Annual Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances for the Year ...
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1911
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aggregate amount appropriations assay offices assets association August authorized average balance bars bonds bullion Bureau capital cash cent charge circulation City close coinage cost currency customs December decrease demand denominations Department depositors deposits disbursements District ended Estimated stock excess exchange expenses February fiscal year 1910 Five Foreign fund Gold certificates gold coin Government held hundred dollars increase interest issued January July June 30 less liabilities loan March melts Minor coin mints Miscellaneous months National Bank National-bank notes November October operations ordinary Orleans Outstanding paid Panama Philadelphia Philippine pieces postal receipts received redeemed redemption reports reserve returns San Francisco savings banks Secretary securities September shown shows Silver certificates Stand standard ounces statement Statutes Subsidiary silver coin surplus thousand dollars tion Total Transfers Treasury notes trust United United States notes warrants York
Page 138 - The Secretary of the Treasury shall require the associations thus designated to give satisfactory security, by the deposit of United States bonds and otherwise, for the safe-keeping and prompt payment of the public money deposited with them, and for the faithful performance of their duties as financial agents of the Government...
Page 377 - States bonds or other securities, certified by the written or engraved signatures of the Treasurer and Register and by the imprint of the seal of the Treasury. They shall also express upon their face the promise of the association receiving the same to pay on demand, attested by the signature of the president or vice-president and cashier.
Page 435 - ... than a million dollars for their salaries and expenses, but it collects and reimburses the Treasury for every dollar of it through assessments upon the banks. It also collects nearly a half a million dollars a year from national banking associations on account of salaries and contingent expenses of the Treasurer of the United States and the Comptroller of the Currency. The expenditures in 1919 for Indian affairs amounted to $33,320,447, but more than two-thirds of this sum was the Indians' own...
Page 86 - And to enable the Secretary of the Treasury to prepare and provide for the redemption in this act authorized or required, he is authorized to use any surplus revenues, from time to time, in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, and to issue, sell, and dispose of, at not less than par, in coin, either of the descriptions of bonds of the United States described in the act of Congress approved July fourteenth, eighteen hundred and seventy, entitled, " An act to authorize the refunding of the national...
Page 375 - That any depositor may withdraw the whole or any part of the funds deposited to his or her credit, with the accrued interest, upon demand and under such regulations as the board of trustees may prescribe.
Page 301 - ... shall be exempt from all taxes or duties of the United States, as well as from taxation in any form by or under State, municipal, or local authority...
Page 300 - Gold: 5, 10, 20, 50. and 100 francs. Silver: 5 francs. Gold: 5, 10. and 20 marks.
Page 456 - ... for detecting and bringing to trial and punishment persons guilty of violating the internal revenue laws, or conniving at the same, in cases where such expenses are not otherwise provided for by law.
Page 377 - Such notes shall express upon their face that they are secured by United States bonds, deposited with the Treasurer of the United States, by the written or engraved signatures of the Treasurer and Register, and by the imprint of the seal of the Treasury...
Page 302 - SEC. 5. That nothing in this Act shall be construed as in any way granting to any officer or employee of the Bureau of Mines any right or authority in connection with the inspection or supervision of mines or metallurgical plants in any State.