256 (c) A n enlisted member of the Army on active duty is entitled to one ration daily. The emergency ration, when issued, is in addition to the regular ration. (d) Fresh or preserved fruits, milk, butter, and eggs necessary for the proper diet of the sick in hospitals shall be provided under regulations prescribed by the Surgeon General and approved by the Secretary. §4562. Clothing The President may prescribe the quantity and kind of clothing to be issued annually to members of the Army. §4563.
C l o t h i n g: replacement when destroyed to prevent contagion Upon the recommendation of the Surgeon General, the Secretary of the Army may order a gratuitous issue of clothing to any enlisted member of the Army who has had a contagious disease, and to any hospital attendant who attended him while he had that disease, to replace clothing destroyed by order of an officer of the Medical Corps to prevent contagion. §4564.
Navy and Marine Corps: camp equipment and transportation; when on shore duty with Army While any detachment of the Navy or Marine Coips is on shore duty in cooperation with troops of the Army, the officer of the Army designated by the Secretary of the Army shall, upon the requisition of the officer of the Navy or Marine Corps in command of the detachment, issue rations and camp equipment, and furnish transportation, to that detachment. § 4565. Colors, standard s, and guidons of demobilized organizations: disposition (a) The Secretary of the Army may dispose of colors, standards, and guidons of demobilized organizations of the Army, as follows: (1) Those brought into Federal service by the Army National Guard of a State may be returned to that State upon the request of its governor. (2) Those that cannot be returned under clause (1) may, upon the request of its governor, be sent to the State that, as determined by the Secretary, furnished the majority of members of the organization when it was formed. Those that cannot be returned or sent under clause (1) or (2) of this subsection shall be delivered to the Quartermaster General for such national use as the Secretary may direct. (b) Title to colors, standards, and guidons of demobilized organizations of the Army remains in the United States. (c) No color, standard, or guidon may be disposed of under this section unless provision satisfactory to the Secretary has been made for its preservation and care. C H A P T E R 437.—UTILITIES A N D SERVICES Sec.
4591. Utilities: proceeds from overseas operations. 4592. Radio^ams and telegrams: forwarding charges due connecting commercial facilities. 4593. Quarters: heat and light.