Possession of cattle or horse marked with another's brand — Penalty.
(1) No person shall knowingly have possession of any cattle or horse marked with a recorded brand of another person unless the:
(a) Cattle or horse lawfully bears the person's own healed recorded brand;
(b) Cattle or horse is accompanied by a certificate of permit from the owner of the recorded brand;
(c) Cattle or horse is accompanied by an inspection certificate;
(d) Cattle are accompanied by a self-inspection certificate meeting the requirements of RCW 16.57.010;
(e) Horse is accompanied by a bill of sale from the previous owner; or
(f) Cattle or horse is accompanied by other satisfactory proof of ownership as designated in rule.
(2) A violation of this section constitutes a gross misdemeanor.
[2010 c 66 § 11; 2003 c 326 § 34; 1995 c 374 § 52; 1991 c 110 § 5; 1959 c 54 § 28.]
| Effective date -- 1995 c 374 §§ 1-47, 50-53, and 59-68: See note following RCW 15.36.012.|