Federal and State Laws
Michigan Compiled Laws Act 85 Of 1915 Fur-bearing Animals In Captivity For Breeding (317.61 - 317.64)
AN ACT to provide for the protection from disturbance of fur-bearing animals kept in captivity for breeding purposes and prescribing penalties for violations.
1915, Act 85, Eff. Aug. 24, 1915
Section 317.61 Private Breeding Grounds Of Fur-bearing Animals; Approach Or Entry.
Any person or persons who, without the consent of the owner or caretaker of a ranch or enclosure where fur-bearing animals are kept in...
Section 317.62 Breeding Grounds; Forcible Entry.
Any person or persons who at any time hereafter, in any part of the state of Michigan, without the consent of the owner or...
Section 317.63 Dogs; Permissible Killing.
Any owner or caretaker may kill any dog found wandering within 40 feet of any enclosure in which fur-bearing animals are kept, and there...
Section 317.64 Violation Of Act; Penalty.
Any person or persons violating any of the provisions of this act shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and, upon conviction thereof, shall...
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