||COMPILED LAWS OF UTAH. 181 CHAPTER V. OF CEETAIN ANIMALS RUNNING AT LAEGE. Section. 416. Penalty for stallions, rams, jacks or ridgils running at large. 417. How this act avoived. 418. County court to provide brands for poundkeepers. Brand evidence of sale. Section. 419. Diseased sheep or cattle to be removed by owners. 420. Animals not to be mingled in driving. Penalty. An Act pertaining to certain animals running at large, and requiring poundkeepers to brand animals sold by them, and for other purposes. [Approved February 20,1874.] (416.) Sec. 1. Beit enacted by the Governor and Legis~ lative Assembly of the Territory of Utah: That after the & first day of March, A. D. 1874, the owner of any stud horse, ningat large< jack or ridgil, over eighteen months old, or any ram over three months old, who shall permit the same to ran at large within the limits of, or on the summer range of any city, town or settlement in this Territory, shall be liable to pay a fine of not less than one dollar nor more than twenty-five Penalty-dollars for each offense, which fine may be recovered in any court having jurisdiction, and shall be paid into the county treasury for the benefit of common schools. (417.) Sec. 2. If two-thirds of the voters of any coun- J ty or isolated part of a county shall desire, and the county ed-court so decide, then the provisions of the preceding section shall be inoperative in such county, or part of a county, during such time as said court may determine. (418.) Sec. 3. It is hereby made the duty of each coun- county court ^. . . i .jit i-i to provide court m this Territory, to provide a suitable recorded brands for J * r , . i poundkeepe brand for each district poundkeeper m the county, which shall be placed legibly on all animals sold by virtue of this act, or an act entitled " An act establishing district and precinct pounds and prescribing regulations for conducting the same, and for disposing of estray animals," on such part of the animal as may be designated by the recorder's certificate, and such brand when so placed, shall poundkeepers.