Regulation to prevent destruction of game by dogs on the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska

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Regulation to prevent destruction of game by dogs on the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska
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S. R. A.-B. S. 17. December 10, 1917.

United States Department of Agriculture,
BUREAU OF BIOLOGICAL SURVEY.
E. W. NELSON, Chief of Bureau.


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS.


REGULATION TO PREVENT DESTRUCTION OF GAME BY DOGS
ON THE KENAI PENINSULA, ALASKA.

WHEREAS dogs are running at large on the Kenai Peninsula within
the districts inhabited by game animals and are destroying such ani-
mals and their young; and
WHEREA; it is important at this time to prevent unnecessary de-
struction of game animals which furnish a supply of meat in Alaska:
TNow, THEREFORE, by virtue of authority conferred upon the Secre-
tary of Agriculture by section 2 of the act of May 11, 1908 (35 Stat.,
102), entitled "An act to amend an act entitled 'An act for the pro-
tection of game in Alaska, and for other purposes,' approved June 7,
1902," the following regulation is made and published to take effect
November 1, 1917:
REGULATION 1.-PREVENTING DESTRUCTION OF GAME BY DOGS ON THE KENAI
PENINSULA.
Killing moose and caribou with dogs, allowing moose and caribou
to be killed by dogs, allowing moose and caribou to be killed for food
for dogs, or permitting dogs to hunt moose and caribou on the Kenai
Peninsula is hereby prohibited for a period of two years. No dogs
shall be allowed to run at large or, unless accompanied by or under
the immediate control of their owners or custodians, shall be allowed
on the Kenai Peninsula outside the immediate vicinity of the towns
of Hope, Kenai, Roosevelt, Seldovia, Seward, and Sunrise. For the
purposes of this regulation the immediate vicinity of the towns shall
be considered to mean one mile in any direction from the post office.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and caused the
seal of the Department of Agriculture to be affixed this 19th day of
SOctober, 1917..
[s U iOU_]__ P D.F. HOUSTON,
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S.580. ',ASHINIGTON : GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1917

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