Washington Administrative Code
Title 25 - Archaeology and Historic Preservation, Department of
25-48 - Archaeological excavation and removal permit.
25-48-130 - Display of permit.

PDFWAC 25-48-130

Display of permit.

(1) The permit granted by the department shall be either prominently displayed at all times upon the archaeological site being excavated during the permitted period, or carried on the person of the individual responsible for the field work, as specified in the permit.

(2) If more than one archaeological site is being excavated under a single permit, the permittee may obtain from the department such copy or copies of his or her permit as may be necessary to display at each archaeological site being excavated.

(3) The director or his designee, including the state archaeologist and the assistant state archaeologist, may examine at any time the permit, work, and site at which such permitted work is being undertaken.

(4) Upon request, appropriate law enforcement officials may examine the permit, work and site at which such permitted work is being undertaken.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 27.34.220, 27.53.140, 43.21C.120. WSR 06-06-001, § 25-48-130, filed 2/15/06, effective 3/18/06. Statutory Authority: RCW 27.34.220 and 27.44.020. WSR 86-13-001 (Order 11), § 25-48-130, filed 6/5/86.]

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