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House. Act to regulate institutions for savings, 1834
House No. 63 An Act to regulate institutions for savings, 1834. All savings banks were made corporations, with officers as listed, and at least an
annual meeting. No more than $1,000 could be accepted from any one depositor at one time unless it was a charitable organization. The monies were to
be invested for the benefit of depositors (there were directions for investments and loans) with the income divided among the depositors in proportion
[not defined] There were directions for the content of the annual report to be sent to the Secretary of the Commonwealth who would create an
abstract of each such report. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of title originally held by the Massachusetts State Library).
Title:   An act to regulate institutions for savings.
OCLC Number:   1402308547
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Vol. 1YesNo