Definition of Industrial loan company
1. Noun. A finance company that makes small loans to industrial workers.
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Literary usage of Industrial loan company
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1. Industrial Loan Corporations: Recent Asset Growth and Commercial Interest by Richard J. Hillman (2006)
"... thrift, credit union, or industrial loan company. To achieve their safety and soundness goals, bank regulators establish capital requirements, ..."
2. California Jurisprudence: A Complete Statement of the Law and Practice of by William Mark McKinney (1922)
"A corporation known as an industrial loan company is one which, in the regular course of business, loans money and issues its own dioses in action as ..."
3. Supplement to the Codes and General Laws of the State of California of 1915 by California, James Henry Deering (1917)
""industrial loan company." The term "industrial loan company" as used in this act means any corporation which in the regular course of its business loans ..."
4. A Cyclopedia of Canadian Biography: Being Chiefly Men of the Time. A by George Maclean Rose (1886)
"... a director of the Confederation Life Insurance Company, and a director of the Ontario industrial loan company. Mr. Howard is a zealous churchman, ..."
5. Financial Services Reform: Congressional Hearing edited by Michael G. Oxley (1999)
"They also can own or affiliate with a federal savings bank, a credit card bank, or an industrial loan company, all of which accept FDIC-insured deposits. ..."
6. The Ontario Reports: Containing Reports of Cases Decided in the Queen's by Ontario High Court of Justice, Ontario, High Court of Justice (1886)
"In The Ontario industrial loan company v. Lindsey, 3 0. R. 66, 4 OR 473, it was held that an instrument declaring that the subscriber claimed certain Linds, ..."