National Banking under the Federal Reserve System
This book was published in 1921 by the National City Bank of New York, the largest national bank in the country at the time (eventually renamed Citibank), with the purpose of giving a picture and an interpretation of the national banking in the United States under the Federal Reserve System. The text begins with description of the National City Bank of New York, followed by a brief history of national banking since the passage of the National Bank Act in 1863. The technical details of organizing a national bank are set forth, along with an analysis of both the Federal Reserve Act and the National Bank Act as they affect the management, supervision and general business practices of national banks. The Reserve Act itself is reprinted and indexed, with amendments up to January 1, 1921.
- Federal Reserve Act, the National Banking Act and All Other Federal Laws Relating to Banking, with Complete Indexes and References: 1812-1914
National City Bank of New York, ([year]), National Banking under the Federal Reserve System, [issue title/date], accessed May 23, 2013 from FRASER, http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/publication/?pid=261