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      RS 56:674     


§674.  Reciprocal agreement; common boundaries; wild quadrupeds or wild birds

The commission may enter into reciprocal agreements with the states of Arkansas, Mississippi, and Texas pertaining to seasons, bag limits, and all other rules and regulations for the taking or protection of any species or sex of wild quadrupeds or wild birds in any area forming the common boundary between Louisiana and the reciprocating state.  Any reciprocal agreement shall become effective when ratified in writing both by the commission and the authorities of the reciprocating state and shall remain in effect until ninety days after it has been rescinded in writing by either the commission or the authorities of the reciprocating state.  

Added by Acts 1968, No. 239, §1.  Acts 1984, No. 843, §1.  

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