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法規名稱(Title) Regulations for Fishing Vessels Conducting Squid Jigging Fishery Ch
公發布日(Date) 2017.01.20
法規沿革(Legislative) The full text of 47 articles promulgated by the Council of
Agriculture, Executive Yuan on January 20, 2017, under Order
No. Nong-Yu-Tsu 1061332419A.
法規內文(Content) Chapter I General Principles
 
Article 1 
These Regulations are established pursuant to Article 2, 
paragraph 2; Article 10, paragraph 2; Article 11, paragraph 3;
 and Article 24, paragraph 2 of the Act for Distant Water 
Fisheries (hereinafter referred to as “the Act”). 
 
Article 2 
Terms used in these Regulations are defined as follows: 
(1) “Independent third party” means any of the following 
institutions recognized by the competent authority:
i. For Japan:
(i) Shinken Corporation.
(ii) Nippon Kaiji Kentei Kyokai, Incorporated Association.
ii. For areas excluding Japan: the verifying institution which
 obtains the accreditation for management system certification
 from the Taiwan Accreditation Foundation (TAF).
 
(2) “Carrier vessel” means the following vessels that conduct
 the transshipment of catches from squid jigging fishing 
vessel(s) to itself and transports to ports: 
i. ‘Carrier vessel of the Republic of China’ refers to the 
carrier vessel which has the fishing license of the Republic of
 China.
ii. ‘Foreign carrier vessel’ refers to the carrier vessel, 
excluding container vessel, which has the valid nationality 
certificate of the flag State of a foreign country.
 
Article 3
Any distant water fishing vessel conducting squid jigging 
fishery (hereinafter referred to as “squid jigging fishing 
vessel”) shall be limited to a fishing vessel with the squid 
jigging registered as the main fishery on its fishing license.
 
Article 4 
Fishing areas for squid jigging fishing vessels are divided as 
follows (as shown in Appendix1): 
(1) North Pacific Ocean fishing area: the waters of the north 
Pacific Ocean north of a line extending east along the 20°N from
 the 140°E to the intersection with the 110°W, and the waters of
 a line extending east along the 10°N from the 180° meridian to 
the intersection with the 140°W.
(2) Eastern Pacific Ocean fishing area: the waters of western 
Pacific Ocean east of 110°W and west of 70°W.
(3) Southwestern Atlantic Ocean fishing area: the waters of the 
Atlantic Ocean south of 35°S, west of 50°W, and north of 70°W. 
 
Squid jigging fishing vessels shall fish only within the fishing 
area(s) permitted by the competent authority.
 
For any squid jigging fishing vessel navigating through the 
water under national jurisdiction of any foreign country, all 
fishing equipment on board shall be stowed and secured, and such
 vessel shall not conduct activities such as arrangement of 
fishing gears or fishing, except that it has engaged in 
fisheries cooperation with the foreign country concerned.
 
Chapter II Application and Issuance of the Distant Water 
Fisheries Permit 
 
Article 5 
Any distant water fisheries operator intending to apply for the
 distant water fisheries permit(s) for his/her fishing vessel(s)
 to fish in each fishing area in the following year shall fill 
in the application form (formats as shown in Appendix 2) and 
submit it with the following documents:
(1) A copy of the valid fishing license which shall contain the
 International Maritime Organization (IMO) ship identification
 number.
(2) The following color photographs of the fishing vessel no 
older than five years and the electronic files. The photos 
should clearly show the Chinese/English name of the vessel and 
its international radio call sign (IRCS) and the size shall 
not be smaller than 12 cm by 7 cm:
i. One photo that shows the complete length and structural 
characteristics of the starboard side of the vessel;
ii. One photo that shows the complete length and structural 
characteristics of the portside of the vessel; and
iii. One photo of the stern of the vessel taken directly from
 behind the vessel. 
(3) The document certified by the commissioned professional 
institution that the automatic location communicator (ALC) on
 board the fishing vessel can regularly and normally transmit
 vessel positions.
(4) The document certified by the commissioned professional 
institution that the electronic logbook (E-logbook) system on 
board the fishing vessel can normally transmit catch data.
 
The fishing area shall be selected in accordance with Article 
4 for any squid jigging fishing vessel while filling in the 
application form. Multiple fishing areas may be applied.
 
Article 6 
Any distant water fisheries operator intending to apply for 
the distant water fisheries permit for the following year 
shall enclose the required documents as stipulated in Article 
5 and shall register to the Taiwan Squid Fishery Association 
(hereinafter referred to as “the Squid Association”) by 
October 15 of the current year. The Squid Association shall 
compile and submit applications to the competent authority by 
October 31 of the current year.
 
For any application for the distant water fisheries permit of 
north Pacific Ocean fishing area of year 2017, documents 
stipulated in subparagraph (1), (3) and (4) of Article 5 shall 
be enclosed and submitted to the Squid Association for 
registration by 1 March 2017. The Squid Association shall 
compile and submit applications to the competent authority by 
15 March 2017.
 
Article 7 
In case of any of the following conditions, the distant water 
fisheries operator may submit the documents prescribed in 
Article 5, paragraph 1 and apply for the distant water fisheries
 permit to the competent authority, notwithstanding the 
application procedures and deadline prescribed in Article 6:
(1) The distant water fisheries operator of a fishing vessel has
 changed. 
(2) The distant water fisheries operator has obtained the 
fishing license for the chartered fishing vessel;
(3) The distant water fisheries operator has obtained the 
fishing license for the newly-built fishing vessel;
(4) The distant water fisheries operator who resumes the 
operation after the suspension of the operation authorized 
pursuant to Article 11 of the Fisheries Act has expired; 
(5) The distant water fisheries operator applies for the renewal
 of the expired fishing license; or
(6) The suspension of the fishing license has been executed 
completely.
 
Article 8 
A certificate of distant water fisheries permit will be issued 
to the application approved by the competent authority. The 
maximum period of validity of the permit shall be one year, and 
shall not exceed that of the fishing license. 
 
The certificate of distant water fisheries permit shall record,
 both in Chinese and English, the following:
(1) The number of the certificate;
(2) The name, CT number, gross tonnage (GT), length overall 
(LOA) and fisheries type of the fishing vessel;
(3) Name of the distant water fisheries operator;
(4) The authorized fishing Ocean, fishing area(s), and fishing
 period;
(5) The IRCS; and
(6) The IMO ship identification number.
 
The distant water fisheries operator shall place onboard the 
fishing vessel a copy of the valid distant water fisheries 
permit in case of inspection. 
 
Article 9 
For any fishing vessel permitted to conduct squid jigging 
fishery whose information recorded on the application is 
changed or whose external characteristic(s) differs from the
 photo(s) of the vessel submitted, the distant water fisheries
 operator shall provide, within three working days after such
 change, the Squid Association with the new vessel information
 or new photos. The Squid Association shall submit such 
information/photos to the competent authority within three 
working days following the receipt.
 
Chapter III Fishing Vessel Markings 
 
Article 10 
Fishing vessels shall be marked with vessel markings, including,
 at least, the Chinese and English vessel name, name of registry
 port, CT numbers and IRCS. The characters and the edges of 
characters shall maintain clear and identifiable at all times.
 
Where fishing vessels are fishing or berthing at ports, the IRCS
 shall be displayed clearly identifiable for the sighting by 
other vessels from the water surface or airplanes from the air.
 
Article 11 
The IRCS of a fishing vessel is its radio call sign.
 
The IRCS shall be painted with marine specific paint, and the 
characters shall be capital letters in English and Arabic 
numerals. The height, width, and colors of characters shall meet
 the specifications as shown in Appendix 3. 
 
Article 12 
The IRCS shall be placed above the waterline on both sides of 
any fishing vessels and on a deck where the IRCS is not obscured
 by fishing gear(s), and shall be clear of the bow, stern, 
discharge or areas which might be prone to damage or 
discoloration. In case that the lowest edge of characters is 
under the waterline when the fish holds are full, the IRCS shall
 be placed on the fishing vessel’s superstructure.
 
Chapter IV Management of Vessel Position Reporting
 
Article 13 
The ALC on board shall be maintained functional at all time, 
whether at sea or in port. 
 
After port departure, any squid jigging fishing vessel shall 
transmit at least one vessel position hourly and any carrier 
vessel of the Republic of China shall transmit at least one 
vessel position in every two hours.
 
Fee for the services and communications of the ALC shall be 
borne by distant water fisheries operators. 
 
Article 14 
In case that a fishing vessel needs to stay in a domestic 
port for three days and above or in a foreign port for 
maintenance or repair, its distant water fisheries operator
 may apply to the competent authority with documentary proof
 for switching off the ALC, which may only be switched off 
after obtaining approval.
 
The period of switching off the ALC as referred to in the 
preceding paragraph shall not exceed six months for each 
application. Extension may be applied in accordance with the 
preceding provision before the period is expired. 
 
Any fishing vessel shall not leave the port during the period
 of switching off the ALC.
 
In the event that the ALC onboard is rebooted, the fishing 
vessel may only leave the port after the commissioned 
professional institution has confirmed that such ALC can 
regularly and normally transmit vessel positions.
 
Article 15 
Any fishing vessel shall carry at least one spare set of ALC 
on board. 
 
In case that the identification number of ALC on board has 
been changed, the distant water fisheries operator shall notify
 the competent authority or the commissioned professional 
institution in writing.
 
Article 16 
The ALC is deemed as signal-lost in the event that the 
commissioned professional institution has not received 
positions automatically transmitted by the ALC twice 
consecutively. In the event that the ALC is signal-lost for 
three consecutive days, it is deemed as malfunction.
 
The malfunctioning ALC shall be repaired no later than 30 days.
 
In the event that the ALC on board is signal-lost or 
mal-functional, the distant water fisheries operator or the 
captain shall send information related to vessel positions by
 facsimile to the commissioned professional institution. The 
vessel positions shall be recorded by automatic recording 
satellite navigator for perusal in later days.
 
The transmit of vessel positions as referred to in the 
preceding paragraph shall be hourly for any squid jigging 
fishing vessel, and every two hours for any carrier vessel of 
the Republic of China.
 
In the event that the ALC on board is mal-functional, the 
competent authority shall be notified of using the spare set. 
In case that the spare set is also mal-functional, the spare 
set from other fishing vessel may be deployed after obtaining 
the competent authority’s approval.
 
Article 17 
In the event that the ALC onboard is deemed as signal-lost for 
an accumulative period of five days and above, the competent 
authority may order such fishing vessel to stop fishing 
immediately and directly navigate to a designated port within 
the required timeframe for repair. The vessel shall not leave 
the port until the commissioned professional institution has 
confirmed that such ALC can regularly and normally transmit 
vessel positions.
 
Any expense incurred from port return, port entrance and
 testing of vessel positions as referred to in the preceding 
paragraph shall be borne by the distant water fisheries 
operator.
 
Chapter V Logbooks and Catch Reports
 
Article18 
In the event that any squid jigging fishing vessel leaves a 
port, its captain shall daily report catch data through the 
E-logbook system designated by the competent authority, and 
shall completely and accurately fill in the logbooks designated
 by the competent authority, where there is any catch or not. 
 
In case that any squid jigging fishing vessel enters a port, 
the logbooks as referred to in the preceding paragraph shall be
 submitted by its distant water fisheries operator to the 
competent authority in accordance with the following timeframe:
(1) For port entry into any domestic port: within three days.
(2) For port entry into any foreign port: within 60 days.
 
Article 19 
In case of malfunction of the E-logbook system, the distant 
water fisheries operator or the captain shall daily transmit 
catch data via facsimile to the competent authority or the 
commissioned professional institution. Such catch data shall be
 signed by the distant water fisheries operator or the captain.
 
The malfunctioning E-logbook system shall be repaired no later 
than 30 days.
 
In the event that the E-logbook system onboard is deemed as 
mal-functional for an accumulative period of 15 days and above,
 the competent authority may order such fishing vessel to stop 
fishing immediately and directly navigate to a designated port 
within the required timeframe for repair. The vessel shall not 
leave the port until the commissioned professional institution
 has confirmed that such E-logbook system can normally transmit
 data.
 
Any expense incurred from port return, port entrance and testing 
of the E-logbook system as referred to in the preceding 
paragraph shall be borne by the distant water fisheries operator.
 
Article 20 
Any salmon, trout, sea turtle, seabird, whale shark, cetacean, 
penguin or other prohibited species promulgated by the 
competent authority incidentally caught by any squid jigging 
fishing vessel shall be released when caught alive or discarded 
dead, and the number(s) be duly recorded on the logbooks.  
 
Article 21
Any fish species of no economic value or no utilizing value 
caught by any squid jigging fishing vessel shall be released 
immediately, and the number(s) discarded shall be duly recorded
 on the logbooks.
 
Article 22
In case of bycatch of sharks by any squid jigging fishing 
vessel, fins shall not be fully cut off and shall be naturally 
attached to carcasses for the disposal of shark fins, and the
 number(s) of sharks shall be duly recorded on the logbooks.
 
Article 23 
The E-logbook data or the logbook(s) submitted shall not be 
altered or amended, unless there is apparent error with the 
content and the competent authority has approved.
 
Article 24
The discrepancy between the catch amount recorded in the 
E-logbook or the logbook during one fishing trip of any squid 
jigging fishing vessel and the actual landing amount shall
 not exceed 20% of the actual landing amount.
 
In the event that the discrepancy between the catch amount 
recorded in the E-logbook or the logbook and the actual 
landing amount exceeds 50% of the actual landing amount, it 
shall be defined as “seriously misreporting” as referred to
 in subparagraph (12) of Article 13, paragraph 1 of the Act.
 
Chapter VI The Designation and Management of Ports for 
Transshipment or Landing 
 
Article 25 
Any fishing vessel intending to conduct transshipment or 
landing at foreign ports shall be limited to the following 
ports in accordance with its authorized fishing area(s): 
(1) Eastern Pacific Ocean fishing area: Callao, Peru.
(2) North Pacific Ocean fishing area: Busan, Korea. 
(3) Southwestern Atlantic Ocean fishing area: Montevideo, 
Uruguay. 
 
Any fishing vessel intending to conduct landing in mainland 
China shall be limited to the designated ports stipulated in 
the Regulations on Permission and the Management of Fishing 
Vessels Sailing to Mainland China.
 
Article26
Any carrier vessel of the Republic of China that intends to 
transship catches from squid jigging fishing vessel(s) shall
 obtain the distant water fisheries permit.
 
Any foreign carrier vessel intending to transship catches
 from squid jigging fishing vessel(s) shall meet any of the 
following requirements: 
(1) Any foreign carrier vessel intending to transship catches
 from squid jigging fishing vessel(s) of the eastern Pacific
 Ocean fishing area shall be listed on the list of authorized
 vessels of the South Pacific Regional Fisheries Management
 Organization, and shall be installed with the ALC which meets
 the standards specified by the competent authority. At least
 one vessel position in every two hours shall be sent to the 
commissioned professional institution
(2) Any foreign carrier vessel intending to transship catches
 from squid jigging fishing vessel(s) of the north Pacific 
Ocean fishing area shall be listed on the record of vessels 
of the North Pacific Fisheries Commission. 
 
Article 27
Any carrier vessel of the Republic of China shall not 
transship with, refuel or supply any fishing vessel not listed
 on the authorized vessels lists of the North Pacific Fisheries
 Commission or the South Pacific Regional Fisheries Management 
Organization, or any fishing vessel that has altered its name 
or registration number.
 
For any fishing vessel intending to engage in supplying or 
refueling with other vessel(s) in the Convention Area of the 
South Pacific Regional Fisheries Management Organization, it 
can engage in such activities only with vessel(s) listed on
 the authorized vessels list of the South Pacific Regional 
Fisheries Management Organization.
 
Article 28
In case of any of the following circumstances, the competent 
authority shall list the foreign carrier vessel concerned which
 transships catches from squid jigging fishing vessel(s) on the 
non-cooperative carriers list:
(1) The foreign carrier vessel has violated any provision 
regarding vessel position reporting; or
(2) The foreign carrier vessel has violated any provision 
regarding transshipment or landing.
 
Article 29 
For any carrier vessel intending to transship in port or at sea,
 the distant water fisheries operator shall submit the 
transshipment plan and relevant information (as shown in 
Appendix 4) and apply to the competent authority five working 
days before the transshipment for approval. 
 
In case of any addition to the list of squid jigging fishing
 vessel(s) in the transshipment plan authorized by the competent
 authority, the application shall be submitted three working 
days before making such addition to the competent authority for
 approval. The transshipment with the concerned squid jigging 
fishing vessel(s) may only be conducted after the approval has 
been granted. Any application submitted after the prescribed 
deadline shall be denied.
 
Article 30
In case of any of the following circumstances, the application
 of transshipment plan made in accordance with Article 29 shall 
be denied:
(1) The carrier vessel concerned does not meet the requirements 
stipulated in Article 26;
(2) Three years have not passed since the carrier vessel 
concerned was listed on the non-cooperative carriers list; or
(3) The fine for violating the Act imposed on the carrier vessel
 concerned has not been paid completely.
 
Article 31 
Any squid jigging fishing vessel or carrier vessel that intends
 to conduct transshipment shall respectively apply for the 
approval from the competent authority before the transshipment.
 
Any distant water fisheries operator or captain applying for 
the approval as referred to in the preceding paragraph shall 
fill in the Transshipment Notification (format as shown in 
Appendix 5) and submit it to the competent authority three 
working days before the estimated date of transshipment.
 
Article 32
In case of any of the following circumstances, the competent 
authority may not authorize the concerned squid jigging fishing
 vessel and the carrier vessel to transship at sea: 
(1) The ALC on board is mal-functional and has not been 
repaired.
(2) Entering into waters under national jurisdictions of other 
countries without valid authorization during the fishing period 
of the catches intending to be transshipped.  
 
Article 33 
In the event that the catch of any squid jigging fishing vessel
 transshipped in port is stored in a cold storage in a foreign
 port or a container pending for sales, an application shall be
 made pursuant to the Article 31 before re-transshipping such 
catch. 
 
Article 34 
The squid jigging fishing vessel or carrier vessel which obtains
 the approval to transship pursuant to Article 31 shall not 
conduct the transshipment in the event that the ALC on board is
 signal-lost and has not been repaired.
 
Article 35 
For any carrier vessel that receives catches, it shall separate
 catches from each individual squid jigging fishing vessel and
 fill in the transshipment declaration (format as shown in 
Appendix 6). 
 
The distant water fisheries operator or the captain of any squid
 jigging fishing vessel and carrier vessel shall, within three 
working days after the completion of transshipment, respectively
 submit the transshipment declaration to the competent authority.
 In the event that both the squid jigging fishing vessel and the
 carrier vessel are of the Republic of China, submission of the 
transshipment declaration from the distant water fisheries 
operator or captain of such carrier vessel may be waived.
 
Article 36
The distant water fisheries operator or the captain of any 
squid jigging fishing vessel intending to enter a 
domestic/foreign port to land the catch by itself, or by 
assigning a carrier 
vessel or container vessel shall, three working days before 
the estimated dated of the landing, fill in the Advance Notice 
of Landing (format as shown in Appendix 7) and submit to the 
competent authority for approval.
 
Fishing vessels may only apply for navigating from the fishing
 area to the port(s) of Mainland China for landing in accordance
 with the preceding paragraph after the completion of fishing 
operations in the current year, and shall not load any object 
from the Mainland China.
 
Article 37 
The distant water fisheries operator or captain of any squid 
jigging fishing vessel shall submit the landing declaration 
(format as shown in Appendix 7 for the north Pacific Ocean 
fishing area and Southwestern Atlantic Ocean fishing area; 
Appendix 8 for the eastern Pacific Ocean fishing area) to the 
competent authority within five working days after the 
completion of landing. 
 
The term “completion of landing” as referred to in the 
preceding paragraph means a shipment of catch has completed its
 whole weighing process at one fishing port during specific 
period. In the event that catches have been landed in batches 
at different ports, the landing declaration of each batch of 
catch shall be submitted separately within the deadline as 
prescribed in the preceding paragraph.
 
For catches from the eastern Pacific Ocean fishing area 
transshipped by commissioning any carrier vessel, the distant 
water fisheries operator or the captain of such carrier vessel
 shall submit the Eastern Pacific Ocean Carrier Vessel Landing
 Declaration (as shown in Appendix 9) to the competent 
authority within five working days following the completion of
 landing of all the commissioned catches from the squid 
jigging fishing vessel(s).
 
Article 38
The distant water fisheries operator and captain of any fishing
 vessel shall accept port inspections conducted by the competent
 authority or the independent third party for the verification
 of the catch landed or transshipped.
 
The distant water fisheries operator or captain of any fishing
 vessel that is designated by the competent authority to be 
inspected shall comply with the following: 
(1) For inspections conducted by the competent authority: the 
landing or transshipment shall be started only after the 
personnel of the competent authority has arrived.
(2) For inspections conducted by the independent third party: 
application and contact with the independent third party shall
 be made, and the landing or transshipment shall be started 
only after the personnel of the independent third party has 
arrived. 
 
The cost incurred from any inspection on catches conducted by 
the independent third party at the foreign ports shall be borne
 by the distant water fisheries operator of the vessel being 
inspected.
 
Article 39 
The distant water fisheries operator of any squid jigging 
fishing vessel shall, within 60 days after the completion of 
sale or landing, submit sales or inventory information to the 
competent authority. The sales information shall at least 
include buyer(s), fish species and quantities.
 
Chapter VII Observation or Inspection during Fishing Operations
 
Article 40 
The distant water fisheries operator of any fishing vessel that
 receives the observer dispatched by the competent authority 
shall comply with the following: 
(1) He/she shall notify the competent authority in writing 
seven days before the date of intended port entry or departure. 
(2) To embark and disembark the observer at the time and place 
informed by the competent authority.
(3) To provide the observer, while onboard the vessel, with 
food, accommodation, adequate sanitary amenities, and medical 
facilities of a reasonable standard equivalent to those normally
 available to an officer onboard the vessel.
(4) To instruct the captain and crew of the vessel matters 
related to the cooperation with or assisting the observer in 
carrying out the duties.
 
Article 41 
The captain of any fishing vessel that receives the observer 
dispatched by the competent authority shall comply with the 
following: 
(1) The captain shall attend the pre-sail training course given 
by the competent authority.
(2) When an observer is on board the fishing vessel, the captain
 shall inform the observer of the daily routine, personal safety
 and vessel equipment.
(3) The captain shall cooperate with and assist the observer in
 carrying out duties, and shall not evade, obstruct or refuse to 
answer the inquiry related to the observation mission.
(4) The captain shall not interfere with, assault, intimidate, 
or bribe the observer.
(5) The captain shall provide the observer with adequate space,
 facilities, equipment and information on the vessel necessary 
for his daily living and for carrying out his/her duties.
(6) The captain shall request the crew to comply with the 
provisions stipulated in the preceding three subparagraphs.
(7) The captain shall sign on the record(s) of observation 
written by the observer. In case there are different views on the
 record(s) of the observer, captain’s opinions may be added.
(8) The captain shall ensure the safety of the observer. In case
 of emergency or distress, special care and refuge shall be 
provided to the observer.
 
Article 42 
In the event of boarding and inspection conducted by the 
inspector(s) dispatched by the competent authority, any captain 
and crew of the inspected vessel shall cooperate with, facilitate
 the safe boarding and disembarkation of the inspector(s), and 
provide the inspector(s) with adequate space, facilities and 
equipment for carrying out the duties.
 
Chapter VIII Special Management Measures for High Risk Fishing 
Vessels 
 
Article 43 
Matters related to the management of high risk fishing vessels 
categorized by the competent authority shall be governed by this
 Chapter. Matters not stipulated in this Chapter shall be 
governed by these Regulations. 
 
Article 44 
Any distant water fisheries operator of the high risk fishing 
vessels shall, starting from the date that the competent
 authority informs the distant water fisheries operator of such
 vessel, comply with the special management measures as follows:
(1) Any high risk fishing vessel shall not engage in fisheries 
cooperation by means of being chartered to any foreigner. 
(2) For each fishing trip of such vessel, the observer 
dispatched by the competent authority shall be carried on board,
 or the functional electronic monitoring equipment shall be 
installed on board before leaving a port. For such vessel that
 has carried on board the observer who meets the requirement of
 the international fisheries organization(s), it shall be 
exempted.
(3) The vessel positions shall be transmitted hourly at least.
(4) Catch reports shall be conducted in accordance with 
provisions stipulated in Chapter V.
(5) Such vessel shall not conduct at-sea transshipment.
(6) In case of transshipment or landing in port, inspections 
shall be conducted by the competent authority or the independent
 third party.
 
Article 45 
In the event that any high risk fishing vessel does not violate
 any regulation for one year starting from the date of being 
listed as high risk fishing vessel, such vessel shall be 
de-listed and exempted from the special management measures. 
 
Chapter IX Supplemental Provisions
 
Article 46 
To prevent harming marine living species, any fishing vessel 
shall not dispose any type of plastic trash or discharge any oil
 on the sea.
 
Article 47
These Regulations shall become effective on January 20, 2017.
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