Section 174.09(2),Wis.State.by the number of dogs owned,harbored or kept within the Village as shown by the clerks list made pursuant to section 174.06,.Wis.Stats.(3) Restrictions on Keeping of dogs.It shall be unlawful for any person within the Village of Oconomowoc Lake to12.06 DOGS,HOUSEHOLD PETS,ANIMALS.(1) STATE(1) STATE LAWS ADOPTED.Ch.174,Wis.Stats.,exclusive of any penalties,is adopted by reference and made a part of this chapter so far as applicable.(2) LICENSE REQUIRED.Every owner of a dog more than 5 months of age on January 1 of any year or 5 months of age within the license year,January 1 through December31 of each year,12345Next
174.001 (3) (3) Livestock means any horse,bovine,sheep,goat,pig,llama,alpaca,domestic rabbit,farm-raised deer,as defined in s.95.001 (1) (ag),or domestic fowl,including any farm-raised game bird,as defined in s.169.01 (12m).174.001 (4) (4) Officer174.05 Dog license tax.: 2015 Wisconsin Statutes 174.05(2) (2) Tax.The minimum dog license tax is $3 for a neutered male dog or spayed female dog,upon presentation of evidence that the dog is neutered or spayed,and $8 for an unneutered male dog or unspayed female dog,or one-half of these amounts if the dog became 5 months of age after July 1 of the license year.174.05(3) (3) Additional tax.2012 Wisconsin Statutes Annotations : 174.Dogs.: 174 174.02 (1) (b) (b) After notice.Subject to s.895.045 and except as provided in s.895.57 (4),the owner of a dog is liable for 2 times the full amount of damages caused by the dog injuring or causing injury to a person,domestic animal or property if the owner was notified or knew that the dog previously injured or caused injury to a person,domestic animal or property.
30-174 school code and name and mailing address of owner real estate land description/ location of personal property year omitted 302793 sec.70.44 and 70.995(12)(a) wis.stats.2019 equated ratio 0.947876766 mfg assessed value at equated level of omitted real estate mfg assessed value at equated level of omitted personal propertyARTICLE II.DOGS* *State law reference(s)Dogs,Wis.article may only be obtained through compliance with Wis.Stats.§ 174.046 including,but not limited to,the payment of any applicable boarding fees and impoundment fees for the dog.Dogs impounded for a period of at least seven days may be destroyed under the direction of the police department or pound in accordance with Wis.Stats.§CHAPTER 12 LICENSES AND PERMITS - SomersSections 174.053(1),Wis.Stats.,Kennel License Option and §174.053(2),Wis.Stats.,Kennel License Tags,are hereby adopted by reference as a part of this chapter as if the same were set forth in full.12.04 PENALTIES.(A) Any person who shall be convicted of violation §12.02(B) and shall fail to have a
174.01 Wis.Stats.13.02 ANIMALS LITTERING.It shall be unlawful for the owner of any animal to permit fecal matter which is deposited by such animal while off of the owners premises to remain on any street,alley,sidewalk,lawn,field or any public property,and it shall be solely theCHAPTER 31 Offenses Against Public Peace and SafetyD.Untagged Dog [§ 174.042,Wis.Stats.] 1.An untagged dog is subject to impoundment.An officer may attempt to capture and restrain an untagged dog.2.A dog is considered to be untagged if a valid license tag [See §§ 174.05,174.053, 174.07,Wis.Stats.] is not attached to aCHAPTER 53 ANIMAL CONTROL174.05(2),Wis.Stats.,of all dog license taxes.2.Expenses necessarily incurred by the County in purchasing books,forms and other supplies required in the administering of the dog license law.3.Expenses incurred by the County under § 95.21(4)(b) and (8),Wis.Stats.4.Expenses incurred by the County Pound,Humane Society or other
Sections 174.05 to 174.9,Wis.Stats.,shall apply to licensing of dogs.The licensing year is January 1 to December 31.Residents are reminded to please bring along your current rabies vaccination papers when licensing your dog or cat.Licenses are available by mail.Please send a copy of your rabies vaccination papers along with your payment DATCP Home Bureau of Consumer Protection - ApplicableUnfair and Deceptive Business PracticesConsumer Protection RulesOther Consumer Protection LawsSecurityConsumer Product SafetyEnvironmental Regulation of Consumer ProductsKey LawsDATCP's Bureau of Consumer Protection enforces powerful consumer protection laws,including laws prohibiting fraudulent representations and unfair business practices.1.The Fraudulent Representations Law (Wisconsin Statutes section 100.18) broadly prohibits advertising or sales claims that are untrue,See more on datcp.wi.govWI - Dangerous dog - 174.11.Claims for damage by dogs to Full Statute Name West's Wisconsin Statutes Annotated.Police Regulations (Ch.163 to 177).Chapter 174.Dogs.174.11.Claims for damage by dogs to domestic animals including ranch mink in a county in which an agreement under s.174.10(2) is in effect,the intergovernmental commission shall allow,as the amount of a claim for a domestic From the Wisconsin State Statute,Chapter 174,DogsFrom the Wisconsin State Statute,Chapter 174,Dogs 174.042Dogs running at large and untagged dogs subject to impoundment; penalties.(1) DOG RUNNING AT LARGE.Except as provided in par.(b) a dog is considered to be running at large if it is off the premises ofits owner and not under the control of the owner or some other person.
The town board has the authority under its village powers under s.60.22,Wis.stats.,and the specific authority under s.60.23 (30),and chapters 173 and 174,Wis.stats.,to adopt this ordinance.SECTION III - ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE This ordinance,adopted by a majority of the town board on a roll call vote with a quorumSubchapter 310.Control and Licensing of Dogsprovisions of CH 174,Wis.Stats.(2).The license year commences on January 1 and ends on the following December 31.(3).This ordinance adopts s.174.055,Wis.Stats.exempting dogs for blind,deaf and mobility-impaired.310.3.FEES (1).The cost is $5.00 for neutered males and spayed females,and $10.00 for females and unneutered males.TOWN OF PLEASANT VALLEYordinance under§§60.22 and 95.21 and Chapters 172,173,174 and 951,Wis.Stats.These statutes are hereby incorporated by reference as published by the most recent revision of the Wisconsin Statutes.Any amendments,which are from time to time made in the statutes,shall automatically be made in this ordinance.SECTION 12.3 PURPOSE
Ordinances or Chapter 174,Wis.Stats.,shall be subject to a forfeiture of not less than Twenty-five Dollars ($25.00) and not more than Two Hundred Dollars ($200.00) for the first offense and not less than One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) and not more than Four Hundred Dollars ($400.00) forTitle 7,Chapter 1Section 174.05 through Section 174.10,Wisconsin Statutes,relating to the listing,licensing and tagging of the same.(2) The owner of any dog more than five (5) months of age on January 1 of any year,or five (5) months of age within the license year,shall annually,or on or before the dateWI - Dog,licenses - Dogs.174.07.Dog licenses and collar Primary Citation W.S.A.174.07.Summary This Wisconsin statute provides for collection of delinquent dog license fees.(1) (a) License required.Except as provided in s.174.054,a dog license is necessary for the keeping of any dog over 5 months of age.(b) Licenses.Upon payment of the required dog license tax and,except as provided in s
III of Ch.77,Wis.Stats (i.e.,a taxable product).For purposes of this tax release,a taxable product is a product for which a retailers sale of the product is subject to Wisconsin sales or use tax unless the pur-chaser provides the retailer with a fully completed exemption certificate (e.g.,Form S-211).Applicable Wisconsin Statutes:Wisconsin Legislature 174.02(1)(b)174.001 (3) (3) Livestock means any horse,bovine,sheep,goat,pig,llama,alpaca,domestic rabbit,farm-raised deer,as defined in s.95.001 (1) (ag),or domestic fowl,including any farm-raised game bird,as defined in s.169.01 (12m).174.001 (4) (4) OfficerWisconsin Legislature 174.05(1)174.05 (2) (2) Tax.The minimum dog license tax is $3 for a neutered male dog or spayed female dog,upon presentation of evidence that the dog is neutered or spayed,and $8 for an unneutered male dog or unspayed female dog,or one-half of these amounts if the dog
174.053174.053 Multiple dog licenses.174.053(1)(1) Multiple dog license option.Any person who keeps more than one dog may,instead of the license tax for each dog required by this chapter,apply to the collecting official for a multiple dog license for the keeping of the dogs.Such person shall pay for the license year a license tax of $35 for 12 or fewer dogs and an additional $3 for each dog in excess of 12.Wisconsin Legislature Chapter 174174.01 (1) (a)2.2.Immediate action is necessary.174.01 (1) (b) (b) A person may intentionally kill a dog if a domestic animal that is owned or in the custody of the person is threatened with serious bodily harm by the dog and the dog is on property owned or controlled by the person and 174.01 (1) (b)1.1.Wisconsin Statutes § 174.02 (2019) Owner's liability for Universal Citation WI Stat § 174.02 (2019) 174.02 Owner's liability for damage caused by dog; penalties; court order to kill a dog.(1) Liability for injury.(a) Without notice.Subject to s.895.045 and except as provided in s.895.57 (4),the owner of a dog is liable for the full amount of damages caused by the dog injuring or causing injury to a person,domestic animal or property.
Terms Used In Wisconsin Statutes > Chapter 174.Acquire when used in connection with a grant of power to any person,includes the acquisition by purchase,grant,gift or bequest.See Wisconsin StatutesWisconsin Statutes 174.05 Dog license tax LawServerTerms Used In Wisconsin Statutes 174.05.Evidence Information presented in testimony or in documents that is used to persuade the fact finder (judge or jury) to decide the case for one side or the other.; Following when used by way of reference to any statute section,means the section next following that in which the reference is made.See Wisconsin Statutes 990.01Wisconsin Statutes 174.053 Multiple dog licensesTerms Used In Wisconsin Statutes 174.053.Collar means a band,strip or chain placed around the neck of a dog.See Wisconsin Statutes 174.001; Evidence Information presented in testimony or in documents that is used to persuade the fact finder (judge or jury) to decide the case for one side or the other.; Owner includes any person who owns,harbors or keeps a dog.
See Wisconsin Statutes 174.001; Owner includes any person who owns,harbors or keeps a dog.See Wisconsin Statutes 174.001; Population means that shown by the most recent regular or special federal census.See Wisconsin Statutes 990.01; Town may be construed to include cities,villages,wards or districts.See Wisconsin Statutes 990.01Wisconsin Statutes 174.12 Actions against ownersTerms Used In Wisconsin Statutes 174.12.Collar means a band,strip or chain placed around the neck of a dog.See Wisconsin Statutes 174.001; County board means the county board of supervisors.See Wisconsin Statutes 990.01; Damages Money paid by defendants to successful plaintiffs in civil cases to compensate the plaintiffs for their injuries.Worker Misclassification Task - WisconsinWis.Stats.,an employee of any employer under ch.102,Wis.Stats.,for whom he or she is performing services in the course of the trade,business,profession or occupation of such employer at the time of injury .unless the independent contractor meets all nine (9) conditions in s.102.07 (8) (b),Wis.Stats.
and/or Ch.174,Wis.Stats.g) Is known by the owner to be infected with rabies or have been bitten by an animal infected with rabies and said owner fails to quarantine the dog as required by 95.21 Wis.Stats.4) IMPOUNDMENT a) The Wisconsin Humane Society and its agents and any county or Town law officer may apprehend and