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1916 N.J. Laws 275-76, An Act to Prohibit Any Person from Going into the Woods or Fields with a Gun or Other Firearm when Intoxicated, or under the Influence of any Drug or Intoxicating Liquor, ch. 130, §§ 1-2.

1. It shall be unlawful for any person to go into the woods or fields at any time with a gun or firearm when intoxicated or under the influence of any drug or drugs or of intoxicating liquor. 2. Any person violating any of the provisions of this act shall be liable to a penalty of fifty dollars for each offense, to be sued for and recovered in the manner provided and by the persons authorized to sued for and recover penalties. . . . Upon the conviction of any person for violating the provisions of this act, the license to hunt and fish of such person issued to him . . . shall become void, and the justice of the peace, District Court judge, or police magistrate before whom such conviction is had, shall take from the person so convicted the license, mark the same “revoked” and send it to the Board of Fish and Game Commissioners. If such conviction is reversed on appeal the license shall be restored to the defendant. Any license to hunt or fish issued to any person convicted of a violation of this act during the calendar year in which such offense occurred shall be null and void.