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[82 STAT. 1291]
[82 STAT. 1291]
PUBLIC LAW 90-000—MMMM. DD, 1968

82 STAT. ]

PUBLIC LAW 90-620-OCT. 22, 1968


form in writing the head of the agency concerned of the violation and make recommendations for its correction. Unless corrective measures satisfactory to the Administrator are inaugurated within a reasonable time, the Administrator shall submit a written report of the Report to pre simatter to the President and the Congress. "* ""'^ congress. § 2112. Legal status of reproductions; official seal; fees for copies and reproductions (a) When records that are required by statute to be retained indefinitely have been reproduced by photographic, microphotographic, or other processes, in accordance with standards established by the Administrator of General Services the indefinite retention by the photographic, microphotographic, or other reproductions constitutes compliance with the statutory requirement for the indefinite retention of the original records. The reproductions, as well as reproductions made under regulations to carry out chapter 21, 29, and 31 of this title, shall have the same legal statuts as the originals. (b) There shall be an official seal for the National Archives of the United States which shall be judicially noticed. When a copy or reproduction, furnished under this section, is authenticated by the official seal and certified by the Administrator, the copy or reproduction shall be admitted in evidence equally with the original from which it was made. (c) The Administrator may charge a fee not in excess of 10 percent ^^^ limitation. above the costs or expenses for making or authenticating copies or reproductions of materials transferred to his custody. Fees shall be paid into, administered, and expended as a part of the National Archives Trust Fund. H e may not charge for making or authenticating copies Restriction. or reproductions of materials for official use by the United States Government. Eeimbursement may be accepted to cover the cost of fur- Reimbursement nishing copies or reproductions that could not otherwise be furnished. ° "^'^^ § 2113. Limitation on liability When letters and other intellectual productions, exclusive of material copyrighted or patented, come into the custody or possession of the Administrator of General Services, the United States or its agents are not liable for infringement of literary property rights or analogous rights arising out of use of the materials for display, inspection, research, reproduction, or other purposes. § 2114. Records of Congress The Secretary of the Senate and the Clerk of the House of Repre- Transmittal to sentatives, acting jointly, shall obtain at the close of each Congress all the noncurrent records of the Congress and of each congressional committee and transfer them to the General Services Administration for preservation, subject to the orders of the Senate or the House of Representatives, respectively.


2301. 2302. 2303. 2304. 2305. 2306. 2307. 2308.

Establishment of Board; membership, Authority of Board; seal; employees; bylaws, rules, regulations. Powers and obligations of Board; liability of members. Compensation of members; availability of trust funds for expenses of Board. Acceptance of gifts. Investment of funds. Trust fund account; disbursements; sales of publications and releases. Tax exemption for gifts.