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8. R. A.-B. S. 22. Issu.'d August 21, 1918.
United States Department of Agriculture,
BUREAU OF BI iL
E. W. NELSoN, C/i..f of Burc.u.
SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS.
REGULATIONS FOR THE PROTECTION OF GAME IN CERTAIN
LOCALITIES IN ALASKA.
By virtue of the authority conferred upon tlhe eretary of ALrri-
culture by section -2 of the act of May 11. 1'.H |3., Stat., 102 Conm-
piled Law- of Ala:ka. sectionn 331). entitled. "An act to amend an
act entitled 'An act for the prote(.tio1n (of I,-.tiI in Alaska, and for
other purpo,-e-l, approved ,June 1'90U2," til' followin-r regulations
for the protection of game in Ala.-ka are ijadl. and publii.ied to take
effect August 1, 1918:
REGULATION 1.-OPEN SEASON FOR DEER.
The killing of deer in southeastern Alaska .ast of lon-itiude 141 is hierehy
limited to deer having- hrns not less tlian 3 iniwhe- Ion-. and the ,-;r|.l'ii for
killing such deer is limited to the period from Au-ru-t 15 to Oct', ,,r :1, loth
The number of (leer killed by any ione person during the ','-,n e;''fln in
southeastern Ala;ka east of loingitude 141 is herelby limited to three.
REGULATION 3.-THE KILLING OF FEMALES AND YOUNG OF CERTAIN ANIMALS.
The killing of female mountain sheep, fenimale deer, moirit;ii sheep 1lmls.
mountain goat kids, and fawns of de'-r and caribou, s'M'uth of the Ar,:tic Circle
is hereby rirohibited.
REGULATION 4.-DEER ON CERTAIN ISLANDS.
The killing o(if deer on Kodriak Island and Long i,,landml; ,in tlie ia1l juls of
Hawkins, Hincbhinbr ook, and MIontague, in Priniir,- William S,,1ii4; ; fi ln
the following islands in southeastern AlDausk: I lke, I.-lond. ,ii..r Ii.\x,,n TI ,t,
Gravina Island, ne\r Ketehikan. Krnizf Tl.ionl. w\-st (,f sitk:. s;i. .niiin Iiwluld
and Suemez Island, ne;.: Kli\vak. aid Zereinubo Island, near Wrangell, is
hereby prohibited until August 1, 1920.
REGULATION 5.-SALE OF DEER MEAT IN SOUTHEASTERN ALASKA.
The sale, directly or indirectly, of deer meat in southeastern Alaska east
of longitude 141 is hereby prohibited; and no deer meat shall be procured for
serving and served in any boarding house, cafe, cannery, eating house, hotel,
mess house or restaurant by the proprietor thereof or his agent, in southeastern
Al:isk;i east of longitude 141, and no deer meat or caribou meat shill be
received or served on board any ste.imer or other vessel in the waters of the
South Coast of Alaska between Unilm;ik Pass and Dixon Inlet.
REGULATION 6.-MOOSE IN SOUTHEASTERN ALASKA.
The killing of moose in southeastern Alaska east or south of the Lynn Canal
is hereby prohibited until August 1, 1920.
REGULATION 7.-SALE OF MOOSE MEAT BETWEEN LATITUDE 62 AND THE ARCTIC
The sale, directly or indirectly, of moose meat in Alaska between latitude 62
and the Arctic Circle, between December 25 and August 19, both dates inclu-
sive, is hereby prohibited; and no moose meat shall be procured for serving and
served in any boarding house, cafe, cannery, eating house, hotel, mess house
or restaurant by the proprietor thereof or his agent, in Alaska between lati-
tude 62 and the Arctic Circle, between December 25 and August 19, both dates
REGULATION 8.-SALE OF MEAT, CARCASSES OR PARTS THEREOF, OF MOOSE,
CARIBOU, MOUNTAIN SHEEP AND MOUNTAIN GOAT SOUTH OF LATITUDE 62.
The sale, directly or indirectly, of the meat, carcasses or parts thereof, of
moose, caribou, mountain sheep or mountain goat in Alaska south of latitude 62
and between longitude 141 and the western outlet of Lake Clark in longi-
tude 155, and the shipping of the meat, carcasses or parts thereof, of s;Aid ;Ini-
minls for s.ile from Anchorage, Seward or other points on the Kenai Peninsula,
is hereby prohibited; and no meat, carcasses, or parts thereof, of s;id animals
slh;ill be a.veplted for shipment to other points in Alaska unless accompanied lby
afitlavit of the owner that they were not purchased and are not intended
The meat of moose, caribou, mountain sheep or mountain goat shall not
be procured for s,'rving and served in any boarding house, cafe, cannery, eat-
ing house, hotel, mess house or resta-urant by the proprietor thereof or his agent
in Al;lska south of latitude 620 and between longitude 141 and the western
outlet of Lake Clark in limngitude 155.
REGULATION 9.-HIRING HUNTERS PROHIBITED.
The hiring of any person, directly or indirectly, to kill or capture game birds
or g.;ime :iiiimals for any boarding house, caf, cannery, eating house, hotel, mess
house or rc-t;urant in Alaska south of the Arctic Circle is hereby prohibited.
REGULATION 10.-OPEN SEASON FOR MOUNTAIN GOATS.
The killing of mountain goats in southeastern A.l;isk;i east of longitude 141
and on the Keiiaii Peninsubla is hereby limited to the period from September 1 to
October 31, both dates inclusive.
REGULATION 11.-KILLING OF CARIBOU AND MOUNTAIN SHEEP ON THE KENAI
The killing of caribou on the Kenai Peninsula is hereby prohibited until
August 1, 1920.
The killing of mountain sheep in the eastern part of the Keiai Peninsula vast
of longitude 1.50' (the location of which is indicated by a north and south line
* passing through the Stalter Place on Keiai River) is hereby prohibited until
August 1, 1920.
REGULATION 12.-KILLING GAME TO FEED DOGS OR FOXES.
The killing or permitting the killing of deer, moose, mountain sheep, moun-
tain goat, or any game bird, for feeding dogs or foxes or for baiting traps of
any kind in Alaska south of the Arctic Circle is prohibited.
REGULATION 13.-PREVENTING DESTRUCTION OF GAME BY DOGS.
Killing or permitting the killing of moose, deer, caribou, mountain sheep, or
mountain goats with dogs, permitting any of the said animals to be killed by
dogs, or I)ermitting dogs to hunt moose, deer, caribou, mountain sheep, or moun-
tain goats, in Alaska south of the Arctic Circle is hereby prohibited. On the
Kenai Peninsula no dogs shall be allowed to run at large or, unless accom-
panie(1 by or under the immediate control of their owners or custodians, shall
be allowed outside the immediate vicinity of the towns of Hope, Kenai, Roose-
velt, Seldovia, Sewvard, and Sunrise. For the purposes of this regulation the
immediate vicinity of the towns shall be considered to mean one mile in any
direction from the post office.
REGULATION 14.-GAME KILLED BY NATIVES, MINERS, AND EXPLORERS.
Game killed by natives for food or clothing, or by miners or explorers in need
of food, shall not be sold directly or indirectly, nor s.-&rved in any boarding
house, cafe, cannery, eating house, hotel, mess house, or resttiurant.
On and after August 1, 1918, all regulations for the protection of game in
Alaska made and published by the Secretary of Agriculture under authority of
the Alaska game law prior to the regulations hereby made and published, except
the regulations of August 1, 1908, relating to the collection of specimens for sci-
entific lpurpIises and the capture or shipment of live animals and birds for exhi-
bition or lpr
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and official ~,cal
in the District of Columbia, this 24th day of July, 1918.
[SEAL.] D. F. IIOUSTON,
Sec r(aI'y of Algriculture.
WASTTINGTON : GOVERNMENT PRINrl NG OFFICE : 1918
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
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