In Chawosaurian Politics and History, the Serpentis Ictu (Latin for Snakebite) Act is a Chawosaurian Law that prohibits a Civilian or Tourist bitten by snakes from being treated or cured if the snakebite is venomous. It was passed in 1921 and signed into law by Emperor Johnathan Albert Bowes-Lyons Alexandria on August 31, 1921. Between 1968 to 1983, there have been failed attempts to repeal this law. The most recent failed attempt to repeal this law was on April 15, 2018.