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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta f Commerce 11KFOKT OF TII1J OF ANNUAL M.iKTIINVdf SlIAHKlIOLDEKS TUESDAY, 9th JANUARY, 1917- fiftieth Annunl Bank of Commerce was he! 111) January, 1917, nt 12 o'clock. Meeting ot Ibo Shareholders t cld'in the ba'nlilii'g house :it Ton at 'L'lio Canadian on Tuesday, Mr. H. President. Sir Edmund Walker, taken the chair, Mr. H. V; Jones, was appointed lo fid us Secretary and Slcasrs. KdwarJ Cronyn J, E, I'a'ngmiin we're appointed scrutineers. The I'resldcnt called uiwn Iho Secretary lo rnJ Iho Animal lU-porl lo OF TflK AUDITOIIS TO TIlB-BllAKKHOIiUKIia Of TUB CANADIAN- BANK Or' COAIMKKCB, J .'in accordonco with l.hn bt sub-sections 15 und o( faccllon 66 'of Iho Bnuli Acl, wo as follows: 'audited llVo nbpve Balance Sheet owl compared 11 with books anil vouchers nl Head and with iho certified rolurna from tho brunches. Wo have objolucd nil >lho tiitori'iiatlon and explanations wo have required, and ore of (ho opinion that the trmisacllosia of to which havo conic iiud'er our uo'llco have been within Ilia of Ilio We ha'vb checked Ih'e c.iih and 'verified Hie securities representing (Us (r-.Tcslraoiils of liie Ui'nV al Us thief office nwl principal branches si I dalo oilier lhaii nnd In addition lo Inc. verification ot JOJli> November, and found thai thoy wore In In agreement wllb Ilio entries tn tlio books ol the Dunk relating In our opinion Hie Balance Bheol is properly diawmup so us to oj- Ulult u true auJ correct view of the Elate of stfalrn of tho according lo the beat of our Information nhd the- explanations given to us, siud ii by tho books olthe Uank. thb'IJlrectors, as follows: REPORT. luniiY ci., o[ Read, Ilegon, Calllncham t Co, JAMBS JIAtlWICK, C.A.-, ot MUchell, real Co. _: V Directors have pleasure In submitting to the Shareholders the fifllelh -Annual Henort for the twelve raonihs ennlnr, 30th November, U16. logelher with Ihe usual statement of Assets and Liabilities: The balance at credit ot Profit and 1-oss Account brought froiii last year, Tho-net profits for the year ending 30th November, after pro- vldlng for nil bail and doubtful debls, amounted to........ 2.433.415.17 Daforo moving the adoption of the Report, Ihe President 'centd on Ihe Uenoral Mimaier to ndilreis Ilio sharch'oldors: General AddrcM, The shadow of the great European war has been the dominating In- llucnco In business affairs during Iho cenL of our total to He public-, and In vlow .of Iho Oncer talutlcs of war conditions wo sure that you will oil policy of keeping strong In Ihls re sped. Our immediate available as sets lotal equal lo fifty- lanltbre, .innVjng U total of I'nir- nis.employed by Iho .Hank. The' .changes iir .personnel the atovo figures are clo- hiirden which his laid tivon bliouldcrs o[ the older lueiiiuere of. Iho stall to maintain oiir organization at a BaltufiictoVy level of-orflctoiicy'and, al tho same tlrao, lo assist In Iho training of .iho niiuBudUy largo n'crcenlago of .Iho Is without any previous .'enterprises by Becuntlcs raaBoiiablo" rales' (of: money H will I be natural for. llrltlshgr to .Invest Municipal Ills 4vlriRs hi'ouf own securities, of Interest which are llke'lyilo We shall, Ilila 'situation with Increasing Inlr'resl.-'iiii devolop- uonl al hoine hiid abroad may Aweui -Ilio willingness of capitalists ind'bllipra to accept, lower return fromVucJi Invnslnferits iliau thoy can obuti'i: vndcr'prcsojil cundlllons byj Hallway mentu Miscellaneous Corporations. 1'ubllo Service Total At.tho. 30lh'ot Novel Corporations' Canadian operating In fr'or- countries rion-cqin'iulasloncd rank "In Ihe army, ..''.if. Further only has II been accessary lo th" tho Immedlnto difficulties from n depleted staff, but This has becu appropriated as follows: DlvldenJs N'o9..11G, 117, US oni 119 at tea per tern, per annum .llonua of one per cent, payable 1st June. I'ndnus of one per cent, payable 1st December................ (War tax on bank-note circulation lo ,30lh November to Pension Fund (annual i. '.'Subscriptions: J'Cshadlau Patrlolic Ited Cross Fund 6.000.09 Drltlsh Sailors' riellet- FunJ 6.000.00 i Sundry subscriptions. Including Northern Ontario Fire Fund and War. Hospitals, ele. Balance carried forward M7.2SS.33 SO.000.00 '11.700.05 six per tent, of our deposits and provision has had to bo mado us well year through which wo have Just, lllly per cenl. of our lolnl liabilities me additional strengthening of passed. No important now transac- lo tho public. Tho largest Increase lour, ranks in -order to meet ivllh tion could bn underlaken wltliout considering the effect of the war, in any. one Hem composing degree of preparedness Hie amount IB In British, foreign n'ld problpni of lutnro cnlislments. Ono in the conduct of Iho .affalis. of colonial securities, etc., which a greal fiduciary Institution, such bs an Increase of over and' a hank H has beuii necessary- lo Elvo Include tho securities purchased and more conslileralloii lo tho factor of hehl for the advances which wo liava safety than to the fpicto'r of made' to Uie Imperial Uovcnuneiit to Under these circumstances we feel finance their purchases In the Dp- thai you will bo well conte'nt inliiloi. lias been a allghl lu: Ine results which we' lay before youicreasc of In- our holdings. of lo-day. I Dominion nnd Provincial securities The Hank's profits _ for Iho year, and a decrease of J1.S02.000 In our under review were n.n In-j holdings of railway anil other bonds, crease of over the figures of debentures' and .stocks. havo the preceding year, a trifling sum! thdughl It desirable, in Ihe when you consider th'e .Increased zzi of Iho re- whlcli :lt has qulremenls of tlio_goverhtnculs ;ol yo nnio'JQl ot business on been earned, and th' which has prevailed expedient adopted to meet the enclcj of tho case has bcou Ihe em- ployment of leiaporary men clerks, of whom we now. have .157., und. ti[ women clerks, both perinnnctit nnrt leiripprnry, Iho nutnbnr of woinen on biir :aiatf having Increased during past year from 3G7 to 125. .With a staff ihus augmented lo an unusual- degree by untrained nnd In is ycar-tijo for, nsklrji; you- lo dovol our atteiit'lon to Ihu mntbrlal affaire 1 Canada at nJjmc'whoii the Kmplfo nil for.'lhe rcatpsi 6: nil llbcrly of he wdrld. Cannda 'has In thnt shorl Imii fphcre ot action lint buly.'jlie bllnd'could fall lo see hat ovory.detail or our national Ufa vhlch'nlds' or hinders our power lo orvo In Ilio great''conrllcl Is of su premo In Ibe winter did not oxccrlenced many prob pcrlal Govcffl'nicnt and Ilio Domin- ion "Government, 'and ns ratea 91 interest on ibis class ot business aro '..'I The usual carelul re-valuallon (jf all Ihe assets of Ihe Dank has been "inside and p.v cry deb I which maybe considered as bad or doubtful has been fully provided for. Although" this Is toe fiftieth reporl' presented. tho first Halt "century, of the Bank's operations will not be completed until neit May. owing lo the date of the Annual Meeting having twice been changed. Tho commenced business In May, 'the first Annual General Meeting or the shareholders was held ou the 6ih July, 1S6S. In ISS7 the date of ih'e Annual Meeting- was changed by, by-lnw from tho second Tuesday 'to tbe third Tuesday In June and ngnln In 1301, lo the second Tuesday 'in 'January, th'o day set by Ibe present by-laws. I During the year the following branches have been opened: Ic British I' Coupe; In In tleJbrA-lln and Thorold; In The business of the branch at Gllroy, Sast, his been transferred lo niverhurst. SasV '-Sub-agencies hive been opened at Birch Hills and Spccrs in Sas- katchewan; at-Belgrave, (int., and al Glen The .sub-igtnclc-s ._ _... amoumc :bi'Blshop'5 Crossing, Complon and Weedon, all In.the Province of Quebec, profits las been apparent for some a Que.. has been ears'past. The .ratio, of.our profits i greal ,'ncllvlly Great Britain and Canada, (o riajlze u'iitried staff musl Ihroughoul Ibek on Ihese securities as opporlunliy enlarged nor lenisvhavo arisen -anil Iho lask o distributing Iho burden ns equitably as has been by no means easy.. Furthermore.' an Inciporieiiccc iucan a slaf nsal rctjnlTc year.- We have felt it our duly to offered. seemed the'more, a'nj a" conscnucnl addition lo render a large assistance advisable because Iho doubtful jojj Q[ operation. These, how In their finahchg lo both the Ini- oullodk-as to llie future trend In Iho are conditions 'inevitable i value of such- securities: Assllt Home N'othwlthstanding the owsanng ie avances-, naturally low, our profits. baye been. -ave lo tlf0 governnlcnts-l0[ educed correspondingly. dur own nnrt Great Brlliiln "M, 1 for tho purposes of iho war, hnve Apart from Ihs horveyer there nec lo' de'cfcis6 as beon a greatly .Increased lurn- we ver during Ihe past Is ordinary business, of Ibe country. r or not renected In an increase of tbe m cllrrBnl profils or lhe Bank nnd Ib Is ten- before you y business, of Ibe country. cllrrBnl towards a steady rednction m are'now'being'operated as branches, and iho branch .at Blc, Que.. has been 'inade a'sub-agency of nlmouskl- The following .branches have been closed: J In British Creek and Sunimerland. In and Slrathmbre; in and Outlook; In Stanley, South'Porcupine nnd Yonge and Kglinton In J SL'Denla and Dululh (Montreal) and St. neml. Since the close of the Baak's I'year a branch has been opened at Willow Drool-. Sask., and a sub agency at I.Hicbaid, Your Directors have inade subscriptions of to Ibe Canadian Pal- rlotic Fund, each to' the Hrltlsh Red Cross Fund and lia Brltisb Sailors'" Ilelief Fund. to the Northern' Ontario" Fire Relief Fund and I imnller eunis. amountins In all lo lo' various' crgauiia'tlaris, principally I of a patriotic character, whicii are "secklhg lo alleviate Ihe sintering arising bit ot Ihe great war. .The call for sucn.help Is 'Insistent and we assume our share of.QIC burden in a spirit of sratefulnesB thai 'Canada has-been spared "He-id OIHcc have been inspected during I tie yearby the ,6ur'Inspection Department. f I -ll'gives th'e Direclbra pleasure again lo ospress their satisfaction at Ihe ly-with which_Uie pjficejs of IheyBank have discharged their JOHN AIRD, Manager.. 'l'1- B. E. WALKER, President. o lolel average' nsscts during the d lo of over as com- Ith the figure's of a 11 his always been .Ihe'policy ot IMS and Industry. T- to In this duly during Iho al .the'end-of each half year: tho war lax-on our n'ole 'circulation has l called'Itor SH7.2SS, the Liquidallon'.of. Debls 'e'nsion' Funil for a.nd The total of' tliow dry subscriptions for patrlbtic pur- a considerable, decrease..and.-stand poses fbi leavng a. balance al.a'.lo-.ver fisure, tnan ,ror a. riii-.nbc it-credit of Prolit anrt Loss'bf of years aiid al obly 315 to be carried forward tie ac- tbo amount .of year. .v.Thlsjis counts of'nest'year: As long aa to gcnerai, liquidation pfe'sent conditions continue we of; abbGl-- in .rate! pf profit, part by' the satisfactory redulls. of Sepurltlei Spli In 'Sold'.io- '-United .5' govcriinients Coriio'rallons Public Service Corpora I lona Canadian Co.'s operating In -.clgn conntrlcH Total :f R .v.'lll be seen ilial lllp 'HCtual fales In' Canada, of ..Government, bonds aic than thy, 1 n Muil'ouf u'ld'was to count for. much iiiiioiinla.otrored lo Iho public In Can. In tho-struBele trea'tly as wo'desired ada: To Iho c.ilehl thus, oliown buy- lo heli) -Wb clld iiot really believe, era In tbe.United Stales havo lespllo' Ilio warning of Kllcliener, ally become the owners, of-these lhal the'war would, sllll bo rasltig In sues. Since August, I wltli Iho'eiid not nearly in-slthl. Eecurllles lo the extent of.about 50 .irough, and We can tcallfy to the ea'dy and cheerful mariner lii '.which been siipporled-by slaff vrllk'Hieiu.. 'v'- Their Supreme .Sacrifice Since bur .last annual .meeting an Now1, wo'rto TiM Ih.lk of uny definite, timo for'thc-end: wo billy .know tbat. Iho last''inaui "tho Jnsl nun, the lasl dollar needed, but that we shall -wiii 'bayoud. any peradvontnrc If Ihe tho Allied coun- tries can bo: madp to understand what Is refiulr'cd rjf tliohl. Imports Tn'rniiiK'ut (nicc'to our trade wlih olner COUnUlep; .tli'it being the best indication of tbe lendency of-afWrs al Ibal, leaving out .Ihei's'hlpinents ,of gold and bul- lion, both Inwards and outwards, extorts .for the fiscal year ending 31sl' exceeded our lin and tlml fo ,s Deccmbbr 3lsl is aa Killed; Wounded Missing PrlBonsrs 111 'S .9 20 230 have received .-many indlca lions that our nien are measuring well up to what is retiuircJ" ot them end of'iiur 'period! of eipanslbn li 1913, and' a Tepilllion of the figure aid us lo do so Fiscal -.Year ImpArts Ktports W13-14 1511-15 1015-16- 6 nios, 'end- V ing.: Sept. Exbeas and are capable of-laklhg Uieir full Excess' Hxporls nllltons'bf dollars, had'.been old In Circul Biltaln or elsewhere In'- luropc, have been returned.., These av'o been cllh'er directly resold- he' nalurc of Ihe iBSliea re-arranged nd about one-half .has Cound'a lunrXcl In Iho United "Btatca, .the rc- natndcr' being nbsbrbed in Canada: The figures of such transactions arp not Included lir'lho Bialninerit'of I1BW' Issues.; United Statts Gold Stock... The. affairs bt llie -Unlied Blalea' are. hecessarlTy always of ierest- to us bill never.'more so lhau at tbe present time, and-i hbfo that every shareholder will read 'Blle-iC lively the "cnfbfnlly'prepar'c'd. report of our Now During the past United StHiu's'ijaa; add- her sold exporls, about 400cnillll6ps lii -gol'l. aiid Is now estimated lo' itoaMaii the hugo .sum of ahbiil lii thal.melal From Information plilaln: ed-ln the United States wo leafh Ihat tho Imports trim Canada for llie ten months ending Oelobefiwere 185 'millions of dollars. This >aj, of almost, leiillrely on Govcrnm.enl the enor; 1110113'yoiumc of war bUainesB.-the In- crease of credit made possible by the new Federal Hcaerv'e nkhk Act and (his Influx'-.of creased Ihnt In ninny Jlines of husi- ,ess each month establishes'a and .thtee .more, have .vliecn. mended for.il., Still at. (10 not tiii'ik lhal ll wbulf. be frclr Ihus to express our arlile-.In, our- 14l.100.59S ,An the foreign trade Stale's, given by our New .York agent, -placea- the' ex- cess of GENERSIT STATEMENT 30th NOVEMBER, 1916 -f-. LIABILITIES.- I Notes" of Ihe Dank in-circulation nol' bearing Inle'resl bearing -interest io date X. i............ es diie la other Banks in Canada .-rrr-.-.-.......... es due lo. Bants and Banking Correspondents elsewhere than in Canada sejitances under Ixjtlera of Credit The-Imprbvcmonl1 year to1 year cess of from r .n 191-I.-Io; 19U This Is. saidi to be nl-' most' a'niblinl. ot United war1, estlnmtcd bear. Dp; lo Ihe balance sheet of twenty'..years ago present, however, .we, have'not fo.'jad when they stood at The It necessary to add sum of Increase .alone during iust Reserved; last' year for j-ast has exceeded the .total figures possible .further.- depreciation, and of the. whole bank al that hclieve IhailrWe have provided no-less tiian tho sum of_tcn million of sestbmher, sjecurl- ties of-all kinds hail bceu .relumed lo the value; anonl remalncd'.abroail. Ot Ihls 'remaliilcr (lie.'.proportion which can be made available.for Brit- ish war linancc .Is loo uncertain to form n basis for an opinion of any JlviilenilE unpaid Dividend No. 119 and bonus, payable 1st December........ Capital' Paid up' JO Account...............................'.... iBalince of I'rofits as per '.'rofit and Loss Account- or anything'which is Id occur, j dollars. -Larger Noie Circulation The notes of the'rDanS In clrcu Few Branches OpenetJ. allon show an increase 'j Tlie .number of our- hranshcs If we are really'to exercise 2n j; vaiiie. Great Britain, holds" a 'vast- amount' Jn countries olhcr than ihc Uullei i i states I have seen.Iho slaleuienl lhal Trade .With fcclive. cconamy shoujd be very! per cent, of the-'prcs. aro you wars advised thai "lo'IhcVnalure-of any enr cxporls from the'-. uhlten St'ateB we had placed llie facililles ol Ihls ports for th'o prbilnc-; from war .requireiiienls.- If Bank at the disposal'-of our Italian i (ion ot War supp'lfes nr for our nation-; 'Is ev-jn appr'oxlinatcly correct allies for the purpose, of. receiving nl cxlsl.cicp. There Is from their citizens in tills country mciil' ih'.'lhls; respccl, bill it Is 'subscriptions lo a war loan. '-Tbo sll- pieasant-to'sco abpnt 10 millions nation In Italy today Is ri von' inte.r- ..sKhu'oiie. The foreign frade ot'that T7" :1-----1-.i.i-i-.r brotfEht-with it a serious.dislocation business arising from the large or- ders for merchandise and munitions iiiuti ui uui placed in Canada ..by the allied' gov-j .'iSniy'Vu crimenls. In" the general increase ._._ _. .L_ fressorces of not 1 sent abroad for m'oto'rs'and about as much mora for silk goods ami velvets. The chief Increases are. In iron and steel bars and goods, aiid .in Iron ores, in machinery, In '.wool, cotton, :iud jnle and goods ,matie therefrom, in raw rubber, -in .various' chemicals, oils, eiplo'slves, elc., needed for making nuinltions, -In various articles for the army-and navy, and lo a considerable extent; in io tTial apparciil- chief increases arc In ncees- we can Imagine the vast additional Increase In wealth It the wnr con- llnues much longer, anil the extent if Ihe collapse In jraSe H docs not. United Slat's -WacJJLaie'.- Thc receipts of gold.' therefore, have hcen nolwIthsUndlnB tho acquiring of-so large an amount of Untied Stales securities. Co-llicl- dcrit with this Ibere lias been such an expansion of credit ..that- liank reserves ars not as comfortaole as they were a year ago. and Ihe Fed- eral lleserve Uoard .lias sounded n' note of warning yhlcli.takes Ihe form' Gold' nnd Silver Coin Current.. S20.975.E29.83 -ominloh notes 13.315.476.00 leposlt In-the Cenlral-Cold- Reserve [Notes'o[ other Banks Hcijucs.bn other 'Banks Balances due by other Banks In Canada 1.3S9.SC 'lancesi. dne' by Banks and Banking Corres-' elsewhere than in and Provlhciar Government- Securilles, not exceed- market value ah, Foreign and Colonial Public Securities and Canadian Municipal' Securities way and other Bonds. Debentures and Slocks, not exceed- ..Ing market value pill ana Shorl Loans (not exceeding 30 days) In Canada on .'Ve Bonds, Debentures and Stocks...........----.'.i........ Jail and Short Loans (nol exceeding 30 ,days) elsewhere than Canada Jeposlt with Ihe Minister of Finance for the purposes of Ihe Circulation Fund of a caution against th'e sary'articles.although we rcgrel lhal the of-lhe cloairis; la verj1 pressing- With the active sui ail lo her while Ibe Avar lists: "Tho Iho inonoy result for the llmo bclnp, s abnormal because of the high price f almost every 'Known commodity am not putting forward the figures. lowcyir, as'.a pnldc to what may b blher Losns and1 Uiacpunla in Canada (Iftas rt-balc fi'H-bf- ptner'-Cnrfent Loans and Discounts elsewhere Uian In Canada Ipf (ies3 interest) jlabllillea of Cuslomers under Letters of Credit, as contra Qferduo DcbLl (esllmaled loss provided for) leal Eslale-other Uian Hank Premises (Including Ihe unsold balance" of former premises' of Ihe Eastern .Townships a en on Heal ilslate cold by the Dank nk Premises at cosL less amounls writlcn off mortgage assumed on properly purchllcd 'sscU not included In the rorcgotnE J to the adrlcc thus given.; Canadians: would soon rehahllilale her com- cannot loo oltcn bo reminded inly by Ihe universal exercise pfl During Ihe year wo were called 'conomy and Ihrlft to an eitenl lotnpon lo joln'wllh ;he other.hanks In tnicn in ino pisl been, undernriling a mrl of ,1110 Second trangcrs anil Ijy the setting aside of. Canadian a per cent. War Loin, ma- whal Is limn saved for livcstmcnl lurin? In 1931. The wmilcrful suc- n sov'emment loans or as bank of this loan is now a. mailer of wilts can we do our share lo pro-1 history and must have been raosl vide Ihc wbcrcwltlial necessary lo! tratifrlng to the Minister of Tit. E. WALKER. '-IV- TreslienL JOH.V Ainn, General Manager carry Ihe war ;b a victorious cbn-.ancc. cluclon. Strcng-Cssh Reiervet Our lolal holdings of coin and lerrals are an Increase of tMSWt'b over Ihe figures of a year but of this Is by a deposit 1.1 Ihe Cen- tral Gold Reserves to cover the issue The Stall The members of the sutf ntimb'cr us shown In the folIowInK com paratlve Officers on rsgoiar 30In jSlh 31s Nov. Nov. julj 1J16 1916 "191 J.UC of note clrdulaUon In excess of alaff Ta'd-up canllal, already referred to. 1 Temporary clerks Hi 61 These holdings of cash represent 16.5 i TernfOrary women per cenl. of Ihc lolal or our slnn- poslis and circulation find 17.0 ographwi ntercsi and In the horo lhal 4t may cad to 'mutually profitable comnier- lal relatlnnfl. Build Dominion Trade Similar projects wllh others of our Allies ore also' unilcr discussion, and f Iho opportunity B'vcn us we nail prolialtly avail ourselves of It o a reasonable degree. II l-i by inch nternatlonal nrrangcnunla that we aro hopeful of helping up after .tie..ressatlon 'of hostilities Ihe orclgn Iraue of Ihe Dominion. lossjblo' 'after., the' war, am putting hem" forward -ns'-an indication of v-hul when we urc apurred by greal events. The fln- inclal Ideal -for'us nl the momenl Is ib pay interest en our foreign in- lo provide our share of the co'sl Of andMo.lcml a? much as possible lo Great Britain to pay for munillons .made for her by Canada. are -apparcnlly acconv 'goods io thei Al- lied cbuntrics for cnsh or will lend but ivlll not credit In the ordinary, scns_c. 'Whal credit thoy Icar. Is' a sudden collapse of the trade'In war supplies, ,but'such a collapse Would he .tlift .natural remit ol the Kcdcral Hoard Agricultural Production. .The only direction In which Hio llilc of prospcMly 'lii the' United States Is not al Ihe full Is In agrl- cullural prortuctloii- In a year pllshlng this! 'but In the absence of lltrLires wc'cannol esllmato what njn- onnt .of profit from our home trade Is eventually.- Invested In war secur Itics. arc. however, being helped lo accomplish Ihla'result, in a man when tho world is C3l prices, of recent Uinea, the.great, decrease In wheat crop, the rnod- eraU. yields of .corn ,Bnd oab. tbo small yields' of minor producU, am! the adverse clfscl of high priced feed on Ihe live elosk; situation, arc matters ot deep concern. Tho In- The of Caiadbn bond Issue.' needs. funding al long dates their floating and snorl dated ilchis. Before .the for Iho Cloven months 2 >ar inonoy was increasing of .jtccullnF, ;