Definition of Tally clerk
1. Noun. One who keeps a tally of quantity or weight of goods produced or shipped or received.
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Literary usage of Tally clerk
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1. The Science of Management by Frederic Augustus Parkhurst (1918)
"The tally clerk is required to list on a tally sheet, FAP 115, a correct count of each ... It will be the duty of the tally clerk to notify the time clerk, ..."
2. James Nelson Burnes: Late a Representative in Congress from Missouri. His by Edward W. De Knight, James Nelson Burnes (1889)
"The tally clerk has nothing to'do except to keep ... This gentleman receives §3000 for performing the duties of tally clerk and making the Calendar. ..."
3. The English Illustrated Magazine (1900)
"D1 The tally clerk, the Hon. Richard Stone, lodged with a family named Brian in a small house near the Tidal Basin Station, and he went home to dinner, ..."
4. Journal by California Legislature. Assembly, California, Legislature (1912)
"... and one tally clerk ; provided, however, that during the counting of the votes the ballot clerk shall also act as tally clerk. Duties of county clerk. ..."
5. Revised Record of the Constitutional Convention of the State of New York by New York (State). (1916)
"tally clerk ' Herbert T. Reed $5 perday. Asst. postmaster CB Wood 5 per day. Mail and document carrier. PJ Hendricks 5 per day. ..."
6. Proportional Representation Review by American Proportional Representation League, Proportional Representation League (1896)
"Ask C's tally clerk to count off 10 of C's ballots from the top of his pile and ... Explain that no tally clerk should receive a ballot for his candidate by ..."
7. "Cape Times" Law Reports: A Record of Every Matter Disposed of in the by South Africa Supreme Court (1904)
"The entry on the discrepancy lis* about the baggage warehouse he understood meant that the tally clerk, who made up that list thought the packages might ..."
8. Journal of the Constitutional Convention of the State of New York, 1915 by New York (State), New York (State)., 1915 Constitutional Convention (1915)
"... tally clerk at $5 per day. A doorkeeper at $5 per day. A doorkeeper at $5 per day. A doorkeeper at $5 per day. A chief of general clerks at $10 per day. ..."