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FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF DALLAS
F IS C A L . A G E N T O F T H E U N I T E D

STATES

Dallas, Texas, August 25, 1943

INSTRUCTIONS TO ISSUING A G E N T S

To Qualified Agents for the Issuance of
W ar Savings Bonds, Series E :

There are enclosed the following captioned circulars for your guidance
in connection with your designation as an issuing agent and the issuance
of W ar Savings Bonds of Series E :
Instructions to Qualified Issuing Agents of United States W ar
Savings Bonds, Series E, pertaining to accounting procedure and

other matters.
Instructions Covering the Sale and Issuance of United States
W ar Savings Bonds, Series E.
These instructions supersede those heretofore in effect and outlined
in our circular dated August 25, 1942. For your convenience, three copies
of the new circulars are being furnished you in order that the members of
your organization engaged in the issuance of bonds may have the infor­
mation readily accessible. Additional copies will be furnished upon request.
Order blanks are also enclosed for your use when requesting additional
application and other forms.

Yours very truly,
R. R. GILBERT
President

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FEDERAL. RESERVE BANK OF DALLAS
F IS C A L . A G E N T O F T H E U N IT E D S T A T E S

Dallas, Texas, August 25, 1943
INSTRUCTIONS CO VERING TH E S A L E A N D ISSU A N C E OF
U N IT E D ST A T E S W A R SA V IN G S BONDS, SER IES E
S A L E OF BONDS

Issuing agents are authorized to sell Savings Bonds of Series E only as provided in Treasury
Department Circular No. 653, as amended, and in the forms of registration set forth in Treasury
Department Circular No. 530, as revised and amended.
Bonds of Series E may be registered only in the names of individuals (natural persons ,
whether adult or minors) in their own right. Registration in the names of corporations, unincorpo­
rated associations, partnerships, fiduciaries, etc., is not authorized for this series. Registration on
original issue and authorized reissue is restricted to residents of the United States (which for the
purposes of this section shall include the territories, insular possessions and the Canal Zone),
citizens of the United States temporarily residing abroad, and to nonresident aliens employed in
the United States by the Federal Government or an agency thereof, whether as owners, co-owners
or designated beneficiaries: Provided, however, That on original issues of bonds, but not on re­
issues, a nonresident alien (not a citizen of an enemy nation) may be named as co-owner or desig­
nated beneficiary, and Provided further, That a nonresident alien, whether owner, co-owner or
beneficiary, succeeding to title on death of the owner, or succeeding to title upon the death of the
surviving co-owner or beneficiary will be entitled only to request and receive payment either at or
before maturity.
It is important that each bond issued be inscribed in the correct legal names of the individuals
concerned. An erroneous inscription may cause inconvenience. Consequently, the instructions herein
contained should be carefully read and followed.
FORMS OF R EG ISTRATIO N

Subject to the restrictions set forth in Treasury Department Circular 530, as revised and
amended, the following examples are the only forms of registration authorized:
(1 ) In the name o f one individual:

John L. Jones
250 Blank St.
Blank, Texas
(3 ) In the names o f one individual as owner and one
individual (but not more than one) as beneficiary:

John L. Jones
250 Blank St.
Blank, Texas
payable on death to
Miss Helen R. Jones

John L. Jones
250 Blank St.
or
Blank, Texas
payable on death to
Mrs. Mary C. Jones
300 Blank St.
Blank, Texas
NOTE: The words “ payable on death to” may be abbre­
viated as “ p.o.d.” The first person named is re­
ferred to as the owner or registered owner, and
the second person named as the beneficiary or
designated beneficiary.

(2 ) In the names o f two individuals (but not more than
two) as co-owners:
John L. Jones
John L. Jones
250 Blank St.
250 Blank St.
Blank, Texas
or
Blank, Texas
or
or
M rs. M ary C. Jones
M rs. M ary C. Jones
300 Blank St.
Blank, Texas

(4)

In the names o f minors, or incompetents under legal
guardianship (guardian appointed by a court and
not a natural guardian):
Frank Jones, a minor (or incompetent)
under legal guardianship
o f Henry Smith
250 Blank St.
Blank, Texas

The full name of the owner and that of the co-owner or beneficiary, if any, should be used, and
should be the name by which the person is ordinarily known and under which he does business. If
there are two given names, the initial of one may be used, and if a person is habitually known and
does business by initial only of his given names, registration may be in such form. The name may
be preceded by any applicable title such as “ Dr.,” “ Rev.,” etc., and in the case of women should be
preceded by “ Mrs.” or “ Miss.” A married woman’s own given name should be used, not that of her
husband, for example “ Mrs. Mary A. Jones,” not “ Mrs. Frank B. Jones.” A minor, whether or not
under legal guardianship, may be named as owner or co-owner, if the bonds are purchased as a gift
to him and a minor may name a co-owner or beneficiary on bonds purchased by him from his
wages, earnings, or other money in his possession; but bonds purchased by a parent or guardian
with funds already belonging to a minor must be registered in the minor’s name alone without the
addition of a co-owner or beneficiary. If a person named in the registration of the bond is under
legal disability and a guardian or similar representative of his estate has been appointed by a court
or is otherwise legally qualified, the registration should indicate such facts. Bonds should not be
registered in the name of a person under disability for reasons other than minority unless a legal
representative of his estate has been appointed.
If it is desired that a bond revert to the United States upon the death of the owner as a dona-

tion, it may be registered in the name of the owner with the Treasurer of the United States named
as beneficiary, but not as a co-owner.
L IM ITA TIO N S ON HOLDINGS

Not more than $5,000 (maturity value) Series E bonds may be issued to any one person during
any one calendar year. In determining the prescribed limit there must be taken into account the
aggregate amount of bonds issued to that person alone, and with another as co-owner, provided,
however, that with respect to bonds held in co-ownership form the amount thereof may be applied
to the holdings of either of the co-owners, but will not be applied to both; or the amount may be
apportioned between them. For example, “ A ” or “ B ” $5,000; “ A ” or “ B ” $5,000; “ A ” or “ C”
$5,000 may be considered as being within the authorized limit, provided A , B, and C have no other
bonds of the same series to be charged against their holdings; in other words, if in any given combi­
nation of coownership the total amount of holdings does not exceed $5,000 times the number of
persons involved plus any amount chargeable to any of them in their individual capacities, no
excess exists.
INSCRIPTION

Bonds and stubs should be inscribed in one operation, by typewriter, after inserting carbon
paper between the bond, the original stub and the duplicate stub. Only in this way can the inscrip­
tion on all three be absolutely the same.
The original stubs are prepunched for machine accounting, consequently they must not be
folded, pinned, stapled, punctured on a spindle, or otherwise perforated or cut. They may be held in
groups by rubber bands or tied. The left margin of the stub should be removed at the perforation
and discarded.
The following steps are necessary in the issuance of the bonds:
(a) Inscribe name(s) and post office address (es) of registered owner (or owners) (or bene­
ficiary) in the space provided on the bond and stubs.
(b) Type issue date (month and year) in the space indicated in the upper right portion of
the bond.
(c) Imprint name of issuing agent and actual date of inscription (current date) in the
space indicated by a circle on the bond and on each stub, using the authentication and
date stamp furnished for that purpose. The dating stamp will show the current date on
which the bond is inscribed.
(d) Notwithstanding the provision for signature on the original and duplicate registration
stubs, no signature need be affixed. A legible imprint of the authentication and the
date stamp on each stub as provided under (c) above will be accepted as sufficient
validation.
ISSU E D A T E

All savings bonds are issued as of the first day of a particular month; therefore, only the
month and year, for example, January 1943, should be shown in the space provided for the issue
date. The issue date is determined by the month in which the application accompanied by remit­
tance is received by the issuing agent; or, in the case of bonds purchased under the payroll deduc­
tion plan of a qualified issuing agent, the month in which salary deductions accumulate to the full
issue price of the bond to be issued would be the issue date. Where a qualified issuing agent actually
receives before the last day of a given month a list of bonds to be issued accompanied by a check
covering the issue price, and the bonds for any reason cannot be issued in that particular month
they should be given the dating of the month that payment was received. The actual date of in­
scription will be indicated by dating stamp showing the current date in the space provided.
CORRECTION OF ERRORS

If an error is made in an inscription, the bond should be considered as spoiled in process of
issue, and a new bond issued. A minor typographical error, especially in the address, may be cor­
rected by erasure or strikeover, provided the correction is neatly made and is not of a material
nature. No correction should be made on a bond after the registration stub has been forwarded to
the Federal Reserve Bank.
The correction of an error on a bond, after the registration stub and payment for same have
been forwarded to the Federal Reserve Bank, is not within the scope of the issuing agent’s author­
ity. In all such cases, the erroneously inscribed bond should be forwarded to the Federal Reserve
Bank, accompanied by a complete statement of facts in regard to the error and the correction to
be made.
A D D IT IO N A L IN FO R M A TIO N

For additional information in regard to disposition of registration stubs, mailing of bonds,
accounting for sales, etc., please refer to instructions set forth in Circular dated August 25, 1943,
titled, “ Instructions for Qualified Issuing Agents of United States War Savings Bonds, Series E.”
The Federal Reserve Bank will answer any inquiries arising in connection with Savings Bonds not
covered by these instructions.
FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF DALLAS
Fiscal Agent of the United States

FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF DALLAS
F I S C A L A G E N T O F T H E U N IT E D S T A T E S

Dallas, Texas, August 25,1943

INSTRUCTIONS TO Q U A L IF IE D ISSU IN G A G E N T S OF U N IT E D ST A T E S W A R S A Y IN G S
BONDS, SER IE S E

The instructions contained herein are applicable, as indicated, to all qualified issuing agents
of United States War Savings Bonds, Series E, including consignment agents, -prepayment agents,
and designated Army Finance Officers.
BO ND STOCK

Shipments of War Savings Bonds, Series E, will be made to qualified issuing agents at the risk
and expense of the Treasury Department upon the issuing agent’s requisition on Form FA-72 or
FA-101, on the following basis:
A. Issuing agents qualified under Application-Agreement (Form 1785), and designated Army
Finance Officers.
In amounts sufficient to meet their reasonable requirements.
B. Issuing agents qualified under Application-Pledge Agreement, or Application-Trust Agree­
ment (Form 384 or 384-A).
Within the limitation of the amount of the qualification and/or collateral pledged
as provided in Treasury Department Circular No. 657, as amended.
C. Issuing agents qualified on prepayment basis on Form 384-Corp.
In amount covered by funds deposited as prepayment.
Organizations other than member banks should furnish the Federal Reserve Bank or branch,
on Form Misc. 12, with certified specimen signatures of persons authorized to requisition and
receipt for bond stock. Ordinarily, requisitions received by the Federal Reserve Bank or branch
will be shipped on the same day. Issuing agents are requested to minimize emergency requisitions
by maintaining adequate stock to meet their normal demands.
Where an issuing agent is operating on a collateral and consignment basis or where its desig­
nation is limited by its parent company and receives applications for bonds which the agent cannot
supply out of its Series E bond stock, it is permissible to forward to this bank a requisition, Form
FA-72, for such bonds accompanied by its check covering the issue price of the bonds desired. The
funds will be placed in a special account and the bonds shipped to the issuing agent. When the sale
has been completed, the original stubs which are detached from the bonds should be forwarded on
a separate FA-82 report with a request that the funds held be used in payment of the bonds.
Issuing agents are accountable for savings bond stock furnished to them, and should accord
the same care and protection to blank bonds as they do to their own securities or documents.
Whether they should insure or take other protective measures is within their discretion. In the
event of loss, theft, or destruction of unissued War Savings Bonds, Series E, a full report of the
circumstances in the case should be forwarded immediately to the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
or branch. In the absence of negligence, and upon a reasonable showing of the facts, the Treasury
Department has stated that it will grant relief covering lost, stolen or destroyed bonds.
ISSU IN G BONDS

Issuing agents are authorized to issue War Savings Bonds, Series E, only as provided in Treas­
ury Circulars Nos. 653 and 530, as revised and supplemented.
Detailed information in regard to authorized forms of registration, instructions for inscribing
bonds, and restrictions on registration, are set forth in Circular dated August 25, 1943, titled,
“ Instructions covering the Sale and Issuance of United States War Savings Bonds, Series E,” which
has been prepared for the convenience of those actually inscribing bonds.

CH ECKS AC C E P T E D IN P A Y M E N T OF BONDS
Bonds should be issued only upon receipt of payment in full. For the protection of issuing
agents in cases where checks are tendered in payment, the Treasury suggests that agents establish
a waiting period for clearance o f the check before delivery of the bond. If the check is subsequently
returned unpaid after delivery of the bond, the agent will be expected to obtain payment or have
the bond returned immediately. If payment or return o f the bond is not obtained after two requests
therefor, the agent’s file of correspondence, or photostatic copy thereof, should be forwarded
promptly to the Federal Reserve Bank or branch for further action. Although full cooperation will
be given issuing agents, it is not legally possible for the Treasury to waive any rights it may have
to demand reimbursement for any loss which may result to the Treasury on account of bonds
issued and delivered by the agent against uncollectible funds.
D E L IV E R Y OF BONDS
The Postmaster General has authorized the dispatch of inscribed W ar Savings Bonds to owners
or their agents, by official issuing agencies, as ordinary first-class mail without payment of post­
age if enclosed in special penalty envelopes with distinctive markings to indicate the character of
the contents.
The special penalty envelopes are available in plain or window types, and may be obtained
through the Federal Reserve Bank or branch upon request. Finance Officers obtain penalty envel­
opes in accordance with W ar Department Finance Bulletin, No. 129, Sec. Ill, (6 ). There are set
forth below in brief form, the principal requirements of the Treasury Department in regard to
use o f these enclosures:

1. The name and return address of the authorized issuing agent must be printed or stamped
on the envelope in the space above “ Authorized Issuing Agent .”
2. Deliveries of War Savings Bonds by mail in the special envelopes must be restricted to those
cases where personal delivery either is not practicable or is inadvisable. In no case should
bonds be mailed outside of the United States except to territories and insular possessions
of the United States and the Canal Zone. In instances where the delivery of savings bonds
is suspended, the owners should be informed thereof and instructions requested for deliv­
ery within the United States.
3. The special envelopes must be used only for the purpose provided. They may not be used
for the mailing of bonds for redemption, reissue, or other purposes. (Attention is directed
to the penalty provided for the improper use of the franking privilege.)
If. Care must be used in enclosing bonds in envelopes and in effecting delivery of the bonds to
the local post office. (They should not be deposited in an ordinary mail box.)
5. No reimbursement will be allowed for postage and registry fees in connection with the
delivery of War Savings Bonds to owners.
6. The envelope should not be used other than for original deliver of bonds even though post­
age is paid, but there is no objection to enclosing as penalty matter a letter of transmittal
describing the contents or containing information as to the condition of an employee's bond
account under the payroll allotment plan. Firm advertising material, even though relating
to savings bond campaigns, is not permissible for enclosure in penalty envelopes.
In instances where it is necessary to effect deliveries o f inscribed Savings Bonds to branch
plants or offices, such deliveries may be made under the franking privilege by means o f bulk ship­
ments weighing not in excess of four pounds. To be entitled to shipment by this method, the pack­
age should have affixed thereto a penalty envelope or special sticker which may be obtained from
this bank.
ACCO U NTS A N D S E T T L E M E N T
Consignment and Collateral B asis:
Each qualified issuing agent shall open and maintain on its books for the account o f the
Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas as Fiscal Agent o f the United States, a separate deposit account
for the proceeds of all sales of Savings Bonds, Series E , to be known as “ Series E Bond Account.”
Each issuing agent shall remit the balance o f such account (or credit the balance thereof to a
W a r Loan Deposit Account as hereinafter provided), and render reports o f transactions on Form
F A -8 2 to the Federal Reserve Bank or branch at least once each week and as of the close of business
on the last day of each month. Weekly reports need not be submitted if there have been no trans­

actions except that if there have been no transactions during an entire month a report on Form
FA-82 showing the bond stock on hand should nevertheless be submitted for reconcilement purposes
as of the last day of the month.
All remittances should be made in immediately available funds.
Prepayment Basis:

Funds deposited with this bank in prepayment for bond stock will be used in settlement for
bonds issued upon return of original registration stubs. If practicable, an accounting should be made
on Form FA-102 once each week; however, agents who issue bonds at monthly or semi-monthly
payroll periods may account for sales accordingly.
Arm y Finance Officers:

Designated Army Finance Officers may render accounting for sales on Form FA-82 in accordance
with instructions furnished at the time of their certification and designation.
W A R L O A N DEPOSIT ACCO U N T

Any incorporated bank or trust company which is qualified as a special depositary under the
provisions of Treasury Department Circular No. 92, revised as of April 14, 1943, and which is also
qualified as an issuing agent, may make settlement for the balance in its Series E Bond Account by
credit in its “ War Loan Deposit Account” up to any amount for which it shall be qualified in excess
of existing deposits. Certificates of Advice, Form K, authorizing payment through the “ War Loan
Deposit Account” will be furnished for this purpose.
P A Y M E N T B Y SU R R E N D E R OF W A R SA V IN G S STAM PS

War Savings Stamps accepted in payment for Series E Bonds should he cashed by issuing
agents at the local post office and proceeds remitted in settlement at the time report Form FA-82
or FA-101 is submitted. Where it is not feasible for issuing agents to obtain payment for stamps at
post offices, the stamps may be forwarded to the Federal Reserve Bank or branch as full or part
payment for sales, at the risk of the United States, provided all stamps are cancelled thoroughly
in a manner which will not make verification difficult and the agent’s dating stamp is impressed
on the back of each card or album. Shipments of stamps not conforming to the foregoing require­
ments will be at the risk of the sender.
DISPOSITION OF STUBS A N D SPOILED BONDS

The original (white) registration stubs from bonds issued must be forwarded to the Federal
Reserve Bank or branch in support of each remittance and report of sales, Form FA-82, or FA-102.
All original stubs of bonds issued must be accounted for and the number of pieces of each denomi­
nation enclosed must agree with the figures shown on the report. Stubs of different months of issue
should not be listed on the same report. Every care should be exercised to prevent the original
stubs from being folded, creased, or mutilated in any way, since they are designed for use in
mechanical accounting equipment.
The duplicate (orange) stub from bonds issued, or spoiled, should be retained by issuing agents
for their records. The duplicate stubs may be used as a receipt from the purchaser if desired. Any
other disposition of such stubs shall be made only in accordance with instructions issued by the
Treasury Department.
Bonds spoiled in process of issue should be returned with the original registration stubs
attached (but not stapled) to bonds, scheduled on Form FA-82 or FA-102, in the space provided.
Spoiled bonds should not be punched or perforated in any manner, but the word “ Void” or “ Can­
celled” should be written or stamped on the face of each bond and related stub.
F O R W A R D IN G O R IG IN A L STUBS, BONDS A N D R E M IT TA N C E S

Each report Form FA-82, or FA-102, together with the related original registration stubs,
War Savings Stamps, spoiled bonds, or unissued stock, should be forwarded to the Federal Reserve
Bank or branch in the manner outlined below:
(a) Shipments weighing eight ounces or less should be dispatched by first class registered
mail, uninsured, declared at a minimum valuation of $5.00.
(b) Shipments weighing more than eight ounces, but not in excess of seventy pounds,
should be dispatched as insured mail to be treated as registered mail at the fourth
class rate of parcel post, in addition to the insurance fee of 15c. The package must be
securely wrapped and sealed by two responsible employees, must not weigh in excess
of seventy pounds, and must bear the following notation:
“This article is put up and mailed by authority o f the Post Office Department upon
prepayment o f postage at fourth class (parcel post) rate and insurance fee. It must be
recorded and handled as a registered article by Postal employees.
R A M S E Y S. B L A C K
Third A sst. Postmaster General.”

Under Postal regulations the remittance check, or draft, is first class matter, and must be
handled accordingly. If stubs are forwarded at the fourth class rate of postage, the remittance
check should be either separately mailed as first class matter, accompanied by one copy of Form
F A -8 2 , or enclosed in a separate addressed envelope, securely attached to the package of stubs, with
first class postage affixed thereon.
IN SU R A N C E
Insurance need not be placed on bonds forwarded to purchasers, or on shipments of stubs,
spoiled bonds, or unissued stock forwarded to this bank (other than the insurance provided by the
15c fee required on fourth class m ail), inasmuch as such shipments are covered by the Government
Losses in Shipment Act.
In order to comply with that Act, issuing agents should retain a record of the contents of
each shipment and the mailing thereof. In connection with the mailing of bonds to purchasers or
their agents the Treasury Department has stated that the application or schedule for purchases of
bonds showing the necessity for mailing, together with the related bond information on the appli­
cation, bond schedule or bond stubs, or other record and evidence of a uniform method of handling,
would appear to be sufficient record in the absence of unusual or suspicious circumstances. Uniform­
ity of procedure and exercise of due care in handling the bonds at the time of enclosure, sealing,
and dispatch thereof should be observed.
R EIM B U R SEM EN T OF T R A N SP O R T A T IO N COSTS
The Treasury Department will reimburse issuing agents, except A rm y Finance Officers,
through this bank for postage and registration costs incurred in shipping stubs, spoiled bonds, or
unissued stock to this bank, provided all shipments are forwarded in accordance with the instruc­
tions outlined herein.
Reimbursement should be requested periodically, preferably not more than once a month, on
Form F A -1 0 3, Rev.
CORRECTION OF ERRORS
Where errors are made in issuing bonds through incorrect inscription, unauthorized forms of
registration, wrong denominations, errors in issue dates, duplications, improper authentications or
otherwise, the following procedure should be observed:
(1) W here errors are found, either at the time of inscription or subsequently, while both
bond and original (white) registration stub therefrom are in the possession of the
issuing agent, the incorrect bond and stubs should be cancelled and considered as
“ Spoiled in Issue” and a new bond may be issued by the issuing agent.
(2) W here errors are found and the original (white) registration stub is not in the posses­
sion of the issuing agent, the incorrect bonds in all cases should be forwarded to this
bank or appropriate branch, as all such bonds requiring reissue must be reissued by
the Federal Reserve Bank or, in some instances, by the Treasury Department. Issuing

agents should not, under any circumstances, reissue such bonds where the original
(white) registration stub is not in their possession, nor consider such bonds as
“ Spoiled in Process of Issu e” When forwarding bonds to this bank or branch for
reissue they should be accompanied by Form PD -1491 executed by the registered
owner, or, if the error was made by the issuing agent, a letter over an authorized
signature setting forth complete information in each case; and appropriate notations
should be made on the records of the issuing agent. I f refunds due to duplications
are necessary, a statement should accompany the bonds surrendered.
LOST BONDS
Should an issuing agent receive information to the effect that a bond has been lost, stolen, or
destroyed, such information should be immediately transmitted to this bank or branch together
with as complete a decription of the bond as is possible. Under no circumstances should issuing
agents issue substitute bonds to replace bonds which have been lost, stolen, or destroyed.
FORMS FOR Q U A L IF IE D ISSU IN G A G E N T S
The following forms will be furnished to designated issuing agents on request:
Form
Form
Form
Form
Form
Form

F A 72 or F A 101
F A 82 or F A 102
F A 103
Misc. 12
F A 78
PD 1491

Form P D E-1686
Form PD F-1687
Form PD G-1688

Requisition for United States W a r Savings Bonds, Series E
Report of Accounting for Sales and Stock
Request fo r Reimbursement o f Postage Expense
Authorized Signature Card
Certificate o f Advice authorizing charge to W a r Loan Account
Request fo r Reissue o f United States Savings Bonds to Correct Error in Registration
Made by Issuing A gen t
Application fo r Series E Bonds
Application for Series F Bonds
Application for Series G Bonds

FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF DALLAS
Fiscal Agent of the United States

ORDER FOR SAVINGS BOND SUPPLIES FOR USE O F ISSUING AGENTS

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The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Station “ K ”
Dallas, Texas
OR
The Federal Reserve Bank Branch
El Paso, Texas
Houston, Texas
San Antonio, Texas

Please send us the following supplies to be used in issuing W ar Savings Bonds:
--------- Pads Form PDE 1686 — Application for Series E bonds
--------- Pads Form PDF 1687 — Application for Series F bonds
--------- Pads Form PDG 1688 — Application for Series G bonds
--------- Pads Form F A 82-A -4 — Consignment Agent’s Sales Report
--------- Pads Form F A 102-A-4 — Prepayment Agent’s Sales Report
--------- Singles Form F A 72 — Consignment Agent’s Requisition for Bond Stock
--------- Singles Form F A 101 — Prepayment Agent’s Requisition for Bond Stock
--------- Singles Form F A 78 (Form K ) — For use of W ar Loan depositaries only

Date

(Name o f Issuing A gent)

(Address)

Important:
This form should be mailed to the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas or to its Branch
at El Paso, Houston, or San Antonio, serving your territory.
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