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169.14

169.14 Carcasses of captive wild animals.

169.14(1)

(1) Restrictions on sales and purchases.

169.14(1)(a)

(a) No person may sell the carcass of any captive wild animal unless the seller provides to the purchaser written proof of origin.

169.14(1)(b)

(b) No person may purchase or possess the carcass of any captive wild animal unless the purchaser maintains written proof of origin during the time the purchaser possesses the carcass.

169.14(1)(c)

(c) No person may sell or purchase the gallbladder of a bear that was a captive wild animal.

169.14(1)(d)

(d) No person may preserve and mount a carcass of a captive wild animal for consideration unless that person holds a valid taxidermist permit issued under s. 29.506.

169.14(2)

(2) Tagging requirements for captive wild animal farms.

169.14(2)(a)

(a) A person killing a wild animal under the authority of a captive wild animal farm license shall tag the carcass in the manner required by the department before removing the carcass from the farm. No person may remove the tag from the carcass except as provided in par. (b).

169.14(2)(b)

(b) A person acquiring a carcass tagged under par. (a) that is to be consumed for food may remove the tag at the time the carcass is prepared for final consumption. The person shall keep the tag in evidence until the carcass is consumed or otherwise disposed of.

169.14(2)(c)

(c) For purposes of pars. (a) and (b), for the carcasses of wild reptiles and wild amphibians, a person need not tag each carcass, but shall tag each shipment in the manner required by the department.

169.14(3)

(3) Inapplicability to certain carcasses.

169.14(3)(a)

(a) Subsections (1) and (2) do not apply to the raw fur or dressed fur of fur-bearing wild animals that are possessed as authorized by a license issued under s. 169.18.

169.14(3)(c)

(c) The selling, purchasing, or possessing of carcasses of endangered or threatened species is subject to s. 29.604 and not to this section.

169.14 - ANNOT.

History: 2001 a. 56.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Wisconsin > 169 > 169.14

169.14

169.14 Carcasses of captive wild animals.

169.14(1)

(1) Restrictions on sales and purchases.

169.14(1)(a)

(a) No person may sell the carcass of any captive wild animal unless the seller provides to the purchaser written proof of origin.

169.14(1)(b)

(b) No person may purchase or possess the carcass of any captive wild animal unless the purchaser maintains written proof of origin during the time the purchaser possesses the carcass.

169.14(1)(c)

(c) No person may sell or purchase the gallbladder of a bear that was a captive wild animal.

169.14(1)(d)

(d) No person may preserve and mount a carcass of a captive wild animal for consideration unless that person holds a valid taxidermist permit issued under s. 29.506.

169.14(2)

(2) Tagging requirements for captive wild animal farms.

169.14(2)(a)

(a) A person killing a wild animal under the authority of a captive wild animal farm license shall tag the carcass in the manner required by the department before removing the carcass from the farm. No person may remove the tag from the carcass except as provided in par. (b).

169.14(2)(b)

(b) A person acquiring a carcass tagged under par. (a) that is to be consumed for food may remove the tag at the time the carcass is prepared for final consumption. The person shall keep the tag in evidence until the carcass is consumed or otherwise disposed of.

169.14(2)(c)

(c) For purposes of pars. (a) and (b), for the carcasses of wild reptiles and wild amphibians, a person need not tag each carcass, but shall tag each shipment in the manner required by the department.

169.14(3)

(3) Inapplicability to certain carcasses.

169.14(3)(a)

(a) Subsections (1) and (2) do not apply to the raw fur or dressed fur of fur-bearing wild animals that are possessed as authorized by a license issued under s. 169.18.

169.14(3)(c)

(c) The selling, purchasing, or possessing of carcasses of endangered or threatened species is subject to s. 29.604 and not to this section.

169.14 - ANNOT.

History: 2001 a. 56.

State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Wisconsin > 169 > 169.14

169.14

169.14 Carcasses of captive wild animals.

169.14(1)

(1) Restrictions on sales and purchases.

169.14(1)(a)

(a) No person may sell the carcass of any captive wild animal unless the seller provides to the purchaser written proof of origin.

169.14(1)(b)

(b) No person may purchase or possess the carcass of any captive wild animal unless the purchaser maintains written proof of origin during the time the purchaser possesses the carcass.

169.14(1)(c)

(c) No person may sell or purchase the gallbladder of a bear that was a captive wild animal.

169.14(1)(d)

(d) No person may preserve and mount a carcass of a captive wild animal for consideration unless that person holds a valid taxidermist permit issued under s. 29.506.

169.14(2)

(2) Tagging requirements for captive wild animal farms.

169.14(2)(a)

(a) A person killing a wild animal under the authority of a captive wild animal farm license shall tag the carcass in the manner required by the department before removing the carcass from the farm. No person may remove the tag from the carcass except as provided in par. (b).

169.14(2)(b)

(b) A person acquiring a carcass tagged under par. (a) that is to be consumed for food may remove the tag at the time the carcass is prepared for final consumption. The person shall keep the tag in evidence until the carcass is consumed or otherwise disposed of.

169.14(2)(c)

(c) For purposes of pars. (a) and (b), for the carcasses of wild reptiles and wild amphibians, a person need not tag each carcass, but shall tag each shipment in the manner required by the department.

169.14(3)

(3) Inapplicability to certain carcasses.

169.14(3)(a)

(a) Subsections (1) and (2) do not apply to the raw fur or dressed fur of fur-bearing wild animals that are possessed as authorized by a license issued under s. 169.18.

169.14(3)(c)

(c) The selling, purchasing, or possessing of carcasses of endangered or threatened species is subject to s. 29.604 and not to this section.

169.14 - ANNOT.

History: 2001 a. 56.

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