The Secretary of the Treasury shall appoint no more than four Deputy Comptrollers of the Currency, one of whom shall be designated First Deputy Comptroller of the Currency, and shall fix their salaries. Each Deputy Comptroller shall take the oath of office and shall perform such duties as the Comptroller shall direct. During a vacancy in the office or during the absence or disability of the Comptroller, each Deputy Comptroller shall possess the power and perform the duties attached by law to the office of the Comptroller under such order of succession following the First Deputy Comptroller as the Comptroller shall direct.
R.S. § 327 derived from act June 3, 1864, ch. 106, § 1,13 Stat. 99, which was the National Bank Act. See section
38 of this title.
R.S. § 327, contained after the word “Secretary” the following “who shall be entitled to a salary of two thousand five hundred dollars a year, and” which was omitted from this section on authority of act Mar. 4, 1923, § 209(b), fourth sentence, which was classified to section
9a of this title and regulated the salaries of deputy comptrollers.
1972—Pub. L. 92–310struck out provisions which required each Deputy Comptroller to give a bond in the sum of $100,000.
1959—Pub. L. 86–251provided for the appointment of four Deputy Comptrollers instead of one, the designation of one as the First Deputy, the fixing of salaries, increase in surety bond requirement from $50,000 to $100,000 and order of succession.
Exception as to Transfer of Functions
Functions vested by any provision of law in Comptroller of the Currency, referred to in this section, not included in transfer of functions to Secretary of the Treasury, see note set out under section
1 of this title.
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