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The 1984 Alaska Legislature found that second-hand smoke is a significant health hazard, and enacted a law concerning smoking in public places. Under the new law, effective August 14, 1990, two categories of places and vehicles were created, where a smokers privileges must yield to the public's right to clean air: places where smoking is regulated and places where smoking is prohibited. It also requires that when smoking areas are designated, reasonable accommodations are made to protect the health of nonsmokers and ensure they are not subject to second-hand smoke.
Sec. 18.35.330. Display of smoking and no smoking signs.
(a) A person in charge of a place or vehicle described in AS 18.35.300 or 18.35.305, except a limousine for hire or taxicab, shall conspicuously display in the place or vehicle a sign that reads "Smoking Prohibited by Law - Maximum Fine $50" and that includes the international symbol for no smoking.
(b) In a place or vehicle in which a smoking section has been designated under AS 18.35.320 , the person in charge of the place or vehicle shall conspicuously display signs that specify the portions of the place or vehicle in which smoking is allowed by law and in which smoking is prohibited by law.
(c) A sign required by this section must be at least 18 inches wide and six inches high, with lettering at least 1.25 inches high.