Commercial Banking Practice Under the Federal Reserve Act: The Law and Regulations, the Informal Rulings of the Federal Reserve Board, and the Opinions of Counsel Governing Bank Acceptances, Rediscounts, Advances, and Open Market Transactions of the Federal Reserve Banks
Service Department National Bank of Commerce in New York, 1918 - Acceptances - 127 pages
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accept drafts accepting bank acceptor actually existing value agricultural paper ances bank may accept bank may discount banks or bankers bill drawn bill of ex bill of exchange borrower Bulletin capital and surplus carrying or trading cent limit centum ceptance chattel mortgage collateral Commercial paper commodity paper conveying or securing days of grace domestic transactions drafts drawn drafts or bills drawee eligible for purchase eligible for rediscount eligible paper eral reserve bank exchange drawn exclusive of days Federal Reserve Act Federal reserve bank Federal Reserve Board furnishing dollar exchange importation or exportation ineligible Informal Ruling live stock loan member bank national bank negotiable nonmember bank Opinion of Counsel Opinions and Rulings paid-up and unimpaired paper secured payable proceeds promissory notes Provisions Any Federal Regulations of Federal Revised Statutes Section 13 securing title Series of 1917 shipping documents stock and surplus trade acceptance transactions involving United War Finance Corporation warehouse receipts