Full Statute Name:  West's Annotated California Codes. Penal Code. Part 1. Of Crimes and Punishments. Title 14. Malicious Mischief. § 597q. Docked horses; unregistered; prima facie evidence

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Primary Citation:  CA PENAL § 597q Country of Origin:  United States Last Checked:  October, 2014 Alternate Citation:  West's Ann. Cal. Penal Code § 597q Date Adopted:  1907
Summary:

This statute provides that driving, working, keeping, racing or using any unregistered docked horse 60 days after the passage of this act is prima facie evidence of the fact that the party engaged in such activity docked the tail of such horse.

Statute Text: 

The driving, working, keeping, racing or using of any unregistered docked horse, or horses, after 60 days after the passage of this act, shall be deemed prima facie evidence of the fact that the party driving, working, keeping, racing or using such unregistered docked horse, or horses, docked the tail of such horse or horses.

CREDIT(S)
(Formerly § 597c, added by Stats.1907, c. 220, p. 270, § 3. Renumbered § 597q and amended by Stats.1963, c. 372, p. 1162, § 12.)

 

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