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§ 113-1. Meaning of terms.
§ 113-2. Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 1262, s. 28.
§ 113-3. Duties of the Department.
§§ 113-4 through 113-7. Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 1262, s. 28.
§ 113-8. Powers and duties of the Department.
§ 113-8.01. Pollution Prevention Pays Programs.
§ 113-8.1. Repealed by Session Laws 1959, c. 779, s. 3.
§§ 113-9 through 113-13. Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 1262, s. 28.
§ 113-14. Recodified as § 143B-435 by Session Laws 1977, c. 198, s. 26.
§ 113-14.1. Promotion of seashore industry and recreation.
§ 113-14.2. Repealed by Session Laws 1971, c. 882, s. 8.
§ 113-14.3. Publications.
§ 113-15. Recodified as § 143B-436 by Session Laws 1977, c. 198, s. 26.
§ 113-15.1. Repealed by Session Laws 1969, c. 1145, s. 4.
§ 113-15.2. Recodified as § 143B-437 by Session Laws 1977, c. 198, s. 26.
§ 113-16. Cooperation with agencies of the federal government.
§ 113-17. Agreements, negotiations and conferences with federal government.
§ 113-18. Department authorized to receive funds from Federal Power Commission.
§ 113-19. Cooperation with other State departments.
§ 113-20. Cooperation with counties and municipal corporations.
§ 113-21. Cooperation of counties with State in making water resource survey.
§ 113-22. Control of State forests.
§ 113-23. Control of Mount Mitchell Park and other parks in the North Carolina State Parks System.
§ 113-24. Repealed by Session Laws 1979, c. 830, s. 5.
§ 113-25. Notice to Department before beginning business of manufacturing products from mineral resources of State.
§ 113-26. Repealed by Session Laws 1959, c. 683, s. 6.
§ 113-26.1. Bureau of Mines; mineral museum.
§ 113-27. Repealed by Session Laws 1959, c. 779, s. 3.
§ 113-28. Reimbursement of government for expense of emergency conservation work.
§ 113-28.1. Designated employees commissioned special peace officers by Governor.
§ 113-28.2. Powers of arrest.
§ 113-28.2A. Cooperation between law enforcement agencies.
§ 113-28.3: Repealed by Session Laws 1989, c. 485, s. 1.
§ 113-28.4. Oaths required.
§§ 113-28.5 through 113-28.12. Recodified as §§ 63-65 to 63-72 by Session Laws 1979, c. 148, s. 5.
§§ 113-28.13 through 113-28.20: Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 1262, s. 86.
§§ 113-28.21 through 113-28.26: Recodified as §§ 108B-21 through 108B-26 by Session Laws 1989 (Reg. Sess., 1990), c. 1004, s. 34 (c).
§ 113-29. Policy and plan to be inaugurated by Department of Environment and Natural Resources.
§ 113-29.1. Growing of timber on unused State lands authorized.
§ 113-30. Use of lands acquired by counties through tax foreclosures as demonstration forests.
§ 113-31. Procedure for acquisition of delinquent tax lands from counties.
§ 113-32. Purchase of lands for use as demonstration forests.
§ 113-33. Forest management appropriation.
§ 113-34. Power to acquire lands as State forests, parks, and other recreational areas; donations or leases by United States; leases for recreational purposes.
§ 113-34.1. Power to acquire conservation lands not included in the State Parks System.
§ 113-35. State timber may be sold by Department; forest nurseries; control over parks; operation of public service facilities; concessions to private concerns; authority to charge fees and adopt rule
§ 113-35.1: Repealed by Session Laws 2009-484, s. 5, effective August 26, 2009.
§ 113-36. Applications of proceeds from sale of products.
§ 113-37. Legislative authority necessary for payment.
§ 113-38. Distribution of funds from sale of forestlands.
§ 113-39. License fees for hunting and fishing on government-owned property unaffected.
§ 113-40. Donations of property for forestry or park purposes; agreements with federal government or agencies for acquisition.
§ 113-41. Expenditure of funds for development, etc.; disposition of products from lands; rules.
§ 113-42. Disposition of revenues received from lands acquired.
§ 113-43. State not obligated for debts created hereunder.
§ 113-44. Disposition of lands acquired.
§§ 113-44.1 through 113-44.2. Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 1262, s. 28.
§§ 113-44.3 through 113-44.6: Repealed by Session Laws 1995 (Reg. Sess., 1996), c. 653, s. 4.
§ 113-44.7. Short title.
§ 113-44.8. Declaration of policy and purpose.
§ 113-44.9. Definitions.
§ 113-44.10. Powers of the Secretary.
§ 113-44.11. Preparation of a System Plan.
§ 113-44.12. Classification of parks resources.
§ 113-44.13. General management plans.
§ 113-44.14. Additions to and deletions from the State Parks System.
§ 113-44.15. Parks and Recreation Trust Fund.
§§ 113-45 through 113-50: Repealed by Session Laws 1975, c. 253.
§ 113-51. Powers of Department of Environment and Natural Resources.
§ 113-52. Forest rangers.
§ 113-53. Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 1262, s. 28.
§ 113-53.1. Forest laws defined.
§ 113-54. Duties of forest rangers; payment of expenses by State and counties.
§ 113-55. Powers of forest rangers to prevent and extinguish fires; authority to issue citations and warning tickets.
§ 113-55.1. Powers of forest law-enforcement officers.
§ 113-55.2. Warning tickets for violations of the forest laws.
§ 113-56. Compensation of forest rangers.
§ 113-56.1. Overtime compensation for forest fire fighting.
§ 113-57. Woodland defined.
§ 113-58. Misdemeanor to destroy posted forestry notice.
§ 113-59. Cooperation between counties and State in forest protection and development.
§ 113-60. Instructions on forest preservation and development.
§ 113-60.1. Authority of Governor to close forests and woodlands to hunting, fishing and trapping.
§ 113-60.2. Publication of proclamation; annulment thereof.
§ 113-60.3. Violation of proclamation a misdemeanor.
§ 113-60.4. Purpose and intent.
§ 113-60.5. Authority of the Department.
§ 113-60.6. Definitions.
§ 113-60.7. Action against insects and diseases.
§ 113-60.8. Authority of Secretary and his agents to go upon private land within control zones.
§ 113-60.9. Cooperative agreements.
§ 113-60.10. Annulment of control zone.
§ 113-60.11. Execution of Compact authorized; terms of Compact.
§ 113-60.12. When Compact to become effective; authority of Governor.
§ 113-60.13. Assent of legislature to mutual aid provisions of other compacts.
§ 113-60.14. Compact Administrator; North Carolina members of advisory committee.
§ 113-60.15. Agreements with noncompact states.
§§ 113-60.16 through 113-60.20. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 113-60.21. Purpose and findings.
§ 113-60.22. Definitions.
§ 113-60.23. High hazard counties; permits required; standards.
§ 113-60.24. Open burning in non-high hazard counties; permits required; standards.
§ 113-60.25. Open burning prohibited statewide.
§ 113-60.26. Permit conditions.
§ 113-60.27. Permit suspension and cancellation.
§ 113-60.28. Control of existing fires.
§ 113-60.29. Penalties.
§ 113-60.30. Effect on other laws.
§ 113-60.31. Exempt fires; no permit fees.
§ 113-60.32. Definitions.
§ 113-60.33. Standby duty.
§§ 113-60.34 through 113-60.39. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 113-60.40. Legislative findings.
§ 113-60.41. Definitions.
§ 113-60.42. Immunity from liability.
§ 113-60.43. Prescribed burning.
§ 113-60.44. Adoption of rules.
§ 113-60.45. Exemption.
§ 113-61. Private limited dividend corporations may be formed.
§ 113-62. Manner of organizing.
§ 113-63. Directors.
§ 113-64. Duties of supervision by Secretary of Environment and Natural Resources.
§ 113-65. Powers of Secretary.
§ 113-66. Provision for appeal by corporations to Governor.
§ 113-67. Limitations as to dividends.
§ 113-68. Issuance of securities restricted.
§ 113-69. Limitation on bounties to stockholders.
§ 113-70. Earnings above dividend requirements payable to State.
§ 113-71. Dissolution of corporation.
§ 113-72. Cutting and sale of timber.
§ 113-73. Corporation may not sell or convey without consent of Secretary, or pay higher interest rate than 6%.
§ 113-74. Power to borrow money limited.
§ 113-75. Secretary to approve development of forests.
§ 113-76. Application of corporate income.
§ 113-77. Reorganization of corporations.
§§ 113-77.1 through 113-77.5. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 113-77.6. Definitions.
§ 113-77.7. Natural Heritage Trust Fund.
§ 113-77.8. Natural Heritage Trust Fund Board of Trustees.
§ 113-77.9. Acquisition of lands with funds from the Natural Heritage Trust Fund.
§ 113-78: Repealed by Session Laws 1979, c. 830, s. 1.
§§ 113-79 through 113-81: Repealed by Session Laws 1947, c. 422, ss. 1, 9.
§ 113-81.1. Authority to render scientific forestry services.
§ 113-81.2. Services under direction of Secretary; compensation; when services without charge.
§ 113-81.3. Deposit of receipts with State treasury.
§§ 113-81.4 through 113-81.13: Repealed by Session Laws 1979, c. 830, s. 1.
§§ 113-82 through 113-99: Repealed by Session Laws 1979, c. 830, s. 1.
§ 113-99.1. Recodified as § 113-270.2A.
§§ 113-100 through 113-109. Repealed by Session Laws 1979, c. 830, s. 1.
§§ 113-109.1 through 113-109.5. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§§ 113-109.6 through 113-109.8. Repealed by Session Laws 1979, c. 830, s. 1.
§ 113-110. Repealed by Session Laws 1945, c. 217.
§§ 113-110.1 through 113-112. Repealed by Session Laws 1979, c. 830, s. 1.
§§ 113-113 through 113-113.5: Repealed by Session Laws 1979, c. 830, s. 1.
§§ 113-113.6 through 113-113.19: Repealed by Session Laws 1979, c. 830, s. 1.
§§ 113-113.20 through 113-113.23. Repealed by Session Laws 1979, c. 830, s. 1.
§§ 113-114 through 113-120. Repealed by Session Laws 1979, c. 830, s. 1.
§§ 113-120.1 through 113-120.4. Transferred to §§ 14-159.6 to 14-159.9 by Session Laws 1979, c. 830, s. 11.
§§ 113-120.5 through 113-120.7. Repealed by Session Laws 1980, c. 830, s. 1.
§§ 113-121 through 113-126.1. Repealed by Session Laws 1979, c. 830, s. 1.
§ 113-126.2: Not set out.
§ 113-127. Application of Article.
§ 113-128. Definitions relating to agencies and their powers.
§ 113-129. Definitions relating to resources.
§ 113-130. Definitions relating to activities of public.
§ 113-131. Resources belong to public; stewardship of conservation agencies; grant and delegation of powers; injunctive relief.
§ 113-132. Jurisdiction of fisheries agencies.
§ 113-133. Abolition of local coastal fishing laws.
§ 113-133.1. Limitations upon local regulation of wildlife resources; certain local acts retained.
§ 113-134. Rules.
§ 113-134.1. Jurisdiction over marine fisheries resources in Atlantic Ocean.
§ 113-135. General penalties for violating Subchapter or rules; increased penalty for prior convictions; interpretive provisions.
§ 113-135.1. Limitation upon penalty for offense created by rules of Wildlife Resources Commission in certain instances.
§ 113-136. Enforcement authority of inspectors and protectors; refusal to obey or allow inspection by inspectors and protectors.
§ 113-137. Search on arrest; seizure and confiscation of property; disposition of confiscated property.
§ 113-138. Enforcement jurisdiction of special conservation officers.
§ 113-139. Repealed by Session Laws 1979, c. 830, s. 1.
§ 113-140. Warning tickets.
§§ 113-141 through 113-145. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§§ 113-145.1 through 113-145.8: Recodified as §§ 113A-251 through 113A-259 by Session Laws 2003-340, s. 1.3, effective July 27, 2003.
§§ 113-145.9 through 113-150. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§§ 113-151 through 113-167. Repealed by Session Laws 1997-400, s. 5.4, effective July 1, 1999.
§ 113-168. Definitions.
§ 113-168.1. General provisions governing licenses and endorsements.
§ 113-168.2. Standard Commercial Fishing License.
§ 113-168.3. Retired Standard Commercial Fishing License.
§ 113-168.4. Sale of fish.
§ 113-168.5. License endorsements for Standard Commercial Fishing License.
§ 113-168.6. Commercial fishing vessel registration.
§ 113-169. Menhaden license for nonresidents not eligible for a SCFL.
§ 113-169.1. Permits for gear, equipment, and other specialized activities authorized.
§ 113-169.2. Shellfish license for North Carolina residents without a SCFL.
§ 113-169.3. Licenses for fish dealers.
§ 113-169.4. Licensing of ocean fishing piers; fees.
§ 113-169.5. Land or sell license; vessels fishing beyond territorial waters.
§ 113-170. Exportation and importation of fish and equipment.
§ 113-170.1. Nonresidents reciprocal agreements.
§ 113-170.2. Fraud or deception as to licenses, permits, or records.
§ 113-170.3. Record-keeping requirements.
§ 113-170.4. Rules as to possession, transportation, and disposition of fisheries resources.
§ 113-170.5. Violations with respect to coastal fisheries resources.
§ 113-171. Suspension, revocation, and reissuance of licenses.
§ 113-171.1. Use of spotter planes in commercial fishing operations regulated.
§ 113-172. License agents.
§ 113-173. Recreational Commercial Gear License.
§ 113-174. Definitions.
§ 113-174.1. License required; general provisions governing licenses.
§ 113-174.2. Coastal Recreational Fishing License.
§ 113-174.3. For Hire Blanket CRFL.
§ 113-174.4. Ocean Fishing Pier Blanket CRFL.
§ 113-174.5. Blocks of 10 Ten-Day Coastal Recreational Fishing Licenses.
§ 113-175. Definitions.
§ 113-175.1. North Carolina Marine Resources Fund.
§§ 113-175.2 through 113-175.4: Repealed by Session Laws 2005-455, ss. 2.4 through 2.6, effective January 1, 2006.
§ 113-175.5. North Carolina Marine Resources Endowment Fund.
§ 113-175.6. Report.
§ 113-176. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 113-177. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 113-178. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 113-179. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 113-180. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 113-181. Duties and powers of Department.
§ 113-182. Regulation of fishing and fisheries.
§ 113-182.1. Fishery Management Plans.
§ 113-183. Unlawful possession, transportation and sale of fish.
§ 113-184. Possession and transportation of prohibited oyster equipment.
§ 113-185. Fishing near ocean piers; trash or scrap fishing.
§ 113-186. Measures for fish scrap and oil.
§ 113-187. Penalties for violations of Subchapter and rules.
§ 113-188. Additional restrictions authorized.
§ 113-189. Protection of sea turtles and porpoises.
§ 113-190: Recodified as § 113-200 by Session Laws 1997-400, s. 6.7.
§ 113-191. Unlawful sale or purchase of fish; criminal and civil penalties.
§§ 113-192 through 113-199. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 113-200. Fishery Resource Grant Program.
§ 113-201. Legislative findings and declaration of policy; authority of Marine Fisheries Commission.
§ 113-201.1. Definitions.
§ 113-202. New and renewal leases for shellfish cultivation; termination of leases issued prior to January 1, 1966.
§ 113-202.1. Water column leases for aquaculture.
§ 113-202.2. Water column leases for aquaculture for perpetual franchises.
§ 113-203. Transplanting of oysters and clams.
§ 113-204. Propagation of shellfish.
§ 113-205. Registration of grants in navigable waters; exercise of private fishery rights.
§ 113-206. Chart of grants, leases and fishery rights; overlapping leases and rights; contest or condemnation of claims; damages for taking of property.
§ 113-207. Taking shellfish from certain areas forbidden; penalty.
§ 113-208. Protection of private shellfish rights.
§ 113-209. Taking polluted shellfish at night or with prior conviction forbidden; penalty.
§ 113-210. Under Dock Oyster Culture.
§§ 113-211 through 113-220: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 113-221. Rules.
§ 113-221.1. Proclamations; emergency review.
§ 113-222. Arrest, service of process and witness fees of inspectors.
§ 113-223. Reciprocal agreements by Department generally.
§ 113-224. Cooperative agreements by Department.
§ 113-225. Inspectors not to have financial interest in fisheries.
§ 113-226. Administrative authority of Department; administration of funds; delegation of powers.
§ 113-227. Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 1262, s. 28.
§ 113-228. Adoption of federal regulations.
§ 113-229. Permits to dredge or fill in or about estuarine waters or State-owned lakes.
§ 113-230. Orders to control activities in coastal wetlands.
§§ 113-231 through 113-240. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§§ 113-241 through 113-250. Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 1262, ss. 28, 72.
§ 113-251. Definition of terms.
§ 113-252. Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Compact and Commission.
§ 113-253. Amendment to Compact to establish joint regulation of specific fisheries.
§ 113-254. North Carolina members of Commission.
§ 113-255. Powers of Commission and commissioners.
§ 113-256. Powers herein granted to Commission are supplemental.
§ 113-257. Report of Commission to Governor and legislature; recommendations for legislative action; examination of accounts and books by Auditor.
§ 113-258. Commission subject to provisions of State Budget Act.
§ 113-259. North Carolina members of the South Atlantic Fishery Management Council.
§ 113-260. North Carolina members of the Mid-Atlantic Fishery Management Council.
§§ 113-260.1 through 113-260.5. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 113-261. Taking fish and wildlife for scientific purposes; permits to take in normally unauthorized manner; cultural and scientific operations.
§ 113-262. Taking fish or wildlife by poisons, drugs, explosives or electricity prohibited; exceptions; possession of illegally killed fish or wildlife prohibited.
§ 113-263. Inspecting plans and specifications of dams.
§ 113-264. Regulatory power over property of agency; public hunting grounds; scheduling of managed big game hunts.
§ 113-265. Obstructing or polluting flow of water into hatchery; throwing fish offal into waters.
§ 113-266. Interference with artificial reef marking devices.
§ 113-267. Replacement costs of marine, estuarine, and wildlife resources; rules authorized; prima facie evidence.
§ 113-268. Injuring, destroying, stealing, or stealing from nets, seines, buoys, pots, etc.
§ 113-269. Robbing or injuring hatcheries and other aquaculture operations.
§ 113-270. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 113-270.1. (See notes) License agents.
§ 113-270.1A. Hunter safety course required.
§ 113-270.1B. License required to hunt, fish, or trap.
§ 113-270.1C. Combination hunting and inland fishing licenses.
§ 113-270.1D. Sportsman licenses.
§ 113-270.2. Hunting licenses.
§ 113-270.2A. Voluntary contribution to hunters safety education program.
§ 113-270.2B. Voluntary migratory waterfowl conservation print.
§ 113-270.3. Special activity licenses; big game kill reports.
§ 113-270.4. Hunting and fishing guide license.
§ 113-270.5. Trapping licenses.
§ 113-271. Hook-and-line licenses in inland and joint fishing waters.
§ 113-272. Special trout license; mountain heritage trout waters 3-day fishing license.
§ 113-272.1. Repealed by Session Laws 1979, c. 830, s. 1.
§ 113-272.2. Special device licenses.
§ 113-272.3. Special provisions respecting fishing licenses; grabbling; taking bait fish; use of landing nets; lifetime licenses issued from Wildlife Resources Commission headquarters; personalized li
§ 113-272.4. Collection licenses.
§ 113-272.5. Captivity license.
§ 113-272.6. Transportation of cervids and licensing of captive cervid facilities.
§ 113-273. Dealer licenses.
§ 113-274. Permits.
§ 113-275. General provisions respecting licenses and permits.
§ 113-276. Exemptions and exceptions to license and permit requirements.
§ 113-276.1. Regulatory authority of Wildlife Resources Commission as to license requirements and exemptions.
§ 113-276.2. Licensees and permittees subject to administrative control; refusal to issue or reissue, suspension, and revocation of their licenses and permits; court orders of suspension.
§ 113-276.3. Mandatory suspension of entitlement to license or permit for fixed period upon conviction of specified offenses.
§ 113-277. Suspension and revocation of licenses and permits in the discretion of the court; suspension of entitlement; court's power concurrent; definition of “conviction”; penalties.
§ 113-278. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 113-279. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 113-280. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 113-281. Definitions.
§ 113-282. Registration and posting of property.
§ 113-283. Entry permits furnished by Wildlife Resources Commission.
§ 113-284. Affirmative duty of sportsmen to determine if property is registered and posted.
§ 113-285. Hunting or fishing on registered property of another without permission.
§ 113-286. Removal, destruction, or mutilation of posted notices.
§ 113-287. General provisions pertaining to enforcement of Article.
§ 113-288. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 113-289. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 113-290. Unlawful use of firearms.
§ 113-290.1. Penalties.
§ 113-291. General restrictions.
§ 113-291.1. Manner of taking wild animals and wild birds.
§ 113-291.1A. Computer-assisted remote hunting prohibited.
§ 113-291.2. Seasons and bag limits on wild animals and birds; including animals and birds taken in bag; possession and transportation of wildlife after taking.
§ 113-291.3. Possession, sale, and transportation of wildlife.
§ 113-291.4. Regulation of foxes; study of fox and fur-bearer populations.
§ 113-291.4A. Open seasons for taking foxes with firearms.
§ 113-291.5. Regulation of dogs used in hunting; limitations on authority of Wildlife Resources Commission; control of dogs on game lands; control of dogs chasing deer; other restrictions.
§ 113-291.6. Regulation of trapping.
§ 113-291.7. Regulation of bears; limited retention of local acts closing bear seasons.
§ 113-291.8. Requirement to display hunter orange.
§ 113-291.9. Taking of beaver.
§ 113-291.10. Beaver Damage Control Advisory Board.
§ 113-291.11. Feeding of alligators prohibited.
§ 113-292. Authority of the Wildlife Resources Commission in regulation of inland fishing and the introduction of exotic species.
§ 113-293. Obstructing rivers or creeks; keeping open fishways in dams.
§ 113-294. Specific violations.
§ 113-295. Unlawful harassment of persons taking wildlife resources.
§ 113-296. Disabled Sportsman Program.
§ 113-297. Method exemptions for disabled persons.
§ 113-298. Unlawful use of facilities provided for disabled sportsman.
§ 113-299. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 113-300. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 113-300.1. Use of poisons and pesticides in general.
§ 113-300.2. Declaring wild animal or bird a pest; concurrence of Wildlife Resources Commission required before poison or pesticide may be used.
§ 113-300.3. Penalties for violations of Article; repeated offenses.
§ 113-300.4. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 113-300.5. Short title.
§ 113-300.6. Governor to execute compact; form of compact.
§ 113-300.7. Appointment of Compact Administrator; implementation; rules; amendments.
§ 113-300.8. Violations.
§ 113-301: Repealed by Session Laws 1979, c. 830, s. 1.
§ 113-301.1. Wildlife Resources Commission obligated to make efforts to notify members of the public who may be affected by operative provisions of statutes and rules.
§ 113-302. Prima facie evidence provisions.
§ 113-302.1. Inspection of licensed or commercial premises; authority to secure inspection warrants.
§ 113-303. Arrest, service of process and witness fees of protectors.
§ 113-304. Reciprocal agreements by Wildlife Resources Commission.
§ 113-305. Cooperative agreements by Wildlife Resources Commission.
§ 113-306. Administrative authority of Wildlife Resources Commission; disposition of license funds; delegation of powers; injunctive relief; emergency powers.
§ 113-307. Adoption of federal laws and regulations.
§ 113-307.1. Legislative assent to specific federal acts.
§ 113-308. Definitions.
§ 113-309. Declaration of policy.
§ 113-310. Certain activities not to be deemed illegal or in restraint of trade.
§ 113-311. Referendum and assessment declared to be in public interest.
§ 113-312. Application to Marine Fisheries Commission for authority to conduct referendum.
§ 113-313. Action of Marine Fisheries Commission on application.
§ 113-314. Agency to determine time and place of referendum, amount and basis of assessment, etc.; notice of referendum.
§ 113-315. Maximum assessment.
§ 113-315.1. Arrangements for and management of referendum; expenses.
§ 113-315.2. Referendum may be by mail ballot or box ballot; who may vote.
§ 113-315.3. Preparation and distribution of ballots; conduct of referendum; canvass and declaration of results.
§ 113-315.4. Levy and collection of assessment; use of proceeds and other funds.
§ 113-315.5. Alternative method for collection of assessment.
§ 113-315.6. Subsequent referendum where assessment defeated.
§ 113-315.7. Subsequent referendum where assessment adopted.
§ 113-315.8. Refund of assessment; refusal to pay assessment.
§ 113-315.9. Bond of financial officer; audit.
§§ 113-315.10 through 113-315.14. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 113-315.15. Short title.
§ 113-315.16. Legislative findings.
§ 113-315.17. Definitions.
§ 113-315.18. Fishermen's Economic Development Program.
§ 113-315.19. Personnel needs.
§§ 113-315.20 through 113-315.24. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 113-315.25. Creation of Authority; membership; appointment; terms and vacancies; officers; meetings and quorum; compensation.
§ 113-315.26. Personnel.
§ 113-315.27. Executive committee.
§ 113-315.28. Purposes of Authority.
§ 113-315.29. Powers of Authority.
§ 113-315.30. Approval of acquisition and disposition of real property.
§ 113-315.31. Issuance of bonds.
§ 113-315.32. Power of eminent domain.
§ 113-315.33. Exchange of property; removal of buildings, etc.
§ 113-315.34. Jurisdiction of the Authority; application of Chapter 20; appointment and authority of special police.
§ 113-315.35. Audit.
§ 113-315.36. Building contracts.
§ 113-315.37. Liberal construction of Article.
§ 113-315.38. Warehouses, wharves, etc., on property abutting navigable waters.
§ 113-315.39. Taxation.
§ 113-316. General statement of purpose and effect of revisions of Subchapter IV made in 1965 and 1979.
§ 113-317. Repealed by Session Laws 1979, c. 830, s. 1.
§§ 113-318 through 113-320. Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 1262, s. 28.
§§ 113-321 through 113-322. Repealed by Session Laws 1979, c. 830, s. 1.
§§ 113-323 through 113-330: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 113-331. Definitions.
§ 113-332. Declaration of policy.
§ 113-333. Powers and duties of the Commission.
§ 113-334. Criteria and procedures for placing animals on protected animal lists.
§ 113-335. North Carolina Nongame Wildlife Advisory Committee.
§ 113-336. Powers and duties of the Advisory Committee.
§ 113-337. Unlawful acts; penalties.
§§ 113-338 through 113-350: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 113-351. Unified hunting and fishing licenses; subsistence license waiver.
§§ 113-352 through 113-377: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§§ 113-377.1 through 113-377.7: Transferred to §§ 113-252 through 113-258 by Session Laws 1965, c. 957.
§ 113-377.8. Repeal of certain public, public-local, special and private acts.
§ 113-378. Persons drilling for oil or gas to register and furnish bond.
§ 113-379. Filing log of drilling and development of each well.
§ 113-380. Violation a misdemeanor.
§ 113-381. Title.
§ 113-382. Declaration of policy.
§§ 113-383 through 113-386. Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 1262, s. 86.
§ 113-387. Production of crude oil and gas regulated; tax assessments.
§ 113-388. Collection of assessments.
§ 113-389. Definitions.
§ 113-390. Waste prohibited.
§ 113-391. Jurisdiction and authority; rules and orders.
§ 113-392. Protecting pool owners; drilling units in pools; location of wells; shares in pools.
§ 113-393. Development of lands as drilling unit by agreement or order of Department.
§ 113-394. Limitations on production; allocating and prorating “allowables.”
§ 113-395. Notice and payment of fee to Department before drilling or abandoning well; plugging abandoned well.
§ 113-396. Wells to be kept under control.
§ 113-397. Hearing in emergency.
§ 113-398. Procedure and powers in hearings by Department.
§ 113-399. Suits by Department.
§ 113-400. Assessing costs of hearings.
§ 113-401. Party to hearings; review.
§ 113-402. Administrative review.
§ 113-403. Judicial review.
§§ 113-404 through 113-405: Repealed by Session Laws 1987, c. 827, s. 119.
§ 113-406. Effect of pendency of judicial review; stay of proceedings.
§ 113-407. Stay bond.
§ 113-408. Enjoining violation of laws and rules; service of process; application for drilling well to include residence address of applicant.
§ 113-409. Punishment for making false entries, etc.
§ 113-410. Penalties for other violations.
§ 113-411. Dealing in or handling of illegal oil, gas or product prohibited.
§ 113-412. Seizure and sale of contraband oil, gas and product.
§ 113-413: Repealed by Session Laws 1987, c. 827, s. 124.
§ 113-414. Filing list of renewed leases in office of register of deeds.
§ 113-415. Conflicting laws.
§§ 113-416 through 113-419. Repealed by Session Laws 1959, c. 779, s. 3.