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LOG BOOK. A ship's journal. It contains a minute account of the ship's course, with a short history of every occurrence during the voyage. 1 Marsh. Ins. 408. When a log books required by law to be kept, it is an official register so far as regards the transactions required by law to be entered in it, but no further. Ab. Sh. by Story, 468, n. 1; 1 Sumn. R. 373 2 Summ. 19, 78; 4 Mason, R. 544; 1 Esp. R. 427.

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When we received the log book the last owner turned out to be a lady from Northumberland who I made contact with.
Some avid fans of the club have preserved the log book to this day, and still get it signed by BA captains.
2 million blank log books, or registered keeper forms, which were due to have been shredded because of a minor printing error in 2006.
BRINGING BACK HAPPY MEMORIES HAVING taught at the seafront Rockliffe First School for 33 years, for Peter Jackson it was a labour of love to sift through all the log books.
Now the authority wants to see either original registration forms or subsequent owners' log books or tax discs.
After every lesson, Dale dutifully recorded my hours and progress in my pilot's log book, a possession I now treasure as much as those hours spent with my dad in his Cessna.
The Deer Harvest Log Book is an 8 1/2 x 11-inch spiral-bound book containing harvest forms, instructions, and enough space to record details of 200 harvested deer.
The FAA claims that deferred maintenance on one aircraft had not been properly recorded in accordance with AeroMexico's general maintenance manual; that the removal and replacement of an engine had not been properly certified; and that an inoperative auxiliary power unit was not entered into the aircraft's log book for four flights in excess of a three-flight limit.
A log book, which would enable prospective purchasers to see what work has been carried out on a property over a number of years, is a clear winner.
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) wants owners to keep a log book of all maintenance and changes to their properties.
Further, counsel pointed to a log book entry showing that the outside temperature was 29 degrees Fahrenheit on the night the perpetrator was found hiding in the hospital but was not arrested.