3-1702. Stock crossings required in fences enclosing rights of way; violation; classification
A. A railroad fencing its right of way shall leave an opening at least once every three miles in an accessible place for stock to pass through. The opening shall be at least sixty feet wide, with cattleguards at each end, and fences shall be run to the guards. Cattleguards and wing fences shall be placed on either side of the openings, sufficient to prevent cattle entering upon the right of way enclosed. Places where the railroad runs over trestles or bridges sufficiently high for cattle to go under shall be left unfenced.
B. A railroad violating any provision of this section is guilty of a class 2 misdemeanor.Section: Previous 3-1453 3-1454 3-1455 3-1456 3-1457 3-1481 3-1701 3-1702 3-1703 3-1704 3-1721 3-1741 3-1742 3-1771 3-1772 Next
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