Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 107 Part 2.djvu/44

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107 STAT. 996 PUBLIC LAW 103-93 —OCT. 1, 1993 to be part of the Groshute Indian Reservation, and shall be held in trust for the Goshute Indian Tribe: Township 30 North, Range 69 East, lots 5, 6, 7, 9,11, and 14 of section 34. (2) No part of the lands referred to in paragraph (1) shall be used for gaming or any related purpose. SEC. 4. IMPLEMENTATION. The exchanges authorized by sections 2 and 3 of this Act shall be conducted without cost to the Navajo Nation and the GrOshute Indian Tribe. SEC. 6. STATE LANDS WITHIN THE NATIONAL FOREST SYSTEM. (a) AUTHORIZATION. — The Secretary of Agriculture is authorized to accept on behalf of the United States title to the school and institutional trust lands by the State of Utah within units of the National Forest System, comprising approximately seventy-six thousand acres as depicted on a map entitled "Utah Forest Land Exchange", dated May 18, 1992. (b) STATUS.— Any lands acquired by the United States pursuant to this section shall become a part of the national forest within which such lands are located and shall be subject to all the laws and regulations applicable to the National Forest System. SEC. 6. STATE LANDS WITHIN THE NATIONAL PARK SYSTEM. (a) AUTHORIZATION.— The Secretary of the Interior is hereby authorized to accept on behalf of the United States title to all school and institutional trust lands owned by the State of Utah located within all units of the National Park System, comprising approximately eighty thousand acres, located within the State of Utah on the date of enactment of this Act. (b) STATUS. — (1) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, all lands of the State of Utah within units of the National Park System that are conveyed to the United States pursuant to this section shall become a part of the appropriate unit of the National Park System, and shall be subject to all laws and regulations applicable to that unit of the National Park System. (2) The Secretary of the Interior shall, as a part of the exchange process of this Act, compensate the State of Utah for the fair market value of five hundred eighty and sixty-four one-hundredths acres within Capitol Reef National Park that were conveyed by the State of Utah to the United States on July 2, 1971, for which the State has never been compensated. The fair market value of these lands shall be established pursuant to section 8 of this Act. SEC. 7. OFFER TO STATE. (a) SPECIFIC OFFERS.— Within thirty days after enactment of this Act, the Secretary of the Interior shall transmit to the State of Utah a list of lands, or interests in lands, within the State of Utah for transfer to the State of Utah in exchange for the State lands and interests described in sections 2, 3, 5, and 6 of this Act. Such list shall include only the following Federal lands, or interests therein: (1) Blue Mountain Telecommunications Site, fee estate, approximately six hundred and forty acres. (2) Beaver Mountain Ski Resort site, fee estate, approximately three thousand acres, as generally depicted on the map