381 § 6087. Sale of meals by general messes Under such regulations as the Secretary of the Navy prescribes, meals may be sold by general messes afloat and ashore. CHAPTER
559.—MISCELLANEOUS PROHIBITIONS PENALTIES
6111. Pay: withheld during absence due to use of alcohol or drugs. 6112. Pay: oflacers; withheld while employed by certain contractors. 6113. Loans: Supply Corps oflScers. 6114. Civilian employment: enlisted members. 6115. Drill pay; uniform gratuity: time limit forfilingclaim. 6116. Service credit: officers; service as midshipman or cadet not counted. § 6111. P a y: withheld during absence due to use of alcohol or drugs A member of the naval service on active duty who is absent from his regular duties for a continuous period of more than one day because of disease that is directly caused by and immediately follows his intemperate use of alcoholic liquor or habit-forming drugs is not entitled to pay for the period of that absence. However, each member whose pay is so forfeited for more than one month is entitled to $5 for personal expenses for each full month that his pay is forfeited. Determinations of periods and causes of absence under this section shall be made as prescribed by the Secretary of the Navy and are final and conclusive. §6112.
P a y: officers; withheld while employed by certain contractors (a) A n officer of the Regular Navy or the Regular Marine Corps, other than a retired officer, may not be employed by any person furnishing naval supplies or war materials to the United States. If such an officer is so employed, he is not entitled to any payment from the United States during that employment. (b) If a retired officer of the Regular Navy or the Regular Marine Corps is engaged for himself or others in selling, or contracting o r negotiating to sell, naval supplies or war materials to the Department of the Navy, he is not entitled to any payment from the United States while he is so engaged. § 6113. Loans: Supply Corps officers Except as otherwise provided by law, an officer in the Supply Corps on active duty may not advance or lend any sum of money, public or private, or any article or commodity and may not extend credit to any officer of the naval service on active duty. § 6114. Civilian employment: enlisted members Except as provided in section 6223 of this title, no enlisted member of the naval service on active duty may be ordered or permitted to leave his post to engage in a civilian pursuit or business, or a performance in civil life, for emolument, hire, or otherwise, if the pursuit, business, or performance interferes with the customary or regular employment of local civilians in their art, trade, or profession.