United States Code

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§ 933.
Advisory Committee
Appointment and number of members; factors in selection
The United States Section shall appoint an advisory committee for each of the Great Lakes, upon which committee each State bordering on the lake may be represented by not more than four members. In making such appointments, the United States Section shall make its selection for each State from a list proposed by the Governor of that State; and shall give due consideration to the interests of—
State agencies having jurisdiction over fisheries;
the commercial fishing industry of the lake;
the sports fishing of the lake; and
the public at large.
Membership on other committees

A member of the advisory committee for one lake may also be a member of the advisory committee for one or more other lakes.


The members of the advisory committee shall receive no compensation from the Government of the United States for their services as such members. Not more than ten members of all the committees, designated by the committees and approved by the United States Section, may be paid by the Government of the United States for transportation expenses and per diem incident to attendance at the annual meeting of the Commission or of the United States Section.


The members of the advisory committee for each lake shall be invited to attend all nonexecutive meetings of the United States Section relating to that lake and at such meetings shall be granted opportunity to examine and be heard on all proposed recommendations, programs, and activities relating to that lake.

(June 4, 1956, ch. 358, § 4, 70 Stat. 242; Pub. L. 107–228, div. A, title II, § 208, Sept. 30, 2002, 116 Stat. 1364.)
cite as: 16 USC 933