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THE FEDERAL AND STATE COURTS
From 1878 to 1880.
ACTS RELATING TO NATIONAL BANKS.
NOTES AND REFERENCES
BY IRVING BROWNE,
EDITOR OF "THE ALBANY LAW JOURNAL" AND "THE AMERICAN REPORTS."
LAW PUBLISHERS AND LAW BOOKSELLERS.
Entered, according to act of Congress, in the year eighteen hundred and eighty,
BY JOHN D. PARSONS, JR.,
In the office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington.
This volume is designed as a continuation of Thompson's National Bank Cases, and is believed to contain every such case decided since the issue of that volume, including a number reported while this volume was in press. Many of these decisions are of the greatest authority and importance, especially on questions of taxation, usury, and liability for special deposits. To these have been added the National Bank Act, with the various amendments, and other acts relating to National banks, with sectional references to the decisions reported in this volume and in Mr. Thompson's work, and a detailed index.
For official copies of these acts the undersigned is indebted to the courtesy of Hon. John J. Knox, Comptroller of the Currency. IRVING BROWNE.