NORTHWESTERN ONTARIO—Will some of our brother trappers kindly answer the following questions: What license does a non-resident trapper have to pay to trap in Ontario, Can.? What kind of country is that portion of Ontario between Lake Superior on the west, the C. P. R. R. on the north and Georgian Bay on the south? Is it large or small timber or open? Is a trapper allowed to shoot any game on a trapper’s license? What is the tariff law in regard to guns, traps and camp outfit?
There is a $20 license required for trapping fur-bearing animals. The hunting license fees are as follows: Resident fee for deer $2.00; moose and caribou $5.00. Non-resident fee $50.00 for big game, including all kinds of small game in season. Non-resident license for small same, only $25.00. The greater portion of the country mentioned is heavily timbered, mainly with evergreens and birch, but does not average as large as that found farther south. Duty on the goods mentioned is, we believe 30 per cent of their value.
Harding, A.R.. 3001 Questions and Answers. Columbus, Oh: A.R. Harding, 1913.
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