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Array open seasons
FOR
hunting
IN
CANADA
Maine, Newfoundland
and Alaska
1924
Canadian Pacific Railway
MONTREAL
PRINTED IN CANADA NEWFOUNDLAND
CARIBOU-August ist to Sept. 30th and Oct. list tojan-
uary 31st following, (except in special region North
and South of Railroad from Grand Lake to Kittys
Brook, where there is no open season).
Non-residents must secure a license from Game and
Inland Fisheries Board, St. John's or a Magistrate or
Sub-collector at Port Entry. Fee $50.00 and $1.00 to
person issuing same.    Limit—3 Stags.
MOOSE AND ELK—Protected indefinitely.
OTHER GAME—Beavers—Protected.
WILD RABBIT OR HARE—Guns, September 20th to December 31st. Traps or Snares, September 20th to
February 28th.
OTTER, MARTEN, LYNX—October ist to March 31st.
FOXES—October 15th to March 14th.
GAME BIRDS-
WILD GEESE—All year.
PTARMIGAN WILLOW GROUSE (commonly called
Pamidge). CURLEW, PLOVER, SNIPE, or other
wild or migratory birds. Sept. 20th to Dec. 31st.
(For further information, apply to Game and Inland Fisheries Board, St.
John's Newfoundland.)
NOVA SCOTIA
MOOSE (Bull)—October ist to Nov. i<th, except on Island
of Cape Breton, and counties of Inverness  and Victoria,   where   they   are   protected.    Cow   moose   pro
tected,  and it is  not permitted  to  kill or hunt  calf
moose under the age of two years.
Limit—One bull moose.
CARIBOU—Closed season until Sept. 16th 193°-
DEER (except in Counties of Cape Breton, Inverness, and
Victoria) Oct, 16th to Nov. 30th.
NOTE-Hunting of deer prohibited in Counties of Cape Breton, Inverness and Victoria.
Limit—1 Deer.
BEAR AND WILD CAT—All year.
OTHER   GAME—Beaver,   Fisher,   Marten—protected   indefinitely.    Mink, Otter, Fox, Racoon   and   Muskrat
—Nov. ist to January 31st.
HARE OR RABBIT—Nov. ist to March ist.
GAME BIRDS—Woodcock, Wilson or Jack Snipe, Oct. ist
to Nov. 30th.
Duck, Geese, Brant, Rails—Oct. 15th to Jan. 31st.
Plover, Yellow-Legs—Aug. 15th to Nov. 30th.
All other migratory game birds protected.
Partridges (ruffed grouse)—Oct, ist to Oct. 31st.
LICENSE-Non-resident license fee for all game, $40.00.    For small game
(excepting woodcock and snipe), $15.0U.
(For further information, apply to Commissioner of  Forests and Game
Halifax, N. S.)
DEPARTMENT OF
Fish
Toronto     -    Ontc
HON. CHARLES McCREA, Minister
o   O   o
MAINE
Summary of General Game Laws.
MOOSE AND CARIBOU—Protected at all times.
DEER—In Aroostook, Penobscot, Piscataquis, Somer:
Franklin, Washington, Hancock, and Oxford coun
—October 16th to November 30th, both days in<
sive. Limit in these counties, two deer to a per
in one season. ^^^
SPECIAL DEER LAWS—Open season in counties of Androscoggin, Jf^
"^    Cumberland,   Sagadahoc,   Lincoln,   Waldo,   Kennebec   and   Kl    _ 1
during the month of November.
GENERAL LIMIT—Two deer.
In the eight southern counties  collectively—-Andi
coggin, Cumberland, Kennebec, Knox, Lincoln, Sa
dahoc Waldo and York—Limit, only one deer.   > Cert
territory in several counties closed to all hunting.
BEAR—No closed season.
LICENSE FEES—Non-residents, $15.00.
RABBITS—October ist to Feb. 29th.
GAME BIRDS—Partridge and Woodcock, Oct. ist to J>
DUCKS?BinANT,VGEESE, GALLINULES AND J AC
SNIPE OR WILSON SNIPE—Sept. 16th to J
31st inclusive, except in Merrymeeting Bay and 11.
towns adjacent thereto where the season extends
BLACK^BREA^ PLOVER, GRt
ER AND LESSER YELLOW-LEGS-August
to Nov. 30th inclusive.
RAILS (except Coots and Gallinules), Sept. ist to Nov. j
inclusive.
Daily limit on game birds.—No person can kill, have in Posseswo
transport in any one day more than 5 Parti idges (season hm]
Partridge, 25**6 Woodcock;  10 Ducks;  10 Snipe, and 5 P
(Federal law limit, 8 Geese, 8 Brant, 25 Rails, Coots and GaUin
Plover and Yellowlegs 15 m all.) Z=:
NOTE—If guide is employed, the combined bag of sportsman and g
must not exceed these limits.
&X E£ SSft be -d Mfitt? &5A. -d wate**
in any Inland Waters of Maine.
Dogs must not be used in hunting Deer.
All Sunday and Night hunting prohibited.
Unlawful to use silencers on firearms. "
one guide. ,.
t TmriMqF—As license fees' hunting territories and conditions vary according
LICENSE ^h^n^ mado, hunters
should apply to local sources for this information.
eries
Synopsis of
Game Laws
1923
(Subject to Change)
[arch 31, inclusive,
iwa Rivers. Close
tawa Rivers.
November   1   to
Mattawa Rivers,
North of French
lay 21, inclusive.
Skunk.    No close
South of French
,5 to 20, inclusive.
Rivers to main line
ay,  October  25  to
of Canadian Gov-
>v. 15, inclusive.
than Wood and
September   1   to
r 15, inclusive.
["H   of   French   and
0, inclusive.   North
:tober 15 to Novem-
and
ant
No open
season.
t, July 1 to Novem-
rest of Point Pelee,
ive. Other waters,
re.
• 30, inclusive,
ber 14, inclusive.
1 to September 14,
ay, North Channel,
outh of French and
i 31 next. North of
lay 16 to April 14
seaosn.
Bass, 8 per day, not
tounds in weight, 20
lan 7 inches each.
ides.
the Minister
3mes.
partment of
Ji to Dec.
ic. 31st.
ou.
the age of
Racoon—
31st.
over and
th, except
season is
id (except
a Parrot,
t.   ist   to
)ec. 1
Jr    ist
15 th.
to
NEW BRUNSWICK
MOOSE—Oct.  ist to Nov. 30th.
Cow and Calf Moose must not be killed at any time.
Bulls under age of three years protected.
Bag Limit—1 Bull Moose and two Deer.
DEER—Sept. 15th to Nov.  14th.
CARIBOU—Protected.
BEAR—All year.   '
OTHER GAME—Beaver—protected.
Mink, Otter, Fisher-Nov   ist to March 31st  .
Muskrat-March 25th to May ist and in certain coun-
GAMEtiBSIRD^ee5s?Brant, Duck or Rails-Sept. 1st to
WcScock^and Snipe—Sept. 15th to November 30th.
PloverYellow-Legs-August  15th to November 30th.
Other migratory birds protected.
pirtridgel-Subject to order in council.
3
CURLEW, SANDPIPER and all other migratory birds not
specified above, must not be killed at any time.
LICENSES—Non-resident's license fee for general hunting (entire  province),
$25.00.
Non-residents who are active members of duly incorporated Fish   and
Game Clubs of the Province, $10.00.
(For further information, apply   to General Superintendent,   Fish and
Game Branch,  Dept. Colonization, Mines and Fisheries, Quebec,
Que.)
ONTARIO
MOOSE DEER, REINDEER OR CARIBOU—South of
French and Mattawa Rivers, Nov. 5th to Nov. 20th
inclusive. North and West of French and Mattawa
Rivers, Oct. 25th to Nov. 30th inclusive.
BEAR—All year.
Female Moose protected;   Moose,  Reindeer or  Caribou
under age of one year, protected.
Limits—One Deer, one Bull Moose, or one Reindeer or
Caribou.
Soecial Camp license may be obtained by organized resident hunting
Darties to kill one deer to be eaten in camp. One such license to
every six persons. Deer killed under authority of this permit will
not affect limit under Hunting license.
OTHER  GAME-
31st.
-Beaver  and  Otter—Dec.   15th  to   Mar. NEWFOUNDLAND
CARIBOU—August ist to Sept. 30th and Oct. 21st to January 31st following, (except in special region North
and South of Railroad from Grand Lake to Kitty's
Brook, where there is no open season).
Non-residents must secure a license from Game and
Inland Fisheries Board, St. John's or a Magistrate or
Sub-collector at Port Entry. Fee $50.00 and $1.00 to
person issuing same.    Limit—3 Stags.
MOOSE AND ELK—Protected indefinitely.
OTHER GAME—Beavers—Protected.
WILD RABBIT OR HARE—Guns, September 20th to December 31st. Traps or Snares, September 20th to
February 28th.
OTTER, MARTEN, LYNX—October ist to March 31st.
FOXES—October 15th to March 14th.
GAME BIRDS-
WILD GEESE—All year.
PTARMIGAN, WILLOW GROUSE (commonly called
Partridge). CURLEW, PLOVER, SNIPE, or other
wild or migratory birds. Sept. 20th to Dec. 31st.
y
John's Newfoundland
NOVA SCOTIA
MOOSE (Bull)—October ist to Nov. 15th, except on Island
of Cape Breton, and counties of Inverness and Victoria, where they are protected. Cow moose protected, and it is not permitted to kill or hunt calf
moose under the age of two years.
Limit—One bull moose.
CARIBOU—Closed season until Sept. 16th 1930.
DEER (except in Counties of Cape Breton, Inverness, and
Victoria) Oct, 16th to Nov. 30th.
NOTE-—Hunting of deer prohibited in Counties of Cape Breton, Inverness and Victoria.
Limit—1 Deer.
BEAR AND WILD CAT—All year.
OTHER GAME—Beaver, Fisher, Marten—protected indefinitely. Mink, Otter, Fox, Racoon and Muskrat
—Nov.  ist to January 31st.
HARE OR RABBIT—Nov. ist to March ist.
GAME BIRDS—Woodcock, Wilson or Jack Snipe, Oct. ist
to Nov. 30th.
Duck, Geese, Brant, Rails—Oct. 15th to Jan. 31st.
Plover, Yellow-Legs—Aug. 15th to Nov. 30th.
All other migratory game birds protected.
Partridges (ruffed grouse)—Oct, ist to Oct. 31st.
LICENSE—Non-resident license fee for all game, $40.00.    For small game
(excepting woodcock and snipe), $15.00.
(For further information, apply to Commissioner of   Forests and Game
Halifax, N. S.)
MOOSE AN
DEER—In
Frank]
—Octc
sive.
in one
SPECIAL dee:
Cumber
during
GENERAL
In   the
DON'T ^erm^  Hounds  or  Dogs  to  run  Deer  during
close season.
DON'T Permit *ne flesh of any animal or bird taken,
suitable for food, to be destroyed, or spoilt, or
the pelts of fur-bearing animals to be destroyed
or spoilt.
DON'T Purchase or sell Wild Geese, Wild Ducks, or
other Water Fowl, Snipe, Quail, Woodcock,
Ruffed Grouse (Partridge), Large or Small-
mouthed Black Bass, Maskinonge, Speckled
Trout, Rainbow Trout or other Pacific Trout.
DON'T DUy or sen Pe*ts °f fur-bearing animals, either
t/v/n 1 commerciaiiy or for personal use, before securing
a license.
DON'T keep   fur-bearing   animals   or   game   birds   in
gj\jn 1 captivity without first securing a license.
DON'T trap fur-bearing animals without first securing a
i^v/n 1 license, unless you are a farmer trapping other
than Beaver and Otter on your own premises.
Fox by gun and dog, and Bear, by any means,
may be taken without license.
HAN'T smp out °* Province» or send to a tanner, any
UU1N 1 pelts without a permit.
DON'T ang*e °-r- nunt without a license, if you are a
non-resident.
DON'T
shoot between sunset and sunrise.
nfllVPT ta^e any Small or Large-mouthed Black Bass,
LJU1N I Maskinonge,   Speckled   Trout,    Brown   Trout,
Rainbow Trout or other Pacific Trout except
by angling.
T)QM>T take more than one^ Deer,"* Moose or Caribou
per license, nor a Cow Moose or Moose Calf.
coggin
dahoc
territo
BEAR—No
LICENSE I
RABBITS-
GAME BIR]
30th, i
DUCKS,  BE
SNIP!
31st in
towns
Sept. ]
BLACK-BR]
ER  A
to No
RAILS (excej
inclusi
Daily limit
transp'oi
Partridg
(Federal
Plover 1
NOTE—If g
must n(
Game birds
Motor boats cannot be used for hunting sea birds, ducks and waterfowl
in any Inland Waters of Maine.
Dogs must not be used in hunting Deer.
All Sunday and Night hunting prohibited.
Unlawful to use silencers on firearms.
GUIDES:—All non-residents,  while hunting in unorganized territory must
be in charge of a registered guide—not more than five hunters with
one guide.
LICENSE—As license fees, hunting territories and conditions vary according
to districts hunted, and changes are continually being made, hunters
should apply to local sources for this information.
NEW BRUNSWICK
MOOSE—Oct.  ist to Nov. 30th.
Cow and Calf Moose must not be killed at any time.
Bulls under age of three years protected.
Bag Limit—1  Bull Moose and two Deer.
DEER—Sept.  15th to Nov.  14th.
CARIBOU—Protected.
BEAR—All year.
OTHER GAME—Beaver—protected.
Mink, Otter, Fisher—Nov. ist to March 31st.
Muskrat—March 25th to May ist and in certain counties to May 25th.
GAME BIRDS—Geese, Brant, Duck or Rails—Sept. 1st to
Dec. 31st.
Woodcock and Snipe—Sept. 15th to November 30th.
Plover,  Yellow-Legs—August  15th to November 30th.
Other migratory birds protected.
Partridges—Subject to order in council.
OPEN SEASONS
Beaver and Otter. January 1 to March 31, inclusive,
North of the French and Mattawa Rivers. Close
season, South of French and Mattawa Rivers.
Fisher, Marten, Mink, Raccoon. November 1 to
April 15, inclusive.
Muskrat. South of French and Mattawa Rivers,
March 1 to April 21, inclusive. North of French
and Mattawa Rivers, April 1 to May 21, inclusive.
Bear, Fox, ^Rabbit, Weasel, Lynx, Skunk. No close
season.
Deer, Moose, Reindeer, Caribou. South of French
and Mattawa Rivers, November 5 to 20, inclusive.
North of French and Mattawa Rivers to main line
of Canadian Government Railway, October 25 to
November 30, inclusive. North of Canadian Government Railway, Sept. 15 to Nov. 15, inclusive.
Wild Geese, Wild Ducks, (other than Wood and
Eider Duck), Plover, Snipe. September 1 to
December 15, Inclusive.
Woodcock.    September 15 to October 15, inclusive.
Ruffed Grouse (Partridge). South of French and
Mattawa Rivers, November 5 to 20, inclusive. North
of French and Mattawa Rivers, October 15 to November 20, inclusive.
Prairie Fowl, Wild Turkey, Black and   \    No open
Grey   Squirrel,   Quail  and   Pheasant  /      season.
Bass. Thunder Bay District and west, July 1 to November 30, inclusive. Lake Erie, west of Point Pelee,
July 16 to May 23 next, inclusive. Other waters,
June 16 to November 30. inclusive.
Maskinonge.    June 16 to November 30, inclusive.
Speckled Trout.    May 1 to September 14, inclusive.
Rainbow and Pacific Trout. July 1 to September 14,
inclusive,
Salmon Trout.    No close season.
Pickerel. Great Lakes/Georgian Bay, North Channel,
no close season. Other waters south of French and
Mattawa Rivers. May 1 to March 31 next. North of
French and Mattawa Rivers, May 16 to April 14
next, inclusive.
LIMITS
Duck, 25 per day. 200 per season.
Ruffed Grouse (Partridge), 10 per seaosn.
Large and Small-mouthed Black Bass, 8 per day, not
less than 10 inches.
Maskinonge, 4 per day.
Pickerel,  12 per day.
Salmon Trout, 5 per day.
Rainbow Trout, 6 per day.
Other Pacific Trout, 6 per day.
Speckled and Brown Trout, 10 pounds in weight, 20
in number per day.    Not less than 7 inches each.
(ides.
the Minister
pmes.
partment of
h to Dec.
;c. 31st.
bu.
the age of
Racoon—
31st.
over   and
th, except
season is
lid (except
[a Parrot,
t.   ist   to
t)ec.  15th.
f    ist    to
J anuary 31st.
CURLEW, SANDPIPER and all other migratory birds not
specified above, must not be killed at any time.
LICENSES—Non-resident's license fee for general hunting (entire  province),
$25.00.
Non-residents who are active members of duly incorporated Fish   and
Game Clubs of the Province, $10.00.
(For further information, apply    to General Superintendent,   Fish and
Game Branch,  Dept.  Colonization,  Mines and Fisheries, Quebec,
Que.)
ONTARIO
MOOSE, DEER, REINDEER OR CARIBOU—South of
French and Mattawa Rivers, Nov. 5th to Nov. 20th
inclusive.    North and West of French and Mattawa
Rivers, Oct. 25th to Nov. 30th inclusive.
BEAR—All year.
Female Moose protected;   Moose,  Reindeer or  Caribou
under age of one year, protected.
Limits—One Deer, one Bull Moose, or one Reindeer or
Caribou.
Special Camp license may be obtained by organized resident hunting
parties to kill one deer to be eaten in camp. One such license to
every six persons. Deer killed under authority of this permit will
not affect limit under Hunting license.
OTHER   GAME—Beaver  and  Otter—Dec.   15th  to   Mar.
31st. MOOSE AN
DEER—In
Frank]
—Octc
sive.
in one
SPECIAL DEE.
Cumber
during
GENERAL
DO!
DO]
DO]
D01
In ^    DO
coggin       UU;
dahoc
territo
BEAR—No        DO!
LICENSE ]
DO
do:
DO
DO
DO]
A Word
on
Conservation
The wild life of to-day is not ours to
do with as, we please. The original stock
is given to us in trust for the benefit of
both the present and the future. We
must render an accounting of this trust
to those who come after us.
The protection of wild life, and the
preservation of all other natural resources
which underlie national prosperity and
happiness, must depend finally upon the
support and willing service of every
citizen.
HELP TO
PROTECT THE
G
A copy of the ACT AND REGULATIONS or further information may be
had upon application to
DEPARTMENT OF
GAME  AND
Toronto
FISHERIES
Ontario
RABBITS-
GAME BIR]
30th, i
DUCKS,  BE
SNIP!
31st in
towns
Sept. ]
BLACK-BR]
ER A
to No
RAILS (exce;
inclusi
Daily limit
transp'oi
Partrid^
(Federa
Plover 1
NOTE—If £
must n(
Game birds
Motor boats cannot be used for hunting sea birds, ducks and waterfowl
in any Inland Waters of Maine.
Dogs must not be used in hunting Deer.
All Sunday and Night hunting prohibited.
Unlawful to use silencers on firearms.
GUIDES:—All non-residents,  while hunting in unorganized territory must
be in charge of a registered guide—not more than five hunters with
one guide.
LICENSE—As license fees, hunting territories and conditions vary according
to districts hunted, and changes are continually being made, hunters
should apply to local sources for this information.
NEW BRUNSWICK
MOOSE—Oct.  ist to Nov. 30th.
Cow and Calf Moose must not be killed at any time.
Bulls under age of three years protected.
Bag Limit—1  Bull Moose and two Deer.
DEER—Sept.  15th to Nov.  14th.
CARIBOU—Protected.
BEAR—All year.
OTHER GAME—Beaver—protected.
Mink, Otter, Fisher—Nov. ist to March 31st.
Muskrat—March 25th to May ist and in certain counties to May 25th.
GAME BIRDS—Geese, Brant, Duck or Rails—Sept. 1st to
Dec. 31st.
Woodcock and Snipe—Sept. 15th to November 30th.
Plover,  Yellow-Legs—August  15th to November 30th.
Other migratory birds protected.
Partridges—Subject to order in council.
3
aine
Non-resident hunters must be accompanied by licensed guides.
Sunday hunting and shooting prohibited.
Non-resident hunters are allowed under special permit from the Minister
of Lands and Mines to ship game they kill to their homes.
LICENSE—Non-resident, big game, $50.00.
(For further information,  apply to Deputy  Minister,  Department of
Lands and Mines, Fredericton, N.B.)
QUEBEC
MOOSE—North of St. Lawrence River, Sept. 10th to Dec.
31st.
South of St. Lawrence River, Sept. 20th to Dec. 31st.
DEER—Sept.  ist to Nov. 30th.
CARIBOU—Sept. 20th to Dec. 31st.
BEAR—August 20th to June 30th.
Limits—One Moose, two Deer and two Caribou.
The young of Deer, Moose or Caribou, under the age of
one year, must not be hunted or killed.
Cow Moose must not be killed at any time.
OTHER    GAME—Mink,    Marten,   Fisher,    or    Racoon-
November ist to March 31st.
Beaver and Otter—Dec.  15th to April 1st.
FOX—November ist to February 2#th.
HARE—October 15th to January 31st.
MUSKRAT—March 15th to May ist.
North of 50th parallel, November ist to May 31st.
GAME BIRDS—Woodcock, Curlew, Snipe, Plover and
Yellow-legs—September ist to December 15th, except
in districts adjacent to tidal waters, where season is
Sept.  ist to  Nov. 30th.
Geese, Widgeon, Teal or Wild Duck of any kind (except
Eider Duck, Wood Duck, Wild Swan, Sea Parrot,
Gannet, Guillemot and Sea Pigeon)—Sept. ist to
Dec. 15th.
BIRCH OR SPRUCE PARTRIDGE—Sept. ist to Dec. 15th.
WHITE PARTRIDGE (ptarmigan) —November ist to
January 31st.
CURLEW, SANDPIPER and all other migratory birds not
specified above, must not be killed at any time.
LICENSES—Non-resident's license fee for general hunting (entire  province),
$25.00.
Non-residents who are active members of duly incorporated Fish   and
Game Clubs of the Province, $10.00.
(For further information, apply   to General Superintendent,   Fish and
Game Branch,  Dept.  Colonization,  Mines and Fisheries, Quebec,
Que.)
ONTARIO
MOOSE, DEER, REINDEER OR CARIBOU—South of
French and Mattawa Rivers, Nov. 5th to Nov. 20th
inclusive. North and West of French and Mattawa
Rivers, Oct. 25th to Nov. 30th inclusive.
BEAR—All year.
Female Moose protected;   Moose,  Reindeer  or  Caribou
under age of one year, protected.
Limits—One Deer, one Bull Moose, or one Reindeer or
Caribou.
Special Camp license may be obtained by organized resident hunting
parties to kill one deer to be eaten in camp. One such license to
every six persons. Deer killed under authority of this permit will
not affect limit under Hunting license.
OTHER GAME—Beaver and Otter—Dec. 15th to Mar.
31st.
LK
MUSKRAT—March ist to April 21st in that part of the
Province lying south of the French and Mattawa
Rivers, and^ April ist to May 21st in that part of
Province lying north of the French and Mattawa
Rivers.
FISHER, MARTEN, MINK OR RACOON,   Nov.   ist   to
March 31st.
SQUIRRELS (Black and Grey) protected.    No person shall
hunt, take, trap, shoot, kill or molest any fur-bearing
animal without a special trapping license or permit.
GAME BIRDS—Partridge—Oct. 15th to Nov. 20th.
Limit—10 per^ season.
Pheasant,  Prairie  Fowl,  Quail  and  Wild  Turkey,  protected.
WOODCOCK—Sept.  15th to October 15th.
Plover, Snipe, and Yellow-legs—Sept.  ist to Dec.  15th.
Ducks, Geese, Brant and Rails—Sept. ist to Dec. 15th.
Duck Limit—25  per day—200 per season.
Woodcock, Duck, Eider Duck, and all other migratory
birds not specified above, protected.
Sale of wild ducks, geese 'or other waterfowl, snipe, quail,   woodcock,
ruffed grouse, or partridge, is prohibited.
LICENSE—Non-resident  license   fee   (general   shooting),   $40.00.
Non-resident hunting license for Game Birds and Rabbits, $20.00.
An issuers fee of $1.00 is charged for air non-resident hunting licenses.
Special Camp license (residents  only,   see  above),   $3.50.    Issuers'   fee,
50 cts.
(For further information, apply to Deputy Minister of Game and Fisheries, Toronto, Ont.)
MANITOBA
DEER, CARIBOU, MOOSE or REINDEER—Dec. ist to
Dec. ioth, One Male adult only.
ANTELOPE, CABRI, ELK or WAPITI—Protected at all
times.
FUR-BEARING ANIMALS:
South of Fifty-third Parallel of North Latitude.
OTTER and BEAVER—No open season.
MINK, MARTEN, FISHER, PEKAN or SABLE—Nov.
ist to  March 31st.
MUSKRAT—March 15th to April 30th.
North of Fifth-third Parallel of North Latitude.
OTTER and BEAVER—Nov. ist to April 30th.
MINK, MARTEN, FISHER, PEKAN or SABLE—Nov.
ist to March 31st.
FOX or LYNX—Nov.  ist to Feb. 28th.
MUSKRAT—March 15th to May 15th.
GAME BIRDS:
PTARMIGAN—No open season.
PRAIRIE CHICKEN , PINNATED GROUSE and
RUFFED GROUSE, commonly known as PARTRIDGE—Oct.  15th to Oct. 22nd.
WILSON AND JACKSNIPE—Sept. 15th to Dec. ist.
BLACK BREASTED and GOLDEN PLOVER, WOODCOCK or YELLOW-LEGS—No open season.
WILD DUCKS and WILD GEESE—North of Fifty-third
Parallel—Sept. ist to Nov. 30th.
South of Fifth-third Parallel—Sept. 15th to Nov. 30th.
LICENSE FEES—Non-Residents Big Game, $25.00
Game Birds, $25.00
Non-residents, actually domiciled in
British Territory Big Game, $15.00
Game Birds, 10.00
SASKATCHEWAN
DEER, CARIBOU, MOOSE—November 15th to December
14th—North of township 34 only.
Bag Limit—One Moose, two Deer (males only), or two
Caribou, but not more than two animals in all.
ANTELOPE, ELK, WAPITI—Protected.
OTHER GAME—Mink, Fisher, Marten, Lynx, Fox—Nov.
ist to March 31st.
OTTER—November  ist to April 30th.
MUSKRAT—South of Township 53, March ist to April
30th, and Nov. 7th to Dec. 15th. North of Township
52, November 7th to Dec. 15th and March ist to
May  15th.
BEAVER—Protected south of township 53. North of Township  52, Nov.  ist to April 30th.
GAME BIRDS—Ducks, Geese, Rails, Coots, Snipe, Plover—
September 15th to December 31st.
RUFFED GROUSE (PARTRIDGE) AND PRAIRIE
CHICKEN—Sharp Tailed Grouse, Pinnated Grouse,
Canadian Grouse, (commonly known as Spruce Grouse)
—Oct. ist to Oct. 31st.
Sage Grouse and Hungarian Partridge protected at all
times.
LICENSE—Non-residents, Big Game, $25.00; Game birds, for season, $15.00;
if domiciled in Canada, $5.00.
(For further information, apply to Game Commissioner, Regina, Sask.)
ALBERTA
MOUNTAIN SHEEP, MOUNTAIN GOAT—September ist
to October 31st.
Bag Limit—1 male sheep and 1 goat.
DEER,  MOOSE, CARIBOU—November  ist to December
14th.
Bag Limit—One male Deer, one    Bull Moose and one
Caribou.
Female Moose, Deer and Mountain Sheep, and Moose,
Deer, Caribou, Mountain Goat and Mountain Sheep,
under age of 1 year—Protected.
A special license may be obtained to hunt deer, moose
and   caribou  in   the   Forest   Reserves   of  the   Rocky
Mountains during Sept. and Oct.
ANTELOPE, BUFFALO, ELK, WAPITI—Protected at all
times.
OTHER GAME—Mink Fisher, Marten or  Fox—November
ist to March 31st.
OTTER—November ist to April 30th.
BEAVER—Protected.
GAME BIRDS—Ducks, Geese—September 15th to December  14th.    (Sale or purchase prohibited.)
RAILS AND COOTS—September 15th to December 14th.
WOODCOCK, WILSON SNIPE, GREATER and LESSER
YELLOW-LEGS, BLACK BREASTED and GOLDEN
PLOVER—Sept. 15th to Dec. 14th.
PRAIRIE CHICKEN, GROUSE, PARTRIDGE, Etc.—
Oct. ist to Oct. 31st inclusive.
HUNGARIAN PARTRIDGE—Sept. 15th to Nov. 15th.
Sunday Hunting prohibited.
LICENSES—Non-resident, General Game License, $25.00; Game Bird
License, $5.00.
(For further information, apply to Game Commissioner, Edmonton, Alta.)
6 BRITISH COLUMBIA
NOTE—At the time of going to press the 1924 game laws
for British Columbia had not been established. The following were those in effect for 1923 and will serve as a general
guide for intending sportsmen as it is believed there will be
few, if any, changes.
The following are the districts into which the province
of British Columbia is divided for the purpose of establishing
game regulations.
NORTHERN DISTRICT—includes Electoral District of
Atlin and section north of main line of Grand Trunk
Pacific Ry., and east of summit of Cascade Range.
EASTERN DISTRICT—includes section east of summit
of Cascade Range and south* of main line of Grand
Trunk Pacific Ry.
WESTERNDISTRICT—all territory lying west of summit of
Cascade Range and sought of Electoral District of
Atlin.
MOOSE—(Male only), in electoral districts of Atlin, Fort
George, Omineca, north of main line of G. T. P. Ry.—
September ist to December 15th. In Electoral District of Cariboo and those portions of the Omineca
and Fort George Districts south of main line of Grand
Trunk Pacific Ry.    Sept.  ist to Dec. 15th.
CARIBOU—(Male only), entire Province except Queen
Charlotte Islands and that portion of province lying
south and east of main line Canadian Northern Pacific Railway, September ist to December 15th.
MOUNTAIN SHEEP—(Male only), north of the main line
Grand Trunk Pacific,  September  ist   to    November
15th.    Limit 2.    Districts Columbia, Fernie and Cranbrook, October ist to November 15th.    Limit 1.
Portion of District of Lillooet Sept. ist to Nov.  15th.
MOUNTAIN    GOAT—Entire   Province   (except   south   of
main line of C. P. R.) Sept. ist to Dec. 15th.
South of main line of C. P. R. in   Eastern   District,
Sept, 15th to Dec. 15th.
BEAR—Northern District.    Sept. ist to June 30th.
Eastern District.    Sept. ist to June 15th.
Western District (except Vancouver Island), Sept. ist
to June 15.
Vancouver Island—Nov.  ist to May 31st.
Bag Limit—Three of any species other than Grizzly.
North of main line G. T. P. Ry., Two Grizzlies.
South of main line G. T. P. Ry., One Grizzly.
DEER—Mule and Whitetail—Bucks only. In Northern
and Eastern Districts (except white tailed deer in the
Electoral districts of North and South Okanagan,
Similkameen and Greenwood) Sept. 15th to Dec. 15th.
Western District, except on Queen Charlotte islands
and those portions of Vancouver Island known as
North and South Saanich and Highland Districts.
Sept. 29th to Nov. 30th.
WAPITI (Elk)—Bulls only over one year old in the Electoral
districts of Columbia, Fernie and Cranbrook. Oct.
ist to Oct. 20.
IT IS ILLEGAL to kill at any time, Buffalo, female, Elk
(wapiti), Moose, Caribou or Mountain Sheep of the
female species; or the same animals of either sex, together with Mountain Goat or Deer, under age of one
year*
The sale of the heads of Wapiti, Moose, Caribou and
Mountain Sheep is not allowed.
GAME  BIRDS—Duck,  Geese,  Brant, or Rails.     Northern
and easter Districts—Sept. 15th to Dec. 30th. Western
District north of Lat. 530 Sept. 8th to Dec. 23rd.
Western District south of Lat. 530: —
DUCKS AND RAILS—Oct. 15th to Jan. 30th.
GEESE AND BRANT—Nov. 10th to Feb. 25th.
The above Open Seasons do not apply to Kaien Island,
or Queen Charlotte Islands.
LICENSES—Non-resident, General (Big Game, Birds and Fish), $25.00,
with fee for Game shot, namely, $25.00 for each Grizzly Bear, Moose,
Sheep, Wapiti or Caribou: $15.00 for each Black or Brown Bear,
Mountain Goat or Mule Deer: $5.00 for each Deer of any other species.
Non-resident, Birds only—season $50.00: weekly (British subjects  only),
$5.00: Bear, good only between January 1st and July 1st, $25.00.
(For further information, apply to Secretary, Game Conservation  Board,
Vancouver, B. C. )
ALASKA
MOOSE-Bulls only—Aug. 20th to Dec 31st.—Limit 2.
CARIBOU   (except   Kenai   Peninsula)—Aug.   20th   to   Dec.
31st.—Limit, 3.
NTAIN SHEEP—Aug. 20th to Dec. 31st—Limit 3.
Ewes  and Lambs—protected.
MOUNTAIN GOAT—Aug. 20th to Oct. 31st.—Limit 3.
(South-eastern Alaska east of longitude 1410 and east
of Cook Inlet and Susitna River)—Kids protected.
Elsewhere—April  ist to February  ist.
Killing of Mountain Sheep and Mountain Goats in eastern part of Kenai
Peninsula east of longitude 150° prohibited until Apr J 1st, 1925.
Killing of Deer on Kruzof Island, west of Sitka, in Southeastern Alaska,
and in the territory west of longitude 141° prohibited until April 1st
1925.
Killing of Mountain Goats on Baranof and Chichagof Islands prohibited
until May, 1928.
BEAR;  BLACK, CINNAMON AND  GLACIER—In   District No.  1. (The Aleutian Islands, Alaska Peninsula
and nearby islands South-eastern Alaska from  Dixon
Entrance to Yukatat Bay—Sept. ist—June 30th.
No  closed  season   elsewhere  except  one  or   two   small
restricted areas—Limit 3.
DEER—(horns  3  inches long)—East of Longitude   1410—
(Yakutat)—Sept. ist to Nov. 15th—Limit 3.
The killing of Deer on Kruzof Island west of Sitka in south eastern
Alaska and in the territory west of longitude 141° is prohibited.
The killing of female Mountain Sheep, female Deer, Mountain Sheep
lambs, Mountain Goat Kids, the fawns of Deer and Caribou, south
of the Arctic circle is prohibited.
WALRUS AND SEA LION—Aug. ist to Dec. 10th.—
Limit, 1.
GAME BIRDS—Grouse and Ptarmigan—Sept. ist to March
ist.—Limit, 25 per day.
DUCKS—Sept. ist to Dec. 15th.—Limit, 25 per day.
GEESE—Sept.  ist to Dec.  15th.—Limit, 8 per day.
BRANT—Sept. ist to Dec. 15th.—Limit, 8 per day.
NOTE—Non-resident sportsmen—Hunting on the Kenai
peninsula and in territory drained by White and
Chitina Rivers, must employ licensed guides.
FEDERAL LICENSES—U. S. citizen, $50.00; other countries, $100.00.
Holders of above licenses permitted without charge to export limited
number of animals or trophies from Alaska, but no moose unless
killed north of Latitude 62°. Special permit can be obtained to ship
moose killed south of Latitude 62° at cost of $150.00.
TERRITORIAL LICENSE—Non-residents, $100.00.
YUKON TERRITORY
MOOSE,   CARIBOU,   DEER,   MOUNTAIN  SHEEP  OR
MOUNTAIN GOAT—August ist to March ist.
Bag Limit—1   Moose, 2  Deer, 2 Caribou,  1   Mountain
Sheep,  and  1   Mountain  Goat, on license   permit of
J100.00.
8
1 Moose, 2 Deer, 2 Caribou, 1 Sheep, and 1 Goat may
also be killed upon payment of #25.00 for each such
extra head.
No female animal shall be killed at any time.
GAME   BIRDS—Ducks,   Wild   Geese,   Cranes—September
ist to December 14th.
Grouse,   Ptarmigan,   Partridge,   Pheasants   and   Prairie
Chicken—Sept. ist to March 15th.
LICENSE—Non-resident, $100.00.
(For further information, apply to Territorial Secretary, Dawson, Y.T.)
GAME BIRDS—SPECIAL NOTE
The control of all migratory birds in Canada is vested in
the Dominion Government. Provincial laws have accord-
ngly been amended to correspond with the Dominion regulations, which latter, however, are subject to change.
CANADIAN CUSTOMS REGULATIONS
A Sportsman's wearing apparel and ordinary baggage, also
not more than 40 cigars and not more than 100 cigarettes in
open packages are allowed free entry into Canada. In
addition to this, he may bring in guns, fishing rods, canoes,
tents, camp equipment, cooking utensils, kodaks, etc., required for his personal use, upon making deposit with Customs
of an amount equal to the duty and this amount will be
refunded to him provided that he reports the goods, on his
return, to the Canadian Customs and has same exported In
Bond within six months from time of entry.
United States Sportsmen desiring to export Moose, Deer,
and Caribou must present hunting license to Collector of
Customs and make application for export permit. License
tag and permit must be attached to shipment.
Collectors of Customs designated for the export of deer are
located at Montreal, Quebec, Sherbrooke, Ottawa, Brockville, Kingston, Prescott, Toronto, St. John, N.B., St. Stephen,
Halifax, Yarmouth, White Horse, Y.T., and all Canadian
Customs ports on the border of the United States.
In order to save confusion and delay United States sportsmen are advised to ship game to some point en route where
a permit can be obtained. Game can then be shipped
through to destination without being held up at the border.
The exportation of deer from Canada is only permitted
during or within 15 days after the "open season."
Deer being shipped by sportsmen to points in United
States are subject to the laws of the State of destination.
In some cases a permit to import is required. Sportsmen
are advised to consult State regulations on this point.
Ducks, geese and other game birds must be plucked before
being shipped to points in the United States. The export
from Canada of partridge, prairie fowl, quail,^wild turkey
and woodcock is prohibited.
United States duty on deer and game meat is 4 cents per
lb. on the net weight of meat, and on game birds 8 cents
per lb.
CANADIAN PACIFIC AGENCIES
THROUGHOUT THE WORLD
CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES
Atlanta	
Belllngham
Boston	
Buffalo	
Calgary	
Chicago	
Cincinnati. .
Cleveland. . .
 Ga-
. Wash .-
.. Mass-
. N. Y.-
.. Alta.-
  111.-
..Ohio-
. Ohio-
-E. G. Chesbrough, Gen. Agt. Pass. Dept.. .49 N. Forsyth St.
-S. B. Freeman, Cfty E-assenger Agent 1252 Elk St
-L. R. Hart, Gen'l. Agt. Pass. Dept     405 Boylston St.
-H. R. Mathewson, Gen. Agt. Pass. Dept 160 Pearl St.
-J. E. Proctor, District Pass. Agt C. P. R. Station
-T. J. Wall, Gen. Agt. Rail. Traffic 71 East Jackson Blvd
-M.E. Malone, Gen. Agt. Pass. Dept.201 Dixie Terminal Bdg.
-G. H. Griffin, Gen. Agt. Pass. Dept 1040 Prospect Ave.
-G. G. McKay, Gen. Agf Pass. Dept 1239 Griswold St.
-David Bertie, Trav. Passenger Agt Soo Line Depot
-C. S. Fyfe, City Passenger Agent C. P. R. Building
-A. J. Boreham, City Passenger Agt 404 Victoria Ave.
-J. D. Chipman, City Passenger Agt 117 Hollis St.
-A. Craig, City Passenger Agt Cor. King & James St.
-Santamaria Ry. Ca., Passenger Agent San Ignacio 18
-J. L. McClosky, Agent.
-R. G. Norris, City Pass'r. Agt. .601 Railway Exchange Bldg.
-F. E. Ryus, Agent.
-F. Conway, City Passenger Agent 180 Wellington St.
-George and Branday, Agents.
-H. J. McCallum, City Passenger Agent... .417 Richmond St.
-W. Mcllroy, Gen. Agt. Pass. Dept 605 South Spring St.
-H. E. Bourchier, General Agent P. O. Box 1477
-F. T. Sansom, City Passenger Agent 68 Wisconsin St.
-H. M. Tait, Gen. Agt. Pass. Dept 611 2nd Ave. South
_R. G. Amiot, District Pass. Agent Windsor Station
F. C. Lydon, City P as  Agent  141 St. Jpmes St.
-A. C. Harris, Ticket Agent Canadian Pacific Station
-J. S. Carter, District .'uss. Agent .Baker & Ward St.
-F. R. Perry, Gen. Agt. Rail. Traffic, Madison Ave. at 44th St.
-L. O. Tremblay, District Pass. Agent 87 Main Street W.
-J. A. McGill, Gen. Agt. Pass. Dept 83 Sparks St.
-R. C. Clayton, City Pass. Agt Locust St. at 15th.
-C. L. Williams, Gen. Agent Pass. Dept 338 Sixth Ave.
-W. H. Deacon, Gen. Agt. Pass. Dept 55 Third St.
-W. C. Orchard, General Agent.
-C. A. Langevin, City Pass. Agent Palais Station
G. D. Brophy, District Pass. Agent, Canadian Pacific Station
G. B. Burpee, District Pass. Agent 40 King St.
G. P. Carbrey, Gen. Agt. Pass. Dept 420 Locust St.
W. H. Lennon, Gen. Agent Soo Line.... Robert & Fourth St.
F. L. Nason, Gen. Agt. Pass. Dept 675 Market St.
G. B. Hill, City Pass. Agent 115 Second Ave.
J. O. Johnston, City Pass. Agent 529 Queen St.
E. L. Sheehan, Gen. Agt. Pass. Dept 608 Second Ave.
A. Metivier, City Pass. Agt 74 Wellington St.
-L. H. Johnston. Agent.
E. L. Cardie, Traffic Manager Spokane International Ry.
-D. C. O'Keefe, City Passengers Agent 1113 Pacific Ave.
Wm. Fulton, Dist. Passenger Agent, Canadian Pacific Bldg.
F. H. Daly, City Passenger Agent, .. . 434 Hastings St. West.
L. D. Chetham, Dist. Passenger Agent, 1102 Government St.
C. E.Phelps, City Passenger Agent. .905 Fifteenth?St., N. W.
J.W. Dawson,   Dist. Passenger Agent Main and Portage.
EUROPE
£n,tffwArp BtSSS""4? L* S^11,^011 25 Qual Jordaens
ifr^inohonV ' •Ir£d~SII^RSCa2a 41 Victoria St.
inlti?9  Eng .—W.T. Treadaway 4 Victoria Square
Bristol   Eng.—A. S. Ray 18 St Augustine Parade
Glasgow .Scotland—W. Stewart     25 Bothwell St
"^"■•g Germany-Carl Flugge.  ...ToS^Skta
Liverpool Eng.—Thos. McNeil, General Agent  Pier Head
London •*„„    S* §' PllnF' European Passenger Mgr.,   62-65 Charing Cross
London Eng.—W. Balrd, Asst. European Passenger Mgr. S W I.
Manrh(ltfaf _. P%j£a^°n,Joiies' City Agent 103 Leadenhall St.,' E.C. 3
Par?s  tjvS&Ta" ^' Maine 31 Mosley Street
E,a »'» " '-V France—A. V. Clark  7 R.Ue Scribe
S^thamnton1101^-^ Sprlnpett !!!. !!!!.'!!!!!!.'!.'! CoolsingeTNo* 91
Southampton... .Eng.—H. Taylor 7 Canute Road
Detroit Mich.
Duluth Minn.-
Edmonton Alta.-
Fort William Ont.-
Halifax N. S.Hamilton Ont.-
Havana Cuba-
Juneau Alaska-
Kansas City Mo.-
Ketchikan Alaska-
Kingston Ont.-
Kingston Jamaica-
London Ont.-
Los Angeles Cal-
Mexico City Mex.-
Milwaukee Wis.-
Minneapolts Minn.-
Montreal Que.-
Moosejaw Sask-
Nelson B. C-
New York N. Y-
North Bay Ont-
Ottawa Ont-
Philadelphia    ~p\-
Pittsburgh Pa-
Portland Ore.-
Prince Rupert B. C.Quebec Que.-
Regina Sask.-
St. John N. B.St. Louis Most. Paul Minn-
San Francisco Cal.-
Saskatoon Sask.-
Sault Ste. Marie..Ont-
Seattle Wash-
Sherbrooke Que.—
Skagway Alaska-
Spokane Wash-
Tacoma Wash-
Toronto Ont —
Vancouver B. C—
Victoria B. C.Washington  D. C.Winnipeg Man-
The Canadian Pacific Railway gives access to
many attractive hunting districts where big game
is plentiful. Sportsmen desiring information concerning game conditions,^ outfitters, guides or any
other features surrounding a hunting trip are advised to write to
A. 0. SEYMOUR,
General Tourist Agent,
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Montreal.

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