Keeping record of food fish received and bought
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(1) Every fish canner, fish buyer, retail fish dealer, fish bait dealer or wholesale fish dealer shall keep a record, of all food fish received and bought, in accordance with rules promulgated by the State Fish and Wildlife Commission. Such information may be required as is necessary to enable the commission to carry out its duties of conservation, protection, administration or enforcement under the commercial fishing laws without imposing undue hardship on the licensees.
(2) At least one copy of this record shall be kept:
(a) On each boat, vessel, scow, pickup boat or other craft, truck, automobile, motor vehicle or other vehicle of any kind whatsoever used in buying, receiving or transporting the fish.
(b) By the canner, buyer, retailer, fish bait dealer or wholesaler.
(3) This record is subject to inspection by the commissioners, the State Fish and Wildlife Director, the authorized agent of the director, or any duly authorized police officer. This record shall be transmitted to the office of the director at such times and in such manner as the commission directs.
(4) Every person shall always keep open to inspection by the commission or its agent any books, records, papers or memoranda which are pertinent to the administration of ORS 508.505 (Additional fees based on value of fish at time of landing) to 508.540 (Failure to keep or submit records or to pay fee). For the purpose of ascertaining the correctness of any fee record or report or the number of pounds or value of fish upon which the additional fee is based or such other information as may be necessary to the administration of ORS 508.505 (Additional fees based on value of fish at time of landing) to 508.540 (Failure to keep or submit records or to pay fee), the commission or its agent may inspect such books, records, papers or memoranda.
(5) Restaurants licensed under ORS 624.020 (License) shall keep a record of all fresh or frozen fish received or bought while such fish are in the restaurant’s possession. This record shall be subject to inspection by the commissioners, the director, the authorized agent of the director, or any duly authorized police officer. An invoice or receipt shall be adequate for the purposes of this subsection. [Formerly 508.340; 1969 c.172 §5; 1971 c.540 §11; 1973 c.437 §1; 1977 c.242 §5; 1991 c.701 §9]
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