NAVIGABLE WATERS, HARBORS AND NAVIGATION
Permit procedure for utility facilities.
Lower Wisconsin State Riverway.
Enforcement of forfeitures; abatement of nuisances; infringement of public rights.
Applicability of chapter to municipally-owned submerged shorelands.
Applicability of chapter to artificial water bodies and certain impoundments.
Exemption from certain permit requirements.
Waiver of certain provisions of this chapter.
Transportation of aquatic plants and animals; placement of objects in navigable waters.
Declarations of navigability.
Identification of ordinary high-water mark by town sanitary district.
Determining footage of shoreline.
NAVIGABLE WATERS AND NAVIGATION IN GENERAL
Establishment of bulkhead lines.
Structures and deposits in navigable waters.
Regulation of boathouses and houseboats.
Bridges and culverts.
Waterfowl habitat management.
Shoreline maintenance in outlying waters.
Report on control of aquatic nuisance species.
Regulation of fishing rafts.
Regulation of wharves, piers and swimming rafts; establishment of pierhead lines.
Wharves and piers placed and maintained by persons other than riparian owners.
Prohibition against conveyance of riparian rights.
Use of exposed shore areas along streams.
Regulation of water ski platforms and jumps.
Reports of and hearings on violations.
Penalty for unlawful obstruction of navigable waters.
Removal of obstructions to navigation.
Withdrawal of water from lakes and streams.
Enlargement and protection of waterways.
Changing of stream courses.
Enclosure of navigable waters; issuance of permits to municipalities.
Removal of material from beds of navigable waters.
Financial assurance for nonmetallic mining.
Dredge disposal in and near the Mississippi, St. Croix and Black rivers by the U.S. corps of engineers.
Activities of department of transportation.
Seawalls; Wolf River and Fox River basins.
Lake Koshkonong comprehensive project.
Lake Belle View and Sugar River project.
Lake Winnebago comprehensive project.
Shoreline protection study.
Big Silver Lake high-water mark.
Milwaukee shoreline established.
Lake acidification experiment.
Water resources development projects.
General permit for certain wetland restoration activities.
General permit pilot program.
Applications for individual permits and contracts; department determinations.