ACTUARIUS. An ancient name or appellation of a notary.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Aside from the authoritative De urinis by Johannes Zacharias Actuarius, a Byzantine physician of uncertain dates (anywhere from the eleventh through the fourteenth centuries), published in Paris and from which the figure 1 matula plate is drawn, we cite here from among those contemporary authorities perhaps better-known to the lay reader: physician Laurent Joubert's Latin De urinis, 1571; the French CEuvres of surgeon Ambroise Pare (1517-90), 1575; and the French Traite de chirurgie by physician Jacques Dalechamp (1513-88), 1570.
After the race the victorious charioteer was honoured by the actuarius. A lap of honour concluded the first part of the day.