||Private corporation laws; application to state banks.
||Bank not to permit use of its name.
||Local and regional banks for farm loans authorized.
||Preservation of old records.
||Banks shall become members of the Federal Deposit Insurance
||State banks may become members of Federal Reserve Bank.
||Federal Reserve Act requirements must be observed.
||Officers and employees of banks to furnish fidelity bond;
||Bank stock; transfer and use as collateral.
||Stock; record of transfer of to be kept.
||Stock of other banks not to be owned.
||Preferred stock; issuance authorized.
||Investments in stock of small business investment companies.
||Liability of stockholders.
||Bank holding companies; definitions; control of banks.
||Corporations may be formed to purchase, hold and own bank
||Voting trusts prohibited.
||Powers in regard to trusts.
||Accounts of administrators, executors, guardians, trustees,
and other fiduciaries.
||State and national banks acting in fiduciary capacity not
required to file bond; exception.
||Uniform Common Trust Fund Law.
||Banks may register securities held in fiduciary capacity
in name of bank's nominee.
||Licensing of foreign banking corporations to do business.
||Foreign investors may engage in certain activities without
||Out-of-state banking and trust associations and corporations
may act as executors, administrators, trustees and guardians.
||Qualification and oath of directors; meetings; executive
and auditing committee.
||Directors may contract to sell stock while continuing to
||Interlocking directorates prohibited.
||Loans to directors and executive officers.
||Limitation of liability when dealing with agents, trustees,
||Name of depositors not to be disclosed.
||Month and year checking account opened to be printed on
face of checks.
||Excess deposits; limit and penalty.
||Deposit of minors.
||Safe deposit boxes; leasing to minors.
||Accounts payable at death.
||Deposit in name of two or more persons; payments to successors
of deceased depositors without administration.
||Accounts of deceased depositors to be reported; publicity
||Settlement of adverse claims to deposits.
||Authorization for payment of dividend.
||Limit of loans to single borrower.
||Effect of third-party deposits to induce making of unsound
||Limit of borrowing power of banks.
||Consolidation, conversion or merger of state or state and
||Holding of real estate by bank.
||Limitations upon acceptances.
||Par clearance; exchange may be charged on certain items.
||Clearing house authorized.
||Powers of clearing house.
||Drive-in teller windows and branch offices considered to
be branch banks.
||Establishment of electronic banking terminals.
||Dissolution of solvent banks.
||Standard of care for bank directors established.