Title 50 published on 2012-10-01
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§ 703 - Taking, killing, or possessing migratory birds unlawful
§ 704 - Determination as to when and how migratory birds may be taken, killed, or possessed
§ 705 - Transportation or importation of migratory birds; when unlawful
§ 706 - Arrests; search warrants
§ 707 - Violations and penalties; forfeitures
§ 708 - State or Territorial laws or regulations
§ 709 - Omitted
§ 709a - Authorization of appropriations
§ 710 - Partial invalidity; short title
§ 711 - Breeding and sale for food supply
§ 712 - Treaty and convention implementing regulations; seasonal taking of migratory birds for essential needs of indigenous Alaskans to preserve and maintain stocks of the birds; protection and conservation of the birds
§ 742a - Declaration of policy
§ 742b - United States Fish and Wildlife Service
16 USC § 742b–1 - Assistant Director for Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration Programs
§ 742c - Loans for financing or refinancing of cost of purchasing, constructing, equipping, maintaining, repairing, or operating commercial fishing vessels or gear
16 USC § 742c–1 - Investment in obligations of the United States; proceeds to be used for fisheries
§ 742d - Investigations; preparation and dissemination of information; reports
16 USC § 742d–1 - Studies of effects in use of chemicals
§ 742e - Transfer of functions to Secretary
§ 742f - Powers of Secretaries of the Interior and Commerce
16 USC § 742f–1 - National Volunteer Coordination Program
§ 742g - Cooperation with State Department
§ 742h - Reports on fishery products
§ 742i - Effect on rights of States and international commissions
§ 742j - Authorization of appropriations
113 Stat. 1491
The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 50 CFR 20 after this date.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (hereinafter the Service or we) proposes to establish annual hunting regulations for certain migratory game birds for the 2013-14 hunting season. We annually prescribe outside limits (frameworks) within which States may select hunting seasons. This proposed rule provides the regulatory schedule, describes the proposed regulatory alternatives for the 2013-14 duck hunting seasons, requests proposals from Indian tribes that wish to establish special migratory game bird hunting regulations on Federal Indian reservations and ceded lands, and requests proposals for the 2015 spring and summer migratory bird subsistence season in Alaska. Migratory game bird hunting seasons provide opportunities for recreation and sustenance; aid Federal, State, and tribal governments in the management of migratory game birds; and permit harvests at levels compatible with migratory game bird population status and habitat conditions.
We, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, propose to revise our regulations regarding the approval of nontoxic shot types to make the regulations easier to understand. The language governing determination of Expected Environmental Concentrations (EECs) in terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems is altered to make clear the shot size and number of shot to be used in calculating the EECs. We propose to specify the pH levels to be used in calculating the EEC in water. We also propose to move the requirement for in vitro testing to Tier 1, which will allow us to better assess applications and minimize the need for Tier 2 applications. We propose to add language for withdrawal of alloys that have been demonstrated to have detrimental environmental or biological effects, or for which no suitable field-testing device is available. We expect these changes to reduce the time required for nontoxic shot approvals. Finally, we propose to charge fees to cover our costs in evaluating these applications.