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62 SMOKELESS POWDER Tests. Monthly. Also QUARTERLY, SEMITo: Bureau of Ordnance.

ANNUALLY AND ANNUALLY,
Form: N. Ord. 67.
By: Ordnance officer through C. O.
Reporting all monthly tests. (See inspections.) One copy.
File: 4-1.

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TARGET PRACTICE.

MONTHLY. To: Base commander. Form: Letter. By: Ordnance officer through C. O. Copy to force commander. File: 11-2,

1 65 Special Muster Roll.

MONTHLY. To: Bureau of Navigation. Form: Letter. By: Commanding officer. Showing complete alphabetical list of men on

board arranged in three groups: (1) U. S. Navy; (2) U. S. Naval Reserve; (3) National Naval Volunteers. List also shows any changes

made during month since last report. Copies to: Base commander (1). Ref.: Force commander's cable 139; base commander's letter 26 October,

1917. File: 8-8. Muster roll filed in executive officer's office.

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TEMPERATURE OF MAGAZINES.

MONTHLY, WHEN TEMPERATURE To: Bureau of Ordnance.

IS OVER 90°. Form: N. Ord. 43. By: Ordnance officer (C. O.) through fleet commander. Also enter on

back under remarks, temperatures of outside air, both maximum and

minimum, on days on which temperatures of goo or above are reported. Ref.: C.-in-C.'s letter 114, 12 January, 1912. File: 4-1.

ROSTER OF OFFICERS.

MONTHLY. To: Force commander. Form: Special (F.C.'s). Replaces N. Nav. 343. By: Commanding officer. In triplicate on ist of month. Through base

commander to force commander (1) (original) direct. Bureau of

Navigation (1).
Ref.: Bureau Cir. L. 17-17, October 10, 1917, Par. 13.
File: 32-1.

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SANITARY REPORT.

MONTHLY. To: Commander of base. Form: Letter in accordance with base commander's medical instructions,

31 December, 1917. By: M.O. Copies to: Base commander (1), force commander (1), through B.C. File: 202.

70 REQUESTS FOR TRANSFER.

MONTHLY.
To: Bureau of Navigation.
Form: Letter giving list of all men requesting transfer or exchange.

See BuNav. circular letter 3281-21, May 3, 1912.
By: Commanding officer.
File: 8-1.

71 REPORT OF ENLISTMENTS.

MONTHLY WHEN ANY OCCUR. To: Bureau of Navigation. Form: 4B. By: Executive officer through C. O. Ref.: I. 5221 (6). File: 8-5.

72 Radio OPERATORS REPORT.

MONTHLY. To: Bureau of Navigation. Division of Radio, Radio, Va. Form: N. Nay. 30. By: C. O. Copies to: F. C. and B. C. Report also called "Men Detailed for Radio duty Report.”

74 Smooth Log Book.

MONTHLY OR WHEN COMPLETED. To: Bureau of Navigation. Form: 20. By: Navigator through C. O. Copy: Rough, retained on board in loose leaf binder. Ref.: I. 5221 (4). Filed: Navigator's log room.

75 STATISTICAL REPORT.

MONTHLY. To: Bureau of Medicine and Surgery. Form: N. M. S. K. (quarterly report form). By: M. O. through C. O. Copies to: Bu. M. & S. through B.C. (1), base commander (1), force

commander (1), through B. C. File: M.O.'s office.

104 PROJECTILES (AMMUNITION CARD). SEMI-ANNUALLY, OR WHEN ANY To: Bureau of Ordnance.

CHANGES OCCUR ON COMMISForm: N. Ord. 42.

SIONING AND Going Out, June By: Commanding officer.

30 and December 31. Copy to flotilla commander. Whenever ammunition is transferred from one ship to another or to a shore

station, card properly filled out will accompany the transfer. Duplicate will be sent to Bureau of Ordnance. Operations 27741-648. S., October

20, 1912, re defects in ammunition discovered to be reported in detail. File: 4.

105

POWDER (AMMUNITION Card). Semi-ANNUALLY, OR WHEN ANY To: Bureau of Ordnance.

CHANGES OCCUR ON COMMIS

SIONING AND GOING OUT, June Form: N. Ord. 41.

30 and December 31. By: Commanding officer. Copy to flotilla commander. When ammunition is transferred from one ship to another or to a shore

station, card will be filled out and accompany transfer. Duplicate being sent to the Bureau. Operations 27741-648. S., October 20, 1912, re defects in ammunition discovered to be reported in detail. Forward

powder tags where powder is defective, etc. File: 4.

107 Guns, SMALL Arms.

Semi-ANNUALLY, When CHANGES To: Bureau of Ordnance.

OCCUR OR WHEN GOING IN OR Form: N. Ord. 39. Small arms

OUT OF COMMISSION, June 30

'and December 31. reported on same card. By: Ordnance officer. Copy to flotilla commander. File: II.

108 ORDNANCE EQUIPMENT.

SEMI-ANNUALLY, WHEN COMTo: Bureau of Ordnance.

MISSIONING, CHANGES OCCUR,

GOING OUT OF COMMISSION, Form: N. Ord. 70. By: Ordnance officer through C. O.,

June 30 and December 31. copy to flotilla commander. File: II.

109 FIRE CONTROL Card.

SEMI-ANNUALLY, When GOING To: Bureau of Ordnance.

IN OR OUT OF COMMISSION,

WHEN CHANGES OCCUR.
Form: N. Ord. 51.
By: Ordnance officer.

Whenever any changes affecting data on cards occur, a card reporting such

changes only is submitted, both by sending and receiving ship, copy of

card to accompany shipment. Give bureau numbers on instruments. File: II-1.

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SEMI-ANNUALLY.

REQUISITION AND PRICED INVOICE.
To: Bureau of Medicine and Surgery.
Form: B. Four copies. Forwarded for approval.
By: M.O. through C. O.
File: M.O.'s office.

III

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES OF Semi-ANNUALLY, June 30 and

TITLE"B" MATERIAL OF Each December 31.

DEPARTMENT. To: Bureau of Supplies and Accounts. Form: Letter, showing inventory of values by departments of all articles

under title “B” only, both articles on board and separated from the ship but still considered as belonging to ship. In preparing statement

see Bu. S. & A. letter 200-10 200-306 of March 25, 1913. By: Commanding officer.

126

MEDICAL HISTORY (ОFFICERS).

ANNUALLY, January 1. To: Bureau of Medicine and Surgery. Form: All loose sheets containing medical history from form H-Green. By: M. O. through C.O. File: M.O.'s office.

127 INVENTORY OF MEDICAL PROPERTY.

ANNUALLY, July 1. To: Bureau of Medicine and Surgery. Form: D and Da (one copy). By: M.O. through C. O. and C.-in-C. , File: M. O.'s office.

128 ANNUAL REPORT.

ANNUALLY on June 30, and deTo: Commander-in-chief.

tachment of C. O., C.-in-C.
Forms: Fleet forms 5 and 7.
By: C. O. through flotilla commander. See N. I. 916.
In quintuplicate: Three to C.-in-C., two to flotilla commander.
Folder: 13

140 SANITARY REPORT.

ANNUALLY, January 1. To: Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, through the C.-in-C. for approval

and forwarding. Form: Letter. Three copies, one to M. & S., one for base commander. By: M. O. through C. O. File: 202.

141 DESCRIPTION OF Radio Plant.

ANNUALLY, December 31. To: Steam Engineering through C.-in-C. Form: N. S. E. 25. By: Senior engineer officer through C. O. In duplicate: C.-in-C. (1), Department (1). Copies to F. C. and B. C.

The “system” has been paid the most sincere flattery, having been copied repeatedly by many ships, both destroyers and others, including battleships. It is probable, therefore, that a number of officers are acquainted with the system.

The tedious detail work entailed in perfecting this system, the careful searching through files, regulation books, and pamphlets, to collect the data for inspections and reports, and the tabulation of data was done by my wife who spent over four months in 1910 to insure the system's accuracy.

Since her original successful efforts, I have attempted to keep it up to date. Everyone who contemplates using the system is advised to check it to insure that it covers the requirements of his particular type of ship.

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