Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission's Statutes, Rules and Laws
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Published in conjunction with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, this important resource features the statutes and Administrative Code material relating to hunting, fishing, trapping and boat and water safety in Florida.
The handbook also includes the Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act, as well as special acts of local application.
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Table of contents
Constitution of the State of Florida
Art. II General Provisions
Art. IV Executive
Art. X Miscellaneous
Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act
(Selected Chapters and Sections)
Title XVIII – Public Lands and Property
Title XIX – Public Business
Title XXIV – Vessels
Title XXVIII – Natural Resources; Conservation, Reclamation, and Use
Title XXIX – Public Health
Title XXXV – Agriculture, Horticulture, and Animal Industry
Title XL – Real and Personal Property
Title XLVI – Crimes
FLORIDA ADMINISTRATIVE CODE
(Selected Chapters and Sections)
Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
68A Freshwater Fish and Wildlife
68A-1 General: Ownership, Short Title, Severability and Definitions
68A-2 Organization, Practice, Procedure and Policies
68A-3 Wildlife Officers: Appointment, Powers and Duties
68A-4 General Prohibitions and Requirements
68A-5 Licenses and Permits: Issuance and Revocation
68A-6 Wildlife as Personal Pets
68A-9 Miscellaneous Permits
68A-10 Commercial Licenses
68A-11 Boats and Vehicles
68A-12 Rules Relating to Game
68A-13 General Hunting Regulations
68A-14 Establishment Orders for Designated Areas
68A-15 Type I Wildlife Management Areas
68A-16 Rules Relating to Birds
68A-17 Wildlife and Environmental Areas
68A-18 Wildlife Refuges
68A-19 Bird Sanctuaries or Colonial Nesting Sites
68A-20 Fish Management Areas
68A-21 Wild Hog Areas
68A-22 Miscellaneous Areas
68A-23 Rules Relating to Freshwater Fish
68A-24 Rules Relating to Fur-Bearing Animals and Possession of Hides
68A-25 Rules Relating to Reptiles
68A-26 Rules Relating to Amphibians
68A-27 Rules Relating to Endangered or Threatened Species
68A-30 Indexing, Management and Availability of Final Orders
68A-31 Shooting Ranges
68B Marine Fisheries
68D Vessel Registration and Boating Safety
68E Marine Resources
Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
Division of Motor Vehicles
Department of Environmental Protection
Special Acts of Local Application