6. A person seeking a stocking licence or a transportation licence must submit an application to the Minister indicating
(1) the person’s name and address;
(2) the species, number and size of the fish to be transported or stocked;
(3) the place of origin and destination of the fish; and
(4) the dates of transport or stocking.
In addition, the person seeking a stocking licence must submit to the Minister an inventory report made by a holder of a college diploma or university degree in a field related to biological sciences attesting to the presence of the species in the body of water to be stocked if the species is one of the species or classes of fish listed in Schedule I to the Regulation respecting aquaculture and the sale of fish (chapter C-61.1, r. 7) whose presence in the body of water is a condition for stocking, except for the species referred to in section 14 of the Regulation respecting aquaculture and the sale of fish. The inventory report is made at the applicant’s expense.
The information required under subparagraphs 2 to 4 of the first paragraph constitutes obligations with which the holder of the licence must comply.
A stocking licence or a transportation licence indicates the information required under the first paragraph and the date of issue and expiry of the licence.
A licence to stock and a licence to transport shall contain the following information:
(1) the holder’s name and address;
(2) the species of fish, their size and the maximum number of fish whose transport or stocking is authorized;
(3) the place of origin and destination of the fish;
(4) the dates of transport or stocking of the species of fish; and
(5) the date of issue and expiry of the licence.
Decision 2003-67, s. 6; M.O. 2011-045, ss. 1 and 9.