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2, ST. MICHAEL'S HOUSE, CORNHILL, LONDON, E.C.
LIST OF LONDON, COUNTRY, COLONIAL AND FOREIGN
BANKS, WITH WHICH MEMBERS OF THE INSTITUTE
Blades, East & Blades, Printers, 23, Abchurch Lane, London, E.C.
SIR C. H. MILLS, BART., M.P. R. C. L. BEVAN, ESQ.
R. H. INGLIS PALGRAVE, Esq. SAMPSON S. LLOYD, ESQ., M.P.
SIR JOHN ROSE, BART., G.C.M.G.
Australian Joint Stock Bank.
Parr's Banking Company, Limited.
Messrs. Dimsdale & Co.
Bank of England.
Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China. LUKE HANSARD
Messrs. Martin & Co.
Messrs. Glyn & Co.
London and County Banking Co., Limited.
City Bank, Limited.
Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China.
Messrs. Ransom, Bouverie & Co.
London Joint Stock Bank, Limited.
Messrs. Praeds & Co.
Messrs. Coutts & Co.
Union Bank of London, Limited.
Bank of Victoria.
Messrs. Barclay & Co.
Manchester and Salford Bank, Manchester.
.. Australian Joint Stock Bank.
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Constitution of the Institute of Bankers.
1.--The name of the Institute is “THE INSTITUTE OF BANKERS."
2.—The Institute is an Association of gentlemen connected with the various branches of Banking. Its primary object is to facilitate the consideration and discussion of matters of interest to the profession, and, where advisable, to take measures to further the decisions arrived at ; and its secondary object is to afford opportunities for the acquisition of a knowledge of the theory of Banking.
3.—The Institute shall afford facilities for the reading, discussion, and publication of approved papers, by Members and others ; shall, when desirable, recognize and arrange for the delivery of Lectures on Banking, Mercantile Law, Political Economy, and other kindred subjects; shall issue Certificates to those who may pass Examinations approved of from time to time by the Council of the Institute ; and shall found a Library, consisting of Works on Banking, Commerce, Finance, and Political Economy.
4.-If the Council shall at any time, or from time to time, think it desirable to acquire for the purposes of the Institute the whole or part of any building or buildings, they shall have power to purchase or lease the same upon such terms as they shall think fit, and they shall also have power from time to time to sell or surrender any premises which, in their judgment, are no longer required for such objects.
5.—The Members of the Institute are Fellows, Associates, and Ordinary Members :FELLOWS shall be elected by the Council. Each applicant for admission as a Fellow shall be nominated by two or more Fellows, who shall certify in writing that the candidate is a fit
person to be elected a Fellow of the Institute of Bankers. The Council shall have power to elect as Honorary Fellows men of distinction in the practice or literature of Banking, Mercantile
Law, Political Economy, or other kindred subjects. ASSOCIATES shall in future be elected by the Council from those
who have not been less than ten years in the service of any Bank; or from those who have passed the examination instituted or recognised by the Council ; or from those who, being on the staff of a Bank, are Graduates of any University. Each applicant for admission as an Associate shall in every case be
proposed by two Fellows of the Institute, who shall certify in writing that the Candidate is a fit person to be elected an
Associate of the Institute of Bankers. ORDINARY MEMBERS. —Clerks on the staff of any Banking
Establishment, and who shall be approved by the Council. 6.-Associates and Ordinary Members, as well as Fellows, shall have the right to be present at the various meetings of the Institute; but in any case when any election is to be made, or the opinion or decision of the Institute is to be taken on any subject or question by vote, at any Meeting, ordinary or special, the Fellows and Associates of the Institute shall, except where otherwise specially provided by the Constitution, alone be entitled to vote.
7.-The control of the Institute shall be vested in the President, Vice-Presidents, Treasurer, and Council for the time being.
8.—The President, Vice-Presidents, and Treasurer shall ex officio be Members of the Council. They shall be elected each year, at the Annual General Meeting, from among the Fellows of the Institute. Each shall be eligible for re-election, and shall hold office until his successor is appointed.
The Council shall be not more than twenty-four in number, exclusive of the President, Vice-Presidents, and Treasurer. At each Annual General Meeting six Members of the Council shall retire from office. The order of retirement shall be determined by the Council. Each shall be eligible for re-election. At each Annual General Meeting a sufficient number of Members of Council shall be elected from among the Fellows to supply the places of those retiring.
The notice convening the Annual General Meeting shall state the names of those recommended by the Council for election as President, Vice-Presidents, Treasurer, and as Members of Council, to supply the places of those retiring.
9.-On any extraordinary vacancy of the office of the President, or any Officer other than Trustee of the Institute, or in the Council, a meeting of the Council shall be summoned with as little delay as possible, and shall choose a new President, or other Officer of the Institute, or Member of the Council, as the case may be, to hold office until the next Annual General Meeting.
10.-AUDITORS.—At the Annual General Meeting in each year two Fellows of the Institute, not being Members of the Council, shall be elected to act as Auditors for the ensuing year.
The Auditors shall hold office until the next Annual General Meeting, and shall be eligible for re-election.
11.-TRUSTEES.—The property of the Institute shall be vested in three Trustees, and a Resolution of the Council shall, in all cases, be a suficient authority and protection to the Trustees for and in respect of any conveyance, transfer, payment, or other act thereby directed.