PUBLIC LAW 101-634—NOV. 28, 1990 104 STAT. 4581 shall convey such Federal lands and interests to the City only upon the occurrence of all of the following: (1) Publication by the Secretary in the Federal Register of a legal description of all Federal lands and interests to be conveyed to the City pursuant to this Act. (2) Publication by the Secretary in the Federal Register of a legal description of all City lands and interests to be conveyed to the United States pursuant to this Act. (3) Written notification by the City to the Secretary that the City accepts the provisions of this Act, including subsection (e)(2) and subsection (f). (4) Delivery to the Secretary by the City of documents of conveyance of the lands and interests to be conveyed by the City. (5) Delivery to the City and the Secretary of written approval by the Attorney General of the United States of the title to the lands and interests described in documents of conveyance submitted by the City within six months of their receipt by the Secretary. (b) CONFUCTS.— Conveyances of Federal lands and interests under this Act shall be completed notwithstanding— (1) the reservations of the Act of September 19, 1914; (2) withdrawals of lands for the Fort Douglas Military Reservation under the Executive orders dated September 3, 1867, and June 8, 1896, and under the Pickett Act of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847); and (3) section 206 of the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1716). (c) ADMINISTRATION.— Lands and interests acquired by the United States pursuant to this Act shall be added to, and administered as part of, the National Forest System under principles of multiple use and sustained jdeld. (d) ADJUSTMENT OF BOUNDARIES. —The boundaries of the Wastach National Forest shall be adjusted as depicted on the map referred to in subsection (a) to reflect the conveyance and acquisition of lands pursuant to this Act. (e) Interim Recognition of Existing Rights. —Valid existings rights appurtenant to lands and interests acquired by the Secretary or acquired by the City pursuant to this Act shall be recognized, protected, and managed by the acquiring government in accordance with the terms and authorities under which such rights were issued until new, similar rights can be issued by the acquiring government— (1) in the case of lands and interests acquired by the Federal Government, the Secretary shall negotiate with holders of valid existing rights appurtenant to such lands and interests issued by the City and provide such holders of rights new, similar rights under the authority of the Federal Government; and (2) in the case of lands and interests acquired by the City, the City will negotiate with holders of grazing permits, special use permits (to include easements and rights-of-way), or other valid existing rights appurtenant to such lands and interests issued by the Federal Government and will provide such holders of rights with similar new rights under the authority of the City. if) RECOGNITION OF MORMON TRAIL.— The City will recognize the designation of the Mormon Pioneer National Historic Trail over Federal Roister, publication. Federal Register, publication.