Whenever any license, certificate or permit, for which a fee has been set, has been lost, destroyed or stolen, the director or the county recorder where the license was issued in the first instance, may issue a certificate to replace said license, if written evidence is filed with either director or recorder, in affidavit form, by the person to whom the original was issued, setting forth the circumstances and accompanied by a fee of one dollar, said fee to be kept by the county recorder for the use of the county, if issued by the county recorder, and placed in the fish and game protection fund if issued by the director. If, on examination of the evidence, the director or the recorder, as the case may be, is satisfied that said license has been lost, destroyed or stolen, the director or recorder shall issue a duplicate license which shall be plainly marked "duplicate" and said duplicate shall serve in lieu of the original license and it shall contain the same information and signature as the original.
[C39, § 1794.088; C46, 50, 54, 58, 62, 66, 71, 73, 75, 77, § 110.7; C79, 81, § 110.14]
C93, § 483A.14
Referred to in § 331.602
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