Game and Fish Legislation, in New Jersey (Classic Reprint)
To His Excellency Woodrow Wilson. Governor, and to the Members of the Senate and General Assembly of the State of New Jersey:
The Board of Fish and Game Commissioners of New Jersey made a request to the Biological Survey, U. S. Department of Agriculture, which has charge of federal game preservation, for aid in collecting information concerning the fish and game of our State, and succeeded in securing the services of Charles E. Brewster, game law expert of that bureau, to prepare a report on present fish and game conditions within the State, on previous legislation on fish and game, and to include such suggestions for improvement in the laws as in his judgment seemed desirable.
We deemed it necessary for the Board to secure this expert assistance from the National Government so as to recommend the most improved methods for effectively checking the decrease of fish and game, and thereby save these valuable assets to the State.
On account of the rapidly growing extension of our residential sections and enormous increase of the population of the State, coupled with the fact that at either end of our State we have the great cities of New York and Philadelphia, which annually send into our State thousands of hunters and fishermen, it is apparent that the most energetic efforts of the Board of Fish and Game Commissioners are required to keep wild life in our woods, streams, lakes and salt water bodies.
We sincerely hope that these disinterested recommendations from the highest authority in our country, presented on the last pages of this publication, will have your most careful consideration.
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