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HE New York Trust Company offers to cor

porations, firms and individuals a thoroughly modern and complete commercial banking service, including a highly developed credit information service which is available to customers.

Special conveniences are offered to those, engaged in foreign trade. These include foreign credit information and current data bearing upon foreign markets and trade opportunities.

Long experience, covering the entire field of trust service, enables us to offer unexcelled facilities for the administration of all personal and corporate trusts.

The New York Trust Company
Capital, Surplus & Undivided Profits $27,000,000

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Member Federal Reserve System & N. Y, Clearing House Association

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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 Mail Matter

Vol. XXXV

September, 1922

Nimber Uhrer

TABLE OF CONTENTS

248 249

PAGE OFFICIAL STAFF OF THE AMERICAN BANKERS' ASSOCIATION

xxvi EUROPE'S APPEAL TO AMERICAN NATION

229
Helping Europe to Help Itself.
Impossible Reparation Demands.
Situation in Germany.
Effect of New Tariff on Trade and Business.
Record of Congress and Harding Administration.
Growth of State Banking System.

Crux of Branch Banking Controversy.
PROBATE RECORDS-A RICH FIELD FOR TRUST COMPANY RESEARCH.

237 L. H. Roseberry, Chairman, Committee on Research Work, Trust Company Division, A. B. A: CAUSE OF INDUSTRIAL UNREST AND REMEDY

241 Festus J. Wade, President, Mercantile Trust Company of st. Louis. EUROPE STRIVING TO REGAIN ECONOMIC POISE

243 Dr. Marcel Ullman, Assistant to PresidentThe Equitable Trust Co. of N. y. Aggregate Resources of all State Banking Institutions

247 Activities of the Permanent Charity Fund of Boston OBJECTIVES OF A COMMUNITY TRUST

F. J. Parsons, Director of the New York Community Trust, and Vice-President, United States

Mortgage & Trust Co. of New York.
LINE OF DEMARCATION BETWEEN TRUST SERVICE AND LEGAL PRACTICE

251 Irvin V. Barth, Attorney-at-Law, St. Louis, Mo. SALESMANSHIP FOR THE TRUST DEPARTMENT

253 G. Prather Knapp, Vice-President, Bankers Service Corporation of N.'Y. Adapting the Community Trust Idea to Civic Advancements

256 NEED OF INVESTMENT DEPARTMENTS IN BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES

257 A. S. Kleeman, Vice-President, Manufacturers Trust Company of N. Y. HOLDING TITLE TO REAL ESTATE TO SECURE INDEBTEDNESS TO BANKS

259 A. L. Grutze, Trust Officer, Title & Trust Co., Portland, Oregon. RHODE ISLAND DECISION REGARDING EXERCISE OF TRUST POWERS BY NATIONAL BANKS

261 INTERNAL AUDIT OF THE TRUST DEPARTMENT

265 Earl I. Vaughan, Fidelity National Bank & Trust Co., Kansas City, Mo Keeping the Address File Up to Date

268 RADIO AND THE DISSEMINATION OF PERSONAL TRUST PROPAGANDA

269 H. F. Drollinger, Manager New Business Department, Fidelity Trust Co. of Buffalo. Radio Broadcasting Station Installed by Union Trust Co. of Cleveland

273 ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL SITUATION IN FRANCE

277 Myron T. Herrick, U. S. Ambassador to France. Evils in the Practice of the Law by Notaries and "Sea Lawyers".

280 TEACHING SCHOOL CHILDREN THE VALUE OF A BANK ACCOUNT

283 Clarence A. Lyman, Publicity Manager, Security Trust and Savings Bank, Los Angeles, Calif. INVESTMENTS OF TRUST DEPARTMENTS UNDER VARIOUS TRUSTS

287 William A. Reckman, Western Bank and Trust Co. of Cincinnati, Ohio. Recollections of the Patriarch of the American Banking Fraternity

290 Advertising Exchange Directory for Trust Companies

296 LEGAL DECISIONS AND DISCUSSION

305 Merger of Two of New York's Leading Banking Institutions

311 SURVEY OF NEW YORK SECURITY MARKETS

313 Thomas Gibson. Philadelphia Looks for Industrial and Business Revival

325 Status of Massachusetts Trust Companies

331 Attitude of Middle West Toward European Problems

333 Campaign Against Branch Banking in Missouri

337 High Standard of Trust Administration in Ohio CORRESPONDENCE FROM LEADING CITIES, INCLUDING PHILADELPHIA, BOSTON, CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, CLEVELAND, PITTSBURGH AND LOS ANGELES

.325-345

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Annval Subscription, $5.00

Single Copics, 50 Cents

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UTICA TRUST
& DEPOSIT COMPANY

Open Monday Evenings until

8 o'clock

GENESEE & LAFAYETTE STS.
EAST SIDE BRANCH BLEECKER & ALBANY STS.

UTICA, NEW YORK

The Real Estate Title Insurance and

Trust Company of Philadelphia

523 CHESTNUT STREET BROAD STREET OFFICE
Across from Independence Hall

45 S. BROAD ST. (Lincoln Building)
THE OLDEST TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY IN THE WORLD

Capital, Surplus and Profits $5,000,000.00 Incorporated in 1876, this Company has issued over 302,000 policies of title insurance and has accumulated information which enables it to

execute work with unequaled accuracy and promptness. Executes trusts of every description. Becomes security for persons acting in fiduciary capacities. Lends money on installment and term mortgages.

Receives money on deposit and allo - interest. Rents safes in its burglar proof vaults. Buys and sells real estate and assumes the management thereof.

OFFICERS

FRANCIS A. LEWIS, President
DANIEL HOUSEMAN,

CHARLES S. KING,
Vice-President and Treasurer

Secretary and Assistant Treasurer A. KING DICKSON,

JEREMIAH N. ALEXANDER,
Vice-President and Trust Officer

Assistant Secretary
OAKLEY COWDRICK

JOHN H. FAIRLAMB, Assistant Treasurer
Vice-Pres. and Mgr. Title Dept.

FREDERICK W. BUCH, Assistant Treasurer
S. EUGENE KUEN, Title Officer
WILLIAM MC KEE, JR., Assistant Manager Title Department

DIRECTORS
WILLIAM H. SHELMERDINE FRANK H. MOSS

HENRY M. DU BOIS HOWARD A. STEVENSON

CHARLES T. QUIN

FRANCIS A. LEWIS CHARLES W. WELSH

CHARLES E. HEED

OWEN J. ROBERTS WILLIAM WOOD

JOHN A. RIGG

GEORGE McCALL SAMUEL M. FREEMAN

WALTER A. RIGG

ISAAC W. ROBERTS Member of the Philadelphia Clearing House Association

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OFFICERS

EDWIN P. MAYNARD, President
DAVID H. LANMAN, Vice-President

GILBERT H. THIRKIELD, Asst. Secretary
FRANK J. W. DILLER, Vice-President FREDERICK B. LINDSAY, Asst. Secretary
WILLIS MCDONALD, JR., Vice-President EDMUND N. SCHMIDT, Ašst. Secretary
FREDERICK T. ALDRIDGE, Vice-President CHARLES B. ROYCE, Asst. Secretary
WILLARD P. SCHENCK, Secretary

BENJAMIN G. WESTCOTT, Asst. Secretary HORACE W. FARRELL, Asst. Secretary CHARLES A. COLE, Asst. Secretary HERBERT U. SILLECK, Asst. Secretary FREDERIC R. CORTIS, Auditor

Capital, $1,500,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits, $3,021,994.32

BROOKLYN TRUST COMPANY

Main Office: 177 Montague Street

Brooklyn

Four Convenient Offices Bedford Office: Bay Ridge Office: 1205 Fulton Street 7428 5th Avenue at Bedford Ave.

at 75th St.

Manhattan Office:

90 Broadway
at Wall St.

Lawyers Title & Trust Company

CAPITAL AND SURPLUS

$9,000,000 Member of The New York Clearing House Association 160 Broadway, New York

44 Court St., Brooklyn RECEIVES DEPOSITS subject to check or on certificate, allowing interest thereon,

Depository for moneys paid into Court and for money of bankrupt estates.
LENDS ON APPROVED STOCKS and Corporation Bonds as collateral.
ACTS AS TRUSTEE, Guardian, Executor, Administrator, Assignee, or Receiver,

Transfer Agent or Registrar of Stocks of Corporations. Takes Charge of Personal
Securities.

OFFICERS

EDWIN W. COGGESHALL, Chairman of the Board LOUIS V. BRIGHT, President

WALTER N. VAIL, Secretary and Treasurer
THORWALD STALLKNECHT, Vice-President

JOSEPH P. STAIR, Assistant Vice-President
HERBERT E. JACKSON,
Vice-Pres. & Gen. Mgr.

GEORGE F. PARMELEE, Assistant Vice-President LEWIS H. LOŠEE, Vice-President

MARSHALL E. MUNROE, Assistant Treasurer ARCHIBALD FORBES, Vice-President

JOHN A. STOEHR, Assistant Secretary ROBERT I. SMYTH, Vice-President

HENRY C. MERSEREAU, Assistant Secretary WILLIAM F. BAECK. Vice-President.

WALTER H, GRIEF, Auditor WILLIAM K. SWARTZ, Vice-President

WILBUR C. WITHERSTINE, Mgr. Jamaica Office

DIRECTORS
De Witt Bailey
William P. Dixon
Philip Lehman

Walter E. Sachs
Lucius H. Beers
Richard T. Greene
Payson Merrill

William Schramm
Louis V. Bright
August Heckscher
Charles F. Noyes

Thorwald Stallknecht George F. Butterworth Herbert E. Jackson

Edgar J. Phillips

William Ives Washburn William M. Calder Edwin C. Jameson

Robert Keliy Prentice John J. Watson, Jr. Edwin W. Coggeshall J. Frederic Kernochan Dick S. Ramsay

Albert H. Wiggin

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