C-61.1, r. 28 - Regulation respecting beaver reserves

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chapter C-61.1, r. 28
Regulation respecting beaver reserves
WILDLIFE CONSERVATION — BEAVER RESERVES
Act respecting the conservation and development of wildlife
(chapter C-61.1, s. 186.1).
C-61.1
December 30 1899
DIVISION I
ESTABLISHMENT OF RESERVES
1. The following territories are recognized as beaver reserves:
(a)  Fort Georges Reserve: A territory of 34,150 mi2, bounded on the north by the parallel of latitude 55º30′, on the east by meridian 72º, on the south by the right shore of Fort-Georges River equally called Grande-Rivière and on the west by James Bay.
(b)  Vieux Comptoir Reserve: A territory of an area of 19,525 mi2, bounded on the north by Fort Georges Reserve; bounded on the east, by a line described as follows: starting from the intersection of the right shore of Fort-Georges River or Grande-Rivière with meridian 73º17′; thence, south 50º15′, west, 7.4 mi; thence, south 53º55′, east 10 mi; thence, south 27º55′, west, 4.4 mi; thence, south 88º20′ west, 11.6 mi; thence, south 18º45′ east, 5.7 mi; thence, south 67º30′ west, 15.2 mi; thence, south 87º40′ west, 18.6 mi; thence, south 16º30′ west, 11 mi; thence, south 13º10′ east, 9 mi; thence, south 60º40′ west, 22.7 mi; thence, south 18º east, 13.4 mi; thence, north 79º30′ east, 11 mi; thence, south 4º10′ east, 16.2 mi; thence, south 85º west, 27.4 mi; thence, south 7º20′ west, 9.2 mi; thence, south 54º west, 18.5 mi; thence, south 17º25′ east, 6.5 mi; thence, south 33º45′ west, approximately 11 mi up to the intersection of the right shore of Eastmain River with the 3rd meridian (75º30′); bounded on the south, by the right shore of Eastmain River; bounded on the west by James Bay.
(c)  Rupert Reserve: A territory of an area of 7,875 mi2, bounded on the north by the right shore of Eastmain River, on the east by the 3rd meridian (75º30′), on the south by the right shore of Rupert River and on the west by James Bay.
(d)  Nottaway Reserve: A territory of an area of 11,700 mi2, bounded on the north by the south shore of James Bay and by the right shore of Rupert River; bounded on the east and on the south by a line described as follows: starting from the intersection of the right shore of Rupert River with the 3rd meridian (75º30′); thence, south 5º west, 25.4 mi; thence, south 40º west, 3 mi, up to the left shore of à-la-Martre River; thence, on the southwest, following the left shore of à-la-Martre River and the south shore of Weakwaten Lake, up to the east shore of Tesecau Lake; thence, north, approximately 3 mi, up to the north shore of Poncet Lake; thence, on the northwest, following the north shore of Poncet Lake and Bruton Lake, up to a point of longitude of 76º17′ and a latitude of 51º11.5′; thence, south 56º25′ west, approximately 20.2 mi, up to the north shore of the northeast Bay of Evans Lake; thence, on the southwest, following the northwest shore of the said Bay, up to the southern extremity of Longue-Pointe; thence, south 51º west, approximately 12.4 mi up to the western extremity of the southwest Bay of Evans Lake; thence, south 23º30′ west, 13.2 mi; thence, south 4º east, approximately 11.4 mi, up to the right shore of Muskeg River; thence, on the west following the right shore of Muskeg River and the north shore of Soscumica Lake, up to the meeting point of meridian 77º40′ with the parallel of latitude 50º20′; thence, west, 5 mi; thence, south 34º30′ west, 21.5 mi; thence, south 12º30′ east approximately 10 mi, up to meridian 78º; thence, west, approximately 2.6 mi, up to the east shore of Grasset Lake; thence, by skirting Grasset Lake by the south, up to the right shore of the mouth of Subercase River; thence, north 70º west, 11.2 mi; thence, north 3 mi; thence, north 50º west, 14 mi; thence, south 78º west, approximatively 8.7 mi, up to the right shore of Harricana River; thence, on the south, by following the right shore of Harricana River, up to the right shore of the mouth of Turgeon River; thence, to the west, following the right shore of Turgeon River; up to the right shore of the mouth of Détour River; thence, west, following the right shore of Détour River, up to its meeting with the Québec-Ontario Border; bounded on the west, by the Québec-Ontario Border.
(e)  Abitibi Reserve: A territory of 30,475 mi2, bounded on the north by Nottaway Reserve; bounded on the east, by a line described as follows: starting from a point situated at the intersection of the east shore of Tesecau Lake with the parallel of latitude 51º04.5′; thence, on the southeast, following the northeast shore of Tesecau Lake, up to its intersection with the meridian 75º50′; thence, south 21º30′ east, 8.6 mi; thence, south 72º east, 4.5 mi; thence, south 54º west, 4 mi; thence, south 16º30′ west, 10.4 mi; thence, south 63º east, 6.6 mi; thence, south 15º east, 11 mi; thence, south 25º west, 9 mi; thence, south 10º east, 6.4 mi; thence, north 86º45′ east, 11 mi; thence, south 8º15′ west, 18.6 mi; thence, south 81º east, 15.6 mi; thence, south 8º east, 7.6 mi; thence, south 71º15′ east, 16 mi; thence, south 3.4º45′ east, 4 mi; thence, south 87º40′ east, 7 mi; thence, south 7º35′ east, 5.6 mi; thence, south 47º30′ west, 5.6 mi; thence, south 20º15′ east, 6 mi; thence, south 9º west, 10.6 mi; thence, south 30º east, 6 mi; thence, south 2º45′ east, approximatively 20 mi, up to a point situated at longitude 74º33′ and at latitude 49º; thence, south 54º35′ east, 7.6 mi; thence, north 55º15′ east, 4.4 mi; thence, south 72º15′ east, 25.6 mi; thence, east 4.4 mi; thence, south 38º east, 25.6 mi; thence, south 22º west, 4.2 mi; thence, south 13º45′ east, 4.2 mi; thence, south 62º east, 12.8 mi; thence, south 14º30′ west, 13.3 mi; thence, south 13º east, 7.6 mi; thence, south 48º45′ west, 31.4 mi; thence, south 47º east, 3.8 mi; thence, south 89º west, approximatively 1.8 mi, up to meridian 73º40′; thence, south 32º10′ west, 5.8 mi; thence, south 15º west, 7.2 mi; thence, north 88º west, approximatively 3 mi, up to meridian 73º50′; thence, south, following the said meridian 4.4 mi; thence, south 73º30′ west, 2.2 mi; thence, south 35º15′ west, approximatively 11 mi, up to meridian 74º; thence, south, following the said meridian, approximatively 22.3 mi, up to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 47º; bounded on the south by a line described as follows: starting from the intersection point of meridian 74º with the parallel of latitude 47º; thence, to the west following the said parallel, 28 mi; thence, north 44º15′ west, 10 mi; thence, north 2.2 mi; thence, east 2.8 mi; thence, south 1.8 mi; thence, east, 3.2 mi; thence, north, 8.8 mi; thence, north 64º west, 1.8 mi; thence, east, 3.2 mi; thence, north, 13.4 mi; thence, west, 2 mi; thence, north, 8 mi; thence, east, 5.6 mi; thence, north 42º east, 3.6 mi; thence, north, 1.8 mi; thence, north 45º west, 2.2 mi; thence, north 50º45′ east, 1 mi; thence, north, 4.6 mi; thence, west, approximatively 0.7 of a mile up to meridian 74º30′; thence, north following the said meridian, 2.4 mi; thence, north 49º25′ west, approximatively 10 mi, up to meridian 74º40′; thence, north, approximatively 6.3 mi, up to the line of the Canadian National Railway; thence, on the northwest following the said Canadian National Railway, up to meridian 76º29′, being a little to the west of Forsythe Station; thence, north following the said meridian 76º29′ up to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 49º; thence, west following the said parallel 49º approximatively 110 mi; up to the exterior east line of the township of Lavergne; thence, north, 10 mi up to the exterior north line of the township of Lavergne; thence, west, 10 mi, following this latter line up to the exterior east line of the township of Paradis; thence, north, 10 mi following this latter line up to the exterior north line of the township of Paradis; thence, west following the exterior north line of the townships of Paradis and Boivin, 20 mi up to the Québec-Ontario Border; bounded on the west by the Québec-Ontario Border.
(f)  Grand Lac Victoria Reserve: A territory of 7,825 mi2, bounded on the north by a line described as follows: starting from a point of longitude 78º27′ and latitude 48º; thence, to the east, following the said parallel of latitude 48º, up to its intersection with meridian 76º30′; thence, south, following the latter meridian, up to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 47º51′; thence, east, following the latter parallel of latitude up to its intersection with meridian 75º30′; bounded on the east by a line described as follows: starting from the intersection point of meridian 75º30′ with the parallel of latitude 47º51′; thence, south 33º west, 5.6 mi; thence, south 28º30′ east, 16.2 mi; thence, north 30º east, 3 mi; thence, south 11º50′ east, 3.8 mi; thence, south 64º35′ east, 3.2 mi; thence, south 33º35′ west, 4 mi, up to a point in longitude 75º21′ and in latitude 47º30′; bounded on the south by a line described as follows: starting from a point in longitude 75º21′ and in latitude 47º30′; thence, west, following the said parallel of latitude 47º30′, up to its intersection with the meridian 76º30′; thence, south, following the latter meridian, up to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 47º; thence, west, following the latter parallel, up to its intersection with the meridian 78º27′; bounded on the west by meridian 78º27′.
(g)  Mistassini Reserve: A territory of 55,300 mi2, bounded on the north, by the parallel of latitude 55º30′; on the east, by a line described as follows: starting from the intersection point of meridian 69º30′ with the parallel of latitude 55º30′; thence, south, following this meridian 69º30′, up to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 53º07′; thence, south 67º40′ west, 9.2 mi; thence, south 48º west, 7.2 mi, up to a point in longitude 69º50′, and in latitude 53º; thence, south 30º25′ west, 15.6 mi, up to an arpented line; thence, south 13º west, 20 mi; thence, south 35º50′ west, 11.6 mi; thence, south 59º15′ west, 24.8 mi; thence, south 69º55′ west, 13.2 mi; thence, south 55º10′ west, 8 mi; thence, south 31º45′ west, 12.7 mi; thence, south 46º west, 10.6 mi; thence, south 14º30′ west, 9 mi; thence, south 8º15′ east, 9.8 mi; thence, south 39º45′ west, 7.6 mi; thence, south 16º45′ west, 6 mi; thence, south 65º west, 5.8 mi; thence, south 22º west, 5.4 mi; thence, south 66º west, approximatively 5.6 mi, up to a point of longitude 72º and in latitude 51º14′; thence, south 33º15′ west, 10.5 mi; thence, south 39º15′ west, 7.6 mi; thence, south 23º west, 10.4 mi; thence, south 48º west, 5 mi; thence, south 24º west, 5 mi; thence, south 75º30′ west, 11.8 mi; thence, south 12º40′ west, 10.4 mi; thence, south 51º20′ west, 3 mi; thence, south 20º west, 15.2 mi; thence, north 62º west, 6.8 mi; thence, south 47º25′ west, approximatively 7.8 mi, up to the right shore of Nestawkanow River; thence, to the south, following the right shore of the said river up to a point in longitude 73º15′ and in latitude 50º09′; thence, south 86º10′ west, 4.7 mi; thence, north 34º west, 8.2 mi; thence, south 37º10′ west, 6.8 mi; thence, north 82º05′ west, 7 mi; thence, south 30º west, 56.3 mi; thence, south 78º15′ west, 3.8 mi; thence, south 12º30′ west, 11.2 mi; thence, south 65º40′ east, 8.1 mi; thence, south 5º east, 9 mi; thence, south 18º25′ west, approximatively 13.2 mi, up to a point in longitude 74º20′ and in latitude 48º58′; bounded on the south and west by the Abitibi, Nottaway, Rupert, Vieux Comptoir and Fort Georges reserves.
(h)  Roberval Reserve: A territory of 26,925 mi2, bounded on the east by a line described as follows: starting from a point in longitude 70º08′ and in latitude 52º30′, thence, south 54º15′, east 2.8 mi; thence, south, 10.2 mi; thence, south 67º15′ west, 4.2 mi; thence, north 41º40′ west, 2.4 mi; thence, south 50º west, 6 mi; thence, south 80º15′ west, 6.5 mi; thence, south 41º west, 9.4 mi; thence, south 4º20′ west, 17.2 mi; thence, north 80º east, 4.3 mi; thence, south 3º25′ east, 3.8 mi; thence, east 7.9 mi; thence, south 7º15′ west, 8.5 mi; thence, south 36º35′ west, 22 mi; thence, south 85º5′ east, 2.6 mi; thence, south 26º50′ west, 9 mi; thence, south 22º east, 5.8 mi; thence, south 21º30′ west, 5.3 mi; thence, south 28º15′ east, 8.6 mi; thence, south 2º30′ west, 15.5 mi; thence, north 75º west, 7 mi; thence, south 10º50′ east, 21.4 mi; thence, south 66º45′ west, 12.4 mi; thence, south 2º50′ west, 12.2 mi; thence, north 71º25′ east, 21.5 mi; thence, south 1º45′ west, 18.7 mi; thence, south 23º west, 15.5 mi; thence, south 51º30′ west, 12.2 mi; thence, south 54º25′ east, 10.2 mi; thence, south 52º10′ west 14.4 mi; thence, south 5º east, 6.1 mi; thence, south 61º20′ east, 2.4 mi; thence, south 5º15′ east, 5.4 mi; thence, south 31º50′ west, 6.4 mi; thence, south 25º east, 17 mi; thence, south 53º20′ east, 5.2 mi; thence, north 78º35′ east, 11.6 mi; thence, south 32º30′ east, 8.6 mi up to a point in longitude 70º19′ and in latitude 49º03′; bounded on the south by a line described as follows: starting from a point in longitude 70º19′ and in latitude 49º03′; thence, south 77º45′ west, 5.2 mi; thence, south 4º west, 4.8 mi; thence, south 59º50′ west, 8.5 mi; thence, north 70º west, approximatively 4.2 mi, up to a point situated in longitude 70º40′ and in latitude 48º57′; thence, north following meridian 70º40′ up to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 49º; thence, west following the latter parallel of latitude, up to its intersection with meridian 71º20′; thence, north following the latter meridian up to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 49º01′; thence, west, following the latter parallel of latitude up to its intersection with the left shore of Mistassibi River; thence, on the north following the left shore of Mistassibi River, up to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 49º07′; thence, west following the latter parallel of latitude up to its intersection with meridian 72º40′; thence, south following the latter meridian up to its intersection with the left shore of Ashuapmachouan River; thence, on the southeast, following the left shore of Ashuapmachouan River, up to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 48º47′; thence, south 46º10′ west, 7.5 mi; thence, south 17º30′ west, approximatively 6 mi, up to the parallel of latitude 48º37.5′; thence, west following the latter parallel of latitude up to its intersection with meridian 73º; thence, south following the latter meridian, up to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 47º55′; thence, north 46º20′ west, approximatively 12 mi, up to a point in longitude 73º10.5′ and in latitude 48º02′; bounded on the southwest by Abitibi Reserve and on the northwest by Mistassini Reserve.
(i)  Bersimis Reserve: A territory of 31,925 mi2, bounded on the north and east by a line described as follows: starting from a point in longitude 69º30′ and in latitude 53º32′; thence, east, 7 mi; thence, north 57º east, 4.4 mi; thence, south 80º east, 5.6 mi; thence, south 53º east, 13.8 mi; thence, south 2º15′ west, 21.8 mi; thence, south 36º west, 9.3 mi; thence, south 22º20′ east, 12.6 mi; thence, east 9.2 mi; thence, south 36º45′ east, 12 mi; thence, south 3º45′ west, 18 mi; thence, south 22º35′ east, 7.6 mi; thence, south 62º45′ east, 6 mi; thence, north 54º30′ east, 2.5 mi; thence, north 29º45′ west, 3.8 mi; thence, south 67º50′ east, 4.4 mi; thence, north 54º30′ east, 5.4 mi; thence, east, 2.8 mi; thence, south 2º15′ east, 25.2 mi; thence, north 42º15′ east, approximatively 3.2 mi, up to the point in longitude 68º and in latitude 52º05′; thence, north 74º east, 3.4 mi; thence, south 66º35′ east, 5.4 mi; thence, south 14º15′ east, approximatively 12 mi; up to the north shore of Petit Lac Manicouagan; thence, in a general southeasterly direction following the southwest shore of Petit Lac Manicouagan up to a point of longitude 67º35′ and in latitude 51º44.5′; thence, south 39º25′ west, 11.2 mi; thence, south 3º45′ west, 2.5 mi; thence, south 40º west, 7.4 mi; thence, north 69º20′ east, 8.7 mi; thence, south 13º45′ east, 3.4 mi; thence, south 61º15′ east, 6.4 mi; thence, south 18º east, 10.1 mi; thence, south 20º west, 19.9 mi; thence, south 65º west, 3 mi; thence, south 29º east, 2.2 mi; thence, south 35º35′ west, 7.4 mi; thence, south 29º30′ east, 2.2 mi; thence, south 7º20′ west, 6.8 mi; thence, south 23º35′ east, 9.3 mi; thence, south 89º15′ east, 2.3 mi; thence, south 22º30′ east, 4 mi; thence, north 52º15′ east, 2.7 mi; thence, south 87º30′ east, 5.2 mi; thence, south 34º15′ west, 8.8 mi; thence, south 60º15′ west, 5 mi; thence, north 84º15′ west, 12.7 mi; thence, south 48º35′ west, 7 mi; up to a point in longitude 68º and in latitude 50º26.5′; thence, south following the meridian 68º up to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 50º14′; being the right shore of Fontmalais River; thence, to the southeast following the right shore of Fontmalais River; and the southwest shore of Sainte-Anne Lake up to its southeasterly extremity; thence, south 45º east up to the right shore of Godbout River; thence, to the south following the right shore of Godbout River, up to a point in longitude 67º40′ and in latitude 49º32′; thence, south following meridian 67º40′, up to the parallel of latitude 49º28′; thence, south 36º30′ west, 4.5 mi; thence, south 70º west, 7.4 mi; thence, north 75º45′ west, 5.6 mi, up to meridian 68º; thence, south following meridian 68º up to the north shore of the Gulf of St. Lawrence; bounded on the southeast by the north shore of the Gulf of St. Lawrence; bounded on the south by a line described as follows: starting from the intersection point of the right shore of Betsiamites River with the northern land of route number 15; thence, to the northwest and north following the right shore of Betsiamites River up to its meeting with the parallel of latitude 49º04′; thence, south 51º15′ west, 11.1 mi; thence, north 58º15′ west, 6.8 mi; thence, north 17º25′ west, 7.2 mi; thence, north 41º20′ east, approximatively 5 mi, up to the right shore of Betsiamites River; thence, to the northwest and west, following the right shore of Betsiamites River up to a point in longitude 69º34′ and in latitude 49º17′ being a little to the southeast of the town of Labrieville; thence, south 34º west, 12 mi; thence, north 87º west, 5.2 mi; thence, south 57º35′ west, 20 mi; thence, north 51º10′ west, 7.6 mi, up to a point in longitude 70º19′ and in latitude 49º3′; bounded on the west by Roberval and Mistassini reserves.
(j)  Saguenay Reserve: A territory of 83,600 mi2 including:
i.  the county of Duplessis;
ii.  the part of the county of Saguenay, on the east of Bersimis Reserve;
iii.  the part of New Québec, on the south of the parallel of latitude 55º12′, and on the east of Mistassini and Bersimis reserves.
(k)  New Québec Reserve: The entire territory of Québec not already included in the other beaver reserves of Québec.
R.R.Q., 1981, c. C-61, r. 31, s. 1.
DIVISION II
REGULATION
2. Save in the reserve in New Québec, any person hunting fur-bearing animals in a beaver reserve shall be the bearer of a special licence issued by the Minister of Natural Resources and Wildlife.
R.R.Q., 1981, c. C-61, r. 31, s. 2.
3. Only Indians and Eskimos may trap or hunt fur-bearing animals in the reserves in New Québec, Fort Georges, Vieux Comptoir, Rupert, Nottaway, Abitibi, Mistassini, Grand Lac Victoria, Roberval and Bersimis.
R.R.Q., 1981, c. C-61, r. 31, s. 3.
4. The fees for a hunting or trapping licence for fur-bearing animals for Indians and Eskimos hunting or trapping in any beaver reserve, save the one in New Québec are $1.
R.R.Q., 1981, c. C-61, r. 31, s. 4.
5. The fees for a licence for any white trapper hunting or trapping in beaver reserves wherein whites may do so, are $12.10 of which $0.10 is commission to the vendor.
R.R.Q., 1981, c. C-61, r. 31, s. 5.
6. The Minister may determine the number of fur-bearing animals which each trapper may hunt or trap.
R.R.Q., 1981, c. C-61, r. 31, s. 6.
7. The Minister may determine the place or places wherein each trapper may trap these fur-bearing animals.
R.R.Q., 1981, c. C-61, r. 31, s. 7.
8. The Minister may establish a system for marketing the pelts.
R.R.Q., 1981, c. C-61, r. 31, s. 8.
9. Any trapper in reserves shall make a report of the fur-bearing animals which he has hunted or trapped during the year.
R.R.Q., 1981, c. C-61, r. 31, s. 9.
10. Barring a special permission from the Minister, any trapper in beaver reserves in Québec, shall hunt or trap fur-bearing animals each year in the territory assigned to him.
R.R.Q., 1981, c. C-61, r. 31, s. 10.
REFERENCES
R.R.Q., 1981, c. C-61, r. 31