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Title 50Chapter IIIPart 300


TITLE 50—Wildlife and Fisheries

CHAPTER III—INTERNATIONAL FISHING AND RELATED ACTIVITIES

PART 300—INTERNATIONAL FISHERIES REGULATIONS

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§300.1
Purpose and scope.
§300.2
Definitions.
§300.3
Relation to other laws.
§300.4
General prohibitions.
§300.5
Facilitation of enforcement.
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Subpart B—HIGH SEAS FISHERIES

§300.10
Purpose.
§300.11
Definitions.
§300.12
Issuing offices.
§300.13
Vessel permits.
§300.14
Vessel identification.
§300.15
Prohibitions.
§300.16
Penalties.
§300.17
Reporting.
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Subpart C—EASTERN PACIFIC TUNA FISHERIES

§300.20
Purpose and scope.
§300.21
Definitions.
§300.22
Eastern Pacific fisheries recordkeeping and written reports.
§300.23
Eastern Pacific fisheries - Persons and vessels exempted.
§300.24
Prohibitions.
§300.25
Eastern Pacific fisheries management.
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Subpart D—SOUTH PACIFIC TUNA FISHERIES

§300.30
Purpose and scope.
§300.31
Definitions.
§300.32
Vessel licenses.
§300.33
Compliance with applicable national laws.
§300.34
Reporting requirements.
§300.35
Vessel and gear identification.
§300.36
Closed area stowage requirements.
§300.37
Radio monitoring.
§300.38
Prohibitions.
§300.39
Exceptions.
§300.40
Civil penalties.
§300.41
Investigation notification.
§300.42
Findings leading to removal from fishing area.
§300.43
Observers.
§300.44
Other inspections.
§300.45
Vessel Monitoring System.
§300.46
Transshipping requirements.
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Subpart E—PACIFIC HALIBUT FISHERIES

§300.60
Purpose and scope.
§300.61
Definitions.
§300.62
Annual management measures.
§300.63
Catch sharing plan and domestic management measures in Area 2A.
§300.64
Fishing by U.S. treaty Indian tribes.
§300.65
Catch sharing plan and domestic management measures in waters in and off Alaska.
§300.66
Prohibitions.
§300.67
Charter halibut limited access program.
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Figure 1 to Subpart E of Part 300—Sitka Local Area Management Plan
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Figure 2 to Subpart E of Part 300—Southern Southeast Alaska Rural and Non-Rural Areas
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Figure 3 to Subpart E of Part 300—Northern Southeast Alaska Rural and Non-Rural Areas
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Figure 4 to Subpart E of Part 300—Prince William Sound Rural and Non-Rural Areas
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Figure 5 to Subpart E of Part 300—Anchorage, Matanuska-Susitna, and Kenai Rural and Non-Rural Areas
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Figure 6 to Subpart E of Part 300—Alaska Peninsula and Aleutian Islands Rural and Non-Rural Areas
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Figure 7 to Subpart E of Part 300—Western and Central Alaska Rural and Non-Rural Areas
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Table 1 to Subpart E of Part 300— Determination of Commission Regulatory Area 2C Annual Commercial Allocation From the Annual Combined Catch Limit for Halibut
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Table 2 to Subpart E of Part 300—Determination of Commission Regulatory Area 3A Annual Commercial Allocation From the Annual Combined Catch Limit for Halibut
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Table 3 to Subpart E of Part 300—Determination of Commission Regulatory Area 2C Annual Charter Halibut Allocation From the Annual Combined Catch Limit
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Table 4 to Subpart E of Part 300—Determination of Commission Regulatory Area 3A Annual Charter Halibut Allocation From the Annual Combined Catch Limit
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Subpart F—FRASER RIVER SOCKEYE AND PINK SALMON FISHERIES

§300.90
Purpose and scope.
§300.91
Definitions.
§300.92
Relation to other laws.
§300.93
Reporting requirements.
§300.94
Prohibitions and restrictions.
§300.95
Treaty Indian fisheries.
§300.96
Penalties.
§300.97
Inseason orders.
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Subpart G—ANTARCTIC MARINE LIVING RESOURCES

§300.100
Purpose and scope.
§300.101
Definitions.
§300.102
Relationship to other treaties, conventions, laws, and regulations.
§300.103
Procedure for according protection to CCAMLR Ecosystem Monitoring Program Sites.
§300.104
Scientific research.
§300.105
Initiating a new fishery.
§300.106
Exploratory fisheries.
§300.107
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements.
§300.108
Vessel and gear identification.
§300.109
Gear disposal.
§300.110
Mesh size.
§300.112
Harvesting permits.
§300.113
Scientific observers.
§300.114
Dealer permits and preapproval.
§300.115
Appointment of a designated representative.
§300.116
Requirements for a vessel monitoring system for U.S. vessels.
§300.117
Prohibitions.
§300.118
Facilitation of enforcement and inspection.
§300.119
Penalties.
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Figure 1 to Subpart G of Part 300—Boundaries of the Statistical Reporting Area in the Southern Ocean
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Figure 2 to Subpart G of Part 300—The Use of Streamer Lines To Minimize the Incidental Mortality of Seabirds in the Course of Longline Fishing or Longline Fishing Research Operations in the Convention Area
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Subpart H—VESSELS OF THE UNITED STATES FISHING IN COLOMBIAN TREATY WATERS

§300.120
Purpose.
§300.121
Definitions.
§300.122
Relation to other laws.
§300.123
Certificates and permits.
§300.124
Recordkeeping and reporting.
§300.125
Vessel identification.
§300.126
Prohibitions.
§300.127
Facilitation of enforcement.
§300.128
Penalties.
§300.129
Fishing year.
§300.130
Vessel and gear restrictions.
§300.131
Conch harvest limitations.
§300.132
Lobster harvest limitations.
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Subpart I—UNITED STATES-CANADA FISHERIES ENFORCEMENT

§300.140
Purpose and scope.
§300.141
Definitions.
§300.142
Prohibitions.
§300.143
Facilitation of enforcement.
§300.144
Penalties and sanctions.
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Subpart J—U.S. NATIONALS FISHING IN RUSSIAN FISHERIES

§300.150
Purpose.
§300.151
Definitions.
§300.152
Procedures.
§300.153
Permit issuance.
§300.154
Recordkeeping and reporting.
§300.155
Requirements.
§300.156
Prohibited acts.
§300.157
Penalties.
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Subpart K—TRANSPORTATION AND LABELING OF FISH OR WILDLIFE

§300.160
Requirement for marking of containers or packages.
§300.161
Alternatives and exceptions.
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Subpart L—PACIFIC ALBACORE TUNA FISHERIES

§300.170
Purpose and scope.
§300.171
Definitions.
§300.172
Vessel list.
§300.173
Vessel identification.
§300.174
Logbook reports.
§300.175
Hail-in and hail-out reports.
§300.176
Prohibitions.
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Subpart M—INTERNATIONAL TRADE DOCUMENTATION AND TRACKING PROGRAMS FOR HIGHLY MIGRATORY SPECIES

§300.180
Purpose and scope.
§300.181
Definitions.
§300.182
HMS international trade permit.
§300.183
Permit holder reporting and recordkeeping requirements.
§300.184
Species subject to permitting, documentation, reporting, and recordkeeping requirements.
§300.185
Documentation, reporting and recordkeeping requirements for consignment documents and re-export certificates.
§300.186
Completed and approved documents.
§300.187
Validation requirements.
§300.188
Ports of entry.
§300.189
Prohibitions.
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Subpart N—IDENTIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION OF NATIONS

§300.200
Purpose and scope.
§300.201
Definitions.
§300.202
Identification and certification of nations engaged in illegal, unreported, or unregulated fishing activities.
§300.203
Identification and certification of nations engaged in bycatch of protected living marine resources.
§300.204
Identification and certification of nations whose vessels are engaged in shark catch.
§300.205
Effect of certification.
§300.206
Denial of port privileges and import restrictions on fish or fish products.
§300.207
Alternative procedures for nations identified as having vessels engaged in IUU fishing activities that are not certified in this subpart.
§300.208
Alternative procedures for nations identified as having vessels engaged in bycatch of PLMRs that are not certified in this subpart.
§300.209
Alternative procedures for nations identified as having vessels engaged in shark catch that are not certified in this subpart.
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Subpart O—WESTERN AND CENTRAL PACIFIC FISHERIES FOR HIGHLY MIGRATORY SPECIES

§300.210
Purpose and scope.
§300.211
Definitions.
§300.212
Vessel permit endorsements.
§300.213
Vessel information.
§300.214
Compliance with laws of other nations.
§300.215
Observers.
§300.216
Transshipping, bunkering and net sharing.
§300.217
Vessel identification.
§300.218
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements.
§300.219
Vessel monitoring system.
§300.220
Confidentiality of information.
§300.221
Facilitation of enforcement and inspection.
§300.222
Prohibitions.
§300.223
Purse seine fishing restrictions.
§300.224
Longline fishing restrictions.
§300.225
Eastern High Seas Special Management Area.
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Subpart P—VESSELS ON IUU VESSEL LISTS

§300.300
Purpose and scope.
§300.301
Definitions.
§300.302
Port entry by foreign, listed IUU vessels.
§300.303
Port access by foreign, listed IUU vessels.
§300.304
Prohibitions.


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