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BARNETT (R. W.)-continued.

Supplementary remarks, after passing of Bill for Extension
of National Bank Charters
Under new Act, powers of banks to extend their existence

steps necessary for amending Articles of Association
powers of shareholders to withdraw .
note circulation
section to prevent sudden contraction of circulation by deposit of

money and withdrawal of bonds
section against over-certification of cheques
issue by Treasury of gold and silver certificates, and 3 per cent.
bonds

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The clearing system in the United States .

Development of the system
New York clearing-house, its importance to the interests of the business
community during the panic of 1873

commencement of its operations
number of its members : all banks represented
meetings : arrangements and representation thereat
election of Standing Committees
applications for admission to the Association
entrance fee fixed in proportion to capitals of banks
power of Standing Committee to suspend members
description of the operations
settlement of errors
return of unpaid cheques
reporting balances
means of packing gold coin used for payment of balances
loss occasioned by abrasion of coin
discontinuance of issue of gold certificates by Treasury and

establishment of depository of gold coin at the clearing-house
exclusion of the silver certificates issued by the Treasury
gold certificates renewed and rule respecting exclusion of silver
certificates withdrawn.
balances paid during the year ending October 1, i881

table shewing operations during the years 1853-81
Speculative transaction in the United States
Largest amount cleared on any one day
Progress of clearing during 1881 and 1882 compared :
Table of transactions of gold clearing, 1872-9
Number of other clearing-houses in the United States

hours for exchange

settlement of balances
Table giving chief points of interest at the whole of the clearing-houses
Returns for the first six months of 1882 compared with the same period

of 1881.
Recorils of the clearing-houses
Peculiar system at Providence
Non-issue of reports by the St. Paul and Norfolk clearing-houses
Aggregate balances

Tables giving the transactions of all the clearing-houses :
BARTER AND MONEY (see Hamilton)
BASTABLE (Mr.) Remarks in Discussion (Chalmers, on Bills of
Exchange Bill)
(Evans, on & s.

a.)
Wenley, Banking in Scotland)
BELL (Mr.) Remarks in Discussion (Temple, on India-purchasing

power of Rupee) BILLINGHURST (H. F.) Remarks in Discussion (Barnett, on National Banks of United States).

(Chalmers, on Bills of Exchange Bill).

(Evans, on £ s. d.) . Remarks on Bills of Exchange Act, 1882.

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Examination of those clauses which introduce new law, or legalise

customs or decisions

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INDEX TO VOL. III, YEAR 1882.

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Bills OF EXCHANGE, Bills of Exchange Act, 1882 (45 & 46 Vict.,
ch. 61)

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Arrangement of sections

PART I., PRELIMINARY.

Sect.

1& 2. Short title and interpretation of terms

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negotiation of bill to party already liable thereon

38. rights of the holder

General duties of the holder:

39. when presentment for acceptance is necessary

40. time for presenting bill payable after sight

41. rules as to presentment for acceptance and excuses for non-

presentment

42.

non-acceptance

43.

dishonour by non-acceptance and its consequences

44. duties as to qualified acceptances

45. rules as to presentment for payment

46.

excuses for delay or non-presentment for payment

47.

dishonour by non-payment

48. notice of dishonour and effect of non-notice

49. rules as to notice of dishonour

50. excuses for non-notice and delay

51.

noting or protest of bill

52. duties of holder as regards Drawee or Acceptor

Liabilities of parties

53. funds in hands of Drawee

liability of Acceptor

55. liability of Drawer or Indorser

56. stranger signing Bill liable as Indorser

57.

measure of damages against parties to dishonoured Bill

58. Tranferor by delivery and Transferee

Discharge of Bill

59. payment in due course :

60. Banker paying demand draft whereon indorsement is forged .

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BILLS OF EXCHANGE-continued,

Acceptor the Holder at maturity

express waiver

63. cancellation

64. alteration of bill

Acceptance and payment for honour

acceptance for honour, suprà protest

66. liability of acceptor for honour

67. presentment to acceptor for honour

68. payment for honour, suprà protest

Lost instruments

holdler's right to duplicate of lost bill

action on lost bill

71. Bills in a set : rules as to sets

72. Conflict of Laws: rules

PART III., CHEQUES ON A BANKER.

73. Cheque defined

74. Presentment of cheque for payment

75. Revocation of banker's authority

Crossed cheques

76. general and special crossings defined

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crossing by drawer or after issue

78. crossing a material part of cheque

79. duties of bankers as to crossed cheques

80. protection to banker and drawer where cheque is crossed

81. effect of crossing on holder

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protection to collecting banker

PART IV., PROMISSORY NOTES.

83. Promissory note defined

84. Delivery necessary

85. Joint and several notes

86. Note payable on demand

87. Presentment of note for payment

88. Liability of maker

89. Application of Part 11. to notes

PART V., SUPPLEMENTARY.

90. Good faith

91. Signature .

92. Computation of time

93. When noting equivalent to protest

94. Protest when notary not accessible

95. Dividend warrants may be crossed

96. Repeal

97. Savings

98. Saving of summary diligence in Scotland

99. Construction with other Acts, &c.

100. Parole evidence allowed in certain judicial proceedings in Scotland

Schedules

Notes on (see Chalmers)

Remarks by Mr. Billinghurst on clauses which introduce

new law or legalise customs or decisions

Bills of Exchange Bill, 1882, resolution of Association of

Chambers of Commerce

remarks in Annual Report of Council on

notice of issue of .

separate and distinct trade in
short, with banker for collection, question of lien, case with

counsel's opinion
discounted by Bank of France in 1881, enormous total, and large

number for small amounts
documentary, notice issued by Exchange Banks in the East
Legal Decisions-

re-indorsement

neque given as security for

accepted but not signed by drawer, death of acceptor,

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drawer's name may be added

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BILLS OF EXCHANGE-continued.
Questions with Answers of Council upon-
bankruptcy of acceptor before maturity

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bankruptcy of both parties before maturity

264
cheques drawn abroad with foreign address regarded as 214
cheque attached to Bill without stamp, as to payment of 361-362
endorsement and signature ; honouring signature of retired
partner

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payment by banker when signature as first endorser
differs from signature as drawer

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payment when endorsement differs and when
endorsed per pro, not bearing banker's guarantee

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forged endorsement, protection of banker (case
submitted to Counsel, and their opinion).

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recovery of notarial charges

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payable to order of A.B. - accepted payable at Y. L. & Co.

to A. B.," presented to banker, what course to adopt 419
BILLS (Parliamentary), Mr. Lowe's, on Note Issue, 1873

173, 174
Banking Laws (Scotland), Amendment Bill, description of

283–284
BIMETALLISM-
notices of articles, &c. “What is a standard ?" by Mr. Grenfell 363

S. Dana Horton's letter to Prof. Jevons on Prohibitive
Tariff upon Silver

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“How money does its work,” by Prof. Bonamy Price : 181-185
“What is Money?" by Lord Sherbrooke

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“Position and Prophecies of Bimetallists,” by A. Crump 279
supplement to the Bullionist

282
extracts from annual report of United States Mint, on. 179-180
resolutions and addresses of International Monetary Standard
Association

215-221
International Monetary Conference, 1881, Report by English
delegate (see Fremantle).

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Report by Indian Delegates (see Mallet)

432-436
see Silver Question.
BITHELL (Dr.) Remarks in Discussion (Evans, on £ 8. d.)

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(Hamilton, on Money and Barter)

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BLADES (W.) Remarks in Discussion (Evans, on £ s. d.)

80
BOND, drawn as security for advance, question of interest (with answer) 263
BONDS, with banker, question of lien

175-176
United States, deposited at Treasury by National Banks against
note circulation

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Bonus, dividend and, Bank of Scotland, on capital (table).

155-156
average on Stock (table)

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BRITISH LINEN COMPANY, origin

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charters

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capital .

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BULLION, as money

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shipments of, from Australia to the United States

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transfers, conditions governing

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BULLIONIST, supplement, notice

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CANADA, clearing system
CANALS, of India, as field for capital :
CAPITAL, Bank of Scotland

dividend and Bonus on (table)
paid-up, of Scotch Banks, 1845 to 1881 (table)
capacity of India to absorb new, and direction where required (see

Temple)

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CARTER v. WRIGHT, report of case
CASE, with Mr. Chalmers' opinion, regarding bankers' lien on securities

with opinion of Mr. A. Cohen and Mr. Chalmers regarding

bankers' power to recover on forged endorsements
CASES, reports of -

Carter v. White
London and County Bank Appellant, T. Ratcliffe Respondent
London and County Bank v. Groome
Suffell v. Bank of England .
Wilkinson & Co. v. Unwin

Ex parte Richdale. In re Palmer
CASH Balances at bankers, as money

Credit system, in Scotland
Order, accepted payable at bank, question as to stamp (with

answer)
CERTIFICATION of Cheques in United States
CHALMERS (M. D.) Notes on the Bills of Exchange Bill

Criticisms of Mr. Behrens
Preparation of the Bill
Amendments proposed to express existing law more clearly

Amendments proposed in substance of law
Discussion on Mr Chalmers' Paper-
Venn (W. W., Jun.)
Codification

in France
Lubbock (Sir J.)

Opening remarks
Position of the Bill
Crossing of dividend warrants
Days of grace in relation to bank holidays

Proposed amendments .
Billinghurst (Mr.)
Suggested amendments

days of grace
incohate instruments
signatures of agents to cheques

crossed cheques
Slater (Mr.)

Remarks, as one of sub-committee, on the practical aspect of the

question
Martin (R. B.)

Crossing of dividend warrants other than Bank of England;

harmonising of the law with existing practice in the subject
Bastable (Mr.)

Payment of undated cheques.
Place where payable not stated on bill
Discrepancy between amount as stated in figures and words
Payment of bills due on non-business days
Signature per pro

Payment by banker determined
Banks (G.)

Diversity in practice of noting bills of exchange

Payment of bills due on non-business days
Rowett (Mr.)

Proposition for saving clause to the Bill
Grigsby (Mr.)

Clauses in proposed Bill considered as altering the law : Agent

signing bill not liable unless acting without authority ; that bill
or note shall not be discharged when holder makes acceptor his
executor ; that bill shall not be invalidated by alteration made

without holder's consent
Smith (J.)

Argument against including accommodation bills in the sure
and suggested amendment that “value received " should not
admit of question

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