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Commerical Credit or Discount Companies

H. G. Moulton
1920 Journal of Political Economy  
In fact there are several different methods by which the automobile bankers secure the funds which they lend.  ...  The capital and surplus of these concerns serve largely as a basis for credit with the banks from which they borrow heavily, usually on their promissory notes secured by collateral.  ... 
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Commerical Credit or Discount Companies

H. G. Moulton
1920 Journal of Political Economy  
In fact there are several different methods by which the automobile bankers secure the funds which they lend.  ...  one whose function is to furnish funds, not to concerns that are financially involved, but to well-rated enterprises, which are in a position to make an effective use of more money than they can secure  ... 

Page 508 of Forum and Century Vol. 56, Issue [page]

1916 Forum and Century  
Bankers concerned in the selling of automobile securities declare that they are constantly requested to help their clients in securing a-portion of automobile stock flotations.  ...  He proposed to merge the Willys-Overland, Chalmers, Hudson, Auto Light and Fisk Rubber Companies into one concern having a capitalization of $200,000,000.  ... 

Page 464 of Metal Finishing Vol. 7, Issue 12 [page]

1909 Metal Finishing  
It is th main plant of the General Motor Company, that is buying up all the automobile factories it can secure.  ...  It was found impossible, how ever, to secure sufficient men to meet the demand and now these plants with scores of others, are forced to secure a large per centage of their brass and aluminum from concerns  ... 

Page 428 of The American Economic Review Vol. 13, Issue 3 [page]

1923 The American Economic Review  
These activities have, however, been acquired largely as incidental to the securing of other activities which pertain directly to the pro- duction of automobiles.  ...  While it is expected that the various automobile divi- sions will give preference to a corporation parts-maker, still they retain the right to buy from outside sources if better prices can be secured.  ... 

Page 493 of Journal of Applied Psychology Vol. 20, Issue 4 [page]

1936 Journal of Applied Psychology  
A NOTE CONCERNING THE EXAMINATION OF TRAFFIC OFFENDERS’ ALAN CANTY Psychopathic Clinic, Detroit, Michigan HE increasing number of automobile accidents has been an increasing source of concern to the citizenry  ...  The automobile, however, is primarily an instrument for good.  ... 

Page 573 of The Banking Law Journal Vol. 38, Issue 8 [page]

1921 The Banking Law Journal  
automobile as would support a pledge as security for the indebtedness owing by Ross & Skinner to appellant, and resulting in leaving to the jury only the question of the value of the automobile as respondent  ...  as security, did have the effect of creating such an inchoate equitable lien upon the automobile in favor of appellant. as could in equity be perfected and enforced as between them.  ... 

Employment of Fingerprint Recognition System for Automobile (FPRS)

Dinesh K. R, Manish R, Divya. S, Ambeth Kumar V. D
2018 International Journal of Engineering Research and  
Its foremost application is at the automobile industry in the under developed and third world nations where the best facilities are not available.  ...  In this section, we propose this system to be adopted in the automobile industry for the security of automobiles (vehicles).  ...  This causes security breach and inconveniences at places where the concern members will have to wait in large Queues to follow a certain procedure for the biometrics to validate.  ... 
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Page 675 of Automobile Magazine Vol. 3, Issue 8 [page]

1901 Automobile Magazine  
SINCLAIR NO far as automobiles are concerned the exhibition is what is some- Ss times described as a ‘‘frost,’’ in polite language a decided fail- ure.  ...  THE AUTOMOBILE MAGAZINE AUGUST, 1go1 Automobiles in the Glasgow International Exhibition By A. F.  ... 

Automobile accidents and seat belts

1960 Canadian Medical Association Journal  
We of the medical profession are concerned with this cost. We are concerned also about the continued development and research in this field.  ...  We are all concerned with the future of our profession and the health of our Canadlian citizens.  ... 
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Page 200 of Metal Finishing Vol. 8, Issue 5 [page]

1910 Metal Finishing  
Asa result of this level condition the brass manufacturers and concerns engaged in other lines have no difficulty in securing factory sites.  ...  It was comparatively easy for them to secure the best copper from the mines of northern Michigan.  ... 

Page 61 of Land Economics Vol. 27, Issue 1 [page]

1951 Land Economics  
Accompanying landlord determination to obtain references, security, etc., is a refusal to make any expenditures that can be avoided.  ...  By 1947, advertisements offering apartments for automobiles had disappeared, re- flecting the greater ease of obtaining automobiles.  ... 

A Financial History of the American Automobile Industry

Willard L. Thorp, Lawrence H. Seltzer, Ralph C. Epstein
1929 Journal of the American Statistical Association  
But the section of most significance to statisticians is that concerning the records of the various individual concerns which go to make up the total automobile pro- duction—one of the steepest mountain  ...  Nothing more clearly indicates the artificiality of the academic boundary lines among the social sciences than an attempt to classify these two books concerning the history of the automobile industry.  ... 
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Page 639 of Leslie's Weekly Vol. 122, Issue 3167 [page]

1916 Leslie's Weekly  
, from responsibl and from banks who desire further inf Guaranty Securities Corporation Equitable Building, New York A National System /or Automobile Credits  ...  The Guaranty Plan is applicable only in the purchase of cars of recognized reliability which are produced by permanently established re sponsible concerns, with wide and adequate service facilities to  ... 

Page 128 of Automobile Magazine Vol. 5, Issue 1 [page]

1903 Automobile Magazine  
THE AUTOMOBILE MAGAZINE Two New Electric Vehicles and OR PHYSICIANS and others requiring a securely closed-in automobile adapted ' to comfortable use in all j weathers.  ...  Complete detailed information concerning these vehicles will be sent on request ; also catalogue of our full line of }.  ... 
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