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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 4. Alcoholic Beverages
- Chapter 11. Licensing
- Section 10. License or Permit Required; Presumption Concerning Possession For Sale.
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. Purchase From Nonlicensee Prohibited.
AS 04.11.010. License or Permit Required; Presumption Concerning Possession For Sale.
- (a) Except as provided in AS 04.11.020
, a person may not knowingly manufacture, sell, offer for sale, possess for sale or barter, traffic in, or barter an alcoholic
beverage unless under license or permit issued under this title.
- (b) Except as provided in this subsection, a person may not solicit or receive orders for the delivery of an alcoholic
beverage in an area that has adopted a local option under AS 04.11.491
. If the area has adopted a local option under AS 04.11.491
(a)(1), (2), or (3), or (b)(1) or (2), a package store licensee outside of that local option area may receive orders as
provided under AS 04.11.150
but may not solicit in that area or receive orders through an agent or employee in that area. This subsection does not
apply to a package store licensee who operates a package store in an area that has adopted a local option under AS 04.11.491(a)(2)(C) or (3)(C) or (b)(2)(C). A person who
violates this subsection is punishable upon conviction as provided under AS 04.16.200(a) or (b).
- (c) Unless a municipality or established village has adopted a more restrictive local option under AS 04.11.491
(g), in a criminal prosecution for possession of alcoholic beverages for sale in violation of (a) of this section, the
fact that a person
- (1) possessed more than 10 1/2 liters of distilled spirits, 24 liters or more of wine, or 12 gallons or more of malt beverages
in an area where the sale of alcoholic beverages is restricted or prohibited under AS 04.11.491 creates a presumption that the person possessed
the alcoholic beverages for sale;
- (2) sends, transports, or brings more than 10 1/2 liters of distilled spirits, 24 liters or more of wine, or 12 gallons or
more of malt beverages to an area where the sale of alcoholic beverages is restricted or prohibited under AS 04.11.491
creates a presumption that the person sent, transported, or brought the alcoholic beverages for sale in the area.
- (d) In this section,
- (1) "bring" has the meaning given in AS 04.11.499
- (2) "send" has the meaning given in AS 04.11.499
- (3) "transport" has the meaning given in AS 04.11.499
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