Fish and Game Laws of New Jersey ... and Until Repealed

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Hudson Printing Company, 1910 - Fishery law and legislation
 

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Page 65 - No part of the plumage, skin or body of any bird protected by this section shall be sold or had in possession for sale, irrespective of whether said bird was captured or killed within or without the state.
Page 231 - All wild geese, wild swans, brant, wild ducks, snipe, plover, woodcock, rail, wild pigeons, and all other migratory game and insectivorous birds which in their northern and southern migrations pass through or do not .remain permanently the entire year within the borders of any State or Territory, shall hereafter be deemed to be within the custody and protection of the Government of the United States, and shall not be destroyed or taken contrary to regulations hereinafter provided therefor.
Page 49 - ... pay a fine of fifty dollars for the first offense, and one hundred dollars for the second offense...
Page 90 - ... shall for every such offense be punishable by a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars or imprisonment not exceeding six months, at the discretion of the court. (f ) This section shall apply as well to foreign vessels as to vessels of the United States...
Page 164 - ... on conviction of the defendant or defendants of the offense so charged and failure to pay the penalty imposed by this act, with costs, shall commit said defendant or defendants to the common jail of the county for a period of not less than one day for each dollar of penalty imposed.
Page 80 - ... barnyard, in which animals or poultry are kept, or drain from any building or the cellars thereof, where drainage or refuse therefrom will find its way into water used by a State fish hatchery. In case of the pollution of water used by a State fish hatchery, by substances known to be injurious to fish or fish food, it shall not be necessary to prove that such substances have actually caused the death of any particular fish.
Page 105 - Any person violating any of the provisions of this section shall on conviction thereof be subject to a fine of one hundred dollars, together with the forfeiture of all nets and other appliances used.
Page 169 - ... conviction thereof shall be sentenced to pay a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars and undergo an Imprisonment in the county jail of the proper county not exceeding one year, or both, or either, at the discretion of the court.
Page 140 - ... thereon the day they are filed, and record the same in a book to be provided by him for that purpose; and thereupon the persons who have so subscribed such articles of association...
Page 13 - Rallidae, commonly known as rails, coots, mud hens and gallinules; the Limicolse, commonly known as shore birds, plovers, surf birds, snipe, woodcock, sandpipers, tattlers, and curlews; the Gallinse, commonly known as wild turkeys, grouse, prairie chickens, pheasants, partridges, and quails, and the species of Icteridse, commonly known as marsh blackbirds and reed birds or rice birds.

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