An Act to amend Chapter two hundred and thirty-three of the Private and Special Laws of nineteen hundred and nine, entitled “An Act for the protection of Deer in York County.”
Be it enacted by the People of the State of Maine, as follows:
Section one of said chapter is hereby amended by adding the following: ‘Provided, however, that it shall be unlawful to hunt, chase, catch or kill any deer within the limits of the town of York, in said county, at any time,’ so that when amended said section shall read as follows:
‘Section I. There shall be an annual close time for deer, during which it shall be unlawful to hunt, take, catch, kill or destroy any deer, in the county of York, from December first to October thirty-first, inclusive, following of each year. It shall be unlawful to hunt, chase, catch or kill more than one deer in said county during the month of November in each year, and it shall be unlawful to have in possession in one open season more than one deer which has been killed in said county. It shall be unlawful to hunt deer with a shot gun in this county. Provided, however, that it shall be unlawful to hunt, chase, catch or kill any deer within the limits of the towns of York, Kittery and Eliot, in said county, at any time.’ “
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Acts and Resolves of the Seventy-Fifth Legislature of the State of Maine 1911: Published by the Secretary of State, Agreeably to Resolves of June 28, 1820, February 18, 1840, and March 16, 1842 (Augusta, ME: Kennebec Journal Print, 1911), 338. Maine – 75th Legislature, Public & Private, Special Acts and Resolves, Regular Session, Chapter 90—An Act to Amend Chapter Two Hundred and Thirty-Three of the Private and Special Laws of Nineteen Hundred and Nine, Entitled “An Act for the Protection of Deer in York County.” Approved March 11, 1911.