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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 8. Business and Professions
- Chapter 13. Barbers and Hairdressers
- Section 190. Failure to Possess a License or Permit.
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AS 08.13.190. Failure to Possess a License or Permit.
- (a) A person who practices barbering, hairdressing, esthetics, tattooing and permanent cosmetic coloring, or body
piercing, or operates a shop, or operates a school of barbering, hairdressing, or esthetics, or teaches in a school of
barbering, hairdressing, or esthetics, without a license, temporary permit, temporary license, or student permit and
who is not exempt under AS 08.13.120
or under AS 08.13.160(d) is guilty of a class B
- (b) A person who practices manicuring, operates a shop for manicuring, operates a school of manicuring, or teaches in a
school of manicuring without the appropriate license, temporary permit, temporary license, or student permit and who is
not exempt under AS 08.13.120
or 08.13.160(d) is guilty of a violation.
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