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THE ALBERTA GAZETTE, PART II, FEBRUARY 28, 1998

     Alberta Regulation 25/98

     Oil and Gas Conservation Act

     OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  February 3, 1998

Made by the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board pursuant to section 10 of
the Oil and Gas Conservation Act.


1   The Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations (AR 151/71) are amended by
this Regulation.


2   Section 7.070(4) is repealed and the following is substituted:

     (4)  Gas burned or disposed of by a method approved under subsection
(3) shall be burned or disposed of so as to ensure that the concentrations
of hydrogen sulphide and sulphur dioxide do not exceed

               (a)  the maximum permissible concentrations set out in
the Alberta Ambient Air Quality Guidelines as established and amended from
time to time by the Minister of Environmental Protection,

               (b)  standards to which the battery is subject under the
Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act, and

               (c)  standards specified by the Board.


3   Section 8.051(a) is amended by striking out "Department of the
Environment" and substituting "Department of Environmental Protection".


4   Section 8.052 is amended

     (a)  in subsection (4) by striking out ", the Department of the
Environment and the Department of Forestry, Lands and Wildlife" and
substituting "and the Department of Environmental Protection";

     (b)  in subsection (7)(f) by striking out "Department of Forestry,
Lands and Wildlife" and substituting "Department of Environmental
Protection".


5   Sections 9.030 and 9.040 are repealed and the following is substituted:

     9.030(1)  No person shall commence construction related to a new
scheme or a major modification to an existing scheme for the processing of
gas until the Board has approved the location, conservation levels and
pollution control features of the scheme.

     (2)  No person shall commence processing operations related to a new
scheme or a major modification to an existing scheme for the processing of
gas until the Board has approved the scheme.

     9.040   The operator of a processing plant shall conduct operations
so as to ensure that the concentrations of any air contaminant do not
exceed

               (a)  the maximum permissible concentrations set out in
the Alberta Ambient Air Quality Guidelines as  established and amended from
time to time by the Minister of Environmental Protection,

               (b)  standards to which the plant is subject under the
Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act, and

               (c)  standards specified by the Board.

6   Section 9.050(1), (3), (4), (6) and (8) are amended by striking out
"Department of the Environment" wherever it occurs and substituting
"Department of Environmental Protection".


7   Section 9.060 is amended by striking out "Department of the
Environment" and substituting "Department of Environmental Protection".


8   Section 14.010(c) is amended by striking out "and Natural Resources".


9   Section 16.040(c) is amended by striking out "20 000 metres" and
substituting "20 000 cubic metres".


     Alberta Regulation 26/98

     Personal Directives Act

     PERSONAL DIRECTIVES REGULATION

     Filed:  February 3, 1998

Made by the Minister of Family and Social Services (M.O. 7/98) pursuant to
section 33 of the Personal Directives Act.


     Table of Contents

Definition     1
Designation by name of office or position    2
Persons to contact  3
Service of originating notice 4
Forms     5
Expiry    6
Repeal    7

Schedule


Definition
1   In the Act and this Regulation,

     (a)  "Act" means the Personal Directives Act;

     (b)  "health care practitioner" means a person, regulated by a
professional Act, who provides health care to any person;

     (c)  "husband" includes a common law husband;

     (d)  "physician" means a registered practitioner under the Medical
Profession Act;

     (e)  "professional Act" means an Act that regulates a health care
profession;

     (f)  "psychologist" means a chartered psychologist under the
Psychology Profession Act;

     (g)  "spouse" includes a common law spouse;

     (h)  "wife" includes a common law wife.


Designation by name of office or position
2(1)  For the purposes of section 7(3) of the Act, persons who are service
providers to a maker may not be designated by the maker as agents by office
or position.

(2)  Persons referred to in subsection (1) may only be designated as agents
by their name.


Persons to contact
3(1)  For the purposes of sections 19(2) and 24(2) of the Act, if no
nearest relative can be contacted, then every reasonable effort must be
made to contact the maker's legal representative.

(2)  If none of the maker's legal representatives can be contacted, the
Public Guardian must be contacted. 


Service of originating notice
4   For the purposes of section 26(1) of the Act, the originating notice
must be served on the following persons:

     (a)  the maker's legal representatives;

     (b)  the maker's nearest relative.


Forms
5   The forms for the purposes of section 9 of the Act are set out in the
Schedule.


Expiry
6  For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for ongoing
relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be repassed in its
present or an amended form following a review, this Regulation expires on
June 30, 2002.


Repeal
7  The Personal Directives Regulation (AR 225/97) is repealed.


     SCHEDULE

     FORM 1

     DECLARATION OF INCAPACITY UNDER
     THE PERSONAL DIRECTIVES ACT
     (section 9(2)(a))

Part One

(To be completed by person named in a personal directive after consultation
with a physician or psychologist)

I, (name of person named in a personal directive to determine the maker's
capacity), after consulting with    (name of physician or psychologist
consulted),   am of the opinion that    (name of maker of the personal
directive)    is not competent to make decisions regarding the following
areas:

(Please specify either all personal matters or list specific areas:  health
care, persons with whom they may live or associate, participation in
social, educational and employment activities, legal matters or other.)

The reasons for my opinion are as follows:
(specify reasons)
     
     

Dated this    (day)    day of    (month)   ,    (year)   .

(signature of person named in a personal directive)

(printed name of person)


Part Two

(To be completed by the physician or psychologist with whom the person
named in the personal directive consulted)

I,   (name of consulted physician or psychologist)  , confirm that I was
consulted by (person named in personal directive to determine the maker's
capacity)   regarding the competency of   (name of maker of the personal
directive) .

Dated this   (day)   day of        (month)           ,   (year)  .

(signature of physician/psychologist)

(printed name of physician/psychologist)



     FORM 2

     DECLARATION OF INCAPACITY UNDER
     THE PERSONAL DIRECTIVES ACT
     (section 9(2)(b))
     (To be completed by 2 service providers,
     one of whom must be a physician or psychologist)

Part One

(To be completed by a physician or psychologist)

I,    (name of physician/psychologist)   , am of the opinion that  (name of
maker of the personal directive)    is not competent to make decisions
regarding the following areas:

(Please specify either all personal matters or list specific areas:  health
care, persons with whom they may live or associate, participation in
social, educational and employment activities, legal matters or other.)

The reasons for my opinion are as follows:
(specify reasons)
     
     

Dated this    (day)    day of    (month)   ,    (year)   .

   (signature of physician/psychologist)   

   (printed name of physician/psychologist)   


Part Two

(To be completed by 2nd service provider)

I,    (name of service provider and occupation)   , am of the opinion that  
 (name of maker of the personal directive)    is not competent to make
decisions regarding the following areas:

(Please specify either all personal matters or list specific areas:  health
care, persons with whom they may live or associate, participation in
social, educational and employment activities, legal matters or other.)

The reasons for my opinion are as follows:
(specify reasons)
     
     

Dated this    (day)    day of    (month)   ,    (year)   .

   (signature of other service provider)   

   (printed name of other service provider)  


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     Alberta Regulation 27/98

     Public Utilities Board Act

     DESIGNATION AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  February 4, 1998

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 44/98) pursuant to section
91.1 of the Public Utilities Board Act.


1   The Designation Regulation (AR 173/85) is amended by this Regulation.


2   Section 1 is amended 

     (a)  by repealing clause (i.1) and substituting the following:

               (i.1)     Upper Lakes Group Inc.

     (b)  by repealing clause (l).


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     Alberta Regulation 28/98

     Government Organization Act

     REGISTRY SERVICES (NON-PAYMENT
     OF FEES) REGULATION

     Filed:  February 11, 1998

Made by the Minister of Municipal Affairs (M.O. R:303/98) pursuant to
section 9(1)(f) of Schedule 13 of the Government Organization Act.


     Table of Contents

Definitions    1
Restriction    2
Notice    3
Payment   4
Restoring provision of registry services     5
Cancellation of motor vehicle registration   6
Expiry    7


Definitions
1  The definitions in section 1 of Schedule 13 of the Government
Organization Act apply to this Regulation.


Restriction
2(1)  If a person owes the Government money in respect of registry services
that have been provided, Alberta Registries may notify all registry agents
and statutory officers who provide registry services that

     (a)  the person owes the Government an amount of money specified in
the notice, and

     (b)  no registry services, other than those specified by Alberta
Registries, are to be provided to the person until the amounts referred to
in section 4 have been received in accordance with that section.

(2)  A registry agent or statutory officer who receives a notice under
subsection (1) must comply with it.


Notice
3   If Alberta Registries restricts a person's ability to obtain registry
services under section 2, Alberta Registries must send a notice by regular
mail to the last known address of the person in the records of Alberta
Registries setting out

     (a)  that the person will no longer receive some or all registry
services, as specified in the notice, because the person owes money to the
Government with respect to the payment of fees for registry services, and

     (b)  that the provision of registry services will not be restored
until the amounts referred to in section 4 have been received in accordance
with that section.


Payment
4  Before restoring the provision of registry services to a person
specified in a notice under section 2, 

     (a)  the Government must receive in cash or by certified cheque or
money order the amount owing to the Government plus a government
administration fee of $25, and

     (b)  if payment is made to a registry agent, the registry agent must
receive the agent's service charge as established by or under an enactment.


Restoring provision of registry services
5(1)  If the amounts referred to in section 4 in respect of a person
specified in a notice under section 2 have been received in accordance with
section 4 or if Alberta Registries determines that the person's ability to
obtain registry services has been restricted in error, Alberta Registries
must direct all registry agents and statutory officers who provide registry
services to restore the provision of registry services to the person.

(2)  A registry agent or statutory officer who receives a direction under
subsection (1) must comply with it.


Cancellation of motor vehicle registration
6(1)  If the Government is owed money in respect of a certificate of
vehicle registration issued under the Motor Vehicle Administration Act, the
Registrar of Motor Vehicle Services may cancel the certificate.

(2)  If the Registrar of Motor Vehicle Services cancels a certificate of
vehicle registration, the Registrar must send a notice by single registered
mail to the person in whose name the certificate was issued setting out

     (a)  that the certificate has been cancelled, and

     (b)  that a new certificate of registration for any motor vehicle
will not be issued to the person until the amounts referred to in
subsection (3) have been received in accordance with that subsection.

(3)  The person whose certificate of vehicle registration was cancelled may
not be issued a certificate of registration under the Motor Vehicle
Administration Act for any motor vehicle unless 

     (a)  the Government receives payment for the new certificate of
vehicle registration, 

     (b)  the Government receives in cash or by certified cheque or money
order

               (i)  a fee for the period that the cancelled certificate
was in force, which is calculated in the same manner as the fee for a
certificate of vehicle registration that is issued for the same period, and

               (ii) a government administration fee of $25, 

     and

     (c)  if payment is made to a registry agent, the registry agent
receives the agent's service charge as established by or under an
enactment.

(4)  The cancellation of a certificate of vehicle registration is in
addition to the power to restrict the ability to obtain registry services
under section 2.

(5)  When a certificate of vehicle registration is cancelled under this
section and Alberta Registries restricts a person's ability to obtain
registry services as a result of the cancellation, the amount owing to the
Government referred to in section 4(a) is to be  calculated in accordance
with subsection (3)(b)(i) of this section.

(6)  Despite subsection (3), if the Registrar of Motor Vehicle Services
determines that a certificate of vehicle registration has been cancelled
under subsection (1) in error, the Registrar must issue a certificate of
vehicle registration to replace the cancelled certificate.


Expiry
7   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be repassed in
its present or an amended form following a review, this Regulation expires
on November 30, 2002.


     Alberta Regulation 29/98

     Wildlife Act

     WILDLIFE AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  February 11, 1998

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 49/98) and the Minister of
Environmental Protection (M.O. 02/98) pursuant to sections 96 and 97 of the
Wildlife Act and sections 1(b) and 2 of the Wildlife Regulation (AR
143/97).


1   The Wildlife Regulation (AR 143/97) is amended by this Regulation.


2   Section 154 is amended by striking out "and subject to Note 4 in
Schedule 5".


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     Alberta Regulation 30/98

     Social Care Facilities Licensing Act

     DAY CARE AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  February 11, 1998

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 52/98) pursuant to section
11 of the Social Care Facilities Licensing Act.


1   The Day Care Regulation (AR 333/90) is amended by this Regulation.


2   Section 5(1)(d) is amended by striking out "local board of the health
unit" and substituting "regional health authority in the health region".


3   Section 9 is repealed.


4   Section 10 is repealed and the following is substituted:

Accommoda-tion
     10   A licence holder shall ensure that,

               (a)  in the case of a day care facility,

                         (i)  no room or space used for child care
purposes is located more than one storey below the ground,

                         (ii) washrooms and washroom fixtures are
conveniently located and easily accessible to children, and

                         (iii)     each room used for child care purposes
has a layout that is conducive to effective supervision;

               (b)  in the case of a day care centre or drop-in centre,
there is adequate space provided for administrative and staff needs.


5   Section 12 is amended

     (a)  in clause (e) by striking out ", mat or bed" and substituting
"or mat";

     (b)  in clauses (h) and (i) by striking out ", mats and beds" and
substituting "and mats".


6   Section 15(a) and (b) are amended by striking out "disciplinary" and
substituting "child management".


7   Section 17 is repealed and the following is substituted:

Availability of telephone numbers and address
     17(1)  A licence holder shall ensure that the current telephone
numbers of the following are kept readily available in the day care
facility:

               (a)  all staff members, including substitute staff
members;

               (b)  the health unit or public health centre serving the
day care facility;

               (c)  the nearest poison information centre;

               (d)  the fire department;

               (e)  the police service;

               (f)  the ambulance service.

     (2)  A licence holder shall ensure that the current address and
telephone number of the nearest hospital emergency centre are kept readily
available in the day care facility.


8   Section 19 is repealed and the following is substituted:

Serious incident or illness
     19   In the case of a serious incident, whether injury occurs or not,
or a serious illness to a child, the licence holder shall forthwith ensure
that

               (a)  a parent is notified, and

               (b)  the child receives medical attention when
necessary.


9   Section 21 is repealed and the following is substituted:

Supervised care for sick child
     21   A licence holder shall ensure that a sick child is

               (a)  kept as far away as is practicable from the other
children, and

               (b)  directly supervised by a primary staff member

     until the child can be removed from the day care facility.


10   Section 22(2) is repealed and the following is substituted:

     (2)  The licence holder shall ensure that 

               (a)  all medication, except medication prescribed by a
physician that may be needed in an emergency to save a child's life, is
stored in a locked container that is inaccessible to children, and

               (b)  medication prescribed by a physician that may be
needed in an emergency to save a child's life is stored in a place that is
inaccessible to children.


11   Section 24 is amended by striking out "day care centre, nursery school
or drop-in centre" and substituting "day care facility".


12   Section 28(2) is amended

     (a)  in clause (d) by striking out "address and";

     (b)  in clause (e) by striking out ", address".


13   Section 29(2) is amended

     (a)  by striking out "and" at the end of clause (a);

     (b)  by repealing clause (b) and substituting the following:

               (b)  the current telephone number of

                         (i)  the health unit or public health centre
serving the day care facility, and

                         (ii) the nearest poison information centre,

               and

     (c)  by adding the following after clause (b):

               (c)  the current telephone number and address of the
nearest hospital emergency centre.


14   Section 30(5)(c) and (6) are repealed.


15   Section 32(2) is repealed.


16   Section 34(2) is repealed.


17   Section 38(1)(a) is amended by striking out "4" and substituting "7".


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     Alberta Regulation 31/98

     Livestock Diseases Act

     PRODUCTION ANIMAL MEDICINE REGULATION

     Filed:  February 11, 1998

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 53/98) pursuant to section
9 of the Livestock Diseases Act.


     Table of Contents

Definitions    1
Application of Regulation     2
Prohibition    3
Application for licence   4
Renewal of licence  5
Refusal to issue or renew licence  6
Qualification certificate     7
Term of licence     8
Licence non-transferable 9
Change in ownership 10
Notices   11
Fee not refundable  12
Permitted medicine  13
Suspension or cancellation of licence   14
Seal and placard    15
Records   16
Inspection permitted     17
Manner of sale 18
Advertising    19
Storage of medicine 20
Duties of licensee  21
Form of notice of appeal 22
Repeal    23
Expiry    24
Coming into force   25

Schedule


Definitions
1  In this Regulation,

     (a)  "Committee" means the Advisory Committee established by the
Minister under section 7 of the Government Organization Act for the
purposes of this Regulation;

     (b)  "Department" means the Department of Agriculture, Food and
Rural Development;

     (c)  "Director" means the Director of the Animal Industry Division
of the Department;

     (d)  "inspector" means an inspector appointed under section 2 of the
Act;

     (e)  "licence" means a licence issued by the Director under this
Regulation to sell medicine to the public;

     (f)  "licensee" means a person who holds a licence issued under this
Regulation;

     (g)  "medicine" means drugs, vaccines and biological supplies for
the prevention, treatment, control or eradication of disease in production
animals;

     (h)  "permanent place of retail business" means a business operated
in a building or a part of a building that

               (i)  is accessible to the public during regular business
hours of not less than 40 hours per week, and

               (ii) has signs or other markings that identify the
building or a part of the building as a place of retail business,

          but does not include a business operated in a private dwelling
or in a building that houses production animals;

     (i)  "production animal" means 

               (i)  a species of animal that may be used for human
consumption or whose products may be used for human consumption, or

               (ii) a fur-bearing animal referred to in section 1 of
the Fur Farms Regulation (AR 299/96);

     (j)  "sell" includes offer for sale or keep in stock for sale.


Application of Regulation
2   This Regulation does not apply to

     (a)  the sale of medicated feeds prepared either in accordance with
the Feeds Act (Canada) or pursuant to a prescription issued by a registered
veterinarian;

     (b)  the sale of medicine by a manufacturer or wholesaler of
medicine

               (i)  to a registered veterinarian or a pharmacist,

               (ii) to another manufacturer or wholesaler of medicine,
or

               (iii)     to a licensee.


Prohibition
3   No person shall sell medicine to the public from any premises except
under the authority of a licence issued under this Regulation in respect of
each of those premises.


Application for licence
4(1)  A person who wishes to apply for a licence must submit a completed
application form provided by the Director, accompanied with

     (a)  a copy of the applicant's retail business licence acceptable to
the Director or, in a case where the local authority does not issue retail
business licences, a letter or a copy of a development permit from the
local authority indicating that the applicant has authority to operate a
retail business,

     (b)  such other information as required by the Director, and

     (c)  a fee for making the application in an amount set by the
Director.

(2)  The Director may refer to the Committee, for its review and
recommendations, any application for a licence that, in the opinion of the
Director, is unusual.


Renewal of licence
5   A person who wishes to apply for a renewal of licence must submit a
completed application form provided by the Director, accompanied with a fee
for making the application in an amount set by the Director.


Refusal to issue or renew licence
6(1)  The Director may refuse to issue or renew a licence if the Director
is of the opinion that the applicant

     (a)  does not have a permanent place of retail business or otherwise
lacks the equipment and facilities required to properly sell medicine to
the public, or

     (b)  has contravened

               (i)  the Act or this Regulation,

               (ii) the Pharmaceutical Profession Act,

               (iii)     the Veterinary Profession Act, or

               (iv) any Act of the Parliament of Canada relating to the
sale or distribution of medicine.

(2)  Where the Director refuses to issue or renew a licence, the Director
shall notify the applicant in writing of that fact.


Qualification certificate
7(1)   A person may apply to the Director for a qualification certificate.

(2)  The Director shall issue a qualification certificate to an applicant
who has

     (a)  successfully completed any course of instruction or training
regarding the proper handling of medicine that is required by the Director,

     (b)  passed an examination set by the Committee, and

     (c)  paid a fee for making the application in an amount set by the
Director.

(3)  No licensee shall sell medicine unless the licensee has on duty at all
times at least one staff member who holds a qualification certificate.

(4)  A qualification certificate expires on October 31 of the 4th year
following the year in which the certificate was issued.

(5)  A licensee shall notify the Director forthwith of

     (a)  ceasing to have a staff member who holds a qualification
certificate as required by subsection (3), or

     (b)  the name and qualification certificate number of any new staff
member on the applicant's premises who holds a qualification certificate.


Term of licence
8   A licence expires on October 31 of the year for which it is issued.


Licence non-transferable
9   A licence is not assignable or in any other manner transferable.


Change in ownership
10(1)  On a change of ownership of the business of a licensee, the licensee
shall notify the Director forthwith and return the unexpired licence to the
Director.

(2)  For purposes of subsection (1),

     (a)  in the case of a licence issued to a partnership, a change in
ownership is deemed to have occurred if there is a change in the partners
of the partnership;

     (b)  in the case of a licence issued to a corporation, a change in
ownership is deemed to have occurred if 50% or more of the beneficial
ownership if the corporation is sold, assigned or transferred.


Notices
11   Subject to section 14(2), a notice to be given to a licensee by the
Minister or the Director under this Regulation may be given by sending the
notice by mail to the licensee's last known address for service.


Fee not refundable
12   Any fee paid under this Regulation is not refundable.


Permitted medicine
13(1)   A licence issued under this Regulation authorizes the licensee to
sell any of the following medicine: 

     (a)  injectable biologicals for the prevention or treatment of
disease in production animals, including antiserums, bacterins, toxoids,
antitoxins, products containing concentrated or purified antibodies and
vaccines, except Brucella, Rabies, Anthrax, modified-live virus and live
virus vaccines for mammals;

     (b)  antibiotics approved by the Bureau of Veterinary Drugs of the
Department of Health and Welfare (Canada) for oral, injectable, topical or
intramammary administration to production animals and sulfonamides and
their salts and derivatives, except a drug included in Part I, Schedule F
of the Food and Drug Regulations (C.R.C., 1978 c.870) made under the Food
and Drugs Act (Canada), and all concentrated drugs that are intended for
mixing into feed;

     (c)  preparations for the control of external and internal parasites
and insect pests of production animals, including those registered under
the Pest Control Products Act (Canada);

     (d)  oral preparations labelled by the manufacturer for the
prevention or treatment of diseases of the digestive system in production
animals, including bloat, colic, indigestion, diarrhea, constipation and
impaction;

     (e)  preparations labelled by the manufacturer for the treatment of
surface wounds and lacerations, wire cuts and burns in production animals;

     (f)  preparations labelled by the manufacturer for the treatment of
skin diseases in production animals;

     (g)  vitamins for injection or oral administration to production
animals, injectable vitamin A not to exceed 500 000 I.U. per millilitre and
injectable vitamin D not to exceed 75 000 I.U. per millilitre;

     (h)  preparations containing minerals for oral administration, and
selenium and iron for injection into production animals for the prevention
or treatment of deficiencies;

     (i)  growth promotants and hormone preparations in the form of
implants and feed additives labelled by the manufacturer for use in
production animals;

     (j)  injectable epinephrine for treatment of anaphylactic reactions
in production animals;

     (k)  dextrose, calcium, phosphorus and magnesium preparations and
propylene glycol labelled by the manufacturer for treatment and prevention
of acetonemia and hypocalcemia in production animals;

     (l)  anti-cannibalism compounds for poultry.

(2)  No licensee shall purchase or sell a medicine not listed in subsection
(1) or permit a medicine not listed in subsection (1) to be stored on the
licensee's premises.


Suspension or cancellation of licence
14(1)   Where a licensee

     (a)  has made a false statement in the application for a licence or
renewal of licence, or

     (b)  has contravened

               (i)  the Act or this Regulation,

               (ii) the Pharmaceutical Profession Act,

               (iii)     the Veterinary Profession Act, or

               (iv) any Act of the Parliament of Canada relating to the
sale or distribution of medicine,

the Minister may

     (c)  request the licensee to provide a written undertaking, in the
form that the Minister considers proper, that the licensee will refrain
from engaging in the act or practice that gave rise to the contravention,

     (d)  suspend the licensee's licence for a period that the Minister
considers appropriate, or

     (e)  cancel the licensee's licence.

(2)  Where the Minister has suspended or cancelled a licensee's licence,
the Minister shall notify the licensee by registered mail to the licensee's
last known address for service.

(3)  Where a licence has been suspended or cancelled, the licensee shall
return the licence to the Minister within 7 days of being notified.


Seal and placard
15(1)  Where a licence has been suspended or cancelled, the Minister may
cause an inspector

     (a)  to seal the cabinet or storage space where the licensee's
medicine is kept, and

     (b)  to erect a placard within the licensee's business premises that
reads "Medicine for Diseases of Production Animals Not For Sale by order of
the Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Development".

(2)  No person other than an inspector shall remove a seal or placard
pursuant to subsection (1).


Records
16(1)  A licensee shall keep an accurate record for each medicine purchased
and sold by the licensee, including

     (a)  the date, name and address of the purchaser, and

     (b)  the type and quantity, and the lot number where applicable, of
the medicine purchased.

(2)  A licensee shall keep copies of all purchase receipts and records of
sales for a period of 2 years.

(3)  At the end of each licensing year, the Director may require a written
report from each licensee setting forth such information as the Director
considers necessary.


Inspection permitted
17(1)  A licensee shall permit an inspector to inspect during ordinary
business hours

     (a)  the medicine the licensee has in stock,

     (b)  the premises where the medicine is stored and sold, and

     (c)  the licensee's records of the medicine purchased, sold and in
stock.

(2)  If an inspector during an inspection finds any medicine that is not
listed in section 13(1), the inspector shall

     (a)  direct the licensee to forthwith return the medicine to the
supplier of the medicine, or

     (b)  with the consent of the licensee take possession of the
medicine and dispose of it on the direction of the Director.


Manner of sale
18(1)  No licensee shall sell medicine in any manner other than over the
counter at the licensee's place of business.

(2)  Without restricting the generality of subsection (1), no licensee
shall sell medicine door to door or by mail order.


Advertising
19   A licensee, when advertising the sale of medicine, may only

     (a)  use the words "Medicine for Diseases of Production Animals",

     (b)  list the licensee's licence number, and

     (c)  refer to the factual information from the drug label or package
insert of the drug.


Storage of medicine
20(1)  A licensee shall store or display medicine for sale that does not
require refrigeration in a place that

     (a)  prevents the medicine from coming in contact with any food or
other medicine designated for human use, and

     (b)  is clean and sanitary at all times.

(2)  A licensee shall

     (a)  keep medicine for sale that requires refrigeration in a
refrigerator at the temperature recommended by the manufacturer of the
medicine, and

     (b)  ensure that the refrigerator

               (i)  does not contain any food or other medicine
designated for human use, and

               (ii) is clean and sanitary at all times. 


Duties of licensee
21(1)  A licensee shall

     (a)  only sell medicine in containers labelled by the manufacturer,

     (b)  draw to the attention of a purchaser of medicine any
precautions to be taken with respect to the minimum amount of time that
must elapse

               (i)  between the administration of the medicine to a
production animal and the slaughter of the animal, and

               (ii) between the administration of the medicine to a
production animal and the time at which the products from the animal may be
used for human consumption, 

     (c)  draw to the attention of a purchaser of medicine any toxicity
warnings or other precautions on the label,

     (d)  display a sign, in a form determined by the Director, in a
prominent location within the licensee's business premises that 

               (i)  emphasizes the importance of proper use of 
medicine, and 

               (ii) refers customers to a staff person who holds a
qualification certificate for clarification of any questions regarding the
safe and proper use of medicine,

     and

     (e)  immediately after the expiration date of any medicine, remove
the medicine and keep it separate from other stock until it is destroyed or
returned to the manufacturer.

(2)  No licensee shall

     (a)  repackage or alter the contents of any medicine,

     (b)  give away, barter or sell any medicine as an inducement to
purchase other merchandise,

     (c)  sell medicine after the expiry date of the medicine,

     (d)  refuse a request to provide a receipt to any person who
purchases medicine from the licensee, or

     (e)  diagnose, prescribe or otherwise contravene the Veterinary
Profession Act.


Form of notice of appeal
22   The form of the notice of appeal required for the purposes of section
9.1(1) of the Act is as set out in the Schedule.


Repeal
23   The Production Animal Medicine Regulation (AR 300/64) is repealed.


Expiry
24   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be repassed in
its present or an amended form following a review, this Regulation expires
on October 31, 2003.


Coming into force
25   This Regulation comes into force on November 1, 1998.


     SCHEDULE

     NOTICE OF APPEAL



TO:  Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Development
     208 Legislature Building
     10800 - 97 Avenue
     Edmonton, Alberta
     T5K 2B6

TAKE NOTICE THAT   (name of appellant)   of    (address of appellant)   
wishes to appeal the decision of   (indicate either the Director or
Minister)   to   (indicate whether the decision was to refuse a licence, to
suspend a licence or to cancel a licence)  , dated the  (day)  of     (month)   ,   (year)  .

A copy of that decision is attached and forms part of this appeal.

The grounds for the appeal are as follows:
     (attach additional sheet if necessary)

DATED at _______, Alberta, this __ day of  (month) ,   (year)  .

               (Signature)          

FOR INFORMATION ONLY:

1.   In accordance with section 9.1 of the Livestock Diseases Act, a
person who has been refused a licence, or whose licence has been suspended
or cancelled may appeal the refusal, cancellation or suspension by serving
a Notice of Appeal on the Minister within 30 days of being notified in
writing of the refusal, cancellation or suspension.


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     Alberta Regulation 32/98

     Livestock and Livestock Products Act

     RIBBON BRANDING OF CARCASSES REGULATION

     Filed:  February 11, 1998

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 54/98) pursuant to section
2 of the Livestock and Livestock Products Act.


     Table of Contents

Definitions    1
Prohibitions   2
Exceptions     3
Repeal    4
Expiry    5


Definitions
1   In this Regulation,

     (a)  "federal laws" means the Canada Agricultural Products Act
(Canada) and the regulations made under that Act;

     (b)  "grader" means a person appointed or designated as a grader
pursuant to the federal laws.


Prohibitions
2   No person shall

     (a)  brand or mark a beef, bison, veal, lamb or mutton carcass or
any portion of it with a continuous ribbon-like mark that is not in
accordance with the federal laws, 

     (b)  sell, offer or advertise for sale or have in possession for
sale a beef, bison, veal, lamb or mutton carcass or any portion of it that
is branded or marked with a continuous ribbon-like mark that is not in
accordance with the federal laws, or 

     (c)  sell, offer or advertise for sale or have in possession for
sale a beef, bison, veal, lamb or mutton carcass or any portion of it under
any grade name or designation in the form of a stamp, brand, advertisement
or placard that resembles or might be mistaken for a grade name established
under the federal laws, unless the carcass or portion of it to which the
grade name or designation relates has been graded and marked in accordance
with the federal laws. 


Exceptions 
3   Notwithstanding section 2, a buyer, on behalf of a retailer or a
wholesaler, may place an identification brand or mark on a beef, bison,
veal, lamb or mutton carcass, if the brand or mark 

     (a)  is in brown ink or in a colour of ink corresponding to the
colour of ink on the brand that has been applied to the carcass under the
supervision of a grader, 

     (b)  does not exceed 7.6 centimetres in height or width, 

     (c)  in the case of a beef, bison or veal carcass, is located in not
more than one place on each primal cut, 

     (d)  in the case of a lamb or mutton carcass, is located in not more
than one place, and

     (e)  is not in contact with the grader's stamp. 


Repeal
4   The Ribbon Branding of Carcasses Regulation (AR 253/90) is repealed. 


Expiry
5   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be repassed in
its present or an amended form following a review, this Regulation expires
on November 30, 2002.


     Alberta Regulation 33/98

     Livestock and Livestock Products Act

     WEIGHING OF BEEF CARCASSES REGULATION

     Filed:  February 11, 1998

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 33/98) pursuant to section
2 of the Livestock and Livestock Products Act.


     Table of Contents

Definitions    1
Sale weight of carcass   2
Deduction for tare allowance  3
Weight and grade information  4
Duties of weight supervisor   5
Duties of operator  6
Weight sheet   7
Repeal    8
Expiry    9


Definitions
1   In this Regulation,

     (a)  "Act" means the Livestock and Livestock Products Act;

     (b)  "beef carcass" means an entire carcass of one head of cattle
except for

               (i)  the hide;

               (ii) the portion of the head and neck forward of the
first cervical joint;

               (iii)     the portion of the foreshank below the knee joint;

               (iv) the portion of the hindshank below the hock joint;

               (v)  the alimentary canal, liver, kidneys, spleen,
genital tract and genitalia, mammary system, heart and lungs;

               (vi) the membranous portion of the diaphragm and pillar
of the diaphragm;

               (vii)     the spinal cord;

               (viii)    internal fats that have been removed in
accordance with good commercial practice, including channel fat, kidney
fat, pelvic fat, heart fat, external cod fat and udder fat;

               (ix) the tail posterior to the first coccygeal
vertebrae;

                    (x)  the portion of the carcass that is required
to be removed under the Meat Inspection Act or the Meat Inspection Act
(Canada) or under regulations made under either of those Acts; 

     (c)  "federal laws" means the Canada Agricultural Products Act
(Canada) and the regulations made under that Act;

     (d)  "grade" means the carcass grade determined under the federal
laws; 

     (e)  "grader" means a person appointed or designated as a grader
pursuant to the federal laws;

     (f)  "Livestock Marketing Services Branch" means the Livestock
Marketing Services Branch of the Department of Agriculture, Food and Rural
Development;

     (g)  "operator" means a person who operates a packing plant or an
abattoir;

     (h)  "sale weight" means the weight of a beef carcass less any tare
in respect of it;

     (i)  "tare" means an allowance for the weight of materials and
equipment that are weighed with a beef carcass but which do not form part
of the carcass;

     (j)  "weight supervisor" means a person appointed as a weight
supervisor by the Minister in accordance with section 16 of the Act.


Sale weight of carcass
2   Where a beef carcass is weighed to determine its sale weight, the
operator shall 

     (a)  weigh the beef carcass 

               (i)  without removing any portion of it, and

               (ii) before placing it in a cooler,

     and

     (b)  record the weight on a standard weight sheet in the form
approved by the weight supervisor.


Deduction for tare allowance
3(1)  No operator shall deduct an allowance for shrinkage or tare in
calculating the sale weight of a beef carcass other than a tare respecting
equipment used for carrying, forming or supporting the beef carcass while
it is being weighed.

(2)  Where a tare is deducted from the weight of the beef carcass, the tare
must not exceed the average weight of tare items declared by the operator
under section 6(e).


Weight and grade information
4(1)  Subject to subsection (5), for each beef carcass that is weighed and
graded, the operator shall provide to the person from whom the operator
purchased the animal the following information:

     (a)  the weight of the beef carcass, and 

     (b)  the grade and descriptive symbol assigned to the beef carcass
as determined in accordance with the federal laws.

(2)  The weights and grades required under subsection (1) must be certified
by a grader and listed on a grading certificate issued pursuant to the
federal laws or on a form prescribed by the Minister.

(3)  An operator shall designate one or more persons, who are satisfactory
to the weight supervisor, to be scale operators for the packing plant or
abattoir.

(4)  Following the weighing of each lot of beef carcasses, the scale
operator shall at the next interruption of the kill provide the weight
supervisor with a signed copy of the weight sheet on which the weight of
each carcass is recorded.

(5)  This section does not apply with respect to the beef carcass of an
animal that is sold to an operator on the basis of its live weight.


Duties of weight supervisor
5(1)  A weight supervisor shall

     (a)  check the accuracy of the weighing mechanism at least twice
each day on days when beef carcasses are weighed for payment on the basis
of carcass weight;

     (b)  check the weight of the items constituting the tare on a random
basis to ensure

               (i)  that the tare is uniform for all beef carcasses,
and

               (ii) that the average weight of tare items established
pursuant to section 6(e) is adhered to within plus or minus 225 grams per
carcass;

     (c)  mark and set aside any tare items that fail to comply with
section 6(e);

     (d)  post on the scale a notice signed by the weight supervisor
indicating the tare weight to be used in weighing beef carcasses;

     (e)  report any serious malfunction of scales or any other
irregularity to the Livestock Marketing Services Branch within 24 hours of
the time that the weight supervisor discovers the malfunction or
irregularity;

     (f)  submit to the Livestock Marketing Services Branch every month
tare weight reports and a log of scale inspection reports in the form
prescribed by the Minister;

     (g)  order the operator to re-weigh any beef carcasses that, in the
weight supervisor's opinion, may not have been weighed or recorded
properly;

     (h)  promptly advise the operator of any action necessary to achieve
compliance with the Act or this Regulation;

     (i)  advise the grader of any cattle purchased as beef carcasses
prior to the cattle being slaughtered and give the grader a copy of the
weight sheet signed by the operator.

(2)  A weight supervisor shall conduct checks under subsection (1)(a)
during a time that does not interfere with the operation of the packing
plant or abattoir, as the case may be, unless the weight supervisor has
reason to believe that the weighing mechanism is faulty.


Duties of operator
6   An operator shall

     (a)  supply for the use by a weight supervisor adequate test weights
for checking scales and arrange for annual certification of the test
weights under the Weights and Measures Act (Canada);

     (b)  supply for the use by a weight supervisor in weighing tare
items, a suitable small scale, certified under the Weights and Measures Act
(Canada);

     (c)  provide all necessary assistance to a weight supervisor who is
performing any of the weight supervisor's duties under section 5;

     (d)  provide adequate storage for weights supplied under clause (a)
and maintain the weights in a clean condition;

     (e)  establish and declare to the weight supervisor the average
weight of tare items;

     (f)  for animals purchased by carcass weight or by carcass weight
and grade, prepare a manifest that indicates

               (i)  the number and sex of animals purchased from each
person, and

               (ii) the method used to identify the lot of animals and
beef carcasses, 

          and provide a copy of the manifest to the weight supervisor
before the animals are slaughtered.


Weight sheet
7   A grader shall retain the copy of the weight sheet received by the
grader pursuant to section 5(1)(i) for 90 days.


Repeal
8   The Weighing of Beef Carcasses Regulations (AR 12/77) are repealed.


Expiry
9   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be repassed in
its present or an amended form following a review, this Regulation expires
on November 30, 2002.


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     Alberta Regulation 34/98

     Wildlife Act

     WILDLIFE AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  February 11, 1998

Made by the Minister of Environmental Protection (M.O. 03/98) pursuant to
sections 15, 25 and 96 of the Wildlife Act.


1   The Wildlife Regulation (AR 143/97) is amended by this Regulation.


2   Section 152(4) is repealed.


3   Schedule 5 is repealed and the Schedule contained in the Schedule to
this Regulation is substituted.


     SCHEDULE TO THIS REGULATION

     SCHEDULE 5
     (Section 4(h) of this Regulation)

     CONTROLLED ANIMALS

NOTES:  1   Animals listed in this Schedule, as a general rule,  are
described in the left hand column by reference to common or descriptive
names and in the right hand column by reference to scientific names.  But,
in the event of any conflict as to the kind of animals that are listed, a
scientific name in the right hand column prevails over the corresponding
common or descriptive name in the left hand column.

2   Also included in this Schedule is any animal that is the hybrid
offspring resulting from the crossing, whether before or after the
commencement of this Schedule, of 2 animals at least one of which is or was
an animal of a kind that is a controlled animal by virtue of this Schedule.

3   This Schedule excludes all wildlife animals, and therefore if a
wildlife animal would, but for this Note, be included in this Schedule, it
is hereby excluded from being a controlled animal.


     PART 1

     MAMMALS (CLASS MAMMALIA)

1.   AMERICAN OPOSSUMS (Family Didelphidae)

Virginia Opossum    Didelphis virginiana


2.   SHREWS (Family Soricidae)

Long-tailed    Genus Sorex
Least     Cryptotis parva
Water     Genus Neomys
White-toothed  Crocidura lasiura,
     Crocidura russula,
     Crocidura sibirica
Piebald   Diplomesodon pulchellum


3.   MOLES (Family Talpidae)

Russian Desman Desmana moschata
Pyrenean Desman     Galemys pyrenaicus
Old World Talpa altaica, Talpa
          caucasica and Talpa
          europaea
East Asian     Mogera robusta
Star-nosed     Condylura cristata


4.   ALL FLYING LEMURS (Family Cynocephalidae)

Flying Lemurs (Colugos)  Genus Cynocephalus


5.   ALL BATS (Order Chiroptera)


6.   ALL LORISES, POTTOS AND GALAGOS 
     (Family Lorisidae)

Golden Potto (Angwantibo)     Arctocebus calabarensis
Slender Loris  Loris tardigradus
Slow Lorises (Cu Lan)    Genus Nycticebus
Potto     Perodicticus potto
Needle-clawed Bush Babies     Genus Euoticus
Galagos (Bush Babies)    Genus Galago
Greater Bush Babies Genus Otolemur
Dwarf Galagos  Genus Galagoides


7.   ALL DWARF AND MOUSE LEMURS 
     (Family Cheirogaleidae)

Mouse Lemurs   Genus Microcebus
Coquerel's Dwarf Lemur   Mirza coquereli
Dwarf Lemurs   Genus Cheirogaleus
Hairy-eared Dwarf Lemur  Allocebus trichotis
Fork-marked Mouse Lemur  Phaner furcifer


8.   ALL LEMURS (Family Lemuridae)

Lemurs    Genus Eulemur
Ring-tailed Lemur   Lemur catta
Gentle Lemurs  Genus Hapalemur
Variegated (Ruffed) Lemurs    Genus Varecia
Brown Lemur    Petterus fulvus


9.   ALL SPORTIVE LEMURS (Family Megaladapidae)

Sportive (Weasel) Lemurs Genus Lepilemur


10.  ALL INDRI, AVAHI AND SIFAKAS (Family Indriidae)

Indri     Indri indri
Avahi (Woolly) Lemur     Avahi laniger
Sifakas   Genus Propithecus


11.  ALL AYE-AYES (Family Daubentoniidae)

Aye-ayes  Genus Daubentonia


12.  ALL TARSIERS (Family Tarsiidae)

Tarsiers  Genus Tarsius


13.  ALL MARMOSETS AND TAMARINS
     (Family Callitrichidae)

Long-tusked Marmosets (Tamarins)   Genus Saguinus
Lion Tamarins  Genus Leontopithecus
Short-tusked Marmosets (Titis)     Genus Callithrix except the
          common marmoset
          (Callithrix jacchus)
Pygmy Marmoset Cebuella pygmaea
Goeldi's Marmoset   Callimico goeldii


14.  ALL NEW WORLD MONKEYS (Family Cebidae)

Squirrel Monkeys         Genus Saimiri
Douroucoulis (Night) Monkeys       Genus Aotus
Titi Monkeys        Genus Callicebus
Howler Monkeys      Genus Alouatta
Sakis          Genus Pithecia
Bearded Sakis       Genus Chiropotes
Uakaris        Genus Cacajao
Capuchins (Ring-tail Monkeys)      Genus Cebus
Woolly Monkeys      Genus Lagothrix
Spider Monkeys      Genus Ateles
Woolly Spider Monkey (Muriqui)     Brachyteles arachnoides


15.  ALL OLD WORLD MONKEYS (Family Ceropithecidae)

Talapoin  Miopithecus talapoin
Guenons   Genus Cercopithecus
Patas Monkey   Erythrocebus patas
Allen's Monkey Allenopithecus nigroviridis
Mangabeys Genus Cercocebus
Macaques  Genus Macaca
Baboons   Genus Papio
Drills/Mandrills    Genus Mandrillus
Gelada Baboon  Theropithecus galada
Langurs   Genus Presbytis
Hanuman Langur Semnopithecus entellus
Brow-ridged Langurs Genus Trachypithecus
Douc Langurs   Genus Pygathrix
Snub-nosed Langurs  Genus Rhinopithecus
Proboscis Monkey    Nasalis larvatus
Pig-tailed Langur   Simias concolor
Black and White 
   Colobus Monkeys  Genus Colobus
Red Colobus Monkeys Genus Piliocolobus
Olive Colobus Monkey     Procolobus verus


16.  ALL LESSER APES (Family Hylobatidae)

Gibbons   Genus Hylobates


17.  ALL GREAT APES (Family Pongidae)

Orangutan Pongo pygmaeus
Gorilla   Gorilla gorilla
Chimpanzees    Genus Pan

18.  ARMADILLOS (Family Dasypodidae)

Hairy Armadillos (Peludos)    Genus Chaetophractus
Six-banded Armadillo     Euphractus sexcinctus
Pichi     Zaedyus pichiy
Giant Armadillo     Priodontes maximus
Naked-tailed Armadillos  Genus Cabassous
Three-hand Armadillos    Genus Tolypeutes
Long-nosed Armadillos    Genus Dasypus
Pichiciegos    Genus Chlamyphorus


19.  ALL PIKA-LIKE (Family Ochotonidae)

Pikas     Genus Ochotona


20.  HARES AND RABBITS  (Family Leporidae)

Pygmy Rabbits  Brachylagus (Sylvilagus)
          idahoensis
Cottontails
   - Desert    Sylvilagus audubonii
   - Brush     Sylvilagus bachmani
   - Eastern   Sylvilagus floridanus
   - New England    Sylvilagus transitionalis
Hares
   - Arctic    Lepus arcticus
   - European (Brown)    Lepus europaeus
   - Manchurian     Lepus mandshuricus
   - Woolly    Lepus oiostolus
   - Alaskan   Lepus othus
   - Blue (Mountain)     Lepus timidus


21.  SQUIRREL-LIKE (Family Sciuridae)

Chipmunks
    - Eastern  Tamias striatus
    - Siberian Eutamias sibiricus
    - Uinta    Eutamias umbrinus
Marmots   Genus Marmota
Ground Squirrels    Genus Spermophilus
Long-clawed Ground Squirrel   Spermophilopsis
          leptodactylus
White-tailed Prairie Dog      Cynomys leucurus
Tree Squirrels
   - Fox  Sciurus niger
   - European  Sciurus vulgaris
Flying Squirrels
   - Russian   Pteromys volans
   - Complex-toothed     Trogopterus xanthipes


22.  BEAVER (Family Castoridae)

European Beaver     Castor fiber


23.  RAT/MOUSE-LIKE (Family Muridae)

Hamsters
   -Black-bellied   Cricetus cricetus
   - Ratlike   Genus Cricetulus
Mole Rats Genus Spalax, Genus
          Nannospalax and Genus
          Myospalax
Jirds     Genus Meriones
Great Gerbil   Rhombomys opimus
Red-back Mice (Bank Voles)    Genus Clethrionomys
Pere David's (Pratt's) Voles  Genus Eothenomys
High Mountain Voles Genus Alticola
Martino's Snow Vole Dinaromys bogdanovi
Water (Bank) Voles  Genus Arvicola
Voles (Meadow Mice) Genus Microtus
Steppe Lemmings     Genus Lagurus
True Lemmings  Genus Lemmus
Wood Lemming   Myopus schisticolor
Bog Lemming    Synaptomys cooperi
    Collared (Varying)
    Lemmings   Genus Dicrostonyx
Mole Voles (Mole Lemmings)    Genus Ellobius
Wood/Field Mice
   (Old World) Genus Apodemus
Harvest Mouse  Micromys minutus
Rats Genus Rattus


24.  DORMICE (Family Gliridae)

Common Dormouse
   (Hazel Mouse)    Muscardinus avellanarius
Forest Dormice Genus Dryomys
Garden Dormouse     Eliomys quercinus
Mouselike Dormouse  Myomimus personatus
Desert Dormouse     Selevinia betpakdalaensis
Birch Mice     Genus Sicista
Woodland Jumping Mouse   Napaeozapus insignis


25.  JERBOAS (Family Dipodidae)

Rough-legged
   (Northern Three-toed) Dipus sagitta
Comb-toed Paradipus ctenodactylus
Desert    Jaculus lichtensteini, Jaculus
        turcmenicus
Thick-tailed Three-toed  Genus Stylodipus
Four and Five-toed  Genus Allactaga
Lesser Five-toed
   (Little Earth Hare)   Alactagulus pumilio
Flat-tailed    Genus Pygeretmus
Five-toed Dwarf     Cardiocranius paradoxus
Three-toed Dwarf    Genus Salpingotus


26.  CAVIES (Family Caviidae)

Patagonian "Hare"   Dolichotis patagonum
Mara Dolichotis salinicola


27.  ALL NUTRIA AND COYPU (Family Capromyidae)

Nutria    Myocastor coypus


28.  ALL DOG-LIKE (Family Canidae)

Foxes     Genus Vulpes
Fennec Fox     Fennecus zerda
Gray Foxes     Genus Urocyon
Arctic Fox     Alopex lagopus
Hoary Fox Lycalopex vetulus
South American Foxes     Genus Pseudalopex
Crab-eating Fox     Cerdocyon thous
Bat-eared Fox  Otocyon megalotis
Raccoon Dog    Nyctereutes procyonoides
Small-eared Dog     Atelocynus microtis
Bush Dog  Speothos venaticus
African Hunting Dog Lycaon pictus
Side-striped Jackal Canis adustus
Golden Jackal  Canis aureus
Black-backed Jackal Canis mesomelas
Simien Jackal  Canis simensis
Red Wolf  Canis rufus
Maned Wolf     Chrysocyon brachyurus
Dhole     Cuon alpinus


29.  ALL BEARS (Family Ursidae)

Spectacled Bear     Tremarctos ornatus
Polar Bear     Ursus maritimus
Sun Bear  Ursus malayanus
Asiatic Black Bear  Ursus thibetanus
Sloth Bear     Ursus ursinus
Giant Panda    Ailuropoda melanoleuca


30.  ALL RACCOON-LIKE (Family Procyonidae)

Lesser Panda   Ailurus fulgens
Ringtails (Cacomistles)  Genus Bassariscus
Raccoons  Genus Procyon
Coatis (Coatimundis)     Genus Nasua
Mountain Coati Nasuella olivacea
Kinkajou  Potos flavus
Olingos   Genus Bassaricyon


31.  ALL WEASEL-LIKE (Family Mustelidae)

Weasels, Mink and Polecats    Genus Mustela except the
          European or domestic
          ferret (Mustela furo)
Patagonian Weasel   Lyncodon patagonicus
North African Striped Weasel  Poecilictis libyca
African Striped Weasel   Poecilogale albinucha
Marbled Polecat     Vormela peregusna
Striped Polecat (Zorilla)     Ictonyx striatus
Grisons   Genus Galictis
Tayra     Eira barbara
Martens, Fisher and Sable     Genus Martes
Honey Badger (Ratel)     Mellivora capensis
Old World Badger    Meles meles
Hog Badger     Arctonyx collaris
Stink Badgers  Genus Mydaus
Ferret Badgers Genus Melogale
Spotted Skunks Genus Spilogale
Hooded Skunk   Mephitis macroura
Hog-nosed Skunks    Genus Conepatus
River Otters   Genus Lutra
Giant Otter    Pteronura brasiliensis
Clawless Otters     Genus Aonyx
Sea Otter Enhydra lutris


32.  ALL VIVERRIDS (Family Viverridae)

Civets    
   - Oriental       Genus Viverra
   - African   Civettictis civetta
   - Lesser Oriental (Rasse)  Viverricula indica
   - African Palm   Nandinia binotata
   - Small-toothed
      (Three-striped Palm)         Arctogalidia trivirgata
   - Palm/Musangs/
       Toddy Cats        Genus Paradoxurus
   - Masked Palm    Paguma larvata
   - Sulawesian Palm     Macrogalidia musschenbroeki
   - Binturong      Arctictis binturong
   - Banded Palm    Genus Hemigalus
   - Owston's Palm  Chrotogale owstoni
   - Otter     Cynogale bennettii
   - Malgasy   Fossa fosssa
   - Falanouc  Eupleres goudotii
Genets    Genus Genetta
Aquatic Genet  Osbornictis piscivora
African Linsang (Oyan)   Poiana richardsoni
Oriental Linsangs   Genus Prionodon
Mongooses Genus Herpestes
   - Malgasy Ring-tailed Galidia elegans
   - Malgasy Broad-striped    Genus Galidictis
   - Malgasy Narrow-striped   Mungotictis decemlineata
   - Malgasy Brown-tailed
       (Salano)     Salanoia concolor
   - Banded and Gambian  Genus Mungos
   - Cusimanses     Genus Crossarchus
   - Liberian  Liberiictis kuhni
   - Dwarf     Genus Helogale
   - African Tropical
       Savannah          Dologale dybowskii
   - Black-legged   Genus Bdeogale
   - Meller's  Rhynchogale melleri
   - White-tailed   Ichneumia albicauda
   - Marsh or Water Atilax paludinosus
   - Yellow    Cynictis penicillata
   - Selous's (Gray Meerkat)  Paracynictis selousi
   - Suricate (Slender-
        tailed Meerkat)  Suricata suricatta
   - Fossa     Cryptoprocta ferox


33.  ALL AARDWOLVES AND HYENAS
     (Family Hyaenidae)

Aardwolf  Proteles cristatus
Spotted Hyena  Crocuta crocuta
Striped and Brown Hyenas Genus Hyaena


34.  ALL CAT-LIKE (Family Felidae)

Small Cats and Lynxes         Genus Felis except the
               domestic cat (Felis catus)
Clouded Leopard     Neofelis nebulosa
Big Cats (Leopards, Tigers,
     Jaguars, Lions)     Genus Panthera
Cheetah             Acinonyx jubatus


35.  ALL ELEPHANTS (Family Elephantidae)

Asiatic or Indian   Elephas maximus
African             Loxodonta africana


36.  ALL ZEBRAS (Family Equidae)

Burchell's     Equus burchelli
Grevy's        Equus grevyi
Mountain  Equus zebra


37.  ALL TAPIRS (Family Tapiridae)

Tapirs         Genus Tapirus


38.  ALL RHINOCEROSES (Family Rhinocerotidae)

White (Square-lipped)    Ceratotherium simum
Black               Diceros bicornis
Sumatran (Hairy)    Dicerorhinus sumatrensis
Asian One-horned    Genus Rhinoceros


39.  ALL PIGS AND HOGS (Family Suidae)

Babirusa  Babyrousa babyrussa
Giant Forest Hog    Hylochoerus meinertzhageni
Wart Hog  Phacochoerus aethiopicus
African Bush Pig
    (Red River Hog) Potamochoerus porcus
Pigs, Hogs or Boars Genus Sus except domestic
               swine (Sus scrofa)


40.  ALL PECCARIES (Family Tayassuidae)

Chacoan   Catagonus wagneri
Collared and White-lipped
     (Javelinas)    Genus Tayassu


41.  ALL HIPPOPOTAMUSES (Family Hippopotamidae)

Pygmy Hippopotamus  Choeropsis liberiensis
Hippopotamus   Hippopotamus amphibius


42.  ALL DEER (Family Cervidae)

Musk Deer Genus Moschus
Chinese Water Deer  Hydropotes inermis
Muntjacs (Barking Deer)  Genus Muntiacus
Tufted Deer    Elaphodus cephalophus
Fallow Deer    Dama dama
Axis Deer Genus Axis
Red Deer (Wapiti)   Genus Cervus *
Pere David's Deer   Elaphurus davidianus
Marsh Deer     Blastocerus dichotomus
Pampas Deer    Ozotoceros bezoarticus
Guemals (Huemuls)   Genus Hippocamelus
Brocket Deer   Genus Mazama
Pudus          Genus Pudu
Caribou (Reindeer)  Rangifer tarandus
Roe Deer  Genus Capreolus

*  excluding present and prospective game production animals.


43.  ALL GIRAFFES AND OKAPI (Family Giraffidae)

Giraffe        Giraffa camelopardalis
Okapi          Okapia johnstoni


44.  ANTELOPE/CATTLE/GOATS/
     SHEEP-LIKE (Family Bovidae)

Tamaraw (Tamarao)   Bubalus mindorensis
Lowland Anoa   Bubalus depressicornis
Mountain Anoa  Bubalus quarlesi
African Buffalo     Syncerus caffer
Banteng        Bos javanicus
Gaur (Seladang)     Bos gaurus
Kouprey   Bos sauveli
European Bison (Wisent)  Bison bonasus
Wildebeests (Gnus)  Genus Connochaetes
Central Asian Gazelles   Genus Procapra
Tibetan (Chiru) Antelope Pantholops hodgsoni
Saiga          Saiga tatarica
Serows         Genus Capricornis
Gorals         Genus Nemorhaedus
Chamois   Genus Rupicapra
Takin          Budorcas taxicolor
Tahrs          Genus Hemitragus
Goats          Genus Capra except
               domestic goats (Capra
               hircus)
Bharals (Blue Sheep)     Genus Pseudois
Aoudad (Barbary) Sheep   Ammotragus lervia
Sheep          Genus Ovis except domestic
               sheep (Ovis aries)


     PART 2

     BIRDS (CLASS AVES)


1.   DUCKS, GEESE AND SWANS (Family Anatidae)

Limited to birds that are not readily distinguishable by  size, shape or
colour from those protected by the Migratory Birds Convention Act (Canada).


2.   HAWKS AND EAGLES (Family Accipitridae)

Honey Buzzard  Pernis apivorus
Black Kite     Milvus migrans
Red Kite  Milvus milvus
Harris' Hawk   Parabuteo unicinctus
Pallas' Sea Eagle   Haliaeetus leucoryphus
White-tailed Sea Eagle   Haliaeetus albicilla
Steller's (Black) Sea Eagle        Haliaeetus pelagicus
Short-toed (Serpent) Eagle    Circaetus gallicus
Western (Eurasian)
   Marsh Harrier    Circus aeruginosus
Eastern Marsh Harrier    Circus spilonotus
Pallid Harrier Circus macrourus
Montagu's Harrier   Circus pygargus
Pied Harrier   Circus melanoleucos
Northern (Eurasian)
   Sparrowhawk Accipiter nisus
Levant Sparrowhawk  Accipiter brevipes
Eurasian Buzzard    Buteo buteo
Long-legged Buzzard Buteo rufinus
Upland Buzzard Buteo hemilasius
Tawny (Steppe) Eagle     Aquila rapax
Greater Spotted Eagle    Aquila clanga
Lesser Spotted Eagle     Aquila pomarina
Imperial Eagle Aquila heliaca


3.   FALCONS AND CARACARAS (Family Falconidae)

Lesser Kestrel Falco naumanni
Common Kestrel Falco tinnunculus
Red-footed Falcon   Falco vespertinus
European Hobby Falco subbuteo
Laggar Falcon  Falco jugger
Saker Falcon   Falco cherrug


4.   PHEASANTS AND GROUSE (Family Phasianidae)

Hazel Grouse   Bonasa bonasia
Severtzov's Hazel Grouse Bonasa sewerzowi
Sharp-winged 
    (Siberian Spruce) Grouse  Dendragapus falcipennis
Caucasian Black Grouse   Tetrao mlokosiewiczi
Black Grouse   Tetrao tetrix
Black-billed Capercaillie     Tetrao parvirostris
Western Capercaillie     Tetrao urogallus
Lesser Prairie Chicken   Tympanuchus pallidicinctus
Snowcocks Genus Tetraogallus


5.   OWLS (Family Strigidae)

Eurasian Scops Owl  Otus scops
Eurasian Eagle Owl  Bubo bubo
Blakiston's Fish Owl     Bubo blakistoni
Eurasian Pygmy Owl  Glaucidium passerinum
Hume's (Tawny) Owl  Strix butleri
Eurasian Tawny Owl  Strix aluco
Ural Owl  Strix uralensis


6.

Any other species of bird that is protected  by the Migratory Birds
Convention Act (Canada).


     PART 3

     REPTILES (CLASS REPTILIA)


1.   SNAPPING TURTLES (Family Chelydridae)

Snapping Turtle     Chelydra serpentina
Alligator Snapping Turtle     Macroclemys temmincki


2.   FRESHWATER TURTLES (Family Emydidae)

Blanding's Turtle   Emydoidea blandingii
European Pond Turtle     Emys orbicularis
Map Turtles    Genus Graptemys


3.   MUD TURTLES (Family Kinosternidae)

Mud Turtles    Genus Kinosternon


4.   SOFT-SHELLED TURTLES (Family Trionychidae)

Soft-shelled Turtles     Genus Trionyx


5.   ALL ALLIGATORS AND CAIMANS
     (Family Alligatoridae)

Alligators     Genus Alligator
Spectacled Caimans  Genus Caiman
Black Caiman   Melanosuchus niger
Smooth-fronted Caimans   Genus Paleosuchus


6.   ALL CROCODILES (Family Crocodylidae)

Crocodiles     Genus Crocodylus
African Dwarf Crocodile  Osteolaemus tetraspis
Sunda Crocodile
     (False Gavial) Tomistoma schlegeli


7.   ALL GAVIALS (Family Gavialidae)

Gavial or Gharial   Gavialis gangeticus


8.   ALL BEADED LIZARDS (Family Helodermatidae)

Gila Monster   Heloderma suspectum
Mexican Beaded Lizard    Heloderma horridum


9.   LIZARDS (Family Lacertidae)

Viviparous Lizard   Lacerta vivipara


10.  MONITORS (Family Varanidae)

Bengal Monitor Varanus bengalensis
Perentie Monitor    Varanum giganteus
Komodo Dragon  Varanus komodoensis
Nile Monitor   Varanus niloticus
Crocodile Monitor   Varanus salvadorii
Water (Lace) Monitor     Varanus salvator
Variegated Monitor  Varanus varius


11.  LARGE SNAKES  (Family Boidae)

Amethystine Python  Python (Morelia)
               amethystinus
Burmese/Indian Rock
     Pythons   Python molurus
Oenpelli Python     Python (Morelia)
               oenpelliensis
Reticulated Python  Python reticulatus
African Rock Python Python sebae
Anacondas Genus Eunectes


12.  TYPICAL SNAKES (Family Colubridae)

     Subfamily Aparallactinae

Ground Vipers  Genus Amblyodipsas
          Genus Aparallactus
          Genus Atractaspis
          Genus Calamelaps
          Genus Chilorhinophis
          Genus Homorelaps
          Genus Macrelaps
          Genus Micrelaps
          Genus Miodan
          Genus Polemon


     Subfamily Boiginae

Rear-fanged Snakes  Genus Amphlorhinus
          Genus Apostolepis
          Genus Boiga
          Genus Chamaetortus
          Genus Clelia
          Genus Coniophanes
          Genus Dipsadoboa
          Genus Dispholidus
          Genus Erythrolamprus
          Genus Geodipsas
          Genus Hemirhagerrhis
          Genus Hypsiglena
          Genus Imantodes
          Genus Ithycyphus
          Genus Langaha
          Genus Leptodeira
          Genus Lycodryas
          Genus Malpolon
          Genus Manalepis
          Genus Mimophis
          Genus Opisthoplus
          Genus Oxbelis
          Genus Oxyrhopus
          Genus Parapostelepis
          Genus Phimophis
          Genus Psammodynates
          Genus Psammophis
          Genus Psammophylax
          Genus Siplophis
          Genus Telescopus
          Genus Thelotornis
          Genus Tomodon
          Genus Tripanurgos

     Subfamily Colubrinae

American Racer Coluber constrictor
Sharptail Snake     Contia tenuis
Smooth Snakes  Genus Coronella
Pere David's Rat Snake   Elaphe davidi
Steppe Rat Snake    Elaphe dione
Himalayan Trinket Snake  Elaphe hodgsoni
Black Rat Snake     Elaphe obsoleta obsoleta
Red-backed Snake    Elaphe rufodorsata
Russian Rat Snake   Elaphe schrencki
Fox Snake Elaphe vulpina
Hognose Snakes Heterodon platyrhinos,
          Heterodon simus
Parrot Snakes  Genus Leptophis
Eastern Milksnake   Lampropeltis triangulum
               triangulum
Pale Milksnake Lampropeltis multistrata
Smooth Green Snake  Opheodrys vernalis
Diadem Snakes  Genus Spalerosophis
Tropical Rat Snakes Genus Spilotes

     Subfamily Homalopsinae

Water Snakes   Genus Bitia
          Genus Cerberus
          Genus Enhydris
          Genus Erpeton (Herpeton)
          Genus Fordonia
          Genus Homalopsis
          Genus Hurria
          Genus Myron

     Subfamily Lycodontinae

Wolf Snakes    Genus Dinodon
          Genus Lycophidion

     Subfamily Natricinae

Water Snakes   Genus Amastridium
          Genus Amphiesma
Ringnecked Snakes   Genus Diadophis
          Genus Gonyosoma
          Genus Helicops
          Genus Macropisthodon
Dice Snakes    Natrix tesselata
          Genus Paraptychophis
          Genus Pseudoxenodon
          Genus Ptychophis
          Genus Rhabdophis
Butler's Garter Snake    Thamnophis butleri
Eastern Ribbon Snakes    Thamnophis sauritus
          Genus Xenochrophis

     Subfamily Xenodontinae

Odd-toothed Snakes  Genus Ialtris
          Genus Paroxyrhopus
          Genus Platynion
          Genus Uromacer
          Genus Xenodon


13.  ALL COBRAS AND ALLIES (Family Elapidae)

Death Adders   Genus Acanthophis
Shield-nosed Cobras Genus Aspidelaps
          Genus Aspidomorphus
Australian Copperheads   Genus Austrelaps
Water Cobras   Genus Boulengerina
Kraits         Genus Bungarus
Australian Crowned Snakes     Genus Cacophis
Oriental Coral Snakes    Genus Calliophis
Small-eyed Snakes   Genus Cryptophis
Australian Whip Snakes   Genus Demansia
Mambas    
     Genus Dendroaspis
          Genus Denisonia
Australian Crowned Snakes     Genus Drysdalia
Bardick's Snakes    Genus Echiopsis
Little Brown Snakes Genus Elapognathus
Venomous Garter Snakes   Genus Elapsoidea
Red-naped Snakes    Genus Furina
Australian Brown-headed
    Snakes     Genus Glyphodon
Spitting (Ringed) Cobras Genus Hemachatus
          Genus Hemiaspis
          Genus Hoplocephalus
Slender Coral Snakes     Genus Leptomicrurus
          Genus Loveridgelaps
Long-glanded Coral Snakes     Genus Maticora
Arizona Coral Snakes     Genus Micruroides
American Coral Snakes    Genus Micrurus
Cobras         Genus Naja
Australian Black-naped
      Snakes   Genus Neelaps
Tiger Snakes   Genus Notechis
Fijian Snakes  Genus Ogmodon
King Cobras    Genus Ophiophagus
Taipan         Genus Oxyuranus
Fierce Snakes  Genus Parademansia
Burrowing Cobras    Genus Paranaja
Hediger's Snakes    Genus Parapistocalamus
Australian Black Snakes  Genus Pseudechis
Forest Cobras  Genus Pseudohaje
Australian Brown Snakes  Genus Pseudonaja
Muller's Snakes     Genus Rhinoplocephalus
          Genus Salomonelaps
Australian Coral Snakes  Genus Simoselaps
Myall's (Curl) Snakes    Genus Suta
          Genus Toxicocalamus
Rough-scaled Snakes Genus Tropidechis
          Genus Unechis
Bandy-bandies  Genus Vermicella
Desert Cobras  Genus Walterinnesia


14.  ALL SEA SNAKES (Family Hydrophiidae) 

     Subfamily Hydrophiinae

Rudder-tailed Sea Snakes Genus Acalyptophis
          Genus Aipysurus
          Genus Disteira
          Genus Emydocephalus
          Genus Enhydrina
          Genus Ephalophsis
          Genus Hydrophis
          Genus Hydrelaps
          Genus Kerilia
          Genus Kolpophis
          Genus Lapemis
          Genus Parahydrophis
          Genus Pelamis
          Genus Thalassophis

     Subfamily Laticaudinae

Sea Kraits     Genus Laticauda


15.  ALL VIPERS AND ADDERS (Family Viperidae)

     Subfamily Azemiopinae

Fea's Viper    Genus Azemiops

     Subfamily Viperinae

Vipers/Adders  Genus Adenorhinos
          Genus Atheris
          Genus Bitis
          Genus Cerastes
          Genus Daboia
          Genus Echis
          Genus Eristicophis
          Genus Pseudocerastes
          Genus Vipera

     Subfamily Causinae

Toad Vipers    Genus Causus


16.  ALL PIT VIPERS (Family Crotalidae) 

Copperheads/Moccasins    Genus Agkistrodon
American Lanceheads Genus Bothrops
Malayan Pit Vipers  Genus Calloselasma
Rattlesnakes   Genus Crotalus
Sharp-nosed Vipers  Genus Deinagkistrodon
Mamushi   Genus Gloydius
Hump-nosed Vipers   Genus Hypnale
Bushmasters    Genus Lachesis
Pygmy Rattlesnakes  Genus Sistrurus
Asian Lance-headed
     (Bamboo) Vipers     Genus Trimeresurus
Wagler's Vipers     Genus Tropidolaemus


     PART 4

     AMPHIBIANS (CLASS AMPHIBIA)

1.   MOLE SALAMANDERS (Family Ambystomatidae)

Northwest Salamander     Ambystoma gracile
Blue-spotted Salamander  Ambystoma laterale
Spotted Salamander  Ambystoma maculatum
Marbled Salamander  Ambystoma opacum
Small-mouthed Salamander Ambystoma texanum
Cope's Giant Salamander  Dicamptodon copei
Pacific Giant Salamander Dicamptodon ensatus


2.   LUNGLESS SALAMANDERS (Family Plethodontidae)

Red-backed Salamander    Plethodon cinereus
Slimy Salamander    Plethodon glutinosus
Western Red-backed
    Salamander Plethodon vehiculum
Red Salamanders     Genus Pseudotriton


3.   WATERDOGS (Family Proteidae)

Northern Mudpuppy   Necturus maculosus


4.   NEWTS (Family Salamandridae)

Red-spotted Newt    Notopthalmus viridescens
European Fire Newt  Salamandra salamandra
Roughskinned Newt   Taricha granulosa
Alpine Newt    Triturus alpestris
Northern Crested Newt    Triturus cristatus
Palmate Newt   Triturus helveticus
Common Smooth Newt  Triturus vulgaris


5.   TRUE TOADS (Family Bufonidae)

American Toad  Bufo americanus
Colorado River Toad Bufo alvarius
Marine (Cane) Toad  Bufo marinus
Woodhouse's Toad    Bufo woodhousei


6.   POISON ARROW FROGS (Family Dendrobatidae)

Poison Arrow Frogs  Genus Phyllobates


7.   TREE FROGS (Family Hylidae)

Northern Cricket Frog    Acris crepitans
Cope's Grey Tree Frog    Hyla chrysoscelis
Spring Peeper  Hyla crucifer
Pacific Tree Frog   Hyla regilla


8.   TRUE FROGS (Family Ranidae)

Red-legged Frog     Rana aurora
American Bullfrog   Rana catesbeiana
Green Frog     Rana clamitans
Agile Frog     Rana dalmatina
Pickeral Frog  Rana palustris
Mink Frog Rana septentrionalis
Eurasian Common Frog     Rana temporaria


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     Alberta Regulation 35/98

     Alberta Housing Act

     SOCIAL HOUSING ACCOMMODATION AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  February 11, 1998

Made by the Minister of Municipal Affairs (M.O. H:003/98) pursuant to
section 34(1) of the Alberta Housing Act.


1   The Social Housing Accommodation Regulation (AR 244/94) is amended by
this Regulation. 


2   Section 1(3) is amended by adding the following after clause (p):

     (q)  the amount of $5 per month, representing the increase to the
handicap benefit under the Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped
Regulation (AR 331/79) that was received by virtue of the Assured Income
for the Severely Handicapped Amendment Regulation (AR 207/97).