enrol (v.)
record, register, legally enter
3H6 II.i.172 [Warwick to Richard and Edward, of the King] He swore consent to your succession, / His oath enrolled in the parliament
JC III.ii.38 [Brutus to all, of Caesar] The question of his death is enrolled in the Capitol
LLL I.i.38 [Berowne to King, of one of the terms of their oath] Which I hope well is not enrolled there