Слике страница
PDF
ePub

626f. Every person who, between the sixteenth day of October and the thirty-first day of August, inclusive, of the following year, hunts, pursues, takes, kills or destroys or has in his possession, whether taken or killed in the state of California, or shipped into the state from any other state or territory or foreign country, any male deer, or any deer meat, is guilty of a misdemeanor, except as hereinafter provided; provided, that any person in fish and game district one and three-fourths of the State of California, who between the sixteenth 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, whether taken or killed in the State of California or shipped into the state from any other state or territory or foreign country, any male deer or any deer meat, is guilty of a misdemeanor; provided, that every person in game districts two, two and one half and three of the State of California, who between the fifteenth day of September and the thirty-first day of July, inclusive, of the following year, hunts, pursues, takes, kills, or destroys, or has in his possession, whether taken or killed in the State of California, or shipped into the state from any other state or territory or foreign country, any male deer, or any deer meat is guilty of a misdemeanor; provided, further, that every person in game districts four and four and three-fourths of the State of California, who between the sixteenth day of October and the fifteenth day of September, inclusive, of the year following, hunts, pursues, takes, kills or destroys, or has in his possession, whether taken or killed in the State of California, or shipped into the state from any other state or territory or foreign country, any male deer, or any deer meat, is guilty of a misdemeanor; provided, further, that domesticated reindeer may be imported and sold, subject to such regulations as may be required by the fish and game commission. 1925.

626g. Every person who at any time before September 1, 1927, hunts, pursues, kills or destroys, or has in his possession any species of tree squirrel is guilty of a misdemeanor. 1925.

626h. Every person who buys, sells, offers or exposes for sale, barter or trade, the hide, pelt or skin of any deer, or who transports, carries, or has in his possession, the skin, pelt or hide of any female deer, or spotted fawn, or any deer hide or pelt from which the evidence of sex has been removed, is guilty of a misdemeanor; provided, however, that the provisions of this section shall not apply to the skin, pelt or hide of any deer killed or taken in a foreign country. 1921--157.

626i. Every person who takes, kills or destroys or has in his possession, whether taken or killed in the state of California or shipped into the state from any other state, territory, or foreign country, more than two deer during any one open season, is guilty of a misdemeanor. 1907–762.

626j. Every person, who, owning, controlling, or having in his possession any dogs, suffers, permits or allows more than one of said dogs to run, track or trail any deer at any time during the open season that deer may be lawfully killed is guilty of a misdemeanor.

Every person, who, owning, controlling or having in his possession any dogs, suffers, permits or allows any of said dogs to run, track or trail any deer during the closed season for the taking of deer is guilty of a misdemeanor. 1917-59.

626k. Every person who buys, sells, offers or exposes for sale, barter, or trade, any quail, partridge, dove, pheasant, grouse, sagehen, rail, ibis, plover, or any snipe or other shore bird (Imicolæ) or any wild duck, or wild goose, or any deer meat, whether taken or killed in the state of California, or shipped into the state from any other state, territory foreign country, is guilty of a misdemeanor.. 1923–48.

6261. Nothing in this chapter, nor the Penal Code, shall prohibit the possession or the taking alive for scientific, educational or propagation purposes any of the wild game birds or game mammals or fishes of this state; provided, however, permission to take, kill or possess said wild game birds, game mammals or fishes for said purpose shall have been first obtained in writing from the state board of fish and game commissioners, and said permit shall accompany the shipment of said wild game birds or game mammals or fishes and shall exempt them from seizure while passing through any part of this state, or while in possesion, in accordance with said permit.

All game birds or game mammals or fish taken under any permit shall be taken under the supervision of said board. 1917-139.

626m. Every person who, at any time between one-half hour after sunset of any one day and one-half hour before sunrise of the following day, hunts, pursues, takes, catches, kills, or destroys any of the game birds, or animals of this state; or who, between one hour after sunset of any one day and one hour before sunrise of the following day, takes, catches, kills or destroys, any game fish in fish and game districts one, one and one-half, two, three, four, four and one-half, twenty-three, twenty-four and and twenty-five, is guilty of a misdemeanor. 1921–174.

626n. Every person, who at any time shall use any animal, or imitation thereof, as a blind, or use ch animal, or imitation thereof, for the purpose of approaching any wild bird, for the purpose of shooting at or killing any such wild bird, or who, at any time, takes, kills or has in his possession any such wild bird which has been taken by such method, is guilty of a misdemeanor; provided, that nothing in this act shall prevent the use of dogs in the hunting or approaching such birds. 1915—68.

6260. Sec. 1. Every person, who, in the State of California, shoots at any kind of game bird or mammal, except whale, from power boat, sail boat, automobile or airplane, is guilty of a misdemeanor.

Sec. 2. Every person who, in fish and game districts seven a, eight and nine shoots at any kind of water fowl from a scull boat on any day of the week other than Wednesday or Sunday, is guilty of a misdemeanor.

Sec. 3 Every person who shall use a shotgun of a larger gauge than that commonly known and designated as a number ten gauge or who shall use or have in his possession any shotgun capable of carrying more than six shotgun shells is guilty of a misdemeanor.

Sec. 4. Every person who shall use or have in his possession any firearms commonly known as a “cane gun" or gun of similar character or any bird net, is guilty of a misdemeanor. 1923.

626p. Every person who, except in fish and game districts one, two, and three, takes, catches or kills, or has in his possession any beaver, or who, except in fish and game districts one, two, and three, has in his possession any green beaver hides, is guilty of a misdemeanor.

(a.) Provided, that the state fish and game commission may in writing authorize any person to take, catch or kill any beaver, when notice in writing is given the state fish and game commission that beavers are endangering or destroying the levees or other protective works of any reclamation district, levee district, or swamp-land district.

(b.) Provided, further, that the person or persons so taking, catching or killing any such beavers shall, within ten days thereafter, report in writing such taking, catching or killing and the place thereof to the state fish and game commission, and the state fish and game commission may thereupon issue permission in writing for the disposal of such hide or pelt so taken, caught or killed.

(c.) Provided, further, that the provisions of this sectior shall not apply to the skin or pelt of any beaver taken, caught or killed in any other state or country in which the taking, catching, killing and sale of beavers is permitted.

(d.) Every person found guilty of a violation of the provisions of this section must be fined in a sum not less than twentyfive dollars, nor more than five hundred dollars, or imprisonment in the county jail of the county in which the conviction shall be had not less than twenty-five days, nor more than one hundred fifty days, or by both such fine and imprisonment. 1925.

626q. Every person who at any time hunts, pursues, takes, kills, destroys, or has in his possession any sea otter is punishable by fine not exceeding one thousand dollars or imprisonment in the county jail not exceeding one year or both. 1913—951.

626r. Every person who, after the first day of November, one thousand nine hundred seventeen, sells or offers for sale or has in his possession for sale any aigrette or egret, osprey, bird of paradise, goura, or numidi, or the plume feathers, quills, head, wings, tail, skin, or parts of skin, raw or manufactured, of the said aigrette or egret, osprey, bird of paradise, goura or numidi, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor. 1917—662.

626s. Fish and game district one "A," one "B,” one “C” one "D,” one "E,” one "F,” one “G,” one “H,” one “Í,” one “J,” one “K," one “L,” one “M,two "A," three "A," three "B,” three“C," three “D,” three “E,” three "F,” four "A," four "B,” four “C,” four “D," four “E,” and four “F,” inclusive, are hereby designated as game refuges.

Every person who hunts, pursues, takes, kills or destroys, or has in his possession any species of bird or mammal or parts thereof, or any firearms in any game refuge, except under written permit from the board of fish and game commissioners, is guilty of a misdemeanor; provided, that nothing in this section shall prohibit the hunting and possession of water fowl in fish and game district four “A” and four "E” in accordance with the provisions prescribed in this chapter; provided, further, that nothing in this section shall prohibit the taking of any fish in any game refuge by such means and in such manner as may be prescribed in this chapter for the takirg of fish in the main districts in which the refuge is located.

Every person who, in fish and game district number twenty-six, takes, catches, kills or has in his possession any fish is guilty of a misdemeanor.

Every person found guilty of a violation of any of the provisions of this section shall be punishable by a fine of not less than twenty-five dollars nor more than five hundred dollars, or by imprisonment in the county jail in the county in which conviction shall be had, not less than twenty-five days nor more than one hundred fifty days, or by both such fine and imprisonment. All fines and forfeitures collected for any violation of any of the provisions of this section shall be paid into the state treasury to the credit of the fish and game preservation fund. 1921-156.

627. Every person who upon any enclosed or cultivated grounds, which is private property, and where signs are displayed not less than three to the mile, along all exterior boundries thereof, forbidding such shooting or hunting, hunts, pursues, takes, kills, or destroys, any quail, partridge, pheasant, grouse, dove, wild duck, snipe, curlew, ibis, or plover, or any deer, without permission first obtained from the owner or person in possession of such ground, or who maliciously tears down, mutilates, or destroys any sign, sign-board, or other notice forbidding shooting on private property, is guilty of a misdemeanor. 1901—821.

627a. Every railroad company, express company, transportation company, or other common carrier, its officers, agents, and servants and every other person who transports, carries or takes out of this state, or who receives for the purpose of transporting from this state, any deer, deerskin, or part of deerskin, or any quail, partridge, pheasant, grouse, or sage-hen or prairie-chicken, dove, wild pigeon, or any wild duck, wild goose, rail, snipe, ibis, curlew, plover, or other shore birds (Limicolae,) except for the purpose of propagation or scientific purposes, under a permit, in writing, first obtained from the board of fish and game commissioners of the State of California, or who transports, carries or takes from the state, or receives for the purpose of transportation from the state, the carcass of any such animal or any such bird, or any part of the carcass of any such animal or bird, is guilty of a misdemeanor. 1917–77.

6276. Every Common carrier, its officers, agents or servants, who receives for shipment or transportation, or who ships or transports, for any one person during any one calendar day; or any person who ships or offers for shipment or transportation during any one calendar day, more than the bag limit of wild birds or wild animals or fish allowed to be taken, caught, killed or possessed during any one calendar day, is guilty of a misde

meanor.

Every common carrier, its officers, agents or servants, who receives for shipment or transportation, or who ships or transports for any one person, between sunrise of one Sunday and sunrise of the following Sunday; or any person who ships or offers for shipment or transportation between sunrise of one Sunday and sunrise of the following Sunday, more than the bag limit of wild birds or wild animals or fish allowed to be taken, caught, killed or possessed between sunrise of one Sunday and sunrise of the following Sunday, is guilty of a misdemeanor.

Every common carrier, its officers, agents or servants, who receives for shipment or transportation, or who ships or transports for any one person during any one season; or any person who ships or offers for shipment or transportation during any one season, more than the seasonal bag limit of wild birds or wild animals or fish allowed to be taken, caught, killed or possessed during any one season, is guilty of a misdemeanor.

Every common carrier, its officers, agents or servants, who receives for shipment or transportation, or who ships or transports, or any person who ships or offers for shipment or transportation any wild birds or wild animals or fish, unless the same are at all times in open view, labeled with the name and residence of the shipper and the name and residence of the actual consignee and the exact contents as to kind and species of wild birds or wild animals or fish contained in the package offered for shipment or

« ПретходнаНастави »