104 STAT. 2988 PUBLIC LAW 101-595—NOV. 16, 1990 National defense. Louisiana. Alaska. 46 USC 8103 note. 33 USC 59aa. restrictions, conditions, and limitations are enforceable by the United States. (b) LIMITATION. —Notwithstanding subsection (a), the United States shall have the right of access to, and use of, the property described in subsection (c) for national defense purposes in time of war or national emergency. (c) PROPERTY DESCRIBED. —The property referred to in subsections (a) and (b) consist of the following parcels of lands and improvements thereto located in Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana: (1) A parcel commonly known as the Calcasieu Women's Shelter, consisting of 3 contiguous tracts described as follows: Tract A—Commencing at a point N 45°28'31" E 198.3 feet from point A; thence S 44°29'9 E 169.3 feet; thence S 45°28'31" W 75 feet; thence N 44°29'9- W 169.3 feet; thence N 45°28'31" E 75 feet to the point of commencement. Tract B—Commencing at a point N 45°28'31" E 198.3 feet from point A; thence S 44°29'9 E 220 feet; thence N 45°28'31 E 50 feet; thence N 44°29'9" W 220 feet; thence S 45°28'31 E 50 feet to the point of commencement. Tract C—Commencing at a point N 45°28'31" E 248.3 feet from point A; thence 8 4429'9' E 220 feet; thence N 45°28'31" E 50 feet; thence N 4429'9" W 220 feet; thence S 45°28'31" E 50 feet to the point of commencement. (2) A parcel, consisting of a tract of land containing 33.351 acres, more or less, in section 11, township 10 south, range 8 west, and described as follows: Commencing at a point N 0°22'09" W 88.18 feet from the northeast corner of the southeast quarter of section 10, T 10 S—R 8 W; said point being point D of plat of survey entitled "Boundary Agreement of CAFB" dated August 7, 1973, and recorded in plat book 23, page 20 records of Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana: thence N 0°22'09" W 183.6 feet; thence S 79°45'09" E 226.33 feet to the point of commencement: thence S 79°45'09 E 1843.02; thence N 11°36'26" E 965.89 feet, thence N 80°30'11 W 1196.35 feet, thence S 45°25'51" W 1162.28 feet to the point of commencement. (d) MINERAL RESOURCES.— Nothing in this section shall affect the disposition or ownership of oil, gas, or other mineral resources associated with property described in subsection (c). SEC. 316. COLD WATER SURVIVAL TRAINING CENTER. In addition to any sums authorized to be appropriated for the Coast Guard for fiscal year 1992, $6,000,000 is authorized to be appropriated for fiscal year 1992 and transferred to the University of Alaska to establish a Cold War Survival Training Center in Kenai, Alaska. SEC. 317. FISHING VESSELS IN CALIFORNIA. (a) DEFINITION. —For purposes of the application of sections 8103(a), 12102, 12110, and 12111 of title 46, United States Code, to a fishing vessel operating in waters subject to the jurisdiction of the United States off the coast of the State of California, the term "citizen of the United States" includes an alien lawfully admitted to the United States for permanent residence. (b) TERMINATION.—Th is section shall terminate on October 1, 2000. SEC. 318. NONNAVIGABILITY OF WISCONSIN RIVER. The portion of the Wisconsin River above the hydroelectric dam at Prairie du Sac, Wisconsin, is hereby declared to be a nonnavigable waterway of the United States for purposes of title 46, United States Code, including but not limited to the provisions of such title relating to vessel inspection and vessel licensure, and the other maritime laws of the United States.
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