Full Statute Name:  Massachusetts General Laws Annotated. Part I. Administration of the Government (Ch. 1-182). Title XIV. Public Ways and Works (Ch. 81-92b). Chapter 89. Law of the Road (Refs & Annos). § 3. Sleigh or sled; bells

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Primary Citation:  M.G.L.A. 89 § 3 Country of Origin:  United States Last Checked:  December, 2018
Summary: This Massachusetts law states that no person shall travel on a way with a sleigh or sled drawn by a horse, unless there are at least three bells attached to some part of the harness.

No person shall travel on a way with a sleigh or sled drawn by a horse, unless there are at least three bells attached to some part of the harness.

HISTORICAL AND STATUTORY NOTES

St.1820, c. 65, § 2.

R.S.1836, c. 51, § 2.

G.S.1860, c. 77, § 3.

P.S.1882, c. 93, § 3.

R.L.1902, c. 54, § 3.

St.1917, c. 344, pt. 7, § 3; pt. 8, § 1.

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