Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 116 Part 2.djvu/296

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116 STAT. 1078 PUBLIC LAW 107-217—AUG. 21, 2002 (1) appropriations from the Treasury for Consumer Information Center activities; (2) user fees from the public; (3) reimbursements from other federal agencies for costs of distributing publications; and (4) any other income incident to Center activities. (c) EXPENDITURES. —Money deposited into the Fund is available for expenditure for Center activities in amounts specified in appropriation laws. The Fund shall assume all liabilities, obligations, and commitments of the Center account. (d) UNOBLIGATED BALANCES.— Any unobligated balances at the end of a fiscal year remain in the Fund and are available for authorization in appropriation laws for subsequent fiscal years. (e) GIFT ACCOUNT. —The Center may accept and deposit to this account gifts for purposes of defraying the costs of printing, publishing, and distributing consumer information and educational materials and undertaking other consumer information activities. In addition to amounts appropriated or otherwise made available, the Center may expend the gifts for these purposes and any balance remains available for expenditure. CHAPTER 5—PROPERTY MANAGEMENT SUBCHAPTER I—PROCUREMENT AND WAREHOUSING Sec. 501. Services for executive agencies. 502. Services for other entities. 503. Exchange or sale of similar items. 504. Agency cooperation for inspection. 505. Exchange or transfer of medical supplies. 506. Inventory controls and systems. SUBCHAPTER II—USE OF PROPERTY 521. Policies and methods. 522. Reimbursement for transfer of excess property. 523. Excess real property located on Indian reservations. 524. Duties of executive agencies. 525. Excess personal property for federal agency grantees. 526. Temporary assignment of excess real property. 527. Abandonment, destruction, or donation of property. 528. Utilization of excess furniture. 529. Annual executive agency reports on excess personal property. SUBCHAPTER III—DISPOSING OF PROPERTY 541. Supervision and direction. 542. Care and handling. 543. Method of disposition. 544. Validity of transfer instruments. 545. Procedure for disposal. 546. Contractor inventories. 547. Agricultural commodities, foods, and cotton or woolen goods. 548. Surplus vessels. 549. Donation of personal property through state agencies. 550. Disposal of real property for certain purposes. 551. Donations to American Red Cross. 552. Abandoned or unclaimed property on Government premises. 553. Property for correctional facility, law enforcement, and emergency management response purposes. 554. Property for development or operation of a port facility. 555. Donation of law enforcement canines to handlers. 556. Disposal of dredge vessels. 557. Donation of books to Free Public Library. 558. Donation of forfeited vessels. 559. Advice of Attorney General with respect to antitrust law. SUBCHAPTER IV—PROCEEDS FROM SALE OR TRANSFER 571. General rules for deposit and use of proceeds.