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104 STAT. 1020 PUBLIC LAW 101-442—OCT. 18, 1990 (2) No property shall be conveyed unless the application referred to in paragraph (1) is accompanied by a payment in an amount equal to— (A) the fair market value of the land to be conveyed; and (B) the administrative costs of such transfer incurred by the Secretary, including the costs of surveys, appraisals, and filing and recording fees. (c) EXCESS PROPERTY.— Any lands not conveyed pursuant to subsection (b) shall be reported to the Administrator of General Services as excess to the needs of the Department of the Interior and shall be subject to transfer or disposition in accordance with the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949, as amended. 16 USC 430h-8. SEC. 103. PARK INTERPRETATION. In administering Vicksburg National Military Park, the Secretary shall interpret the campaign and seige of Vicksburg from April 1862 to July 4, 1863, and the history of Vicksburg under Union occupation during the Civil War and Reconstruction. 16 USC 430h-9. SEC. 104. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS. There are hereby authorized to be appropriated such sums as may be necessary to carry out the purposes of this title. Minnesota Public Lands Improvement Act of 1990. Claims. Natural resources. Recreation and recreation areas. Wildlife. Plants. TITLE II—MINNESOTA PUBLIC LANDS SEC. 201. SHORT TITLE. This title may be cited as the "Minnesota Public Lands Improvement Act of 1990". SEC. 202. FINDINGS AND PURPOSES. (a) FINDINGS. —Congress hereby finds and declares that— (1) within the State of Minnesota there are a number of small scattered islands and upland tracts that are in Federal ownership and under the jurisdiction of the Bureau of Land Management; (2) the public interest would be best served if these Federal islands and upland tracts continue to be managed for public recreation; preservation of open space; and for the protection of their fish, wildlife, and plants and their scientific, historic, cultural, geologic, and other resources and values; (3) many such islands and upland tracts are not suitable for inclusion in the National Park System, National Forest System, National Wildlife Refuge System, or other Federal conservation system or for efficient management by the Bureau of Land Management; (4) the State of Minnesota is prepared and willing to undertake to manage such islands and upland tracts for such purposes and subject to appropriate conditions, but existing mechanisms for enabling the State to undertake such management are cumbersome and inefficient as applied to such small, scattered islands and tracts; (5) elsewhere in Minnesota there are unpatented lands which for many years have been in the possession of parties other than the United States but the title to which is clouded because of