New Jersey Revised Statutes § 23:4-37 - Protection Of Fur-bearing Animals; Taking By Traps

23:4-37. Protection of fur-bearing animals; taking by traps
No person shall, by moonlight or with the aid or by use of any lamp, lantern or artificial light, shoot or kill with a rifle of any kind or description, or any firearm or shotgun, a mink, muskrat or otter in this State, or take or attempt to take the same except by means of a trap or disturb or destroy any muskrat lodge or nesting chamber.

Amended by L.1939, c. 69, p. 113, s. 1.

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