§ 20-16-10. Green pelt as evidence of unlawful taking.
The possession of a green pelt, or any part of a pelt, by any person, except during the open season for the animal and for ten (10) days thereafter, shall be prima facie evidence that the pelt, or part of a pelt, was unlawfully taken and possessed. For the purposes of this section a "green pelt" is defined to mean a pelt that is not dried, cured, or tanned.
(P.L. 1981, ch. 197, § 3.)