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Wisconsin. State Conservation Committee (1915-27) / Biennial report of the State Conservation Commission of Wisconsin for the years 1915 and 1916
(1916)

Statement of confiscations,   pp. 147-148 PDF (451.5 KB)


Statement of costs and fines imposed: by counties,   p. 148 PDF (233.8 KB)


Statements of arrests,   pp. 148-149 PDF (453.9 KB)


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WISCONSIN CONSERVATION COMMISSION
M orethan  bag limit ofducks............................................................
Ducks unlawfully in possession..........................................................
Fish      in   closed       season..........................................................................
Fish      illegally        transported....................................................................
Fish      illegally       caught.............................................................................
Fish,      undersized..................................................................................
Illegal      nets............................................................................................
Fish, unlawfully                 labelled......................................................................
Set     lines, illegal .....................................................................................
Snag       lines...............................................................................................
Boats........................................................................................................
Guns.......................................................................................................
Traps.....................................................................................................
Spears....................................................................................................
Fishing         rods     or   creels...........................................................................
Duck        decoys........................................................................................
Rabbits          and     ferrets............................................................................
Pelicans..................................................................................................
3
4
13
66
18
32
53
3
11
4
9
29
7
7
2
2
3
I
    T otal  num  ber  of  seizures ..............................................................
 416
Amount realized from sale of confiscated goods, $2,730.48.
AMOUNT OF FINES AND COSTS IMPOSED ACCOH)ING TO COUNTIES.
               FROM JULY 1, 1915. TO JULY 1, 1916.
Adams................
Ashland..............
Barron..................
Bayfield...............
Brown....................
Buffalo..................
Burnett................
Chippewa............
Clark....................
Columbia .............
Crawford.............
Dane....................
Dodge ....................
Door ..
Douglas................
Dunn...................
Eau Claire............
Florence...............
Fond du Lac....
Forest....................
Grant..............
Green.            .
Green Lake.......
Iowa ..
Iron....................
Jackson........
Jefferson................
Juneau................
Kenosha................
Kewaunee............
La Crosse............
Lafayette..............
Langlade..............
Lincoln..................
Manitowoc ...
Marathon...........
Marinette...........
Fines.
$ 100.00
205.00
  630.00
  320.00
  415.00
  50.00
  30.00
  190.00
  100.00
  150.00
  125.00
  415.00
  555.00
  75.00
  585.00
  10.00
1.390.00
  200.00
  265.00
  125.00
  75.00
  120.00
  '..........
  95.00
  135.00
  25.00
  200.00
  370.00
  110.00
  100.00
  50.00
  245.00
  100.00
  495.00
  150.00
  285.00
1 ,135.00
Costs.
$ 9.76
31.21
118.29
61 .OD
199.87
  10.45
  43.65
  10.12
  19.74
  10.80
  19.95
  103.14
  12.34
  49.78
  2.35
  92.55
  49.10
  108.77
  36.14
  7.50
  19.31
  5.60
  13.03
  20.70
  2.18
  45.69
  129.50
  89.04
  6.28
  7.05
  34.35
  8.00
  104. 10
  17.64
  86.30
  576.24
                Fines.    Costs.
Marquette ............  $ 75.00  S 8.82
Milwaukee..........90.00     15.52
Monroe ............  ................ ................
Oconto............120.00     55.79b
Oneida............297.50     63.57
Outagamic ............  400.00    52.68
Pierce............ 70.00      3.10
Pepkin............ 25.00       .75
Polk............1.125.00    158.83
Portage  ............50.00   21.22
Price............  75.00     14.52
Racine..................  25.00   22.86
Richland..............  330.00    37.47
Rock............. 270.00     29.78
Rusk............  260.00     28.70
St. Croix............25.00    2.30
Sauk    ............110.00   46.94
Sawyer  ............150.00   26.77
Shawano ............25.00    10.35
Sheboygan ............  117.00    49.15
Taylor............100.00      9.29
Trempealeau..      50.00      7.56
Vernon  ............50.00     6.89
Vilas......................  400.00  53.55
Walworth ............  310.00     45.36
Washburn     -    395.00     56.62
Washington ........420.00   102.27
Waukesha ............  485.00    145.89
Waupaca ............  430.00     160.93
Wausbara............75.00    39.99
Winnebago..........890.00    76.62
Wood............  100.00     23.08
   Total........... i -16.969.50 S3.538.65
Total amount of warden's fees
    collected.....         $554.75
ITEMIZED STATEMENT OF ARRESTS FROM JULY 1, 1915, TO JULY 1.
                                 1916.
Transferringlicense..........................................................................
              3
Resident hunting         without license................................................................................
32
Nonresident hunting            without license..........................................................................
 3
Hunting or killing deer in closed season ...................................................................
    44
Killing or having doe in possession ................. ..........................................................
 20
Venison in possession in closed season........................................................................
  38


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