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place mentioned in said notice, sell such game or fish at public
auction to the highest bidders for cash, and at once pay the pro-
ceeds of such sale to the justice; said constable shall give the
purchaser a certificate of purchase, in which shall be a particular
description of the game or fish sold, together with the date of
1896, ch. 393.
29. If there has been no appeal, or if the judgment of the
justice is affirmed on appeal, the said justice shall deduct his
costs, if not already paid, together with the constable's costs,
which shall include a fee of ten per centum of the amount
of the proceeds of the sale for his services as auctioneer, and
shall distribute the balance of such proceeds of sale or the
ascertained value of the game or fish seized as secured by the
bond, as follows: One-half shall be paid to the game warden,
which shall be kept by him for his services, and one-half shall be
paid into the county or city treasury for the benefit of the school
30. The game warden and the deputy game wardens shall not
be liable for any damage or costs sustained by any person or cor-
poration by reason of the wrongful seizure of game or fish under
this sub-title; provided, however, that the enforcement of this
sub-title shall in nowise prevent prosecution of persons or cor-
porations for violations of the game or fish laws of this State.
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4. Employment of children under twelve years of age, unlawful. Penalty.
Counties excepted from this provision.
1894, ch. 817.
4. No proprietor or owner of any mill or factory in this State,
other than establishments for manufacturing canned goods, or