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F ed er a l r e s e r v e Ba n k o f Dallas

DALLAS. TEXAS

7S222
Circular No. 83-89
July 18, 1983

PROCEDURE TO RECOVER INTERTERRITORY RETURN ITEM FLOAT
TO ALL DEPOSITORY INSTITUTIONS IN THE
ELEVENTH FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICT:
In Circular No. 83-66 dated May 13, 1983, the Federal Reserve Bank of
Dallas announced Federal Reserve Board approval of a one-day deferral of credit
for interterritory return items to be implemented on August 1, 1983. After this
date, intraterritory return items and misrouted cash items will continue to receive
immediate availability if deposited in separately sorted return item letters. Your
institution may continue to deposit mixed return item letters if you choose;
however, mixed return item letters will receive a one-day deferral of credit.
A return item is considered an intraterritory return item if the
endorsement immediately prior to that of the local Reserve office is from a
depository institution located in the same Reserve office territory. A list of the
intraterritory routing number prefixes for each Reserve office in the Eleventh
District is shown on the reverse side of this circular.
Separately sorted intraterritory return item letters must be clearly
marked "LOCAL”, as shown on the sample return item form on the reverse of this
page. This change is effective August 1, 1983. Only return item letters marked
in this manner will be given immediate availability. It is not necessary to identify
interterritory or mixed return item letters.
Current procedures for processing misrouted cash items will not change.
Misroutes must be separately sorted and the accompanying return item letter
clearly marked "MISROUTES".
With the exception of the return item letters
containing misroutes, all return item letters must continue to indicate the number
of items being returned.
Questions regarding this operational change should be directed to
Charles R. Hunter, (214) 651-6160 at the Head Office; Martin E. Ramsey,
(915) 544-4730 at the El Paso Branch; Louis Moore, (713) 659-4433 at the Houston
Branch; or Rene G. Gonzales, (512) 224-2141 at the San Antonio Branch.
Additional copies of this circular will be furnished upon request to the
Public Affairs Department, Extension 6289.
Sincerely yours,

William H. Wallace
This publication was digitized and made available by the Federal Reserve BankVice President Library (FedHistory@dal.frb.org)
First of Dallas' Historical
Banks and others are encouraged to use the follow ing in com ing WATS numbers in co n tacting 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.

RETURN ITEMS

FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF DALLAS
DALLAS, TEXAS

CREDIT —The Reserve Account of
DATE

TO TA L OF RETURN ITEMS

NET A M O U N T To be c re d ite d

FROM

LOCAL
OFFICE COPY
TR-418 C4

FOR FRB

Rev. 10-80

R e t u r n I tem L e t t e r (Form TR-418)
( P l e a s e stamp "LOCAL" i n r e d i n k )

I n t r a t e r r i t o r y R o u t i n g Number and ABA P r e f i x e s

Dal i as
1110
1111
1112
1113
1119
3110
3111
3112
3113
3119

32
37
48
84
86
88

El
1120
1122
1123
1163
3120
3122
3123
3163

so

88
95

Hous ton
1130
1131
3130
3131

35
46
88

San A n t o n i o
1140
1149
3140
3149

30
88


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