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SHIP’S  STORE  OFFICER—The  officer  in charge  of  the  ship’s  store  operation  aboard  a  ship. The ship’s store officer is the accountable officer. SNACK BAR—A sales outlet where ice cream products, drinks, and retail snack items such as candy  and  cookies  are  sold. SNACK   BAR   OPERATOR—The   person   in charge  of  the  snack  bar. SPECIAL  ORDER—The  procurement  and sale  of  a  retail  item  to  a  specified  individual who   has   ordered   the   item.   The   item   is   sold through   a   retail   store,   but   is   not   carried   as stock . SPOT    INVENTORIES—Inventories    of selected  items  in  the  bulk  storeroom  taken  at unannounced  times  for  the  purpose  of  ensuring that inventory accuracy of the bulk storeroom is maintained  at  100  percent. STANDARD  NAVY  CLOTHING  ITEMS— Items authorized in the Navy Clothing Price List for  Men  and  Women,  NAVRESSO  Pub  90. STANDARD  PRICE—The  price  at  which  an item  of  standard  Navy  clothing  is  bought  and sold. STANDARD   PRICE   ADJUSTMENT—An involuntary  price  change  on  stocked  standard Navy clothing due to a change on standard prices prescribed  in  the  Navy  Clothing  Price  List  for Men  and  Women,  NAVRESSO  Pub  90. STOCK   CONTROL—The   means   by   which the monetary and physical movement of all stock within  the  ship’s  store  operation  is  controlled. SURVEY—An   expenditure   of   stock   for immediate  disposal.  Surveys  reduce  accountability. TRANSFER—The   movement   of   stock   from the  accountability  of  one  ship’s  store  officer  to that  of  another. TRANSMITTAL—A  group  of  documents  or records   sent   to   another   naval   activity   for information   or   action. VENDING MACHINE—A sales outlet where canned  or  cup-type  drinks,  candy,  cookies, cigarettes,  and  other  retail  items  are  sold. VENDING   MACHINE   CUSTODIAN—The person  in  charge  of  the  vending  machine  opera- tion. VISUAL  MERCHANDISING—The  display of merchandise in ship’s store activities. Rotation and  arrangement  of  stock,  lighting,  and  signing help   increase   salability. AI-5

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