Stock-book



noun
1.
stock ledger (def 1).
2.
stores ledger.
stock ledger
or stock book
noun
1.
a permanent record of the capital stock of a corporation, listing the names and addresses of the stockholders, the number of the shares owned, the serial numbers of their stock certificates, etc.
2.
stores ledger.

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