PROCLAMATIONS-JULY 14, 1942 Sora.- Fi fteen, and any person at any one time may possess not more than 15. Coot.- Twenty-five, and any person at any one time may possess not more than 25. Woodcock. - Four, and any person at any one time may possess not more than 8. Mourning or turtle dove and white-winged dove.-Ten in the aggregate of both kinds, and any person at any one time may possess not more than 10 in the aggregate of both kinds. Band-tailed pigeon. -Ten, and any person at any one time may possess not more than 10. The possession limits hereinbefore prescribed shall apply as well to ducks, geese, brant, rails, including coot and gallinules, wood- cocks, mourning or turtle doves, white-winged doves, and band- tailed pigeons taken in Canada, Mexico, or other foreign country and brought into the United States, as to those taken in the United States. Regulation 6, "Shipment, Transportation, and Possession of Cer- tain Migratory Game Birds," is amended to read as follows: REGULATION 6.-SHIPMENT, TRANSPORTATION, AND POSSESSION OF CERTAIN MIGRATORY GAME BIRDS Migratory game birds of a species on which open seasons are pre- scribed by regulation 4 of these regulations, legally taken, and parts thereof, may be transported in or out of Alaska, subject to regula- tions under The Alaska Game Law (43 Stat. 739), as amended, Puerto Rico, or the State where taken, during the respective open seasons in Alaska, Puerto Rico, or in that State. Such birds when legally taken in and exported from Canada or Mexico, and if from Mexico when they are accompanied by a Mexican export permit, may be trans- ported into the United States during the open seasons where killed. Not more than the number of such birds permitted by regulation 5 of these regulations to be taken by one person in one day, or in 2 days in the case of woodcock and ducks (except wood ducks), nor more than 6 geese, including brant, in the aggregate of all kinds of which not more than 4 in any combination may be species other than blue geese shall be transported by any one person in 1 calendar week out of Alaska, Puerto Rico, or the State where taken or from Canada or Mexico into the United States. No such birds, or parts thereof, shall be transported from any State, Alaska, Puerto Rico, or the District of Columbia to or through another State, Alaska, Puerto Rico, or the District of Columbia, or to or through Canada or Mexico, contrary to the laws of the place in which they were taken or from, to, or through which they were trans- ported; nor shall any such birds be imported into the United States from Canada or Mexico contrary to the laws of the place in which they were taken or from, to, or through which they were transported. Any such birds or parts thereof in transit during the open season may continue in transit such additional time immediately succeeding such open season, not to exceed 5 days, necessary to deliver the same to their destination, and may be possessed in any State, Alaska, Puerto Rico, or District during the period constituting the open season where taken, and for an additional period of 30 days next succeeding said open season. Any package in which such birds or parts thereof are transported shall have the name and address of the shipper and of the consignee and an accurate statement of the numbers and kinds of birds or parts thereof contained therein clearly and conspicuously marked on the outside thereof. 55 Stat. 1666. 16U. S. C., Supp. I, § 704 note. Ante, p. 1966. 48U.S.C.I§191- 211. Ante, p. 1968. Birds imported from Canada or Mex- ico. 1969 56 STAT.