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106 STAT. 916 PUBLIC LAW 102-343—AUG. 17, 1992 36 USC 149 SEC. 3. ESTABLISHMENT. .

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There is established a commission to be known as the Thomas Jefferson Commemoration Commission (in this Act referred to as the "Commission"). 36 USC 149 SEC. 4. DUTIES. ""*'• The Commission Shall- (1) plan and develop programs and activities appropriate to commemorate the 250th anniversary of the birth of Thomas Jefferson, including a limited number of projects to be undertaken by the Federal Government that harmonize and balance the important goals of ceremony and celebration with the equally important goals of scholarship and education; (2) generally coordinate activities throughout the several States; (3) honor historical locations associated with the life of Thomas Jefferson; (4) recognize individuals and organizations that have significantly contributed to the preservation of Jefferson's ideals, writings, architectural designs, and other professional accompKshments, by the award and presentation of medals and certificates; (5) encourage civic, patriotic, and historical organizations, and State and local governments, to organize and participate in anniversary activities commemorating the birth of Thomas Jefferson; and (6) develop and coordinate any other activities relating to the anniversary of the birth of Thomas Jefferson as may be appropriate. 36 USC 149 SEC. 5. MEMBERSHIP. "°*®' (a) NUMBER AND APPOINTMENT. — (1) IN GENERAL.— The Commission shall be composed of 21 members, including— (A) the Chief Justice of the United States or such individual's delegate; (B) the Librarian of Congress or such individual's delegate; (C) the Archivist of the United States or such individual's delegate; (D) the President pro tempore of the Senate or such individual's delegate; (E) the Speaker of the House of Representatives or such individual's delegate; (F) the Secretary of the Interior or such individual's delegate; (Gr) the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution or such individual's delegate; (H) the Secretary of Education or such individual's delegate; (I) the Chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities or such individual's delegate; (J) the Executive Director of the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation or such individual's delegate; and (K) 11 citizens of the United States who are not officers or employees of any government, except to the extent they