Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Virginia:
§ 29.1-330. Delivery to clerk or agent; return of unused annually expiring materials and unsold licenses; voluntary contributions.
A. The Director shall send to each clerk or agent before the first day of the
license year as many annually expiring licensing materials and licenses as he
may deem necessary and shall hold each accountable for the amount and number
sent. Clerks and agents shall, within
B. Any form used in applying for a hunting permit or license issued under this title shall include language permitting the applicant to make a voluntary contribution of $2 to support the activities of Virginia Hunters Who Care, Inc., known as Hunters For The Hungry.
§ 29.1-332. License and permit receipts; compensation for issuing; sums to be credited to game protection fund.
A. Notwithstanding the provisions of § 2.2-1802, the money received for
licenses and permits issued under this title shall be paid by each clerk or agent to
the Department for payment into the state treasury. Payment shall be made by
means prescribed by the Board and agreed to by the clerk or agent. For license
sales by telephone or electronic media, the means of payment may include a
continuous deposit of proceeds from the sale of licenses into accounts from
which the Department may electronically transfer funds to a Departmental or
state account at agreed-upon intervals. For license sales made other than by
telephone or electronic media, the clerk or agent shall add
B. Upon receipt into the treasury of such sums the Comptroller shall credit the sums to the game protection fund or to the Lifetime Hunting and Fishing Endowment Fund for licenses sold pursuant to § 29.1-302.1.
C. The voluntary contributions collected pursuant to subsection B of § 29.1-330 and remitted to the Department shall be deposited into the state treasury and credited to a special nonreverting fund, within the game protection fund, known as the Feed the Hungry Fund. Monies in this fund shall be disbursed quarterly to Hunters For The Hungry to support its programs to feed the hungry and other statewide activities related to this mission.
§ 29.1-333. Reports to Director as to sale of licenses.
A. When remitting license and permit receipts, each clerk or agent shall make a
report to the Director, in a manner prescribed by the Director, which shall
show (i) the quantity of licenses of each kind sold and the amount of gross
collections for each kind of license, (ii) the amount of collections retained
as compensation pursuant to § 29.1-332, (iii) the net amount remitted to the
Department, (iv) the amount of voluntary contributions collected pursuant to
subsection B of § 29.1-330, and
B. For failure to make a report and remit the amount due within
C. For license sales made by telephone or electronic media, the reports and remittances to the Department shall be made not less than quarterly and in accordance with a schedule prescribed by the Board. For license sales made other than by telephone or electronic media, the reports and remittances to the Department shall be made as follows:
1. For July and August, not later than September 5.
2. For September, October, November and December, monthly, not later than the fifth of the succeeding month.
3. For January, February and March, quarterly, not later than April 5.
4. For April, May and June, quarterly, not later than July 5.