§ 124.015  IDENTIFICATION AND VETERINARIAN CERTIFICATE FOR ANIMAL USED TO PULL LIVERY VEHICLES.
   Requirements for equine-type animals used with livery vehicles shall be as follows.
   (a)   Before any animal is brought into service by the license holder, the license holder shall assign a different number to each animal which the license holder intends to use and shall securely fix the number assigned to each animal and the assigned number will remain on the animal to which it is assigned at all times as a positive means of identification which may be safely read at a distance of not less than three feet by a person with normal eyesight without touching the animal, and the number shall be used to identify each animal in all reports required by this section.
   (b)    Before any animal is brought into service by the license holder, the license holder shall have it examined by a licensed veterinarian, who shall certify in writing that the animal is suited for the use intended by the license holder. The certification shall identify the animal by the number provided for in division (a) above, by name, and by physical description. A veterinarian certificate shall be filed with each license application.
(1992 Code, § 43-15)  (Ord. 36-83, passed 6-6-1983; Ord. 24-14, passed 4-15-2014)
Cross-reference:
   Animals and fowl, see ch. 90