Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 50 Part 2.djvu/959

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1845 PROCLAMATIONS, 1937 importation of certain live mammals injurious to the interests of agriculture and horticulture, have determined when, to what extent, and by what means it is compatible with the terms of said Conventions and Act to allow hunting, taking, capture, killing, possession, sale, purchase, shipment, transportation, carriage, exportation and im- portation of such birds and parts thereof and their nests and eggs, and exportation and importation of such mammals to and from Mexico, and, in accordance with such determinations, do hereby adopt the following regulations as suitable regulations permitting and governing hunting, taking, capture, killing, possession, sale, purchase, shipment, transportation, carriage, exportation and importation of said migratory birds and parts, nests, and eggs thereof, and the exportation and im- portation of game mammals, parts, and products thereof to and from Mexico: Regulation 1.-D EFINITIONS OF MIGRATORY BIRDS AND GAME MAMMALS Migratory birds included in the terms of the conventions between Definitions. the United States and Great Britain for the protection of migratory birds, and between the United States and United Mexican States for the protection of migratory birds and game mammals, concluded, respectively, August 16, 1916 and February 7, 1936, are as follows: 1. Migratory game birds: bigrst or y game (a) Anatidae, or waterfowl, including brant, wild ducks, geese, and swans. (b) Gruidae, or cranes, including little brown, sandhill, and whoop- ing cranes. (c) Rallidae, or rails, including coots, gallinules, and sora and other rails. (d) Limicolae (Charadrii), or shore birds, including avocets, cur- lews, dowitchers, godwits, knots, oyster-catchers, phalaropes, plovers, sandpipers, snipe, stilts, surf birds, turn-stones, willet, woodcock, and yellowlegs. (e) Columbidae, or pigeons, including doves and wild pigeons. 2. Migratory insectivorous and other migratory nongame birds: oMlgratye, ctiv-n Cuckoos, flickers and other woodpeckers; nighthawks, or bullbats, gme birds. chuck-wills-widows, poor-wills, and whip-poor-wills; swifts; humming- birds; kingbirds, phoebes, and other flycatchers; hored larks; bobo- links, cowbirds, blackbirds, grackles, meadowlarks, and orioles- grosbeaks, finches, sparrows, and buntings; tanagers; martins and other swallows; waxwings; phainopeplas; shrikes; vireos; warblers; pipits; catbirds, mockingbirds, and thrashers; wrens; brown creepers; nuthatches; chickadees and titmice; kinglets and gnatcatchers; robins and other thrushes; all other perching birds which feed entirely or chiefly on insects; and auks, auklets, bitterns, fulmars, gannets, grebes, guillemots, gulls, herons, jaegers, loons, murres, petrels, puffins, shearwaters, and terns. Game mammals under the terms of the aforesaid convention be- Gamemanmals. tween the United States and the United Mexican States include: Antelope, mountain sheep, deer, bears, peccaries, squirrels, rabbits, and hares. Regulation 2.- D E FI N I T IONS OF TERMS. For the purposes of these regulations the following terms shall be Termsdefned construed, respectively, to mean and to include- Secretary.- The Secretary of Agriculture of the United States. Chief of the Bureau. -The Chief of the Bureau of Biological Survey, United States Department of Agriculture.