69. Bank Pass Book.
Pupil, as A. Weir's bookkeeper, hands the cash to be deposited and the deposit slip to the Receiving Teller, who counts the cash, initials the deposit slip, and hands the slip to the Ledger Keeper. Pupil then presents the pass book to the Ledger Keeper, who first enters the amount in the bank ledger and then in A. Weir's pass book ; he at the same time enters any of A. Weir's cheques that have been paid by the bank. At the end of the month Pupil is required to leave the pass book to be balanced; when given back to him he also receives A. Weir's cheques that have been paid by the bank, and is asked to sign a book or slip acknowledging the correctness of the balance and the receipt of the paid cheques.
(BANK PASS BOOK.)