267 (7) Secretaries and supplies of the Armed Services Department of the Young Men's Christian Association. (8) Officers and employees of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico on official business. (9) The families of persons described in clauses (1), (2), (4), (5), (6), and (8). However, a person described in clause (8) or (9) may be so transported only if the transportation is without expense to the United States. § 4745.
Civilian passengers and commercial cargoes: transports in trans-Atlantic service (a) Whenever space is unavailable on conunercial lines and is available (1) on vessels operated by Army transport agencies, or (2) within bulk space allocations made to the Department of the Army on vessels operated by any transport agency of the Department of Defense, civilian passengers and commercial cargo may, in the discretion of the Secretary of the Army and the chairman of the Federal Maritime Board, be transported on those vessels. Rates for transportation under this section may not be less than those charged by commercial lines for the same kinds of service. (b) Amounts received under this section shall be covered into the Treasury as miscellaneous receipts. § 4746. Civilian personnel in Alaska Persons residing in Alaska who are and have been employed there by the United States for at least two years, and their families, may be transported on vessels or airplanes operated by Army transport agencies or, within bulk space allocations made to the Department of the Army, on vessels or airplanes operated by any military transport agency of the Department of Defense, if— (1) the Secretary of the Army considers that accommodations are available; (2) the transportation is without expense to the United States; (3) the transportation is limited to one round trip between Alaska and the United States during any two-year period, except in an emergency such as sickness or death; and (4) in case of travel by air— (A) the Civil Aeronautics Board has not certified that commercial air carriers of the United States that can handle the transportation are operating between Alaska and the United States; and (B) the transportation cannot be reasonably handled by a United States commercial air carrier. § 4747. Passengers and merchandise to Guam: sea transport Whenever space is available, passengers, and merchandise produced in the United States, or the Territories, Commonwealths, and possessions, and consigned to residents and mercantile firms of Guam, may be transported to Guam on vessels operated by Army transport agencies or, within bulk space allocations made to the Department of the Army, on vessels operated by any transport agency of the Department of Defense, under regulations and at rates to be prescribed by the Secretary of the Army.