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106 STAT. 1628 PUBLIC LAW 102-390 —OCT. 6, 1992 buildings of the San Francisco Mint, the Old San Francisco Mint, and the West Point Mint, capitalized at current book value as carried in the Mint combined statement of financial condition. (2) EXCESS AMOUNTS TO BE DEPOSITED IN THE GENERAL FUND.— That portion of the total amount of numismatic profits for fiscal year 1992 which remains after the transfer to the Fund pursuant to paragraph (I)(A) is made shall be deposited by the Secretary in the general fund of the Treasury as soon as practicable £m;er the end of the fiscal year. (3) DEFINITIONS. —For purposes ofparagraphs (1) and (2)— (A) NUMISMATIC PROFIT. — The term "numismatic profit" means the amount which is equal to the proceeds (including seigniorage) from the sale of numismatic items minus the costs of numismatic operations and programs. (B) NUMISMATIC RECEIVABLE. — The term "numismatic receivable" means any account receivable from numismatic operations and programs, including chargebacks, returned checks, amoiuits due from specisd order sales, and amounts duefiromconsignment sales. (C) OTHER TERMS. — The terms "Fund" and "numismatic item" have the meaning given to such terms in the amendment made by subsection (a). (c) TECHNICAL AND CONFORMING AMENDMENTS. — (1) Section 5132(a)(l) of title 31, United States Code, is amended— (A) by striking the 2d sentence and inserting the following new sentence: "Expenditures made from appropriated funds which are subsequently determined to be properly chargeable to the Numismatic Public Enterprise Fund established by section 5134 shall be reimbursed by such Fund to the appropriation."; and (B) by striking the last sentence and inserting the following new sentence: "Except with respect to amounts deposited in the Niunismatic Public Enterprise Fund in accordance with section 5134, the Secretai^ may not use amounts the Secretary receives fix)m profits on minting coins orfi*omcharges on gold or silver bullion under section 5122 to pay officers and employees.". (2) Effective October 1, 1992, the following provisions of 31 USC 5112 (A) l&tion 2(f) of the Gold Bullion Coin Act of 1985. "°*« (B) Section 8 of the Dwight David Eisenhower 31 USC 5112 Commemorative Coin Act of 1988. "°*®- (C) Section 10 of the Mount Rushmore Commemorative 31 USC 5112 Coin Act. "°*® (D) Section 12 of the United Service Organization's 31 USC 5112 50th Anniversary Commemorative Coin Act. "°*® (E) Section 10 of the 1992 Olympic Conmiemorative 31 USC 5112 Coin Act. "°** (F) Section 10 of the Korean War Veterans Memorial 31 USC 5112 Thirty-Eighth Anniversary Commemorative Coin Act. "°*® (G) Section 110 of the 1992 White House Commemora- 31 USC 5112 tive Coin Act. "°*® (H) Section 210 of the World Cup USA 1994 Commemo- 31 USC 5112 rative Coin Act. 31 ^se 5112 ^^^ Section 410 of the Frank Annunzio Act. note.