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SECTION 9-Continued.

(1) Member banks in general, including State banks—Continued.

(6) Authority to advertise “under Government protection or super-

vision.” (IX, 102-103.).

(c) Admission to membership in system. (IX, 200–209.)..

(d) Eligibility of particular kinds of institutions for membership.

(IX, 300–304.)...

(e) Reports and statements of condition. (IX, 400–401.)..

(s) State member banks not subject to limitations of section 5200,

R. S. (IX, 500.) ......

(9) When membership in system ceases. (See XVIII, 300.)

(See also XI (i) 100, for power of board to issue regulations

governing membership in system.)

(2) Limitations upon the rediscount power of Federal reserve banks for

member State banks. (IX, 600-604.) (See also secs. 13 and 11(m),

and sec. 5200, R. S.)

SECTION 11....

Section 11(b).-(1) Discount rates of Federal reserve banks. (XI(b), 100–

101)

Section 11(e).-(1) Reserve city, qualifications necessary to become.

(XI(e), 100).....

Section 11(i).-(1) Power of Federal Reserve Board to issue regulations

governing membership of State banks in system. (XI(i), 100.)

Section 11(k)...

(1) Constitutionality of section 11(k); court opinions. (XI(k), 100-

107).....

(2) State laws authorizing national banks to exercise fiduciary powers.

(XI(k), 200–201) ....

(3) Applications for trust powers, prerequisites of. (XI(k), 300)..

(4) Exercise of trust powers by national banks where prohibited by

State law. (XI(k), 400).....

(5) Capital and surplus requirements. (XI(k), 500-501).

(6) Particular trust powers authorized. (XI(k), 600-601)...

(7) Administration of trust department of national banks. (XI(k),

700—705)....

(8) Miscellaneous. (XI(k), 800-804)..

Section 11(m).—(1) Limitations upon the rediscount power of Federal

reserve banks. (XI(m), 100.) (See also secs. 9 and 13)

SECTIONS 13 and 13a..

A. Deposits of current funds, etc. (XIII-A, 100-103),

B. Clearing and collection transactions..

(1) Nonmember bank advertising as “clearing member. (XIII-B,

100-101).....

(2) Collection transactions..

(a) In general. (XIII-B, 200–206).

(6) Collection charges. (XIII-B, 300-304).

(See also sec. 16.)

C. Notes, drafts and bills of exchange arising out of actual commercial

and agricultural transactions....

(1) Classification and eligibility of paper in general. (XIII-C, 100--

106)......

(2) Agricultural paper, including live-stock paper. (XIII-C, 200-

220).....

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SECTIONS 13 and 13a-Continued.

C. Notes, drafts and bills of exchange arising out of actual commercial

and agricultural transactions--Continued.

(3) Commercial paper, including paper secured by United States

Government obligations. (XIII-C. 300-336).

(4) Factors' and finance paper. (XIII-C, 400-404)...

(5) Permanent or fixed investment paper. (XIII-C, 500-501).

(6) Discount rates of Federal reserve banks. (XIII-C, 600-601)

(7) Negotiability of paper. (XIII-C, 700–715)......

(8) Notes, drafts, and bills of exchange; general provisions of law.

(XIII-C, 800-813.) (See also sec. 5200, R. S.)..

(9) Renewal notes. (XIII-C, 900.) (See also XIII-E, 600-605).

(10) Trade acceptances, including “goods sold.” (XIII-C, 1000-1011.)

(See also sec. 13-D).......

D. Limitations upon the rediscount power of Federal reserve banks..

(1) General discussion of principles. (XIII-D, 100-101)

(2) Bills of exchange drawn in good faith against actually existing

values. (XIII-D, 200–204)...

(3) Miscellaneous. (XIII-D, 300–302.) (See also secs. 9 and 11(m),

and sec. 5200, R. S.)

E. Bankers’ acceptances..

(1) Acceptances in general. (XIII-E, 100-111)

(2) Acceptances involving the importation and exportation of goods.

(XIII-E, 200-222)..

(3) Acceptances against domestic shipping documents. (XIII-E,

300-315)

(4) Acceptances against storage of readily marketable staples. (XIII-

E, 400–418)..

(a) Definitions of “Readily marketable staples.” (XIII-E,

460–465.)....

(5) Acceptance credits; letters of credit. (XIII-E, 500-506)

(6) Renewal drafts. (XIII-E, 600-605.) (See XIII-C, 900)

(7) Acceptances for any one person in excess of 10 per cent of accept-

ing bank's capital and surplus. (XIII-E, 700-710)

(8) Limitations upon aggregate amount of acceptances. (XIII-E,

800-802) (See also XIII-E, 505 and XIII-H)..

F. Member-bank 15-day collateral notes...

(1) Collateral security, including requirement as to indorsement.

(XIII-F, 100-103).

(2) Renewal of such notes. (XIII-F, 200).

G. National bank as insurance agent.....

(1) Comptroller of the Currency's regulations governing. (XIII-G,

100). ...

H. Dollar exchange acceptances.

(1) Foreign countries in which such drafts are permissible. (XIII-H,

100-101).....

(2) Formalities of application. (XIII-H, 200).

(3) Limitation upon dollar exchange acceptances. (XIII-H, 300)....

I. Debentures of Federal intermediate credit banks and national agricul-

tural credit corporations (XIII-I, 100). ....

Section 13a. (See sec. 13.)

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Section 9—Continued.
(1) Member banks in general, including State banks—Continued.

(6) Authority to advertise “under Government protection or super

vision.” (IX, 102-103.).
(c) Admission to membership in system. (IX, 200–209.).....
(d) Eligibility of particular kinds of institutions for membership.

(IX, 300–304.)......
(e) Reports and statements of condition. (IX, 400—401.)....
State member banks not subject to limitations of section 5200,

R. S. (IX, 500.)
(9) When membership in system ceases. (See XVIII, 300.)

(See also XI (i) 100, for power of board to issue regulations

governing membership in system.) (2) Limitations upon the rediscount power of Federal reserve banks for

member State banks. (IX, 600-604.) (See also secs. 13 and 11(m),

and sec. 5200, R. S.) SECTION 11.......

Section 11(b).-(1) Discount rates of Federal reserve banks. (XI(b), 100

101) ...... Section 11(e).—(1) Reserve city, qualifications necessary to become.

(XI(e), 100)... Section 11(i).-(1) Power of Federal Reserve Board to issue regulations

governing membership of State banks in system. (XI(i), 100.)
Section 11(k). .....
(1) Constitutionality of section 11(k); court opinions. (XI(k), 100-

107)......
(2) State laws authorizing national banks to exercise fiduciary powers.

(XI(k), 200–201) ....
(3) Applications for trust powers, prerequisites of. (XI(k), 300)....
(4) Exercise of trust powers by national banks where prohibited by

State law. (XI(k), 400)....
(5) Capital and surplus requirements. (XI(k), 500-501).
(6) Particular trust powers authorized. (XI(k), 600-601).
(7) Administration of trust department of national banks. (XI(K),

700-705)...
(8) Miscellaneous. (XI(k), 800–804).
Section 11(m).-(1) Limitations upon the rediscount power of Federal

reserve banks. (XI(m), 100.) (See also secs. 9 and 13) SECTIONS 13 and 13a......

A. Deposits of current funds, etc. (XIII-A, 100-103).
B. Clearing and collection transactions..
(1) Nonmember bank advertising as “clearing member.” (XIII-B,

100-101)......
(2) Collection transactions.

(a) In general. (XIII-B, 200–206)..
(6) Collection charges. (XIII-B, 300-304).

(See also sec. 16.)
C. Notes, drafts and bills of exchange arising out of actual commercial

and agricultural transactions....
(1) Classification and eligibility of paper in general. (XIII-C, 100-

106)....
(2) Agricultural paper, including live-stock paper. (XIII-C, 200-

220)...

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SECTIONS 13 and 13a—Continued.
C. Notes, drafts and bills of exchange arising out of actual commercial

and agricultural transactions--Continued.
(3) Commercial paper, including paper secured by United States

Government obligations. (XIII-C. 300-336).
(4) Factors' and finance paper. (XIII-C, 400-404)..
(5) Permanent or fixed investment paper. (XIII-C, 500-501).
(6) Discount rates of Federal reserve banks. (XIII-C, 600-601)
(7) Negotiability of paper. (XIII-C, 700–715)....
(8) Notes, drafts, and bills of exchange; general provisions of law.

(XIII-C, 800-813.) (See also sec. 5200, R. S.)..
(9) Renewal notes. (XIII-C, 900.) (See also XIII-E, 600-605).....
(10) Trade acceptances, including goods sold.” (XIII-C, 1000-1011.)

(See also sec. 13-D)....
D. Limitations upon the rediscount power of Federal reserve banks.

(1) General discussion of principles. (XIII-D, 100-101) ....
(2) Bills of exchange drawn in good faith against actually existing

values. (XIII-D, 200-204)....
(3) Miscellaneous. (XIII-D, 300-302.) (See also secs. 9 and 11(m),

and sec. 5200, R. S.) E. Bankers' acceptances.

(1) Acceptances in general. (XIII-E, 100–111)
(2) Acceptances involving the importation and exportation of goods.

(XIII-E, 200-222)......
(3) Acceptances against domestic shipping documents. (XIII-E,

300-315)
(4) Acceptances against storage of readily marketable staples. (XIII-

E, 400–418).
(a) Definitions of “Readily marketable staples. (XIII-E,

460-465.)....
(5) Acceptance credits; letters of credit. (XIII-E, 500-506)
(6) Renewal drafts. (XIII-E, 600-605.) (See XIII-C, 900)
(7) Acceptances for any one person in excess of 10 per cent of accept-

ing bank's capital and surplus. (XIII-E, 700-710)
(8) Limitations upon aggregate amount of acceptances. (XIII-E,

800-802) (See also XIII-E, 505 and XIII-II).
F. Member-bank 15-day collateral notes...
(1) Collateral security, including requirement as to indorsement.

(XIII-F, 100-103). (2) Renewal of such notes. (XIII-F, 200). G. National bank as insurance agent..... (1) Comptroller of the Currency's regulations governing. (XIII-G,

100).
H. Dollar exchange acceptances..
(1) Foreign countries in which such drafts are permissible. (XIII-H,

100-101)......
(2) Formalities of application. (XIII-H, 200).

(3) Limitation upon dollar exchange acceptances. (XIII-H, 300).... I. Debentures of Federal intermediate credit banks and national agricul

tural credit corporations (XIII-I, 100).... Section 13a. (See sec. 13.)

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SECTION 14.......

(1) General classes of paper eligible for purchase. (XIV, 100–111).

(2) Eligibility of bonds, warrants, etc. (XIV, 200–205).

(3) Discount rates of Federal reserve banks. (XIV, 300–301)

(4) Federal reserve banks; appointment of foreign agent. (XIV, 400).

(5) Federal reserve banks; establishment of foreign agencies. (XIV, 500).

SECTION 15.......

(1) Member and nonmember banks as Government depositaries. (XV,

100–101)...

SECTION 16.......

(1) Federal reserve notes. (XVI, 100-110)

(a) Collateral security for such notes.

(6) Reduction of liability for outstanding notes.

(c) Use of note emblem on Federal reserve bank stationery.

(d) Redemption and credit of such notes.
(e) Expense of shipping.
(1) Miscellaneous. (For distinction between Federal reserve notes

and Federal reserve bank notes, see IV, 300.)
(2) Definition of term "lawful money" as used in section 16. (XVI,

200-201)......

(3) Clearing and collection transactions. (XVI, 300-314).

(a) Collection of bills and notes made payable "in exchange."

(b) Collection of bills-of-lading drafts. (See also XIII-B.)

(c) “Par collection,” including decisions of courts.

SECTION 18.....

(1) Purchase of United States bonds in the open market. (XVIII, 100)..

(2) Renewal of one-year gold notes. (XVIII, 200)....

(3) Reduction of national-bank circulating notes. (XVIII, 300–301).....

(4) Increase in circulating notes. (XVIII, 400)

SECTION 19......

(1) Time deposits, including open accounts, time certificates of deposit,

and savings accounts. (XIX, 100–107).

(2) Reserves.

(a) State bank reserves under State law, compilation of. (XIX,

200)...

(6) Computation of reserves. (XIX, 300–305)..

(c) Deficiency in reserves. (XIX, 400-401)..

(d) Reserves against particular classes of deposits. (XIX, 500-508).

(e) Reserves of branch banks. (See XXV, 100-103.)

(3) Member bank deposits with nonmember banks. (XIX, 600–604).....

(4) Member bank acting as agent for nonmember bank in receiving dis-

counts. (XIX, 700–702).

SECTION 22...

(1) Construction of penal provisions. (XXII, 100–102.)

SECTION 24.......

(1) Loans on farm lands and real estate in general. (XXIV, 100–103).

(2) Loans on farm lands. (XXIV, 200–206).

(3) Loans on real estate. (XXIV, 300–304)..

(4) Renewal of notes and mortgages on farm land and real estate loans.

(XXIV, 400).

(5) Miscellaneous. (XXIV, 500-502)..

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