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1872 Conn. Acts 108, An Act in Addition to an Act for the Preservation of Game, chap. 115, § 2.




No person shall at any time kill any wild duck, goose or brant with any instrument known as a punt gun or swivel, or with any other than such guns as are habitually raised at arms’ length and fired from the shoulder, or shall use any instrument or gun other than such guns as aforesaid, with attempt to capture or kill such wild duck, goose or brant, under a penalty of seven dollars.