Alaska Statutes.
Title 16. Fish and Game
Chapter 43. Regulation of Entry Into Alaska Commercial Fisheries
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Chapter 43. Regulation of Entry Into Alaska Commercial Fisheries

Section 10. Purpose and Findings of Fact.
Section 20. Alaska Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission.
Section 30. Term of Office; Vacancy and Removal.
Section 40. Quorum.
Section 50. Qualifications.
Section 60. Compensation.
Section 70. Legal Counsel.
Section 80. Employment of Personnel.
Section 100. Duties and General Powers.
Section 105. Accounting and Disposition of Fees. [Repealed, Sec. 28 Ch 90 SLA 1991. For Current Law, See AS 37.05.142
Section 110. Regulations and Hearing Procedures.
Section 120. Application of Administrative Procedure Act.
Section 140. Permit Required.
Section 150. Terms and Conditions of Entry Permit; Annual Renewal.
Section 160. Fees.
Section 170. Transfer of Entry Permits.
Section 180. Emergency Transfers.
Section 182. Entry Permit Deductible as Business Expense. [Repealed, Sec. 36 Ch 14 SLA 1987].
Section 200. Administrative Areas.
Section 210. Interim-Use Permit; Qualifications.
Section 220. Terms and Conditions of Interim-Use Permits.
Section 225. Moratorium On New Entrants Into Certain Fisheries.
Section 227. Southeast Alaska Dungeness Crab Fishery.
Section 228. Southeast Alaska Dive Fisheries.
Section 230. Designation of Distressed Fisheries.
Section 240. Determination of the Maximum Number of Entry Permits For Initial Issue.
Section 250. Standards For Initial Issue of Entry Permits.
Section 260. Application For Initial Issue of Entry Permits.
Section 270. Initial Issuance of Entry Permits.
Section 275. - 16.43.285l [Renumbered as AS 16.43.340
Section 290. Optimum Number of Entry Permits.
Section 300. Revisions of Optimum Number of Entry Permits.
Section 310. Establishment of Buy-Back Funds and Permit Buy-Back Assessments.
Section 320. Administration of the Buy-Back Program.
Section 330. Issuance of New Entry Permits; Appropriations Related to Fleet Reduction.
Section 335. - 16.43.339l [Renumbered as AS 16.43.400
Section 340. Educational Entry Permits.
Section 341. - 16.43.343l [Renumbered as AS 16.43.430
Section 350. [Renumbered as AS 16.43.950
Section 351. Term and Conditions of Educational Entry Permit.
Section 355. - 16.43.360. [Renumbered as AS 16.43.960
Section 361. Disposition of Fish.
Section 370. [Renumbered as AS 16.43.980
Section 371. Accounting of Harvest.
Section 380. [Renumbered as AS 16.43.990
Section 381. Adoption of Regulations.
Section 390. Definition of "Recipient".
Section 400. Special Harvest Area Entry Permits.
Section 410. Terms and Conditions of Special Harvest Area Entry Permits.
Section 420. Disposition of Fish.
Section 430. Authorized Gear.
Section 440. Adoption of Regulations.
Section 450. Vessel Permit System.
Section 460. Initial Issuance of Vessel Permits.
Section 470. Optimum Number Range of Vessel Permits.
Section 480. Transfer and Expiration of Vessel Entry Permits.
Section 490. Substitution of Vessels.
Section 500. Renewal of Vessel Permits.
Section 510. Vessel Permit Fees.
Section 520. General Vessel Permit Provisions.
Section 850. Point System.
Section 855. Assessment of Points.
Section 860. Suspension.
Section 870. Notice and Appeal.
Section 880. Required Notice to Commission.
Section 895. Definitions For AS 16.43.850
Section 901. Vessel Permits. [Repealed, Sec. 5 Ch. 126 SLA 1996].
Section 906. , 16.43.911. Vessel Permits For Weathervane Scallop Fishery; Applicability of Other Statutes. [Repealed, Sec. 6 Ch 97 SLA 1997].
Section 940. Exempted Activities.
Section 945. Commercial Fishing Privileges Exempt From Claims of Creditors.
Section 950. Applications of Regulations of Board of Fisheries.
Section 955. Hearings in Proximity to Board of Fisheries Meetings.
Section 960. Commission Revocation or Suspension of Permits.
Section 970. Penalties.
Section 975. Public Disclosure of Certain Documents Prohibited.
Section 980. Report and Recommendations.
Section 990. Definitions.


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