Revised Laws of Minnesota, 1905; As Reported by the Commission Appointed Under Chapter 241, Laws of 1901, to Revise and Codify the General Laws, Acting in Pursuance of Said Chapter as Modified by Chapter 157, Laws of 1903

Revised Laws of Minnesota, 1905; As Reported by the Commission Appointed Under Chapter 241, Laws of 1901, to Revise and Codify the General Laws, Acting in Pursuance of Said Chapter as Modified by Chapter 157, Laws of 1903

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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. 1905 edition. Excerpt: ...or a side and an end, then every outside sleeping apartment. shall be equipped with a three-eighth inch hempen rope. plainly visible and securely attached therein. of length and strength sufiicient to reach 10. Penalties.--Every person owning, keeping, maintaining, or managing any building of the character mentioned in the preceding section which is not constructed, equipped, and maintained in accordance therewith shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, the minimum punishment whereof shall be a fine of $25, or imprisonment for thirty days. He shall have no lien in any form upon property belonging to or in the possession of any lodger or boarder therein, and shall not be entitled to maintain any action for board, lodging, or accommodations. ('03, c. 301, ss. 4, 5, 6.) 1. Weeds declared noxious--Prohibitions.--Each of the plants mentioned in this section is hereby declared to be a noxious weed and a common nuisance. No person owning, occupying, or controlling land shall permit: 1. Any wild mustard, wild oats, cockleburr, burdock, or tumble mustard to go to seed thereon. 2. Any Canada thistle, oxeye daisy, or quack grass to go to seed thereon, or, for more than two successive years, to reproduce itself thereon by crowns, underground stems, or buds. 3. Any French weed to produce seeds thereon for more than four successive years. " 4. Any Russian thistle to grow or remain thereon at all. ss. 1, 2.), 2. Noxious and other weeds in highways.--For all purposes of this chapter, the half of any road or street lying next to the lands abutting thereon shall be considered a part of such land. No person owning, occupying, or controlling land shall permit any noxious weed, or any white daisy, snapdragon, or toad flax, sow..."show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236877292
  • 9781236877291