PUBLIC LAW 86-388-FEB. 20, 1960
Township 38 south, range 12 west: Section 29, those portions of lot 2 and of the southwest quarter lying east of the easterly right-ofway line of United States Highway 91, identified as project numbered 1-01-1(1), Washington County, Utah, said line being 150 feet from and parallel the centerline of such highway, as constructed. SEC. 2. Privately owned land, or interests therein, within the afore- i^^j"'^'"°" °' said revised boundary may be acquired by the Secretary of the Interior by purchase, donation, with donated funds, or by such other means as the Secretary may consider to be in the public interest. When acquired, such land and interests in land shall be administered as a part of the Zion National Park in accordance with the provisions of the Act of August 25, 1916 (39 Stat. 535), as amended. 22^^"^*^ ^' ^'^' SEC. 3. The Secretary of the Interior is authorized to convey to the Land conveyUtah State Road Commission under such terms and conditions as he ^*=®' may deem necessary such lands or interests in land in lot 3, section 29, township 38 south, range 12 west, Salt Lake meridian, containing approximately four and one-half acres, as are required by the Commission for the realinement and construction of United States Highway 9 1: Provided, That, in exchange, the State of Utah constructs an interchange of design, type, and location acceptable to the Secretary which will provide vehicular access between the said highway and Zion National Park. Such conveyed lands shall thereafter be considered as excluded from the Zion National P a r k and the easterly right-of-way line of United States Highway 91, identified as project numbered 1-01-1(1), Washington County, Utah, shall become the westerly boundary of the Zion National Park in lot 3, section 29, township 38 south, range 12 west. Salt Lake meridian. Approved February 20, 1960.
Public Law 86-388 AN ACT
February 20. 1960
Amending the Act of February 20, 1931, as amended, with respect to a rail transit crossing across the Bay of San Francisco.
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Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That subsection (b) c i Bay. of San Fransco of section 2 of the Act entitled "An Act granting the consent of ""erTdge Congress to the State of California to construct, maintain, and operate a bridge across the Bay of San Francisco from the Rincon Hill district in San Francisco by way of Goat Island to Oakland", approved February 20, 1931, as amended, is amended to read as follows: ^^ ^*** ^03 " (b) The State of California is authorized to fix, charge, and collect tolls for the use of such bridge to pay the costs of engineering, planning, constructing, reconstructing, making alterations, additions, betterments, improvements, and extensions (including reasonable interest, financing, and refunding costs, and suitable reserves), and the costs of maintaining, repairing, and operating of not to exceed two additional highway crossings and one rail transit crossing across the Bay of San Francisco and their approaches. The State of California is also authorized to fix, charge, and collect tolls for the use of such additional highway crossing or highway crossings. After a fund shall have been provided from the tolls collected for the use of the bridge referred to in the first section of this Act and from tolls charged for the use of such additional highway crossing or highway crossings sufficient to pay all costs referred to in clauses (2) and (3) of sub-