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828 PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 681 -OCT. 12, 1949 [63 STAT. ENLISTED PERSONS--CLOTHING ALLOWANCE SEC. 505. The President may prescribe the quantity and kind of clothing which shall be furnished annually to enlisted men of the Army, the Navy, the Air Force, the Marine Corps, the Coast Guard, the Naval Reserve, the Marine Corps Reserve, the National Guard, the Air National Guard, the National Guard of the United States, the Air National Guard of the United States, the Organized Reserve Corps, the Air Force Reserve, and the Coast Guard Reserve, and he may prescribe the amount of a cash allowance to be paid to such enlisted men in any case in which clothing is not so furnished to them. ALLOWANCE--SHORE PATROL DUTY SEC. 506. Officers, midshipmen, and cadets of the Navy, the Marine Corps, and the Coast Guard when absent from a vessel or designated post of duty while assigned to shore patrol duty may be paid their actual expenses. PAY AND ALLOWANCES-ENLISTED MEN-PHILIPPINE SCOUTS-INSULAR FORCE OF THE NAVY SEC. 507. (a) The pay and allowances of whatever nature and kind to be authorized for the enlisted men of the Philippine Scouts shall be fixed by the Secretary of the Army and shall not exceed or be of other classes than those now or which may hereafter be authorized by law for enlisted men of the Regular Army. (b) The pay and allowances of whatever nature and kind to be authorized for the enlisted men of the insular force of the Navy shall be fixed by the Secretary of the Navy, and shall not exceed or be of other classes than those now, or which may hereafter be authorized by law for enlisted men of the Regular Navy. PAY AND ALLOWANCES-CADETS AND MIDSHIPMEN SEC. 508. Cadets at the United States Military Academy, midship- men at the United States Naval Academy, and cadets at the Coast Guard Academy shall be entitled to receive pay at the rate of $936 per annum, and to receive allowances as now or hereafter provided by law for midshipmen in the Navy, and to transportation, including reimblursemiient of traveling expenses, while traveling under orders as a cadet or midshipman. ASSIMILATION TO PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF COMMISSIONED OFFICERS Ante, pp. 805,812. SEC. 509. The provisions of titles II and III of this Act shall apply equally to those persons serving, not as commissioned officers in any of the uniformed services, but whose pay or allowances, or both, under existing law are assimilated to the pay and allowances of a commis- sioned officer of any grade or rank of any of the uniformed services. DAILY RATE OF PAY AND ALLOWANCES SEC. 510. Members of the uniformed services who shall become entitled to receive any pay and allowances authorized by this Act for a continuous period of less than one month shall be entitled to receive such pay and allowances for each day of such period at the rate of one-thirtieth of the monthly amount of such pay and allowances, and the thirty-first day of a calendar month shall not be excluded from the computation.