If any person wilfully causes any injury or damage to any fence of a town or village green1, or wilfully and without lawful authority leads or drives any cattle or animal onto it, or wilfully lays any manure, soil, ashes, or rubbish, or other matter or thing onto it, or does any other act to the injury of the green, or to the interruption of its use or enjoyment as a place for exercise and recreation, he is, for every offence, liable on summary conviction2 to a fine3 and to pay for any damage which he has occasioned
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