The US military once experimented with camels in the Arizona desert, and eventually gave up. The remaining camels were released, and are now protected.
Churches, hotels, halls of assembly, stores, markets, banking rooms, railroad depots, and saloons are required to provide spittoons of a kind and number to efficiently contain expectorations into them.
Aircraft; operation while under influence of liquor or drug; prohibited.
It shall be unlawful for any person to operate or be in the actual physical control of any aircraft while under the influence of alcoholic liquor or of any drug or when that person has five-hundredths of one percent or more by weight of alcohol in his or her body fluid as shown by chemical analysis of his or her blood or breath.
While engaged in taking photographs, no person licensed under §521 or §522 of this chapter shall impede traffic as defined in the District of Columbia Traffic Acts; nor shall any photographer remain longer than five (5) minutes at any one (1) location on the streets, sidewalks, or other public spaces.
(a) Any person owning, keeping, harboring or having custody of any dog or potbelly pig over three (3) months of age within the city must obtain a license as provided in this article.
(b) Application for a license must be made within thirty (30) days after obtaining a dog or potbelly pig over three (3) months of age, within thirty (30) days after such dog or potbelly pig is brought into the city or within thirty (30) days after such dog or potbelly pig reaches three (3) months of age, except that this requirement will not apply to a nonresident keeping a dog or potbelly pig within the city for no longer than sixty (60) days.
(Code 1964, § 4-2; Ord. No. 18-1995, § 5, 10-4-95)
Hours of consumption. No person having a license under the provisions of this article shall permit the drinking or consumption of any nonintoxicating beer by any person, in any quantity, upon or about his premises between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m.
Sec. 7-187. Preparation of garbage, etc., fed to hogs.
All garbage, refuse, offal or other material other than grain foodstuffs to hogs must be cooked on the premises just prior to the feeding of the hogs.
(Code 1961, § 4-39)
Section 13A-12-5 Unlawful bear exploitation; penalties.
(a) A person commits the offense of unlawful bear exploitation if he or she knowingly does any one of the following:
(1) Promotes, engages in, or is employed at a bear wrestling match.
(2) Receives money for the admission of another person to a place kept for bear wrestling.
(3) Sells, purchases, possesses, or trains a bear for bear wrestling.
(4) For purposes of exploitation, subjects a bear to surgical alteration in any form, including, but not limited to, declawing, tooth removal, and severing tendons.
(b) Unlawful bear exploitation is a Class B felony and is punishable as provided by law.
(c) Upon the arrest of any person for violating this section, the arresting law enforcement officer, conservation officer, or animal control officer shall have authority to seize and take custody of any bear in the possession of the arrested person.
(d) Upon the conviction of any person for violating the provisions of this section, any court of competent jurisdiction shall have authority to order the forfeiture by the convicted person of any bear, the use of which was the basis of the conviction. Any bears ordered forfeited under this section shall be placed in the custody of a humane shelter, a society that is incorporated for the prevention of cruelty to animals, or the state Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.
(e) In addition to the fines, penalties, and forfeitures imposed under this section, the court may require the defendant to make restitution to the state, any of its political subdivisions, or a humane shelter or a society that is incorporated for the prevention of cruelty to animals for housing, feeding, or providing medical treatment to bears used for unlawful wrestling.
(Acts 1996, No. 96-468, p. 581, §1.)
It shall be the duty of any policeman or any other officer to enforce the provisions of this Section, and if any cat is found running at large, or which is found in any street, alley or public place, it shall be the duty of any policeman or other officer of the city to kill such cat.