Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 36
FISH AND GAME
CHAPTER 22
SHOOTING PRESERVES
36-2202.  Shooting preserve license. Upon receipt of a completed application of a type and form prescribed by the director, his representative shall inspect the proposed shooting preserve premises and facilities where such upland game birds are to be propagated, raised and released. If the department finds that the proposed operation and area meet all of the requirements of law and related rules and proclamations adopted by the fish and game commission, the application shall be approved and the license issued. Upon payment of the annual fee as provided in this act, shooting preserve licenses issued under the provisions hereof shall be and continue in force from the date of issuance until and including the thirtieth day of June thereafter. Application for renewal thereof must be made during the thirty (30) days immediately preceding said expiration date.
Operating licenses or permits may be issued to any person, partnership, association or corporation for the operation of shooting preserves that meet the requirements herein prescribed.

History:
[36-2202, added 1977, ch. 324, sec. 1, p. 906; am. 1998, ch. 170, sec. 15, p. 591.]


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