Invoice book

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INVOICE BOOK, commerce, accounts. One in which invoices are copied.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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"I literally loaded up the wine in the trunk of my car and drove it around with my feather duster and my invoice book. I dusted bottles and kept track of sales in the invoice book.
A Special Investigation Unit officer examined an invoice book, which showed a number of deliveries on other dates made by him.
(65) The Butler Way System Book (1916), 127-35; RB Invoice Book 1915-23, THSA.
John Sullivan, managing director of Vin Sullivan Foods in Blaenavon, holding the 1960 invoice book, and William Griffiths, general manager of the Angel Hotel in Abergavenny, with a box of produce typical of that ordered 50 years ago when tastes were more seasonal and less exotic
At the end of the massage, the practitioner wrote an invoice using a pre-signed invoice book. The invoice was in the name of a male ATMS practitioner.
It was later found the cheque had been paid into Towart's bank account but the invoice book at Nu Heat had been endorsed, stating the bill had been paid.