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General Title
Fish and Wildlife, General:

1. Fish and Wildlife Service.
2. Fish and Wildlife Coordination.-
3. Recreational use of fish and wildlife areas administered by the Secretary of

the Interior..
4. General criminal provisions relating to fish and wildlife-
5. Importation of wild mammals and birds--
6. Studies of wildlife in national forests.-

7. Wildlife control program. Wildlife Conservation and Development:

1. Protection of bald and golden eagles
2. Endangered species of fish and wildlife-
3. Management of seals in Alaska..
4. Killing of Alaska sea lions..
5. Administration of national wildlife refuge system.
6. Wildlife restoration projects----
7. Fish and wildlife conservation on military reservations.--
8. Responsibilities of Secretary of Agriculture: Transfer to Secretary of Agri-

culture of regulation of domestic fur-bearing animals.-
9. Game and wildlife preserves -
10. Protection of migratory game and insectivorous birds.
11. Upper Mississippi River wild life and fish refuge..
12. Estuarine Areas..
13. Predatory mammal control program.
14. Land conservation and utilization by the Secretary Agriculture to protect

fish and wildlife. 15. Waterfowl depredations prevention. 16. Surplus grain for wildlife 17. Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge18. Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge. 19. Crab Orchard National Wildlife Refuge20. Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge 21. Klamath Forest National Wildlife Refuge22. Okefenokee National Wildlife . Refuge-

23. Parker River National Wildlife Refuge--Oceanography Legislation:

1. Coast and Geodetic Survey-
2. Coast Guard research..
3. Oceanographic research vessels.-
4. Marine Resources and Engineering Development Act of 1966-
5. National sea grant colleges
6. Environmental Services Administration, Department of Commerce-
7. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
8. Submerged lands--

9. Marine Biological and Oceanographic Research Laboratory at LaJolla, Calif. Legislation Implementing International Agreements:

1. Fur Seal Act of 1966.. 2. Great Lakes Fisheries Act of 1956. 3. Migratory Bird Treaty Act.--. 4. North Pacific Fisheries Act of 1954. 5. Northern Pacific Halibut Act of 19376. Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Act of 1950.7. Oil Pollution Act of 1961.. 8. Sockeye Salmon or Pink Salmon Fishing Act of 19479. Tuna Conventions Act of 1950.10. Whaling Convention Act of 1949. 11. International regulations for preventing collisions at sea..

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Fish and Fishery Resources:

1. Preservation of fishery resources.
2. Fish restoration and management projects..
3. Fish research and experimentation program.
4. Fish protein concentrate study--
5. State commercial fisheries research and development projects.
6. Interstate compacts.-

a. Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Compact Act of May 4, 1942-
b. Great Lakes Basin compact..
c. Gulf States marine fisheries compact.
d. Pacific marine fisheries compact..

e. Potomac River compact of 1958.
7. Regulation of sponge industry--
8. Regulation of interstate transportation of black bass and other fish.
9. Predatory Sea Lampreys in the Great Lakes..
10. Control of jellyfish.
11. Control of starfish..
12. Importation of certain mollusks..
13. National Fisheries Center and Aquarium.-

14. Admission of investigators to Marine Biological Station, Sarasota, Fla-Fishing Vessels and Fishing:

1. General definition of "vessel”.
2. Admiralty and maritime jurisdiction.
3. Regulation of fishing voyages.
4. Registration of vessels.
5. Licensing of fishing vessels..
6. Construction assistance for fishing vessels -
7. Federal ship mortgage insurance -
8. Use of surplus agricultural commodities
9. Purchase and distribution of surplus fishery products.
10. Loans to fish farmers...
11. Fishermen's cooperative associations..
12. Medical care for seamen.
13. Attachment of fishermen's wages...
14. Exemption from customs duties of supplies for certain vessels-
15. Increase of duty on importation of fish.
16. Departure of vessels during a war..
17. Inapplicability to fishing contests of prohibitions on transportation and

mailing of lottery tickets, and on broadcasting lottery information..
18. Great Lakes fishing steamers-persons in addition to crew.--
19. Exemption of fishing vessels from laws governing inspection of steam vessels.
20. Exemption of vessels engaged in fishing as a regular business from certain

inspections. 21. Exemption of fishing vessels from requirement that pursers, surgeons, and

nurses be registered.22. Transportation of catch of other fishing vessels. 23. Fishing vessels of Alaska, Oregon, and Washington carrying flammable

cargo.. 24. Duty of fishing vessels to keep nets from cables25. Load lines for vessels engaged in coastwise trade-26. Corporation as "citizen" for purposes of operating U.S. fishing vessels.. 27. Fisheries zone contiguous to territorial sea of the United States.28. Prohibition of foreign fishing vessels in the territorial waters of the United

States.. 29. Retaliation against foreign countries suspending or denying privileges to

U.S. vessels.. 30. Privileges of vessels of the United States employed in fisheries; landing of

catch by foreign-flag vessels; landing of foreign vessels in Virgin Islands;

enrollment 31. Fishing vessels touching and trading at foreign ports32. Seizure of vessels of the United States by foreign countries 33. Exclusion from foreign aid of countries seizing U.S. fishing vessels..

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34. Exemption of fishermen from Fair Labor Standards Act....

35. Sections of Internal Revenue laws expressly related to fishermen or vessels.General Water Resource Legislation Related to Fish and Wildlife:

1. Federal license of water resource projects; fishways.
2. Fish and wildlife conservation at small watershed projects.
3. Small reclamation projects.
4. Federal Water Project Recreation Act..
5. Federal assistance, resource conservation and development projects.
6. Conservation facilities at water resource projects of the Corps of Engineers..
7. Wildlife conservation at water resource projects of the Secretary of the Army-
8. Fishways at rivers and harbor projects..
9. Water Bank Act...
10. Control of obnoxious plants in navigable waters.
11. Statutes Relating to Specific Reservoirs under jurisdiction of the Secretary

of the Army:

a. Reservoirs in Mississippi.
b. Demopolis Lock and Dam project.

c. Jim Woodruff Reservoir, Florida and Georgia -
Water Resource Projects Constructed by the Secretary of the Interior:

1. Baker reclamation project, Oregon.2. Cent Valley project, California... 3. Colorado River Storage Project Act. 4. Columbia Basin project. 5. Crooked River project, Oregon 6. Fryingpan-Arkansas project, Colorado. 7. Little Wood River project, Idaho8. Washoe project, Nevada-California. 9. Auburn-Folsom south unit, Central Valley project, California 10. Southern Nevada project, Nevada--11. Oroville-Tonasket unit, Chief Joseph Dam, Washington 12. Tualatin project, Oregon.. 13. Auburn-Folsom unit, Central Valley project, California14. Missouri River Basin project, South Dakota 15. Mountain Park project, Oklahoma.. 16. Colorado River Basin project.. 17. Palmetto Bend project, Texas18. Merlin division, Rogue River Basin project, Oregon. 19. Touchet division, Walla Walla project, Oregon-Washington.20. Garrison diversion unit, Missouri River Basin project, North Dakota-South

Dakota 21. Mid-State Division, Missouri River Basin Project, Nebraska.22. Pecos River Basin..

23. Trinity River Division, Central Valley project, Calif.. Other Legislation Related to Fish and Wildlife:

1. Intergovernmental coordination.
2. Highway beautification ---
3. Preserve wildlife refuges and maintenance of natural beauty on lands

traversed by highway projects -
4. Related highway legislation --
5. Land and Water Conservation Fund Act..
6. National trails system..
7. Wild and Scenic Rivers Act..
8. Environmental Education Act.
9. Water Resources Planning Act.
10. Soil information assistance for community planning and resource devel-

opment. 11. Forestry research programs 12. Multiple-Use Sustained Yield Act of 1960.13. Wilderness Act.---. 14. Grants for basic research.

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