It is an offence for any trespasser to enter or be upon land1 in the daytime2 in search or pursuit of game or woodcock, snipe or rabbits, and an offender is liable upon conviction before one or more justices of the peace to a penalty not exceeding level 3 on the standard scale3.
It is not necessary to prove that the search or pursuit was in order to kill game at the time4. There must, however, be an actual entry by some person on the land5. To discharge a gun into or over the land of a neighbour does not
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