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7-30.  2 years. 7-31.  Registry clerk.7-32.  Three-position, changeable combination padlock. Answers to review questions for chapter 8. 8-1. 1860. 8-2.  True.8-3.  Single, sheets, books, coils. 8-4. 100. 8-5.  Books of stamps are sold for protection and convenience. 8-6. 100. 8-7.  True. 8-8.  Regular (Definitive) stamps, commemorative stamps, and special stamps. 8-9.  $.01 and $5. 8-10.  For the observance of historical events, to honor noted persons, and to emphasize topics of national importance or interest. 8-11.  Aerogrammes, stamped cards, and stamped envelopes. 8-12. Stamp or cash drawers are used to hold the window clerk’s stamp stock and cash, and to keep the stock out of reach and sight of customers. 8-13.  When you walk away from your stamp stock, lock it up. 8-14. Postal clerks can be held liable for postal losses when they do not comply with handling and storing instructions. 8-15.  $25 per person. 8-16.  OPNAVINST 5112.6. 8-17.  Commanding officer.8-18.  Weekly. 8-19.  $250 (including the $50 change fund). 8-20. Monthly or when the total command’s accumulated cash amounts to 25 percent of total fixed credit. 8-21.  PS Form 17. 8-22.  PS Form 3295. 8-23. $500. 8-24.  Postage meter head and meter base. 8-25. $99.99. 8-26.  Ascending and descending. 8-27.  PS Form 3602-PO. 8-28.  The key is used to lock the meter when the meter is not under personal supervision of the operator. 8-29.  True. 8-30.   Money order service means issuing and cashing domestic money orders, remittance of money order funds, and the preparation and submitting of money order reports. 8-31.  Money order, voucher, customers receipt, and 2 carbons. AI-7

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