19. When a hunter kills a caribou, white-tailed deer, moose, black bear or wild turkey, he shall, as soon as the animal is dead, detach the transportation coupon from his hunting licence and attach it to the animal; in addition, when a hunter kills a white-tailed deer, female or male with antlers less than 7 cm, or a female moose more than 1 year old, the hunter must, if there is no transportation coupon, punch out the space provided for that purpose on the hunting licence issued by a draw of lots for that category of animal.
Subject to the third paragraph of section 13.1 of the Regulation respecting hunting (chapter C-61.1, r. 12), in the case of moose, the hunter shall ensure that, on the same day as the animal’s death, the additional number of transportation coupons corresponding to the bag limit determined under the Regulation respecting hunting for that animal are attached to the animal; each additional coupon must come from the hunting licence of a hunter authorized to hunt the same species, with the same type of implement, during the same season and in the same area; in addition, that hunter shall have participated in the hunting expedition during which that animal was killed or be part of the same group within the meaning of section 15 of the Regulation respecting hunting.
In addition, if the moose was killed in a controlled zone, each additional coupon shall come from the hunter who, before the death of the animal, paid the duties for hunting moose in that controlled zone and registered upon entering that controlled zone.
In addition, the hunter shall ensure that the transportation coupons remain attached to the animal until it is cut up or stored and, in the case of black bear, until its pelt is dressed.
O.C. 858-99, s. 19; O.C. 931-2005, s. 13; O.C. 332-2008, s. 25; O.C. 73-2014, s. 6.