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TRUST COMPANY OF TO-DAY, THE.
Journal, February, 1905, Vol. XXII, pp 97-101. TRUST ESTATE MANAGEMENT.
1909, p 51.
TRUST ESTATES. H. B. Loud, Bulletin, October, 1906, p 1018. WORKING FORCE OF A TRUST COMPANY, THE. Albert S. Abbott. Bul
letin, Jan. 1, 1905. p 823.
WORKING FORCE OF A TRUST COMPANY, THE. Geo. D. Sears. Bulletin, Dec. 15, 1904, p 766.
Virgil M. Harris. The Banking Law
John W. Marshall. Bulletin, January,
BANKING, TECHNICAL AND GENERAL.
(Most trust companies do either a savings or commercial banking business, or both, and a thorough understanding of trust companies involves an understanding of the principles and practices of banking and of financial matters in general. In these fields the number of books is quite large, and only a few are included here.)
George M. Coffin. New York:
A. B. C. oF BANKS AND BANKING, THE.
Explains banking theory and practice in a simple way.
A. B. C. OF STOCK SPECULATION, THE. New York: S. A. Nelson, 1903. pp 232.
Useful for an understanding of current methods of dealing in stocks.
A. B. C. OF WALL STREET, THE. Edited by S. A. Nelson. New York: S. A. Nelson, 1900. pp 164.
Explains methods of trading, and gives general information as indicated by title. Includes a dictionary of Wall Street terms. ACCOUNTANCY OF INVESTMENT, THE. Charles Ezra Sprague. New York, 1904. pp 93.
Includes a treatise on compound interest, annuities, amortization and the valuation of securities. Discusses theory of accounts, their form and application to different kinds of investments. AMERICAN LAW RELATING TO INCOME AND PRINCIPAL, THE. Edwin A. Howes, Jr. Boston, 1905. pp 104.
Discusses the legal rules for the guidance of trustees in separating funds derived from investments into income and principal. BANK SYSTEMS. Boston: Library Bureau, 1901. pp 40.
Practical accounting systems for trust companies and other banks. CARE OF ESTATES, THE. Frederick Trevor Hill. New York, 1901. pp
Practical questions regarding the rights, duties and liabilities of fiduciaries.
CLEARING HOUSES: THEIR HISTORY, METHODS AND ADMINISTRATION.
Thomas L. Greene. New York.
A study of the principles and methods of management of the finances of corporations in the United States, with special reference to the valuation of corporation securities.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE. New York: The Financier Co., 1902. pp 184. Reprint of a series of articles treating the subject in an elementary way.
FUNDS AND THEIR USES. F. A. Cleveland. New York: D. Appleton &
Describes the methods, instruments and institutions employed in modern financial transactions. Illustrated.
HISTORY OF Banking in tHE UNITED STATES, A. John J. Knox. New
Gives the history of banking in the United States, with sketches of banking in each of the States. Makes some mention of trust . companies.
HISTORY OF SAVINGS BANKS IN THE UNITED STATES. Emerson W. Keyes.
A practical work on the foreign banking department and its administration by American bankers.
LAWS OF THE STATES, THE, relating to trust companies.
In many States the banking laws, including those relating to trust companies, are printed in separate pamphlets. They may be obtained from the State banking department, if any, or from the Secretary of State.
METHODS AND MACHINERY OF PRACTICAL BANKING. Claudius B. Patten.
Originally published in 1891 and revised to date. Treats in a very interesting and instructive way of the practical details of the business, with illustrations.
MODERN BANK, THE. Amos Kidder Fiske. New York: D. Appleton &
Discusses principles and details of work, with forms and explanations. Has a brief chapter (No. 28) on State banks and trust companies.
MODERN BANKING METHODS. Albert R. Barrett. New York: The
Treats in detail of the various departments of National banks, methods of working, bookkeeping, etc., with numerous forms and illustrations.
William Allen Wood. Indianapolis:
MODERN BUSINESS CORPORATIONS.
The Bobbs-Merrill Co., 1906.
Defines corporations, explains their legal status, formation and organization, officers, capital stock and bonds, accounting, forms used. With a bibliography on corporations.
MONEY AND BANKING. Horace White. Boston: Ginn & Co., 1902. pp 467.
Treats of the theory and principles of money and of banking, with historical sketches and descriptions of American banking institutions, and of foreign banking systems.
Montgomery Rollins. Boston: Dana Estes
MONEY AND INVESTMENTS.
& Co., 1907. pp 436.
An encyclopedic dictionary of financial terms.
NATIONAL BANK ACT, THE. Washington: Government Printing Office. Contains the laws relating to National banks. Chapter IX gives the laws governing trust companies in the District of Columbia. NEWEST ENGLAND. Henry D. Lloyd. New York, 1900.
Under Chapter II, pp 12-30, is given a description of the Public Trustee of New Zealand.
PRACTICAL BANKING. Albert S. Bolles. New York, 1892. Eighth
Besides discussion of banking principles and methods, gives a brief sketch of loan and trust companies. pp 281-289. PRACTICAL PROBLEMS IN BANKING AND CURRENCY. Edited by Walter Henry Hull. New York: The MacMillan Co., 1907. pp 596.
Under the Trust Company Section, pp 457-585, are included reprints of a number of the papers read at the meetings of The Trust Company Section of The American Bankers' Association and elsewhere.
PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF FINANCE. Edward Carroll, Jr.
A practical guide for bankers and others. Summary of State and National banking laws, legal rates of interest, glossary of commercial and financial terms.
PRINCIPLES OF BANKING, THE. Charles A. Conant.
New York: Harper
and Bros., 1908. pp 488.
This is the second part of the author's work on The Principles of Money and Banking. Discusses the theory and history of banking, currency, reserves, evolution of commercial banking, crises.
SAVINGS AND SAVINGS INSTITUTIONS. James Henry Hamilton. New York: The MacMillan Co., 1902. pp 428.
Explains the theory, benefits and educational aspects of savings. Discusses different kinds of savings institutions, including postal savings banks. With a bibliography.
STATE BANKING IN THE UNITED STATES SINCE THE PASSAGE OF THE NATIONAL BANK ACT. George E. Barnett. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press, 1902. pp 117.
One of the Johns Hopkins University Studies. Treats the subject from the economic standpoint.
THEORY AND HISTORY OF BANKING, THE. Charles F. Dunbar. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1891. Revised edition, 1904.
Explains the theory of banking operations, and sketches the principal foreign banks and the National banks of the United States. TRUST FINANCE. Edward S. Meade. New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1907. pp 387.
A study of the genesis, organization and management of industrial corporations. Origin, methods, promotion, sale of stock, U. S. Steel Corporation, capitalization, suggestions for reform and legislation. TRUSTEE'S HANDBOOK, A. Augustus Peabody Loring. Boston, 1900. pp 191.
States the rules governing the management of trust estates and the relationship between trustees and beneficiaries.
Charles A. Conant. New York: G. P.
WALL STREET AND THE COUNTRY.
Putnam's Sons, 1904. pp 247.
Chapter VI, pp 205-235, The Growth of Trust Companies. WORK OF WALL STREET, THE. Sereno S. Pratt. New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1903. pp 286.
Explains the subject in theory and practical detail with clearness and interest. Specially valuable for an understanding of financial methods.
(References are to pages. See also Index of Forms)
Accounting, system of....
Accounts, opening of...
Administrator, definition of, 37; duties of, 438; power to act
Advantages of trust companies.
Advertising, chapter XIII....
Advertising campaign, 382; copy, preparation of, 392; for
Agency houses in India...
Agent for corporations, business as.
Attorney of company..
Audits (see Chapter XIV), 395; purpose of, 396; auditing
Australian trustee companies..
Babcock, Philip S., quoted..
Bangs, Francis S.
Bank of England.....
Banking department, forms and records for, Chapter IX...
Banks and trust companies, comparative growth of, 19; com-
Barnett, George E., quoted..
Board of directors or trustees.
Bond issues, duties and liabilities as trustee under..
Boston ledger, 267; for general accounts.
7, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 31, 32
.59, 66, 75, 387
9, 11, 12