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114 STAT. 2188 PUBLIC LAW 106-481—NOV. 9, 2000 (A) Any obligated, unexpended balances existing as of the date of the transfer which are attributable to the services described in subsection (a). (B) An amount equal to the difference as of such date between— (i) the total value of the supplies, inventories, equipment, gift fund balances, and other assets attributable to such services; and (ii) the total value of the liabilities attributable to such services. (d) USE OF AMOUNTS IN FUND.—Amounts in the revolving fund under this section shall be available to the Librarian, in amounts specified in appropriations Acts and without fiscal year limitation, to carry out the services described in subsection (a). 2 USC 182b. SEC. 102. REVOLVING FUND FOR GIFT SHOP, DECIMAL CLASSIFICA- TION, PHOTO DUPLICATION, AND RELATED SERVICES. (a) ESTABLISHMENT.— There is hereby established in the Treasury a revolving fund for the following programs and activities of the Librarian: (1) Decimal classification development. (2) The operation of a gift shop or other sales of items associated with collections, exhibits, performances, and special events of the Library of Congress. (3) Document reproduction and microfilming services. (b) INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTING REQUIREMENT. —^A separate account shall be maintained in the revolving fund under this section with respect to the programs and activities described in each of the paragraphs of subsection (a). (c) FEES FOR SERVICES.— The Librarian may charge a fee for services under any of the programs and activities described in subsection (a), and shall deposit any such fees charged into the account of the revolving fund under this section for such program or activity. (d) CONTENTS OF ACCOUNTS IN FUND. — (1) IN GENERAL. —Each account of the revolving fund under this section shall consist of the following amounts: (A) Amounts deposited by the Librarian under subsection (c). (B) Any other amounts received by the Librarian which are attributable to the programs and activities covered by such account. (C) Amounts deposited by the Librarian under paragraph (2). (D) Such other amounts as may be appropriated under law. (2) DEPOSIT OF FUNDS DURING TRANSITION. —The Librarian shall transfer to each account of the revolving fund under this section the following: (A) Any obligated, unexpended balances existing as of the date of the transfer which are attributable to the programs and activities covered by such account. (B) An amount equal to the difference as of such date between— (i) the total value of the supplies, inventories, equipment, gift fund balances, and other assets attributable to such programs and activities; and