50 CFR 680.6 - Crab economic data report (EDR).

§ 680.6 Crab economic data report (EDR).
Persons participating in the CR crab fisheries are required to submit the EDRs described in this section for various permit applications to be considered complete. Use these tables to complete the EDRs described in this section: Table 1, Crab Rationalization (CR) Fisheries; Table 2, Crab Species Codes; Table 3c, Crab Product Codes for the EDRs; Table 4, Crab Process Codes; Table 5, Crab Size Codes; and Table 6, Crab Grade Codes.
(a) Catcher vessel historical EDR.
(1) NMFS will select catcher vessels from a list of known catcher vessels, as determined by NMFS, that made at least one landing from fisheries listed in Table 1 to this part between January 1, 1998, through December 31, 2004, and will publish a Federal Register notice identifying vessels whose existing or former owners and leaseholders are required to submit an EDR, as follows:
(i) Owners or leaseholders of catcher vessels that participated in the BSAI crab fisheries between January 1, 1998, through December 31, 2004, and have received an allocation of QS, PQS, IFQ, or IPQ.
(ii) Owners or leaseholders of catcher vessels that participated in the BSAI crab fisheries between January 1, 1998, through December 31, 2004, that did not qualify for and receive QS, PQS, IFQ, or IPQ, but were participants at any time since January 23, 2004, in the BSAI crab fisheries.
(2) Time limit. The owner or leaseholder of the identified vessels must submit the historical EDR to the DCA 90 days after the Federal Register notice notifying owners or leaseholders, to the address provided on the form.
(3) Instructions. Instructions for submitting a catcher vessel historical EDR and certification page are specified in the following table:
If you were . . . And . . . You must complete and submit . . .
(i) The catcher vessel owner as described in paragraph (a)(1) of this section (A) You harvested BSAI crab in the vessel described at paragraph (a)(4)(ii)(B) of this section and were notified by NMFS to submit an EDR for selected years Entire EDR for each year that BSAI crab was harvested.
(B) No one harvested BSAI crab in the vessel described at paragraph (a)(4)(ii)(B) of this section and you were notified by NMFS to submit an EDR for selected years EDR certification pages.
(C) You leased the vessel to another party, and harvested no BSAI crab in the vessel described at paragraph (a)(4)(ii)(B) of this section and were notified by NMFS to submit an EDR for selected years (1) EDR certification pages.
(2) Provide the name, business address, and telephone number of the person to whom you leased the vessel during the NMFS-selected years.
(D) You leased the vessel for a portion of the year to another party, but harvested some BSAI crab in the vessel described at paragraph (a)(4)(ii)(B) of this section and were notified by NMFS to submit an EDR for selected years (1) Entire EDR for each year that BSAI crab was harvested.
(2) Provide the name, business address, and telephone number of the person to whom you leased the vessel during the NMFS-selected years.
(ii) The leaseholder as described in paragraph (a)(1) of this section You harvested BSAI crab in the vessel described at paragraph (a)(4)(ii)(B) of this section vessel and were notified by NMFS to submit an EDR for selected years Entire EDR for each year that BSAI crab was harvested.
(4) EDR certification pages.
(i) The owner or leaseholder must submit the EDR certification pages either:
(A) As part of the entire EDR. The owner or leaseholder must submit the completed EDR certification pages as part of the entire EDR and must attest to the accuracy and completion of the EDR by signing and dating the certification pages; or
(B) As a separate document. The owner or leaseholder must submit the completed EDR certification pages only, and must attest that they meet the conditions exempting them from submitting the EDR, by signing and dating the certification pages (see paragraph (a)(3) of this section).
(ii) The owner, leaseholder, or designated representative must submit the following information on the certification pages:
(A) Calendar year of EDR. Calendar year for which the vessel must submit the EDR;
(B) Catcher vessel information. Vessel name, USCG documentation number, ADF&G vessel registration number, crab LLP license number(s), current estimated market value of vessel and equipment, and replacement value of vessel and equipment.
(C) Owner information. Name of company, partnership, or sole proprietorship and business telephone number, facsimile number, and e-mail address (if available).
(D) Designated representative. Any owner or leaseholder may appoint a designated representative who is an individual for responding to questions on the EDR and must ensure that the designated representative complies with the regulations in this part. The designated representative is the primary contact person for the DCA on issues relating to data required in the EDR.
(E) Person completing this report. (1) Indicate whether the person completing this report is the owner, leaseholder, or designated representative;
(2) If the owner is the person completing this report, check the correct box. If the name and address of the owner provided in paragraph (a)(4)(ii)(C) of this section is the same as the name and address of the person completing the EDR, the information does not need to be repeated here; and
(3) Name of person, title, and business telephone number, facsimile number, and e-mail address (if available).
(5) EDR. The owner or leaseholder must record the following information on an EDR:
(i) BSAI Crab activity chart. Complete a crab activity chart by entering the following information: CR fishery code, ADF&G Fish ticket number(s), number of days at sea, average crew size (including captain), and number of pots lost (if applicable).
(ii) Crab sales gross revenue. CR fishery code, pounds sold, and gross revenue.
(iii) CDQ crab lease costs. CR fishery code, pounds leased, and total cost of lease. If you did not participate in CDQ fisheries, indicate N/A.
(iv) Crab harvesting labor costs. CR fishery code, number of crew earning shares (excluding captain), total crew share payment, and captain's share payment.
(v) BSAI crab crew residence. For employees that participated in BSAI crab harvesting, record the locations where they reside and the number of employees that are from each residential location, as follows:
(A) If Alaska, enter primary city of residence.
(B) If state other than Alaska, enter primary state of residence.
(C) If country other than United States, enter primary country of residence.
(vi) BSAI crab-specific vessel costs. For the fishing year being reported, record insurance premiums (for hull, property and indemnity, and pollution), insurance deductible fees, quantity and cost of pots purchased, line, and other crab fishing gear purchases, pounds and cost of bait by species, gallons and cost of fuel, cost of lubrication and hydraulic fluids, cost of food and provisions for crew, other crew costs, freight costs of supplies shipped to you for the vessel, freight costs for landed crab, storage, observer costs, fish taxes, and other crab-specific costs.
(vii) Vessel-specific costs. Record the total annual costs for each category. If the reported total cost is not exclusively for BSAI crab operations, place an “X” in the COST RELATED TO MORE THAN JUST CRAB FISHING column. The agency or contracted analyst will prorate this amount over all fishing activities. Indicate capitalized expenditures for vessel, gear and equipment; repair and maintenance (R&M) expenses for vessel, gear and equipment; and other vessel-specific costs (specify).
(viii) Labor payment details.
(A) Indicate with an “X” in the appropriate column whether the following expenses were deducted, directly charged, or not deducted or directly charged from the total revenue before calculating the crew payments in BSAI fisheries: fuel and lubrication, food and provisions, bait, fish tax, observer costs, CDQ fish, freight, gear loss, and other (specify).
(B) Indicate percentage of the net share that was applied to boat share and crew share (including captain).
(ix) Annual totals for all fisheries. For the calendar year, record the total days at sea, gross revenue, round pounds caught (excluding discards), and labor costs for your fishing activities in all fisheries in which you participated (crab, groundfish, etc.).
(b) Catcher vessel annual EDR—
(1) Requirement. On or before June 28 of each year, any owner or leaseholder of a catcher vessel that landed crab from a CR fishery must submit to the DCA, at the address provided on the form, an EDR for annual data for the previous calendar year. For the year 2005, the annual EDR is due on or before June 28, 2006.
(2) Instructions. Instructions for submitting a catcher vessel annual EDR and certification page are specified in the following table:
If you are . . . And . . . You must complete and submit . . .
(i) The catcher vessel owner (A) You harvested BSAI crab in the vessel described at paragraph (b)(3)(ii)(B) of this section during this calendar year Entire EDR.
(B) No one harvested BSAI crab in the vessel described at paragraph (b)(3)(ii)(B) of this section during this year EDR certification pages.
(C) You leased the vessel to another party, and harvested no BSAI crab in the vessel described at paragraph (b)(3)(ii)(B) of this section during this calendar year (1) EDR certification pages.
(2) Provide the name, address, and telephone number of the person to whom you leased the vessel during this calendar year.
(D) You leased the vessel for a portion of the year to another party, but harvested some BSAI crab in the vessel described at paragraph (b)(3)(ii)(B) of this section during this calendar year (1) Entire EDR.
(2) Provide the name, address, and telephone number of the person to whom you leased the vessel during this calendar year.
(ii) The leaseholder You harvested BSAI crab in the vessel described at paragraph (b)(3)(ii)(B) of this section vessel during this calendar year Entire EDR.
(3) EDR certification pages.
(i) The owner or leaseholder must submit the EDR certification pages either:
(A) As part of the entire EDR. The owner or leaseholder must submit the completed EDR certification pages as part of the entire EDR and must attest to the accuracy and completion of the EDR by signing and dating the certification pages; or
(B) As a separate document. The owner or leaseholder must submit the completed EDR certification pages only, and must attest that they meet the conditions exempting them from submitting the EDR, by signing and dating the certification pages.
(ii) The owner or leaseholder must submit the following information on the certification pages:
(A) Calendar year of EDR. Calendar year of reporting year;
(B) Catcher vessel information. Catcher vessel name, USCG documentation number, ADF&G vessel registration number, Federal crab vessel permit number, crab LLP license number(s), current estimated market value of vessel and equipment, and replacement value of vessel and equipment;
(C) Owner information. Name of company, partnership, or sole proprietorship and business telephone number, facsimile number, and e-mail address (if available);
(D) Designated representative. Any owner or leaseholder may appoint a designated representative who is an individual for responding to questions on the EDR and must ensure that the designated representative complies with the regulations in this part. The designated representative is the primary contact person for the DCA on issues relating to data required in the EDR.
(E) Person completing this report. (1) Indicate whether the person completing this report is the owner, leaseholder, or designated representative;
(2) If the owner is the person completing this report, check the correct box. If the name and address of the owner provided in paragraph (b)(3)(ii)(C) of this section are the same as the name and address of the person completing the EDR, the information does not need to be repeated here; and
(3) Name of person, title, and business telephone number, facsimile number, and e-mail address (if available).
(4) EDR. The owner or leaseholder must record the following information on an EDR.
(i) BSAI Crab activity chart. Complete a crab activity chart by entering the following information: CR fishery code, ADF&G Fish ticket number(s), number of days at sea, average crew size (including captain), and number of pots lost (if applicable).
(ii) Crab sales, gross revenue. CR fishery code, species code, pounds sold, and gross revenue;
(iii) CDQ and IFQ crab leases. CR fishery code, species code, pounds leased, and total cost of leasing the quota. If you did not participate in CDQ or IFQ fisheries, indicate N/A.
(iv) Crab harvesting labor costs—
(A) Standard crew payment (shares) for non-IFQ crew and/or captains. CR fishery code, number of crew earning shares, total crew share payment, and captain's share payment;
(B) Payments to IFQ-holding crew and/or captains. CR fishery code, number of crew contributing IFQ shares, pounds of IFQ contributed by crew, total payment to crew for IFQ and shares (for all crab caught, and residual profit on their IFQ), pounds of IFQ contributed by captain, and payment to captain for IFQ and shares (for all fish caught, and residual profit on their IFQ);
(v) BSAI crab crew residence—
(A) Employees with crew license. Record the Alaska Commercial Crew license number or the State of Alaska Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission (CFEC) gear operator permit number, and location of crew residence (city and state);
(B) Employees without crew license. Record the locations where they reside and the number of employees that are from each residential location as follows:
(1) If Alaska, enter primary city of residence;
(2) If state other than Alaska, enter primary state of residence; or
(3) If country other than United States, enter primary country of residence.
(vi) BSAI crab-specific vessel costs. Insurance premiums (hull, property and indemnity, and pollution), insurance deductible fees, pots purchased, line and other gear purchases, pounds and cost of bait by species, gallons and cost of fuel, lubrication and hydraulic fluids, food and provisions for crew, other crew costs, freight costs of supplies shipped to you for the vessel, freight costs for landed crab, storage, observer costs, fish taxes, other crab-specific costs (specify), and fishing cooperative costs.
(vii) Vessel-specific costs. Record the total annual costs for each category. If the reported total cost is not exclusively for BSAI crab operations, place an “X” in the COST RELATED TO MORE THAN JUST CRAB FISHING column. The agency or contracted analyst will prorate this amount over all fishing activities. Indicate capitalized expenditures for vessel, gear and equipment (city and state where purchased); R&M expenses for vessel, gear and equipment (city and state where repairs were made); and other vessel-specific costs (specify).
(viii) Labor payment details.
(A) Indicate with an “X” in the appropriate column whether the following expenses were deducted, directly charged, or not deducted or directly charged from the total revenue before calculating the crew payments in BSAI crab fisheries: fuel and lubrication, food and provisions, bait, fish tax, observer costs, CDQ fish, IFQ leases, freight, gear loss, and other (specify);
(B) Indicate percentage of the net share that is applied to boat share and crew share (including captain).
(ix) Annual totals for all fisheries. For the calendar year, record the total days at sea, gross revenue, round pounds caught (excluding discards), and labor costs for your fishing activities in all fisheries in which you participated (crab, groundfish, etc.).
(c) Catcher/processor historical EDR—
(1) Requirement. Any owner or leaseholder of a catcher/processor that harvested or processed BSAI crab in the calendar years 1998, 2001, or 2004 must submit to the DCA, at the address provided on the form, an EDR for historical data for each of the specified calendar years, if they:
(i) Received an allocation of QS, PQS, IFQ, or IPQ under this program;
(ii) Did not qualify for and receive QS, PQS, IFQ, or IPQ, but are participants at any time since January 23, 2004, in the BSAI crab fisheries.
(2) Time limit. Any owner or leaseholder of the catcher/processor described in paragraph (c)(4)(ii)(B) of this section must submit the historical EDR to the DCA by June 30, 2005, at the address provided on the form.
(3) Instructions. Instructions for submitting a catcher/processor historical EDR and certification page are specified in the following table:
If you were . . . And . . . You must complete and submit . . .
(i) The catcher/processor owner described in paragraph of this section (A) You processed BSAI crab in the vessel described at paragraph (c)(4)(ii)(B) of this section during 1998, 2001, or 2004 Entire EDR for each year that BSAI crab was processed.
(B) No one processed BSAI crab in the vessel described at paragraph (c)(4)(ii)(B) of this section during 1998, 2001, or 2004 EDR certification pages for each year that no one processed BSAI crab.
(C) You leased your catcher/processor to another party, and processed no BSAI crab in the vessel described at paragraph (c)(4)(ii)(B) of this section during 1998, 2001, or 2004 (1) EDR certification pages.
(2) Provide the name, business address, and telephone number of the person to whom you leased the catcher/processor during 1998, 2001, or 2004.
(D) You leased your catcher/processor for a portion of the year to another party, but processed some BSAI crab in the vessel described at paragraph (c)(4)(ii)(B) of this section during 1998, 2001, or 2004 (1) Entire EDR for each year that BSAI crab was processed.
(2) Provide the name, business address, and telephone number of the person to whom you leased the catcher/processor during 1998, 2001, or 2004.
(ii) The leaseholder described in paragraph (c)(1) of this section You processed BSAI crab in the vessel described at paragraph (c)(4)(ii)(B) of this section during 1998, 2001, or 2004 Entire EDR for each year that BSAI crab was processed.
(4) EDR certification pages.
(i) The owner or leaseholder must submit the EDR certification page either:
(A) As part of the entire EDR. The owner or leaseholder must submit the completed EDR certification pages as part of the entire EDR and must attest to the accuracy and completion of the EDR by signing and dating the certification pages; or
(B) As a separate document. If the owner or leaseholder did not process BSAI crab in 1998, 2001, or 2004, he or she must submit the completed EDR certification pages only, and must attest that he or she meets the conditions exempting him or her from submitting the EDR, by signing and dating the certification pages, for each year of 1998, 2001, or 2004 that this applies.
(ii) The owner or leaseholder must submit the following information on the certification pages;
(A) Calendar year of EDR. Calendar year corresponding to 1998, 2001, or 2004;
(B) Catcher/processor information. Catcher/processor name, USCG documentation number, ADF&G processor code, crab LLP license number(s), current estimated market value of vessel and equipment, and replacement value of vessel and equipment.
(C) Owner information. Name of company, partnership, or sole proprietorship and business telephone number, facsimile number, and e-mail address (if available).
(D) Designated representative. Any owner or leaseholder may appoint a designated representative who is an individual for responding to questions on the EDR and must ensure that the designated representative complies with the regulations in this part. The designated representative is the primary contact person for the DCA on issues relating to data required in the EDR.
(E) Person completing this report. (1) Indicate whether the person completing this report is the owner, leaseholder, or designated representative;
(2) If the owner is the person completing this report, check the correct box. If the name and address of the owner provided in paragraph (c)(4)(ii)(C) of this section are the same as the name and address of the person completing the EDR, the information does not need to be repeated here; and
(3) Name of person, title, and business telephone number, facsimile number, and e-mail address (if available).
(5) EDR. The owner or leaseholder must record the following information on an EDR.
(i) BSAI crab activity chart. Complete a crab activity chart by entering the following information: CR fishery code; dates covered (beginning and ending day, month and year); number of days at sea; number of crab processing days, and number of pots lost (if applicable).
(ii) BSAI crab production. CR fishery code, raw crab pounds, product code, process code, crab size, crab grade, box size, finished pounds, and whether custom processed (yes or no).
(iii) Crab harvesting labor costs. CR fishery code, number of crew earning shares, total crew share payment, and captain's share payment.
(iv) Crab processing labor costs. CR fishery code, number of crew with pay determined by processing work, average number of crab processing positions, and total processing labor payment.
(v) BSAI crab crew residence. For employees that participated in BSAI crab harvesting and processing, record the locations where they reside and the number of employees that are from each residential location, as follows:
(A) If Alaska, enter primary city of residence;
(B) If state other than Alaska, enter primary state of residence;
(C) If country other than United States, enter primary country of residence;
(vi) BSAI crab custom processing done for you. CR fishery code, raw crab pounds supplied to custom processors, raw crab pounds purchased from custom processors, product code, process code, crab size, crab grade, box size, finished pounds, and processing fee.
(vii) Raw crab purchases from delivering vessels. CR fishery code, crab size, crab grade, raw crab pounds purchased, and gross payment.
(viii) CDQ Crab Costs (leases). CR fishery code, pounds leased, and total cost. If you did not participate in CDQ or IFQ fisheries, indicate N/A.
(ix) Annual BSAI crab sales. Record the following information on crab sales to affiliated entities and to unaffiliated entities: species code, product code, process code, crab size, crab grade, box size, finished pounds, and FOB Alaska Revenues.
(x) BSAI crab-specific vessel costs. Insurance premiums (hull, property and indemnity, and pollution); insurance deductible fees; total of fisheries taxes which includes the Alaska fisheries business tax, Alaska fisheries resource landing tax, SMAA taxes, and other local sales tax on raw fish; pots purchased (quantity and cost); line and other crab fishing gear purchases; bait (by each CR fishery code, species, pounds and cost); fuel (by CR fishery code, gallons and cost); lubrication and hydraulic fluids; food and provisions for crew; other crew costs; processing and packaging materials, equipment and supplies; re-packing costs, broker fees and promotions for BSAI crab sales (by CR fishery code); observer costs (by CR fishery code); freight costs for supplies to the vessel; freight and handling costs for processed crab products from the vessel; product storage; gear storage; and other crab-specific costs (specify).
(xi) Vessel-specific costs. Record the total annual costs for each category. If the reported total cost is not exclusively for BSAI crab operations, place an “X” in the COST RELATED TO MORE THAN JUST CRAB FISHING column. The agency or contracted analyst will prorate this amount over all fishing activities. Indicate capitalized expenditures for vessel, gear and equipment; R&M expenses for vessel, gear and equipment (city and state where repairs were made); number of employees and salaries for foremen, managers, and other employees not included in direct labor costs; and other vessel-specific costs (specify).
(xii) BSAI crab custom processing performed for others. CR Fishery code, product code, process code, and processing revenue.
(xiii) Annual totals for all fisheries. For the calendar year, record the total processing days, total days at sea, gross revenue, finished pounds processed, round pounds caught (excluding discards), and labor costs for your fishing and processing activities in all fisheries in which you participated (crab, groundfish, etc.).
(xiv) Labor payment details.
(A) Indicate with an “X” in the appropriate column whether the following expenses were deducted, directly charged, or not deducted or directly charged from the total revenue before calculating the crew payments in BSAI fisheries: fuel and lubrication, food and provisions, bait, fish tax, observer costs, CDQ fish, freight, gear loss, and other (specify).
(B) Indicate percentage of the net share that was applied to boat share and harvesting crew share (including captain).
(C) If processing workers were paid on a share system, indicate percentage of the net share (if applicable) that was applied to processing workers based on product value or net share.
(d) Catcher/processor annual EDR—
(1) Requirement. On or before June 28 of each year, any owner or leaseholder of a catcher/processor that landed or processed crab from a CR fishery must submit to the DCA, at the address provided on the form, an EDR for annual data for the previous calendar year. For the year 2005, the annual EDR is due on or before June 28, 2006.
(2) Instructions. Instructions for submitting a catcher/processor annual EDR and certification page are specified in the following table:
If you are . . . And . . . You must complete and submit . . .
(i) The catcher/processor owner (A) You processed BSAI crab in the vessel described at paragraph (d)(3)(ii)(B) of this section during this calendar year Entire EDR.
(B) No one processed BSAI crab in the vessel described at paragraph (d)(3)(ii)(B) of this section during this calendar year EDR certification pages.
(C) You leased all of your IPQ to another party, and processed no BSAI crab in the vessel described at paragraph (d)(3)(ii)(B) of this section during this calendar year (1) EDR certification pages.
(2) Provide the name, address, and telephone number of the person to whom you leased the IPQ during this calendar year.
(D) You leased portions of your IPQ to another party, but processed some BSAI crab in the vessel described at paragraph (d)(3)(ii)(B) of this section during this calendar year (1) Entire EDR.
(2) Provide the name, address, and telephone number of the person to whom you leased the IPQ during this calendar year.
(ii) The leaseholder described in paragraph (d)(1) of this section You processed BSAI crab in the described in vessel described at paragraph paragraph (d)(3)(ii)(B) of this section this section during this calendar year Entire EDR.
(3) EDR certification pages.
(i) The owner or leaseholder must submit the EDR certification pages either:
(A) As part of the entire EDR. The owner or leaseholder must submit the completed EDR certification pages as part of the entire EDR and must attest to the accuracy and completion of the EDR by signing and dating the certification pages; or
(B) As a separate document. The owner or leaseholder must submit the completed EDR certification pages only, and must attest that they meet the conditions exempting them from submitting the EDR, by signing and dating the certification pages.
(ii) The owner or leaseholder must submit the following information on the certification pages:
(A) Calendar year of EDR. Calendar year for the reporting year;
(B) Catcher/processor information. Catcher/processor name, USCG documentation number, ADF&G processor code, RCR permit number, crab LLP license number(s), current estimated market value of vessel and equipment, and replacement value of vessel and equipment.
(C) Owner information. Name of company, partnership, or sole proprietorship and business telephone number, facsimile number, and e-mail address (if available).
(D) Designated representative. Any owner or leaseholder may appoint a designated representative who is an individual for responding to questions on the EDR and must ensure that the designated representative complies with the regulations in this part. The designated representative is the primary contact person for the DCA on issues relating to data required in the EDR.
(E) Person completing this report. (1) Indicate whether the person completing this report is the owner, leaseholder, or designated representative;
(2) If the owner is the person completing this report, check the correct box. If the name and address of the owner provided in paragraph (d)(3)(ii)(C) of this section are the same as the name and address of the person completing the EDR, the information does not need to be repeated here; and
(3) Name of person, title, and business telephone number, facsimile number, and e-mail address (if available).
(4) EDR. The owner or leaseholder must record the following information on an EDR.
(i) BSAI Crab activity chart. Complete a crab activity chart by entering the following information: CR fishery code, dates covered (beginning and ending day, month and year), number of days at sea, number of crab processing days, and number of pots lost (if applicable).
(ii) BSAI crab production. CR fishery code, species code, raw crab pounds, product code, process code, crab size, crab grade, box size, finished pounds, and whether custom processed (Yes or No).
(iii) Harvesting labor costs. Record the following information for crew if they harvest crab only, or harvest and process crab.
(A) Standard crew payment (shares) for non-IFQ contributing crew and/or captains. CR fishery code, number of crew earning shares, total crew share payment, and captain's share payment.
(B) Payments to IFQ-holding crew and/or captains. CR fishery code, number of crew contributing IFQ shares, pounds of IFQ contributed by crew, total payment to crew for IFQ and shares, pounds of IFQ contributed by captain, and payment to captain for IFQ and shares.
(iv) Crab processing labor costs. CR fishery code, number of crew with pay determined by processing work, average number of crab processing positions, and total processing labor payment.
(v) BSAI crab crew residence—
(A) Employees with crew license. Record the Alaska Commercial Crew license number or the State of Alaska Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission (CFEC) gear operator permit number, and location of crew residence (city and state);
(B) Employees without crew license. Record the locations where they reside and the number of employees that are from each residential location as follows:
(1) If Alaska, enter primary city of residence;
(2) If state other than Alaska, enter primary state of residence; or
(3) If country other than United States, enter primary country of residence.
(vi) BSAI crab custom processing done for you. CR fishery code, species code, raw crab pounds supplied to custom processors, raw crab pounds purchased from custom processors, product code, process code, crab size, crab grade, box size, finished pounds, and processing fee.
(vii) Raw crab purchases from delivering vessels. CR fishery code, species code, crab size, crab grade, raw crab pounds purchased, and gross payment.
(viii) CDQ and IFQ crab costs (leases). For CDQ and IFQ leases enter CR fishery code, species code, pounds leased, and total cost. If you did not participate in CDQ or IFQ fisheries, indicate N/A.
(ix) Annual BSAI crab sales. For affiliated entities and unaffiliated entities enter species code, product code, process code, crab size, crab grade, box size, finished pounds, and FOB Alaska Revenues.
(x) BSAI crab-specific vessel costs. Insurance premiums (hull, property and indemnity, and pollution); insurance deductible fees; total of fisheries taxes which include the Alaska fisheries business tax, Alaska fisheries resource landing tax, SMAA taxes, and other local sales tax on raw fish; pots purchased by city and state (quantity and cost); line and other crab fishing gear purchases by city, state, and cost; bait (by each CR fishery code by city and state, species, pounds, and cost); fuel in gallons and cost by CR fishery code, city and state; lubrication and hydraulic fluids by city and state; food and provisions for crew; other crew costs; processing and packaging materials, equipment and supplies by city and state; re-packing costs; broker fees and promotions for BSAI crab sales (by CR fishery code); observer costs (by CR fishery code); freight costs for products to the vessel; freight and handling costs for processed crab products from the vessel; product storage; gear storage; other crab-specific costs (specify), and fishing cooperative costs.
(xi) Vessel-specific costs. Record the total annual costs for each category. If the reported total cost is not exclusively for BSAI crab operations, place an “X” in the COST RELATED TO MORE THAN JUST CRAB FISHING column. The agency or contracted analyst will prorate this amount over all fishing activities. Indicate capitalized expenditures for vessel, gear and equipment (city and state where purchased); R&M expenses for vessel, gear and equipment (city and state where repairs were made); number of employees and salaries for foremen, managers and other employees not included in direct labor costs; and other vessel-specific costs (specify).
(xii) BSAI crab custom processing performed for others. CR fishery code, species code, product code, process code, and processing revenue.
(xiii) Annual totals for all fisheries. For the calendar year, record the total processing days, total days at sea, gross revenue, finished pounds processed, round pounds caught (excluding discards), and labor costs for your fishing and processing activities in all fisheries in which you participated (crab, groundfish, etc.).
(xiv) Labor payment details.
(A) Indicate with an “X” in the appropriate column whether the following expenses were deducted, directly charged, or not deducted or directly charged from the total revenue before calculating the crew payments in BSAI fisheries: fuel and lubrication, food and provisions, bait, fish tax, observer costs, CDQ fish, IFQ leases, freight, gear loss, and other (specify).
(B) Indicate percentage of the net share that is applied to boat share and harvesting crew share (including captain).
(C) If processing workers are paid on a share system, indicate percentage of the net share (if applicable) that is applied to processing workers based on product value or net share.
(e) Stationary floating crab processor (SFCP) historical EDR—
(1) Requirement. Any owner or leaseholder of an SFCP that processed CR crab in the calendar years 1998, 2001, or 2004 must submit to the DCA, at the address provided on the form, an EDR for historical data for each of the specified calendar years, if they:
(i) Received an allocation of QS, PQS, IFQ, or IPQ under this program;
(ii) Did not qualify for and receive QS, PQS, IFQ, or IPQ, but are participants at any time since January 23, 2004, in the BSAI crab fisheries.
(2) Time limit. Any owner or leaseholder of the SFCP described in paragraph (e)(4)(ii)(B) of this section must submit the historical EDR to the DCA by June 30, 2005, at the address provided on the form.
(3) Instructions. Instructions for submitting an SFCP historical EDR and certification page are specified in the following table:
If you were . . . And . . . You must complete and submit . . .
(i) The SFCP owner described in paragraph (e)(1) of this section (A) You processed BSAI crab in the SFCP described at paragraph (e)(4)(ii)(B) of this section during 1998, 2001, or 2004 Entire EDR for each year that BSAI crab was processed.
(B) No one processed BSAI crab in the SFCP described at paragraph (e)(4)(ii)(B) of this section during 1998, 2001, 2004 EDR certification pages for each year that no one processed BSAI crab.
(C) You leased your SFCP to another party, and processed no BSAI crab in the SFCP described at paragraph (e)(4)(ii)(B) of this section during 1998, 2001, or 2004 (1) EDR certification pages.
(2) Provide the name, address, and telephone number of the person to whom you leased the SFCP during 1998, 2001, or 2004.
(D) You leased your SFCP a portion of the time to another party, but processed some BSAI crab in the SFCP described at paragraph (e)(4)(ii)(B) of this section during 1998, 2001, or 2004 (1) Entire EDR for each year that BSAI crab was processed.
(2) Provide the name, address, and telephone number of the person to whom you leased the SFCP during 1998, 2001, or 2004.
(ii) The leaseholder described in paragraph (e)(1) of this section You operated the SFCP described at paragraph (e)(4)(ii)(B) of this section and processed some BSAI crab during 1998, 2001, or 2004 Entire EDR for each year that BSAI crab was processed.
(4) EDR certification pages.
(i) The owner or leaseholder must submit the EDR certification pages either:
(A) As part of the entire EDR. The owner or leaseholder must submit the completed EDR certification pages as part of the entire EDR and must attest to the accuracy and completion of the EDR by signing and dating the certification pages; or
(B) As a separate document. If the owner or leaseholder did not process BSAI crab in 1998, 2001, or 2004, he or she must submit the completed EDR certification pages only, and must attest that he or she meets the conditions exempting him or her from submitting the EDR, by signing and dating the certification pages, for each year of 1998, 2001, or 2004 that this applies.
(ii) The owner or leaseholder must submit the following information on the certification pages:
(A) Calendar year of EDR. Calendar years corresponding to 1998, 2001, or 2004;
(B) SFCP information. SFCP name, USCG documentation number, ADF&G processor code, current estimated market value of vessel and equipment, and replacement value of vessel and equipment.
(C) Owner information. Name of company, partnership, or sole proprietorship and business telephone number, facsimile number, and e-mail address (if available).
(D) Designated representative. Any owner or leaseholder may appoint a designated representative, who is an individual for responding to questions on the EDR, and must ensure that the designated representative complies with the regulations in this part. The designated representative is the primary contact person for the DCA on issues relating to data required in the EDR.
(E) Person completing this report.
(1) Indicate whether the person completing this report is the owner, leaseholder, or designated representative;
(2) If the owner is the person completing this report, check the correct box. If the name and address of the owner provided in paragraph (e)(4)(ii)(C) of this section are the same as the name and address of the person completing the EDR, the information does not need to be repeated here; and
(3) Name of person, title, business telephone number, facsimile number, and e-mail address (if available).
(5) EDR. The owner or leaseholder must record the following information on an EDR.
(i) BSAI Crab activity chart. Complete a crab activity chart by entering the following information: CR fishery code, number of crab processing days, dates covered (beginning and ending day, month and year), raw crab pounds purchased, product code, process code, crab size, crab grade, box size, finished pounds, and whether custom processed (Yes or No).
(ii) Crab processing labor costs. CR fishery code, average number of crab positions, total man-hours, and total labor payment.
(iii) BSAI Crab crew residence. For employees that participated in BSAI crab processing, record the locations where they reside and the number of employees that are from each residential location, as follows:
(A) If Alaska, enter primary city of residence.
(B) If state other than Alaska, enter primary state of residence.
(C) If country other than United States, enter primary country of residence.
(iv) BSAI crab custom processing done for you. CR fishery code, raw crab pounds supplied to custom processors, raw crab pounds purchased from custom processors, product code, process code, crab size, crab grade, box size, finished pounds, and processing fee.
(v) Raw crab purchases from delivering vessels. CR fishery code, crab size, crab grade, raw crab pounds purchased, and gross payment.
(vi) Annual BSAI crab sales. Record the following information on crab sales to affiliated entities and to unaffiliated entities: species code, product code, process code, crab size, crab grade, box size, finished pounds, and FOB Alaska Revenues.
(vii) BSAI crab-specific vessel data. Total of fisheries taxes which include the Alaska fisheries business tax, SMAA taxes, and other local sales tax on raw fish; processing and packaging materials, equipment, and supplies; food and provisions; other costs for direct crab labor; insurance deductible fees; re-packing costs; broker fees and promotions for BSAI crab sales (by CR fishery code); observer costs (by CR fishery code); freight costs for supplies to the vessel; freight and handling costs for processed crab products from the vessel; product storage; and other crab-specific costs (specify).
(viii) Vessel-specific costs. Record the total annual costs for each category. If the reported total cost is not exclusively for BSAI crab operations, place an “X” in the COST RELATED TO MORE THAN JUST CRAB FISHING column. The agency or contracted analyst will prorate this amount over all fishing activities. Indicate capitalized expenditures for vessel, gear and equipment; R&M expenses for vessel, gear and equipment (city and state where repairs were made); number of employees and salaries for foremen, managers and other employees not included in direct labor costs; and other vessel-specific costs (specify).
(ix) BSAI crab custom processing performed for others. CR fishery code, product code, process code, and processing revenue.
(x) Annual totals for all fisheries. For the calendar year, record the total processing days, gross revenue, finished pounds processed, and processing labor costs for your fishing activities in all fisheries in which you participated (crab, groundfish, etc.).
(f) Stationary floating crab processor (SFCP) annual EDR—
(1) Requirement. On or before June 28 of each year, any owner or leaseholder of an SFCP that processed crab from a CR fishery must submit to the DCA, at the address provided on the form, an EDR for annual data for the previous calendar year. For the year 2005, the annual EDR is due on or before June 28, 2006.
(2) Instructions. Instructions for submitting an SFCP annual EDR and certification page are specified in the following table:
If you are . . . And . . . You must complete and submit . . .
(i) The SFCP owner (A) You processed BSAI crab in the SFCP described at paragraph (f)(3)(ii)(B) of this section during this calendar year Entire EDR.
(B) No one processed BSAI crab in the SFCP described at paragraph (f)(3)(ii)(B) of this section during this calendar year EDR certification pages.
(C) You leased all of your IPQ to another party and processed no BSAI crab in the SFCP described at paragraph (f)(3)(ii)(B) of this section during this calendar year (1) EDR certification pages.
(2) Provide the name, address, and telephone number of the person to whom you leased the IPQ during this calendar year.
(D) You leased a portion of your IPQ to another party, but processed some BSAI crab in the SFCP described at paragraph (f)(3)(ii)(B) of this section during this calendar year (1) Entire EDR.
(2) Provide the name, address, and telephone number of the person to whom you leased the IPQ during this calendar year.
(ii) The leaseholder described in paragraph (f)(1) of this section You operated the SFCP described at paragraph (f)(3)(ii)(B) of this section and processed some BSAI crab during this paragraph calendar year Entire EDR.
(3) EDR certification pages.
(i) The owner or leaseholder must submit the EDR certification pages either:
(A) As part of the entire EDR. The owner or leaseholder must submit the completed EDR certification pages as part of the entire EDR and must attest to the accuracy and completion of the EDR by signing and dating the certification pages; or
(B) As a separate document. The owner or leaseholder must submit the completed EDR certification pages only, and must attest that they meet the conditions exempting them from submitting the EDR, by signing and dating the certification pages (see paragraph (e)(2) of this section).
(ii) The owner or leaseholder must submit the following information on the certification pages:
(A) Calendar year of EDR. Calendar year of the reporting year;
(B) SFCP information. SFCP name, USCG documentation number, ADF&G processor code, RCR permit number, current estimated market value of vessel and equipment, and replacement value of vessel and equipment.
(C) Owner information. Name of company, partnership, or sole proprietorship and business telephone number, facsimile number, and e-mail address (if available).
(D) Designated representative. Any owner or leaseholder may appoint a designated representative who is an individual for responding to questions on the EDR and must ensure that the designated representative complies with the regulations in this part. The designated representative is the primary contact person for the DCA on issues relating to data required in the EDR.
(E) Person completing the report. (1) Indicate whether the person completing this report is the owner, leaseholder, or designated representative;
(2) If the owner is the person completing this report, check the correct box. If the name and address of the owner provided in paragraph (f)(3)(ii)(C) of this section are the same as the name and address of the person completing the EDR, the information does not need to be repeated here; and
(3) Name of person, title, and business telephone number, facsimile number, and e-mail address (if available).
(4) EDR. The owner or leaseholder must record the following information on an EDR.
(i) BSAI Crab activity chart. Complete a crab activity chart by entering the following information: CR fishery code, number of crab processing days, dates covered (beginning and ending day, month and year), raw crab pounds purchased, product code, process code, crab size, crab grade, box size, finished pounds, and whether custom processed (Yes or No).
(ii) Crab processing labor costs. CR fishery code, average number of crab processing positions, total man-hours, and total processing labor payment.
(iii) BSAI Crab employee residence. For employees that participated in BSAI crab processing, record the locations where they reside and the number of employees that are from each residential location, as follows:
(A) If Alaska, enter primary city of residence.
(B) If state other than Alaska, enter primary state of residence.
(C) If country other than United States, enter primary country of residence.
(iv) BSAI crab custom processing done for you. CR fishery code, species code, raw crab pounds supplied to custom processors, raw crab pounds purchased from custom processors, product code, process code, crab size, crab grade, box size, finished pounds, and processing fee.
(v) Raw crab purchases from delivering vessels. CR fishery code, species code, crab size, crab grade, raw crab pounds purchased, and gross payment.
(vi) Annual BSAI crab sales. For affiliated entities and unaffiliated entities enter species code, product code, process code, crab size, crab grade, box size, finished pounds, and FOB Alaska Revenues.
(vii) BSAI crab-specific vessel costs. Total of fisheries taxes which includes the Alaska fisheries business tax, SMAA taxes, and other local sales tax on raw fish; processing and packaging materials, equipment and supplies by city and state; food and provisions; other costs for direct crab labor; insurance deductible fees; re-packing costs; broker fees and promotions for BSAI crab sales (by CR fishery code); observer costs (by CR fishery code); freight costs for supplies to the vessel; freight and handling costs for processed crab products from the vessel; product storage; and other crab-specific costs (specify).
(viii) Vessel-specific costs. Record the total annual costs for each category. If the reported total cost is not exclusively for BSAI crab operations, place an “X” in the COST RELATED TO MORE THAN JUST CRAB FISHING column. The agency or contracted analyst will prorate this amount over all fishing activities. Indicate fuel, electricity, lubrication and hydraulic fluids; capitalized expenditures for vessel, gear and equipment (city and state where purchased); R&M for vessel, gear and equipment (city and state where repairs were made); number of employees and salaries for foremen, managers and other employees not included in direct labor costs; and other vessel-specific costs (specify).
(ix) BSAI crab custom processing performed for others. CR fishery code, species code, product code, process code, and processing revenue.
(x) Annual totals for all fisheries. For the calendar year, record the total processing days, gross revenue, finished pounds processed, and labor costs for your fishing activities in all fisheries in which you participated (crab, groundfish, etc.).
(g) Shoreside processor historical EDR—
(1) Requirement. Any owner or leaseholder of a shoreside processor who processed CR crab in the calendar years 1998, 2001, or 2004 must submit to the DCA, at the address provided on the form, an EDR for historical data for each of the specified calendar years, if they:
(i) Received an allocation of QS, PQS, IFQ, or IPQ under this Program;
(ii) Did not qualify for and receive QS, PQS, IFQ, or IPQ, but are participants at any time since January 23, 2004, in the BSAI crab fisheries.
(2) Time limit. Any owner or leaseholder of the shoreside processor described in paragraph (g)(4)(ii)(B) of this section must submit the historical EDR to the DCA by June 30, 2005, at the address provided on the form.
(3) Instructions. Instructions for submitting a shoreside processor historical EDR and certification page are specified in the following table:
If you are . . . And . . . You must complete and submit . . .
(i) The shoreside processor owner described in paragraph (g)(1) of this section (A) You processed BSAI crab in the plant described at paragraph (g)(4)(ii)(B) of this section during 1998, 2001, or 2004 Entire EDR for each year that BSAI crab was processed.
(B) No one processed BSAI crab in the plant described at paragraph (g)(4)(ii)(B) of this section during 1998, 2001, or 2004 EDR certification pages for each year that no one processed BSAI crab.
(C) You leased your shoreside processor to another party, and processed no BSAI crab in the plant described at paragraph (g)(4)(ii)(B) of this section during 1998, 2001, or 2004 (1) EDR certification pages.
(2) Provide the name, address, and telephone number of the person to whom you leased the shoreside processor during 1998, 2001, or 2004.
(D) You leased your shoreside processor for a portion of the time to another party, but processed some BSAI crab in the plant described at paragraph (g)(4)(ii)(B) of this section during 1998, 2001, or 2004 (1) Entire EDR for each year that BSAI crab was processed.
(2) Provide the name, address, and telephone number of the person to whom you leased the shoreside processor during 1998, 2001, or 2004.
(ii) The leaseholder described in paragraph (g)(1) of this section You operated the plant described at (g)(4)(ii)(B) of this section and processed some BSAI crab during 1998, 2001, or 2004 Entire EDR for each year that BSAI crab was processed.
(4) EDR certification pages.
(i) The owner or leaseholder must submit the EDR certification pages either:
(A) As part of the entire EDR. The owner or leaseholder must submit the completed EDR certification pages as part of the entire EDR and must attest to the accuracy and completion of the EDR by signing and dating the certification pages; or
(B) As a separate document. If the owner or leaseholder did not process BSAI crab in 1998, 2001, or 2004, he or she must submit the completed EDR certification pages only, and must attest that he or she meets the conditions exempting him or her from submitting the EDR, by signing and dating the certification pages for each year of 1998, 2001, or 2004 that this applies;
(ii) Required information. The owner or leaseholder must submit the following information on the certification pages:
(A) Calendar year of EDR. Calendar years corresponding to 1998, 2001, or 2004;
(B) Shoreside processor information. Shoreside processor name, ADF&G processor code, physical location of land-based plant (street address, city, state, zip code), borough assessed value of plant and equipment, year assessed, and current estimated market value of plant and equipment;
(C) Owner information. Name of company, partnership, or sole proprietorship and business telephone number, facsimile number, and e-mail address (if available);
(D) Designated representative. Any owner or leaseholder may appoint a designated representative who is an individual for responding to questions on the EDR and must ensure that the designated representative complies with the regulations in this part. The designated representative is the primary contact person for the DCA on issues relating to data required in the EDR.
(E) Person completing the report.
(1) Indicate whether the person completing this report is the owner, leaseholder, or designated representative;
(2) If the owner is the person completing the report, check the correct box. If the name and address of the owner provided in paragraph (g)(4)(ii)(C) of this section are the same as the name and address of the person completing the EDR, the information does not need to be repeated here; and
(3) Name of person, title, and business telephone number, facsimile number, and e-mail address (if available).
(5) EDR. The owner or leaseholder must record the following information on an EDR.
(i) BSAI crab activity chart. Complete a crab activity chart by entering the following information: CR fishery code, number of crab processing days, dates covered (beginning and ending day, month and year), raw crab pounds purchased, product code, process code, crab size, crab grade, box size, finished pounds, and whether custom processed (Yes or No).
(ii) Crab processing labor costs. CR fishery code, average number of crab processing positions, total man-hours, and total processing labor payment.
(iii) BSAI Crab crew residence. For employees that participated in BSAI crab processing, record the locations where they reside and the number of employees that are from each residential location, as follows:
(A) If Alaska, enter primary city of residence.
(B) If state other than Alaska, enter primary state of residence.
(C) If country other than United States, enter primary country of residence.
(iv) BSAI crab custom processing done for you. CR fishery code, raw crab pounds supplied to custom processors, raw crab pounds purchased from custom processors, product code, process code, crab size, crab grade, box size, finished pounds, and processing fee.
(v) Raw crab purchases from delivering vessels. CR fishery code, crab size, crab grade, raw crab pounds purchased, and gross payment.
(vi) Annual BSAI crab sales. For affiliated entities and unaffiliated entities enter species code, product code, process code, crab size, crab grade, box size, finished pounds, and FOB Alaska Revenues.
(vii) BSAI crab-specific plant costs. Total fisheries taxes which include the Alaska fisheries business tax, SMAA taxes, and other local sales tax on raw fish; processing and packaging materials, equipment and supplies; food and provisions; other costs for direct crab labor; insurance deductible fees; re-packing costs, broker fees and promotions for BSAI crab sales by CR fishery code; observer costs by CR fishery code; freight costs for supplies to the plant; freight and handling costs for processed crab products from the plant; product storage; water, sewer, and waste disposal; and other crab specific costs (specify).
(viii) Plant-specific costs. Record the total annual costs for each category. If the reported total cost is not exclusively for BSAI crab operations, place an “X” in the COST RELATED TO MORE THAN JUST CRAB FISHING column. The agency or contracted analyst will prorate this amount over all vessel activities: fuel, electricity, lubrication, and hydraulic fluids; capitalized expenditures for plant, and equipment; R&M for existing plant and equipment; number of employees and salaries for foremen, managers and other employees not included in direct labor costs; and other plant-specific costs (specify).
(ix) BSAI crab custom processing done for others. CR fishery code, product code, process code, and processing revenue.
(x) Annual totals for all fisheries. For the calendar year, record the total processing days, gross revenue, finished pounds processed, and labor costs for your fishing activities in all fisheries in which you participated (crab, groundfish, etc.).
(h) Shoreside processor annual EDR—
(1) Requirement. On or before June 28 of each year, any owner or leaseholder of a shoreside processor that processed crab from a CR fishery must submit to the DCA, at the address provided on the form, an EDR for annual data for the previous year. For the year 2005, the annual EDR is due on or before June 28, 2006.
(2) Instructions. Instructions for submitting a shoreside processor annual EDR and certification page are specified in the following table:
If you are . . . And . . . You must complete and submit . . .
(i) The shoreside processor owner (A) You processed BSAI crab in the plant described at paragraph (h)(3)(ii)(B) of this section during this calendar year Entire EDR.
(B) No one processed BSAI crab in the plant described at paragraph (h)(3)(ii)(B) of this section during this calendar year EDR certification pages.
(C) You leased all of your IPQ to another party, and processed no BSAI crab in the plant described at paragraph (h)(3)(ii)(B) of this section during this calendar year (1) EDR certification pages.
(2) Provide the name, address, and telephone number of the person to whom you leased the IPQ during this calendar year.
(D) You leased portions of your IPQ to another party, but processed some BSAI crab in the plant described at paragraph (h)(3)(ii)(B) of this section during this calendar year (1) Entire EDR.
(2) Provide the name, address, and telephone number of the person to whom you leased the IPQ during this calendar year.
(ii) The leaseholder described in paragraph (h)(1) of this section You operated the plant described at paragraph (h)(3)(ii)(B) of this section and processed some BSAI crab during this calendar year Entire EDR.
(3) EDR certification pages.
(i) The owner or leaseholder must submit the EDR certification pages either:
(A) As part of the entire EDR. The owner or leaseholder must submit the completed EDR certification pages as part of the entire EDR and must attest to the accuracy and completion of the EDR by signing and dating the certification pages; or
(B) As a separate document. The owner or leaseholder must submit the completed EDR certification pages only, and must attest that they meet the conditions exempting them from submitting the EDR, by signing and dating the certification pages.
(ii) The owner or leaseholder must submit the following information on the certification pages:
(A) Calendar year of EDR. Calendar year for the reporting year;
(B) Shoreside processor information. Shoreside processor name, RCR permit number, ADF&G processor code, physical location of land-based plant (street address, city, state, zip code), borough assessed value of plant and equipment, current estimated market value of plant and equipment, and year assessed.
(C) Owner information. Name of company, partnership, or sole proprietorship and business telephone number, facsimile number, and e-mail address (if available);
(D) Designated representative. Any owner or leaseholder may appoint a designated representative who is an individual for responding to questions on the EDR and must ensure that the designated representative complies with the regulations in this part. The designated representative is the primary contact person for the DCA on issues relating to data required in the EDR.
(E) Person completing the report. (1) Indicate whether the person completing this report is the owner, leaseholder, or designated representative;
(2) If the owner is the person completing this report, check the correct box. If the name and address of the owner provided in paragraph (h)(3)(ii)(C) of this section are the same as the name and address of the person completing the EDR, the information does not need to be repeated here; and
(3) Name of person, title, and business telephone number, facsimile number, and e-mail address (if available).
(4) EDR. The owner or leaseholder must record the following information on an EDR.
(i) BSAI Crab activity chart. Complete a crab activity chart by entering the following information: CR fishery code, number of crab processing days, dates covered (beginning and ending day, month and year), raw crab pounds purchased, product code, process code, crab size, crab grade, box size, finished pounds, and whether custom processed (Yes or No).
(ii) Crab processing labor costs. CR fishery code, average number of crab processing positions, total man-hours, and total processing labor payment.
(iii) BSAI Crab employee residence. For employees that participated in BSAI crab processing, record the locations where they reside and the number of employees that are from each residential location, as follows:
(A) If Alaska, enter primary city of residence.
(B) If state other than Alaska, enter primary state of residence.
(C) If country other than United States, enter primary country of residence.
(iv) BSAI crab custom processing done for you. CR fishery code, species code, raw crab pounds supplied to custom processors, raw crab pounds purchased from custom processors, product code, process code, crab size, crab grade, box size, finished pounds, and processing fee.
(v) Raw crab purchases from delivering vessels. CR fishery code, species code, crab size, crab grade, raw crab pounds purchased, and gross payment.
(vi) Annual BSAI crab sales. For affiliated entities and unaffiliated entities enter species code, product code, process code, crab size, crab grade, box size, finished pounds, and FOB Alaska Revenues.
(vii) BSAI crab-specific plant costs. Total of fisheries taxes which include the Alaska fisheries business tax, SMAA taxes, and other local sales tax on raw fish; processing and packaging materials, equipment and supplies by city and state; food and provisions; other costs for direct crab labor; insurance deductible fees; re-packing costs; broker fees and promotions for BSAI crab sales by CR fishery code; observer costs by CR fishery code; freight costs for supplies to the plant; freight and handling costs for processed crab products from the plant; product storage; water, sewer, and waste disposal; and other crab specific costs (specify).
(viii) Plant-specific costs. Record the total annual costs for each category. If the reported total cost is not exclusively for BSAI crab operations, place an “X” in the COST RELATED TO MORE THAN JUST CRAB FISHING column. The agency or contracted analyst will prorate this amount over all plant activities: fuel, electricity, lubrication, and hydraulic fluids; capitalized expenditures for plant and equipment by city and state; R&M for existing plant and equipment by city and state; number of employees and salaries for foremen, managers and other employees not included in direct labor costs; and other plant-specific costs (specify).
(ix) BSAI crab custom processing performed for others. CR fishery code, species code, product code, process code, and processing revenue.
(x) Annual totals for all fisheries. For the calendar year, record the total processing days, gross revenue, finished pounds processed, and labor costs for your fishing activities in all fisheries in which you participated (crab, groundfish, etc.).
(i) Verification of data.
(1) The DCA shall conduct verification of information with the owner or leaseholder.
(2) The owner or leaseholder must respond to inquiries by the DCA within 20 days of the date of issuance of the inquiry.
(3) The owner or leaseholder must provide copies of additional data to facilitate verification by the DCA. The DCA auditor may review and request copies of additional data provided by the owner or leaseholder, including but not limited to: previously audited or reviewed financial statements, worksheets, tax returns, invoices, receipts, and other original documents substantiating the data.
(j) DCA authorization. The DCA is authorized to request voluntary submission of economic data specified in this section from persons who are not required to submit an EDR under this section.
[70 FR 10241, Mar. 2, 2005, as amended at 70 FR 33395, June 8, 2005; 71 FR 38114, July 5, 2006]

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