- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 41. Public Resources
- Chapter 35. Historic Preservation
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Chapter 35. Historic Preservation
- Section 10. Declaration of Policy.
- Section 20. Title to Historic, Prehistoric, and Archeological Resources; Local Display.
- Section 30. Designation of Monuments and Historic Sites.
- Section 40. Administration and Financial Support of Monuments and Historic Sites.
- Section 45. Fees For Guided Tours Through Historical Sites. [Repealed, Sec. 3 Ch 89 SLA 1987].
- Section 50. Regulations.
- Section 60. Power to Acquire Historic, Prehistoric, or Archeological Properties.
- Section 70. Preservation of Historic, Prehistoric, and Archeological Resources Threatened By Public Construction.
- Section 80. Permits.
- Section 90. Notice Required of Private Persons.
- Section 100. Excavation and Removal of Historic, Prehistoric, or Archeological Remains On Private Land.
- Section 110. - 41.35.190. Historic Sites Advisory Committee. [Repealed, E.O. No. 83, Sec. 20 (1993)].
- Section 200. Unlawful Acts.
- Section 210. Criminal Penalties.
- Section 215. Civil Penalties.
- Section 220. Enforcement Authority.
- Section 230. Definitions.
- Section 240. Short Title.
- Section 300. Creation.
- Section 310. Composition of Commission.
- Section 320. Appointment of Members.
- Section 330. Term of Office.
- Section 340. Compensation.
- Section 345. Officers.
- Section 347. Meetings and Quorum.
- Section 350. Duties of the Commission.
- Section 360. Reports. [Repealed, Sec. 35 Ch 126 SLA 1994].
- Section 370. Executive Director. [Repealed, E.O. No. 83 Sec. 20 (1993)].
- Section 375. Powers of Chairman.
- Section 380. Gifts and Income.
Article 01. ALASKA HISTORIC PRESERVATION ACT
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