2006 New York Code - Identification Tag And Certificate Of License.



 
    §  17-328 Identification tag and certificate of license. a. Each horse
  licensed pursuant to the provisions of this subchapter shall be assigned
  an official identification number by the department. Such identification
  number shall be branded on the hoof of the  horse  in  a  manner  to  be
  prescribed  by  the  commissioner and shall also be inscribed on a metal
  tag which shall be attached to the bridle of the horse in a  conspicuous
  place to be specified by the commissioner at all times when the horse is
  at  work.  Such tag shall be issued to the owner with the certificate of
  license. The tag and certificate of license shall be of  such  form  and
  design  and  shall  contain  such  information as the commissioner shall
  prescribe. Duplicate tags and certificates of license  shall  be  issued
  only  upon proof of loss of the original and the payment of a fee of two
  dollars.
    b. The certificate of license shall at all times remain at the  stable
  where  the  horse  is  kept and shall be available for inspection by any
  police  officer,  agent  of  the  department  and  the  ASPCA,   or   to
  veterinarians  employed  or  retained  by the department or the ASPCA or
  employees  of  the  department  of  consumer  affairs  or  any   persons
  designated by the commissioner to enforce this subchapter.

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