(A) will have minimal impact on resources and values of a System unit; and
(B) are consistent with the purpose for which the System unit was established and with all applicable management plans and Service policies and regulations.
(A) require payment of a reasonable fee for issuance of a commercial use authorization, the fees to remain available without further appropriation to be used, at a minimum, to recover associated management and administrative costs;
(B) require that the provision of services under a commercial use authorization be accomplished in a manner consistent to the highest practicable degree with the preservation and conservation of System unit resources and values;
(C) take appropriate steps to limit the liability of the United States arising from the provision of services under a commercial use authorization;
(D) have no authority under this section to issue more commercial use authorizations than are consistent with the preservation and proper management of System unit resources and values; and
(E) shall establish other conditions for issuance of a commercial use authorization that the Secretary determines to be appropriate for the protection of visitors, provision of adequate and appropriate visitor services, and protection and proper management of System unit resources and values.
(1) commercial operations with annual gross receipts of not more than $25,000 resulting from services originating and provided solely within a System unit pursuant to the commercial use authorization;
(2) the incidental use of resources of the System unit by commercial operations that provide services originating and terminating outside the boundaries of the System unit; or
(3)(A) uses by organized children's camps, outdoor clubs, and nonprofit institutions (including back country use); and
(B) other uses, as the Secretary determines to be appropriate.
|Source (U.S. Code)||Source (Statutes at Large)|
|101925||16 U.S.C. 5966.||Pub. L. 105–391, title IV, §418, Nov. 13, 1998, 112 Stat. 3516.|
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