I don't see any comparison here, except for the fact that someone entering into a contract in restraint of trade would be guilty of a felony and the penal charges can be felonies as well.
Section 340 is part of NY State's Anti-Trust Act having to do with laws affecting restraint of trade, caused by, among other things, the creation of monopolies, price fixing, bid rigging,non-competition agreements, boycotts. This is a civil section of the law providing for the most part, treble damages as civil penalties for most violators, though criminal liability is possible for both corporations and individuals under highly egregious facts and circumstances.
The others are from the penal law, need have nothing to do with commerce, would have individual rather than corporate defendants, and there would be no possibility of just a civil fine for any of these offenses.
I'm not sure what you're trying to get at here, since any comparison would be most superficial: They are all illegal. They can all be prosecuted. State prison is possible.