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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 18. Health, Safety, and Housing
- Chapter 65. Police Protection
- Section 311. Anatomical Gift.
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. Identification Cards.
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. Cancellation of Identification Card.
AS 18.65.311. Anatomical Gift.
- (a) The department shall provide a method, at the time that an identification card is issued, by which the card holder may
make an anatomical gift under AS 13.52. The method must provide a
means by which the card holder may cancel the gift.
- (b) An employee of the department who processes an identification card application, other than an application received by
mail, shall ask the applicant orally whether the applicant wishes to execute an anatomical gift. The department shall,
by placement of posters and brochures in the office where the application is taken, and by oral advice, if requested,
make known to the applicant the method by which the cardholder may make an anatomical gift under AS 13.52. The department shall inform each applicant for an
identification card in writing that, if the applicant executes a gift under AS 13.52 and if the gift is made with the registration, the department
will transmit the information on the identification card to a donor registry created under AS 13.50.110
. The department shall also direct the applicant to notify a procurement organization or the department under AS 13.50.140
if the identification card is destroyed or mutilated or the gift is revoked under AS 13.52.170. The department shall carry out the
requirements of AS 13.50.100 - 13.50.190.
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