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Figure 3-4.-Spot  check inventories
13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. Are you careful not to record your combination anywhere except on the piece  of  paper  placed  in  the  sealed  envelope? YES NO Did  the  ship’s  store  officer  place  transparent  tape  over  the  flaps  of  the sealed  envelope  that  you  and  he  or  she  signed? YES NO Does   the   responsible   custodian   of   the   bulk   storeroom   refrain   from disclosing the combination to the keyless padlock on the bulk storeroom to  any  other  person? YES NO If  articles  other  than  ship’s  store  or  standard  Navy  clothing  stock  are stowed  in  the  bulk  storeroom,  does  the  commanding  officer  authorize such  action? YES NO Are  only  authorized  personnel  allowed  into  the  bulk  storeroom? YES NO Are  small  high-value  items  stowed  in  a  locked  security  room  or  cage  within the bulk storeroom when possible and, if not, are they kept out of sight? YES NO Are adjacent passageways to bulk storerooms kept well lighted and are all  lights  operational? YES Do  shipboard  security  watches  frequently  check  your during  the  day  and  night? YES If  the  bulk  storeroom  has  any  accessible  openings,  are using  bars,  grilles,  or  expanded  metal? YES NO bulk   storeroom NO they secured by NO Is the responsible custodian prohibited from keeping personal belongings in  the  bulk  storeroom? YES NO Figure 3-3.—Bulk storeroom security evaluation sheet—Continued. and  stock  numbers.  The  responsible  custodian Tax-Free  Tobacco  Products will  go  to  the  bulk  storeroom,  make  the  counts, and return the spot check inventory sheets to the ship’s  store  officer.  The  ship’s  store  officer  will compare the counts with the amounts shown on the  NAVSUP  Form  464  to  make  sure  inventory accuracy  is  maintained  at  100  percent.  Any differences  will  be  handled  as  a  gain  or  loss  by inventory.   Ships   operating   under   combined responsibility  are  not  required  to  do  spot  check inventories. 3-7 As  the  bulk  storeroom  custodian,  you  will become  directly  involved  in  maintaining  accounta- bility  for  tax-free  tobacco  products.  Tax-free tobacco  products  must  be  strictly  accounted  for because they cannot be sold within the 3-mile limit of  the  United  States.  Several  tax-free  tobacco products   will   probably   be   stowed   in   your storeroom  especially  when  your  ship  is  going through   several   extensive   underway   periods.

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