Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency to the ... Session of the ... Congress of the United States, Volume 77
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1940 - Banks and banking
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acceptances accrued amounts appointment assessments Assets and liabilities assets pledged balances bank premises bonds branches capital accounts capital stock cash charge checks collected Comptroller corporations Currency date of failure debentures Demand deposits deposits of individuals direct discount disposition District of Columbia earnings ended Oct examiners expenses failures 0 receiverships Federal Reserve bank Grand total guaranteed income increase Interest Investments July June 30 liquidation loans ment Michigan National Bank North notes Number obligations officers organization outstanding paid Panama partnerships Percent pledged assets pledged to secure political subdivisions posits possessions preferred stock profits progress real estate receivers Recoveries rediscounts rent require retirement secure deposits secured by pledged securities sold South Dakota stock dividends aggregating Surplus TABLE thousands of dollars tions Total 1939 failures Total activity 1939 Total assets Total capital Total finally closed Total liabilities Trust U. S. Government United unpaid Washington Western York
Page i - An act to provide a national currency secured by a pledge of United States bonds, and to provide for the circulation and redemption thereof...
Page vi - ... who shall have power to make a thorough examination into all the affairs of the association...
Page i - Confusion worse confounded was the order of the day. Exchanges upon Philadelphia, New York and Boston, when procurable, rated all the way from one to ten and fifteen per cent, premium according to the locality. Notes were printed upon every variety of paper and no two banks issued bills of similar appearance. It was generally the case that bank notes current in one state could not be circulated in the other states, and it was impossible for any one but those skilled in handling money in vast quantities...
Page ii - Indiana, the state itself was for a time the favorite place for incubating noteissuing "banks" without capital, banking offices, or furniture. A circular letter which was issued, offering aid to any one desiring to start such a bank, stated that the sole cost necessarily incurred in starting a $100,000 "bank...
Page 15 - ... percent in the volume of note and bond issues outstanding under which national banks had been named to act as trustees. Segregation of the number of fiduciary accounts in national banks...
Page i - REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, OFFICE OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY, Washington, November 20, 1872.
Page vi - States, shall (except to the extent permitted by rules and regulations prescribed by the Comptroller of the Currency, with the approval of the Secretary of the Treasury) be subject under this section to a limitation of 15 per centum of such capital and surplus in addition to such 10 per centum of such capital and surplus.
Page 21 - Each bank and trust company doing business in the District of Columbia and not a member of the Federal Reserve System...