New York Agriculture & Markets Law
Unauthorized Possession of Dogs Presumptive Evidence of Larceny
§ 363. Unauthorized possession of dogs presumptive evidence of larceny. The unauthorized possession of a dog or dogs, by any person not the true owner, for a period exceeding ten days, without notifying either the owner, the local police authorities, or the superintendent of the state police at Albany, New York, of such possession, shall be presumptive evidence of larceny.