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29-409. Cruelty to domestic animals; damages. If any person or corporation shall hurt, wound, kill, lame or destroy, or cause to be hurt, wounded, killed, lamed or destroyed, by running over or against, shooting, worrying with dogs, or otherwise, any of the animals mentioned in this act, when such animals are upon premises which are not enclosed with a sufficient fence as prescribed in this act, or when any such animals are upon the unenclosed premises of any such person or corporation, such person or corporation so offending shall satisfy and pay the owner of any such animal or animals full damages therefor, with costs.

History: G.S. 1868, ch. 40, ยง 34; October 31; R.S. 1923, 29-409.

Cross References to Related Sections:

Cruelty to animals, see 21-6412.

CASE ANNOTATIONS

1. The injury must be the consequence of a voluntary act. Maltby v. Dihel, 5 K. 430, 432.

2. Colt killed by mule known to be vicious; owner liable. Hill v. Applegate, 40 K. 31, 19 P. 315.


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