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New York Revised Statute 1881: Chapter 682: Section 26

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Citation: N.Y. Rev. Stat. ch. 682, 26 (1881)

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Section 26 of Chapter 682 from New York Revised Statutes 1881 concerns the treatment of animals by the owner or any other person.  A person found harming such an animal would be guilty of a misdemeanor.

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SECTION 26.  Every person who shall, by his act or neglect, maliciously kill, maim, wound, injure, torture or cruelly beat any horse, mule, ox, cattle, sheep, or any other animal belonging to himself or another, shall, upon conviction, be adjudged guilty of a misdemeanor.

[1] [Thus amended by L. 1866, ch. 682.]

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