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The commissioner or his authorized designee may prescribe conditions on a permit to control the occurrence of fish disease, genetic change, or control other disturbances of biological origin affecting native, wild, or hatchery stocks of fish. These conditions may include designation of broodstock and release locations, methods of transport or release, quarantine and depuration requirements and procedures, disease inspections, disposal of wastes and effluents, timing of transportation and release, reporting requirements, and other measures necessary to achieve the purposes of 5 AAC 41.
History: In effect before 1988
Authority: AS 16.05.251 (a)
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