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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 8. Business and Professions
- Chapter 13. Barbers and Hairdressers
- Section 130. Display of License or Permit.
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AS 08.13.130. Display of License or Permit.
- (a) A practitioner shall display the practitioner's license in a conspicuous location in the practitioner's place of
business. Each shop owner is responsible for the display of the licenses of employees. A person holding a student
permit, temporary license, or temporary permit shall display the permit or license in a conspicuous location in the
school in which the person is enrolled or the shop in which the person works. The school or shop owner is responsible
for the display of a permit or license for each enrolled student, apprentice, or temporary license holder.
- (b) A license issued to a manicurist by the department must state that the manicurist has successfully completed a course
of instruction or training in health, safety, and hygiene concerns related to the practice of manicuring.
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