1912-08-01; Saline Observer
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I : ■r::1- •*■ k. J. WARREN, Editor. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1912. VOL. XXXII.--NO 44 Resources May 26, 1908 (opening day) $ 20,354.17 May 26, 1909 - -.— 135,371.28 May 26, 1910 - 200,095.84 May 2fe, 1911 216,389.25 " May 5,1912 77,491.80 MAKE OUR BANK YOUR BANK E. M. F! "30" FLANDERS "20" Automobile Accessories and all Garage Work. The Saline Garage *T Diamond Dyes OP ■ B ■ B Jeweler and Optician Relative to The Licensing of Dogs and Regulating The Running At Large And The Slaying of Dogs. . We will sell at 1-3 off regular price, all Wall Paper in stock. Also big red tactions on all Rugs. Must be sold at once. Dietiker's Furnity re Store The Village of Saline ordains— Sec. I.—It shall be unlawful for any person to own, possess or harbor, or have the care or keeping of any dog, male or female, over the age of three months, within the Village of Saline, without first obtaining a license therefor from the said Village of Saline. The fee for which license shall he: for a male dog and a spayed female dog, one dollar; for a female dog, two dollars. No license shall be granted for a period exceeding one year; and all licenses shall expire on the fifth day of August succeeding'their issue. Sec. Il.-It shall be the duty of every person owning or having the possession or care of any dog, male or female, to cause such dog to be registered in the office of the Village Clerk, in a register kept by the clerk for that purpose, and to pay the license fee provided in section one of -this ordinance into the village treasury ancl aiso to obtain the village clerk's receipt for said license so paid and the metallic check or plate hereinafter described, under the penalties herein provided. Sex:. III.—It shall * be the duty of the Clerk of said Village to provide such number of metallic cheeks or plates as may be necessary, of such size and shape as he may deem expedient (the shape of such check or such check or plate to be changed each year) having stamped thereon numbers indicating the year for which the taxes is paid, the number of the license and the letters S. D. T. and to deliver one of these metallic checks or plates to each person so paying for a license upon an}' such dog. Sec. IV,—It shall be the duty of such owner, possessor, keeper or harborer of any such registered dog to place or cause to be placed around the neck of any such dog a substantial collar, and on such collar securely to attach or cause to be attached the metallic check or plate so furnished by the Clerk-of said Village and if any person shall place or cause to be placed upon the collar or around the neck of any such dog any counterfeit of the metallic check or plate without the license for the keeping of such dog having first been paid he or she will be liable to the penalties herein provided. Sec. V.—It shall be the duty of the Marshall of said Village to take up and impound any dog, male or female, found running at large contrary to the provisions of this ordinance in the Village of Saline not having a collar around its neck with the metallic check or plate aforesaid attached thereto and if said dog shall not be redeemed as hereinafter provided within twenty-four hours after such dog shall have been impounded it shall be the duty of the marshall to slay or cause to beslain the same; or if the animal is worthy and valuable the same shall be sold by the marshall at the pound by public auction to the highest bidder at the hour of noon next succeeding the said twenty- four hours all money over and above the marshall's fees arising from such sales shall be paid to the village treasurer by the said marshall within ten days from said sales. But it is hereby provided that any such dog so impounded may be redeemed or taken from said pound, upon exhibition to said marshall a receipt of the village clerk showing that the license in ordinance imposed has been paid for such dog and upon the payment to said marshall of a pound fee of twenty-five cents and the further sum of twenty-five cents per day for each day such dbg shall have been impounded. Sec. VI.—It shall be lawful for any person to seize, take up and deliver to the marshall any dog, male or female, found running at large in said village in violation of any of the provisions of this ordinance. Sec. VIL—The Village Marshall of said village is hereby authorized to collect the fees provided for in Section V of this ordinance for all dogs impounded and he shall retain such fees as compensation for his services as pound keeper under this ordinance. Provided, that when any dog which shall have been delivered to said marshal! hy some person, shall have been redeemed in * accordance with the provisions of Section V of this ordinance one-half of such r«- demption fee shall by said- marshall be paid to the person who delivered said dog to the marshall as provided in Section VI. a Sec. VIII.—It shall not be lawful for' any owner, possessor, keeper or harborer or person having in charge or care a fierce or dangerous dog, to permit or allow the same to go at large at any time in said village to the danger or annoyance of any of its inhabitants. Whenever any person shall have been convicted of violating the provisions of this section of this ordinance and shall permit or allow such dog to run at large after such conviction it shall be the duty of the marshall of said village to kill such dog. Sec. IX.—It shall be unlawful for the owner, possessor or harborer of any licensed female dog to knowingly to permit her to tun at large while in heat and it shall be the duty of the marshall of said village to take up and impound any such dog found running at large in said village at such time. It shall be the duty of the marshall to serve upon^the owner or keeper of such dog a notice in writing of the impounding of such dog at once and any such dog so impounded may be redeemed or taken from such pound by the owner or keeper "hi such dog within twenty-four hours after service upon such owner or keeper of said written notice upon the payment to the marshall of the fees as provided in Section V. In case the owner or keeper of such dog so impounded shall not have redeemed said dog as herein provided it shall be the duty of the marshall to slay or dispose of said dog as provided in Section V. Sec. X.—It shall be unlawful for any person to own, keep or harbor any dog which by loud and frequent barking, howling or yelping shall cause serious annoyance or disturbance to an}' of the citizens of said village. Sec. XI.—Whenever any danger shall be justly feared as likely to result from hydrophobia the president of the council shall publish his proclamation requiring all persons own- ing%pr having charge or keeping of any dog or dogs to confine them on their premises for a prescribed time and any person who shall omit to secure any dog owned or harbored or kept by him or shall allow such dog to escape or go from his premises shall be liable on conviction before the proper tribunal to the punishment provided in Section XIII of this ordinance. During the time prescribed by the president's proclamation any dog found running at large upon the public streets of said village shall be forthwith slain. Sec. XII.—Whenever any persbn shall have been convicted of owning, possessing, Keeping or harboring .any dog that has bitten any person within said village while peacefully walking or riding without the enclosure of such owner, keeper or harborer the Justice of the Peace before whom such person shall have been convicted shall issue an order in writing directing such owner, keeper or harborer of said dog to kill the same within six hours after service on him of such order. The owner, possessor or keeper of any (■ such dog who shall refuse or neglect to kill it within six hours after having received such order shall on conviction before the proper tribunal be liable to the punishment provided in Section XIII of said ordinance and it shall be the duty of the marshall to destroy or cause to be slain such dog wherever he shall be found at large in said village six hours-after service of said order. Sec. XIII.—Any person violating any of the provisions of this ordinance shall upon conviction thereof be punished hy* a fine not exceeding fifty dollars and costs of prosecution, and in the imposition of any such fine and costs the court may impose a further sentence that the offender be and remain imprisoned in the common jail of Washtenaw County until such fine and costs have been paid. Provided, that such imprisonment shall not exceed thirty days. Sec. XTV.—This ordinance shall take effect and be in force on and after the fifth day of August, A. D. 1912. The above ordinance was passed by the village council at third reading, July 15,1912. FRaNK ROSE, President A. J. Warren, Clerk $1.00 per pair for any Ladies' Oxford We want to close them out 33.aa?^a,±:n_s SURKHART BROS Big-5 Kitchen Set consisting of 1-12 quart Water Pail 1-14 quart (Roll Top) Dish Pan 1 — 4 quart Preserve Kettle 1—4 quart Covered Berlin Kettle 1 — 14 quart Preserve Kettle French Gray Enamel Ware, first quality The five Pieces only $1,40 We have only a few sets and will not last long at this price Henne's Hardware Closing Out nil CC get immediate relief from riLLJ Dr. Shoop's Magic Ointment, We are Closing, out our FENCE at prices that you cannot afford to miss. Better see us at once before it is all gone. Ocean Brand Hay Fork Rope Costs no more than other brands and- will wear you twice as long A Few Things You May Want Hay Forks, Slings and Pulleys, Garden Hpse and Sprinklers, Gasoline and Oil Stoves and ovens to go with them ' Kefrigerators and self-sealing Fruit jars We are prepared to do all harness repair work We also carry a full line of Fly nets and dusters atprices that are very low. SEE3ER & PHONE 87. SGHREON Cooling Breezes An Electric Fan in the home or the office brings them during the sultry weather. It is medicine in the sice room.
|Title||1912-08-01; Saline Observer|
|Publisher||LeBaron & Nissly|
|Description||An issue of the Saline, Michigan newspaper. Published weekly. Began publication in 1880. No longer published.|
|Subject/Keywords||Saline (Mich.) - Newspapers; Washtenaw County (Mich.) - Newspapers;|
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