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23 United States v. Washington, 459 F. Supp. D. Wash. 1974) and Sohappy v. Smith, 529 F. 2d 270, 572—3 (9th Cir. 1976). 24 Confederated Tribes and Bands v. Baldrige, 605 F. Supp. D. Wash. 1985). S. Pacific Salmon Treaty, Article 3. , Annex i. 27 Canada, DFO, Information Bulletin, No. i-HQ-85-iE, p. 2. W. Shinners, personal communication. 29 UN, Convention on the Law of the Sea, Article 66. S. Pacific Salmon Treaty, Annex 4, Chapter 4, para. i(g). 31 The plans for other salmon stocks, while not unimportant, are secondary.
S. He goes on to argue that the "fish war" had reached a crisis by the later 19705. One set of stocks damaged by the "war" were the chinook stocks. We shall argue later that an important factor leading to eventual compromise was growing alarm on both sides about the state of the chinook stocks. 16 One American commentator, actively involved in the last phase of negotiations, argues that the principle may have significant impact on international fisheries law and policy (Yanagida 1987:579). 17 M.
In spite of American fears of being overall debtors, in practice the Canadian members of the Commission have taken the view that there is a rough balance between American interceptions of Fraser River sockeye and pinks and Canadian interceptions of American coho and chinooks, as allowed under the treaty. 36 If there is indeed a rough economic balance as it is maintained, there may be no need to attempt precise accounting. 37 If the rough balance proves illusory or transitory, the following question arises.