James S. Dewey, The Compiled Laws of the State of Michigan. Compiled and Arranged under an Act of the Legislature, Approved January 25, 1871 Page 680, Image 690 (Vol. 1, 1872) available at The Making of Modern Law: Primary Sources.

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For the Protection of Game and Muskrats. (2096.) § 4. No person or persons shall at any time kill or attempt to kill any wild duck, or other wild fowl, with or by means of a swivel or punt gun, or rob or destroy the nests of any wild ducks or wild geese, or in any manner kill or molest the same whilst they are sitting at night on their nesting places.