Alaska Statutes.
Title 16. Fish and Game
Chapter 10. Fisheries and Fishing Regulations
Section 800. Definitions.
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AS 16.10.800. Definitions.

In AS 16.10.750 - 16.10.800,

(1) "high seas interception," "interception," or a similar term means the unauthorized catching, taking, or harvesting of salmon for other than sport, subsistence, or personal use purposes,

(A) throughout the migratory range of each species, by a vessel not registered under the laws of this state; or

(B) beyond the territorial sea of the state by a vessel registered under the laws of the state;

(2) "knowing" or "knowingly" has the meaning given for "knowingly" in AS 11.81.900 (a);

(3) "process" means affecting the condition or location of salmon, including preparation, packaging, storage, refrigeration, or transportation;

(4) "reckless disregard" has the meaning given for "recklessly" in AS 11.81.900(a);

(5) "salmon" means Pacific salmon and steelhead, and parts of Pacific salmon and steelhead, whether mature or immature, processed or unprocessed; and

(6) "unauthorized" means contrary to a statute or regulation of the United States or the state, or to a treaty or international fishery agreement, or in violation of a foreign law.

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