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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 11. Criminal Law
- Chapter 73. Imitation Controlled Substances
- Section 20. Possession of Substance With Intent to Manufacture.
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AS 11.73.020. Possession of Substance With Intent to Manufacture.
- (a) Except as provided in AS 11.73.050
, a person may not possess the following substances or their salts with the intent to manufacture an imitation
- (1) ephedrine;
- (2) ephedrine sulfate;
- (3) pseudoephedrine;
- (4) pseudoephedrine hydrochloride;
- (5) phenylpropanolamine;
- (6) caffeine;
- (7) theophylline;
- (8) lidocaine;
- (9) procaine;
- (10) tetracaine;
- (11) dyclonine;
- (12) acetaminophen;
- (13) salicylamide;
- (14) doxylamine;
- (15) diphenhydramine;
- (16) pheniramine;
- (17) chlorpheniramine; or
- (18) pyrilamine.
- (b) A person who violates this section commits a class C felony.
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