Any person may take up any stray found upon his premises, or upon any public land and that person must report it to the sheriff of the county in which the stray is taken up within twentyfour hours. In giving notice to the sheriff, the takerup must describe the stray to the sheriff by stating the kind of animal, color, weight, size, sex and age, the marks, brands or other distinguishing features of the animal, and the place where the animal is kept and the address of the takerup.
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