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Volume 34, 1901
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Public General Acts affecting Fish and Fisheries.

Regulating fisheries, and for encouraging the establishment thereof. 1877, No. 45 ((a)); 1884, No. 48 ((b)).

For the conservation of fisheries. 1884, No. 48; 1887, No. 27. Gazette, 1885, pp. 380, 720; 1886, p. 529.

For the establishment of fishing towns, and promoting the export of canned or cured fish. 1885, No. 16; 1900, No. 31; Gazette, 1885, p. 1306; 1886, p. 1521.

Consolidating and amending the law relating to sea-fisheries. 1894, No. 56 ((b)); 1895, No. 39; 1896, No. 29. Regulations, Gazette, 1897, pp. 18, 885, 2113; 1898, pp. 367, 500, 1778; 1899, pp. 1051, 1592, 1867; 1900, p. 1737.

Oysters: Providing for the protection of oyster-fisheries, and a duty on the export of oysters. 1894, No. 56, ss. 7–10.

Prohibiting the use of dynamite or other explosives for the purpose of catching or destroying fish in public fisheries. 1878, No. 42, s. 3; 1884, No. 48; 1894, No. 56, s. 49.

[Footnote] (a) Repealed as to sea-fisheries.

[Footnote] (a) Repealed as to sea-fisheries.

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Salmon and Trout: Making provision for the preservation and propagation thereof in the colony. 1867, No. 34; 1884, No. 47.

Fresh fish may be sold by auction, without license, at any hour and in any manner customary in the trade. 1886, No. 10; 1891, No. 24, s. 30.

Fish-stealing. 1867, No. 3, ss. 24–26.

Fish-poisoning. 1867, No. 6, sec. 32.