Alaska Statutes.
Title 3. Agriculture and Animals
Chapter 40. Brands and Marks
Section 110. Animals From Other States.
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AS 03.40.110. Animals From Other States.

Any person who brings into this state for grazing purposes, any animals included in AS 03.40.010 already branded or marked, shall present to the commissioner a statement of the brands or marks of these animals. If these brands or marks conflict with any previously recorded, the owner or manager of the animals shall brand or mark them with a brand or mark that the commissioner considers a brand or mark distinguishable from all brands or marks recorded, and the owner shall be enjoined from further use of the conflicting brand or mark. Failure to comply with the provisions of this section renders the party liable for damages resulting from the failure. This section applies to all animals in this state whose brands or marks infringe on previously recorded brands or marks.

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