New York Consolidated Laws, Public Health Law - PBH § 1101. Inspection




1. The person, officer, board or commission having the management and control of the potable water supply of any municipality, state or United States institution, park, reservation or post, and in the city of New York, the commissioner of environmental protection, and the board of water supply of the city of New York, or the corporation furnishing such supply, may make such inspection of the sources of such water supply as such person, officer, board, corporation or commission deems advisable and to ascertain whether the rules or regulations of the department, and of the commissioner of environmental protection of the city of New York, and of the board of water supply of the city of New York, are complied with, and shall make such regular or special inspections as the commissioner, or the commissioner of environmental protection of the city of New York, or the board of water supply of the city of New York, may prescribe.

2. The authorities in charge of the water supply or their duly authorized representatives may without fee or hindrance, enter, examine and survey all grounds, structures, buildings and places on the watershed tributary to the sources of such water supply in order to ascertain whether such rules or regulations are complied with.





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