(a) In addition to the fees prescribed pursuant to law or rules and regulations of
the secretary, the secretary shall, and the county clerk and any agent appointed pursuant
to K.S.A. 32-985, and amendments thereto, may, charge and retain a service charge fee not to exceed
$1.00 for each license, permit, stamp or other issue of the department issued or sold
by such secretary, county clerk or agent, except:
(1) When such service charge fee is otherwise established by law, the amount charged
shall be the amount otherwise established;
(2) for licenses, permits, stamps or other issues sold by an approved telephone agent
or over the internet by an approved internet agent, for which the agent may charge
and receive a service fee charge negotiated by the secretary and the agent, in addition
to the actual cost remitted to the department of the licenses, permits, stamps or
other issues sold during a telephone or internet transaction other than the service
charge per issue and the negotiated service charge fee;
(3) in the case of a migratory waterfowl habitat stamp, the service charge fee shall
not exceed $.50; and
(4) the secretary shall not charge service charge fees for issues of the department
issued or sold to a person appointed by the secretary pursuant to K.S.A. 32-985, and amendments thereto, to sell such issues.
(b) Any moneys collected by the secretary for fees imposed pursuant to this section
shall be disposed of as provided by K.S.A. 32-990, 32-991 and 32-993, and amendments thereto. Any such moneys collected by the county clerk shall be deposited in the county general
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