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The representative then presents the order to the retail  store  operator.  The  store  operator  assembles the required stock and the representative makes the  purchase.  This  method  is  convenient  aboard a  transport  as  the  representative  can  purchase ship’s store stock at times other than the regular hours  of  operation. BULK  SALES.—  Bulk sales can be made to any activity that is authorized to buy ship’s store stock at cost price. Normally, bulk sales are made to  Navy  exchanges,  Military  Sealift  Command exchanges,  and  other  ships  that  do  not  operate ship’s  stores.  Bulk  sales  can  be  made  to  other ships   whenever   these   ships   are   not   provided with  a  composite  recreation  fund.  For  example, submarines  are  normally  provided  with  recrea- tion   funds   by   a   submarine   tender   (AS).   The crew  on  a  submarine  must  buy  stock  at  retail from   the   ship’s   store   aboard   their   own tender. Generally,   a   representative   of   the   activity desiring to buy stock at cost will notify the ship’s store  officer  a  day  or  two  in  advance.  The  advance notice  allows  the  ship’s  store  officer  to  check available  stocks  and  ready  them  for  sale.  The representative  then  presents  a  DD  1149,  as  shown in   figure   6-2,   listing   the   items   desired   and quantities  requested  to  the  ship’s  store  officer.  The recordkeeper  adds  the  unit  cost  prices  and  cost extensions.  The  statements  Approved  (signed  by the ship’s store officer), Payment Received (signed by  the  store  operator),  and  Material   Received (signed by the receiver) are added to the DD 1149. Refer  to  figure  6-2. Bulk  sales  are  normally  made  through  the resale  outlet  since  cash  is  being  received. Therefore,  any  items  that  carry  a  markup  must Figure  6-2.—Documentation  for  a  bulk  sale. 6-11

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