2016 Florida Statutes
Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
Powers, duties, and authority of commission; rules, regulations, and orders.
Headquarters of commission.
Duties of executive director.
Right to hunt and fish.
Harassment of hunters, trappers, or fishers.
Administration of commission grant programs.
Administrative Trust Fund.
Dedicated License Trust Fund.
Federal Grants Trust Fund.
Florida Panther Research and Management Trust Fund.
Grants and Donations Trust Fund.
Lifetime Fish and Wildlife Trust Fund.
Marine Resources Conservation Trust Fund; purposes.
Nongame Wildlife Trust Fund.
State Game Trust Fund.
Land Acquisition Trust Fund.
Save the Manatee Trust Fund.
Invasive Plant Control Trust Fund.
Deposit of license fees; allocation of federal funds.
Expenditure of funds.
Disposition of fines, penalties, and forfeitures.
Management area permit revenues.
Acquisition of state game lands.
Control and management of state game lands.
Preserves, refuges, etc., not tax-exempt.
Everglades recreational sites; definitions.
Citizen support organizations; use of state property; audit.
Memorandum of agreement relating to Fish and Wildlife Research Institute.
Agreements with Federal Government for the preservation of saltwater fisheries; authority of commission.
Compacts and agreements; generally.
Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Compact; implementing legislation.
Gulf States Marine Fisheries Compact; implementing legislation.
Wildlife Violator Compact Act.
Compact licensing and enforcement authority; administrative review.
Cooperative agreements with United States Forest Service; penalty.
Assent to provisions of Act of Congress of September 2, 1937.
Assent to federal acts.
Florida Territorial Waters Act; alien-owned commercial fishing vessels; prohibited acts; enforcement.
Harmful-Algal-Bloom Task Force.
Harmful-algal-bloom program; implementation; goals; funding.
Jim Woodruff Dam; reciprocity agreements.
St. Marys River; reciprocity agreements.
Endangered and Threatened Species Act.
Endangered and Threatened Species Reward Program.
Airport activities within the scope of a federally approved wildlife hazard management plan or a federal or state permit or other authorization for depredation or harassment.
Federal conservation of fish and wildlife; limited jurisdiction.
Regulation of nonnative animals.
Release of balloons.
Publications by the commission.
Private publication agreements; advertising; costs of production.
Land-based commercial and recreational fishing activities; legislative findings and purpose; definitions; legal protection; local ordinances; prohibited activity.
State employment; priority consideration for qualified displaced employees of the saltwater fishing industry.
Retention, destruction, and reproduction of commission records.
Courts of equity may enjoin.