as amended, Galgiani.
begin deleteCalifornia Indian tribe members. end delete
Existing law, except as specified, exempts members of California Indian tribes from laws regulating fish and wildlife while on the tribal reservation.end delete
This bill would make nonsubstantive changes to these provisions.end delete
Vote: majority. Appropriation: no. Fiscal committee: no. State-mandated local program: no.
The people of the State of California do enact as follows:
(a) As used in this title, “missing person” includes, but
4is not limited to, any of the following:
5(1) An at-risk adult.
6(2) A child who has been taken, detained, concealed, enticed
7away, or retained by a parent in violation of Chapter 4
8(commencing with Section 277) of Title 9 of Part 1.
9(3) A child who is missing voluntarily or involuntarily, or under
10circumstances not conforming to his or her ordinary habits or
11behavior and who may be in need of assistance.
12(b) As used in this title,
begin delete “at risk”end delete means there is
13evidence of, or there are indications of, any of the following:
14(1) The person missing is the victim of a crime or foul play.
15(2) The person missing is in need of medical attention.
16(3) The person missing has no pattern of running away or
18(4) The person missing may be the victim of parental abduction.
19(5) The person missing is mentally
begin delete impaired.end delete
21(c) As used in this title, “child” is any person under 18 years of
23(d) As used in this title, “center” means the Violent Crime
25(e) As used in this title, “dental or medical records or X-rays”
26include all those records or X-rays which are in the possession of
27a dentist, physician and surgeon, or medical facility.
28(f) As used in this title, “unidentified person” means a person,
29living or deceased, whose identity the local investigative agency
30is unable to determine.
Section 12300 of the Fish and Game Code is
32amended to read:
(a) Notwithstanding any other law, the provisions of
34this code are not applicable to a member of a California Indian
35tribe whose name is inscribed upon the tribal roll, while on the
36reservation of that tribe and under those circumstances in this state
37where the code was not applicable to them immediately before the
P3 1effective date of Public Law 280, Chapter 505, First Session, 1953,
283d Congress of the United States.
3(b) A member of a California Indian tribe described in
4subdivision (a)shall not be prosecuted for a violation of this code
5occurring in the places and under the circumstances described in
6subdivision (a). Nothing in this section, however, prohibits or
7restricts the prosecution of any member of a California Indian tribe
8for the violation of a provision of this code prohibiting the sale of
9a bird, mammal, fish, amphibian, or reptile.