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Any person may seize, impound, or restrain any unlicensed dog Next which the person may find running at large. The fact that a Previous dog Next is without a license attached to a collar shall be presumptive evidence that the Previous dog Next is unlicensed. The sheriff and sheriff's deputies or other police officer shall seize, impound or restrain any Previous dog Next for which no license has been issued and for which one is required. Any officer who shall seize, restrain, impound, or kill any Previous dog Next found in any place without a license, as required under sections 347.09 to 347.20, upon delivery of such Previous dog Next or carcass and the proper disposal of the carcass and after making a report to the town or city treasurer of the town or city in which the Previous dog Next was seized or killed, showing that the Previous dog Next did not have a license, shall receive therefor a payment of $2, the same to be made from any funds in the town or city treasury not otherwise appropriated.
It is unlawful for a person to harbor or permit to remain about the person's premises a Previous dog Next for which no license exists and for which one is required. Any person who has seized or impounded a Previous dog Next with or without license under this section shall deliver the Previous dog Next to the humane officer of the town or city, if a humane officer exists; or, if there is not a humane officer, to the town or city peace officer. The officer to whom the Previous dog Next is delivered shall, without delay, notify the owner, personally or through the United States mail, if the owner is known to the officer or can be ascertained with reasonable effort. If, after five regular business days of the impounding agency, the owner does not claim the Previous dog Next , the officer may dispose of the Previous dog Next in a proper and humane manner. For the purpose of this section, "regular business day" means a day during which the establishment having custody of the Previous dog is open to the public at least four consecutive hours between 8:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes