If any duly authorized inspector finds any livestock, or the carcasses thereof, in
the possession of any person, firm, or corporation desiring to transport the same
by motor or other vehicle and said person, firm, or corporation in charge of said
livestock, or the carcasses thereof, is not in possession of a bill of sale duly executed
or cannot furnish other satisfactory proof that said person, firm, or corporation
is the lawful owner of said livestock, or the carcasses thereof, or if said inspector
has good reason to believe that said livestock, or said carcasses, or any of them,
are stolen, said inspector shall refuse to issue the certificate authorized in section 35-53-102 authorizing the transportation of said livestock, or the carcasses thereof, by motor
or other vehicle and shall take possession of the same.
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