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CIRCULAR NO. 161

FEDERAL RESERVE BANK
OF NEW YORK
GOVERNMENT DEPOSIT
DEPARTMENT
1 2O BR O A D W A Y

April 22, 1919.

GOVERNMENT DEPOSITS
To THE CASHIER:

We desire to call your attention to Treasury Department Circular No. 92, dated April 17,
1919, relating to special deposits of public moneys under the Act of Congress approved September
24, 1917, as amended, copies of which the Department has sent you.
In view of the forthcoming issue of Victory Liberty Loan Notes, it is of paramount importance that banks and trust companies avail themselves of these facilities to the greatest extent
possible. In this connection the Treasury Department has arranged, as heretofore, that banks
may, if they so desire, make payment by book credits. This plan is not only for the convenience
of the banks, but is also an effective method of reducing to a minimum any possible disturbance
in money conditions which might arise in financing payments for notes.
If you have already received your designation as a depositary for Government funds, it
will not be necessary for you to qualify again unless you desire to increase your present designation. If, however, you have not already applied and qualified as a depositary, we suggest that
you communicate with us at once in this regard so that you may receive such designation promptly
and be placed in position to pay by book credit in full or in part for the notes allotted to you, thus
cooperating to the fullest extent in the Government's plan for effecting payments and stabilizing
money conditions.
Your immediate attention to this matter will be greatly appreciated.




Very truly yours,
BENJAMIN STRONG,

Governor.


Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, One Federal Reserve Bank Plaza, St. Louis, MO 63102