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(a) No person may ship, mail, or otherwise transport from Alaska the raw skin of a wild fur animal or furbearer unless the person first obtains an export permit or shipping tag and an export report or postcard available from the department, post offices, or commercial carriers.
(b) A person who ships, mails, or otherwise transports from Alaska the raw skin of a wild fur animal or furbearer shall attach a fur export permit to the outside of any package containing the raw skin and shall include a statement that each skin was legally taken and possessed. No carrier or post office may accept for shipment from Alaska a raw skin of a wild fur animal or furbearer unless a fur export permit is attached. Before shipment, the person shipping, mailing, or otherwise transporting the raw skin shall detach the fur export report from the fur export permit, and shall complete it and mail it to the department.
History: Eff. 7/5/85, Register 95
Authority: AS 16.05.255
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