Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 50 Part 2.djvu/964

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the State where taken or from Canada or Mexico into the United States; 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, Territory, or District during the period constituting the open season where taken, and for an additional period of 10 days next succeeding said open season; and 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; but no such birds or parts thereof shall be transported from any State or Territory, or the District of Columbia, to or through another State or Territory, or the District of Columbia, or to or through Canada or Mexico contrary to the laws of the State or Territory, or the District of Columbia in which they were taken or from which they are transported; nor shall any such birds or parts thereof be transported into any State or Territory, or the District of Columbia from another State or Territory, or the District of Columbia, or from Canada or Mexico, or from any State or Territory, or the District of Columbia into any Province of the Dominion of Canada or into Mexico at a time when any such State, Territory, District, or Province, or Mexico, into which they are transported, prohibits the possession or transportation thereof. importations other Migratory game birds imported from countries other than Canada Meico.anand and Mexico. -Migratory game birds of a species for which open seasons Ante, p. 186. are prescribed by regulation 4 of these regulations, legally taken in and exported from a foreign country (other than Canada and Mexico, for which provision is hereinbefore made), may be transported to and possessed in any State or Territory, during the open season prescribed by said regulation 4 in such State or Territory for that species and for a period of 10 days immediately succeeding such open season, and in the District of Columbia during the open season so prescribed for Mary- land and 10 days thereafter, in numbers in any 1 calendar week not exceeding those permitted to be taken in 1 day by regulation 5 of these regulations, if transportation and possession of such birds is not pro- hibited by the laws of such State, Territory, or District and if trans- ported in packages marked as hereinbefore provided. Taking of certain birds by Eskimos and Indians n Alaska. Permits to propa- gate migratory water- owl. Regulation 7. -TAKING OF CERTAIN MIGRATORY NON- GAME BIRDS BY ESKIMOS AND INDIANS IN ALASKA In Alaska Eskimos and Indians may take, in any manner and at any time, and may possess and transport, auks, auklets, guillemots, murres, and puffins and their eggs and skins for the use of themselves and their immediate families for food and clothing. Regulation 8.- P E RM ITS TO PROPAGATE MIGRATORY WATERFOWL 1. A person in possession of a valid, subsisting permit issued to him by a State, on its part, authorizing him to take therein migratory waterfowl or their eggs for propagating purposes, may take such birds or their eggs in such State for such purposes when authorized by a permit issued to him by the Secretary, which permit may limit the species and numbers of birds or eggs that may be taken and the period during which and the locality where they may be taken. Both permits shall be carried on the person of the permittee when he is 1850 PROCLAMATIONS, 1937