378 (b) This section does not impose any administrative requirements that would interfere with the proper functioning of battle organizations. § 6030. N u r s e Corps officers: authority (a) Officers in the Nurse Corps have authority in medical and sanitary matters and other work within the line of their professional duties in activities of the Medical Department after officers in the Medical Corps, Dental Corps, and Medical Service Corps. (b) Officers in the Nurse Corps may exercise such military authority, other than command, as the Secretary of the Navy prescribes. § 6031. C h a p l a i n s: divine services (a) An officer in the Chaplain Corps may conduct public worship according to the manner and forms of the church of which he is a member. (b) The commanders of vessels and naval activities to which chaplains are attached shall cause divine service to be performed on Sunday, whenever the weather and other circumstances allow it to be done; and it is earnestly recommended to all officers, seamen, and others in the naval service diligently to attend at every performance of the worship of Almighty God. (c) All persons in the Navy and in the Marine Corps are enjoined to behave themselves in a reverent and becoming manner during divine service. (d) Each chaplain shall report annually to the Secretary of the Navy the official services performed by him. § 6032. Indebtedness to Marine Corps E x c h a n g e s: payment from a p p r o p r i a t e d funds in certain cases Under regulations prescribed by the Secretary of the Navy, appropriations for the pay of the Marine Corps are available to pay any mdebtedness to Marine Corps Exchanges of members of the Marine Corps who are discharged, who desert, or who are sentenced to prison. § 6033. Woman m e m b e r: definition of dependents (a) Except for the purposes of sections 231-319 of title 37, the husband of a woman member of the Regular Navy, the Regular Marine Corps, the Fleet Reserve or the Fleet Marine Corps Reserve may not be considered a dependent unless he is in fact dependent on his wife for his chief support, and the child of such a member may not be considered a dependent unless his father is dead or he is in fact dependent on his mother for his chief support. (b) The husband of a woman member of the Naval Reserve or the Marine Corps Reserve may not be considered a dependent unless he is in fact dependent on his wife for over half of his support, and the child of such a member may not be considered a dependent Unless he is in fact dependent on his mother for over half of his support.