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Title 50 Wildlife and Fisheries Part / Section
Chapter II National Marine Fisheries Service, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce 200 – 299
Subchapter C Marine Mammals 216 – 229
Part 216 Regulations Governing the Taking and Importing of Marine Mammals 216.1 – 216.108
Subpart A Introduction 216.1 – 216.8
Subpart B Prohibitions 216.11 – 216.19
Subpart C General Exceptions 216.21 – 216.27
Subpart D Special Exceptions 216.30 – 216.49
Subpart E Designated Ports 216.50
§ 216.50 Importation at designated ports.
Subpart F Pribilof Islands, Taking for Subsistence Purposes 216.71 – 216.74
§ 216.71 Allowable take of fur seals.
§ 216.72 Restrictions on subsistence use of fur seals.
§ 216.73 Disposition of fur seal parts.
§ 216.74 Cooperation between fur seal subsistence users, tribal and Federal officials.
Subpart G Pribilof Islands Administration 216.81 – 216.87
Subpart H Dolphin Safe Tuna Labeling 216.90 – 216.95
§ 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.
Subpart I General Regulations Governing Small Takes of Marine Mammals Incidental to Specified Activities 216.101 – 216.108
Subparts J-X [Reserved]
Figure 1 to Part 216
Northern Fur Seal Breeding Areas (Rookeries) and Hauling Grounds on St. George Island, Alaska