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procures to be delivered to himself any telegraphic or telephonic message addressed to such other person, with the intent to use, destroy, or detain the same from the person entitled to receive such message, is punishable as provided in section six hundred and nineteen. 1905-690.

622. Every person, not the owner thereof, who willfully injures, disfigures, or destroys any monument, work of art, or useful or ornamental improvement within the limits of any village, town, or city, or any shade-tree or ornamental plant growing therein, whether situated upon private ground or on any street, sidewalk, or public park or place, is guilty of a misdemeanor.

623. Every person who maliciously cuts, tears, defaces, breaks, or injures any book, map, chart, picture, engraving, statute, coin, model, apparatus, or other work of literature, art, mechanics, or object of curiosity, deposited in any public library, gallery, museum, collection, fair, or exhibition, is guilty of a misdemeanor. 1901—99.

6231/2. Whoever willfully detains any book, newspaper, magazine, pamphlet, manuscript, or other property belonging to any public or incorporated library, reading-room, museum or other educational institution, for thirty days after notice in writing to return the same, given after the expiration of the time which by the rules of such institution such article or other property may be kept, is guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be punished accordingly. 1899–97.

624. Every person who willfully breaks, digs up, obstructs, or injures any pipe or main for conducting gas or water, or any works erected for supplying buildings with gas or water, or any appurtenances or appendages therewith connected, is guilty of a misdemeanor.

625. Every person who, with intent to defraud or injure, opens or causes to be opened, or draws water from any stop-cock or faucet by which the flow of water is controlled, after having been notified that the same has been closed or shut for specific cause, by order of competent authority, is guilty of a misdemeanor.

625a. Any person who willfully and maliciously tampers with, molests, injures, or breaks any public fire-alarm apparatus, wire, or signal, or willfully and maliciously sends, gives, transmits, or sounds any false alarm of fire, by means of any public fire-alarm system or signal, is punishable by imprisonment in the county jail, not exceeding one year, or by a fine, not exceeding one thousand dollars, or by both such fine and imprisonment. 1903—137.

TITLE XV.

Miscellaneous Crimes.

Chapter I. Violation of the Laws for the Preservation of Game

and Fish.

II. Other and Miscellaneous Offenses.

CHAPTER I.

Violation of the Laws for the Preservation of Game and Fish.

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626. Game protection. Gener

ally. 626a. Open season, possession

after. 626b. Eggs, destroying, etc. 626c. Swans, pheasants, de

stroying, etc. 626d. Bag, limitations. 626d. Same, same. 626e. Deer hunting prohibited. 626f. Hunting season, prohibi

tions. 626g. Tree squirrels, pro

tected. 626h. Deer skins, buying and

selling. 626i. Deer, what limit, killed. 626j. Deer hunting, dog limit. 626k. Wild game, sale, etc. 6261. Scientific purposes, what

may take. 626m. Night hunting, misde

meanor. 626n. Animal blinds, use pro

hibited. 6260. Shooting from, what pro

hibited. 626p. Beavers, killing, etc. 6269. Sea Otter, killing pro

hibited. 626r. Aigrettes, sale prohibi

ted. 626s. Game districts, regula

tion. 627. Trespass, when prohibi

ted.

627a. Game shipment, etc. 627b. Same, limitations. 628. Protection of, lobster,

crab, cat fish, sturgeon,

abalone. 628a. Bass and shad, what

limit. 628b. Cat fish, bass, sturgeon,

sun fish, perch, protected. 628c. Young fish how pro

tected generally, etc. 628d. Fine, etc., where de

posited. 628e. Baracuda and whiting,

how protected. 628f. Miscellaneous sea fish,

protection. 628g. Salt water perch. 628h. Fish eggs, how planted. 628j. Eels, salt water, etc. 629. Fish screens, generally. 629a. Same, other penalties. 630. Fishing, license, penalty. 630a. Wholesale dealers, re

ports of. 630b. Register, keeping of. 631. Net, trap, cage, using.

Penalty. 631a. Same, penalty of. 631b. Fines, how distributed. 631c. Violation, what penalty. 631d. Raising game birds, gen

eral provision. 631e. Licenses, when revoked. 632. Trout, how protected.

are.

632a. Trout, transportation, 636a. Same, etc., sale unlawetc.

ful. 632a. Traps, certain district. 636b. Mokelumne River, sein632. (4). Fishing through ice

ing, penalty. prohibited.

637. Fish-ways, generally. 632c. Trout, what may

be 637a. Wild birds, what are. sold.

637b. Prohibition, how applied. 633. Golden trout, protected. 637c. Seals, where protected. 634. Salmon, protected.

637d. Non-game birds, inter63442. Santa Catalina, fishing,

state shipments. limitations.

637e. Taking birds, how right 635. Explosives, what

pro

obtained. hibition of.

637f. Bird nests, how

pro63512. Mesh nets, what pro

tected. hibited.

63772. Predatory animals, what 63. Nets, etc., regulation of.

626. Every person who between the sixteenth day of January and the thirtieth day of September, both dates inclusive, of any year, hunts, pursues, takes, kills or destroys or has in his possession any kind of wild duck, or goose, or brant or mudhen or gallinule, or Wilson snipe; or who, at any time hunts, pursues, takes, kills or destroys or has in his possession any rail, or wood duck or wild pigeon or any shore bird, except Wilson snipe, or any sandhill crane, whooping crane or little brown crane; or who, between the first day of January and the thirtieth day of November, of any year both dates inclusive, hunts, pursues, takes, kills or destroyed or has in his possession any mountain, desert or valley quail, or cottontail or brush rabbits; or who, between the fifteenth day of October and the fourteenth day of September, both dates inclusive, of the following year, hunts, pursues, takes, kills or destroys or has in his possession any grouse; or who, between the first day of October and the thirty-first day of August, both dates inclusive, of the following year, hunts, pursues, takes, kills or destroys or has in his possession, any dove is guilty of a misdemeanor; provided, that in fish and game districts four, four and one-half, and four and three-quarters every person who between the first day of November and the thirty-first day of August, of the year following, both dates inclusive, hunts, pursues, takes, kills or destroys or has in possession, any dove is guilty of a misdemeanor; or who, between the sixteenth day of August and the thirty-first day of July, both dates inclusive, of the following year, hunts, pursues, takes, kills or destroys or has in his possession, any sage hen, is guilty of a misdemeanor; provided, that in fish and game district one and one-half every person who, between the first day of January and the thirty-first day of October, both dates inclusive, of any year, hunts, pursues, takes, kills or destroys or has in his possession any valley or mountain quail is guilty of a misdemeanor; provided, further, that nothing in this section shall prohibit the hunting, pursuing, taking, killing or destroying of any cottontail or brush rabbit by the owner or tenant of any premises, or by any person authorized in writing by such owner or tenant, but the rabbits so

hunted, pursued, taken, killed or destroyed shall not be shipped or sold during the closed season. 1925.

626a. Whenever or wherever in any section of the code an open season for the pursuing, hunting, taking, catching, killing or possession of wild birds, wild animals or fish is prescribed, it shall be lawful for any person to retain in possession for an additional five days next succeeding the last day of such open season any of the wild birds, wild animals or fish legally taken, caught, killed or possessed during the open season therefor; provided, that not more than the bag limit of wild birds, wild animals or fish allowed to be taken, caught, killed or possessed during one calendar day in such open season may be held in possession during said additional period of five days. 1919—500.

626b. Every person who destroys or has in his possession the nest or eggs of any of the birds mentioned in this chapter, is guilty of a misdemeanor. 1901-819.

626c. Every person who takes, kills, or destroys, or has in his possession any swan, or any wild pheasants, or any bob-white quail, or any variety of imported quail of partridge, or wild turkey, or Sierra hare (lepus campestris sierrae) is guilty of a misdemeanor; provided, however, that a person may rear, propagate and have in possession pheasants and the increase thereof reared in captivity, or pheasants imported from a foreign country, and such artificially propagated or imported pheasants may be killed, sold, or disposed of at any season of the year upon permission from the state and board of fish and game commissioners; and provided, further, that a copy of such permit shall be attached to any pheasants or the package containing the same in plain view when the same shall be sold or disposed of as hereinabove provided; and provided, further, that in fish and game district four and one-half during the first seven days in the month of December of any year, not in excess of six pheasants may be taken and had in possession by any one person.

1925. 626d. Every person who, during any one calendar day hunts, takes, kills, pursues or destroys or has in his possession, more than twenty-five wild geese (except honker geese and black sea brant) or wild ducks, or more than twelve honker geese or black sea brant, or more than fifteen desert or valley quail, or doves or black breasted and golden plover or jacksnipe or yellowlegs, or more than ten mountain quail, or more than iour grouse, or more than four sagehens, or more than fifteen cottontail or brush rabbits except in fish and game districts four, nineteen and twenty-one, is guilty of a misdemeanor; provided, also, that any person who, between sunrise of one Sunday and sunrise of the following Sunday, takes, kills, destroys or has in his possession, or buys or sells or offers for sale, or ships or offers for snipment, more than fifty wild geese (except honker geese, black sea brant) or more than fifty wild ducks or more than twenty-four honker geese or black sea brant, is guilty of a misdemeanor; provided, further, that any person who, between sunrise of one Sunday and sunset of the following Sunday, takes, kills, destroys or has in his possession, or ships, or offers for shipment, more than thirty valley or desert quail, jacksnipe, yellowlegs, golden plover, or black breasted plover, or more than twenty mountain quail, or more than eight grouse, or more than eight sagehens, or more than thirty cottontail or brush rabbits except in fish and game districts four, nineteen and twenty-one, is guilty of a misdemeanor. 1919-719.

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626d. Every person, who during any calendar day, hunts, takes, kills, pursues or destroys or has in his possession more than eight wild geese, or black sea brant, or more than twenty-five wild ducks or mudhens or jacksnipe or more than fifteen desert or valley quail or doves, or more than ten mountain quail, or more than four grouse, or more than four sagehens, or, who, during anyone calendar day, except in fish and game district number four, hunts, takes, kills, pursues or destroys, or has in his possesion more than fifteen cottontail or brush rabbits, is guilty of a misdemeanor; provided, also, that any person, who, during any one calendar week, takes, kills, pursues or destroys or has in his possession, or ships or offers for shipment, more than twentyfour honker or black sea brant, or more than fifty wild ducks, mudhens or jacksnipes, or more than thirty desert or valley quail or doves, or more than twenty mountain quail, or more than eight grouse or more than eight sage hens or, who, during any one calendar week, except in fish and game district number four, takes, kills, pursues or destroys, or has in his possession, or ships, or offers for shipment more than thirty cottontail or bush rabbits, is guilty of a misdemeanor. 1919—757.

625e. Every person who hunts, pursues, takes or destroys or has in his possession any female deer, spotted fawn or spike buck, antelope, or mountain sheep, or in fish and game district one and three-quarters any forked-horn mule deer is guilty of a misde

meanor.

Every person taking or killing any deer must retain in his possession during the open season and for ten days after the close of the open season the skin and portion of the head bearing the horns and must produce this upon the demand of any officer authorized to enforce the fish and game laws. Any person failing to comply with the provisions of this section is guilty of a misdemeanor.

For the purpose of this act, any male deer with unbranched horns or antlers on both sides shall be considered a “spiked ibuck"; ard any male deer with antlers of two branches on both sides shall be considered a "forked-horn.” 1925.

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