Montana Code Annotated 2021

TITLE 87. FISH AND WILDLIFE

CHAPTER 1. ORGANIZATION AND OPERATION

Part 2. Department of Fish, Wildlife, and Parks

Hunting Access Account

87-1-290. (Temporary) Hunting access account. (1) There is a hunting access account in the state special revenue fund. Funds deposited in this account must be used for the purpose of funding any hunting access program.

(2) The following funds must be deposited in the account:

(a) 28.5% of the fee for Class B-10 nonresident big game combination licenses pursuant to 87-2-505 and 28.5% of the fee for Class B-11 nonresident deer combination licenses pursuant to 87-2-510;

(b) 28.5% of the fee for hunting licenses issued to nonresident relatives of a resident pursuant to 87-2-514; and

(c) the hunting access fees collected pursuant to 87-2-116.

(3) Any interest or income earned on the account must be deposited in the account.

87-1-290. (Effective March 1, 2022) Hunting access account. (1) There is a hunting access account in the state special revenue fund. Funds deposited in this account must be used for the purpose of funding any hunting access program.

(2) The following funds must be deposited in the account:

(a) 28.5% of the fee for Class B-10 nonresident big game combination licenses pursuant to 87-2-505 and 28.5% of the fee for Class B-11 nonresident deer combination licenses pursuant to 87-2-510;

(b) 28.5% of the fee for hunting licenses issued to nonresident relatives of a resident pursuant to 87-2-514;

(c) the hunting access fees collected pursuant to 87-2-116; and

(d) limited drawing refunds received pursuant to 87-2-124.

(3) Any interest or income earned on the account must be deposited in the account.

History: En. Sec. 9, I.M. No. 161, approved Nov. 2, 2010; amd. Sec. 1, Ch. 415, L. 2011; amd. Sec. 5, Ch. 449, L. 2015; amd. Sec. 9, Ch. 63, L. 2019; amd. Sec. 2, Ch. 106, L. 2019.