§ 20-17-2. Sale of artificially propagated game.
(a) No person shall engage in the commercial raising or selling of wild birds, game quadrupeds, or domestic game birds unless that person possesses a commercial game propagation license issued by the department.
(b) Game raised under the license may be bought, sold, and had in possession, live, at any season of the year for purposes of propagation.
(c) Carcasses of artificially propagated game may be sold only by a person who holds, in addition to a commercial propagation license, a license issued by the department authorizing the sale of game carcasses. All game carcasses sold under the license must have attached to the game carcass a tag or seal provided to the licensee by the department, at cost, which tag or seal shall remain intact until the game is used.
(d) The director may, from time to time, issue any rules and regulations that he or she deems necessary to control the operation of the business of propagation, raising, and sale of game.
(P.L. 1981, ch. 197, § 3.)