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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 4. Alcoholic Beverages
- Chapter 11. Licensing
- Section 180. Common Carrier Dispensary License.
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AS 04.11.180. Common Carrier Dispensary License.
- (a) A common carrier dispensary license authorizes the holder to sell alcoholic beverages for consumption aboard a
vehicle, boat, or train licensed by a state or federal agency for passenger travel, or aboard aircraft operated by an
airline licensed by a state or federal agency for passenger travel.
- (b) Except for a common carrier that is an airline, a common carrier shall obtain a license for each vehicle, boat, or
train in which alcoholic beverages are served. After obtaining an initial license for the first vehicle, boat, or
train, the common carrier may obtain additional licenses for additional vehicles, boats, or trains upon making a
written request identifying the vehicle, boat, or train in the manner prescribed by the board, and paying the biennial
fee for additional licensed premises as required by (c) of this section.
- (c) Except as provided for airlines under (d) of this section, the biennial fee for a common carrier dispensary license is
$1,000 for each of the first 10 licenses a common carrier holds and $100 for each additional license issued to the
common carrier after the first 10 licenses.
- (d) The biennial fee for a common carrier dispensary license issued to an airline is the fee specified under (c) of this
section for each aircraft in which alcoholic beverages are served or $2,000 for each community served by the airline.
An airline shall specify the fee applicable to the license at the time of the airline's application for issuance or
renewal of the license.
- (e) Upon request of the common carrier and payment of the proportionate prorated applicable fee, the board shall change
the license period of a license for a vehicle, boat, or train to allow registration to occur in the biennial period of
the balance of the licensee's common carrier licenses.
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