First Annual Report of the Audubon Society of South Carolina

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Audubon Society of South Carolina
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1908-01-01
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This document initially describes the rampant disregard for game laws in the state, which caused people to write to the Audubon Society to get involved. The responded by printing and distributing pamphlets with South Carolina’s game laws to educate citizens who were possibly violating the laws out of ignorance. The society appointed new wardens to enforce the gaming laws and a list of the new wardens is included in the document. There is a description of the work the wardens are supposed to do as well as their duty and pay. The society enlisted the government to help put a stop to the disregard for the games laws and the president wrote his opinion of their reactions to the problem. The document then includes a treasurer’s report and a list of members of the society. The document ends with the secretary’s report.
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South Carolina State Library
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Public Domain. For more information contact, South Carolina State Library, 1500 Senate Street, Columbia, South Carolina 29201.
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