Full Statute Name:  West's Idaho Code Annotated. Title 50. Municipal Corporations. Chapter 3. Powers. § 50-319. Animals at large--Regulation

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Primary Citation:  I.C. § 50-319 Country of Origin:  United States Last Checked:  October, 2023 Alternate Citation:  ID ST § 50-319 Date Adopted:  1967 Historical: 
Summary: This Idaho law gives the authority to the mayor and city council to do things like regulate the running at large of domesticated animals, to impound animals running at large, and to manage pounds for such animals.

The mayor and council of each city shall have authority: to regulate the running at large of domesticated animals; to cause such as may be running at large to be impounded and sold to discharge the penalties and costs of impounding, keeping and sale; to impose a license tax upon the owners and harborers and enforce the same by appropriate penalties; to authorize the destruction or sale of any domesticated animal, the owner or harborer of which shall neglect or refuse to pay such license tax; to provide for the erection of all needful pens and pounds within or without the city limits; and to appoint and compensate keepers thereof, and to establish and enforce rules governing the same.

S.L. 1967, ch. 429, § 55.

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