Executive Order 1884—To Prevent Fire-Hunting at Night, and Hunting by Means of a Spring or Trap in the Canal Zone, and to Repeal the Executive Order of September 8, 1909
By virtue of the authority vested in me I hereby establish the following order for the Canal Zone.
Section 1. Every person who shall hunt at night, between the hours of sunset and sunrise, with the aid or use of a lantern, torch, bonfire, or other artificial light, or who shall hunt by the use of a gun or other firearm intended to be discharged by an animal or bird, by means of a spring or trap, or other similar mechanical device, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.
The penalties imposed by this Order shall be in addition to the punishments authorized by the law against carrying arms without a permit.
Sec. 2. The Executive Order of September 8, 1909, amending Section 454 of the Penal Code of the Canal Zone, is hereby repealed.
SEC. 3. This order shall take effect thirty days from and, after its publication in the Canal Record.
THE WHITE HOUSE,
January 27, 1914.
Woodrow Wilson, Executive Order 1884—To Prevent Fire-Hunting at Night, and Hunting by Means of a Spring or Trap in the Canal Zone, and to Repeal the Executive Order of September 8, 1909 Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project https://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/node/276251