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1. This article is based on G. R. South and J. Veitayaki, Fisheries, research paper (Suva: Fiji Constitution Review Commission [restricted distribution], 1995).

2. A. Richards, comp., Fiji Fisheries Resources Profiles, Forum Fisheries Agency Report no. 94/4 (Honiara: Forum Fisheries Agency, 1994).

3. J. Hornell, Report on the Fisheries of Fiji (Suva: Government Printer, 1940), p. 34. 4. Government of Fiji, Fisheries, Chap. 158, in Laws ofFiji (Suva: Government Printer, 1985). 5. Instrument of Cession of the Islands of Fiji by Thakombau Tui Viti and Vunivalu, and Some Other High Chiefs of the Said Islands to Her Most Gracious Majesty Victoria ... (1874). 6. Tokatoka is an enlarged family unit or a group of closely related families, whereas the mataqali, or clans, comprise groups of tokatoka; mataqali are grouped into yavusa, which in turn constitute a vanua. 7. S. Waqairatu, "The Delimitation of Traditional Fishing Grounds: The Fiji Experience," in Traditional Marine Tenure and Sustainable Management of Marine Re- sources in Asia and the Pacific, ed. G. R. South, D. Goulet, S. Tuqiri, and M. Church (Suva: International Ocean Institute, South Pacific, 1994), pp. 79-84.

8. Ibid, p. 80. 9. B. Campbell and M. Lodge, Fisheries Management and l.aw Advisory Programme: Regional Compendium ofFisheries Legislation (Western Pacific Region): Report to the Govern- ments of the South Pacific Forum Fisheries Agency, Vol. 1, South Pacific Forum Fisheries Agenry and Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (Rome: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 1993).

10. G. M. Fong, "Case Study of a Traditional Marine Management System Sasa Village, Macuata Province, Fiji: Project RAS/92/T05," in Case Studies on Traditional Marine Systems in the South Pacific, Forum Fisheries Agency Field Report no. 94/ 1 (Honiara: South Pacific Forum Fisheries Agency and Food and Agriculture Organi- zation of the United Nations, 1994). 11. S. T. Cavuilati, "Managing Fisheries Resources: The Fiji Experience," in Marine Resources and Development: The Ray Parkinson Memorial Lectures, 1992 (Suva: Pacific Islands Marine Resource Information Systems, University of the South Pa- cific, 1993)pp. 37-62. 12. Ibid, p. 45.

13. Waqairatu, pp. 81-82. 14. Ibid.

15. Fong.

16. World Bank, Pacific Island Economies: Sustainable Development of Fisheries, Country Department III: East Asia and the Pacific Region, World Bank Report no. 14615- EAP (Washington, D.C.: World Bank, 1995). 17. Ibid.

18. Ibid. 19. Cavuilati. 20. Fong (n. 10 aboave). 21. Hornell (n. 3 above). 22. Ibid., p. 34.

23. Government of Fiji, Rivers and Streams Ordinance, Chap. 121, in Laws of Fiji (Suva: Government Printer, 1967), pp. 1572-75. 24. Fong, p. 8.

25. G. B. K. Baines, "Traditional Resource Management in the Melanesian South Pacific: A Development Dilemma," in Common Property Resources: Ecology and Community-Based Sustainable Development, ed. F. Berkes (London: Bellhaven, 1989), pp. 273-95. 26. Hornell, p. 34. 27. V. Ram, "The Socio-Economic Structure of Fisheries in Small Island Econ- omies of the South Pacific: Case Study of Fiji Islands" (M.S. thesis, Kagoshima Uni- versity, 1986).

28. A. Cooke, "The Qoligoli of Fiji: Management of Resources in Traditional Fishing Grounds" (M.S. thesis, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, 1994). 29. M. Pulea, An Overview of Constitutional and Legal Provisions Relevant to Custom- ary Marine Tenure and Management Systems in the South Pacific, Forum Fisheries Agency Report no. 93/23 (Honiara: Forum Fisheries Agency, 1993).

30. Secretary of state of the colonies to the governor of Fiji, dispatch no. 71 (2June 1881). 31. Hornell (n. 3 above), p. 34. 32. K. Ruddle, "Traditional Marine Tenure in the 90s," in Traditional Marine Tenure and Sustainable Management of Marine Resources in Asia and the Pacific, ed. G. R. South, D. Garlet, S. Turgiri, and M. Church (Suva: International Ocean Insti- tute, South Pacific, 1994), pp. 6-45. 33. Colonial Secretary's Office 1304/1893.

34. International Ocean Institute Operational Centre at the University of the South Pacific, Regional Seds Governance in the 21st Century: National and Regional Issues in the South Pacific: Reports of the Leaders' Seminar (Suva: International Ocean Institute, South Pacific, 1993).

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