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LIBEARY OF CONGRESS

SELECT LIST OF REFERENCES
ON THE

MONETARY QUESTION




COMPILED BY

HERMANN H. B. MEYER
CHIEF B I B L I O G R A P H E R
AND

WILLIAM ADAMS SLADE
CHIEF OF PERIODICAL DIVISION

WASHINGTON
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
1913




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TABLE O F CONTENTS
Page

Prefatory note
Banking and currency:
Bibliography
General
International banking
Congresses
Banking and currency in foreign countries:
Austria-Hungary
Belgium
Canada
China
France
Germany
Great Britain
Scotland
Italy
Japan .J
Mexico
The Netherlands
Russia
Scandinavian countries
Spain
Switzerland
Other countries
Colonial and foreign money and banking
Banking and currency in the United States:
General
Public
finance
First and second banks of the United States
Independent treasury and deposit of public money
National banking system
State banks and banking
Trust companies
Present day problems
Crises (Panics)
Guaranty of bank deposits
Credit and credit instruments
Clearinghouses
Foreign exchange
Author index
Subject index
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5-7
8-25
26-27
28-30
31-32
32-33
33-37
37-38
38-43
43-55
55-80
80-81
81-82
82-83
83-84
84
85
85-86
86
86-88
88-89
89-91
92-112
112-116
116-119
120-123
123-128
129-137
137-140
140-181
181-195
196-204
205-213
214-218
219-224
225-238
239-247
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PREFATORY NOTE
Three sources have been drawn upon for the present compilation:
one, a group of lists issued under the direction of the former Chief
Bibliographer, now the Chief Assistant Librarian, namely, "Banks
and banking, 1903," "First and second banks of the United States,
1908," and " Currency and banking, 1908;" another, material brought
together by the present Chief Bibliographer in various typewritten
lists with a view to supplementing the group just mentioned and laying particular stress on certain phases of the subject in its recent
development; and finally, an independent undertaking begun by the
present Chief of the Periodical Division during his service as Ubrarian
of the National Monetary Commission.
The present compilers are therefore mainly responsible for the references to writings of a date later than any in the printed lists mentioned
above, and writings chosen with particular regard to present aspects of
the monetary question. The resulting list is broad in the area covered
rather than all-inclusive o£ the resources of the Library of Congress,
or of the library of the National Monetary Commission. The latter
was transferred to the Library of Congress by the act of August 23,
1913, and the list here offered is also, in a certain sense, a catalogue
of the more serviceable part of the collection made by the Commission.
In handling such an extensive literature, a classification which
separated foreign countries from the United States was found convenient. In the arrangement of the references, therefore, bibliographies and general works are given first, then follow references
devoted to particular countries arranged alphabetically. The separate section given to the United States is subdivided along fines mainly
historical, and under the heading "Present-day problems" (p. 140181) will be found a selection from the very great mass of pamphlet
literature which recent discussions have called forth. Finally, a considerable number of references covering certain special aspects of the
general subject are then arranged under the headings, "Crises
(panics)," "Guaranty of bank deposits/' " Credit and credit instruments," "Clearing houses," and "Foreign exchange." Minuter subjects should be sought for in the Subject Index, which has been made
analytical as far as the character of the entries permitted.
H. H. B. MEYER

Chief Bibliographer
W M . A. SLADE

Chief of the Periodical

Division

H E R B E R T PUTNAM

Librarian of Congress
Washington, D. C, June 7,1913




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BANKING AND CURRENCY
BIBLIOGRAPHY
1 Dewey, Davis Rich. Financial history of the United States.
4th ed.
New York, [etc.], Longmans, Green, and co., 1912. xxxviii p.
1 I., 544 V- xv^ diagr. 20cm. {American citizen series,
ed. by A. B. Hart.)
The "Suggestions for students, teachers, and readers" following the
preface constitute a valuable working bibliography of the whole
subject, while highly specialized bibliographies are to be found at
the beginning of each chapter.
13-2878
HJ241.D4 1912

2 [Horton, Samuel Dana] comp. A partial list of modern publications on the subject of money.
(In International monetary conference, Paris, 1878. [Proceedings
and exhibits] Washington, 1879. 23£cm. p. 737-773.)
U. S. 45th Cong., 3d sess. Senate. Ex. doc. no. 58.
1832
2-10393
Z7164.F5H8

3 Jevons, William Stanley. Investigations in currency and
finance, ed. with an introduction, by H. S. Foxwell.
London, Macmillan and co., I884. xliv, 4®8 p. incl. tables.
20 col. diagr. (partly fold.) £Scm.
Bibliography: p. 363-414.
6-17054

4 Lippert, P.

HG221.J45

Bibliographie.

(In Helfferich, Karl. Geld trad Banken. I. Das Geld. Leipzig,
1903. 23 cm . p. 532-590.)
HG221.H47

5 McCulloch, John Ramsay. The literature of political economy:
a classified catalogue of select publications in the different departments of that science, with historical, critical
and biographical notices.
London, Longman, Brown, Green cfe Longmans, 1845. xiii
p., 11, 407 p. 28™.




Money, banks, exchanges, & c : p. 155-191; Prices.—Influence of
enclosures on prices: p. 192-197; Interest and annuities, usury,
& c : p. 248-252; Revenue and finance: p. 318-349.
1-10761*
Z7161.M13
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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

New York. Public library. List of works in the New York
public library relating to bimetallism, gold and silver
standards, etc.
[New York, 1905.] U V- ®6cmReprinted from its Bulletin, September, 1905.
6-671

Z7164.F5N6

List of works in the New York public library
relating to money and banking.
[New York, 1908.] 170 p. 26™.
''Reprinted from its Bulletin, March-June, 1908."
CA 8-2387 Unrev'd
Z7164.F5N61

8

Soetbeer, Adolf. Litteraturnachweis liber Geld- und Miinzwesen
insbesondere iiber den Wahrungsstreit, 1871-1891. Mit
geschichtlichen und statistischen Erlauterungen.
Berlin, Puttkammer & Muhlbrecht, 1892. iv p., 1 I., 822 p.
21icm.
6-659

9

S t e p h e n s , Thomas A. A contribution to the bibliography of
the Bank of England.
London, E. Wilson & co., 1897. xiii, 200 p.
22cm.
7-20483

10

Library of Congress. Division of bibliography. A list of
the more important books in the Library of Congress on
banks and banking. Comp. under the direction of Appleton Prentiss Clark Griffin, chief bibliographer.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 190^. 55 p.
25\cm.
Z881.X75 , 04

A list of works relating to the first and
second banks of the United States, with chronological
lists of reports, etc., contained in the American state
papers and in the Congressional documents. Comp.
under the direction of Appleton Prentiss Clark Griffin,
chief bibliographer.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1908. 2 p. I., [8]~47 p.
25icm.
8-35005

12

Z7164.F5S83

U. S.

4-32519

11

Z7164.F5S7

Z881.XJ5

Select list of books, with references to
periodicals, relating to currency and banking, with special regard to recent conditions. Comp. under the direction of Appleton Prentiss Clark Griffin, chief bibliographer.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1908. 1 p. I., ii, 93 p.
25icm.




"Printed as manuscript."
&-35002

Z881.XT5

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BIBLIOGKAPHY

12a U. S.

Library of Congress. Division of bibliography. List of
books, with references to periodicals, relating to postal savings banks. Comp. under the direction of Appleton
Prentiss Clark Griffin, chief bibliographer.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1908. 23 p. 25™.
7-35013

Z881.TJ5

13 IT. S.

National monetary commission. Publications of the
National monetary commission, September 1, 1911.
Washington, Govt, print off., 1911. 31 p.
23icm.
11-35725

Z7164.F5XJ69

1911

The publications of the National monetary commission were reviewed
in Institute of bankers. Journal, Nov. 1910, v. 31: 528-532; Feb.,
May, 1911, v. 32: 82-90; 243-246.
HG1511.I6,v.31,32
Economist, Nov. 5, 12, 1910, v. 71: 928-929; 978-979; Feb. 25, 1911,
v. 72: 387-388.
HGll.E2,v.71,72
Royal statistical society. Journal, July, 1911, v. 74: 841-846.
HAl.R8,v.74
Wesley C. Mitchell in Quarterly journal of economics, May, 1911, v.
25: 563-593.
HBl.Q3,v.25
See also Miles, Herbert D. item no. 1039.

14

Villefaigne, J. G. de. Manuel pratique du change des monnaies etrangeres.
Paris, Librairie de V enseignement u antescolaire" 1905.
180 p.incl.facsims.
18\cm- (Bibliothegue commerciale &
financiere.)
"Bibliographie": p . 145-168.
6-20850

15

HG3851.V7

Wisconsin. Legislative reference dept. Select list of references
relating to currency and banking in the U. S. with special
reference to the Aldrich plan for a National reserve
association. Nov. 15, 1911.
Wisconsin library bulletin, Dec. 1911, v. 7: 177-180.




Z732.W8W6,v.7

GENERAL WORKS
16 Aldrich, Wilbur. Money and credit. Rev. ed.
New York, The Grafton press, [1903]. viii, 199 p.
3-26613

19icm.

HG221.A36

17 Ailard, Alphonse. La crise; la baisse des prix—la monnaie.
2. 6d. augm.
[Bruxelles, etc., 0. Muquardt, Merzbach et Folk, etc.], 1885.
3 p. I, Ixi, 208 p., 1 I. S0cm.
2-596—M 2

HB3711.A36

18 Andrew, Abram Piatt, comp. Financial diagrams.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1910. 2 p. I., 24 col. fold,
diagr. 39icm. ([U. S.] 61st Cong., 2d sess. Senate Doc.
509.)
At head of title: . . . National monetary commission.
10-35941
HG175.A6

19 Angell, Norman. The influence of banking upon international
relations.
Bankers' magazine (London), Feb. 1912, v. 93: 236-251.
HG1503.B2,v.93

Bankers magazine (New York), Apr. 1912, v. 84: 475-492.
HG1501.B3,v.84

20 Attfleld, J. B. The branch bank system.
Sound currency, Aug. 1, 1897, v. 4, no. 15: 1-16.
HG529.A3,v.4

21 Aupetit, Albert. Essai sur la th6orie g6n&rale de la monnaie.
Paris, Guillaumin et c*, 1901. 1 p. 1., 295 p., 1 I. 25%™.
2-14168

HG221.A92

22 Bagshaw, J. F. G., and C. F. Hannaford. Practical banking,
including currency.
London, Sir I. Pitman, [1913]. viii, 307 p. 22cm.
13-10287

HG1611.B17

23 Bamberger, Ludwig. Ausgewahlte Reden und Aufsatze iiber
Geld- und Bankwesen. Im Auftrag des Vereins zum
Schutz der deutschen Goldwahrung, hrsg. von Karl
Helfferich.
Berlin, J. Guttentag, 1900. vi p., 1 I., 670 p. front, (port.)
23%cm. (Verein zum Schutz der deutschen Goldwahrung.
Schriften. 1.)
l-G-749
8




HG999.B2

GENEBAL WORKS

9

24 Bameule, Henry. La banque nationale dans l'6tat contemporain.
Brest, Societe anonyme d'imprimerie, 1905. viii, 260 p.
tables. 25\cm.
"Bibliographie" : p. v-viii.
6-33502

HG1856.B2

25 The Banking almanac for 1913, . . . containing a complete
banking directory of the United Kingdom and the
British colonies, the principal banks of the world, and
a bankers' guide to the principal insurance offices.
Edited by Sir R. H. Inglis Palgrave.
London: Waterlow and sons, [1912]. xx, 1^52 p. 22cm.
HG2984.B3

26 Bastable, Charles Francis. Public finance. 3d ed., rev. and
enl.
London, New York, Macmillan and co., limited, 1903. xxiv,
780 p. 23cm.
3-16523/3

HJ141.B31

27 Beaure, Auguste. Th6orie et pratique de la monnaie.
Berlin, Putikammer <& Muhlbrecht; [etc., etc., 1898-99.] 2 v.
fold, tables. 24cm.
CONTENTS.—1.1. Traite theoretique de la monnaie et statistique des
metaux pr^cieux, avec trois tableaux concernant les monnayages
bruts et nets et le bilan des metaux pre*cieux.—t. 2. Histoire de la
politique monetaire, statistique des frappes et mouvement des
metaux precieux dans les principaux pays.
6-9200
HG221.B38

28 Bolles, Albert Sidney. Money, banking, and finance.
New York, Cincinnati [etc.], American look company, [1903].
336 p. 20cm.
3-22563

HG1601.B7

29 Brough, William. The natural law of money; the successive
steps in the growth of money traced from the days of
barter to the introduction of the modern clearing-house,
and monetary principles examined in their relation to
past and present legislation.
New York, London, G. P. Putnam's sons, 1896. v, 168 p.
20cm.
^3824/2

HG233.B81

30 Carlile, William Warrand. The evolution of modern money.
London, New York, Macmillan and co., limited, 1901. xxiii,
878, [1] p. 21™.




2-13409

HG231.C3

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31 Carlile, William Warrand. Monetary economics.
London, E. Arnold, 1912. xii, 307, [1] p. 23cm.
12-10807

HG221.C36

32 Cleveland, Frederick Albert. Funds and their uses; a book
describing the methods, instruments, and institutions
employed in modern financial transactions. Kev. ed.
New York, D. Appleton and company, 1903. xiii, 30£ p.
illus. 20cm. {Appleton's business series.)
2-26500/4

HG173.C63

33 Commercial and financial chronicle [Editorial]. Gold and
silver production and movement in 1912.
Commercial and financial chronicle, Feb. 1, 1913, v. 96: 321323.
HGl.C7,v.96
These statistics are published in any early number of each year.

34 Conant, Charles Arthur. A history of modern banks of issue,
with an account of the economic crises of the nineteenth
century and the crisis of 1907. 4th ed., rev. and enl.
New York and London, G. P. Putnam's sons, 1909. xi,
751 p. 23™.
9-8819

35

HG1851.C82

The intervention of the state in the banking world.
Bankers1 magazine {New York), Sept. 1902, v. 65: 288-300.
HG1501.B3,v.65

36 _,

The principles of money and banking.
New York and London, Harper & brothers, 1905. 2 v.
21 cm
Partly reprinted from various periodicals.
"List of authorities": v. 2, p. 441-460.
5-36153

37

HG221.C74

Courcelle-Seneuil, Jean Gustave. Les operations de b^nque
traite theorique et pratique. 10. 6d. rev. et mise h jour,
par Andr6 Liesse.
Paris, F. Alcan, 1909. xxii, 692 p. 23cm.
9-26425

HG1603.C83

38 *Davis, J. F. Bank organisation, management and accounts.
London, New York [etc.], Sir Isaac Pitman & sons, ltd. [n. d.]
vii, [1], 157 p. 22cm.
A 10-1598

39 Del Mar, Alexander. A history of money in ancient countries
from the earliest times to the present.
London, G. Bell and sons, 1885. xxxiv, 358 p. 22\cm.




Bibliography: p. xiii-xix.
Appended: List of Mr. Del Mar's writings, 2 p.
6-17051

HG231.D28

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40

Del Mar, Alexander. A history of the monetary systems of
England, Germany, France, and other European states:
containing an account of their monetary and financial
affairs, as drawn from their statutes, customs, treaties,
mining regulations, jurisprudence, history, archaeology,
coins, nummulary systems, and other sources of information.
New York, The Cambridge encyclopedia co., 1903 [1902], 2
p. I, [ll]-496 p., 1 l, [12] p.
20\™.
Bibliography: p. 11-16.
2-30075

41

HG231.D3

Money and civilization: or, A history of the monetary
laws and systems of various states since the dark ages,
and their influence upon civilization.
London, G. Bell and sons, 1886. xxxviii p., 1 I., 431, [1] p.
23cm.
Bibliography: p. xvii-xxvi.
List of Mr. Del Mar's writings: p. 429-431.
6-17052

42

The science of money.
London, G. Bell and sons, 1885.

HG249.D35

xvi, 122 p.

Appended: List of Mr. Del Mar's writings, 2 p.
6^000f

43
,

The work of a bank.
London, E. Wilson, 1906.
12-5004

46

HG1586.D9

Easton, Harry Tucker. Money, exchange, and banking in their
practical, theoretical and legal aspects, a complete manual
for bank officials, business men, and students of commerce.
2d ed.
London, Sir I. Pitman and sons, ltd., 1907. 312 p. incl. forms.
22cm
Glossary: p. 255-305.
7-37956

45

HG221.D3

Dunbar, Charles Franklin. Chapters on the theory and history
of banking. 2d ed., enl.; ed. by O. M. W. Sprague.
New York and London, G. P. Putnam's sons, 1901. viii p.,
11, 252 p. 19$™.
Apr. 4, 1901-32/2

44

23cm.

HG173.E2

3d ed., rev. and enl.
4 p. I, 138 p. incl. forms.
HG1601.E2

19™.
1906

Fanno, Marco. La moneta; le correnti monetarie ed il riordinamento della circolazione nei paesi a finanze dissestate.
Torino, Fratelli Bocca; [etc., etc.] 1908. 3 p. L, 130 p.
24cm.
(Biblioteca di scienze sociali—vol. LV.)




12-16388

HG221.F3

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47 Ferraris, Carlo Francesco. Principii di scienza bancaria.
Milano, V. Hoepli, 1892. xi p., 1 I., 445 p. 2Scm. (Studi
giuridici e politici.)
1-1-104

HG1586.F4

48 Fisher, Irving. Appreciation and interest: a study of the influence of monetary appreciation and depreciation on the
rate of interest, with applications to the bimetallic controversy and the theory of interest.
New Yorkj Pub. for the American economic association by the
Macmillan company; London, S. Sonnenschein & co.,
1896. x, 100 p. 23cm. {Publications of the American
economic association. [Monographs] v. 11, no. 4-)
Bibliography: p. 96-98.
4-425

49

HBl.A5,v.ll
HB521.F5

A practical method of estimating the velocity of circulation of money. (Printed for private circulation.)
[London, Harrison and sons, printers], 1909. cover-title, 15,
[1] p. diagrs. 21\cm.
"Reprinted from the Journal of the Royal statistical society, vol.
LXXII, part in (30th September, 1909)."
HAl.B8,v.72
10-11676
HG221.F6

50

The purchasing power of money; its determination and
relation to credit, interest and crises, by Irving Fisher . . .
assisted by Harry G. Brown.
New York, The Macmillan company, 1911. xxii p., 1I., 505 p.
tables {2 fold.) diagrs. 22cm.
11-5246

HG229.F5

51 Piske, Amos Kidder. The modern bank; a description of its
functions and methods and a brief account of the development and present systems of banking.
New York, D. Appleton and company, 1901+. xii, 348 p.
front., illus., fold, chart, forms. 20cm. (Appleton's business series.)
4-3601

HG1601.F6

52 Gibbons, Rodmond. The physics and metaphysics of money*
with a sketch of events relating to money in the early
history of California.
New York & London, G. P. Putnam's sons} 1886. 34 p. 20cm.
{Questions of the day, no. 33.)




G-16330f

HG527.G44

GENEEAL WORKS

13

Gilbart, James William. The history, principles and practice
of banking. New ed., rev. by Ernest Sykes.
London, G. Bell and sons, 1907. 2 v. front, (port.) tables.
19cm. [Bohn's libraries.]
8-3258

HG1586.G61

The logic of banking: a familiar exposition of the principles of reasoning, and their application to the art and
science of banking.
London, Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans & Roberts, 1859.
xi,605, [l]p.
18\™.
6-18477f

HF1586.G62

A practical treatise on banking. 5th ed.
London, Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans, 184-9. 2 v.
fronts, (v. 1, port.)
22cm.
6-18484f

HG1601.G5

Handworterbuch der Staatswissenschaften. Hrsg. von J. Conrad, L. Elster, W. Lexis, Edg. Loening. 3. ganzlich
umgearb. Aufl.
Jena, G. Fischer, 1909-11. 8 v. tables (partly fold.)
27cm.




Issued in parts, 1908-1911.
Contains bibliographies.
Abrechnungsstellen, R. Koch, v . 1: 6-12; Agio, W. Lexis, v . 1:
51-52; Anleihen, M. von Heckel, v. 1: 481-490; Arbitrage, Richard
Ehrenberg, v. 1:1220-1224; Assignaten, v. 2: 217-219; Aufbewahrung von Wertpapieren (Das sog. Bankdepotgesetz.), Dr.
Riesser, v. 2:219-224; Banken—Die Bankgeschafte, E . Nasse
and W. Lexis; v. 2: 328-342; Allgemeine Bankpolitik, E . Nasse
and W. Lexis, v. 2: 342-353; Geschichte und gegenwartiger Stand
des Bankwesens—Die Banken im Altertum, J. Merkel, v. 2:
353-360; Die Banken vom 11. bis zum 17. Jahrhundert, Richard
Ehrenberg, v. 2: 360-366; Die Banken in den kontinentalen Staaten
in 18. Jahrhundert, E . Nasse and W. Lexis, v. 2: 366-368; Die
Banken in Grossbritannien und Irland, E . Nasse and W. Lexis,
v . 2: 368-377; Zur Statistik des englischen Bankwesens, W. Lexis,
v . 2: 377-380; Die Konigliche Bank in Berlin (1765 bis 1846),
W. Lexis, v. 2: 380-384; Die deutschen Banken im 19. Jahrhundert bis zur Gegenwart, Dr. Stroll, v. 2:384-399 and W.
Lexis, v. 8:1185-1186; Statistik des deutschen Bankwesens
eeit 1847, W. Lexis, v. 2:399-410; Oesterreichisch-ungarische
Bank, R. Zuckerkandl, v. 2: 411^53, v. 8:1186-1191; Die Banken
in Belgien, E . Philippovich von Philippsberg, v. 2 : 4 5 3 ^ 5 5 ;
Banken in Frankreich, E . Philippovich von Philippsberg, v. 2:
4 5 5 ^ 6 3 ; Banken in Italien (19. und 20. Jahrhundert), C. F .
Ferraris, v. 2:463^80, 1084; Niederlandische Bank, R. van der
Borght, v. 2:480-486; Die Banken in Russland, Wl. Idelson
and W. Lexis, v. 2: 486-500; Die Banken in der Schweiz, J,




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Landmann, v. 2: 500-509; Die Banken in den skandinavischen
Staaten, W. Scharling, v. 2: 509-518, 1084; Die Banken in den
Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika, E. Philippovich von Philippsberg, v. 2:518-533; Bodenkreditinstitute, Felix Hecht, v. 3:
110-111; Borsenrecht, F. J. Pfleger, v. 3:128-160; Borsensteur,
R. Friedberg, v. 3: 161-168, and M. von Heckel, v. 8:1205;
Borsenwesen, Richard Ehrenberg, v. 3:168-198; CentralGenossenschafts-Kasse, Preussische, C. Heiligenstadt, v. 3:
365-369; Clearing-house, Heinrich Rauchberg, v. 3:402-411;
Darlehnkassen, W. Lotz, V. 3:449-411; Darlehnkassenvereine
(Raiffeisen), Hans Criiger, v. 3:452-461; Diskonto und
Diskontopolitik, W. Lotz, v. 3:496-512; Doppelwahrung, W.
Lexis, v. 3:557-571, and K. Th. von Eheberg, v. 8:1207;
Edelmetalle, W. Lexis, v. 3:578-583; Emissionsgeschaft, W.
Lotz, v. 3: 936-945; Finanzen—Finanzen und Finanzwirtschaft,
K. Th. von Eheberg, v. 4:125-133; Geschichte der Finanzen—
Griechische Finanzen, Eduard Meyer, v. 4:134-146; Finanzen
des alten Rom (Republik und Kaiserzeit), H. Dessau, v. 4:
146-152; Finanzen im Mittelalter, Finanzen derneueren Zeit bis
gegen 1800, Finanzen im 19. Jahrh. (bis 1870) K. Th. von Eheberg, v. 4:152-226; Die Finanzen der Gegenwart, O. Schwarz,
v. 4:226-261; Finanzierungsgesellschaften, Robert Liefmann,
v. 4:261-267; Finanz Statistik, Finanzverwaltung, Max von
Heckel, v. 4:267-292, v. 8:1211; Finanzwissensehaft,—Allgemeines, Geschichte der Finanzwissensehaft, K. Th. von Eheberg, v. 4: 292-315; Geld, C. Menger, v. 4: 555-610; Geldtheorie,
staatliche, F. G. Knapp, v. 4: 610-618; Giroverkehr, R. Koch,
v. 5:14-30; Gold und Goldwahrung, W. Lexis, v. 5: 32-44; Hypothekenbanken, Felix Hecht, v. 5: 505-516; Hypothekenschulden
(Statistik), A. Wirminghaus, v. 5:516-527; Hypotheken- und
Grundbuchwesen, Schollmeyer and E. Heymann, v. 5: 527-558;
Kapital, E. Bohm-Bawerk, v. 5:777-785; Kommanditgesellschaften auf Aktien, Lastig, v. 6:1-7; Kredit, W. Lexis, v. 6:
220-227; Kreditgenossenschaften, Hans Criiger, v. 6:227-231;
Kreditgeschafte, Paul Oertmann, v. 6:231-246; Krisen, H.
Herkner, v. 6: 253-276; Landeskreditkassen, Felix Hecht and
Fritz Schulte, v. 6:320-325; Landeskultur-Rentenbanken,
J. Hermes, v. 6:325-331; Landwirtschaftliches Kreditwesen,
J. Conrad, v. 6: 374-379; Muntzbund (lateinischer), W. Lexis,
v. 6:812-816; Munzwesen—Das Munzwesen im Allgemeinen,
W. Lexis, v. 6: 816-824; Orientalisches und greichisches Munzwesen, Eduard Meyer, v. 6:824-832; Romisches Munzwesen,
B. Pick, v. 6:832-839; Mittelalterliches Munzwesen, Theo.
Sommerlad, v. 6: 839-847; Das Munzwesen der neueren Zeit,
W. Lexis, v. 6: 847-853; Papiergeld, W. Lexis, v. 6: 984-1007;
Parallelwahrung, W. Lexis, v. 6:1007-1010; Postsparkassen,
P. D. Fischer and M. Aschenborn, v. 6: 1120-1127; Postcheck,
Max von Heckel, v. 6:1127-1130; Quantitatstheorie, S. P. Altmann, v. 6:1257-1265; Rentenbanken, J. Hermes, v. 7: 103104; Scheck—Recht, Georg Cohn, v. 7: 213-236; Wirtschaftliche
Bedeutung, W. Lexis, v. 7: 236-241; Scheidemtinzen, W. Lexis,
v 7.242-247; Schulden, W. Lexis, v. 7:319-322; Silber und
Silberwahrung, W. Lexis, v. 7:502-523; Sparkassen, Robert

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Schachner, v. 7: 628-666; Spekulation, W. Lexis, v. 7: 670-673;
Staatsschuldbuch, Georg von Schanz, v. 7: 739-758, 1306; Staatsschulden, Max von Heckel, v. 7: 758-773; Stadtschuldbuch,
Georg von Schanz, v. 7:794-796; Wahrungsfrage, W. Lexis,
v . 8: 536-538; Wechsel—Geschichtliche Entwickelung des Wechselrechts, Karl Adler, v. 8: 641-657; Die volkswirtschaftliche
Bedeutung des Wechsels, W. Lexis, v. 8: 657-669; Wechselstempelabgabe, Max von Heckel, v. 8: 669-671; Wert, E. von BohmBawerk, v. 8: 756-774; Zins, E. von Bohm-Bawerk, v. 8: 10041017; Zinsfuss—Zinsfuss im Altertum, J. Beloch, v. 8: 1017-1023;
Zinsfuss im Mittelalter, Theo. Sommerlad, v. 8: 1023-1029; Zinsfuss in neurer Zeit, P. Wallich, v. 8: 1029-1036.
The National Monetary Commission has published translations
of several of these articles, as follows: "Organization of banking
in Russia," b y Professors Idelson and Lexis; " T h e Bank of the
Netherlands," b y R. van der Borght; " T h e Austro-Hungarian
b a n k , " b y Professor Zuckerkandl; " T h e Preussische-CentralGenossenschafts-Kasse, or Prussian central bank for cooperative
societies," b y C. Heiligenstadt; "Cooperative credit societies
(Raiffeisensche
Darlehnkassenvereine)," b y Hans
Criiger;
"Special loan banks (Darlehnkassen)," b y W. Lotz.
The National Monetary Commission has also published translations
of two of these articles as they appeared in the second edition of
Conrad's Handworterbuch, as follows: " T h e land mortgage
associations (Landschaften)," b y J. Hermes; "Agricultural improvement banks (Landeskultur-rentenbanken)," by J. Hermes.
See item nos. 148, 307, 529, 534.
9-3065
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57

Harper, James Wilson. Money and social problems.
Edinburgh cfc Loudon, Oliphant, Anderson & Ferrier, 1896.
xiv, 365 p.
23cm.
6-8708 f

58

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Helfferich, Karl. Geld und Banken. 1. Das Geld. 2. Aufl.
Leipzig, C. L. Hirschfeld, 1910. x, 600 p, 25\cm.
(Handund Lehrouch der Staaisunssenschaf ten . . . /. Abt.: Volkswirtschaftslehre.
vm. Bd.)
11-5026

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HG221.H48

Hertzka, Theodor. Das Wesen des Geldes.
Leipzig, Duncker & Humblot, 1887. 2 p. I., [iii]-viii,
[1] p.
23cm.
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121,

HG221.H57

Heyn, Otto. Beitrage zur Geldtheorie: Die Erfordernisse des
Geldes.
Zeitschrift fur Socialwissenschaft,
Mar.-May, 1911, n. s.
v. 2: 149-155, 250-259, 298-310.
H5.Z6,n.s.v.2
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A History of banking in all the leading nations; comprising the
United States; Great Britain; Germany; Austro-Hungary; France; Italy; Belgium; Spain; Switzerland;
Portugal; Roumania; Russia; Holland; the Scandinavian nations; Canada; China; J a p a n ; comp. by thirteen
authors. Ed. by the editor of the Journal of commerce
and commercial bulletin.
New York, The Journal of commerce and commercial bulletin,
1896. 4 v. 27cm.
CONTENTS.—v. 1. The United States, by W. G. Sumner.—v. 2.
Great Britain, by H. D. Macleod; The Russian empire, by A. E.
Horn; Savings banks in the United States, by J. P. Townsend.—
v. 3. The Latin nations, by P. Des Essars; The banks of AlsaceLorraine after the annexation, by A. Raffalovich; Canada, by
B. E. Walker.—v. 4. Germany and Austria-Hungary, by M.
Wirth; The Netherlands, by R. van der Borght; The Scandinavian
nations, by A. Jensen; Japan, by J. Soyeda; China, by T. R.
Jernigan.
6-36844
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62

Hollander, Jacob H. The development of the theor}^ of money
from Adam Smith to David Ricardo.
Quarterly journal of economics, May, 1911, v. 25: 4.29-470.
HBl.Q3,v.25

63

Howard, Earl Dean and Joseph French J o h n s o n . Money and
banking; a discussion of the principles of money and
credit, with descriptions of the world's leading banking
systems.
New York, Alexander Hamilton institute, [1912]. 4 V- 1"
vii-xxiii, 495 p. 21\cm.
(Modern business; a series of
nineteen texts, especially prepared for the Alexander Hamilton institute course in accounts, finance and management,
edited by J. F. Johnson, [vol. v].)
12-21626

64

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H u l t m a n , Ivar. Die Centralnotenbanken Europas, Hauptzuge
ihrer Organisation und Wiiksamkeit. Ins deutsche iibertragen von W. Ch. Degen.
Berlin, Bank Verlag, 1912. 200 p.
24\cm.
"Literatur": p. 7-8.
12-13424

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H u t c h i s o n , John. The practice of banking, embracing the
cases at law and in equity bearing upon all branches of the
subject.
London, E. Wilson; [etc., etc., 1881]-91. 4 v. 23™.




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66

I n n e s , A. Mitchell. What is money ?
Banking law journal, May, 1913, v. SO: 877-408.

67

Jacobs, Lawrence Merton. Bank acceptances.
Washington, Govt, print off., 1910. 20 p. 28\cm.
61st Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Doc. 669.)

17

([U.S.]

At head of title: . . . National monetary commission.
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68

Jevons, William Stanley. Investigations in currency & finance.
Ed., with an introduction, by H. S. Foxwell. New ed.,
abridged, with preface by H. Stanley Jevons.
London, Macmillan and co., limited, 1909. xxxvi, 34-7 p. ind.
tables, xvin diagr. (5 fold.)
23cm.
CONTENTS.—Preface b y Mrs. Jevons.—Preface to the second edition.—Introduction b y Professor H. S. Foxwell.—I. On the study
of periodic commercial fluctuations (1862)—II. A serious fall in
the value of gold ascertained, and its social effects set forth (1863)—
I I I . The variation of prices, and the value of the currency since
1782 (1865)—IV. The depreciation of gold (1869)—V. On the frequent autumnal pressure in the money market, and the action of
the Bank of England (1866)—VI. The solar period and the price
of corn (1875)—VII. The periodicity of commercial crises and
its physical explanation (1878), with postscript April (1882)—
V I I I . Commercial crises and sun-spots (1878—9)—IX. On the condition of the gold coinage of the kingdom, with reference to the
question of international currency (1868)—X. An ideally perfect
system of currency (1875) (not previously published)—XI. Gold
and silver: a letter to M. Wolowski (1868)—XII. The silver
question (1877)—XIII. Bimetallism (1881)—XIV. Sir Isaac Newton and bimetallism. (Left unfinished in 1882) With an appendix
of fragments on bimetallism from the author's mss.—Appendix
on the theory of cycles.—Index.
9-15074
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59

Money and the mechanism of exchange.
New York, D. Appleton and company, 1907. xviii, 842 p.
diagrs. 19\cm.
{The international scientific series, [vol.
XV1'/].)
13-3821

70

HG221.J53

Jolinson, Joseph French. Money and currency in relation to
industry, prices, and the rate of interest.
Boston, New York [etc.] Ginn & company, [1905]. ix, [1\}
898 p. incl. charts, diagrs.
21\cm.




*'*Literature" at end of chapters.
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71 Kemmerer, E. W. The recent rise in the price of silver and
some of its monetary consequences.
Quarterly journal of economics, Feb. 1912, v. 26: 215-2?7h
HBl.Q3,v.26

72 Einley, David. Money; a study of the theory of the medium
of exchange.
New York, London, The Macmillan company, 1904- xviii
p., 1 I., 415 p. 19cm. (The citizen's library of economics,
politics, and sociology.)
Bibliography: p . 391-409.
4-17909

HG221.K5

73 Knapp, Georg Friedrich. Staatliche Theorie des Geldes.
Leipzig, Duncker & Humblot, 1905. x, 397, [1] p. 23\cm.
8-12339

HG221.K58

74 Knies, Karl Gustav Adolf. Geld und Credit.
Berlin, Weidmann, 1873-79. 2 v. in 3. 23cm.
2-1039—M 2

v.l HG221.K6
v . 2 H G 3 7 0 1 .K6

75 Laughlin, James Laurence. The principles of money.
New York, C. Scribnerys sons, 1903. xvi p., 1 I., 550 p.
1 pi., tables, diagrs. 23\cm.
References at head of chapters.
3-6854/2

HG221.L3

76 Levy, Raphael Georges. Banques d'emission et trfeors publics.
Paris, Hachette et c", 1911. 2 p. I., xxiv, 628 p. incl. tables.
23cm.
11-18201

76a

HG1851.L5

Les etats banquiers phcmomenes de la finance moderne.
Revue des deux mondes, Mar. 1, 1913, 6. per. t. 14.: 172-204.
I. Russie et Japon; I I . Etats-Unis d'Amerique; I I I . Dep6ts effectues a I'Stranger dans un deasein monetaire; IV. Les tremors
endett^s; V. Considerations generates. A P 2 0 . R 3 , 6 t h s e r . , v . l 4

77 Loria, Achille. II valore della moneta. 2. ed., riveduta e notevolmente ampliata.
Torino, [etc.], Unione tipograftco-editrice, 1901. 3 p. I.,
152 p. 25cm.
"Estratto dalla Biblioteca dell' economista, iv serie, vol. v i . "
3-23336
HG221.L8

78 McCulloch, John Ramsay. Essays on interest, exchange, coins,
paper money, and banks.
Philadelphia, A. Hart, 1851. 6 p. l.f 194 p. incl. tables.
23cm




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79

Macleod, Henry Dunning. The elements of banking.
London, Longmans, Green, and co., 1877. xiii, 271 p.
6-18478t

80

The theory and practice of banking.
London, Longmans, Green and co., 1892.

HG1586.M25

5th ed.
2 v. 2Scm.

6-25186f

81

HG1586.M3

M u h l e m a n , Maurice Louis. Government supervision of banking throughout the world, with special reference to the
laws governing the subject in the United States. American bankers 7 convention year-book 1911.
New York, The Banking law journal, 1911. xlvi, 60,
xlvii-xlviii p. illus.
27\cm.
11-29979

82

HG1776.M8

The world's principal monetary systems; a concise
review of the monetary systems of the leading nations of
the world, illustrating the fundamental differences between
the various systems. With a copy of the charter of the
Second bank of the United States, and a discussion of the
Monetary commission bill now before Congress. American bankers' association year-book 1912.
New York, The Banking law journal, 1912. Hi, 59, [1] p.
illus. (inch facsims.)
28cm.
12-24307

83

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HG221.N64

Nogaro, Bertrand. Le r6le de la monnaie dans le commerce
international et la theorie quantitative.
Paris, V. Giard & E. Briere, 190^. 2 p. I, 210 p., 1 I. 25cm.
"Bibliographic": p . 207-210.
6-3606

86

HG221.N63

B a n k e d money, a supplement to a treatise on money.
London, A. and O. Black, 1902. viii, 84 p. 19%cm.
Based on a series of lectures.
3-1442

85

1912

Nicholson, Joseph Shield. A treatise on money, and essays on
monetary problems. 5th ed.
London, A. and O. Black, 1901. xviii, 458 p.
19cm.
4-4224/2

84

3d ed.
19%cm.

Obst, Georg. Banken und Bankpolitik.
Leipzig, C. E. Poeschel, 1909. viii, SOS, [1] p.




"Literaturverzeichnis": p . 299-303.
9-25263

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23\cm.
HG1551.03

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Obst, Georg. Geld-, Bank- und Bdrsenwesen; ein Handbuch
fur Bank-beamte, Juristen, Kaufleute und Kapitalisten,
sowie fur den Akademischen gebrauch. 4. umgearb. und
verm. Aufl.
Leipzig, C. E. Poeschel, 1907. xii, 316 p. incl. illus., tables,
forms. 3 facsim. (2fold.)
22cm. {Sammlung kaufmannischer Unterrichtswerke fur Schulen, Kontore und zur Selbstbelehrung . . . 1. Bd.)
"Literatunibersicht":
8-5869

88

p . 305-308.
HG173.02

Palgrave, Sir Robert Harry Inglis. Bank rate and the money
market in England, France, Germany, Holland, and Belgium, 1844-1900.
Loudon, J. Murray, 1903. xxiii, 237 p.
25\cm.
3-17262

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CONGRESS

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Pendlebury, Thomas. A description of the constitution and
methods of the state banks of Europe, and of the national
banks of the United States, and their relations with their
respective governments and with other banks.
Institute of bankers. Journal, Nov. 1905, v. 26: 1^.51-1^92.
CONTENTS.—England; France; Germany; Austria-Hungary; Russia;
Belgium; Holland; Spain; Italy; Sweden; Norway; Denmark;
Portugal; Bulgaria; Servia; Roumania; Turkey; Greece; Switzerland; United States of America.
HG1511.I6,v.26

80

Piatt, James. Money. Reprinted, under arrangement with
the author, from the 19th English ed.
New York and London, G. P. Putnam's sons, 1889. xi, 267 p.
18cm.
+
2-9007

91

HG221.P7

P r i c e , Langford Lovell Frederic Rice. Money and its relations
to prices; being an inquiry into the causes, measurement,
and effects of changes in general prices.
London, S. Sonnenschein cfc co., limited; New York, C.
Scribnerfs sons, 1909, viii p., 1 I., 200p.
19\cm.
[Social
science series, 88.]




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92

Questions monetaires contemporaines, par Paul Alglave, Lucien
Brocard [etc.] . . . preface par P . Cauwes, A. Souchon,
M. Bourguin.
Paris, L. Larose et L. Tenin, 1905. 2 p. I., [vii]-xii, 852 p.
incl. tables, diagrs.
25\cm.
"Bibliographie de chacun des auteura de cet ouvrage": p . [x]-xii.
"Bibliographie" at end of each number.
CONTENTS.—I. La monnaie et lea prix, par E. Dolleana.—II. La
production de For, par L. Brocard.—III. La production de
l'argent, par L. Polier.—IV. De la baiase de l'argent via-a-via de
Tor, par B. Raynaud.—V. La politique monetaire dea pay8 producteura d'argent et lea campagnea bimetallistea en Europe, par
R. Lafarge.—VI. La circulation fiduciaire et lea crisea du change
en Italie et en Eapagne, par E. Fochier.—VII. L'abolition du
cour8 force en Ruaaie et en Autriche, par P. Cahen.—VIII. La
queation monetaire en Extreme-Orient, par P . Alglave.—IX.
La queation monetaire en Chine et au Japon, par C. Paultre.—
X . La politique monetaire dea republiquea de VArgentine et du
Breail, par J. Lyon.
11-32520
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93

Robinson, Humphrey. A simple explanation of modern banking customs; ed. from a legal standpoint by W. Overton
Harris.
Boston, Small, Maynard & company, [c1910]. Ill p.
17\cm.
10-10332

94

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Rozenraad, Cornells. The international money market.
Institute of bankers {London), Apr. 1902, v. 23: 165-208;
Mar. 1903, v. 24: 87-121; May, 1904, v. 25: 263-291;
Apr. 1907, v. 28: 201-223.
HG1511.I6,v.23,24,25,28

95

Scharling, William. Bankpolitik.
Jena, G. Fischer, 1900. xii, 371 p.
l-G-1757

96

HG1586.S3

S c h o r t m a n n , Max. Die Zentralnotenbanken im Dienste der
staatlichen Kassenverwaltung; eine Untersuchung uber
die Beziehungen von Banken zu offentlichen Kassen.
Stuttgart, F. Enko, 1910. x,117 p. 25cm.
(Tubinger stoatsmissenschaftliche AbTiandlungen. 7. Hft.)
"Quellenuberaicht": p . 115-117.
12-29635

97

23%cm.

HG1811.S3

Scott, William Amasa. Money and banking. 4th ed., rewritten, rearranged and enl.
New York, H. Holt and company, 1910. ix, 377 p.
22cm.




" L i s t of references": p. 347-361.
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98 Senior, Nassau William. Three lectures on the value of moneyf
delivered before the University of Oxford, in 1829.
London, B. Fellowes, 18Ifi. 84 p.
21\cm.
A12-1515

HG229.S47

99 Shaw, William Arthur. The history of currency, 1252 to 1894;
being an account of the gold and silver monies and monetary standards of Europe and America.
London, Wilsons & Milne, [1895], xxx, 4$1 V* ta^es,
diagrs. (partly fold.) 23cm.
Authorities: p. xvi-xxvii.
6-5492

HG231.S4

100 Simmel, Georg. Philosophic des Geldes. 2e verm. Aufl.
Leipzig, Duncker & Humblot, 1907. xiv, 585, [1] p. 24\cm.
A10-1386

HG221.S6

101 Smith, Howard Irving. Smith's financial dictionary. 2d ed.
New York city, Moody's magazine, 1908. 543 p. 24cm.
13-3652

HG151.S62

102 Sykes, Ernest. Banking and currency. With an introduction by F. E. Steele. 2d ed.
London, Butterworth & co., 1908. 2 p. I., vii-xvi, 288 p.
20icm.
"Intended mainly as a text-book for students."—Pref.
Bibliography: p. 257-262.
"Test questions": p. 263-271.
9-7577
HG1586.S92

103 Terrel, Henry and Henri Lejeune. Traits des operations
commerciales de banque.
Paris, Masson et c", 1905. 2 p. I., 562 p., 1 Z. 22\cm.
CONTENTS.—Notions preliminaires.—1. ptie. Du credit de banque
en general, et, en particulier, sous sa forme la plus simple; le
pr£t ou avance de fonds a decouvert.-—2. ptie. Be Poperation
ayant pour pbjet d'ajouter des garanties au credit de banque et
de le mobiliser: l'escompte.—3. ptie. Des operations ayant
pour objet principal d'a outer des garanties au credit de banque.—
4. ptie. Des operations qui sont de simples procedes de mobilisation du credit de banque.—5. ptie. Des operations accessoires
de banque qui ne se traduisent pas par un mouvement de fonds.
6-21889
HG1603.T3

104 Thomson, William. Dictionary of banking; a concise encyclopaedia of banking law and practice.
London, Bath and New York, Sir L Pitman & sons, ltd.,
[1911]. vii, 554, [1] p. 26™.




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105

Tipper, H. Banking in ancient and mediaeval societies.
Institute of bankers (London). Journal, Mayy Nov., Dec,
1908, v. 29: 801-809; 522-581; 574-579.
HGl5ll.l6,v.29

106

U m s t e d , James S. H. Is gold redundant?
Forum, Aug. 1912, v. 48: 205-222.

107

AP2.F8,v.48

U. S.

Bureau of statistics (Dept. of commerce and labor).
Statistical abstract of the world showing imports and
exports of merchandise and precious metals, population,
area, debt, currency, stocks of money, etc., of the principal
countries of the world. Sections one and two. Section
one, Total imports and exports by years. Section two,
Total imports and exports by countries. < F r o m the
Summary of commerce and finance for April, 1904. >
Washington, Gov't print, off., 1904. cover-title, iv, 87258958 p.
29icm.
6^37907

108

HF91.TJ5

1004

Bureau of statistics (Treasury dept).
National debts
of the world.
[Washington, Gov't print off., 1901.] 1 p. I, 2141-2221 p .
tab. 29cm.
From the Summary of commerce and finance for March, 1901.
2-684
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109

Bureau of the mint. The monetary systems of the
principal countries of the world.
Washington, Govt print off., 1912. 47 p.
24\cm.
12-35506

110

—

National monetary commission. Interviews on the
banking and currency systems of England, Scotland,
France, Germany, Switzerland, and Italy, under the
direction of Hon. Nelson W. Aldrich, chairman National
monetary commission.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1910. 54I p* fold, tables.
28icm.
(61st Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Doc. 405.)
10-35470

111

HG259.T74

HG1576.U6

Notes on the postal savings-bank systems of the
leading countries.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1910. 128 p. tables (partly
fold.) 28cm.
(61st Cong., 8d sess. Senate. Doc. 658.)




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112 U. S.

National monetary commission. Report to the National
monetary commission on the fiscal systems of the United
States, England, France, and Germany.
Washington, Govt print, off., 1910. 86 p. 23cm. (61st
Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Doc. IfiS.)
By J. 0 . Manson, of the Treasury department.
Issued also in 1909.
10-35378
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113 Wagner, Adolf Heinrich Gotthilf. Beitrage zur Lehre von
den Banken.
Leipzig, L. Vossy 1857. xvi, 31ft p., 2 1. fold, diagr. 22cm.
4-35695

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114 Walker, Francis Amasa. Money.
New York, H. Holt and company; [etc., etc.] 1891. w p.,
11., 550 p. 20icm.
6-9202

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Money in its relations to trade and industry.
New York, H. Holt and company, 1907. iv p., 1 I., SS9 p.
19\cm.
7-19438

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116 Walsh, Correa Moylan. The fundamental problem in monetary science.
New York, London, The Macmillan company, 190S. x,383
p. 20cm.
3-4765

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117 Weber, Adolf. DieGeldqualitatder Banknote. Einejuristischsoeial-okonomische Untersuchung.
Leipzig, Duncker & Humblot, 1900. xii, 84 p- 23cm.
"Quellenverzeichnis": p. ix-xii.
2-22632

HG351.W3

118 Whitaker, A. C. The Ricardian theory of gold movements
and Professor Laughlin's views of money.
Quarterly journal of economics, Feb. 1901+, v. 18: 220-254HBl.Q3,v.l8

119 White, Horace. Money and banking, illustrated by American history. Revised and continued to the year 1911.
4th ed.
Boston, New York [etc.] Oinn and compamj, [1911]. xiv,
491 p. col. front, diagrs. 20cm.




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120 Wirth, Max. Das Geld. Geschichte der Umlaufsmittel von
der altesten Zeit bis in die Gegenwart.
Leipzig, G. Freytag; [etc., etc.] I884. 3 p. I, 213, [1] p.
illus. 18\cm. (Das Wissen der Gegenwart ... xxv. Bd.)
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HG231/W7

Wolff, Henry W. Co-operative banking, its principles and
practice, with a chapter on co-operative mortgage-credit.
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People's banks: a record of social and economic success. 3d ed.; newly rev. and enl.
London, P . 8. King & co., 1910, xii p., 2 l, 587 p.
21\cm.
CONTENTS.—Introduction.—The general idea.—The two problems.—
The two aspects of the question.—Credit to agriculture.—The
"credit associations" of Schulze-Delitzsch.—Raiffeisen village
banks.—Adaptations.—"Assisted" co-operative credit.—Co-operative credit in Austria and Hungary.—The "Banche popolari"
of Italy.—The "Casse rurali" of Italy.—Co-operative credit in Belgium.—Co-operative credit in Switzerland.—Co-operative credit
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A10-1906
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HG1503.B2,v.82

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International banking and its important influence on
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127 U. S. Congress. House. Committee on hanking and currency.
International American bank. Report, June 26, 1890.
[Washington, Govt, print, off., 1890.] 9 p. 23cm. (51st
Cong., 1st sess. House. Kept. 2561.)
2814
Presented by Mr. Dorsey.
Contains reprint of Senate ex. doc. no. 129, 51st Cong., 1st sess.
2688

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International American bank. Report,
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[Washington, Govt, print, off., 1897.] 20 p. 23cm. (54th
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Presented by Mr. Brosius. Accompanying, as part 2 of this document, is the report of the minority, presented by Mr. Calderhead,
March 2, 1897; 20 p.
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April 5, 1892.
[Washington, Govt, print, off., 1892.] 8 p. 28cm. (52d
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3045
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2688
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Dept. of state. Letter of the Secretary of state [James
G. Blaine] relative to the report of the International American Conference in favor of an international American
bank, May 27, 1890.
[Washington, Govt print off., 1890.] 7 p. 23cm.
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London, Printed for H. M. Stationery off., by Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1898. xii, [6], [8]-210 p. 88cm. {[Parliament
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9-18653
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English and Spanish in parallel columns.
Matias Romero, president.
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134 International monetary conference.
Paris, 1867. 1.-2. seance.
HG205.1867.A1
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HG205.1867.A12
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HG205.1875.A2F8
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HG205.1878 A2TJ5
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HG205.1881.A1
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HG205.1881.A2TX5
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HG205.1892.A15
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HG205.1892.A2TJ5

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Conference monetaire entre la Belgique, la France, l'ltalie et la
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HG207.1874
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HG207.1874
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HG207.1874
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HG207.1874
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HG207.1885

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Belgique. 3. Empire d'Allemagne. 4. France. 5. Pays scandinaves. 6. Donnees gen^rales. 7. Lettre du ministre des finances
invitant quelques personnes comp^tentes a se r£unir afin de confe>er avec lui sur les questions monetaires, 27 octobre 1873. Note
du ministre des finances exposant ces questions, 6 septembre 1873.
Seances de la Conference.—2. ser. 1876. 1. Pays-Bas. 2. Procesverbaux de la Conference monetaire de Paris, Janvier 1874. 3.
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Execution de la Convention . . . conclue le 31 Janvier 1874 entre
la Belgique, la France, l'ltalie et la Suisse. 5. Pays-Bas. 6.
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201 Muhleman, Maurice L. China and the silver question.
Banking law journal, May, 1910, v. 27: 896-402.
202 New Chinese coinage and the public.
American Asiatic association. Journal, Oct. 1911, v. 11:
270-271.

HF3119.A5,v.ll

203 Wilson, Otto. Chinese coinage.
Bankers1 magazine, Feb. 1912, v. 84: 145-14?HG1501.B3,v.84

FRANCE
204 Banque de Prance, Paris. Compte rendu au nom du Conseil
g&i6ral de la banque et rapport de MM. les censeurs.
Paris [1840-1911]. 70 v. in 25. tables. 32\™.
7-38815

205

HG3034.A3

The Transactions of the Bank of France and its
branches for 1911.
Bankers' magazine {London), Aug. 1912, v. 94: 221-254-




The statement of the operations of the Bank of France is published
in this magazine annually.
HGrl503.B2,v.94

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FRANCE

206

Barbery, Bernard. La Banque de France et le credit agricole,
les caisses regionales.
Paris, V. Giard & E. Brieve, 1899. 3 p. L, 124 p.
25\cm.
6-33501

207

Barety, L6on. Uevolution
en Allemagne.
Paris, M. Riviere, 1908.

HG2051 .F8B2

des banques locales en France et
viii, 191 p.

22\cm.

"Bibliographie": p. v-vi.
8-19220

208

B o n n e t , Victor. Le credit et les finances.
Paris, Guillaumin et c", 1865. 3 p. I., [3}-396 p.
8-13095f

209

HG3028.B3

22\™.
HJ1087.B7

Brocard, Lucien. De remission des billets de banque et du
privilege de la Banque de France.
Dijon, Impr. Darantiere, 1896. 3 p. I., [5]-291 p.
24\™.
"Bibliographie": p. 285-287.
13-3649

HG3035.B8

210

Brunet, R. Les rapports de la Banque de France et du tr&or
pendant Fannie 1911 et la loi du 29 decembre 1911.
Revue de science et de legislation financieres, Jan.-Mar. 1912,
v. 10: 48-56.
HJl03.R7,v.l0

211

The Circulating medium in France.
Bankers1 magazine (London), July, 1904, v. 78: 117-129.
Abstract of report of French enquiry of Oct. 15, 1903, published
in the Bulletin de Statistique et de Legislation Comparee for
March, 1904, signed by M. Andre* B&aac, Directeur du movement general des fonds.
HG1503.B2,v.78

212

Collas, Henry. La Banque de Paris et des Pays-Bas, et les
emissions d'emprunts publics et prives.
Dijon, Impr. Barbier, L. Marchal, 1908. 3 p. I., 221 p.
25cm.
"Bibliographie": p. 217.
13-1036

213

HG3040.P24B3

1908

Dartiguenave, Aymard. Kelations de la Banque de France
avec le tresor.
Paris, Librairie de la Societe du recueil general des lois et des
arrets [etc.], 1902. 2 p. I., 206 p.
25cm.
3-7400

HG1813.F8D3

214 *Dop, Louis J. Le credit agricole. Le credit foncier de France
dans le r61e de banque centrale; avec une preface de D.
Zolla.
Paris, V. Giard & E. Briere, 1901. 2 p. I., xxxviii, 284 P18\cm.




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Douilhet, Ren6. L' agriculture et le problSme du credit agricole
en France.
Bordeaux, Impr. G. Gounouilhou, 1901,,. 200 p., 1 I.
25\cm.
"Bibliographie": p . 193-197.
5-19410

216

France. Conseil superieur de V agriculture, du commerce, et de
Vindustrie.
Enqu&te sur la question monetaire.
Paris, Imprimerie nationale, 1872. 2 v. diagrs.
S5\cm.
6-44884

217

HG973.C5

EnquSte sur les principes et les faits g6n6raux
qui r^gissent la circulation monetaire et fiduciaire.
Paris, Imprimerie imperiale, 1867-69. 6 v. tables. 35cm.
10-21376

218

HG2051 .F8D7

HG973.C4

Parliament.
Banque de France. Renouvellement du
privilege. Documents parlementaires. 1891-1897.




Series including the following:
No. 1145. Chambre des deputes. 1891. Annexe au proces-verbal
de la seance du 24 Janvier 1891. Projet de loi portant prorogation
du privilege de la Banque de France. 31 p .
No. 1649. Chambre des d6put6s. 1892. Annexe au proces-verbal
de la 2e. seance du 18 juillet 1891. Rapport fait au nom de la
Commission charged d'examiner: 1° le projet de loi portant prorogation du privilege de la Banque de France; 2° les propositions de
M. Emile Ferry et de M. Dumay sur la Banque de France. 112 p .
No. 1649 (annexe). Chambre des deputes. 1892. Annexe au procesverbal de la 2e. stance d u 18 juillet 1891. Annexe au rapport
[1649, supra.] 22 p .
No. 2082. Chambre des deputes. 1896. Annexe au proces-verbal
de la stance du 31 octobre 1896. Projet de loi portant prorogation
du privilege de la Banque de France. 36 p .
No. 2225. Chambre des deputes. 1897. Annexe au proces-verbal
de la stance du 23 Janvier 1897. Rapport fait au nom de la Commission charged d'examiner le projet de loi portant prorogation du
privilege de la Banque de France. 104 p .
No. 2225 (annexe). Chambre des d6put6s. 1897. Annexe au proces-verbal de la stance du 23 Janvier 1897. Annexe au Rapport
[2225, supra]. 37 p .
No. 205. Senat. 1897. Annexe au proces-verbal de la seance du
2 juillet 1897. Projet de loi adopte par la Chambre des deputes
portant prorogation du privilege de la Banque de France. 12 p .
No. 2. S6nat. 1897. Annexe au proces-verbal de la seance du 22
octobre 1897. Rapport fait au nom de la Commission chargee
d'examiner le projet de loi, adopte* par la Chambre des deputes,
portant prorogation du privilege de la Banque de France. 159 p .
HG3035.A5 1891
The above series of documents were selected for t h e National
monetary commission b y French experts on the national banking
system of France.

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219

Helander, Sven. Das Zuruckgehen der Bedeutung der Zentralnotenbanken. I I I . Kapitel. Die franzosische Zentr alno tenb anken.
Jahrbilcher fur Nationalolconomie und Statistik, June, 1912,
3. ser., v. 44:175-210.
HB5.J3,3.ser.,v.44

220

Huart, Albin. Le developpement des operations de credit
des grandes banques franpaises * et leur influence sur
l'essor Economique et financier du pays.
Revue economique Internationale, Aug. 15-20, 1912, 9.anneef
v. 3: 263-289.
HB3.R5,9.ann6e,v.3

221

K a u f m a n n , Eugen. Das franzosische Bankwesen, mit besonderer Beriicksichtigung der drei Depositengrossbanken.
Tubingen, J. C. B. Mohr (P. Siebeck), 1911. xii, 372 p.
inch tables. 24\cm.
(Archiv fur Sozialwissenschaft und
Sozialpolitilc. Ergdnzungsheft /.)
" B e n u t z t e Literatur": p . x-xii.
11-5945

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Lagrave, Lucien. Les Stablissements de credit, Tescompte et
la Banque de France.
Paris, Impr. Alcan-Levy, 1910. 125 p., 1 I. 25\cm.
"Bibliographie": p . 121-122.
12-18252

223

HG3729.F8L3

Liesse, Andre. Evolution of credit and banks in France from
the founding of the Bank of France to the present time.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1909 [1910]. 267 p. fold. tab.
23cm.
(U. S. 61st Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Doc. 522.)
At head of title: National monetary commission.
10-35929*

224

HG3028.K3

HG3028.L5

Nogaro, Bertrand. La banque de France et les nouvelles
conventions.
Revue politique et parlementaire, Apr. 10, 1912, v. 72: 22-33,
H3.B4,v.72

225

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Les banques d emission et leur Evolution contemporaine.
Revue economique internationale, June 15-20, 1912, 9.
annee, v. 2: 475-494*
HB3.R5,9.annee,v.2
Patron, Maurice. The Bank of France in its relation to
national and international credit, and an article upon
French savings, by Alfred Neymarck.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1910. 181 p. fold, diagr.
23cm.
([U. S.] 61st Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Doc. 494.)




At head of title: . . . National monetary commission.
Bibliography: p . 160-161.
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P o m m i e r , Louis. La Banque de France et T6tat depuis sa
creation jusqu'& nos jours.
Paris, A. Rousseau, 1904, %v, 4^5 p.
25\cm.
'l Bibliographie'': p. v-xi.
CONTENTS.—Introduction: Le regime de la Banque de France vis-avis de l'6tat.—1. ptie. La concession du privilege demission a la
Banque de France, au cours du xix e siecle.—2. ptie. La Banque
de France et le service de la trSsorerie de T6tat.—3. ptie. La
Banque de France et les imp6ts.—Conclusion.
6-3607
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228

Prince, Am6d6e. Une banque d'exportation.
NouveUe revue, June 1,1912, 4. ser., v. 1: 327-344,
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Une banque d'exportation. Deuxieme partie. Facilit y que pourrait peut-6tre fournir la Banque de France
pour aider k la creation d'une banque d'exportation.
NouveUe revue, July 1, 1912, 4, ser,, v. 2: 69-81,
AP20.N8,4.s6r.,v.2

230

Bayneri, Charles. Le credit agricole par r association cooperative; manuel k l'usage des promoteurs et administrateurs d'associations de credit agricole. Vendu au profit
du Centre fed^ratif du credit populaire en France (3 6d.)
Paris, GuiUaumin & c*, 1902. lJfi p., 1 I. 26\™.
6-24032

231

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Paris,
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essor, son avenir; lettre-prSface de M. Jules Meline.
Librairie agricole de la Maison rustique, 1911. xv,
p., 1 I. 23cm.

12-7184

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Schwalenberg, Georg Karl. Die Bank von Frankreich und
die deutsche Reichsbank. Ein Vergleich.
Halle a. 8., Hofhuckdruckerei von C, A, Kaemmerer <& co.,
1903. x, 140 p.
22cm.
" Litteraturverzeichniss ": p. v-vi.
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U. S.

National monetary commission. Statistics for Great
Britain, Germany, and France, 1867-1909.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1910. 354 V- (var^V fold.)
29cm.
(61st Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Doc. 578.)




Statistics for France, 1870-1909. Furnished mainly by the Bank of
France and the Credit lyonnais. pt. 1. General statistics,
pt. 11. Statistics of banks and banking in France, pt. in.
Statistics of money, gold supply, gold movements, and foreign
exchange.
10-36023
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GERMANY

234

Vallier, Fernand. Les banques d'exportation h Fetranger et
en France.
Grenoble, J. Rey, 1911. 2 p. I, v, 228 p., 1 I. incl. tables.
25cm.
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235

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Variations in the rate charged by the Bank of France from
1844 to 1899.
Bankers' magazine (London), Aug. 1900, v. 70:125-132.
HG1503.B2,v.70

236

Vidal, Emmanuel. The history and methods of the Paris
bourse.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1910. 1 p. I., 276 p.
facsims.
23\cm.
([ U. S.] 61st Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Doc. 573.)
At head of title: . . . National monetary commission.
10-36031
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238

Weber, Adolf. Das franzosische Bankwesen.
Archiv fur Sozialwissenschaft und Sozialpolitik,
v. 34: 615-624.
GERMANY

Bendixen, Friedrich. Das Wesen des Geldes. Zugleich ein
Beitrag zur Reform der Reichsbankgesetzgebung.
Leipzig, Duncker & Humblot, 1908. 2 p. l.} 60 p.
24cm.
9-3396

239

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B l u m e n b e r g , Albert Wilhelm Georg. Die Konzentration im
deutschen Bankwesen.
Leipzig-Reudnitz, Druck von A. Hoffmann, 1905. Ill p., 21.
23hcm.
"Literaturverzeichnis": 1 p. following p. 111.
7-10686

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Biermer, Magnus. Die deutsche Geldverfassung. 2. Aufl.
Giessen, E. Roth, 1908. 68 p. 22cm.
(Sammlung nationalokonomischer Aufsatze und Vortrage in zwangloser Reihenfolge, hrsg. von Magnus Biermer. L Bd. Hft. 10.)
9-20440

241

HG221.B45

B i c h m a n n , Heinrich. Der Zinsfuss seit 1895.
Berlin, Putikammer & Muhlbrecht, 1912. vi, 7-154y [4S\ p.
incl. tables, diagrs. 24cm" Literaturnachweis ": p. v-vi.
12-24475

240

Mar. 1912,
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HG3048.B5

Budde, Justus. Beitrage zum Reichs-hypothekenbankgesetze.
Berlin, F. Vahlen, 1905. 58 p. 23™.




6-37190

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243 Buff, Siegfried. Das Kontokorrentgesehaft im deutschen
Bankgewerbe.
Stuttgart und Berlin, J. G. Cotta, 1904. *&, 126 p. 23\cm,
(Munchener volkswirtschaftliche Studien. 61. Stuck.)
"Literaturverzeichnis": p. x-xii.
4-19213

HG3050.B0

244 Dalchow, Dr. Die Reichsbank in kritischer Betrachtung ihres
juristischen Gefuges und ihrer volkswirtschaftlichen
Bedeutung.
Annalen des Deutschen Reichs, 1912, no. 4' 288-303; no. 5:
379-389; no. 6: 423-451.
"Verzeichnis der benutzten Biicher": p. 448-451.

H5.A6

1912

245 Dannenbaum, Fritz. Deutsche Hypothekenbanken; wirtschaftliche Darstellung nebst Kommentar zum Hypothekenbankgesetz.
Berlin, F. Vdhlen, 1911. viii, 418 p. incl.fold. tab. 25%cm.
*' Literatur dee Hypothekenbankwesene'': p. 409-412.
12-5199
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246 Depitre, Edgard. Le mouvement de concentration dans les
banques allemandes.
Paris, A. Rousseau, 1905. 3 p. 1., 260 p. incl. tables. 25\cm.
"Bibliographic": p. 253-256.
7-9572

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247 Disconto Gesellschaft, Berlin. Die Disconto-gesellschaft,
1851 bis 1901, Denkschrift zum 50jahrigen Jubilaum.
Berlin, [Reichsdruckerei], 1901. 277 p. plates, ports.
32\cm
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248 Eichholtz, Thilo. Nationale deutsche Bankpolitik, unter besonderer Berucksichtigung der Entwicklung der deutschen
Ubersee- und Kolonialbanken.
Berlin, W. Susseroii, 1906. 3 p. I, 171 p. 26cm.
6-39005

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249 Franken, Carl. Der Staat und die Hypotheken-banken in
Preussen.
Leipzig, C. L. Hirschfeld, 1904. iv, 88 p. 24cm. (Abhandlungen aus dem Staatswissenschaftlichen Seminar zu Milnster
i. W. . . . hrsg. von Max von Heckel. 1. Hft.)
"Literatur": p. iii-iv.
6-22844

HG2051 .G4F7

250 Franz, Robert. Die landschaftlichen Kreditinstitute in Preussen. Ihre rechtlichen und finanziellen Verhaltnisse und
ihre geschichtliche Entwickelung.
Berlin, F. Schneider & co.} 1902. xvi, 401, [1] p. 24cm.




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251

Germany.
Bankenquete-Tcommission.
Bankenquete 1908.
Stenographische Berichte. Die Verhandhmgen der Gesamtkommission zu den Punkten T-V des Fragebogens.
Berlin, E. 8. Mittler und Sohn, 1909. viii, 290 p. Six 24cm.
Rudolf Havenstein, chairman.
10-7947

252

1908

Bankenquete 1908/09. Stenographische Berichte. Die Verhandhmgen der Gesamtkommission zu
Punkt vi des Fragebogens. (Depositenwesen.)
Berlin, E. S. Mittler und Sohn, 1910. x, 222 p. SI x 24cm.
Rudolf Havenstein, chairman.
10-34015

253

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HG3042.A5

1908a

German bank inquiry of 1908: stenographic
reports.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1910-11. 2 v. fold. tab. 28cm.
([U. S.] 61st Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Doc. 407.)
At head of title: . . . National monetary commission.
[Vol. i] p u b . at Berlin, 1909, with title: Bankenquete 1908 . . . vol.
II, Berlin, 1910, with title: Bankenquete 1908/09.
Vol. I I has title: German bank inquiry of 1908-9.
Rudolf Havenstein, chairman.
10-35473
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1908d

254

Bbrsenr-enquete-Tcommission. Bericht.
Berlin, Gedruclct in der ReichsdrucTcerei, 1898.
3$ cm

4 P- J«> 190 p.

CONTENTS.—Einleitung.—i. Rechtliche Stellung und Organisation
der Borsen.—n. Emissionswesen, Zulassung von Papieren zum
Handel und zur Notiz.—m. Terminhandel.—iv. Maklerwesen
und Kursfestellung.—v. Kommissionsgeschaft.
8-11916
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1893

255

Die hauptsachlichsten Borsen Deutschlands
und des Auslandes, ihre Organisationen, Einrichtungen,
Gebrauche u. s. w.
Berlin, Gedruckt in der ReichsdrucTcerei, 1892. 2 p. I., 186 p.
29\™.
3-11917

256

HG4556.G3A1

Laws, statutes, etc. Die Gesetzgebung uber Geld-,
Bank- und Borsenwesen. Von Ed. Heilfron.
Berlin, Speyer & Peters, 1911. xi, [1], 476 p.
19cm.




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LIBBAKY OF CONGRESS

Germany. Laws, statutes, etc. Die Reichsgesetzgebung iiber
Munz- und Noten- bankwesen, Papiergeld, Pramienpapiere
und Reichschulden. Text-Ausgabe mit Anmerkungen und
Sachregister. Von R. Koch. 5. Aufl.
Berlin, J. Outtentag, g. m. b. h., 1905. 3 p. I., [ix]-xvi, 489 p.
13\cm.
(Guttentag'sche Sammlung deutscher Reichsgesetze.
nr. 26.)
13-3636

258

Reichsbank. Bankenquete 1908/09. Materialien zur
Frage des Depositenwesens (Punkt vi des Fragebogens)
F u r die Zwecke der Bankenquete bearb. in der Statistischen Abteilung der Reichsbank.
Berlin, Gedruckt in der Reichsdruckerei, 1910. viii, 304 Pincl. tables. 31 x 24cm.
CONTENTS.—i. Zur Frage der Regeliing des Depositenwesens.—n.
Zur Bilanzstatistikderdeutschen Banken.—in. Zur Bilanzstatistik
der deutschen Kreditgenossenschaften.—iv. Zur Frage der Emissionsstatistik.—v. Zur Frage der Verstarkiing der Goldreserven in
England.
10-34013
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259

The Reichsbank, 1876-1900.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1910. 362 p.
61st Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Doc. 403.)

23cm.

([U. S.]

At head of title: . . . National monetary commission.
The German original of this work was pub. in 1900; English translation by F. W. C. Lieder. cf. p. 2.
App. Law of June 1,1909, concerning changes in the bank act: p. 357362.
10-35476
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260

Die Reichsbank 1876 bis 1910. Organisation
und Geschaftsverkehr statistisch dargestellt.
Berlin, Reichsdruckerei, 1912. viii, 251, [1] p. incl. tables.
31\cm.
12-26654

260a

HG3054.A35

Report of the Imperial Bank of Germany for
the year 1911.
Bankers1 magazine (London), Aug. 1912, v. 94: 257-282.
The statement of the operations of the Imperial Bank of Germany
is printed in this magazine annually.
HG1503.B2,v.94

261

Silberkommission,
1894, Berlin silver commission,
1894.
Proposals submitted and debate on the proposals.
Report of the proceedings, to which is appended the report
of the proceedings of the International bimetallic conference at London May 2 and 3, 1894.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1895. xii, 1497 p.
23cm.
([U. S.] 53d Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Misc. doc. 274.)




Count von Posadowsky-Wehner, chairman.
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1894i

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262

H a n s e n , Nikolaus. Das Problem der Liquiditat im deutschen
Kreditbankwesen. .
Stuttgart, F. Enke, 1910. 3 p. I., 131 p. incl. tables, diagrs.
25cm.
(Tubinger staatswissenschaftliche
Abhandlungen.
5. Hft.)
"Literatur- und Materialubersicht": p . 125-128.
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Hecht, Felix. Die Organisation des Bodenkredits in Deutschland.
Leipzig, Duncker & Humblot, 1891-1908. 4 v- front, (port.)
22cm
CONTENTS.—1. Abt.
DiestaatlichenundprovinziellenBodenkreditinstitute in Deutschland. 1. Bd. Entwicklungsgeschichte und
Statistik. 1891.—2. Bd. Organische Satzungen. 1891. 2. Abt.
Die deutschen Hypothekenbanken. 1. Bd. Die Statistik der
deutschen Hypothekenbanken.
1903. 3. Abt. Die landschaften
und landschaftsahnlichen Kreditinstitute in Deutschland. 1,
Bd. Die Statistik. 1908.
6-886
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264

Helfferich, Karl. Die Reform des deutschen Geldwesens nach
der Grfindung des Reiches.
Leipzig, Duncker & Humblot, 1898. 2 v. tab. (partly fold.)
24cm.
CONTENTS.—i. Geschichte der deutschen Geldreform.—n. Beitrage
zur Geschichte der deutschen Geldreform.
2-28822
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264a

Zur Erneuerung des deutschen Bankgesetzes.
Leipzig, Duncker & Humblot, 1899. xi, 135, [1] p.
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265

22\cm.

HG3055.H5

H e l m o , Julius. Die Bankenquete 1908, wirtschaftspolitische
Studien. 2 Aufl.
Leipzig, Dieterichsche VerlagsbucJihandlung, T. Weicher, 1912.
200 p.
24cm.
CONTENTS.—Einleitung.—i. Die Reichsbank-note als gesetzliches
Zahlungsmittel. Ein Wahrungsproblem.—n. Die Kreditgewahrung durch das Staatsinstitut Reichsbank. Ein Kreditproblem.—
i n . Die internationale Hand els- und Zahlungsbilanz. Ein Agrarproblem. iv. Das "Promemoria" des Bundes der Landwirte.
Ein Episode.
12-27436
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266

H e y m a n , Hugo. Reichsbank und Geldverkehr.
Berlin, Puttkammer & Muhlbrecht, 1908. 58 p.
9-4080

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23cm.
HG3055.H6

Hugenberg, Alfred. Bank- und Kreditwirtschaft des deutschen Mittelstandes.
MuncJien, J. F. Lehmann, 1906. viii, 121, [1] p.
22\cm.
13-3637
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268 Jeidels, Otto. Das Verhaltnis der deutschen Grossbanken
zur Industrie mit besonderer Beriicksichtigung der
Eisenindustrie.
Leipzig, Duncker & Humblot, 1905. xii, 271, U] P^cm.
(Staats- und sozialwissenschaftliche Forschungen, Jtrsg.
von 6. SchmoUer und M. Sering. 24- Bd., 2. Hft.)
11

Literatur'': p. xi-xii.
5-37760

HB41.S7

269 Kalbe, Georg Gottlieb Julius Robert. Die deutsche Reichsbank
und die Bank von Frankreich.
Berlin, Druck von B. Paul, 1902. 1 p. I, 100 p., 2 I. fold,
diagr. 22cm.
"Litteratur": p. 3-4.
3-31134

HG3054.K2

269a Katzenstein, Louis. Die dreissigjahrige Geschaftstatigkeit
der Reichsbank.
Berlin, L. Simion, Nf, 1906. 8 p. I, [S]-6S p. 2 fold, diagr.
2Scm. (Volkswirtschaftliche Zeitfragen, Jahrg. XXVIII, hft.
7-8.)
13-4141

HG3054.K3

270 Kautsch, Jacob. Handbuch des Bank- und Borsenwesens fur
Kaufleute . . . und Bankbeamte. 3. vollst. neu bearb.
Aufl. von Siegfried Hirsch.
Berlin, S. Simon, 1912. 866 p. 23\cm.
13-9732

HG1605.K25

1912

271 Koch, Richard. German imperial banking laws. Together
with the German stock exchange regulations.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1910. v, 880 p. fold, forms,
28cm. ([ U. S.] 61st Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Doc. 574.)
At head of title: National monetary commission.
Translated by F. F. Rosenblatt.
Introduction includes history of conditions prevailing in Germany,
with regard to media of circulation—coins, paper money and bank
notes—etc.
10-35937
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272 Lansburgh, Alfred. Das deutsche Bankwesen.
Berlin-Charlottenberg, Bank Verlag, 1909. 64 p.
tab. (in pocket) 28%™.
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viiifold.

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Die deutsche Kommunalbank.
Die Bank, Jan.-Feb. 1912: 19-26; 119-127.
HG1505.B25

274

1912

Ein Konditionenkartell im Bankgewerbe.
Die Bank, Jan. 1918 :1-10.
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275 Lescure, Jean. Les marches financiers de Berlin et de Paris
et la crise franco-allemande de juillet-octobre 1911 (I).
Revue economique Internationale, Sept. 15-20,1912, 9. annee,
V. 3: 466-509.

HB3.R5,9.annee,v.3

276 Lewy, Max. Die Nationalbank fur Deutschland zu Berlin
1881-1909.
Berlin, K. Curtius, 1912. 109 p. incl. fold, tables, fold,
diagrs. 23\cm.
"Literatur- und Quellen-nachweis": p. 11.
12-14637

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277 Lexis, Wilhelm. Vergleichende Untersuchungen iiber die Geschaftsentwicklung der Reichsbank.
Jahrbucher fur Nationalolconomie und Statistik, Jan.-Feb.
1912, v. 98:1-32.

HB5.J3,v.98

278 Lotz, Walther. Die Technik des deutschen Emissionsgeschafts. Anleihen, Konversionen und Griindungen.
Leipzig, Duncker & Humblot, 1890. 3 p. I, 136 p. 24cm.
Erweiterter Sonderabdruck aus Schmollers Jahrbuch, Band xiv,
Hft. 2.
4-6159
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279 Mauer, Hermann. Das landschaftliche Kreditwesen Preussens agrargeschichtlich und volkswirtschaftlich betraehtet.
Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der Bodenkreditpolitik des
Preussischen Staates.
Strassburg, K. J. Trubner, 1907. 2 p. I., [iii]-viii, 206 p.
23\cm. (Abliandlungen aus dem StaatswissenscJiaftlichen
Seminar zu Strassburg i. E.; Jtrsg. von 6. F. Knapp und
W. WitticJi. Eft. xxn)
" Verzeichnis der benutzten Akten und Druckschriften": p. 196-206.
8-6077
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280 Meissner, Konrad. Keichsbank und Geldumlauf.
Orenzboten, Nov. 8, 1911, v. 70: 249-264.
AP30.G8,v.70

281 Metzler, Ludwig. Studien zur Geschichte des deutschen
Effektenbankwesens, vom ausgehenden Mittelalter bis
zur Jetztzeit; ein Beitrag zur Geschichte des deutschen
Bankwesens.
Leipzig, C. E. PoescM, 1911. vii, 155 p. $4cm.




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282

Moll, Ewald. Die Geschaftsergebnisse der deutschen Aktiengesellschaften in den Jahren 1909/10 und 1910/11. Die
Geschaftsergebnisse der deutschen Aktienbanken in den
Jahren 1907/08, 1908/09, 1909/10 und 1910/11.
Jdhrbucher fur Nationalokonomie und Statistik, Nov. 1912,
v. 99: 639-650.
HB5.J3,v.99

283

The Operations of the Imperial Bank of Germany for the last
twenty years: from 1876 to 1895.
Bankers' magazine (London), Oct. 1896, v. 62: 1+73-1+85.
HG1503.B2,v.62

284

The Operations of the Imperial Bank of Germany from 1898
to 1906.
Bankers' magazine (London), Dec. 1907, v. 81+: 693-707.
HG1503.B2,v.84

285

Poschinger, Heinrich, Bitter von. Die Banken im
Reiche, Oesterreich und der Schweiz, mit
Rucksicht auf die Geschichte und Statistik
Ein Handbuch des Bankwesens.
Erlangen, E. Besold; [etc., etc.] 1876-77. 2 v.
4-35700

286

Deutschen
besonderer
derselben.
2S\cm.
HG3046.P8

Bankwesen und Bankpolitik in Preussen.
Berlin, J. Springer, 1878-79. 3 v.
23\™.
CONTENTS.—1. Bd. Von der altesten Zeit bis zum Jahre 1846.—2.
Bd. Die Jahre 1846 bis 1857.—3. Bd. Die Jahre 1858 bis 1870.
4-35701
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287

Prion, W. Das deutsche Wechseldiskontgeschaft. Mit besondrer Berucksichtigung des Berliner Geldmarktes.
Leipzig, Duncker & Humblot, 1907. xiii, 298 p. diagrs.
(1 fold.) 23cm.
(Stoats- und sozialwissensckaftliche Forschungen; hrsg. von G. Schmoller und M. Sering. Hft. 127.)
8-3651

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RaflFalovich, Arthur.
the annexation.

HB41.S7

pt.127

The banks of Alsace and Lorraine, after

(In A History of banking in all the leading nations. New York,
1896. 27cm. v. 3, p. 395-412.)
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289

La Banque d'AUemagne.
Bconomiste franpais, May, 18, June 1,1912, Ifi. annee, v. 1:
751-753; 835-837.
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290

La Reichsbank et la crise d ; automne.
Journal des economistes, Apr. 15, 1912, 6. ser., v. 31+: 27-31+.




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291

Rettig, Paul. Die deutschen Grossbanken.
Westermanns Monatshefte, July, 1912, v. 112:

660-662.
AP30.W5,v.ll2

292

Eiesser, Jacob. Zur Entwicklungsgeschichte der deutschen
Grossbanken mit besonderer Rucksicht auf die Konzentrationsbestrebungen. 2. verm, und verb. Aufl.
Jena, G. Fischer, 1906. xii, 325 p. inch tables. 24cm.
Bibliographical foot-notes.
9-^079

293

HG3048.R6

The German great banks and their concentration in
connection with the economic development of Germany.
3d ed. completely rev. and enl.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1911. xvi, 101$ p. incl. tables.
23cm.
([U. S.] 61st Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Doc. 593.)
At head of title: National monetary commission.
Translation of "Die deutschen Grossbanken und ihre Konzentration," by Morris Jacobson.
11-35821
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294

Root, L. Carroll. The imperial bank of Germany.
Sound currency, Nov. 1, 1898, v. 5: 345-352.
HG529.A3,v.5

295

Ruby, Josef. Die Badische Bank 1870-1908; ein Beitrag zur
Notenbankfrage in Deutschland.
Karlsruhe i. B., G. Braun, 1911. 4 V- L> H& P- ^n<^- tables.
24icm'
{Freiburger voTkswirtschaftliche Abhandlungen . . .
1. Bd., 4- Hft.)
1
' Literatur ": 3d prelim, leaf.
12-4642

296

HG3060.M3B3

Ruppel, Willy. Kleine Reichsbanknoten. Das deutsche Banknotengesetz von 1906 im Lichte der Geschichte und
Theorie des Banknoten- und Papiergeldwesens.
Leipzig, C. L. Hirschfeld, 1908. 3 p. I., [5]-182, [4] p.
24\cm.
"Verzeichnis der benutzten Literatur": 2 p. at end.
8-22087
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297

Saulgeot, H. Deux types de banque d'empire; Allemagne,
Russie.
Paris, A. Rousseau, 1905. 2 p. I., [vii]-viii, 176 p. tables.
25\cm.
1

'Bibliographie ": p. vii-viii.
6-33503

298

HG1856.S3

S c h m i d t , Hermann. The working of the elastic clause of the
German bank act.
Institute of bankers (London). Journal, April, 1905, v. 26:
199-220.




Including discussion by D. M. Mason, Sir Felix Schuster, and others.
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299 Schortmann, Max. Die Zentralnotenbanken im Dienste der
staatlichen Kassenverwaltung; eine Untersuchung iiber
die Beziehungen von Banken zu offentlichen Kassen.
Stuttgart, F. Enke, 1910. x, 117 p. 25cm. (TuUnger
staatswissenschafUiche Abhandlungen . . . 7. Hft.)
"Quellenubersicht": p. 115-117.
12-29635

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300 Schweitzer, Georg. Leitfaden des Bank- und Borsenwesens.
3. AufL, nach den neuesten Bestimmungen der Gesetzgebung umgearb.
Leipzig, J. J. Weber, 1908. xi, 276 p. 17\cm.
9-4077

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301 Snyckers, Alexander. La Reichsbank et la Banque de France,
leur politique.
Paris, A. Rousseau, 1908. viii, 206 p. 24icm.
"Bibliographie": p. vii.
9-12419

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302 Steele, F. E. "How note issues are regulated."
Bankers1 magazine (London), Dee. 1902, v. 74- 718-724England and Germany.

HG1503.B2,v.74

303 Steller, Paul. Nationale Bankpolitik; ein Beitrag zur Bankfrage in Deutschland.
Berlin, H. Spamer, 1907. iv, U P- Hcm8-5874

304 —:

HG3048.S82

Die Wendung in der deutschen Geld- und Bankfrage.
Koln am Rhein, P. Neubner, 1908. 2 p. I., 190 p. 22cm.
8-30737

HG3048.S85

305 Telschow, R. ed. Der gesamte Geschaftsverkehr mit der
Reichsbank. Ein Handbuch zur Orientierung fur das
Publikum, insbesondere fur die mit der Bank im Verkehr
stehenden Personen, Firmen, Institute und Behorden,
unter Benutzung amtlichen Materials zusammengestellt
und bearbeitet. 9. Aufl. bearb. von C. Letzel.
Leipzig, G. A. Gloeckner, 1900. 4 p.I., 270 p. 21 \cm.
l-G-1110

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306 Troch, Ewald. Die wirtschaftliche Bedeutung der staatlichen
und provinziellen Bodenkreditinstitute in Deutschland
fur den landlichen Besitz.
Jena, G. Fischer, 1905. 4 p. 1,152 p. 24Ym. (Sammlung
nationalokonomischer und statistischer Abhandlungen des
StaatswissenscMfUichen Seminars zu Halle a. d. S. 51.
Bd.)




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307 U. S. National monetary commission. Miscellaneous articles on
German banking.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1910. 478 p. 23%™. (61st
Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Doc. 508.)
This volume contains the following articles:
I. The statistical history of the German banking system, 1888-1907,
by Robert Franz; II. The organization of credit and banking
arrangements in Germany, by Waldemar Mueller; III. The method
of payment by means of bank-account transfers and the use of
checks in Germany, by Max Wittner and Siegfried Wolff; IV.
Director's fees in Germany, by Carl Melchior; V. The landmortgage associations (Landschaften), by J. Hermes; VI. Agricultural improvement banks (Landeskultur-Rentenbanken), by
J. Hermes; VII. The German savings banks, by Dr. Seidel; VIII.
The history of savings banks in Germany, by B. Breslauer; IX.
The State and communal savings bank legislation of recent times,
by Robert Schachner; X. The Preussische Central-Genossenschafts-Kasse, or Prussian Central Bank for Cooperative Societies,
by C. Heiligenstadt; XI. Cooperative credit societies (Raiffeisensche Darlehnskassenvereine), by Hans Criiger; XII. Specialloan banks (Darlehnskassen), by W. Lotz.
10-35886
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308

— Renewal of Reichsbank charter.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1910. 268 p. tables (partly
fold.) 23cm. (61st Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Doc. 507.)
CONTENTS.—Results of the German bank inquiry of 1908 (articles
published in the "Frankfurter Zeitung " during December, 1908)—
Draft of a bill for the amendment of the German bank act with
explanations.—Excerpts from the proceedings of the Third German bankers' convention, held in Hamburg in September, 1907.
The discussion of deposit banking (speeches by Dr. Jaffe, Dr.
Damm£, Dr. Solomonsohn, Max Schinckel, and Geh. Mueller)—
Credit at the Reichsbank, by R. Koch.—Concerning the collateral
loan business of the Reichsbank, especially the lending on imperial
and state securities, by R. Koch.—Concerning the renewal of the
Reichsbank privilege, by W. Lexis.—Concerning the renewal of
the privilege of the Reichsbank and of the private note banks,
by Moritz Stroell.—Law of June 1, 1909, amending the Bank act.
10-35783
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309

Statistics for Great Britain, Germany, and
France, 1867-1909.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1910. 354 V- (var^V fold.).
29cm. (61st Cong.r 2d sess. Senate. Doc. 578.)




Statistics for Germany, 1870-1908. Furnished by the Central verband des deutschen Bank- und Bankiergewerbes and the Deutsche
Oekonomist. pt. 1. General statistics, pt. 2. Statistics of banks
and banking in Germany, pt. 3. Statistics of money, gold
supply, gold movements, and foreign exchange.
10-36023
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310 Variations in the rate charged by the Imperial Bank of
Germany from 1844 to 1899.
Bankers' magazine (London), Sept. 1900, v. 70: 332-889.
HG1503.B2,v.70

311 Wagner, Adolf Heinrich Gotthilf. System der Zettelbankpolitik, mit besonderer Rucksicht auf das geltende Recht
und auf deutsche Verhaltnisse. Ein Handbuch des
Zettelbankwesens. 2., theilweise umgearb. und vervollstandigte Ausg.
Freiburg i. Br., F. Wagner'sche BucTihandlung, 1873. xxviii,
778 p. fold. tab. 23icm.
4-35694

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312 Wallich, Paul. Die Konzentration im deutschen Bankwesen.
Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der gegenwartigen Wirtschaftsorganisation.
Stuttgart und Berlin, J. G. Cotta'sche BucTihandlung Nachfolger, 1905. viii, 173, [1] p. 23%cm. (Munchener volkswirtschaftliche Studien. 74. StucTc.)
6-8832

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313 Walther, Andreas. Geldwert in der Geschichte. Ein methodologischer Versuch.
VierteljahrscJirift fur Sozial- und WirtschaftsgeschicJite, 1912,
v. 10: 1-52.

H5.V6,v.lO

314 Warnack, Max. Die Entwicklung des deutschen Banknotenwesens.
Berlin, E. Ebering, 1905. 236 p., 1 I. 23\cm. (Rechtsund staatswissenschaftlicJie Studien, verbffentlicJit von Dr.
E. Ebering. Hft. xxvu.)
Anhang (tabelle): Der GeBchaftsverkehr der Reichsbank von 18761903 (p. 222-223) Notenumlauf der deutschen Zettelbanken von
1870-1903 (p. 224-228).
5-36527
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315 Warschauer, Otto Friedrich. Bank- und Borsengesetzgebung in Deutschland. Quellenmaterial zum Selbststudium und Geschaftsgebrauch ftir Juristen, Nationalokonomen und Kaufleute systematisch zusammengestellt.
Berlin, F. Vahlen, 1908. vi, 136 p. 23\cm.
9-30482

316

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Physiologie der deutschen Banken.
Berlin, W. Baensch, 1903. 2 p. I., 112 p. 24™. (Bibliothek fur Politik und VoIkswirtscJiaft. Hrsg. von Hieber
und C. A. Patzig. Hft. 5.)




CONTENTS.—Die deutschen Effektenbanken.—Die deutschen Hypotheken- und Zettelbanken.
5-12186
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317

55

Weber, Adolf. Depositenbanken und Spekulationsbanken.
Ein Vergleich deutschen und englischen Bankwesens.
Leipzig, Duncker & Humblot, 1902. xv, 303, [1] p. 23™.
3-13274

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GREAT BRITAIN
319

Andreades, A. History of the Bank of England; tr. by
Christabel Meredith, with a preface by H. S. FoxwelL'
London, P. S. King & son, 1909. xxxix, 455 p.
22cm.
Bibliography: p . 429-445.
L. C. has French original also.
9-12919

320

HG2994.A58

Association of c h a m b e r s of c o m m e r c e of t h e U n i t e d
K i n g d o m . Banking and currency committee. Report.
Institute of bankers (London). Journal, April 1909, v. SO:
264-277.
This Committee was appointed " t o take into consideration the restrictive laws relating to currency and banking in the United
Kingdom, and their effect upon the trade and commerce of the
country.'' Among other conclusions the Committee holds " t h a t
the recognized and constant insufficiency of the gold reserve
in the United Kingdom requires the immediate attention of the
Government.' ,
HG1511.I6,v.30

321

Ayre, George L. How to strengthen and maintain our national
gold reserves.
Bankers1 magazine (London), Nov. 1901, v. 72: 589-600.
HG1503.B2,v.72

322

Bagehot, Walter. Lombard street, a description of the money
market. New ed., with an introduction and corrigenda
by Hartley Withers.
London, Smith, Elder & co., 1910. xxviii, 372 p.
19\cm.
L. C. has other editions.
10-29727

HG3000.L82B5

323

B a n k of England. Directors. Representation, agreed upon
the 20th day of May 1819, and laid before the Chancellor
of the exchequer. Ordered, by the House of commons,
to be printed, 21 May 1819.
[London, 1819.] 3 p. 33cm. (Gt. Brit Parliament, 1819.
H. of C. Bepts. and papers, v. 3. 338.)
J301.K6,1819,v.3

324

B a n k of England—Cash payments. Proposed resolutions.
19 May 1819.
[London, 1819.] 1 p. 33cm. (Gt. Brit. Parliament, 1819.
H. of C. Bepts. and papers, v. 3. 326.)




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325 The Bank of England and the money market.
Bankers1 magazine {London), Mar, Apr, July, Sept 1906,
v. 81: 353-358; 532-537; v. 82: 5-10; 325-338,
The concluding articles in this series deal with the subject of banking
reserves.
HG1503.B2,v.81,82

326 Bank rate; the banker's vade mecum. [lst-3d] year of publication.
Leeds, J. W. Bean & son; [etc,, etc,,] 1908-1910, Sv, tables,
diagrs, 21+°™. annual,
Comp. by A. H. Gibson.
10-16127

HG1623.G8B2

327 The Bank reserve and the rate of discount.
Bankers7 magazine {London), Oct, 1903, v. 76: 4.37-443,
HG1503.B2,v.76

328 Bankers' reserves.
Bankers7 magazine {London), v. 82-94*




Various articles, including the following:
Bankers' reserves, E. H. Holden, Aug. 1906, v. 82: 254-257.
The Bank of England and the money market: The gold reserve
question, Sept. 1906, v. 82: 325-338. Gives substance of papers
by R. H. Inglis Palgrave and D. Drummond-Fraser.
Bankers' reserves, second letter by E. H. Holden, Sept. 1906, v. 82:
402-405.
Bank reserves, W. A. Tinnock, Nov. 1906, v. 82: 648-649.
Gold reserves, Dec. 1906, v. 82: 689-693.
Gold reserves, J. Spencer Phillips, Dec. 1906, v. 82: 735, 740-744.
Bank reserves and how they may be augmented, A. H. Gibson,
Jan.-Mar. 1907, v. 83: 33-56; 221-231; 376-385.
Our gold reserves, Sir Felix Schuster, Jan. 1907, v. 83: 57-65.
A national gold reserve, Axel F. Ericsson, Jan. 1907, v. 83: 124-125.
Gold reserves, E. H. Holden, Feb. 1907, v. 83: 275-281.
Bankers and the gold reserve question, Mar. 1907, v. 83: 361-363.
Leading bankers on gold reserves, Mar. 1907, v. 83: 423^28.
Gold reserves, Mar. 1907, v. 83: 437-438.
The gold reserve problem, G. W. Revis, Apr. 1907, v. 83: 538-543.
Gold reserves, Resolution of committee of London clearing bankers,
Apr. 1907, v. 83: 590-591.
How to strengthen the national gold reserve, by a north country
banker, May, 1907, v. 83: 702-705.
Bank reserves in the United States, Canada and England, F. S. Mead,
July, 1907, v. 84: 67.
The gold reserve controversy, Mar. 1908, v. 85: 369-375.
Gold reserves. A plea for enlarging our gold base. A. W. K. Apr.
1908, v. 85: 511-540.
Gold reserves, Lord Avebury, and others, before the London Chamber
of Commerce, Apr. 1908, v. 85: 610-611.
Gold reserves, [letter signed L. C], May, 1908, v. 85: 748-753.
"Gold reserves." "A plea for the man of business," Arthur Lea,
June, 1908, v. 85: 870-877.
The gold reserve question. The Bank of England and bankers'
balances, Dec. 1908, v. 86: 675-684.

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T h e gold reserve controversy, May, 1900, v. 87: 671-679.
Gold reserves, Sept. 1909, v. 88: 325-332.
Notes on the report of the gold reserve committee of the London
Chamber of Commerce, July, 1909, J. Herbert Tritton, Sept. 1909,
v. 88: 333-341.
Gold reserves. Report of the London Chamber of Commerce Committee, Sept. 1909, v. 88: 386-390.
Gold reserves. Letter to The Statist, from Sir Edward Holden, Jan.
1910, v. 89: 104-106.
Scheme for the creation of a national gold reserve, Edgar Crammond,
v. 90: 580-587.
Scheme for the creation of a national gold reserve, a reply to Mr.
Edgar Crammond, Charles F . Hannaford, Dec. 1910, v. 90: 716-719.
Gold reserves: internal and external views, May, 1911, v. 91: 704-706.
Gold reserves, June, 1911, v. 91: 811-816.
Gold reserves: some suggestions, A. H . Gibson, Nov. 1911, v. 92:
616-627.
The gold reserve problem, by Drummond Fraser, Jan. 1912, v. 93:
111-113.
Banking reserves, Nov. 1912, v. 94: 589-596.
Gold reserves, some practical suggestions, Dec. 1912, v. 94: 720-731.
British gold reserves and the gold question in India, by Sir Edward
Holden, Dec. 1912, v. 94: 764-774.
HG1503.B2,v.82-94

Barker, Dalgairns Arundel. Cash and credit.
Cambridge, University press, 1910, vi p., 1 I., llfi p. 17cm.
(The Cambridge manuals of science and literature.)
11-29812

HG221.B3

Bell, G. M. The country banks and the currency; an examination of the evidence on banks of issue, given before a
select committee of the House of commons in 1841.
London, Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans, 18/$. xii,
150 p. 16cm.
6-30587f
See also item no. 381.

HG2997.B4

The philosophy of joint-stock banking. 2d ed.
London, Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1855. xvi,
166 p. 22cm.
6-25190f

HG2012.B4

Bisschop, Willem Roosegaarde. The rise of the London
money market 1640-1826. With a preface by H. S.
Foxwell.
London, P. S. King and son, 1910. 256 p. 19%cm.




" F i r s t appeared, in the original Dutch, at the Hague in 1896."—
I n trod.
" L i s t of works q u o t e d " : p . 17-21.
11-1686
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B o s a n q u e t , Charles. Practical observations on the Report
of the Bullion-committee.
London, Printed for J. M. Richardson, 1810. 2 p. I., 110 p.
22cm
[Financial pamphlets, v. 7, no. 1]
6-41164t
See also item no. 384.

334

Breckinridge, Sophonisba Preston. Legal tender; a study in
English and American monetary history.
Chicago, The University of Chicago press, 1903. xvii, 181 p.
23cm.
([Chicago. University.] The decennial publications. 2d serieSj v. 7.)
Bibliography: p. 175-177.
3-11319

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335

Butterworth, A. K. Bankers' advances on stock exchange
securities.
Institute of bankers (London). Journal, Jan.-Feb. 1910,
v. 31: 1-34; 52-84.)
HG1511.l6,v.31

336

Chiswell, Francis. Key to the rules of the stock exchange,
embodying a full exposition of the theory and practice of
business in the "house."
London, E. Wilson, 1902. 2 p. I., 183, [1] p. 21%cm.
3-425

337

Clare, George. A money-market primer, and key to the
exchanges. With diagrams. Recommended by the council of the Institute of bankers. [2d ed.]
London, E. Wilson, 1907. 2 p. I., [vii]-xiv, 172 p., 1 I. 18
diagr.
22cm.
9-18553

338

HG154.C6

Cobb, Arthur Stanley. Banks' cash reserves. Threadneedle
street; a reply to "Lombard street" (by the late Mr.
Walter Bagehot) and an alternative proposal to the onepound note scheme sketched by Mr. Goschen at Leeds.
London, E. Wilson & co., 1891. x, 179 p.
22cm.
12-16306

339

HG4578.C5

HG1656.G8C6

Cobbett, William. Paper against gold; or, The history and
mystery of the Bank of England, of the debt, of the stocks,
of the sinking fund, and of all the other tricks and contrivances, carried on by the means of paper money.
London, W. Cobbett, 1828. xviii, 332 p.
18cm.




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340

Cole, Alfred Clayton. Notes on the London money market.
Institute of hankers (London). Journal, Mar. 190 4^ v. 25:
133-158.
Including discussion by J. Herbert Tritton, H. Schmidt, Sir Felix
Schuster, and others.
HG1511.I6,v.25

341

Collins, Charles MacCarthy. The history, law, and practice of
banking. With an appendix of statutes.
London, [etc.] J. Cornish & sonsf 1881. vi p., 1 I., [11]384 p.
%l\cm.
6-18481f

342
343

HG1601.C75

Crammond, Edgar. Gold reserves.
Quarterly review, Apr. 1908, v. 208: 526-552.

Devine, Henry C. People's co-operative banks for workers in
towns, and small holders, allotment cultivators, and others
in country districts.
London, Paris, New York, Toronto and Melbourne, Cassell
and company, limited, 1908. xii, lift, [1] p.
21\cm.
11
Bibliographic note": p. 146-147.
8-36161

344

The Directory of directors, 1912.
London, Gresham House, 1912.
CA 8-3050 Unrev'd

346

HG2999.I6D6

19cm.

annual.
HG4134.Z5D5

Dodd, Agnes F . History of money in the British empire &
the United States.
London, New York [etc.] Longmans, Green, and co., 1911.
xiv p., 1 l, 356 p.
20\cm.
"List of authorities": p. 346-347.
11-24834

347

HG2998.C8D5

Dillon, Malcolm. The history and development of banking in
Ireland from the earliest times to the present day.
London, E. Wilson & co.; 1889. ix p., 1 I., 168 p. inch
tables, front, (facsim.)
22cm.
8-9027

345

AP4.Q2,v.208

HG935.D7

Doubleday, Thomas. A financial, monetary and statistical
history of England, from the revolution of 1688 to the
present time; derived principally from official documents.
I n seventeen letters addressed to the young men of
Great Britain.
London, E. Wilson, 1847. xvi, 494 p.
22\cm.




Being a 2d edition, actually published in 1858, and includes Letter
XVIII, p. 407-485, thus bringing history to close of 1857.
7-26703f
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348 Duguid, Charles. How to read the money article.
rev.
London, E. Wilson, 1909. vii, 126 p. 18%cm.
" Glossary " : p. 113-122.
A10-1880

350

HG154.D8

— The story of the stock exchange; its history and position, with illustrations by Joseph Pennell and Dudley
Hardy.
London, 6. Richards, 1901. x p., 1 I., Jfi8 p. front, pi.,
plans, facsim.
19\cm.
2-7567

351 Easton, Harry Tucker. Banks and banking.
London, E. Wilson, 1896. vi p., 1 I., 219 p.
G-30445t

352

5th ed.,

HG4577.D8

22\™.
HG2986.E15

History and principles of banks and banking. [New ed.]
London, E. Wilson, 1904. viii p., 1 I., 271 p. 21icm.
4-30387

HG2986.E16

353 The Economist, London. Banking number.
Economist, May 18, 1912, v. 74:1049-1186.
Published semi-annually.

HG11 .E2,v.74

354 Fortune, E. F. Thomas. Concise and authentic history of
the Bank of England. With dissertations on metals and
coin, bank notes and bills of exchange. To which is
added, their charter. 3d ed., with considerable additions.
London, Printed for T. Boosey, 1802. 6 p. I, 184 P- 17icm.
3-8776

355

Fortune's epitome of the stocks & public funds,
English, foreign, & American . . . to which is added an
account of the English and foreign railways, and the
principal joint stock banks. 17th ed. Arranged and rev.
by D. Morier Evans.
London, Letts, son & co., 1856. xi, 429, [8] p. 17cm.
6-39320f

356

HG2994.F76

HG4715.F7

The history of the Bank of England, from the establishment of that institution to the present day.
London, AUen and co., [1797]. 110, [8]-60 p. 19\cm.
6-33762f

HG2994.F74

357 Fowler, William. Banking reserves.
Institute cf hankers (London). Journal} May, 1900, v. 21:
287-265.




With discussion by John Dun, F. O. Schuster, A. S. Harvey, H.
Schmidt, Lord Hillingdon, and reply by Mr. Fowler.
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358 Francis, John. History of the Bank of England, its times and
traditions, from 1694 to 1844. 1st American ed.; with
notes, additions and an appendix. By I. Smith Homans.
New York, Office of the Banker's magazine, 1862. 2 p. I.,
[iii]-viii, [13]-476 p. front
2Sicm.
6-30454f

HG2994.F85

359 Francis, Joseph Hume. History of the Bank of England. A
comprehensive account of its origin, foundation, rise,
progress.
Chicago, III., Euclid publishing company, 1888. xii, [13]391 p. 23cm.
6-30456f

HG2994.F87

360 Fraser, D. Drummond. Some modern phases of British
banking, 1896-1911.
Institute of bankers (London). Journal, Feb. 1913, v. 84:
82-111.
Discussion: p. 112-114.

HG1511.I6,v.34

361 Fullarton, John. On the regulation of currencies; being an
examination of the principles, on which it is proposed to
restrict, within certain fixed limits, the future issues on
credit of the Bank of England, and of the other banking
establishments throughout the country.
London, J. Murray, I844. 1 p. I, [v]-viii, 227 p. 22cm.
6-40906t

HG938.F9

362 Gibson, A. H. Bank rate chart and statistics.
Bankers1 magazine (London), Feb. 1913, v. 95: 288.
HG1503.B2,v.95

363 Giffen, Sir Robert. Essays in finance. 2d ser.
New York, 6. P. Putnam's sons, 1886. vi, 474 p. 22%™.
Gold supply; the rate of discount, and prices: p. 37-88; Bank
reserves: p. 105-115.
6-38811
HG154.G45

364 Gilbart, James William. The history of banking in Ireland.
London, Longman, Bees, Orme, Brown, Green & Longman,
1836. vii, 148 p. 22cm.
6-32271f

HG2999.I6G4

365 Goschen, George Joachim Goschen, viscount. Essays and
addresses on economic questions (1865-1893) with introductory notes (1905).
London, E. Arnold, 1905. xii, 354 P- %$hcm-




Seven per cent: p. 1-47; Two per cent: p. 48-101; Our cash reserves
and central stock of gold: p. 102-130.
The first article, written in 1865, is mainly a defence of the English
currency system then in force. In 1867, when the second article
was written, the rate of interest had fallen from seven to two per
cent. The question of gold supply is discussed in all three articles.
6-1890
HG175.G67

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366 Grant, James. A treatise on the law relating to bankers and
banking companies including notes and cases decided in
the Canadian courts, and an Appendix containing the
most important English and Canadian statutes in force
relating thereto. 6th ed. By A. M. Langdon and Herbert
Jacobs, assisted by A. C. Forster Boulton. Canadian
notes by A. C. Forster Boulton.
London, Butterworth cfe co.; Philadelphia, Cromarty law booJc
company, 1910, cv p., 11., 915, 51, [1] p. 26cm. (Butterworth's standard law book series . . . no. 3.)
10-12164

367

HG2983.G76

1910

Gt. Brit. Exchequer. Copy of correspondence with the Bank
of England. Ordered, by the House of commons, to be
printed, 7 May 1844.
[London, I844.] 7 p. 33™. (Parliament, 18U- H. of C.
Bepts. and papers, v. 32. 246.)
Henry Goulburn, Chancellor of the exchequer; William Cotton,
Governor of the bank; J. B. Heath, Deputy governor.
J301.K6,1844,v.32

368

Gold and silver commission. Final report of the Royal
commission appointed to inquire into the recent changes
in the relative values of the precious metals.
Washington, Gov't print, off., 1889. 199 p. fold, diagr.
23cm. ([U.S.] 50th Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Misc. doc.
no. 34.)
Reprint of British report, ordered by joint resolution of U. S. House
and Senate.
5-30431
HG277.G7a

369 —

Parliament. House of commons. Irish exchange committee. Report from the Committee on the circulating
paper, the specie, and the current coin of Ireland, and also,
on the exchange between that part of the United Kingdom
and Great Britain.
[London, I8O4.] 4v.ini.
S3cm.
9-18391f

370

HG950.I8A4

Secret committee on Bank of England.
Reports.
[London, 1797.] 3 v. in 1. tables (partly fold.)
S3\cm.




"Appointed to examine and state the total amount of outstanding
demands on the Bank of England, and likewise of the funds for
discharging the same."
Appended to Report of the Lords* committee of secrecy. [London, 1797.]
CONTENTS.—First report . . . Ordered to be printed 3d March
1797.—Second report . . . Ordered to be printed 7th March
1797.—Third report . . . Ordered to be printed 21st April 1797.
9-13196f
HG938.A4 1797

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371

Qt. Brit. Parliament.
House of commons. Secret committee
on Bank of England charter. Report; with the minutes of
evidence, appendix and index. Printed by permission, as
ordered by the House of commons, 11 August 1832.
"London, J. cfc L. G. Hansard cfc sons, printers to the House
of commons, 1882. 486,189 p. 84cm.
(Parliament, 1832.
H. of 0. Bepts. and papers.
722.)
The Viscount Althorp, chairman.
9-13194f

372

1832

A digest of the evidence on the
bank charter taken before the committee of 1832, arranged
together with the tables under proper heads; to which
are prefixed strictures and illustrative remarks. Also
copious indexes, &c. &c.
London, J. Bidgeway, 1833. xxii, 296 p.
22cm.
9-13189f

373

HG2995.A3

HG2995.A3

1832a

Secret committee on commercial distress.
First [-second] report; with the minutes of evidence.
[London, 1848.] 2 v. 83%™. (Parliament, I848. H. of
C. Beports and papers. 395, 584-)
F. T. Baring, chairman.
"Secret committee 'appointed to inquire into the causes of the recent
commercial distress, and how far it has been affected by the laws
for regulating the issue of bank notes payable on demand.' "
7-19294
HG2982.A5 1848

374

Secret committee on joint stock hanks.
Report; together with the minutes of evidence, and
appendix. Ordered, by the House of commons, to be
printed, 20 August 1836.
[London, 1836.] xii, 251 p. chart. 34cm.
(Parliament,
1836. H. of G. Bepts. and papers. 351.)
The chancellor of the Exchequer, Thomas Spring-Rice, chairman.
9-13192f
HG2012.A5 1836

375

Report; together with the minutes of evidence, appendix and index. Ordered, by the
House of commons, to be printed, 15 July 1837.
[London, 1837.] 2 p. I., iv, 304, 1U, 93 p. chart. 85cm.
(Parliament, 1837. H. of C. Bepts. and papers. 531.)
The chancellor of the Exchequer, Thomas Spring-Rice, chairman.
8-482
HG2982.A5 1837

376

Report; together with the minutes of evidence, appendix and index. Ordered, by the
House of commons, to be printed, 25 July 1838.
[London, 1838.] 2 p. 1., iv, 126 p. 85cm.
(Parliament,
1838. H. of G. Bepts. and papers. 626.)
The chancellor of the Exchequer, Thomas Spring-Rice, chairman.
9-13206t
HG2012.A5 1838
86054°—13
5




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377 Qt. Brit. Parliament. House of commons. Secret committee
on the expediency of the bank resuming cash payments.
Reports with minutes of evidence and appendix. Ordered
by the House of commons, to be printed, 5 April and 6
May 1819.
[London, 1819.] (4), 855 p. SScm. (Parliament, 1819.
H. of C. Repts. and papers, v. 8. 202, 282.)
J301.K6,1819,v.3

378

Select committee on bank acts. Report;
together with the proceedings of the Committee, minutes
of evidence, appendix and index . . . (Communicated
from the Commons to the Lords.) Ordered to be printed
17th August 1857.
[London, 1857.] xii, 518, viii, 487 p. S4cm. (Parliament,
1857. House of Lords. Reports and papers. 196.)
J301.X6

379

Report; together with the proceedings of the Committee, minutes of evidence, appendix
and index. Ordered, by the House of commons, to be
printed, 1 July 1858.
[London, 1858,] Ixmiii, 688 p. 88™. (Parliament, 1858.
H. of 0. Repts. and papers. 881.)
Edward Cardwell, chairman.
&-11186t

380

1857

HG2982.A5

1858

Select committee on banks of issue. Report; with the Minutes of evidence, Appendix and Index.
Ordered, by the House of commons, to be printed, 7
August 1840.
[London, 1840.] xii, 874, 4H d- «• 4®8) p. incl. tables. 88\™.
(Parliament, 1840. H. of G. Repts. and papers. 602.)
Charles Wood, chairman.
Found also in British parliamentary papers, 1840; H. of C. vol. iv.
7-15750
HG2982.A5 1840
See also item no. 405.

gjjjj^

First and second reports froin
the Select committee on banks of issue; with the minutes
of evidence, appendix, and index. (1841.) Ordered,
by the House of Commons, to be printed, 4 June and 15
June, 1841.
London, 1841.] 8, viii, 858 p. 88$cm. (Parliament, 1841.
H. of G. Repts. and papers, 866, 410.)
J301.K6 1841




See also-item-ao^aso.

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382 Gt. Brit. Parliament. House of commons. Select committee
on banks of issue. Report; together with the proceedings
of the Committee, minutes of evidence, and appendix
[also Index]. Ordered, by the House of commons, to be
printed, 22 July 1875.
[London, 1875.] xii, 559 p., 1 I., 561-668 p. 38\cm.
(Parliament, 1875. H. of 0. Repts. and papers. 851.)
Index has special t.-p.
9-13193f

383

384

HG1868.A5

1875

Select committee on promissory notes
in Scotland and Ireland. Report. Ordered, by the
House of commons, to be printed, 26 May 1826.
[London, 1826.] 289 p. 88™. (Parliament, 1826. H.ofO.
Repts. and papers, v. 8. 402.)
J301.K6 1826,v.3
'•
Select committee on the high price of gold
bullion. Report, together with minutes of evidence, and
accounts. Ordered, by the House of commons, to be
printed, 8 June, 1810.
[London, 1810.] 282p. 88cm. (Parliament, 1810. H.ofO.
Repts. and papers. 849.)
Francis Horner, chairman of the committee.
£-30479
See also item no. 333.

HG295.G7A3

385

House of lords. Committee on the bank charter.
Bank charter. Resolutions proposed by Lord Viscount
Althorp. 31 May 1833.
[London, 1883.] 1 p. 88cm. (Parliament. 1888. H.ofO.
Repts. and papers, v. 28. 0.68.)
J301.K6 1833,v.23
386 —
Secret committee on Bank of England.
Reports respecting the Bank of England resuming cash
payments: viz. The first and second reports by the lords
committees appointed a Secret committee to enquire into
the state of the Bank of England, with respect to the
expediency of the resumption of cash payments;—with
minutes of evidence, and an appendix:—7 May 1819:—
Communicated by the lords, 12th May 1819. Ordered, by
the House of commons, to be printed, 12 May 1819.
[London, 1819.] 2 p. I., 481 p. incl. fold, tables. 83cm.
(Parliament, 1819. H. of C. Repts. and papers. 291.)
9-13188f

387 .—

HG038.A4

1819b

Secret committee on commercial distress. Report; together with the minutes of evidence,
and an appendix.
[London, 1848.] h, (1), 480, (2), 20 p. 84cm. (Parliament,
1847-48. H. of C. Repts. and papers. 895, 565, 584.)




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388

Qt. Brit. Parliament.
House of lords. Select committee on
circulation of promissory notes. Report [with minutes of
evidence, appendix and index] from the lords committees
appointed a select committee to inquire into the state
of circulation of promissory notes under the value of £ 5
in Scotland and Ireland. Ordered, by the House of commons, to be printed, 6 April 1827.
[London, 1827.] 256 p. SScm. (Parliament, 1827.
H.ofO.
Eepts. and papers, v. 6. 245.)
J301.K6 1827,v.6

389

Treasury. Bank charter. A copy of all correspondence and minutes of any conferences between the government and the directors of the Bank of England, on the
subject of the renewal of the bank charter. Ordered, by
the House of commons, to be printed, 7 June 1833.
[London, 1833.] 10 p. 33™. (Parliament, 1833. H. of 0.
Eepts. and papers, v. 23. 352.)
J301.K6 I833,v.23

390

Bank of England charter. Copies of all communications that have passed between the government
and the Bank of England, having reference to the terms
on which the renewal of the bank charter is to take place,
bearing date subsequent to 3d June 1833. Ordered, by
the House of commons, to be printed, 23 August 1833.
[London, 1833.] 6 p. S3cm.
(Parliament, 1833. H. of 0.
Eepts. and papers, v. 23. 728.)
J301.K6 1833,v.23

391

Hankey, Thomson. The principles of banking, its utility and
economy; with remarks on the working and management
of the Bank of England. Revised as regards the working
and management of the bank by Clifford Wigram. 4th ed.
London, E. Wilson, 1887. 3 p. I, xii p., 1 I., 151 p. 22%cm.
6-16192

392

HG2996.H27

H a n s a r d , Luke. The efficiency of reserves.
Bankers' magazine (London), Mar. 1901, v. 72:

404-422.

HG1503.B2,v.72

393

Hart, Heber Leonidas. The law of banking, with an appendix
on the law of stock exchange transactions. 2d ed.
London, Stevens and sons, limited, 1906. cvii, 1119 p.
25cm.
A10-1886

394

HG2983.H32

H e n d e r s o n , J. M. The joint stock companies acts (18621900) in relation to banking.
Bankers' magazine (London), Jan.-Mar. 1906, v. 81:109-114,
250-257, 391-397.
HG1503.B2,v.81




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395 [Herries, John Charles.] A review of the controversy respecting the high price of bullion, and the state of our currency.
London, Printed for J. Budd, 1811. 1 p. I., ii, 119 p. fold,
tab. 22cm.
12-19626

HG938.H4

396 Hirst, Francis Wrigley. The stock exchange; a short study
of investment and speculation.
London, Williams and Norgate, [c1911]. v, 7-256 p. 17icm.
(Home university library of modern knowledge. New York,
H. Holt and company.)
Bibliography: p. 255-256.
11-10371

HG4551.H6

397 Holden, Sir Edward H. Our gold reserves.
Institute of bankers (London). Journal, Feb. 1907, v. 28:65-77.
A discussion of Sir Felix Schuster's paper. The paper is also discussed in the same number of the Journal, by Henry Bell and
F. E. Steele, p. 77-81, while the reply of Sir Felix Schuster is
given on p. 82-84.
HG1511.I6,v.28

398 Holland, Robert Wolstenholme and Alfred Nixon. Banking
law.
London, New York [etc.] Longmans, Green, and co., 1908.
xviii, 275 p. forms (partly fold.) 19cm. (Longmans1 commercial series, ed. by Alfred Nixon.)
10-831

HG2983.H7

399 Huskinson, Thomas W. The Bank of England's charters
the cause of our social distress.
London, P. S. King & son, 1912. xi, llfi p. 19cm.
13-6090

HG2995.H8

400 Huskisson, William. The question concerning the depreciation of our currency stated and examined. 3d ed., cor.
London, J. Murray; [etc., etc.] 1810. 2 p. I., xix, 154 P*
22cm.
The Library of Congress has other eds.
6-41145-6t

HG938.H97

401 I n s t i t u t e of bankers, London. Questions on banking practice from vols, i-xxx (inclusive) of the Journal. Revised
and issued under the authority of the Council of the
institute. 6th ed.—enl. and rev.
London, Blades, East and Blades, 1909. viii, 607 p. 22\cm.
A10-1888

HG1601.I6

402 The Issue and banking departments, Bank of England.
Bankers' magazine (London), Mar. 1910, v. 89: 355-365.




HG1503.B2,v.89

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403 Jaffe, Edgar. Das englische Bankwesen. 2., durchgesehene
und erweiterte Aufl.
Leipzigj Duncker cfc Humblot, 1910. xiii, 370 p. incl. tables.
23cm.
"Literatur": p. x-xiii.
11-1690

HG2990.J24

404 Lawson, William John. The history of banking; with a comprehensive account of the origin, rise, and progress, of
the banks of England, Ireland, and Scotland. 2d ed.,
with additions.
London, R. Bentley, 1855. 3 p. I., [v]-vli, [iii]-xii p., 1 I.,
476 p., 1 l, [U7]-524 p. 2 port (incl front)
23cm.
"A list of the works consulted": p. 514-518.
13-3643

HG2986.L43

405 Leckie, William. Review of the proceedings of the Committee of the House of commons on banks of issue, 1840.
And an inquiry into the effects of the bank restriction
and the changes in the value of money; with an examination of the leading principles in the work on political
economy by the late David Ricardo.
London, J. TJnwin, 181^1. vi, 299 p. 2 fold. tab. 22cm.
See also item no. 380.
6-23273f

HG1868.L4

406 Liverpool, Charles Jenkinson, 1st earl of. Principles of coinage; intended as a commentary on a letter to the king,
on the coins of this realm.
[London, Printed by W. Glindon], 1829. iv, 208 p. 21%™.
6-41151f

407

HG938.L67

A treatise on the coins of the realm; in a letter to the
king.
London, E. Wilson, 1880. xii, 295 p. 22\™.
Edited, with an introduction, by J. W. Birch and H. R. Grenfell.
6-41150
HG938.L66

408 London. Chamber of commerce. Gold reserves committee.
Text of the report.
Institute of bankers {London). Journal, Oct. 1909, v. 30:
505-511.
The December, 1909, number of the Journal, p. 615, contains a correction regarding the views of Lord Avebury.
HG1511.I6,v.30

410 London bankers' clearings in 1912.
Bankers' magazine (London), Feb. 1913, v. 95: 270-278.




HG1503.B2,v.95
Published annually.

GREAT BRITAIN

411

The London banks and kindred companies and firms, 1912-13.
By Thomas Skinner.
London, Thomas Skinner & co., [1912], 18\cm.
annual,
A10-1892

412

HG3000.L8A3

[McCulloch, John Ramsay] ed. A select collection of scarce
and valuable tracts on money, from the originals of
Vaughan, Cotton, Petty, Lowndes, Newton, Prior, Harris,
and others. With a preface, notes, and index.
London, Printed for the Political economy club, 1856. xviii,
637 p.
23\™.
9-3632

413

69

HG937.A3

Martin, John Biddulph. " T h e Grasshopper" in Lombard
street.
London, The Leadenhall press, ltd. [etc.] New York, Scribner
cfc Welford, 1892. xx, 328 p. front, illus., pi., port, fold,
maps, plans {partly fold.) facsim., tab.
26\cm.
2-27094

HG3000.L84M3

414

Mason, David Marshall. Our money market and American
banking and currency reform.
Institute of bankers (London). Journal, Apr. 1909, v. 30:
201-224.
HG1511.I6,v.30

415

M a t t h e w s , Joseph Bridges. The law of money-lending, past
and present: being a short history of the usury laws in
England, followed by a treatise upon the Money-lenders
act, 1900.
London, Sweet & Maxwell, limited, 1906. xvi, 11+1 p.
22cm.
6-25721

416

Mill, John Stuart. The inexpediency of an irredeemable paper
currency. Being an abridgement of the chapters from the
" Principles of political economy," on money and credit.
New York, H. L. Einton & co., 1875. 1 p. I., [7]-51 p. 19™.
6-43196f

417

HG944.M8

Moxon, Thomas Bouchier. English practical banking. 14th
ed.
Deansgate and Ridgefield, Manchester [etc.] J. Heywood ltd.,
1908. viii, 109, [3] p.
22cm.
9-18502

418

HG1623.G7M4

HG1601.M9

Norman, George Warde. Letter to Charles Wood, esq., M. P.,
on money, and the means of economizing the use of it.
London, P. Richardson, I84I. 106 p.
22\cm.




6-41155f

HG938.N8

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419 Norman, George Warde. Remarks upon some prevalent
errors, with respect to currency and banking, and suggestions to the legislature and the public as to the
improvement of the monetary system.
London, P. Richardson, 1888. 109 p. 22\cm.
6-41154t

HG038.N78

420 Overstone, Samuel Jones Loyd, 1st baron. The evidence, given
by Lord Overstone, before the Select committee of the
House of commons of 1857, on bank acts, with additions,
London, Longman, Brown, cfe co., 1868. x, 806 p. 2S\cm.
Appendix: Exportation of gold and silver. State of the country
banks. From the "Scotsman," 3d August, 1825.
Published also, without appendix, in Parliamentary papers, 1857,
2d sess., v. 10, pt. 1, p. 327-419.
9-1595
HG2988.09

421

Further reflections on the state of the currency and the
action of the Bank of England.
London, Pelham Richardson, 1837. 52 p. 28cm.
Miscellaneous pamphlets, v. 1148.

422

AC901.M5,v.ll48

Lord Overstone on the bank act and the currency.
Correspondence between the Right Hon. Lord Overstone,
and Henry Brookes.
London, E. Wilson, 1862. iv, [8]-65 p. 22cm.
" Reprinted from the special supplements of the Money market
re vie w."
6-41434f
HG939.09

423

Reflections suggested by a perusal of Mr. J. Horsley
Palmer's pamphlet on the causes and consequences of the
pressure on the money market.
London, P. Richardson, 1837. 56 p. 22\cm.
6-41157f

424

Remarks on the management of the circulation; and
on the condition and conduct of the Bank of England and
of the country issuers, during the year 1839.
London, P. Richardson, 18Ifi. 135 p. 23cm,
6-43185f

425

HG938.P209

HG945.C9

A select collection of scarce and valuable tracts and
other publications, on the national debt and sinking fund..
With a preface, notes, and index by John R. McCulloch.
London, 1857. 2 v. 22™.




GREAT BRITAIN

426

71

Overstone, Samuel Jones Loyd, 1st baron. Tracts and other
publications on metallic and paper currency.
London, [Printed by Harrison and sons], 1857. 2 p. I., [Hi]viii, 649, [1] p.
23$cm.
Prefatory notice signed: J. R. M. [i. e. J. R. McCulloch],
9-2010
HG039.O92

427

Packe, Charles E. Dear food, cheap consols and labour unrest.
The bearing of currency questions on our present disorders.
Bankers1 magazine {London), Jan. Feb. 1913, v. 95: 36-42;
193-200.

428

HG1503.B2,v.95

[Page, Richard.] Banks and bankers. By Daniel Hardcastle,
jun. [pseud.]
London, WhittaTcer and co., 1842. xvi, 4H p.
19cm.
6-33760f

HG2988.P18

429

Letters to the editor of the " T i m e s " journal, on the
affairs and conduct of the Bank of England; the introduction of British silver money into the colonies; and
generally on the currency . . . By Daniel Hardcastle
[pseud.]
London, B. Long, 1826. viii, 310 p. 23cm.
HG2994.P12

430

Paget, Sir John Rahere, bart. The law of banking. 2d ed.
London, Butterworth & co., 1908. 5 p. I., [ix]-xxxiv, 393,
50 p., 1 I. 22cm.
9-8016

431

Palgrave, Sir Robert Harry Inglis. Analysis of the minutes of
evidence taken before the Select committee of the House
of commons on banks of issue, 1875. With a selection
from the evidence.
London, [Waterlow and sons, limited, printers], 1876. viii,
584 p. incl. tables.
23\cm.
5-9516
See also item no. 382.

432

HG1868.P2

An analysis of the transactions of the Bank of England, for the years 1844-72; with observations on the
relation of the banking reserve of the Bank of England to
the current rate of interest.
London, E. Stanford, 1874. iv, [5]-42 p. 22%cm.
6-23252f

433

HG2983.P2

HG1621.P2

Bank rate and the money market in England, France*
Germany, Holland, and Belgium, 1844-1900.
London, J. Murray, 1903. xxiii, 237 p.
25\cm.




3-17&S2

HG1811.P2

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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

434 Palgrave, Sir Robert Harry Ingiis. Bank rate in England,
France, and Germany, 1844-1878. With remarks on the
causes which influence the rate of interest charged; and
an analysis of the accounts of the Bank of England.
London, E. Wilson, 1880. 2 p. I, viii, iv, 141, iv p. 22\cm.
6-23253f

HG1621.P23

435 Perry, S. E. English and American banking methods: a comparison and a contrast.
Institute of hankers (London). Journal, Nov. 1909, v. 30:
529-553.

436

HGl511.l6,v.30

The history of companies' legislation in England in its
practical aspect, and its effect upon our industrial banking development.
Institute of hankers (London). Journal, Nov. 1908, v. 29:
475-507.

HG1511.16,v.29

437 PMlippovich von Philippsberg, Eugen. Die Bank von
England im Dienste der Finanzverwaltung des Staates.
2. rev. Aufl. besorgt von Felix Somary.
Leipzig und Wien, F. Deuticke, 1911. viii, 217 p. 24cm.
12-526

438

HG2994.P58

History of the Bank of England and its financial services to the state. 2d ed., rev., by Eugen von Philippovich ... . tr. by Christabel Meredith, with an introduction by H. S. Foxwell.
Washington, Govt print, off,, 1911. 297 p. 23cm. ([U.S.]
61st Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Doc. 591.)
At head of title: National monetary commission.
11-35868

HG2994.P6

439 Porter, George Richardson. The progress of the nation in its
various social and economic relations from the beginning
of the nineteenth century. A completely new ed., rev. and
brought up to date by F. W. Hirst.
London, Methuen & co. ltd., [1912]. xvi p., 1 I., 735,
[1] p. incl tables. 23cm.
"Paper currency and banking, 1800-1850": p. 574-593; "Progress of
banking, 1850-1900 ": p. 594-602.
12-21427
HG255.P86 1912

440 Pownall, G. H. Some modern tendencies in banking: and
notes on branch management.
Institute of bankers (London). Journal, Mar. 1913, v. 34:
163-186.




HG1511.l6,v.34

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GREAT BRITAIN"

441

Progress of banking in Great Britain and Ireland during 1911.
Bankers' magazine (London), Jan-June,
1912, v. 93: 1-30;
159-188; 547-575; 700-725; 851-872.
CONTENTS.—1. Capital and reserve funds; 2. The increase in the
number of banking offices opened; 3. Balance-sheets of banks in
the United Kingdom; 4. Proportion of cash to deposits; 5. Proportion of capital and reserve to deposits.
A review of banking in Great Britain and Ireland is published
annually in this magazine.
HG1503.B2,v.93

442

The Provincial note circulation.
Bankers1 magazine (London), Sept. 1904, v. 78:

313-324.

HG1503.B2,v.78

443

Eae, George. The country banker: his clients, cares, and
work. From an experience of forty years.
London, J. Murray, 1885. xi, 312 p.
19icm.
11-30623

445

HG1601.R2

1885

Eicardo, David. The works of David Ricardo. With a notice
of the life and writings of the author, by J. R. McCulloch.
London, J. Murray, 1846. 2 p. I., [vii]-xxxiii p., 1 I., [5]584 p.
22cm.
CONTENTS.—Life [and writings of Eicardo]—Principles of political
economy and taxation.—High price of bullion.—Reply to Mr.
Bosanquet's Practical observations on the report of the Bullion
committee.—Essay on the influence of a low price of corn on the
profits of stock.—Proposals for an economical and secure currency.—On protection to agriculture.—Plan for the establishment
of a national bank.—Essay on the funding system.—Observations
on parliamentary reform.—Speech on voting by ballot.
5-20726
HB161.R48

446

Rogers, James Edwin Thorold. The first nine years of the
Bank of England. An enquiry into a weekly record of
the price of bank stock from August 17,1694 to September
17, 1703.
Oxford, Clarendon press; New York, Macmillan and co.,
1887. xxxi, 183 p. 22%cm.
6-32014f

447

HG2994.R72

S c h m i d t , Hermann. Should the Peel act be modified?
Bankers' magazine (London), Feb. 1900, v. 69: 192-198.
Discusses the influence of the bank rate and the efforts of foreign
countries to overcome it.
HGrl503.B2,v.69

448

Schnapper, Eduard. Zur Entwicklung des englischen Depositenbankwesens.
Zilrich, A. Mutter, 1900. 1 p. I., ix, [1], 71 p., 1 I. 22cm.
(ZilHcher volkswirtschqftliche
Studien. Hrsg. von H.
Herkner. 1 Eft.)




3-19555

HG2986.S35

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UBBARY OF CONGRESS

449 Schuster, Sir Felix. The bank of England and the state; a
lecture delivered on 14th November, 1905.
Manchester, At the University press, 1906. SO p. 24\cm.
{Manchester university lectures, no. 2.)
6-13345

450

HG2995.S39

Foreign trade and the money market.
Institute of hankers (London). Journal, Feb. 1904, v. 25:
65-122.
Including discussion by J. H. Tritton, Lord Hillingdon, Sir Robert
Giffen, and others.
Discusses the position of London as the center of the financial
world and its relations to international trade.
HG1511.I6,v.25

451

Our gold reserves.
Institute of bankers (London)* Journal, Jan. 1907, v. 28:
1-25.
Including discussion by Sir Samuel Montagu.

HG1511.I6,v.28

452 Seyd, Ernest. The Bank of England note issue and its error.
An address to the holders of Bank of England stock, and
to bankers and economists generally.
London, 181%. xviii, 298 p. 25cm.
e-43182f

453

HG945.S4

The banks of issue question. Memorial address to
the governor and court of directors of the Bank of England, and submitted to the Select committee of the House
of commons of 1875.
London, E. Stanford, 1875. xix, 138 p. 24icm.
6-43181f

HG945.S42

454 Shaw, William Arthur. Select tracts and documents illustrative of English monetary history 1626-1730.
London, C. Wilson, 1896. xi p., 1 Z., 2U P- 19cm.
CONTENTS.—Sir Robert Cotton and the debasement of 1626.—Henry
Robinson: and extracts from the state papers of the commonwealth
illustrative of the monetary movements of 1649-51.—Sir Richard
Temple and J. S., opponents of John Locke in the recoinage of
1696.—Sir Isaac Newton's mint reports (1701-25), hitherto unpublished.—John Conduitt's Observations upon the present state of
our gold and silver coins (1730).
2-18192
HG937.S53

455 Shearme, J. A. English and American banking methods: a
comparison and contrast.
Institute of tankers (London). Journal, Oct. 1909, v. SO:
478-501.




HG1511.I6,v.30

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GREAT BRITAIN

456

Spalding, W. F . The establishment and growth of foreign
branch banks in London, and the effect, immediate and
ultimate, upon the banking and commercial development of this country.
Institute of hankers (London). Journal, Nov. 1911, v. 82:
433-461.
HG1511.16,v.32

457

"The S t a t i s t . " Banking section.
Statist, Apr. 5, 1918, v. 76: 27-156.
Published annually.

458

HGrll.S8,v.76

Steele, Francis Edward. " B a n k r a t e " : its effect on market
rate, and on the prices of goods and of securities.
Bankers' magazine (London), Sept. 1903, v. 76: 348-356.
HG1503.B2,v.76

459

" H o w note issues are regulated."
Bankers1 magazine (London), Dec. 1902, v. 74: 718-724England and Germany.

460

HG1503.B2,v.74

Present-day banking: its methods, tendencies and
characteristics.
London, Butterworth & co., 1909. xix, 224, U, U] V- 20\™.
9-16859

461

HG2990.S8

The S t o c k exchange official intelligence. 1912.
London, E. Couchman & co. [etc.], 1912.
annual.
8-18236f

462

HG4507.S7

The S t o c k exchange year book for 1913.
London, Thomas Skinner & co., 1913. 24cm*

annual.

CA8-2275 Unrev'd

463

24\x21\™.

HG5431.S8

Straker, Frederick A. The daily money article.
Institute of hankers {London). Journal, Jan.,
1904, v. 25: 1-26; 163-178; 228-245; 292-309.

Mar.-May,

HG1511.I6,v.25

464

——— The money market.
London, Methuen & co., 1904-




vi, 180 p.

19\cm.

CONTENTS.—The beginning of banking in England.—The foundation and growth of the Bank of England.—The early private
bankers.—The Bank charter act of 1844, and its suspensions.—
The development of London as the financial centre of the world.—
Factors of the money market.—The bank return.—The growth of
joint-stock banks.—Joint-stock bank balance sheets.—The billbrokers.—The clearing house.—Foreign exchanges.—The money
article of the press.—Conclusion.—The gold reserve.—Index.
9-18457
HG935.S8

76

LIBKARY OF CONGRESS

465 Sykes, Ernest William. The growth of London as the financial centre of the world, and the best means of maintaining
that position.
Institute of bankers (London). Journal, Oct 1902, v. 23:
855-380.

HG1511.I6,v.23

466 [Tennant, Charles.] The Bank of England: and the organisation of credit in England. 2d ed. rev. and enl.: with the
evidence of MM. Isaac and Emile Pereire before the
French commission of inquiry into the Bank of France:
also abstract of the American free banking act.
London, Longmans, Green, Reader, & Dyer, 1866. xvi, 869
p. inch front (diagr.) 19cm.
&-32023t

HG2996.T28

467 Thornton, Sir Edward. Observations on the report of the
Committee of the House of commons, appointed to inquire
into the high price of gold bullion, &c. &c.
London: JohnStockdale, 1811. xvi, 160p. 19%em.
Financial pamphlets, v. 6.
See also item no. 385.

468 Thornton, Henry. An enquiry into the nature and effects of
the paper credit of Great Britain.
London, Printed for J. Hatchard [etc.], 1802. xii, [13]-820 p.
21\cm.
[Miscellaneous pamphlets, v. 595, no. 6]
6-41984-5f

AC901.M5

vol.505

469 Tipper, Henry. Bank charter act, 1844.
Institute of bankers (London). Journal, Oct 1907, v. 28:
409-435.
Written to show "how far and in what directions the act is considered capable of amendment.''
H01511.I6,v.28

470 Tooke, Thomas. Considerations on the state of the currency.
London, J. Murray, 1826. iv, 152 p. 23\cm.
3-31148

471

HG938.T67

A history of prices, and of the state of the circulation,
from 1793 to 1837; preceded by a brief sketch of the state
of the corn trade in the last two centuries.
London, Longman, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longmans,
1838-57. 6 v. tables. 22cm.




Treats of the influence of the seasons on the currency, on the influence of war, and on the general relation between prices and the
circulating medium during the period covered.
6-36735
HB221.T66

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GREAT BRITAIN

472 Tooke, Thomas. An inquiry into the currency principle; the
connection of the currency with prices, and the expediency of a separation of issue from banking. 2d ed.
Lo7idon, Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1844viii, 165, [1] p. 28cm.
6-41171t

473

HG938.T7

Thoughts and details on the high and low prices of the
last thirty years.
London, J. Murray, 1823. 2 v. in 1. tables (partly fold.)
22cm.
6-16317

HB221.T67

474 Torrens, Robert. A comparative estimate of the effects
which a continuance and a removal of the restriction
upon cash payments are respectively calculated to produce: with strictures on Mr. Ricardo's proposal for obtaining a secure and economical currency.
London, Printed for B. Hunter, 1819. 2 p. I, 80 p. 22%cm.
&-41173f

475

5-1577

476

HG938.T74

HG2987.T7

A letter to the Right Honourable Lord Viscount Melbourne, on the causes of the recent derangement in the
money market, and on bank reform. 2d ed., with
additions.
London, Longmans, Bees, Orme, Brown & Green, 1887.
1 p. I., [5]-82 p. 20\cm.
11-15291

478

2Scm.

An inquiry into the practical working of the proposed
arrangements for the renewal of the charter of the Bank
of England, and the regulation of the currency: with a
refutation of the fallacies advanced by Mr. Tooke.
London, Smith, Elder, and co., 1844. iv, 66 p. 21tm.
11-15165

477

HG938.T75

An essay on money and paper currency.
London, J. Johnson and co., 1812. m p., 11., SOI p.

HG938.T78

A letter to Thomas Tooke, esq. In reply to his objections against the separation of the business of the bank
into a department of issue, and a department of deposit
and discount: with a plan of bank reform.
London, Longman, Hurst, Orme, and Brown, 1840. 1 p. I.,
[5]-48p.
20\cm.




Appendix: Speech delivered by Colonel Torrens, in the House of
commons, 28th of June, 1833, on moving that the consideration
of the question of renewing the charter of the Bank of England be
postponed.
11-15167
HG2987.T7*

78

LIBKAKY OF COSTGKESS

479 Torrens, Robert. The principles and practical operation of
Sir Robert Peel's act of 1844, explained and defended.
3d ed., rev. and enl.: comprising critical examinations of
the report of the Lords7 committee of 1848, upon national
distress; of the novel principles of currency propounded by
Mr. Tooke and Mr. Wilson; and of the chapter on the
regulation of currency in Mr. J. S. Mill's " Principles of
political economy.''
London, Longmans, 1858. 4 V- L> ^ X^VJ 4®% V- ®$cm6-41444

HG939.T8

480 Tritton, J. Herbert. The short loan fund of the London
money market.
Institute of bankers (London). Journal, Mar. 1902, v. 23:
95-107.
With discussion by Hermann Schmidt, F. O. Schuster, A. S. Harvey,
E. W. H. Barry, N. Cork, L. Hansard, D. M. Mason, and R. Dobson.
HG1511.I6,v.23

481 Turner, Benjamin Bannister. Chronicles of the Bank of
England.
London, 8. Sonnenschein cfe co., Mm., 1897. xii, 296 p.
inch front., illus. 8 pi. 20%cm.
6-30455t

HG2994.T94

482 XJ. S.

National monetary commission. Statistics for Great
Britain, Germany, and France, 1867-1909.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1910. 354 P- (partly fold.)
29cm. (61st Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Doc. 578.)
Statistics for Great Britain, 1867-1909. Furnished by "The Economist," F. W. Hirst, editor, and Sir Robert Harry Inglis Palgrave.
pt. i. General statistics, pt. n. Statistics of joint-stock and other
banks, pt. in. Statistics of money, gold movements, ratee of
exchange, etc. pt. iv. Statistics of the Bank of England.
10-36023
HG259.TJ5

483 Variations in the rate charged by the Bank of England from
1844 to 1899.
Bankers' magazine (London), July, 1900, v. 70:1-8.
HG1503.B2,v.70

484 Wallace, William, and Allan M'Neil. Banking, law, with
forms. 3d ed., rev. and enl.
Edinburgh, W. Green & sons, 1906. xlvi, (2), 483, (1)
p.
23\cm.
• A 10-1903




GREAT BRITAIN

485

79

Warren, Henry. The story of the Bank of England (a history
of English banking, and a sketch of the money market).
London, Jordan cfc sons, limited, 1903. 2 p. I., 251 p.
front.
22\cm.
CONTENTS.—The period of monopoly ,1708-1826.—Before and after the
Act of 1844.—The Bank's weekly return.—The Issue and Banking
departments.—The store in the Issue department.—Weekly
differences in the return.—The Bank as agent of the Mint.—The
principal currency drains.—Banks and the creation of credit.—
The battle of the banks.—The London money market.—The bank
rate and stock exchange securities.—The banks as stock brokers.—
The short-loan fund and the price of securities.—Panic years.—
The banks and the public.—Bank stock.
3-14958
HG2994.W28

486

Weber, Adolf. Depositenbanken und Spekulationsbanken.
Ein Vergleich deutschen und englischen Bankwesens.
Leipzig, Buncker cfc Humblot, 1902. xv, 303, [1] p.
23cm.
3-13274

HG1588.W3

487

Wilson, James. Capital, currency, and banking; being a collection of a series of articles pub. in the Economist in 1845,
on the principles of the Bank act of 1844, and in 1847, on
the recent monetarial and commercial crisis; concluding
with a plan for a secure and economical currency.
London, The office of the Economist, 1847. 4 P-1-, xivi, 294 V22cm

488

Withers, Hartley. The meaning of money. 3d impression
(2d ed.)
London, Smith, Elder cfc co., 1909. xiv, 307 p. 21cm.

6-41448f

HG939.W75

CONTENTS.—Introductory.—Coined cash.—Paper cash.—The bill of
exchange.—The manufacture of money.—London the world's
monetary clearing house.—The cheque-paying banks.—The bill
brokers and discount houses.—The accepting houses and foreign
banks.—The foreign exchanges.—The Bank of England.— Bank
rate and market rate.—The bank return.—The gold reserve.—
Other reserves.—Summary and conclusion.—Index.
9-17157
HG221.W8

489

—

and others. The English banking system.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1910. 1 p. I., 294 V- ^nc^- 3fold,
tab. 23cm.
([U.S.] 61st Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Doc.
492.)

At head of title: . . . National monetary commission.
CONTENTS.—The English banking system, b y Hartley Withers.—The
history of the separation of the departments of the Bank of England,
b y Sir R. H . Inglis Palgrave.—English banking organizations, by
Ernest Sykes.—The London bankers clearing house, by R. M.
Holland.
10-35995
HG2988.W78
86054°—13
6




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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

490 Wolowski, Louis Francois Michel Raymond. La banque
d'Angleterre et les banques d'ficosse.
Paris, Guillaumin et c*, 1867. xi, 560 p. 22\cm.
6-32015f

HG2995. W86

SCOTLAND
491 Blyth, Robert. The Scotch system of banking.
(In American bankers' association. Proceedings, 1905, p. 118-123.)
HG1507.A5 1905

492 Boase, Charles William. A century of banking in Dundee;
being the annual balance sheets of the Dundee banking
company, from 1764 to 1864. 2d ed. Containing the
balance sheets of other banks of the district, and memoranda concerning Scotch and English banking during the
period.
Edinburgh, R. Grant & son, 1867. xxxi, 579 p. incl. tables,
front, {port.) plates, facsims. 23cm.
11-31205

HG3000.D84D9

493 Conant, Charles A. Scotch bank currency.
Sound currency, Feb. 15, 1897, v. 4, no. 4' 1-16.
HG529.A3,v.4

494 Graham, William. The bank note circulation of Scotland,
with brief description of the English and Irish systems,
to which is added Exchange of notes and clearing house
system and rules in Scotland. 4th ed.—specially rev. to
date.
Edinburgh, C. cfc R. Anderson, 1907. 48 p. incl. tables.
18%cm.
A10-1882

495

HG2999.S4G75

The one pound note in the rise and progress of banking
in Scotland, and its adaptability to England.
Edinburgh, J. Thin; [etc., etc.] 1886, 3 p. I, ii, 824 Vfacsims. 23cm.
A 10-1883

496 Johnston, John.

HG2999. S4G73

Scottish banking system.

(In American bankers' association. Proceedings, 1902, p. 75-78.)
HG1507.A5 1902

497 Kerr, Andrew William. History of banking in Scotland. 2d
ed.
London, A. & C. Black, 1902. xiv, 348 p. fold. tab. 2Scm.
HG2999.S4K44

498

Scottish banking during the period of published accounts, 1865-1896.
London, E. Wilson, 1898. ix p.y 1 I., 172 p. 22cm.




6-32273f

HG2999.S4K6

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ITALY

499

Logan, W. H. The Scotish banker; or, A popular exposition
of the practice of banking in Scotland. 3d ed.
Edinburgh, Oliver cfe Boyd; [etc., etc.] 1847. 5 p. I., 218 p.

fold. tab.

mcm.

6-18487f

500

HG1601.L7

Rae, John. English and Scottish banking. A practical and
historical comparison.
Bankers' magazine (London), Apr. 1900, v. 69: 552-560.
HG1503.B2,v.69

501

S c o t c h bank inspections.
Bankers' magazine (London), Apr. 1911, v. 91: 565-570.
HG1503.B2,v.91

502

S o m e r s , Robert. The Scotch banks and system of issue. Including translation of "Les banques d'Ecosse," by L.
Wolowski. With notes, remarks, and appendix.
Edinburgh, A. and C. Black\ 1873. xii, 2U V- 2 tab. 21cm.
6-32272f

503

HG2999.S4W9

Wolowski, Louis Francois Michel Raymond. La banque
d'Angleterre et les banques d'ficosse.
Paris, Guillaumin et c", 1867. xi, 560 p.
22\™.
6-32015t

HG2995.W86

ITALY
504

Byrne, F . D. The new era of banking in Italy.
Bankers' magazine (London), Oct. 1912, v. 94: 478-476.
HG1503.B2,v.94

505

Canovai, Tito. Lebanche diemissione in Italia; saggio storico
critico.
Roma, Casa editrice italiana, 1912. 290 p. fold. tab. 24cm.
13-3818

506

HG1870.I8C4

The banks of issue in Italy by Tito Canovai, with an
article by Carlo F . Ferraris, and the text of the Italian
banking law.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1911. 1 p. 1., 345 p. fold. tab.
23cm.
([U. S.] 61st Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Doc. 575.)
At head of title: . . . National monetary commission.
"The Italian banks of issue by Carlo F. Ferraris" is translated from
Conrad's Handworterbuch der Staatswissenschaften, 3d ed.
11-35367
SIG1870.I8C3

507

Delia Vida, Ettore Levi. Instituti di emissione e banche
popolari.
Nuova antologia, Jan. 16, 1912, 5th ser., v. 157: 805-318.




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82
508

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

Frauz, Emil Richard. Die Verfassung der staatlichen Zahlungsmittel Italiens seit 1861.
Strassburg, K. J. Trubner, 1911. x p., 1I., 174 V; 11- ®3cm(Abhandlungen aus dem Staatswissenschaftlichen
Seminar
zu Strassburg i. E. . . . Hft. xxvu.)
"Quellen und Literatur": 11. following p. x.
12-4228

509

Luzzatti, Giacomo. Credito capitalistico e moneta nazionale;
note di studio.
Milano, V. Hoepli, 1897. x, 205, [1] p., 1 I. 22%™. (Studi
giuridici e politid.)
1-1-72

510

HG1029.F72

HG1029.L9

Prinzivalli, Gino. La banca moderna; fattore economico e
morale.
Nuova antologia, Mar. 16, 1912, 6. ser., v. 158: 271-278.
AP37.N8,6.ser.,v.l58

JAPAN
511

The B a n k of Japan.
Bankers' magazine (London), June, 1912, v. 93: 926-928.
Gives statement of the Governor, Baron Korekiyo Takahashi, of
operations during 1911.
HG1503.B2,v.93

512

B a n k i n g i n Japan.
Bankers' magazine, Dec. 1911, v. 83:

743-750.

From the Eleventh financial and economical annual of Japan.
HG1501.B3,v.83

513

H a m a o k a , Itsuo. A study on the central bank of Japan.
With introductory note by Prof. Henry C. Adams.
Tokyo, The Publishing department of Tokyo Semmon gakko,
1902. 1 p. Z., vii, 118 p., 2 I.
22icm.
Added t.-p. in Japanese.
7-29387

514

HG3326.H22

Japan. Dept. of finance. Adoption of the gold standard in
Japan. From an official report of the Japanese government. < F r o m the [U. S.] Summary of commerce and
finance for February, 1900. >
[ Washington, Govt, print, off., 1900.] 1 p. I, p. 2257-2275.
29icm.
O. P. Austin, chief of the [U. S.] Bureau of statistics, Treasury dept.
12-1925
HG1276.A5 1900

515

Katsura, Marquis, Baron S a k a t a n i , S. Naruse, and O. M. W.
Sprague. The banking system of Japan.




(In U. S. National monetary commission. Banking in Russia,
Austro-Hungary, the Netherlands and Japan. Washington, 1911.
23 cm . p. 119-214. 61st Cong. 2d sess. Senate. Doc. 586.)
HG1576.U62

83

MEXICO

516

Kiga, Kanju. Das Bankwesen Japans.
Leipzig, A. Deichert, 1904. vi, 197 p.

23cm.

"Angabe der benutzten wichtigsten Literatur": p. v-vi.
7-10684
HG3324.K46

517

Takaki, Masayoshi. The history of Japanese paper currency
(1868-1890).
Baltimore, The Johns Hopkins press, 1903. 59, [1] p.
24\cm.
(Johns Hopkins university studies in historical and political
science, series xxi, no. 5.)
Bibliography: p. 60.
3-28863

HG1277.T2
H31. J6,ser.21 ,no.5

MEXICO
518

Casasus, Joaquin D. La reforma monetaria en Mexico.
Informes presentados a la Comisi6n monetaria y redactados.
Mexico, Impr. de Hull, 1905. 1 p. I., 369 p. incl. tables.
2 fold. tab.
23cm.
The Spanish text is followed by English translation with separate
t.-p.: Currency reform in Mexico . . . tr. by Louis C. Simonds.
6-12158
HG664.C35

519

Conant, Charles Arthur. The banking system of Mexico.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1910. 284 V- 4 fold. tab.
23cm.
([U. S.] 61st Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Doc. 493.)
At head of title: National monetary commission.
"The banking laws of Mexico": p. 169-213.
10-35744

520

Favre, Jean. Les banques au Mexique; organisation et dSveloppement.
Paris, M. Riviere, 1907. vi, 92 p., 1 I. 19cm.
(Bibliotheque du monde economique.)
8-14357

521

HG2714.C7

HG2714.F3

H e g e m a n n , Werner. Mexikos Ubergang zut Goldwahrung.
Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte des mexikanischen Geldwesens
(1867-1906).
Stuttgart und Berlin, J. G. Cottalsche Buchhandlung Nachfolger, 1908. xii, 189 p. 23\cm.
(Milnchener volkswirU
schaftliche Studien; hrsg. von L. Brentano und W. Lotz.
86. Stuck.)
" Zusammenstellung der wichtigsten, in der Arbeit zitierten Spezialquellen": p. x-xii.
9-2044
HG664.H5

522

Martinez-Sobral, Enrique. Banking in Mexico.
American academy of political and social science.
Annals,
May, 1911, v. 37: 609-617.
Hl.A4,v.37




84

LIBRAEY OF CONGRESS

523 Martinez-Sobral, Enrique. Estudios elementales de legislation bancaria.
Mejico, Tip. de la Oficina impresora de estampillas, 1911.
4 p. I, 387 p. 22\™.
"Bibliografia": p. 375.
12-12900

524

HG2712.M3

La reforma monetaria. 2. ed. aum. con un estudio
acerca de El porvenir de la moneda y con la Memoria de
la Comisi6n de cambios y moneda, relativa k la ejecuci6n
de la reforma.
Mexico, Tip. de la Oficina impresora de estampillas, 1910.
5 p. I., [3]-329 p., 2 I. incl.facsim., tables. 20cm.
"Bibliografia": 11. following p. 329.
12-16587

HG664.M3

525 Mexico. Laws, statutes, etc. New banking law.
International bureau of the American republics. Bulletin,
English section, Aug. 1908: 384-391.
F1403.B955
THE NETHERLANDS
526 The Bank law of Holland (1904).
Bankers' magazine (London), Nov. 1904j v. 78: 618-624HG1503.B2,v.78

527 Bank of The Netherlands, 1911-1912.
Bankers7 magazine (London), Oct. 1912, v. 94: 517-544The statement of the Bank of The Netherlands is published in this
magazine annually.
HG1503.B2,v.94

528 Boissevain, G. M. Currency elasticity in Holland.
Sound currency, Oct. 1, 1897, v. 4, no. 19: 1-8.
HG529.A3,v.4

529 Borght, Kichard van der. The bank of the Netherlands.
(In U. S. National monetary commission. Banking in Russia,
Austro-Hungary, the Netherlands and Japan. Washington, 1911.
23 cm . p. 39-53. 61st Cong. 2d sess. Senate. Doc. 586.)
HG1576.XJ62
From Conrad's Handworterbuch der Staatswissenschaften, 3d ed.
v. 2. Jena, 1909. p. 480-486.
H45.H22,v.2

530 Mees, Willem Cornelis. Proeve eener geschiedenis van het
bankwezen in Nederland, gedurende den tijd der republiek.
Rotterdam, W. Messchert, 1838. xvi, 351 p. 23\™.
12-2137

HG3094.M4

531 Variations in the rate charged by the Bank of Belgium from
1851-1899, and by the Bank of Holland from 1844-1899.
Bankers1 magazine (London), Oct. 1900, v. 70: 441-453.




HG1503.B2,v.70

85
RUSSIA
532 Claus, Rudolf. Das russische Bankwesen.
Leipzig, Duncker & Humblot, 1908. xv, 162 p. 23cm.
(Staats- und sozialwissenscTiaftliche Forschungen; Jirsg. von
0. Schmoller und M. Sering. Eft. 131.)
''Literatur ": p. xiii-xv.
8-17880

HB41.S7

533 Golovin, Konstantin Fedorovich. Die finanzielle Politik
Russlands und die neue Goldwahrung.
Berlin, A. Deubner, 1900. 117, [1] p. fold, table. 22cm.
5-39663

HG1074.G17

534 Idelson, Wilhelm and W. Lexis.
Russia.

Organization of banking in

(In U. S. National monetary commission. Banking in Russia,
Austro-Hungary, the Netherlands and Japan. Washington, 1911.
23 cm . p. 1-37. 61st Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Doc. 586.)
HG1576.TJ62
From Conrad's Handworterbuch der Staatswissenschaften, 3d ed.
v. 2. Jena, 1909. p. 486-500.
H45.H22,v.2

535 Migulin, Petr Petrovich. Les banques d'etat en Russie.
Hania 6aHK0Baa nojraTHKa (1729-1903) OHHTI> H3CJi^OBaHia II. II.
Mnry.raHa . . .
XaptxoBi*, Tun. "Ile^aTHoe flj&io, KH. K. H. rarapnHa," 1901+. 2

p. l,vi,439p.

25cm.

6-28527

HG3124.M63

536 Osborne, Th. The Russian banking and credit system.
Bankers' magazine, Nov. 1912, v. 85: 608-613.
HG1501.B3,v.85

537 Saulgeot, H. Deux types de banque d'empire; Allemagne,
Russie.
Paris, A. Rousseau, 1905. 2 p. I., [vii]-viii, 176 p. tables.
25\cm.
"Bibliographie ": p. vii-viii.
6-33503

HG1856.S3

SCANDINAVIAN COUNTRIES
538 Flux, Alfred William. The Swedish banking system.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1910. 248 p. fold, diagr.
23\™. (U. S. 61st Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Doc. 576.)




At head of title: National monetary commission.
10-35898

HG3174.F6

86

UBRAEY OF CONGRESS

539 Gamborg, Joachim Christian. Seddelbanken. En kritisk
fremstilling af grundsaetningerne for seddelbankers indretning og virksomhed med sserligt hensyn til de skandinaviske seddelbanker i deres nuvaerende skikkelse.
Kristiania, P. T. Mailing, 1877. xi p., 1 I., 221 p. 28™.
6-37118f

HG1851.G2

540 Hertzberg, Ebbe Carsten Horneman. En kritisk fremstilling
af grundsaetningerne for seddelbankers indretning og
virksomhed med saerligt hensyn til de skandinaviske seddelbanker i deres nuvserende skikkelse.
Kristiania, P. T. Mailings boghandel, 1877. 2 p. I., 106 p.
24cm.
8-33548

HG1870.S29H5

541 Riser, Anders Nicolai. Om seddelbanker. En kritisk fremstilling af grundsaetningerne for seddelbankers indretning
og virksomhed med saerligt hensyn til de skandinaviske
seddelbanker i deres nuvaerende skikkelse.
Kristiania, P. T. Mailing, 1877. 1 p. I., 187, [iii]-vip.
tables, 2 fold.- diagr. 24cm.
4-8537

HG1851.K5

542 Wessling, C. M. Die Reichsbank und die "enskilda" Banken
Schwedens.
Leipzig, Druck von A. Pries, 1907. 2 p. I., [ix]-x, 76 p.
xfold. tab., fold. col. diagr. 22cm.
9-25866

HG3174.W5

SPAIN
543 Hennicke, Alfred. Die Entwicklung der spanischen Wahrung
von 1868-1906.
Stuttgart und Berlin, J. G. Cottd'sche Buchhandlung Nachfolger, 1907. vi p., 1 l, 128 p. diagr. 28\cm. {Munchener volTcswirtschaftlicJie Studien; Jirsg. von L. Brentano
und W. Lotz. 88. Stuck.)
"Literaturangabe": p . 123-128.
8-3657

HG1134.H52

544 Nicollon des Abbayes, Robert. La Banque d'Espagne.
Paris, V. Giard & E. Briere, 1909. (2), 111 p. 24™.
13-35302

HG3186.N6

SWITZERLAND
545

Conant, Charles A. Swiss bank-note currency.
Sound currency, June 1, 1897, v. 4, no. 11: 1-15.




HG529.A3,v4.

SWITZEKLAND

546

Godet, Marcel. Das Problem der Zentralisation des schweizerischen Banknotenwesens.
Leipzig, Duncker <& HumMot, 1902. 8 p. I, 86 p.
22\™.
(Stoats- und socialwissenschaftliche Forschungen, hrsg. von
G. Schmoller. 21. Bd., 1. lift)
6-41787

547

HG1870.S9G0

L a n d m a n n , Julius. Das schweizerische Bankgesetz. Untersuchungen zur Geschichte und Kritik der schweiz. Notenbankgesetzgebung, insbesondere des Bundesgesetzes vom
6. Oktober 1905 uber die Schweizerische Nationalbank.
Zurich, Schulthess & co., 1905. viii, 171 p.
24cm.
7-29388

549

HB41.S7

Gygax, Paul. Kritische Betrachtungen uber das schweizerische Notenbankwesen, mit Beziehung auf den Pariser
Wechselkurs.
Zurich, Druckerei der Neuen Zurcher Zeitung, 1901. 8 p. I.,
405 p.
22cm.
"Litteraturnachweis": 6th p. 1.
3-9152

548

87

HG1870.S9L3

The Swiss banking law; study and criticism of the
Swiss legislation respecting banks of issue, and especially
of the federal act of October 6, 1905, concerning the Swiss
national bank.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1910. 269 p. 2 fold. tab.
23cm.
([U. S.] 61st Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Doc. 401.)
At head of title: . . . National monetary commission.
"The new Swiss central note bank, ,, by A. Erdely: p. 238-249;
Address of M. R. Comtesse: p. 264-268; "References": p. 269.
10-35354
HG1870.S9L32

550

Mansfield, R. E. Banking system of Switzerland.
U. S. Bureau of foreign and domestic commerce (Dept. of
commerce and lahor). Daily consular and trade reports,
Aug. 6, 1912, no. 184: 64I-644.
HCl.R2l,no.l84

551

Plucer-Sarna, N. Die Konzentration im schweizerischen
Bankwesen.
Zurich, E. Speidel, 1911. 207 p. incl. tables. 24cm.
"Verzeichnis der benutzten Literatur": p. 5-6.
12-5407

552

HG3204.P6

Boeder, Adolf. Die Entwickelung des schweizerischen Notenbankwesens unter naherer Benicksichtigung der Epoche
1881-1906.
Meiningen, Keyssner'sche Eofbuchdr. (K. Keyssner), 1906.
4 p. 1., 90 p., 1 I. 2Scm.




1

' Literaturverzeichnis:'' 4th prelim, leaf.
8-27455

HG1870.S9R7

88

LIBKARY OF CONGKESS

553 Roesle, Alexander. Die Entwicklung der schweizerischen
Kreditanstalt (a.-g.) in Zurich.
Zurich, Druck von H. Bonsig, 1905. 228 p. fold. tab.
22%cm. {Zurcher volkswirtschaftliche Studien, hrsg. von
Dr. Heinrich Herkner. 7. lift.)
8-1521

HG3210.Z82R7

554 Springer, Jakob. Die schweizerischen Banken auf Grund der
Spezialgesetzgebung des Bundes und der Kantone.
Affoltem a. A., Buchdruckerei J. Weiss, 1904. vii, lift p.
fold. tab. 24cm.
6-28135

HG3204.S7

OTHER COUNTRIES
555 Detieux, Marcel. La question monetaire en Indo-Chine.
Paris, E. Larose, 1907. 2 p. I., viii, 417 p. 25cm.
Bibliographical foot-notes.
8-14360

HG1244.D4

556 Jaeger, Urbain. La Banque d'etat du Maroc, origines, organisation, fonctionnement.
Paris, A. Rousseau, 1911. 2 p. I., 244 p., 2 I. 25\™.
"Acte ge*n6ral de la Conference internationale <TAlg6siras": p. [231]239.
"Bibliographie": 11. following p. 244.
12-25833
HG3439.M7J3

557 Jais, Maurice. La Banque de FAlg&ie et le credit agricole.
Paris, A. Rousseau, 1902. 1 p. 1., 182 p., 1 I. 24icm.
13-3819

HG3409.A5J2

558 Morales, William H. Banking laws and methods of Cuba.
Chicago banker, Jan. 18, 1913, v. 84: 7-8, 21, 27.
HG1501.C5,v.34

American bankers' association. Journal, Feb. 1913, v. 5:
550-554.

HG1501.A8,v.5

559 Pandia Calogeras, Joao. La politique monetaire du Bresil.
Rio de Janeiro, Imprimerie nationale, 1910. xi p., 1 I.,
526 p. tables (partly fold.) 24cm.
12-6694

HG832.P3

560 Wileman, J. P. Brazilian exchange; the study of an inconvertible currency.
Buenos Aires, Printed by Galli bros., 1896. xvi, 267 p.
fold, tab., fold, diagr. 22\cm.
5-13276

HG834.W6

561 Zaldari, Peter G. The national bank of Greece.
Moody's magazine, Sept. 1912, v. 14: 210-215.




HGl.M85,v.l4

89

COLONIAL AND FOKEIGN

562

Zaldari, Peter G. The national bank of Egypt.
Moody's magazine, Oct. 1912, v. 14: 297-301.
HGl.M85,v.l4

563

Zettermann, G. L. Eine kommunale Zentralbank in Finnland.
Die Bank, May, 1911, no. 5: 437-444.
HG1505.B25,no.5

COLONIAL AND FOREIGN MONEY AND BANKING
564

A u s t r a l i a . Dept. of the treasury. Banks trading in the commonwealth—capital, dividends, and reserve funds—18851911. Presented by command; ordered to be printed,
15th November, 1911.
[Melbourne], J. Kemp, government printer for the state of
Victoria, [1911]. 11 p.
33\cm.
12-25917

565

HG3441.A4

1911

Australian banking and the commonwealth bank bill.
Economist {London), Dec. 23, 1911, v. 73: 1319-1320.
HGll.E2,v.73

566

Briining, Anton Paul. Die Entwicklung des Auslandischen,
Speziell des uberseeischen deutschen Bankwesens.
Borna-Leipzig, Buchdr. R. Noske, 1907. 4 V^-y 1^0 pm
23cm.
Imprint covered by label: Berlin, Puttkammer & Miihlbrecht.
"Literatur-Verzeichnis": 4th prelim, leaf.
13-3639
HG3048.B8

567

Chalmers, Robert. A history of currency in the British
colonies.
London, Printed for H. M. Stationery off., by Eyre and
Spottiswoode, [pref 1893]. iv, 496 p.
25icm.

568

Colonial and foreign banks in England and the banking reserve.
Bankers' magazine (London), Mar. 1900, v. 69: 353-363.

6-40056f

HG935.C43

Points out the extent of the banking business done in London with
"a banking reserve but fractionally larger than it was a few years
since."
HG1503.B2,v.69

569

Colonial and foreign banks with offices in England.
Bankers' magazine (London), Mar. 1909, v. 87: 359-368.
HG1503.B2,v.87

570

Conant, Charles Arthur. A special report on coinage and
banking in the Philippine Islands, made to the Secretary
of war. November 25, 1901.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1901. 120 p.
23cm.




"From the Annual report of the secretary of war [1900/01] Appendix G."
&-30436
HG1264.C7

90

LIBRABY OF CONGRESS

571 Denizet, Pierre. Les banques coloniales.
Paris, A. Pedone, 1899. 247, [1] p. 25cm.
"Bibliographie:" p . 5-6.
6-337611

HG3039.A3D4

572 Diouritch, Georges. L'expansion des banques allemandes k
F^tranger.
Paris, A. Rousseau, 1909. 2 p. I, 798 p. 25%™.
"Bibliographic": p . 771-786.
10-1148

HG3048.D5

»

573 Foreign banks located in England.
Bankers1 magazine {London), Mar. 1905, v. 79: S57-S69.
HG1503.B2,v.79

574 Frewen, Moreton. The great drain of gold to India.
Nineteenth century and after, Jan. 1918, v. 78: 58-68.
AP4.N7,v.73

575 Goumain-Cornille, AndrS. Les banques coloniales.
Paris, Lihrairie de la Sodete du recueil general des lois et
arrets, 1908. 2 p. I, xvi, 281 p., 2 I. 25\cm.
5-17888

HG3039.A3G7

576 Qt. Brit. Indian currency committee, 1893. Report of the
Committee appointed to inquire into the Indian currency.
Presented to both houses of Parliament by command of
Her Majesty.
London, Printed for H. M. Stationery off., by Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1898. 5 v.inl.
88cm. ([Parliament. Papers
by command] C. 7060, 7086, 7098.)
Lord Herschell, chairman.
CONTENTS.—Report (C. 7060)—Indian currency. ' Correspondence
between the government of India and the secretary of state
(C. 7060. i)—Minutes of evidence taken before the Committee
(C. 7060. n)—Indian currency. Further papers: correspondence
and proceedings of the government of India (C. 7098)—Index to
the report, evidence, and previously unpublished papers laid
before the Indian currency committee (C. 7086)
9-9698
HG1235.A28

577

Report of the commission appointed to inquire
into the Indian currency, commonly known as the Herschell report on the coinage of silver in India, with the
accompanying correspondence and testimony.
Washington, Gov't print, off., 1898. 825 p. 23cm. (R S.
fi8d Cong., 1st sess. Senate. Misc. doc. 28.)




CONTENTS,—pt. 1. Report of the committee.—pt. 2. Correspondence
between the government of India and the secretary of state.—
pt. 3. Minutes of evidence taken before the committee . . . with
an analysis of the evidence, and appendices.
1-3222
HG1235.A3

91

COLONIAL AND FOREIGN

578

Hauser, Richard. Die deutschen Uberseebanken.
Jena, G. Fischer, 1906. 3 p. I, 96 p., 1 I. 23cm.
(Abhandlungen des Staatswissenschaftlichen Seminars zu Jena, hrsg.
von J. Pierstorff. 3. Bd. 4. Hft.)
"Quellen": 11. at end.
13-3641

581

HG3048.H3

Murray, Reginald. Indian currency and finance.
Bankers' magazine (London), Jan. 1913, v. 95: 1+3-1+8.
HG1503.B2,v.95

582

Prickett, William A. The banking system of New Zealand.
American hanker, Nov. 25, 1911, v. 76: 3924-3925.
HG1501.A5,v.76

583

Soltau, Otto. Die franzosischen Kolonialbanken.
Schiltigheim i. E., Druck von Baril-Beimann, 1907.
22cm

76 p.

Pub. in full, Strassburg, K. Trtibner, 1907 (xiii, 160 p.)
"Literatur-angabe": p. 5-6.
9-2966
HG3039.A3S6

584

Spalding, W. F . The Indian financial management. A reply
to "Britain's dilemma."
Institute of bankers (London). Journal, Jan. 1913, v. 31+:
39-54.
See item no. 587.

585

HGU511.I6,v.34

XJ. S.

Bureau of insular affairs. Report on certain economic
questions in the English and Dutch colonies in the Orient.
By Jeremiah W. Jenks.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1902. x, 176 p. illus.
23\cm.
(War dept. Doc. no. 168.)
Currency systems: p. 11-38.
2-29025

JV241.J4

586

War dept. Division of insular affairs. Memorandum
for the secretary of war on currency and exchange in the
Philippines, prepared in the Division of customs and insular affairs. Clarence R. Edwards. With comments and
suggestions by A. E. Bates.
Washington, Gov't print, off., 1900. 3 p. I., xxvii, 66 p.
23cm.
(U. S. 56th Cong., 2d sess. House. Doc. 160.)

587

Webb,MontagudePomeroy. Britain's dilemma; high prices:—
strikes; dear money:—stagnation.
London, P. S. King & son, 1912. xv, [1], 262 p.
22cm.

2-2108




HG1264.A4

1900

Relates to the currency question in India. See especially chapter
VIII. A plea for the adoption of the Indian currency committee's
report. The report is given in Appendix A.
13-914
HG1234.W4
See item no. 584.

BANKING AND CURRENCY IN THE UNITED STATES
GENERAL
589

American academy of political and social science, Philadelphia. Bonds as investment securities.
Philadelphia, 1907. 1 p. I, 235 p. 26cm. {The annals of
the American academy of political and social science, vol.
xxx, no. 2.)
CONTENTS.—The proper basis of bond accounts when held for investment [by] C. E. Sprague.—The valuation of bonds on an income
basis [by] C. E. Sprague.—Bond redemption and sinking funds
[by] C M . Keys.—Value of a bond department to a bank or trust
company [by] G. B. Caldwell.—Tables of bond values—theory
and use [by] M. Rollins.—Essential recitals in the various kinds
of bonds [by] A. Squire.—Organization and management of a
bond house [by] W. Foley.—Bond salesmanship [by] W. Foley.—
Selling American bonds in Europe [by] C. F. Speare.—Methods
of auditing and accounting in a bond house [by] C. S. Ludlam.—
Bonds as additional banking reserve [by] W. C. Corn well.—Railroad bonds as an investment security [by] F. W. Mundy.—Electric interurban railway bonds as investments [by] E. Van
Deusen.—Real estate bonds as an investment security [by] G. A.
Hurd.—Industrial bonds as an investment [by] L. Spitzer.—The
physical condition of a municipality issuing bonds [by] EL E.
Weil.—Municipal bond issues explained [by] H. E. Weil.—
Protection of municipal bonds [by] P. Terrell.—Classification and
description of bonds [by] F. A. Cleveland.—Bonds in their relation to corporation finance [by] F. A. Cleveland.
7-30425
Hl.A4,v.30

590

The government regulation of banks and trust companies.
Philadelphia, [1904]. cover-title, 18-270 p. 24\cm. (Publications of the American academy of political and social
science, no. 429.)
Reprinted from the Annals of the American academy of political and
social science for July, 1904.
CONTENTS.—Government control of banks and trust companies, by
W. B. Ridgely.—Control and supervision of trust companies, by
F. D. Kilburn.—The financial reports of national banks as a means
of public control, by F. A. Cleveland. State regulation of insurance, by L. G. Fouse.—The relation of trust companies to industrial combinations, as illustrated by the United States shipbuilding company, by L. Walter Sammis.
5-23679
HG1778.U5R3
H1.A4
92




UNITED STATES: GENEEAL

591

93

A m e r i c a n a c a d e m y of political a n d social science, Philadelphia. Problems in banking and finance.
Philadelphia, [1902]. 2 p. I, 192 p. 25cm. (The annals of
the American academy of political and social science, vol.
xx, no. 8.)
CONTENTS.—Responsibility of the national bank in the present
crisis [by] A. S. Bolles.—Is the United States treasury responsible
for the present monetary disturbance? [by] F . A. Cleveland.—
The currency of the Philippine Islands [by] C. A. Conant.—The
financing of the South African war [by] F . R. Fairchild.—
The work of the promoter [by] E . S. Meade.—The independent
treasury vs. bank depositories: a study in state finance [by] C. S.
Potts.—Trusts and prices [by] I . A. Hourwich.
5-5196
HG136.A5

592

—

Stocks and the stock market.
Philadelphia, 1910. 4 P- K 26Jt- P- 26cm(T^ annals of
the American academy of political and social science, vol.
xxxv, no. 8.)
"Bibliography on securities and stock exchanges, b y S. S. H u e b n e r " : p . [217]-232.
CONTENTS.—The scope and functions of the stock market, by S. S*
Huebner.—The purchase or sale of securities through a stock
broker, by E . Norton.—Stocks and their features—Division and
classification, b y J. Adams, jr.—Preferred stocks as investments,
b y J. Moody.—The declaration and yield of stockholders' rights,
b y R. B . Burgunder.—Convertible bonds and stocks, b y M.
Rollins.—Barometric indices of the condition of trade, b y
R. W. Babson.—The sources of market news, by R. W.
Babson.—Influences affecting security prices and values, b y
T . Gibson.—Economic crises and stock security values, by A.
Selwyn-Brown.—Railroad stocks as investments, b y C. Snyder.—
Electric railway stocks, b y W. M. Cunningham.—Industrial stocks
as investments, b y E . J. Meyer.—Stocks of financial institutions,
b y L. A. Norton.—The wrongs and opportunities in mining investments, b y F . C. Nicholas.
10-14392
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593

The American bank reporter. (Issued in March and September, with bi-monthly supplements.)
New York, Steurer pull, co., [1912]. 25cm.

594

American bankers' association. Proceedings.
New York [1875]-1912. 1+8v. illus., pi., ports., tables, diagrs.
21i-24cm.
—
Table of contents and index to the Proceedings of the
American bankers' association, from 1875 to 1892 inclusive. Comp. by William T. Brannt.
New York, Pub. by the American bankers1 association, 1898.
147 p.
23icm.

HG2431.A5




12-30237
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The Proceedings of the Association, as now issued, include proceedings of the separate Savings bank, Trust company, and
Clearing house sections.

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595 Andrew, Abram Piatt. The influence of the crops upon business in America.
[Boston, 1906.] cover-title, [323}-352 p. 2 diagr. 23\cm.
Reprinted from the Quarterly journal of economics, vol. xx., May
1906.
8-1526
HD1434.A6

596

The Treasury and the banks under Secretary Shaw.
[Boston, 1907.] cover-title, 50 p. fold, diagr. 23\cm.
Reprinted from the Quarterly journal of economics, vol. xxi.,
August, 1907.
8-1525
HG2481.A6

597 Bank stock quotations by states.
Financier, Nov. 30, 1912, v. 100: 2001-2011.
Statistics of capital, surplus, quotations (par, bid, ask), gross deposits
and annual dividend rate of about 1,800 banks (national, state,
savings, etc.).
HGrl.F8,v.l00

598 The Bankers directory, and special list of guaranteed and
recommended bank attorneys. Homans and Sharp &
AUemans ed. Blue book. January, 1912. [v. 83.]
Chicago and New York, The Credit co., [1912]. 30cm.
April 25, 1901-9

HG2431 .B4

599 The Bankers encyclopedia; a new and original compilation of
the banks, bankers, savings banks, and loan and trust
companies in the United States and Canada. 1912.
Chicago, The Bankers encyclopedia co., [1912]. 27\cm.
1-24604

'

HG2431.B45

600 The Bankers register and special list of guaranteed and recommended bank attorneys. Blue book. January, 1912.
Chicago and New York, The Credit co., [1912]. 30cm.
April 25, 1901-8

HG2441.B5

601 Boissevain, Gideon Maria. Money and banking in the United
States. Tr. from the Dutch.
Amsterdam, J. H. de Bussy, 1909. 55 p. incl. tables. 24cm.
"A translation of an essay which . . . appeared in the December
number of the Dutch periodical the Economist."—Pref.
10-12577
HG2481.B6

602 Bolles, Albert Sidney. American finance, with chapters on
money and banking.
New York, The American banker, 1901. xi, 303 p. 19hcm.
May 23, 1901-9

603

HJ255.B5

The financial history of the United States, from 1774
to 1789: embracing the period of the American revolution.
4th ed.
New York, D. Appleton & company, 1896. xii p., 1 I.,
3-371 p. 24cm.




7-28378f

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95

604 Bolles, Albert Sidney. The financial history of the United
States, from 1789 to 1860.
New Yorkj D. Appleton and company, 1883. 9 p., 1 I.,
3-621 p. 22\™.
7-28379f

605

HJ241.B72

The financial history of the United States, from 1861
to 1885. 2d ed.
New York, D. Appleton and company, 1894- xi p., 1 I.,
3-585 p. 23%cm.
7 _28444-5t

HJ241 .B75

606 Brady, John Edson. Bank deposits, trust deposits, alternate
deposits, joint deposits; a full statement of the general
principles of law governing these forms of deposits.
Digests of all cases involving such deposits which have
been decided by the courts of the different states. Complete text of the statutes regulating these deposits, which
have been enacted in twenty-seven states.
New York, Banking law journal co., [c1911]. vii, 319 p.
23\cm.
11-26433

607

Banking law journal digest; a complete digest of all
the legal decisions, which have appeared in the issues of
the Banking law journal, from January, 1900, to June,
1912, inclusive.
New York, Banking law journal company, [c1912]. xix,
210 p. 25cm.
12-25180

608 Breckinridge, Sophonisba Preston. Legal tender; a study in
English and American monetary history.
Chicago, The University of Chicago press, 1903. xvii, 181 p.
23cm. ([Chicago. University.] The decennial publications.
2d series, v. 7.)
Bibliography: p . 175-177.
3-11319

HG363.B8

609 Brough, William. Open mints and free banking.
New York & London, G. P. Putnam's sons, 1898. viii p.,
11., 179 p. 19hcm.
6-20833f

HG529.B877

610 Bullock, Charles Jesse. Essays on the monetary history of
the United States.
New York, London, The Macmillan company, 1900. x p.}
1 I., 292 p. 19\cm. (The citizen's library of economics,
politics, and sociology, ed. by R. T. Ely.)
Bibliography: p . 275-288.
Dec. 6, 1900-14/3
86054°—13
7




HG508.B8

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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

611 Cleveland, Frederick Albert. The bank and the treasury;
bank capitalization and the problem of elasticity. New
ed., rev.
New York [etc.], Longmans, Green, and co., 1908. L, 871 p.
clarts, 2 fold. tab. 21cm.
9-4511

HG1813.XJ5C6

1008

612 The Commercial & financial chronicle. Bank and quotation
section. 1895-1912.
New York, W. B. Dana company, 1895-1912. 18 v. tables.
38cm. monthly.
8-15431-8

HG1.C76

612a A Comparative statement of the principal features of the
House bills for monetary legislation. The Overstreet bill,
H. R. 5855; The McCleary bill, H. R. 10289; The Hill
bill, H. R. 11917; The Gage bill, H. R. 5181; The Walker
bill, H. R. 3333; The Fowler bill, H. R. 50.
[Washington? 1899?\1 p. I, 16, 4, 4, 4, p. 23™.
This pamphlet is No. 5 of a made-up vol., with the title, "Documents
on monetary legislation, 55th Congress, 1898-9;" in the collection
of the National monetary commission (HG136.A1).

613 Cooke, Thornton. Branch banking for the west and south.
[Cambridge, 1908.] 19 p. 23cm.
Reprinted from the Quarterly journal of economics, Nov. 1903, v. 18:
97-113.
HBl.Q3,v.l8

614 Davis, Andrew McFarland, ed. Colonial currency reprints,
1682-1751, with an introduction and notes, by Andrew
McFarland Davis.
Boston, Prince society, 1910-11. 4 v- front, {port.) facsims. 22 x 18\cm. {The publications of the Prince society.
[V. 82-85])
10-25574

E186.P85

vol. 32-35
HG506.C8

615 Dawes, Charles G. The banking system of the United States
and its relation to the money and business of the country.
Chicago, Rand, McNally & company, 1894- 2 p. I., [7]88 p. 19\cm.
6-23271f

HG1813.U5D3

616 Del Mar, Alexander. The history of money in America from
the earliest times to the establishment of the Constitution.
New York, The Cambridge encyclopedia co., 1899. xxiv,
121 p. 23cm.




Bibliography: p. xi-xxiv.
Mar. 8, 1900-14

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617

97

Dewey, Davis Rich. Financial history of the United States.
4th ed.
New York, London [etc.], Longmans, Green, and co., 1912.
xxxvii p., 1 I., 544 V- xv™ charts. 20\cm. {American
citizen series, ed. by A. B. Hart.)
" Suggestions for students, teachers, and readers:" p . i x - x x i x .
" References" at beginning of chapters.
13-2878
HJ241.D4 1012

618

Dodd, Agnes F. History of money in the British empire & the
United States.
London, New York [etc.], Longmans, Green, and co., 1911.
xiv p., 1 I, 856 p. 20\cm.
" L i s t of authorities": p . 346-347.
11-24834

619

Douglass, William. A discourse concerning the currencies of
the British plantations in America, &c. Ed. by Charles J.
Bullock.
New York, Pub. for the American economic association by the
Macmillan company; London, S. Sonnenschein & co.,
1897. 8 p. I, [265]-875 p. 20\™. {American economic
association. Economic studies, v. 2, no. 5.) HG506.D7
4-416

620

HG035.D7

HBl.A55,v.2

Dunbar, Charles Franklin. Economic essays, ed. by O. M. W.
Sprague, with an introduction [biographical sketch] by
F. W. Taussig.
New York, London, The Macmillan company, 1904- xv^h
872 p. 28\™.
CONTENTS.—Economic science in America, 1776-1876.—The reaction in political economy.—The academic study of political
economy.—Ricardo's use of facts.—Some precedents followed b y
Alexander Hamilton.—The direct tax of 1861.—The new income
tax.—Early banking schemes in England.—The bank of Venice.—
Accounts of the first bank of the United States.—Deposits as currency.—The bank-note question.—The safety of the legal tender
paper.—The national banking system.—Can we keep a gold currency?—The crisis of 1857.—The crisis of I860.—State banks in
1860.—The establishment of the national banking system.—
The circulation of the national banks, 1865-1900.
4-33094
HG153.D9

621

comp. Laws of the United States relating to currency,
finance, and banking from 1789 to 1896. Rev. ed.
Boston, Ginn and company, 1897. iv p., 1 I., [7]~310 p.
24cm.




6-25201-2t

HG481.D9

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622 Eliason, Adolph Oscar. The rise of commercial banking institutions in the United States.
Minneapolis, [The University press of Minnesota], 1901.
69 p. 25cm.
''Bibliography": p. 66-69.
2-9004

HG2461.E5

622a The Financial graphic.
New York, The Financial graphic co.
A graphic presentation of financial conditions, issued currently on
sheets.

623 The Financial review. Finance, commerce, railroads.
New York, W. B. Dana & co. [etc.] 1913. 32cm. annual.
Nov. 8, 1900-67

HG4905.F6

624 Fiske, Amos Kidder. The modern bank; a description of its
functions and methods and a brief account of the development and present systems of banking.
New York, D. Appleton and company, 190^. xii, 81^.8 p.
front., illus., fold, chart, forms. 20cm. {Appleton1 s business series.)
4-3601

HG1601.P6

625 Forgan, James B. The efficacy and the limitations of bank
supervision by examination and the responsible source
of bank management.
(In American bankers' association. Proceedings, 1909. p. 270-286.)
HG1507.A5 1909

626 Frame, Andrew J. Branch banking and asset currency.
Bankers' magazine, Dec. 1901, v. 63: 1017-1023.
Includes a discussion of the central bank question, and panics.
HG1501.B3,v.63

627

Gage, Lyman J. The relation of the United States Treasury to
general finance.
American economic association quarterly, Apr. 1908, 3d ser.,
v. 9: 212-217.
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628 Gallatin, Albert i. e. Abraham Albert Alphonse. The writings
of Albert Gallatin. Ed. by Henry Adams.
Philadelphia [etc.], J. B. Lippindott & co., 1879. 3 v. fold.
tables. 25cm.




CONTENTS include—I. Letters, etc., 1788-1816.—II. Letters, etc.,
1816-1848.—III. Speech . . . in the House of representatives of
the General assembly of Pennsylvania, <January 5, 1795>. A
sketch of the finances of the United States. 1796. Considerations
on the currency and banking system of the United States. 1831.
Suggestions on the banks and currency of the several United
States, in reference principally to the suspension of specie payments. 1841.
9-4592
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629

Gardin, John E . America's only free market for gold.
Rand-McNolly hankers1 monthly, May, 1911, v. 28 [v. 4®V
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630

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Gouge, William M. A short history of paper-money and banking
in the United States. Including an account of provincial
and continental paper-money. To which is prefixed, An inquiry into the principles of the system. 2d ed.
New-York, B. & S. Collins, 1885. vi, [7]~42, [2], [5]-64 p.
28cm
Library of Congress has also 1833 ed.
6-25196t

634

HG2461.G4

Gordon, Armistead Churchill. Congressional currency; an
outline of the federal money system.
New York [etc.], G. P. Putnam's sons, 1895. ix, 284 P20cm.
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8-26374

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Gilbart, James William. The history of banking in America:
with an inquiry how far the banking institutions of
America are adapted to this country; and a review of the
causes of the recent pressure on the money market.
London, Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, & Longman,
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H a m i l t o n , Alexander. The works of Alexander Hamilton,
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New York and London, G. P. Putnam's sons, 1904. 1® Vfronts., port.
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National bank, Public credit.
4-19021
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635

H e l m & H e l m . Suggestions as to the value and practicability
of uniform tax on banking and trust company capital,
with a review of the statutes and customs of assessing in
the several states. Helm & Helm, general counsel Kentucky bankers association.
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82 p.
23icm.

636

Hepburn, Alonzo Barton. History of coinage and currency
in the United States and the perennial contest for sound
money.
New York, London, The Macmilian company, 1908. xiv,
666 p.
21icm.

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637 Hollander, Jacob Harry. Bank loans and stock exchange
speculation.
Washington, [Govt print off.], 1911. 27 p. 23\cm. ([ U.S.]
61st Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Doc. 589.)
At head of title: National monetary commission.
11-35928

HG1813.TT5H6

638 Hotchkiss, Willard Eugene. The judicial work of the comptroller of the Treasury as compared with similar functions
in the governments of France and Germany; a study in
administrative law.
Ithaca, N. Y., Cornell university, 1911. xiii, 164 V- 20cm.
(Cornell studies in history and political science, issued by
the President White school, Cornell university, vol. m.)
Bibliography: p. 143-146.
11-21917

HJ265.H7

639 Hovey, Carl. The life story of J. Pierpont Morgan; a biography.
New York, Sturgis dk Walton company, 1911. 7 p. I.,
S-352p. front, plates, ports. 21\cm.
12-1311

E664.M78H8

639a Investment bankers' association of America.
ceedings.
Chicago, 1912. 1 v. ittus. (ports.) 28$™.
13-8098

Pro-

HG4505.I6

640 Jacobs, Lawrence Merton. Bank acceptances.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1910. 20 p. 23\™.
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At head of title: . . . National monetary commission.
10-35943
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641 Jefferson, Thomas. The writings of Thomas Jefferson: being
his autobiography, correspondence, reports, messages,
addresses, and other writings, official and private. Pub.
by the order of the Joint committee of Congress on the
library, from the original manuscripts, deposited jn the
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editor, H. A. Washington.
Washington, Taylor & Maury, 1853-54. 9 v. front, (port.)
4 fold, facsims.
23\cm.




Consult index under Banks, Bank, U. S., Coinage, Finance, Money.
6-7150
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641a Jefferson, Thomas.
The writings of Thomas Jefferson.
Definitive ed. Andrew A. Lipscomb, editor-in-chief;
Albert Ellery Bergh, managing ed.
Washington, D. C, Issued under the auspices of the Thomas
Jefferson memorial association of the United States. 20 v.
in 10. fronts., plates, ports., facsims. (partly fold.)
22\cm.
Consult index under Bank of the U. S., Banks, Coinage, Money,
Paper money and U. S. Treasury.
8-30595
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642

J o h n s o n , Joseph French. A discussion of the interrogatories
of the Monetary commission of the Indianapolis convention. With supplementary suggestions by R. P . Falkner,
H. R. Seager, and S. M. Lindsay.
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32 p. 25\cm.
(Publications of the University of Pennsylvania.
New series, no. 3. Political economy and public
law. no. 13.)
5-10458

643

HG491.1898.D2J6
H31 .P4,n.s.no.3

Kemmerer, Edwin Walter. Seasonal variations in the New
York money market.
American economic review, March, 1911, v. 1: 33-49.
HBl.E26,v.l

644

Seasonal variations in the relative demand for money
and capital in the United States; a statistical study.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1910. 517 p. inch tables, diagrs.
29 x 23cm.
([U. S.] 61st Cong., 2d. sess. Senate. Doc.
588.)
At head of title: ... National monetary commission.
"List of books and articles cited in report": p. 232.
11-35145

645

8-3255

64g

HG538.K3

Knox, John Jay. A history of banking in the United States,
by the late John Jay Knox . . . assisted by a corps of
financial writers in the various states; the entire work
revised and brought up to date by Bradford Rhodes and
Elmer H. Youngman.
New York, B. Bhodes cfc company, 1903. 2 p. I., [iii]—xxii,
880 p. inch tables, front., ports.
25cm.
HG2461.K62

United States notes; a history of the various issues
of paper money by the government of the United States,
with an appendix containing the recent decision of the
Supreme court of the United States and the dissenting
opinion upon the legal tender question. 3d ed. rev.
New York, C. Scribnerfs sons, 1899. xii, 24-7 p.
19cm.




4-3827/3

HG601.K75

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647 Laughlin, James Laurence. Industrial America; Berlin lectures of 1906.
New York, C. Scribner's sons, 1906. viii p., 2 I., 261 p.
maps (1 double) diagrs. (1 fold.)
21\cm.
Chap. vi. The banking problem.
6-37187

648

HC106.L3

Latter-day problems.
New York, C. Scribner's sons, 1909. xi, S02 p.
20cm.

diagrs.

Contains chapters on Guaranty of bank deposits; The depositor and
the bank; Government vs. bank issues.
9-28275
HN64.L34

649 Lmderman, Henry Richard. Money and legal tender in the
United States.
New York, G. P. Putnam's sons, 1878. x, 173 p. 19cm.
6-16852

HG501.L6

650 Lownhaupt, Frederick. Investment bonds, their issue and
their place in finance; a book for students, investors, and
practical financiers.
New York and London, G. P. Putnam's sons, 1908. x p.,
1 I, 258 p. 22cm.
8-36725

HG4651.L87

651 MePherson, Logan Grant. The monetary and banking
problem.
New York, D. Appleton and company, 1896. iv p., 1 I.,
185 p. 18cm.
6-22221f

H&529.M17

652 The Manual of statistics; stock exchange hand-book.
New York, [1912]. 20\™. annual.
May 23, 1901-66

1912.

HG4905.M3

653 Marcuse, Paul. Betrachtungen iiber das Notenbankwesen in
den Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika.
Berlin, C. Heymann, 1907. 2 p. I, 166 p. diagrs. 28\ x
15\cm.
7^510

HG1866.M2

653a Martin, William McC. Modern banking and trust company
methods.
Banking law journal, Oct 1911-Apr. 1913, v. 28-30.
654 Meade, Edward Sherwood. The banking house as an aid to
investors.
Lippincott's magazine, Jan. 1912, v. 89: 166-160.




AP2.L55,v.89

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655

Mitchell, Wesley Clair. Gold, prices, and wages under the
greenback standard.
Berkeley, The University press, 1908. 3 p. I., ix-xv, 627 p.
incl. tables, xn fold, diagr. 27cm.
{University of
California publications in economics, vol. i, March 27,
1908.)
8-14358

655

H31.C2
HG604.M67

A history of the greenbacks, with special reference to
the economic consequences of their issue: 1862-65.
Chicago, The University of Chicago press, 1903. xvi, 577 p.
incl. tables, diagrs. 23cm.
(The decennial publications of
the University of Chicago. [2d series, vol. ix].)
3-22564

657

103

HG604.M68

Rates of interest and the prices of investment securities: 1890-1909.
Journal of political economy, Apr. 1911, v. 19: 269-308.
HBl.J7,v.l9

658

Monetary convention. 1st, Indianapolis, 1897. Report of
Monetary commission to Executive committee of the Indianapolis monetary convention of the boards of trade,
chambers of commerce, commercial clubs, and other similar commercial bodies of the United States, recommending
a complete currency system.
[Indianapolis?] 1897. 32 p.
23cm.
6-8111t

659

2d, Indianapolis, 1898. Report of the Monetary commission of the Indianapolis convention of boards of trade,
chambers of commerce, commercial clubs, and other similar bodies of the United States.
[Chicago], The University of Chicago press, 1898. 1 p. I.,
xiii, 608 p. incl. tables, xin diagr. (partly fold.)
24cm.
6-17042

660

HG491.1898.A3

Indianapolis.
Executive committee. Our paper currency. The need for making it responsive to the varying
needs of business at all seasons and in all sections.
[Indianapolis? 1901.] cover-title, 19 p.
23\cm.
6-27519f

661

HG491.1897.A3

HG593.M74

Moody's manual of railroads and corporation securities. 1912.
New York, The 0. C Lewis company, 1912. 23%cm.
annual.




1-24569

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662 Muhleman, Maurice L. Financial history of the United
States from the beginning of the government.
Banking law journal, Jan-May,1913, v. 30: 71-78; 159-166;
243-^49; 334-342; 451-456.
663

Monetary and banking systems; a comprehensive
account of the systems of the United States, with complete statistical information and brief accounts of the
systems of other nations, also abstracts of plans for currency reform in the United States.
New York city, Monetary publishing co., 1908. 3 p. I., 218
p. incl. tables. 21\cm.
A revision of the author's Monetary systems, published in 1897. c/.
Pref.
8-19242
HG259.M94

664 Murray, Lawrence O. Co-operation as a factor in eflFective
bank supervision, an address delivered at the ninth
annual convention of the National association of supervisors of state banks, held in Washington, D. C, September 12th, 13th and 14th, 1910.
[New York], The National city bank of New York, 1910.
32 p. 20cm.
10-22850

665

A decade of banking progress.
Editorial review, Jan. 1912, v. 6: 7-13.

HG2481.M85

AP2.E26,v.6

666 Norton, John Pease. Statistical studies in the New York
money market, preceded by a brief analysis under the
theory of money and credit, with statistical tables,
diagrams and folding chart.
New York, For the Department of the social sciences, Yale
university, by the Macmillan company, 1902. 1 p. I., vip.,
1 I., 108 p. diagr., fold, chart. 24cm- (Yale university.
Department of the social sciences. Publications.)
2-16120

HG229.N88

667 Phillips, Henry, jr. Historical sketches of the paper currency
of the American colonies, prior to the adoption of the
Federal constitution.
Boxbury, Mass., W. E. Woodward, 1865-66, 2 v. 21\ x 18cm.
CONTENTS.—1st ser. Pennsylvania. New Jersey. Rhode Island.
By Elisha R. Potter. Virginia. Vermont.—2d ser. Continental
paper money.
6-17759f
HG515.P5

668 Poor's manual of industrials. 1912.
New York, Poor1 srailroasLmanual co., c1912. 23cm.




10-12768

annual.

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669

Prager, Max. Die Reichsbankidee in den Vereinigten Staaten
von Amerika.
Berlin, L. Simion Nf, 1903. 64 p. 24cm.
(Volkswirthschaftliche Zeitfragen, Vortrage und Abhandlungen, hrsg.
von der Volkswirthschaftlichen
Oesellschaft in Berlin.
Hft. 198/99.)
4-30385

670

HG2525.P8

Pratt, Sereno Stansbury. The work of Wall street.
New York, D. Appleton and company, 1908. xvii, 286 p.
front., illus., forms.
20cm. [Appletons1 business series.]
3-1354

671

105

HG4572.P9

The Rand-McNally bankers' directory and list of attorneys
"blue book." Jan. 1913.
Chicago [etc.] Band, McNatty <& co. [1913]. 28cm.
semiannual.
Sept. 14, 99-114

HG2441.R3

672

Sherwood, T. C. Bank note circulation. .
Michigan political science association. Publications,
May,
1893, v. 1: 57-65.
H3l.M6,v.l

673

Sprague, O. M. W. Branch banking in the United States.
Quarterly journal of economics, Feb. 1903, v. 17: 242-260.
HBl.Q3,v.l7

674

S u m n e r , William Graham. A history of American currency,
with chapters on the English bank restriction and Austrian
paper money. To which is appended " T h e bullion
report."
New York, H. Holt and company, 1874^ iv, 891 p. 2 fold,
diagr.
20cm.
6-14842

675

HG501.S8

Tiffany, Francis Buchanan. Handbook of the law of banks
and banking.
St. Paul, Minn., West publishing co., 1912. xi, 669 p.
23\cm.
(The hornbook series, v. 36.)
12-22264

676

U. S.

Bureau of statistics (Treasury dept).
Gold, silver, and
currency 1861-1896.
Washington, Gov't print off., 1896. 16 p. incl. tables. 3
diagrs. (1 fold.) 29\ x 23cm.




Worthington C. Ford, chief of Bureau.
7-42619

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U . S . Bureau of statistics {Treasury dept.). National, state,
private, and savings banks; bonds, paper currency, and
coin; production and value of precious metals; coinage,
etc., 1789-1898.
[Washington, Gov't print, off., 1898.] Hi, 206-381 p. tab.,
diagr.
29cm.
From the Summary of commerce and finance for July, 1898.
2-673
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678

The United States notes. 1878-1897. < F r o m
Summary of finance and commerce for December, 1897. >
[Washington, Gov't print, off., 1898?] Hi, 946-971 p. incl
tables, fold, col diagr. 29 x 23cm.
Worthington C. Ford, chief of Bureau.
7-42620

679

HG591.A4

Comptroller of the currency. Annual report. [lst]50th. 1863-1912.
Washington, Gov't print, off., 1863-1913. 68 v. 2Scm.




I n addition to the usual features, the Comptroller's reports contain
others of a special character, among which the following may b e
noted:
1875 (John Jay Knox), Historical account of the national banking
system. 1876 (John Jay Knox), Bank of North America, First and
Second Banks of the United States, and state banking. 1878
(John Jay Knox), National banking system. 1879 (John Jay
Knox), The national banks and the refunding of the public debt.
1880 (John Jay Knox), The banks since resumption. 1881 (John
J a y Knox), Substitutes for money. 1884 (H. W. Cannon), T h e
financial crisis of May, 1884; Extension of the corporate existence
of national banks, and history of act of July 12, 1882. 1885 (H. W.
Cannon), Bank-note issues of other countries. 1890 (E. S. Lacey),
Substitutes for money. 1891 (E. S. Lacey), Monetary stringency of
1890. 1892 (A. B . Hepburn), Substitutes for money. 1894 (James
H . Eckels), The use of credit instruments in retail transactions,
Investigation by Dr. David Kinley. 1895 (James H . Eckels),
Foreign banking systems; State banking systems. 1896 (James
H . Eckels), Money supply; Monetary systems; Banks and their deposits, 1863 to 1896; State banking; Use of credit instruments,
results of Dr. Kinley's investigation; Foreign banking systems;
State banking systems. 1897 (James H . Eckels), Women shareholders and employees in banks; Postal savings banks. 1898
(Charles G. Dawes), Currency reform; Branch banking; European
banking laws and regulations. 1899 (Charles G. Dawes), Banknote currency; Loan and deposit accounts, 1889, 1894, and 1899;
Extracts from report of Edward W. Harden, on banking in Philippines, Cuba, Porto Rico, and Hawaii. 1900 (Charles G. Dawes),
Correspondence relative to banking and currency in the Philippines, Porto Rico, and Hawaii. 1901 (William B . Ridgely), Savings banks of the world; Principal foreign banks of issue. 1902
(William B. Ridgely), Growth of banking in the United States
Bince 1882; Branch banks; Branches of state banks; Bond and
asset secured bank circulation. 1903 (William B . Ridgely),

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Growth of savings banks 1820 to 1903. 1904 (William B . Ridgely),
Foreign savings banks—bulletin prepared in the Bureau of Statistics b y M. L. Jacobson; History of savings banks; Banking in
Central and South America; Banks and banking in Japan; Debts,
etc., of the Republics of South and Central America and the West
India Islands. 1906 (William B . Ridgely), Currency reform.
1907 (William B . Ridgely), The crisis of 1907; Central bank of
issue and reserve. 1908 (Lawrence 0 . Murray), Growth of bank-'
ing in the United States, 1784-1908; Oklahoma deposit guaranty
law; National bank legislation, 1908. 1909 (Lawrence 0 . Murray),
Postal savings banks; Bank depositors guaranty laws. 1910 (Lawrence O. Murray), National currency associations; Average rate of
interest charged on loans and average rate paid to depositors by
reporting state banks June 30, 1910, by states. 1911 (Lawrence
O. Murray), Savings depositors and deposits in national banks;
Savings departments of national banks and real estate loans;
Amendments to the national-bank act suggested. 1912 (Lawrence
O. Murray), Productivity of loans and bond investments; Change
in design and size of notes; Expenses of the banks incident to
the issue of circulation and expenses of the currency bureau.
9--34ri83f
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680

TJ. S.

Comptroller of the currency. Information respecting
national banks, state banks, savings banks, loan and
trust companies, and private banks of the United States,
compiled from reports of the comptroller of the currency.
September 10, 1896.
Washington, Gov't print, off,, 1896, 71 p. 23cm,
{V, S,
Treasury dept. Circular 136,)
8-20320

681

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1896

Congress. House, Committee on hanking and currency. Hearings before the Committee . . . Fifty-third
Congress, third session. 1894.
Washington, Gov't, print, off., 1894. 371 p,
23cm.
HG2401.A3

682

Hearings before the Committee . . .
Fifty-third Congress, first [and second] session[s] 1893[94].
Washington, Govt, print, off,, 1893-94, 462 p.f 1 I, 463-549
p,
22\cm.
1-6521

683

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Hearings and arguments . . . 54th
Cong., 1st and 2d sess. 1896-97.
Washington, Gov't print, off,, 1897, 607 p, fold, sheets,




l

.

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684 TJ. S.

Congress. House. Committee on hanking and currency.
Hearings and arguments . . . on proposed changes in the
currency system of the United States. Prepared for publication and indexed by Frank Roe Batchelder. 55th
Cong., 2d sess. 1897-98.
Washington, Gov't print, off., 1898. 486 p. 22\cm.
HG2401.A3

685 —

Hearings and reports . . . relating to
proposed changes in the currency system of the United
States. Prepared for publication by Frank Roe Batchelder, 55th Cong., 3d sess. 1898-99.
Washington, Gov't print, off., 1899. 295 p. 28cm.
Contains the text of the report of the special subcommittee on the bill
drafted b y it; the bill, which was presented b y Mr. McCleary,
and the Committee report on the same; the bill presented b y
Mr. Walker; and the views of the minority of the committee on
the bill presented by Mr. McCleary. The majority and minority
views form House report no. 1575, pts. 1 and 2, 55th Cong., 2d
sess.
HG2401.A3

686

Hearings and arguments . . • 56th
Cong., 2d sess. 1901.
Washington, Gov't print, off., 1901. 117 p. 28cm.
HG2401.A3

687

Strengthening the public credit, etc.
. . . Report. <To accompany H. R. 10289. >
[Washington, Govt, print, off., 1898.} 88,125p. 28™. (55th
• Cong., 2d sess. House. Rept. 1575.)
Submitted b y Mr. McCleary. Ordered printed June 15, 1898.
P t . 2, " T o secure to the people a sound currency . . . Views of
the minority,'' submitted b y Mr. Walker. Ordered printed
J u n e 23, 1898.
HG529.A35
1898
13-3613
3722

688

> To secure to the people a sound currency. Views of the minority. June 23, 1898.
[Washington, Govt, print, off., 1898.] 124 V- ®$cm- ($60,
Cong., 2d sess. House. Rept. 1575, pt. 2.)
Signed b y J. H . Walker.

689

3722

Report, together with hearings thereof,
on bill H. R. 8149, fifty-third Congress, third session.
1894.
Washington, Gov't print, off., 1894- 1 p. I, 871 p. 28™.
(U. S. 58d Cong., 3d sess. House. Rept. no. 1508.)




1-2900

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690

U. S.

Congress. House. Committee on hanlcing and currency.
H. R. 12677. Report on a bill to establish a simple and
scientific monetary system, founded upon gold, guaranteed
bank notes, and silver, with uniform banking and bank
reserves in gold coin or its equivalent; to guarantee all
deposits and note issues, and to fix certain rules and regulations whereby the financial operations of the government shall cease to be a disturbing factor in our trade
and commerce.
Washington, GovH print off., 1908. 154, 6, 5, 9 p. diagrs.
(partly fold.) 2Scm. (60th Cong., 1st sess. House. Rept.
1126.)
C. N. Fowler, chairman.
Views of the minority (pts. 2-4) submitted, respectively by Mr.
Lewis, Mr. Burton, and Mr. McKinney.
Running title: Scientific banking system.
8-35197
HG538.A3 1908

691

Senate. Committee on finance. Proposed financial
legislation. Statements of Hon. Franklin MacVeagh,
secretary of the Treasury, and Hon. A. Piatt Andrew,
assistant secretary of the Treasury, before the Committee
on finance, United States Senate. Thursday, January 26,
1911.
Washington, Govt, print off., 1911. 16 p.
28cm.
11-35192

592

1011

Statistics on banking and currency . . .
in the United States and other countries, comp. for the
Senate committee on finance in connection with Senate
bill 3023, to amend the national banking laws.
[Washington, GovH print off., 1908.] 18 p. 25%cm. (60th
Cong., 1st sess. Senate. Doc. 243.)
8-35126

693

HJ257.A4

HG546.A4

1908

Immigration commission, 1907'-1910. Immigrant banks.
Washington, Govt, print off., 1910. 167 p. 23cm.
(61st
Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Doc. 381.)
W. P. Dillingham, chairman.
Prepared by W. K. Ramsey, jr., special agent of the Commission,
under direction of W. Jett Lauck, superintendent of agents.
10-35994
HG2002.A5 1910

694

Laws, statutes, etc. A compilation of the principal
laws of the United States relating to loans and the
currency.
Washington, Govt print off., 1909. 96 p.
24cm.




9-35201

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1909

110
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IT. S. Laws, statutes, etc. Laws of the United States concerning money, banking, and loans, 1778-1909; comp. by A.
T. Huntington and Robert J. Mawhinney; [with Table of
contents].
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1910. v, 267 p., 1 l, 269-812,
xxii p. 23cm.
(61st Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Doc. 580.)
At head of title: . . . National monetary commission.
4
'Table of contents" has special t.-p.
10-36032
HG481.A2

696

Laws of the United States relating to loans,
paper money, banking and coinage, 1790-1895.
Washington, Gov't print, off., 1896. 4 v. 23cm.
(53d
Cong., 3d sess. Senate. Rept.831.)
HG481.A2 1896
Washington, Gov't print, off., 1896. 1 p. I., xxviii,
602 p. 23cm.
(53d Cong., 3d sess. Senate. Rept. 381.)
6-24079-80

697

HG481.A2

1896a

Monetary commission, 1876. Report and accompanying documents of the United States monetary commission, organized under joint resolution of August 15, 1876.
Washington, Gov't print, off., 1877-79. 2 v. tables.
23\™.
(44th Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Report no. 703.)
Signed by John P. Jones and others.
6-30423f

698

HG556.TJ7
1738,1739

National monetary commission. Report to the National monetary commission on the fiscal systems of the
United States, England, France, and Germany.
Washington, Govt, print, off, 1909. 86 p. 23%™.
By Joseph O. Manson, of the Treasury department.
9-35349
HJ197.XJ6

699

•

1909

Special report from the banks of the United
States, April 28, 1909.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1909. 65 p. incl. tables (partly
fold.) 29icm.
(61st Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Doc. 225.)
Supplement. [Additional tables.]
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1910. 1 p. I., 67-90 p. incl.
tables (partly fold.) 29%°™. (61st Cong., 2d sess. Senate.
Doc. 225, pt. 2.)
9-35022

700

1910

HG2406.A5

1909

Statistics for the United States, 1867-1909.
Comp. by A. Piatt Andrew.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1910. 282 p. (partly fold.)
29°m. (61st Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Doc. 570.)




CONTENTS.—pt. i. General statistics illustrating the growth of population, wealth, business, and commerce, 1867-1909.—pt. n. Statistics of banks and banking in the United State3.—pt. in. Statia-

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tics of money, gold supply, foreign and domestic cash movements,
and rates of foreign and domestic exchange.—pt. iv. Statistics
of the United States Treasury, including government receipts and
expenditures . . . e t c .
10-36024
HG546.A4 1909

701

TJ. S.

Register of the Treasury. History of the currency of
the country and of the loans of the United States from
the earliest period to June 30, 1900. Prepared by William F . De Knight . . . under the direction of J. F .
Tillman. [2d ed., with Appendix, prepared under the
direction of Judson W. Lyons.]
Washington, Gov't print, off., 1900. 277 p. 31cm.
2-1615/5

702

—

703

—

HG501.A3

1900

Treasurer. Annual report of the treasurer of the
United States.
Washington, Gov't print, off., 1867-1912. 47 v. in 30. 23%™.
8-9968

HJ10.R2

Treasury dept. Annual report of the secretary of the
Treasury on the state of the finances. [With accompanying documents.]
Washington, 1837-1912. 94 v. in 77. tables (partly fold.)
23cm.
Keports for 1801-1828 were reprinted in 2 v. with the reports of
Alexander Hamilton, on public credit, on a national bank, on
manufactures, and on the establishment of a mint, prefixed.
Washington, Printed by D. Green, 1828-29.
Reports for 1801-1828 were again reprinted, together with those for
1829-1849, in 7 v. Washington, Printed by Blair & Rives, 1837-51.
8-32556
HJ10.A3

704

Letter from the secretary of the treasury . . .
relative to banking statistics of state banks, banking institutions, savings banks and national banks, etc., from
the periods of 1830 and 1863, respectively.
[Washington, 1893.] 119 p. 23cm.
(U. 8. 52d Cong.,
2d sess. Senate. Ex. doc. 38, pt. 1.)
1-9292—M 1

705

Division of loans and currency. Information
respecting money in circulation. July 1, 1910.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1910. 15 p. 24%™.
10-35023

706

HG2493.A5

HG546.A4

1910

Information respecting United States
bonds, paper currency, coin, production of precious
metals, etc. July 1, 1910.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1910. 99 p. incl. tables. 23cm.
(Circular no. 52.)
10-35022
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707 Upton, Jacob Kendrick. Money in politics. With an introduction by Edward Atkinson. [2d ed.]
Boston, D. Lothrop company, 1895. xxii, 292 p. 19™.
6-12464-5f

HG501.TT8

708 Watson, David Kemper. History of American coinage.
2d ed. rev. and enl.
New York cfe London, G. P. Putnam's sons, 1899. xzi,
SOI p. 20\™.
July 6, 99-72/3

HG501.W32

709 Webster, Pelatiah. Political essays on the nature and operation of money, public finances, and other subjects: pub.
during the American war, and continued up to the present
year, 1791.
Philadelphia, Printed and sold by J. Grukshank, 1791. viii,
504 p. 20™.
8-9395f

HJ247.W5

710 White, Horace. Money and banking, illustrated by American history. Revised and continued to the year 1911.
4th ed.
Boston, New York [etc.], Ginn and company, [c1911], xiv,
491 p. col. front, diagrs. 20™.
Bibliography: p. 481-185.
12-S21

711

National and state banks.
Sound currency, Dec. 1, 1894, v- ®: 1-16*

HG221.W63

HG529.A3,v.2

712 Youngman, Elmer Haskell. Credit currency.
New York, Bankers publishing company, 1907. 85 p.
14\ x 12cm. {Bankers handy series, in.)
8-6618

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PUBLIC FINANCE: UNITED STATES
713 Adams, Henry Carter. Public debts; an essay in the science
of finance.
New York, D. Appleton and company, 1898. xi, 407 p.
CONTENTS.—Public borrowing as a financial policy.—National deficit
financiering.—Local deficit financiering.
2-19698/2
HJ8015.A23

714

The science of finance; an investigation of public
expenditures and public revenues.
New York, H. Holt and company, 1899. xiii, 573 p. incl.
diagr. 22%cm. {American science series. Advanced
course.)




Oct. 12, 98-3/2

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113

715 Bourne, Edward Gaylord. The history of the surplus revenue
of 1837; being an account of its origin, its distribution
among the states, and the uses to which it was applied.
New York & London, G. P. Putnam's sons, 1885. viii,
161 p. 20cm. (Questions of the day. 24.)
" Bibliographical index:" p. 151-161
8-26373

HJ249.B76

716 Bullock, Charles Jesse, ed. Selected readings in public finance,
Boston, New York [etc.], Ginn & company, [c1906]. 2 p. l.f
iii-viii, 671 p. fold, diagr. 21%™. (Selections and documents in economics, ed. by William Z. Ripley.)
6-6286

HJ145.B9

717 Elliott, Jonathan. The funding system of the United States
and of Great Britain, with some tabular facts of other
nations touching the same subject.
Washington, Blair and Rives, printers, 1845. xxiv, 1299 p.
28™. (28th Gong., 1st sess. House. Doc. no. 15.)
9-3960

HJ8102.E4

718 Gallatin, Albert i. e. Abraham Albert Alphonse. Views of the
public debt, receipts, & expenditures of the United States.
2d ed.
Philadelphia, Printed by M. Carey, 1801. 72, [5] p. 20cm.
9-1507

HJ8106.G2

719 Hirst, Francis Wrigley. The credit of nations; and The trade
balance of the United States, by George Paish.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1910. iv, 218 p. tables (1
fold.) 28\™. ([17. 8.] 61st Cong., 2d sess. Senate.
Doc. 579.)
At head of title: ... National monetary commission.
CONTENTS.—The credit of nations. Introduction [a comparative
study of recent developments in Europe and the United States]
The debt and credit of Great Britain. The debt and credit of
Germany. The debt and credit of France. The debt and credit
of the United States. The trade balance of the United States.
HJ8015.H6
10-36110
HF3029.H6

720 Noyes, Alexander Dana. Forty years of American finance; a
short financial history of the government and people of
the United States since the civil war, 1865-1907. Being
the 2d and extended ed. of " Thirty years of American
finance.''
•
New York and London, G. P. Putnam's sons, 1909. v,
xi-xxiii, 418 p. 20\cm.




"List of authorities referred to in this book:" p. xxi-xxiii.
9-13622
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721 Plehn, Carl Copping. Introduction to public finance. 3d ed.,
completely rev. and enl.
New York, The Macmillan company, 1909. xv, 480 p. incl.
tables, diagr. 19\cm.
11
Brief bibliography for supplementary reading:" p. 466-468.
9-26310
HJ145.P52

721a

Das Kreditwesen der Staaten und Stadte der Nordamerikanischen Union in seiner historischen Entwickelung:
Jena, G. Fischer, 1891. 3 p. I., 98, [1] p. 2Scm. (StaatswissenschaftLiche Studien. 4- Bd>f 1> Tljt.)
"Uebersicht der Quellen und Litteratur": p. 1-7.
l-G-511
HB41.S8,v.4,no.l

722 Richardson, William Adams. Practical information concerning the public debt of the United States, with the
national banking laws. For banks, bankers, brokers,
bank directors, and investors.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1872. 186 p. fold. tab. 23\™.
6-11436

HJ8112.B5

723 Richmond, John Wilkes. Rhode Island repudiation; or, The
history of the revolutionary debt of Rhode Island. 2d ed.
Providence, Sayles, Miller cfc Simons, printers, 1855. 1 p. I.,
8,[iii]-xvi, 208 p. fold, forms. 23\cm.
8-34386

j

HJ8447.R4

724 Scott, William Amasa. The repudiation of state debts; a
study in the financial history of Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Louisiana, Arkansas, Tennessee, Minnesota, Michigan, and
Virginia.
New York, Boston, T. Y. Crowell cfc co., [1893]. x, 325 p.
19$cm. (Library of economics and politics, R. • T. Ely ...
ed. no. 2.)
9-33908f

HJ8224.S4

725 tJ. S. Bureau of statistics (Treasury dept.) Public debt of
the United States. 1791-1896. <From Summary of
finance and commerce for February, 1897. >
[Washington, Gov't print, off., 1897.] 1 p. I.,. 1457-1464 p.
incl. tables, col. diagr. 29\ x 23cm.




Worthington C. Ford, chief of Bureau.
8-5981

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1897

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726

U. S. Bureau of the census. Wealth, debt, and taxation.
Washington, Gov't print, off., 1907. xi, 1234 V- ind* maps,
tables, diagrs. 30cm.
" Prepared under the supervision of Mr. Le Grand Powers, chief
statistician for agriculture."
CONTENTS.—Valuation of national wealth.—Public indebtedness.—
Taxation and revenue systems.—Governmental expenditures and
revenues.
HA201.1900.B2
7-35264
HJ8101.A3 1907

727

Register of the Treasury. History of the currency of
the country and of the loans of the United States from
the earliest period to June 30, 1900. Prepared by William F . De Knight under the direction of J. F . Tillman.
[2d ed., with Appendix, prepared under the direction of
Judson W. Lyons.]
Washington, Gov't print, off., 1900. 277 p. 31™.
2-1615/5

HG501.A3

1900

728

Treasury department
Letter from the Secretary of
the treasury [George S. Boutwell], transmitting a detailed
statement showing the payments on account our public
debt, including both principal and interest, from 1789 to
1836, inclusive. March 18, 1870.
[ Washington, Govt, print off., 1870.] 2p. 23cm. (41st Cong.,
2d sess. House ex. doc. 210.)
1418

729

Letter from the Secretary of the treasury
[J. G. Carlisle]. Each obligation of the Government since
March 4, 1789. March 5, 1896.
[Washington, Govt print off., 1896.] 42 p. 23cm.
(54th
Cong., 1st sess. Senate Doc. 154-)
3350

730

Loans. Communicated to the House of representatives, Feb. 7, 1792; Jan. 4, 11, Feb. 4, 13, 20, 1793.
These reports by Alexander Hamilton are printed in the American
state papers, Finance, v. 1, p. 180-186, 191-234.
00
Also printed in the Annals of Congress, 2d Cong., 1st and 2d sess.,
and in the edition of Hamilton's works, ed. by Henry Cabot Lodge,
New York, 1904.

736

The national loans of the United States, from
July 4, 1776, to June 30, 1880. By Rafael A. Bayley.
< As prepared for the tenth census of the United States. >
Washington, Gov't print off., 1881. 197 p. S0cm.




Published also in the 10th census reports [v. 7] Valuation and
taxation. Washington, 1884. p. 295-486.
7-7771-2
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737 U. S.

Treasury department. Public credit. Communicated
to the House of representatives, Jan. 14, Dec. 14, 1790;
Jan. 16, 21, 1795.
These reports b y Alexander Hamilton are printed in the American
state papers, Finance, v. 1, p . 15-37, 64-67, 320-347.
09
Also printed in Annals of Congress, and in the edition of Hamilton's
works, edited b y Henry Cabot Lodge, New York, 1904.

740

Public debt. Communicated to the House of
representatives, Dec. 3, 1792.
This report b y Alexander Hamilton is printed in the American state
papers, Finance, v. 1, p . 176-180.
09
Also printed in Annals of Congress, 2d Cong., 2d sess., and in the
edition of Hamilton's works, ed. b y Henry Cabot Lodge, New
York, 1904.

FIRST AND SECOND BANKS OF THE UNITED STATES
For an extended list see U. S. Library of Congress. Division of bibliography. A
list of works relating to the first and second banks of the United States. Comp.
under the direction of Appleton P . C. Griffin. (Item no. 11.)

741 Bank of the United States.




Condition at different periods.

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Statement, 1819. 16th Cong., 1st sess. House doc. no. 86; 23d
Cong., 1st sess., House doc. no. 51; American state papers, Finance,
vol. 3, p . 494-514. ( O i l )
State of the Bank, F e b . 25, May 27, and Nov. 29, 1819. 16th Cong.,
1st sess. House doc. 92. (36)
Returns, Dec. 7, 1820. 16th Cong., 2d sess. House ex. doc. no. 19;
American state papers, Finance, vol. 3, p . 567-570. ( O i l )
Transactions, 1821. 17th Cong., 1st sess. House ex. doc. no. 52;
American state papers, Finance, vol. 3, p . 701-711. ( O i l )
Affairs, Dec. 30, 1822, and Dec. 30, 1823. 18th Cong., 1st sess.
House ex. doc. no. 78; American state papers, Finance, vol. 4,
p . 476-481. ( 0 1 2 )
Transactions, 1824. 18th Cong., 2d sess. House ex. doc. no. 59;
American state papers, Finance, vol. 5, p . 183-219. ( 0 1 3 )
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9-35111

787a

HG2555.A5

1908

Dept. of justice. Data relating to national banks for
the use of Congress.
[Washington, Govt, print, off., 1912.] 7 p.
23\cm.
Letter to the President, signed: George W. Wickersham.
12-29952
HG2557.A4

788

Laws, statutes, etc. The national bank act, as amended
and other laws relating to national banks. Comp. under
the direction of the comptroller of the currency. 1908.
Washington, Gov't print, off, 1908. 161 p.
23cm.
8-35682

789

[

HG2547.A54

National monetary commission.] Notes on the proposed codification and revision of the National bank act.
Washington, [Govt, print, off., 1912.] 51 p.
23\™.
12-35401

790

12-35384

Govt, print,

off., 1912.

cover-title, 107
HG2547.A54

p.

1912a

Savings departments of national banks and
real estate loans. Summary of replies from bank officers
relating thereto.
Washington, [Govt, print, off., 1912.] 50 p.
23\™.
12-35402

792

1912

Proposed codification of the national banking laws.
Washington,
29\cm.

791

HG2547.A54

HG1922.A4

Suggested changes in the administrative
features of the national banking laws. Replies to circular
letter of inquiry of September 26, 1908, and hearings,
December 2 and 3, 1908.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1910. 374 P- %3™. (61st
Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Doc. Jfi4-)
At head of title . . . National monetary commission.
Nelson W. Aldrich, chairman.
Hearings were also issued separately in 1908.
10-35478
HG471.A4
°—13




9

1908b

128

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793 XJ. S.

Treasury dept. Refusal of national banks in New York
city to furnish currency for needs of interior banks.
Letter from the secretary of the Treasury, transmitting, in
response to a Senate resolution of February 18, 1908,
copies of all letters and telegrams received by the secretary and the treasurer relative to the refusal.
[Washington, Gov't print off., 1908.] 31 p. 23cm. (60th
Cong., 1st sess. Senate. Doc. 1^.35.)
8-35416

794

HG2555.A5

1908a

National banking associations placed in hands
of receivers since January 1, 1893, etc. Letter from the
secretary of the Treasury, transmitting, by direction of
the President, certain information called for by Senate
resolution no. 63.
[Washington, Gov't print, off., 1908.] 99 p. 23cm. (60th
Cong., 1st sess. Senate. Doc. 296.)
8-35188

796

1908

Information concerning national banks. Letter from the secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a
response to the resolution of the House making inquiry
as to number, capital, circulation, deposits, etc., of the
national banks.
[Washington, Govt, print, off., 1908.] 238 p. 23™. (60th
Cong., 1st sess. House. Doc. 714*)
9-9409f

795

HG2553.A4

HG2555.TJ5

Response of the secretary of the Treasury to
Senate resolutionno. 33 of December 12,1907,callingfor certain information in regard to Treasury operations, United
States depositaries, the condition of national banks, etc.
Washington, Gov't print, off., 1908. 232 p. 23cm. (60th
Cong., 1st sess. Senate. Doc. 208.)
George B. Cortelyou, secretary.
Concerning business conditions, March, Oct. and Nov. 1907; deposits
of public money in national banks; Panama canal bond issue; clearing house certificates, etc., etc.
8-35105
HG2481.A4 1908

797 Waldo, D. B. A sketch of the origin, establishment and
workings of the national banking system, with special
reference to issues.
Michigan political science association. Publications, May,
1893, v. 1: 23-39.
H3l.M6,v.l




STATE BANKS AND BANKING
798 Baker, Henry Felt. Banks and banking in the United States.
Boston, Ticknor, Reed, and Fields, 1853. 2 v. 28%™.
Vol. 2 has on t.-p.: "Part n: Relating to the states of Kentucky,
Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois," and is pub. by C. F. Bradley & co.,
Cincinnati.
6-37128f
HG2473.B2

799 Barnett, George Ernest. State banking in the United States
since the passage of the national bank act.
Baltimore, The Johns Hopkins press, 1902. 117 p. diagr.
24icm. (Johns Hopkins university studies in historical and
political science, series 20, nos. 2-3.)
2-13102

800

H31.J3

State banks and trust companies since the passage
of the National-bank act.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1911. 366 p. fold, tables,
fold, diagr. 23cm. ([U. 8.] 61st Cong., 3d sess. Senate.
Doc. 659.)
At head of title: National monetary commission.
11-35092

HG2581.B33

801 Blair, William Allen. A historical sketch of banking in North
Carolina.
New York, B. Rhodes cfe co., 1899. 21 p. 2J&™.
Reprinted from advance sheets of "A history of banking in the
United States/' by Jno. J. Knox, See item no. 645.
6-31788f
HG2611 .N8B6

802 Blocher, W. D. Arkansas finances. History of the real estate
and state banks: the Holford bonds—their history and
present condition. The funding bill of 1868—Railroad
aid, levee and Loughborough bonds. State scrip and
other indebtedness. Pub. in a series of articles in the
Little Rock Evening star.
Little Rock, The Evening star, 1876. 81 p. 2S\cm.
7-42151f

HJ311.B6

803 Boyd, W. R. jr. Texas' interest in a sound banking system.
What the National citizens' league is doing to promote a
reliable currency system.
Texas magazine, June, 1912, v. 6: 123-132.
F38l.T35,v.6
804 Boyle, James Ernest. The financial history of Kansas.
Madison, Wis., 1908. 178, ii p. incl. tables, diagrs. 23%™.
(Bulletin of the University of Wisconsin, no. 2J7. Economics and political science series, v., 5, no. 1.)




Bibliography: p. 174-178.
9-3518

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129

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sissippi.

The history of banking in Mis-

(In Mississippi historical society. Publications. Oxford, Miss.,
1900. 23 cm . v. 3, p. 317-340.)
F336.M75,v.3

806

Bryan, Alfred Cookman. History of state banking in Maryland.
Baltimore, The Johns Hopkins press, 1899. 144 V- ®4-cm(Johns Hopkins university studies in historical and political
science . . » 17th ser., I-III.)
Bibliography: p. 141-144.
4-8535

807

H31.J6

Chicago banker. Among the articles printed on state banking the following are noted:
v. 32, Feb. 3,1912: 7-9, 30, John E. Brady; Feb. 10,1912: 5-9, 28-29;
Feb. 17, 1912: 5-9, 25; Mar. 2, 1912: 5-7, B. L. Gill; May 4, 1912:
5-6, H. H. Pond (New Jersey); May 18, 1912: 5-9, 29, A. E.
Walker (Alabama); May 25, 1912: 8-11, G. W. Martin (Kansas).
HG1501.C5

808 *Cleaveland, John. The banking system of the state of New
York, with notes and references to adjudged cases. 2d
ed. By G. S. Hutchinson.
New York, John S. Voorhies, I864. 482 p. 23™.
809

Cooley, Thomas M. Federal taxation of state bank currency.
Michigan political science association. Publications, May,
1893, v. 1: 40-56.
H31.M6,v.l

810

State bank issues in Michigan. A retrospect of legislation.
Michigan political science association. Publications,
May,
1893, v.l: 4-22.
H3l.M6,v.l

811

Davis, Andrew McFarland. Currency and banking in the
province of the Massachusetts-Bay.
New York, Published for the American economic association
by the Macmillan company, [c1901]. 2 v. fronts, (v. 1,
diagr.) facsims. on 35 pi. 25cm.
(Publications of the
American economic association, 3d series, v. 1, no. 4l v. 2,
no. 2.)
6-19441

g!2

HB1.A5
HG513.M4D29

ed. Tracts relating to the currency of the Massachusetts
Bay, 1682-1720.
Boston and New York, Houghton, Mifflin and company, 1902.
x, 394 p.} 1 I. 18 facsim. (incl. front.)
22\™.




3-885

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813

131

Dewey, Davis Rich. State banking before the civil war, and
The safety fund banking system in New York, 1829-1866,
by Robert E. Chaddock.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1910. 1 p. I., 388 p. fold, map,
fold, diagr. 23cm.
([ U. S.] 61st Cong., 2d sess. Senate.
Doc. 581.)
At head of title: . . . National monetary commission.
Bibliographical foot-notes.
10-36029
HG2581.D5

814

Dolley, J. N. Reform of the currency and its relation to the
state banking institutions of the United States. Address
delivered November 21, 1911, before the National association of supervisors of state banks in convention assembled at New Orleans, La.
Topeka, Kans., 1911. cover-title, 23 p.
23cm.
11-33149

815

HG2481.D6

D o m e t t , Henry W. A history of the Bank of New York,
1784-1884; comp. from official records and other sources
at the request of directors.
New York, London, G. P. Putnam's sons, 1884- ziii p., 1 I.,
135, [1] p. 3 pi. iincl. front.) 13 port., 3 facsim.
24cm.
6-31803t

816

HG2613.N54B3

Douglas, Charles Henry James. The financial history of
Massachusetts, from the organization of the Massachusetts
Bay colony to the American revolution.
(In Columbia university. Faculty of political science. Studies in
history, economics and public law. 2d ed. New York, 1897.
22£CD\ vol. 1, no. 4, p . [251]-396.)
"Bibliography": p. 386-396.
4-1838
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817 *Duke, Basil W. History of the bank of Kentucky, 1792-1895.
Louisville, 1895. llfi p.
23cm.
818

Durrett, R. T.

Early banking in Kentucky.

(In ^Kentucky bankers' association.

819

p . 35-45.)

Esarey, Logan. State banking in Indiana, 1814-1873.
Indiana university studies, Apr. 15, 1912, no. 15: 217-305.
(Indiana university bulletin, v. 10, no. 2.)
Bibliography: 303-305.

820

Proceedings, 1892.

Felch, Alpheus.




AS36.I4,no.l5.

Early banks and banking in Michigan.

(In Michigan pioneer and historical society. Historical collections.
Lansing, 1880. v. 2, p. 111-124.)
P561.M61,v.2
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pt. 1, p . 72-83.
3059

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821 Felt, Joseph Barlow. An historical account of Massachusetts
currency.
Boston, Printed by Perkins & Marvin, 1839. 2 p. I., [9}-259
p. plates. 23icm.
11-2678

HG513.M4F5

822 Finance company in Pittsburg. Banks and bankers of the
keystone state; containing a complete history of the banking interests of Pennsylvania from the organization of
the first bank in 1780 to the present time, together with
portraits and biographical sketches of the prominent
figures in a century and a quarter of financial history.
With tables and data showing the state's financial standing compared with other states of the union.
[Pittsburgh], The Finance company in Pittsburg, [c1905].
1 p. I., 5-215 p. illus. 81%™.
6-16756

HG2611.P4P4

823 Fitts, J. H. History of banks and banking in Alabama.
(In *Alabama bankers' association. Proceedings, 1891, p. 0-33.)

824 Gallatin, Albert i. e. Abraham Albert Alphonse. Suggestions
on the banks and currency of the several United States,
in reference principally to the suspension of specie
payments.
New York, Wiley and Putnam, I84I. 2 p. I., [9]-124 p.
23cm.
6-17760t

HG521.G25

825 Garnett, Charles H. State banks of issue in Illinois.
Champaign, III., 1898. 55 p. 23cm.
Also printed in Sound currency, May 1, 1898, v. 5: 121-144.
HG529.A3,v.5

826

George Smith's money.
Sound currency, April 15, 1898, v. 5, no. 8: 113-120.
Banking operations of the Wisconsin Marine and Fire Insurance
Company under the charter of Feb. 28, 1839.
HG529.A3,v.5

827

Gibbons, James Sloan. The banks of New-York, their dealers,
the clearing-house, and the panic of 1857.
New-York, D. Appleton & co., 1859. x, [2], [9]-399 p. 29
pi. (inch front.) 8 charts (1 fold.) 20cm.
6-18483f

HG1601.G4

828 Gilbert, James Henry. The development of banking in Oregon.
[Eugene], University of Oregon, [1911]. cover-title, 80 p.
22\™. (University of Oregon bulletin. New ser. vol. ix,
no. 1.)




12-33011

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829

Gilbert, James Henry. Trade and currency in early Oregon;
a study in the commercial and monetary history of the
Pacific northwest.
New York, The Columbia university press, the Macmillan
company, agents; [etc., etc.] 1907. 126 p. diagr.
25cm.
(Studies in history, economics and public law, edited by the
faculty of political science of Columbia university, vol. xxvi,
no. 1.)
7-36148

830

HF3159.G46
H31.C7,v.26

Gouge, William M. The fiscal history of Texas. Embracing
an account of its revenues, debts, and currency, from the
commencement of the revolution in 1834 to 1851-52.
With remarks on American debts.
Philadelphia, Lippincott, Grambo, and co., 1852. xx, [17]827 p. 22%cm.
8-128f

831

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Gould, William E.

Portland banks.

(In Maine historical society. Collections and proceedings. Portland, 1893. 23 cm . 2d ser. v. 4, p. 89-108.)
F16.M33,2d ser.v.4

832

Harding, William F . The state bank of Indiana.
Sound currency, Aug. 15, 1898, v. 5: 257-283.
HG529.A3,v.5

833

[Hillliouse, Thomas Griswold.] Taxation of banks by the state
of New York. A review of legislative and judicial proceedings relating to the power of the state to tax the
national securities held by banking corporations.
New York, E. W. Sackett & bro., printers, 1880. 61 p. 24cm.
6-33238f

834

HG1768.U6N4

H i n c h m a n , T. H. Banks and banking in Michigan; with historical sketches, general statutes of banking under state
and national laws, and personal notices of late prominent
bank officers.
Detroit, W. Graham, printer, 1887. 171 p., 1 I. 19cm.
6-31785f

835

HG2611 .M5H6

Lewis, Lawrence. A history of the Bank of North America.
Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott <& co., 1882. 153 p. 9 port,
(inch front.) Sfacsim.
27cm.
6-31808f

836

Lynch, A. D.




HG2613.P54B3

Banking in the West.

(In American bankers' association. Proceedings, 1882, p. 40-45.)
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Merritt, Fred D. The early history of banking in Iowa.
Iowa City, la., The University press, 1900. viii, 150 p.
24¥m(Bulletin of the State university of Iowa. New
series, no. 15. June, 1900.)
Bibliography: p. 149-150.
3-4082

HG2611.I8M4

838

Millsaps, R. W. History of banking in Mississippi.
Sound currency, Mar. 1903, v. 10: 16-48.
HG529.A3,v.l0

839

National association of supervisors of s t a t e b a n k s .
ceedings.
New York [etc.], 1908-1910.
3 v. ports.
23cm.

Pro-

7th convention 1908, contains p. 15-25, report of committee on
uniform laws and uniform classification of bank reports, presented
by Pierre Jay. 8th convention 1909, contains p. 18-21, a further
report by the committee, presented by Marcus C. Bergh. 9th
convention, 1910, contains p. 16-29, address by Hon. Lawrence
O. Murray, comptroller of the currency, on "Co-operation as a
factor in effective bank supervision."
CA 12-536 Unrev'd
HG1507.N3

840

[Potter, Elisha Reynolds.] A brief account of emissions of
paper money, made by the colony of Rhode-Island.
Providence, J. E. Brown, 1837. 48 p. 23™.
6-17741

841

HG513.R4P7

and Sidney S. Rider. Some account of the bills of
credit or paper money of Rhode Island, from the first
issue in 1710, to the final issue, 1786.
Providence, S. S. Rider, 1880. xii, 229 p. facsims.
21 x
16%cm. (Rhode Island historical tracts. [1st ser.] no. 8.)
l-Rc-2956

842

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Root, L. Carroll. Early banks of issue in Wisconsin.
Sound currency, Oct. 1, 1898, v. 5: 313-328.
HG529.A3,v.5

843

New England bank currency. Current redemption
developments.
Sound currency, June 1, 1895, v. 2, no. 13: 1-16.
HG520.A3,v.2

844

New York bank currency. Safety fund vs. bond
security.
Sound currency, 1895, v. 2, no. 5: 1-24.
HG529.A3,v.2

845

States as bankers.
Sound currency, April 15, 1895, v. 2, no. 10: 1-32.




A review of state banking.

HG529.A3,v.2

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846

Eoyall, William Lawrence. A history of Virginia banks and
banking prior to the civil war, with an essay on the banking system needed.
New York and Washington, The Neale publishing company,
1907. 78 p. inch tables. 19cm.
7-26337

847

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Statement concerning state banking systems, before
the Committee on banking and currency, House of representatives, on Saturday, December 19, 1896.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1897. 86 p.
23cm.
13-3615

848

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Sherwood, Grace Mabel, comp. Summary of the general banking laws of the commercial states. Pub. by the Legislative reference bureau of the Khode Island state library.
Providence, R. I., E. L. Freeman company, state printers, 1908.
2 p. I., 384 P- 23\cm.
(Legislative reference bulletin no. 3.
February, 1908.)
JK2430.R4 no.3
8-25852

HG2424

1908

849

Stackpole, Everett Birney. State banking in Maine.
Sound currency, May, 1900, v. 7: 57-88.
HG529.A3,v.7

850

U.S.

Comptroller of the currency. (John Jay Knox.) Annual
report . . . Dec. 4, 1876.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1876. (2), 177 p. 23%cm.
Contains an outline of banking in the United States prior to 1864,
with statistical tables.
HG2401.A2 1876

851




Treasury
1831-1864.

department.

Condition of

state

banks,

1831-32. Report b y Secretary McLane, Feb. 12, 1833. 89 p . 22d
Cong., 2d sess. House doc. no. 105 ( 2 3 4 )
1833-34. Abstracts, compiled b y the Clerk of the House of repre
sentatives. 23d Cong., 1st sess. House doc. no. 498 ( 2 5 9 )
1834-35. Report b y Secretary Woodbury, March 2, 1835. 275 p
23d Cong., 2d sess. House doc. no. 190 ( 2 8 1 )
1834-35. Report b y Secretary Woodbury, Jan. 5, 1836. 92 p . fold
sheets. 24th Cong., 1st sess. House doc. no. 42 ( 2 8 7 )
1835-36. Report b y Secretary Woodbury, Jan. 3, 1837. 216 p
fold, sheets. 24th Cong., 2d sess. House doc. no. 65 ( 3 0 2 )
1836-37. Report b y Secretary Woodbury, Jan. 8, 1838. 856 p
25th Cong., 2d sess. House doc. no. 79 ( 3 2 4 )
1837-38. Condensed statement b y Secretary Woodbury, May 7,1838
7 p . 25th Cong., 2d sess. Senate doc. no. 420 ( 3 1 8 )
1837-38. Report b y Secretary Woodbury, June 6, 1838. 1023, (1) p,
25th Cong., 2d sess. Senate doc. no. 471 ( 3 1 9 )
1838-39. Report b y Secretary Woodbury, F e b . 27, 1839. 695 p,
25th Cong., 3d sess. House doc. no. 227 ( 3 4 8 )

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1839-40. Report by Secretary Woodbury, April 7, 1840. 1375 p.
26th Cong., 1st sess. House doc. no. 172 (367)
1840-41. Report by Secretary Woodbury, March 1, 1841. 1456 p.
26th Cong., 2d sess. House doc. no. I l l (385)
1841-16. Report by Secretary Walker, Aug. 7, 1846. 1261 p. 29th
Cong., 1st sess. House doc. no. 226 (487)
1846-47. Report by Secretary Walker, Feb. 28, 1847. 314 p. 29th
Cong., 2d sess. House doc. no. 120 (500)
1847-48. Report by Secretary Walker, Aug. 7, 1848. 653 p. 30th
Cong., 1st sess. House ex. doc. no. 77 (521)
1849-50. Report by Secretary Meredith, April 12, 1850. 426, iii p.
31st Cong., 1st sess. House ex. doc. no. 68 (578)
1850-51. Report by Secretary Corwin, Aug. 26, 1852. 368 p. 32d
Cong., 1st sess. House ex. doc. no. 122 (648)
1851-53. Report by Secretary Corwin, March 1, 1853. 393 p. 32d
Cong., 2d sess. House ex. doc. no. 66 (684 1 )
1853-54. Report by Secretary Guthrie, May 6, 1854. 191 p. 33d
Cong., 1st sess. House ex. doc. no. 102 (725)
1854^55. Report by Secretary Guthrie, Feb. 27, 1855. 263 p. 33d
Cong., 2d sess. House ex. doc. no. 82 (788)
1855-56. Report by Secretary Guthrie, May 13, 1856. 228 p. 34th
Cong., 1st sess. House ex. doc. no. 102 (858)
1856-57. Report by Secretary Guthrie, March 3, 1857. 273, (1) p.
34th Cong., 3d sess. House ex. doc. no. 87 (909)
1857-58. Report by Secretary Cobb, April 22, 1858. 340 p. 35th
Cong., 1st sess. House ex. doc. no. 107 (958)
1858-59. Report by Secretary Cobb, Feb. 28, 1859. 352 p. 35th
Cong., 2d sess. House ex. doc. no. 112 (1014)
1859-60. Report by Secretary Cobb, March 26, 1860. 302 p. 36th
Cong., 1st sess. House ex. doc. no. 49. (1050)
1860-61. Report by Secretary Dix, Feb. 28, 1861. 306 p. 36th
Cong., 2d sess. House ex. doc. no. 77 (1101)
1861-62. Report by Secretary Chase, Dec. 31, 1862. 211 p. 37th
Cong., 3d sess. House ex. doc. no. 25 (1161)
1862-63. Report by Secretary Chase, Dec. 23, 1863. 225 p. 38tb
Cong., 1st sess. House ex. doc. no. 20 (1187)
1863-64. Report by Secretary Chase, June 1, 1864. 50 p. 38tb
Cong., 1st sess. Senate ex. doc. no. 50 (1176)

852 IT. S.

Treasury department. Letter from the secretary of the
Treasury relative to banking statistics of state banks,
banking institutions, savings banks and national banks,
etc., from the periods of 1830 and 1863, respectively.
[Washington, 1893.} 119 p. 2Scm. (U. S. 52d Cong., 2d
sess. Senate. Ex. doc. 38, pt. 1.)
1-9292

HG2493.A5

853 Van Tuyl, George C. jr. New York state banking department makes important investigations.
American hanker, Dec. 7, 1912, v. 77: 4250-4251.




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854 Welldon, Samuel A. comp. Digest of state banking statutes.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1910. 746 p. 3 fold. tab.
23cm. ([ U. S.] 61st Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Doc. 353.)
At head of title: . . . National monetary commission.
10-35377
HG2424

1910

855 Whitney, David R. The Suffolk bank.
Cambridge, Printed at the Riverside press, for private distribution, 1878. 73, [2] p. 26™.
6-31792f

HG2613.B74S9

856 Wight, William Ward. Early legislation concerning Wisconsin banks. <From Proceedings of the State historical
society of Wisconsin, 1895. >
Madison, State historical society of Wisconsin, 1895. 1 p. I.,
145-161 p. 25™.
7-12297

HG2611. W6 W6

857 Wisconsin. Legislature. Special committee on banking.
Report. Submitted January 15, 1910.
[Madison? 1910.] 67 p. tables (partly fold.) 23cm.
Walter C. Owen, chairman.
"Proposed bills": p. 37-48.
10-33155

HG2411.W7

1910

858 Worthen, William Booker. Early banking in Arkansas. Prepared at the request of the Arkansas bankers' association for its meeting in April, 1906.
[Little Rock, Ark., Printed by Democrat printing co., 1906.]
129 p. 23%™.
7-4507

HG2611.A7W9

859 [Wright, Benjamin C] Banking in California 1849-1910.
San Francisco, H. S. Crocker company,"printers,1910. 1 p. I.,
[5]-201, ii p. plates. ' 23\cm.
10-19374

HG2611.C2W8

TRUST COMPANIES
860 American academy of political and social science, Philadelphia. The government regulation of banks and trust
companies: addresses at the eighth annual meeting, and
papers by William Barret Ridgely, Frederick D. Kilburn,
F. A. Cleveland, L. G. Fouse, L. Walter Sammis.
Philadelphia, [1904], cover-title, p. 18-270. 24icm. (Publications of the American academy of political and social
science, no. I$9.)




Reprinted from the Annals of the American academy of political
and social science for July, 1904.

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138

CONTENTS.—Government control of banks and trust companies, by
W. B. Ridgely.—Control and supervision of trust companies, by
F. D. Kilburn.—The financial reports of national banks as a means
of public control, by F. A. Cleveland.—State regulation of insurance, by L. G. Fouse.—The relation of trust companies to industrial combinations, as illustrated by the United States shipbuilding company, by L. Walter Sammis.
5-23679
HG1778. TT5.B3
861

American bankers' association.
Trust company section.
Addresses delivered at the first annual banquet of the
trust companies of the United States, members of the trust
company section of the American bankers' association.
Waldorf-Astoria, New York, May fifth, Nineteen-eleven.
[New York, 1911.] 28 p.
23™.
Introductory address, Oliver C. Fuller; Relation of trust companies
to monetary reform, Hon. Nelson W. Aldrich, chairman National
monetary commission; Trust companies and clearing houses,
Hon. A. Barton Hepburn, president N. Y. Clearing house association; The American Bankers' association, Frank O. Watts, president; Report of the special committee appointed at a meeting
of the Currency committee of the American bankers' association,
held at Washington, March 28, 1911, to consider and prepare a
special report on the practicability of nationalizing savings banks
and trust companies or of affording existing state banks the benefits of the plan suggested by Hon. Nelson W. Aldrich and submitted by him to the National monetary association for the establishment of the National reserve association of the United States.

862

Proceedings of the eight annual meetings,
1896-1903.
[New York: The American banker], 1904. ix, 381 p.
23cm.
See also item no. 594.
HG4341.A5

863

T h e A u d i t c o m p a n y of N e w York, comp.
Comparative
statements of trust companies in the state of New York:
comp. from annual reports of the superintendent of banks,
1894 to 1904.
New York, 0. W. Young & company, [c1905]. [7], 81,81,
[1] p.
29cm.
5-40396
HG4355.N7A8

864

B a r n e t t , George Ernest. State banks and trust companies
since the passage of the National-bank act.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1911. 366 p. fold, tables,
fold, diagr. 23cm.
([ U. S.] 61st Cong., 3d sess.
Senate.
Doc. 659.)
At head of title: National monetary commission.
11-35092
HG2581.B33




UNITED STATES: TRUST COMPANIES.

865

Cator, George. Trust companies in the United States.
Baltimore, The Johns Hopkins press, 1902. 113 p. 24™.
{Johns Hopkins university studies in historical and political
science, series xx, nos. 5-6.)
H31.J6
3-12907

866

139

HG4061.C2

Conant, Charles A. The growth of trust companies.
American monthly review of reviews, Nov. 1902, v. 26:
574-579.
Reprinted in his book "Wall street and country", N. Y., 1904,
p. 205-235.
AP2.R4,v.26

867

Downer, Benjamin James, comp. Compilation of laws relating
to trust companies of the United States. 1909.
[New York, The Evening post job printing office, c1909.\
vii, 516, [2] p. 24™.
9-10311

868

Gest, William Purves. The rise and business of the modern
trust company; an address delivered before the Century
current topic club of the Y. M. C. A., March 21, 1905,
Philadelphia.
[Philadelphia? c1905.] 25, [1] p. fold, chart.
23icm.
5-16134
Also printed in La Follette, Robert M. ed.
Chicago, 1906. 23 c m . v. 3, p . 428-440.

869

HG4328.D75

HG4311.G4
The making of America.
HC103.L25,v.3

Greene, Thomas Lyman. Corporation finance; a study of the
principles and methods of the management of the finances
of corporations in the United States; with special reference to the valuation of corporation securities. 3d ed.
New York [etc.], G. P. Putnam}s sons, 1904- Hi P-> 1 Z>
181 p.
20cm.
4-11289/3

HG4026.G83

870

Heaton, Ernest. The trust company idea and its development.
Buffalo, The WJiite-Evans-Penfold company, 1904* 4& V'
18cm.

871

Herrick, Clay. The definition and history of trust companies.
Bankers' magazine, Aug. 1903, v. 67: 208-213.

4-23743

HG4017.H4

HG1501.B3,v.67

872

Trust companies; their organization, growth and
management.
New York, Bankers publishing company, 1909. viii, 481 p.
ind. forms.
25cm:




Bibliography: p . 457-466.
" T h e present volume is composed of a series of articles which appeared in ' T h e Bankers magazine,' of New York during the
years 1904 to 1907."—Pre/.
9-28737
HG4352.H5

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LIBKARY OF CONGRESS

873 Kirkbride, Franklin Butler, and J. E. Sterrett. The modern
trust company, its functions and organization.
New York, London, The MacmiUan company, 1908. xiii,
811 p. forms. 2Scm.
Bibliography: p. 293-298.
6-33

HG4011.K59

1908

874 Noyes, Alexander D. The trust companies: is there danger
in the system ?
Political science quarterly, June, 1901, v. 16: 248-261.
Hl.P8,v.l6

875 Perine, Edward Ten Broeck. American trust companies,
their growth and present wealth; two addresses before the
Trust company section of the American bankers' association, with statistical tables.
New York city, The Audit company of New York, [c1909].
78 p., 1 I. 2 fold. tab. 24 x Uf*.
9-29576

HG4352.P5

876 Eidgely, William Barret.
trust companies.

Government control of banks and

(In La Follette, Robert M. ed. The making of America. Chicago,
1906. 23°». v. 3, p. 441-451.)
HC103.L25,v.3

877 Stevenson, Charles W. The trust company, I-VI.
Rand-McNally bankers1 monthly, Mar.-Oct. 1908, v. 25:
151-156, 287-242; v. 26: 10-15, 190-197, 276-285,
I. Origin, growth, and character; II. Its patrons and general business; III. A factor in industrial progress; IV. As a conservator
of labor and property; V. Relation to insurance and banking;
VI. Successful management and place in affairs.
HG1501.R2,v.25,26

878 Trust companies of the United States . . . a compilation of
the statements of condition of trust companies of the
United States.
New York, United States mortgage & trust company, 19081911. 7v. iUus. 22-28%™.
9-29530

HG4345.T8

879 Young, George W. Trust company reserves: an inquiry.
North American review, Feb. 1906, v. 182: 285-297.
AP2.N7,v.l82

PRESENT DAY PROBLEMS
Consists principally of discussions of the so-called Aldrich plan (see
item nos. 892, 893) and some suggested substitutes.

880 Academy of political science, New York. The reform of
the currency, ed. by Henry Raymond Mussey.




UNITED STATES! PRESENT DAY PROBLEMS

141

New York, The Academy of political science, 1911. 1 p. I.,
p. 197-493.
24cm.
(Proceedings . . . vol. 1, no. 2.)
CONTENTS.—I. Historical: Successes and failures of the First and Second banks of the United States, by R. C. H. Catterall; Lessons of
state banking before the civil war, by 3. T. Holdsworth.—II. The
present currency and banking problem: The business man's view
of currency reform, by I. T. Bush; American banks in times of
crisis under the national banking system, by E. W. Kemmerer;
Bank notes and lending power, by J. L. Laughlin; Recent tendencies in state banking legislation, by G. E. Barnett; The relation of
Btate to national banks, by J. F. Ebersole; The need of an expansion joint in our monetary system, by R. D. Kent.—III. The
central bank: A united reserve bank of the United States, by P. M.
Warburg; The banking and currency problem and its solution, by
V. Morawetz; The necessity for a central bank, by G. E. Roberts;
How to prevent cash suspension by banks, by A. J. Frame; Principles that must underlie monetary reform in the United States,
by P. M. Warburg; The transition from existing conditions to
central banking, by C. A. Conant.—IV. Foreign banking systems:
Lessons from the Bank of England, by J. F. Johnson; Lessons
from the Bank of France, by J. P. Norton; The banking system of
Mexico, by R. M. Breckenridge; The Italian banking system,
by J. D. Magee; The banking systems of the Netherlands, Russia,
and Japan, by E. B. Patton; German banks and stock exchange
speculation, by C. Parker.—V. Discussions at the Monetary conference: History of the conference; First-third session; Addresses
at the anniversary dinner.
HG2481.A45
11-1*6266
H31.A4,v.l
Aldrich, Nelson Wilmarth. An address before the Economic
club of New York, November 29, 1909, on the work of the
National monetary commission.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1909. 29 p.
23cm.
At head of title: National monetary commission.
10-3025
HG538.A56
Same.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1910. 29 p. 23cm.
([Z7. S.]
61st Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Doc. 406.)
At head of title: National monetary commission.
10-35477
HG472.A52
Address, before the Western economic society, at
Chicago, Saturday, November 11, 1911.
Washington, [Govt, print off.], 1911. 21 p.
23™.
Relates especially to the organization of the National reserve association.
12-35173
HG2481.A48 1 9 1 1 b
Address, before the Trans-Mississippi commercial
congress at Kansas City, Mo., Tuesday, November 14,
1911.
Washington, [Govt, print, off.], 1911. 15 p.
28cm.
12-35172
HG2481.A48 1 0 1 1 c




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885

LIBKARY OF CONGRESS

Aldrich, Nelson Wilmarth. Address, before the City Club at
Kansas City, Mo., Wednesday, November 15, 1911.
Washington, [Govt, print, off.], 1911. 13 p.
23cm.
12-35171

886

HG2481.A48

Address, before the annual convention of the American bankers' association, at New Orleans, Tuesday,
November 21, 1911.
Washington, [Govt, print, off.], 1911. SO p.
23\™.
At head of title: National monetary commission.
12-2146

887

HG2481.A48

1911a

The Aldrich plan for banking legislation, submitted
to the National monetary commission, by Nelson W.
Aldrich, chairman; with complete index.
Boston, The Eliot national bank, 1911. 1 p. I., 5-48 p.
14% x 12cm.
12-27810

889

HG2481.A48

Addresses on the work of the National monetary commission before the Academy of political science, New
York city, November 11,1910, and the American academy
of political and social science, Philadelphia, Pa., December 8, 1910.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1911. 14 p.
23cm.
12-35174

888

1911d

HG538.A506

Our monetary system.
Independent, Feb. 29, Mar. 14-28, 1912, v. 72:
555-558; 665-669.

446-449;

CONTENTS.—I. Compared with other systems.—II. Its need of reformation.—III. The proposed plan of reorganization.
AP2.I53,v.72

890

"Relation of trust companies to monetary reform."
American bankers1 association. Journal, June, 1911, v. 3:
714-717.
See also. Trust companies, May, 1911, v. 12: 339-344, and item
no. 861, this list.
HG1501.A8,v.3

891

Scope and functions of proposed National reserve association.
Trust companies, Jan. 1912, v. 14' 35-44HG4341.T8,v.l4

892

Suggested plan for monetary legislation, submitted to
the National monetary commission.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1911. 15 p.
23cm.




Outline for a tentative plan for revision of national-banking legislation. Proposition to charter the Reserve association of America,
to be the principal fiscal agent of the government of the United
States.
11-35086
HG538.A53

UNITED STATES: PEESESTT DAY PKOBLEMS

893

143

Aldrich, Nelson Wilmarth. Suggested plan for monetary legislation. Rev. ed v October, 1911. Washington, 1911. 21+ p.
23\cm.
Caption title: The National reserve association of the United States.
The first ed. of the Suggested plan was issued Jan. 16, 1911, and
includes a letter of that date from the Chairman of the National
monetary commission, submitting it to said commission. Besides
appearing as a publication of the Commission, it also appears as
Senate doc. no. 784, 61st Cong., 3d sess. The second edition of the
Suggested plan likewise appears as a publication of the National
monetary commission, and also as Senate doc. no. 784, pt. 2, 61st
Cong., 3d sess.
11-35825
HG538.A5143

894

Suggested plan for monetary legislation, submitted to
the National monetary commission, by Hon. Nelson W.
Aldrich, as revised by the Currency commission of the
American bankers' association. < 2 d e d . >
[Chicagot 1911.] 22 p.
24cm.
Changes suggested by the Currency commission in red letter.
Accompanying are Report of the Currency commission to the
Executive council of the American bankers' association, and
Report of the Special committee appointed by the Currency commission, Mar. 28, 1911, on savings banks, trust companies, and
state banks, and their inclusion in the proposed National reserve
association.
The Report of the Currency commission and suggested changes in
proposed monetary plan is also printed in American bankers'
association. Journal, May, 1911, v. 3, p. 643-648. Following p.
648-649 are resolutions of the Executive committee of the trust
company section, of the Executive committee of the savings bank
section, of the Executive council, and of the Federal legislative
committee of the American bankers' association on the proposed
monetary plan.
12-1469
HG538.A5144

895

—

The vital requisite cl reform in our banking system.
ff
Independent, Dec. 22, 1910, v. 69: 1864-1365.
AP2.l53,v.69

896

The Aldrich banking plan. Will it improve the present banking and currency system ?
American industries, May, 1911, v. 11, no. 10: 16-18.
Advantages of the Aldrich plan, by Charles A. Conant; Disadvantages of the Aldrich plan, by D. A. Tompkins.
HD4802.A6,v.ll

897

Allen, W. H . The Aldrich plan and the concentration of money
at New York.
Moody's magazine, July, 1912, v. H: 31-86.
HGl.M85,v.l4

g9g

The false basis of the Aldrich plan.
Moody's magazine, May, 1912, v. 13: 350-352.
HGl.M85,v.l3
86054°—13
10




144
899

LIBKARY OF CONGRESS

Allen, W. H. The lie in the Aldrich bill.
Moody1 s magazine, Apr. 1911, v. 11: 247-25^.
HGl.M85,v.ll

900

Solving a great financial problem.
Sewanee review, Jan. 1912, v. 20: 88-108.

AP2.S5,v.20

901

Ailing, Newton D. Substitute for a central bank.
American institute of hanking. Bulletin, Apr. 1908, v. 10:
851-361.
HG1501.A7,v.lO

D02

American academy of political and social science, Philadelphia. Banking problems.
Philadelphia, 1910. Hi, [1], 236, [12] p. 25%cm. (The annals of the American academy of political and social science,
vol. xxxvi, no. 8.)
CONTENTS.—The problem before the National monetary commission,
by A. P. Andrew.—Financing our foreign trade, by F. I. Kent.—
The extension of American banking in foreign countries, by S. McRoberts.—English methods of lending as contrasted with American, by L. M. Jacobs.—Utilization of bank reserves in the United
States and foreign countries, by G. E. Roberts.—The Canadian
banking system and its operation under stress, by J. F. Johnson.—
The stock exchange and the money market, by H. White.—The
independent treasury and the banks, by M. S. Wildman.—National
banking system and federal bond issues, by M. E. Ailes.—Enlargement of clearing house functions, by S. Young.—The growth of
state banks and trust companies, by G. E. Barnett.—Branch banking among the state banks, by H. M. P. Eckardt.—The operation
of the mutual savings bank system in the United States, and the
treatment of savings deposits, by F. C. Nichols.—The use of credit
currency by country banks, by J. P. Huston.—State and national
examinations of banks, by H. G. Stockwell.—State and federal
control of banks, by A. J. Frame.
Hl.A4,v.36,no.3
10-27867
HG2481. A57

903

Lessons of the financial crisis.
Philadelphia, 1908. vi, 233 p. 26cm. (The annals of the
American academy of political and social science, vol. xxxi,
no. 2.)




CONTENTS.—Introductory note by the secretary of the Treasury,
G. B. Cortelyou.—The panic as a world phenomenon [by] F. A.
Vanderlip.—The panic of 1907 and some of its lessons [by] M. T.
Herrick.—An elastic credit currency as a preventive of panics [by]
W. B. Ridgely.—The readjustment of our banking system and
the unification of the currency [by] C. H. Treat.—The need of a
central bank [by] G. E. Roberts.—A central bank as a menace to
liberty [by] G. H. Earle, jr.—Clearing-house certificates and the
need for a central bank [by] W. A. Nash.—Foreign experience a
guide to currency reform [by] I . N . Seligman.—Relation of a central bank to the elasticity of the currency [by] J. H. Schiff.—Diagnosis of the world's elastic currency problems [by] A. J. Frame.—

UNITED STATES: PRESENT DAY PROBLEMS

145

Panic preventions and cures [by] H. W. Gates.—The Northwest
in the recent financial crisis [by] A. L. Mills.—Neglected aspects
of currency and banking [by] F. A. Cleveland.—The lessons of the
panic of 1907 [by] S. Wexler.—The obstacles to currency reform
[by] L. J. Gage.—A national clearing house as a safeguard against
panics [by] J. M. Elliott.—Trust companies and reserves [by] A. S.
Frissell.
8-11447
Hl.A4,v.31,no.2

American academy of political and social science, Philadelphia. The need for currency reform; introductory remarks, Dr. L. S. Rowe, addresses by Nelson W. Aldrich,
Theodore E. Burton, A. Piatt Andrew, George E. Roberts.
Session of the American academy of political and social
science, Thursday evening, December 8, 1910.
Philadelphia, 1911. 32 p. 26cm. {Supplement to the Annals
of the American academy of political and social science.
January, 1911.)
Hl.A4,Jan.l9ll,suppl.
11-1269

HG538.A515

American banker [Editorial]. Myrick method vs. Aldrich
method.
American banker, Dec. 14, 1912, v. 77: 4280-4281.
Criticism of plan of banking reform proposed by Herbert Myrick.
HG1501.A5,v.77

American bankers' association. Banking and currency,
addresses delivered at the convention of the American
bankers' association, Los Angeles, October 4-^7, 1910.
[New York, Irving national exchange bank, 191 Of] 2 p. l.f
7-76 p. 17™.
CONTENTS.—President's annual address. L. E. Pierson.—Currency
reform from the business man's standpoint. I. T. Bush.—A southern banker's views on the currency question. R. G. Rhett.—
Work of the United States monetary commission. Hon. T. E.
Burton.—Pacific coast's need for banking and currency reform.
F. B. Anderson.
13-3626
HG2481.A58

Proceedings, 1910.
New York: [ Wynkoop HdUenbeck Crawford co.], 1910. 867 p.
ports. 28%™.




Among the addresses the following are noted:
Currency reform from the business man's standpoint, by Irving T.
Bush; A southern banker's view of the currency question, by R. G.
Rhett; The work of the National monetary commission, by Theodore E. Burton; The need of banking and currency reform, by
Frank B. Anderson.
HG1507.A5 1910

146

LIBKARY OF CONGRESS

908 American b a n k e r s ' association. Proceedings, 1911.
New York, 1911. 869 p. ports. 23\™.
CONTENTS.—The proposed monetary plan, by Nelson W. Aldrich:
p. 67-85; Circulating credits and bank acceptances, by Paul M.
Warburg: p. 208-218; The relation of state banks, savings banks
and trust companies to Senator Aldrich's plan, by F. H. Goff:
p. 219-228; The relation of the National reserve association to the
government, by A. Piatt Andrew: p. 228-236; Trade fluctuations
and panics, by John Perrin: p. 240-248; Interest rates, earnings,
dividends and taxation, by Benjamin Strong, jr.: p. 248-256; The
mobilization and control of the reserves of the country, by James B.
Forgan: p. 257-270; Public opinion and the National reserve association plan, by J. G. Schurman: p. 270-283; Rediscounts and
book credits, by George M. Reynolds: p. 283-296; The benefits of
the National reserve association to the manufacturer and the
laborer, by C. Stuart Patterson: p. 297-300; The needs of the farm
and its benefits from the National reserve association, by Joseph G.
Brown: p. 300-310; Keeping the National reserve association apart
from partisan politics and special control, by L. P. Padgett: p. 312318; Relation of the National reserve association to foreign trade
and banks and the world's financial center, by Frank B. Anderson:
p. 318-331; Address by Arsene P. Pujo; Committee reports.
HG1507.A5 1911
Also printed in Commercial and financial chronicle. Bankers' convention section, Dec. 2, 1911, v. 93: 117-199.
HGl.C7,v.93
The Financier, Extra ed., Dec. 5, 1911, v. 98.
HGl.F8,v.98

909

Proceedings, 1912.
New York, 1912. 754 p.

ports. 23%™.

Among the addresses the following are noted:
Banking and currency reform, by R. W. Bonynge: p. 128-140;
Agricultural development and education, by Bradford Knapp,
p. 203-212; Land and agricultural credit, by Charles A. Conant:
p. 189-203; Bankers in their relation to the people, by Charles
E. Townsend: p. 236-243; Reports of committees. Resolutions
adopted by the Currency committee: p. 183.
HG 1507.A5 1912
Also printed in Commercial and financial chronicle. Bankers' convention section, Sept. 12, 1912, v. 95: 113-214.
HGl.C7,v.95

910

Committee on federal legislation. Report.
(In its Proceedings, 1906. p. 142-155.)

911

1906

Currency commission. Report.
[New York, Press: Daily banker and stockholder, 1906?]
cover4iile, 7, [1] p. 2Sicm.
7-37955

912

HG1507.A5

HG538.A52

Report. And remarks by Hon. A. B. Hepburn, chairman.
[n. p., 1907.] cover-title, 8 p. 22\cm.




8-6079

HG538.A52

1907

UNITED STATES: PKESENT DAY PKOBLEMS

913

147

American bankers' association.
Currency
commission.
Statement, presented to House committee on banking and
currency at Washington, D. C , Wednesday, April 15,1908.
[New York, 1908.] cover-title, [8] p.
23cm.
Presented in opposition to the Aldrich bill.
12-29986

914

HG538.A6

[Special report on the practicability of nationalizing sayings banks and trust companies.]
New York, 1911. [1+] p. 23%™.
Festus J. Wade, chairman.
13-3625

915

HG2481.A583

The American economic review. The Aldrich banking plan,
papers published in the American economic review, June,
1911.
[Princeton? N. J., 1911?] cover-title, 38 p.
23\cm.
CONTENTS.—Financial co-operation and the Aldrich plan, b y
Thornton Cooke.—The Aldrich banking plan, by Wm. A. Scott.—
The Aldrich plan for monetary legislation, b y 0 . M. W. Sprague.
13-3646
HG2481.A587

916

American i n s t i t u t e of banking. Central bank.
between Cincinnati and Indianapolis chapters.
In its Bulletin, Sept. 1909, v. 12: 527-536.

Debate

HG1501.A7,v.l2

917

Anderson, Frank B. Relation of the National reserve association to foreign trade.
[San Francisco, 1911.] 30 p.
23cm.
12-29076

918

Andrew, Abram Piatt. Banking systems and currency reform;
address delivered before the Commercial club of Cincinnati, with introductory remarks by W. S. Rowe. January
22, 1910.
[Cincinnati, The Ebbert & Richardson co., 1910.] 32 p.
20cm.
11-7938

919

HG2481.A59

Co-operation in American banking.
Moody's magazine, Nov. 1911, v. 12: 31+0-31+!+.
HGl.M85,v.l2

920

The essential and the unessential in currency legislation. The Page lecture delivered at Yale University,
May 1, 1913.
[New Haven, Tutile, Morehouse & Taylor], 1913. 31+ p. 23\™.




' ' R e p r i n t e d from the Yale review of June, 1913."
HG2481.A654

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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

921 Andrew, Abram Piatt. The purpose and origin of the proposed banking legislation; three addresses.
Boston, Mass., 1911. 2 p. I, 7-49, [1] p. 22cm.
CONTENTS.—I. What America can learn from European banking;
address delivered before the American academy of political and
social science at Philadelphia, Dec. 8, 1910.—II. The essentiallyAmerican sources of the proposed banking legislation; address
delivered before the Indiana bankers' association at Indianapolis,
October 24,1911.—III. The relation of the National reserve association to the Treasury; address delivered before the American
bankers' association at New Orleans, November 21, 1911.
12-14577
HG2481.N2

922

The relation of the National reserye association to the
government.
American lariker, Dec. SO, 1911, v. 76: 454I-4543.
HG1501.A5,v.76

923

The relation of the National reserve association to the
Treasury.
Journal of political economy, Jan. 1912, v. 20: 1-11.
HBl.J7,v.20

923a

Some facts and figures relating to the money trust
inquiry. Letters to the New York evening post.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1913. 16 p. 23\™. ([U. S.]
62d Cong., 3d sess. Senate. Doc. 1003.)
12-30159

HG181.A6

924 Atwood, Albert W. The borrower and the "money trust."
American review of reviews, Aug. 1912, v. 4.6: 207-218.
AP2.B4,v.46

925 A Banking and currency plan.
Financial age, Nov. 30, 1912, v. 26: 1082.
Discusses the bill to be introduced in Congress on Dec. 2 at the
request of Hon. Charles N. Fowler providing for the adoption of a
scientific and economic banking and currency plan.
HGl.F4,v.26

926 Banking reform; a semi-monthly periodical published by the
National citizens' league for the promotion of a sound
banking system. V. 1, no. 1, Jan. 17, 1912.
Chicago, 1912-1913.
Contains suggestive discussions of the various aspects of the money
and banking question in the light of present day considerations;
issued by the League as a part of its work " in extending knowledge
of the subject among the people."

927 Barrett, George E. Possible effect of the Aldrich plan on
business and the bond market.
Moody's magazine, Dec. 1911, v. 12:423-427.




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149

928 Bendix, Ludwig. Der Aldrich Plan; seine Bedeutung fur das
amerikanische Bankwesen und den internationalen Geldmarkt.
New York, Hallgarten & co., 1912. 172 p. incl. tables.
19cm.
12-4374

929

HG2481.B5

The Aldrich plan in the light of modern banking.
New York, R. R. Johnston, 1912. xiv, 227 p. 23\™.
A second and enlarged edition of the preceding.
man is responsible for the English of the text.
12-25164

Dr. H. G. FriedHG2481.B6
HG2481.B42

930 Berry, William Harvey. Our economic troubles and the way
out; an answer to socialism.
Chester, Pa., J. Spencer, printer, 1912. 147 p. fold. tab.
19cm.
12-9166

HG538.B4

931 [Boies, William Justus.] The Aldrich currency reform system
analysed, how the proposed system would work in practice . . . an interpretation of the most extraordinary
proposal yet made for reforming the currency of the
United States, 1911. With the compliments of the
Fourth national bank of the city of New York.
[New York, The Trow press, 1911.] 24 p. 2Scm.
11-9556

HG2481.B57

932 Bonynge, Robert William. Banking and currency reform.
American banker, Sept. 25, 1912, v. 77: 3292-8297.
HG1501.A5,v.77

Rand-McNally bankers' monthly, Oct. 1912: 28-80.
HG1501.R2

Case and comment, Nov. 1912, v. 19: 269-278.
Discusses favorably the proposal for a National reserve association.

933

Proposed currency reform.
Rand-McNally bankers' monthly, Apr. 1912, v. 29, no. 4'
23-80.

934 _

HG1501.R2,v.29

Reform banking legislation, a plan to break Wall
street control of American finances, to remedy the defects
of the present banking system, and to aid and protect
business by preventing panics. Address before the Saint
Paul association of commerce, February 3, 1912.
[Saint Paul? 1912.] 23 p. 2Scm.




12-29105

HG2481.B65

150

LIBKARY OF CONGRESS

935

Boyd, W. R., jr. The broader aspects of banking reform.
Texas magazine, Sept. 1912, v. 6: 369-378.
F38l.T35,v.6

936

Brandt, T. R. The Fowler banking and currency bill.
Bankers7 magazine, June, 1912, v. 84: 774-776.
HG1501.B3,v.84

937

Brown, Harry G. Commercial banking and the rate of
interest.
Quarterly journal of economics, Aug. 1910, v. 24: 743-749.
HBl.Q3,v.24

938

[Brown, Joseph Gill.] Address delivered at the convention of
the American bankers' association at New Orleans,
November 22nd, 1911.
RaleigJi, Edwards & Broughton printing company, 1911.
lp.l.,17p.
23cm.
Caption title: The needs of the farm, and its benefits from the
National reserve association.
12-11146
HG2481.B7

939

B u s h , Irving T. Banking reform for business men.
Moody's magazine, Nov. 1911, v. 12: 361-363.
See also, this list item no. 906, 907.

940
941

Banking reform for business men.
American hanker, Feb. 3, 1912, v. 77: 330.

HGrl.M85,v.l2

HG150l.A5,v.77

Simple function of central bank.
Rand-McNally hankers' monthly, Mar. 1911: 24-28.
HG1501.R2

942

Carnegie, Andrew. Our oversea trade pays tribute to foreign
banks. Narrow monetary system deprives us of world
credit; need of a change if we are to benefit by the Panama
canal.
Waterways and commerce, Feb. 1913, v. 4: 19-21.
HE381.A2W4,v.4

943

A Central b a n k of issue: a symposium. The evolution of
central banking. Charles A. Conant. The central bank
plan. Victor Morawetz. Government banking. William
Alfred Peffer.
North American review, Jan. 1910, v. 191: 1-17.
AP2.N7,v.l91

944

Central b a n k symposium. Leslie M. Shaw; Kobert E m m e t t
Ireton; J. Pease Norton; W. H. Allen; Henry Clews.
Moody's magazine, Sept. 1910, v. 10: 163-178.




HGl.M85,v.lO

UNITED STATES: PRESENT DAY PROBLEMS

945

151

A Central b a n k with branches, or a system of real reserve
banks—which would best suit our needs and conditions.
Bankers' magazine, Dec. 1910, v. 81: 775-779.
HG1501.B3,v.81

946

Chisholm, G. D. Is centralization in banking conducive to
the best interests of the community?
Bankers' magazine (London), Sept. 1910, v. 90: 332-845.
HG1503.B2,v.90

947

Conant, Charles A. The Aldrich banking plan.
North American review, Apr. 1911, v. 193: 539-550.
AP2.N7,v.l93

948

Improving the currency and banking system.
American industries, Dec. 1910-Mar. 1911, v. 11: no. 5:
28-29; no. 7: 17-18, 41; no. 7: 15-16, 45; no. 8: 29-30.
CONTENTS.—1. Defects of our banking system; 2. How a credit
currency works; 3. How an emergency currency works; How central banking works.
HD4802. A6,v. 11

949

Continental and commercial national bank, Chicago.
The Aldrich currency plan interpreted: some changes
that would be brought about under the methods proposed
by the chairman of the National monetary commission—
creation of a discount market and the substitution of
commercial banking for stock exchange banking—what
the adoption of such a system would mean for the business interests of the United States.
[Chicago, 1911.] 30 p.
22icm.
Introductory note signed: George M. Reynolds, president.
12-29071
HG2481 .C48

950

951

Cooke, Thornton. The Aldrich plan as it affects country
banks.
Kansas banker, Nov. 1911, v. 1: 1-9.
Financial co-operation and the Aldrich plan.
American economic review, June, 1911, v. 1: 234-250.
HBl.E26,v.l

953

Cornwell, William C. The reserve association, controlled by
the banks of the country. Wall street and political control impossible under the Aldrich plan.
Moody's magazine, May, 1911, v. 11: 323-329.




HGl.M85,v.ll

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LIBEAEY OF CONGRESS

954 Cowperthwait, John Howard. A protest against the fiftyyear experiment in mixing politics with finance, proposed
by the Aldrich monetary commission, separate reserve
associations, non-political, preventive of financial panics,
suitable to all American conditions. [Rev. ed.]
[New York], The Trade supplied by the American news company, [c1912]. 48 p. 23%™.
12-3442

955

HG2481.C55

Separate reserve associations preventive of financial
panics and suitable to American conditions.
[New York], The trade supplied by the American news company, [c1911]. Up.
23icm.
12-1345

HG2481.C6

956 Crozier, Alfred Owen. U. S. money vs. corporation currency,
"Aldrich plan." Wall street confessions! Great bank
combine.
Cincinnati, 0., The Magnet company, [c1912]. 11, [1] 7-401
p. front., iUus., pi. 18%™.
12-14450

957

HG2481.C8

Cummings, John Raymond. Get together: a plan for united
and effective action by all progressives. A system of
natural money and natural taxation.
[Boston, Mass., T. J. M. Smith & co., c1912.] 32 p. 20%™.
A "detached introduction" to the author's "Natural money, the
peaceful solution.''
12-25774
HG221.C7

958

Natural money, the peaceful solution.
New York, The Bankers publishing co., 1912. 210 p.
12-14147

21\cm.

HG221.C8

959 The Currency problem and the present financial situation; a
series of addresses delivered at Columbia university, 19071908.
New York, The Columbia university press, 1908. xxvii,
170 p. 23\™.




CONTENTS.—Introduction: The crisis of 1907 in the light of history,
by E. R. A. Seligman.—The modern bank, by F. A. Vanderlip.—
The stock exchange and the money market, by T. F. Woodlock.—
Government currency vs. bank currency, by A. B. Hepburn.—
Gold movements and the foreign exchanges, by A. Strauss.—
The New York clearing house, by W. A. Nash.—Clearing houses
and the currency, by J. G. Cannon.—American and European
banking methods and bank legislation compared, by P. M. Warburg.—The modern corporation, by G. W. Perkins.
8-8335
HG538.C94

UNITED STATES: PRESENT DAY PROBLEMS

960

D a n i e l , Thomas Cushing. High cost of living; cause—remedy.
Washington, D. C, The Monetary educational bureau, [c1912],
171 p. front (port.)
23\cm.
12-29325

961

HG2481.D3

Real money versus banks of issue promises to pay,
the most important factor in civilization and least understood.
[ Washington? D. C], Printed for the author, 1911. vii, 9-275
p. fold. tab. 20™.
11-7312

962

153

HG538.D3

Davies, J. W. Banking facilities for export trade.
Rand-McNally bankers' monthly, Nov. 1911: 27-31.
HG1501.R2,v.28

963

Dawes, Charles G. The central bank: The objection to it, and
the substitute for it in the United States.
World to-day, July, 1910, v. 19: 720-729.
AP2.W75,v.l9

964

Dolley, J. N. Reform of the currency and its relation to the
state banking institutions of the United States. Address
delivered November 21, 1911, before the National association of supervisors of state banks in convention
assembled at New Orleans, La.
Topeka, Kans., 1911. cover-title, 23 p. 28™.
11-33149

965

HG2481.D6

Eckardt, Homer Mark Philip. A rational banking system; a
comprehensive study of the advantages of the branch
bank system.
New York and London, Harper <& brothers, 1911. S p. 1.,
328 p., 1 I. 21\™.
Draws illustrations from the Canadian branch banking systems.
11-4161
HG2481.E3

965a Ensell, E. H. Branch banking. Its origin, forms, administration, operation and examination.
Banking law journal, May, June, 1912, v. 29: Ifil-lfiO;
551-555.
966

Farwell, John V. For a sound banking system.
Commercial west, Oct. 31, 1911, v. 20: 22-23, 43.
HFl.C8,v.20

967

Ferguson, James E . Why the Aldrich bill should not pass.
American banker, May 18, 1912, v. 77: 1615-1622.
HG1501.A5,v.77

968

Fisher, Edmund D. Financial feudalism and a central bank.
Forum, May, 1911, v. 45: 539-547.
AP2.F8,v.45




154

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

968a Fisher, Irving. A compensated dollar.
Quarterly journal of economics, Feb. 1913, v. 27:
385-397.

213-235;

On the proposal for rendering the gold standard more "stable" by
increasing the weight of the gold dollar so as to compensate for
losses of purchasing power.
HB1 .Q3 ,v.27

968b

A remedy for the rising cost of living. Standardizing
the dollar.
American economic review, Mar. 1913, Supplement, v. 3: 20-28.
Discussion: p. 29-51.

968c

The standardized dollar.
Moody1 s magazine, Mar. 1913, v. 15:

HBl.E26,v.3

119-121.
HGl.M85,v.l5

969

Forgan, James Berwick. The mobilization and control of the
reserves of the country; an address before the convention
of the American bankers' association at New Orleans,
November 22, 1911.
{Chicago, 1911.] 16 p.
23\™.
12-10198
HG1656.TX5F6
Also printed in the Financier, Extra ed., Dec. 5, 1911, p. 74-80.
HG1507.F6 1911
Bankers' convention section of the Commercial and financial chronicle, Dec. 2, 1911, p. 135-139.
HG1507.A51 1911
Chicago banker, Nov. 25, 1911, v. 30: 13-19.
HG1501.C5,v.30
American banker, Dec. 2, 1911, v. 76: 4131-4136.
HG1501.A5,v.76
In part, in the Rand-McNally bankers' monthly, Dec. 1911: 17-24.
HG1501.R2

969a

Monetary legislation as suggested by the National
monetary commission.
National association of credit men. Bulletin, July, 1911,
v. 11: 570-579.

970

HF5565.N3,v.il

National reserve association of the United States.
American banker, Aug. 31, 1912, v. 77: 2978-2980.
HG1501.A5,v.77

971

Possibilities of Senator Aldrich's suggestions for monetary legislation; an address, before the Executive council of
the American bankers' association at Nashville, May 1,1911.
[Chicago, 1911.] 21 p.
23\™.




12-10197
HG2481.F6
Also printed in the American bankers' association. Journal, May,
1911, v. 3: 656-661.
HG1501.A8,v.3
American banker, May 6, 1911, v. 76: 1460-1465.
HG1501.A5,v.76
Reprinted in part under the title " Possible relation of trust companies and state banks to the Aldrich reserve association plan"
in Trust companies, May, 1911,v. 12: 359-360. HG4341.T8,v.l2

UNITED STATES*. PRESENT DAY PROBLEMS

972

Fowler, Charles N. Address on the financial situation before
the Illinois manufacturers' association at Chicago, Dec.
10, 1907.
[New York? 1908?] Ifi p.
23cm.
12-29990

973

HG538.F6

Pending legislation.
(In American bankers' association.

974

155

Proceedings, 1906. p . 86-94.)
HG1507.A5 1906

A scientific banking and currency measure. To be
introduced in Congress Dec. 2—Statement of Hon. Chas.
N. Fowler.
Financial age, Nov. 30, 1912, v. 26:1086-1087.
HGl.F4,v.26

975

Seventeen talks on the banking question, between
Uncle Sam and Mr. Farmer, Mr. Banker, Mr. Lawyer,
Mr. Laboringman, Mr. Merchant, Mr. Manufacturer.
Elizabeth, N. J., Financial reform publishing co., [c1913],
514 p. front, (port.) illus., diagrs.
23\cm.
13-4176

976

HG2481.F7

Frame, Andrew J. The advantages of a central bank.
Moody's magazine, Apr. 1910, v. 9: 271-275.
" R e p l y to Dr. Arthur Selwyn-Brown."

977

HGl.M85,v.9

Conservatism our watchword. This criticism of material amendments offered by the American bankers' association currency committee to the plan of the National
monetary commission for a National reserve association
is herewith respectfully submitted in the name of "conservatism."
[ Waukesha, 1911.] (16) p. 23™.
See also Rand-McNally bankers' monthly, Aug. 1911, v. 43:17-25.
HG1501.R2,v.43

978

Diagnosis of the National monetary commission bill.
[Waukesha? Wis., 1912.] cover-title, 14, [1] p.
22cm.
"Address delivered before the bankers and business men of Memphis,
Tenn., March 5, 1912. Also at Little Rock, Ark., March 6th,
1912. Later at San Antonio, Texas, and Milwaukee, Wis."
12-20749
HG506.F7
See also Rand-McNally bankers' monthly, Apr. 1912: 31-42.
HG1501.R2

979

Objections to the National reserve association plan.
With comments by Maurice L. Muhleman.
Banking law journal, Sept., 1911, v. 28: 721-727.

980




A review of currency systems and present plans.
(In American bankers'association.

Proceedings, 1906. p . 158-165.)
HG1507.A5 1900

156

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

981 Frame, Andrew J. A review of the proposed national reserve
bank.
Journal of political economy, Jan. 1912, v. 20: SS-Ifi.
Remarks in discussion before the Western economic society, Chicago,
Nov. 11, 1911.
HBl.J7,v.20

982

The world's solution—how to prevent "cash suspension by banks."
[New YorTc? 1910.] ccver-title, [16] p. 23cm.
" Reprinted from Proceedings of the Academy of political science in
the city of New York, vol. 1, no. 2, 1910.''
11-7934
HG2481.F8

983 FranQois, G. Les banques aux fitats-Unis.
Revue (T economic politique, Sept.-Oct. 1912, v. 26: 608-687.
HB3.R4, v.26

984

Gardin, John E. Banking and commerce.
[n. p., 1911.] 91. 2U™.
Annual convention South Carolina bankers association, Pine Forest
inn, April 18, 19, 20, 1911, Summerville, S. C.
13-3621
HG2481.G3

985 Garrels, Gerhard William. Why not government currency?
A reply to ex-Governor Horace Boies of Iowa, published
in Moody's magazine for June, 1907. Why not a central
United States bank ? A reply to Mr. Andrew J. Frame,
president Waukesha national bank, written to comply
with a request of the St. Louis chapter of the American
institute of banking for a paper concerning currency
reform to be read in September 1907. Amended bill of
the Currency commission.
[St. Louis? 1907.] cover-title, 48 p. 28cm.
"This pamphlet was printed in the interest of currency reform, for
the use of members of the American bankers* association, attending
the meeting at Atlantic City, New Jersey, September, 1907.''
12-29072
HG538.G3

986

Qoff, F. H. The relation of state banks, and trust companies
to Senator Aldrich's plan.
Trust companies, Dec. 1911, v. 18: 472-477.




HG4341.T8,v.l3
Also printed in the Bankers' convention section of the Commercial
and financial chronicle, Dec. 2, 1911, p. 129-132.
HG1507.A51 1911
Financier, extra ed. Dec. 5, 1911, p. 64-69.
HG1507.F6 1911
American banker, Dec. 2, 1911, v. 76: 4126-4130.
HG1501.A5,v.76
In part in the Chicago banker, Nov. 25, 1911, v. 30: 33-34.
HG1501.C5,v.30

UNITED STATES: PEESENT DAY PROBLEMS

157

986a Gold question; symposium.
New York times annalist, Jan. 27-Feh. 3, 1913, v. 1: 37-39;
71-72.
Replies to inquiries sent out by the New York times annalist.

987

Goodhart, K. W. Aldrich law for currency reform.
Rand-McNally hankers7 monthly, Oct. 1911: 2^-28.
HG1501.R2

988 Goodwin, William Pennell. Money, credit currency, and a
currency plan. A brief study of money and the currency,
issues in the United States, with a plan for a new circulating currency in place of the National bank and United
States treasury notes now in use.
Providence, R. I., 1910. 1+5 p. 18cm.
11-534

HG538.G7

989 Gray, Albert. The new Aldrich banking scheme.
Moody7s magazine, Feb. 1911, v. 11: 91-94HGl.M85,v.ll
990 Guyot, Yves. Les national banks am6ricaines et le projet
Aldrich.
Journal des economistes, Mar. 15, 1911, v. 29: 353-866.
HB3.J8,v.29

991 Harding, W. P. G. Financing the cotton crop.
Rand- McNally hankers7 monthly, Nov. 1911: 87-Jfi.
Treats of the elasticity of the currency during the moving of the
cotton crops.
HG1501.It 2

992 Hawks, T. R. The debt system alias the banking system and
its culmination in the central bank alias the central reserve
association.
[Chicago?] c1912. cover-title, 52 p. 18™.
12-4372

HG2481.H2

993 Hepburn, Alonzo Barton. Is a central bank desirable ? The
rigidity of the United States currency contrasted with the
flexibility of the currency of other nations.
Century magazine, Oct. 1909, v. 78: 950-957.
AP2.C4,v.78
993a

Defects in our monetary system.
Chicago hanker, Dec. 23, 1912, v. 38: 5-6.

HGl501.C5,v.33

994 Hoover, H. C. Approaching the limit of increasing gold production. Is our standard of currency nearing equilibrium?
Scientific American supplement, Nov. 16y 1912, v. 74' 810.




From Engineering and mining journal.

Tl.S52,v.74

158

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

995 Hulbert, E. D. Fundamental principles to consider in proposing reform in national currency system.
Trust companies, Jan. 1918, v. 16: 12-15. HG4341.T8,v.l6
996

Problems involved in Aldrich plan.
Banking law journal, June, 1911, v. 28:4-65-4-70.

997

Some points in opposition to the Aldrich plan.
Journal of political economy, Jan. 1912, v. 20: 25-32.
A paper read before the Western economic society at Chicago,
Nov. 11, 1911.
HBl.J7,v.20

998 Hull, Walter Henry, ed. Practical problems in banking and
currency; being a number of selected addresses delivered
in recent years by prominent bankers, financiers, and
economists; ed. by Walter Henry Hull, with an introduction by Charles Francis Phillips.
New York, London, The Macmillan company, 1907. xxvi,
596 p. 23\™.
CONTENTS.—Banking reform and currency section.—Insuring the
deposits in national banks, John Schuette; Panic panaceas, Andrew
J. Frame; Financial crises, Theodore E. Burton; Economic waste
of our treasury system, Lyman J. Gage; Natural bank currency
and national bank currency, William B. Dean; The medium of
exchange and the banking function, A. B. Stickney; Desirable
changes in the banking law, A. B. Hepburn; Branch banking,
James B. Forgan; Branch banking, Horace White; Branch banking,
Henry W. Yates; Branch banking, William A. Nash; Asset currency, Horace White; Emergency circulation, Cornelius A. Pugsley; The money supply of the United States, James B. Forgan;
Gold reserve national bank notes, William B. Ridgely; Sound
versus soft money, Andrew J. Frame; Proposed changes in our
banking laws, Charles G. Dawes; Bank note experience of twenty
years—1882 to 1902, Horace White; Strength and weakness of
American finance, Ellis H. Roberts; The bank and the treasury—
the two great pillars supporting our financial system, Frederick A.
Cleveland; Currency reform, Leslie M. Shaw; Currency reform,
John L. Hamilton; The monetary situation and its remedies, Henry
Clews; Pending financial legislation, Charles N. Fowler; Reform
of the currency system, James H. Eckels; Influence of the increasing gold supply upon prices and the rate of interest, Joseph
French Johnson; The financial outlook, Frank A. Vanderlip.
7-17036
HG2461.H8

999 Huston, J. P. Use of credit currency by country banks.
American academy of political and social science. Annals,
Nov. 1910, v. 36: 176-190.
Favors central bank.

Hl.A4,v.36

1000 Ilsley, James K. A central reserve association.
American banker, Jan. 27, 1912, v. 77: 250.




HG1501.A5,v.77

UNITED STATES: PRESENT DAY PROBLEMS

1001

159

I n t e r c o l l e g i a t e debates; being briefs and reports of many
intercollegiate debates: Harvard-Yale-Princeton, BrownDartmouth - Williams, Michigan - Northwestern - Chicago,
Indiana-Illinois-Ohio, and many others.
New York city, Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, [c1909-1912].
2 v.
20cm.
Contains bibliographies.
10-765
H35.I6
Vol. I (1909) P. M. Pearson. «£'Bank notes secured by commercial
paper: p. 1-36; "Asset currency": p. 191-198; "Guarantee of
bank deposits": p. 305-321; "A central bank": p. 325-342.
Vol. II (1912) E. R. Nichols. "The central bank": p. 701-748.

1002

Ireton, Robert Emmett. A central bank.
New York, A. Stumpf publishing co., 1909.
20cm.
Bibliography on verso of 3d prelim, leaf.
10-619

1003

Jess, Stoddard. The Aldrich plan.
American banker, July 15, 1911, v. 76:

4 p. I., 216 p.
HG2481.I8

2444-2447.
HG1501.A5,v.76

1004

J o h n s t o n , Allen W. Plan for an act providing for an elastic
national currency. Special national bank deposit, notes
secured by United States bonds.
[Schenectady? N. Y., 19079] cover-title, 7 p.
28cm.

1005

Jones, Breckinridge. A talk on the Aldrich plan for monetary legislation, before the Bankers' club of Saint Louis,
February 21, 1911.
[St. Louis, 1911.] cover-title, 13 p.
23cm.

10-18947

HG538.J7

11-7933
HG2481.J7
Especially with regard to trust companies.
See also Trust companies, Mar. 1911, v. 12: 172-177.
HG4341.T8,v.l2

1006
1007

Jones, Ellis O. The central bank idea.
Arena, Mar.-June, 1909, v. 41: 323-327.

AP2.A6,v.4l

J o n e s , Hadley T. Is centralization in banking conducive to
the best interests of the community ?
Bankers' magazine (London), Nov. 1910, v. 90: 610-623.
HG1503.B2,v.90

Chicago banker, Nov. 19, 1910, v. 29: 17-20.
HG1501.C5,v.29

1008

Kemmerer, Edwin Walter. The Aldrich plan of banking
reform.
South Atlantic quarterly, July, 1911, v. 10: 201-211.
Also printed separately.
86054°—13
11




AP2. S75 ,v. 10

160

LIBKARY OF CONGRESS

1009 Kemmerer, Edwin Walter. Banking reform in the United
States.
American economic review, Mar. 1918, Supplement, v. 3:
52-63,
Discussion: p. 64-88.

1010

HBl.E26,v.3

Some public aspects of the Aldrich plan of banking
reform.
Journal of political economy, Bee. 1911, v. 19: 819-830.
Paper read before Western economic society, Nov. 11, 1911.
HBl.J7,v.l9

1011 Kent, Fred I. The National reserve association and our
foreign trade; address made before group one of the Ohio
bankers association at Cincinnati, Ohio, May 27, 1911.
[New York? 1911?] cover-title, 12 p. 22 x 10™.
12-29987

HG2481.K5

1012 Kent, Robert D. Currency needs an expansion joint.
Rand-McNally bankers' monthly, Mar. 1911: 17-23.
HG1501.R2

1013 Keys, C. M. The building of a money-trust.
World's work, Feb. 1910, v. 19: 12618-12625.
"How banking power of three billion dollars has been centralized
at Mr. JV P. Morgan's desk—a private banking house that rivals
the Bank of England or the Bank of France."
AP2.W8,v.l9

1013a Kinley, David. Objections to a monetary standard based on
index numbers.
American economic review, Mar. 1913, v. 3: 1-19.
HBl.E26,v.3

1014

The specie reserve in a banking system.
Journal of political economy, Jan. 1912, v. 20:12-24.
HBl.J7,v.20

1014a Kniflin, William A. The Reserve association and the business man.
Banking law journal, Mar. 1912, v. 29: 279-281.
1015 La Follette, Robert Marion. Centralization and community
of control in industry, franchise, transportation, and
finance—the panic of October, 1907, and its lesson . . .
Amendment to national banking law; speech, in the
Senate of the United States, March 17, 19, and 24, and
final vote March 27, 1908.
Washington, [Govt, print, off.], 1908. 56 p. 2Scm.
13-3622

HG538.L3

1016 Larson, E. F. Local bank co-operation.
American banker, July 27, 1912, v. 77: 2585-2588.




HG1501.A5,v.77

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161

1017 Larson, George T. Anent the new monetary plan.
American banker, Jan. 27, 1912, v. 77: 297.
HG1501.A5,v.77

1018 Lauck, W. J. Unregulated immigrant banks.
Rand-McNally bankers' monthly, Jan. 1912: 29-37.
HG1501.R2

1019 Laughlin, James Laurence, ed. Banking reform.
Chicago, The National citizens' league, 1912. xii p., 1 1.9
428 p. tables (1 fold.) 24™.
12-10844

1020

HG2481.L4

The money trust and banking reform.
American banker, May 25, 1912, v. 77: 1722-1724.
HG1501.A5,v.77

1021 [

] The National reserve association: advantages it will
give the smaller banks and their communities.
[Chicago, The National citizens' league, 1912.] 14 p. 2Scm.
Advance chapter: "Small banks and the National reserve association" from the book "Banking reform" published by the League.
12-29991
HG2481.N25

1022

A National reserve association and the movement of
cotton in the South.
Chicago, The National citizens' league, [1911]. 19, (1) p.
23cm.
An address delivered before the Western economic society, Chicago,
November 11, 1911.
Also printed in Journal of political economy, Feb. 1912, v. 20: 135152.
HBl.J7,v.20

1023

P l a n for centralizing reserves.

Rand-McNally bankers' monthly, Nov. 1911: S2-36.
HG1501.B2

1023a Lawson, Thomas W. The remedy. V. The " good men "
of the money trust.
Everybody's magazine, Mar. 1913, v. 28: 404~4^Discusses the N. Y. Stock exchange and Pujo committee.
AP2.E9,v.28

1024 l i e , Herman. Bankreform und Zentralbankproblem in
Amerika.
[Jena, G. Fischer, 1910.] p. 179-199. 28icm.




" Abdruck aus den Jahrbiichern fur Nationalokonomie und Statistik
Dritte Folge. Bd. 4G.'*
13-35301
HG2481.L49

162

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

1025 Lindgren, Charles. Breaking the money power.
Chicago, El., The Progressive press, 1912. 25 p. 22%™.
12-11721

HG2481.L5

1026 Lipman, Frederick L. Commonwealth club
luncheon address; banking and currency
Francisco, California, January, nineteen
twelve.
[San Francisco, Cal., Coast banker publishing
p.
25\cm.
13-3619

of California
reform. San
hundred and
co., 1912.] 14
HG2481.L6

1027 Lyford, F. E. The central bank proposal from the viewpoint of the country banker.
Moody's magazine, Oct. 1910, v. 10: 277-280. HGl.M85,v.ia
1028

The central bank from the country bank's standpoint.
Moody's magazine, Oct. 1911, v. 12: 259-260. HGl.M85,v.l2

1029

A country banker's view on the National reserve association and monetary reform.
Moody's magazine, Apr. 1912, v. IS: 269-274.
HGl.M85,v.l3

1030

The country bank and the Aldrich plan.
Moody's magazine, July, 1912, v. 14: 60-62. HGl.M85,v.l4

1031 McCabe, Robert Larenzo. A central bank of issue for the
United States.
[Dayton, O., 1908.] 23 p. 28cm.
8-21997

HG2481.M2

1032 McCarty, James. A central bank not for the people.
Twentieth century magazine, May, 1911, v. 4: 139-143.
AP2.T88,v.4

1033 McCleary, James Thompson. Banking and currency reform.
Its necessity—its possibility—its method. An address
before a joint session of the American civic alliance and
the American association for the advancement of science
at Washington, D. C , on December 29, 1911.
Washington, [Govt, print, off], 1912. 17 p. 24icm. ([ U. S.]
62d Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Doc. 295.)
12-35169

HG2481.M24

1034 McClung, Lee. Some remarks on the currency system of the
United States.
American banker, July 6, 1912, v. 77: 2277-2281.




HG1501.A5,v.77

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163

1035 McDougal, Elliott C. Keserve associations and country banks.
Moody's magazine, May, 1912, v. 13: 389-341.
"An answer to Mr. F. E. Lyford's article in the April issue of Moody's
magazine."
HGl.M85,v.l3

1036 , MacVeagh, Franklin. Banking and currency reform.
Journal of political economy, Dec. 1911, v. 19: 809-818.
Also issued separately by the National citizens' league. See no. 1062.
HBl.J7,v.l9

1037 Martin, William McChesney. The suggested plan for a National reserve association; an address before the Banked
club, St. Louis, Oct. 31, 1911.
Saint Louis, [1911?] cover-title, 16 p. 18cm.
13-3672

1037a

HG2481.M25

Ten talks on banking faw, including " Common sense,
the law, and the banker."
Saint Louis, Mississippi Valley trust company, [1912]. 89 p.
19cm.
13-3671

HG2421.M3

1038 Meyer, E. L. A national clearing house bank.
Rand-McNally bankers' monthly, Jan. 1910, v. Ifi: 6-18.
HG1501.R2,v.40

1039 Miles, Herbert De la Haye. The science of currency and centralized banking; a study of publications recently issued
by the National monetary commission.
Chicago, New York, Rand-McNally press, 1911. 47 p. 20cmi
11-1784

HG1576.M6

1040 Milliken, R. C. An analysis of the Aldrich monetary plan.
Congressional record, 62d Cong., 2d sess., v. 48, Appendix:
482-487.
Prepared for and introduced into the Record by Hon. R. P. Hobson.
JllJR5,v.48,App.

1041 The "Money trust."
Moody's magazine, Jan. 1918, v. 15: 18-16.
Gives the names of the firms and corporations alleged to form the
money trust.
HG-1.M85, v. 15

1042 Mora we tz, Victor. Address on the banking and currency
problem and the central bank plan, delivered at the
Finance forum of the West side Y. M. C. A., New York,
November 24, 1909.
[New York? 1909?] cover-title, 28 p. 23cm.




13-3826

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LIBRABY OF CONGRESS

1043 Morawetz, Victor. Address on the currency question, delivered at the dinner of the Boston economic club, December
19, 1907.
[Boston? 19017] cover-title, 21 p. 28%cm.
13-3823

1044

1007

An article on the currency question.
[New York], 1906. cover-title, 22 p.
23\cm.
13-3824

1045

HG538.M72

HG538.M72

1906

The banking & currency problem in the United States.
2ded.
New YorTc, N. Y., North American review publishing co.f
1909. 4p.l.,129p.
19\™.
"This essay is the result of an attempt to discuss briefly the principal
questions that are likely to engage the attention of the National
monetary commission appointed under the Aldrich-Vreeland act
of 1908."—Pref.
13-3825
HG2481.M82

1046 Morgan, John Pierpont. Testimony of J. P. Morgan before
the Bank and currency committee of the House of representatives, at Washington, D. C, appointed for the purpose of investigating an alleged money trust in "Wall
street." Cross-examined by Samuel Untermyer, attorney
for the committee. December 18 and 19, 1912.
[New York, Printed by Mail and express printing co., c1912.]
55 p. 19™.
13-1206

HG181.M6

1046a Morgan, J. P. and co. Letter in response to the invitation
of the Sub-Committee of the Committee on banking and
currency of the House of representatives. New York,
Feb. 25, 1913.
[New YorTc, 1918.] 27 p. 23™.
13-35183
HG181.M63
Also printed in the Commercial and financial chronicle, Mar. 1, 1913,
v. 96: 604-307.
HGl.C7,v.06

1047 Muhleman, Maurice L. An adjustable gold standard.
Banking law journal, Dec. 1912, v. 29: 997-1004.
Discussion of Fishers "adjustable gold dollar.''

1047a
1048

The Aldrich plan for monetary reform.
Trend, Apr. 1911, v. 1: 1-18.

AP2.T75,v.l

The burden of unequal credit facilities: a pertinent
suggestion forcurrency reformers.
Moody's magazine, Nov. 1911, v. 12: 81^-3^7.




HGl.M85,v.l2

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165

1048a M u h l e m a n , Maurice L. Categorical discussion of the Aldrich
plan.
Banking law journal, Jan-Apr.
1912, v. 29: 18-18; 112117; 205-212; 297-303.
1049

The central bank plan and the two per cent, bonds.
Banking law journal, May, 1911, v. 28: 377-381.

1050

A democratic banking reform plan. Its provisions
critically considered.
Banking law journal, Oct. 1911, v. 28: 799-805.

1051

Emergency currency and money for crop-moving.
Magazine of Wall street, Oct. 1912, v. 10: 303-306.
HG4501.M3,v.lO

1051a
1051b

1051c

105Id
1051e

Expansion under the Reserve association plan.
Banking law journal, Sept. 1912, v. 29: 733-742.
Fundamental requisites for monetary reform. The
attitude of the National citizens' league.
Banking law journal, Oct. 1912, v. 29: 822-824.
An interesting point in the plan for the National
reserve association.
Banking law journal, June, 1912, v. 29: 495-496.
The latest Fowler plan for monetary reform.
Banking law journal, June, 1912, v. 29: 4^7-492.
Monetary reform to date.
Banking law journal, Oct. 1912, v. 29: 825-832.

1052

Objections to Aldrich plan considered. A reply to
Mr. Hulbert.
Banking law journal, June, 1911, v. 28:
4^1-4^-

1053

A plan for a central bank.
New York, [1910]. 1 p. I., 41 p.

25icm.

"A reprint from the numbers of the Banking law journal from November, 1909 to March, 1910."
10-20823
HG2481.M8

1054

1055
1056
1057

Progress of monetary reform.
Banking law journal, July, Dec. 1911, v. 28: 553-558;
988.
The revised Aldrich plan.
Banking law journal, Nov. 1911, v. 28:

981-

889-896.

Senator Aldrich's reserve association plan.
Banking law journal, Feb. 1911, v. 28: 105-112.
Murray, Lawrence O. Comptroller's plan for bank reform.
Band-McNally hankers' monthly, Jan. 1912: 55-58.




HG1501.R2

LIBKABY OF CONGRESS

1058

Myrick, Herbert. Co-operative finance; an American method
for the American people . . . to encourage business,
farming, home-owning, individual and corporate success,
social justice and national prosperity.
New York, Orange Judd company; [etc., etc.] 1912. xxxii,
327', [1] p. front., illus., col. pi., ports., diagrs.
25\cm.
13-149

1059
1060
1061

HG2481.M9

Who will solve the currency problem.
American banker, Jan. 1+, 1913, v. 78: 8-9. HG1501.A5,v.78
N a s h , William A. Credit and currency for an emergency.
Banking law journal, Mar. 1910, v. 27: 225-230.
N a t i o n (JLondon) [Editorial]. America under the money trust.
Nation (London), Feb. 1, 1913, v. 12: 73^-736.
AP4.N15,v.l2

1062

The National citizens' league for the promotion of a sound
banking system. [Publications] distributed by the league.
Chicago, 1911-1913. 18 pamphlets.




Constitution and by-laws. The origin of the league. Principles
and methods cti. banking reform. Bartlett, Adolphus 0 . Banking
reform as seen by the commercial interests. Cornwell, William
C. The National reserve association secure from ambitious financial or political control. The Currency system of the United
States its defects and its uses; The Country bank's interest in banking reform. Farwell, John V. An address to business men on a
National reserve association. Farwell, John V. Importance of
monetary reform to business men. Laughlin, J. L. Banking control; an address delivered before the Trans-Mississippi commercial
congress, Kansas City, Nov. 14, 1911. Laughlin, J. L. Banking
reform. Laughlin, J. L. Banking reform and the National reserve
association; an address . . . May 24,1911. Laughlin, J. L. Suggestions for banking reform. MacVeagh, Franklin. Banking and
currency reform; an address delivered before the Western economic
society, Nov. 11, 1911. Perrin, John. Trade fluctuations and
panics. Roberts, George E . The functions of a gold reserve.
Scott, William A. Banking reform. Taft, William H . Recent
addresses on banking reform.
HG2481.N2
T h e League under a syndicate arrangement also caused the publication of a series of articles in various newspapers throughout the
country. These articles appeared in the Sunday edition of the
Washington Star as follows:
Reynolds, George M. The banking laws and money trusts. Dec. 1,
1912, p . 18, col. 5-8. Laughlin, J. L. Bank currency based on
trade declared best for the nation. Dec. 8, 1912, p . 18, col. 3-8.
Wheeler, Harry A. Sound banking system vital need of nation.
Dec. 15,1912, p . 20, col. 3-4. Carnegie, Andrew. Need of immediate reform in American banking system. Dec. 22, 1912, p . 20,
col. 5-8. Herrick, Myron T. Cost of living increased b y the
U. S. Banking system. Jan. 5, WIS, p . 14, col. 5-8. Simmons,
George W. Market for trade loans urgent need of banking. Jan.
12, 1913, p . 14, col. 1-2. Roberts, George E . Gold hoard fails to
check credit panics. Jan. 19, 1913, p . 15, col. 6-7. Douglas,
William L. Wage-earner hardest h i t b y panics. Jan. 26, 1913,
p . 14, col. 6-8.

UNITED STATES: PRESENT DAY PROBLEMS

1063

The

N a t i o n a l reserve association.
Some
Symposium.
Bankers' magazine, Mar. 1912, v. 84: 293-811.

167

criticisms.

HG1501.B3,v.84

1064

Newfang, Oscar. National reserve association in operation,
Rand-McNally bankers' monthly, Dec. 1912: 17-22.
HG1501.R2

1065

Newlands, Francis G. Banking reform.
Case and comment, Nov. 1912, v. 19: 407-409.

1066

New York (State). Special commission on banks. Keport of
Special commission on banks, A. Barton Hepburn, Edwin
S. Marston, Edward W. Sheldon, Algernon S. Frissell,
Stephen Baker, Andrew Mills, submitted to Governor
Hughes, December 16, 1907.
Albany, J. B. Lyon company, state printers, 1907. 4$ P*
23cm.
13-3616

1067

HG2481.N4

Produce exchange. Report of the special committee appointed by the Board of managers of the New
York produce exchange, to study and report upon the
subject of a national monetary system and formulate suggestions to be submitted to the convention of the National
board of trade to be held in Washington, D. C , January
17, 1911.
[New York, 1910?] 16 p. 23™.
John P. Truesdell, chairman.
11-7932

1069

1907

New York. Fourth national bank. The new Aldrich currency system. Rev. ed. Full texts of the new plan and
the original plan as submitted by Senator Aldrich to the
National monetary commission, in January and in October, 1911—what the new changes are and how it is planned
to bring them about—the extremely interesting proposals
regarding the admittance of state banks and trust companies to the National reserve association—important
details of a unique system. 1911.
[New York, 1911.] 1 p. I., 27 p. 23"*.
12-29077

1068

HG2411.N75

HG2481.N5

Noyes, Alexander D. The Aldrich banking and currency
reform bill.
Bankers' magazine (London), July, 1912, v. 94' 10-16.




HG1503.B2,v.94

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LIBEARY OF CONGRESS

1069a The Opposition to a National reserve association bill: a
symposium of the objectors.
Banking law journal, May, 1912, v. 29: 393-402.
1070 Padgett, Lemuel Phillips. Banking and currency. Kemarks
in the House of representatives, Friday, June 14, 1912,
on the bill (H. R. 25069) making appropriations for
sundry civil expenses of the government for the fiscal
year ending June 30, 1913, and for other purposes.
[Washington, Govt print off., 1912.] 8 p. 24cm.
13-3620

1071

HG2481.P32

Banking and currency reform; speech delivered
before the American bankers' association, at New Orleans, La., November 22, 1911.
Washington, [Govt print off], 1911. 8 p. 24cm.
12-10181

HG2481.F3

1072 Palgrave, Sir R. H. Inglis. A center for the banking power
of the United States.
Bankers' magazine (London), Mar. 1911, v. 91: 362-370.
HG1501.B2,v.91

1073 Patterson, C. Stuart. On the benefits of the National
reserve association to the manufacturer and the laborer.
Chicago hanker, Nov. 25, 1911, v. 30: 41.
HGl50l.C5,v.30
Also printed in the Bankers' convention section of the Commercial
and financial chronicle, Dec. 2,1911, v. 93: 146-147.
HG1507.A51 1911
Financier, (extra ed.) Dec. 5, 1911, p. 100. HG1507.F6
1911

1073a Perrin, John. Money problem due to defects in banking plan
[etc.].
Indianapolis Sunday star, Jan. 19, 1913, p. 1, col. 1, p. 9,
col 4; Jan. 26, p. 3; col. 1-3; Feb. 2, p. 8, col. 3-4; Feb. 9
p. 15, col. 1-3; Feb. 16, p. 22, cd. 4-5.
For articles by Mr. Perrin see also Saturday issues of the Washington
star for Jan. 18, pt. 1, p. 8, col. 5-6; Jan. 25, pt. 2, p. 8, col. 6-7;
Feb. 8, pt. 2, p. 7, col. 6-8; Feb. 22, pt. 1, p. 11, col. 6-7.

1074

What is wrong with our banking and currency system ?
Journal of political economy, Dec. 1911, v. 19: 856-865.
Paper read before Western economic society, Nov. 11, 1911.
HBl.J7,v.l9

1075 Philadelphia. Chamber of commerce. Extract of minutes. Meeting of board of directors, February 9, 1911.
[Philadelphia, 1911.] 26 p. 28™.




"Report of the delegates to the National board of trade upon the business men's monetary conference:" p. 14-22.

UNITED STATES: PRESENT DAY PROBLEMS

169

1076

Phillips, W. W. The central bank of Georgia.
Moody's magazine, July, 1911, v. 12: 1+1-1$. HGl.M85,v.l2

1077

The Proposed National reserve association. A symposium.
Moody's magazine, Nov. 1911, v. 12: 339-371.
CONTENTS.—Co-operation in American banking, by A. Piatt Andrew:
p. 340-344; The burden of unequal credit facilities, a pertinent
suggestion for currency reformers, by Maurice L. Muhleman: p.
344-347; The clearing function of the Reserve association, by
O. M. W. Sprague: p. 347-351; The merits of our present banking
system, by W. Martin Swift: p. 351-358; The necessity of commercial credits in the Middle west, by Arthur Reynolds: p. 358-360;
Banking reform for business men, by Irving T. Bush: p. 360-363;
New currency primer: how the money power is kept out of the
Reserve association plan, by William C. Cornwell: p. 364-371.
HGl.M85,v.l2

1078

The Proposed National reserve association. What leading
bankers think of it.
Bankers1 magazine, Nov. 1911, v. 83: 561-580.
Views of James B. Forgan, Henry W. Yates, Elliott C. McDougal,
R. G. Rhett, Charles A. Conant, J. M. Elliott, David R. Forgan,
Myron T. Herrick, John W. Weeks, A. J. Frame, Arthur Reynolds,
Joseph G. Brown, A. A. Crane.
HG1501.B3,v.83

1079

Ralston, William C. Is a central bank necessary?
Rand-McNally hankers1 monthly, July, 1910, v. 1+1: 1-7.
HG1501.R2,v.41

1080

Reynolds, Arthur. Address delivered before group no. 1,
Sioux City, Iowa [etc.].
[Des Moines? 1912?] 23 p. 21em.
On cover: The Aldrich plan, for a revision of the monetary system
and the mobilization of commercial credits.
12-29078
HG2481 .R38

1081

Efforts for currency reform.
American hanker, Oct. 28, 1911, v. 76: 361+8-3653.
HG1501.A5,v.73

1082

The necessity of combining commercial credits in
the middle west.
Moody's magazine, Nov. 1911, v. 12: 358-360.
HGl.M85,v.l2

1083

Reynolds, George McClelland. Address, as president of the
American bankers' association, delivered at its 35th
annual convention in Chicago, Tuesday, September 14th,
1909.
[Chicago? 1909f] cover-title, 12 p. 28i™.




13-3623

HG2481.R43

170

LIBRAEY OF CONGRESS

1084

[ R e y n o l d s , George McClelland.] The Aldrich currency plan
interpreted.
Chicago, The Continental and commercial national hank of
Chicago, 1911. 30 p.
23cm.

1085

Analysis of the Aldrich plan.
Rand- McNolly hankers' monthly, May, 1911: 23-26, 46-49;
June, 1911: 48-51.
HG1501.R2

1086

The "money t r u s t " inquiry, address before the delegates of the Trust company section to the convention of
the American bankers' association, at Detroit, Michigan,
Wednesday, September eleventh, nineteen hundred twelve
[Chicago? 1912.] 1 p. I, 5-15 p.
23cm.
12-29073
HG181.R4
Also printed in Trust companies, Sept. 1912, v. 15: 173-182.
HG4341.T8,v.l5
Chicago banker, Sept. 14, 1912, v. 33: 11-17.
HG1501.C5,v.33
American banker, Sept. 25, 1912, v. 77: 3307-3311.
HG1501.A5,v.77
Rand-McNally bankers' monthly, Oct. 1912: 31-39.
HG1501.R2

1087

Our banking and currency system, a national problem; address before the delegates to the convention of
the New York state bankers' association at Buffalo, N. Y.,
Thursday, June 13, nineteen twelve.
[Chicago? 1912.] cover-title, 3-16 p.
23cm.
12-29074
HG2481.R4
Reprinted in part ia Rand-McNally bankers' monthly, July, 1912:
17-21.
HG1501.R2

1088

Rediscounts and book credits in national monetary
plan.
Chicago hanker, Nov. 25, 1911, v. 30: 5-11, 19.
Also printed in the Bankers' convention section of the Commercial
& financial chronicle, Dec. 2, 1911, p. 152-156.
HG1507.A51 1911
Financier, extra ed. Dec. 5, 1911, p. 85-92. HG1507.F6 1911
American banker, Dec. 2, 1911, v. 76: 4153-4159.
HG1501.A5,v.76
In part in the Rand-McNally bankers' monthly, Dec, 1911: 25-30.
HG1501.R2

1089

Safeguards against recurring panics. Address, before
the delegates to the convention of the Texas bankers'
association, held in Dallas, Texas, Tuesday, May sixteenth,
nineteen eleven.
[Chicago? 1911.] 1 p. I., 26 p. 23™.




12-29075

HG2481.R42

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1090

171

Rhett, R. G. A suggestion for the reformation of our banking and currency system.
Bankers magazine, Dec. 1911, v. 83: 689-696.
HG1501.B3,v.83

1091

1092

Rhoades, John Harsen. A court of finance. An amendment to the Aldrich plan suggested.
Moody''s magazine, Jan. 1913, v. 15: 41-44HGl.M85,v.l5
Who shall control our finances?
Rand-McNolly bankers7 monthly, Feb. 1913:

35-41.
HG1501.R2

1093

Rice, David Perry. The national banking system and the
proposed National reserve association.
Case and comment, Nov. 1912, v. 19: 401-406.

1094

Ridgely, William Barret.

Gold reserve national bank notes.

(In American bankers' association. Proceedings, 1906. p. 95-102.)
HG1507.A5 1906

1095

B o b b i n s , Edwin Clyde, comp. Selected articles on a central
bank of the United States.
Minneapolis, The E. W. Wilson company, 1910. viii, 182 p.
20cm.
(Debaters7 handbook series.)
Bibliography: p. 5-13.
10-19375

1096
1097

Roberts, George Evan. A central bank.
Independent, Dec. 26, 1907, v. 63: 1539-1541.

HG2481 .R62

A central bank of issue, an address delivered before
the Nebraska state bankers' association, Omaha, Sept. 19,
1907.
[Chicago? 1907?] cover-title, [12] p.
22cm.
13-3627

1099

AP2.l53,v.63

The central bank. An address before the Kansas
bankers association, Topeka, Kans., May 26, 1910.
[New York? 1910?] [16] p.
23\™.
12-29993

1098

HG2481.R55

HG2481.R58

A central bank of issue. For: George E. Jloberts.
Against: O. M. W. Sprague.
New York, The Ba/rJcers publishing co., 1910. 4 V- l-i ®9 V14% x 12cm. (Bankers handy series—v.)
"These two papers appeared originally in the New York ' Journal of
commerce and commercial bulletin.'"—In trod.
10-12770
HG2481.R6

1100

Maintenance of our gold reserve.
Rand-McNally bankers7 monthly, Feb. 1912: 27-34.




HG1501.R2

172

LIBKABY OF CONGRESS

1101 Roberts, George Evan. The next reform—banking.
we have panics and how to prevent them.
Everybody's magazine, Mar. 1912, v. 26: 412-420.

Why

AP2.E9,v.26

1102 Root, L. Carroll. Our bank and currency problems.
American hanker, Die. 23, 1911 b v. 76: 4460-4463.
HG1501.A5,v76

1103 Rossell, John S. Currency reform from the trust company
standpoint. Business men's monetary conference recognizes trust company rights.
Trust companies, Mar. 1911, v. 12: 168-171.
HG4341.T8,v.l2

1104 Scott, William A. The administration and control of the
proposed Central reserve association.
Journal of political economy, Dec. 1911, v. 19: 841-855.
Paper read before Western economic society, Nov. 11, 1911.
HBl.J7,v.l9

1105

The Aldrich banking plan.
American economic review, June, 1911, v. 1: 251-261.
HBl.E26,v.l

1106 Scudder, S. D. Address [on our financial system].
(In Pennsylvania bankers' association. Proceedings, 1908. Pittsburgh, 1908. 23 c *. p. 25-39.)
Advocates a central bank.
HG1507.P4 1908

1107 Seligman, Edwin R. A. Everybody's money: what it is;
what it should be.
Outlook, Dec. 30, 1911, v. 99: 1055-1060.
Endorsing the plan for a National reserve association.
AP2.08,v.99

1108 Selwyn-Brown, Arthur. Dangers of a central bank of issue.
Moody's magazine, Dec. 1909, v. 8: 44^~4^0. HGl.M85,v.8
1109 Shaw, Leslie Mortier. The central bank.
Philadelphia, The First mortgage guarantee and trust company, [1909f]. 16 p. 23cm.
"Address delivered . . . before the Manufactured association of
Indianapolis, Indiana, Monday evening, December 13,1909."
13-3618
HG2481.S5

1110

Currency and a central bank.
American institute of banking. Bulletin, May, 1910, v. 13
246-251.




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173

1111 Sprague, Oliver Mitchell Wentworth. The Aldrich plan for
monetary legislation.
American economic review, June, 1911, v. 1: 262-271.
HBl.E26,v.l

1112

Banking reform in the United States; a series of proposals, including a central bank of limited scope.
Cambridge, Harvard university, 1911. 176 p. 22cm.
"The four articles in this volume were published in the Quarterly
journal of economics for May, 1909, February, August and November 1910."
HBl.Q3,v.23-25
11-5427
HG2481.S6

1113

Central bank not remedy for currency ills.
Chicago banker, Jan. 15, 1910, v. 28: 5-6. HGl501.C5,v.28

1113a

Central banks.
American economic association. Publications, Apr. 1909,
3d ser., v. 10: S59-S69.
Discussion: p. 370-376.

1114

HBl.A5,3dser.v.lO

The clearing function of the reserve association.
Moody's magazine, Nov. 1911, v. 12: 847-851.
HGl.M85,v.l2

1115

The reserve association and the improvement of
methods of making payments between the banks.
Journal of political economy, Dec. 1911, v. 19: 831-840.
HBl.J7,v.l9

1116 Stevenson, Charles W. Is there a money trust?
Eand-McNcHly bankers' monthly, May, 1912: 17-27, 50-54.
HG1501.R2

1117

Politics and the central bank.
Rand-McNally bankers' monthly, Feb. 1910, v. 40: 74-78.
HG1501.R2,v.40

1118 Stickney, A. B. The central reserve bank.
Chicago banker, Jan. 1902, v. 10: 23-41. HGl501.C5,v.lO
1119 Stonex, Wilber L. The Aldrich banking plan as it affects
the people.
North American review, Sept. 1911, v. 194: 896-402.
AP2.N7,v.l94

1120 Swift, W. Martin. The merits of our present banking system.
Moody's magazine, Nov. 1911, v. 12: 351-858.
HGl.M85,v.l2

1120a Synopsis of the new Fowler plan.
Banking law journal, Jan. 1913, v. 80: 12-14*




174
1121

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

Taft, William Howard. Currency reform. The Aldrich plan
American bankers' association. Journal, July, 1911, v. 4:
1-5.
Address to the New York state bankers' association, June 22, 1911,
indorsing the Aldrich plan.
HG1501.A8,v.4

1122

Tait, James Selwin. The relation of banking reform to corporate financing; read before the American civic alliance,
at Washington, 29 December, 1911.
[ Washington, D. C, Press of B. S. Adams, c1912.~\ covertitle, 24 p.
23\™.
l2-2±m
HD2795.T16
See also American banker, Nov. 16, 1912, v. 77: 4007-4010.
HG1501.A5,v.77

1123

Talbert, Joseph T. Central reserve in practice.
Rand-McNally bankers' monthly, Mar. 1912: 25-31.
HG1501.R2

1124

Progress in banking. Address . . . New York state
bankers 7 association. Manhattan Beach. June 22, 1911.
[Chicago? 1911.] 11 p. 23™.
12-29988

1125

The reconstruction of our banking system.
Nov. 1911.
[Chicago? 1911.\ 22 p.
23cm.
In favor of a Central reserve association.
12-29989

1126

HG2481.T3

Address,

HG2481.T4

Reconstruction of our banking system.
Rand- Mc Nolly bankers1 monthly, Dec. 1911: 31-Ifi.
HG1501.R2

1126a Taylor, William George Langworthy. Financial legislation
and its limitations.
Lincoln, Neb., [1912]. cover-title, 82 p. 23\cm.
(University
studies, pub. by the University of Nebraska ... vol. xn.
no. 2.)
"References " at end of chapters.
13-33062

1127

AS36.N2

T h o m p s o n , William. Currency reform from the country
bankers' point of view.
American banker, July 27, 1912, v. 77: 2581^-2585.
HG1501.A5,v.77

1128

T o m p k i n s , D. A. Currency reform, or a new banking
system.
American industries, Dec. 1910, v. 11, no. 5: 29-30.




HD4802.A6,v.ll

UNITED STATES: PEESENT DAY PROBLEMS

1129

T r e a t , Charles H. The Aldrich currency bill.
Independent, Feb. 29, 1908, v. 64: 451-453.

1130

175

AP2.l53,v.64

Difficulties that confront a central national bank.
Chicago banker, Oct SO, 1909, v. 27: 5-6, 28-29.
* HG1501.C5,v.27

1131

U. S. Congress. House. Committee
rency. Hearings and arguments
proposed currency legislation.
second session. 1906-7.
Washington, Gov't print, off., 1907.
Charles N. Fowler, chairman.
7-35069

1132

—

on banking and cur[Dec. 11-15, 1906] on
Fifty-ninth Congress,
1 p. I, 270 p.

28cm.

HG538.A3

1907

Hearings and arguments on proposed
currency legislation [January 22-February 25, 1908.]
Sixtieth Congress. 1907-8.
Washington, Gov't print, off., 1908. 258 p.
23cm.
Charles N. Fowler, chairman.
8-35452
HG538.A3 1908a
Issued also in 12 pamphlets with titles "Hearings with reference to
currency legislation," etc., etc.

1138

Hearings and arguments on Senate
bill no. 3023, an act to amend the national banking laws
(so-called the Aldrich bill). Sixtieth Congress. 1907-8.
[April 8-16, 1908.]
Washington, Gov't print, off., 1908. 339 p.
23cm.
Charles N. Fowler, chairman.
Includes lst-4th prints of the bill.
8-35453
HG538.A3 1908b
Issued also in 19 pamphlets with titles beginning in most instances,
"Hearings on the Aldrich bill."

1134

Hearings and arguments on H. R.
20835, to amend the national banking laws (so-called the
Vreeland bill). Sixtieth Congress, 1908 [April 20].
Washington, Gov't print, off., 1908. 86 p.
23cm.
Charles N. Fowler, chairman.
Includes lst-6th prints of the bill.
8-35454

1135

HG538.A3

1908g

H. E . 12677. Eeport on a bill to
establish a simple and scientific monetary system . . .
to guarantee all deposits and note issues.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1908. 154 P- ®3cm. {60th
Cong., 1st sess. House. Eept. 1126.)
5225
86054°—13




12

176
1136

LIBBARY OF CONGRESS

U . S . Congress. House. Gommittee on hanking and currency.
Money trust inyestigation. Inyestigation of financial and
monetary conditions in the United States under House
resolutions nos. 429 and 504 before a subcommittee of the
Committee on banking and currency. P t . 1-29. May 16,
1912-Feb. 26, 1913.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1913. 81 pamphlets.
28cm.
Index to parts 1-27: p. 2143-2198.
Arsene P. Pujo, chairman of subcommittee.
HG181.A4 1912
For reviews and additional statements by J. P. Morgan and co., H. P.
Davison, John G. Milburn and Walter F. Taylor for the New York
Stock Exchange, see Commercial and financial chronicle, Jan. 25,
1913, Feb. 1,1913, and Mar. 1,1913.

1137

Banking and currency reform.
Hearings before the Subcommittee of the Committee on
banking and currency, House of representatives, charged
with investigating plans of banking and currency reform
and reporting constructive legislation thereon. P t . 1-13,
Jan. 7-Feb. 28, 1913.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1913. IS pamphlets.
28\cm.

1138

Committee on rules. Banking and currency
conditions. Hearings on House res. 411, Feb. 12, 1912.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1912. 16 p.
23\cm.
Robert L. Henry, chairman.

1139

HG2481.A4

1912

Hearings on House resolution no.
238 authorizing the Monetary commission to investigate
financial institutions or corporations and report whether
they operate in restraint of trade and in violation of law.
Hearings July 27, 1911.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1911. lj. p. 28%cm.
Robert L. Henry, chairman.
Running title: Alleged combination of financial institutions.
Statements of Hon. Charles A. Lindbergh and Hon. John W. Weeks.
11-35665
HG2481.A4 1911

1140

Committee to investigate the concentration of
control of money and credit. Keport. Feb. 28, 1913.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1913. 258 p. charts. 28C7*.
(62d Cong., 3d sess. House. Rept. 1593. House calendar
no. 424.)




Views of the minority: p. 247-248; Views of Mr. McMorran: p. 249-258.
CONTENTS.—Part I. Introductory statement; Part II. Review of
evidence. 1. Clearing-house associations; 2. New York stock
exchange; 3. Concentration or control of money and credit; Part
III. Conclusions and recommendations.

UNITED STATES: PEESENT DAY PROBLEMS

1141

U. S. Congress. Senate. Committee on finance. Proposed
financial legislation. Statements of Hon. Franklin MacVeagh, secretary of the Treasury, and Hon. A. Piatt
Andrew, assistant secretary of the Treasury, before the
Committee on finance, United States Senate. Thursday,
January 26, 1911.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1911. 16 p.
23cm.
11-35192

U42

HJ257.A4

1911

National monetary commission. List of conferences
in London, Paris, and Berlin, held by representatives of
the National monetary commission, and of papers and
statistics to be prepared for the Commission. Corrected
up to January 30, 1909.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1909. 22 p.
23cm.
9-35196

1143

177

HG471.A4

1909

National monetary commission. Letter from
secretary of the National monetary commission, transmitting, pursuant to law, the report of the commission.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1912. 72 'p. 28%™. (62d
Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Doc. 243.)
Nelson W. Aldrich, chairman.
"A bill to incorporate the National reserve association of the United
States, and for other purposes": p. 43-71.
12-35122
HG471.A4 1912

1144

Treasury department. Annual report of the Secretary
of the treasury on the state of the finances for the fiscal
year ended June 30, 1911; June 30, 1912.
Washington, Gov't print, off., 1911-1913. 2 v. 23cm.
1911: "Banking and currency reform": p. 1-4. 1912: "Banking
and currency reform": p. 1-3; " Aldrich -Vreeland law": p. 4.
8-32556
HJ10.A3 1911-12

1144a U n t e r m y e r , Samuel. Is there a money trust?
Trend, Feb. 1912, v. 2: 465-475.
Address before the ''Finance forum" of New York.

1145

AP2.T75,v.2

Vanderlip, Frank A. Modern banking.
[New York, 1911.] 103 p. 18cm.
CONTENTS: What is a bank.—Story of national banks.—Safeguards
against panics.
12-18944
HG1611.V3

1146

Vreeland, Edward Butterfield. Address before the South
Carolina bankers' association, at Summerville, S. C, April,
1911.
[ Washington? 1911.] 38 p. 2Scm.




12-35178

HG2481.V82

178

LIBKABY OF CONGRESS

1147 Vreeland, Edward Butterfield. Banking and currency reform,
address to the Pennsylvania bankers7 association at Bedford Springs, Pa., September, 1909.
[Washington? 1911.] [20] p. incl. port. 23cm.
12-35177

1148

HG2481.V83

The central bank plan.
Moody's magazine, Oct. 1910, v. 10: 274-276.
HGl.M85,v.lO

1149

Currency and banking reform.
[New York? 19099] 8 p. 28cm.
Running title: Trust companies.
Address delivered June 24, 1909, before the Maryland bankers'
association.
From Trust companies, vol. ix, no. 2, August, 1909.
HG4341.T8,v.9
13-3629
HG2481.V832

1150

A modern banking system; address before the Business men's monetary conference of the National board of
trade, held at Washington, D. C, January 18, 1911.
[Washington? D. C, 1911.] SI p. 23cm.
13-3628

HG2481.V833

1151

Plan of the National monetary commission.
Case and comment, Nov. 1912, v. 19: 382-386.

1152

The plan of the National monetary commission for
the revision of our banking and currency laws. Speech in
the House of representatives, February 6, 1912.
Washington, [Govt, print, off.], 1912. 47 p. 23\™.
12-35353

1153

HG2481.V84

The reserve association of America.
American hankers1 association. Journal, Oct. 1911, v. 4*
245-254.
Discussion: p. 254-262.

HG1501.A8,v.4

1154 Wadsworth, P. G. The bicentral banking system. A
method designed to stabilize the country's banking and
credit.
Bankers' magazine, Nov. 1910, v. 81: 725-730.
HG1501.B3,v.81

1155 Wall, Alexander. The Aldrich plan: a possible monetary
gerrymander.
Journal of political economy, Jan. 1912, v. 20: 41~48-




A paper read before the Western economic association at Chicago,
Nov. 11, 1911.
HBl.J7,v.20

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179

1156

W a r b u r g , Paul M. Central bank of the United States.
American economic association. Publications, Apr. 1909, 3d
ser. v. 10: 338-358.
HBl.A5,Sdser.v.lO

1157

A central bank system and the United States of
America; an address delivered before the American economic association at Atlantic City, N. J., on December 30,
1908.
[n. p., 1908f] 16 p. 23™.
13-3G35

1158

HG2481.W35

Defects and needs of our banking system.
[New York, Oppenheimer printing co., 19071] 16 p.

22\cm.

A reprint of the article published by "The New York times" in its
Annual financial review of January 6, 1907.
13-3632
HG2481.W36

1159

A modified central bank of issue; a suggestion of a
bill.
New York, 1908. 24 p.
23cm.
13-3630

1160

HG2481.W37

A plan for a modified central bank.
[n. p.] 1907. cover-title, 7 p.
23cm.
13-3631

1161

HG2481.W38

A "United reserve bank of the United S t a t e s " ; a
plan and a reply. Advance sheets from Publications of
the Academy of political science, November, 1910.
New York, 1910. 45 p.
22\cm.
CA 11-1613 Unrev'd

1162

HG2481.W4

W a t t s , George Thomas. The National reserve association of
the United States; an analysis and criticism of the Aldrich
banking plan.
Billings, Mont., [The Gazette printing co., c1912.] 15, [1] p.
21cm.
12-7033

1163

HG2481. W42

Weeks, John Wingate. The work of the Monetary commission.
Textile world record, Oct. 1911, v. 42: 91-94.
TS1300.T36,v.42

1164

Welliver, Judson C. The central bank plan.
Pearson's magazine, Feb. 1910, v. 23: 170-176.




A popular descriptive account.

AP2.P35,v.23

180

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

1165 Wellman, Walter. The American financial union; suggestions for unifying the banks, the business and the government of the United States in a scientific and symmetrical
system for the support of confidence, the prevention, of
panics, the creation of an adequate and elastic currency . . .
[Washington, D. C, Judd & Detweiler, 1908.] 66p. 28\™.
12-29995

HG2481. W45

1166 White, Horace. Address on plans for monetary reform,
delivered at the Finance forum of the West side Y. M.
C. A., New York, November thirteen, nineteen-twelve.
[New York? 1912?] 24 p. 28™.
13-3670

1167 •

HG2481 .W485

Address on the need of a central bank, delivered at
the Finance forum of the West side Y. M. C. A., New
York, November 17, 1909.
[New York? 1909?] cover-title, 20 p. 28cm.
13-3634

HG2481.W48

1168 Williams, George Leroy. Our new finance; or, From barter
to the Aldrich plan; some brief explanations of the media
and economics of exchanges, account of lawful money,
and banking with reforms under way.
[Atlanta, Foote & Davies co., printers], 1912. 1 p. I., 1^5,
[1] p. 23cm.
12-4883

HG2481.W5

1169 Willis, Henry Parker. The banking question in Congress.
Journal of political economy, Nov. 1912, v. 20: 869-885.
HBl.J7,v.20

U70
\\7\

Demand for centralized banking.
Sound currency, Mar. 1902, v. 9: 1-24-

HG529.A3,v.9

Necessary changes in the national bank act.
Washington, D. C, The University, [1906]. cover-title,
p. [51]-65. 28\cm. {The George Washington university
publications. Politics and diplomacy series, vol. i, no. 5.)
Reprinted from the University bulletin, vol. iv, no. 4, p. 54-68.
13-3614
HG2481.W53

1172 Wing, Daniel Gould. Some phases of proposed financial legislation; address before the Beacon society of Boston,
March 4, 1911.
[Boston, The Chappie'press,191L] cover-title, 15 p. 28\cm.




11-7936

HG2481.W6

Also printed in National magazine, May, 1911, v. 34: 114-127.
AP2.N34,v.34

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1173

Wood, Edward R. As to Suggested plan for monetary legislation with detailed account of Bank of France; an appreciation of work of Senator Aldrich.
[Philadelphia? 1911?] 16 p.
23cm.
12-1468

1174

HG538.A5145

Wood, F . S. A central reserve bank.
Moody's magazine, Feb.-Apr. 1911, v. 11: 95-98;

261-266.

HGl.M85,v.ll

1175

Yates, Henry W. Against a central bank.
Chicago hanker, Oct. 9, 1909, v. 27: 5-6, 30; Jan. 1, 1910,
v. 28: 5-6, 30.

1175a

HG1501.C5,v.27

The Aldrich plan and the farmer.
Banking law journal, Feb. 1912, v. 29: 172-178.
Address before the Farmer's congress at Omaha, Jan. 11, 1912.

U76

Henry W. Yates on separate reserve associations.
Chicago banker, Aug. 31, 1912, v. 33: 19, 23.
"Urges a plan of monetary legislation which in reality is a substitute
for that proposed by the National monetary commission."
HG1501.C5,v.33

CRISES (PANICS)
(Supplementary to Bibliography by Hugh Williams in Burton's Financial crises,
1902, see item no. 1186.)

GENERAL
1177

Aftalion, Albert. La realite" des surproductions g6ne*rales;
essai d'une the*orie des crises g6ne*rales et p&iodiques.
Revue dleconomie politique, Oct. 1908, Feb.-Mar. 1909, v.
22: 696-706; v. 23: 81-117, 201-229.
HB3.R4,v.22,23

1178

Allen, W. H. Our huge debt to Europe: The real cause of
panics in the United States.
Moody's magazine, Jan. 1911, v. 11: 45-51.
HGl.M85,v.ll

1179

American academy of political and social science,
Philadelphia.
Lessons of the financial crisis.
Philadelphia, 1908. vi, 233 p. 26cm. (The annals of the
American academy of political and social science, v. xxxi,
no. 2.)




The panic as a world phenomenon, by F. A. Vanderlip: p. 2-7;
The panic of 1907 and some of its lessons, by M. T. Herrick: p. 8-25;
An elastic credit currency as a preventive of panics, by W. B.
Ridgely: p. 26-34; Panic preventions and cures, by H. W. Gates:
p. 98-112; The lessons of the panic of 1907, by S.Wexler: p. 148-153;
A national clearing house as a safeguard against panics, by J. M.
Elliott: p. 160-162.
8-11447
Hl.A4,v.31

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LIBKARY OF CONGRESS

1180 Bahr, Hermann. Rodbertus' Theorie der Absatzkri&en.
Vortrag.
Wien, C. Konegen, I884. S3 p. 23cm.
l-G-1921

Ein

HB3711.R65

1181 Blondel, Georges, fitudes sur les populations rurales de
1'Allemagne et la crise agraire, par Georges Blondel avec
la collaboration de Charles Brouilhet, fidouard Julhiet,
Lucien de Sainte Croix, Louis Quesnel.
Paris, L. Larose, 1897. xii, 522 p. fold, maps, fold, plans,
tab. 22\cm.
"Bibliographie": p. 511-514.
3-8094

HD655.B6

1182 Bouniatian, Mentor. Geschichte der Handelskrisen in
England im Zusammenhang mit der Entwicklung des
englischen Wirtschaftslebens 1640-1840.
Munchen, E. Reinhardt, 1908. 3 p. I., 312 p. inch tables.
21+cm. {Studien zur Theorie und Geschichte der Wirtschaftskrisen, 11.)
8-17206

1183

HB3783.B76

, Wirtschaftskrisen und Ueberkapitalisation. Eine
Untersuchung uber die Erscheinungsformen und Ursachen der periodischen Wirtschaftskrisen.
Munchen, E. Reinhardt, 1908. mi, 188 p. 2^cm. {Studien
zur Theorie und Geschichte der Wirtschaftskrisen, 1.)
8-17205

HB3727.B8

1184 Brown, Harry G. Typical commercial crisis versus a money
panic.
Yale review, Aug. 1910, v. 19: 168-176.
Hl.Y2,v.l9
1185 Burton, Theodore Elijah.

Financial crises.

(In American bankers' association. Proceedings, 1902. p. 172-175.)
HG1507.A5 1002

1186

••— Financial crises and periods of industrial and commercial depression.
New York, D. Appleton and company, 1902. ix, 392 p.
diagrs. 19icm.
Bibliography, by Hugh Williams: p. 347-377.
2-3922/3

HB3711.B0

1187 Clapp, Henry L. Panics.
American institute of banking. Bulletin, Aug. 1907, v. 9:
141-146.
HG1501.A7,v.&




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1188

C o n a n t , Charles Arthur. A history of modern banks of issue,
with an account of the economic crises of the nineteenth
century and the crisis of 1907. 4th ed., rev. and enl.
New York and London, G. P. Putnam's sons, 1909. xi,
751 p. 23™.
9-8819

1189

Crowell, Frank. How to forecast business and investment
conditions.
New York city, Ticker publishing company, [c1911]. 189 p.
18cm.
11-3967

1190

HF15.R4

Deville, Louis. Les crises de la bourse de Paris (1870-1910).
Paris, V. Giard & E. Briere, 1911. 2p. I., 89 p., 1I. 25%cm.
12-18253

1192

HB3711.C7

D e s E s s a r s , Pierre. Les crises 6conomiques.
Revue internationale du commerce, Mar. 31, 1904, 6. annee:
89-97.

1191

HG1851.C82

HB3788.D6

E n g l a n d , Minnie Throop. Fisher's theory of crises: a criticism.
Quarterly journal of economics, Nov. 1912, v. 27: 95-106.
HBl.Q3,v.27

1193

Eulenburg, Franz. DiegegenwartigeWirtschaftskrise. Symptome und Ursachen.
JaTirbucher fur Nationalokonomie und Statistik, Sept. 1902,
S. Folge, Bd. 24: 305-388.
HB5.J3,3d ser.,v.24

1194

Fairchild, Henry Pratt. Immigration and crises.
American economic review, Dec. 1911, v. 1: 753-765.

1195

Favre, Jean. La th6orie des crises en observation pfiriodique.
Monde economique, Dec. 7, 14, 1907, v. 17: 712, 746.
HB3.M7,v.l7

1196

Forbes, Francis B. Notes on the financial panic of 1907.
American statistical association. Publications, Mar. 1908, v.
11: 80-83.
HAl.A6,v.ll

1197

Frame, Andrew Jay. Address on panic panaceas before the
convention of the American bankers' association at Waldorf Astoria hotel, New York city, September 14, 15 and
16, 1904.
Waukesha, [19041 cover-title, IS p.
22cm.




6-2014

HB3743.F82

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UBEARY OF CONGRESS

P r a n c e . Commission des crises economiques (1908-1911).
Rapport prfeent6 au nom de la commission (1) sur les
indices des crises Economiques, par MM. Edmond Laurent
et Georges Cahen.
(In France. Journal officiel de la r6publique francaise, Sept. 3,
1909, Annexe, p. 1151-1162.)
Also printed separately.
J7.F2 1909 Annexe

1199

Gairdner, Charles. An enquiry into some of the causes of
fluctuations in trade. A lecture addressed to the Glasgow
institute of accountants and actuaries.
Glasgow, J. Maclehose, 1877. 85 p.
22cm.
Deals largely with panics, with special reference to the panic of 1873.
5-23629
HB3711.G2

1200

Gibson, Thomas. The cycles of speculation. 2d ed.
New York, Moody's magazine, 1909. 175, [3] p. diagrs.
19cm.
9-16898

HG6015.G48

1201

Holz, Hermann. Monetary panics: causes and remedies.
Moody's magazine, June, 1906, v. 2: 54-60.
HGl.M85,v.2

1202

Hiibener, Erhard. Die deutsche Wirtschaftskrisis von 1873.
Berlin, E. Ebering, g. m. b. h., 1905. llfi p., 2 I.
23\™.
(Rechts- und staatswissenschaftliche Studien, veroffentlicht
von Dr. E. Ebering. Hft. xxx.)
Uber Quellen und Denkmaler zur Geschichte der Wirtschaftskrisis
von 1873: p. 7-11.
5-36529
HB3789.H88

1203

Hull, George H. Industrial depressions; their causes analysed
and classified with a practical remedy for such as result
from industrial derangements; or, Iron the barometer of
trade.
New York, Frederick A. Stokes company, 1911. 1 p. Z.,
v-xiv p., 1 l, 287 p. incl. tables. 2 fold, diagr.
28cm.
11-29869

1204

Imbart de Latour, Joseph Jean Baptiste, comte. La crise
agricole en France et k F6tranger; 6tude de ses causes
techniques, Economiques, politiques et sociales et de leurs
remddes.
[Nevers, Imprimerie L. Cloix], 1900. 2 p. I., vii p., 1 I.,
[7]-372 p. charts (partly fold.)
25cm.
3-9125

1205

HB3711.H8

HB3731.A3I3

J o h a n n s e n , Nicholas A. L. J. A neglected point in connection with crises.
New York, The Bankers publishing co., 1908. 1 p. I., viii,
194 p. double col. chart.
22\cm.




8-26411

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CKISES

1206

J o n e s , Edward David. Economic crises.
New York & London, The Macmillan co., 1900. v, 251 p.
19cm. (The citizen's library of economics, politics and
sociology.)
Bibliography: p. 225-245.
Aug. 2, 1900—88

120T

Karmin, Otto. Vier Thesen zur Lehre von den Wirtschaftskrisen.
Heidelberg, C. Winter, 1905. viii, 78 p.
2Scm.
6-28144

1208

HB3711.J8

HB3716.K22

Kinley, David. Treasury relief in times of crisis.
Rand McNally bankers' monthly, Mar. 1911, v. 28: 29-32.
HG1501.R2,v.28

1209

Lescure, Jean. Des crises g6ne>ales et peViodiques de surproduction. 2. 6d. (rev., cor. et mise au courant).
Paris, L. Larose & L. Tenin, 1910. 1 p. I., 5-620, x p. incl.
tables, fold, diagr.
23cm.
(Bibliotheque
d'economie
politique et de sociologie, in.)
"Bibliographie": p. i-x.
11-27874

1210

M a r t i n , Rudolf Emil. Die wirtschaftliche Krisis der Gegenwart
Leipzig, W. Klinkhardt, 1907. 80 p.
23\™.
8-3936

1211

HG1501.R2,v.31

Ottolenghi, Costantino. Delle perturbazioni economiche.
Torino [etc.] Fratelli Bocca, 1901. cover-title, 82 p., 1 I. incl.
diagrs. 23\cm.
(Biblioteca di scienze sociali. vol. xxxiv.)
"Bibliografia": p. 81-82.
3-23329

1214

HB3711.M4

Morris, Robert. The causes of industrial crises.
Band-McNally
bankers' monthly, Aug.-Sept. 1905, v. 31:
79-82.

1213

HB3717.1907.M3

May, R. E. Das Grundgesetz der Wirtschaftskrisen und ihr
Vorbeugemittel im Zeitalter des Monopols.
Berlin, F. Dummler, 1902. 4 P- ^> 14® P- 5 tab., chart.
22icm.
3-14957

1212

HB3711.L7

HB3711.089

Picard, Roger. Les crises 6conomiques et le chdmage.
Revue socialiste, June 15, 1912, v. 55: 512-521.




HX5.R4,v.55

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1215 Pohle, Ludwig. Bevolkerungsbewegung, Kapitalbildung und
periodische Wirtschaftskrisen. Eine Betrachtung, der
Ursachen und sozialen Wirkungen der modernen
Industrie- und Handelskrisen mit besonderer Berucksichtigung der Kartellfrage.
Gottingen, Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1902. 92 p. 23cm.
"Anmerkungen": p. 41-92.
3-25421

HB3711.P74

1216 Reynolds, George McClelland. Safeguards against recurring
panics. Address, before the delegates to the convention
of the Texas bankers' association, held in Dallas, Texas,
Tuesday, May sixteenth, nineteen eleven.
[Chicago? 1911.] 1 p. I, 26 p. 2Scm.
12-29075

HG2481.R42

1217 Roberts, George E. The next reform—Banking. Why we
have panics and how to prevent them.
Everybody's magazine, Mar. 1912, v. 26: 412-420.
AP2.E9,v.26

1218 Rodbertus, Johann Karl. Overproduction and crises. Tr.
by Julia Franklin, with an introduction by John B. Clark.
London, 8. Sonnenschein & co., Urn.; New York, C. Scribner's sons, 1898. 2 p. I., 140 p. 19\cm. (Social science
series. 92.)
6-14804

HB3711.R68

1219 Roulleau, G. L'abus du credit aux fitats-Unis et la th^orie
des crises.
Societe de statistique de Paris. Journal, Mar. April, 1908,
v. 49: 92-98, 115-122.
HAi.se,v.49
1220 Ryner, Ira. On the crises of 1837, 1847, and 1857, in England, France, and the United States: an analysis and.
comparison.
(In Nebraska. University. University studies. Lincoln, 1905.
23C1B. v. 5, no. 2, p. 143-189.)
Bibliography: p. 188-189.
6-5714
AS36.N2

1221 Sayous, Andr6 E. La crise allemande de 1900-1902; le
charbon, le fer & Pacier.
Paris, L. Larose; [etc., etc.] 190S. xv, 877 p. 19em. (Bibliotheque du Musee social.)
3-19920

HB3789.S2

1222 Souchon, A. La derni&re enqufite royale sur la crise agricole
en Angleterre.
Revue dJ economic politique, May, 1900, v. 14: 421-455-.




HB3.R4,v.l4

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OEISES

1223

S p r a g u e , Oliver Mitchell Wentworth. History of crises under
the national banking system.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1910. v, 4$4 V- fold, tables.
281™. (U. S. 61st Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Doc. 588.)
At head of title: National monetary commission.
10-35899

1224

Die S t o r u n g e n im deutschen Wirtschaftsleben wahrend der
Jahre 1900 ff. Vom Verein fur Socialpolitik herausgegeben.
Leipzig, Duncker & Humblot, 1908. 8 v. in ^. diagrs.
(1 fold.) 22cm.
(Schriften des Vereins fur Socialpolitik.
cv-cxn.)
See especially v. 6, 7, 8.
4-31379*

1225

HB3743.S7

Taylor, William George Langworthy.
economic crises.

HB5.V4,v. 105-112

The kinetic theory of

(In Nebraska. University studies. Lincoln, [1904]. 23 cai . v. 4,
no. 1, p. 1-77.)
4-9360
AS36.N2

1226

Turner, W. Trade booms and crises.
Westminster review, Jan. 1918, v. 179:16-24.

AP4.W5,v.l70

1227

Vanderlip, Frank A. Safe-guards against panics.
American hankers1 association. Journal, Oct. 1911. v. 4:
232-283, 236-239.
HGl501.A8,v.4

1228

Vergne, P . La p6riodicit6 des crises en France.
Reforme economique, Jan. 5,1902, v. 11:12-13.
HB3.B3,v.ll

1229

Vialles, Pierre. La consommation et les crises 6conomiques.
Paris, V. Giard & E. Briere, 1903. £63, [1] p.
28cm.
3-21158

1230

Wallace, Alfred Russel. The depression of trade, its causes
and its remedies.
Edinburgh, Co-operative printing company, limited, 1886. Ifi
p. 18icm.
(Claims of labour lectures, no. 4.)
5-35163f

1231

HB3721.V6

HC255.W18

Wolflf, Julius. Die Ursachen der argentinischen Krisis in
1901 und 1902.
Buenos Aires, G. van Woerden cfe da., [190$. 80 p.
22cm.
(Veroffentlichungen der Deutschen akademischen Vereinigvxig zu Buenos Aires. 1. Bd. vm. Eft.)




9-21904

F2801.D48

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1232 Yates, Henry W. Panic preventions and cures.
American academy of political and social science. Annals,
Mar. 1908, v. 81: 398-412.
Draws illustrations from the panic of 1903.

Hl.A4,v.31

1233 ZoUa, Daniel. La crise agricole dans ses rapports avec la
baisse des prix et la question mon^taire.
Paris, C. Naud, 1908. 246 p., 1 I. incl. diagrs. 22cm.
(BibliotMque generate des sciences.)
CONTENTS.—Introduction.—La baisse de prix des principaux
produits agricoles depuis vingt ans.—Les causes de la baisse des
prix.—Les remedes.—La ported sociale de la crise agricole.
3-20397
HB3731.A3Z7

1857
1234 Dunbar, Charles Franklin. Economic essays, ed. by O. M. W.
Sprague, with an introduction by F. W. Taussig.
New York} London, The Macmillan company, 1904. xvii,
S72 p. 28$cm.
The crisis of 1857.-—The crisis of 1860.
4-33094

HG153.D9

1235 Gibbons, J. S. The panic of 1857.
Moody's magazine, Sept. 1907, v. 4: 870-888.
"Reprinted from 'Banks of New York . . .' by J. S. Gibbons, 1872
. . . now out of print."
HGl.M85,v.4

1236 Selwyn-Brown, Arthur. The financial panic of 1857 and
present conditions.
Moody's magazine, Mar. 1911, v. 11: 189-193.
HGl.M85,v.ll

1866
1237 Baxter, Robert. The panic of 1866 with its lessons on the
currency act.
London, Longmans, Green, and co., 1866. xiii, 100 p. 18\cm.
6-33337f

HB3783.B3

1238 Pike, James Shepherd. The financial crisis: its evils and their
remedy.
New York, 1867. 38 p. 23cm.
"Republished from the New York tribune."
6-11465f

1873
1239 Reynolds, Marc M. The panic of 1873.
Moody's magazine, Nov. 1909, v. 8: 367-870.

HB3743.P63

HGl.M85,v.8

1240 Yaple, Alfred. The money crisis: its causes and remedy.
Cincinnati, R. Clarke & co., 1878. 1 p. I., [6]-22 p. 24cm.




6-11460t

HB3731.M7Y3

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CBISES

1893
1241 Dewey, Davis Rich. The panic of '93: a retrospect.
Harper's weekly, Dec. 21, 1907, v. 51: 1891.
This is made u p of excerpts from Dewey's work "National problems" with comments.
AP2.H32,v.51

1242

Henderson, John Brooks. The financial panic of 1893. Its
causes and its cure. Letter to the secretary of the
Treasury.
[Washington? 1898.] cover-title, 14 p.
23icm.
7-5803f

1243

HG529 H4

Justice, Theodore. The ruinous panic of 1893.
American economist, Oct. 9, 1908, v. 42: 177-178.
HC101.A5,v.42

1244

Lauck, William Jett. The causes of the panic of 1893
Boston and New York, Houghton, Mifflin and company, 1907.
xii p., 1 1., 122 p., 1 I. incl. charts, tables. 21cm.
(Hart,
S chaffner & Marx prize essays.)
CONTENTS.—Introduction.—Business and trade conditions in the
United States, 1884-1890.—The silver movement in the United
States.—Growth of speculation in Great Britain and British gambling in Argentina.—Industrial and financial conditions in France
and Germany, 1884-1890.—The panic of 1890.—Recovery from
the panic of 1890 and financial conditions in the United States,
1891-1893.—The crisis of 1893.—The cause of the crisis of 1893.
7-22103
HB3717.1893.L2

1245

MacVeagh, Franklin. The Wilson bill and the panic of 1893.
Address delivered in Chicago, 111., September 1, 1894, in
opening his campaign as democratic candidate for United
States senator.
I Washington, Govt, print, off., 1911.] 12 p. 2S\cm.
([ V. S.]
62d Cong., 1st sess. Senate. Doc. 69.)
11-35610

1246

HF1755.M255

Philbrick, Francis Samuel.
crisis of 1893.

The mercantile conditions of the

(In Nebraska. University. University studies.
23 c m . v. 2, no. 4, p . 299-320.)
4-4252

Lincoln,

[1902].

AS36.N2

1901
1247
1248

The Contest for control of Northern Pacific.
Railway age, May 17, 1901, v. 81: 530.

TPl.R2,v.3l

The Panic in the stock market.
American banker, May 11, 1901, v. 66: 917.




See also pages 915-916.

HGU501.A5,v.66

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1249 [Panic in the stock market.]
Commercial and financial chronicle, quotation supplement,
June 8, 1901, v. 72: 19-20.
HGl.C7,v.72
1250 The Recent flurry in Wall street.
Bankers' magazine, June, 1901, v. 62: 793-794HG1501.B3,v.62

1251 What did it?
Commercial and financial chronicle, May 18, 1901, v. 72:
958-959.
HGl.C7,v.72
1903
1251a Bubbles old and new.
Nation, Oct. 22, 1903, v. 77: 316-317.
Draws a comparison between the panic of 1903 and the times of John
Law.
AP2.N2,v.77

1252 Carver, T. N. Suggestion for a theory of industrial depression.
Quarterly journal of economics, May, 1903, v. 17: ^97-500.
HBl.Q3,v.l7

1253 Chicago federation of labor. The cause of industrial panics
in the United States.
Chicago, Clohesey & co., printers, [1908f\. 2 p. I., [3]-127 p.
2 port. (incl. front)
17cm.
Introductory note signed: Committee: T. P. Quinn, R. G. Wall,
C. V. Peterson.
Replies of various economists to the inquiries of the committee of the
Chicago federation of labor.
9-8083
HB3743.C6

1254 Cleveland, F. A. Is the United States treasury responsible
for the present monetary disturbance?
American academy of political and social science. Annals,
Nov. 1902, v. 20: 493-517.
Hl.A4,v.20
1255 Clews, Henry. Wall Street's wild speculation; 1900-1904.
Cosmopolitan magazine, Aug. 1904, v. 37: 4^4~4^0.
AP2.C8,v.37

1256 The Effect of the falling stock market on business.
World's work, Sept. 1903, v. 6: 3837-3840.
AP2.W8,v.6
1257 Individual responsibility for panics.
World's work, Jan. 1903, v. 5: 2941-2943.

AP2.W8,v.5

1258 Noyes, A. D. Commercial panics past and future.
Atlantic monthly, Oct. 1906, v. 98: 433-445.
AP2.A8,v.98
1259 The Roosevelt panic and its predecessor.
Harpers1 weekly, Dec. 7, 1907, v. 51: 1787-1788.




AP2.H32v.51

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CKISES

1260

Woodloek, T. F . Has the tide of prosperity turned?
Independent, Nov. 12, 1903, v. 55: 2664-2666.
AP2.l53,v.55
1907

1261

Albert, John C. Roosevelt and the money power; responsibility of dishonest high finance for the panic of 1907.
New York, 1907. 110 p. 15\ x 8%™.
8-16435

1262
1263
1264

HB3717.1907.A5

Allen, W. H. What caused the panic?
Sewanee review, Jan. 1908y v. 16: 85-103.
The American crisis.
Statist, Dec. 21, 1907, v. 60: 1167-1168.

AP2.S5,v.l6
HGll.S8,v.60

The American crisis of 1907 and emergency currency.
Bankers1 magazine {London), Nov. 1908, v. 86: 545-552.
HG1503.B2,v.86

1265

Andrew, Abram Piatt. L'AmSrique approche-t-elle d'une
nouvelle crise?
Revue economique internationale, Jan. 15-20, 1907, 4'
annee, v. 1: 125-134.
HB3.R5,4.annSe,v.l

1266

Hoarding in the panic of 1907.
Quarterly journal of economics, Feb. 1908, v. 22: 290-299.

1267

Substitutes for cash in the panic of 1907.
[Boston, G. H. Ellis, 1908.] cover-title, [497]-516 p.
fold. tab. 28%cm.

HBl.Q3,v.22

4 pi,

Reprinted from the Quarterly journal of economics, August, 1908,
v. 22: 497-516.
HBl.Q3,v.22
8-30774
HG538.A62
Also printed in American economic association quarterly, Apr.
1908, 3d ser., v. 9: 218-237.
HBl.A5,3dser.,v.9

1268

The United States Treasury and the money market.
The partial responsibility of Secretaries Gage and Shaw
for the crisis of 1907.
[Boston? 1907?] 14 p. 23™.

1269

Caldwell, George B. What we may learn from panics.
Rand-McNaUy bankers' monthly, June, 1908, v. 36: 351-357.

8-27542

HG2481.A62

HG1501.R2,v.36

1270

Cannon, James Graham. Clearing house loan certificates
and substitutes for money used during the panic of 1907,
with suggestions for an emergency currency based upon
such loan certificates. Delivered before the Finance
forum, New York city, March 30, 1910.
[New York, The Trow press, 1910?] SI p. facsims.
2Scm.
11-10032
86054°—13




13

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1271

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Clews, Henry. The financial and trade situation, past,
present and future, reviewing the crisis of 1907, with
causes and remedies; an address delivered at the annual
meeting of the Pittsburg chapter, American institute of
banking, at Pittsburg, Pa., on Tuesday evening, February
25, 1908.
[n. p., 1908.] 16 p.
20cm.
8-30742

1272

HB3717.1907.C6

C o n a n t , Charles A. The crisis of 1907.
Bankers' magazine, May, 1908, v. 76: 667-677.
HG1501.B3,v.76

1273

Crises, can they be foreseen?
Bankers' magazine (London), Aug. 1908, v. 86: 121-125.
HG1503.B2,v.86

1274

C r o s s , J. W. Over Niagara: and after?
Nineteenth century and after, Dec. 1907, v. 62: 905-914.
AP4.N7,v.62

1275

Crozier, Alfred O. The recent panic and the present deadly
peril to American prosperity.
Arena, Mar. 1908, v. 39: 272-275.
AP2.A6,v.39

1276

Edwards, Adolph. The Roosevelt panic of 1907.
New York, Anitrock publishing company, 1907.
15cm.
7-38581

1277
1278

E m e r y , Henry C. Some lessons of the panic.
Yale review, Feb. 1908, v. 16: 84I-854.

128 p.

HB3717.1907.E3

Hl.Y2,v.l6

E n g l a n d , P . W. Price movements during financial panics.
Moody''s magazine, Feb. 1908, v. 5: 191-195.
"An analysis and comparison of the panics of May, 1901, and March,
1907, with general deductions."
HGl.M85,v.5

1279

Gould, G. B. The United States steel corporation and the
panic of 1907.
Yale review, Aug. 1910, v. 19: 177-187.
Hl.Y2,v.l9

1280

Griffin, Albert. How to make commercial panics impossible.
Arena, Apr. 1908, v. 89: 409-416.
AP2.A6,v.39

1281

G u y o t , Yves. La crise am&icaine; ses effets et ses causes.
Paris, F. Alcan, 1908. 84 p. 24™.




"Extrait de la Revue [Internationale] du commerce de Pindustrie
et de la banque, du 31 dScembre 1907."
HF15.K4,v.9
8-19422
HB3717.1907.G8

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CKISES

1282

H e r r i c k , Clay. Lessons of the panic of 1907: views of
prominent trust company officials. Comment.
Bankers7 magazine, July, 1908, v. 77: 19-24-

1283

The Illegal currency in the panic of 1907.
Economist {London), Sept 26, 1908, v. 67:

HG1501.B3,v.77

568-569.
HGll.E2,v.67

1284

The I s s u e of clearing-house certificates during the panic.
Commercial and financial chronicle, May 30, 1908, v. 86:
1814-1315.
HGl.C7,v.86

1285

J o h n s o n , Joseph French. The crisis and panic of 1907.
Political science quarterly, Sept. 1908, v. 23: 45^-^67.
Hl.P8,v.23

1286

1287

K e y s , C. M. A bulwark against panic: how a properly
guarded savings-bank system in New York weathered the
storm.
World's work, Mar. 1908, v. 15: 9979-9986.
AP2.W8,v.l5
The house of Morgan.
World's work (London), Feb. 1908, v. 11: 231-242.
AP4.W85,v.ll

1288

[Kinnear, Peter.] Wrecking the nation; the crime of 1907-8,
true causes of the panic stringency of money and idleness
of millions of men.
Columbus, 0., Co-operative publishing co., [c1908]. 2 p. I.,
[3]-Up.
19±™.
8-5165

1289

HB3717.1907.K6

Marburg, Theodore. The panic and the present depression:
address delivered before the American academy of political
and social science, Philadelphia, April 10, 1908.
[Philadelphia? 1908.] 23 p.
16cm.
8-26352

HB3717.1908.M3

1290

Meyer, Eugene, jr. The New York stock exchange and the
panic of 1907.
Yale review, May, 1909, v. 18: 84.-46.
Hl.Y2,v.l8

1291

Noyes, Alexander D. The late panic passes in review.
Chicago banker, Mar. 28,1908, v. 24:28-29, 31.
HG1501.C5,v.24

1292
1293

The progress of financial recovery.
Forum, Oct. 1908, v. 40: 815-834.

AP2.F8,v.40

The recovery from the recent panic.
Forum, Apr.-June, 1908, v. 89:478-502.

AP2.F8,v.39




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1294 Noyes, Alexander D. A retrospect of the American panic.
Bankers' magazine {London), Mar. 1908, v. 85: 876-386.
HG1503.B2,v.85

1295

A year after the panic of 1907.
Quarterly journal of economics, Feb. 1909, v. 23:185-212.
"The fact of genuine and encouraging progress towards a normal
state of things is already well established. That progress I have
shown, moreover, to have been achieved through attacking the
true cause of the crisis of 1907. That cause was not an imperfect American currency, nor "President Roosevelt," nor even,
primarily, unsound banking practice at New York, but the extravagant over-exploiting of capital and credit throughout the
industrial world."
HBl.Q3,v.23

1296 Les Oiigines de la crise Sconomique de 1907-1908 et les
conditions n^cessaires de la reprise des affaires.
Beforme economique, Dec. 11, 1908, v. 17: 1329-1331.
HB3.R3,v.l7

1297 Salland, Otto. The crisis in the United States.
International, June, 1908, v. 2:182-186.

AP4.l5,v.2

1298 Seligman, Edwin R. A. The crisis of 1907 in the light of
history.
{In The Currency problem and the present financial situation.
New York, 1908. 23i cm . p. ix-xxvii.)
HG538.C94

1299 Sprague, O. M. W. The American crisis of 1907.
Economic journal, Sept. 1908, v. 18: 353-372.
HBl.E3,v.l8
1299a U. S. Congress. House. Committee on investigation of
United States steel corporation. United States steel corporation. Hearings. No. 1-63. May27,1911-Apr.l3,1912.
Washington, [Govt, print, off.], 1911-1912. 5 v. 23\™.




Augustus O. Stanley, chairman.
Paged continuously.
"Summary of report of the commissioner of corporations on the steel
industry. Part 1. Organization, investment, profits, and position
of the United States steel corporation. July 1, 1911": at end of
vol. containing no. 1-9.
No. 16 includes a reprint of "Absorption of the Tennessee coal &
iron co. Views of Messrs. Culberson, Kittredge, Overman, Rayner, Bacon, Nelson, and Foraker, of the Senate Committee on the
judiciary, together with the hearings held before a subcommittee,
in relation to the absorption of the Tennessee coal & iron co. by
the United States steel corporation." 60th Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Rept. 1110, pt. 2. (p. 1119-1224).
Consult General index under Panic.
11-26905
HD2769.SQA5 1911b

195

CRISES

1300 TJ. S. Treasury dept. Refusal of national banks in New
York city to furnish currency for needs of interior banks.
Letter from the secretary of the Treasury, transmitting,
in response to a Senate resolution of February 18, 1908,
copies of all letters and telegrams received by the secretary
and the treasurer relative to the refusal.
[Washington, Gov't print off., 1908.] 31 p. 23cm. {60th
Cong., 1st sess. Senate. Doc. 4.35.)
8-35416

1301

HG2553.A4

1908

Response of the secretary of the Treasury
to Senate resolution no. 33 of December 12, 1907, calling
for certain information in regard to Treasury operations,
United States depositaries, the condition of national
banks, etc.
Washington, Gov't print, off., 1908. 232 p. 28cm. (60th
Cong., 1st sess. Senate. Doc. 208.)
George B. Cortelyou, secretary.
Concerning business conditions, March, Oct. and Nov. 1907; deposits
of public money in national banks; Panama canal bond issue; clearing house certificates, etc., etc.
8-35105
HG2481.A4 1008

1302 The United States: the crisis and the outlook: Mr. Hepburn's views.
Economist {London), Jan. 4, 1908, v. 66: 18-19.
HGll.E2,v.66

1303 Withers, Hartley. The late American crisis.
Cornhill magazine, Feb. 1908, n. 8. v. 24:213-223.




AP4.C8,n.s.v.24

GUARANTY OF BANK

DEPOSITS

1304

Adair, John A. M. Speech in the House, Jan. 23, 1908,
introducing " a bill to secure depositors in national banks
against loss."
Congressional record, 60th Congressj 1st session, v.
pt. 2:
1054-1058.
Jll.R5,v.42,pt.2

1305

Allis, C. F. The insurance or guaranty of national bank
deposits.
(In American bankers' association. Proceedings, 1905. p. 138-144.)
Discussion, p. 144-148.
HG1507.A5 1905

1306

Bankers' magazine, New York. Among the numerous
articles published in this magazine on the guaranty of
deposits the following have been noted:
v. 62: 585-587, Charles T. Raymond: 645-647.
v. 69: 790-792, James C. Hallock.
v. 70: 167-168; 361-362, Eugene T. Wilson,
v. 71: 322-323; 399-400, W. E. Cook; 431-133, James C. Hallock.
v. 72: 96-99, Charles W. Reihl.
v. 76: 27-28 (Oklahoma); 163-166, Charles W. Stevenson; 487-490,
Fred R. Fairchild; 564, Earl D. Howard,
v. 77: 67-68, H. M. P. Eckardt; 399-400.
v. 78: 78-79, Raymond V. Phelan; 179-184; 1014.
v. 82: 161-162, U. S. Supreme court decision.
HG1601.B3

1307

Bryan, William Jennings. The government should issue
notes and guarantee bank deposits.
Journal of accountancy, Mar. 1908, v. 5:
366-379.
Address before the Economic club of New York, Feb. 5, 1908.
HF5601.J7,v.5

1308

Guaranteed deposits. Delivered in Topeka, Kansas,
August 27, 1908.
(In his Speeches. New York, 1911. 17icm. v. 2, p. 143-163.)

1309

Buchanan, James I. Government guaranty of deposits.
Trust companies, Sept. 1908, v. 7: 544-547.
HG4341.T8,v.7

1310

Chicago banker. Among the numerous articles published in
this magazine on the guaranty of deposits the following
have been noted:
v. 24, Jan. 4, 1908: 16, 21-22, John Schuette; Jan. 18, 1908: 12-13,
Jan. 25, 1908: 12-13, Feb. 1, 1908: 12-13, John A. Pitts; Feb. 1,
1908: 5-6 (Oklahoma); Feb. 8, 1908: 17-18, Earl D. Howard;
Feb. 15, 1908: 28, S. S. Cook; Feb. 22, 1908: 28-29, Andrew J.
196




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197

Frame; Mar. 14, 1908: 20, A. F. Wood; Mar. 21, 190S: 5-6, Henry
W. Yates; Apr. 4, 1908: 20, J. W. Berryman; May 16, 1908: 16-17,
D. G. Bellows; June 6, 1908: 29 (Germany); June 6, 190S: 21-23,
George W. Armstrong.
V. 25, 1908, July 4: 13, 31; July 11: 28-29; July 18: 18-19, 25, C. F.
Hamsher; July 11, 1908: 23-25, E. L. Abel; Aug. 8, 1908: 19; Aug.
15, 1908: 5-6, D. L. Heinsheimer; Aug. 22, 1908: 22-23, C. H.
Church; Aug. 29, 1908: 5-7, A. C. Shallenberger (Nebraska); 8-9;
11 (Oklahoma); 22, W. E. Otis (Kansas); 23, C. H. Church; Sept. 5,
1908: 7, George Banta (New York); 17, J. C. Hopper; Sept. 12,
1908: 19-21, James I. Buchanan; 24, Festus J. Wade; Sept. 19,
1908: 17, C. H. Church; 22, George M. Coffin; 27 (Kansas); 28*29,
Henry W. Yates; Sept. 26, 1908: 17-19; Oct. 10, 1908: 28-29,
J. Laurence Laughlin; Sept. 26, 1908: 6-9, William Sherer; Oct. 3,
1908: 47, C. H. Huttig; Oct. 10, 1908: 13, George L. Kreeck;
Nov. 14, 1908:17-20, C. R. Wheeler, Harold W. Dorn, H. Russell
Ross; Nov. 21, 1908: 18, John Schuette.
V. 26, Apr. 17, 1909: 9 (Nebraska),
v. 27, July 3, 1909: 5,15, Festus J. Wade,
y. 28, Feb. 19, 1910: 17-18, James K. Ilsley (Oklahoma),
v. 29, Oct. 1, 1910: 18-20, 25, John D. Haskell,
v. 30, Apr. 1, 1911: 28-29 (Montana and Pennsylvania); Apr. 22,
1911: 17-18, 21, John D. Walker; July 15, 1911: 17-18, 21, 23,
H. L. Ekern (Wisconsin).
HG1501C5
1311

Clews, Henry. No government guarantee of bank deposits
and no ownership of railroads by the government. An
address delivered at the annual meeting of the American
institute of banking, Baltimore chapter, Baltimore, Md.
October 13, 1908.
[New YorM 1908.]
14 p.
20i™.
8-30902
HG1782.TJ6C6

1312

Collins, George Robert. The vacant field. A business
proposition of the twentieth century.
[Kansas Cityt Mo.], c1900.
31 p.
28kcm.
Proposes the establishment of a "Bank depositors protective association."
June 29, 1900-29
HG1662.05C7

1313

Cooke, Thornton. The insurance of bank deposits in the
West.
Quarterly journal of economics, Nov. 1909, Feb. 1910, v. 24:
85-108, 327-391.
HBi.Q3,v.24

1314

Cornwell, William C. Government guaranty of bank deposits: a consideration.
Moody's magazine, Nov. 1908y v. 6: 357-360.
HGl.M85,v.6

1315

Crawford, Coe I. Voluntary bank deposit insurance.
Independent, Mar. 18, 1909, v. 66: 570-574.
AP2.l53,v.6Q




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1316

The D a n i s h banking position and the government's guarantee.
Economist (London), Dec. 26, 1908, v. 67: 1230-1231.
HGll.E2,v.67

1317

F e d e r a l guarantee of bank deposits: For John G. McHenry;
Against J. I. Buchanan.
Banker, Sept. 1908, v. 20: 225-231.
HGl501.B2,v.20

1318 *Flagg, Azariah C. A few historical facts respecting the establishment and progress of banks and the business of banking
in the state of New York, from the adoption of the Constitution in 1777 to 1864.
[Brooklyn], 1868. iv, 91 p.
2S\™.
Gives a survey of the history of the safety fund system.

1319

F l y n n , Dennis T. Noble state bank, a corporation, plaintiff
in error, vs. C. N. Haskell, G. W. Bellamy, J. P . Conners,
J. A. Menefee, M. E. Trapp, and H. H. Smock, defendants
in error. Brief for plaintiff in erro£. D. T. Flynn, J. B.
Dudley and C. B. Ames, attorneys fo* plaintiff in error.
[n. p., 1908.] cover-title, 89 p.
23\™.
At head of title: In the Supreme court of the United States. October term 1908.
9-35395
HG1782.TJ6F6

1320

P o r g a n , Jarftes Berwick. Should national bank deposits be
guaranteed by the government or by a deposit with the
government—in either case the necessary fund to be raised
by taxing all the banks on their deposits? An address
delivered before the annual meeting of group two of the
Bankers' association of the state of Illinois, held at Peoria,
June 11, 1908.
[Chicago? 1908?] 28 p., 1 I. 23$™.
Addendum: Benefits claimed to be derived from guaranty of bank
deposits, summarized by Hon. A. H. Revell, reviewed by James B.
Forgan.
9-14518
HG1782.TJ6F8

1321

Fowler, Charles N. Financial and currency legislation.
Speech in the House of representatives, Jan. 27, 1908.
Washington, [Govt, print, off.], 1908. 76 p.
28cm.
Deals mainly with the guaranty of bank deposits.

1322

F r a m e , Andrew Jay. Insuring bank deposits is purely theoretical, impractical, revolutionary and fatal to conservatism; history condemns it, as presented at the annual
banquet of the Cincinnati bankers' club, February 8, 1908,
also presented as amended at the State bankers' association of Iowa, June 11, 1908.
[Waukesha? Wis., 1908?] cover-title, 15, [1] p.
22\cm.




Introduced into a speech by Senator Smoot, Feb. 28, 1908, see Congressional record, 60th Cong. 1st sess., v. 42.
9-8061
HG1782.XJ6F85

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1323

Frame, Andrew Jay. Insuring bank deposits is purely theoretical, impractical, revolutionary and fatal to conservatism, history condems it. Oklahoma experiences to date.
[Philadelphia? 1911.] cover-title. 6 p.
25hcm.
"Reprint from 'The Progressive American' for May, 1911."
HG1782.U6F87

1324

1325

The Guarantee of bank deposits.
Nation, Sept. 8, 1908, v. 87: 220-221.

AP2.N2,v.87

The Guaranty of bank deposits.
Worlds work, Nov. 1908, v. 17: 10874-10877.

AP2.W8,v.l7

1326

Hardy, Rufus. Speech in the House, Mar. 18, 1908, on the
guaranty of bank deposits.
Congressional record, 60th Cong., 1st sess., v. 1$, pt. 4' 35108518.
Jll.R5,v.42,pt.4

1327

Harger, Charles Moreau. The West and guaranty of deposits.
Independent, June 10, 1909, v. 66: 1268-127L
AP2.I53,v.66

1328

Heinsheimer, D. L. Insuring bank deposits.
Commoner, Aug. 5, 1910, v. 10: 6.

1329

Herrick, Myron T. The guarantee of bank deposits; address
before Nebraska bankers' association at Lincoln, Neb.,
September, 25th, 1908.
[Cleveland? 0., 1908?] cover-title, 19 p.
21\™.
9-9082

HG1782.TT6H5

1330

Hooke, Charles W. A short view of the guaranty question.
Moody's magazine, Sept. 1908, v. 6: 179-183.
HGl.M85,v.6

1331

Hurlburt, C. G. The state bank guarantee law.
American banker, Aug. 81, 1912, v. 77: 2984-2985.
HG1501.A5,v.77

1332

Ilsley, J. K. Guarantee of deposits.
American institute of banking. Bulletin,
70-78.

1333

Feb. 1910, v. 18:
HG1501.A7,v.l3

Guaranty of deposits under Oklahoma law.
Commercial west, Nov. 6, 1909, v. 16: 19-20, 85.
HFl.C8,v.l6

1334

Indiana bankers' association. Deposit guarantee. The
question discussed by Indianapolis and Chicago chapters.
American institute of banking. Bulletin, Dec. 1908, v. 2:
478-487.
HG1501.A7,v.2




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LIBEARY OF CONGRESS

Jones, Breckinridge. Government guaranty of deposits a
specious plea.
Trust companies, Sept. 1908, v. 7: 540-541*
HG4341.T8,v.7

1336

Kane, T. P . What about stockholders. Another phase of
the bank guaranty proposition.
American institute of bankers. Bulletin, Nov. 1908, v. 2:
427-^29.
HG1501.A7,v.2

1336a K a n s a s . Laws, statutes, etc. Session laws, 1909.
Topeka, State printing office, 1909. xxxii, 712 p.

23\™.

"Chapter 61. Creating guaranty fund for security of deposits. Approved March 6, 1909": p. 96-103.

1337

Kinley, David. Objections to bank-deposit insurance.
American review of reviews, Mar. 1908, v. 37: 345-347.
AP2.R4,v.37

1338

Laughlin, James Laurence. Guaranty of bank deposits.
Scribnerys magazine, July, 1908, v. 44: 101-109.
AP2.S4,v.44

1339

Guaranty of bank deposits; an address before the
State bankers' association of Nebraska at Lincoln,
Nebraska, Sept. 25, 1908.
[Lincoln? 1908.] 16 p. 23$™.
9-1407

HG1781.L3

1340

McCaleb, Walter Flavius. Guarantee or insurance of bank
deposits.
Forum, June, 1912, v. 47: 653-661.
AP2.F8,v.47

1341

M a n e s , Alfred, ed. Versicherungslexikon; ein Nachschlagewerk fur alle Wissensgebiete der Privat- und der Sozialversicherung insbesondere in Deutschland, Oesterreich
und der Schweiz; unter Mitarbeiterschaf t von v. d. Borght,
Domizlaff . . . [u. a.] hrsg. von Alfred Manes.
Tubingen, J. C. B. Mohr (P. Siebeck), 1909. xv p., 1682 col.
28\™.
Contains "Literatur." See under Haftpflichtversicherung for a
discussion of the underlying principles.
8-32650
HG8025.M2

1342

Merchants' association of
Fowler bill for reforming
report by its Committee
law. Feb. 18, 1908.
[New York, 1908.] 20 p.




New York. In support of the
the currency (H. R. 12677). A
on bankruptcy and commercial
22™.

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GUAKANTY OF BANK DEPOSITS

1342a Nebraska. Laws, statutes, etc. Laws, 1909.
York, Nebraska newspaper union,-[1909]. Ixxii, 739 p.

22\cm.

" Chapter 10. An act for the regulation, supervision and control of
the business of banking . . . Approved March 25,1909 ": p. 66-96.
See especially Sec. 44, 45. Guaranty fund, p. 87-88.

1343

Nettleton, A. B. Shall bank deposits be guaranteed?
American review of reviews, Mar. 1908, v. 37: 340-345.
AP2.R4,v.37

1344

New York (State). Bank commissioners.
[New York, 1831-1842.]
22\™.

Annual report.

Contains material on the Safety fund system. The report for 1841
has a detailed statement of the operations and scope of the system
from 1829.
6-3178
HG2411.N7

1345

•

Comptroller's office. Annual report.
Albany [1846-1849.] 4 v. 2Scm.
The report for 1846 contains a history of the safety fund and freebanking system; the reports for 1847 and 1848 give statistics of
"Loss to the safety fund by failures of banks."
6-24440t
HJ11.N73

1346

Oakes, Edwin S. Bank deposit guaranty legislation.
Case and comment, Nov. 1912, v. 19: 391-400.

1347

An Object lesson of bank deposit guaranty.
Financier, Feb. 22, 1909, v. 93: 720-721.

1348

HGl.F8,v.93

Oklahoma. Laws, statutes, etc. The law of Oklahoma corporations; a compilation of the text of the revised laws of
Oklahoma and the session laws of 1911. Annotated, with
forms and precedents, by Kenneth C. Crain and Watson
H. Caudill.
Kansas City, Mo., The Pipes-Reed book company, 1912. 3 p.
I., xxi p., 1 I, 619 p. 24cm.
Banking board—Guaranty fund: p. 251-257.
12-27962
HD2779.05A3

1912

1349

Phelan, Raymond V. A real argument against guaranteed
deposits.
Moody's magazine, Feb. 1909, v. 7: 114-115.
HGl.M85,v.7

1350

Powers, J. D.

Guaranty of bank deposits.

(In American bankers' association. Proceedings, 1908. New York,
1908. 23 cm . p. 42-48.)
HG1507.A5 1908

1351

Price, William H. Bank depositors' guaranty funds; [notes
on current legislation].
American political science review, May, 1909, v. 3: 212-213.




JAl.A6,v.3

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1352

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Rand-McNally bankers' m o n t h l y . Chicago. Among the!
numerous articles published in this magazine on the
guaranty of deposits the following have been noted:
v.
v.
v.
v.
v.

29: 235-236.
33: 421-424, C. F. Allis.
35: 306-312, C. F. Allis.
36: 71-72; 223-224, Myron T. Herrick.
37: 1-8, James B. Forgan; 22 (Oklahoma); 220-224, John S. Crenshaw; 227-231; 351-362, A. A. Keogh, Ernest I. English, John V.
Coffleld; C. R. Wheeler, Harold W. Dorn, H. Russell Ross.
v. 38: 82-88, Charles W. Stevenson.
v. 39: 298-300.
HG1501.R2

1353

Republican party. National committee, 1908-1912. Republican campaign text-book, 1908, issued by the Republican
national committee.
Philadelphia, Pa., Press ofDunlap printing company, [1908],
xi, 548 (i. e. 549) p. inch tables. 22\ x llcm.
"Guarantee of bank deposits": p. 307-317.
8-31006

1354

JK2352

1908

Eevell, Alexander Hamilton. Guaranty of bank deposits; an
outline of a plan of deposit insurance and a discussion of
the subject in its bearings upon the depositor, the business
man and the public.
Chicago, [Glennon & Kern, printers], 1908. 71, [1] p. diagr.
2Scm.
8-13764

HG1782.TJ6R5

1355

Roberts, George E. Shall bank deposits be made a joint
liability ?
American legal news, Feb. 1909, v. 20: 71-74-

1356

Roberts, John Gray. Currency reform: issue of legal tender
Treasury notes, elastic currency, guaranteeing bank
deposits, emergency currency, restoration of silver 16 to 1,
illegal coinage.
Springfield, IU., J. G. Roberts, [c1908]. 45 p. 16$™.
9-2540

1357
1358

*

HG538.R7

S c h e m e for guaranteed deposits.
Current literature, Oct. 1908, v. 45: 362-366.
S c h u e t t e , John. Deposit insurance.
American banker, June 3, 1911, v. 76:

AP2.C95,v.45

1799-1801.
HG1501.A5,v.76

1359




Insuring the deposits in national banks.
(In Hull, Walter Henry, ed.; Practical problems in banking and
currency. New York, 1907. 23CBI. p. 149-162.) HG2461.H8

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1360

Underwood, Oscar W. [Cause of and cure for the panic of
1907.] Speech in the House, Jan. 23, 1908.
Congressional record, 60th Congress, 1st session, v. 4®, pt. 2:
1037-1042.
On asset currency, and insuring deposits.

1361

Jll.R5,v.42,pt.2

V,, A. Une experience ame'ricaine: la garantie des de*p6ts de
banque.
Annales des sciences politiques, Jan. 15,1909, v. 24: 101-107.
H3.A6,v.24

1361a Wade, Festus J.

The guaranty of bank deposits.

(In American bankers' association. Proceedings, 1908. New York,
1908. 23 cm . p. 274-282.)
HG1507.A5 1908
Also issued separately.
Reprinted in part in Moody's magazine, Oct. 1908, v. 6: 264-266.
HGl.M85,v.6

1362

1363

The plan to guaranty deposits a political heresy.
Trust companies, Sept. 1908, v. 7: 542-543.
HG4341.T8,v.7
Walker, John D. The guaranty of bank deposits.
American banker, Apr. 22, 1911, v. 76: 1257-1259.
HG1501.A5,v.76

1364

Webster, W. C. The depositors' guaranty law of Oklahoma.
Journal of political economy, Feb. 1909, v. 17: 65-81.
HBl.J7,v.l7

1365

Wisconsin. Legislature. Special committee
Report. Submitted January 15, 1910.
[Madison? 1910.] 67 p. tables (partly fold.)

on

banking.

28cm.

Walter C. Owen, chairman.
Guaranteeing of bank deposits discussed: p. 4-19.
10-33155
HG2411.W7

1366 *

1910

University. University extension division. Dept. of
debating and public discussion. Government insurance of
bank deposits. Reprint of portions of articles by Alexander H. Revell, Governor E. H. Hoch, James B. Forgan.
Professor J. L. Laughlin, H. M. Zimmerman and others.
Material collected by the Extension division of the University of Wisconsin, F. A. Hutchins, secretary Dept. of
debating. Ed. by Rollo L. Lyman.
[Madison], Pub. by the Democrat printing co.f 1908. 106 p.
18icm.




A 10-1162

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1367 Wisconsin. University. University extension division, Dept
of debating and public discussion. Guaranty of bank deposits. (Rev. ed.)
Madison, The University, 1909, 7 p. 19cm. (Bulletin of
the University of Wisconsin, serial no, 328: General series
no. 193.)
10-30752

Z7161.W54 [no. 14]
HG1781.W8

1369 Young, A. M. The depositor's guaranty law of Oklahoma.
Journal of political economy, July, 1909, v. 17: 46I-464.




Reply to an article by W. C. Webster, with a rejoinder by Webster.
HBl.J7,v.l7

CREDIT A N D CREDIT INSTRUMENTS
1370

American b a n k e r s ' association.
credit information.

Report of Committee on

(In its Proceedings, 1908. p. 195-207.)

1371

HG1507.A5

1908

Ansiaux, Maurice. De Tunit6 du credit a court terme sous
la vari6t6 de ses formes.
Revue d] economie 'politique, Sept.-Oct. 1912, v. 26: 553-588.
HB3.R4,v.26

1372

Arnaune, Auguste. La monnaie, le credit et le change.
4. 6d., rev. et augm.
Paris, F. Alcan, 1909. 2 p.l., viii, 524 P- 22%cm.
13-3650

1373

A t k i n s o n , Edward.

HG221.A76

Credit the main factor in making prices.

(In American bankers' association. Proceedings, 1890, p. 47-65.)
HG1507.A5 1800

1374

Babson, Roger Ward, and Ralph May. Commercial paper;
a text book for merchants, bankers and investors.
Wellesley Hills, Mass., Babson's statistical organization (incorporated), [e 1911]. 258 p. fold.diagr.
19icm.
12-1141

1375

HG1641.B2

Baird, Henry Carey. The bank check versus the bank note.
Banker's magazine, Dec. 1878, 3d ser., v. 8: 409-4-17.
HG1501.B3,3d ser.v.8

1376

Money and bank credit in the United States, France,
and Great Britain; and their effects on the people in their
efforts to associate, to exchange services, commodities and
ideas among their several selves.
Philadelphia, H. C. Baird cfe co., 1891. 24 p.
24cm.
6-36865f

1377

B a n k checks as an elastic currency.
Bankers' magazine, Aug., Sept. 1903, v. 67: 167-168;
297.

1378

293-

HG1501.B3,v.67

Bonnet, Victor. Le credit et les banques d'Amission.
Paris, E. Plon & c* [etc.] 1875. 2 p. I., xvi, 812 p.
22cm.
6-23272f

1379

HG529.B16

HG1861.B7

Le credit et les finances.
Paris, GuiUaumin et c*6, 1865. 8 p. 1., [8]-896 p.




8-13095f

22\cm.
HJ1087.B7
205

206

1380

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

A Brief enquiry into the true basis of the credit system;
and into the true basis of bank credit, as part thereof.
Petersburg, Printed by E. and J. C. Buffin, 18Jfi. 24 p. 22\cm.
I n ms. on t.-p., "J dg Upshur: supposed author."
9-14992

1381

Buff, Siegfried. Das deutsche Scheckgesetz vom 11. Marz
1908.
Stuttgart und Leipzig, Deutsche Verlags-anstalt, 1908. 168 p.
20\cm. (Sammlung von handkommentaren deutscher Beichsgesetze.)
Bibliography: p . 10-12.
9-17170

1382

HG2473.B8

HF1329.N4B8

Der gegenwartige Stand und die Zukunft des Scheckverkehrs in Deutschland.
Munchen, E. Bernhardt, 1907. 4 p. I, 106 p.
24cm.
9-24476

1383

HG1691.B8

Byles, Sir John Barnard. A treatise on the law of bills of
exchange, promissory notes, bank-notes and cheques.
The 17th ed. by Walter J. Barnard Byles, and Eric K.
Watson.
London, Sweet & Maxwell, limited, 1911. cm, [2], 464i 5-52
p.
25\cm.
12-2488

1384

Cannon, James G. Bank credits.
Banking law journal, Jan. 1, 15, 1893, v. 8: 7-10;

53-59.

Notes on Mr. Cannon's address: 11-12.

1385

Bank credits.
Bankers' magazine, May, 1905, v. 70: 586-591.
Address delivered before the annual convention of the New Jersey
bankers' association, at Atlantic City, Mar. 17.
HG1501.B3,v.70
Also included in Walter H. Hull's Practical problems in banking
and currency. New York, 1907, p . 43-55.
HG2461.H8

1386

Canstein, Kaban Freiherr von. Das Wechselrecht Osterreichs und die Abweichungen der Wechselrechte Deutschlands, Ungarns, Bosniens und der Herzegowina, der
Schweiz, Russlands, Italiens, Rumaniens, Serbiens, Frankreichs und Englands. 2. durchgearb. Aufl.
Berlin, C. Heymann, 1903. xii, 314 V* 22°m(Kom~
pendien des osterreichischen BecJites.)




" L i t e r a t u r " : p . 50-52.
4r-19440

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CBBDIT AND OBEDIT INSTBUME1STS

1387 Carey, Henry Charles. The credit system in France, Great
Britain, and the United States.
PMaddphia, Carey, Lea, db Blanchard, 1888. 2 p. I, [3]-lS0
p. 22$em.
6-32587f

1388

HG3726.C27

Essays on banking.
Philadelphia, The author, 1816. xx, [18]-184 p.

18cm,

Includes essay "On the beneficial effects of the introduction of
bank credits."
6-31815t
HG2613.P53C28

1389 Casasus, Joaquin D. Les institutions de credit; 6tude sur
leurs fonctions et leur organisation.
Bruxelles, 0. Schepens cfc c*, 1900. 554 P- %5cmL. C. has also edition of 1890.
3-5713

HG3726.035

1390 Cernuschi, Henri. M6canique de T6change.
Paris, A. Lacroix, Verboeckhoven et &, 1865. 244 V- 24cm.
6-18473t

HG1586.C4

1391 Chalmers, Sir Mackenzie Dalzell Edwin Stewart. A digest
of the law of bills of exchange, promissory notes, cheques,
and negotiable securities. 7th ed.
London, Stevens and sons, limited, 1909. Ixni, 472 p. 22%cm.
9-14492

1392

Ciezskowski, August Dolega. Du credit et de la circulation.
2. fid.
Paris, Guiilaumin et c*, 1847. 2 p. 1., 404 p., 1 I. 21\cm.
6-32307t

HG3701.C56

1393 Cleveland, Frederick Albert. Funds and their uses; a book
describing the methods, instruments, and institutions
employed in modern financial transactions. Rev. ed.
New York, D. Appleton and company, 1910. xiii, 804 p.
illus. 20cm. {Appletons1 business series.)
2-26500/4

1394 Coman, E. T.

HG173.C63

1910

Requisites of a good loan.

(In Hull, Walter Henry, ed. Practical problems in banking and
currency. New York, 1907. 23£cltt. p. 66-77.)
Address delivered before the Washington bankers' association at
Walla Walla, June, 1904.
HG2461.H8

1395 Conant, Charles A. The bank note as an instrument of
credit.
Moody1 s magazine, Apr. 1906, v. 1: 584-587.
HGl.M85,v.l
1396
Development of the check.
Bankers' magazine, Nov. 1911, v. 88: 580-585.
HG1501.B3,v.83
86054°—13




14

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1397

LEBRABY OF CONGRESS

Conrad, Walter. Handbuch des deutschen Scheckrechts
unter Berticksichtigung der auslandischen Gesetzgebung.
Zum praktischen Gebrauche fur Juristen und Kaufleute.
Stuttgart, F. Enke, 1908. xvi, SJfi p. 2Scm.
9-3751

1398

Coquelin, Charles. Le crfidit et les banques; avec une
introduction et des notes par M. Courcelle-Seneuil, et
une notice biographique par M. G. de Molinari. 3. 6d.
Paris, Guillaumin et de., 1876. Iv, 386 p. 18%™.
13-3822

HG3726.C74

1399

Crtiger, H. Kleingewerblicher Kredit.
Jahrlucher fur NationxdoTconomie und Statistik, Nov. 1912,
v. 99: 651-662.
HB5.J3,v.99

1400

Fisher, Irving. A practical method of estimating the velocity
of circulation of money.
Royal statistical society. Journal, Sept. 1909, v. 72: 604-618.
HAl*R8,v.72
Fisher, Willard. Money and credit paper in the modern
market.
Journal of political economy, Sept. 1895, v. 8: 891-418.
HBl.J7,v.3

1401

1401a

France. Laws, statutes, etc. The French law relating to
bills of exchange, promissory notes, and cheques, by A.
Williamson.
London, Stevens and sons, limited, 1912. xi, [1], 224 V- %%tm*
13-4178

1402

1403

1404

F u n k , Georg. Wechselkunde.
Leipzig, G. J. Goschen, 1899. 112 p. 16**. {Samrrdung
Goschen. [108].)
''Litteratur": p. 5.
2-28342
Gage, Lyman J. Credit as an instrument of trade and
industry.
Bankers1 magazine, Dec. 1902, v. 65: 790-799.
HG1501.B3,v.65
Germany. Laws, statutes, etc. The German law of bills of
exchange and of cheques, being a translation of the latest
text of the "Wechselordnung," which was officially published on June 3rd, 1908, and came into force on October
1st, 1908, and of the "Scheckgesetz" of March 11th,
1908, which came into force on April 1st, 1908. By
Sydney Leader.
London, Sweet & Maxwell, limited, 1911. iv p., 11, [7}-84 p.
25%™.




12-1488

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CBEDIT AND CREDIT INSTRUMENTS

1405 Germany. Laws, statutes, etc. German bill of exchange law.
Institute of hankers (London). Journal, Oct. 1910, v. SI:
480-448.
Translation of the German law as amended by the act of May 30th,
1908.
HG1511.I6,v.31

1406 Greef, Guillaume de. Le credit commercial et la Banque
nationale de Belgique.
Bruxelles, 0. Mayolez & J. Audiarte, 1899. 2 p. I., x, 46® Pcharts (partly fold.) 25cm.
l-F-2585

HG3106.G7

1407 Herzfelder, Emil. Das Problem der Kreditversicherung mit
besonderer Berucksichtigung der berufsmassigen Auskunftserteilung und des*ausser-gerichtlichen Vergleichs.
Leipzig, A. Deicherf sche Verlagsbuchhandlung nachf, (G.
Bohme), 1904. %, ^6 p. incl tables. 23$™. ( Wirtschaftsund verwaltungsstudien mit besonderer Berucksichtigung
Bayerns. Hrsg. von Dr. G. Schanz. xx.)
5-15074

HG9970.083H5

1408 Hess, Kalph H. and Le Roy D. Godfrey. The European discount systems.
Moody's magazine, Aug., Sept. 1912, v. 14:115-120; 197-204.
HGl.M85,v.l4

1409 Hignette, Alfred. Le credit dans les colonies sucridres
franpaises.
Paris, A. Rousseau, 1901. 2 p. I., 264 P- 25cm.
2-4406

HG3039.A3H6

1410 Jacobs, Lawrence Merton. Bank acceptances.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1910. 20 p. 23cm.
61st Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Doc. 569.)

([U. S.)

At head of title: . . . National monetary commission.
10-35943
HG1641.J2

1411 Kemmerer, Edwin Walter. Money and credit instruments
in their relation to general prices. 2d ed.
New York, H. Holt & co., 1909. xi, 160 p., 1 I. diagrs.
20cm. (Cornell studies in history and political science,
issued by the President White school, Cornell university,
vol. i.)
"A partial list of authorities consulted in the preparation of this
work": p. 151-160.
13-3645
HG229.K4

1412 Kinley, David. Credit instruments in business transactions.
Journal of political economy, Mar. 1897, v. 5: 157-174-




HBl.J7,v.5

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LIBRABY OF CONGBESS

1413 Kinley, David. Credit instruments in retail trade.
Journal of political economy, Mar. 1895, v. 8: 203-217.
The same material will be found in the Annual report of the Comptroller of the currency for 1894, pt. 1, p. 17-24.
HBl.J7,v.3
HG2401.A2 1804

1414

The relation of the credit system to the value of
money.
American economic association. Publications, Feb. 1905,
3d ser.j V. 6: 84-94.

1415

HBl.A5,3dser.v.6

The use of credit instruments in payments in the
United States.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1910. vi, 229 p. incl. 3 fold,
diagr. 23\cm. ([U. S.] 61st Cong., 2d sess. Senate.
Doc. 399.)
At head of title: . . . National monetary commission.
"Select bibliography ": p. 223-224.
10-35282
HG355.K5

1416 Klein, Joseph J. The development of mercantile instruments
of credit in the United States.
Journal of accountancy, Sept. 1911-Mar. 1912, v. 12-13.
HF5601.J7,v. 12,13

1417 Knies, Karl Gustav Adolf. Der Credit.
Berlin, Weidmannsche Buchhandlung, 1876-79. 2 v.
(Geld und Credit, 2. Abih.)
6-33757f

23cm.

HG3701.K6

1418 Landmann, Julius. Zur Entwicklungsgeschichte der Formen und der Organisation des dffentlichen Kredites.
Finanz-Archiv, 1912, v. 29: 1-69.
HJl05.F4,v.29
1419 Laughlin, James Laurence. Credit.
Chicago, The University of Chicago press, 1902. 28 p. 28cm.
Printed from v. 4 of the Decennial publications of the University of
Chicago.
2-20059
HG3701.L37

1420 Liesse, Andrfi. Evolution of credit and banks in France
from the founding of the Bank of France to the present
time.
Washington, Govt print, off., 1910. 267 p. fold. tab. 2Scm.
(TJ. S. 61st Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Doc. 522.)
At head of title: National monetary commission.
10-35929

HG3028.L5

1421 Lumm, Karl von. Influence de Involution moderne sur la
politique d'escompte.
Revue Sconomique internationale, Aug. 15-20, 1912, 9. annee,




V. 3: 290-320.

HB3.R4,9. annSe,v.3

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211

1422 Lumm, Karl von. Politique d'eseompte. RSglementation de
Pescompte en banque.
Revue economique internationalej June 15-20, 1912, 9. annee,
V. 2: 453-474.

HB3.R5,9.ann6e,v.2

1423 Macleod, Henry Dunning. The theory of credit. 2d ed.
London and New York, Longmans, Green & co., 1893-97.
2 v. in 3. 23cm.
6-32585-6f

HG3701.M2

1424 Martin, William McChesney. Modern banking and trust
company methods, x. The credit department.
Banking law journal, Feb. 1913, v. 30: 139-146.
1425 Maync, Reginald. Der Discont.
Jena, G. Fischer, 1899. xi, 132 p. fold, diagrs. 24cm.
(Sammlung nationalokonomischer und statistischer AbJvandlungen des StaatswissenschafUichen Seminars zu Halle
a.d.S....
24. Bd.)
"J^tteratunmchweis": p. 130-132.
l-G-998

HG1651.M5

1426 Muhleman, Maurice L. The burden of unequal credit facilities: a pertinent suggestion for currency reformers.
Moody's magazine, Nov. 1911, v. 12: 344-347. HGl.M85,v.l2
1427

Reasons for credit currency.
Moody's magazine, Oct. 1907, v. 4: 462-467.

HGl.M85,v.4

1428 New German cheque law.
Institute of bankers {London). Journal, May, 1908, v. 29:
313-321.

HG15ll.l6,v.29

1429 Obst, Georg. Theorie und Praxis des Checkverkehrs. Mit
besonderer Berticksichtigung des Depositen- und Abrechnungswesens. Ein Wegweiser fur den modernen Geldverkehr.
Stuttgart, Strecker & Moser, 1899. vi, 174 P- %0cm.
l-G-338

HG1691.02

1431 Prendergast, William Ambrose. Credit and its uses.
New York, D. Appleton and company, 1910. xii, 361 p.
forms (partly fold.) 20cm. (Appleton's business series.)




Bibliography: p. xi-xii.
fc-40205

HF5566.P8

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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

1432 Proebst, Siegmund. Die Grundlagen unseres Depositen- und
Scheckwesens.
Jena, 0. Fischer, 1908. viii, 175, [1] p. inch forms.
24\cm.
(Sammlung nationalokonomischer und statistischer Abhandlungen des Staatswissenschaftlichen Seminars zu Halle a. d.
S.; Jirsg. von Dr. J. Conrad. 59. Bd.)
"Literatuxverzeichnis": p. 161-173.
8-30905

HG1691.P9

1433 Proposed international conference on the unification of the
laws of bills of exchange in different countries.
Institute of bankers (London). Journal, Jan. 1909, v. SO:
1-18.
Supplementary memorandum in the March, 1909, number of the
Journal, p. 133-138.
HG1511.I6,v.30

1434 Reynolds, Arthur. The necessity of combining commerical
credits in the middle west.
Moody's magazine, Nov. 1911, v. 12: 858-S60.
HGl.M85,v.l2

1435 Reynolds, George M. Rediscounts and book credits in
national monetary plan.
Chicago hanker, Nov. 25, 1911, v. SO: 5-11, 19.
HG1501.C5,v.30
Also printed in the Bankers' convention section of the Commercial
and financial chronicle, Dec. 2, 1911, p. 152-156.
HG1507.A51 1911
Financier, extra ed., Dec. 5, 1911, p. 85-92. HG1507.F6 1911
In part, in the Rand-McNally bankers' monthly, Dec. 1911: 25-30.
HG1501.B2

1436 Rosendale, William M. Credit department methods.
Bankers' magazine, Feb. 1908, v. 76: 188-194.
HG1501.B3,v.76

1437 Schonitz, Hans. Der kleingewerbliche Kredit in Deutschland in systematischer privat- und nationalokonomischer
Darstellung.
Karlsruhe i. B., G. Braun, 1912. xiv p., 1 I., 542 p. inch
tables. 24bcm. (Freiburger volkswirtschafUiche Abhandlungen . . . 1. Bd., 4- Erganzungsheft.)
Bibliographical notes.
13-577

HG3729.G3S3

1438 Sprague, O. M. W. The distribution of money between the
banks and the people since 1893.
Quarterly journal of economics, Aug. 1904, v- 18: 518-528.




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213

1439 Talbert, Joseph T. Loans and discounts; address, February,
1911.
[New York, 1911.] 13 p. 28™.
11-7935

HG1641.T3

1440 Terrel, Henry, and Henri Lejeune. Trait6 des operations
commerciales de banque.
Paris, Masson et c«, 1905. 2 p. I, 562 p., 11. 22%™.
CONTENTS.—Notions preliminaires.—1. ptie. Du credit de banque
en ge'ne'ral, et, en particulier, sous sa forme la plus simple; le pret
ou avance de fonds a de*couvert.—2. ptie. De ropeYation ayant
pour objet d'ajouter des garanties au credit de banque et de le
mobiliser: Tescompte.—3. ptie. Des operations ayant pour objet
principal d'ajouter des garanties au credit de banque.—4. ptie.
Des operations qui sont de simples process de mobilisation du
credit de banque.—5. ptie. Des operations accessoires de banque
qui ne se traduisent pas par un mouvement de fonds.
6-21889
HG1603.T3

1441 Tillyard, Francis. Banking and negotiable instruments; a
manual of practical law. 3d ed., rev. and enl.
London, A. and 0. Black, 1908. xoi, IfiS p. forms.
19\cm.
13-3820

HG2983.T5

1442 U. S. Dept. of commerce and lalor. Foreign credits. A
study of the foreign credit problem with a review of
European methods of financing export shipments, by
Archibald J. Wolfe, with reports from American consular
officers.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1918. 421 p. 25cm.
Bibliography: p. 416.
18-35097

HG3753.U6

1443 Veblen, Thorstein B. The use of loan credit in modern business.
Chicago, The University of Chicago press, 1908. 22 p.
28\cm.
Printed from First series, v. 4 (p. 31-50) of the Decennial publications of the University of Chicago.
3-13036
HG3751.V39

1444 Warburg, Paul M. The discount system in Europe.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1910. 43 p. 28em. ([U. 8.]
61st Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Doc. 402.)
At head of title: . . . National monetary commission.
10-35393
HG1651.W3

1445 Weill, N. E. History and basis of modern discount policy.
Bankers7 magazine (London), Sept.-Oct. 1901, v. 72: 851-860;
465-478.
HG1503.B2,v.72




CLEARING HOUSES
1446 American bankers' association. Clearing Twuse section.
Clearing house examinations by clearing house examiners;
discussion led by Mr. J. B. Forgan . . . at meeting of the
Clearing house section, American bankers' association, at
Los Angeles,, California, Thursday, October sixth, nineteen hundred and ten.
[New York, Wynkoop HaRenbeck Crawford co., 1910?] covertitle, 15, [1] p. 21icm.
13-3624

HG2322.A6

1447 Oannon, James Graham. Clearing house loan certificates and
substitutes for money used during the panic of 1907, with
suggestions for an emergency currency based upon such
loan certificates. Delivered before the Finance forum,
New York city, March 30, 1910.
[New York, The Trow press, 1910t] 81 p. facsims. 28cm.
11-10032

144g

HG538.C3

Clearing houses.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1910. viii, 885 p. forms (%
fold.) facsims., tables (2 fold.) 28™. ([U. 8.] 61st
Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Doc. Ifil.)
At head of title: National monetary commission.
10-35726

1445

HG2306.C3

Clearing-houses; their history, methods and administration.
New York, D. Appleton and company, 1900. xiv, 888 p.
incl. illus., forms, front 21 £cm.
Nov. 1, 1900-61

HG2306.C2

1450 Clearing-house systems of the world, a review of the methods
used in clearing checks in the principal countries. Also
the origin and development of bankers' clearing houses.
American bankers' convention yearbook, 1910.
New York, The Banking law journal, 1910. 8 p. I., 8-62 p.
illus. (incl. tables, forms). 28cm.
10-25244

HG2301.C6

1451 Conant, Charles A. The extension of the clearing system.
Bankers' magazine, Apr. 1905, v. 70: 488-441.
HG1501.B3,v.70
214




215

CLEAEING HOUSES

1452 Corrington, Murray. The clearing house as a guarantor
against panics.
Banking law journal, Apr. 1918, v. 80: 847-854.
1453 Forgan, James B. Clearing house bank examinations.
American banker, Dec. 14, 1912, v. 77: 4380-4332.
HG1501.A5,v.77

Chicago hanker, Dec. 14, 1912, v. 88: 5, 18-19.
HG1501.C5,v.33
Address at the Fifteenth annual dinner of the Bankers* club of
Detroit, Dec. 7, 1912.

1454 Free collection in five states. Clearing house committee's
recommendations approved. Expect large increase in
bank deposits.
Financial age, Dec. 7, 1912, v. 26: 1108.
"By a vote of 53 to 3 the Clearing house association, at its meeting
on Wednesday, ratified the proposal of its Committee on inland
exchange that in addition to the present discretionary points
all banks and trust companies in New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island shall have the privilege
of having their checks collected free of charge, provided they
agree to discontinue their own charges and remit at par in New
York funds on the same day they receive the checks."
HGl.F4,v.26

1455 Germany. Reichsbank. Die Deutschen Abrechnungsstellen
im Jahre 1908 [-19091. Auf Veranlassung der Berliner Abrechnungsstelle bearbeitet in der Statistischen
Abteilung der Reichsbank.
Berlin, Gedruckt in der Beichsdruckerei, 1909-1910. 2 v.
80cm.
13-5513

HG2341.G4A3

1456 Oilman, Theodore. Federal clearing houses.
Boston and New York, Houghton, Mifflin cfc co., 1899. x,
289 p. 19\™.
Feb. 1, 1900-34

1457

HG2315.TT5G6

A graded banking system formed by the incorporation
of clearing houses under a federal law, with power to
issue a clearing house currency secured by pledge of bank
assets, for the protection and support of commercial credit,
and the equalization of rates of interest throughout the
nation.
Boston and New York, Houghton, Mifflin and company, 1898.
xvi, 238 p., 1 I. 18™.




6-23391

HG2315.TT5G5

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LTBBARY OF CONGRESS

1458 Gilpin, William Jay and Henry E. Wallace. Clearing house
of New York city; New York clearing house association,
1854-1905.
New York, M. King, e1904. 1 p. I, [5]-66 p. iMus. (incl.
ports.) 21 ix 17cm.
5-26764

HG2323.N7G4

1459 Hallock, James Collins. Clearing out-of-town checks in
England and the United States.
St. Louis, Mo., The author, 1908. xiv, 160 p. illus. 20icm.
3-17675

1460

HG2306.H2

Why does not the New York clearing house collect
out-of-town checks ?
[New York? 1909?] [4] p. 2jcm.
"From the Bankers home magazine."

HG2306.H3

1461 Haristoy, Just. Virements en banque et chambres de compensation.
Paris, A. Rousseau, 1906. XXXWt. 11, 670,1 p. 25$cm.
"Bibliographie": p. xix-xxxiii.
13-5515

HG1603.H3

1462 Hepburn, A. Barton. Address on trust companies and clear• ing houses.
Trust companies, May, 1911, v. 12: 345-858.
See also this list no. 861.

HG4341.T8,v.l2

1463 Howarth, William. Our banking clearing system and clearing houses. [4th ed.]
London, E. Wilson, 1907. 1 p. I., [vii]-ix, [1], 199 p. incl.
tables, forms. 19cm.
8-16485

HG2331.H8

1464 Lahaye, Paul Louis. Recherches sur les chambres de compensation (clearing-houses); creation, organisation & '
d&veloppement en France, Angleterre, Allemagne, Autriche, Italie, Australie, au Japon et en Amerique.
Caen, Impr. C. Valin, 1901. 4 p. I, 174 P- ®5cm.
2-4401

HG2301.L3

1465 Levy, Raphael Georges. A new form of money. American
clearing house certificates.
Bankers1 magazine {London), Nov. 1908, v. 86: 566-580.
Translated from the "Revue des deux mondes."
HG1503.B2,v.86

1466 McCune, Samuel R. Value of clearing house examinations.
Band-McNally hankers7 monthly, Nov. 1911, v. 28: 41~44-




HG1501.R2,v.28

CLEARING HOUSES

217

1467 Nash, William Alexander. Credit and currency for an
emergency.
New York, [1910?]. cover-title, 8 p. 2Scm.
11-7937

HG538.N3

1468 New York clearing house association. Constitution . . .
as adopted Sept. 24, 1908, and amended May 9 and June
19, 1911. Also, clearing house rules, scale of fines, collection charges, and holiday laws of New York state.
[New York], 1912. p p. 22\™.
[Rules, regulations, and charges regarding collections
outside the city of New York]. Dec. 5, 1912.
[New York, 1912.] 4 p. 22hJm.
1468a

Report of the Committee on inland exchange to the
New York clearing house committee.
Financial age, Nov. 80, 1912, v. 26:1068-1069. HGl.F4,v.26

1459

Report of sub-committee on clearing house examinations.
[New York, 1911?] 5 p. 2Sem.
12-29992

HG2323.N7N8

1470 Les Operations du Clearing house de Londres depuis 1871.
France. Ministere des finances. Bulletin de statistique et de
legislation comparee, Jan. 1912, v. 71:107.
HJ103.B7,v.71

1471 Rauchberg, Heinrich. Der Clearing- und Giro-Verkehr in
Osterreich- Ungarn und im Auslande.
Wien, A. Holder, 1897. vi, 212 p. 2 fold, diagr. 26\cm.
1^-5514

HG2341. A9R3

1473 Schenck, Edwin S. The evolution of the clearing house.
Address to the New York chapter of the American institute
of bank clerks. Apr. 11, 1907.
[New York, Press ofR. L. StiUson co., 1907.] 15, [1] p. 16cm.
HG2301.S3

1474 Seyd, Ernest. The London banking and bankers' clearing
house system. 3d ed.
London, Paris and New York, CasseU, Petter and GaZpin,
[187-?]. 2 p. I., 68 p. 22$™.
First edition, 1872.
4-31388

HG2333.L7S4

1475 Shirley, John Cofer. The principles and practice of country
clearings.
Bankers' magazine, Aug. 1912, v. &£; 135-187.




HG1501.B3,v.84

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LIBRAE Y OF CONGRESS

1476 Sprague, O. M. W. The clearing function of the reserve
association.
Moody's magazine, Nov. 1911, v. 12: 847-851.
HGl.M85,v.l2

1477 Talbert, Joseph T. Clearing house examinations.
[Chicago? 1912%[ 7 p. 28™.
Reprinted from Journal of American bankers' association, January,
1909.
H.G2322.T2
12-29994

1478 Watson, Archibald Robinson. The law of the clearing house.
New York, The Banks law publishing co., 1902. xiv, 107 p.
19cm.
2-18324

HG2311.W3

1479 The Work of the London bankers' clearing house during the
year 1912.
Institute of tankers (London). Journal, Feb. 1918, v. 8£:




75-81.
HG1511.I6,v.34
This statement appears in this magazine annually.

FOREIGN EXCHANGE
1480 Abraham, Waiter D. The exposition of foreign exchange, an
elementary treatise.
[Baltimore, 1899.] 13 p. 28icm.
Reprinted from the Bankers' magazine for July, 1899.
1-2793
HG3821.A2

1481 Banking practice and Foreign exchange. Part i: Banking
practice, by Howard McNayr Jefferson. Part n : Foreign
exchange, by Franklin Escher.
New York, Alexander Hamilton institute, [c1912]. xiv, 407 p.
illus. (forms) 21%cm. (Modern business; a series of
nineteen texts, especially prepared for the Alexander Hamilton institute course in accounts, finance and management,
edited by J. F. JoJinson. [vol. vi].)
Series title also on t.-p.
12-21627

HG1601.B22

1482 Bottger, Franz. Internationale Wechselpraxis; die Wechselgesetze und Wechselstempeltarifesamtlicher Staaten Europas und die Vorschriften derselben uber die Versteuerung
der Wechsel fur den praktischen Gebrauch.
Leipzig, L. Huberti, [1901]. viii, 128 p. 22icm. (Moderne
kaufmdnnische Bibliothek.)
2-27911

1483 Brooks, Howard Keyes. Brooks' foreign exchange text book;
an elementary treatise on foreign exchange and the monetary systems of the world, for the instruction and use of
the banker, exporter, importer, tourist and particularly
for the scholar and student.
Chicago, El., H. K. Brooks, 1906. 8 p. I, 239 p. ind. forms,
front, (port.) 20\™.
6-14024

HG3863.B872

1484 Chalmers, Sir Mackenzie. The uniform law of bills of exchange and promissory notes settled at the Hague conferences of 1910 and 1912.
Institute of bankers (London). , Journal, Mar. 1918, v. 84:
151-160.




Discussion: p. 160-163.

HG15ll.I6,v.34
219

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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

1485 Clare, George. The A B C of the foreign exchanges; a practical guide. 5th ed.
London, New York, Macmillan and co., limited, 1907. xiv
p., 1 I., 160 p. ind. front. 8 diagr. 19icm.
13-3648

1486

A money-market primer, and key to the exchanges.
With diagrams. [2d ed.]
London, E. Wilson, 1907. 2 p. I., [vii]-xiv, 172 p., 1 I. 18
diagr. 22cm.
9-18553

1487

HG3821.C62

HG154.C6

Conant, Charles Arthur. Influence of falling exchange upon
the return received for national products: argument submitted to the Monetary commission of the republic of Mexico, April 18, 1903, by Messrs. Charles A. Conant, Jeremiah W. Jenks and Edward Brush; reprinted from the
Bankers' magazine for May, 1903.
[New York? 1903.] 11 p. 2!+™.
4-34828t

HG3821.C74

1488 Deutsch, Henry. Arbitrage in bullion, coins, bills, stocks,
shares and options, containing a summary of the relations
between the London money market and the other money
markets of the world. 2d ed.—reV. and enl.
London, E. Wilson, 1910. xvi, 232 p. 22™.
11-995

HG3821.D52

1489 Easton, Harry Tucker. Money, exchange, and banking in
their practical, theoretical and legal aspects, a complete
manual for bank officials, business men, and students of
commerce. 2d ed.
London, Sir I. Pitman and sons, ltd., 1907. 312 p. ind.
forms. 22em.
Glossary: p. 255-305.
7-37956

HG173.E2

1490 Escher, Franklin. Elements of foreign exchange; a foreign
exchange primer.
New York, The Bankers publishing co., 1910. viii, 160 p.
20\™.
MKL2767

HG3821.E7

1491 The Financier. Foreign exchange; an elementary treatise
designed for the use of the banker, the business man and
the student. Reprinted from a series of articles published in the New York Financier.
New York, The Financier company, 1902. ix, 184 V- i9hm4-3600




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221

1492 Ford, Worthington C. Foreign exchanges and movement of
gold 1894-1895.
Yale review, Aug. 1895, v. 4:128-146.
Hl.Y2,v.4
1493 The Foreign exchanges.
Bankers1 magazine {London), Aug. Sept 1891, v. 52:159-167;
369-881.

HG1503.B2,v.52

1494 France. Ministere des affaires etrangeres. Documents diplomatiques. Conffirence internationale de La Haye pour
Funification du droit relatif k la lettre de change et au
billet h ordre 23 juin-25 juillet 1910.
Paris, Imprimerie nationale, 1910. 110 p. 81cm.
12-529

JX6289.B5F8

1495 [Qoschen], George Joachim Goschen, viscount. The theory
of the foreign exchanges. [16th? ed.] 9th thousand.
London, E. Wilson, 1898. xv, 152 p. 22™.
6-36524f

1496

HG3821.G7

Gt. Brit. Foreign office. Correspondence relating to the
conference on bills of exchange at The Hague, June, 1910.
London, Printed for H. M. Stationery off., by Harrison and
soTis, [1910]. 1 p. I., lJf.9 p. 88cm. (Commercial no. 4>
1910.)
Parliament. Papers by command, Cd. 5224.
12-7309

JX6289.B5(*e

1497 International conference on bills of exchange. Hague,
1910. Conference de La Haye pour Funification du droit
relatif & la lettre de change, etc. 1910. Documents.
Ministdre des affaires Strangles.
[La Haye, Imprimerie nationale, 19101] 2p.l.,429p.
88\cm.
"Questionnaire presents* par le gouvernement des Pays-Bas": p. 1-6.
"Responses des gouvernements repr6sentes a la conference, m&noires
etprojets": p. 7-429.
12-6895
JX6289.B5I6 1010
See also item no. 1510.

1498

Hague, 1912. Conference de la Haye pour Tunification du droit relatif k la lettre de change etc. 1912.
Documents . . . Ministfere des affaires 6trang&res.
[La Haye, Imprimerie nationale, 1912.] 2 v. 88%cm.




CONTENTS.—I. La lettre de change et le billet a ordre.—II. Le
cheque.
12-16154
J Z 6 2 8 9 . B 5 I 6 1912

222

LIBRABY OF CONGRESS

1499 Haupt, Ottomar. Arbitrages et paritfis; traits des operations de banque, eontenant les usages commerciaux, la
thSorie des changes et monnaies et la statistique mon6taire de tous les pays du globe. 7. 6d. complement
refondue et augm.
Paris, C. Leroy; [etc., etc.] 1887. xi, 867 p.
22\cm.
12-27393

HG1603.H3

1500 Margraflf, Anthony William. International exchange, its
terms, parts, operations and scope. A practical work on
the foreign banking department and its administration
by American bankers. (4th ed.)
New York city, International exchange, 1912. xii, 8-299 p.
ind. front, (port.) 25\cm.
12-25115

HG3821.M3

1912

1501 Matheson, Erving. Foreign exchanges.
Society of arts. Journal, Apr. 1, 1892, v. Ifi: 495-508.
Tl.S64,v.40

1502 Nogaro, Bertrand. Le r6le de la monnaie dans le commerce
international et la thSorie quantitative.
Paris, V. Giard & E. Briere, 1904. ® V-1; 21° P-> 1 *• SScm"Bibliographie": p. 207-210.
6-3606

HG221.N77

1503 Pallain, Jacques. Des rapports entre les variations du
change et les prix.
Paris, 1905. S p. 1., [8]-176, [2] p. diagrs. 24icm.
"Bibliographie": p. 171-176.
13-3651

HG229.P3

1504 Prion, W. Das deutsche Wechseldiskontgeschaft. Mit
besondrer Berucksichtigung des Berliner Geldmarktes.
Leipzig, Duncker & Humblot, 1907. xiii, 298 p. diagrs.
(1 fold.) 23cm. (Stoats- und sozLalwissenschafUiche Forschungen; Tirsg. von G. Schmoller und M. Sering. Eft. 127.)
8-3651

HB41.S7

pt.127

1505 Ray, E. Pro jet d'entente entre les 6tats pour Funification
des lois en mati&re de change.
Nancy, Impr. administrative L. Ereis, 1907. 1 p. I., 170 p.,
1 I. 24icm.
8-1519

HG3834.R3

1506 Seyd, Ernest. Bullion and foreign exchanges theoretically
and practically considered; followed by a defence of the
double valuation, with special reference to the proposed
system of universal coinage.
London, E. Wilson, 1868. vi p., 1 l, 700 p. 22icm.




6-35933f

HG3821.S51

223

FOEEIGN EXCHANGE

1507

Stability of international exchange.
Bankers1 magazine (London), Nov. 1904, v- 78: 54.5-551.
On the report of the Commission on International exchange. See
item nos. 1511, 1512.
HG150332,v.78

1508 Swoboda, Otto. Die Arbitrage in Wertpapieren, Weehseln,
Munzen und Edelmetallen; Handbuch des Borsen-,
Munz- und Geldwesens samtlicher Handelsplatze der
Welt. 13. Aufl. neu bearb. und verm, von Max Furst.
Berlin, Haude & Spener, 1909. viii, 977 p.
21\cm.
13-3644

HG4551.S97

1509 Tate, William. Tate's Modern cambist: a manual of foreign
exchanges and bullion, with the monetary systems of the
world and foreign weights and measures, with chapters
on exchange and bullion operations. 25th ed. By H. T.
Easton.
London, E. Wilson, 1912. xvii, 375 p.
21\cm.
13-579

HG3856.T26

1912

1510 U. S. Delegate to International conference on bilh of exchange.
International conference on bills of exchange. Message
from the President of the United States transmitting
a report of the delegate to the International conference on
bills of exchange, held at the Hague, June 23 to July 25,
1910.
Washington, Govt, print off., 1911. 511 p. 2Scm. (61st
Cong., 3d sess. Senate. Doc. 768.)
Charles A. Conant, delegate.
A part of the text of Appendix A is in French and English. The papers of the French, German and Spanish delegations are in those
languages.
CONTENTS.—Report of the American delegate.—Appendix A. Documents and proceedings of the conference.—Appendix B. Papers
of the American delegation.—Appendix c. Papers of the British
delegation.—Appendix D. Papers of the French delegation.—
Appendix E. Papers of the German delegation.—Appendix F.
Papers of the Spanish delegation.—Appendix G. General papers
on the law of bills of exchange.—Appendix H. Papers in regard
to the law of checks.
11-35314
HG3834.TT6

1511

Commission on international exchange. Gold standard
in international trade. Report on the introduction of the
gold-exchange standard into China, the Philippine Islands,
Panama, and other silver-using countries, and on the
stability of exchange.
Washington, Govt, print, off., 190£. 512 p. 23cm. (58th
Cong., 3d sess. Senate. Doc. 128.)
Members of the commission, Hugh H. Hanna, Charles A. Conant,
Jeremiah W. Jenks.
" Final report."
HG297.TT6
5-30423
HG253.TJ6
86054°—13
15




224

LIBBARY OF CONGRESS

1512 U. S. Commission on international exchange. Stability of
international exchange. Report on the introduction of
the gold-exchange standard into China and other silverusing countries.
Washington, Gov't print, off., 1903. 518 p. 28cm. (58th
Cong., 2d sess. House. Doc. no. 1J4-)
Submitted to the secretary of state October 1, 1903, by the Commission on international exchange. Hugh H. Hanna, Charles A.
Conant, Jeremiah W. Jenks, commissioners.
4-9891
HG253.TJ56

1513 Villefaigne, J. G. de. Manuel pratique du change des monnaies 6trangferes; billets de banque, monnaies (Tor et
d'argent des principaux pays. Avec une liste "bibliographique" de trait6s sp6ciaux sur la matidre parus en
France et k l'6tranger et Pindication des "lois monStaires"
fondamentales pour chaque pays.
Paris, Librairie de Venseignement " antescolaire," 1905'
180 p. incl. facsims. 18\cm. (Bibliotheque commerciale
cfc financiers)
"Bibliographie": p. 145-168.
6-20850

HG3851.V7

1514 Walsh, Correa Moylan. The measurement of general exchange-value.
New York, London, The MacmiUan co., 1901. xiv p., 1 I.,
680 p. 28cm.
Bibliography: p. 553-574.
May 30, 1901-127

HB201.W22

1515 Wieland, Karl Albert. Das Haager Wechselrechtstibereinkommen vom 23. Juli 1912.
Zeitschrift fur schweizerisches Recht, 1918, n. s., v. 82: 100183.
1516 Withers, Hartley. The foreign exchanges. Lecture I-IV.
Institute of bankers, (London). Journal, Jan.-Mar. 1913,
v. 84: 5-39; 114-180; 190-206.
HG151l.I6,v.34
1517

Money-changing: an introduction to foreign exchange.
London, Smith, Elder & Co., 1913. viii, 183 p. 21™.




13-9235

HG3821.W6

AUTHOR INDEX
[The numbers refer to items, not to pages.]

Abel, E . L
1310
Abraham, Walter D
1480
Academy of political science, New
York
880
Adair, John A. M.
1304
Adams, Henry
628
Adams, Henry Carter
513,713,714
Adams, J., jr
592
Adler, Karl
56
Aftalion, Albert
1177
Ailes, M. E
902
Albert, John C
1261
Aldrich, Nelson Wilmarth
110-112,
692,861,881-895,904,908
Aldrich, Wilbur
16
Alglave, Paul
92
Allard, Alphonse
17
Allen, W. H
897-900, 944,1178,1262
Ailing, Newton D
901
Allis, C. F
1305,1352
Allum, T. C
159
Althorp, viscount.
See Spencer,
John Charles, 3d earl.
Altmann, S. P
56
American academy of political and
social science, Philadelphia...
589-592,
860, 902-904,1179
American bank reporter
593
American banker
905
American bankers' association
594,
906-909
Clearing-house section
594,1446
Committee on credit information..
1370
Committee on federal legislation..
910
Currency comm
894,909, 911-914
Special committee
861
Trust company section
594, 861,862
American economic review
915
American institute of banking
916
Anderson, Frank B
906, 907,908, 917
Andreades, A . .
319




Andrew, Abram Piatt
18,595,
596, 691, 700, 755,902,904,908,
918-923a, 1077,1141,1265-1268
Angell, Norman
19
Ansiaux, Maurice
1371
Armstrong, George W
1310
Arnaun6, Auguste
1372
Aschenborn, M.
56
Association of chambers of commerce of the United Kingdom,
Banking and currency comm
320
Atkinson, Edward
707,1373
Attfield, J. B
20
Atwood, Albert W
924
Audit company of New York
863
Aupetit, Albert.
21
Austin, O. P
514
Australia. Dept. of the treasury...
564
Austria. Finanz-ministerium...
140,141
Statistische Central-commission..
142
Avebury, John Lubbock, 1st
baron
328,408
Ayre, George L
321
Babson, Roger Ward
592,1374
Bagehot, Walter
322,338
Bagshaw, J. F . G
22
Bahr, Hermann
1180
Baird, Henry Carey
1375,1376
Baker, Henry Felt
798
Baker, Stephen
1066
Bamberger, Henri
195
Bamberger, Ludwig
23
Bameule, Henry
24
Bank of England. Directors
323
Bankers directory
598
Bankers encyclopedia
599
Bankers magazine
765a, 1306
Bankers register
600
Banking almanac
25
Banking reform
926
Banque de France, Paris
204,205
225

226

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

Banque nationale de Belzique,
Brussels
149-151
Charters
152
Banta, George
1310
Barbery, Bernard
206
Barety, L6on
207
Baring, F. T
373
Barker, Dalgairns Arundel
329
Barnett, George Ernest
799,
800,864,880,902

Barrett, George E
927
Barry, E. W. H
480
Bartlett, Adolphus C
1062
Bastable, Charles Francis
26
Batchelder, Frank Roe
684,685
Bates, A. E
586
Baxter, Robert
1237
Bayley, Rafael A
736
Beaure, Auguste
27
Bell, G.M
330,331
Bell, Henry
397
Bell, Spurgeon
766
Bellows, D. G
1310
Beloch, J
56
B&iac, Andre*
211
Bendix, Ludwig
928,929
Bendixen, Friedrich
238
Bergh, Albert Ellery
641a
Bergh, Marcus C
839
Berry, William Harvey
930
Berryman, J. W
1310
Bibb, George M
762
Bichmann, Heinrich
239
Biermer, Magnus
240
Birch, John W
407
Bisschop, Willem Roosegaarde
332
Blaine, James G
130
Blair, William Allen
801
Blocher, W. D
802
Blondel, Georges
1181
Blumenberg,
Albert
Wilhelm
Georg
241
Blyth, Robert
491
Boase, Charles William
492
B6hm von Bawerk, Eugen
56
Bottger, Franz
1482
Bogart, Ernest L
742
Boies, Horace
985
Boies, William Justus
931
Boissevain, Gideon Maria.. 528,601,765a
Bolles, Albert Sidney
28,
591,602-605,767-769
Bonnet, Victor
208,1378,1379
Bonynge, Robert William... 909,932-934




Borght, Richard van der. 56,61,529,1341
Bosanquet, Charles
333
Boulton, Alexander Claude Forster 366
Bouniatian, Mentor
1182,1183
Bourguin, M
92
Bourne, Edward Gaylord
715
Boutwell, George S
728
Boyd, W. U.,jr
803,935
Boyle, James Ernest
804
Brady, John Edson
606, 607,807
Brandt, T. R
936
Brannt, William T
594
Breckenridge, Roeliff Morton
160,
161,880
Breckinridge, Sophonisba Preston. 334,
608
Breslauer, B
307
Brocard, Lucien
92,209
Brookes, Henry
422
Brookes, Howard Keyes
1483
Brossault, E
131
Brough, Charles Hillman
805
Brough, William
29, 609
Brouilhet, Charles
1181
Brown, A. Selwyn- See SelwynBrown, A.
Brown, Harry G
50, 937,1184
Brown, Joseph Gill
908,938,1078
Brown, William Horace
743
Briining, Anton Paul
566
Brunet, R
210
Brush, Edward
1487
Bryan, Alfred Cookman
806
Bryan, William Jennings
1307,1308
Buchanan, James 1
1309,1310,1317
Budde, Justus
242
Buff, Siegfried
243,1381,1382
Bullock, Charles Jesse
610, 619, 716
Burgunder, B. B
592
Burny, Fr6d6ric
156
Burton, Theodore E
690,
765a, 904, 906, 907, 998,1185,1186

Bush, IrvingT

880,
906, 907, 939-941,1077
Butterworth, A. R
335
Byles, Sir John Barnard
1383
Byles, Walter J. Barnard
1383
Byrne,F. D
504
C, L
328
Cahen, Georges
1198
Cahen,P
92
Caldwell, George B
589,1269
Canada. Dept. of
finance
162-164
Canadian bank of commerce.,... 166,167

AT7TH0B INDEX
Canadian bankers' association
168
Cannon, H. W
679
Cannon, James Graham
959,
1270,1384,1385,1447-1449
Canovai, Tito
505, 506
Canstein, Kaban Freiherr von
1386
Cardwell, Edward Cardwell, viscount
379
Carey, Henry Charles
1387,1388
Carlile, William Warrand
30, 31
Carlisle, J. G
729
Carnegie, Andrew
942,1062
Carver, T . N
1252
Casasus, Joaquin D
518,1389
Cator, George
865
Catterall, Kalph Charles H e n r y . 744, 880
Caudill, Watson H
1348
Cauwes, P
92
Cernuschi, Henri
1390
Chaddock, Robert E
813
Chalmers, Sir Mackenzie Dalzell
Edwin Stewart
1391,1484
Chalmers, Robert
567
Chase, S. P
851
Chicago banker
807,1310
Chicago federation of labor
1253
Chisholm, G. D
946
Chiswell, Francis
336
Church, C. H
1310
Ciezskowski, August Dolega
1392
Clapp, Henry L
1187
Clare, George
337,1485,1486
Clark, John B
1218
Clarke, Matthew St. Clair
745
Claus, Rudolf
532
Cleaveland, John
808
Cleveland, Frederick Albert
32,589591, 611, 860, 903, 998,1254,1393
Clews, H e n r y . . . 944, 998,1255,1271,1311
Cobb, Arthur Stanley
338
Cobb, Howell
851
Cobbett, William
339
Coffield, John V
1352
Coffin, George M
1310
Cohn, Georg
56
Cole, Alfred Clayton
340
Collas, Henry
212
Collins, Charles MacCarthy
341
Collins, George Robert
1312
Coman, E. T
1394
Commercial and financial chronicle
33,612
Comtesse, M. R
549




227

Conant, Charles Arthur
34-36,153,
493, 519, 545,570,591, 765a,
866, 880, 896, 909, 943, 947,
948, 1078, 1188, 1272, 1395,
1396, 1451, 1487, 1510-1512
Conduitt, John
454
Conrad, Johannes
56
Conrad, Walter
1397
Continental and commercial national bank, Chicago
949
Cook, S. S
1310
Cook, W. E
1306
Cooke, T h o r n t o n . . 613, 915, 950, 951,1313
Cooley, Thomas M
808-810
Coquelin, Charles
1398
Cork, N
480
Cornwell, William C
170,
171, 589, 953,1062,1077,1314
Corrington, Murray
1452
Cortelyou, George B . . . 765, 796, 903,1301
Corwin, Thomas
851
Cotton, Sir Robert
412, 454
Cotton, William
367
Courcelle-Seneuil, Jean Gustave. 37,1398
Cowperthwait, John Howard
954, 955
Crain, Kenneth C
1348
Crammond, Edgar
328,342
Crane, A. A
1078
Crawford, Coe 1
1315
Crenshaw, John S
1352
Cross, J. W
1274
Crowell, Frank
1189
Crozier, Alfred Owen
956,1275
Cruger, Hans
56, 307,1399
Cummings, John Raymond
957, 958
Cunningham, W. M
592
Currie, B. W
132
Dalchow, Dr
244
Damme\ Dr
308
Daniel, Thomas Cushing
960, 961
Dannenbaum, Fritz
245
Dartiguenave, Aymard
213
Davies, J. W
962
Davis, Andrew McFarland
614,
770,811,812
Davis, J. F
38
Davison, H. P
1136
Dawes, Charles G
615,679, 963, 998
Dean, William B
998
Degen, W. Ch
64
De Knight, William F
701,727
Delia Vida, Ettore Levi
507
Del Mar, Alexander
39-42,61G

228

UBEABY OF CONGRESS

Denizet, Pierre
571
Depitre, Edgard
246
DesEssars, Pierre
61,1190
Dessau, H
56
D6tieux, Marcel
555
Deutsch, Henry
1488
Deville, Louis
1191
Devine, Henry C
343
Dewey, Davis Rich. 1,617,748,813,1241
Dillingham, William Paul
693
Dillon, JohnM
750
Dillon, Malcolm
344
Diouritch, Georges
572
Directory of directors
345
Disconto Gesellschaft, Berlin
247
Dix, John A
851
Dobson, R
480
Dodd, AgnesF
346,618
Dolteans, Edouard
92
Dolley, J. N
814,964
Domett, Henry W
815
Domizlaff, Dr
1341
Dop, Louis J
214
Dorn, Harold W
1310,1352
Dorrian, Cecil 1
143
Doubleday, Thomas
347
Douglas, Charles Henry James
816
Douglas, William L
1062
Douglass, William
619
Douilhet, Rene*
215
Downer, Benjamin James
867
Drummond-Fraser, D. See Fraser,
D. DrummondDubois, Joseph
195
Duguid, Charles
348, 350
Duke, Basil W
817
Dumay
218
Dun, John
357
Dunbar, Charles Franklin
43,
620,621,1234
Durrett, R. T
818
Earle, G. H., jr
903
Easton, Harry Tucker
44,
45, 351, 352,1489,1509
Ebersole, J. F
880
Eckardt, Homer Mark P h i l i p . . . 172-178,
902, 965,1306
Eckels, James H
679,998
Economist, London
353,482
Edkins, Joseph
196,197
Edwards, Adolph
1276
Edwards, Clarence R
586




Eheberg, K. Th. von
56
Ehrenberg, Richard
56
Eichholtz, Thilo
248
Ekern, H. L
1310
Eliason, Adolph Oscar
622
Elliott, J. M
903,1078,1179
Elliott, Jonathan
717
Elster, Ludwig
56
Emery, Henry C
1277
England, Minnie Throop
1192
England, P. W
1278
English, Ernest 1
1352
Ensell, E. H
965a
Erdely, A
549
Ericsson, Axel F
328
Esarey, Logan
819
Escher, Franklin
1481,1490
Eulenburg, Franz
1193
Evans, David Morier
355
Ewing, Thomas
762
Fairchild, Fred R
591,1306
Fairchild, Henry Pratt
1194
Falconbridge, John Delatre
179
Falkner, R. P
642
Fanno, Marco
46
Farnsworth, Frederick E
765a
Farwell, John V
966,1062
Favre, Jean
520,1195
Felch, Alpheus
820
Felt, Joseph Barlow
821
Ferguson, James E
967
Ferraris, Carlo Francesco
47,56,506
Ferry, E m i l e . . .
218
Field, Frederick William
181-183
Finance company in Pittsburg
822
Financial graphic
622
Financial review
623
Financier
1491
Fischer, P. D
56
Fisher, Edmund D
968
Fisher, Irving
48-50, 968a-968c, 1400
Fisher, Willard
1401
Fiske, Amos Kidder
51, 624
Fitts, J. H..'
823
Flagg, Azariah C
1318
Flux, Alfred William
538
Flynn, Dennis T
1319
Fochier, E
92
Foley, W
589
Forbes, Francis B
1196
Ford, Worthington C . 676-678, 725,1492
Forgan, David R . . .
1078

ATTTHOB INDEX
Forgan, James Berwick
625,
908, 969-971, 998, 1078,
1320,1352,1366,1446,1453
Forsyth, F . D
771
Fortune, E . F . Thomas
354-356
Forward, Walter
762
Fouse, L. G
590,860
Fowler, Charles Newell
690,
765a, 785, 925, 972-975,
998, 1131-1135, 1321
Fowler, William
357
Foxwell, Herbert Somerton
3,
68, 319, 332, 438
Franken, Carl
249
Frame, Andrew Jay
626,
765a, 880, 902, 903, 976-982, 985,
998,1078,1197,1310, 1322, 1323
France. Cornm. des crises Sconomiques (1908-1911)
1198
Conseil supirieur de Vagri., du
commerce et de VIndustrie. 216, 217
Laws, statute*, etc
1401a
Minister-e des affaires etrangeres. 1494
Parliament
218
Francis, John
358
Francis, Joseph H u m e
359
Francois, G
983
Franklin, Julia
1218
Franz, Robert
250,307
Fraser, D. Drummond328, 360
Frauz, Emil Richard
508
Fremantle, Sir Charles W i l l i a m . . .
132
Frewen, Moreton
574
Friedberg, R
56
Friedman, H. G
929
Frissell, Algernon S
903,1066
Fttrst, Max
1508
Fullarton, John
361
Fuller, Oliver C
861
Funk, Georg
1402
Gage, Lyman J . . 627, 765a, 903, 998,1403
Gairdner, Charles
1199
Gallatin, Albert
628, 718, 824
Gamborg, Joachim Christian
539
Gardin, John E
629, 984
Garland, N. S
163,164
Garnett, Charles H
825
Garrels, Gerhard William
985
Gates, H . W
903,1179
Gerard, Max L
154
Germany. Bankenquete - kommission
251-253
Borsen-enquete-hommission..
254,255




Germany.

229

Laws, statutes, etc
256,
257, 308,1404,1405
Reichsbank
258-260a, 1455
Silberkommission
261
Gest, William Purves
868
Gibbons, James Sloan
827,1235
Gibbons, Rodmond
52
Gibson, A. H
326,328,362
Gibson, Thomas
592,1200
Giffen, Sir Robert
363,450
Gilbart, James William... 53-55, 364, 630
Gilbert, James Henry
828, 829
Gill, B. L
807
Gilman, Theodore
1456,1457
Gilpin, William Jay
1458
Godet, Marcel
546
Godfrey, Le Roy D
1408
Goff, F . H
908,986
Golovin, Konstantin Fedorovich..
533
Goodhart, R. W
987
Goodwin, William Pennell
988
Gordon, Armistead Churchill
631
Goschen, George Joachim Goschen,
viscount
338, 365,1495
Gouge, William M
633, 756, 830
Goulburn, Henry
367
Gould, G. B
1279
Gould, John Melville
772
Gould, William E
831
Goumain-Cornille, Andre*
575
Graham, William
494, 495
Grant, James
366
Gray, Albert
989
Great Britain. Delegates to International monetary conference,
1892
132
Exchequer
367
Foreign office
1496
Gold and silver commission
368
Indian
currency
commission.
1893
576,577
Parliament
House of commons.
Irish exchange committee....
369
Secret committee on Bank of
England
370
Secret committee on Bank of
England charter
371-372
Secret committee on commercial
distress
373
Secret committee on joint stock
banks
374-376
Secret committee on the expediency of the bank resuming cash
payments
377

230

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

Great Britain. Parliament. House
of commons.
Select committee on bank acts. 378, 379
Select committee on banks of
issue
,
380-382
Select committee on promissory
notes in Scotland and Ireland. 383
Select committee on the high
price of gold bullion
384
House of lords. Committee on
the bank charter
385
Secret committee on Bank of
England
386
Secret committee on commercial
distress
387
Select committee on circulation
of promissory notes
388
Treasury
389, 390
Greef, Guillaume de
155,1406
Greene, Thomas Lyman
869
Grenfell, Henry R
407
Griffin, Albert
1280
Griffin, Apple ton Prentiss Clark.. 10-12a
Guthrie, James
851
Guyot, Yves
990,1281
Gygax, Paul
547
Halifax, Sir Charles Wood, 1st
viscount
380
Hall, D. A
745
Hallock, James Collins.. 1306,1459,1460
Hamande, Louis
156
Hamaoka, Itsuo
513
Hamilton, Alexander
634,
703, 730, 737, 740, 746, 753, 773
Hamilton, John L
998
Hamsher, C. F
1310
Handworterbuch der Staatswissenschaften
56
Hankey, Thomson
391
Hanna, Hugh H
1511,1512
Hannaford, Charles F
22,328
Hansard, Luke
392,480
Hansen, Mkolaus
262
Hardcastle, Daniel [pseud.]
428,429
Harden, Edward W
679
Harding, W. P. G
991
Harding, William F
832
Hardy, Dudley
350
Hardy, Rufus
1326
Harger, Charles Moreau
1327
Haristoy, Just
• • . . . . 1461
Harper, James Wilson
57
Harris, Joseph
412
Harris, Willis Overton
93




Hart, Albert Bushnell
747
Hart, Heber Leonidas
393
Harvey, A. S
357,480
Haskell, John D
1310
Haupt, Ottomar
1499
Hauser, Richard
578
Havenstein, Rudolf
251-253
Hawks, T. R
992
Heath, J. B
367
Heaton, Ernest
870
Hecht, Felix
56,263
Heckel, M. von
56
Hegemann, Werner
521
Heilfron, Eduard
256
Heiligenstadt, C
56,307
Heinsheimer, D. L
1310,1328
Helander, Sven
219
Helfferich, Karl
.' 23,58,264,264a
Helm & Helm
635
Helmo, Julius
265
Henderson, J. M
394
Henderson, John Brooks
1242
Hennicke, Alfred
543
Henry, Robert L
1138,1139
Hepburn, Alonzo Barton
636,
679, 861, 912, 959, 993,
993a, 998,1066,1302,1462

Herkner, Heinrich
56
Hermes, J
56,307
Herries, John Charles
395
Herrick, Clay
765a, 871,872,1282
Herrick, Myron T
903,
1062,1078,1179,1329,1352
Herschell, Farrer, 1st baron
576, 577
Hertzberg, Ebbe Carsten Horneman
540
Hertzka, Theodor
59
Herzfelder, Emil
1407
Hess, Ralph H
1408
Heyman, Hugo
266
Heymann, E
56
Heyn, Otto
60
Hignette, Alfred
1409
Hillhouse, Thomas Griswold
833
Hillingdon, Charles William Mills,
2d baron
357,450
Hinchman, T. H
834
Hirsch, Siegfried
270
Hirst, Francis Wrigley.. 396,439,482, 719
Hobson, R. P
1040
Hoch, E. H
1366
Holden, Sir Edward H
328,397
Holdsworth, John Thorn
748,880

AUTHOR INDEX
Holland, R. M
489
Holland, Robert W o l s t e n h o l m e . . .
398
Hollander, Jacob Harry
62, 637
Holz, Hermann
1201
Homans, Isaac Smith
358
Hooke, Charles W
1330
Hoover, H . C
994
Hopper, J. C
1310
Horn, Antoine E
61
Horner, Francis
384
Horton, Samuel Dana
2
Hotchkiss, Willard Eugene
638
Houldsworth, W. H
132
Hourwich, I. A
591
Hovey, Carl
639
Howard, Earl Dean
63,1306,1310
Howarth, William
1463
Huart, Albin
220
Hubener, Erhard
1202
Huebner, S. S
592
Hugenberg, Alfred
267
Hulbert, E . D
995-997,1052
Hull, George H
1203
Hull, Walter Henry
998
Hultman, Ivar
64
Huntington, Andrew T
695
Hurd, G. A
589
Hurlburt, C. G
1331
Huskinson, Thomas W
399
Huskisson, William
400
Huston, J. P
902, 999
Hutchins, F . A
1366
Hutchinson, G. S
808
Hutchison, John
65
Huttig, C. H
1310
Idelson, Wilhelm
56,534
Ilsley, James K . . . . 1000,1310,1332,1333
Imbart de Latour, Joseph Jean
Baptiste, comte
1204
Indiana bankers' association
1334
Ingham, Samuel D
762
Innes, A. Mitchell
66
Institute of bankers, London
401
Intercollegiate debates
1001
International American monetary
commission
133
International conference on bills of
exchange. Hague, 1910
1497
Hague, 1912
1498
International monetary conference
134
Investment bankers' association of
I
America
639a
Ireton, Robert E m m e t t
944,1002 I




Jacobs, Herbert
Jacobs, Lawrence Merton

231

366
67,
640, 902,1410
Jacobson, M. L
679
Jacobson, Morris
293
Jaeger, Urbain
556
Jaffe, Edgar
308,403
Jais, Maurice
557
Janssen, Albert E
135
Japan. Dept. of
finance
514
Jay, Pierre
839
Jefferson, Howard McNayr
1481
Jefferson, Thomas
641, 641a, 749
Jeidels, Otto
268
Jenks, Jeremiah W . . 585,1487,1511,1512
Jensen, Adolph
61
Jernigan, Thomas R
61,198,199
Jess, Stoddard
1003
Jevons, Mrs. Harriet Ann (Taylor).
68
Jevons, Herbert Stanley
68
Jevons, William Stanley
3, 68, 69
Johannsen, Nicholas A. L. J
1205
Johnson, Herbert E
774
Johnson, Joseph French
63,
70,184, 64.2, 880, 902, 998,1285
Johnston, Allen W
1004
Johnston, John
496
Jones, Breckinridge
765a, 1005,1335
Jones, Edward David
1206
Jones, El lis O
1006
Jones, Hadley T
1007
Jones, John P
697
Journal of commerce and commercial bulletin, ed
61
Julhiet,
fidouard
1181
Justice, Theodore
1243
K., A. W
328
Kalbe, Georg Gottlieb Julius Robert
269
Kane, T. P
1336
Kansas. Laws, statutes, etc
1336a
Karmin, Otto
1207
Katsura, marquis
515
Katzenstein, Louis
269a
Kaufmann, Eugen
221
Kautsch, Jacob
270
Kemmerer, Edwin Walter
71,
643, 644, 880,1008-1010,1411
Kent, Fred 1
902,1011
Kent, Robert D
880,1012
Keogh, A. A
1352
Kerr, Andrew William
497,49&
Keys, C M
589,1013,1286,1287

232
Kiaer, Anders Nicolai
Kiga, Kanju
Kilburn, Frederick D
Kinley, David

LIBKABY OF CONGBESS
541
516
590,860
72,679,757-759,

Lindsay, S. M
642
Lipman, Frederick L
1026
Lippert, P
4
Lipscomb, Andrew A
641a
1013a, 1014,1208,1337,1412-1415 Liverpool, Charles Jenkinson, 1st
Kinnear, Peter
1288
earl of.
406,407
Kirkbride, Franklin Butler
873 Lodge, Henry Cabot
634
Klein, Joseph J
1416 Loening, Edgar
56
Knapp, Bradford
909 Logan, W. H
499
Knapp, Georg Friedrich
56,73 London. Chamber of commerce..
328
Knies, Karl Gustav Adolf
74,1417
Gold reserves comm
408
Kniffin, William
1014a London banks
411
Knox, John Jay
645, 646, 679, 850 Lopuszanski, Eugen
144,145
Koch, Richard
56,257,271,308 Loria, Achille
77
56,278,307
Kreeck, George L
1310 Lotz, Walther
412
Lacey, E. S
679 Lowndes, William
650
Lafarge, R
92 Lownhaupt, Frederick
589
La Follette, Robert Marion
1015 Ludlam, C. S
1421,1422
Lagrave, Lucien
222 Lumm, Karl von
509
Lahaye, Paul Louis
1464 Luzzatti, Giacomo
1027-1030,1035
Landmann, Julius
56,548,549,1418 Lyford, F. E
1366
Langdon, Adolph Max
366 Lyman, Rollo L
836
Lansburgh, Alfred
272-274 Lynch, A. D
92
Larson, E. F
1016 Lyon, J
701, 727
Larson, George T
1017 Lyons, Judson W
1031
Lastig, Gustav
56 McCabe, Robert Larenzo
1340
Latin monetary union
136 McCaleb, Walter Flavius
1032
Lauck, William Jett
693,1018,1244 McCarty, James
685,
Laughlin, James Laurence
75, McCleary, James Thompson
687,1033
118, 647, 648, 880, 1019-1023,
1034
1062,1310,1338,1339,1366,1419 McClung, Lee
765a
Laurent, Edmond
1198 McCulloch, Hugh
5,
Lawson, Thomas W
1023a McCulloch, John Ramsay
78,412,425,426, 445
Lawson, W. R
124,765a
1466
Lawson, William John
404 McCune, Samuel R
1035,1078
Lea, Arthur
328 McDougal, Elliott C
1317
Leader, Sydney
1404 McHenry, John G
690
Leckie, William
405 McKinney, James
851
Lejeune, Henri
103,1440 McLane, Louis
185
Lescure, Jean
275,1209 Maclaren, John James
Letzel, C
305 Macleod, Henry Dunning.. 61,79, 80,1423
1140
LeVy, Raphael Georges
76, McMorran, Henry
484
76a, 136a, 1465 M'Neil, Allan...
651
Lewis, Elijah Banks
690,785 McPherson, Ix>gan Grant
902
Lewis, Lawrence
835 McRoberts, S
691,
Lewy, Max.
276 MacVeagh, Franklin
1036,1062,1141,1245
Lexis, Wilhelm H. R. A. 56,277,308,534
880
Lie, Herman
1024 Magee, J. D...
137
Lieder, F. W. C
259 Malou, Jules [Edouard Xavier
1341
Liefmann, Robert
56 Manes, Alfred
550
Liesse, Andre"
37,223,1420 Mansfield, R. E
112, 698
Lindbergh, Charles A
1139 Manson, Joseph O
652
Linderman, Henry Richard
649 Manual of statistics
1289
Lindgren, Charles
1025 Marburg, Theodore




AUTHOK INDEX
Marcuse, Paul
653
Margraff, Anthony William
1500
Marshall, John
750
Marston, Edwin S
1066
Martin, G. W
807
Martin, John Biddulph
413
Martin, Rudolf Emil
1210
Martin, William McChesney
653a,
1037,1037a, 1424
Martinez-Sobral, Enrique
522-524
Mason, David Marshall
298,414,480
Matheson, Erving
1501
Matthews, Joseph Bridges
415
Mauer, Hermann
279
Mawhinney, Robert J
695
May, R . E
1211
May, Ralph
1374
Maync, Reginald
1425
Mead, F . S
328
Meade, Edward Sherwood
591. 654
Mees, Willem Cornells
530
Meissner, Konrad
280
Melchior, Carl
307
Meline, Jules
231
Menger, Karl
56,146
Merchants' association of New
York
1342
Meredith, Christabel
319, 438
Meredith, W. M
851
Merkel, Johannes
56
Merritt, Fred D
837
Metzler, Ludwig
281
Mexico. Laws, statutes, etc
525
Meyer, E . J
592
Meyer, E. L
1038
Meyer, Edward
56
Meyer, Eugene, jr..
1290
Meynen, Walther
157
Migulin, Petr Petrovich
535
Milburn, John G
1136
Miles, Herbert De la Haye
1039
Mill, John Stuart
416
Milliken, R. C
1040
Mills, A. L
903
Mills, Andrew
1066
Millsaps, R. W
838
Mitchell, Wesley Clair
13, 655-657
Molinari, Gustave de
1398
Moll, Ewald
282
Monetary convention
658-660
Montagu, Sir Samuel
451
Monteagle, Thomas Spring-Rice,
1st baron
374-376




233

Moody, J
592
Moody's manual
661
Morales, William H
558
Morawetz, Victor
880,943,1042-1045
Morgan, John Pierpont
1046
Morgan, J. P., and co
1046a, 1136
Morris, Robert
1212
Morse, Hosea Ballou
200
Moxon, Thomas Bouchier
417
Mueller, Geh
308
Mueller, Waldemar
307
Muhleman, Maurice Louis
81-82,
124a, 201, 662, 663, 979,
1047-1056,1077,1426,1427
Mundy, F . W
589
Murray, Lawrence 0
664,
665, 679,765a, 839,1057
Murray, Reginald
581
Mussey, Henry Raymond
880
Myrick, Herbert
905,1058,1059
Naruse, S
515
Nash, William Alexander
903,
959, 998,1060,1467
Nasse, E
56
Nation, London
1061
National association of supervisor
of state banks
839
National citizens' league
926,
1019,1021,1062
National city bank of New York..
775
National monetary commission.
See U. S. National monetary
commission.
Nebraska. Laws, statutes, etc
1342a
Nettleton, A. B
1343
New York (State). Bank commissioners
1344
Comptroller's office
1345
Special comm. on banks
1066
New York. Fourth national b a n k . 1067
Produce exchange
1068
Public library
6,7
New York clearing house association
1454,1468,1468a, 1469
Newfang, Oscar
1064
Newlands, Francis G
1065
Newton, Sir Isaac
412,454
Neymarck, Alfred
226
Nicholas, F . C
592
Nichols, E . R
1001
Nichols, F . C
902
Nicholson, Joseph Shield
83,84
Nicollon des Abbayes, Robert
544

234

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

Nixon, Alfred.......
398
Nogaro, Bertrand
85,224,225,1502
Norman, George Warde
418,419
Norris, Frank L
776
Norton, E
592
Norton, John Pease
666,880,944
Norton, L. A
592
Noyes, Alexander Dana
720,
777, 874,1069,1258,1291-1295

Oakes, Edwin S
1346
Obst, Georg
86,87,1429
Oertmann, Paul
56
Oklahoma. Laws, statutes, etc
1348
Osborne, Th
536
Otis, W. E
1310
Ottolenghi, Costantino
1213
Overstone, Samuel Jones Loyd, 1st
baron
420-426
Owen, Walter C
857,1365
Packe, Charles E
427
Padgett, Lemuel Phillips. 908,1070,1071
Page, Richard
428,429
Paget, Sir John Rahere, hart
430
Paish, George
719
Palgrave, Sir Robert Harry Inglis. 25,
88,328,431-434,482,489,1072
Pallain, Jacques
1503
Palmer, John Horsley
423
Pandia Calogeras, Jo§,o—
559
Parker, C
880
Patron, Maurice
226
Patterson, C. Stuart
908,1073
Patton, E. B
880
Paultre, C
92
Pearson, P. M
1001
Peffer, William Alfred
943
Pendlebury, Thomas
89
Pennell, Joseph
350
Perine, Edward Ten Broeck
875
Perkins, G. W
959
Perrin, John
908,1062,1073a, 1074
Perry, S. E
435,436
Peterson, C. V
1253
Petty, Sir William
412
Pfleger, F. J
56
Phelan, Raymond V
1306,1349
Philadelphia. Chamber of commerce
1075
Philbrick, Francis Samuel
1246
Philippovich von Philippsberg,
Eugen
56,437,438
Phillips, Charles Francis
998
Phillips, Henry, jr
667
Phillips, J. Spencer
328




Phillips, John Burton
760
Phillips, W. W
1076
Picard, Roger
1214
Pick, B
56
Pierson, L. E
906
Pike, James Shepherd
1238
Pitts, John A
1310
Piatt, James
90
Plehn, Carl Copping
721, 721a
Plucer-Sarna, N
551
Pohle, Ludwig
1215
Polier, L
92
Pommier, Louis
227
Pond, H. H
807
Poor's manual of industrials
668
Porter, George Richardson
439
Posadowsky-Wehner, Arthur Adolf,
Graf von
261
Poschinger, Heinrich, Ritter von. 285,286
Potter, Elisha Reynolds.... 667,840,841
Potts, C. S
591
Powers, J. D
1350
Powers, Le Grand
726
Pownall, G. H
440
Prager, Max
669
Pratt, A. S., &eons
778
Pratt, Sereno Stansbury
670
Prendergast, William Ambrose
1431
Price, Langford Lovell Frederic
Rice
91
Price, William H
1351
Prickett, William A
582
Prince, Am6d6e
228,229
Prinzivalli, Gino
510
Prion, W
287,1504
Prior, Thomas
412
Proebst, Siegmund
1432
Pugsley, Cornelius A
998
Pujo, Arsene P
908,1136,1137
Quesnel, Louis
1181
Quinn, T. P
1253
Rae, George
443
Rae, John
500
Raffalovich, Arthur
61,288-290
Ralston, William C
1079
Ramsey, W. K.,jr
693
Rand-McNally bankers' directory. 671
Rand-McNally bankers'monthly. 1352
Rauchberg, Heinrich
56,1471
Ray, E
1505
Raymond, Charles T
1306
Raynaud, B
92
Rayneri, Charles
230
Reihl, Charles W
1306

AUTHOR INDEX

235

Russell, Henry Benajah
138
Republican
party.
National
186a
comm. 1908-1912
1353 Ryan, Peter
1220
Rettig, Paul
291 Ryner, Ira
454
Revell, Alexander Hamilton
1320, S., J
231
1354,1366 Sagnier, Henry
1181
Revis, G. W
328 Sainte Croix, Lucien de
515
Reynolds, Arthur
1077, Sakatani, baron
1078,1080-1082,1434 Salland, Otto
1297
Reynolds, George McClelland
908, Sammis, L. Walter
590,860
949,1062,1083-1089,1216,1435 Saulgeot, H
297,537
1221
Reynolds, Marc M
1239 Sayous, Andre" E
56, 307
Rhett, R. G
906, 907,1078,1090 Schachner, Robert
56
Rhoades, John H a r s e n . . . . . . . . 1091,1092 Schanz, Georg von
Scharling, William
56,95
Rhode
Island. State
library.
1473
Legislative ref. bureau
848 Schenck, Edwin S
903
Rhodes, Bradford
645 Schiff,J. H
308
Ricardo, David
405, 445,474 Schinckel, Max
Rice, David Perry
1093 Schmidt, Hermann. 298,340, 357,447,480
Richardson, William Adams
722 Schnapper, Eduard
448
Richmond, John Wilkes
723 Schonitz, Hans
1437
Rider, Sidney S
841 Schollmeyer, Friedrich W. L
56
Ridgely, William Barret
590, Schortmann, Max
96,299
679, 860, 876, 903, 998,1094,1179 Schuette, John
998,1310,1358,1359
Riesser, Jacob
56, 292, 293 Schulte, Fritz
56
Robbins, Edwin Clyde
1095 Schurman, J. G
908
Roberts, Ellis H
998 Schuster, F . 0
357,480
Roberts, George E v a n
743, Schuster, Sir Felix
298,
880, 902, 903, 904,1062,
328,340,397, 449-451
1096-1101, 1217, 1355 Schwalenberg, Georg Karl
232
Roberts, John Gray
1356 Schwarz, O
56
Robinson, Henry
454 Schweitzer, Georg
300
Robinson, Humphrey
93 Scott, William Amasa.
97,
Rodbertus, Johann Karl
1218
724, 915,1062,1104,1105
Roeder, Adolf
552 Scudder, S. D
1106
Roesle, Alexander
553 Seager, H . R
642
Rogers, James Edwin T h o r o l d . . . .
446 Seidel, Dr
307
Rollins, M
589,592 Seligman, Edwin R. A . . . 959,1107,1298
Romero, Matias
133 Seligman, Isaac N
125,126, 903
Root, L. Carroll
186, Selwyn-Brown, A r t h u r . . . . 592,1108,1236
294, 751, 752, 842-845,1102 Senior, Nassau William
98
Rosenblatt, F . F
271 Seyd, Ernest
452, 453,1474,1506
Rosendale, William M
1436 Shallenberger, A. C
1310
Ross, H. Russell
1310,1352 Shaw, Leslie Mortier. 944, 998,1109,1110
Rossell, John S
1103 Shaw, William Arthur
99, 454
Rostand, Eugene
156 Shearme, J. A
455
Rothschild, Alfred de
132 Sheldon, Edward W
1066
Roulleau, G
1219 Sherer, William
1310
Rowe, L. S
904 Sherwood, Grace Mabel
848
Rowe, W. S
918 Sherwood, T. C
672
Royall, William Lawrence
846, 847 Shirley, John Cofer
1475
Rozenraad, Cornelis
94 Simmel, Georg
100
Ruby, Josef
295 Simmons, George W
1062
Ruggles, Clyde 0
770 Simonds, Louis C
518
Ruppel, Willy
296 Skinner, Thomas
411




236

LTBEABY OF CONGRESS

Smith, Howard Irving
101
Snyckers, Alexander
301
Snyder, C
592
Soetbeer, Adolf
8
Solomonsohn, Dr
308
Soltau, Otto
583
Somary, Felix
437
Somers, Robert
502
Sommerlad, Theo
56
Souchon, A
92,1222
Soyeda, Juichi
61
Spalding, W . F
456,584
Speare, C. F
589
Spencer, John Charles, 3d earl... 371,385
Spitzer, L
589
Sprague, C. E
589
Sprague, Oliver Mitchell Wentworth. 43, 515, 620, 673, 915,1077,1099,
1111-1115,1223,1234,1299,1438,1476
Spring-Rice, Thomas. See Monteagle, Thomas Spring Rice, 1st
baron.
Springer, Jakob
554
Squire, A
589
Stackpole, Everett Birney
849
Stanley, Augustus 0
1299a
The Statist
457
Steele, Francis Edward
102,
302,397,458-460
Steller, Paul
.
303,304
Stephens, Thomas A
9
Sterrett, J. E
873
Stevenson, Charles W
877,
1116,1117,1306, 1352
Stewart, Duncan M
187
Stickney, A. B
998,1118
Stock exchange official intelligence
461
Stock exchange yearbook
462
Stockwell, H. G
902
Stonex,WilberL
1119
Straker, Frederick A
463,464
Strauss, A
959
Stroll, Moritz
56,308
Strong, Benjamin, jr
908
Sumner, William Graham
61, 674
Swanson, William Walker
188,779
Swift, W. Martin
1077,1120
Swoboda, Otto
1508
Sykes, Ernest
53,102,489
Sykes, Ernest William
465
Taft, William Howard... 765a, 1062,1121
Tait, James Selwin
1122




Takahashi, baron Korekiyo
511
Takaki, Masayoshi
517
Talbert, Joseph T . . 1123-1126,1439,1477
Taney, Roger B
762
Tate, William
1509
Taussig, F. W
620,1234
Taylor, Walter F
1136
Taylor, William George Langworthy
1126a, 1225
Telschow, R
305
Temple, Sir Richard
454
Tennant, Charles
466
Terrel, Henry
103,1440
Terrell, P
589
Thompson, Oscar
779a
Thompson, William
1127
Thomson, William
104
Thornton, Sir Edward
467
Thornton, Henry
468
Tiffany, Francis Buchanan
675
Tillman, J. F
701,727
Tillyard, Francis
1441
Tinnock, W. A
328
Tipper, Henry
105,469
Tompkins, D. A
896,1128
Tooke, Thomas
470-473,476,479
Torrens, Robert
474-479
Townsend, Charles E
909
Townsend, John Pomeroy
61
Treat, Charles H
903,1129,1130
Trigge, A. St. L
„.
192
Tritton, J. Herbert
328,340,450,480
Troch, Ewald
306
Truesdell, John P
1068
Trust companies of the United
States
878
Turner, Benjamin Bannister
481
Turner, W
1226
Umsted, James S. H
106
Underwood, Oscar W
1360
United States. Bureau of insular
affairs
585
Bureau of statistics (Dept. of commerce and labor)
107
Bureau of statistics
(Treasury
dept.)
108, 676-678, 725
Bureau of the census
726
Bureau of the mint
109
Commission on international exchange
1511,1512
Comptroller of the currency
679,
680, 780-784, 850,1413

AUTHOR INDEX
United States. Congress. House.
Committee on investigation of
United States steel corporation. 1299a
Committee on banking and
currency
127-129,
681-690, 785,1131-1137
Committee on rules
1138,1139
Committee to investigate the
concentration of control of
money and credit
1140
Senate
787
Committee on
finance
691,
692, 786,1141
Committee on judiciary
1299a
Delegate to Int. conf. on bills of
exchange
1510
Dept. of commerce and labor
1442
Dept. of justice
787a
Dept. of state
130
Immigration commission
693
Laws, statutes, etc
694-696, 788
Library of Congress. Division of
bibliography
10-12a
Monetary commission, 1876
697
National monetary
commission.
Publications
13,18, 56, 67,
110-112,148,153,161, 184, 189,
223, 226, 233, 236, 253, 259, 271,
293, 307-309, 438, 482, 489, 506,
515, 519, 529, 534, 538, 549, 637,
640, 644, 695, 698-700, 719, 748,
757, 770, 777, 789-792, 800, 813,
854,864,881,882,886,893,1142,
1143,1223,1415,1420,1444,1448
Register of the Treasury
701, 727
Supreme court
1306
Treasurer
702
Treasury dept
703, 704, 728-730,
736,737,740, 753, 761-765, 793796, 851, 852, 1144, 1300, 1301
Division of loans and currency
705,706
War dept. Div. of insular affairs.
586
Untermyer, Samuel
1046,1142,1144a
Upshur, Abel P
1380
Upton, Jacob Kendrick
707
V., A
1361
Vallier, Fernand
234
Vanderlip, Frank A
903,
959,998,1145,1179,1227
Van Deusen, E
589
Van Tuyl, George C , jr
853




Vaughan, Rice
Veblen, Thorstein B
Verein fur Socialpolitik
Vergne, P
Vialles, Pierre
Vidal, Emmanuel
Villefaigne, J. G. d e .
Vreeland, Edward Butterfield

237

412
1443
1224
1228
1229
236
14,1513
189,
1146-1153
Wade, Festus J
914,1310,1361a, 1362
Wadsworth, P . G
1154
Wagner,Adolf HeinrichGotthilf. 113, 311
Waldo, D. B
797
Walker, A. E
807
Walker, Byron E d m u n d . 61,185,190-192
Walker, Francis Amasa
114,115
Walker, John D
1310,1363
Walker, Joseph H
685, 687, 688
Walker, Robert J
762, 851
Wall, Alexander
1155
Wall, R. G
1253
Wallace, Alfred Russel
1230
Wallace, Henry E
1458
Wallace, William
484
Wallich, Paul
56,312
Walsh, Correa Moylan
116,1514
Walther, Andreas
313
Warburg, Paul M
880,
908, 959,1156-1161,1444
Warnack, Max
314
Warren, Henry
485
Warschauer, Otto Frieclrich
315,316
Washington, H . A
641
Watson, Archibald Robinson
1478
Watson, David Kemper
708
Watson, Eric R
1383
Watts, Frank O
861
Watts, George Thomas
1162
Weaver, S. Roy
193
Webb, Montagu de Pomeroy
587
Weber, Adolf
117, 237, 317,486
Webster, Pelatiah
709
Webster, W. C
1364,1369
Weeks, John Wingate.... 1078,1139,1163
Weil, H . E
...
589
Weill, N . E
1445
Welldon, Samuel A
854
Welliver, Judson C
1164
Wellman, Walter
1165
Wessling, C M
542
Wexler, S
903,1179
Wheeler, C. R
1310,1352

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Wheeler, Harry A
1062 Wittner, Max
307
1442
Whitaker, A. C
118 Wolfe, Archibald J
121,122
White, A. A
194 Wolff, Henry W
1231
White, Horace
119, Wolff, Julius
307
710, 711,754, 902, 998,1166,1167 Wolff, Siegfried
Whitney, David R
855 Wolowski, Louis Francois Michel
Raymond
123,490, 502,503
Wickersham, George W
787a
1310
Wieland, Karl Albert
1515 Wood, A. F
Wight, William Ward
856 Wood, Charles. See Halifax, Sir
Charles Wood, 1st viscount.
Wigram, Clifford
391
Wildman, M. S
902 Wood, Edward R
1173
Wileman, J. P
560 Wood, F. S . . . . .
1174
Williams, George Leroy
1168 Woodbury, Levi
".
762,851
Williams, Hugh
1186 Woodlock, T. F
959,1260
Williamson, Alexander
1401a Worthen, William Booker
858
Willis, Henry Parker. .139,147,1169-1171 Wright, Benjamin C
859
Wilson, C. Rivers
132 Yaple, Alfred
1240
Wilson, Eugene T
1306 Yates, Henry W
998,
Wilson, James
479,487
1078,1175,1175a, 1176,1232,1310
Wilson, Otto
203 Young, A. M
1369
Wing, Daniel Gould
1172 Young, George W
879
Wirminghaus, A
56 Young, S
902
Wirth, Max
61,120 Youngman, Elmer Haskell
130a,
Wisconsin. Legislative reference dept.
15
645, 712, 765a
Legislature. Special committee
561,562
on banking
857,1365 Zaldari, Peter G
Zettermann, G. L
563
University.
Univ. extension
1366
div
1366,1367 Zimmerman, H. M
214,1233
Withers, Hartley
488, Zolla, Daniel
56,148
489,1303,1516 1517 Zuckerkandl, Robert




SUBJECT INDEX
[The numbers refer to items, not to pages.

Agricultural credit
56,121,122,307
Algeria
557
France
206,214, 215,230, 231
Germany.
245, 249, 250,
262, 263,267,279,306,307
United States
791,909
See also Cooperative banking.
Alabama
724,807,823
Aldrich plan:
See National reserve association of the United States.
Algeria, Bank of
557
American bankers' association and
currency reform
765a, 861, 977
Argentine Republic
92,1231
Arkansas
724,802,858
Asset currency
626,
920, 998,1001,1360
See also Canada.
Australia
564,565,1464
See also Great Britain: Colonies.
Austria-Hungary
56,
61, 89, 92,122,140-148, 285
Clearing house. 1448,1450,1464,1471
Credit
1386
Statistics
141,142,285
Austro-Hungarian bank
148
Baden
295
Bank acceptances
67, 640,908
Bank charter act, 1844
464,
469,479,485, 487
Bank depositors protective association
1312
Bank examination
188, 501,
625, 664, 774-776,779a, 784, 839,1453
Bank loans
637,880
See also Credit.
Bank note issues
117, 679
Germany
258,
295,302,314,459
Great Britain
302,459
Scotland
494,495, 502
United States
653,672,677-679,
766, 797,880, 920, 988, 998,1094
See also Banks of issue, Bank of
England, and names of other
central banks; Paper money.
86054°—13
16




Bank notes and c r e d i t . . . 1383,1391,1395
Bank of England
22,319,
323-325, 328, 339, 354,356,358,359,
361, 367, 370-372, 377, 385, 386, 389391, 399, 402, 421, 424,429, 432, 434,
437, 438, 446, 449,452,453,464,466,
476, 478, 481-483, 485, 488, 489, 880
Bibliography
9,319
Bank of France
204-206,
209, 210, 213, 218, 222-224, 226,227,
232,233, 235, 269, 301,466, 880,1173
Bibliography
222,
226,227, 232, 269, 301
Bank of Germany:
See Imperial Bank of Germany.
Bank of New York
815
Bank of North America
679, 745, 835
Bank of the Netherlands
527, 529
Bank of the United States, 17911811
620, 641, 641a, 669,
679, 743, 745, 747-751, 753, 762, 880
Bibliography
11
Bank of the United States, 18161836
82,669,
679, 741-745, 748, 750, 752, 754, 880
Bibliography
11, 744
Bank rate
326
Belgium.
88,158
France
88,235,434
Germany
88,310,434
Great Britain
88,
326, 362, 433, 447, 458, 483, 485, 488
The Netherlands
88, 531
Bank reserves
902
Great Britain
325,
327, 328, 338, 357, 363, 365,
392,432, 441, 485, 488, 569
See also Gold reserves.
Bank supervision:
See Bank examinations.
Bankers' bank
920
Banking, Influence of State o n . . 35,880
Banks of issue
34, 56, 76, 679,1378
France
209, 212, 225,227
Germany
254,278,311,316
Great Britain
330,373,
380-382,402,405,424,431,452,453
239

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Banks of issue—Continued.
United States
809, 810,825,
840-842, 961,1031,1098,1108,1159
See also Bank note issues,
Bank of England, names of
other central banks, Italy
and Switzerland.
Banque de France, Paris:
See Bank of France.
Banque de Paris et des Pays-Bas,
Paris
212
Banque nationale de Belgique,
Brussels:
See National b a n k of Belgium.
Belgium
56,
61,88,89,122,137,149-158,1406
Bibliography
157
See also National bank of Belgium.
Berlin
287,1504
Bibliography
1-15,
24, 36, 39-41, 56, 70, 72, 75,
85,86,87,92,97,102,119,1461
Bicentral banking system
1154
Bill brokers.
464,488
Bills of exchange
179,254,488,1383,
1391,1401a, 1404,1405,1429,1432,
1433, 1484, 1494, 1496-1498, 1510
Bimetallism
48,56,68,92,261,609
Bibliography
6
Bonds in relation to banking
589,
650, 679
See also Securities, Stocks.
Branch banking
20,440, 612,
626, 673, 679, 902, 965, 965a, 998
See also Canada, Scotland.
Brazil
92,559,560
Bulgaria
89
Bullion committee report
333,
384, 395, 445, 467
Burma
585
Business men and National reserve
association:
See National reserve association: Businessmen.
Business men's monetary conference
1075,1103
California
52,859
Canada
61,159-194,366,599,902,965
Bibliography
160,184
Laws
171,
173a, 179,180,181,185,192,193,366
Canadian bank of commerce
166,167
Central America
679




Central bank question
24,56,64,
96, 214, 219, 299, 513, 546, 552, 563
Bibliography
24,
64,96,1001,1002,1095
United States
626,
679, 880, 901, 903, 916, 941, 943946, 948, 963, 968, 976, 985, 992,
993, 999, 1001, 1002, 1006, 1007,
1024, 1027, 1028, 1031, 1032, 1039,
1042, 1049, 1053, 1072, 1079, 10951099, 1106,1108-1110, 1112-1113a,
1117, 1130, 1148, 1156, 1157, 1159,
1160, 1164, 1167, 1170, 1174, 1175
See also Bank of England and
names of other central banks;
National reserve association.
Central reserve association:
See National reserve association of the United States.
Central reserve bank
1118
Ceylon
585
Checks
22,56,254, 307,1375,1377,
1381-1383,1391,1396,1397,1401a,
1404, 1405, 1428, 1461, 1498, 1510
Out-of-town
1454,
1459,1460,1468,1475
China
61,92,195-203,1511,1512
Clearing function of National rereserve association:
See National reserve association: Clearing function.
Clearing house certificates, United
States
765, 903,1264,1267,
1270, 1283, 1284, 1301, 1447, 1465
Clearing house examinations
1446,
1453,1466,1469,1477
Clearing houses
29,
56, 69, 179, 464, 594, 861, 902,
959, 1136, 1139, 1140, 1446-1479
Bibliography
1461
See also London
bankers'
clearing house; New York
clearing house association.
Collection charges:
See Checks, Out-of-town.
Colonial and foreign money and
banking
248,564-587
Bibliography.. 566,571,572,578,583
Colonial banking before the Revolution
614,
619,633, 667, 811, 812, 816,840,841
Compensated gold dollar:
See Standardized dollar.

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SUBJECT INDEX
Concentration in banking:
Germany
241,246,291-293,312
Switzerland
546, 551
Concentration of money, United
States:
See Money trust; National reserve association: Money
power.
Congressional hearings
681-686,
1131,1134, 1136, 1137, 1139, 1299a
Constitutionality of Bank of United
States.
634, 746, 749,750, 753
Constitutionality of a national
bank
773
Cooperative banking
56,121,122,
258,307,343, 919, 951,1016,1077
See also Agricultural credit.
Cotton crop, Financing
991,1022
Country banks:
Great Britain
330,442,443
United States
902,
998,1027-1030,1035,1062,1127
See also National reserve
assoc.: Country banks.
Country clearings:
See Checks, Out-of-town.
Court of
finance
1091
Credit and credit instruments
16,50,

Crises—Continued.
Panic of 1837
1847

1220
1220

1857... 620,827,1220,1234-1236
1860
620,1234
1866
1237,1238
1873
1199,1239,1240
1884
679
1890
679,1244
1893
1241-1246
1901
1247-1251,1278
1903
591,1232,1251-1260
1907
679,1015,
1179,1196,1259,1261-1303,1360

Theory of crises
1180,
1192,1195,1219,1225,1252
Crops, Financing
177,1051
See also Cotton crop, Financing.
Cuba
558,679
Laws
558
Denmark
89,1316
Deposit accounts, United States... 679
Deposit banking:
Germany
308,317,486
Great Britain
317,448,486
United States. See Deposit of
public money, United States.
Deposit of public money, United
56,63, 74,103,155,208, 219,222,
States
591,755-766
223, 224, 243, 267, 307, 308, 329,
Bibliography
760
335, 466, 468, 485, 509, 666, 679,
Depreciation of gold
68, 368
694-696, 942, 1219, 1370-1445 Depreciation of money
48,400
137
Bibliography
1381, Depreciation of silver
44,101,104
1386,1402,1411,1415, Dictionaries
25,
1431,1432, 1437,1442 Directories
345,408,411,598, 599, 600,671
Credit and prices
1373,1411,1413
56,
Credit currency
712, Discount
222, 247, 287, 327, 363, 949,
785, 902, 903, 948, 988, 999,
1408,1421,1422,1425,1435,
1001,1060,1426,1427,1467
1439,1440,1444,1445,1504
Bibliography
1001
Bibliography
1425
See also Elastic currency;
Dollar, Compensated gold:
Emergency currency.
See Standardized dollar.
Credit instruments:
Egypt
562
See Credit and credit instruElastic currency
165,528,
ments.
611,903,993,1004,1165,1356,1377
Credit lyonnais
233
See also Credit currency; EmerCrises
17, 50, 56,68,165, 290,487,
gency currency.
592, 626, 630, 759, 793, 880-882, Emergency currency
182,948,998,
908, 934, 954,955, 982,998,1062,
1051,1060,1264,1270,1447,1467
1101,1145,1165,1177-1233,1452
See also Credit currency; ElasBibliography
1181,
tic currency; Clearing-house
1186,1202,1206,1209,1215,1220
certificates.




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Europe
18,64,99,640,921
See also names of countries.
Exchanges
, . . . . 44,69,72,78,116,
254,307,337,354, 700,1168,1390
See also Bills of exchange;
Foreign exchange.
Export banks
228,229,234
Export trade and banking facilities
902,942,962,1442
See also National reserve assoc.:
Export trade.
Far East
92
Farmer and the National reserve
assoc.:
See National reserve assoc.:
Farmer.
Federal bond issues
706,902
Federal control:
See Government control.
Federated Malay States
585
Finland
563
First bank of the United States:
See Bank of the United States,
1791-181X.
Florida
724
Foreign branch banks
456,
568, 569, 573, 902
Foreign exchange
22,44,69,
85, 233,234,287,309,464,482,
488, 700, 959, 1423, 1480-1517
Bibliography
14,
1502,1503,1513,1514
Theory of foreign exchange... 1495,
1499,1506
See also Bills of exchange, Exchanges.
Foreign trade:
See Export trade.
Fowler bill, 1897
612a
1907
690, 972, 973, 998,1342
1912
925, 936, 974,1051d,1120a
France
40, 56, 61, 88, 89, 110, 122,
137, 204-237, 638,1376,1378
Bibliography
207,
209, 212, 215,221,234, 571, 583
Clearing house
1448,1450,1464
Colonies
571, 575, 583,1409
Credit
.
208,
220, 222, 223,1386,1387,1420
Crises
1204,1220,1228
Laws
218,1401a
Public finance...... 112,208,223,226
Statistics
233,235
See also Bank of France.




Free banking.
466,609
See also National banks, United States,
Free collection of checks:
See Checks, Out-of-town.
Gage bill
612a
Georgia..
724,762
Germany
40, 56,
61, 88, 89, 110, 137, 207, 238-317,
572, 638, 880,1181,1202,1221,1455
Bibliography
207, 239,
241, 243, 245, 246, 249, 262, 268, 276,
279, 292, 295-297, 299, 566, 572, 578
Clearinghouse
1449,
1450,1455,1464,1471
Colonies
248,566,572,578
" Credit
243, 267, 307,
1381,1386,1397,1432,1437
Crises....
290,1202,1221
Guaranty of deposits
1310
Laws
242,245,256,
257,264a, 271, 296, 298, 300, 307,
308, 315, 1381, 1404, 1405, 1428
Public
finance
112,265,299
Statistics... 56, 258,285,307,309,310
See also Imperial bank of Germany.
Glossary
44,348,1489
Gold
56,106,986a
Bibliography
4
Depreciation of
68,368
Gold-exchange standard
1511,1512
Gold movements
33,
118, 233, 280,309,482, 959,1492
Gold reserves:
Germany
258
Great Britain
258,320,321,328,
342, 365, 397,408,451, 464, 488
See also Bank reserves:
Great Britain.
United States
690,
903,1014,1062,1100
Gold standard
99, 264,514, 620,1513
Bibliography
6
See also Monetary systems of
the world.
Gold supply
6,
33, 92, 233, 309, 363, 365,
574, 676, 677, 700, 994, 998
Government and the National reserve association:
See National reserve association: Government.
Government control
81,590,876,902

SUBJECT INDEX
Great Britain
22,25,40,53,55,56,
61, 80, 88, 89,110,137, 302, 317, 319490,494,495, 500, 620, 630, 674,1376
Bibliography
332,
334, 343, 346,403,404
Clearing house
1449,
1450,1463,1464
See also London bankers'
clearing house.
Colonies
567, 568
See also names of colonies.
Credit
329,466,468,1386,1387
Crises
1220,1222
Laws
65,
104, 320, 341, 366, 393, 394, 398,
401, 415, 430, 464,469,479,484
Public
finance
112, 437, 438, 717
Statistics
56, 353, 362,
432,434,441,457,482,483
See also Bank of England.
Greece
89,137,561
Greenbacks
655, 656, 920
Guaranty of bank deposits
648,
690, 920, 998,1001,1135,1304-1369
Bibliography
1001
Laws
679,
1331, 1333, 1336a, 1342a,
1346,1348,1351,1364,1369
See also New York safety fund
system.
Guaranty of note issues
690, 786, 1135
Hawaii
679
Hill bill
612a
History of banking.. 43,53,56, 61, 95,105
Canada
160,161,183,192
Germany
281, 286, 292, 307
Great Britain
55,
341, 344, 347, 352, 355, 364,404, 405,
428, 439, 445, 464, 477,485,492, 500
See also Bank of England.
Scotland
492, 500
United States
602-605,
622, 628, 630, 633, 634, 641, 641a,
645, 662, 679, 695, 696, 704,710
See also Colonial banking
before the Revolution;
State banks; and names
of states.
History of money
27,
29, 30,39-41, 56, 69,99,119,
120, 334, 346, 347, 354, 395,
400, 406, 407, 412, 454, 521
Bibliography
39,41,99,334,346 I




243

History of money—Continued.
United States
99, 608, 610,
616-618, 636, 674, 700, 708-710
Bibliography
99,
610, 616-618, 636,710
See also names of states.
Holland:
See The Netherlands.
Hooper bill
770
Hungary:
See Austria-Hungary.
Hlinois
798,825
Immigrant banks
693,1018
Imperial Bank of Germany. 232,244,251253, 259-260a, 264a, 265, 266, 269,
269a, 277, 280, 283, 284, 289, 290,
294, 301, 305, 308, 310, 314, 1455
Bibliography
232, 244, 269, 301
Independent treasury system:
See United States. Treasury.
India
122,581, 584, 585, 587
Gold question
328, 574
Indian currency commission.. 576,
577,587
See also Great Britain. Colonies.
Indiana
798,819,832
Bibliography
819
Indo-China
555
Insuring deposits:
See Guaranty of deposits.
Interest
50,78,239
Bibliography
5,239
History
56,415
Rate of
48, 56,
70, 365,432, 434, 657, 679, 908, 937
Theory of
48
International American bank
124a,
127-130a
International American monetary
commission
133
International banking
19,124-130a
International bimetallic conference
261
International coinage
68,1506
International monetary conference 132,
134,135,137,138
Investors and banks
639a, 654
Iowa
837
Ireland
56,
344, 364,369, 383,388,404,428,441
Italy
56,61,
89,92,110,122,137,504-510,880
Bibliography
508

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Italy—Continued.
Clearing house
1449,1450,1464
Credit
509,1386
Laws
506
Public
finance
508
Japan
61,
76a, 92,511-517, 679,880,1464
Bibliography
516,517
Joint stock banks:
Germany
281,282,316
Great Britain
331,
345,355,374-376, 394,436,464,482
Kansas
804,807,1310,1336a
Bibliography
804
Kentucky
798,817,818
Laborer and the National reserve
assoc:
See National reserve association: Laborer.
Land banks:
See Agricultural credit.
Latin monetary union
56,
131,136,137,139
Bibliography
131,139
Laws, General.. 40,41,104,270,679,1513
See also under names of countries.
Legal tender
334,608,646,649
Bibliography
334,608
Loans:
See Credit; Public credit.
London bankers' clearing house... 410,
488,489,1470,1474,1479
London money market
322,
325, 328, 332, 337, 338, 340, 423,
450, 464, 465, 488, 630, 908,1488
Bibliography
332
Louisiana
724
McClearybill
612a, 685
Maine
762,831,849
Manufacturer and the National reserve association:
See National reserve association: Manufacturer.
Maryland
806
Massachusetts
614; 816, 821
See also Suffolk bank.
Massachusetts Bay
811, 812, 816
Mexico
518-525, 880
Bibliography
521, 523, 524
Laws
519,523,525
Michigan
724,810,820,834
Minnesota
724




Mint, United States:
See United States: Mint.
Mississippi
724, 805, 838
Monetary systems of the world
40,
41, 82, 309,110,1483,1509
See also under names of countries.
Money, Circulation of
49,
280, 705, 706,1400,1438
Statistics
233, 309,482
Money and prices
50,
70, 91, 92, 115, 458,
471-473, 655, 998,1411
Money article, The
348,463,464
Money congresses
131-139, 880
Money market
88,
433, 464, 758, 902, 959,1486
See also London money market.
International
94, 928,929,1488
Money power and National reserve
association:
See National reserve association: Money power.
Money trust
897, 920,
923a, 924,1013,1015,1023a, 1025,
1041, 1046a, 1061, 1062, 1086,
1116, 1136, 1139, 1140, 1144a
Montana
1310
Moorhead bill
770
Morgan, John Pierpont... 639,1013,1287
Morocco, State bank
556
Mortgage banks:
See Agricultural credit.
Myrick plan
*
905,1058
National bank of Belgium
149-153,
155,158,1406
National bank of Egypt
562
National bank of Greece
561
National banks, United States
89,
590, 591, 597, 620, 634, 653, 677,
679, 680, 703, 704, 711, 765a797, 880, 902, 998, 1093, 1145
As depositaries
761, 764, 765
Bibliography
779
Laws
722,
767-769, 772, 778, 779,
788-790, 792, 1171
Savings departments
679, £91
Statistics
787, 794-796
Se-e also National reserve association.
National citizens' league
803,
926,1051b, 1062

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National clearing h o u s e . . . 903,1038,1077 The Netherlands
56,
National monetary commission:
61,88,89,137,526-531,585,880
Bibliography
13
Laws
526
Workof
881, New England
843
882, 906, 907,1039,1163,1173 New Jersey
667,807
See also National reserve assoNew York
808,
ciation: and Author index
815,827,833,839a, 853
for list of publications.
New York clearing house associaNational monetary conference, New
tion
827,
York
880
959,1458,1460,1468,1468a,1469
National reserve association of the
New York money market
643,666
645,
United States..
82, New,York safety fund system
892-894,908, 90 , 915, 926, 928,
659,710,808,813,844,1318,1344,1345
929, 931, 949, 987, 990, 992,1000,
New York stock exchange
666,
1003, 1017, 1037, 1038, 1047a,
1023a,1136,1139,1140,1290
1048a, 1051a, 1051c, 1052, 1055, New Zealand
582
1056,1064,1067,1069,1077,1078, North Carolina
724,801
1084,1085,1087,1088,1091,1093, Norway
89
1129,1133,1143,1144,1155,1168 Ohio
798
Bibliography
15 Oklahoma deposit guaranty l a w . . . 679,
1306,1310,1323,1333,
Favorable
881-895,
1348, 1352, 1364, 1369
896, 905, 908, 920, 921, 927, 932-935,
947, 951, 969-971, 1008-1010, 1019,
Oregon
828,829
1021-1023, 1062, 1080, 1104, 1105, Out-of-town checks:
1107, 1111, 1112, 1121, 1123-1126,
See Checks, Out-of-town.
1143, 1146, 1150-1153, 1173, 1174 Overstreet bill
612a
1511,1512
Opposed
896, Panama
765
897-900, 913, 954-956, 967, 975, Panama canal bond issue
977-979, 981, 989, 995-997, 1040, Panics:
See Crises.
1063, 1069a, 1119, 1162, 1176
22,56, 78,117,488
Business men and the
880, Paper money
Austria
140,674
906, 907, 939, 940, 975,
1014a, 1062, 1077
Germany
271,296,459
Great Britain
,
339,361,
Clearing function of the
903,
1038,1077,1114,1115,1476
369,373,380-383,416,426,
Country banks and the
950,
439,452', 453, 459,476,478
1021,1029,1030,1035,1127
Japan
417
Export trade and t h e . . 908, 917,1011
Switzerland
545-554
Farmer and t h e . . 908, 938, 975,1175a
United States. 633,641,641a, 646,655,
Government and t h e . . . . 908, 922, 975
656,660, 677, 678, 696, 706
Laborer and the
908, 975> 1073
Continental.... 614,667,840,841
Manufacturer and t h e . 908, 975,1073 Paris. Bourse
236
Money power and t h e . 952,953,1077 Pennsylvania
G67,822,1310
Politics and t h e . . . 908, 953, 954,1062 Pennsylvania Bank of the United
Savings banks and the
861, 908
States
741
State banks and the
861, Philippine Islands
570,
908, 971, 986,1067
586,591,679,1511,1512
Treasury and the
921, 923 Politics and the National reserve
Trust companies and the
861,
association:
908, 971, 986,1005,1067,1122
See National reserve assoc:
Nationalbank fur Deutschland,
Politics.
Berlin
276 Porto Rico
679
Nebraska
1310,1342a Portugal
61,89




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Postal savings banks
56, 111, 679
Bibliography
12a
Precious metals
27,56,98,107,368,
384,395,445,454,467,676,677,706
See also Gold, Silver.
Present day problems, United
States
880-1176
Private banks
677,680,704,787
Prussia
56,249,250,279,286
Public debts
56,
76a, 107,108,212,425,719
United States. 695,700,713,719,722,
725,726,728-730,736, 740,830
Public finance.... 26,28, 76,226,717, 719
See also under names of countries.
Pujo committee
1023a, 1136,1137
Quantity theory of money... 56,85,1502
Bibliography....
1502
See also Theory of money.
Rate of interest:
See Interest, Rate of.
Reichsbank:
See Imperial bank of Germany.
Reserve association:
See National reserve association of the United States.
Rhode Island
667, 723,840,841
Rumania
61,89,1386
Russia
56,
61, 76a, 89,92,532-537,880,1386
Bibliography
532,537
Savings banks
56, 679
Belgium
156
France
226
Germany
307
United States. 594,597,599,677, 679,
680, 765a, 894, 902, 908, 914
See also National reserve assoc:
Savings banks.
Scandinavian countries. t
56,
61,137,539-541
See also names of countries.
Scotland
110,383,388,404,491-503
Seasonal variations in demand for
money
471,643,644,660
See also Cotton crop, Financing; Crops, Financing.
Second bank of the United States:
See Bank of the United
States, 1816-1836.
Securities in relation to banking
589,592,657,786
See also Bonds, Stocks.




Separate reserve associations

954,
955,1176
Servia
89,1386
Sherman act
770
Silver, Depreciation of
137
Silver movements
33,1244
Silver production...
33,92
Silver standard
56,
71,99,195,201, 261,
576, 577, 1356, 1513
Bibliography
6
See also Monetary systems of
the world.
Silver supply, United States
676,677
South America
679
South Carolina
724
Spain
61,89,92,137,543,544
Bibliography
543
Special loan banks
56,307
Specie payments, Suspension of. 628,824
Standardized dollar
,.. 968a968c, 1013a, 1047

State banks, United States
597,
620, 677, 679, 680, 704, 711,
787,798-859,880,894, 902, 964
Bibliography
813
As depositaries.
762
Laws
848,854
Relation to national banks
880
Other banks
908
Statistics
850-852
See also National reserve assoc.:
State banks; and names of
states.
State control
902
State debts
723, 724
Statistics:
See Money article, The; and
under names of countries.
Stock exchange
56,
87,270,461,462,652,1508
Bibliography
396, 592
Germany.. 254-256,271,300,315, 880 ,
Great Britain
336,350,393, 396
Bibliography
396
United States
592,652,902, 959
See also New York stock exchange; Paris. Bourse.
Stocks in relation to banking 335,592,637
See also Bonds, Securities.
Strait settlements
585
Substitutes for money
679,1267,1270
Suffolk bank, Boston
855

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Suggested plan for monetary legisUnited States: Comptroller of the
lation:
treasury
638
See National reserve associaCredit
634,719,
tion of the United States.
737, 908, 1048, 1077, 1080, 1082,
Sweden
89,538, 542
1088,1219,1376,1387,1415,1416a
Swiss national bank
548, 549
Laws
81, 606, 607, 621, 675, 679,
Switzerland
56,
694-696, 722, 787a, 788, 790, 792,
61,89,110,122,137,
800, 834, 848, 854, 867, 878, 887,
285, 545-554, 1386
949,998,1015,1037a, 1062,1126a
B i b l i o g r a p h y . . . . 547, 549, 551, 552
Mint
634, 703
Laws
548,549
Public
finance
112,602Taxation of banks, etc
635, 833
605, 610, 611, 617, 662, 695,
Tennessee
724
700-703, 709, 713-740, 998
Tennessee coal and iron co
1299a
Bibliography. 715,720,721, 721a
Texas
803, 830
Statistics. . . . . . 18, 593, 597, 612, 622a,
Theory of money
21,
623, 663, 676-678, 679, 680, 692,
27,44, 60, 62, 66, 72, 73, 75,118, 666
700, 704-706, 780, 787, 850-852
See also Quantity theory of
Treasury
591,611,
money.
627, 641, 641a, 700, 702, 703, 755Treasury, United States:
766, 902,921,922,998,1208,1254
See United States. Treasury.
Bibliography
757
Trust, Money:
See also National reserve
See Money trust.
assoc: Treasury.
Trust companies
594,599, Vermont
667
635,653a, 765a, 860-879, 890, 894,Virginia
667,724,846,847
902,903, 908, 914,1103,1149,1462 Vreelandbill
1134,1144
Bibliography
872, 873 Walker bill
612a, 685
See also National reserve assoc.:
Wall street
670, 952,953,956,1255
Trust companies.
See also Money trust.
613,
Turkey
89 Western states
Union bank of Maryland
762
836, 906, 907,1313,1327
United reserve bank of the United
See also names of states.
States
880,1161 Wisconsin
826,842,856,857,1310
United States
56, 61, World's financial center:
See London money market.
67, 76a, 82, 89, 99,137,165,
187, 414, 435, 455, 589-1176 Yearbooks
25,
Bibliography
99, 608,
461,462, 593, 623, 652, 661, 668
610, 616, 617, 618, 622, 636, 644, 710
See also Directories.




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