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The operator of a salmon-processing operation, and a company employing aircraft used for transporting salmon or salmon products, in District 6, must obtain a permit from the department before starting operations. The permit must contain the following:
(1) procedures and requirements for the reporting of location and date of processing operations to the department;
(2) the identity and description of each aircraft and vessel employed in the transporting of salmon or salmon products;
(3) permission for local representatives of the department to inspect, at any time, aircraft and vessels used for transporting salmon; storage areas; freezers; processing areas; processing records; and processed and unprocessed salmon; and
(4) other information required by the department for the conservation and management of the salmon resources or for enforcement of fishing laws.
History: Eff. 8/5/88, Register 107
Authority: AS 16.05.251
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