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APPENDIX.

ORDER CLOSING OR SUSPENDING THE OPEN SEASON FOR TAKING OR

HUNTING DEER IN THE COUNTY OF LAKE FOR A TERM OF FIVE
YEARS COMMENCING TENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1918.

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WHEREAS: A petition having been filed in my office in the city of Lansing, signed by a majority of the members of the board of supervisors of the county of Lake asking that a time and place be fixed in said county, to hold a public hearing to determine the advisability of making an order to suspend, abridge or otherwise regulate the present open season now fixed by law for the taking or hunting of the following animals, to-wit: Deer, because of the threatened depletion or extermination of said animals. And

WHEREAS: A proper notice of said hearing was duly published in accordance with law, and hearing thereon having been held in the village of Baldwin in said county, on the eleventh day of September, 1917, at which time and place all persons appearing were heard both for and against the issuance of such an order.

THEREFORE: I, John Baird, state game, fish and forest fire commissioner of the public domain commission of the state of Michigan, after due deliberation of the evidence submitted at such hearing thereon, do hereby order that the open season provided by section 18 of Act 275, Public Acts of 1911, as amended, on the following animals, to-wit: Deer, is hereby suspended or closed for a term of five years from the tenth day of November, 1917, during which time it shall be unlawful to pursue, hunt, kill, or attempt to pursue, hunt or kill any such ani. mals, under the penalties provided by section 5 of Act 9 of the Public Acts of 1917. Signed, sealed and ordered published this fourth day of October, 1917.

JOHN BAIRD, State game, fish and forest fire commissioner of the public domain commission. Approved by the public domain commission, this fourth day of October, 1917.

A. C. CARTON, Secretary.

ORDER SUSPENDING OR ABRIDGING THE OPEN SEASON FOR TAKING

OR TRAPPING BEAVER IN THE UPPER PENINSULA OF MICHIGAN
FOR A TERM OF FIVE YEARS COMMENCING THE FIRST DAY OF
NOVEMBER, 1920.

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WHEREAS: Petitions having been filed in my office in the city of Lansing, signed by a majority of the members of the board of supervisors of the counties of the upper peninsula asking that a time and place be fixed to hold a public hearing to determine the advisability of making an order to suspend, abridge or otherwise regulate the present open season now fixed by law for the taking or hunting of the following animals, to-wit: Beaver, because of the threatened depletion or extermination of said animals. And

WHEREAS: A proper notice of said hearing was duly published in accordance with law, and hearing thereon having been held in the city of Marquette on the 21st day of September, 1920, at which time and place all persons were heard both for and against the issuance of such an order.

THEREFORE, I, John Baird, state game, fish and forest fire commissioner of the public domain commission of the state of Michigan, after due consideration of the evidence submitted at such hearing and pursuant to the authority vested in me by Act No. 9, Public Acts of 1917, do hereby order that the open season provided by section 1 of Act 206, Public Acts of 1911, on the following animals, to-wit: Beaver, is hereby suspended and closed for a term of five years from the first day of November, A. D. 1920, during which time it shall be unlawful to take, trap, hunt, shoot, kill, or molest any such animal.

Any person violating the provisions of this order shall be subject to the penalty provided for in said Act No. 9, of the Public Acts of 1917.

Signed, sealed and ordered published this twenty-fourth day of September, 1920.

Approved by the public domain commission, this twenty-fifth day of September, 1920.

JOHN BAIRD,
State game, fish and forest fire commissioner of the public domain commission.

GEORGE LUSK,

Secretary.

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