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SIXTH ANNUAL REPORT
OF THE

Superintendent of Banks
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Showing the Financial Condition of State Banks at the Close of
Business June 23, 1915

California
S tate P rinting Office

1915
1— 19462







INTRODUCTORY LETTER
October 30, 1915.
His Excellency H ir a m W . J o h n s o n ,
Governor of the State of California,
Sacramento, California.
D e a r S ir : I herewith submit the sixth annual report of the Superin­
tendent of Banks of the State of California, pursuant to section 140 of
the Bank Act, enacted by the twenty-eighth session of the Legislature
and effective July 1, 1909.
In the record of the work of the fiscal year which ended June 30,
1915, the adoption of many amendments to the Bank Act, suggested by
the State Banking Department and accepted by the Legislature, has
been of first importance. Some of these changes are fundamental;
others are legal modifications of regulations which experience has justi­
fied ; all have found expression because of our desire to make the Bank
Act financially sound in the double relationship which it sustains to
the banks and to the public.
The enactment o f the Federal Reserve Act made necessary an entirely
new system o f reserve for state banks based upon, and in large measure
conditioned by, the reserve requirements established for the conduct of
federal banking institutions. In commercial banks the minimum of
reserve has been reduced, but certain penalties have been provided for
deficiencies. Any currency issued under authority of the United States
may be counted as part reserve and commercial banks in the state
system are not required to maintain a reserve against public deposits.
Discretion is placed however in the Superintendent of Banks to desig­
nate all reserve depositaries upon nomination of the interested banks.
Closely allied in purpose to these changes is that which gives to the
Superintendent of Banks authority to limit the amount of funds which
may be deposited by any commercial bank with any other commercial
bank. In savings banks the minimum of reserve has been increased
from four to five per cent and deposits of public money are not
exempted. All but one fourth of this reserve however may consist of
any currency issued under authority of the United States.
California was the first of the states to give explicit authority to
banks under its government to associate themselves with any national
reserve association. This permission was granted by the Legislature in
1913 and while no state bank in California has established such an
association it was deemed wise by the Legislature this year to remove
absolutely any suggestion that a state bank, joining the Federal Reserve
Association as a member, may be liberated from the laws and super­
vision of this state. There was adopted therefore an amendment to




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the Bank Act providing that any state bank, associating itself with
the Federal Reserve Association, shall exercise all powers not in conflict
with the laws o f this state and shall continue to be subject to all liabili­
ties and duties imposed upon it by any law o f this state and to all
provisions of the Bank Act.
Of first significance is the amendment which enlarges the capacity of
commercial banks to invest in acceptances. An unlimited authority in
this reference has provoked in New York a warning against the danger
of inflation and we have profited by that experience by restricting the
field of investment to a closely guarded area. The use of bank accept­
ances is a new and practically untried expedient in American finance
and under the permission given in this state carefully conceived
precautions have been established.
The limitations drawn about this credit instrument are rigid. The
consent o f the Superintendent of Banks must first be obtained and an
investment greater than one half of the capital and surplus of the
investing bank is prohibited. No bank may accept for any one person,
firm, co-partnership or corporation an amount in excess of ten per cent
of the capital and surplus o f such bank and every acceptance must be
drawn by a person, firm, co-partnership or corporation engaged in
agricultural, industrial or commercial business directly connected with
the production, manufacture, purchase, sale or consignment of the goods
involved in the transaction in which the acceptance originated. State
banks have not yet availed themselves of the privilege granted.
There has been accomplished also a practical revision of the law
which governs secured and unsecured loans in commercial banks, the
statute in this regard being placed upon a logical foundation which
protects the banks from the unwisdom o f excessive or concentrated
lines of credit yet permits the widest latitude of loaning capacity,
compatible with sound banking practice.
In association with this amendment the activity of the credit bureau
o f the department is o f momient. During the year we have accom­
plished much in our purpose to investigate conditions surrounding both
secured and unsecured loans in the banks. W e have sought to establish
a policy that unsecured loans shall be fortified by financial statements
of the borrowers. In our endeavor we have, almost without exception,
met with the hearty co-operation of the banks and the result has been
to improve gradually but positively the character of unsecured loans.
So vital an element in the solvency of banks has given this department
great concern and it is our plan as we progress to require that all
unsecured loans, greater than a certain minimum, shall be supported
by financial statements made by auditors whose only relation to the
borrowers is that o f accurate observers o f conditions. The tendency




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of borrowers to pad their assets and underestimate their liabilities
demands a corrective such as w e suggest and which is now an accepted
T
principle in the federal reserve system. Of equal importance in the
work of the credit department is our thorough investigation of under­
lying securities that support secured loans. The expenses of the depart­
ment have measurably been increased because of our activity in this
field but the results attained justify fully the investment.
In our scrutiny of secured and unsecured loans there is presented
perhaps no more difficult problem than that involved in commercial bank
loans to directors and employees and to corporations, in which such
persons have financial interest, and in savings bank loans to corpora­
tions in which the same beneficial association exists. In the solution of
this question during the year we have made great strides. California
is more advanced than any of the states or the federal government iii
its treatment o f these loans and we are at particular pains to probe
each transaction. Our review in this connection has been searching and
has applied to secured loans in both savings and commercial banks as
well as to unsecured which are permissible only in commercial banks.
Much o f our criticism has been directed against such loans, which, upon
investigation, have been found to be improperly safe-guarded. It is
worthy o f suggestion that there are permitted loans to religious cor­
porations, clubs and other membership corporations of which directors,
officers, agents or employees are members or officers but where no
financial benefit is involved. There is also established to the further
advantage o f safety in savings banks the restriction that loans may not
be made to any corporation in which one or more of the directors or
officers of the bank own a majority of the stock except with the
previous approval of the Superintendent of Banks.
During the year savings bank investments have been further
strengthened and protected by an amendment to the Bank Act which
guards particularly the purchase o f and loaning upon bonds. There
has been established firmly in explicit expression the character of “ net
earnings ’ ’ of corporations whose bonds and other securities are offered
for investment- by savings banks. No railroad, public utility or col­
lateral trust bond is now available for investment by savings banks
until its availability has been certified by the Superintendent of Banks.
The strictest inquiry is made into the values supporting real estate
bonds. Limitations are also placed upon the advertising of bonds in
connection with their eligibility as investment by savings banks. The
administration of these hew features of the Bank Act has broadened
the influence o f supervision o f the conduct of state banks and measur­
ably improved the standard of investments.




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REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

W e have yet to determine the value of that amendment to the Bank
Act which provides that a savings bank may under conditions and
regulations prescribed by the Superintendent of Banks discount or pur­
chase commercial paper of the kind and character made eligible under
the Federal Reserve Act in an amount not greater than five per cent
of its deposits and not greater than five per cent of its capital and sur­
plus to any one person, firm, co-partnership or corporation. I have
not yet established the conditions and regulations under which this
statute may become operative but I am determined that there shall be
no weakening of the standard o f conservatism in savings bank invest­
ments which has made the Bank Act of this state an example of
excellence.
The inspiration for the newly granted privilege is the desire of
bankers to possess an actual, secondary reserve, consisting of such
liquid assets as will protect them in the event of a run and, in periods
of disturbance, will free them from dependence on their depositary
banks or from demanding notice o f withdrawal. It is urged that selfliquidating, short time obligations such as are defined in the federal
reserve act and in the regulations of the federal reserve board will
prevent a currency famine and maintain public confidence which is so
essential to the integrity o f savings banks. I am convinced therefore
that as long as savings banks are confined strictly within the limitations
o f the purpose o f their new authority great good will follow the
operation of the statute.
W e are already able to announce the unequivocal value of that
amendment to the Bank A ct which makes it necessary for. any person
or group of persons desiring to organize a bank or to circulate sub­
scription lists for any proposed bank to secure the previous written
consent of the Superintendent o f Banks. The promotion of the public
convenience and advantage is the only justification for the establish­
ment of a bank. Properly to determine the many questions that arise
in this connection, a searching analysis o f persons and conditions must
be made. It is a matter of congratulation to the public that by
authority of the new statute a bank under state supervision is subject
to the scrutiny of a single investigator from the moment of its inception
to its licensing and permanent regulation.
I have also to report the successful operation of other amendments
to which briefly I will refer. Permission is granted to any person,
co-partnership or corporation or to any common carrier to engage in
the business o f buying or selling exchange or issuing letters of credit
under license by the Superintendent of Banks. This authorization is
designed to check and ultimately to eliminate a dangerous kind of




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V ll

limited banking, sometimes engaged in by irresponsible persons, with­
out disturbing a recognized practice indulged in by responsible, highly
organized transportation, telegraph and express companies. All diffi­
culties formerly standing in the way of the deposit with the state
treasurer o f money held unclaimed for more than twenty years have
now been removed. The state will in due course take custody of these
funds. As a measure of precaution a trust department in a depart­
mental bank, may deposit trust funds in its own commercial department
only upon order, previously obtained, of any court having jurisdiction
of any trust funds. It is provided also that the creator of any private
trust may direct that such trust shall be subject to and entitled to the
benefit of all of the provisions of the Bank Act relating to court
trusts— an admirable concession that I believe should be accepted
widely. In our work o f supervision one of the most practical instru­
ments which we now possess is the authority granted to me to compro­
mise, before action brought, for a less amount than that prescribed by
the Bank Act, any fine or pecuniary penalty which may be incurred by
any bank on account o f a violation of the provisions of the Act. This
indulgence permits me to exercise an admonitory influence rather than
a punitive power where the former is all that is desired and the latter
is unnecessary.
The general banking situation in the state during the year has been
satisfactory in the face of world conditions of the most distressing
character. State bankers have met emergencies soberly, confidently
and with a firm purpose of conservatism in the handling of their
resources. It is worthy of note that not a single bank in the state
system was compelled to close its doors— a fact illustrative of the high
character of our banking laws and the judgment of our bankers.
Credit has been easy and no enterprise worthy of consideration has
suffered from lack of accommodation. Fortunately no local perplexity
has complicated the international crisis established by the European
war. We have felt but faintly the effect of this upheaval and our
banks, reflecting the orderly conduct o f industrial affairs, have enjoyed
prosperity.
In the face of general unrest and uncertainty the resources o f state
banks have increased during the fiscal year in the sum of $14,428,631.05.
Loans and discounts have expanded in the amount of $5,562,623.25 and
deposits have grown $5,852,511.69 making a splendid aggregate of
$581,410,023.79. As a further evidence of the confidence which has
marked the progress of the year the total of capital and surplus in
state banks has been enlarged to the extent of $278,370, primarily to
meet the demand o f an increasing deposit liability. Credit necessities
therefore have adequately been met by the banks.




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REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

. The savings banks in the state system have justified every effort
made in behalf o f their well-being and security. Not a single notice of
withdrawal was required during the year. Deposits grew until the
enormous aggregate was on June 23, 1915, the date o f the final called
report of the fiscal year, $458,708,427.69, an increase of $9,466,788.12.
This fact is deeply significant when it is considered that one of the
tremendous problems, created in other American jurisdictions by1 the
European war, has been to guard against the fear o f savings depositors.
The timidity and anxiety of savings depositors, evidenced by their
demands for their money, forced the supervising officials of other
states, notably o f New York, to insist that all savings banks demand
their maximum notices of withdrawal. Such an expedient was
unthought of in California and we feel justified in the suggestion that
confidence here has been the outcome of our insistent purpose to place
our savings banks beyond the shadow of suspicion.
When therefore the Federal Reserve Board gave authority to national
banks in this state to advertise for and to accept “ savings accounts” I
deemed it my immediate duty to protest and to inform the federal
authorities as well as all national banks which assumed to offend
against our law in this reference that I would prosecute to the full
extent of state law all violations of the statute that prohibits such
advertisement.
The first principle of safety established for Californian savings
deposits is that they shall not be subjected to the hazards of commercial
banking. National banks can give no such protection. Federal officials
admit that national banks can not safe-guard savings deposits with
restricted, conservative investments free from the dangers that neces­
sarily accompany commercial risks. “ Savings accounts” in national
banks must share with commercial deposits the uncertainties of credit
conditions and I shall seek full compliance with our law.
Mr. A. A. DeLigne, the attorney for this department, has stated our
position in a very well considered brief and it is my purpose to resist
a deception upon the people o f the state which possesses potentialities
for the greatest harm. National banks can not accept savings deposits
in any sense which will protect these deposits against the exigencies of
commerce or the crises that occur in eredit and it is dangerous to the
public to permit banks that can not assure safety to savings deposits to
solicit for “ savings accounts.” I am pleased to report however that
national banks thus far addressed on this subject have expressed their
intention to obey the law o f this state.
I am gratified also to report that the banks of this state are rapidly
expressing their surplus in market values. Very large sums have been
written off because of softening of bond values and investments of




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every character are being subjected to such scrutiny as will contribute
to the strength o f the institution. While some banks indulge too freely
in the granting of overdrafts the subject is receiving close attention to
the end that there may be substantial reductions and finally a practical
elimination. It is noteworthy that the aggregate of borrowed money
in state banks has shown during the year a decrease. While the
remaining total is greater than sound banking justifies, the condition
is not created by an effort by the hanks to extend excessive lines of
credit or to borrow that they may loan. W e are persistent in our
demand that this phase of unwise practice shall be minimized. W e are
pleased to report that in our efforts in this direction we are receiving
the co-operation of the best informed hankers of the state.
Need was found during the year for the organization of five depart­
mental savings and commercial banks and three commercial banks.
Four banks widened the scope of their activities by adding commercial
departments; six by creating savings departments and five by estab­
lishing trust departments. The assumption of trust functions by
departmental hanks is an important expansion of usefulness in the
state system.
Seven hanks sold their assets to stronger institutions and two became
extinct by consolidation, thus measurably improving the tone of these
which remained. Twenty-one banks established branch offices broaden­
ing their sphere of influence and giving to new communities the
advantage of highly centralized credit facilities. Seven institutions
accepted the privilege of making collections from school children
giving vigorous encouragement to thrift in young people. Two banks
and three branch offices voluntarily closed. One bank entered the
national system. Two national banks sold their assets to state banks.
During the year calls for reports were issued for September 24, 1914,
November 19, 1914, March 4, 1915 and June 23, 1915. At the close of
business on June 23, 1915, there were 468 state banks with ninety-five
branch offices. Of these 126 were commercial, 130 savings, 7 trust, 184
commercial and savings, 17 commercial, savings and trust, 1 commercial
and trust and 3 savings and trust.
As of that date and summarized and compared in their salient
features with the report of their condition as of date June 30, 1914,
state banks record the following:
June 30, 1914

Assets
..........
Loans & Discounts
Cash on hand
Capital _____ _ ___________
Surplus
Undivided Profits
Individual Deposits
1J— 194.62




$714,330,339 89
465,417,351 17
30,548,948 12
62,173,816 66
28,489,063 82
10,524,715 30
575,557,512 10

June 23, 1915

$728,758,957
470,979,974
27,568,582
62,452,186
28,568,208
17,003,869
581,410,023

94
42
04
66
49
56
79

Increase

Decrease

$14,428,631 05
5,562,623 25
$2,980,366 08
278,370
79,144
6,479,154
' 5,852,511

00
67
26
69

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REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Appended hereto and made a part of this report are the following:
1. Summary o f condition of every state bank.
2. List o f new banks and branch offices.
3. Names and compensations of all persons employed by the superin­
tendent o f banks and the whole amount o f receipts and expenses of the
department during the fiscal year.
4. Names of banks placed in the hands o f the superintendent of banks
in process o f liquidation and the amount o f dividends paid therebn.
5. Miscellaneous changes in banks.
6. Reports of deposits unclaimed for more than ten years.
7. Reports of deposits unclaimed for more than twenty years.
8. Tabulated statement o f condition o f banks.




Yours very truly,
W , R. W ILLIAM S,
Superintendent of Banks.




STA TE M E N TS




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m

“ THE HIBERNIA SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY’ ’— SAN FRANCISCO.

•19462

Incorporated September 6, 1864.
Mayo, President; E. J. Tobin, Vice-President; R. M. Tobin, Secretary and Treasurer.
R. Kelly, R. M. Tobin,, Charles Mayo, Joseph S. Tobin, Edward J. Tobin, Clement P. Tobin, Thomas A. Dris­
coll, Joseph O. Tobin, Joseph A. Oliver, Cyril R. Tobin, Chas. W. Clark.

O f f ic e r s — Charles
D ir e c t o r s — Alfred

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES
-------------

-----

-------------------------------—

— --------

----------------

Combined

$34,850,626 00

_
---

™ --

20.831.324 63
995,915 50
1,942,672 02
1,124,114 03
1,101,169 68
17,181 29
882 00
180,447 88
$61,044,133 03

LIABILITIES
$3,245,502 26
1,118,264 87

56,499,968 02
Certified checks ______________________________ __________________________________________________
Cashier's checks ....
.
........................
...
_
.........
State, county and municipal deposits
........
.....
...
_
.
Postal savings deposits™ ___________________ _____________________________ _________ ;___________
Other liabilities ________________________ ________________________ — ______________________ ____
Totals




_

.................

...

_____

.. ......

_.

_ ...

_

180,397 88
$61,044,133 03

-----------------------

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Loans and discounts------------

Savings
department

to
3.

BANK OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA— SAN FRANCISCO AGENCY.

O f f ic e r s — A. G. Fry, First Agent; A.
D ir e c t o r s — J. H . Brodie, J. H. Mayne

man, F. R. S. Balfour.

Incorporated by Royal Charter 1840.
S. Ireland, Second Agent; Jackson Dodds, Secretary, Montreal, Canada.
Campbell, E. A. Hoare, E. G. Hoare, Frederick Lubbock, C. W. Tomkinson, G. D. What­
Statement of June 23, 1915.

$*,505,512 62
5,566 85
43 59
11,856 95
210,250 78
1,353 44
121,049 22
16,090 96
934 88
148,788 42
$2,021,447 71
LIABILITIES

$250,000 00
50,000 00
2,981 42
461,382 43
. 866,461 85
112,726 06
7,076 64
5,595 63

Other liabilities ________________________ Totals




.

_____________

______ _____ ______ ____
....

_____ ________

265,223 68
$2,021,447 71

Savings
department

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

4.

SAVINGS UNION BANK AND TRUST COMPANY— SAN FRANCISCO.

In corp orated June 18, 1862.
Officers — J ohn S. Drum , P re s id e n t; G. D. Greenwood, V ic e -P r e s id e n t; C. O. G. M iller, Second V ic e -P r e s id e n t ; R . M. W elch, Third
V ice -P re sid e n t and S e c r e t a r y ; R. B. Burm eister, Cashier an d T reasurer ; W . A . D ay, A ssistan t C a s h ie r ; A. M. W hittle, A ssistant
C a s h ie r ; D. L. C larke, A ssistan t Secretary.
D ir e c t o r s — John S. D rum , G. D. Greenwood, C. O. G. M iller, F . B. A nderson, R. M. W elch , E. C. B urr, F red H. B eaver, H en ry C.
Breeden, F. J. C arolan, W . B. Dunning, V anderlyn Stow, W a rren D. Clark, R alston B. W hite, W illia m H. C rocker, H orace
D avis, F . D. M adison, Jas. J. F agan , John D. M cK ee, A rth u r A . Smith, W a lla ce M. A lexander, F. W . D ohrm ann, Jr.

Statement of June 23, 19fJ>.
Trust

RESOURCES
"Loans and discounts.
...
...
O verdrafts____________ __________________
Bonds, warrants and other securities
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures

Commercial
_
________

_

Other real estate owned
Due from reserve hanks ..
Due from other banks__________________________________________________ i__
Actual cash on hand ... .
Exchanges for clearing house_______________ . . . . ___________ _________
Checks and other cash items
Other resources ___
____
_______________ _ __________________________

Combined

Savings

Court trusts

$1,597,062 84
3,030 68

$20,865,421 63

$22,341 98

45
00
00
41
68

490,275 65

266,500
11,479
223,167
15,761
377
1,595
7,028

9,618,063
1,000,000
125,000
63,399
3,151,302
496,628
11,627
106
6,326

30
48
20
16

Private trusts

32
11
85
60
50
33
20

$100,000 00

53,135 70

Trusts invested under order o f court or) (Personal property •
N
»

27 50
2,047,735 83 Private trusts
not under
supervision of
436,690 69 StateBanking
502,368 00 Department

2,047,735 83
436,690 69
502,368 00

V—---------- Y------------- '

$2,126,006 43

$35,327,875 31

$3,552,575 35

$100,000 00

$41,106,454 09

$400,000 00
125,000 00

$100,000 00

$1,500,000 00
1,400,(W 00
0
669,676 27
722,500 00

LIABILITIES
$250,000 00
150,000 00
31,064 39

43,563 43

$750,000
1,125,000
638,611
720,000

00
00
88
00

2,500 00 —

................

5,000 00

48,563 43

1,610,839 93

1,610,839
31,699,801
3,373
313,621
17,878
12,255
62,402

31,699,801 16
3,373 33
Cashier’ s checks

..............

Postal savings deposits '..
Other liabilities
.....................

17,878 30
12,255 85

.
_
.

313,621 55
62,402 65
13,438 07

13,438 07
7,028 20

7,028 20
Deposits o f money received from executors, administrators, guardians,

Private trusts
not under
2,047,735 83 supervision of
StateBanking
977,339 52 Department
'-------- *
-------- '

Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers
or trustees.
. . . _______ ______ _________ ____________ . . . _________
Trusts held as executor, administrator, guardian-, assignee, receiver or
trustee, under order or decree o f any court - ____ ____ ____________ .




$2,126,008 43

$35,327,875 31

93
16
33
55
30
85
65

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers

$22,484,826 45
3,030 68
10,208,339 10
1,000,000 00
125,000 00
53,399 41
3,417,803 00
64,614 81
719,796 15
27,389 08
483 70
7,948 99
7,028 20

$3,552,575 35

$100,000 00

2,047,735 83
977,339 52
$41,106,454 09
CO

6, 6A, 6B, AND 6C.

THE GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY— SAN FRANCISCO.

Incorporated February 15, 1868.
Ohlandt, President; Geo. Tourny, Vice-President; J. W. Van Bergen, Vice-President; A. H. Muller, Secretary;
A. H. R. Schmidt, Treasurer and Vice-President; Geo. Tourny, Manager; William Herrmann, Assistant Cashier; G. J. O. Folte,
Assistant Secretary; Wm. D. Newhouse, Assistant Secretary.
D ir e c t o r s — N. Ohlandt, Geo. Tourny, I. N. Walter, J. W. Van Bergen, John H. Dieckmann, E. T. Kruse, Hugh Goodfellow, A. H. R.
Schmidt, Henry Meyer.

O f f ic e r s — N.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts--------------------------- ------------------------ - ..........................................................................
O verdrafts___________________________________________________________
___________ ________ ___ _
Ronds, warrants, and other securities......... ........... .
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
- _ ___ ___________________________________________ __
Safe deposit vaults__ _____________________________________________________________________ _ . .
Other real estate owned___________________________________ _________- ........... j........... - ..........................
Due from reserve banks-------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Due from other banks___________________________________________ ___ — ___________________ ___
Aetna! cash on hand ._
_ .. . ..
.. ........ .................
Exchanges fo r clearing house______
_____________________________________ ____________________

Sayings
. department

Combined

$1,655,398 35

$40,018,263 24

$41,673,661 59

1,318,168 80

13,199,540 11
3,368 44

14,517,708 91
3,368 44

381,338 29

410 21
1,739,421 37
13,808 26
929,805 75

667,461 70

410
2,120,759
13,808
1,597,267

21
66
26
45

Totals ________

_________

____ ___________________________________________ _________;_________

4,406 45

37,737 52
8,558 12

42,143 97
8,558 12

$4,026,773 59

$65,950,913 02

$59,977,686 61

$500,000 00
125,000 00
70,541 86

$500,000 00
1,767,584 89
1,209,069 23

50,792 27

Other resources ________________________ : ________________________ _____________________________ _
_

441 83

51,234 10

52,473,817 07

3,219,911 95
52,473,817 07
60,000 00

LIABILITIES.

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account_______ _____________________
Bills payable~(i"ncluding certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)_________ ___________
Dividends unpaid __________________________ I
_____________________

_______________________

___

3,219,911 95
60,000 00

$1,000,000 O
O
1,892,584 89
1,279,611 09

527 51

Totals
N o te — The

..........

$4,026,773 59

527 51

$55,950,913 02

$59,977,686 61

above statement includes the business of the Mission Street, Clement Street, and Haight Street branch offices.




REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

7.

“ DONOHOE-KELLY BANKING COMPANY” — SAN FRANCISCO.

Incorporated March 2, 1891.
A. Donohoe, President; Geo. Whittell, Vice-President; John Ed. Fitzpatrick, Cashier and Secretary; Jos. E. Fitz­
patrick, Treasurer; John T. Dispaux, Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — Jos. A. Donohoe, Edward L. Eyre, Geo. Whittell, R. H. Pease, Chr. de Gulgne, Joseph D. Grant, F. P. Cole, J. C. Welsh,
Arthur J. Caire, Thos. H. Kelly.

O f f ic e r s — Jos.

Statement of June 23,1915.
Commercial
department

T-nans and. discounts
..
..........
_ ... .
Overdrafts . . ..............
Ronds, warrants, and other securities
.....
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures.:— __________ __________ _______________________ ________
Safe deposit vaults_____________________________________________________ _________ _____
_____
Other real estate owned_____ r ______________________ _________________________________ _ __ ____
Due from reserve hanks. ...
...
.....
___
Due from other hanks
.. .. .
Actual eash on hand

$1,905,779
45,668
70,891
5,726

23
18
89
72

71,144
15,733
354,653
33,629
2,125
80,367

96
01
95
32
50
39

....
...
Cheeks and other cash items .........
Other resou rces___ _________________________________________________—

.....
_______________________

Combined

$2,585,720 15

Capital stock paid in
Surplus
"

... . .

....

.

LIABILITIES
...
. ___ .
.................

.............

Other existing profits, collected, hut not in undivided profits account_____________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)_____________________
Dividends unpaid ...............
Savings deposits

_
_

.

Postal savings deposits *




........
..........

'

...........

.

_

■

.... ..

...

....

...

- ........

.

.. ..

$650,000 00
200,000 00
67,176 09
89,929 35
1,312,966 61
6,532
144,522
18,421
3,678
50,000

00
79
13
11
00

42,494 07
$2,585,720 15

—

—

.......... ........... —

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Savings
department

RESOURCES

8.

HUMBOLDT SAVINGS BANK— SAN FRANCISCO.

Incorporated November 25, 1869.
D. Keyes, President; William H. Crocker, Vice-President; W. A. Frederick, Vice-President; H. C. Klevesahl,
Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; P. A. Pflueger, Assistant Cashier; J. S. Curran, Assistant Cashier; A. D. Keyes, Attorney.
D ir e c t o r s — Jno. G. Sutton, William H. Crocker, W. A. Frederick, G. L. Payne, A. D. Keyes, R. D. Robbins, I. Kohn, Rudolph
Herold, Jr., Philip Zimmerman.
O f f ic e r s — Alexander

Statement of J une 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts______________ ____ _____ _____ _____ __— _____ ________________ ___
. .. .

■Ronds, warrants, and other securities
Rank promises, furniture and fixtures. ..

..........

.
_ ................................
.........
. ...............
Sate deposit vaults__ ___________________________________________________ ___ _______

Due from reserve banks----------------------------------- -------------- -------------------------------------- ----------Due from other banks_______________________ .__________________________________________
Actual cash on hand
..................
...........................
■Exchanges fo r clearing house
...
. .........
. .... . ...

$270,059 62
310 71
260,707 80

99,882 42

............................

Capital stock paid in
Surplus
"

.........

Combined

$4,912,609 00
658,957
1,138,000
89.000
66.000
390,113

68
00
00
00
57

-

$5,182,668 62
310 71
919,665 48
1,138,000 00
89.000 00
66.000 00
489,995 99

59,464 70
25 00

133,056 57
176 40
1,653 79

192,521 27
201 40
1,653 79

$690,450 25

$7,389,567 01

$8,080,017 26

$50,000 00
50,000 00
11,319 42

$550,000 00
350,000 00
119,862 82

$600,000 00
400,000 00
131,182 24

Other resources _______________________________________________________________________
T otals

Savings
department

LIABILITIES

..
....................
.
. .
.. . . . .
...............
. . . . . .
... .
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid. _________
___ ___ ________ ___ _______
Other existing profits, collected, hut- not in undivided profits account ...
. _
_
Bills payable~(including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)__________________

10,000 00
560,824 68
12,009 66
6,275 28
21 21

6,358,879 19
825 00

10,000 00
560,824
6,358,879
12,009
825
6,275
21

68
19
66
00
28
21

Postal savings deposits..!____ 1____ ; __________________ ! _______________________________
_
_




$690,450 25

$7,389,567 01

$8,080,017 26

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

10 AND 10A.

YOKOHAMA SPECIE BANK, LTD.— SAN FRANCISCO BRANCH.

Incorporated in Japan February 28, 1880.
Inouye, President; Tuki Yamakawa, Vice- President; T. Asano, Secretary ; Junzo Fujihira, Manager; Teruaki
Isobe, Per Pro Manager; Chotaro Arima, Per Pro Manager; Taro Hodsumi, Per Pro Manager; Kimpei Takeuchi, Per Pro
Manager.
D ir e c t o r s — Nagatane Soma, Esq., Riyemon Kimura, Esq., Yuki Yamakawa, Esq., Tchunosuke Kawashima, Esq., Junnosuke Inouye,
Esq., Kokichi Sonoda, Esq., Rokuro Hara, Esq., Masunosuke Odagiri, Esq., Baron Koyata Iwasaki, K. Tatsumi, Esq.

O f f ic e r s — Junnosuke

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts _____ _______ ___________ __________
_
______
Overdrafts
...........
Bonds, warrants, and other securities . . . ___
_ _ ____ _________
_ ____
_______
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures...... ................................... ................. ......■______ _______
_
Safe deposit vaults_________ ________________________ ______ _
__ ___ __________
____ __ _
Other real estate owned
Due from reserve banks
.... _
.....
Dne from other banks ..
Actual cash on band ........
Exchanges fo r clearing house
Checks and other cash items
....
.
...
Other resources
T o t a l s .........

. .................

$1,378,696 29
19,188 65
16,982 90
314,640
1,681,006
117,355
27,893
4,402
5,028

65
45
18
33
29
53

$3,565,194 27

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in ...
...
_
. ..
Surplus
._ .............. ._..............................
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
... . .. . . . . . .
Other existing profits, collected, but not in*undivided profits account
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)
Deposits, duo to banks.....
...
Dividend’s unpaid
..........
...........
Individual deposits subject, to check .
Savings deposits
..
.
.
.. .
Demand certificates o f deposit
Time certificates o f deposit. ............
Certified checks
* ...
.....
Cashier’s checks .....
.. .
.
State, county and municipal deposits________________________ _______________ ____________ ___ ___
Postal savings deposits
.......................
Other liabilities
Totals
N o te — The

Savings
department

$325,000 00
81,250 00
22,267 93
1,923,867 76
453,502 14
181,578
531,753
4,343
16,644

15
77
58
05

24,986 89
$3,565,194 27

above statement includes the business




of

the Los Angeles branch office.

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

11.

SECURITY SAVINGS BANK— SAN FRANCISCO.

Incorporated March 4, 1871.
Babcock, President; S. L. Abbot, Vice-President and Treasurer; Edward D. Oakley, Secretary and Cashier; W. T.
Pagen, Assistant Cashier; Fred T. Jenner, Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — S. L. Abbot, Wm. Babcock, Edward T. Oakley, Warren D. Clark, Jas. L. Flood, Jos. D. Grant, J. A. Donohoe, L. F.
Monteagle, E. J. McCutcheon, R. H. Pease, Jacob Stern, Harry Babcock.

O f f ic e r s — Wm.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

Savings
department

Combined

$3,076,586 17
1,110,358 10
150,000 00
19,289
244,858
8,846
84,838

27
15
22
34

. . . . -------------------------------

1,005 14
2,121 42
$4,697,902 81
LIABILITIES.

Bills payable” (ineluding certificates o f denosit representing money borrow ed)-------------------------------




$500,000
135,000
259,320
122,672

00
00
84
55

3,680,762 42

147 00
$4,697,902 81

—

----------------------------------

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

RESOURCES

12.

FRENCH-AMERICAN BANK OF SAVINGS—SAN FRANCISCO.

■19462

Incorporated February 1, 1860. (Extended for fifty years February 1, 1910.)
O f f ic e r s — A. Legallet, President; L. Bocqueraz, Vice-President; J. M. Dupas, Vice-President; A. Bousquet, Secretary; M. Girard,
Cashier and Treasurer.
D ir e c t o r s — Geo. Beleney, J. A. Bergerot, S. Bissinger, L. Bocqueraz, O. Bozio, C. Carpy, J. M. Dupas, J. S. Godeau, J. Ginty,
A. Legallet, Geo. McNear, Xavier de Pichon.
•

Statement of June 23, 1915.

______

_______________________________

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in .
.
Surnlus
............
.........
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid ...........
Other existing profits, collected, hut not in undivided profits account
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)
Deposits, due to banks.
Dividends unpaid; ........
Individual deposits subject to check
Savings deposits .
Demand certificates o f deposit........
Time certificates o f deposit___ ___ ;___ __ ____________
_ ...____ ____ _________
Oertifled checks
Cashier’ s checks
State, county and municipal deposits
____________________________________
Postal savings d eposits..._____________________ _
Other liabilities _________ ______________ . . . ___
. . .
. . .
. _______________
Totals

_______




—

—

___

65,255 64

$4,726,953 73
2,412 40
1,418,387 39
520,694 73
43,200 00
39,217 80
412,885 24
73,932 99
201,665 61
32,525 15
6,275 10
127,847 52

$1,458,129 78

$6,147,867 88

$7,605,997 66

$450,000 00
114,000 C
O
145,456 32

$750,000 00
194,000 00
156,445 73

$884,373 56
2,412 40
229,179 10
2,854
132,751
73,932
89,486
24,272
6,275
62,591

18
52
99
32
73
10
88

41,728 11
787,345 22
_____

___
___

_________ _______ _____________________________________________

$3,890,580 17
1,189,208
520,694
43,200
36,363
280,133

29
73
00
62
72

112,179 29
8,252 42

92 50
5,182,982 26

400 00

41,728
92
787,345
5,182,982
400

11
50
22
26
00

44,280 00

211,500 00
43,121 80
715 00

5,878 66
27,658 38
371,350 00
43,121 80
44,995 00

$1,458,129 78

$6,147,867 88

REPOET OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

_______

Combined

$300,000 00
80,000 00
10,989 41

Loans and discounts_____ —
___ . ____________________ __
_________
___ ____________
Overdrafts
..........
Bonds, warrants, and other securities_____ ____ ________ __________________________ __________
____ ___________ ____
________ ______ _ _ .
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures.- ___ __
Safe deposit vaults
....................
............
Other real estate owned
_ _____
____
_______
Due from reserve banks_______________________________________ . . .
Due from other banks
Actual cash on hand.........
...............
Exchanges, fo r clearing house _ ..........
.
Ohecks and other cash items
Other resources
T otals _______ ____ ____ __________ .

Savings
department

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

$7,605,997 66

5,878 66
27,658 38
159,850 00

C
O

15.

MUTUAL SAVINGS BANK OF SAN FRANCISCO— SAN FRANCISCO.

Incorporated November 21, 1889.
D. Phelan, President; John A. Hooper, Vice-President; J. K. Moffltt, Vice-President; C. B. Hobson, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; J. E. Mullen, Assistant Cashier; A. E. Curtis, Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary; J. C. McKinstry and D. C. Murphy, Attorneys.
D ir e c t o r s — James D. Phelan, John A. Hooper, J. K. Moffltt, J. C. McKinstry, R. D. McElroy, Rudolph Spreckels, Chas. Holbrook,
Rolla V. Watt, Frank J. Devlin.

O f f ic e r s — James

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts_____
Overdrafts
........

___________________________ _

Rank premises, furniture and fixtures.....
Safe deposit vaults ............
........
Other real estate owned
........
.. .......
Due from reserve banks............
........
Due from other banks
Actual cash on hand.... .
................
Checks and other cash items ..
Other resources .

.....

________________

_______________ _ .

Savinga
department

Combined

$6,148,448 27
2.010,130 30
902,800 00

.....

.

........

........
.....

79,140
344,046
94,828
190,477
11,349

. ...

00
58
04
31
55

.....

Totals ______ ________ — _________ ______________________________________ _____ _________________

$9,871,220 05

LIABILITIES
Surplus .....
..
......
.. .........................
..
.......
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid________ _______ ______ ___________
______
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account________________________ —_
■Rills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)
Deposits, due to banks__ ____ ______ ___ __ ______ ____ _____________ '_
_
_______
___________
Dividends unpaid ___________________________ :_____________________ _ _____ _ ________ ______ _ __
Individual deposits subject to check____________________ _____ .
__ ___ _______ ____ _____ _
Demand certificates o f deposit__

_____ ______________

- __

___

__ _ __

_________

Certified checks _________ _______________ _________:____
__ ___ ____ - _____________ _______
Cashier’ s checks ______ - _______________ - __ —______________________
_________ _________ _ __
Postal savings deposits_____
Other liabilities

_________________________ _____ ___ _________ __ __ ___ _ _____
.......
. .... .

T o t a l s _____ ___________________




— __

__________________________________________________

$500,000 00
425,000 00
186,834 07

8,565,740 63
1,736 36
191,800 00
109 00
$9,871,220 05

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

16.

MARINE BANK— SAN FRANCISCO.

Incorporated November 24, 1890.
M. Perine, President; W. H. Marston, Vice-President; J. L. Sharp, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; W. H. Thomas,
Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary.
D ir e c t o r s — G. M. Perine, W. H. Marston, P. N. Belgrano, L. Fishbeck, Burt L. Davis.
O f f ic e r s — G.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts.

...

-

. ..

30.0C0 00
15,000 00

6,378 17
9,992 85

6,378 17
25,367 32

2,949 80
741 06

4,803 80
741 06
437 58

$155,581 04

$310,904 39

$100,000 00
25.0CO 00

$25,000 00
6,250 C
O
914 52

$125,0C0 00
31,250 C
O
914 52
2,798 35

58,741 30

58,741 30

62,874 79

62,874 79
525 00

15,374 47

...

-

LIABILITIES
. . .

. . .

15,000 00

437 58

.........

Actual cash on hand .....
Exchanges fo r clearing house

Capital stock paid In

$229,176 46

$108,094 88
30,000 00

..... .......

Other resources

$120,081 58

$155,323 35

Other real estate owned _ .
Due from reserve hanks _
.

_

Combined

1,854 C
O

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures.

_

Savings
department

.

.

.

2,798 35

Savings deposits ...

".......

...........

Time certificates o f deposit. ____

________

____

_ ______
_
525 00
27,000 00

Postal savings deposit?-

"

.............

.......

. ..
$165,323 35

N ote.— Changed name from Marine Trust and Savings Bank, December 2, 1914.




27,000 00
1,800 43

1,8C0 43

$155,581 04

$310,904 89

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

- RESOURCES

17.

COLUMBUS SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY— SAN FRANCISCO.

Incorporated January 18, 1893.
W. Heilman, Jr., President ; G. Bacigalupi, Vice-President; C. J. Deering, Vice-President; W . H. Hartwell, Secretary,
Treasurer, Manager and Cashier.
- . ..
D ir e c t o r s — I. W. Heilman, Jr., G. Bacigalupi, G. Cuneo, W. J. DeMartini, V. Garibaldi, David E. Bacigalupi, E. N. Torello, S. M.
Ehrman, Charles J. Deering.
O f f ic e r s — I.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Savings
department

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

$1,380,543 47

Overdrafts

735,115 88
101,976 78
8,000 00
13,176 84
354,872 76

Safe deposit vaults.
Other real estate owned
One from other bants

50,230 06
2,052 62
86 50
$2,646,054 91
LIABILITIES
Surplus
Undivided proflt,s, less expenses and taxes paid .
Other existing profits, collected, but, not in’ nndivided profits account
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money bonow ed)_______ ___________ _
Deposits, due to banks__ _________________________ ____ . . . ___ ___ . . . . _______________
Oividends unpaid
.. .
. .
........
._
.
.
...
Individual deposits subject to check__________________________ __________________________________
Savings deposits
Demand certificates o f deposit______ —_i_____;_________ _________________________________________
Certified checks ______________________ - _________________ . . . . ______ . _____ _________ — ......... ........
Cashier’s checks _________________________________________________________________________________
State, county and municipal deposits____________________________________________ ________________
Postal savings d ep osits...______________________________ __________________ ___________________...

$130,000
110,000
39,270
46,370

C
O
00
98
04

16 27
2,319,392 51
1,000 00

5 11
T otals ____ ___




_______________ ________ ___________ ________________________

__ ___ ______

$2,646,054 91

:
■

18.

UNION TRUST COMPANY OF SAN FRANCISCO—SAN FRANCISCO.
In corporated F ebru ary 6, 1893.

O f f ic e r s — Isa ia s W . H eilm an, P re s id e n t; I. W . Heilm an, Jr., V ic e -P r e s id e n t; C harles J. D eering,

S ecretary , T rea su rer an d C a sh ie r ;
W . C. F ife, A ssistan t C a s h ie r ; H.
D ir e c t o r s — Isa ia s W . H eilm an, I. W .
H olb rook , J a co b Stern, J. H en ry
P e rc y T. M organ.

V ic e -P r e s id e n t; H. V an Luven,
I. W . Heilm an, Jr., M a n a g e r ; C harles du P arc, A ssistan t C ashier an d A ssistan t S e c re ta r y ;
G. L arsh, A ssistant Cashier.
Heilm an, Jr., John D . Spreckels, T im oth y H opkins, G eorge A . P ope, J. D. F lood, Charles
M eyer, A. H. P ayson, W m . L. Gerstle, W m . F. H errin, E. S. H eller, C harles J. Deering,

___ ______________________ Statement of June 23, 1915.
Trust

RESOURCES

Commercial
$4,670,981 10
23,445 48
1,966,065 93
800,0U 00
0

1,691,385 01

2,554,590 69

_
.

.

$109,058 47
$500,000 00

994,262
121,693
4,049
405,130

71
31
80
91

52,802 97

46,956 21
468,949 46
37,416 45

6,650,420 92
871,503 01
37,416 45
1,339,746 89
121,693 31
4,049 80
405,130 91

345,484 18

900 00 Private trusts
not under
supervision o f
' 5,215,266 37 State Banking
1,162,867 01 Department
V
-------- y
--------- f

5,215,266 37
1,162,867 01

$11,555,701 53

$7,485,218 47

$109,058 47

$33,451,240 96

$570,000 00
750,000 00
151,253 92

$430,000 00
500,000 00
178,825 36

$100,000 00
400,000 00

$100,000 00

$1,200,000 00
1,650,000 00
339,137 75

9,058 47

25,000 00

25,000 00

2,282,127 91
9,064,382 63
10,447,876 17
125,876 00
282,800 00
17,264 07
68,873 43
568,750 00
113,628 61
315,305 92

9,054,382 63
10,447,876 17

..

...............

125,876
282,800
17,264
68,873
568,750
113,628
315,305

00
00
07
43
00
61
92

Deposits o f money received from executors, administrators, guardians,

25,174 98 Private trusts
not under
900 00 supervision o f
StateBanking
6,934,143 49 Department
,-------- '

Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers
Trusts held as executor, administrator, guardian, assignee, receiver or

Totals___________________________________________________________________ $14,300,262 49




900 00

$14,300,262 49

2,282,127 91

.

75
48
09
00

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in...
Surplus .
" .......

Cashier’s checks..

$11,636,222
23,445
4,629,715
1,300,000

52,862 97

Trusts invested under order o f court nr} (Personal property
in accordance with provisions o f t,rust( (Real property
T otals.

Combined
Private trusts

$6,965,241 65

4,912,079 70
402,553 55

Court trusts

$11,556,701 53

$7,485,21S 47

$109,058 47

25,174 98
900 00
6,934,143 49
$33,451,240 96

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Loans and discounts- _________ __________ _________________ _________
Overdrafts ___ ___________________________ ..___
Bonds, warrants and other securities
Bank nremises. furniture and fixtures
....
Safe deposit vaults_______ _ ________
Due from trusts, secured advances____
.
____________ ____________
Other real estate owned________________________ _ _______
Due from reserve banks_________________ ______ . . . .
.
_
Due from other banks__________ _____ _____ ______ __________
Due from U. T . C o .. Commercial Department
Actual cash on hand_______________________________________________ _______
Exchanges for clearing house
_
Checks and other cash items .
..
.
Other resources______ _
______________ . . . ______ ___
Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers
or trustees____________________________ ____________________________ ____

Savings

21.

“ THE MISSION BANK” — SAN FRANCISCO.
Incorporated February 7, 1903.

O fficers — James Rolph, Jr., President; F. B. Anderson, Vice-President; Stuart F. Smith, Secretary, Treasurer, Manager and Cash­

ier ; H. A. Thayer, Assistant Cashier.

D irectors — James Rolph, Jr., F. B. Anderson, George L. Center, "William H. Crim, E. W. Hopkins, Stuart F. Smith, William Babcock.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts____________________________________________________________________

$1,030,924
650
189,161
168,183
22,500

51
83
47
66
00

213,035
927
139,098
49,813
1,688
16,665

Safe deposit vaults___ _____________________________________________________ ____ ______




Savings
department

Commercial
department

91
52
34
18
30
30

$1,832,649 02
LIABILITIES
$200,000 00
50,000 00
45,191 70

160 50
1,384,072 21
610 00
40,650 00
19,262 07
5,580 37
85,000 00
2,122 17
$1,832,649 02

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

RESOURCES

25, 25B, 25C, 25E, 25F, 25G, 25H, 25K AND 25L.

BANK OF IT A L Y — SAN FRANCISCO.

Incorporated August 10, 1904.
O f f ic e r s — L. Scatena, President; J. H. Skinner, Vice-President; A. P. Giannini, Vice-President; J. J. Fagan, Vice-President; A. H.
Giannini, Vice-President; S. Guasti, Vice-President; J. F. Cavagnaro, Secretary; A. Pedrini, Treasurer and Cashier; A. J. Ferroggiaro, W. E. Blauer, F. Kronenberg, Jr., J. C. Lipman, C. W. Bell, L. H. Castle, A. A. Micheletti, A. J. Gock, I. S. Metzler,
J. H. Boccardo, S. E. Manatt and F. A. Ferroggiaro, Assistant Cashiers; H. Schlewiensky, Manager Foreign Department.
D ir e c t o r s — L. Scatena, A. P. Giannini, A. H. Giannini, L. D. Bacigalupi, G. E. Caglieri, James Fugazi, J. J. Fagan, Geo. J. Gian­
nini, Chas. F. Grondona, Adolph Levy, N. A. Pellerano, J. H. Skinner, J. W. Macdonald, P. J. Dreher, S. B. Fugazi, P. C. Hale,
J. Lagomarsino, G. Ferro, S. Guasti, A. Pedrini, N. Pease.
Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

Totals

_

. ...

... ....

_

243,493 11
3,000 00
166 42
86 00

$11,898,186 30
5,566 80
3,170,978 75
726,446 90
120,884 69
159,055 72
1,573,539 01
36,820 94
716,140 83
155,961 38
54,813 30
242,698 61

$12,578,721 70

$18,861,093 23

$525,000 00
101,000 00
14,253 50

$725,000 00
52,100 00
258,835 10

$1,250,000 00
153,100 00
273,088 60

......................... ........

___

49
80
00
49
00

889,983
36,820
472,647
152,961
54,646
242,612

Deposits, due to hanks.
.
.
‘
Dividends unpaid
Individual deposits subject, to check
Savings deposits
.
.....
Demand certificates o f deposit.
Time certificates o f deposit.
.....
Certified checks
_
Cashier’s checks
State, county and municipal deposits_______ ______________________ ______ ________________ _______
Postal savings deposits
.
Other liabilities
T
___
... .
Totals

$7,772,245 81

$4,125,940
5,566
100,000
144,591
56,600

________

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in _ ..........
Surplus
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid— .............................. .............

Combined

22
94
72
38
88
61

516,507 63
95 00
4,660,706 43
108,924 66
96,818 89
59,897 42

3,070,978
581,855
64,284
159,055
683,555

75
41
69
72
79

10,611,865 96
300,113 45
582,502 77
48,304 42

199,168 00
$6,282,371 53

$12,578,721 70

516,507 63
95 00
4,660,706 43
10,611,865 96
108,924 66
300,113 45
96,818 89
59,897 42
582,502 77
48,304 42
199,168 00
$18,861,093 23

N ote.— The above statement includes the business of the Market street, Montgomery street, San Jose, San Mateo and Dos Angeles

branch offices.



cn

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

.... ................. ................... ; ___
Loans and discounts.............. .............._..............
Overdrafts
Bonds, warrants, and other securities...
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures__________________________________________________________
Safe deposit vaults.
.. ..
Other real estate owned
..
.......
Due from reserve hanks
Due from other banks______________
Actual cash on h,and_
..
.
Exchanges fo r clearing house
._ ....
Checks and other cash items
___
Other resources

Savings
department

$6,282,371 53

RESOURCES

i

26.

MERCANTILE TRUST COMPANY OP SAN FRANCISCO— SAN FRANCISCO.

Incorporated April 18, 1899.
T. Scott, President; Prank G. Drum, Vice-President; John D. McKee, Vice-President; O. Ellinghouse, Cashier,
Secretary and Treasurer; Allen Knight, Assistant Secretary; W. P. Berry, Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary; Thos. M.
Patterson, Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary; P. O. Cooke, Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary; R. M. Sims,
Trust Officer; Paul McDonald, Assistant Trust Officer.
D ir e c t o r s — Henry T. Scott, John D. McKee, William Babcock, H. C. Breeden, Warren D. Clark, W. P. Detert, P. G. Drum, Alexan­
der Hamilton, William I. Brobeck, Joseph D. Grant, Joseph Hyman, John Lawson, Ogden Mills, R. H. Pease, R. D. Robbins,
Mountford S. Wilson, Chas. E. Green.
O f f ic e r s — Henry

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Trust
Commercial

Savings
Court trusts

Loans and discounts____________ ___________________ ____ ______ - . . _______
O verdrafts____________________________________
___________ ____________
___________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures___________ . . ________
Safe-deposit vaults_________ ____ _ _____ __
________ . . .
______
Other real estate owned___________________________________________ - ________
Due from reserve banks___________ _______ _______ _ ______________
_______
Actual cash on hand__________________________ ___________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_______ - _______________ __________
__________
Cheeks and other finish items
_
Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers

Totals___
LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in____________________________________________ _________
Surplus

Private trusts

Combined

$4,500 00

$140,000 00

$144,500 00

248,586 70

125,000 00

373,586 70

35,000 00

311,018 82

525,769 80
276,018 82

525,769 80

.
2,167 86
*
153,532 80 Private trusts
not under
supervision of
6,874,630 05 StateBanking
1,009,439 73 Department

2,167 86
153,532 80
6,874,630 05
1,009,439 73

$9,094,645 76

$300,000 00

$9,394,645 76

$700,000 00
75,000 00
274,861 74

$300,000 00

$1,000,000 00
75,000 00
274,861 74

Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)_

Savings deposits. ._ _______ _____________ - _____________
_____ _____
Demand certificates o f deposit_______________ - _____________ ________________
Time certificates o f deposit__ _
_
______ __
___ ____ -_______ - _______
Cashier’s checks. ____________________________________ ____ :________________
State, county and municipal deposits_________ ________________ _____________
Postal savings deposits____________________ _________________________________
Deposits o f money received from executors, administrators, guardians,
Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers
or trustees___ ______________ _____________________________ _________ __
_
Trusts held as executor, administrator, guardian, assignee, receiver or




7,181 44

A

Private trusts
not under
153,532 80 supervision of
StateBanking
7,884,069 78 Department
V
J
$9,094,645 76

$300,000 00

7,181 44

153,532 80
7,884,069 78
$9,394,645 76

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

RESOURCES

27.

THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE— SAN FRANCISCO AGENCY.

Incorporated by Royal Charter May 15, 1867.
President; Z. A. Lash, Esq., Vice-President; Bruce Heathcote, Manager San Francisco Agency.
G. F. Galt, Esq., J. W. Flavelle, Esq., Alexander Laird, Esq., A. Kingman, Esq., Wm. Farwell, Esq.,
Hon. Sir Lyman Melvin Jones, Gardner Stevens, Esq., Hon. C. W. Edwards, A. C. Flumerfeld, Esq., E. R. Wood, Esq., Geo. G.
Foster, Esq., Robert Stuart, Esq., Chas. Colby, Esq., Sir John Morrison Gibson, G. W. Allen, Esq., H. J. Fuller, Esq., F. P.
Jones, Esq.

O f f ic e r s -—Sir Edmund Walker,
D ir e c t o r s — John Hoskin, Esq.,

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Savings
department

Commercial
department
$4,551,226 32
9,323 43
189,764 90
103,867
236,650
97,699
673,897
61,606
1,808
579,904

60
07
98
30
73
42
15

'$6,505,748 80
LIABILITIES.
Surplus

7




$750,000 00
250,000 00
155,965 27
1,290,680 91
2,822,015 97
1,275
577,768
17,426
24,603

59
71
04
57

616,012 74
$6,505,748 80

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF- BANKS.

RESOURCES

30 AND 30A.

INTERNATIONAL BANKING CORPORATION— SAN FRANCISCO BRANCH.

Incorporated June 14, 1901, under laws of the state of Connecticut.
H. Hubbard, President; James Pearon, Vice-President; John Hubbard, Treasurer; H. T. S. Green, General Man­
ager ;. E. W. Wilson, Local Manager; C. E. Baen, Local Assistant Manager.
D ir e c t o r s — Chas. B. Alexander, Jules S. Bache, Guy Cary, James S. Fearon, Haley Fiske, H. T. S. Green, Lionel Hagenaers,
John R. Hegeman, William G. Henshaw, Erskine Hewitt, John Hubbard, Thomas H. Hubbard, Colgate Hoyt, Henry P. Mc­
Intosh, George H. Macy, Pierre Mali, Henry S. Manning, Allan W. Paige, Wm. Salomon, Hermann Seilken, William H. Taylor,
Sir Wm. Van Horne, Valentine P. Snyder, Henry Clay Pierce.

O f f ic e r s — Thos.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts____ ____ .
Overdrafts
. . . . .
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
_ ............
.
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
. ..
Safe deposit vaults________ __________________ _________ __ _______________ _ __________
Other real estate owned
. _ ..........
Due from reserve banks_____
Due from other banks.
...
.
Actual cash on hand .
_
Exchanges fo r clearing house________ ____________________ ____ ________________________________
Checks and other cash items
. _
.
.... _ .
Other resources
....
........................ .
Totals

...

_ ...

Savings
department

$1,824,114 15
22,407 14
196,479 55
1,600
225,190
259,004
278,482
61,332
82,943
155,447

00
80
55
20
77
12
38

$803,168 73
692,698 66

103,258 02
29,351 67
818 78
531 39

Combined
$2,627,282 88
22,407 14
889,178 21
1,600
328,448
259,004
307,833
62,151
82,943
155,978

00
82
55
87
55
12
77

$3,107,001 66

$1,629,827 25

$4,736,828 91

$350,000 00
10,000 O
O
*3,944 77

$150,000 00
5,000 O
O
17,874 47

$500,000 00
15,000 00
13,929 70

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid in -

. ..

.....

Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
. . .
Other existing profits, collected, hut. not in undivided profits account _
... .........
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)_____________________
Deposits, due to hanks. ...
............
Dividends unpaid
______
. ..
. ....
- . .
Individual deposits subject to check ...
.........
_
.
Ravings deposits
. ..
....
. _
Demand certificates o f deposit
_
...............
_ ...
Time certificates o f deposit
Certified checks
. .
....
. ..
.
Cashier’s checks
..
...
State, county and municipal deposits
Postal savings deposits________________________________________________________________ ________ _
Other liabilities
......
Totals

..............

.

N ote.— T he above statement includes the business o f the Fillmore street branch office.

♦Deficit.



573,400 19

573,400 19

1,639,525 97
15,960
270,941
38,106
61,565

47
69
30
44

1,456,791 78

1,639,525
1,456,791
15,960
270,941
38,106
61,565

97
78
47
69
30
44

151,446 37

161 00

151,607 37

$3,107,001 66

$1,629,827 25

$4,736,828 91

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

31 AND 31A.

ITALIAN AMERICAN BANK— SAN FRANCISCO.

Incorporated March 16, 1899.
Sbarboro, President; C. H. Crocker, Vice-President; A. E. Sbarboro, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; R. A.
Sbarboro, Assistant Cashier; G. J. Panario, Assistant Cashier; V. L. Puccinelli, Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — Andrea Sbarboro, L. Boitano, L. Demartini, G. Garibaldi, M. J. Fontana, C. A. Malm, A. J. Merle, E. A. Rossi, C. H.
Crocker.
O f f ic e r s — Andrea

Statement of June 23, 1915.
RESOURCES

Commercial
department

Loans and discounts______ ________ _____________________________________________ _________ ___
O verdrafts__________________________________________________________ _______
_____
Bonds, warrants, and other securities. .. . _
_ ___
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________________ ____________ ____________
Safe deposit vaults _ _
..
..
Other real estate owned______________ ________________________ ________________ ___ ______ „ _______
Due from reserve banks_____________________________________________________
_________________
Due from other banks___ ____________________ ;_______________
__ ___
______
. __
Actual cash on hand___________________________________________________________ _ ___________ .
Exchanges fo r clearing house
_
...
Checks and other cash items
Other resources __________________________________________________________________________________

$1,052,918
3,453
365,121
106,000
410
230,481
26,440
219,971
27,217
5,048
34,910

__________________

_____________________________________________ _____________

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid in__
Surplus
.......
_.
.........
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Other existing profits, collected, hut not in'undivided profits account.,
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)
Deposits, due to hanks ....... _
Dividend’s unpaid ......
Individual deposits subject, to check.
.....
Savings deposits
.
..
..
................
Demand certificates o f deposit
.......
Time certificates o f deposit
Certified checks _____________________________________ - ____________________________ _________
Cashier’s checks
......
....
...........
. _ ..
State, county and municipal deposits
Postal savings deposits______________ __________________________________________ _______________
Other liabilities .... ......
...
_
_
T otals

...................

_

. . . . . .

N ote.— The above statement includes the business of the Columbus avenue branch office.




Combined

71
02
14
00

$2,847,139 48

$3,900,058 19
3,453 02
903,946 46
456,000 00

25
11
74
47
40
21
16

111,237 58
220,759 37
85,294 23

111,647 83
451,240 48
26,440 74
305,265 70
27,217 40
5,048 21
34,910 16

$2,071,972 21

$4,153,255 98

$6,225,228 19

$470,000 00
120,000 00
34,076 04

$280,000 00
70,000 00
72,122 01

$750,000 00
190,000 00
106,198 05

538,825 32
350,000 00

'

67,018 20
180 00
1,018,503 55
8,612
22,800
14,836
13,048
260,871
32,597
9,429

02
00
64
07
55
13
01

$2,071,972 21

3,731,133 97

$4,153,255 98

67,018 20
180 00
1,018,503 55
3,731,133 97
8,612 02
22,800 00
14,836 64
13,048 07
260,871 55
32,597 13
9,429 01
$6,225,228 19

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Totals _____

Savings
department

to
35.

THE MISSION SAVINGS BANK— SAN FRANCISCO.

°

Incorporated August 3, 1906.
Rolph, Jr., President; E. W. Hopkins, Vice-President; Matt I. Sullivan, Vice-President; Stuart F. Smith, Secre­
tary ; DeWitt C. Treat, Treasurer, Cashier and Assistant Secretary.
D ir e c t o r s — James Rolph, Jr., E. W. Hopkins, Matt I. Sullivan, Stuart F. Smith, Geo. L. Center, Wm. H. Crim, George A. Pope.

O f f ic e r s — Janies

Statement of June 23, 1915.

T,nans and discounts
Overdrafts .
...

.......

.
.

Other resources .

...

..

.................... _
.

.

..

_ .. ..
...
...

...
._
..........

........

..............

218,344 78
189,260 57

......
_
.
.......
• .

Combined

$1,670,853 85

...

■Rank premises, furniture and fixtures
Safe deposit vaults
..
. . ____
Due from reserve hanks
.....
Due from other hanks.. ....

.

Savings
department

.........

1,428 66
92,576 83
52,671
2,892
60
170

42
94
78
00

$2,228,259 83

—

LIABILITIES.

Other existing1profits, collected, hut not In"undivided Drofits account




$200,000
6,500
11,532
45,884

00
00 . . . . . . . . -----------67
59

1,941,684 49

20,000 00
2,658 08
$2,228,259 83

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

36, 36A, AND 36B.

“ FUGAZI BANCA POPOLARE OPERAIA ITALIANA ’ ’ —SAN FRANCISCO.

Incorporated November 3, 1906.
F. Fugazi, President; F. N. Belgrano, Vice-President, Cashier; Geo. M. Perine, Vice-President; K. T. Soracco, Secre­
tary ; Antonio Laiolo, Treasurer; L. G. Bonzagni, Manager Oakland branch; N. J. Baglietto, M. F. Roesti, J. H. Barter, Assist­
ant Cashiers; C. F. Rilliet, Assistant Manager Oakland branch; George W. Bruno, Assistant Cashier Oakland branch; Santa
Barbara branch, U. Dardi, N. J. Baglietto, Joint Managers.
D ir e c t o r s — J. F. Fugazi, F. N. Belgrano, George M. Perine, C. Soracco, A. Laiolo, Dr. Camillo Barsotti, Giovanni Piuma, Thos.
Morrin.

O f f ic e r s — J.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Combined

Loans and discounts__________________________ „____________________ ______________________ :_________
"Ronds, warrants, and other securities.

$3,738,659 75
323,942 58
295,858 21

■$4,105,841 99
220 72
328,612 12
295,858 21

24
11
57
35
00
33

43,461 04
612,747 23
81,689 31
108,790 81
1,250 65
3,917 33
10 00

43,461
789,045
98,282
154,020
4,978
4,216
2,937

$617,147 10

$5,210,326 91

$5,827,474 01

$50,000 00
20,500 00
13,531 27

$384,900 00
71,460 00
80,444 21

$434,900 00
91,960 00
93,975 48

1,530 85

17,030 20
- 95 00

$367,182 24
220 72
4,669 54

Safa deposit vaults
Due from other b a n l r s ...................

.

................

Exchanges fo r elearing house.........................
Other resources ___________________ ________—

______ ____ ___________________ ______ ___________

Totals _____________________ ____________ _____ ___ ______________________ ______________________

176,298
16,593
45,229
3,727
299
2,927

04
47
42
88
00
33
S3

LIABILITIES.
Surplus

........

"

Deposits, due to banks

..........

"

............ - --

- -

-.... --

481,019 59
16,252.00
23,350 00
2,042 55
3,057 06

4,652,869 70

18,561
95
481,019
4,652,869
16,252
23,350
2,042
3,057

05
00
59
70
00
00
55
06

State, county and municipal deposits____ ________________________ _ . . . _____ ___________■_____
_
_
5,863 78
T otals ____________ —

__________! __________________________________________________________
_

3,527 80

9,391 58

$617,147 10

$5,210,326 91

$5,827,474 01

N ote.— The above statement includes the business of the Oakland and Santa Barbara branch offices.




REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Savings
department

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

38 AND 38A.

PORTUGUESE AMERICAN BANK OF SAN F R A N C IS C O -S A N FRANCISCO.

w
to

Incorporated November 29, 1905.
O f f ic e r s —-J. A. Silviera, President; John Enas, Vice-President; J. L. Silviera, Vice-President; V. L. De Figueiredo, Secretary and
Casnier; Jose Baptista, Treasurer; Alf. Henas, Assistant Cashier; M. T. Bettencourt, Assistant Cashier; James B. Feehan,
Attorney.
D ir e c t o r s — A. Avila, J. L. Silviera, John Enas, A. F. Nunes, J. M. Santana, B. Sherry, J. A. Silviera, M. S. Frietas, J. B. Mendonca,
M. M. Enos, J. J. Enos.
• Statement of June 23, 1915.

Doans and discounts____________________ ______________________________________

T>iie from reserve hnnlrs................

. . ...

____ ________ —

_

................................... ... ... .

$503,537
437
113,000
14,649

Savings
department
49
36
00
90

"

.

......................

.............................................

.

N ote.— The above statement includes the business of the Oakland branch office.




1,623 19

—

$1,054,816 01

$1,820,287 18

$100,000 00
19,000 00
17,489 17

$325,000 00
42,500 00
23,759 79

..

00
85
56
04

6,282
6,000
13,346
3,694
86,000

..

49
36
00
90
00
00
51
74
99

$765,471 17

25,000
80,108
474
289,794

T otals

21,876 59

$1,294,987
437
170,000
126,649
5,400
16,000
124,212
3,709
77,266

$225,000 00
23,500 00
6,270 62

_____________________________________________ -____________
LIABILITIES.

Surplus

57.000 00
112,000 00
5,400 00
16.000 00
51,089 42

73,123 09
3,709 74
55,390 40
1,623 19

Totals ___________ - ____________

$791,450 00

Combined

00
00
47
63
00

$765,471 17

893,328 84

$1,054,816 01

25,000
80,108
474
289,794
893,326
6,282
6,000
13,346
3,694
111,000

00
85
56
04
84
00
O
O
47
63
O
O

$1,820,287 18

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

40.

FIRST FEDERAL TRUST COMPANY— SAN FRANCISCO.

Incorporated August 23, 1907.
Officers— Rudolph Spreckels, President; Jos. G. Hooper, Vice-President; James K. Lynch, Vice-President; Clinton E. Worden,
Vice-President; James K. Moffitt, Secretary and Cashier; C. H. McCormick, Treasurer; Joseph G. Hooper, Manager; M. R.
Clark, Assistant Cashier ; R. R. Pardow, Assistant Secretary.
D ir e c t o r s — Rudolph Spreckels, James K. Lynch, Clinton E . Worden, Joseph G. Hooper, James K. Moffitt, John A. Hooper, Thos.
Jennings, Walter S. Martin, S. G. Murphy, James D. Phelan, Geo. A. Kennedy, M. L. Requa, John W. Van Bergen, Rolla V.
Watt, Geo. Whittell.
Statement of June 23, 1915.

Trust
RESOURCES

Commercial

Savings

Court trusts

Private trusts

$2,235,412 16

$2,235,412 16
1,162,129 24
2,000,000 00

Totals

173,006 63
4,060 00

97 50

$6,823,411 38

......

297,328 75

297,328 75 Private trusts
not under
supervision o f
787,404 60 StateBanking
192,410 00 Department

787,404 60
192,410 00

$1,635,954 83

$100,000 00

$8,559,366 21

$150,000 00
25,000 00

$100,000 00

$1,500,000 00
95,000 00
241,441 34
20,515 59

LIABILITIES.
Surplus _

$1,443,934 09
2,000,000 00
1,247,945 24
354,833 87

97 50

____

-

$100,000 00

$1,250,000
70,000
241,441
20,515

00
00
34
59

555,464 02
2,264,966 30

555,464 02
2,264,966 30

1,285,438 00

1,285,438 00

1,728 99
337,310 56
2,998 43

1,728 99
337,310 56
2,998 43

293,224 16

293,224 16

500,000 0O
323 99

500,000 00
323 99

Bonds outstanding on lot and building at corner Post and Montgomery
Deposits o f money received from executors, administrators, guardians,

41,508 73 Private trusts
not under
297,328 75 supervision of
StateBanking
1,122,117 35 Department
V
-------- y
-------- '

Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers
Trusts held as executor, administrator, guardian, assignee, receiver or




$6,823,411 38

$1,635,954 83

$100,000 00

41,508 73
297,328 75
1,122,117 35
$8,559,366 21

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Trusts invested under order o f court or} (Personal property..

$181,804 85

1,074,938 61
350,833 87
Other resources______ _ __ __ __ ... _. __ ...
_
_
. ___
___
Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers
or trustees___ ______________ ________
__ _____ . . . . . . _. __

Combined

41.

CANTON BANK— SAN FRANCISCO.

Incorporated October 1, 1907.
Tin Eli, President; Lew Hing, Vice-President; Chun Kew, Secretary; Mark Thue, Treasurer; I. P. Allen, Man­
ager ; E. V. Spiganovicz, Cashier; Yee Dan Young, Assistant Secretary.
D ir e c t o r s — Look Tin Eli, Lew Hing, Tom Youn, Yee Dan Young, Ng He Wing, Lee Dock Wah, Hoo Jansen, Ham Ong, Chun Kew,
Leong Wing, Mark Thue.
O f f ic e r s — Look

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Tjoans and. d iscou n ts..............
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
Rank premises, furniture *nd fixtures

. .. _
. . .

Other real estate owned .................
Due from reserve banks. ,
Due from other hanks.
Actual cash on hand .

...

.

_

..

...
...............

. . .
_

......... .

$543,892
1,608
167,173
4,203
1,761

Savings
department
14
95
62
46
39

109,959 27
614 60
49,491 10
3,728 77
530 90
3,138 39

........

$886,102 59
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid in.
........... .
............................. '
Surplus
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
.....
Other existing profits, collected, hut not. in nndivided profits account
Rills payahle (including certificates o f deposit, representing money borrowed)
Deposits", due ’ to banks...........Dividends unpaid
_ ..................
.
.
....

$123,650 00
2,198 04
23,621 88
65,009
17,432
492
265,666
31,410
344,226
6,214
6,190

Savings deposits

Cashier's checks
.
State, countv and municiDal denosits
Postal savings deposits "
.
Other liabilities *




.....
..

____
___

■
.

. _
......^ ..
_

C
O
54
00
94
09
38
16
56

_
_
$886,102 59

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

43, 43A AND 430.

ANGLO CALIFORNIA TRUST COMPANY— SAN FRANCISCO.

Incorporated April 12, 1909.
Fleishhacker, President; H. Fleishhacker, Vice-President; J. W . Lilienthal, Vice-President; T. C. Tognazzini, VicePresident ; Charles F. Leege, Vice-President; F. F. Ouer, Treasurer and Cashier; Herbert Blumenthal, Assistant Cashier;
F. V. Vollmer, Assistant Cashier; C. L. Smith, Assistant Cashier; Louis Sutter, Assistant Cashier ; M. P. Lilienthal, Secretary;
Grant Cordrey, Trust Officer and Assistant Secretary.
D ir e c t o r s — George I. Cochran, Herbert Fleishhacker, Mortimer Fleishhacker, S. Greenebaum, Mark L. Gerstle, Chas. F. Leege,
Jesse W. Lilienthal, J. J. Mack, Chas. C. Moore, Gavin McNab, Warren R. Porter, R. D. Robbins, Adolfo Stahl, T. C. Tog­
nazzini, P. Zimmerman.
O f f ic e r s -—M.

_______

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Trust

RESOURCES

Commercial

Loans and discounts __ ___ ____.___ __________ ____ _________________
O verdrafts___ ___ - _ ___ _
_,
_
_
__
_
____________
Bonds, warrants and other securities ________
____ _________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures ___
_ ______ _________________ ___
Safe deposit vau lts..
____ _
___ _ ___ _____ _ _ _______ _ ___
Other real estate owned. _
..
______ ____ _____ _
______ _______
_ ______ ______
Due from reserve banks..
— _ _ _ _ _ _ _______
Due from other banks________________ _____ ______, ............. ___'____________ _
___ _____ __ _____
_ _____ __
Actual cash on hand
...
Exchanges for clearing house _
Checks and other cash items.—_ _____
___ ____ ____ __ _ _ __ _ ___
Other resources______
__ _______________ _____ __
_ _ _______
Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers
or trustees

$3,897,685 33
2,293 16
589,501 28
54,367 84

$2,633,415 81

19,151 71
1,230,437 14
220,785 59
501,571 31
126,652 68
3,083 84
174,130 37

16,000 O
O
943,125 56

j

Court trusts

Private trusts

$40,000 00

$70,500 00

1,419,332 O
O

26,700 00

150,000 00
10,000 00
30,265 97

8,396 80
627 69

114,013 49
268 25
104,114 95

f_

3,284 21
_ _

_ _

Private trusts
not under
supervision o f
210,953 95 StateBanking
102,925 00 Department
$6,769,760 25

$5,230,270 06

$544,144 92

$109,508 70

$1,000,000 O
O
130,000 00
19,084 45
1,972 95

$200,000 00
200,000' C
O
66,317 85

$200,000 00

$100,000 O
O

Combined
$5,641,601 14
2,293 16
1,985,623 28
204,367 84
10,000 00
35,151 71
2,173,562 70
259,448 36
616,212 49
126,662 68
3,352 09
281,529 53
_ _

_ _

210,953 95
102,925 00
$12,653,683 93

LIABILITIES
.Surplus

Notes rediscounted__
_ _ _ _ _
_ __1__ __
Deposits, due to banks___ ___ _ _ _
_
Savings deposits

__ _

_ _____ _

______

_________
___ _ _

__

__ _ __ _
_ _ _

__________ _ —____

___

Certified cheeks.
____„_ _
_
_ _ _______ _ ___ _____ _______
__ ___
Cashier’s checks __ ____ _ __ . ___________ _ _ ___________ ______
State, county and municipal deposits _ _ __ _____ _
_____ _______________
Incompleted building and loans'_____
______________ ______ ______ _______
Postal savings deposits____________________
— _______
_______ ________
Other liabilities_____________ _______________ _____ _________________________
Reserve fo r taxes_____
__
__
. . . ___________ _
___
______
Deposits o f money received from executors, administrators, guardians,
assignees, receivers or trustees ....................................
_
____________ _
Persona] assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers
or trustees________
_ _ _
___ ___________________________
____ _
Trusts held as executor, administrator, guardian, assignee, receiver or
trustee, under order or decree o f any court___________________ _ „ ______

7,602 94

1,866,640 88
447 00
2,960,077 56
3,788
472,898
25,288
19,352
231,000

83
21
25
26
O
O

33,932 87
5,276 98

$1,500,000
330,000
93,005
1,972

00
00
24
96

1,866,640 88
447 00
2,960,077 56
4,568,915 44
3,788 83
472,898 21
25,288 25
19,352 26
283,500 00
36,985 00

4,588,915 44

52,500 00
36,985 00
103,027 43
2,524 34

1,905 76
18,181 73 Private trusts
not under
supervision of
StateBanking
325,963 19 Department

136,980 30
9,707 08

_ _

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Totals

Savings

18*181 73

325,963 19-

V

T ota ls.—

______

N o t e .— The

___ _____________ _______________________

_

$6,769,760 25

$5,230,270 06

$544,144 92

$109,508 70

$12,653,683 93

above statement includes the business of Mission and Sixteenth streets and Panama-Pacific International Exposition
branch offices.
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to

_ _

_

45.

“ THE STOCKTON SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY” — STOCKTON.

Incorporated August 13, 1867.
E. Wilhoit, President; A. W. Simpson, Vice-President; T. E. Connolly, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; T. H.
Hefferman .A.ssist£Lnt Cstshior
D ir e c t o r s — R. E. Wilhoit, Geo. W. Grupe, Chas. P. Holman, M. H. Orr, J. F. Peters, Albert T. Minahen, John A, Inglis, A. W.
Simpson, E. L. Wilhoit, Thos. E. Connolly, Chas. J. Haas, Wm. Steinbeck.

O f f ic e r s — R.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Savings
department

$778,794 04
5,123 49
121,666 76

Exchanges for clearing house____ - ----------------------------------------------------- ------ —---------------------------------

42,351
30,563
107,630
11,296

06
13
54
Q
9

$1,097,425 11

Combined

$3,292,459 96
151,873
282,500
15,700
1,835
214,711
2,362
66,652
1,950

60
00
00
60
46
51
14
00

$4,030,045 27

$4,071,254
5,123
273,540
282,500
15,700
1,835
257,032
32,925
174,282
13,246

00
49
36
00
00
60
52
64
68
09

$5,127,470 38

LIABILITIES
$225,000
56,250
2,591
8,689
50,000
26,979
1,254
658,400

00
00
98
18
00
77
00
53

$275,000 00
73,750 00
158,719 42
82,609 33

3,322,585 80
66,677 63
1,582 02

$500,000
130,000
161,311
91,298
50,000
28,979
1,254
658,400
3,322,585
66,677

00
00
40
51
00
77
00
53
80
63

1,582 02
116,000 00

116,000 00

1,380 72
Totals

...




........

..

_ ___

$1,097,425 11

1,380 72

$4,030,045 27

$5,127,470 38

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

46, 46A AND 46B.

OAKLAND BANK OF SAVINGS— OAKLAND.

Incorporated August 21, 1867.
W, Garthwaite, President; Wm. B. Dunning, Vice-President; Henry Rogers, Vice-President; W. K. Cole, VicePresident; J. Y. Eccleston, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; Samuel Breck, Assistant Cashier; Leslie F. Rice, Assistant
Cashier; F. A. Allardt, Assistant Cashier; A. W. Moore, Assistant Cashier; Jas. A. Thompson, Assistant Secretary; A. E.
Caldwell, Assistant Secretary; D. A. Bulmore, Trust Officer; A. G. Tasheira, Attorney.
D ir e c t o r s — W. W. Garthwaite, Wm. B. Dunning, Henry Rogers, J. Y. Eccleston, A. Borland, A. H. Breed, George H. Collins, Horace
Davis, W. K. Cole, James K. Moffitt, M. L. Requa.
O f f ic e r s —W.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Trust

RESOURCES

Commercial

Savings

Combined
Court trusts

T otals.

$13,512,005 87
5,529,169 15
1,131,379 80
18,361
1,257,057
2,357
395,379

$148,514 59

58
47
90
66

$100,000 00

1,485 41
42,680 79

99
85
05
80

18,361 58
1,854,533 58
343,400 66
876,003 39
72,836 52
10,194 24
56,118 02

■
*

1 00
30,495 50 Private trusts
not under
supervision o f
426,814 79 StateBanking
• 4,500 00 Department
l
J

30,495 50
426,814 79
4,500 00

$4,548,289 37

Capital stock paid in
Surplus „. . '
.

...

.

LIABILITIES
_

.

Deposits, due to hanks
Dividends unpaid
Savings deposits
Special d eposit.
Time certificates o f deposit
Certified checks___ —_______
.
____ ___________________
________
Cashier’s checks
...
State, county and municipal deposits
Postal savings deposits
Other liabilities—
......... ..........
............
. . ______ _____ _
_______
Deposits o f money received from executors, administrators, guardians,
assignees,- receivers or trustees.. ..
Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers
or trustees
_ . ...
Trusts held as executor, administrator, guardian, assignee, receiver or

Totals______________________ ____________________ ___________ ___________

$21,845,712 43

$654,491 08

$100,000 00

$27,148,492 88

$250,000 00
600,000 00
9,446 57

$700,000 00
375,000 00
476,722 57

$100,000 00
50,000 00

$100,000 00

$1,150,000 00
1,025,000 00
486,169 14

222,434 58
120 00
2,566,511 38

105,726 42

328,161 00
120 00
2,575,109 38
19,567,020 79
103,973 19
135,000 00
2,000 00
9,267 54
108,672 83
737,765 80

8,598 00
19,567,020 79.

103,973 19
135,000 00
2,000 00

9,267 54
108,672 83
127,131 65

610,634 15

415,731 63

10 50

39,495 50

$4,548,289 37

$21,845,712 43

415,742 IS
Private trusts
not under
supervision o f
StateBanking
473,995 58 Department
$554,491 08

$100,000 00
.

N o t e .— The

$15,494,971
2,469
6,569,410
1,388,379

above statement includes the business of the Seventh Street and Berkeley branch offices.




39,495 50
473,995 58
$27,148,492 88

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS

Loans and discounts............... ........................ . . . _______ ____ ___
_____ $1,982,966 03
Overdrafts . . . . —_____________
______
..
.
____ . __________
2,469 85
Bonds, warrants and other securities
791,726 31
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures................................. .....................................
257,000 00
Safe deposit vaults._____ ______
__________ . . ............... ........... ...........
Other reial estate owned_________ ______________ _____ _____________________
Due from reserve banks
595,930 70
Due from other banks____ — .......................... ............ .................. .......... . ..
298,364 97
Actual cash on hand_________ _. ____________ _______ _ __________________
480,623 73
Exchanges fo r clearing house___ ____________ _ __________________________
72,836 52
Checks and other cash items
10,194 24
Other resources___ ______ ___
_____ _____ .
.................
. _______
56,117 02
Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers
or trustees

Private trusts

48.

“ THE SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY BANK’ ’— STOCKTON.

*

Incorporated March 26. 1868.
O f f ic e r s — Joseph Fyfe, President; Dr. J. D. Young, Vice-President; R. B. Teefy, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; F. W. Wurster,
Assistant Cashier; J. C. Keys, Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — Joseph Fyfe, J. D. Young, R. C. Minor, Henry W. Earle, A. A. Smallfield, L. J. Wagner, W. E. Elliott, W. G. Wallace,
A. M. Noble.
Commercial
department
$1,412,203 58
834 32
14,000 00

93,710 92
3,199 28
115,533 65
11,074 69
15,707 34

Savings
department

Combined

$2,584,346 63

$3,996,550
834
180,150
104,000

21
32
00
00

17,299
181,160
3,199
187,109
11,074
15,707

12
12
28
55
69
34

166,150 00
104,000 00
17,299 12
87,449 20
71,575 90

$1,666,263 78

$3,030,820 85

$164,300 00
105,700 C
O
131,737 37
7,469 95
150,000 00

$100,000 oo

$4,697,064 63

LIABILITIES

170,000 00
80,458 90
16,195 44
305 33

$264,800
275,700
212,196
23,665
150,000

00
00
27
39
00

110,650 00
18,592 58
150 76

1,026,359 73

305 33
1,026,359 73
2,465,572 80
80,368 23
68,895 04
250 00
78 50
110,650 00
18,592 58
150 76

$3,030,820 85

$4,697,084 63

2,465,572 80
80,368 23
250 00
78 50

$1,666,263 78

68,895 04

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.




Statement of June 23, 1915.

RESOURCES

49.

“ THE BANK OF WOODLAND’ ’— WOODLAND.
Incorporated November 19, 1868.

O fficers — J. L. Stephens, President; C. Q. Nelson, Vice-President; J. H. Willoughby, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; F. W.

Stephens, Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary.
D irectors — C. Q. Nelson, F. W. Stephens, J. L. Harlan, L. H. Stephens, J. L. Stephens, J. R. Griffin, G. W. Gray
Statement of June 23,1915.

$1,153,551 20
521 90
246,160 00
34,000 00
Other real estate nwned
T)ne frnm reserve hanks

...
.....

.

.

67,382 16
31,075 10
1,657 30
325 95
$1,534,673 61

LIABILITIES
$962,100 00
240,525 00
89,765 74

Individual deposits subject to check__________

________ ______________________________ ________

519 00
208,452 59
5,311 28

Certified checks__ _____________________ __________________________________________________




_______
28,000 00

$1,534,673 61

Savings
department

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

51.

“ SANTA CRUZ BANK OF SAVINGS AND LOAN’ ’— SANTA CRUZ.

Incorporated June 17, 1869.
T. Jeter, President; A. A. Morey, Vice-President; P. J. Hoffman, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; Ed. Daubenbiss,
Assistant Cashier; U. M. Thompson, Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — Wm. T. Jeter, S. A. Palmer, H. E. Irish, Wm. T. Sesnon, W. H. Lamb, F. H. Davis, A. A. Morey.

O f f ic e r s —Wm.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

O verdrafts_______ __ ______________ ________________________________________ ___________________
Bonds, warrants, and other securities_____ _____________________ _________________________________

Due from reserve banks_______________ ____________________________________________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________ _____________________ ___________________________________ _
Ohecks and other cash items__________________ ____________________________________________________

Savings
department

Combined

$1,102,422 40
142,937
53,660
1,000
3,150
129,497

60
00
00
00
28

53,504 65
336 82

Totals_________________________________________________________________________________________

$1,486,508 71

LIABILITIES
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid ._____ ___________________ ________________________
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account______________ _____________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)___ _________________
Individual deposits subject to check________________________

_______________________ _____________

$109,560 00
36,000 00
25,902 35

37 25
1,314,919 11

Demand certificates o f deposit___________ _______________________________________________________
Time certificates o f deposit________________ ;_______________________________________________________
Cashier’s checks________________________________________________ !__________________________________
Postal savings deposits_I_____ *_______
Totals




___________________________________________ _____________
. _

...

__

_ _

$1,486,508 71

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

52.

SANTA ROSA BANK— SANTA ROSA.
Incorporated August 31, 1870.

Officers — Glenn E . Murdock, President; W H. Lee, Vice-President; E. C. Merritt, Secretary, Cashier and Treasurer; O. H. Reeve,
*.

Assistant Cashier; G. W. Palmer, Assistant Cashier.

t

_

D irectors — J. H. Einhorn, W. H. Lee, Thomas Maclay, W. H. Early, F. W. Laughlin, Glenn E. Murdock, C. A. LeBaron.

Statem ent of June 23,1915.
Savings
department

Commercial
department
$336,904
2,729
65.000
99.000

13
66
00
00

$356,758 20
48,600 00
51,000 00

Combined
$698,662
2,729
113,600
150,000

33
66
00
00

65.000 00
20.001 44
3,369 26
29,703 55
2,400 73
1,006 90
502 00

14,117 15

65,000 00
28,564 34
3,369 26
43,820 70
2,400 73
1,006 90
502 00

$625,707 67

$478,948 25

$1,104,655 92

$150,000 00
10,000 00
12,961 98

$50,000 00
1,000 00
10,901 30

$200,000 00
11,000 00
23,863 28

8,472 90

LIABILITIES
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid---------

------------------------------------------ ------------------------

Bills payable~(fnduding certificates o f deposit representing money borrow ed).--------------------------------




128,200 00
9,100 00

128,200 00
9,100 00

175,156 10
6,250 83
77,293 16
1,745 60

372,046 95

175,156 10
372,046 95
6,250 83
77,293 16
1,745 60

55,000 00

45,000 00

100,000 00

$625,707 67

$478,948 25

$1/104,655 92

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

RESOURCES

53 AN D 53A.

“ PETALUMA SAVINGS BANK * — PETALUMA.

Incorporated September 7, 1870.
H. Denman, President; Geo. P. McNear, Vice-President; John Lawler, Jr., Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; R. "W.
Turner, Assistant Cashier; A. P. Behrens, Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — Frank H. Denman, George P. McNear, Scott Bowles, W. C. Keig, John R. Denman, Wm. H. Zartman, J. T. O’Brien,
J. W. Elder, N. Tomasi.
O f f ic e r s — Frank

Statement of June 23,1915.

Savings
department

Combined

$860,370 17
80,524 22
17,000 00

Actual cash on hand__ ________________ __________

______________ _____________________

____ ____

20,756
9,589
18,218
327
72
1,244

94
71
35 —
95
92
39

$1,019,104 65
LIABILITIES

$100,000
25,000
35,343
2,712

00
00
41
14

Bills payable~(fneluding certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)______________________

755,019 00
51,945 10
49,000 00
85 00
TYitpla
N o t e .— The

....

above statement includes the business of the Petaluma branch office.




$1,019,104 65

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

54, 54A AND 54B.

“ COLUSA COUNTY B A N K ’ '— COLUSA.

•19462

Incorporated September 15, 1870.
O f f ic e r s — B. H. Burton, President; T. Harrington, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — B. H. Burton, T. Harrington, M. J. Boggs, Elliott McAllister, Alfred S. Tubbs.
Statement of June 23, 1915.

Doans and discounts
...
.................
O verdrafts_______
___ __________________________________________________________________________
Bonds, warrants, and other securities —_________
___ _
________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
Safe deposit vaults __________________ ...
__ _________________________________ __ _______
Other real estate owned . .
...............
............
Due from reserve banks
_
Due from other banks - ___________ __ _______________________ ____ _____
__
________
Actual cash on hand _ __ __ ____________ _______________________ _________ ____ ________
Exchanges fo r clearing house
_
Cheeks and other cash items
Other resources

$1,687,206
11,277
375,814
61,503

Savings
department

Commercial
department

___

Totals___

___________

____

_____

____________ _____ __

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in________ ;_________________________

Surplus

'

.........

.....................

...

_____________ _

___

__________________________ ___

........

57
55
65
66

7,657 69
104,990 82
76,513 50
2,406 62
$2,327,368 06

$500,000 00
250.000 00
93,963 61
24,366 14
280.000 00
522,546 55

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

RESOURCES

27,146 85
389,280 39
64 52
240,000 00
$2,327,368 06
N o t e .— The

above statement includes the business of the Maxwell and Grimes branch offices.




CO
CO

57.

BANK OF NAPA— NAPA.

“

Incorporated September 14, 1871.
O f f i c e r s —S. M. Chapman, President and Treasurer; Henry Brown, Secretary and Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — S. M. Chapman, Henry Brown, F. E. Trubody, R. S. Holden, L. J. Norton, J. W. Miller, R. P. Lamdin, P. S. King, D. C.
Brown', Louise M. Chapman, W. D. Mansfield, N. P. Nielson, S. E. Lester, Nina C. DeWeese, Levi Chapman, Geo. M. Chapman,
Nina G. DeWeese Starr.
Statement of June 23, 1915.

Savings
department

Commercial
department
$416,483
2,435
146,750
40,000

36
31
00
00

$502,677 00

33,791 88
489 41
27,785 35

12,000 00

75,075 00

12,694 00

617 81
4,407 58

Combined
$919,160 36
2,435 31
221,825 00
40,000 00
45,791 89
489 41
40,479 35
617 81
4,407 58

$872,760 68

$602,446 00

$1,275,206 68

$150,000 00
50,000 00
78,587 80
15,926 08
35,C O 00
O

$25,000 00
35,000 00

$175,000 00
85.000 00
78,587 80
15,926 08
35.000 00

LIABILITIES

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account—-------------- --------------------------Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed).................... ................ ...




259,236 38
9,502 44
14,480 40

542,446 00

60,027 58

$372,760 68

259,236 38
542,446 00
9,502 44
14,480 40
60,027 58

$302,446 00

$1,275,206 68

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

RESOURCES

58.

BANK OF CHICO— CHICO.
Incorporated January 4, 1873.

O ff icers —W. S. Kilpatric, President; E. E. Canfield, Vice-President; B. H. T. Anderson, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer and

Cashier; O. A. Kilpatric, Assistant Cashier..
D irectors — B. H. T. Anderson, E. E. Canfield, O. A. Kilpatric, Morris Oser, H. W. Crew, W. S. Kilpatric, H. C. Compton.
Statement of June 23, 1915.

Overdrafts
■Ronds, warrants, and nt.her securities
Banlr premises, furniture and fixtures
..
Safe deposit vaults__________________________ :____ ________________ - _____________ __________________
Oth^r real estate owned_______________________ ______________________________ ___ _____________
Dn e ‘ from reserve h an lrs
Due from other hanlrs
. . . . . .
Actual cash on hand..

$257,009 46
983 99
45,028 66
28,563 37
650 20
18,825 40
26,522 35
441 83
20,613 97

Savings
department
$130,179 93
9,320 00

2,042 29
2,467 79

664 32
833 73
Totals_____________________________________________________________________________________ . . .

Combined
$387,189 39
983 99
54,348 63
28,553 37
650 20
18,825 40
28,564 64
441 83
23,081 76
664 32
833 73

$400,127 28

$144,010 01

$544,137 29

$75,000 00
8,900 00
264 11

$25,000 00
2,500 00
4,831 60

$100,000 00
11,400 00
5,095 71

LIABILITIES
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid

40,000 00

Ravings deposits

126,936 58

_

Cashier’ s eheclrs .

.

.




14,358 26
104,963 08
247 36

.

Postal savings deposits 1 . ' . . . ' . .
Other liabilities
...
Totals

40,000 00

...

103,678 41

126,936
103,678
14,358
104,963
247

58
41
26
03
36

29,467 94
.......

...........

8,000 00

37,467 94

$400,127 28

$144,010 01

$544,137 29

...............
.

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

61.

SAVINGS BANK OF SANTA ROSA— SANTA ROSA.

Incorporated March 10, 1873.
P. Overton, President; Cornelius Shea, Vice-President; C. A. Hotter, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; A. G. Wright,
Assistant Cashier; R. A. Belden, Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — J. P. Overton, Cornelius Shea, F. H. Denman, P. T. Hahmann, F. A. Mecham, J. R. Edwards, C. D. Barnett.
O f f ic e r s —J.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Savings
department

Combined

•
O verdrafts___________________________________ _______________________________________ ____________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures____________ _________ _ - ______ - ______ ___________
Safe deposit vaults____________________ ____ _______________________ ___________ _____ — .............. —
Other real estate owned____ _______________________________________________________________________

Exchanges for clearing house_______ _____ _________ ___________ ____________

- ___ - ________ __

$756,161 78

$724,442 25

$1,480,604 03

12,500 00

107,494 68
50,000 00

119,994 68
50,000 00

27,746
717
59,705
13,280
544
4,429

40
87
46
16
56
15

$875,085 38

6,000 00
17,013 26
19,521 31

$924,471 50

6,000
44,759
717
79,226
13,280
544
4,429

00
66
87
77
16
56
15

$1,799,556 88

LIABILITIES
$217,000 00
24,450 15
566 39
4,070 77
65,000 00
8,272 50
24,036 13
118 13
225,934 94
7,720 46
279,289 91
6,687 00
Cashier’s checks_______________ ;_______ ___________
Postal savings deposits_* ____ *__________________




___________________________ _______________
_________________________________ :_________ _

10,800 00

$66,350
40,000
12,876
2,807

00
00
78
38
1

728,737 34

73,700 00

1,070 00
$875,085 38

$283,350 00
64,459 15
13,473 17
6,878 IE
65,000 00
8,272 59
24,066 13
118 13
225,934 94
728,737 34
7,720 46
279,289 91
6,687 00
84,500 0C
1,070 00

$924,471 50

$1,799,556 88

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

62 AND 62A.

SALINAS CITY BANK— SALINAS.

Incorporated May 10, 1873.
O f f ic e r s — Harry Winham, President; W. J. Irvine, Vice-President; Elmer P. Alexander, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; James
Binsacca, Assistant Cashier; R. E. Walsh, Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — S. P. Anderson, W. J. Irvine, J. A. Armstrong, Harry Winham, Henry Bardin, Wm. Sarles, Elmer McKinnon.
Statement of June 23. 1915.

Loans and discounts
.
..
............
......
Overdrafts
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_________ ________________________ _____
______________
Safe deposit vaults;______________________________________________ _____________ _ ______________
Other real estate owned_____________________
_____________________ _____ _ _ __ ___ ________
Due from other banks_______ ___________________________________________ : ______
Exchanges for clearing house_________ ____ _

_____

Other resources____ _____ ____ ___________________________
Totals .. : ■

______________

_________ _____ _____ _____ _______________
___ _______________

__ _

_____________

1

Savings
department

Combined

$476,810 78
623 96
124,037 72
92,000 00

$521,926 80

3,354 64
53,196 70

1,500 00
25,848 91

4,854 64
79,045 61

46,805 99

17,281 88

64,087 87

28,192 83

$998,737
623
152,230
92,000

58
96
55
00

2,097 60

2,097 60
$798,927 39

$594,750 42

$1,393,677 81

$256,000 00
64,000 00
43,455 37

$44,000 00
11,000 00
9,855 18

$300,000 00
75,000 00
53,310 55

LIABILITIES

21,810 85
229,178 39
135
92,056
108
181
92,000

58
85
55
80
00

$798,927 39

N ote.— The above statement includes the business of the Soledad branch office.




21,810 85
526,892 66

3,002 58
$594,750 42

229,178
526,892
135
92,056
108
181
92,000
3,002

39
66
58
85
55
80
00
58

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

$1,393,677 81

—
4

63

BANK OF HOLLISTER—HOLLISTER.

Incorporated October 21, 1875.
S. Hawkins, President; R. Eschenburg, "Vice-President; T. W. Hawkins, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; D. M.
Paterson, Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — T. S. Hawkins, R. Eschenburg, J. W. Hawkins, H. J. Schulz, E. E. Holbrook, N. C. Briggs, Jr., J. L. Hudner.
O f f ic e r s —T.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

_
O verdrafts______________ ___ ; __ _______________________ ._________________________________________
Bonds, warrants, and other securities.*___ :_______________ ___ _____ _________________ _____________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________________________________________ _________ _________
Safe deposit vaults__ ___ ______________ —_____________________________________________ ___________

Exchanges for clearing house_____________________________________________________________________

Savings
department

Commercial
department
$868,537
10,088
140,751
38,000

94
26
19
00

57,657 74
3,710 92
77,558 70
786 54
20,866 99
$1,217,958 28

LIABILITIES
Surplus ____ 1...____________

______ _______ ______._______________________________________________

Demand certificates o f deposit__________ . ____ _____ ____. . . . . . -------. . . . --- -------- ------- —_____________




$250,000
175,000
112,370
25,447
60,000
46,059
399
246,542

00
00
87
57
00
26
00
22

1,125 00 . . . ---------- — — —
179,332 41
121,681 95

$1,217,958 28

Combined

'

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

RESOURCES

64.

BANK OF MARTINEZ—MARTINEZ.

,

Incorporated October 7, 1873.
O f f ic e r s —W. S. Tinning, President; A. E. Dunkel, Vice-President; W. A. Hale, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; Jeanette Rankin,
Assistant Cashier; F. R. Jones, Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — W. S. Tinning, W. A. Hale, Jas. E. Rodgers, A. E. Dunkel, Thos. B. Fernandez.
Statement of June 23,1915.

$155,383
597
81,470
20,500

___________

_ ______________________

______________

..

83
95
57
00

$564,872 50

221
129,573
982
21,432

O verdrafts____ ____________________________________________________________________ _______ . . . _ __
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures .
Safe deposit vaults—______ _____________________ — __ _________
____
..
Other real estate owned________________________________________ :___________ . . . ___ _________
_________ ________________________________ ____
Due from reserve hanks_________ ___________ . . .
Due from other hanks _
Exchanges fo r clearing house. . .

Savings
department

28
77
99
97

1,512 07
40,596 63

33,744 50
6,750 00

12,633 55

Combined
$720,256
597
115,215
27,250

33
95
07
00

1,733
170,170
982
34,066

35
40
99
52

3,174 36
167 06

3,174 36
• 6 06
17
$413,504 78

$660,109 25

$1,073,614 03

$75,000 00
70,000 00
4,704 70

$25,000 00
37,000 00
5,212 76

$100,000 00
107,000 00
9,917 46

13,991 82:

13,991 82

196,341 32,

592,896 49

~ 1,463 94

196,341 32
592,896 49
1,463 94

2,000 00
3 00
50,000 00

2,000 00
3 00
50,000 00

LIABILITIES

....-

Totals_____________________ _____ _____________ :--------------------------- --------------- ------------------ ----------




$413,504 78

$660,109 25

$1,073,614 03

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

65.
O f f ic e r s — L. P. Hall, President;
D ir e c t o r s — J. H. Peterson, H. G.

“ BANK OP D IX O N ” — DIXON.

Incorporated October 30, 1873.
C. E. Clausen, Vice-President; R. Moss, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; R. C. Fontaine, Teller.
Brown, C. E. Clausen, L. P. Hall, R. J. Curry, W. H. Garnett, E. D. Dudley.
Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department
$342,012
492
111,154
38,390
1,250
16,006
47,117

Actual cash on hand______________________________________________________________________________

Savings
department
55
20
48
23
00 —
oa
39

12,380 20

$236,055 70
22,000 00

3,167 65
5,786 39

27 90

Combined
$578,068
492
133,154
38,399
1,250
16,008
50,285

25
20
48
23
00
03
04

18,166 59
27 90

$568,841 98

$267,009 74

$835,851 72

Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid____________________________________________________

$200,000 00
45,000 00
20,382 34

$25,900 00
10,000 00
4,334 22

$225,900 00
55,000 00
24,716 56

Bills payable~(fncluding certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)----------------------------------

110,000 00

LIABILITIES




110,000 00

141,844 62
525 00
10 80

214,743 95
12,031 57

51,079 22

$568,841 98

141,844
214,743
525
12,031
10

62
95
00
57
80

51,079 22

$267,009 74

$835,851 72

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

RESOURCES

S9m -

66.

BANK OF UKIAH— URIAH.

Incorporated January 10, 1874.
T. Hopper, President; F . C. Albertson, Vice-President; W . F . Thomas, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; C. H. Duncan,
Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — H. T. Hopper, F. C. Albertson, J. A. Redemeyer, P. W. Handy, W . H. Gibson.
O f f ic e r s — H.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

........
......
___________________ - ____ ________________________

Safe deposit, vaults
_ ......
. ...
._
...................
Other real estate owned__ ____ _______________________________ ._______________________ _____________

$320,648
190
150,929
25,000

46
49
54
00

60,651 75
355 64
39,681 05
60 15
$597,517 08
LIABILITIES

Bills payable”(including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)__




_________________

$150,000 00
27,000 00
552 72
12,281 35
8,996 47
54 60
228,086 50
3,560 42
98,505 02
480 00
68,000 00

$597,517 08

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Overdrafts ..
...........
Bonds, warrants, and other securities________

Savings
department

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

68.

" THE BANK OF LAKE’ ’^LAKEPORT,

Incorporated March 19, 1874.
S. Sayre, President; A. Levy, Vice-President; F. A. Greene, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; D. W. Greene, Assist­
ant Cashier and Assistant Secretary.
D ir e c t o r s — Wm. A. Lange, W. H. Greene, M. S. Sayre, A. Levy, Jos. Levy, L. J. Shuman, W. C. Moore.
O f f ic e r s — M.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Savings
department

Commercial
department
$114,109 75
820 66
33,332 70
10,000 00
13,063 62
12,141 12
384 85
—

$183,852 70
LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in______________________________________________ ____ ___
Surplus . . ------ ------------------------ ------ -------------------------------- —— ................. —
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid--------------------------------------------Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account_______
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed).
Deposits, due to banks____________________________________________ ____ ____
Dividends unpaid ---------------------------------- -------------- -----------— ---------- — -------Individual deposits subject to check..— —------------- ------- ——------ :.............
Savings deposits_______________ ___ _________________ ______________________
Demand certificates o f deposit--------------------------- ------- ---------------------------------Time certificates o f deposit—_____—
— — —— ____ —
. . . . —____ r e ­
certified checks ________________________________ ______ ------------ -------------- —
Cashier’s ch ecks________________________________ _______________ ________ —
State, county and municipal deposits-----------------------— —_______ ____ — —
Postal savings deposits.._________________ ____ _________— ------ ------------------Other liabilities_______________ _________ ______________ ______ — '----------------

$50,070 00

Totals____ ________ ____ ____ ____ _______________________ ___ _— i
------- -------

$183,852 70




2 0,0 00 00

8,730 51
4,571 99
195 00
77,180 88
23,104 32

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

RESOURCES

71.

BANK OF WATSONVILLE— WATSONVILLE.
Incorporated May 11, 1874.
Treasurer and Cashier; T. F. Murray, Assistant Cashier,
R. Radcliff, L. S. Alexander.

O f f ic e r s — H. S. Fletcher, President; W. R. Radcliff, Secretary,
D ir e c t o r s — H. S. Fletcher, E. S. Bockius, L. W. Sanborn, W.

Statement of June 23,1915.

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_____________________________ ____ ______________________ ___
Other real estate owned______________________________________________________ _____________

$316,771 34
23
8,640 00
45,000 00
47,018 49
25,043 69
30,159 57
212 50
$472,845 82

Totals.




Combined

______

Exchanges for clearing house___________________ ,_______________________________________— ________

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in---------- ----- -----------------------------------------------------------------Surplus ____ ___________________ ________________________ _________——______
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid_____ __________ ;-------------------Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account_______
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed).
Deposits, due to banks___ ________________ . . . . -------------------------------------------Dividends u n p a id _______________________________________________ ___________
Individual deposits subject to check___ _______________ _____ ______ . _________
Savings deposits----- ------ -------- -------- .............. — ------------- ------ ------ ------ ,--------Demand certificates o f deposit________________________ _____ ________________
Time certificates o f deposit____________ _____ :___________ ____ — -----------------Certified checks__________________ _________ __________ ____ ________________
Cashier’s checks_________________ ______ ___________________________________
State, county and municipal deposits.——. , ______________— ....... ——------ . . .
Postal savings deposits.._______ _____________ ^___ — ______________________
Other liabilities _______________________ ___________________________________

Savings
department

$1CO,0OO C
O
75,C O 00
O
29,671 12
12,868 15

247,006 20

___

.. .

.

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

7,403 35

$472,845 82
rf*
C
O

72.

t

BANK OF TEHAMA COUNTY— RED BLUFF.

O f f ic e r s — W . B. Cahoone, President; H.
D ir e c t o r s — W. B. Cahoone, W. G. Moore,

Incorporated September 5, 1874.
C. Swaine, Vice-President; Brie Gans, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
H. C. Swain, Brie Gans.
Statement of June 23,1915.

Loans and discounts__________________ _________________________________________
_______________
Overdrafts _
.
Bonds, warrants, and other securities____________________ _ __________________ ________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures______ ___ -- _____________ ’____________ _ ______ _______
■
Safe deposit vaults_______________________________________________________________________________
Other real estate owned______ ________ ___________________________________________ _______________
Tine from reserve hanks . .
.
Due from other hanks
..
...
............................ .
Actual cash on hand__________________ _____________ _____ __________________________ _____________
Exchanges for clearing honse.._.
Checks and other cash items
Other resources............
Totals ....

$1,241,339 00
1,435 34
360,774 27
20,000 00
491,610 27
9,873 28
122,801 05
18,788 13
377 15
$2,272,998 49

LIABILITIES
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid__________________________ !___ _
_ ____________
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account________ ___ _______________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)___
- ____ ______
Deposits, due to banks______________ ___ - _________________ ___________________ _______________
Dividends u n p a id ____. _______ _______________________ _____
__________________________ _________
Individual deposits subject to check_____ _________ ______
_____________________ ______________
Savings deposits

Cashier’s checks




662,065 87
91,392 19
759,377 00
10,308 30

_

143,276 52

Postal savings deposits
Totals

$300,000 00
100,000 00
118,092 62
88,485 99

.....

$2,272,998 49

Savings
department

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

74.

THE FARMERS BANK OF W HEATLAND— W HEATLAND.

O f f ic e r s — A. C. Stagner, President; J.
D ir e c t o r s — J. F. Baum, A. G. Oakley,

Incorporated October 21, 1874.
P. Baum, Secretary; Wm. Lumbard, Treasurer and Cashier.
J. M. Johnson, Wm. Lumbard, A. C. Stagner.
Statement of June 23,1915.

Loans and discounts____ __________ ____ ______________________ ___ 1___ ____
______
Overdrafts
___
Bonds, warrants, and other securities _
__
. . . _________ _________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures _ _ _
__ ___ _ _ ___ _____ __________ _ ____
Safe deposit vaults_______ __________
__ __
________ _ _
. . . ___ ___ _____
Other real estate owned
Due from reserve hanks......
\
Due from other hanks.....
Actual cash on hand_____ _____ _
____ _______
_______ __
__
___ _____
Exchanges for clearing house
_______ __
___ ________
__
____ __ _
Checks and otyer cash items___ __
Other resources____________ __ __ _____
_______ __________
_____
Totals_________

___ _

___________________ :________________ ____________

____________

$41,098 62
144 06'
67,750 80
8,440 07
133 00
1,250 00
18,803 48
1,114 15
8,807 20

Savings
department

Combined

$33,442 40
8,739 08

1,719 99

35 32
368 50

$74,541 02
144 05
76,489 88
8,440 07
133 00
1,250 00
18,803 48
1,114 15
10,527 19
35 32
368 50

$147,945 19

$43,901 47

$191,846 66

$30,900 00
2,011 48
657 93

$7,500 00
2,300 00
600 41

$38,400 00
4,311 48
1,258 34

33,501 06

92,510 65
33,501 06
4,665 13

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Other existing profits, collected, hut not in undivided profits account,
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)______ — __ __ _ __
Deposits, due to banks______________
_
___ ' _____________ _____ __________ __
Individual deposits subject to check
Savings deposits

92,510 65
4,665 13

Certified checks
Cashier’s cheeks
Postal savings deposits




17,200 00

r

17,200 00

$147,945 19

$43,901 47

$191,846 66

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

75.

“ FARMERS SAVINGS BANK” —LAKEPORT.

Incorporated December 14, 1874.
W. Boggs, President; J. Banks, Vice-President; F. H. Boggs, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; H. C. Boggs, Assistant
Cashier; George R. Smith, Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — J. W. Boggs, H. C. Boggs, W. D. Rantz, S. T. Packwood, J. Banks, Andrew Smith, F. H. Boggs.

O f f ic e r s — J.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts__________________
O verdrafts__________________ _________
Bonds, warrants, and other securities.
Bank premises, furniture and flxtures.
Safe deposit vaults__ ________ ________
Other real estate owned:_______- ____
Due from reserve banks______________
Due from other banks___________ ____
Actual cash on hand__________________
Exchanges for clearing house__________
Checks and other cash items____
Other resources------ --------- -----------------•
Totals........................ ............................

Commercial
department

$136,195 74
29 40
6,662 92
15,000 00

Savings
department

Combined

$74,700 00

$210,895 74
29 40
6,662 92
15,000 00

27,899 55
178 50
50 00

2,365 03

30,264 58
178 50
50 00

$235,728 55

$77,065 03

$312,793 58

$80,000 00

$ 20,000 00

$100,000 00

20,000 00

5,000 00
548 53
1,648 39

25,000 00
5,177 48
7,936 53

49,718 11

124,808 10
49,713 11

49,712 -1
4

49,712 44

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in_______________________________________________________
Surplus ___________ ________________________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid________________ ______________
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account_____...
Bills payable (including Certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)
Deposits, due to banks.____________________________________________________
Dividends u n pa id _____ __________________________ __________________________
Individual deposits subject to check..----------------------- --------- ------------------------Savings deposits____________________ ______ — ______ _______________________
Demand certificates o f deposit_____ _________ . . . — . ___ . . ___ _____
Time certificates 6f deposit.I.
1________________ ___________________
Certified checks_____________________
Cashier’s, checks___ ____ ;____ _______
State, county and municipal deposits.
Postal savings deposits___ . . . . ______
Other liabilities
Totals.




4,628 95
6,288 14

124,808 10

3 36

155 00

158 38

$235,728 55

$77,065 08

$312,793 58

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

reso u rces

76 AND 7 6 A .M E R C E D SECURITY SAVINGS BANK— MERCED.
Incorporated March 11, 1875.
M. Smith, President; J. H. Simonson, Vice-President; M. D. Wood, Vice-President, Secretary arid Manager; L. R.
Rancher, Vice-President; H. B. Stoddard, Treasurer and Cashier; F. B. Rancher, Assistant Cashier; O. A. Turner,' Assistant
Cashier * C It Sha££@r iVssist3<nt Cashi6r
-——
.
D ir e c t o r s — L,. R. Rancher, J. H. Simonson, G. D. Bliss, E. J. Thomas, M. C. Burchell, D. Lucchesi, C. R." Shaffer, M. D. Wood, H. B.
Stoddard, J. P. Gagliardo, Clarence M. Smith.
1
.
O f f ic e r s ^ - C .

Statement of June 23,1915.
. Savings:
department

$426,558 59
. 3,351 51
11,480 06

Combined

' $1,067,379 39

30,728 85

$1,493,937 98
3,351 51
247,095 06
69,500 00
13,000 00
19,480 47
137,036 89
1,387 73
51,432 18

. . . . . .

1,603 17
3,296 89

330 16

1,603 17
3,627 05

Totals___________________________ ___________________________________________________'__________

$560,897 22

$1,480,554,82

$2,041,452 04

$150,000 00
31,500 00
1,240 61
7,951 81

$150,000 00
33,500 00
25,923 90
34,682 15

16,424
76,091
1.3ST
20,703
Other resources

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in :
Surplus
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
..

.

.

Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)____ _ -_____ ________
■
Deposits, due to b a n k s.._______________ "._________
_________ ____ _____ :________ _____ _______ _
Dividends unpaid .
. . . . . .
Individual deposits subject, to rherlr
Savings deposits_____ J___________________ __
. . . ________________________ __________________
Demand certificates o f deposit
Time certificates o f deposit________________________________ _______ . ...____ _
J____ _____
Certified checks
.. ..
._
Cashier’s checks _
_'
_
'
State, courity and municipal deposits
' Postal savings deposits
Other liabilities . . . . . . . . . .
T ota ls.__________________________________________. . . .
N o t e .— The

__________________

_ __

..

..

above statement includes the business of the Atwater branch office.




53
41
73
33

■235,615 00
69,500 00
13,000 00
3,055 94
60,945 48

$300,000
65,000
27,164
42,633

00
00
51
96

22,200 45

22,200 45

337,543 61

337,543 61
1,121,887 42
10,304 92

1,121,867 42
10,304 92

155 82
, $560,897 22

113,735 36
845 99
$1,480,554 82

•\

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

113,735 36
845 99
155 82
$2,041,452 04

-------------------------

—
3

77.

SONOMA VALLEY BANK— SONOMA.

&

Incorporated June 9, 1875.
O fficers — Frank M. Burris, President ; F. T. Duhring, Vice-President; Jesse Burris, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier ; R. E. Per­

kins, Assistant Cashier; A. L. Luce, Jr., Assistant Secretary.
D irectors — Frank M. Burris, F. T. Duhring, Jesse Burris, Mrs. J. A. Burris, P. H. Thompson.

RESOURCES

Savings
department

Commercial
department
$223,220 91
477 64
25,108 36

$330,086 48
11,174 00

51,826 12
260 40
24,057 38
62 72

$325,013 53

16,690 96

$357,951 44

Combined
$553,307
477
25,108
11,174

39
64
36
00

51,826 12
260 40
40,748 34
62 72

$382,964 97

LIABILITIES
$40,100
35,000
9,433
16,842

00
00
03
45

137,877 41

$10,000 00
25,000 00

...........322j95l"44’

1,339 05
72,421 59
12,000 00

$325,013 53

$50,100
60,000
9,433
16,842

00
00
03
45

137,877
322,951
1,339
72,421

41
44
05
59

12,000 00

$357,951 44

$382,964 97

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,




Statement of June 23, 1915.

78, 78A, 78B AND 780.

SACRAMENTO BANK— SACRAMENTO.

Incorporated February 4, 1875.
O f f ic e r s — J. M. Henderson, Jr., President; W. M. Bowers, Vice-President; Geo. W. Kramer, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier;
Frank H. Conn, Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s —A. Phillip Scheld, W. M. Bowers, M. E. Ross Roan, J. M. Henderson, Jr., W. S. Kendall.
Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES

Savings
department

Combined

_________

_______

____________ ____ _____

742,138 16
121,811 94
6,009 00
262,082 90

Due from other banks__ - ___________________ ___________ __

________________ _________________ *

Exchanges for clearing house
flhecks and other cash items . _

159,752
2,792
9,685
131

31
46
46
12

$9,228,615 64
LIABILITIES

_ ______
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid___ ___________________ ____________
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account___ _________ ____ ___
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)___ ________________ _

$1,000,000
154,298
10,098
227,745

09
65
37
52

1,054 25
7,291,554 52

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

$7,924,221 29
Bonds, warrants, and other securities__________

262,388 98
280,000 09
1,475 35
$9,228,615 64
N o t e .— The

above statement includes the business of the southwest corner of Seventh and J streets, Sacramento avenue, and southeast corner of Tenth and K streets branch offices.
>
C
D




^

80.

“ BANK OF SUISUN” — SUISUN

Incorporated February 7, 1876.
D. Robbins, President; R. D. Robbins, Jr. Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; C. D. Bowman, Assistant
■ ' Cashier. *
. . . .
D ir e c t o r s — R. D. Robbins, F. S. Jones, F. O. Scarlett, Henry Bird, R. D. Robbins, Jr.
O f f ic e r s —R.

Statement of June 23,1915.

Loans and discounts_______I __________ _________ _______________________________________________
■Overdrafts
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
•
.
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
_________ _______ ________ ______________________ ______
Safe deposit vaults_______ ____________ ■
Other real estate owned
Due from reserve hanks
.
Due from other hanks
Actual cash on hand.
Exchanges for clearing house . ..
..
___________________ _______ _____
Checks and-other cash items____ ____ _____ _______
Other resources .
Totals

....

.......




. . . . .

$412,848 80
1,007 88
132,500 00
500 00
93,559
155,783
84,632
632

44
05
64
54

$336,060 90
232,283 50
2,567 00
65,819 40
14,835 45

Combined
$748,939
1,007
364,783
500

70
88
50
00

2,567
159,378
155,783
99,438
632

00
84
05
09
54

75,000 00

75,000 00
$956,464 35

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in
Surplus
”
.
...
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid

Savings deposits

Savings
department

.......
...

.

.

•

.............

$651,536 25

$1,608,000 60

$75,000 00
425,000 00
94,001 22

$25,000 00
75,000 00
29,736 58

$100,C 00
C0
500,000 00
123,737 80

23 00
221,970 83
1,140 19
133,426 76

521,799 67
...... ....... .................. - -

2,000 00
3,902 35
$956,464 35

23
221,970
521,799
1,140
133,426

C
O
83
67
19
76

2,000 00
3,932 35
$651,536 25

$1,608,000 60

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BAN.KS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

81 AND 81A.

“ CITIZENS BANK” — NEVADA CITY.

Incorporated September 21, 1876.
O f f ic e r s — D. E. Morgan* President; B. Hall, Vice-President; E. J. Morgan,. Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; W. J. Grenfall,
, Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — Benj. Hall, W. J. Grenfall, D. E. Matteson, C. H. Taylor, D. E. Morgan, R. J. Bennetts, John T. Morgan.
Statement of June 23,1915.

$221,520
860
99,050
16,000

Savings
department

Combined

$178,569 40
521,725 00

$400,089 42
860 70
620,775. 00
16,000 00

24,882 00
89,660 99

2,527 00
73,107 22

27,409 00
162,768 21

56,994
1,469
2,498
5,519

67
72
93
89

56,478 44

113,473
1,469
2,498
5,519

$518,456 92

A ctu a l cash on hand ---------------------------------------------------------------------- ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -----------------------------------------

02
70
00
00

$832,407 06

11
72
93
89

$1,350,863 98

LIABILITIES

pjTffTpn y fl hi i nri n(i i n g certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)---------- ------------

—

$74,000
7,222
2,225
2,240

00
00
29
37

$70,000 00
12,000 O
O

$144,000
19,222
,2,225
14,024
1,756
376,328
718,622
19,493

11,784 59

1,756 43
376,328 97
718,622 47

19,493 90
50 00
28,000 00
7,139 96
Other linbiiftTes

-

_____

•

- ------------

N ote.— The above statement includes the; business ‘ of the Grass Valley branch qfflcei

43
97
47
90

..........

BO'Cd

£0,000 00

48,000 00
7,139 96

$832,407 06

$1,350,863 98

___________________________________ _________________________

. r

$518,456 92




• ........ ..............

00
00
29
96

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

.

.

..

£1
J

84.

THE MODESTO BANK— MODESTO.

Incorporated October 28, 1878.
R. Broughton, President; Geo. A. Cressey, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer; W. T. Scoon, Cashier; D. K.
Young, Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — Geo. A. Cressey, A. L. Cressey, J. R. Broughton, J. J. McMahon, C. R. Tillson, T. J. Wisecarver, L. W. Shearer.
O f f ic e r s — J.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
RESOURCES

Totals.... ................................... __................ ............................................. .....

Oapital stock paid in

LIABILITIES
.................... .....

Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid....................... ................... ........................ .......... ........... .
Other existing profits, collected, hut not in undivided profits account, . . .
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)______________________
Deposits, due t,o hanks
_. .
......
.'
Dividends unpaid
_
Individual deposits subject to check___ ___________________________________ _______ __________ ___
Savings deposits .
. . . . .
Demand certificates o f deposit .
Certified checks
...*.. .
Cashier’s ch eck s________________________________________ _______ ___ _____ _________________________
State, county and municipal deposits
Postal savings deposits
Other liabilities ’
. . ... .
Totals.




Savings
department

Combined

(
$768,469 12
I
614 51
I
61,106 00 - ..........................--------------------- :—
25,000 00
65,816 47
51,373 20
2,905 57
3,901 51
$979,185 38

$250,000 00
60,000 00
14,784 90
21,673 88
40,000 00
25,826 05
945 00
441,282 02
74,673 53

50,000 00

$979,185 38

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Loans and discounts____________________________ ■ __
O verdrafts___________ _____ ___________________
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures.............. ......... ._........... ........... ...........................................
Safe deposit vaults__ ____ ______________________ ____________ ___ __________________
Other real estate owned..................... ............................... ........................................ . . . .
__
Due from reserve hanks
_
Due from other b a n k s...____ _____________ ________ ____________________________
Actual cash on hand______________ _____ _________ _________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house
Checks and other cash items
Other resources_________________ _____ ______ _____ ________________

Commercial
department

85.

PEOPLE’S SAVINGS BANK— SACRAMENTO.

Incorporated September 2, 1880.
Beckman, President; A. G. Folger, Vice-President; J. E. Huntoon, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; S. E. Pope,
Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary.
D ir e c t o r s —Wm. Beckman, J. E. Huntoon, G. W. Lorenz, A. G. Folger, A. L. Hart.
O f f ic e r s —Wm.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

. . .

__

__ _ __ ___ _ __ _

...

...

_ _

$103,600 00

$3,265,827 86

$3,369,427 S6

306,041 74
263,555 70
6,000 O
O

422,043 08
263 555 70
6,000 00

236,199 54

267,057 38

20,784
1,078
1,419
6,928

49
22
77
95

81,489 74
120 21
360 46
3,786 60

$280,670 61

$4,163,381 85

$100,000 00
20,000 00

$400,000
36,000
35,924
120,868

102,274
1,198
1,780
10,715

23
43
23
55

$4,444,052 46

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in______ _____________ *_____________ ,________________________________ __________

3,479 92

154,596 70
1,543 00

O
O
O
O
28
86

1,784 37
3,318,419 67

85 49
965 50
250,000 00

$500,000 00
56,000 00
35,924 28
124,348 78
1,784
154,596
3,318,419
1,543

37
70
67
00

85 49
965 50
250,000 00

384 67
$280,670 61
N o t e .—Added

commercial department February 8, 1915.




384 67

$4,163,381 85

$4,444,052 46

R E PO RT OF S U P E R IN T E N D E N T OF B A N K S .

____ _

Combined

30,857 84

O verdrafts___

Savings
department

116,001 34

RESOURCES

86.

BANK OF WILLOWS— WILLOWS.

— ....
Incorporated September 2, 1880.
O f f ic e r s — B. H. Burton, President; Milton French, Vice-President; P. H. Green, Secretary, Cashier and Treasurer; U; Tt. Wickes,
Assistant Cashier,
................
D ir e c t o r s — -B. H. Burton, Milton French, P. H. Green, James Boyd, T. Harrington, A. Hochheimer, Frank Moody.
Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts _______. . . _____ __ _________________ ________ '
Overdrafts — ____ ___ __ ___
•Bonds, warrants, and other securities _
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures •*
Safe deposit v a u lts... :___
. . . . Li . ... _ .. ___ _____ _ ... _________________
•
Other real estate o w n e d ...__
. . . . . . . . ___ ____ ; . .
. ________ *
_
_____
_
Due:from reserve batiks'. MI. ~'Z1' .1 ...' " ___ ___________ ;_______ ___ . ___________
. ~ __
Due from other banks_____ — . . _______ . . . ________
. . . ____________
_________________
Actual cash on hand
.........
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks and other cash items
...........
Other resources ...... ....

$1,088,911
8,681
168,170
30,000

. . Savings
department

Commercial
department

Totals

90
33
07
00

1,122 00
78,442 39
36,763 40
2,106 36
30 15
$1,409,227 60

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in
.........
Surplus
'
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Other existing profits, collected, biit not, in undivided profits account
Deposits; due to banks

....

*

$300,000 00
200,000 00
91,326 51

“

200,000 00

.

825 00
228,046 57
Savings deposits ___ . . . . . ___




Combined

_.

_ . _____ ._

_____

._ .

...

__

___ _____ _______

'

33,45198
209,784 62
144,300 00
1,492 92

$1,409,227 60

.. -■ - -

R E P O R T OF S U P E R IN T E N D E N T OF B A N K S .

RESOURCES

88.

“ STOCKTON SAVINGS BANK’ ’— STOCKTON.

Incorporated July 10, 1882.
E. Catts, President; A. W. Hoisholt, Vice-President; W. N. Harrison, Secretary and Assistant Cashier; W. H.
Lyons, Treasurer and Cashier; A. L. Levinsky, Attorney.
D ir e c t o r s — George E. Catts, Fred P. Clark, E. R. Hedges, A. W. Hoisholt, George Homage, R. T. Melton, A. B. Lang, A. D.
Rothenbush, D. I. Waltz, G. A. Atherton, Herman C. Meyer.

O f f ic e r s —George

Statement of June 23,1915.
Commercial
department

Savings
department

$680,741 63
188 23
64,682 00
1,500 00

Combined
$1,484,787 52
188 23
194,122 00
63,500 00

$795,045 89
129,430 00
62,000 00

35,352 60
3,092 06
107,120 80
6,325 05
243 02
798 26

47,894 10

8,260 56
51,954 30
3,092 06
155,014 90
6,325 05
243 02
798 26

$909,053 65

$1,060,232 25

$1,968,285 90

$150,000
10,000
1,125
19,867

$400,000
40,000
44,387
27,501

8,260 56
16,601 70

LIABILITIES
$250,000
30,000
43,281
7,634

00
00
88
43

23,474 32
230 00
400,396 10

S tate, cou n ty and m unicipal deposits............. ............ ......... ............... ................... , .............. ................... ...........




20,439 01
78,238 25
3,810 67
9,718 99
41,850 00

$909,053 65

00
00
38
45

„

00
00
26
88

62,650 00
15,887 35

23,474 32
230 00
400,396 10
799,702 07
20,439 01
78,238 25
3,810 67
9,718 99
104,500 00
15,887 35

$1,069,232 25

$1,968,285 90

799,702 07

R E P O R T OF S U P E R IN T E N D E N T OF B A N K S .

RESOURCES

89..
O f f ic e r s —

THE BANK OF ST. HELENA— ST. HELENA.

W. W. ^Lyman, President; C.

D ir e c t o r s —

E:

Incorporated August 9, 1882.
Davis, Vice-President; Frank Pellet, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier;

L.

G. Clark,

W. W. Lyman, C. E. Davis, C. H. Greenfield, A. A Watson, Hannah E. Weinberger, Frank Pellet, T. C. Coogan.
Statement of June 23,1915.

L oa n s and d iscou n ts._______ __________________ ____ _____ __________ ______ ______________ _

Overdrafts . _
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
Bank nremises, furniture and fixtures
Safe deposit vaults .
_ ...
Other real estate owned
Due fro m reserve banks. .
______________
Due from other hanks

__________

___________ ____________:___

A ctual cash on hand................... ....................... ........... ....................................................... .......... .........
Exchanges for clearing hou se... .

............... .

Checks and other cash items
Other resources
.

$112,367 00

62,600 00

1 00
19,716 13
272 41
13,723 70

13,016 84

Combined
$318,387 00

$206,020 00

27,233 00
7,694 87

..........

..

. . . _______

___________

Savings
department

6,248 35

,

89,833 00
7,694 87
1 00
32,732 97
272 41
19,972 05
167 95

167 95
$181,176 06

$287,885 19

$469,061 25

$50,000 00
12,500 00
6,117 01

$25,000- 00
6,250 00
8,706 18

$75,000 00
18,750 00
14,823 19

247,929 01

T o ta ls __________________ ____________________„ ______________ ______________ ________ _________ ________
■

102,522 98
■ 247,929 01

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid i n .......

.

...

.

Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Deposits, duo to hanks
Dividends unpaid ...
Savings deposits ...

...........

102;522 98
.

Certified checks
10,036 07

Totals.

...




. . . . .

_

$181,176 06

10,036 07

. $287,885 19

$469,061 25

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

90.

SISKIYOU COUNTY B A N K -Y R E K A .

Incorporated September 6, 1882.
Wadsworth, President; J. P. Churchill, Vice-President; H. C. Patterson, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier;
Jas. A. Thomas, Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary.
D ir e c t o r s — Fred E. Wadsworth, J. P. Churchill, Claude E. Gillis, Amelia Huseman, Lilian M. Julien.
O f f ic e r s — Fred E .

Statement of June 23, 1915.

$315,685 94
Bonds, warrants, and other securities_________

___________________ _____________________

___

188,917 58
23,970 00
8,401 00
116,544 52
57,370 02
1,033 06
772 65
$712,694 77

LIABILITIES
C apital stock p a id in____________ _____ ______ —-----------------------------------------------Surplus ----- --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ---------- -------------Undivided p rofits, less expenses and taxes paid----- ----------------------- -------------------Other existing p rofits, collected, b ut n o t in undivided profits a ccou nt—--------Bills pa ya b le (including certificates o f deposit representing m oney borrow ed)
D eposits, due t o ban ks________________ __________ _________ __________ _________
Dividends u n p a id ________________________ ____ ____________ ____ ________________
Individual deposits su b ject t o check___________ — .............................- — ------------

Savings deposits________________ — ................... — --------- ------ ----------------------Dem and certificates o f d ep osit__________________________________________________
Tim e certificates o f d ep osit---------------------- ---------- ------------------------------------------------Certified c h e c k s ____________ — _________________________________________________
Cashier’s c h e c k s ------------------------------------------ ------- -----------------------------------------------S tate, cou n ty and m unicipal deposits____ - __________________________ __________
P o s ta l savings deposits__________________ _______ _____——----------------- ----------- —

$ 100,000 00
100,000 00

63,134 50
957 05
2,712 08
377,169 03

Savings
department

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

” 16^
135"18

132 09
38,044 66
14,410 06

Other liabilities

Totals_____




$712,694 77
Cn

91 AND 91A.

THE BANK OF YOLO— WOODLAND.

Incorporated January 27, 1883.
.Officers— C. -W Bush.President; R. W. Browning, Vice-President; J. A. Harby, Vice-President; G. N. Merritt, Vice-President;
V
C. !L. Richmond, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; E. B. Hayward, Assistant Cashier; J. H. Krider, Cashier Davis branch.
D ir e c t o r s — C. W, Bush, R, W. Browning, T. L. Baird, Leroy Coil, John Hart, J. A. Harby, T. R. Lowe, G. N. Merritt, -G. H. Heeke.
Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts . _ ...
Overdrafts
Bonds, warrants, and other securities__ _________________________ ________________________________
_
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures___ : _______-___ ___________________________________________
Safe deposit vau lts... . . ........................
Other real estate owned .......
Due from reserve banks_________________________________ _______________ ____________ —...... .........
Due from other banks____________________________________________________________________________
Actual cash on hand
Exchanges for clearing house
_ _
Checks and other cash items
Other resources___________________________________________________
_______________________
T otals___________________________

Capital stock paid in

__ _____

.

__

Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
.. . ..
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account______________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)......... ................. ..........
Deposits, due to banks_____________ > ______ ____ _____ __________________________________________
_
Dividends u n pa id _____________________ ___________________ ___________________ ______________
Savings deposits ... ’
... ...
Demand certificates o f d eposit.._______ ______________
Time, certificates o f deposit
...
.........
Certified checks
....
. . . . . . .
Cashier’s checks
Postal savings d e p o sits..!.____*______
Other liabilities
.

_

__________________
...............................

___ ___________

________. . _____ :

N o t e .—-The

59,837 50

24,309 30
45,090 80

$1,269,166
5,694
274,849
60,500

04
22
35
00

24,309 30
22,272 52

201 26
1,980 30

67,363 32
201 26
1,980 30

$632,546 23

$1,704,063 79

$250,000 00
65,000 00
17,387 12

$80,000 00
65,200 00
15,654 45

$330,000 00
130,200 00
33,041 57

200,000 00 ------ , ----------------

200,000 00

32 00,
253,706 00

32
253,706
471,691
140,292

471,691 78
140,292 44

00
00
78
44

100 00
__________ . _____________________

T otals______________________________________________________________________ _ _____ _______

above statement includes the business of the Davis branch office.




$550,436 21

Combined

$1,071,517 56

LIABILITIES
... .

.................

$718,729 83
5,694 22
215,011 85
60,500 00

Savings
department

100 00

145,000 00

145,000 00

$1,071,517 56

$632,546 23

$1,704,063 79

R E P O R T OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N K S .

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

92.

BANK OP VACAVILLE— VACAVILLE.

Incorporated April 23, 1883.
.1). Robbins, President; G. .W. Crystal, Vice-President; Edw. Fisher, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; W. W.
Chandler, Assistant Cashier.
. .
.
.
D ir e c t o r s — R. D. Robbins, G. W, Crystal, C. M. Hartley, Geo. P. Akerley, E. R. Thurber.
O f f ic e r s — R.

Statem ent of June 23. 1915.
Savings

$31,350 00

$329,527 40
... 19 66
55,000 00
9,500,00
12,000
28,838
1,431
17,277
240

Combined

department

00
36
08
40
96

$3.60,877 40
... 19 66
55,000 00
9,500 00
12,000 00
29,964 86
1,431 08
17,477 49
240 96

1,126 50
200 09

$453,834 86

$75,000 00
22,000 00
7,075 88

-

$32,676 59 .......... $486,511 45

$25,000 00
-$100,000 00
5,000 00- ______ 27,000.00
1 65
7,077 53

LIABILITIES

Bills payable~(fneluding certificates o f deposit representing money borrow ed).,....... . ........ ...................

------- - — - ---

75,000 06

2,674 94

---- -

15 00
130,544 20
2,674 94
5,860 15
-----------133,33963

-- .............

75,000 00

“ -T1-

15 O
O
130,544 20
5,860 15
------------- —---------------------------------- --------- 138,339 63

Time certificates o f

State, county and municipal deposits— ------ r— rr— — — —— ———
Othef liabilities

____ ,______ --------- . --------- . ----------------— ,—

---------------- - - - - - ------ ---------------------------- -— -— ------- ——
$453,834 86

N o t e .— Added

.....

savings department May 24, *1915.




1

R E P O R T O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T OF B A N K S .

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

...... .............
$32,676 59

s©

$486,511 45
Qj

93.

THE BANK OF LOS GATOS— LOS GATOS.

Incorporated November 9, 1883.
— J. A. Case, President; F. F. Watkins, Vice-President; S. D. Balch, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; P. E. Curtis,
Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — G. S. McMurtry, J. A. Case, F. F. Watkins, S. D. Balch, J. D. Farwell.
O

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.

_

._

..

..

,

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in_________________________________'.__________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account___________ _
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit, representing money borrowed)
Deposits, due to banks
......... *. .
Dividends unpaid
. _
...
Individual deposits subject, to check.
Savines d e p o sits................
Time certificates o f deposit
...
Certified checks .... ~ .......
Cashier’s checks
..
....
State, county and municipal deposits__
Postal savings deposits

___

__

...
........................... .
________________________________ _____________________ .

50
73
00
00

$335,662 90

55,734 38
2,537 57
29,726 95

26,683 17

$169,429
152
49,671
1,000

20,166 83

9,285 14

399 26
2,522 37

17,000 00
3,149 71

40
73
83
00

82,417 55
2,537 57
39,012 09

$391,798 04

■

$702,971 80

$20,000 00
20,000 00
6,547 73

$50,000 00
40,000 00
11,343 62

333,281 74

40
188,714
333,281
5,004
41,965
503

40 00
188,714 38
5,004 83
41,965 95
503 00

$505,092
152
69,837
1,000

399 26
2,522 37

$311,173 76

$30,000 00
20,000 00
4,795 89

Combined

5,500 00

00
38
74
83
95
00

6,468 57
Totals.




$311,173 76

22,500 00
3,149 71
6,468 57

$381,798 04

$702,971 80

R E P O R T O P S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O P B A N K S .

Loans and discounts____________ . ______ ___________________ ______________________
. . . ..
Overdrafts . .
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
Bank Dremises. furniture and fixtures
_
... ..
Safe deposit vaults_____________ ____ _______ _______ _________________ _____ __________ . .
Other real estate owned____ ____ _______ _ _______. . . _______ __________ _
_
Due from reserve banks.____ ____ _________ ____ _______________ _______ __________ __________ _ _
Due from other banks______________ _____ _______ —_________ ___________ _.
Actual cash on hand____________________________ _____ ________________ _____________ ___
Exchanges fo r clearing house_______________________________________ __________________ _____ . . . .
Checks and other cash items___________ ____ _______________________________________________
Other resources___________ ______ ___ . __________________________________________________________
Totals.... ................................................... ........... .................... ......................

Savings
department

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

94.

BANK OF CLOVERDALE-CLOVERDALE.
Incorporated February 25, 1884.

O f f ic e r s — C. B. Shaw, President; Walter Sink, Vice-President; C. L. Sedgley, Secretary,
D ir e c t o r s — C. B. Shaw, Walter Sink, C. L. Sedgley, Geo. Fredericks, H. E. Black.

Treasurer and Cashier.

Statement of June 23,1915.
RESOURCES

Commercial
department

10,000 O
O
42,012 75
18,562 15

$418,114 11
LIABILITIES
$50,000 00
25,000 00
7,893 63
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account__________________ ________




45,000 00
23,776 95
72,398 10
9,036 52
160,008 91

Combined
R E P O R T O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N K S .

$317,533 25
5 96
30,000 00

Savings
department

25,000 00

$418,114 11
05

96.

GLENDORA BANK— GLENDORA.

Incorporated December 8, 1384.-.-------OFFic^Sts— J.- H; Odell, President ; A. E. Englehardt, Vice-President; F. E. Odell, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier ; Dr. G.-E,- Odell,Assistant Cashier
DipBCTOBS-—J. -H. -Odell, A. E, Englehardt,- F. E. Odell,-G. E. Odell, J, J; West, W. B. Cullen, J. A. Lewis.
Statement of June 23* 1915.
1!

.......

'

RESOURCES

$152,007
280
22,009
9,135

52
19
40
30

6,186 80
25,463 33
Aetna! cash on hand
Exchanges fo r clearing house!... . .
Oheelrs and other cash items .

.

11,183 18
30 40

Totals

..




$226,302 12
LIABILITIES
$42,000 00
10,000 00
3,689 51

74,273 30
76,339 31
20,000 00

$220,302 12

Combined

.-•

R E P O R T O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N K S .

Savings
department

Commercial
department

97.

THE SAN JOSE SAFE DEPOSIT BANK OF SAVINGS— SAN JOSE.
Incorporated April 29, 1885.

O fficers —:E. McLaughlin, President; John F. Brooke, Vice-President, Manager and Treasurer; W. H. Pabst, Secretary and Cashier;

J. H. Russell, Assistant Cashier.

D irectors — E. McLaughlin, John F. Brooke, J. E. Auzerais, S. E. Smith, H. E. Wilcox.

Statement of June 23,1915.
Savings
department

Combined

$714,180 62

$1,955,155 00

$2,669,335 62

72,645 83

1,456,705 56
175,000 00

1,529,351 39
175,000 00

343,070
53,610
68,244
11,564
13,301
15

444,792 46

28
17
85
85
70
00

111,110 89

$1,276,723 30

$4,142,763 91

$150,ooo 00
450,000 00
17,366 87

$150,000 00
250,000 00

787,862
53,610
179,355
11,564
13,391
15

74
17
74
85
70
00

$5,419,487 21

LIABILITIES

108,624 26
Bills p a ya b le (including certificates o f deposit representing m oney b o rro w e d )______________




$300,000
700,000
17,366
108,624

00
00
87
26

______

16,631 21

16,631 21

606,924 15
3,634,139 65

23,811 21
8,500 00
3,489 86

$1,276,723 30

'

$4,142,763 91

606,924
3,634,139
23,811
8,500
3,489

15
65
21
00
86

R E P O R T O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N E S .

Commercial
department

BESOtmCES

$5,419,487 21
05
C
O

102.

“ CONSOLIDATED BANK OF ELSINORE’ ’—ELSINORE.

Incorporated August 18, 1887.
A. Stewart, President; S. H. Herrick, Vice-President; J. M. Ormsby, Secretary, Treasurer, Cashier; C. M. Cason.
Assistant Cashier; R. H. Kirkpatrick, Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — S. A. Stewart, S. H. Herrick, J. M. Ormsby, A. G. Keck, N. L. Dickson.

O f f ic e r s -—S.

Statement of June 23,1915.

.

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in
.
. . .
Surplus
Undivided profits, less expenses and faxes paid
Other existing profits, collected, hnf not in undivided profits account

—

$76,013 02
10 11
14,500 00
12,000 00
15,359 87
6,390 02
5 10
$124,278 12

$25,000 00
5,000 00
1,034 00
1,247 69

Dividends unpaid
Savings deposits
Certified checks
Cashier’s checks
Postal savings deposits *




...

.......

60,993 55
18,641
1
1,398
10,960

96
50
99
43

$124,278 12

Combined
R E P O R T O P S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O P B A N K S .

Loans and discounts________________________________________________________________
__________
_______
____________________
__
__
O verdrafts__
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
.
Bank Dremises. furniture and fixtures
Safe deposit vaults
Other real estate owned__________________ ______ _________ _______________________________________
Due from reserve banks___ _____________ —............
.......
..
______
_
_______ ___
.................. _....... __
. ......
............... ................ _
Due from other banks................ ...............
Actual cash on hand..................... ............. ................................................................................. ........................
Exchanges for clearing house..
Checks and other cash items
Other resources___________ ____
Totals___________ ____ ____________________________________

Savings
department

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

103.

THE BANK OF ARCATA— ARCATA.

-19462

Incorporated September 11, 1886.
Bair, President; Wesley W. Stone, Vice-President; Henry F. Brizard, Secretary; Frank H. Tooby, Treasurer and
Cashier; C. B. Stone, Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — Frank H. Tooby, N. H. Falk, Sylvester Myers, Thomas Bair, Wesley W . Stone, H. W. Jackson, Henry F. Brizard.
O f f ic e r s — Thomas

Statement of June 23, 1915.
RESOURCES

$348,683 98
39,609 40
33,859 52
10,405
37,247
2,550
20,717

33
18
71
40

787 59
$493,861 11
LIABILITIES

Other existing- profits, collected, hut not in undivided profits neconnt

$100,000 00
100,000 O
O
53,283- 02

215,473 88

Savings
department

Combined
R E P O R T OF S U P E R IN T E N D E N T OF B A N K S .

Commercial •
department

16,546 89
Cashier's eheelrs
Postal savings deposits




499 21
256 97
4,940 05
2,362 36
498 73
$493,861 11
OS

Ot

106.

“ BANK OP CENTRAL CALIFORN IA’ — FRESNO.

g

Incorporated February 26, 1887.
O f f ic e r s —Max Frankenau, P r e s id e n tB . Einstein, Vice-President; L. Gundelfinger, Vice-President; C. E. Hamilton, Secretary and
Cashier; B. Einstein, Treasurer.
D ir e c t o r s — W. M. Rennie, W. T. Mattingly, B. Einstein, Max Frankenau, L. Gundelfinger.
Statement of June 23,1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES

$580,065 29
O v e r d r a ft s _______________________________________________________________

_________

_________

_____

88,737 96

86,457
23,659
87,481
5,701
4.266
2,786

30
45
92
07
73
04

$885,214 76
LIABILITIES

Other existin g p rofits, collected, b u t n o t in undivided profits account________________________________
Bills p a ya b le (including certificates o f d eposit representing m oney borrow ed)________________________
Individual deposits su b ject t o check____ _______________________ ________________________________________

Savings deposits

......

......

Cashier’s cheeks
Postal savings deposits..*




.......
...

. .

..

................

...................

$200,000 00
90,000 00
18,765 74
23,059 34
13,518 62
0,000 00
438,618 80
33,509 96
54,274 10
238 20
7,000 00
233 00
$885,214 76

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Savings
department

107.

THE BANK OP ORLAND— ORLAND.

O f f ic e r s — George A. Barceloux, President; H. J.
D ir e c t o r s — George A. Barceloux, W. E. Scearce,

Incorporated March 29, 1887.
Barceloux, Vice-President; W. E. Scearce, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
H. J. Barceloux, Charles L. Donahoe, A. Scearce.
Statem ent of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES

Due from 'other banks_________- ___________________________________________________________ ______
Exchanges for clearing house

. ..

.

.

$230,705 65
875 96
33,236 28
12,750 00
2,000 00
'

.
—

14,960 93
16,479 40
557 62
$311,565 84

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in
...
........................ .......
Surplus
"
...
....
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid .__________________ _______________________________
Other existing profits, collected, but not lh undivided profits account_____________________________
Dividends unpaid




.

................

$50,000 00
12,500 00
14,305 11
40,000 00
5,000 00
523 00
129,298 24
8,907 01
25,146 59

Combined
R E P O R T O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N K S .

Loans and discounts
.. ....
_
. ..
. _
_
...............
Overdrafts
......
_ ...........
Bonds, warrants, and other securities_________ _____________ ___________________________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures______________________________________________________ ______
Safe deposit vaults____________________________________ _____________________ ___ _________ __
Other real estate owned__________________________________________ _________________________________

Savings
department

•

100 00
25,000 00
785 89
$311,565 84
03

108.

THE SAN DIEGO SAVINGS BANK— SAN DIEGO.
Incorporated April 15, 1889.

O fficers — M. T. Gilmore, President; J. W. Sefton, Jr., Vice-President; E. M. Barber, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; C. L. Reed,

Assistant Cashier: David N. Millan, Assistant Cashier.
D irectors — R. M. Powers, A. H. Sweet, W. M. Crouse, J. Perry Lewis, M. T. Gilmore, J. W. Sefton, Jr., E. M. Barber, C. L.
Williams, F. R. Burnham.
Statement of June 23, 1915.
RESOURCES

Savings
department
$3,416,631 06
269,278 62
100,139 87
35.000 00
14.000 00
421,759 93
100,892 36
5,475 66
3,972 01
$4,367,149 51

LIABILITIES
$200,000 00
200,000 00
134,610 45
99,210 04

3,450,533 26
182,795 76
100,000 00
Postal savings deposits_1_ ___*______
Totals____________




--

___ ______ _
_

___________ ________________________________

: _________________ _____________________ : _____________________________
_
_

$4,367,149 51

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

Loans and discounts_______ _____________________________________________________________________
O verdrafts_ _____ ____ ___ ______ ____ _____ _______ ________ ___________
____ _______ _________
Bonds, warrants, and other securities______________ __________ ________ _____________________
__ ______ ________________ _______ ________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_____________
Safe deposit vaults_______________________________ _____________ -______________________ _________
Other real estate owned__________________ _______ __________ _________ _ ____________________
Due from reserve banks___ _________________________ ________ ___________ ______________________
Due from other banks____ _________ ____________________________ ___________ _____________________
Actual cash on hand_______ _________________________________________-________________ _____ _____
E xchanges fo r clearing: house
................
................

Commercial
department

110.

“ THE COMMERCIAL BANK’ ’— SANTA BARBARA.

Incorporated August 17, 1887.
S. Edwards, President; Joseph Sexton, Vice-President; A. Edwards, Secretary and Treasurer; Alfred Edwards,
Cashier; John P. Redington, Assistant Cashier; Jos. P. Sexton, Assistant Cashier; John S. Edwards, Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — George S. Edwards, Joseph Sexton, A. Edwards, T. S. Hawley, John W. Bailard, John S. Edwards, Edward F. R. Vail.
O f f ic e r s — George

Statement of June 23, 1915.
RESOURCES

Due from reserve hanks .

.

.

.

.

.

Exchanges for clearing house

$922,425 45
5,585 79
163,380 00
9,151 20

Savings
department

....................

14,680 00
148,796 07
7,499 20
81,392 69
14,630 55
3,058 60
8,469 47
$1,379,069 02

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in________________________________________________________ ______________ ______
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account___________ ______________ ___




$225,000 00
12,000 00
7,575 04
21,000 00
67,482 88
836,976 54
27,138 16
71,456 70
286 12
111,153 58
—
$1,379,069 02

Combined

—

R E P O R T OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O P B A N K S .

Loans and discounts______________ ________________.____________________ ________________________
Overdrafts
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
.
.
Bank premises, furniture and fix tu re s--_____________ - ____ ____ _____ _ _________________________
Safe deposit vaults.__________ _
___ _______ ____________________ ____
____________ _______

Commercial
department

I l l AND 111A.

PLACER COUNTY BANK— AUBURN.

Incorporated October 5, 1887.
O f f ic e r s — Alden Anderson, President; W. J. Wilson, Jr., Vice-President; J. M. Francis, Vice-President; Geo. W. Eckhardt, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier ; J. S. Johns, Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — J. M. Francis, W. J. Wilson, Jr., Geo. McAulay, E. S. Birdsall, Alden Anderson, Chas. Keena, F. S. Stevens.
Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES

$226,538 89

Combined
$468,428
146
188,233
40,669

56
73
10
70

10,669 70

188,233 10
30,000 00

25,678 98

11,023 29

36,702 27

22,840 99

8,711 98

31,552 97

435 04
121 00

435 04
121 00

$301,782 11

$464,507 26

$766,289 37

$65,000 00
20,000 00
4,250 85

$35,000 00
15,000 00
11,816 97

$100,000 00
35,000 00
16,067 82

LIABILITIES

196,456 56

45,000 00
7,804 42

196,456 56
349,885 87
8,395 05
450 00
4,260 25
2,969 40
45,000 00
7,804 42

$464,507 26

$766,289 37

349,885 87
8,395 05
450 00
4,260 25
2,969 40

$301,782 11
N o t e .— The

above statement includes the business




of

Auburn branch

office .

R E P O R T O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N K S .

$241,889 67
146 73

Savings
department

112.

CITY SAVINGS BANK— SANTA CRUZ.

Incorporated December 6, 1887.
D. Baldwin, President; F. O. Hihn, Vice-President; C. D. Hinkle, Vice-President; T. G. McCreary, Secretary, Treasurer
and Cashier; A. H. Foster, Assistant Cashier; W. M. Carmean, Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — F. D. Baldwin, F. O. Hihn, F. K. Roberts, H. S. Deming, C. D. Hinkle, L. E. McLellan, F. R. Howe.
O f f ic e r s — F.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
RESOURCES

Totals

... .. ..

........................

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in—__ ;_________________________________________________
S urp lus_____________________ ______________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______ ______ ; _____________
_
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account______
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed).
Deposits, due to banks____________________________________________________
Dividends u n p a id _______ ___________________________________ _____ _______ .
Individual deposits subject to check---------------------------------------- ----------------Savings d e p o s its ___________;____ —________________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit__________________ -_____________________-____
Time certificates o f deposit___________ ______ ______________________________
Certified checks___________________________________________ _______________
Cashier’s ch eck s_______ ; _ _____________________________________ ___________
_
State, county and municipal deposits_________________________________ ____
Postal savings deposits_______________ _____________ _______ _______________
Other liabilities___________________________________________________________
Totals___ _____________________________________________________ ________




Savings
department

Combined

$1,167,535 11
261,720 00
25,008 02
78,022
166,073
53,478
35,000

32
55
45
00

3,172 67

--------- ------

$1,790,005 12

$ 100,000 00

..

61,000 00 ..
11,500 48 ..
42,471 87 ..

1,532,523 77

42,500 00

$1,790,005 12

R E P O R T OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T OP B A N K S .

Loans and discounts____ _______ _________________________________________________ . . . . _____________
O verdrafts_________
. _ . . ............ ... ...... . . . . ______ ______________________
Bonds, warrants, and other securities____________
_ . _____ _______________________
__________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures... ____ _. _____________ _____________ ___________ _
Safe deposit vaults___ _ __ ________ . .
_____ _____
_
.
.
. . . _. . . . _
Other real estate ow ned..
__ __________ _______ ______________
____________
. . . _ ____
Due from reserve b a n k s .___ _. . . __
_____ ___________________ _ ______ ___________ . . .
Due from other banks___ ____ ____ ___________ . . . _______;____________ ___________ ___ ____
Actual cash on hand__ ______ .
___ — ___________________________________ ____________ ___
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________ ______________ _____ ___ ___ — _________________ ____
Checks and other cash items___ _
— . . . _____ ________ ___ _. ______________ _ _ . .
Other resources__ __________ __ _ — _______ _________________________
___________________

Commercial
department

113.

CITIZEN S’ SAVINGS BANK OF SAN DIEGO— SAN DIEGO.

Incorporated January 16, 1888.
Isaac Irwin, President; C. B. Whittelsey, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; John Zweck, Assistant
Cashier; Geo. E. Jaeger, Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary.
D ir e c t o r s — W. J. Bailey, C. J. Zweck, Marco H. Heilman, I. Isaac Irwin, Geo. E. Jaeger, William Kettner, Edmund Mayer, C. B.
Whittelsey, Terry E. Barker.

O f f ic e r s — I.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Savings
department

Combined

$627,231 49
120,721
9,798
2,000
29,482
53,606

39
65
00
67
60

20,813 04
1,295 37
30 33
$864,978 54
LIABILITIES

$100,000 00
25,000 00
8,057 24
Bills p ayable (including certificates o f deposit representing m oney b orrow ed )_- ______ __




__________

5,646 36
625,234 55
33,068 73
49,050 00
18,921 66
$834,978 54

R E P O R T OF S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N K S .

Commercial
department

reso u rces

114.

“ COMMERCIAL BANK OF SAN LUIS OBISPO” — SAN LUIS OBISPO.

-19462

Incorporated March 20, 1888.
W. Barneberg, President; E . W. Clark, Vice-President; R, R. Muscio, Vice-President; H. L. Kemper, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; F. H. Throop, Assistant Cashier; L. F. Defosset, Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — J. W. Barneberg, E. W. Clark, S. A. Dana, L, J. Beckett, A. Muscio, R. R. Muscio, P. Tognazzini, H. L. Kemper, E.
Biaggini.
O f f ic e r s — J.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

O verdrafts___ ___________ ______________
_ _____________ __ _ ___________________ __________
Bonds, warrants, and other securities_______ __ __________ _____ _ __ _____________
_____
_
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures____ ____ __________________ ! ___ ______________________
Safe deposit vaults___ ___ __________________ __ _____________
_ ------------------------------------___________ ______ ___________ ____ _
___ _________
Other real estate owned__
..........
Due from reserve banks
Due from other banks..
Actual cash on hand___ _ _ _____ i ___________ . . . ___________; _____
_
_
____:__________ ______ _
Exchanges for clearing house_____ ■___________ ________ __________
____________________
______
Checks and other cash items______________ _______ ____________ __ _____ ________ __
Other resources_________
_________ — - - ____ _______ ________
__________ _____ ______

Savings
department

$1,005,867 77
5,639 48
1214,968 75
61,388 53

$1,307,583 61

2,267 90
327.264 34
3,159 99
135.264 10

9,500 00
38,801 95

241,712 50

Combined
$2,313,451
5,639
456,681
61,388

38
48
25
53

______________ _

___________________

__ ____ , ___

__

_____ _

661 96

5,154 51
661 96

$1,760,975 37

$1,633,614 78

$3,394,590 15

$200,000 00
40,000 00
14,702 91
43,232 40

T otals_________ ____ _

35,354 76

11,767 90
366,066 29
3,159 99
170,618 86

$100,000 00
60,000 00
23,563 16

$300,000 00
100,000 00
38,266 07
43,232 40

1,407,288 79

49,081 96
75 00
845,068 43
1,407,288 79
5,005 62
488,938 17
70 00

5,154 51

LIABILITIES

Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)_____________

Savings deposits ________ _

_______________

_ ____________________

Certified checks . . ■ ~
'
Cashier’s ch eck s_____ ____ _ ___________ _______ ; _____________
State, county and municipal deposits.............
.............

___ ___ _ __ _

_ __

____

_ __ _______ __________ ______

49,081 96
75 00
845,068 43
5,005 62
455,074 65
70 00

33,863 52

108,651 37

108,651 37
13 03

Totals

..




R E P O R T OF S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N K S .

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

8,899 31

8,912 34

$1,760,975 37

$1,633,614 78

$3,394,590 15
03

116.

PAJARO VALLEY SAVINGS BANK— WATSONVILLE.

Incorporated July 18, 1888.
R. Porter, President; J. E. Trafton, Vice-President; C. P. Langley, Vice-President and Manager; C. A. Palmtag,
Secretary and Cashier; L. H. Lopes, Treasurer, Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary; W. N. Cumming, Assistant Cashier
and Assistant Secretary.
D ir e c t o r s — W. R. Porter, P. Mauk, J. E. Trafton, L. P. Cox, Chas. P. Langley.

O f f ic e r s — W.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

Savings
department

Combined

$663,065 57
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures__________ _________:_________________________________________




38,710 00
30,000 00
29,509 58
56,909 62
17,990 48

$836,185 25 .............................
LIABILITIES
$50,000 00
35,000 00
11,963 87
17,704 67

695,923 87
25,592 84
—

$836,185 25

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

RESOURCES

117.

BANK OF RIDEOUT, SMITH & CO.— OROVILLE.

Incorporated May 31, 1888.
M. Rideout, President; Dunning Rideout, Vice-President; L. L. Green, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer and
Cashier; F. W. Eilerman, Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary.
D ir e c t o r s — Phoebe M. Rideout, Dunning Rideout, L. L. Green, A. F. Jones, R. S. Powers, H. P. Stow, John J. Hamlyn.
O f f ic e r s — Phoebe

Statement of June 23, 1915.

O verdrafts____________________________________ ______________ ______________ . . . _______________
Bonds, warrants, and other securities____________________________________ - _____________ ________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures___________________________________ __________________ ________
Safe deposit vaults_____ ;_________________________ : ______________________ - - _________________ ;____
_
Other real estate owned___ _________ ____________ — ____________________________________________
Due from reserve banks___ ____________________ ______________________ ___ ____ ____________ . .
Due from other banks--------------- -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Exchanges for clearing house______________________________ _____ __________________________________
Checks and other cash items_____________________ _ _________________________________ ___ _______
Other resources_____________ __________ ________________________ ____ _______- ______________
Totals

...

LIABILITIES
C apital stock p a id in__________________________________________________________
Surplus __________________________________________________ ________________ _____
U ndivided p rofits, less expenses and taxes paid________________ ______________
Other existing p rofits, collected, b u t n ot in undivided profits accou nt_______
Bills p ayable (including certificates o f deposit representing m oney borrow ed).
D eposits, due t o banks_________________________________ 1______________________
Dividends u n p a id ______________________________________________________________
Individual deposits s u b ject t o check___________ _______________________________
S avings d e p o s i t s ____________ __________________________ __________ ____________
Dem and certificates o f dep osit_____ :___________________ _________ ______________
Tim e certificates o f deposit;___________________________ - _______________________
Certified ch e ck s _________________________________ - _____________________________
Cashier’s c h e c k s ____________________ ____ ________ ____ i _________ ____________
S ta te, cou n ty and m unicipal deposits__________________ „___ __________________
P o s ta l savings deposits_____ ___________ ____ _________ ____________ _________—
Other lia b ilitie s --------------------- -----------------------------------------------------------------------------

Totals.




__

— ---------------------

Savings
department

Combined

$280,434 54
—

84,375 26
-------31,293 47
—

____ _

15,761 82 ------------------------

$429,184 39

$30,000 00
10,000 00

4,271 58
9,556 19

369,356 62

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

$423,184 39
-I

118.

“ BANK OF L O D I” —LODI.

Incorporated June 7, 1888.
E. Welch, President; D. A. Guernsey, Vice-President; C. M. Ferdun, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; A. O.
Eddlemon, Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — D. A. Guernsey, H. E. Welch, J. H. Thompson, J. Brack, A. V. Friedberger, Frank Perrott, J. W. Emde, T. H. Beckman,
G. E. Lawrence.
O f f ic e r s — H.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Overdrafts

............

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned_________

.............

____ __________

________

...
______ _ __________

$145,220 00

$435,995 09

113,827 57
72,444 70
371 03

19,375 00

136,202 57
72,444 70
371 00

20,440 71
4,C O 00
O
27,771 85
Other resources

_

_

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in___________ _______________ _________________________

...........




_

$534,760 11

________

$75,003 00
34,030 C
O
550 47
10,486 37

____________ _______

..........
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid .
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account__________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f denosit representing money borrowed 1 ..

Savings deposits

5,882 54

2,129 27

.......

Totals

Dividends unpaid

Combined

$290,775 09

............

______________

Savings
department

.....
...

..............

.

20,440 71
4,000 00
33,654 39
2,129 27

$170,477 54

$25,000
10,000
4,617
3,803

$705,237 73

00
00
58
07

$100,030
44,000
5,177
14,289

03
00
05
44

89,464 65

270
244,188
89,464
23,636
144,136
75

00
24
65
40
95
00

270 03
244,188 24
23,636 40'
103,544 71
75 00

37,502 24

40,000 00

$534,760 19

40,000 00

$170,477 54

$705,237 73

R E P O R T O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T OF B A N K S .

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

119.

MONROVIA SAVINGS BANK— MONROVIA.

Incorporated July 27, 1888.
H. Bartle, President; W. A. Chess, Vice-President; Marco H. Heilman, Vice-President; K. E. Lawrence, Secretary
and Cashier; A. H. Johnson, Treasurer.
D ir e c t o r s — John H. Bartle, W. A. Chess, Marco H. Heilman, A. H. Johnson, Frank J. Comes, John P. Dunn, R. M. Baker.
O f f ic e r s — John

Statement of June 23, 1915.
RESOURCES

Savings
department

Combined

$353,093 16
Bonds, warrants, and other securities..
__ ___________________ . . . . ________ ___ ______________
_
. . . ________ ________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_______ ___________ _________
Safe deposit vaults______________ _. . . ______________________________
_ _. ____ _______________
Other real estate owned_____ __ ;_____________________________________
_________________ _____ :
Actual cash on hand________________

__ _________________________________ ____________________

33,830 00
2,750 00
5,209
31,719
2,500
11,932

40
93 —
00
39

209 92
$441,244 80
LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in______________________________________________________
Surplus _____________________________ . __________________________________ ...
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid____________________________
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account______
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed).
Deposits, due to banks___________________________________________ ________
Dividends u n p a id ________________ _____ ______________ _______ :_____________
Individual deposits subject to check_____________________ _________________
Savings deposits ____________ _____ _______________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit___ ; ____ , ___________________________________
_
Time certificates o f deposit_____________________ _____ ____________________

$50,000 00
12,500 00
11,667 92

332,076 88

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

Certified c h e c k s ____ _________________________________ _________ _______________

Cashier’s ch eck s________________________ ____ - _________ _________________
State, county and municipal deposits______________________________________
Postal savings deposits___________________________________________________
Other liabilities__________ ___________ :____________________________ _______
Totals.




25,000 00

io'ooooo"
$441,244 80
—
3

121.

FARM ERS AND M ERCHANTS’ BANK OF STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA— STOCKTON.
■Incorporated October 17, 1888.

O fficers — D. A. Guernsey, President; John M. Perry, Vice-President; Will E. Morris, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; Carl H.

Rothenbush, Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary; Chester B. Welch, Assistant Cashier.

D irectors — D. A. Guernsey, John M. Perry, Will E. Morris, S. B. Coates, Dan N. Gilmore, H. E. Welch, E. F. Davis, Frank Cox,

Geo. Finkbohner.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Due fro m reserve ban ks_______
A ctu a l cash on hand______ —

___

____

___

___________________________ _______________

----------------------------------------------------- ------

_____

------------------------------------------------

Savings
department

$1,041,132 37
400 O
S
109,618 29
1,500 00
250 00
2,568 43
90,957 47

$824,569 73
25,800 00

14,516 00

70,942 70
14,169 59
6,496 80
834 57 --- ------------- —
4,595 77

Combined
$1,865,702 10
400 06
225,418 29
1,500 00
250 00
2,568 43
105,473 47
85,112
6,496
834
4,595

29
80
57
77

$1,419,296 46

$879,055 32

$2,298,351 78

$409,000
100,000
123,004
2,069
75,000
22,658
1,414
514,108

$100,000 00
50,000 00
47,321 60

$500,000'
150,000
170,326
2,069
75,000
22,658
1,414
514,108
620,173
33,223
61,560
7,748

LIABILITIES

Other existing p rofits, collected, b u t n o t in undivided profits account_________ _____ _______ —
Bills pa ya b le (including certificates o f d ep osit representing m oney b orrow ed )_______ ___________

00
00
59
64
00
07
O
O
29

33,223 22
Certified ch e ck s _,

_

_ __

_______________________________________________________

__________

7,748 65

620,173 27
61,560 45

140,000 00
Other liabilities

_____________ - ------------------ ---------------------------------------------- ----------------------------------------------




140,000 00

70 00 —
$1,419,296 46

00
00
19
64
00
07
00
29
27
22
45
65

70 00
$879,055 32

$2,298,351 78

R E P O R T O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T OF B A N K S .

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

122.

DECKER, JEWETT & CO. BAN K-M AR YSVILLE.

Incorporated Novetnber 12, 1888.
McAllister, President; H. B. P. Carden, Vice-President; A. C. Bingham, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier;
Jackson Waste, Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — Elliott McAllister, A. C. Bingham, H. B. P. Carden, John K. Kelly, W. T. Ellis.
O f f ic e r s — Elliott

Statement of June 23, 1915.

"Ronds, warrants, and other securities ...
■Rant premises, furniture and fixtures . _

.

.

_

......

Other real estate owned
Actual cash on hand

. . . .

Checks and other cash items___ _________________________________________________ —
______
.

Other resources . ...




$540,445
3,303
87,952
19,500
2,500

Savlnss
department
13
48
83
00
00

17,387 75
1,877 19
51,280 35
1,448 07
178 27
$705,873 05

LIABILITIES
$150,000 00
37,500 00
31,182 40
70,000 00
181,564 83

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

7,735 07
181,890 75
46,000 00

$705,873 05
CO

123 AND 123A.

SECURITY TRUST & SAVINGS B A N K -L O S ANGELES.

Incorporated January 11, 1889.
P. Sartori, President; M. S. Heilman, Vice-President; W. H. Booth, Vice-President; Chas. H. Toll, Vice-President;
John E. Plater, Vice-President; W. D. Longyear, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; C. W. Wilson, W. A. Ellis, J. H. Griffin and
W. M. Caswell, Assistant Secretaries; T. Q. Hall, R. B. Hardacre and G. M. Wallace, Assistant Cashiers; L. H. Roseberry,
Attorney ; W. A. Ellis, Trust Officer; C. M. Jay, Assistant Trust Officer.
D ir e c t o r s — J. P. Sartori, M. S. Heilman, John E. Plater, Chas. H. Toll, W. H. Booth, W. D. Longyear, Wm. H. Allen, Jr., J. A.
Graves, W. L. Graves, Isaias W. Heilman, R. H. Lacy, James H. Adams, W. L. Valentine, W. H. Holliday, Henderson Hayward,
T. E. Newlin, W. J. Washburn, H. W. O’Melveny, J. H- Shankland, W. D. Woolwine, R. Shettler, James Slauson, W. Jarvis
Barlow, Jos. Kurtz.

O f f ic e r s — J.

Trust

RESOURCES

Commercial

Loans and discounts_________ ______
— ........... ....... ............................
O verdrafts____________________ _____ ___________________
____ __________
Bonds, warrants and other securities . . ___ ________
. ___ ______ _____
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures___ ___ __________________________
Safe deposit vaults______________ _____ __
______________________________
Other real estate owned_______
..
____________________ ____ ____________
Due from reserve banks
Due from other banks______________________________________________________
Actual cash on hand___ _______ _______ ___ __ ______. . . __________ ____
Exchanges for clearing house___ __________________ _____________ _.................
•
Checks and other cash items____________ ___________________________ ■___ .
Other resources_______________ __________ ___________________________________
Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers
or trustees__________________________________________ ________________ _

Savings

$2,292,545 62
1,265 42

$24,454,500 24

36,636 16
1,270,130 69
647,003 64
171,009 57
27,647 36
22,196 57

6,917,310
831,558
166,879
33,823
4,508,764
292,163
1,723,378
25,144
15,371
237

Court trusts

$300,000 00

.

.

..

$100,496 20

147,786 48

41
34
84
19
04
57
67
19
71
24

52,226 40
2,749 90

6 40
62,393 39
/
----- *----- \
Private trusts
not under
supervision o f
2,278,025 10 State Banking
2,719,919 44 Department
V
-------- /-------- '

Trusts invested under order o f court or) {Personal property________________
in accordance with provisions o f trust J )Real property
Totals

Combined
Private trusts
$26,747,045 86
1,266 42
7,317,806 61
831,558 34
203,516 00
33,823 19
6,068,907 61
292,163 57
2,373,132 21
196,153 76
43,025 47
84,827 20

2,278,025 10
2,719,919 44

...

LIABILITIES
. ...

........

$39,059,131 44

$5,445,731 02

$217,872 29

$49,191,170 78

$400,000 00
350,000 00
131,013 80

$1,000,000 00
750,000 00
705,292 43

$300,000 00

$100,000 00

$1,800,000 00
1,100,000 00
954,178 52

137,121 32

Capital stock paid in
Surplus

$4,468,436 03

10,207 34

3,141,234 95
34,581,863 11
69,136 62
1,411,768 56
25,638 57
214,290 77

600,000 00

Deposits o f money received from executors, administrators, guardians,
Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers
Trusts held as executor, administrator, guardian, assignee, receiver or

Totals

. . .

$4,468,436 03

$39,059,131 44

N ote.
— The above statement includes the business of the First and Spring streets branch office.


117,872 29

147,328 66
3,141,234
34,581,863
69,136
1,411,768
25,638
214,290
600,000

95
11
62
56
57
77
00

Private trusts
not under
supervision of
State Banking
5,145,731 02
5,145,731 02 Department
*
$5,445,731 02
$217,872 29 $49,191,170 78

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

124.

“ THE BANK OF E. COOKE SM ITH ” — PACIFIC GROVE.

O f f ic e r s — E . C. Smith, President; C.
D ir e c t o r s — E . C. Smith, C. D. Smith,

Incorporated January 8, 1907.
D. Smith, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; A.
A. O. Gates.

O.

Gates, Assistant Cashier.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Savings
department

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

Combined

$159,631 51

Capital Ptonlr pair! in

LIABILITIES
_

_

$57,486 23

$62,405 66

$222,037 17

$40,000 00
10,000 00
166 26

$10,000 00
1,536 77
1,238 58

$50,000 00
11,536 77
1,404 84

2,550 00

2,369 43

78,693 16
49,630 31
391
4,500
10
36
24,675
1,156
T otals--------------------------- ----- ------------------------------------------------------------------ ---------------------------------

N ote.— Changed name from "The Bank of E. Cooke Smith of Pacific Grove, California.




65
00
00
76
00
68

$159,631 51

$62,405 66

78,693 16
49,630 31
391 65
4,500 00
10 00
36 76
24,675 00
1,158 68
$222,037 17

R E P O R T OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T OP B A N K S .

$116,033 94
60 30
40,689 77
32,500 00
3.000 00
2.000 00
14,784 93
583 68
11,991 03
413 52

$58,547 71
60 30
38,119 77
32,500 00
3.000 00
2.000 00
14,784 93
583 68
9,621 60
413 52

125.

“ BANK OP HUENEME’ ’— HUENEME.

Incorporated February 28, 1889.
T. Perkins, President; E. O. Gerberding, Vice-President; A. Levy, Vice-President; F. Antes Snyder, Secretary;
Edwin H. Wood, Treasurer and Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — Richard Bard, E. O. Gerberding, A. Levy, Edwin H. Wood, Thomas G. Bard, D. T. Perkins, F. Antes Snyder.

O f f ic e r s — D .

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts______________________________________________________________________________
Rntirts, warrants, and other securities ...
■Rant premises, furniture and fixtures '
Other res' estate owned

...

....
.........

.... .............
...............................

Savings
department

Combined

$146,308 29
130 66
15,607 71
2,500 00

..........

Actual cash on hand ..
_
.... _ ..
Exchanges lo r clearing house________________________ -________________________ __ ______ _______
Checks and other cash items_______________________ ____________________ _________ _____________
Other resources___________________________________________________________________________________

28,496 18
26,438 71
15,171 30
'
$234,647 85

LIABILITIES

Other existing profits, collected, but not in*undivided profits account______________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)_______________________

$50,000 00
12,500 00
1,828 86
2,566 97

Dividends u n p a id ______________________________________ , _________________________________________
131,338 98

Certified checks

*

...... .

State, county and municipal deposits---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------




—

26,353 04
65 00
10,000 00 —

$234,647 85

—

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

126.

ORANGE COUNTY SAVINGS AND TRUST COMPANY—-SANTA ANA.

Incorporated April 12, 1889.
G. Holmes, President; A. B. Gardner, Vice-President; H. T. Rutherford, Vice-President; P. W. Winslow, Secretary
and Treasurer; H. T. Rutherford, Cashier; H. R. Andre, Assistant Cashier; C. D. Hindley, Assistant Cashier; P. W. Winslow,
Trust Officer; Geo. E. Peters, Assistant Trust Officer; E. E. Keech, Counsel.
D ir e c t o r s — E. G. Holmes, A. Otis Birch, W. W. Simon, P. E. Farnsworth, A. B. Gardner, L. J. Carden, H. T. Rutherford.
O f f ic e r s — E.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Trust

RESOURCES

Commercial

Trusts invested under order o f court or) (Personal property
in accordance with provisions o f trust J (Real prop'ert.y
Totals

$333,918 39
54,400 00
57,457 93
8,333 35
46,836
40,996
2,988
1,066
2,558

78
71
84
40
99

Court trusts

$297,190 72
39,000
25,281
3,666
142
33,509
10,822
281

00
49
65
22
85
47
78

Combined
Private trusts

$49,000 00

$40,000 00

$720,109 11

1,000 00

12,000 00

1,097 18

590 26
1,861 82
773 15

106,400 00
82,739 42
12,000 00
732 48
83,305 63
52,592 33
3,270 62
1,161 15
2,829 79

94 75

270 80
/
\
Private trusts
not under
supervision o f
State Banking
Department
v_------ Y
--------J

______

.....

$548,557 39

$410,165 98

$51,097 18

$55,319 98

$1,065,140 53

$110,000 00
18,993 10
7,306 45

$45,100 00
20,807 50
*3,548 26

$50,000 00
775 00

$50,000 00
2,000 00
3,319 98

$255,100 00
42,575 60
7,078 17

LIABILITIES.
S u rp lu s____

.. _______ __

__________

_____________________

_________

75,000 00

..

75,000 00

13,591 70

Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrow ed)..

13,591 70

263,093 00
23 50
424 20
16,547 77
41,578 85
1,998 82

284,475 63
29,331 11

'

34,000 00

Deposits o f money received from executors, administrators, guardians,

Private trusts
not under
supervision of
State Banking
322 18 Department

Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers
Trusts held as executor, administrator, guardian, assignee, receiver or

263,093 00
284,475 63
23 50
29,331 11
424 20
16,547 77
75,578 85
1,998 82

322 18

Y
Totals___

_________

*Deficit.




_________________________________________

.

$548,557 39

$410,165 98

$51,097 18

$55,319 98

$1,065,140 53

R E P O R T OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T OP B A N K S .'

Loans and discounts___ __ ______
______ _______ _____________ _____
O verdrafts___________________________________ _
...
Bonds, warrants and other securities... . . . ________ ____
___
___ __
_________
Bank premises, furniture and fix tu r e s .._______ ___ ____ _____
Safe deposit vaults
Other real estate owned.
Due from reserve banks________________________ _________________________
A ctual cash on hand.. . . ___________________ ________________________
Exchanges for clearing house________________________________ _________ . .
Checks and other cash items
_
________ ___
Other resources______________ _ ______________________
Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers
or trustees______________
___________________ _____________________

Savings

127, 127A AND 127B.

PIONEER BANK— PORTERVILLE.

Incorporated April 18, 1889.
O f f ic e r s — Eugene L . Scott, President and Manager; W. H . Shry, Vice-President; J. F . Wright, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier;
P. Gafvert, Assistant Cashier; W. F. Harvey, Assistant Cashier; E. E. Ridgway, Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — R. Horbach, J. W. Thomas, Eugene L. Scott, S. A. Barber, H. Peterson, W. H. Shry, E. E. Graham.
Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES

Due from other banks_________________________________________ . _ ______________________________
Actual cash on hand ....
Exchanges for clearing house_____________________________________________________________ _______
Checks and other cash items_______________________ ______________________________ ____ ________
Totals .. .

.

_

.............

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in_____________ ;_____________________

$277,990 38
1,115 16
21,648 65
63,703 36

$143,479 00
28,900 00

$421,469 38
1,115 16
50,548 65
63,708 36

5,222 07
18,323 37

3,061 25

8,283 32
18,323 37

27,675 76

11,679 68

39,355 44

2,928 55
806 21

2,928 55
806 21

$419,413 51

______________________________________

..............
TTndivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account__ ____ ____________ ___ _ .
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed).— _______ _________
Deposits, due to banks_________________________ ______________________ ___________________ _ _____
*

$187,119 93

$608,533 44

$85,000 00
35,000 00
*612 33

$20,000 00
5,000 00
3,008 16

$105,000 00
40,000 00
2,390 83

40,000 00

40,000 00

6 00
196,139 08
100,184 29
11,125 19
41,577 58
4 15
338 82
10,000 00
835 02

T otals..

.........

♦Deficit.

_

...

.......

........

$419,413 51

N ote.— The above statement includes the business of the Springville and Strathmore branch offices.




Combined

33,932 48
25,000 00

$187,119 98

6 66
196,139 08
100,184 29
11,125 19
75,510 06
4 15
338 82
35,000 00
835 02
$606,533 44

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Bonds, warrants, and other seenrities............
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures______________________________________________________________
Safe deposit vaults.______ _____________________________ ______________________________ _________
Other real estate owned
.................... ...

Savings
department

128.

UNION SAVINGS BANK— MODESTO.
Incorporated April 29, 1889.

O fficers ,—C. D. Swan, President; C. R. Gailfus, Vice-President and Treasurer; G. C. Nelson, Secretary and Cashier.
D irectors —G. D. Swan, E. C. Peck, G. C. Nelson, W . N. Steele, C. R. Gailfus.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES

Totals:___

___

___________________:___

..

___ . . . ________:___

____

.

__________

_ .

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in 1
_
Surplus .. . .........
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
.
..
Other existing profits, collected, but not in"undivided profits account:__________ . .
. . . _______
Bills payable ("including certificates o f deposit, representing money borrowed)
Deposits, due to banks________________ I . . . . .
____________ Z
.______ ;__ !_____ _________________
Dividends u n p a id ________; ____ . ______________________ ._____________________________ ____________
_
Individual deposits subject to check
Savings deposits ........ ...
Demand certificates o f deposit
Time certificates o f deposit..
.......
_
_
Certified checks
_____________________________ _______________________ __________________________
Cashier’s checks
...
_
State, county and municipal deposits .. .
Postal savings deposits_______________________ __________________ 1______________________________
Other liabilities
Totals




Combined

20,000 00

$657,057 40
50
61,100 36
20,000 00

6,450 61

3,800 00
9,989 25

3,800 00
16,389 86

9,233 85

12,110 97

21,344 82

$143,345 95
50
61,100 36

$513,711 45

539 71
1,350 25

539 71
1,350 25
$222,021 23

$25,009 00
2,500 00
10,854 93
5,734 88
27,500 00
103,198 98
14,089 49

$559,561 67

00
00
56
99

$100,000 00
27.500 00
31,708 49
24,063 87
27.500 00

397,570 12

103,198 98
397,570 12
14,089 49
22,814 00

$75,000
25,000
20,848
18,328

22,814 00

33,142 95

$222,021 23

$781,582 90

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

............
Overdrafts .
.......... 1
Bonds, warrants, and other securities________ ______________ ____________________________ _______
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_______ ____________________________ .___
______________
Safe deposit vaults___ ______ ____________
__ ____ ____________ __________ . . ________________
Other real estate owned
.......
Due from reserve hanks _
_
Due from other banks_____ ! ________________
_
_ _ ____________________________
_______________
Actual cash on hand_________________________ ___________________________________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house___ ________
_____
_____________________ _____ _________________
Checks and other cash items.
Otherresonre.es
...

Savings
department

33,142 96

$559,561 67

$781,582 90
00
Ol

129.

VALLEJO COMMERCIAL BANK— VALLEJO.
Incorporated May 17, 1889.

O fficers — W. K. Cole, President; S. J. McKnight, Vice-President; D. Brosnahan, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; B. C. Byrne,

Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary.

D irectors — D. Brosnahan, W. K. Cole, F. W. Hall, S. M. Levee, J. J. McDonald, S. J. McKnight, T. J. O’Hara.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Savings
department

Combined
$510,322
77
375,181
73,092

91
43
24
29

Banlr premises, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned______

.

..

Totals

$310,897 50

80,320 80

97,442 47

177,763 36

25,700 20

17,172 21

42,872 41

510 76
212 92

244 52

510 76
457 44

$377,974 29

$802,308 55

$1,180,277 84

$75,000 00

$150,000 00

1,686 73

15,082 49

16,769 22

303,454 56
73,092 29

_____________________________________________ ______________ L _ ____

Due from other hanks _ .
_
.....................
Actual cash on hand________„ _________________________ _________________________________________
Other resources

$199,425 41
77 43
71,726 68

$75,000 00

O verdrafts____ _ . . . . ________ __________ _ _ __________ _____________________ ______________________
_

...

...............

...... . . . . . .

.....

. .....

.. . .

.............

LIABILITIES
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
....
.........
Other existing profits, collected, hilt, not in"undivided profits account. _ .
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)___ ___________________
Individual deposits subject to cheek_____ ..___________________ ______________ . . . __ ______________
Savings deposits ____________________________________ _____ _______________________________________




440 00
227,562 44

250 50

440 00
227,562 44
677,183 08
5,395 31
24,400 00
1,628 02
3 73
72,287 48
4,340 09
268 50

$802,308 55

$1,180,277 84

677,183 08
5,395 3i
24,400 00
1,628 02 —
qn
37,500 00
4,340 06
18 00
$377,974 29

34,787 48

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

130.

“ JAS. H. GOODMAN & CO. BANK’ *— NAPA.
Incorporated June 11, 1889.

Off icers — Clarence M. Smith, President; E. Z, Hennessey, Vice-President; E. W. Churchill, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier;

E. B. Carhart, Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary.
D irectors — S. H. Errinjjton, E. Z. Hennessey, Clarence M. Smith, E. B. Carhart, E. W. Churchill, F. G. Noyes, E. J. Thomas.
Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans a,nd discounts
Overdrafts
. . . .

...
. _. . . . . . . .

..

..

Hanlr premises, furniture and fixtures

$368,478 66
709 29
61,315 60
2,000 00
17,800 00
75,164 52
40,081 25
7,355 31
150 00

Other resources
T o ta ls ......

Capital stock- paid In

$573,054 63

. _ _

LIABILITIES

. _

Individual deposits subject to check___ .__________________________ !____________________ , __________




$100,000 00
25,000 00
14,173 00

219,100 70.

Savings
department

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

245 00
168,566 31
5,791 37
40,178 25

$573,054 63
CD

131

Oo

THE BANK OF EUREKA— EUREKA

00

Incorporated October 4, 1889.
O fficers — C. P. Soule, President; G. A. Belcher, Vice-President; C. Deane, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; N, B. Libbey,
Assistant Cashier; C. P. Edson, Assistant Cashier.
D irectors — C. P. Soule, G. W. Hunter, J. M. Hutcheson, Alex Connick, N. H. Falk, R. D. Porter, G. A. Belcher.
Statement of June 23, 1915.
RESOURCES

$658,297 92
245 14
70,729 50
61,750 00
5,000 00
27,903 83
89,032 26
1,463 31
72,167 94
2,018 85
1,399 80

Other rfisrmrp.es

$990,008 15
LIABILITIES

Other existing profits, collected, but not in" undivided profits account___ _____ __ ______________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)..
___ ____ ______

$200,000 00
50,030 00
66,424 27
72,358 92
526,836 66
24,926 61
100 00
4,384 49
42,000 00
2,888 11
39 09

Totals____ ___ _______ ____________________




___________ _________________________ _____________

$990,008 15

Savings
department

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

132.

THE SAVINGS BANK OF HUMBOLDT COUNTY— EUREKA.
Incorporated October 4, 1889.

Officers — C. P. Soule, President; G. A. Belcher, Vice-President; C. Deane, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; T. R. Dinsmore,

Assistant Cashier; H. F. Madsen, Assistant Cashier.
D irectors — C. P. Soule, G. W. Hunter, J. M. Hutcheson, Alex Connick, G. A. Belcher, N. H. Falk, R. D. Porter.
Statement of June 23, 1915.
RESOURCES

Totals

......................

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in____ _______ __________________________________________
S urplus____________________________________ _________ ____________ _______ _
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid____________________________
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account_______
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)
Deposits, due to banks________________ ____________________________________
Dividends u n p a id _________________________________ _____ ___________________
Individual deposits subject to check__________________ ____ ____ ! __________
_
Savings deposits — ____ ________________________ ____________ ____________
Demand certificates o f deposit-________ ____ _________________ ____ — _______
Time certificates o f deposit_____________________________ ,------ ---------------------Certified checks____________________________________ — ____________________
•
Cashier’ s checks - __________________________________________________________
State, county and municipal deposits_____________________ ______ ___________
Postal savings deposits_____ ; _____ ______ _________ ; ___________________ ___
_
_
Other liabilities .........—______________________ ______ — ______ ___ ___________
Totals_________________ __________________________________ ;_____________




Savings
department

Combined

$1,349,468 49
194,300 00
61,750 00
34,946 12
54,187 00
33,365 44
21,000 00
$1,749,017 06

$ 100,000

00

64,500 00
73,476 86

1,511,040 19 .

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Loans and discounts___ ._____ ____________________ _. ______________ ___ _______
___
__
O verdrafts_______________________________ ______ - ______ __________________________ _
Bonds, warrants, and other securities_______ .
________________
_________ ___
_____
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
Safe deposit vaults_____________________________
.
___ _________ ___________ ______ __
Other real estate owned. _ __________ _____ _ .
___________________ —.........................
Due from reserve hanks..
Due from other hanks . .............
..
..
Actual cash oh hand ..
.
■
Exchanges fo r clearing hou se..—......................... ......... .............. ........... ...... ........_____________ _____
Cheeks and other cash items
Other resources .

Commercial
department

$1,749,017 05
G
O
<>
£

133.

HOME SAVINGS B A N K -E U R E K A.
Incorporated October 21, 1889.

O fficers — 13. A. Leach, President; Geo. W . Cousins, Vice-President; H. W . Leach, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; E. N. Fokes,

Assistant Cashier.

D irectors — E. A. Leach, H. W. Leach, H. H. Buhne, Geo. W. Cousins, G. H. Schulze.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
RESOURCES

j

Savings
department
$973,728 00
257,815 00
21,986 30
57,573 10 —
26,942 65

Exchanges fo r clearing house____ ________ _________________________________________________________
Other resources

_
$1,338,045 05
LIABILITIES

Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
..........................................
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account____________ _______________ _
Bills payable~(fncluding certificates Of deposit representing money borrowed)______________________

$100,000 00
45,000 00
20,016 10

1,141,328 95
Demand certificates o f deposit___________________________________________________ - _______________




16,000 00
15,700 00
$1,338,045 05

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

O verdrafts______________________________________ - ______ ____________________________________ ___
Bonds, warrants, and other securities__ __________________________________________________________
_ ___________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures___________________________________________ __
Safe deposit vaults. ____________ ____ ____________________ ____________________________________
Other real estate owned. ___________ ___________________ ___ ___________________________________
T>ne frnnri reserve hanks
..
.........
Due from other banks____._______________ _________________ ____ ___________ _______________________

Commercial
department

134.

SAVINGS BANK OF SAN BERNARDINO—SAN BERNARDINO.
Incorporated December 2, 1889.

O fficers — A. G. Kendall, President; John Anderson, Jr., Vice-President; C. E. Vahey, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
D irectors — A. G. Kendall, John Andreson, Jr., C. E. Vahey, Joseph E. Rich, F. C. Drew, Jas. C. Love, Fred T. Perris, G. W.

Prescott, H. R. Scott.

Statem ent of June 23,1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES

Totals—_____________________________________________________________________________

Capital stock paid in ................
Surplus

___

LIABILITIES
_

_

$364,637 97
28,437 50
6,000 00 —
383 00
54,815 29
9,848 70
211 98
128 00
$464,462 39

$50,000 00
7,650 00
7,680 06

364,607 44
Certified checks
Cashier’ s checks

...................

_

-

. _

.... .

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Loans and discounts______ _____________________ __________________________________________________
O verdrafts______________ ________ ____ ____________ ____ ____ _____ _________________________ _______
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
_.
Safe deposit vaults____________________ _______ _____
_________ __________ _____
Other real estate owned
... _
Due from reserve hanks
Due" from other hanks
........
Actual cash on hand
Exchanges fo r clearing1house
Checks and other cash items
Other resources

Savings
department

9,524 89
25,000 00

Totals_____________________________________ ___________________________________________________




$464,462 39

eo

135.

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA BANK OF SAVINGS— MARYSVILLE.
Incorporated December 7, 1889.

O fficers — Phoebe M. Rideout, President; Heiman Cheim, Vice-President; G. R. Eckart, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
D irectors — Phoebe M. Rideout, Heiman Cheim, G. R. Eckart, C. F. Aaron, Dunning Rideout, W . B. Swain, Louis Tarke.

RESOURCES

Commercial
department

Savings
department
$683,882 36
1,138,818 05
62,500 00
93,654 55
37,216 64
175 91
$2,016,227 51

LIABILITIES
$130,000 00
57,000 00
33,002 01

1,740,833 68
2,801 99
43,750 00
8,632 58
207 25
$2,016,227 51

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.




Statement of June 23, 1915.

136.

ALAMEDA SAVINGS BANK— ALAMEDA.
Incorporated January 17, 1890.

O fficers — J. E. Baker, President; I. L. Borden, Vice-President; Chas E. Tabor, Secretary, Cashier and Treasurer; W. M. McKean,

Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary; E. K. Taylor, Attorney.
D irectors — J. E. Baker, I. L. Borden, Geo. W. Scott, P. S. Teller, Jos. F. Forderer, J. R. Knowland, A. V. Clark.
Statement of June 23, 1915.

O verdrafts__________
_

Other real estate owned.

__________________. _______________________

__ ________ ____ ___

Due from other banks______ ___________________

____ ____

________

___________________

Exchanges fo r clearing house!____________________________________
Checks and other cash items________________ -- ______________
Other resources_____________________________ _ _____ _______

— _______________________

_

____

___ _____________

_____________ -

. _ __

— ______________ . _______
__ _____ ___________ ___
____
. . _____________________ ____

Savings
department
$1,973,690 46
535,470 72
105,119 55
12,439 29
39,385 40
200,763 30
83,721 74
36,500 00
$2,967,090 46

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in________________________ ___________ _____

—

___________________ ____

Undivided profits,' less expenses and taxes paid - --------------------- .
----------------------Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account. ------------------------- -----------Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)________ __ _____ _
Deposits, due to banks____ _ _________________ — _______ _______ ____________________________
Dividends u n p a id _________ _________________
_____________ _______ ____________ _. ________
Individual deposits subject to check____________ _____ ______ _____ _ ___________ ____ ________
Savings d e p o sits___ ______ __________________ j ______ _____ _____ __
______! _____________ ___
_
Time certificates o f deposit___ ________________
Cashier’ s ch eck s____________ _________________




--

______________

$235,800 00
60,000 00
126,541 27
4,368 42
59 34
2,442,321 43

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

____________________________

_______________________________________________

118,000 00

$2,987,090 46
to
W

137.

C
O

“ EUCLID SAVINGS BANK” -O N TAR IO

O f f ic e r s —H. E . Swan, President; H. O. Chapman,
D ir e c t o r s — H. E . Swan, A. H. Rose, A. M. Chaffey,

Incorporated March 17, 1890.
Vice-President; H. S. Abbott, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
H. O. Chapman, H. S. Abbott.
-Statement of June 23,1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES

Combined

$107,442 17

$120,135 14

12,125 00

12,125 00

19,800 00
10,531 75

19,800 00
10,581 86

3,390 25

8,390 25

222 47

222 47

$12,742 58

$153,511 64

$166,254 22

$10,000 00
2,500 00
242 58

$15,000 00
3,750 00
3,362 27

$25,000 00
6,250 00
3,604 85

120,318 98

120,318 98

11,080 39

11,080 39

$153,511 64

$166,254 22

49 61

LIABILITIES
Surplus ...........

........

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account—
_________ _____________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed;____________________ _
Deposits, due to hanlrs
_
. _
........ ...
Dividends u n p a id _______________________ ___ ___________________ _____________________________
Individual deposits subject to check.______________________________________________ ____ _________
Savings deposits _________________________________________________________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit_____________________________________________________________________
Time certificates o f deposit_____ _ ________________ ____________ ______________________________
Certified checks______ _______________ ___________________________________________________________
Cashier’s cherts
...
....
.
....... .
Postal savings deposits_I _____*
______- _____________________
Totals-...........




..

_________________________

______

__
$12,742 58

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS,

$12,692 97

Savings
department

138.

EXCHANGE BANK— SANTA ROSA.
Incorporated April 3, 1890.

O fficers — M. Doyle, President; H. W. LeBaron, Vice-President; P. P. Doyle, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; L. A. Pressley,

Assistant Cashier; A. L. LeBaron, Assistant Cashier.

D irectors — M. Doyle, L. V. Hitchcock, F. P. Doyle, A. C. Shelton, H. W. LeBaron.

Statement of June 23,1915.

Loans and discounts
Overdrafts
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
..
Safe deposit vaults. ___ ___ _______________
Other real estate owned
Due from reserve hanks
Due from other hanks....................
Actual cash on hand
Exchanges fo r clearing house . . . . . .
Checks and other cash items
Other resources
. . .

..

_____ „ ____




27,881 01

$520,320 86

LIABILITIES
Oanital stock paid in
. . .
Surplus ____________________ _ _________ _ _ _ _ _ _
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid. .
Other existing profits, collected, hut not. in"undivided profits account
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)______________
Deposits, due to hanks
..
...............
Dividends unpaid
___ _
Individual deposits subject to check. ...
.
Savings deposits _
". ...
___
______ Demand certificates o f deposit —
Time certificates o f deposit.
Certified checks ...
.
..........—
Cashier’s checks
....
----- . ___

Totals

$418,175 74
11,000 00

12,093 50

______

$100,000 00
25,000 00
69,896 72
14,012 77 —

Combined
$710,401 75
795 33
87,507 50
100,500 00
124,255 75
383 15
61,722 24
2,430 27
1,475 21

2,430 27
1,475 21

T otals___

Postal savings deposits
Other liabilities . *

01
33
50
00

96,374 74
383 15
49,628 65

______ ____ _____________________

$292,226
795
76,507
100,500

Savings
department

$460,150 34

$1,0®, 471 20

$50,000 00
12,500 00

$150,000 00
37,500 00
69,896 72
14,012 77

189,727 30
406,650 34
6,535 76
168,619 00

46,500 00
............

6,535 76
168,619 00

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

46,500 00

189,727 30

406,650 34

29 31

29 31
$520,320 86

$460,150 34

$1,089,471 20
to

139 AND 139A.

“ THE BANK OF SAN TA M A R IA ’ — SANTA MARIA.

I n c o r p o r a t e d M a y 7, 1890.
P a u l O . T ie t z e n , P r e s id e n t a n d M a n a g e r ; J a m e s F . G o o d w in , V i c e - P r e s i d e n t ; S a m u e l A . D a n a , V ic e - P r e s i d e n t ;
S c a r o n i, S e c r e t a r y a n d C a s h ie r ; B . E . J essee, T r e a s u r e r a n d A s s is t a n t C a s h ie r ; A . L . B r o w n , B r a n c h M a n a g e r .
D i r e c t o r s — F . C. T w it c h e ll, P a u l O. T ie tz e n , E . J. P e z z o n i, S. A . D a n a , M . T h o r n b u r g , J o h n L o n g , J. F . G o o d w in , G. M u s cio .
O

f f ic e r s —

L.

P.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Drums and discounts
O verdrafts_____________________
Bonds, warrants, and other securities

__ __________________ : _ ________ ____ ___ _____________
___ ___________ _________ _________ ____ __________ __

$1,153,513 21
14 94
98,947 37
87,000 00

Savings
department
$506,418 00
81,875 15

Combined
$1,659,931
14
180,822
87,000

21
94
52
00

_

___________________

______________

50,079 10

144,748 43

28,829 78

95,603 33

16,000 00

6,425 97
16,000 00

$1,507,344 37

Other resources .......

______________ _

94,669 33
66;773 55

Due from reserve b a n k s ___ ____________

$683,202 03

$2,190,546 40

$175,000 00
150,000 00
6,987 82

$25,000 00
50,000 00
2,695 38

$200,000 00
200,000 00
9,683 20

6,425 97

.........

Totals
LIABILITIES

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account____________
_________ ___
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)___
__ __________ ■
_
Deposits, due to banks________________________________________________________
_______________
Dividends unpaid ___________________________ ________________ ________________ __ _________ ___
Savings deposits

___ _______________

Cashier’s checks__

________________

___________________

ote

.—

________________

___________________._____________________________________

Totals_______________ ________ _______________________
N

. ________ ______

__________ ______ _

____________ ____

T h e a b o v e s ta t e m e n t in c lu d e s t h e b u s in e ss o f th e G u a d a lu p e b r a n c h office.




75,000 00
157 50
551,719 74

75,000 00

580,506 65

3,924 71
465,860 59
2,757 99

157
551,719
580,506
3,924
465,860
2,757

50
74
65
71
59
99

74,800 00
1,136 02

'25,000 00

99,800 00
1,136 02

$1,507,344 37

$683,202 03

$2,190,546 40

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

140.
8— 19462

O
D

f f ic e r s —

BANK OP LOMPOC— LOMPOC

I n c o r p o r a t e d J u n e 5, 1890.
J a s . S lo a n , P r e s i d e n t ; R . E . S ud d en, V ic e - P r e s id e n t ; W . C. B is s in g e r , S e c r e t a r y , T r e a s u r e r a n d C a s h ie r.
J a s . S lo a n , R . E . S u d d en , R . C. Sudden, L e t a H . S u d d e n , P h . S c o la r i, D . M a n fr in a , W . C. B is s in g e r .

ir e c t o r s —

Statement of June 23, 1915.
RESOURCES

.

22,784 92
19,085 15
637 82
253 30

Other resources___

$389,838 34
LIABILITIES
Surplus

$100,000 00
40,000 00
10,148 27
8,518 21
17,500 00
13,549 95

"•

Savings deposits
Oertifled cheats




”

. ..

134,993 27
12 00
19,210 02
162 00

Savings
department

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

$288,960 37
1,181 78
50,135 00
3,800 00

Overdrafts
B an t premises, furniture and fl-jrturps
Safe deposit vaults
. . . . . .
Other real estate owned
Due from reserve bants
Due from other hants

Commercial
department

45,744 62

$389,838 34

to
-3

141.

GERMAN AMERICAN TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK—LOS ANGELES.

19462

I n c o r p o r a te d A u g u s t 21, 1890.
M . N . A v e r y ,' P r e s i d e n t ; W . E . M c V a y , V ic e - P r e s id e n t ; J. F . A n d r e w s , V ic e - P r e s i d e n t ; R . P . H illm a n , S e cre ta ry ,
T r e a s u r e r a n d C a s h i e r ; R . E . Z im m e r m a n , A s s is t a n t C a s h i e r ; W . W . G ib b s, J r., A s s is t a n t C a s h i e r ; W . R . M o r e h o u s e , A s s is t a n t
C a s h i e r ; J. V e e n h u y z e n , A s s is t a n t S e c r e t a r y a n d T r u s t O f f i c e r ; O. C. S ch m id t, A s s is t a n t S e c r e t a r y ; L . B . H o w e , A s s is t a n t T r u s t
O f f i c e r ; E . G . T a y l o r , A p p r a is e r .
D i r e c t o r s — F . A . P a tt e n , M . N . A v e r y , W . E . M c V a y , O. T . J o h n s o n , E . S. R o w le y , G a il B . J o h n s o n , J o s. B u r k h a r d , I s a a c M ilb a n k ,
C . N . F lin t , J. M . S ch n e id e r, P . F . S ch u m a ch e r , W a lt e r F . H a a s , W a l t e r B o r d w e ll, J. F . A n d r e w s , L . E . S h e p h e rd .
O

f f ic e r s —

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Trust
Commercial

Savings
Court trusts

Overdrafts
Bonds, warrants and other securities______________ ______________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_______________________________________
Safe deposit vaults______ ________________________ ____
________
_
Other real estate owned........
_____________________________________________________
Due from reserve banks
Actual cash on hand .....
..... . . .
Exchanges fo r clearing house
Checks and other cash items__ ________ : ______ ______________________________
_

$919,977 38
212 61
548,144 65
78,781 23
40,000 00
231,171 25
2,838 07
165,820 40
47,752 78
13,179 84
5,583 59

$15,896,052 62
530,310 00

Combined
Private trusts
$100,000 00

$106,304 88

1,124 12
1,663,652 91
1,060,933 71
12,340 35
546 41
46,600 00

22,332 39
86 78
16 81
1,411 61

Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers
Private trusts
not under
supervision o f
182,421 37 State Banking
214,199 70 Department
'-------- V
-------- '

$16,916,030 00
212 61
1,184,759 53
78,781 23
40,000 00
1,124 12
1,894,824 16
25,170 46
1,226,840 89
60,093 13
13,743 06
5,583 59
48,011 61

182,421 37
214,199 70

$2,053,461 80

$19,211,560 12

$526,773 54

$100,000 O $21,891,795 46
O

$300,000 00
200,000 00
75,857 37

T otals---------- ---------------------------------- ----------------------------------------------

$500,000 00
800,000 O
O
226,641 14

$100,000 00

$100,000 C
O

LIABILITIES

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)—
Notes rediscounted__________________ — ____________________________________

$1,CCO,CCO 00
1,000,000 00
330,650 98

2,000 00

22,994 88
25 00
995,512 21
16,©4,986 03
24,300 00
849,107 72
4,756 96
55,979 76
360,000 00
13,545 92
3,364 93

22,994 88
25 00
995,512 21
24,300 00
4,756 96
55,979 76
360,000 00
13,545 92
489 70

16,834,936 03
849,107 72

875 23

Deposits o f money received from executors, administrators, guardians,

Private trusts
not under
supervision of
State Banking
396,621 07 Department
*
i --- -

Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers
Trusts held as executor, administrator, guardian, assignee, receiver or




28,152 47

$2,053,461 80

$19,211,560 12

$526,773 54

396,621 07

$100,000 O $21,891,795 46
O

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

RESOURCES

142.

“ RIVERSIDE SAVINGS BANK’ ’— RIVERSIDE.

Incorporated September 10, 1880.
A. Simms, President; E. S. Moulton, Vice-President; C. O. Evans, Vice-President; C. E. Waite, Secretary, Treasurer
and Cashier; C. E. Smith, Assistant Cashier.
i r e c t o r s — J. A. Simms, W. A. Purington, C. O. Evans, H. F. Grout, C. L. McFarland, E. S. Moulton, W. A. Avey.

O f f i c e r s — J.
D

Statement of June 23, 1915.

________
L oa n s and discounts_______________
O verdrafts
.
.............
B on d s, w arran ts, and other securities
B an k prem ises, furniture and fixtures...... .................................................................. .............. ......................
Safe d eposit va u lts______ ___________ ______ _ _ ___ _________
Other real estate owned
Due fro m reserve ban ks___ _____________________ ___________________
_ _ _ _ _ _
Due from oth er hanks
A ctual cash o n ha n d___ ______
______
E xchanges fo r clearing- house.....
Checks and oth er cash item s___________________ — _______________
__ ................
Other re s o u rc e s _____________________________________________________

Savings
department

Combined

$1,033,269 55
49,439 48
15,500 00
52,709 04
171,851 66
31,245 74
140 00

$1,354,155 47
L IA B IL IT IE S

Capital stock paid in .. .
Surplus
TTndfvided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Other existing profits, collected, hut, not in*undivided profits account
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)___
Deposits, due to hanks.
*
"
..........'
Dividends unpaid
. .
....................
_
.
Individual deposits suhjeet to check...........
Savings deposits
Demand eert.ifleates o f deposit.
Time eertiflcat.es o f deposit, .
Certified cheeks ..
Cashier’s eheeks
Postal savings deposits




.

$100,000
32,000
13,010
8,431
_______

00
00
73
12

__ ...___

1,117,531 56

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

41,798 70
40,000 00
1,385 36
$1,354,155 47
50
50

100

143.

FARM ERS AND MECHANICS’ SAVINGS BANK— SACRAMENTO.

I n c o r p o r a t e d S e p te m b e r 20, 1890.
R o b e r t M . R ic h a r d s o n , P r e s i d e n t ; M a r s h a ll D ig g s , V ic e - P r e s id e n t ; P e t e r J. S h ie ld s, V ic e - P r e s id e n t ; J. C. C o d in g , V ic e P r e s id e n t ; M o n t f o r t K . C r o w e ll, S e c r e t a r y , T r e a s u r e r a n d C a s h ie r.
D i r e c t o r s — J. H . C ly n e , H e n r y M ita u , M a r s h a ll D ig g s , W . F . G e a r y , J. C. C o d in g , J o h n S. C h a m b e rs , W . F . G o r m le y , J. L . G illis,
P h ilip W o l f , J r., J o s . H . A r n o ld , P e t e r J. S h ield s, A . V a n V . P h in n e y , P . J. H a r n e y , M . N . W illia m s o n , T h o s . J. C o x , R . M .
R ic h a r d s o n , E . A . G a m m o n , A . H . S ch n a b e l, G. H . M en ke.
O

f f ic e r s —

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts___________ _____________
—
O verdrafts_______ ______ ____________
Safe deposit vaults____ ____ ______ ... _ _ __
Other real estate owned. — ___ __ ____ . _ _

_
_

_______
__ _ _

...
___ __
__
_________ _ _

____ ________
_ ____ .
____
. . . __

_ _ __ . . .
__ _ _

_

__ _ __ ____ _ __
_____ _ __ . . .

Savings
department

Combined

$1,375,144 07
357,071
222,808
20,000
18,113
253,647

30
10
00
70
12

54,992 47
2,001 23
1,893 44
133 19
$2,305,799 62
LIABILITIES
S u rp lu s___

_________

_________

________________________________________— _____

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account______
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)




__

...
..
_ _
__ _

.
. . . __

$350,000 00
23,536 31
52,498 48
25,081 00
1,641,743 28
28,358 45
175,000 00
9,504 10
78 00
$2,305,799 62

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

145.

“ PEOPLE’S STATE BANK” — CHULA VISTA.

Incorporated October 17. 1890.
J. Edmonds, President; Greg. Rogers, Vice-President; Warner Edmonds, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; H. G.
Edwards, Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — B. J. Edmonds, H. G. Edwards, Warner Edmonds, M. L. Ward, W. J. S. Browne, Carl S. Owen, Greg. Rogers, R. J.
Jaeger, M. W. Edmonds.
O f f ic e r s — B.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts— ____________________ — _......... ............_ . ________:___ ____________________
___
_______
Overdrafts
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures___ ___ . . ________________________ _
■ _ ............ ....
Safe deposit vaults_____________ ____ __________ ____________ _______ ____ _
______________ . .
Other real estate owned .
Due from reserve banks_______________________ ___
____
___ __
.
Due from other banks.____ ______ ______
_________________________ _______ ___________
Actual cash on hand
Exchanges for clearing house_________________
___________ ______ —______
. _____ > . . . . .
.
Checks and other cash items
_
Other resources_________________ ____ ______ _ . . . ____________ .....___________ _______
T o ta ls ....

___ _____ ______________________

_________________________

___

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in
....................
Surplus
...
_ ..................
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Other existing profits, collected, hut, not in undivided profits account
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrow ed)...
Deposits, due to hanks.. __ ..
..........
Dividends unpaid __ ..
Individual deposits subject to check.,
Savings deposits
Demand certificates o f deposit .
.
Time certificates o f deposit
Certified checks
*
.. .
......
Cashier’s checks _ _________________
State, county and municipal deposits . .
Postal savings deposits
Other liabilities
Totals

5,746 04
78 61
$101,361 37

$25,000 00
3,500 00
426 68
_________________
52,051 03

Combined

6,938 55
1,395 11
12,050 00

$101,361 37

101




$50,690 26
53 84
19,079 10
14,920 92
527 20
500 00
9,765 40

Savings
department

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

146 AN D 146A.

MONTEREY COUNTY BANK— SALINAS.

Incorporated October 17, 1890.
Rodgers, President; C. N. Thorup, Vice-President; A. C. Hughes, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; P. E. Dayton,
Assistant Cashier; H. E. Wetzel, Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary.
D ir e c t o r s — Luther Rodgers, A, C. Hughes, H. E, Abbott, C. N. Thorup, Chapman Foster, L. Griffin, Ella E. Hitchcock.

ro

O f f ic e r s — Luther

Statement of June 23, 1915.
RESOURCES

$465,830 16
1,767 14
12,250 00
62,000 00
31,898 98
1,502 30
45,529 01

Savings
department
$631,612 98
88,125 00
250 00
13,122 87
17,766 55

9,477 76
340 50

Combined
$1,097,443
1,767
100,375
62,000

14
14
00
00

250
45,021
1,502
63,295

00
80
36
56

9,477 76
340 50

$630,595 86

$750,877 40

$1,381,473 26

$90,000 00
50.000 00
11,425 77
12,665 26
90.000 00
11,042 00
116 25
350,292 09

$30,000 00
40,000 00

$120,000 00
90.000 00
11,425 77
34,056 70
90.000 00
11,042 00
116 25
359,292 09
597,572 06
1,171 30
6,413 90
211 00

LIABILITIES

21,391 44

597,572 06
1,171 30
211 00

6,413 90

4,672 19

above statement includes the business of the King City branch office.




60,172 19

$830,595 86
N o t e .— The

55,500 00

$750,877 40

$1,381,473 26

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Safe deposit vaults____ ____________ ____________________________________________________________
Other real estate owned_________________ ___________________ ___ ________________________ _ ____

Commercial
department

147, 147A AND 147B.

THE RIDEOUT BANK— MARYSVILLE.

Incorporated November 1, 1890.
O f f ic e r s — Phoebe M. Rideout, President; Dunning Rideout, Vice-President; W. B. Swain, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; S. J.
Flanery, Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — Phoebe M. Rideout, Dunning Rideout, W . B. Swain, Martin Sullivan, E. E. Biggs.
Statement of June 23,1915.

Ronds, warrants, and other securities .
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures

...

................

Actual cash on hand
Exchanges fo r clearing house___ __________________________________________________________
Cheeks and other eash items
Other resources

_____

$1,033,173
9,982
305,226
70,562.
6,275
57,438
110,983
31,647
100,599

Savings
department
09
99
03
09
75
54
08
41
58

$442,682 36
61,837 50

10,618 74
15,109 95

$1,475,855
9,982
367,063
70,562
6,275
57,438
121,601
31,647
115,709

45
99
53
09
75
54
82
41
53

2,415 50
5,070 80

2,415 50
5,070 80

T otals.....

Combined

$1,733,374 86

$530,248 55

$2,263,623 41

$225,000 00
235,000 00
64,533 02

$25,000 00
23,300 00
4,894 25

$250,000 00
258,300 00
69,427 27

LIABILITIES
Surplus ______

____________________________________________________________________________ _ __

Bills payable~(i"ncluding certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)______________

___

25,000 00
78,068 24

25,000 00
78,068 24

.

859,597 19

477,054 30

43,980 94
74,489 04
1,022 50
12 65
125,427 67
469 66
773 95
$1,733,374 86




$2,263,623 41

103

N ote.— The above statement includes the business of the Qridley and Live Oak branch offices.

$530,248 55

859,597 19
477,054 30
43,980 94
74,489 04
1,022 50
12 65
125,427 67
469 66
773 95

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

148.

“ CITIZENS’ B A N K ” — CORONA.

Incorporated November 5, 1890.
Andrews, Vice-President; L . D . Bedford, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; Geo.

O f f ic e r s — T.

C. Jameson, President; T. O.
Freeman, Attorney.
D ir e c t o r s — T. ©. Andrews, L. D. Bedford, T. C. Jameson, R. L. Willits, C. B. Randall.

O
ft*
R.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts________________ ___________________________ _ ___ __ ______ _______________
Overdrafts ..._______________________ ______________________________________________________ _______
Bonds, warrants, and other securities____ j_______________________________________________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures— _________________________ ______________________________
Safe deposit vaults_________________ _________ _________________________ _____________________
Other real estate owned____________ ______________________________________ _________________________
Due from reserve banks________________ ____________________________________________ _________1____
Due from other banks---------------------------------------------------- _------------------------------------------------------Actual cash on hand_______________________________________________________ ____ ;________ !_______
Exchanges fo r clearing house____________________________ __________________ __________________ . . .
Checks and other cash items____________ * _________________________________________ __________
Other resources_______ i ____________________ ____________________________________________________
_

Savings
department

Combined

$74,309 07
13,125 00
2,196 79
393 00 -----------------------8,342 70
■■

1,663 32
1 00 --------- --------------6,000 00
$106,030 88

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in______________________ ________ ________ ! ___________________ __________________
_
Surplus _________________________________________________ _________________________________________

$25,000 00
5,395 00
1,213 81

55,480 57 — ----------------- -6,376 50
Cashier’s checks
Postal savings deposits




_
*

*

.
....

...

...
........... .

............
12,000 00
565 00 —
$106,030 88

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

149.

WATSONVILLE SAVINGS BANK— WATSONVILLE.
Incorporated December 8, 1890.

•19462

O fficers — H. S. Fletcher, President; E. S. Bockius, Vice-President; W. R. Radcliff, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
D irectors — H. S. Fletcher, E. S. Bockius, H. E. Fletcher, L. W. Sanborn, W. R. Radcliff.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

BESOURCES

Due from other banks . .
Actual cash on hand
Exchanges for clearing house__
Ohecks and other cash items
Other resources

______________

____________________________

_________ _______

Combined

$488,500 00
154,365 00
33,674 16
90,047 12
20,638 17

$795,224 45
LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in .__________ ____ _________________ _____________________
Surplus ____________________________________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid_____________________________
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account_______
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed).
Deposits, due to banks_____________________________________________________
Dividends u n p a id _________ _____ : __________________ ________________ ______
_
Individual deposits subject to check_______________________________ ! _______
_
Savings deposits _________________________ _______________________________ ...
Demand certificates o f deposit__________ :__________________________________
Time certificates o f deposit_________________________________________________
Certified checks_______________________ ______________________________ „ ___
Cashier’s checks______ ____ _____ _____ _______ : ________________________ ____
State, county and municipal deposits........ —____ ___ ____________ ____ ______
Postal savings deposits...______________________________________ _____ ______ .
Other liabilities___ . . . _____________ _____ ______________ ____________________
T otals______________ :___________________________________________________

685,754 99

..
..
..
..

14,130 00

$795,224 45

105




$50,000 00
30,000 00
600 68
14,738 78

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Loans and discounts
Overdrafts
Bonds, warrants, and other securities ...
. .
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures______________ _________________________ _________________
Safe deposit vaults____________ ;____________ !___
____ _________________ _ ____ . . . _____________
Other real estate owned .

Savings
department

106

150.

PEO PLE’S SAVINGS BAN K OF FRESNO— FRESNO.

Incorporated December 10, 1890.
V. Lisenby, President; F. K. Prescott, Vice-President; Wick W. Parsons, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; B. K. G.
Butterfield, Assistant Cashier,
D ir e c t o r s — A. V. Lisenby, P. K. Prescott, O. J. Woodward, C. S. Pierce, Wick W. Parsons.

O f f ic e r s — A.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Savings
department
$1,869,142 29

Overdrafts

65,446 02
18,000 00
207,613 93
51,517 43
7,805 09

$2,219,524 76
LIABILITIES
Capital stoclr paid in...................
...................
_
Surplus ______________________ _________________________________._________ _____ __ _____ ___ ___
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid_________ ________ __________________
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account________ _____ _____
_ _
Bills payable (including certificates o l deposit representing money borrowed). . . .
— ................
Deposits, due to banks ...................
........................
............ .
Dividends u n p a id _______________ ___________________ . . . ______ ________ ____ ______
___
. _
Individual deposits subject to check_________ _______________ _ _ _ _____ ____ __ . . . . . .

Certified checks ____________ __ _______
__
Cashier’s cheeks
.




..

____

___________

_ _

. _ ___ _

$100,000 00
150,000 00
8,301 51
63,980 57

1,897,242 68

_____

$2,219,524 76

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

151.
O f f ic e r s — L. C. Hyde, President and
D ir e c t o r s — L. C. Hyde, R. E. Hyde,

THE VISALIA SAVINGS BANK—VISALIA.
Incorporated January 27, 1891.
Treasurer; R. B. Hyde, Vice-President; C. J. Giddings, Secretary and Cashier.
C. J. Giddings.
Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES

T ota ls.___________________________________

___ _____ _
_

$570,651 92
27,625 00
. . . ______________

_

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in______________________________________________ ________ _______ ________ ______ _
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid___ ___ ___________________________________________
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account____________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)______________________
Deposits, due to hanks
.....
..................... .
_
.
Dividends unpaid _____________________________________________________________ _____________ _____ _
Individual deposits subject to check_______________________________________________________________
Savings deposits
. _
_
...........
Demand certificates o f deposit____ ___ . . . .
____ . . . . . . . . _______ ; __________________________
_
Time certificates o f deposit________________________________________________________________________
Certified ch e c k s __ _______________ i
___________________________________ ________ __
_ ____________
Cashier’s checks_____________________________ _____ ____________________________________ _________
State, county and municipal deposits_________ _ _ ____________________________________ . . . ________
Postal savings deposits_I ___ ___________ : ______________________________________ _ ___ _________
Other liabilities..................
Totals

............

12,000 00

$663,538 65

$50,000 00
25,000 00
40,932 57

539,137 78
968 30
7,500 00

$663,538 65

107




.......... ............

17,436 43
35,825 30

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Loans and discounts..
Overdrafts
.
.
Bonds, warrants, and other securities..,,._____
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
..
.
Safe deposit v a u lt s _____________________ . . . _____________________________ _
Other real estate owned
_ . ......
Due from reserve hanks
Due from other hanks
Actual cash on hand
. . .
Exchanges fo r clearing house .
.
Checks and other cash items..
Other resources____________________________

Savings
department

153.

BANK OF HAYWARD—HAYWARD.

o

Incorporated February 26, 1891.
O fficers — I. B. Parsons, President; F. C. Winton, Vice-President; J. E. Farnum, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; W. T. Knightly,
Assistant Cashier.
D irectors — I. B. Parsons, F. C. Winton, E. O. Webb, J. E. Farnum, S. S. Hawley, F. I. Lemos, Chas. Allen.

00

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES

____

. . ______ _

_____

. . . ________ _

_____ _ _ _

$118,947 22
126 01
26,900 00
50,000 00
5,000 00
36,740 27
1,468 64
22,693 60
1,133 89

$263,009 63
LIABILITIES
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid___________ ______ ______ _____
. _______ . . . _
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account___ . ----------- ------ .
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)_____ . . .
Deposits, due to banjrs_______________ ; ____________________________■
_
______________
_____ _ _




$50,000 00
5,310 10
1,974 18
15,000
19,024
89
157,659

00.
82
15
47

4,917 95
4,226 25

4,807 71
$263,009 63

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Overdrafts
Bonds, warrants, and other securities..

Savings
department

154.

SANTA BARBARA SAVINGS AND LOAN BANK— SAN TA BARBARA.
Incorporated March 19, 1891.

O fficers — Geo. S. Edwards, President; Jos. Sexton, Vice-President; A. Edwards, Secretary and Treasurer; Alfred Edwards, Cashier;

Jno. P. Redington, Assistant Cashier; John S. Edwards, Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary.
D irectors — Geo. S. Edwards, Jos. Sexton, T. S. Hawley, Alfred Edwards, Jno. W. Bailard, John S. Edwards, Edward P. R. Vail.
Statement of June 23,1915.

Loans and discounts
Overdrafts ...........
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
Bank premises, furniture and fixture's
Safe deposit vaults

Other resources

I

Combined

$2,011,571 45

i

Due from reserve hanks
Due from other hanks
Actual cash on hand_______________________________________________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house

Savings
department

'

..

527,384 23
16,000 00

_____________

3,000
78,190
19,152
50,745
604

00
08
61
95
16

___
$2,706,648 48

Capital stock paid in
Surplus
...
..

...

Deposits, due to hanks
Dividends unpaid
...
Individual deposits subject to cheek
Savings deposits
.....
_
Time certificates o f deposit




.....

LIABILITIES
$225,000 00
27,000 00
44,241 24

..........

2,263,097 80

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

45,198 90
88,575 61
13,527 83
7 10
$2,706,648 48

o
to

155.

SAVINGS BANK OF REDLANDS— REDLANDS.

Incorporated June 19, 1891.
P. Morrison, President; J. P. Fisk, Vice-President and Treasurer; S. Williams, Secretary; W. B. Johnson, Assistant
Secretary; E. M. Cope, Assistant Treasurer.
D ir e c t o r s — F. P. Morrison, J. P. Fisk, S. Williams, H. H. Garstin, Charles H. Clock, Edward M. Cope, S. C. Haver.

O f f ic e r s — F.

Commercial
department

Savings
department

$534,922 00
52,441 23
6,234 50
17,293 63
90,976 01
21,730 25
870 17
$724,467 79
LIABILITIES
$50,000 00
35,000 00
13,091 45

592,640 83
8,035 38
25,000 00
700 13
$724,467 79

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.




Statement of June 23, 1915.
RESOURCES

156.

SECURITY SAVINGS BANK OF SAN JOSE— SAN JOSE.

Incorporated June 23, 1891.
Curtner, Vice-President; W. A. Johnston, Vice-President; Wilbur Edwards, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier;
Geo. B. Campbell, Assistant Cashier; E. D. Shepherd, Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — C. M. Richards, Henry Curtner, L. A. Booksin, W. E. Hazeltine, Frank Stock, William Curtner, Wilbur J. Edwards,
T. Kirk, W. A. Johnston, Fred M. Stern, J. S. Williams.
O f f ic e r s — Henry

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Savings
department

Combined

$1,236,972 46

Overdrafts .
. ..
Bonds, warrants, and other securities

163,279 26
31,300 00

Other real estate owned
125,844 55
Actual cash on hand
Exchanges fo r clearing house

57,254 71

Other resources

10 00

T otals..........

$1,614,660 98

LIABILITIES
Capital stoelr paid in
..
...........................
Surplus
..
..
.......
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid____________________ ________________________
___
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account______________
_ ______
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)
Deposits, due t o hanlrs
_
’
*
....
_. .
Dividends unpaid ...........
............
Individual deposits snhjeot. to check
Savings deposits
.. '
...
..
..........
Demand certificates o f deposit. ...
Oert.ifled checks
Oashier’s check's

00
00
80
74

1,408,883 44

_

233 00
$1,614,660 98

I ll




*

$100,000
50,000
11,065
44,478

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

112

157 AND 157A.

LOS NIETOS V A L L E Y B A N K -D O W N E Y ,

Incorporated July 20, 1891.
J. Rowley, President; Arthur L. Darby, Vice-President and Treasurer; Joseph Smith, Secretary; Charles R. Church,
Cashier; John W. Rudd, Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — Q. J. Rowley, Arthur L. Darby, Joseph Smith, Frank Burke, Jas. C. Rives, A. L. Ball, Charles R. Church.
O f f ic e r s — Q.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
RESOURCES

$312,983
1,106
2,599
17,325
1,200

Savings
department

Combined

03
89
23
00
00

30,064 55
17,736
2,408
30
1,083

50
01
22
50

$386,536 93
'

LIABILITIES
$75,000
18,750
2,127
554
50,000

00
O
O
27
70
00

192,217 25
879 70
46,335 34
672 67

$386,536 93

N ote.— The above statement includes the business of the Watts branch office.




REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

158.— “ AZUSA VALLEY SAVINGS BANK” —AZUSA.
O f f i c e r s — W.
D i r e c t o r s —V.

Incorporated August 20, 1891.
R. Powell, President; W . W. Heth, Vice-President; P. A . Carpenter, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
M. Greever, James Slauson, J. C. Wright, J. T. Lindley, T. H. Knapp, W. R. Powell, W. W. Heth.
Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES

Savings
department

Combined

13,275 00
5,000 00
1,880
4,589
3,957
3,987

70
62
14
24

42 86
$165,357 51
LIABILITIES

Other e x i s t i n g profits, cnfieeted, but not in' undivided Drofits account____ ___
■Rills" p f t y n b ie 'V ln c ir i ding certificates o f deposit reDresentine money borrowed).—




____ ______________
— _____________

$25,000 00
10,000 00
670 45
3,797 31

1,113,786 97

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

$132,624 95
O verdrafts______________________ ___________ ___ _________ - - _______
_____________ __ Bonds, warrants, and other securities_________ ____________ _____________ _____________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_________ ________________________
_ _ ____________ — _

102 78
12,000 00

$165,357 51

CO

114

159 AND 159A.

CENTRAL SAVINGS BANK OF OAKLAND— OAKLAND.
Incorporated September 8, 1891.

O fficers — J. F. Carlston, President; R. M. Fitzgerald, Vice-President; N. H. Morris, Vice-President; Arthur L. Harris, Vice-Presi­

dent ; H. C. Sagehorn, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; H. R. Bronner, Assistant Cashier.

D irectors — John P. Maxwell, R . M. Fitzgerald, J. W . Phillips, T. A. Crellin, W. G. Manuel, Geo. H. Kraft, J, K. Moffitt, A. S. Blake,

W. T. Veitch, J. F. Carlston, H. N. Morris.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts
O verdrafts.............. ........ ................... .
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
Bank nremises. furniture and fixtures
Safe deposit vaults__________________ _______ _________
Other real estate owned
Due from reserve banks_______________ _____ ___________
_______
______________
Due from other hanks
Actual cash on hand_______________ _______________________ _____ _____________________ ___________
Exchanees for clearing house
......
Checks and other cash items
Other resources .
T otals________________________________________________

_________________

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in
_
S u rp lu s........... .................................... ............. ..................... .......................................................
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid

Combined

$8,516,518 38
1,C62,469 51
431,929 27
50,000 00
187,279 45
1,353,240 31
225,234 85

$11,826,671 77

..

...

Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money horrowed)
Deposits, due to hanks
Dividends unpaid . _
Savings deposits
Certified checks
Cashier’s checks

Savings
department

$500,000
235.000
23,041
189.000

00
00
13
00

30,433 08
10,560,342 97

*

. . . .

10,000 00
250,000 00
36,706 23
1,148 36

Totals .

.............

...

..

N ote.— The above statement includes business of the Telegraph Avenue branch office.




$11,826,671 77

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

160.

BANK OF ANTIOCH— ANTIOCH.

Incorporated September 14, 1891.
M. Belshaw, President; J. Rio Baker, Vice-President; R. Harkinson, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; R. V. Davis,
Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — J. Rio Baker, H. P. Beede, S. Davison, R. Harkinson, C. M. Belshaw.

O f f ic e r s — C.

Statement of June 23,1915.

Loans and discounts_______________________________________________ ________ ____________________
Overdrafts
.............
...........
..

$206,635 16
441 23
34,386 65

Savings
department
$267,364 50

Combined

7,500 00

Due from other hanks

.

. ..

............

Other resources

935 35
26,037 51

8,532 37

935 35
34,569 88

11,979 73
112 63

■Rant premises, furniture and fixtures.........

$473,999 66
441 23
34,386 65
7,500 00

6,951 27

18,931 00
112 63

1,115 25

10,000 00

11,115 25

$281,643 51

$300,348 14

$581,991 65

$80,000 00
10,888 02
1,018 27

$20,000 00
13,000 O
O
3,456 10

$100,000 00
23,888 02
4,474 37

LIABILITIES

Other existiner nroflts. collected, but not in undivided profits account__________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)------------------------- ------ Deposits, due to banks. ___ ________ ________ ________ ___________________ ____ ______ .1
Dividends un n a id ___ _____
..
.. .
..
______________________________________
'
Savings d e p o sits__

____________________________ ________________________________________________

35,000 00
_________ __
118,527 85
4,465 05
300 00

Cashier’s checks _ ____________________________

252,273 39
11,618 65

31,444 32

$281,643 51

118,527 85
252,273 39
4,465 05
11,618 65
300 00
31,444 32

$300,348 14

$581,991 65

115




__________ ______________ _____________________

35,000 00

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

161.

HANFORD SAVINGS BANK— HANFORD.

Incorporated October 8, 1891.
M. Cross, President; C. L. Newport, Vice-President; Judd Smith, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; R. J. Downing,
Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — C. M. Cross, C. L. Newport, Judd Smith, F. M. Parrish, J. T. Dunlap, A, Leoni, E. F. Pickerill.
O f f ic e r s — C.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
RESOURCES

Savings
department

Combined

Loans and discounts
O verdrafts____________________ ________ ______
Bonds, warrants, and other securities______________________ _____ _______________ _______ ______ . . .
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures......... ...... . ______________ ____ _____ ____________ ___________
Safe deposit vaults__ ________ _____________________ _____________ _
_____________
Other real estate owned
Due from reserve banks____________ __________________________ ______ ____ _____________ _________
Due from other banks
Actual cash on hand..................... .............. . ........................ ......................... ................................................
Exchanges for clearing house........... ........................ .............................. .......................... ...... ...................
Checks and other cash items______ ____ ___ ___ __________ ______________________________ _____
Other resources______ ____________ ___________
. ___
. . . . ___________________
___

$304,436 25

Totals___________ _____ ___ ____ _________ ______________ ...... ............................... ...............................

$319,078 47

8,976 48
5,665 36
38

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in

...

Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid___________________ ________________ _____________
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account________________ ___________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed).......................... ............
Deposits, due to banks______ __________________ ____________ ;_________________ . . .
.....................
Dividends u n pa id ________________________________________ __________________________________ ______
Individual deposits subject to check____ ________ _______ ___ _ . ___ ________________________
Savings deposits
. .....
Demand certificates o f deposit__________________________________ _________________
_________
Time certificates o f deposit_____ ___ ______ _ . . _____ __________ _. _____________
_
____ ____
Certified checks
... *
...
_
Cashier’s checks
.....
_ .
. ..
Postal savings deposits
Totals




$30,000
25,000
10,761
2,775

00
00
61
76

230,541 10

*
_

$319,078 47

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

163.
O
D

“ YOLO COUNTY SAVINGS BANK ’ ’— WOODLAND.

Incorporated December 9, 1891.
— John Wohlfrom, President; H. H . Gable, Vice-President; P. T. Laugenour, Vice-President; J. I. McConnell, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; H. D. Porter, Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary; E. C. Cooper, Assistant Cashier.
i r e c t o r s — John Wohlfrom,
H. H. Gable, A. M. Bemmerly, E. Niclas, J. F. Hink, P. T. Laugenour, W. R. Laugenour, A. F.
Anderson, H. D. Porter.

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.

RESOURCES

Savings
department

Combined

$60,572 46

$809,870 49

$960,442 95

20,750 00

50,781 25
70,133 10

71,581 25
70,133 10

16,095 80
10,761 80

16,095
25,630
1,603
42,303

14,868 91
1,603 31
14,428 05

27,874 95

80
71
31
00

144 04

Totals--------- --------- -------- ------------ --------- ----------------- ---------------- --------------N

ote

. — Added

commercial department September 29, 1914.




150 98

$112,366 77
LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in— ....... .....................—------ -------------------------------------------Surplus _______________________________________ ____ _____________ ____ - .........
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid— ----------- ---------------- ----------Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account----------Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed).
Deposits, due to banks________________ __ ____ ___ _________——-------------- —
Dividends u n p a id --------- --------- ------------- --------------------------------- --------- .............
Individual deposits subject to check--- ------------- ------------------------------------------Savings d e p o sits-------------------------- ---------------------------------------- ——....... - ........
Demand certificates o f deposit--------- --------- ----------------- ------ --------— ------ ------Time certificates o f deposit---------------- ------ ------------------------ -------------------- —
Certified checks______________________________ ____ ______ ___________________
Cashier’s ch ecks_______________ :------ --------- ------------------------------------------ ------State, county and municipal deposits_________________________ ______________
Postal savings deposits------------------------------------------------ -------------— — -------Other liabilities------ --------------------------------------------- ------------------ -------------------

6 94
$1,075,524 33

$1,187,891 10

$25,000 00
25,000 00
1,431 40

$95,000 00
75,000 00
29,067 37

$120,000 00
100,000 00

25,000 00
35,459 07
476 30

31,098 77
25,000 00

48 00
855,808 96

48 00
35,459 07
865,808 96
476 30

2 0,0 00 00

$112,369' 77

2 0 ,0 00 00

$1,075,524 33

$1,187,891 10

R E P O R T OF S U P E R IN T E N D E N T OF B A N K S .

Commercial
department

118

164 AN D 164A.

SACRAMENTO V ALLEY BANK— BIGGS.

Incorporated December 16, 1891.
O f f i c e r s — J. M. Hastings, P re sid e n tS . McKee, Vice-President; J. A. Foster, Secretary; John M. Brough, Treasurer, Cashier and
Manager Branch; Bernard F. Lucas, Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s —-J. M. Hastings, S. McKee, W. M. Smith, J. A. Foster, J. M. Brough.
Statement of June 23, 1915.
RESOURCES

$325,489 36
1,662 28
21,730 90
18,437 00
400 00
4,247 40
40,175 42
2,152 26
20,285 00
1,510 08
$436,089 65
L IA B IL IT IE S

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account________ ___ _____ ________
Bills payablew
(including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)______________________

$60,000 00
11,250 00
690 91
25,000 00
115 20
119,092 94
2,040 00
214,528 82
102 95
3,268 S3

$436,089 65

N ote.— The above statement includes the business of the Butte City branch office.




Savings •
department

Combined
R E P O R T O P S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N K S .

Commercial
department

165.

“ THE BANK OF MONTEREY” — MONTEREY.

Incorporated December 30, 1891.
— T. J. Field, President; M. M. Gragg, Vice-President; Chas. D. Henry, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; E. E. James,
Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — T. J. Field, M. M. Gragg, Chas. D. Henry, Jessie D. Seale, M. Or tins, C. R. Few, C. Martin.
O

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Com m ercial
departm ent

RESO U RCES

___

..

________

__

....

_____

_

....

. . . . .

$278,624 71
145 71
16,460 00
48,311 30
5,978 29
8,667 22
51,266 10
20,731 06
38,273 09

_ _

B ant premises, furniture and fixtures

Exchanges fo r clearing house___ _ . . . . . . _____ . .
Checks and other cash items__ _
— .. .
__
Other resources
.
T otals.

_________________________________

... . . .
_ . _ ..

_______
____
____
_ __ _ ___ ____ ...^ __
•

____ ___ _______ ____

_____ ____ ____

___ _

_

229 62
1,733 87

____

$470,420 97

L IA B IL IT IE S

Surplus ________________ ____ ___________
.
. . __
. . .
.
.
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid____ ____ ___ ____ _ ___ ._
__ ____ ____
Other existing profits, collected, but not ~in undivided profits account-------. .
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)___
_ ___ . . .
Deposits, due to banks.____________________________:_______. . . . _____________
_
____ _
Dividends unpaid----------- ~ . . . . _. ______ _______
_
. . . ...
____ __ _____
. . . . ._
Savings d e p o sits___

______________

__ . . . . . ___ 1.

___

...

.

Time certificates o f deposit_______________ ___ ____ __________ ______




— — ------- --------- ----_____ . .

...

. . . . .

$100,000 00
25,000 00
7,786 92

328,751 48

Com bined

R E P O R T OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T OP B A N K S .

Roans and discounts
O v e r d r a fts __ ______

Savings
departm ent

405 00
1,370 00
97 50
7,010 07
$470,420 97
HD

120

166.

“ BANK OF LEMOORE’ ’— LEM 0 0 RE.

Incorporated December 31, 1891.
— S. C. Lillis, President; J. A. McCormack, Vice-President; N. W. Sorrick, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; A. D. Campbell,
•Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — S. C. Lillis, N. W. Sorrick, J. A. McCormack, A. L. McKay, J. H. Fox.
O

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23,1915.

_________________________

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in_________________________________ .

___

__

..
_
. . . . .
_____ __
___ . . . ._
_ ____
_ ....
._

__
. . .
. . .
_____

. . . .
______

______ Other ____ .
resources . . .

___

__ ___

_____ ______ _ ______

_______

Certified checks
Cashier’ s checks

Totals ■
N

ote

. —Added

.....
...

.

____

___ _______________ _____

_ ...

savings department April 28, 1915.




_

___

..

...

$25,200 00

24,781 61

1,019 21

$352,687
907
34,060
36,000
2,000
7,200
42,263

63
48
00
00
00
00
71

25,800 82
270 63
1,199 20

270 63
. 1,199 20
..
$476,170 26

Surplus .................
Undivided p rofits, less expenses and taxes paid
Other existing p rofits, collected, hut n o t in undivided profits account
Bills p a ya b le (including certificates o f d eposit representing m oney b o r r o w e d )...
______ . . . _______
D eposits, due t o hanks
Dividends unpaid
.
Individual deposits su b ject t o check _
___
. . . ____
_____ ____
_________ ___ ___
_ _ _.
_____ _
. . .
. . . . _____
____ _____________. . .
S avings d e p o s i t s ___ __________
Demand certificates o f deposit

Other liabilities

63
48
00
00
00
00
71

$327,487
907
34,060
36,000
2,000
7,200
42,263

Combined

...

$26,219 21

$502,389 47

$60,000 00
15,000 00
16,341 74

$20,000 00
5,000 00
4 68

$80,000 00
20,000 00
16,346 42
10,000 O
O
78 66

10,000 00
78 66
175,093 96

1,211 53

6,003 10
162,710 54
55 00
887 26
30,000 00

175,093
1,214
6,003
162,710
55
887
30,000

96
53
10
54
00
26
O
O

______

$476,170 26

$26,219 21

$502,389 47

R E P O R T O P S U P E R IN T E N D E N T OP B A N K S .

Loans and discounts___ . . _________ ___ ___
. . .
_
Overdrafts ________________ ______________
Bonds, warrants, and other seen rifles
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_____________ ______ ______ _
Safe deposit vaults __
. . ................... _ _ .............
Other real estate o w n e d . . ___ _____
_____ — ____
_
.
Due from reserve banks __________
____ . . . . ___ _______
Due from other b a n k s ___
. . . _ _ ____________ ____ _________
Actual cash on h a n d ....___
____________ _________;___ __
__
Exchanges for clearing house___ _____ ___ ___________ _______
Cheeks and other cash items
___
. . . _ _______ _______________
Totals_________________________

Savings
department

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

167 AND 167A.

“ BERKELEY BANK OF SAVINGS AND TRUST COMPANY” — BERKELEY.

Incorporated January 27, 1892.
—-A. W. Naylor, President; W. E. Woolsey, Vice-President; P. L. Naylor, Vice-President; W. S. Wood, Secretary, Treasurer,
Cashier, Trust Officer and Manager Trust Department; J. S. Mills, Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary.
D i r e c t o r s —Wm. H. Crocker, C. M. Gayley, J. W. Havens, J. R. Little, W. H. Marston, A. W. Naylor, F. L. Naylor, W. E. Woolsey,
W. R. Scott.

O

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Trust

RESOURCES

Overdrafts . ...

.

...

Commercial

...

.

___ . . .
______ ______________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures _
Safe deposit vaults.. . . . . . .
____
. ..
_____________ . . .
Other real estate owned___ _
_______ . _ __________ ___ ___ _____
Due from other banks. _ __

.

____

_.

. . . ___ ________ _ ____ _

55,332 06
24,608 35

$3,438,160 55
300,884 63
86,000 00
14,000 00
5,400 O
O
433,536 21
111,234 46
96,804 68

Court trusts

Combined

j Private trusts

$61,500 00 ;

$87,000 O
O

19,137 50

24,116 12
13,826 83

20,451 42

2,936 46
28,000 00

1,892 65
1,043 81
Other resources
28,000 O
O
Private trusts
not under
supervision o f
76,270 03 State Banking
57,050 00 Department
V
--------y
-------- J

Trusts invested under order o f court or) (Personal property___ ___ _____
____________
in accordance with provisions o f trustf )Real property___

$3,691,948 30
112 16
389.434 44
86,000 00
14,000 00
5,400 00
533.435 81
125,061 29
121,413 03

76,270 03
57,050 O
O

$255,796 44

$4,515,913 18

$251,900 48

$107,451 42

$5,131,061 52

$25,000 00
3,700 00
751 66

$175,000 00
250,000 00
77,350 59

$100,000' 00

$100,000 00

$400,000 O
O
.253,700 00
85,553 67

LIABILITIES.
7,451 42

8,532 37

8,532 37
198,138 98
47 00
17,660 44
100 O
O
1,865 99

198,138
3,707,614
47
97,632
100
1,865
199,903

3,707,614 93
79,972 10
199,903 64

26,071 89

26,071 89

Deposits o f money received from executors, administrators, guardians,

Private trusts
not under
supervision of
State Banking
151,900 48 Department

Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers
Trusts held as executor, administrator, guardian, assignee, receiver or

98
96
00
54
00
99
64

151,900 48

V
$255,796 U

.

N o t e .—The

$4,515,913 18

above statement includes the business of the Telegraph Avenue branch office.




$251,900 48

$107,451 42

$5,131,061 52

R E P O R T OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T OP B A N K S .

Exchanges for clearing house .
_.
_ _
______— ____________________
Checks and other cash item s.. _ _____ _______ __ ______
____________
______ _
_
.
. . ______________________________ _______
Personal assets received from executors, .administrators, assignees, receivers
or trustees

$105,287 75
112 IS
69,412 31

Savings

122

169.

THE SAVINGS AND LOAN BANK OF SAN BENITO COUNTY— HOLLISTER.

I n c o r p o r a te d J a n u a r y 28, 1892.
O f f ic e r s — T . S. H a w k in s , P r e s i d e n t ; R . P . L a th r o p , V ic e - P r e s id e n t ; T . W . H a w k in s , S e c r e t a r y , T r e a s u r e r a n d C a s h ie r.
D ir e c t o r s — T . S. H a w k in s , J. W . H a w k in s , J. F . E tc h e v e r r y , J. H . T e b b e tts , C. N . H a w k in s , R . P . L a th r o p , N . C. B r ig g s , Jr.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

Savings
department

Combined

$758,796 65

O verdrafts _..
... ......
■Ronds, w arran ts, and other securities

—

6,042 00
11,874 14
41,988 20
15,500 00

$834,200 99
LIABILITIES

$50,000 00
50,000 00
85,158 40
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account___
18,982 36
______ _
Bills payable~(including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)!___ _____
—




630,060 23

$834,200 99

_

_

_

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

RESOURCES

170.

THE SAVINGS BANK OP ST. HELENA— ST. HELENA.

O f f ic e r s — P. L. Alexander, President; W.
D ir e c t o r s — P. L. Alexander, W. H. Smith,

Statement of June 23, 1915.
RESOURCES

Commercial
department

Savings
department

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.




Incorporated January 29, 1892.
H. Smith, Vice-President; Leo H. Martin, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
D. O. Hunt, Walter Metzner, Leo H. Martin.

$291,852 57
47,800 00

8,946 79
6,500 00

$355,099 36
LIABILITIES

$25,000 00
7,300 00
8,525 08

301,774 28

12,500 00
'
$355,099 36

124

171.

HOLLISTER SAVINGS BANK— HOLLISTER.

Incorporated February 11, 1892.
Palmtag, President; T. H. Slaven, Vice-President; C. J. Cox, Vice-President; C. H. Wagner, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s —William Palmtag, T. H. Slaven, N. T. Jensen, C. F. Leege, C. J. Cox, M. Rosenberg, C. H. Wagner.
O f f ic e r s —William

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts.. ____________ ... ____ _________________________________ ________ _ . .
___________________________
... _.
...
.................
Overdrafts
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures..
___________ _ _ . . _________ __________
___ _
Safe deposit vaults_____ . . . . . . . . . . . ___ ___ . ___ . . . . ___________ . . . . . .
. _
_ .
Other real estate owned_______ ________ ._ . ____ ._ _ __________________;_____________
Due from reserve banks.. ____ _______________ _____ ________ . . . . . ____ ____________
___
Due from other banks_____ __________________________ _
________ . . . ___ __ ______ . .
Actual cash on hand____ _ _______ _________ ________ __________ _______ ;______ _
_
. . .
________ _ _____________________
___ . . . . . . .
Exchanges fo r clearing house______ ____ ______ .
Cheeks and other cash items _
Other resources
. . . . . . .
Totals_________________________ _____

___________________

______________

___

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in___________________________________ __________ _______ ___ _________ ____
Surplus ................ _
.........
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid ...
___________
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account________ _
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed). .
..
______
Deposits, due to hanks
Dividends u n p a id ____________________ ________ _________
_____ _____ ___
__ _
Individual deposits subject to c h e c k ..... _ _ _ __ _____ . . .
__ ________________________________
Savings d e p o sits_________ _________ .
_ _________ __ . . . _________
____ ____
Demand certificates o f deposit
..
Time certificates o f deposit___________
__
_
. . . . . ._
___ . . . . . _ . . . _ _____
_
Certified checks
Cashier’s checks___________:_______ ____ __
. . . ___ . . . _________ ____ _________ ____ _.
State, county and municipal deposits... .
____ __________ _____:_____ ____ . . .
Postal savings deposits
____ . . .
. . . __________________ _______ ________ : ________ .
Other liabilities_______ . . . . . .
. . . .
. . .
_____________ _
. . ___
___ _ . .
Totals____ _

_ ____ _




_.

....

. . .

...

____________ . . . .

________

Savings
department
$405,188 20
7,250 00

39,158 02
2,000 00
8,602 77

$462,198 99

$25,000 00
25,000 00
21,557 77

390,641 22

$462,198 99

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

173, 173B AND 173C.

PRODUCERS’ SAVINGS BANK— BAKERSFIELD.

Incorporated March 17, 1892.
E. Worden, President; F. W. Robinson, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; J. S. Henton, VicePresident ; E. W. Spiers, Assistant Cashier; W. Y. White, Manager Maricopa Branch; C. E, Bigelow, Assistant Manager
Maricopa Branch; F. M. Gordan, Manager Wasco Branch.
D ir e c t o r s — Clinton E. Worden, R. F. Barnett, A. D. M. Osborne, F. W. Robinson, J. S. Henton, F. M. Worthington, F. W. Tegeler,
W. H. Hill, W. W. Worden, W. E. Benz, E. M. Brown.
O f f ic e r s — Clinton

Statement of June 23,1915.
RESOURCES

Commercial
department

Savings
department
$859,294 93
128,847 50
125,801 96

88
78
30
96

22,381 74
572 40

3,248 88
109,476 05
78 10
32,740 96
572 40
26 20
4,313 06

$184,710 35

$1,212,675 22

$1,397,385 57

$25,000 00
5,000 O
O
173 39

$100,000 00
25,000 00
23,429 19

$125,000 00
30,000 00
23,602 58

36,948 24
78 10
10,359 22
26 20
4,313 06

3,248 88
72,527 81

$965,241
14
155,871
125,801

LIABILITIES

153,159 55
1,106 18

983,049 77
3,758 92

33 78
238 45
62,500 00

153,159 55
983,049 77
1,105 18
3,758 92
33 78
238 45
62,500 00

14,937 34
$184,710 35
above

April 15, 1915.

statement includes the business of the Maricopa and Wasco branch offices.

$1,397,385 57

Added commercial department

125

N o t e .— T h e




14,937 34

$1,212,675 22

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

$105,946 95
14 78
27,023 80

Combined

174 AN D 174A.

CITIZENS’ BANK OF PASO ROBLES— PASO ROBLES.

to

Incorporated April 21, 1892.
O e e ic e r s —W. C. Bennett, President; Alex. Webster, Vice-President; A. Pfister, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; W. A. Johnson,
Assistant Cashier; J. Haabesland, Assistant Cashier, Branch.
D ir e c t o r s — W. C. Bennett, D. S. Lewis, W. C. Dresser, George H. Bennett, A. Pfister, M. Shinemin, Alex. Webster.

05

Statement of June 23,1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES

Totals____________

Capital stock paid in

_________________________ _______ _________________________

$363,073 86
8,540 22
22,550 21
7,000 00
2,289 50
54,555 22
31,870 20
1,900! 77
1,240 30
$493,119 28

LIABILITIES

. . . . . . .

Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Other existing profits, collected, hut not in' undivided profits account
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed).
Deposits, due to hanks
........
Dividends u n pa id ___ _____ ___ ______ ____ _____________
. . . . ______ _____

$61,800 00
12,000 00
4,783 56

._
293,476 50

Savings d e p o sits_____ I . _ _______ _ _ __
Demand certificates o f deposit

_________

__ .

...

________

_ _______

... _

Certified checks

408 63
108,489 52
8,000 00
4,161 07

Totals
N o t e .— The

.

.

.

above statement includes the business




$493,119 28
of

the San Miguel branch office.

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Loans and discounts___ _________ _______________ _____ . . . .
. ...
_________ ___ _____
__________ ________________________
■ __
Overdrafts
Bonds, warrants, and other securities___ _____
.
_ ... ______ ____ _ _
__________ ___
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures______ ________ ________ _ ___ _ _ ______
_________
___
. . . . .
Safe deposit va u lts..-------------------- . . _ . . . ._
Other real estate owned
.... _.
Due from reserve banks........................... ...........
......................... ...
Due from other banks___ _______________ _ _____ _______ _______________________
. ___
Actual cash on hand___ __ .
____ _____________ _______ ____
___ _______ .
_____ :
___
Exchanges for clearing house______
______ _________________
_______
._ . . .
.. ..
Checks and other cash items_______ _____ _________ ____ ____ __________ _________
Other resources______________ _
_________________________ .
....... .
.......

Savings
department

175.

PEOPLE’S SAVINGS B A N K -S A N T A CRUZ.

Incorporated April 26, 1892.
P. Netherton, President; P. T. Phillips, Vice-President; C. E. Towne, Vice-President; L. F. Hinds, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; H. A. Wright, Assistant Cashier.
.
D ir e c t o r s — Thos. W. Kelly, C. E. Towne, P. T. Phillips, W. P. Netherton, S. Waldo Coleman, W. T. Forsyth, Warren Garrett.
O f f ic e r s —W.

Statement of June 23,1915.

Loans and discounts_____________________ - _______________ ______________ _______ ______________
O verdrafts____________________:____ _____________ ________________________________ ____________
Bonds, warrants, and other securities________ _
____________________________________ ________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures ...
— .
Safe deposit vaults____________________________________________________________ „ ______________
Other real estate owned- _________________ __
______________________________________ :________
Due from reserve banks____ ____________
___________________________________ _ _________________
Due from other banks____________________
_________________________________ __________________
Actual cash on hand—_______________________ ______________________________ ________________ . .
Exchanges fo r clearing house___________ ________ __________ ________________ ____ _______________
Checks and other cash items______________ ______________________________ _____ _________________
Other resources
...
.
...
.. .
_ .......
Totals

.

Savings
department
$323,290 62
81,177 80
53,420 00
3,988 80
38,734 38
12,869 02

$513,480 62
LIABILITIES
$32,140 00
32,140 00
12,432 71

Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit, representing money borrowed)
2 50
425,715 41
Demand certificates o f deposit

_

Certified checks______* _____________________________________________ __________
Cashier’s checks
. ..
Postal savings deposits




-

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

*

.

....

______________ • .
_
................ _

1,050 00
10,000 00

$513,480 62

to

128

176.

BANK OF WILLIAMS— WILLIAMS.
Incorporated June 17, 1892.

O f f ic e r s — H. C. Stovall, President; J. M. Stovall, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; B. L. Fouch,
D ir e c t o r s — H. C. Stovall, J. M. Stovall, Mabel Stovall Brim, Mrs. M. E. Stovall, B. L. Fouch.

Assistant Cashier.

Statement of June 23,1915.

Loans and discounts
Overdrafts
. . .
. . . . . .
Bonds, warrants, and other seenrities
...........
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
...
. ..............
Safe deposit vaults_____________________________ _______________ ____ ____________________________
Other real estate owned_______________ !_____ __________ _________________________________________
Due from reserve banks
..
Due from other banks____________ ____________________________________________________
_________
Actual cash on hand
. . .
Exchanges fo r clearing house
Checks and other cash Items
. . . . . . .
Other resources.............................
........
Totals

$341,867
1,291
39,684
5,000

99
59
70
00

51,591 61
31,664 25
299 63
$471,399 77

LIABILITIES
____Undivided profits, less expenses________________
____
__________________ and taxes paid
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account __________
. __________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)________ ___ ______ .
Deposits, due to banks________________________________
___________________________ __ —_______
Dividends u n p a id _________________ —_________ ________________
__________ ______________

$100,000 00
22,000 00
21,441 37

150,103 10
39,396 73
112,958 57

Certified c h e ck s ___ *_______________ _ _
Postal savings deposits *
Other liabilities "
Totals

..




_
_

__________ -- ___
_
..... ..
.......

_____________________ _ ___________
_
.

,

25,500 00

..........
$471,399 77

--------------- -

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Savings
department

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

177.

BANK OF OROVILLE— OROVILLE.

10— 19462

Incorporated June 28, 1892.
O fficers — S. C. Lillis, President; W. W. Gingles, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; C. W. Putnam, Assistant Cashier and Assistant
D irectors — S. C. Lillis, J. M. Ward, H. C. Lillis, W. W. Gingles, C. W. Putnam.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts .........
_
Overdrafts
.. _ ...
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
Bank Dremises. furniture and fixtures_____
Safe deposit vaults

Savings
department
$233,330 73
23,746 88
1,273 96
17,109 32

Due from reserve hanks
Due from other hanks
....... ........
etual cash on hand
T
....................
Exchanges fo r clearing house
Ohecks and other cash items
Other resources
.

8,426 01
1,619 07
$285,505 97

Oapit.al stock paid in

.........

LIABILITIES
. . . . . . .

....

Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit, representing money horrowed)
...
Deposits, due to hanks
.... "
*
...................
Dividends unpaid .
.
...

$30,000 00
11,000 00
2,422 72
7,563 81

226,339 44
Time certificates o f deposit.

.

8,180 00

$285,505 97

129




.

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

130

178.

BANK OF TEHACHAPI— TEHACHAPI.
Incorporated September 16, 1892.
Marx, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
Denison.

O f f ic e r s — Dave Hirschfield, President; Albert Ancker, Vice-President; Phil
D ir e c t o r s — Dave Hirschfield, Albert Ancker, Phil Marx, Chas. Asher, B. M.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts_______ _______ _ _________ _________________ _______________ _______________
________________ ___ _______________
Overdrafts ____________________________________
Bonds, warrants, and other securities.:______________________________ ______ ______ _____ __________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
Safe deposit vaults________________ ___________.______________________________ _______ ____________
Other real estate owned
T)ne from reserve hanks
Due from other banks___________ ___________________________________ l
___________ ______ __________
Exchanges for clearing house______________________________________________ _______________
Oheeks and other cash item s....
.
_

_____

Savings
department

$123,699 03
12,457 40
5,000 00
42,987 12
10,364 50
50 00
2 55

Totals

$194,560 69
LIABILITIES
$25,000 00
33,500 00
2,542 21

Bills payable~(including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)______________




______
62,425 08
t

1,093 83
61,234 24
90 75
8,674 58

$194,560 69

Combined

KEPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

180.

“ THE BANK OF PALO ALTO” -P A L O ALTO.
In corporated O ctober 18, 1892.

O f f ic e r s — G. R . P arkinson , P re s id e n t; C. D. M arx, V ic e -P r e s id e n t; H. P. C ongdon, S ecretary, T rea su rer and C a s h ie r ; J. F. P rior,

A ssistan t C a sh ie r; P e rc y M. M cD ow ell, A ssistan t C a sh ier; B u rk e Corbett, A ttorn ey .
D ir e c t o r s — G. R . P arkinson , C. D. M arx, C. S. D ow ning, H. F. C ongdon, E. C. T hoits.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts
Overdrafts
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
..
Safe deposit vaults.
Other real estate owned__________ . . .
________ _____________________ _______________________
Due from reserve hanks
.............................. .....................—______________________
Due from other banks___________ _
.
Actual cash on hand .. .
...............
Exchanges fo r clearing house
Checks and other cash items_________ ________ __________ ________ ________ _____________________
Other resources
Totals____________________ _________ ___ _____ ______________________ ______ _______

_____

____

$286,041 11
22 92
13,100 00

Savings
department

Combined

$264,453 10
100,801
22,000
1,000
14,500
29,587

00
00
00
00
90

500 00
49,271 09
1,349 28
33,208 92 .............. 9’ 7§0"i3"
1,013 61
461 76
$384,968 60

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in
..........
$25,000 00
Surplus
..................
■25,000 00
------------------------------------------- -------- ------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid----8,017 59
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account____________________ ______
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)______________ ______
Deposits, due to hanks
......
"
' ...........
Dividends unpaid
Individual deposits subject- to check
297,986 53
Savings deposits ._____________________________ ___________________________________________ ____
Demand certificates o f deposit__________ ________________________________________________________
4,222 88
Time certificates o f deposit.
24,559 65
Certified checks
*
_
.
.
....
— -------- 182 04
Cashier’s checks .. .......... . _ _
.......
State, county and municipal deposits...

$550,494 21
22 92
122,901 00
22,000 00
1,000 00
15,000 00
78,858 99
1,349 28
42,989 05
1,013 61
461 76

$451,122 13

$836,090 82

$25,000 00
16,000 00
11,647 27

$50,000 00
41,000 00
19,664 86

398,474 86

297,986 53
398,474 86
4,222 88
24,550 65
182 04

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

Other liabilities
Totals _ .

$384,968 60

$451,122 13

$836,090 82

131




......

“ BANK OF LASSEN COUNTY” — SUSANVILLE.

Incorporated October 29, 1892.
E. Humphrey, President; Jno. B. Spaulding, Vice-President; C. B. Clark, Vice-President; C. H. Bridges, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; C. M. Hall, Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — J. B. Spaulding, I. E. Baily, Richard H. Browne, F. E. Humphrey, C. B. Clark, P. J. Goumaz, C. H. Bridges.

132

181 AND 181A.
O f f ic e r s — F.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES

..

.

■Ranlr premises, furniture and fixtures ...
Safe deposit vaults
..............

.. .
. . ...

....... .....

.....
.....

$237,990 53
137 35
48,212 50
13,115 00
6,385
15,744
2,108
18,597

97
81
55
10

$96,400 50
6,000 00
—

5,397 93

3,419 16

Combined
$334,391
137
54,212
13,115

03
35
50
00

6,385
15,744
2,108
23,995

97
81
55
03

3,419 16

$345,710 97

$107,798 43

$453,509 40

$75,000 00
30,000 00
6,088 82

$25,000 00
5,000 00
3,979 20

$100,000 00
35,000 00
10,068 02

LIABILITIES

15,000 00

15,000 00

158,025 22
778 95
21,029 73
71 87
3,716 38
36,000 00

$345,710 97
N o t e .— The

above statement includes the business of the Standish branch office.




73,819 23

$107,798 43

158,025 22
73,819 23
778 95
21,029 73
71 87
3,716 38
36,000 00

$453,509 40

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Overdrafts . . .

Savings
department

182.

“ FARMERS AND MERCHANTS SAVINGS BANK OF OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA” — OAKLAND.

Incorporated November 12, 1892.
P. Adams, President; Samuel Bell McKee, Vice-President; Geo. S. Meredith, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier;
Prank C. Martins, Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary.
D ir e c t o r s — Edson F. Adams, Samuel Bell McKee, C. D. Bates, Geo. S. Meredith, Frank C. Martins, C. H. Redington, C. H. Daly.
O f f ic e r s — Edson

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts
... .. ..
Overdrafts ._
Bonds, warrants, and other securities __
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures........
Safe deposit vaults
...
. ....
Other real estate owned_____________________ _______ __ __________ _________
_______
____
Due from reserve banks__________ ____________________ ___ _____ ___ __
__ __
Due from other banks ____ ______________________________________________ _ ______________
Actual cash on hand______________ ________ _______________________________________ ___________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_______________________ __________________________
__________ _ .
Checks and other cash items
Other resources____________________ _______ ______________
__________
_
_
...
Totals

........

Capital stock paid in.
Surplus ._

Time certificates o f deposit.
Certified checks
Cashier’s checks




Combined

$1,466,064 06
190,449 56
176,200 00
10,400 00
10,052 50
195,240 76
54,863 25
27,302 33
1,103 65

—

$2,131,676 11

.

LIABILITIES
.....................

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account___
Deposits, due to hanks
Dividends unpaid
Individual deposits subject to check
Savings deposits . ._
..........

Savings
department

________________ ______

$189,500 00
6,000 00
260 21
31,209 96
—
1,831,395 94

—

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS,

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

8,210 00
65,100 00

$2,131,676 11
CO

CO

131

183.

BANK OF PLEASANTON— PLEASANTON.
Incorporated February 3, 1893.

O fficers — T. W. Harris, President; C. H. Schween, Vice-President; E. L. Benedict, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; Thos. H.

Silver, Assistant Cashier; E. G. Benedict,. Assistant Cashier.

D irectors — T. W. Harris, E. L. Benedict, Jas. R. Cruikshank, C. H. Schween, T. H. Silver.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Ton,ns and discounts

Overdrafts _________
Bonds, warrants, and other securities..-- _______

___________________________ ___________

Other real estate owned
..........
Due from reserve hanks
Due from other hanks
Actual cash on hand
Exchanges fo r clearing house

$214,698 00
29,500 00
5,500 00

Combined
$333,339
213
40,088
5,500

26
70
20
00

10,711 42

Other resources

_____

________________ _ ______

3,323 95
8,588 43

3,323 95
19,299 85

9,844 65

Checks and other cash items_____________________




$118,646 20
213 70
10,568 20

Savings
department

5,453 65

15,298 30

199 95

199 95

$150,184 18

$267,059 08

$417,243 21

$12,500 00
9,000 00
1,703 76

$12,500 00
12,500 00
3,917 21

$25,000 00
21,500' 00
5,620 97

226,185 27

82,148
226,185
1,980
53,591

LIABILITIES

82,148 84
1,980 93
41,634 80

11,956 55

1,215 85

$150,184 18

84
27
93
35

1,215 85

$267,059 08

$417,243 21

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

184.

FERNDALE BANK— FERNDALE.
Incorporated February 17, 1893.

O fficers — A. Putman, President ; E. P. Nisson, Vice-President; F. N. Rasmussen, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
D irectors — A. Putman, E. P. Nisson, J. Rasmussen, P. J. Peterson, J. H. Ring, Ph. Calanchini, J. A. Shaw, R. H. Smith, B. N.

Bullock.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department
$255,006
138
16,827
1

Savings
department
16
58
44
00

$130,100 00

71,794 84
459 53
26,643 80

10,645 57

14,793 75
15,000 00

4,146 04

$385,106
138
31,621
15,001

16
58
19
00

82,440 41
459 53
30,789 84
1,065 08

1,065 08
Totals

Combined

$371,936 43

$174,685 36

$546,621 79

$25,000 00
50,000 00
7,029 77

$10,000 00
15,000 00
3,591 28

$35,000 00
65,000 00
10,621 05

LIABILITIES
Surplus ____________________ ;_____________________ ________, _______________________________________

230,537 38
146,094 08
1,960 93
47,408 35
500 00

9,500 00

9,500 00

230,537 38

$371,936 43

146,094 08

$174,685 36

$546,621 79

135




1,960 93
47,408 35
500 00

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

RESOURCES

“ BANK OF SAN LEANDRO’ ’— SAN LEANDRO.

136

185 AND 185A.

Incorporated February 24, 1893.
O fficers — A. B. Cary, President ; F. H. Williams, Vice-President; Chas. H. Hale, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier ; J. H. Skillen,

Assistant Cashier; J. Dring, Assistant Cashier.
D irectors — A. B. Cary, Chas. H. Hale, A. Lucio, J. B. Mendonca, F. Stenzel, F. H. Williams.
Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts___________________________________________________________________________
Overdrafts
'
- ...
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
.
.
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
........... .
Safe deposit vaults
Other real estate owned
......
Due from reserve hanks..... ... ...
Due from other hanks
Actual cash on hand
...
Exchanges for clearing house .
._
Checks and other cash items______________________________________________________________________
Other resources . . .

Savings
department

Combined

.

...........

$863,940 45

130,565 00
46,890 58
2,757 85

147,565 00
46,890 58
2,757 85

48,688 26
1,112 73
13,848 77

197,466 46

246,154 72
1,112 73
44,338 01

146 31
1,508 22

848 84

995 15
1,508 22

$217,318 54

$1,137,944 17

$1,355,262 71

$75,000
29,000
3,243
7,667

00
00
40
29

$100,000
29,000
9,040
10,724

00
00
40
54

90 00

..................

$728,926 20

17,000 00

$25,000 00

Totals

$135,014 25

90
173,186
1,022,940
3,022

00
53
70
40

30,489 24

LIABILITIES

Bills payahlew
(includlng certificates o f deposit, representing money horrowed)....................

5,797 00
3,057 25

173,186 53
3,022 40

1,022,940 70

7,174 12

7,174 12

81 24




84 02

$217,318 54
N ote .— The above statement includes the business of the Elmhurst branch office.

2 78
$1,137,944 17

$1,355,262 71

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

186.

“ THE DAIRYMAN’S BANK” — VALLEY FORD.

11— 19462

Incorporated March 17, 1893.
D. Williams, President; L. D. Ambrogio, Vice-President; C. A. LeBaron, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; A. M. J.
Badasci, Assistant Cashier.
D irectors — P. Carroll, J. D. Williams, John Cerini, L. D. Ambrogio, C. A. LeBarOn.

O f f ic e r s — J.

Statement of June 23,1915.

$370,639 00

10,620 00

49,020 00
10,000 O
O

24,445 34

19,551 98

43,997 32

12,562 16

..

$242,430 00

38,400 00
10,000 00

5,247 15

17,809 31

...........

...

363 80
70 00

363 80
70 00
Totals

Combined

$128,209 00

Overdrafts
■Ronds, warrants, and other securities
Other real estate owned
Due from reserve hanlrs
One from other hanlrs
Actual cash on hand

Savings
department

...

___

$277,849 13

$491,899 43

$50,000 00
12,500 00

$214,050 30

$100,000 00
25,000 00
8,876 62
3,642 70

LIABILITIES
Surplus

.

Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)
Dividends unpaid

_ .. . .

Savings deposits
....
. . . . . .
.....
Demand certificates o f deposit
flertifted checlrs
Cashier's checlrs
State, county and municipal deposits................
Postal savings deposits " ....
Other liabilities *
..................... .

00
00
62
70

.......... .
112,426 73

..

170,271 48

.
...

.

...........

.......... .

Totals_____________________________________________________________________________

102 03

45,077 65

26,500 00

26,500 00

$214,050 30

73
48
03
65

9 99

9 99

.

112,426
170,271
102
45,077

.
$277,849 13

$491,899 43

137




$50,000
12,500
8,876
3,642

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

187.

STATE SAVINGS BANK— OAKLAND.

Incorporated March 24, 1893.
McMullen, President, Treasurer and Cashier; Dudley Kinsell, Vice-President; S. C. Bennetts, Secretary and
Assistant Cashier.
D irectors — R. J. McMullen, Dudley Kinsell, Chas. H. Jones, J. B. Lanktree, D. F. Tillinghast.
O fficers — R. J.

Statement of June 23,1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES

Savings
department

117,331 99
103,185 35

_____ ____________________ ! _________________________
_

17,289 23
63,360 91
11,365 00
91,112 21
831 74
106 08
288 60

Totals_________________________________________ - ___________ . ________________ _________________

$1,389,180 69

Other resources____________________________

LIABILITIES
$100,000 00
160,000 00
24,064 20
36,395 38

Savings deposits
'
...
. ............
.
....
Demand certificates o f deposit__________________________________________________ _________ _________
Oashier’s ctieeirs

..

....

886,529 21
32,935 86

._
30,000 00

Postail savings deposits. 1.
Other liabilities
________




_ .*________________________ . .
_________________ !____ _______

________________________________ ^___
______________________ _____________

119,256 04
$1,389,180 69

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

$984,309 58

Overdrafts

Combined

189.

“ SANTA CLARA V A L L E Y B A N K ’ ’— SANTA CLARA.

Incorporated May 31, 1893.
Losse, President; J. B. O’Brien, Vice-President; G . E . Hamilton, Vice-President; P. A. Birge, Secretary, Treasurer
and Cashier; P. H. Roberts. Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — H. E. Losse, J. B. O’Brien, G. E. Hamilton, A. V. Patjo, E. L. Fellows, I. E. Pomeroy, P. A. Birge.
O f f ic e r s — H. B .

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts
................
O verdrafts____________________ _____ . .
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
Safe deposit vaults __
Other real estate owned
...............
Due from reserve banks
.
Due from other hanks
Actual cash on hand
...
Exchanges fo r clearing house
Checks and other cash items
_
Other resources

$178,760 54
681 82
10,857 59
62,477 07
6,000 00
41,379 87
2,853 73
17,414 00

_ _

_ ____________

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in _
.....
Surplus
Undivided profits, Jess expenses and taxes paid...........

Savings deposits
...
Demand certificates o f deposit
Time certificates o f deposit
Certified checks
'
_ .
Cashier’s checks
State, county and municipal deposits _
Postal savings deposits
. :
_
Other liabilities............................
Totals




.

.

.

.

.

Combined

$218,810 00
81,159 98

6,204 33
12,795 08

$320,678 37

$50,000 00
50,000 00
15,787 40
5,915 03

$397,570
681
92,017
62,477
6,000

54
82
57
07
00

47,584 20
2,853 73
30,209 08
253 75

253 75

Totals________________ _______________________________________________

Deposits, due to hanks___
"
Dividends u n p a id _______________________________

Savings
department

$318,969 39

$10,000
20,000
5,652
4,619

00
00
42
77

$639,647 76

$60,000
70,000
21,439
10,534

00
00
82
80

184,041
226,979
2,132
49,883
45
195
12,560
1,833

38
58
75
95
00
89
92
67

_______________________ _____ ___________________
184,041 38
226,979 58
2,132 75
...
.

............
..
...

45 00
195 89
12,560 92

49,883 95

1,833 67

. . .
$320,678 37

$318,969 39

$639,647 76

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

190.

“ GARDEN CITY BANK AND TRUST COMPANY” — SAN JOSE.

Incorporated June 26, 1893.
S. Montgomery, President; J. J. Miller, Vice-President; W. G. Alexander, Secretary; A. B. Post, Cashier, Treasurer
and Assistant Secretary ; C. J. Tripp, Assistant Cashier and Trust Officer.
D ir e c t o r s — W. A. Beasley, T. S. Montgomery, W. G. Alexander, Chas. F. Crothers, M. E. Daily, Geo. E. Graft, John D. Kuster,
Louis Sonniksen, J. J. Miller, G. K. McDonald, A. B. Post.

O f f ic e r s — T.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Trust
Commercial

Savings
Court trusts

__________ _______________ _______
O verdrafts__ - ___________________
Bonds, warrants and other securities___ ______________ ______________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures .
Safe deposit valuts_____________________________________ ;____________ _____
Other real estate owned______________ ______________________________ ____
Due from reserve banks_____ ______ _____ _______________________________ . .
Actual cash on hand
.............
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks and other cash items
Other resources
_
Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers

$589,511 81
247 95
111,000 00
241,404 94
1,056 02
104,205 52
5,688 56

$1,045,176 00

Private trusts

$50,000 00

$50,000 00

2,333 58
73,006 76

4,090 53

750 00

36,578 13

164 99

1,394 50

434,616 50
175,000 00

3,448 26

$1,734,687
247
434,616
286,000

81
95
50
00

2,333
319.342
1,056
142.343
5,688

58
23
02
14
56

3,448 26
r "
t
Private trusts
not under
supervision of
4,700 00 StateBanking
1,001 00 Department
'-------- «
-------- '

$1,056,563 06

Combined

4,700 00
1,001 00

$1,766,800 97

$59,956 52

$52,144 50

$2,935,465 05

$75,000 00
100,000 00
23,765 07

$50,000 00

$50,000 00

750 00

1,377 00

$300,000 00
275,000 00
34,837 08
23,702 08

LIABILITIES.
$125,000
175,000
11,072
21,575

00
00
01
08

14,638 16
55 00
689,807 08
10,690 11
8,725 62

14,638 16
55 00
689,807 08
1,443,159 47
10,690 11
12,415 13
8,725 62

1,443,159 47
12,415 13
112,461 30
767 50
r
%
Private trusts
not under
supervision o f
StateBanking
9,206 52 Department

Deposits o f money received from executors, administrators, guardians,
Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers
Trusts held as executor, administrator, guardian, assignee, receiver or




112,461 30

V

$1,066,563 06

$1,766,800 97.

$59,956 52

J

$52,144 50

767 50

9,206 52
$2,935,465 05

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

RESOURCES

192.

TITLE INSURANCE AND TRUST COMPANY— LOS ANGELES.

n

Incorporated Deoember 22, 1893.
F ISecrptnrJna^a'
^r,>
F- Brant, Vice-President and Manager; M. S. Heilman, Vice-President; O. P. Clark,
D ir e c t o r q
w ^ n it A nSUr®£ ’
®
5 ’ Brown, Assistant Secretary; John H. Coverley, Trust Officer.
ijirectors — Wm IP Allen, Jr., O. F. Brant, M. S. Heilman, O. P. Clark, H. W. O’Melveny, Wm. H. Burnham, W. M. Caswell,
w. a . btaats, C. B. Jones, Henry M. Robinson, Harry C. Allen.
Statement of June 23, 1915.
Trust

RESOURCES

Commercial

Trusts invested under order o f court, or) iPersonal property
in accordance with provisions o f trustf )Renl property
Totals_______ _______________ ____ ________________

..

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid in_________________________________________ . .
.. _
_______ ________________
Surplus ____ !__________ ___________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid.. ________________ ____
Other existing profits, collected, but, not in’ undivided profits account,

Combined
Court trusts

Private trusts

$240,516 63 ---------- ------ —
269,862 50

$100,000 oo

Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers
Trusts held as executor, administrator, guardian, assignee, receiver or




369,862 50

74,285 89
23,924 02
7 51

74,285 89
23,924 02
7 51

930 96
3,397 90

930 96
3,367 90

*
Private trusts
not under
supervision o f
1,151,210 75 State Banking
753,934 .97 Department

1,151,210 75
753,934 97

$2,518,041 13

$100,000 00

$2,618,041 13

$100,000
300,000
82,567
70,288

$100,000 00

$200,000 00
300,000 01
82,567 27
70,288 58

00
00
27
58

5,000 00

5,000 00
Deposits o f money received from executors, administrators, guardians,

$240,516 63

Private trusts
not under
supervision o f
State Banking
1,960,185 28 Department
'_____ _____ !
$2,518,041 13

$100,000 00

1,960,185 28
$2,618,041 13

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Loans and discounts_________
O verdrafts____________________
Bonds, warrants and other securities..
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
Safe deposit v a u l t s ..............
Other real estate owned____
Due from reserve banks__________ _____ ___
Due from other banks........ ................
Actual cash on hand___ _____________
Exchanges for clearing house...... ......... .........
Checks and other cash item s..
___________ . .
Other resources______________ ______
Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers
or trustees.._______________________ ___

Savings

142

193.

THE CAPITAL BANKING AND TRUST COMPANY— SACRAMENTO.

In corporated D ecem ber 28, 1893.
B assett, Secretary, T reasurer and C a s h ie r ; F. W .
B iew ener, Jr., A ssista n t C ashier, A ssistan t S ecretary and A ssistant T reasurer.
D ir e c t o r s — W . W . B assett, H. C. M uddox, Geo. C. Bassett, F. W . Biewener, Stephen S. Day.
O f f ic e r s — F. W . B iew ener, P r e s id e n t ; Geo. C. Bassett, V ic e -P re s id e n t; W . W .

Statement of June 23, 1915.

O verdrafts________________________ ____________________________________________________

_______

Savings
department

Combined

$309,356 04
172,204 90

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures____ _________________________________ ____________________ 6,000
53,149
20,000
11,037

00
10
00
01

$571,747 05
LIABILITIES
$100,000 00
2,000 00
31,512 41
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account______




_____

__________ _
10,000 00
378,186 28

50,000 00
48 36
$571,747 05

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

194.

THE BANK OF GONZALES— GONZALES.

Incorporated January 20, 1894.
R. Somavia, President; Joseph Juri, Vice-President; Geo. H. Boflnger, Secretary and Assistant Cashier; John
Hargens, Treasurer; J. C. Lazier, Cashier.
D irectors — J. C. Lazier, Joseph Juri, John Hargens, J. R. Somavia, Geo. C. Miller.
O fficers — J.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES

Other real estate ownpd

_

$202,904 64
230 19
9,890 00
12,125 00

>
...

. . . . . .
.........

Dne from other hanlrs
Actual cash on hand

Combined

28,022 20
..

11,455 54
28 91
12 00
$264,668 48

LIABILITIES
$50,000 00
16,000 00
367 17
10,000 00
109,654 88

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Overdrafts
~
Ronds, warrants, and other securities
Ranlr premises, finrnitnra and fixtures

Savings
department

535 00
78,111 43

Totals_____________________




______ _______ ___________________________ _________

$264,668 48 -------------------— - — ....... - ............
CO

144

197.

UNION TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK OP PASADENA— PASADENA.

Incorporated February 1, 1895.
Stuart, President; C. J. Hall, Vice-President a n d Trust Officer; E . H. Groenendyke, Vice-President; H. L . Mouat,
Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; Wm. H. Magee, Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary; W. A. Barnes, Assistant Trust
Officer.
D ir e c t o r s — H. I. Stuart, E. H. Groenendyke, Wm. H. Magee, E. S. Gosney, Frank S. Wallace, C. J. Hall, Frank C. Bolt, S. Wash­
burn, Ed R. Braley, Henry M. Robinson, Freeman A. Ford.
O f f ic e r s — H. I.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Trust
Commercial

Combined

Savings
Court trusts

$50,000 00

$2,120,475 00

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures__________________________________

Private trusts

439,619 00

100,000 00

25,000 00
2,453 53
462,178 93
104,019 88

$2,170,475 00

50,000 00

589,619 00

49,414 10
326 98

Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers

25,000
2,453
511,598
104,346

Private trusts
not under
supervision of
735,132 42 StateBanking
377,305 49 Department

00
53
03
86

735,132 42
377,305 49

$3,153,746 34

$1,262,178 99

$100,000 00

$4,515,925 33

$225,000 00
55,000 00
12,260 19
1,540 70

$100,000 00

$100,000 00

$425,000 00
55,000 00
14,181 80
7,056 00

LIABILITIES
1,921 61
5,515 30

6,422 40

6,422 40

2,423,334 87

2,423,334 87

373,316 09

373,316 09

50,000 00
6,872 09

Deposits of money received from executors, administrators, guardians,

J

Private trusts
not under
supervision of
StateBanking
1,153,742 08 Department

Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers
Trusts held as executor, administrator, guardian, assignee, receiver or




1,000 O
O

50,000 00
6,872 09
1,000 00

1,153,742 O
S

T
$3,153,746 34

$1,262,178 99

$100,000 00

$4,515,925 33

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

RESOURCES

198 AND 198A.

BANK OF SANTA MONICA— SANTA MONICA.

Incorporated April 14, 1893.
M. Gorham, President; W. S. Yawter, Vice-President; H. J. Englebrecht, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; C. H.
Powers, Assistant Cashier; P. J. Townsend, Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — A. P. Williamson, H. M. Gorham, N. H. Hamilton, A. C. Rogers, W. S. Yawter, H. J. Englebrecht, John S. Hunt.
O f f ic e r s — H.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts_________________

_________________________

___

__________________________

Savings
department

Combined
$833,260 01
543 25
13,360 15
15,757 23

... ...
....
. ____
. ..
..................

52,240 63
20,000 00
13,421 10

$515,871 67

$1,229,302 10

$75,000 00
14,000 00
4,597 35

. .

..................

$430,209 94

$713,430 43

............ .

$403,050 07
543 25
13,360 15
15,757 23
196,512 75
10,000 00
60,881 82
3,436 54
652 79
235 83

Bonds, warrants, and other securities
Banlr premises, furniture and fixtures
Safe d'eposlt vaults...
Other real estate owned
.........

$35,000 00
16,000 00
8,060 72

$110,000 00
30,000 00
12,658 07

.......... .
248,753
30,000
83,302
3,436
652
235

38
00
92
54
79
83

LIABILITIES

894 42

894 42
551,366 44

456,810 95

1,074 99
44,562 31
61 15

N ote.— The above statement includes the business of the Sawtelle branch office.




44
95
99
31
15

5,482 33
16,391 44

5,482 33
16,391 44
$713,430 43

551,366
456,810
1,074
44,562
61

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

$515,871 67

$1,229,302 10

cn

200.

TITLE GUARANTEE AND TRUST C O M P A N Y -L O S ANGELES.

£

Incorporated October 28, 1895.
O f f ic e r s —L. C. Brand, President; E. W. Sargent, Vice-President; D. McPeak, Vice-President; A. P. Morlan, Secretary, Treasurer
and Manager.
D ir e c t o r s — A. F. Morlan, E. W. Sargent, J. B. Brokaw, W. H. Holliday, Irving W. Heilman, Marco H. Heilman, L. C. Brand, W. L.
Graves, Daniel McPeak, Jas. Edmondson, Louis M. Cole.

di

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Trust
Commercial

Savings

Private trusts

Court trusts

$133,300 00

$26,300 00

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures___________________ - ____________
Safe deposit vaults______________ ___ _________________________ _____
Actual cash on hand________________________________________________________
Exchanges for clearing house______________________ - ________i____________
Checks and other cash items__________________________________________
Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers

100,000 00

Combined
$159,600 00
100,000 00

1,483 46
23,700 00

i6,700 00

790 57

1,483 46
40,400 00

790 57

Private trusts
not under
supervision of
20,024 55 StateBanking
300 00 Department
l

■

J

20,024 55
300 00

$172,598 58

$150,000 00

$322,598 58

$125,000 00
25,000 00

$125,000 00
25,000 00

$250,000 00
50,000 00

LIABILITIES.
Surplus

* ......

......

.........

Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid. _______________________
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account__ ___
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)—
Notes rediscounted__ - _____________
_________ ____ _____________________
Deposits due to banks------------------- -- ------------ ----------------- -----------------------------Dividends unpaid____________ —____________________________ - ________________
Individual deposits subject to chock_________________________ ________________
Savings deposits------ ------ -------------------------- -------------------------------------------------Time certificates of deposit______ _________:________________;______ ___________
Certified checks__ _________________ :____________________ _________________ ._
Cashier’s checks__ ________________ „_____________ _____________________
State, county and municipal deposits_______________________________________
Deposits of money received from executors, administrators, guardians,
Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers
Trusts held as executor, administrator, guardian, assignee, receiver or




1,000 00

.

Private trusts
not under
supervision of
StateBanking
21,598 58 Department
$172,598 58

$150;000 00

1,000 00

21,598 58
$322,598 58

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

RESOURCES

201.

“ THE BANK OF CAMPBELL’ ’— CAMPBELL.

Incorporated July 13, 1896.
.......................
N. Cooper, President; R. K. Thomas, Vice-President; John P. Duncan, Secretary, Treasurer, Manager and Cashier;
Ralston Alison, Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary; Roy G. Archibald, Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — Chas. N. Cooper, John F. Duncan, S. G. Rodeck, J. C. Ainsley, J. L. Hagelin, W. H. Hinde, Ralston Alison, R. R.
Thomas, E. I. Price.

O f f ic e r s — C.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________ ____ __________________________ _______ ________
Safe deposit vaults_______
___ __ ___________ ; ____________________ ___________ _______________
Other real estate owned____ .
______________ : __ - _________________________ ____ _ _______
Due from reserve banks—
'__ _______ ' __ ____ _
_
_ ______ ________ _______ _
_
Due from other banks__________________________________________ —. — __________________ — ______
Exchanges for clearing h o u s e .____ ! _________
_

_____________________

_____________________ ____

. Savings
department

Combined
$301,274
45
34,237
5,000

89
39
66
00

$122,091 88
45 39
33,547 32

$179,183 01

20,097 80

3,836 28

23,934 08

8,491 66

3,844 92

12,336 58

690 34
5,000 00

24 10

24 10
$184,298 15

$192,554 55

$376,852 70

$15,000 00
15,000 00
7,771 50

$10,000 00
12,000 00

$25,000 00
27,000 O
O
7,771 50

LIABILITIES

_________
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account__ ______ - ______ Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)_______________ ! ----------




23,000 00
81,506 84
29,014 93

-------------- 155,765 69
14,788 86

81,506
155,765
29,014
14,788

84
69
93
86

12,500 00
504 88

12,500 00
504 88
$184,298 15

23,000 00

$192,554 55

$376,852 70

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

202 AND 202A.
O
D

BANK OF AMADOR COUNTY—JACKSON.

Incorporated November 23, 1896.
— J. Chichizola, President; A. Ginocchio, Vice-President; C. R. Downs, Vice-President; B. P. Taylor, Vice-President; C. L.
Culbert, Secretary, Treasurer, Manager and Cashier; C. Gillis, Assistant Cashier.
i r e c t o r s — J. Chichizola, A. Ginocchio, B. F. Taylor, C. L. Culbert, G. E. Allen, C- R. Downs, Carlo Soracco, J. B. Grillo, W. F.
Detert, W. J. McGee, V. J. Brignole.

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

Due from other banks_____________________________________________________________________ __

__

02
55
20
00

180,694 48
108,066 80
206 17

Other resources____ _______________________________________________________________________________
$1,200,520 22
LIABILITIES

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account______________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)_________ ___________

$100,000 00
25,000 00
15,512 83

554,336 43
2,052 57
441,704 08
30,000 00
31,714 77
199 54
$1,200,520 22

N ote.— The above statement includes the business of the Sutter Creek branch office.




Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

$630,076
3,618
262,358
6,500

Savings
department

203 AND 203A.

UNION SAFE DEPOSIT BANK— STOCKTON.

Incorporated April 21, 1897.
— E. C. Stewart, President; J. A. Plummer, Vice-President; W. K. Gill, Secretary, Manager and Cashier; J. J. Priestley,
Cashier Lockeford Branch.
D i r e c t o r s — P. G. Warren, J. A. Merz, G. P. Hudson, Forrest Poote, Albert Mallett, J. V. Craviotto, E. C. Stewart, J. L. Blossom,
S. E. Latta, J. A. Plummer, R. R - Reibenstein.

O

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts
_
_
O verdrafts________________________________________ _____________________________________________
Bonds, warrants, and other securities____ ____ ____________________________________________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
...............
Safe deposit vaults
Other real estate owned
Due from reserve hanks
Due from other hanks
..
.
...
......................................
Actual cash on hand
Exchanges for clearing house
..
...
..........
Checks and other cash items
...
. _
.
Other resources___________ ______
Totals

...

...

Capital stock paid in .
Surplus
.
. ..
._

$274,761 81

$285,575 92
72,833 13

4,000
15,000
13,238
14,280

00
00
82
98

7,090 66

Combined
$560,337 73
72,833
4,000
15,000
13,238
21,380

13
00
00
82
64

LIABILITIES
..
.................................
..........

Totals____________________________________________________________ ____________________

39,667 33
2,171 15

$382,123 26

$736,986 74

$117,700 00
8,700 00
896 60
3,227 86

$35,000 00

23,043 78
2,171 15

8,357 94

8,357 94

156 00
207,027 691

6,994 63

$152,700
8,700
896
10,222

00
00
60
49

62,500 00

13,879 66

156 00
207,027 69
274,385 43
13,879 66
3,243 20
3,270 67
5 00
62,500 00

$382,123 26

$736,986 74

274,385 43
---------

3,270 67
5 00

$354,863 48

149

N ote.— T he above statement includes the business of the Lockeford branch office.

______

16,623 55

$354,863 48

.

Other existing profits, collected, hut not in’ undivided profits account
Bills payable (including certificates, o f deposit representing money borrowed)
Deposits, due to hanks .
..................... .
Dividends u n p a id _______________________________ _______________________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check
Savings deposits _
.
...................
Demand certificates o f deposit
...........
Time certificates o f deposit
Certified checks .
..
Cashier’s ch eck s__________________________________________________________________________________
State, county and municipal deposits
Postal savings deposits________’___________________________________________________________________




Savings
department

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

204.

THE COMMERCIAL SAVINGS BANK OF MERCED-MERCED.

Incorporated June 8, 1909.
O f f i c e r s — L. G. Worden, President; S. P. B. Morse, Vice-President; H. K. Huls, Vice-President; J. B. Hart, Secretary, Treasurer and
Cashier ; E. P. Sheridan, Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — L. G. Worden, S. P. B. Morse, Wm. H. Crocker, J. B. Garibaldi, Geo. S. Bloss, Jr., E. T. Cunningham, H. K. Huls.

O

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Savings
department
$855,464 77
45,045 00
83,560 00
8,000 00
760 16
108,135 66
21,730 87

$922,705 46
LIABILITIES
,

Bills payable~(including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)_________ :__________




_

$100,000 00
25,000 00
3,390 48
8,302 58

751,712 40

34,300 00

$922,705 46

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

206.

TUOLUMNE COUNTY BANK— SONORA.

Incorporated May 12, 1898.
— Geo. W. Johnson, President; J. B. Curtin, Vice-President; C. A. Belli, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; W. E. Burden,.
Assistant Cashier; George A. Griffin, Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — Geo. W. Johnson, J. B. Curtin, John Baggio, E. E. Kehm, Geo. Mundorf, Garnet T. Barron, Paul Morris, J. E. Baer,
B. Meyer, J. Gondolfo, C. H. Segerstrom, C. A. Belli, T. F. McGovern.

O

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts_______ _____________ _____ - _____________ __ __ _____ ___ • _______
_ __
O verdrafts_________- __________________ _________ ________ ______________
____ —
Bonds, warrants, and other securities.-______ __________ _ ________ _____ ___________ ___ ____
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures.. __________________________
__________________ _______ .
Safe deposit vaults_________ ._
___ ____ . . ____
___ ______________ __ __________ ._
Other real estate owned___ . . .
__ . . . . . . .
___________
_____ ________________
Due from other banks___ ___

____ ____
•

___

_________ ___

Savings
departm ent

$372,049 08
29,000 00
1 00
35,484 19

___ _______________

8,500 00
Checks and other cash items. _____________________ !____

. . . . _________ ____

__ _________

O t h e r r e s o u r c e s ............

$445,034 22
L IA B IL IT IE S

Capital stock paid in______________________________________ ________________
Surplus _____________________________________ ______________ ^__________ .....
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid_____________________________
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account_______
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed).
Deposits, due to banks------------------,.---------------------------------------------- -------------Dividends u n pa id __________________________________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check_________________________________ .___ ___
Savings deposits ----------------------------------------„----------------------- :_______________
Demand certificates o f deposit______________________________________________
Time certificates o f deposit__________________. _____ :------------------------------------Certified checks_____________ - ________________________ _________________ ___
Cashier’s ch eck s______________ ________ _______ _______ ______ ________________
State, county and municipal deposits_______________________ ______ _________
Postal savings deposits___ ________ ___ . _____________________________ _______
Other liabilities--------------------------- --------- ------------------------------------------------------

Totals




$50,000 00
13,000 00
6,739 11

350’ 255"il
40 00
25,00000

$445,034 22

Com bined

r

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

C om m ercial
departm ent

R ESO U RCES

152

207.

MARIN COUNTY SAVINGS BANK— SAN RAFAEL.

Incorporated January 30, 1899.
— S. H. Cheda, President; Fred W. Dickson, Vice-President; Geo. C. Hansen, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; P. C. Scheer,
Assistant Cashier; Geo. A. Cheda, Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — S. H. Cheda, Thos. Hansen, Geo. C. Hansen, H. L. Smith, Fred W . Dickson.

O

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Com m ercial
departm ent

RE SO U R C E S

Savings
departm ent

D u e fr o m reserv e h a n k s
D u e fr o m o th e r h a n k s

.

..............

.........

............. .

138,475 86
5,750 00
3,250 00
21,516 84
20,677 66

.. . .
.

Actual cash on hand______________________________________________________________________________
O th er resou rces

................ . .....

.

18,347 32
807 25
1 00
$886,377 37

L IA B IL IT IE S

Capital stock paid in_________________ _______

Individual deposits subject to check— ______




___________ ___________________________ ____________

$50,000 00
32,000 00
12,810 11

___________________________________________________
766,567 26

25,000 00

$886,377 37

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

$677,551 44
.............. ..

O v e r d r a fts

Com bined

209.

BANK OF HEMET— HEMET.

I n c o r p o r a t e d M a y 12, 1899.
W . F . W h it t ie r , P r e s id e n t ; A lg e r F a s t, V i c e - P r e s id e n t ; F . L . T h o m a s , S e c r e t a r y , T r e a s u r e r a n d C a s h i e r ; A . M. H o g u e ,
A s s is t a n t C a s h ie r ; C. P . C a rl, A s s is t a n t C ash ier.
D i r e c t o r s — W . F . W h it t ie r , A lg e r F a s t , F . L . T h o m a s , W . J. W e a t h e r ly , J o h n M . C la y to n .

O

f f ic e r s —

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Overdrafts___________ _______________________________________________________________
Safe deposit vaults________________________________________________ ____________ ____
Other real estate owned_________________________________________________ ______ ______

$94,951 94

Savings
departm ent

$67,600 00

62 25
18,500 00

Com bined

$162,551 94
62 25
18,500 00

.

....

L IA B IL IT IE S

100,283 95

5,310 33

22,324 24
54 07
638 97
175 00

$74,987 14

$304,590 42

$24,000 00
36,000 00
1,883 01

...

2,076 81

17,013 91
54 07
638 97
175 00

............

98,207 14

$229,603 28

T ine f r o m e it h e r b a n I s
t
A et.n a l e a s h < n n h a n d
...
E v e h a n g e s fn r c le a r in g h n n s e

$1,000 00
24,000 00
3,008 71

$25,000 00
60,000 00
4,891 72

46,978 43

152,317 91
46,978 43
15,243 46

152,317 91
15,243 46
T im e e e r t ifle a t .e s o f d e p o s i t ,

.............

.

........

.

.

158 90

T o ta ls




...

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

C om m ercial
departm ent

RE SO U R C E S

$229,603 28

158 90

$74,987 14

$304,590 42

cn

05

BANK OF TOMALES— TOMALES.

Incorporated March 12, 1900.
O f f i c e r s — D. B. Burbank, President; Wm. Bassett, Vice-President; H. P. Bostick, Secretary, Treasurer, Manager and Cashier; L. W.
Beede, Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary; A. V. Williams, Point Reyes, Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — D. B. Burbank, J. Warren Dutton, Edwin Bean, John Cerini, Wm. Bassett.

154

212 AND 212A.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
RESOURCES

Commercial
department

Savings
department

Combined
$412,983 00
43,725 62
8,300 O
O

41,897 43
15,808 26

41,897 43
55,784 20

6,276 02

7,749 43

14,025 45

45 00

10,000 O
O

10,045 00

$137,779 96

$448,980 74

$586,760 70

$40,000 00
10,000 00
*733 39

$60,000 00
15,000 00
5,493 89

$100,000 00
25,000 00
4,760 50

322,322 00

88,513 35
322,322 O
O

10,164 85

10,164 85

36,000 00

36,000 00

LIABILITIES

88,513 35

$137,779 96
N

ote

.— T h e

♦Deficit.

above statement includes the business of the Point Reyes branch office.




8448.980 74

1

$586,760 70

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

39,975 94

$321,500 00
43,725 62
8,300 00

$91,483 00

213.
O
D

“ DEL NORTE COUNTY BANK’ ’— CRESCENT CITY.

Incorporated March 16, 1900.
— Jacob Marhoffer, President; Henry E. Westbrook, Vice-President; Fred Frantz, Secretary and Cashier; J. B. Endert,
Treasurer.
i r e c t o r s — Jacob Marhoffer, Fred Frantz, T. B. Cutler, Henry E. Westbrook, J. B. Endert.

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.

________________ _______

$84,866
9
87,324
4,700

48
22
25
00

5,000 00
42,915 50
548 64
9,540 94

Actual cash on hand
■Exchanges fo r clearing house
Other resources

.....

Combined

6,990 00

$143,866 48
9 22
94,314 25
4,700 00

2,519 13

5,000 00
45,434 63
548 64
18,283 96

$59,000 00

8,743 02

1,461 80

1,461 80
$236,366 83

$77,252 15

$313,618 .98

$40,000 00
4,000 00
5,200 27

$10,000 O
O
1,100 00
1,573 27

$50,000 00
5,100 00
6,773 54

LIABILITIES
Surplus

................... .

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account_______________ ____ __________

95,321 12

State, county and municipal deposits_________




_________________________________ ____________

1,734
76,852
19
36
12,000
1,203

50
37
35
00
00
22

$236,366 83

64,578 88

$77,252 15

95,321 12
64,578 88
1,734 50
76,852 37
19 35
36 00
12,000 00
1,203 22
$313,618 98

R E P O R T O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T OF B A N K S .

Doans and discounts__ _____________________________________________ ___

Savings
department

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

O
D

156

214.

‘ ‘ CALAVERAS COUNTY BANK ’ ’— ANGELS CAMP.

Incorporated April 3, 1900.
— John Raggio, President; Warren Rose, Vice-President; D. Muscio, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; Anthony Vegia,
Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary.
i r e c t o r s — John Raggio, Warren Rose, W. O. Meyers, James Lagomarsino, J. A. Peirano, C. H. Wood, M. H. Manuel, P. P. Pache,
Thos. J. Moran.

f f ic e r s

Statement of J une 23, 1915.

RESOURCES

Savings
department

Combined
$431,251 57
354 62
139,809 52
■7,500 00

$294,860 00

65,252 36

19,760 35

85,012 71

18,207 64

18,177 64

36,385 28

6,500 00

610-00
6,500 00

$314,194 21

..........

$136,391 57
354 62
93,378 02

$393,229 49

$707,423 70

$65,000 00
5,000 00
1,021 48
4,807 80

$35,000 00
1,000 00

610 00

Totals
LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus
. ..
...........

7,500 00

Other existing profits, collected, hut not in'undivided profits account

8,473 43

$100,000
6,000
1,021
13,281

00
00
48
23

193 05
4,050 00

50 00
167,931 88
348,756 06
193 05
4,050 00

2,284 37
43,371 58
20,484 05

2,284 37
43,371 58
20,484 05

50 66
167,931 88

Totals_______




___

_

_

__________________________________________________

$314,194 21

348,756 06

$393,229 49

$707,423 70

R E P O R T O P S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N K S .

Loans and discounts
Overdrafts ........
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
Safe deDOsit vaults___
Other real estate owned
Due from reserve banks
...........
Due from other hanks
Actual cash on hand
Exchanges fo r clearing house ..
Checks and other cash items
Other resources......

Commercial
department

216.

“ TRINITY COUNTY BANK' ’— WEAVERVILLE.
Incorporated September 13, 1900.

Off icers — C. H. Edwards, President; Herbert Gray, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, Manager and Cashier.
D irectors — C. H. Edwards, Herbert Gray, M. E. Gray.

RE SO U R C E S

Commercial
department

Savings
department

$91,156
306
5,600
2,501

52
29
75
87

8,636
10,003
3,673
9,000

92
43
29
96

$27,606 14

fVimh1n4»rl
combined

11,000 00
3,500 00

$118,762 66
306 29
16,609 75
6,001 87

2,266 08

8,636
10,003
3,673
11,276

4,519 29

92
43
29
04

4,519 29

$135,417 32

$44,372 22

$179,789 54

$20,000 00
6,250 00
3,768 15

$5,000 00

$25,000 00
6,250 00
5,079 02

L IA B IL IT IE S

1,310 87

96,188 13
6,185 70

38,061 35

96,188 13
38,061 35
6,185 70

2 40

2 40

3,022 94

REPO RT O P S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N K S .

3,022 94

$135,417 32

$44,372 22

$179,789 54

157




Statement of June 23, 1915.

158

217 AND 217A.

“ NEVADA COUNTY B A N K ” — GRASS VALLEY.

I n c o r p o r a t e d O c t o b e r 12, 1900.
W . H . M a r t in , V i c e - P r e s i d e n t ; G . J. R e c t o r , S e c r e ta r y a n d T r e a s u r e r ; A . H . M o o s e r , C a s h i e r ; E . M . R e c t o r , C a s h ie r a t
B r a n c h ; W . D . H a r r is , M a n a g e r a t B ra n ch .
D i r e c t o r s — C. L . M u lle r , W . H . M a r tin , G . J. R e c t o r , A . L . G ill, A . H . M o o s e r , E . M . R e c t o r .
O

f f ic e r s —

Statement of June 23, 1915.

$174,257 94
57 69
81,889 00
Safe deposit vaults__________________ ________________

________________

______________

Exchanges for clearing house_____________________________________ _______________________
1

61,108 52
248 67
42,530 98

Savings
departm ent

$413,010 36
538,415 30
4,131 17
2,163 33
3,649 78
75,498 05

Com bined

$587,268 30
57 69
620,304 30
4,131 17
2,163 33
3,649 78
136,606 57
248 67
61,272 60
6,248 54
12,839 08

6,248 54
12,839 08
$379,180 42

$1,055,609 61

$1,434,790 03

$53,500 00

$96,500 00
4,500 00
11,376 66

$150,000 00
4,500 00
12,016 17

LIABILITIES

Other existing profits, collected, but not in'undivided profits account_______ ___ ___________
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)___ _ _____________

S a v in g s d e p o s its

....

..

T i m e c e r t if i c a t e s o f d e p o s i t ,

.

.

.

_ .

....

639 51

269,749 88
...........
.

.

12,700 53
2,000 00
590 50

897,897 89

fla s h ie r ’s ch e ck s

Postal savings deposits. "____ *
_____ ________ ___________________________________________
Totals_______

_____ ____ ____________ _________ _ ___________________________ — —

N ote.— The above statement includes the business of the Nevada City branch office.




269,749 88
897,897 89
12,700 53
2,000 00
590 50

40,000 66

35,000 00
10,335 06

75,000 66
10,335 06

$379,180 42

$1,055,609 61

$1,434,790 03

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS,

C om m ercial
departm ent

RESOURCES

218.

VENTURA SAVINGS BANK— VENTURA.

I n c o r p o r a t e d D e c e m b e r 31, 1900.
E . P . F o s t e r , P r e s i d e n t ; A . B e rn h e im , V ic e - P r e s id e n t ; J. H . C h a ffe e , V ic e -P r e s id e n t a n d C a s h i e r ; J. A . W a lk e r , S e cre ta ry

O

f f ic e r s —

D

ir e c t o r s —

E . P . F o s t e r , A . B e rn h e im , J. A . C h a ffee, J. A . W a lk e r , S. H . P e r c y , C. G . B a r tle t t , G e o . E . F a r r a n d .

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Savings
department

Combined

$556,646 86
O verdrafts_______ __________________________ ______________ ___________ _______________________
Bonds, warrants, and other securities______
__ _ ______________________________ _________ _
Safe deposit, vaults...

_

.............

Due from reserve banks
_..
.
............
Due from other banks_________________________________________________________ _ ____________ ___
Exchanges fo r clearing house
_
Checks and other cash items____ _____ __________________________________________
Other resources
...
Totals

. . . . . . .

40,246 71
9,500 00

_______________
..........
$606,393 57

L IA B IL IT IE S

Capital stock paid in______________________________ ________________
Surplus_____ i____________________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid_________________________
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account______
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)
Deposits, due to banks______________________________________________
Dividends unpaid____ ,______________ ____ ____ ________ ____ ________
Individual deposits subject to check__________________________________
Savings deposits_______ __________________________________________
Demand certificates of deposit________________________________________
Time certificates of deposit_______________________________ ___________
Certified checks_______ 1_____ _____ ___________—
---------------- -------------Cashier’s checks ____________________________________________________
State, county and municipal deposits___________________________ _____
Postal savings deposits.................................. ......................... ......................
Other liabilities__________ ____________________ ________ ___ _________
Totals.




$ 100,000

00

25,000 00
31,564 53

143,906 04

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

2,921 00

$606,393 67
Ui

tO

160

219.

STATE BANK OP SAN PEDRO— SAN PEDRO,
In corporated January 7, 1901.

O f f ic e r s — E d w a rd M ahar, P r e s id e n t ; M arco H. H eilm an, V ic e -P re sid e n t; A. G. Sepulveda, S ecretary, T reasu rer and C a s h ie r ; L on

T. Johnson, A ssista n t C ash ier an d A ssistan t Secretary.
D ir e c t o r s — E d w a rd M ahar, M a rco H. H eilm an, Dr. R . W . Hill, A . G. Sepulveda, R . D. Sepulveda, B enj. E . P age, S. A ronson.

Statement of June 23,1915.

Loans and discounts
Overdrafts

•

.

.

.

Bonds, warrants, and other securities______ ____________________________ ______________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures...
.........
.
...........
Safe deposit vaults

$225,727 44
8 80
38,711 64
60,115 92

Savings
department
$228,073 31
20,000 00
870 00
1,200 00
11,173 38

4,545 00
23,903 26

Due from reserve hanks
Due from other hanks

Combined
$453,800 75
8 80
38,711 64
80,115 92
870 00
5,745 00
35,076 64

34,144 71
4,224 75
2,526 28
26 90
$303,934 70

Other resources

13,134 04

$274,450 73

$668,385 43

$25,775 00
1,435 00
6,429 11

$83,100 00
5,740 00
8,233 86

47,278
4,224
2,526
26

75
75
28
90

LIABILITIES
$57,325 00
4,305 00
1,804 75

Surplus
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)

.

•

35,000 00

35,000 00

40 00
238,854 67

Savings deposits

229,342 47

Cashier’s checks

24,300 35
80 52
3,998 61
28,000 00

.......

11,402 15

40 00
238,854 67
229,342 47
35,702
80
3,998
28,000

50
52
61
00

225 80
Totals




-

..

..

.....................

67 00

292 80

$393,934 70

$274,450 73

$668,385 43

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS,

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

220.

COVINA VALLEY SAVINGS BANK— COVINA.

12— 19462

Incorporated April 1, 1901.
P. Kerckhoff, President; W. M. Griswold, Vice-President; M. Leonhardt, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; Robert M.
Philleo Assistant C^shior
D ir e c t o r s — A. p. Kerckhoff, W. M. Griswold, Marco H. Heilman, W. H. Holliday, H. M. Houser, J. R. Elliott, Geo. E. Anderson.

O f f ic e r s — A.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
RESOURCES

Other resources

_

............... .

.............

Savings
department
$188,567 35
2,660 00
7,000 00
7,000 00
16,746 20
4,067 44
40 00
$226,080 99

LIABILITIES
Surplus
..
...........
..................
.... .
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid___ _________________________________________________




$25,000 00
10^000 00 —
19,861 41
2,971 18

121,348 80
46,899 60

$226,080 99

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Loans and discounts______________________________________________ . _ ___________________________
_
O verdrafts__________________ _________ _________ _______________________________ _________ _
Bonds, warrants, and other securities__________________ _______________ _____ __________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures______________ _____________
__________________ ______ _
Safe deposit vaults____________________________________________________.____________________________
Other real estate owned. ___________ ______ ________ ___________ __________________________
Due from reserve banks_____________________ ____ __________________________________ ._______________
Due from other banks________________________________________________________________________ —
Actual cash on hand_______________ __________________ __________________________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house______________________________________________________________________

Commercial
department

162

221.

FIRST BANK OF KERN— BAKERSFIELD.

Incorporated April 3, 1901.
J. Planz, President; P. M. Noriega Vice-President; Arthur S. Crites, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer; Louis
V. Olcese, Vice-President; E. B. Duncan, Cashier; E. C. O. Boyle, Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary.
D irectors — G. J. Planz, F. M. Noriega, A. J. Crites, L. P. St. Clair, W. B. Robb, I. D. Her, M. H. Warren, Louis V . Olcese.

O f f ic e r s — G.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
Safe deposit vaults____________________
Other real estate owned

...........
.... .
_______________________ __________ - - _____________________

Savings
department

$221,628 55
311 95
45,400 00

$197,749 16
ii}"2ooo<r
15,000 00

Combined
$419,877
311
128,600
15,000

71
95
00
00

832 70
12,053 72

832 70
31,346 64

71
91
24
95

6,643 91

24,281 62
6,477 91
487 24
151 95

$311,388 23

$315,479 49

$626,867 72

$75,000 00

$25,000 00
10,000 00

23,746 85
9,171 76

6,548 78

19,292 92
Due from other banks_______________ _____________ _______________________ ________________________
Aetna! rash on hand ...
Exchanges fo r clearing house
Ohee.lrs and other eash’ ltems
Other resources
.
.

Capital stock paid In ......

. ...

LIABILITIES

.

Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid____________________ ____

________________________

Bills navable fineludine certificates o f denosit renresentiner monev borrowed!
Denosits, due to banks____________________
..
___
' . _________ . . .
Dividends unpaid
.
Savings deposits

..

.

.......

____




$100,000
10,000
23,746
15,720

00
00
85
54

198,559
191,122
2,697
21,431
364
1,847
50,000
11,376

30
45
71
52
90
71
00
74

.
.......

Time certificates o f deposit__________
______________________ _ _________ ___________ ___ _ _
Certified checks
Oashier’s checks
State, county and municipal deposits
_________________________ — _________________________
Postal savings d ep osits..!_____*____ ___ __________________________ ______________________ ________
Other liabilities ..*__________________________ ______________________________________________________
Totals_____________________________

17,637
6,477
487
151

___________________________________________ _____________

198,559 30

191,122 45

2,607 71
364 90
1,847 71

$311,388 23

21,431 52
50,000 00
11,376 74
$315,479 49

$626,867 72

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

222.

BANK OF ARBUCKLE— ARBUCKLE.
In corp ora ted June 24, 1901.

O f f ic e r s — G eorge C. M eckfessel, P re s id e n t; C. B. M orrison, V ic e -P r e s id e n t; J. E. Cain, S ecretary, T rea su rer and Cashier,
D ir e c t o r s — G eorg e C. M eckfessel, C. B. M orrison, H. V . T raynham , J. E. Cain, A s a K alfsbeek .

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Savings
department

Combined

$128,472 63
64 58
44,464 00
7,800 00

Other real estate owned___ ____________




_____ _____ ___ _

__

______________________
32,817 00
12,514 95
24 66
102 31
$226,259 47

LIABILITIES
$50,000 00
13,500 00
7,056 16
1
68,565 01
5,829 16
71,398 91
9,900 00
10 23
$226,259 47

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

164

223.

VALLEY SAVINGS BANK— SANTA MARIA.
Incorporated August 31, 1901.

O f f ic e r s — W . H. Rice, President; M. Thornburg, Vice-President; Paul O. Tietzen, Secretary;
D ir e c t o r s — W . H. Rice, M. Thornburg, A. J. Souza, John G. Prall, Sr., P. O. Tietzen.

Thos. B. Adam, Treasurer and Cashier.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

Savings
department
$275,082 00

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures............. .

26,489 30
5,750 00
5,900 00
5,664 84

Exchanges fo r clearing- hnnse

6,018 34
259 45
$325,163 93

LIABILITIES
Clapitnl Rtnclr paid in
_ .
...
...
.
..
Surplus
*
...
......
.......
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid_______________; ___________________________________
_
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account______________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)_______________________
Deposits, due to banks_______________________________________ ____ ____________________________
Dividends u n pa id _________________ ________________________ _____ ___________________________ .______
Individual deposits subject to check------ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Savings deposits ___________________________ :_____________________________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit_________________ _________ _____ ______ ______ _______________________
Time certificates o f deposit________________________________________________________________________
Certified checks______ *___________________________________________________________ ____ ____________
Cashier’s checks_________________________________________________ ______ _______________________
State, county and municipal deposits______________________________________________________________
Postal savings deposits _.. ^ ... .
. . .
Other liabilities _ ____________________________________________________________________________ __
Totals

.




$25,000 00
25,000 00
9,877 80

232,381 96
21,204 17
11,700 00

$325,163 93

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

RESOURCES

224.

CALIFORNIA STATE BANK OF SAN BERNARDINO— SAN BERNARDINO.

O f f ic e r s — J. L. Oakey, President; H.
D ir e c t o r s — J. L. Oakey, H. H. Ham,

Incorporated August 2, 1901.
H. Ham, Vice-President; W. S. Boggs, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
J. R. McKinley, W. S. Boggs, Dr. J. N. Baylis, Dr. W. H. Stiles, Irving G. Davis.
Statement of June 23, 1915.

Bank premises, furniture anti fivtures

.

.

Commercial
department
$239,859 56
17 59
202,405 33
5,186 57
2,980 00
79,584 81
5,545 81
37,331 68
6,724 08
415 32
$580,050 75

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in_________________________________________________ _____
Surplus _____________________________________________________ ______________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid_________________________ —
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account______
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)
Deposits, due to banks------------------------------------------------------------ -----------------Dividends u n p a id _________________________________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check_______________________________________
Savings deposits __________________________________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit.............................. ...................................................
Time certificates o f deposit__ ;----------------------------------------------- --------------------Certified cheeks--------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------Cashier’s checks__________________________________________________________
State, county and municipal deposits______________________________________
Postal savings deposits_________________________________________ __________
Other liabilities__ ;________________________________________________________




13,000 00
6,959 83
3,228 25
248^350 67

Combined

4,006 76
155,605 99
31 50
20 00
43,500 00
5,345 75
$580,050 75

165

Totals.

$100,000 00

Savings
department

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

RESOURCES

PASADENA TRUST AND SAVINGS BAN K -P ASA D EN A .

166

226.

Incorporated September 14, 1901.
E. Edwards, President; John McDonald, Vice-President; H. A. Doty, Secretary and Treasurer; Guy H. Wood, Assistant
Secretary and Assistant Treasurer; W. D. Lacey, Trust Officer.
D ir e c t o r s — Wm, H. Vedder, John McDonald, A. K. McQuilling, J. Foster Rhodes, F. C. E. Mattison, F. G. Cruickshank, Harry
Gray, Don C. Porter, R. I. Rogers, H. C. Hotaling, A. E. Edwards.
O f f ic e r s —A.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Trust
Commercial

Savings

Combined
Court trusts

Loans and discounts___ . . . _________________ ____________________________
O verdrafts__________________________________________________________________
Bonds, warrants and other securities__________— _________ _______________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_____ ________________ ;_________________
Safe deposit vaults_________________________________________________________
Other real estate owned________________________
______________________ _
Due from reserve banks______________________________________________ __ ._
Actual, cash on hand______________________________________________________
Exchanges for clearing house_________________ ____________________________
Checks and other cash items_________________________ __________ ____________
Other resources______________________________________________________________
Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers
or trustees
..

Private trusts

$2,127,488 00

$2,127,488 00

210,705 22

$57,228 06

$51,625 00

319,558 28

2,111 00
152,691 43
91,233 51

21,243 86
10 84

125 00

2,111 00
174,060 28
91,244 35
258 68

258 68

!
Private trusts
not under
supervision o f
79,644 47 State Banking
108,085 00 Department
'-------- *
-------- '

Trusts invested under order o f court or) (Personal property________________
in accordance with provisions o f trust$ ) Real property
___

79,644 47
108,085 00

$2,584,229 16

$266,470 90

$51,750 00

$2,902,450 03

$100,000 00
132,500 00
8,567 88

$50,000 00
5,750 00
1,765 80

$50,000 00
1,750 00

$200,000 00
140,000 00
10,333 68

LIABILITIES.
Surplus

....... .

.................

.. . . .

.......

.........

Other existing profits, collected, but n ot in undivided profits account______
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)..
Notes rediscounted_________________ __________ ___________________ ______
Deposits due to banks___________________ _________________________________

2,130,377 28

2,130,377 28

152,765 78

152,765 78

60,000 00

60,000 00

18 22
D e p o sits 'o f money received from executors, administrators, guardians,
Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers
Trusts held as executor, administrator, guardian, assignee, receiver or
trustee, under order or decree o f any court______________ _________________
T o t a l s ..........
N o t e .— Added

........

....

trust department July 3, 1914.




_____

18 22
t'"
'
1*
\
Private trusts
n ot under
supervision o f
State Banking
208,955 10 Department
'-------- *
-------- '

$2,584,229 16

$266,470 90

$51,790 00

208,955 10
$2,902,450 06

Changed name from Pasadena Savings and Trust Company January 11, 1915.

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

RESOURCES

227.

THE OLD BANK— HANFORD.

In corporated N ovem ber 26, 1901.
O f f ic e r s — F. R . H ight, P residen t and M a n a g e r ; P. M cR ae, V ic e -P r e s id e n t ; J. J. H ight, S ecretary, T rea su rer and Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — P. M cR a e, F. R . H ight, Chas. K reyenhagen, Jos. Schnereger, Jas. J. H ight, N. W eisbau m , A . A . B idd le (sa m e M rs.
A ch sa h A . B id d le ).

Statement of J une 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts.
Overdrafts
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures.. .
Safe deposit vaults
Other real estate owned
....
Due from reserve hanks
Due from other hanks .
......
Actual cash on hand

$607,374 62
2,414 36
30,160 23
19,000 00
......

Exchanges for clearing house____________
Checks and other cash items
Other r e s o u r c e s .....................

_______ __________________

...
.

_ - _____________

LIABILITIES

. _

Savings deposits _________________________




$50,000 00
30,000 00
28,383 05

_____________

___________________________ ________________

Postal savings deposits—
I____ "________ ____
_____________________ . .
_____________
Other liabilities________________________ ___ ______ ____________________ : __________ ____
_
Totals

$760,594 09

. .

Other existing profits, collected, but not in"undivided profits account___ ___-

00
51
36
15

500 73
1,371 23

...

Bills payable (including certiflcates o f deposit representing money horrowed)
Deposits, due to hanks
.
. .."
"
"..............
Dividends unpaid
....
............ .
Demand certificates o f deposit..........
Time certificates o f deposit
Certified checks
Cashier’s checks

3,000
51,648
1,028
44,106

„

Totals

Capital stock paid in
Surplus
"

Savings
department

70,000 00
'

427,537 09

Combined

REPORT OF SU PERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

13,200 85
121,952 94
100 00
19,420 16

$760,594 09
05 '

O

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LOS ANGELES TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK— LOS ANGELES.

168

228, 288A AND 228B.

In corporated January 17, 1902.
— J. C . D rake, P r e s id e n t ; M. H. F lin t and H. W . O ’M elveny, V ic e -P re s id e n ts ; W . R . H ervey, V ice-P resid en t and M anager
T ru st D e p a r tm e n t; J a y Spence, Secretary, T reasurer and C a s h ie r ; R alp h D ay, C. F. Seidel, J. M. R ugg, J. R. H enderson,
A ssistan t C a s h ie r s ; W . B. S trin gfellow , A ssistan t S e c re ta r y ; B ruce H. G rigsby, John D. Carson, A ssistan t S ecretaries and
T ru st O ffice r s; N. M. C onverse, A ssistan t Trust Officer.
i r e c t o r s — J. C. D rake, M. H. F lint, H. W . O’M elveny, John P. B urke, H. M. R obin son, Geo. I. C ochran, John S. C ravens, J. M.
E lliott, W . R . Staats, W . M. G arland, W . E. H am pton, G od frey H olterh off, Jr., Stoddard Jess, G ail B. Johnson, W . L. Stew art,
L. L in d say, A. H. N a ftz g e r, E. S. P auly, Geo. S. Phillips, W . R . H ervey, J a y Spence.

f f ic e r s

Trust
RESOURCES

Commercial

Combined

Savings
Court trusts

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures__________________________________
S afe deposit, vaults

Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers,
Trusts invested under order of court or) (Personal property. _
_

$3,764,845 67
2,318 08
1,266,591 55
100,000’ 00
1
958,594
99,941
598,469
82,033
58,327
27,832

oo
52
35
95
70
84
00

$9,533,630 51

Private trusts

$250,000 00

$100,000 00

101,761 85

26,562 39

1,203,211 35
850.000 00
100.000 00
1,523,962 12
422,483 91
8,342 84
67 53
2,813 59

______

3,307,863 58
766,201 26

704 72

Private trusts
not under
supervision of
State Banking
Department

$13,648,476
2,318
2,469,802
950.000
100.000
1
2,610,900
99,941
1,020,953
90,376
58,395
31,350

18
08
90
00
00
00
88
35
86
54
37
31

3,307,863 58
766,201 26

$6,958,955 66

$13,641,698 26

$4,428,640 28

$127,287 11

$25,156,581 31

$900,000 00
600,000 00
211,280 10

$400,000 00
600,000 00

$100,000 00
150,000 00

$100,000 00

$1,500,000 00
1,350,000 00
238,567 21

314,924 58

130,000 00

LIABILITIES.
27,287 11

444,924 58

4,387,775 l i

4,387,775
11,135,099
21,048
1,376,599
40,719
188,800
150,334
98,244
55,828

11,135,099 10
21,048 52
1,376,599 16

Deposits of money received from executors, administrators, guardians,

40,719
188,800
150,334
98,244
45,828

48
21
41
73
52

10,000 O
O

Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers
Trusts held as executor, administrator, guardian, assignee, receiver or

4,168,640 28
$6,958,955 66

$13,641,698 26

$4,428,640 28

Private trusts
not under
supervision of
State Banking
Department
$127,287 11

11
10
52
16
48
21
41
73
52

4,168,640 28
$25,156,581 31

N ote .— T he a b ove statem ent includ es the business o f the P ico street and G rant avenue, and the Second an d Spring street bran ch




REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

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LONG BEACH SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY— LONG BEACH.

Incorporated February 1, 1902.
— Geo. H. Bixby, President; P. E. Hatch, Vice-President; F. C. Teomans, Vice-President; J. W. Tucker, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; Chas. H. Tucker, Assistant Cashier.
i r e c t o r s — George H. Bixby, P. E. Hatch, F. C. Yeomans, J. W. Tucker, Jotham Bixby,
S. E. Kennedy, A. H. Farnam, T. L.
DeCoudres, J. T. Cullen, W. M. Raymond, Llewellyn Bixby, W. S. Strickler, Isaias Heilman, A. P. Hoffman, C. N. Grant.

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Trust
RESOURCES.

Commercial

Combined

Savings

Court trusts

$40,000 00

$1,483,088 25

$50,000 00

10,000 O
O

151,712 50
165,000 00
15,000 00

3,784 05
220 70

1,300 00

$1,443,068 25
■Rank premises, furniture and fixtures

F-jrehang-es for clearing’ house . . .

...

.

...........

91,712 50
165,000 00
15,000 00
191,008
91,738
5,952
1,808
502

..

36
40
70
51
32

Private trusts

Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers,

195,087
91,959
5,952
1,808
502

41
10
76
51
32

$2,005,806 10

$54,004 75

$51,300 00

$2,111,110 85

$150,000 00
80,000 O
O
45,367 82

$50,000 00

$50,000 00

799 00

1,300 00

$250,000 O
O
80,000 00
47,466 82

LIABILITIES.

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrow ed)..
Deposits due to banks____________ _________________________________________
Dividends unpaid_______________________
________ . . . _____________________

1,547,536 74

Cashier’ s checks________

__ 1
______ ______

1,547,536 74

182,094 00

Demand certificates o f deposit________

182,094 00

________________

_____________ ;________________;____________________

Postal savings deposits___ ;__________________________________________________
Deposits o f money received from executors, administrators, guardians,
assignees, receivers or trustees__________________________________________ —
Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers

3,205 75 Private trusts
n ot under
supervision o f
State Banking
Department
v
_____ r_____ /

Trusts held as executor, administrator, guardian, assignee, receiver or

Totals_________
N

ote

. — Added

_____________ ^
----------------------------------------------------------------

trust department November 7, 1914.




807 54

807 54

$2,005,806 10

$54,004 75

$51,300 00

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Private trusts
not under
supervision of
State Ba'nking
Department
l
J

3,205 75

$2,111,110 85
Ci

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230 AND 230A.

“ SCOTT V A L L E Y B A N K ” —PORT JONES.

Incorporated F eb ru a ry 4, 1902.
— M. C. B eem , P residen t an d T re a s u r e r ; O. V. Green, V ic e -P r e s id e n t; W . T. Y ou n g, S e c r e t a r y ; R. A . W a lk er, C a s h ie r ; H. A.
Green, A ssista n t C ash ier a t E tn a Branch.
i r e c t o r s — W . T. Y ou n g, E. F . R eichm an, M. C. Beem , G. W . Smith, O. V . Green.

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.

$281,010 25
1,323 44
37,100 00
12,000 00

Savings
department

Combined
$464,982
1,323
38,100
12,000

$183,972 00
1,000 00

25
44
00
00

_________ ____

___

__________

— -----

-----

..

19,357 41

4,488 11

23,845 52

16,972' 45

Due from reserve banks____________________

4,317 12

21,289 57
1,547 50
3,396 99

1,547 50
3,398 99
$372,710 04

$193,777 23

$560,487 27

$85,000 00
20,000 00
30,299 83

$15,000 00
5,000 00
4,110 71

$100,000 00
25,000 00
34,410 54

LIABILITIES

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account_______ .

_ __ _ __

40,000 00

40,000 00
135,004 45

135,004
169,666
7,840
27,513

169,066 52

7,840 35
27,513 00

600 00
25,813 81
638 60

600 00
25,813 81
638 60
$372,710 04

N ote.— The above statement includes the business of the Etna Mills branch office.




45
52
35
00

$193,777 23

•

$566,487 27

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

231.

FIRST SAVINGS BANK OF COLUSA— COLUSA.

Incorporated February 13, 1902.
W. Brown, President; R. E. Blevins, Vice-President; H. F. Osgood, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; Everett Bowes,
Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s —U. W. Brown, Ira L. Compton, John Ahlf, R. E. Blevins, Clara C. Packer.
O f f ic e r s —U.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES

Savings
department

■Ranlr premises, furniture and fixtures
Safe deposit, vaults
Other real estate owned
One from other

9,000 00
35,482 50

.....
-

hanks

.

. . . . . .
18,903 27

—

7,160 65
150 00
$195,761 71

C apital

LIABILITIES

stock paid In

.

.

..

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account____________________ ____

$35,000 00
500 00
4,376 93

Rills p ayable (including certificates o f deposit representing m oney borrow ed)
Bividends u n p a i d ...................

Individual deposits subject to check____
Savings deposits

..........

Demand certificates of deposit__
Certified checks
Cashier’s checks

__

________________________________________________
...................... ..........

. .. . ________________________________________________

.. ' . . . .

4,652 30

.
. . . . . . .

Postal savings deposits.-I____ "________ ___________________________________ _________ ____
Other liabilities
T o ta ls

144,232 48

...

........




...

.... _

....

_.

.............

...

_

.

.......

7,000 00

_
..................

.............................

$195,761 71

REP.ORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

$125,065 29

O verdrafts

Combined

172

232 AND 232A.

BANK OF ALAM ED A COUNTY— ALVARADO.

Incorporated February 20, 1902.
May, President, Treasurer and Manager; D. F. Wiegman, Vice-President; J. R. Blacow, Secretary and Cashier;
R. A. Blacow, Assistant Cashier.

O f f ic e r s — August

Statement of June 23, 1915.

RESOURCES

Commercial
department

99,500 00
14,000 00
10,500 00
132,540 67
36,852 05

$690,545 22
LIABILITIES

Oapital stock paid in_______________________________________________
Surplus __________________________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid________________________
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account_____
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed).
Deposits, due to banks--------------------------------------------------------------------Dividends unpaid--------------- ------------------------------------------------- -------—
Individual deposits subject to check__________________________________
Savings deposits __________________________________________________
Demand certificates of deposit-------------.----------------------------------------------Time certificates of deposit__________ _______________________________
Certified checks___________________________________________________
Cashier’s checks__________________________________________________
State, county and municipal deposits_________________________________
Postal savings deposits________________________________ __________—
Other liabilities_____ _________________-— ____________________ _____
Totals________________ ______________________ ___________ _______ _______

N ote.— The above statement includes the business of the Irvington branch office.




$65,000 00
11,000 00
5,904 59

185^705 66
392]454*97
420 00
30,000 00

$690,545 22 ..

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

$397,152 50

Savings
department

234.
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“ SECURITY STATE BANK OF SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA ’ ’— SAN JOSE.

Incorporated March 24, 1902.
— Henry Curtner, Vice-President; Wilbur J. Edwards, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; E.
Geo. B. .Campbell, Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary.
i r e c t o r s — C, M. Bichards, Henry Curtner, L. A. Booksin, W. E. Hazeltine, Wilbur J. Edwards.

f f ic e r s

D.

Shepherd, Assistant Cashier;

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

re so u rc es

$281,930
57
67,410
31,540
2,150

78
29
25
00
00

121,946 87
Due fro m other ban ks___________________________________________ ; ______________________________________
_
Exchanges fo r clearing house
Cheeks and other cash item s
T o ta ls

..

...
..................

.............
...........

....

_
...

..

_

.
.

67,968
3,939
535
984

78
97
56
51

$578,464 01

LIABILITIES
TTndivided p ro fits , less expenses and taxes paid

.............. .

$100,000
50,000
22,610
15,327

... ...

00
00
60
89

22,516 99

Dividends unpaid

335,577 91

Certified checks




4,866 12
19,247 35
1,317 15

*

S tate, cou n ty and m unicipal deposits
P o sta l savings deposits ...
.." . . . . . .

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

B on d s, w arran ts, and othfir securities. _
...... _
... ..
_
' „
B ank prem ises, furniture and fixtures:
....
j
Safe d eposit va u lts____________ ____________ _______ _ ___ .________________________________ ___________
Other real estate owned__________________________ ______
______________________________________________

Savings
department

.

7,000 00

$578,464 01

C
O

235.

I i
—

“ THE SANTA ANA SAVINGS BANK’ ’— SANTA ANA.

Incorporated March 25, 1902.
— M. M. Crookshank, President; A. Getty, Vice-President and Treasurer; C. S. Crookshank, Secretary and Cashier; J. H.
Metzgar, Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — M. M. Crookshank, A. Getty, John Awe, A. C. Bowers, J. H. Metzgar.
O

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23,1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES

$382,585 99
24,320 00

45,697 10
8,300 00

Checks and other cash items------------------

---- ------------------------------------------------------------------$440,904 09
LIABILITIES

Other existing profits, collected, but not in'undivided profits account______________________
Bills payable~(including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)___________________

$40,000 00
10,000 00
22,994 17
8,000 00

S avings deposits
................
Pom and eeftifleat.es o f deposit...

.........
. . . . . .

...............................

State, county and municipal deposits_____________________________________________________

P o sta l savings deposits




"...

*

339,905 12

20,000 00
4 80
$440,904 09

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Overdrafts________________-__: ________________________________________________________
_
Bonds, warrants, and other securities_____________________________________________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures______________________________________________ ______
Safe deposit vaults_____________________________________________ ______________________
Other real estate owned ..
............. ....................... _
T ne from reserve banks ...
>
.. ..
... .
..
......
Due from other hanks
......

Savings
department

236 AND 236A.

“ OCEAN P A R K B A N K ” — SANTA MONICA.

Incorporated March 26, 1902.
H. Dudley, President; P. E. Royston, Vice-President; P. J. Dudley, Vice-President and Secretary; W. O. Bender,
Treasurer, Cashier and Assistant Secretary; George A. Neilson, Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary; H. H. Hertel,
Manager Venice Branch.
D ir e c t o r s — T. H. Dudley, F . E. Royston, P. J. Dudley, E. S. Tomblin, H. Michel, K. A. Miller, James A. Bernard.
O f f ic e r s — T.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Savings
department

Combined

$249,641
1,238
73,348
28,191
2,980
12,291
30,038

$154,467 52

31,941
3,086
352
3,315

32
00
91
77

6,075 29
100 77

$436,425 16

Exchnnges fo r clearing hnusp

62
22
50
25
00
00
57

$197,036 84

$633,462 00

$75,500 00
9,800 00
2,192 15

$14,000 00
8,000 00
2,828 30

$89,500 00
17,800 00
5,020 45

22,641 00

13,752 26

$404,109
1,238
95,989
28,191
2,980
12,291
43,790

14
22
50
25
00
00
83

38,016
3,186
352
3,315

61
77
91
77

LIABILITIES

Other existing profits, collected, but not in'undivided profits account________________ ____
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)___________________
Dividends unpaid

.....

...

Savings deposits
. "
Demand certificates o f deposit
Tim e nert.ifleates o f d eposit
Certified checks
....
.
S tate, cou n ty and m unicipal deposits

.

_ ...

..................

20,000 00 —

20,000 00

..
260,346 09
160,024 01

..
.........
..

.
.........................

511
10,000
298
9,870
34,168
13,740

91
00
46
12
18
25

12,072 00
96 03
16 50

$436,425 16

09
01
91
00
46
12
21
25
50

$633,462 00

175

N ote.— The above statement includes the business of the Venice branch office.




$197,066 84

260,346
160,024
511
22,072
298
9,870
84,262
13,740
16

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

237.
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BANK OP LINCOLN— LINCOLN.

Incorporated March 31, 1902.
— A. J. Gladding, President; Hans Andreson, Jr., Vice-President; B. C. Musser, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; E. H.
Sanderson, Assistant Cashier.
i r e c t o r s — A. J. Gladding, W. M. Sparks, J. J. Pelster, B. C. Musser, Hans Andreson, Jr.

a>

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES

34
50
00
66
95

$130,036 15
76,137 22
15,758 66
1,666 95

Combined
$216,911
25
90,507
32,412
3,333

49
50
22
32
90

14,831 29

Cihpplrs and other flash ite m s ,,

..........

. ..

6,178 38

21,000 67

10,718 53

7,367 50

18,086 03

53 80
52 05

53 80
52 05

$154,247 12

$237,144 86

$391,391 98

$25,000 00
2,500 00
576 87

$25,000 00
3,000 00
2,160 97

$50,000 00
5,500 00
2,737 84

LIABILITIES

10,000 00

10,000 00

95,295 92
S avings deposits

7

182,920 88
18,911 77
3 20
1,863 36

95,295 92
182,920 88
18,911 77

24,063 01

Clashier’s ehenlrs

3 20
1,863 36
24,063 01

$237,144 86

$391,391 98

96 00
T o ta ls

.

.




.

.

_

.

$154,247 12

96 00

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

$86,875
25
23,370
16,653
1,666

Savings
department

238.
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D

f f ic e r s

“ BANK OF RICHMOND’ ’— RICHMOND,

Incorporated April 17, 1902.
— C. S. Downing, President; W. K. Cole, Vice-President; Clarence E. Allen, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
— L. M. Mintzer, C. S. Downing, Jos. L. Silveira, F. W. Hall, W. K. Cole.

ir e c t o r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

Savings
department

Combined

$152,918 64
115 93
96,368 81
25,600 00
341 00
23,196 15
19,539 61
473 37
98 18
$318,651 69
LIABILITIES

Other existing profits, collected, but not in'undivided profits account______________________________




$50,000 00
3,100 00
2,969 43

128,035 62
96,076 08

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

RESOURCES

■
*

100 00
26,463 93
11,906 63
$318,651 69
-3

178

239.

A. MIERSON BANKING COMPANY— PLAOERVILLE.

Incorporated July 2, 1902.
— Max Mierson, President; B. Mierson, Vice-President, Secretary and Cashier; Sol. H. Mierson, Treasurer and Assistant
Cashier ; Guy E. Wentworth, Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s —Max Mierson, B. Mierson, Sol. H. Mierson, Jas. A. Mierson, Amelia Baer.
O

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23,1915.

...

_
_

88
13
26
00

8,000 00
71,131 23
27,892 00
906 41
1,083 34
$502,975 25

LIABILITIES
Oapital stock paid in
.
.
Surplus .
’
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id ....... ..
Other existing profits, collected, but not inundivided profits account_______
__ - _____ ____ ____
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)______________________
Dividends unpaid _

$224,914
497
164,050
4,500

Combined

$50,000 00
50,000 00
10,190 87

___

Savings deposits
..*
Demand certificates o f deposit
Time certificates o f deposit.
Certified checks
Cashier’s checks

351,387 03

....... .

25,368 90
67 41
12,500 00
3,461 04

Totals




...........

. .

$502,975. 25 _________ ____ „ | ________________
1

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Loans and discounts____________________________________________________________ ____________ ___ _
Overdrafts . . . . . . .
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
..
...
............
Bapk premises, furniture and fixtures
.....................
.........
Safe deposit vaults____ _________________________________________ _________________________________
Other real estate owned . .
.. _
. . . .
Due from reserve banks_________________ ______ ____________ _____ ________________________________
Due from other banks____________________ _____ ______ __________________________________________
Actual cash on hand ........................
Exchanges fo r clearing house________- ___ ._________________________________________________ _____
Ohecks and other cash items
Other resources
Totals

Savings
department

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

241.
O
D

BANK OF CAMBRIA— CAMBRIA.

Incorporated January 29, 1903.
J. H. Bradhoff, President; John Taylor, Vice-President; Amos Smithers, Secretary; Murle Jones, Treasurer and Cashier.
—-John Taylor, A. Smithers, J. H. Bradhoff, L. Ferrasci, Thos. Holdsworth, B. Corda, N. Storni.

f f ic e r s —
ir e c t o r s

Statement of June 23,1915.

Bonds, warrants, and other securities____________ ________________________________________

Commercial
department

Savings department

Combined

$116,840 19
101 85
42,411 80
3,502 00
63,135 16
11,774 96
40 00
$237,805 96

LIABILITIES

$25,000 00
22,500 00
6,234 05

Bills payablew
(fncluding certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)___ _________ ______




> •.

118,395 60
65,676 31

$237,805 96

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

RESOURCES

O
D

180

242.

INTERNATIONAL SAVINGS AND EXCHANGE BANK— LOS ANGELES.

Incorporated February 9, 1903.
— John Lopizich, President; Louis Sentous, Vice-President; Leon Escallier, Vice-President; Jules Viole, Vice-President; Luigi
Dell’Orto, Vice-President; Janies O. Moore, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; Pauline Bodrero, Assistant Cashier.
i r e c t o r s — John Lopizich, James O. Moore, Leon Escallier, Jules Viole, G .
Piuma, Luigi Dell’Orto, E. Fleur, Sylvester Dupuy,
T. M. Kristovich, Louis Sentous, Jr., A. P. Pusich, R. A. Todd, D. Vaccaro, L. Vigolo, Louis Terrile.

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23', 1915.

.

..

$559,101
5,583
136,057
8,300
10,000

.

99
33
22
00
00

32,827 85

...

...........

...........

Capital stock paid

$1,982,230
5,583
141,182
14,800
18,000
499,755
202,657

5,125 00
6,500
8,000
499,755
169,829

00
00
97
71

_

________

___________________________

________________________________

Dividends unpaid

61,511 37
136 60
2 70

138,013 03
8,758 84
2,794 05
96 01

$2,173,989 50

$3,013,871 15

$100,000 00
36,000 00
41,976 55

$200,000 00
4,000 00
14,821 55

$300,000 00
40,000 00
56,797 90

30 00
540,892 51:
_

Demand certificates o f deposit,...........
Certified checks .

.




14
33
22
00
00
97
56

76,501 66
8,758 84
2,657 45
93 31

LIABILITIES
in _____________

Surplus
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid ,

Totals

$1,423,128 15

$839,881 65

Actual cash on hand..
Exchanges fo r clearing house
Checks and ot,h(»r cash items
Other resources
....
Totals .

Combined

*

$2,173,989 50

$3,013,871 15

14,425 97
1,703 40
4,853 22
100,000 00

^

3,750 00

30 00
540,892 51
1,931,868 15
14,425 97
19,550 00
1,703 40
4,853 22
100,000 00
3,750 00

1,931,868 15i

$839,881 65

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Loans and discounts
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
... ... _
.
Bank premises, furniture and fix tu re s________
Safe deposit vaults ...
............
Other real estate pwried

Savings
department

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

244.

CALIFORNIA SAVINGS BANK OF LOS ANGELES— LOS ANGELES.

I n c o r p o r a t e d M a r c h 17, 1903.
W .
C. D u r g in , V i c e - P r e s i d e n t ; A . L . C ra n d a ll,
T r e a s u r e r , C a s h ie r a n d A s s is t a n t S e c r e t a r y ; J. W . K a y s , A s s is t a n t C a s h i e r ; H . L . H o lla n d , A s s is t a n t C a s h ie r.
D irectors — M . P . S n y d e r , W . F . C a lla n d e r, W . W . H it c h c o c k , J. W . K a y s , W . C. D u r g in , R . A . F o w le r , W . W . P h e lp s , J. B . M illa rd ,
J. V . B a ld w in , M . A . B re s e e , W . M . H u g h es .

O fficers — M . P . S n y d e r , P r e s i d e n t ; W . F. C a lla n d er, V ic e - P r e s id e n t a n d S e c r e t a r y ;

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Com ercial
m

RESOURCES

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures

________________________________ ___________________
Safe deposit vaults^____________ _
Other real estate owned_________ __________________________________________________ _____
Due from reserve banks___________________________________________ _____ _______________
Due from other hanks
Actual cash on hand . _

Exchanges for clearing house_________________ _________________________________________

department

Com
bined

$1,051,100 24
290 96

$1,789,643 30

9,485 00
15,500 00
3.200 00
75,738 14
3.200 80
94,581 13

39,500 00
152,294 22

$2,840,743 54
290 98
133,581 25
9,485 00
15,500 00
42,700 00
228,032 36
3,200 80
141,816 66

133,581 25

_

47,235 53

.........

3,712 04
17,817 74

61 30

3,773 34
17,817 74

$1,274,626 07

Cheeks and other cash items
Other resources

$2,162,315 60

$3,436,941 67

$150,000 00

$150,000 00
43,000 00

$300,000 00
43,000 00
25,336 88

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in__________________________________ _______________________________
.... . .
•
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account_______________ __ _______
'Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)____________________
Deposits, due to banks.____________ I_____ I_____________ I______________-_______________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid

.

._ _

Dividends unpaid
Individual deposits subject to check...

___
_
_
_
Savings deposits ______________________________________________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit
....
.....
Time certificates of deposit___________ ’________________________________ ________________
Certified checks
Cashier’s checks .

.....
...............

.........

State, county and municipal deposits . ... ...
Postal savings deposits..
........
Totals. .

..




.

._
.

..

.........

....
...
....... . .......
.

............

25,336 '88

90,000 00

90,000 00
210 00
919,766 09
100 00
12,772 76
61,340 30
11,250 00
3,850 04
$1,274,626 07

1,609,443 40
306,872 20
53,000 00
$2,162,315 60

210 00
919,766 09
1,609,443 40
100 00
306,872 20
12,772 76
61,340 30
53,000 00
11,250 00
3,850 04
$3,436,941 67

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Overdrafts____________ _____ __________________________
_______________________
Bonds, warrants, and other securities____________________________________________________

Totals .

Savings

department

182

247.

“ WEST BERKELEY BANK’ ’— BERKELEY.
I n c o r p o r a t e d M a r c h 5, 1903.

O fficers — F r a n c is F e r r ie r , P r e s i d e n t ; W . A . G o m p e rtz , V ic e - P r e s id e n t ; H. H. C a m p e r, S e c r e t a r y , T r e a s u r e r a n d C a s h ie r.
D irectors — F r a n c is F e r r ie r , J o h n G ill, W . A . G o m p e rtz , J. T . R e n a s , G e o r g e R o s s , B . E . U n d e r w o o d , E . L . R e e s e .

Statement of June 23,1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES

Due from reserve hanks. . .

.

.

.

Due from other banks______________________ ____ —______________________________________
;
Actual cash on hand..:__________________________________________________________
Exchanges for clearing house.___ _______________ _____________ ___ ______________________
Checks and other cash items— — ___ _________ _________________________________ * __
Other resources____________________ _______________________________________________
Totals___________ __________ ____________ ______ ____ _______ _________ ____________ _

$40,403 34
90 50
28,358 00
17,000 00

$186,228 29
28,079 30
23,440 00
1,500 00

Combined

$226,631 63
90 50
56,437 30
40,440 00
1,500 00

19,909'85

9,166 58

29,076 43

12,064 93

10,668 00

22,732 93
313 84
165 00

313 84
165 00
$118,305 46

$259,082 17

$377,387 63

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid In____________________ _______________________________________ ______
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid

Other existing profits, collected, but not in’ undivided profits account__________________________
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)____________________
_
..................

Deposits, due to hanks....................
.....................
Dividends unpaid

Individual deposits subject to check____________________ __________________________________
Savings deposits ______________________________________________________________________

Demand certificates o f deposit
Certified checks
Cashier’s checks

_ ... .

...................
...

........

u
-...
...
.
State, county and municipal deposits________________ _____________________________________
Postal savings deposits.—____ *
____ ___ :_______________________________ ________________
Totals

...

...

♦Deficit.




. . . .

...

$33,000 00
436 53
*1,297 23
1,774 14
6,665 17
1 00
69,071 18

$22,000 00
3,830 00
*99> 56 i
6,513 68 1

$55,000 00
4,296 53
*2,256 79
8,287 82

715 84
117 68
4,929 87

20,000 00

6,665 17
1 00
69,071 18
206,623 05
2,851 28
1,065 00
715 84
117 68
24,929 87

$118,305 46

$259,062 17

$377,387 63

2,851 28

206,623 05
1,085 00

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Loans and discounts_________________________________________________________________
_
_
Bonds, warrants, and other securities— — — ___ _____________ ___ ______________________
—
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_______________________________________ . __________
Safe deposit vaults............................ .................. .......— _ ______ ______ ______ _______ _____ _
_
Other real estate owned_________ ________________________________________________________ #
Overdrafts

Savings
department

250.

THE CENTRAL BANK— SANTA BARBARA.
I n c o r p o r a t e d M a r c h 4, 1903.

O fficers — F r a n k S m ith , P r e s i d e n t ; J. R . F ith ia n , V i c e - P r e s i d e n t ; W . B . M e t c a lf, S e c r e t a r y , T r e a s u r e r a n d C a s h i e r ; H . F . R . V a il,
A CSQ^Q + Q Tvf* P o o V l i P T ’

Q Y lf l

G a p r p tfir V

D irectors — F r a n k S m ith , G e o r g e M . W illia m s , W a lt e r L . H u n t, J o e l R e m in g t o n F it h ia n , H . F . R . V a il, W . B . M e t c a lf, D. T. P e rk in s.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Savings
department

Combined

Safe deposit, vaults

....

Due from reserve hanks

. .......

....

.

.........................

...................

.................

Due from other banks__________________ _____ ______________________ _______ ____________
Actual eash on hand

.

Cheeks and other cash items

19,071 50
36,600 00
3,000 00
6,450 00
17,425 96

$536,118 60
1,233 30
36,649 91
57,626 20
3,000 00
16,076 81
28,787 52

34,620 86
2,516 58
250 90
765 66

13,066 53

47,687 39

$320,186 05

Overdrafts

$410,526 82

$730,712 87

$30,000 00
3,800 00
1,216 17

$30,000 00
10,000 00
2,434 04

$60,000 00
13,800 00
3,650 21

353,092 78

15,000 00

20,000 00
10,133 23
15 00
210,828 40
353,0% 78
1,536 76
27,919 26
33 86
1,126 00
28,577 37

$410,526 82

$730,712 87

$221,205 77
1,233 30
17,578 41
21,026 20
9,626 81
11,361 56

LIABILITIES

Other existing- profits, collected, hilt not. in undivided profits account

•

Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)— ............ ..................
Deposits, due to banks— ___________________ __________________________ _____________
Ravings deposits

___

____

_
Time certificates of deposit. _ _____________

20,000 00
10,133 23
15 00
210,828 40
1,536 76
27,919 26
33 86
1,126 00
13,577 37
$320,186 05

$314,912 83

2,516 58
250 90
765 66

183




________________ _ . _ __ _______ _____ _

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

184

252.

SOUTH BERKELEY BANK— BERKELEY.
Incorporated March 5, 1903.

O fficers — A. W. Naylor, President; H. D. Irwin, Vice-President; E. K. Cole, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; H. C. Mohrhardt,

Assistant Cashier.
D irectors —A. A. Fink, H. D. Irwin, F. L. Naylor, A.

W.

Naylor, Wm. F. Lorenz.

Statement of June 23. 1915.

Totals

............
.

.
.................. ............

....

23
79
51
00

18,771 73
15,594 06
1,270 92

...................... .

Capital stock paid in
Surplus
’

$83,944
39
39,584
45,000

$302,442 00
18,641 67
30,600 00
1,894 70
500 00
16,070 99
7,025 ©

Combined
$386,387 13
39 79
58,226 18
75,600 00
1,894 70
500 00
34,842 72
22,619 88
1,270 92

$204,205 24
LIABILITIES
.

.
..........

$377,176 08

$581,381 32

$35,000 00
10,000 00
576 20

$15,000 00
23,000 00
10,236 33

$50,000 00
33,000 00
10,812 53

Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)______________________
20 00
126,303 24
Savings deposits ____________________ _____________________________________________________________




328,939 75

1,762 37
3,651 28
1,533 15
359 00
25,000 00

$204,205 24

$377,176 08

20 00
126,303 24
328,©9 75
1,762 37
3,651 28
1,533 15
359 00
25,000 00

$581,381 32

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Loans and discount,s
Overdrafts
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
.....
Safe deposit vaults
_
Other real estate owned
..................
Due from reserve hanks .
Due from other hanks
Actual cash on hand..
Exchanges fo r clearing house
Checks and other cash items
Other resources

Savings
department

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

257.

“ THE NAPA SAVINGS BANK” — NAPA.
Incorporated March 5, 1903.

O fficers — E. L. Bickford, President; D. A. Dunlap, Vice-President; Hensley S. Davis, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
D irectors — E. L. Bickford, H. P. Goodman, J. A. McClelland, D. A. Dunlap, H. A. Crawford, H. C. Melone, H. S. Davis.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

Savings
department

Combined

$250,873 68
94,271 13

' .

32,848 88
7,084 96
204 20
7 50
$385,290 35
LIABILITIES
$25,000 00
10,000 00
8,256 97
Tulip pnyahlfWinrlnriing certificates o f fieDosit representing: money borrowed)_________ ___________

329,433 38
100 00
12 500 00

$385,290 35

185




*

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

RESOURCES

258 AND 258A.

“ SECURITY B A N K ” —OAKLAND.

Incorporated March 5, 1903.
O fficers — H. C. Capwell, President; S. E. Biddle, Vice-President; Chas. A. Smith, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; J. R . Westdahl,
Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary.
D irectors — H. C. Capwell, A. D. Wilson, W. H. L. Hynes, Carl Plaut, Chas. W. Snook, H. G. Thomas, John A. Beckwith, T. W.
Corder, Wm. W. Westover, S. E. Biddle, Arthur D. King.
Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts
...
. . .
............
O verdrafts___________________ . ___________ _________________________________________________ ___
Bonds, warrants, and other securities.. _________________________________ ,___________________ . . .
B ant premises, furniture and fixtures
Safe deposit, vaults
Other real estate owned
'
_
Due from reserve bants .
Due from other bants
_
.... _ .. ...
_
Actual cash on hand____________________ ____________ : __________________________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house,
Checks and other cash items
Other resources____________________ . . . ____________________________________________________ .
Totals

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in . . . . .
.
Surplus
_
- - ^
-- - ....
........... . .
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
..
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account______________ ______________
Deposits, duo to hanks
Dividends u n pa id _____ ;_______________

____ . .

_______

____________________________ ._

____

Ravings deposits

$676,492 47
03
63
16
172,810 06
51
92,935 13
20
38
1,837 49
04
33,499 47
40
96
19,930 22
08
00 ---------------------

$1,168,772 50
563 63
399,470 22
385,814 64
12,745 20
9,711 87
68,478 51
18,264 40
102,370 18
13,753 08
474 00

$997,504 84

$2,180,418 23

$340,300 00
40,303 85
5,877 37

$83,200 00
12,028 88
15,725 16

$423,500 00
52,330 73
21,602 53

$492,280
563
226,660
292,879
12,745
7,874
34,979
18,264
82,439
13,753
474

90,000 00
71,731 23
186 00
398,275 73

115,035 00

97,700 00
17,157 69
5 00

90,000 00
71,731 23
186 00
398,275 73
771,690 11
1,395 03
750 00
4,348 88
5,815 30
206,600 00
17,157 69
115,035 00

$1,182,913 39

$997,504 84

$2,180,418 23

771,690 11
1,395
750
4,348
5,815
108,900

,

Postal savings deposits__ 1____ _________ __________________________________________________
Other liabilities___ _______ _________ __ _________________________________________ _________

Totals_____________ ______

.

______________ _________________________________ __

N ote.— The above statement includes the business of the College avenue branch office.




Combined

$1,182,913 39

...

Cashier’s checks

Savings
department

03
00
88
30
00

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

260.

“ ROSEVILLE BANKING COM PANY’ ’— ROSEVILLE.
Incorporated March 5, 1903.

O fficers — J. A. Hill, President; Alden Anderson, Vice-President: T. H. Kelsey, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
D irectors — J. A. Hill, T. H. Kelsey, E. C. Bedell, W. T. Butler, M. B. Johnson, A. B. McRae, E. J. Schellhous, W. J. Doyle, Alden

Anderson.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department
$125,128 99
102 59
8,429 59
______________________________________________

$88,272 69

Combined

28,000 00
15,500 00

$213,401 68
102 59
36,429 59
15,500 00

14,035 87

810 00
4,978 37

810 00
19,014 24

14,090 68

Other real estate owned___ ____________________ ____




Savings
department

4,335 27

18,425 95

3,744 74

3,744 74

$165,532 46

$141,896 33

$307,428 79

$40,000 00

$10,000 00
7,300 00
1,165 36

$50,000 00
7,300 00
3,034 21

LIABILITIES
1,868 85

102,806 75
1,225 40
12,492 69
58 13
33 15
7,047 49

$165,532 46

17,000 00
7,444 03

102,806 75
98,986 94
1,225 40
12,492 69
58 13
33 15
24,047 49
7,444 03

$141,896 33

$307,428 79

98,966 94

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

RESOURCES

188

263.

FARM ERS & MERCHANTS’ BANK— MODESTO.
Incorporated March 25, 1903.

O fficers — W. A. Harter, President; I. W. Updike, Vice-President; C. J. Cressey, Secretary and Cashier; W. A. Harter, Treasurer;

C. W. Sikes, Assistant Cashier.
D irectors —
-I. W. Updike, W. A. Harter, J. K. Corson, Fred Bartch, C. M. Maze, A. B. Shoemake, J. M. Finley.
Statement of June 23, 1915.

$234,651
706
27,535
1,500

Safe rfeposit. vaults
Pne from reserve hanks
Due from other hanks
Aetna! cash on hand
Exchanges fo r clearing house
Checks and other cash items .

\

Savings
department
69
79
40
00

6,681 76
27,576 00
4,211 18
847 61

T o ta ls............

$303,710 43
LIABILITIES
$49,500
35.000
3,206
937
15.000
4,475

00
00
53
88
00
59

164,849 50
9,223 98
Certified checks




.................
20,000 00
1,516 95
$303,710 43

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.;

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

265, 265A AND 265B.

THE SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SAVINGS BANK— SAN BERNARDINO.
Incorporated April 27, 1903.

O fficers — E. D. Roberts, President; H. E. Harris, Vice-President; A. M. Ham, Vice-President; J. H. Wilson, Secretary, Treasurer

and Cashier; J. C. Ralphs, Jr., Assistant Cashier.

D irectors — E. D. Roberts, Victor C. Smith, H. E. Harris, J. H. Wilson, T. A. Blakeley, W. J. Curtis, J. B. Gill, A. M. Ham, W. S.

Hooper, G. W. Parsons, Howard B. Smith.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Savings
department

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS,

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

$1,449,462 43
181,325 02

193,127 96
31,500 50

$1,855,415 91
LIABILITIES
$150,000 00
60,000 00
44,221 10

1,479,489 83
46,704 98

—

75,000 00
■

,

N ote.—-The above statement includes the business o£ the Colton And Rialto branch offices.




$1,855,415 91

QO

«5

190

266 AND 266A.

BANK OF N E W M A N -N E W M A N .

Incorporated May 4, 1903.
S. Wangenheim, President; J. H. Elfers, Vice-President; W. W. Giddings, Secretary and Cashier; J. L. Kinnear,
Treasurer; 'E . ‘R. Dixon, Assistant Cashier ; A. B. Joseph, Manager Branch at Crows Landing.
D irectors — E. S. Wangenheim, A. M. Souza, J. H. Elfers, W. W. Giddings, Fred Bartch, A. J. Stevinson, J. L. Kinnear, W. W. Cox,
H. V. Armistead.
O fficers — E.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

$250,218
596
54,000
41,051
3,500
7,000
57,629!

.................

..

R an t premises, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
Due from reserve hanks..
Due from other hanlrs

.

Checks and other cash items
Other re s o u rc e s _______________________________________________________ __________ _______________________

57
20
00
00
00
00
75

$324,192 60

19,851 57

Overdrafts

9,366 39

19,500 00
15,000 00
38,436 82

Combined
$574,411
596
73,500
56,051
3,500
7,000
96,066

17
20
00
00
00
00
57

29,217 96
265 91
1,037 56

265 91
1,037 56
$435,150 56

$406,495 81

$841,646 37

$85,000 00
32,500 00
1,495 19

$15,000 00
21,500 00

$100,000 00
54,000 00
1,495 19

LIABILITIES
Undivided profits, less expenses'and taxes pftid. ... ...

............

8,195 30

Other existing p rofits, collected, b u t n o t in undivided profits account_______________________________

Rills payahle (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)
Deposits, due to hanks...
*

184 50
249,225 19
8,914 98
7,431 64
20 00
Postal savings deposits

* ...

T o t a ls ______ ____ __________________________________________________ _________________________ ____ ___

N ote.— The above statement includes the business of the Crows Landing branch office.




361,800 51

50
19
51
98
61
00

50,000 00
379 06

50,000 00
379 06
$435,150 56

184
249,225
361,800
8,914
7,431
20

$406,495 81

$841,646 37

R E P O R T O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N K S .

Savings
department

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

268.

BANK OF GEYSERVILLE— GEYSERVILLE.
I n c o r p o r a t e d J u n e 22, 1903.

O fficers — C.^ B . S h a w , P r e s i d e n t ; W . A . B la c k , V ic e - P r e s i d e n t ; H . E . B la c k , S e c r e t a r y , T r e a s u r e r a n d C a s h i e r ; E . L . W is e c a r v e r ,
D irectors — C. B . S h a w , F . E . S o h le r, W . A . B la c k , H . E . B la c k , J. H . M e y e r.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES
______ _

_____________

_ ____

___ ____

___

. . _ _____

$79,611 80
3 34

Safe deposit, vaults

13,800 00
2,600 00

$148,272 30
3 34
13,800 00
2,500 00

_____

_______

________

...

.

___

_ .

_ ..

__

__ ________

1,500 00

4,832 57

1,575 69

6,443 59

$87,820 61

_ _

3,332 57
4,872 90

Due from reserve banks_________
Due from other hanks
Actual cash on hand ...
Exchanges fo r clearing- house
Checks and other cash Items
Other resources_________ ___
Totals

$68,660 50

Combined

$88,036 19

$175,856 80

$15,000 00
10,000 00
824 44
1,214 17
23,000 00
321 87

$10,000 00
2,500 00

$25,000 00
12,500 00
824 44
1,214 17
23,000 00
321 87

_.___________ ____ _____

... ............................... .
LIABILITIES

Surplus

_

_
.

.....

_ ._

..........

Bills payable (including- certificates o f deposit, representing money borrowed! .
Deposits, duo to hanks
Dividends u n p a id ___________________________ _______ . . . 1 ___
_ _________
Individual deposits subject to check_______ ___ ___ . . . _. . . . ___ ___ _____ _____

__
__

Demand certificates o f deposit____________ _____ __
._ _____________ _______ _______ ___ __
Time certificates o f deposit___ ______ . .
_ ... . . . . . . _____ ___ ___
...
_
Certified checks______1________________________________ _____ ______ . _.
____ . . _____ . . .
Cashier’s ch eck s_______________ _______ _____________
______
____
. . . ...... ..........................
State, county and municipal deposits.____ _______ ____ . . .
________ ___________ _______________
Postal savings deposits......... ................................... ...... .....................
......... . .............................
Other liabilities .................................................... ......................... . __
..
..
_. ..................... __
T ota ls. .

____




____ ____

______________

____________________________________

30,989 14

$87,820 61

61,822 02

30,989 14
61,822 02
1,199 46
6,485 70

12,500 00

1,199 46
6,485 70

12,500 00

$88,036 19

$175,856 80

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Loans and discounts______
Overdrafts

Savings
department

192

269.

COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS BANK OP STOCKTON—STOCKTON.
Incorporated June 26, 1903.

O fficers — John Raggio, President; P. D. Cobb, Vice-President; E. P. Harris, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; A. J. Zitlau, Assis-

tn>nt 06rSlii6r
D irectors —John Raggio, P. D. Cobb, J. A. Patterson, Wm. Snow, J. S. Silva, N. Copello, P. J. Dietrich, W. S. Montgomery, Ed C.
Wagner, Chas. L. Neumiller, Edward F. Harris.
Statement of June 23, 1915.

_
...
_

Totals

Deposits, due to banks__ . . . .
Dividends um>aid_______ _____
Individual deposits subject to check ............
..
Savings deposits
Demand certificates o f deposit
...................
Time certificates o f deposit
Certified checks
.
..
Cashier’s checks . . .
State, county and municipal deposits •
Postal savings deposits . ‘
*
....... ...
Other liabilities
_
...............

♦Deficit.

$747,013
1,889
171,747
94,406

32
42
92
41

149,426 61
5,899 00
79,252 00
9,429 36
867 25
426 99
$1,260,358 28

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in
Surplus
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Other existing profits, collected, hut not in undivided profits account




_

_

______________

$200,000 00
100,000 O
O
*15,420 01
14,907 28
90,000 00
47,763 26
156 O
O
683,861 89

Combined

$1,398,046 33
116,481
200,000
20,000
1,986
81,776

25
00
00
82
59

40,164 18

$3,118,813 45

$100,000
100,000
3,021
27,584

45,000 00

$300,000 00
200,000 00
*12,398 44
42,491 76
90,000 00
47,763 26
156 00
683,861 89
1,565,679 79
37,058 26
17,169 33
15,812 29
319 25
130,900 06

$1,858,455 17

$3,118,813 45

00
00
67
48

1,565,679 79

___ __

$1,260,358 28

65
42
17
41
00
82
20
00
18
36
25
99

$1,858,455 17

37,058 26
15,812 29
319 25
85,900 06

$2,145,059
1,889
288,229
294,406
20,000
1,986
231,203
5,899
119,416
9,429
867
426

17,169 33

R E P O R T O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N K S .

Loans and discounts
Overdrafts . __________________
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
Bank Dremises. furniture and fixtures
Safe deDOSlt vaults___________
Other real estate owned.* . . . .
Due from reserve banks
Due from other hanks ....
Actual cash on hand
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks and other cash items
Other resources

Totals_____________________

Savings
department

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

273.

THE GRANITE SAVINGS BANK— MONROVIA.

14— 19462

Incorporated July 27, 1903.
O fficers — W. L. Hodges, President; Chas. Anderson, Vice-President; Augustus Adams, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; M. E.

Conable, Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary.
D irectors — C. H. Ainley, Chas. Anderson, W. L. Hodges, M. S. Pottenger, Augustus Adams, W. M. Baird, F. M. Pottenger.
Statement of June 23, 1915.

Overdrafts

....

.

Savings
department

Combined

$150,411 57

..........

14,375 00
9,249 80
2,069 00
6,006 96
3,266 99
11 70
5 90
$194,386 91
LIABILITIES
$25,000 00
2,500 00
4,137 41

Surplus

Deposits, due to hanks
Dividends unpaid
....

*

*
.

Savings deposits
Demand certificates o f deposit
Certified cheeks
Cashier’s checks
State, county and municipal deposits
Postal savings deposits ~
"

143,233 50
7,016 00

.

12 ,'500 00

...
____

$194,386 91

------- --------

193

T otals_______________________________________________________ _________ _________________




R E P O R T OF S U P E R IN T E N D E N T OF B A N K S .

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

CITIZENS’ SAVINGS BANK OF SAN PEDRO— SAN PEDRO.

194

274.

Incorporated August 14, 1903.
O fficers — Henry Baly, President; Geo. P. Adams, Vice-President; Robert C. Baly, Secretary and Assistant Cashier; Henry Sherer,

Treasurer, Cashier and Assistant Secretary.
D irectors — Henry Baly, Geo. P. Adams, Henry Sherer, E. D. Seward, John Gray, William Davis, C. N. Krog.
Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES

Savings
department

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
Safe deposit vaults

...

..

......
.

Due from other hanks
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks and other cash items
Other Tesonrc.es

.

....

.

.

.

18,944 71
1,750 00
3,276 97
29,745 81

_

6,174 08

.......

T ota ls .....

$351,258 81

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in
.
.
...
Surplus
"
...
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Other existing profits, collected, hut not in undivided profits account.

.......... ..

.

$25,000 00
10,000 00
7,990 37

Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)___________________
Deposits, due to banks______________ *_____ _________________ _________________________
Dividends unpaid
. . . . . . .
. .. . ........................
._
_
...
. ....
....... . .
Time certificates of deposit__ ______ ________________ _____________ ____________________
Certified checks
"
.................
„ .

Demand certificates o f deposit

Cashier’s checks
State, county and municipal deposits
Postal savings deposits * ,
"
.
Other liabilities
Totals

..




...

.......... .

...

295,768 44

12,500 00

$351,258 81

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

$231,367 24

Combined

275.

THE WHITTIER SAVINGS BANK— WHITTIER.
Incorporated August 14, 1903.

O fficers — A. C. Maple, President; C. W . Clayton, Vice-President; C. A. Carden, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; Helen Fulghum,

Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary.
D irectors — W. V. Coffin, C. W. Clayton, W. H. Crook, John Crook, A. C. Maple.
Statement of June 23, 1915.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

Savings
department

30,106 40
35,913 89
4,000 00
45,790 71
12,279 17
11,051 39
2,302 62
$478,135 18
LIABILITIES
$50,000 00
5,000 00
8,382 53

365,592 09

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

$336,689 00
Overdrafts

Combined

29,610 56
11,000 00
8,560 00
Totals

_
_

_

.

.

$478,135 18

195




....

276.

PLUMAS COUNTY BANK— QUINCY.

co

Incorporated September 2, 1903.
O fficers — Clark J. Lee, President; Ed Huskinson, Vice-President ; J. T. Spooner, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; J. N. Stephen, ‘
Assistant Cashier, Assistant Secretary and Assistant Treasurer.
----D irectors — Clark J. Lee, Ed Huskinson, H. S. Lee, W. J. Clinch, J. F. Spooner, L. N. Peter, H. C. Flournoy.

05

Statement of June 23, 1915.
RESOURCES

$46,178 35
3 28
13,798 32
10,956 82
2,891 67
10,647 47
3,419 50
10,958 70

Savings
department

$93,917 35
5,840 00

5,263 03

405 03
2,152 99

Combined

$140,095 70
3 28
19,638 32
10,956 82
2,891 67
10,647 47
3,419 50
16,221 73
405 03
2,152 99

$101,412 13

$105,020 38

$206,432 51

$16,500 00
4,257 41
*405 59

$8,500 00
3,037 55
1,111 80

$25,000 00
7,294 96
706 21

86,726 05
5,397 50

80,265 40
86,726 05
20 00
5,897 50

247 48

774 91
247 48

$105,020 38

$206,432 51

LIABILITIES

Bills payable~(including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)___________________
80,265 40
20 00

774 91
$101,412 13
♦Deficit.




REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_____________________________________________________
Safe deposit vaults_____________________________ ___.____________________________________

Commercial
department

277.

THE PEOPLE’S SAVINGS BANK— HANFORD.
Incorporated October 15, 1903.

O fficers — W. V. Buckner, President; Chas. A. Kimble, Vice-President; H. E. Wright, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
D irectors —W. V. Buckner, Chas. A. Kimble, Jos. Schnereger, S. E. Railsback, H. E. Wright.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts________ .._______________ _________________________________ _________
Overdrafts_____________________________________________. ___ ____ __________ ________
Bonds, warrants, and other securities...._____________________________________ ___ ________
.....
"Ranlr premises, furniture and fixtures
_
..
Safe deposit vaults_________________ _____________________: ___________________________
_
Other real estate owned........
Due from reserve banks
One from other hanks......
Actual cash on hand .
Exchanges fo r clearing house
Oheeks and other cash items

_

.

.
. . . . . . .

......... .......................
.

. ..

Savings
department

$139,180 25

11,311 60
709 90

$151,201 84
L IA B IL IT IE S

Oapit.al stock paid in

..

..

...... ....

...................

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account___________________ ___
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)___________________

$25,000 00
4,010 00
45,629 30

76,562 54
Time certificates of deposit______________ ______________________

______

$151,201 84

197




_ _________
_

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

BESOUBCES

279.

HOME SAVINGS BANK OF WHITTIER— WHITTIER.

CO

Incorporated October 31, 1903.
O f f i c e r s — J. Allen Osmun, President; A. H. Dunlap, Vice-President; A. C. Johnson, Secretary and Cashier; W. E. Butler, Treasurer
and Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — J. Allen Osmun, A. H. Dunlap, W. E. Butler, E. S. Chase, T. L. Gooch, A. C. Johnson, E. W. Reider, S. M. Smith,
C. Sorensen.

00

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Savings
department

Combined

$280,796 93

$280,796 93

$5,029 32

45,033 99
13,000 00
1,968 00

50,063 31
13,000 00
1,968 00

24 21

18,734 00

18,758 21

239 98

6,769 13

7,009 11

155 55

155 55

$366,457 60

$371,751 11

$5,293 51
LIABILITIES
Surplus ___________ _______________________________________________ ___________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid- _________________________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)___ ___________________
Dividends u n p a id _______

$5,000 00
138 84

$35,000
10,000
1,048
9,406

00
00
89
71

$40,000
10,000
1,048
9,545

00
00
89
55

___ ____________________________________________________________________
154 67
__________________________

298,567 00

__________________________________

154 67
298,567 00

12,435 00

Demand certificates o f deposit___

12,435 00

$366,457 60

$371,751 11

Cashier’s checks________________ ___________________ ._____________________________________________
Postal savings deposits__ 1_____ * __
Other liabilities .




_____ ____________________________________________________
...
...
....... .........
$5,293 51

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

280.

BANK OF NEWCASTLE— NEWCASTLE.

Incorporated July 6, 1907.
— W. R. Fountain, President; F. L. Horne, Vice-President; J. F. Cook, Secretary and Cashier; John Henny, Treasurer;
T. K. Dahle, Jr., Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary.
D i r e c t o r s — F. L. Horne, John Henny, W. R. Fountain, Jr., W. R. Fountain, Frank Tupper.
O

f f ic e r s

Statem ent of June 23, 1915.

$91,446 42
52 52

Overdrafts
Safe deposit, vaults..........
Other real estate owned
Due from reserve hanks
Due from other hanks
Actual cash on hand
Exchanges fo r clearing house
Checks and other cash items
Other resources

....

....

........

Combined
$96,276 42
52 52
1,500 00

2,160 64

408 45

2,569 09

4,666 48

.

995 18

5,661 66

$69,826 06

$36,233 63

$106,059 69

$26,800 00
1,140 00
1,103 92

$6,700 00
260 00
837 31

$33,500 00
1,400 00
1,941 23

..............

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in
Surplus
"
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
............... .
Other existing profits, collected, hut not in undivided profits account______________ ___ __
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)______________ ___ .
Deposits, due to banks______ — ---------------- ---------- ----------------------- ----------------------------------------- .
Dividends u n p a id ____________________________________ __________________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check. __ ______________________ ___ ___________________________
Savings d e p o sits_________________________________________________________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit—
____________ ___________
; _______________________________
_
Time certificates o f deposit________________ _______________________________________________________
Certified checks______’ ___ ______________ . . .
___________________________ ___ :_________
...
Cashier’ s ch eck s_______ _________ ____________________________________________________ __
State, county and municipal deposits___ _____________________ ___ ____________________________
Postal savings deposits_______ — ___ __________________________________________________________ _
Other liabilities
...........




$34,830 00

1,500 00

Totals

Totals

Savings
department

2,500 00

2,500 00

34,333 21
720 00
3,090 78
2 40
135 75

$69,826 06

28,436 32

$36,233 63

34,333 21
28,436 32
720 00
3,090 78
2 40
135 75

$106,059 69

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF RANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

O
D

200

281.

BANK OF ARROYO GRANDE— ARROYO GRANDE.

Incorporated November 7, 1903.
— M. R. Swall, President and Manager; S. A. Dana, Vice-President; W. A. Conrad, Jr., Secretary; Jos. S. Gibson, Treasurer
and Cashier.
i r e c t o r s — M . R. Swall, S. A. Dana, Peter Olohan, W. A. Conrad, Jr., L. C. Routzahn, I. Benchimol, Paul M. Gregg.

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts............. .
.....
Overdrafts ..
....
......
... _..
Bonds, warrants, and other securities .
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
._
Safe deposit vaults____________________________________________________________ ____________________
Other real estate owned
..... .
Due from reserve hanks .
Due from other banks_____________________________________________________________________________
Actual cash on hand
..
..
Exchanges fo r clearing house____________________________ _________ _______________________________
Checks and other cash items
. .....
.. .
Other resources________________ !__________________________________ ________________________________
Totals

.

$83,530 00
6,400 00

1

Combined

$146,307 10
18 43
53,012 76
14,000 00

37,258 54

2,378 55
8,420 88

2,378 55
45,679 42

13,817 25

2,607 04

16,324 29

$174,484 08

$103,236 47

$277,720 55

$35,000 00
2,200 00
2,503 40

.

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in......
Surplus
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
..........
Other existing profits, collected, hut not in undivided profits account,
Bills.payahle ("including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed) .

$82,777 10
18 43
46,612 76
14,000 00

Savings
department

$15,000 00

$50,000 00
2,200 00
4,562 85

2,059 45

....................... .

Dividends unpaid

101,006 72

Savings deposits

40 00
26,427 47

Certified checks
Cashier’ s checks




6,810 00

5 67
__

$174,484 08

101,006 72
79,367 02
40 00
33,237 47
7,300 82

7,300 82

Postal savings deposits
T otals_______ _________________________ _____________ _______________________________________

79,367 02

5 67
$103,236 47

$277,720 55

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

15—19462

282.

“ BANK OF PACIFIC GROVE’ ’— PACIFIC GROVE.
Incorporated November 17, 1903.

Off icers — Chas. D. Henry, Vice-President; P. H. Gonsalves, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; Wm. Boutadelli, Assistant Cashier.
D irectors —A. J. McNab, Chas. D. Henry, H. S. Ball, D. T. Welch, M. M. McPherson, E. S. Johnson, I. K. Miller.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

................................

Exchanges fo r clearing house
Clients and other eash items

_

....................
.
x

Totals

....................

.......

.

..

45
31
O
O
00
00
35
25

$176,434 01

15,329 11

...............

Safe deposit vaults
Due from reserve banlrs

$131,321
973
10,000
18,500
3,200
4,476
17,632

Savings
department

4,000 00

40,339 64

7,803 22

784 O
O
6,456 69

Combined
$307,755
973
50,339
18,500
3,200
4,476
25,435

46
31
64
00
00
35
47

19,329 11
784 00
6,456 69

$208,673 16

$228,576 87

$437,250 03

$40,000 O
O
11,500 00
4,523 22

$10,000 O
O
10,000 00
8,814 94

$50,000 O
O
21,500 00
13,338 16

LIABILITIES
Surplus

'

..

941 91

941 91

136,454 79
199,761 93
1,602 46
11,694 76
472 00
1,462 13
21 89
. . . .




. . . . . . . .

$208,673 16

79
93
46
76
00

' 1,462 13
21 89
$228,576 87

$437,250 03

201

Totals

136,454
199,761
1,602
11,694
472

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

O
D

202

284.

SAVINGS BANK OP MENDOCINO COUNTY— UKIAH.

Incorporated November 28, 1903.
— J. M. Mannon, President; J. L. McCracken, Vice-President; Dr. G. W. Stout, Secretary; Arthur L. Tracy, Treasurer and
Cashier; L. V. Ray, Assistant Cashier.
i r e c t o r s — F. T. Barker, J. M. Mannon, J. L. McCracken, George W. Stout, Otis Redemeyer.

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts__________________________________________________________ ____ ____

Overdrafts .........
Bonds, warrants, and other securities _
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures . . .
Safe deposit vaults
.
Other real estate owned
......
Due from reserve hanlrs
Due from other hanks

.. ...

_ .. . _
. . . . .

. ... .
..... .
...
...................

.....

.

.

$201,521 38
68,785 00
2,622 71

$237,366 39
32 33
97,544 15
2,622 71

.

.

.

.

...........

6,939 50

150 00
67,221 04
405 38
18,732 29

22 96

1,123 04
32 96

$123,115 49

.

$302,114 80

$425,230 29

$25,000 00
3,000 00
1,276 10
1,685 73

$25,000 00
3,500 00
124 60
3,659 98

$50,000 00
6,500 00
1,400 79
5,345 71

265,030 13

16 51
240 00
76,464 92
265,030 13

45,147 79
405 38
11,792 79

150 00
22,073 25

Combined

1,123 04
10 00

.

Checks and other cash items
Totals

$35,845 01
32 33
28,759 15

Savings
department

LIABILITIES

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account__________________________
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)___________________

Cashier’ s checks ......




.

_.

................. . ....

.....

16 51
240 00
76,464 92
1,147 81
195 00
159 05
12,000 00
1,870 37
60 00

4,800 00

1,147 81
195 00
159 05
16,800 00
1,870 37
60 00

$123,115 49

$302,114 80

$425,230 29

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

285,

“ CONTRA COSTA COUNTY B A N K ” — PITTSBURG.

In corporated N ovem b er 30, 1903.
O fficers — W . E. C reed, P re sid e n t; W . J. Buchanan, V ic e -P re sid e n t; G. T oda ro, S ecretary, T rea su rer an d C a sh ier; M iss N. C anevaro,
A ssistan t Cashier.
D irectors — W . J. B uchanan, C. J. W ood, W . E. Creed, G. T oda ro, A. Sbarboro, O tis L ov erid g e, N. C anevaro.

Statement of June 23,1915.

.

Loans and discounts
Overdrafts.

_

$96,511
563
2,670
1,726
2,593

Savings
department

Combined
$244,566
563
53,182
10,344
2,593

75
20
90
57
31

75
20
00
88
31

$148,055 00

Due from reserve hanlrs

21,913 94

27,330 95

49,244 89

Actual cash'on hand

14,654 85

8,543 55

23,198 40

1,128 67
71 05

1,198 29

1,128 67
1,269 34

$141,833 65

$244,258 38

$386,092 03

■Ranlr premises, furniture and fixtures
.Safe deposit, vaults

Checks and other cash items
Other resources

Totals.,._________________________________________________________________________

50,512 90
8,617 69

LIABILITIES
Surplus

. . . . . .

■

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account__________ _____________
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)___________________

Deposits, due to hanks

_

'

Dividends unpaid_____________ ______________. . . __________________ .._____________________
Savings deposits ............... .............. . . . .
Time certificates o f deposit .

.

...

00
00
74
00

$50,000 00
16,000 00
4,429 35
80 00

2,241 69

2,241 69

95,733 31

186,934 46

95,733 31
186,934 46
615 00
900 00

$37,500 00
3,000 00
574 61

$12,500
13,000
3,854
80

615 00
900 00
.200 00

22,500 00
5,389 18

1,069 04
Totals




$141,833 65

$244,258 38

200
22,500
5,389
1,069

00
00
18
04

$386,092 03

R E P O R T O P S U P E R IN T E N D E N T OF B A N K S .

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

204

286.

SAN MATEO COUNTY SAVINGS BANK— REDWOOD CITY.

Incorporated D ecem ber 28, 1903.
L. P. B ehrens, P re sid e n t an d T r e a s u r e r ; A. D. W alsh, V ic e -P r e s id e n t; F. K. T ow ne, S ecretary an d C a s h ie r ; E. K. W h itehead, A ssista n t Cashier.
i r e c t o r s — L. P. B ehrens, P. P. Cham berlain, Chas. H olbrook, E . A venali, G eorge C. R oss, A. D. W alsh, J. L. R oss.

O f f ic e r s —
D

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Savings
department
$538,433 68
175,803 12
10,500 00
10,884 00
78,811 18
14,000 00

$828,431 98

\
L IA B IL IT IE S

$50,000 00
25,000 00
59,500 82
Bills payable~(including certificates o f d eposit representing m oney b orrow ed )___ ___ ______




_____ _

3,326 25
665,604 91

25,000 00

$828,431 98

Combined
R E P O R T O P S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N K S .

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

287.

COMMERCIAL BANK OF UKIAH— UKIAH.

In corporated D ecem ber 18, 1903.
O fficers — W . P. T hom as, P re sid e n t; H. B. Muir, V ic e -P re sid e n t; H. B. Smith, S ecretary, T rea su rer and C a sh ier; J. G. Thom as,
'
A ssista n t C ashier.
D irectors — W . P . T hom as, H. B. Muir, P. C onnolly, R . E. D onohue, G eorge W . Scott.

Statement of June 23,1915.

i

Savings
department

$198,571
2,770
39,600
15,403

Due from other hanks

.

Exchanges fo r clearing house

.

.

__

09
46
00
89

1,153
21,031
1,637
27,209

Overdrafts

Combined

87
06
85
55

1,701 57
787 50
$309,872 84

Clapital stock paid in ..
Surplus

LIABILITIES

__

...

$50,000 00
30,000 00
3,178 89

.

Other existing profits, collected, hut not In undivided profits account ........ .................................
Bills payahle (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed) _
............. .....
Deposits, due to hanks...
*
*
. ..
..........
Ravings deposits

*

.

Time certificates o f deposit. ..

35,000 00
37,214 12
. ...

--

131,451 65

..............
27 00

Oashter’s checks

23,000 00
1 18
Totals




..............

$309,872 84

1

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

O
D

206

288 AND 288A.

THE AN ALY SAVINGS BANK— SEBASTOPOL.

Incorporated February 18, 1904.
— Frank A. Brush, President; Robert Cunningham, Vice-President; A. B. Swain, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; E. F.
Jewell, Assistant Cashier; H. B. Fuller, Assistant Cashier; Thomas Silk, Cashier, Branch.
i r e c t o r s — Frank A. Brush, Robert Cunningham, A. B. Swain, H. B. Morris, E. F. Jewell.

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.
R ESO U RCES

Com m ercial
departm ent

Savings
departm ent

C om bined

$188,308 12

$311,093 32
122 07
31,837 50
21,700 00

4,000 00

26,080 06

8,710 81

4,135 61

12,846 42
904 15
198 47

904 15
198 47
$208,338 26

$196,443 73

$404,781 99

$45,000 00
1,000 00
4,056 98

$5,000 00
15,000 00
1,876 34

$50,000 00
16,000 00
5,933 32

L IA B IL IT IE S

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account______ ______________ ____
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)______________________

22,500 00

22,500 00
97,156 50
6,144 02
8,849 12
383 45

170,117 39
4,450 00

N

ote

. — The

above statement includes the business of the Forestville branch office.




50
39
02
12
45

•22,S O 00
C
448 19

22,800 C
O
448 19
$206,338 26

97,156
170,117
6,144
13,299
383

$196,443 73

$404,781 99

R E P O R T O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N K S .

$122,785 20
122 07
31,837 50
21,700 00
22,080 06

Loans and discounts______________________________________________________________________________

289.
O
D

SOUTH PASADENA SAVINGS BANK—SOUTH PASADENA.

In corporated F eb ru a ry 23, 1904.
— E. T. G rua, P residen t an d T r e a s u r e r ; W . M. E ason , V ic e -P r e s id e n t; A . P. M anning, S ecretary an d C a s h ie r ; W . C.
S pringer, A ssista n t C ashier.
i r e c t o r s — Jon athan S. D odge, John H. Jacobs, E. T. Grua, W . M. E ason , W . J. F illey , W . C. S pringer, H. C. M ason, A. P. M an­
ning, W m . H e n ry Smith.

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Savings
department

14,638 30
$37,706
22
12,912
1,300
4,775

31
93
96
00
59

5,695 36
30,769 35
$156,718 11
9,586 33
1,760 00
5,950 79

Combined
5,695 36
45,407 65
$194,424
22
22,499
3,060
10,726

42
93
29
00
38

192 88

192 88

$71,356 09

$210,672 82

$282,028 91

$10,000 00
700 00
1,465 12

$15,000 00
5,300 00
3,755 76

$25,000 00
6,000 00
5,220 88

169,701 01

51,379 30
169,701 Q
1

LIABILITIES

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account_______________ _______

____

5^379 30

46 27
965 40
6,800 00

T otals




............................... .

$71,356 09

4,631 67

12,133 38
197 27
966 40
11,431 67

$210,672 89

$282,028 91

12,133 38
151 00

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

BESOUBCES

“ THE SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY OF SAN MATEO COUNTY” — REDWOOD CITY.

208

291.

Incorporated M arch 11, 1904.
— E. F . F itzp a trick , P r e s id e n t ; M. F. X . K avanaugh, V ic e -P r e s id e n t ; J. P. W eller, S ecretary an d M a n a g e r ; D. W . W illiam s,
T rea su rer an d C a s h ie r ; F. E. F itzpa trick, A ssistan t Cashier.
D irectors — E. F . F itzp a trick , M. F. X . K avanaugh, J. P. W eller, G. R . Sneath, M. T. F reitas, D. W . W illia m s, E. H. Sam pson,
Jam es T. C asey, D. R. Stafford.
O

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.

RE SO U R C E S

Savings
department
$203,306 00
27,600 00
6,000 00
14,972 83
6,389 67

$258,267 50
LIABILITIES
$25,850 00
3,200 00
5,757 34

Bills pay able"(including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)_____________ ______




145 25
223,314 91

$258,267 50

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

292, 292B, 292D, 292E, 292F, 292G AND 292H. HOME SAVINGS BANK OF LOS ANGELES
— LOS ANGELES.
O

D

In corp ora ted M arch 15, 1904.
— O. J. W ig d a l, P re s id e n t; F. M. D ouglass, B oy le W ork m an , H. J. W h itley and W m . E. O liver, V ic e -P re sid e n ts; F. L.
T hom pson, S ecreta ry an d C a sh ie r; W m . T. H opper, T r e a s u r e r ; H. A. H aw ley, Geo. E. R eid, H. M. Coffin and E dw . B. M onk,
A ssista n t C a s h ie r s ; G eorge E. R eid, A ssistan t Secretary. .
i r e c t o r s — P h ilo C. K en yon , W m . Bow en, W a lte r J. W ren , F. M . D ou glass, H erb ert J. G oudge, W m . T. H opper, G eorge Hanna,
G eorg e E. R eid, G eorg e R . M urdock, W . E. Oliver, F. L. T h om pson , H. J. W h itley , O. J. W ig d a l, B o y le W orkm an , T. A.
T hom pson, R. B. Lane, H. M. Coffin.
f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.

____________________________

$1,144,447
2,403
77,307
49,170
30,000
Due from other banks_________________________ - _________________ ——--------------------------------------------

________

Savings
department
76
77
66
14
00

501,563 85
1,760 50
248,872 38
19,781 72
6,272 66
3,912 02

Combined

$3,741,665 73

$4,886,113
2,403
744,796
145,334
93,917
63,205
688,464
30,746
338,872
19,781
6,272
3,917

667,488 82
96,163 87
63,917 58
63,205 84
186,871 08
28,985 68
90,000 00
5 35

49
77
48
01
58
84
88
18
38
72
66
37

$2,085,522 46

$4,938,303 90

$7,023,826 36

$300,000 00
3,475 67
23,396 18

Totals------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------.-----------------

$700,000 00
24,100 00
16,027 90

$1,000,000 00
27,575 67
39,424 06

LIABILITIES

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account______

_____________________
120,560 83
350 00
1,260,065 80
171,760 91

3,994,262 73
67,249 39

2,822 82
203,361 70
Postal savings deposits *
Other liabilities .
.
.
.

............
.

.

.

,
88 55

358,013 83
178,300 05

120,560 83
350 00
1,260,055 80
3,594,262 73
171,760 91
67,249 39
2,822 82
203,361 70
358,013 83
178,300 05
88 55

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

Totals

$2,085,522 46
$4,938,303 90
$7,023,826 36
T he a b o v e statem ent includes the business o f the C entral aven ue, Second and S pring streets, E ast F irst street, Vernon and
C entral avenues, South V erm on t avenue, and V ernon and M on eta aven ues b ran ch offices.

ote

.—




209

N

293.

“ FIRST BANK OF HIGHLAND’ ’— HIGHLAND.

o

Incorporated M arch 28, 1904.
O f f i c e r s — N. L. L ev erin g, P re s id e n t; C. A. Sherrod, V ic e -P re s id e n t; J. M. Spaulding, Secretary, T rea su rer and Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — N. L. L ev erin g, C. A. Sherrod, G uy L. F razer, M. M. R a n d a ll, F . H. Cole, John A . R eily, H. H. Lienau, J. E. A llen, G. V .
C adw allader.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES

Savings
department

Combined




......

28,354 84

1,835 34

30,190 18

10,243 02

Due from reserve hanks

$47,123 50

1,007 57

11,250 59

2,175 00

938 95

$153,177 00
182 95
22,764 67
14,150 00

938 95

$180,512 93

$52,141 41

$30,000 00
7,750 00
50 95
3,816 26

$5,000 00
500 00
124 01
904 02

$232,654 34

LIABILITIES

83,393 93

45,613 38

18,505 00
19,523 26
100 99
372 54
17,000 00

$180,512 93

$52,141 41

$35,000
8,250
174
4,720

00
00
96
28

83,393 93
45,613 38
18,505 00
19,523 26
100 99
372 54
17,000 00

$232,654 34

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

$106,053 50
182 95
20,589 67
14,150 00

294.
O
D

THE STATE BANK OF DUNSMUIR— DUNSMUIR.

In corp ora ted A p ril 2, 1904.
— G eorg e E n gw ich t, P re s id e n t; G. A . H utaff, V ic e -P r e s id e n t ; W . M. G oggin, Secretary,
L e a ch A ssista n t Cashier.
i r e c t o r s — A. L ev y, G eorg e E ngw icht, B. K. Collier, G. A . H u ta ff, A . A. C onger.

f f ic e r s

T rea su rer and C a sh ie r ; A n d rew

Statement of June 23, 1915.

9 01

.

_

34,930 81
12,439 14

S a fe d e p o s it v a u lt s _________________________________________________________________

Actual cash o n hand.

............

.

_

$10,000 00
7,000 00

$66,192 25
© 01
41,930 81
12,439 14

709 39

20,244 35

______ ___________________

.

...

17,821 26
..

Combined

.

.

19,534 96

17,821 26

37 27
68 55
$141,027 15

37 27
68 55
$17,709 39

$158,736 54

LIABILITIES

Capital stoelr paid in

.

___

.

.................

$15,000
3,671
*871
482

00
65
37
42

$10,000 00
*148 11

$25,000
3,671
*1,019
482

00
65
48
42

2,857 50

8
98,580
2,857
2,704
12,918
25

00
76
50
65
00
00

7,440 29
1,067 75

5,000 00

12,440 29
1,067 75

$141,027 15

$17,709 39

$158,736 54

8 00
98,580 76
2,704 65
12,918 00
25 00
S t a t e , c o u n t y a n d m u n ic ip a l d e p o s it s _________________________________________________________________________

N

♦Deficit.
— A d d e d sa v in gs departm en t M ay 1, 1915.

ote.




REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

$56,192 25

.....................
Overdrafts
Ronds, warrants, and other seenrit.ies
Other real estate owned
Rne from reserve hanlrs

Savings
department

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

O
D

UNION SAVINGS BANK OF REDLANDS— REDLANDS.

Incorporated April 7, 1904.
— H. H. Ford, President; E. M. Lyon, Vice-President; M. M. Phinney, Vice-President; B. W . Cave, Secretary, Treasurer,
and Cashier; Thomas A. Ogden, Assistant Cashier.
i r e c t o r s — H. H. Ford, E. M. Lyon, M. M. Phinney, B. W. Cave, C. A. Tripp, M. W. Hill, K. H. Field, F. C. Hornby, C. J. Curtis,
L. M. King.

212

295.
f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.

RESOURCES

Commercial
department

Savings
department

115,509 81
2,000 00
84,773 85
17,799 91

$788,701 04
LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in_______________________________________________________
S u rp lu s-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id .................... ................. ........... Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account_______
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed).
Deposits, due to banks______________________________________________________
Dividends u n pa id ___________________________________________ ________________
Individual deposits subject to check............................ .......... — .....................—
Savings d e p o sits_______________________________ _______ _________________ . . .
Demand certificates o f deposit______________________________________________
Time certificates o f deposit_____________________________________ ____________
Certified checks______________________________________________________ _______
Cashier’s checks--------- ------ -------------------------------- ---------------------------- ----------State, county and municipal deposits_________________ _____ _________________
Postal savings deposits_______ _____ _____ ____ _________ __________ _________
Other liabilities_______!___________________________________________________—
T otals___________________________________________________________________




$50,000 00
25,000 00
29,753 85

645,084 69
l5~362~50’
23,500 00

$788,701 04

R E P O R T O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N K S .

$568,617 47

Combined

296.
O f f i c e r s — W.
D

ir e c t o r s

BANK OF WILLITS— WILLITS.

Incorporated April 11, 1904.
A. S. Foster, President; P. I. Lancaster, Vice-President; W. H. Baechtel, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; H. M.

—W. A. S. Foster, J. S. Rohrbough, A. J. Fairbanks, W. H. Baechtel, P. I. Lancaster.
Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES

Savings
department

Combined

...............

............... .

$31,331 43

$300,407 17

16,000 00

67,490 00
14,195 30

1,535 93

37,595 73
5,590 63
38,266 14

S a fe d e p o s it v a u lt s _____________________________________________________________________________________________
O th er r e a l e s ta t e o w n e d __________________ ___________ ._____________________________________ :_____________________

Due from reserve banks
T)ne from other banks
Aet.nal cash o n hand...............
Exchanges fo r clearing house.........
Ohecks and other cash items

...........

....

.

....
..........

36,059 80
5,590 63
22,116 45

16,149 69

550 88
5,040 47

550 88
5,040 47

$404,119 27

$65,017 05

$469,136 32

$40,000 00
40,000 00
7,406 44

$10,000 00
5,000 00
586 99

$50,000 00
45,000 00
7,993 43

LIABILITIES

O th er e x is tin g p r o f it s , c o lle c t e d , b u t n o t k fu n d iv id e d p ro fits a c c o u n t ___________________________________

10,000 00

10,000 00

1,500 00
187,847 86
38,430 06
611 08
104,143 83
25 00

1,500
187,847
38,430
611
104,143
25

00
86
06
08
83
00

7,700 00
4,885 06

— Added savings department July 30, 1914.




$65,017 05

$469,136 32

213

ote.

18,700 00
4,885 06

$404,119 27
N

11,000 00

R E P O R T O P S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N K S .

__

$269,075 74
51,490 00
14,195 30

Overdrafts _

214

297.

BANK OF RIO VISTA— RIO VISTA.
Incorporated April 12, 1904.

O f f i c e r s — L. P. Larsen, President; Peter Hamilton, Vice-President; J. W . Hamilton, Secretary,
D i r e c t o r s — L. P. Larsen, H. J. Dier, Peter Hamilton, P. F . Heringer, Thomas McCormack, Dan

Treasurer and Cashier.
McCormack, J. W . Hamilton.

Statement of June 23,1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES

Savings
department

Combined

38,653 57

Capital Stork paid in
Surplus
...

..
....

.

LIABILITIES
.
. . ............

..

.

.. ......

.
......................
.......

...

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account_________________________ _ _
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)______________________
Deposits, due to b a n k s .__
.
.
" ............ . . . . . .
...................
Dividends u n pa id _________________ ______________ _____________________________________________
Individual deposits suhjeet to check... _
...............
._
Savings deposits
' ........ .
Demand certificates o f deposit.
....
............
Tima certifleates o f deposit
_
...
Certified ehee.ks .
Cashier’s checks _
..
.......
Postal savings d eposits..!_____*___________________________________________________________________

56,611 03

5,709 12

30,163 26

861 75
51 00

1,600 00

2,461 75
51 00

$382,148 04

_

17,957 46

24,454 14
Checks and other cash items...

$169,714 87

$234,564 15

$616,712 19

$75,000 00
20,000 00
3,288 38

$25,000 00

$100,000 00
20,000 00
7,705 22

31,982 70
7,600 00

4,416 84

60,000 00

205,147 31

30,000 00




..

...

....

.

i

$382,148 04

152,659 58
205,147 31
10,117 62
26,103 70
325 00
80,000 00

4,653 76
T otals

87
10
18
00

60,000 00

152,659 58
10,117 62
26,103 70
325 00

$413,208
2,021
104,595
7,600

4,653 76
$234,564 15

$616,712 19

R E P O R T O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N K S .

$243,494 00
2,021 10
72,612 48

301.

PEOPLE’S BANK OF BENICIA— BENICIA.

Incorporated June 15, 1904.
L. Crooks, President, Manager; L. W. Kuhland, Vice-President; A. J. Pine, Secretary and Treasurer; Miss O. Bandel,
Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — W. L. Crooks, L. W. Kuhland, D. J. Quinn, W. Z. Rankin, Joe Enos, A. J. Pine, J. Kullman.
O f f i c e r s —W.

S ta te m e n t

of

J u n e 23, 1915.

..........................
Overdrafts
..
Ronds, warrants, and other seenrities
R ant premises, furniture and fi-vtiires
Due from reserve Rants
Actual cash on hand

.. .....
.

.. ... .
..

....

...
.. . ...
....

..
................ .
.....

.........

....................

$117,208
17
2,800
15,000

Savings
department
24
57
00
00

75,004 89
280 26
13,391 43

$63,425 00
1,500 00
1,500 00
11,666 65
1,344 57

1,561 50

Combined
$180,633
17
4,300
15,000

24
57
00
00

1,500 00
86,671 54
280 26
14,736 00
1,561 50

$225,263 89

$79,436 22

$304,700 11

$40,000 00
3,983 18
2,714 85

$10,000 00
726 65
166 58

$50,000 00
4,709 83
2,881 43

68,542 99
13,743 84

158,191 57
68,542 99
13,743 84

6,247 51
382 94

6,247 51
382 94

LIABILITIES
Surplus

... .

.................... .................

......... .

Other existing profits, collected, but not in'undivided profits account______________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)___________ _________

158,191 57
Demand certificates o f deposit

.

.

. ..

$225,263 89

$79,436 22

$304,700 11

215




.....

R E P O R T O P S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O P B A N K S .

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

216

302.

“ SAVINGS BANK OF POMONA” — POMONA.
I n c o r p o r a t e d J u ly 7, 1904.

O f f i c e r s — W m . B e n e s h , P r e s i d e n t ; W . M . L a tt in , V ic e - P r e s id e n t ; E . H in m a n , V ic e - P r e s i d e n t ; A . B . E n d ic o t t , S e c r e t a r y , T r e a s u r e r
D

ir e c t o r s —

W m . B e n e s h , E . H in m a n , J. M . B o o th , G h as. P . C u rra n , H . B . M ille r , G . S. P h illip s , S. C. P it z e r , W . S. H u ffo r d , W . M .

L a tt in .

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Com m ercial

RESOURCES

T otals____________________________________________

Savings
department

Combined

$302,258 00

_

23,925 00
3,600 00
2,000 00
56,479 86
9,435 51
168 15

$397,866 52

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in________________________-____________________ —
Surplus __________ ____________ ____________________ ___ ___________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid_________________________
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account-------Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)
Deposits, due to banks____ _________________________ ________________
Dividends unpaid____________________________________ ---------------------Individual deposits subject to check_________ ;________ -________________
Savings deposits ______________________________________________:____
Demand certificates of deposit______ _________________________________
Time certificates of deposit___________________________________________
Certified checks__________________________________________________ _
Cashier’s checks___________________________________________________
State, county and municipal deposits_____________ ___________________
Postal savings deposits__________ ______________ _________ ____________
Other liabilities___________ ________________________________________
T otals.




$50,000
12,500
5,178
11,397

00
00
61
48

287,399 33
10,369 49
20,981 61
40 00
$397,866 52

..
..
..
..

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Loans and discounts__ _________________ .___________________________ _____ ; ____
_
O verdrafts____________________________________________________________
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
. .
Bank Dremises. furniture and fixtures
Safe deposit vaults_______________________________________ ______ _________________________
Other real estate owned_______________________________________
Due from reserve banks____________________________ _______________
..
Due from other banks___________________________ _______ ___________________ __ ___
Actual cash on hand________ __________ ____________________
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks and other cash items___ _____
.
Other resources____________________ ___ ________________

department

303.

FIRST STATE BANK OF CLOVIS— CLOVIS.

I n c o r p o r a t e d A u g u s t 6, 1904.
R . N o r r is h , P r e s i d e n t ; O. I. C h a m b e rla in , V i c e - P r e s i d e n t ; C h a s. T . R e y b u r n , S e c r e t a r y , T r e a s u r e r a n d C a s h i e r ; T h o m a s
H ow is C n , J r ., A s s is t a n t C a sh ier.
D i r e c t o r s — R . N o r r is h , O. I. C h a m b e rla in , C has. T . R e y b u r n , T h o m a s H o w is o n , J r., R . E . L . G o o d .
O

f f ic e r s —

Statement of June 23, 1915
Commercial
department
$112,385 79
402 12
1,000 00
10,797 42
838 23
7,324 47
754 39
$133,602 42
LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in--------- --------------------------------------------------------------Surplus ____ ______________________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid_____------------------------------Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account_____
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed).
Deposits, due to banks______________________________________________
Dividends unpaid_____________________ _____________________________
Individual deposits subject to check__________________________________
Savings deposits_____ ____________________________ _________________
Demand certificates of deposit_______________________________________
Time certificates of deposit___________ ___ ___________________________
Certified checks____________ - ______________________ ________________
Cashier’s checks________________________________ ___ ______________
State, county and municipal deposits_________________________________
Postal savings deposits._____________________________________________
Other liabilities — __________ _______________________________________




61,585 59

„ ,. ,
Combined

665 96
35,296 94

1 25
$133,502 42

217

T otals.

$25,000 00
9,000 00
1,652 67
300 01

Savings
department

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

RESOURCES

218

304.

“ HOME SAVINGS BANK OF VENTURA’ ’— VENTURA.

Incorporated September 15, 1904.
W. Ewing, President; Adolfo Camarillo, Vice-President; Edgar W. Carne, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; Chas.
H. Carne, Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — Felix W. Ewing, Adolfo Camarillo, Edgar W. Carne, James F. Ewing, Juan E. Camarillo, Henry W. Connor, John Lagomarsino.
O f f i c e r s — Felix

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Overdrafts _ _______

Due from reserve banks

_______

_

__

_

_

_
Actual cash on hand___
Exchanges fo r clearing house
Checks and other cash items
Other resources_________ ____

_

_ _ _ _ _

_
__
_

__

_

$257,600 00
22,400 00
800 00
1,000 00
10,000 00
5,665 48
9,880 87
5,621 03

____

Totals

$312,967 38

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in
..
..
Surplus ____________________________________________________________________ ______________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid.,
...........................
Other existing profits, collected, hut not in undivided profits account
.
Bills pavahle (including certificates o f deposit, representing money borrowed) ........................... ...
Deposits, dun to banks
........... "...
~
.......... _
Dividends unpaid
Individual deposits subject to check________________________________________________________ ___
Savings deposits
Demand certificates o f deposit..
Time certificates o f deposit______________________________________________ _________ ____________
Certified checks___________________________________________ ____ ___________________________________
Cashier’s ch eck s___________________________________ ______ _________________________________ ______
State, county and municipal deposits .
.
.
_
. _
Postal savings deposits "
. . . . . . . .
Other liabilities_____________________________________________________________________ _____________
Totals

Savings
department

_ .




$40,000 00
14,000 00
4,363 58

235,203 80

19,400 00

$312,967 38

Combined
R E P O R T O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N K S .

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

306.

OXNARD SAVINGS BANK— OXNARD.

Incorporated October 4, 1904.
A. Rice, President; Chas. Donlon, Vice-President; George E. Hume, Secretary and Cashier; Justin Petit, Treasurer;
H. P. Speer, Assistant Secretary.
D i r e c t o r s — T. A. Rice, George E. Hume, Prank Petit, Justin Petit, Charles Donlon.
O f f i c e r s — T.

Statement of June 23,1915.

$390,249 14

Overdrafts ..........
Bonds, -warrants, and other securities. .. , , ...........
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
Safe deposit, vaults.... . . . . . .
Due from reserve hanks.
Due from other hanks
Actual cash on hand
Exchanges fo r clearing house
Checks and other cash items

Savings

department

615 00
...........

.

11,432 49
97 19
8,050 02

_
...

..

.

...........

5 00

Totals

$410,448 84
LIABILITIES

Surplus

.

$25,000 00
25,000 00
28,502 54

” ...........

Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)
Dividends unpaid

.

.

.

.

.

Savings deposits
Demand certificates o f deposit.
...
. . ...
Time certificates o f deposit
Certified checks ... . . .
Cashier’s checks
State, county and municipal deposits.. .
Postal savings deposits. * ,
............. ..
Other liabilities ..
............. _
Totals

...




...

............ . ..

..

.
331,616 30
. . .
...

_ ..
.

...

...
.....

.........

■
_
_ . . ._

330 00
.

...

.

.

$410,448 84

Combined

R E P O R T O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T OF B A N K S .

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

220

307.

“ REDW OOD CITY COMMERCIAL BANK ’ ’— REDWOOD CITY.

Incorporated October 10, 1904.
P. Fitzpatrick, President; M. F. X. Kavanaugh, Vice-President; John P. Weller, Secretary and Manager; D. W. W il­
liams, Treasurer and Cashier; F. E. Fitzpatrick, Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s —E. F. Fitzpatrick, M. F. X. Kavanaugh, J. P. Weller, G. R. Sneath, E. H. Sampson, D. R. Stafford, J. T. Casey, D. W.
Williams, M. T. Freitas.
O f f i c e r s —E.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Doans and discounts
......
Overdrafts
...
..
............
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
Safe d'eposit. vaults. .
.......................
Due from reserve hanks
Due from other hanks
Actual cash on hand
.......
Exchanges fo r clearing house...
Checks and other cash items
.........
Other resources
T o ta ls...........

_

..............
.

..............
.
...

..

$120,851
385
36,513
3,073

...

.

.

45
08
08
46

1,976
31,235
1,016
8,749

. _
...

...

Savings
department

49
90
58
49

205 59
864 00

—

......

$204,871 07
LIABILITIES
$62,875 00
7,700 00
4,'532 68

9 00
105,605 38

Savings deposits
Demand certificates o f deposit..
Time certificates o f deposit,
Certified checks
'
Cashier’s checks
Postal savings deposits
Other liabilities " ....
Totals

..........




i50 00
136 00
23,863 01

„ ,*
...............

.........
......

$204,871 07

1

Combined
R E P O R T O P S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N K S .

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

308.

THE SOUTHERN TRUST COMPANY— LOS ANGELES.
I n c o r p o r a t e d O c to b e r 24, 1904.

O f f i c e r s — J. F . S a r to r i, P r e s id e n t a n d M a n a g e r ; M. S. H e ilm a n , C h a s. H . T o ll, a n d W . H . B o o t h , V ic e - P r e s id e n t s : W . A . E llis , S e c-

A t t a r n ^ ^ d ^'r e a s u r e r I W . D . L o n g y e a r , C a s h i e r ; C. M . J o y , A s s is t a n t C a s h ie r a n d A s s is t a n t S e c r e t a r y ; L . H . R o s e b e r r y , T r u s t
D i r e c t o r s — J. F . S a r to r i, M . S. H e ilm a n , W . H . B o o th , C h a s. H . T o l l , W . D . L o n g y e a r .

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Trust

RESOURCES.

Com ercial
m

Savings

___

Notes" rediscounted_________________ * . *
Deposits due to banks__ ___
___
Dividends rnroaid._____ _ ___
__ _ _

. ..

Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers
or trustees- _____________________________________________________
Trusts held as executor, administrator, guardian, assignee, receiver or
. . . . . .




$200,000 00

53,657 16

58,227 21

23 29

23 29

Private trusts
not under
supervision of
151,875 23 State Banking
7,570 00 Department
i -----

151,875 23
7,570 00

$264,015 28

'

$153,680 45

$417,695 73

$100,000 O
O

$100,000 00

$200,000 00

53,680 45

53,680 45

___ “

Deposits of money received from executors, administrators, guardians,

Totals .

$100,000 00

4,570 05

i

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid in__________________________ ____________ ____
Surplus ___________ _________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Other existing profits, collected, hut not In’ undivided profits account,

Com
bined

$100,000 O
O

Trusts invested under order of court or) (Personal property
in accordance with provisions of trust,i )Real property
Totals___________ _________

1 Private trusts

t
1 \
Private trusts
not under
supervision of
State Banking
164,015 28 Department

$264,015 28

$153,680 45

164,015 28
$417,695 73

R E P O R T OF S U P E R IN T E N D E N T OF B A N K S .

Loans and discounts_________________ ____
Overdrafts_______________________ ..
Bonds, warrants and other securities____ ...
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_________________
Safe deposit vaults___ ______ . ____ ______________
Other real estate owned..._______ ____________
Due from reserve banks..__________ ________ ' ..
Actual cash on hand__________________ _
_
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks and other cash items______________________
.. ._
Other resources_______ _____________ ___
Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers
or trustees______________________ _ _________ ___________ _

Court trusts

222

309.

SIERRA VALLEY BANK— LOYALTON.

Incorporated September 1, 1906.
Nichols, President; Peter Scolari, Vice-President ; W. H. Duncan, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; E. L. Breen,
Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — A. S. Nichols, George H. Taylor, W. H. Duncan, Matteo Ramelli, Peter Scolari.
O f f i c e r s — A. S.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts
Overdrafts
Bonds, warrants, end other peeiirlt.les „
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
Safe deposit, vaults
Other real estate owned
Due from reserve hanks
Due from other hanks
Actual cash on hand
Checks and other cash Items
Other resources .
.
.
.
Totals

..

. . . . . .

$77,214 98

17,272 00

18,914 00
1,550 00
1,500 00
5,451 26

1,500 00
5,451 26
. . .

2,809 38

4,045 26
33 24
4,000 00

$76,800 86

......

.......

$35,907 88

$112,708 74

$20,000 00
100 00
714 43

$5,000 00
500 00
777 23

$25,000 00
600 00
1,491 66

9,100 00
938 89

9,100 00
938 89

45,212 91
2,343 28

Savings deposits
Time certificates o f deposit
Certified checks ... '
...........
.
.
Cashier’s checks
.
. . . . . . . . . .
State, county and municipal deposits
.
Postal savings deposits
Other liabilities____ ____________ __
____________

1,235 88

33 24
4,000 00

..............

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in
. . . . __
Surplus
~
........... .
Undivided pmflt.s, less expenses and taxes p a i d . . ___ ________
Other existing profits, collected, hut not. in undivided profits account
Notes rediscounted .
..
__
Deposits, duo to hanks..
Dividends unpaid .
.
__.............
..




$17,400 00

1,642 00
1,550 00

.
.

PdU(qtB0£)

$59,814 98

•
.

Savings
department

45,212 91
13,013 78
385 30
2,343 28

12,500 00
1,773 59

349 33
12,500 00
1,773 59

$35,907 88

$112,708 74

13,013 78
385 30

....

349 33

$76,800 86

R E P O R T O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N K S .

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

310.

HOLLYWOOD SAVINGS BANK— HOLLYWOOD,
Incorporated December 19, 1904.

O fficers — Joseph W. Norvell, President; Robert Hale, Vice-President; J. P. Roberts, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; E. D. Dietz,

Assistant Secretary and Assistant Cashier.

D irectors — Robert Hale, C. A. Frieburg, A. J. Witherell, Alan Gardner, Edward Winterer, Joseph W. Norvell, C. E. Walker.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Combined

$179,431 95 —

Overdrafts . . .
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
Safe deposit vaults.
Other real estate owned .
Due from reserve hanks .

Savings
department

.

.
.

.

14,880 97
15,440 02

.
.

.

.

.
0,090 21
5,853 20

$221,696 35
LIABILITIES
Capital stoek paid in ...
Surplus ...
"
.
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid _
.........................
Other existTing profits, collected, but. not. in undivided profits account.

...
_ ...

...

...
.

$25,000 00
5,200 00
3,960 23 --------- ---------------

115,955 99
Time certificates o f deposit

58,801 88
12,500 00

—

258 25
$221,696 35

223




R E P O R T O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N K S .

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

O f f i c e r s —Ed
D i r e c t o r s — J.

224

311.

THE MAYFIELD B A N K -M A YFIE LD .

Incorporated December 30, 1904.
C. Ellet, President; Joseph P. Ponce, Vice-President; Chas. Ellet, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
P. Ponce, L. Distel, G. R. Parkinson, E. D. Carothers, Ed C. Ellet, Charles Ellet, M. Carney.

resources

Commercial
department

Savings
department

Combined

$21,868 04

$64,582 00

$86,450 04

18,215 50
6,000 00

4,875 00
6,000 00

23,090 50
12,000 00

4,355 84

1,730 11
3,288 72

1,730 11
7,644 56

4,235 57

1,854 49

6,090 06

47 50

47 50

$54,722 45

$82,330 32

$137,052 77

$15,000 00
3,500 00
203 77

$10,000 00
1,500 00
2,051 43

$25,000 00
5,000 00
2,255 20

68,778 89

335 00

23,370 98
68,778 89
335 00

11,500 00
807 48
5 22

11,500 00
807 48
5 22

LIABILITIES

23,370 98

$54,722 45

$82,330 32

$137,052 77

R E P O R T O P S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N K S .




Statement of June 23, 1915.

312.

“ UNION SAVINGS BANK’ ’— SANTA ROSA.

16—19462

Incorporated January 24, 1905.
F . Brush, President; R. F. Crawford, Vice-President; P. A. Brush, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; H. W. Beardin,
T
Assistant Cashier.
D irectors — J. H. Brush, P. A. Brush, I. H. Brush, R. P. Crawford, D. P. Anderson, C. H. Thompson, J. E. Clark.
O f f i c e r s — J.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Savings
department

Combined

$614,060 82
28,001 00
1,437 80
52,102 16
12,591 99
308 52
165 44
490 67
$709,158 40
LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in________________________________________________________

___ - _____________

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account— . ___ ________ __________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)______________________
Dividends u n p a id ____________________________________

_________________________

00
00
99
62

____________ . . .

Demand certificates o f deposit_________, _______________________________________ _________________
Time certificates o f deposit_______ —__________ _________________________ ______________________
Certified checks_______________________ . . . ____ _____ ____ __________________________________ ____

613,987 79

12,000 00

$709,158 40

225




$50,000
17,500
15,425
294

R E P O R T O P S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O P B A N K S .

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

226

313.

SALINAS V ALLEY SAVINGS BANK— SALINAS.

Incorporated January 28, 1915.
H. Menke, President; J. K. Alexander, Vice-President; C. J. Whisman, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; E. W. Palmtag, Assistant Cashier; W. F. Menke, Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — J. H. Menke, J. K, Alexander, Charles L. Pioda, P. Tavernetti, Walter Wallace, Dr. S. B. Gordon, John Olsen, George J.
Fiese, John Berges.
O f f i c e r s — J.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

RESOURCES

Savings
department

Combined

$570,751 25
84,050
26,000
1,750
14,255
71,251

00
00
00
00
19

14,878 28

$782,935 72
LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in--------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------Surplus ________________________________________________________________ - —
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid____________________________
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account----------Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)
Deposits, due to banks___________________________________ . ______________ —
Dividends u n p a id __________________________________________ ________________
Individual deposits subject to check________________________________________
Savings d e p o sits___________. ____________________ ____________ _____________
Demand certificates o f deposit------ ------------------- -----------------------------------------Time certificates o f deposit--------------------------------------------------------------- ---------Certified checks___ _________________________________________________________
Cashier’s checks----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------State, county and municipal deposits_______________________ ___ ___________
Postal savings d ep osits...___ '.---------------- ---------------------------------------------------Other liabilities _______ _________________ ____________________________________
Totals.




$50,000
23,000
3,974
20,232

00
00
06
61

50 00
685,679 05

$782,935 72

..
..
..
..

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

317.

BANK OF F O R T U N A -F O R T U N A .

Incorporated March 2, 1905.
W. Haight, President; I. H. Van Duzer, Vice-President; Fred P. Newell, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; Gordon R.
Legg, Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — E. W. Haight, I. H. Van Duzer, Fred P. Newell, M. P. Hansen, Frank W. Luther, George H. Newell, G. W. Williams.

O f f i c e r s —-E:

Statement of June 23, 1915.

$77,011
7
7,500
1,065

Savings
department

Combined

65
27
04
00

$73,616 07

18,023 84

14,944 56

32,968 40

8,097 80

4,742 60

12,840 40

$113,392 75

$127,160 68

$240,553 43

$15,000 00
6,500 00
361 42

$10,000 00
9,000 00
1,842 80

$25,000 00
15,500 00
2,204 22

19,357 45
14,500 00

1,588 15

$150,627
7
26,956
15,565

72
27
49
00

1,588 15

LIABILITIES

Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)----------------------

1,500 00

1,500 00

30 00
84,104 21
102,513 24
1,372 50
1,250 00

30
84,104
102,513
1,372
1,250

00
21
24
50
00

4,524 62

2,000 00
554 64

6,524 62
554 64

$113,392 75

$127,160 68

$240,553 43

227-




------

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

BESOURCES

319.

to
to

MODESTO SAVINGS BANK— MODESTO.

Incorporated March 8, 1905.
R. Broughton, President; George A. Cressey, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer; W. T. Scoon, Cashier and Assist­
ant Secretary ; D, K. Young, Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — George A. Cressey, A. L. Cressey, J. R. Broughton, C. R. Tillson, J. J. McMahon, T. J. Wisecarver, L. W. Shearer.

oo

O f f i c e r s — J.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Savings
department

Combined

$668,504 38
15,818 00

24,194 96
11,836 67

$720,354 01
LIABILITIES

Other existing profits, collected, but not in' undivided profits account-—




—— ______

___

$100,000
40,000
11,891
20,195

__

00
00
31
44

535,047 20
,

13,220 06

$720,354 01

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

321.

ESCONDIDO SAVINGS BANK— ESCONDIDO.
Incorporated March 28, 1905.
Vice-President; E. E. Turrentine, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
Thomas, Alexander Stewart, J. H. Sampson, Arthur B. Jones, E. G. Logan.

O f f i c e r s —-A. W. Wohlford, President; G. V. Thomas,
D i r e c t o r s — A. W. Wohlford, E. E. Turrentine, G. V.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

O verdrafts_______ ___ -

____ ___ __________

_____ ______ ____ ___ _ _____

. _ __

...

.

Savings
department
$183,451 00

„ .

10,546 85
744 00
Due from reserve banks_

______________

__ . ____ ___

..

325 00
25,879 93

_. ____ — ____

15,672 90
24 03

I
LIABILITIES

$236,643 71

|
$25,000 00
15,000 00.
6,240 09

149,803 88
31,509 74
9,000 00

$236,643 71

229




__

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

323.

to
o

LOMPOC VALLEY BANK— LOMPOC.

CO

Incorporated April 1, 1905.
S. Edwards, President; George W . Harris, Vice-President; R. A. Lazier, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; C.
McCabe, Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — George S. Edwards, M. M. Gragg, George W . Harris, Charles Rudolph, R. A . Lazier.
O f f i c e r s — George

D.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
RESOURCES

Combined

29
11
00
00

22,154 94

1
1

15,960 36
321 27
450 00
$278,245 97
LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in____ _____________________ *____________________________
S urp lus--------- --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid____________________________
•
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account_______
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed).
Deposits, due to ban ks..____________________ _______________________________
Dividends u n p a id ___________________________________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check_____________________ __________________
Savings d e p o sits_____________________________________ '. . ___________________
Demand certificates o f deposit_________________ ____________________________
Time certificates o f deposit_______________ ____ _____________________________
Certified checks__ ._________________________________________ __________ _____
Cashier’s ch eck s_____ __________________________________________ ___________
State, county and municipal deposits____________________ __________________
Postal savings deposits________________________ ___________________— ........
Other liabilities____________________________________________________________

Totals.




$50,000 00 ....
16,665 00 ....
1,881 32 ....
35,000 00
38,160 46
98,610 04
22,419 00
165 40
15,435 76

$278,245 97

1
1

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

$216,001
1,058
18,100
4,200
Due from reserve banks

Savings
department

Commercial
department

324.

LOMPOC VALLEY SAVINGS BANK— LOMPOC.

Incorporated April 1, 1905.
S. Edwards, President; George W. Harris, Vice-President; R. A. Lazier, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; C. D.
McCabe, Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — George S. Edwards, M. M. Gragg, George W. Harris, Chas. Rudolph, R. A. Lazier.
O f f i c e r s — George

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Savings
department
$254,949 93
16,000 00
4,100 00
31,358 07
6,800 00

$313,208 00
LIABILITIES
$25,000 00
18,000 00
7,775 72

Dividend’s unpaid
Individual deposits subject to check— -

— ________

__________________________________________
262,432 28

Time certificates o f deposit____________________ ___

___________________________ _________________

Cashier’s ch eck s_____________________________ ...______________________ __________________________
State, county and municipal deposits___________________________________________________________ . . .
Postal savings deposits___________________________________________________________________________
Other liabilities
____________________ ____________ ____ ^______ ; __________________________ ;______
_
Totals

...




■
_

...

...

..... .

.........

$313,208 00

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

O f f i c e r s — E. L. Reese, President; A.
D i r e c t o r s — E. L. Reese, A. L. Reed,

SOLANO COUNTY SAVINGS BANK— SUISUN.
Incorporated April 3, 1905.
L. Reed, Vice-President and Treasurer; E. D . Holly, Secretary and Cashier.
E. E. Long, F. A. Chadbourne, James McNulty, B. N. Sheldon, Joseph L. Neitzel.
Statement of June 23, 1915.
resources

Commercial
department

Sayings
department

' Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.




232

325.

$170,150 41
0,782 50

13,990 92
5,100 22

$199,033 05
LIABILITIES
$25,000 00
6,500 00
4,280 23

16 50
163,9?6 32
1

$199,033 05

17—19462

326.

SURPRISE VALLEY BANK— CEDARVILLE.
Incorporated April 18, 1905.

O fficers — F. E. Bush, President and Treasurer; Geo. C. Turner, V ice-President: Miss K. M. Lester, Secretary and Cashier.
D irectors — H. L. Merryfield, Miss K. M. Lester, John Fritz, George C. Turner, G. F. Hill, C. E. Merryfield, B. F. Lynip, C. A. Estes,

F. E. Bush.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Overdrafts

.....

$121,864 15
627 24
10,375 00
425 00

Exchanges fo r clearing house
Checks and other cash items
Other resources ...

_
...

_

.

29,504 17
15,610 27
10,817 10
293 43
387 10
189,903 46

LIABILITIES
$25,000 00
17,000 00
1,454 52
1,629 05

115,726 37

Savings
department

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

340 00
24,922 63
60 00
3,770 89




....

.....................

$189,903 46

233

Totals

O
D

234

327.

FARMERS AND MERCHANTS’ SAVINGS BANK— LOMPOC.

Incorporated May 4, 1905.
— James Sloan, President; R. E. Sudden, Vice-President; W. C. Bissinger, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; L. Kahn,
Assistant Cashier.
i r e c t o r s — James Sloan, L. H. Sudden, R. C. Sudden, W. C. Bissinger, R. E. Sudden.

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Savings
department

Combined

$277,430 00
41,000 00

Due from other banks________________ ___ — ________________ ________ —

-

-

____ -

___ _____ -

4,814
6,242
8,612
6,000

52
50
70
00

Checks and other cash items___ _ — _________ ______________ ________ _________ _________
Other resources______________ ______ __________________________________
________________________
$344,099 72
LIABILITIES

$25,000
20,000
10,050
7,440

Surplus .
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)____ — __
Deposits, due to banks._______________ _________
__ _____ 1. _ _____ ______ . . .

-

.

__ __
__

Savings deposits __________________________ ___________ ________ _____ .__________ __________
Demand certificates o f deposit
_
Time certificates o f deposit.
'
_
Certified ch e c k s_____ _______________
.
_____________ _____
___ _
______________ _______
Cashier’s ch eck s_______ __________________
__________ __________ _ _ ______
_____________
State, county and municipal deposits______ . __________. _ . . . ______________
____
. _____
Postal savings deposits._____ _______ __ ! ____ _________ ___
_
_ ____________ __ ________ ____
Other liabilities_____ . . . ______
___________
_
. . .
___________ . . . . . . ______________ __
Totals_________




_____________________ ________________ ___________

00
00
35
14

___ _______________ _______

281,609 23'

$344,099 72

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

328.

BANK OP HALFMOON BAY— HALPMOON BAY.
Incorporated May 6, 1905.

Officers — Joseph M. Francis, President; Horace Nelson, Vice-President; M. J. Bettencourt, Secretary and Cashier; J. C. 'William­

son, Treasurer.

D irectors — M. Girard, Horace Nelson, Joseph M. Francis, Joseph Fernandez, Jr., John Souza, J. C. Williamson, Teresa Debeneditti,

C. W. Borden, M. J. Bettencourt.

RESOURCES

Commercial
department

Savings
department

Combined

12,155 54
3,382 03

$165,799 67
360 46
12,288 16
3,382 03

1,788 29
6,471 31

1,788 29
11,872 50

3,301 96
528 45
1,810 14

3,083 45

6,385 41
528 45
1,810 ]4

$59,950 21

$144,264 90

$204,215 11

$12,500 00
1,630 00
3,367 86

$12,500 00
2,500 00
6,421 05

$25,000 00
4,130 00
9,788 91

$48,415 39
360 46
132 62

5,401 19

$117,384 28

LIABILITIES

41,285 35
1,050 00

111,993 85
50 00

117 00

41,285 35
111,993 85
1,050 00
50 00
117 00

10,800 00

$59,950 21

10,800 00

$144,264 90

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

$204,215 11

235




Statement of June 23, 1915.

236

329.

AMERICAN SAVINGS BANK OF ANAHEIM— ANAHEIM.

Incorporated May 8, 1905.
Shanley, President; C. E. Holcomb, Vice-President and Assistant Secretary; Samuel Kraemer, Vice-President;
E. J. Hartung, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; John Hartung, Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — Frank Shanley, C. E. Holcomb, S. Kraemer, A. S. Bradford, E. J. Hartung.
O f f i c e r s —Frank

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

R ESO U RCES

Savings
department

900 00
18,239 24
8,168 61
624 61
$181,369 96
L IA B IL IT IE S

Capital stock paid in__ _______ _ ______________________________
_

__-------

_

—

_____

____

Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id ...- ___________ _ ___________ ______
________
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account_________ ________________ _
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)
.1._
. __ _____ _
Deposits, due to banks_____________ ________________________________ ___
_ _____ _____ ______
Individual deposits subject to cheek__ — ___

_ -

____

__ _____ -

_ _

$25,0o0 00
4,354 00
5,709 32

__________
145,306 64

Time certificates o f deposit___

____ ____

Cashier’s checks____________ ____ _
State, county and municipal deposits__

Totals___

____ __________




___

___

_____

______

___

________________

1,000 00

_ _______________________________ __ _______________
________ __
— ____ ____
— _ — ____
___ _

_______ ___ ____________ -

____________________ _________ ___

$181,369 96

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

$153,437 50

Combined

330.

BANK OF COALINGA— GOALINGA.

Incorporated May 12, 1905.
— A. P. May, President; A. T. Borst, Vice-President; J. Zwang, Vice-President; J. A. Fluetsch, Secretary, Treasurer and
Cashier ; B. L. Wyllie, Assistant Cashier.
.
D i r e c t o r s — A. P. May, G. A. Scott, R. J. King, Jacob Zwang, A. Breyenhagen, A. T. Borst, W. A. Greer.

O

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Savings
department

Combined

$134,018 54

$159,671 34

10,408 03
B ant premises, furniture and fixtures 5,447 00

10,408 03
5,447 00

17,810 81

5,753 49
23,006 56

23,564 30
23,006 56

980 77

11,582 08

12,562 85

$25,652 80

Overdrafts

■

Exchanges fo r clearing house
Other resources

..

.
_ ______

378 86
__

_ _ __

..

___

____ ____ _ .

1,320 00

1,698 86

$191,535 70

$236,358 94

$22,500 00
2,000 00
3,107 13

$25,000 00
18,000 00
4,370 37

158,869 21

158,869 21

5,059 36

______

$44,823 24

$2,500 00
16,000 00
1,263 24

Totals____ _____________________ ___

5,059 36

$191,535 70

$236,358 94

LIABILITIES

Deposits, due to hanlrs ...
Dividends unpaid
Savings deposits
_____________ __
Demand certificates o f deposit

60 00

60 00
__________

___

____ ______

— __________

R E P O R T O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N K S .

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

__ __ —

Cashier’s cheeks
25,000 00




$44,823 24

25,000 00

237

Totals

331.

SECURITY SAVINGS BANK OP STANISLAUS COUNTY— MODESTO.

•to

Incorporated May 15, 1905.
O f f i c e r s —W. A . Harter, President and Treasurer; I. W. Updike, Vice-President; C. J. Cressey, Secretary and Cashier; C. W. Sikes,
Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — I. W. Updike, W. A. Harter, J. K. Corson, Fred Bartch, C. M. Maze, A. B. Shoemake, J. M. Finley.

QO

Statement of June 23, 1915.
RESOURCES

Savings
department

Combined

$190,911 23

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures___________________________ _______________________

2,620 00
2,250 00

Exchanges for clearing house_________________ ____________ - _____ __________________
Checks and other cash items________ ____ __________________________________________ ____

13,044 84

$208,826 07
LIABILITIES

Bills payab)ew
(including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)___________________




$25,500
21,000
6,153
85

00
00
13
05

152,542 34
3,545 55

$208,826 07

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

332.

BANK OF GLENDALE— GLENDALE.

Incorporated May 19, 1905.
— F. H. Vesper, President; C. M. Walton, Vice-President; Herman Nelson, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; M. G . Smith,
• Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary.
D i r e c t o r s — F. H. Vesper, J. F. McIntyre, C. M. Walton, Frank Campbell, Thomas F. Cooke, Herman Nelson, A. W. Beach.
O

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts_____________ ___________ ________________________ ____________ :........................ .
Overdrafts
Bonds, warrants, and other securities— -_________________________________________________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
Dne from reserve hanks

._

.

Actual cash on hand__________________________________________________________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house
Checks and other cash items

...

$132,389
158
6,746
14,791

40
80
C6
10

518
19,923
3,000
14,575
1,492
148

57
52
00
50
93
28

$193,744 16

T ota ls....................... .
LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in
..........
Surplus ___________________________ ________________________________ _________________ ;____ . . .
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid ..
.
.
.
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account____________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)__________________ —
Deposits, due to banks_______________ ____________________________________________________________
Dividends u n pa id ______ . . . _______
______________________ _____________________________________
Individual deposits snhjec.t. to check
.
...... .
Savings d e p o s its ____ ____ _____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____ .
Demand certificates o f deposit_________________________________________ _____________________
Time certificates o f deposit
Cashier’s checks

Savings
department

$25,000
5,000
9,149
1,827

00
00
80
58

$65,418 28
17,736 98

Combined
$197,807 68
158 80
24,483 04
14,791 10

1,800 00

518 57
28,889 30
3,000 00
16,375 50
1,492 93
148 28

$93,921 04

$287,665 20

$25,000 00

$50,000 00
5,000 00
9,487 85
1,827 58

8,965 78

338 05

135,109 32
30,427 77

135,109 32
30,427 77

..

Postal savings deposits,

.

9,058 80
157 50

28,575 22

37,634 02
157 50

8,441 16

...

9,400 00

17,841 16

. .




.

..

$193,744 16

180 00

$93,921 04

$287,665 20

239

180 00
Totals

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

240

333.

BANK OF SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO— SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO
Incorporated May 27, 1905.
and Assistant Cashier ; H. L. Haaker, Treasurer and Cashier.
S. Lombardi, T. L. Hickey, J. O. Snyder.

O f f i c e r s —W. H. Cofflnberry, President; D . W„ Ratto, Secretary
D i r e c t o r s — W. H. Cofflnberry, C. M. McFarland, W. L. Haaker,

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES

Combined

$205,926 86

3,016 49
23,213 89

6,067 69
37,675 67

9,932 17

6,416 96

16,349 13

45,745 04
10,371 26

366 57
3 00

$322,361
304
80,904
10,414

01
96
54
51

366 57
3 00

$179,756 58

$294,690 50

$474,447 08

$25,000 O
O
6,250 00
6,088 88

$25,000 00
6,250 00
5,221 80

$50,000 00
12,500 O
O
11,310 68

LIABILITIES

Bills payable~(including certificates o f dep osit representing m oney b orrow ed )________________________

118,198 57
4,990 15

237,313 55
905 15

31 25
1,249 31
17,948 42‘

Totals




'

..........

20,000 00

$179,756 58

$294,690 50

118,198
237,313
4,990
905
31
1,249
37,948

57
55
15
15
25
31
42

$474,447 08

R E P O R T OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T OP B A N K S .

15
86
50
25

3,051 20
14,461 78

B ank prem ises, furniture and fixtu res.—________________________________________________________________

$116,434
304
35,159
43

Savings
department

335.

‘ ‘ CROWN CITY TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK ’ ’— PASADENA.
Incorporated May 29, 1905.

O fficers — J. B. Coulston, President; C. A. Goodyear, Vice-President; E. J. Pyle, Vice-President; R . C. Davis, Secretary, Treasurer,

Cashier and Trust Officer; H. E. Allen, Assistant Cashier.

*

D irectors — T. D. Allin, J. B. Coulston, G. A. Gibbs, N. T. Nixon, H. G. Chaffee, J. M. McKibben, Henry Newby, E. J. Pyle,

Garfield R. Jones, Herman R. Hertel, Thomas Chisholm, L. W. Jutten, C. A. Goodyear, G. L. Stimson, W. E. Nichols.
Statement of June 23, 1915.
Trust

RESOURCES.

Commercial

Court trusts

$55,361 84

$412,277 21

5,815 98
50,000 00

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid in _
............... _
Surplus
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid

26,245 20
8,685 78
742 64
3 50

4,234
43,436
22,508
5,886

56
47
55
97

___________ ______________________




123,024 38
113,000 00
4,234 56
69,825 67
31,194 33
6,629 61
3 50
40 50

144 00

40 50
2,600 00 Private trusts
not under
supervision o f
StateBanking
Department
^------- »
-------- '

2,600 00

$146,854 94

$668,552 16

$52,784 50

$50,000 00

$918,191 60

$50,000 06
13,000 00
176 65

$50,000 00

$50,000 00

$200,000 00
13,000 00
1,004 44
100 00

827 79

100 00

7,938 47
46 50
82,194 18
442,167 SI

7,938 47
46 50
82,194 18
442,167 31

112,908 20

112,908 20

50,300 00

5,848 00
50,300 00

5,848 00

Private trusts
not under
supervision of
StateBanking
2,684 50 Department
'-------- *
-------- '
$146,854 94

$668,562 16

$52,784 50

$50,000 00

2,684 50
$918,191 60

Changed name from Crown City Savings and Trust Company November 18, 1914.

241

N ote .— Added trust department August 8, 1914.

$567,639 05

$50,000 00
_

Notes" rediscounted........
*
Deposits due to hanks
Dividends unpaid
Individual deposits subject, to check
Savings deposits
Demand certificates o f deposit
Time certificates o f deposit
Certified checks _______________________________ _______________________ ____
Cashier’s checks________________ _____________ __________________________ . . .
State, county and municipal deposits
Postal savings deposits. ’ .
"
...
Other liabilities
Deposits o f money received from executors, administrators, guardians,
assignees, receivers or trustees
Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers
or trustees_______ _______________ __________ ____________________________
Trusts held as executor, administrator, guardian, assignee, receiver or
trustee, under order or decree o f any court
Totals________________________________

$50,000 00

117,208 40
63,000 00

Trusts invested under order o f court or? (Personal property
in accordance with provisions o f t.mstj ?Renl property
Totals___________________________ _________________________ _____

$50,000 00

Private trusts

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

....
Loans and discounts____________ ___________
O verdrafts__ _ ...... ............................................
Bonds, warrants and other securities...............
Bank Dremises. furniture and fixtures
Safe deposit vaults___________ ________ _
Other real estate owned _
Due from reserve banks
Actual cash on h a n d ....________________________________
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks and other cash items_______ _____________________ ____________ . .
Other resources______________________________
Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers
or trustees........................ ................................................... ...............

Combined

Savings

242

336.

SAVINGS BANK OF HUNTINGTON BEACH— HUNTINGTON BEACH.

Incorporated July 1, 1905.
— W. T. Newland, President; C. H. Howard, Vice-President; W. S. Thompson, Vice-President; R. E. Graves, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; H. B. Little, Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — W. T. Newland, C. H. Howard, R. E. Graves, W. S. Thomson, R. Courreges, M. J. Newlapd, D. O. Stewart.
O

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.

$73,397 66

Overdrafts
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
Rank premises, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
Due from other hanks
Actual cash on hand

____ _________

Savings
department

_________________________

Due from reserve banks
______
____ _____________ ...

3,434 95
4,002 05
1,379 47

Checks and other cash items
Other resources
Totals

.

_

.

$82,214 13
L IA B IL IT IE S

$25,000 00
1,600 00
1,599 05
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)______________________
Dividend’s unpaid

. . . . . . .
37,255 08
16,760 00

Cashier's checks




......

..

... ... - ...

$82,214 13

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

338.

BANK OP POINT ARENA— POINT ARENA.

Incorporated June 9, 1905.
— J. C. Halliday, President; C. F. O’Brien, Vice-President; Wm. Hanen, Secretary; A. Stornetta, Treasurer; P. W. Haggreen,
Cashier; J. H. Halliday, Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — J. C. Halliday, C. F. O’Brien, J. H. Halliday, W. Hanen, A. Stornetta, Mrs. E. Antrim, A. D. Pitts.
O

f f ic e r s

Statement of J une 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

Savings

department

Combined

$59,831 95
13,125 00
709 46

— -------------

29,255 39
4,050 84
8,993 97
Cheeks and other cash items_________ ____________________________________________________________
$115,966 61
L IA B IL IT IE S

nf|iAj- Pvisiin{r p rofits, collected, hut not in undivided profits account__________________________ certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)______________________

$25,000 00
1,867 99
446 93

■Rills p n y n h l e fi n e l n d i n g

.

575 00

1,777 20
$115,966 61

243




185 00
86,114 49

-

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

RE SO U R C E S

O
D

f f ic e r s

244

339.

“ BANK OF CENTERVILLE” — CENTERVILLE.

Incorporated June 13, 1905.
— John G. Mattos, Jr., President; Joseph Dias, Vice-President; F. T. Dusterberry, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
— John G. Mattos, Jr., Joseph Dias, F. T. Dusterberry, E . I . Demos, C. H. Hale, M. F. Silva, Emanuel George.

ir e c t o r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES

Savings
department

Combined

121,640 50
6,000 00
94,267 80
109 76
36,912 32

$691,638 48
----------------Oiapitnl stnp.lt paid In

. . .

LIABILITIES
.

.

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account___ ________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)._____________________

Savings deposits
........
Demand certificates o f deposit
Time certificates o f deposit...
Certified checlrs
* -

162,969 59
. . .

State, county and municipal deposits
Other liabilities
Totals




$75,000 00
17,000 00
4,456 97

2,775 00
389,512 51

-..

4,248 24
35,000 00
676 17
$691,638 48

,

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

$432,708 10

340.

SELMA SAVINGS B A N K -SE L M A .

I n c o r p o r a t e d June 22, 1905.
M . V in c e n t , P r e s i d e n t ; L. D . S co tt, V ic e - P r e s id e n t ; W . C . F r e e la n d , S e c r e t a r y , T r e a s u r e r a n d C a s h i e r ; G. W . G lin e s,
A s s is t a n t C a s h ie r ; W . H . L e m m o n , A s s is t a n t C a sh ie r.
D i r e c t o r s — M . V in c e n t , L . D . S co tt, M . S id es, W . C. F r e e la n d , O. J. W o o d w a r d .
O

f f ic e r s —

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

Savings
department
$184,337 00
11,325 00

Safe deposit vaults

.

_
18,698 66
6,310 96

$220,671 62
L IA B IL IT IE S

Capital stock paid in----- -------------------- --------------------------- -------- ---------Surplus ___________________________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid_________________________
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account______
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed).
Deposits, due to banks____ ;_________________________________________
Dividends unpaid.................. ........................... ........ ......................................
Individual deposits subject to check___________________________________
Savings deposits________ ._________ _____ ___________. _____ __________
Demand certificates of deposit...................... ............ ......................................
Time certificates of deposit___________________________________________
Certified checks______________ _____ ____ ___ —
_____ ___ ___. ___ _____
Cashier’s checks_________ ______ _________ _______ _____ ______ _____
State, county and municipal deposits........................ ................................ —
Postal savings deposits....________________ T
________ ___ _____________ _
Other liabilities_____________________________________________________




154,579 44

6 ,0 00 00

$220,671 62

245

Totals..

$25,000 00
25,000 00
10,092 18

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

RESOURCES

341.

K)

THE CALIFORNIA SAVINGS BANK— PETALUMA.

C5

Incorporated June 23, 1905.
J. Bloom, President; W. P. Farrell, Vice-President; J. H. Gwinn, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; Charles McNally,
Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — A. J. Bloom, W. F. Farrell, H. Schluckehier, J. H. Gwinn, H. S. Gossage, J. F. Burns, C. C. Boysen, B. B. Hinshaw,
James Sorensen.
O f f i c e r s — A.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
RESOURCES

Totals

....

.............

Capital stock paid i n .................

Savings
department
$1,049,254 87
175,067 19
500 00
161,018 30
28,133 28
342 57
—
$1,414,346 21

LIABILITIES

Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid

$100,000 00
30,000 00
33,441 66

1,199,934 55

Cashier’s checks




Combined

51,000 00

$1,414,346 21

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Loans and discounts___ — _____ ____________________ ______ ______ ___ __________________
O verdrafts_______________________________ _____
. . . .
_
_____ _____
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
Safe deposit vaults__ _______________________________________
. . ___
. . ______________
Other real estate owned____________________ ___ __________________ _
____ ____ _____ __ _
Due from reserve hanks
Due from other hanks
Actual cash on hand .
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks and other cash items
Other resources
_

Commercial
department

342.
O
D

f f ic e r s

VENICE SAVINGS BANK— VENICE.

Incorporated July 1, 1905.
— A. McNally, President; R . A. Phillips, Vice-President; J. W. Lawrence, Jr., Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
—A. McNally, R . A. Phillips, R . A. Dallugge, J. W. Lawrence, Jr., Ward McFadden.

ir e c t o r s

Statement of June 23. 1915.
Commercial
department

Savings
department
$64,930 33
18,660 71
9l8 00
4,963 27
3,367 37
33 73
3,000 00
$95,873 41

L IA B IL IT IE S

Other existing prnfltR, collected, but not~in undivided profits account____________________________
Tuiis payfthle'Vlnofiidine' certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)______________________

;
42,900 83
13,542 40
12,200 00

256 58

$95,873 41

247




$25,000 00
800 00
1,173 60

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

R ESO U RCES

O
D

248

343.

BANK OF A LEVY (IN CORPORATED)— OXNARD.

Incorporated July 20, 1905.
— A. Levy, President; James Leonard, Vice-President; Joseph P. Levy, Secretary; Alpha Adams, Treasurer and Cashier;
Albert Guedemann, Assistant Cashier.
i r e c t o r s — A. Levy, James Leonard, Henry Levy, Alpha Adams,
A. Camarillo, Louis Maulhardt, Justin Petit, Casper Borchard,
Thomas Bell.

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.

I

resources

$905,027
2,475
50,312
8,090
5,000
1,407
108,302

Ronds, warrants, and other securities
Ranlr premises, furniture and fixtures

Due from other banks__ ___________
Actual cash on hand
.........
Exchanges for clearing house
Cheeks and other cash items
Other resources . . . . . .

_________ __________________________

$275,779 00

..

LIABILITIES
...
.........

$1,180,806
2,475
50,312
8,090
5,000
1,407
108,302

63
11
50
79
00
45
04

_____

_________ _______ ____

10,317 77

$1,124,868 5
7|

51,061 10
646 34
2,863 38

$286,096 77

$1,410,965 34

j
. . . .
.........

Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)___ _
- __ _____ __
Deposits, due to hanks...............
Dividends u n pa id ______________ ___________ ______________________________________________ _____




Combined

646 34i
2,863 38|

TTndivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid

Certified cheeks

63:
11
50‘
79
00
45
04

40,743 331

Totals____ _____________________________________.________________________

Capital stock paid in

____ __________

Savings
department

$180,000 00|
120,000 00 '
102,795 72i
31,115 52|

$20,000
5,000
25,450
4,099

00

00
37
63

160 00
583,144 84
15,434
51,216
214
604
40,183

00

7 231,546 77

86

00
30
33

$1,124,868 57

$286,096 77

$200,000 00
125,000 00
128,246 09
35,215 15
160 00
583,144 84
231,546 77
15,434 00
51,216 86
214 00
604 30
40,183 33

$1,410,965 34

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

344.
O
D

REDONDO SAVINGS BANK— REDONDO BEACH.

Incorporated July 22, 1905.
— N. Bonflllo, President; L. F. Wells, Vice-President; G. H. Anderson, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; C. E. Perkins,
Assistant Secretary and Assistant Cashier.
i r e c t o r s — N . Bonfllio, L . F. Wells, J. B. Mullen, R . D . Smith, Marco H. Heilman, Irving H. Heilman, George S. Funk.

f f ic e r s

RESOURCES

Commercial
department

Savings
department
$100,240 00
11,000 00
1,200 00

4,634 07
;

3,370 55
956 39
$121,401 01

L IA B IL IT IE S

$25,000 00
5,000 00
1,977 13
72 30

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

79,851 58
500 00
9,000 00

$121,401 01

249




Statement of June 23, 1915.

346 AND 346A.

BANK OF LOS BANOS— LOS BANOS.

§>

I n c o r p o r a te d A u g u s t 3, 1905.
O
D

f f ic e r s —

©

J. L e r o y N ic k e l, P r e s i d e n t ; J. F . C ly n e , V ic e - P r e s id e n t ; A . C . S m ith , S e c r e t a r y , T r e a s u r e r a n d C a sh ie r.
S. A . S m ith , J. L e r o y N ic k e l, J. P . C ly n e , J. E . P la ce , A n g e lo I a c o p i, A . R . O lsen , A . C. S m ith .

ir e c t o r s —

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES

__

$183,590
24
45,098
2,328

39
85
37
30

$324,705 92

87,789 44

28,297 14

116,086 58

23,136 02

11,372 45

34,508 47

452 88
273 20

Totals________________ __________

$364,375 51

$707,074 96

$75,000 00
18,750 00
3,543 17

$25,000 00
6,250 00
9,347 46

$100,000 00
25,000 00
12,890 63

168,367 58
1,704 80
33,267 55
114 35

323,778 05

.—

_

T h e a b o v e s ta t e m e n t in c lu d e s th e b u s in e ss o f th e D o s P a l o s b r a n c h office.




$342,699 45

168,367
• 323,778
1,704
33,267
114

58
05
80
55
35

37,144 55
4,807 45

4,807 45

ote

31
85
37
30

452 88
273 20

37,144 55

Postal savings deposits.,.' .....

N

$508,302
24
45,098
2,328

$342,699 45

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid In
. ... .
.
Surplus
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid.
. .
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account
........
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)
Deposits, due to banks
....
Dividends unpaid
.........
Individual deposits subject, to check
Savings deposits
Demand certificates o f deposit
Time certificates of deposit .
-,
Certified checks
Cashier’ s checks

Totals

Combined

$364,375 51

$707,074 96

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Loans and discounts...................... ................. ..
..
Overdrafts ________________________
. . .
Bonds, warrants, and other securities_______
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_______________
Safe deposit vaults____________________________
Other real estate owned________________
Due from reserve banks_______________
Due from other banks___________________
Actual cash on hand______________________
Exchanges for clearing house_________________
Checks and other cash items______________________
Other resources______________ , ____ _
_

Savings
department

347.
O
D

BUTTE COUNTY SAVINGS BANK— CHICO.

Incorporated August 14, 1905.
— J. R. Robinson, President; B. Cussick, Vice-President; E . T. Williamson, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; L. S. Williams,
Assistant Cashier.
•
i r e c t o r s — J. R. Robinson, E. T. Williamson, Ed Harkness, B. Cussick, T. H. Barnard, Wm. J. O’Connor, J. W. Konning.

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Savings
department
$687,963 69
175,395 76
2,700 00
Due from reserve banks

’ ...

...

......

5,754 22
17,610 64
25,075 84

Checks "and other cash items .....




.................

......

........

209 75
27 87
$914,737 77

LIABILITIES
$100,000 00
12,000 00

23,880 11

726,835 16

50,045 84
1,935 66
41 00
$914,737 77

Combined

R E P O R T OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N K S .

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

252

348.

MENDOCINO BANK OF COMMERCE— MENDOCINO.

Incorporated September 1, 1905.
Grindle, President; John S. Ross, Vice-President; Fred W. Stickney, Secretary and Treasurer; J. N. Rea, Cashier;
H. A. Atwood, Assistant Cashier.
i r e c t o r s — Joshua Grindle, John S. Ross, C. J. Wood, Fred W. Stickney, W. B . Coombs.

O f f i c e r s — Joshua
D

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Totals...

_

_

.......

.




$122,315
139
38,125
11,850

.......

86

96
O
O
00

21,290 52
533 22
8,125 70
205 12
2,695 25
.

*

Combined

.

$205,280 63

LIABILITIES
$25,000
10,250
2,506
4,862

00
00
55
30

136,508 63
5,594 29
100 00

8 50
12,500 00
7,950 36

$205,280 63

•

R E P O R T O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N K S .

Bonds, warrants, and other securities
........
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
Safe deposit vaults
Other real estate owned
Due from reserve banks
Dne from other hanks
_ .
.
Actual cash on hand. .
_
.
..
Exchanges fo r clearing house
flhecks and other cash items
Otherresourc.es

Savings
department

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

349.

LIVERMORE SAVINGS BANK— LIVERMORE,
Incorporated September 2, 1905.

Off icers — L. M. McDonald, President; Charles E. Beck* Vice-President; H. R. Parshall, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; E. Fuchs,

Assistant Secretary and Assistant Cashier.
D irectors — L. M. McDonald, C. E. Beck, F. Mathiesen, M. G. Callaghan, Carl Holm, T. E. Knox, F. C. Lassen, D. J. Murphy,
E. Pronzini, G. A, Therkof, John J. Callaghan.

RESOURCES

Commercial
department

Savings
department
$249,460 35
37,735 00
250 00
4,870 00
25,059 71
5,641 93
50 00
$323,066 99

LIABILITIES
$25,000 00
5,500 00
3,202 18

279,014 81
,

10,350 00

$323,066 99

Combined

R E P O R T O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T OF B A N K S .




Statement of June 23, 1915.

O
D

254

350.

FARM ERS AND MERCHANTS* STATE BANK— MOUNTAIN VIEW .

Incorporated September 16, 1905.
George Swall, President; J . C. Mockbee, Vice-President; Wilbur L . Camp, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; O . W. Whaley,
.Assistant Cashier.
i r e c t o r s -—J. S.. Mockbee, George Swall, George Jagels, Wilbur L. Camp, James A. Huff, O. W. Butz, H. A. Rengstorff, M. Farrell,
A. M. Crittenden.

f f ic e r s —

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Savings
department

$345,756 82
Ronds, warrants, and other securities
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
Safe deposit'vaults— — ____________—_ __________________________________ ____________„_________
Other real estate ow n e d ...................
. ...
..................
... ...
Due from reserve hanks
.... .....
.
.

Cheeks and other Cash items
Totals

.

.

. .
._

$50,000 00
25,000 00
5,927 46
.. .

..

_

____________

Dividends unpaid_________________________________________________________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check________________ ________________ _______ _______________________
Savings deposits

Certified checks
.........
Cashier’s ch eck s............




$514,232 69

LIABILITIES

Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)___ _

Deposits, diifi to hanks.

42
78
00
00
72
61
65

317 34
379 35

:

,
Capital stock paid in

49,413
17,449
1,457
1,493
60,436
5,994
31,534

........
.

.

_

.. _

.....

351,680 87
1,973 20
53,671 25

—
25,000 00
979 91
$514,232 69

Combined
R E P O R T O P S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N K S .

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

351.

BANK OF NEEDLES— NEEDLES.
Incorporated July 31, 1907.

Officers — George E. Butler, President; William R. Hervey, Vice-President; J. H. Butler, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
D irectors — George E. Butler, William R. Hervey, O. D. Collins, R. H. Tuttle, J. H. Butler.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

$78,164
675
36,100
29,000

Savings
department
68
66

00
00

54,605 51
1,784 24
20,810 80
1,462 25
126 81
$222,729 95
LIABILITIES

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account________
Rills navahla'l’inelndirie' certificates o f denosit representing monev borrowed!

138,681 76
6,134 22
20,973 77
13 20
12,500 00
6,834 90
$222,729 95

255




_________________ .
■ _

$25,000 00
6,250 00
6,342 10

Combined

R E P O R T OF S U P E R IN T E N D E N T OF B A N K S .

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

256

352.

“ LIVERMORE VALLEY SAVINGS BANK” — LIVERMORE.

I n c o r p o r a te d O c to b e r 6, 1905.
C. H . W e n t e , P r e s i d e n t ; J. O. M c K o w n , V ic e - P r e s id e n t ; H . S. G o o d e ll, S e c r e t a r y , T r e a s u r e r a n d C a s h i e r ; C. F . W e n t e ,
A s s is t a n t C a s h ie r a n d A s s is t a n t S e cre ta ry .
D i r e c t o r s — C. H . W e n t e , T . W . N o r r is , H . S. G o o d e ll, J. F . C a rlsto a , C. F . W e n t e , P a t r ic k C o n n o lly , A u g u s t H a g e m a n n , J. O. M c K o w n ,
C h a r le s M . N is s e n , D . D . E m m in g e r , J o s e p h S. C on ca n n o n .

O

f f ic e r s —

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts
Overdrafts
Bonds, warrants, and other securities,,

Savings
department
$359,707 32

___

Safa deposit vaults
...
Other real estate owned
Due from reserve hanks
Due from other hanks
..........
Actual cash on hand ..
Exchanges for clearing house.
Cihacks and other cash items..,
Other resources

57,350 00
. . . . . . . . . . .
............

1,000 00

18,305 87
16,446 22
7,800 00

$460,609 41
LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in___________________ __________ __________________
Surplus ____________ _______________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid... ............... ...........................
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account_______
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)..
Deposits, due to banks____________________________________________ —
Dividends unpaid __________________________________ _____ ________ ___
Individual deposits subject to check----------...................................... ............
Savings deposits_____________________________ _______ ______________
Demand certificates of deposit______________ ______________ ____ _______
Time certificates of deposit________ _______________ _________ __________
Certified checks___________________________ _______________________
Cashier’s checks____________________________________________________
State, county and municipal deposits______________________ ____________
Postal savings deposits_______________________________________________
Other liabilities______________—
'__________________________ ____________
Totals_________________________ : _____________ _________________
_




$50,000 00
14,000 00
9,264 42

376,044 99

11,300 00

$460,609 41

Combined

R E P O R T O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N K S .

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

18—19462

353.
O f f i c e r s — G. W.
D i r e c t o r s — C. C.

FILLMORE STATE BANK— FILLMORE.

Incorporated October 13, 1905.
Tighe, President; John Lagomarsino, Vice-President; Fergus L. Fairbanks, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
Elkins, G. W. Tighe, J. P. Trotter, John Lagomarsino, Everett A. Pyle, Columbus A. Harmonson, William Shiells.
Statement of June 23,1915.

Rands, warrants, and other securities ...........
Rank premises, furniture and fixtures
... .

.............

Safe deposit vaults______________________ ____
Other real estate owned

E-jrehanges fo r clearing house..

........._ . .

__________________—
________ .__________
_
.

__ ......

$221,179
501
26,200
18,560

Savings
department
62
S
O
00

00

31,103 80
191 53
12,132 28

.

1,049 28
$310,917 81
LIABILITIES
$70,000 00
1,700 00
2,683 83
Deposits, due to banks...
Dividends unpaid
..

*

_
.
'.
................

.....

..........

60,000 00

........ .....
130,596 48
16
21,012
177
1,722
23,008

00

84
14
62
90

$310,917 81

257




..
~
.................

Combined

R E P O R T O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T OF B A N K S .

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

355.
O
D

“ BANK OF MORGAN H IL L ’ ’— MORGAN HILL.

Incorporated October 14, 1905.
— J. A. Case, President; George R. Lynch, Vice-President; Claude Stark, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; Irwin E. Payne,
Assistant Cashier.
i r e c t o r s — J. A. Case, George R. Lynch, S. D. Balch, I. Purcell, Claude Stark.

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.

■Rank premises, furniture and fixtures

$105,290
85
23,500
14,000

..........

Sayings
department
46
52
00
00

Other real estate owned___ .___________________________________________________________________ ____
11,905 96
1,450 73
7,503 37
Other resources

....

.

.

121 95
69 00
$163,926 99

LIABILITIES

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account- _________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)_________________ ___

$37,300 00
2,400 00
2,465 40

62,703 01

Clertifled cheeks

•"




.

.

2,005 07
45,833 34
11,220 17

$163,926 99

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

356 AND 356A.

BANK OP PINOLE— PINOLE.

Incorporated October 28, 1905.
O f f i c e r s — E. M. Downer, President; J. P. Connors, Vice-President; L. E. Hart, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; T. W. Hutchinson,
Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — E . M. Downer, L. P. Tormey, L. E. Hart, S. R. Birmingham, W. K. Cole, J. P. Connors, W. A. Davis, S. S. Mackinley,
J. A. Fraser.
Statement of June 23, 1915.

$165,647
1,214
75,218
2,882

Savings
department
18
36
10
84

$239,007 92
46,725 00
6,465 88

Combined
$404,655
1,214
121,943
9,348

10
36
10
72

2,500 00;
39,964 11i

33,986 89

2,500 00
73,951 00

17,843 14;

9,137 01

26,980 15
2,131 38

2,131 38
$307,401 11

$335,322 70

$642,723 81

$43,336 39

$6,663 61
24,400 00
6,025 47

$50,000 00
35,600 00
14,714 33

298,233 62

207,127 85
298,233 62
567 80

LIABILITIES
11,100 00
8,688 86

Bills payable~(including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)____________________ _

Saving’s deposits

'

....

........

......

..........

207,127 85
567 80
51
231
24,500
11,797

$307,401 11
ote

.— The

above statement includes the business of the Crockett branch office.




$335,322 70

00
75
00
46

$642,723 81
•

259

N

51
231
24,500
11,797

00
75
00
46

R E P O R T O P S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N K S .

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

‘ ‘ GERMAN AMERICAN BANK ’ — ANAHEIM.

Incorporated October 30, 1905.
Adolph Thomas, President; Joseph Helmsen, Vice-President; A. B. McCord, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; Earl E.
Smith; Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary.
D i r e c t o r s — Adolph Thomas, Joseph Helmsen, W. A. Bonynge, J. D. Lavin, J. B. Rea, Louis Denni, Chas. F. Grim, T. J. F. Boege,
A. B. McCord.

260

357.
O f f ic e r s —

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts_______________ __________
Banlr premises, furniture and fixtures
Safe deposit, vaults
..........
.
Due from reserve hanlrs
Actual cash on hand.




............. .

___________________________________________________

...

............... .
..

......

$119,527
55
4,244
36,886
2,400

Savings
department
07
95
70
00
00

19,587 27

16,000 00
5,300 00
516 34

. $218,842 07
55 95
4,244 70
52,886 00
2,400 00
5,300 00
20,103 61
17,974
715
161
1,368

33
70
50
58

01
70
60
58

5,393 32

$197,527 78

.............

12,581
715
161
1,368

$99,315 00

Combined

$126,524 66

$324,052 44

$35,000 00
4,900 00
6,808 58

$15,000 00
1,900 00

$50,000 0C
6,800 O
O
6,803 58

LIABILITIES

5,000 00

5,000 00

133,868 46
3,460 00

86,345 94
23,278 72

4,895 74
3,600 00

$197,527 78

133,868
86,345
3,460
23,278

46
94
00
72

4,895 74
3,600 O
O

$126,524 66

$324,052 44

R E P O R T O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N K S .

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

358.

BANK OF GUERNEVILLE—GUERNE VILLE,
Incorporated October 31, 1905.
H. L. Bagley, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
L. V. Korbel, H. L. Bagley, T. C. Mellersh.

O f f i c e r s — J. P. Overton, President; Wm. Carr, Vice-President;
D i r e c t o r s — J. P. Overton, Wm. Carr, A. P. Mosely, J. T. Coon,

Statement of June 23,1915.

Overdrafts ..
......
................................
.... _
Ronds, warrants, and other securities..,.
..
___
R ant premises, furniture and fixtures..,
_
Safe d'eposit vaults
.
.............. ......................
Other real estate owned________________ _______________ __________________________________________
..................
............. .....
.. ..
Due from reserve hanirs _ .
.
Tin* from other hanirs.,
.
.
..
.
.. ...
.............

$81,737
557
39,585
1,250

Savings
department
59
63
00
00

14,599 63
9,804 20

Oheelrs and other eash items
Other resourees .
...

...........

...
........

200 00

$147,734 05
LIABILITIES
$25,000 00
3,500 00
2,181 15
10,000 00

34,465 98
431 80
63,125 23
9,000 00
29 89
$147,734 05

261




.

Combined

R E P O R T OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O P B A N K S .

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

262

360.

THE MECHANICS BANK OP RICHMOND— RICHMOND.
Incorporated August 3, 1907.

Officers -—John H. Nicholl, President; J. F. Carlston, Vice-President; E. M. Downer, Vice-President; W .

Treasurer and Cashier; Chris Escobar, Assistant Cashier; George Lee, Assistant Cashier.

L. Ballenger, Secretary,

D irectors — B. H. Griffins, H. A. Johnson, J. F. Carlston, John H. Nicholl, E. M. Downer, J. F. Brooks, E. M. Tilden.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
RESOURCES

Savings
department

Combined
$282,020
150
69,129
2,950
1,550

62
67
77
00
C
O

$120,271 25
150 67
41,137 87
2,960 00
1,550 C
O

$161,758 37

66,674 87

31,317 63

97,992 50

6,430 73

25,629 32
1,042 76
653 88
248 52

$253,878 41

$227,498 63

$481,377 04

$25,000 00
5,300 C
O
1,798 17

$25,000 C
O
3,500 00
4,087 20

$50,000 00
8,800 00
5,885 37

19,198
1,042
653
248

50
76

27,901 90

88

52

LIABILITIES
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid .—

_______________________________________________

Bills payable~(including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)__ ____________________




2,000 00

2,000 00

205,504 75

10,200 00

205,504 75
182,526 43
70 00
2,185 00
421 50
7,235 47
16,500 00

$227,498 63

$481,377 04

182,526 43
70 00
421 50
7,235 47
6,300 C
O

2,185 00

248 52

248 52
$253,878 41

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

Commercial
department

361.

FARM ERS AND MERCHANTS’ BANK OF H A Y W A R D — H AYW ARD .
Incorporated November 21, 1905.

'

Officers — J. H. Strobridge, President; M. C. Petersen, Vice-President; John A. Park, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; Geo. H.
D irectors — J. H. Strobridge, M. C. Petersen, Jesse H. Woods, John E. Geary, John A. Park.

RESOURCES

Commercial
department

Savings
department
$503,108 00
34,500 00
44,950 00
4,645 00
8 ,C O 00
O
65,251 90
10,C O 00
O
13,102 54
43 00
$683,600 44

LIABILITIES
$50,000 00
14,000 00
15,747 58

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

578,730 01

12,500 00
12,622 85
$683,600 44

263




Statement of June 23,1915.

264

362.

BANK OF HUNTINGTON PARK—HUNTINGTON PARK.
Incorporated November 24, 1905.

O fficers — H. G. Candee, President; A. P. Keables, Vice-President; W . H. Candee, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; F. D. Clark,

Assistant Cashier.

D irectors — F. M. Douglass, A. F. Keables, W. T. Graham, F. B. Dublo, H. G. Candee.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Savings
department

$69,547 92
217 72
15.235 40
14,484 66
437 50
800 00
23.235 39
10,453 43
Clhflnlrfj and nt.har cash Items. ,

.......................

__

$33,486 25

1,800 65

2,000 00

1,000 C
O
200 00

131 34
8,932 64

Combined
$103,034
217
17.235
15,484
637
800
23.235

17
72
40
65
50
00

39

12,254 08
131 34
8,932 64

$143,475 90

$38,486 90

$181,962 89

$15,000 00
1,3C0 00
400 69

$10,000 00
313 05

$25,000 00
1,300 00
803 74

15,537 33

109,899 24
15,537 33

LIABILITIES

100,809 24
6,393 10
68 15
1,434 67
8,808 40

12,636 52

19,029 62
68 15
1,434 67
8,808 40

$38,486 90

$181,962 89

81 74

S 74
3.
$143,475 99
N ote .— Added savings department August 29, 1914.




REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

19—19462

363.

“ SANTA PAULA SAVINGS BANK” —SANTA PAULA.
Incorporated November 28, 1905.

Officers — C. C. Teague, President; D. W . Mott, Vice-President; A. L. Shively, Secretary and Cashier; B. C. Hedrick, Treasurer;

A. H. Stovall, Assistant Cashier.
D irectors — C. C. Teague, D. W. Mott, N. W. Blanchard, Jr., P. E. Davis, A. C. Hardison, L. B. Hogue, A. C. McKevet.
Statement of June 23, 1915.
Savings
department

Loans and discounts___ __________________________________________ __ ____________ ___
Overdrafts______________________________________ ____________ ___ _______________
Bonds, warrants, and other securities_____________________________ ____________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_ ____ ; __________________________ ______—______
_
_
Safe deposit vaults______ i ______________ . . _________________________________________
Other real estate owned. . . . ___________ ____________________________________ ^_____ ___
Due from reserve banks_______________________________________________________________
Due from other banks______________ __________________ —________________________ _
Actual cash on hand____________________ _____________________________________________
Exchanges for clearing house_______ ____________________________________________ ___
Checks and other cash items___ __________ — ________________ _________________ ^____
Other resources__________ ___________________________________________________________

$145,795 00

■

16,851 16
2,349 00

Totals______________________ ________ ___________________________________________

$164,995 16

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in

. .

_
_

_

........

$25,000 00

Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid___________________ _______________________
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account_____________________ . . . .
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)______________ ____
Deposits, due to hanks .
.
_.

Demand certificates o f deposit -

.................

Cashier’s checks ...

.......................... ........

............................. ..

27,217 14
4,577 36

108,200 66

... ..
.........

'

$164,995 16

265




..

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

266

364.

BANK OF SAN PEDRO—SAN PEDRO.
Incorporated March-26, 1888.

O fficers — Henry E. Sherer, President; Geo. P. Adams, Vice-President; Robt. C. Baly, Secretary and Assistant Cashier; Henry Baly,

Treasurer, Cashier and Assistant Secretary.

D irectors — Henry E. Sherer, Henry Baly, Geo. P. Adams, E. D. Seward, John Gray, Wm. Davis, C. N. Krog.

Statement of June 23, 1315.

. ...

Other real estate owned

.

$222,396 89
24,604 55
42,866 50

....................... .
.

1,210 85
41,877 57
25,399
1,216
235
102

Totals

..........................




,

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

O verdrafts_________ •
__________________________________________________________ _____ ____ _____ ___
Rank premises, furniture and flvtures

Savinge
department

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

...

...

...

02
39
C
O
23

$359,909 00

LIABILITIES
$50,000 00
13,500 00
2,985 34

212,498 93 ;
56,563 09
156 C
O
2,215 64
22,000 00

$359,909 00

-»

365.

“ THE HOME SAVINGS BANK OF SANTA AN A’ ’—SANTA ANA.
Incorporated December 1,- 1905.

Off ic e r s —W. A. Huff, President; Chas. A. Riggs, Vice-President; J. A. Turner, Secretary, Treasurer and Gashier; E. P. Stafford,
D irectors — W. A. Huff, F. W. Mansur, J. A. Turner, Chas. A. Riggs, J. D. Parsons, Sherman Stevens.

Statement of June 23,1915.
Commercial
department

Savings
department

Combined

$239,849 52
34,500 00
2,150 00 ............ ...... ---.-T
5,550 00
12,500 C
O
10,264 21

$304,813 73 ------- ------------ ---LIABILITIES
$50,000 00
2,000 00

21,686 24
, _ .’ •

'
231,127 49

Postal savings deposits_I _ _____ ___ _— ___________ i _______________ :_ ____
_
_




— -r “

--- 7
$304,813 73

... .

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

RESOURCES

366.

to

“ BANK OF SUNNYVALE’ ’—SUNNYVALE.

Oi

Incorporated December 8, 1905.
O fficers — C. C. Spalding, President; C. A. Austin, Vice-President; F. B. Hughes, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; H. R.
Dunkelberg, Assistant Cashier.
D irectors — C. C. Spalding, C. A. Austin, C. W. Shephard, Jas. Ryan, T. B. Dalton, F. B. Hughes, Charlie H. Spalding.

no

Statement of June 23, 1915.

...... . . _

....

..

..

....

....

..

.

.

..

$71,530
162
10,209
14,231

38
56
59
50

$73,251 00
7,000 00

Combined
$144,781
162
17,209
14,231

38
56
59
50

17,042 43

3,512 04

20,554 47

7,466 74

2,893 15

10,359 89

207 14

207 14

$120,850 34

$86,656 19

$207,506 53

$20,000 00
5,000 00
1,010 96

$5,000 00

$25,000 00

6,000 00

11,000 00

LIABILITIES

Other existing profits, collected, hut not in undivided profits account
Deposits, due to banks.

.

... ........

.

...
.

1,010 96

10,000 00

........... ...

70,709 51

10,000 00

70,656 19

2,008 49
4,000 00
725 00

70,709
70,656
2,018
4,000
725

51
19
49
00
00

6,500 00
816 38
70 00
Totals

_




..

____

_.

5,000 00

11,500 00
816 38
70 00

$120,850 34

$86,656 19

$207,506 53

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Loans and discounts ...
..............
.
..
. _
•
Overdrafts .. . ___
Bonds, warrants, and other securities..,
R ant premises, furniture and fixtures
. . . . . . . .
Safe deposit vaults_______________________________________________________________________________
Other real estate owned.
.......................
Due from reserve hanks..
........
.........
.........
Due from other hanks _
._
Actual cash on hand ___ . ...
.
Exchanges for clearing house.
._
Checks and other cash items..............
... _
Other resources ...
............
....
. . . .
Totals

Savings
department

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

367, 367A AND 367B.

FARMERS AND M ERCHANTS’ BANK— SANTA PAULA.

Incorporated December 20, 1905.
M. Sharp, President; Roger G. Edwards, Vice-President; M. N. Shedenhelm, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier;
E. C. Cory, Assistant Cashier; C. H. Sundquist, Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — J. M. Sharp, John Irwin, R. G. Edwards, Davis Felsenthal, David Darling, Benj. E. Merrill, Geo. W . Burson, Richard
Stevens, John B. McNab.
O f f ic e r s — J.

Statement of June 23,1915.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

..............................
..
.

. .. .

. . .
...
.
..........
Safe deposit vaults_____ _
_
________________________________ __________________
Other real estate owned_____ ___________ ___________________________________________*___
Due from reserve hanlrs

Due from other banks_______________________
Actual cash on hand
Exchanges fo r clearing house
Checks and other cash items
Other resources
. . . . . .
Totals

_

.

..

. . . . . . . . .
___
. . . . . . . .

.

_

.

Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)______________
_
Dividends unpaid
...
...................
... . ................ . . . . . . . .
Individual deposits subject to check.,. . . . . .
Savings deposits
.."
. ....
Deposits, due to hanks

Totals
N o t e .— The

•Deficit.

..... ..

___

....................

..

.

.

..........

_

$413,428
447
46,257
48,783

76
22
00
45

2,304 10

23,803 47
22,100 40
1,819 14
557 45
3,862 81

$147,201 82

$561,059 70

$15,000 00

$100,000 00
5,000 00
*424 99
1,220 24
72,000 00

68

14
45
81

. . . . ................ .

1,220 24

72,000 00

42,890 14

221,130 37
88,091 44
1,333 75
29,554 53
217 50
46 72
42,890 14

$147,201 82

$561,059 70

221,130 37
88,001 44
75
53
50
72

.

above statement includes the business of the Saticoy and Fillmore branch offices.




46,000 00

5,247 72

16,852
1,819
557
3,862

1,333
29,554
217
46

. . .

..

' 21,499 37

$93,650 00

$85,000 00
5,000 00
*424 99

__________________

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in
.
Surplus _
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
. . . . . .
Other existing profits, collected, hut not in"undivided profits account.

..................

76
22
00
45

$413,857 88

________________

. . . . . . . . . .

Demand certificates o f deposit
Time certificates o f deposit
. . . .
Certified checks
‘
...
Cashier’s checks
.... .... .. _
State, county and municipal deposits
Postail savings deposits
. .
Other liabilities

$319,778
447
257
48,783

Combined

$413,857 88

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Tuans and discounts
.
Overdrafts
..
_
.
.
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
Banlr premises, furniture and fixtures . . . .

Savings
department

oi

S

S70

368.

‘ ‘ THE PRODUCERS SAVINGS BANK” —VISALIA.

Incorporated December 30, 1905.
' '
.................. .
President; A. Levis, Vice-President; C: M. Griffith,' Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; C. E. Coughran;
Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary.
....................
"—
D irectors — S. Mitchell, A. Levis, George Morrell, Nathan Levy, B. M. Maddox, Chas. Togni, EL M. Money.
- To . ' TO fficers — S. Mitchell,

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Savings
department ■<
’

..

,
'

$255,790 00

Other real estate ow n e d ...----------------------- 1---------------. ------------------------- ------- — ------ -------------------- . . . -------------------- -J-




Combined

--------- -

- ........... ..... .......

7,419 18

. ■

^'
$284,244 70
LIABILITIES
$25,000 00
15,000 00
7,989 "99" :------------f-

............- "- ' '

'

322,642 71
13,612 00 ............ - ------- - -

' *
$284,244 70

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

RESOURCES

::)

_________ _i_Ll____"
Commercial
'department

369.

H AYW ARD BANK OP SAVINGS— H AYW ARD .

Incorporated January 2, 1906.
B. Parsons, President; F. C. Winton, Vice-President; J. E. Farnum, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; W. T. Knightly*
Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary.
'i ' '
! Jj!
D ir e c t o r s — I. B. Parson, F. C. Winton, F. I. Lemos, Chas. Allen, Stuart Hawley, J. E. Farnum, Edw. O. Webb.
O f f ic e r s — I.

Statement of June 23,1915.

Overdrafts

...

_

....

. . . . .

..

Savings
department

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

Combined

$368,075 05

.

45,221 60
6,918
19,741
27,695
9,000
Ciheelrs and other ensh items

..................
$476,652 57
LIABILITIES
$50,000 00 ■
11,081 90
8,099 51 —
J ..

90 00
395,681 16

1

11,700 00

■'
$476,652 57

,
271-




30
91
71
00

272

370.

CITIZENS’ SAVINGS BANK— HOLLYWOOD.

Incorporated January 13, 1906.
O. Palmer, President; B. S. Phelps, Vice-President; G. G. Greenwood, Vice-President; Gilbert H. Bessemyer,
Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; Ralph C. Long, Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary.
D ir e c t o r s — Edwin O. Palmer, G. G. Greenwood, Gilbert H. Bessemyer, B. S. Phelps, P. J. Beveridge, E. F. Bogardus, Sanford Rich.
O f f ic e r s —Edwin

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts________________ _________________________________________ ____________________
Overdrafts ____________ _______________________________________________ ; ______________________
_
Bonds, warrants, and other securities_____________________________________________________________
Banir premises, furniture and fixtures
_ ..
..............
Safe deposit vaults___________ ______________________________________ ____________________________
Other real estate owned ... ..
..
____
Due from reserve bants...............
. . .
_ _..
T)ne from other hapts
Actual cash on hand .......
. . . .
Exchanges fo r clearing house
_ ... ___ ...
CJhects and other cash items
........ ............ ...
Other resources________________________________________________________________________________ .
Totals

.......

Savings
department
$318,602 60
67,499 07

50,490 82

8,000 00

$444,592 49
LIABILITIES

Oapitfll stoclr paid in

......

...... ............ ...

....................
Undivided profits, Jess expenses and taxes paid
Other existing profits, collected, hut n ot'in undivided profits account,
......
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)
.......... _

$25,000 00
15,000 00
10,904 47

Dividend’s unpaid
Demand certificates o f deposit
Time certificates o f deposit

.. . .

326,815 11
.

.

.

54,472 91

Oasbier's checlrs




12,400 00

$444,592 49

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

371.

STANISLAUS COUNTY SAVINGS BANK— OAKDALE.

Incorporated January 23, 1905.
Rodden, President; L. P. Brichetto, Vice-President; William Rodden, Secretary and Cashier; W. L. Rodden,
Treasurer; E. D. Wilkinson, Assistant Cashier; C. E. Rodden, Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — Edward Rodden, W. L. Rodden, L. F. Brichetto, I. Monroe, J. C. Laughlin, T. F. Snedigar, A. L. Leitch.

O f f ic e r s — Edward

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Savings
department
$263,461 22
R n n lr p r e m is e s , f u r n i t u r e

and

53,270 00
fix tu r e s

......... ............... .................... .

_

................................

33,579 42
11,929 51
7,316 46

$369,556 61
L IA B IL IT IE S

$60,000 00
7,617 63
■Rills p»y«,hlp-(inolndihg certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)




...........

286,938 98

15,000 00

$369,556 61

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

372 AND 372A.

ro

SAN RAMON VA LLE Y BANK— W ALNU T CREEK.

Incorporated June 28, 1907.
S. Boone, President; Arthur Burton, Vice-President; E . D. Porter, Vice-President; Jos. L . Silveira, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; P. A. Marshall, Assistant Cashier; J. H. Demartini, Assistant Cashier at Danville.
D ir e c t o r s —W. S. Burpee, Arthur Burton, N. S. Boone, Jos. L. Silveira, Wm. K. Cole, A. P. Borges, E. D. Porter, E. I. Hutchinson,
John F. Baldwin.
Statement of June 23, 1915.
O f f ic e r s — N .

Commercialdepartment

RESOURCES

Savings
department

Combined

______________
. ..

_____
__

Actual cash on hand_______ .______________________________________________________________________

60,589 89
27,672 24
8,940 74

35,117 91

12,446 06
238 25

8,967 78

16,413 84
238 25

$234,361 57

_________________________________________
.. . .
..................
_

4,860 00
26,177 17

Safe deposit vaults____________
Other real estate owned
.

$113,641 84

$204,811 99

$439,173 56

$80,0C0 00
6,613 56
2,039 76

$15,000 00
13,250 00
1,156 63

$75,000 00
19,863 56
3,196 89

32 31

$304,132
116
50,589
. 32,532

19
93
89
24

32 31

LIABILITIES

Other existing profits, collected, but not in'undivided profits account.
Deposits, due to b a n t s _

...

___________________________

10,000 00

.....

10,000 00

15 00
103,003 35
142355 36Time certificates o f deposit,..
Certified cheats
*
Cashier's cheats

. ..._

.
...

.

.

..

.

.

. .

__ ■ . . . • ■

.

.

50,687 40
2,000 00

1500
103,003 35
142,655 36
50,687 40
2,000 00

2 50
32,750 00

T otals
N o t e .— The

...

....................

above statement includes the business of the Danville branch office.




$234,361 57

2 50
32,750 00

$204,811 99

$439,173 56

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

$190,490 85
116 93

373.

CITIZENS SAVINGS BANK OF ALAMEDA— ALAMEDA.

Incorporated March 6, 1906.
K. Lynch, President; Thos. G. Hutt, Vice-President; Frank V. Bordwell, Secretary, Treasurer: and Cashier;
C. J. Hammond, Jr., Assistant Cashier; P. H. Gohn, Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — James K. Lynch, S. E. Biddle, Frank Bordwell, H. D. Clark, W. G. Tibbitts, L. A. Konigshofer, Thos. G. Hutt, P. H. Gohn,
James Tyson.
'
O f f ic e r s — James

Statement of June 23,1915.

RESOURCES

>

Savings
department

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

$640,287 16

Kafn deposit vaults

_

44,981 20
65,060 60
5,446 58
26,958. 00
15,822 67

$798,475 61
LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in___________________ ___ ___________________ _____________________________
S u rp lu s______ ___ ____________________________________________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid____________________________ ______ '______________
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account______ ______________ _____
Bills payable (Including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)______________________
Deposits, due to banks______ __ ______ ___________________ __________________________________




$50,000 00
2},500’ €0
14,573 28

687,402 33

—

...
26,000 C
O

$798,475 61

.... "*

276

374.

CITIZENS’ SAVINGS BANK OF COMPTON— COMPTON.

O f f ic e r s — J. J. Harshman, President;
D ir e c t o r s — P. E. Hoag, J. V. Shepard,

Incorporated March 7, 1906.
J. H. Williams, Vice-President; E. E. Elliott, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
J. H. Williams, J. J. Harshman, W. H. Craig.
Statement of’June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES

Other real estate owned
Duo from reserve hanVs

_

Actual cash on hand
..........
Exchanges fo r clearing house
Ciheclrs and other cash Items

._

....

....

__

$78,820 63
13,150 00
100 00

'5,139 77
............

2,123 39

$99,333 79
LIABILITIES
Surplus

.

.

.......

.

$25,000 C
O

............

6,000 00

Other existing profits, collected, but not in*undivided profits account______________________________
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)______________________
Dividends unpaid ..
Individual deposits subject to checlr, ,...
Savings deposits . .
* ...............
_
Demand certificates o f deposit............
Oertifled checlrs

'

Postal savings deposits




3,681 17

. . . . .
...........
_
.........
.

.

.

..

53,792 81

.
10,859 81

$99,333 79

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Loans and discounts_________________ - ______________________ _______________________________
Overdrafts_________________________________________________________________ ____________________
Bonds, warrants, and other securities__________ __________________________________________
Ranlr premises, furniture and fixtures
... . ..
....
.... ............
Safe deposit vaults____________________ _______________________ __ _____________________

Savings
department

375.

BANK OF NORWALK— NORWALK.

I n c o r p o r a t e d M a r c h 12, 1906.
J. W . I n m a n , P r e s i d e n t ; F r a n k C ou lon , V ic e - P r e s i d e n t ; D . W . H o r s t , S e c r e t a r y , T r e a s u r e r a n d C a s h i e r ; P h o s a R o b e r ts ,
A s s is t a n t C a s h ie r.
D i r e c t o r s — J. W . I n m a n , F r a n k C o u lo n , D . "W. H o r s t, F . P . S p ro u l, J o h n P a d d is o n , N . G la z ie r , C. M . C h u r ch , J. G. S m ith ,
R . W . B in g h a m .

O

f f ic e r s —

Statement of June 23,1915.

Overdrafts

.

Commercial
department
$108,048 32
97 68
13,000 00
501 00

.

6,729 39
10,950 73
5 00
$139,332 12
LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in_______________________________________________
Surplus _________________________________________________ ________ _
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid.._______________________
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account-------—
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed).
Deposits, due to banks..... ........... ........... ................................. ........... .........
Dividends unpaid__________________________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check_______ ___________________________
Savings deposits __________________________________________________
Demand certificates of deposit_______________________________________
Time certificates of deposit_______________________________________
Certified checks________ _____ ______ ____ __________________ ____ ___
Cashier’s checks___________________________________________________
State, county and municipal deposits_________________________________
Postal savings deposits_____________ _____ ________________ _______ _
Other liabilities____________________________________________________




63,050 60

Combined

1,125 00
27,970 98

ioToco’oo'
$139,332 12

277

Totals___________________________________________________ _____

$25,000 00 ..
10,C O 00 ..
O
2,185 54

Savings
department

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

RESOURCES

376.

to

“ HARBOR CITY SAVINGS BANK’ — SAN PEDRO.

<1

I n c o r p o r a t e d M a r c h 15, 1906.
W . A . B o n y n g e , P r e s i d e n t ; W . L . D a v e n p o r t , V ic e - P r e s id e n t ; J. G . A u s tin , V ic e - P r e s id e n t ; P h illip M . G a ffe y , S e c r e t a r y ,
T r e a s u r e r a n d C a s h i e r ; E . B . M o o r e s , A s s is t a n t C ash ier.
D i r e c t o r s — C h a s. N ic o la i, P h illip M . G a ffe y , J a m e s H . D o d s o n , E d A m a r , R . D . S e p u lv e d a , W . A . B o n y n g e , J. G . A u s tin ,
A . G . S e p u lv e d a , J a m e s W e i r , E . B . M o o r e s , W . L . D a v e n p o rt.
O

QO

f f ic e r s —

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Savings
department

Combined

$169,668 86
—

13,600 C
O
1,575 00
6,410 52
8,671 19
3,576 86
62 78
35 10
$203,435 31
LIABILITIES
$25,000 C
O
11,000 00 — --------------------

7,420 40

20 00

127,994 22
10,000 00
12,000 00

10,000 69
$203,435 31

N ote.— Changed name from Harbor City Savings Bank of San Pedro, December 21, 1914.




—

REPORT OP SUP ERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

377.
O
D

“ ORANGE SAVINGS BANK” — ORANGE

I n c o r p o r a t e d M a r c h 16, 1906.
P . W . E h le n , P r e s i d e n t ; M. O. A in s w o r th , V ic e - P r e s i d e n t ; J. R . P o r t e r , S e c r e t a r y , T r e a s u r e r a n d C a s h ie r.
i r e c t o r s — M . O. A in s w o r t h , F . D . C o llin s , P . W . E h le n , D . C. P ix le y , F r e d W . S tru ck .

f f ic e r s —

Statement o f June 23,1915.

Loans and discounts_______________ ______ ______________________ _______________ ___
Overdrafts________ __________________________________________________________________
Bonds, warrants, and other securities_________________________________________. ___________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________________________________ ;____________________
Safe deposit vaults______________________________________________ _______________________
Other real estate owned________________________________________ . _____________________
_
Due from reserve banks_______________________________ . ___________ _________________ __
Due from other banks___________________ - __________________________________________
Actual cash on hand________________________________________________________.___________
_
_ _..................... ....
.
Exchanges fo r clearing house. . ...
.. ...
Checks and other cash items___________________ __________________________ __-________

Savings
department

Combined

.

$309,301 31
7,106 20

- -

15,571 11
6,366 82

$338,345 44
LIABILITIES

Oapital stock paid In__ __________________________________

__________________________

$25,000 00
22,000 00

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account.— -_____________________
Deposits, due to banks___________________________________________________ ______________
Dividends unpaid____________ ;_________________________________________ ________________
Individual deposits subject to check______________________________________________________

.

230,893 12
44,406 19

4,386 79
$338,345 44

279




11,659 84

-

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

379.

to

STATE BANK OF POMONA-POMONA.

CO

Incorporated March 30, 1906.
O f f i c e r s —A. C. Abbott, President; J. A. Gallup, Vice-President; E. R. Tundt, Secretary, Treasurer, Cashier and Manager;
H. J. Vaniman, Assistant Cashier; Lynn S. Birdsall, Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s —A. C. Abbott, J. A. Gallup, E. R. Yundt, J. W. Fulton, S. E. Yundt, H. J. Vaniman, J. E. McGowan.

o

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts . . . . . . . . .
.
................
............
......
O verdrafts........... _
..
.
Bonds, warrants, and other securities____________________________; _______________________________
_
■Rant premises, furniture and fixtures . . . .
.
.
Safe d
’eposit vaults
.
...
................ . ....... .. _ .. .
Other real estate owned....
.
..............
Due from reserve hanks .
_ .
.
....
....
. ..
Duo from other hanks
..
. .......
_ .
Ohecks and other cash items ...
.
Other resources
..........

.
_

..
..

_ _
............

Totals
LIABILITIES
Oapit.al stock paid In
____
. . .
Surplus
....
. . . . .
. . . .
.
.
.
Undivided profits, less expenses and faxes paid.,,
.._
_
Other existing’ profits, collected, hut not in undivided profits account . . .
. . . .
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)
Deposits, due to banks.___
______________________ ,________ ___ _________________ ____________




$434,544
2
48,000
38,800

Savings
department
11
44
00
00

2,000 00

50,857 40
34,130 39
690 72
45 35
$618,070 47

$75,000 00
9,000 00
7,055 81
2,427 91
234,747 85
195,664 83
59,497 15
12,176 92
22,500 00

$618,070 47

Combined
R E P O R T O P S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O P B A N K S .

Commercial
department

resources

380.

CITIZENS SAVINGS BANK OP UPLAND— UPLAND.

Incorporated May 11, 1906.
— R. F. Lemon, President; W. T. Leeke, Vice-President; R. C. Norton, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; Eva M. Gerry,
Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — R. F. Lemon, M. H. Bordwell, F. L. Purvis, A. P. Hardwood, W. T. Leeke, E. T. Jordan, Paul Hardwood.
O

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.

L oa n s and discounts_____________________________________________________________________________ ._______
O v e r d r a ft s __________________________ : ___________________________________________________________________
_

Rnnds, warrants, and other securities..............
R ant premises, furniture and fixtures .. . .. _ ... ....
_ ........... ....
Safe deposit vaults __
_ . ... _
. _ ............ _
...........
.
Other real estate owned
... ..........
Due fro m reserve ban ks ______ ___________________________________________________________________
Duo from other hanlrs. .
.......
... .
_ . ___
Exchanges fo r clearing house
Other resources

_ .

.

.

Savings
department
$106,650 00
11,500 38
1,247 00
6,640 14
2,379 93

. ...
..................

1 00

$128,508 45
LIABILITIES
$25,000 00
6,000 00

2,522 39
Other existing p rofits, collected, b u t n o t in undivided profits accou nt________________________________
Bills p ayable (including certificates o f deposit representing m oney b orrow ed )______________________ _

65,964 30
18,971 76
10,000 00

50 00
$128,508 45

281




Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

282

381.

THE GRIDLEY STATE BANK— GRIDLEY,

Incorporated May 14, 1906.
— C. W. Putnam, President; H. C. Veatch, Vice-President; J. A. Schafer, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; R. M. Veatch,
Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary.
D i r e c t o r s — J. R. King, C. W. Putnam, C. Humphrey, J. P. Schaeffer, W . H. Gilstrap, H. C. Veatch, J. A. Schafer.

O

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23,1915.
RESOURCES

Combined

68

22
02
92
77

—
—

5,722 90
7 40
18 90
$131,024 03
LIABILITIES
$30,000 00
989 83
10,000 00

87 29
61,772 02
11,497 51
2,727 38
14,000 00

$131,024 03

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

$96,911
79
16,919
2,294
194

Savings
department

8,875 22

Safe d eposit va u lts_______________________________—____________________________________ _________________




Commercial
department

382.

FULLERTON SAVINGS BANK— FULLERTON.

Incorporated June 14, 1906.
E. Jones, President; A. J. Kerfoot, Vice-President; E. E. Balcom, Secretary and Cashier; J. H. McDermont, Treasurer;
R. B. Robinson, Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — A. J. Kerfoot, J. E. Jones, A. C. Bowers, G. R. Jones, Geo. C. Welton.
O f f ic e r s — J.

Commercial
department

Savings
department
$220,379 00
14,000 00
200 00

14,708 58
8,000 00

5,246 43

$262,534 01
LIABILITIES
$25,000 00
10,000 00

9,704 83

176,955 17
28,374 01
12,500 00
*
$262,534 01

Combined

R E P O R T O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N K S .




Statement of June 23, 1915.
RESOURCES

284

383 AND 383A.

BANK OF FRUITVALE— OAKLAND.

Incorporated July 17, 1906.
O f f i c e r s — Dr. Chas. L. Tisdale, President; R. W. Westover, Vice-President, Treasurer and Cashier; G. H. Shearer, Secretary.
D i r e c t o r s — Louis Durein, R. W. Westover, J. J. Crowe, S. E. Biddle, Jr., Chas. L. Tisdale, P. E. Heath, Wm. W. Westover.
Statement of June 23,1915.
Commercial
department -

RESOURCES

....

$154,744 48

$127,279 24
186 35
27,908 60
3,300 00

.............. .....

Combined
$282,023
186
27,908
3,300

72
35
60
00

1,852 57
12,751 57
Evehanges fo r clearing house

.....

..

_

1,852 57
21,432 22

14,439 00

....

8,680 65
2,795 22

17,234 22
496 42

496 42
$188,213 75

$166,220 35

$354,434 10

$30,000 00
3,800 00
*2,906 80

$20,000 00

$50,000 00
4,900 00
*1,886 84

LIABILITIES

15,000 00

1,100 00

1,019 96

15,000 00

—

111,888 45

143,911 52
|1

j j

|I

257 74

j

5,524 36

111,888 45
143,911 52
5,524 36
257 74
24,650 00

24,650 00
188 87
Totals

N

.... .

..

.

.....................

•Deficit.
. —The above statement includes the business of the Melrose branch office.

ote




$188,213 75

188 87

$166,220 35

$354,434 10

R E P O R T O P S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O P B A N K S .

Safe deposit vaults

Savings
department

384.

THE CITIZENS BANK OF FRUITVALE— OAKLAND.

Incorporated July 26, 1906.
J. Schultz, President; J. M. Carr, Vice-President; L. R. Robertson, Secretary, Treasurer, Cashier and Manager;
J. E. Spafford, Assistant Cashier; R. P. Thurston, Assistant Cashier.
i r e c t o r s — J. M. Carr, D. M. Heagerty, T. Jensen, N. Christiansen, C. Lepori, C. E. Archer, L. R. Robertson, A. H. Kopperud,
F. J. Schultz, Geo. R. Warren, John E. Spafford.

O f f i c e r s — P.
D

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Overdrafts .. ..
.... ................
.......... _
.......... .
Ronds, warrants, and other seenrities..._.. .............
...
....... *
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures___________________ _____ ____________________________________
Dne from reserve hanks
...
.
..
Due from other hanks
....................
Actual eash on hand
. ........................
Exchanges fo r clearing house
..........
Otherresonre.es _

...........

Savings
department

$60,143 95
5 10
287 00
19,412 00

$155,175 00
12,289
.1,800
4,151
24,899
5,000
6,879

4,379 90
40,608 30
..................
......

Combined

11,082 08

00
00

71
26
00
16

$215,318 95
5 10
287 00
81,701 00
1,800 00
8,531 61
65,007 66
5,000 00
17,961 24
------

115 00

...

$136,033 33

$209,694 13

$345,727 46

$15,000 00
5,000 00
1,972 94

$10,000 00
9,000 00
8,457 01

$25,000 00
14,000 00
10,429 95

182,237 12

111,248 14
182,237 12
2,462 25

LIABILITIES

Other existing profits, collected, hnt not in undivided profits account
Rills payable (including certificates o f deposit, representing money borrowed)
........._.............
Deposits, due to banks
..
._ .
. .
Dividends unpaid
. ...
Individnal deposits subject to check,,.
._ ...............................
Savings depo'sit.s
"
................ ....
- .........
..

. . .
_ ._

200 00

Cashier’s ch eck s___________________ i __________________________________________
_
State, county and municipal deposits
. .... _ __
..
Postal savings deposits
.....
. . .
Other liabilities ..' ..........
..................




.....................

. . . . . . .

200 00
50 00

—

50 00

$136,033 33

$209,694 13

$345,727 46

285

................

_________________
__
_ ......

100 00

—

2,462 25

Time certificates o f deposit

Totals.

100 00

111,248 14

R E P O R T OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O P B A N K S .

Commercial
department

resources

386.

BANK OF SHERMAN— SHERMAN.

g
o>

Incorporated August 28, 1906.
O f f i c e r s — O. N. Beasley, President; P. T. Durfy, Vice-President; Thos. Peron, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — O. N. Beasley, L. T. Swall, P. E. Benedict, H. Eller, P. T. Durfy.

Commercial
department

Savings
department

Combined

$64,790 60
4,000 00
5,253 20

—

—

—

--------------------------------

28,535 29
5,985 27
44 60
85 00
$108,693 96
LIABILITIES
$25,000 00
163 88
1,085 10

70,299 47
647 35
11,384 73
70 00
43 43

$108,693 96

—

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.




Statement of June 23, 1915.
resources

388 AND 388A.

CITIZENS STATE BANK OP SAW TELLE— SAW TELLE.

Incorporated September 20, 1906,
F. McClellan, President; W. E. Sawtelle, Vice-President; W. W. Haskell,
G. G. McClellan, Assistant Cashier; T. T. Turner, Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — R. F. McClellan, W. E. Sawtelle, J. L. Brady, P. N. Arnold, A. L. King.
Of f ic e r s — R.

Secretary,

Treasurer and Cashier;

Statement of June 23,1915.

O v erd rafts.....................
.......
Rnnrta, warrants, and other securities
Ranlr premises, furniture and fixtures

$240,277 71
...

..........

_

32,735 81
6,500 00
32,068 20
30 25
27,783 06
489 58
168 70
1,124 44
$341,177 75

LIABILITIES
$50,000 00
12,500 00
3,197 26

Individual deposits subject to check_ : ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------_-

201,721 95

Savings
department

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

58,367 69
38 40
513 50
280 20
14,558 75
$341,177 75
ote

. — The

above statement includes the business of the Palms branch office.




287

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to

ALHAMBRA SAVINGS BANK— ALHAMBRA.

cc

Incorporated January 20, 1906.
O f f i c e r s — E. L. McCormack, President; E. E. Baily, Vice-President; R. F. Bishop, Vice-President; R. L. Angell, Secretary, Treasurer
and Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — George S. Johnson, E. E. Baily, R. F. Bishop, E. L. McCormack, S. D. Crow, R. H. Sanborn, W. M. Northrup.

Q
O

Statement of June 23, 1915.
C om m ercial
departm ent

RESOURCES

C om bined

$176,025 00
00
C
O
14
20

$240,169 52
79 10
13,902 50
39,296 64
1,570 00
3,566 14
23,767 49

4,065 58

3^948*36
725 96

8,003 94
725 96

$103,102 63

$227,978 66

$331,081 29

$25,000 C
O
5,200 00

$25,000 00
5,200 00
1,705 92

$50,000 C
O
10,400 00
1,705 92

$61,144
79
13,902
10,866

52
10
50
64

10,054 29

Totals____________________________

28,430
1,570
3,566
13,713

LIABILITIES
Surplus

....................

................... ...

..

.

......... .

Other existing profits, collected, but not in'undivided profits account_,___________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrow ed)..-------------------------------

10,000 C
O

10,000 00

36,134 92
183,335 96
12,599 78
4 20
14,263 51
12,500 00

36,134 92
183,335 96
12,599
4
14,263
12,500

78
20
51
00

137 C
O
T otals________________________________________________________________________________________




$103,102 63

137 C
O

$227,978 66

$331,081 29

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Loans and discounts__________________
O verdrafts___________________________
Bonds, warrants, and other securities.
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures.
Safe deposit vaults___________________
Other real estate owned_______________
Due from reserve banks_______________
Due from other b a n k s ..._____________
Actual cash on hand_____________ . ____
Exchanges for clearing house__________
Checks and other cash items_________
Other resources_______________________

Savings
departm ent

20—19462

390.

NILES STATE BANK— NILES,
Incorporated September 24, 1906.

Officers — August May, President; P. B. Granger, Vice-President; Chas. Evans, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
D irectors — Chas. Evans, August May, P. B. Granger, J. C. Shinn, J. A. Silva.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts..:________________________________ ___________ .____________________
Overdrafts____________________________________________ ______ ___ ___________________
Bonds, warrants, and other securities__________ _______________________________________
Bank premises, furniture and flxtriTes

...

..................................... .

.

Safe deposit vaults___________________ . . . ____________________________________________
Other real estate owned. ___________________ ________________________________________
Due from reserve hanks

.................

....... ....... .................

Due from other banks____________________________________________________________

...

.......
Exchanges fo r clearing house
.. ' ..... _
Checks and other cash items____________ —____________________________________________

Other resources .

...

.....

.

$72,479 00
19,575 70
9,000 C
O
2,000 00

55,442 28
11,897 01

.

$170,393 99
LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid i n .. .........___________ — _________________ ____ ___________
Surplus ___________________________________ ____ ___________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid_____________________________
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account_______
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed),
Deposits, due to banks_______________________ _______________ -_____________
Dividends u n p a id _________________________ _________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check..------------------------------------------ --------------Savings d e p o sits____________________ _____ _________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit______________________________________________
Time certificates o f deposit______________________ __________________________
Certified checks...... ....... ........ — --------- ------------------- -------------------------------------Cashier’s ch eck s___________________________________________________________
State, county and municipal deposits_________ _____________________________

Postal savings deposits.........— . . . _____________________ ______________

$25,0C0 C
O
1,883 48

70,161 73

Commercial
department

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Savings
department

RESOURCES

61,529 71
75 00
10,400 00
1,344 07

Other liabilities___________________________ _____ ______________________ _—




$170,393 99

289

Totals.

394.

MONTAGUE BANKING COMPANY— MONTAGUE.
o

Incorporated December 26, 1906.
O fficers — E. F. Reichman, President; Arthur Simon, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; Walter A. Simon, Assistant

Cashier.

D irectors — Henrietta Davis, C. H. Reichman, E. F. Reichman, E. D. Terwilliger, Arthur Simon.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
RESOURCES

Savings
department

$185,854 15
1,637 06
20,000 00

9,425 64

900 C
O
15,359 15
14,750 58
1,339 99
73 26
$248,839 82
LIABILITIES
$50,000 00
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid. . _
Other existing profits, collected, but not in' undivided profits account______________________________
Bills payable~(includirig certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)_______________________




6,000 00

4,975 91
30,000 00
112,080 99
27,607 52
50 00
125 C
O
18,000 00
40
$248,839 82

Combined

REPORT OF SUP ERINTENDENT OF BANES.

Commercial
department

395.

THE SECURITY SAVINGS BANK OF ORANGE— ORANGE.
Incorporated December 26, 1906.
W. Bolinger, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
F. Newton.

O f f i c e r s —W. D. Granger, President; D. F. Campbell, Vice-President; E .
D i r e c t o r s — W. D. Granger, D. F. Campbell, W. F. Crist, Geo. C. Woods, C .

Statement of June 23, 1915.

O verdrafts_______________________ ___________ ______________________________ .__________________
■Ronds, warrants, and other securities
...
.
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures______________________________________________________________

Savings
department
$171,725 C
O
7,497 24

28,721 56
Actual cash on hand..

......... .

Other resources ..

........ ...... _

-

7,000 00

..........

_

T

..................

_
$214,943 80

LIABILITIES

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account___________ ________________
Rills payable (including certificates o f deposit, representing money borrowed)........................... .....

Savings deposits
Certified checks
Cashier’s checks

$25,000 00
6,500 00
3,526 56

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

163,167 24

.

......
...

_

.

................
............... .............. ...

16,750 00

$214,943 80

291




"
.

O
D

292

396.

OJAI STATE BANK— NORDHOFF.

Incorporated January 8, 1907.
— Felix W. Ewing, President; Adolfo Camarillo, Vice-President; Edward L. Wiest, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; Mabel
R. Isenberg, Assistant Cashier.
i r e c t o r s — Felix W. Ewing, Adolfo Camarillo, Edgar W. Carne, John J. Burke, J. W. Dennison.

f f ic e r s

RESOURCES

Commercial
department
$107,482 70
359 70
17,300 00
12,000 00

2,170 00
3,925 83
9,042 96
247 35
$213,128 08
LIABILITIES
$40,000 00
5,500 00
3,533 09

110,078 90
863 15
36,639 83
ICO 00
15,700 00
113 65
$213,128 68

Savings
department

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.




Statement of June 23, 1915.

397.

FARM ERS AND MERCHANTS BANK OF IM PERIAL— IM PERIAL.

Incorporated February 12, 1907.
— L . J. Thomas, President; A. E. Wright, Vice-President; Otto Storm, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; P. H. Black,
Assistant Cashier; L. E. Addis, Assistant Secretary.
D i r e c t o r s — J. C. Chalupnik, C. C. Reher, J. H. Holland, S . E. Rabinson, L . J. Thomas, A . E. Wright, W. Vance Wilson, Barclay
Thomas, C. E. Cooke.
O

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Overdrafts_______ ____ ___ _______ ______ ___ _____ ______________________________
Bonds, warrants, and other securities______ ___ ______ ___ ___ - __________________
Safe deposit vaults

.............

Other real estate owned______________

.
__ _____

__ _ __

..
_______________ _____

...
_
___________

$148,366 09

Savings
department

Combined

$30,661 00

$179,027 09

750 00

7,435 00
750 00

7,435 00

16,589
113
16,911
1,458
927
6,346

31
40
24
62
15
73

16,589 31
113 40
12,164 97
1,458 62
927 15
6,346 73
$193,401 27

$36,157 27

$229,558 54

$22,500 00

Other resources

4,746 27

$2,500 00

$25,000 00

LIABILITIES
1,200 00

Other existing profits, collected, but not in"undivided profits account___

..

___ ___ ________

10,067 30

1,200 00

296 26
760 61

10,363 56
760 61
20,000 00

20,000 00

Savings deposits

' .............

.............

137,803 50
61 50

Certified eheelrs
*
Cashier’s eheelrs
State, ennnt.y and municipal deposits.....
Postal savings deposits " ........
Other liabilities ’
....... .
...




3,180 93

137,803
28,190
61
3,180

50
47
50
93

2,933 48

2,933 48
35 49

29 00

•4 49

$193,401 27

$36,157 27

$229,558 54

293

Totals

28,190 47

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

294

398.

EAGLE BOCK B A N K -E A G L E ROCK.

Incorporated February 20, 1907.
E. Chandler, President and Treasurer; Robert Henry Brown, Vice-President; Col. J. W. Eddy, Vice-President; Fred
E. Biles, Secretary and Cashier; Ada Carr, Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary.
D i r e c t o r s —Robert Henry Brown, Fred E. Biles, Col. J. W. Eddy, C . I. Ritchey, E. E. Chandler, F. W. Nahouse, O. J. Root.
O f f i c e r s — E.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
resources

$66,700 45
537 49
8,000 00
11,805 13
325 00
7,142 05
4,835 48
11 44
$99,357 04
LIABILITIES

Other existing profits, collected, but not in'undivided profits account__________________________




$25,000 00
750 00
1,021 34

61,186 34
3,267 15
74 00
7,808 21
250 00
$99,357 04

Savings
department

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

400 AND 400A.

COMMERCIAL BANK OF TURLOCK— TURLOCK.

Incorporated February 27, 1907.
Whipple, President; T. B . Whipple, Vice-President; F . W. Hosmer, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; L. T. Brown,
Assistant Cashier; W. W. Ferguson, Assistant Cashier; A. M. Morton, Manager of Denair branch.
D i r e c t o r s — H. S. Crane, E. B. Osborn, T. B. Whipple, C. H. Geer, Howard Whipple, J. N. Lester, H. M. Hatch.

O f f i c e r s — Howard

Statement of June 23,1915.

Overdrafts _______________________________________________________________________________________
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
.................
_
Ranlr premises, furniture and fixtures.......
Safe deposit vaults
_
___ . ... ..........
Other real estate owned
..........
Due from other hanlrs

... _ ...

Exchanges fo r clearing house
Oheclrs and other cash items
Other resonrees

.

............... ..................................... —
.
...
_ ..........................
....................... ... .

......
.............

..

T otals.........

Savings
department

Combined

$367,600 62

$269,958 20

$637,558 82

72,881 45
74,029 50

6,000 00

78,881 45
74,029 50

36,504 52

7,357 90
12,128 87

7,357 90
48,633 39

30,364-14

11,587 87

41,951 51
1,127 11
1,172 35

1,127 11
1,172 35
$583,679 69

$307,032 34

$890,712 03

$65,000 00
68,000 00
1,464 69

$35,000 00
7,000 00
8,761 84

$100,000 00
75,000 00
10,226 53

LIABILITIES

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account__________ _________________
Rills payahle (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)..
. .
Deposits, due to hanlrs
’
.
.
.
Dividends unpaid
._
............ . ...................
....
......
..........................................
Savings deposits
...............
Demand eert.ifleates o f deposit
Time certificates o f deposit-.

...

Clashier’s cheelrs

Totals ..
ote

. —The

360,227 57
-

............

.

..........

........ . . . . . .

.......... . .

above statement includes the business of the Denair branch office.




5,913 28
16,432 05
150 00
3,992 10
37,500 00
$583,679 69

30 00
256,240 50

$307,032 34

30 00
360,227 57
256,240 50
5,913 28
16,432 05
150 00
3,992 10
37,500 00
$890,712 03

295

N

_ ........................ . ...
•
..........- ............... ....

25,000 00

25,000 00

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

401.

WESTERN COMMERCIAL & SAVINGS BANK OF OAKLAND— OAKLAND.

Incorporated May 24, 1907.
— C. A. Brown, President; E. R. Dudley, Vice-President; A. G. Taft, Vice-President; W . K. Sparks, Secretary, Treasurer
and Cashier; E. R. Arner. Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — C. A. Brown, A. Kendall, C. A. Young, A. G. Taft, E. R. Dudley, W. K. Sparks, B. B. Dudley.

O

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.
RESOURCES

Commercial
department

$85,161 44

10,000 00

14,793 61
27,716 72

Combined
$226,423 64
18
51,790 17
6,227 70
10,000 00

12,020 82

14,793 61
39,737 04

18,808 58
8,626 21

0,346 73

25,155 31
8,626 21

$279,225 37

$103,528 49

$382,753 86

$119,000 00
580 00
*4l4 IS

$10,000 O
O

$129,000 00
580 00
1,900 30

LIABILITIES

109,267 25
2,027 52

2,314 43

79,769 28
11,414 70

1,744 72
369 01
46,650 00

109,267
79,769
2,027
11,414
1,744
369
46,650

25
28
52
70
72
01
00

1 00

♦ D e fic it.
N

ote

. — Changed

name from Harbor Bank January 7, 1915.




30 08

31 08

$279,225 37

$103,528 49

$382,753 86

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

$141,262 20
18
51,790 17
6,227 70

Savings
department

21—19462

402.
O
D

STATE BANK OF PASADENA— PASADENA.

Incorporated April 5, 1907.
—W. M . Eason, President; R. Eason, Vice-President; Frank W. Hill, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
i r e c t o r s — W. M. Eason, Geo. W. Johnson, Frank W. Hill, W. N. Gordy, S. P. Kerr, Carl H. W. Runde, R. Eason.

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.

$168,645 45
5,000 00
27,9127 14
11,966 90

$213,539 49
LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in._______________ ___ ______________________ ___________ ____ ___
........
. . .
..........
............ .................
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid.______________________________ ______ _ __
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account________ ________ __ _ __
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)______
__________
Deposits, due to banks_____ _______ _________;_______ ______________________________

Surplus

Dividends unpaid .

.

.

........

Savings deposits___ ________________________________________________________________
Demand certificates of deposit__________________________________ _____ ___. .. ____________
Certified checks




.

”

................................

. . .

$25,000 00
8,000 00

8,376 28

50 00
101,496 06
68,728 26
1,888 89

$213,539 49

Savings
department

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

298

403.

CENTRAL SAVINGS BANK OF LODI, CALIFORNIA— LODI.

Incorporated April 9, 1907.
John B. Cory, President; T. C. Shaw, Vice-President; W. H. Dorenz, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; James P. Shaw,
Assistant Cashier and Assistant Treasurer.
D i r e c t o r s — John B. Cory, T. C. Shaw, C. W. Norton, H. C. Beckman, W. H. Thompson, Geo. W. LeMoin, E. E. Morse.

O f f ic e r s —

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Savings
department

Combined

$237,586 99
R ant premises, fnmit.nre and fixtures .
Other real estate ow ned..........
.......
Dpe from reserve hunts
....
Thin from other hants....... ........... .
Exchanges fo r clearing house
(TheC-tS and other cash” Items..

._
T

...

.............
.....

. ...

_
...............................

. .................
_.....
_. . .

67,250 00

.... ...... ...............
___
....

...

...

............

5,871 84

’’

..............

6,400 00

......
$317,108 83

Oapltfll Stock paid In

LIABILITIES

Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
..
Other existing profits, collected, hilt, not In’ undivided profits account
Rills payahle (including eertlfleat.es o f deposit, representing money borrowed)
Deposits, dne't.o hanks _
’
’.
.............. .
............. .
Dividend’s unpaid . .

$25,000 00
7,000 00
4,253 89

—

15 00

-

—

169,120 56
Time pprtiflpat.es o f deposit
Oertlfled eheeks

. ..
......

State, county and municipal deposits . . . . . . . . . .
Postal Ravings deposits ’
*
..
.
. . .
Totals




.

99,219 38
12,500 00

$317,108 83

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

406.

PEOPLE'S STATE BANK— TURLOCK.
Incorporated May 6, 1907.

Off icers — J. E. Weaver, President; Edgar Baxter, Vice-President; A . D. Foote, Secretary; O. H . Olson, Treasurer and Cashier;

Roy E. Weaver, Assistant Cashier.

D irectors -—J. E. Weaver, Edgar Baxter, Claus Johnson, M. M. Berg, D. J. Walton, A. L. Foote, Peter Erickson.

Statement of June 23,1915.

Loans and discounts
Overdrafts
. ..
Bonds, warrants, and other securities___,
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures ...
Safe deposit vaults
.
.
__
Other real estate owned
..........
Due from reserve hanks
____ __________
Due from other hanks
Actual cash on hand
Exchanges fo r clearing house . . . . . .
Checks and other cash items
_
Other resources......
......................
Totals

...

. . .
....

$228,799 97
150 18
30,321 73
33,000 00

.......... .
.

.

.
21,785 90
24,173 84
457 96

............................

$338,689 58

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in
_ ___
Surplus
__ ’ __
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid .
_____ . ..............
.....
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account . .
........... ........... ..
Bills nayable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed!
Deposits, due to banks.
. . .
.
._
Dividends unpaid
__
___
.
.
.
.............. .
Individual deposits subject to check
. .
..........
Savings deposits
Demand certificates o f deposit
........
.
. ...
Tima certificates o f deposit
.
...
.
.
..
Certified checks___________________________________________________________________________________
Cashier’ s checks
. . . .
—
_ r .................
State, county and municipal deposits
..... _
...........
Postal sayings deposits._______ __________________________________ ______________________________ _
Other liabilities
...........
...........
T otals___

. . . .




. .

..... ..........

$50,000 00
12,000 00

5,056 19
10,000 00

124,694 12
2,329 33
109,409 94
25,200 00

$338,689 58

Savings
department

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

O f f i c e r s — D.

300

407.

FARMERS AND MERCHANTS’ BANK— HEMET.

Incorporated May 15, 1907.
W. Amos, President; I. B. Gibbel, Vice-President; C. B. Coveil, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; H. C. Wilson,

Assistant CSiShior

D

ir e c t o r s

— D. W. Amos, I. B. Gibbel, H. C. Wilson, C. B. Covell, Daniel Myers, A. C. Barnes, Joe Simpson.

RESOURCES

Commercial
department
$88,725 00

Savings
department
$49,100 00

Combined
$137,825 00
1,500 00

1,500 00
6,500 00

6,500 00
57,616 12

12,680 73

7,450 00

20,130 73

$160,521 85

$63,050 00

$223,571 85

$20,000 00
6,250 00
2,500 O
O

$500 00
1,500 00

$25,000 00
7,750 O
O
2,500 00

56,550 O
O

100,982 23
56,550 00

57,616 12

LIABILITIES

1,000 00

1,000 00

100,982 23
19,580 O
O

19,580 00

10,209 62

10,209 62

$160,521 85

$33,050 00

$223,571 85

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.




Statement of June 23, 1915.

408.

SECURITY SAVINGS BANK OF RIVERSIDE— RIVERSIDE.

Incorporated June 6, 1907.
Officers— S. H. Herrick, President; C. H. Low, Vice-President; W. G. Fraser, W. B. Clancy, Vice-President; W. T. Dinsmore,
Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; Harry Conrad, Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary.
D i r e c t o r s — S. H. Herrick, C. H. Low, W. G. Fraser, W. B. Clancy, J. A. Allen, G. Rouse, F. A. Tetley, E. H. Wood, C. Van
Zwaluwenberg, George Frost, D. P. Chapman.
Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts
O verdrafts________________________________________________ _______________________________________
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
..........
...................
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures...
Safe deposit vaults-______ _ ___ ______ _______________ _____ ______________ ______ _________ _____
Other real estate owned................................ ..................... __ ............ ................. ................. ......................
Due from reserve hanks
Due from other banks______ ____________ _______ _____________ _____________ ________________ ____
Actual cash on hand
Exchanges fo r clearing house________ ___________________ _____________________________________
Checks and other cash items
............ . ...
Other resources _
..
...............
Totals

_........

$554,663 14
33,619 00
2,190 85
1,000 00

89,559 73
29,613 56
3,710 C
O

____

_________________

$50,000 00
20,000 00

2,537 27
16,518 58

Combined

526,467 95
70,763 53
25,000 00
3,068 95
$714,356 28

301




_________ .

Savings
department

$714,356 28

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid in
......
Surplus
. . .
......
........ ...
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid.
_ .
Other existing profits, collected, hut not in'undivided profits account.... ............
Bills payable (Including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)............... ................... ...
Deposits, due to hanks.
.. .......... . ....
...
...................... .
Dividend's unpaid
. .. . . .
Individual deposits subject to check
.
..
.......
..'
Savings deposits
...
.
....
......
.......
Demand certificates o f deposit___________________________________________ _______ _____________
Time certificates o f deposit
___
...
Certified checks _ _
.
. . . . . .
...
.
Cashier’s checks
...
.
_
State, county and municipal deposits
Postal savings deposits
. . . . _ ............. . ..
Other liabilities _
. _
. .
. . . .
Totals ___________________

Commercial
department

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

RESOURCES

409.

03

BANK OF MILL VALLEY— MILL VALLEY.

O
to

Incorporated June 6. 1907.
O f f i c e r s — F. F. Bostwick, President; Clinton Folger, Vice-President; C. F. Runyon, Vice-President; Chas. H. Hunton, Secretary
and Cashier; H. S. Bridge, Treasurer; F. C. Ankers, Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — F. F. Bostwick, F. A. Losh, C. F. Runyon, C. W. Durbrow, John Dias, Clinton Folger, Henry S. Bridge.

RESOURCES

Commercial
department
$65,415 46
228 83
26,883 14
12,090 94
7,364 02

Savings
department

Combined

$161,686 88
49,705
6,536
5,993
1,111
12,320

58
12
44
04
01

5,448 59

213 20
85 48

$227,102
228
49,705
82,919
5,993
1,111
24,410

34
83
58
28
44
04
95

12,812 61
213 20
85 48

$111,781 07

$242,801 66

$354,582 73

$30,C 0 00
C
1,500 00
837 44

$20,000 00
2,350 00
5,775 26

$50,000 00
3,850 00
6,612 70

189,064 97

78,307 66
189,064 97
168 10

58 80 ................. ...........
909 17
24,963 98
635 15
12 30

58 80
909 17
24,963 98
635 15
12 30

LIABILITIES

78,307 56
168 10

$111,781 07

$242,801 66

$354,582 73

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.




Statement of June 23, 1915.

410 AND 410A.

“ SOUTHERN TRUST AND SAVINGS B A N K ” — SAN DIEGO.

19462

Incorporated June 8, 1907.
— G. A. Davidson, President; Philip Morse, Vice-President; E. O. Hodge, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; L . G. Bradley,
Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary; W. H. Bradley, Assistant Cashier and Manager; F. C. Spalding, Trust Officer.
D i r e c t o r s — G. A. Davidson, Philip Morse, R. C. Allen, E. O. Hodge, Jno. E. Boal, A. H. Frost, G. Holterhoff, Jr., C. W. Pauly,
B. M. Frees.

O

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23,1915.
RESOURCES

Trust
Commercial

Combined

Savings
Court trusts

$652,534 97
210 01 '

Safe deposit, vaults

.............

Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers

$1,161,967 05

$50,000 00

Private trusts
$50,000 00

131,646 24

117,568
5,817
127.437
14.372
2,665
3,724

160,382 81

18
24
32
34
71
05

$1,914,532 02
210 01

145,354 86
16,700 00

277,001 10
16,700 00

3,296 59

10,100 00

102,956 38
1,048 32

277,950
19,113
230,393
14,372
3,714
3,724

99
83
70
34
08
05

$1,086,414 68
LIABILITIES.

$1,568,000 80

$50,000 00

$53,296 59

$2,757,712 07

$125,000 00
32,500 00
14,201 86

$125,000 00
42,500 00
31,292 69

$50,000 00

$50,000 00

$350,000 00
75,000 00
48,791 14

3,296
39,831
33
630,300

Postal savings deposits______________________ _________ __________ —
Other liabilities__________________________________ _________________
Deposits of money received from executors, administrators, guardians,

3,296 59

59
53
00
38

1,049 05
111,777 97
1,757 36
10,676 94
115,900 00

3,296 59
39,831 53
33 09
630,390 38
1,323,568 11
1.049 05
112,417 97
1,757 36
10,676 94
160,900 00

1,323,568 11
640 00
45,000 00
*

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Private trusts
not under
supervision of
State Banking
Department

Private trusts
not under
supervision of
State Banking
Department

Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers
Trusts held as executor, administrator, guardian, assignee, receiver or

V.

$1,086,414 68
ote

. — The

above statement includes the business of the La Jolla branch office.




$50,000 00

$53,296 59

$2,757,712 07

Added trust department November 2, 1914.

303

N

$1,568,000 80

411.

CITIZENS BANK OP WINTERS— WINTERS.
Incorporated June 13, 1907.

Officers — J. E. Sackett, President ; J. Rummelsburg, Vice-President; W. O. Russell, Secretary ; W. S. Baker, Treasurer and Cashier;

C. W. Armstrong, Assistant Cashier.
Sackett, W. S. Baker, W. O. Russell, J. Rummelsburg, R. F. Schmeiser, W. H. Robinson, August Brinck,
G. M. Chapman, H. R. Bowman.

D irectors — J. E.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Savings
department

Combined

$139,685
2,985
35,523
39,333
600

63
53
35
75
C
O

$112,882 38

$252,568
2,985
85,523
39,333
600

01
53
35
75
C
O

7,753
30
5,847
80

08
00
49
03

2,077 03

9,830
30
7,964
780

11
00
07
03

2,116 58
700 00

109 46

109 46

$231,948 32

$117,775 99

$349,724 31

$80,600 00
7,560 72
1,513 34

$12,600 00

$93,200 00
7,560 72
4,079 56

LIABILITIES

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account_________________________

■Rills payahle (including eertifientes r>f deposit, representing money borrowed)

Deposits, due to banks_________ _____

_____________ __________________________________

2,566 22

59,500 00

59,500 00

151 50
58,595 76
257 C
O
260 00
Cashier’ s checks
Postal savings deposits




. . . . .
‘

*

.....
. ..

.

101,609 77

151
58,595
101,609
257
1,260

50
76
77
00

10 00

00
10 00

22,300 00

22,300 00

1,000 00

1,200 C
O

1,200 00

$231,948 32

$117,775 99

$349,724 31

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

413.
O
D

BANK OF SAUSALITO— SAUSALITO.

Incorporated July 18, 1907.
— F. A. Robbins, President; F. A. Fiedler, Vice-President; E. S. Rayburn, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; F. D. Linsley,
Assistant Cashier, Assistant Secretary and Assistant Treasurer.
i r e c t o r s — F. A. Robbins, E. W. Jackson, E. S. Rayburn, F. A. Fiedler, M. V. Silva, C. M. Gunn, H. Cartan, J. E. Hall, John Mecchi.

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23,1915.
Commercial
department
$11,304
19
48,703
15,033
1,370

Savings
department
90
21
33
25
98

$113,617 85
48,872 09
13,250 00
2,495 13
25,077 35

22,940 35
250 00
9,364 56

8,538 46

18 20

Combined
$124,922 75
19 21
97,575 42
28,283 25
1,370 98
2,495 13
48,017 70
250 00
17,903 02
18 20

$109,004 78

$211,850 88

$320,855 66

$17,500 00

$20,000 00

$37,500 00

890 35
258 02

1,394 87
3,023 99

2,285 22
3,282 01

187,432 02

75,343 94
187,432 02

LIABILITIES

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account------------------------------------------

11,438 82
3,573 65
$109,004 78

s

11,438 82
3,573 65
$211,850 88

$320,855 66

305




75,343 94

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

RESOURCES

415.

CO

COLFAX BANK— COLFAX.

o

Incorporated August 12, 1907.
O f f i c e r s — D. Falconer, President; D. A. Russell, Vice-President; S . G . Watts, Secretary and Cashier; J. B. McCleary, Treasurer.
D i r e c t o r s — p. A. Russell, D. Falconer, John B. McCleary, Sam Wolford, Alden Anderson.

o>

Statement of June 23,1915.
Commercial
department

RESOUBCES

T ota ls.

___________

_________

_______ ______

$42,537 72
14 78
62,063 32
2,159 34

10,916 80

10,748 96

2,770 40

.

T otals____________________________________________________________ _____ _______ ________________

72
78
12
34

13,519 36
29 00

29 00
_.

$76,677
14
72,980
2,159

822 27
15,493 91

822 27
15,493 91

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in___________________ ______________________________________________ ___ ___
Surplus
.... _ .
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
.
...
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account
. . .
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money horrowed).
_ .
Deposits, due to b a n k s __
..
.
....
Dividends unpaid __
Individual deposits subject, to check
. . .
Savings deposits
_
. .................
Demand certificates o f deposit
Time certificates o f deposit,..
. . ..
Certified checks _ . . . . . . .
Cashier’s checks
State, county and municipal deposits
P ostal savings deposits
.............. .
Other liabilities________________________________ _________ _______ _____ _______________ ____ ______




$34,140 00

Combined

$133,869 30

$47,827 20

$181,693 50

$20,000 00
2,850 00
1,359 87

$5,000 00
650 00
910 00

$25,000 00
3,500 00
2,269 87

41,267 20

76,335 51
41,267 20
7,090 00

76,335 51
7,090 00
1,428 00

1,428 00

20,247 80
4,558 12

20,247 80
4,558 12

$133,869 30

$47,827 20

$181,696 50

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

Loans and discounts________________ __ _
Overdrafts
.
.. .
.Bonds, warrants, and other securities...... .
Bank Dremises. furniture and fixtures
Safe deposit, vaults.
Other real estate owned
.........
Due from reserve banks
Due from other hanks
Actual cash on hand
Exchanges fo r clearing house______
Checks and other cash items
Other resources

Savings
department

416.
—A .

O

f f ic e r s

D

ir e c t o r s —

A.

E. J. Fee.

C.

BANK OF FORT BIDWELL— FORT BIDWELL.

Incorporated August 13, 1907.
Lowell, President; E. P. Sessions, Vice-President; R. R. Baker, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; C. G. Lowell,

C. Lowell, E. P. Sessions, R. R. Baker, Edward Conlan, W. J. Parman, C. H. Fee, H. B. Stephens, Henry Kober,

RESOURCES

Commercial
department

Savings
department

Combined

$97,053 11
7 64
268 05
19,000 00
3,028
14,184
1,388
8,173

00
39
53
85

550 97
$143,652 54
LIABILITIES
$30,000 O
O
3,000 00
426 62

57,159 11
1,910 80
46,597 52
2,000 00
412 63

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

—

—

—

2,145 86
$143,652 54

307




Statement of June 23,1915.

BANK OF COMMERCE AND TRUST COMPANY— SAN DIEGO.

Incorporated September 13, 1907.
Julius Wangenheim, President; J. S. Hawley, Jr., Vice-President; Milton H. Epstein, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier;
R. B. Thomas, Assistant Cashier, Assistant Treasurer and Assistant Secretary.
D i r e c t o r s — Julius Wangenheim, J. S. Hawley, Jr., M. A. Graham, B. W. McKenzie, Milton H. Epstein, Geo. W. Marston, Melville
Klauber, Nat R. Titus, P. S. Jennings, L. M. Arey, Wm. E. Otis.

O

308

418 AND 418A.
f f ic e r s —

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Trust
RESOURCES

Commercial

Court trusts
Loans and discounts _
Bonds, warrants and other securities
........
. _
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
(Coronado hranch hniiding
Other real estate owned
..............
Due from reserve hanks .
Due from other banks
Actual cash on hand
_
Exchanges fo r clearing house
_
_ ___
Checks and other cash items____________________________________________ __
Other resources_________ _______ _______ _________________________________ „
Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers
or trustees
_
_
_
Trusts invested under order o f court or? (Personal property
in accordance with provisions o f trust! ?Real property

$725,022 97
172 60
.298,995 38

$1,138,871 96

'$75,436 28

653,987 98

3,500 00

404,235 49

283,082 90
8,000 00
73,500 24
127 88
239 81

Private trusts
$55,490 00

32,000 00

137,334 12
52,885 12
, 2,250 66

38,516 48

3,328 60
1 0O
0 O

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid in________________________________________
Surplus _________________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid___ ___
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits a c c o u n t Adjustment accounts and special advance account_______
Trust department deposits - _________ __ _____ ___
Coronado branch, difference in accounts (item's in transit between us this
date) __
__ ______
__ ___ _____ _____ ____
Deposits, due to banks
_ _
............ .
Dividends unpaid___ _________ _________________________
Individual deposits subject to cheek ........
Savings d e p o sits_____________ ___________ _____________
Demand certificates o f deposit
Time certificates o f deposit
Certified ch eck s_________________________________________ ___________________
___
Cashier’s checks
_
State, county and municipal deposits _________________________ _________
_____________
Postal savings deposits_________ _______________________ _______
_______
Interest due depositors and unpaid
Deposits o f money received from executors, administrators, guardians,
assignees, receivers or trustees
.
Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers
or trustees
Trusts held as executor, administrator, guardian, assignee, receiver or
trustee, under order or decree o f any court

$1,620,806! 34

N

ote.

$2,189,810 77

$100,000 O
O
100,000 00
41,588 41

$300,000 00
100,000 00
45,217 65

J

39
08
36
00
47

25,946 53
45,328 07
600 00
969,141 35
32
41
57
20

$4,556,278 47

$50,000 00

$50,000 00

3 00

6,565 68
553 20
1,799 72

$500,000 O
O
200,000 00
93,371 74
556 20
1,799 72
26,232 24
25,946
45,328
600
969,141
1,662,382
23,458
10,807
3,492
70,672
209.000
59,222
17,617

1,662,382 81

209,000 00
59,222 12
17,617 43
35,800 67 Private trusts
n ot under
150,000 00 supervision o f
StateBanking
450,849 09 Department
v

— The above statement includes the business of the Coronado branch office.

$2,189,810 77

344,200 00
75,000 00

$58,918 60

—

,

23,458
10,807
3,492
70,672

150,000 00

$686,652 76

26,232 24

$1,620,896. 34




687,318
49,845
210,934
53,013
2,490

k

150,000 00 Private trusts
n ot under
supervision o f
344,200 O StateBanking
O
75,000 00 Department

.. _

___________________________________ __

$1,994;821 21
172 60
956,483 36
32,000 00

V

T otals________

Combined

$686,652 76

53
07
00
35
81
32
41
57
20
00
12
43

35,800 67
150.000 00
450,849 09

__t

$58,918 60

$4,556,278 47

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Savings

420.

“ NIPPON B A N K ” — SACRAMENTO.

Incorporated September 19, 1907.
O fficers — S. Yoshida, President; G. H. Kishi, Vice-President; M. Matsumoto, Vice-President; R. K. Iseri, Secretary, Treasurer
and Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — S. Yoshida, G. H. Kishi, R. K. Iseri, M. Matsumoto, I. Arao.
Statement of June 23,1915.

B on d s, w arran ts, and other securities________

____________ __________

$96,730 75
-68 46
1,200 00

11,218 80
4,872 80
52 70
105 O
O
$114,248 51
LIABILITIES
$38,775 O
O
5,500 00
1,136 04
15,000 00
25,495 99

Combined

7,178 67
20,881 08
281 73.

$114,248 51

309




____ ______________

Savings ,
department

R E P O R T OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T OP B A N K S .

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

310

421.

BANK OF BURLINGAME-BURLINGAME.

Incorporated September 27, 1907.
Officer's1
—H. T. Scott, President; Hall C. Ross, Vice-President; C. S. Crary, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; D. Wisnom, Assistant
Cashier..
D i r e c t o r s — J. H. Coleman, Henry T. Scott, P. J. Carolan, Hall C. Ross, Eric Lange, W. M. Roberts, David Wisnom, C. S. Crary,
M. S. Crary.
Statement of June 23, 1915.

Totals

_

_

__

_




$51,016 06
212 14
22,052 72
21,801 20

._

17,701 50
15,966 10

$193,164 15
212 14
89,754 22
37,767 30

8,616 24

20,990 22

16,215 72
501 70
91 45

4,905 85

20,211 57
501 70
91 45

$123,264 97

____

$142,148 09

12,378 99

$189,427 78

$312,692 75

$25,000 00
700 00
1,493 53

_

TIA'BTTiIt Ik S.
j
Capital stock paid in________ __________________ _____ _______ _______________ __ .................
__ _
.
..
Surplus __
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Other existing profits, collected, but not in"undivided profits account .
Bills payable fin eluding certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed!
Deposits, due to banks____________________________________________________’______ ____ ___________
Dividends unpaid
_
.....................
Individual deposits subject to check.
.............. _
Savings d e p o sits__ _____ ___
.. .
....
. . . . . . . . . .
Demand certificates o f deposit
Time certificates o f deposit______________________________________ ________________________________
Certified checks
....
Cashier’s checks
__
_
________ .
.
_r
State, county and municipal deposits
...........
Postal savings deposits
" ... .
....
...............
Other liabilities __________________________________ - - i ____________ ___ ________________________
Totals

Combined

$25,000 00
500 00
1,115 44

$50,000 00

—

—

—

90,260 34

147,812 34

90,260 84
147,812 34
91 63

15,000 00

10 87
60 15
18,439 71
2,208 74

$189,427 78

$312,692 75

91 63
10 87
60 15
8,439 71
2,208 74
$123,264 97

1,200 00

2,608 97

—

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Loans and discounts_________
_
. . . . . . . .
O verdrafts_________________________
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
.
_
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
_ .
Safe deposit vaults
Other real estate owned
.
.
.
....... . _
_
Due from reserve banks
Due from other banks
Actual cash on hand _
Exchanges fo r clearing house..
_
_ _
_
Checks and other cash items
.....
.. ___ _____
Other resources
.... .............

Savings
department

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

422.

“ CITIZENS BANK OF ARLIN GTON ” — RIVERSIDE.

Incorporated September 27, 1907.
B. Clancy, Vice-President; J. W. Wells, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier.
D irectors — S. H. Herrick, Chas. H . Low, W. B. Clancy, W. G. Fraser, C. Van Zwaluwenburg, J. A. Allen, D . P . Chapman, E . H.
Wood, G. Rouse, George Frost, F. A. Tetley.
O ff icers —S. H. Herrick, President; Chas. H. Low, Vice-President; W.

Statement of June 23,1915.
Commercial
department
$111,756 84
2 54
19,000 00
4,100 00
300 00
45,169 63
16,505 80
12 55
$196,847 36
LIABILITIES
$25,000 00
3,800 00
7,074 27
30,000 00
96,377 73

Savings
department

Combined

R E P O R T O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T OF B A N K S .

RESOURCES

21,138 C
O
4 80
913 56
12,500 00
89 00
________________________________________




- ^ ---------- — u
-----.---------------------:—------; ------------------------

311

$196,847 36

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312

423.

UNIVERSITY AVENUE BANK— SAN DIEGO.

Incorporated September 27, 1907.
—Chas. T. Chandler, President; Wm. E. Otis, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer; E. G. Otis, Cashier.
i r e c t o r s —Chas. T. Chandler, Wm. E. Otis, John R. Mitchell.

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23,1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES
. ..

... ._

...

.

.

Bonds, warrants, and other securities____________________________________________________________ .

$70,253 27
20 36
11,488 10

Other rpal estate owned r
Due from reserve benlrp

..

_

_
..

.

Actual cash on hand______________________________________________________________________________
..............
Exchanges for clearing’ house
Oh coirs and other cash items
...
......
Totals

...

...............

....

...........

.

$208,815 00
26,950 00
438 00

Combined
$279,068 27
20 36
26,950 00
11,488 10
438 00

21,275 98
23,723 78
8,624 24
594 74
41 60

6,566 01
4,500 00

27,841 99
23,723 78
13,124 24
594 74
41 60

$136,022 07

$247,269 01

$383,291 08

$25,000 00
5,500 00
2,167 52

$25,000 00
5,750 00
2,599 47

$50,000 00
11,250 00
4,766 99

LIABILITIES

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account______________________________




8,605 52

8,605 52

91,264 83

35,678 05

91,264 83
154,236 49
997 90
35,678 05

24,005 00

2,486 30
24,005 00

$247,269 01

$383,291 08

997 90
2,486 30

$136,022 07

154,236 49

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Loans and discounts

Savings
department

425.

“ THE BANK OF COMMERCE’ ’— OAKLAND.

Incorporated October 31, 1907.
—E. M. Gibson, President; Chas. W. Fore, Vice-President and Manager; Chas. Jurgens, Vice-President; E. H. M.
Lannowe, Secretary, Treasurer and Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s —E. M. Gibson, John A. McNear, Chas. W. Fore, Chas. Jurgens, B. F. Woolner, E. H. M. Lannowe, C. H. Jurgens,
Math. Jacobs, Jos. Pedrini.

O

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts__________

___ _____ _________________- ____________________

______________

$89,990 33

Savings
department
$81,830 82

Due from reserve banks_______________________________________________




____________

___ _______

26,806 31

6.000 00

13,082 99
2,135 93

210 00

10,505 07

$171,821 15
61,681 13
9.000 C
O

61,681 13
9.000 00
6.000 00
2,151 88

Combined

13,624 52

15,234
28,942
210
24,129

87
24
C
O
59

45 C
O

45 00
$206,389 72

$110,674 26

$317,063 98

$92,500 00

$12,500 00

721 71

1,627 61

$105,000 C
O
220 G
O
2,349 32

98,326 65

51,975 61
96,326 65

LIABILITIES.

51,975 61

220 00

10,000 C
O

10,000 00

97 00
4,495 40
46,600 00

97 C
O
4,495 40
46,600 00

$206,389 72

$110,674 26

$317,063 98

R E P O R T OF S U P E R IN T E N D E N T OF B A N K S .

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

426.
O
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CO
M

CUYAMACA STATE BANK— EL CAJON.

Incorporated November 6, 1907.
^ ,.
—George Sears, President; C. O. Nichols, Vice-President; H. J. Hall, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier O . W. Carr,
Assistant Cashier.
i r e c t o r s — G. W. Fishburn, C. O. Nichols, H. J. Hall, Thos. Ballantyne, Chas. O. Graves, George Sears, William. Stell.

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.

lo a n s and discounts__ ______________
O verdrafts____t_______________________

_ _

_

.

Bank Dremises. furniture and fixtures..
Safe deposit vaults
............. .
Other real estate owned
Due from reserve hanks
Due from other banks. ___ ______ _______ _________ _________
Actual cash on hand
Exchanges fo r clearing house
Checks and other cash items

$91,193 86
27 37
14,359 05
7,667 81
320 75
8,142 19
10,390 90
____________

^_________

757 23

Totals

Capital stock paid in
Surplus
. ..

$134,487 28
LIABILITIES
................. .. ___ .
. . ..

......................... .

Other existing profits, collected, hut not in undivided profits account..
. . . . ........
Rills pnyahle- (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)




6,628 12

.

$25,000 00
3,500 00
2,915 88

64,968 23
7,885 41
17,711 76
6 00

12,500 00

$134,487 28

Savings
department

Combined
R E P O R T OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O P B A N K S ,

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

427.

FARM ERS & MERCHANTS BANK OF LONG BEACH— LONG BEACH.
Incoroorated November 21. 1907.

O ff icers —C. J. Walker, President; T. W. Williams, "Vice-President; W . H. Dunn, Secretary; C. E. Huntington, Cashier and Treas­

urer ; F. A. Ziegler, Assistant Cashier; H. V. Ketcherside, Assistant Cashier; A. R. Montgomery, Assistant Cashier.

D irectors —C. J. Walker, T. W. Williams, S. Townsend, W. H. Dunn, B. W. Hahn.

Statement of June 23,1915.

Loans and discounts----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

department

J

Combined

$520,650 64
236 45
103,900 00
25,463 38
2.0C0 C
O
10,958 00
135,799 91
45,000 00
80,080 95
6,715 23
494 67
1,250 00

$288,775 00

$931,549 23

$383,932 10

$1,315,481 33

$95,000 00
23,750 00
3,168 63

$25,600 00
9,250 00
4,916 35

$120,500 00
33,000 C
O
8,084 98

258,295 15

753,271 32
258,295 15

27,000 00

$809,425 64
236 45
130,900 00
25,463 38
2,000 00

53,901 98
14,255 12

10,958
189,701
45,000
94,336
5,715
494
1,250

00
89
00
07
23
67
C
O

LIABILITIES

753,271 32
73,470 60

73,470 60

8,847 28
47,500 00

12,500 00

8,847 28
60,000 00

$931,549 23

$383,932 10

$1,315,481 33

12 00

12 00

315




Commercial
department

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

RESOURCES

429.

00

M

‘ ‘ THE FIRST SAVINGS BANK OF GLENDORA ’ ’— GLENDORA.

05

.

Incoroorated January 13, 1908.
O f f i c e r s — W. L. Wiley, President; E. E. Gard, Vice-President; C . W. Chamberlain, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s —W. L. Wiley, Charles Ragan, L. N. Turner, I. B. Netzley, C. W. Richardson, E. E, Gard, A. M. Bernhardt.

RESOURCES

Commercial
department

Savings
department
$33,020 C
O
19,700 00
21,692 60
4*361 36
1,301 49

$80,075 45
LIABILITIES
$25,000 00
3,0C0 C
O
1,565 21

32,634 77
5,651 47
12,200 00

24 00
$80,075 45

Combined
R E P O R T O P S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N K S .




Statement of June 23,1915.

430.
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THE INDUSTRIAL BANK OP FRESNO— FRESNO.

Incorporated February 13, 1908.
— B. Okonagi, President; H. Kitahama, Vice-President; S. Miyano, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
i r e c t o r s —U. Ego, S. Nakasuji, S. Miyano, B. Okonagi, U. Kebo, H. Kitahama, T. Okano.

f f ic e r s

RESOURCES

Commercial
department

Savings
department

Combined

'
$35,796 26
45 00
23,090 17
300 00
6,284 00
4,488 35

—

—

73 90

.

1,000 00

$71,086 68
LIABILITIES
$28,300 00
1,500 00
1,698 35

184 23
34,943 25
1,480 00
2,974 35
6 50

f
317

$71,086 68

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.




Statement of June 23, 1915.

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FIRST SAVINGS BANK OF OAKLAND— OAKLAND.

Incorporated March 12, 1908.
— P. E. Bowles, President; George D. Metcalf, Vice-President; L. G. Burpee, Vice-President; O. D. Jacoby, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; J. P. Lange, Assistant Cashier; J. S. Burpee, Jr., Assistant Cashier.
i r e c t o r s — D. C. Morehouse, H. C. Morris, E. A. Heron, W. H. Taylor, L. G. Burpee, O. D. Jacoby, P. E. Bowles, G. D- Metcalf,
E. L. Dow.

318

432 AN D 432A.
f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23,1915.

...........

LIABILITIES
............ . ...............
Capital stock paid in .. _
_
Surplus
... ... _ . ...... ............ ............... .
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid ,.
Other existing profits, collected, but not in’ undivided profits account...
. _
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed) . . . . . . . .
Deposits", due to banks... . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . . .
Dividend’s unpaid
............. . .
......... ......................
.... _ ........................
. ..
Individual deposits subject to check
_ _
......
..
_ _
_
Savings deposits
...
...............................
Demand certificates o f deposit
.
. . .
. ..
.........
.
. .
Time certificates o f deposit
................
............. . ....... .........
Cashier’s checks
State, county and municipal deposits .
Postal savings deposits..........
Other liabilities
.......... .
. . .
Totals
N

..................

.....
.....
...............




$3,230,992 46

$3,408,628 79

13,075 00
29,000 00

462,655 09
534,000 00

475,730 09
563,000 00

40,328 49

173,039 18

213,367 67

25,851 73

84,988 60

110,840 33

290 00
193 51

290 00
193 51

$4,508,258 84

$4,794,150 89

$25,000 00
4,000 00
2,281 96

$475,000 00
59,000 00
43,006 53

$500,000 00
63,000 00
45,288 49

22,100 00

2,000 00

............

._

87,956 83
3l6C4^6i9’ 66’

.
.

..................

_

._ ..... .

86,640 28
3,652 30
155,000 00
35,702 45
43,637 62

.

$285,891 66

22,100 00

2,000 00

166,622 76

166,622 76

30 00

. —The above statement includes the business of the Seventh street branch office.
Bank, August 21, 1914.

ote

$177,636 33

$4,508,258 84

87,956 83
3,604,619 66
86,640
30
3,652
155,000
35,702
43,637

28
00

30
00
45
62

$4,794,150 39

Changed name from First Trust and Savings

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

...

Combined

$285,891 55

Loans and discounts__________ . .
_
__
...
_________ _
_ _
_
Overdrafts
Bonds, warrants, and other securities._ ......................
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures___ ______________ _____________ ____________________________
Safe deposit vaults
....
...
. .
Other real estate owned.
Due from reserve b a n k s _______
.
.
Due from other banks
_
.
_
Actual cash on hand
... ..
Exchanges fo r clearing h o u s e ......................
Checks and other cash items .................... ...... ........ _
Other resources
. . ..........
. .......
...........................
Totals .

Savings
department

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

435.
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“ BANK OF BEAUMONT” —BEAUMONT.

Incorporated May 13, 1908.
E. D. Reynolds, President; K. R. Smoot, Vice-President; E. J. Gillis, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
i r e c t o r s — E. D. Reynolds, F. C. Martin, K. R. Smoot, R. P. Stewart, E. J. Gillis.

f f ic e r s —

Statement of June 23,1915.
Commercial
department

Savings
department

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

RESOURCES

Combined

$106,521 10
76 71
14,000 00
4,500 00
600 00
32,786 51
10,465 50
129 15
—

—

$169,078 97
LIABILITIES.
$25,000 00
10,000 00

Athpr'o-ristTnfj profit's, collected, hut not in'undivided profits account_____________________________
■R 'payAhW’ ffnebiding’ certificates o f deDosit representing money borrowed)_____________________
fil/a

57,643 26
8,037 11
51,227 12
15 37
819 41
12,500 00
309 23
$169,078 97

'

—

_____

..__ ________
319




3,527 47

320

436.

BUTTE VALLEY STATE BANK— DORRIS.

Incorporated June 26, 1908.
Officers— Fred Melhase, President; Merrill Evans, Vice-President; F. C. Stitzer, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; Mollie Stitzer,
Assistant Cashier.
D irectors— Fred Melhase, Merrill Evans, F. C. Stitzer, Charles Bernath, J. T. Tuffs.
Statement of June 23, 1915.

O verdrafts_________________________________________________ ___________________ ________________
Bonds, warrants, and other securities.
.
..
.
..
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures.
_
Safe deposit vaults________________________________________________________________________________
Other real estate owned
. . .
Due from reserve hanlrs .
..
Due from other banks_________________________ _________________________________________________
Actual cash on hand
.......
... _
Exchanges for clearing house .
. . . . . . .... . . .
... .
Checks and other cash ite m s ........
. . ..
Other resources _
...................
.
....
...
..
Totals _

................... ........

$70,802 60
16,726 00
3,800 00
165 90
15,611 19
6,517 33
211 56
447 00
$113,280 58

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in
......... .
Surplus
. '
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid____________________________________________________
Other existing profits, collected, hut not in undivided profits account.
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money her rowed! _ _

$25,000 00
8,000 00

1,538 48
3,405 01
90 81

Dividends unpaid__________________________________________________________________________
Individual deposits snhjec.t to check. . .. .
... .

Cashier’s checks




.

...

..

.......

______

47^206 40
15,993 81
709 80
11,336 27

$113,280 58

Savings
department

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

438 AND 438B.

TRADERS’ BANK OF LOS ANGELES— LOS ANGELES.

21—19462

Incorporated August 10, 1908.
L. Wilson, President; Jos. D. Radford, Vice-President; Newman Essick, Vice-President; Thos. F. Cooke, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier ; F. E. Middleton, Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary.
D i r e c t o r s — Philip L. Wilson, Jos. D. Radford, Thos. F. Cooke, E. C. Moore, Dr. Wm. Brill, L. M. Davenport, Newman Essick,
W. W. Mines, Henry Klein, J. W. McKinley, E. T. Parke, N. F. Cooke, P. A. Stanton, D. F. Martin, B. H. Rice.

O f f i c e r s — P.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

T^ians and discounts.

_.T_

...................

.

.

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

$618,264 68
497 55
63,767 00
1,790 01

Savings
department

Combined

$558,676 68
6,000 00

$1,076,941 36
497 55
63,767 00
7,790 01

Capital stock paid in
Surplus
~ _...

....
. ...

75
34
29
35

3,426 75
123,542 21
11,752 58
108,089 33
3,209 70
541 01
26,769 91

$777,485 00

$648,842 41

$1,426,327 41

$175,000 00

Due from reserve banks______________________________________________ ____________________________
Due from other banks_____________________________ _____________ _____________________ __ ___

$75,000 00
8,500 00
11,112 50

$250,000 00
14,500 00
7,272 08

600 00
73,871 87
3,576 29
84,596 98
3,209 70
541 01
26,769 91

LIABILITIES.
... ..

....

..............

6,000 00

*3,840 42
Deposits, dun'to hanks

117,144 33
180 00
384,229 70

2,826
49,670
8,176
23,492

348,043 77

35,000 00
.........
Cashier’ s checks _
State, county and municipal deposits......
Postal savings deposits
’ .. _
...
Other liabilities
.
. ..... .
Totals

...

................
.........................

...

........

__




$777,485 00

$648,842 41

$1,426,327 41

321

♦Deficit.
N o t e .— The above statement includes the business of the Main street branch office.

206,186 14
579 00
8,192 39
55,000 00 ---------------- --------

117,144 33
180 00
384,229 70
348,043 77
35.000 00
206,186 14
579 00
8,192 39
55.000 00

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

322

441, 441A, 441C AND 441D.

HELLMAN COMMERCIAL TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK
—LOS ANGELES.
Incorporated September 14, 1908.

O fficers — Marco H. Heilman, President; Irving H. Heilman, Vice-President; C. R. Bell, Secretary and Treasurer; Emanuel Cohen,

Cashier; E. R. Millar, Assistant Cashier; H. B. Kelley, Assistant Cashier; Henry Schraffenberger, Assistant Cashier; W. E.
Gill, Assistant Secretary.

D irectors — L. C. Brand, W. H. Holliday, Geo. B. Epstein, Louis M. Cole, W. L. Valentine, Marco H. Heilman, Irving H. Heilman,

Benjamin E. Page, M. A. Hamburger, Henderson Hayward, H. C. Fryman, T. J. Fleming, W. H. Stimson, Harry Harris, W. J.
Doran, E. W. Sargent, J. Schultz, John T. Cooper, C. G. Lynch, I. L. Hibbard.
Trust
RESOURCES

Commercial

Savings

$1,563,396 87
3,318 59
307,832 64
75,742 28
16,513 53
9,891 68
550,906 39
51,102 09
328,498 04
84,833 79
8,379 63
l,6i4 82

Safe deposit vaults

Court trusts

$2,087,223 84

$100,000 00

473,023 83

$108,874 58

494,413 82
396,048 67

52,907 24

90,290 87

500 00

35
i
f
\
Private trusts
not under
supervision o f
48,286 50 StateBanking
9,800 00 Department

Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers

Totals_________________________________ ___________, _________ ! ___________
_
_

Combined
Private trusts
$3,750,620 71
3,318 59
884,731 05
75,742 28
16,513 53
504,305 50
999,862 30
51,102 09
419,286 91
84,833 79
8,379 98
1,644 82

48,286 50
9,800 00

$3,002,058 35

$3,541,001 38

$215,368 32

$100,000 00

$6,858,428 05

$275,000 00
190,016 40
10,616 68
8,081 76

$275,000 00
58,983 60

$100,000 00

$100,000 00

$750,000
255,000
20,616
11,128

87,992 46
3 00
1,842,635 19

9,400 00

LIABILITIES.

3,096 54

10,000 00

Cashier's cheeks

-

.....

. . .

00
10
57
29

177,953 61

100,000 00

Other liabilities
Deposits o f money received from executors, administrators, guardians,
assignees, receivers or trustees____________________________________________
Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers
................
or trustees
Trusts held as executor, administrator, guardian, assignee, receiver or
trustee, under order or dpcree o f any court
.....
..._

248,000 00

49,214 85
700 00
531 05

3,820 61
Private trusts
not under
supervision of
State Banking
105,368 32 Department
V
-------- y
-------- *

$3,002,058 35

$3,541,001 38

68

30

97,392 46
3 00
1,842,635 19
2,764,747 02
163,425 00
248,846 71
7,987 57
189,011 29
348,000 00
49,214 85
7C0 00
4,351 66

2,764,747 02
163,425
70,893
7,987
189,011

00
00

$215,368 32

$100,000 00

105,368 32
$6,858,428 05

N ote
.— The above statement includes the business of the Union Square, West Tenth street and South Spring street branch offices.


REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

445.

TWENTY-THIRD AVENUE BANK— OAKLAND.

O f f ic e r s — B . F. Edwards, President; C.
D ir e c t o r s — B . F. Edwards, John Ryan,

Incorporated February 24, 1909.
F. Montgomery, Vice-President, Treasurer and Cashier;
C..F. Montgomery, Nat Cressley, C. B . Zabriskie.

B.

F. Edwards, Jr., Secretary.

Statement of June 23,1915.

Loans and discounts
Overdrafts
Bonds, warrants, and other securities

. _

.........

_ .. .
.

Savings
department

$63,644 80
_

Safe deposit vaults
Other real estate owned
Due from reserve hanks
Due from other hanks. ..
.
.
.
Actual cash on hand______________________________________________________________________________
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks and other cash items
Other resources . . .
..
Totals__________ ______________________________________________________________________________

$34,666 47

Combined
$128,311 27
103,934 27
2,940 00
1,C60 00

103,934 27
2,940 00
1,060 00
19,262 84

2,786 12

22,048 96

12,203 55

1,827 74

14,031 29

$203,045 46

$69,280 33

$272,325 79

$7,000 00

$25,000 00
5,510 00
1,618 05
3,152 64

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in

.

.

...............
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Other existing profits, collected, hut not in undivided profits account .

Individual deposits subject, to check
Sayings deposits
..
Time certificates o f deposit
Certified checks
Cashier’s checks
........
Postal savings deposits
Other liabilities *
...




...

60,376 41

, '
......
._

...

.

......

26,228 07

137,676 81
60,376 41
26,228 07

263 81

.......

263 81

12,500 00

___
___

1,903 92

137,676 81

......
...... .
...........

...

00

00
05
72

12,500 00

$203,045 46

$69,280 33

$272,325 79

323

Totals

.............
..
.

$18,000
5,510
1,618
1,248

................

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

324

448.

HOME SAVINGS BANK OF ESCONDIDO— ESCONDIDO.
Incorporated April 21, 1909.

O f f ic e r s — W. H. Baldridge, President; G. W. Wisdom, Vice-President; P. G. Baldridge, Secretary, Treasurer
D ir e c t o r s — W. H. Baldridge, G. W. Wisdom, F. H. Roberts, H. F. Bloom, F. G. Baldridge, L. B. Hooper, L. R.

Nelson Olds.

and Cashier.
Tilghman, H. M. Hall,

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES

Savings
department

Combined

13,500 00
700 00
10,441 41
2,239 82
26 01
$126,706 24
LIABILITIES
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account____- ________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)______________________

$25,000 00
3,200 00
2,742 11

67,650 65
17,113 48 -----------------------11,000 00

Totals




..................

$126,706 24

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

$99,799 00

449.

FAIROAKS BANK— FAIROAKS,
Incorporated April 27, 1909.

O fficers — A. T. Hodge, President; A. Van Maren, Vice-President; C. H. Slocum, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; A. G. Graham,

Assistant Cashier.

D irectors — A. T. Hodge, W . R. Gore, C. H. Slocum, C. D. Levering, A. Van Maren, Alden Anderson, H. G. Studarus.

_

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Overdrafts
. . . . . .
Bonds, warrants, and other securities........

Due from other hanlrs

$32,482 00
17 78
16,752 50
9,447 44
370 37
3,458 00
7,250 00

..........

....!.___ .

Exchanges for elearlng house ...
.
Checks and other cash items ...........

.

4,014 82

•

$73,792 91
LIABILITIES
$25,000 00
600 00
20 00

Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)__________ _________

Deposits, due to hanks
Dividends unpaid

........... '
.

151 44

'

.

. . .

...

. .

..

23,595 52
Demand certificates o f deposit.

-

.

Savings
department

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

.
11,307 77

Cashier’ s checks
Other liabilities
Totals

.

_
'

.

. ...... . . .
12,500 00
618 18

........
.

.

.

.

.

$73,792 91

325




.

326

450.

“ HOMESTEAD BANK ’ ’— BERKELEY.

Incorporated May 26, 1909.
Officers—W. P. Woolsey, President; Robert R. Yates, Vice-President; Frederick H. Clark, Vice-President, Treasurer and Cashier;
George M. Habel, Secretary and Assistant Cashier; Henry F. Dryden, Assistant Cashier.
D irectors— Geo. H. Taylor, Frederick H. Clark, Robert R. Yates, G. L. Schneider, Wm. A. Powell, W. P. Woolsey, Hewitt Davenport,
Gordon Hall, Frank D. Stringham.
Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts-------------------------

----

$72,093 78

Savings
department

Combined
$336,863 68
70,048 48
40,317 22
468 00

7,946 90

6,250 40
512 19
6,986 50

37,075 92
512 19
14,933 40

10 20

25

10 45
1,649 35

$147,889 23

$354,001 14

$501,890 37

$40,3C0 00
5,100 00
400 00
1,557 86

$50,800 C
O
7,650 00
739 21
782 17

$91,] C C
O O
12,750 00
1,139 21
2,340 03

208,312 38

.

34,693 68
40,317 22
468 00

30,825 52

-------------------------------------------------

$264,769 90

35,351 80

------------------

74,852
208,312
3,566
59,840

11 68

Actual cash on hand---------------------------------- ----------------------------------------------------------------- ----------------

l,j649 35

11 68

LIABILITIES
Surplus

’

.

...

■Rills rnyable~(i’nc.lnding certificates nf deposit, representing money borrowed)

Deposits', due to banks__ _________________

___ ____________ ___ ___ _____________
74,852 73

Time certificates o f deposit.

.. ... ........

3,566 77
121 80
358 72

Postal savings deposits.....

................

20,000 00

59,840 50
25,320 66

73
38
77
50
121 80
358 72
45,320 66

1,631 35

N ote .— Changed name from Homestead Savings Bank, November 24, 1914.




556 22

2,187 57

$147,889 23

$354,001 14

$501,890 37

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

456.

“ BANK OF CONCORD’ — CONCORD.

Incorporated February 26, 1910.
Officers— J. F. Busey. President; Jos. L. Silveira, Vice-President; Leon L. Herrick, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; John
Williams Assistsint Cashior
D irectors— j! F. Busey, M. F. Russi, Fred W. Blume, Leon L. Herrick, W. K. Cole, N. S. Boone, Jos. L. Silveira.
Statement of June 23, 1915.

Tuans and discounts;
...
Overdrafts
.
.......
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
Due from reserve hanks

.. .

..........
.....

.....................
...

Actual cash on hand

_

.

20,000 00

19,432 25
39,500 00

1,908
11,267 13

1,908 80
22,883 93

6,951 07

...........

$184,111 87

19,388 65

11,616 80

....... .

$99,135 74

43 60
19,500 00

6,105 50

13,056 57

121 66

Totals

..........

_.. _
_

LIABILITIES
____
.
fiapit.al stock paid in . . . .
Surplus
*.
.. _
_
.
. ..
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid ...
. . . .
Other existing profits, collected, hut. not. in undivided profits account___
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)
Deposits, due to hanks
...............
......
Dividends unpaid
...
...___
...
.
..
Individual deposits subject to check .......... _
.. .
Savings deposits
. _
Demand certificates o f deposit
_
_•___
.. ..
Time certificates o f deposit___________________
^_______ ___________ - ___
Certified checks
.. .
.
.
Cashier’s checks
......
........................ . ............ .....
State, county and municipal deposits
_
.
Postal savings deposits * . . . ' .
Other liabilities
Totals

_




............................................

Combined

$84,976 13

.............
...

Savings
department

121 66

$123,209 26

$281,015 08

$17,500 00
3,200 00
265 65
...............

$157,805 82

$20,000 00

$37,500 00
3,200 00
2,780 96

$2,515 31

22,500 00

22,500 00

...
79,229 07
117,790 51

79,229 07
117,790 51

17,500 00

514 54
17,500 00

$157,805 82

$281,015 08

____________________
514 54

$123,209 26

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

BANK OF LOLETA-LOLETA.

328

461.

Incorporated September 7, 1910.
O fficers — R. O. Dickson, President; W. F. Dickson, Vice-President; E. E. Hill, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
D irectors — R. O. Dickson, W. F. Dickson, E. E. Hill, H. C. Hansen, John Holst.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

RE SO U R C E S

12,876 54
4,312 28
735 13
$87,810 80
LIABILITIES
Surplus .

...

.

......

_ ....

Individual deposits subject tn oheoV

.............

.....

..........

$25,000 00
1,500 00
1,270 42

40,260 05
4,228 52
2,535 00
48 00
12,000 00

959 81

Totals._____ _______ ;__________________________________ ;____________________________




$87,810 80

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

$44,301 65
1,585 20
18,500 00
5,500 00

Savings
department

464 AND 464A.

BANK OF TRACY— TRACY.

22— 19462

Incorporated June 11, 1909.
Officers— J. C. Droge, President; Wm. Schmidt, Vice-President; O. H. Root, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; A. L. Bovo, Assistant
Cashier; L. O. Stark, Assistant Cashier.
Directors— J. C. Droge, Wm. Schmidt, John Rathjen, J. Saxoner, M. C. Preston.
Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES

Totals

.

fJapltal stock paid In
Surplus
.

_.

......................
...................

.....................

$411,643
327
41,876
10,427

16
61
43
63

1,000 00
1,000 00

8,670 05
8,251 22

18,328 68
714 00
21,520 24

73 00 ....... ..................-

73 00

.

.

$267,628 00

$506,910 75

$45,C O C
O O
4,100 C
O
*1,002 87

_ .........

$30,C O 00
O
2,500. C
O
7,444 76

$75,000 C
O
6,600 C
O
6,441 89

22,000 C
O
5,295 48

.

.

_ ....

_

♦Deficit.
Note.— The above statement includes the business of the Byron branch office.




11,551 43

LIABILITIES.

Savings deposits
"...
__
......
Demand certificates o f deposit.............
Time certificates o f deposit ........... .............. ................
Certified checks _ _ ’
_
.. . ___
. ........
_ .
Cashier’s checks ______________________________________*__________ _____________ ___ ______ _______
State, county and municipal deposits______________________________ ____________________________
Postal savings deposits
Other liabilities ________________ :_________________________________ ____________________ _______
. _

$239,155 30

$239,282 75

Other existing profits, collected, hut not. in’ undivlded profits account
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)
Deposits, due to hanks ...............
..............
Dividends unpaid ...
....... ........ ...................
_ _ _ ...

Totals

$172,487 86
327 61
30,325 00
10,427 63
l.CCO C
O
1 ,C 0 00
C
9,658 63
714 C
O
13,269 0?

Combined

128,700 72

22,000 C
O
5,295 48
219,183 24

2,008 90
15,050 C
O
75 C
O

128,700
219,183
2,008
15,050
75

72
24
90
00
C
O

16,800 00
1,255 52

8,500 00

25,300 00
1,255 52

$239,282 75

$267,628 00

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Loans and discounts________________ _____________ ________ ____________ _______ _______________
Overdrafts
...........
Bonds, warrants, and other securities____ __________ ______________ _______ ___ __________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures............
Safe deposit vaults__
— ___________ !_________________ _____________________ _____________
Other real estate ow n ed... ______________ ________ ________ ____________ _____________ ___
Due from reserve hanks..
___.
_______
_
Due from other hanlrs
..................
Actual cash on hand
Exchanges fo r clearing house________ ________ ________________________________________________
Ohecks and other cash Items
..................
..
...........
...... .
Other resources

Savings
department

$506,910 75

Iw

330

465.

HOME SAVINGS BANK OF W OODLAND-WOODLAND.

Incorporated June 22, 1909.
— M. O. Harling, President; T. J . Vaughn, Vice-President; R. J. Gibson, Vice-President; R. H. Schluer, Secretary and
Assistant Cashier; J. D. Harling, Treasurer and Cashier; W. P. Baird, Assistant Cashier; P. G. Friday, Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s —M. O. Harling, T. J. Vaughn, Richard Alge, R. J. Gibson, D. B. Guile, D. A. McGriff, R. H. Beamer, T. H. Ryder,
Otto Schluer.
Statement of June 23, 1915.
O

f f ic e r s

RESOURCES

Savings
department
$824,365 81
293,213 50

97,538 68
45,464 61
l.OCO 00
$1,061,582 60
L IA B IL IT IE S

Capital stock paid in-------------------- -------- ---------------------- ----------- -------Surplus ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid__________________________
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account______
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)
Deposits, due to banks---------------------------------------------------------------------Dividends unpaid------------------------------- -------------------------------- -------------Individual deposits subject to check-----------------------------------------------------Savings deposits------------------- --------------------------------- ------------------------Demand certificates of deposit_______________________________________
Time certificates of deposit----------------------------------------------------------------Certified checks_____________________________________________________
Cashier’s checks------------------------------------------------------------------------ ------State, county and municipal deposits._________________________________
Postal savings deposits______________________________:-----------------------Other liabilities_________________ ___________________________________
Totals.




$125,000 C
O
31,250 00
31,308 01

152 C
O
811,372 59

62‘ 566"c6’

.,061,582 60

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

Commercial
department

466.

FIRST SAVINGS B A N K -V A L L E JO.

Incorporated July 23, 1909.
— B. F. Griffin, President and Manager; Charles Widenmann, Vice-President; Jos. R. English, Vice-President; Geo. R.
Cadan, Secretary and Treasurer; J. E. Hamlen, Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — Jos. R. English, Charles Widenmann, B. F. Griffin, P. E. Bowles, Frank R. Devlin, J. E. Godley, Phillip Steffan.

O

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Savings
department

Combined

$322,531 05
130,355 00
988 C
O
44,109 97
23,255 18
361 47
$521,600 67
L IA B IL IT IE S

TTndividfid profits, lass fixpansas and lavas paid

......
1

$40,000
7.000
10,293
3.000

00
00
73
C
O

461,167 23

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

resou rces

139 71
Totals___ _______________ _______ — ____________ ________ ______________ _______________ ____ ___




$521,600 67
CO
CO

HONGKONG AND SHANGHAI BANKING CORPORATION (AGENCY) SAN FRANCISCO.

332

468.

Incorporated July 20, 1867.
— D . Landale, Chairman; W. L. Pattenden, Deputy-Chairman; Thos. S. Baker, Agent.
D i r e c t o r s — S. H. Dodwell, G. T. M. Edkins, C. S. Gubbay, P. H. Holyoak, J. A. Plummer, E. Shellim, D. Landale, W. L. Pattenden

O

f f ic e r s

RESOURCES

Commercial
department

T
$210,832 37
2,677 45
602,678 57
$816,188 39
LIABILITIES
$50,000 00
245 61
7,574 67
2,046 30
9,191 67

747,i30 14
$816,188 39

Savings
department

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.




Statement of June 23, 1915.

469.

THE BANK OF GARDEN GROVE— GARDEN GROVE.

Incorporated July 9, 1909.
E. Cloyes, President; J. Allan Knapp, Vice-President; F. H. Cloyes, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; K. N. Coplen,
Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — Chas. W. McKeen, J. Allan Knapp, H. C. Head, F. E. Cloyes, Frank Ey, John Weisser, C. S. Holt.
O f f i c e r s — F.

RESOURCES

Commercial
department
$82,162 59
2 66

14,712 62
5,C O C
O O
30,782 57
9,410 74
421 85
$142,493 C
3
LIABILITIES
$25,OCO C
O
2,200 C
O
4,412 34
166 79

73,487 04

Savings
department

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

14,595 12
5,010 09
12,500 C
O
5,i21 65
$142,493 C
3

333




Statement of June 23, 1915.

470.

cc
00

‘ ‘ BANK OF PERRIS ’ ’— PERRIS.

Incorporated November 20, 1908.
O f f i c e r s — W. W. Stewart, President and Secretary; W. G. Stewart, Treasurer and Cashier; C. R. Stewart, Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — W. W. Stewart, Edward Poorman, W. G. Stewart.

RESOURCES

Commercial
department

Savings
department

Combined

$84,195 21
506 84
1C.CC0 00

28,677 10
8,491 69
1,475 82
$133,346 66
LIABILITIES
$25,000 00
6,250 C
O
1,528 93

1

72,597 44
18,970 29

9,CC0 C
O

$133,346 66

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.




Statement of June 23, 1915.

471.
O
D

“ BANK OP HIGHGROVE ’ ’— HIGH GROVE.

Incorporated January 7, 1909.
S. Moulton, President; F. M. Ryon, Vice-President; W. H. Ryon, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
i r e c t o r s — E. S. Moulton, W. H. Ryon, F. M. Ryon, Albert J. Twogood, E. F. Wolever, N. H. Twogood, W. H. Brown.

f f ic e r s —

E.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Savings
department

Combined

$41,456 43
500 00
1,730 00
17,752 40
3,173 83

$64,612 66
LIABILITIES
...
_ .

Capital stoclr paid in

Savings deposits .
Demand certificates o f deposit
...
Time certificates o f deposit ..........
Certified check's . . .




.......

$25,000 00
800 00
855 23

...

.......

. ...

.

... _ .

_ ...... ....
.................

4,715 20 ------------------------

—

214 50
........

..............

$64,612 66

335

................

.

33,027 73

State, county and municipal deposits..........
Postal savings deposits ..... ”..
Totals

___

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

472.

BANK OF LA MESA— LA MESA.

C
O

Incorporated June 14, 1909.
O f f i c e r s — S. C. Grable, President; C. C. Park, Vice-President; L.
Sperbeck, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; E.
D

ir e c t o r s

— S. C. Grable, C. C. Park, L. Sperbeck,

W.

CTi

C. Upp,

E. Thorne, H. C. Park, E. C. Upp, C. R. Fitzgerald.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Safe deposit vaults_____________________________________________________________________
Due from reserve banks_________________________________________________________________

$82,719 96
343 98
15,739 67
3,650 00
2,500 00
29,389 25
9,595 73
8,135 62
745 69
$152,819 90

LIABILITIES
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid .

_ __

_

___________ __ _

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account_________________________
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)___________________




$25,000 00
3,500 00
3,615 97

89,547 31
2,485 00
16,671 62
12,000 00

$152,819 90

Savings
department

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

474.

THE FIRST BANE OF SAN ANSELMO— SAN ANSELMO.
Incorporated October 13, 1909.
H. S. Foote, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; Thomas F.

O fficers — J. C. Haas, President; E. K. Wood, Vice-President;

D irectors — J. C. Raas, E . K. Wood, Thos. W. Collins, Carl Westerfield, H. S. Foote.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts.______________ ______ _______________________ _____________ ___________________

Combined

11,965 48

3,913 38

15,878 86

30 00

140 00
736 31

$146,794 69

..........

2,020 59
53,979 05

140 00
706 31

_.

2,020 59
8,545 59

$153,703 74

$300,498 43

$20,000 00

$15,000 00
3,500 00
1,517 47

$35,000 00
3,500 00
1,605 37

133,686 27

114,875 79
133,686 27

43
97
80
24

$122,765 27

LIABILITIES
87 90

114,875 79
500 00

500 00

2,000 00

2,000 00

33 75
9,285 25

33 75
9,285 25

12 00 ....... .....................

$146,794 69

$153,703 74

12 00

$300,498 43

337




.

$178,476 70
863 97
31,604 71
17,298 24

45,433 46
Exchanges for clearing house

15,873 91
555 00

$55,711
363
15,730
16,743

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Savings
department

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

338

475.

CITIZENS’ BANK OF OAK PARK— (OAK PARK) SACRAMENTO.

Incorporated October 30, 1909.
C. Muddox, President; W . T. Poster, Vice-President; D . K . Colclough, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; Geo.
Zoller, Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary.
i r e c t o r s —V. L. Hatfield, Geo. Blodgett, H. C. Muddox, Alden Anderson, W. T. Poster, W. W. Bassett, D. K. Colclough.

O f f ic e r s — H .
D

E.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
RESOURCES

Other resources______________ . ___________________________________________________________________
Totals

_

... _ ......................................

Sayings
department

Combined

$40,122 52
284 24
13,236 40
2,808 03
2,074 60

$28,054 14

500 00

$68,176 66
284 24
17,673 20
2,803 03
2,574 60

8,872 32

1,614 94

10,487 26

4,799 17

732 27

5,531 44

4,436 80

20 00

$72,212 28

20 00

$35,338 15

$107,550 43

LIABILITIES
Surplus - ____________________

__________________________________________________________ ________

$20,000 00
600 00
*90 07

Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)______________________
37,597 29
36 00
1,600 00
920 00
537 58
10,000 00

$5,000
300
407
915

00
O
O
73
58

•Deficit.




00
00
66

58

2,500 00

37,597 29
26,214 84
36 O
O
1,600 00
920 00
537 58
12,500 00

$35,338 15

$107,550 43

26,214 84

1,011 48
$72,212 28

$25,000
900
317
915

1,011 48

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Bonds, warrants, and other securities... ■
................
B ant premises, furniture and fixtures
.........
. ....
.....
.....
..................
Safe deposit vaults______________________________________ _________________________________________
Other real estate owned__ __________ _________________________________________________ ___________ _
Due from reserve hants.........
- ......................
...
... ..
Due from other banks____ ______ _______________________________________________________________ _
Actual cash on hand______________________________________ __________________ _____________________
Exchanges for clearing house_______________________________________ ______________________ _____

Commercial
department

476.
O
D

f f ic e r s

AUBURN SAVINGS BANK— EAST AUBURN.

Incorporated September 16, 1898.
— E. T. Robie, President; L. Huntley, Vice-President and Secretary; G. W. Brundage, Treasurer and Cashier.
— E. T. Robie, L. Huntley, Geo. P. Collins, C. H. Slade, G. W. Brundage.

ir e c t o r s

R ESO U RCES

Commercial
department

Savings
department
$198,753 48
67,743 42
3,070 35
15,768 68
4,900 00

$290,235 93
L IA B IL IT IE S

$50,000 00
2,970 00
8,727 48

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

199,038 17
3,567 69
25,000 00
932 59
$290,235 93

339




Statement of June 23, 1915.

340

477.

RUSS-W ILLIAMS BANKING COMPANY— FERNDALE.

Incorporated November 17, 1909.
— Frank G. Williams, President; Wm. N. Russ, Vice-President; George M. Brice, Vice-President; R. S. Feenaty, Secre­
tary, Treasurer and Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — Frank G. Williams, Wm. N. Russ, Georgia Russ Williams, R. S. Feenaty, Geo. M. Brice.
O

f f ic e r s

RESOURCES

Commercial
department
$121,914 37
39,486 50
2,016 53
36,058 00
15,981 43
5 00
$215,461 83

LIABILITIES
$25,000 00
7,500 00
3,569 50

96,096 95
905 83
71,182 55
707 00
10,500 00

$215,461 83

Savings
department

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.




Statement of June 23, 1915.

478.

FIRST SAVINGS BANK OF SISKIYOU COUNTY— YREKA.

Incorporated September 27, 1909.
Officers— Fred E. Wadsworth, President; Claude E. Gillis, Vice-President; J. A. Thomas, Secretary and Treasurer; H. C.
Patterson, Assistant Secretary and Assistant Treasurer.
D irectors— Fred E. Wadsworth, Claude E. Gillis, J. P. Churchill, M. C. Beem, Lillian M. Julien, E. C. Hart, Amelia L. Huseman.
Statement of June 23, 1915.

O verdrafts_______________ ____________________________________________________ ___________________
Bonds, warrants, and other securities________________________________________________________ ;____




Commercial
department

Savings
department

Combined

$240,039-90
22,110 66

4,633 36
6,509 81

$273,293 73
LIABILITIES
$30,C O 00
O
2,600' O
O
4,591 28
885 34

235,217 11
1

$273,293 73

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

resources

342

481.

THE FIRST BANK OF SAVINGS OF FORT BRAGG— FORT BRAGG.
Incorporated January 11, 1910.

O fficers — Leonard Barnard, President; George Golden, Vice-President; J. E. Weller, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
D irectors — R. T. Bourns, J. E. Weller, Leonard Barnard, George Golden, F. Windeliux, Clarence Broback, L. J. Scoofy.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

resources

'.

.......

......

. .

. .

.

.

$145,627 07

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_______________________________________________________, _____
Safe deposit vaults__ __ __________________________________________________ * ___ _____________

14,243 90
2,272 C
O

Due from reserve banks___ !____ __________________________________________________________________

4,825 80
5,193 11

Actual cash on hand_____________________________________________________________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_____ _
_ ___ _____________________________________________________

4,450 48

Other resources ___________________ ____________________________________________ - _________________
Totals

.. .

.

..... .

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid In
Surplus ...........
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Other existing profits, collected, but not In undivided profits account..
Bills payable (Including certificates o f deposit representing money horrowed)
Deposits, duo to banks.

.

$176,646 66

$25,000 00
2,650 00
1,284 66

..................

Individual deposits subject, to check.
Savings deposits ..
.. ....
.......... ...................
...
.........
Demand certificates o f deposit
.........
. . . ___ _
Time certificates o f deposit____________________ :__________________________________________________
Certified checks
”.................. ..
.......... ..... ...........
1
_
.... ... .
State, county and municipal deposits .
Postal savings deposits
Other liabilities ........
.......




. . .
.... .

.....

. . . .

34 30

_
_

135,212 C
O

12,500 00

$176,646 66
'

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Loan* and discounts

Savings
department

484.

MONOGHAN & MURPHY BANK— NEEDLES.
Incorporated July 8, 1905.

O fficers — T. J. Murphy, President; James Johnson, Vice-President; Dan Murphy, Secretary; W. C. Kaiser, Treasurer, Manager

and Cashier.

D irectors — T. J. Murphy, D. C. Russell, George S. Briggs, James Johnson, W . C. Kaiser, Dan Murphy, P. B. Gabbert.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Savings
department
•
Overdrafts
■Ronds, warrants, and other securities
Safe deposit vaults..

.

.

.

.

..........
.

$89,692 10
18 40
79,426
400
18,687
48,606
25,491
23,522

.

59
CO
48
47
32
25

664 71
10,690 34
$297,199 66
LIABILITIES
Surplus

"

..... . . . .

$25,000 00.
75,OCC 00
15,103 39

144,926 19
37,170 08

$297,199 66

343




...

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

344

485.

‘ ‘ THE LINDSAY SAVINGS BANK ’ ’— LINDSAY.

Incorporated March 3, 1910.
Officers— Ernest L. Daniells, President; G. K. Hostetter, Vice-President; G. V. Reed, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; E. B.
Varian, Assistant Cashier, Assistant Secretary and Assistant Treasurer.
D irectors— D. O. Bishop, E. L. Daniells, G. V. Reed, G. K. Hostetter, B. A. Angell, W. H. Becraft, P. C. Waltenbaugh.
Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts- .
...
...
._ .
.
... ..
Overdrafts
.............
..........
Ronds, warrants, and other securities
............_ .
.........
....
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
_
Safe deposit vaults____________________________ _________________________ __________ ___________
Other real estate owned_______ _______________________ — ______________________________________
Due from reserve hanks .
......... ...................
Due from other hanks
.
_ . ............. ...
...
..
.........
Actual cash on hand
......
Exchanges fo r clearing house .
Checks and other cash items .
__
Other resources
.
......................
Totals . . .....

............

.

.

. . .

...........

_________________________

$127,125 C
O
5,C O C
O O

5,488 37
6 ,ICO 00

$143,713 37

LIABILITIES
Capital Stock paid in
....
...........
Surplus .....................
....
______
.. .
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
.... .
Other existing profits, collected, but not in’ undivided profits account
.....................
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)_____________________
Deposits, due to hanks
.....
Dividend's unpaid ......
.....
. ...
Individual deposits subject to check
....
.
...... ......
Savings deposits ____________________________________ ____________________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit
.. .
...
...

Certified checks _____ "____________________ _____

Savings
department

________

$25,C O 00
O
4,C O C
O O
3,998 58

103,583 71
7,133 08

State, county and municipal deposits______ ;_______________ ___ __________________________

Postal savings deposits
Other liabilities _____
Totals

.........




..... . _____
___
_____ ____ ___________
...

___

...

.....

$143,713 37

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

486.

“ FRESNO SAVINGS BANK” — FRESNO.

Incorporated March 16, 1910.
Officers— A. B. Clark, President; J. S. Jones, Vice-President; L. O. Stephens, Vice-President; W. R. Wells, Secretary, Treasurer
d.ncl CA.shi©i*

D irectors— A. B. Clark, J. S. Jones, L. O. Stephens, E. J. Bullard, W. J. Kittrell, J. L. Maupin, J. J. Miley, W. O. Miles, D. H.
Trowbridge, C. R. Puckhaber, F. J. Dow.
RESOURCES

Commercial
department

Savings
department
$559,473 59
26,150 00
33,000 00
34,856 95
23,084 14
238 68
$676,803 36

LIABILITIES
$67,500 00
3,500 C
O
16,732 78
752 50

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

588,318 08

$676,803 36

345




Statement of June 23, 1915.

846

487.

THE REDDING SAVINGS BANK— REDDING.

Incorporated March 23, 1910.
Officers— N. B. Frisbie, President; W. D. Tillotson, Vice-President; E. C. Frisbie, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
D irectors— N. B. Frisbie, Mark Firth, W. D. Tillotson, James Young, Edwin Moore.
Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES

Exchanges for clearing house_________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ - ___________
Checks and other cash items__________________________________________________________________________________________________________ - _______
Other resources ...... ........
Totals

..........

_

..............

.

_

.

.............

................

$218,031 39
221,526 05
.............. ..............
2,945 75
31,163 49
19,894 53

'

4,000 00

.......................

_

Combined

$497,561 21

LIABILITIES

Surplus

" . . .

...

_

Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid

..................

_

.....................

...

.......

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account__ _____________________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)_____________________________________
Deposits, due to banks________________________________________ _____________________________________ _________________________________________
Dividends unpaid ____________________ :______________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check______________ _ _________________________________________________________________________________

Savings deposits .

................................................ .

Certified checks
Cashier’s checks

................

Postal savings deposits "
Totals

...




................

..............

$50,000 00
3,240 00
5,323 77

413,198 25

...........
12,000 00

... *

13,799 19 -------------------—
..............

$497,561 21

—

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Overdrafts _________________________________________ ______________ ____ _______________________________________ __________i ___________________
_
Bonds, warrants, and other securities________________ _____ _____________________________________________________- _________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures------------------------------- -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Safe deposit vaults__________________________________________ ______ ._______________ ; ______________________________________________________________
_
Other real estate owned___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Due from reserve banks________________________________________________________________ ._________________________________________________________
Due from other banks_____________________________________________________t_______________________________________________________________________

Savings
department

488.

HIGHLAND PARK BANK— LOS ANGELES.

Incorporated March 26. 1910.
Officers— H. A. Church, President; C. M. Church, Vice-President; C. W. Montgomery, Secretary and Treasurer; Oren Lientz,
Cashier; L. W. Gatch, Assistant Cashier.
D irectors— H. A. Church, C. M. Church, W. R. Myers, C. W. Montgomery, R. O. Church, D. W. Horst, C. C. Cottle.
Statement of June 23, 1915.

j

Savings
department

Combined

Banlr premises, furniture and fixtures
Safe deposit vaults
. ...
. _

.......
.. .

.

....
..............

$95,266 57

$227,910 64

16,000 00
6,600 00
1,247 50

__________ -________ ______ _

$132,644 07

1,000 00

17,000 00
6,600 00
1,247 50

31,882 04

Loans and discounts________________________________ ______ _____
Overdrafts .
....
...................

3,632 04

35,514 08

11,251 95

2,000 00

13,251 95

Due from other banks___________________ __________ _______,________________ . ___________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________ _______________
Other resources '.. .

.

.

...

............ ..... .

______________________
.

____________

... .... ........

40 00

40 00

$199,665 56

$101,898 61

$301,564 17

$20,000 00
5,000 00
1,862 51

$5,000 00
5,000 00
2,140 03

$25,000 00
10,000 O
O
4,002 54

LIABILITIES.
Surplus
"
.
_ .........
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
. . . .
_ .
. _
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account______________________ .______
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed) __________ . . . _____
Deposits, due to hanks........... ..
_ .
... ....
.
. _ ....... ........
Dividends unpaid _____________ ______________________ _______________ ____ ___________ ___ ___ _
Individual deposits subject, to check.
_
..........
..............

155,148 87
3,000 00

Certified checks ___________ _____________________________________________
Cashier’ s checks

.... .......

_ . _............. ..........
.

_ .

__________

State, county and municipal deposits______________.____ ; ___ _____ __ ______ _________
_
Postal savings deposits__________.______________________________________ ____________
Other liabilities ______________________ ________ .___ ;____ _______ __________________ . . .

10,703 23
2,154 18
12,500 00

$199,665 56

155,148 87
79,055 35
3,000 00
10,703 23
2,154 18
12,500 00

$101,898 61

$301,564 17

347




79,055 35

r

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

489 AN D 489A.

SACRAMENTO VALLEY BANK AND TRUST COMPANY— SACRAMENTO.

Incorporated March 31, 1910.
Officers— George J. Bryte, President; E. L. Southworth, Vice-President; P. L. Holland, Vice-President; Wm. Skeels, Secretary
Treasurer and Cashier; E. J. Rader, Assistant Cashier; P. J. Azevedo, Assistant Cashier.
’
D irectors— P. H. Metcalf, G. J. Bryte, P. L. Holland, E, J. Rader, E. L. Southworth, A. G. Burnett, P. T. Dwyer, E. J. Carraghar,
B. P. Walton, S. W. McKim, R. J. Van Voorhies, J. A. Hill, M. E. Sanborn, T. W. Madeley, S. N. Feldheim, J. E. Govan,
A. Teichert, J. Neitzel, Wm. Skeels, Geo. K. Rider, W. R. Fountain.

00

Statement of J une 23, 1915.
C om m ercial

Combined

Savings
Court trusts

$663,842 11
176 90
2,066 20
26,336 33
129,765 78
46,420 43
29,492 37
994 81
5,917 83
'■

$967,670 43

$60,000 00

P rivate trusts

$60,900 00

281,266 85

66,489 22
26,454 57
11,152 83

2,384 33
101 71
1,250 00
8,907 17 Private trusts
not under
supervision of
1,005 50 StateBanking
700 C Department
O

I

$905,012 76

$1,752,412 54
176 90
283,333 05
26,336 33
198,639 33
72,976 7140,645 20
994 81
7,167 83
8,907 17
1,005 50
700 00

$1,353,033 90

$71,862 67

$83,386 04

$2,393,295 37

$165,000 00

$80,000 00

$60,000 00

$600,000 00

1,250 00

3,386 04

36,096 76
17,819 99

L IA B I L I T IE S .

$315,000
9,000
15,702
3,167

00
00
47
43

Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)—

1,418 33
20,510 99
30,730 17
6,972 31
791 09
1,015 15

48,634 95
878,273 66

198,500 00
21,185 31
29 17

*

administrators, guardians,

8,907 17 Private trusts
not under
supervision o f
StateBanking
1,705 50 Department

Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers
Trusts held as executor, administrator, guardian, assignee, receiver or

$905,012 76

N ote.—The above statement includes the business of the lone branch office.




20,000 00

1
54,854 S3
46 82
445,803 67

Deposits o f money received from executors,

11,000 00

15,758 25
14,652 56

$1,353,033 90

$71,862 67

$63,386 04

54,854 33
46 82
494,438 62
878,273 66
1,418 33
20,510 99
30,730 17
6,972 31
198,500 00
21,976 40
1,044 32
8,907 17

1,705 50
$2,393,295 37

R E P O R T OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T OP B A N K S .

T rust
RESOU RCES

490.

‘ ‘ PETALUMA SWISS-AMERICAN BANK ’ ’— PETALUMA.

Incorporated April 9, 1910.
Officers— Thomas Maclay, President; L. R. Filippini, Vice-President; Joseph Bloom, Vice-President; R. Righetti, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; Walter R. Hall, Assistant Cashier.
D irectors— Thomas Maclay, Jno. V. Filippini, Vittore Berri, Joseph Bloom, J. R. Bonetti, L. R. Filippini, John Lepori, Frank K.
Lippitt, M. Newburger, B. J. Patocchi, Arthur Robinson, B. G. Tognazzi, Joseph Traversi, A. Ricioli, H. P. Vogensen.
Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

Savings
department

Combined

117,700 00
28,000 00

$1,135,414 74
6 08
196,030 00
45,000 00

66,178 71

1,728 03
39,130 59

1,728 03
105,309 30

35,434 05

17,412 87

52,846 92

$525,639 99
6 08
78,330 00
17,000 00

$609,774 75

4,142 78
2,035 38

4,142 78
2,035 38

$728,765 99

$1,542,513 23

$180,000 00
31,000 00
8,075 72

$70,000 00
11,000 00

$250,000 00
42,000 00
21,910 15

656,292 81

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in____________________________________________________________________________

$813,746 24

87 50
308,755 13
656,292 81
3,330 61
125,151 36
1,794 90

13,834 43

87 50
308,755 13
3,330 61
125,151 36
1,794 90

Totals_________________________________________________________________________________________




62,500 00
119 00

120,500 00
1,103 35
11,587 42

$728,765 99

$813,746 24

$1,542,513 23

349

58,000 00
1,103 35
11,488 42

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

RESOURCES

492.

“ BANK OP RIPON’

C3

RIPON.

Incorporated May 2, 1910.
Officers— H. L. Dickey, President; Thos. Frederick, Vice-President; A. R. Magruder, Secretary and Cashier; J. J. Wille, Treasurer.
D irectors— R. T. Melton, A. J. Nourse, Karl A. Gotshall, H. L. Dickey, Thos. Frederick, J. J. Wille, W. N. Steele.

in
©

Statement of June 23,1915.
RESOURCES

Commercial
department

Savings
department

Combined

$20,898 80

$84,220 18

20,981 06
9,875 08
343 80

4,240 00

25,221 06
9,875 06
343 80

12,150 24
387 85
7,685 44

921 20

12,150 24
387 85
8,606 64

$114,744 80

$26,060 00

$140,804 80

$20,000 00
1,500 00
2,392 58

$5,000 00
500 00
938 74

$25,000 00

LIABILITIES
2,000 00

3,331 32

Bills payable“ (Inciuding certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)--------- ------------------------

10,000 00

10,000 00

individual deposits subject to check_____ - --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

66,886 55

66,886 55




716 96
948 71 -----------------------12,300 00

$114,744 80

19,621 26
716 96
94871

12,300 00

$26,060 00

$140,804 80

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

$63,321 S3

493.

“ RIVERA STATE BANK’ ’— RIVERA.

Incorporated May 5, 1910.
Officers— F. A. Coffman, President; L. W. Houghton, Vice-President; G. W

.

Goodell, Secretary; F. H. Tieskoetter, Treasurer

D irectors— F. A. Coffman, Geo. E. Triggs, L. W. Houghton, T. E. Newlin, G. W. Goodell, O. S. Burke, E. S. Johnson.

RESOURCES

Commercial
department
$75,706 57
123 61
16,374 33
6,500 00
12,293 73
6,644 87

$117,643 11
LIABILITIES
$25,000 00
1,750 00
2,356 81
5,000 00
57,286 93

Savings
department

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

254 00
25,995 34

$117,643 11

351




Statement of June 23,1915.

494.

03

“ SEBASTOPOL SAVINGS B A N K ’ ’— SEBASTOPOL.

Ul

to

Incorporated December 18, 1910.
O f f i c e r s —W. W. Monroe, President; Geo. P. McNear, Vice-President; G. E. Burch, Secretary and Treasurer; E. N. Paulson,
D

—W. W. Monroe, Geo. P. McNear, Charles G. Martin, Geo. D. Sanborn, John P. Overton, C. W. Woodworth, Don V.
Williams.

ir e c t o r s

Statement of June 23,1915.

-------,----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------'— '--------------------- 1 -------------------------------------------------------Com m ercial
departm ent

Savings
departm ent

$235,528 00
4,800 00
8,885 71
5,458 78

$254,672 49
L IA B IL IT IE S

$25,000 00
700 00
8,571 42
6,529 59

213,871 48

$254,67Z 49

C om bined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.




RE SO U R C E S

23—19462

495.

PALO VERDE VALLEY BANK— BLYTHE.
Incorporated June 9, 1910.

O fficers — Henry C. Downes, President; E. S. McArthur, Vice-President; Russell Shears, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
D irectors — James Rennie, Henry C. Downes, G. W. Kelsey, Ed. F. Williams, E. S. McArthur, C. L. Suits, Frank Murphy.

Statement of June 23,1915.

Overdrafts .. . ............

......

...............

$63,581 69
16 67

.....

6,378 37
3,661 60
2,562 45
7,614 22
68 48
438 97

Totals

..

... . . . . .

.........

$84,322 45

LIABILITIES
Surplus ....... *

_ ___ ___ ...

..

..... ...............

... .

$25,000 00
3,191 17

Savings deposits___________________________._______ _________ .__________________________

Combined

210 00

1,590 00
191 00
200 00

454 60
$84,322 45

353




53,485 68

Savings
department

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

BANK OF LANKERSHIM— LANKERSHIM.

Incorporated July 18, 1910.
Officers— J. D. Marshall, President; J. W. Deupree, Vice-President; Fred Weddington, Vice-President; H. H. Ferguson, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier.
D irectors— H. J. Whitley, Fred Weddington, Dan Bakman, Harry Chandler, J. W. Deupree, S. Nelson, D. F. Hill, J. D. Marshall,
H. H. Ferguson, C. C. Bowerman, Wm. Klump, H. L. McCabe, Wm. E. Oliver, M. H. Sherman, Guy Weddington, O. J. Wigdal,
Wm. T. Hopper.

354

496.

Statement of June 23,1915.

Commercial
department
$48,279 72
1 26
14,000 00
13,529 50
400 00
6,456 85
4,686 02
41 60
$87,394 95

LIABILITIES
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid___ _____________________ ___________________________
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account_______ ___________ ________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)______________________
Dividends unpaid ■ _________________
_
Savings d eposits__




____________

___

___

$25,000 00
500 00
608 19
457 25
3,000 00

______________________________ _________________

_________ ______________________________ ____________ ________

34,643 40
10,686 11

12,500 00

$87,394 95

Savings
department

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

RESOURCES

497 AND 497A.

OWENS VALLEY BANK— BISHOP.

Incorporated July 13, 1910.
O f f i c e r s — Harry Shaw, President; Thos. Hughes, Vice-President; Tom C. Thornton, Secretary and Cashier; E. C. Varney, Treas­
urer ; A. Marshall, Assistant Cashier.
.
D irectors— Harry Shaw, Thos. Hughes, P. K. Andrews, Thos. Williams, E. C. Varney.
Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES
-

- -

...

................ ..........

Safe deposit vaults_________:____________________ ____ ____________ _____ ________ ______________ _
Other real estate owned
..
..........
Due from reserve b a n k s ...____________________________________________________________________ . . .
Due from other banks_____________________________ _______ ___ _________________
___ _____
Actual cash on hand
Exchanges fo r clearing h o u s e __________________ _______________ _________ __________________
Checks and other cash items
... ........... .
...
. ...
Other resources

Combined
$167,500 60
135 05
12,022 50
2,500 00

$123,489 69
135 05
3,022 50
2,500 00

$44,110 00

20,771 72

4,813 28

25,585 00

6,447 36

5,342 56

11,789 92

9,000 00

168 00
462 29

168 00
462 29
$156,967 61

Capital stock paid in
...........
Surplus

.

.

$50,000 00

.....

$220,253 45

$10,000 O
O

6,000 00

LIABILITIES
....................... ........
.....
......................

$33,265 84

1,200 00

$30,000 00
7,200 00
4,746 16

4,746 16
Rills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed!

10,000 00

10,000 O
O

80,251 04

Certified checks _______________________________________ ______________________ _____ ___________ _
State, county and municipal deposits____ ^____________________

____!.. ______________

____ . . .

3,300 00
340 00

.

.........

.....




04
84
00
00

8,000 00

8,000 00

$63,265 84

$220,253 45

2,310 41

355

N ote.— The above statement includes the business of the Independence branch office.

$156,987 61

80,251
44,065
3,300
340

40 00

40 00
2,310 41

Totals

44,085 84

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

TClaris and discounts

Ronds, warrants, and other securities _ ..

Savings
department

356

498.

“ THE MISSION BANK OF SANTA C LA R A ’ ’—SAN TA CLARA.

Incorporated July 23, 1910.
Officers— Robert A. Fatjo, President; David J. Spence, Vice-President; H. L. Warburton, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; Louis
G. Fatjo, Assistant Cashier.
D irectors— Robert A. Fatjo, David J. Spence, Louis G. Fatjo, H. L. Warburton, John Lanini.
Statement of June 23, 1915.
Savings
department

Combined

$66,127 47

Safe, deposit vaults
............
Other real estate owned______________________________
Una from reserve hanlrs
....
Exchanges fo r clearing house________ _________
Checks "and other cash items ................... .
Other resources
. _

........................... _
__ ______________________________________
............... ........................

$162,529 52

$228,656 99

22,751 02
1,700 00

7,775 00

30,526 02
1,700 00

1,350 00
1,947 75
3,018 07

1,350 00
7,122 10
635 01
9,661 96

202 70

202 70

5,174 35
626 89
6,643 89

________________________________________________
........... .
..
$103,023 62

8 12

$279,854 78

$176,831 16
r

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in___________ _____________________________________________________
Other existing profits, collected, hut not, in undivided profits account
■Rills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money horrowed) ......
Deposits', due to hanks
.................
Dividends unpaid ________________________________________________ ___ -__ ________

_____

__

$14,000 00
448 56
5,000 00

____

____

State, county and municipal deposits__________________ ___________________________'_______________
Postal savings deposits.._______________________________________________________ ,_________________

156,117 85

740 58
$103,023 62

$30,000 00
1,500 00
3,661 87
5,000 00

63,623 58
2,030 00
17,128 50
52 40




$16,000 00
1.500 00
3,213 31

63,623
156,117
2,030
17,128
52

58
85
00
50
40

740 58
$176,831 16

$279,854 78

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

499.

BANK OF ELK GROVE— ELK GROVE.

Incorporated August 23, 1910.
Officers—Geo. M. Taverner, President; G. M. Colton, Vice-President; Chas. H. Cooper, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
D irectors— Geo. M. Taverner, G. M. Colton, Chas. H. Cooper, T. J. Moroney, Hugh B. Bradford, Z. Markofer, Andrew Johnson,
J. H. Kerby, Hugh Beattie.
Statement of J une 23,1915.

T-oans and discounts-

_

$106,568 34
2,000 00

.........
Safe deposit vaults
Other real estate owned
Due from reserve hanks
......
Due from other hanks ......... ...

9,800 00

.

....

...

........

.

8,344 77

Exchanges fo r clearing house. .
Other resou rces..........................

29,911 56

..........

.............

. _ ................... .

114 00
' 4,000 00
$160,738 67

LIABILITIES.

Capital stock paid in__________ _____ _____________ ___ _____ ________
Surplus__•
_______ !__________ _______________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid___________ _______ _____
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account...........
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)
Deposits, due to banks...................... _............ ........ —
..................................
Dividends unpaid _____________ ___ _________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check_______ ______ _____________________
Savings deposits ________________ _______________ ---------------------------Demand certificates of deposit_____ ;_____ _____________________ _____ —
Time certificates of deposit__________________________________________
Certified checks _______________________ ____________________________
Cashier’s checks ________________ ________ _____________ ________ ____
State, county and municipal deposits________________________ —
............
Postal savings deposits_________________________:____________________
Other liabilities ______ _________________ __________ __________ ________




121,141 43

Combined

3,491 90
7,369 12

$160,738 67

357

Totals

$25,000 00
1,500 00
2,236 22

Savings
department

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

358

500.

WESTERN METROPOLIS SAVINGS BANK— SAN FRANCISCO.

Incorporated September 19, 1910.
Officers— W ■ E. Johnson, President; W. W. Jones, Vice-President; A. B. Plomteaux, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
D irectors— George Long, W. W. Jones, W. E. Johnson, Geo. C. Boardman, Harry N. Ibetson.
Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES

3,800 00
Other real estate owned___

___— _________________ -__________________________ ________

60,044 38
7,375 26
1,000 00

Checks and other cash items___ .________________________________________________________
• $05,908 60
LIABILITIES.

$100,000 00
*11,637 57

Bills payable- (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)____________ ______

Demand certificates of deposit.._________________________________________________________

7,546 17
Totals ................................ .

. ....

_ _

.

♦Deficit.
N ote.— Retired at expiration of corporate existence, August 6, 1915.




$05,908 60

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

$23,688 96

Saving*
department

501.

“ THE CITIZENS COMMERCIAL B A N K ’ — FALLBROOK.

Incorporated October 19, 1910.
Officers— H. Smelser, President; W. E. Gird, Vice-President; W. M. Smelser, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
D irectors— H. Smelser, W. E. Gird, T. J. Shipley, W. M, Smelser, C. E. Lamb.
Statement of June 23, 1915.

.

Loans and discounts
Overdrafts .
Bonds, warrants, and other securities..
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
Safe deposit vaults
...........
Other real estate owned
. .........

..

Due from reserve banks_______________ ____________________________________ ____________
_
.......
_

Totals.___________ ____._______ ___________________________ ____________ __ _________
_
LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in
Surplus .
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
.

.
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account____________ _____ ;______
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)_________________ _
Deposits, due to hanks .........
'
* ....
~
”
...
Dividends unpaid
........

Cashier’s checks

12,500 C
O
7,400-00
150 C
O
11,987 57
4,035 35

.

...

Individual deposits suhject to check
Savings deposits
...................
Demand certificates o f deposit
Time certificates o f deposit.

$76,917 50

$25,000 00
850 00
244 14
548 44

30,118 64

.

Combined

$40,844 58

.

Due from other hanks •
. ___
Actual cash on hand. ..... . .. . ...
.
Exchanges for clearing-house.
Checks and other cash items
Other resources
•.

Savings
department

245 45
9,910 83

.

....

EEPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

1
1

..........

Postal savings deposits .




............

...

..................

10,000 C
O

$76,917 50

359

Totals

’

360

502.

THE BANK OF HUGHSON— HUGHSON.

Incorporated November 9, 1910.
Officers— J. W. Holeman, President, Secretary and Treasurer; L. C. Quimby, Vice-President; Leo G. Titus, Cashier; F. M. Hudleson, Assistant Cashier.
D irectors— Leo G. Titus. L. C. Quimby, F. M. Hudleson, J. W. Holeman, A. N. Crow.
Statement of June 23,1915.

$99,130 36
174 43
5,C O 00
O
9,278 74
5,695 59
Exchanges for Blearing hOU«e

.

6,457 41

............

409 29
1 45
$126,147 27
LIABILITIES
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid . . .

.......

......................

.............

$25,000 C
O
1,200 C
O
411 71
20,000 C
O
60,755 48
270 00
14,010 08
4,5.0 C
O

Postal savings deposits *




.
$126,147 27

Savings
department

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

503.

THE VACAVILLE SAVINGS BANK— VACAVILLE.

24—19462

Incorporated October 26, 1910.
Off icers — T. H. Buckingham, President; S. P. Dobbins, Vice-President; H. C. Blake, Secretary; H. P. Fowler, Treasurer and
Co^sliior *
J Cox Assistd/iit Csishior
D irectors — T. H. Buckingham, Geo. A. Arnold, S. P. Dobbins, H. Clay Blake, Frank H. Clark, E. C. Andrews, W. B. Atkinson.

Statement of J une 23,1915.

Overdrafts___ _______________________ ________________________________________

Exchanges for clearing house

$101,206 79
55,400 00

3,352 84
5,483 10
2,960 00

_

$168,392 73
LIABILITIES
$25,000 00
1,000 00

1,497 11
3,433 35

Combined

116,354 26
8 . 6C 01
8

12,500 00

$168,392 73

361




___

Savings
department

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

504.

CO

BANK OF FOLSOM— FOLSOM.

CTi

rc

Incorporated November 14, 1910.
O f f ic e r s —I. Hinkle, President; J. L. Patterson, Vice-President; H. Clemensen, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; Geo. H.
Wetmore, Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — I. Hinkle, C. A. Bauer, H. Clemensen, J. L. Patterson, John A. Russi, E. T. Wall, J. P. Close.
Statement of June 23, 1915.

_
Loans and discounts---------------------------------------- --------------------- ------ ------------- , _____________
Overdrafts ______________________________ ________ _______________ ____________________

Due from other banks______________________________ -__________________
Actual cash nn hand

______________

Exchanges for clearing house____ *_______________________________________________________
Dhecks and other cash items
_
.
.
....
- ...
Other resources ....

$48,932 65
30 14
17,450 C
O
4,051 76

Savings
department
$38,576 88
17,043 75

Combined
$87,509
30
34,493
4,051

53
14
75
76

7,042 20
11,187 36

4,154 30

7,042 20
15,341 66

6,222 43

1,052 03

7,274 46

3C
O
7 02

3C
O
7 02

$94,926 56

$60,826 96

$155,753 52

$15,CCC C
O

$10,000 C
O
3C0 C
O
1,040 54

$25,000 C
O
400 00
. 1,387 05

LIABILITIES
Undivided profits, less expenses i^nd taxes paid

100 00

..

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account-_________ -_______________
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)___________________

346 51

432 89

432 89

62,647 82
1,237 00

62,647
45,341
3,763
1,237

2,908 06

135 50
12,500 C
O
2,908 06

$60,826 96

$155,753 52

45,341 36
3,763 84

Postal savings deposits

'...

T o t a ls ...............................




*

...

v

...

....

..

...

...

.........
. ..

135 50
12,500 00

$94,926 56

82
36
84
C
O

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

505.

WEST SIDE BANK OF TRACY— TRACY.
Incorporated November 12, 1910.
A. R. Arnold, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; W. N.

O fficers — A. Grunauer, President; J. D. Van Ormer, Vice-President;

Johnson, Assistant Cashier.
Grunauer, J. D. Van Ormer, J. Samuels, C. A. Slack, W. H. Reicks, J. S. Welty, Henry Boltzen, J. E. Meyer,
A. H. Linne.

D ir e c t o r s — A.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Savings
department

Combined

$99,076 55
22
25,956 96
19,175 45

Exehanges foT clan,ring house
Oh pets and other cash items
Other resources ...

_■

......................
. .

......

11,000 00

$197,914 55
22
36,956 96
19,175 45

17,863 66
Actual cash on hand__________________________ ______________________________ -_________

$98,838 00

3,743 07

21,606 73

11,641 15

2,139 00

13,780 15

219 25

219 25
$115,720 07

$289,653 31

$16,100 00

$76,100 00

430 71

________________________ . . . ________ _________________

$173,933 24
$60,000 00

Totals______________________

2,708 56

LIABILITIES
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
..
Other existing profits, collected, hnt not in undivided profits aecnrmt

...

83,388 33
97 00
Oashier’s checks
Postal savings deposits.

.'

....

... . .. .
.

.
.......

..

4 00
15,000 00

882 85

83,386 33
86,033 66
97 00
882 85

10,000 00

4 00
25,000 00

$115,720 07

$289,653 31

86,033 66

15 20
$173,933 24

15 20

363




. ....

3,134 27
15,000 00

15,000 00

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

364

506.

BANK OF ORESCENT CITY— CRESCENT CITY.
Incorporated November 10, 1910.

O fficers — Frank Togni, President; David Edwards, Vice-President; C. E. Chapman, Secretary; Geo. C. Walton, Treasurer and

Cashier; W. F. Wulf, Assistant Cashier.

D irectors — Frank Togni, C. E. Chapman, D. P. Edwards, F. J. Walton, W. T. Breen.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

$54,180 00
Rondp, wp.rrn.nts, and other securities
■RpnV premises, furniture and fix turps ...
Safa deposit, va u lts......................................
Other real estate owned
Due from reserve hanlrs
...
Exchanges fo r nlearing house
Other resources

.

.

.
.

....................
......... .
...
. . .

.
. .

.........
_ .. .

3,700 00

Combined

$32,964 00

$37,144 00

18,227 47

18,227 47
3,700 00

5,600 27

15,115 55
1,714 47
10,823 13

................... .
.. .

..
.

_

Savings
department

.......
..............

9,515 28
1,714 47
9,123 75

1,699 38

3,832 11
1,200 74

.

Totals

3,832 11
1,200 74

$83,266 35

$58,491 12

$20,000 00
1,000 O
O
32 46

$5,000 00
1,500 O
O
418 43
1,049 17

$141,757 47

LIABILITIES

Other existing profits, collected, hot not in’ undivided profits account
Rills payahle~(inclnding certificates o f deposit representing money horrowed)

... .
45,134 19

48,736 89
14,683 02

$25,000
2,500
450
1,049

00
00
89
17
*
"

45,134 19
48,736 89
14,683 02

2,416 68

2,416 68
1,786 63

Totals

......




............ .

......

$83,266 35

1,786 63

$58,491 12

$141,757 47

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

507.
O f f ic e r s — J. A. West,
D ir e c t o r s — J. A. West,

“ THE ANTIOCH BANK OP SAVIN G S’ ’— ANTIOCH.

Incorporated November 12, 1910.
President; J. G. Prewett, Vice-President; Herbert A. West, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
William IJren, W. C. Williamson, J. Arata, J. G. Prewett, Herbert A. West, O. E . Klengel.
Statement of June 23, 1915.

Tuans and discounts.. .....
....
..
Overdrafts ....
............
...............
Bonds, warrants, and other securities____________ ______________________________________________
Banlr premises, furniture and fixtures _
...
Safe deposit vaults.
Other real estate owned
.
_
........
.
............
Due from reserve hanks
Due from other banks________________________________________________________________________ . . .
Actual cash on hand...........
___
. . . . . . .
Exchanges fo r clearing house
................... .
....
flhecks and other cash items
.................. _.
Other resources . .
..
. .
.. ...
. .. ..............

Commercial
department

Savings
department
$91,094 05
36,497 99
11,660 00
750 00
9,545 61
6,482 84
4,000 00
$160,020 49

LIABILITIES
$25,000 00
1,972 01
Bills payable_(including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)______________________

120,548 48

12,500 00

$160,020 49

365




Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

RESOURCES

O f f ic e r s — C. B.
D ir e c t o r s — C. B.

366

508.

“ MONETA COMMERCIAL BANK’ ’— MONETA.

Incorporated November 25, 1910.
Casler, President; H. J. Harris, Vice-President; E. M. Kaufman, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
Casler, H. J. Harris,’ J. P. Mullin, M. W. Raibley, Thos. Biggart, L. F. Stephenson, E. M. Kaufman.

RESOURCES

Commercial
department
$56,721 32
28
3,800 00
14,200 65
4,444 19
224 82
$79,481 26

LIABILITIES
$25,000 00
2,500 00
1,032 20

47,498 16
30 00
3,419 34

1 56
$79,481 26

Savings
department

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.




Statement of June 23, 1915.

509.

CITIZENS SAVINGS BANK OF INGLEWOOD— INGLEWOOD.

Incorporated November 21, 1910.
W . G . Brown, President; W . H . Kelso, Vice-President; P . A. Zillgitt, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier;
Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s —-W. G. Brown, W. H. Kelso, Adolph Leuzinger, P. A. Zillgitt, John Aerick.
O

f f ic e r s —

L.

B. Zillgitt,

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Savings
department
$69,744 75
12,630 64
13,627 00

Due from reserve banks______ : ______ ___________
_




_____________________________________

11,211 87
3,351 95

$110,586 21
LIABILITIES
$25,000 00
1,700 00
2,917 42

62,974 27
8,974 52
9,000 00

$110,506 21

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

MOUNT SHASTA BANKING COMPANY— FORT JONES.

Incorporated December 19, 1910.
A. A. Milliken, President; Henry Egli, Vice-President; M. Pereira, Sr., Vice-President; Thos. J. Taylor, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; J. P. Shippert, Acting Cashier and Secretary.
i r e c t o r s — Dr. A. A. Milliken, Henry Egli, M. Pereira, Sr., E. I. Roberts, John Silva, M. P. Barnum, Thos. J. Taylor.

3G8

510.
O f f ic e r s — Dr.
D

RESOURCES

Commercial
department

Savings
department

Combined

$21,562 67
118 89

$7,141 00

$28,703 67
118 89

8,900 00

8,100 00

17,000 O
O

1,216 01
35 53
2,260 34

675 08

1,216 01
35 53
2,935 42

$34,093 44

$15,916 08

$50,009 52

$15,000 00

$10,000 O
O

$25,000 00

LIABILITIES
329 40

329 40

12,609 04
85 00
5,500 00

5,899 08

480 00 --------- --------------

12,699
5,899
85
5,500

04
08
00
00

480 00

17 O
O
$34,093 44

17 00

$15,916 08

$50,009 52

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.




Statement of June 23, 1915.

511.

BANK OF SAN R A F A E L -S A N RAFAEL.
Incorporated December 23, 1910.

Officers — M. T. Freitas, President; C. A. Thayer, Vice-President and Treasurer; W. P. Murray, Secretary and Cashier; A. N.

Boyen, Assistant Cashier.

D irectors — A. M. Newhall, M. T. Freitas, C. A. Thayer, M. J. Pedrotti, T. L. Crane, E. B. McNear, J. A. Saunders.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department
$234,924
239
58,132
1,317

Savings
department
49
37
48
C
O

Combined

61.806 28
9,390 61
489 77

$658,715 11
239 37
119,988 76
10,707 61
489 77

$423,790 62

39,096 66

19,757 78

58,854 44

21,318 67

12,707 26

34,025 93

589 96

1,572 17

2,162 13

$355,618 63

$529,514 49

$885,133 12

$75,000 00

$25,000 00
23,000 00
10,904 30

$100,000 00
29,000 00
16,743 38

LIABILITIES
6,000 00

Othpr fixisHng' profits, collected. but not in undivided profits account.._______ ____ ____________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)______________________

189,443 61
1,051 12
31,934 58
646 15
16 00
40,000 00
5,688 09
$355,618 63

470,610 19

$529,514 49

189,443 61
470,610 19
1,051 12
31,934 58
646 15
16 00
40,000 00
5,688 09
$885,133 12

369




5,839 08

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

, RESOURCES

O
D

370

512.

BANK OF MARICOPA— MARICOPA.

Incorporated January 3, 1911.
W. H. Coons, President; Walter Snook, Vice-President; C. Z. Vander Horck, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; H. A.
Peterson, Assistant Cashier.
i r e c t o r s — W. H. Coons, Walter Snook, G. J. Planz, H. A. Peterson, S. G. Tryon, C. Z. Vander Horck, H. N. Taylor.'

f f ic e r s —

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts... . .
Overdrafts
.....
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
Safe deposit vaults
Other real estate owned ...

Combined

$42,020 53
9 62
17,929 33
16,276 25
420 00

Due from other hanks

Exchanges for clearing house. .

$24,157 80

$66,178 33
9 62
17,929 33
16,276 25
420 00

8,104 02

384 99

8,489 01

8,227 10

Due from reserve banks_________________________________________________________________

Other resources

Savings
department

430 89

8,657 99
2,232 22
100 O
C

2,232 22

...

100 00

Totals_______________! _____________________________________ ___________
_

_______ _

$95,319 07

$24,973 68

$120,292 75

$ 20,000 00
825 00
1,350 61

$5,000 00
175 00
3 00

$25,000 00

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in-,______________________.___ ____________________
Surplus ---------------------------------------------------------------------- ----- ;________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid_________________________
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account______
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed).
Deposits, due to banks______________________________________________
Dividends unpaid___________________________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check._________________________. . . ______
Savings deposits_____________________ _____________________________
Demand certificates of deposit________________________________________
Time certificates of deposit________________________ ____________•_____
_
Certified checks
Cashier’s checks__________________
State, county and municipal deposits.
Postal savings deposits____________
Other liabilities__________________
Totals.




55,070 55
19,705 68
3^016 72

1,000 00

1,353 61

55,070 55
19,795 68
3,016 72
125 00

125 00 ..
12,000 00

12,000 00

2,931 19

2,931 19

$95,319 07

$24,973

$120,292 75

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

513.

SECURITY TRUST COMPANY— BAKERSFIELD.

19462

Incorporated October 7, 1910.'
Officers— G. J. Planz, President; A. S. Crites, Vice-President; H. R. Peacock, Vice-President; D. Hirshfeld, Vice-President; J. A.
Hughes, Secretary; O. R. Kamprath, Treasurer, Cashier, Assistant Secretary and Trust Officer; C. Wible, Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s ’ —G. J. Planz, H. R. Peacock, D. Hirshfeld, J. A. Hughes, C. A. Barlow, D. D. Brown, W. W. Colm, Arthur S. Crites,
H. A. Jastro, W. W. Frazier, J. W. Heard, W. A. Howell, J. M. Jameson, Christian Matley, L. P. St. Clair, Frank W.
Warthorst, Louis V. Olcese, Walker Rankin, Alfred Harrell, John Enas.
Statement of June 23, 1915.
Trust
RESOURCES

Commercial
$844,727 05
952 38
194,257 50

157,274
5,020
99,727
10,803

26
42
45
79

Combined

Savings

Court trusts

| Private trusts

$473,716 48

$51,500 00

$44,100 00

392,263 93
66.656 09

1,205 86

8,000 00

•11,980 99
20,781 01
28,136 12

514 44

507 35

17,553 08

,

11,980
178,055
5,020
128,885
10,803

99
27
42
36
79

17.553 08

Private trusts
n ot under
supervision o f
State Banking
Department
i
v
J
$1,330,315 93

$993,534 62

$53,213 21

$52,614 44

$2,429,678 20

$50,000 00

$50,000 00

2,205 86
1,007 35

1,600 00
1,014 44

$400,000
55,000
63,288
37,503

00
00
67
29

32,942
93
944,723
614,207
10,462
66,075
3,214
9,522
150,000
42,645

42
00
63
03
83
03
61
54
00
15

LIABILITIES.
$250,000 00
43,574 35
34,830 05

$50,000
55,000
15,908
651

00
00
46
45

32,942 42
93 00
944,723 63
10,462
952
3,214
9,522

83
50
61
54

614,207 08
65,122 53
150,000' 00
42,645 15

Deposits o f money received from executors, administrators, guardians,

Private trusts
not under
supervision o f
State Banking
Department

Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers
Trusts held as executor, administrator, guardian, assignee, receiver or

$1,330,315 93
ote.

— Added Trust department March 15, 1915.

$993,534 62

$53,213 21

$52,614 44

$2,429,678 20

371

N




REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers

$1,414,043 53
952 38
595.727 29
66,656 09

O
D

372

514.

“ THE HOLTVILLE BANK’ ’— HOLTVILLE.

Incorporated December 23, 1910.
— O. N. Shaw, President; P. M. Ferguson, Vice-President; R. W. Hoover, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; S. E. Shaw,
Assistant Cashier.
i r e c t o r s — Porter N. Ferguson, O. N, Shaw, F. K. Weeks, F. M. Ferguson, R. W. Hoover.

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Overdrafts

..........

One from other hanks

_

Combined

$116,484 03

...........

1,000 00
11,950 00
950 00
6,048 55

.......

Evebanges fo r clearing house
Checks and other cash items

Savings
department

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

R ESO U RCES

15,671 09
1,039 55

.

234 87
Totals

__

$153,378 09

Capital stock paid in

LIABILITIES

__

_

.

$25,000 00
4,000 00
3,903 09

Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)
Dividends unpaid

'

111,811 20
1,209 92
5,621 33

Cashier’s checks

Totals




_

.

920 45
912 10

$153,378 09

/

515.

KINGSBURG BANK— KINGSBURG.

Incorporated February 2, 1911.
Officers— Nicholas G. Nelson, President; A. T. Carlson, Vice-President; John L. Norman, Vice-President; O. E. Peterson, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; E. E. Peterson, Assistant Cashier.
D irectors— Nicholas G. Nelson, A. T. Carlson, John L. Norman, J. P. H. Applequist, O. E. Peterson, John Peterson, Axel W.
Sward.
Statement of June 23, 1915.

Overdrafts________________________ ____________ ___ __________ __________________. _
_
Bonds, warrants, and other securities___________________________________________________

Bnnlr premises, furniture and fixtures

.. _

.........

Safe deposit vaults_______ ____________ ________________________ __________________
Other real estate owned------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ -------------Due from other banks___ ___________________________________ -________________________
Exchanges for clearing house____________________________________ ! __________________
_
Other resources_____________________

—

____________ _____ ___ _______ ________________

Savings
department

$98,727 45

Combined

$38,237 74

$136,965 19

6,750 00
1,000 00

6,750 00
19,711 17
1,000 00

12,253 69

4,944 68

17,198 37

5,970 10

2,243 18

8,213 28

19,711 17

832 14

832 14

$137,494 55

$53,175 60

$190,670 15

$25,000 00
3,500 00
593 89

$10,000 00
1,500 00
818 31

$35,000 00
5,000 00
1,412 20

LIABILITIES

Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)------------------------------ —

15,000 00

—

56,743 40

6,000 00

858
35,319
180
300

12
14
00
00

$137,494 55

56,743 40
34,857 29
858 12
35,319 14
180 00
300 00
6,000 00

$63,175 60

$190,670 15

34,857 29

373




15,000 00

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

374-

516.

ORLAND SAVINGS BANK— ORLAND.

Incorporated March 1, 1911.
Officers— Geo. A. Barceloux, President; O. ft, Wilson, Vice-President'; W. E. Scearce, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
D irectors— Geo. A, Barceloux, Peter Barceloux, W. E. Scearce, Chas. L. Donohoe, O. K. Wilson.
Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial

RESOURCES

Totals___

Savings
departm ent

$92,159 85
.

_

__

. . . . . .

...........

3,868 91

. ...

_

14,000 00

1,957 58
4 26
—

$111,990 60

LIABILITIES
Surplus
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid...

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account_________________________

Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money horrowed)
Deposits, due to hanks
"
... "
Dividends unpaid
....
.
.
. . .
...
. .
Individual deposits subject to check
. . .
..
Savings deposits
.
____ .
.
.
.
Demand certificates o f deposit
..........
...... ...
___
Time certificates o f deposit.. ..
. .
Oert.ifled checks
Cashier’s checks
.
________ _ ___
State, county and municipal deposits
. . . .
Postal savings deposits
*
___ _
...................
Other liabilities ....
Totals.

.




....

.

$25,000 00
3,809 79
2,585 59

183 05
67,912 17

12,500 00

$111,990 60

Combined
R E P O R T OF S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N K S .

Overdrafts
...
.. .
...
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
. ....
Safe deposit vaults. . _
.....
Other real estate owned
Due from reserve hanks
Due from other hanks
_
.......
...
Actual cash on hand
Exchanges fo r clearing house..!
....... .
Oheeks and other cash .items . . . . . .
Other resources _ . . . . .

departm ent

517.

‘ ‘ BANK OF CERES ’ ’— CERES.
Incorporated March 28, 1911.
P. Clarke, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; L. II.

O fficers — L. M. McDonald, President; W. R. Service, Vice-President; W.

D irectors — L.’ M. McDonald, W. R. Service, W. P. Clarke, R. F. Wells, Jr., Antony Morgan, V. D. Whitmore, T. E. Wilson.

RE SO U R C E S

C om m ercial
departm ent

Savings
departm ent

Com bined

$90,299 56
429 82
14,285 20
2,700 00

$37,545 00

8,448 96

889 73

9,338 69

5,759 45

790 09

6,549 54

2,548 90

12 00
10 40

$127,844 56
429 82
16,834 10
2,700 00

12 O
O
10 40

$121,945 39

$41,773 72

$163,719 11

$21,000 00
2,210 00
571 35

$5,000 00
1,000 O
O
340 45

$25,000 00
3,210 00
911 80

LIABILITIES

7,000 00
8,200 00

7,000 00
8,200 00

70,400 81

70,400 81
35,187 14
1,063 23

12,500 00
246 13

$41,773 72’

$163,719 11

12,500 00

$121,945 39

375

35,187 14

246 13

1,063 23

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.




Statement of June 23, 1915.

376

518.

GLENN COUNTY SAVINGS BANK— WILLOWS.

Incorporated April 28, 1911.
Officers— P. B. Glenn, President; H. J. Barceloux, Vice-President; Harlow M. Plimpton, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; W. K.
Hatch, Assistant Cashier.
D irectors— F. B. Glenn, P. B. Weinrich, H. J. Barceloux, John Johannsen, P. Barceloux, Geo. A. Kennedy, C. H. Kattenberg,
Harlow M. Plimpton, I. J. Proulx.
Statement of June 23,1915.

Doans and discounts
Overdrafts _________________ _____
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
Safe deposit vaults
Other real estate owned
Due from reserve hanks
Actual cash on hand
Exchanges fo r clearing house
Cihecks and other cash items
Other resources .......

. .

__

__

$90,730 03
654 88

_

,
department
$57,344 44

42,805 00
2,507 40
6,310 48
....

...

..........

40,700 00
15,500 00
2,000 00

i:__nblned
$148,074
654
40,700
58,305

47
88
00
00

2,597 40
8,310 48

6,524 89
495 72
755 85

2,749 38

9,274 27
405 72
755 85

$150,874 25

$118,293 82

$269,168 07

$60,000 00
2,000 00
*114 72

$15,000 00
1,000 00
2,301 34

$75,000 00
3,000 00
2,186 62

62,492 48

21 00
64,608 92
62,492 48
11,144 10
3,617 05

9,507 90
Sf.at.e, cniinty and municipal deposits 37,500 00

9,507 90
37,500 00

LIABILITIES
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid...................... .............. .......... ..........................................
Bills payahle~(inclnding certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)

.....................
21 00
64,698 92
11,144 10
3,617 05

.....

. _.......

...

$150,874 25

♦Deficit.




$118,293 82

$269,168 07

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

519.

MERCHANTS COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS BANK OF OCEAN PARK, CALIFORNIA
— OCEAN PARK.

I n c o r p o r a t e d M a y 6, 1911.
A d a m P a t t e r s o n , P r e s i d e n t ; S. A . G era rd , V ic e - P r e s id e n t ; R . E . K u h n s , S e c r e t a r y , T r e a s u r e r a n d C a s h i e r ;
M o o d y , A s s is t a n t C a s h ie r a n d A s s is t a n t S e cre ta ry .
D irectors— G. W . T h o m a s , H . W . B ro w n , C. W . F o x , D . C. G r a h a m , S. A . G e r a r d , G u y L . F u r le y , A d a m P a tt e r s o n .

Officers—

H.

E.

Statement o f June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts_______ ___________________ ! __________________ ____________________
_

Overdrafts ................
.......
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
Safe deposit vaults
Other real estate owned
Due from reserve hanks.
Due from other hanks ,
Actual cash on hand
Exchanges for clearing house .

...

. . .

*

.

Savings
department

$133,427 42
629 02
27,666 59
55,438 41
2,000 C
O
3,300 00
6,939 69

1,112 26
5,CC0 C
O
894 42

.

.

45
39
19
30

1,449 05

$243,177 46

.

Other resources

.

11,919
1,251
167
438

$16,508 46

$24,934 19

$61,000 00
1,000 00
5,065 82
126 51
45,500 C
O

$5,CC0 00

Combined
$149,935 88
629 02
28,778 85
60,438 41
2,000 00
3,300 00
7,834 11
13,368
1,251
167
438

50
39
19
30

$268,141 65

LIABILITIES
Surplus .

.

.....

...............

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account______________________ ___
Bills payable (including certificates ol deposit representing money borrowed)---- ----------------------Deposits, due to banks_____ ________________ _____________ ____________________________
Dividends unpaid_______________ ;_____________________________ _______________________
Savings deposits____ I_______________________________________ _________________________
Demand certificates of deposit____________________________________________________________

Postal savings deposits_1____ *
_____ _______________ i __________________________________ :
_

81,049 52
19,487 68
19,356 51
55 C
O
2,354 37
12,908 73

$66,000
1,000
5,184
407
45,500

C
O
00
12
72
00

81,049 52
19,487 68
19,356
55
2,354
12,908

51
C
O
37
73

14,761 C
O

77 00

14,838 00

$243,177 46

$24,934 19

$268,141 65

377




118 30
281 21

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

378

520.

BANK OF PATTERSON— PATTERSON.

Incorporated May 23, 1911.
Officers— C. A. Sperry, President; J. P. Bernhard, Vice-President; C. J. Carlson, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; P. H. Paddock,
Assistant Cashier.
D irectors— J. M. Smith, C. A. Sperry, J. M. Kerr, C. J. Carlson, J. P. Bernhard.
Statement of June ?3, 1915.
RESOURCES

§122,348 90
378 39

...........

Banlr premises, furniture and fixtures




..........

32,721 91
7,716 56
6,680 14
5C5 32
189 02
$170,540 24

LIABILITIES
$35,CCC C
O
3,5C0 C
O
717 87
25,CC0' C
O
83 37
92,603 16
1,913 85
11,485 96
10 00

193 03
$170,540 24

Savings
department

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Overdrafts

Commercial
department

521.

‘ ‘ MONTEREY SAVINGS BANK ’ ’— MONTEREY.

Incorporated May 17, 1911.
Officers— T. J. Field, President; M. M. Gragg, Vice-President; Chas. D. Henry, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; E. E. James,
Assistant Cashier.
•
D irectors — T. J. Field, M. M. Gragg, Chas. D. Henry, Carmel Martin, Chas. R. Few, M. Ortins, Mrs. Jessie D. Seale.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

Savings
department
$307,266 97
42,560 C
O
3,626 88
63,017 34
7,200 00

$423,671 19
LIABILITIES

j
$50,000 C
O
1,200 C
O
13,026 87

15 00
359,429 32

$423,071 19

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.




Statement of June 23. 1915.

380

522.

RICHMOND SAVINGS BANK— RICHMOND.

Incorporated June 12, 1911.
Officers— Clinton E. Worden, President; Charles J. Crary, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, Manager and Cashier; L. D.
Dimm, Vice-President; Arba J. Heald, Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary.
Directors— Clinton E. Worden, Charles J. Crary, L. D. Dimm, J. K. Lynch, J. M. Quay, C. H. Robertson, J. C. Black, F. E. Beck,
V. A. Fenner, C. J. Shepherd, II. W. Pulse.
Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts_________
Overdrafts
_

_

_

_

_

..

___

_ ___

Savings
department
$324,537 13
136,260 C
O

29,386 98
11,042 57

$501,226 68
LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in______________ __________ __________________________________________________

$50,000 00
6,000 00
4,614 86

Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid .
.............................................
Other existing profits, coflected, but not in undivided profits account
....
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed). ___________________
Deposits, due to banks.
...
....
Dividend’s unpaid
....
_
..............
Individual deposits suhjeet to cheek
.
....
...
.
.....

420,421 18

Demand certificates o f deposit,
Certified checks
flashier’s checks




'

....

2,593 10

...........

11,800 00
5,797 54
I

$501,226 68

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

523.

THE COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS BANK OF CARPINTERIA— CARPINTERIA.

Incorporated June 2, 1911.
Officers—J. F. Tubbs, President; J. R. Fithian, Vice-President; C. O. Anderson, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
D irectors— J. F. Tubbs, C. O. Anderson, J. K. Catlin, W. C. Hickey, C. B. Franklin, G. E. Franklin, John Bailard, J. R. Fithian,
C. R. Sawyer.
Statement of June 23, 1915.
RESOURCES

Commercial
department

Savings
department

Combined

$5,350 00

$43,829 92

16,137 00

3,300 00

19,437 00

11,819 63

2,300 00

14,119 63

3,790 91

338 52

4,129 43

$70,227 46

$11,288 52

$81,515 98

$20,000 C
O
1,400 00
1C9 33

$5,OCO 00
600 00
412 00

$25,000 C
O
2,CC 00
0
521 33

LIABILITIES
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Other existing’ profits, collected, hut not in undivided profits account____________________________
Bills payable~(including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)----------------------------------




5,CC0 00

5,000 00

39,C77 13

39,077 13
5,276 52

5,273 52
4,641 00

4,641 C
O
1

$70,227 46

$11,288 52

$81,515 98

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

$38,479 92

382

524.

SAN DIMAS SAVINGS BANK— SAN DIMAS.

Incorporated June 20, 1911.
—W. A. Johnstone, President; J. S. Billheimer, Vice-President; F. H. Harwood, Vice-President; Jno. C. Walker, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; C. Cyril Platt, Assistant Cashier.
D irectors—W. A. Johnstone, D. C. Teague, L. S. Taylor, Chas. E. Walker, W. H. Collins, Frank H. HardwOod, J. S. Billheimer.
O

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23,1915..
RESOURCES

Savings
department
$71,325 C
O

Bonds, warrants, and other securities_______________________________________ ■__ _______
_




16,157 50
3,CtC C
O
2,876 69
1,958 95
1,750 C
O

$97,068 14
LIARILITIES
$25,CC0 C
O
1,250 C
O
2,315 62

44,191 42
12,061 10
12,250 C
O

$97,068 14

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

525.

“ CITIZENS’ TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK” — LOS ANGELES.

Incorporated May 18, 1911.
E. Monnette, President; G. W. Walker, Vice-President; Leo S. Chandler, Vice-President; H. A. Kehler, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; C. O. Anderson, Assistant Cashier; J. R. Rutherford, Assistant Cashier; Geo. T. Stainback, Assistant
Cashier and Assistant Secretary; Mark H. Slosson, Trust O fficer.
i r e c t o r s — Dr. W. W. Beckett, Geo. I. Cochran, J. Ross Clark, M. J. Connell, John J. Pay, Jr., Sam K. Rindge, M. J. Monnette,
Orra E. Monnette, Geo. Bugbee, J. M. Hale, Mark G. Jones, Geo. W. Walker, A. J. Waters, Ben Williams, Wm. W. Woods, Leo
S. Chandler, Wm. J. Hunsaker.

O f f i c e r s — Orra

D

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Trust
RESO U RCES

C om m ercial

Com bined

Savings
Court trusts

$353,518
105
26,840
3,000
2,912
3,265

37
28
00
00
36
31

$100,000 O
O

$100,000 00

27,173 11

11,197 05

287,656 54
15,000 00
4,049
5,359
139,787
50,000

35
85
08
00

597 84
6,625 60

Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers

9 60
421 00

Private trusts
n ot under
supervision o f
241,523 81 State Banking
278,330 62 Department

$2,734,390 59
105 28
314,496 54
18,000 O
O
41,282 52
7,314 66
5,359 85
552,959 44
235,647 84
4,118 34
9,012 62
7,154 56

241,523 81
278,330 62

$1,001,153 00

$2,682,665 04

$653,653 14

$112,225 49

$4,449,696 67

$100,000 O
O
25,000 00
1,537'43

$200,000 O
O
100,000 O
O
8,167 44
11,396 25

$100,000 00

$100,000 00
5,000 O
O

$500,000' 00
130,000 00
16,504 87
18,621 74

L IA B IL IT IE S .

10,299 05
5O
O
807,957 29

6,800 00
7,225 49

10,299 05
5 00
807,957 29
2,013,973 14

2,013,973 14

158,830 54
2,553 59
53,220 62
185,648 81

158,830 54
2,553 59
53,220 62
185,648 81
580 02

Private trusts
not under
supervision o f
St ate Banking
546,853 14 Department

Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers
Trusts held as executor, administrator, guardian, assignee, receiver or

$1,001,153 00

$2,682,665 04

$653,653 14

$112,225 49

546,853 14
$4,449,696 67

383




5,228 88

4,648 86

Deposits o f money received from executors, administrators, guardians,

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

413,172 36
185 050 00
4,118 34
9,003 02
107 93

$2,180,812 22

P rivate trusts

384

526.

FIRST SAVINGS BANK OF SAN JACIN TO -SA N JACINTO.

Incorporated July 21, 1911.
Officers— A. G. Hubbard, President; A. Domenigoni, Vice-President; John Shaver, Vice-President; C. L. Emerson, Secretary and
Cashier; A. H. Buckley, Treasurer and Assistant Cashier; Lulu Malone, Assistant Cashier.
D irectors— A. G. Hubbard, A. Domenigoni, John Shaver, Jack Hopkins, J. B. Maxwell, Z. E. Ladd, S. H. Herrick, B. H. Crow,
C. A. Auld.
Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts_________________________________________________________________
Overdrafts_________________________________________________ _______ ______ _____
Bonds, warrants, and other securities_____________ _____ ____ _____________________ _____ _
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures....
. .
Safe deposit vaults. _
_ ________________________
_____ _______
Other real estate owned.
..
_ .
..... ...
Due from reserve banks
„
.
.
Due from other banks_________________ _____________________ _______ ____ ______
Actual cash on hand
............
Exchanges fo r clearing house

Checks and other cash items__________________________________ ________________________
Other resources_____________ ___
T otals

.

..........

Capital stock paid in _.

.

$59,453 C
C
14,000 00
1,000 00
650 00
2,342 77
487 51
1,119 84
86 44

LIABILITIES
$25,000 00

Individual deposits subject to check
Ravings deposits _
Demand certificates o f deposit

1,800 36
1,571 06 ------------- ---------

37,164 89

Time certificates of deposit_____________________________________ ________________ :
_______
Certified checks .
__
_

1,103 25

...

12,500 00

Totals




Combined

$79,189 56

Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid.
Other existing profits, collected, hut not in' undivided profits account..

Cashier’s checks

Savings
department

..

$79,139 56

......... .........

R E P O R T O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N K S .

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

25—19462

527.

THE STATE BANK OP RAMONA— RAMONA.

Incorporated August 9, 1911.
Officers— G. A. Davidson, President; W. E. Woodward, Vice-President; R. K. Williams, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
Directors— G. A. Davidson, W. E. Woodward, R. K. Williams, P. V. Morgan, B. F. Pepper, Sr., R. D. Spicer, Henry Baldwin, W. J.
Hanford, G. S. Scott.
Statement of June 23, 1915.

Safe deposit vaults________________________________________________________________________________
Other real estate owned. ________________________________________________________________________
Due from reserve banks______ _ _ _______________________________________________________________
_
Dna from other hanks
........
_
_
.....
...............
Exchanges fo r clearing house______________

______________

_______________________________ _ __
_

$63,339 88
2 39
11,505 65
1,828 01
9,153 67
3,754 42
35 01
$79,619 03

LIABILITIES

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account_________________________

__

Deposits, due to banks______ ________________ 2__________________________________________________
Dividends u n p a id ___ __________________________________________ _____________________________ _
Savings deposits

.

.

..

.

Certified checks_________________________________________________________________ _________________

4,500 00
28,104 93

Combined

70 00
10,270 00
31 25
10,000 00

$79,619 03

385




$25,000 00
800 00
842 85

Savings
department

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

386

528.

BANK OF DOS PALOS— DOS PALOS.

Incorporated September 12, 1911.
Officers—R. E. Hoyle, President; J. F. Flory, Vice-President; F. V. Edwards, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
D irectors— J. H. Flory, William Milburn, John Martin, B. P. Jackson, C. A. Bibler, R. E. Hoyle, W. J. Padden.
Statement of June 23, 1915.

$25,312 41
3 03
10,000 00
3,793 23
2,093 35
2 00
34 83
$41,238 85
LIABILITIES
$25,000 00

Bills payable~(including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed).—




_ __ _________

51 27
23 50

9,452 11
6,711 97

$41,238 85

Savings
department

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

529.
Officers— W . B . N ic h o ls , P r e s i d e n t ;
D irectors— O. J. W o o d w a r d , W . B .
C la r e n c e W ils o n .

DINUBA SAVINGS BANK— DINUBA.

I n c o r p o r a t e d J u n e 19, 1911.
R . E. L . M o r to n , V ic e - P r e s id e n t ; C la r e n c e W ils o n , S e c r e t a r y , T r e a s u r e r a n d C a s h ie r.
N ic h o ls , F. H. W ils o n , E. S e lig m a n , G. W . O s te rh o u t, J. A. R e in e r s , E. B a r r is , R . E. L. M o r to n ,

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts____________________________________________________________________
Overdrafts____________________________________________________________________________
Bonds, warrants, and other securities_____ i_________________________________________ ____
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures.—
._________________________________________________
Safe deposit vaults___________ ________________ ________________ ______________________
Other real estate owned^.______________ _________________________________________________
Due from reserve banks______________________ ___________________________________________
Due from other banks_________________________________________________ !________________
Actual cash on hand_______________ ________________________________________ __________
Exchanges for clearing house _ .
. ...
................ .. .
_
.... _ .
•
......
Checks and other cash items______ — ___ _______________________________________________
Other resources
.............. .
. ..
...
.
_ ....
Totals

................... ...... ..

. .

.

. . .

.....

.. ..

Savings
department
$100,506 80
2,763 75

.1,142 51
3,048 49

$107,461 55

LIABILITIES

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account__________________________




$25,000 00
1,500 00
2,362 26

78,599 29

$107,461 55

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

“ BANK OF MILPITAS’ ’ —MILPITAS.

Incorporated August 4, 1911.
Lynn, President; E. P. Giacomazzi, Vice-President and Secretary; L. E. Barber, Vice-President; A. L. Crabb,
Treasurer and Cashier.
' I ; ! I !
.
i
1
D i r e c t o r s — M. Lynn, E. P. Giacomazzi, A. L. Crabb, J. W. Smith, James Boyd, Alfred Gallagher, Chas. Brandt, Frazier O. Reed,
L. E. Barber.
Statement of June 23, 1915.

388

530.
O f f i c e r s — M.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

Savings
department

Combined

$73,850 00

$110,242 72

10,191 00
2,127 50

6,141 70

10,191 00
8,269 20

20,958 52

6,301 09

27,259 61

3,140 80

____ ____________________________________________

3,139 75

6,280 55

31 20

31 20

$72,841 74

$89,432 54

$162,274 28

$21,081 00
750 00
1,188 35

$8,919 00
750 00
2,638 90

$30,000 00
1,500 00
3,827 25

77,124 64
2,438 75

38,333 64
77,124 64
2,438 75

50 00

50 00

9,000 00

9,000 00

LIABILITIES

Other existing nroflts. collected, but not in undivided Droflts account_____________________________
___
1
Bills navable (including certificates o f denosit renresenting monev borrowed! ___ _____
Deposits, due to banks___ ________ _____ _____________________________________________ _________
Dividends u n p a id __________________________ _________ __________ ____ __________________________

38*333 64
Time certificates o f deposits_______ ______ _
Cashier’s checks

_______________________

____________________________

.

Postal savings deposits *
Other liabilities "




*

....... . ... ..
..

........... .
...

.— . ...
$72,841 74

$89,432 54

$162,274 28

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

$30,392 72
O verdrafts_______ _____________________________

531.

SAN LEANDRO STATE B A N K -S A N LEANDRO.

Incorporated September 18, 1911.
S. Weaver, President and Cashier; Daniel Best, Vice-President; J. J. Gill, Secretary; C. Q. Rideout, Treasurer; H. C.
Barton, Assistant Cashier; R. H. Cross, Attorney.
D i r e c t o r s — A. S. Weaver, F. B. Granger, Daniel Best, L. J. Martin, J. J. Smith, Joe Dutra Gonsalves, Chas. Q. Rideout, R. H.
Cross, J. J. Gill.

O f f i c e r s —A.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

RESOURCES

Savings
department

$96,921 07
12 08
10,248 51

Exchanges fo r clearing house________________________ _____________________________________________

$139,325 49

8,701 77
49 60
9,291 58

11,160 39

25,240 50
4,945 00

4,053 56

Combined
$236,246
12
35,489
4,945

56
08
01
00

19,862 16
49 60
13,345 14
56 10

56 10
$125,280 71

$184,724 94

$310,005 65

$30,000 00
2,000 00
2,459 47

$20,000 00
500 00
4,909 82

$50,000 00
2,500 00
7,369 29

...........issjaiTiSr

72,374 44
153,915 12
6 00

LIABILITIES

72,374 44
Savings d e p o s its _____ I ________________________

6 00
736 61
518 29
16,944 17
241 73

5,400 00

$125,280 71

$184,724 04

736 61
518 29
22,344 17
241 73
$310,005 65

389




________________________________________________

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

534, 534A AND 534B.

“ THE FIRST SAVINGS BANK OF SHASTA COUNTY”

CO
CjD

REDDING.

Incorporated November 28, 1911.
P. Smith, President; Fred Dersch, Vice-President; B. L. Smith, Secretary; Edwin L. Bailey, Treasurer and Cashier;
H. D. Matthews, Manager Kennett Branch; J. W. Anderson, Manager Anderson Branch.
D ir e c t o r s —A. P. Smith, Edwin L. Bailey, C. W. Leininger, Geo. A. Grotefurd, Pred Dersch.

o

O f f ic e r s — A.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES

Savings
department

Combined

Safe deposit vaults___________________ ____ ______________________ ________ ____________ ____ : ___
_
Other real estate owned_____________________ ______________________________ - _________ _________
Due from other banks_____________________________ ____ ________ _________ __________ ______ __
Actual cash on hand_______ __________________ _____ _____________________________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing housei________________________ ___________________________________________

$489,342 14

165,210 00

218,809 32
8,800 00

21,614 54

2,650 00
48,738 63

2,650 00
70,353 17

15,211 07

21,698 57

36,909 64
405 54
400 00

$659,228 32

$827,669 81

$55,000 00
5,000 00
14,153 91

$75,000 00
5,000 00
15,878 97

405 54

LIABILITIES

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account___ — - ___ - _________—
Bills payable (including certificates o f denosit representing money borrowed)_________ ____________

1,725 06
1,132 66

1,132 66

123,091 48
1,028 85
1,231
2,682
10,000
7,550

486,628 38
72,601 26

10
04
00
30

25,000 00
844 77

$168,441 49

$659,228 32

N ote.— T he above statement includes the business of the Kennett and Anderson branch offices.




123,091
486,628
1,028
72,601
1,231
2,682
35,000
8,395

48
38
85
26
10
04
00
07

$827,669 81

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

_______________

$420,531 12

$20,000 00

___________________________

53,599 32
8,800 00

$168,441 49

____ ____

$68,811 02

400 00

O verdrafts____ _____________________

535.
O f f i c e r s —M.
D i r e c t o r s — M.

“ SAVINGS BANK OF WINTERS” — WINTERS.

Incorporated November 23, 1911.
O. Wyatt, President; Wm. Brinck, Vice-President; I. A. Morris, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; C. S. Culton,
O. Wyatt, Wm. Brinck, P. M. Wyatt, Fred W. Wilson, H. G. Boyce.
Statement of June 23, 1915.

O v e r d r a fts ...............
.........
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
.
.
.
...
. ...
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
...
...
.
________
________________ _____________ ___________ __
Safe deposit vaults_________ _
Other real estate owned. _____________ _ _____ ______________ __________________________________
Due from reserve banks.........
Due from other hanks

Savings
_ _ department__
$103,350 45

5,537 70
1,782 55
1,580 70

Exchanges for clearing house
Checks and other cash items
Other resources . . . . .

$112,260 40

Capital stock paid in

. .

...

LIABILITIES
...

..........

.. . .

$25,000 00
6,250 00
4,971 46

Rills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)
Dividends unpaid ...
Savings deposits
Demand certificates o f deposit
Time certificates o f deposit.
Cashier’ s checks

Totals

76,038 94

Combined

BEPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

.................

. . . . . . . .

............

$112,260 40

391




........

LOS ANGELES TITLE & TRUST COMPANY— LOS ANGELES.

Incorporated January 24, 1901.
Lee Martin, President; Donald O’Melveny, Vice-President and Treasurer; Edgar G. Harkness, Secretary; Geo. S.
Seward, Assistant Secretary ; A. R. Kilgore, Trust Officer.
D i r e c t o r s — Donald O’Melveny, Henry Lee Martin, Edgar G. Harkness.

392

536.
O f f i c e r s — Harry

Statement of June 23,1915.
Trust

RESOURCES

Savings

Private trusts

Court trusts
O verdrafts ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Bonds, warrants and other securities
. ... .
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
Safe deposit vaults
.
...
....
.
Other real estate owned ,
.... ..........
............................
Due from reserve hanks _
Actual cash on hand ......
....
_
_ ....
Exchanges fo r clearing house. ______________ _________ ________ ______
Checks and other cash items _
............
Other resources. _ . ______________ _______________________ _____ _________________________________
Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers
or trustees........
.
..

$100,000 00

$200,500 00

10,000 00

10,000 00

7,189 62

$100,500 00

7,189 62

..

f

\

v

in accordance with provisions o f frustj } Real property

Combined

J

Private trusts
not under
supervision o f
State Banking
Department

"
$100,500 00

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid in__________________________________________________________________________________________
Surplus
......
.............................................
...
.
..
...... .
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid ________________________ _______________________

$117,189 62

$217,689 62

$100,000 00
500 00

$100,000 00

$200,000 00
500 00
17,189 62

17,189 62

Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)..

a

Deposits o f money received from executors, administrators, guardians,

Private trusts
n ot under
supervision o f
StateBanking
Department

Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers
Trusts held as executor, administrator, guardian, assignee, receiver or




l

$100,500 00

-------

J

$117,189 62

$217,689 62

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial

26—19462

537.

“ THE FIRST STATE BANK OF MA NT E CA ’

MANTECA.

Incorporated November 28, 1911.
O f f i c e r s — E . J . Norcross, President; John A. Boberg, Vice-President; Fred Norcross, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — E . J. Norcross, Joshua Cowell, Fred Norcross, E . Powers, John A. Boberg.
Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts
....
....
.
____
.
Overdrafts
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
Safe deposit vaults
Other real estate owned
. . . . .
Due from reserve hanks
. . .
Due from other hanks
..........
Actual cash on hand_________
Exchanges for clearing house
.................... .
_ ... .
Checks and other cash item s. .....................
Other resources ___________________________________________________________ _____ ____ _____________
Totals

...

.................

Savings

Combined

department

$49,634 12
21 10
28,369 85
3,159 50
12,502 55
6,279 58
76 45
$100,043 15
—

Capital stock paid in
Surplus
. . .

......... .

Motes rediscounted
Dividends unpaid .
.
.
Individual deposits subject to cheek
Savings depo’sits
............
Demand certificates o f deposit
Time certificates o f deposit
Certified checks
" ...

.................... .

...... .

$25,000 00
500 00
1,630 60
5,000.00
2,500 00

...................
......

51,401 25
165 70
1,345 60
12,500 00

$100,043 15

393




LIABILITIES

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

INYO COUNTY BANK— BISHOP.

Incorporated December 22, 1911.
O f f i c e r s — Wilfred W. Watterson, President; Eliza Watterson, Vice-President; Mark Q. Watterson,
Cashier; A. D. Schiveley, Assistant Cashier; C. D. Bowman, Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — Wilfred W. Watterson, Mark Q. Watterson, Eliza Watterson.
Statement of June 23, 1915.
RESOURCES

Savings
department
67
30
00
20
00
03
95
60

358 93
5,321 07
$717,718 75
LIABILITIES
$100,000 00
3,000 00
8,864 32
50,000 00
292,258 65
21,681 74
206,208 97
11,947 16
22,446 12
1,311 79
$717,718 75
ote

. — The

above statement includes the business of the Big Pirje branch office.

Treasurer and

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

19,250
56,086
1,086
38,672

N

Secretary,
*

$544,799
1,915
25,750
24,478




394

538 AND 538A.

539.

BURBANK SAVINGS BANK— BURBANK.
Incorporated December 6, 1911.

O fficers — H. A. Church, President; Martin Pupka, Vice-President; A. E. Dufur, Secretary and Assistant Cashier; R. O. Church,
D

Treasurer and Cashier.
H . A. Church, Martin Pupka, A.
A. O. Kendall.

ir e c t o r s —

E.

Dufur,

Church,

R . O.

J.

T.

Shelton, Thomas Story, Chas.

B.

Fisher,

J. H .

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Savings
department

Combined

$91,902 20

B on d s, w arran ts, and other securities ...

..

.

12,861 23

B a n k p re m ise s , fu r n itu r e a n d fix tu r e s _________________________________________________________________________

......

Dne from reserve hanks
Actual eash on hand
E xchanges fo r clearing house
Other resources

. _
...

.

. ....

. . . . .
.................... .

.

. . ......
..

7,146 36

...

2,486 29

............
$114,396 08

LIABILITIES
Oapital stock paid in______________________________________________________
Surplus _____________________ ____ _____________ ___________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid____________________________
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account______
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed).
Deposits, due to banks......................... ....................................... ............... ............
Dividends un paid ___________ ____ ____________ _______ _____________________
Individual deposits subject to check-------------------- ------ ------ ------------------------Savings deposits _________________________________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit_____________________________________________
Time certificates o f deposit__ ____ __________ _____ _______ ____________ ____
Certified checks_____________ ____________ ______ ____________________ _____
Cashier’s ch eck s____________________________ ___________________________ __
State, county and municipal deposits______________________________________
Postal savings deposits____________________________________________________
Other liabilities __________ _______________ _____ _______ ___________ ________ ■

Totals..

1,000 00

2,773 92

75,028 03

..

10,594 13
$114,396 08

395




$25,000 00 ..

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

Safe deposit, vaults

Avery,

396

540.

NORTHERN SOLANO SAVINGS BANK— DIXON.

Incorporated December 12, 1911.
— H. R. Timm, President; R. E. L. Stephens, Vice-President; H. L. Bissell, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; A. C.

O

f f ic e r s

D

ir e c t o r s

Assistant C&shioi**

— H. R. Timm, R. E. L. Stephens, J. D. Grady, J. L. Kilkenny, Robert Watson, J. J. Clark, E. D. N. Lehe, Winfield R.
Madden, W. J. Weyand.
Statement of June 23,1915.

RESOURCES

Exchanges for clearing house____________________________________________________________________ _
Checks and other cash i t e m s . __________________________________________ _______________________
Other resources_______________ _________ ___________________ _______________________________________

Savings
department
$75,090 C
O
18,350 00
24,787 10
7,474 78
2,181 17

$127,883 05
LIABILITIES
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______________________________ ______________ . . .
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account------- ----- ----------------- ------------Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrow ed)..._________ __________
Deposits, due.to banks___ ______ ______________________________________ .___________________________
Dividends u n pa id _______________________________________________________________________________ .
Individual deposits subject to check_________________________________________ ___________________

$25,000 C
O
800 C
O
200 87

80,882 18
Demand certificates o f deposit___ .____________ '1__________ ___________________________________ _____
Time certificates o f deposit_____________________________ .__________________________ _____ ,__________
Certified checks_________._____ ______________ _________________________________________________ . . .
Cashier’s checks__________________________________________________________________________________
Postal savings deposits_I_____ *
___________________ .____________ __________________________________




12,000 00

$127,883 05

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Loans and discounts____________________________________ - _________________________________________
_
O verdrafts____________ _____ _____________ : ______________________________________ ____________
Bonds, warrants, and other securities________________________ _____ ....____________________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures____________________________________________________________
Safe deposit vaults---------------------------------- ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------Other real estate owned. ------ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Due from reserve banks____________________________________________________________________________
Due from other banks___________________________ ____________________________________________ . . .

Commercial
department

541.

INDIAN VALLEY BANK— GREENVILLE.
Incorporated January 2, 1912.

O fficers — J. R. Murray, President; P. B. Hosselkus, Vice-President; L. P. McIntyre, Vice-President; H. C. Chamberlain, Secretary,
D irectors — J. R. Murray, P. B. Hosselkus, H. C. Chamberlain, L. P. McIntyre, W. B. Perry, A. J. P. Matthiesen, L. T. Bacher.

Statement of June 23,1915.
Savings
department

$51,900 00
12,851 64
2,245
14,029
1,241
6,222

51
29
41
12

10 75
1,638 11
$90,138 83
LIABILITIES
$25,000 00
53 88
ICO 35
Bills payable~(including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed). _

6 00
52,202 04
500 C
O
12,276 56

$90,138 83

397




_________________

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

O f f ic e r s — J.
D

E.

EL SEGUNDO STATE BANK— EL SEGUNDO.

Incorporated January 27, 1912.
Howell, President; Dan Murphy, Vice-President; P . R . Kellogg, Vice-President;

and Cashier.
—James E. Howell, Jacob F. Faber, Dan Murphy, M. L. McCray, F. R. Kellogg.

398

542.

E . O.

Lewis, Secretary, Treasurer

ir e c t o r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.
RESOURCES

Commercial
department
03
18
C
O
67

$16,550 00
5,091 50
36 75

Combined
$48,566
103
10,179
3,029

03
18
50
42

4,413 51

3,407 24

7,820 75

6,155 26

878 64

7,033 90

$50,768 65

$25,964 13

$76,732 78

$15,000 C
O
2,500 00
199 23

$10,000 C
O

$25,000 00
2,500 00
1,680 54

LIABILITIES
1,481 31

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account______________________________
Bills payable- (fncluding certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)______________________




28,399 92

7,492 55

81 00
2,490 27

28,399
7,492
81
2,490

92
55
00
27

88 50
4,500 00

4,500 00

88 50
9;cco 00

$50,768 65

$25,964 13

$76,732 78

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

$32,016
• 103
5,088
2,992

Savings
department

544.
O
D

MADERA SAVINGS BANK— MADERA.

In corporated F eb ru a ry 29, 1912.
— R . R oberts, P re sid e n t; J. B. H igh, V ice -P re sid e n t; J. G. R oberts, S ecretary, T reasurer an d C a sh ier; J. E. Newm an,
A ssista n t Cashier.
i r e c t o r s — R etu rn R ob erts, J. B. H igh, J. E . N ew m an, J. G. R oberts, F. P. R oberts.

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.
resources

Exchanges fo r clearing bouse______________________________________________________________________
Checks and other cash Items
......
..........
...........
Other resources
Totals . _

..........._

Oanital stock paid in..
Surplus
_ ...

41,536 83

441 71
6,383 24
12,801 01

...

. _
.

__

LIABILITIES
... . . .
...

..

$25,CCO C
O
1,150 00
7,C89 97

155,717 82

Combined

$188,957 79

399.




$127,795 00

$188,957 79

Other existing profits, collected, hut not in'undivided profits account
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed).. ._ ____
Deposits, due to hanks
.
.
'
Dividends unpaid
.
...
Individual deposits subject to check...
Savings deposits
'
..........
Demand certificates o f deposit . . ..
Time certificates o f deposit..
. . . . .
Certified, checks .
Cashier’s checks _
. . .
...
...
State, county and municipal deposits
Postal savings deposits
Other liabilities
.....
..............
Totals

Savings
department

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Loans and discounts______________________________-_____________________________________ ;__________
O verdrafts________________________________________ ____________________________________ . ____
Bonds, warrants, and other securities_______________________________________ ___________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures______________ _______________________ — -------------------------Safe deposit vaults
_____ .. .
. ...
Other real estate owned
.......
. ....
. .
Due from reserve banks________________________________________________________________________ ____
Due from other hanks .
........... .
.
..
_
.

Commercial
department

400

545.

FORT BRAGG COMMERCIAL BANK— FORT BRAGG.
Incorporated March 28, 1912.

Officers — C. W . Mathews, President; A. A. Lord, Vice-President; H. P. Preston, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; R. A. Clark,

Assistant Cashier; Leo Brandon, Assistant Cashier.

D irectors — David Brandon, C. W. Mathews, L. C. Gregory, A. A. Lord, J. W. Preston, H. P. Preston, W. H. Ross.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
RESOURCES

$179,574
2,149
19,300
18,408
1,026

Savings
department
49
24
00
95
00

31,928 99
15,589 05
363 04
$268,339 77
LIABILITIES
$25,000 00
1,000 00
7,960 18
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account______________________________
Bills payable~(fncluding certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)______________________




362 71
195,967 54
24,470 39
400 00
1,890 00
10,791 98
496 97
$268,339 77

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

547.

“ BANK OF SAN JO SE” — SAN JOSE,
Incorporated April 4, 1912.

O fficers — Wm. Knox Beans, President; H. D. Tuttle, Vice-President; V. J. LaMotte, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; Waldo H.

Lowe, Assistant Cashier.

D irectors — Wm. Knox Beans, Frances L. Beans, E. E. Chase, Robert H. Syer, Knox Maddox, Hiram D. Tuttle, V. J. LaMotte.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
RESOURCES

Commercial
department

Combined
$1,873,713
182
536,663
356,000

73
14
10
00

$579,928
182
172,815
173,000

$1,293,784 81

85,186
20,710
91,903
5,482
190
959

Totals___________________________________________________________________________

92
14
30
00
66
09
76
16
89
70

156,143 79
40,159 89

241,330 45
20,710 09
132,063 65
5,482 16
190 89
959 70

$1,130,359 62

$2,036,936 29

$3,167,295 91

$250,000 00
62,500 00
9,851 24

$50,000 00
135,000 00
57,905 77

$300,000 00
197,500'00
67,757 01

363,847 80
183,000 00

LIABILITIES

Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid---------------------------------------------------------------------------

32,066 66
1,794,030 52

69,227 79
36,352 00
805 21

49
52
79
00
21

95,000 00

95,000 00
24 23
$1,130,359 62

574,532
1,794,030
69,227
36,352
805

24 23
$2,036,936 29

$3,167,295 91

401




32,066 66
574,532 49

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Savings
department

402

548.

“ LA HABRA VALLEY B A N K ” — BREA.
Incorporated March 27, 1912.

O fficers — C. R. Thomas, President; Thomas Davidson, Vice-President; L. H. VanHoorebeke, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
D irectors — George Chaffey, W. J. Hole, C. R. Thomas, Thomas Davidson, J. B. Chaffey.

Statement of June 23,1915.
Savings
department

Commercial
department

$67,912 10
9 94
18,935 20
11,929 45
i

16,116 26
8,757 57
170 20
26 37
$123,857 09
LIABILITIES

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account________________________
Bills payable~(including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)___________________




$25,000 00
125 00
3,904 71

77,899 69
4,307 83
119 86
12,500 00
$123,857 09

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

RESOURCES

549.

BANK OP PLANADA— PLANADA.
Incorporated .April 2, 1912.

O fficers — J. C. Cunningham, President; John H. Wolf sen, Vice-President; M. A. McCloskey, Vice-President; A. A. Werner, Secre­

tary, Treasurer and Cashier.

D irectors —Arnold A. Werner, W. B. Broadwell, J. C. Cunningham, J. H. Wolfsen, M. A. McCloskey.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
RESOURCES

Commercial
department

$15,478 75

T o t a l s _________________________________

$31,020 70

$19,739 25

1,379 54

1,379 54
8,486 82

69 34

568 47

2,056 00

499 13
4,500 00

LIARILITIES

Capital stock paid in------------------------------------------------------------------------Surplus ________________________i ---------------------------------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid________ ________________...
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account____
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed).
Deposits, due to banks______ ________________________________________
Dividends unpaid_____ ____________ ________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check______ ___ — ___ ______ ____________
Savings deposits _______________ _________ ___________ _______ ___
Demand certificates of deposit............................. ...........................................
Time certificates of deposit_ !---- --------- ---------------- ---------------- -----------_
Certified checks ___________________________________________________
Cashier’s checks____________ _________ _____________________________
State, county and municipal deposits_____________________i____________
Postal savings deposits.................. .................................................. ...............
Other liabilities_________________________ ___________________________
Totals____________________________ _________ __________________

$20,000 00

3^378 28

7,642 42

$31,020 70

4,500 00
$5,709 38

$36,730 08

$5,000 00

$25,000 00

17_ 50*

3,395 78

691 88

7,642 42
691 88

$5,709 38

$36,730 08

...........

403




$4,260 50

2,056 00
8,486 82

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

L o a n s a n d d is c o u n t s _____________________
O v e r d r a ft s _______________________________
B o n d s , w a r r a n t s , a n d o t h e r securities.
B a n k p re m ise s , fu r n itu r e a n d fix tu r e s ..
S a fe d e p o s it v a u lt s _________________ ____
O th er r e a l e s ta te o w n e d _________________
D u e f r o m res erv e b a n k s _________________
D u e f r o m o t h e r b a n k s ___________________
A c t u a l c a s h o n h a n d _____________________
E x c h a n g e s for. c le a r in g h o u s e ___________
C h eck s a n d o t h e r c a s h ite m s ___________
O th er r e s o u r c e s ---- -------- ---------------------------

Savings
department

404

550.

BANK OP GALT— GALT.
Incorporated April 5, 1912.
W, L. Robison, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
W. B. Sawyer, R. L. Gower, W. L. Robison.

O f f ic e r s — Hull McClaughry, President; George Orr, Vice-President;
D ir e c t o r s — Hull McClaughry, P. H. Stevenson, George Orr, A. Lippi,

Statement of June 23,1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES
..........
.
. . .

.

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________________________________________________

Safe deposit vaults _

_..

___

Other real estate owned. _______________________________________________________________
Due from reserve banks__________ ________________ _______________________ ;______________
Due from other banks__________________________ _______________________________ _ _____
Actual cash on hand

.

. . . . . . . ............. .

Exchanges for clearing house____________________________________________________________
Cheeks and other cash items
Other resources . . .
Totals

....

...

............

$66,060 41
99 99
16,795 51
1,512 60
16,810 42
6,122 90
37 55

. ...

. . .

$107,439 38

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in
. . .
............... .. ...
Surplus
. . . . . . . . . . . .
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid _
Other existing profits, collected, but not in’ undivided profits account

$25,000 00
350 00
*115 90

Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)___ _______________

Deposits, due to hanks

_

.

........ .

Dividends unpaid . _______________________ __________________ ;__________________________
Individual deposits subject to c h e c k ....................
Savings deposits .
^
....

........

45,865 73
364 36
22,753 81
45 44
478 19
12,500 00
197 75

Totals

.

♦Deficit.




..

...

. . . . . .

$107,439 38

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Loans and discounts
. _
Ovnrdrafta
. . . . . .
Bonds, warrants, and other securities..............

Savings
department

551.
O
D

FARMERS AND MECHANICS’ SAVINGS BANK OF HEALDSBURG— HEALDSBURG.

Incorporated March 16, 1912.
— C. W. Weaver, President; S. L. Wattles, Vice-President; J. H. Miller, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; L. J. Hall,
Assistant Secretary and Assistant Cashier.
i r e c t o r s — Eli Bush, J. T. Coffman, J. H. Gunn, J. A. McMinn, E. B. Snook, S. L. Wattles, C. W. Weaver.

f f ic e r s

Statem ent of J une 23, 1915.

T.nnns and discounts

...

Overdrafts________ ___________________________________

Bonds, warrants, and other securities .
Bank- premises, furniture and fixtures
Safe deposit vaults

.

..

_____________________
._

Savings
department
$379,700 00

______
_

41,780 66

Due from reserve hanks

12,129 68

Actual cash on hand.

7,613 73

$441,223 41

Capital stock paid in

LIABILITIES
.

_

.............................. .

$50,000 00
5,000 00
3,737 69
11,443 81

364,541 91

6,500 00

I

$441,223 41

405




...

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

O
D

406

552.

“ CHULA VISTA STATE B A N K ’ ’— CHULA VISTA.

Incorporated April 27, 1912.
— Wm. E. Otis, President; Chas. W. Darling, Vice-President; Chas. A. Vance, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
i r e c t o r s — C. W. Darling, E. Melville, C. A. Vance, Lilian O. Vance, Wm. E. Otis.

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.

__

.......... _ .

.............

$48,890
17
13,988
2,374
100

41
25
52
10
00

9,481 98
Actual cash on hand

(

Checks and other cash items__ ____________________
Totals

..

..

______________________________________________

_ . . _ .........

.

.

.. .. _....... _ ....

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in____________ - _________________________________ ____________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid. ..
_
- .....
... ....
Other existing profits, collected, hilt not. in" undivided profits account
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)_____ ____________ ._____

3,531 15
47 45

$78,430 86

$25,000 00
600 00
325 40

34,915 02
5,140 44
12,450 00
Other liabilities

_________________________________________________________________________________




$78,430 86

Combined

REPORT OF SUP ERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Ronds, -warrants, and other seenritieR

Savings
department

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

553.

SAVINGS BANK OF SUTTER COUNTY—YU BA CITY.

Incorporated May 15, 1912.
— C. R. Boyd, President; B. P. Walton, Vice-President; Geo. T. Boyd, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; E. M. Boyd,

O

f f ic e r s

D

ir e c t o r s

— C. R. Boyd, Geo. T. Boyd, B. F. Walton, H. A. Walton, Jr., P. S. Walton.

RESOURCES

Commercial
department

Savings
department

Combined

$321,417 20 --------------------- 37,885 O
O
34,500 00
10,235 81
10,711 90
1,711 93
10,650 00
$427,111 84
LIABILITIES
$25,000 00
25,000 00
10,873 43

340,865 38

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

12,873 03
12,500 00

$427,111 84

407




Statement of June 23, 1915.

408

555.

BANK OF GILROY— GILROY.

Incorporated May 10, 1912.
— Henry Hecker, President; R. Eschenburg, Vice-President; W. R. Pyle, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier ; A. W. Chesbro,
Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — Henry Hecker, Rodney Eschenburg, M. Casey, H. R. Chesbro, C. R. Wilson, G. A. Wentz, R. Brem.

O

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES

Savines
department

Combined

Actual cash on hand

.

_

.....

....

...

.

..

.............. .

O
S
IS
84
00

$328,068 91

1,080
13,752
1,615
20,651
2,388

00
13
06
35
20

380 00
558 98

$596,009 94
901 18
87,203 84
35,900 00

23,050 00
18,900 00

1,410
14,311
1,615
31,319
2,388

10,668 59

1,045 52

00
11
06
94
20

1,045 52

$390,478 31

$381,626 48

$772,104 79

LIABILITIES

RIIIr payabln (including certificates o f deposit- representing money borrowed)

...............

$58,616 66
59.000 00
3,840 33
11,809 46
20.000 00

$85,000
3,500
1,558
7,125

00
00
08
26

$88,616 66
62,500 00
5,398 41
18,984 72
20,000 00

Dividends u n p a id ______________________ __________________________________ ________________________




187,051 84

38,440 00
1,389 53
$890,478 31

187,051 84
334,443 14
11,416 91
3,883 10
30 43

334,443 14

11,416 91
3,883 10
30 48

38,440 00
1,389 53

—

$772,104 79

$381,626 48
i

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

$267,941
901
64,153
17,000

557.

HEALDSBURG SAVINGS BANK— HEALDSBURG.

Incorporated May 25, 1912.
President; E. M. Norton, Vice-President; J. R. Williams, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
E. Burnham, W. Goddard, E. M. Norton, Frank Passalacqua, Ira H. Rosenberg, J. W. Seawell, Geo. H.
Warfield, Geo. C. Alexander.

O f f i c e r s — Geo. H. Warfield,
D i r e c t o r s — E. H. Barnes, A.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Doans and discounts
. __ ..
.
.
.
.
.
O verdrafts_________ __________________ __________________________________________________________
Bonds, warrants, and other securities________________________________________ ____________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures____________________ __________________________________________
Safe deposit vaults_______________________________ ___ _________ ________ __________________
Other real estate owned .
Due from reserve banks__________________________________________________ ____________________ . .
Due from other hanks
..............
Aetna! eash on hand
...
.. .
Exchanges fo r clearing house
......... . .
.........
. .
..
Checks and other cash items
.....
...
...........................
Other resources .... .
Totals

......... ............. ..

.

.

, . -

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in___________________________________________ __ ____________________________
Surplus
..................
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Other existing profits, collected, but. not in undivided profits account
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)....
Deposits, due to hanks
.
Dividends unpaid
. ........
_
Individual deposits subject to check_________________________ _____________________________________
Savings deposits
.. ___
___
...
....
..... ............
Demand certificates o f deposit_____________________________________________________________________
Time certificates o f deposit,
..
..
.
.
Certified checks
_____
Cashier’s ch ecks_________________________________________________________________________________
State, county and municipal deposits
Postal savings deposits________T
___________________________________________________________________
Other liabilities ~ ..
..........
. _
.......
Totals

,

.

_

.

.

...........

$287,343 60
25,022 66

4,930 47
5,743 95

$323,040 68

$25,000 00
6,250 00
26 20
5,869 42
169 50
275,725 56

Combined

10,000 00

$323,040 68

409




___ ....

Savings
department

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

410

558.

COMMERCIAL BANK OF SA N G E R -SA N G E R .

Incorporated M ay 23, 1912.
— George S. Coblentz, President; L. Powers, Vice-President; E . A . Boye, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier;
McLaughlin, Assistant Cashier.
D irectors— J. E. Burnett, L. Powers, Geo. S. Coblentz, W. S. Burns, Thos. F. Madden, W. B. Hazelton, S. Frankenau.

O

f f ic e r s

B.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
RESOURCES

Commercial
department
$113,284 20
208 19
4,800 00
56,833 40
11,971 23
180 60
$187,302 62

LIABILITIES
$26,000 00
12,500 00
8,389 80

123,995 30
22,236 84
120 68

$187,302 62

Savings
department

Combined

REPORT OF SUP ERINTENDENT OF BANKS.




H.

559 AND 559A.
O
D

LASSEN INDUSTRIAL BANK— SUSANVILLE.

Incorporated April 5, 1912.
— Jules Alexander, President; W. G. Culbreth, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
i r e c t o r s — Jules Alexander, J. B. Christie, R . E . Bangham, C. E » Lawson, W . G. Culbreth, T . J. Dunlap, G.

f f ic e r s

L.

Kramer.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES
_

. . . .

...

.

B ant premises, furniture and fixtures............
Other real estate owned
_
T)no from reserve ban Vs
Due from other hanVs ..

..........

__
.

.

_

_

. . . . . .

..

.

.

33,073 00
8,484 35
600 00
24,681 67
5,023 40
26,406 85

.

Exchanges for clearing house
Other resources

$243,937 67

507 24
3,210 58

_.................

$345,904 76
LIABILITIES

Other existing profits, collected, hut not in undivided profits account

.

.

Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)___________________
Deposits, due to banks______________ 1_____I ____________ ’_____________________________
Ravings deposits

.........

....................

.........

.............. .

.

..........

$57,500 00
7,000 00
3,537 94
25,000 00
138,800 84
2,692 22
92,660 33

Cashier’s checks
Postal savings deposits...'

..

........................
*

..

......................
..

.......... .......................

Combined
R E P O R T O P S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O P B A N K S .

Loans and discounts

Overdrafts_____________________________________ __________r_________________________
Bonds, warrants, and other securities_______ - ________________ 1_________________________

Savings
department

.......
18,000 00
713 43
$345,904 76




411

N ote.— T he above statement includes the business of the Bieber branch office.

412

560.

ESCALON STATE BANK— ESCALON.

I n c o r p o r a t e d J u n e 13, 1912.
S. J. I r w in , P r e s i d e n t ; W . E . M u rlin , V ic e - P r e s id e n t ; I r a W o l f , S e c r e t a r y , T r e a s u r e r a n d C a s h i e r ; W a r r e n S h a m b u r g ,
A s s is t a n t C a s h ie r.
D i r e c t o r s —:I r a W o l f , W . E . M u r lin , C. M . C a r ls o n , W a r r e n S h a m b u r g , S. J. Ir w in .
O

f f ic e r s —

Statement of Junfe 23,1915.

Ronds, warrants, and other securities
"Rant premises, furniture and fixtures
Safe deposit vaults

..............
.. .
..........

Other real estate owned- _________________ ________________

One from reserve hanks
Due from other hanlrs

_

,

.....

___________________________

......

___ .
........ _ ...

Exchanges for clearing house_____________ ____ ________________ ________________________ _
Checks and other cash item s..

$53,215 92
203 64
15,905 76
11,560 00
9,273 81
3,969 97
81 85
$94,210 95

flapit.nl stock paid in

LIABILITIES
..........

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account__________________________

$25,000 00
750 00
1,950 32

Rills payable (including certificates o f deposit, representing money borrowed)

53,894 02
5,366 61
Postal savings deposits '




.

50 00
7,200 00
$94,210 95

Savings
department

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

562.
O
D

“ BANK OF PRINCETON” — PRINCETON.

Incorporated April 19, 1912.
— Tennant Harrington, President; W. A. Yerxa, Vice-President; P. M. Porter, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
i r e c t o r s — B. H . Burton, P. H. Green, Edwin Barham, C. G. Picknell, Tennant Harrington, W. A. Yerxa, Prank Moody.

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23,1915.

Overdrafts

..

_

...

....................

Other real estate owned. _____________________________________________________________




$83,868
15S
33,678
21,879

Savings
department

Combined

59
22
50
98

7,729 61
312 00
6,176 70

I

111 15
$153,904 75
LIABILITIES
$60,000 00
6,000 C
O
3,616 43

'

10,000 00
.1
31,936 67
1,790 00
10,486 65
75 00
30,000 00

$153,904 75

1 '
1

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

414

563.

SECURITY COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS BANK OF EL CENTRO— EL CENTRO.

Incorporated May 17, 1912.
— B. R. Brundage, President; J. K. Hermon, Vice-President; O. G. Horne, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; L. C. Layton,
Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — O. G. Horne, W . S. Fawcett, J. Stewart Ross, B . R. Brundage, J. K . Hermon, F. O. Luckett, Harry L. Person.

O

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.
RESOURCES

Savings
department

$56,602 44

$28,441 71

Combined
$85,044 15
13,390 76
5,000 00

13,390 76
5,000 C
O
972 21

41,648 84

66
18
C
O
87

2.6C6 03

8,755 69
1,827 18
288 00
2,310 87

$126,245 54

$32,019 95

$158,265 49

$20,000 00

$5,CC0 C
O

$25,000 00

1,639 68

262 64

1,902 32

26,757 31

77,267 39
28,757 31

40,676 63
6,149
1,827
288
2,310

LIABILITIES

Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)___________________




77,267 39
12,553
27
3,057
11,700

12,553
27
8,057
11,700

84
40
23
C
O

$126,245 54

$32,019 95

84
40
23
00

$158,265 49

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

565.
O
D

MONTEBELLO STATE BANK— MONTEBELLO.

Incorporated July 20, 1912.
Church, President; H . A . Church, Jr., Vice-President; J. W. Van Orsdel, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
i r e c t o r s — Robert Wilson, A . E . Matson, E . T. Cochrum, H . A. Church, John P. Atkinson, J. W. Van Orsdel, Fred Layman, H . A.
Church, Jr., E . A . Martin.
«
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f f ic e r s —

H.

A.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

.

. ..

..........

. .

.....

..

.

$56,229 68
81 02
15,255 C
O
10,375 C
O
325 C
O
6,796 03
3,592 23
25 00
2,775 93

Other resources

$93,454 89
LIABILITIES
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
.....
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account______________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)___ . . . . _____________

$25,C O C
O O
560 00
1,071 84

7C
O
45,369 76

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

O verdrafts_______________________________________________________________________________________
Bonds, warrants, and other securities____________________________________________________ ________
■RanIt premises, furniture and fixtures- ....
..... ......................
. _ ......
Safe deposit vaults. ____________________________________________________________ _____________
Other real estate owned________________________________ . . . ________________________________________
Due from reserve banks_______________ ________ ______ ______ , ___________________________ ._________
_
Due from other hanks .
.. ____ . . .
._ .
...
...
..............................
Exchanges fo r clearing house

Savings
department

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

9,446 09
Oashier’s checks

2C
12,CC0 00
$93,454 89

415




.

41G

566.

FIRST BANK OF JAMESTOWN— JAMESTOWN.

I n c o r p o r a t e d J u n e 11, 1912.
W . E . B o o k e r , P r e s i d e n t ; G e o r g e H . I n g a lls , V ic e - P r e s id e n t ; P a u l E . M e r tz , S e c r e t a r y , T r e a s u r e r a n d C a s h i e r ; C. R .
A n t h o n y , A s s is t a n t C a s h ie r , A s s is t a n t T r e a s u r e r a n d A s s is t a n t S e c r e t a r y .
D i r e c t o r s — A n d r e w M c C o r m ic k , W . E . B o o k e r , P . B a r e n d re g h t, G eo. H . I n g a lls , C h a s. A . F it z g e r a ld , G . N . P o r t e r , E d w a r d M a rtin ,
P a u l E . M e r tz , E . T . J a s p e r , T . L . R ic h a r d s , A . D . H e r o ld , W . B . B u c k m in s te r .
O

f f ic e r s —

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

Savings
department
$90,265 68
18,056 42
3,893 71
6,208 44
2,330 96

$120,755 21
L I A B IL IT IE S

Capital stock paid in________________________________________________
Surplus ___________________________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid_________________________
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account______
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed).
Deposits, due to banks______________________________________________
Dividends unpaid___________________________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check___________________________________
Savings deposits_________________________________ ______ ___________
Demand certificates of deposit------------_-----------------------------------------------Time certificates of deposit___________________________________________
Certified checks_______________________________________ ____________
Cashier’s checks______________________________________________ _____
State, county and municipal deposits_________________________________
Postal savings deposits_______________________________________ ____ —
Other liabilities____________________________________________________
Totals..




$25,C O C
O O
2^73290

80,522 31

12.5C0 C
O

$120,755 21

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

RESOURCES

27—19462

567.
O f f ic e r s —
D

NATIONAL CITY STATE BANK— NATIONAL CITY.

I n c o r p o r a t e d J u ly 16, 1912.
E d . W i ll o u g h b y , P r e s id e n t ; T . R . P a lm e r , V ic e - P r e s id e n t ; J. W . D o n o h u e ,

S ecreta ry ,

T rea su rer

and

C a s h ie r ;

H.

G.

ir e c t o r s —

E d . W i ll o u g h b y , J. W . D o n o h u e , T . R . P a lm e r , E . !L. B u lle n , C. W a d e , W . D . C ru m , T . K . D a h le , D . M c K e n z ie , A . G.
W illia m s .

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Overdrafts

.

.

. .

Safe deposit. v’anltR

$44,180 69
*35 40
24,450 25
9,415 51
13,118 83
5,049 17
47 55
5,000 00
$101,297 40

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in................. ....
.. .
.........
Surplus
"
. . ........................
. .
.. ..
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid_____________________________________________
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account______________________ : ___
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)___________ ________
Deposits, due to banks_________ .________________________________________________________
Dividends unpaid_____________________________ _
_ __________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check______________________________________________________
Savings deposits____ I_______ ______ ______________________________ __________________
Demand certificates of deposit____________ _____ ______________________________________
Time certificates of deposit
.
................... ...
. .
Certified checks____ ___________________________________________________________________
Cashier’s checks___________________________________ _________ ____________________________
State, county and municipal deposits_____________________________________________________
Postal savings deposits
. . . .
...................... . ..' .
Other liabilities
...
. .... ... .
............




..

.......

.....

43,427 31

Com
bined

13,418 60
5,437 40
12,248 08
$101,297 40

417

Totals

$25,000 00
500 00
1,266 01

Savings
departm
ent

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Com ercial
m
departm
ent

RESOURCES

O
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418

568.

COMMERCIAL STATE BANK— OAKDALE.

Incorporated August 29, 1912.
—M. J. Nightingale, President and Treasurer; D. A. Guernsey, Vice-President; W. A. Sayler, Secretary and Cashier;
C. E. Wood, Assistant Cashier.
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i r e c t o r s — J. Sambucetto, W. A. Sayler, W. Ferguson, M. J. Nightingale, C. E. Wood, L. C. Walther, D. A. Guernsey.

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.
C om m ercial
departm ent

RESOURCES

$16,510 00
7,500 C
O

Com bined

$73,219
223
22,100
24,141

49
50
89
22

15,629 49

935 96

16,565 45

5,599 39

660' 28

6,259 67

27 25

27 25

$116,931 23

$25,606 24

$142,537 47

$40,CCO 00
3,500 C
O
952 53

$10,000 00
1,5C0 00
632 79

$50,000 C
O
5,000 00
1,585 32

LIABILITIES

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account______________ _____________
Bills payable (including certificates o t deposit representing money borrowed)— ____ _______________
Deposits, aue to banks__ ._________________________________________________________________________
Dividends u n pa id ______ ____________________________________________________ _____________________

•

58,734 64

Certified checks
Cashier’s checks

_




.

_

_

_

-------------

___ ------__

933 C
O
3,811 06

13,473 45

58,734
13,473
933
3,811

64
45
00
06

1
9,CCC 00

$116,931 23

9,000 00

$25,606 24

$142,537 47

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

$56,709 49
223 50
22,100 89
16,641 22

Savings
departm ent

569.

CITIZENS’ STATE SAVINGS BANK— GARDENA.

O f f i c e r s — C. B. Casler, President; J. W.
D i r e c t o r s — C. B. Casler, Geo. B. Nichols,

Incorporated September 6, 1912.
Strickling, Vice-President; I. S. Ball, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
J. W. Strickling, M. A. Schofield, Thomas Biggart.
Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

Savings
department
$43,376 C
O

1,926 33
1,107 29

$46,409 62
LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in________________________________________ _— - _________
Surplus ------------------------------------- ------------ ------ --------------------------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______________________________
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account—— .
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed).
Deposits, due to banks________ _____________________________________________
Dividends u n p a id ______________ 1________________________ ___________________
Individual deposits subject to check________________________________________
Savings deposits _______________________________________ ____ ____________
Demand certificates o f deposit_____________________________ a____ ________ —
Time certificates o f deposit________________________________ ________________
Certified checks ___________________________________________________________
Cashier’s ch eck s__________________________ ________________________________
State, county and municipal deposits_________ ___ _________________________
Postal savings deposits_____________ ______ ______________ __________________
Other liabilities______________ _____________________________________________
Totals____________________________________________________________ _____




$25,000 C
O
1,000 00

1,028 08

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

RESOURCES

14,415 08
4,966 51 ..

$46,409 62

hPI— ‘

to

420

570.

CHINO SAVINGS BANK— CHINO.
Incorporated September 4, 1912.

O fficers — Levi Vredenburg, President; O. J. Newnian, Yice-President; Edwin Rhodes, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; J. Leonard

I*\ !.-'[■ M t" 1 l - ! L I M
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Murdock, Assistant Cashier. .

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D irectors — L. Yredenburgh, M. Moyse, G. S. Phillips, Samuel Pine, O. J. Newman, J. A. Mart, Edwin Rhodes.

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Statement of June 23, 1915.
RESOURCES

Commercial
department

Savings
department
$54,506 C
O
12,000 00

2,000 00
6,880 29

$75,386 29
LIABILITIES
$25,000 00
1,000 C
O
2,591 28

20,158 10
15,836 91
10,800' 00

$75,386 29

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.




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571 AND 571A.

“ THE SOUTHERN COUNTY B A N K ’ ’— ANAHEIM.

Incorporated September 20, 1912.
Avery, President; J. B. Neff, Vice-President; J. S. Killian, Vice-President; Chas. A. Boege, Secretary, Treasurer
and Cashier; R. L. Arnold, Assistant Cashier and Manager at Branch.
D i r e c t o r s — A. M. Brown, J. W. Phelps, A. Nagel, Chas. A. Boege, S. Hayden, Russ Avery, Frank Baum, J. S. Killian, F. C.
Herbert, F. P. Sappington, J. B. Neff, C. Klingerman, C. B. Jones.
O f f i c e r s — Russ

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Combined

2,671 58

20,833 34
2,371 33

$163,316 87
33 86
20,833 34
5,042 91

Due from reserve banks_________________________________________________________________________

7,326 78

4,761 C
4

12,087 82

Actual cash on hand___

8,C07
1,235
25
50

25
73
90
C
O

3,075 18

11,082 43
1,235 73
25 90
50 00

$104,1C1 C
3

$112,607 83

$216,708 88

$25,CCG C
O
250 C
O
2,983 95

$25,000 00

$50,000 00
250 00
4,742 69
2,465 83

$84,749 93
33 86

___ -____________________________________________________________________

$81,566 94

LIABILITIES

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account___________ ________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)____________________ __
Deposits, due to banks______________________ ___ _____________________________________________
Savings deposits _______________ __________________________________________________________ - ____
Demand certificates o f deposit___ _______________________________________________________ _ ____
Certified cheeks
'
_
Cashier’s checks
_
State, county and municipal deposits

.......

. ._
______
....................

____

___
... ......

1,100 C
O

ote.

— The above statement includes the business of the El Monte branch office.

2,337 55
15,500 00

$112,607 83

$216', 708 88

45,298 67

2,337 55

421

N

22,584 59

35 C
O
72,394 53
45,298 67
1,100 00
22,584 59

15,500 00

35 C
O
72,394 53

$104,1C1 C
3




1,758 74
2,465 83

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Savings
department

Commercial
department

resources

TEHAMA COUNTY SAVINGS BANK— CORNING.

O f f i c e r s — J. LeRoy Donovan, President; R.
D i r e c t o r s — C. D. Hill, J. LeRoy Donovan,

422

572.

Incorporated September 6, 1912.
McEwen, Vice-President; C. D . Hill, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
William Dale, R. McEwen, Chas. W. Million.
Statement of June 23, 1915.
Savings
department

RESOURCES

Combined

______________

5,524 30
8,575 00

$101,468 89
466 14
14,827 90
22,690 03

702 68

2,402 58

826 06

5,874 13

__

__________________ __
384 50
19 00

.........

384 50
19 00

$101,939 05

$46,164 12

$148,133 17

$20,100 00
201 C
O
1,120 19

$13,400 C
O
134 00
754 45

$33,500 00
335 00
1,874 64

LIABILITIES

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account_______ _______ ______ ;_____
Bills payable (including certificates o l deposit representing money borrowed) _____________________

10,000 00
3,291 20

1G,CC0 00
3,291 20

42,509 52
Demand certificates o f deposit___________________________________ ________________ ________

State, county and municipal deposits__________________________ ____




____ _

____________________________

691 53
14,394 00
20 00
1,641 61
8,000 00

$101,989 05

4,500 00

42,509 52
27,375 67
691 53
14,394 00
20 00
1,641 61
12,500 C
O

$46,164 12

$148,133 17

27,375 67

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

_________ ___________ __________________

Exchanges tor clearing house_______________________________
Other resources

_______ _______

$30,536 08

5,048 07

Other real estate owned______________________ -______

__________________

81
14
60
03

1,699 90

Bonds, warrants, and other securities_._______________________

$70,932
106
9,303
14,115

Commercial
department

573.
O f f ic e r s —W.

CITIZENS’ SAVINGS BANK OF PASADEN A— PASADENA.

Incorporated September 26, 1912.
H. Hubbard, President; Henry T. Hazard, Chas. W. Durand, Dr. W. C. Watson, Vice-President; M. V. Hubbard,
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A o e i c?f-r» n t

P o o lu 'o r

qtw

I

A c f lic f o n f

G o o r o f o T’ V"

D irectors — W . H . H u b b a r d , H e n r y T . H a z a r d , C h a s . W . D u r a n d , A a r o n C o v e r , E d m u n d D . B a r r y , J o h n C . C o y , W . C . W a t s o n ,
M . V ila s H u b b a r d .

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Overdrafts .

...

.. _

..

..

..............

■Rank premises, furniture and fixtures

$100,729 49
218 62
117.500 00
157.500 C
O

$121,037 90

S a fe d e p o s it v a u lt s ________________________________________________________________________ ____________________
O th er rea l e s ta t e o w n e d ____________________________ _______________________________ ____________________________

Due from reserve banks

_

.

Savings
department

59,000 C
O
143,160 44
14,339 56

Combined
$221,767
218
176,500
300,660
14,339

39
62
00
44
56

40,009 24

49,122 99

89,132 23

19,376 57
3,170 69
139 C
O

5,628 04
19 30

25,004 61
3,170 69
139 00
19 30

$438,643 61

$392,3C8 23

$830,951 84

Capital stock paid in------------ --------------------------------------------------------- -----------Surplus ---------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid_____________________________
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account_____
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed).
Deposits, due to banks_____________________________________________________
Dividends u n p a id __________________________________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check________________________________ _____ __
Savings deposits ___________________ __________________________________ ____
Demand certificates o f deposit_____________________________________, ___ *___
_
Time certificates o f deposit____________ ____________________ _______________
Certified checks ___________________________________________________________
Cashier’s ch eck s___________________________________________________________
State, county and municipal deposits-_______ _ ____ - ___________________ - ___
■
Postal savings deposits_______ _____________________________________________
Other liabilities____________________________________________________________

$150,C O C
C O
7,500 00
933 81

$150,000 C
O
7,500 00
1,620 49

$300,000 C
O
15,000 C
O
2,560 30

172,181 74

161,750 64
172,181 74

10,010 95
73,000 O
Q

61,000 00

10,010 95
134,000 C
O

T otals_____________ _____________________________________ ______________

$438,643 61

$392,308 23

$830,951 84

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

D u e f r o m o th e r b a n k s _________________________________________________________________________________________ _

Aetna! rash on band
. . . . . . . . . .
Exchanges fo r clearing house ... .. .
... ..................
Uhecks and other cash items __
............ .
.... .. .
Other resources
.....
_ _

.....
.

LIABILITIES

35,448 21

35,448 21

423




161,750 64

424

575.

“ BANK OP HOPLAND’ ’— HOPLAND.
Incorporated October 1, 1912.
J. W . Harris, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier ; E. Jones,

O fficers — C. B. Shaw, President; S. E. Brooks, Vice-President;

Assistant Cashier

D irectors — J. W . Harris, C. B. Shaw, J. W . Hiatt, S. E. Brooks, D. M. Burns.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

$59,375 70
318 57
10,000 00
4,345 C
O
22,349 89
5,195 15
51 65
Other resources______ -______ _____________________________________________________________________
$0X1,635 99
LIABILITIES
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid_________________

____________________ ____________

Bills payable "(including certificates o f deposit representing monoy borrowed)_______________________




$25,000 00
1,000 00
426 02
1,303 56

49,439 70
508 26
14,958 42
9,000 00

$101,635 96

Savings
department

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

28—19462

576.

FARM ERS’ SAVINGS BANK OF SELMA— SELMA.

,_
_

Incorporated November 30, 1912.
T. Forkner, President; Edw. Poulson, Vice-President; C. W. Christensen, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; O. E.
Dillon, -Assistant Cashier.
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D i r e c t o r s — W. T . Forkner, P. P. Hoover, Edw. Poulson, E. S. Hobler, H. S. Hulbert, Fred H. Williams, C. W. Christensen.

O f f i c e r s —W.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Doans and discounts .
..
...
_
.
.......
Overdrafts _____________________________________________________________________ - ________________
Bonds, warrants, and other securities. .
... . ..
..............
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_____ ____________
___________ *______________________ __
Safe deposit vaults______ ______________________________________________________________________
_
Other real estate owned_______ _____________ _ _____________________________. ____________________
Due from reserve banks_________________ ____________ - _____________ ,______________________________
Due from other banks___________ ___________ ______________________ ________ _____________________
Actual cash on hand__________________________________________________________ ______ ! ____________
_
Exchanges fo r clearing house__________________________ ____________________________________________
Clhecks and other cash items
. .
Other resources
...
...........
_ ......
Totals

...................

..

Savings
department
$71,857 91

2,126 31
3,952 69
5,2CC C
O

$83,136 91
LIABILITIES

Surplus _______ ______ _________ ________________________________________________ ___

_________

__

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account___ ________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)____________________ _
Deposits, due to hanks
. ...
_ .
....... .............................
........

$25,000 00
1,250 00
1,894 63

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

49,040 75
Time certificates o f deposit................

Postal savings deposits

.

_

...........

.

5,951 53

.

.
$83,136 91

425




_

.

THE CALIFORNIA SAVINGS RANK OF SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA— SACRAMENTO.

426

577.

Incorporated November 21, 1912.
E. Gerber, President; Geo. W. Peltier, Vice-President; G. A. White, Vice-President; Fred W. Kiesel, Secretary and
Cashier ; Ed. H. Gerber, Treasurer ; E. A. Brown, Assistant Cashier; Fred L. Martin, Assistant Cashier; J. I. Brunschwiler,
Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — Geo. W. Peltier, Fred W. Kiesel, W. E. Gerber, H. A. Heilbron, Peter Bohl, C. J. Matthews, Ed. H. Gerber, Frank J.
Ruhstaller, G. A. White.

O f f i c e r s — W.

Statement of J une 23, 1915.

Savings
department

Combined

$1,146,183 25
94,950 C
O
1C
O
21,672
94,807
11,064
27,006
CJheekR and other cash items

...........

.........

...

50
67
25
53

......
$1,395,675 20

LIABILITIES

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account______________________ ____
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)_________ ___________




$100,000 C
O
30,000 00
36,399 82
10,CCC 00
1,160,182 C
O
8,C O C
O O
50,C 0 00
C
1,093 38
$1,395,675 20

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

578.

“ THE COMMERCIAL BANK OF DURHAM “ -D U R H A M ,

Incorporated November 19, 1912.
H. Mitchell, President; G. W. Jones, Vice-President; J. A. Williams, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; J. B.
Hunti6ls Assistant Cashier
D irectors— Geo. W. Jones, A. H. Smith, T. H. Mitchell, H. C. Morgue, J. A. Williams, C. C. Brown, L. D. Fimple.
O f f i c e r s — T.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

L o a n s a n d d is c o u n t s ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Overdrafts

.......................

Safe deposit, vaults
Other real estate owned

...
. . . . . . .

$44,914
16
14,012
7,320

Savinas
department
94
7C
25
00

2,889 15
3,027 98

Cheeks a n d other cash items..
Totals...

...

...........

.......................

60
$72,181 62

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in_________________________ . ____________________ ...
Surplus ________________________ ..____________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid_______________________
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account..
Notes rediscounted ____________ . ________ ____________________________
Deposits, due to banks_______________________________________________
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check__________________________________
Savings deposits _____________________________________________________
Demand certificates o f d e p o s it .................................. ................................
Time certificates o i deposit__________________________ _________________
Certified checks___ ___________________________________________________
Cashier’s ch eck s_____________________________________________________
State, county and municipal deposits____________________ _________ . . .
Postal savings deposits_______________ _______________ ________________
Other liabilities_______________________________________________________




1,528 55
5,750 C
O
21,807 35
285 00
5,810 72
12,000 CC

$72,181 62

427

T o t a ls .

$25,CCO C
O

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

O f f ic e r s — J. E .

428

579.

FIRST BANK OF HERMOSA BEACH— HERMOSA BEACH.

Incorporated January 3, 1913.
Walker, President; R. E. Matteson, Vice-President; Marco H. Heilman, Vice-President; G. S. Thatcher, Secretary,

D ir e c t o r s — J.

E. Walker, Dr. C. Edgar Smith, F. L. Ryder, M. M. Pilkenton, J. P. Luxford, R. E. Matteson, Marco H. Heilman,
Irving H. Heilman, G. S. Thatcher.
RESOURCES

Commercial
department
$44,193
78
14,993
30,016
173

Savings
department
36
33
20
95
81

6,332 36
6,667 89
454 59
150 22
$103,060 71
LIABILITIES
$25,000 00
2,500 00
318 37
10,000 00
44,526 09
4,011 00
5,018 75
11,674 C
O
12 50
$103,060 71

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS,




Statement of June 23, 1915.

580.

EAST SAN DIEGO STATE BANK— EAST SAN DIEGO.
Incorporated January 2, 1913.

O f f ic e r s —-G. A. Davidson, President; P. V. Morgan, Vice-President; G. L. Shaul,
D ir e c t o r s — Robert E. Brier, R. D. Spicer, P. V. Morgan, G. A. Davidson, Geo. M.

Jr., Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
Rees, Zenas Freeman, Joseph Clegg.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Combined
$61,657
27
27,382
4,291

41
16
68
45

$29,193 43

17,317 62
275 €0
6,577 53
120 20
55 02

4,550 67
2,654 92

21,868 29
275 00
9,232 45
120 20
55 02

$41,390 02

$124,909 66

$12,500 00

Checks and other cash items_________ ____ _____ _________________________________________ —_____

98
16
68
45

$83,510 64

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures.._______________________________________________
_____ __
Safe deposit vaults________________________ ____________________________ . . . . _____ ______________
Other real estate owned_______ ________________ _________________
_________ __________ ___ ___ _

$32,463
27
22,382
4,291

Savings
department

$12,500 00

$25,000 00

5,000 00

LIABILITIES
1,819 51

1,819 51

46,217 75
670 69
8,550 20

28,899 02

219 08
13,306 63
224 78
Totals

... ...




_

..... .

$83,510 64

46,217 75
28,899 02
670 69
8,550 20
219 08
13,308 63
224 78

$41,399 02

$124,909 66

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

430

581.

ARCATA SAVINGS B A N K -A R C A TA .

Incorporated February 7, 1913.
Bair, President; Wesley W. Stone, Vice-President; Chas. B. Stone, Secretary and Assistant Cashier; Frank H.
Tooby, Treasurer and Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s —Thomas Blair, N. H. Falk, L. Everding, Frank H. Tooby, Wesley W. Stone, Henry F. Brizard, Sylvester Myers.
O f f ic e r s — Thos.

Statement of J une 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts___ ___ - _______ _ _ _____
___________ __________ _____ _____________ _____
O verdrafts_________________ ____ _____________ __________________________
______________ ..
Bonds, warrants, and other securities____________ _______________________ ___________ _ __ .
Other real estate owned__________________

Savings
department
$255,634 02
16,000 00

_______________!_____;_________________ ___________ ____

Due from other banks_________________________________________--

14,25188

______________ _____ ______ ____

6,193 95
Other resources

_

I'

_
$292,079 85

LIABILITIES
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid__________ __________________—____________ ,____ _




$25,000 00
4,5C0 00
4,670 80

257,900 05

$292,079 85

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

resources

582.
O f f ic e r s — M. O. Wyatt, President; J. L.
D ir e c t o r s — M. O. Wyatt, J. L. Stephens,

THE BANK OF ESPARTO— ESPARTO.
Incorporated March 6, 1913.
Stephens, Vice-President; A. E. Nielson, Secretary; C. P. George, Treasurer and Cashier.
C. S. Nissen, A. H. Fredson, John E. Winter, Ed J. F. Mast, A. E. Nielson.
Statement of June 23, 1915.

..

..

__

.

_
_

$40,505 00

$56,853 80
159 89
13,991 57
5,564 C
O
245 00
5,839 73
3,289 78

'

$97,358 80
159 89
13,991 57
5,564 00
245 00

1,517 42

7,357 15

1,421 19

4,710 97

158 70
30 15

Totals___________ ____ __________________ : __________________________ _____ _________
_

Combined

158 70
30 15

$86,132 62

$43,443 61

$129,576 23

$20,000 C
O
2,5C0 00
919 80

$5,CC0 00

$25,000 00
2,500 00
2,236 97

LIABILITIES

Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)_______

___

15,000
43
12
36,157

00
23
00
69

37,126 44

12,500 00

$86,132 62

15,000
43
12
35,157
37,126

06
23
C
O
59
44

12,500 00

$43,443 61

$129,576 23

431




_____

1,317 17

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Doans and discounts
Overdrafts

...................
Other real estate owned
_
Due from reserve hanlrs
. ..
Due from other hanlrs
............
Actual cash on hand .............
Exchanges for clearing house
Oheclrs and other cash items

Savings
department

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

“ AMADOR VALLEY SAVINGS BANK’ '— PLEASANTON.

432

583.

Incorporated March 1, 1913.
P. Mohr, President; C. A. Case, Vice-President; Claude Smallwood, Secretary and Cashier; J. C. Mendonca,
Treasurer and Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — Claude Smallwood, Henry Reimers, A. B. Pickard, M. Koopman, J. C. Mendonca, C. A. Case, D. Devany, H. P.
Mohr, W. J. Dakin.
O f f ic e r s — Henry

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts ........
...
...................
......
— ..
O verdrafts________________________________________________________________________________________
Bonds, warrants, and other securities____________________________ -________________________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_____________________________________________________________
............ . . .
Safe deposit, vaults ..
.
Other real estate owned
Due from reserve hanks,,
Due from other hanks
. .........
......... . .

Savings
department
$101,339 78

3,753 26
2,600 C
O
2,422 87

$110,115 91

Oapital stock paid in .

__

LIABILITIES
..

___

. .................

Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid _
. . .
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account______ ____________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)______________________
Deposits, due to banks. ___ _______________________________ ___ ___________________ _____ . .
Individual deposits subject to check
Savings deposits

..

.

.

83,033 98

__
___

__ _

Totals______________________________________________________________




3 00

..........

Time certificates o f d eposit... _________________________________________
Certified checks .
_
Cashier’s checks__ ________________ _____________________
_ ___
Postal savings deposits___
______ _
______
Other liabilities____________________ _______ __ _ .

$25,000 00
100 00
1,978 93

_______________________

_ .
.

.

$110,115 91

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

584.

FARMERS AND MERCHANTS’ BANK OF COMPTON— COMPTON.
Incorporated March 20, 1913.

O fficers — W . Simpson, President; L. Daetweiler, Vice-President; O. E. Elftman, Secretary; O. K. Reed, Treasurer and Cashier;

H. E. Reed, Assistant Cashier.

D irectors — W. Simpson, H. J. Mayo, L. Daetweiler, O. E. Elftman, Harry E. Reed, O. K. Reed, C. W. Musselman.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

$32,637 23
42 C
O
11,410 68
12,000 10
581 35

Savings
department
$7,075 00
1,461 72
1,041 67

Combined
$39,712
42
12,872
13,050
581

23
00
40
77
35

6,695 47

337 79

7,033 26

3,450 24
20 25

1,457 57

4,907 81
20 25

$66,846 32

$11,373 75

$78,220 07

$22,C O C
O O

$3,000 00

$25,000 00

827 78
151 50

734 93

1,562 71
151 50

6,288 82

16,792 C
4
6,288 82

LIABILITIES

Dividend's iinnaid

______ _____ ____

_

' __

________
16,792 04
14,325 C
O

14,325 00

2,400 C
O
10,350 C
O

1,350 C
O

2,*400 C
O
11,700 00

$68,846 32

$11,373 75

$78,220 07

433




_ _ _ _ _

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

O f f ic e r s — Paul Neumann, President; E. T.
D ir e c t o r s — Paul Neumann, R. C. Burchell,

434

585.

LE GRAND BANK— LE GRAND.

Incorporated April 1, 1913.
Cunningham, Vice-President; P. Carmean, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
E. T. Cunningham, Henry Grasmoen, P. Carmean, F. A. Bondchu.
Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES

Totals

_

Capital stock paid in

_

$56,652 19
661 47

9,977 60




10,022 72

832 86

3,372 33
3C9 85

$21,385 98

$94,617 23

$20,000 C
O
400 00
1,908 32

$5,000 00
100 O
0
844 44

$25,000 00
500 00
2,752 76

LIABILITIES
.

.......
Deposits, due to hanks . .
Dividends unpaid
Individual deposits subject, te check
Savings deposits .....
._ .................
Demand certificates o f deposit
Time certificates o f deposit,
.................
_ .
.........
Certified checks _
" . .
..............
. . . . . ,...................
Cashier’s ch eck s_______ ____________________________________________ _________ __________________
State, county and municipal deposits
Postal savings deposits . * .
Other liabilities
......

45 12

2,539 47
3C9 85

$73,231 25

________

Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid_________________________________________________„
Other existing profits, collected, hut not. in undivided profits account. . . .

Totals

$77,160 19
661 47
3,090 67

3.C90 67

____

..................

$20,608 00

Combined

5,000 00

5,000 C
O
45,922 93

$73,231 25

15,441 54

45,922 93
15,441 54

$21,385 98

$94,617 23

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Loans and discounts
Overdrafts
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
Bank Dremises. furniture and fixtures
Safe deposit vaults
_
_
Other real estate owned.............. . .
Due from reserve hanks___
Due from other banks............... ........
Actual cash on hand__________________________________________________________________
Exchaneesforclearinghou.se
_
...
_
Checks and other cash items___
Other resources_______ : _________________
_

Savings
department

586.

FARMERS & MERCHANTS’ BANE OF BURBANK— BURBANK.

Incorporated March 27, 1913.
L. Pollock, President; C. P. Nesselroad, Vice-President; F. A. Halburg, Vice-President; F. F. Scribner, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — F. F. Scribner, F. A. Halburg, C. P. Nesselroad, S. Fairburn, L. B. Doan, W. L. Pollock, F. E. Craig, W. J. Hornby,
John E. Luttge.

O f f ic e r s — W.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Commercial
department
$23,336 32

Savings

department
$10,600 00

12,124 00
15,046 64
650 00
2,607 97
286 74
2,683 56

Combined
$33,936 32
12,124 00
15,046 64
650 00

384 87
101 39

92 50

2,992 84
286 74
2,784 95
92 50

$56,827 73

$11,086 26

$67,913 99

$20,000 00

$5,000 00

$25,000 00

1,218 52

756 61

1,975 13

LIABILITIES

nthpr e-vistlng profits, collected, but not inundivided Dtoflts account______ *
_______ _______________
Bills payabie“(5nciuding certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)......... ...............................

2,500 00

18,688 93
5,329 65

18,688 93
5,329 65

2,652 18

2,652 18

1,168 10
10,600 00

1,168 10
10,600 C
O

$56,827 73

$11,086 26

$67,913 99

435




2,5CC 00

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

RESOURCES

O f f ic e r s — J. J. Brennam, President;
D ir e c t o r s — Andrew Ryder, James J.

436

587.

BANK OP LOOMIS— LOOMIS.

Incorporated March 27, 1913.
S. C. Day, Vice-President; J. J. Callison, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
Brennam, E. L. Rippy, S. C. Day, James McBride, N. B. Lardner, R. T. Cook.
Statement of June 23, 1915.
Savings
department

Commercial
department

resources

Combined

.........

_

Other real estate owned ,
Due from reserve hankp
Due from other banks
Actual cash on hand
Exchanges fo r clearing house.

__ __

,

. . . . . .

$70,993 69

2,875 00

24,937 56
2,271 63

6,850 24

1,222 80

8,C73 04

2,703 74

7,406 83

$37,817 93

$113,684 64

$20,000 00
2C C
C O
12 31

$5,000 00
200 C
O
600 00
462 54

$25,000 C
O
400 C
O
612 31
462 54

31,555 39

43,011 78
31,555 39
80 00

$39,977
1
22,062
2,271

1 RQ

Other resources
Totals

.

.

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in
. _
........
.
.
.....................
............
Surplus
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid____________________________________________________
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account___ ________________________
Dividends unpaid . .

4 3 ,d i 78
Demand certificates o f deposit
Time certificates o f deposit

.......... _r

.........

_ .................

80 00

62 62
12,500 . .
. 00

62 62
State, county and municipalCdeposits,.
12,500 O
Other liabilities
Totals




$75,866 71

$37,817 93

$113,684 64

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

. . .

...

$31,016 39

$75,866 71

...

30
89
56
63

4,703 09

Loans and discounts ............_.
Overdrafts _
Bonds, warrants, and other securities.
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures

588.

BANK OF BRENTWOOD— BRENTWOOD.

Incorporated April I, 1913.
— R. G. Dean, President; Alex Burness, Vice-President.; Lee Durham, Secretary and Cashier; Robert Wallace, Jr.,
Treasurer.
D i r e c t o r s — R. G. Dean, Robert Wallace, Jr., Prank H. Ludinghouse, Alex Burness, R. F. MacLeod.

O

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts-.---- --------------Overdrafts --------------- -------------Bonds, warrants, and other securities
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
Safe deposit vaults--------------------- -Other real estate owned---- -------------Due from reserve banks____________
Due from other banks_____________
Actual cash on hand----- ---------------Exchanges for clearing house_______
Checks and other cash items_______
Other resources___________________

$55,853
20
12,070
14,300

Savings
departm ent

08
98
80
65

13,542 68
1,157 69
5,015 70
63 86
332 50
$102,357 94

Totals-------------------- ---------------




C om m ercial
departm ent

LIABILITIES
$25,000 00
90 83
14,000 00
41,188 71

Com bined

R E P O R T O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N K S .

RESOURCES

12,077 40
1 00
10,000 00

$102,357 94

**•
OS
—I

438

589.

GLENDALE SAVINGS BANK— GLENDALE.
I n c o r p o r a t e d A p r il 28, 1913.

O
D

— E. M. Lee, President; E. U. Emery, Vice-President; W. W. Lee, Vice-President; M. P. Harrison, Secretary; C. D.
Lusby, Treasurer, Assistant Secretary and Cashier.
i r e c t o r s —E. U. Emery, W. S. Perrin, W. W. Lee, Ed M. Lee, T. J. Hutchison, George T. Paine, David Francy.

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 2a, 1915.

Loans and discounts.
Overdrafts
.
...
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
Safe deposit, vaults.
Other real estate owned
Due from reserve hanks
Due from other hanks
Actual cash on hand___
___
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks and other cash items
Other resources

Savings
department
$105,180 00
18,178 80
3,000 00

.
'
_

_

T o ta ls..T . . . . . . .

5,286 85
2,442 91

$134,088 56
LIABILITIES
...

Capital stock paid in
Surplus
......

$50,000 00
350 00
2,734 91

Dividends unpaid
Ravings deposits
.
Demand certificates o f deposit,




.......

. .
........... ..

44,378 65
20,525 00
16,100 00

$134,088 56

Combined
R E P O R T O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N K S .

.Commercial
department

RESOURCES

590.

‘ ‘ SANTA YNEZ VALLEY BANK ’ ’— SOLVANG.
Incorporated May 8, 1913.

O f f i c e r s — J. M. Gregerson, President; P. B. Montanaro, Vice-President; Harold
D i r e c t o r s — Harold Harkson, J. T. Torrence, J. M. Gregerson, M. P. Hourihan, P.

Harkson, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
P. Hornsyld, P. B. Montanaro, Marcus Nielsen.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

O v e r d r a ft s ____________________- _____________ __ ______ _________ ___ _____ ______- ______________ ,___
B on d s, w arran ts, and other securities..______ ________________ _________________ ________ ________ ____

Savings
department

Combined

$33,070 02
1 19
12,713 25

Safe deposit vau lts___ ____ _______________________ — ________________________________________ . _____
Other real estate owned______ __________ . . ___________________ ________________ ______________________

10,604 78
2,048 33

$58,437 57
•

'

LIABILITIES

$25,000 00
1,561 83

26,941 52
759 28
4,173 94
Certified c h e c k s _______________________________________________ ______________ ____________________________

1O
O

S tate, cou n ty and m unicipal deposits____________________________ _________________________ .___________

T o ta ls _________________________________________________ _______




_____________________

__________ .

$58,437 57

1
1
1

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

O
D

440

591.

‘ ‘ BANK OF DAVIS ’ ’— DAVIS.

Incorporated May 8, 1913.
— G. W. Sanders, President; W. D. Chiles, Vice-President; F. P. Wray, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
i r e c t o r s — R. W. Weise, J. B. Anderson, C. A. Snyder, W. D. Chiles, G. W. Sanders, J. F. Chiles, J. I. Thompson, R. J. Gibson,
F. W. Palmer.

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.
*

Totals

.......

___________

$30,275 00

$105,074 65
100 39
14,000 00
3,632 34
1,890 00

9,656 52

345 14

10,000 66

6,434 15

637 42

7,071 57

$74,799
100
14,000
3,632
1,890

65
39
00
34
00

59 00

59 00

....

$31,257 56

$110,571 05

LIABILITIES
Canital stock paid in_____________
SurD lus___ " _______
________
_
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid.

_ _

$20,000 00
1,250 00
1,162481 88
84

$141,828 61

$5,000 00

$25,000 00
1,250 00
1,644 72
5,000 00

5,000 00
60,658 21
Time certificates o f deposit,

10,000 00

25,775 68

..............




... .

$110,571 05

60,658 21
25,775 68
10,000 00

—

12,500 O
O

12,500 66

Totals

Combined

$31,257 56

$141,828 61

R E P O R T O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N K S .

Loans and discounts___________________________________ ___________ ____ _____________
Overdrafts
. .
. . _
Bonds, warrants, and other securities
....................
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
...
Safe deposit vaults
...._ ....................
Other real estate owned
Due from reserve banks _
.... _ ..
.
_
..
Due from other b a n k s _
Actual cash on hand
Checks and other cash items

Savings
department

Commercial
department

resources

592.
O
D

BANK OP OHOWOHILLA— CHOWCHILLA.

Incorporated June 10, 1913.
— W. D . Cardwell, President; Ella L. Brown, Vice-President; A. L. Gambrill, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier: Earl
Cardwell, Assistant Cashier.
i r e c t o r s — J. B. Olcese, W. D. Cardwell, A. L. Gambrill, Ella L. Brown, Earl S. Cardwell.

f f ic e r s

S.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES

$55,842 46
527 61
13,935 50

.................

.........

_

O th e r r e a l e s ta t e o w n e d ______________________________- ______________________ ____________________________________
D u e f r o m o t h e r b a n k s .;______________________________________________________ . . . _____________________________
A c t u a l c a s h o n h a n d ________________________________ .____________________________________________________________

Cheeks and other cash items..

............

.

.

_

....

....

....

6,853 59
176 48
3,247 05
75 00

O th er r e s o u r c e s ______ _____________________________________________________________________________________ ______

$80,657 69
L IA B IL IT IE S
S u r p lu s

.

...............

......................... ...

___

___

.

_______

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account___________________ ___
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed).,________ __________
Dividends unpaid___________________ __________________________________________________
Savings deposits____ I __________________ !_____________________ ._______ _______ ________
Demand certificates of deposit___________________________________________________________

$25,000 00
500 00
*139 86
14,000 00
33,288 88

Combined
R E P O R T O P S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O P B A N K S .

___

B o n d s , w a r r a n t s , a n d o t h e r se cu ritie s_________ '____________________________ - ________________________________
B a n k p re m is e s , fu r n itu r e a n d fix tu re s ________________________________________________________________________

L o a n s a n d d is c o u n t s __________________________ .,________ . ____________________________________________ ; _________
_

O verdrafts............

Savings
department

3,357 25
4,651 42

$80,657 69




441

• D eficit.

O
D

442

593.

THE BANK OF CORNING— CORNING.

Incorporated July 9, 1913.
—Wm. Dale, President; E. C . Dale, Vice-President and Secretary.
i r e c t o r s —Wm. Dale, E. C. Dale, M. E. Dale.

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

Other resources_________
T otals

.

7,484 44
174 61
8,766 37
4,741 78
15 00

................. .




$102,621 14
748 50
5,295 00

____ ____

Capital stock paid in
Surplus
"
. .. .................... .

Combined
R E P O R T O P S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O P B A N K S .

Loans and discounts
_ .......
Overdrafts
Bonds, warrants, and other securities........
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures.. ......
Safe deDosit vaults
Other real estate owned
Due from reserve hanks ........
Due from other hanks
Actual cash on hand

Savings
department

$129,846 93
LIABILITIES
.. ,

.

.....

$32,000 00
784 00
1,882 33

71,568 68
7,671 56
15,940 33

1

$129,846 93
,

594.
O
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“ NOVATO B A N K ” — NOVATO.

Incorporated July 30, 1913.
— James B. Burdell, President; Hermann Rudolff, Vice-President; G. D. Morrison, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
i r e c t o r s — James B. Burdell, A. D. Scott, G. Pacheco, Hermann Rudolff, A. V. DeBorba, F. J. Silva, G. D. Morrison, W. H. Early,
M. T. Freitas.

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.

■Loans and discounts
Overdrafts . ■ .

.

.

.

.............
................

Savings
department

102,710 00

$30,050 00

$52,760 00

6,159 10
3,623 39

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
Safe denosit vaults
_

14,232 60
225.00

20,391 70
3,623 39
225 00

2,124 55

14,170 08

1,652 26

4,211 57

_
Other real estate owned_______________ .. ______________________.____ ________________________________ ____________ ____
Due fro m reserve ban ks_____________________________________________ __________________________ _________ I
12,045 53
Due from other hanks.
:
.
1
A ctual cash on hand_____ __________________________________________ . ____________—. ___________ ________ j
2,559 31
E xchanges fo r clearing house___
..
..
..
..
.
__
..
___ _
_
_
_
_ ____
_______
55 52
Other r e s o u rc e s _______________________ ,___________________________________________ . . . . _______________ . . .
T o ta ls _________________

Combined

_____________________________________________________________________________

55 52

$57,152 85

$18,284 41

$15,000
500
657
360

$10,000
500
44
914

$105,437 25

LIABILITIES
00
00
47
40

O
O
O
O
93
26

Bills pa ya b le (including certificates o f deposit representing m oney b orrow ed )_____________ !__________
D eposits, due t o ban ks______ _________________________________________________________________________
Dividends u n p a id _______________________________ ________________________________________________________
34,895 97
31,825 22

Time certificates o f deposit

Postal savings deposits

...............

..
...........
..................
Other lia b ilitie s __________________________________________________________________________________________

25
00
40
36
00

5,000 O
O

$57,152 85

$18,284 41

00
00
40
66

34,895
81,825
522
130
20
66
10,000

97
22
25
00
40
36
00

$105,437 26

443




522
130
20
66
5,000

$25,000
1,000
702
1,274

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

444

595.

BANK OF ALEX. BROWN— WALNUT GROVE.

Incorporated July 3, 1913.
Brown, President; Arthur A. Brown, Vice-President; John S. Brown, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; Alex. R.
Brown, Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — Alex. Brown, John S. Brown, Arthur A. Brown, Alex. R. Brown, Ardella F. Brown.

O f f i c e r s — Alex.

Statement of June 23,1915.

................

Totals

_




38,565 18

00
00
06
51

_____
344,514 23

.

.

140,706 94

$50,000
15,000
2,776
4,526

...

Demand certificates o f deposit
Time certificates o f deposit
Certified checks .
..
....
.
State, county and municipal deposits
Postal savings deposits .*
Other liabilities

44
56
81
06

$446,488 98

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in..
Surplus
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Other existing profits, collected, hut not, in undivided profits account _ .
Bills payable ("including-certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed!
Deposits, due to b a n k s... __ _________1______I___________ _ ____ _____ !________________
_
Individual deposits subject to check

$227,506
226
37,887
1,646

._

16,298 07
12,484 75
..
889 31

........ ..

$446,488 93

Combined
R E P O R T OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T OF B A N K S .

!LoanR and discounts . . . . . .
Overdrafts
...............
Bonds, warrants, and other securities................
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
Safe deposit vaults
___
Other real estate owned_______________ ___ ______________________________________ ______________ ...
Due from reserve hanks
Due from other hanks
............
Actual cash on hand
......
Exchanges fo r clearing house.
...
Checks and other cash items
. .............................
Other resources_______ ______________________________________________________ ________________ _____
Totals

Savings
department

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

596.

SECURITY COMMERCIAL & SAVINGS BANK OF SAN DIEGO— SAN DIEGO.

Incorporated August 14, 1913.
A. Blochman, President; Sam Ferry Smith, Vice-President; Willet S. Dorland, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier;
Paul C. Kelley, Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — L. A. Blochman, J. A. Heap, Sam Ferry Smith, Willet S. Dorland, Orton E. Darnall, Dr. L. C. F. Hugo, Dr. Eugene
Ferry Smith.

O f f i c e r s — L.

Statement of June 23,1915.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

Savings
department

Combined

$189,665 20

$435,985 24

$271,348 02

$707,333 26

$86,100 00

$25,000 00

$111,100 00

7,926 88

8,124 03

16,050 89

38,100 35
9,000 00
8,745 15
18,435 96
7,377 19
24 17

$442,195 80
832 30
82,212 44
13,000 00
5,000 00
13,210 28
99,189 60
118 30
35,291 49
7,751 69
2,277 52
6,253 84

LIABILITIES

Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)_____

_
_

_______
249,100 97

State, county and municipal deposits_______

___________________ _______ _________________ ;

2,405
49,071
323
2,557
38,500

00
69
02
70
00

$435,985 24




$271,348 02

$707,333 26

221,223 99

445

N ote.— Changed name from Blochman Commercial and Savings Bank, August 5, 1914.

17,000 00

249,100 97
221,223 99
2,405 00
49,071 69
323 02
2,557 70
55,500 00

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

$252,530 60
832 30
44,112 09
4.000 00
5.000 00
4,465 13
80,753 64
118 30
27,914 30
7,751 69
2.253 35
6.253 84

O
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446

597.

SARATOGA STATE BAN K-SARATOGA.

Incorporated September 10, 1913.
— L. H. Schellbach, President; Dr. R. L. Hogg, Vice-President; J . A. Kerr, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
i r e c t o r s — L. H. Schellbach, R. L. Hogg, J. A. Kerr, L. D. Bohnett, Neil Carmichael, L. McGuire, Geo. W. Burgess.

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Savins'*
department

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

$54,321
201
7,950
8,964

33
71
00
48

33
71
00
48

$18,450 00

7,004 70

686 29

7,690 99

2,569 88

549 99

3,119 87

$35,871
201
7,350
8,984

600 O
O

339 00

339 00
$62,301 10

Capital stock paid in

Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid _

Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)-----




--------------------------

$5,000 00

$25,000 00

1,019 07

_ ..............

$32,587 38

$20,000 00

LIABILITIES
..
..

$20,285 28

753 65

1,772 72
5,000 00

5,000 00

391 17
416 00

29,849 86
14,532 63
391 17
416 00

5,625 00

5,625 00

29,849 83

$52,301 10

14,532 63

$20,286 28

$82,587 38

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Leans and discounts__________________________ ____ _____ ________________________________________
Overdrafts ___ _________________________________________________________________________________
Bonds, warrants, and other securities. _... _
Brnk premises, furniture and fixtures
. . . . . . .
Safe deposit vaults__________________________________________ __________________________________
Other real estate owned ......................
Due from reserve banks_____________________________ ____________ ______________ _ _____________
Due from other banks
. . . . . . . .
__________
Actual cash on hand_____________________________________________ __________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house _
Checks and other cash items____________ ____ ____ __________ ______ _ _ _ _
O.her resources _________________________________________

Combined

598.
O
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BANK OF GUSTINE— GUSTINE.

Incorporated September 13, 1913.
— J. LeRoy Nickel, President; J. F. Clyne, Vice-President; C. W. Hawks, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
i r e c t o r s — J. F. Clyne, M. M. Silvia, R. F. Kerr, P. P. Bladt, Sr., C. W. Hawks, Geo. T. Hopper, J. LeRoy Nickel.

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

Savings
department

Combined

$144,679 49
158 92

$87,915 35

$232,594 84
158 92

5,500 00
430 00

9,000 00

14,500 00
430 00

10,859 27
508 15
7,284 92

2,176 75

13,036 02
506 15
12,065 93

4,781 01

227 90

227 90

$169,646 65

$103,873 11

$273,519 76

$75,000 00
400 00

$25,000 00
300 00

$100,000 O
O
700 00

940 90
19,000 00

1,079 19

2,020 09
19,000 00

LIABILITIES

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account---------- ------ ------- -----------------Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)------- --------------------------

359 20
2,098 27
47 26

$161,646 65

77,493 92

$103,873 11

71,801 02
77,493 92
359 20
2,098 27
47 26

$273,519 76

447




71,801 02

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

RESOURCES

O
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448

599.

“ BANK OF DOWNEY’ —DOWNEY.

Incorporated September 16, 1913.
— Xelis Gephart, President; James Quill, Vice-President; H. A. Scott, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
i r e c t o r s — Xelis Gephart, R. B. Harper, James Quill, W. H. Porter, H. A. Scott.

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES

Combined

1,200 00

600 00

5,323 7l
1,697 56

$54,480 12

___

—

CaDital stock naid in___ ________

_

LIABILITIES
_
_

_

$33,000 00

__

Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Bills payable (including certificates Of deposit representing money borrowed)_________
Deposits, due to hanks
.....
Dividend's unpaid
_
Individual deposits subject to check...
. . . .
_
Savings deposits
_ _ ..........
....
.
.
....... . ..
Demand certificates o f deposit
...
Time certificates o f deposit . .
:
. . .
Certified checks
"
.
.
Cashier’ s checks .
.....
Postal savings deposits




3 00

.

.

..

20,785 12
502 00
190 00

*
$54,480 12

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

■
$45,603 35
55 50

Loans and discounts____________
Overdrafts ______________________
Bonds, warrants, and other securities___
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________________
Safe deDosit vaults______________
__
Other real estate owned.... _
Due from reserve hanks.
Due from other banks
Actual cash on hand
. . .
Exchanges fo r clearing house.
Checks and other cash items___
Other resources
.
............
Totals_________________________ _____ •

Savings
department

29—19462

600.

“ THE IM PERIAL V A LLE Y SAVINGS BANK OF BRAW LEY, CALIFORN IA’ ’— BRAW LEY.

Incorporated June 2, 1913.
Officers—W. T. Dunn, President; W. H. Best, Vice-President; M. G. Doud, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; Roy R. Stilgenbauer, Assistant Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — W. T. Dunn, M. G. Doud, B. C. Pound, Louis Lee, W. H. Best.
Com m ercial
departm ent

$133,050 19

Savings
departm ent

"'■'•nblned

$57,262 90

$190,313 09

10,082 40 - — .............. .......
40,744 10

10,082 40
40,744 10

500 00
37,438 99
132 34
15,911 15

500 00
40,026 37
132 34
16,882 56

2,587 38
971 H

872 33
828 90

872 33
828 90

$239,560 40

$60,821 69

$300,382 09

$30,000 00
16,000 00
1,104 S8

$10,000 00
1,873 92

‘$40,000 00
16,000 00
2,978 90

48,447 77

185,937 93
48,447 77

L IA B IL IT IE S

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account______________________ ____
Bills payable (including certificates o f depositr representing mcney borrowed)___________________ !__
185,937 93
Demand certificates o f deposit____________________________________________________________________




20 00
866 20
3,806 29
1,800 00

500 00

25 00 ----------------- $239,560 40

$60,821 69

520 00
866 20
3,806 29
1,800 00
25 00
$300,382 09

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS,

R ESO U RCES

601.

FIRST BANK OF LIVINGSTON— LIVINGSTON.

v \-

o

Incorporated November 1, 1913.
O f f i c e r s — H. P. Spencer, President; P. E. Crowell, Vice-President; G. H. Winton, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s — H. P. Spencer, G. H. Winton, Finch Wilcock, Fred E. Pierce, J. Max Landrum, F. E. Crowell, S. R. Swan.
Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES

..

......................

.

.....

.................

Safe deposit vaults

... ___

......

$49,543 58
7,600 00
4,831 74

...................................

Combined

$14,100 00

$63,643 58

250 00

7,600 00
4,831 74
250 09

5,764 18

Cheeks and other eash items
Totals

. . ....

..

..

171 73

5,935 91

2,046 49

Aetna! eash on hand

597 55

2,644'04
106 99

106 99

...................

..........

.

.................

.

$69,892 98

$15,119 28

$85,012 26

$20,000 00
14 75
*193 44

$5,000 00
12 40
647 74

$25,000 00
27 15
454 30

LIABILITIES
Surplus

....

........

. . .

.........................

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account______________________

____
12,500 00

12,500 00
30i,226 01
345 66

30,226 01
9,459 14
345 66

7,000 00

7,000 00

9,459 14
Certified cheeks
Cashier’s cheeks

_

Other liabilities .
Totals___

.............

.......

.. ...

.. .

. ... .

__________________ _____________ _________________________________________ _

♦Deficit.




.. .

_____

$69,892 98

$15,119 28

$85,012'26

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Overdrafts

Savings
department

602.
O
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ALTURAS STATE BANK—ALTURAS.

Incorporated November 12, 1913.
— A. Gibson, President; W. S. Trumbo, Vice-President; A. Hafer, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
— John Dannhauser, A. Gibson, A. Hafer, J. H. Derevan, Theodore Lee, D. O’Brien, Cahn Fogarty, E. B. Smalls, W. S.
Trumbo.

f f ic e r s

ir e c t o r s

Statement of June 23. 1915.

Loans and discounts
Overdrafts
Bonds, warrants, and other securities . .
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
Safe deposit v a u l t s _
Other real estate owned......
Due from reserve hanks
_
_
_
Due from other banks __
Aetna] cash on hand.. ....
Exchanges fo r elearing house
_
Checks and other cash items
Other resources - ___
_

$50,355
124
887
1,708

________

____________________

___

LIABILITIES




88
65
50
57

$93,835 15

$30,000 00
120 00
1,014 16

Individual deposits suhiect to check

Totals_______________________________

49
62
19
25

12,559
21,439
6,410
354

Totals____________________________________

Certified checks
Cashier’s checks
State, cr.unty and municipal deposits

Savings
department

47,135 99
15,565 00
. ...

...

..........

___________________________________________

$93,835 15

Combined

REPORT OP SUP ERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

452

603.

SAVINGS BANK OF TULARE— TULARE.

Incorporated November 13, 1913.
— Jos. La Marche. President; A. Peterson, Vice-President; L. L. Abercrombie, Secretary and Cashier; A. E. Miot, Treas­
urer ; W. P. Williams, Assistant Cashier.
D irectors— Jos. La Marche, A. Peterson, J. W. Sturgeon, A. E. Miot, W. J. Higdon.
O

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES

Sayings
department

Combined

'
Dup from reserve hanks...

..... .

..

.
_

.
_

_

..........
-

.

1,662 94

.

. . .

..........

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in
S u rp lu s...........
..........
.. ............
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account___ _______ ____ ____________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed). — :___________________
Deposits, due to banks____________________________________________________________________________
Dividends u n p a id _____________________ _________________________________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check__________________________________________ ____________________
Savings deposits
.. . .
.
...
Demand certificates o f deposit_________________________________________________________ ■
___________
Time certificates o f deposit____________________ ___ ___________ ______________________________
Certified checks______ ______________________________ __________ ____________ _______________ •____
_
Cashier’s ch eck s____________________________________ _________ ____________________________ _____
State, county and municipal deposits_____________________________________________________________
Postal savings deposits___________________________ _____ ______ _______________ _____________________
Other liabilities______________ _________________________ _______________;__________ ____________
Totals_________________________________________________________________________________________




.... -

4,515 37

Exchanges fo r clearing house
Cheeks and other cash items
Totals

-

$73,031 64

$25,000 00
500 00
1,356 66

46,174 98

$73,031 64

--------------------- -

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

$66,853 33

604.
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UNION TRUST COMPANY OP SAN DIEGO— SAN DIEGO.

Incorporated November 26, 1913.
John F. Forward, President; John F. Forward, Jr., Vice-President; A . H. Sweet, Vice-President; James D. Forward,
Secretary and Treasurer; W. ,H. Taggart, Trust Officer.
i r e c t o r s — John F. Forward, John F. Forward, Jr., James D. Forward, A. H. Sweet, M. F. Heller.

f f ic e r s —

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Trust

RESOURCES

Commercial

Totals

_ .

Private trusts

$50,000 00

$49,900 00

$99,900 00

437 50

100 00
5,334 16

100 00
5,771 66

56 50

56 50

Private trusts
n ot under
supervision o f
3,691 13 State Banking
1,375 00 Department

..

Capital stock paid in
Surplus ..................

Combined
Court trusts

3,691 13
1,375 00

$55,503 63

_
.

$55,390 66

$110,894 29

$50,000 00

$50,000 00
1,750 00
3,640 66

$100,000 00
1,750 00
4,078 16

Private trusts
n ot under
supervision o f
StateBanking
5,066 13 Department

5,066 13

LIABILITIES.

,

437 50

Notes rediscountpd
Dividends unpaid

State, county and municipal deposits

.

___

Other liabilities " ___
_
___
Deposits o f money received from executors, administrators, guardians,
assignees, receivers or trustees _
Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers
or trustees _
_
...
Trusts held as executor, administrator, guardian, assignee, receiver or

V
-------------- --------------*

Totals

...............




.

........

$55,506 63

$55,390 66

$110,894 29

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Loans and discounts .....
Overdrafts
.....
Bonds, warrants and other securities
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures,.. ..
Safe deposit vaults
.. .
Other real estate owned..
Deposited with State Treasurer
Due from other hanks
Actual cash on hand ....
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks and other cash items
Other resources
Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers
or trustees .

Savings

605.

FIRST BANK OF LA H ABRA— LA HABRA.

£;

uU.

Incorporated January 5, 1914.
O f f i c e r s — John Leuhm, President; J. C. Knupp, Vice-President; J. H. Walker, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
D i r e c t o r s —James H. Walker, Henry O . Price, J. F . Condon, John Leuhm, H. E . Hart, J. C. Knupp, John Leutwiler.
Statement of J une 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES

Other real estate owned ,

........

.

2,549 29
313 56

....

10,354 61
Actual cash nn hand
...
..............
...................
Exchanges for clearing house

Totals

2,754 93
500 00
270 45

.................

Capital stock paid In .......

$66,582 14
LIABILITIES
....
...

.

.

Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid _..........
Other existing profits, collected, hut not in undivided profits account
Bills payable ("including certificates o f deposit representing money horrowed)
"Deposits, due to hanks .
.
'.
.......
Dividends u n p a id ....................

$25,030 00
2,137 69
...

.
32,391 52
7,052 93

Cashier’s checks
State, county and municipal deposits
Postal savings deposits I.
’
Other liabilities ” .. .
Totals




...

$66,582 14

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

$49,585 81
253 49

Savings
department

606.

PEOPLES LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY— RIVERSIDE.

Incorporated December 29, 1913.
C. Odell, President; J. B. Odell, Vice-President and Treasurer; John B. Odell, Assistant Secretary;
Secretary.
D ir e c t o r s — John B. Odell, F . O. Hoxie, J. C. Odell, F . L . Odell, K . D . Harger.
O f f ic e r s — J.

K.

D. Harger,

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Trust

RESOURCES

Commercial

Loans and discounts .................
Overdrafts__ _________________________________________________ ___
Bonds, warrants and other securities
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
Safe deposit vaults
Other real estate owned
Due from reserve hanks.

.
......

......
.

Savings

Combined
Court trusts
$50,000 00

Checks and other cash items
Other resources ....
.

_

_________________________

Totals__________________________________________________________

$122,798 61
1,210 68

1,926 09
62 59

2,072 57
62 59

Private trusts
not under
supervision of
25,758 83 State Banking
Department
'------- ,------- '

25,758 83

$75,906 31

$75,997 97

$151,903 28

$50,000 00

$50,C O 00
O
953 98
5,711 49
19,332 50

$100,000
953
5,711
19,332

l ia b il it ie s :

Notes rediscounted

....

"

..

C
O
98
49
50

.

Dividends unpaid

Postal savings deposits
Other liabilities ..........

*

...
' ...

._

.
. .

.
.
...........

Deposits of money received from executors, administrators, guardians,
Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers
Trusts held as executor, administrator, guardian, assignee, receiver or

Private trusts
not under
supervision of
State Banking
25,905 31 Department
V
_____ ______ /

Totals




$75,905 31

$75,997 97

25,905 31
$151,903 28

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Personal assets received from executors, administrators, assignees, receivers

$72,798 61
1,210 68

.

.....
146 48

Exchanges for clearing house______________

Private trusts

456

607.

FIRST SAVINGS BANK— EMERYVILLE.

Incorporated March 21, 1914.
OFFieERS-j-F^ X Stoer, President; Theo. Westphal, Vice-President; C. L. Barham, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier ; A. Bertrand,
D ir e c t o r s — P.

J. Stoer, Theo. Westphal,

F.

Hahn, J. A. Nichols, C. L. Barham.
Statement of June 23,1915.

RESOURCES

Totals

.

....... .................

CaDital stock paid i n _
_
................
Surplus
'

__

Savings
department

Combined

$95,382 12
27,552 26
276 65
9,815 47
2,816 56
27 50
*

$135,870 56

_

LIABILITIES
_

$25,000 00
265 01
2,765 98

Deposits, due to hanks . .
...
*
*
~
Dividends unpaid
. . . . . .
.
.
.
Individual deposits subject to check.
Savings deposits
Demand certificates o f deposit .
................... ...
_ ..............
Time certificates o f deposit
Certified checks
_
_ ._
_
. ...
Okshier’s checks . .
State, county and municipal deposits, _
_ .
.
Postal savings deposits . *
.
.
..
Other liabilities_______________________________________________________________________________ ___
T o t a l s ___




74,019 03
17,570 54
10,000 00
6,250 00
$135,870 56

—

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Loans and discounts __
_ .
_
... .
.
.
.
Overdrafts ___
.
.
Bonds, warrants, and other securities., ,
.. ..
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_______ — _____ ______ _____ _____ __ _______ __________________
Safe deposit vaults
.
. . . . . .
Other real estate owned___________________________________________________________________________
Due from reserve banks ..
Due from other hanks
_
. _
.
Actual cash on hand_________
_
Exchancres fo r clearing house
.
.
.
.
Checks and other cash items
.................
.................
Other resources
.
. ...
.
—
....................

Commercial
department

608.

PEOPLES SAVINGS & COMMERCIAL BANK— CHICO,

Incorporated March 30, 1914.
P. Morehead, President.; J. A. Bennett, Vice-President; Lee Richardson, Vice-President; H. S. Moir, Secretary, Treas­
urer and Cashier; R. A. Mitchell, Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — J. P . Morehead, J. Richardson, C. B. Swain, A . H. Smith, D . McRae, J. A . Bennett, Jesse Bennett, Lee Richardson,
A . H. Mahon.

O f f ic e r s — J.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
RESOURCES

Commercial
department'

Savings
department

Combined

$91,963 09

$132,541 56

37,448 54
9,535 00

4,250 00

41,698 54
9,535 00

12,991 74

3,680 58

16,672 32

4,274 21

2,129 59

6,403 80

630 03
43 50

630 03
,43 50

$105,501 48

$102,023 26

$207,524 74

$40,000 00

$25,000 00

$65,000 00

*591 99

1,794 17

1,202 18

528 51

528 51

31,379 05

T otals_______________________________________________________________________________________

75,229 09

31,379 05
75,229 09
1,489 25

LIABILITIES

1,489 25
196 66

Totals




32,500 00

$105,501 48

$102,023 26

$207,524 74

457

♦Deficit.

196 66

32,500 00

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANES.

$40,578 46

458

609.

MARINE COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS BANK— LONG BEACH.

Incorporated April 21, 1914.
J. Wightman, President; I. H. Heilman, Vice-President; A. Dixon, Vice-President; Ben H.
Smith, Secretary and
Cashier; M. P. McNie, Treasurer; Julius Blum, Assistant Cashier; G. E. McHugh, Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s —E. J. Wightman, B. H. Smith, Fred Hoffman, Geo. L. Hoodenpyl, Irving H. Heilman, A. Dixon,
J. W. Moist,W. W.
Gwinn, J. B. McAllister, B. H. Paul, M. F. McNie, Chas. Malcom, S. M. Swartz, C. J. Hargis, H. D. Pillsbury.
O f f ic e r s — E.

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Savings
department

Combined

$227,201 15
13 62
37,781 08
3,872 25
3,278 70

Totals. ______ ______________________________________ ____________________ _______ _____ _____
LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in____________________________ __________________________________________

$98,550 00

37,327 50
1,284 09
17,267 51
356 41
7 15
150 00

7,682 23
9,400 00
3,020 25
800 00

45,009 73
10,684 09
20,287 76
1,156 41
7 15
150 00

$217,478 38

$131,963 56

$349,441 94

$100,000 00

$25,000 00

$125,000 00

9,311 25

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
_
.
......
Safa deposit vaults
Other real estate owned____ ___ _ __ . ... _ _ ___ ___________________ - __________________________
Due from reserve hanks
........
Due from other banks..___ ___ ______ _________ ________________ ______________ ______________
Actual eash on h a n d ...........
. . . . . .
Exchanges for clearing house ...
Checks and other cash items
_
_ __
_
Other resources________ ____ ____

$128,651 15
13 62
25,270 00
3,872 25
3,278 70

3,549 68

12,880 93

93,357 88

80,655 26
96,357 88
50 00
7,056 00

12,511 08

Dividend’s unpaid
Savings deposits . .
Demand certificates o f deposit
....
Time certificates o f deposit,
Certified cheeks
Cashier's checks
State, county and municipal deposits
... _....
Postal savings deposits *
......
Other liabilities
.
.

Totals_______________ ____




_

___________ _

80,655 26
.

.

_
..........

50 00

7,056 00

4,931 87
22,500 00
$217,478 38

4,961 87
22,500 00
$131,963 56

'$349,441 94

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

610.

KASPARE COHN COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS BANK— LOS ANGELES,

Incorporated June 22, 1914.
Cohn, President; Ben R. Meyer, Vice-President; Milton E . Getz, Vice-President; Morris Klein, Secretary and
Assistant Cashier; Paul C. Turman, Treasurer, Cashier and Assistant Secretary.
D ir e c t o r s — Kaspare Cohn, Milton E . Getz, Ben R. Meyer.

O f f ic e r s —Kaspare

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts
. . . . . . .
Overdrafts
Bonds, warrants, and other securities . . .
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures.,
.. .
Safe deposit vau lts._ . .
Other real estate owned________________________________
Due from reserve banks
.
_
Due from other hanks
Actual cash on hand .. ___ . . . _
Exchanges fo r clearing house
.
_____ .
Checks and other cash items
Other resources
.
..
..

............

._ _

59,120 00

$747,125 61
52 49
69,020 00
9,373 72

79,919 93

21,978 10
20,000 00
12,997 07
15,526 54

101,898 03
20,000 00
35,022 52
32,790 99
8,500 90

$506,921 71

$1,023,784 26

$200,000 00

$100,000 00

$300,000 00

7,908 81

1,811 75

9,720 56

22,025 45
17,264 45
8,500 90

_.

LIABILITIES
.
. .

...

239,270 69
.

_

15,000 00
52,221 11
687 20
1,584 74

405,109 96

190 00

190 00
$516,862 55

239,270 69
405,109 96
15,000 00
52,221 11
687 20
1,584 74

$506,921 71

$1,023,784 26

459




$377,300 00

$516,862 55

________________________________________

Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Other existing profits, collected, hut not in undivided profits account.
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money horrowed),
Deposits, due to banks
_
.
Dividends um taid_____________ _____
Individual deposits subject to check.
_.
Savings deposits
Demand certificates o f deposit
Time certificates o f deposit
..
Certified checks . . . .
...
_
. . ___
___
Cashier’s ch eck s_____________________________
State, countv and municipal deposits
.
Postal savings deposits__ 1____ - _____ ___ . .
___ ____________
Other liabilities_____________________________
_ __
Totals___

Combined

$369,825 61
52 49
9,900 00
9,373 72

... . . .

T otals.

Oanital stock naid in___________

Savings
department

BEPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

HIBERNIAN SAVINGS BANK— LOS ANGELES.

Incorporated June 22, 1914.
Chaffey, President; G. Allen Hancock, Vice-President; A. M. Chaffey, Vice-President; ..A- E. Huntington, VicePresident ; A. M. Gibbs, Secretary and Treasurer; Geo. A. J. Howard,
Cashier; T.E. Ivey, Jr., Assistant Cashier; Alma R.
Dodge, Assistant Cashier; B. P. Glenn, Assistant Cashier.
- .
D ir e c t o r s — A. M. Chaffey, G. Allan Hancock, Frederick J. Mullen, Geo. A.
J. Howard,O. M. Souden, W. D. Woolwine, W. D.
Whelan, J. Wiseman MacDonald, E. P. Bosbyshell, Geo. Chaffey, A. M. Gibbs, A. I. McCormack, A. E. Huntington, E. A. Taylor,
W. M. Eason.

460

611 AND 611A.
O f f ic e r s — Geo.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Overdrafts

..

.

. .

One from other hanlrs

$388,704 88
89 69
209,234 03

.

......

.

Actual cash on hand____________________________________________________________________

110,266 38

Savings
department

Combined

$2,413,259 64

$2,801,964
89
499,217
54,655
6,000
2,500
304,973

289,983 20
54,655 53
6,000 00
2,500 00
194,707 07

52
69
23
53
00
00
45

$771,119 04

$3,019,105 44

$3,790,224 48

$250,000 00
6,350 00
14,605 35
3,860 71

$325,000 00
6,350 00
14,605 35
20,227 56

184,286 63

.......

108,124 61
11,582 87
1,116 58

40 50

.. .

58,000 00

$75,000 00

...............

Totals

50,124 61
11,582 87
1,118 58

40 50
538,627 09
2,559,962 25
7,559 60
184,286 63
955 53
21,109 97
106,500 00
5,000 00

$3,019,105 44

$3,790,224 48

LIABILITIES

1.6,366 85

538,627 09
7,559 60

2,559,962 25

955 53
21,109 97
106,500 00
5,000 00
$771,119 04
N o t e .— The

above statement includes the business of the North Broadway branch office.




REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

612 AND 612A.

AMERICAN STATE BANK— BRAWLEY.

Incorporated June 24, 1914.
S. Lack, President; Peter P. Hovley, Vice-President; Wm. M. Smith, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; Victor R.
Sterling, Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary; M. R. Berbower, Assistant Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — Geo. Nowlin, J. W. Phelps, Dewey Cary, J. L. Taecker, Harry Withrow, Peter P. Hovley, F. S. Lack, J. C. Hurley,
Wm. Farr.

O f f ic e r s — F.

Statement of June 23, 1915.

$101,217 13

. . . . . . .

Actual cash on hand . . . . . .
Exchanges fo r clearing house
Checks and other cash items
Other resources
....
.....
Totals

.

.

$9,202 15

.

.
100 00

.

26,667 12
1,502 03
12,468 91

1,321 10

1,243 45

............. ...

Combined
$110,419 28
3,046 77
8,000 00

3,046.77
4,500 3,500 00
00

■Rank premises, furniture and fixtures
Due from reserve hanks

Savings
department

27,988 22
1,592 03
12,568 91
1,243 45

$149,735 41

$15,123 25

$164,858 66

$40,000 00

$10,000 00

$50,000 03

1,575 21

1,626 80

3,202 01

1,567 77

103,835 87
1,567 77
365 00
1,928 68

LIABILITIES
Surplus
...
. . .
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Other existing profits, collected, hut not in’ undivided profits recount
Deposits, due to hanks _. ...
*
Dividends unpaid .
. . .
Individual deposits suhjeet to check
Savings d e p o sits___ ______________ _____ __
Demand certificates o f deposit..
. .
Time certificates o f deposit
Certified checks
. . . .
Cashier’s checks .
__
. ..
State, county and municipal d e p o s its ...........
Postal savings deposits '
"...
Other liabilities................. .
............. .

*

_

...

~
_

___

365 00
.

1,928 68

. . .

................. .
_ .....

T otals..

2,159 33
1,800 00

$149,735 41

above statement includes the business of the Calipatria branch office.




2,159 33
1,800 00

$15,123 25

$164,858 66

461

N o t e .— The

103,835 87

EEPOET OF SUP ERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

613.

CITIZENS COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS BANK OF SANTA ANA— SANTA ANA.

o
OS'

Incorporated August 20, 1914.
O f f ic e r s — E . E. Vincent, President; John A. Harvey, Vice-President; L. M. Doyle, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
D ir e c t o r s — E. E. Vincent, John A. Harvey, L. M. Doyle, A. G. Finley, R. E. Miles, J. A. Maag, M. M. Doyle.
Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department

RESOURCES

Combined

$17,061 45

$74,706 09
1 54

6,548 51
2,500 00

6,548 51
2,500 00

1,774 81

2,170 15

3,945 02

3,756 20
521 19

1,846 90

5,603 10
521 19

$63,678 44

$30,147 01

$93,825 45

$10,000 00

$10,000 00

$50,000 00

LIABILITIES

Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account_______________________

2,100 23

2,100 23

21,126 21
Demand certificates nf depositTime certificates o f deposit,

......
..

.

.

.......
.

........
.....

20,147 01

21,126 21
20,147 01

Totals

..........




.*

*

...
...

...........

.

_

......

450 00

2 00
Postal savings deposits

450 00

2 00

..... .
......

$63,678 44

$30,147 01

$93,825 45

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

$57,624 64
1 54

Savings
department

614.
O
D

WILLITS COMMERCIAL BANK— WILLITS.

Incorporated Alignst 22, 1914.
— W. T. Saxon, President; G. A. Smart, Vice-President; H. B. Ramsey, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
i r e c t o r s — H. L. Preston, John W. Long, Edwin Simonson, F. L. A. Gorlinski, H. B. Ramsey, G. A. Smart, W. T. Saxon.

f f ic e r s

Statement of J une 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts
Overdrafts ...
...
Ronds, warrants, and other securities
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
Safe deposit vaults
Other real estate owned _
. . . . .
One from reserve hanlrs ...
One from other hanks
Actual cash on hand
..
Exchanges fo r clearing house . .
Checks and other cash items ..
Other resources
_
...
Totals

.

»

. ..

..
.

$33,955 59

_

6,000 00
12,842 70
14,372 09
.

.

4,862 20
.

275 88

..

___

Capital stock paid in

$72,308 37
LIABILITIES
. . . .

.

..

Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Other existing profits, collected, hut not in"undivided profits account
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money hnrrnwed),,
Deposits, due to hanks..
Dividends u n p a id ............
Savings deposits
Demand certificates o f deposit___
__ . _
Time certificates o f deposit.
'
___
______ ___
Cashier’s checks .
State, county and municipal deposits
Postal savings deposits
Other liabilities.........................

2,277 00
.........
31,831 81

_
____
.
Certified checks

Combined

7,779 56
20 00
5,400 00

_________________________

_______

$72,308 37

463

Totals________________ ;________________________________




$25,000 00

Savings
department

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

615.

BANK OP WESTERN PLACER-LINCOLN.

„

Incorporated May 5, 1914.
P. C. Crosby, President; John Moore, Vice-President; R. O. Adams, Secretary; H. S. Williamson, Treasurer; Guy E.
Green, Cashier ; E. H. Sanderson, Assistant Cashier.
[« j • j f :
• D i r e c t o r s — H. S. Williamson, I. E. Thayer, James French, John Moore, R. O. Adams, P. C. Crosby, Wm. D. Ingram.

O

f f ic e r s —

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Sayings
department

Combined

$34,056 94
12 14
4,887 80
215 53
___

Other resources

........

_________

____ ____ ______________

5,090 24
4,080 18
1,485 54

1,701 07

1,732 02
Exchanges fo r clearing house___

$18,000 00

549 30

2,281 32

_____________________
12 58

.

$52,056 94
12 14
5,090 24
8,967 98

12 58

$40,917 01 .

$29,205 26

$70,122 27

$20,000 00

$5,000 00

$25,000 00

*237 93

489 94

LIABILITIES

Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)..

Savings deposits
■Demand certificates o f deposit
. ..
Time certificates o f deposit__________________
Certified oheclrs
...
Cashier’s checks

_________ ______

2,C O 00
O
503 68
15,574 26
19,215 32

________________

_________________________________

252 01
2,000 0Q
503 68

72 00
3,000 00
5 00

15,574
19,215
. 72
3,000
5

26
32
00
00
00

4,500 00
Other liabilities
Totals

.

..............
............ ...

♦Deficit.




4,500 00

$29,205 26

$70,122 27

.
_

.

..................

$40,917 01

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

30—19462

616.
O
D

BANK OF SAN GABRIEL— SAN GABRIEL.

Incorporated September 25; 1914.
— Wm. R. Fee, President; Jacob Rudel, Vice-President; Albert May, Vice-President; E. J. Aye, Secretary, Treasurer and
Cashier.
i r e c t o r s — Newman Essick, August Johnson, Jacob Rudel, Albert May, A. J. Cuneo, Edwin K. Alpaugh, Wm. R. Fee, A. W. Ashburn, Jr., F. Daken.
- •

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, t915.

$25,276 65
,■

3,975 00
6,804 92
1,603 00 J
10,369 05
712 52
2,463 01

Checks and other cash items .

Savings
•department

Combined

$16,050 00

$41,326 65

2,879 50

6,854 50
6,804 92
1,603 00

59 70

10,428 75
712-52
3,650 33

1,187 32

28 59

26 59
$51,230 74

$20,176 52

$71,407 26

$15,000 00

$10,000 00

$25,000 00

324 34

68 09

392 43

7,298 43

29,048 70
7,298 43

2,810 00

2,810 00

LIABILITIES

Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed)_______________ _____ _
29,048 70

CJashier’s checks
Postal savings deposits
Other liabilities

. .................. _
.
"

*

. . . .

. . . . . .

_

6,857 70

$51,230 74

6,857 70

$20,176 52

$71,407 26

465

T otals________________________________________________________________________________________




•REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF ‘BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

O

D

STATE BANK OP OWENSMOUTH— OWENSMOUTH.

Incorporated October 1, 1914.
JR. E. Whitley, President; M. H. Sherman, Vice-President; A. I. Smith, Vice-President; H. J. Whitley, Vice-President;
O. J. Wigdal, Vice-President; John S. Waring, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; R. J. Wigdal, Assistant Cashier and
Assistant Secretary.
i r e c t o r s — R. P
Sherman, George Hanna, John S, Waring, I. W. Ketchum, A . T. Brant, Geo. W. Burch, Wm. T. Hopper, O. J.
Wigdal, Frank X. Pfaffinger, Harry Chandler, M. H. Sherman, L. E. Rankin, A . I. Smith, S. O. Houghton, Jr., Lewis E. Bliss,
H. J. Whitley, W. P. Whitsett, Richard € . Wigdal, Geo. W. Scott, R. E. Whitley.

466

617.
f f ic e r s —

Statement of June 23, 1915.

Loans and discounts
O verdrafts_______
__
__
Bonds, warrants, and other securities.,..
Bank premises. furniture and fixtures
Safe d'eposit vaults
Other real estate owned
Due from reserve hanks
__
Due from other b a n k s _
Actual cash on hand
Exchanges fo r clearing house
Checks and other cash Items
Other resources _ _
.

-

__

______

Combined

$41,015 35

_

...............
_ _ _ _ _
_

_________
. . . .
.

...

.

.

.

.

______

_

.

15,034 16
12,873 88

_
2,352 02
13 50

Totals

Capital stock paid In

Savings
department

$71,288 91
LIABILITIES
$40,000 00
1,422 82
t

Deposits, due to hanks
..
Dividends unpaid .
. . ......... .... .
Individual deposits subject to check.,
Savings d e p o sits____________________ ___________
Demand certificates o f deposit___ ________________
_
__ _ _
Time certificates o f deposit.
Certified checks _ ....
............ .
.
Cashier’s checks _ _
State, countv and municipal d e p o sits__ ___ ___
_
_
_
Postal savings deposits.____ ___________________________________ ___________________
Other liabilities__
. . . . . .

19,346 09
10,450 00
70 00
_________

T otals---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------




_

$71,288 91

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

618.
O
D

CULVER CITY COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS BANK— CULVER CITY.

Incorporated December 24, 1914.
— Harry H. Culver, President; O. J. Wigdal, Vice-President; G. E. McHugh, Secretary and Cashier; Geo. W. Sommerville,
Treasurer.
| tj
i r e c t o r s — Harry H. Culver, O. J. Wigdal, E. P. Clark, G. E. McHugh, C. H. Warner, L. M. Welsh, Geo. W. Sommerville, H. C.
Nutt, L. Fred Edmisten, Herbert J. Gray, C. B. McHugh.
f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23, 1915.
Commercial
department
$16,718 00
58 75

Savings
department
$8,400 00

11,866 98

Combined
$25,118 00
58 75
11,866 98

___________________________________________________

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in_______________ ------------------------ ------ -------------------------Surplus _______________________________________ _______ ____________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid__________ _________________
Other existing profits, collected, but not in undivided profits account______
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit representing money borrowed).
Deposits, due to banks-------------------- ------ --------------------------------------------------Dividends un pa id _________________________________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check-------------------- ----------- -------------------------Savings deposits ---------------------- --------- ------------ ------------------------------------------Demand certificates o f deposit— — ——------ ---------- ------------- ----------------------—
Time certificates o f deposit________________________________________________
Certified checks __________________________________________________________
Cashier’s checks __________________________________________________________
State, county and municipal deposits_____________ _________________________
Postal savings deposits_______ ____________________ - ------- ----------------------- 1_.
Other liabilities ___________________________________ ______ _________________
Totals_______ _________ __________________________ ____ _________________




8,974 95
25 50
1,705 41

1,662 50

9,675 45
25 50
3,367 91

$39,349 59

Actual cash on hand____ ___ ______ ____ _ —

$10,763 O
O

$50,112 59

$20,000 00

$5,000 00

$25,000 00

~’ 3~280~50

673 25

" 3^953_75

589 75

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

RESOURCES

15,655 09
589 75

700 50

15^655 09
4,500 00

4,500 00
39 00
375 00

$10,763 00

$50,112 59

39 00
375 00

$39,349 59

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619.

ANTELOPE VALLEY RANR-LANCASTER.

Incorporated M ay 10, 1915.
— John Roberts, President; Earle L. Roberts, Vice-President; I. E. Dodge, Secretary and Cashier; M. J. Reynolds, Treas­
urer ; Chas. Osborne, Assistant Cashier.
.
i r e c t o r s — John Roberts, Earle L. Roberts, George H. Puller, I. E. Dodge, Jay E, Randall, M. J. Reynolds, C.. J. Hamilton.

f f ic e r s

Statement of June 23,1915.

$80,034 £3
876 77
28,630 30
17,077 12

. . .

1,748 00
10,604 88
1,146 15
5,507 17
119 10
82 22
$145,826 24
LIABILITIES
$50,000 00
Other existing profits, collected, hilt, not. in undivided proflt.R account
■Rills payahle~(ineluding certificates o f deposit, representing money borrowed)

.

. . .

912 54
_ _

9,000 00
57,089 82

Demand certificates o f deposit_______________________________

1

__________________________________
3,449 89

Certified checks____________________________ - _____________________________________________________
State, county and municipal deposits.

Totals _




. _

__

. .

.................................

_

373 99
25,000 00

$145,826 24

Combined

' - ..... - '

REPORT OP SU P ERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Savings
. department

Commercial
department

RESOURCES

STATEMENT OF BANKS IN LIQUIDATION.




470

S T A T E M E N T O F T H E C O N D IT IO N O F T H E U N IO N S T A T E B A N K , O F SA N F R A N C IS C O , IN L IQ U ID A T IO N , AS O F T H E C LO S E OF
S E P T E M B E R 30, 1915.

Bank Closed July 17, 1909.
RESOURCES.

Cash—
On hand, as of July 17, 1909_____________

LIA BILITIES.
Bills payable (money borrowed), as of July

_______

Collected during liquidation_________________________
Disbursements—
$14 00
Preferred cla im s_______________

$3,062 80

$3,062 80

Dividends _____________ ________

--------------------- ---------------------

_________

------------

B a l a n c e ..............- ____ ______________________________________ ____
L oa n s, as o f July 17, 1909............................ ........... $28,832 50
C o lle c t e d _____ . . . _____ _____________________________________ _________
Offset _ ____ _____________________________________________ $20,000 00
_
Loss _______________________________________________________ _________
B alance (b o o k va lu e)______________________________________________
O v erd ra fts, as o f July 17, 1909________ ______$3,543 89
C o lle c t e d ______ . ___________________________________________ _________
O ffset ______________________________________________________ _________
L oss ........................ ..... ........................... .......... ..................... ......................... .
B alance (b o o k va lu e)_______________________________ ________ ______
B onds and other securities, as o f _______________ _________
Collected
..........- _______________________________________________ _____
O f f s e t ___ ____________________________ ______________________ _________
L oss ___ ___________________________________________________ _________
B alance (b o o k va lu e)_____ ___________________________________ ______
B ank premises, furniture and fixtures, s a fe de­

posit vaults, as of July 17, 1909....... ....... $19,672 59.
Collected.................................. ....................... ........ .
$2,998 40
Offset _____ ____ _____ ___________________________
2,000 00
Loss _____ ____________ ____ __________ ___ _____ 12,869 19

B a la n c e ( b o o k v a lu e )________ ___________________________________________
O th er re a l e s ta t e o w n e d , as o f ___________________ __________
C o l l e c t e d ________ _______________________________ J______________ __________
O ffs e t ___________________________________________________________ __________
L o s s ............................................................................................................ ...................
B a la n ce ( b o o k v a lu e )------------------------------------------- -------------- -------------- -----D u e f r o m b a n k s , e x c h a n g e , ch e c k s , d r a f t s ,
e t c . , as o f J u ly 17, 1909....................... ..................
$5,149 70
C o lle c te d _____________________________ __________________________
$24 70
O ffse t ___________________________________________________________ __________




Balance not proved________ _____ ____ ____ ___ _____ ____
Deposits due to banks, as of July 17, 1909___ $4,718 33
[For dividends ____________________ $4,718 33
Claims proved ■Preferred and paid________________ _______
Offset ____ _______________________ ________
2,036 11
$1,026 69

Balance not proved____ _______________
Deposits, including certificates, due to indi­
viduals, as of July 17, 1909_______ ___ _
[For dividends ........ ........... .
Claims proved j Preferred and paid____ ___

$115 65

Balance not proved___________________
Certified checks, cashier’s checks, letters of
credit, drafts, as of July 17, 1909______
For dividends ___________
Claims proved Preferred and paid..............

;,018 50

[Offset______________ ____

8,832 50

3,543 89

Offset _____________ ___

Balance not proved___ ______________
State, county and municipal deposits, as of—
[For dividends........ ...........
Claims proved Preferred and paid_______
Offset_________________

Balance not proved____________
Postal savings deposits, as of_____
[For dividends ____
1,805 00 Claims proved ]Preferred and paid.
(Offset___________
Balance not proved____________
....... .............. ......., as of_________
[For dividends____
Claims proved (Preferred and paid.
(Offset___________

Balance not proved.

$115 65
_______

$1,000 00

______

2,000 00

.........

14 00
$4 50

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS,

Interest, taxes, etc.____ _____
742 92
Assets acquired by purchase___ _______
Legal expenses ______________
110 35
Special Deputy Superintendent’s
salary _____
75 00
All other expenses...... ...........— 1,093 84

17, 1909 ................................................... $20,000 00
[For dividends ______________ _____ _______
Claims proved ( Preferred and paid________________ _______
[Offset_____ _________________ _____ $20,000 00

L oss

__________ __________________________________ ________ _____

__

B alance (b o o k va lu e)________________________ _______ _______
.......... .............. — ______as o f ................................... — —............ C ollected _______
...
O ffs e t ___________________________________
L o b s ......................

5,125 00

Additional liabilities not shown bF books of
the bank_________________________
For dividends . ___
_
Claims proved Preferred and paid.

$2,516 80

$2,516 80

Offset___________

...
...

B alance (b o o k va lu e)------------------------------------------------------------Assets acquired b y purchase o r exchange during liquidation—

Liabilities at this date not proved.

$120 15

$20,333 08

Net resources at this date (book value)

RECAPITULATION.
Resources (book value), as of July 17, 1909....... .
Additional assets (acquired during liquidation)___
Total ...... ........................
Less:
Offsets ___________________
Losses ____________________
Disbursements ........................
Balance of resources remaining:
Cash _____________________
Book value of other assets___

RECAPITULATION.
$57,198 68 Liabilities shown by the books of the bank, as of July 17, 1909.
Additional liabilities not shown by the books of the bank____
39 70

$8,235 13
$57,238 38 Total: Claims proved for dividends............
Claims proved preferred and paid___
14 00
Claims proved and offset..... .............. 22,000 00
$2 2,000 00
Claims not proved------------------------12015
12,869 19
2,036 11 86,905 30 Less:
Claims preferred and paid_______________________
$14 00
Claims offset — ___ ____ ____ ____ ____________
22,000 00
Dividends paid _______________________________ _______
$1,026 69
19,306 39
$20,333 03
Liabilities remaining:
Proved ______________________________
$8,235 13
Not proved ............... ..... ...........................
120 Iff
Excess book value of resources over liabilities.................................

$27,852 48
2,516 80

$30,369 28
22,014 00
$8,355 28
11,977 80
$20,333 08

DIVIDENDS DECLARED.
, 19! , No 1 of
paid
.... _
_ _ ...
______
. ...
__ , 191—, No. 3 of
_% paid
Not paid_______ '_____ *
_______________ I___________________ ________
Not paid ____________________________________
Total _________________ _________________________________ ________
............................... , 191—, No. 2 of___ % paid............. ............................... .....
Not paid_____ 1..’_____ "...__________’_______________________ ________




...............

__

___

Not paid ____________________________________________ ___
Total ____ _________________ ______________________

_
_

471

Total ...................................... ............... -...................................

_______

Total ______________________________________ __

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Additional assets acquired during liquidationinterest _______________________________
$39 70
Collected_____________ _________________________
$39 70
Offset _________________________________________ _______
Stockholders’ liability___________________ _______
Collected ----------------------------------------------------------- ----------Offset _________________________________________ _______

OF SAN

F R A N C IS C O ,

Bank Closed July 17, 1909.
LIA BILITIES.

$473 82

Balance not proved___________________
Deposits due to banks, as of July 17, 1909___
(For dividends ____________
Claims proved Preferred and paid-------:_
_
Offset ........................... .......

B alance ________________________________________________
L o a n s, as o f July 17, 1909_______________________$174,040 08
Collected ............. ............ :___________________________________
O ffset ______________________________________________________
L oss ____________________________ __________________________
Real estate acquired fo r d ebt____________________________
B alance (b o o k va lu e)____________________________________
O v erd ra fts, as o f July 17, 1909__________________
$296 82
C ollected ___________ ______________________________________
O ffset ______________________________ _______________________
L oss ________________ ______________________________________
Balance (b o o k va lu e)____________________________________
B onds and other securities, as o f July 17, 1909.
$770 00
C o lle c te d ______ ____________________________________________
Offset ____________________ ________________________________
L o s s ______ ______ _______________________________ __________
Balance (b o o k va lu e)____________ _______________________
B ank prem ises, furniture and fixtures, sa fe de­
p osit va u lts, as o f July 17, 1909___________
$6,692 69
C ollected ___________________________________________. ______
O ffset _____________________________________________________
L oss ___ ___________________________________________________
B alance (b o o k va lu e)____________________________________
Other real estate ow ned, as o f _________________ _________
C o lle c t e d ____ ______________________________________________
Offset
_________ __________________________________________
L oss _______________________________________________________
B alance (b o o k va lu e)____________________________________
Due fro m b a n k s, exchange, checks, d ra fts ,
e t c ., as o f July 17, 1909_________ ___________
$6,274 49

Collected ..................... ....... .................................... .......

$290 32
$290 32

Balance not proved_____ ________________________
Deposits, including certificates, due to indi­
$6,342 79
viduals, as of July 17, 1903____________ $114,843 48
98,508 00
(For dividends ____________________
1,550 55
Claims proved {Preferred and paid________________ 8,872 19
{O ffs e t ------------ --------------------------------------------2,136 63
Correction of error in bank’s books________________
Balance not proved—
___ ________________________
20,121 32 Certified checks, cashier’s checks, letters of
credit, drafts, as of July 17, 1909_______ $4,200 79
(For dividends ____________________ $1,084 00
Claims proved {Preferred and paid________________ _______

110,102 00

$92,544 02
11,195 38
48,120 07
2,059 29
$2 19
3 29

291 34

770 00$1,529 00
'" i ’ i i i ’ ig

{O ffs e t ............. .......................................................

O f f s e t ______________________________________

Balance not proved____________
......... ..... ........... , as of_________

For dividends_____

Claims proved Preferred and paid.
Offset_____________

$1,534 41

2,000 00

Correction of error in bank’s books_______________
1,000 10
Balance not proved________ _____ ____ ________ ________—
State, county and municipal deposits, as of— _______
{For dividends____________________ _______
Claims proved Preferred and paid------------------------- ----- -----

Balance not proved____________
Postal savings deposits, as of--------[For dividends____
Claims proved j Preferred and paid.
340 50
(Offset___________

Balance not proved.

,776 11

__________

116 69

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Bills payable (money borrowed), as of July
1 1909 ___________ ____ __________ — $15,000 00
7^
[For dividends--------------- ---------------- --------- 1$115,970 97 $116,444 79
Claims proved -{Preferred and paid_________________ $15,000 00
(Offset —__________________________ ________

__________




L IQ U ID A T IO N ,

,

RESOURCES.

Cash—
On hand, as of July 17, 1909
Collected during liquidation
Disbursements—
$21,830 11
Preferred claims ................
4,218 66
Interest, taxes, etc.—_____
1,518 25
Assets acquired by purchase___
6,214 21
Legal expenses ______________
Special Deputy Superintendent’s
5,755 00
salary ____________________
All other expenses____ ________ 10,862 20
59,703 57
Dividends ___________________

IN

472

S T A T E M E N T O F T H E C O N D IT IO N O F T H E S T A T E S A V IN G S A N D C O M M E R C IA L B A N K ,
AS O F T H E C LO S E O F S E P T E M B E R 30, 1915.

Offset ........................................ ...................... ..............
21 75
Loss ____ ______ _________________________________ _______
Balance (book value)..____________________________________
______________ _ as of........................... .....................

Collected ______________

Offset ______

Net resources at this date (book value).
RECAPITULATION.
Resources (book value), as of July 17, 1909______
Additional assets (acquired during liquidation)___

2,059 29
18 25
1,500 00

Additional liabilities not shown by books of
the bank___________ ________________ $11,095 79
[For dividends ___________________ - '$4,796 94
Claims proved [ Preferred and paid.___ ___________
5,279 56
1,020 29
[Offset - ...................................... ........
Liabilities remaining at this date not proved_____ . . . . _______

$3,892 80

$3,562 95
290 32

$36,161 82
RECAPITULATION,

$188,547 90 Liabilities shown by the books of the bank, as of July 17, 1909_ _ $134,334 59
_
21,323 73 Additional liabilities not shown by the books of the bank—
______
11,095 79

Total _________ __________ ________ _________ ____________ $209,871 63 Total: Claims proved for dividends___ ___ $104,387 94
Claims proved preferred and paid___ 21,830 11
Less:
Claims proved and offset and correc­
Offsets ___ ___ __________________________________ $12,182 89
tion of errors____________ ______ 15,319 53
Losses _____ ______ , ....... ........... ............ ..... ............... 52,943 26
$145,430 38
Claims not proved____________ ____
3,892 80
Disbursements (less assets acquired by purchase)______ 108,583 75 173,709 81
Less:
$21,830 11
Balance of resources remaining:
Claims preferred and paid_____________
15,319 53
Cash ...................................................... ....... $6,342 79
Claims offset and correction of errors....
59,703 57 96,853 21
Book value of other assets..................... 29,819 03
Dividends paid ______________________
$36,161 82
Excess book value of liabilities over resources— ...... ......
12,415 35
Liabilities remaining:
$48,577 17 Proved _______________________________ $44;684 87
3,892 80
$48,577 17
Not proved __________________________
August 25, 1911, No. 1 of 50% paid.
Not paid -------------------------------Total ______________________
August 8, 1913, No. 2 of 15% paid—
Not paid--------------------------------Total




DIVIDENDS DECLARED.
$47,467 98
317 03 Not paid
$47,784 96
$12,235 64
2,099 85
$14,335 49

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

C o lle c t e d ___ ______________________________________________ _________
Offset ______________________ ______________________________ _________
L oss —___ ______ ________________________ _________ __________ _______
B alance (b o o k va lu e)---------- ------------------------------------------------------------Assets acquired b y purchase o r exchange during liquidation—
Real estate acquired fo r d ebt_________________________ ____ _____ ____
Office fu r n it u r e ___________ .._________________________ _________________
Notes receivable _____________________________________ ________ _______
A d ditional assets acquired during liq u id a t io n interest _______________
$17,070 66
$16,398 60
Collected _________________________________________
Offset ..........
672 06
S tockholders’ l i a b i l it y -------------------------------------$399 80
Collected ____
399 80
O ffset ___________________________________________________ _________
S u n d r y ____ _______
$3,853 27

4,718 83

., 191—, No. 3 o f ___% paid.

Total ..
Not paid
Total ..

., 191.., No. 4 of — % paid..

CO

474

S T A T E M E N T O F T H E C O N D IT IO N O F T H E K IM M O N G IN K O ( T H E G O L D E N G A T E B A N K ), O F S A N F R A N C IS C O , IN L IQ U ID A T IO N ,
AS O F T H E C LO S E O F S E P T E M B E R 30, 1915.

Bank Closed March 29, 1909.
RESOURCES.

$559 82
_____ $151,746 31 $152,306 13

139,255 83

LIABILITIES.
Bills payable (money borrowed), as of March
29, 1909 ....................................... ........... $11,300 00
[For dividends ____________________ _______
Claims proved 1Preferred and paid________________ $11,300 00
[Offset_______________ ____________ _______
Balance n o t p rov ed _____________________________ ._________________
Deposits due to banks, as o f March 29, 1909. $3,511 93
$1,545 30
[F o r dividends _________________________
Claims proved -j Preferred and p a id _________ ___________ _________
(Offset ................. .......... .................................
99 85
C orrection o f error in b an k ’s b o o k s .___ ____ __________
1,613 94
Balance n o t proved _______________________________________________
Deposits, including certificates, due t o indi­
viduals, as o f March 29, 1909_____________ $337,634 11
[F or d iv id e n d s ____ _______ _____________$285,177 92
Claims proved (P referred and paid____________________ _________
(Offset _____________ ________ ____________ 34,491 60
C orrection o f error in b an k ’s b o o k s __________ ________
5,792 92
•Balance n o t proved___________________________ ^__________________
Certified checks, cashier’s checks, letters o f
credit, d ra fts, as o f March 29, 1909_____
$2,246 16
[F or dividends ............. ..................... ..........
$113 84
Claims proved Preferred and p a id ------------------------------- --------------Offset ------------- ---------------------------- -------1,805 43

Balance _________________________________ ____ ________ . $13,050 30
Loans, as of March 29, 1909________________$313,905 79
Collected ______________ _____ ________ _________ _
$75,644 89
Offset ______________ ___________ __________ _____ 36,059 43
Loss —............................................ ........ ..................... 79,785 82
Real estate acquired for debt_______________________
2,503 49
Balance (book value)______________________________________ 119,912 16
Overdrafts, as of March 29, 1909___________
$9,497 79
Collected ________________________________________
$4,305 09
Offset ...........
994 32
Loss ________
403 67
3,794 71
Balance (book value)--------------------- ------------- --------------------—
Balance not proved__________ __________________ _____ ___
Bonds and other securities, as of March 29, 1909 $5,132 40
Collected .............. ..................... ............................ ........ $5,132 40
State, county and mnuicipal deposits, as o f.. _______
[For dividends _______________ ____ _______
Offset ___________________________ _______________ _______
Loss ............................................................................. ..............
Claims proved (Preferred and paid________________ _______
Balance (book value)______________________________________
[Offset___________________________ _______
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, safe de­
Balance not proved____ _______
posit vaults, as of March 29, 1909_______ $17,481 01
Postal savings deposits, as of—____
1
Collected ________________________________________
$3,396 80
Offset ___________________________________________ _______
[For dividends ____
Loss ______
12,939 76
Claims proved (Preferred and paid.
1,144 45
Balance (book value)__________ . _______________ ___ _______
[Offset___________
Other real estate owned, as of______________ _______
Balance not proved......
Collected ________________________________________ _______
Offset __________ :________________________________ _______
....................... —, as of.
Loss ____________________________________________ _______
For dividends
Balance (book value)______________________________________
Claims proved Preferred and paid.
Due from banks, exchange, checks, drafts,
Offset___________
etc., as of March 29, 1909_______________ $48,260 45
Collected ................................................. .................... $42,596 71
Balance not proved.




$252 84

12,171 67

326 89

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Cash—
On hand, as of March 29, 1909____________
Collected during liquidation______ ________
Disbursements—
Preferred claims_____________ $11,300 00
Interest, taxes, etc__________
2,293 49
Assets acquired by purchase___
9,540 07
Legal expenses ______________
6,146 78
Special Deputy Superintendent’s
9,512 50
salary ___
All other expenses____________
21,389 76
Dividends ................
79,073 23

O ffset ........................- ....................................................................
L oss

_________ _____ ____________________________________________

8 70
__________

B alance (b o o k va lu e)__________________ ____ _______________________
________________________ as o f _____________________ _________
C o lle c t e d _______________ __________________________________ _________
O ffset _____________________________________ _________ ____ _ _________
L oss ___________ _____________________________ ____________ _________
B alance (b o o k va lu e)-------- 1............ .......... ........ ........ ...........................
Assets acquired b y purchase o r exchange during liquidation—
R eal estate acquired fo r d ebt_________________________________________
Real estate acquired b y purchase____________________________________
N o te s re c e iv a b le ___________________________________________________________

5,653 04

2,503 49
840 07
8,700 00

Additional liabilities not shown by books of
the bank ......................................... ....... $66,645 67
[For dividends ____________________ $53,380 22
Claims proved Preferred and paid._______________ _______
[Offset .................................................
3,586 75
Correction of error in bank’s books_______________
05
Balance not proved-------------------------------------------------------- Liabilities remaining at this date not proved.

9,678 65
$22,430 05

interest _________ ______ ________ _____ $19,522 41
Collected __________________________ ____________ $16,601 23
Offset ..........................................................................
2,921 18
Stockholders’ liability___________________ _______
Collected ____________________________________ — ________
_
Offset _______________________________ ___ _____ _______
Sundry _____________________ •
______ ___ _ $4,067 19
Collected...... ........ ......... ........ ...................................
4,067 19
Net resources at this date (book value).

RECAPITULATION.
Resources (book value), as of March 29, 1909____
Additional assets (acquired during liquidation)___

$155,598 22
RECAPITULATION.
$394,837 26 Liabilities shown by the books of the bank, as of March 29, 1909.. $354,692 20
23,589 60 Additional liabilities not shown by the books of the bank.............
66,645 67

Total ________________________ ___ ______ _______________ $418,426 86 Total: Claims proved for dividends________ $340,217 28
Less:
Claims proved preferred and paid___ 11,300 00
Claims proved and offset and correc­
Offsets ___ _____________________________ ___ ____ $39,983 63
tion of errors___________________ 47,390 54
Losses _____________ ____—________ ______________ 93,129 25
$421,337 87
Claims not proved------------------------- 22,430 05
Disbursements (less assets acquired by purchase)......... 129,715 76 262,828 64
Less:
$11,300 00
Balance of resources remaining:
Claims preferred and paid__________
47 390 54
Claims offset and correction of errors.
Cash __________________________________ $13,050 30
79,'073 28 137,763 77
Book value of other assets—_____________ 142,547 92
$155,598 22
Dividends paid .......... ........................
127,975 88
Excess book value of liabilities over resources.....................
Liabilities remaining:
$261,144 05
$283,374 10 Proved ____________________________
$283,574 10
22,430 05
Not proved ________________________
March 15, 1912, No. 1 of 25% paid.................
Not paid ...........— ---------------- --------- ------Total — ______________________________

Total __________________ ______________




$83,511 59

191.., No. 3 of ___% paid.

Total .
Not paid
Total

191.., No. 4 o f ___% paid.

475

............... ..... .........., 191.., No. 2 of-----% paid
Not paid____________ ________________

DIVIDENDS DECLARED.
... $79,073 23
4,438 36 Not paid

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

A d dition a l assets acquired during liq u id a t io n -

C O N D IT IO N

O F T H E J A P A N E S E A M E R IC A N B A N K , O F S A N
C LO S E O F S E P T E M B E R 30, 1915.

F R A N C IS C O , IN

L IQ U ID A T IO N , A.S O F T H E

476

S T A T E M E N T OF T H E

Bank Closed October 18, 1909.

RESOURCES.
LIABILITIES.
Bills payable (money borrowed), as of Octo­
On hand, as of October 18, 1909___________ $11,097 62
ber is; 1909...................... ........... .......— . $115,200 13
Collected during liquidation_______________ _______$246,513 21 $257,610 83
For dividends — --------- ------------------ -----------Disbursements—
Claims proved Preferred and paid________________ $114,929 54
Preferred claims _____________ $116,342 86
Offset_________________ __________ ___-____ _
Interest, taxes, etc___________ 13,343 02
Assets acquired by purchase___ 83,283 79
Balance not proved______________________________________
Legal expenses ______________ 11,686 42
Deposits due to banks, as of October 18, 1909 $7,913 75
Special Deputy Superintendent’s
[For dividends __________________ — $5,630 53
salary ____
9,962 50
Claims proved Preferred and paid________ ________ ______...
19,062 28
All other expenses____________
Offset____________ ___ _________ —
285 00
Dividends ___________________ ________
253,680 87
- ____ ______ ______ .................................
Balance not proved_________________________; __
_
Deposits, including certificates, due to indi­
$3,929 93
Balance _______________________________________
viduals, as of October 18, 1909.............. . $305,322 02
Loans, as of October 18, 1909._____ ________ $642,308 04
(For dividends...... .............................- $238,283 61
Collected ________________ _______________________ $204,510 50
Claims proved (Preferred . and paid------ ------------i—
1,383 32
Offset ___________________________________________ 13,512 45
[Offset ________________ ___ _______ 14,131 51
. Loss ____________________________________________ 165,221 19
Real estate acquired for debt...___ _____ ________ — 80,864 67
Balance not proved____________________ ________
178,199 23 Certified checks, cashier’s checks, letters of
Balance (book value)___ ____ ____________________
Overdrafts, as of October 18, 1909___________ $3,221 81
credit, drafts, as of October 18, 1909___ $5,290 94
Collected ______________________________________ $1,324 74
[For dividends ............ ........................ $3,936 87
157 03
Offset ____________________________________ ! _____
_
Claims proved {Preferred and paid------------------------30 00
83 70
Loss ____________________________________________
224 13
[Offset ----------------------------------------346 39
Real estate acquired for debt— ___ ________________
Balance (book value)____ ____ ________ ___________
Balance not proved_________________ ___________
Bonds and other securities, as of October 18,
State, county and municipal deposits, as of— _______
1909 -i________ ______ — .......................... $4,219 08
[For dividends ____________________
$1,643 78
Collected ___________________ ___ ________________
Claims proved t Preferred and paid________________
Offset ___________________________________________
[Offset___________________________
Loss ___________________________________________
2,575 30
Balance (book value)-------------------------------------------Balance not proved____________
Postal savings deposits, as of______
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, safe de­
(For dividends____
posit vaults, as of October 18, 1909______ $18,765 05
Claims proved ] Preferred and paidCollected ________________________________________ $4,684 00
offset ____ _______
_
Offset ___________________________________ , ______ _______
Loss _____ _________ ____ ___ ____________________ 13,923 05
Balance not proved___
158 00
Balance (book value)--------- ------- ------------------- --------------------..........................., as of.
Other real estate owned, as of October 18, 1909 $1,844 40
For dividends
Collected ___________________________ ____________
$130 00
Claims proved Preferred and paid.
Offset ___________________________________________ _______
Offset___________
Loss _________________________________ _________ _ _______
1,714 40
Balance not proved.
Balance (book value)—,----------------- ------------------- --------— ----Cflsh^™

1,998 19

51,523 58

1,099 94

REPORT OF SUP ERINTENDENT OF BANKS.




$270 59

Real estate acquired by purchase..................
Notes receivable — _______________________ ;
Office furniture_________________ ___ ____
Additional assets acquired during liquidationinterest _______________________________ $14,090 32*
Collected___ _______________ ______ _________ ___ $12,527 32
Offset ............................................................. .............
517 43
Real estate acquired for debt—...................................
1,045 57
Stockholders’ liability........ ........ .............. .... ..............
Collected — __________________________ . ________ _______
Offset _______________________________________ * _____ ___
Sundry ___ ___________________ ___ ____ $10,997 95
Collected ________ _____ ______________ __________ 10,648 92
Offset .............. ..... ..................... ........ ........................
349 03

39,576 69
43,636 60
70 50

Net resources at this date (book value)— ___ ______________ $358,535 29
RECAPITULATION.
Liabilities shown by the books of the bank, as of October 18, 1909. $433,726 84
RECAPITULATION.
81,663 78
Resources (book value), as of October 18, 1909__________________ $698,875 38 Additional liabilities not shown by the books of the bank________
Additional assets (acquired during liquidation)........... ........... ........ .
25,088 27
Total: Claims proved for dividends_____ . .. $299,913 95
Claims proved preferred and paid... .. 116,342 86
Total — ...... .......................—
................................................... . $723,963 65
Claims proved and offset___. . . _____ 15,803 34
Claims not proved—______________
83,330 47
$515,300 62
Offsets ........ ........... ........ ........................... ................... $15,803 34
Less:
Losses
____ ______ ______ _____________________ _ 179,227 94
Claims preferred and paid______________________$116,342 86
Disbursements (less assets acquired by purchase)______ 170,397 08 365,428 36
Claims offset _________________________________ 15,808 34
Balance of resources remaining:
---------------Cash — ................... .......... ...................... .... $3,929 96
Dividends paid . . . _______ ____...— — ■_________ ____ ___ 132,146 20
_
Book value of other assets_________ ^_____ 354,605 33
$358,535 29
Excess book value of liabilities over resources__________________
24,709 13 Liabilities remaining:
Proved — ..................................................$299,913 95.
$383,244 42
$383,244 42 Not proved___________________ _______ 83,330 47

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Due from banks, exchange, checks, drafts,
Additional liabilities not shown by books of
etc., as of October 18, 1909........................ $17,419 38
the bank___________________________ $81,663 78
Collected .................. ..................................................... $10,593 95
(For dividends _______________ —
—— $52,062 9 _
1
Offset
___ __________ — ------1,267 40
—
Claims proved (Preferred and paid—
-1-11---- 1--------- ----------Loss _________________________________ __________ _______
[offset
— , l.iez 70.
Balance (book value)___________________ ___ ______________
5,558 03
---------------------------- as of_________ _______ _______
Balance not proved._________ —
------------------------ — ............
28,438 17
Collected ________________________________________ _______
Offset ___________________________________________ _______
Liabilities remaining at this date not proved—
................... — $83,330 47
_
Loss _________________________ ___ ______________ _______
Balance (book value)_____________________________________ ________
Assets acquired by purchase or exchange during liquidation—
Real estate acquired for debt_________ ______________ $82,256 63
Collected ________________ ___ _______-...............
450 00 81,806 63

DIVIDENDS DECLARED.
Not Paid

Total ___________________________________

Total .

________ _____ ..., 191.., No. 2 o f ___ % paid__
Not paid __________________________________

Not paid

191.., No. 3 o f _ % paid_

 ___________________________________
Total


Total .

191.., No. 4 of ....% paid.

477

________ 1------------ 191.., No. 1 o f ____ % paid..
Not paid__________________ — ______________

478

S T A T E M E N T O F T H E C O N D IT IO N O F T H E J A P A N E S E B A N K O F S A C R A M E N T O , IN L IQ U ID A T IO N , AS O F T H E C LO S E O F
S E P T E M B E R 30, 1915.

Bank Closed October 13, 1909.

$362 50
........... $55,928 72

Balance ______________________________________
Loans, as of October 13, 19C
9______________ _ $110,908 60
Collected____ ____ ___ _______________ _______ ____
Offset _____ ____ ___________________________ -____
Loss ___________ _______ _____ ___________________
Real estate acquired for debt----------------------------------Balance (book value)_____________________________
Overdrafts, as of October 13, 1909__________ $1,452 34
Collected — ___ __________________________________
Offset ___________________________________________
Loss .................. ........ ........ —______________________
Balance (book value)_____________________________
Bonds and other securities, as of___________ _______
Collected _____________ ___________________________
Offset _________ _________________________________
Loss ____________________________________________
Balance (book value)_____________________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, safe de­
posit vaults, as of October 13, 1909______ $3,232 23
Collected ________________________________________
Offset ________________________________________ __
Loss ______________ _____________________ _______
Balance (book value)_______________________ _____
Other real estate owned, as of______________ _______
Collected_________ ________— ___ ________________
Offset ___________ _________________________ ___ —
Loss ---------- -------------------------------------------------------Balance (book value)________________________ ____
Due from banks, exchange, checks, drafts,
etc., as of October 13, 1909— ____ ______ $18,895 89
Collected .................................. ......................................




LIABILITIES.
Bills payable (money borrowed), as of Octo­
$1,785 15
ber 13, 1909......... ....................................
(For dividends______ _________ ____ _______
5,291 22
Claims proved (Preferred and paid________________ $1,581 68
(Offset ............ ..............— ..................
78 53
Balance not proved___________________
Deposits due to banks, as of October 13, 1909
For dividends ____________
Claims proved Preferred and paid----------Offset ..................................

71

Balance not proved_______________ _____________ ___ ____
Deposits, including certificates, due to indi­
viduals, as of October 13, 1909_________ $97,273 49
[For dividends___ ___ ________ ____ $92,910 64
Claims proved ( Preferred and paid________________ _______
[Offset ...................................- ...........
1,623 91
Correction of error in bank’s books________________
16 30
Balance not proved_______________ — ..........— _____ ______
37,208 08 Certified checks, cashier’s checks, letters of
credit, drafts, as of_________________ _______
[For dividends ____________________ _______
Claims proved (Preferred and paid------------------------- —______
Offset__________________________ - ________
180 39
Balance not proved_________________
State, county and municipal deposits, as of.
'For dividends __________
Claims proved Preferred and paid______
Offset............ - ............... -

51,071 81

$124 94

6 71

$5,219 41
$43,808 46
- 2,187 92
23,265 93
4,468 21
918 10
58 85
295 00

$1,123 70
’"M08~53

Balance not proved_____ _______
Postal savings deposits, as of— ......
[For dividends ____
Claims proved ] Preferred and paid.
IOffset___________
Balance not proved......
______________ , as of.
For dividends
Claims proved Preferred and paid.
Offset___________

$3,589 48

Balance not proved.

2,722 64

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

RESOURCES.
Cash—
On hand, as of October 13, 19C
9___________
Collected during liquidation______________
Disbursements—
- Preferred claims
................. $1,794 18
Interest, taxes, etc___________
1,740 65
2,358 70
Assets acquired by purchase___
Legal expenses ______________
2,577 90
Special Deputy Superintendent’s
salary ...........
4,090 00
5,208 60
All other expenses___________
Dividends ____
33,301 78

Offset __________________________ ________________ _______
Additional liabilities not shown by books of
Loss ___________________________________________
I
the bank ............ ........... ......................... $11,916 52
15,306 41
Balance (book value)_____ „_________________ _____ _____ ___
(For dividends ____________________ $10,416 10
__________________ as of_________________ _______
212 50
Claims proved 1Preferred and paid________________
Collected ________________________________________
. ..
(Offset______ ____________________
665 47
Offset _______________________ ___________________ _______
Correction of error in bank’s book_________________
10
Loss ......................................... .............. ................... . ..............
Balance not proved...___________ _______________________
Offset ________
_
Balance (book value)_____________________________________ ________
Liabilities remaining at this date not proved______________
Assets acquired by purchase or exchange during liquidation—
Real estate acquired for debt.................................. _......................
$4,468 21
Real estate acquired by purchase_____________________________
2,358 70
$4,417 62
12114
_______
. . . _____
$2,071 36

Net resources at this date (book value).
RECAPITULATION.
Resources (book value), as of October 13, 1909.
Additional assets (acquired during liquidation).

$64,741 20
RECAPITULATION.
$134,881 56 Liabilities shown by the books of the bank, as of October 13, 1909..
Additional liabilities not shown by the books of the bank_______
6,610 12

Total ................................................ .................................... .— $141,491 68 Total: Claims proved fordividends_________ $103,326 74
Claims proved preferredand paid-----1,794 18
Claims proved and offset and correc­
$2,367 91
tion of errors___________________
2,384 31
25,669 46
Claims not proved------------------------3,476 64
48,713 11 76,750 48
Less:
Claims preferred and paid.___ _______________ ...
Balance of resources remaining:
Claims offset and correction of errors............ .......
Cash ............................... ............................. $5,219 41
Dividends paid________________________________
Book value of other assets______________
59,521 79
$64,741 20
Excess book value of liabilities over resources..------ --------------------8,760 40
Liabilities remaining:
$73,501 60 Proved......... ..................... ........................ $70,024 90
Not proved_______ _____ _____________
3,476 64
Offsets........................................... ...............................
Losses ___ ____ _______ ________ ________ ______ _
Disbursements (less assets acquired by purchase)______

January 15, 1912, No. 1 of 25% paid
Not paid ____________________
Total ________ _____________

DIVIDENDS DECLARED.
$24,213 38 __________
684 43 Not paid
-

$24,897 81

$99,065 35
11,916 52

$110,981 87
$1,794 18
2 384 31
33’,301 78

37,480 27
$73,501 60

.,' 191.., No. 3 of . — % paid.

Total .

January 20, 1913, No. 2 of 10% paid.
Not paid______________________

$9,088 40
870 76

............................., 191.., No. 4 of ....% paid.
Not paid ________________________________

Total ......................................

$9,959 16

Total ______________ .__________________




$3,476 64
REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

Additional assets acquired during liquidationinterest ........... ....................... .................... . $4,538 76
Collected ____________ ________ _____________ _____
Offset —---------- ------------------------- -------------- --------Stockholders’ liability ___________________ _______
Collected ________________________________ ______
Offset _________________________________________
Sundry ______ ________ _____ ___________
$2,071 36
Collected .............. .....................................................

622 35

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S T A T E M E N T O F T H E C O N D IT IO N O F T H E

B A N K O F S H A S T A C O U N T Y , O F R E D D IN G , IN L IQ U ID A T IO N , A S O F T H E C L O S t O F
S E P T E M B E R 30, 1915.
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Bank Closed March 24, 1911.




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.REPORT OF SUP ERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

RESOURCES.
LIABILITIES.
Cash—
Bills payable (money borrowed), as of March
24, 1911 ____ ___ ________ ___________ $90,000 00
On hand, as of March 24, 1911____________ $28,128 15
Collected during liquidation_______________________ $700,894 36 $729,022 51
[For dividends ______ !_____________
Disbursements—
Claims proved j Preferred and paid......—__________ $84’ 874 13
Preferred claims______________ $140,175 84
5,125 87
(Offset..............— ........... — ................
4,328 98
Interest, taxes, etc__________
Assets acquired by purchase___
148 05
Balance not proved_____ 1____2._________________
3,820 25
Deposits due to banks, as of March 24, 1911.. $9,446 17
Legal expenses _______________
Special Deputy Superintendent’s
For dividends __________________... $9,203 67
4,140 00
salary ____
Preferred and paid________________
All other expenses____________
6,378 95
548,648 08
Dividends ______________
242 50
Offset__________ ___ ______ ______
707,640 U0
Correction of error in bank’s books (deduct)—
Balance not proved_______________________ _____
Balance ____________________________ I.____ ___
$21,382 41
Deposits, including certificates, due to indi­
Loans, as of March 24, 1911............................. $752,828 58
viduals, as of March 24, 1911_________ _ $320,936 75
Collected ________________________________________ $420,146 59
Claims proved 'For dividkids_______ ____________
6,050 36
Offset ___________________________________________ 13,928 10
Preferred and paid_________________ 14,423 58
Loss ________ _____ _______ __________ ___________ 318,753 89
1,634 08
Offset ___________________________
Balance (book value)_____________________________
:,928 85
Correction of error in bank’s books (deduct)..______
Overdrafts, as of March 24, 1911___________
$6,900 85
Balance not proved..___ ________________ ;______
Collected............................ ............................... ............
3,443 32
Certified checks, cashier’s checks, letters of
321 00
Offset ____ ...................—
1
___________ ________
credit, drafts, as of—_________________ _______
Loss _______ ______ _________ . . . _______________ _
136 53
For dividends ____________________
Balance (book value)_____ _____ ___— ............ .........
Preferred and paid________________
Bonds and other securities, as of March 24,
Balance not proved______ _____________ ;________
1911 ______ _________ _________________ $165,540 00
Offset............................. ...................
Collected........................ ... ........................................... $165,540'00
State, county and municipal deposits, as of
March 24, 1911...... .................................... $45,000 00
Offset _____________________________________ —
____
Loss ___. . . . _____________________________________
For dividends ____________________
Balance (book value)_______________________
Preferred and paid________________ $45,000 00
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, safe de­
posit vaults, as of March 24, 1911_______ $26,501 00
Offset___________________________
Collected ________________________________________ $26,501 00
Balance not proved..____ ______
Postal savings deposits, as of______
Offset ________ ___ __________________ ____________
Loss _______________________ ______ ______ _______
(For dividends____
Balance (book value)_____________________________
Claims proved j Preferred and paid.
Other real estate owned, as of March 24, 1911. $3,955 00
(Offset___________
Collected _____________ _______________________ _.1 . $3,955 00
Offset ____________ ___________________ ___________ _
Balance not proved___
Loss ___________ _____________________________ —
.
______________ , as of.
Balance (book value)_____________________— ... . .. .
For dividends
Due from banks, exchange, checks, drafts,
Claims proved Preferred and paid.
etc., as of March 24, 1911_________ _____ $12,290 82
Offset___________
Collected _______________ _______ ________ ___ .2____ $8,686 27

Offset _____________________________ _____________

31— 19462

Balance not proved___________________
Additional liabilities, not shown by books of
the bank_ — .
_ .I—
.
$34,636 04
[Bor dividends — ________________ $29,375 47
Claims proved (Preferred and paid...... .............. ..........
4,251 35
(Offset ________ ____ —____ ________
366 01

3,612 55

Balance'
...........—
___ ..' — ..—
as of— — ---- ------- ----------Col! : d ___ ____________________________________ _______
Offset _________ -_____ —
......... -— ------------------------ -------------- Loss __________ _____ ___________ _____ ___________ _______
Balance (book value)________________ ___ __________ ______
Assets acquired by purchase or exchange during liquidation—
Office furniture________________ _______-____ _________ ___ —

Balance not proved.
$148 05

Liabilities remaining at this date not proved.

643 21
$4,572 06

-s Net rfesources at this date (book value)---—--.— . — —
. . ...... $21,530 46
RECAPITULATION.
RECAPITULATION.
Resources (book value), as of March 24, 1911____________________ $996,152 40 Liabilities shown by the books of the bank, as of March 24, 1911---- $765,382 92
Additional assets (acquired during liquidation)---------------------------71,675 99 Additional liabilities not shown by the books of the bank.----- ------- 34,636 04
’ Total _______ _____ _____ _____________________ __________$1,067,828 39 Total: Claims proved for dividends...............$633,479 02
Claims proved preferred and paid___ 140,175 84
Claims proved and offset and cor­
rection of errors_________________ 21,792 04
Claims not proved___ ______ _____
4,572 06
$800,018 96
Less:
Claims preferred and paid______— _____ ___ ____$140,175 84
Balance of resources remaining:
Claims offset and correction of errors------------------- 21,792 04
Cash l — — — _______________ _________ $21,382 41
Dividends paid.......................................................... 548,648 08 710,615 96
_
148 05
$21,530 46
Book value of other assets____________ :_
Excess book value of liabilities over resources--------------------- -.......67,872 64
Liabilities remaining:
$89,403 00 Proved .......................................... ............ $84,830 94
Not proved ...................... ......................
4,572 06
$89,406 09
Offsets —
r_______________________________________ $19,915 46
Losses ___._________________________________ -____ 318,890 42
Disbursements (less assets acquired by purchase)__ _'... 707,492 05 1,046,297 93

November 29, 1911,-No. 1 of 75% paid
N otpaid__________________ ____
Total

DIVIDENDS DECLARED.
$474,936 16 December 12, 1912, No. 3 of 4% paid.
3,602 15 Not paid........ ............. ................
$478,538 31

Not paid

*

$51,044 08

Total

Total




, 191.., No. 4,o f ___% paid.

481

$49,233 61
1,810 47

$24,478 31
1,043 74
$25,522 05

Total

August 21, 1912, No. 2 of 8% paid.
Not paid —--------------- -------- —

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Additional assets acquired during liquidationinterest -1-______________________-______ $15,274 48
Collected________ ______________________________ $13,220 67
2,053 81
Offset — ____________________________________
Stockholders’ liability __________________ $54,127 53
Collected ----------------------------------------- ----- ---------- $54,127 53
Offset ——
— ........—
—-----...—----------- ----------------Sundries ______„ _____________ _____ ____ $2,273 98
2,273 98
Collected

K E R N V A L L E Y B A N K , O F B A K E R S F IE L D , IN
S E P T E M B E R 30, 1915.

L IQ U ID A T IO N , AS O F T H E

C LO S E OF

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Bank Closed May 12, 1911.




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$-3,678 19

102 50

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

LIABILITIES.
RESOURCES.
Cash—
On hand, as of May 12, 1911______________ $15,034 79
Bills payable (money borrowed), as of.
Collected during liquidation...................................... . $504,560 36 $519,595 15
[For dividends ______
Disbursements—
Claims proved 1Preferred and paid—
Preferred claims ____________ $89,647 07
[Offset_______ _____ _
Interest, taxes, etc__________
3,272 90
Assets acquired by purchase___
158 90
Balance not proved_______________________ ________ —
.......
31,546 18
Legal expenses __________
Deposits due banks, as of May 12, 1911____ $49,643 54
Special Deputy Superintendent’s
[For dividends ------------------------------- $4,617 39
salary _______
4,935 00
Claims proved ] Preferred and paid------------------------ 41,439 16
All other expenses___________
14,586 17
[Offset _____________ ______________
3,586 99
Dividends ____
357,507 59
501,653 81
Balance not proved---------- ---------- -----------------------------------Deposits, including certificates, due to indi­
$17,941 34
Balance __________ _______ _____ ______ ________
viduals, as of May 12, 1911____________ $735,434 43
Loans, as of May 12, 1911___ ______ _______ $548,308 63
(For dividends _____________________ $683,255 45
Collected ________________________________________ $343,251 94
Claims proved [ Preferred and paid--------------- --------200 00
Offset ___________________ _______ __________ ___ — 47,520 71
(Offset ................
48,437 19
Loss ___ ______________ _______ _______ __________ _
4,068 72
Correction of error in bank’s books (add)-$136 40
4,743 75
Bonds acquired by exchange_______________________
------------------Balance not proved— ................... ............... —
143,703 51 Certified checks, cashier’s checks, letters of
Balance (book value)--------------------------------- ---------Overdrafts, as of May 12, 1911........ ................ $15,367 99
credit, drafts, as of May 12, 1911--------- $13,703 23
Collected ________________-_______________________ $15,096 62
[For dividends --------- --------------------- $13,085 73
Offset ___________________________________________
Claims proved ] Preferred and paid---------------- ------------- --------Loss __________ ___ _______________________ ___ _
[Offset ___________________________
465 00
Balance (book value)........................ ............. ........ ......
271 37 Correction of error in bank’sbooks............
50 00
Bonds and other securities, as of May 12, 1911 $408,799 58
Balance not proved...... —
................................... ..................... Collected _____________________________ __________ 48,163 30
State, county and municipal deposits, as of
Offset ___________________________________________
May 12, 1911______________ ________ — $41,000 00
Loss ____________________ ______ ___________ _____ "i'.eWsl
[For dividends ____________________ _______
352,973 43 Claims proved j Preferred and paid________ _______ $41,C O00
Balance (book value)-------------------------------------------O
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, safe de­
[Offset__________ __________ _____ - ............
posit vaults, as of May 12, 1911_________ $35,265 58
Collected ________________________________________ $31,000 00
Balance not proved____________
Offset ___________________________________________
Postal savings deposits, as of-------Loss ______________________________________ ____ - "~4~265 58
For dividends ____
Balance (book value)____________ _____ ____ ______
Preferred and paid.
Other real estate owned, as of May 12, 1911-- $17,433 68
Offset___________
Collected ________________________________________ $7,161 37
Balance not proved___________ ___ ___
Offset ___________________________ _______________
Clearing house checks, as of May 12, 1911___ $2,665 27
Loss _______________________________________ ___ - 10^272 31
Balance (book value)----------------------------------- --------[For dividends —
___________
$2,665 27
Claims proved Preferred and paid________
Due from banks, exchange, checks, drafts,
etc., as of May 12, 1911________________
$6,950 01
Offset___________________
Collected ________________________ _________ ______ $6,897 61

Balance not proved_____________________________
Offset ------------------------ - .................... .........................
52 40
Additional liabilities not shown by books of
Loss -------------- ----------------------------------------------------------------- Balance (book value)_______„________________ ________ ____ _________
the bank ________________________ — . $14,559 03
Warrants and collections, as of May 12, 1911.. $22,041 97
(For dividends ____________________ $10,002 64
Collected _____________________ __________ ______ — $9,029 45
Claims proved ( Preferred and paid________________
4,342 64
57 53
Offset ______________________________ ____________
(Offset ___________________________
213 75
Loss ___________________________________________ _______
Balance (book value)---------------------- --------- ----------------------12,957 99
Assets! acquired by purchase or exchange during liquidation—
4,743 75
Bonds acquired by exchange-------------------------- ----------------------Liabilities remaining at this date not proved........— ............
Office furniture ____________________________________________
158 90
$36,803 57
1,160 92
. . . ___...
_______
$2,156 50
3,911 37

Net resources at this date (book value)_________ _____ ____ $532,750 29
RECAPITULATION.
RECAPITULATION.
_ $842,446 47
Resources (book value), as of May 12, 1911_______________ _____ $1,084,206 23 Liabilities shown by the books of the bank, as of May 12, 1911_
14,559 03
Additional assets (acquired during liquidation)______________ ___
44,032 36 Additional liabilities not shown by the books of the bank________
Total .............. ................. ......... ........................... ...............— .$1,108,237 59 Total: Claims proved for dividends________ $710,961 21
Claims proved preferred and paid___ 89,647 07
Claims proved and offset and correc­
tion of error____________________ 52,616 53
Claims not proved________________
3,780 69
$857,005 59
575,487 30
Less:
:■
Claims preferred and paid______________________ $89,647 07
Balance of resources remaining:
Claims offset and correction of error____________
52,616 53
Cash .............. ....................... ........................ $17,941 34
Dividends paid ................... . . . ____, ___________ _ 357,507 59 499,771 19
_
Book value of other assets_______ ______ — 514,808 95
532,750 29
Offsets ________________________________________— $52,702 93
Losses ______ _____________ ____ _____________ ___ 21,289 46
Disbursements (less assets acquired by purchase)_____ 501,494 91

Liabilities remaining:
Proved ......... ...................... ................... . $353,453 62
Not proved — ____ -______ _____ ____ __
■
_
3,780 69
Excess book value of resources over liabilities----------- --------- -----

357,234 31
175,515 98

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Additional assets acquired during liquidation—
Interest ___________________________ ____ $37,964 49
Collected ______ ______________________________
Offset ____________________________ ____________
Stockholders’ liability __________________ _______
Collected _______________________ ______ ______ —
Offset _________________ _______________________
Sundries _____________ ____ ______ ______ $6,067 87
Collected ____ ______ ___________________________
Offset . . —_ ____ ______________________________
_

$3,780 69

$532,750 29
April!, 1912, No. 1 of 40% paid
Not p a id .............................

DIVIDENDS DECLARED.
$281,587 36 September 1, 1915, No. 3 of 2% paid.
4,309 40 Not paid----- -------- ---------------------

Total



Total $69,163 23 ___ _____________ _ 191.., No, 4 of ....% paid.
2,810 96 Not paid _____________________________ _
$71,474 19

Total

$14,294 84

483

Total
August 4, 1913, No. 2 of 10% paid.
Not paid
......:

$6,757 00
7,537 84

484

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

DEPOSITS U N C L A IM E D FOR M ORE T H A N T E N YEARS.
Reports From Banks Showing Deposits W hich W e re Unclaim ed fo r M ore T h a n Ten
Y ears, J a n u a ry 1, 1915.

(Section 15 of the Bank Act.)
Nam e

A live or
dead

L ast know n residence or post-office address

A m ount

P lacer County B ank, A uburn.

Coker, Hannah

Auburn, Cal. ______________________

D ead.

$200 CO

Dead.

$288 91

Producers Savings B ank, Bakersfield.

Taylor, J. T ___

____| Bakersfield, Cal. ___________________
S ecu rity T ru s t Com pany, Bakersfield.

____| Bakersfield, Cal. ___________________

Lane, W. M.

Unknown-

$50 15

Del N o rte C ou nty B ank, Crescent C ity.

Blakesley, O. R.

____| Crescent City, Cal__________________
,

Dead .

$3CC CO

B ank of C en tral C alifo rn ia , Fresno.

Anderson, Andrew

___ Kingsburg, Cal.______________________
|

$173 25

Peoples Savings B ank of Fresno, Fresno.

.Heydlouff, Lewis A.
Jensen, Marie____
-Stuber, Urs ______

Randsburg, Cal. ___
Fresno, Cal., Box 413.
Fresno, Cal. -______

UnknownUnknown.
Unknown.

$122 43
177 43
113 29
$413 15

T h e B ank of Lemoore, Lemoore.

Lemoore, Cal. _________________

Davis, Samuel

Dead .

$4CC 00

Germ an A m erican T ru s t and Savings B ank, Los Angeles.

Ames, Mary E___
Campbell, P. H...
Elder, Adelia K__
Frey, J. G______
Gahm, Mrs. Anna.
Geilfuss, H. H__
Goeschl, George ...
Hamilton, Annie_________ )
Hamilton, Margaret______$
Harband, I. _____________
Hill, Louis ______________
Hoyt. Albert S., trustee for
Ruth H o y t_____________
Irthum, Emma __________
Jensen, C. C_____________
Kimball, Mina E__________
Klapetzky, W. E_________
Knowlton, Fred H________
Lewis, D. J______________
Marshall, Jas. A ___________
Martin, Emilia, executrix__
Masters, Hayward B______
McGrail, Mary___________
Miller, C. L_____________
“ Morton Grove” trustees___
Nahlick, Erick ___________
Roberts, Edward _________
Roode, Charles __________
Scott, Mrs. Mary B ________
Sheridan, Philip __________
Siemer, Henry, collateral___
Street, Mrs. M. B __________
Strite, T. S______________
Thayer, Ernest O_________
Vermflle, Florence B______
Verstiiyft, C. Ins. Ac_____
Walter, Virginia M________
Walter, Mrs. V. M________




Napa, Cal. _________________ __________
735 Banning st., Los Angeles, Cal_______
No address ___________________ . _______
Toluca, Cal. ________________ _________
Main and Washington sts., Los Angeles___
2407 Preston ave., Los Angeles___________
Second and San Pedro sts., Los Angeles__
Los Angeles ___________________________
219 Jackson st., Los Angeles____ ; _______
205 San Pedro st., Los Angeles___________

$450 85
76 99
90 44
177 65
668 98
717 96
144 82
146 53
91 65
90 63

Pasadena, Cal. _________________ ______
749 E. Washington st., Los Angeles______
218 S. Broadway, Los Angeles___ ______ _
Elsinore, Cal. _____ ____ _______________
Azusa, Cal. ___________________________
315 S. Main st., Los Angeles_____________
Los Angeles, Cal___________-__________
Los Angeles, Cal.—
__________________
165 Pearl st., Patterson, N. J._———______
Care Northern Pac. R. R., Los Angeles___
Los Angeles, Cal______________________
Santa Rosa House, Los Angeles_________
427 N. Main st., Los Angeles— __________
127 W. 1st st., Los Angeles-___ —
..............
8l8 Wall st., Los Angeles_______________
Los Angeles, Cal___________:___________
687 S. Burlington ave., Los Angeles.______
421 S. Hope st., Los Angeles, Cal—___ _
No address taken______________________
Sherman, , Cal.
______—
-__________ _
Ubers, Isthmus of Tehauntepec, Mexico— ..
2012 Willow st., Los Angeles__— —______
Santa Monica, Cal.____________________
No address taken______________________
Murrieta, Cal. _________________________
Murrieta, C a l.____ :__________________ _

662 59
1,119 93
183 61
219 95
2,846 30
1,124 90
74 05
347 13
619 21
2,269 12
53 61
381 53
1,116 75
74 61.
. 69 65
113 14
59 61
64 62
. 65 87
97 27
419 60
71 51
63 85
100 81
181 66
555 27

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

485

D E P O S IT S U N C L A IM E D FO R M O R E T H A N T E N Y E A R S — Continued.
Germ an A m erican T ru s t and Savings B ank, Los Angeles— Continued.
Nam e

L ast know n residence or post-office address

Wittemore, Rev. Ft. and Ella No address taken_
_
Wood, Laura L . _____ ___
Wood, Thos. S . _ _ _____
_
Wood, Thos. S. _
_ - ___ N a d e a u H o t e l
Wright, O h a s .

A live or
dead

_ __ __ _ _ ____

Am ount

$804 20
154 02
169 54
84 93
69 71
$16,895 08

H eilm an Corr m ercial T ru s t and Savings B ank, Los A ngeles.

Billings, M. C__ _________

1955a E. 1st st., Los Angeles ................ Dead _ __

$50 00

S ecurit y T ru s t and Savings Bank, Los Angeles

Armstrong, J. N._ __ ____
Arnold, A. J.__ _
___ _
Bogardus, L. __ ___ ___

S o ld ie r s ’
S a t ic o y ,

H om e,
C a l.

C a l.

C a s e v , E li
C r a w fo r d . E .

S o ld ie r s ’

H om e,

Cal

..............
R iv e r s id e , C a l
______ Mrs. Lenna
Derrick,
Evans, John Edward______
Foulkes, J. L._
______
!•'.

C o llid in g , E r n e st W .

Herring, Joseph________
Houghton, Miss Fannie W.—
J n s le v u , W . H .
K a s e le y , R o b e r t J .
K e n d r ic k , T nde K e e le y
K err, A . C .
T .eslie, E l e a n o r
M a h o n e y , M is s K . n r K .

85 F l o u r n e y s t . , C h i c a g o , Til.
S a n ta , M o n i c a , C a l.
U n know n
D o w n e y , C a l.
615 E . 6 t h s t . , L o s A n g e le s , C a l,

Masters, Hayward B. ____
M a s t e r s , H a .v w a rrt B .
M ev er,

C a rl

R o b in s o n , O h a s. C .
R o s e n c r a n t z , T. R
T r i n i , M a r ie

San

B e r n a r d in o ,

C a l.

3312 S. Grand ave., Los Angeles, Oal.

Wilson, Harry B . (by G. R.
Wilson, trustee) _______

318 E .

7 th s t . ,

S a n ta

A n ita .

L os

A n g e le s ,

C a l.

$125 48
631 87
449 22
477 30
1,511 19
92 04
137 72
72 48
92 37
201 28
438 73
52 36
81 85
140 87
354 60
85 41
75 66
68 48
136 21
1,512 20
315 13
1,156 82
53 09
50 96
146 87
8:9 09
58 13
58 81

C a l.

361 43

$9,747 68
J;

s. H . Goodman
N apa,

&

Co. B ank, N apa.

$60 €0

C a l.

Centr al Savings B ank of O akland, Oakland.

Jacobs, Mary _ _ _ _ _

W o o d la n d ,

$155 06
53 41
484 65
98 36
72 02
648 09
228 72
62 51
51 62

C a l.

M e r r ia m , F r a n k N .

Wheeler, Pauline L._
C r o w e ll,

E

___

E .

Hayes, Mrs. Victorine, for­
merly Mrs. V. Ferguson___

1511 N e w B r o a d w a y , O a k la n d
1465 9 th s t . , O a k la n d
W e st. B e r k e le y
1615 3 d

s t ,.,

O a k la n d ,

95 82

C a l.

88 86

K eane,

M r s . C la r a . P .

S a n T ^ ea n d ro,
U n know n

C a l.

Selk, H. _ _ _ _

Healdsburg, Cal. _

Shaw.

461 n t h

W .

C.




s t .,

O a k la n d ,

__
C a l.

483 Plymouth ave., Oakland__

___

89 25
62 03
87 65
53 58
65 99
189 50
$2,587 12

486

KEPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.
D E P O S IT S U N C L A IM E D
Name

FO R M O R E T H A N

T E N Y E A R S — Continued.

Last known residence or post-office address

Alive or
dead

Amount

T h e O akland B ank of Savings, Oakland.
Baker, Ann E ___
Buzzini, Antonio
Foster, F r e d ____
Sweeny, Nora F._

Franklin st., corner Oak st., San Francisco
Colombo Hotel, Broadway, O akland.....
Oakland, Cal. P . O_____________________
6C5 3d s t., Oakland, Cal_________________

Unknown.
Unknown.
UnknownUnknown.

$642 C
O
329 C
O
79 75
114 70
$1,165 45

S tate Savings Bank, Oakland.
Epstein, M ., trustee for
Sophia E pstein___________
Vieira, Frank G_____________

703 Broadway, Oakland, Cal____
1429 E. Sonora st., Stockton____

Unknown.
Unknown-

$75 75
3,667 13
$3,742 88

Union T ru s t and Savings B ank of Pasadena, C alifornia.
Blanchard, Mrs. S. J ___
Crump, Mrs. J. M_____
Wyman, Mrs. Lydia M.

46 Green st., Pasadena.
Pasadena ______________
Hopkinton, Mass. _____

Unknown.
Unknown.
A live____

$133 C4
74 05
940 99
$1,148 08

C ontra Costa County B ank, P ittsbu rg .
Donovan, T. M ._________ _. Pittsburg-, Cal. ___ ____ _____ ________ ___

D ead.____

$56 52

Unknown.

$359 65

UnknownUnknown.

$195 C
O
15 00

A . Mierson B anking Com pany, P lacerville.
Schrack, Geo. A _________ ..| Port Safety, Alaska, via Nome_____
B ank of T e h am a County, Red Bluffi
Helm, Juhn _____________ . .
Corcoran, J i m __________ . .

Unknown
Unknown

____ ; ____ __________________ ___
_
_________________’________ ____

$210 C
O
Peoples Savings B ank, Sacram ento.
Davis, Mrs. Katharina______
Knudson, N eils_____________
Motzer, Mrs. Mary Burkhardt
Motzer, Mrs. Mary Burkhardt
in trust fo r Cornelius Mot­
zer, a minor____ __________
Namaka, Paul ___________ ...

Sacramento
Sacramento
Sacramento

$285 35
145 83
153 75

Sacramento
Sacramento

110 07
151 43
$846 43

T h e Sacram ento Bank, Sacram ento.
Gill, Mrs. A. E ________
Gilman, Nettie Cordelia.
Neely, Ann ____________
Thomsen, Mrs. Amelia..
White, John L ________

$97
1C6
53
167
495

Broderick ___
San Francisco
Sacramento . .
Folsom _____
Sacramento . .

20
43
66
82
75

$920 86
A n g lo -C a lifo rn ia T ru s t Com pany, San Francisco.
Casserly, J. J ., trustee------Curtis, J. F. D ., trustee....
Gisolo, D. ___ .I ----------------Griffith, Edgar, trustee--------Hayden, John Franklin_____
Hensler, Arnold ___________
Rolling, Mrs. H. E _________
Never, Mrs. E. E..__________
Scott, M a r y ________________
Sieber, John _______________
We (a Chinaman)______^-----




San Francisco, Cal...
San Francisco, Cal...
San Francisco, Cal...
San Francisco, Cal...
San Francisco, Cal...
Jersey Farm, Cal___
San Francisco, Cal...
San Francisco, Cal...
San Francisco, Cal...
San Francisco, Cal...
San Francisco, Cal...

Unknown.
Unknown.
UnknownUnknown.
UnknownUnknown.
Unknown.
Unknown.
UnknownUnknown.
Unknown-

$58 64
104 35
53 58
53 42
319 69
78 27
76 10
57 65
318 30
177 35
266 99
$1,564 34

487

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.
D E P O S fT S U N C L A IM E D FO R M O R E T H A N T E N Y E A R S — Continued.
Alive or
dead

Last known residence or post-office address

Name

Amount

The B ank of B ritish N orth A m erica, San Francisco.
Cohn, Adolphus ....................

j

Care Sandilands B ros., Riverside, Cal____ D ead____

$51 85

B ank of Ita ly , San Francisco.
Alves, Jacinto Antonin
Bond, Wilson . .
Estate o f G Silva
McDonald, Michael
Napier, Robt. G. or Clara—
Wash, P . M ________ _ __
Webster, D. H.

Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Laurel, Cal.

... . . . . .

.

_

..

Unknown.

Unknown

$58 84
77 35
84 75
1,788 76
l]338 76
367 C4
4,245 62
$7,980 52

Columbus Savings and Loan Society, San Franc isco.
Belloni, Giovanni __________
Boscetti, A.
Franzoni, Laura
Nani, V irgin ia ____ _____ ___
Re, Giacomo

Santa Clara, Cal.

$167
79
192
426
1,474

Napa, Cal.

98
69
24
43
94

$2,340 68
Th e Do iohoe K elly B anking Co., San Francisc o.
Boerers, C. Sage..
Campbell, P a tric k _______
Cassidy, T h o m a s______
Cole, C.
Crane, H. F ., executor. . . _
English, Sarah A. . .
Jones, H. _____
Kenny, John __________
Mora, Ph. Rev. F. _____ _
O’Reilly, H. J . ____________
Russell, G. . .
. .. j..
Sawyer, A. T . . .
. ___
Ward, Frederick _______ .

San Francisco] Cal.

Unknown.

San Francisco, Cal
San Francisco] Cal
San Francisco] Cal.

$145 90
87 97
123 88
256 C
O
156 55
72 63
77 94
171 32
60 05
115 50
81 C
O
66 66
193 C
O
$1,608 40

French-/*American B ank of Savings, San Francis CO.
Baillod, Fritz .
. . . .
Blue. Frederiks
Canteerrit. Julie
Couteilles, Jean
______ .
Damb. Harrv .
Deroy, Octave
... ...
EJie, Tin, trustee for Cheung
______ ____
Shee Tin . .
Escalle, Pierre
. . ____
Espitallier, Joseph _
____
Farrar, Victor Clinton
Giomi, Serafino
______
Giacomella, Cleveland____ _
Hoffman, Julie ___________
Jaussaud. Marie .
Klenger, Joseph
..
. ..
Lataillade, Marie A _______
Soboslay, Julius

$207 47
3,998 86
97 61
62 66
693 80
873 71

Los Angeles,

Cal.

Marysville, Cal.
Newman, Cal
Stockton, Cal.
684, 40th st., Oakland, Cal.
995 Market st., San Francisco
North San .Tuan, Cal..

.........

76 74
2,170 21
178 40
1C2 29
66 36
144 73
70 81
80 55
1,846 38
65 91
438 41
903 44
82 95
82 44

Soiza, Antonio, trustee for
Treas, Irma, trustee
Olga Treas
Thelu, Jules, trustee
Edgar Thelu
Terragno, Valentine

1C4 03

for
for




51 52
Pleasanton,

Cal.

59 37
314 87
$12,776 52

488

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.
D E P O S IT S U N C L A IM E D
Name

FO R M O R E T H A N T E N

Y E A R S — Continued.
Alive or
dead

Last known residence or post-offlce address

Amount

H um bo ldt Savings Bank, San Francisco.
Denmire, Perry ______
Franklin, Lena ______
Hauschild, J. H ______
Johannes, Margaretha
Kelly, James F _______
Wartenweiler, E lise _
_
Tee, L a n ____________
Muller, H en rich______

Downieville, Cal. ___________
311 10th st., San Francisco...
Sacramento, Cal. ___________
400 Eddy st.., San Francisco..
178 ICth ave. , San Francisco.
Benicia, Cal.

$79 49
71 13
36130
258 45
415 62
230 98
144 35
83 76

610 Pine st., San Francisco.

$1,645 08
Ita lia n -A m e ric a n B ank, San Francisco.
Laurel, Cal. __________
Black Diamond, Wash..
Unknown ______________
Vallejo, Cal. _________
2546 Dana s t., Berkeley.
St. Helena, Cal_______
Petaluma, Cal. .............

Antoneti, P ie t r o ______
Boitano, L u i g i_______
Casagrande, Rosa ____
Castagnetto, Gerolamo
Kearny, M a r y _________
Nani, V ir g in ia _______
Tunzi, Iren e__________

$473 63
1,101 74
83 71
447 55
1,546 26
1,191 32
1,411 54
$6,255 75

M u tu a l Savings B ank, San Francisco.
Perreiter, Franz X.
Seale, Jessie D _____

41CJ Natoma st., San Francisco.
Salinas, Cal. _________________

Unknown.
Unknown.

$147 99
10612
$254 11

Savings Union B an k and T ru s t Com pany, San Francisco.
Arias, H e n ry _______________

San FTaneisco
San Francisco

j

Alleghany, Cal
'
Brennan, T hos. F ._________
Cameron, D a n ____ _______

San FranciRco
Carson City, Nevada

Donaldson, Samuel . . .

San Francisco
San Francisco

!

San Francisco
Oillis, S

P

]

O ra ff/N

$51 20
216 76
142 53
12,525 52
418 75
560 51
142 85
686 75
64 19
525 39
75 41
1C3 93
61 14
117 41
111 13
1,350 36
200 39
379 80
147 62
316 00
76 40
198 00
59 88
78 44
68 05
421 56
2.257 46
1,342 01
58 76
120 86

San Francisco _______

..

______________

San Francisco _________ _

_____ ____ ____

Miley, Miss Annie or Miss
Martin, W . ________________




60 56
54 87
2,459 11
1,099 56
212 80
58 80
207 4?
63 09
148 07
166 96
88 64
4.258 05
551 31
994 77
55 70

489

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.
D E P O S IT S U N C L A IM E D

FO R M O R E T H A N T E N Y E A R S — Continued.

Savings Union B ank and T ru s t Com pany, San Francisco— Continued.
Alive or
dead

Last known residence or post-office address

Mayr, M ich ael_____________
McLaughlin, Mary ________
Meyer, Peter D _____________
Monroe, J o h n ______________
Murphy, Mary A ___________
Moore Society, Hannah____ _
MacBeth, A le x _____________
Napier, G. L ..... ....................
Nunes, Antonio M_________ _
Nickell, Lew W ., trustee____
Noy Pong _________________
Nilson, Charles ____________
O’Brien, Miss Anna M______
Olsen, Mrs. Henry__________
Pichon, Miss Marie_________
Plunkett, Wm. A ., adm in...
Pendleton, Mrs. Mary_______
Puffer, W. W ______________
Petty, C a rrie ______________
Ring, Timothy
____ ______
Reed, Miss Eimma L _______
Reckman, P . ______________
Rohr, Chas. H _____________
Rosenthal, Mrs. Rachael____
Russell, Francis ___________
Steevens, Miss Ellen M_____
Scholtz, Mrs. Belle J _______
Schultze, Miss Carrie_______
Stevens, A lice ______________
Steers, Kate _______________
Sportsman’s Club bf C alif.. .
Tilly, Bernhard A . B ______
Thomas, Miss Helen A _____
Turnbull, W a lte r __________
W oodworth, James ________
Wilckens, Claus ___________

San Francisco
San Francisco
Oakland, Cal.

Amount

$269 74
264 56
78 83
493 76
1,475 97
54 64
65 46
C 15
O
66 67
74 10
104 65
205 33
151 68
117 51
300 37
97 20
145 64
1,669 17
52 93
8C4 85
60 66
64 56
55 74
' 209 22
693 04
162 91
580 08
3,070 87
56 50
72 25
846 43
1,232 50
57 09
69 26
72 93
4,C43 41

San Francisco ___
San F ra n cisco ___
San F ra n cisco ___
San Francisco ___
San Rafael, Cal..
San Francisco ___
San Francisco ___
San Francisco ___
San Francisco ___
San Francisco ___
San Francisco ___
San Francisco ___
San Francisco ___
San Francisco ___
San Francisco ___
San Francisco ___
Indianapolis, Ind.
San Francisco _
_
San Francisco ___
San F ra n cisco _
_
Pasadena, Cal.
Santa Cruz, Cal..
San Francisco ___
San F ra n cisco___
San Francisco _
_
San Francisco _
_
San F ra n cisco _
_
San F ra n cisco__ _
Tipton, Cal. ___
San Francisco

$51,259 43
S ecu rity Savings Bank, San Francisco.
Callingham, W . J ., trustee
fo r Bessie Callingham_____ San Francisco
Cooke, Christina __________ San Francisco
Dolan, J a m e s______________ San Francisco
Edmunds, E v a n __ _________ Searsville, Cal.
Hill, A n a ise________________ Alameda, Cal.
Mager, Leonard ___________ San Francisco
Prime, John H _____________ San Francisco
Toland, Trella F ., trustee
fo r W . G. Toland________ San Francisco
Torjesen, C hristian________ San Francisco
Whelan, J o h n ______________ San Francisco

.. D ead____
D ead____
D ead____

The Germ an Savings and Loan Society, San Francisco.

Ardin, Charles A_________
Armstrong, A. H ___________
Asmussen, August H. P ____
Bach, Franc _____________
Becker, Robt. ____________
Beger, Fritz _____________
Brown, Friedrich W_______
Burkhardt, William_______
Butner, Fred A___________

2d st., San Francisco______________________
Care McCullum F . & T . Co., San Francisco ..
South Park House, 5th st., San Francisco
San Francisco _________________________ ..
1416 Ellis st., San Francisco________________
26 Stewart st., San Francisco_____________
Transient _________________________________
Potrero, San Francisco___ , ________________
_
Lontzingstrasse No. 3, Koenigstein, Ger­
many ___________________ ________________
222 Minna st., San Francisco______________
365 Jackson st., San Francisco_____________
20 Russ st., San Francisco_________________
36 Clay st., San Francisco_________________
1525 Powell st., San Francisco_____________
389 N. 5th st.,' San Jose, Cal_______________
2610 Sutter st., San Francisco_____________
730 4th st., San Francisco_______ __________
Colma, Cal. _______________________________
Room 804, Call Bldg., San Francisco_______

Carlson/ Gustave A_______
Carolo, Jose F___________
Cohen, Sarah________ „___
Cronan, Thomas _________
Davis, Orvilla F___ _______
Dougherty, Mary E_______
Engele, Anna M__________
Erikson, Neils ___________
Ferrera, Giovanni ________
Fiske, Loretta O.................
Ford, Jennie, trustee -for
Ross Cummings................ 727 6Cth st., Oakland, Cal_______ _________




$76 22
7,063 89
104 04
80 27
213 30
256 21
133 37
58 33
325 54
3,100 87
11,412 C4
$3,685 37
68 18
220 24
4,114 27
1,616 €9
358 25
530 87
173 79
1,897 80
321 20
1,486 52
2,170 70
151 80
845 80
3,C69 04
2,087 84
866 88

226 54
133 93
54 19

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REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.
D E P O S IT S U N C L A IM E D FO R M O R E T H A N T E N Y E A R S — Continued.
Th e Germ an Savings and Loan Society, San Francisco— C ontinued.
Name

Frost,, Henry
Frydenthai, Christian

Alive or
dead

Last known residence or post-office address

412 Ringold st., San Francisco-. —

____

Grahcr. Emma A .
Habersang, Chas. ____ _____
Haivorspn, Haider
Hansen, Ola.f

Yreka, Cal.
Rock Pile, Cal.

Heine, F.mst, C
Henrich, Annie or Joseph___
Herrmann, Wm P.
Houston, Martha P.
Huher, 4 A.
.Tanson, Carl Petter
Johnson, Henry
Johnson, John
.Toller, Bernhardt
.Tones, Jessie
Jorgensen, Catherine
Kaup, Simon
Keefe, Thomas
Kimm<* Wm. G.
Kleiner, Frank, trustee for
Barbara. Wolgemuth
Klenger, Joseph .
Kleimpt’, F,mfl
Kolbe, Emma E ____ . .

Fresno, Cal.
No. 1 5th st., San Francisco______

...

Dead

_ ..

Transient
Blue Lakes, Cal.
Chicago Hotel, San Francisco
552 Bryant st,., San Francisco

Vallejo, Cal.

Ralum, Neu Pommern, Bismark Archipelago
— ____________________________ D ead____
Vallejo, Cal.
Lancaster, A. L . _____
Lanekan, Adolph
Lawrenz, Albert
________
Ledy, Thoms
Loeai No. 12, Western Feder­
ation o f Miners (Paloma)
Lorenz, Louisa (estate closed)
MeCarthv, Hannah . ..
McMillan, R o b e r t __________ Knoxville, Napa. County, Cal
McPherson, Samuel 4 ____ _
Meseha, Johan
Commercial Lodging House, San Francisco
Hinges, Joseph ...
Muller, Chas
Muller, Josephine or Josie__
Nelson, Elizabeth A.
Nickels, Christian_____ _
Nielson, Andreas
Nilson, Charles ___________
Ostrum, Lena
Person. Gustave .. .
Pickersgill, John
Plath, Fritz
Porte de la Salome
Ramsdell, Fred W.
Raymond, Fred
Reeploeg, Gerhardt
Reynolds, Mayme
Richards, Katie
Ryrie, Thomas
Schulz, Christian F.
Seekamp, Henry

200 Hayes st,., San Francisco
Eureka, Cal.
36 Clay st., San Francisco

No. 3 Mary Lane, San Francisco
836 Guerrero st., San Francisco
7641 Folsom st., San Francisco
West Berkeley, C al.

Steffan, Henry
Steffen, Meta
Stuher, TTrs

Titus, Victor

759 Folsom st., San Francisco

No. 3 Commercial st., San Francisco
Weaverville, Cal.

.

__

Amount
$51 40
697 32
52 93
52 32
68 06
110 28
1,545 96
124 24
3,861 43
83 76
55 23
592 57
272 48
3,078 51
2,278 75
1,022 63
58 37
1,132 63
95 61
2,853 76
1,468 72
245 41
304 05
124 78
55 55
1,563 67
1,022 93
158
50
277
488
93

65
43
52
39
69

113 03
248 14
261 14
698 70
491 41
2,997 83
1,674 47
132 47
96 94
6,091 67
105 13
158 16
59 24
50 83
221 81
223 45
85 05
52 21
388 75
52 30
467 02
263 32
63 32
3,C91 81
576 96
62 38
53 16
52 99
204 54
134 82
119 31
. 537 32
266 08
1,423 92
71 81
794 46
52 10
241 19
2,122 07

Vujovich, Helen, trustee for
Wellington, Frederick
Williams, Agnes S__________




137 Fulton st., San Francisco
33C9 Clay st., San Francisco___ __ _ .

_ __________

56 64
1,281 52
52 39

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D E P O S IT S U N C L A IM E D FO R M O R E T H A N T E N Y E A R S — Continued.
T h e Germ an Savings and Loan Society, San Francisco— Continued.
Name

Last known residence or post-office address

Alive or
dead

62 Tehama st., San Francisco

Williams, J a m e s_____
Williams, Nora T .
Wittenberg, Herman .
Young, Dorpthea

$81
1,634
194
52

45 Sd st., San Francisco

The H ib e rr ia Savings and Loan Society, San Fran cisco.
Aguiar, Laura G ... .
Arehambanlt, Xaviers
Armstrong, Sarah
Bader, Pauline

___

Becker, Robert
Bermingham, Peter
Bloomrinist, Andy .
Boitann, Luigi
Bombosoff, N.
Bradv, P. F.
Bready, .Tames
Brett, Edward
Brosnahan, .Tames

Alaska

Bueklev. Miehael

Mendocino, Cal.

Oarev, William .
Clark, Bridget,
Cloherty, Francis ________
Conrad, H a ttie _______
Conway, Jacob ,T.
Oopson, Charles Wilson— —
Coreia, Domingos
Corrigan, Anna
Costigan, Thomas _ ______
Cunningham, Daniel
Davis, B rid g et____________
Day, Prank _
.
_____

San Bruno, San Mateo County, Cal.

Deasy, Michael _____ _ _ ___
Delanev. Stephen
Dempsey, Patrick ____ __
Dodv, James
Dohrn, Charles _

Howard st., 5th and 6th, San Francisco..
San Mateo, C a l... _
. . .
____ _

Pngele, Annie
F.ricson, August,
Antonio

228 Pacific, st,., San Francisco
Hoquiam, Washington
Silveira

Feenev, Maggie
Ferero, Michele or Ferero,
Flvnn, Thomas
Ford, ’ Joseph
Fry, John Henry____. . . . ___
Graham, .Tames
Guirdano, Angipla
Gutter, Jacob
Haley, Bridget ___

D ead____

_ _ __

Drnsford, John
Edwards, Thomas M.

Faria,

Suisun, Solano County, Cal.
821 .Sutter st., San’ Francisco

Care Jno. Kelso, 16th and Harrison sts.,
San Francisco ____ _____________ _
Stanford University. Cal.

10 Union st., San Francisco
San-

Haley, Thomas ____________

642 Nat.oma. sit., San Francisco
Columbia st., near Boardman place, San
Francisco ______________
. .
_. —
Gordan yalley, Napa County, Cal____
541 Howard st., San Francisco
1339 Sacramento st., San Francisco ___ _

Hill, Anna
Hogan, Thomas

244 Taylor st., San Francisco___________

___

Napa City, Cal
Hvnes, ’.Tames
•Tones, Fst.es, a minor
391 Eddy st., San Francisco
Kane, Michael
752 Railroad ave., Alameda, Cal.
Dead
Kelley, J e r r y ......... ........... . ._ 50 Natoma st., San Francisco ............ —..,




$76,173 57

150 75
120 05
291 26
867 84
107 35
559 76
1C4 55
250 69
120' 41
3,701 06
84 60
109 80
2,803 39
3’ 275 82
201 53
241 40
170 66
574 45

1011 Stevenson st., San Francisco

320 Minna st., San Francisco
E. side Mason s t., near Pacific,
Francisco
Trnckee, Cal.

08
62
66
C
2

$173 96
'961 22
60 48
199 61
520 15
1,065 91
1,070 61
217 98
1,861 C9
liCC3 13
396 67
75 55
166 68
1,1C0 39
161 48
457 61
77 21
1,166 12
74 19
54 80
123 24
159 82
115 83
1,386 85
'774 52
136 61
123 64
1C7 C
O

Tulare, Cal.
773 O’ Farrell st., San Francisco

Fairbanks,

Amount

62 35
197 07
1,813 25
166
580
535
4,728

15
78
28
75

2,007 53
104 55
96
275
135
172
1,050
272
54
82
949

25
65
25
40
77
98
12
37
56

492

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS,
D E P O S IT S U N C L A IM E D FO R M O R E T H A N T E N Y E A R S — Continued.
T h e H ib e rn ia Savings and Loan Society, San Francisco— Continued.
Name

Last known residence or post-offlce address

Kelly, M a r y _____ __ ____
Kirby, James ______________
Klenger, J o se p h ____________
Kuster, Anna B _______ __
Landers, S chuyler_________
Levitzkv, Morris ........ .... .
Lewis, Annie Jane___ _____
Limber^, Robert R,.__
Lynch, Cornelius ________
Lvnchj .Tames
Lynch’ John
Mahoney, E d m o n d ________

______

Morgan, Thnmas

Murphy, Ellen
Muschinski, Pridrich K ____

Amount

Fort Point, San Francisco
42a Post st.’, San Francisco
Fresno Flat, Fresno County, Cal,
Brooklyn, Alameda County', Cal. .
What Cheer House, San Francisco
27?) Mason st., San’ Francisco
2564 Folsom st., San Francisco

' 9rn 9.7
4 4 29
-R
kR A
Q S
179 £9m n
991 49.
7R1 91
m so
1 9in C
A
202 63

92# 15t,h st,., San Francisco
401 Oak st., San Francisco

Continental Lodging House, Pacific st.,
San Francisco
Mallon, Margaret _______ _ 999 Minna st., San Francisco
Ma nohen, Ella
318 Kearny st-, San Francisco
Maraschi, A. (S. J . ) _ ______ St. Tgnatius College, San Francisco
Martin, Robert Asa,
Redding, Cal.
Milligan, William

Alive or
dead

_ ...

1.267 20
77 07
?.1Q Q
9
9 A 71
C
91
9n2
76 09
K 19
21
411 sn
145 48
1,C20 92
270 22
1.037 72
798 13
1,527 93

Care Los Angeles Y .M .C .A ., Los Angeles
Presidio, San Francisco
274 Pearl st., San Francisco
1114 Bryant st., San Francisco
1755 Ellis st., San Francisco
1735 Broadway, San Francisco
912 Minnesota st., San Francisco
429 Tehama st., San Francisco
Portland, Oregon
Care Marine Church, Sacramento and
Drumm sts., San Francisco
433 Bush st., San Francisco

379 10
249 63
K 61
7
206 as
910 A
S
m fii

128 Turk st., San Francisco
Rowene, Ankland, New Zealand
1434 Broadway, San Francisco
112 Fell st., San Francisco __ .

O’Brien, John _

_______

O’ Connell, Walter Joseph, a

Pacific

Coast

Quarrymen’s

Schlothan, William F. .

_

Skuse, F ann ie______________

____ _

Valleio, Cal.
12 Jackson st., San Francisco _ . .
. _
846 Mission s t., San Francisco___ __
No address
Point Reyes, Cal.
Commercial Hotel, Montgomery ave.,

!

427 29
93 28

114 78
81 1ft
81 54

433 67
318 66
744 53
286 50
1,150 87

1413 Polk st., San Francisco— ._ _____
18 Clara st., San F ra n cisco .___ _ __ .
55 Clementina st., San Francisco

129 27
730 70
3,230 12
316 80

Penryn, Cal.
422 Drumm st., San Francisco
Gaillard Hotel, San Francisco.. .
614 Kearny st., San F ra n cisco .___ _
Fort McDermitt, Nevada_____
225 2d st., San Francisco
22 Turk st., San Francisco
460 Chestnut st., San Francisco — .
1500 Van Ness ave., San Francisco . .
Santa Cruz, Cal.
Care Northern Machine Works, Ketchikan, Alaska _ _____________ . . . . .
1024 Howard st., San Francisco.. _____
315 Bryant st., San Francisco . . . .
_
44 3d st., San Francisco. .
Dead _ .
Railroad House, Vallejo, Cal.
Adelphi House, Kearny s t ., San Francisco
116 Jackson s t ., San Francisco .
Doherty Station, Alameda County, Cal._ Dead____
262 13th st., San Francisco
Dead ____

121
419
136
3,062
379
122
85
74
180
684

33
35
20
36
99
43
17
04
11
68

75 24
352 92
238 84
831 62
75 12
820 32
1,240 14
1C7 99
164 30
65 13

Southall, Grace Adelaide, a
504 Natoma st., San Francisco
Sullivan. J o h n _____________




Broadway and Sansome st., San Francisco
San Francisco _________ 1_____ — . . . D ead____

70 07
66 21
170 90
306 16
763 65

493

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.
D E P O S IT S U N C L A IM E D FO R M O R E T H A N

T E N Y E A R S — Continued.

T h e H ib e rn ia Savings and Loan Society, San Francisco— Continued.
Alive or
dead

Last known residence or post-office address

Name

Dead

Amount
$536 97
813 44
4,878 25
128 55
224 48
1,124 98
420 E
C
94 43
159 46
145 77
954 62
365 75
571 C5
84 34

_

Dead _

Bodega, Sonoma County, Cal_____

_ .

D ead___
Dead _ )
Dead
J
Dead — -

$84,130 74
Union Trus t Com pany of San Francisco, San Francisco.
Berwick,

J.

0 .,

guardian

$186 12
130 39
431 87

Crocker, Billie, executrix es-

174 63

Foley, John J ., trustee Poley

1,472 53

Gardiner, C. H ., trustee for
Gregg, Flijah W
Jeffrey,

M .,

trustee

i
for

438 20

Jehu, Mrs. W . N., i»rusUe
Dead _.
Lilienthal, P. N., trustee for

145 52
1.488 73
889 89

Care Anglo and London Paris National

90 74
3,524 97
169 24
1,775 78
130 13
285 53

Tuning, M. N. and C. M.
Taylor, trustees for W.

62 64
517 89
2,622 63
78 51
123 62
235 55
104 68

O’Connor, John or Josephine
O’Snlliynn, Vilen V,
Care Wells Fargo & C o., Express, San

1,182 80
65 59
154 19

Denver, Mary W ., or Jennie
63 12
McNeill, Mabel M ., trustee

= 178 21
■
51 22

Siebe, G. H ., or Elizabeth...

$16,830 75
Bank of Shn Jose, San Jose.
Alameda Turnpike R. C o____




San Joke

Unknown.
Unknown.
Unknown.

$55 65
179 61
187 90
$423 16

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D E P O S IT S U N C L A IM E D FO R M O R E T H A N

T E N Y E A R S — Continued.

Last known residence or post-office address

Alive or
dead

San Jose Safe Deposit B ank of Savings, San Jose.
McCabe, Mrs. Edw________
Monomeini, M adalena______
Stoll, Amanda Teresa_______
Cronin, John ______________
Plummer, Mrs. M. K ______
Parsons, W m. _____________
Wayland, Edward R _______
Morrow, Wm. _____________
Mannen, M a r y _____________
Faningy, R o s e tta ................. .
Bellomi, Giovanni _________
Huffman, C. W ____________
McQuaid, Margaret J ______
O’Rourke, Mrs. J. K _______
Rosano, Spero _____________
Daniels, Jules, heirs o f_____
Carr, Annie or Raphael, sis­
ter _____________________
Ryan, Mary or Hunkins, S.
B. _______________________
Owens, B essie______________
Morse, A n n abel____________

202 Lake ave., Watsonville___________
79 North Market s t., San Jose__________
286 E. San Salvador st., San Jose____
Unknown _____________________________
Unknown _____________________________
Unknown _____________________________
Unknown _____________________________
Unknown ________________________ ____
361 S. Market s t., San Jose___________
89 Balbach st., San Jose______________
Unknown _____________________________
Box 774, San Jose____________________
Unknown _____________________________
Unknown _____________________________
87 San Pedro s t., San Jose___________
Unknown _____________________________

Unknown
Unknown
Unknown.
Unknown.
Unknown.
Unknown.
Unknown.
Unknown.
Unknown.
Unknown.
Unknown.
Unknown.
Unknown.
Unknown
Unknown.
Unknown.

Unknown

Unknown.

80 74

San Jose, Cal—
San Jose, Cal —
Palo Alto, Cal—

Dead . .
Unknown.
Unknown-

281 28
394 11
788 42
$13,382 55

S ecu rity Savings B ank of San Jose, San Jose.
Welti, Conrad _____________ | San Jose, Cal____________________________

$518 01
85 70
245 34
94 14
868 10
3,280 41
138 85
2,890 01
1,011 30
333 00
455 96
487 37
72 71
1,195 25
57 04
104 79

Unknown.

$252 35

D ead.

$326 23
62 30
229 57

B ank of S anta M a ria , S anta M a ria .
Hobson, J. W ________
McHenry, Mrs. N. J . . .
Saulsbury, J r., estate.

Santa Maria,
Santa Maria,
Santa Maria,

Cal..
Cal..
Cal..

$618 10
Th e Stockton Savings and Loan Society, Stockton.
Connors, Frank ______
Ducich, Nick __________
Dunscomb, F an n ie____
Fulln, A u d y ___________
Hansen, Lina _________
Nelson, Ola ___________
Perkins, James H ______
Sang' Yup Company.......
Scott, R. E ____________
Seamans, Elizabeth J —
Tanber, J o h n _________
W oodall, Mrs. Mary E —
Wright, T . H --------------

Unknown ________________
Unknown ________________
Unknown ________________
Unknown ________________
Unknown ________________
Unknown ________________
Unknown ________________
Unknown ________________
South Africa ___________
Unknown _______________ _
Unknown ________________
427 Lindsay st., Stockton.
Unknown ________________

Unknown.
Unknown.
Unknown.
Unknown.
Unknown.
Unknown.
Unknown.
Unknown.
Unknown.
Unknown.
Unknown.
Unknown.
Unknown.

$263 35
84 46
78 57
171 12
62 69
1,227 35
63 72
631 65
243 38
132 61
89 26
644 68
80 00
$3,772 84

Com mercial B ank of San Luis Obispo, San Luis Obispo.
Nipomo Parlor ____________ Nipomo, Cal.
Welsh, F. E ________________ San Luis Obispo_________________________

Unknown.

$51 87
378 00
$429 87

Santa B arbara Savings and Loan B ank, Santa B arbara.
Bottiani, Miss Lizzie_______
Dewlaney, William ............ .
Meyer, Frank N____________
Moore, Anna F ., executrix__
Ryan, Isabella _____________
Saunders, Charles --------------

Santa Barbara, Cal—
Santa Barbara, Cal..
Santa Barbara, Cal—
Lompoc, Cal. _______
Santa Barbara, Cal..
Santa Barbara, Cal—

C ity Savings B ank, Santa C ruz.
Santa Cruz, Cal__________________
Black, Ruth and Willie, Wm. Santa Cruz, Cal______________ ____
M. Black, trustee_________
Walbrldge, Isabella......... ......




D ead.

$123 91
410 89
98 31
54 80
647 29
189 51
$1,519 71

Unknown.
Unknown.

$152 45
86 60
$239 05

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D E P O S IT S U N C L A IM E D FO R M O R E T H A N T E N Y E A R S — Continued.
Name

Alive or
dead

Last known residence or post-office address

Amount

F’eoples Savings B ank, S anta Cruz.
Ross, Mrs. Florence F ______ 249 E. 34th s t., Portland, Ore__________

Unknown.

$307 89
148 64
$456 53

Santa Cr

jz

B ank of Savings and Loan, S anta Cr uz.
Unknown.

$639 43

Unknown.

$162 50

S anta Rosa B ank, S anta Rosa.

F a rn iers’ and M erch an ts’ B ank, Stockton.
$60 C
O
B ank of Suisun, Suisun.
Boulanger, J.

D ead___

$75 00
25 00
75 00
$175 00

B ank of Tom ales, Tom ales.
/ $122 50
B ank of U kia h , U kia h .
$75 C
O
The B ank of V acaville, V aca ville .
Dead
Horn

$43 00

Savings B ank of V e n tu ra , V e n tu ra .
Nordhoff,

C!al.

____

D ead____
Dead

$109 30
25 63
$134 93

V is a lia Savings B ank, V isalia.
Parsons,” TI. ft. . .

Armona, Kings County, f!nl_
Tulare, ” Cal.

. .

Unknown.
Unknown.

$773 23
409 76
$1,182 99

Total amount o f deposit s unclaimed fo r more than ten years_____




$337,568 50

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DEPOSITS U N C L A IM E D FOR M ORE T H A N
T W E N T Y YEARS.
Reports from Banks Showing Deposits W h ic h W e re Unclaim ed fo r M ore T h an
T w e n ty Y ears, J a n u a ry 1, 1915, and W h ic h W e re S ubject to Deposit w ith th e
S tate Treasurer.

(Section 15 of the Bank Act.)

Last known place of residence
or post-office address

Interest
due

Total of
deposit and
interest

A lam eda Savings B ank, A lam eda.

$1 00

6/ 1/94
9/25/94

Johnson, Matilda C ___
Tracy, Mrs. Lorenia S -

$1 93
1 08

1 00

$2 00

$1 01

$3 01

B ank of A ntioch, Ar.tioch.
Thompson, Miss Frances P. Antioch

$29 90

$29 90

11/ 3/03

Producers Savings B ank, Bakersfield.
Taylor, J. T ..

4/ 8/11

Bakersfield

$250 00

$38 31

$288 91

Berkeley B ank of Savings and T ru s t Com pany, Berkeley.
Dawson, E. A.

1/14/93

$2 00

$2 50

$4 50

F arm ers Savings B an k, Lakeport.
Gurnett, Louis

Upper Lake

12/31/92

$34 35

$34 35

$400 C
O

$400 00

B ank of Lemoore, Lemoore.
Davis, Samuel

10/ C/C3
B ank of Lompoc, Lompoc.

Freir,

Chas.

England

12/17/94

$ 100.00

$1 00

$101 00

$803 56

$1,303 53

S ecu rity T ru s t and Savings B ank, Los Angeles.
Swenson, Eskelander ____ 133 North Main st, L. A.

5/ 3/92

$5C0 00

N orth ern C alifo rn ia B ank of Savings, M arysville.
Jenks, M innie____________ Durham
Johnson, J ., in trust for
H. E. _________________ Unknown

3/ 4/92
5/23/94

$2 00

$1 69

5 00

4 12

9 12

$7 00

$5 81

$12 81

$300 00

$421 62

$721 62

Union Savings B ank, Modesto.
Vaughn, L. P . N..

O res

Malaun, M.

Monterey

Ludwig, W . J ..

Napa ....... ............................

1/25/93

T h e B ank of M onterey, M onterey.
_______________

4/ 6/94

$1 75

$1 75

$30 00

$30 00

B an k of N ap a, N apa.




3/ 7/94

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D E P O S IT S U N C L A IM E D F O R M O R E T H A N T W E N T Y Y E A R S — Continued.
Last known place of residence
or post-offlce address

Date

Amount

Interest
due

Total of
deposit and
Interest

Jas. H . Goodman & Co. B ank, N apa.

$5
17
3

$5 00
17 00
3 00
11 30
95 00
3 46
7 50
4 30
9 35
49

95 00
3 46
7 50
4 30
9 35
49

20 00

20 00

6/ 12/88

50

50
$176 90

$89 25
62 03
65 99
87 65
62 51
53 58

$89 25
62 03
65 99
87 65
62 51
53 58

$421 01

Not known
Not known
Dead ____
Not known
New York .
Not known
Not known
Dead_____
Not known
Dead_____
Dead ____
Oakland

$421 01

11

8S8S

9/18/89
11/ 5/79
8/11/91
11/ 5/79
2/28/92
3/ 6/80
2/17/77
6/ 3/89
4/ 5/89
6/26/93
2/26/84

$176 90

Ah Sam ___________
Blake, Jas. _______
Buckman, C. W____
Coleman Estate ____
Despatch system ___
Friend, W. A______
Hatch, E. B_______
Little, R. W________
Napoli, Peter ______
Sampson, Mrs. A. B.
Shuck, Ah _________
Yandernalien, A. ___

C entral Savings Bank, Oakland.

Keane, Mrs. Clara P..
Morrison, Thos. J___
Shaw, W. C________
Payne, Mrs. Amanda.
Crowell, E. E_______
Selk, H. ____________

San Leandro __________
Unknown ________ _____
461 Eleventh st., Oakland
Virginia City, Nev______
1465 Ninth st., Oakland—
Healdsburg ___________

Peoples Savings Bank, Sacram ento.

Baker, Wm. ______
Miller, Anna Maria.

3/ 8/94

Walnut Grove

Sacramento
Sacramento

$26 91

$27 88

$54 79

$44 29
557 16

$32 90
186 51

$77 19
743 67

$301 45 > $219 41

Jackson, Mrs. M. A..

$820 85

Sacram ento B ank, Sacram ento.

B a n k o f B r itis h

N o rth

4/11/87
9/ 8/94

A m e r ic a , S a n

Bartlett, T. J. M_______ 210 O’Farrell st., S. F .„

F r a n c is c o .

$48 31

$48 31

T h e G erm an Savings and Loan Society, San Francisco

Aiders, J. D____________
Anderson, J. E., or Mary,
trustee for Thelena J_
_
Ardin, Chas. A_________
Asmussen, Aug. H. P___
Baldwin, Wm. J.____ __
_
Bauduin, Olivier________
Baumeister, Hermann___
Beger, Fritz____________
Benjamin, Rachel _______
Bernardini, Andrew_____
Betge, Robt. or Augusta..
Bittorf, Geo. W_________
Blobel, Paul ___________
Bonde, Jorgen __________
Bowen, F. E___
Brefln, John ___
Briggs, Juliet A.

32—19462



Silver City, N. M._

3/13/85

$8 04

$21 84

$29 88

Isleton _______________ 6/ 2/93
Second st., S. F________ 6/23/94
Fifth st., S. F_________ 3/ 7/91
Atlanta, Ga., box 1106... 5/11/91
512 Bush st., S. F______ 11/ 9/82

5 00
1,769 06

9 76
1,916 31
120 24
13 54
14 24

14 76
3,685 37
220 24
23 71
20 34

9 61
4 27

3 80
258 25
11 15
9 54

5 80
358 25
20 76
13 81

100 00

10 17
6 10

1 August alley, off Green

st., S. F____________
26 Stuart st., S. F_____
San Jose ______________
Occidental Hotel, S. F._.
San Francisco _________
German Hospital, S. F._
112 Fourth st., S. F____
Kearney st. and Broadway, S. F___________
W. U. Tel. Office, S. F.__
American Exchange, S. F.
West Berkeley _________

4/ 7/80
6/30/82
10/14/93
10/10/91
5/23/72
6/10/85
2/ 9/89

2 00
100 00
2 00

8 88

10 88

4 00
6 34

6 72
9 45

10 72
15 79

3/14/78
10/ 5/78
6/26/83
12/26/89

3 15
2 94
2 00
5 00

9 58
6 90
3 04
25 24

12 73
9 84
5 04
30 24

498

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.
D E P O S IT S U N C L A IM E D F O R M O R E T H A N T W E N T Y Y E A R S — Continued.
T h e Germ an Savings and Loan Society, San Francisco— C ontinued.
Nam e

L ast known place o f residence
or post-office address

D ate

Portland, Ore. . ________ 12/14/91
Cain, Chas. F ------------------ 15 Willow ave., S. F ____ 1/25/94
Cambeis, L o u is ---------------- R. R. House, Pacific st.,
S. F . _________________
8/29/79
Chapman, John P ------------- 1513 Buchanan s t., S. F. 10/28/79
Claveau, Louis ---------------- California Hotel, S. F ___ 3/ 1/92
Cleary, P ., trustee for
10/28/71
ft/iR /<n
4 / 9 f 72'
Dolles, Emma ___________
Doscher, Heinrich ------------ Rich and Natoma sts----- 2/16/77
9!/9!ft/ft.7
Ehy, E. W _______________
Eickhoff, J. F ------------------ Kohler & Chase, S. F .__ 10/ 5/78
Eisenrath, Wilhelm ______
3/ 3/83
7.7ft 4 th s t

S

T otal of
deposit and
interest

$1 37
5 00

4 62

3 94
1 21
6 23

14 44
21 45
9 24

18 38

2 02

16 39

18 41

$3 92
9 62
22 66

15 47

IK ftft
9. Oft

ft 14

3 50

11 96

15 46

5 07

IK 7 K

■ft 77
7

2 90
3 00

6 66

9 56

5 50

ft 5ft

20 00

20 12

26 81
27 61

46 81
47 73

3 15

7 19

10 34

10 00
2 00

16 91
7 07

26 91
9 07

5 00

11 02

16 02

11 89

27 90

39 79

5 00

5 71

10 71

2 00

10 59

12 59

2 60

10 93

13 53

German Hospital, S. F._ 10/28/73

25 00

1 1 / 2 /8 5

545 .7ft

8/29/72
1007 Battery st., S. F .—
Twenty-fifth s t., S. F ___ 7/27/91
138 McAllister s t ., S. F._ 11/19/80

6 45
5 00
2 50

85 28
ftft
32 95
4 87
5 12

Ijftftft

110 28
ftft
39 40
9 87
7 62

1 545

1ft/ 5/7S

4 .71

11 1 R

Occidental Hotel, S. F — 7/19/94
321 Eighteenth s t., S. F._ 5/27/84
1636 Market s t., S. F ____ 5/27/86
San Bruno road, 26th and
Army sts., S. F ______ 10/28/84

6 60
5 00
5 00

10 09
9 25
6 14

16 69
14 25
11 14

5 00

11 15

16 15

233 66

358 91

592 57

2 35

28 14

30 49

5 00

5 40

10 40

5 00

5 22

10 22

Henier, Henry __________
Henrich, Annie or Joseph.. 1 Fifth s t ., S. F ________
4/ 9/91
Hild, Jos. and Mary_____ Mission and Third sts.,
S. F . _________________ 6/ 2/81
Hill, Mary T ., trustee fo r
Martha Rose ..............— 424 O’Farrell s t., S. F ... 7/20/92
Hill, Mary T ., trustee for
Mary L . R o s e _________ 424 O’Farrell st., S. F ... 12/23/92
Hillenbrand, Wilhelm, or
Philip K lo se ------------------- 32 Turk s t ., S. F ., (see
Klose or Hillenbrand).
1/12/74
Hinckley, Emily F _______ Care Hinckley & Newman
1/ 5/80
San Francisco ___ ____ 8/ 8/77
8/22/93
Jacobs, Nellie, trustee fo r
822 Turk s t., S. F.
4/ 2/83
Jensen, Julius P . R ______ 26 Stuart s t ., S. F ______ 12/17/77
Jobmann, Julius ________ 730 Vallejo s t., S. F ____ 8/18/77




Interest
due

T?

Estlinbaum, J a c o b ---------Felthouse, G e o rg e------------ Bonanza House, S. F ___ 2/ 8/79
Fischer, Lina ____________ 110 Ellis s t., S. F ______
5/27/92
Folsom , Ann ____________ 11th ave., near R. R. S .,
S. F . _________________ 8/ 4/83
Frey,
I ’riedrich, trustee
fo r Louise Keller------------ 1232 Union s t., S. F _____ 3/ 9/87
Friedman, Max _________
12/12/72
Freidrich, Conrad, trustee
for Conrad, Jr-------------- 245 Eighth s t., S. F _____ 1/31/81
Gerhardy,
Wilhelm,
or
Pierre Assils ----------------- Monterey, or 512 Howard
st., S. F --------------------- 12/ 2/86
Fries, Elizabeth _________
Gerken, John ----------------- 946 Valencia s t ., S. F ___ 8/17/92
Girard, F . P . _________________
1/ 9/60
Gourguet, A . D ---------------- Bear Valley, Mariposa
County _______________ 12/20/80
Gruschwitz, Carl ------------Gutman, Moritz _________
Habersang, Chas. -----------Hagermeister, J o h a n -------Harris, W m. -----------------H art, Jas. D ., or Angie—
Hastings, Horace M--------Havens, H. B ------- -------- ---Havens, Louise L ------ —
Hawes, Emmily
- —
Heidenfelder, Chas. _____

A m ount

2
2
5
5

00
00
80
14

5 00
3 56
4 24

6
3
19
8

25
83
40
71

8 25
5 83
25 20
13 85

1 17
18 77
11 32

6 17
22 33
15 56

499

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.
D E P O S IT S U N C L A IM E D F O R M O R E T H A N T W E N T Y Y E A R S — Continued.
T h e Germ an Savings and Loan Society, San Francisco— C ontinued.
Name

Last known place of residence
or post-office address

Date

Johnson, Peter, trustee
for Agnes Berntson______ 727 Treat ave., S. F ____ 12/27/83
Jordan, A. D._ ________ Noe and 25th sts., S. F. 1/16/82
Jungesbluth, W ilhelm ____ Commercial Hotel, S. F .. 4/25/90
San Francisco
1/12/81
Kamena, Bernhard _______ Care Isthmus House, S'. F. 11/10/74
Kaup, Simon ____________ Helvetia Hotel, S. F ....... 7/ 9/77
Kelly, Maud C ., or C. P.
2/ 7/90
Kleiner, Frank, trustee for
Barbara Volgemuth ___ Vallejo ________
5/17/92
___
Klose, Philip, or Wilhelm
32 Turk at , S F
7/19/88
Koeh, Samuel G.
10/ 2/74
Foiling. George
29.8 Fifth st., S. F
6/30/94
Koop, M argaret________
128 Langton st., S. F ___ 9/11/90
3/12/90
Kroehle, Jaenh
. ...
11/10/82
Kuhn, Ewald ________ ____
11/21/91
Kunz. Emil
960 Grove s t., Oakland—
2/10/90
Kuzaniek, Leopold _______ 312 Stockton s t., S. F.__ 10/29/81
Ladenburger, Amalia ____ N. E. cor. Lombard and
Leavenworth sts., S. F. 9/ 2/93
Lambert, F l o r e __________ 701 Ashbury s t., S. F ___ 4/11/94
Lancaster, A. T,......
7/11/82
Lawrenz, Albert _________ Commercial House, S. F. 11/ 8/88
Marty, F fa n z ____________ 1212J Kearney s t ., S. F .._ 6/11/94
Matthias, Christian
3/26/72
Matz, Osear
9/ 1/84
Meehan, Hugh C ___ ____
9/ 6/94
Mengel, Henry J _________ Redwood C i t y __________
8/30/88
Meseha, Johan ..
Commercial House, S. F. 4/17/90
Meyer, Ernest G_________ 33 Glen Park ave., S. F.
3/ 6/94
Minges, J o se p h _______ _
1/ 7/76
Moore, C. P ., or Maud C.
Kelley (see Kelley or
Moorel
9/24/91
1/31/91
Newcastle __
. 2/15/83
Nikolai, Margaratha _____ 1808 Gough s t., S. F ------ 8/22/89
11/ 9/77
133 Stuart st., S. F. .
Nitchy, Walter H ________ 1025 Washington s t., S. F. 4/29/92
205 Post s t ., S. F . _____ 2/ 1/86
518 Jones s t ., S. F ______ 8/20/94
Ostrum. Lena
1/22/92
Peipers, Richard P... .
1043 Folsom s t., S. F ____ 7/ 7/92
Peters, Albert
2/28/83
Peters. Julius
12/13/92
Petersen, F. M.
506 Battery s t., S. F ------ 5/16/92
Petri, Katharina _________ 908 Van Ness ave., S. F._ 7/19/76
Plath, Fritz
. .
2/15/87
Prince, A . H _______ ___
3/30/78
Ravmond. Fred
3/19/92
Renner, Mathias
Prescott House, S. F ____ 8/30/94
Reynolds, Ada M________ 2329 Fillmore st., S. F ___ 6/23/93
Risdon, Carrie A _________
9/20/82
Rozier, Alphonse, trustee
for M a r y ______________ 1057 W ood st., Oakland— 10/17/91
Ryrie, Thos. _____________
2/ 2/81
Sandmann. Helena .
10/16/94
Santorlasei. Basilio
8/19/74
Schaber, Chas.
1/21/79
Ellsworth, Nev. _______
Schaer, Caesar
1/26/77
San Francisco _______ —
Schmenkel. Robt.
S. P. Hotel, S. F ............. 8/ 3/89
Schnherth, Adam
2/19/90
240 Sutter s t ., S. F _____
Schwarz, Henrietta, trus2/26/92
tee for Ellen Thorston— 29 Pacific st., S. F ______




Amount

$8
4
16
9
2
70

1 Interest
due

Total of
deposit and
interest

37
50
25
36
00
00

$16 77
9 30
23 79
22 38
5 98
175 41

$25 14
13 80
40 04
31 74
7 98
245 41

6 09

11 14

17 23

25 00

30 55

55 55

5
3
7
8
5
3
4
17
3

57
67
95
94
00
71
70
07
00

36 21
35 36
8 14
.13 35
6 52
8 22
12 41
28 28
5 57

41
39
16
22
11
11
17
45
8

7 80
5 00
15 78
200 00
5O
O
5 59
100 00
12 03
5 82
700 00
9 71
33 78

14 18
11 89
34 75
288 39
4 48
34 56
161 14
12 47
11 68
974 47
11 12
98 69

21 98
16 89
50 53
488 39
9 48
40 15
261 14
24 50
17 50
1,674 47
20 83
132 47

51 96
8 28
23 72
15 62
60 00
20 00
7 63
6 13
105 11
11 27
4 85
5 64
11 41
5 80
20 00
2 50
35 00
5 00
5 00
3 12

53 17
10 46
35 52
25 95
161 81
24 39
14 00
6 37
118 34
13 41
12 23
12 99
30 29
23 27
32 30
5 69
28 32
7 03
7 45
7 64

105 13
18 74
59 24
41 57
221 81
44 39
21 63
12 50
223 45
24 68
17 08
18 63
41 70
29 07
52 30
8 19
63 32
12 03
12 45
10 76

5
20
6
3
11
12
16
5

00
00
63
52
06
33
11
30

5 00

78
03
09
29
52
93
11
35
57

69
16
34
35
30
66
20
45

10 69
53 16
15 97
20 87
45 36
52 99
41 31
12 75

5 64

10 64

5
33
9
17
34
40
25
7

500

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.
D E P O S IT S U N C L A IM E D F O R M O R E T H A N T W E N T Y Y E A R S — Continued.
T h e Germ an Savings and Loan Society, San Francisco— C ontinued.
L ast know n pla ce o f residence
or post-office address

Nam e

1320 California s t ., S. F._
Main and Mission sts.,
S. P . __________________
Spencer, J. D _____________ 729 California s t., S. P . „
Stahl, Henry C ., or Mar-

Seaman, M a r y ___________
Seymor, Henry __________

D ate

Interest
due

A m ount

T otal o f
deposit and
interest

8/14/80

$2 48

$5 47

$7 95

8/31/91
3/ 4/84

9 16
2 16

17 24
11 51

26 40
13 67

T sle to n
8/25/91
Steffan, Henry __________ 308 Clementina s t ., S. F .- 10/17/88
Strauss, B ernhard________ 1142 Mission st., S. F ____ 12/ 5/83
Stuhlmacher, Catherine M. 212 Townsend s t ., S. F ___ 3/ 6/90
2521 Octavia s t ., S. F .__ 10/26/92
4/16/94
22 T u r k s t . , S . F. .
6/30/90
Thilo, o . A.
35 M a r k e t s t . , S . F ,
4/11/85
Thomahlen, H einrich_____ First and Howard sts.,
S. F . ____ ______ ____ _ 5/11/75
Timm, Amanda
Vacaville ____
____ _ 11/13/91
Trimble, M a r y ___________ 25 Thirteenth st., S. F .— 9/ 3/90
S3 T u r k s t . , S . F .
11/ 2/93
Wheeler, Mark __________ International Hotel, S. F. 11/30/83
Widmer, B a rb a ra ___ _____ 1808 Mason s t ., S. F.
7/ 7/82
Wolter, Edgar __________
4 /2 9 Id
S
W ong L u n g ______________ 710 Nineteenth s t., S. F._ 10/17/84
Wright, W m. Y __________ 317 E d d v s t . , S . F
12/19/94
Young, D o ro th e a ________
6/ 7/86
Youngberg, Chas. J ______ 1403 Morton s t ., Alameda 11/25/93

5 69
223 02
2 00
5 00
5 59
5 00
5 33
5 00
5
10
5
2
2
9

10
314
2
10
8
5
8
8
47
10
31
1
2
19

00
00
00
00
00
06

6 09

10
32
91
76
40
51
61
95
10
76
19
57
84
59

6 69.

11 02

15 79
537 34
4 91
15 76
13 99
10 51
13 94
13 95
52
20
36
3
4
28

10
76
19
57
84
65

19 64.

5 19
9 no
.
25 no
5 57

11 33

16 21
ft 51
52 02
16 90

$5,572 16

$8,496 33

$14,068 49

1 61

97 09

Hiberni a S avin gs and Loan Soci ety, San Francisct).
Archambault, X a v ie rs____ Tulare . _ . _
________
Barrett, Milton __________
Brady, P. P ______________
Bryson, Mary __________
Buckley, Michael ________
Cardenos, Jen n ie________
Clark, B r id g e t----------------Delaney, Stephen ______
Dunsford, John _________ Howard s t ., bet. Fifth
and Sixth sts., S. F ___
Edwards, Thomas M______
Erieson, August _________
Pry, John Henry_________ East side Mason s t ., near
Pacific s t ., S. F _______
G r a h a m , .T am es

H ogan, Thomas ________
H u gh es,

C h as.

9/ 3/94

$482 85
911 99.
inn m

$478 37

$961 22

ans ns
9*7 O5

590 15
zoo 67

7 / 1/R 4
O /23/R 0

106 26
9ft 14
17 67

961 S5
4Q 07
56 59

457 61
77 91
74 10

2/ 1/89

124 20

167 06

291 26

4/24/89
9/ 5/78
7/24/90

6 89
30 51
90 78

77 71
79 29
110 75

84 60
109 80
201 53

6/12/94
6/22/82
3/16/87
12/21/94

80 88
200 00
70 00
490 62

85
380
102
560

27
78
40
15

166 15
580 78
172 40
1,050 77

41 17
141 05
32 37
135 79
110 00
700 00
100 00
22 65
201 23
86 29
147 91

41 20
698 63
79 45
214 13
143 66
827 93
116 65
58 45
232 44
200 21
582 79

82 37
839 68
111 82
349 92
253 66
1,527 93
216 65
81 10
433 67
286 50
730 70

57 42

63 91

121 33

1 1 / 5 /8 8
1 9 /9 8 /7 7

5/28/90

Kane, Michael ___________

752 Railroad ave., Alameda
____
_______ 9/18/93
Kuster, Anna B __________ Brooklyn, Alameda Co.__ 3/ 4/72
928 Fifteenth s t., S. F ___ 12/30/79
Lynch, Cornelius . . ______
318 Kearny s t., S. F _____ 3/ 3/88
23 Natoma s t ., S. F _____ 4/29/89
Portland, Ore. _________
1/ 6/91
McCauley, Stephen ______ 416 Tehama s t ., S. F .___ 2/27/91
117 Drumm st., S. F ____ 3/27/79
McTimpeny, J o h n ______
12 Jackson s t., S. F _____ 5/21/91
3/ 8/86
Point R e y e s_____________
O ’ N e ill, A n n ,
18 Clara st., S. F. _____ 7/23/74
Pacific Coast Quarrymen’s
Protective Union _______ Penryn _____ ___ _______ 3/ 6/98




501

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.
D E P O S IT S U N C LA IM E D F O R M ORE T H A N T W E N T Y Y E A R S — C ontinued.
H ibernia S avin gs and Loan S ociety , San F ra n cisco— C ontinued.
L ast know n pla ce o f residence
o r post-office address

Nam e

Gaillard Hotel,

Pradel, H . _____________

S . F . ____

9 . Turk st., 8. P.
.9
SIS B r y a n t - s t . , S . P .

Silvera, Manuel L ------------- 116 Jackson st., S. F _____
Sullivan, E lle n ___________ Broadway and Sansome
st., S. P _______________

D ate

A m ount

1/18/94
7/21/90
11/ 3/87
6/ 2/88
11/29/71

$67 20
171 45
35 00
1 0 00
0
199 93

Interest
due

$69 00
208 54
50 17
138 84
1,040 21

T otal of
deposit and
interest

$136 20
379 99
85.17
238 84
1,240 14

151 32

154 84

306 16

$4,680 42

$8,047 23

$12,727 65

1/31/94

H u m boldt S avin gs Bank, San F ra n cisco.
$83 76

610 Pine at., S. P ______________ $83 76

Muller, Heinrich —

S e cu rity S avings Bank, San F rancisco.
San Prancisco _____
San Prancisco _____
San Prancisco _____
San Prancisco _____
San Prancisco _____
San Prancisco _____
Scarsville__________
San Prancisco _____
San P rancisco_____
Alameda __________
Oakland ___________
San F ra n cisco_____
Plainsburg ________
Panamint _________
San P rancisco_____
San P rancisco_____
Camp Apache, Ariz..
San Prancisco______
San Prancisco _____
San Prancisco _____
San Francisco _____
San Prancisco _____
San Prancisco
San Prancisco

12/14/91
3/ 1/84
6/27/77
3/21/87
1/11/78
7/21/94
4/ 6/94
6/14/83
10/14/75
12/24/73
1/ 3/93
6/10/90
5/ 6/74
5/23/76
6/28/93
10/26/76
12/12/93
5/ 3/87
10/13/88
4/16/94
2/23/87
3/22/88

$7 55
15 00
1 61
2,518 00
5 00
3 56
39 86

4/27/91
3/26/94

$16 24
30 34
4 31
4,545 89
17 63
3 41
40 41
2 64
12 45
173 30
1 22
151 21
18 39
43 20
15 11
27 00
8 13
6
1 22
2
11 84
4 90
1 32

$23 79
45 34
5 92
7,063 89
22 63
6 97
80 27
2 64
13 48
213 30
2 69
256 21
2 37
1
48 48
1 86
19 66
37 00
133 37
18 77
16 09
7 93
2 52

25 00
145 71

33 33
179 83

58 33
325 54

$2,994 87

Anderson, Valdemar _____
Oanfleld, J. .W----------------Carrell, Anne O__________
Cooke, Christina_________
Cressy, E. P _____________
de Ramcrez, C. P ._______
Edmunds, Evan ________ _
Parnfield, Josephine _____
Hales, H e n r y ____________
Hill, A n a ise_____________ _
Livsey, J. W .____________
Mager, Leonard _________
Millar, James ___________
Miller, Jos. A ____________
Mudge, G. B _____________
Nixon, Wm. _____________
O’ Dea, Martin ___________
Prince, John H __________
Reynolds. Eva A _______ —
Robinson, Mrs. M. M. D —
Schultze, Kate G__________
Stoddart, A . E . and A. C.
Toland, Tillie F ., trustee
for Wm. G. Toland_____
Torjesen, Christian ______

$5,433 18

$8,428 05

$5 02

$11 37

$ 02
1
1 12
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00

$0 43
52
52
55
55
53

$1 45
1 64
1 52
1 56
1 55
1 53

$ 14
6

$3 10

$9 24

1 03
40 00
1 47
105 00
2 98
5 28
1 00
4 55
10 00
47 24
6 55
4 25
3 03
1 20

8
6

S avings, San Jose
Miner, Lor an ------------------- Unknown

11/24/90
Company

Aldrich, L. S..^-------Allen, G. D .________
Avila, Alegandero ___
McPherson, Vincent
McPherson, Lucenda
Murrell, Cleveland J.




1/ 1/94
2/29/92
1/26/92
5/23/90
5/23/90
3/18/92

$ 35
6
S anta

Ina.

502

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.
D E P O S IT S U N C L A IM E D F O R M O R E T H A N T W E N T Y Y E A R S — Continued.
Last known place of residence
or post-offlce address

Name

D ate

Interest
due

A m ount

T otal o f
deposit and
Interest

Santa C ruz B ank of Savings and Loan, Santa Cruz.
Santa Cruz

Mathews, W . M,

4/18/72

$100 00

$388 29

$488 29

$3 00

$5 36

$ 36
8

$50 05
2 60
2 00

$41 36
2 24
1 14

$91 41
4 84
3 14

$54 65

$44 74

$99 39

Th e Stockton Savings and Loan Society, Stockton.
Dyer, Mrs. Elizabeth E .—

Unknown

7/16/87

V alle jo Com m ercial B ank, V a lle jo .
Hatheway, A . L ., trustee
fo r N. Hatheway------------ Vallejo
Yan Blake, Geo. and E .._ Vallejo
W ood, Mrs. Florence C ___ Vallejo

12/11/94
3/ 3/93
1/12/94

T h e F a rm ers B ank of W h ea tlan d , W h ea tlan d .
Austin, H . A ..
Bitters, A. . . .
Hurd, Geo. . . .
Nolan, Patrick

Browns Valley
Wheatland _
_
Wheatland ___
Wheatland _
_

1894
1891
1891
1891

$3 35
31 20
47 40
35 80

—

$117 75

$3 35
31 20
47 40
35 80
$117 75

B ank of W oodland, W oodland.
Hancock, E. A ., adminis­
trator _________________
Nelson, Ola __________ . . . .
Nelson, Ola ______________
Nelson, Ola ______________
Nelson, Ola ______________
Nelson, Ola _____________ _
Pierce, C. H ._ .._________

Colusa ______
W o o d la n d ___
W o o d la n d ___
W o o d la n d ___
W o o d la n d ___
Woodland __
Medford, Ore.

1/ 2/89
3/ 1/90
6/12/90
3/13/91
5/ 7/89
3/31/94
6/ 6/92

$75 18

$75 18

1 0 00
0
2 0 00
1
2 0 00
1
2 0 00
0

1 0 00
0
2 0 00
1
2 0 00
1
2 0 00
0

70 08
51 50
$916 76

70 08
51 50

—

$916 76

D eposit

Interest

T otal

$17,467 44

$23,944 95

$41,412 39

Total amount o f deposits unclaimed fo r more than twenty




503

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

N E W BAN KS A U T H O R IZE D .
Ju ly 1, 1914, to June 30, 1915.
Nam e

L ocation

In corp o­
rated

P erm is­
sion

American State Bank___ ______________
Citizens Commercial and Savings Bank

Brawley _______

6/24/14

7/28/14

7/31/14

8/20/14
Willits Commercial Bank_______ _______ Willits ___ ___ 8/22/14
L in c o ln
5/ 5/14
S a n C a h r ie l
9/25/14
State Bank o f Owensmouth______ ____ Owensmouth ___ 10/ 1/14
Culver City Commercial and Savings
C u lv e r C it y
12/24/14
Antelope Valley Bank___________________
619
Lancaster ____ • 5/10/15
_

9/12/14
9/17/14
9/29/14
9/30/14
10/30/14

9/12/14
11/16/14
10/14/14
.1/18/15
11/ 9/14

12/30/14
5/24/15

1/11/15
5/24/15

No.

612
613

S a n ta

614
615
616
617
618

Ana

Opened

B R A N C H O F F IC E S A U T H O R IZ E D .

Ju ly 1, 1914, to June 30, 1915.
No.

559A
38A
43C
441D

Lassen Industrial Bank_________________
Portuguese American Bank______________
Anglo California Trust Company______
Heilman Commercial Trust and Savings
Bank _________________________________
American State Bank___________________
Central Savings Bank__________________
First Savings Bank o f Oakland-------------The San Bernardino County Savings
Bank _________________________________
The San Bernardino County Savings
Bank _________________________________
First Savings Bank o f Shasta County___
The Oakland Bank o f Savings__________
Bank o f Italy___________________________
Bank o f Italy___________________________
Bank o f Lassen County_________________
Producers Savings Bank_________________
Producers Savings Bank________ _____ _
Bank o f Italy___________________________
The Oakland Bank o f Savings__________
Antelope Valley Bank___________________
Petaluma Savings Bank_________________

612A
159B
432A
265A
265B
534B
46A
25J
25K
181A
173B
173C
25L
46B
619A
53A

In corp o­
rated

P erm is­
sion

Opened

B ieber_______
Oakland ____
San Francisco

7/ 3/14
9/ 5/14
9/17/14

9/15/14
12/ 1/14
2/20/15

Los Angeles ..
Calipatria ___
Oakland ____
Oakland ____

10/ 7/14
11/ 7/14
11/30/14
12/31/14

10/13/14
11/10/14
11/30/14
12/31/14

Colton

1/18/15

2/ 1/15

Rialto _____
Anderson . . .
Oakland ___
Los Angeles
Los Angeles
Standish___
Maricopa
Wasco _____
Los Angeles
Berkeley ___
Palmdale . . .
Petaluma ..

1/18/15
2/ 5/15
1/28/15
2/19/15
2/19/15
4/ 7/15
4/17/15
4/17/15
4/20/15
5/19/15
5/24/15
6/ 8/15

2/ 1/15
2/ 5/15
2/10/15

Nam e

L oca tion

5/10/15
8/30/15
4/19/15
4/19/15
5/10/15
5/19/15
8/30/15
6/12/15

•Never opened; certificate canceled April 20, 1915.
B A N K S A U T H O R IZ E D T O

M A K E C O L L E C T IO N

O F S A V IN G S

F R O M T H E S C H O O L C H IL D R E N .

Ju ly 1, 1914, to June 30, 1915.
Name

No.

182

Farmers

418

Bank

and

Location

School district

A p p li­

cation

Merchants
6/26/14

of

Commerce

and
San

373
450
489
522
529

D ie g o

Citizens Savings Bank o f
Homestead Savings Bank. Berkeley ___ .
Sacramento Valley Bank
and Trust C o.......... .......... Sacramento ___
Richmond Savings B an k ... Richmond .........
T tin n h a

S a v in g s

Permis­
sion

Bank




7/ 2/14

Coronado public schools

7/ 9/14

7/22/14

Alameda public schools..
Berkeley public schools..

7/ 8/14
8/ 6/14

7/24/14
8/ 7/14

Sacramento public schools
Richmond Union High
School _______________
Public schools o f city
o f Dinuba _________

7/28/14

10/10/14

4/15/15

4/20/15

4/14/15

5/10/15

504

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

O F F IC E R S A N D

E M P L O Y E E S O F S T A T E B A N K IN G

D E P A R T M E N T , J U N E , 1915.

Capacity

Nam e

Superintendent o f

$10,000 per annum
3,000 per annum
4,800 per annum
300 per month
A s s is t a n t
225 per month
225 per month
2C0 per month
. 2C0 per month
150 per month
150 per month
1 0per month
1
Assistant _____________________________
1 C per month
1
A s s is t a n t
ICO per month
ICO per month
A s s is t a n t
60 per month
60 per month
60 per month
35 per month
Examiner __________ ________ ______
250 per month
E x a m in e r
250 per month
E x a m in e r
250 per month
E x a m in e r
2 C per month
C
2 0 per month
0
2 0 per month
0
E x a m in e r
2 0per month
0
E x a m in e r
.............
2 0per month
0
2 0per month
0
E x a m in e r
2 0per month
0
2 0per month
0
E x a m in e r
150 per month
C h ie f d e p u ty
A ttorn ey

C

H

M ead

E . P . Bequette_____

___________

Geo. Scham m el_____ _______
G.

W

E llis

A . T$. J a c o b y . . . . . . .
H

E

G ox

Special

_____

Salary

Banks_____________
.................... . .

D ep uty Superintendent of Banks Assisting in th e Liquid ation
(R em u n era tion paid b y banks in liqu idation .)
Geo. M. M itchell.

of

Banks.

R E C E IP T S A N D E X P E N D IT U R E S .

F o r th e S ix ty -s ix th Fiscal Y e a r, J u ly 1, 1914, to June 30, 1915.
Beceipts.
Expenditures
Balance fo r sixty-fifth fiscal year__ $18,525 96
Departmental expenses, sixty-sixth
Funds collected fo r the purpose o f
fiscal year _______________________ $93,016 59
meeting the expense o f the conduct
Balance June 30, 1915_______________
19,662 46
o f the State Banking Department
fo r the current fiscal year," under
the provisions o f section 123 o f
the Bank Act____________________ 87,500 C
O
Certificate fees _____________________
2,4C0C
O
Sundries ___________________________
4,25309




$112,679 €5

$112,679 05

505

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

M ISCELLANEOUS CH AN G E S IN BANKS.
Ju ly 1, 1914, to June 30, 1915.
322.

B a n k

543.
362.

B a n k

o f

A n d e rs o n ,

Sold to T h e

A n d e rs o n .

F ir s t Savings B a n k

of

S h asta

C ou n ty, F ebruary 3, 1 9 1 5 .
B a n k

o f D a n ie l M e y e r ,
o f

H u n t in g t o n

S a n

F r a n c is c o .

P a rk ,

H u n t in g t o

V olu n ta rily closed N ovem ber 1 2, 1 9 1 4 .
n
P a rk .
A dded savings d epartm ent

A u g u st 2 9 , 1 9 1 4 .
2 5J .

o f f ic e ,
3 6 5
N o rth
M a in
s tre e t,
L o s
A n g e le s .
N ever
Certificate canceled A p r il 2 0 , 1 91 5 .
Added savings departm ent A p r il 2 8 , 1 9 1 5 .
a n k
o f L a n c a ste r, L a n c a ste r.
E x tin c t by consolidation w ith F arm ers and
M erchants B a n k of L ancaster, creating A ntelope V a lley B a n k , L an caster,
M ay 24, 1915.
a n k
o f O c e a n s id e ,
O c e a n s id e .
Sold to F ir s t N a tio n al B a n k of Oceanside,
Decem ber 14, 1 9 1 5 .

B a n k

o f

It a ly ,

b ra n c h

opened for business.

1 66 .
564.

B

100.

B

124.

“B

124.
9 2.
556.
296.
596.
300.
335.

335.
574.

432.
432.
401.
376.
376.

441b .

B a n k

a n k

450.

229.
1 6.
16.
226.

226.
85.
173.
596.
513.
410.

L e m o o re ,

o f

E .

L e m o o re .

C o o ke

S m

it h

o f

P a c if ic

G ro v e .

C a lif o r n ia ,

T h e , ” P a c if ic

G ro v e .

Changed nam e to “ T h e B a n k o f E . Cooke S m ith ,” June 1 2, 191 5 .
“ B a n k
o f E .
C oo ke
S m it h ,
T h e ,”
P a c if ic
G ro v e .
Changed nam e from “ T he
B a n k of E . Ceoke Sm ith o f Pacific Grove, C a lifo rn ia ,” June 1 2 , 1 91 5 .
B a n k
o f V a c a v ille , V a c a v ille .
Added savings departm ent M a y 24, 1915.
B a n k
o f
W a sc o ,
W a sc o .
Sold to Producers Savings B a n k , Bakersfield,
A p r il 17, 191 5 .
B a n k
o f W illit s ,
W illit s .
Added savings departm ent J u ly 3 0 , 191 4 .
B lo c h m a n
C o m m e r c ia l
a nd
S a v in g s
B a n k ,
S a n
D ie g o .
Changed nam e to
Security Com m ercial and Savings B a n k of S an D iego, A u g u st 5, 1 9 1 4 .
C it iz e n s B a n k
o f V is a lia , V is a lia .
V olu n ta rily closed M a y 2 7 , 1 9 1 5 .
C ro w n
C it y S a v in g s a n d T r u s t
C o m p a n y, P a sa d e n a .
Added tru st departm ent
A u g u st 8, 1 9 1 4 .
Changed nam e to Crow n C ity T r u s t and S avin gs B an k,
Novem ber 18, 1 9 1 4 .
C ro w n
C it y
T r u s t a n d S a v in g s B a n k , P a s a d e n a .
C hanged nam e from C row n
C ity Savings and T r u s t Com pany, N ovem ber 1 8, 1 9 1 4 .
F a r m e rs a n d M e rc h a n ts B a n k o f L a n c a s te r, L a n c a s te r.
E x tin c t by consolida­
tion w ith B a n k o f L ancaster, creating A ntelope V a lle y B a n k , L ancaster,
M a y 2 4 , 191 5 .
F ir s t
S a v in g s
B a n k
o f O a k la n d ,
O a k la n d .
Changed nam e from F ir s t T r u s t
and Savings B a n k, A u g u st 2 1, 1 9 1 4 .
F ir s t
T r u s t
a nd
S a v in g s
B a n k ,
O a k la n d .
Changed nam e to F ir s t S avings
B a n k of O akland, A u g u st 2 1, 1 9 1 4 .
H a r b o r B a n k , O a k la n d .
Changed nam e to W e ste r n Com m ercial and S avings
B a n k o f O akland, J an u ary 7, 1 9 1 5 .
H a rb o r
C it y
S a v in g s
B a n k ,
o f
S a n
P e d ro .
S a n
P e d ro .
Changed nam e to
“ H a rb o r C ity Savings B a n k ,” D ecem ber 2 1 . 1 9 1 4 .
“ H a r b o r C it y S a v in g s B a n k , ” S a n P e d ro .
Changed nam e from H a rb o r C ity
Savings B ank o f San Pedro, San Pedro, Decem ber 2 1 , 1 91 4 .
H e ilm a n

C o m m e r c ia l

T r u s t

a nd

S a v in g s

B a n k ,

b ra n c h

o f f ic e ,

S o u th

B ro a d w a y ,

V olu n ta rily closed October 13, 1 91 4 .
H o m e ste a d
B a n k ,
B e r k e le y .
Changed nam e from H om estead S avings B a n k ,
N ovem ber 24, 1 9 1 4 .
H o m e s t e a d S a v in g s B a n k , B e r k e le y .
Added com m ercial departm ent O ctober 9,
1914.
Changed name to H om estead B a n k , N ovem ber 2 4 , 191 4 .
L o n g
B e a c h
S a v in g s
B a n k
a nd
T r u s t
C o m p a n y, L o s
A n g e le s .
Added tru st
departm ent N ovem ber 7, 1 9 1 4 .
M a r in e B a n k , S a n F r a n c is c o .
Changed nam e from M arin e T ru s t and Savings
B a n k, D ecem ber 2, 1 9 1 4 .
M a r in e
T r u s t
a nd
S a v in g s B a n k ,
S a n
F r a n c is c o .
Changed nam e to M arine
B an k, Decem ber 2, 191 4 .
P a sa d e n a
S a v in g s
a nd
T r u s t
C o m p a n y , P a sa d e n a .
Added trust d epartm ent
J u ly 3, 1 9 1 4 .
Changed nam e to P asadena T r u s t and S avings B a n k , J a n ­
uary 11, 1 9 1 5 .
P a s a d e n a T r u s t a n d S a v in g s B a n k , P a s a d e n a .
Changed nam e from P asadena
Savings and T r u s t C om pany, Ja n u ary 1 1 , 1 91 5 .
P e o p le s
S a v in g s
B a n k ,
S a c ra m e n to .
Added com m ercial departm ent F ebru­
ary 8, 1 9 1 5 .
P r o d u c e r s S a v in g s B a n k , B a k e r s f ie ld .
A dded com m ercial d epartm ent A p ril 15,
191 5 .
S e c u r it y
C o m m e r c ia l
a nd
S a v in g s
B a n k ,
S a n
D ie g o .
Changed nam e from
B lochm an Com m ercial & Savings B a n k , A u g u st 5, 1 9 1 4 .
S e c u r it y
T r u s t
C o m p a n y,
B a k e r s f ie ld .
Added trust d epartm ent M arc h 1 5,
1 91 5 .
S o u th e rn
T r u s t
a nd
S a v in g s
B a n k ,
S a n
D ie g o .
Added tru st departm ent,
Novem ber 2 , 1 9 1 4 .
L o s

450.

o f

A n g e le s .




506
294.
392.

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Added savings d epartm ent M a y 1, 1 91 5 .
N ationalized under the name of T h e
F ir s t N a tio n al B a n k o f N ew port B each , F ebru ary 11, 191 5 .
379.
S ta te
B a n k
o f P o m o n a ,
P o m o n a .
Added savings departm ent M a y 2 4, 1 9 1 5 .
3 7 9 a . S t a t e B a n k o f P o m o n a , b r a n c h o f f ic e a t L o r d s b u r g .
V o lu n ta rily closed J a n ­
u ary 1 5 , 1 9 1 5 .
278.
S t ir lin g
C it y
B a n k .
T h e , S t ir lin g
C it y .
Sold to the F ir s t N a tio n a l B a n k of
C hico, M arch 9, 1 9 1 5 .
50.
U n io n
S a v in g s B a n k , O a k la n d .
Sold com m ercial departm ent to C entral N a ­
tional B a n k, O akland, Novem ber 2 8, 1 9 1 4 .
Sold savings d epartm ent to
C en tral Savings B a n k , O akland, N ovem ber 2 8 , 1 9 1 4 .
233.
U n iv e r s it y
S a v in g s B a n k , B e r k e le y .
Sold to T h e O akland B a n k o f Savings,
M ay 19, 1915.
401.
W e ste rn
C o m m e r c ia l a n d S a v in g s B a n k o f O a k la n d , O a k la n d .
C hanged nam e
fro m H a rb o r B a n k , J a n u ary 7, 1 9 1 5 .
259.
W e st
O a k la n d
B a n k ,
O a k la n d .
Sold to F ir s t Savings B a n k o f O akland,
Decem ber 3 1 , 1 9 1 4 .
163.
Y o lo
C o u n ty
S a v in g s
B a n k ,
W o o d la n d .
Added com m ercial departm ent S ep ­
tem ber 2 9 , 1 9 1 4 .
S ta te

B a n k

o f D u n s m

S ta te

B a n k

o f

u ir ,

N e w p o rt,




D u n s m u ir .

N e w p o rt

B e a c h .

1 3 5 8 9 -1 1 -5 -1 4 — 2,000

STATE BANKING DEPARTMENT OF CALIFORNIA
OFFICE OF SUPERINTENDENT, 704 POSTAL TELEGRAPH

BUILDING, SAN FRANCISCO.

Abstract o f the Report of Condition of 475 State banks and 82 branch offices, as o f September 24, 1914, comprising the reports of 135 commercial banks, 136 savings banks, 7 trust companies, and 197 departmental banks; compared with totals as shown by the Report of Condition of June 30, 1914.

LO ANS A N D
Num ber of
B ank* and
Branches

S A N F R A N C IS C O -

2 8 banks
1 7 branches

Overdrafts
Secured by
Real Estate

C om m ercial.
S avin gs_____
T r u s t________
T o t a l.

LOS A N G E L E S .

2 2 banks
1 5 branches

Com m ercialS avin gs—
T r u s t ________
T o t a l.

OAKLAND-

1 3 banks
3 branches

C om m ercial____
S avin gs_________
T r u s t-----------------T o t a l.

STATE

(excluding above) —

4 1 2 banks
4 7 branches

Com m ercialS avin gs_____
T r u s t________
T o ta l______________

STATE

(a s a w h o le ).

4 7 5 banks
8 2 branches

C om m ercial____
S avin gs______
T r u s t________
G rand T o t a l_______

R ep ort o f J u n e 3 0 , 1914




D IS C O U N T S

Secured by
Stocks and Bonds

Secured by
Other Collateral

A ll Other Loans
U nseeured

Bonds and Other
Securities (in c lu d ­
ing Prem ium thereon
less a ll offsetting
bond adjustm ent
aooounts)

$ 2 ,5 0 6 ,9 9 1 .7 1
1 3 2 ,7 0 5 ,4 8 2 .2 5
3 0 6 ,8 5 0 .0 0

$ 9 ,1 9 0 ,3 9 5 .0 2
7 ,0 6 3 ,4 8 4 .4 4
4 ,9 4 2 .5 0

$ 2 ,0 0 5 ,6 0 6 .8 0
3 0 5 ,3 6 2 .5 9

$ 1 9 ,4 5 2 ,1 9 8 .6 0

$ 3 3 2 ,5 5 9 .7 6

$ 6 ,6 5 3 ,2 0 4 .2 8
5 2 ,2 1 9 ,1 6 6 .3 1
1 ,3 6 2 ,6 6 5 .6 5

$ 1 3 5 ,5 1 9 ,3 2 3 .9 6

$ 1 6 ,2 5 8 ,8 2 1 .9 6

$ 2 ,3 1 0 ,9 6 9 .3 9

$ 1 9 ,4 5 2 ,1 9 8 .6 0

$ 3 3 2 ,5 5 9 .7 6

$ 6 0 ,2 3 5 ,0 8 6 .2 4

$ 7 6 5 ,7 1 2 .0 4
5 9 ,8 3 3 ,1 8 1 .5 1
1 ,2 5 9 ,1 2 8 .7 7

$ 4 ,9 2 5 ,8 0 5 .0 6
4 ,3 7 5 ,0 6 3 .0 7
1 5 ,3 4 5 .5 0

$ 4 4 9 ,5 3 6 .7 1
8 3 9 ,8 6 6 .3 8

$ 8 ,3 7 3 ,9 6 5 .2 4

$ 2 2 ,0 1 4 .7 8

$ 2 ,5 2 1 ,8 5 8 .4 2
1 0 ,2 5 9 ,3 7 4 .4 5
1 ,3 2 1 ,1 6 8 .3 2

$ 6 1 ,8 5 8 ,0 2 2 .3 2

$ 9 ,3 1 6 ,2 1 3 .6 3

$ 1 ,2 8 9 ,4 0 3 .0 9

$ 8 ,3 7 3 ,9 6 5 .2 4

$ 2 2 ,0 1 4 .7 8

$ 1 4 ,1 0 2 ,4 0 1 .1 9

$ 5 9 7 ,1 0 6 .5 4
2 7 ,0 3 3 ,9 3 6 .3 2
$ 2 7 ,6 3 1 ,0 4 2 .8 6
$ 1 1 ,6 1 7 ,3 8 6 .0 8
1 0 8 ,2 9 7 ,0 3 7 .6 2
1 ,05 1 ,9 8 2 .9 4
$ 1 2 0 ,9 6 6 ,4 0 6 .6 4
$ 1 5 ,4 8 7 ,1 9 6 .3 7
3 2 7 ,8 6 9 ,6 3 7 .7 0
2 ,6 1 7 ,9 6 1 .7 1

$ 8 2 3 ,0 0 8 .3 1
9 0 8 ,7 0 0 .1 3
$ 1 ,7 3 1 ,7 0 8 .4 4
$ 5 ,1 8 0 ,6 7 4 .3 7
6 ,0 9 1 ,7 6 4 .2 2

$ 5 6 ,5 7 8 .2 5
7 ,8 0 3 .1 4
$ 6 4 ,3 8 1 .3 9
$ 3 ,8 8 9 ,1 8 4 .2 7
8 1 2 ,0 9 3 .5 9

$ 1 1 ,2 7 2 ,4 3 8 .5 9

$ 4 ,7 0 1 ,2 7 7 .8 6

$ 2 0 ,1 1 9 ,8 8 2 .7 6
1 8 ,4 3 9 ,0 1 1 .8 6
2 0 ,2 8 8 .0 0

$ 6 ,4 0 0 ,9 0 6 .0 3
1 ,9 6 5 ,1 2 5 .7 0

$ 3 4 5 ,9 7 4 ,7 9 5 .7 8

$ 3 8 ,5 7 9 ,1 8 2 .6 2

$ 8 ,3 6 6 ,0 3 1 .7 3

$ 3 4 6 ,4 0 4 ,6 8 3 .0 2

$ 3 8 ,2 5 3 ,0 6 1 .1 5

$ 9 ,1 8 1 ,8 6 1 .9 5

$ 2 ,0 3 2 ,9 9 5 .1 7

$ 2 ,0 3 2 ,9 9 5 .1 7
$ 4 3 ,8 2 6 ,7 0 2 .1 9

$ 9 ,3 5 8 .6 0

$ 9 ,3 5 8 .6 0
$ 2 6 5 ,9 0 0 .5 5

$ 1 ,2 5 0 ,0 5 9 .0 2
7 ,3 0 3 ,3 3 4 .6 5
2 4 8 ,5 1 4 .5 9
$ 8 ,8 0 1 ,9 0 8 .2 6
$ 1 1 ,9 0 9 ,7 6 5 .1 2
1 9 ,9 4 0 ,3 3 8 .7 1
2 4 4 ,1 0 5 .5 6

ACTUAL
Bank Premises,
Furniture
and Fixtures,
Safe Deposit V aults

$ 3 ,2 4 5 ,1 5 9 .1 0
6 ,8 0 9 ,9 1 0 .6 7
1 ,1 8 5 ,3 6 0 .5 5

Other
Real Estate Owned

C AS H

ON

HAND
Exchanges for
Clearing House

Due from Banks
Specie

Other
Law ful Money

Cheeks and
Other Cash Items

Other Resources

Other Currency

Personal Assets
Received from
Executors, A dm inis­
trators, Assignees,
Receivers or Trustees

T R U S T S IN V E S T E D U N D E R O R D E R
O F C O U R T OR IN A C C O R D A N C E
W IT H P R O V IS IO N S OF T R U S T
Personal Property

$ 8 9 ,9 2 3 .1 3

$ 3 0 6 ,0 9 2 .2 8

$ 1 4 ,1 3 5 ,2 7 8 .9 1

$ 1 6 ,4 6 3 ,5 5 0 .0 0

$ 1 1 ,4 1 6 ,5 4 0 .0 6

$ 4 ,3 7 0 ,0 1 7 .9 9

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 .0 0

$ 7 ,6 6 1 ,0 9 5 .5 9

$ 2 3 8 ,5 0 8 ,7 4 1 .3 0

$ 3 ,4 2 2 ,0 1 7 .4 1

$ 2 1 6 ,2 7 6 .8 4

$ 3 ,3 5 9 ,3 1 2 .3 2

$ 8 9 ,9 2 3 .1 3

$ 3 0 6 ,0 9 2 .2 8

$ 1 4 ,1 3 5 ,2 7 8 .9 1

$ 1 ,2 6 6 ,7 4 6 .4 0
2 ,3 0 5 ,5 9 3 .6 0
4 0 5 ,5 0 0 .0 0

$ 9 0 4 ,6 5 0 .5 8
1 ,3 5 7 ,2 0 2 .7 3
3 6 5 ,1 1 3 .0 7

$ 6 6 2 ,0 5 1 .8 3

$ 1 8 ,1 9 9 ,4 6 0 .1 0
7 8 ,8 6 4 ,4 5 0 .3 0

$ 8 4 6 ,5 3 9 .5 5
1 ,5 7 0 ,2 6 5 .6 5

$ 1 5 9 ,3 4 8 .0 0
1 9 1 ,1 8 0 .5 4

,1 1 0 ,5 1 6 .2 5

$ 3 ,1 0 7 ,1 7 5 .0 0
3 ,9 7 5 ,7 2 5 .0 0
2 ,0 5 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0

$ 6 5 ,0 0 0 .0 0

$ 6 ,4 8 6 ,9 1 3 .2 7

$ 2 5 ,8 3 2 ,9 5 0 .2 4
8 8 ,2 8 9 ,5 5 3 .1 2
1 8 ,3 7 5 ,2 9 0 .5 4

$ 1 2 1 ,9 7 8 .7 8
2 5 ,1 3 5 .3 0
1 7 ,8 7 9 .7 9

$ 1 5 ,5 3 6 ,7 9 7 .6 8

$ 6 ,4 8 6 ,9 1 3 .2 7

,1 1 0 ,5 1 6 .2 5

$ 1 3 1 ,9 9 7 ,7 9 3 .9 0

$ 9 ,1 3 2 ,9 0 0 .0 0

$ 3 ,9 7 7 ,8 4 0 .0 0

$ 2 ,6 2 6 ,9 6 6 .3 8

$ 6 5 ,0 0 0 .0 0

$ 6 6 2 ,0 5 1 .8 3

$ 9 7 ,0 6 3 ,9 1 0 .4 0

$ 2 ,4 1 6 ,8 0 5 .2 0

$ 3 5 0 ,5 2 8 .5 4

$ 1 6 4 ,9 9 3 .8 7

$ 1 5 ,5 3 6 ,7 9 7 .6 8

$ 1 ,0 0 2 ,3 2 0 .0 0
2 ,2 9 9 ,0 2 0 .0 0

$ 8 6 5 ,5 0 7 .0 0
1 ,0 6 8 ,5 1 7 .1 5
5 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0

$ 1 7 5 ,0 0 0 .0 0

$ 3 0 9 ,0 0 2 .8 9

$ 4 ,1 4 7 ,7 1 7 .1 9
3 6 ,3 9 9 ,2 0 4 .2 6

$ 3 5 7 ,3 2 8 .9 5
1 ,0 4 1 ,1 0 0 .0 0

$ 9 2 ,2 5 5 .0 0
8 8 ,8 5 0 .0 0

$ 4 0 8 .0 9
2 7 ,1 6 1 .3 6

$ 7 9 4 ,1 2 8 .0 8

$ 3 2 4 ,5 3 1 .4 2

$ 2 ,4 6 2 ,2 4 0 .4 0

$ 3 0 6 ,0 9 2 .2 8

$ 1 0 ,4 1 8 ,7 5 2 .1 1

$ 8 1 0 ,3 6 1 .7 7
2 ,6 0 2 ,4 7 1 .6 0

$ 2 7 ,4 3 8 .4 6
5 4 5 ,2 7 0 .4 2

$ 3 ,8 1 5 ,6 3 7 .5 9
5 ,9 5 5 ,4 3 9 .5 2
1 ,1 2 4 ,2 1 5 .7 1

$ 1 ,7 2 0 ,6 2 6 .7 0
3 ,19 9 ,1 3 7 .3 4
4 ,0 7 3 .9 7

$ 4 5 0 ,1 7 5 .0 0
3 4 8 ,7 2 3 .0 0
2 7 0 .0 0

$ 5 5 8 ,2 6 5 .0 0
2 0 1 ,4 8 9 .0 0
3 8 5 .0 0

$ 5 3 3 ,1 6 4 .3 9
8 2 ,3 9 5 .0 6
1 2 ,2 2 8 .0 3

$ 4 8 ,9 7 2 .4 2
1 3 ,9 6 1 .5 1
2 ,0 4 5 .9 1

$ 3 0 9 ,4 1 6 .6 6
3 3 ,1 8 0 .2 6
3 8 ,9 9 9 .8 1

$ 3 ,4 1 2 ,8 3 3 .3 7

$ 5 7 2 ,7 0 8 .8 8

$ 1 0 ,8 9 5 ,2 9 2 .8 2

$ 4 ,9 2 3 ,8 3 8 .0 1

$ 7 9 9 ,1 6 8 .0 0

$ 7 6 0 ,1 3 9 .0 0

$ 6 2 7 ,7 8 7 .4 8

6 4 ,9 7 9 .8 4

$ 3 8 1 ,5 9 6 .7 3

p4,5 7 2 ,9 4 4 .5 1
4 ,7 4 1 ,7 6 3 .2 0
1 2 ,5 8 7 .8 1

$ 5 5 1 ,8 6 2 .5 9
7 3 3 ,2 4 5 .6 9

12 , 000.00

$ 1 3 ,9 5 3 ,9 1 0 .9 4
9 ,0 2 6 ,4 2 4 .1 1
2 0 4 ,5 7 9 .0 6

$ 3 7 ,9 7 5 .4 7
2 5 5 .0 4
$ 3 6 ,8 4 5 .5 0

$ 6 ,1 8 0 ,6 0 3 .6 3
3 ,7 5 1 ,6 4 4 .8 6
1 ,8 9 1 .6 2

$ 6 7 ,5 7 3 .0 0
$ 5 3 1 ,8 0 5 .7 0
3 0 0 ,8 0 6 .0 0

$ 9 4 ,6 9 8 .0 0
$ 4 3 1 ,3 1 7 .8 3
1 2 1 ,6 1 0 .0 0
2 2 5 .0 0

$ 9 2 ,3 5 0 .5 5
$ 2 7 9 ,0 0 3 .7 9
5 4 ,0 4 3 .1 2

$ 4 9 ,0 4 2 .5 6
$ 2 7 5 ,5 8 0 .3 7
1 6 ,2 4 5 .0 5
1 ,6 5 6 .7 5

$ 3 8 ,2 3 0 .5 1
$ 4 1 0 ,0 5 8 .3 5
1 2 2 ,0 5 7 .5 2
2 0 6 .5 1

$ 4 3 ,8 2 6 ,7 0 2 .1 9

$ 2 6 5 ,9 0 0 .5 5

$ 3 2 ,0 9 4 ,2 0 9 .3 9

$ 9 ,3 2 7 ,2 9 5 .5 2

$ 1 ,2 9 7 ,1 0 8 .2 8

$ 2 3 ,1 8 4 ,9 1 4 .1 1

),9 3 4 ,1 4 0 .1 1

$ 8 3 2 ,6 1 1 .7 0

$ 5 5 3 ,1 5 2 .8 3

$ 3 3 3 ,0 4 6 .9 1

$ 2 9 3 ,4 8 2 .1 7

$ 5 3 2 ,3 2 2 .3 8

$ 7 3 ,6 8 5 ,8 6 1 .2 0

$ 6 2 9 ,8 3 3 .6 9

$ 2 2 ,3 3 4 ,8 8 6 .8 4
8 9 ,7 2 2 ,2 1 4 .1 2
3 ,1 7 6 ,4 5 4 .1 2

$ 9 ,0 3 8 ,7 3 3 .2 3
1 7 ,0 0 9 ,3 6 4 .7 4
1 ,1 9 7 ,9 4 8 .3 6

$ 8 0 4 ,2 7 4 .5 4
4 ,3 0 0 ,6 7 1 .3 9

$ 3 2 ,8 5 0 ,8 8 0 .1 7
2 5 ,2 3 7 ,8 1 1 .0 1
2 ,2 7 3 ,3 7 5 .4 3

$ 1 2 ,7 3 0 ,5 8 0 .4 2
1 1 ,3 2 0 ,4 8 3 .5 7
1 0,8 3 5 .3 1

$ 3 ,0 2 5 ,2 1 6 .7 0
1 ,6 8 3 ,2 0 9 .0 0
2 7 0 .0 0

$ 1 ,3 6 7 ,4 8 8 .8 3
4 5 3 ,1 6 8 .0 0
6 1 0 .0 0

$ 1 ,6 1 9 ,8 1 5 .1 8
2 1 5 ,2 6 9 .8 1
1 2 ,2 2 8 .0 3

$ 6 3 2 ,1 6 6 .1 5
9 6 ,1 6 4 .9 3
3 ,7 0 4 .9 1

$ 2 ,9 1 0 ,6 8 6 .9 3
4 2 3 ,2 5 9 .3 6
8 0 ,4 4 3 .7 3

12,000.00

$ 7 3 ,6 8 5 ,8 6 1 .2 0

$ 6 2 9 ,8 3 3 .6 9

$ 1 1 5 ,2 3 3 ,5 5 5 .0 8

$ 2 7 ,2 4 6 ,0 4 6 .3 3

$ 5 ,1 1 6 ,9 4 5 .9 3

$ 6 0 ,3 6 2 ,0 6 6 .6 1

$ 2 4 ,0 6 1 ,8 9 9 .3 0

$ 4 ,7 0 8 ,6 9 5 .7 0

$ 1 ,8 2 1 ,2 6 6 .8 3

$ 1 ,8 4 7 ,3 1 3 .0 2

$ 7 3 2 ,0 3 5 .9 9

$ 7 1 ,5 7 7 ,7 4 5 .0 5

$ 4 3 6 ,7 7 8 .3 1

$ 1 1 7 ,8 1 1 ,3 1 9 .6 6

$ 2 7 ,0 6 2 ,7 9 5 .3 5

$ 4 ,5 9 8 ,7 1 8 .5 0

$ 6 1 ,8 1 5 ,5 9 7 .1 3

$ 2 3 ,6 9 9 ,7 8 4 .3 4

$ 5 ,7 5 0 ,8 9 0 .7 8

$ 1 ,0 9 8 ,2 7 3 .0 0

$ 3 ,1 0 4 ,8 0 0 .6 4

$ 1 ,7 1 5 ,4 1 2 .2 4

Trusts Held as
Exeeutor, A dm inis­
tra to r, G uardian,
Assignee, Receiver
or Trustee, Under
Order or Deoree
of Any Court

$ 2 9 9 ,9 7 3 ,8 4 5 .8 3

$ 4 1 3 ,2 7 7 .0 0

$ 1 ,3 0 3 ,3 0 9 .6 6

Personal Assets
Reoeived from
Exeoutors, A dm inis­
trators, Assignees,
Reoeivers or Trustees

,1 2 4 ,2 2 4 .7 7

$ 1 0 ,4 1 8 ,7 5 2 .1 1

$ 3 ,0 0 9 ,3 4 3 .0 0

$ 3 ,3 0 8 ,6 4 0 .3 3

Deposits of money
Reeeived from
Executors, A dm inis­
trators, Guardians,
Assignees, Receivers
or Trustees

$ 3 ,1 2 4 ,2 2 4 .7 7

$ 3 0 6 ,0 9 2 .2 8

$ 7 ,9 0 0 ,6 1 1 .5 2

$ 3 4 9 ,0 4 3 .1 0

Other Liab ilities

$ 3 ,1 3 8 ,4 7 7 .9 7
2 1 3 ,8 5 9 .8 9
6 ,9 7 4 .4 6

$ 2 2 ,9 7 3 ,2 1 9 .3 5

$ 3 ,2 6 5 ,4 8 7 .1 2

Postal Savings
Deposits

$ 1 3 3 ,8 3 5 .8 6
8 2 ,4 4 0 .9 8

$ 2 ,8 9 8 ,0 8 5 .6 7

$ 4 7 ,3 8 7 .6 1
1 ,6 5 4 .9 5

State, County and
M unicipal Deposits

$ 2 ,2 1 5 ,0 9 2 .6 5
1 ,2 0 6 ,9 2 4 .7 6

$ 2 ,1 5 3 ,2 3 6 .4 5
2 6 7 ,7 6 6 .5 4
4 1 ,2 3 7 .4 1

$ 7 7 ,1 8 4 .9 0
1 5 ,1 6 5 .6 5

Individua l
Deposits

$ 4 2 ,7 4 1 ,0 9 0 .8 4
1 9 5 ,7 6 7 ,6 5 0 .4 6

$ 2 6 0 ,2 2 5 .7 5
6 4 ,3 0 3 .4 2
2 .2 5

$ 6 0 ,6 0 8 .0 0
3 4 ,0 9 0 .0 0

Deposits Due
to Banks

$ 7 ,6 6 1 ,0 9 5 .5 9

$ 7 3 0 ,4 6 2 .1 0
6 3 ,6 6 5 .9 8

$ 2 1 ,3 3 4 .0 0
4 6 ,2 3 9 .0 0

Notes
Rediscounted

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 .0 0

$ 3 1 7 ,2 9 8 .0 0
9 5 ,9 7 9 .0 0

$ 4 8 5 ,1 1 9 .4 2
8 1 8 ,1 9 0 .2 4

Real Property

B ills Payable
(including C ertifi­
cates of Deposit,
representing money
borrowed)

$ 7 9 6 ,0 8 6 .7 3
3 ,2 5 2 ,2 2 7 .7 1
3 2 1 ,7 0 3 .5 5

$ 2 ,0 2 1 ,9 0 2 .0 0
9 8 7 ,4 4 1 .0 0

$ 1 ,1 0 7 ,2 3 6 .4 3
2 ,1 8 6 ,7 9 8 .3 3
1 4 ,6 0 5 .5 7

Undivided Profits

$ 2 ,2 8 2 ,9 5 2 .4 9
8 ,5 5 8 ,5 8 7 .5 7
5 7 5 ,0 0 0 .0 0

$ 4 ,3 4 4 ,2 3 0 .6 7
3 ,5 5 1 ,5 1 1 .1 3
4 ,8 6 9 .7 2

$ 3 0 ,2 5 6 .8 1
3 1 8 ,7 8 6 .2 9

Surplus

$ 8 ,3 8 8 ,6 5 0 .0 0
5 .8 2 4 ,9 0 0 .0 0
2 ,2 5 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0

$ 1 3 ,9 7 4 ,0 9 5 .2 1
8 ,0 6 9 ,1 4 9 .0 5
9 2 9 ,9 7 5 .0 9

$ 4 1 0 ,2 6 7 .8 5
2 ,8 5 5 ,2 1 9 .2 7

C apital Stock
Paid In

$ 6 7 ,3 8 2 ,2 8 2 .1 3
2 1 4 ,9 0 6 ,5 9 1 .3 7
1 7 ,6 8 4 ,9 7 2 .3 3

$ 1 9 4 ,7 1 6 .6 8
2 ,7 0 3 ,3 6 8 .9 9

$ 1 1 ,2 4 0 ,4 3 0 .3 2 |

Tota l Resources
and L iab ilities

$ 3 6 ,8 4 5 .5 0

$ 8 ,3 1 2 .8 0
$ 8 ,3 1 2 .8 0

$ 4 6 6 ,7 6 2 .8 7

$ 8 ,5 0 0 .0 0

$ 7 ,0 4 6 ,4 7 6 .3 8
4 1 ,5 3 0 ,1 7 3 .0 1
7 7 5 ,2 2 8 .5 3

200,000.00

$ 4 8 ,6 8 7 .2 6
6 0 6 ,3 2 0 .2 4

$ 4 8 ,2 5 0 .0 0

$ 3 6 ,8 4 5 .5 0

$ 4 8 8 ,3 8 3 .0 3

$ 3 6 ,8 4 5 .5 0

$ 4 8 8 ,3 8 3 .0 3

$ 8 ,5 0 0 .0 0

$ 4 9 ,3 5 1 ,8 7 7 .9 2

$ 3 ,5 0 1 ,3 4 0 .0 0

$ 1 ,9 8 4 ,0 2 4 .1 5

$ 6 5 5 ,0 0 7 .5 0

$ 1 7 5 ,0 0 0 .0 0

$ 4 8 ,2 5 0 .0 0

$ 3 0 9 ,0 0 2 .8 9

$ 4 0 ,5 4 6 ,9 2 1 .4 5

$ 1 ,3 9 8 ,4 2 8 .9 5

$ 1 8 1 ,1 0 5 .0 0

$ 2 7 ,5 6 9 .4 5

$ 6 ,2 8 6 ,0 8 9 .3 7
5 ,1 9 5 ,7 9 9 .9 8
5 ,7 1 5 .6 3

$ 3 ,0 0 6 ,5 4 2 .8 6
2 ,9 4 1 ,3 5 3 .7 6
3 8 ,3 1 8 .2 9

$ 9 6 ,0 0 0 .0 0

$ 1 ,2 7 8 ,7 2 5 .6 9

$ 6 4 ,6 6 0 ,1 8 0 .1 2
1 2 7 ,4 3 7 ,1 3 6 .9 8

$ 5 ,2 4 5 ,7 9 3 .3 4
4 ,9 0 9 ,2 4 2 .8 8

$ 2 9 5 ,7 9 4 .0 6
3 3 3 ,4 5 8 .7 9

$ 4 6 8 ,0 9 5 .4 9

$ 1 8 ,8 8 1 ,6 5 4 .0 5
1 3 ,1 0 1 ,1 2 2 .6 1
1 ,2 9 5 ,0 0 0 .0 0

$ 4 ,0 4 3 ,6 2 5 .0 0

$ 9 6 7 ,8 4 5 .3 0

$ 1 0 3 ,8 7 6 ,7 0 0 .2 9
1 5 4 ,0 0 9 ,0 7 3 .6 9
2 ,9 7 3 ,4 8 8 .8 4

$ 8 2 ,2 9 5 .8 0
8 0 ,9 5 8 .6 9
1 9 ,8 1 2 .3 5

$ 2 7 ,1 3 4 .4 3

$ 1 ,5 8 7 ,5 0 8 .1 4

$ 9 6 7 ,8 4 5 .3 0

$ 4 6 8 ,0 9 5 .4 9

$ 2 6 0 ,8 5 9 ,2 6 2 .8 2

$ 3 3 ,2 7 7 ,7 7 6 .6 6

$ 1 1 ,4 8 7 ,6 0 4 .9 8

$ 5 ,9 8 6 ,2 1 4 .9 1

$ 4 ,0 5 3 ,6 2 5 .0 0

$ 9 6 ,0 0 0 .0 0

$ 1 ,2 7 8 ,7 2 5 .6 9

$ 1 9 2 ,0 9 7 ,3 1 7 .1 0

$ 1 0 ,1 5 5 ,0 3 6 .2 2

$ 6 2 9 ,2 5 2 .8 5

$ 1 8 3 ,0 6 6 .8 4

$ 2 7 ,1 3 4 .4 3

$ 1 ,5 8 7 ,5 0 8 .1 4

$ 3 1 ,3 7 9 ,7 9 9 .0 5
2 5 ,2 0 0 ,7 6 7 .6 1
5 ,7 9 5 ,0 0 0 .0 0

$ 1 0 ,7 0 1 ,2 9 5 .2 6
1 7 ,1 2 8 ,4 9 8 .3 0
1 ,0 3 6 ,2 1 5 .6 3

$ 4 ,7 5 5 ,9 6 7 .4 3
8 ,1 5 7 ,1 0 4 .4 4
7 2 5 ,1 3 4 .9 1

$ 4 ,3 0 8 ,6 2 5 .0 0

$ 1 4 4 ,2 5 0 .0 0

$ 9 ,9 1 0 ,8 7 6 .0 0

$ 1 2 9 ,7 4 8 ,4 4 8 .2 5
4 3 8 ,4 6 8 ,4 4 2 .0 0

$ 8 ,6 6 4 ,7 5 4 .4 9
8 ,7 2 7 ,5 3 3 .2 9

$ 6 8 1 ,2 3 2 .9 2
6 9 5 ,9 3 0 .3 1

$ 3 ,3 4 3 ,1 6 0 .6 4
3 4 7 ,1 1 5 .2 4
4 4 ,6 6 6 .6 0

$ 4 6 6 ,7 6 2 .8 7

10 ,000.00

$ 3 5 1 ,2 5 0 .5 8

$ 1 8 ,3 4 0 ,2 7 3 .5 5

$ 1 1 ,7 1 1 ,3 3 6 .5 1

$ 2 0 3 ,6 3 8 ,4 0 9 .0 4
4 9 8 ,7 3 5 ,3 9 1 .1 9
3 9 ,8 0 8 ,9 8 0 .2 4

$ 1 1 7 ,0 5 7 .5 6

$ 3 4 2 ,9 3 7 .7 8

$ 3 1 ,7 4 7 ,9 6 7 .7 6

$ 3 ,4 1 4 ,3 9 0 .0 2

$ 3 5 1 ,2 5 0 .5 8

$ 1 8 ,3 4 0 ,2 7 3 .5 5

$ 1 1 ,7 1 1 ,3 3 6 .5 1

$ 7 4 2 ,1 8 2 ,7 8 0 .4 7

$ 6 2 ,3 7 5 ,5 6 6 .6 6

$ 2 8 ,8 6 6 ,0 0 9 .1 9

$ 1 3 ,6 3 8 ,2 0 6 .7 8

$ 4 ,3 1 8 ,6 2 5 .0 0

$ 1 4 4 ,2 5 0 .0 0

$ 9 ,9 1 0 ,8 7 6 .0 0

$ 5 6 8 ,2 1 6 ,8 9 0 .2 5

$ 1 7 ,3 9 2 ,2 8 7 .7 8

$ 1 ,3 7 7 ,1 6 3 .2 3

$ 3 ,7 3 4 ,9 4 2 .4 8

$ 1 1 7 ,0 5 7 .5 6

$ 3 4 2 ,9 3 7 .7 8

$ 3 1 ,7 4 7 ,9 6 7 .7 6

$ 3 ,2 7 8 ,1 9 8 .9 3

$ 2 0 5 ,4 1 1 .8 5

$ 1 8 ,2 4 4 ,1 0 9 .4 6

$ 1 0 ,9 8 2 ,2 5 8 .7 2

$ 7 4 5 ,2 2 1 ,7 0 0 .0 8

$ 6 2 ,1 7 3 ,8 1 6 .6 6

$ 2 8 ,4 8 9 ,0 6 3 .8 2

$ 1 0 ,5 2 4 ,7 1 5 .3 0

$ 4 ,0 0 2 ,3 4 3 .5 2

$ 2 5 ,3 0 0 .0 0

$ 1 0 ,3 9 3 ,0 5 3 .9 1

$ 5 7 5 ,5 5 7 ,5 1 2 .1 0

$ 1 7 ,7 7 6 ,9 0 1 .0 8

$ 1 ,1 9 7 ,4 4 2 .7 1

$ 3 ,8 7 2 ,9 0 1 .8 2

$ 1 1 1 ,8 7 4 .1 2

$ 2 0 5 ,4 1 1 .8 5

$ 3 0 ,8 9 1 ,3 6 3 .1 9

10,000.00

1 4 5 0 3 — 1 2 -1 S -1 4 — 2 7 5 0

STATE BANKING DEPARTMENT OF CALIFORNIA
OFFICE OF SUPERINTENDENT, 704 POSTAL TELEGRAPH

BUILDING, SAN FRANCISCO.

Abstract of the Report of Condition of 477 State banks and 83 branch offices, as of November 19, 1914, comprising the reports o f 135 commercial banks, 133 savings banks, 7 trust companies, and 202 departmental banks, compared with totals as shown by the Report of Condition of September 24, 1914.

LO ANS A N D
Number of
Banks and
Branches

2 7 banks
17 branches

Seoured by
Real Estate

Seoured by
Stocks and Bonds

D IS C O U N T S

Secured by
Other Collateral

$ 3 ,0 3 9 ,0 9 8 08
1 3 3 ,2 1 5 ,5 1 0 21
2 7 7 ,3 5 0 00

$ 1 0 ,0 5 0 ,9 3 2 19
0 ,9 4 3 ,9 8 9 4 0
0 ,8 4 2 50

$ 2 ,1 0 8 ,5 4 1 92
3 4 1 ,8 1 9 2 7

$ 1 3 0 ,5 3 1 ,9 5 8 29

$ 1 7 ,0 0 1 ,7 0 4 0 9

$ 2 ,4 5 0 ,3 0 1

$ 7 2 8 ,9 8 1 62
5 9 ,3 9 5 ,9 0 6 0 6
1 ,2 7 8 ,1 3 3 6 7

$ 4 ,7 3 1 ,5 8 1 9 5
4 ,5 0 5 ,3 0 4 72
1 1 9 ,4 7 0 6 8

T o t a l.

$ 6 1 ,4 0 3 ,0 2 1 3 5

C om m ercial___
S avin gs_________
T r u s t ___________
T o ta l.

SAN F R A N C IS C O .

Com m ercial.
S avin gs_____
T r u s t________
T o ta l.

LOS A N G E L E S .

OAKLAND.

STATE

(excluding a b o v e ) -.

2 2 banks
15 branches

13 banks
3 branches

4 1 5 banks
4 8 branches

C om m ercialS avin gs_____
T r u s t________

C om m ercialSav in gs—
T r u s t________
T o ta l_______________

STATE

(a s a w h o le ).

4 7 7 banks
8 3 branches

C om m ercialS av in gs_____
T r u s t________
Grand T o t a l______

Report of Sept. 2 4 , .1914.




A ll

Bonds and Other
Securities (in c lu d ­
ing Prem ium thereon
less a ll offsetting
bond adjustm ent
aceounts)

Other Loans
Unsecured

$ 1 9 ,2 3 5 ,3 7 4 57

$ 4 4 7 ,0 1 1 76

ACTUAL
Bank Premises,
Furniture
and Fixtures,
Safe Deposit V aults

Other
Real Estate Owned

$ 3 ,2 5 1 ,1 3 5 6 3
6 ,8 2 5 ,5 0 0 9 7
1 ,1 8 5 ,5 8 5 0 0

$ 1 9 4 ,5 5 6 1 0
2 ,7 1 5 ,3 3 3 2 5

ON

HAND
Exchanges for
Clearing House

Due from Banks
Specie

$ 0 ,7 8 4 ,5 3 7 0 3
5 2 ,3 5 9 ,4 9 9 0 2
1 ,3 9 8 ,7 9 0 65

CASH

Other
Lawful Money

$ 1 3 ,0 2 0 ,9 3 4 2 0
8 ,9 6 6 ,0 0 3 83
1 ,0 1 1 ,1 4 8 17

$ 4 ,1 3 4 ,2 6 0 8 4
3 ,8 2 0 ,5 9 6 1 8
4 .9 3 8 0 1

$ 1 ,0 9 8 ,8 6 7 0 0
8 4 5 ,5 6 5 0 0

Checks and
Other Cash Items

Other Resources

Other Currency

$ 3 1 2 ,7 1 2 0 0
8 3 ,2 8 8 0 0

$ 8 1 9 ,8 3 0 9 3
8 3 ,5 5 5 4 8

$ 3 3 0 ,1 1 2 8 8
7 8 ,2 3 4 5 7
39 50

$ 2 ,5 7 3 ,0 9 0 3 8
6 9 ,7 5 9 5 1
4 ,4 9 6 7 0

Personal Assets
Reoeived from
Executors. A dm inis­
trators, Assignees,
Reoeivers or Trustees

T R U S T S IN V E S T E D U N D E R O R D E R
O F C O U R T OR IN A C C O R D A N C E
W IT H P R O V IS IO N S OF T R U S T
Personal Property

Real

To ta l Resources
and L iab ilities

Capital Stock
Paid In

Surplus

Undivided Profits

Property

B ills Payable
(including C e rtifi­
cates of Deposit,
representing money
borrowed)

Notes
Rediscounted

Deposits Due
to Banks

In d ivid u a l
Deposits

State, County and
M unicipal Deposits

Postal Savings
Deposits

Other Liab ilitie s

Deposits of money
Reoeived from
Executors. A dm inis­
trators. Guardians,
Assignees, Receivers
or Trustees

Personal Assets
Reoeived from
Exeoutors. A dm inis­
trators, Assignees,
Reoeivsrs or Trustees

Trusts Held as
Exeoutor, A dm inis­
tra to r, G uardian,
Assignee, Receiver
or Trustee, Under
Order or Deoree
of A ny Court

$ 8 ,0 8 8 ,6 5 0 0 0
5 ,8 4 5 ,2 0 0 0 0
2 ,2 5 0 ,0 0 0 0 0

$ 2 ,2 6 1 ,0 2 9 3 0
8 ,5 5 4 ,1 3 1 0 1
5 7 5 ,0 0 0 0 0

$ 1 ,0 0 1 ,1 2 5 77
4 ,5 9 6 ,3 1 7 0 4
3 1 9 ,0 5 7 6 4

$ 3 8 ,6 1 8 2 9

$ 8 ,8 5 2 ,1 6 7 3 6

$ 4 1 ,8 2 9 ,3 9 7 9 3
1 9 5 ,9 7 7 ,8 2 2 5 3

$ 2 ,0 9 5 ,7 4 4 1 8
1 ,2 3 9 ,3 8 4 5 6

$ 1 4 7 ,4 0 7 9 5
9 1 ,9 8 3 5 2

$ 3 ,0 8 7 ,4 5 5 3 3
4 3 ,9 0 6 0 3
3 2 ,9 7 4 4 6

$ 9 1 ,7 7 1 58

$ 3 0 1 ,1 0 2 2 8

$ 1 4 ,3 7 1 ,4 8 9 63

$ 9 1 ,7 7 1 58

$ 3 0 1 ,1 0 2 2 8

$ 1 4 ,3 7 1 ,4 8 9 6 3

$ 3 0 1 ,1 0 2 2 8

$ 1 0 ,7 7 3 ,5 1 9 7 0

$ 2 ,9 7 7 ,5 8 3 0 8

$ 6 7 ,4 0 1 ,5 9 6 11
2 1 6 ,3 4 8 ,7 4 4 69
1 7 ,9 4 1 ,3 9 5 5 9

$ 3 0 1 ,1 0 2 2 8

$ 1 0 ,7 7 3 ,5 1 9 7 0

$ 2 ,9 7 7 ,5 8 3 0 8

$ 3 0 1 ,6 9 1 ,7 3 6 3 9

$ 1 6 ,1 8 3 ,8 5 0 0 0

$ 1 1 ,3 9 0 ,1 6 0 3 1

$ 5 ,9 1 6 ,5 0 0 4 5

$ 3 8 ,6 1 8 29

5,852,167 3 6

$ 2 3 7 ,8 0 7 ,2 2 0 4 6

$ 3 ,3 3 5 ,1 2 8 74

$ 2 3 9 ,3 9 1 4 7

$ 3 ,1 6 4 ,3 3 5 8 2

[>3,107,175 0 0
3 ,9 7 5 ,7 2 5 0 0
2 ,0 5 0 ,0 0 0 0 0

$ 1 ,2 6 9 ,2 4 6 4 0
2 ,3 0 5 ,5 9 3 6 0
4 0 5 ,5 0 0 0 0

$ 8 3 6 ,4 1 6 9 6
1 ,6 0 4 ,5 1 8 3 7
3 9 0 ,7 4 3 84

$ 1 4 5 ,0 0 0 0 0

$ 9 5 2 ,1 7 2 9 8

$ 1 8 ,0 0 2 ,8 3 6 29
7 8 ,1 7 3 ,0 4 5 5 6

$ 8 1 9 ,7 1 9 1 8
1 ,2 1 4 ,1 1 2 4 3

$ 1 9 1 ,1 2 8 7 5
2 0 9 ,6 8 0 0 0

$ 1 2 5 ,5 6 5 4 4
2 9 ,2 5 9 64
3 0 ,4 6 0 0 0

$ 1 7 ,0 2 2 ,3 3 7 72
$ 1 7 ,0 2 2 ,3 3 7 7 2

19

$ 1 9 ,2 3 5 ,3 7 4 5 7

$ 4 4 7 ,0 1 1 76

$ 0 0 ,5 4 2 ,8 2 7 3 0

$ 1 1 ,2 6 2 ,2 2 1 6 0

$ 2 ,9 0 9 ,8 8 9 3 5

$ 2 2 ,9 9 8 ,1 7 0 2 0

$ 7 ,9 5 9 ,7 9 5 0 3

$ 1 ,9 4 4 ,4 3 2 OO

$ 3 9 6 ,0 0 0 0 0

$ 9 0 3 ,3 8 6 41

$ 4 0 8 ,3 8 6 9 5

$ 2 ,6 4 7 ,3 4 6 59

$ 4 4 2 ,9 1 1 67
7 9 2 ,0 4 6 6 8
3 ,2 5 0 0 0

5,242,679 3 2

$ 1 8 ,2 2 9 77

$ 2 ,8 6 4 ,4 2 1 50
9 ,6 1 2 ,6 9 7 35
1 ,2 1 6 ,7 4 7 3 4

$ 5 9 7 ,6 6 5 4 5
2 ,2 7 0 ,4 9 4 6 3

$ 3 0 ,0 7 7 54
5 5 1 ,9 3 3 3 7

$ 4 ,5 0 5 ,9 9 3 7 6
6 ,5 1 3 ,7 3 1 4 0
1 ,1 6 3 ,0 6 7 81

$ 1 ,6 4 5 ,4 5 4 1 0
3 ,2 4 8 ,5 2 6 5 3
1 ,9 7 7 6 4

$ 6 6 6 ,7 9 6 0 0
3 1 0 ,9 0 7 0 0
420 00

$ 2 9 6 ,4 5 8 0 0
1 8 3 ,3 0 4 0 0

1,201 00

$ 4 9 1 ,5 1 5 31
8 6 ,4 3 3 1 5
97 00

$ 5 9 ,1 6 9 2 7
3 ,9 4 9 86
1 8 ,3 0 9 5 4

$ 1 2 7 ,3 2 5 74
3 6 ,6 3 9 85
4 3 ,8 4 8 5 2

$ 6 ,7 5 7 ,5 8 8 13

$ 9 ,2 9 4 ,9 3 0 8 3

$ 2 5 ,4 4 9 ,2 6 1 0 0
8 7 ,5 1 1 ,9 3 4 6 0
1 9 .8 9 9 ,0 4 1 5 6

$ 9 ,3 5 0 ,4 1 6 75

$ 1 ,2 3 8 ,2 0 8 3 5

$ 8 ,2 4 2 ,0 7 9 3 2

$ 1 8 ,2 2 9 77

$ 1 3 ,6 9 3 ,8 6 6 19

$ 2 ,8 6 8 ,1 6 0 0 8

$ 5 8 2 ,0 1 0 91

$ 1 2 ,1 8 2 ,7 9 2 9 7

$ 4 ,8 9 5 ,9 5 8 2 7

>7S,123 0 0

$ 4 8 0 ,9 6 3 0 0

5 7 8 ,0 4 5 4 6

$ 8 1 ,4 2 8 6 7

$ 2 0 7 ,8 1 4 11

$ 0 ,7 5 7 ,5 8 8 13

1 ,29 4 ,93 0 8 3

$ 1 3 2 ,8 6 0 ,2 3 7 1 6

1 ,1 3 2 ,9 0 0 0 0

$ 3 ,9 8 0 ,3 4 0 0 0

$ 2 ,8 3 1 ,6 7 9 17

$ 1 4 5 ,0 0 0 0 0

$ 9 5 2 ,1 7 2 9 8

$ 9 6 ,1 7 5 ,8 8 1 8 5

$ 2 ,0 3 3 ,8 3 1 61

$ 4 0 0 ,8 0 8 75

$ 1 8 5 ,2 8 5 0 8

$ 5 9 3 ,3 4 9 1 6
2 6 ,9 8 9 ,6 1 7 24

$ 7 8 0 ,0 0 0 82
9 0 8 ,9 0 9 8 6

$ 1 3 7 ,3 1 6 15
2 4 ,7 4 6 91

$ 1 ,9 5 3 ,3 7 8 71

$ 9 ,1 1 4 5 6

$ 1 ,2 7 8 ,5 7 3 0 0
7 ,3 1 6 ,0 1 2 4 8
2 4 8 ,5 1 4 59

$ 4 1 0 ,4 3 2 0 5
2 ,8 5 6 ,0 0 4 4 9

$ 3 4 ,3 0 2 6 6
3 1 5 ,6 8 5 8 9

$ 1 ,2 9 5 ,5 5 6 5 6
2 ,2 1 6 ,7 2 3 5 8
1 4 ,2 3 3 85

$ 4 9 3 ,6 5 7 4 7
7 5 1 ,9 2 9 1 1

$ 3 8 ,4 9 5 0 0
6 1 ,1 9 8 0 0

$ 5 7 ,8 9 9 0 0
2 6 ,4 6 0 0 0

$ 9 1 ,9 0 4 8 7
8 ,4 0 8 6 7

$ 5 1 ,8 9 3 2 6
430 66

$ 1 6 ,0 5 5 41
1 3 ,5 6 7 77

$ 1 ,0 0 2 ,3 2 0 0 0
2 ,2 9 9 ,4 2 0 0 0

$ 8 6 9 ,1 0 7 0 0
1 ,0 6 7 ,0 1 7 15
5 0 ,0 0 0 0 0

$ 6 0 ,9 8 0 6 0
8 3 3 ,1 2 3 4 4

$ 7 5 ,0 0 0 0 0

$ 4 9 1 ,0 8 4 5 2

$ 4 ,1 3 4 ,0 5 0 72
3 6 ,1 7 1 ,1 9 4 9 8

$ 3 6 1 ,8 9 8 42
1 ,0 0 7 ,1 0 0 0 0

$ 9 4 ,5 4 7 0 0
8 9 ,5 5 7 0 0

$ 1 5 2 ,9 4 0 4 2
2 2 ,2 8 2 0 9

$ 2 7 ,5 8 2 ,9 6 6 4 0

$ 1 ,6 8 8 ,9 1 0 6 8

$ 1 6 2 ,0 8 3 0 6

$ 1 ,9 5 3 ,3 7 8 71

$ 9 ,1 1 4 56

$ 8 ,8 4 3 ,1 0 0 0 7

$ 3 ,2 6 6 ,4 3 6 54

$ 3 4 9 ,9 8 8 5 5

$ 3 ,5 2 6 ,5 1 3 9 9

$ 1 ,2 4 5 ,5 8 6 5 8

$ 9 9 ,6 9 3 0 0

$ 8 4 ,3 5 9 0 0

$ 1 0 0 ,3 1 3 5 4

$ 5 2 ,3 2 3 9 2

$ 2 9 ,6 2 3 1 8

$ 4 9 1 ,0 8 4 5 2

$ 4 0 ,3 0 5 ,2 4 5 7 0

$ 1 ,3 6 8 ,9 9 8 4 2

$ 1 8 4 ,1 0 4 0 0

$ 1 7 5 ,2 2 2 5 1

$ 1 1 ,3 3 0 ,0 5 6 9 7
1 0 8 ,2 3 7 ,0 9 1 0 2
1 ,1 9 3 ,5 6 4 4 5

$ 5 ,0 8 4 ,3 0 7 4 4
6 ,0 8 4 ,3 2 3 9 4

$ 4 ,7 9 8 ,1 0 6 0 4
1 ,0 9 3 ,1 2 6 8 8

$ 4 3 ,0 4 4 ,0 9 7 9 8

$ 2 7 4 ,0 1 4 6 0

$ 1 1 ,9 5 5 , 6 7 5 5 6
2 0,0 8 1, 413 3 4
299, 6 3 5 5 6

$ 4 ,6 8 0 ,4 3 5 83
4 ,9 7 2 ,3 2 4 1 9
2 4 .8 5 7 31

$ 5 9 4 ,0 0 4 3 6
6 4 1 ,6 1 9 46
5 8 5 58

$ 1 5 ,3 1 9 ,0 0 8 29
1 0 ,1 2 6 ,8 0 7 1 3
2 2 5 ,8 4 0 31

$ 5 ,7 4 1 ,9 8 0 84
3 ,6 5 1 .8 3 4 20
1 ,0 2 8 5 0

$ 5 1 4 ,2 4 1 0 0
2 9 0 ,1 9 3 9 4
75 00

$ 4 2 8 ,1 2 5 5 0
9 4 ,5 0 8 0 0

$ 3 6 6 ,7 9 7 1 8
1 2 2 ,3 4 3 7 4

$ 3 0 4 ,4 0 3 71
3 3 ,3 6 4 4 3
118 64

$ 5 0 4 ,5 4 1 9 8
1 2 2 ,0 1 9 8 6
2 4 8 14

$ 8 ,9 8 5 2 1

$ 1 2 0 ,7 6 0 ,7 1 2 4 4

$ 1 1 ,1 6 8 ,6 3 1 3 8

$ 5 ,8 9 1 ,2 3 2 9 2

$ 4 3 ,0 4 4 ,0 9 7 9 8

$ 2 7 4 ,0 1 4 6 0

$ 3 2 ,3 1 6 ,7 2 4 4 6

1,677,617 3 3

$ 1 ,2 3 6 ,2 0 9 4 0

$ 2 5 ,6 7 1 ,6 5 5 73

$ 9 ,3 9 4 ,8 4 3 5 4

$ 8 0 4 ,5 0 9 94

$ 5 2 2 ,6 3 3 5 0

$ 4 8 9 ,1 4 0 9 2

$ 3 3 7 ,8 8 6 78

$ 6 2 6 ,8 0 9 9 8

$ 8 ,9 8 5 21

$ 1 5 ,6 9 1 ,4 8 5 8 3
3 2 7 ,8 3 8 ,1 2 4 53
2 ,7 4 9 ,0 4 8 12

$ 2 0 ,6 4 6 ,8 2 2 4 0
1 8 ,4 4 2 ,5 8 7 9 2
1 2 6 ,3 1 2 5 8

$ 7 ,4 8 6 ,8 7 5 7 8
2 ,2 5 1 ,7 3 9 74
3 ,2 5 0 0 0

$ 7 2 ,4 7 5 ,5 3 0 58

$ 7 4 8 ,9 7 0 6 9

$ 2 2 ,8 83 , 2 0 7 69
8 9,3 4 9, 6 2 2 19
3 ,1 6 3 , 6 8 8 1 4

$ 8 ,9 3 9 ,6 6 8 9 6
1 6 ,9 2 4 .3 2 4 2 8
1 ,2 1 0 ,4 4 2 31

$ 8 5 2 ,9 4 0 6 6
4 ,2 2 4 ,5 7 1 9 7
5 8 5 58

$ 3 4 ,1 4 1 ,4 9 2 81
2 7 ,8 2 3 ,3 5 5 9 4
2 ,4 1 4 ,2 9 0 14

$ 1 2 ,0 1 5 ,3 5 3 2 5
1 1 ,4 7 2 ,8 8 6 02
7 ,9 4 4 1 5

$ 2 ,3 1 8 ,3 9 9 0 0
1 ,5 0 7 ,8 6 3 9 4
495 00

$ 1 ,0 9 5 ,1 9 4 5 0
3 8 1,5 6 0 0 0

1,201 00

$ 1 ,7 7 0 ,0 4 8 2 9
3 0 0 ,7 4 1 0 4
9 7 00

$ 7 4 5 ,5 7 9 12
1 1 5 ,9 7 9 52
1 8 ,4 6 7 6 8

$ 3 ,2 2 1 ,0 1 3 51
2 4 1 ,9 8 6 9 9
4 8 ,5 9 3 3 6

$ 3 4 6 ,9 3 2 9 9

$ 1 8 ,9 6 5 ,3 7 3 5 7

$ 3 4 6 ,2 7 8 ,6 5 8 4 8

$ 3 9 ,2 1 5 ,7 2 2 9 0

[>9,741,865 5 2

$ 7 2 ,4 7 5 ,5 3 0 58

$ 7 4 8 ,9 7 0 6 9

$ 1 1 5 ,3 9 6 ,5 1 8 0 2

2 7 .0 7 4 .4 3 5 5 5

$ 5 ,0 7 8 ,0 9 8 21

* 0 4 ,3 7 9 .1 3 8 89

$ 2 3 ,4 9 6 ,1 8 3 4 2

$ 3 ,8 2 6 ,7 5 7 9 4

$ 1 ,4 8 3 ,9 5 5 5 0

$ 2 ,0 7 0 ,8 8 6 3 3

$ 8 8 0 ,0 2 6 ,3 2

$ 3 ,5 1 1 ,5 9 3 8 6

$ 3 4 6 ,9 3 2 9 9

$ 3 4 5 ,9 7 4 ,7 9 5 78

$ 3 8 ,5 7 9 1 8 2 6 2

3,366,031 7 3

$ 7 3 ,6 8 5 ,8 6 1 2 0

$ 6 2 9 ,8 3 3 6 9

$ 1 1 5 ,2 3 3 ,5 5 5 0 8

$ 2 7 ,2 4 6 ,0 1 6 33

$ 5 ,1 1 6 ,9 4 5 9 3

$ 8 0 ,3 6 2 ,0 8 0 61

$ 2 4 ,0 6 1 ,8 9 9 3 0

$ 4 ,7 0 8 ,6 9 5 7 0

$ 1 ,8 2 1 ,2 6 6 83

$ 1 ,8 4 7 ,3 1 3 0 2

$ 7 3 2 ,0 3 5 9 9

$ 3 ,4 1 4 ,3 9 0 0 2

$ 3 5 1 ,2 5 0 5 8

$ 3 6 ,8 4 5 5 0

$ 4 6 4 ,2 7 5 5 2

$ 8 ,5 0 0 0 0

$ 7 ,2 4 1 ,9 2 8 6 8
4 1 ,4 8 9 ,6 9 4 6 6
7 7 2 ,3 6 9 4 6

$ 3 6 ,8 4 5 5 0

$ 4 6 4 ,2 7 5 5 2

$ 8 ,5 0 0 0 0

$ 4 9 ,5 0 3 ,9 9 2 80

$ 3 ,5 0 1 ,7 4 0 0 0

$ 1 ,9 8 6 ,1 2 4 15

$ 8 9 4 ,1 0 4 0 4

$ 7 5 ,0 0 0 0 0

$ 6 ,2 5 7 ,7 3 4 0 5
5 ,1 9 0 ,1 0 5 6 2
5 ,9 9 0 63

$ 3 ,2 6 1 ,0 8 3 6 0
3 ,8 8 2 ,1 7 7 81
4 6 ,7 8 6 8 4

$ 6 9 ,5 6 8 9 1

$ 1 ,4 1 1 ,3 9 1 4 0
1 8 ,7 1 7 77

$ 6 6 ,4 1 8 ,7 3 3 8 0
1 2 8 ,0 8 1 ,0 2 0 4 4

$ 4 ,9 2 7 ,2 7 4 3 0
4 ,8 6 4 ,3 0 7 81

$307+346 4 2
3 6 2 ,9 2 6 6 9

$ 5 4 1 ,5 2 5 4 9

$ 1 8 ,9 7 5 ,0 5 4 0 5
1 2 ,9 9 3 ,5 2 2 61
1 ,4 9 5 ,0 0 0 0 0

$ 3 ,0 8 3 ,9 3 5 3 2
3 ,1 0 0 0 0

$ 96 9 9 9 0 22

$ 1 0 4 ,9 3 9 ,7 9 7 2 8
1 5 5 ,5 3 0 ,9 7 0 1 3
3 ,2 6 6 ,4 5 4 4 1

$ 2 2 7 ,6 7 5 4 3
1 3 5 ,0 9 1 3 8
1 9 ,8 2 4 11

$969 9 9 0 22

$ 5 4 1 ,5 2 5 4 9

$ 2 6 3 ,7 3 7 ,2 2 1 8 2

$ 3 3 ,4 6 3 ,5 7 6 6 6

$ 1 1 ,4 5 3 ,8 3 0 3 0

$ 7 ,1 9 0 ,0 4 8 25

$ 3 ,0 8 7 ,0 3 5 3 2

$ 6 9 ,5 6 8 9 1

$ 1 ,4 3 0 ,1 0 9 1 7

$ 1 9 4 ,4 9 9 ,7 5 4 2 4

),7 9 1 ,5 8 2 11

$ 6 7 0 ,2 7 3 11

$ 3 8 2 ,5 9 0 9 2

$ 3 1 ,1 7 3 ,1 9 9 0 5
2 5 ,1 1 3 ,8 6 7 61
5 ,9 9 5 ,0 0 0 0 0

$ 1 0 ,6 5 7 ,1 1 6 7 5
1 7 ,1 1 6 ,8 4 7 3 8
1 ,0 3 6 ,4 9 0 6 3

$ 5 ,1 5 9 ,6 0 6 9 3
1 0 ,9 1 6 ,1 3 6 66
7 5 6 ,5 8 8 32

$ 3 ,3 4 2 ,5 5 3 6 1
3 ,1 0 0 0 0

$ 6 9 ,5 6 8 9 1

$ 1 1 ,7 0 6 ,8 1 6 2 6
1 8 ,7 1 7 77

$ 1 3 0 ,3 8 5 ,0 1 8 7 4
4 3 8 ,4 0 3 ,0 8 3 51

$ 8 ,2 0 4 ,6 3 6 0 8
8 ,3 2 4 ,9 0 4 80

$ 7 4 0 ,4 3 0 12
7 5 4 .1 4 1 2 1

$ 1 2 ,8 2 2 ,5 3 9 40

$ 2 0 5 ,0 3 2 ,5 8 3 0 7
5 0 0 ,8 8 1 ,3 4 4 0 8
4 r ,8 7 9 ,2 6 1 02

$ 3 ,5 9 3 ,6 3 6 6 2
2 3 0 ,5 3 9 1 4
8 3 ,2 5 8 5 7

$ 1 8 ,9 6 5 ,3 7 3 5 7 | $ 1 2 ,8 2 2 ,5 3 9 4 0

$ 7 4 7 ,7 9 3 ,1 8 8 17

$ 6 2 ,2 8 2 ,0 6 6 6 6

$ 2 8 ,8 1 0 ,4 5 4 76

$ 1 6 ,8 3 2 ,3 3 1 ,9 1

$ 3 ,3 4 5 ,6 5 3 61

$ 6 9 ,5 6 8 9 1

$ 1 1 ,7 2 5 5 3 4 0 3

$ 5 6 8 ,7 8 8 ,1 0 2 2 5

$ 1 6 ,5 2 9 ,5 4 0 8 8

$ 1 ,4 9 4 ,5 7 7 33

$ 3 ,9 0 7 ,4 3 4 3 3

$ 1 8 ,3 4 0 ,2 7 3 5 5

$ 7 4 2 ,1 8 2 ,7 8 0 4 7

$ 6 2 ,3 7 5 ,5 6 6 6 6

$ 2 8 ,8 6 6 ,0 0 9 19

$ 1 3 ,6 3 8 ,2 0 6 78

$ 4 ,3 1 8 ,6 2 5 0 0

$ 1 4 4 ,2 5 0 0 0

$ 9 ,9 1 0 ,8 7 6 0 0

$ 5 6 8 ,2 1 6 ,8 9 0 2 5

$ 1 7 ,3 9 2 ,2 8 7 7 8

$ 1 ,3 <7,163 2 3

$ 3 ,7 3 4 ,9 4 2 4 8

$ 1 1 ,7 1 1 ,3 3 6 5 1

200,000 00

$ 3 0 ,8 4 5 5 0

$ 4 8 5 ,5 2 3 9 6

$ 3 6 ,8 4 5 50

$ 4 8 5 ,5 2 3 9 6

$ 2 5 ,6 1 1 73

3,985 21

$ 1 ,6 6 4 ,2 5 5 89

$ 2 5 ,6 1 1 73

$ b ,9 8 5 21

$ 1 ,6 6 4 ,2 5 5 89

$ 1 1 7 ,3 8 3 31

$ 3 4 6 ,9 3 2 99

$ 3 3 ,5 4 3 ,6 0 7 2 0

$ 1 1 7 ,3 8 3 31

$ 3 4 6 ,9 3 2 9 9

$ 3 3 ,5 4 3 ,6 0 7 20

$ 1 1 7 ,0 5 7 5 6

$ 3 4 2 ,9 3 7 7 8

$ 3 1 ,7 4 7 ,9 6 7 7 6

1 7 3 1 0 — 5 -1 5 -1 5 — 2 ,0 0 0

STATE BANKING DEPARTMENT OF CALIFORNIA
OFFICE OF SUPERINTENDENT, 704 POSTAL TELEGRAPH

BUILDING, SAN FRANCISCO.

Abstract of the Report o f Condition of 472 State banks and 88 branch offices, as o f M arch, 4, 1915, comprising the reports of 132 commercial banks, 133 savings banks, 7 trust companies, and 200 departmental banks, compared with totals as shown b y the Report of Condition of November 19, 1914.

LO A N S A N D
Looation

Num ber of
B ank* and
Branches

D IS C O U N T S
Overdrafts

Class
Scoured by
Real Estate

Secured by
Stocks and Bonds

Secured by
Other Collateral

A ll Other Loans
U nsecured

Bonds and Other
Securities (in c lu d ­
ing Prem ium thereon
less a ll offsetting
bond adjustm ent
aooounts)

ACTUAL
Bank Premises,
F urniture
and Fixtures,
Safe Deposit V aults

Other
Real Estate Owned

CASH

ON

HAND
Exchanges for
Clearing House

Due from Banks
Specie

Other
La w ful Money

Cheoks and
Other Cash Items

Other Resources

Other Currenoy

Personal Assets
Reoeived from
Executors, A dm inis­
trators. Assignees,
Receivers or Trustees

T R U S T S IN V E S T E D U N D E R O R D E R
O F C O U R T OR IN A C C O R D A N C E
W IT H P R O V IS IO N S OF T R U S T
Personal Property

$ 1 0 ,2 2 4 ,7 7 8 .2 5
6 ,0 0 4 ,4 6 7 .9 6
7 ,2 9 4 .7 5

$ 1 ,8 3 9 ,5 6 4 .1 5
3 5 9 ,2 7 8 .6 3

$ 1 9 ,2 3 9 ,6 6 7 .2 1

$ 1 5 4 ,3 9 0 .9 9

$ 6 ,6 0 3 ,9 3 8 .6 8
5 5 ,4 0 5 ,5 9 9 .0 5
1 ,7 3 6 ,3 7 0 .2 2

$ 3 ,2 7 3 ,8 1 2 .6 6
6 ,8 0 0 ,6 0 0 .1 9
1 ,0 3 5 ,0 9 2 .5 0

$ 1 9 4 ,5 4 7 .9 6
2 ,5 4 3 ,8 2 9 .0 8

$ 1 3 ,0 2 4 ,7 8 5 .3 1
1 2 ,8 5 4 ,5 6 5 .3 7
7 9 3 ,7 7 4 .6 2

$ 4 ,5 1 1 ,8 5 1 .7 0
3 ,3 9 8 ,4 1 9 .0 2
4 ,5 9 4 .6 9

$ 1 ,6 7 5 ,3 0 4 .0 0
7 8 9 ,8 2 3 .0 0

$ 2 7 1 ,0 2 5 .0 0
1 7 6 ,1 6 8 .0 5

$ 1 ,0 6 2 ,2 9 2 .6 2
1 2 5 ,4 5 2 .7 5

$ 2 5 4 ,5 3 2 .8 5
7 6 ,9 5 9 .9 4
.5 0

$ 3 ,2 5 0 ,1 3 6 .4 3
1 0 2 ,1 0 6 .3 9
6 ,4 4 7 .0 7

$ 4 7 5 ,1 9 3 .3 8

$ 1 0 ,5 9 2 ,9 4 9 .6 6

$ 1 3 7 ,1 3 2 ,3 9 4 .4 1

$ 1 6 ,2 3 6 ,5 4 0 .9 6

$ 2 ,1 9 8 ,8 4 2 .7 8

$ 1 9 ,2 3 9 ,6 6 7 .2 1

$ 1 5 4 ,3 9 0 .9 9

$ 6 3 ,7 4 5 ,9 0 7 .9 5

$ 1 1 ,1 0 9 ,5 0 5 .3 5

$ 2 ,7 3 8 ,3 7 7 .0 4

$ 2 6 ,6 7 3 ,1 2 5 .3 0

$ 7 ,9 1 4 ,8 6 5 .4 1

$ 2 ,4 6 5 ,1 2 7 .0 0

$ 4 4 7 ,1 9 3 .0 5

$ 1 ,1 8 7 ,7 4 5 .3 7

$ 3 3 1 ,4 9 3 .2 9

$ 3 ,3 5 8 ,6 8 9 .8 9

$ 4 7 5 ,1 9 3 .3 8

$ 1 0 ,5 9 2 ,9 4 9 .6 6

$ 5 6 3 ,0 2 7 .6 8
5 8 ,7 6 7 ,7 6 5 .9 3
1 ,3 3 6 ,5 9 1 .0 2

$ 4 ,1 6 2 ,1 2 4 .2 1
4 ,6 3 8 ,8 5 7 .7 0
1 5 ,3 4 5 .5 0

$ 6 4 8 ,4 8 9 .5 7
9 3 4 ,2 6 3 .8 5
2 ,4 3 7 .5 0

3 ,40 1 ,82 1 .6 4

$ 1 7 ,3 7 4 .9 0

$ 2 ,8 7 3 ,0 0 7 .9 0
9 ,8 9 7 ,2 3 4 .3 7
1 ,2 6 5 ,2 0 0 .1 5

$ 5 9 4 ,0 7 5 .7 8
2 ,2 4 5 ,3 2 5 .2 7

$ 1 8 ,4 2 9 .8 9
6 5 8 ,0 2 9 .3 3

$ 4 ,4 2 0 ,2 6 1 .8 7
9 ,9 6 6 ,0 6 9 .2 1
1 ,1 6 5 ,3 5 1 .2 8

$ 1 ,5 9 9 ,7 2 2 .0 2
3 ,2 4 8 ,8 8 3 .4 4
1 0 ,0 5 3 .6 4

$ 4 0 7 ,2 1 4 .0 0
4 2 7 ,9 6 6 .0 0
1 2 8 .0 0

$ 4 5 3 ,6 9 4 .0 0
4 9 ,8 4 5 .0 0
1 2 5 .0 0

$ 5 2 9 ,5 7 0 .5 0
9 7 ,6 2 4 .4 3

$ 1 3 2 ,6 0 4 .9 0
1 1 ,6 6 7 .5 5
1 ,8 5 9 .3 8

$ 1 0 8 ,6 9 1 .5 6
1 7 ,4 3 4 .9 9
5 8 ,9 8 6 .7 1

$ 6 0 ,6 6 7 ,3 8 4 .6 3

$ 8 ,8 1 6 ,3 2 7 .4 1

$ 1 ,5 8 5 ,1 9 0 .9 2

3 ,40 1 ,82 1 .6 4

$ 1 7 ,3 7 4 .9 0

$ 1 4 ,0 3 5 ,4 4 2 .4 2

$ 2 ,8 3 9 ,4 0 1 .0 5

$ 6 7 6 ,4 5 9 .2 2

$ 1 5 ,5 5 1 ,6 8 2 .3 6

$ 4 ,8 5 8 ,6 5 9 .1 0

$ 8 3 5 ,3 0 8 .0 0

$ 5 0 3 ,6 6 4 .0 0

$ 6 2 7 ,1 9 4 .9 3

$ 1 4 6 ,1 3 1 .8 3

$ 1 8 5 ,1 1 3 .2 6

C om m ercial____
S avin gs_________
T r u s t___________

$ 2 9 7 ,1 3 8 .3 0
2 6 ,4 0 6 ,5 5 1 .3 9

$ 4 5 9 ,4 3 3 .5 8
6 4 7 ,6 2 8 .0 3

$ 2 6 4 ,7 8 0 .3 5

$ 1 ,8 5 1 ,8 3 1 .7 0

$ 8 0 ,2 6 4 .5 7

$ 8 5 0 ,8 8 9 .0 7
7 ,2 7 9 ,6 4 5 .0 7
2 4 8 ,5 1 4 .5 9

$ 4 0 2 ,5 8 7 .5 0
2 ,4 8 2 ,1 9 3 .5 2

$ 2 8 ,5 2 9 .2 1
2 8 3 ,0 4 0 .5 6

$ 1 ,1 3 7 ,7 0 2 .2 9
3 ,9 9 9 ,8 4 1 .6 5
2 1 ,6 1 2 .1 5

$ 3 6 4 ,9 0 1 .1 4
8 0 8 ,7 9 8 .1 3

$ 3 7 ,0 7 4 .0 0
5 8 ,3 4 2 .0 0

$ 3 5 ,0 3 1 .0 0
2 0 ,5 9 0 .0 0

$ 9 8 ,2 0 3 .4 4
6 ,9 6 8 .3 4

$ 5 ,6 0 3 .2 3
6 1 0 .7 7

$ 2 6 ,7 0 3 ,6 8 9 .6 9

$ 1 ,1 0 7 ,0 6 1 .6 1

$ 3 7 4 ,7 9 2 .5 6

$ 1 ,8 5 1 ,8 3 1 .7 0

$ 8 0 ,2 6 4 .5 7

5,37 9 ,04 8 .7 3

$ 2 ,8 8 4 ,7 8 1 .0 2

$ 3 1 1 ,5 6 9 .7 7

$ 5 ,1 5 9 ,1 5 6 .0 9

$ 1 ,1 7 3 ,6 9 9 .2 7

$ 9 5 ,4 1 6 .0 0

$ 5 5 ,6 2 1 .0 0

$ 1 0 5 ,1 7 1 .7 8

$ 6 ,2 1 4 .0 0

$ 6 7 ,2 3 6 .4 4

$ 1 1 ,3 0 0 ,0 4 1 .5 2
1 0 9 ,9 6 8 ,2 0 6 .1 7
• 1 ,1 4 1 ,3 7 3 .5 8

$ 4 ,7 7 5 ,2 3 3 .1 1
5 ,6 4 8 ,4 4 3 .7 7
1 ,1 0 0 .8 5

$ 4 ,1 1 1 ,3 6 4 .6 0
1 ,2 3 4 ,4 0 8 .9 5
1 ,3 8 5 .0 0

$ 4 1 ,3 7 3 ,8 9 2 .3 5

$ 1 8 1 ,6 8 1 04

$ 1 1 ,9 9 1 ,1 0 4 .3 6
2 0 ,5 1 0 ,8 6 3 .6 4
3 0 1 ,1 0 5 .5 6

$ 4 ,5 7 0 ,1 8 9 .1 2
4 ,8 7 1 ,8 2 9 .4 9
8 7 2 .5 6

$ 5 7 4 ,4 4 9 .5 2
8 5 0 ,1 0 2 .1 2
5 9 0 .2 6

$ 1 2 ,4 3 0 ,8 7 7 .4 9
1 0 ,9 7 5 ,4 9 8 .7 9
1 4 9 ,7 2 0 .3 4

$ 5 ,6 3 6 ,8 9 2 .6 6
3 ,7 9 2 ,9 9 0 .5 9
2 ,2 8 9 .6 1

$ 5 0 3 ,1 3 9 .0 0
2 3 4 ,4 9 9 .2 0
5 1 5 .0 0

$ 3 6 4 ,5 9 5 .5 0
8 8 ,0 3 6 .0 0

$ 3 5 1 ,6 3 3 .6 7
1 4 8 ,8 3 7 .6 3

$ 2 1 9 ,9 5 2 .0 6
5 0 ,4 0 3 .1 1
2 7 .5 0

$ 5 5 9 ,5 5 3 .3 8
1 4 0 ,8 5 6 .1 7
4 3 9 .1 3

$ 6 ,2 6 9 .2 5

$ 1 2 2 ,4 0 9 ,6 2 1 .2 7

$ 1 0 ,4 2 4 ,7 7 7 .7 3

$ 5 ,3 4 7 ,1 5 8 .5 5

$ 4 1 3 7 3 ,8 9 2 .3 5

$ 1 8 1 ,6 8 1 0 4

$ 3 2 ,8 0 3 ,0 7 3 .5 6

>,442 .8 91 .1 7

$ 1 ,4 2 5 ,1 4 1 .9 0

$ 2 3 ,5 5 6 ,0 9 6 .6 2

$ 9 ,4 3 2 ,1 7 2 .8 6

$ 7 3 8 ,1 5 3 .2 0

$ 4 5 2 ,6 3 1 .5 0

$ 5 0 0 ,4 7 1 .3 0

$ 2 7 0 ,3 8 2 .6 7

$ 7 0 0 ,8 4 8 .6 8

$ 6 ,2 6 9 .2 5

$ 1 4 ,8 1 2 ,3 5 8 .9 4
3 2 9 ,3 4 0 ,4 1 6 .4 6
2 ,7 6 0 ,3 1 4 .6 0

$ 1 9 ,6 2 1 ,5 6 9 .1 5
1 6 ,9 3 9 ,3 9 7 .4 6
2 3 ,7 4 1 .1 0

$ 6 ,8 6 4 ,1 9 8 .6 7
2 ,6 3 7 ,9 6 3 .6 4
3 ,8 2 2 .5 0

$ 7 0 ,8 6 7 ,2 1 2 .9 0

$ 4 3 3 ,7 1 1 .5 0

$ 2 2 ,3 1 8 ,9 4 0 .0 1
9 3 ,0 9 3 ,3 4 2 .1 3
3 ,5 5 1 ,1 9 0 .5 2

$ 8 ,8 4 0 ,6 6 5 .0 6
1 6 ,3 9 9 ,9 4 8 .4 7
1 ,0 3 5 ,9 6 5 .0 6

$ 8 1 5 ,9 5 6 .5 8
4 ,3 3 5 ,0 0 1 .0 9
5 9 0 .2 6

$ 3 1 ,0 1 3 ,6 2 6 .9 6
3 7 ,7 9 5 ,9 7 5 .0 2
2 ,1 3 0 ,4 5 8 .3 9

$ 1 2 ,1 1 3 ,3 6 7 .5 2
1 1 ,2 4 9 ,0 9 1 .1 8
1 6 ,9 3 7 .9 4

$ 2 ,6 2 2 ,7 3 1 .0 0
1 ,5 1 0 ,6 3 0 .2 0
6 4 3 .0 0

$ 1 ,1 2 4 ,3 4 5 .5 0
3 3 4 ,6 3 9 .0 5
1 2 5 .0 0

$ 2 ,0 4 1 ,7 0 0 .2 3
3 7 8 ,8 8 3 .1 5

$ 6 1 2 ,6 9 3 .0 4
1 3 9 ,6 4 1 .3 7
' 1 ,8 8 7 .3 8

$ 3 ,9 7 3 ,4 4 7 .0 1
2 7 2 ,5 6 8 .3 5
6 5 ,8 7 2 .9 1

$ 5 1 8 ,3 0 8 .1 3

$ 3 4 6 ,9 1 3 ,0 9 0 .0 0

$ 3 6 ,5 8 4 ,7 0 7 .7 1

$ 9 ,5 0 5 ,9 8 4 .8 1

$ 7 0 ,8 6 7 ,2 1 2 .3 0

$ 4 3 3 ,7 1 1 .5 0

$ 1 1 8 ,9 6 3 ,4 7 2 .6 6

$ 2 6 ,2 7 6 ,5 7 8 .5 9

$ 5 ,1 5 1 ,5 4 7 .9 3

$ 7 0 ,9 4 0 ,0 6 0 .3 7

$ 2 3 ,3 7 9 ,3 9 6 .6 4

$ 4 ,1 3 4 ,0 0 4 .2 0

$ 1 ,4 5 9 ,1 0 9 .5 5

$ 2 ,4 2 0 ,5 8 3 .3 8

$ 7 5 4 ,2 2 1 .7 9

$ 4 ,3 1 1 ,8 8 8 .2 7

$ 5 1 8 ,3 0 8 .1 3

$ 3 4 6 ,2 7 8 ,6 5 8 .4 8

$ 3 9 ,2 1 5 ,7 2 2 .9 0

>,7 41 ,8 65 .5 2

$ 7 2 ,4 7 5 ,5 3 0 .5 8

$ 7 4 8 ,9 7 0 .6 9

$ 1 1 5 ,3 9 6 ,5 1 8 .0 2

$ 2 7 ,0 7 4 ,4 3 5 .5 5

$ 5 ,0 7 8 ,0 9 8 .2 1

$ 6 4 ,3 7 9 ,1 3 8 .8 9

$ 2 3 ,4 9 6 ,1 8 3 .4 2

$ 3 ,8 2 6 ,7 5 7 .9 4

$ 1 ,4 8 3 ,9 5 5 .5 0

$ 2 ,0 7 0 ,8 8 6 .3 3

$ 8 8 0 ,0 2 6 .3 2

$ 3 ,5 1 1 ,5 9 3 .8 6

$ 3 4 6 ,9 3 2 .9 9

C om m ercialS avin gs_____
T r u s t________
T o t a l.

LOS AN G ELES-

OAKLAND.

STATE

(excluding above) —

2 2 banks
1 7 branches

1 1 banks
5 branches

4 1 2 banks
4 9 branches

C om m ercialS avin gs_____
T r u s t________

C om m ercialS avin gs_____
T r u s t________
T o t a l________________

STATE

( a s a w h o le ).

4 7 2 banks
8 8 branches

C om m ercialS avin gs_____
T r u s t________
G rand T o t a l_______

R e po rt o f N o v. 1 9, 1 9 1 4 _____




110, 012.21

C apital Stock
P aid In

Surplus

Undivided Profits

Real Property

$ 5 5 ,0 6 5 .6 4
1 2 ,1 7 0 .8 0

T o t a i.

2 7 banks
1 7 branches

$ 2 ,6 5 2 ,1 5 1 .4 4
1 3 4 ,1 9 7 ,8 9 2 .9 7
2 8 2 ,3 5 0 .0 0

T o t a l.

S A N F ItA N C IS C O -

Total Resources
and Liab ilitie s

B ills Payable
(Including C e rtifi­
cates of Deposit,
representing money
borrowed)

Notes
Rediscounted

' Deposits Due
to Banks

In d ivid u a l
Deposits

S tate, County and
M unicipal Deposits

Postal Savings
Deposits

Other Liab ilities

Deposits of money
Reoeived from
Executors, A dm inis­

trators, Assignees,
Receivers and
Trustees

Personal Assets
Reoeived from
Exeoutors, A dm inis­
trators, Assignees,

Receivers and Trustees

Trusts Held as
Exeoutor, A dm inis­
tra to r for Guardian,
Assignee, Receiver
or Trustee, Under
Order or Deoree
of Any Court

> ,2 83 ,3 85 .4 1

$ 4 2 ,7 2 9 ,9 5 9 .0 9
2 0 4 ,2 8 6 ,7 8 4 .8 8

$ 1 ,7 6 9 ,2 4 0 .1 4
1 ,1 3 5 ,9 8 1 .4 2

$ 1 4 7 ,7 5 9 .2 2
9 2 ,4 5 6 .4 5

$ 3 ,0 2 0 ,5 3 4 .6 0
7 5 .4 1 4 .9 6
3 3 .2 2 3 .9 7

$ 9 1 ,5 8 7 .5 1

$ 4 7 5 ,1 9 3 .3 8

$ 1 4 ,5 0 0 ,8 5 0 .6 4

$ 9 ,2 8 3 ,3 8 5 .4 1

$ 2 4 7 ,0 1 6 ,7 4 3 .9 7

$ 2 ,9 0 5 ,2 2 1 .5 6

$ 2 4 0 ,2 1 5 .6 7

$ 3 ,1 2 9 ,1 7 3 .5 3

$ 9 1 ,5 8 7 .5 1

$ 4 7 5 ,1 9 3 .3 8

$ 1 4 ,5 0 0 ,8 5 0 .6 4

$ 7 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0

$ 9 5 0 ,2 9 9 .8 5

$ 1 7 ,3 9 0 ,9 0 4 .5 1
8 1 ,7 3 1 ,9 2 0 .1 6

$ 1 ,0 5 5 ,3 2 3 .4 4
1 ,5 3 1 ,7 5 4 .8 4

$ 1 9 8 ,1 1 7 .1 1
1 8 4 ,7 5 0 .0 0

$ 7 3 ,0 5 4 .1 5
2 7 ,7 9 1 .9 9
1 7 ,7 0 0 .0 0

$ 1 8 ,0 6 5 ,1 7 0 .6 2

$ 2 ,0 7 9 ,6 9 2 .0 0

$ 7 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0

$ 9 5 0 ,2 9 9 .8 5

$ 9 9 ,1 2 2 ,8 2 4 .6 7

$ 2 ,5 8 7 ,0 7 8 .2 8

$ 3 8 2 ,8 6 7 .1 1

$ 1 1 8 ,5 4 6 .1 4

$ 1 8 ,0 6 5 ,1 7 0 .6 2

$ 2 4 ,6 9 7 .2 7
3 6 8 ,2 8 2 .2 6

$ 7 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0

$ 4 3 9 ,9 0 0 .5 8

$ 3 ,5 1 5 ,9 2 5 .0 0
3 7 ,5 0 2 ,5 9 9 .3 6

$ 2 3 8 ,1 4 0 .0 9
1 ,1 5 8 ,8 0 0 .0 0

$ 9 0 ,0 0 4 .8 4

$ 1 2 5 ,8 6 8 .0 8
3 7 ,9 3 9 .1 3

$ 4 3 9 ,9 0 0 .5 8

$ 4 1 ,0 1 8 ,5 2 4 .3 6

$ 1 ,3 9 6 ,9 4 0 .0 9

$ 9 0 ,0 0 4 .8 4

$ 1 6 3 ,8 0 7 .2 1

$ 8 ,0 8 8 ,6 5 0 .0 0
5 ,8 4 8 ,9 0 0 .0 0
2 ,2 5 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0

$ 2 ,2 8 8 ,4 4 8 .0 4
8 ,7 5 7 ,9 6 0 .2 0
6 0 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0

$ 7 9 1 ,4 3 4 .1 9
2 ,6 3 7 ,6 6 4 .4 9
2 6 9 ,7 1 1 .5 4

$ 1 1 3 ,3 6 8 .5 6

$ 3 ,2 8 6 ,4 9 9 .6 5

$ 6 8 ,2 3 2 ,7 7 9 .2 5
2 2 2 ,8 3 5 ,1 6 2 .4 0
1 8 ,2 2 0 ,5 6 7 .0 4

$ 3 ,2 8 6 ,4 9 9 .6 5

$ 3 0 9 ,2 8 8 ,5 0 8 .6 9

$ 1 6 ,1 8 7 ,5 5 0 .0 0

$ 1 1 ,6 4 6 ,4 0 8 .2 4

$ 3 ,6 0 8 ,8 1 0 .2 2

$ 1 1 3 ,3 6 8 .5 6

$ 7 ,5 2 2 ,5 6 2 .1 2

$ 9 ,5 7 2 ,7 2 6 .5 5

$ 2 4 ,9 3 0 ,1 1 0 .4 2
9 0 ,9 6 0 ,9 6 7 .0 7
2 0 ,9 5 1 ,3 6 6 .8 5

$ 3 ,1 0 7 ,3 2 5 .0 0
3 ,9 7 5 ,7 7 5 .0 0
2 ,0 5 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0

$ 1 ,4 5 5 ,7 9 7 .0 7
2 ,4 2 1 ,5 6 8 .6 0
4 5 5 ,5 0 0 .0 0

$ 6 2 9 ,2 8 9 .2 9
1 ,0 8 7 ,4 0 6 .4 8
3 6 2 ,9 9 6 .2 3

$ 7 ,5 2 2 ,5 6 2 .1 2

> ,572,726.55

$ 1 3 6 ,8 4 2 ,4 4 4 .3 4

$ 9 ,1 3 3 ,1 0 0 .0 0

$ 4 ,3 3 2 ,8 6 5 .6 7

$ 8 9 0 ,5 6 0 .0 0
2 ,1 0 2 ,4 2 0 .0 0

____________

$ 3 6 ,8 4 5 .5 0

$ 4 2 7 ,2 7 0 .4 6

$ 4 ,5 0 0 .0 0

$ 5 ,9 6 9 ,0 3 5 .0 2
4 2 ,1 1 6 ,3 9 2 .4 7
7 3 8 ,7 4 2 .7 0

200 , 000.00

$ 6 6 3 ,9 4 4 .0 0
8 5 6 ,3 4 6 .8 8
5 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0

$ 3 6 ,8 4 5 .5 0

$ 4 2 7 ,2 7 0 .4 6

$ 4 ,5 0 0 .0 0

$ 4 8 ,8 2 4 ,1 7 0 .1 9

$ 3 ,1 9 2 ,9 8 0 .0 0

$ 1 ,5 7 0 ,2 9 0 .8 8

$ 3 9 2 ,9 7 9 .5 3

$ 7 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0

$ 6 ,2 9 8 ,2 5 9 .6 9
5 ,2 0 2 ,1 4 7 .3 8
1 0 ,1 0 8 .9 8

$ 2 ,9 2 7 ,2 4 3 .6 3
2 ,6 0 5 ,8 7 5 .3 2
4 3 ,1 0 2 .9 5

$ 1 4 8 ,5 3 5 .4 5

$ 1 ,0 3 8 ,8 0 0 .3 8
8 2 2 .5 7

$ 6 0 ,2 3 2 ,2 4 6 .6 6
1 3 1 ,6 3 5 ,6 0 6 .3 0

$ 6 ,0 3 7 ,2 8 5 .9 8
5 ,1 7 6 ,2 4 6 .4 1

$ 3 0 7 ,7 7 4 .6 2
3 0 6 ,5 6 4 .7 0

$ 5 6 9 ,7 1 6 .4 9

$ 1 9 ,0 4 3 ,9 0 4 .0 5
1 3 ,4 9 5 ,9 3 2 .6 1
1 ,4 2 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0

$ 2 ,7 5 7 ,5 0 5 .6 3
3 ,5 0 0 .0 0

$ 9 0 3 ,5 1 5 .0 6

$ 9 8 ,9 4 4 ,5 9 9 .3 8
1 5 8 ,5 1 4 ,9 7 5 .6 3
3 ,0 7 8 ,9 2 0 .1 9

$ 1 5 3 ,0 4 3 .2 9
8 8 .2 8 0 .3 4
3 ,9 3 5 .0 0

$ 3 6 ,4 0 4 .9 8

$ 6 ,2 6 9 .2 5

$ 1 ,5 5 9 ,0 9 9 .0 3

$ 9 0 3 ,5 1 5 .0 6

$ 5 6 9 ,7 1 6 .4 9

$ 2 6 0 ,5 3 8 ,4 9 5 .2 0

$ 3 3 ,9 5 9 ,8 3 6 .6 6

$ 1 1 ,5 1 0 ,5 1 6 .0 5

$ 5 ,5 7 6 ,2 2 1 .9 0

$ 2 ,( 6 1 ,0 0 5 .6 3

$ 1 4 8 ,5 3 5 .4 5

$ 1 ,0 3 9 ,6 2 2 .9 5

$ 1 9 1 ,8 8 7 ,8 5 2 .9 6

$ 1 1 ,2 1 3 ,5 3 2 .3 9

$ 6 1 4 ,3 3 9 .3 2

$ 2 4 5 ,2 5 8 .6 3

$ 3 6 ,4 0 4 .9 8

$ 6 ,2 6 9 .2 5

$ 1 ,5 5 9 ,0 9 9 .0 3

$ 1 0 ,7 0 6 ,4 4 8 .8 0
1 7 ,2 3 8 ,0 2 3 .0 6
1 ,1 1 5 ,6 0 8 .9 8

$ 4 ,3 7 2 ,6 6 4 .3 8
6 ,6 9 9 ,2 2 8 .5 5
6 7 5 .8 1 0 .7 2

$ 1 4 8 ,5 3 5 .4 5

$ 1 1 ,7 1 2 ,3 8 6 .2 2
8 2 2 .5 7

$ 1 2 3 ,8 6 9 ,0 3 5 .2 6
4 5 5 ,1 5 6 ,9 1 0 .7 0

$ 9 ,0 9 9 ,9 8 9 .6 5
9 ,0 0 2 ,7 8 2 .6 7

$ 6 5 3 ,6 5 0 .9 5
6 7 3 ,7 7 5 .9 9

$ 1 3 ,4 3 3 ,4 4 2 .6 9

$ 3 1 ,1 3 0 ,4 3 9 .0 5
2 5 ,4 2 3 ,0 2 7 .6 1
5 ,9 2 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0

$ 3 ,0 1 0 ,8 7 4 .1 9
3 ,5 0 0 .0 0

$ 1 9 ,4 4 6 ,2 9 7 .3 0

$ 1 9 8 ,0 7 6 ,5 2 4 .0 7
5 1 4 ,4 2 7 ,4 9 7 .5 7
4 2 ,9 8 9 ,5 9 6 .7 8

$ 3 ,3 7 2 ,5 0 0 .1 2
2 2 9 ,4 2 6 .4 2
5 4 ,8 5 8 .9 7

$ 1 2 7 ,9 9 2 .4 9

$ 5 1 8 ,3 0 8 .1 3

$ 3 4 ,5 7 7 ,0 1 7 .4 9

$ 1 9 ,4 4 6 ,2 9 7 .3 0

$ 1 3 ,4 3 3 ,4 4 2 .6 9

$ 7 5 5 ,4 9 3 ,6 1 8 .4 2

$ 6 2 ,4 7 3 ,4 6 6 .6 6

8 2 9 .0 6 0 .0 8 0 .8 1

$ 1 1 ,7 4 7 ,7 0 3 .6 5

$ 3 ,0 1 4 ,3 7 4 .1 9

$ 1 4 8 ,5 3 5 .4 5

$ 1 1 ,7 1 3 ,2 0 8 .7 9

$ 5 7 9 ,0 2 5 ,9 4 5 .9 6

$ 1 8 ,1 0 2 ,7 7 2 .3 2

$ 1 ,3 2 7 ,4 2 6 .9 4

$ 3 ,6 5 6 ,7 8 5 .5 1

$ 1 2 7 ,9 9 2 .4 9

$ 5 1 8 3 0 8 .1 3

$ 3 4 ,5 7 7 ,0 1 7 .4 9

$ 1 8 ,9 6 5 ,3 7 3 .5 7

$ 1 2 ,8 2 2 ,5 3 9 .4 0

$ 7 4 7 ,7 9 3 ,1 8 8 .1 7

$ 6 2 ,2 8 2 ,0 6 6 .6 6

$ 2 8 ,8 1 0 ,4 5 4 .7 6

$ 1 6 ,8 3 2 ,3 3 1 .9 1

$ 3 ,3 4 5 ,6 5 3 .6 1

$ 6 9 ,5 6 8 .9 1

$ 1 1 ,7 2 5 ,5 3 4 .0 3

$ 5 6 8 ,7 8 8 ,1 0 2 .2 5

$ 1 6 ,5 2 9 ,5 4 0 .8 8

$ 1 ,4 9 4 ,5 7 7 .3 3

$ 3 ,9 0 7 ,4 3 4 .3 3

$ 1 1 7 ,3 8 3 .3 1

$ 3 4 8 ,9 3 2 .9 9

$ 3 3 ,5 4 3 ,6 0 7 .2 0

Deduct from total re­
sources and liabilities
total trusts held.

$ 3 6 ,8 1 5 .5 0

$ 4 5 1 ,8 9 7 .2 0

$ 3 6 ,8 4 5 .5 0

$ 4 5 1 ,8 9 7 .2 0

1 8 6 8 5 - 8 - 1 0 - 1 5 — 2 ,0 0 0

STATE BANKING DEPARTMENT OF GAT,IFOR NTA
OFFICE OF SUPERINTENDENT, 704 POSTAL TELEGRAPH

BUILDING, SAN FRANCISCO

Abstract of the Report o f Condition of 468 State banks and 95 branch offices, as of June 23, 1915, comprising the reports of 126 commercial banks, 130 savings banks, 7 trust companies, and 205 departmental banks, compared with totals as shown by the Report of Condition of March 4, 1915.

LO A N S A N D
Looation

Num ber of
Bank* and
Branohe*

D IS C O U N T S
Overdrafts

Secured by
Real Estate

Secured by
Stocks and Bonds

Secured by
Other Collateral

A ll Other Loans
U nseoured

2 7 banks
1 9 branches

LOS A N G E L E S-

2 2 banks
1 4 branches

OAKLAND-

STATE

(excluding ab ove ).

1 1 banks
8 branches

4 0 8 banks
.5 4 branches

STATE

(a s a w h o le ).
4 6 8 banks
9 5 branches

$ 6 6 ,5 1 5 ,7 4 1 .1 5

$ 1 1 ,3 6 2 ,9 9 5 .0 8

$ 2 ,7 2 4 ,9 9 0 .9 4
1 0 ,6 8 2 ,6 3 5 .1 5
1 ,2 9 0 ,5 3 8 .1 6

$ 5 9 5 ,1 2 1 -9 9
2 ,2 4 4 ,3 1 0 .1 8

$ 1 9 ,4 4 8 .5 3
1 ,1 5 3 ,3 0 7 .0 3

$ 4 ,5 6 1 ,1 8 7 .5 6
9 ,5 5 6 ,6 9 4 .2 8
6 4 7 ,4 7 7 .1 1

$ 1 ,7 6 0 ,8 6 8 .9 4
3 ,1 8 7 ,6 5 9 .6 6
1 ,8 0 9 .0 3

$ 1 6 ,1 4 7 .5 9

$ 1 4 ,6 9 8 ,1 6 4 .2 5

$ 2 ,8 3 9 ,4 3 2 .1 7

$ 1 ,1 7 2 ,8 4 5 .5 6

$ 1 4 ,7 6 5 ,3 5 8 .9 5

$ 6 4 ,9 0 6 .2 4

$ 1 ,2 1 5 ,3 8 1 .5 1
7 ,5 3 4 ,8 8 5 .3 6
2 4 8 ,5 1 4 .5 9

$ 6 4 9 ,5 6 4 .4 1
2 ,5 4 4 ,1 1 8 .5 5

$ 3 1 ,0 5 2 .3 4
2 7 4 ,1 5 4 .9 5

$ 6 4 ,9 0 6 .2 4

$ 8 ,9 9 8 ,7 8 1 .4 6

$ 3 ,1 9 3 ,6 8 2 .9 6

$ 1 6 7 ,6 2 3 .7 7

$ 1 1 ,7 1 2 ,8 3 9 .3 6
2 0 ,6 1 0 ,1 3 6 .9 9
3 6 3 ,6 9 6 .4 2

$ 1 6 7 ,6 2 3 .7 7
$ 3 9 4 ,2 6 1 .9 6

$ 3 ,6 2 0 ,9 7 2 .1 4
5 ,0 5 9 ,8 6 5 .4 2
2 6 ,0 8 0 .8 9

$ 5 3 5 ,6 3 0 .5 1
8 9 6 ,4 5 7 .0 4
8 ,7 8 7 .5 0

$ 8 ,9 0 2 ,0 7 7 .8 4

$ 1 6 ,1 4 7 .5 9

$ 6 1 ,5 5 2 ,8 5 5 .8 8

3 ,7 0 6 ,9 1 8 .4 5

$ 1 ,4 4 0 ,8 7 5 .0 5

3,90 2 ,07 7 .8 4

C om m ercial____
S avin gs_________
T r u s t ___________

$ 2 3 4 ,1 8 4 .1 2
2 8 ,1 8 5 ,4 6 1 .7 5

$ 6 1 9 ,8 2 3 .5 9
6 4 2 ,9 4 3 .5 4

$ 3 3 0 ,7 8 8 .2 4
9 9 ,5 5 5 .7 4

$ 1 ,9 5 0 ,4 0 6 .9 6

$ 2 8 ,4 1 9 ,6 4 5 .8 7

$ 1 ,2 6 2 ,7 6 7 .1 3

$ 4 3 0 ,3 4 3 .9 8

$ 1 ,9 5 0 ,4 0 6 .9 6

$ 1 0 ,9 8 8 ,8 8 5 .5 9
1 1 0 ,7 6 0 ,5 0 3 .8 6
1 ,1 9 7 ,6 2 4 .8 9

$ 4 ,3 8 7 ,7 8 8 .9 6
5 ,7 2 6 ,3 5 1 .3 2

$ 4 ,2 6 3 ,1 5 7 .7 3
1 ,2 3 8 ,0 4 7 .1 3

$ 4 2 ,4 6 6 ,9 4 3 .2 0

$ 1 2 2 ,9 4 7 ,0 1 4 .3 4

$ 1 0 ,1 1 4 ,1 4 0 .2 8

$ 5 ,5 0 1 ,2 0 4 .8 6

$ 4 2 ,4 6 6 ,9 4 3 .2 0

$ 1 4 ,0 3 0 ,1 4 5 .7 9
3 3 4 ,8 9 8 ,6 5 6 .0 4
2 ,7 8 2 ,9 7 3 .1 3

$ 1 7 ,3 7 0 ,5 7 5 .3 2
1 7 ,4 1 1 ,2 2 0 .1 2
3 3 ,8 2 2 .8 7

£ 8 .0 3 4 ,0 4 4 .4 3
2 ,6 1 5 ,9 7 0 .6 4
8 ,7 8 7 .5 0

$ 7 3 ,3 9 9 ,5 1 6 .6 2

$ 3 5 1 ,7 1 1 ,7 7 4 .9 6

$ 3 4 ,8 1 5 ,6 1 8 .3 1

$ 1 0 ,6 5 8 ,8 0 2 .5 7

$ 7 3 ,3 9 9 ,5 1 6 .6 2

$ 3 4 6 ,9 1 3 ,0 9 0 .0 0

$ 3 6 ,5 8 4 ,7 0 7 .7 1

R ep ort o f M arch 4 , 1 9 1 5 ___

$ 9 ,5 0 5 ,9 8 4 .8 1

$ 7 0 ,8 6 7 ,2 1 2 .9 0




Cheoks and
Other Cash Items

Other Resources

Other Currency

$ 2 ,4 3 1 ,0 1 8 .0 0

$ 4 5 1 ,1 4 2 .2 9
5 9 ,7 8 5 ,9 6 5 .3 5
1 ,3 1 5 ,7 4 8 .2 4

G rand T o t a l__

Other
Law ful Money

$ 6 ,8 0 7 ,0 2 2 .3 5

$ 1 4 ,7 3 1 ,7 9 2 .4 5

C om m ercialS avin gs_____
T r u s t________

Speoie

$ 2 7 ,2 4 3 ,4 5 6 .6 3

$ 1 4 5 ,5 8 4 .3 6

T o t a l__

Due from Banks

$ 2 ,7 2 0 ,2 3 8 .4 7

$ 2 0 ,0 8 0 ,0 8 8 .6 2

C om m ercialS avin gs_____
T r u s t________

Exchanges for
Clearing House

$ 2 1 3 ,0 1 0 .0 0
1 2 8 ,0 7 0 .0 0

$ 3 ,2 8 6 ,3 7 8 .6 8

T o ta l__

HAND

$ 1 ,5 7 0 ,6 0 0 .0 0
8 6 0 ,4 1 8 .0 0

$ 1 3 8 ,7 9 2 ,2 5 8 .8 7

C om m ercialSav in gs_____
T r u s t________

ON

$ 3 ,6 3 5 ,4 3 6 .3 6
3 ,1 1 3 ,8 2 2 .6 0
5 7 ,7 6 3 .3 9

$ 1 4 5 ,5 8 4 .3 6

T o t a l__

C AS H

$ 1 3 ,9 3 0 ,9 2 1 .5 2
1 2 ,2 3 6 ,5 2 4 .7 7
1 ,0 7 6 ,0 1 0 .3 4

$ 2 0 ,0 8 0 ,0 8 8 .6 2

$ 2 ,3 5 5 ,9 3 3 .7 9
1 3 6 ,1 6 6 ,7 2 5 .0 8
2 6 9 ,6 0 0 .0 0

Other
Real Estate Owned

$ 1 9 9 ,7 8 6 .9 7
2 ,5 2 0 ,4 5 1 .5 0

$ 2 ,9 0 4 ,4 6 7 .9 5
3 8 1 ,9 1 0 .7 3

C om m ercialS avin gs_____
T r u s t________

ACTUAL
Bank Premises,
F urniture
and Fixtures,
Safe Deposit V aults

$ 3 ,3 9 5 ,6 1 0 .9 5
6 ,7 8 1 ,6 1 4 .3 3
1 ,1 8 5 ,7 6 9 .8 0

$ 8 ,7 4 1 ,9 0 0 .6 3
5 ,9 8 2 ,0 5 9 .8 4
7 ,7 4 1 .9 8

T o t a l.

SAN F R A N C IS C O .

Bonds and Other
Securities (in c lu d ­
ing Prem ium thereton
less a ll offsetting
bond adjustment
accounts)

T R U S T S IN V E S T E D U N D E R O R D E R
O F C O U R T OR IN A C C O R D A N C E
W IT H P R O V IS IO N S OF T R U S T

Personal' Assets
Received from
Executors, A dm inis­
trators, Assignees,
Receivers or Trustees

Personal Property

$ 7 2 6 ,4 1 6 .5 1
5 9 ,3 4 3 .1 9

$ 1 7 4 ,3 4 0 .8 8
4 5 ,7 9 7 .4 3

$ 2 ,4 8 9 ,5 5 4 .4 9
3 2 8 ,2 8 7 .4 1
5 8 ,3 4 2 .5 4

$ 2 ,4 9 9 ,4 9 7 .3 8

$ 1 3 ,5 2 4 ,9 4 5 .6 6

$ 3 4 1 ,0 8 0 .0 0

$ 7 8 5 ,7 5 9 .7 0

$ 2 2 0 ,1 3 8 .3 1

$ 2 ,8 7 6 ,1 8 4 .4 4

$ 2 ,4 9 9 ,4 9 7 .3 8

$ 1 3 ,5 2 4 ,9 4 5 .0 6

$ 5 2 4 ,7 8 6 .0 0
4 3 2 ,7 9 7 .0 0
7 6 .0 0

$ 2 9 5 ,6 8 6 .0 0
5 8 ,6 0 5 .0 0
2 ,0 5 7 .0 0

$ 4 5 5 ,7 8 6 .9 0
6 1 ,4 1 6 .7 0

$ 1 3 3 ,1 3 6 .5 9
1 6 ,1 8 3 .9 0
9 6 3 :7 7

$ 1 0 6 ,0 8 7 .0 5
4 8 ,8 8 0 .3 9
7 8 ,5 5 1 .6 7

$ 7 ,3 8 1 ,2 3 0 .8 9

$ 4 ,9 5 0 ,3 3 7 .6 3

$ 9 5 7 ,6 5 9 .0 0

$ 3 5 6 ,3 4 8 .0 0

$ 5 1 7 ,2 0 3 .6 0

$ 1 5 0 ,2 8 4 .2 6

$ 2 3 1 ,5 1 9 .1 1

$ 7 ,3 8 1 ,2 3 0 .8 9

$ 1 ,1 1 5 ,2 8 3 .3 4
3 ,1 4 4 ,1 8 3 .2 8
4 4 ,1 6 6 .2 0

$ 3 6 1 ,3 6 7 .7 0
8 1 3 ,9 2 8 .1 6

$ 5 3 ,0 6 0 .0 0
7 2 ,6 9 6 .0 0

$ 1 0 6 ,5 2 6 .0 0
1 6 ,3 5 8 .0 0

$ 9 5 ,2 1 5 .8 1
2 8 ,1 3 4 .0 7

$ 1 1 ,2 7 9 .6 6
1 ,4 9 9 .7 3

$ 4 ,3 0 3 ,6 3 2 .8 2

$ 1 ,1 7 5 ,2 9 5 .8 6

$ 1 2 5 ,7 5 6 .0 0

$ 1 2 2 ,8 8 4 .0 0

$ 1 2 3 ,3 4 9 .8 8

$ 1 2 ,7 7 9 .3 9

$ 1 9 1 ,6 4 5 .1 3

£ 4 ,7 7 9 ,2 4 2 .1 6
5 ,0 1 9 ,1 3 6 .5 3
1 ,2 1 0 .6 S

$ 5 9 1 ,3 7 5 .8 8
9 1 0 ,5 6 6 .7 2

$ 1 2 ,1 0 8 ,0 9 1 .5 2
1 0 ,8 2 4 ,4 5 1 .3 4
1 9 8 ,2 6 5 .3 9

$ 5 ,2 9 8 ,2 3 8 .1 5
3 ,6 5 2 ,3 6 8 .4 1
3 ,6 8 8 .2 7

$ 6 1 3 ,1 8 6 .0 0
2 7 9 ,9 8 6 .0 0
1 7 .0 0

$ 3 5 2 ,3 2 8 .0 0
1 0 1 ,2 2 4 .3 7
1 4 5 .0 0

$ 2 9 2 ,3 5 2 .7 2
5 0 ,9 8 1 .4 5

$ 2 3 6 ,4 3 1 .8 2
5 1 ,7 2 2 .3 1
1 5 1 .2 5

$ 3 5 4 ,1 7 6 .1 0
1 6 1 ,0 0 8 .9 0
1 ,8 7 6 .1 6

$ 1 5 S ,9 0 7 .1 7

$ 3 2 ,6 8 6 ,6 7 2 .7 7

),7 9 9 ,5 S 9 .3 7

$ 1 ,5 0 1 ,9 4 2 .6 0

$ 2 3 ,1 3 0 ,S 0 8 .2 5

$ 8 ,9 5 4 ,2 9 4 .8 3

$ 8 9 3 ,1 8 9 .0 0

$ 4 5 3 ,6 9 7 .3 7

$ 3 4 3 ,3 3 4 .1 7

$ 2 8 8 ,3 0 ^ .3 8

$ 5 1 7 ,0 6 1 .1 6

$ 1 5 8 ,9 0 7 .1 7

$ 2 2 ,5 5 9 ,1 1 6 .0 7
9 7 ,0 5 6 ,0 6 8 .7 2
3 ,2 8 4 ,1 7 4 .8 4

$ 9 ,4 1 9 ,5 3 9 .5 1
1 6 ,5 8 9 ,1 7 9 .5 9
1 ,1 8 6 ,9 8 0 .4 8

$ 8 4 1 ,6 6 3 .7 2
4 ,8 5 8 ,5 7 0 .2 0

$ 3 1 ,7 1 5 ,4 $ 3 .9 4
3 5 ,7 6 1 ,8 5 3 .6 7
1 ,9 6 5 ,9 1 9 .0 4

$ 1 1 ,0 5 5 ,9 1 1 .1 5
1 0 ,7 6 7 ,7 7 8 .8 3
6 3 ,2 6 0 .6 9

$ 2 ,7 6 1 ,6 3 2 .0 0
1 ,6 4 5 ,8 9 7 .0 0
9 3 .0 0

$ 9 6 7 ,5 5 0 .0 0
3 0 4 ,2 5 7 .3 7

$ 1 ,5 6 9 ,7 7 1 .9 4
1 9 9 ,8 7 5 .4 1

$ 5 5 5 ,1 8 8 .9 5
1 1 5 ,2 0 3 .3 7
1 ,1 1 5 .0 2

$ 3 ,1 4 0 ,9 7 9 .6 6
5 3 6 ,6 5 9 .8 1
1 3 8 ,7 7 0 .3 7

$ 2 ,6 8 8 ,9 0 0 .0 5

$ 3 9 4 ,2 6 1 .9 6

$ 1 2 2 ,8 9 9 ,3 5 9 .6 3

$ 2 7 ,1 9 5 ,6 9 9 .5 8

$ 5 ,7 0 0 ,2 3 3 .9 2

$ 6 9 ,4 4 3 ,2 5 6 .6 5

$ 2 1 ,8 8 6 ,9 5 0 .6 7

$ 4 ,4 0 7 ,6 2 2 .0 0

$ 1 ,2 7 4 ,0 0 9 .3 7

$ 1 ,7 6 9 ,6 4 7 .3 5

$ 6 7 1 ,5 0 7 .3 4

$ 3 ,8 3 6 ,4 0 9 .8 4

$ 4 3 3 ,7 1 1 .5 0

$ 1 1 8 ,9 6 3 ,4 7 2 .6 6

$ 2 6 ,2 7 6 ,5 7 8 .5 9

$ 5 ,1 5 1 ,5 4 7 .9 3

$ 7 0 ,9 4 0 ,0 6 0 .3 7

$ 2 3 ,3 7 9 ,3 9 6 .6 4

$ 4 ,1 3 4 ,0 0 4 .2 0

$ 1 ,4 5 9 ,1 0 0 .5 5

$ 2 ,4 2 0 ,5 8 3 .3 8

$ 7 5 4 ,2 2 1 .7 9

$ 4 ,3 1 1 ,8 8 8 .2 7

$ 6 ,9 0 5 ,9 0 1 .2 6
5 8 ,2 2 8 ,4 1 1 .2 2
1 ,3 8 1 ,4 2 5 .6 7

Capital Stook
Paid In

Surplus

Undivided Profits

Property

$ 1 9 1 ,1 6 2 .0 2
483 .1 1

$ 3 0 5 ,2 0 7 .2 9

Real

To ta l Resources
and Liab ilities

B ills Payable
(including C e rtifi­
cates of Deposit,
representing money
borrowed)

Notes
Rediscounted

Deposits Due
to Banks

In d ivid u a l
Deposits

S tate, County and
M unicipal Deposits

Other Liab ilities

Deposits of money
Received from
Executors, A dm inis­
trators, Guardians.
Assignees. Receivers
or Trustees

Personal Assets
Reoeived from
Exeoutors, A dm inis­
trators, Assignees,
Receivers or
Trustees

Trusts Held as
Executor, A dm inis­
tra to r fo r G uardian,
Assignee, Receiver
or Trustee, Under
Order or Decree
of Any Court

Number
of
Depositors

5 6 ,1 6 4
3 2 3 ,4 4 7

$ 8 ,0 8 8 ,6 5 0 .0 0
5 ,8 7 4 ,9 0 0 .0 0
2 ,2 5 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0

$ 2 ,2 8 8 ,4 4 8 .0 4
8 ,2 0 2 ,3 9 7 .1 5
6 2 5 ,0 0 0 .0 0

$ 9 3 6 ,2 5 7 .6 6
5 ,3 5 5 ,9 7 3 .5 5
2 9 5 ,9 2 8 .9 1

$ 9 7 ,5 7 4 .6 7

),8 6 4 ,2 2 1 .6 3

$ 4 1 ,3 4 7 ,6 7 0 .2 7
2 0 5 ,8 5 8 ,1 1 0 .8 5

$ 1 ,7 6 1 ,6 9 5 .7 1
1 ,1 4 5 ,7 0 5 .4 2

$ 1 4 6 ,2 2 5 .7 4
4 8 ,3 0 4 .4 2

$ 2 ,9 7 0 ,0 0 9 .7 4

$ 6 7 ,4 6 9 ,6 4 7 .2 9
2 2 6 ,8 3 3 ,4 3 6 .1 0
2 3 ,0 3 1 ,1 0 6 .5 0

$ 2 ,9 3 8 ,9 0 3 .5 7
3 4 8 ,0 4 4 .7 1
3 2 ,1 8 1 .4 4

$ 8 4 ,8 6 5 .4 4

$ 2 ,4 9 9 ,4 9 7 .3 8

$ 1 7 ,2 4 3 ,6 3 3 .3 3

$ 2 ,9 7 0 ,0 0 9 .7 4

$ 3 1 7 ,3 3 4 ,1 8 9 .8 9

$ 1 6 ,2 1 3 ,5 5 0 .0 0

$ 1 1 ,1 1 5 ,8 4 5 .1 9

> .588,160.12

$ 9 7 ,5 7 4 .6 7

$ 9 ,8 6 4 ,2 2 1 .6 3

$ 2 4 7 ,2 0 5 ,7 8 1 .1 2

$ 2 ,9 0 7 ,4 0 1 .1 3

$ 1 9 4 ,5 3 0 .1 6

$ 3 ,3 1 9 ,1 2 9 .7 2

$ 8 4 ,8 6 5 .4 4

$ 2 ,4 9 9 ,4 9 7 .3 8

$ 1 7 ,2 4 3 ,6 3 3 .3 3

$ 1 ,4 3 9 ,2 9 7 .0 7
2 ,4 4 2 ,5 6 8 .6 0
5 0 5 ,5 0 0 .0 0

$ 5 5 6 ,1 3 4 .5 9
1 ,0 5 5 ,6 9 7 .9 7
4 2 1 ,0 6 3 .2 8

$ 1 2 5 ,0 0 0 .0 0

$ 8 1 1 ,0 3 7 .4 5
1 4 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0

$ 1 7 ,5 0 5 ,2 0 3 .1 7
8 3 ,8 7 8 ,0 4 2 .2 0

$ 9 3 4 ,3 3 4 .4 1
1 ,4 9 4 ,0 6 2 .6 4

$ 1 7 7 ,2 5 5 .5 0
1 8 2 ,0 5 0 .0 5

$ 4 ,7 5 0 ,2 5 5 .9 9

$ 2 4 ,7 0 3 ,0 7 0 .8 7
9 3 ,1 8 2 ,8 6 7 .1 0
1 5 ,5 0 3 ,5 7 6 .2 5

$ 3 ,1 0 2 ,3 2 5 .0 0
3 ,9 8 0 ,7 7 5 .0 0
2 ,0 5 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0

$ 5 2 ,4 8 3 .6 8
9 ,6 7 0 .6 4
1 8 ,0 0 0 .0 0

$ 1 2 ,5 0 9 ,0 1 2 .9 7

$ 4 ,7 5 0 ,2 5 5 .9 9

$ 1 3 3 ,3 8 9 ,5 1 4 .2 2

$ 9 ,1 3 3 ,1 0 0 .0 0

$ 4 ,3 8 7 ,3 6 5 .6 7

$ 2 ,0 3 2 ,8 9 5 .8 4

$ 1 2 5 ,0 0 0 .0 0

$ 9 5 1 ,0 3 7 .4 5

$ 1 0 1 ,3 8 3 ,2 4 5 .3 7

$ 2 ,4 2 8 ,3 9 7 .0 5

$ 3 5 9 ,3 0 5 .5 5

$ 8 0 ,1 5 4 .3 2

$ 1 2 ,5 0 9 ,0 1 2 .9 7

$ 8 8 9 ,8 0 0 .0 0
2 ,1 0 7 ,2 0 0 .0 0

$ 1 9 ,8 4 6 .3 9
8 4 7 ,7 4 8 .0 7

$ 1 0 5 ,0 0 0 .0 0

$ 4 6 0 ,7 8 8 .5 7

$ 3 ,8 6 3 ,1 7 8 .8 5
3 8 ,1 9 8 ,8 2 6 .3 5

$ 3 6 6 ,4 3 1 .6 5
1 ,2 0 8 ,4 3 4 .1 5

$ 8 9 ,5 6 6 .3 7

$ 6 6 5 ,7 6 2 .6 3
4 9 ,2 8 0 .4 2

$ 8 6 7 ,5 9 4 .4 6

$ 1 0 5 ,0 0 0 .0 0

$ 4 2 ,0 6 2 ,0 0 5 .2 0

$ 1 ,5 7 4 ,8 6 5 .8 0

$ 8 9 ,5 6 6 .3 7

$ 7 1 5 ,0 4 3 .0 5

$ 5 9 ,9 S 5 ,5 4 3 .8 1
1 3 0 ,7 7 3 ,4 4 8 .2 9

$ 5 ,2 3 1 ,7 8 4 .4 9
5 ,2 8 2 ,7 2 9 .3 8

$ 2 7 9 ,7 6 9 .9 5
2 9 5 ,0 2 0 .1 1

$ 1 4 3 ,7 6 4 .4 9
1 4 3 ,2 9 0 .6 2
3 ,5 6 7 .2 2

$ 3 9 ,0 0 6 .4 2

$ 1 5 8 ,9 0 7 .1 7

$ 2 ,0 1 0 ,3 3 6 .8 9

$ 1 5 8 ,9 0 7 .1 7

$ 2 ,0 1 0 ,3 3 6 .8 9

$ 3 0 ,4 9 5 .5 0

2 , 202.00

Postal Savings
Deposits

$ 4 2 6 ,8 1 4 .7 9

$ 4 ,5 0 0 .0 0

$ 7 ,0 3 0 ,0 0 1 .9 4
4 3 ,3 5 8 ,4 0 2 .2 4
7 5 4 ,4 9 1 .0 8

200,000.00

$ 6 5 9 ,1 9 3 .8 5
8 5 7 ,3 4 6 .8 8
5 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0

$ 3 0 ,4 9 5 .5 0

$ 4 2 6 ,8 1 4 .7 9

$ 4 ,5 0 0 .0 0

$ 5 1 ,1 4 2 ,8 9 5 .2 6

$ 3 ,1 9 7 ,0 0 0 .0 0

$ 1 ,5 6 6 ,5 4 0 .7 3

$ 1 ,2 7 3 ,0 0 2 .3 8

$ 6 2 0 ,5 1 6 .4 9

$ 9 8 ,6 1 2 ,6 6 0 .9 6
1 5 9 ,3 8 6 ,4 8 5 .3 3
3 ,8 1 9 ,1 0 1 .1 0

$ 1 8 ,9 6 1 ,6 5 4 .0 5
1 3 ,4 2 6 ,8 8 2 ,6 1
1 ,5 2 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0

$ 6 ,2 8 9 ,2 4 2 .4 0
5 ,1 9 6 ,2 3 5 .5 2
1 2 ,9 7 8 .9 8

5 3 ,1 7 8 ,4 5 8 .2 7
4 ,2 6 2 .4 5 6 .4 5
7 4 ,3 0 4 .4 2

_______ J_____

$ 1 ,2 7 3 ,0 0 2 .3 8

$ 6 2 0 ,5 1 6 .4 9

$ 2 6 1 ,8 1 8 ,2 4 7 .3 9

$ 3 3 ,9 0 8 ,5 3 6 .6 6

$ 1 1 ,4 9 8 ,4 5 6 .9 0

$ 7 ,5 1 5 ,2 1 9 .1 4

$ 3 ,4 5 8 ,1 2 2 .4 0

$ 9 4 ,6 9 0 .4 5

$ 3 1 ,0 4 2 ,4 2 9 .0 5
2 5 ,3 8 9 ,7 5 7 .6 1

6 ,020 ,000.00

$ 4 ,6 9 0 ,6 9 6 .9 1
1 1 ,5 2 1 ,8 7 6 .0 4
7 9 1 ,2 9 6 .6 1

$ 3 ,7 7 9 ,2 7 4 .6 7
6 ,4 2 2 .4 0

$ 8 ,3 4 5 ,2 8 2 .2 2

$ 1 0 ,6 7 6 ,1 8 1 .3 6
1 6 ,6 9 8 ,5 4 8 .1 5
1 ,1 9 3 ,4 7 8 .9 8

$ 9 4 ,6 9 9 .4 5

$ 2 2 ,6 0 5 ,9 9 3 .7 2

$ 1 9 7 ,8 1 5 ,3 8 1 .0 6
5 2 2 ,7 6 1 ,1 9 0 .7 7
4 3 ,1 0 8 ,2 7 4 .9 3

$ 2 ,6 8 8 ,9 0 0 .0 5

$ 2 2 ,6 0 5 ,9 9 3 .7 2

$ 8 ,3 4 5 ,2 8 2 .2 2

$ 7 6 3 ,6 8 4 ,8 4 6 .7 6

$ 6 2 ,4 5 2 ,1 8 6 .6 6

$ 2 8 ,5 6 8 ,2 0 8 .4 9

$ 1 7 ,0 0 3 ,8 6 9 .5 6

$ 3 ,7 8 5 ,6 9 7 .0 7

$ 9 4 ,6 9 9 ,4 5

$ 1 2 ,2 7 2 ,0 9 1 .7 0

. $ 5 8 1 ,4 1 0 ,0 2 3 .7 9

$ 1 7 ,4 2 5 ,1 7 7 .8 0

$ 5 1 8 ,3 0 8 .1 3

$ 1 9 ,4 4 6 ,2 9 7 .3 0

$ 1 3 ,4 3 3 ,4 4 2 .6 9

$ 7 5 5 ,4 9 3 ,6 1 8 .4 2

$ 6 2 ,4 7 3 ,4 6 6 .6 6

$ 2 9 ,0 6 0 ,0 8 0 .8 4

$ 1 1 ,7 4 7 ,7 0 3 .6 5

$ 3 ,0 1 4 ,3 7 4 .1 9

$ 148,535^45

$ 1 1 ,7 1 3 ,2 0 8 .7 9

$ 5 7 9 ,0 2 5 ,9 4 5 .9 6

$ 1 8 ,1 0 2 ,7 7 2 .3 2

1
j

Deduct from total re­
sources and liabilities
total trusts held.

7 5 ,4 1 1
2 1 8 ,4 3 8

$ 3 ,4 5 1 ,7 0 0 .0 0
6 ,4 2 2 .4 0

$ 9 4 ,0 0 9 .4 5

$ 9 9 6 ,0 4 4 .0 5

$ 9 9 6 ,0 4 4 .0 5
$ 1 2 ,1 3 2 ,0 9 1 .7 0
$ 1 4 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0

2 9 3 ,8 4 9
1 6 ,3 9 5
9 0 ,3 7 6

$ 3 0 ,4 9 5 .5 0
$ 4 6 0 ,7 8 8 .5 7

3 7 9 ,6 1 1

$ 4 7 3 ,9 9 5 .5 8

$ 3 0 ,4 9 5 .5 0

$ 4 7 3 ,9 9 5 .5 8

1 0 6 ,7 7 1
2 1 8 ,3 8 9
3 5 1 ,8 4 4

$ 1 9 0 ,7 5 8 ,9 9 2 .1 0

$ 1 0 ,5 1 4 ,5 1 3 .8 2

$ 5 7 4 ,7 9 0 .0 6

$ 2 9 0 ,6 2 2 .3 3

$ 3 9 ,0 0 6 .4 2

$ 1 2 2 ,7 0 1 ,5 9 6 .1 0
4 5 8 ,7 0 8 ,4 2 7 .6 9

$ 8 ,2 9 4 ,2 4 6 .2 6
9 ,1 3 0 ,9 3 1 .5 4

$ 6 0 3 ,2 5 1 .1 9
6 1 4 ,9 4 0 .9 5

$ 3 ,8 0 0 ,9 1 4 .3 7
5 5 0 ,2 8 6 .3 9
5 3 ,7 4 8 .6 6

$ 1 2 3 ,8 7 1 .8 6

$ 2 ,6 8 8 ,9 0 0 .0 5

$ 3 2 ,2 3 6 ,9 7 8 .7 7

$ 1 ,2 1 8 ,1 9 2 .1 4

$ 4 ,4 0 4 ,9 4 9 .4 2

$ 1 2 3 ,8 7 1 .8 6

$ 2 ,6 8 8 ,9 0 0 .0 5

$ 3 2 ,2 3 6 ,9 7 8 .7 7

$ 1 ,3 2 7 ,4 2 6 .9 4

$ 3 ,6 5 6 ,7 8 5 .5 1

$ 1 2 7 ,9 9 2 .4 9

$ 5 1 8 ,3 0 8 ,1 3

$ 3 4 ,5 7 7 ,0 1 7 .4 9

5 7 0 ,2 3 3
3 6 6 ,3 5 9
9 8 4 ,1 0 5
1 ,3 5 0 ,4 6 4

INDEX,
A L P H A B E T IC A L
LETTER

IN D E X

OF

BANKS.

O F T R A N S M I T T A L ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------

i

S T A T E M E N T O F C O N D IT IO N O F S T A T E B A N K S A S O F J U N E 30, 1914

1

Bank No.
13(J.
389.
602.
5S3.
329.
612.
288.
43.
619.
507.
581.
476.
158.
232.
595.
202.
160.
222.
103.
281.
435.
588.
3.
421.
241.
201.
339.
106.
517.
5 8.
592.
94.
330.
425.
418.
456.
593.
506.
591.
65.
528.
5 99 .
499.
582.
131 .
504.
416.
317.
383.

A lam eda Savings B a n k ----------------------------A lham bra Savings B a n k --------------------------A ltu ra s State B a n k — --------------------------------“ A m ador V alley Savings B a n k ” — --------A m erican Savings B a n k o f A n a h e im ----A m erican State B a n k --------------------------------A n a ly Savings B a n k , T h e ------------------------A n glo-C aliforn ia T ru st C om pany-----------A ntelope V alley B a n k ______________________
A ntioch B ank o f Savings, T h e ---------------A re a ta Savings B a n k ---------------------------------A u b u rn Savings B a n k ----------------------------- —
“ A zu sa V alley Savings B a n k ” -----------------B a n k o f A la m eda C o u n ty________________
B a n k o f A le x B r o w n -----------------------------------B a n k of A m ad or C o u n ty_________________
B a n k o f A n tio ch -----------------------------------------B a n k o f A rbu ckle------------------ .-------------------B a n k o f A re a ta , T h e ------------------------- :---------B a n k of A rro y a G rande-------------------------.—
“ B a n k of B eaum ont” --------------------------------B a n k of B rentw ood ----------------------------------B a n k o f B ritish N orth A m erica -------------B a n k of B u rlin gam e-----------------------------------B a n k o f C am bria__________________________
“ B an k of C am pbell, T h e ” --------------------------“ B a n k o f C enterville” ______________________
“ B a n k o f Central C a liforn ia” __________
“ B a n k of Ceres” ---------------------------------------B a n k o f C hico----------------------------------------------B a n k of C how chilla________________________
B a n k o f Cloverdale________: _______________
_
B a n k o f C oalinga-----------------------------------------“ B ank of Commerce, T h e ” ________________
B ank of Com m erce and T ru st Com pany
“ B ank o f Concord” __________________________
B a n k o f C orning, T h e _ _____________________
B a n k of Crescent C ity ___ _________________
“ B a n k o f D a v is” ____________________________
“ B a n k of D ix o n ” ____________________________
B an k o f D o s P a lo s__________________________
“ B a n k of D o w n e y” ______ .__________ :_______
B a n k o f Elk G rove_________________________
B an k o f E sparto, T h e ______ _______________
B a n k of E ureka, T h e ______________________
B a n k o f F o lso m _____________________________
B a n k o f F o rt B id w ell______________________
B ank of F o rtu n a ____________________________
B a n k o f F ru itv a le __________________________

550.
469.
268.
555.
332.
1 94 .
358.
598.
32S.
153 .
209.
471.

B an k o f G a lt_________________________________
B a n k of Garden Grove, T h e _______________
B a n k o f G eyserville________________________
B ank o f G ilroy_____________________________
B a n k of G lendale____________________________
B an k o f Gonzales, T h e _____________________
B ank of Guerneville________________________
B ank o f G ustine_____________________________
B ank o f H a lfm oo n B a y ___________________
B a n k of H a y w a rd __________________________
B ank of H e m e t_______________________________
“ Batik o f H ighgrove” ________________________




L oca tion .

-A la m e d a
- A l h a m b r a _____________
-A lt u r a s ______________
-P l e a s a n t o n ___________
-A n a h e im
-B r a w le y
- S e b a s t o p o l __________
-S a n F r a n c is c o ______
- L a n c a s t e r ___________
-A n tio c h --------------------A r e a t a ______________
-E a s t A u b u r n _______
-A z u s a
-A lv a r a d o
-W a l n u t Grove
-J a ck so n
-A n tio c h ______________
-A rb u c k le ---------------- —
-A r e a t a ________________
-A r r o y o G r a n d e ______
- B e a u m o n t __._________
-B r e n t w o o d ------------------S a n F r a n c i s c o ______
- B u r l i n g a m e ---------------- C a m b r i a ______________
-C a m p b e ll _____________
-C e n te rville
-F r e s n o
-C e r e s _________________
-C h ic o _________________
-C h o w c h illa __________
-C l o v e r d a l e ___________
-C o a lin g a _____________
- O a k l a n d ______________
-S a n D i e g o ------------------ C o n c o r d ______________
-C o rn in g ----------------------C r e sc e n t C i t y -----------D a v i s _________________
- D i x o n ---------------------------D o s P a l o s ------------------D o w n e y ______________
-E l k G r o v e ___________
-E s p a r to ______________
- E u r e k a ------------------------- F o l s o m --------- ---------------F o r t B i d w e l l _________
- F o r t u n a ----------------------O a k la n d (fo rm erly
F ru itv a le ) _________
-G a lt ___________________
-G ard e n Grove ;_______
-G e y s e r v ille -----------.—
-G ilr o y -------------------------G le n d a le ------------,----------G o n z a le s --------------- -—
-G uern eville .__________
-G u stin e — ,---------------_H a If moon B a y ______
.H a y w a r d — ---------------.H e m e t _____ ______ ____
.H ig h grov e ____________

P age.

93
288
451
432
236
461
206
25
468
365
430
339
113
172
444
148
115
163
65'

200
319
437

2
310
179
147
244

66
375
35
441
61
237
313
308
327
442
364
440
40
386
448
357
431

88
362
307
227
2,84
404
333
191
408
239
148
261
447
2 35 .
108
15.3
335

508

INDEX.
A L P H A B E T IC A L IN D E X O F B A N K S — Continued.

Bank No.
(33. B a n k o f H o lliste r-----------------------------575.
“ B a n k of H oplan d ” _______________
125.
“ B a n k o f H uenem e” ______________
5 0 2 . B a n k o f H ughson, T h e -------------------302.
B a n k of H u n tin gton P a rk _______
2 5 . B a n k o f I ta ly ------------------------------------6 8 . “ B a n k of Lake, T h e ” ______________
4 7 2 . B a n k of L a M e sa ____________________
4 9 6 . B a n k o f L ankershim _______________
1 81 . “ B a n k o f L assen C ou n ty” ------------1 6 6 . “ B a n k o f Lem oore” _________________
3 4 3 . B a n k o f A . L evy ( In corp orated ) .
2 3 7 . B a n k o f L in co ln _____________________
1 1 8 . “ B a n k o f L od i” _____________________
4 6 1 . B a n k o f L o le ta ______________________
140.
B a n k o f L om poc__________________
5 8 7 . B a n k o f L oo m is-------------------------------3 4 6 . B a n k o f L o s B a n o s_________________
9 3. B a n k o f L o s Gatos, T h e ----------------5 1 2 . B a n k o f M aricop a__________________
6 4 . B a n k o f M artin e z__________________
4 0 0 . B a n k o f M ill V a lle y _______________
5 3 0 . “ B a n k of M ilp ita s” -------------------------1 6 5 . “ B a n k o f M onterey, T h e ” __________
3 5 5 . “ B a n k o f M organ H ill’ ____________
5 7. B a n k o f N a p a ________________________
3 5 1 . B a n k of Needles_____________________
2 8 0 . B a n k o f N ew castle_________________
2 6 6 . B a n k o f N ew m an __________________
3 7 5 . B a n k o f N o rw alk ___________________
107 .
B a n k o f Orland, T h e ______________
1 77 . B a n k o f O roville___________________
2 8 2 . “ B a n k o f Pacific G rove” ___________
1 8 0 . “ B a n k o f P alo A lto , T h e ” ________
520.
B a n k o f P atterson _______ :________
4 7 0 . “ B a n k o f P erris” ___________________
3 5 6 . B a n k o f P inole______________________
5 4 9 . B a n k o f P la n ad a___________________
1 8 3 . B a n k o f P leasanton _______________
3 3 8 . B a n k o f P o in t A re n a ______________
5 6 2 . “ B a n k of P rinceton” ___________
2 3 8 . “ B a n k o f Richm ond” ______________
1 17 . B a n k o f R ideout, Sm ith & C o ___
2 9 7 . B a n k o f R io V is ta _________________
4 9 2 . B a n k of R ip o n ______________________
6 1 6 . B a n k o f San G abriel_______________
5 4 7 . “ B a n k o f San Jose” _______________
1 8 5 . “ B a n k o f San Leandro” ___________
3 6 4 . B a n k of S an Pedro_________________
511.
139.
198.
413.
386.
124.
333.
89.
8 0.
366.
178.
72.
212.
464.
66.
92.
71.
615.
176.
296.
8 6.

B a n k of San R a fa e l_______________
“ B a n k o f S an ta M aria, T h e ” ____
B a n k of S an ta M o n ica ____________
B a n k o f S au salito__________________
B a n k o f Sherm an___________________
“ B a n k o f Sm ith, E . Cooke, T h e ”
B a n k o f South San F ra n cisco____
B a n k o f S t. H elena, T h e __________
“ B a n k o f Suisun” __________________
“ B a n k o f Sunnyvale” ____________
B a n k o f T eh ach api___ ._________ L_.
B a n k o f T eh am a C o u n ty_________
B a n k o f T o m a les___________________
B a n k o f T r a c y ______________________
B a n k o f U k ia h ______________________
B a n k o f V aca ville __________________
B a n k o f W a tso n v ille _______________
B a n k o f W e ste r n P lacer__________
B a n k o f W illia m s __________________
B a n k o f W illit s _____________________
B a n k o f W illo w s ___________________




L oca tion .
Page.
.H o llister _______________
38
H o p l a n d __________________4 2 4
.H u e n e m e ---------- ------------- 82
H ughson ________________ 3 6 0
H u n tin gton P a r k _____ 2 6 4
-S an F rancisco
__
15
__
42
.L a k e p o r t -------.L a M e s a ---------— 336
354
.L ankershim —
_ _ 132
.S u s a n v i l l e -----120
.L e m o o r e ---------__ 248
.O x n a r d ________
.L incoln ______
_ _ 176
76
.Lodi ----------------328
.L o l e t a _________
__
97
Lom poc ______
436
.L o o m i s -----------_ _ 250
.L os B a n o s -----__
60
.L o s G a t o s ___
370
.M a r i c o p a -------—
39
M artinez -------__ 302
.M ill V a lle y _ _
388
.M i l p i t a s ---------119
.M o n t e r e y -------258
-M organ H ill _
34
.N a p a -------------255
.N e e d le s -----------199
. N e w c a s t l e ___
190
.N ew m an ______
277
.N o r w a l k ______
—
67
.O r l a n d -----------129
- O r o v i l l e ---------201
.P acific G rove
131
.P a lo A l t o -----378
.P a t t e r s o n -------334
.P e r r i s _________
259
.P i n o l e -------------403
-P lanada ---------134
-P le a s a n t o n -----243
.P o in t A re n a _
413
.P r in c e t o n -------177
- R i c h m o n d -----75
- O r o v i l l e ______
214
-R io V i s t a -------350
. R i p o n -------------465
-S a n G abriel —
401
-S a n Jose -------136
.S a n Leandro _
.L os A n geles
(P . O.
San P e d r o ) -----------------2 6 6
San R a f a e l --------------------- 3 6 9
S anta M a r i a ---------------96
S an ta M o n i c a -----------------1 4 5
S a u s a l i t o ---------------------- 3 0 5
Sherm an ------------------------- 2 8 6
Pacific G r o v e -------------81
South S an F ra n c is c o - 2 4 0
S t. H e l e n a _____________
56
Suisun --------------------------50
Sunnyvale ----------------------- 2 6 8
.Tehachapi ----------------------- 1 3 0
.Red B l u f f _______________
44
.T o m a l e s __________________ 1 5 4
. T r a c y _____________________3 2 9
U k i a h ___________________
41
.V acaville ----------------------59
.W a t s o n v i l l e ------------------43
. L i n c o l n __________________ 4 6 4
W i l l i a m s _____ ___________1 2 8
.W illits ___________________ 2 1 3
. W i l l o w s _________ ^ -------54

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INDEX.
A L P H A B E T IC A L IN D E X O F B A N K S — Continued.
Bank
49.
91.
167.
5 39 .
347.
4 36 .
214.
3 41 .
2 44 .
577.
224.
2 7.
41.
193.
159.
250.
403.
5 70 .
552.
148.
81.
4 22 .
3 84 .
475.
174 .
411.
501.
613.
3 73 .
374.
370.
509 .
573 .
113 .
274.
380.
3S 8 .
569 .
525.

112.
4 15 .
17.
54.
269.
523 .

110.

578 .
558.
114.
400.
287.
204.
568.

102.
285 .

220 .
335.
618.
4 26 .
186 .

192
2 13 !
529.
39s!

No.

L oca tion .

P age.

29
“ B a n k of W ood lan d , T h e ” _______________________________ W o o d la n d ______________
B a n k of Y olo, T h e _________________________________________ W ood lan d -------------------58
“ Berkeley B a n k o f Savings and T ru st C om pany” ----- B e r k e le y ----------------------------121
B urbank Savings B a n k ___________________________________ B u r b a n k __________________ 3 9 5
B u tte County Savings B a n k ____________________________ Chico _____________________ 2 5 1
B u tte V a lle y State B a n k _________________________________D o rris ____________________3 2 0
“ Calaveras County B a n k ” _______________________________ A n gels C a m p _____________1 5 6
C alifornia Savings B an k, T h e ___________________________ P e t a l u m a _________________2 4 6
C a liforn ia Savings B a n k o f L o s A n geles______________ L o s A n g e le s ----------------------1 8 1
C aliforn ia Savings B a n k o f Sacram ento, C a lif., T h e _ S a c r a m e n t o ------------------ 4 2 6
C aliforn ia State B a n k o f San Bernardino____________San B e r n a r d in o -----------1 6 5
C anadian B ank of Com m erce, T h e (S a n F rancisco
A g e n cy ) __________________________________________________San F r a n c i s c o ________
17
Canton B a n k _______________________________________________S an F r a n c i s c o ________
24
C apital B an kin g and T ru st C o., T h e ___________________S a c r a m e n t o ______________ 1 4 2
Central Savings B a n k of O aklan d _____________________ O a k l a n d __________________ 1 1 4
Central B an k, T h e _______________________________________ S an ta B a r b a r a ________ 183
Central Savings B a n k of L odi, C a liforn ia____________Lodi ______________________ 2 9 8
C hino Savings B a n k ______________________________________ C h i n o _____________________ 4 2 0
“ C hula V ista State B a n k ” _______________________________ C h u la V i s t a ______________4 0 6
“ Citizens’ B a n k ” _________________________________________ C o r o n a ___________________ 1 0 4
“ Citizens’ B a n k ” _________________________________________ N evada C i t y ________ _ 51
_
“ C itizens’ B a n k of A rlin g to n ” ___________________________ R i v e r s i d e _________________3 1 1
C itizens’ B a n k o f F ru itva le, T h e _______________________ O akland (fo rm e rly
F ru itv a le ) -------------------2 8 5
Citizens’ B a n k o f Oak P a r k -------------------------------------------- Sacram ento (fo r ­
m erly O ak P a r k ) — 3 3 8
C itizens’ B a n k o f P aso R ob les___________________________ P a so R o b l e s _____________1 2 6
C itizens’ B a n k o f W in te rs:_______________________________ W in te r s __________________ 3 0 4
“ Citizens’ Com m ercial B a n k , T h e ” _____________________ F a l l b r o o k _________________3 5 9
C itizens’ Com m ercial and Savings B an k of S anta
A n a ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- S an ta A n a _______________ 4 6 2
C itizens’ Savings B a n k of A la m e d a ____________________ "A lam ed a ________________ 2 7 5
C itizens’ Savings B a n k o f C om pton____________________ C om pton _________________2 7 6
C itizens’ Savings B a n k ____________________________________L o s A ngeles ( P . O .
H o l l y w o o d ) ___________2 7 2
Citizens’ Savings B a n k o f Inglew ood__________________ Inglew ood _______________ 3 6 7
C itizens’ Savings B a n k o f P asadena____________________ P a s a d e n a _________________4 2 3
C itizens’ Savings B a n k o f San D iego_________________ San D iego _____________
72
C itizens’ Savings B a n k o f San Pedro_________________ L o s A ngeles ( P . O .
S an P e d r o ) ___________1 9 4
Citizens’ Savings B a n k o f U p la n d _____________________ U p l a n d ___________________ 2 8 1
Citizens’ State B a n k of Saw telle, C a liforn ia__________ S a w t e ll e __________________ 2 8 7
C itizens’ State Savings B a n k ___________________________ G a r d e n a __________________ 4 1 9
“ Citizens’ T ru st and Savings B a n k ” ___________________L os A n g e l e s ______________ 3 83
C ity Savings B a n k _________________________________________ S an ta C r u z ____________
71
C o lfax B a n k _______________________________________________ C o lfa x _ ___________________ 3 0 6
Colum bus Savings and L oan Society__________________ San F r a n c is c o __________
12
“ C olusa C ounty B a n k ” ___________________________________ C olu sa __________________
33
Com m ercial and Savings B ank o f Stockton__________ Stockton _________________ 192
Com m ercial and Savings B a n k o f Carpinteria, T h e _C arp in teria _____________ 3S1
“ Commercial B an k, T h e ” _________________________________S an ta B a r b a r a ------------69
“ Com m ercial B a n k o f D u rh am , T h e ” __________________ D u r h a m __________________ 4 2 7
Com m ercial B a n k of Sanger____________________________ S a n g e r ____________________ 4 1 0
“ Com m ercial B a n k o f San L u is O bispo” ______________ San L u is O b ispo----------73
Com m ercial B a n k of T urlock
T u rlo ck __________________2 95
U k i a h _____________________2 0 5
Com m ercial B a n k of U k ia h _________________
Com m ercial Savings B a n k o f M erced, T he
M e r c e d _____________ .___ 1 5 0
Com m ercial State B a n k ______________________
Oakdale __________________4 1 8
“ Consolidated B a n k o f E lsin ore” __________
E l s i n o r e ________________
64
P i t t s b u r g ________________ 2 0 3
“ C ontra C osta C ounty B a n k ” _______________
C ovina ___________________ 1 6 1
C ovina V a lle y Savings B a n k ----------------------P a s a d e n a ________________ 2 4 1
“ Crow n C ity T ru st and Savings B a n k ” __
467
C ulver C ity Com m ercial and Savings B a n k __________ C u lver C ity
314
C uyam aca State B a n k __________ _________________________E l C ajon
“ D a iry m an ’s B a n k, T h e ” _________________________________ V a lley F o r d ------------------- 1 3 7
Decker, Jew ett & C o. B a n k ______________________________ M a r y s v i l l e --------------------79
“ D el N orte C ounty B a n k ” ________________________________Crescent C i t y ----------------- 1 5 5
D in u ba Savings B a n k _____________________________________ D i n u b a ___________________ 3 8 7
“ D on oh oe-K elly B a n kin g C om pany” ____________________ San F r a n c i s c o ________
5
“ E agle Rock B a n k ” ______________________________________ E agle R o c k ______________ 2 9 4




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INDEX.
A L P H A B E T IC A L

N D E X O F B A N K S — Continued.

Location.
Page.
Bank No.
5 8 0 . E a s t S an D iego State B a n k -_____________________________ E a s t S an D ie g o _________ 4 2 9
5 4 2 . E l Segundo State B a n k __________________________________ E l S e g u n d o --------------------- 3 9 8
5G0. E scalon State B a n k _______________________________________ E s c a l o n --------------------------- 4 1 2
3 2 1 . Escondido Savings B a n k _________________________________ Escondido _______________ 2 2 9
94
1 3 7 . “ E uclid Savings B a n k ” _______________________ ____________ O ntario ________________
95
1 38 . E xchange B a n k ____________________________________________ S an ta R o s a ____________
F airoa k s ------------------------- 3 2 5
4 4 9 . F airoa k s B a n k ____________________________________________
5 5 1 . F arm e rs and M ech anics’ Savings B ank o f H ealdsb u r g _______________________________________________________ H eald sburg --------------------- 4 0 5
1 43 . F arm e rs and M ech anics’ Savings B a n k ________________ S a c r a m e n t o --------------------- 1 0 0
4 0 7 . F arm ers and M erchants’ B a n k __________________________ H em et ------------------------------3 0 0
3 9 7 . F arm e rs and M erchants’ B a n k o f Im p erial____________ I m p e r i a l ----------------------------2 9 3
2 6 3 . F arm e rs & M erchants’ B a n k ______ __________________ ____ M o d e s t o ----------------------------1 8 8
367.
F arm e rs and M erchants’ B a n k ________________________ S an ta P a u l a ------------------- 2 6 9
5 8 6 . F arm e rs & M erchants’ B a n k o f B u rb an k _____________ B u r b a n k __________________ 4 3 5
584.
F arm e rs and M erchants’ B a n k o f C om pton_________ C om pton ------------------------- 4 3 3
3 6 1 . F arm e rs and M erchants’ B a n k o f H a y w a rd __________ H a y w a r d ------------------------- 2 6 3
4 2 7 . F arm ers & M erchants’ B a n k o f L on g B e a c h __________ L on g B each ------------------- 3 1 5
1 2 1 . F arm e rs and M erch an ts’ B a n k of Stockton, C a li­
78
forn ia ____________________________________________ :________ Stockton ----------------------3 2 7 . F arm e rs and M erchants’ Savings B a n k ________________ L om p oc ----------------------------2 3 4
1 8 2 . “ F arm ers and M erchants Savings B a n k o f O a k ­
land, C a lifo rn ia ” _ ______________________________________ O a k l a n d ----------------------------133
3 5 0 . F arm ers and M erchants S tate B a n k ___________________ M ou n tain V i e w ---------------2 5 4
45
74. F a rm e rs’ B an k o f W h e a tla n d , T h e ____________________ W h e a t l a n d _____________
7 5. “ F a rm e rs’ Savings B a n k ” ________________________________ L ak eport ----------------------46
576.
F arm ers Savings B a n k o f S elm a_______________________ S e l m a _____________________4 2 5
1 8 4 . F erndale B a n k ____________________________________________ Fernd ale ------------------------- 135
3 53 . F illm ore State B a n k __________ '___________________________ F i l l m o r e __________________ 2 5 7
5 7 9 . F ir s t B a n k o f H erm osa B e ach ___________________________ H erm osa B e a c h ------------ 4 2 8
2 9 3 . “ F ir s t B a n k o f H ig h la n d ” _______________________________ H ighland ------------------------- 2 1 0
5 6 6 . F ir s t B a n k o f Jam estow n ________________________________ Jam estow n --------------------- 4 1 6
6 0 5 . F ir s t B a n k o f L a H a b r a _________________________________ L a H a b ra ___________
454
2 2 1 . F irst B a n k o f K e r n _______________________________________ Bakersfield ______________1 6 2
6 0 1 . F ir s t B a n k o f L ivin gsto n _________________________________ L i v i n g s t o n ----------------------- 4 5 0
4 7 4 . F ir s t B a n k of San A n selm o, T h e ______________________ San A n s e l m o ------------------- 3 3 7
4 8 1 . F ir s t B a n k o f Savings of F o rt B ragg, T h e __________ F o rt B r a g g --------------------- 3 4 2
4 0 . F ir s t F ederal T ru st C om pan y___________________________ San F r a n c i s c o --------------------- 2 3
4 6 6 . F ir s t Savings B a n k ________________________________________ V a l l e j o ------------------------------3 3 1
2 3 1 . F ir s t Savings B an k o f C o lu sa________________________ u _ C olusa ------------------------------1 71
607.
F ir s t Savings B a n k ______________________________________ E m eryville _____________ 4 5 6
4 2 9 . “ F irst Savings B an k o f Glendora, T h e ” _______________ G lendora ________________ 3 1 6
4 3 2 . F ir s t Savings B a n k of O aklan d________________________ O a k l a n d ------------ --------------- 3 1 8
5 2 6 . F irst Savings B an k o f San J a cin to____________________ San J a c i n t o --------------------- 3 8 4
5 3 4 . “ F ir s t Savings B a n k of S hasta County. T h e ” ________ R e d d i n g ----------------------------3 9 0
4 7 8 . F ir s t Savings B a n k o f Siskiyou C o u n ty_______________ Y r e k a -------------------------------- 3 4 1
303.
F ir s t State B a n k o f C lov is______________________________ C l o v i s _____________________2 1 7
5 3 7 . “ F ir s t State B ank of M anteca, T h e ” ___________________ M a n t e c a __________________ 3 9 3
5 4 5 . F o r t B ra g g Com m ercial B a n k ___________________________ F o rt B r a g g --------------------- 4 0 0
1 2 . F rench-A m erican B a n k of S avin gs______________________ San F r a n c i s c o -----------9
4 8 6 . “ F resno Savings B a n k ” __________________________________ F r e s n o ___________________ 3 4 5
3 8 2 . F u llerton Savings B a n k __________________________________ F u l l e r t o n ------------------------- 2 8 3
21
3 6 . “ F u g a zi B a n ca Popolare O peraia Ita lia n a ” __________ San F r a n c is c o -------------190 . “ G arden C ity B a n k and T ru st C om pan y” _____________ San J o s e ------------------------- 1 4 0
357.
“ G erm an -A m erican B a n k ” _____________________________ A naheim ________________ 2 6 0
141.
G erm an A m erican T ru st and Savings B a n k _________ L o s A n g e l e s ----------------- 9 8
4
6. G erm an Savings and L oan Society, T h e _____________ San F r a n c i s c o ________
589.
G lendale Savings B a n k __________________________________ G le n d a le ----------------------------4 3 8
9 6 . G lendora B a n k ____________________________________________ Glendora ----------------------62
518.
G lenn C ounty Savings B a n k ___________________________ W i l l o w s ----------------------------3 7 6
1 3 0 . “ G oodm an & Co. B a n k , J a s. H .” _______________________ N a p a -----------------------------87
2 7 3 . G ran ite Savings B a n k , T h e ______________________________ M o n r o v i a --------------------------19 3
3 8 1 . G ridley S tate B ank, T h e __________________________________ G r i d le y ------------------------------2 8 2
1 6 1 . H a n fo rd Savings B a n k ____________________________________ H a n f o r d ----------------------------1 1 6
3 7 6 . “ H a rb o r C ity Savings B a n k ” ___________________________ L os A n geles ( P . O .
San P e d r o ) -----------------2 7 8
3 6 9 . “ H a y w a rd B a n k of Savings” _____________________________ H a y w a r d ------------------------- 2 7 1
5 5 7 . H eald sbu rg Savings B a n k _________ :______________________ H eald sburg --------------------- 4 0 9
4 4 1 . H eilm an Com m ercial T ru st and Savings B a n k ________ L os A n g e l e s _____________ 3 2 2
6 1 1 . H ibern ian Savings B a n k __________________________________ L os A n g e l e s _____________ 4 6 0
1
2. “ H ib ern ia Savings and L oan Society, T h e ” __________ San F r a n c is c o -------------48S . H igh lan d P ark B a n k _______________________________________ Los A n g e l e s --------------------- 3 4 7




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A L P H A B E T IC A L IN D E X O F B A N K S — Continued.
Bank No.
Location.
Page.
1 7 1 . H o llister Savings B a n k ------------------------------------------------------- H o llister _______________ 1 2 4
3 1 0 . H ollyw ood Savings B a n k _________________________________ L os A n geles ( P . O .
H o l l y w o o d ) _________ 2 2 3
5 1 4 . “ H o ltville B a n k, T h e ” _____________________________________ H o ltville _______________ 3 7 2
133.
H om e Savings B a n k _____________________________________E u r e k a __________________
90
2 9 2 . H om e Savings B a n k o f L os A n geles___________________ L os A n g e l e s ____________ 2 0 9
4 4 8 . H o m e Savings B a n k o f E scondido_____________________ Escondido ______________ 3 2 4
3 6 5 . “ H o m e Savings B a n k o f S an ta A n a , T h e ” __________ S an ta A n a ____________ 2 6 7
304.
“ H o m e Savings B a n k o f V en tu ra ” ____________________ V e n t u r a ________________ 2 1 8
2 7 9 . H om e Savings B a n k of W h ittie r _______________________ W h i t t i e r ________________ 198
4 6 5 . H om e Savings B a n k o f W o o d la n d --------------------------------- W ood lan d ______________ 3 3 0
450. “ H om estead B a n k ” ______________________________________ B erkeley _______________ 3 2 6
4 6 8 . H ongkong and Shanghai B an kin g Corporation
(A g e n c y ) -------------------------------------------------------------------------- San F r a n c is c o _________ 3 3 2
6
8. H u m b oldt Savings B a n k __________________________________ San F r a n c is c o __________
6 0 0 . “ Im perial V a lley Savings B an k of B raw ley, C a li­
fornia, T h e ” ____________________________________________ B r a w l e y ________________ 4 4 9
5 4 1 . Indian V a lley B a n k ------------------------------------------------------------- Greenville ______________ 3 9 7
4 3 0 . Indu strial B an k of F resno, T h e ________________________ F re sn o __________________ 3 1 7
3 0 . International B a n kin g Corporation (S a n F rancisco
18
B ra n ch ) __________________________________________________S an F r a n c i s c o ________
2 4 2 . International Savings and E xchange B a n k __________ L o s A n g e l e s ____________ 1 8 0
5 3 8 . In yo County B a n k _________________________________________ B ish op __________________ 3 9 4
19
3 1 . Italian A m erican B a n k ____________________________________ San F r a n c i s c o _________
6 1 0 . Ivaspare Cohn Com m ercial Savings B a n k _____________ L o s A n g e l e s ____________ 4 5 9
5 1 5 . K in gsbu rg B a n k ___________________________________________K in g sb u rg --------------------- 3 7 3
5 4 8 . “ L a H a b ra V a lle y B a n k ” _________________________________ B r e a _____________________ 4 0 2
5 5 9 . L assen Indu strial B a n k __________________________________ Susanville ______________ 4 1 1
5 85 .
L e Grand B a n k --------------------------------------------------------------- _ L e G r a n d _______________ 4 3 4
4 8 5 . “ Lindsay Savings B a n k, T h e ” ___________________________ L in d say ________________ 3 4 4
3 4 9 . Liverm ore Savings B a n k _________________________________L iverm ore ______________ 2 5 3
3 52 . “ Liverm ore V a lle y Savings B a n k ” ______________________L iverm ore ______________ 2 5 6
3 2 3 . Lom poc V alley B a n k ______________________________________ Lom poc ________________ 2 3 0
3 2 4 . Lom poc V a lle y Savings B a n k ___________________________ Lom p oc _________________ 231
2 2 9 . L on g B each Savings B a n k and T ru st C om pany------- L ong B e a c h ____________ 1 6 9
5 3 6 . L os A ngeles T itle and T ru st C om pany________________ L os A n g p l e s ___________ 3 9 2
2 2 8 . L o s Angeles T ru st & Savings B a n k ___________________L os A n g e l e s ____________ 1 6 8
1 5 7 . L os N ietos V alley B a n k __________________________________ D ow n ey ________________ 112
5 4 4 . M adera Savings B a n k _____________________________________M a d e r a __________________ 3 9 9
2 0 7 . M a rin C ounty Savings B a n k ___________________________ San R a f a e l ____________ 1 5 2
6 0 9 . M arin e Com m ercial and Savings B a n k __________ _____ L on g B e a c h ____________ 4 5 8
11
16. M arine B a n k ------------------------------------------------------------------------ San F r a n c is c o _________
3 1 1 . M ayfield B ank, T h e ______________________________________ M a y f i e ld _________________ 2 2 4
3 6 0 . M echanics’ B a n k of R ichm ond, T h e __________________ R ichm ond ______________ 2 6 2
3 4 8 . M endocino B ank o f Com m erce_________________________ M e n d o c in o ______________ 2 5 2
2 6 . M ercantile T ru st C om pany o f San F ra n cisco_______ San F r a n c i s c o ________
16
76.
M erced Security Savings B a n k ________________________ M e r c e d __________________
47
519.
M erch an ts’ Com m ercial & Savings B a n k of Ocean
P ark, C a li f o r n i a ________________________________________ S an ta M on ica ( P . O .
Ocean P a r k ) ________ 3 7 7
239.
M ierson B anking C om pany, A _________________________ P la c e r v i l le _____________ 1 7 8
14
2 1. “ M ission B ank, T h e ” _____________________________________ San F r a n c is c o _________
4 9 8 . “ M ission B an k o f S an ta C lara, T h e ” _________________ S an ta C l a r a ----------------- 3 5 6
20
3 5 . M ission Savings B an k, T h e ______________________________ San F r a n c i s c o ________
52
8 4. M odesto B ank, T h e _________________ ______________________ M o d e s t o ________________
3 1 9 . M odesto Savings B a n k ___________________________________ M o d e s t o _________________ 2 2 8
5 0 8 . “ M oneta Com m ercial B a n k ” ____________________________ M o n e t a ---------------------------- 3 6 6
4 8 4 . M onoghan and M u rp h y B a n k ___________________________ Needles -------------------------- 3 4 3
77
1 19 . M onrovia Savings B a n k _________________________________ M o n r o v i a ----------------------3 9 4 . M ontague B an kin g C om pan y_____________________________M ontague ---------------------- 2 9 0
5 65 . M ontebello State B a n k ____________________________________M ontebello ------------------- 4 1 5
1 4 6 . M onterey County B a n k __________________________________ S a l i n a s ---------------------------- 102
521.
“ M onterey Savings B a n k ” _____________________________ M o n t e r e y ------------------------ 3 7 9
5 10. M ou n t Shasta B a n k in g C om pany_______________________ F o rt J o n e s --------------------- 3 6 8
10
15. M u tu al Savings B a n k o f San F ra n cisco_______________San F r a n c i s c o ________
2 5 7 . “ N a pa Savings B an k, T h e ” ______________________________ N a p a _____________________ 1 8 5
5 6 7 . N ational C ity State B a n k _______________________________ N ation al C i t y --------------- 4 1 7
2 1 7 . “ N evada County B a n k ” __________________________________ G rass V a l l e y ___________ 158
3 9 0 . N iles State B a n k __________________________________________ N i l e s _____________________ 2 8 9
4 2 0 . “ N ippon B a n k ” ___________________________________________S a c r a m e n t o ------------------- 3 0 9
92
1 3 5 . Northern C aliforn ia B a n k of Savings___________________M a r y s v i l l e ---------------------




512

INDEX.
A L P H A B E T IC A L IN D E X O F B A N KS— Continued.

Bank X o.

540.
594.
46.
236.
396.
227.
126.
377.
516.
497.
306.
116.
495.
226.
301.
606.
608.
150.
277.
S5.
175.
145.
406.
53.
490.
127.
111.
276.
38.
173.
368.
487.
344.
307.
522.
147.
493.
142.
260.
477.
78.
164.
489.
62.
313.
265.
108.
524.
48.
97.
531.
286.
372.
235.
154.
189.
51.
363.
52.
590.
597.
169.
291.
302.
132.
336.
284.
155.
134.

L oca tion .

P age.

N orthern Solano Savings B a n k __________________________ D i x o n _____________________ 3 9 6
“ N o v a to B a n k ” ____________________________________________ N o v a t o ------------------------------ 4 4 3
27
O akland B an k o f S av in gs_______________________________ O a k l a n d -------------------------“ O cean P a rk B a n k ” ________________________________________ S an ta M on ica ( P . O .
Ocean P a r k ) ________1 7 5
O ja i S tate B a n k ____________________________________________ Nordhoff _________________ 2 9 2
O ld B a n k , T h e _____________________________________________ H a n f o r d ---------------------------- 167
O range C ounty Savings and T ru st C om pan y--------------S an ta A n a ______________
S3
“ O range Savings B a n k ” __________________________________ O r a n g e ____________________2 7 9
O rland Savings B a n k ___________________________________ O rland ____________________3 7 4
O w ens V a lle y B a n k ________________________________________ B ish op ____________________3 5 5
O xn ard Savings B a n k ______ ______________________________ O x n a r d ___________________ 2 1 9
P a ja ro V a lle y Savings B a n k ____________________________ W a t s o n v i l l e ------------------74
P a lo Verde V a lle y B a n k ___________________________ _____ B lyth e ____________________3 5 3
P asadena T ru st and S avin gs B a n k _________ ____________P a s a d e n a ________________ 1 6 6
P eople’s B a n k of B e n icia_________________________________B e n i c i a ____________________215
P eople’s L o a n and T r u s t C o m pa n y--------------------------------- R i v e r s i d e _________________4 5 5
P eople’s Savings & C om m ercial B a n k ________________Chico _____________________ 4 5 7
People’s Savings B a n k of F re sn o----------------------------------- F r e s n o ____________________ 1 0 8
P eople’s Savings B a n k, T h e:____________________________ H a n f o r d __________________ 1 9 7
P eople’s Savings B a n k ------------------------------------------------------- S a c r a m e n t o _____________
53
People’ s Savings B a n k ------------------ ------------------------------------- S an ta C r u z ______________ 1 2 7
“ P eople’ s State B a n k ” ____________________________________Chula V i s t a ______________ 1 0 1
People’s State B a n k ______________________________________ T urlock __________________ 2 9 9
“ P etalu m a Savings B a n k ” ------------------------------------------------ P e t a l u m a _______________
32
“ P etalu m a S w iss-A m erican B a n k ” _____________________ P e t a l u m a _________________ 3 4 9
P ioneer B a n k _____________________________________________ P o r t e r v i lle ______________
84
P la ce r C ounty B a n k ______________________________________ A u b u r n __________________
70
P lu m as County B a n k _____________________________________ Q u i n c y ____________________ 1 9 6
P ortuguese A m erican B an k of San F ra n cisco--------------San F r a n c i s c o ------------22
Producers’ Savings B a n k _________________________________B a k e r s fie ld ________________1 2 5
“ P roducers’ Savings B a n k , T h e ” _______________________V i s a l i a ____________________ 2 7 0
R edding Savings B a n k , T h e ______________________________ R e d d i n g __________________ 3 4 6
Redondo Savings B a n k ___________________________________ Redondo B each _________ 2 4 9
“ R edw ood C ity Com m ercial B a n k ” ____________________ Redw ood C i t y ___________ 2 2 0
R ichm ond Savings B a n k ________________________________ R ichm ond ________________3 8 0
R id eo u t B an k, T h e ________________________________________M a r y s v i l l e -------- ,---------------1 0 3
“ R iv e ra S tate B a n k ” ______________________________________ R ive ra ____________________ 3 5 1
“ R iverside Savings B a n k ” ______________________________R i v e r s i d e ________________ 9 9
“ R oseville B an kin g C o m pa n y” _________________________ R oseville _________________ 1 8 7
R u s s -W illia m s B an kin g C om pan y_____________________ F e r n d a le __________________ 3 4 0
Sacram ento B a n k _________________________________________ S a c r a m e n t o _____________
49
S acram en to V alley B a n k _________________________________B ig g s _____________
118
Sacram ento V alley B an k and T ru st C om pan y------------- S a c r a m e n t o ______________ 3 4 8
S alin as C ity B a n k _________________________________________ S a l i n a s ________. -------------37
S alin as V a lley Savings B a n k ___________________________ S a l i n a s _______________. __ 2 2 6
S an B ernardino C ounty Savings B a n k , T h e __________ San B e r n a r d in o _______ 1 8 9
S an D ie go Savings B a n k, T h e --------------------------------------- San D i e g o ______________
68
S an D im a s Savings B a n k _________________________________San D i m a s ________________ 3 8 2
“ S an Joaquin V a lle y B a n k , T h e ” _____________________ Stockton ________________
28
S an Jose S a fe D ep osit B a n k of Savings, T h e _______ San J o s e ________________
63
S an L eandro State B a n k ________________________________ San L e a n d r o _____________ 3 8 9
S an M a te o County Savings B a n k _______________________Redw ood C i t y ____________2 0 4
S an R am on V alley B a n k __________ _______________________W a ln u t C r e e k ________ 2 7 4
“ S an ta A n a Savings B a n k , T h e ” _______________________S an ta A n a ________________ 1 7 4
S a n ta B a rb a ra Savings and L oa n B a n k ________________S an ta B a r b a r a _________1 0 9
“ S a n ta C la ra V a lle y B a n k ” ______________________________S anta C l a r a _____________ 1 3 9
“ S a n ta C ruz B ank of Savings and L o a n ” _____________ S an ta C r u z _____________
30
“ S a n ta P a u la Savings B a n k ” ___________________________ S an ta P a u l a _____________ 2 6 5
S a n ta R o sa B a n k _____________ ___________________________ S anta R o s a -------------------- 3 1
“ S an ta Y n e z V a lle y B a n k ” ____________________________ S olvang ___________________4 3 9
S arato ga State B a n k _____________________________________Saratoga _________________ 4 4 6
S avin gs and L oan B a n k o f San B e n ito C ou n ty, T h e _ H o llis t e r ________________ 1 2 2
“ S avin gs and L oa n Society o f San M a te o C ounty,
T h e ” ______________________________________________________ Redw ood C i t y __ ;________ 2 0 8
“ Savings B a n k o f P om o n a” ______________________________Pom ona ----------------------------- 2 1 6
Savings B a n k o f H u m b oldt C ou n ty, T h e _____________ E u r e k a -------------------- : ------ 8 9
Savings B a n k o f H u n tin gton B e a c h __________________ H u n tin gton B e a c h ------- 2 4 2
S avin gs B a n k o f M endocino C o u n ty__________________ U k i a h ______________________2 0 2
S avings B a n k of R edlan ds_______________________________ R edlands _________________ 1 1 0
Savings B a n k of S an B ern ard in o_____________________ San B e r n a r d i n o ________ 9 1




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INDEX.
A L P H A B E T IC A L IN D E X O F B A N K S — Continued.
B ank N o.

L oca tion .

P age.

S avings B a n k o f S an ta R o s a ___________________________ S an ta R o sa
-------- 3 6
S avings B a n k o f S t. H elena, T h e _______________________ St. H e len a _
_____ 1 2 3
Savings B a n k o f S utter C ou n ty------------------------------------- Y u b a C ity _
_____ 4 0 7
_____ 4 5 2
Savings B a n k of T u la re __________________________________ T u l a r e _____
“ Savings B ank o f W in te r s ” ---------------------------------------------- W in te rs
_____ 3 9 1
S avings U nion B a n k and T r u s t C om pany____________ San F r a n c i s c o _______________ 3
“ S cott V a lle y B a n k ” ----------------------------------------------------------F o r t J o n e s ----------------------- 1 7 0
“ Sebastopol Savings B a n k ” __;-----------------------------------------S e b a s t o p o l------------------------- 3 5 2
“ Security B a n k ” _________________________________________ O a k l a n d ----------------------------1 8 6
S ecurity Com m ercial & Savings B a n k o f San D ie g o _S a n D i e g o ---------------------4 4 5
Security T r u s t & Savings B a n k _______________________ L o s A n g e l e s ------------------- 8 0
11. Security Savings B a n k __________________________________ San F r a n c i s c o _______________ 8
563 . Security Com m ercial and Savings B a n k of E l C e n tro _E l C e n t r o ---------------------4 1 4
3 9 5 . Security Savings B a n k of Orange, T h e _______________ O r a n g e --------------------------------2 9 1
4 0 8 . Security Savings B a n k o f R iverside__________________ R i v e r s i d e --------------------------- 3 0 1
1 5 6 . Security Savings B a n k o f San Jose____________________ San J o s e ------------ ,----------1 1 1
3 3 1 . S ecurity Savings B a n k o f Stan islaus C ou n ty_______M o d e s t o ----------------------------- 2 3 8
2 3 4 . “ Security State B a n k of San Jose, C aliforn ia” _______San J o s e --------------------------- 1 7 3
5 13 . S ecurity T ru st C om pan y_________________ ________________ B a k e r s f i e ld -------- -------------3 7 1
3 4 0 . Selm a Savings B a n k _____________________________________ S e l m a ----------------------------------2 4 5
3 0 9 . S ierra V alley B a n k _______________________________________ L oy alto n _________________ 2 2 2
57
9 0 . Siskiyou County B a n k ___________________________________Y r e k a ------------------------------3 2 5 . Solano County Savings B a n k __________________________ Suisun ____________________ 2 3 2
77. Sonom a V alley B a n k ___________________________ ____________Sonom a -------------------------- 4 8
2 5 2 . South Berke|ey B a n k ____________________________________ Berkeley _________________ 1 8 4
5 7 1 . “ Southern County B a n k , T h e ” _________________________ A n ah eim ---------------------------4 2 1
4 1 0 . “ Southern T ru st and Savings B a n k ” ______________ . __ San D i e g o ______________3 0 3
3 0 8 . Southern T ru st Com pany, T h e _________________________ L os A n g e l e s _____________ 2 2 1
2 8 9 . South P asadena Savings B a n k _________________ ________ South P a s a d e n a ________ 2 0 7
3 7 1 . Stan islaus C ounty Savings B a n k ______________________ O akdale ----------------------------- 2 7 3
2 9 4 . State B a n k o f D u n sm u ir, T h e _________________________ D u n sm u ir -------------------------2 1 1
6 17 . S tate B a n k o f O w ensm outh_____________________________ O w e n s m o u t h _____________ 4 6 6
4 0 2 . S tate B a n k o f P asadena_________________________________ P a s a d e n a _________________ 2 9 7
3 7 9 . S tate B an k o f P om on a_____________ ______________________ P om ona ________________ 2 8 0
5 2 7 . S tate B a n k o f R am on a, T h e ____________________________ R a m o n a ___________________3 8 5
2 1 9 . S tate B a n k o f S an P ed ro_________________________________ L os A ngeles ( P . O .
S a n P ed ro) ________1 6 0
1 8 7 . S tate Savings B a n k ______________________________________O a k l a n d ___________________1 3 8
4 5 . “ Stockton Savings and L oan Society, T h e ” __________Stockton ________________
26
88. “ Stockton Savings B a n k ” ________________________________ Stockton ________________ 5 5
3 2 6 . Surprise V a lle y B a n k ___________________________________ Cedarville ________________2 3 3
572 . T eh am a C ounty Savings B a n k _________________________ C orning __________________ 4 2 2
200. T itle G uarantee and T ru st C om pany__________________ L o s A n g e l e s _____________ 1 4 6
1 9 2 . T itle Insurance and T ru st C om pany__________________ L o s A n g e l e s ______________ 1 4 1
4 3 8 . T ra d e rs’ B a n k o f L o s A n geles___________________________L os A n g e l e s _____________ 3 2 1
2 1 6 . “ T rin ity C ounty B a n k ” __________________________________W e a v e r v i ll e ______________ 1 5 7
2 0 6 . T u olu m n e C ounty B a n k ________________________________ S o n o r a ____________________ 151
4 4 5 . T w en ty-th ird A venue B a n k ________ . ____________________ O a k l a n d __________________ 3 2 3
2 0 3 . U nion Safe D ep osit B a n k _______________________________ Stockton _________________ 1 4 9
1 28. U nion Savings B a n k ----------------------------------------------------------- M o d e s t o _____________ _
85
1 97 . U n ion T ru st and Savings B a n k o f P asadena_______ P a s a d e n a _________________ 1 4 4
2 95 . U nion Savings B an k o f R edlan ds_____________________ R edlan ds _________________ 2 1 2
6 04 . U nion T ru st Com pany of San D ie go__________________ San D i e g o ________________4 5 3
1 8. U nion T ru st Com pany o f San F ran cisco_____________San F r a n c i s c o _________
13
____2 2 5
3 1 2 . “ U nion Savings B a n k ” ___________________________________S ‘ ta R“o sa
an
4 2 3 . U n iversity A ven u e B a n k ________________________________ San D ie go
______ 3 1 2
5 03 . V acaville Savings B an k, T h e __________________________ V a c a v i l l e _____
______ 3 6 1
129. V a lle jo Com m ercial B a n k ________________________________ V a l l e j o ________
_____
86
2 2 3 . V a lle y Savings B a n k _____________________________________ S an ta M a ria
.
164
3 4 2 . Venice Savings B a n k ---------------------------------------------------------- V enice ________
______ 2 4 7
2 1 8 . V en tu ra Savings B a n k ___________________________________V e n t u r a _______
______ 1 5 9
1 5 1 . V is a lia Savings B a n k , T h e ______________________________ V i s a l i a ________
______ 1 0 7
1 49 . W atso n v ille Savings B a n k ______________________________ W atso n ville
______ 1 0 5
2 4 7 . “ W e s t Berkeley B a n k ” ___________________________________ B erkeley _____
_____1 8 2
4 0 1 . W estern Com m ercial and Savings B a n k o f O a k la n d -O a k la n d --------______ 2 9 6
5 0 0 . W estern M etropolis Savings B a n k _____________________ San Francisco
______ 3 5 8
5 05 . W e s t Side B a n k o f T r a c y _______________________________T r a c y _________
______ 3 6 3
2 75 . W h ittie r Savings B a n k __________________________________ W h i t t i e r ______
______ 1 9 5
6 14 . W illit s Com m ercial B a n k ________________________________ W i l l i t s ________
___ 4 6 3
10. Y ok oh am a Specie B a n k , L td . ( S an Francisco
B ra n ch ) _________________ ________________________________ San Fran cisco
7
163. “ Y olo County Savings B a n k ” __________________________ W o o d l a n d ____________________ 1 1 7
_

_

61.
1 70 .
5 53 .
603.
5 35 .
4.
230.
494.
258.
596.
123.

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in d e x .

G E O G R A P H IC A L IN D E X T O B A N K S .
Location.
A la m ed a
A lh a m b ra
A ltu ra s _
A lv a ra d o
A n a h e im .

A n ge ls C am p _
A n t i o c h ________
A r b u c k l e ______
A re a ta ________
A rro y o Grande
A u b u rn ________
A zu s a --------------B a k e r s f ie ld ____

B eau m o n t
B en icia
B erk eley .

B ig g s _ _
B ishop _
B ly th e _
B raw le y

B r e a _____ _
B rentw ood
B u r b a n k __
B u rlin gam e
C a m b r i a __
C a m p b e ll__
C arp in teria
Cedarville _
C enterville
C e r e s ______
C h i c o _____

C h in o ----------C how ch illa —
C h u la V is ta .
Cloverdale
C lovis _______
C o a l i n g a ____
C o l f a x _______
C o l u s a _______
C o m p t o n ____
C o n c o r d ___
C o r n i n g -------C orona ______
C o v i n a _______
Crescent C ity
C ulver C ity
D a v i s -------------D in u b a --------D ix o n _______

B a n k N o.

_ 136 .
373.
_ 389.
_ 602.
_ 232.
_ 329.
357.
571.
_ 214.
_ 507.
1 60 .
_ 222.
_ 581.
1 03 .
_ 281.
_ 111.
476.
_ 158.
_ 221.
173.
513.
_ 435.
_ 301.
_ 167.
450.
247.
252.
. 164.
_ 538.
497.
. 495.
. 612.
600.
- 548.
. 588.
. 539.
586.
. 421.
. 241.
. 201.
. 523.
. 326.
. 339.
. 517.
. 58.
347.
608.
. 570.
. 592.
. 552.
145.
94.
. 303.
. 330.
. 415.
. 54.
231.
. 374.
584.
. 456.
. 593.
572.
. 148.
. 220.
. 506.
213.
. 618.
. 591.
. 529.
. 65.
540.