SEC. 5-98.  RIGHT OF ENTRY OF POUNDMASTER.
   The poundmaster or any peace officer may enter upon private property, except dwellings located thereon, as follows:
   (A)   During daylight:
      (1)   When in pursuit of any animal which the poundmaster has reasonable cause to believe is subject to impoundment;
      (2)   To impound or place in isolation any animal thereon which the poundmaster has any cause whatsoever to believe or suspect has rabies or is a biting animal; and
      (3)   To inspect or examine animals isolated thereon.
   (B)   At night:
      (1)   When in pursuit of any animal which the poundmaster has reasonable cause to believe is subject to impoundment; and
      (2)   To impound or place in isolation any animal thereof which the poundmaster has any cause whatsoever to believe or suspect has rabies or is a biting animal.
(`64 Code, Sec. 5-53)  (Ord. No. 735, 762, 2388)