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Cash Register Record
ACCOUNTING  FOR  CASH Each  store  operator  is  responsible  for  the  cash collected from sales as long as it is in his or her possession. Cash is usually collected at the close of  each  business  day  by  the  ship’s  store  officer or a designated collection agent. Two records are maintained   in   which   the   cash   collection   is recorded.  In  addition  to  these  records,  ROM  users will  enter  cash  collections  in  the  cash  receipt function  daily,  or  as  soon  as  practical. Cash Receipt Book The Cash Receipt Book, NAVSUP Form 470, has  already  been  mentioned  often  in  this  chapter. The NAVSUP Form 470 shows receipt for all cash and  overring  or  refund  vouchers,  if  any,  turned in  to  the  ship’s  store  officer  or  cash  collection agent.   This   cash   receipt   book   is   kept   in   the custody  of  each  sales  outlet  operator.  The designated  cash  collection  agent,  when  making  the daily   collections   from   the   sales   outlets,   must receipt for all cash in the cash receipt book. (See fig. 2-9.) When the cash collection agent is making collections, the ship’s store officer will review the cash receipt book daily, or at least twice a week, and will initial entries. In addition, the ship’s store officer will compare the amounts entered on the ROM with the amounts entered in the NAVSUP Form  470  once  a  week.  Spaces  are  provided  in the  cash  receipt  book  for  the  date;  the  amount of cash turned in (which is written out in words and also entered in figures); and the signature of the person collecting, as well as that of the sales outlet operator. Whenever an error is made, draw a line through the entire line and write the correct information   in   the   following   space.   Line-outs must be initialed by the sales outlet operator and the person making collections. No alterations are allowed. Whenever the store is closed for 72 hours or more,  record  it  in  the  cash  receipt  book.  Record Figure 2-9.—Cash Receipt Book, NAVSUP Form 470. 2-22

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