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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 8. Business and Professions
- Chapter 13. Barbers and Hairdressers
- Section 30. Powers and Duties of the Board.
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. Terms of Office and Removal of Members. [Repealed, Sec. 49 Ch 94 SLA 1987. For Current Law, See AS 08.01.035
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AS 08.13.030. Powers and Duties of the Board.
- (a) The board shall exercise general control over the vocations of barbering, hairdressing, hair braiding, manicuring,
esthetics, body piercing, tattooing, and permanent cosmetic coloring.
- (b) The board shall
- (1) examine applicants and approve the issuance of licenses and permits to practice;
- (2) authorize the issuance of licenses for schools of barbering, hairdressing, manicuring, and esthetics;
- (3) develop written instructions and notices that tattooing, permanent cosmetic coloring,
and body piercing shop owners and practitioners are required to give or display under AS 08.13.215;
- (4) enforce the provisions of this chapter, regulations adopted under this chapter, and regulations relating to
barbering, hairdressing, hair braiding, manicuring, and esthetics adopted under AS 44.46.020(a)(5)(C).
- (c) The board may
- (1) suspend or revoke a license or permit;
- (2) on its own motion or upon receipt of a written complaint, conduct hearings and request the
- (A) Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development to investigate the practices of a person, shop, or
school involved in the practice or teaching of barbering, hairdressing, hair braiding, manicuring, or esthetics; or
- (B) Department of Commerce,
Community, and Economic Development or the Department of Environmental Conservation to investigate the practices of a
person, shop, or school involved in the practice or teaching of body
piercing, tattooing, or permanent cosmetic coloring;
- (3) adopt regulations or do any act necessary to carry out the provisions of this chapter.
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