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Gideon Conn singing a song about a man who sells fish. Sorry about the jerky camera work!
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(a) In addition to the receipt required in , every person licensed under Article 7 (commencing with ), and any commercial fisherman who sells fish to persons who are not licensed under Article 7 (commencing with ), and any person who deals in fresh or frozen fish for profit, shall keep accounting records in which all of the following shall be recorded:
A "fishwife" is a woman who sells fish. So how did that term become a slur?
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(g) A person who purchases, sells, takes, or receives live marine fish for use as live bait, are not brought ashore, and who does not engage in any activity described in , , , , or . One of NYC's biggest fish markets, The Lobster Place sells thousands of pounds of both wholesale and retail seafood every day.
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(b) On or before January 31 of each year, a licensee who sells fish or eggs shall file a report with the department, on forms made available by the department, summarizing the records required under subsection (5)(a).(a) A commercial fisherman who sells fish only to persons licensed under this article to purchase or receive fish from commercial fishermen and who does not engage in any activity described in , , or unless licensed to engage in both activities.Meaning: No, even if you married a cold fish, you are not a fishwife. You are, however, if you are 1. a woman who sells fish or 2. a woman who uses coarse, vulgar language.(c) A person who sells fish or aquaculture products only at retail to the ultimate consumer if that person does not conduct any activities described in , , or .(b) Every commercial fisherman who sells fish taken from the waters of this state or brought into this state in fresh condition to persons not licensed to receive fish for commercial purposes pursuant to Article 7 (commencing with ) shall make a legible record in the form of the landing receipt required by and . Persons subject to shall remit the landing tax imposed by . The person taking, purchasing, or receiving the fish, whether or not licensed under Article 7 (commencing with ), shall sign the landing receipt. The original signed copy of the landing receipt shall be delivered by the commercial fisherman to the department on or before the first and 16th day of each month. A copy of the landing receipt shall be retained by the commercial fisherman for a period of four years and shall be available for inspection at any time within that period by the department. A copy of the landing receipt shall be retained by the person taking, purchasing, or receiving the fish until they are prepared for consumption or otherwise disposed of. A copy of the landing receipt shall be delivered to an agent authorized in writing by the majority of the persons who participated in the taking of the fish, excluding the commercial fisherman receiving the original copy.It's a Brooklyn tradition to line up outside this Greenpoint wholesale smoked fish retailer -- which sells to countless notable NYC restaurants -- on Friday mornings when it opens to the public from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.(a) Any commercial fisherman who sells fish for other than marine aquaria pet trade or research purposes that he or she has taken to the ultimate consumer of that fish shall obtain a fisherman's retail license. The annual fee for a fisherman's retail license is dollars ($).A fishmonger ( for female practitioners - "wife" in this case used in its archaic meaning of "woman") is someone who sells raw and . Fishmongers can be or , and are trained at selecting and purchasing, handling, gutting, boning, , displaying, merchandising and selling their product. In some countries modern are replacing fishmongers who operate in shops or .