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THE ALBERTA GAZETTE, PART II, MAY 15, 1998

     Alberta Regulation 67/98

     Oil and Gas Conservation Act

     OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  April 16, 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 6.020(8) is amended by repealing clauses (a) and (b) and
substituting the following:

     (a)  Category I:              Flammable (gas or liquid); Class 3;

     (b)  Category II:             Poison Gas; Class 2.


3   Schedule 12 is repealed and the following is substituted:

     SCHEDULE 12





























     Alberta Regulation 68/98

     Alberta Health Care Insurance Act

     EXTENDED HEALTH SERVICES BENEFITS
     AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  April 22, 1998

Made by the Minister of Health (M.O. 30/98) pursuant to section 7 of the
Alberta Health Care Insurance Act.


1   The Extended Health Services Benefits Regulation (AR 383/94) is amended
by this Regulation.


2   Section 2 is amended

     (a)  in subsection (1)

               (i)  by adding "and (b)" after "1(a)";

               (ii) by striking out "Dentistry" and substituting
"Dental and Dental Mechanic Extended Health";

     (b)  by repealing subsection (2);

     (c)  in subsection (3)

               (i)  by adding "and (d)" after "1(c)";

               (ii) by striking out "Optician" and substituting
"Optical Extended Health";

     (d)  by repealing subsection (4).


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     Alberta Regulation 69/98

     Alberta Health Care Insurance Act

     ORAL AND FACIAL SURGERY BENEFITS AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  April 22, 1998

Made by the Minister of Health (M.O. 33/98) pursuant to section 7 of the
Alberta Health Care Insurance Act.


1   The Oral and Facial Surgery Benefits Regulation (AR 123/95) is amended
by this Regulation.


2   Sections 1, 3 and 4 are amended by striking out "Dentistry" wherever it
occurs and substituting "Oral and Facial Surgery".


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     Alberta Regulation 70/98

     Marketing of Agricultural Products Act

     EGG PRODUCTION AND MARKETING AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  April 22, 1998

Made by the Alberta Egg Producers Board pursuant to section 27 of the
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act.


1   The Egg Production and Marketing Regulation (AR 293/97) is amended by
this Regulation.


2   Section 24(1) is amended by striking out "19.5 cents" and substituting
"17.5 cents".


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     Alberta Regulation 71/98

     Provincial Parks Act

     GENERAL AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  April 28, 1998

Made by the Minister of Environmental Protection (M.O. 09/98) pursuant to
section 11 of the Provincial Parks Act.


1   The General Regulation (AR 102/85) is amended by this Regulation.


2   Section 30.1 is repealed and the following is substituted:


     30.1   The Minister may, in accordance with criteria that the
Minister establishes, designate all or part of a provincial park or
recreation area as

               (a)  a campground consisting in whole or in part of
campsites,

               (b)  a group area,

               (c)  a day use area,

               (d)  a back-country campground, or

               (e)  any other area for a purpose specified by the
Minister.


3   Section 32.1 is amended by striking out "specialized group facility,
group camping area, group picnic area" and substituting "a group area".


4   Section 44(4)(a) is repealed and the following is substituted:

               (a)  an application is made in the form specified by the
Minister and is accompanied by the fee set in accordance with the Fees
Regulation (AR 301/83), and


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     Alberta Regulation 72/98

     Provincial Parks Act

     FEES AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  April 28, 1998

Made by the Minister of Environmental Protection (M.O. 10/98) pursuant to
section 11 of the Provincial Parks Act.


1   The Fees Regulation (AR 301/83) is amended by this Regulation.


2   Section 1(1) is repealed and the following is substituted:



     1(1)  In this Regulation,

               (a)  "Act" means the Provincial Parks Act;

               (b)  "fee range" means the scale that exists between a
specified minimum amount and a specified maximum amount of a fee that may
be charged;

               (c)  "mentally disabled group" means people in a camp
program under the leadership of the Canadian Mental Health Association or a
similar association approved by the Minister;

               (d)  "night" means, with respect to a permit that
authorizes an activity for one or more nights, a period of time expiring at
2:00 p.m. on the expiry date of the permit, unless otherwise specified in
the permit;

               (e)  "seniors group" means a group in which membership
is restricted to persons who are 65 years of age or older and their
spouses;

               (f)  "student group" means students from an elementary,
junior high or high school with their teachers and supervisors;

               (g)  "youth organization" means a group of people who
are

                         (i)  under the age of 18 years,

                         (ii) members of a registered non-profit
organization,

                         (iii)     involved in an environmental education
or outdoor recreation activity that is organized by that organization, and

                         (iv) accompanied on that activity by adult
leaders of that organization.


3   Part 2 is repealed and the following is substituted:

PART 2

RECREATION SERVICE FEES

12   The Minister may, in a written agreement under section 9(c) of the Act
or by means of a written directive, provide for different fees than are
specified in or under this Part in respect of the subject matter of the
agreement or directive.

13   Any fee or fee range specified in this Part is

     (a)  inclusive of the federal goods and services tax, and

     (b)  exclusive of any charge for the provision of firewood.

14   Whether a park or recreation area or facility in a park or recreation
area is wholly or partially operated, maintained or provided by the
Minister or by a person who has entered into an agreement with the Minister
under section 9(c) of the Act, the Minister or that person may charge
recreation service fees only within the fee range specified in this Part.

15   The fee range for a permit

     (a)  to use a group area for day use is $25 to $65 per day,

     (b)  to camp in a group area is $50 to $130 per night for up to and
including 10 camping accommodation units, plus an additional 10% for each
camping accommodation unit over 10,

     (c)  to occupy a campsite in a campground other than a back-country
campground is $5 to $17 per night, and

     (d)  to occupy a campsite in a back-country campground is $3 per
night for each person who is 16 years of age or older.

16   The fee for the provision at a campsite or group area of

     (a)  pressurized water hook-up, electrical hook-up, sewer hook-up or
showers that are not coin operated shall not exceed $3 per night per
camping accommodation unit, and

     (b)  the use of horse corrals shall not exceed $3 per night per
animal.

17   The Minister may issue complimentary camping vouchers.

18   The Minister may in writing waive any applicable fee if a person

     (a)  is, without receiving remuneration, engaged in an approved
program to enhance public awareness of a social, natural heritage or
environmental issue, or

     (b)  is a volunteer performing duties related to the operation or
benefit of a park or recreation area.

19   Mentally disabled groups, seniors groups, student groups and youth
organizations are entitled to a discount of not less than 50% of the
regular fee charged for the use of any group area from Monday to Thursday,
except on a statutory holiday.

20   The Minister may by written directive specify a fee for a permit
authorizing a person to act as a guide or to conduct a course of paid
instruction in an outdoor activity in a park or recreation area.

21   The Minister may establish a reservation system and may permit
non-refundable reservation fees to be charged.


     Alberta Regulation 73/98

     Financial Administration Act

     EXEMPTION AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  April 29, 1998

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 162/98) pursuant to
section 2 of the Financial Administration Act.


1   The Exemption Regulation (AR 269/94) is amended by this Regulation.


2   Schedule B is amended by adding the following after "Natural Resources
Conservation Board":

     Persons with Developmental Disabilities Foundation


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     Alberta Regulation 74/98

     Fisheries (Alberta) Act

     GENERAL FISHERIES (ALBERTA) AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  April 29, 1998

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 166/98) pursuant to
section 43 of the Fisheries (Alberta) Act.


1   The General Fisheries (Alberta) Regulation (AR 203/97) is amended by
this Regulation.


2   Sections 1(q) and 2(b) are repealed.


3   The following is added before section 10:

Sportfishing licence
     9.1   A person may obtain a sportfishing licence, other than  a
special sportfishing licence if, and only if, that person is the holder of
a valid wildlife identification number card within the meaning of the
Wildlife Regulation (AR 143/97) issued by or on behalf of a person referred
to in section 3(2) of the Ministerial Regulation.


4   Sections 12, 17 and 18 are repealed.


5   Section 19(3)(c)(ii) is amended by striking out ", trophy waters
fishing licence".


6   Schedule 2 is repealed.


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     Alberta Regulation 75/98

     Feeder Associations Guarantee Act

     FEEDER ASSOCIATIONS GUARANTEE REGULATION

     Filed:  April 29, 1998

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 172/98) pursuant to
section 5 of the Feeder Associations Guarantee Act.


     Table of Contents

Definitions    1
Supervisor, secretary-treasurer     2
Cattle brand    3
Accounting matters   4
Purchase prohibition      5
Use of loan     6
Purchase limits     7
Purchase conditions 8
Feeder agreement    9
Bill of sale   10
Purchase and sale of livestock     11
Notification   12
Deposit   13
Assurance account   14
Account funds  15
Overdue account     16
Association powers  17
Feeder cows    18
Failure to comply   19
Repeal    20
Expiry    21
Coming into force   22

Schedule


Definitions
1   In this Regulation,

     (a)  "Act" means the Feeder Associations Guarantee Act;

     (b)  "farmer" means a person

               (i)  who is an Alberta resident,

               (ii) who is at least 18 years old, and

               (iii)     who owns or leases a farm;

     (c)  "feeder" means a farmer who is a feeder association member;

     (d)  "feeder agreement" means the feeder agreement set out in the
Schedule;

     (e)  "local supervisor" means a local supervisor appointed under
section 2;

     (f)  "Provincial Supervisor" means an employee in the Department of
Agriculture, Food and Rural Development, who is designated by the Minister
as the Feeder Associations Supervisor;

     (g)  "secretary-treasurer" means a secretary-treasurer appointed
under section 2.


Supervisor, secretary-
treasurer
2(1)  A feeder association shall appoint a local supervisor and a
secretary-treasurer prior to commencing business and shall ensure at all
times that the association has a local supervisor and a
secretary-treasurer.

(2)  The appointments under subsection (1) are subject to the approval of
the Provincial Supervisor.


Cattle brand
3(1)  A feeder association shall 

     (a)  obtain a registered cattle brand incorporating the character 
>_____< , known as a split-end bar, and 

     (b)  ensure that all cattle purchased by the feeder association  
are branded in a permanently legible manner with that brand.

(2)  All cattle purchased by a feeder association must be brand inspected
in accordance with the Livestock Identification and Brand Inspection Act.

(3)  Within 10 days after delivery of livestock to a feeder, the local
supervisor shall

     (a)  inspect the livestock,

     (b)  ensure that all cattle are branded with the feeder
association's brand,

     (c)  ensure that all sheep are suitably identified, and

     (d)  submit a verification of inspection to the secretary-
treasurer.


Accounting matters
4(1)  The secretary-treasurer of a feeder association shall submit to the
Provincial Supervisor

     (a)  a monthly statement of livestock purchases,

     (b)  a monthly statement of loans,

     (c)  a semi-annual deposit report, and

     (d)  a monthly detailed list of overdue accounts,

all in such form as the Provincial Supervisor may from time to time
require.

(2)  The books and records of a feeder association shall be available for
inspection at all reasonable times by the Provincial Supervisor or an
auditor appointed by the Minister.

(3)  All signing authorities within a feeder association must be bonded for
at least $75 000.

(4)  The board of directors of a feeder association shall meet at least 4
times a year.


Purchase prohibition
5   A feeder association shall not purchase livestock for a feeder who

     (a)  is indebted to any other feeder association that has received a
guarantee under the Act,

     (b)  in the opinion of the local supervisor, does not have suitable
feed and facilities for livestock feeding, 

     (c)  plans to feed in a custom feedlot unless the contract is
authorized in accordance with section 17(c), or

     (d)  cannot be adequately supervised by the local supervisor.


Use of loan
6   A feeder association shall not use any portion of a guaranteed loan for
a purpose other than the purchase of livestock for growing or finishing, or
both, by its members.


Purchase limits
7(1)  The total amount of livestock that a feeder association may  purchase
for a feeder is

     (a)  in the case of a feeder who has been a member of the feeder
association for less than one year, $50 000, and

     (b)  in the case of a feeder who has been a member of the feeder
association for one year or more, $150 000.

(2)  Notwithstanding subsection (1), the board of directors of a feeder
association may set lesser limits in respect of one or more feeders.


Purchase conditions
8   A feeder association may purchase livestock from a feeder to be fed by
that feeder if

     (a)  the purchase price of the livestock does not exceed 75% of the
value of the livestock estimated by the local supervisor at the time of
purchase, and

     (b)  in the case of cattle, the cattle are branded in accordance
with section 3 prior to payment of the purchase price to the feeder.


Feeder agreement
9   A feeder association and a feeder shall enter into a feeder agreement
for any livestock purchased by the feeder association for growing or
finishing by the feeder with the proceeds of a guaranteed loan.


Bill of sale
10   A feeder association shall

     (a)  obtain a bill of sale or a vendor's statement for all livestock
purchased by it, and

     (b)  retain sales documentation for all livestock sold by it.


Purchase and sale of livestock
11   All livestock purchased by a feeder association with the proceeds of a
guaranteed loan shall be 

     (a)  held by the feeder association in trust for the feeder
association and the feeder pursuant to the terms of the feeder agreement,
and

     (b)  sold by the feeder on behalf of and in the name of the feeder
association so that the entire sale proceeds are made payable to the feeder
association.


Notification
12   A feeder shall notify the local supervisor prior to making any
arrangements for the sale of any feeder association livestock on behalf of
the association.


Deposit
13   A feeder shall at all times maintain on deposit with the feeder
association an amount equal to at least 5% of the total amount borrowed by
the feeder association to acquire livestock for the feeder pursuant to
section 17(a) or (b).


Assurance account
14   A feeder association shall deposit the money collected pursuant to
section 13 into an assurance account to help assure timely payment by the
association of its debts with respect to the purchase of livestock.


Account funds
15   A feeder association

     (a)  shall maintain the assurance account as a separate account and
shall not use that money for the general operation of the feeder
association;

     (b)  shall apply from the assurance account sufficient money to
repay any portion of its debts that are due to a lender and for which it
does not otherwise have sufficient money to pay;

     (c)  shall, on applying money from the assurance account under
clause (b), adjust pro rata the balance of each feeder's deposit;

     (d)  shall, following any adjustments to deposits under clause (c),
require each feeder to conform to section 13 on the next application for
livestock;

     (e)  shall not return any portion of the assurance account to a
feeder while the feeder association has any account payable by it that is
due or overdue;

     (f)  may, subject to clauses (c) and (e), return the balance of the
deposit to a feeder after 3 months from the date the feeder pays all
amounts owing to the feeder association;

     (g)  shall, subject to clauses (c) and (e), return the balance of
the deposit to a resigning or expelled feeder after 3 months from the date
the feeder pays all amounts owing to the feeder association.


Overdue account
16(1)    For the purposes of this section, "overdue account" means an
account that has exceeded the loan due date or for which the inventory of
livestock on hand is less than what the records of the feeder association
indicate.

(2)  A feeder association shall apply funds from the assurance account to
overdue accounts pursuant to section 15(b) unless the  Provincial
Supervisor authorizes a feeder association to carry an overdue account with
a lender in respect of any feeder agreement.


Association powers
17  A feeder association

     (a)  shall, if a feeder has one feeder agreement covering livestock
purchased by the feeder association, cause the livestock to be sold within
one year of the date on which the livestock were purchased, or at any other
time authorized in writing by the feeder association that does not exceed
15 months from the date on which the livestock were purchased;

     (b)  shall, if a feeder has more than one feeder agreement covering
livestock purchased by the feeder association, cause the livestock to be
sold within one year of the date on which the first livestock were
purchased, or at any other times authorized in writing by the feeder
association that do not exceed 15 months from the date on which the first
livestock were purchased;

     (c)  may purchase cattle for a feeder to be custom fed only if the
feeding contract between the member feeder and the custom feeder is
approved by the local supervisor and on file with the secretary-treasurer;

     (d)  may, if a feeder has cattle in a custom feeding arrangement,
cause the cattle to be sold at any time if the member feeder has an overdue
account with the custom feeder.

Feeder cows
18(1)  In this section, "cows" means female cattle over the age of 2 years.

(2)   A feeder association may purchase feeder cows for a feeder only if

     (a)  the cows are intended for finishing only and are not intended
for breeding or calving purposes, and

     (b)  the length of the agreement is 120 days or less.


Failure to comply
19   If a feeder does not comply with this Regulation, the Provincial
Supervisor may order the feeder association not to purchase any further
livestock in respect of that feeder for a period of 12 months from the date
that the order is made.


Repeal
20   The Feeder Associations Guarantee Regulation (AR 301/87) is repealed.


Expiry
21   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 March 31, 2003.


Coming into force
22   This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 1998.


     SCHEDULE

A




Date of agreement

New Member   
Member more than one year  








Name of Feeder Association



and
Name of Feeder Member


Address of Feeder Association


Address of Feeder Member


agree to the terms outlined below for the growing or finishing of the
following livestock owned and held in trust by the Feeder Association for
the purposes of this agreement.

Number
Kind
Brand
Location of Brand
Cost






























Contract Due Date
Administration

Insurance

Total













The Feeder Member             To accept the livestock listed above for
growing or
agrees:                                 finishing according to the
by-laws of the Association and the Feeder Associations Guarantee Act and
regulations.
                                   To feed the livestock and prepare
them for market under the supervision of the Association.
                                   To keep the livestock healthy and
to pay for proper veterinary service.
                                   To ensure  the livestock are
branded with the Association brand.
                                   To ensure that all livestock sale
proceeds are paid to the Association.
                                   To deliver the livestock for sale
(on behalf of the Association) by the contract due date.
                                   To indemnify the Association from
any losses or legal claims arising in connection with the livestock.
                                   To give the Association, as
security for performance of the Feeder Member's obligations under this
agreement, a Promissory Note in the form and amount below.

                                   To keep the livestock in Alberta
at:                           
Qtr
Sec
Twp
Rge
W of

or
at a custom feedlot named










                                   If the livestock will be custom
fed, to give the Association a copy of the contract for feeding signed with
the custom feedlot.

The Feeder                         To hold the livestock, and all proceeds
received from
Association agrees:           sale of the livestock by the
Association, in trust for the Feeder Member and the Association, as their
respective interests appear from this agreement.
                                   To apply the net sale proceeds
from the livestock first against the amount owing under the Promissory
Note, and second, to pay the Feeder Member any remaining balance of the
sale proceeds.

The Feeder                    If the Feeder Member does not:
Association can                    on the contract due date, pay any
remaining balance on
retake possession             the Promissory Note;
of the livestock and               properly feed or care for the
livestock;
sell the livestock:                follow the by-laws of the
Association;
                                   follow the Feeder Associations
Guarantee Act and regulations.

The Feeder Member agrees that, if the Association judges that the Feeder
Member is in breach of this agreement, the Association may enter the land
where the livestock are located and retake possession of, remove and sell
the livestock.


Signature for Association


Signature of Feeder Member


Signature for Association

Signature of co-signer (when applicable)






Promissory Note

I (we, if co-signed) promise to pay, on demand, to the Feeder Association
the principal amount of $                      plus interest on the
principal amount, from today, at the rate of               %   per year,
both before and after demand.

"Prime," if used in this Promissory Note, means the rate from time to time
announced by   Name of bank:                                                
                  .


Signature of witness


Signature of Feeder Member


Date

Signature of co-signer (when applicable)



     Alberta Regulation 76/98

     Wildlife Act

     WILDLIFE AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  April 29, 1998

Made by the Minister of Environmental Protection (M.O. 11/98) pursuant to
sections 15(1) and 96 of the Wildlife Act.


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


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

               (zz.1)    "wildlife identification number card" means a
card referred to in section 24.1(2), and "wildlife identification number"
means the number appearing on that card;

3   The following is added after section 24:


Sales of licences, etc., under contract
     24.1(1)   Where a person enters into an agreement with the Minister
to sell licences, permits, fishing licences or other things, that person
may charge their purchasers, in addition to any licence, permit, fishing
licence or other kind of fee or assessment that is otherwise legally
payable, fees not exceeding those set out in that agreement.

     (2)  A person referred to in subsection (1) may issue a card known as
a wildlife identification number card, with a number, that is designed to
assist in the management and administration generally of wildlife and other
natural resources, including the enforcement of laws applicable to them and
the enabling of easy identification of the holder for the purposes of
certain future transactions.


4   Section 29(1) is amended

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

     (b)  in clause (d) by adding ", and" at the end;

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

               (e)  is the holder of a valid wildlife identification
number card.


5   Section 50 is amended by adding "who holds a valid wildlife
identification number card" after "resident";


6   Section 103(1)(a) is amended by adding "number or wildlife
identification number," after "certificate";


7   Section 147(2)(c) is amended by adding "or wildlife identification
number" after "number";


8   Schedule 8 is amended by repealing that portion of it  that precedes
PART 3 and substituting the following:   


     SCHEDULE  8

     (Sections 18, 19, 23 and 24 of this Regulation)

     LICENCES, PERMITS, SERVICES AND FEES

NOTE:  The fees prescribed in this Schedule are only those payable to the
Government of Alberta.  They are exclusive of  (a) any applicable taxes,
and (b) further amounts, if any, charged under  section 24.1 or Schedule 2
or 3.


     PART 1

     RECREATIONAL LICENCES


Column 1  Column 2     Column 3
Item No.  Licence        Fee ($) 


     Resident Licences

1    Resident black bear licence   7.25

2    Resident supplemental black bear licence     7.25

3    Resident cougar licence  40.00

4    Resident mule deer licence    12.25

5    Resident white-tailed deer licence 9.75

6    Resident supplemental antlerless
     white-tailed deer licence     10.75

7    Resident antlerless deer licence   2.50

8    Resident elk licence     19.75

9    Resident moose licence   9.75

10   Resident trophy sheep licence 40.00

11   Resident WMU 410 trophy sheep special licence     40.00

12   Resident trophy sheep special licence   40.00

13   Resident goat special licence 40.00

14   Resident non-trophy sheep special licence    18.50

15   Resident antlered moose special licence 12.25

16   Resident calf moose special licence     12.25

17   Resident antlerless moose special licence    12.25

18   Resident antlered elk special licence   22.25

19   Resident antlerless elk special licence 22.25

20   Resident trophy antelope special licence     40.00

21   Resident non-trophy antelope special licence 8.75

22   Resident antelope archery special licence    40.00

23   Resident Cypress Hills elk special licence   22.25

24   Resident Cypress Hills elk archery licence   22.25

25   Resident WMU 212 antlerless elk archery licence   10.75

26   Resident WMU 300 elk special licence    22.25

27   Resident antlered mule deer special licence  12.25

28   Resident antlerless mule deer special licence
        - if issued to a youth     FREE
        - if issued to an individual who is not a youth     FREE

29   Resident youth mule deer licence   0.25

30   Resident antlered white-tailed deer special licence    12.25

31   Resident antlerless white-tailed deer special licence  7.50

32   Resident youth white-tailed deer licence     0.25

33   Resident Strathcona white-tailed deer licence     7.50

34   Resident Foothills deer licence    7.50

35   Resident Camp Wainwright deer special licence     28.00

36   Resident grizzly bear special licence   40.00

37   Resident game bird licence    0.75

38   Resident youth game bird licence   0.25

39   Resident pheasant licence     FREE

40   Resident Merriam's turkey special licence    17.00

41   Resident quota licence   7.50


     Non-resident Licences

42   Non-resident black bear licence    50.50

43   Non-resident supplemental black bear licence 50.50

44   Non-resident black bear special licence 50.50

45   Non-resident cougar licence   114.25

46   Non-resident cougar special licence     114.25

47   Non-resident antlered mule deer licence 102.75

48   Non-resident antlered mule deer special licence   102.75

49   Non-resident antlered white-tailed deer licence   102.75

50   Non-resident antlered white-tailed deer 
     special licence     102.75

51   Non-resident antlered elk licence  114.25

52   Non-resident antlered elk special licence    114.25

53   Non-resident antlered moose licence     114.25

54   Non-resident antlered moose special licence  114.25

55   Non-resident trophy antelope special licence 156.25

56   Non-resident game bird licence     22.25

57   Non-resident 3-day game bird licence    14.25

58   Non-resident pheasant licence FREE


     Non-resident Alien Licences

59   Non-resident alien black bear special licence     62.25

60   Non-resident alien cougar special licence    216.75

61   Non-resident alien antlered mule deer special 
     licence   158.25

62   Non-resident alien antlered white-tailed deer 
     special licence     158.25

63   Non-resident alien antlered elk special licence   216.75

64   Non-resident alien antlered moose special 
     licence   216.75

65   Non-resident alien trophy antelope special 
     licence   194.25

66   Non-resident alien game bird licence    77.25

67   Non-resident alien 3-day game bird licence   51.00

68   Non-resident alien pheasant licence     FREE

69   Non-resident alien trophy sheep special licence   275.00


     Other Licences

70   Non-resident/non-resident alien wolf/coyote 
     licence   3.00

71   Non-resident/non-resident alien trophy sheep 
     special licence     290.00

72   Minister's special licence    FREE


     PART 2

     OTHER NON-COMMERCIAL LICENCES 
     AND PERMITS (INCLUDING HYBRIDS)

Column 1  Column 2  Column 3
Item No.  Licence, Permit, etc.    Fee ($) 

1    Wildlife certificate     FREE

2    Replacement wildlife certificate   FREE

3    Resident youth wildlife certificate     FREE

4    Resource development stamp    FREE

5    Resident youth resource development stamp    FREE

6    Replacement licence 1.50

7    Replacement licence for resident youth licence    1.10

8    Replacement tag     2.00

9    Non-resident/non-resident alien licence 
     extension FREE

10   Resident bow hunting permit   1.00

11   Non-resident bow hunting permit    8.25

12   Non-resident alien bow hunting permit   15.00

13   Application for special licence    FREE

14   Off-highway vehicle permit    FREE

15   Cross-bow licence   FREE

16   Class C guide's licence  19.00

17   Subsistence hunting licence   FREE

18   Damage control licence   FREE

19   Import permit  20.00

20   Export permit  20.00

21   Possession of found dead wildlife permit     10.00

22   Possession of found dead wildlife permit
      - transfer    20.00

23   Recreational falconry permit  20.00

24   Research permit     FREE

25   Game bird farm permit    25.00

26   Dog training or trialing permit    25.00

27   Collection licence, 
     where Part 4 does not apply   FREE
 
28   Collection licence, where Part 4 applies     20.00

29   Temporary shelter permit FREE

30   Wildlife rehabilitation permit     FREE


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     Alberta Regulation 77/98

     Fisheries (Alberta) Act

     FISHERIES (MINISTERIAL) AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  April 29, 1998

Made by the Minister of Environmental Protection (M.O. 12/98) pursuant to
section 44 of the Fisheries (Alberta) Act.


1   The Fisheries (Ministerial) Regulation (AR 220/97) is amended by this
Regulation.


2   Section 3 is amended by renumbering it as section 3(1) and by adding
the following after subsection (1):

     (2)  Where a person enters into an agreement with the Minister to
sell licences or other things, that person may charge their purchasers, in
addition to any licence or other kind of fee that is otherwise legally
payable, fees not exceeding those set out in that agreement.


3   Schedule 1 is amended

     (a)  by adding the following after "SCHEDULE 1":

          NOTE:  The fees prescribed in this Schedule are only those
payable to the Government of Alberta.  They are exclusive of (a) any
applicable taxes, and (b) further amounts, if any, charged under section
3(2) of this Regulation or Schedule 2 to the Wildlife Regulation (AR
143/97).

     (b)  by repealing item 1 and substituting the following:

          1    Sportfishing Licences

(a)
resident of Canada
$    3.50


(b)
non-resident of Canada (annual)
     10.50


(c)
non-resident of Canada (5 days)
     5.85


(d)
special sportfishing
     FREE



(e)
sturgeon fishing licence
     1.50


(f)
replacement licence
     2.00


     (c)  by repealing item 3(a) and substituting the following:

          (a)  recreational fish culture licence

 (i)
issued for a term expiring on the following March 31

     $ 10


(ii)
issued for a term expiring on March 31 in the 5th year following the year
of its issue


     50