P-42, r. 7 - Regulation respecting the identification and traceability of certain animals

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10. Despite section 9, the following animals are deemed to be identified in accordance with section 9:
(1)  an animal to which 2 official or approved tags are affixed, namely one chip tag and one printed tag;
(2)  an animal to which an approved printed tag is affixed, provided that a chip tag bearing the same number is affixed to the other ear;
(3)  an animal to which an approved chip tag is affixed, provided that a tag, printed or blank when issued, bearing the same number is affixed to the other ear;
(4)  an animal to which an official chip tag is affixed, provided that a blank tag bearing the same number is affixed to the other ear;
(5)  a cervid kept in a zoological garden, for which a licence was issued under the Regulation respecting licences to keep animals in captivity (chapter C-61.1, r. 20.1.1), to which only one chip or printed tag is affixed, or an “H of A” tag; and
(6)  white-tailed deer to which only one printed tag is affixed.
The following animals are deemed to be identified in accordance with section 9 or 10 as long as the tags remain on the animal:
(1) a cervid to which are affixed a chip tag and a printed tag bearing the same unique identification number issued by Agri-Traçabilité Québec before 25 February 2009;
(2) a cervid kept in a zoological garden or wildlife observation centre for which a licence was issued under Division IV or V of the Regulation respecting animals in captivity (chapter C-61.1, r. 5), to which one of the tags issued by Agri-Traçabilité Québec is affixed; and
(3) a white-tailed deer that, on 25 February 2009, is kept in Québec and is identified in accordance with section 47 or 57 of the Regulation respecting animals in captivity. (ref: O.C. 66-2009, s. 26)
O.C. 205-2002, s. 10; O.C. 66-2009, s. 11 and 26; 1070-2018O.C. 1070-2018, s. 1.
10. Despite section 9, the following animals are deemed to be identified in accordance with section 9:
(1)  an animal to which 2 official or approved tags are affixed, namely one chip tag and one printed tag;
(2)  an animal to which an approved printed tag is affixed, provided that a chip tag bearing the same number is affixed to the other ear;
(3)  an animal to which an approved chip tag is affixed, provided that a tag, printed or blank when issued, bearing the same number is affixed to the other ear;
(4)  an animal to which an official chip tag is affixed, provided that a blank tag bearing the same number is affixed to the other ear;
(5)  a cervid kept in a zoological garden or wildlife observation centre, for which a licence was issued under Division IV or V of the Regulation respecting animals in captivity (chapter C-61.1, r. 5), to which only one chip or printed tag is affixed, or an “H of A” tag; and
(6)  white-tailed deer to which only one printed tag is affixed.
The following animals are deemed to be identified in accordance with section 9 or 10 as long as the tags remain on the animal:
(1) a cervid to which are affixed a chip tag and a printed tag bearing the same unique identification number issued by Agri-Traçabilité Québec before 25 February 2009;
(2) a cervid kept in a zoological garden or wildlife observation centre for which a licence was issued under Division IV or V of the Regulation respecting animals in captivity (chapter C-61.1, r. 5), to which one of the tags issued by Agri-Traçabilité Québec is affixed; and
(3) a white-tailed deer that, on 25 February 2009, is kept in Québec and is identified in accordance with section 47 or 57 of the Regulation respecting animals in captivity. (ref: O.C. 66-2009, s. 26)
O.C. 205-2002, s. 10; O.C. 66-2009, s. 11 and 26.