For the purpose of ensuring the safe and legal operation of charter boats in this state, the State Marine Board:
Shall require the disclosure of a boating, wildlife, hunting, angling, commercial fishing or public safety related violation by an operator, owner or deckhand of a charter boat that occurs within two years of the date on which a charter boat license is issued or updated.
May revoke, suspend or deny issuance of a charter boat license for a violation of this chapter or ORS chapter 477, 496, 497, 498, 501, 506, 508, 509, 511, 530 or 704 or a rule adopted pursuant to this chapter or ORS chapter 477, 496, 497, 498, 501, 506, 508, 509, 511, 530 or 704, or for a violation of a law or rule regulating the safety and welfare of the public.
When a court orders revocation of a charter boat license under this section, the court shall take up the charter boat license and forward it with a copy of the revocation order to the board. Upon receipt of the charter boat license and the revocation order, the board shall revoke the charter boat license in accordance with the revocation order. [2013 c.146 §10]ACCIDENTS