RUNNING AT LARGE
An owner or keeper of a bull more than 6 months old, who willfully or negligently permits such bull to run at large, out of the enclosure of such owner or keeper, shall be guilty of a violation, and any fine collected hereunder shall inure to the use of the town in which the offense was committed, and shall also be liable to a party injured for the damage done by such bull while running at large.
Source. 1911, 25:1. PL 150:45. RL 180:45. RSA 467:1. 1973, 531:129, eff. Oct. 31, 1973.
Any owner or keeper of a stallion more than 12 months old, who willfully or negligently permits such stallion to run at large, out of the enclosure of such owner or keeper, shall be guilty of a violation. The fine imposed shall be for the use of the town in which the offense was committed, and the guilty party shall also be liable to the party injured and for damage done by such stallion running at large.
Source. 1973, 41:1, eff. Nov. 1, 1973.
If any person shall willfully or negligently suffer any ram belonging to him, or in his care, to go at large out of his enclosure between August 1 and December 1 in any year he shall be guilty of a violation for each offense.
Source. RS 128:3. CS 134:3. GS 105:18. GL 115:21. PS 118:17. PL 150:44. RL 180:44. RSA 467:2. 1973, 531:130, eff. Oct. 31, 1973.
467:3 Wild Boar.
Any person or corporation owning or possessing wild boar in this state shall at all times keep such wild boar in a safe and suitable enclosure so that they may not run at large or damage the person or property of others.
Source. 1949, 294:1, eff. July 22, 1949.
Any person or corporation owning or having introduced wild boar into this state who shall have suffered, permitted, or otherwise failed to prevent the escape of such wild boar shall abate, at his or its own expense, the public nuisance resulting therefrom on or before April 1, 1950, by employing all reasonable means to capture or exterminate such wild boar and their progeny. Persons suffering damage to their lands, property or person after April 1, 1950, caused by wild boar at large as specified in this section, and which are not captured or exterminated as herein provided within the specified time limit, may recover such damage in an action of trespass against the said owner, or person or corporation having introduced the same into this state.
Source. 1949, 294:2, eff. July 22, 1949.
Any person or corporation owning or possessing wild boar in this state who shall violate the provisions of RSA 467:3 shall be liable in an action of trespass for all damage done by said wild boar to the lands, properties or persons of others.
Source. 1949, 294:3, eff. April 1, 1950.
467:6 Nature of Remedy.
The remedies created and duties imposed by RSA 467:4 and 467:5 shall be deemed cumulative and are not intended to modify or supersede any remedy available or duty imposed at common law.
Source. 1949, 294:4, eff. July 22, 1949.