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       Florida Senate - 2010                             CS for SB 1514
       By the Committee on General Government Appropriations; and
       Senator Baker
       601-03208-10                                          20101514c1
    1                        A bill to be entitled                      
    2         An act relating to recreational licenses; amending ss.
    3         379.3511 and 379.352, F.S.; exempting the shoreline
    4         fishing license from a charge imposed to compensate
    5         the subagent or tax collector issuing the license;
    6         authorizing the subagent or tax collector to retain a
    7         portion of certain other license proceeds; amending s.
    8         379.354, F.S.; removing the fee for an annual resident
    9         shoreline fishing license; providing an effective
   10         date.
   12  Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Florida:
   14         Section 1. Paragraph (e) of subsection (1) of section
   15  379.3511, Florida Statutes, is amended to read:
   16         379.3511 Appointment of subagents for the sale of hunting,
   17  fishing, and trapping licenses and permits.—
   18         (1) Subagents shall serve at the pleasure of the
   19  commission. The commission may establish, by rule, procedures
   20  for the selection and appointment of subagents. The following
   21  are requirements for subagents so appointed:
   22         (e) A subagent may charge and receive as his or her
   23  compensation 50 cents for each license or permit sold. This
   24  charge is in addition to the sum required by law to be collected
   25  for the sale and issuance of each license or permit. This charge
   26  does not apply to the shoreline fishing license; however, for
   27  each shoreline fishing license issued, the subagent may retain
   28  50 cents from other license proceeds otherwise due the
   29  commission.
   30         Section 2. Subsection (5) of section 379.352, Florida
   31  Statutes, is amended to read:
   32         379.352 Recreational licenses, permits, and authorization
   33  numbers to take wild animal life, freshwater aquatic life, and
   34  marine life; issuance; costs; reporting.—
   35         (5) In addition to any license or permit fee, the sum of
   36  $1.50 shall be charged for each license or management area
   37  permit, except for replacement licenses, to cover the cost of
   38  issuing such license or permit. This charge does not apply to
   39  the shoreline fishing license; however, for each shoreline
   40  fishing license issued, the tax collector may retain 50 cents
   41  from other license proceeds otherwise due the commission.
   42         Section 3. Paragraph (k) of subsection (4) of section
   43  379.354, Florida Statutes, is amended to read:
   44         379.354 Recreational licenses, permits, and authorization
   45  numbers; fees established.—
   46         (4) RESIDENT HUNTING AND FISHING LICENSES.—The licenses and
   47  fees for residents participating in hunting and fishing
   48  activities in this state are as follows:
   49         (k) Annual resident shoreline fishing license, $7.50. An
   50  The annual resident shoreline fishing license shall be issued
   51  without fee to allow allows any resident to saltwater fish from
   52  land or from a structure fixed to the land. This license is not
   53  required for any resident issued any other license identified in
   54  this section which that allows the taking of saltwater fish.
   55         Section 4. This act shall take effect July 1, 2010.

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