Misrepresentation of pedigree
- • mutilation of certificate or proof of pedigree
- • violation
(1) No person shall:
(a) By any false representation and with intent to defraud, obtain from any corporation, club, association, society or company organized in whole or in part for the purpose of improving breeds of cattle, horses, sheep, swine or other domestic animals, a false certificate of registration of any such animal in their herd register or other register, or obtain the transfer of any such certificate.
(b) Knowingly and with intent to defraud, give a false pedigree of any such animal.
(c) During the existence of any mortgage on or lien or charge against any such animal, spoliate, mutilate or destroy the registration certificates or proofs of pedigree, or so encumber the same that the animal covered thereby cannot, in connection with the records, rules and regulations of the corporation, club, association, society or company under which the animal is registered, be directly designated thereby.
(2) Violation of this section is a Class B misdemeanor. [Formerly 605.040]
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