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Notes

Of the accounts of the Bank of Japan from February 1906 to December 1938, data for Advances to Government, Art. 2, Bank Note Act/ Advances to Government, Art.2, Convertible Bank Note Regulations (monthly balance) and Other advances to Government (monthly balance) are provided.

Other advances to Government is posted under the names of Rinji Seifu Kashiagekin (extraordinary loans to the government) from February 1906 to March 1922, Seifu Ichiji Kashiagekin (temporary loans to the government) from April 1922 to December 1927 and Seifu Ichiji Kashikin (temporary lending to the government) from January 1928 to December 1938. In addition, from February 1906 to June 1906, Rinji Jikenhi (extraordinary event expenses) are also posted.

The data sources are Nihon Kinyu-shi Shiryo (Materials on Japanese Monetary History), Showa Era, Vol.5, page 19 and page 20 by the Research Department of the Bank of Japan for Advances to Government, Art. 2, Bank Note Act/ Advances to Government, Art.2, Convertible Bank Note Regulations and Kinyu Yoryaku (Financial Data Summary), from the Bank of Japan Archives, for other data.