Alaska Statutes.
Title 45. Trade and Commerce
Chapter 75. Weights and Measures Act
Section 130. Police Powers and Right of Entry and Stoppage.
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AS 45.75.130. Police Powers and Right of Entry and Stoppage.

In the enforcement of this chapter and any other law dealing with weights and measures the director has special police powers. The director may arrest, without formal warrant, any person violating the law, and seize for use as evidence, without formal warrant, incorrect or unsealed weights and measures or amounts or packages of commodity, used, retained, offered or exposed for sale, or sold in violation of law. In performing the director's duties, the director may enter, without formal warrant, any structure or premises, and stop any person and require the person to proceed to a specified place.

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