A national bank may, with the consent of the Comptroller of the Currency and by vote of shareholders owning two-thirds of the shares, change its name or its location to any other locality in the same state not more than thirty miles distant. This vote requires a special meeting of the stockholders. A certified copy of the vote is sent to the Comptroller, and the Treasurer is authorized to transfer to the bank under its new title the bonds held by him as security for bank notes. New plates are also prepared for the notes. Removal of a bank to a different street location but within the city limits does not require any action by the shareholders or the Comptroller.