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Every person employing a minor shall obtain and have on file proof of the minor's age acceptable to the commissioner. Examples of acceptable proof of age include, but are not limited to, a copy of
(1) birth certificate;
(2) Bureau of Indian Affairs census record;
(4) driver's license;
(5) authenticated school records;
(6) federal age certificate;
(7) baptismal certificate;
(8) military dependent identification;
(9) family court records;
(10) affidavit of physician.
History: Eff. 10/27/73, Register 48; am 6/4/82, Register 82
Authority: AS 23.10.350
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