Alaska Statutes.
Title 45. Trade and Commerce
Chapter 65. Handicrafts and Works of Art
Section 30. Design of Identification Seals and Emblems.
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AS 45.65.030. Design of Identification Seals and Emblems.

(a) The official authentic Native handicraft symbol is the silver hand symbol. It must bear the words: "Authentic Native Handicraft from Alaska", and include a blank line for the artist's name and the place of origin of the article.

(b) [Repealed, Sec. 5 ch 104 SLA 1992].

(c) The official emblem for an article that is made in the state is a design approved by the commissioner under AS 45.65.020 (a)(2) that depicts a mother bear with a cub and states the words "Made in Alaska."

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