87-2-104. Number of licenses, permits, or tags allowed -- fees. (1) The department may prescribe rules and regulations for the issuance or sale of a replacement license, permit, or tag if the original license, permit, or tag is lost, stolen, or destroyed upon payment of a fee not to exceed $5.
(2) The department shall issue a replacement license, permit, or tag to a person who lawfully harvested a game animal but the meat of the animal was determined by the department to be unfit for human consumption due to disease or prior injury. To obtain a replacement license, permit, or tag pursuant to this subsection, the person:
(a) shall surrender the entire animal determined to be unfit for human consumption; and
(b) may choose to be issued the replacement for the same license year or the next license year.
(3) When authorized by the commission for game management purposes, the department may:
(a) issue more than one Class A-3 resident deer A, Class A-4 resident deer B, Class B-7 nonresident deer A, Class B-8 nonresident deer B, Class E-1 resident wolf, Class E-2 nonresident wolf, or special antelope license to an applicant;
(b) issue a special antlerless moose license, a special cow or calf bison license, or one or more special adult ewe mountain sheep licenses to an applicant; and
(c) issue one or more Class A-9 resident antlerless elk B tag licenses or Class B-12 nonresident antlerless elk B tag licenses to an applicant. Unless otherwise reduced pursuant to subsection (5), the fee for a Class B-12 license is $270.
(4) For all of the game management licenses issued under subsection (3), the commission shall determine the hunting districts or portions of hunting districts for which the licenses are to be issued, the number of licenses to be issued, and all terms and conditions for the use of the licenses.
(5) The fee for a resident or nonresident license of any class issued under subsection (3) may be reduced annually by the department.