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1921 N.M. Laws 57-58, An Act Providing for the Protection of Game and Fish and for Their Use and Development for Public Recreation and Food Supply . . . and Repealing Certain Other Provisions of Existing Laws, ch. 35, § 16.




No game shall be pursued, taken, wounded or killed in the night, or with a steel or hard pointed bullet or with any weapon other than an ordinary shoulder gun or pistol, and the use of high powered rifles in hunting and taking migratory game birds is hereby prohibited.