Alaska Statutes.
Title 4. Alcoholic Beverages
Chapter 16. Regulation of Sales and Distribution
Section 125. Alcoholic Beverages Transported By Common Carrier.
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AS 04.16.125. Alcoholic Beverages Transported By Common Carrier.

(a) [See delayed amendment note] A person may not use a common carrier to transport alcoholic beverages into an area that has restricted the sale of alcoholic beverages under AS 04.11.491 (a)(1), (2), or (3) or (b)(1) or (2) unless

(1) the shipping container holding the alcoholic beverages is clearly labeled as containing alcoholic beverages with letters that contrast in color to the shipping container and that are at least two inches in height; and

(2) an itemized invoice showing the quantity and purchase value of distilled spirits, of wine, and of malt beverages is attached to the outside of the shipping container.

(b) [See delayed amendment note] This section does not apply to

(1) a person transporting not more than

(A) two liters of wine;

(B) one gallon of malt beverages; or

(C) one liter of distilled spirits; or

(2) the transportation of alcoholic beverages for use on premises allowed under AS 04.11.491 (a)(2) - (3) or (b)(2) or for use under a permit allowed under AS 04.11.491 (a)(2).

(c) In this section,

(1) "common carrier" means a motor vehicle, watercraft, aircraft, or railroad car available for public hire to transport freight or passengers;

(2) "transport" has the meaning given in AS 04.11.499 .

(d) [Effective January 1, 2024.] A person who knowingly violates this section commits the crime of unauthorized transportation of alcoholic beverages by common carrier into a local option area.

(e) [Effective January 1, 2024.] Unauthorized transportation of alcoholic beverages by common carrier into a local option area is a class A misdemeanor.

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