(A) Each stock state bank shall keep correct and complete books and records of account,
together with records of the proceedings, including minutes of any meetings, of its
incorporators, shareholders, directors, and committees of the directors, and records
of its shareholders showing their names and addresses and the number and class of
shares issued or transferred of record to or by them from time to time.
(B) Upon request of any shareholder eligible to attend and vote at any meeting of
the bank's shareholders, the board of directors shall produce at the meeting an alphabetically
arranged list, or classified lists, of the shareholders of record as of the applicable
record date, showing their respective addresses and the number and class of shares
held by each, and certified by the officer or agent responsible for registering issues
and transfers of shares. The list or lists, certified by the officer or agent, shall be prima facie evidence
of the facts shown in the list or lists.
(C) Any shareholder of the bank, upon written demand stating the specific purpose
of the demand, has the right to examine in person or by agent or attorney at any reasonable
time and for any reasonable and proper purpose, the books and records of the bank,
except books and records of deposit, agency or fiduciary accounts, loan records, and
other records relating to customer services or transactions.
(D) The authority granted under Title XI of the Revised Code to inspect the books
and records of a stock state bank shall apply solely to the superintendent of financial
institutions and to the shareholders of record of the bank.
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