Statute in Full:
It shall be unlawful for any person:
1. To remove or cause to be removed the collar, identification tag or any other identification by which the owner may be ascertained from any dog, cat or any other domestic animal as defined in subdivision seven of section one hundred eight of this chapter, or to entice any identified dog, cat or other such domestic animal into or out of any house or enclosure for the purpose of removing its collar, tag or any other identification, except with the owner's permission;
2. To entice, seize or molest any dog, while it is being held or led by any person or while it is properly muzzled or wearing a collar with an identification tag attached, except where such action is incidental to the enforcement of some law or regulation;
3. To transport any dog, not lawfully in his possession, for the purpose of killing or selling such dog.
Any person violating any of the provisions of this section, upon conviction thereof, shall be punished by a fine not exceeding two hundred dollars, or by imprisonment not to exceed six months, or by both.
(Added L.1965, c. 1047, § 3; amended L.1967, c. 37; L.1970, c. 176; L.1978, c. 220, § 5; L.1984, c. 878, § 1.)