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Minnesota Statutes Annotated. Police Regulations (Ch. 340-348). Chapter 347. Dogs and Cats. Dogs.

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Citation: MN ST 347.21

Citation: M. S. A. 347.21


Last Checked by Web Center Staff: 01/2013

Summary:   This Minnesota statute provides that state dog control laws are supplemental to local provisions enacted by ordinance and shall not be construed as to modify, repeal, or prevent municipalities from prohibiting, licensing, or regulating the running at large of dogs.


Statute in Full:

Sections 347.08 to 347.21 are supplemental to all other laws relating to dogs not expressly referred to therein, and to all laws relating to taxation of dogs as personal property, and shall not be construed as to modify, repeal, or in anywise affect any part or provision of any such laws not expressly repealed therein or to prevent municipalities from prohibiting, licensing, or regulating the running at large of dogs within their respective limits by law or ordinance now or hereafter provided.

HISTORICAL AND STATUTORY NOTES

2004 Main Volume

Derivation:

St.Supp.1940, § 7297-56.
Laws 1939, c. 410, § 16.


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