Pennsylvanias Wise Law., Daily Racing Form, 1907-05-19


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PENNSYLVANIAS WISE LAW. One of the new laws In Pennsylvania is calculated to improve all breeds of horses and the adoption of similar measures in all states now ;: without such precautionary statutes would be Wtae. The Pennsylvania law provides that stallions at tllcted with hereditary, contagious sc uansuiissiblc unsoundness or disease may be rcfaoad license 9] the ntate live stock sanitary board, and when license h ao refused the snM stallion shall not be used for public service for profit or gala in the state. License .an only be refused under this section on a certification of the allatants by the slate veterinarian. Blemishes or deformities due to accidents do not count. This bill further pro ▼idea for a license and fee- aud the posting of the license by the. owner in a public place. The lew also UTOrldoa that inspection by the state board ■aj M made upon verlmJ or written request, it provides a heavy tine 1st violation of the statute. The act was introduced at the request of breeders ol the state.

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