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Fish and Wildlife Service (16 USC Ch. 9, §§741-754e).

États-Unis d'Amérique
Type du document
1956 (2018)
Pêche, Espèces sauvages et écosystèmes
Mot clé
Produits de la pêche Gestion et conservation des pêches Autorisation de pêche Redevances de pêche Navire de pêche Pêche continentale Inspection Haute mer Autorisation/permis Commerce/industrie/sociétés Renforcement des capacités Certification Contrat/accord Institution Commerce intérieur Pêche maritime Poissons marins Monitorage Politique/planification Questions de procédures Recherche Royalties/redevances Extension agricole Développement agricole Préservation de l'écosystème Éducation Espèces menacées Droit pour l'autorisation/permis de chasse Gestion/conservation Protection des espèces Faune sauvage Flore sauvage
Aire géographique
Amériques, Arctique, Pacifique du Est, Amérique du Nord, Atlantique Nord

This chapter lays down rules and regulations regarding fish and wildlife service. The Congress has declared that the fish, shellfish, and wildlife resources make a material contribution to the national economy and food supply, as well as a material contribution to the health, recreation, and well-being of the citizens and therefore, the fishing industry, in its several branches, can prosper and fulfill its proper function in national life only if certain fundamental needs are satisfied. Among these needs are: (1) Freedom of enterprise—freedom to develop new areas, methods, products, and markets in accordance with sound economic principles, as well as freedom from unnecessary administrative or legal restrictions that unreasonably conflict with or ignore economic needs; (2) Protection of opportunity—maintenance of an economic atmosphere in which domestic production and processing can prosper; protection from subsidized competing products; protection of opportunity to fish on the high seas in accordance with international law; (3) Assistance—assistance consistent with that provided by the Government for industry generally, such as is involved in promoting good industrial relations, fair trade standards, harmonious labor relations, better health standards and sanitation; and including, but not limited to— (a) services to provide current information on production and trade, market promotion and development, and an extension service, (b) research services for economic and technologic development and resource conservation, and (c) resource management to assure the maximum sustainable production for the fisheries. The Congress further declares that the provisions of this Act are necessary in order to accomplish the objective of proper resource development, and that this Act shall be administered with due regard to the inherent right of every citizen and resident of the United States to engage in fishing for his own pleasure, enjoyment, and betterment, and with the intent of maintaining and increasing the public opportunities for recreational use of our fish and wildlife resources, and stimulating the development of a strong, prosperous, and thriving fishery and fish processing industry.

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50 CFR § 10.1 - 10.22 - Taking, Possession, transportation, Sale, Purchase, Barter, Exportation, and Importation of Wildlife and Plants - General provisions.

Législation | États-Unis d'Amérique | 1973 (1988)

Mot clé: Autorisation/permis, Oiseaux, Espèces menacées, Commerce intérieur, Commerce international, Mammifères marins, Espèces migratoires, Protection des espèces, Recherche, Commerce d'espèces, Faune sauvage, Flore sauvage


50 CFR § 19.1 - 19.32 - Taking, Possession, transportation, Sale, Purchase, Barter, Exportation, and Importation of Wildlife and Plants - Airborne Hunting.

Législation | États-Unis d'Amérique | 1974 (2022)

Mot clé: Autorisation/permis, Chasse/capture, Mise en application, Gestion/conservation, Préservation de l'écosystème, Protection de l'habitat, Protection des espèces, Animal dangereux/animal nocif, Gibier