C-61 - Wild-life Conservation Act

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76. (Replaced).
1969, c. 58, s. 70; 1978, c. 65, s. 42; 1983, c. 39, s. 184.
76. Whoever hunts with an arm or other hunting gear the use of which is prohibited by the law or the regulations is guilty of an offence and liable, in addition to the payment of the costs, to a fine of $50 to $200 or to imprisonment for not less than seven days or to both these penalties at the same time.
1969, c. 58, s. 70; 1978, c. 65, s. 42.
76. Every judgment which imposes a penalty under this act or the regulations shall, if animals, fish or fur have been seized, declare the confiscation thereof; in the case of infringements of sections 19, 20, 25, 26, 31, 32 or 73, if arms have been seized, it must declare the same to be confiscated; in the other cases, it may, if other objects have been seized, declare such other objects to be confiscated.
Such objects must be disposed of in the manner determined by the regulations.
1969, c. 58, s. 70.