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F ederal

reserve

Ba n k

DALLAS. TEXAS

of

Dallas

75222
Circular No. 81-223
November 24, 1981

PRICING SCHEDULE FOR CASH TRANSPORTATION

TO ALL FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE
ELEVENTH FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICT:
The Board o f Governors o f
the Federal Reserve System has
approved the proposed 1982 fe e schedule for Federal Reserve cash trans­
portation services and proposed a ccess policy to nonpriced Federal Reserve
cash processing services. The im plem entation date will be January 28, 1982.
Printed on the following pages is a summary of the adopted cash
transportation prices for the Eleventh D istrict and a listing o f cities, classified
by type of endpoint, for determining currency and
coin shipping costs.
Enclosed are copies o f the tex t of the press release and Federal R egister
document regarding the cash transportation f e e schedules and policy for
access to cash processing services.
Questions regarding these m atters may be directed to Donald L.
Jackson, Head O ffice, (214) 651-6445; William L. Wilson, El Paso Branch, (915)
544-4730, Ext. 202; C.O. Holt, Houston Branch, (713) 659-4433, Ext. 44; or
Thomas C. Cole, San Antonio Branch, (512) 224-2141, Ext. 401.
Additional copies o f this circular and enclosure will be furnished
upon request to the Department o f Communications, Financial and Community
Affairs of this Bank, Ext. 6289.
Sincerely yours,

William H. Wallace
First Vice President
Enclosure

Banks and others are encouraged to use the following incoming W A T S numbers in contacting this Bank:
1-800-442-7140 (intrastate) and 1-800-527-9200 (interstate). For calls placed locally, please use 651 plus the
extension referred to above.

This publication was digitized and made available by the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas' Historical Library (FedHistory@dal.frb.org)

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ELEVENTH DISTRICT
1982 PRICE SCHEDULE
CURRENCY AND COIN TRANSPORTATION SERVICE

VIA A R M O R E D CARRIER
City, Suburban and New Mexico

Over-The-Road

Per Stop Charge: ^/

Per Stop Charge:

Federal Reserve
Office

1

Dallas

$ 8

Houston

$ 6

San Antonio

4

5

$16

El Paso

Zone
3

2

$36.39

$ 6

26

37.26
69

72

73

63

36.10
36.18

L i a b ility Charge:
None

Liability C h a n
$0.24 per $1001
each way

Bag Charge:
$0.50 per bag of coin and c urrency^/

Bag Charge:
$0.28 per bag of coin

VIA

REGIST E R E D M A I L 4/

Actual cost of postage and insurance, up to a m a x i m u m charge of $37.50 per shipment,
one w a y either to or f r o m a Federal Reserve Office.

1/For a single incidence of ci t y and suburban armored carrier service, the total
charge will be the s um of the per stop charge and bag charge.
The m i n i m u m total
charge will be $10 per incidence.
2 /The proposed m a x i m u m 1982 per stop charge is $75, nationwide.
For over-the-road
(tariff) armored carrier service, this $75 ceiling applies to the per stop charge
plus the l i a bility charge.
The bag charge is a separate charge, exclusive of the
$75 maximum.
The $75 ceiling will not apply to City, Suburban and New Mexico service.
The $75 ceiling will be in effect for no longer than two years (1982 and 1983).
3/The bag charge for c u r r e n c y will be assessed on the actual number of bags shipped,
with no bag to contain more than 20,000 notes.
4 /Due to postal limitations a m a x i m u m of $ 1 00,000 is all that can be delivered on
a single postal route regardless of the number of financial institutions receiving
c u r r e n c y on that route.
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CITIES WITHIN THE ELEVENTH FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICT
SEPARATED BY ZONE FOR CURRENCY AND COIN SHIPPING SERVICE

DALLAS - ZONE 1
Financial institutions within the c i t y of Dallas.
DALLAS - ZONE 2
Financial institutions located in the f o l l owing Texas cities:
Addison
Aledo
A rlington
Azle
Balch Springs
Bedford
Benbrook
Burleson
Carrollton

Cedar Hill
Colleyville
Coppell
Crowley
D/FW Airport
De Soto
Duncanville
Euless
Everman
Farmers Branch

Fort Worth
Garland
Grand Prairie
Grapevine
Hal t o m City
Highland Park
Hurst
Hutchins
Irving
Lancaster

Lewisville
Mansfield
Mesquite
North Richland Hills
Plano
Richardson
Rowlett
Saginaw
Seagoville
U n i v e r s i t y Park

DALLAS - OV E R - T H E - R O A D
All financial institutions within the Dallas Office te r r i t o r y and not
included in the above zones.
HOUSTON - ZONE 1
Financial institutions located in the following Texas cities:
Aldine
A1 ief
Bayport
Baytown
Bellaire
Deer Park

Friendswood
Gale n a Park
Highlands
Houston
Humble
Jacinto City

La Porte
League City
Missouri City
NASA
Pasadena
Pearland

Seabrook
South Houston
Sugar Land
Webster
West U n i v e r s i t y Place

HOUSTON - O V E R - T H E - R O A D
All financial institutions within the Houston Office t e r r i t o r y and not
included in the above zone.

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CITIES WITHIN THE ELEVENTH FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICT
SEPARATED BY ZONE FOR CURRENCY AND COIN SHIPPING SERVICE

EL PASO - ZONE 1
Financial institutions located w i thin the c i t y of El Paso.
EL PASO - ZONE 2
Financial institutions located in the f o l l owing New Mexico cities:
Arte s i a
Carlsbad

Hobbs
L ovington

Roswell

Ruidoso

EL PASO - ZONE 3
Financial institutions located in the f o l l owing New Mexico cities:
A1amo g o r d o
Cannon A.F.B.

Clovis
Mel r o s e

Portales
S anta Rosa

Tucumcari

EL PASO - ZONE 4
Financial institutions located in the f o l lowing New M e xico cities:
Anthony
Bayard
Deming

Hatch
Las Cruces

Lordsburg
PI ayas

Silver City
T r u t h or Consequences

EL PASO - ZONE 5
Financial institutions located at the White Sands Missle Range, New Mexico.
EL PASO - O V E R - T H E - R O A D
All financial institutions w i thin the El Paso Office t e r r i t o r y and not
included in the above zones or in New Mexico.
SAN ANTO N I O - ZONE 1
Financial institutions located in the following cities, towns, and
m i l i t a r y establishments:
A lamo Heights
East K e l l y A.F.B.
Balcones Heights Ft. S a m Houston
Brooks A.F.B.
Hill Co. Estates
Castle Hills
Hollywood Park
C hina Grove
K e l l y A.F.B.

Kirby
Lackland A.F.B.
Leon Vall e y
Live Oak
O lmos Park

San Antonio
S havano Park
Terrell Hills
Windcrest

SAN A N T O N I O - OVER-TH E - R O A D
All financial institutions within the San Ant o n i o Office te r r i t o r y and
not included in the above zone.
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For immediate release

November 2, 1981

The Federal Reserve Board today adopted fee schedules for its
transportation services in supplying currency and coin to the nation's banks and
thrift institutions.

The Board also adopted a policy for access to cash processing

services.
The Board acted under the Monetary Control Act of 1980, which requires
pricing of Federal Reserve services, and after consideration of comment received
on a proposal published in August 1980.
The schedules of fees for specific services are set forth in the attached
tables.

The fees become effective January 28, 1982.
The fee schedules apply a mark-up of 16 percent, as a Private Sector

Adjustment Factor (PSAF), to the System's administrative costs in providing coin
and currency transportation services.
Transportation services
The revised fee schedule for armored car carrier service consists of a
volume charge (a fee per delivery or deposit of a bag of
charge per stop.

The per stop charges appear in

The Board established a $75 ceiling on
plans to review the need to continue the ceiling
1982.

currency or

the fee schedule by

coin) and a
zone.

the per stop charge for 1982, and
in 1983 during the latter

part of

It is intended that Reserve Banks together with depository institutions they

serve strive to reduce costs of services to remote points.

Federal Reserve Banks

will supply information on what delivery points are included in a zone.
Registered mail service
Fees for shipment of currency and coin by mail include the cost of
postage, registered mail fees and full insurance.

There is no volume charge since

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fees reflect actual mail service.
one-way mail service for 1982.

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The Board adopted a ceiling of $37.50 for

The use of registered mail is intended to be

limited to those endpoints where armored carrier service is unavailable.

Reserve

Banks will make determinations whether to use registered mail on a case-by-case
basis.
Access policy
The Board regards currency and coin processing (paying, receiving, and
verifying coin and currency, and issuing, sorting, cancelling, and destroying
currency) as governmental activities, and processing is, therefore, not priced. As
for access to these processing services, the Board adopted an access policy
providing

that by the end of 1983 all Federal Reserve offices will offer access,

at a minimum, to all depository institutions seeking direct processing services on
the following basis:
— One office per institution, or
— One office of a depository institution per municipality (subject to
adjustment for special circumstances).
The Board's notice in this matter is attached.

Attachment

FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
(DOCKET NO. R-0324)
TOE SCHEDULES FOR FEDERAL RESERVE BANK SERVICES

AGENCY:

Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System.

ACTION: Fee Schedules for Coin and Currency Transportation and policy
for access to Federal Reserve cash processing services.
SUMMARY: The Monetary Control Act of 1980 (Title I of Public Law 96­
221) requires that a schedule of fees be established for Federal Reserve
Bank services. The Board has previously adopted a set of pricing prin­
ciples for Federal Reserve Bank services and has established implement­
ation dates on which fee schedules for each of the services will become
effective.
The Board has now adopted coin and currency transportation
fee schedules and a policy for access to cash processing services.
EFFECTIVE DATE:

January 28, 1982.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Lor in S. Meeder, Associate Director
for Federal Reserve Bank Operations (202/452-2738); Merphil S. Kondo,
Senior Economist (202/452-3875)? Earl G. Hamilton, Manager, Service
Pricing (202/452-3879); Steven O. App, Manager, Cash Services, (202/452­
2705), Gilbert T. Schwartz, Associate General Counsel (202/452-3625);
Daniel L. Rhoads, Attorney (202/452-3711).
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The Monetary Control Act of 1980 requires
that fee schedules be developed for Federal Reserve Bank services based
on pricing principles established by the Board. The Act provides that
the Board shall begin putting into effect a schedule of fees not later
than September 1, 1981, and that services covered by the fee schedule
are to be made available to all depository institutions. The Board,
in accordance with the requirements of the Act, published for comment
proposed pricing principles and fee schedules for services on August 28,
1980 (45 FR 58689). On December 30, 1980, after considering the comments
received from the public, the Board took the following actions: adopted
revised pricing principles; approved the fee schedules for several
services, and established implementation dates on which fee schedules
for each service will become effective. The Board has now adopted a
policy for access to cash processing services and fee schedules for
coin and currency transportation.
1982 Fee Schedule
The Monetary Control Act of 1980 requires that " [o]ver the
long run fees shall be established on the basis of all direct and indirect
costs actually incurred in providing the Federal Reserve services priced. .

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except that the pricing principles shall give due regard to competitive
factors and the provision of an adequate level of such services nation­
wide." The Act also requires that fees for Federal Reserve services
take into account "the taxes that would have been paid and the return
on capital that would have been provided had the services been furnished
by a private business firm." This markup is referred to as the private
sector adjustment factor (PSAF).
The fees for armored carrier service are based on the estimated
full 1982 costs of providing the service and existing usage patterns.
A private sector adjustment factor of 16 percent has been applied to
the administrative costs of cash transportation incurred by the Reserve
Banks but not to payments to armored carriers, since the cost of capital
and taxes is already included in the System's payments to private carriers.
As in the July 1981 proposal, the revised fee schedule for
armored carrier service .has two elements: a volume (per bag) charge
and a per stop charge.— ' In the adopted fee schedule, the volume charge
is $0.50 nationwide per bag of currency or coin for both deliveries
and deposits. The uniform bag charge simplifies the fee schedule and
provides for more appropriate allocation of costs between high volume
and low volume endpoints.
The schedule of stop charges shows fees by zones serviced
by each Federal Reserve office. These zones include city and suburban
endpoints, and are similar to the numbered zones published in July 1981.
The zone identifications reflect Reserve Bank groupings of endpoints
that have a common per stop charge, and are intended to improve the
allocation of costs among endpoints. Disparities among fees for end­
points located equidistant from a Federal Reserve office have not been
eliminated completely.
Since armored carrier service costs are not
simply a function of distance, but also reflect the frequency of stops
along a route and the extent of competition in the areas serviced, such
disparities may be expected to continue.
A temporary fee ceiling of $75 is adopted on the per-stop
portion of the charge for 1982. The Board has determined that this
ceiling is necessary in order to assure the provision of an adequate
level of cash transportation nationwide. The ceiling is projected to
result in costs exceeding revenues by approximately $2.8 million (about
7.3 percent of 1982 armored carrier service costs), will remain for
a period no longer than two years (1982 and 1983), and will be reviewed
by the Board after one year and may be adjusted. By the end of the

1/ The fee structures for some routes in the Cleveland, St. Louis,
and Dallas Districts include charges based on mileage or value. The
fee structures reflect tariff rates in those areas.

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two-year period, the System intends to recover all costs of armored
carrier service within the 48 contiguous States. During the two-year
interim, a variety of methods of reducing transportation costs to highcost locations will be explored by the Reserve Banks.
The Federal Reserve Banks also accept and deliver coin and
currency shipped by registered mail. This service is provided generally
to depository institutions at remote locations without armored carrier
service available.
Because of operational considerations involved in
transporting coin and currency by registered mail, the use of registered
mail shipments will be limited to those endpoints where armored carrier
service is unavailable or other special circumstances prevail. Reserve
Banks will make determinations on the use of registered mail on a case
by case basis. For endpoints served by registered mail, charges will
be based on actual Reserve Bank expenses insured for postage and full
insurance. Consistent with the 1982 ceiling on per stop charges for
currency and coin transportation service by means of armored carrier,
a ceiling
of
$37.50 per shipment has been established on the 1982 charge
for one-way delivery either to or from a Reserve Bank. The need and
appropriateness of continuing the ceiling on registered mail charges
in 1983 will be evaluated at the end of 1982.
The Board has also established separate fees for certain
unique situations that arise in the cash transportation service. These
specialized services and the corresponding fee structure are as follows:
-

no fees will be imposed for cost-justified direct shipments
to depository institutions from the United States Mint
or from the Bureau of Engraving and Printing.

-

separate fees not subject to the temporary $75 per stop
charge ceiling may be established by Reserve Banks for
special situations arising with service to large volume
endpoints, so long as the fees cover costs of such service.

-

a $75 ceiling for cash transportation service to insti­
tutions in the noncontiguous United States (Alaska, Hawaii)
or its territories (Guam and Puerto Rico), consistent with
the $75 per stop charge ceiling for armored carrier service
in the continental United States, and

- negotiated fees for high volume customers for delivery
of trunks or boxes of currency and palletized coin and
for special packaging of currency for high speed processing
and, where cost justified, encouragement of currency and
coin exchanges among depository institutions by absorbing
transportation costs.
Two Reserve Banks will offer a coin wrapping service and are
developing schedules for the services effective January 28, 1982. The
fees for this service will be based on the 1982 costs of Reserve Banks

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in providing the services. Not all Reserve Banks will be offering a
coin wrapping service; those Banks offering the service will announce
the fee schedule to institutions in their districts when fee schedules
have been adopted.
Access Policy
In connection with the fee schedule for cash transportation
services, the Board has adopted a policy regarding access to the Federal
Reserve's coin and currency processing services. Under the policy,
by the end of 1983, all Federal Reserve offices will offer access to,
at minimum,
-

one office per depository institution if that suits the
structure in the territory served; or

-

one office of a depository institution per municipality,
subject to adjustment where special circumstances (such
as the size of the municipality) require a modified policy.

The policy provides, after a transition period, for uniform,
access nationwide to every depository institution that seeks coin and
currency directly from the Federal Reserve. This standard for access
to Federal Reserve cash processing service applies to all depository
institutions independent of the method of delivery— via Federal Reserve
armored carrier, via registered mail or at the Federal Reserve dock.
The Federal Reserve intends to offer access to cash services
on the same terms (such as frequency, quality and operating require­
ments) to both existing and prospective customers. The System does
not anticipate any difficulties in providing uniform access to registered
mail service and to Federal Reserve docks for pickups and deliveries
of cash by depository institutions that arrange their own transportation.
Depository institutions may pick up and deliver currency and coin with­
out charge at Federal Reserve docks, since the provision of coin and
currency itself is regarded as a governmental function. However, Reserve
Banks may impose reasonable restrictions on scheduling of pickups and
deliveries at the docks to facilitate nondiscriminatory access to Federal
Reserve cash processing services.
Because the contractual arrangements between the Federal
Reserve and armored carrier firms restrict the latitude for immediate
accommodation by the System to changes in requests for armored carrier
service, and in view of the short-term constraints of dock capacity
and processing equipment, the access policy provides for an interim
adjustment period. On the effective date of cash transportation pricing,
January 28, 1982, Reserve Banks will extend access to existing levels
of cash service to new customers to the extent feasible. Due to the
uncertainties surrounding the response of armored carrier firms and
depository institutions to cash transportation pricing, Reserve Banks

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will continue to impose reasonable limitations on all users regarding
the frequency of service,-' the number of offices served and the size
of orders/deposits. The purpose of such limitations is to achieve an
orderly transition to uniform direct access to coin and currency for
both the private sector and the Reserve Banks. During the transition
period, Federal Reserve offices may reduce access to service to existing
customers as service to new customers is accommodated. Reserve Banks
may also ask depository institutions to enter into agreements for regularly
scheduled armored carrier service over a period of time, with advance
notice for termination of the agreement.
Hie access policy permits a Federal Reserve office to serve
additional offices of depository institutions where feasible, but only
if greater access to cash processing service is offered on a nondiscriminatory basis to all depository institutions via all delivery methods.
At the same time, the access policy recognizes the geographic and structural
differences among territories served such as terrain, size of political
jurisdictions and extent of branching.
The 1982 fee schedules for cash transportation are shown in
the Appendix. Detailed information on the endpoints contained within
each zone will be made available by the Federal Reserve Banks.
By order of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve
System, October 30 , 1981.

(signed) William W. Wiles
William W. wiles
Secretary of the Board

[SEAL]

2/ Generally, armored carrier service can be arranged on a weekly or
alternate week basis.

APPENDIX I
FEE SCHEDULE
ARMORED CARRIER CASH TRANSPORTATION SERVICE
E f f e c t i v e J a n u a r y , 1982

VOLUM CHARGE:
E

$ 0 . 5 0 p e r bag f o r e ach bag o f c o i n and c u r r e n c y .
v e r i e s and d e p o s i t s o f c a s h .

PER STOP CHARGE:
TOTAL CHARGE:

NOTE:

The f e e w i l l be a s s e s s e d f o r b ot h d e l i ­

Shown be low .

For a s i n g l e i n c i d e n c e o f armored c a r r i e r s e r v i c e , t h e t o t a l c h a r g e w i l l be t h e sum o f t h e
volume c h a r g e and p e r s t o p c h a r g e .
The minimum t o t a l c h a r g e w i l l be $10 p e r i n c i d e n c e f o r
e n d p o i n t s c o v e r e d by t h e s t o p / v o l u m e c h a r g e s t r u c t u r e .

T her e a r e e x c e p t i o n s t o t h e $ 0 . 5 0 p e r bag c h a r g e i n t h e D a l l a s D i s t r i c t , and a t t h e P i t t s b u r g h
and N a s h v i l l e o f f i c e s , where t a r i f f r a t e s a p p l y .

CONTACT YOUR FEDERAL RESERVE OFFICE FOR INFORMATION ABOUT THE INSTITUTIONS SERVED WITHIN EACH ZONE.

ARMORED CARRIER
PER STOP CHARGE
in d o l l a r s

FEDERAL RESERVE
OFFICE

CHARLOTTE

BOSTON
ZONES 1-5
ZONE 6

29
107*

40

62

90*

53

35
17
35

34
30
43

33
53
28

42
37
32

42
30

33
30

35

36

38

22
30
136*

**
44

40

ZONES 1-5
ZONES 6-7

ZONES 1-4

**
29
51

18
33
69

25
43

ZONES 1-5

29
46

15
41

40

40

37

1
80*

27
118*

47

25

**

34

41

47

19

49

56

63

**

25

30

12

30

24

34

53

16

30

40

50

* *

**
165*

29
201*

56
238*

93*

23
161*

45

74

103*

28

67

ZONES 1-2

JACKSONVILLE

CINCINNATI
64
84*

24
56

31
47

25
65

61
37

ZONES 1-3

MIAMI

PITTSBURGH
ZONES 1-5
ZONES 6-10

48

BIRMINGHAM

CLEVELAND

ZONES 1-5
ZONES 6-10

40

NASHVILLE
ZONES 1-3

ZONES 1-5
ZONES 6-7

34

NEW ORLEANS

PHILADELPHIA
ZONES 1-5
ZONES 6-10
ZONES 11-13

14

ATLANTA

BUFFALO
ZONES 1-5
ZONE 6

ZONES 1-4

BALTIMORE

N
EW YORK
ZONES 1-5
ZONES 6-10
ZONES 11-14

ARMORED CARRIER
PER STOP CHARGE
i n dol l a r s

FEDERAL RESERVE
OFFICE

16
21

19
61

27
19

18
24

42
19

ZONES 1-4

1
|

CHICAGO

PITTSBURGH
COM ON
M
CARP I E R
ZONES 1-5
ZONES 6-10
ZONES 11-13

ZONES 1-5
ZONES 6-9
28
21
18

31
16
22

29
43
48

32
20

36
21

DETROIT

RICHMOND
ZONES 1-5

129*

22

22

22

41

54

ZONES 1-5
ZONES 6-7

**
132*

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ARMORED CARRIER
PER STOP CHARGE
in d o l l a r s

FEDERAL RESERVE
OFFICE

2

-

ARMORED CARRIER
PER STOP CHARGE
in d o l l a r s

FEDERAL RESERVE
OFFICE

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ZONES 1-2

3

26

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MEMPHIS
EL PASO]/
Special t a r i f f r a t e s a pply.
Contact your
e r a l Re se rv e o f f i c ( f o r nfo rm c i t i o n .

ed ZONES 1-5

69

72

73

63

11
11

76*
9

24
23

14
16

SAN ANTON I Qi /

LOUISVILLE
ZONES 1-5

6

9

9

27

28

225*

6

ZONE 1
SAN FRANCISCO

MINNEAPOLIS
ZONES
ZONES
ZONES
ZONE

1-5
6-10
11-15
16

14
42
75
107*

17
48
81*

23
55
87*

29
62
93*

35
68
100*

HELENA
10
71

0
88*

17
60

7
50

18
40
102* 117*

55
133*

KANSAS CITY
ZONES 1-5
ZONES 6-7

66

78*

73

ZONES
ZONES
ZONES
ZONES
ZONE

1-5
6-10
11-15
16- 20
21

9
12

1

1-5
6-10
11-15
16 -20
21-24

0
10
65
30
30

4
29
25
45
60

65
98*
10
30
50
40
60
60
77* 113*

64
50
60
91*

OKLAHOM CITY
A
1-5
6-10
11-15
16-18

14
11
20
24

29
26
16
77*

20
15
11
138*

18
13
11
10

14
16
14
26 |

20
28

8
65

13

47

26
10

31
48

12

42

22
23

34
12

13
35

8

SALT LAKE CITY
ZONES 1-5
ZONES 6 - 8

DENVER

ZONES
ZONES
ZONES
ZONES

**

LOS ANGELES

ZONES 1-5
ZONES 6-10

ZONES
ZONES
ZONES
ZONES
ZONES

ZONES 1-5
ZONES 6-10
ZONE 11

**

33

PORTLAND
ZONES 1-5
ZONES 6-8

**

40

SEATTLE
1
10
15
50

10
23
25
86*

6
39
26
69

24
47
80*

9
65
64

6
34

28
41

47
42

34

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46

ZONES 1-5
ZONES 6-9

10

OM
AHA
ZONES 1-5
ZONES 6- 8

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The maximum 1982 p e r s t o p c h a r g e i s $ 75 , n a t i o n w i d e .
Thu s, t h e p e r s t o p f e e c h a r g e d would be $75
i n s t e a d o f t h e f i g u r e shown, which i s ba se d on f u l l c o s t o f s e r v i c e t o e n d p o i n t s in t h a t z o n e.
S p e c i f i c f e e s w i l l a p p ly t o each i n s t i t u t i o n , and a s i n g l e a l l - i n c l u s i v e f e e may be c h a r g e d ( i n s t e a d
of s e p a r a t e p e r s t o p and bag c h a r g e s ) .
In Te x a s, Oklahoma and L o u i s i a n a , armored c a r r i e r s e r v i c e s u b j e c t t o t a r i f f r a t e s i s o f f e r e d t o o v e r t h e - r o a d e n d p o i n t s t h a t a r e n o t i n c l u d e d among t h e z o ne s l i s t e d .
C o n t a c t y o u r l o c a l F e d e r a l Re se rv e
o f f i c e f o r more i n f o r m a t i o n .

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FEE SCHEDULE
CASH TRANSP O R T A T I O N BY REGISTERED MAIL
Effective January 28, 1982

The fee for cash delivery to or from a Federal Reserve o f fice via
registered mail will be the actual cost of postage and insurance, up to a
maximum.

The m a x i m u m charge for registered mail delivery, one w ay eith e r to

or from a Federal Reserve office, will be $ 3 7.50 per shipment.


Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, One Federal Reserve Bank Plaza, St. Louis, MO 63102