Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 106 Part 1.djvu/169

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PUBLIC LAW 102-281—MAY 13, 1992 106 STAT. 137 SEC. 208. DISTRIBUTION OF SURCHARGES. (a) IN GENERAL. —All surcharges which are received by the Secretary from the sale of coins issued under this title shall be promptly paid by the Secretary to the Organizing Committee. (b) USE OF PROCEEDS,—Amounts received under subsection (a) shall be used by the Organizing Committee for purposes of organizing and staging the 1994 World Cup, with 10 percent of such funds to be made available through the United States Soccer Federation Foundation, Inc., for distribution to institutions for scholastic scholarships to quaUfied students. SEC. 209. AUDITS. The Comptroller General shall have the right to examine such books, records, documents and other data of the Organizing Committee as may be related to the expenditure of amounts pedd under section 208. SEC. 210. COINAGE PROFIT FUND. Notwithstanding any other provision of law— (1) all amounts received from the sale of coins issued under this title shall be deposited in the coinage profit fund; (2) the Secretary shall pay the amounts authorized under this title from the coinage profit fund to the Organizing Committee; and ' (3) the Secretary shall charge the coinage profit fund with all expenditures under this title. SEC. 211. FINANCIAL ASSURANCES. (a) No NET COST.—The Secretary shall take such actions as may be necessary to ensure that the minting and issuance of the coins referred to in section 202 shall not result in any net cost to the Federal Government. (b) PAYMENT ASSURANCES. —No coin shall be issued under this title unless the Secretary has received— (1) full payment for such coin; (2) security satisfactory to the Secretary to indemnify the United States for full payment; or (3) a guarantee of full payment satisfactory to the Secretary from a depository institution whose deposits are insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation or the National Credit Union Administration. TITLE III—SILVER MEDALS FOR VET- fr&^^^iT ERANS OF THE PERSIAN GULF CON- FLICT SEC. 301. PURPOSE. It is the purpose of this title to commemorate the sacrifices made and service rendered to the United States by members of the United States Armed Forces who serve in a combat zone in connection with the Persian Gulf conflict. SEC. 302. SILVER CONGRESSIONAL COMMEMORATIVE MEDAL. (a) IN GENERAL.— The Secretary of the Treasury shall design and strike a silver medal with suitable emblems, devices, and inscriptions to be determined by the Secretary in commemoration note.