Digest of game laws for 1901

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Digest of game laws for 1901
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Palmer, T. S ( Theodore Sherman ), 1868-1955
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover
    Frontispiece
        Frontispiece
    Title Page
        Page 1
        Page 2
    Letter of transmittal
        Page 3
        Page 4
    Preface
        Page 5
        Page 6
    Table of Contents
        Page 7
        Page 8
    List of Illustrations
        Page 9
        Page 10
    I. General discussion of game laws
        Page 11
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    II. Abstracts of laws with special reference to shipment and sale
        Page 69
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    Index
        Page 149
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    Back Matter
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    Back Cover
        Back Cover 1
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LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL.
U. S. DEPARTMENT OF--AGRICITLTUR.E
Dr1visiloN or, BIOLOGICAL -SURVEY,
. -Washington, -D. ., August 9, 190L -
inve the honor to submit herewith, and to recommend for,
ias Bulletin No. 16 of the Biological Survey, a report'
'Digst of Game Laws for 1901,' by T. S. Palmer and H. W.
Th object of this report is to0 present in convenient form the
As, of the laws n~ow in force, including the amendments en-
dting the present year. In view of the fact" that 'the game
kCOpens in several States on September 1,7 it is desirable that
eth e uish ed and distributed as promptly as possible.
Respectfully,
T. S. PA LMER9
hasWroomActing Chief, Biological Burvey.
Mayof Agriculture.-
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PREFACE.
, 9 Oopfn-oved May 25, 1900, requires th e Secr( Axry
wo-Woct, and publish, from time., to time, usef
the vation of game and' othor birds. In
proviswn it has been deemed impoftaot to pab'-
-I&Ws embodying the. numerous. chang
1*4 lmiMative sessions were held inaboutJott
In 'riearly aJl amendinients to the, guibuo,
were iMe in it-he 61dlaws a,"
intfio6nuftorof clososeasonsalone. This mill
1*6 'A** oel ae'sitatea tL tharouLrh revision of the -bull
I*WsRekulaiting the Transportation a-nd Sa
-report has afforded an
of anew opportunfty
WapoKlint additions, including a chapter on- Federal
"Ofthe cottuty laws- of Virginia, an(I incorporation
the Canadian laws.. Expeiience has shown that
.-AWWd on dose seasons, wmparatively little impor-
'Oons of other Provisions of game laws. It
;a JV,
1 ersfi rowguized that killing game b3 illegal
9MI Y
W, aHowed by law, or for unlawful pur-
As'killing game out of season. In ardor
chapter on methods -kas been intio-
soctions in the former report bave heod
-it ][8 pr.,wt7l
_" Ift OOW Stands cally a COMP146
Stal 40 And Provincial laws relating to the
_It hagrbeen
dome- 9sible, how-
y, in the ndensed foi
most Co
-of the bulletin in which the,
Iaws f6rall the more jmpo; ,.I
are brought together
a for the principat
6rolina, under
V -I..W from the'laws only, *4
sale. All pro-Wdsmicoans
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have been necessarily omitted.. Detailed information
other points must be sought in nnofficial compilations of
in the compilation? issued by State authorities, or in
themselves.
In the preparation of the bulletin much assistance has
from the valuable compendium pablished under the title
Iaaws in Brief,' which, however, is: designed primarily for
sportsmen, and omits penalties and frequently the provisiot $,
ing sale. The difficulties of the work have also been mate
sened by the aid rendered by State officers and private
who, with uniform courtesy, have furnished copies of the
other information.
It should be stated that miny of the statutes were not
until after July 1, and even at the date of going to press it W
impracticable to consult the county laws passed this year io
see, or the amendments enacted in Delaware. Thetimefory
of the bulletin has thus been short, and while great care has be6hJ
in compilation, errors may have crept in, which, under other,
stances, might easily have been eluininated. Sportsmen and,
therefore, are requested to report promptly any inaccurwi" Or''
sions that may be detected.
T. S.
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.1. GENERALDISCUSSIONiFiGAME LAWS
nARDIT09
lasnwi oc nteUitdSae r ftokrs
ani Sae eea asrglt nesaecm ec iniiiiiii
of ga e; th presrvatin of ameiiiiiagiiith
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Sttiasrglttecpue hpet n-"o
"n Stt uidcin.Cni.lwlk.toeo h
mailob iie no'eea as opmg
In~~~~~~iiiii th fourii~ SaeofMrlnV ,NrtCrl ina,
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hafo ven-out--th-id-o aeaculy
Sttadfrhroeta hy *Lsbett aa i,
eahnwaedmn sqe__ r 4e t rai4
Th rus6 nmlad id ht a ec
gam ar wel mrke an copartivly ew n sml-
be o dfied s t aoidtheobectonsjut mntine
Th gmeofNothAmria s ratialy imte , _
of ammlsandfor o bids Th gme am
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(Carivoa); 3) abbis ad sqirrI8 (odetia) qp
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of the earliest is found 'in
6f I&II) as, amended in
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for anylmn to fish alud fow
any man s property for
any wWszorn or meadomr. 17
of''MamchUsetts, which at th
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6vered by the SWe of Ma
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prohibition of 1830'
the comprehensive
Vig gwne and nearly all the bik&
and prose the times and thethods for their
otusons have unditgone numermw changes durmig
thow for moose ij4'deer are much the same w,
6ving merely l6ngthened a little at ewh end.
et s the different closo, seasons -for bi' game from -A
46re tabulated:
qI A&wm for _Hig Game Maine.
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TaD. ][_40 L-L 1 ---------- Jan. 1-oaL IL
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ADF 1901.
Wry hm i essed an unprece-
n64 oft W-An
Nearly four-fifths of the Statk%
E;otoe amendments to their game law.4.
"M 4 Aight Change in the IbelawiLre law
jw *on of a general gam 4w or. code
Wehigafi, MLi9sourl,
aiftd New Jersey. Change$, ift
Uld'seatous have, been very general, but-
on We, shipment, and storage,
iY ces the laws have
IPA theke', bw been a strong tende 6
of game, shorteningumo
I#i' J'Igreiter restrictions About
,wluch angered severely from
.7# W joined ife, he great majority
ing lem than haR
jdf this'kind. (See PI.
PennsylvanlhU4.
X"tiring licenses, of
iA the Middle
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ofiii weldrce fot oadte taneto
obet ahe hntepasg fpueylclmeuts
efforti ba copihdmr hsya hnee eoe
! i ca rihlgss noitrse seilyi h
iiiiiiiiiiniig me bid ,h ssc rd tee at e to
la 'negtSae n h itito ouba n
adpto ofauiomdfiiino ae id. Te
Ameica Spr~sen as ive atenton special t
prtetin o bg am adwid ureyan is t r -
utdt h psaeo blspoidn lse esno
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intumnali scrigt~epmae fnueou aw'
ths'etrs hesl falknd fgm mbm
by treeStats, nd hat f crtai spcie by eve At
resut o efort in hisdirctin, treekins o
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for
in bn- 4ACt the Cob&
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Authorized
the commumonm.
five reWent bindowners of am
upon petitic i y,-
woodiiand kd A foi propigation of MI_
or fifty years, it an annual rental not to -
"fo4mmd th!-76 initiati*e taken by Color;A) mi Cooper-
apthon to. secure better,,enformwitt of th
lesexym by making all forfet raage ex
"A ijk Worado have been t4ea
doputy wardens for two years, but Wa wm'
&Mto gUMe OOMMiSSioner 3 and MA sk
ji6 js the caw in Wuhington. Soutti
talking only deputy grame. w dens
tomageo'ik is but n"urifto findame,
f; pase a" ne to errors of
-n*u irds am deprived of the
**&a n b.
bmfaded to provide a
Owd*6r', r ibited their sale. Connecticut
V-
.,omepft, for'ftU from January I to April I'
pm or" X with the newly established seamn
AM We, not ahoofft., in the spring.
w failed to provide
tirjmm" U U7 any 01000
_0-0 ,
_ii Tlxsj4 but the sak -of quail is still pro:
and Kausas whichfOrmerly pro- ':4
open seasons frojh August 1,15,
to.&Vtmber 15., respectivel Now,
from the new laws.
-removed Protection enfi"Ak -
6ertmiii dupljs4 and bas
April 17 thus permi
distinct advance over that of
OW06 t6 "be d6ne, in tbeWHY
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4r
DIGM OF ffAiM LAWS SOS'
making ptoper provision for transpor"on of liVe "im
tionin extending greater protection to shore birds,
turkeys, which are becoming greatly diminished in num
threatened with extermination in certain lomlities, and
protecting wild fowl during the spring when they are on,,,,
their breeding grounds. A comparison of Plates I and
that in the greater part of: the United States ducks have
protection. I Many of the ispecies breed in- the far North$
occur in the United States during summer. Yet nine
South and. West accord wild fowl practically no protection,
ber of others have close seasons of only four or five mon
chiefly during the time when the birds are absent f rom. the
the other. hand a few States realize the necessity for greftater
and are making strenuous efforts in this direction. During
year Wisconsin has successfully maintained the anti-spring
on its statute books and its example has been follow'ed by
whi h has closed its season a full month earlier than befGre.'
also has put an end to spring shooting of ducks. Including
border States and three provinces of Canada-Maine New
Vermont, Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, New Brunswick,,
and Manitoba-have now united in prohibiting pring duck
Public sentiment against spring shooting is gradually gaink
but the States which have been able to crystallize this sentiment
are still few in number. It seems difficult to make the public
the fact that migratory game must receiveat least as much
as is accorded resident game if it is to be saved from e
Many persons who are strongly in favor of prohibiting spring
"and who appreciate the difficulty of passing such a law in
State, have suggested a national law as the only solution of the
This is impracticable, since the fixing of times and seasons for
game is a matter solely within the jurisdiction of the States, a
tive which they jealously guard, and one. which both State and
courts recognize. Only five years ago the Supreme Court of thi6
States expressly declared that 11 the power of the State to cott
regulate the taking of game can not be questioned."' The '
in concerted action on the part of 'individuals and associations
boring States, all working for theattainment- of a common 0
such a movement the Provinces of Canada have shown their
ness to join by making their laws conform in many respects W,
of adjoining States.' The Province of Ontario has even go
to provide in its game-protection act of 1900 that when any,
I Ward v. FAce Horn., 168 U. S. 507.
The recent steps tpward uniformity in the laws of the border States sad
are doubtless largely due to the efforts of the North American Fish and Gm s_
tive Association, which was organized January 30, 1900.




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of, the Piroviom.Amo
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"bib is'' 4_4ht4 h SWA4 (*% P. 144) 4
Jit seasms
t
W tho, efforts lin thi,4
year g'I nC*.'Jtf to tho-sng _
Iii an outline *of 0# ti gime ICV 81; i
I 1111TIV-THE
ft G&xne, Bird and MA,
CWAO RkRook advocated a code, d
64 ',twbh ivhich the- United Statco
Of vhich tho-laws
tbo-',ofm mkwmJdmfimd, and p
4
"e om M14U, but wi"efd f rom
oreA-- M" ihis "nectiot -is the sim
41i-e ped togdher- The three con-
# Southern, and Pacific, and as origi-
ttollows All the- reo9n west-lof the
i& the Pmcifio'7 -v hilo, A that
'I gWdo'360 W into a' -North6ra 6d
h4w6ver, bad the d7md
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RESRITINSASTO EUOFZIiIG
Restrictionsii astiieo iln aemyb rue
general. hed:Coe esn roe rte ato h
gaei poetead ls trsinwih rtcto
several yers In th atrcs h seiss rt
itnsadproeteprrlreoefrmtegmHi
OWB SUSNS
NoHHH qusto ingm rtcini or motn hntI
sesn urn hchbrsan nmlsBalbepoeteyk
toiiii sateeiioei hchSaegm assog eate
and noeiehc hy r oesbet ocag.LCo
ofe eet h ups f rvsositne o0o
opotnt torcprt n nrdue edescnuin
ovr tmae opiac ih h rvsin fte l
diffcultforshipers nd ame eales, ho mst cnsier h
sesos n ot te tae n hchthirgae s klld nAA
whichit isshiped. Frthe confsionresuls fr m vr
ing he sason. Sme lws gve he oen sasos, ohers iii
and~~ inteesaeet a efudalpsil aite f
and exlusionof th datesnamed
Anatemt s er mdet bin~tgehe i oe al, a
seasns fr gme pescrbedkv te vaiou Staes ad -b
ince. o C~nda.Forthe akeof smplcit, a nifrm e
bothii intearneeto pce n ttmn fsaos
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# 4vtd, -iR, Conncc& Aor wiJd fowl at cerWa
River and Long Iskma, l5mun4..
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a6d the county laws otAlOwmi and Mim
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41
-ja "Clame'laws in Brief, az4i I -
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t "Abobact prepared
h6 by the
"tmm. That forwerth Caroling is
mm p,*wa p*H&od by the seeretiry of the
Oted Of
thD Public Laws of
44
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s&Ai m- Uwg- of, 1888-1".
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-or, A"dwn_ M of the ds&s beginnii* am&
ihiltwgf'saimpo sibi y.
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T" twC tb%-- WL To find the open, Masons re"moe
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(1899i. El wiho ors...... ....w......................... ............ Not
B1) Fle or ufao lk tlp, mountain shee....... ............. Atal iig
Dove, wildi geo ... ............................... ............. Oct.
Snipe k g en loe, curlew, crnbukg osbrn, w raw l se Ar .
Mo eetinorn:nAlis aove7,00 febhiet ..ste. or.Ch.n..e Apran
Co nctct..Dee 10.year................................................. Unllane&
(1901ad ) Gryeure ....... D e n neoewt o e..................... ............. Decm
(280. Wld wihrerabbi ............................ ............ Jan...... Nov
Quiln oruffedo ou ain woodock..................... *........ Dec.al)l
Puiheasant, C aretride Mongolian ......................... Utal Jn
Dove, w..l.p................................... .. ....... At ll ae
WSosanipe (Elernglishck nie, plover, min (um Apr.1Sp
(1895.) Qalptidge, phttues atve..00.f.e...... .......... Jan.1Nlg.1
Conn ctic t...Doe 10 .. ars................................... .. ....... Ati al
1Reedb ir e ..................................... ............ Fec.
Ortolan ~ ~ ~ ~ o ral .. . .. .................. .. ...... Feb
Districtail of oDer ea (slgrosse so prhiitd ......................... Jan.1-et
Pubi abit (CheEns rabbitglgianhar ....... ............... Feb.01-N6
(19D91) Q aor partridge... ............................................ tMa.tam A
Ruffed' gosie orEglphesn (Jecepoe Engi glue. or d other De.2-Nov.Lt
foein bape sntsrie inds incosre) wil fo .
DelawaPriri ch.cken orb pinnated...... grouse............................ Mar. 11Mie.
(IM- W odoc Quai,..rtr .......aan.................................... Jan. 1-x&ly *
Dove .. . .. . . .................. .. ........ At gall im s
ReBuipe, plo.er..wil dcgoebrn... .......... Apr.1-p.
Floridaor ail....... Deer .......... .................... .... .............. Feb.1- e.
Wild duck (excep....m.er.o..wood.. uc.... wild.g...e,....... Apr.1O' .
Georia ..f ... Deer meat(.a. orpo.sss...pr hib...).................... ...... Jan. 1-8pt.
lumb. English Mcet ngli, a it oteriote phn) ..irel........ Until NoMv k
(189-90.) aDov .... ri.e.................................. ............ Mar. &]o v
Id hP.... era te lopic e, ounain se ep mrou ntai ...................... lJan.-
(1899) El .......................................... ............ Dec-.iw,
Mooe, caribu..5.ars...................... ................ Un ll
Partri emgrh plckeg chir en, eFolhn ec. 1-Aug.Mt.
phedsnt.peiulmnind
am.) uaiMongla pheasans, 3il yurears............................... Until lNO.
Wild duck, goose...wan......................... ............. Mar. 10 tO
Illioa ........ Deer, 5.year..................................... ............. Until pt,
(8910 ) Quirrl (y, r e, foxsa, r l blac ke ....... ............... Dec. 1 .I
Quail (sale ................ only) a......... ec
Idao ... ee nateloupe. onansepiiiti
a89W ld tur...ey................................... ..............J n 1 -0 t1
Jaoose, ongoliyanrinnek .... ilver............... Uparridg
Muring dove.................................................. Dec.1I-Aug. 4
Goltrde, upland, oarite plove, aken o 's folhn, Apr.2-Aep.Lk
psan. r oteranpe
Wdduck, goose, r an rohrw rfw............................. Ar.1-8epiA -
Illn in ........ Deer, r ......................................... ........... Atall M
(IM1901.) Jan.1-Jtmrdefx r lc ) .... ...........
Sq d uirel.. ...................................... ............ Ja n ov
Quanuedose, prolaringe he e, r irae....Jn1Nv
M0rtilc ursriins arve in............ force...... De IAg.1
GNgaeoen bidspermtd, o e kllved, within1me --so' Panieac Apr2-eLml
tinsar ifran t othe Austie. *
auk Exotanolaeposied ast borter Fotr sal .............. Apr The oesan of
theala of.1901 Dees only...........killing.............. The AtorelGnel tegame
thertird lca:l erotectednd oher etos na-ni re tMta
suburb of thispr, the offender was convicted and fined, it .engbod that the newla
no clause effectively repealing the prvisions relating to -ui inheol law (Fores
Vol. LVII, pp. 4, 167, Aust 1901).




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Anghsb, or, f *4t turkt y,
fJatL I-Aug. Irk # #
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fApr. 15-Sept. L
g0ose, brant, or othet Wa$ork"d ------ ------ loct I-Nov.
L l 14.1s
goat ---------------- ------------ At aH tixcue&
Olt fpx) -------- --------------- Jan. I-June I.
or yheasani wild turkey J631; I-Nov. L
--------------- Doe- I-SepL L
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or goose ------------------- Apr.
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DIGEST OF %AXR L*Wl$,
Ststed. Kinds of gme.
Michigan- Paitridge (Upper Peninsula) ...................... Dee.. 1-4Dct, I
Dove ...................................................
Pheasants (EnglM or Mongolian), pinnated grouse j 7 Until
chicken), wild turkey, wild p1gi6on.
Plover, wipe, wild duck, wild b t, or other waterfowl Dee.
(except that jackaniff blue'S't="isback. widgeon, pin,
histlerspoonb butter and sawbill duck way be
hunted Mar. 2-Apr.10j.
Minnesota..... Deer .............................................. ::: ........... NOT.
(1899-1901.) Elk, female moose, female carlbou ............... ........... At all
Moose and caribou (males) ..................................... Nov.
uafl, partrIdge, ruffed grouse (phmsant) ...................... Dec*
8 t&Hed or white-breasted grouse, pinnated grouse or Nm
SD chicken, turtle dove snipe.
4= ts (Chinese, ian), 5 years .............. Until
land Plover, woodcoik ...................................... OcL
W d dadk, goose, brant. or any aquaffic fowl ------------------- Jan.
X adppi 2 ... Deer ..................................................... Mar.
(1892.) Quail or partridge, wild tark
.,:,e
-_--------_- may
during dove, e .................. Mar,
Missouri ... Deer ......................................................... Jan.
Quail (Virginia partridge), uffej grouse (pheemnt or per- Jan.
tridge), Chinese Pheasant pinnaud grouse (prairie chickeub
wild turkey.
Turtle dove, meadow lark, plover, woodcock .................. Jan.
Wild duck ................... ................................... Apr.
Montana ...... Deer, mountain goat ............. w ------------- m ...............
Elk .............................................................. NOT.
Moose, caribou, antelope, bison or bulfalo, mountain sheep_ _.. At all
Grouse or prairie chicken, fool hen, pheasaut or partridge_. Dee. I
Sage hen, twtle dove ...................... t .............. D ee
Quail, Chinese pheasants ............ I ........................... At aij
Wild duck- goose brant,. swan ........................... ___ May I
Nebraska'..... Deer, antelope (w" ith horns) .................................... Nov.
(1901.) Elk .............. .............................................. At all
Quail - I ------------------- -------------------------------- Until
Partridge, Pheasant, wild turkey, curlew ....................... At &U
Prairie chicken sage chicken, grouse ....................... Dee. I-Oet;
Wild pigeon, d34e, plover ...................................... Oct
Jacksnipe, Wilson 9M e, yellow-legs (other snipe protected at Apr.
all times), wild diuct, goose, brant, swan, crane.
Nevada ........ Deer, antelope (males) ......................................... Until
(1901.) Female deer and antelope, all elk, caribou, mountain &beep, At all
mountain goat.
Mountain quail, grouse --------------------------- J...- ....... Until
Pheasant ............................. ; --------_----- ........... Unta
Sage hen ..................... : ................................... Mar.
Dove ........................ ................................... Nov.
Valley quatl, prairie chicken, woodcock, plover snipe, =- Marr.
lew, wind ben [mud hen), send-hill crane, duck, wild
goose, bittern.
New Hamp- Deer (see exceptims), elk, moose, caribou ..................... At d- I
shire. R=qpUom.- Deer in C 11 Coos, and Grafton counties Dee.
(1901.) (except towns of "lan.1, Causaii, Enfield, Grafton,
Lebanon, Lyman, and OraEge, in Grafton County).
Gray squirrel, raccoon.. ... - ....... ..................... Jan.
H rabbit ................................. .................. Apr.
Q,= paAridge, ruffed grouse, woodcock, Wilson mipe ....... Dee.
Dove ...................................................... -... At &U
Plover, yellowlegs, sandpiper raU duck (except sheldrake). Feb.
Now Jersey I C Beach birds may be shot 1 Ftc kingham Co. afterJuly M)
(1900-19M.) Deer ............................................................ At all
Squirrels (gmy, black, fox), hare, or rabbdt .................... Jan '
Quail (g&Zdge), ruffed grouse (partridge or Pheasant), J 90.
English or ring-necked phemant.
Dove upland plover ........... *.* ................................ Oct. 1-Avt
VoWdc;'ck ........................... i ........................... Jan. 1400keKOL,
Gray snife (English or Wilson snipe) ........................... an. I-A
Reedbir( ridl-bird, marsh hen .................................
New Mexk* Duck' I me, brantV orother web-footed w1ld fowl ............. M
(Mi.) Deer. elkantelope, mountain sheep .......... ................. Un
Moatain goat ....................................... At all
Quail Mar.
Partri ...... Jan.,
Ph-mntB .................... ............... Until
I For ale seasons, see p. 5&
2 County laws In force.
I Res only to counties polling lea thau 1,900 voteL
4 U er the general proviAou protecting all game for which no opm Is pmvidek
&Except mont1i of July.
6 Except month of April. Of 4
T Under Chap. XXV, Laws of 1901, OreVn Denny I pheasants w* protected




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80 1899E)T Aneron Che A D ickso oaetei amln
Souh akoa. Der Londo, MRM nj se Obion.. Roane,.Rtherford
Stewa rt- -nm h- Trouse,W l s
Cater, ulivn....... .......................t ..... al times
Wilgoson cr..e..... t ............. ...........r ... may
Bleso, Cmetam Cofeel, Feksnr ess H amlto n,
F rkmaHyod ........ ...............n .1-O t1114
G r a gr, L a nd eI .J.. . .. . a r. 1- O ct.1I
Harin ... .. ....................Ma.158etl 5 ie
Shelbyn............................... ....Febx.1-Sept.1
Warren --......... .....................F.T.1-Nov.1I
Restrictions in othe conties uncertain.
Squirrel (Shelby Cont oly) ................ Feb. 14eptl(17)o
Quail or partridge:
Anderson, Blount ce, Coffee, Dickson, Fayette, Hlan-
cock, Hardeman Hoston, Jefferson, Knox, Lake, Lon-
don, McMinn, Monro, Roane, Sevier, Stewart, Sumner
Tipton, Williamson .................. Mar. 1-Nov.1I()
Bedford...............................Until Feb. 10,190
Bradley, Greene, Warn......................Feb. 1-Nov, 1
Carter, Hamblen, Haiton, Hawkins, Henderson, Henry,
Johnson, Marion Sulvan, Unicloi ........... Apr. 1-3Ot. 1
Cheatham .................................Mar. 1-COt. 15
Davidson, LincolM. dison ................. Mar. 1-8ept15
Dyer.. .............. ...................... Apr. 1-Sept.1I
Franklin .................................. Apr. 1-Dec.1I
Gibson, Giles, Weakly wilson (law of 1899)._Mar.1I-Nov. 1
Graliger Laderdl ........................Mar.1I-Oct. 1
Hardin..................................Mar. 15Sept15
Haywood, Marshll Motgomery, Rutherford
Feb. 1.Nov, 16
Putnam .....................................Feb. 1-Oct 1
Robertson .................................Feb.1I-Sept1
Trousdale ..................................Jan.1I-Nov.1I
Washington ..............................Feb.1I-Nov. 16
Wilson (law of 1827 ...................Until Mar.,30,1902
Restrictions in othe couties uncertain.
Grouse:
Bedford, Davidson De, Giles, Hamilton, Hen ,Linl
Fjj"
Madison, Mauryx m n.................... F '14Tep t.1
Bradley, Greene, Warn...................... Feb. 1-NoV.1I
Cheatham, Montgoer ..................... Mar. 1-Oct. 15
Grainger ...................................Mar. 1-Oct. 1
Hardin .. .......... .................... Mar.15--ept l5
Robertson, Sumner Trudale ........... Until Apr. 21,1904 Ylo
Shelby .....................................Feb. 1-Sept1
Pheasant:
Bedford, Davidson Dyr, Giles, Lincoln, Madison, Maury,
Wilson ..................... ...... .....M ar.1I-Sepit 16
BradleyGreene,Wre .-......................Feb.1I-Nov. 1
Carter, Hlamilton, Hwins, Henry, Johnson, Marion, Sulli-
van Unicoi, Washngtn .................... Apr.1I-Oct1 4
Cheatham, Montoey .................. u'.Mar. 1-Oct. 15
Grainger .......... I........................Mar.1Ot.1
Hardin _................................Mar. 11Wsept l5
Haywood ...............................P eb. 16Nov. 16
Putnam ............................. .......Feb.1-OcL1
Robertson, Sumn.r Troudale ........... Until Apr. 21,1904
Weakley ...................................Mar.1-Nv.
Chinese bheasant (ecp W arren County, until Feb. 12,1908)0 Until a
Egish and othe (imported) pheasants,
Wild trey:
Bedford, Davieso.. De, Giles, Madison, Maury, Wlson
Bledsoe Fentres6Rha White ............... May tI
Carter, 4reene, Hailo Hawkins, Henry, Johnson Ma-
rion Bullivan, -nol Wahington .......... Apr.1- Io
Cheatna,- Mlonnu mr .....................M.14)t- 15
Frnln.................. ...............Apr.1-Spt 1
Grainger, Audedl .......................Mar.1I-Oct1
Hardin ................................. Mar. 16-8ept16 a
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........................... "Aw, An9ept. 15
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OW (u-ndtr Ober gume birds') .......... Apr.1-
_t --------------------- Feb. I-Nov. I
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------------------ Apt. T i a
------- ............. May, "Opt. I
'dvwoffier tame birds -------- Apr. I-Aug. 1
I DMI Giles Lincoln, Madison, Muu-ry,
Mar. 1-Sept. 15
Feb. 1-Nov. I V
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----------- Feb. 1--Sept. 1
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........................... Nar.I-Nov. 1
......... A ............. Feb. 1-Nov, 1
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----------------------------- j Mar. I&
grouse ............ Feb. I-Aug. 1.
............ Apr. 1--Sept, 14.
-------------------- U-ntfl May 27,
------- --------------------- Nov. 1&-Oct. 16,
Abegpi antelope, quail (see eit- At all timeg.
or, cldu eso Oev-4guit, P3'X=ted
gWnel &0=3 or gume biTM.
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... Dec. 14illy 1.
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"tea. Kinds of gam*.
Washington- Prairie chicken, ap hen (except incountleseastof --d-
(IWL) Nov. lb--Sept. 15; In Kittitas and Yakima counties unt3i A
15,1903).
Plover, rall, sandhiU crane, mallard, canvasback, widgeork, ost.
teal, wood duck, spoonbfll, jKray or black duck opmStail. or
other game duck, swan or omer game waterfowl.
West ViMInis. Deer (exce I lawn, protected at all t1mes) ............. Dft
Quail or V= t= dge ..................................... -
Ruffed grouse, pheasant, pinnated grouse, or prairie chieken.. Dm
Wild turkey ......... ......... .................. ........
Dove.. ........
Woodcock ..... ..... ..........
Snipe ....................... ................................... JnV
Blue-winged teal mallard, wood duck- or other wild duck, Apr-,
goose brant,
Wisconsin I Deer (see exceptions) ......................... ....... Deo.
(IM-190f.j Biaqtfona. Adams, Columbia Marqu'e't't e'--
Salik counties .......... ExceFt last 10 days of November
Deer in red coat or fawn in spotted cost, and all dew
in Wumet, Fond du Lac, Manitowoc, and Sheboygan
counties -, ................................... At all times
Squirrel rabbit ........ MAY
Quail (Chinese., E. n--g-lis h--, M--o- ni-g-oli-a-n- Until
e, grouse, prairie chicken or hen, pheamnt plovez
woodcock, snipe (see also below).
10 Turtle dove, swan ............ ........ ................. .......
Wild duck, brant, or any aquatic fowl, except wild goose and
swan, but including snipe.
Wild goose. ...................................................... MO,
Wyoming ...... Deer, elk, antelope, mountain sheep, mountain goat ........ Do&
(im.) Moose 3 year's ......... :. unta
prairie hen, pheasant ...... Deme.
Mongolian pheasant ..................................... ..... Until
Sa.ge chicken ................................................... OetL.
Dove ............................................................ At all
Plover, anipe, green shank, tatler, godwit curlew, avocet, or X "
other wader, duck, goow, brant.
Wildswan ......................................... .............. A&tan
British Colum- Deer (fawns protected at all times), mountain sheep (ewes Dee..
bia.' and laml s protected at all times), mountain goat.
(im.) Elk or wapiti, moose caribou (cow or calf elk, moose, or cari- Jan.
bo rotected at all times), hare.
Q= = Iish partridge, pheasant ............................. At vA
Grouse, irie chicken ............................. ........... JaMIL
Plover, uck ..................................... -* ........... Mar.
Manitoba ...... Deer, elk or wapiti moose, caribou or reindeer, antelope or Doea.,
(1900.) eAbri (females of loregoispecies protected at all times).
Quail, plover (except uplan plover), woodcock, snipe, sa:ftd- Jan.
piper.
Grouse, pheasant, partridge, prairie chicken .................. Wovl,.
Uplana plover .................................................. i
Duck ............................................... ............ J=
New Bruns- Deer, moose, caribou (see exceptions) .......................... Jan.
wick.' Exceptiow: Cow and calf moose protected: at all times; all
(IM-) moose and caribou west of river St. John protected untU
Sept 15, 1902, and in Albert Coututy until Sept 15, IN&
Partridge ....................................................... Der.
Pheagant ....................... *- ........... ao ................ At &U
Snipe, woodcoeX teal, -wood duck, dusky or black duck, goos% Dft
brant.
Shore or other birds on beaches, islands, or lagoons bordering Jan.
tidal waters of Northumberland Strait, Gulf 6f St lawrenoe,
and Bay of Chaleur.
Newfound- Elk, moose ...................................................... Untu.
land.' caribou ................................................ ........ FVW
(1899.) Hare, rabbit ................. ; ....................... -.: ........ mar.
Ptarmigan or willow grouse dge), other use, plover Jan.
snipe curlew or I other wil or migratory bwexoept wila
geesei.t t
NorthweetTer- Deer, elk Dm
, moose, caftbou antelope ............................ t4z.
ritories. Mountain sheep, mouni 6 goat ........................ ....... Deo.
(IM-) Buffalo .......................................................... AX an
Big game In southeastern Assinibola (we p. 87) ................ Tintial
Grouse, partridge, prairie chicken .............................. Dft
Snipe, sandpiper, *fid duck ......... ; ............... woo .........
For sale seamus we 66.
Except July 16-Oct.1
May be cloied for any locality by stipendiary nuqWrste
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0 regqon east of the, Cw
in tbi *&tcriv part of the State' but %
protected'.'m"W "the coiinties. Protectiou,
1h California, 061ara&,,bAinna, Montanff,
* UA, Cojumbia, New Brupmytp, NovA Scotia and,,
41"Virgim% The perio& exw1m*Jji,1902'in IdAp,,
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......cton on!!!! methods..f..unting..............ly
applyii no.ny.ote.....rn, ot, n 'ogb t
plce anicndtiiiivenigihekigofgae
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thsiesrciosin t rupteinioialodr
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twoiii manhaig:() etitoso otiso ml
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deies iht o n thutng osfret,!
restictons urrundig hntig, sch s trppig,
iiiii nihisotngin klig aii n w Lw
......... reure et rear glcne, lhuhpoel
iiiii genera sujcaeo nog motnet
iiiiiisideration.
uTiS
Retrcton o gnsreae hifl t sze Anubr----
proibt heus o sivl r ivt un i te killing
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gae h em'i u'susdi hscneto ab
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.VflW"m*mm#mmm
- 1 t -
...........
hat Ai*s tt6 'run at large are such as
them to localities where thev' may disturb
-e Yermont the posses-
R[aine, Ne hii 15 and
within the State is made unlawful. and New York
msession in Adirondack Park. The use of ferrets
it mi rabbits and hares is interdicted in a few.States.
CONDMOWS.
Alluring., apd 66fting are. prohibited by many States, which
'd extermination of
these methods cause game-
Imseasometimes enwurage the ti-A' ng of quail, as the
ppi
for sale when trapped thanwhen shot; ut
V discountenanced, and some States make it sm
_f4isalebitvds which show no evidence of ha-ving' 'men
thim by tr4pping. Several States specifically 'pro-
-,6:f gt*n or-other food that has been soaked". in-opltftflo,
-Orm Polsonj for the putpMe-of st-qpery"mg or
Abothitg is treated under, 6vo heAds 'big game And m art, I
A
difterent laws night is variously defined, but it usuafly i87' ,
one, hour after sunset to one h6ur't before sun-rise. A
$nOwtinclud0s whsLt is, known as 'crusting big 94me., or
it is 'yarded,' and tracking and shooting rabbits and
UA the ground issnow oovared. The various -restric-
egard to outfits and concerning con&tions of hunti or.
t
6- loup"g, table:
ProAiih*d m4 o& of huntiv.
proilitiiions, Jua
figum inMeaW qualified pFoWbitions, as exphdned the
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V r o t .. ..... .... .... .... .... ..... .... .... x x x .... X .... X ..
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Qu b c....... .x .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... ... bS .. 8 .. .... ,
I iling bthe means than shooting with a gun. S, More than a short d&t*
1aua cover. .,Util October 15, 1905. 4, Ducks, on the marshes. 5, Birds; pseii
gra also prhbted. 6, Quail, except on one's own premises. 7, Baiting doves g
Nbot allo:e excpt rowboat or push boat. 9, From boat, etc., on waters of State,
n for pups of shooting wild fowl also prohibited. 11, Except on birds fii
opnn of shotn season, but firearms must not be carried at the time. 1t,BRg
an muntshee. 13, Quail; until November 1, 1903. 14. Deer, quail, partridges
loale frequne by rabbits or game birds during close seaso-n for rabbits, unie
owe.18, Exep in Long Island Soiind and Gardiner and Peconic bays. 17,Exeti
Budand Sa n ekli Gardiner, and Peconic bays, and except from September*
InG t Sout a west of Smiths Point. 18, Until August 15, 1902. '19, zisept *a
-o, 1nay cunt were there Is a close season for hares and rabbits. 01, Except on
one~R sttoaybin Inurrituck Sound at nisht. Applies only to nonreeldents ad
-aovr Brs- c, Currituck, and Dare counties (not applicable to licensed naelf
Incetan wat-r ofare County). it, All boat. prohibited on the Columbia River and (
exetthe Wilamtt River and Its tributaries above Oregon City. a5, Praidie
Ck~yonly. n Bi4-s w, Only mn Anderson, Claiborne, Campbell, Cooke,
adUi.on oa.es W8, Deer and othet animals. 27, Taking quail orpatie
or go",ex..p -it a gun. $8, Partridge, pheasant, grouse, prairie chicken,
wa ;quail, pi ted grouse, Imported pheasnts at all times. SS, Wild towlt 4l4
-rws 80, In Far Prince William. Stafford, King George, and IRelrico 00Mii
ton"rd---o =h State. 01, Except from land; does not apply to goose AasI ae
1ebe to Noemer 1, west of Cascadee. SA In open water. No, Ezcept apta
lims$5, Dor .7, In non-tidal waters. 88, During close season In localitie hee4
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----_------- 1,0099h or 2 of 'one kind In a semsm .
- ---------------
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-------------------- %rjOjkOb&4*Y- 50 in possession at oue Ume.
--------------- 5' mi Oinie 41 j- 36 in one year, 36 may be
ablMed In, one yew.
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day
------------------ 4by6uepemson, by one party, in oneAas .
fmountainabeep, moun- 4 in-a sesson.
--------------------------- 2 in a season.
- --------------------- 24 In one day; 20ma'00 Oqde&mtof the
State under eaeh DonrWdt mt Hdomqi .
grotme, 25 in one clay or in
12 may not
4 within the State inone-,,i
birdsor -4-181mmaybe
one nonresident license.
------------ 2 in a season-
------ 14n a season.
plover, 15 of each in one day,- 15 of any
dn'Sky duck, WW, may be transported at one
ummrLu of one Pemn.
Win Oime 'd&y; 15 may be
i'A. -6he time as the property of one
....... ------- 3 in one year.
3 in a season; 3 deer ma y
within the State by I person
Nov. 10.
--------------- I oteach in a seamn.
-------- 26 m_* one day-
6inaseason-
10
se, 11 V Tzhi6chick6h fool 2D In one day.
"m mrue &-re.
I of each or 2 of -one ]dud in a soagon
251none day-, 50 may be had in poi
at one time.
swan
10 in one, day or In p0aftmon one tb0h;
2 in a mmwxL
------ 2 in a. acasou; only I canbe LrabsportkO
a imo. Export pmblbfte&
-------- 36 in a season; only 12 can be, Wmnmpqv*A
at Athne. Exptqt pmhibfte&
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10iuouo day-
m in, one day; 100 in one week
2in a soaam
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DION" OF
Limib qf rim &V*- Conunuodpl
Game.
WlwonAn ....... Deer .................................... 2 in a, season- 1 deer
on eaoh of j6 2
birds at once may Zbe
Ident if 'accompam
,or anivnid Maybe
reiddent Ju one yew.
Wyoming......... Deer elk .................... 2 of each In a season.
AnFelope ...... 8 In a season.
Mountidn sheep, 1 of each in a wwson.
BrItish Columbia Deer .................................... 10 in a season.
Elk, moose ............................. 2 of each In a season.
Caribou mountain "t_ ............. 5 of each in a season.
MonnQn sheep ........................ a in a season.'
Duck ................................... 260 in a seasom
Manitoba ....... Deer, elk, moose, ciulbou, antelope .... 2 In all in a sewn.
Grouse, partridge, prairie chieken, 2D in one day; 100 in a seawzL
pheasant.
New Brunswick. Deer ..................................... 2 in a season.
Moose, caribou ......................... Number in a wAwn nomed to
Newfoundland Caribou ........... ....................... 3 stags and 1 doe; under $80
license 7 iia two mouths.
NorthwestTerri- Deer, elk, moose, caribou .............. 3 of any spedes in a
torim food for self or fimily).
Grouse, partridge, pAeasant, prairie 20 altogether in a diLy.
chicken.
Nova &OU& Moose, caAbou ......................... 2 of each in a mason.
Ontario ....... .. Deer, moose, caribou .................... Inall2deerlmooseorl earl
Quebec.' i&;iiI. Deer, caribou ........................... 2 of each in a season.
Moose .................................. I in a season.
Zow 2. Caribou .... .................. ......... 4 in a season.
I The commimioner of lands, forests, and fisheries may grant permi-Aon (on payumtbt ot,
take 3 additional deer and 3 additional caribou.
LICENSES FOR HUNT,' G 03EL ING GARB.
In some sections of the United States. notably in Missourili, *6
lege of hunting is not extended to nonresident, and, in Vi
unlawful for nonresident to kill wild fowl in certain pAU of, tho
In twenty-one States and everywhere in Canada licenses
swured before nonresident may hunt certain game or hunt
In nine States and two Canadian Provinces a like
imposed on residents, but the fees are usually very much
often merely nominal.. Thus in Nebraska, South Dakota,
and Wisconsin resident licenses cost $1, while nonmsidoiit
vary from $10 to $25, according to the State; in North
Michigan the fee for residents is 75 cents, while that for, no
is $25. In Minnesota 25 cents and $25 are the respective
licensw to shoot big game. In Wyoming the sname
observed:I*n the issue of 'gun licenses I for hunting big gamer
being chaxged a fee of $1 and required to securA licenses-
shooting in counties other than those in which they reside,,
midents pay $0 for the privilege of hunting anywhere
%te. Some of the Canadian licenses are even more expensive,.
'On any waters, m hes, or bewhes within the jurle&cUon.-of the StA*,,
the head of tide water I except on Eutern Shore); from WdO or sink box in
Henricos Kin George, Prince Willfam, and Stafford countive; in
Xorffi=pton counties, unless nonresident is a meraber of the 4-dom
Protective Association.
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Special Hoonse with
tsfr 7MU10 n-onmident, licemes;
the 0; M_ PLI
Issued, f6r the 'seasoin7 and: thus e C
States-Mori4 Jbiv* Maryland, South Da-
and, West Virginia-ilmy, are good only, in a 4ugle
ii. for 46bse county licen" vary froin $1 to W.
-is fe-quired to secure-a hicense'to hu-n-t in
-th'"" thatin''which he resides., lit- Mmyland there is
go ta& county is subj ect to a separate law-'Allegany,
Fredr-irick, ISIon'tgomery, Waihington,'Wioo-,
ownties have no license laws. I Some of the
md Virginia requii-re nonresidents,'to moo*
Aaxido*ners befor6hunting, and in. NorthC4,rol"'.1
(CWe of 18837 see. 2831) prohibits canyon
'of auotfier, wAhoiat F1111 Sion om the
=,,XOTW (Niol na go farther and -require hunters.'
64.1 CWAitkdonally the hunting privilegea cov
0 4re, sold to nonresident Mi return for payment
i* othe, r 66nMeration, and the permit becomes in'
"th this dilterencel, that it
aerWu trwt of land instead of in the whole
6 are requ*ed only for hunting certain k nda of
ralnWoy aire issueA only for hunting 4ee ljj
e, in'Florids for deer, qjnO, a nd turkey$6
?
10 igawi6. In part of Dare C6unty, N. a,
40400od'of club houses beforemembers m!%Y
va7 Awne 666ngx n
greofshiwingoutof theSWfP;*%
r6n rs ,Y e that it -shall V
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hi :Lro"imma t-o, n
its Obunfies, to requir.q.
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DIGOIT Ir 0"1
IF --icese fee of market hnes Co o issue
at f $1 deportation license eses at $1, n aklies s
=ona olorado, and Orego meseilprmits Upon
- thfih commissioners oam wadnalowing si
ouo the State for breeding aupoesgIht be well i
fieo issuing permits in th csobidintended for
weemore general. It is nobncnfitwt the spirit of 4
lw)and under State supriso wilihrly interfere
prpe eforcement, while, othohehad, it may mt
inotaiing a supply of bir&fresoln covers in other
Deaisin regard to nonresietlcne are given in the
tabl. I a few tats a addtioal ler's fee,, 26 cents(
reure oucvr cotousun h iese, but this itep"
incudd n te fees given blw
Kn Fee. By wk Beaark
Aran a ...... Nonresident.. $10.00 vMrk .........
Dlwr....... Nonresident.. 5.00 De C-tv 2 o ahemeqai
plads........ Nonresident-.. 10.00Clr circ-i cort of County Hoense hge
Georgia. ------------- .--- 25.00, ofcouy ......... Perm iINg
doves, and turkegg
optional Witheal
..fno -----.- Nonresident.. 10.00 uSry of sae.......... Expires June L
port of 26 birdd
Idaa......... Nonresident_. 25.00Clr circui court of Permitsepra
I couty, State. Non
Ioa........... Nonresident.. 10.00 Cony audito ............ Countylicense.
Permits
311e........... Camp keeper. .5.00 Co mssioers o Inland
Guide (resi- 1m.00 d .... .... ..........
dent).
Guide (non- $20 .00 ... ------------- .--
Game....... ....... ...... ........ ------- Moose, $6:der
game i
mite
Deer sale ..... ....... -..... ...----.-In-eitles-more
habitats $*-
Deerekin ..... 5.00 ... o......... .......... Pe rt
tanning
M rlnd ....... Nonresident .. ....... ...................... Bl t ore
Ce-il 0 (ilmg
Kinnwta......H~eW nn- 5. 0 Bardof gam an f Annie, t Iay
resident): Talbo -
-- ...... No n urefsho nt. 25r0 trp ing era tllez on ..... e es n O
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SZ." OD For i yftr ftom date vf'ImLi :
Deer. =flx eAt, and
.26 _.___doL__- ------ Do.
_215 00 ftLte gameand Deer, ell1r, moome. motint",
Ikoo ------------ 2"_L '_ came bird&
10.00 Game and flah e9mmis- Permits eX
j" I PDrt Of 60 b1to
doner. Expuive Deeember 3L,
1,0D ----do -------------- ...... MobewuT OmWde of eoumW of
Dot- 31, #
0 County auditor -------------
.16 _do ---------------------- Jkt6mbertL
111k %ir h, J6W
m4ft4 0,
10 CM Q&mje and fores1ky warden- Mdnfe K 'v M'
berSL Ift m
Owoty treamrer ------------
-----------------------
26LOO -----,do ---------------------- 0ounty, He"- 1pr b*
Tsgued A cW,
31. Non
-------------------- Do.
of Mvmue AReghany, A*mda,
BotetouA.
Widgv, $10 liok
am 4 C;; of
Im" $10
quail)- ense
#0 4 ty anditor ------------- CknnAy lie for 1
SWexiriforkillin elk-,
L W __do ------ ------------------ County license for I year.
reqtdredef VemnBuft
Mayboobtainedbyresid
of Oze&u and Idaho.
'M00 Clerk, (A eoiuity donA ..... cotmty license for I yow.
titty of stftte. --- ------ All gum mcluding -do".
Permits export 42 doerand
50 birds In one yeor.
------- AB game except deW.'
' JLVO Cbiafly el wjk- -------- ------- AR gam. Perr#t -taai dr-,
r tation Iqf 2 deot; 26 "10-
lai d' gime saw
40 # ape or wate fowl in ofie,
Jtoow of tjhLo peil4e -------- For I seisoaL' P'g oRmde.,
-------------- For I wasm B* gwoo.
Mquixed for 066**. of
....... .......... Pbor ahWip-mmmant of
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umnm jbr huwing vww--(30
Provinow Kind Of Fee. By whom Imue&
license.
'Wevorldlingazw Nonresident.. $a oD ?tipendlary magWra"- jto- 2 star
tice Of th peace;
ter (or depluty) of marine
and fishehes; any game
warden. Of
Nonresident.. woo .....do ...................... 3
Nonresident. woo _----_------- 5 St 2doe
f 2 montb&
Nonresi d e n t 26.00 .....do ...................... 11:r "Yme!t
NorthweetTerri- Nonresident. 15-00 Cominissioner of agricul- 'Expirm Dec 21.
stores. ture at Regina.
Guest ......... I. OD Game gmardlin ............. For gamw (n C,
adjacent
-of residents
with thWIL
lqova scotial Nonresident.. so.oo Provincial secretuT or AH game.
chief gamewarden. fro-M Lug. L
Nonresident.. 10. OD _..do ...................... Birds, MeS.SX4
for 1ye4r ftm
Onbulo .......... Nonresident.. 25. 00 Chi6f varden .............. TWO licensm l0q,
by I huater an
ditiom
Resident io. oo .....do ...................... Moose and ImIldbit
Resident 2.00 .....do ...................... Deer.
Quebec .......... Nonresident.. 25. 00 CommOmioner of I&uds, for- General license *6
ests and fisheries.
Nouresident.. 2D. 00 .....d; ...................... aame animal
Nonresident.. 10.00 .....do ................ Gaine bird&
Nonresident.. i. 6o ...Ao ............................. Game blrds.
I lAcenses not required of taxpayers, or of former re sidents who are members Of ft
Fishery Protection Society, and in government em er certain condidou&
bjloy, und
'Separate license required for shooting game bi sin Gulf of St. IAwrence-
In t4 connection it may be well to call attention to the
.law regArdoing nonresident hunters. Those who visit Csn*4
are required to de
purpose of hunting, camping, etc., Posit -
customs officer at the port of entry an amount equal to the
percent of appraised value) on such guns, canoes, tejl*
utensils, kodaks, etc. as they take with them. If these a
erly identified, are taken out within six months at the SMOIJI
which they were carried in, the deposit will be returned.
bers of shooting or fishing clubs that own preserve's in
have -filed a guarantee with' the Canadian commi ioner of
may present club membership certificates in lieu of making tMe
The #.',
y ruust, however, pay duty on all ammunition ind
carried in.
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mt to'-th, e time for MMing'
31 gpxq I asid the
the kil Ii ng or, pomm dou of game
34
Restrictions of thig kintf m'y
*Pr fbe'f our heads Market' M in
Owrw and 'Sale,.'
01-, A-
;*tA
"',flopelpffieadvefitof railroads in
tbm6&.to Mo&oda' re eration, has
inAmnces threatens with
Mm in the United Stat6s.
it niiLybe, is sM2Lu
*"-bxkeL With avle to-prev
pr enting
SomeSt tes have probibited kifling tor
-,-f 4_;'g*ue taken within the State or
0, Fro-
kifliog for mde, of ;squiMl, quail,
t
6ickbu, wUd iu*ey,
i, u;nd woodcock; Pennsylvanu deer.-
wild turkey, wppdi o4k;-
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DIGIft OF 0AIMt WA I
*W N .
been directed toward at opping souv* of WSAWI"-
hibita purchase of hides or horns of de r, elk, woow,
tain sheep, and goat; and in some other States dealers W4 1
obtain special licenses for handling hides of doer and
big game. (For restrictions on shipment of deer hides
PWSESSION AND STORAG2.
One of the -most limpartant features of game 1 &'
the gTadual increase of provisions making the pbssession bf#
of season an offense. Prohibitions against killing can biy
only against the hunter,. who may be merely the agrent of
but penalties for possession can be enforced Mike
and dealer, agent and employer. The enforcement of sue
has given rise to cases which have been carried to the
Acknowledgment has been slow of the principle that #0
impose restrictions on possession of game,' or that birds',,'
purchased in open season can become contraband simply i
kept a few days in storage. It is unnecessary here, tp revi4',
tory of this litigation; but reference m#y be made to a acwwl 1
decided by the supreme court of Indiana, in which the
convicted of having in his possession on February 5, 1
quail, which he had obtained lawfully on December 30 previous
kept *in his refrigerator,'notwithstanding that the law of
hibited possession of quail in. that State after January 1. #
this case the court sii marized the whole question briefly
lowing'words:
The Wividual has no natural right to take; game, or to wquire property
all the right he possesses or can possess in thi respect is grauted him by
The power to grant embodies the power to ftnpose conditions.
citizen when he accepts the State's grant, accepts it impressed with all
.tions and limitations laid upon it, and when he aequ*es property under
he does so with full notice of his qualified right; and so, if he loam that
taken, or held possession of, upon forbidden terms, he has lost twtAing "
him, and there has been no taking of property without due process of lowi,
just compensation. (Smith v. State, 68 N. E. Reporter, 1045.)
Similar decisions have been rendered in Afinnewta (Statev,
58 Minn. 393) and other western States. Thesupreme
souri has. even gone so far as to hold that under a law P
Posseasion. during the close season' a contract on the part 6f
storage company to keep game during the close season
(U[aggerty v. St. Louis Ice Co., 44 S. W. inc) In'On
Michigan (Acts of 1893, p. 312) and Minnesota (lAws of 189K7,
dedared that birds protected by law shall always remain the wperty of
Wben their killing is not prohibitod, they may be, used in the MaMer
purposes authorized, but not otherwim
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54 DIORST OF 0
denied. In rendering this decision the axtrt
Connecticut,' and dispof*d of the qu"on as follows:
The decision (Geer v. Contiectieut) is based upon the' xxnentoA
exists between the qualified ownership in game and the perfect
in other property. If game when reduced to an
in the ordinary sense of the word, it would belong to commerce;
abjeet of control by the State, in the exercMi of its police power.
opinion.noroomto between the right to take game out of
the right to bring it within the State. Iuter ate traffic is affected SO,
case as in theethier. It is not materW that in one case I the Irill of
counWed by the limitation which the law puts upon its use, by pro
tation, while in the other the enforcement of the law against the
rendered prscUcable by maki its possession for sale unlawful. The
sought in each case *18 the same, and the law in eaeb cam is a legidmato
the police power of the State.
Illinois specifically provides that the sale of certain gumo
from other States shall be lawful at certain seasons,'Othol ,..
kind of game killed within the State can not be sold at
Miasouri, New Mexico, aDd Pennsylvania mtrict prohiVi
sale of game to that taken within the State. NO
,storage but not the sale of imported game during the close
State for similar game. In a few instances prohibitions
of certain game are so general as to afford protection o-vers
Area. Thus ruffed grouse can not be sold in New Brunawi*
Manitoba, Maine, Now Hampshire, Massachusetts, Conn
Jguu, or Minnesota. Antelope can not now be shipped from
although they may still be killed in Colorado, Idaho,' NiB
gon, Washington, -and Wyoming. Practically every SteU
prairie chickens occur has now prohibited their sale or e
the exposure for sale of these birds in any State where
Occur,, as in-any city east of Indianapolisis strong indiestiow
.tion of law.
The following table is intended t6 show two very dis
(1) The species which each State and Province prohibits
at all seasons. (2) The extension of time beyond the
regular op'en semon allowed dealers in some States, to ens
dispose of game on hund which can be lawfully sold wi0k.,
The two lists have little in common except that they both
the head of restrictions on sale, of game.
'In wInch the Supreme Court of the United States upheld the consti
the nonexport, law of Cminecticut.




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p=td e gp*W4-."
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(Ok Id" of any of said unin"), 4lda% b0b-
pxdridg grouse, pheamut, d6v%
wfld duck, g~,, brunL,
se* of lemale deer or those without
j partridge, grouse, pheks-
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pheasant, for sale -pro--
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ootkboit, anteloM mountain
"Jnotuo axn, gt" (and hideb of preceding
.-RarWdke, grouse, prairie e1tiek-
X, Mbugolian pheasant,
fox.-I Ua), quail, ruffed Sale
pippaUd grouse (pmirie may be wI& b4eg ,
IM40d within limits of later and'enil 6 aiO
wit ucker than regular ej)w-fj ,
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India Pal'trifte. Imported game M,
Oct. I-Feb. 1. .0,17
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days thereafter.
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vd (PUying aW probib-
or Wdsfor sbijmgnt bp-youd
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'by locEd desaers
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taken to
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DIGEST OF GAJM LAW197 t
Restricions on oake of game-Conined
State&ale prohibited at all times. Sale
4+i
Haliax ......Quail or partridge....................... .......
Henderso WVild towl or game of any kind .................
Rowa ....... Quail or partridge, grouse or phasant,tre,4
dove, woodcock.
Warrn .......Quail or partridge ......... ................. ...
North akota Deer, ruffed grouse, pinnated grouse,prie
chicken,~~~I~er saleaie roswodok
ybomn ............ Pquircae ou fed or hors of dee, lk, ie&
pant e, moutinsep, ountak, inle gohi
eon &
Pennsylania Dprare chl, plovide, snipe, snpaperil
cock. occ, ae i h Sae
South C an Qa ioarige taken41 tMhe S4 befose and..
Sot Daot Sm- Douser, el epfl, mti she ---_--
fTrtes............. DePranteiddei,quie cpartuide) grue rairie
Newfoundlandcke ....te ..rouse.).. ..ong..oli.a....o....ng- "
O Pario........... Qualor partridge woodeock n ipunt il 1.....S..le.
P Wla 1shm!lillintoii... Elk mose caibu kille wihi th Stt; er
Quebe .........ich ofr, smp parride, untcio) 908..l, *par e
gan, i~season"
WyClsaomn de.....Pnda on reuaions o on of game crnm el, -o
anelpe monansep onangapo
hiitd
Brts ouba l;fml n on fdemoe onanSl:fo
shee; gous (exeptblu grose) Enlishpar frm o
trige pham.qual.caibou
montla
cam toum
sew
Maitb ......Der lmoscxbuatlp (xetha
an hie) ufgrue.pesnt.prrde
p hcen lvr sie adppr od
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Ne rnwc.. abdeIuti et 510 ..... ----- os lL
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Northest erri-Mounain heepmounain gat .....
tols .......Priiecice, nes apuedb
New oun lan .... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...... ... ... ...
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10 days
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PRIM OF GAIM
0M, of he most important suhii3ets Of g-ame
In game, and on I thils.account deserveg
Some of- the leading topka under hc*d
lpok kxffeijil 'Shipping within the State,' '- Export'from
TrAmportation of game for propagation,' each, of
UP, bi 46fidl below.
JWAR3MFG PACKAGES.
"*.Y Ad nquires thafij ev( Typackage
-when A ped by i6terstate commerce m
150 as to* "--the sj d ad&v-ss Of the shipper
The laws of Colorado, Connecticut,
Wisconsin Now Brunswick, and Ontario-
'of fu* or gume to bear a mark in(ficating
# vner* statements w 'gume I or Jbirds are not
MW nakwe of the contents, and the marks should,
the*4ii'of &we, but also, if possible; the ammmt in
#W of, 06 ''ULgv dis&ibuted by commWow,
a list of the game and a space for the. ship
of the tag., and in some cases the addftw
#whWis yrg w*tered on *the books ot the cow-
4,,%tWked to 'the package the
aA orms
-abd ti p, cpatents of thePackwe is
ibk- to the "Mom""'T,
of"the, reverse si&.
#D.Wjn a businesses, and, as"M
dt, TkOA and vbgetables; bnt t W#;
Aa such
p0er, who ukes such
.f 0
anda sta&ement of
to avoid the,
Ur evaslon of the- '
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be laily"rkd n te obd tkl-
oonsgnee theinital ointof Vllin *A
stteen ofteqatt fgmecnandteos
thtalbp oes n aclbeie ern
cotnsadtenaeadadesofte-wems
tosmtecnenM eea fth he eur
gaebrscridhmeb prse ob
owne's ameshiped s bggag, ad trnsprtodope
isacmo rciet fradgm yepmu
milaignmwihtehp faoiigs ii;bt
an icni as tteeta ocnet sp
of $6 t $10 an in regn b a fne f $10 t $6
meto~ oformots o y oh6n n
Ralba ndeprs cmaie hol cl te--w
agnst hsepoiin adiss ha l ak
makdbfr hpet n ersacmo xkes
ited, une eat f$5to$0,fo eevn
gaentpoel aee. nTxste a xZ
pakgs n nAkna te a ds hmt *
neesr n a vnrfs akg' upsdt
gaefrexot.I Wsoni pckgs ffihorgvF
makdmyb ezdad odb aewres
Vaiu eie hv enrsredt'i vdn
Gaehsbe hpe n ruki utrkga rW
dresed c~utry uttr,)or 4b osehld gods' ad 4
bern ipe drssso umeso|nknosy
mentsiiiiiiiii ofcnens l sc eiosaeclal
exoe hog iseto ygaewreso
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8014 by tht r4ur,
Tt xlm m Sbatoo
g*sevp
gun*," .133"y reArlictions W, t
to
vi, 61jna and T6iI41
iegimatio .068joeruing Sbv---
,,to, "vort from, co"tio
_s j, Ocogh th
y
)tn the Staw law'. Ift
9t
ud New'York prohilA, *hc, .4b*mmt of.
'where killed; -but these,,_ *ft- 6v, m'
the Sbite as a'unit.
Ae cari
$taw of moosel
uu&-r certain conAi:
Ormbut, 'prohibits the general
one deerWith
"iW Probibitinj gencirral-
4r hr6uoh- any eountv. silo
-by the owner, but
46*1*AnVoft d by'the same )Crsm-
ewise not be tr"s-
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60 ~DIGEST or GARE LAWS irs1W7,
ithe case of scientific specimens anbre
may e tanported under special permit oftha
Nevda ncldes transporting among the prohbto
bcept male deer and antelope.
prohbitthetransportation of all game protectd bh
ai game; Wyoming, big game only; I
bidsony;Connecticut, upland game birds ony;a swr,
AE
gaeidsab eeVent dnicia, dralope
exportp ohi cer tain game.wsetbihdb teSpeeCutl
P1 VI. entcy, iana an issiipse to
sclaws; Virginia also has no general State law btsveral'
counties prohibit shipment.
In Maine, New Hamtpshire, Vermont, Indiana Mini, W,
Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota, Wyoming, Colordo Nwf1L
an pssbly a few other States, sportsmn ar aloed to
liitdamont of ga me .out of the 'tt under rpca
In fw Slates exceptions.to the la 1rhiitn export
madei tle case of birds and alsa inene f pp. 60-67.)
Deer can not be lawfully exported from Alabaa Floriday
th States or Territories west of the Misissipp(ect
mana loa, anid Louisina), or any of the Staes not of
and Potomac rivers (except Ilinois, Ohio, Dlwr, New,,'
Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts. I onians
not be sold; in Deaware they doth occur adiIlnois, To
Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Isadthey trak
tecedat all seasons indefinitely or for a ter fr yasaT11
ment of deer hides is prohibited by special pro iinin the 1
California, Florida, Nevada, New Mexico, Oreon and
Washington and British Columbia prohibit killing -er for
Ontario, British Columbia New Brunswick, and Nendlam
shipment of green hides only under license. Th siping*a
big game is so generally prohibited that, althog antlope
may still be killed in half a dozen western Stata can o
exported. Consequently the sale of either ante or elk
market east of the Mississippi River is evidence ofvoation
at least on the part of the shipper.
Gee v. Connecticut, 161 U. EL59




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AgAiMA
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nOEMaK I Oate W ntaiia4 North
quail are waxe%,"d in Mont"A the sai *44,
jaming of tleA6, W&_-are *st -present unlawftL
which i e chickens occur now1w a poo
of this law combiac4 vAi e sale
is_,to uiake the sale of p ethicken illegal
-W c0ed to the following table, which contains
Irow export by each State:
by Sde [a=.' J-
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AtO.",
Kiods of game-Penallie&
vW
6q trtdd ge, grouse, prairie chicken, ph
ft xip6ft' plkeasant, wijdj4rkvy, woodemk-penalty,
s4eep, amount* quail bob
MMtU*ey; dove,,mmpq raH wild duck, =bran
of fin C08ts
ke. -Pinnated groom chicken, w
$&=eagh4eeir S25--" for z1f1phmated grouse,.
Urd
rw,*ar.% grotlft prwne chkkm pheasant, dovv wild
ew, ibis, *iM dock exmpt for propagat'
pcnM-.T$ or
buffialo, ino=unin sheep, -4ur 1 9TOUWI
en, ft Lid Zfe
Pheafta
enne, 4ftCk, g6OA-. '6-IaUt, MV]fin WAbffffO*l
t Ve'r 9= Wid
a -W de ty'410-410D xnd,310 add!UbA4
b"Ooo bo o* W
A
Or, robin "dents a180 PM_ kWthd
or-
a, 1or 'Wnd,
12 wovUii.
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or -,"Oft
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openly fo knpcio i-pnalty o0f each birdan
Iowa ..........qpantdgrue pa
-,n&1 189......... Qul,,grouse, pinnated grouse, prairie chicken,
pen t"y,1 00I, costs, and attorney fee of V10
-~~~~~~ 89.....Demoe and game birds (quail ruffed grouspeaa
cocof te woods, black game, plover, woodcock, mn'l
duck, dusky or black duck, teal, gray duck)-penalty,
deer or moose, $5 for each bird.
-aryland, 1808-1900:
Anne Arundel ... 1,partridge, pheasant, woodoock-penalty, 85 for ec i
Caroune ......... Itabbit quail, on idg, -woodcock-penalty, 85 foreahrt d
Frederick ....... 8quirre, partridge, pe nt, woodcock, taken in couny
Kent ............ Squirrel, rabbit, or any bird taken in county forsa
Montgomery .... -Partridge, pheasant, wild turkey for sae-penalty,
Queen Anne..... Rabbit, partridge, woodcock, taken in county for
bird.
Somerset ........ Squirrel, rabbit, partridge, pheasant, deve, woodcock, duckg
45=for each animal or bird.
Washington ....,. Deer, squirrel, rabbit, pridge, pheasant, wild turkey, t*a af
sale-penalty, $1
Wicoicto and Quail or partidge (both counties considered as one territory)
Worcester.
-asschusetts, 1890. Quail, ruffed grouse, woodcock-penalty, 820.
Mihigan, 1893 ...... Deer, elk, moose, caribou, squirrel, quail, partridge, prairie
grouse, spruce hen, Mongolian or English pheasant, wla
pigeon, plover, sat woodcock, duck, goose, brant, or other
fowl-penalty, 610-.
Minesota, 1897-1L901. Deer, elk, moose, caribou, quail, partridge, ruffed grouse,
cikeni, pinnated grouse, sharp-tailed or white-brese
English, or Chinese pheasant, dove, upland ploer aipe,
dluck, goose, brant-penalty, $50-49100 and costs, or i
for each deer, elk, moose, or caribou; $10-V25 and coots, or
100 days for each'bir.
=u-mii, 1901 ........ Deer, quail, phinated grouse, prairie chicken, wild turkey, tanmi
out of county in which killed-penalty, $25-U100. (Law not
game imported from other States.)
Nebraska, 1901 ....... Deer, elk, antelope, quail, partrde haat rue
chicken, sage chicken,- w idtrey, wil pigeon, dove, vr
leg, urlwcrane, duck, goose, brant, swan-penalty for
norleents, fine $50-8100, or Imprisonment not exceeding ft
dents, fine $5 for each bird, or imprisonment not exceedingi W
Nevada, 1901 ......... Deer, antelope, mountain sheep, or idea or horns of said aias
sage chicken, prairie chicken, dove, wild duck, or
birds-penalty, 328200M, or imprisonment 10-90 days, or
ew Hampshire, 1901 Deer, moose, caribou (unless open to view, tagged, and accmpelt
pheasant, blackgame, sharp-tailed grouse,caecis-pnl
New Jersey, 190112.... Hare, rabbit, squirrel, quail or partridge, ruffed grouse or
grouse, Englfish pheasant, ring-necked pheaat, woodoc
cach animal or bird.
--1iexco,89... Der lkantloe, mountain sheep, mountain goat (or hkie of
ankals) I qui, partridge, grouse, prairie chicken' pheaa
Chinese phesat, wild turkey-penalty, $25-81 or h
dys, or both fine and imprisonment.
New York, 1900-41901. Game or birds taken in the Stte, Inclnding deer, elk, antel
bou, squirrel hare and rabbit, quall, grouse, MOn Ia n
ants, plover, Wilson and English anipe, Woo curlew,
mud hien, gallinule, water chleken, duk, gosera
mammals, 5100 for each violation and an adtonal fo
antelope, or caribou, and $25 for each moose; birds, 0fo
and an additional $25 for each bird.
NortlCarolina, 1883- Qualor partrid nalty, tine not exceeding $0, or ita
1901. ceeding 80 days Wild lowl, Ourrituck Cotmty ovy, Mr
Cleveland ......... Partridge for profit frmcoutnty-penalty, nte Aor
20 days.
Unrrituck ......... Wildtowl, April 1 to November 10-penalty, W2-360, or
exceed Ing 80 days.
I Blue Mountain Forest Aaociation permitted to ship derelk and moose kille in its
ILaw not applicable to English or rfng-neck pheAants deon presem eesprga




5. "P
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7t -F
or Wildfowl
fte for We frQm-eonnty -Ver
N for 30, days or more,
'grouse, Phemant, wwtt*6yi'do le'
ceeding $1 it,66-*^ ar both,,,
00, or Imptisoam*n
from couni en4ty, fine or im
TV
Tw
moose, 'caribou anteloM buffalo, x tam, ah ep, mot, **
bWkei;, pinnate'd grouse, Hbaxp--Wled grouse, woode6qk3wild du,
wild 8wan nalty, $100 for ea& anhnA $101a
ed grouse or phe&,;a-n Tairie ch*
t JEen, XougoU46t,
or ring-necked pheasant, Id turkey, w4)od
all-
ltqi alb.grouse, Prairie chicken, MongcollaTi or 6th'e'
plowir-poenal ty, f o r shipp er, $25-V,00 and costs;
cost^q
Jl 04 moose,,itiountitin sheep (or hides of said amdln- W's
of qoajl or bobwlhite English or gray paxtri dge,.
40, -phewiwt, M ngolian, sil-ver, golden4,
F he4mnltst pmirie chicken, wild turkey
4 due)ki, 9 other wild fo (e'x
,abipp=e r p es)
bre a] 0".
a6d doo gor iuioris6iiment for r or I
"d iXhprisonment.
-unil, artridge, gTome, pheasant,
,wilx turkey, reedbird, plover,
In the,$tate-penalty, $"00.
741 .
$ O for each bird.
tugffi! 1W5)----:pOna1ty, not exceeding $W, orhippris-
IT "F
l- gr6lUgiL
ah,6ep, quail ruffed L Pr e
grouse, P Ourlew '*w
t;ll 'Cept t]
U"_ Olbftftuot inteiidod for comw,6r"
"VI du n-ng open Sewoi "d 3 d4o
owner, iiiid, in the msA of b* &R betl
'$Uch 94M *8% lttwfalj t kWw' hiuffvj*
-peade,"d givop, to the carrier = ,,Y
t'64 daYs;, or botWfte: b*$*
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De o uapartrd ge, grus hessan fro county
ann .........Wld ure fomcouty
Gruley.....f-.Dee. quail, partidgepes, wild turkeyuc from ounty.
Mongolian or Englishpheasant wild turkey lo eay
poss)- enaty ....2..5a;-420 f o cohimnt.
1899.dl........ Deer, elk, wintope, ulerbiomutansep
RobrtonSu-chale, aigehn grouse, intdrue pheasantMoacony
Wealcle ~ o Eng.... Qalrihg phaant, id tnipe, duk goosebrnt, sw
c. *=n, 1896......... Deeratp, quail ufedrdge grous rde, peatd Egliusho
Engslsipe woodo nls dhe duk, wild ose (eeet ha
bet shppedly noeient dr ionseao and -dy
bioss-- ly *Z2 50.ac pet
--iia188 -100
~Ustahig........... Deer, qul, ruffedose, wild trke frsomouStae-shenal
Floy .... .. cQuilk, ruffeho grouse, ild turey frmouty-pesnaly
mn nilh pneaandostsni,
Vrerick,89 ........ Deer, quail, ruffed grouse, wil patrkdey, wooeockn, wailleiseal
fowli(ece sumerdocl duck wind sog)fo countypety3
derdrn$20 esn n 0dy thereafter i b
Her ..... .Q alfo cut-eat, 1 r3 as
see~~~ ~ .. . . .. u i rom contyed byd n oes id n (e c p wh n kled by ow nere-
licese)pnly $10.W
offense,, 11009herefter
:Akgam .-... Deer, quail, ruffed grouse, wild turkey from State-penalty
Frendoahck..... .. Deer, quail, ruffed grouse, Japanesek, ooindcok ring-ec
turk(ey, woouocmer duan othrgm from county-penalty0
offense, $20enach suseuetofene
?igton 1897----- Quai Derm lk, oose, arioatep, m5ounansepo.ot
prairie,10 chickesage e, pesnpamga l~r
Rockinham .. smaller duk, wiffd geon, teil woke od duck, spoonb iraa
Shenndoh ----- sprigtuail, canvsbac duckme (orm orgolae adc) swna
wtrerf olc, or any other game nim rbidof th-emat,,
Was~~~~uedbbhitgo,191Deek aoe, caiforn vanlleyi, mountain q r ot
Cat~~ prii Virginia, 1899 ..Derequi, pheasant, rufdgouepitrkeypenlt,
qual artruc idgeos, prari chi ck or prire3en
bpriat, cavskdc or other aqag ol xet6 namea dunderwsa
(deoe, o ay te ghime na foiv bird o the taeo
West V~ni, 1899 loDer, ipmeasnt, nlye froms1-e, 1)--ue-penalty
prisonment 60 dayMmtonths cour both exein and m
Wisonin,189-101 Der emens)-penaltyo$100-8500 foreeachNconeignment
:thh Clumbi quaDee, elktmoose, caribu onair chen mottairehn,
1898 (EChngli.bor peant rou'sen, draore plovere, plovr, w u u
ad sknst andl bigme may be s iunderO ics
less or d0 dayshs or less orioth
- wha...IM....... Deer, elk, moose, aeibeountopeshque, ponart rie
Brn w C m Deer, moose, caribouri, oot s od
1900.5 dules, te30as orat, or an prie heef-ealy
tridge-pens mty, .
I Any citizen of Oregn permitted to take one day' bag with hits out rof,
S uvyrgnrlmy woseilues s xonasueo




......................... . . . . . .
or other gr&iiib fiWr
(VTwd recdyj*g COil-
these animAj IFOUs
exceed"M91 so sna camo
ex
caAbou, or head, skin, orethex
0 Amy ltutborize expert for breedbgsid oMer purp(Awk
libbexport law's i acluded ilL ttm -_ hbov,6 bAo-,
"Portof deer, wild turkeysi 4"4 F"
exception, in the case of deer =i ed pit,
to export two 666r
0 tow days after the eJose of the'
Nova Scotia; Mucadu u
gA4',-OttAw.%,Quebec; Kin p3toN Nigg"',
a 4 PbA Atffiur, Ontario;- -and mwh
io ume dem"gnate- "(See pp. 137-1 )'' *,I
4 -hroeffing ibg
- w0ellum, e h"ds Of rs.
* at th
'evort is so brmd as to
"Afin *md- bii& inteoded for
PrOP
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Di
taada theapses a t any retitime ofgaeitne o
tioxcpton aohw n the follao f ie uoin list:44
-uhrz thON Tope NEXoRTie AND OTHER LAWSo INr IAO'O A0
ianPsstsonodgmebid for propagatio pup~w e ritates duia '
onde gae comissoers uhmizd ake e ggstof4 me Ioe
Chfria.-xe ption itn y cas e of e n game birtds for ,
Tes epemtins ritne sobtaiinbfoharm the State boarist
Oblorad-o.Gae cofmmssionrd mayoratpiso proprainprietr
.M angeo game womihoherpos withinor ithgot the tate.
Ghame f peropagawrtionm be timpdborehrmany fomthe tate oT
...misioershall issue certificate therefor without charge.
The commissioner may, upon being satisfied that the posseesion or
ofgame is not in violation of the spirit of the law, grant a permit
of1899, ch. 98, pp. 196, 204, 207.)
linis.-Lawful to export any squirrels or game birds esptured wi
uder a license from the State of Illinois. (Laws of 1899, p. 224, see.&
Indiana.-Exception in case of deer, wild turkeys, or imported
seson for breeding purposes (Laws of 1901, p. 444, see. 7.)
Wry~land.-Exceptions in the local laws of Cecil and Harford owg
gme for propagation. (Acts of 1896, ch. 237; acts of 1894, ch. 139.)
Alicigan.-State game and fish warden authorized to issue permits to
gme animals or birds for propagation if not for sale; also to issue perme
custodians of public parks to export animals intended for free ex
change with other public parks. (Pub. Acts of 1901, IL B. No. 104,i
Nevada.-Exception in case of residents taking big game and game .
nation or domestication under written permit from governor. (State.
Cx, me. 15.)
Nw .Tersey. -Exception in case of bringing into the State any a
poaation or keeping the same until a seasonable time for their
191 h. 120, sec. 15.)
New York. -Elk, moose, caribou, and antelope may be brought Into
ketin possession for breeding purposes. (Laws of, 1901, ch. 147.)
Oklahom.-Exception in case of fine birds or animals captured fdr
aentific purposes, provided that not more than, one pair of suh 131trat"
ma be shpped at one time. (Laws of 1899, p. 187, sec. 11.)
Orn.m-Exception in case of game for propagation, provided write
bobtained from State game and forestry warden. (Gen. 1Asa of10
2;p. 288, ee. 42.) .
1-was.-Exception in case of live Mongolian or English pheafsa
eff or breeding purposes (Gen. Laws of 1897, ob. 149, see. 7.)




izi Kane and %whing-
in OWC4 I Vol. 1, nor, 1499iia,.)
06M anny Or, of brewing, or tor
01
'On his own A'2 -UM16 2Aj WW g"Wne for d0ino"Mu.-
breeding pur IM, sect. 2117.)
#
M ewe of big game gromse6, prtirier cWkcne and pbew #
ow f agdevitume an4 Imon
-ppmikbc obtained from'thimrmi- o #
two animals or Virds be Aip*d at one tjme (Stat L of
toexport live game under slices o from m=vnyorgDMraL
M eam of caxibou, willow or other grou*,: god -Pat-
ir minister, of marine and fisheriM for- E61 to,'Or
or imAitationa in other countries& (Acp of 1SWj
eft moose, canbou, antelope, sheep,1114-
_&ViOCk*_eA but only deer, sheep, and goats- edn b& &W -
We Uoikwy- (Con. Ordinanm, 6 1898, ch- 85, sem 27 't,
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I* mo Conti
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wmpriS6 (1) the IAcey Actq I
frojm one State to
it ai Ifft ted from,
of Wimbia- Alusk tcnd the
(*Aixig -giine- itt the, national par
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andGenra Grnt ars. ir ilforis.Isb
trops Th Idia Trrior, 3,40 9'ue aWmIL
aslrea h tt fMie n n fteba
westforsmal gae, i prteced oly y a rovion
pesosote ta Idan ro eoryiggae
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th ertr fth neir h i uhrzdb
prvsosfr rtciitagis etucinb ie
upnpbi.oet n oes eevtos"Teei
teto oeei h rvsino ogesta fess
whc h eea asaeslnwe omte -
reevtos hllrcietesm pnsmn sta
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viinpoiiigth xoto k: o rns uk'
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nealyseent Iyers go(i 182)isstil n he taut
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III I 1 I 1 111 Jj 11 1
NTIM-
M
) TOWW the
f gumMe lk*s and for other pur*)am
"d ITouse qfr 6f Me Unikd &Vtm of A
duties and p6*4 4 the Department of Agricultaye
nclude the preserviUon, disUibution, introduction and
-iaid other wild birds. TWe 8&-retary 'of, Agrimiture 1;
't aach measure's as may n6oe to cury out the
mch game birds and othor bird as may Na
CO
howv*v e,,tio the laws of the and, Territork
4, this Act is to aid in the- restoration6f in
thereto where the same have'becoine oewe or
*,,q mi, Taik "91 gon of American or forcignl) or AWpj*
h* hdretofore existed.
AjbaR from time to time collect and pubA*
n mj nd preservation of such birds.
4-
etdtu:re shall make And publish all needful
MAO."
t b-,l el, appses 6f this Act, and shall expend for W-a-
" I', F -- W 441
';ssway appropriate there oi-
Ior any person or pem, ons t6 import intci
'0011 Abiawa orbW "except under special permit from t*
Prw W, Ttat nothing in this sectionO,
-of natural history spe6mens for museumsor scientific,..'
#i uon.,Of I -,kLqiu -birds mch as domeAkated cana
as the Secretary of Agriculture may designate.
T* 4 t -ca -fl foims "' or it bats, the
(&er birds, or animals as the Seokary of
4o'ft ,O, dW)we mjimops to the interest of agricultm-0 or
- ,W Hdoh specl6s upon arrival at any, of the, ports
*d#' pd te6irned at the expense of the o*ver.
gnthoriz to make regWalUo'ns, for cxrky
pemn. orpersops to deliver to Agy e60mw
4!tti r t6-bwtsP'brt from, one S'tate or Terr-**-o)
lv -thA Mtrid of Columbia or Ahtsks io 40 "LA
#ary 6,4the ipistriii t of Cojumbia or
#1
' a-p _A
qft, on 4 is prohibited,,or th *,
or birds, -where mch animals,61'
Teititory, or Disft4tt
P",m, the
tdi # fdrcuUr No'. 307 BW.
4i&)u perinita as fol
oe4 4ephantst
ile, -2 4 lftz Wi
PP




of sm in such Stae or Tlkertoy dgt6wm -
capturedand trnsportat hihis on, rhbie y on
fe.4.Taters ofcbae nyain owl.d b~s bro;
whenshipeMay 25,rsat 1900.e spr n100in WO
be 11anl and clToarovideareenu for thttenaenddrssoth
iatuee by the Senmayte adilousctie d of Reprdf h
pack provide for heain h iAtio here Ac hesipe
'impotd fe o foreign counre andt
convicted at ie of dut whichen by ude dlasn the
presycryi n tamely:gtesa esaluoncnicin
222. All ohtaldaboisrprstheref liv animl foi.g e.beidmctte
orspeci rvdted fmortin hi A ct, spoiied rteda
Met
2t5. Mas of hall kids prpary e oteeecs o t'oie
peutentalv ntum ar.
2.due TnshSate n andtran hl otb xmt brOm
forn inoue th ri n tiiapcae r tevie.Ti c
vent te i-
fro th eteso bryr ol
Aprvd a 5 90
TARFFAC O 197
30Satts tLrgpp 5121
.CA.1.A c opoiervnefo h oenetadt norg h
Untd9tts




-4T
TbAt this RbAJI-not be held to
e IMPO -6
Or :68M for fWc th rtati "'II X)f %
colksedouo, nor Esh roe pro-
hot dreted in any andnot speciaUy providM kir
4**,(O-xmpt Rheepskins witb-tbb -wool on)l, And hides n6t,
R bis ARA.,
botgny, and mineralogy, when.importedfors6en.,
for sale.
Ot
A
4 %
t010-401a (as amelxded by;31 Stat. L.
itoedOn of bivdhk, prese mAiion of gmue, and for the prevcatlo i,
Olose& ftagong lu th6 Diatrict of Columbia.
06 & of JZWesmgaft" of W United -&ates Of
YU z &dj That w per n &aU kRI, expose for
& d or alive, any partridgip, otherwise q iafl,
4'Mir&ailil thefirst day of NoveijibeT, dnder a penalty
"a- ia ,offierwiso#, 4uail, killed, ex sed fbr sale, or had in
V r4'x g po
466&0r-afi*'* l ahd-fii Aef&Ot thereof to be im risoned in
t, -tbo i thirty (lays, -ndr more than six months.,
Aiave M' his or her possemiou, either
'tebftm' *e' first day of Sanuary ana the fiTiA day of
74
4 e woo&ock killed, expci,-edlor or
4
t A(iiA or'idlvo' and in default thereof to bojibpit -
than, thirty dtiys, -nor nioft- than
0
lerlha"Jn his or her pa&%ession,
gronse, between thvAfteenQt j*' '- -
4"
itutlpr a penalty, of live 'dollars fbi 16W tlo '
.ipo6ed for'sale, or had- in MIS o ,
thomat to be imprif"ned in the
thAil six Jnonth L
ibt.,liave in, his or'her poss8*!bn,,
J
efe known'aspheasau betwet
b6 rj iOXciq;t*t'he E'ng'H*46,
V-' 414
A
m farm P
J 4 r ruff ed grouse,
N hisor her
'4-Ahe w
her powe;N'O,
as the-,,
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74 DIGM OV0A ,U M
That no person sha, ll extfrago ae Ii Wei 60r-o
dead or alive, any wild duk idgoe mt nipe or plw
Aay of April and the fisA t fSemeudr a penalty ofive,
-ild duck, wild goose, -mt snpo lvr ed, exposd for-s ##4
or her posasion, either dea -raieadi -alsthereof tobe h
workhouse for a period not Is thntit a or more than six
That no person shal kill, exoefrsloare in his or her
--ad or alive, any water rv. I rotnare i or rice bird, marak
other game bird not previoul metoebteen the first day at
the first day of September, unea ealyo w dollars for eachw
lan, reed bird or rice bird, mas-lcbro other game-bird not
tioned, killed exposed for slohainisor her possession, either
andin default thereof to beipiond4 h workhouse for a period
fifteen days nor more than si oths
Szc. 2. That no person shal pose fol or have in his or her
deer meat or venison, between h first da fJanuary and the Airst day
ber, under a penalty of ten dolr for suc eposure for sale or havigg bi
and the forfeiture of all such ne -etorvnison to the officer makig
who shall destroy the same;ad in deal of fine, to be imprisoned i#
house for a period not exceedn .ixtydas
Sze. 3. [as amended] Tha frte puroses of this Act-the following
considered game bird s: The Aama, com-oly known as swans, gee
and sea ducks; the Rallidae, comonly kon as rails, coots, mudhe
nules; the Limicolve, common knowna shore bitcds,, plovers, sr
woodcock, sandpipers, tattlers an curs; the Gallime, commonly
turkeys, grouse, prairie chickns pheaa- s partridgee and quaile' and
of Icteridw, commonly knowna mars blcbirds and reed birds or rice
That no person shall kill, cacexpos o sale, or have in his or her
living or dead, any wild bird othea a m bird, English sparrow, cro.,
hawk, sharpshinned hawk, orget hore owl; nor rob the nest of so,
bird of eggs or young; nor deto such es except in the clearing of
or brush, under a penalty of fv ollanfr every such bird killed, ca
for sae, or had in, his or her pseioither dead or alive, and for,
destroyed, and in default thero to be ipsoned in the workhouse for a
exceeding thirty days: Prodd That tisetion shall not apply to
collected for scientific purpose uder pemt issued by the superintendeal
of the District of Columbia in accrdancewt such instrctions as theI
the Smithsonian Institution ma rescie sch permits to be in force for
from date of issue and nontranferble.
That no person shall trap, neo n- ay waterfowl or other wild
the English sprrow), or havei hi or he poseson any trap, snare, net,
ing device for the purpose ofilling or cpuing any such bird, tinder a
five dollars for each waterfowl other w ir (except the Englisha
or captured, and in default theeo to be imrsoned in the workhouse not
thirty days: Proided, That thi ect sal no apply to birds or animl
stuffed or to birds or animals- hrfer kile in open season and anbe
Sac. 4. That no person shal ki or sho at any wild duck, wild gone**
wild bird in the nighttime; no kll or shot at any wild duck, wild
brant, or wild bird with any ohrfiream- gn or device than suchwaae
raised at arm's length and; fie .rmi thhuder, under a penalty of AV*'
each wild duck, wild goose wa hea r wil bird killed, and in
to be imprisoned in the w e not exceedingithirtt
the further penalty of tw-nt dlasfrhing any Birearaw gun, or
than the gun habitnally usda r'sn~,I psession, for the




k vw, -
lin
or Maw& Of C4)tamb* with
Walutborized wid pnwArAd
bahk 40M AMUM or Othex Phm
or birdi sa hem-
]MY SfAMM **d any rietwj, agento
*ft"0119to Penuit Aa, be deenbcd*6*dty
m4 upon CO'-nqvi&lfft fiua&mt more t6a
6 IWPAty-five &U&v fkA*Wt of m& par
am. : A
gutes jad not exb6oaug,, m 0 be.
ko6wingly bwpaag Ont&dIAWof Abotbuort*
j*OUtj-4fb4Oon, after due nofilice by i evi
IWAi*UvA'daT6F& That notice shall Ne ghm by OMKO
$k 4V *W* *) t by'twdve inehes in dimiendoas qft
tiWo*g0ch *m for every fifty acm-
"UPwo or m any matmer deface or injum
-4 04 140 than five dollars for ea&-
or mijuroal-- -M qefiLul-l to'be uin.p,
tile
-Jn w
or bavi4ift poMesgon in the open air the'
4-
Oo fitut, d-4y 6f ibe wimko coMed &mt !&yj except to trAno-
vvdmtIbe District d Columb* wd any peram
AO be fa e, fb a Penafty of not mom tb=
of wybiM* fow* or meatK in pro-
ve
01-vdart other court of the jxo
hjur -11m imykm" id, tot
'in the nuw of the VwWo- of,
A, Of iob4
1*2
Ibrother
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tin Anrioy egs or oman voatngo the eproii of thi
ichedaby ah shine note ecing flveo hundreed olasor iprisonmen
six months.
Approved June 6, 190.
Revised Statutes U. S., 1878.
Sac. 2137. Every person, other than an Indian, who, withinth
tribe with whom the United States has existing treaties, hunts,o
and destroys any peltries or game, except for subsistence in the
shall forfeit all the. traps, guns, and ammunition in his posssion,
cared to be used for that purpose, and all peltries so taken; and
addition to a penalty of five hundred dollars.
MOUNT RAINIr1 NATIONAL PARE.
80 Statutes at Large, jap. 998-995.
CRAP. 877. An Act To set aside a portion of certain lands in the State of Washi -stan,
the Pacifle Forest Reserve, as a public park, to be known as the Mount BainerT
Be it enacted by the &nate and House of Rtepresenative iof the UniteW sg
in Congress assembled, That all those certain tracts, pieces, or, parcel@ of,
and being in the State of Washington, and within the boundaries'
described as f ollows' are hereby dedicated and set apart asx.
to be known and designated as the Mount Rainier Nationa Park, for the)
enjoyment of the people; and all persons who shall locate or settle uoe
the same, or any part thereof, except as hereafter provided shall be,
trespassers and be removed therefrom.
S2m. 2. That said public park ball be under the exclusive -control lof
of the Interior, whose duty it shall be to make and publish, as soon at,
such rules and regulations as he may deem necessary or proper for
management of the same. Such regulations shall provide for thep
injury or spoliation of all timber, mineral deposits, naturalcuii'
within said park, and their retention. in their natural condition.**
also provide against the wanton destruction of the fish and game found
park, and against their capture or destruction, for the purposes of
profit He shall also cause all persons trespassing upon the sameate
of this Act to be removed therefr-om, and generally shall be authorlaes
such measures as shall be necessary to fully carr out the objectsad,
this Act
Approved March 2, 1899.
m
*The are of the park is 207,360 acre, or 324 square miles; in other
one-fourth the size: of Rhode Island.




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as h e m d e m-oa y a d p o e o h a ~ n
forth potctin f heprpery heei,__xr l--Wth
o r glsi n o l i b r i e l e o i s a m l 0 i l "o
wi hi W d p r ; anlo h p o m o O t e a nd b r s1
c p u e o e t u d n or t p r v n W e r b i g f i h e A br r i E
and e shll mke rles nd rgultion govrnin thetakig O
o r l k s n t e p r P s e s o i h n t i o d p r f t o d a
t h r o o n i d b r r a i m l s a l b r m a e e i|1
p e n a i g t e s m r u l y o i l t n h s A t n i p
ob r x o p n r a l a o p y re e v j o 1
th a d a i a s 4 o i h s k l e ,t k n r c u h ) b
of amisemenorand"I e fned or ver suc ofens no
hu d e olr A yp ro o n aly o il fn n ft e
A c r a y r l r r g l t o h t m y b r r u g t d b h
I nt rio wi h r f r n e t h a a e e t a d 6 n G h k t
ti o of t e p o e thr i f r t h r s r a i n f o Liy o
mineal epostsnatral uriitie orwonerfaobjcts ithn W
protctin o theanials birs ad fsh n th sad prk, hal be 0
a i d me n r a d s al e su j c ed t i e of n t mo et an O 6
Ia s o m r s n e t no x e d n w e rs r b t a d b 4
coks f th proeedigs-
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cZ
(wsea, 6f
p$q-v"t AAR mako, pr(n kl-' 8
Mafip" upon the pubtfio, At,
ixWeor *hich may be herodtevi4et
1, k 14 "";,.
and ninety-one 9;lid
Op
.rtpUtions and estabfishsi",
to regi te their occu _7
and any vi,0181i of
be panished as i8 Tovide&,Iorl
A6 ty ight, amending seWcou',
Stiatutes of the United
woi "a flue oluot, more than Or
Impno=went in tht-
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STATE LAWS.
The following digest of the laws of the various States
to the transportation and sale of game. Sections which
hibitions against transportation -and sale mffd* during 010WI-1
RIM omitted, since they are so common that their rewtilhim,
unnecessary. Hence no extracts will be found from the,
Kentucky, or Louisiana, and the only section quoted from
Mississippi is one defining game. Definitions of game are quo'
from the statutes of other States which contain such definitio
few other sections have been inserted when. necessary for 4he
clearness; but as far as possible the extracts have:been
those treating of the trade in game. As a rule the statutes are'
verbatim, but in some cues abstracts only are given, which an
in brackets.
AT-ABAMA.
GenLeral Laws of 1899, pp. 71-SS.
Sale: Sw. 5. It shall be unlawful at any period or sesson of the
kill, entrap, or pursue with intent to kill or entrap any deer, fawn, wN
pheasant, grouse, quail, partridge, woodcock or squirrel, in any part of t"I&
the purpose of selling the same. It shall be unlawful for the proprietm
A
clerk or agent of any market, or other person, firm or corporation, to
or expose for sale, any deer, fawn, wild turkey, pheasant grouse, q
woodcock or squirrel, killed or entrapped within this State. That it a bok,
ful for the proprietor, manager, clerk or agent of any market, or other
or corporation, to purchase for the purpose of again selling the same, any d
wild turkey, pheasant, grouse, quail, partridge or woodcock killed or
within this State. Whosoever shall offend t any of the provisions ot
tion, shall, on conviction, be -fined not less than one hundred dollars for 0
fawn, so taken, purchased or sold, and twenty-five dollars for every wild
pheasant, grouse, quail, partridge or woodcock so taken, purchased or
sentence to imprisonment in the county Jail for A period of one day fore%&
penalty imposed.
ut: SBc. 6. That no person or persons, company or
or the agent or employee thereof, shall at any time, catch, take or'kill, o
his, her or its possession or under his, her or its con.trol, any of the
mammals of this State, the killing of which at any or all times is
laws of this State, with intent to ship or remove the same beyond
State, or with intent to aid in the shipment or removal thereof out of this
it AW1 not be lawful for any person or persons, railroad company, exprMew
stage driver, or any company or corporation, or petson or persons, scdrW,#
capacity of a common carrier, their officers or employees, to knowingl
tramportation or transport or remove beyond the limits of the 9tate, any of
birds orgame mammals mentioned in this acL [ftialty,$504100forewh
80




of lb
big
n, 'n.
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nu, nc, ".,t
+ tt t ir
A-lr.AMXA t
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pm
ppi
4+
brt ILI *4',1, W6. 5 7.
#
# .4 1 nA
''JUA of Atrizons.6,
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equirrels, smipes or plovers, ducks and geese, when shipped openly. .
Bac. 3416. It shall be unlawful for any railroad complny,sem
company, or any other common carrier, to take. for carriage any Ash-
signed to points beyond the limits of this State.
Examining packages: BEC 3417. All sBch common -carriers O
receive any package which they may suppose contains fish or game
export, and may cause said package to be opened, or may "dtifyth
other way that said package doea not contain game or fish.
Penalties: Sicc. 3418. Any common carrier violating the provisions of"
shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction shall be fmned in agy
less than $50, nor more than $200.
Shipment: Sicc. 343. It shall be unlawful for any railroad company,
pany, steamboat company, or other company, or corporation, or private,'
have in possession or receive for transportation or carriage, or for-iny.04f-
whatsoever, any of the game or birds mentioned in section 3431 Ideer,
ginia partridge, pinnated grouse or prairie chicken, wild turkey], during
whe~n the killing, -catching or injuring the same is prohibited. (See p. 2L
Penalties: Swc. 3436. (Violation of, any of the provisions of thisno
meanor, punishable by a fine $3-410 for each bid or nest of eggs, and$
each deer, together with costs of prosecution.].
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Acts of 1901, No. OLEXIV, p. 828.
Quail-White County: Simc. 1. It shall also be unlawful to-
for sae shipping or barter or giving away of any quail in White County,
and Glaise Townships, Jackson County, Providing nothing in thi bil ta
any person or persons to catch or kill such quail for their individual
consumption.
Penalty: Smc. 2. Any person violating the provisions of this Act shall
of a misdemeanor and upon conviction shall be fined in any sum notP
twenty-five nor more than fifty dollars for each offense.
Approved, May 23, 1901.
CAIPORNIA.
Penal Code, 1872., as amended by Statues of 1901, Chap. 014
Rides: (Sc. ] 626. Every person who buys,:sells, offers or exposes for
ports or carries, or has in his possession, the skin, pelt, or hide of any femal
apoted fawn, or any deer hide, or pelt from which the evidence of sez-
removed, is guilty of a misdemeanor.
Sale: 18Ec. ] 626k. Every person who buys, sells, offers or exposee for
or trade, any quail, partridge, pheasant, grouse, sage ben, ibia, or plover, or
meat, whether taken or killed in the State -of California or shipped into
from any other State, Territory, or foreign -Duntry, is guilty of a ms
Propagation: (Rec.] 6261. Nothing in 4his Act shall be held to prohibit
seeeon for scentific purposes, or thetakng alive for the pn poofpr
of the animals or birds mentioned in this section; presided, permisionto-
poese said birds or animals for said purposes shall have been but obtaned
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