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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1899-1900-107

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faculty of arts 103 COMMERCE AND COMMERCIAL LAW φ James Gault Barrister-at-Law Professor free Introductory Lecture will be given by the Professor on Monday October 10th at Commerce Mon 7-8 Commerce -Territorial Division of Labour-The Three Kingdoms of Nature the Bases of all Commercial Transac tions-Development of Commerce by Land and Water- Exports and Imports Machinery of Exchange Negotiable Instruments-Bills of Exchange-Cheques and Promissory Notes-Inland and Foreign Bills-Acceptance for Honour-Negotiation- Maturity-Protest-Re-exchange-Stamps Repuired-Inland and Foreign Exchange-Arbitration of Exchange-Rates of Exchange Insurance and Machinery of Lloyds Affreightment-The Charter Party-Demurage-Bills of Lading-Average- Adjustment for General Average-Particular Average- Salvage-Bottomry and Respondentia Stock Exchange Its Constitution and Rules-Brokers and Jobbers-Omnium-The Contract-Contango and Back- wardation-Settling-Option Bonus-Coupons-Dividends -Scrip-Bull and Bear-The Public Funds Money and its Functions Legal Tender-The Monetary Standard-Relation between Metallic Money Credit and Prices-History of English Currency-Adoption of English Gold Standard 1816-The Gold Discoveries 1848-50- Their Effect-The Modern Monetary Question and the Double Standard Banking Nature and History of-Different Kinds of Banks-The Clearing House-Note Issue-Reserve and Dis- count Rate-Bank Acts-The Restriction of Cash Payments and Resumption Fees -£1 Is per term or £1 lis Qd for Winter Session
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