Hancock, W. Neilson. 'What are the duties of the public with respect to charitable savings banks?'. - Dublin: Transactions of the Dublin Statistical Society, Vol III Session 5, 1851/1852, pp.1-15
Journal of The Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland Vol. III Session 5 1851/1852
Here are two kinds of savings' bank, a joint stock savings'
bank, and a government savings' bank. But the sort of institution
to which I am about to direct your attention, is quite distinct from
these in some essential characteristics. In the charitable savings'
banks which now exist in the United Kingdom, the responsibility
of management is divided between the department of government
which has charge of the reduction of the national debt, and the
charitable managers ; and neither the government nor the managers
are necessarily liable for the acts of their clerks. And the question
I propose to discuss is, what is the duty of the public with regard
to such institutions ?
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