Definition of Member bank

1. Noun. A bank that is a member of the Federal Reserve System.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Member Bank

meltons
meltproof
melts
melty
melvins
melzer's reagent
melæna
melænæ
mem
mem.
memadmittance
memantine
member bank (current term)
member field
member fields
member for Barkshire
member function
member functions
member of staff
member state
member states
member variable
member variables
membered
memberless
members
members of staff

Literary usage of Member bank

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1. Journal by Texas Legislature. Senate, Legislature, United States Congress. Senate, Texas State Library, Texas (1914)
"As such funds are paid to The Bank of Texas either by the State Treasurer as trustee or the member bank, The Bank of Texas shall execute and deliver to the ..."

2. Money and Banking: Illustrated by American History by Horace White (1911)
"When a member bank increases its capital stock or surplus, it shall thereupon subscribe for an additional amount of capital stock of the Federal reserve ..."

3. Money and Banking by John Thom Holdsworth (1920)
"receive from any non-member bank or trust company, solely for the purposes of exchange or collection, deposits of money, checks, sight drafts, ..."

4. The Operation of the New Bank Act by Thomas Conway, Ernest Minor Patterson (1914)
"When a member bank increases its capital stock or surplus, it shall thereupon subscribe for an additional amount of capital stock of the Federal reserve ..."

5. Money and Banking by John Thom Holdsworth (1917)
"As finally passed the Act provided that a member bank should not be prohibited from "charging its actual expense incurred in collecting and remitting funds, ..."

6. The Financial Organization of Society by Harold Glenn Moulton (1921)
"Under this plan a member bank in Milwaukee, which receives a check drawn on a bank in Springfield, Illinois, accepts the check from its customer at par and ..."

7. Organized Banking by Eugene Ewald Agger (1918)
"of capital or surplus of any member bank and the allotment of additional capital ... Decrease of capital stock I. Whenever a member bank reduces its capital ..."

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