324. Possession of eggs of game.

324.     Possession of eggs of game.

Any person who knowingly has in his house, shop, possession or control at any time of the year the eggs of any bird of game, swan, wild duck, teal or wigeon which have been wilfully taken out of or destroyed on the nest on any land by anyone who has not the right of killing the game thereon, nor the permission of the owner of such right, is guilty of an offence1, and is liable upon conviction before two justices to a fine not exceeding level 1 on the standard scale