Full Statute Name:  South Dakota Codified Laws. Title 40. Animals and Livestock. Chapter 40-34. Dog Licenses and Regulation. 40-34-5. Running at large prohibited by county--County license or tax on dogs

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Primary Citation:  S D C L § 40-34-5 Country of Origin:  United States Last Checked:  October, 2014 Alternate Citation:  SD ST § 40-34-5 Date Adopted:  1964
Summary:

This South Dakota statute provides that the board of county commissioners of each of the counties shall have the power to regulate, restrain or prohibit the running at large of dogs and to impose a license or tax on all dogs not licensed or taxed under municipal ordinance, owned or kept by any person within the county.

Statute Text: 

The board of county commissioners of each of the counties of the State of South Dakota shall have the power to regulate, restrain or prohibit the running at large of dogs and to impose a license or tax on all dogs not licensed or taxed under municipal ordinance, owned or kept by any person within the county.

Source: SL 1964, ch 30, § 1.

 

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