Full Statute Name:  West's Revised Statutes of Nebraska Annotated. Chapter 37. Game and Parks. Article 5. Regulations and Prohibited Acts. (b) Game, Birds, and Aquatic Invasive Species. § 37-526. Ferrets; use or possession prohibited, when; violation; penalty

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Primary Citation:  Neb.Rev.St. § 37-526 Country of Origin:  United States Last Checked:  January, 2019 Alternate Citation:  NE ST § 37-526 Date Adopted:  1929
Summary: This Nebraska statute states that it shall be unlawful to hunt rabbits, squirrels, or any fur-bearing animal with or by the aid of a ferret. It is also unlawful to have a ferret in one's possession or control in a field or forest or in any vehicle going to or from hunting territory. Any person violating this section shall be guilty of a Class III misdemeanor and shall be fined at least fifty dollars.

It shall be unlawful (1) to hunt rabbits, squirrels, or any fur-bearing animal with or by the aid of a ferret, (2) to place a ferret in any hole or opening in the ground or in any stone, wall, log, or hollow tree where rabbits, squirrels, or any fur-bearing animals may be found or thought to be, or (3) to have a ferret in one's possession or control in a field or forest or in any vehicle going to or from hunting territory. Any person violating this section shall be guilty of a Class III misdemeanor and shall be fined at least fifty dollars.

Credits

Laws 1929, ch. 112, V, § 12, p. 430; Laws 1998, LB 922, § 246.

Codifications: C.S. 1929, § 37-512; R.S. 1943, § 37-512; R.S. 1943, (1993), § 37-512.

 

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