Alaska Statutes.
Title 4. Alcoholic Beverages
Chapter 16. Regulation of Sales and Distribution
Section 30. Prohibited Conduct Relating to Drunken Persons.
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AS 04.16.030. Prohibited Conduct Relating to Drunken Persons.

(a) A licensee, an agent, or employee may not with criminal negligence

(1) sell, give, or barter alcoholic beverages to a drunken person;

(2) allow another person to sell, give, or barter an alcoholic beverage to a drunken person within licensed premises;

(3) allow a drunken person to enter and remain within licensed premises or to consume an alcoholic beverage within licensed premises;

(4) permit a drunken person to sell or serve alcoholic beverages.

(b) A person receiving compensation for transporting alcoholic beverages may not knowingly deliver alcoholic beverages to a drunken person.

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