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Title 22Chapter ISubchapter APart 3


TITLE 22—Foreign Relations

CHAPTER I—DEPARTMENT OF STATE

SUBCHAPTER A—GENERAL

PART 3—GIFTS AND DECORATIONS FROM FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS

rule
§3.1
Purpose.
§3.2
Authority.
§3.3
Definitions.
§3.4
Restriction on acceptance of gifts and decorations.
§3.5
Designation of officials and offices responsible for administration of foreign gifts and decorations.
§3.6
Procedure to be followed by employees in depositing gifts of more than minimal value and reporting acceptance of travel or travel expenses.
§3.7
Decorations.
§3.8
Approval of retention of gifts or decorations with employing agency for official use.
§3.9
Disposal of gifts and decorations which become the property of the United States.
§3.10
Enforcement.
§3.11
Responsibility of chief of mission to inform host government of restrictions on employees' receipt of gifts and decorations.
§3.12
Exemption of grants and other foreign government assistance in cultural exchange programs from coverage of foreign gifts and decorations legislation.

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