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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 16. Fish and Game
- Chapter 10. Fisheries and Fishing Regulations
- Section 760. Trafficking in Intercepted Salmon.
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. Falsification Related to High Seas Interception of Salmon.
AS 16.10.760. Trafficking in Intercepted Salmon.
- (a) A person commits the offense of trafficking in intercepted salmon if the person
- (1) buys, sells, trades, processes, or possesses salmon, or attempts to buy, sell, trade, process, or possess salmon, with
reckless disregard that the salmon has been, or will be, obtained by high seas interception;
- (2) knowingly provides financing, premises, equipment, supplies, services, power, or fuel used to buy, sell, trade,
process, or possess salmon that has been, or will be, obtained by high seas interception; or
- (3) acts as a broker or middleman, or otherwise acts on behalf of another party, to arrange for or negotiate, or attempts
to arrange for or negotiate, the purchase, sale, trade, processing, or possession of salmon, with reckless disregard
that the salmon has been, or will be, obtained by high seas interception.
- (b) Trafficking in intercepted salmon is a class C felony.
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