32. For the purposes of sections 30 and 31,
- “trapping offence”
“trapping offence” means
(a) any violation of paragraph 5(a), section 7 or 10, subsection 19(2), paragraph 37(1)(a) or (c), subsection 39(1), subsection 41(1), section 42 or 43, paragraph 45(b) or subsection 46(2) that involves a fur bearing animal, or
(b) any violation of paragraph 6(a), section 11, paragraph 37(1)(b) or subsection 50(3); (infraction ayant trait au piégeage)
- “hunting offence”
“hunting offence” means any violation of these Regulations that is not a “trapping offence”. (infraction ayant trait à la chasse)
33. No person shall sell, transfer or assign a general hunting permit, trapping permit or certificate of registration.
34. (1) No person shall knowingly allow his general hunting permit, trapping permit or certificate of registration to be used by any other person.
(2) No person shall use the general hunting permit, trapping permit or certificate of registration of another person.
GENERAL RULES OF THE PARK
35. (1) No owner of a dog shall
(a) permit the dog to run at large or to chase or molest game; or
(b) use the dog for the purpose of hunting game.
(2) Where a dog is running at large or chasing or molesting game, a Park Warden may impound the dog or destroy the dog, if he cannot seize it.
(3) Where a Park Warden impounds or destroys a dog pursuant to subsection (2) he shall, if the name of the owner can readily be ascertained, forthwith notify the owner of the dog.
(4) An impounded dog shall not be released until the person claiming the dog has paid an impounding fee of $10 and a boarding fee of $5 for each day or part thereof that the dog has been impounded.
(5) Where the owner of an impounded dog is unknown or where the owner of an impounded dog does not claim the dog within five days from the date of notification pursuant to subsection (3), the dog may be disposed of in a manner satisfactory to the superintendent.
- SOR/91-420, s. 8.
36. (1) Subject to subsection (2), no person shall be in possession of a firearm unless the firearm is unloaded and
(a) if the firearm is of a kind or model capable of being dismantled by taking apart and separating the barrel and stock, it is carried in a dismantled condition; or
(b) if the firearm is not of a kind or model capable of being dismantled, it is carried in a closed case or wrapped and tied securely in such manner as not to expose any part of the firearm.
(2) Subsection (1) does not apply to
(a) the holder of a general hunting permit; or
(b) a person authorized to take or kill game for scientific purposes pursuant to paragraph 56(1)(a).
(3) No person shall
(a) have a loaded firearm in or on a motor vehicle; or
(b) discharge a firearm from a motor vehicle.
(4) No person shall discharge a firearm or cause a shot, bullet or other missile to pass within two hundred metres of any building unless he is the owner or occupier of that building.
(5) No person shall discharge a firearm or cause a shot, bullet or other missile to pass along, across or within one hundred metres of the center line of any highway.
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