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SECTION 11-1907
Propagation of fur-bearing animals
Environmental Conservation (ENV) CHAPTER 43-B, ARTICLE 11, TITLE 19
§ 11-1907. Propagation of fur-bearing animals.

1. Beaver, bobcat, coyote, raccoon, sable or marten, skunk, otter,
fisher, nutria and muskrat may be propagated, or kept alive in
captivity, provided a license shall first be obtained from the
department. The fee for the license shall be twenty-five dollars and the
license shall be in force during the calendar year in which it was
issued. The license is not transferable.

2. Animals propagated or kept alive in captivity pursuant to such
license may be disposed of alive for propagation, exhibition,
scientific, or educational purposes or they may be killed and pelted at
any time, in any manner. Carcasses and pelts of such animals may be
possessed, transported, bought or sold at any time.

3. On or after April first, two thousand twelve, the department shall
not issue any new licenses pursuant to this section.