Red Lake Code of Tribal Offenses
Section 76 - Control of Vicious Dogs
Any Indian who does not confine a vicious dog owned by him, such as one that goes about deliberately biting people, or one that chases people and children riding bicycles on public streets and sidewalks, shall be deemed guilty of an offense and upon conviction thereof shall be sentenced to imprisonment for a period not to exceed thirty (30) days or pay a fine of not to exceed sixty dollars ($60). Penalty imposed to be determined by the nature of the offense.
Section 77 - Wrecked or Abandoned Motor Vehicles on Right-of-way
Any Indian who shall neglect or refuse to remove from any road or right-of-way upon the Red Lake Indian Reservation within 30 days, any motor vehicle he may wreck or abandon, or one wrecked or abandoned to which he holds title, shall be deemed guilty of an offense, and upon conviction thereof shall be sentenced to imprisonment for a period not to exceed 90 days or pay a fine not to exceed $180.00,, or both such fine and imprisonment with cost. Penalty imposed to be determined by the nature of the offense.
Section 78 - Resale or Removal of Cost Purchased Lumber
Any Red Lake Indian who purchases lumber from the Red Lake Indian Mills at cost must not resell or remove the lumber from the Red Lake Reservation. Lumber purchases at cost must be used on the Red Lake Reservation. Any Indian who violates this ordinance shall be deemed guilty of an offense and upon conviction thereof shall be fined not more than $500.00 or by imprisonment not to exceed 30 days or to both such fine, imprisonment, and cost.