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Session Laws, 1975
Volume 716, Page 2385   View pdf image
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BY repealing and re-enacting, with amendments,

Article — Natural Resources

Sections 4-1015(a), 7-456(b), 8-726(a), 8-806(c),

8-1212(a), 8-1404(b), 8-1416(b), 10-612(i)(2)(iii)

and 10-1105

Annotated Code of Maryland

(1974 Volume and 1974 Supplement)

MARYLAND, That Sections 4-1015(a), 7-456(b), 8-726(a),
8-806(c),             8-1212(a),             8-1404(b), 8-1416(b),

10-612(i)(2) (iii) and 10-1105 of Article - Natural
Resources, of the Annotated Code of Maryland (1974 Volume
and 1974 Supplement) be and they are hereby repealed and
re—enacted, with amendments, to read as follows:

Article — Natural Resources


(a)   A person who catches oysters from the waters of
the state with any scoop, dredge, tong, rake, or any
similar instrument shall cull the oysters on the natural
bar from which they were caught, and return every shell
to the bar. Any oyster whose shell measures less than 3
inches in length, from hinge to mouth, whether or not
attached to a marketable oyster, shall be included in the
culling and replaced on the bar from which caught. If
any oyster measuring less than 3 inches adheres so
closely to the shell of a marketable oyster that it
renders impossible its removal without destroying the
small oyster, then both oysters shall be returned to the
bar from which caught. However, marketable oysters may
be retained if the small oyster adhering to the
marketable oyster is less [then] THAN 1 inch in length
from hinge to mouth and cannot be removed without
destroying the small oyster. Oyster culling shall be
completed before any oyster is thrown or deposited in the
hold or bottom of any boat.


(b)     Every surface magazine for storing black
blasting powder, detonators, and cardox heater elements
need not be bulletproof, but shall comply with other
provisions for storing high explosives. High explosives,
black blasting powder, or cardox heater elements in
amounts of 125 pounds or less, or 5,000 detonators or
less, shall be stored in accordance with preceding
standards or in a separate box—type magazine. A box—type
magazine also may be used as a distributing magazine when


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