Sea Fisheries (Restrictive Legislation in Foreign Countries); Return to an Address of the ... House of Commons, Dated 13 December 1900 ...

Sea Fisheries (Restrictive Legislation in Foreign Countries); Return to an Address of the ... House of Commons, Dated 13 December 1900 ...

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1901 edition. Excerpt: ...Soltin and Fritzow adjoin to the eastern gable of the club-house at Berg-Divenow. (2.) That part of the Baltic around the estuary of the Divenow within a distance of a quarter of a mile in every direction. 3. Net fishing is moreover allowed on the Peenemiinder Haken and in the Spandowerhagen Bay. 4. If shoals of herrings in unusual quantities appear in the close fishing grounds before the months of the Swine, Peene, and Divenow, the Go-'ern ment may allow herring fishery to be carried on under the supervision of an inspector during the months from March to June. 5. Fishing may not be carried on in the main channel of the estuary of the Peene from Monehow to the Zecheriner Fiihre, with the exception of the local net fishery; also the construction of new weirs, fish-dams, &c., &c., and the enlargement of similar appliances already existing is prohibited. 6. In the Peene from Gumzin to Quilitz, three spaces, 30 rods wide each, must be left in the rows of weels, and nets must on no account be set in these spaces. 7. Any person fishing must carry a fishery permit with him and must produce it when requested to do so by fishery inspectors. $1'ETT1N-Fishery permits belonging to people fishing not within the limits of their _" own rights must be issued by the person who has granted the authority to fish, and must be provided with a stamp of recognition and a number, by the Chief Fishery Inspector. Fishery permits for persons fishing within the limits of their own rights will be issued on application to the Chief Inspector, but this permit has no effect upon the validity of the rights in case of dispute. These fishery permits, which are issued free of cost and which are not transferable, are only valid...show more

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  • Paperback | 86 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 168g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236799984
  • 9781236799982