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with heads and feet attached thereto, tagged and marked as herein provided, of the birds so killed may be sold and transported by him, in any manner, and at any time, to a person for actual consumption, or to the keeper of a hotel, restaurant or boarding house, retail dealer in meat or game, or a club, for sale or service to their patrons, who may possess such carcasses for actual consumption without a license.

APPLICATION FOR LICENSE. WHAT TO CONTAIN.- FEE. --REVOCATION.

(395) SEC. 3. Application for license must be addressed to the state game, fish and forestry warden and must contain the following information: Name and address of applicant; place where business is to be carried on; number of acres used in the business and whether owned or leased by applicant; names of each species and number of birds or eggs of each species possessed or desired to be taken; and the particular locality where it is desired to take such waterfowl or eggs. The state game, fish and forestry warden shall have power and authority in his discretion to issue such licenses to persons applying therefor on the payment to him of a fee of five dollars. Such licenses shall be valid only during the calendar year of issue, shall not be transferable and may be revoked by the state game, fish and forestry warden, if the licensee violates any of the provisions of this act or the game laws of this state.

HOW TAGGED, ETC.

(396) SEC. 4. Each wild migratory waterfowl taken as provided by section one of this act shall be pinioned and tagged by the licensee under the supervision of the state game, fish and forestry warden within one week after being so taken, in the following manner: The first joint of one wing shall be removed, and an indestructible tag or seal furnished by the state game, fish and forestry warden shall be securely fastened to one leg of each such bird. Each migratory waterfowl raised in domestication as authorized by this section, before it is four weeks old shall have removed from the web of one foot a portion thereof in the form of a “V” large enough to make a permanent well-defined mark which will enable it to be identified as a bird raised in domestication under a license; and an indestructible tag or seal furnished by the state game, fish and forestry warden shall be securely fastened to one leg of each bird before it is two months old. The tags or seals shall remain at all times on the legs of such birds and, when a bird raised in domestication is killed for food purposes, the tag or seal shall remain so affixed until the carcass is wholly consumed.

WHAT TAG TO SHOW.

(397) SEC. 5. Any such waterfowl, part or egg thereof transported by common carrier shall have securely attached to it a tag plainly showing the name and address of the shipper, the number of his license, name and address of the consignee, and any package in which such waterfowl, part or egg thereof is transported in any manner shall have plainly and conspicuously marked on the outside thereof such information and in addition thereto an accurate statement of the number and species of birds, parts or eggs thereof contained therein.

RECORD KEPT BY LICENSEE. WHAT TO SET FORTH. REPORT.

(398) Sec. 6. Each licensee shall keep books of records which shall correctly set forth the total number of each species of waterfowl and their eggs possessed on the date of application for his license and on the first day of January next following; also for the calander year for which the permit was issued the total number of each species taken for propagation, reared, and killed, the number of each species and their eggs sold and transported, manner in which such waterfowl and eggs were transported, name and address of each person from and to whom waterfowl and eggs were purchased and sold, together with the number and species, whether bought or sold, alive or dead, and the date of each transaction. A written report verified by the licensee correctly setting forth this information shall be furnished the state game, fish and forestry warden during the month of January next following the issuance of the license.

INSPECTION OF RECORD.

(399) SEC. 7. A licensee shall at all reasonable hours allow any authorized employe of the state to enter and inspect the premises where operations are being carried on under this act and to inspect the books and records of such licensee relating thereto.

SUNDAY HUNTING.

An Act to prevent hunting for game on Sunday in Oakland county, to authorize

the arrest of persons so offending, and to prescribe a penalty therefor.

[Act 62, P. A. 1905.]

The People of the State of Michigan enact:

WHEN SUNDAY HUNTING UNLAWFUL.

(400) SECTION 1. It shall be unlawful for any person to hunt for game with firearms, dogs, or otherwise on Sunday on any lands or premises of another in Oakland county of this state, without consent of the owner or lessee of such lands or premises.

EVIDENCE OF VIOLATION.

(401) SEC. 2. If any person is found upon the lands or premises of another, without the consent of the owner or lessee of such lands or premises, with firearms in his possession on Sunday, it shall be deemed prima facie evidence of a violation of this act.

VIOLATION A MISDEMEANOR. —PENALTY.- WHO TO

MAKE COMPLAINT.-ARRESTS.

(402) SEC. 3. Any person violating the provisions of this act shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction thereof shall be liable to a fine of not more than twenty-five dollars and costs of prosecution, or to imprisonment in the county jail of not to exceed thirty days, or both such fine and imprisonment in the discretion of the court: Provided, however, That no complaint shall be made or entertained against any person for the violation of any of the provisions of this act, unless the same shall be made by the owner or lessee of the lands or premises so trespassed upon: Provided further, That any officer duly authorized to make an arrest, including the state game and fish warden and his deputies, may arrest without warrant any person caught by him in the act of violating any of the provisions of this act, when requested so to do by the owner or lessee of the lands or premises trespassed upon. Such arrest may be made on Sunday, in which case the person arrested may be taken before a justice of the peace having jurisdiction, and proceeded against as soon as may be on a week day following the arrest.

FEES FOR ARRESTS.

(403) SEC. 4. The state game and fish warden and his deputies shall receive the same fees for making arrests under this act that other officers now do for like services. Nothing herein shall prevent said warden or his deputies from receiving such further compensation as may be made by the board of supervisors of said county.

SUNDAY CONSTRUED.

(404) SEC. 5. The word “Sunday" as used in this act shall be construed to mean the first day of the week.

An Act to prevent hunting for game on Sunday, in the county of Livingston, to

authorize the arrest of persons so offending, and to prescribe a penalty there-
for.

[Act 273, P. A. 1905.]
The People of the state of Michigan enact:

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(405) SECTION 1. It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, whether residents of this or any other state, to hunt for game with firearms, dogs or otherwise on Sunday on any lands or premises of another in the county of Livingston of this state, without the consent of the owner or lessee of such lands or premises.

EVIDENCE OF VIOLATION. (406) Sec. 2. Any person or persons found upon the lands or premises of another without the consent of the owner or lessee of such lands or premises, with firearms in his possession on Sunday, shall be deemed prima facie evidence of a violation of this act.

PENALTY. OWNER TO MAKE COMPLAINT. -ARRESTS.

(407)

SEC. 3. Any person or persons violating the provisions of this act, shall

be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and on conviction thereof shall be liable to a fine of not more than twenty-five dollars and cost of prosecution, or to imprisonment in the county jail of not to exceed thirty days, or both such fine and imprisonment, in the discretion of the court: Provided, however, That no complaint shall be made or entertained against any person or persons for the violation of any of the provisions of this act, unless the same shall be made by

owner or lessee of the lands or premises so trespassed upon: Provided further, That any officer duly authorized to make arrest, including the state game and fish warden and his deputies, may arrest without warrant any person

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FEES FOR ARRESTS.

(408) Sec. 4. The state game and fish warden and his deputies shall receive the

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SUNDAY CONSTRUED.

(409) SEC. 5. The word “Sunday" as used in this act shall be construed to mean the first day of the week.

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(410) SECTION 1. It shall be unlawful for any person to hunt for game with firearms, dogs or otherwise, on Sunday on any lands or premises of another in

the townships of Greenfield, Redford, Plymouth, Gratiot, Hamtra mck, Grosse Pointe, Northville, Livonia in the county of Wayne, and in the county of Macomb, without the consent of the owner or lessee of such lands or premises: Provided, That the provisions of this act shall not apply to the shooting of wild water fowl in Detroit river, St. Clair river and Lake St. Clair, in the counties of Wayne and Macomb.

EVIDENCE OF VIOLATION.

(411) SEC. 2. If any person is found upon the lands or premises of another without the consent of the owner or lessee of such lands or premises, with firearms in his possession on Sunday, it shall be deemed prima facie evidence of a violation of this act.

PENALTY.OWNER TO COMPLAIN.

-ARRESTS.

(412) SEC. 3. Any person violating the provisions of this act shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction thereof, shall be liable to a fine of not more than twenty-five dollars and costs of prosecution, or to imprisonment in the county jail of not to exceed thirty days, or both such fine and imprisonment in the discretion of the court: Provided, however, That no complaint shall be made or entertained against any person for the violation of any of the provisions of this act, unless the same shall be made by the owner or lessee of the lands or premises so trespassed upon: Provided, further, That any officer duly authorized to make an arrest, including the state game and fish warden and his deputies, may arrest without warrant any person caught by him in the act of violating any of the provisions of this act, when requested so to do by the owner or lessee of the lands or premises trespassed upon. Such arrest may be made on Sunday, in which case the person arrested may be taken before a justice of the peace having jurisdiction, and proceeded against as soon as may be on a week day following the arrest.

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FEES FOR ARRESTS,

(413) SEC. 4. The state game and fish warden and his deputies shall receive the same fees for making arrests under this act that other officers now do for like services. Nothing herein shall prevent said warden or his deputies from receiving such further compensation as may be made by the board of supervisors of said county.

SUNDAY CONSTRUED.

(414) SEC. 5. The word “Sunday" as used in this act shall be construed to mean the first day of the week.

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[Extract from R. S. 46, Chap. 51.] (415) § 7256. SEC. 13. The township boards of the several townships of this state, shall have power, at the expense of their respective townships, to award and allow such other bounties for the destruction of wolves, wolf whelps, and such bounties for the destruction of panthers and cther noxious animals, within their respective townships, as the qualified electors of each shall have voted at the annual township meeting next preceding; and such additional and other bounties, when duly allowed and certified in such manner as the township board may prescribe, shall be paid out of the township treasury: Provided, That neither of the bounties provided for in this section shall exceed in amount the sum of two dollars. BOUNTIES FOR ENGLISH SPARROWS.

An Act to provide for the payment of bounties for the killing of English sparrows.

[Act 226, P. A. 1907.)

The People of the State of Michigan enact:

BOUNTY.

(416) § 7260. SECTION 1. Every person being an inhabitant of this state, who shall kill an English sparrow in any organized township, village or city in this state, during the months of December, January and February of each year, shall be entitled to receive a bounty of two cents for each sparrow thus killed, to be allowed and paid in the manner hereinafter provided.

APPLICATION FOR BOUNTY. -CERTIFICATE.

(417) § 7261. SEC. 2. Every person applying for such bounty shall take such sparrow, in lots of not less than ten, to the clerk of the township, village or city within which such sparrow shall have been killed, in a state of good preservation, and if satisfied with the correctness of such claim, shall issue a certificate stating the amount of bounty to which such applicant is entitled and deliver the same to said applicant, and shall destroy such sparrows by burning.

PAYMENT.

(418) § 7262. SEC. 3. Such certificate may be presented by the claimant or his agent to the county clerk of the county in which such sparrows have been killed, who shall thereupon draw a warrant for the amount on the treasurer of said county, and said treasurer shall, upon presentation of said warrant, pay the same from the general or contingent fund of said county.

PENALTY FOR FRAUD.

(419) § 7263. SEC. 4. Any person who collects or attempts to collect any bounty under the provisions of this act, on any bird other than English sparrows, or who collects or attempts to collect such bounty upon any sparrows not killed in the county in which such collection or attempt to so collect is made, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction thereof shall be punished by a fine of not less than one dollar nor more than ten dollars, or by imprisonment in the county jail not more than ten days, or by both such fine and imprisonment in the discretion of the court.

BOUNTIES FOR WOODCHUCKS AND CROWS.

An Act to provide for the payment of bounties for the killing of weasels, wood

chucks, crows, and certain kinds of owls and hawks.

[Act 242, P. A. 1919.]

The People of the State of Michigan enact:

BOUNTY.

(420) SECTION 1. Every person being an inhabitant of this state, who shall kill a woodchuck or crow, in any organized township, village or city in this state, shall be entitled to receive a bounty of twenty-five cents for each woodchuck thus killed, and twenty-five cents for each crow thus killed, to be allowed and paid in the manner hereinafter provided.

Am. 1921, Act 311.

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