Offenses relating to buoys and beacons
No person shall moor any vessel of any kind or any name, or any boat, skiff, barge, scow, raft, or part of a raft, to any buoy or beacon placed in the navigable waters of this state, or in any bay, river or arm of the sea bordering upon this state, by the authority of the United States Coast Guard or shall in any manner hang on with any vessel, boat, barge, scow, raft, or part of a raft, to any such buoy or beacon, or shall willfully remove, damage or destroy any such buoy or beacon, or shall cut down, remove, damage or destroy any beacon or beacons erected on land in this state by authority of the United States Coast Guard. [Amended by 1965 c.539 §5; 2011 c.597 §303]
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