An Act to Create Bird Sanctuaries Within the City of Lumberton and Within the Towns of Fairmont, St. Pauls, Parkton, Lumber Bridge, Red Springs, Maxton, Rowland and Pembroke.
The territory within the corporate limits of the City of Lumberton and the territory within the corporate limits of the Towns of Fairmont, St. Pauls, Parkton, Lumber Bridge, Red Springs, Maxton, Rowland, and Pembroke are hereby declared to be bird sanctuaries.
(Sess. Laws 1951, ch. 148, § 1)
It shall be unlawful for any person to kill, trap or otherwise take any birds within the corporate limits of any one of said towns except English Sparrows, Great Horned Owls, Cooper's Hawks, Sharp-shinned Hawks, Crows and Starlings. Any person violating the provisions of this section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and, upon conviction, shall be fined not more than fifty dollars ($50.00) or imprisoned not more than 30 days.
(Sess. Laws 1951, ch. 148, § 2)
(3) Editor's note— Printed herein are certain related laws of the Town of St. Pauls, as adopted by the legislature. The history of each related law is included in parentheses following each section. Obvious misspellings have been corrected without notation. For stylistic purposes, a uniform system of headings, catchlines and citations to state statutes has been used. Additions made for clarity are indicated by brackets. (Back)