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A Modern History of New London County, Connecticut - Page 424
edited by - 1922
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Federal Reserve Bulletin, Volume 2

Banks and banking - 1916
...proceeds of which have been used or are to be used for investments of a purely speculative character. (d) It may be secured by the pledge of goods or collateral, provided It is otherwise eligible. III. Applications for rediscount. All applications for the rediscount...
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Organized Banking

Eugene Ewald Agger - Banks and banking - 1918 - 385 pages
...proceeds of which have been used or are to be used for investments of a purely speculative character. (d) It may be secured by the pledge of goods or collateral provided it is otherwise eligible. III. Applications for rediscount All applications for the rediscount...
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Annual Report - Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, Volume 4

Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (U.S.) - Banks and banking - 1918
...proceeds of which have been used or are to be used for investments of a purely speculative character. (d) It may be secured by the pledge of goods or collateral, provided it is otherwise eligible. 1 When used in this regulation the word " good» " shall be construed...
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Theory and Practice of International Commerce

Archibald John Wolfe - Commerce - 1919 - 548 pages
...proceeds of which have been used or are to be used for investments of a purely speculative character; (d} It may be secured by the pledge of goods or collateral, provided it is otherwise eligible." (Regulations of Federal Reserve Board, Regulation A, Series of...
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Theory and Practice of International Commerce

Archibald John Wolfe - Commerce - 1919 - 548 pages
...proceeds of which have been used or are to be used for investments of a purely speculative character; (d) It may be secured by the pledge of goods or collateral, provided it is otherwise eligible." (Begulations of Federal Reserve Board, Regulation A, Series of...
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Acceptances, Their Importance as a Means of Increasing and Simplifying ...

American Exchange National Bank, New York - Acceptances - 1921 - 108 pages
...note, draft, or bill of exchange the proceeds of which have been used or are to be used for investments of a purely speculative character or for the purpose...draft, or bill of exchange) is otherwise eligible." Applications for Rediscount Regulation A, Series of 1920 REDISCOUNTS UNDER SECTION 13 [Superseding...
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Analytical Credits: A Study in Brief of the Methods Used to Accumulate ...

Alexander Wall - Credit - 1921 - 258 pages
...note, draft, or bill of exchange the proceeds of which have been used or are to be used for investments of a purely speculative character or for the purpose...draft, or bill of exchange) is otherwise eligible. 1When used in this regulation, the word "goods" shall be construed to include goods, wares, merchandise,...
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Commercial Banking Practice Under the Federal Reserve Act: The Law and the ...

National Bank of Commerce in New York - Acceptances - 1921 - 178 pages
...or distribution, or for the purpose of carrying or trading in bonds or notes of the United States. It may be secured by the pledge of goods or collateral of any nature, including paper, which is *When used in this regulation the word "goods" shall be construed to include goods, -wares, merchandise,...
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The Code of Federal Regulations of the United States of America

Administrative law - 1969
...Any note, draft, or bill of exchange eligible for discount is not rendered ineligible because it is secured by the pledge of goods or collateral of any nature, including paper ineligible for discount. (i) Determination of eligibility. A Federal Reserve Bank shall take such steps...
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Federal Reserve Bulletin, Volume 2

Banks and banking - 1916
...proceeds of which have been used or are to be used for investments of a purely speculative character. (d) It may be secured by the pledge of goods or collateral, provided it is otherwise eligible. III. Applications for rediscount. All applications for the rediscount...
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