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108 STAT. 5062 PRIVATE LAW 103-3—AUG. 1, 1994 Hallinan, Grantees, dated May 31, 1949, recorded June 14, 1949, in volume 1179 at page 394 of the official records of the county of San Joaquin. (8) The conveyance entered into between the Central Pacific Railway Company, a corporation, and its Lessee, Southern Pacific Company, a corporation. Grantor, and Lodi Winery, Incorporated, Grantee, dated August 2, 1938, recorded May 23, 1940, in volume 692, page 249, of the official records of the county of San Joaquin. SEC. 5. LIMITATIONS ON VALIDATION OF CONVEYANCES. (a) SCOPE.—Nothing in this Act shall be construed to— (1) diminish the right-of-way referred to in section 2 to a width of less than fifty feet on each side of the center of the main track or tracks maintained by the Southern Pacific Transportation Company on the date of enactment of this Act; or (2) legalize, validate, or confirm, with respect to any land that is the subject of a conveyance referred to in section 3 or 4, any right or title to, or interest in, such land arising out of adverse possession, prescription, or abandonment, and not confirmed by such conveyance. (b) MINERALS.—(1) The United States hereby reserves any federally-owned minerals that may exist in land that is conveyed Pursuant to section 2 of this Act, including the right of the United tates, its assignees or lessees, to enter upon and utilize as much of the surface of said land as is necessary to remove minerals under the laws of the United States. (2) Any and all minerals reserved by paragraph (1) are hereby withdrawn from all forms of entry, appropriation, and patent under the mining, mineral leasing, and geothermal leasing laws of the United States. Approved July 5, 1994. Private Law 103-3 103d Congress An Act —— For the relief of Melissa Johnson. [H.R. 572] Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, SECTION 1. PAYMENT FOR THE BENEFIT OF CLAIMANT. The Secretary of the Treasury shall pay, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, $125,000 to Melissa Johnson of Barryville, New York. Such sum shall be in full and complete settlement of all claims against the United States arising out of the personal injuries and mental pain and suffering incurred as a result of the sexual assault and molestation of Melissa Johnson by an employee of the United States Postal Service on June 3, 1982, and various other dates. SEC. 2. DEPOSIT OF AMOUNT IN TRUST ACCOUNTS. Barbara Barbara Johnson Lizzi of Barryville, New York, the mother Johnson ^f Melissa Johnson, shall deposit the sum paid under section 1