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Alaska Administrative Code
Title 13 . Public Safety
Chapter 104 . Alcoholic Beverage Control Board

Chapter 104. Alcoholic Beverage Control Board

Section 5 . Submissions to the board
Section 15 . Staff
Section 25 . Conduct of board meetings
Section 35 . Public comment at board meetings
Section 100 . When licenses become available
Section 105 . Application generally
Section 107 . Compelled transfer of license; security interest
Section 110 . Mutually exclusive and competing applications
Section 112 . Selection among competing applications within incorporated cities, organized boroughs, and unified municipalities
Section 115 . Petitions
Section 125 . Public notice
Section 135 . (Repealed)
Section 145 . Local governing body protest
Section 147 . Processing fees for renewals after late payment of taxes
Section 150 . Procedure on objection or protest; appeals
Section 155 . Issuance of license
Section 160 . License renewals
Section 165 . (Repealed)
Section 170 . Waiver of annual operating requirement and minimum operating requirements
Section 175 . Transfers
Section 180 . Denial, suspension, revocation, or refusal to renew or transfer, in the public interest
Section 185 . Licensed premises
Section 195 . Surrender of license
Section 205 . Exercise of authority
Section 215 . Death of a licensee
Section 305 . Restaurant or eating place license
Section 315 . Beverage dispensary license
Section 325 . License issued to encourage tourism
Section 335 . License issued for public convenience
Section 340 . Common carrier dispensary license
Section 345 . Golf course license
Section 405 . Adulteration, misbranding and false advertising
Section 415 . Storing, warehousing and transporting
Section 425 . Determining age of patron
Section 435 . (Repealed)
Section 440 . Pricing and marketing of alcoholic beverages
Section 445 . (Repealed)
Section 455 . Recordkeeping requirements
Section 465 . Alcohol server education course
Section 505 . Powers of investigative personnel
Section 515 . Inspection
Section 525 . Communication with licensees
Section 535 . Suspension and revocation of license
Section 540 . Civil fine
Section 545 . Effect of revocation
Section 605 . (Repealed)
Section 610 . Refunds to municipalities
Section 615 . Petitions
Section 620 . Colleges and universities
Section 625 . Community prohibitions on alcoholic beverages
Section 635 . Third-party purchases for consideration
Section 645 . Written orders for alcoholic beverages; other transporting of alcoholic beverages; local governing body authority
Section 647 . Package store license delivery permit
Section 650 . Alcoholic beverages stocked in guest rooms
Section 655 . (Repealed)
Section 660 . Temporary dedesignation of licensed premises
Section 665 . (Repealed)
Section 670 . Municipal golf course license
Section 675 . Permits
Section 680 . Restaurant caterer
Section 685 . Caterer
Section 690 . Club license caterer
Section 695 . Theatre license
Section 697 . Art exhibit permit
Section 699 . Wine auction permit
Section 715 . Application for designation
Section 725 . Dining by persons under the age of 21
Section 745 . Employment of persons under the age of 21
Section 765 . Limitation of designation
Section 775 . Certificate of designation
Section 785 . Termination of designation
Section 795 . Suspension or revocation of designation
Section 905 . Determining population criteria
Section 990 . Definition

Editor's note: The repealed sections of this chapter (15 AAC 104.010 - 15 AAC 104.270), originally adopted in 1959 and amended several times since then, have been repealed, effective 11/29/81, to be replaced by the following comprehensive revision.

As of Register 151 (October 1999), the functions of the former Department of Community and Regional Affairs were transferred to other state agences. Revisions to regulations to reflect changes in state agencies' names were made by the regulations attorney in accordance with ch. 58, SLA 1999 and AS 44.62.125 (b)(6).

As of Register 166 (July 2003), and acting under AS 44.62.125 (b)(6), the regulations attorney relocated former 15 AAC 104 to 13 AAC 104, and made conforming technical changes, to reflect Executive Order No. 110 (2003). Executive Order No. 110 relocated the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board from the Department of Revenue to the Department of Public Safety. The history notes for provisions relocated to 13 AAC 104 carry forward the history from former 15 AAC 104.


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