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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 16. Fish and Game
- Chapter 5. Fish and Game Code
- Section 330. Licenses, Tags, and Subsistence Permits.
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. Elk Farming. [Renumbered as AS 16.40.050
AS 16.05.330. Licenses, Tags, and Subsistence Permits.
- (a) Except as otherwise permitted in this chapter, without having the appropriate license or tag in actual possession, a
person may not engage in
- (1) sport fishing, including the taking of razor clams;
- (2) hunting, trapping, or fur dealing;
- (3) the farming of fish, fur, or game;
- (4) taxidermy; or
- (5) control of nuisance wild birds and nuisance wild small mammals for compensation.
- (b) When obtaining the appropriate license or tag in (a) of this section, an applicant who asserts residency in the state
shall provide the license vendor with the proof of residence that the department requires by regulation.
- (c) The Board of Fisheries and the Board of Game may adopt regulations providing for the issuance and expiration of
subsistence permits for areas, villages, communities, groups, or individuals as needed for authorizing, regulating, and
monitoring the subsistence harvest of fish and game. The boards shall adopt these regulations when the subsistence
preference requires a reduction in the harvest of a fish stock or game population by nonsubsistence users.
- (d) A person may not receive a sport fishing, hunting, or trapping license or other permit or tag issued under AS 16.05.330
- 16.05.430, if the person's right to obtain, or
exercise the privileges granted by, a sport fishing, hunting, or trapping license is suspended or revoked in another
state. A person who applies for a sport fishing, hunting, or trapping license or other permit or tag issued under AS 16.05.330
- 16.05.430 shall sign a statement that the person's
right to obtain, or exercise the privileges granted by, a sport fishing, hunting, or trapping license is not suspended
or revoked in another state.
- (e) [Repealed, Sec. 2 ch 39 SLA 2001].
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