Nevada Public Health and Safety
Sec. § 453A.730
Deposit, use and disposition of money; administration of account.


1.

Any money the Administrator of the Division or his or her designee receives pursuant to NRS 453A.720 or that is appropriated to carry out the provisions of this chapter governing the issuance of registry identification cards and letters of approval and the regulation of the holders of such cards and letters:

(a)

Must be deposited in the State Treasury and accounted for separately in the State General Fund;

(b)

May only be used to carry out:

(1)

The provisions of this chapter governing the issuance of registry identification cards and letters of approval and the regulation of the holders of such cards and letters, including the dissemination of information concerning those provisions and such other information as determined appropriate by the Administrator;

(2)

Alcohol and drug abuse programs pursuant to NRS 458.094; and

(3)

Research performed by an institution of the Nevada System of Higher Education on services relating to alcohol and drug abuse; and

(c)

Does not revert to the State General Fund at the end of any fiscal year.

2.

The Administrator of the Division shall administer the account. Any interest or income earned on the money in the account must be credited to the account. Any claims against the account must be paid as other claims against the State are paid.
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Nov. 17, 2019