By E. L. Stewart Patterson
Edward Lloyd Stewart Patterson (1869- 1932) used to be a Canadian writer. He was once Superintendent of jap Township Branches, Canadian financial institution of trade. His works contain Banking rules and perform (1917). "It will be most unlikely in the slender confines of 1 quantity to deal exhaustively with so vast a subject matter as that of Canadian banking perform, however it is was hoping that the elements of this topic handled herein may be chanced on to be handled with due regard to their relative significance, and that no rather crucial details has been missed. "
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This is one of the strongest advantages of the system, and makes the circulation perfect and free from stagnation. The circulation thus varies in velocity and volume as the activity and requirements of the country demand, revealing to the experienced banker the conditions of trade and finance thruout the country. It is important to remember in considering the note issue that, in the tills of its own bank, a note has absolutely no value except as so much stationery. This enables the banks to carry a good supply of bills at each branch, as they do not become a liability of the bank until they are paid over the counter.
What are the regulations governing deposits? What information must a bank submit to the Minister of nance each year? Under what conditions is a bank declared insolvent? 45 Banking Principles and Practice CHAPTER V. NOTE ISSUES AND THE BRANCH SYSTEM. 1. Monetary System The monetary system of Canada consists of gold, paper currency, and silver and copper subsidiary coins, the latter, however, not being legal tender for amounts over $10 and 25 cents respectively. 22 grains of pure gold. 86%) are legal tender for any amount, and still form the bulk of the gold reserves of the government and of the banks, as it is only of recent years that Canada has had a distinctive gold coinage of its own.
The liability of the bank to repay money deposited with it is not affected by any statute of limitations or any law relating to prescription. A branch bank, when discounting bills payable at another branch, may take commission, in addition to interest, to an amount not to exceed 1/8 of one per cent; minimum, 15 cents. In discounting bills drawn on places where a bank has no branches this rate may be increased to 1/4 of one per cent; minimum, 25 cents. 4. Deposits (Sections 95-98) A bank may receive deposits from any person, whether qualified by law to contract or not, and may repay the same to such person unless the money is lawfully claimed by another.