N.Y. Environmental Conservation Law Section 11-1725
Shipment by carriers


Carriers may receive, and may transport, within and from within to without the state, carcasses and parts thereof of game, described in subdivision 1 of section 11-1721 and identified as provided in that section, when they are also labeled as provided in this section.


a. When received in this state by a carrier, or transported within or from within to without the state by a carrier, every shipment of game required by section 11-1721 to be identified, shall also have attached a card or label with the following data plainly printed or written thereon: names and addresses of consignor and consignee, number and kind of carcasses or parts thereof.


If the consignor is the person who holds the game breeder’s license or shooting preserve license by authority of which such game (other than imported foreign game) is saleable, or if the game is imported foreign game shipped by a licensed game dealer, the card or label shall also state the name and address of the holder of such license, and the number of the license.


No carrier or employee thereof shall, while engaged in such business, transport as owner any fish or game not lawfully saleable. No carrier or employee thereof shall knowingly receive or possess any fish or game, whether packed or unpacked, for shipment for any person, unless (a) if it is game or trout described in § 11-1721 (Identification of carcasses and parts thereof)section 11-1721 of this title, it is identified as required by that section, and


in any case, it bears the tag, card, identification or label required by this section or by sections 11-0911, 11-0917, 11-1319 or 11-1913 of this article.

Source: Section 11-1725 — Shipment by carriers, https://www.­nysenate.­gov/legislation/laws/ENV/11-1725 (updated Sep. 22, 2014; accessed Jun. 15, 2024).

Jun. 15, 2024

Last modified:
Sep. 22, 2014

§ 11-1725’s source at nysenate​.gov

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