Full Statute Name:  Louisiana Revised Statutes. Title 3. Agriculture and Forestry. Chapter 18. Animals Running at Large. Part VI. Stock at Large on Public Highways. Subpart B. Horses, Mules, Donkeys or Asses. § 2851. Livestock not to go on paved, black-topped and asphalt treated highways

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Primary Citation:  LSA-R.S. 3:2851 Country of Origin:  United States Last Checked:  July, 2017 Date Adopted:  1950
Summary: Under this Louisiana law, it is unlawful for lawful for horses, mules, donkeys, or asses to go on the paved, black-topped and asphalt treated highways of the state.
Statute Text: 

It shall not be lawful for horses, mules, donkeys, or asses to go on the paved, black-topped and asphalt treated highways of the state system and the rights of way therefor.

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Added by Acts 1950, 2nd Ex.Sess., No. 12, § 1.

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