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CIRCULAR NO. 6.

FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF NEW YORK
62 CEDAR

STREET

NEW YORK, November 16th,

1914.

To THE CASHIER:
SIR:

Referring to the last paragraph of the notice of the Secretary of the Treasury enclosed
herewith, we are directed by him to advise you that the form for the calculation of reserves
which was to accompany his notice is in process of revision by the Comptroller of the Currency
and when revised, will be mailed to you direct by him.
In order to facilitate making the initial transfer of reserves, a form which we are advised
corresponds with that to be issued by the Comptroller was printed at the foot of the remittance
letter enclosed with circular No. 4, and may be used pending the receipt by you of the revised
form.




Respectfully,
B E N J . STRONG, JR.,

Governor.


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