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§ 167i. —  Suspension of prohibitions against use of Library buildings and grounds.

[Laws in effect as of January 24, 2002]
[Document not affected by Public Laws enacted between
  January 24, 2002 and December 19, 2002]
[CITE: 2USC167i]

                          TITLE 2--THE CONGRESS
                     CHAPTER 5--LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
Sec. 167i. Suspension of prohibitions against use of Library 
        buildings and grounds
    In order to permit the observance of authorized ceremonies within 
the Library of Congress buildings and grounds, the Librarian of Congress 
may suspend for such occasions so much of the prohibitions contained in 
sections 167a to 167e of this title as may be necessary for the 
occasion, but only if responsible officers shall have been appointed, 
and arrangements determined which are adequate, in the judgment of the 
Librarian, for the maintenance of suitable order and decorum in the 
proceedings, and for the protection of the Library buildings and grounds 
and of persons and property therein.

(Aug. 4, 1950, ch. 561, Sec. 10, 64 Stat. 412.)

                  Section Referred to in Other Sections

    This section is referred to in section 167j of this title.

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