If a gamekeeper, whether or not he is himself licensed, finds anyone trespassing in the daytime1 upon land on which his employer has the right to the game in search or pursuit of game2 or woodcock, snipe or rabbits, he may require the trespasser forthwith to quit the land and also to state his forename3, surname and place of abode4. Should the trespasser refuse to state his real name or place of abode, or give such a general description of the latter as to be illusory for the purpose of discovery, or wilfully continue or return upon the land,
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