Business & Finance: Banks, First Half

Every association [national bank] shall make to the Comptroller of the Currency not less than three reports during each year. . . . Each such report shall exhibit in detail under appropriate heads, the resources and liabilities . . . at the close of business on any past day by him specified; and shall be transmitted to the Comptroller within five days after the receipt of a . . . requisition therefor from him . . . and shall be published in a newspaper. . . .—National Bank Act.

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