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PUBLIC LAW 104-158-^ULY 9, 1996 110 STAT. 1407 (1) certain lands comprising approximately 40 acres with 16 USC 191 note. improvements thereon located in Larimer County, Colorado, and lying within the boimdaries of Rocky Mountain National Park as generally depicted on a map entitled "Circle C Church Camp", dated August 1994, which shall upon their acquisition by the United States and without further action by the Secretary of the Interior be incorporated into Rocky Mountain National Park and thereafter be administered in accordance with the laws, rules and regulations generally applicable to the National Park System and Rocky Mountain National Park; (2) certain lands located within and adjacent to the United States Bureau of Land Management San Luis Resource Area in Conejos County, Colorado, which comprise approximately 3,993 acres and are generally depicted on a map entitled "Quinlan Ranches Tract", dated August 1994; and (3) certain lands located within the United States Bureau of Land Management Royal Gorge Resource Area in Huerfano County, Colorado, which comprise approximately 4,700 acres and are generally depicted on a map entitled "Bonham Ranch- Cucharas Canyon", dated June 1995: Provided, however. That it is the intention of Congress that such lands may remain available for the grazing of livestock as determined appropriate by the Secretary in accordance with applicable laws, rules, and regulations: Provided further, That if the Secretary determines that certain of the lands acquired adjacent to Cucharas Canyon hereunder are not needed for public purposes they may be sold in accordance with the provisions of section 203 of the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 and other applicable law. (c) SUBSTITUTION OF LANDS.—I f one or more of the precise offered land parcels identified above is unable to be conveyed to the United States due to appraisal or other problems. Lake Gulch and the Secretary may mutually agree to substitute therefor alternative offered lemds acceptable to the Secretary. (d) CONVEYANCE BY THE UNITED STATES.—(1) Upon receipt of title to the lands identified in subsection (a) the Secretary shall simultaneously convey to Lake Gulch all right, title, and interest of the United States, subject to valid existing rights, in and to the following selected lands— (A) certain surveyed lands located in Gilpin County, Colorado, Township 3 South, Range 72 West, Sixth Principal Meridian, Section 18, Lots 118-220, which comprise approximately 195 acres and are intended to include all federally owned lands in section 18, as generally depicted on a map entitled "Lake Gulch Selected Lands", dated July 1994; (B) certain surveyed lands located in Gilpin County, Colorado, Township 3 South, Range 72 West, Sixth Principal Meridian, Section 17, Lots 37, 38, 39, 40, 52, 53, and 54, which comprise approximately 96 acres, as generally depicted on a map entitled "Lake Gulch Selected Lands", dated July 1994; and (C) certain unsurveyed lands located in Gilpin County, Colorado, Township 3 South, Range 73 West, Sixth Principal Meridian, Section 13, which comprise approximately 11 acres, and are generally depicted as parcels 302-304, 306 and 308- 326 on a map entitled "Lake Gulch Selected Lands", dated July 1994: Provided, however. That a parcel or parcels of land