This is the preview version of the Wisconsin State Legislature site.
Please see http://docs.legis.wisconsin.gov for the production version.
29.539(1m)(a) (a) A lawfully taken wild animal that is not listed in sub. (1) (a) 1. or 1m. for which an open season is established by rule and for which there is no bag or possession limit imposed by rule, or the carcass of such a wild animal.
29.539(1m)(b) (b) A fur-bearing animal, or the carcass of a fur-bearing animal, that was lawfully taken and that has a valid registration tag attached by the department.
29.539(1m)(c) (c) Liquid scent made from the carcass of a lawfully taken wild animal, other than the gallbladder of a bear.
29.539(1m)(d) (d) A farm-raised deer, a farm-raised fish, fish produced in a municipal fish hatchery, a farm-raised game bird, or a wild animal that is subject to regulation under ch. 169 or the carcass of such a wild animal.
29.539(1m)(e) (e) The tail or skull of any deer or elk that is lawfully taken, the antlers of any deer or elk that are lawfully taken and that are not in the velvet, and the skin of any deer or elk that is lawfully taken and that is not in the spotted coat.
29.539(1m)(f) (f) The hide of any bear that is lawfully taken and that includes the claws, head, and teeth of the bear.
29.539(1m)(g) (g) Any claws, head, or teeth that are part of the hide of a bear that is lawfully taken.
29.539(1m)(h) (h) A rabbit, or the carcass of a rabbit, that is taken as authorized under s. 29.337 or 29.885.
29.539(1m)(i) (i) The tail, claws, skull, or skin of any squirrel that is lawfully taken and that is severed from the rest of the carcass.
29.539(1m)(j) (j) The feathers of a lawfully taken grouse, partridge, pheasant, quail, or wild turkey.
29.539(1m)(k) (k) The naturally shed feathers of a partridge, pheasant, quail, or wild turkey.
29.539(1m)(L) (L) The naturally shed feathers of a grouse that is not listed as endangered or threatened under s. 29.604 (3) and that is not a sharp-tailed grouse.
29.539(1m)(m) (m) The naturally shed feathers of a sharp-tailed grouse collected from an area where there is an open season for hunting sharp-tailed grouse.
29.539(2) (2)Except as provided in subs. (3) and (3m), no fish taken by hook and line from outlying waters, except rough fish, may be sold, bartered or traded in any manner.
29.539(3) (3)The eggs from trout and salmon that are not farm-raised fish and that are lawfully taken and possessed under this chapter are exempted from this section if removed from the fish as provided under sub. (3m).
29.539(3m) (3m)The eggs from trout and salmon that are not farm-raised fish may not be sold or purchased unless the eggs are first removed from the whole fish in the presence of the buyer. The fish carcass shall be legally disposed of. Eggs that are removed in accordance with this subsection may subsequently be sold or purchased without the fish subject to any licensing requirement under s. 29.503.
29.539(6) (6)The sale and purchase of a species of fish specified under s. 29.506 (7m) (b) or of the carcass of any of these fish is exempt under this section if the sale and purchase are authorized by a permit issued under s. 29.506 (7m).
29.541 29.541 Serving of game to guests.
29.541(1)(1)Prohibition.
29.541(1)(a)(a) Except as authorized under s. 29.934 (2) or 97.305, no innkeeper, manager or steward of any restaurant, club, hotel, boarding house, tavern, logging camp or mining camp may sell, barter, serve or give, or cause to be sold, bartered, served or given, to its guests or boarders any of the following:
29.541(1)(a)1. 1. The meat of any deer, elk, bear, squirrel, game bird, or game fish taken from inland waters at any time.
29.541(1)(a)2. 2. The meat of any wild animal not listed in subd. 1., during the closed season for the wild animal, whether the meat is of a wild animal lawfully or unlawfully taken within or without the state.
29.541(1)(b) (b) The department may issue permits authorizing the serving of lawfully taken and possessed wild animals at any time.
29.541(2) (2) Free lunch. The giving, offering, or affording opportunity to take free lunch in any of the places named in sub. (1) is embraced within the prohibitions of sub. (1).
29.541(3) (3) Exemption. This section does not apply to the meat from farm-raised deer, farm-raised fish, or farm-raised game birds or to meat that is subject to regulation under s. 169.14.
29.541 History History: 1975 c. 360; 1991 a. 269; 1995 a. 79; 1997 a. 27; 1997 a. 248 ss. 546 to 553; Stats. 1997 s. 29.541; 2001 a. 56, 109; 2005 a. 394; 2007 a. 20; 2015 a. 55.
subch. VII of ch. 29 SUBCHAPTER VII
APPROVAL FEES AND EFFECTIVE PERIODS
29.553 29.553 Processing fee.
29.553(1)(1)Except as provided in sub. (3), if the department issues any of the following approvals, a nonrefundable processing fee, in addition to any other fee imposed under s. 29.563, shall be collected for each approval:
29.553(1)(a) (a) Hunter's choice deer hunting permit.
29.553(1)(am) (am) Bonus deer hunting permit.
29.553(1)(b) (b) Bobcat hunting and trapping permit.
29.553(1)(c) (c) Otter trapping permit.
29.553(1)(d) (d) Fisher trapping permit.
29.553(1)(e) (e) Canada goose hunting permit.
29.553(1)(f) (f) Wild turkey hunting license.
29.553(1)(g) (g) Sharp-tailed grouse hunting permit.
29.553(1)(h) (h) Class A bear license.
29.553(1)(hm) (hm) Elk hunting license.
29.553(1)(hr) (hr) Wolf harvesting license.
29.553(1)(i) (i) Sturgeon fishing permit.
29.553(2) (2)If a person applies jointly for a hunter's choice deer hunting permit and a bonus deer hunting permit, the person shall pay a single processing fee. A person who applies for a bonus deer hunting permit is exempt from paying an additional processing fee if the person has already applied for a hunter's choice deer hunting permit for the same season. If the department authorizes the issuing of more than one bonus deer hunting permit to a person in a single season under s. 29.181 (2) or (2m), the person is exempt from paying an additional processing fee for an application for the 2nd or subsequent bonus deer hunting permit.
29.553(3) (3)The department may waive the processing fee for the approvals specified in sub. (1) (a), (am) and (c) to (g) for persons who apply for or are holders of resident conservation patron licenses and nonresident conservation patron licenses.
29.553 History History: 1997 a. 248 ss. 143 to 149; 2001 a. 109; 2011 a. 169.
29.555 29.555 Reprint fee. The department may and an agent appointed under s. 29.024 (6) (a) 2. or 3. who issues a reprint of an approval shall collect a fee for the reprint.
29.555 History History: 2015 a. 89.
29.556 29.556 Handling fee.
29.556(1b)(1b)In this section:
29.556(1b)(a) (a) “In-person credit transaction costs" means the costs associated with issuing approvals that are applied for and issued in person and that are paid for by using a credit card.
29.556(1b)(b) (b) “Long-distance handling costs" means the costs associated with paying for approvals that are requested by mail, telephone or electronic means and includes credit transaction fees, mailing costs and personnel costs that are necessary to process a credit transaction.
29.556(1m) (1m)In addition to any other fee imposed under s. 29.563, the department may collect a handling fee to cover long-distance handling costs and in-person credit transaction costs incurred in issuing approvals.
29.556(2) (2)
29.556(2)(a)(a) If the department collects a handling fee under sub. (1m), it shall promulgate rules to do all of the following:
29.556(2)(a)1. 1. Designate the approvals to which the fee applies.
29.556(2)(a)2. 2. Establish the amount of the fee.
29.556(2)(b)1.1. The department may collect long-distance handling costs and in-person credit transaction costs for the approvals that the department itself issues.
29.556(2)(b)2. 2. The department may allow a person with whom it has contracted under s. 29.024 (6) (a) 4. to collect handling fees that cover long-distance handling costs. The department may allow the person to retain all or a portion of each handling fee.
29.556(2)(b)3. 3. The department may allow an agent who is appointed under s. 29.024 (6) (a) 2. or 3. to collect handling fees that cover in-person credit transaction costs. The department may allow the agent to retain all or a portion of each handling fee.
29.556(2)(c) (c) A handling fee may not be more than the amounts necessary to cover the long-distance handling costs or the in-person credit transaction costs of issuing the approvals.
29.556(3) (3)Any fees collected under this section by the department shall be credited to the appropriation account under s. 20.370 (9) (hu).
29.556 History History: 1997 a. 248 ss. 150, 151; 1999 a. 9.
29.559 29.559 Issuing fee.
29.559(1)(1)Collection of issuing fee.
29.559(1)(a) (a) Any person, including the department, who issues any license or stamp under this chapter or a conservation card under s. 23.47 (2) shall collect, in addition to the statutory license, stamp, or conservation card fee, an issuing fee for each license, each stamp, and each conservation card the person issued. Except as provided in pars. (b), and (bm), a person appointed under s. 29.024 (6) (a) 2., 3., or 4. may retain 50 cents of each issuing fee for each license and for each reprint and 15 cents of each issuing fee for each stamp to compensate for services in issuing the license or stamp.
29.559(1)(b) (b) A person appointed under s. 29.024 (6) (a) 3. may retain the entire issuing fee for each temporary disabled person fishing license the person issues in order to compensate for services in issuing the license.
29.559(1)(bm) (bm) A person appointed under s. 29.024 (6) (a) 2., 3., or 4. may retain 15 cents of each issuing fee for each conservation card.
29.559(1)(c) (c) Any person, including the department, who issues a wild turkey hunting authorization under s. 29.164 (4) (b) or a sturgeon hook and line tag under s. 29.2285 (3) (b) shall collect, in addition to the statutory fee, an issuing fee for each authorization or tag that the person is issued. A person appointed under s. 29.024 (6) (a) 2., 3., or 4. may retain 15 cents for each issuing fee of each authorization or tag to compensate for services in issuing the authorization or tag.
29.559(1m) (1m) Collection of issuing fee for certain approval applications. A person authorized to distribute an application under s. 29.553 shall collect, in addition to the processing fee, an issuing fee for each application.
29.559(1r) (1r) Collection of issuing fee for bonus deer hunting permits. Any person, including the department, who issues a bonus deer hunting permit shall collect, in addition to the statutory permit fee, an issuing fee for each permit. A person appointed under s. 29.024 (6) (a) 2., 3. or 4. may retain 50 cents of each issuing fee for each permit to compensate for services in issuing the permit.
29.559(2) (2) Department employees. An issuing fee collected by any employee of the department shall be remitted to the department together with the statutory approval fee.
29.563 29.563 Fee schedule.
29.563(1)(1)General. Unless specifically provided otherwise in this chapter, a person shall pay the applicable fees specified in subs. (2) to (14).
29.563(2) (2) Hunting approvals. Except as provided in sub. (2m), (2r), and (6m), the fees for hunting approvals are as follows:
29.563(2)(a) (a) Resident licenses.
29.563(2)(a)1.1. Small game: $15.25.
29.563(2)(a)2. 2. Small game issued to a resident senior citizen: $6.25.
29.563(2)(a)3. 3. Small game issued to a member of the armed forces under s. 29.194 (3): $0.
29.563(2)(a)4. 4. Small game issued to persons who are under 18 years of age: $6.25.
29.563(2)(a)5. 5. Deer: $21.25.
29.563(2)(a)5g. 5g. Deer issued to persons who are under 18 years of age: $17.25.
29.563(2)(a)5m. 5m. Elk: $46.25.
29.563(2)(a)6. 6. Class A bear: $46.25.
29.563(2)(a)8. 8. Archer: $21.25.
29.563(2)(a)8m. 8m. Archer issued to persons who are under 18 years of age: $17.25.
29.563(2)(a)8r. 8r. Crossbow: $21.25.
Loading...
Loading...
2017-18 Wisconsin Statutes updated through 2019 Wis. Act 18 and through all Supreme Court and Controlled Substances Board Orders filed before and in effect on August 19, 2019. Published and certified under s. 35.18. Changes effective after August 19, 2019, are designated by NOTES. (Published 8-19-19)