Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 108 Part 2.djvu/639

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PUBLIC LAW 103-272—JULY 5, 1994 108 STAT. 1355 (2) shall prescribe regulations to carry out this chapter. (b) IN GUAM.— The Governor of Guam— (1) or officers of the government of Guam designated by the Governor shall carry out this chapter in Guam; (2) may carry out laws referred to in section 80306(b) of this title with modifications the Governor decides are necessary to meet conditions in Guam; and (3) may prescribe regulations to carry out this chapter in Guam. (c) IN NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS. — The Governor of the Northern Mariana Islands— (1) or officers of the government of the Northern Mariana Islands designated by the Governor shall carry out this chapter in the Northern Mariana Islands; (2) may carry out laws referred to in section 80306Cb) of this title with modifications the Governor decides are necessary to meet conditions in the Northern Mariana Islands; and (3) may prescribe regulations to carry out this chapter in the Northern Mariana Islands. (d) CUSTOMS LAWS ON SEIZURE AND FORFEITURE.— The Secretary, or the Governor of Guam or of the Northern Mariana Islands as provided in subsections (b) and (c) of this section, shall carry out the customs laws on the seizure and forfeiture of aircraft, vehicles, and vessels under this chapter. § 86^5. Availability of certain appropriations Appropriations for enfercing customs, narcotics, countei^itiag, er internal revenue laws are available to carry out this chapter. § 893^. Relaticmship to otker laws (a) CHAPTER AS ADDITIONAL LAW.— This chapter is in addition to another law— (1) imposing, or authorizing the compromise of, fines, penalties, or forfeitures; or (2) providing for seizure, condemnation, or disposition of forfeited property, or the proceeds from the property. (b) LAWS APPLICABLE TO SEIZURES AND FORFEITURES. —To the extent applicable and consistent with this chapter, the following apply to a seizure or forfeiture under this chapter: (1) provisions of law related te the seizure, forfeiture, and condemnation of vehicles and vessels violating the customs laws. (2) provisions of law related to the disposition of those vehicles or vessels or the proceeds from the sale of those vehicles or vessels. (3) provisions of law related to the compromise of those forfeitures or claims related to those forfeitures. (4) provisions of law related to the award of compensation to an informer about those forfeitures. CHAPTER 8«5—MISCELLANEOUS R^ulations. Guam. Northern Mariana Islands. Sec. 80501. 80502. 80503. 80504. Damage to transported property. Transportation of animals. Payments for inspection and quarantine services. Medals of honor.