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An Act to Better Protect the Fowling Interest in the Waters of Curritcuk County, ch. 42, § 1, 1870, N.C. Pub. Laws, 85, 85.

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  • 1870
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"SECTION 1. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact, That if any person whatsoever shall hunt or shoot wild fowl in the county of Currituck on the Sabbath day, or hunt them on any day of the week after the hour of sundown or before daylight in the morning with guns or fire, or use any gun other than can be fired from the shoulder, or build or use any blinds, boxes or batteries in any of the waters away from the marshes or shores proper, from and after thirty days after the passage of this act, such person shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and, upon conviction in the superior court of the county of Currituck for the same, shall be fined for each offence not less than two hundred and fifty dollars nor more than four hundred dollars, and shall be imprisoned not less than thirty nor more than sixty days."

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Public Laws of the State of North Carolina, Passed by the General Assembly at its Session 1869-70, Begun and Held in the City of Raleigh on the Fifteenth of November, 1869: To which Are Prefixed the Constitution of the State and a Register of State Officers, Members of the General Assembly and Judiciary, and a List of Commissioners of Affidavits with the Auditor’s Statement of the Public Revenue (Raleigh, NC: JO. W. Holden, 1870), 85. Chapter 42—An Act to Better Protect the Fowling Interest in the Waters of Curritcuk County, § 1. Ratified February 14, 1870.