An act to prevent stealing of horses and neat cattle

and for the more effectual discovery and punishment of such persons as shall unlawfully brand, mark, or kill the same. by Georgia.

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SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 41361.
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Pagination4 p.
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Open LibraryOL14565635M

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An act to prevent stealing of horses and neat cattle: and for the more effectual discovery and punishment of such persons as shall unlawfully brand, mark, or kill the same.

Author: Georgia. Cattle Stealing Prevention Act Current as at 23 December —revised version Page 3 Authorised by the Parliamentary Counsel Cattle Stealing Prevention Act An Act for the better prevention of cattle stealing and the sale of stolen cattle 2 Construction of terms In this Act— cattle includes horses, mares, fillies, foals, geldings.

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An Act to prevent stealing of Cattle and Hogs, and altering and defacing Marks and Brands, and mismarking and misbranding Horses, Cattle and Hogs, unmarked and unbranded.

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In this law was rewritten to include "neat cattle," an indication of the growth of the cattle industry on the plains.[32] An amendment in shoved horses to second place and introduced a new clause in first place providing for "the stealing of any automobile, not less than five years and not more than fifteen years,"[33] indicating that.

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