1893 Del. Laws 263, An Act for the Protection of Fish and Game In and on the Waters of the Delaware Bay and River, and The Streams, Tributary Thereto, Within the Limits of this State, ch. 216, § 1.

  • Year:
  • 1893

. . . That from and after the passage of this act, it shall not be lawful for any person or persons living and residing without the limits of this State, to come into or enter upon the waters of the Delaware bay and river . . . for the purpose, and with intent to . . . hunt, shoot, or kill any geese, ducks, fowls or birds of other kind whatever . . . under the penalty of forfeiting all and singular the boats, vessels, guns . . . or other implements that may be used for the purposes aforesaid . . .