106 STAT. 5098 PUBLIC LAW 102-587—NOV. 4, 1992 derived from activities regulated by such an agency is diverted for any purpose other than the management and conservation of fish and wildlife. Such revenue shall include, but not be limited to, all incomefromthe sale of hunting, fishing and trapping licenses; all income from nongame checkoff systems; all income from the sale of waterfowl, habitat conservation, and other stamps that are requisite for engaging in certain activities regulated by the designated State agency; all income from the sale of any commodities and products by the designated State agency from lands and waters administered by the State for fish and wildlife purposes; and all funds apportioned to the designated State agency under the Federal Aid in Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration Programs. (g) ESTABLISHMENT OF FUND.— (1) The Secretary shall establish the Fund, which shall consist of amounts deposited into the Fund by the Secretary under paragraph (2) of this subsection. (2) The Secretary shall deposit into the Fund— (A) amounts appropriated to the Secretary for deposit to the Fund, of which not more than 4 percent shall be available to the Secretary and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation to defray the costs of administering this Act and evaluating wildlife conservation and appreciation projects; and (B) amounts received as donations from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation or other private entities or persons for deposit to the Fund. (3) The Secretary may accept and use donations from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation and other private entities or persons for purposes of assisting States under this section. (4) Of the total amount provided from the Fund to assist a State in carrying out a wildlife conservation and appreciation project under subsection (a) of this section, at least 50 percent shall have been donated to the Fund by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation. (h) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.— There are authorized to be appropriated to the Fund and to the Secretary for each of fiscal years 1992 through 1995 not to exceed $6,250,000 to match the amount of contributions made to the Fund by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation. North Pacific Anadromous Stocks Convention Act of 1992. 16 USC 5001 note. 16 USC 5001. 16 USC 5002. TITLE Vin—NORTH PACIFIC ANADROMOUS STOCKS CONVENTION SEC. 8001. SHORT TITLE. This title may be cited as the "North Pacific Anadromous Stocks Convention Act of 1992". SEC. 8002. PURPOSE. It is the purpose of this title to implement the Convention for the Conservation of Anadromous Stocks in the North Pacific Ocean, signed in Moscow, February 11, 1992. SEC. 8003. DEFINTnONS. As used in this title, the term— (1) "Anadromous stocks" means stocks of species listed in the Annex to the Convention that migrate into the Convention area.