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|FAO No. 2-2, s. 1935||Amendment to Deepsea or Offshore Fishing Regulations.|
|FAO No. 2-3, s. 1939||Amending Section 6 of FGAO No. 2, as amended by FGAO No. 2, as amended by FGAO No. 2-2 by inserting a new proviso.|
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|FAO No. 2-5, s. 1939||Amending Section 24 of FGAO No. 2, re: amount of cash bond.|
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Department of Agriculture and Commerce
DIVISION OF FISHERIES
January 17, 1946
ORDER NO. 19-3 )
SUBJECT: Amending Section 5 of Fisheries Administrative Order No. 19 as amended by FAOs Nos. 19-1 and 19-2, and for other purposes.
SECTION 1. Section 5 of Fisheries Administrative Order No. 19-2 is hereby amended to read as follows:
"Sec. 5. Inspection fee for marine mollusca shells and other marine or aquatic products. Exportation from the Philippines of shells of any species mentioned in Section 1 hereof, or any other aquatic product or animal shall be unlawful unless such shipment or exportation is properly effected through the Customs House at a port of entry. No marine mollusca shells, shell wastes, cores, trims or other aquatic products or animals shall be accepted by the Customs authorities for shipment and exportation abroad unless the shipment is covered by a certificate of inspection issued by the representative of the Secretary of Agriculture and Commerce or the Chief, Division of Fisheries, or a deputy provincial treasurer. An application for such inspection accompanied by the export entry for the marine or aquatic products or animals to be exported shall be filed with the Chief, Division of Fisheries, Department of Agriculture and Commerce, or the nearest deputy provincial treasurer at least three days prior to the probable date of exportation: Provided, That if the shipment of shells or aquatic products or animals to be exported arrive from another Philippine port less than three days before the date of exportation, the application for exportation may be submitted immediately upon its arrival but in no case shall it be later than eleven o'clock in the morning of any working day: Provided, Further. That the Division of Fisheries shall not be responsible for any unavoidable delay in the inspection of such shells or other aquatic products or animals for which the application is received less than three days before the shipment is to leave. An inspection fee equivalent to five percent (5%) of the declared value of the exportation shall be collected. also that the fee for corals and shells in manufactured form for decorative purposes shall be five percent of the declared value, Inspected shell or other marine or aquatic products or animals shall be properly sealed or marked."
SECTION 2. This Fisheries Administrative Order shall take effect after its publication in the Official Gazette.
V. SINGSON ENCARNACION
Secretary of Agriculture and Commerce
(O.G. Vol.42, No.1 pp. 42-45.Jan. 1946)