Game -

Any wild bird or other animal used as food, such as grouse, rabbits, etc. The term is also applied in a limited sense to animals generally existing in a wild state even when partly or wholly domesticated.

The State and Federal Game Laws in force are so numerous and so varying in character and detail, that any attempt to condense or quote from them would probably prove misleading - especially as they are liable to change at any time. A recent government publication consumed fifty-four pages to cover the subject. Copies of the current issues of this, and many other instructive books and pamphlets, can be obtained by writing to the Division of Publications, Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C.

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