W, A. CARNEY

PUBLISHER AND BOOKSELLER

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New Secretary's Manual, by W. A. Carney. This is the Vade Mecum for the secretary, attorney and stockholder in the realms of higher corporate business. Part first treats of Incorporation and shows exactly how to do it, including all necessary forms, and embracing the certificate of incorporation prepared by an eminent New York attorney for one of the biggest trust corporations ever incorporated under the laws of New Jersey - a form that in itself is worth fifty times the price of the book. Part second deals with Organization - the adoption of by-laws, the holding of the first meetings to elect officers, together with approved forms of minutes for first meetings, etc. Part third treats of The Going Concern - all that pertains to corporate life and activity after the corporation is fairly launched upon the sea of business - the duties, powers and liabilities of directors, officers and stockholders; the transfer of stock, the holding of meetings, the keeping of the books and records, with a great variety of forms of minutes, resolutions, promissory notes, certificates, releases, powers of attorney, bonds, notices, and approved forms for amending the articles of incorporation, diminishing the capital stock, creation of bonded indebtedness, etc., etc. Part fourth deals with Dissolution, giving all needful forms in proper sequences; 250 pp. Price, cloth...................$2.00

Corporate Organization, By Thomas Conyngton, of the New York Bar. A working manual treating practically of the problems of incorporation. Just out. Discusses name, capitalization, preparation of charter and by-laws, issuance of stock, protection of minority and other special interests, incorporation of partnerships, cumulative voting, etc., etc.

Buckram binding; 352 pp.........................$2.70

Sheep ..........................................$3.20

The Organization and Management of Business Corporations, by Walter C. Clephane, LL. M., professor of the law of the organization and management of corporations in the George Washington University of Washington, D. C. Just out. Cloth bound, 246 pp., price....................$2.00

Corporate Management, by Thomas Conyngton of the New York Bar. Contains full, clear and non-technical directions for the conduct of corporate meetings, the keeping of corporate records, and the proper management of the corporate affairs. Over 150 forms arranged according to subject, in complete precedent form, excellent as to matter fully explained and commented upon; 330 pp. Price buckram ....................................... $2.70

Sheep ......................................... $3.20

Thome's 20th Century Book-keeping and Business Practice.

Just out. This book gives you precisely what you need, no matter how big or how small your position or your business. Do you want to keep your own books? Thome's 20th Century Book-keeping and Business Practice will tell you how. How to change from a partnership to a corporation and how to change back again. Do you wish to study book-keeping? You will need no other teacher. Do you use vouchers instead of the old fashioned way? Why not? This book will tell you how. Do you know all about Bond Issues? You can learn here. Do Payroll Records bother you? New and improved methods - lots of 'em - are here. Do Corporation Affairs interest you? Forty sets of special forms are here. Free special advice by the best accountants in the country to every purchaser. Price ................................$3.00

Keister's Corporation Accounting and Auditing, by D. A.

Keister; 525 pages. The subjects treated in this new book are: Difficult Entries; Partnership Settlements; Formation of all kinds of Corporations under all Conditions and Circumstances; Consolidations; Formation of Trusts; Bonds Issued by Corporations; 1,001 Miscellaneous Points and Short Methods, Railway, Building Association, Estate, Electric Light, Street Railway and General Corporation Accounting; The Voucher System. Price.......$4.00

Senile's New Science and Practice of Accounts, by George Soule - 716 pp. No similar work ever published contains such a revelation of Stock Company and Expert Accounting. Complex Partnership Adjustments. Short Methods, Classifying Accounts, Locating Errors, Daily Proof of Ledgers, Higher Work of Closing Books, Changing Commercial Firms to Stock Companies, Liquidating Estates, Duties of Auditors, Receivers, Commissioners, etc. Price .......................................... $4.00

Goodwin's Improved Book-keeping and Business Manual.

This book is not a luxury but a necessity - particularly to the progressive. It leads directly to money-making and money-saving. You can learn from it within six weeks' home study how to open, keep, and close any set of double entry books, in the most modern, "up-to-date" manner; change from single entry to double entry; locate errors in trial balances; prove postings; improve systems; audit accounts; average accounts; compute interest; teach bookkeeping; earn money as an expert; save one-third labor; make "balance sheets;" render comparative statements; keep books for or manage a stock company or manufacturing concern, and more - much more ! Price.........$3.00

Comjplete Practical Book-keeping. Contains extensive sets illustrating special ruled books and time-saving methods as applied to Wholesale Drugs, Wholesale and Retail Lumber, and Retail Dry Goods, Methods and Forms for Department Stores, Clearing Houses, Savings Banks, 39 pages devoted to Banking, and an Appendix of 65 pages, giving the fullest and most valuable collection of forms and useful information ever published for book-keepers and business men. Cloth; three colors; 308 pp., 8x11; price ........................................... $2.50

Modern Banking Methods and Practical Bank Book-keeping, by Albert R. Barrett, C. P. A., formerly bank expert for United States Treasury Department, and Bank Examiner. Contains 325 octavo pages. Over 200 Improved Forms of Bank Books, Records and Blanks. Substantially bound in cloth with leather back. Price.................$4.00

The Credit Man and His Work. Edited by E. St. Elmo Lewis. Devoted to Credit Information and Collection Systems; a total of twenty-five chapters. Apart from the principles and conclusions, it is an extremely interesting book, most suggestive in its treatment, and showing a wide experience and sympathy. 320 pp. fully illustrated; printed from new type on fine paper; handsomely bound in cloth, gold top, marble edges, gold stamp.........................$2.00

Half Morocco ...................................$2.50

Credits and Collections. A condensed synopsis of what a few of the chapters tell: How to organize and conduct a credit department; how to manage a modern commercial agency; how to conduct a successful credit correspondence; how to maintain a credit department in the manufacturing business; how to insure a simple but effective credit system for a retail house; how to manage credit and collections for an installment house; and specific credit systems for retail, wholesale, manufacturing and installment businesses. 200 pp.; solid value; absorbing interest. Red vellum...............................$2.00

Principles of the Mail-Order Business, by Arthur E. Swett. The most complete, comprehensive and practical volume on the mail order business ever published. Contains over 100 pages of solid matter, illustrated with many cuts. Third edition, revised and enlarged. Price..........$1.00

Theory of Business Enterprise, by Thorstein Veblein, assistant professor of Political Economy in the University of Chicago. 400 pp., bound in cloth. Price............$2.od

Modern Advertising, by Ernest Elmo Calkins and Ralph Hol-den, Illustrated. This volume aims to cover the field of general advertising - that which is done in newspapers and periodicals, as well as the more modern forms' shown in railway cars and stations, on tall buildings, and on the landscape. The authors write out of large experience and close contact with the business as it exists today. Cloth. Price ........................................... $1.75

Successful Advertising, How to Accomplish It, by J. Angus MacDonald. Every business man, advertiser, manager, buyer, ad-writer, floor-walker, clerk and student of advertising should have this book. The unusual experience, keen insight, and clever style possessed by this author help to make the work valuable and ever readable. 400 pp Cloth .......................................... $2.00

Modern Carpentry and Joinery. Fifth edition. 50,000 sold in 90 days. Half leather. Price .....................$1.50

The Builders' and Architects' Modern Estimator. This volume gives easy rules for estimating by cubing, by the square, and by itemizing. Price...................$1.50

Both are Practical Manuals by Fred T. Hodgson, M. O., A. A. These like all of Mr. Hodgson's works, are written in simple, every-day style, and are the most complete and very latest works published, being thorough, practical and reliable.

Business Law For Business Men. A reference book, showing the laws of California for daily use in business affairs. By A. J. Bledsoe. Third edition. 574 pp. Sheep. Price, $3.75

American Notary and Commissioner of Deeds Manual, by

Edw. M. John, of Chicago Bar. Second edition, 1904, enlarged. Should be in every office. Every one interested in Conveyancing, Transferring Negotiable Papers, having to do with Notaries or Public Officers; Forms of Acknowledgments, Affidavits, Deeds', Leases, Mortgages, Wills, Examining Titles, etc., should have a copy.

Price............................

$2.50

American Settler's Guide......................

.25c.

American Mining Code..............................

. 25c.

Pitfalls of Mining Finance...........................

..50c.