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67 Pa. Code § 65.7. Duties of agents.

§ 65.7. Duties of agents.

 (a)  Records. Every agent shall maintain a record of every trip permit, hunter permit and telegram of authority issued by the agent, which shall include the date and to whom issued, and the information pertinent to each permit.

 (b)  Communications equipment. Every agent wishing to issue telegrams of authority or trip permits by wire shall provide the Division with the necessary communications equipment, acceptable to the Division.

 (c)  Security of permits. Trip permits and hunter permits shall be kept in a secure place, such as locked cabinets which meet the approval of the Bureau. Agents are responsible for security of permits obtained by them until they are issued to applicants. The loss or theft of a permit shall be reported to the Division immediately upon discovery of the loss or theft.

 (d)  Return or surrender of permits. An agent who discontinues business or whose certificate of authorization to issue trip permits or hunter permits has been suspended by the Bureau shall immediately return trip permits and hunter permits to the Division.

Source

   The provisions of this §  65.7 adopted April 29, 1983, effective April 30, 1983, 13 Pa.B. 1440; readopted May 6, 1988, effective immediately and applies retroactively to April 30, 1988, 18 Pa.B. 2131. Immediately preceding text appears at serial page (87704).



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