To advertise publicly a reward for the return of any animal stolen or lost, using any words to the effect that no questions will be asked, or that the person producing the animal will be safe from apprehension or inquiry, or that any money paid for its purchase or advanced by way of loan on it will be repaid, is an offence for which the advertiser, printer and publisher are liable1.
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