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STATE OF MICHIGAN

GAME AND FISH LAWS

AND LAWS RELATIVE TO

DESTRUCTION OF NOXIOUS ANIMALS

Compiled by
CHARLES J. DELAND, Secretary of State
JOHN BAIRD, Director Department of Conservation

Published by CHARLES J. DELAND

Secretary of State

BY AUTHORITY

Lansing, Michigan
Wynkoop Hallenbeck Crawford Co.

State Printers

Jal. 9, 1-22

Gift of
Periompiere

in Littauer Center
APR 16 1941

CONTENTS.

st

Sections

1-9
10-27
28-33

34-35
36-42
43-44

45
46-60
61-62
63-70
71-72
73-78
79-103
104-110
111-112

113-116
117-118
119-122
123-127
128-131
132-136
137-141

142-172
173-272

Department provisions..

Forest fire protection.

State Board of Fish Commissioners.

Protection of fish and regulation of fishing:

protection of fish shutes...

erection and maintenance of fish shutes.

fishing rights secured to the people.

legalizing use of natural bait..

general provisions applying to inland water fishing.

prohibiting taking of grayling.

non-resident angler's license.

spearing of cisco, whitefish and carp in inland waters.

licensing commercial propagation of brook or rainbow trout.
general provisions applying to fishing in great lakes.

licensing use of boats and nets in bordering waters

fishing with set hook lines, etc..

Removal of obnoxious fish:

from inland waters..

from Lakes Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie, etc.

permitting spearing suckers, etc., in certain rivers.

Fouling of waters prohibited.

Protection of edible frogs...

Licensing commercial propagation of frogs..

Licensing fishing for clams, mollusks or pearls.

Local provisions:

bordering waters.

inland waters.

Laws relating to game; and birds and fur-bearing animals:

protection of game and birds, open and closed seasons, etc..

suspension, abridgment, etc., of open seasons by commissioner

licensing use of firearms in hunting deer.

permits to take one deer for camp purposes. .

killing of deer in certain counties prohibited until 1926.

game refuges on private and public lands...

licensing business of breeding and selling domesticated elk, etc.
protecting deer kept within or escaped from private enclosures.
protecting deer, moose, elk, etc., in public parks, etc...
licensing hunting, etc., of wild animals and birds except deer and beaver.

prohibiting hunting, etc., by unnaturalized foreign-borii residents..

licensing the killing of beaver.

protection of fur-bearing animals, open and closed seasons.
disturbance of fur-bearing animals kept for breeding purposes.
prohibiting hunting of rabbits with ferrets, etc..

protection of snowy heron and American egret.

Dedication of public shooting grounds:

swamp or submerged lands bordering the great lakes.

certain swamp lands in Wild Fowl bay...

protection against fire.

protection of fur-bearing animals within.

certain submerged lands in Lake Erie and Detroit river.

hunting of wild water fowl in waters of Lake Erie.

taking wild migratory waterfowl for propagation, etc.

Sunday hunting made unlawful:

in Oakland county.

in Livingston county.

in Macomb county and certain townships of Wayne county

Bounties for destruction of noxious animals and birds:

township..

Bounties for killing of English sparrows.

Bounties for woodchucks and crows..

Bounties for killing of common rats..

Supreme court decisions.

Digest of important general game and fish laws.

Appendix.

Index.

273-289

290-293

294-306

307-309

310-311

312-316

317-325

326

327-328
329-337
338-347
348-356
357-361
362-365
366-368
369-371

372-378

379-382

383-385

386-387

388-390
391-392
393-399

400-404
405-409
410-414

415

416-419
420-424
425-427

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, Director Department
of Conservation, Lansing, Michigan.

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