Money Found: Recovered from Its Hiding-places, and Put Into Circulation Through Confidence in Government Banks

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C. H. Kerr, 1893 - Banks and banking - 121 pages
 

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Page 113 - 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 104 - ... weight of pure silver shall be of equal value in all payments, with one pound weight of pure gold, and so in proportion as to any greater or less quantities of the respective metals.
Page 121 - ... receivable in payment of all taxes, internal duties, excises, debts and demands of every kind due to the United States, except duties on imports, and of all claims and demands against the United States of every kind whatsoever, except for interest upon bonds and notes...
Page 114 - ... whenever the lawful money of any other association shall be below fifteen per centum of its circulation and deposits, such association shall not increase its liabilities by making any new loans or discounts...
Page 108 - The expenditures for the same period were : For the civil establishment, including foreign intercourse, public buildings, collecting the revenues, deficiency in postal revenues, rebate of tax on tobacco...
Page 100 - ... legal tender at their nominal value for any amount not exceeding five dollars in any one payment.
Page 104 - And be it further enacted, That all the gold and silver coins which shall have been struck at, and issued from the said Mint, shall be a lawful tender in all payments whatsoever, those of full weight according to the respective values herein before declared, and those of less than full weight at values proportional to their respective weights.
Page 104 - SEC. 14. That the gold coins of the United States shall be a onedollar piece, which, at the standard weight of twenty-five and eight-tenth grains, shall be the unit of value...
Page 113 - States, except for duties on imports; and also for all salaries and other debts and demands owing by the United States to individuals, corporations, and associations within the United States, except interest on the public debt, and in redemption of the national currency.
Page 114 - ... of one per centum each half year upon the average amount of its deposits, and a duty of one quarter of one per centum each half year, as aforesaid, on the average amount of its capital stock beyond the amount invested in United States bonds...

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