Alaska Statutes.
Title 4. Alcoholic Beverages
Chapter 11. Licensing
Section 240. Special Events Permit.
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AS 04.11.240. Special Events Permit.

(a) A special events permit authorizes the holder to sell or dispense beer or wine for consumption at designated premises for a specific occasion and limited period of time. Only nonprofit fraternal, civic, or patriotic organizations active for a period of at least two years before application and incorporated under AS 10.20 are eligible for a special events permit, and only if all profits derived from the sale of beer or wine are paid to the organization and not to an individual.

(b) An application for a special events permit must be received in the main office of the board at least 10 days before the date for which the permit is requested. The application must be signed by both the president and secretary of the organization applying for the permit. A sworn affidavit showing the length of time the organization has been in existence must accompany the application, together with a certified copy of the resolution of the board of directors authorizing the application. The written approval of the law enforcement agency having jurisdiction over the designated premises of the occasion for which the permit is sought must also be obtained and accompany the application.

(c) The special events permit must be surrendered to the board, its agent, or the law enforcement agency approving the permit, within 48 hours of its expiration time. Failure to surrender the permit is cause, in the discretion of the board, for denial of applications for permits made in the future by the organization. No more than five special events permits may be granted to an organization, including its auxiliary, in any one calendar year.

(d) A special events permit may not be transferred or renewed.

(e) The fee for a special events permit is $50 a day.

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