Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 107 Part 2.djvu/38

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107 STAT. 990 PUBLIC LAW 103-91—OCT. 1, 1993 SEC. 4. LAND CONSOLIDATION—PORCUPINE AREA. (a) ACQUISITION OF PORCUPINE PROPERTY.—The Secretary is authorized and directed to acquire, by purchase or exchange, lands and interests in lands listed as "Exhibit A, Porcupine Area", in the Option, in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Option for the fair market value of such lands and interests, determined at the time of acquisition, in accordance with the appraisal standards specified in the Option. (b) REPORTS TO CONGRESS.— The Secretary shall report annually to the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the Senate and the Committee on Natural Resources of the House of Representatives, on the status of the acquisition authorized by this section. SEC. 5. LAND CONSOLIDATION—TAYLOR FORK AREA. (a) ACQUISITION OF TAYLOR FORK PROPERTY.—The Secretary is authorized and directed to acquire, by piu^hase or exchange, lands and interests in lands as listed as "Exhibit A, Taylor Fork Area", in the Option, in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Option for the fair market value of such lands and interests, determined at the time of acquisition, in accordance with the appraisal standards specified in the Option. (b) REPORTS TO CONGRESS.— The Secretary shall report annually to the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the Senate and the Committee on Natiu'al Resources of the House of Representatives, on the status of the pending acquisition authorized by this section. SEC. 6. LAND CONSOLIDATION—GALLATIN ROADED AREA. (a) ACQUISITION OF GALLATIN ROADED PROPERTY.—The Secretary is authorized and directed to acquire, by purchase or exchange, lands and interests in lands as Usted as "Exhibit A, Gallatin Roaded", in the Option, in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Option not otherwise acquired, purchased, or exchanged under section 3, 4, or 5. (b) REPORTS TO CONGRESS.— The Secretary shall report annually to the Committee on Energy and Natiu>al Resources of the Senate and the Committee on Natural Resources of the House of Representatives, on the status of the acquisition authorized by this section. Montana. SEC. 7. SEVERED MINERAL EXCHANGE. (a) FINDINGS. — Congressfindsthat— (1) underlying certain areas in Montana described in subsection (b) are mineral rights owned by subsidiaries of Burlington Resources, Incorporated and its successors and assigns (referred to in this Act as "Burlington"); (2) there are federally owned minerals underlying lands of Burlington lying outside those areas; (3) Burlington has agreed in principle with the Secretary to an exchange of mineral rights to consolidate surface and subsurface ownerships and to avoid potential conflicts with the surface management of the areas; and (4) it is desirable that an exchange of lands be completed not later than two years after the date of enactment of this Act. (b) MINERAL INTERESTS. —