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11*. If resistance be made to the officer engaged in making
such arrest or seizure, such resistance shall be deemed a misde-
meanor, presentable by the grand jury of the county, and punish-
able in the Circuit Court thereof, by fine and imprisonment as
other misdemeanors are punished.
12*. After the payment of the costs of the prosecution of the
offenders, the balance arising from the fine and the sale of the
boat and other property hereinbefore mentioned, shall be divided
and apportioned in the following manner: one-half to the officer
and those who assisted him in making the arrest and seizure, and
the balance to be paid over to the County Commissioners for the
benefit of the school fund of the county.
13 No person shall trap, shoot, or in any manner catch or kill
any partridges between the fifteenth day of January and the first
day of October, nor any woodcock between the first of February
and the tenth of June, nor any pheasants between the first of
February and the twelfth of August in each year.
14. No person keeping a tavern, restaurant or eating house,
nor any market man, shall expose for sale or have in his posses-
sion in this State any partridge, woodcock or pheasant, between
the times within which the killing of such birds is forbidden by
the preceding section.
15. Any person violating either of the preceding sections shall
pay a fine of five dollars, to be recovered before a justice of the
peace of the county where the offence was committed; Provided,
that no fine shall be imposed for killing, shooting or trapping any
partridges, woodcock or pheasants in Charles, Caroline, Talbot
and Worcester counties.