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File #: CNCA-29    Version: Name: TITLE 29 - GAME AND FISH
Type: Cherokee Nation Code Status: Passed
File created: 1/1/2014 In control: TRIBAL COUNCIL
On agenda: N/A Final action: N/A
Enactment date: N/A Enactment #: N/A
Title: TITLE 29 GAME AND FISH (INCLUDES 2016 POCKET PART)
Sponsors: N/A
Indexes: CNCA, Code, Fishing, Hunting
Code sections: Title 29 - Game and Fish
Attachments: 1. TITLE 29 - Game and Fish.pdf, 2. TITLE 29 GAME AND FISH POCKET PART 2016.PDF
Related files: 15-054, 21-006
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Title
TITLE 29 GAME AND FISH (INCLUDES 2016 POCKET PART)
Body
1. Hunting and Fishing Compact Act
Oklahoma Statutes
Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Code, see 29 O.S. § 1-101 et seq.


CHAPTER 1 HUNTING AND FISHING
Section
101. Short title
102. Legislative intent and purpose
103. Adoption by reference-Laws of adjacent states and nations
104. Modification of laws adopted by reference
105. Requirements of the state
106. License requirements
107. Registration-Checkpoints
108. Rules
109. Management plans
110. Permission to enter lands and general requirements
111. Violations
112. Enforcement and field citations
113. Appeals and authority of District Court
§ 101. Short title
This act shall be known and may be cited as the Cherokee Nation Hunting and Fishing Code and is hereinafter referred to as ‘‘the Hunting and Fishing Code’’ or ‘‘this Code’’.


Source. LA 36-06, eff. January 7, 2007.
History
Fish O8.
Westlaw Topic Nos. 176, 187.
C.J.S. Fish §§ 24 to 26.
Library References
C.J.S. Game; Conservation and Preservation of Wildlife §§ 5 to 6, 9 to 24, 27 to 37, 39 to 40, 44 to 49, 51, 54, 58.
§ 102. Legislative intent and purpose
A. The purpose of this act is to establish a regulatory scheme for hunting and fishing on tribal trust lands and restricted lands, in Indian country and in all other areas, lands and waters subject to the Nation’s jurisdiction pursuant to treaty, federal laws, inherent sovereign authority, compact, cross-deputization agreement or other authority.
B. It is the intent of the Council to confirm and assert the Nation’s sovereign rights to establish a regulatory scheme under which Cherokee citi-

28 CNCA § 102
GAME & FISH

zens may exercise, within areas subject to the Nation’s jurisdiction, those communal rights to hunt and fish which were included as part and parcel of the rights conveyed by treaty and patent, and which rights have not ever been conveyed, relinquished, or extinguished by any subsequent treaty or agreement.
History
Source. LA 36-06...

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