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STATE OF MICHIGAN
GAME AND FISH LAWS
AND LAWS RELATIVE TO
DESTRUCTION OF NOXIOUS ANIMALS
COLEMAN C. VAUGHAN, Secretary of State
Published by COLEMAN C. VAUGHAN
Secretary of State
FORT WAYNE PRINTING COMPANY
FORT WAYNE, INDIANA
JUN 29 1939
fishing rights secured to the people.
from Lakes Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie, etc. 134-135
permitting spearing suckers, etc., in certain rivers. 136-139
Licensing commercial propagation of frogs.
licensing use of firearms in hunting deer.
game refuges on private and public lands..
Sections. licensing the killing of beaver.
344-352 protection of fur-bearing animals, open and closed seasons
353-357 disturbance of fur-bearing animals kept for breeding purposes
358-361 prohibiting hunting of rabbits with ferrets, etc.. 362-364 protection of snowy heron and American
egret.. 365-367 protection of deer and elk on Island of Bois Blanc.. 368-369 Dedication of public shooting grounds:
swamp or submerged lands bordering the great lakes 370-376 certain swamp lands in Wild Fowl bay..
377-380 protection against fire.
381-383 protection of fur-bearing animals within.
384-385 certain submerged lands in Lake Erie and Detroit river
386-388 hunting of wild water fowl in waters of Lake Erie
389-390 taking wild migratory waterfowl for
391-397 Sunday hunting made unlawful : in Oakland county
398-402 in Livingston county
403-407 in Macomb county and certain townships of Wayne county
408-412 Bounties for destruction of noxious animals and birds : state and county.
422 Bounties for killing of English sparrows.
423-426 Bounties for weasels, etc....
427-431 Bounties for killing of common rats..
432-434 Supreme court decisions. Digest of important general game and fish laws. Appendix. Index.
The section numbers in parentheses (), are compiler's sections and are consecutive throughout the book. On certain laws of a general character the section number of the Compiled Laws of 1915 is also given.
All violations of the Game and Fish Laws should be reported to John Baird, State Game, Fish and Forest Fire Commissioner, Lansing, Michigan.
GAME AND FISH LAWS,
An Act to provide for the transfer of the powers an du es
of the State, game, fish and forestry warden to the public domain commission, and to define the powers and duties of the public domain commission in relation thereto, and to repeal all acts or parts of acts which conflict therewith.
[Act 28, P. A. 1915.]
The People of the State of Michigan enact :
TRANSFER OF POWERS AND DUTIES.
(1) $ 7466. SECTION 1. From and after the thirtieth day of June, nineteen hundred fifteen, all powers and duties imposed by law upon the State game, fish and forestry warden, and in force immediately prior to the time this act shall take effect, shall be, and the same are hereby, transferred to the public domain commission, which commission shall from and after the said thirtieth day of June, nineteen hundred fifteen, exercise all the powers and authority and be charged with the performance of any and all duties imposed by any and all laws in force immediately prior to the time this act shall take effect, upon said State game, fish and forestry warden, except as hereinafter provided.
GAME, FISH AND FOREST FIRE COMMISSIONER. DUTIES, POWERS,
SALARY AND TERM.
(2) $ 7467. SEC. 2. As soon as practicable after the passage of this act, the said public domain commission shall appoint some suitable person to be designated as game, fish and forest fire commissioner who shall be an executive officer of the public domain commission for the purposes of this act, and who shall, under the supervision and control of said commission, devote his entire time to