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Title: Modern banking methods and practical bank bookkeeping; illustrated with over two hundred forms of bank books, records and blanks
Year: 1903 (1900s)
Authors: Barrett, Albert R
Subjects: Banks and banking
Publisher: New York, Bankers Pub. Co.
Contributing Library: Robarts – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto
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rs cash is thetest of the correctness of most of the running work of the day. Whenthe various vouchers taken from the tellers desks have been enteredtwice and their totals prove by comparison at various periods duringthe day, there is generally very little trouble in balancing. Some-times even with care something will be overlooked; then comes thetrouble, and the checking back of the work. If after aU the entrieshave been proved to be correct, and correctly footed, the differencestiU remains, it is pretty conclusive that an error has been made atthe tellers desks either in counting the money on hand, or possiblyduring the day in paying or receiving. When the cash is short or over at the close of the day the tellershould enter the item on the proper side of his settlement book withthe proper notation; this item given to the general ledger bookkeepershould be entered in his journal and posted to the debit or credit ofan account styled overs and shorts account. 74 MODERN BANKING METHODS.
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tk/STs. on. o?AfrS*ut^Ctush Jtimt Fig. 19.—Tellers Settlement Book. In large banks there is a variety of systems, but I give heresome of the best. Those giving the regular transactions for the days business,where both paying and receiving tellers are employed, show theconnection between the two departments. One feature consid- BOOKS AND RECORDS OF TEE BANK. 75 ered important in the settlement books is the proper classificationof the money, and the nearer this conforms to the classificationrequired by the Government, either State or National, in the mak-ing of reports, the less trouble will be found. In Fig. 20 will be seen a book called first tellers cash details inwhich is placed at the close of the day, as the cash is counted, theamounts of each character of money, or vouchers representing thesame, under or opposite their proper classification. The item at thebottom of the right-hand page of this form called checks representsthe checks of all kinds paid by the paying teller during
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