Trust Companies, Volumen22

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Trust Companies Pub. Association, 1916
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UNFAIR TAXATION OF NATIONAL BANKS IN NEW YORK
61
Executive Changes at Merchants Loan Trust Company of Chicago
67
TRUST COMPANY PROGRESS IN LOUISIANA
74
REMARKABLE EXPANSION OF BANKING POWER OF NEW YORK CITY
81
Abstract of New York City Trust Company Statements of December 31 1915 9495
94
Increasing Volume of Fiduciary Business Reported by Boston Trust Companies
103
February 1916 Number
131
RELATION OF FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM TO STATE BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES
139
OBJECTION OF COUNTRY BANKERS TO FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
145
Trust Company Stability Again Demonstrated
151
THE TAX SITUATION IN NEW YORK STATE AS IT AFFECTS TRUST COMPANIES
157
SYSTEM OF SAFEGUARDING SECURITIES HELD BY TRUST COMPANIES
163
SERVICES RENDERED BY TRUST COMPANIES UNDER VOTING TRUST AGREEMENTS
170
Rutter Elected President of the Spokane Eastern Trust Company
179
Increased Efficiency in Handling Individual Bank Statements
185
N Buckner Elected President of New York Trust Company
191
Basic Versus Sentimental Factors in Wall Street
197
A Tight Rein on Credits and Speculation
205
Demands of Labor and OverSupply of Capital
212
Special Correspondence from Leading Cities Including Philadelphia Boston Chicago St Louis Pittsburgh Baltimore Cleveland 205223
224
March 1916 Number Three
225
RETIRING GREENBACKS AND DEFECTS IN FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
233
MODEL SYSTEM OF SAFEGUARDING LOANS ON COTTON WAREHOUSE RECEIPTS
239
A PROGRAM FOR FINANCIAL PREPAREDNESS
247
ATTRACTIONS OF KANSAS CITY WHERE THE NEXT A B A CONVENTION WILL BE HELD
255
SIXTH ANNUAL BANQUET OF THE TRUST COMPANIES OF THE UNITED STATES
263
ADDRESS ON AMERICAN DUTY AND OPPORTUNITY
271
ADVANTAGES OF A B A TRAVELERS CHEQUES ILLUSTRATED IN THE MOVIES
277
Success of the Massachusetts Trust Companies Association Annual Dinner
287
Legal Decisions and Discussion
293
Great Increase in Deposits of New York Trust Companies
299
Dominant Factors in New York Security Market
319
Decision on Trust Company Liability Under War Revenue Tax Law
326
National Banks of Massachusetts Authorized to Exercise Trust Powers
332
Should State Banks Have a National Organization?
389
National Gathering of Bank and Trust Company Publicity Managers
396
Fifth Annual Banguet of the Guaranty Club
404
Individual Reports of New York City Trust Companies 118130
408
Continued Expansion of Business and Earnings
410
Abstract of Official Reports of New York City Trust Companies March 17 1916 418419
418
Governor McCall Vetoes Bill Granting Trust Powers to National Banks of Massachusetts
424
Ample Credit for the American Farmer
430
OFFICIAL REPORTS OF TRUST COMPANIES OF NEW YORK CITY AS OF MARCH 17 1916 437449
437
FrontispieceGlimpses of the New York Preparedness Parade xxvi
451
FINANCIAL LEGACY OF THE EUROPEAN WAR Frederick W Gehle of The Mechanics Metals National Bank of New York
459
THE INHERITANCE TAX ON NONRESIDENT ESTATES
465
THE PROPOSED FEDERAL RESERVE CHECK COLLECTION PLAN Jacob Herzog VicePresident National Commercial Bank Albany N Y
471
ESTABLISHING A MERIT SYSTEM AS INCENTIVE TO BETTER BANK SERVICE
480
SECURING NEW ACCOUNTS AND BUSINESS THROUGH THRIFT CAMPAIGNS
487
LEGAL DECISIONS AND DISCUSSION
495
Fiftieth Anniversary of the Provident Life Trust Company Philadelphia
501
AN APPROVED COUPONCERTIFICATE ENVELOPE Wm H Conger Jr Assistant Trust Officer West End Trust Company Philadelphia Pa
507
Financial Preparedness for War or Peace
517
Money Rates and the War
524
Efect of Federal Reserve System on Bank Earnings
532
Value of Bank and Trust Company Auditing Department
543
FrontispieceCharles E Hughes Republican Nominee for President xxvi
544
HOW WILL NONMEMBER BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES BE AFFECTED BY NEW CHECK
553
REQUIREMENTS BY TRUST COMPANIES WHEN ACTING AS TRANSFER AGENTS
561
RELATION OF BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES TO FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
569
DEVELOPING NEW BANKING BUSINESS IN RURAL COMMUNITIES
575
583
TwentySeven Years Growth of Germantown Trust Company 329
592
Argentina A Fertile Field for American Enterprise 39
598
The Wall Street Interpretation 007
607
Making the Federal System Attractive to State Institutions
615
Integrity of the Farm Mortgage Business
623
Uniform Rate of Interest on Deposits
629

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