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108 STAT. 4158 PUBLIC LAW 103-397—OCT. 22, 1994 "(1) land a State or unit of general local government acquires from a private party to donate to the United States within 8 years of acquisition; "(2) land acquired by a State through an exchange with the United States if such land was entitlement land as defined by this chapter; or "(3) land in Utah acquired by the United States for Federal land, royalties, or other assets if, at the time of such acquisition, a unit of general local government was entitled under applicable State law to receive payments in lieu of taxes from the State of Utah for such land: Provided, however, That no payment under this paragraph shall exceed the payment that would have been made under State law if such land had not been acquired.". SEC. 5. EFFECTIVE DATE; TRANSITION PROVISIONS. 31 USC 6902 (a) EFFECTIVE DATES. — ^°^- (1) IN GENERAL. — Except as provided in paragraph (2), this Act and the amendments made by this Act shall become effective on October 1, 1994. (2) LIMITATION.—The amendment made by section 2(b)(2) shall become effective on October 1, 1998. (b) TRANSITION PROVISIONS.— (1) FISCAL YEAR 1995. — During fiscal year 1995, the table at the end of section 6903(c)(2) of title 31, United States Code, is amended to read as follows: the limitation is equal to the population '^ population equals— times— 5,000 $62.00 6,000 58.00 7,000 54.50 8,000 51.00 9,000 47.00 10,000 43.50 11,000 42.00 12,000 41.00 13,000 40.00 14,000 38.50 15,000 37.00 16,000 36.50 17,000 36.00 18,000 35.50 19,000 34.50 20,000 34.00 21,000 33.75 22,000 33.50 23,000 33.00 24,000 32.50 25,000 32.25 26,000 32.00 27,000 31.75 28,000 31.50 29,000 31.25 30,000 31.00 31,000 30.75 32,000 30.50 33,000 30.00 34,000 29.75 35,000 29.50 36,000 29.25 37,000 28.75 38,000 28.50 39,000 28.25