149 or the Federal Maritime Board by 1950 Reorganization Plan No. 21, effective May 24, 1950 (64 Stat. 1273), as the case may be. Proceedings under this subsection shall be in accordance with the laws of the State in which the suit is brought. (b) The kinds of property that may be acquired by condemnation under subsection (a) are— (1) standing or fallen timber; (2) sawmills; (3) camps; (4) machinery; (5) logging roads; (6) rights-of-way; (7) supplies; and (8) works, property, or appliances suitable for the production of lumber and timber products. (c). Jurisdiction over condemnation proceedings under this section is vested in the United States District Court for the district in which the property, or any part of it, sought to be condemned is located, regardless of its value. (d) I n time of war or when war is imminent, the United States may, immediately upon the filing of a petition for condemnation under subsection (a), take and use the property to the extent of the interest sought to be acquired. (e) A person named in subsection (a) may contract for or buy any interest in property needed for any purpose named in subsection (a), as soon as the owner fixes a price for it and that person considers that price to be reasonable. (f) A person named in subsection (a) may accept for the United States a gift of any property named in subsection (b) for any purpose named in subsection (a). § 2665. Sale of certain interests in land; logs (a) The President, through an executive department or the Federal Maritime Board, may sell to any person or foreign government any interest in land that is acquired under section 2664 of this title for the production of lumber or timber products, except land under the control of the Department of the Army or the Department of the Air Force. (b) The President, through an executive department or the Federal Maritime Board, may sell to any person or foreign government any logs wholly or partly manufactured by, or otherwise procured for, the Army, Navy, Air Force, or Federal Maritime Board. (c) Sales under subsection (a) or (b) shall be at prices determined by the President acting through the selling agency. (d) Proceeds of sales under subsection (a) or (b) shall be credited to the appropriations under which the property was procured. § 2666. Acquisition: land purchase contracts; limitation on commission The maximmn amount payable as commission on a contract for the purchase of land from funds appropriated for the Department of Defense is 2 percent of the purchase price.