1 A number of sections of the Federal Reserve Act are long or note above and below at the bottom of each page of the pdf version and. gress and ultimately in the Federal Reserve Act of. A study of monetary conditions was author ized by a Republican administration, and remedial. H E Federal Reserve Act has now so completely demonstrated its value, and is so widely approved by the business men of America and of the world, that I have .
|Language:||English, Spanish, French|
|Genre:||Children & Youth|
|Distribution:||Free* [*Register to download]|
Federal Reserve Act, McFadden Act, Banking Act of Banking Act of Bank Holding Company Act, COMMITTEE ON BANKING AND . Act shall be the "Federal Reserve Act." Wherever the word "bank" is used in this Act, the word shall be held to include State bank, banking association and trust. HARVARD COLLEGE LIBRARY THE FEDERAL RESERVE ACT "That one Measure won the War" — John Skbkton WruaiAMs Comptroller qf the Currency The.
Government Deposits Section Note Issues Section Deposit of bonds by national banks Section Refunding Bonds Section Bank Reserves Section National bank notes redemption fund as reserve Section Bank Examinations Section Offenses of examiners, member banks, officers, and directors Section Relations with affiliates Section 23B.
Restrictions on Transactions with Affiliates Section Real Estate Loans Section 24A.
Foreign Branches Section 25A. Potential Liability on Foreign Accounts Section Tax on national bank notes Section Reduction of capital of national banks Section Civil Money Penalty Section Saving clause Section Reservation of right to amend The Federal Reserve Act of established the Federal Reserve System as the central bank of the United States to provide the nation with a safer, more flexible, and more stable monetary and financial system.
Federal Reserve Districts Section 2A.
Monetary policy objectives Section 2B. Appearances Before and Reports to the Congress Section 3.
Branch Offices Section 4. Federal Reserve Banks Section 5.
Insolvency of member banks Section 7. Division of Earnings Section 8.
Conversion of state banks into national banks Section 9. State Banks as Members Section 9A.
Participation in lotteries prohibited Section 9B. Resolution of Clearing Banks Section Pricing of Services Section 11B. Federal Advisory Council Section 12A.
Federal Open Market Committee Section Open-Market Operations Section Government Deposits Section Note Issues Section Deposit of bonds by national banks Section