1.Money received by the Department from:
(a)The sale of licenses;
(b)Fees pursuant to the provisions of NRS 488.075 and 488.1795;
(c)Remittances from the State Treasurer pursuant to the provisions of NRS 365.535;
(d)Appropriations made by the Legislature; and
(e)All other sources, including, without limitation, the Federal Government, except money derived from the forfeiture of any property described in NRS 501.3857 or money deposited in the Wildlife Heritage Account pursuant to NRS 501.3575, the Wildlife Trust Fund pursuant to NRS 501.3585, the Energy Planning and Conservation Account created by NRS 701.630 or the Account for the Recovery of Costs created by NRS 701.640,
2.The interest and income earned on the money in the Wildlife Account, after deducting any applicable charges, must be credited to the Account.
3.Except as otherwise provided in subsection 4 and NRS 503.597, the Department may use money in the Wildlife Account only to carry out the provisions of this title and chapter 488 of NRS and as provided in NRS 365.535, and the money must not be diverted to any other use.
4.Except as otherwise provided in NRS 502.250, 502.410 and 504.155, all fees for the sale or issuance of stamps, tags, permits and licenses that are required to be deposited in the Wildlife Account pursuant to the provisions of this title and any matching money received by the Department from any source must be accounted for separately and must be used:
(a)Only for the protection, propagation and management of wildlife; and
(b)If the fee is for the sale or issuance of a license, permit or tag other than a tag specified in subsection 5 or 6 of NRS 502.250, under the guidance of the Commission pursuant to subsection 2 of NRS 501.181.
Section 501.356 — Wildlife Account.,