The Secretary in the administration of the Service may accept—
(1) patented land, rights-of-way over patented land or other land, buildings, or other property within a System unit; and
(2) money that may be donated for the purposes of the System.
|Source (U.S. Code)||Source (Statutes at Large)|
|101101||16 U.S.C. 6.||June 5, 1920, ch. 235, §1 (2d undesignated par. under heading "
"(A) the National Park Service; or
"(B) the National Park System.
"(A) recognition of the donor or any product or service of the donor as an official sponsor, or any similar form of recognition, of the National Park Service or the National Park System;
"(B) a National Park Service endorsement of the donor or any product or service of the donor; or
"(C) naming rights to any unit of the National Park System or a National Park System facility, including a visitor center.
"(i) in a manner that is approved by the Secretary; and
"(ii) for a period of time, as determined by the Secretary, that is commensurate with the amount of the contribution and the life of the structure.
"(i) an advertising slogan; or
"(ii) a statement or credit promoting or opposing a political candidate or issue.
"(i) shall be freestanding; and
"(ii) shall not obstruct a natural or historical site or view.
"(1) requires the Secretary to accept a donation; or
"(2) modifies section 145 of Public Law 108–108 ([former] 16 U.S.C. 1a–1 note [see 54 U.S.C. 100101 note]; 117 Stat. 1280)."
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