Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 70A.djvu/505

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447 § 7223. Acquisition of land for radio stations and for other purposes Land of the United States that is under the control of any department or agency of the United States may be mutually selected as a site lor a naval radio station by the Secretary of the Navy and the head of the department or agency having control of the land. By direction of the President, land so selected may be transferred to and placed under the jurisdiction of the Department of the Navy for use as a naval radio station or for any other naval purpose. § 7224. Transportation on naval vessels during wartime In time of war or during a national emergency declared by the President, such persons as the Secretary of the Navy authorizes by regulation may be transported and subsisted on naval vessels at Government expense. § 7225. Naval Reserve flag The Secretary of the Navy shall prescribe a suitable flag to be known as the Naval Reserve flag. This flag may be flown by a seagoing merchant vessel if— (1) the vessel is documented under the laws of the United States; (2) the vessel has been designated by the Secretary, under such regulations as he prescribes, as suitable for service as a naval auxiliary in time of war; and (3) the master or commanding officer and at least half of the other licensed off-ers of the vessel are members of the Navy. § 7226. Naval Reserve yacht pennant The Secretary of the Navy shall prescribe a suitable pennant to be known as the Naval Reserve yacht pennant. This pennant may 1)6 flown by a yacht or similar vessel if— (1) the vessel is documented under the laws of the United States; (2) the vessel has been designated by the Secretary, under such regulations as he prescribes, as suitable for service as a naval auxiliary in time of war; and (3) the captain or owner of the vessel is a member of the Navy. § 7227. Foreign naval vessels: supplies and services (a) The Secretary of the Navy, under such regulations as he prescribes, may furnish to foreign naval vessels at ports and naval bases of the United States— (1) routine port services, including pilotage, tugs, garbage removal, line handling, and utilities, on a reimbursable basis without an advance of funds if such services are furnished on a like basis to United States naval vessels at ports and naval bases of the country concerned; (2) miscellaneous supplies, including fuel, provisions, spare parts, and general stores, on a reimbursable basis without an advance of funds if a prior agreement conferring reciprocal rights on the United States and covering the reimbursement therefor has been made with the country concerned; and