Alaska Statutes.
Title 5. Amusements and Sports
Chapter 10. Boxing and Wrestling
Section 110. Inspectors.
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AS 05.10.110. Inspectors.

The commission may appoint official inspectors. In the absence of a member of the commission, at least one inspector shall be present at any boxing contest, sparring or wrestling match, or exhibition held under this chapter. An inspector shall carry a card signed by the chairman of the commission evidencing the inspector's authority. The inspector shall see that all regulations of the commission and the provisions of this chapter are strictly complied with and shall be present at the accounting of the gross receipts of the contest. An inspector may receive from the licensee the statement of receipts provided for in this chapter and shall immediately transmit the statement to the commission and to the Department of Revenue. An inspector is entitled to a fee not exceeding $7.50 for each contest officially attended.

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