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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 16. Fish and Game
- Chapter 5. Fish and Game Code
- Section 920. Prohibited Conduct Generally.
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. Penalty. [Renumbered as AS 16.05.905
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. Venomous Reptiles and Insects or Their Eggs; Prohibited Conduct; Permits.
AS 16.05.920. Prohibited Conduct Generally.
- (a) Unless permitted by AS 16.05 - AS 16.40, by AS 41.14, or by regulation adopted under AS 16.05 - AS 16.40 or AS 41.14, a person may not take, possess, transport, sell, offer to
sell, purchase, or offer to purchase fish, game, or marine aquatic plants, or any part of fish, game, or aquatic
plants, or a nest or egg of fish or game.
- (b) A person may not knowingly disturb, injure, or destroy a notice, signboard, seal, tag, aircraft, boat, vessel,
automobile, paraphernalia, equipment, building, or other improvement or property of the department used in the
administration or enforcement of this title except AS 16.51 and
AS 16.52, or a poster or notice to the public concerning the
provisions of this title except AS 16.51 and AS 16.52, or a regulation adopted under this title except AS 16.51 and AS 16.52, or a marker indicating the boundary of an area closed to
hunting, trapping, fishing, or other special use under this title except AS 16.51 and AS 16.52. A person may not knowingly destroy, remove, tamper with, or
imitate a seal or tag issued or used by the department or attached under its authority to a skin, portion, or specimen
of fish or game, or other article for the purpose of identification or authentication in accordance with this title
except AS 16.51 and AS 16.52 or a regulation adopted under this title except AS 16.51 and AS 16.52.
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