Chapter 43. Game and Fish Laws. § 22–4301. Prohibition and control of net fishing in Potomac River [Repealed] § 22–4302. Catching and killing bass [Repealed] § 22–4303. “Person” defined; sale of bass prohibited [Repealed] § 22–4304. Sale and possession of shad or herring [Repealed] § 22–4305. Sale of small striped bass [Repealed] § 22–4306. Use of explosives and drugs in fishing prohibited [Repealed] § 22–4307. Penalties. [Transferred] § 22–4308. Confiscation of fishing equipment used in violation of the law [Repealed] § 22–4309. Sale and possession of woodcocks [Repealed] § 22–4310. Sale and possession of squirrels, rabbits [Repealed] § 22–4311. Sale and possession of wild ducks, wild geese, brant, snipe or plover [Repealed] § 22–4312. Sale and possession of water-rail or ortolan, reed bird and certain game birds [Repealed] § 22–4313. Sale and possession of deer meat [Repealed] § 22–4314. Catching, exposing for sale, or possession of wild birds [Repealed] § 22–4315. Trapping, netting or ensnaring waterfowl [Repealed] § 22–4316. Inspection of premises to detect violation of game laws [Repealed] § 22–4317. Trespassing for purposes of hunting [Repealed] § 22–4318. Shooting or having guns in possession on a Sunday [Repealed] § 22–4319. Killing or capturing game beyond District jurisdiction [Repealed] § 22–4320. Compensation for persons securing convictions under game laws [Repealed] § 22–4321. Killing game birds and permits therefor [Repealed] § 22–4322. Hunting squirrels, chipmunks and rabbits without a permit [Repealed] § 22–4323. Killing of English sparrow or wild animal suffering from disease or injury [Repealed] § 22–4324. Hunting or disbursing of ducks, geese, and waterfowl [Repealed] § 22–4325. Sale, possession, or purchase of certain types of birds prohibited [Repealed] § 22–4326. License for certain scientific purposes [Repealed] § 22–4327. Sale of birds raised in captivity or for propagation [Repealed] § 22–4328. Council’s authority with respect to wild animals, fishing licenses, and migratory birds; exception; “wild animals” defined. § 22–4329. Inspection of business or vocational establishments requiring a license or permit or any vehicle, boat, market box, market stall or cold storage plant, during business hours. § 22–4330. Seizure of hunting and fishing equipment; sale at public auction and disposal of proceeds; disposal of property not sold at auction; payment of valid liens after sale. § 22–4331. Penalties; prosecutions. § 22–4332. Delegation of functions by Secretary of the Interior and Mayor; Council to make regulations; “Mayor” and “Secretary of the Interior” defined. § 22–4333. Existing authority of Secretary of the Interior not impaired.