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Trrns L.»vt·:ssm.s IN Domisstrio COMMERCE. 849 SBC. 4388. Any company, owner, or custodian of such animals who P¢¤¤l*Y for M8- knowingly and willingly fails to comply with the provisions of the two I"? preceding sections, shall, for every such failure, be liable for and forfeit Ibid. and dpay a penalty of not less than one hundred nor more than five hundre dollars. But when animals are carried in cars, boats, or other vessels in which they can and do have proper food, water, space, and op ortu— nity} to rest, the provisions in regard to their being unloaded shsiil not a . pSE5c. 4389. The penalty created by the preceding sections shall be re- P0¤°·l*i°S· h<>W covered by civil action in the name of the United States, in the circuit or zgcggsydi P"°°°` district court of the United States holden within the district where the -T-L-t- violation may have been committed, or the person or con ration resides 1b*d·» S- 2- or carries on its business; and it shall be the duty of alldlnited States marshals, their deputies and subordinates, to prosecute all violations which come to their notice or knowledge. Sec. 4390. An person or corporation entitled to a lien under section Lien, how en· [_forIy;7‘?»ur hundvred and_j?j?y-three] [forty-three hundred and eighty- f°"°°d· seven] may enforce the same by a petition Bled in the district court holden Ibid,, S, 3, within the district where the food, care, and custody have been furnished, 27 F¢b·. 1877. ¢- or the owner or custodian of the property resides; and the court shall have 6°· "· 19· P· 251· power to issue all suitable process for the enforcement of such lien by sale or otherwise, and to compel the payment of all costs, penalties, charges, and expenses of proceedings under the provisions of t is and the preceding sections.