A Bill to Illegalize Operating an Overcrowded Vessel

A Bill to Illegalize Operating an Overcrowded Vessel

BE IT ENACTED BY THE STATE OF FIRESTONE CONGRESS HERE ASSEMBLED THAT:

SECTION 1A: The act of Operating an Overcrowded Vessel shall be recognized as an unlawful criminal offense within the State of Firestone.

SECTION 1B: “Operating an Overcrowded Vessel” shall be the act of the vessel operator willingly carrying more people on a vessel than seats provided on the vessel.

SECTION 2: Any person charged with Operating an Overcrowded Vessel shall receive a 100-150 dollar citation.

SECTION 3: On-duty members of the Firestone Coast Guard and Firestone Department of Corrections Marine Division shall be exempt from this legislation during a special operations situation that requires more people on the vessel than seats.

SECTION 4: This bill shall be enforced by all law enforcement agencies.

SECTION 5: This bill shall go into effect immediately after completing the constitutional procedure required.

SECTION 6: Should any part of this legislation be declared unconstitutional or otherwise struck down, the rest shall remain in effect unless all is struck down or declared unconstitutional.

Respectfully submitted to the Congress of the State of Firestone,

Chief Sponsor(s):

Senator CoolPilotCaio1

Co-Sponsors:

Department of Boating and Waterways Secretary Clonemep

Department of Boating and Waterways Advisor iiFedora_King23

Representative GeneralCount

Representative Francisco_Mango

Representative AlexTheAviatorRBLX

Senator CongressionalDefend

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