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1906 N.J. Laws 699-700, An Act to Amend an Act Entitled “An Act for the Protection of Certain Kinds of Birds, Game and Fish, to Regulate Their Method of Capture, and Provide Open and Close Seasons for Such Capture and Possession,” ch. 317, § 1.

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It shall be unlawful for three years after the passage of this act for any person to gun for or to take, or attempt to take, kill, injure or destroy, or to have in possession any wild deer, be the same buck, doe or fawn, under penalty of one hundred dollars for each offense; and thereafter it shall be unlawful to take, kill, injure or destroy or to hunt with intent to take, kill, injure or destroy, any wild deer, be the same buck, doe or fawn, excepting on every Wednesday in the month of November, under a penalty of one hundred dollars for each and every wild deer so taken, killed, injured or had in possession, and of one hundred dollars of each attempt to take, kill, injure or destroy deer, be the same buck, doe or fawn; and no person shall kill, injure, destroy or have in possession more than one deer, be the same buck, doe or fawn, in any one year, under a penalty of one hundred dollars for every deer so killed, injured, destroyed or had in possession. The having in possession of any such deer during the times and periods prohibited in this act shall be prima facie evidence in all courts and places of the fact that they are in possession unlawfully.