Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 102 Part 4.djvu/245
PUBLIC LAW 100-627—NOV. 7, 1988
102 STAT. 3215
"(2) AMOUNT.—The amount of a fee under this subsection shall be equal to the sum of— "(A) costs incurred, or expected to be incurred, by the Secretary in issuing the permit; "(B) costs incurred, or expected to be incurred, by the Secretary as a direct result of the conduct of the activity for which the permit is issued, including costs of monitoring the conduct of the activity; and "(Q an amount which represents the fair market value of the use of the sanctuary resource and a reasonable return to the United States Government. "(3) USE OF FEES.—Amounts collected by the Secretary in the form of fees under this section may be used by the Secretary— "(A) for issuing and administering permits under this section; and "(B) for expenses of designating and managing national marine sanctuaries. "(d) VIOLATIONS.—Upon violation of a term or condition of a permit issued under this section, the Secretary may— "(1) suspend or revoke the permit without compensation to the permittee and without liabliity to the United States; "(2) assess a civU penalty in accordance with section 307; or "(3) both. "(e) RraoRTS.—^£^h person issued a permit under this section shall submit an annual report to the Secretary not later than December 31 of each year which describes activities conducted under that permit and revenues derived from such activities during the year. "(£) FiSEONG.—Nothing in this section shall be considered to require a person to obtain a permit under this section for the conduct of any fishing activities in a national marine sanctuary.
- «EC. 311. COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS AND DONATIONS.
"(a) Ox>PERATivE AGREEMENTS.—The Secretary may enter into cooperative agreements with any nonprofit organization— "(1) to aid and promote interpretive, historical, scientific, and educational activities; and "(2) for the solicitation of private donations for the support of such activities. "(b) DONATIONS.—The Secretary may accept donations of funds, property, and services for use in designating and administering national marine sanctuaries under this title.".
16 USC 1442.
SEC. 204. DESTRUCTION OR LOSS OF. OR INJURY TO. SANCTUARY RESOURCES. (a) LiABiuTT FOR DESTRUCTION OR LOSS OF, OR INJURY TO. SANCTUARY RESOURCES.—The Act is amended by adding at the end the
following: "SEC 312- DESTRUCnON OR LOSS OF. OR INJURY TO, SANCTUARY 16 USC 1443. RESOURCES. "(a) LIABILITY.—
"(1) IN GENERAL.—Subject to paragraph (3), any person who destroys, causes the loss of, or injures any sanctuary resource is , liable to the United States for response costs and damages resulting from such destruction, loss, or ii\jury.