Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 107 Part 2.djvu/43

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PUBLIC LAW 103-93 —OCT. 1, 1993 107 STAT. 995 Public Law 103-93 103d Congress An Act To provide for the exchange of certain lands within the State of Utah, and for Oct. 1, 1993 other purposes. [S. 184] Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, Utah Schools and Lands SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE. Improvement Act of 1993. This Act may be cited as the "Utah Schools and Lands Improvement Act of 1993". SEC. 2. UTAH-NAVAJO LAND EXCHANGE. (a) ADDITIONS TO RESERVATION. —For the purpose of securing in trust for the Navajo Nation certain lands belonging to the State of Utah, which comprise approximately thirty-eight thousand five hundred acres of surface and subsurface estate, and approximately an additional nine thousand five hundred acres of subsurface estate, as generally depicted on the map entitled "Utah-Navajo Land Exchange", dated May 18, 1992, such lands are hereby declared to be part of the Navajo Indian Reservation in the State of Utah effective upon the completion of conveyance from the State of Utah and acceptance of title by the United States. (b) AUTHORIZATION.—The Secretary of the Interior is authorized to acquire through exchange those lands and interests in land described in subsection (a) which are owned by the State of Utah, subject to valid existing rights. SEC. 3. STATE LANDS WTTHIN THE GOSHUTE INDIAN RESERVATION. (a) ADDITIONS TO RESERVATION.—For the purpose of securing in trust for the Goshute Indian Tribe certain lands belonging to the State of Utah, which comprise approximately nine hundred eighty acres of surface and subsurface estate, and an additional four hundred and eighty acres of subsurface estate, as generally depicted on the map entitled "Utah-Goshute Land Exchange", dated May 18, 1992, such lands are hereby declared to be part of the Goshute Indian Reservation in the State of Utah effective upon the completion of conveyance from the State of Utah and acceptance of title by the United States. (b) AUTHORIZATION. — The Secretary of the Interior is authorized to acquire through exchange those lands and interests in land described in subsection (a) which are owned by the State of Utah, subject to valid existing rights. (c) OTHER LAND.— (1) The following tract of Federal land located in the State of Nevada, comprising approximately five acres more or less, together with all improvements thereon, is hereby declared