Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 116 Part 2.djvu/402

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116 STAT. 1184 PUBLIC LAW 107-217—AUG. 21, 2002 public property is damaged in an amount exceeding $100, the period of imprisonment for the offense may be not more than five yesirs. CHAPTER 63—SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION, NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART, AND JOHN F. KENNEDY CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS Sec 6301. Definition. 6302. Public use of grounds. 6303. Unlawful activities. 6304. Additional regulations. 6305. Suspension of regulations. 6306. Policing of buildings and grounds. 6307. Penalties. §6301. Definition In this chapter, the term "specified buildings and grounds" means— (1) SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION.—The Smithsonian Institution and its grounds, which include the following: (A) SMITHSONIAN BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS ON THE NATIONAL MALL.— The Smithsonian Building, the Arts and Industries Building, the Freer Gallery of Art, the National Air and Space Museum, the National Museum of Natural History, the National Museum of American History, the National Museum of the American Indian, the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, the National Museum of African Art, the S. Dillon Ripley Center, and all other buildings of the Smithsonian Institution within the Mall, including the entrance walks, unloading areas, and other pertinent service roads and parking areas. (B) NATIONAL ZOOLOGICAL PARK. — The National Zoological Park comprising all the buildings, streets, service roads, walks, and other sireas within the boundary fence of the National Zoological Park in the District of Columbia and including the public space between that fence and the face of the curb lines of the adjacent city streets. (C) OTHER SMITHSONIAN BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS.—A ll other buildings, service roads, walks, and other areas within the exterior boundaries of any real estate or land or interest in land (including temporary use) that the Smithsonian Institution acquires 8ind that the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution determines to be necessary for the adequate protection of individuals or property in the Smithsonian Institution and suitable for administration as a part of the Smithsonian Institution. (2) NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART.—The National Gallery of Art and its grounds, which extend— (A) to the line of the face of the south curb of Constitution Avenue Northwest, between Seventh Street Northwest, and Fourth Street Northwest, to the line of the face of the west curb of Fourth Street Northwest, between Constitution Avenue Northwest, and Madison Drive Northwest; to the line of the face of the north curb of Madison Drive Northwest, between Fourth Street Northwest, and Seventh Street Northwest; and to the line of the face of the east