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(a) In Sections 3-B, 7-B, 12-A, and 13-C
(1) the initial buyer or processor of herring spawn on kelp shall issue a fish ticket when the spawn on kelp is delivered by a CFEC permit holder and shall, within seven days of delivery, provide a copy of the fish ticket to the department;
(2) the fish ticket shall set out
(A) the number of blades of spawn on kelp delivered;
(B) the total weight of spawn on kelp delivered;
(C) the type of pound (open or closed) that contained the spawn on kelp; and
(D) whether the spawn on kelp was salted when initially weighed;
(3) if an accurate, drained weight cannot be obtained at the time of delivery, the reported weight on the fish ticket shall be marked as "estimated weight" and the buyer or processor shall notify the department of the accurate, drained weight as soon as it is available;
(4) a processor shall notify the department of the delivered weight by grade and the final exvessel value by grade as soon as that information is available;
(5) a permit holder may place herring spawn on kelp in a tote-size or larger container with a salt brine solution, in order to transport the spawn on kelp to a processor, if the permit holder
(A) is present at the time and place when the spawn on kelp is first delivered;
(B) before leaving the fishing grounds, notifies the department of the estimated amount of spawn on kelp and the expected time and location of its delivery; and
(C) delivers the spawn on kelp to a processor registered under 5 AAC 39.130 within 72 hours after it was harvested.
(b) A permit holder that complies with the requirements of (a)(5) of this section does not need to comply with the permit and reporting requirements under 5 AAC 39.130.
History: Eff. 4/16/2000, Register 154; am 4/2/2006, Register 177
Authority: AS 16.05.251
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