23:4-18. Hunting migratory waterfowl; lying in wait; hours; penalty
No person hunting or gunning after geese, duck, brant or other migratory waterfowl shall place a boat, sinkbox, seaweed, or other vessel or construction in which he may lie in wait to kill the same, at a distance of more than one hundred feet from ice, marsh or meadow, bar or bank, not covered with water, or shall, with intent to capture or kill the same, hunt after or pursue the same in any manner except between the hours as fixed by regulations under the provisions of an Act of Congress relating to migratory birds, under a penalty of twenty dollars ($20.00) for each offense.
Amended by L.1942, c. 105, p. 366, s. 1, eff. May 2, 1942.
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