Alaska (US) Laws
Clowns beware! No more than three passengers can ride in the front seat of a car.
Citation: 9.36.040 Obstructing driver's view or driving mechanism.
A. No person may drive a vehicle when there are more than three people in the front seat, which number shall include the driver.
B. No passenger in a vehicle may ride in such position as to interfere with the driver's view ahead or to the sides, or to interfere with his control over the vehicle.
C. No driver may allow his vehicle to be loaded in such a manner as to interfere with the driver's view ahead or to the sides, or to interfere with his control over the vehicle.
D. No person may drive any motor vehicle with any sign, poster, non-transparent material or an accumulation of snow, ice or frost upon the front windshield, side wings, or side or rear windows of such vehicle which materially obstructs, obscures or impairs the driver's clear view of the street or any intersecting street.
Persons may not live in a trailer as it is being hauled across the city.
Citation: 9.36.060 Riding in house trailers.
No person may occupy a house trailer while it is being moved upon a public street.
For all you would-be pranksters out there, it is illegal to string a wire across any road.
Citation: 9.36.100 Putting glass or debris on street.
A. No person may throw or deposit upon any street any glass bottle, glass, nails, tacks, wire, cans or any other substance likely to injure any person, animal or vehicle upon such street.
B. Any person who drops, or permits to be dropped or thrown, upon any street any destructive or injurious material shall immediately remove the such material or cause it to be removed.
C. Any person removing a wrecked or damaged vehicle from a street shall remove any glass or other injurious substance dropped upon the highway from such vehicle.
No one may tie his or her pet dog to the roof of a car.
Citation: 9.36.150 Carrying animals on outside of vehicle.
No person driving a motor vehicle shall transport any animal in the back of the vehicle in a space intended for any load on the vehicle on a street unless the space is enclosed or has side and tail walls to a height of at least 46 inches extending vertically from the floor, or the animal is cross tethered to the vehicle, or is protected by a secured container or cage, in a manner which will prevent the animal from being thrown, falling or jumping from the vehicle.
A person may only carry a concealed slingshot if that person has received the appropriate license.
Citation: 9.24.020 Carrying a concealed weapon. It is unlawful for any person other than a law enforcement officer to carry concealed about his person, in any manner, a revolver, pistol or other firearm or knife (other than an ordinary pocket-knife), or a dirk or dagger, slingshot, metal knuckles or an instrument by the use of which injury could be inflicted upon the person or property of another, except that any person in possession of a valid State of Alaska concealed weapon permit may carry a weapon as allowed by that permit.
Employers of bars may not let their bartenders serve while they are drunk themselves.
Citation: 9.04.030 Sale or disposition of alcoholic beverages to drunken persons.
A licensee, an agent, or employee may not:
A. Sell, give or barter alcoholic beverages to a drunken person;
B. Allow another person to sell, give or barter an alcoholic beverage to a drunken person within licensed premises;
C. Allow a drunken person to enter and remain within licensed premises or to consume an alcoholic beverage within licensed premises;
D. Permit a drunken person to sell or serve alcoholic beverages.
One may not roam the city with a bow and arrows.
Citation: 13.25.050 Possession of airguns and similar devices.
(a) No person shall have in his or her physical possession, nor shall discharge, an airgun, bow and arrow, or slingshot within the city.
(b) The prohibitions of subsection (a) of this section do not apply to possession or discharging in authorized locations, or to transporting along a direct course between authorized locations, provided the device is not loaded while en route.
(c) As used in this section:
(1) "Airgun" means a BB gun, pellet gun or similar device which launches a projectile upon the release of compressed gas; and
(2) "Authorized locations" means and includes occupied residences, operational vehicles, premises in which such devices are sold or displayed, and facilities designed for indoor charges.
Persons may not allow "attractive nuisances" to exist.
Explanation: While the wording of the actual law may sound like an oxymoron, an "attractive nuisance" is really any object that will attract a bear (i.e. garbage). By discouraging bears to come around, dangerous human/bear interactions are limited as well as expensive bear relocation and/or shootings.