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Receipts  and  expenditures—Continued receipts—Continued stowage,  5-6  to  5-7 supervising  receipts,  5-2  to  5-4 receipts  directly  into  the  ship’s store,  5-2  to  5-3 receipts  of  bonus-free  items,  5-4 receipts  of  partial  shipments,  5-3 to  5-4 receipts  of  shipments  without invoices,  5-4 receipts  on  board  ship,  5-2 short,  excess,  or  damaged  ship- ments, 5-3 Records  and  returns,  7-1  to  7-34 analysis  of  ship’s  store  operations,  7-26 to  7-30 external  analysis,  7-29  to  7-30 FAADC  analysis,  7-29 NAVRESSO  analysis,  7-29  to 7-30 internal  analysis,  7-26  to  7-29 markups,  7-27 operation  expenses,  7-27 sales-stock  ratio,  7-26  to  7-27 Ship’s  Store  Profits,  Navy,  7-28 to  7-29 vending  machines,  amusement machines,  and  dollar  bill changers,  7-27  to  7-28 auditing  returns,  7-14  to  7-26 assembling and substantiating the returns,  7-19  to  7-26 arrangement  of  original  and retained returns, 7-24 disposition  of  retained  returns, 7-26 forwarding  of  original  returns, 7-25  to  7-26 make  up  of  original  (forwarding) and  retained  records,  7-24 delay  and  delinquency,  7-14 merged  returns,  7-14 Ship’s  Store  Balance  Sheet  and Profit  and  Loss  Statement,  7-14 to  7-19 additional  requirements,  7-18 certification  statement,  7-18 distribution   of   the   NAVCOMPT 153, 7-18 to 7-19 Expenditures  caption,  7-14  to 7-17 Profit  and  Loss  Statement  (Ex- penditures  section),  7-17  to 7-18 Records  and  returns—Continued auditing  returns—Continued Ship’s  Store  Balance  Sheet  and Profit  and  Loss  Statement—Con- tinued Profit  and  Loss  Statement  (Re- ceipts  section),  7-17 profit   computations,   7-18 Receipts  caption,  7-14 auditing  techniques,  7-6  to  7-14 auditing  closeout,  7-6  to  7-14 Journal  of  Expenditures,  7-10 to  7-14 Journal  of  Receipts,  7-10 Ship’s  Store  Afloat  Financial Control  Record,  7-8  to  7-10 stock  record  cards,  7-6  to  7-8 inventories,  7-2  to  7-6 definition  and  purpose,  7-3 mid-accounting  period  inventory,  7-6 preparation  for  inventory,  7-3  to  7-4 advance  recording,  7-4 inventory  sheets,  7-3  to  7-4 inventory  teams,  7-3 scheduling,  7-4 supervision  of  procedures,  7-4  to  7-6 actual  count,  7-4 extending  and  summarizing  the inventories,  7-6 first  count,  7-4 inventory  affidavit,  7-5 price  line  inventory,  7-5 reconciliation  of  the  first  and second  counts,  7-5 second  count,  7-5 security, 7-5 verification  of  stock  records,  7-5 to  7-6 operational  objectives,  7-30  to  7-31 ship’s  store  profits,  7-1  to  7-2 charges  against  ship’s  store  profits, 7-2 general  fund,  7-1  to  7-2 recreation  fund,  7-2 ships  without  Supply  Corps  officers, 7-32  to  7-34 closeout  of  records,  7-32 closing  out  the  cashbook,  7-32 closing  out  the  NAVSUP  209, 7-32 inventories,  7-32 preparation  of  the  Financial  Control Record,  7-32  to  7-37 Recreation  fund,  7-2 References,  AVI-1  to  AVI-2 I-6

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