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Title 50Chapter IIIPart 300Subpart H → §300.126


Title 50: Wildlife and Fisheries
PART 300—INTERNATIONAL FISHERIES REGULATIONS
Subpart H—Vessels of the United States Fishing in Colombian Treaty Waters


§300.126   Prohibitions.

In addition to the general prohibitions specified in §600.725 of this title and the prohibited acts specified in §300.4, it is unlawful for any person to do any of the following:

(a) Fish in treaty waters without the certificate and permit aboard, or fail to display the certificate and permit, as specified in §300.123(a) and (f).

(b) Fail to notify the Regional Administrator of a change in application information, as specified in §300.123(j).

(c) Fail to report a vessel's arrival in and departure from treaty waters, as required by §300.124(a).

(d) Falsify or fail to display and maintain vessel identification, as required by §300.125.

(e) Fail to comply immediately with instructions and signals issued by an enforcement officer of the Republic of Colombia, as specified in §300.127.

(f) Operate a factory vessel in treaty waters, as specified in §300.130(a).

(g) Use a monofilament gillnet in treaty waters, as specified in §300.130(b).

(h) Use autonomous or semi-autonomous diving equipment in treaty waters, as specified in §300.130(c).

(i) Use or possess in treaty waters a lobster trap or fish trap without a degradable panel, as specified in §300.130(d).

(j) Possess conch smaller than the minimum size limit, as specified in §300.131(a).

(k) Fish for or possess conch in the closed area or during the closed season, as specified in §300.131(b) and (c).

(l) Retain on board a berried lobster or strip eggs from or otherwise molest a berried lobster, as specified in §300.132(a).

(m) Possess a lobster smaller than the minimum size, as specified in §300.132(b).

(n) Fail to return immediately to the water unharmed a berried or undersized lobster, as specified in §300.132(a) and (b).

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