Form 15-528 "Fur Dealer, Taxidermy, and Game Farm License Application" - Alaska

What Is Form 15-528?

This is a legal form that was released by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game - a government authority operating within Alaska. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

Form Details:

  • Released on January 1, 2016;
  • The latest edition provided by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game;
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FUR DEALER, TAXIDERMY, AND GAME FARM
Alaska Department of Fish & Game
Licensing Section
LICENSE APPLICATION
P.O. Box 115525
Juneau, Alaska 99811-5525
New
Renew
OR
adfg.license@alaska.gov
License
License number
(907) 465.2376
CLASS 41
CLASS 42
CLASS 43
CLASS 44
CLASS 45
CLASS 46
Res. Fur Dealer
Nonres. Fur Dealer
Res. Taxidermy
Nonres. Taxidermy
Game Mammal or Reptile
Game Bird
Biennial
Biennial
Biennial
Biennial
Biennial
Biennial
$150.00
$500.00
$200.00
$500.00
$250.00
$50.00
***BIENNIAL LICENSES are valid for two calendar years. The expiration date of each license is December 31 one year following the
year of issuance.
Name (First, Middle Initial, Last)
License Year
Date of Birth
(mm/dd/yyyy):
Mailing Address
Physical Address
City, State, Zip Code
City, State, Zip Code
Driver's License or State ID Number
Daytime Telephone Number
State:
Number:
Email Address
Applicant’s Alaska Residency Status (check one)
(Please read definition of resident below.)
Date Established Residency
Resident--preceding 12 or more
Nonresident--Less than 12
consecutive months of residency
consecutive months of residency
(mm/yyyy):
***NOTE: Please allow 1-4 weeks for delivery
Expires:
Payment Information (make check payable to State of Alaska)
________/_________
Check or Money Order
Visa
MasterCard
Card No.
3 Digit Verification #:______________
SIGNATURE______________________________________
I certify that the information is true and correct and that I understand this information is subject to disclosure. (Note: Providing false information is subject
to a maximum penalty of up to a $10,000 fine and 1 year imprisonment, or both, per AS 11.56.210 and AS 16.05.420 ).
Signature of Applicant
Date
Definition of Game Farming (AS 16.05.940(15)) “game farming” means the business of propagating, breeding, raising, or producing game in
captivity for the purpose of marketing the game or their products, and “captivity” means having the game under positive control, as in a pen or an
area of land or water that is completely enclosed by a generally escape-proof barrier. If you are applying for an elk farming license, you will need
to go through the Department of Natural Resources, Division of Agriculture.
Definition of Fur Dealing (AS 16.05.940(18)) “fur dealing” means engaging in the business of buying, selling, or trading in animal skins, but does
not include the sale of animal skins by a trapper or hunter who has legally taken the animal, or the purchase of animal skins by a person, other
than a fur dealer, for the person’s own use.
(5 AAC 92.990 (38))“Skin,” “hide,” and “pelt” are all the same thing and mean any untanned external covering of any game animal’s body, but
does not include a handcraft or other finished product; “skin,””hide,” or “pelt” of a bear means the entire external covering with claws attached.
Generally speaking, anyone who purchases a skin, hide or pelt or fur (untanned external covering) for resale, or to produce some other article
(such as a coat, hat, mittens, doll, toy, or other ornament or object of clothing) for sale, must have a fur dealing license. Anyone who sells a fur,
skin, pelt that s/he did not personally take, or who acts as an agent for the hunter/trapper to do so, must have a fur dealing license. If a person
purchases objects already made from furs or skins for resale (e.g. hats, coats, etc.), no fur dealing license is required.
Definition of Taxidermy (AS 16.05.940(35)) “taxidermy” means tanning, mounting, processing, or other treatment or preparation of fish or game,
or any part of fish or game, as a trophy, for monetary gain, including the receiving of the fish or game or parts of fish or game for such purposes.
Definition of Resident (AS 16.05. 415) “resident” means, • a person (including an alien) who is physically present in Alaska with the intent to
remain indefinitely and make a home here, has maintained that person’s domicile in Alaska for the 12 consecutive months immediately preceding
this application for a license, and is not claiming residency or obtaining benefits under a claim of residency in another state, territory, or country;
• a member of the military service or U.S. Coast Guard who has been stationed in Alaska for the 12 consecutive months immediately preceding
this application for a license; or • a dependent of a resident member of the military service or U.S. Coast Guard who has lived in Alaska for the 12
consecutive months immediately preceding this application for a license. A person who does not otherwise qualify as a resident may not qualify
by virtue of an interest in an Alaska business
15-528(01/16)
FUR DEALER, TAXIDERMY, AND GAME FARM
Alaska Department of Fish & Game
Licensing Section
LICENSE APPLICATION
P.O. Box 115525
Juneau, Alaska 99811-5525
New
Renew
OR
adfg.license@alaska.gov
License
License number
(907) 465.2376
CLASS 41
CLASS 42
CLASS 43
CLASS 44
CLASS 45
CLASS 46
Res. Fur Dealer
Nonres. Fur Dealer
Res. Taxidermy
Nonres. Taxidermy
Game Mammal or Reptile
Game Bird
Biennial
Biennial
Biennial
Biennial
Biennial
Biennial
$150.00
$500.00
$200.00
$500.00
$250.00
$50.00
***BIENNIAL LICENSES are valid for two calendar years. The expiration date of each license is December 31 one year following the
year of issuance.
Name (First, Middle Initial, Last)
License Year
Date of Birth
(mm/dd/yyyy):
Mailing Address
Physical Address
City, State, Zip Code
City, State, Zip Code
Driver's License or State ID Number
Daytime Telephone Number
State:
Number:
Email Address
Applicant’s Alaska Residency Status (check one)
(Please read definition of resident below.)
Date Established Residency
Resident--preceding 12 or more
Nonresident--Less than 12
consecutive months of residency
consecutive months of residency
(mm/yyyy):
***NOTE: Please allow 1-4 weeks for delivery
Expires:
Payment Information (make check payable to State of Alaska)
________/_________
Check or Money Order
Visa
MasterCard
Card No.
3 Digit Verification #:______________
SIGNATURE______________________________________
I certify that the information is true and correct and that I understand this information is subject to disclosure. (Note: Providing false information is subject
to a maximum penalty of up to a $10,000 fine and 1 year imprisonment, or both, per AS 11.56.210 and AS 16.05.420 ).
Signature of Applicant
Date
Definition of Game Farming (AS 16.05.940(15)) “game farming” means the business of propagating, breeding, raising, or producing game in
captivity for the purpose of marketing the game or their products, and “captivity” means having the game under positive control, as in a pen or an
area of land or water that is completely enclosed by a generally escape-proof barrier. If you are applying for an elk farming license, you will need
to go through the Department of Natural Resources, Division of Agriculture.
Definition of Fur Dealing (AS 16.05.940(18)) “fur dealing” means engaging in the business of buying, selling, or trading in animal skins, but does
not include the sale of animal skins by a trapper or hunter who has legally taken the animal, or the purchase of animal skins by a person, other
than a fur dealer, for the person’s own use.
(5 AAC 92.990 (38))“Skin,” “hide,” and “pelt” are all the same thing and mean any untanned external covering of any game animal’s body, but
does not include a handcraft or other finished product; “skin,””hide,” or “pelt” of a bear means the entire external covering with claws attached.
Generally speaking, anyone who purchases a skin, hide or pelt or fur (untanned external covering) for resale, or to produce some other article
(such as a coat, hat, mittens, doll, toy, or other ornament or object of clothing) for sale, must have a fur dealing license. Anyone who sells a fur,
skin, pelt that s/he did not personally take, or who acts as an agent for the hunter/trapper to do so, must have a fur dealing license. If a person
purchases objects already made from furs or skins for resale (e.g. hats, coats, etc.), no fur dealing license is required.
Definition of Taxidermy (AS 16.05.940(35)) “taxidermy” means tanning, mounting, processing, or other treatment or preparation of fish or game,
or any part of fish or game, as a trophy, for monetary gain, including the receiving of the fish or game or parts of fish or game for such purposes.
Definition of Resident (AS 16.05. 415) “resident” means, • a person (including an alien) who is physically present in Alaska with the intent to
remain indefinitely and make a home here, has maintained that person’s domicile in Alaska for the 12 consecutive months immediately preceding
this application for a license, and is not claiming residency or obtaining benefits under a claim of residency in another state, territory, or country;
• a member of the military service or U.S. Coast Guard who has been stationed in Alaska for the 12 consecutive months immediately preceding
this application for a license; or • a dependent of a resident member of the military service or U.S. Coast Guard who has lived in Alaska for the 12
consecutive months immediately preceding this application for a license. A person who does not otherwise qualify as a resident may not qualify
by virtue of an interest in an Alaska business
15-528(01/16)