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106 STAT. 268 PUBLIC LAW 102-307—JUNE 26, 1992 Federal R^^ister, publication. Federal Roister, publication. Reports. Establishment. 2 USC 179b. (C) The Librarian shall establish procedures under which the general public may make recommendations to the Board r^arding the inclusion of films in the National Film Registry. (D) The Librarian shall establish procedures for the examination by the Librarian of prints of films named for inclusion in the National Film Registry to determine their eligibility for the use of the seal of the National Film Registry under paragraph (3). (E) The Librarian shall determine which films satisfy the criteria established under subparagraph (B) and qualify for inclusion in the National Film Registry, except that the Librarian shall not select more than 25 films each year for inclusion in the Registry. (2) The Librarian shall publish in the Federal Raster the name of each film that is selected for inclusion in the National Film Registry. (3) The Librarian shall provide a seal to indicate that a film has been included in the National Film R^stry and is the Registry version of that film. (4) The Librarian shall publish in the Federal Register the criteria used to determine the Registry version of a film. (5) The Librarian shall submit to the Congress a report, not less than once every two years, listing films included in the National Film Registry and describing the activities of the Board. (c) SEAL.—The seal provided under subsection (b)(3) may be used on any copy of the Registry version of a film. Such seal may be used only after the Librarian has examined and approved the print from which the copy was made. In the case of copyrighted works, only the copyright owner or an authorized licensee of the copyright may place or authorize the placement of the seal on a copy of a film selected for inclusion in the National Film Registry, and the Librarian may place the seal on any print or copy of the film that is maintained in the National Film Registry Collection of the Library of Congress. The person authorized to place the seal on a copy of a film selected for inclusion in the National Film Registry may accompany such seal with the following language: 'This film is included in the National Film Registry, which is maintained by the Library of Confess, and was preserved under the National Film Preservation Act of 1992.". (d) DEVELOPMENT OF STANDARDS. — The Librarian shall develop standards or guidelines by which to assess the preservation or restoration of films that will qualify films for use of the seal under this section. SEC. a04. NATIONAL FILM PRESERVATION BOARD. (a) NUMBER AND APPOINTMENT. —(1) The Librarian shall establish in the Library of Congress a National Film Preservation Board to be comprised of up to 18 members, who shall be selected by the Librarian in accordance with the provisions of this section. Subject to subparc^aphs (C) and (O), the Librarian shall request each organization listed in subparagraphs (A) throu|;h (P) to submit to the Librarian a list of not less than 3 candidates qualified to serve as a member of the Board. Except for the membersat-large appointed under paragraph (2), the Librarian shall appoint 1 member from each such list submitted by such organizations, and shall designate from that list an alternate who may attend