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New York Consolidated Laws, Agriculture and Markets Law - AGM § 353-c. Electrocution of fur-bearing animals prohibited

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1.?Notwithstanding any other provision of law, no person shall intentionally kill, or stun to facilitate the killing of, a fur-bearing animal by means of an electrical current. ?For the purpose of this section, ?fur-bearing animal? means arctic fox, red fox, silver fox, chinchilla, mink, pine marten, muskrat, and those fur-bearing animals included within the provisions of section 11-1907 of the environmental conservation law.

2.?A violation of subdivision one of this section is a class A misdemeanor.

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