Animals: Misbehaving Motorman

Last week the U. S. Biological Survey proved its impartial vigilance when Motorman Walter P. Chrysler, good New Dealer, was summoned to appear in Baltimore's Federal district court, answer charges of misbehavior on his Eastern Shore estate last duck-hunting season. The triple-barreled charge: 1) failure to plug his repeating shotgun to three-shell capacity; 2) failure to have a Federal stamp on his hunting license; 3) shooting over a baited area. Maximum penalty on each count: $500 fine, six months' imprisonment.


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