PDF   https://www.commerce.alaska.gov/web/Portals/9/pub/FinalRegsThrough12-1-15.pdf

Here’s the TOC

Register , 2016 COMMERCE, COMMUNITY, AND EC. DEV.
Final Adopted Regulations as of 12/1/2015 1 3 AAC is amended by adding a new chapter to read:

Chapter 306.
Regulation of Marijuana Industry. Article beginning page
1. Licensing, Fees (3 AAC 306.005 – 3AAC 306.100) 1
2. Local Options (3 AAC 306.200 – 3AAC 306.260) 28
3. Retail Marijuana Stores (3 AAC 306.300 – 3AAC 306.360) 34
4. Marijuana Cultivation Facilities (3 AAC 306.400 – 3AAC 306.480) 44
5. Marijuana Product Manufacturing Facilities (3 AAC 306.500 – 3AAC 306.570) 63
6. Marijuana Testing Facilities (3 AAC 306.600 – 3AAC 306.675) 80
7. Operating Requirements for All Marijuana Establishments (3 AAC 306.700 – 3AAC 306.755) 97
8. Enforcement, Civil Penalties (3 AAC 306.800 – 3AAC 306.850) 112
9. General Provisions (3 AAC 306.905 – 3AAC 306.990) 122

https://www.commerce.alaska.gov/web/Portals/9/pub/FinalRegsThrough12-1-15.pdf

Ganjapreneur write as commentary

So far, Alaska’s rule book is proving a good example for cannabis legalization in the U.S., and has dodged a common problem. Since smoking weed in public is illegal, there’s nowhere for out-of-state visitors to consume their legally purchased cannabis. Alaska solved this quandary by including a provision that allows for the consumption of marijuana at retail locations.

Read their take here