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63 STAT.] 81ST CONG. , IST SESS.-CH. 393-AUG. 4, 1949 under the control of the Coast Guard as may not be required for immediate use by the Coast Guard, the monies received from any such rental or lease, less amount of expenses incurred (exclusive of governmental personal services), to be covered into the Treasury; (o) grant, under such terms and conditions as are deemed advisable, permits, licenses, easements, and rights-of-way over, across, in, and upon lands under the control of the Coast Guard when in the public interest and without substantially injuring the interests of the United States in the property thereby affected; and (p) establish, install, abandon, re-establish, re-route, operate, maintain, repair, purchase, or lease such telephone and telegraph lines and cables, together with all facilities, apparatus, equipment, structures, appurtenances, accessories, and supplies used or useful in connection with the installation, operation, maintenance, or repair of such lines and cables, and acquire such real property, rights of way, easements, or attachment privileges as may be required for the installation, operation, and maintenance of such lines, cables, and equipment. (q) establish, install, abandon, reestablish, change the location of, operate, maintain, and repair radio transmitting and receiving stations. CHAPTER 7-COOPERATION WITH OTHER AGENCIES Sec. 141. General. 142. State Department. 143. Treasury Department. 144. Department of the Army and Department of the Air Force. 145. Navy Department. 146. Post Office Department. 147. Department of Commerce. 148. Maritime instruction. 149. Detail of officers and men to assist foreign governments. 150. Coast Guard officers as attaches to missions. 151. Contracts with Government-owned establishments for work and material. § 141. General (a) The Coast Guard may, when so requested by proper authority, utilize its personnel and facilities to assist any Federal agency State, Territory, possession, or political subdivision thereof, or the District of Columbia, to perform any activity for which such personnel and facilities are especially qualified. (b) The Coast Guard, with the consent of the head of the agency concerned, may avail itself of such officers and employees, advice, information, and facilities of any Federal agency, State, Territory, possession, or political subdivision thereof, or the District of Columbia as may be helpful in the performance of its duties. In connection with the utilization of personal services of employees of state or local gov- ernments, the Coast Guard may make payments for necessary traveling and per diem expenses as prescribed for Federal employees by the standardized Government travel regulations. § 142. State Department The Coast Guard, through the Secretary, may exchange information through the Secretary of State, with foreign governments and suggest to the Secretary of State international collaboration and 505 Aslsstance toFederal agencies, etc. Use of personnel, etc., of other agendes. Travel expenses