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ANIMALS RUNNING AT LARGE Act 248 of 1879 AN ACT to prevent animals from running at large in certain cities and villages within this state.
History: 1879, Act 248, Eff. Aug. 30, 1879 © 2009 Legislative Council, State of Michigan The People of the State of Michigan enact:
Section 433.51 Section Animals running at large in certain cities and villages; seizure by officers.
Section 433.52 Section Pounds; pound masters, appointments, duties; right to seize and impound animals.
Section 433.53 Section Keeping animal after seizure; complaint against owner; summons; show cause hearing; sale of animal; costs and damages; disposition of surplus.
Section 433.54 Section Demand and claim by owner of seized or impounded animal; payment of fees, expenses, and compensation.
Section 433.55 Section Person wilfully causing animal to run at large; liability to owner.
Section 433.56 Section Appeals.
Section 433.57 Section Animals impounded; feeding; record, contents, inspection.
Section 433.58 Section Replevin.
Section 433.61 Section Provisions governing.
Section 433.62 Section City attorney; duty.
Section 433.63 Section Authority under MCL 433.14a not limited; swine running as public nuisance.