50 CFR 300.4 - General prohibitions.
It is unlawful for any person subject to the jurisdiction of the United States to:
(a) Violate the conditions or restrictions of a permit issued under this part.
(b) Fail to submit information, fail to submit information in a timely manner, or submit false or inaccurate information, with respect to any information required to be submitted, reported, communicated, or recorded pursuant to this part.
(c) Make any false statement, oral or written, to an authorized officer concerning the catching, taking, harvesting, possession, landing, purchase, sale, or transfer of fish, or concerning any other matter subject to investigation by that officer under this part.
(d) Conceal any material fact (including by omission), concerning any matter subject to investigation by an authorized officer under this part.
(e) Refuse to allow an authorized officer to inspect any report or record required to be made or kept under this part.
(f) Falsify, cover, or otherwise obscure, the name, home port, official number (if any), or any other similar marking or identification of any fishing vessel subject to this part such that the vessel cannot be readily identified from an enforcement vessel or aircraft.
(g) Fail to comply immediately with any of the enforcement and boarding procedures specified in this part.
(h) Refuse to allow an authorized officer to board a fishing vessel, or enter any other area of custody (i.e., any vessel, building, vehicle, live car, pound, pier, or dock facility where fish might be found) subject to such person's control, for the purpose of conducting any inspection, search, seizure, investigation, or arrest in connection with the enforcement of this part or any other applicable law.
(i) Destroy, stave, or dispose of in any manner, any fish, gear, cargo, or other matter, upon any communication or signal from an authorized officer of the United States, or upon the approach of such an officer, enforcement vessel, or aircraft, before the officer has had the opportunity to inspect same, or in contravention of directions from such an officer.
(j) Intentionally destroy evidence that could be used to determine if a violation of this part has occurred.
(k) Assault, resist, oppose, impede, intimidate, threaten, obstruct, delay, prevent, or interfere, in any manner, with an authorized officer in the conduct of any boarding, inspection, search, seizure, investigation, or arrest in connection with enforcement of this part.
(l) Resist a lawful arrest or detention for any act prohibited by this part.
(n) Interfere with, obstruct, delay, or prevent, by any means, an investigation, search, seizure, or disposition of seized property in connection with enforcement of this part.
(o) Ship, transport, offer for sale, sell, purchase, import, export, or have custody, control, or possession of, any fish imported, exported or re-exported in violation of this part.
(p) Import, export, or re-export any fish regulated under this part without a valid International Fisheries Trade Permit as required under § 300.322 or applicable shipment documentation as required under § 300.323.
(q) Violate any provision of any statute implemented by this part.
(r) Attempt to do any of the foregoing.
Title 50 published on 2015-08-22
The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 50 CFR Part 300 after this date.
- 50 CFR 300.340 — Prohibitions.
- 50 CFR 300.94 — Prohibitions and Restrictions.
- 50 CFR 300.24 — Prohibitions.
- 50 CFR 300.114 — Prohibitions.
- 50 CFR 300.189 — Prohibitions.
- 50 CFR 300.66 — Prohibitions.
- 50 CFR 300.38 — Prohibitions.
- 50 CFR 300.156 — Prohibited Acts.
- 50 CFR 300.222 — Prohibitions.
- 50 CFR 300.325 — Prohibitions.