Lat An. officer having charge of acta, public records, registers, jour-nals, or minutes; an officer who entered on record the acta or proceedings of a court; a clerk of court; a notary or actuary. Calvin. Lex. Jurid. See “Acta.” This, and the sim-ilarly formed epithets d can cell is, d score-tis, d libcllis, were also anciently the titles of a chancellor, (cancellarius,) in the early history of that office. Spelman, "Cancella-rius.”