The Horse Book: A Practical Treatise on the American Horse Breeding Industry as Allied to the Farm

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Sanders Publishing Company, 1908 - Horse breeding - 299 pages
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Page 285 - Such notice of lien shall be in writing, specifying the person against whom the claim is made, the amount of the same and a description of the property upon which the lien is claimed, and such lien shall terminate at the end of...
Page 290 - ... stallion is, to the best of his knowledge, free from hereditary, contagious or transmissible unsoundness or disease, or, in lieu thereof, may file a certificate of soundness signed by a duly qualified veterinarian, who shall...
Page 295 - Act, who knowingly certifies to any materially false statement therein, shall be fined not more than fifty dollars, nor less than ten dollars.
Page 297 - ... in accordance with the wording of the certificate of enrollment; and it shall be illegal to print upon the poster any misleading reference to the breeding of the stallion or jack, his sire or his dam, or to use upon such bill or...
Page 299 - Ind., secretary. American Breeders' Association of Jacks and Jennets. — JW Jones. Columbia, Tenn., secretary. American Cleveland Bay Breeders' Association.— RP Stericker, Attica, NY.
Page 278 - The master of a vessel who shall refuse or neglect to comply with the provisions of this section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and be punished by a fine of not less than one hundred dollars nor more than five hundred dollars.
Page 273 - That the sum for which the attachment is asked is an actual bona fide existing debt, due and owing from the defendant to the plaintiff, and that the attachment is not sought, and the action is not prosecuted to hinder, delay, or defraud any creditor or creditors of the defendant.
Page 297 - Every owner of a stallion or jackass kept and used for breeding purposes shall have a lien upon any colt gotten by such stallion or jackass for the sum stipulated to be paid for the service thereof, and may seize and take. possession of said colt without process at any time before it Is one year old, in case the price agreed upon for such service remains unpaid, and sell the same at public auction upon ten days...
Page 287 - ... so far as relates to the filing of the statement aforesaid have been complied with.
Page 293 - ... and shall forward this affidavit, or veterinarian's certificate, together with the stud book certificate of registry of the pedigree of the said stallion and other necessary papers relating to his breeding and ownership to the department of horse breeding of the college of agriculture.

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