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able adopted advance amount annum assets balance Bank bankers Banking Company believe better bills bonds branches brought capital carried cash cent Chairman Circulation considerable considered continue course debts December deposits directors discounted ditto dividend doubt ending England expenses fact foreign forward fund gentlemen give given gold Government half-year hand hear held hope increase interest investments issue July June leaving less liabilities Limited loans London look manager March matter meeting month motion move notes offer paid passed past payable payment period position present profit and loss propose question railway reason received regard reserve reserve fund resolution respect result satisfactory seconded securities shareholders shares Stock taken thanks thought trade unanimously whole
Page 169 - ... by the person to whom the same shall be drawn payable, shall be a sufficient authority to such banker to pay the amount of such draft or order to the bearer thereof ; and it shall not be incumbent on such banker to prove that such...
Page 272 - The motion for the adoption of the Report was then put, and carried unanimously. The PRESIDENT : It is now my duty to move — " That the " statement of accounts and balance-sheet for the nine months " ending September 30th, 1896, as just presented, be received
Page 865 - A dividend at the rate of 8 per cent, per annum on the paid-up capital, free of income-tax, was next declared.
Page 113 - That the best thanks of the meeting be given to the directors for the efficient and successful manner in which they had conducted the business of the bank...
Page 238 - That the Thanks of this Meeting be given to the Board of Directors for the able manner in which they have conducted the affairs of the Company.
Page 501 - My first feeling on rising to move the adoption of •the Report which has just been read...
Page 664 - I thank you for the patience with which you have listened to me.
Page 423 - That the thanks of this meeting be given to the chairman, for his able and impartial conduct in the chair.
Page 789 - But the above rules shall be subject to the following exceptions : that no director shall vacate his office by reason of his being a member of any company which has entered into contracts with or done any work for the company of which he is director ; nevertheless he shall not vote in respect of such contract or work ; and if he does so vote his vote shall not be counted.