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At a meeting of the Gold Export Committee
of the Federal Reserve Board held in the office of
the Governor on Saturday, March 9, 1918, at 10:45,
A.

M.,

PRESENT:
Mr. Hamlin,

Mr. Willis, Secretary.

Mr. Miller,
Applications for permission to export coin,
currency and bullion, with papers in connection
therewith, were presented and acted upon as follows:
A letter from Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas,
March 4, transmitting copy of a letter by U. S.
Stewart, President of City National Bank of El Paso,
Texas, concerning license No. 117.

Tabled till Monday,

March 11th.
A letter from Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas,
March 4th, transmitting letter by I:lamer Threadgill
of Laredo, Texas, re exportation or currency in small
sums for benefit of families of laborers working in
this country.

Ordered answered permitting general

license.
A memo by Mr. Williams transmitting letter of
First -National Bank of Eagle Pass, re exportation of

of gold to Mexico, etc.

Read and referred to Mr.

Strauss.
1302.

Ambassador Bonillas on behalf of

Senora State Government, Mexico, to ex2ort $100,000
during March to Sonora.

Approved.

1303. Potrero Mining Co., Nogales, Arizona,
to same, Nogales, Mex., during March, $20,000 gold
coin.

Approved.
1304.

Redo & Co., Nogales, Arizona, to same,

Nogales, Mexico, Ti15,000 gold coin, during March,
Declined.
1305.

Kountze Brothers, New York to C. Diaz

Ceballos, S. C. Sucr, Mexico City, between March 15
and April 3o, 1918
1306.

4;30,000, gold coin.

Granted.

Banque Beige pour L'Etranger, New

4138,000 (150,000 ozs)
4
York, to same, Shanghai, !
silver bullion.
1307.

Granted.

Chase National Bank, Nev York to Royal

Bank of Canada, Antilla, Cuba, $100,000 paper currency
except gold certificates.
1308.

Granted.

Chase National Bank, New York, to Royal

Bank of Canada, Havana, Cuba, $500,000 currency except
gold certificates.




Granted.




1309.

Chase National Bank, New York to

Royal Bank of Canada, Santiago de Cuba, '.300,000
currency except gold certificates.
1310.

Granted.

The American Metal Co., New York to

Compania de Minerales y MetaIes, S. A., Mexico City,
4175,000 gold coin during March.
1311.

Granted.

W. C. Laughlin Co., New York, to same,

00
San Javier, Son., Mexico, during April, 1918, •1.1,0
gold coin.
1312.

Granted.
New York & Porto Rico Steamship Co.,

New York, to same, San Juan, Porto Rico, 360.00
monthly in nickels.
1313.

Granted for March.

National City Bank of New York to

same, Rio de .Janeiro, Brazil, 45,000 currency except
gold certificates.
1314.

Granted.

G. Amsinck & - Co., New York, to Banco

Comercial y Agricola, Guayaquil, Ecuador, 430,500
(298 cases) nickel coin.

Tabled until Monday, March

11th.
adjourned.
At 11:00 C'clock A. M., the Committee
APPROVED:

Secretary
Chairman

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