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of San Diego shall commence condemnation proceedings to acquire the lands herein described and shall diligently prosecute such proceedings to a final judgment. Within two years after the approval by the Secretary of the Interior of any such judgment of condemnation the city of San Diego shall institute, and thereafter shall diligently prosecute, proceedings for the issuance and sale of municipal bonds to defray the amount necessary to satisfy any such judgment of condemnation, paying such additional sum as the Secretary of the Interior may require, as provided for in section three, and providing for the acquisition, construction, and completion of a dam, reservoir, pipe line, and appurtenances thereto necessary, or convenient to the storage and conservation of water upon the lands herein described for the purposes set forth in this bill. Within six months from the time of payment into the city treasury of the moneys realized from the sale of municipal bonds issued as herein provided the city of San Diego shall commence the construction of said dam and reservoir, and the same shall be prosecuted diligently, and in the event that the Secretary of the Interior shall find and determine that there has not been diligent prosecution of the work, or that said condemnation proceedings have not been commenced and diligently prosecuted, or that municipal bonds have not been issued and sold as herein provided, then he may declare forfeited all rights of the grantees herein and request the Attorney General, on behalf of the United States, to commence suits or proceedings in the proper court having jurisdiction thereof for the purpose of procuring a judgment declaring all rights to be forfeited to the United States, and upon such request it shall be the duty of said Attorney General to cause to be commenced and prosecuted to a final judgment such suits or proceedings: Provided, That the Secretary of the Interior shall make no such findings and take no such action if he shall find that the issuance or sale of municipal bonds or the construction or progress of the dam or reservoir has been delayed or prevented by the act of God or the public enemy or by legal, engineering, or other difficulties that could not have been reasonably foreseen and overcome, or by other special or peculiar difficulties beyond the control of said grantee: Provided further, That in the exercise of the rights granted by this Act the grantee shall at all times comply with the regulations herein authorized, and in the event of any material departure therefrom the Secretary of the Interior or the Secretary of Agriculture, respectively, may take such action as may be necessary in the courts or otherwise to enforce such regulations: Provided further, That if such dam be built the Indians of the Capitan Grande Reservation shall be permitted to reside on, occupy, and cultivate the lands of their present reservation up until within ninety days of the time when water for storage purposes will be turned into the reservoir to be constructed hereunder, provided such occupancy by the Indians will not materially hinder the construction of the dam and storage work, which fact is to be determined by the Secretary of the Interior. (Feb. 28, 1919, sec. 4, 40 Stat. 1207.)

977. Use of reservoir; sale of water to Government. That said reservoir, when constructed, shall be maintained and controlled by the city of San Diego for the use and benefit of said city and the inhabitants thereof and of such other municipalities within the county of San Diego, State of California, as may be now or hereafter fur: nished with water by said city of San Diego, and for the use and benefit of riparian owners along the San Diego River below the lands herein described and for the benefit of persons, corporations, or municipalities situated along or adjacent to the pipe lines of said city of San Diego for the conservation and storage of water for domestic, irrigation, or municipal uses: Provided, That the city of San Diego shall sell to the United States for the use of the War and Navy Departments such water as the War and Navy Departments, or either of them, may elect to take, and shall deliver the same through its system in or near the city of San Diego to the mains or systems of such military or naval reservations in that vicinity as may be designated by the Secretary of War or the Secretary of the Navy, or both, under such rules and regulations as they or either of them may prescribe. In payment of such water and the delivery thereof the United States shall pay to said city of San Diego a rental to be calculated at a fixed rate per one thousand gallons, said rate not to exceed the actual cost of such water to said city for all water so furnished as determined by meter measurements: Provided, however, That the grantee shall at all times comply with and observe on its part, all of the conditions specified in this Act, and in the event that the sums are not reasonably complied with and carried out by the grantee upon written request by the Secretary of the Interior it is made the duty of the Attorney General, in the name of the United States, to commence all necessary suits or proceedings in the proper court having jurisdiction thereof for the purpose of enforcing and carrying out the provisions of this Act: Provided, That the city of San Diego is authorized to assign all its rights, powers, and privileges under this Act to any public water district formed under the laws of California. (Feb. 28, 1919, sec 5, 40 Stat. 1208.)

978. State laws.—That this Act is a grant upon certain express conditions specifically set forth herein, and nothing herein contained shall be construed as affecting or intending to affect or in any way to interfere with the laws of the State of California relating to the control, appropriation, use, or distribution of water used in irrigation, or for municipal or other uses or any vested rights acquired thereunder, and the Secretary of the Interior and the city of San Diego in carrying out the provisions of this Act shall proceed in conformity with the laws of said State. (Feb. 28, 1919, sec. 6, 40 Stat. 1209.)

979. Time for filing acceptance of grant.—That the grantee shall file with the Secretary of the Interior, within six months after the approval of this Act, its acceptance of the terms and conditions of this grant.'_(Feb. 28, 1919, sec. 7, 40 Stat. 1209.)

980. Pike National Forest; lands reserved for water supply for Colorado Springs, Colo.—That the public lands within the Pike National Forest, situated in the counties of El Paso and Teller, Colorado, hereinafter described, are hereby reserved from all forms of location or entry and set aside as a municipal water-supply reserve for the benefit of the city of Colorado Springs, a municipal corporation of the State of Colorado, to wit:

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Lot three, the southeast quarter of the southwest quarter and the south half of the southeast quarter of section seven; the southwest quarter of the southwest quarter of section eight; the north west quarter of the northwest quarter, the south half of the southwest quarter, the west half of the southeast quarter, and the northeast quarter of the southeast quarter of section seventeen; lots two, three, and four, the northeast quarter, the east half of the northwest quarter, the northeast quarter of the southwest quarter, and the northwest quarter of the southeast quarter of section eighteen; lots two, three, and four, the northeast quarter, the southeast quarter of the north west quarter, the east half of the southwest quarter, and the west half of the southeast quarter of section nineteen; the northwest quarter of the northwest quarter of section twenty; lots one, two, three, and four, the west half of the northeast quarter, the east half of the northwest quarter, and the east half of the south west quarter of section thirty; lot one, the northwest quarter of the northeast quarter and the northeast quarter of the northwest quarter of section thirty-one, in township thirteen south, range sixty-eight west of the sixth principal meridian.

Lot six of section four; lots one, two, three, and four, the south half of the northeast quarter, and the northeast quarter of the southeast quarter of section nine; the south half of the northeast quarter, the south half of the northwest quarter, the southwest quarter, and the north half of the southeast quarter of section ten; the south half of the southeast quarter, and the northeast quarter of the southeast quarter of section fourteen; the north half of the northwest quarter, and the southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of section fifteen; lot two, the northeast quarter of the northeast quarter, the south half of the southeast quarter, and the northwest quarter of the southeast quarter of section twenty-two; the east half of the northeast quarter, the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter, the southeast quarter of the northwest quarter, and the south half of section twenty-three; the north half of the north half, the southwest quarter of the northwest quarter, the southwest quarter, the west half of the southeast quarter, and the southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of section twenty-six; the north half of the northeast quarter, the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter, and the south half of section twenty-seven, in township fourteen south, range sixty-eight west of the sixth principal meridian.

The southeast quarter of the southwest quarter of section ten; the south half of the northeast quarter, the southwest quarter of the southwest quarter, the east half of the southwest quarter, and the southeast quarter of section thirteen; the northeast quarter of the souhwest quarter, and the southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of section fourteen; the west half of the northeast quarter, and the north half of the southwest quarter of section fifteen; the west half of the northeast quarter, the west half of the southeast quarter, the southeast quarter of the southeast quarter, and the south half of the northeast quarter of the southeast quarter of section twenty-one; the northeast quarter, the east half of the northwest quarter, the east half of the southwest quarter, the southwest quarter of the southwest quarter, the south half of the northwest quarter of the southwest quarter, and the southeast quarter of section twenty-two; all of sections twenty-three and twenty-four; the northeast quarter, the east half of the northwest quarter, and the south half of section twenty-five; the west half of the northeast quarter, the northwest quarter, and the south half of section twenty-six; all of section twenty-seven; the north half of the northeast quarter, the west half and the south half of the southeast quarter of section thirty-five; the north half of the northeast quarter, and the west half of section thirty-six, in township thirteen south, range sixty-nine west of the sixth principal meridian.

The west half (or lots three and four, the south half of the northwest quarter, and the southwest quarter) of section one; and the north half of the northeast quarter (or lots one and two) of section two, in township fourteen south, range sixty-nine west of the sixth principal meridian, containing ten thousand one hundred and thirtyone and twenty-three hundredths acres, more or less. (Feb. 27, 1913, sec. 1, 37 Stat. 684.)

981. Same; Manitou, Colo.—That the public lands within the Pike National Forest, situated in the counties of El Paso and Teller, Colorado, hereinafter described, are hereby reserved from all forms of location or entry and set aside as a municipal water-supply reserve for the benefit of the town of Manitou, a municipal corporation of the State of Colorado:

Lot four, the southeast quarter of the southwest quarter, and the south half of the southeast quarter of section thirty-one; the south half of the southwest quarter, the south half of the southeast quarter, and the northeast quarter of the southeast quarter of section thirtytwo; the south half of the northeast quarter, the north half of the southwest quarter, and the east half of the southeast quarter of section thirty-three; all of section thirty-four; the west half of section thirty-five, in township thirteen south, range sixty-eight west of the sixth principal meridian.

Lots three and four, the south half of the northwest quarter, the north half of the southwest quarter, and the southwest quarter of the southwest quarter of section two; all (including lots one, two, three, and four) of section three; lot five, the north half (including lots one, two, three, and four), and the east half of the southeast qu of section four; lots one, two, three, four, five, six, and seven, the south half of the northeast quarter, the south half of the northwest quarter, and the north half of the southwest quarter of section five; lots one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, and eight, the south half of the northeast quarter, the southeast quarter of the northwest quarter, the east half of the southwest quarter, the southwest quarter of the southeast quarter, and the north half of the southeast quarter of section six; lots one, two, three, and four of section seven; the north half of the northeast quarter of section ten, in township fourteen south, range sixty-eight west of the sixth principal meridian.

The east' half (or lots one and two, the south half of the northeast quarter, and the southeast quarter) of section one; and all that part of the northeast quarter of section twelve lying north of the north line of the Pikes Peak Military Reservation, in township fourteen south, range sixty-nine west of the sixth principal meridian, containing four thousand seven hundred and twelve acres, more or less. (Feb. 27, 1913, sec. 2, 37 Stat. 685.)

982. Administration of lands reserved. That the lands heretofore described and reserved for municipal water-supply purposes shall be administered by the Secretary of Agriculture at the expense of and in cooperation with the city of Colorado Springs and the town of Manitou, said expense to be borne and paid by said city of Colorado Springs and town of Manitou in proportion to the number of acres reserved for the respective use of each of said municipalities for the purpose of storing and conserving the water supply, protecting them from pollution, and preserving the timber on said lands to more fully accomplish such purposes, and to that end said city and town shall each have the right, subject to approval by the Secretary of Agriculture, to the use of any and all parts of the land reserved for them, respectively, for the storage and conveying of water, and the construction and maintenance thereon of reservoirs, pipes, mains, conduits, and other like improvements. (Feb. 27, 1913, sec. 3, 37 Stat. 686.)

983. Regulations.—That in addition to the authority given the Secretary of Agriculture under the Act of June fourth, eighteen hundred and ninety-seven (Thirtieth Statutes, page thirty-five), he is hereby authorized to prescribe and enforce such regulations as he may find necessary to carry out the purpose of this Act, including the right to forbid persons other than forest officers and those authorized by the municipal authorities from entering or otherwise trespassing upon these lands, and any violation of this Act or of regulations issued thereunder shall be punishable as is provided for in section fifty of the Act entitled “An Act to codify, revise, and amend the penal laws of the United States approved March fourth, nineteen hundred and nine (Thirty-fifth Statutes at Large, page one thousand ninetyeight), as amended by the Act of Congress approved June twentyfifth, nineteen hundred and ten (Thirty-sixth Statutes at Large, page eight hundred and fifty-seven). (Feb. 27, 1913, sec. 4, 37 Stat. 686.)

984. Act subject to existing legal rights. That 'this Act shall be subject to the legal rights of any municipality, person, or persons in or to the above-described premises, or any part thereof, or the water thereof. (Feb. 27, 1913, sec. 5, 37 Stat. 687.)

985. Right reserved to alter, amend, or repeal act.—The right to alter, amend, or repeal this Act is hereby expressly reserved. (Feb. 27, 1913, sec. 6, 37 Stat. 687.)

986. Rainier National Forest; reservation of lands for protection of water supply; administration; rules and regulations. That the President is hereby authorized, upon application by a municipality, to reserve and set aside from all forms of location, entry, or appropriation, under either the mineral or nonmineral land laws of the United States, any lands of the United States within the exterior boundaries of the Rainier National Forest which, in his judgment, are essential for the protection of the water supply of such municipality, and such reservation shall remain in force until revoked by him or by Act of Congress, said lands thereafter to be administered for watershed protection by the Secretary of Agriculture in cooperation with the municipality for whose benefit they were reserved, and the Secretary of Agriculture is authorized, in addition to the rules and regulations authorized by the Act of June 4, 1897 (Thirtieth Stat

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