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West's Revised Code of Washington Annotated. Title 16. Animals and Livestock. Chapter 16.10. Dogs--Licensing--Dog Control Zones. 16.10.040. Dog control zones--Regulations--License fees, collection, disposition

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Citation: West's RCWA 16.10.040

Citation: WA ST 16.10.040


Last Checked by Web Center Staff: 10/2013

Summary:   This Washington statute provides that the county commissioners shall by ordinance promulgate the regulations to be enforced within a dog control zone. These shall include provisions for the control of unlicensed dogs and the establishment of license fees.


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The county commissioners shall by ordinance promulgate the regulations to be enforced within a dog control zone. These shall include provisions for the control of unlicensed dogs and the establishment of license fees. The county sheriff and/or other agencies designated by the county commissioners shall be responsible for the enforcement of the act, including the collection of license fees. Fees collected shall be transferred to the current expense fund of each county.

CREDIT(S)
[1969 c 72 § 4.]

 




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