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3-59. 3-60. 3-61. When  will  the  ship’s  store officer  conduct  spot  check inventories? 1. Daily 2. Weekly 3. Monthly 4. At  unannounced  times What  are  the  procedures normally  used  for  taking  spot check  inventories? 1. 2. 3. 4. The bulk storeroom custodian  indicates  the balance on hand of each item on the Intra-Store Transfer Data, NAVSUP Form 973, after a breakout or issue The  bulk  storeroom custodian  will  receive  a locally  prepared  spot  check inventory  sheet  from  the ship’s  store  officer  and count  the  items  listed  on it A  two-count  inventory  is conducted  with  one  person counting  and  one  recording The  ship’s  store  officer selects  certain  items, enters  them  on  an  Inventory Count Sheet, NAVSUP Form 238,  and  counts  them Tax-free  tobacco  products  may be sold in the ship’s store only when the ship is in what location? 1. Outside  the  3-mile  limit of the United States 2. In  international  waters 3. Inside a United States port 4. Inside the 3-mile limit of the United States 3-62. In addition to the normal ship’s  store  inventory  cycles, how  often  should  tax-free cigarettes  be  inventoried? 1. When  departing  the  3-mile limit of the United States only 2. When  arriving  within  the 3-mile limit of the United States only 3. When  arriving  within  a CONUS port only 4. When  departing  from  or arriving  within  the  3-mile limit of the United States 3-63. Tax-free  tobacco  products  must be removed from the retail store while the ship is in a United  States  port.  An exception to this rule would be when time does not warrant moving  the  products  and  the ship’s stay in port does not exceed how many days? 1. 5 days 2. 10 days 3. 15  days 4. 30 days 3-64. Tax-free  tobacco  products  need not be inventoried when the ship  arrives  within  the  3-mile limit of the United States if the  tax-free  tobacco  products are stowed in a storeroom secured by replacing the lock and  attaching  a  numbered  car seal. The  above  procedure  is authorized  at  the  discretion  of the  commanding  officer  when  the ship is scheduled to depart beyond the 3-mile limit of the United  States  within  what maximum  time  period? 1. 1 day 2. 5 days 3. 3 days 4. 15 days Learning  Objective: Identify the  procedures  and  regulations used to properly stow ship’s store stock. (cont’d) 29

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