INSPECTION AND SUPPRESSION OF DISEASES AMONG LIVESTOCK
25-206. Examinations by veterinarians. The division shall have the authority to appoint at different points in this state, qualified veterinarians to examine any of the animals enumerated in this chapter that are to be moved to states where the sanitary laws require such examination, provided the owner requests such inspection. It shall also be the duty of the division to specify and regulate the fees charged for such examination and to remove such veterinarian whenever it may see fit: provided, that no veterinarian appointed under this section shall make any charge against the state for such service as he may render. No certificate shall be issued or no fee charged by such veterinarian unless he has himself actually examined the animals in question; failure to do so shall be considered a misdemeanor and subject to a fine of not less than twenty-five dollars ($25.00) or more than one hundred dollars ($100).
[(25-206) 1919, ch. 35, sec. 5, p. 122; C.S., sec. 1845; I.C.A., sec. 24-206; am. 1974, ch. 18, sec. 106, p. 364.]