Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission, Band 12

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1894
 

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Seite 2 - Sea, and it shall be the duty of the President at a timely season in each year to issue his proclamation, and cause the same to be published for one month in at least one newspaper (if any such there be) published at each United States port of entry on the Pacific coast, warning all persons against entering such waters for the purpose of violating the provisions of said section...
Seite 5 - That the erection of dams, barricades, fish wheels, fences, or any such imon pro- fixed or stationary obstructions in any part of the rivers or streams of Alaska, or to fish for or catch salmon or salmon trout in any manner or by any means with the purpose or result of preventing or impeding the ascent of salmon to their spawning ground, is declared to be unlawful...
Seite 2 - ... is hereby declared to be unlawful, and the Secretary of the Treasury is hereby authorized and directed to establish such regulations and surveillance as may be necessary to insure that this prohibition is strictly enforced and to otherwise protect the salmon fisheries of Alaska ; and every person who shall be found guilty of a violation of the provisions of this section shall be fined not less than two hundred and fifty dollars for each day of the continuance of such obstruction.
Seite 39 - The Resources of California, comprising Agriculture, Mining, Geography, Climate, Commerce, etc., etc. and the past and future development of the State.
Seite 13 - Alaska will be more rapid because of the small size of the rivers and the ease with which salmon can be prevented from ascending them. For a few years there will be wanton waste of that marvelous abundance, which the fishermen — concerned only for immediate profit and utterly improvident of the future — declare to be inexhaustible. The season of prosperity will be followed by a rapid decline in the value and production of these fisheries, and a point will be eventually reached where the salmon...
Seite 39 - The Natural History of Washington Territory, with much relating to Minnesota, Nebraska, Kansas, Oregon and California, between the thirty-sixth and forty-ninth parallels of Latitude, being those parts of the final Reports on the Survey of the Northern Pacific Railroad Route, containing the Climate and Physical Geography, with full Catalogues and Descriptions of the Plants and Animals collected from 1853 to 1857. By JG Cooper, MD, and Dr. Q. Suckley, USA, Naturalists to the Expedition.
Seite 365 - ... of the two fish caught. I intended to take a piece from the thin part of the belly, when what was my surprise to see coming from the opening thus made a small live fish. This I at first supposed to be prey which this fish had swallowed ; but on further opening the fish, I was vastly astonished to find next to the back of the fish and slightly attached to it, a long very light violet bag, so clear and so transparent, that I could already distinguish through it the shape...
Seite 2 - Alaska, as well as the present conditions and methods of the fisheries, with a view of recommending to Congress such additional legislation as may be necessary to prevent the impairment or exhaustion of these valuable fisheries, and placing them under regular and permanent conditions of production.
Seite 232 - ... or other lawful occupant shall have the exclusive right to use such creek, cove or inlet when the mouth of said creek, cove or inlet is one hundred yards or less in width...
Seite 55 - ... the States of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland...

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