New York State Law:
§ 234. Indian collection. There shall be made, as the Indian section
of the state museum, as complete a collection as practicable of the
historical, ethnographic and other records and relics of the Indians of
the state of New York, including implements or other articles pertaining
to their domestic life, agriculture, the chase, war, religion, burial
and other rites or customs.
Or in case I need to commoditize you — and drink you: