Fishing Sample Clauses

Fishing. (1) No person shall fish from any part of the structure of any wharf below wharf deck level nor from pontoons or any landing steps or place for landing passengers.
Fishing. 4. Paragraphs 1 and 2 above shall not apply where the recipient carries on business in the other Contracting State through a permanent establishment situated therein, with which the debt-claim from which the interest arises, is effectively connected. In such a case Article III of this Convention shall apply.
Fishing. Any person possessing a duly issued fishing license by either state shall be permitted to fish anywhere on the entire lake (except such portion thereof as is closed to fishing by Paragraph 8 hereof, or such further portion as may hereafter by regulation be mutually agreed to by the parties hereto), but no fisherman shall be entitled to fish from the shores of the state of which he is a nonresident, unless he complies with the nonresident fishing license law of said state. In order to permit the fish to fully propagate and develop, no part of the lake shall be open for fishing until the first day of July, one thousand nine hundred and thirty-seven, and thereafter shall be closed in each year between the tenth day of December and the thirtieth day of June. Until otherwise mutually agreed to by both parties hereto, the creel size and season limits for the respective kinds of fish caught shall be such as may hereafter be agreed upon between the two states.
Fishing i. All fishing shall be in compliance with the Nebraska State Game and Parks Rules and Regulations.
Fishing. A person shall not fish from any part of any jetty or other berth installation. Regulation of vessels, etc. in or in vicinity of jetty and berth area Part 2 bl. 44
Fishing. Nothing in this section may be considered to require a person to obtain a permit under this section for the conduct of any fishing activities not prohibited by this title or regulations issued under this title.’’.
Fishing. The Company owns a fleet of 51 fishing vessels and 27 spotter aircraft for use in its fishing operations and also leases or charters additional vessels and aircraft where necessary to facilitate operations. During the 1994 fishing season in the Gulf of Mexico, where the fishing season runs from mid-April through October, the Company operated 35 fishing vessels and 26 spotter aircraft. The fishing area in the Gulf stretches from the south Texas coastline to the panhandle of western Florida, with a concentration off the Louisiana and Mississippi coasts. The fishing season on the Atlantic coast begins in early May and usually extends into December. The Company operated 9 fishing vessels and 8 spotter aircraft along the mid-Atlantic coast, concentrated in and around the Chesapeake Bay. Menhaden usually school in large, tight clusters and are commonly found in warm, shallow waters. Spotter aircraft locate the schools and direct the fishing vessels to them. The principal fishing vessels are steamers. Each steamer transports two 40-foot purse boats, each carrying several fishermen and one end of a 1,500-foot net. The purse boats encircle the school and capture the fish in the net. The fish are then pumped from the net into refrigerated holds of the steamer, which unloads the fish at the Company's processing plants.
Fishing. A person shall not fish from any part of any jetty or other berth installation. Evaporites (Lake MacLeod) (Cape Cuvier Berth) By-laws 1991 Regulation of vessels, etc. in or in vicinity of jetty and berth area Part 2 bl. 44
Fishing. Sector: Fishing Sub-Sector: Fishing, operation of fish hatcheries and fish farms; service activities incidental to fishing Industrial Classification: NIC- 06, ISIC 05, 050 and 0500 Type of Reservation: National Treatment (Article 10.3) Description: India reserves the right to adopt or maintain any measure with respect to fishing, operation of fish hatcheries and fish farms; service activities incidental to fishing Existing Measure