37-404. Permits; qualifications; limitations.

(1) Any resident of the United States who has resided in this state continuously for a period of thirty days before applying for a permit under the Game Law and who has a bona fide intention of becoming a legal resident of this state, supported by documentary proof, shall be deemed to be a resident and may be issued a resident permit under the Game Law.

(2) No hunting permit shall be issued to any person who is known to have a significant physical or mental disability and who is unable to safely carry or use a firearm because of such disability except as provided in section 37-404.01.

(3) The commission may limit the number of days for which a permit is issued and the number of fish or game birds taken on one permit. The commission may provide for a method of tagging and identification of fish and game birds taken under a nonresident permit.

Source:Laws 1998, LB 922, § 114; Laws 1999, LB 176, § 17; Laws 2003, LB 305, § 4; Laws 2014, LB699, § 3.