2017 New Jersey Revised Statutes
TITLE 4 - AGRICULTURE AND DOMESTIC ANIMALS
Section 4:22-23 - Use of bird as target; disorderly persons offense, $25 fine.

Universal Citation: NJ Rev Stat § 4:22-23 (2017)

4:22-23 Use of bird as target; disorderly persons offense, $25 fine.

4:22-23. A person who shall:

a. Use a live pigeon, fowl or other bird for the purpose of a target, or to be shot at either for amusement or as a test of skill in marksmanship;

b. Shoot at a bird used as described in subsection a. of this section, or is a party to such shooting; or

c. Lease a building, room, field or premises, or knowingly permit the use thereof for the purpose of such shooting--

Shall be guilty of a disorderly persons offense, and shall, in addition to any penalty assessed therefor, be fined $25 for each bird shot at or killed in violation of this section.

This section shall not apply to the shooting of game.

Amended 1995, c.355, s.6; 2003, c.232, s.2.

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