Alaska Statutes.
Title 16. Fish and Game
Chapter 40. Commercial Use of Fish and Game
Section 10. Disposition of Surplus Buffalo and Musk Oxen.
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AS 16.40.010. Disposition of Surplus Buffalo and Musk Oxen.

Whenever it is determined by the department that a surplus exists in the herds of buffalo and musk oxen under its control, the department may, under regulations adopted by it, grant the surplus or portions of it to persons, groups, associations, partnerships, or corporations for the purpose of raising and breeding the animals as domestic stock for commercial purposes, or for scientific and educational purposes. A person, group, association, partnership, or corporation may receive animals only after proving to the satisfaction of the department

(1) intent to raise and breed the animals; and

(2) possession of facilities for maintaining the animals under positive control.

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