New Jersey Revised Statutes § 23:4-28 - Bringing Game Into State; Penalty

23:4-28. Bringing game into state; penalty
When by the laws of any other state or country it is lawful to take out of the confines thereof any game, whether the same is fowl or animal, that game may be brought within this state, but nothing herein contained shall permit the sale or exposure for sale of any such game. Cottontail rabbits, Belgian hares and jack rabbits legally killed in another state may be brought into this state at any time for possession, sale and consumption. A person violating this section shall be liable to a penalty of twenty dollars for each fowl or animal so sold or exposed for sale.

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