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Senate. Comm. on Banks and Banking. Act to regulate the printing of bank bills, 1833
Senate No. 34 On January 5, 1833, the Committee on Banks and Banking began to consider the part of the Governor's address on bank note
counterfeiting. It presented a bill on February 13, 1833: An Act to regulate the printing of bank bills, 1833. There would be a Bank Note Commissioner to print
bills for all the banks. The state would pay for the new plates, paper, etc. The Commissioner had to watch each print run. All requests from banks
for bills had to be in writing. Banks were supposed to use these bills; if they wanted special markings, they had to pay for it. The Commissioner was
allowed $10,000 to get up and running. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of title originally held by the Massachusetts State Library).
Title:   Ordered, that the Committee on Banks and Banking be instructed to consider the expediency of repealing or modifying the thirty-second section of an act passed February 28th, 1829, entitled, "An act to regulate banks and banking."
OCLC Number:   1396610614
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