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Delivery of Registered Mail to Addressee or Authorized Agent
and mail orderlies (see figure 7-19).  Prepare this form as follows: Step 1:  Check the block of the type of accountable mail to be delivered. Step 2:  Enter the name of the unit of address or activity and the bill number. Bill numbers should be in sequence starting with the number 1 each calendar year. Step 3:  Enter the registered numbers of the articles to be delivered  (maximum  of  20  per  PS  Form  3883), complete the code block by following the instructions in the * block below the 20 line entry spaces, and enter the office of origin. Step 4: Close the bill by drawing a diagonal line through the unused portions of the bill. Step 5:  Enter the date of delivery. Step 6:  Delivery clerk signs name in this space. Step 7:  Postmark with the APDS all copies of the set. Step 8:  Mail clerk or mail orderly enters total number of articles received. Step  9:   Mail  clerk  or  mail  orderly  prints  then  signs name. Before making any entries the receiving mail clerk or mail orderly must show a validated DD Form 285 (Appointment  of  Military  Postal  Clerk,  Unit  Mail Clerk, or Mail Orderly).  The mail clerk or mail orderly must verify that the registry numbers of the articles are properly listed before signing PS Form 3883.  Once the 7-19 PCf0719 8 1 3 4 4 2 6 5 7 9 Figure 7-19.—An example of a PS Form 3883.

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