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[83 STAT. 319]
[83 STAT. 319]
PUBLIC LAW 91-000—MMMM. DD, 1969

83 STAT. ]

PUBLIC LA\V 91-142-DEC. 5, 1969

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with Department of Defense criteria, title to which alternate facilities shall vest in the State of Texas: Provided, That such alternate facilities be constructed without additional cost to the Federal Government: And provided jurtliei\ That should the fair market value of the said one hundred and ten acres be in excess of the actual cost of design and construction of such alternate facilities to said city, exclusive of any contribution made by the State of Texas, the city shall pay to the Federal Government an amount equal to such excess. SEC. 804. The Secretary of Defense, or his designee, is authorized to san'prt°icro convey to the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico under such terms as he Fuel storage deems ap]>ropriate the forty-three acres, more or less, together with ^^^®' ^-^ c

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any nnprovements thereon, formerly known as the Air Jborce San Patricio Fuel Storage site, subject to the conditions that the Commonwealth provide new facilities for the Army National Guard in accordance with the Department of Defense criteria, title to the facilities which vest in the Commonwealth Government: Provided, That such facilities be constructed without additional cost to the Federal Government: And provided further, That should the fair market value of said forty-three acres be in excess of the total cost of design and construction of such facilities to the (commonwealth, exclusive of any contrjbuti(m which would normally be required to be made by the Commonwealth, the Commonwealth shall pay to the Federal Government an amount equal to such excess. SEC. 80,5. (a) The Secretary of the Army is authorized to convey by facUity"s^e?ttie'^ quitclaim deed to the State of Washington all right, title, and interest wash. of the United States, except as retained in this section, in and to a cer- conveyance. tain parcel of land located in the city of Seattle, King County, Washington, containing fifteen acres, or less, together with all buildings and improvements thereon, being part of the property known as the National Guard facility, pier 01, Seattle, Washington, as shown more particularly on a map on file in the office of the district engineer. United States Army Engineer District, Seattle, Washington. Terms and (b) The conveyance authorized by this section shall be in considera- conditions. tion of and subject to the following terms and conditions: (1) The property to be conveyed shall be used primarily as a site for the cxm.'^truction of a nine-unit or larger National Guard Armory and related facilities for National Guard training and other military purposes, and in the event construction of the armory is not completed within five years from the date of the conveyance, or if, thereafter, the property conveyed hereby ceases to be used for National Guard purposes during the period of twenty-five years from the date of the acceptance of the completed armory, title thereto shall immediately revert to the United States and all improvements made by the State of Washington during its occupancy shall vest in the United States without payment of compensation therefor. (2) All mineral rights, including gas and oil, in the lands author- Mineral rights. ized to be conveyed by this section shall be reserved to the United States. (3) The Secretary of the Army shall reserve from the conveyance ri^^s-^-^wL^ """^ such easements and rights-of-way for roads and utilities as he considers necessary for the operations of the military facilities in the vicinity. Use by U.S. (4) In time of war or national emergency declared by the Congress, during emergency. or national emergency declared by the President, and upon a determination by the Secretary of Defense that the property, or any part thereof, is useful or necessary for national defense and security, the Secretary of the Army on behalf of the United States shall have the right to enter upon and use the property or part thereof, including any