All movable property; horses, tools, furniture, " chattels " of all kinds (crops of annual planting, such as potatoes, are usually treated as " personal property," but would pass with the sale of the land if growing thereon), securities, etc., as distinguished from " real property," to which refer.
(or Pfd.). Preferred.
The bond issues of the Philippine Islands have been by authority of Congress. The United States, however, is not legally responsible for their payment, they being obligations of the Philippine Islands only. By an Act of Congress these bonds are exempt from taxation throughout the United States.
Phoenix Consolidated Copper Co.
The unit of the Turkish monetary system, and equivalent to $.044 United States money. The Egyptian "piaster" is one-hundredth part of their pound, and is equal to $.04943 United States money.
See India Money Table under " Rupee."
This is the iron as it is extracted from the ore. As it comes from the blast-furnaces it is run into moulds in sand, which produces small masses of convenient size for commercial use.
One who trades in very small lots of securities.
1 These last four countries are on a silver basis. Therefore, the value as given here, which is taken from the Circular issued by the Director of the Mint, April 1, 1906, is subject to fluctuation with the market price of silver.
A vein of gold, for illustration, is " pinched out" when it narrows up to a non-paying degree or disappears entirely.