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Title 50Chapter IISubchapter CPart 216


TITLE 50—Wildlife and Fisheries

CHAPTER II—NATIONAL MARINE FISHERIES SERVICE, NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

SUBCHAPTER C—MARINE MAMMALS

PART 216—REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE TAKING AND IMPORTING OF MARINE MAMMALS

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Subpart A—INTRODUCTION

§216.1
Purpose of regulations.
§216.2
Scope of regulations.
§216.3
Definitions.
§216.4
Other laws and regulations.
§216.5
Payment of penalty.
§216.6
Forfeiture and return of seized property.
§216.7
Holding and bonding.
§216.8
Enforcement officers.
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Subpart B—PROHIBITIONS

§216.11
Prohibited taking.
§216.12
Prohibited importation.
§216.13
Prohibited uses, possession, transportation, sales, and permits.
§216.14
Marine mammals taken before the MMPA.
§216.15
Depleted species.
§216.16
Prohibitions under the General Authorization for Level B harassment for scientific research.
§216.17
General prohibitions.
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Subpart C—GENERAL EXCEPTIONS

§216.21
Actions permitted by international treaty, convention, or agreement.
§216.22
Taking by State or local government officials.
§216.23
Native exceptions.
§216.24
Taking and related acts incidental to commercial fishing operations by tuna purse seine vessels in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean.
§216.25
Exempted marine mammals and marine mammal products.
§216.26
Collection of certain marine mammal parts without prior authorization.
§216.27
Release, non-releasability, and disposition under special exception permits for rehabilitated marine mammals.
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Subpart D—SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS

§216.30
[Reserved]
§216.31
Definitions.
§216.32
Scope.
§216.33
Permit application submission, review, and decision procedures.
§216.34
Issuance criteria.
§216.35
Permit restrictions.
§216.36
Permit conditions.
§216.37
Marine mammal parts.
§216.38
Reporting.
§216.39
Permit amendments.
§216.40
Penalties and permit sanctions.
§216.41
Permits for scientific research and enhancement.
§216.42
Photography. [Reserved]
§216.43
Public display. [Reserved]
§216.44
Applicability/transition.
§216.45
General Authorization for Level B harassment for scientific research.
§216.46
U.S. citizens on foreign flag vessels operating under the International Dolphin Conservation Program.
§216.47
Access to marine mammal tissue, analyses, and data.
§§216.48-216.49
[Reserved]
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Subpart E—DESIGNATED PORTS

§216.50
Importation at designated ports.
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Subpart F—PRIBILOF ISLANDS, TAKING FOR SUBSISTENCE PURPOSES

§216.71
Allowable take of fur seals.
§216.72
Restrictions on taking.
§216.73
Disposition of fur seal parts.
§216.74
Cooperation with Federal officials.
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Subpart G—PRIBILOF ISLANDS ADMINISTRATION

§216.81
Visits to fur seal rookeries.
§216.82
Dogs prohibited.
§216.83
Importation of birds or mammals.
§216.84
[Reserved]
§216.85
Walrus and Otter Islands.
§216.86
Local regulations.
§216.87
Wildlife research.
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Subpart H—DOLPHIN SAFE TUNA LABELING

§216.90
Purposes.
§216.91
Dolphin-safe labeling standards.
§216.92
Dolphin-safe requirements for tuna harvested in the ETP by large purse seine vessels.
§216.93
Tracking and verification program.
§216.94
False statements or endorsements.
§216.95
Official mark for “Dolphin-safe” tuna products.
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Subpart I—GENERAL REGULATIONS GOVERNING SMALL TAKES OF MARINE MAMMALS INCIDENTAL TO SPECIFIED ACTIVITIES

§216.101
Purpose.
§216.102
Scope.
§216.103
Definitions.
§216.104
Submission of requests.
§216.105
Specific regulations.
§216.106
Letter of Authorization.
§216.107
Incidental harassment authorization for Arctic waters.
§216.108
Requirements for monitoring and reporting under incidental harassment authorizations for Arctic waters.
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Subparts J-X [Reserved]



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