A gamekeeper has the following powers of arrest at night1, but only on land of which his employer is either lord of the manor, owner, or occupier2.
If he or any of his assistants finds upon such land, whether open or inclosed, or upon any part of any public road, highway, or path or the sides thereof, or at the openings, outlets, or gates from the land into any such road, highway, or path, any person unlawfully taking or destroying game3 or rabbits, he may seize and arrest him there, or in case of pursuit in any place to which
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