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1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 512 (496)

1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition
1947-48 Theatre Catalog
1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 512
Page 512


1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 512

Size Description of Motor VModel Make FManuiacturer Serial No. Mfg. No. $155.? Mfg. Cat No. V R. P. M. Serial No. H. P. Current Phase Cycles Voltage





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FIGURE IST"Inv. 5? Iis a 42-by-B-inch card, used for furniture and large equipment and provides for intermanon pertaining to motorized equipment. The reverse side of this form is identical with that shown in Figure 14. While provision is made for distribution of items recorded on these terms, in most cases the items are of a type which would not be distributed, so few original entries are made.

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Continuing Inventory of Supplies





Item ....................... - . Shop .......................... - Kind . . . . . . . . . . - .. ........ - - School No .................... - - Dcplrtmenr .................... - ITEM mourn- lsSUED rrzu moum' ISSUED pm: uzr NUMBER WITHDRAWN To "LANCE DATE "7" Nunux wrruoluwu To BALANCE















































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FIGURE lG-Separate forms have been provided for all shops under the supervision of the Department of .Vocational and Industrial Arts. One of these terms is this "luv. 6" on continuing inventory of supplies. Physical checks are made by supervisors from the central office of this division once a year, and, frequently, twice a year. Slightly more detail is provided for the special needs.

FIGURE 17-The equipment inventory, "luv. 7," is another at the forms such as that of Figure la, :l'he items recorded on these forms are not duplicated on any other stock terms and, even though the items are maintained in the school where the principal is the responsible otticer, they are under the superwsion ot the Vocational and Industrial Arts Division. Physical checks are generally made annually.

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EQUIPMENT INVENTORY

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Item ............................ - - Shop ............................ - Mfg ............................. - - School No ............... - - Dept ............................ I ' , QUANTITY Date or No. AT CLOSE OF SCHOOL YEAR Dare Recd Stu * M d I Mt' N . New Used 0 e ii a MfK- can Unlir for urex Lou Total in good condition1









































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Fill our in ink. Place a check mark in Ill column: where the inform-don called for cannot be obtained. New or additional equipment recorded when received.

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once a year, especially when the main objective is ascertaining annual needs. When the principal purpose of a continuous inventory of supply item is to build up a Huse recordll in the schools as a basis of intelligent ordering, this result can be accomplished with less effort by maintaining a continuing record of the periodical physical inventories, including a record of amounts ordered, from which is computed the amount used for a given period.

Three special forms are used for such purposes. These are indicated ttlnv. 1," ttInv, 2," ttlnv. 3i, and ltInv. 5" (Figures 12, 13, 14, and 15). Figures 12 and 13 are identical except that they are in two sizes, Figure 12 being a single card and Figure 13 a twofold card. These two forms are used for classroom and janitorial supplies and small equipment. Figure 14 is used for books and small equipment (tools, drawing instruments, and so forth) that are loaned out, to classes usually, and returned at the end of the semester or course. Figure 15 is used for furniture and large equipment and provides for information pertaining to motorized equipment. While provision is made for distribution of items recorded on these forms, in most cases the items are of a type that would not be distributed and few, if any, other than the original entries are recorded. In schools, the principal is the responsible odicer for maintaining these records. Once a year, in normal times, the supply and equipment supervisors itspotl, check the schools, going unannounced directly to the school to examine the records and make Comparisons and checks against the storeroom and classroom stocks and building equipment. When it is deemed advisable, a complete physical count is made. Such checks have resulted occasionally in bringing to light surplus stocks or unused stocks that have deteriorated because of failure to have them put into use at the proper time. Since these continuing inventories have been in use, however, the problem of surplus and deteriorated stock have been almost entirely eliminated. Provision is made in the annual requisitions, by special forms, for having the schools report surplus and obsolete items. These are picked up, appraised and, when found usable, returned to warehouse stock.

In addition to the foregoing forms, separate forms have been provided for all shops under the supervision of the Department of Vocational and Industrial Arts. These forms are designated, as follows: ltContinuing Inventory of Suppliesil (Figure 16) and "Equipment Inventoryli (Figure 17). The items recorded on these forms are not duplicated on any other stock forms and, even though the items are maintained in the school where the principal is the responsible otiicer, they are under the supervision of the Vocational and Industrial Arts Division. Physical checks are made by the supervisors from the central office of this division at least once a year, frequently twice a year. Because of the highly specialized nature of these items, it has been found more desirable to segregate the records from those of items in general use. Slightly more detail is provided for to meet special needs for replacement, distribution, and life of service.

THEATRE CATALOG 1947-48
1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 512