(a) A bank which is not a member of the Federal Reserve System shall maintain at all times a reserve fund in an amount fixed by resolution of the Banking Board. The amount of the required reserve for each day shall be computed on the basis of average daily deposits covering such biweekly or shorter periods as shall be fixed by resolution of the Banking Board. This reserve shall consist of cash on hand and demand deposits due from other banks.
(b) A bank shall give written notice to the superintendent, in the manner prescribed by the superintendent for such notice, of any deficiency in the amount or form of the reserve fund required by this section within three business days after the close of any scheduled averaging period during which deficiency occurs. Such bank shall pay to the superintendent a fee because of this deficiency which shall be fixed by the Banking Board. All such fees shall be paid into the special fund set up by the State Treasurer pursuant to Section 5-2A-20.
(c) A bank which is a member of the Federal Reserve System shall maintain at all times a reserve fund in accordance with the requirements applicable to a member bank under the laws of the United States.