FISH, OYSTERS AND GAME
USE OF FUNDS DERIVED FROM ISSUANCE OF YEARLY LICENSES
AN ACT TO AMEND CHAPTER 77, VOLUME 42, LAWS OF DELAWARE, 1939, AS AMENDED, WITH RESPECT TO THE USE OF FUNDS DERIVED FROM HUNTING, FISHING AND TRAPPING LICENSE FEES COLLECTED BY THE BOARD OF GAME AND FISH COMMISSION.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware in General Assembly met:
Section 1. That Volume 42, Laws of Delaware, 1939, as amended by Chapter 12 of Volume 43, Laws of Delaware, 1941, be and the same is further amended by adding at the end of the last paragraph of Section 1. thereof a new sentence as follows:
All funds derived from the issuance of yearly licenses issued by the Board of Game and Fish Commission for hunting, and trapping shall be deposited by said Board with the State Treasurer of Delaware, and one dollar ($1.00) of each hunting and trapping license for which two dollars and twenty-five cents ($2.25) was paid, shall be specifically earmarked for the purpose of matching and securing money allotted to Delaware under the Pittman-Robertson Act, and any balance remaining in such earmarked fund after full provision is effected to insure coverage for Pittman-Robertson grants, shall be expended for the purpose of securing game for restocking purposes in the State.