Sup. Set. III.—D. E.—Dry Goods Business (Alternative with Set IV. or Set V.). Spee.al Features.—The use of Orders for money or goods.
(a) Books to be used—Business Papers, Journal Day Book, Cash Book and Ledger.
(b) Business Papers:
Inward.—Invoices on Mar. 8, 22, 27 ; Cheques on Mar. 5, 23, 27, 29, drawn on any bank; Orders on Mar. 6, 12, 26; Totes on Mar. 1, 13, 16, 2.5, 27.
Outward.—Invoices on Mar. 5, 6, 16, 23, 26, 27; Deposit Slips on Mar. 4 ;
Cheques on Mar. 7, 11, 19, 22, 26, 27, 30; Order on Mar. 15 : Notes on Mar. 1, 2, 2:
(c) Make out business papers, journalize and write up the Cash Book; post; take a Trial
Balance ; take stock ; make a Loss and Gain Statement, a Summary of the Proprietor's A/c,
and an Asset and Liability Statement; close the Ledger as in Sets I. and IL
Carr, A., Harrisburg, Out. Spanner, 11T, Hamilton, Out.
Casey, B., Dundas, Ont. Tennant, WV., Woodstock, Ont.
McIntyre, A. & Co., London Ont. All Others, Brantford, Ont. North, M., Woodstock, Out.