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(A) Generally. Any provision of this chapter for which no penalty is set out shall be subject to § 10.99
(B) Violations of §§ 91.25 et seq. It shall be unlawful and constitute a misdemeanor for any person to violate or to permit the violation of the provisions of §§ 91.25 to 91.31, and every person convicted of a violation of any of the provisions of §§ 91.25 to 91.31 shall be punished by a fine of not less than $5, nor more than $100, or by imprisonment in jail for not less than one or more than 30 days, or by both such fine and imprisonment.
(C) Violations of §§ 91.45 et seq.
(1) Any person who shall make a false statement in order to secure a dog license that he or she is not entitled, shall be fined not less than $10 nor more than $50. Any person convicted of failure to pay the license tax prior to February 1 of any year, or as otherwise provided in this §§ 91.45 to 91.60, or any dog owned by him or her, shall be fined not less than the amount of the license tax required by law to be paid on such dog, nor more than $25, and shall be required to obtain proper license forthwith, and unless the fine and license tax is immediately paid, the County Court shall order the dog killed by the Dog Warden or some other officer, but the killing of such dog shall not relieve its owner of the payment of the fine and license tax already due. If a dog is found running and roaming at large at the time of the year in violation of §§ 91.54 and 91.55, above, its owner shall pay a fine of not less than $10, for the first offense, and $25 for each offence thereafter, and, if it is a kennel dog, the license may be revoked if the law appears to the trial court to have been violated by reason of carelessness or negligence on the part of the owner, who shall thereupon be required to secure individual license on each dog. Any other violations of §§ 91.45 to 91.60 for which specific penalty is not provided, shall be punishable by a fine of not more than $300 and imprisonment of not more than 30 days in the county jail, and shall be enforced by proceedings before a Judge of the County Court in like manner and with like right of appeal as if such violations were misdemeanors.
(Ord. passed 2-27-1950; Ord. passed 5-10-1962)