Assembly Bill 4166 (Winton-1957)
Chapter 2013, Statutes of 1957
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The Summary Digest of Statutes Enacted described Assembly Bill 4166 as last amended as follows:
Makes it a misdemeanor for any person to wilfully commit a trespass by entering any privately-owned lands under cultivation or enclosed by fence or lands which are uncultivated or unenclosed lands where signs forbidding trespass are displayed at intervals not less than three to the mile along all exterior boundaries and at all roads and trails entering such lands, if such person entering the lands also (1) discharges any firearm, or (2) refuses or fails to leave the lands immediately upon being requested by the owner, his agent, or person in lawful possession, or (3) tears down, multilates [sic] or destroys any sign forbidding entry, or (4) removes, injures, unlocks, or tampers with any lock on any gate on or leading into the lands.
(See Exhibit #4, page 341)
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