§ 26-192 Exclusive jurisdiction of state
§ 26-192a Lead agency
§ 26-192b Standards for shellfish testing
§ 26-192c Inspection and regulations concerning shellfish. License
§ 26-192d Appeals from orders, suspension or revocation of a license
§ 26-192e Classification of coastal waters, shores and tidal flats for the taking of shellfish
§ 26-192f Penalties
§ 26-192g Enforcement
§ 26-192h License for the taking of shellfish from closed areas for certain purposes
§ 26-192i Shellfish; definition
§ 26-192j Pollution which affects shellfish grounds. Liability to municipal shellfish commission
§ 26-192k Shellfish relay from restricted relay grounds. Tag identification information confidential. Code re harvest location
§ 26-192l Department of Agriculture’s shellfish research and survey vessel
§ 26-192m Aquaculture Advisory Council. Membership. Duties. Annual report
§ 26-193 Natural oyster beds: Map on file
§ 26-194 Leasing of shellfish grounds. Fee. Utility lines and public use structures. Shellfish removal or relocation costs. Annual host payments for Long Island Sound crossings. Deposit of fee proceeds. Designation of shellfish areas to regional agricultural scien
§ 26-194a Lease of a state shellfish bed to a municipality for recreational shellfishing. Fees
§ 26-194b Lease of shellfish parcels for use by nonprofit education or conservation organizations
§ 26-195 State ground; determination of disputed boundaries
§ 26-196 Determination of disputed boundaries in other cases
§ 26-197 Commissioners’ fees on hearings
§ 26-198 Fees for recording or copying
§ 26-199 Recording of transfers
§ 26-200 Survey and staking; maps; fee
§ 26-201 Release to the state
§ 26-202 Leasing beacon ground
§ 26-203 Buoying of certain natural beds
§ 26-204 Grant of right to plant or cultivate shellfish which interferes with established fishing right void
§ 26-205 Wardens; appointment, duties and powers
§ 26-206 Shellfish police
§ 26-207 Taxation of shellfish grounds
§ 26-208 Laying of tax
§ 26-209 Appeal
§ 26-210 Collection of tax
§ 26-211 Taxes unpaid five years; reversion
§ 26-212 Licensing and numbering of shellfish vessels. Fee
§ 26-213 License to work on natural beds
§ 26-214 Nonresident oystermen. Foreign vessels prohibited
§ 26-215 Power dredges. Local shellfish commissions. Use of power dredges to restore shellfish beds
§ 26-216 Penalty
§ 26-217 Use of chain bags on natural oyster beds
§ 26-218 License forfeited on conviction
§ 26-219 License to take conchs
§ 26-220 Shellfish spawning beds
§ 26-224 Deposit of injurious substances in tidal waters or on oyster ground. Penalty
§ 26-224a Depositing of shellfish in tidal waters. Regulations
§ 26-225 Stealing oysters
§ 26-226 Injury to enclosure
§ 26-227 Taking from designated but unmarked ground
§ 26-228 Taking shellfish between sunset and sunrise
§ 26-229 Injury to monuments
§ 26-230 Speculation in ground prohibited. Illegally staking ground
§ 26-231 Towing dredge prohibited
§ 26-232 Taking oysters from natural beds or the Housatonic or Saugatuck Rivers
§ 26-233 Taking oysters from Housatonic River
§ 26-234a Daily limit on oysters
§ 26-234b Taking of eastern oysters. Regulations
§ 26-235 Taking of clams. Recreational harvest limit. Penalties. Defacing or removal of sign
§ 26-236 Uncertified natural grounds
§ 26-237 Penalty
§ 26-237a Deposit of cultch material on state shellfish beds
§ 26-237b Shellfish Fund
§ 26-237c License for the harvesting of oysters from state shellfish grounds
§ 26-237d Municipal collection of sea water samples for shellfish harvest water classification
§ 26-237e Resource assessment permits

Terms Used In Connecticut General Statutes > Chapter 491 - State Shellfisheries

  • another: may extend and be applied to communities, companies, corporations, public or private, limited liability companies, societies and associations. See Connecticut General Statutes 1-1
  • Appeal: A request made after a trial, asking another court (usually the court of appeals) to decide whether the trial was conducted properly. To make such a request is "to appeal" or "to take an appeal." One who appeals is called the appellant.
  • aquaculture: means the farming of the waters of the state and tidal wetlands and the production of protein food, including fish, oysters, clams, mussels and other molluscan shellfish, on leased, franchised and public underwater farm lands. See Connecticut General Statutes 1-1
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  • Lease: A contract transferring the use of property or occupancy of land, space, structures, or equipment in consideration of a payment (e.g., rent). Source: OCC
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  • month: means a calendar month, and the word "year" means a calendar year, unless otherwise expressed. See Connecticut General Statutes 1-1
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