Alaska Statutes.
Title 4. Alcoholic Beverages
Chapter 16. Regulation of Sales and Distribution
Section 20. Solicitation of Alcoholic Beverages; Purchase on Behalf of Another.
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AS 04.16.020. Solicitation of Alcoholic Beverages; Purchase on Behalf of Another.

(a) A person may not pay or receive from another a salary, percentage, or commission to solicit or encourage a patron of licensed premises to purchase alcoholic or other beverages for a person other than the patron.

(b) A licensee, an agent, or employee may not knowingly permit a person to loiter within or about premises licensed under this title for the purpose of begging or soliciting a patron or visitor to purchase alcoholic or other beverages for the person who is begging or soliciting.

(c) A person may not purchase alcohol by written order on behalf of another person who resides in a municipality or established village that has adopted a local option under AS 04.11.491 (a)(5) or (b)(4).

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