1.3.5.A.1. Categories of permits to operate a processing establishment: There are 5 categories of permits to operate a processing establishment:
(1) a permit to operate a processing plant, “salting and drying”, “salting” or “drying” category;
(2) a permit to operate a processing plant, “fresh, frozen or semi-preserved” category;
(3) a permit to operate, “treatment shop” category;
(4) a permit to operate, “hard-smoking shop” category;
(5) a permit to operate, “sturgeon shop” category.
For the purposes of subparagraph e of the first paragraph of section 9 of the Act, and for the purposes of this Subdivision and of Chapter 9, the term “processing” comprises slaughtering, freezing, cooking, thawing, skinning, packaging, tailing, heading, gutting, extracting, filleting, smoking, washing, marinating, candling, salting, bleeding, pickling, hard-smoking and drying operations and any other form of processing or conditioning of sea food products, with the exception of the canning of sea food products and the filling of orders for whole or gutted fish by a wholesaler.
O.C. 1055-82, s. 5; O.C. 397-88, s. 3; O.C. 1131-92, s. 1; O.C. 1305-93, s. 5.