RS 56:173     

§173.  Transportation of birds or animals killed; tags; sale of carcass

A.  No such animal or bird provided for in this Subpart killed as aforesaid and intended for sale shall be shipped, transported, sold, or offered for sale unless each quarter and each loin of each carcass of the animal and the carcass of each bird, or each consignment of feathers, is tagged with an indestructible tag or seal, to be furnished by the department at cost.  The quarters, loins, and carcasses, when tagged as aforesaid, may be possessed, sold, or offered for sale at any time.  

B.  No person shall sell any portion of or sell the carcass of such animal or bird which shall not at all times have affixed thereto the tag or seal.  However, the keeper of a hotel, restaurant, boardinghouse or club, or a retail dealer in meat, may sell portions of a quarter or loin of any such domesticated pheasant, quail, duck, goose or other domesticated wild game bird or domesticated wild waterfowl, tagged or sealed as aforesaid, to a patron or a customer for actual consumption, without a license being required.  

Amended by Acts 1974, No. 717, §1; Acts 1981, No. 736, §1.