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PUBLIC LAW 101-626—NOV. 28, 1990 104 STAT. 4433 "Section 20: North half, north half southeast quarter, southeast quarter southeast quarter. "Section 21: All. "Section 22: South half, south half north half, fractional. "Section 23: South half, fractional. "Section 24: South half, fractional. "Section 25: All, excluding islets. "Section 26: North half, north half southeast quarter, fractional. "Section 27: East half, east half west half, northwest quarter, northwest quarter, southwest quarter southwest quarter. "Section 28: Northeast quarter northeast quarter, southeast quarter southeast quarter. "Section 31: Southwest quarter, west half southeast quarter. "Township 76 South, Range 86 East "Section 30: Southwest quarter, including all fractional lands on west shore of Big Creek Bay. "Section 31: East half west half, southwest quarter southeast quarter, northwest quarter southeast quarter. "Township 77 South, Range 86 East "Section 2: North half, southeast quarter, north half southwest quarter. "0)) SELECTION. —(1) For a period of one year after the date of enactment of this section, Haida Corporation shall be entitled to select lands from among those lands withdrawn pursuant to subsection (a). Haida Corporation shall notify the Secretary of the Interior which lands so withdrawn Haida Corporation wishes to select and shall designate which Haida Exchange Lands and/or outstanding selection rights under section 16 of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (43 U.S.C. 1615) Haida Corporation intends to exchange or relinquish in return for its selections hereunder. "(2) The exchange of lands selected by Haida Corporation pursuant to this subsection for Haida Exchange Lands or selection rights under section 16 of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act shall be on an acre-for-acre basis. The conveyance of lands to Haida Corporation and Sealaska pursuant to this subsection shall be deemed a conveyance of lan<^ pursuant to the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act. "(3) After the selection is made pursuant to paragraph (1), the surface estate in lands selected by Haida Corporation shall be conveyed to Haida Corporation subject to valid existing rights and the subsurface estate in such lands shall be conveyed to Sealaska Corporation subject to valid existing rights in partial fulfillment of such corporations' entitlement under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act and pursuant to the provisions of that Act: Provided, That the United States shall reserve the recorded existing easement, three hundred feet in total width on the Sulzer Portage trail between Cholmondley Sound and Hetta Inlet: Provided however. That timber occurring within those portions of the easement boundaries that traverse lands owned by Haida Corporation shall remain the property of Haida Corporation. The Secretary of Agriculture shall allow the State of Alaska use of such easement for a transportation corridor. Transportation. Highways and roads.