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63 STAT.] 81ST CONG. , IST SESS.-CH. 393-AUG. 4, 1949 benefits provided for temporary members of the Reserve who suffer physical injury or death resulting from physical injury incurred inci- dent to service. Members of the Auxiliary who incur physical injury or contract sickness or disease while performing any specific duty to which they have been assigned by competent Coast Guard authority shall be entitled to the same hospital treatment afforded officers and enlisted men of the Coast Guard. CHAPTER 25-GENERAL PROVISIONS FOR COAST GUARD RESERVE AND AUXILIARY Sec. 891. Flags; pennants; uniforms and insignia. 892. Penalty. 893. Limitation on rights of members of the Auxiliary and temporary members of the Reserve. 894. Availability of facilities and appropriations. § 891. Flags; pennants; uniforms and insignia The Secretary may prescribe one or more suitable distinguishing flags, pennants, or other identifying insignia to be displayed by the motorboats, yachts, aircraft, and radio stations owned by members of the Auxiliary and one or more suitable insignia which may be worn by members of the Reserve or the Auxiliary, and may prescribe one or more suitable uniforms which may be worn by members of the Auxiliary. Such flags, pennants, uniforms, and insignia may be furnished by the Coast Guard at actual cost, and the proceeds received therefor shall be credited to current appropriations from which pur- chase of these articles is authorized. § 892. Penalty Whoever, without proper authority, flies from any building, air- craft, motorboat, yacht, or other vessel, any flag or pennant or displays any identifying insignia or wears any uniform or insignia of the Reserve or the Auxiliary shall be fined not more than $500. § 893. Limitation on rights of members of the Auxiliary and temporary members of the Reserve Members of the Auxiliary and temporary members of the Reserve shall be entitled only to such rights, privileges, and benefits as are specifically set forth for them in this title or as may be specifically provided for them in any other Act of Congress. Any Act of Congress which grants rights, privileges, or benefits generally to military per- sonnel, or among others, to personnel of the Coast Guard and the Coast Guard Reserve, without specifically granting such rights, privileges, or benefits to members of the Auxiliary or temporary mem- bers of the Reserve, shall not be deemed applicable to members of the Auxiliary or to temporary members of the Reserve. § 894. Availability of facilities and appropriations The services and facilities of and appropriations for the Coast Guard shall be available to effectuate the purposes of the Reserve and the Auxiliary. SEC. 2 . If any part of Title 14, United States Code, as enacted by section 1 of this Act, shall be held invalid the remainder of such title A n t, p.46. shall not be affected thereby. SEC. 3 . No inference of a legislative construction is to be drawn by reason of the chapter in Title 14, Coast Guard, as set out in section 1 of this Act, in which any section is placed, nor by reason of the catch Ante, p. 495 lines used in such title. 557