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FISH AND GAME COMMISSIONERS.
BENJ. P. MORRIS, President,....LONG BRANCH RICHARD T. MILLER,
CAMDEN DAVID P. MCCLELLAN,. MORRISTOWN PERCY H. JOHNSON,
For convenience of reference this publication has been divided into the following parts:
A compendium, giving a synopsis of the more important laws.
The general fish and game laws, enactments applying to all persons in all parts of the State.
Special and local laws, pertaining to parts of the State.
The Delaware River, enactments pertaining to shad, herring and other fishing in the Delaware.
Appendix, laws relative to trespass, destroying woods, and the payment of bounties on foxes.
OF NEW JERSEY
WHAT IS ALWAYS UNLAWFUL.
To take or to attempt to take any game except by the use of guns held at arm's length. Fine, $20.
To take or to attempt to take any fish in any manner excepting with hook and line, excepting taking minnows for bait with a seine not more than thirty feet long, excepting in ponds and lakes having an area of over one hundred acres, where seines of fifty feet in length are permitted for bait fishing; taking eels with baskets or weirs between the fifteenth of September and the last of October, and taking eels with wicker baskets anchored on the bottoms of streams and ponds. Fine, $20.
To hunt or kill deer at any time. Fine, $100. To have trapped game in possession. Fine, $20.
To hunt on Sunday or carry firearms in the fields or woods or on the waters on Sunday or to hunt for quail, partridge, pheasant, woodcock or rabbits when there is a tracking snow on the ground. Fine, $20.
To pollute streams. Fine, $200.
To use medicated bait or explosives of any kind for taking fish. Fine, $100.
To draw off waters to take fish. Fine, $100.
To use set-lines in waters inhabited by pickerel, pike, pike-perch, bass or trout, or to use any contrivance in fishing having more than three hooks or one burr of three hooks or to have such contrivances in possession. Fine, $20.
To permit the erection or maintenance of unlawful contrivances for taking game and fish; applies to owners and tenants of lands. Fine, $20.
To use carp for bait or in any other way to put carp in fresh water. Fine, $20.