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In furtherance of the compact provisions, there are three members of the commission from the State of Alaska, appointed by the governor and confirmed by the legislature in joint session. One commissioner must be the administrative or other officer of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game charged with the conservation of the state's marine fisheries resource; another commissioner must be a member of the legislature of this state who is a member of the committee on resources; and another member must be a citizen of this state who has a wide knowledge of and interest in the marine fisheries problem.
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