Library Accession Register / Record.
Every year the library authority collects new books or other materials from various sources for a library. When those materials arrived at the hand of the librarian then he keeps a permanent record of those materials on a register book. This register books are known as accession register. This register has some specific fields, such as accession number, date of arrival, author, call number, supplier name, supplier address, publisher name, place of publisher, price of the book, etc. and this information may vary from library to library
|Figure: Library Accession Register Sample.|
The chief record of the stock added to a library. Items are numbered progressively as they are added to stock.
(Archives) The formal records of accessions of archival material received by an Archives service, in which information on the immediate source and the broader provenance of the material is preserved permanently. In such cases the accessions register is an essential record, since it preserves evidence of the provenance of material received.