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Subsistence Ledger, NAVSUP Form 335
Figure 2-7.-DD Form 1348-1, an erroneous invoice. Erroneous   Invoice   From   Commercial Sources.— When an invoice is received containing an error of any dollar value, a corrected invoice should be requested  from  the  commercial  vendor.  The  error  will be  lined  through  without  erasing  the  erroneous  figure and the correct amount will be inserted and posted to the NAVSUP  Form  1336  and  the  NAVSUP  Form  367. Upon  receipt,  the retained  returns. Posting  Receipts When you are corrected invoice will be filed with posting  receipts,  there  are  two  pieces of information that must be transcribed to general mess records. They are the quantity received and the value of the receipt. Receipts are posted to the Record of Receipts and  Expenditures,  NAVSUP  Form  367;  the  Subsistence Ledger,  NAVSUP  Form  335;  the  Stock  Tally  Card, NAVSUP Form 209; and the Requisition Log, NAVSUP Form 1336. The total money value of each receipt document is posted to the NAVSUP Form 367. The first entry is always the inventory value carried forward from the previous  quarter.  Next,  each  receipt  document  is  posted to the applicable page of the NAVSUP Form 335. A separate page of the NAVSUP Form 335 is prepared for each item carried in stock. One difference you should notice is the unit price. Stock food items have two unit prices, the fixed price and the last receipt price. Since the purchase price for food items on the commercial market fluctuates and the general  mess  (GM)  must  operate  on  a  fixed  ration allowance,  the  Navy  Food  Service  Systems  Office (NAVFSSO) establishes a fixed price for most items that are used in the GM. Thus, the same charge is made throughout the accounting period for an item with a fixed price regardless of the current market or last receipt  price.   On the other hand, the last receipt price and the date an item is received are entered in the spaces provided to allow this price to be used to survey, transfer, or sell items to private messes. Also, this price is used to charge out items that do not have fixed prices to the GM  and  to  extend  the  inventory  value. The use of the Stock Tally Card, NAVSUP Form 209, is optional but strongly recommended. If the cards are used, both the bulk storeroom storekeeper and the jack-of-the-dust  should  maintain  separate  sets.  When both the issue and bulk storerooms are under the custody of the same storekeeper, only one set of stock tally cards needs to be maintained to show the total stock on hand 2-7

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