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(a) A permit holder, other than a silver hand agent, may use the representation of a silver hand seal on catalogs, letterheads, business cards, in-store and other advertising, and for other similar purposes related to the permit holder's handicrafts. The permit holder, other than a silver hand agent, may use a representation of the silver hand symbol only in advertising of that permit holder's handicrafts.
(b) The silver hand agent may use a representation of the silver hand symbol only on letterheads, business cards, and other advertising solely for the purposes of identifying that person as a silver hand agent and fulfilling that agent's duties under AS 45.65.010 - 45.65.070 and this chapter.
(c) The silver hand seal or a representation of that seal may not be used in a manner that is false or misleading. The silver hand seal or a representation of that seal may only be used without any modification to the design specified in 3 AAC 58.020(b) .
(d) The silver hand seal or a representation of that seal may not be incorporated into a business, company, or product logo or label.
(e) The silver hand seal or a representation of that seal may not be sold as art or as a dominant feature of a handicraft unless approved by the commissioner in writing.
(f) A permit holder may obtain 150 silver hand seals annually from the department at no cost. Additional seals may be purchased from the department at the cost of printing and distribution of the seals.
History: Eff. 10/1/93, Register 127
Authority: AS 44.33.020
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