Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 105 Part 3.djvu/336

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105 STAT. 2220 PUBLIC LAW 102-241 —DEC. 19, 1991 New Hampshire. Historic preservation. Real property. (A) the light, antennas, and associated equipment located on the property conveyed, which are active aids to navigation, shall continue to be operated and maintained by the United States; (B) the State of Oregon may not interfere or allow interference in any manner with such aids to navigation without express written permission from the United States; (C) there is reserved to the United States the right to relocate, replace, or add any aids to navigation or make any changes on any portion of such property as may be necessary for navigation purposes; (D) the United States shall have the right, at any time, to enter such property without notice for the purpose of maintaining aids to navigation; and (E) the United States shall have an easement of access to such property for the purpose of maintaining the aids to navigation in use on the property. (4) The State of Oregon shall not have any obligation to maintain any active aid to navigation equipment on property conveyed pursuant to this section. (c) For purposes of this section, the term— (1) "Heceta Head Lighthouse" means the Coast Guard lighthouse located at Heceta Head, Oregon, including— (A) the classical fresnel lens; (B) the keeper's dwelling; (C) several ancillary buildings; and (D) such land as may be necessary to enable the State of Oregon to operate at that lighthouse a nonprofit center for public benefit for the interpretation and preservation of the maritime history of Heceta Head, Oregon; (2) "Cape Blanco Lighthouse" means the Coast Guard lighthouse located at Cape Blanco, Oregon, including— (A) the classical fresnel lens; (B) several ancillary buildings; and (C) such land as may be necessary to enable the State of Oregon to operate at that lighthouse a nonprofit center for public benefit for the interpretation and preservation of the maritime history of Cape Blanco, Oregon; and (3) the term "Secretary" means the Secretary of the department in which the Coast Guard is operating. SEC. 30. CONVEYANCE OF WHITE ISLAND LIGHTHOUSE. (a)(1) The Secretary shall convey to the State of New Hampshire, by any appropriate means of conveyance, all rights, title, and interest of the United States in and to property comprising the White Island Lighthouse. (2) The Secretary may identify, describe, and determine the property to be conveyed pursuant to this section. (b)(1) A conveyance of property pursuant to this section shall be made— (A) without the payment of consideration; and (B) subject to such terms and conditions as the Secretary may consider appropriate. (2) In addition to any term or condition established pursuant to paragraph (1), any conveyance of property pursuant to this section shall be subject to the condition that all rights, title, and interest in and to all such property so conveyed shall immediately revert to the United States if the property so conveyed ceases to be used as a