§ 6-213.  Animals. 28
   (1)   The Board may by regulation prescribe such restraints or controls on animals as it shall find necessary to prevent the spread of any disease transmissible from animals to human beings. Such regulations may include and require, but shall not be limited to:
      (a)   The examination and quarantine or isolation of any animal having, exposed to, or reasonably suspected of having such disease;
      (b)   The protection of any animal against such disease;
      (c)   The seizure of any animal found unrestrained or uncontrolled in violation of such regulations;
      (d)   The humane disposal of animals having, or reasonably suspected of having, such disease where necessary for the protection of the public health;
      (e)   The transportation, distribution, delivery and disposal of the bodies of animals which have died or which are reasonably suspected of having died from such disease;
      (f)   Restrictions on the importation of animals having, exposed to, or reasonably suspected of having such disease;
      (g)   The extermination of arthropods and rodents or other disease carriers and the elimination of their breeding sources or places of harborage, including the storage or disposal of manure.

 

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   Amended, 1961 Ordinances, p. 945 (previous Section 6-213 deleted and previous Section 6-214 redesignated as Section 6-213).