792 OYSTERS. [ART. 72
tong for oysters in any waters of this State for the period of three
years after said conviction.
1906, ch. 711, sec. US. 1912, ch. 539, sec. 118.
120. The revenues arising from the operation of this sub-title shall
be applied in the following manner:
First: To the payment of all expenses and disbursements authorized
by this sub-title ;
Second: The balance to be paid at the end of each year into the
Treasury of the State, to be placed to the credit of, and divided equally
between, two special funds, the first to be known as the "Special Road
Fund," and the second to be known as a "Fund for the Conservation
of Natural Oyster Bars."
1912. ch. 539. sec. 119A.
121A. It shall be the duty of the Board of Shell Fish Commis-
sioners to take such measures as in its judgment shall seem best calcu-
lated to increase the productivity of any part of the natural oyster bars
defined as such by records and charts filed with the Courts of this State;
and the expense of so doing shall be paid out of the "Fund for the Con-
servation of Natural Oyster Bars," upon requisition made by the
Board of Shell Fish Commissioners, endorsed by the Comptroller of
1912, ch. 539. sec. 119B.
121B. Any natural oyster bar or bars, or parts of bar or bars,
which the Board of Shell Fish Commissioners may designate for the
purpose of being cultivated and restored may be exempted by the
Board of Shell Fish Commissioners from all rights of taking oysters
in any manner by any person whatsoever for a period to be specified in
a notice of such intention, to be published in local papers thirty days
prior to such action; provided, that said published notice shall become
void and of no effect at any time during the period of thirty days after
the publication of said notice by the filing of a petition with the Board
of Shell Fish Commissioners signed by twenty-five licensed oystermen
entitled to take oysters from the bars or parts of bars designated by the
1912. ch. 539, sec. 119C.
121C. For the purpose of performing the duties imposed upon, the
Board of Shell Fish Commissioners by sections 121A and 121B, they
may employ a superintendent of natural oyster bars, or designate one
of the employees of the Board of Shell Fish Commissioners to act as
such, and it shall be the duty of such superintendent, under direction
of the Board of Shell Fish Commissioners, to give personal supervision
to the work of cultivating and restoring the natural oyster bars desig-
nated for that purpose by the order of the Board of Shell Fish Commis-