Alaska Statutes.
Title 16. Fish and Game
Chapter 51. Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute
Section 180. Definitions.
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AS 16.51.180. Definitions.

In this chapter,

(1) "board" means the board of directors of the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute;

(2) "eligible processor" means a processor who would be liable for payment of a seafood marketing assessment levied under AS 16.51.120 ;

(3) "institute" means the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute;

(4) "processor" means a person who is liable for

(A) the tax imposed under AS 43.75.015 ;

(B) the tax imposed under AS 43.75.100 ; or

(C) the landing tax imposed under AS 43.77;

(5) "produce" means perform an activity upon which a tax is imposed under AS 43.75 or AS 43.77, including the purchase, production, landing, or export of a fisheries resource.

(6) "promote or make a contract that promotes seafood" means to advertise or publicize, or make a contract for advertising or publicizing, the use, value, attractiveness, or quality of seafood;

(7) "seafood" means finfish, shellfish, and fish by-products, including but not limited to salmon, halibut, herring, flounder, crab, clam, cod, shrimp, and pollock, but does not include aquatic farm products as defined in AS 16.40.199 ;

(8) [Repealed, Sec. 13 ch 81 SLA 1996].

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