Washington Revised Code Title 77. Fish and Wildlife § 77.65.190. Emergency salmon delivery license--Fees--Nontransferable, nonrenewable
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A person who does not qualify for a license under RCW 77.70.090 shall obtain a nontransferable emergency salmon delivery license to make one delivery from a commercial fishing vessel of salmon taken for commercial purposes in offshore waters. As used in this section, “delivery” means arrival at a place or port, and include arrivals from offshore waters to waters within the state and arrivals ashore from offshore waters. The director shall not issue an emergency salmon delivery license unless, as determined by the director, a bona fide emergency exists. The license fee is two hundred seventy-five dollars for residents and six hundred sixty dollars for nonresidents. The application fee is one hundred five dollars. An applicant for an emergency salmon delivery license shall designate no more than one vessel that will be used with the license. Alternate operator licenses are not required of persons delivering salmon under an emergency salmon delivery license. Emergency salmon delivery licenses are not renewable.
(b)(1) Except as provided in paragraph (2) of this subsection, for proceedings before a county board under § 6-202 of this subtitle, the hearing examiner shall be an attorney admitted to practice before the Maryland Court of Appeals.
(2) In Anne Arundel County, for proceedings before the Anne Arundel County Board under § 6-202 of this subtitle, the hearing examiner may, but need not, be an attorney.
(3) The hearing examiner shall be chosen by the county board.
(4) In Calvert and Charles counties, the hearing examiner may not be the attorney to the county board or be connected in any way with that attorney.
(5) In Carroll and Howard counties, the hearing examiner may not be a partner or an employee of the law firm representing the county board.
(c) The hearing examiner shall submit to the county board and appellant:
(1) A record of the proceedings and exhibits; and
(2) The hearing examiner's findings of fact, conclusions of law, and recommendation.
(d) Parties to the proceedings before the hearing examiner may make arguments before the county board.
(e)(1) After it reviews the record and the recommendation of the hearing examiner, the county board shall make a decision.
(2) The decision may be appealed to the State Board as provided in this article.
(f) Each county board shall adopt reasonable rules and regulations to regulate the proceedings before the hearing examiner.
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