License agents: Regulations
1.The Commission shall adopt regulations establishing:
(a)The procedures for applying to become a license agent.
(b)The standards to be met by license agents in the performance of their duties.
(c)The requirements for the furnishing of surety bonds by license agents.
(d)The manner of remitting money to the Department.
(e)The manner of accounting for licenses, tags, stamps, permits and other documents received, issued, sold or returned.
2.An application to become a license agent must be accompanied by a fee of $100 for processing the application.
3.A license agent designated by the Department is responsible for the correct issuance of all licenses, tags, stamps, permits and other documents entrusted to the agent and, so far as the agent is able, for ensuring that no licenses are issued upon the false statement of an applicant. Before issuing any license, the license agent shall satisfy himself or herself of the identity of the applicant and the place of the applicant’s residence, and may require any applicant to present proof of the applicant’s identity and residence.
4.A license agent is responsible to the Department for the collection of the correct and required fee, for the safeguarding of the money collected by the agent and for the prompt remission to the Department for deposit in accordance with NRS 501.356 of all money collected. The Department shall furnish to the license agent receipts for all money which the agent remits to it. A license agent shall furnish a receipt to the Department of all licenses, tags, stamps, permits and other documents which the agent receives from it.
5.For each license, tag, stamp, permit or other document a license agent sells, and each apprentice hunting license the agent issues pursuant to NRS 502.066, the license agent is entitled to receive a service fee of:
(a)One dollar for each license, tag, permit or other document, in addition to the fee for the license, tag, permit or other document; and
(b)Ten cents for each stamp.
6.Any person authorized to enforce this chapter may inspect, during the license agent’s normal business hours, any record or document of the agent relating to the issuance of any such license, stamp, tag, permit or other document.
7.All money collected by a license agent, except service fees collected pursuant to subsection 5, is public money of the State of Nevada, and the State has a prior claim for the amount of money due it upon all assets of the agent over all creditors, assignees or other claimants. The use of this money for private or business transactions is a misuse of public money and punishable under the laws provided.
Section 502.040 — License agents: Regulations; duties; fees; inspections.,