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NATIONAL BANK ACT
LAWS RELATING TO NATIONAL BANKS
REVISED STATUTES OF THE UNITED STATES,
AMENDMENTS AND ADDITIONAL ACTS,
TO WHICH IS APPENDED
Information How to Proceed in Organizing National Banks.
RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE REDEMPTION OF
INTEREST TO BANKERS.
EDITION OF 1886.
PREPARED AND PUBLISHED BY
A. S. PRATT & SONS,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1886, by
A. S. Pratt & Sons,
PRESS OF THOMAS MCGILL & co.
The original Act creating the National banking system bears date February 25th, 1863. This Act was superseded and modified by the Act of June 3d, 1864, which was amended from time to time by various Acts until December, 1873, when all the statutes of the United States were revised and embodied in what are now known as the Revised Statutes of the United States. Such Revised Statutes, therefore, contain all laws relating to National banks except those which have been enacted since December, 1873.
Several of the Acts passed since the latter date are, however, of the utmost importance, as they materially modified the law previously existing
The following is a compilation of the sections of the Revised Statutes of the United States, containing the laws relating to National banks, to which have been added the Acts having reference to the same passed since December, 1873. Appended to each section will be found references to decisions of the courts, in which the provisions of said section have been commented on or construed.