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Trust Companies

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Frontispiece Group Portrait of Revolutionary Leaders Who Believed in “ Preparedness

THE AMERICAN BANKER AND NATIONAL DEFENSE.

1

Psychology of American Business and Finance

Remarkable 1915 Trade and Banking Records

Illinois Denies Trust Powers to National Banks

Federal Reserve Board files brief as Amicus Curiæ in Michigan Case

WHY WE SHOULD FINANCE AMERICA FIRST

9

George B. Caldwell, President The Sperry & Hutchinson Company.

SECURING A PERMANENT PLACE IN WORLD TRADE AND FINANCE

12

Dr. Edward Ewing Pratt, Chief of Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce, Washington, D. c.

"MOBILIZATION” OF AMERICAN SECURITIES BY BRITISH GOVERNMENT .

15

Arthur J. Rosenthal, of Bernhard, Scholle & Co.

ANOTHER YEAR OF RECORD GROWTH FOR TRUST COMPANIES OF U.S.

18

John H. Mason, Vice-President Commercial Trust Company of Philadelphia, and President Trust

Company Section, A. B. A.

FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD IGNORES STATE LAWS IN GRANTING TRUST POWERS

21

Frank W. Blair,

President Union Trust Company of Detroit, and Chairman Executive Committee.

Trust Company Section, A. B. A.

Illinois Supreme Court Holds Grant of Trust Powers to Banks as Unconstitutional

23

Brief Presented on Behalf of Trust Companies in Michigan Quo-Warranto Proceedings

29

PRACTICAL FORMS TO FACILITATE FOREIGN TRADE AND CREDITS

33

David H. G. Penny. Vice-President Irving National Bank of New York.

INFLUENCE OF WAR ON MONEY RATES AND THE DOMESTIC BOND MARKET

37

Howard F. Beebe, Manager Municipal Dept., Harris, Forbes & Company, New York.

A VIEW OF THE MONEY MARKET FOR 1916

39

Edward O. Stanley. Vice-President Title Guarantee & Trust Company, New York:

EMPHASIZING TRUST COMPANY FUNCTIONS IN THE" MOVIES"

41

W. R. Morehouse, Asst. Cashier German American Trust & Savings Bank, Los Angeles, Cal.

SOME POPULAR FALLACIES AS TO WAR STOCK SPECULATION

49

Thomas Gibson of New York.

EVIL RESULTS FROM CLAYTON LAW PROHIBITING “INTERLOCKING" DIRECTORATES

54

Contributed by Hambleton & Co., Baltimore, Md.

SOME PROBLEMS CONFRONTING NATIONAL BANK IN SURRENDER OF GOVERNMENT

2 PER CENT. BONDS

55

C. Frederick Childs, of C. F. Childs & Company, Chicago.

LEGAL DECISIONS AND DISCUSSION

57

A MASSACHUSETTS EXPERIMENT IN MEETING WORTHY CREDIT DEMANDS

59

Russell G. Fessenden, President American Trust Company of Boston, Mass.

UNFAIR TAXATION OF NATIONAL BANKS IN NEW YORK

61

Edwin L. Kalish, of the New York Bar.

IMPORTANT WORK OF THE AMERICAN BANKERS' ASSOCIATION DURING THE PAST YEAR. 63

Fred. E. Farnsworth, General Secretary of the American Bankers' Association.

Executive Changes at Merchants' Loan & Trust Company of Chicago

67

AN EXCELLENT YEAR FOR TRUST COMPANIES OF BALTIMORE

70

Maurice H. Grape, Vice-President Union Trust Company of Baltimore, Md.

Ralph Stone Elected President of Detroit Trust Company

72

TRUST COMPANY PROGRESS IN LOUISIANA

J. W. Fairfax, Vice-President Interstate Trust & Banking Company, New Orleans, La.

GROWTH OF BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES OF LOS ANGELES

79

E. G McWilliam, Manager Dept. Publicity and New Business, Security Trust & Savings Bank

REMARKABLE EXPANSION OF BANKING POWER OF NEW YORK CITY

81

John H. Mac Murdy, of Mann, Bill & Company, New York.

The Past Year and Future From Wall Street Viewpoint

85

Abstract of New York City Trust Company Statements of December 31, 1915

94-95

Conservative Policies of Philadelphia Banks and Trust Companies .

97

Increasing Volume of Fiduciary Business Reported by Boston Trust Companies

103

The Chicago View of Business Boom and Prospects of Peace

107

Individual Reports of New York City Trust Companies

.118-130

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