Connecticut Laws - Title 26 Fisheries And Game
CHAPTER 490 FISHERIES AND GAME
Sec. 26-59. Regulation of tanning, curing and mounting; permits.

Sec. 26-59. Regulation of tanning, curing and mounting; permits. (332)(1-click HTML)

The commissioner may make regulations governing the tanning, curing and mounting of all species of wild birds, wild quadrupeds, reptiles and amphibians, including the issuance of permits therefor. All applications for such a permit shall contain such information, in writing, as the commissioner requires. Any person who possesses any such bird, quadruped, reptile or amphibian for any such purpose unless so authorized by the commissioner shall be fined not less than fifty dollars nor more than one hundred dollars and any such bird, quadruped, reptile or amphibian shall be seized by any representative of the Department of Environmental Protection and shall be disposed of as shall be determined by the commissioner. (333)

  

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