New York Executive Law Section 166 - Record of appearances.

166. Record of appearances. Every regulatory agency of the state shall keep a record of appearances before it or its appropriate divisions or bureaus of attorneys, agents and representatives appearing on behalf of any person, firm, corporation or association subject to its regulatory jurisdiction, for which they receive a fee, which record shall be open to public inspection. Each regulatory agency shall file the record with the New York temporary state commission on lobbying on forms prescribed by the commission. The record shall be filed quarterly on the fifteenth day of the month following the end of the quarter. The term "regulatory agency" as used in this section shall mean the department of financial services, department of financial services, state liquor authority, department of agriculture and markets, department of education, department of environmental conservation, department of health, division of housing and community renewal, department of state, other than the division of corporations and state records, department of public service, the industrial board of appeals in the department of labor and the department of law, other than when the attorney general or his agents or employees are performing duties specified in section sixty-three of this chapter.

Last modified: February 3, 2019