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FIDELITY TRUST COMPANY

(INCORPORATED 1866) Nos. 325-331 CHESTNUT STREET Nos. 43-53 SOUTH FOURTH STREET

PHILADELPHIA
Broad Street Office: Northeast Corner

BROAD and CHESTNUT STREETS
CAPITAL

$ 4,000,000
SURPLUS

12,000,000
Pays Interest on Deposits
Executes Trusts of Every Description

Safes for Rent in Burglar-Proof Vaults
Securities and Valuables Taken for Safe-Keeping

Wills Safely kept Without Charge
WM. P. GEST,

J. C. NEFF,

W. G. LITTLETON,
President
Vice-President

Vice-President GEORGE H. KYD,

JOS. McMORRIS, Treasurer

Secretary

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Benjamin Franklin, says:
Let those who serve you best serve you most.'
WITH offices located in the

financial centers of New York and Brooklyn, this Company is amply qualified to handle collections in a prompt and satisfactory manner.

We have a department especially equipped for the collection of Brooklyn items and offer to out-oftown institutions the same efficient service which has proved satisfactory to the large New York City Banks which are now sending us their Brooklyn collections.

OFFICERS P.H. GOFF

President A.G. TAME

Vice-President E. B. GREENE.

Vice-President P.T. WHITE

Vice-President A. L. ASSMUS

Vice-President 1. F. FREIBERGER Vice-President and Trust Officer EDWARD E. NEWMAN

Secretary H. D. KING.

Treasurer E.L MASON

Asst. Secretary E. 8.TURTISS

Asst. Treasurer M. W. MOUNTCASTLE

Asst. Treasurer F. H. HOUGHTON

Asst. Treasurer 1. H. HOBSON

Asst. Treasurer

Establisbed 1888

Franklin Trust Company

New York Office : 46 Wall Street
Brooklyn | 166 Montague Street
Offices: $ 569 Fulton Street

THE PEOPLES TRUST COMPANY

181-183 MONTAGUE STREET, BROOKLYN, NEW YORK NOSTRAND AVENUE, CORNER HERKIMER STREET

FIFTH AVENUE, CORNER FIFTY-FOURTH STREET CLINTON AVENUE, CORNER MYRTLE AVENUE

43 FLATBUSH AVENUE, NEAR FULTON STREET

J. G. DETTMER
HORACE J. MORSE
WILLIAM B. HILL
HOWARD M. SMITH
DAVID A. BOODY
WILLIAM C. COURTNEY
WILLIAM H. GOOD
W. EUGENE KIMBALL

DIRECTORS
ADRIAN T. KIERNAN
CHARLES M. ENGLIS
WILLIAM E. HARMON
CHARLES A, BOODY
MAX RUCKGABER. JR.
CHARLES E. ROBERTSON
JAMES H. JOURDAN
JOHN F. HILDEBRAND

THOMAS E. MURRAY
GEORGE W. DAVISON
ALBERT TAG
ANDREW D. BAIRD
FRANCIS L. NOBLE
E. DWIGHT CHURCH
CHARLES L. SCHENCK
STANLEY P. JADWIN

INVITES DEPOSITS FROM INDIVIDUALS, FIRMS AND CORPORATIONS, AND SEEKS

APPOINTMENT AS EXECUTOR AND TRUSTEE

KINGS COUNTY TRUST COMPANY

342, 344 & 346 Fulton St., Borough of Brooklyn, City of New York

Capital, $500,000.00

Surplus, $2,000,000.00

Undivided Profits, $635,000.00

JULIAN P. FAIRCHILD, WILLIAM HARKNESS, D. W. McWILLIAMS,

JULIAN D. FAIRCHILD, President

THOMAS BLAKE, Secretary
Vice-Pres'ts

HOWARD D. JOOST, Asst. Secy.

J. NORMAN CARPENTER, Trust Officer GEO. V. BROWER, Counsel

HAMILTON TRUST COMPANY

189 Q 191 MONTAGUE ST., BROOKLYN, NEW YORK CITY

Capital, $500,000.00

Surplus and Undivided Profits, $1,150,000.00

Walter C. Humstone -
John Anderson
George Hadden

OFFICERS :
Willard E. Edmister

President
1st Vice-Pres.

Robert S. Girling 2d Vice-Pres.

Joseph C. Hecker, Jr. 3d Vice-Pres. & Sec'y

George A. Kinney

Assistant Secretary Assistant Secretary Assistant Secretary

QUEENS COUNTY TRUST COMPANY 375 Fulton St., Jamaica Bridge Plaza North, L. I. City Capital and Surplus

$700,000

OFFICERS

ROBERT B. AUSTIN, President DANIEL W. QUINN, Jr., Vice-President

W. E. STECHER, Secretary WILLIS H. YOUNG, Vice-President

H. V. HOYT, Asst. Secretary THOMAS NAPIER, Vice-President

THOS. F. HASTE, Asst. Secretary

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Executor

Trustee

Chartered 1822

The Farmers' Loan and Trust Company

Nos. 16, 18, 20 & 22 William Street
Branch Office, 475 Fifth Avenue

New York
LONDON

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Foreign Exchange
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OFFICERS

EFFINGHAM B. MORRIS, President
WM. NEWBOLD ELY, Vice-President ALBERT ATLEE JACKSON, Vice-President

E. S. PAGE, Vice-President
GEORGE H. STUART 3D, Treasurer

SAMUEL W. MORRIS, Secretary THOMAS S. HOPKINS, Asst. Treasurer

LARDNER HOWELL, Real Estate Officer JONATHAN M. STEERE, Trust Officer

JOHN M. OKIE, Asst. Real Estate Officer G. L. BISHOP, JR., Asst. Trust Officer

PHILADELPHIA, PA.

A MONTHLY MAGAZINE DEVOTED TO TRUST COMPANY, BANKING AND

FINANCIAL INTERESTS OF THE UNITED STATES
Entered at the New York Post Office as Second Class Mall Matter

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Frontispiece-Leaders of Red Cross War Fund Campaign in New York

XXvi

DEFINITE POLICY OF WAR FINANCING

1

Preventing Credit and Currency Inflation
War Functions of Banks and

Federal Reserve System

Reduced Reserve Requirements and Note Expansion
Flexibility of Bank Assets and War Loan Subscriptions

Inter-Banking Relations to Continue
Urgent Need of Practicing Economy in Banking
Status of Federal Farm Loan Bonds

The Trust Company in War-Time

Liability for Payment of Unauthorized Checks

WAR TIME BANKING PROBLEMS AND NEED OF IMPROVED CREDIT MACHINERY

9

Dr. J. T. Holdsworth, Dean of the School of Economics, University of Pittsburgh.

Liberty Loan Payments and Money Market

Far-Flung Relief Work of American Red Cross

14

FEDERAL RESERVE BANKS SHOULD NOT BE OPERATED FOR PROFIT

Ex-Governor Edward C. Stokes, President,

Mechanics National Bank, Trenton, N. J.

OPERATION OF TRUST DEPARTMENTS BY NATIONAL BANKS

17

Ralph Stone, President, Detroit Trust Company, Detroit, Michigan.

EFFECT OF WAR FINANCING ON SAVINGS BANKS

20

William E. Knox, Comptroller, Bowery Savings Bank of New York.

DOMINANT PACTORS IN FOREIGN EXCHANGE SITUATION

Serinivas R. Wagel.

Improved Clearing Facilities in Paris

THE “RATIO PROVISION” OF THE NEW JERSEY TAX LAW

Joseph F. McCloy of the New York Bar.

RESULT-PRODUCING BANK AND TRUST COMPANY ADVERTISING

27

W. R. Morehouse, Assistant Cashier, Guaranty Trust & Savings Bank, Los Angeles, Calif.

History and Evolution of a Great New York Banking Institution

DISTINCTIVE FEATURES OF MODERN TRUST COMPANY EQUIPMENT

31

**War Convention" for American Bankers

Forceful Trust Company Advertising

39

LEGAL DECISIONS AND DISCUSSION

Trust Company Advantages.
Compensations of Executors.

Removal of Executor.

The War and the Solid South

Stock Market Influenced by War Reveni e Legislation

Team-Work between Government and Banks

New York Money Market and Liberty Loan Operations

Operation of New Investment Tax Law in New York

57

ABSTRACT OF OFFICIAL STATEMENTS OF NEW YORK CITY TRUST COMPANIES AS OF

JUNE 20, 1917

.62 to 63

Important Trust Company Legislation in Pennsylvania

New England Banks Endorse "Par" Check Collections .

First Real Test for Federal Reserve System

72

Food Control and the American Farmer

76

Penalizing Industrial Efficiency

79

Imperative Need of Maintaining Railway Credit .

80

OFFICIAL REPORTS OF NEW YORK CITY TRUST COMPANIES

82 to 94

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