7-30. 2 years.
7-31. Registry clerk.7-32. Three-position, changeable combination padlock.
Answers to review questions for chapter 8.
8-2. True.8-3. Single, sheets, books, coils.
8-5. Books of stamps are sold for protection and convenience.
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 clerks 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
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 commands accumulated cash amounts to 25 percent of total fixed
8-21. PS Form 17.
8-22. PS Form 3295.
8-24. Postage meter head and meter base.
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
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.