During the open season for the hunting of game birds, as declared by the director
in regulations adopted pursuant to § 20-1-12, a duly licensed person may take in any one day no more game birds than the bag limit
established for game birds in the regulations. Possession of game birds in the field in excess of the numbers allowed in the bag
limit established for game birds shall be evidence of the taking or killing of them;
a person violating the provisions of this section shall be fined no more than fifty
dollars ($50.00) for each bird in excess of the bag limit.
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