Definition of Quarter stock
1. Noun. Stock with a par value of $25/share.
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Literary usage of Quarter stock
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A History of Agriculture and Prices in England: From the Year After the by James Edwin Thorold Rogers, Arthur George Liddon Rogers (1887)
"... generally at higher rates, occasionally at much higher, than the year's or quarter's stock costs. Thus, for instance, in 1651 King's College buys its ..."
2. General Ordinances of the Board of Supervisors of the City and County of San by San Francisco (Calif.) (1907)
"Those who slaughter ten thousand (10000) or more small stock per quarter shall pay twenty (20) dollars per quarter. stock ..."
3. Memoranda Concerning Government Bonds, for the Information of Investors by Fisk (Firm) (1881)
"... a quarter stock. The commission on a given number of shares, in the first case is one-half as much as if the real par were $100, and, in the second case ..."
4. Reports of Cases Adjudged in the High Court of Chancery: Before Sir William by Great Britain Court of Chancery, William Page Wood Hatherly (1860)
"... which had once been known as a sum in the Three and a Half per Cents., and was at the date of the will converted into Three and a quarter stock. ..."
5. Excess Profits (including Excess Mineral Rights) Duty and Levies Under the by Walter Edward Snelling (1920)
"The books were totalled every month and balanced every quarter. Stock was actually taken every year, but the quarterly accounts were correct, ..."
6. Tait's Edinburgh Magazine by William Tait, Christian Isobel Johnstone (1853)
"... it would have been probably more effective if instead of a Two and a Half Stock redeemable at £110, there were a Two and Three-quarter Stock redeemable ..."
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