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REPORT OF SAVINGS BANK COM’RS. [P. D. No. 8.
enactment of a new law which shall place all foreign institutions which seek to do business in this State, of a similar character to our domestic concerns, upon the same footing and under the same limitations as our own.
Before the enactment of chapter 126 of the Acts of 1890, the annual report of the Board was issued in one volume, of which twenty-five hundred copies were printed. Since the passage of that act, which provides that the report be issued in two parts, and reduces the number of copies of Part II. from twentyfive hundred to fifteen hundred, the supply of this part of the report has been inadequate to meet the demand for them. The Legislature of 1892 authorized the Board to issue two thousand copies of Part II., and it is believed that this number will be sufficient to meet the present demand.
In the following pages will be found a balance sheet of the condition of each company required to be included in this part of the report, together with the laws relating to co-operative banks and mortgage loan and investment companies, corrected to date.
WILLIAM D. T. TREFRY,
WARREN E. LOCKE,