Handbook of Japan and Japanese Exhibits at World's Fair, St. Louis, 1904

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1904 - Japan - 206 pages
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Page 62 - The bank is authorized, when at least one-fourth of its nominal capital is paid up, to issue mortgage debentures...
Page 16 - The imperial diet shall consist of two houses: the house of peers and the house of representatives.
Page 63 - To make loans against the pledge of public loan bonds, local loan bonds, companies' debentures and shares. 2. To subscribe or take up public loan bonds, local loan bonds, and companies' debentures. 3. To accept deposit of money and custody of valuable objects. 4. To transact various kinds of trust business with local loan bonds, companies
Page 63 - Japan, and any other negotiable paper or commercial bills of a reliable nature. The amount of notes not covered by specie reserve is limited to 5,000,000 yen and may in no case exceed the amount of notes issued against specie reserve. Notes issued beyond this limit in case of emergency are subject to a tax of five per cent, or more per annum.
Page 6 - OP Austin, Chief of the Bureau of Statistics, Department of Commerce and Labor; Mr.
Page 63 - Government has subscribed 1,000,000 yen of the shares of the bank, and the dividends accruing from these shares are added to the reserve fund of the bank for the first five years, for which period the Government is engaged not to transfer its shares. The Government has further made an advance of 2,000,000 yen in silver to...
Page 182 - OFFICE. Every description of Banking business transacted. For particulars, apply to the Manager. Certified cheques on this Bank will be taken by the Custom House as cash in payment of duty. Special Safe Deposit's Boxes are provided in the Vault of the Bank.
Page 129 - Official catalogue of the Japanese section, and descriptive notes on the industry and agriculture of Japan.
Page 63 - Government has subscribed one million yen of the shares of the Bank and the dividends accruing from these shares are added to the reserve fund of the Bank for the first five years, for which period the Government is engaged not to transfer its shares. The Government has further made an advance of 2,000,000 yen in silver to the Bank with no interest, which are added to the specie reserve for bank notes issued.
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