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Supervision and enforcement; citation, summons or appearance ticket 287.265 Tags, blanks and license forms. Damage to livestock or poultry by dogs, remedy; complaint, proceedings; liability for damages and costs 287.281 . 26, 2016 287.303 Identification certificate; issuance to owner.
Use of high altitude decompression chamber or electrocution for killing animals, prohibited 287.280 .
Sales by public auction or weight, prohibition; purchases, restrictions; unclaimed dogs and cats, disposal, maximum price 287.390 . Dealers or facilities, responsibility for acts or omissions of agents or employees 287.394 . Use, rules; hunting or possession of firearms prohibited, exception 324.42103 . Violation of part or rule; penalty DOG LAW OF 1919 (Act 339 of 1919) 287.261 Short title; definitions. 451 of the Public Acts of 1994, being sections 324.42701 to 324.42714 of the Michigan Compiled Laws.(c) “Owner” when applied to the proprietorship of a dog means every person having a right of property in the dog, and every person who keeps or harbors the dog or has it in his care, and every person who permits the dog to remain on or about any premises occupied by him.(d) “Kennel” means any establishment wherein or whereon dogs are kept for the purpose of breeding, sale, or sporting purposes.(e) “Law enforcement officer” means any person employed or elected by the people of the state, or by any municipality, county, or township, whose duty it is to preserve peace or to make arrests or to enforce the law, and includes conservation officers and members of the state police.(f) “Hunting” means allowing a dog to range freely within sight or sound of its owner while in the course of hunting legal game or an unprotected animal.
26, 2016 287.307 Mutilating of serial number prohibited; penalty. Violation of act; notice and hearing; penalties; declaratory judgment; injunction; failure to comply with contract for alteration287.339c.
It is gender neutral and includes marital, stranger, date, acquaintance, and child sexual assault. First and third degrees involve forced or coerced penetration.
This can involve vaginal, anal or oral intercourse, or putting a finger or object in another person's genital or anal opening.
The second and fourth degrees involve forced or coerced sexual contact.
This includes touching the groin, genital area, inner thighs, buttocks, breasts or the clothing covering these parts.