Alaska Statutes.
Title 16. Fish and Game
Chapter 5. Fish and Game Code
Section 110. Composition of Fund.
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AS 16.05.110. Composition of Fund.

(a) The fish and game fund shall be made up of the following money and other money the legislature appropriates, which shall be deposited and retained in the fund until expended:

(1) money received from the sale of state sport fishing, hunting, and trapping licenses, tags, and special permits, waterfowl conservation tags purchased by hunters, and anadromous salmon tags purchased by fishermen;

(2) proceeds received from the sale of furs, skins, and specimens taken by predator hunters and other employees;

(3) money received in settlement of a claim or loss caused by damage to the fish and game resources of the state;

(4) money received from federal, state, or other governmental unit, or from a private donor for fish and game purposes;

(5) interest earned upon money in the fund;

(6) money from any other source.

(b) Except for money received as fisheries fines or forfeitures in settlement of a claim or loss caused by damage to the fish resources of the state that is appropriated to or through the division of commercial fisheries management and development, appropriations of money from the fish and game fund and of money received by the state under the federal aid acts described under AS 16.05.140 shall be made to the division of wildlife conservation or the division of sport fish. The division of wildlife conservation or the division of sport fish may use money appropriated under this subsection to acquire administrative and other services from other agencies if the division acquires the services through reimbursable services agreements. The division of wildlife conservation and the division of sport fish shall include as part of their budgets prepared under AS 37.07.050

(1) a listing of the reimbursable services agreements that are to be funded with money appropriated under this subsection;

(2) a description of the services to be provided under those agreements; and

(3) a listing of the entities that are parties to those agreements.

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