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1968 PROCLAMATIONS-JULY 14, 1942 [56 STAT. Mourning or turtle dove.- The open seasons on mourning or turtle dove shall be as follows, both dates inclusive: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, and South Carolina, December 1 to December 30. Arizona, California, Kansas, Nevada, New Mexico, and Oklahoma, September 1 to October 12. Delaware, Kentucky, Maryland, and Virginia, September 16 to October 15. Idaho, September 1 to September 10. Illinois, and Missouri, September 1 to September 30. Minnesota, September 16 to September 30. Oregon, September 1 to September 15. Tennessee, October 1 to October 30. Texas, in Yoakum, Terry, Lynn, Garza, Kent, Stonewall, Haskell, Throckmorton, Young, Palo Pinto, Parker, Johnson, Ellis, Kaufman, Van Zandt, Rains, Hopkins, Franklin, and Red River Counties, and all counties north thereof, September 1 to October 12; in remainder of State, September 16 to October 27. White-winged dove.- The open seasons on white-winged dove shall be as follows, both dates inclusive: Arizona, September 1 to September 15. Texas, September 16 to September 25. Band-tailed pigeon.- The open seasons on band-tailed pigeon shall be as follows, both dates inclusive: Arizona, New Mexico, and Washington, September 16 to October 15. California, December 1 to December 30. Oregon, September 1 to September 30. Regulation 5, "Daily Bag and Possession Limits on Certain Migra- 55 Stat. 165. tory Game Birds", is amended to read as follows: 16U.S.C. , Supp. I, 704 note. REGULATION 5.-DAILY BAG AND POSSESSION LIMITS ON CERTAIN MIGRATORY GAME BIRDS A person may take in any one day during the open seasons pre- Ante, p. 19i6. scribed therefor in regulation 4 of these regulations not to exceed the following numbers of migratory game birds, which numbers shall in- clude all birds taken by any other person who for hire accompanies or assists him in taking such birds; and when so taken these may be possessed in the numbers hereinafter specified, except that no person on the opening day of the season may possess any migratory game birds in excess of the daily limits herein prescribed. Ducks.- Ten in the aggregate of all kinds including in such limit not more than 1 wood duck, or more than 3 singly or in the aggregate of redheads and buffleheads; and any person at any one time may pos- sess not more than 20 ducks in the aggregate of all kinds but not more than 1 wood duck, nor more than 6 of either or both of redheads or buffleheads. Geese and brant (except snow geese in Beaverhead, Gallatin, and Madison Counties in Montana, in Idaho, and in States bordering on the Atlantic Ocean; and Ross' geese). -Two in the aggregate of all kinds including blue geese, and, in addition, four blue geese, or a total of not more than 6 blue geese if no other kinds are taken, but any person at any one time may possess not more than 6 geese, including brant, in the aggregate of all kinds of which not more than 4 in any combina- tion may be of species other than blue geese, provided a person may possess 6 blue geese if he has no other kinds of geese, including brant. Rails and gallinules (except sora and coot).- Fifteen in the aggregate of all kinds, and any person at any one time may possess not more than 15 in the aggregate of all kinds.