Shop book

SHOP BOOK. This name is given to a book in which a merchant, mechanic, or other person, makes original entries of goods sold or work done.
     2. In general, such a book is prima facie evidence of the sale of the goods and of the work done, but not of their value. Vide Original entry.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Its Gmarket Global Shop book and album category also saw a 106 percent increase year-on-year in customers during the first week of May, thanks to the brisk sales of BTS albums.
"I'm going to create a coffee shop book full of my photographs of lost gloves," Hanks told ITV.
SCHOOL DAYS: Betty Munt of Bradley with the school reports of Lynne Robinson at Oakes County Junior School, which she found inside a charity shop book (PW161009Frepor t-02.jpg)
There's not enough of it and there's so much to do yet her latest commercial venture is a book, The Body Shop Book of Wellbeing which aims to show us how to take time out of the hurly burly of modern life to reconn ect with our health and inner selves.
However, recently a new books shop Books Searcher or The Book Shop has opened one of its branches in the city.
n As well as traditional packaged holidays, British Airways Travel Shop books all major scheduled airlines, and offers personalised advise on tailor-made holidays, as well as discounted car hire and hotels
Shop booked for selling duplicates: A man lodged a complaint against a shop claiming that he had bought 2,000 memory cards for Dh7,800.
A range of rings, brooches and bangles will be on offer - influenced by everything from aerial photographs to charity shop books.