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PUBLIC LAW 105-383—NOV. 13, 1998 112 STAT. 3435 (1) the effective date of regulations promulgated pursuant to legislation enacted subsequent to the enactment of this Act providing for the regulation of incidental discharges from vessels of dry bulk cargo residue into the waters of the Great Lakes under the jurisdiction of the United States is enacted; or (2) September 30, 2002. SEC. 416. CONVEYANCE OP LIGHTHOUSES. (a) AUTHORITY TO CONVEY.— (1) IN GENERAL. —The Commandant of the Coast Guard, or the Administrator of the General Services Administration, as appropriate, may convey, by an appropriate means of convey- ance, all right, title, and interest of the United States in and to each of the following properties: (A) light Station Sand Point, located in Escanaba, Michigan, to the Delta County Historical Society. (B) Light Station Dunkirk, located in Dunkirk, New York, to the Dunkirk Historical Lighthouse and Veterans' Park Museum. (C) The Mukilteo Light Station, located in Mukilteo, Washington, to the City of Mukilteo. (D) Eagle Harbor light Station, located in Michigan, to the Keweenaw County Historical Society. (E) Cape Decision Light Station, located in Alaska, to the C^e Decision Lighthouse Society. (F) Cape St. EUas Light Station, located in Alaska, to the Cape St. EHas light Keepers Association. (G) Five Finger Light Station, located in Alaska, to the Juneau Lighthouse Association. (H) Point Retreat light Station, located in Alaska, to the Alaska lighthouse Association. (I) Hudson-Athens lighthouse, located in New York, to the Hudson-Athens lighthouse Preservation Society. (J) Georgetown Light, located in Georgetown County, South Carolina, to the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources. (K) Coast Guard Light Station Two Harbors, located in Lake County, Minnesota, to the Lake County Historical Society. (2) IDENTIFICATION OF PROPERTY.— The Commandant or Administrator, as appropriate, may identify, describe, and determine the property to be conveyed under this subsection. (3) EXCEPTION. —The Commandant or Administrator, as appropriate, may not convey any historical artifact, including any lens or lantern, located on the property at or before the time of the conveyance. (b) TERMS OP CONVEYANCE.— (1) IN GENERAL. — The conveyance of property under this section shall be made— (A) without payment of consideration; sind (B) subject to the terms and conditions required by this section and other terms and conditions the Commandant or the Administrator, as appropriate, may consider, including the reservation of easements and other rights on behalf of the United States.