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New Hampshire Riding on Public Roads Statutes

 

REVISED STATUTES OF THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
TITLE XX. TRANSPORTATION
CHAPTER 231. CITIES, TOWNS AND VILLAGE DISTRICT HIGHWAYS
TREES AND ROADSIDE GROWTH

 

231:147 Injury or Defacement of Trees.

It shall be unlawful to cut, destroy, injure, deface, or break any public shade or ornamental tree; or to affix to any such tree a play bill, picture, announcement, notice, advertisement, political or otherwise, or other device or thing, or to paint or mark such tree, except for the purpose of protecting it and under a written permit from the tree warden; or to negligently or carelessly suffer any horse or other beast to break down, injure or destroy a shade or ornamental tree within the limits of any public way or place.

 

TITLE XXI. MOTOR VEHICLES
CHAPTER 265. RULES OF THE ROAD
SPECIAL RULES

 

265:104 Approaching Horses.

Every person having control or charge of a vehicle shall, whenever upon any way and approaching any horse, drive, manage, and control such vehicle in such a manner as to exercise every reasonable precaution to prevent the frightening of such horse, and to insure the safety and protection of any person riding or driving the same.

 

TITLE XL. AGRICULTURE, HORTICULTURE AND ANIMAL HUSBANDRY
SALE OF DISEASED ANIMALS

 

436:74 Penalty.

 I. Any person who, knowing or having reason to believe that any horse is infected with glanders, or that any swine is infected with hog cholera, or that any domestic animal is infected with anthrax or black leg, hemorrhagic septicemia, contagious infectious abortion, or any other contagious or infectious disease, shall sell, offer for sale, trade or barter, or expose or allow it to be exposed upon any public highway or in any public place, without the written permission of the commissioner or his agent, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.

II. In addition, any person who violates any of the provisions of this subdivision or rules adopted under it may be subject to an administrative fine levied by the commissioner, not to exceed $1,000 for each violation.



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