Any person who, while operating or in charge of a motor vehicle, shall refuse, when
requested by a police officer, to give his name and address or the name and address
of the owner of such motor vehicle, or who shall give a false name or address, or
who shall refuse or neglect to stop when signalled to stop by any police officer who
is in uniform or who displays his badge conspicuously on the outside of his outer
coat or garment, or who refuses, on demand of such officer, to produce his license
to operate such vehicle or his certificate of registration, or to permit such officer
to take the license or certificate in hand for the purpose of examination, or who
refuses, on demand of such officer, to sign his name in the presence of such officer,
and any person who on the demand of an officer of the police or other officer mentioned
in section twenty-nine or authorized by the registrar, without a reasonable excuse fails to deliver his
license to operate motor vehicles or the certificate of registration of any motor
vehicle operated or owned by him or the number plates furnished by the registrar for
said motor vehicle, or who refuses or neglects to produce his license when requested
by a court or trial justice, shall be punished by a fine of one hundred dollars.
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