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APPENDIX  I DEFINITIONS OF SHIP’S STORE TERMS ACCOUNTABILITY.  Accountability  is  the personal obligation on the part of the ship’s store officer  to  render  an  accounting  of  ship’s  store property  and  funds. ACCOUNTABLE   OFFICER.   The   account- able  officer  is  the  ship’s  store  officer. ACCOUNTING   PERIOD.   An   accounting period  is  any  period  for  which  returns  must  be submitted.   It   is   normally   a   4-month   period ending  31  January,  31  May,  and  30  September. BONUS-FREE  ITEMS.  Bonus-free  items  are received from a vendor free of charge as a bonus for  placing  an  order. BREAKBACK.  A  breakback  is  a  transfer  of an  item  from  a  sales  outlet  back  to  the  bulk storeroom. BREAKOUT.  A  breakout  is  a  transfer  of material from the bulk storeroom to a sales outlet or  service  activity. BULK  SALE.  A  bulk  sale  is  a  sale  made  at cost   to   an   activity   authorized   to   buy   in   this manner. BULK  SALESROOM.  A  bulk  salesroom  is  a separate  cash  sales  unit  established  in  a  bulk storeroom  from  which  bulk  sales  are  made. BULK  STOREROOM.  A  bulk  storeroom  is a main storage facility for all or part of the stock in  a  ship’s  store  operation.  No  sales  are  made from  a  bulk  storeroom. BULK  STOREROOM  CUSTODIAN.  A  bulk storeroom  custodian  is  a  person  in  charge  of  a bulk  storeroom.  In  separate  responsibility  y  opera- tions,  the  custodian  is  responsible  for  the  stock by  quantity  on  individual  stock  records. CLOTHING ITEMS. Refer to Standard Navy Clothing  Items. COMBINED  RESPONSIBILITY  OPERA- TION.  A  combined  responsibility  operation  is  a ship’s  store  operation  in  which  one  person  is responsible  for  both  a  sales  outlet  and  the  bulk storeroom  that  supplies  that  outlet. COMPOSITE   RECREATION   FUND.   A composite  recreation  fund  is  a  fund  in  which  a ship  without  a  ship’s  store  shares  in  the  profits of  the  supporting  ship’s  store.  For  example,  an SSN/SSBN supported by an AS receives a share of the ship’s store profits from the AS to be used as  the  SSN/SSBN’s  recreation  fund. COST ITEM. A cost item is an item of ship’s store  stock  carried  for  ultimate  issue  as  cost  of operations  and  cost  of  sales. COST  OF  OPERATIONS  ISSUE.  A  cost  of operations  issue  is  an  expenditure  of  stock  for ultimate  consumption  in  a  ship’s  store  activity. COST  OF  OPERATIONS  ITEMS.  Cost  of operations items are cost items carried for ultimate issue to ship’s store activities and for which cash is  not  ultimately  received. COST  PRICE.  A  cost  price  of  an  item  is  the price  at  which  an  item  is  received  from  the supplier.   Standard   Navy   clothing   is   sold   and issued at cost price. Cost of operations items are issued  at  cost  price. COST OF SALES ITEMS. Cost of sales items are cost items carried for issue to a sales outlet. Cash  is  ultimately  received  for  cost  of  sales  items. They differ from retail items in that further pro- cessing  is  required  before  sale. CREDIT  MEMORANDUM.  A  credit  memo- randum  is  a  document  received  from  a  vendor which   gives   credit   to   a   ship   for   merchandise returned  to  the  vendor. AI-1

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