Index of Legislation Volume 2

Index of Legislation Volume 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1899 edition. Excerpt: ...for prevention of cruelty; none of which to be expended for salaries. Minn. 182, 21 Ap Cruelty to animals. (Jock-fighting, dog-fighting, bear-baiting prohibited; also confining animals wlthout food or water or abandoning diseased animals. W. Va. 32, 20 F Throwing of balls at animals as a feat of skill prohibited; report to secretary of state. Ct. 225, 9.Ie Persons taking possession may recover charges from owner by an action of tort formerly of debt; before killing disabled animal, onicer shall have three citizens examine and decide. Any society may make arrests. N. H. 22, 23 F Keepers of jails, etc. must receive persons arrested for violation of law. Pa. 150, 22 Je Dissection of animals. Confined in schools to purposes of illustration of study. Vivisection prohibited. Wash. 16, 17 F Disorderly conduct Penalty for debauching boys under 15. Mich. 95, 28 Ap House of ill-fame. Amending. Keeping, a misdemeanor; imprisonment one year at discretion of court; leasing property knowingly for such purpose a misdemeanor; justices of peace to have no jurisdiction in cities of 25,000. W. Va. 35, 26 F Prohibiting location on principal road leading to a mining camp; liquor licenses not granted to hotels so located where prostituLion-is permitted; penalties. Ari. G1, 18 Mr Penalties for taking, employing, harboring or procuring girls between 10 and 18 for prostitution. Ala. 404, 15 F Penalty for harboring females.under 18. M0. p. 101), 23 Mr Municipalities may regulate or suppress prostitution. Ida. p. 18, 6 Mr Bastardy. Evidence of prevlou good character may be offered in rebuttal by accused. Ct. 16, 3 Mr 145 Fees for receiving complaints and issuing warrants abolished; warrants may be served by any oflicer authorized to serve processes.; Mass. 237, 3...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236826728
  • 9781236826725