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Page. July 14, 1890. Disposition of redemption account....

55 July 28, 1892. Stolen or lost national-bank notes, redemption of..

56 Aug. 3, 1892. Agent of shareholders of national bank, appointment of; amends act of June 30, 1876...

75 Jan. 12, 1895. Annual report of Comptroller of the Currency, printing of.... 12 Mar. 2, 1897. Appointment and qualification of shareholders' agent; amends acts June 30, 1876, and August 3, 1892.

75 Mar. 14, 1900. Authorizing banks with minimum capital $25,000; bonds, circulation, taxation, etc...

20, 36, 65, 94-100 Mar. 3, 1901. National bank depositaries...

25 Apr. 12, 1902. Authorization of reextension of charter

20 Apr. 28, 1902. Annual Report of Comptroller to contain information regarding failed banks, list of employees, etc.

12 Mar. 3, 1903. Additional reserve cities; minimum population, 25,000.

55 Feb. 28, 1905. Qualification of directors, banks with capital of $25,000.

23 Dec. 21, 1905. Taxation of circulation based on Panama Canal bonds..

30 June 22, 1906. Amendment section 5200, loan limitation.

59 Jan. 26, 1907. Political contributions prohibited..

63 Mar. 4, 1907. Additional copies of Report of Comptroller.

12 Mar. 4, 1907. Public depositaries..

25 Gold certificates and United States notes, issue of

97, 100 May 22, 1908. Additional Deputy Comptroller.

10 May 30, 1908. Authorizing National Currency Associations, the issue of addi

tional bank circulation, and creating a National Monetary
Commission

25, 34, 37, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 53, 65

ACTS OF A GENERAL NATURE AFFECTING NATIONAL BANKS.

July 7, 1838. Issuing circulation of expired association.

93 June 30, 1864. Taxation of State banks..

82, 84 Mar. 3, 1865. Taxation of State banks.

83, 84 July 13, 1866. Taxation of State banks.

82, 83, 84 Mar. 26, 1867. 'Taxation of State banks.

84 June 5, 1872. Taxation of State banks.

82, 84 Dec. 24, 1872. Taxation of State banks.

84 Feb. 8, 1875. Taxation of State banks.

83 Mar. 1, 1879. Taxation of State banks..

85 Feb. 25, 1862. Taxation of national-bank notes and notes and certificates of United States circulating as currency.

85 Mar. 3, 1863. Taxation of national-bank notes and notes and certificates of United States circulating as currency.

85 Mar. 3, 1864. Taxation of national-bank notes and notes and certificates of United States circulating as currency..

85 June 30, 1864. Taxation of national-bank notes and notes and certificates of United States circulating as currency.

85 Jan. 28, 1865. Taxation of national-bank notes and notes and certificates of United States circulating as currency.

85 Mar. 3, 1865. Taxation of national-bank notes and notes and certificates of United States circulating as currency.

85 July 14, 1870. Taxation of national-bank notes and notes and certificates of United States circulating as currency.

85 Aug. 13, 1894. Taxation of national-bank notes and notes and certificates of

United States circulating as currency. July 17, 1862. Restriction on notes less than one dollar

86 Feb. 21, 1857. Foreign coins not legal tender.

86 July 17, 1861. Demand Treasury notes legal tender same as United States notes.

87 Feb. 12, 1862. Demand Treasury notes legal tender same as United States notes..

87 Feb. 25, 1862. Demand Treasury notes legal tender same as United States notes.

87 Feb. 25, 1862. United States notes legal tender except for duties on imports and interest on public debt...

87 Mar. 17, 1862. Demand Treasury notes legal tender same as United States notes.

87

85, 86

Page. July 11, 1862. United States notes legal tender except for duties on imports and interest on public debt......

87 Jan. 17, 1863. United States notes legal tender except for duties on imports and interest on public debt....

87 Mar. 3, 1863. United States notes legal tender except for duties on imports and interest on public debt....,

87 Mar. 3, 1863. Interest-bearing notes legal tender to same extent as United States notes..

87 June 30, 1864. Interest-bearing notes legal tender to same extent as United States notes.

87 Feb. 12, 1873. Gold coins of United States legal tender...

86 Feb. 12, 1873. Minor coins of United States legal tender to amount of twentyfive cents

87 Feb. 28, 1878. Standard silver dollars legal tender.

86 June 9, 1879. Subsidiary silver coins legal tender to amount not exceeding ten dollars....

87 July 12, 1882. Gold certificates, for what receivable.

61, 87 Mar. 14, 1900. Currency act.

94-100 Mar. 4, 1907. Amending national-bank act:.

97, 100 June 14, 1866. Government depositories.

88,90 June 8, 1872. Government depositories.

89 Mar. 3, 1873. Government depositories.

88, 89 Feb. 27, 1877. Government depositories..

88 Feb. 3, 1879. Government depositories...

90 Feb. 25, 1863. Counterfeiting national-bank notes.

91 June 3, 1864. Counterfeiting national-bank notes..

91 June 30, 1864. Forging or counterfeiting United States securities.

91,92 June 30, 1864. Using plates to print without authority....

91 Feb. 5, 1867. Penalty for taking unauthorized impression of tools having such impression or dealing in counterfeit circulation....

93 June 30, 1876. Fraudulent notes to be so marked by United States officers and officers of national banks.

94 Aug. 5, 1909. Excise tax on corporations...

101 Aug. 5, 1909. Panama Canal bonds, issue of, authorized at 3 per cent...

107 Mar. 2, 1911. Panama Canal bonds under act of Aug. 5, 1909, not available as security for circulation...

108 Mar. 2, 1911. Issue of gold certificates on deposit of foreign coin or bullion...

98 Mar. 2, 1911. Certified checks drawn on national and State banks, receivable for duties on imports and internal taxes...

109 SPECIAL ACTS RELATING TO NATIONAL BANKS. Apr. 12, 1900. National banking laws extended to Porto Rico...

110 Apr. 30, 1900. National banking laws extended to Hawaii.

111 May 2, 1900. National banking laws extended to Indian Territory.

110 May 2, 1900. Qualification of directors in Oklahoma..

110 Fifty-seven acts changing the location or name, or both, of various national banks...

111 ACTS RELATING TO SAVINGS BANKS, BUILDING ASSOCIATIONS, AND TRUST COM

PANIES IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. May 5, 1870. Organization of savings banks and other corporations.. 119-124 June 17, 1870. Organization of savings banks and other corporations..

118 June 20, 1873. Examination of savings banks....

127 June 30, 1876. Savings banks organized under acts of Congress to make reports to Comptroller..

126 Oct. 1, 1890. Organization of trust, loan, and mortgage companies in the District of Columbia.

127-136 Mar. 3, 1901. Organization of savings banks..

118-124 Organization of building associations.

124 Reports of savings banks.

126 Examination of savings banks...

127 Organization of trust companies, etc.

127 June 30, 1902. Amends act of March 3, 1901.....

118 June 25, 1906. All savings banks, trust companies, or other banking institutions

organized under act of Congress or by virtue of laws of any
State required to report to the Comptroller, etc.....

126 Mar. 4, 1909. Building associations in District of Columbia, placed under supervision of Comptroller of Currency...

124, 125

THE NATIONAL BANK ACT AND ACTS AMENDATORY

THEREOF AND SUPPLEMENTARY THERETO.

CHAPTER I.

BUREAU OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

1. 324. Bureau of the Comptroller of | 10. 332. Banks other than national in the Currency.

District of Columbia. (See 2. 325. Comptroller of the Currency.

sec. 714, Code District of 3. 326. Qualification of Comptroller of

Columbia.)
the Currency. Amount of 11. 333. Report of Comptroller.
bond.

12. Act April 28, 1902. Report of 4. 327. Deputy Comptroller of the Cur

Comptroller to give comrency.

plete list of all employees 5. Act May 22, 1908. Additional Dep

of the office, information uty Comptroller of the Cur

about failed banks, emrency.

ployees under receivers, etc. 6. 328. Clerks.

13. Act January 12, 1895. Number of 7. 329. Interest in national banks pro

copies of report to

be hibited.

printed. 8. 330. Seal of Comptroller of the Cur- 14. Joint resolution March 4, 1907. rency.

Three thousand additional 9. 331. Rooms, vaults, and furniture

copies authorized to for Currency Bureau.

printed.

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BUREAU OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

1. Sec. 324.—There shall be in the Department of the Act June 3. Treasury a Bureau charged with the execution of all 1864, 108 laws passed by Congress relating to the issue and regu- Stat. L., 99. lation of a national currency secured by United States bonds, the chief officer of which Bureau shall be called the Comptroller of the Currency, and shall perform his duties under the general direction of the Secretary of the Treasury. COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY. 2. Sec. 325.-- The Comptroller of the Currency shall be 1844 June

1864, C. 106, appointed by the President, on the recommendation of sec. the Secretary of the Treasury, by and with the advice tact March , and consent of the Senate, and shall hold his office for 1875, ç. 130 the term of five years, unless sooner removed by the stat. L., 398. President, upon reasons to be communicated by him to the Senate; and he shall be entitled to a salary of five thousand dollars a year. QUALIFICATION OF COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

AMOUNT OF BOND. 3. Sec. 326.-The Comptroller of the Currency shall, 1884. Como within fifteen days from the time of notice of his ap

Stat. L., 99. pointment, take and subscribe the oath of office; and he

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shall give to the United States a bond in the penalty of one hundred thousand dollars, with not less than two responsible sureties, to be approved by the Secretary of the Treasury, conditioned for the faithful discharge of the duties of his office.

DEPUTY COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY. Act June 3, 4. Sec. 327.—There shall be in the Bureau of the Comp1864, c. 106,

13 troller of the Currency a Deputy Comptroller of the Stat. L., 99.

Currency, to be appointed by the Secretary, who shall be entitled to a salary of two thousand five hundred dollars a year and who shall possess the power and perform the duties attached by law to the office of Comptroller during a vacancy in the office or during the absence or inability of the Comptroller. The Deputy Comptroller shall also take the oath of office prescribed by the Constitution and laws of the United States, and shall give a like bond in the penalty of fifty thousand dollars.

NOTE.—The salary of the Deputy Comptroller has been fixed at various amounts by different appropriation bills, as follows: Act March 3, 1875 (sundry civil bill), 18 Stat. L., 396, $3,000; act March 3, 1901, 31 Stat. L., 978, $2,800; act March 18, 1904, 33 Stat. L., 103, $3,000; act February 3, 1905, 33 Stat. L., 649, and all subsequent acts, $3,500. ADDITIONAL DEPUTY COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

ACT MAY 22, 1908. Legislative, 5.

Deputy Comptroller, three thousand five judiciai ap- hundred dollars; Deputy Comptroller, three thousand propriation act, dollars. approved May 22, 1908.

NOTE.—The Attorney General of the United States, in an opinion rendered June 19, 1908, said: “ Generally speaking, a deputy has power to do every act which his principal may do and is not restricted to some particulars of his office. (Throop on Public Officers, sec. 583; Mechem's Public Officers, sec. 570; Erwin v. U. S., 37 Fed. Rep. Doubtless it was on account of this general rule, and with the intention that there should be no restriction, that Congress did not deem it necessary to prescribe specifically the duties of the additional Deputy Comptroller. There being no limitation or restriction upon the power of that officer, my opinion is that he would have the same authority as that conferred by statute upon the first deputy.

CLERKS. Act June 3, 6. Sec. 328.—The Comptroller of the Currency shall 1864, c. 106, sec. 1;

13 employ, from time to time, the necessary clerks, to be Stat. L., 100. appointed and classified by the Secretary of the Treas

ury, to discharge such duties as the Comptroller shall direct.

INTEREST IN NATIONAL BANKS PROHIBITED. Act June 3, 7. Sec. 329.-It shall not be lawful for the Comptroller 1864, c. 106,

i; 13 or the Deputy Comptroller of the Currency, either diStat. L., 99. rectly or indirectly, to be interested in any association

issuing national currency under the laws of the United States.

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