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No. 4

Legislative Document

STATE OF NEW YO RK

ANNUAL

REPORT

OF THE

Superintendent of Banks
OF THE

STATE OF NEW Y O RK

For the Year Ending December 31, 1919




J.

ALBANY
B. LYON COMPANY, PRINTERS
1920




STATE OF N EW YO RK
B anking D epartment
To the Legislature:
S irs.— I have the honor to submit to the Legislature, in
accordance with the provisions of chapter 369 of the Laws of
1914, chapter 2 o f the Consolidated Laws, the annual report of
this Department for the year 1919, with reference to banks, such
private bankers as are subject to the supervision o f the Superin­
tendent o f Banks and the general work of the Department.
V ery respectfully, your obedient servant,
G E O R G E I. S K IN N E R ,
Superintendent of Banks.
A lbany, N. Y ., January 7, 1920.







REPORT
To the Legislature:
The year 1919 has been one of the most interesting and remark­
able periods in the history o f the banking institutions of this
State. The problems o f peace have proved quite as numerous
and as difficult o f solution as the problems of war and many of
them are still unsolved.
Labor difficulties, the situation with reference to the bonds and
stocks o f public utility corporations, the demoralization that has
at times existed in foreign exchange, the uncertainties with ref­
erence to the return of the railroads to their owners and the man­
ner o f their return, the high cost o f living and the extravagance
that has prevailed among some o f our people as the result of a
reaction from the restraints and economies practiced during the
war, accompanied by an undue speculation, not only in securities
but in land and commodities, which is a natural consequence of
constantly increasing prices, have at times caused alarm and hav9
impeded, although they have not stayed, constructive progress in
the development o f the business and commerce of the State and
of its banking resources. In fact, the growth of the State bank­
ing institutions has been unprecedented. jSTot only has there been
a great increase in the strength and resources of established insti­
tutions, but notwithstanding the caution and conservatism which
has been exercised by this Department in granting authorization
certificates, no less than eighty corporations, firms or indi­
viduals have been authorized to engage in business during the
year. These figures, however, include State banks resulting from
the conversion of national banks, afterwards converted into trust
companies, and State banks organized for the purpose o f taking
over the business previously conducted by various private
bankers. Making allowance for conversions, there were seventy
new banking institutions and individuals authorized to commence
business during the year.




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A nnual R epoet of the

The total reported resources of the various classes of institu­
tions subject to the supervision o f the Superintendent of Banks,
according to the reports available at this date, are $7,738,109,718,
as compared with total resources o f $6,586,607,026 calculated
in the same manner a year ago, an increase during the year of
$1,151,502,692, or 17.48 per centum. According to the last re­
ports available in 1914, previous to the outbreak of the European
War, the total resources of such institutions were $4,512,604,292.
It is believed that, were the figures taken from the semi-annual
reports o f savings banks and from the annual reports of other
institutions subject to the supervision of this Department as of
December 31, 1919, available, the total resources of the institu­
tions and individuals subject to its supervision would be found
to approximate eight billions o f dollars.
The total reported resources o f the national banks o f the State
on September 12, 1919, were $5,224,137,000, and the total re­
sources o f all the national banks of the United States, according
to the same reports, were $21,615,416,000.
The total resources of all the banking institutions of the United
States on June 30, 1919, according to the best information obtain­
able, were $47,172,104,000.
The total resources of State banks on November 1, 1918, were
$1,020,241,730, while on November 12, 1919, they amounted to
$1,425,124,541, a gain of $404,882,811 or 39.68 per centum.
During the same period their deposits increased from $861,024,926 to $1,215,175,894, a gain o f $354,150,968, or 41.13 per
centum.
The number o f State banks filing reports as o f November 1,
1918, was 208, and the number reporting as of November 12,
1919, was 220, an increase of 12.
According to the reports of State banks available at the begin­
ning of the European War, their total resources were $693,463,184, so that since that time their total resources have more than
doubled in amount.
On November 1, 1918, the total reported resources of the trust
companies of the State amounted to $3,221,371,809. On Novem­
ber 12, 1919, their total reported resources were $3,721,949,526,
a gain o f $500,577,717, or 15.54 per centum. During the same




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period their total deposits increased from $2,516,751,340 to
$2,885,355, 813, a gain o f $368,604,473, or 12.77 per centum.
According to the last reports o f trust companies available prior
to the commencement o f the European War, their reported re­
sources were $1,812,445,413, so that their resources have also
increased more than 100 per centum since that time.
Ninety-eight trust companies filed reports as of November 1,
1918, and ninety-nine trust companies reported as of November
12, 1919. For the first time in history, the total resources o f
the State banks and trust companies exceed five billions of dol­
lars, amounting to $5,147,074,067.
The reported resources o f the private bankers subject to the
supervision o f the Department on November 1, 1918, amounted
to $19,670,503. On November 12, 1919, they amounted to
$25,810,158, a gain o f $6,139,655, or 31.03 per centum.
During the same period the deposits with these private bankers
increased from $13,656,670 to $17,943,288, a gain of $4,286,618,
or 31.35 per centum.
G eneral Conduct and M anagement
Size, however, is not necessarily indicative of either strength
or safety, and it gives me great pleasure to report that in their
general conduct and management the State banking institutions
have maintained their high record.
During the past year it has not been deemed necessary or
expedient to close a single one o f the 990 institutions under the
supervision o f this Department. In fact, no State bank has gone
into involuntary liquidation since May 4, 1915, on which date it
became necessary to close a small institution with a capital o f
$25,000 and total deposits o f $44,793. Seventy per centum of
their claims has been paid to the depositors by this Department,
so that the total loss to depositors from this failure was $13,437.
The only other failure o f a State bank since the year 1910
occurred during the year 1912. The total deposits with this
institution amounted to $658,961. Eighty-five per centum of
their claims has already been paid to the depositors with this
institution, making the total possible loss to its depositors
$98,844. The total loss, therefore, suffered by depositors with




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State banks during tbe last nine years only amounted to $112,281
or approximately ninety-two ten-thousandths of one per centum
of the deposits with State hanks on November 12, 1919. I f the
total amount deposited with State banks and withdrawn during
this nine-year period be taken into consideration, it will be seen
how well these institutions have deserved the confidence reposed
in them.
AA trust company has gone into involuntary liquidation since
the failure of the mismanaged Carnegie Trust Company Janu­
ary 6, 1911. In fact, notwithstanding war conditions, I have
not during my term o f office been compelled to close a single
incorporated institution. Immediately after I assumed office I
did take possession o f the business and affairs of a private banker
who was engaged in business prior to supervision by this Depart­
ment and who had obtained deposits of approximately $225,000.
This is the only failure during my administration and I do not
believe that the State banking institutions generally were ever in
a better condition to meet any stress or strain that the exigencies
o f the times may place upon them.
In previous reports attention has been called to the discrimina­
tion against State banking institutions in Federal legislation and
by Federal officials and to the constant encroachment upon their
special powers. These institutions, however, have never faltered
throughout the war and since its closing in their patriotic sup­
port o f the national government and have done their full share
in all the financing which has been found necessary. Their total
subscriptions on behalf of themselves and their patrons to the
four Liberty loans, as reported, amounted to $2,715,030,948.
Unmindful of the depreciation in the bonds so purchased, result­
ing from the loans having been placed at inadequate interest
rates, their total subscriptions to the F ifth Liberty or Victory
Loan on behalf o f themselves and their patrons amounted to
$863,947,750, making their total subscriptions on behalf of them­
selves and their patrons for the five Liberty loans $3,578,978,698.
So many events have happened since the last loan that the
statistics with reference to the Victory Loan have lost something
of the interest that attached to the tables published in the annual
reports of this Department while the country was still at war.




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S uperintendent of B anks

In order, however, that the record may be complete, I include a
table which shows the amounts subscribed by the different classes
o f State banking institutions for themselves and for their clients
with totals:
S ubscriptions to V ictory L oan B onds
Class of institution

Amount sub­ Other subscrip­
scribed by
tions obtained
institutions

Total

Trust Companies............................. $118,169,800
42,051,250
Banks of Deposit and Discount. . . .
Savings Banks................................
85,832,750
410,500
Investment Companies....................
1,102,100
Foreign Agencies.............................
Private Bankers..............................
1,603,700
749,100
Savings and Loan Associations.......
87,000
Safe Deposit Companies.................
Credit Unions.................................
2,600
Personal Loan Companies and Per­
3,500
sonal Loan Brokers......................

$408,221,850
171,892,750
23,131,650
4,747,400
3,187,650
889,450
1,446,650
199,250
216,500

$526,391,650
213,944,000
108,964,400
5,157,900
4,289,750
2,493,150
2,195,750
286,250
219,100

2,300

5,800

$250,012,300

$613,935,450

$863,947,750

Totals......................................

Conversion of N ational and S tate B anks
From the revision o f the Banking Law, in 1911, to the entrance
o f the United States into the European War, the conversion of
national hanks into State banking institutions or their absorption
by State institutions became a very marked feature of banking
in this State. Since the revision no less than twenty-six national
banks have been converted into State institutions or have been
absorbed by them, although during the war such conversions were
not encouraged or at times permitted by this Department, as any
disturbance of existing banking conditions was deemed unwise.
The last year has been distinguished by a marked recurrence to
this general tendency. N ine national banks were converted into
State institutions during the year or consolidated with State
banking institutions and at least two such conversions or con­
solidations are now in progress.
For many years there has been no instance of a State bank
or trust company being converted into a national bank and main­
taining an independent existence. During the latter part of the




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year, however, as a result o f recent Federal legislation and rulings
by the Federal authorities and in consonance with the trend of
the times toward the creation of very large and strong institutions,
a few consolidations o f State institutions with national banks
have taken place or are contemplated. In one case, control of a
trust company was purchased by a large national bank for the
purpose o f acquiring immediately a well organized foreign de­
partment. For many years the peculiar advantages of State
institutions have been so well recognized by the officers and
directors o f national banks that, in order to share in their pros­
perity, they have either organized or obtained control of certain
State banks and trust companies and now that national banks
have been authorized to exercise trust powers, and, in the case of
the conversion o f State institutions having branches, are being
permitted to retain the branches, there w ill undoubtedly be con­
versions of State institutions into national banks.
N ational B anks E xercising T rust P owers
In the annual report o f last year attention was called to legis­
lation by which the Federal Reserve Board was authorized to
permit national banks to exercise the trust powers which had
been theretofore exclusively conferred upon trust companies in
this State. The exercise o f trust powers by trust companies has
been so thoroughly safeguarded in the Banking Law of this State
and so much discrimination and conservatism exercised not only
in their management but in the authorization of such companies
that they have attained a very high reputation and have become
the most important class o f banking institutions organized under
the Banking Law and subject to the supervision of this Depart­
ment. A s a result of the caution with which charters have been
granted during the entire history of such companies, only ninetynine trust companies were at the close of the year doing business
in this State under the provisions of the Banking Law, although
many special charters had been granted prior to 1887 and a
general law under which trust companies could be organized had
been in existence since that time. The eagerness of national
banks to exercise these special powers of State institutions and
the freedom with which permission has been granted by the



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Federal Reserve Board is indicated by the fact that within a
year fifty-two national banks have been authorized by the Federal
Reserve Board to exercise trust powers as provided in the Federal
Reserve A ct and have made the deposit with this Department
required by the Banking Law.
The following table gives the names and locations of the
national banks which have been authorized by the Federal Reserve
Board to exercise general fiduciary powers, their capital and the
dates on which the necessary bonds were deposited with this
Department:




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A nnual R eport of the

NAME

American Exchange National Bank
Bank of New York, N.B.A.............
Cayuga County National Bank. . . .
Chase National Bank of the City of New
York...............................................
Chemical National Bank....................
Chenango National Bank...................
Citizens National Bank of New York.
City National Bank...........................
Coal and Iron National Bank of New
York............................................
Fallkill National Bank....................
Farmers National Bank of Hudson
Farmers National Bank of Rome, N. Y..
First National Bank of Amsterdam.. . .
First National Bank, Cooperstown. . . .
First National Bank, Corning..............
First National Bank, New York..........
First National Bank, Port Chester. . . .
First National Bank, Southampton. .. .
First National Bank of Walton............
Fulton County National Bank............
Harriman National Bank.....................
Ilion National Bank.............................
Jefferson County National Bank.........
Liberty National Bank.........................
Lincoln National Bank of New York. .
Mechanics and Metals National Bank.
The Merchants National Bank............
National Bank of Norwich..................
National Bank of Ogdensburg.............
National Bank of Orange County........
National Bank of Port Jervis..............
National Bank of Yernon.....................
National Chautauqua Bank.................
National City Bank.............................
National Park Bank of New York.......
Nyack National Bank..........................
Oneida National Bank.........................
Oneida Yalley National Bank..............
Peekskill National Bank......................
Rondout National Bank......................
Seaboard National Bank......................
Utica City National Bank..................
Watertown National Bank.................
Westchester County National Bank. .
Wilber National Bank........................




Location

Capital

bonds were
deposited

New York. .. . $5,000,000 July 7,1919
New York. ...
2,000,000 July 31,1919
200,000 Oct. 23,1919
Auburn.........
New York. ...
New York. ...
Norwich.........
New York. ...
Gloversville...

10,000,000
3,000,000
100,000
2,550,000
500,000

Oct.
June
June
June
Oct.

9,1919
28,1919
18, 1919
17,1919
25,1919

New York. ...
1,500,000 July 12, 1919
Poughkeepsie .
200,000 June 25,1919
200,000 Aug. 13,1919
Hudson.........
250,000 July 2, 1919
Rome.............
Amsterdam. ..
150,000 Aug. 13, 1919
Cooperstown..
150,000 Oct. 3,1919
Corning.........
100,000 Nov. 26,1919
New York... . 10,000,000 Aug. 1,1919
Port Chester..
100,000 Aug. 18,1919
Southampton.
100,000 Oct. 6, 1919
100,000 Nov. 11,1919
Walton..........
Gloversville...
300,000 Oct. 22,1919
1,000,000 Aug. 18, 1919
New York. .. .
Ilion..............
100,000 June 23,1919
250,000 June 16,1919
Watertown. ..
New York. ...
5,000,000 Nov. 14, 1919
New York. ...
1,000,000 Aug. 12, 1919
New York. ...
6,000,000 May 29, 1919
3,000,000 Nov. 1,1919
New York.. ..
300,000 May 28,1919
Norwich.........
100,000 Oct. 1,1919
Ogdensburg...
110,000 Nov. 7,1919
Goshen..........
130,000 Oct. 1, 1919
Port Jervis . . .
100,000 Oct. 17,1919
Vernon..........
250,000 Aug. 12,1919
Jamestown. . .
New York.... 25,000,000 Nov. 22,1919
5,000,000 May 2,1919
New York... .
100,000 Aug. 29,1919
Nyack...........
600,000 June 16,1919
Utica. ...........
125,000 Nov. 18,1919
Oneida...........
100,000 June 26,1919
Peekskill.......
150,000 Nov. 29,1919
Kingston.......
1,000,000 May 31,1919
New York... .
150,000 June 27,1919
Cooperstown..
1,000,000 June 24,1919
Utica.............
200,000 Aug. 29,1919
Watertown. ..
100,000 May 26,1919
Peekskill........
io o;o oo June 16,1919
Oneonta.........

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Superintendent of B anks

The following table gives the names and locations o f the
national banks that have been authorized by the Federal Reserve
Board to act as registrars o f stocks and bonds, their capital and
the dates on which they deposited bonds with this Department:

NAME

Canandaigua National Bank.................
Carthage National Bank.......................
First National Bank of Brooklyn...........
First National Bank...............................
Nassau National Bank of Brooklyn.......
Second National Bank, Elmira..............

Location

Canandaigua..
Carthage.......
Brooklyn.......
Canton..........
Brooklyn.......
Elmira...........

Capital

$100,000
100,000
500.000
100.000
1,000,000
400,000

Date on which
bonds were
deposited
May
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
June
June

31, 1919
18, 1919
21, 1919
26,1919
6, 1919
9, 1919

S tate B anks E xercising F iduciary P owers
The last Legislature recognized the injustice of discriminating
against State institutions in any manner and legislation was
accordingly enacted permitting State banks, with the approval
o f the Superintendent of Banks, to exercise fiduciary powers
under the same general conditions under which national banks
were permitted to exercise them by the Federal Reserve Act as
amended.
The following table contains the names and locations o f the
State banks that have been authorized to exercise such powers,
together with their capital and the dates of authorization:

NAME

Location

Alliance Bank........................................ Rochester. . . .
The Com Exchange Bank...................... New York. ...
Buffalo..........
The Fifth Avenue Bank of New York... New York. .. .
W. R. Grace & Co.’s Bank.................... New York. ...
Osborne Bank........................................ East Hampton
Mechanics Bank.................................... Brooklyn.......
International Bank................................ New York... .
The Peoples Bank of Johnstown............ Johnstown....
The Southampton Bank......................... Southampton.




Capital

Date of author­
ization of fidu­
ciary powers

$500,000 June 18, 1919
4,200,000 June 21, 1919
i ,o o o ;000 June 27^ 1919
500.000 July 7, 1919
500.000 July 22, 1919
100.000 July 29, 1919
1,600,000 Sept. 15, 1919
500,000 Nov. 12, 1919
200,000 Dec. 5,1919
100,000 Dec. 5,1919

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A nnual R eport of the

Co-operation with Banking A ssociations and D epartments
The Department has continued its membership in the National
Association of Supervisors of State Banks and was represented
at the annual convention o f that association, which was held at
Cleveland on the 9th, 10th and 11th days of June, and the Super­
intendent of Banks was elected as one of its executive officers.
The conventions o f this association have been exceptionally
interesting and instructive.
They are frequently attended, not
only by the heads of departments, but by one or more examiners,
and have led to helpful co-operation throughout the year.
The Superintendent also attended, by invitation, the conven­
tion o f the American Bankers Assocation, held at St. Louis, Mo.,
on the 29th and 3’0th days of September and the 1st and 2d days
o f October and delivered an address before the State bank section
o f that association.
During the last legislative session and throughout the year the
utmost harmony and spirit o f helpfulness existed between the
Department and the officers of that association and the officers
o f the New York State Bankers Association, and I wish again to
emphasize the consistently useful work of the council, composed
of representatives o f the Trust Companies Association o f the
State o f New York, the (Savings Banks Association of the State of
New York and the Association of State Banks. Equally cordial
relations have been maintained with the officers and employees
of the Federal Reserve Bank o f New York and the Department
has fully availed itself o f all agencies designed to maintain sound
banking standards and promote safe banking legislation.
State B anks
Twenty-four State banks were authorized to engage in business
during the year. O f these institutions, four — the Marine Bank
o f Buffalo, Kingston Bank, State Bank of Geneva and the
Citizens Bank o f Adams — resulted from the conversion of the
Marine National Bank o f Buffalo, the Kingston National Bank,
the First National Bank o f Geneva and the Citizens National
Bank o f Adams, respectively, into State banks. These four State
banks were afterward converted into trust companies. The Wickware National Bank, o f Akron, has also been converted into the




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Bank o f Akron.
Four other national banks — The National
Bank o f Syracuse, First National Bank of Syracuse, National
City Bank of Brooklyn and the Sherman National Bank of New
York were consolidated with State institutions. The capital of
these nine national banks was $7,725,000. The City Bank of
Syracuse was also converted into the City Bank Trust Company
and the Bank o f Steuben into the Steuben Trust Company,
in accordance with the provisions of the Banking Law.
The
Union Stock Yards Bank of Buffalo was merged with the Liberty
Bank of Buffalo, said merger becoming effective May 3, 1919.
The Farmers and Merchants Bank of Geneva was merged with
the Geneva Trust Company, such merger becoming effective
June 27, 1919, and the Market Bank of Buffalo was merged with
the Bank of Buffalo, such merger becoming effective June 28,
1919. The City Trust Company o f Buffalo was also merged
with the Bank o f Buffalo on the same date. Two of the new
State banks, the Standard Bank of New York and the Municipal
Bank, o f Brooklyn, were organized for the purpose of taking over
the business previously conducted by duly authorized private
bankers.
B y an order of the (Supreme Court, dated September 22, 1919,
the “ Bank of Europe ” was authorized to assume the name
“ Republic Bank o f New York ” on October 20, 1919. B y a
like order dated November 8, 1919, the “ State Bank o f East
Syracuse ” was authorized to assume the name “ Bank o f East
Syracuse ” on December 15, 1919, and by an order dated Novem­
ber 17, 1919, the “ John Nemeth State Bank ” was authorized to
assume the name “ Nemeth State Bank,” on December 22, 1919.
The following table gives the names and locations of the State
banks authorized during the year, the dates on which their organ­
ization certificates were approved, the dates of authorization and
the capital o f each:




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NAME

Location

Marine Bank of Buffalo...........
The South Side Bank of Buffalo,
N. Y ........................................
Kingston Bank..........................
State Bank of Geneva..............
The State Bank of Parish........
Citizens Bank of Adams...........
The Bank of Depew..................
The Standard Bank..................
The Broadalbin Bank...............
Peoples Bank of Evans Mills...
The Progress Bank of New York
Municipal Bank........................
Citizens Bank of Cape Vincent.
Fayetteville Commercial Bank.
East Side Bank, Niagara Falls.. .
State Bank of East Syracuse...
Bank of Waterford....................
The Waddington Bank.............
State Bank of Endicott............
Industrial Bank of New Y ork ..
Springwater State Bank...........
State Bank of Shortsville.........
Bank of Akron..........................
The American Bank,.................

Buffalo....................

Jan.

Buffalo....................
Kingston.................
Geneva....................
Parish......................
Adams.....................
Depew.....................
New York...............
Broadalbin.............
Evans Mills...........
New York...............
Brooklyn.................
Cape Vincent.........
Fayetteville............
Niagara Falls.........
East Syracuse........
Waterford...............

Jan. 27,
April 11,
May 13,
May 3,
July 1,
April 11,
Aug. 8,
July 11,
Aug. 1,
Aug. 11,
July 10,
Aug. 1,
April 21,
Aug. 25,
May 13,
April 19,
Aug 13,
July 3,
Oct. 24,
Oct. 9,
Sept. 17,

Endicott.................
New York...............
Springwater...........
Shortsville..............
Akron.......................
Lackawanna..........

Certificate
approved

2,1919

Date of
authorization

Jan.

Capital

4, 1919 $5,000,000

1919
1919
1919
1919
1919
1919
1919
1919
1919
1919
1919
1919
1919
1919
1919
1919
1919
1919
1919
1919
1919

April 4, 1919
May 10,1919
May 20, 1919
June 13, 1919
July 2, 1919
July 10, 1919
Aug. 15, 1919
Aug. 15, 1919
Sept. 3, 1919
Sept. 8, 1919
Aug. 28, 1919
Sept. 11, 1919
Sept. 30, 1919
Oct. 1, 1919
Oct. 3, 1919
Oct. 16, 1919
Oct. 28, 1919
Nov. 8, 1919
Dec. 16, 1919
Dec. 24, 1919
Dec. 26, 1919

D e c. 29, 1919

D e c. 31, 1919

Nov. 21, 1919

Dec. 31, 1919

Total...................................

100,000
150,000
100,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
40,000
50,000
200,000
200,000
50,000
25,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
1,000,000
25,000
30,000
25,000
100,000
$7,535,000

The foregoing institutions commenced business during the year
with the exception of the Springwater State Bank, State Bank of
Shortsville, Bank of Akron and The American Bank.
The original charters of the Phoenix Bank, of Phoenix, and the
State Exchange Bank, of Holley, expired during the year but
were extended by appropriate action.
As the result of the changes noted there were 226 State banks
authorized to transact business at the close of the year 1919
compared with 211 State banks at the close of the previous year.
R esources

and

L ia b il it ie s

of

State

B anks

The following table contains a summary statement of the
resources and liabilities of the State banks on the dates of their
several reports to the Superintendent of Banks during the year
1919:




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RESOURCES

Stock and bond investments,
viz.:
Public securities.......................
Private securities.....................
Real estate owned.......................
Mortgages owned........................
Loans and discounts secured by
bond and mortgage, deed or
other real estate collateral. . .
Loans and discounts secured by
other collateral.........................
Loans, discounts and bills pur­
chased not secured by collat­
eral ..............................................
Overdrafts.....................................
Due from trust companies,
banks and bankers..................
Specie.............................................
Other currency authorized by
the laws of the United States
Cash items....................................
Due from the Federal Reserve
Bank of New York less offsets
Customers' liability on accept­
ances (per contra, see liabil­
ities) ............................................
Assets not included in any of the
above heads..............................
Add for cents.......................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$166,152,011
88,610,644
23,120,425
12,888,483

$167,082,431
93,704,408
20,809,089
13,195,386

$184,115,560
97,886,215
21,427,489
14,945,521

$171,193,965
97,414,767
21,128,848
15,431,300

9,384,256

9,251,883

9,267,754

9,564,453

279,067,079

289,531,990

299,793,377

313,905,530

246,011,625
192,226

271,424 152
314,099

314,887,206
241,578

341,925,850
300,290

59,472,001
16,176,681

63,933,433
17,251,547

71,680,408
17,612,317

76,671,920
18,628,541

21,294,437
90,845,427

24,376,113
172,639,680

24,508,997
175,257,818

28,352,964
212,235,324

50,023,762

74,636,063

69,979,064

86,976,812

12,146,277

14,385,565

15,483,691

19,387,519

44,645,772
928

37,761,303
942

25,117,824
931

12,005,453
1,005

Total resources..................... $1,120,032,034 $1,270,298,084 $1,342,205,750 $1,425,124,541

LIABILITIES
Capital...........................................
Surplus, including all undivided
profits.........................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings
banks.....................................
Due New York State savings
and loan associations, credit
unions and land bank........
Deposits by the State of New
York.......................................
Deposits by the Superinten­
dent of Banks of the State
of New York........................
Other deposits secured by
pledge of assets....................
Deposits otherwise preferred.
Due depositors, not preferred. .
Due to trust companies, banks
and bankers..............................
Rediscounts..................................




$39,793,000

$39,603,000

$41,993,000

$43,293,000

60,117,535

61,911,027

66,289,583

68,921,534

27,169,884

30,850,998

20,971,289

27,139,913

1,230,619

1,251,476

933,575

894,395

4,754,413

4,914,193

4,122,497

5,103,244

405,895

606,228

469,232

441,048

20,877,717
1,944,875
798,107,509

24,233,459
1,679,207
929,324,259

18,006,264
417,913
1,027,754,107

8,588,373
612,393
1,129,977,125

40,516,630
6,965,192

58,132,081
6,533,954

50,196,256
11,838,357

42,419,403
16,760,761

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A nnual R eport of the

RESOURCES

Bills payable.................................
Acceptances of drafts payable at
a future date or authorized by
commercial letters of credit..
Other liabilities............................
Add for cents.......................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$59,144,337

$58,120,790

$55,243,681

$46,339,057

11,440,632
47,563,377
419

11,958,768
41,178,233
411

15,927,246
28,042,329
421

19,620,090
15,013,773
432

Total liabilities..................... $1,120,032,034 $1,270,298,084 $1,342,205,750 $1,425,124,541
Total deposits......................

$895,007,542 $1,050,991,901 $1,122,871,133 $1,215,175,894

P rivate B ankers
Notwithstanding the fact that certain classes of private bankers
were brought under the supervision of this Department in 1914,
no private bankers authorized by it have failed except such as
were in business when the revision of the Banking Law went
into effect and were allowed to continue in business. The
tendency to adopt a corporate form of banking still continues and,
as has already been noted, two State banks were organized during
the course of the year to take over the business previously con­
ducted by authorized private bankers. Other transformations of
this character are contemplated.
W hile the Department has endeavored to exercise the greatest
conservatism in the authorization of private bankers in order to
prevent unsafe competition and an undue extension of private
banking, after careful investigation a number of authorizations
have been issued to private bankers during the year as it is evi­
dent that they do, in some cases, render a real service to certain
classes of our foreign born population that might not otherwise
be afforded convenient banking facilities.
The following table contains the names of the individuals and
firms who have been authorized during the year to conduct a
private banking business, the places at which such business is
conducted, the dates on which their verified statements were
approved, the dates o f authorization and the permanent capital
o f such individuals and firms:




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S uperintendent of B anks

name

Orazio Ciaccia......................................
Lawrence Laudiai................................

William V. Gapzynski........................
Morris B. Goldberger, David C.
Goodman (Goldberger&Goodman)
Shepard J. Goldberg...........................
Max Garfunkel & Marcus Tauster,
(Garfuekel & Tauster)...................

Location

Certificate
approved

Dec. 2,
Schenectady. . Sept. 20,
Long
Island
City............. Jan. 4,
Jan. 20,
Schenectady. . Dec. 10,

Date of
authorization

Capital

1913
1918

Jan. 10, 1919
Jan. 23, 1919

$5,000
5,000

1919
1919
1918

Jan. 30, 1919
Feb. 28, 1919
April 7, 1919

10,000
5,000
5,000

New Y o rk .. . .
New Y ork .. . .

May 6, 1919
April 28, 1919

May 21, 1919
May 21, 1919

35,000
40,000

New Y ork .. ..

May 2, 1919
July 21, 1919

May 24, 1919
Aug. 4, 1919

15,000
10,000

July 30, 1919
Aug. 6, 1919

Aug. 15, 1919
Aug. 20, 1919

20,000
20,000

Sept. 18, 1919

Sept. 25, 1919

20,000

Nov. 17, 1919

Nov. 25, 1919

50,000

July 28, 1919

Dec. 11, 1919

25,000

Vincenzo De Luca & Frank De Luca
(V. De Luca & C o.)........................ New Y o rk .. . .
Christopher L. Orbach, Andrew Faybik, and Jacob C. Molitoris (Orbach, Faybik & Molitoris)............. New York. . . .
Reinhold S. Helander and Toivo
Herman Nekton (Helander and
Nekton).............................................. New York. . . .
Enrico Ortolani and Mario Ortolani
(Enrico Ortolani and Brother.).... Buffalo............

$265,000

The firm o f Goldberger & Goodman, private bankers, succeeds
with an increased capital and in a new location the private
banking business previously conducted by Morris B. Goldberger
and David C. Goodman, separately.
The firm of Vincenzo de Luca and Frank de Luca, private
bankers, continues the business formerly conducted by Vincenzo
de Luca under the name “ Vincenzo de Luca and Company.”
Enrico Ortolani and M ario Ortolani continue the business
previously conducted by Enrico Ortolani.
A ll o f the individuals and firms mentioned in the preceding
table have commenced business.
There were at the close of the year ninety-three individuals
or firms engaged in the business o f private banking under the
provisions of the Banking Law.
R esources and L iabilities of A uthorized P rivate B ankers
The following table contains a summary of the condition of
the authorized private bankers o f the State as shown by their
reports on dates designated by the Superintendent of Banks dur­
ing the year 1919:




A nnual R eport of the

20

Statement
of condition
February
21, 1919

Statement
of condition
June 30,
1919

Statement
of condition
September
12, 1919

$6,322,633
2,910,390
2,250,032
616,515

$6,703,711
2,763,749
2,189,110
592,767

$6,719,324
3,260,524
2,161,974
595,082

120,471

131,465

176,079

2,413,995

2,324,608

1,784,076

974,317
1,147,701

769,752
1,347,300

885,718
1,674,320

254,123
8,218

283,275
8,041

261,971
11,647

5,792,749

6,659,935

6,745,871

34,437
55,445

44,447
71,923

29,695
74,249

553,028
270,984

166,256

586,185
208,921
7 345
320,624

182,644

545,874
297,200
7 Oil
261,118

80,000

10,550

200,970
209,462
224

104,993
217,817
236

108,987
227,980
253

101,162
216,992
241

Total resources..................................... $22,037,247 $24,357,697

$25,241,948

$25,810,158

$1,521,000
2,867,953
16,603,888

$1,565,500
4,171,666
15,999,850

$1,689,500
4,388,220
16,505,869

1,551,279
346,150
146,634

1,451,502
374,738
109,262

1,437,399
468,502
6,000

97,093
1,223,591
109

117,390
1,451,938
102

101,162
1,213,389
117

Total liabilities................................. $22,037,247 $24,357,697

$25,241,948

$25,810,158

Total deposits............................................... $16,456,569 $18,155,167

$17,451,352

$17,943,288

RESOURCES

Stocks and bonds, viz.:
Public securities....................................... $5,115,232
Private securities......................................
3,160,546
Real estate owned........................................
2,312,452
Mortgages owned.........................................
590,630
Loans and discounts secured by bond
and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral....................................................
113,294
Loans and discounts secured by other
collateral.....................................................
1,776,378
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not
secured by collateral................................
814,474
Accounts receivable.....................................
755,472
Due from customers for exchange, money
orders and steamship tickets sold. . . .
260,424
Overdrafts......................................................
5,492
Due from trust companies, banks and
bankers.......................................................
5,754,708
Deposits with express and steamship
companies..................................................
21,657
Specie..............................................................
62,246
Other currency authorized by the laws
of the United States................................
494,963
Foreign currency..........................................
134,725
7 fi42

Cash items.....................................................
Due from the Federal Reserve R ank of
Customers’ liability on acceptances (per
contra see liabilities)...............................
Other assets...................................................
Add for cents.................................................

LIABILITIES
Permanent capital........................................ $1,325,000
Surplus............................................................
2,471,778
Deposits.......................................................... 15,673,092
Due to trust companies, banks and
bankers.......................................................
783,477
Bills payable..................................................
210,458
Rediscounts...................................................
129,262
Acceptances of drafts payable at a future
date or authorized by commercial letters of credit..............................................
200,970
1,243,112
Other liabilities.............................................
Add for cents............................................
98




7 QR9

Statement
of condition
November
12, 1919

21

S uperintendent of B anks
P artially E xempt P rivate B ankers

The revision of the Banking Law, enacted in 1914, was drafted
in such a manner that a very large number of private bankers
and private banking firms, some of which vie with the largest
banking corporations in the extent of their business and resources,
are entirely exempt from supervision and some very forceful
arguments for such exemption were presented to the Revision
Commission.
Certain other private bankers were also expressly exempted
from supervision upon the filing of affidavits with the Banking
Department with reference to their capital and business practices
and the acceptance of such affidavits by the Superintendent of
Banks. Upon the submission o f such affidavits as required by
law, an examination is made by this Department to verify the
facts stated in them. This latter class of partially exempt private
bankers is becoming smaller each year and now includes but eight
firms.
The following table gives the names o f these firms, the places
at which they are doing business, the date when the last affidavit
of each of such firms was accepted and the amount of permanent
capital stated in their affidavits:

N am e

Location

Affidavit
accepted

Permanent
capital

William H. Seward and William H. Seward, Jr.
1, 1919

$100,000

1, 1919

100,000

1, 1919

100,000

1, 1919

25,000

1, 1919

25,000

1, 1919

50,000

1, 1919

1 0 0 ,0 0 0

1, 1919

1 0 0 ,0 0 0

Edwin R. Fay, Fred H. Fay and Charles R. Fay
Charles Frazier and Charles W . Frazier (Chas.
Jacob Rothschild, Isaac Rothschild and Daniel
Rothschild (Rothschild Bros. & Company). . Ithaca......................
Julius Frank and Leo Frank (Nathan Frank’s

Jan.

William W . Robertson and Frederick Robertson
(Fred’k Robertson & Company)....................... North Tonawanda. Jan.
Quincy W . Wellington and Benjamin W . Weilington (Q. W . Wellington & Co.’s Bank). . . . Corning................... Jan.
Philip Sugerman, Mark H. Sugerman and Frank
C. Straat (The Royal Company of New York) New York............... Jan.




22

A nnual R eport of the

N ew B anking I nstitutions Other than B anks and P rivate
B ankers
In order to comply with the Banking Law and give a complete
survey of the additional banking facilities that have been afforded
to the people of the State by institutions organized under it, I
have included in this portion o f my annual report a complete
statement with reference to all the banking institutions authorized
to commence business during the year, including trust companies,
investment companies, savings and loan associations, credit unions
and a personal loan company.
The following table contains a complete list of these corpora­
tions, together with their locations, the dates when their organiza­
tion certificates were approved, the date of authorization and the
amount of capital o f all but the mutual institutions which, o f
course, have no capital in the ordinary acceptation of the term:




23

S uperintendent of B anks

N ame
The Marine Trust Company of
Buffalo...........................................
American Trust Company.............
City Bank Trust Company..........
Kingston Trust Company.............
Geneva Trust Company................
Citizens’
Trust
Company of
Adams............................................
Steuben Trust Company..............
General Motors Acceptance Cor­
poration .........................................
Park Union Foreign Banking Cor­
poration .........................................
Public Credit Corporation............
French American Banking Cor­
poration .........................................
Farmers Fund, Inc..........................
Textile Banking Company, Inc. . .
Long Island Finance Corporation.
Realty Associates Investment
Corporation..................................
Manufacturers and Employees
Mortgage Corporation...............
General Commercial Securities
Corporation..................................
Foreign Credit Corporation..........
Cosmopolitan
Personal
Loan
Company.......................................
Akron Savings and Loan Associa­
tion .................................................
Community Savings and Loan

Location

Certificate
approved

Date of
authorization

Capital

Buffalo
New York
Syracuse. .
Kingston. .
Geneva. . .

Jan. 6, 1919
Jan. 18,1919
Feb. 3,1919
May 10,1919
May 21,1919

Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
May
May

Adams...............
Hornell. . . . . . . .

July
Dec.

2,1919
5, 1919

July 3, 1919
Dec. 31,1919

150.000
100.000

New York........

Jan. 24, 1919

Feb. 10, 1919

2 , 0 0 0 ,0 0 0

New York........
New York........

Mar. 1,1919
April 8, 1919

Mar. 27, 1919
April 16, 1919

2 , 000,000

New York........
Rochester.........
New York........
Jamaica.............

April 29,1919
April 11, 1919
June 6, 1919
June 6, 1919

May
May
June
June

21,1919
27, 1919
20, 1919
25, 1919

2 , 0 0 0 ,0 0 0
400.000
2 , 000,000

New York........

June 10, 1919

Aug. 22, 1919

1 000,000

Niagara Falls. .

July 24, 1919

Sept. 9, 1919

200,000

Rochester.........
New York........

Sept. 18, 1919
May 9, 1919

Sept. 18, 1919
Sept. 19, 1919

5,000,000

Buffalo..............

Oct. 16, 1919

Nov.

Akron................

Aug. 11, 1919

Aug. 11, 1919

Association................................. Endicott...........
North Hempstead Savings and
Loan Association......................... Port Washing­
ton .................
Brocton Building, Savings and
Loan Association......................... Brocton. .
Elmhurst Savings and Loan Asso­
ciation............................................ Elmhurst.
Cobleskill Savings and Loan Asso­
ciation ............................................ Cobleskill
Walden Building, Savings and
Loan Association........................ W alden.. .
Real Estate Owners Credit Union. Brooklyn.,
Universal Credit Union.................. New York
Usona Credit Union....................... New York,
Hebrew National Credit Union... Brooklyn..
Litho Credit Union......................... New York.
Lincoln Square Laundrymen’s
Credit Union................................ New York.
General Emergency Credit Union. Brooklyn..
Globe Credit Union........................ New York.
Allied Credit Union........................ New York.
H. & K. Credit Union.................... New York.
Glaser Mercantile Credit Union. . New York.
Security Credit Union.................... New York.
Bronx Credit Union........................ New York.
Guarantee Credit Union................ Brooklyn..
International Credit Union........... New York.
Gibralter Credit Union.................. New York.

A u g. 11, 1919

A u g. 11, 1919

Sept. 15, 1919

Sept. 15, 1919

Oct. 14,1919

Oct. 14, 1919

Oct. 16, 1919

Oct. 16, 1919

Oct. 27, 1919

Oct. 27, 1919

Dec.
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Dec.
Jan.
Mar.
Alar.
April
May

Total




18, 1919
10,1919
18, 1919
18, 1919
18, 1919
18, 1919

Mar. 18,1919
May 12,1919
July 12,1919
July 12,1919
July 12,1919
Aug. 9,1919
Aug. 2, 1919
Sept. 19,1919
Nov. 8,1919
Nov. 20,1919
Dec. 12,1919

6, 1919
22,1919
28, 1919
12,1919
21,1919

5, 1919

18,
30,
11,
31,
1,
14,

5 .0 0 0 .

000

1.000.
000
1,000,000
150.000
100.000

100,000

100.000

,

200,000

30,000

1919
1919
1919
1919
1919
1919

May 14 ,1919
May 29,1919
July 24,1919
July 23,1919
Aug. 4,1919
Sept. 19, 1919
Oct. 14, 1919
Oct. 23, 1919
Nov. 28, 1919
Dec. 4,1919
Dec. 29,1919
$22,530,00

24

A nnual R eport of the
Changes in Capitalization

As the business and commerce o f the State increase and our
banking institutions take advantage of the opportunities for the
promotion of foreign trade that are now presented, there is a
constantly increasing demand for larger and stronger banking
institutions.
The mergers and consolidations o f banking corpo­
rations that have been referred to in this report have resulted
in the creation o f strong financial institutions in the interior
o f the State which have made the cities in which they are located
more independent than heretofore o f the great Metropolitan banks
and have enabled the institutions thus created to supply more
adequately the needs o f local business enterprises for funds and
credit.
The response o f the State banking institutions to this
general demand for increased banking facilities is further shown
by the following table, which gives the increases of the capital
of various institutions which became effective during the year.
This table gives the name of each institution increasing its capital,
the date o f the approval of the increase, the amount of the increase
and the capital as increased:




25

S uperintendent of B anks

Location

NAM E

Bank of Jamestown.................................
New Netherland Bank of New Y o r k ..
Corn Exchange Bank.............................
The Farmers Bank of Springville, Erie
County, New York..............................

Jamestown.. .
New Y o rk .. . .
New Y o rk .. . .

The Fifth Avenue Bank of New York.
The Bank of East Aurora......................
Chelsea Exchange Bank.........................

New Y ork .. . .
East Aurora..
Buffalo............
New Y o rk .. . .

Bank of Coney Island.............................
John Nemeth State Bank......................
The Colonial Bank..................................
New Netherland Bank of New York...
Alliance Bank...........................................
The Bank of Huntington.......................

Coney Island.
New York___
New Y ork .. . .
New Y ork .. . .
Rochester. . ..
Huntington. . .

The

Freeport

Bank

of

Springville.. . .

Date of
approval of
increase

Amount
of
increase

Capital
as
increased

Jan. 7,1919
Jan. 8,1919
Jan. 21, 1919
Jan. 21, 1919
Jan. 27, 1919

$50,000
300,000
150,000
100,000
700,000

$100,000
1,200,000
250,000
300,000
4,200,000

Mar. 31, 1919
May 3, 1919
May 27,1919
May 27, 1919

10,000
1,000,000
300,000
25,000
1,500,000
600,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
300,000
500,000
70,000
50,000

60,000
1,500,000
500,000
100,000
2,500,000
1,000,000
150,000
200,000
200,000
600,000
600,000
1,000,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
7,000,000
2,250,000
1,500,000
1,200,000
7,500,000
250,000
3,000,000
800,000
250,000

June
July
July
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Dec.

24, 1919
2, 1919
30, 1919
8,1919
22, 1919
22,1919
17, 1919
9, 1919
3, 1919

Freeport,

The Marine Trust Company of Buffalo. Buffalo............
Irving Trust Company........................... New Y ork .. . .

Dec. 18, 1919
Jan. 23, 1919
Feb. 28, 1919

Irving Trust Company...........................
Utica Trust and Deposit Company. . . .

New Y ork .. . .
Utica...............

June 23,1919
Aug. 4,1919
Nov. 8, 1919

70,000
2,000,000
750,000
500,000
200,000
500,000
150,000
750,000
200,000
100,000

The Marine Trust Company of Buffalo. Buffalo............

April 10,1919
May 28, 1919

Rochester Trust and Safe Desposit
Company.............................................
Bankers Trust Company.......................

Rochester. . . .
New Y o rk .. . .

Dec. 2, 1919
Dec. 3, 1919
Dec. 19,1919

500,000
5,000,000
1,000,000

1,000,000
20,000,000
2,000,000

Dec. 24, 1919

6,000,000

12,000,000

10,000
100,000
2,000,000
50,000
1,000,000
8,000
22,000
100,000
15,000
100,000
10,000

100,000
200,000
4,000,000
150,000
3,000,000
18,000
30,000
200,000
25,000
300,000
30,000

Equitable Trust Company of New
York....................................................... New Y ork .. . .
Albany Safe Deposit and Storage Com-

Dec.
Dec.
Aug.
Aug.
Nov.
Mar.
May
Y ork .. . . June
Y ork .. . . July
Y ork .. . . Sept.
Y o rk ... . Dec.

The State Safe Deposit Company. .
Asia Banking Corporation.....................
Public Credit Corporation.....................
Continental Guaranty Corporation.. . .
Yonkers Personal Loan Company. . . .

New Y ork .. . .
New York___
New York___
New York___
Yonkers..........

Bloomingdale Bros., private bankers..
Emil Kiss, private banker.....................
Bloomingdale Bros., private bankers. .
Alexander Angelinoff, private banker

New
New
New
New

Total..................................................




15, 1919
24, 1919
30,1919
28,1919
7,1919
31, 1919
22, 1919
18, 1919
24,1919
12,1919
30,1919

$27,190,000

26

A nnual R eport oe the

As shown by this table, the total increases of capital during the
year amounted to $27,190,000 and, i f to this amount be added
the capital of new institutions after eliminating all duplications
resulting from conversions and the capital of such corporations and
private bankers as voluntarily discontinued business and liqui­
dated their affairs, it appears that the State banking institutions
are placing at the service of the public $47,905,000 more capital
than was employed by them a year ago.
B ranch Offices
W hile there has been a very considerable development of branch
banking through the opening and maintenance of branch offices
during the year, this department has endeavored to be as con­
servative in the approval o f new branch offices as in the authoriza­
tion o f new institutions.
A number of new branch offices, how­
ever, have been approved in interior cities of the State where
branch banking, if practiced at all, has been attempted only on
a very limited scale.
A large number of branch offices have also been established
in other countries, many o f them in the Orient, by investment
companies organized for the purpose of promoting our foreign
trade and enabling this country to retain that position in inter­
national commerce which it for the first time attained during
the European War.
The sale o f Liberty and Victory Bonds to individuals as a
result of the patriotic appeals made to them during the war, the
general ownership of securities resulting from such appeals and
the great increase in the wealth o f the country as a result of war
activities and opportunities, has resulted in a great demand for
safe deposit boxes and this demand has been largely met by an
increase in the branch offices of such companies.
The following
table shows the location o f the new branch offices o f State institu­
tions approved during the yea r:




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27

N E W B R A N C H O F F IC E S
Location

Location of branch offices

Alliance Bank..............................................

Rochester. . . .

Bank of Long Island.................................

Jamaica..........

Bank of Long Island.................................

Jamaica..........

Bank of Coney Island...............................

Coney Island.

The Bank of United States......................
Colonial Bank.............................................

New Y ork .. . .
New Y o rk .. . .

Commercial Exchange Bank...................

New Y o rk .. ..

The Corn Exchange Bank.......................
The Corn Exchange Bank.......................

New Y ork .. . .
New Y o rk .. . .

The Corn Exchange Bank.......................

New Y ork .. . .

Northwest corner Lake and Ridgeway
aves., Rochester.
1800 Myrtle ave., Ridgewood, Borough
of Queens.
Fresh Pond road at or near its junction
with Putnam ave., Ridgewood, Bor­
ough of Queens.
585 Main St., Buffalo.
Corner Main and Niagara sts., Buffalo.
Northeast corner Surf ave. and West
25th st., New York city.
77 Delancey st., Borough of Manhattan.
Southeast corner Morris ave., Fordham
road and East 188th st., Borough of
Manhattan.
1129-1137 Broadway, Borough of Man­
hattan.
252 Steinway ave., Long Island City.
Southwest corner Grove and Fourth
sts., Borough of Manhattan
Park Row and Worth st., Borough of
Manhattan.

N a m e o f I n s t it u t io n

The Greenwich Bank of the City of
New York................................................ New Y ork ... .
John Nemeth State Bank.........................

The State Bank..........................................
The State Bank..........................................

American Trust Company.......................
American Trust Company.......................
Bankers Trust Company..........................
Bankers Trust Company..........................
Citizens Commercial Trust Company. .
Citizens Commercial Trust Company. .
Citizens Commercial Trust Company . .
Guaranty Trust Company.......................
Guaranty Trust Company.......................
Guaranty Trust Company.......................
Irving Trust Company.............................
Irving Trust Company.............................
Lincoln Trust Company...........................
Kingston Trust Company........................
Marine Trust Company of Buffalo........
Marine Trust Company of Buffalo........




Southwest corner of Greenwich and
Warren sts., Borough of Manhattan.
New Y ork .. . . 1597 Second ave., Borough of Man­
hattan.
949 Broadway, Buffalo.
1495 Genesee st., Buffalo.
164 Military road, Buffalo.
New Y o rk .. . . Southwest corner Fifth ave. and 30th
st., Borough of Manhattan.
New Y ork .. . . North-west corner of 158th st. and
Union
and
Westchester
aves.,
Borough of Manhattan.
New Y o rk ... . 375 Fulton st., Jamaica.
New Y o rk .. . . Bridge plaza, Long Island City.
New Y o rk .. . . Paris, France.
New Y ork .. . . Northwest corner Madison ave. and
57th st., Borough of Manhattan.
Buffalo............ 592-594 Genesee st., Buffalo.
Buffalo............ 606-610 Genesee St., Buffalo.
Buffalo............ 301 Triangle st., Buffalo.
24 and 26 Linden st., Geneva.
New Y o rk .. . . Fifth ave. and 44th st., Borough of
Manhattan.
New Y o rk .. . . Havre, Republic of France.
New Y o rk ... . 266-268 Grand st., Borough of Man­
hattan.
New Y o rk ... . 319 Fifth ave., Borough of Manhattan.
New Y o rk .. . . 350 Fulton st., Brooklyn.
New Y ork .. . . 7 Wall st., Borough of Manhattan.
Kingston......... 518 Broadway, Kingston
Buffalo............ Corner Main st. and Fillmore ave.,
Buffalo.
Buffalo............ Corner Jefferson and East Utica sts.,
Buffalo.

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A nnual R eport of the
N ew B ranch Offices — Continued
N ame

of

I nstitution

Location

Marine Trust Company of Buffalo,
Marine Trust Company of Buffalo,
Marine Trust Company of Buffalo
Marine Trust Company of Buffalo
Marine Trust Company of Buffalo
Marine Trust Company of Buffalo
Marine Trust Company of Buffalo
Marine Trust Company of Buffalo
Marine Trust Company of Buffalo
Marine Trust Company of Buffalo
The Peoples Trust Company..........

Buffalo...
Buffalo...
Buffalo...
Buffalo...
Buffalo...
Buffalo...
Buffalo..
Buffalo...
Buffalo...
Buffalo...
Brooklyn.

The Peoples Trust Company

Brooklyn

Syracuse Trust Company,
Syracuse Trust Company,

Syracuse
Syracuse

Trust and Deposit Company of Onondaga........................................................... Syracuse. .

American Foreign Banking Corporation New York.
American Foreign Banking Corporation New York.

Location of branch offices

Corner Seneca and Swan sts., Buffalo.
Corner Elk and Louisiana sts., Buffalo.
308 Elk st., Buffalo.
738 Seneca st., Buffalo.
1323 Jefferson st., Buffalo.
319 Connecticut st., Buffalo.
1479-1481 Hertel ave., Buffalo.
194 Allen st., Buffalo.
1423 Fillmore ave., Buffalo.
752 Tonawanda st., Buffalo.
230-232 Flatbush ave., Borough of
Brooklyn.
1455-1457 Myrtle ave., Borough of
Brooklyn.
509—
511 North Salina st., Syracuse.
Southeast corner Marcellus and South
Geddes sts., Syracuse.
100 North Salina st., Syracuse.
Changsa, Republic of China.
Hong Kong, Republic of China.
Canton, Republic of China.
Manila, Philippine Islands.
Manila, Philippine Islands.
Harbin, Manchuria.

American Foreign Banking Corporation
American Foreign Banking Corporation
American Foreign Banking Corporation
Continental Guaranty Corporation. . . .
Continental Guaranty Corporation. . . .
Continental Guaranty Corporation. . . .
General Motors Acceptance Corporation
General Motors Acceptance Corporation
General Motors Acceptance Corporation
General Motors Acceptance Corporation

New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New

General Motors Acceptance Corporation
General Motors Acceptance Corporation
General Motors Acceptance Corporation
Park-Union Foreign Banking Corpora­
tion............................................................
Park-Union Foreign Banking Corpora­
tion............................................................
Park-Union Foreign Banking Corpora­
tion.............................................................
Park-Union Foreign Banking Corpora­
tion.............................................................
Park-Union Foreign Banking Corpora­
tion.............................................................
Park-Union Foreign Banking Corpora­
tion.............................................................
Park-Union Foreign Banking Corpora­
tion.............................................................
Park-Union Foreign Banking Corpora­
tion.............................................................

New Y o r k ...
New Y ork ...
New Y o rk ...

San Pedro, Sula, Honduras.
Brussels, Belgium.
Buenos Ayres, Argentine Republic.
London, England.
Toronto, Canada.
Pittsburgh, Pa.
Chicago, 111.
Detroit, Mich.
Detroit, Mich.
1731-1737 Broadway, Borough of Man­
hattan.
Los Angeles, Cal.
Dallas, Texas.
San Francisco, Cal.

New Y o rk .. .

San Francisco, Cal.

New Y o rk .. .

Tokyo, Empire of Japan.

New Y o rk ...

Yokohama, Empire of Japan.

New Y o rk .. .

Kobe, Empire of Japan.

New York.. .

Hong Kong, Republic of China.

New Y o rk ...

Hankow, Republic of China,

New York. ..

Shanghai, Republic of China.

New York.. .

Singapore, Straits Settlement.




Y ork ...
Y o rk ...
Y o rk ...
Y o rk ...
Y o rk ...
Y o rk ...
York. ..
Y o rk ...
Y o rk ...
Y o rk ...

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S uperintendent of B anks
N ew B ranch Offices — Continued
N ame

of

I nstitution

Location

Park-Union Foreign Banking Corpora­
tion............................................................. New Y o r k ....
Park-Union Foreign Banking Corpora­
tion............................................................. New York___
Park-Union Foreign Banking Corpora­
tion............................................................. New York___
Realty Associates Investment Corpora­
tion............................................................. New Y o r k ....
Astor Safe Deposit Company.................. New York___
Bank of Long Island Safe Deposit Com­
pany.......................................................... Jamaica
Bank of Long Island Safe Deposit Com­
pany.......................................................... Jamaica
Bank of Long Island Safe Deposit Com­
pany.......................................................... Jamaica
Bank of Long Island Safe Deposit Com­
pany.......................................................... Jamaica
Bank of Long Island Safe Deposit Com­
pany.......................................................... Jamaica
Bank of Long Island Safe Deposit Com­
pany.......................................................... Jamaica...........

Location of branch offices

Seattle, Wash.
TienTsin, Republic of China.
Paris, Republic of France.
164 Remsen st., Borough of Brooklyn.
Northwest corner Madison ave., and
57th st., Borough of Manhattan.
82 Main st., Flushing.
Corner Jamaica and Hamilton aves.,
Richmond Hill.
Corner Boulevard and Pleasant aves.,
Rockaway Beach.
Corner Boulevard
Place, Seaside.

and

Wainwright

Corner Broadway and Laurel Hill Blvd.,
Elmhurst.
5 Skillman Place, Plaza, Long Island

C
ity.
Bank of Long Island Safe Deposit Com­
pany .......................................................... Jamaica..........
Bank of Long Island Safe Deposit Com­
pany.......................................................... Jamaica..........
Citizens Commercial Safe Deposit Com­
pany.......................................................... Buffalo............
Citizens Commercial Safe Deposit Com­
pany.......................................................... Buffalo............
Colonial Bank Safe Deposit Company..

New Y ork .. . .

Corn Exchange Safe Deposit Company.
Corn Exchange Safe Deposit Company.

New Y ork .. . .
New York___

Corn Exchange Safe Deposit Company.

New Y o rk .. . .

Corn Exchange Safe Deposit Company.

New York___

Corn Exchange Safe Deposit Company.

New York___

Corn Exchange Safe Deposit Company.

New Y o rk .. . .

Franklin Safe Deposit Company............

Brooklyn........

State Safe Deposit Company...................

New Y ork .. . .

State Safe Deposit Company..................

New York___




Comer Cornaga and Central aves., Far
Rockaway.
Corner 46th st. and Sackett st., Corona.
606 Genesee st., Buffalo.
Corner Niagara and Tonawanda sts.,
Buffalo.
Southeast corner Fordham Road and
East 188th st., New York.
311 Lenox ave., New York.
Corner St. Nicholas ave. and 181st st.,
New York.
Southwest corner Grove and 4th sts.,
Borough of Manhattan.
196-198 Park Row, Borough of Man­
hattan.
200-202 Worth st., Borough of Man­
hattan.
Corner Ave. D and East 10th st.,
Borough of Manhattan.
21 East 40th st., Borough of Man­
hattan.
Corner 115th st. and Fifth ave., Bor­
ough of Manhattan.
Northwest corner 158th st. and Union
and Westchester aves., Borough of
Manhattan.

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A nnual R eport of the
B ranch O ffices D iscontinued

N o branch office has been discontinued during the year except
as the result o f the opening o f a new branch office in the same
locality. N o provision is made in the banking law for a change
o f location o f a branch office through a formal proceeding. Such
changes are, therefore, effected by authorizing the opening of a
new branch office conditioned upon the discontinuance of a branch
office already in existence.
The following table gives the loca­
tions o f the branch offices o f various institutions which have been
discontinued in this manner:

name of institution

Bank of Long Island............
Bank of United States.........
Commercial Exchange Bank
The State Bank.....................

The State Bank...................

Location

Location of branch office

Jamaica...........
New Y ork .. . .
New Y o rk .. . .
New Y o rk .. . .
New Y o rk .. ..

1801 Myrtle ave., Ridgewood
320 Fifth ave., Borough of Manhattan
1196 Broadway, Borough of Manhattan
7 East 26th st., Borough of Manhattan
Southwest corner of 158th street and
Union and Westchester aves.
592-594 Genesee st., Buffalo
Southeast corner Fifth ave. and 43d st.,
Borough of Manhattan
43 Flatbush ave., Borough of Brooklyn

Citizens Commercial Trust C o ............... Buffalo............
Guaranty Trust Company of New York. New Y o rk .. . .
The People's Trust Company................. Brooklyn........
General Motors Acceptance Corpora­
tion ............................................................ New Y ork .. . .
General Motors Acceptance Corpora­
tion ............................................................ New Y ork .. . .
State Safe Deposit Company

New Y o rk .. . .

Detroit, Mich.
San Francisco, Cal.
Southwest corner of 158th st. and
Union and Westchester aves.

A gencies of F oreign B anking Corporations
There has been little change in the foreign banking corporations
authorized to maintain agencies in this State for the purpose of
making loans and facilitating exchange operations.
A gradual
increase in the number o f banking corporations organized under
the laws of other States which maintain such agencies within the
State is worthy o f notice.
Such agencies have thus far been
confined to New York City.
The following table gives the names and locations of the bank­
ing corporations maintaining such agencies and the locations of
the agencies on December 31, 1919:




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NAM E

African Banking Corporation, Ltd
Anglo South American Bank, L td.
Bank of British West Africa, L td .,
Bank of Montreal..............................
Bank of Nova Scotia...................... .
Canadian Bank of Commerce........
Colonial Bank.................................................
Chartered Bank of India, Australia and
China.............................................................
International Banking Corporation...........
London and Brazilian Bank, L td...............
The London and River Plate Bank, L td. .
Merchants Bank of Canada.........................
Royal Bank of Canada.................................
Standard Bank of South Africa, L td.........
Yokohama Specie Bank, Ltd.......................
Banco Di Napoli.............................................
Banco Di Napoli
Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Cor­
poration........................................................
Mercantile Bank of the Americas, Inc. . . .
National Bank of South Africa, L td.........

Address

London, England.. 64 Wall st., New York, N. Y .
London, England.. 49 Broadway, New York, N. Y .
London, England.. 100 Beaver st., New York, N. Y .
Montreal, P. Q ___ 64 Wall st., New York, N. Y.
Halifax, N. S .......... 52 Wall st., New York, N. Y .
Toronto, Canada. . 16 Exchange pi., New York,
N. Y .
London, England.. 22 William st., New York, N. Y.
London, England..
Bridgeport, Conn..
London, England..
London, England..
Montreal, P. Q . . . .
Montreal, P. Q ___
London, England..
Yokohama, Japan.
Naples, Italy..........
Naples, Italy.

88 Wall st., New York, N. Y .
55 Wall st., New York, N. Y .
56 Wall st., New York, N. Y .
51 Wall st., New York, N. Y .
63 Wall st., New York, N. Y .
68 William st., New York, N. Y .
68 Wall st., New York, N. Y .
120 Broadway, New York, N. Y .
526-528 Broadway and 88-94
Spring st., New York, N. Y .
355 East 149th st., New York,
N. Y .

Hong Kong, China. 36 Wall st., New York, N. Y.
Hartford, Conn___ 44 Pine st., New York, N. Y .
Pretoria, Union of
South Africa___ 19 Wall st., New York, N. Y .

The Commercial Bank of Spanish America,
Ltd................................................................. L o n d o n , E n g la n d . .
Philippine National Bank............................. Manila, P. I ...........
Union Bank of Canada................................. Winnipeg, Canada.
Bank of Taiwan, L td..................................... Taihoku, Island of
Taiwan................
First National Corporation.......................... Boston, Mass.........
The Sumitomo Bank, Ltd............................ Osaka, Japan.........
Banca Commerciale Italians....................... Milan, Italy...........
The Dominion Bank...................................... Toronto, Canada. .
American Express Co., Inc........................... Hartford, Conn. . .
Bank of Chosen.............................................. Seoul
(K o r e a ),
Japan...................
Northwestern Trust and Savings B ank.. . Chicago, 111.............
The Shawmut Corporation of Boston. . . .

Address of agency

Boston, Mass.........

49 B ro a d w a y , N e w Y o r k , N . Y .

37 Broadway, New York, N. Y .
49 Wall st., New York, N. Y .
165 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
14 Wall st., New York, N. Y .
149 Broadway, New York, N. Y .
165 Broadway, New York, N. Y .
51 Broadway, New York, N. Y .
65 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
120 Broadway, New York, N. Y .
130 East Seventh st., New York,
N. Y .
65 Broadway, New York, N. Y .

B anking I nstitutions V oluntarily Closed
A s has already been noticed, no State hanking institution was
closed by the Superintendent o f Banks during the year.
The
following table gives the names o f the corporations and individ­
uals under his supervision which have voluntarily closed during
the year, together with the total amount o f their resources and
o f their deposits and other liabilities as last reported:




32

A nnual R eport of the

Total
deposits

Stock or
share
liability

Other
liabilities

$4,875,541

$2,946,213

$300,000

$1,302,723

New Y ork .. . .

8,202,213

6,748,794

700,000

313,297

New Y o rk .. . .

31,744,114

26,106,773

1,000,000

2,636,590

4,461,374

NAM E

Total
amount
of
resources

3,572,018

600,000

199,899

109,225

31,515

*20,000

1,899

Location

Central City Trust ComTransatlantic Trust ComScandinavian Trust ComQueens County Trust ComVincenzo De Luca, Private
New Y ork .. . .
Lofari and Rossi, Private
*5,000

5,250
C.

Sconfietti

and

Co.,
Rochester. . . .

51,043

35,392

*5,000

150

New Y o rk .. . .

30,261

15

*10,000

1,364

New Y o rk .. . .
The Elmira Mutual Building-Loan Association.. ..
The Jewish Farmers Cooperative Credit Union
of Mountaindale, New
York.................................... Mountaindale.
Madison Avenue Credit
New Y ork .. . .
The Tribune Credit Union,
New Y o rk ... .

24,537

*10,000

4,953

4,953

710

705

David C. Goodman, Private
Morris B. Goldberger, Pri-

368

4

361

479

5

304

$49,510,068

$39,440,729

$2,656,323

$4,455,922

* Permanent capital.

The Central City Trust Company, of Syracuse, was consoli­
dated, through the purchase o f its assets and the assumption
o f its liabilities, with the City Bank Trust Company, of that city.
The Transatlantic Trust Company went into voluntary liquida­
tion as the result o f action taken by the Alien Enemy Custodian.
Its depositors have been paid in full.
The assets o f the Scandinavian Trust Company were purchased
and its liabilities assumed by one o f the large national banks in
New Y ork City which wished to avail itself of the large foreign
business that had been built up by this company.
The Queens County Trust Company was consolidated with the




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o f

33

B anks

American Trust Company through a purchase of its assets and
the assumption o f its liabilities.
The business formerly conducted by Vincenzo de Luca as a
private banker is now being conducted by Vincenzo de Luca and
Frank de Luca, private bankers.
Lofaro and Rossi, private bankers, paid their liabilities in full
and discontinued business.
The private banking business of Cesare Sconfietti and Com­
pany is now being conducted by Cesare Sconfietti, individually.
David C. Goodman and Morris B. Goldberger formed a part­
nership and are now doing business at a new location and with
an increased capital.
The Elmira Mutual Building-Loan Association had been in
liquidation under the direction of its officers for many years and
the Jewish Farmers Co-operative Credit Union of Mountaindale,
the Tribune Credit Union, Incorporated, and the Madison Avenue
Credit Union, o f F ew York, had not done any substantial amount
o f business since their authorization.
S cope

of

D

epartm ent

W

ork

and

E

x a m in a t io n

The different classes of banking institutions subject to the
supervision of this Department, the number of each class that
filed reports when last called for under the provisions of the
Banking Law and their total deposits and resources as reported
are shown in the following table:

C lasses

No.

220
141
99
91
51
25
2
249
1
1
41
27
2
950

of

I nstitutions

Banks of deposit and discount...................
Savings banks.................................................
Trust companies.............................................
Private bankers..............................................
Safe deposit companies..................................
Investment companies...................................
Security companies.........................................
Savings and loan associations.......................
Building lot association.................................
Land bank of the State of New Y ork..........
Credit unions..................................................
Personal loan companies.............................
Personal loan brokers.....................................
Total......................................................

2



Deposits

R(sou"ces

$1,215,175,894 31,425,124,541
2,179,034,582 2,367,010,001
2,885,355,813 3,721,919,526
17,943,288
25,810,158
10,406,332
8,660,873
95,400,400
1,082,708
89,0 7,871
24,293
637,662
50,390
568,034
1,001,873
16,409
$6,306,220,840 $7,738,109,718

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A nnual R eport of the

The institutions included in this table maintain 267 branch offi­
ces in the State and 60 without the State. Forty-three institutions
have been authorized which have not as yet filed reports with this
Department and are not therefore included in the table. Thirtytwo foreign banking corporations maintain offices in this State for
their duly authorized agents and fifty-two national banks have
deposited securities with this Department in order to enable them
to maintain trust departments in accordance with the Banking
Law as amended which must be examined during the coming year
under the provisions of that statute. As a result, there are 1,404
separate offices of banking corporations which should be examined
by examiners of this Department during the ensuing year. In
order to make satisfactory examinations of institutions main­
taining foreign branches, it is desirable at least once in each
year to examine foreign branch offices on the same date at which
the examination of the main office is commenced and this has
been accomplished by sending a force of examiners to Europe.
Now that, in our endeavor to maintain our position in inter­
national commerce, branch offices have been opened by New York
State banking institutions in the West Indies, in South America
and all along the Pacific coast of Asia, it will be difficult for this
Department to maintain its high reputation for efficiency without
a very great increase in expense. This difficulty is accentuated at
the present time by the high cost of living and the inability of the
Department to pay its examiners a compensation that is at all com­
mensurate with the salaries paid by the larger banking institutions.
L iq u id a t io n

B

ureau

The Superintendent of Banks is still nominally in charge of
the liquidation of nineteen institutions which, with the exception
o f the Model Building and Loan Association of Mott Haven,
which was closed March 9, 1917, failed during the period from
1908 to 1912. Some of these failures undoubtedly resulted from
conditions that prevailed during the panic of 1907 and 1908.
On March 1, 1919, a final dividend of $14,121.78, or 20 per
centum o f their claims, was paid to the depositors with the Bank
of Cape Vincent, which was closed May 4, 1915, bringing the
total payments to the depositors and creditors of that institution



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S uperintendent of B anks

up to 70 per centum o f the full amount due them and a final
accounting made.
A final dividend has also been paid to the depositors with the
Sea Cliff Bank, who received the full amount of their claims with
interest and a final order o f dissolution obtained.
On the 9th day of June, 1919, a dividend of $-114,489.63, or
30 per centum of their claims, was paid to the depositors and
creditors with the Lafayette Trust Company, bringing the total
payments made to them up to 85 per centum of the full book
value of their claims.
So much progress has been made in the liquidation of the affairs
o f the other institutions referred to that it is expected that, unless
litigation compels further unforeseen delays, the Liquidation
Bureau will have been discontinued before another annual report
is submitted. It is believed that a majority of the most important
and vexatious liquidations will be completed within the next few
months.
The following table gives the names of the institutions whose
affairs are still in liquidation, the date of closing and the per­
centage and amount of dividends thus far paid:

N ame

of

I nstitution

Afro-American Investment and Building
Company.................................................
Binghamton Trust Company....................
Borough Bank of Brooklyn.......................
Carnegie Safe Deposit Company..............
Carnegie Trust Company..........................
Empire Savings and Loan Association....
European American Bank.........................
Excelsior Building and Loan Association.
Industrial Savings and Loan Company...
Knickerbocker Savings and Loan Com­
pany .........................................................
Lafayette Trust Company.........................
Model Building and Loan Association___
Northern Bank of New Y ork....................
New York Mortgage Company................
Universal Trust Company.........................
Union Bank of Brooklyn...........................
Washington Savings Bank.........................
Woodhaven Bank.......................................
Total....................................................
^General creditors paid in full.




Cash dividends
paid

Per­
centage

Date of
closing

$1,922
1,933,509
270,407
286,126
3,824,667
1,262
143,452
31,036
1,229,399

39
89
31
29
20
13
93
43
34

*43
70
29
61
44
*10
81
*18
*51

July 13,
April 9,
April 7,
Sept. 23,
Jan. 6,
July 29,
Aug. 6,
Jan. 30,
June 29,

46,538
1,181,479
146,598
3,883,889
261,028
1,073
719,076
1,067,098
516,694

95
15
51
12
78
98
35
88
21

*48
85
*35
70
54
*5
20
75
85

May
Nov.
Mar.
Dec.
June
Feb.
April
Dec.
Oct.

$15,545,261 84

1911
1909
1910
1911
1911
1912
1910
1912
1912

20, 1911
30, 1908
9, 1917
24, 1910
29, 1910
16,1912
5, 1910
28, 1910
28, 1912

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A nnual R eport op the

S ecurities D eposited with the 'Superintendent of B anks
During the year 1919, the securities deposited with the Super­
intendent of Banks in trust have been largely increased on account
o f the organization o f new institutions, the increase in the capital
o f trust companies that has taken place during the year, the crea­
tion o f trust departments by national banks and the deposit by
them o f bonds with the Superintendent of Banks in accordance
with the provisions of the Banking Law.
On December 31, 1919, there had been deposited with the
Superintendent o f Banks in trust by trust companies, State and
national banks, private bankers and investment companies the fol­
lowing securities:
United
United
United
United
United
United
United

States
States
States
States
States
States
States

2 per cent bonds.......................
$36, 000
3 per cent bonds.......................
1,000
314 per cent bonds..................
1, 824, 500
3% per cent bonds..................
1,010,000
4 per cent bonds.......................
31,000
414 per cent bonds.................. 11,540, 250
4% per cent bonds...................
511,500

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
$14,954,250 00

New
New
New
New

York
York
York
York

New
New
New
New
New
New

State
State
State
State

York
York
York
York
York
York

3 per cent bonds..................
4 per cent bonds..................
414 per cent bonds..............
4% per cent bonds.............

$22-6,000
815,000
118,000
256,000

00
00
00
00

City 214 per cent bonds............
City 3 per cent bonds.................
City 314 per cent bonds.............
City 4 per cent bonds................
City 414 per cent bonds............
City 414 per cent bonds.............

$330,000
468,500'
2,537,500
1,328,500
6,667,400
1,302,000

00
00
00
00
00
00

1, 415, 000 00

Brooklyn City 314 per cent bonds..............................................
Albany City 314 per cent bonds.......................
$6, 700 00
Albany City 414 per cent bonds.......................
2, 000 00

12,633,000 00
140,000 00
8, 700 00

Buffalo
Buffalo
Buffalo
Buffalo

City
City
City
City

4 per cent bonds.......................
414 per cent bonds...................
414 per cent bonds...................
7 per cent bonds.......................

$25,000
55, 800
8, 000
40,000

00
00
00
00'
128,800 00

Cohoes City 314 per cent bonds...................................................
Jamestown City 4 per cent bonds..................
$26,000 00
Jamestown City 414 per cent bonds...............
5,000 00
Middletown City 314 per eent bonds..........
Mount Vernon City 4 per cent bonds. . . .
Niagara Falls City 4 per cent bonds........
North Tonawanda City 414 per cent bonds
Poughkeepsie City 414 per cent bonds. . . .
Bochester City 314 per cent bonds...............
Rochester City 414 per cent bonds..............




2, 000 00
31, 000 00
20, 000- 00
12.000 00
30, 000 00
1, 650 00
40, 000 00

$80,000 00
65,000 00
145, 000 00

37

Superintendent op B anks
Rome City 4 per cent bonds...........................
Schenectady City 4% per cent bonds..........
Syracuse City 4% per cent bonds.............. .. .
Troy City 4% per cent bonds...........................
Troy City 4% per cent bonds...........................

10.000 00

3,000 00

10,000 00
$25,000 00
2,000 00

27,000 00
Utica City 4 per cent bonds...........................
Utica City 4% per cent bonds.......................

$ 8,

000 00
5,000 00
13, 000 00

Yonkers City 4 per cent bonds.......................
Yonkers City 5 per cent bonds.......................

$52,000 00
53,000 00
105.000 00

2,000 00

Massachusetts State 3% per cent b o n d s ....
Bayonne City 5 per cent bonds.......................
Boston City 4 per cent bonrs...........................
Cincinnati City 4 per cent bonds....................
Providence City 4 per cent bonds...................
San Francisco City and County 4% per cent
bonds ................................................................
San Francisco City and County 5 per cent
bonds ................................................................

5, 000 00

1, 000 00
500 00
1,000 00
$5, 000 00
2,000 00
7.000
25,000
2.000
2,000
4,190
500
6,000
49, 000
272.000
124,000
33, 000

Livingston County 4% per cent bonds. . .
Schoharie County 4% per cent b o n d s ...
Canandaigua Village 4 per cent bonds. . .
Little Valley Village 4.95 per cent bonds
Moravia Village 4 per cent bonds............
Solvay Village 414 per cent bonds............
Railroad 3% per cent bonds.....................
Railroad 4 per cent bonds.........................
Railroad 4% per cent bonds....................
Railroad 5 per cent bonds.........................

00
00
00
00
40
00
00
00
00
00
00

$30, 264, 490 40
U n c l a im e d D

e p o s it s

or

O ther T

D

iv id e n d s

han

of

C lo se d I n s t it u t io n s

S a v in g s B a n k s

The payments made to those having claims against closed insti­
tutions, other than savings hanks, from the funds deposited with
the Superintendent of Banks upon the final liquidation of such
institutions amounted to $539.36 during the year. These pay­
ments were made to depositors with the Albany County Bank,
the Sea Cliff Bank and the Williamsburgh Trust Company.
The following table contains a statement of the funds still held
by the Superintendent of Banks in trust for the unlocated
creditors of closed institutions other than savings banks, the
amounts originally deposited for them, the total payments to
claimants and the balance remaining in his hands:




A nnual R eport of the

Year closed

Year chartered

38

NAME OF INSTITUTION

1913 Albany County Bank*.......................
1903
1910 Bank of Wayne of Lyons, N. Y ........
1912 Birkbeck Investment, Savings and
Loan Company of America...........
1860 1911 Brooklyn Bank*.................................
1852
1868 1893 Commercial Bank of Brooklyn..........
1903 1905 Cooper Exchange Bank.....................
1894 1900 Delaware Loan and Trust Company*
1903 1906 Eastern Discount Bank*...................
1893 1919 Elmira Building Mutual Loan Associ-

1871
1885
1895
1892

Rate
per cent
of
payment

100
93.22
100
100

Unclaimed
deposits or
dividends
deposited
with
Super­
intendent

Paid by
Superin­
tendent
to
claimants

$2,403 63
2,161 71
48 16

$249 34
93 65
1 70

1904 1911 Greenpoint Polish Cooperative Savings and Loan Association.............
1902 1913
1888 1909 Harbor and Suburban Building and
1907 1912 Hungarian American Bank*..............
1904 1908 Interboro Bank*.................................
1914 Jenkins and Company, private bank1914 1917 Lanzetta, James, private banker*. . .
1888 1912 Long Island Building and Loan

79
94
98
20
23
60
16

6,979 13

100
100

2,232 35
743 82

276 68

100

1888 1905 Gansevoort Bank*..............................
1875 1906 German American Bank of Roch-

89 i
871
100
100

994
2,534
378
981
1,346
73
8,279

2,229 39

67
100

656 76
1,757 52

16.541
100
100
100
100

150 17
40 18
2 88
2 37

$2,154 29
2,038 06
46 46
844
2,494
378
978
1,343
73
1,300

62
76
98
32
86
60
03

2,232 35
467 14
2,229 39

43 96

612 80
1,757 52

155 78
751 46
339 15

496 57
149 65

155 78
254 89
189 50

97 71
91 00

5 00

97 71
86 00
55 96

100
1888 1918 Mutual Savings, Loan and Building
Association of Rome, N. Y .* .........
1914 1916 Namm, Adolph I., private banker*. .
1902 1909 Nineteenth Ward Co-operative Sav-

Balances
unclaimed

6 25
64 27

6 25
64 27

11 14

11 14

t286.2

407 41

407 41

100
100
100

40 43
481 37
164 18

54 01
75 04

40 43
427 36
89 14

84
100
100

223 73
118 81
530 82

85
346 05

223 73
117 96
184 77

21 89
14,182 70

20 11
9,793 15

1 78
4,389 55

100
100
62.69

1886 1912 Popular Banking, Savings and Loan
1888 1915 Produce Exchange Building and Loan
1906 1911 Sea Cliff Bank.....................................
1905 1911 Terminal Bank*..................................
1887 1909 Union Dime Permanent Loan Associa1905 1908 United States Exchange Bank*........
1889 1914 Washington Trust Company*...........
1905 1909 Williamsburgh Co-operative Savings
and Loan Association.....................
1899 1911 Williamsburg Trust Company*.........

36.55
100

$44,566 30 $18,780 49 $25,785 81
* Voluntary liquidation,
t Paid to shareholders.




39

S uperintendent op B anks
Cost op M aintenance

The total expenses o f the Department during the year which
ended June 30, 1919, amounted to $300,559.74 as compared with
$268,358.40 during the preceding fiscal year. The account of
the Banking Department on the books of the State Comptroller
shows that from the date of the Department’s organization, in
1851, to June 30, 1919, the Department had received from the
State Treasurer an aggregate o f $4,373,059.81 and had paid into
the State treasury in the same time a total o f $4,280,549.17.
The balance still due the State Treasurer on July 1, 1919, has
since been paid. The cost of maintaining the Department since
its organization in 1851 has therefore been entirely paid by the
institutions under its supervision. The appropriations and ex­
penses paid during the fiscal year which ended June 30, 1919,
are shown in the following table:
PERSONAL SERVICE
Debit

Appropriation, Chapter 181, Laws of 1917
Balance July 1, 1918 ..........................................................................
Credit

Salaries and expenses of
Adams, G. S., examiner.......................................
Andrews, H. S., examiner...................................
Berger, G. F., Jr., examiner...............................
Bullock, B. B., examiner.....................................
Campbell A. T., examiner.................................
Chittenden, S. I., examiner.................................
Clark, A. B., examiner.......................................
Cline, Howard, ex a m in er...................................
Crane, F. G., examiner.....................................
Dodge, E. L., examiner.....................................
Duerr, E. A., examiner......................................
Egbert, G. W., examiner.....................................
Fairbanks, Benjamin, Jr., examiner..............
Frazer, J. S., exam iner....................................
Gallagher, F. A., examiner...............................
Hendrickson, G. R., examiner...........................
Horne, C. A., examiner.......................................
Humphrey, R. W., examiner...........................
Hutchins, Claude, examiner ...........................
Irving, Emmett, examiner ...............................
Kennedy, H. B., examiner..............................
Kennedy, J. J., examiner...............................
K illip, N. T., examiner......................................
Kinney, J. M., examiner...................................
Love, J. S., examiner.........................................
MacCallum, W. A., examiner...........................
Macdonald, N. J., examiner.............................




$310
480
258
357
486
318
314
224
420
423
275
367
317
434
245
250
406>
374
449
224
344
406
329
309
390
507
394

68
00
88
10
00
76
47
45
00
00
42
50
80
78
21
07
00
10
16
00
70
00
54
92
00
56
52

$16. 790 42

40

A nnual R epoet of the

McArdle, A. B., examiner...................................
McCaffrey, W. T., examiner.............................
Mesick, J. I., examiner....................................
Morey, A. H., examiner....................................
O’Byrne, J. C., examiner.................................
Orens, N., examiner ...........................................
Piderit, F. W., examiner...................................
Scott, I. V., examiner.......................................
Smith, G . F., examiner....................................
<
Snodgrass, A. FI., examiner............................
Taylor, R. W., examiner...................................
Tompkins, II. L., examiner...............................
Van Pelt, A. J., examiner.................................
Wheeler, A. B., examiner.................................
Young, H. J., examiner.....................................

$219
269
353
343
297
330
314
421
420
243
308
420
304
310
457

26
82
91
25
72
00
06
18
00
40
00
00
40
39
62

$14,632 63
2.157 79
-----------------

Lapsed appropriations

$16, 790 42

MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION
D ebit

Appropriation, Chapter 181, Laws of 1917
Balance July 1, 1918..........................................................................

$ 6 ,5S4 59

Credit

Printing ....................................................................

$2, 516 62

Equipment

Furniture and furnishings .............................
Law hooks, financial periodicals, e tc............
Supplies ....................................................................
Traveling expenses:
George I. Skinner .............................................
Frank S. Kenyon ................................................
George Overocker ...............................................
G. R. Jewett .....................................................
Edward R. Anker .............................................
Albert De Lisser ...............................................
Communication
Express and cartage .........................................
Telephone and telegraph...................................
General plant service, reports of financial
agencies, etc. ........................................................
Rent ..........................................................................
Lapsed appropriations

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

193 19
63 00
6S5 91
98 96
46 86
12 80
1 66
1270
5 30
74 35
406 19
1, 002 10
833 33
$5,952 97
631 62
6,584 59

PERSONAL SERVICE
D ebit

Appropriation, Chapter 151, Laws of 1918
Administration, General
Superintendent ....................................................
$10,000 00
First deputy superintendent ...........................
6, 000 00
Second deputy superintendent.........................
5, 500 00
Third deputy superintendent .........................
5, 000 00
Fourth deputy superintendent .......................
4, 500 00
Land and opinion clerk.....................................
3, 900 00




41

S uperintendent op B anks
Hearing stenographer .......................................
$1, 800 00
1,600 00
Stenographer and. clerk ...................................
Filing clerk ..........................................................
1, 500 00
File and index clerk...........................................
1,500 00
Bookkeeper or clerk, four andone-half months
500 00
Accounts
Bookkeeper ..........................................................
1, 200 00
Clerk ......................................................................
900 00
Bureau of Savings and Loan
Stenographer and clerk ...................................
1, 500 00
Xew York Office
Confidential stenographer ...............................
1, 800 00
Stenographer
...................................................
1,500 00
Clerk ....................................................................
1, 500 00
Bureau of Bank Examination
Stenographer ........................................................
1,700 00
Bureau of Credit and Verification
Examiner ..............................................................
1. 800 00
Stenographer andclerk ....................................
1, 400 00
Stenographer andclerk ....................................
1, 100 00
Stenographer ......................................................
900 00
Typewriter copyist and clerk..........................
1,100 00
Bureau of Bank Examination
For salaries and expenses of examiners in
connection with the examination of cor­
porations and individual bankers, pursu­
ant to the Banking Law under the follow­
ing bureaus:
Bureau of Savings and
Loan, Bureau of Credit and Verification,
Metropolitan district, Central district,
Eastern district, Western district and Sav­
ings Banks ......................................................
200, 000 00
Private Bankers’ Bureau
Confidential clerk and private secretary. . . .
3. 200 00
Confidential messenger .....................................
1,500 00
Stenographer ........................................................
1,000 00
.7.200 00
Inspectors, four at $1,800.................................
Examiners
For salaries and expenses of examiners, in­
cluding examiner in charge in connection
with the examination of private bankers. .
10.000 00
-----------------------Credit

Salaries of
George I. Skinner, superintendent...................
Frank S. Kenyon, first deputy superintendent
Guernsey B. Jewett, second deputy superin­
tendent ..............................................................
George Overocker, third deputy superin­
tendent ..............................................................
Collin H. Woodward, fourth deputy superin­
tendent ..............................................................
Edward R. Anker,land and opinion clerk. ..
Caroline M. Clancy,hearingstenographer. . .
Blanche M. Bortlnvick, stenographer and
clerk ..................................................................
Elizabeth E. Staley, filing clerk.....................
Lillian F. Carabine, file and index clerk. . . .
Ambrose J. Delaney, bookkeeper.......................
Parker F. Shea, temporary bookkeeper..........
John J. Sullivan, clerk.......................................




$10,000 00
4, 000 00
5,500 00
5, 000 00
4,246 00
3, 900 00
1, 800 00
1, 600
1,500
1, 500
250
950
904

00
00
00
00
00
16

$281, 100 00

42

A nnual R epoet of the

Mary H. Shields, stenographer and clerk. . , .
Hazel Callahan, confidential stenographer. . .
Elizabeth S. Van Vranken, stenographer. . .
Harriett B. Kennedy, clerk...............................
Clinton D. Ganse, stenographer.......................
Joseph Meltsner, ex a m in e r...............................
William Taner, bookkeeper-examiner ..........
Arthur I. Rand, stenographer and clerk. . . .
Hazel Sullivan, stenographer and clerk........
Mary F. Hogan, stenographer.........................
Doris Weinstein, stenographer .......................
Ottillia M. Dinsenbacher typewriter copyist
and clerk ........................................................
Salaries and expenses of
G S. Adams, examiner...............
*.
$3, 181 32
G. M. Aldrich, examiner..........
1,407 98
4. 908 32
H. S. Andrews, examiner..........
G. F. Berger, examiner..............
2, 457 991
B. B. Bullock, examiner..........
3,440 80
R. L. Bush, examiner.................
1,628 21
A. T. Campbell, examiner........
5. 181 00
S. I. Chittenden, e x a m in e r....
3.113 15
A. B\ Clark, examiner..............
3,511 88
184 00
Howard Cline, examiner..........
F. G. Crane, examiner...............
4,412 38
Wm. Cuffney, examiner............
667 22
E. L. Dodge, examiner............
3,970 55
E. A. Duerr, examiner...............
2,291 25
G. W7. Egbert, examiner............
4, 065 00
Benj. Fairbanks, Jr., examiner
4. 302 75
J. S. Frazer, examiner.............
4.851 86
F. A. Gallagher, ex a m in e r....
2.655 41
Lawrence Geser, examiner. . . .
656 20
Benj. D. Haight, ex a m in e r....
3.233 68
R. Haven, examiner .................
2. 213 41
G. R. Hendrickson, exam iner..
2,985 33
1.397 03
F. L. H. Holzer, examiner........
C. A. Horne, examiner...............
4,462 17
R. W. Humphrey, exam iner...
4,269 25
Claude Hutchins, examiner. . . .
5. 225 40
Emmett Irving, examiner........
2.444 56
H. B. Kennedy, examiner........
4.482 43
J. J. Kennedy, examiner..........
3,027 02
K. T. Killip, examiner..............
3,915 11
2.554 50
J. M. Kinney, examiner............
Arthur Koch, examiner............
1, 720 92
J. S. Love, examiner.................
4. 127 33
W7. A. MacCallum, examiner. . .
5. 414 28
N. J. Macdonald, e x a m in e r....
4,127 50
A. J. McArdle, examiner..........
2,160 01
W. T. McCaffrey, examiner. .. .
3,608 18
Frank McLaughlin, examiner. .
47 20
G. V. McLaughlin, examiner. .
18 75
J. I. Mesiek, examiner...............
3,758 22
A. H. Morey, examiner...............
3,940 41
J. A. Murray, inspector.........
95 62
J. C. O’Byrne, examiner..........
3,422 15
N. Orens, examiner...................
3,271 50
L. W. Palmer, e x a m in e r....
611 88
F. W. Piderit, examiner..........
4,682 79
G. A. Plant, examiner...............
4,246 83




1.500
900
1.500
1.500
1, 700
1,092
524
1,400
274
1,075
900

00
00
00
00
00
86
98
00
98
01
00

1,100 00

S uperintendent of B anks
L. N. Roe, examiner...................
I. V. Scott, examiner..............
P. N. Sliippee, examiner..........
R. T. Simmons, examiner..........
G. F. Smith, examiner...............
A. H. Snodgrass, examiner. . . .
G. A. Strack, examiner..........
R. W. Taylor, examiner..........
H. L. Tompkins, ex a m in e r....
A. J. Van Pelt, examiner........
G. E. Varcoe, examiner. . . .
A. B. Wheeler, examiner..........
H. J. Young, examiner...............
Grace E. White, temporary clerk
Mrs. Anna E. Wallace, tempo­
rary clerk ...............................

43

$1,641
4,426
3, 689
1,639
4,171
2, 700
640
4, 723

78
18
60
22
06
05
00
52
18000
4,276 21
75418
3,201 61
5,537 17
26290
525 00
$180, 719 21

Salaries of
J. Johnson Ray, confidential clerk and
private secretary ............................................
Cornelius E. Price, confidential messenger. .
Dina B. Rosenfeld, stenographer.....................
Albert De Lisser, inspector...............................
Benedetto A. Palumbo, inspector.....................
John A. Murray, inspector...............................
Charles Clarke, inspector.................................

3,200
1, 500
750
1, 800
1,800
575
1, 800

00
00
01
00
00
84
00

$246, 7163 05
10, 536 95
-------------------

Lapsed appropriations

$257, 300 00

Available balance July 1, 1919............................................. , .. .

$23, 800 00

Additional compensation paid! from chapter 566, Laws of 1918.

$329 56

RETIRED EMPLOYEES
D ebit

Appropriation, chapter 151, Laws of 1918...................................

$3,000 00

Credit

Lapsed appropriation ........................................................................
MAINTENANCE

AND

3, 000 00

OPERATION

D ebit

Appropriation, chapter 151, Laws of 1918, as follows:
Printing, general ....................................................
$7, 000 00
Advertising ..............................................................
2,500 00
Equipment ................................................................
2, 500 00
Supplies ....................................................................
2, 500 00
Traveling expenses, other than examiners........
5,000 00
Communication .......................................................
10, 000' 00
General plant service.............................................
3, 000 00
Rents ........................................................................
12, 500 00
-----------------------Credit

Printing ....................................................................
Advertising (publication of summaries of
reports) ................................................................
Equipment:
Furniture and furnishings...............................
Law books, financial periodicals, etc............




$3, 946 89
2,497 00
1,343 46
261 00

$45, 000 00

44

A nnual R eport of the

Supplies:
bLiiuonery, etc.......................................................
Traveling expenses:
George I. Skinner...............................................
Frank S. Kenyon................................................
Guernsey R. Jew ett...........................................
George Overacker ................................................
Collin H. W oodward...........................................
Edward R. Anker................................................
Charles Clarke ....................................................
Albert De Lisser..................................................
Communication:
Express and cartage...........................................
Telephone and telegraph...................................
Stamps and stamped envelopes.......................
General plant service (reports of financial
agencies, rental of safe deposit vaults, etc.) .
Rent of New York Office.......................................
Lapsed appropriations .........................................

$1,457 28
1,259
75
4
88
10
488
8

18
14
18
62
02
12
60
35

209 29
3,692 82
5,064 35
1,016 90
11,458 33
$32,881 53
3, 556 54
$36,438 07
$8,561 93

Available balance July 1, 1919
PETTY FUND — FEES FOR COPYING, ETC.
D ebit
Balance July 1, 1 91 9 ....................................................

$5 35

Received during the year.......................................

269 72
$275 07

Credit

Payments to State Treasurer.....................

268 32

Balance July 1, 1919

$6 75

INTEREST FUND — FAILED SAVINGS INSTITUTIONS
Debit

Balance July 1, 1918.............................................
Interest received during the year.......................

$15,515 59
3.687 67
$19,203 26

Credit

Paid State Treasurer, interest credited during the year

3,687 67

Balance July 1, 1919........................................................

$15,515 59

INTEREST FUND — OTHER FAILED INSTITUTIONS
Debit

Interest received during the year....................................................

$739 44

Credit

Payments to State Treasurer............................................................

739 44

W hile the cost of maintenance is constantly increasing and must
continue to increase, if a high degree of efficiency is to be main­
tained, notwithstanding the high cost of living and the competi­
tion for the services of our most efficient examiners resulting from




S uperintendent op1 B anks

45

the offer of increased salaries by banking institutions, the increase
has not been commensurate with the increase in the number and
resources of the institutions examined. The work of our ex­
aminers is fully appreciated by the institutions examined and they
would prefer to pay larger assessments for more thorough and
more efficient work rather than to see the slightest lowering of
present standards.
D

epartm ent

R

oster

W ith the exception of the examining force, there have been
few changes in the personnel of the Department during the
calendar year.
Second Deputy Superintendent Guernsey R.
Jewett, of White Plains, was promoted to the position of Pirst
Deputy Superintendent of Banks which was rendered vacant by
the untimely death of Frank S. Kenyon, of Adams, and Third
Deputy Superintendent George Overocker, of Poughkeepsie, was
promoted to the position of Second Deputy Superintendent of
Banks. The vacancy in the position of Third Deputy Superin­
tendent o f Banks caused by this promotion was filled by the
appointment of Mr. George A. Coleman, of Kingwood Park, as
Third Deputy Superintendent of Banks.
The vacancy in the position of confidential stenographer which
was vacant at the time o f the last annual report was filled. Two
o f our other stenographers and two employees holding clerical
positions resigned to accept positions elsewhere on account of the
greater compensation offered and their positions were filled by
appointments from the civil service list. The vacancy in the posi­
tion of inspector, caused by the appointment of a former in­
cumbent as an examiner, has not yet been filled. Eight examiners,
Charles A. H om e, Ralph W. Taylor, Arthur J. Van Pelt, Ben­
jam in Fairbanks. Jr., Gilbert K. Hendrickson, Edward A. Duerr,
Frank A. Gallagher and Arthur B. McArdle, resigned during the
year on account of largely increased salaries offered elsewhere,
and other examiners are still employed by the Department and
are rendering capable and efficient service to the ’State at a
pecuniary sacrifice to themselves ranging approximately from
$1,000 to $5,000 a year. On account of the vacancies thus
created and the increased work of the Department, the following
gentlemen have been appointed examiners from the civil service
list:



46

A nnual R eport of the
Names

W illiam C u ffn e y ......................... .........
George E. V a r c o e ...................... ...........
Lawrence H. G e s e r ....................
George A. .Strack........................
Lei and W. Palm er...................... ............
Frank B. M cLaughlin............... ............
Charles H. E shelm an............... ............
Herbert 0 . R ogers...................... ...........
Fred M. S im p son .................... .
Francis X . W em eken............. ............
Joseph H. Zw eeres..................
Milton L. M a sson .................... ............
Benedetto A. Palum bo...........
Arthur B. V o g e l......................
Charles E. X a t h a w a y ........... .
Franklin W. B r ig h t .................

Addresses
Bath, X . Y .
Buffalo, X . Y.

Syracuse, X . Y.
Syracuse, X . Y.
Niagara Falls, X . Y .
New York, X . Y.
Brooklyn, X . Y .
New York, X . Y.

The following rosier, which includes several rather noteworthy
examples o f continuity o f service, gives the names and titles of
the officers and employees o f the Department on the 31st day
o f December, 1919, the year of their first employment in the
Department and their present compensation:

NAMES AND TITLES

George I. Skinner, superintendent.........................
Guernsey R. Jewett, first deputy superintendent..
George Overocker, second deputy superintendent.
George A. Coleman,third deputy superintendent.
Collin H. Woodward, fourth deputy superintendent
Edward R. Anker, land and opinion clerk............
J. Johnson Ray, confidential clerk and private
secretary ............................................................
Caroline M. Clancy, hearing stenographer...........
Clinton D. Ganse, stenographer, New York office.
Blanche M. Borthwick, stenographer and clerk,
Albany office......................................................
Mary H. Shields, stenographer and clerk, Albany
office...................................................................
Arthur I. Rand, stenographer and clerk, New
York office..........................................................




Year of
appoint­
ment

Compensation

1897
1914
1918
1919
1918
1914

$10,000 per annum
6,000 per annum
5,500 per annum
5,000 per annum
4,500 per annum
4,200 per annum

1917
1901
1904

3,500 per annum
1,800 per annum
1,800 per annum

1907

1,600 per annum

1907

1,500 per annum

1900

1,400 per annum

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NAMES AND TITLES

Harriet B. Kennedy, clerk, New York office.........
Hazel Callahan, confidential stenographer, New
York office..............................................................
Cornelius E. Price, confidential messenger, New
York office..............................................................
Elizabeth E. Staley, filing clerk, Albany office. . . .
Lillian F. Carabine, file and index clerk, Albany
office........................................................................
Ottilia M. Dinsenbacher, typewriter copyist and
clerk, New York office..........................................
Mary F. Hogan, stenographer, New York office.. .
John J. Sullivan, clerk, Albany office.....................
Ambrose J. Delaney, bookkeeper, Albany office.. .
Elsie Blume, stenographer, New York office..........
Katherine P. Arundell, stenographer, New York
office........................................................................
Dina B. Rosenfeld, stenographer, New York office
William Taner, bookkeeper, New York office........
Mrs. Anna E. Wallace, clerk, New York office.. . .
A. T. Campbell, chief examiner...............................
H. S. Andrews, examiner.........................................
H. J. Young, examiner.............................................
Claude Hutchins, examiner.....................................
W. A, MacCallum, examiner...................................
G. W. Egbert, examiner...........................................
James J. Kennedy, examiner...................................
F. G. Crane, examiner..............................................
G. V. McLaughlin, examiner...................................
I. V. Scott, examiner................................................
N. J. Macdonald, examiner.....................................
J. Stuart Frazer, examiner.......................................
Benjamin D. Haight, examiner...............................
G. F. Smith, examiner..............................................
Robert W. Humphrey, examiner.............................
T. Arthur Pyterman, examiner................................
James S. Love, examiner..........................................
E. L. Dodge, examiner.............................................
George A. Plant, examiner.......................................
Benjamin B. Bullock, examiner...............................
H. B. Kennedy, examiner.........................................
John I. Mesick, examiner.........................................
Peter N. Shippee, examiner.....................................
John M. Kinney, examiner......................................
A. H. Morey, examiner.............................................
A. B. Wheeler, examiner..........................................
F. W. Piderit, examiner...........................................
Nathaniel Orens, examiner.......................................
George S. Adams, examiner.....................................
N. T- Killip, examiner..............................................
A. H. Snodgrass, examiner......................................
W. T. McCaffrey, examiner.....................................
Arthur B. Clark, examiner.......................................
John C. O’Byrne, examiner.....................................
Sidney I. Chittenden, examiner...............................




Year of
appoint­
ment

47

Compensation

1912

$1,500 per annum

1919

1,800 per annum

1914
1908

1,800 per annum
1,500 per annum

1914

1,500 per annum

1913
1916
1912
1916
1919

1,200
1,100
1,000
1,200
900

1919
1918
1919
1919
1898
1908
1895
1908
1908
1910
1910
1910
1911
1911
1911
1915
1907
1907
1902
1910
1895
1904
1906
1911
1911
1913
1906
1915
1911
1912
1914
1906
1905
1909
1917
1917
1917
1917
1917

per
per
per
per
per

annum
annum
annum
annum
annum

1,620 per annum
1,200 per annum
1,500 per annum
1,200 per annum
Per diem when
actually employed
$19 and railroad fare
17 and railroad fare
17 and railroad fare
17 and railroad fare
16 and railroad fare
16 and railroad fare
16 and railroad fare
16 and railroad fare
16 and railroad fare
16 and railroad fare
16 and railroad fare
15 and railroad fare
15 and railroad fare
15 and railroad fare
15 and railroad fare
16 and railroad fare
14 and railroad fare
14 and railroad fare
14 and railroad fare
13 and railroad fare
13 and railroad fare
13 and railroad fare
13 and railroad fare
13 and railroad fare
12 and railroad fare
12 and railroad fare
12 and railroad fare
12 and railroad fare
11 and railroad fare
10 and railroad fare
10 and railroad fare
10 and railroad fare
10 and railroad fare
10 and railroad fare
10 and railroad fare

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A nnual R eport of the

Year of
appoint­
ment

NAMES AND TITLES

Ralph E. Haven, examiner.......................................
Ralph T. Simmons, examiner...................................
Arthur Koch, examiner.............................................
William Cuffnev, examiner.......................................
Lawrence H. Geser, examiner..................................

Charles Clarke, inspector, private bankers............
A

m endm ents

to t h e

1917
1917
1918
1918
1918
1918
1918
1918
1918
1919
1919
1919
1919
1919
1919
1919
1919
1919
1919
1919
1919
1919
1919
1919
1919
1915
1914
1917

Compensation

$10 and railroad fare
10 and railroad fare
9 and railroad fare
9 and railroad fare
9 and railroad fare
9 and railroad fare
9 and railroad fare
9 and railroad fare
9 and railroad fare
8 and railroad fare
8 and railroad fare
8 and railroad fare
8 and railroad fare
8 and railroad fare
8 and railroad fare
8 and railroad fare
8 and railroad fare
8 and railroad fare
8 and railroad fare
8 and railroad fare
8 and railroad fare
8 and railroad fare
8 and railroad fare
8 and railroad fare
8 and railroad fare
$1.800 per annum
1,8 )0 per annum
1,800 per annum

B a n k in g L a w

As the revision of the Banking Law of the State was passed
in the closing days of the legislative session of 1914, many minor
errors, the result of hasty changes, amendments, typographical
errors and the like were inevitable, but upon the whole that revision
has borne the test of time exceptionally well and most of the amend­
ments since adopted have been the logical sequence of changed
conditions.
I do not deem it necessary to call the attention of the Legis­
lature to any of the slight amendments that may perhaps be pre­
sented to it in order to correct typographical errors, make more
certain the meaning of ambiguous phraseology or clarify the in­
tent of the revisers or of the Legislature of 1914.
There are two amendments which have been suggested as a
result of new conditions and developments which it may be­




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49

come necessary for the Legislature to consider, although I am not
prepared to submit such amendments or approve them at this
time. State banks, trust companies and investment companies
of this State are authorized by the Banking Law, upon compliance
with specified conditions, to maintain branch oifices in foreign
countries, Similar privileges have been conferred upon national
banks and upon corporations to be created under the so-called
“ Edge B ill,” recently enacted by the national Congress. Our
institutions may receive deposits in foreign countries, while
foreign banking corporations are only permitted to maintain
agencies in this State for the exercise of limited powers and are
not permitted to receive deposits. It has been urged that, if blew
York city is to become the money market of the world and this
nation is to maintain a foremost position in international com­
merce, the restrictions imposed upon the agencies of foreign bank­
ing corporations are provincial and will lead to retaliation. In
any consideration that may be given to this subject, we must not
forget that it would be difficult without giving offense to dis­
criminate between the banking institutions of foreign nations,
although it would seem unwise to permit banking corporations
having their domicile in countries where even the governments
themselves may not be stable, to receive deposits in this State.
The effect of a change in policy upon the business o f such of our
existing banking institutions and private bankers as cater especi­
ally to our alien or foreign born population should also be consid­
ered. I f such an amendment is at any time deemed necessary, it
should, moreover, require any foreign banking corporation receiv­
ing deposits in this State to have at least as much capital and sur­
plus as we require our own institutions to have in order to be per­
mitted to maintain branch offices abroad.
Branch banking under certain conditions and limitations has
been so long permitted and practiced under the laws of this State,
as well as in other countries and States, that it can no longer be
considered an experiment. There is no doubt but that under
proper restrictions it has its advantages and enables strong insti­
tutions to afford banking facilities in localities which would
otherwise be without them. The location of a branch office or
the establishment o f a new banking institution in a locality where




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A nnual R eport of the

there is a real need for banking facilities, not only benefits
the residents of the section or locality, but it is of importance
to the business and commerce of the State and of the country as
well. It not only prevents hoarding with its attendant risk of
loss through fire or by robbery, but brings the funds that would
have been hoarded into general circulation and public use. It is a
matter o f common knowledge that a branch office of a strong exist­
ing institution can be maintained at less expense than an entirely
independent institution and while such a branch office is not apt
to extend as great accommodation in the way of loans to local
borrowers as an independent institution, money deposited with
a branch office o f a strong institution is certainly much better
safeguarded than if deposited in a weak and struggling inde­
pendent institution. Our present statute only permits a hank
or trust company to establish and maintain a branch office within
the State in the same city in which the principal office of the
institution is located, yet almost every large city is surrounded
by small suburban villages having an independent corporate exist­
ence and in need o f banking facilities, although the success of an
independent institution would be extremely problematical. It
has therefore been suggested that an institution with adequate
capital be allowed to maintain branch offices in other munici­
palities than that in which its principal office is located. I f such
branch offices were located within twenty-five miles of the main
office, as close supervision could be exercised over their management
as i f they were within the boundaries of the same city. I f any
such legislation should be enacted, it should, however, protect
existing independent institutions; for a strong institution should
not be allowed to encroach upon territory that is being well
served by an independent institution. Any amendment o f this
character should, therefore, in my judgment, provide that such
a branch office should not be established in any place where it
would come in competition with an independent institution after
its establishment. It may be said that this condition as phrased
would enable a strong institution to maintain branch offices by
purchasing control o f existing institutions and transforming them
into branches. Such purchases, however, might be advantageous
rather than detrimental, for a number of the weaker institutions




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51

in cities which have been the consequence of an undue extension
o f banking privileges and the unfulfilled hopes and expectations
of their promoters have in this way been eliminated to the advan­
tage o f both stockholders and depositors.
Conclusion
In the appendix to this report there will be printed, summaries
o f the statements o f conditions of various banks and private
bankers of the State as o f the different dates for which reports
were required during the year, the weekly bulletins published by
the Department during the year and a detailed statement o f the
securities held by the Superintendent of Banks on account of the
various individuals and institutions depositing them, together
with the usual statistical tables.
Respectfully submitted,




G E O RG E I. S K IN N E R ,
Superintendent of Banks.







APPENDIX

[53]




WEEKLY BULLETINS

STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTM ENT

Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914
A l b a n y , N. Y., J a n u a r y 3, 1919
Dec. 27, 1918.

C bsare

S c o n f ie t t i, P r iv a t e

B anker

Location: 359 State street, Rochester, N. Y.
Permanent capital: 85,000.
Authorization certificate issued.
Dec. 27, 1918.

T ru st an d

D e p o s it

C om pany

of

O nondaga

Location: No. 100 North Salina street, Syracuse, N. Y.
Consent given to a change of location, on or after December 31, 1918, of the
place of business of the Trust and Deposit Company of Onondaga from No. 100
North Salina street, Syracuse, N. Y., to No. 201 South Warren street, in the
same city.
Dec. 28, 1918.

B ankers

T ru st

C om pany

Location: No. 16 Wall street, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to an increase of the capital stock of the Bankers Trust Company,
of New York, N. Y., from *11,250,000 to *15,000,000.
Dec. 28, 1918.

D is c o u n t C o r p o r a t io n

of

N ew

Y ork

Location: New York, N. Y.
Capital: *5,000,000. Surplus: *1,000,000.
Authorization certificate issued.
Incorporators: William H. Porter, Glen Cove, N. Y.
James A. Stillman, New York, N. Y .

Eugene V. R. Thayer, New York, N. Y.
John McHugh, New York, N. Y.
Seward Prosser, Englewood, N. J.
James S. Alexander, New York, N. Y.
George F. Baker, Jr., New York, N. Y.
Edwin S. Marston, New York, N. Y.
James N. Wallace, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Charles H. Sabin, New York, N. Y.
Dec. 31, 1918.

L aw rence

L a u d is i, P r iv a t e

B anker

Location: No. 101 Vernon avenue. Long Island City, N. Y.
Capital: *10,000. Surplus: *2,000.
Verified certificate of Lawrence Laudisi, applying for authorization to engage in
business as a private banker, filed for examination in the State Banking
Department.
Dec. 31, 1918.




S in c l a ir v il l e

State

B ank

Location: Sinclairville, N. Y.
Capital: *25,000. Surplus: *5,000.
Authorization certificate issued.
Incorporators: F. Burdett Putnam,
Eugene M. Cobb,
George M. Tarbox,
Wm. N. Spear,
Arthur J. Straight,
John M. Crofoot,
Lee O. Gravit

Wm. G. Prentice,
Frank T. Denison,
John H. Cummings,
Alex J. Rood,
Clinton H. Edson,
Ernest F. Irvin,

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D

epo rt on

Jan.

1, 1919.

1, 1919.

N athan

an k s of

D

e p o s it a n d

D

is c o u n t

F r e d ’k

Jan.

B

R o b e r t s o n & Co., P r i v a t e B a n k e r s
Location: 94 Webster street, North Tonawanda, N. Y.
Permanent capital: $50,000.
Affidavit of Frederick Robertson and William W. Robertson, constituting the
firm of “ Fred’k Robertson & Co., Private Bankers ” claiming partial
exemption from the provisions of the Banking Law, accepted and filed in
the State Banking Department.

F r a n k ’s S o n s , P r iv a t e

B ankers

Location: 46 Ford street, Ogdensburg, N. Y.
Permanent capital: $25,000.
Affidavit of Julius Frank and Leo Frank, constituting the firm “ Nathan Frank’s
Sons,” private bankers, claiming partial exemption from the provisions of
the Banking Law, accepted and filed in the State Banking Department.
Jan.

1, 1919.

T he

R oyal

C om pany

op

N ew

Y o r k , P r iv a t e

B ankers

Location: 93-95 Nassau street, New York, N. Y.
Permanent capital: $100,000.
Affidavit of Philip Sugerman, Mark H. Sugerman and Frank C. Straat,
constituting the firm of “ The Royal Company of New York,” private bankers,
claiming partial exemption from the provisions of the Banking Law, accepted
and filed in the State Banking Department.
Jan.

1, 1919.

S e w a r d & Co., P r i v a t e B a n k e r s
Location: 96 Genesee street, Auburn, N. Y.

W m. H .

Permanent capital: $100,000.
Affidavit of William H. Seward and William IL. Seward, Jr., constituting the
firm of “ Wm. H. Seward & Co.,” private bankers, claiming partial exemption
from the provisions of the Banking Law, accepted.
Jan.

1, 1919.

C harles

F r a z ie r

&

C o m p a n y , P r iv a t e

B ankers

Location: 93 Nassau street, New York, N. Y.
Permanent capital: $100,000.
Affidavit of Charles Frazier and Charles W. Frazier, constituting the firm of
“ Charles Frazier & Company,” private bankers, claiming partial exemption
from the provisions of the Banking Law, accepted.
Jan.

1, 1919.

E d w in

R. F a y & S o n s , P r i v a t e B a n k e r s
Location: 72 Genesee street, Auburn, N. Y.
Permanent capital: $100,000.
Affidavit of Edwin R. Fay, Fred H. Fay and Charles R. Fay, constituting the
firm of ” Edwin R. Fay & Sons,” private bankers, claiming partial exemption
from the provisions of the Banking Law, accepted.

Jan.

1, 1919.

R o t h s c h il d

Jan.

1, 1919.

Q.

Jan.

2. 1919.

T ru st an d

B r o s . & C o m p a n y , P r iv a t e B a n k e r s
Location: East State and South Tioga streets, Ithaca, N. Y.
Permanent capital: $25,000.
Affidavit of Jacob Rothschild, Isaac Rothschild and Daniel Rothschild, consti­
tuting the firm of " Rothschild Brothers & Company,” private bankers,
claiming partial exemption from the provisions of the Banking Law, accepted.

W. W e l l i n g t o n & C o.’s B a n k , P r i v a t e B a n k e r s
Location: Corner Pine and Market streets, Corning, N. Y.
Permanent capital: $100,000.
Affidavit of Quincy W. Wellington and Benjamin W. Wellington, constituting
the firm of ” Q. W. Wellington & Co.’s Bank,” private bankers, claiming
partial exemption from the provisions of the Banking Law, accepted.
D e p o s it

C om pany

of

O nondaga

Location: 201 South Warren street, Syracuse, N. Y.
Application made by the Trust and Deposit Company of Onondaga for per­
mission tp open and occupy a branch office of that institution at No. 100 North
Salina street, Syracuse, N. Y.




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W eekly B ulletins
Jan.

2, 1919. T r u s t a n d D e p o s it C o m p a n y o f O n o n d a g a

Location: 201 South Warren street, Syracuse, N. Y.
Consent given to the opening and maintenance of a branch office of the Trust
and Deposit Company of Onondaga, on or after January 3, 1919, at No. 100
North Salina street, Syracuse, N. Y.
Jan.

2, 1919.

M a r in e

B ank

of

B uffalo

Location: Buffalo, N. Y.
Capital: $5,000,009.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
Incorporators: George F. Rand,
J. F. Schoellkopf,
Edmund Hayes,
Walter P. Cooke,
William A. Rogers,
John D. Larkin,
J. L. Clawson,
John T. Dillon,
Richard Wilhelm,
Frank L. Bapst,
O. E. Foster,
J. J. Albright,
Hugh Kennedy, '
James M. Byers,
George E. Lattimer,
Howard A. Forman,
J. H. Lascelles.
Jan.

2, 1919. T h e C orn E x c h a n g e B a n k

Location: William and Beaver streets, New York, N. Y.
Application made by The Corn Exchange Bank for permission to open and
occupy a branch office of that institution at 252 Steinway avenue, Long
Island City, Borough of Queens.
Jan.

2, 1919.

T he

C orn

E xchange

B ank

Location: William and Beaver streets, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to the opening and maintenance of a branch office by The Corn
Exchange Bank on or after January 3, 1919, at 252 Steinway avenue, Long
Island City, Borough of Queens and city of New York.

STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTM ENT
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914
A l b a n y , N. Y., J a n u a r y 10, 1919
Jan.

4, 1919. M a r in e B a n k of B u ff a lo (C o n v e r sio n of M a r in e N a t io n a l B a n k )

Location: Buffalo, N. Y.
Capital: $5,000,000.
Authorization certificate issued.
Incorporators: George F. Rand,
Edmund Hayes,
Wm. A. Rogers,
J. L. Clawson,
Richard Wilhelm,
O. E. Foster,
Hugh Kennedy,
George E. Lattimer,
J. H. Lascelles.
Jan.

6, 1919. T h e M a r in e T r u s t C o m p a n y of B u ff a lo




Location: Buffalo, N. Y.
(Conversion of Marine Bank of Buffalo.)
Capital: $5,000,000.
Authorization certificate issued.

J. F. Schoelkopf,
Walter P. Cooke,
John D. Larkin,
J. T. Dillon,
Frank L. Bapst,
J. J. Albright,
James N. Byers,
Howard A. Forman,

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Jan.

R eport on B anks of D eposit and D iscount
4, 1919. T h e P e o p le s T r u s t C om pa n y

Location: 181-183 Montague street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Application made by The Peoples Trust Company, of Brooklyn, for permission
to open and occupy a branch office at No. 232 Flatbush avenue, in the Borough
of Brooklyn and City of New York.
Jan.

6, 1919. T h e B a n k of U n it e d S t a t e s

Location: 77 Delancey street, New York, N. Y.
Consent given to a change of location of the principal place of business of The
Bank of United States, on or after January 14, 1919, from No. 77 Delancey
street, in the borough of Manhattan and City of New York, to No. 320 Fifth
avenue, in the same Borough and City.
Jan.

6, 1919. T h e B a n k of U n it e d S t a t e s

Location: 77 Delancey street, New York, N. Y.
Application made by The Bank of United States for permission to open and
occupy a branch office on or after January 14, 1919, at 77 Delancey street
in the borough of Manhattan and City of New York.
Jan.

6, 1919. T h e B a n k of U n it e d S t a t e s

Location: 77 Delancey street, New York, N. Y.
Consent given to the opening of a branch office by The Bank of United States,
on or after January 14, 1919, at No. 77 Delancey street, in the borough of
Manhattan and city of New York, at which time its principal office is to be
removed to No. 320 Fifth avenue, in the same borough and city.
Jan.

7, 1919. B a n k o f H a m b u r g h

Location: Hamburgh, N. Y.
Approval given to an increase in the capital stock of the bank of Hamburgh
f r o m $50,000 t o $100,000.
Jan.

7, 1919. T he P e o p le s T r u s t C om pa n y

Location: Nos. 161-163 Montague street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
The Peoples Trust Company, of Brooklyn, authorized to open and occupy
a branch office of that institution, on or after January 15, 1919, at Nos.
230-232 Flatbush avenue, in the borough of Brooklyn and city of New York,
conditioned upon the closing of the branch office heretofore maintained by
said company at No. 43 Flatbush avenue, in the same borough and city.
Jan.

8, 1919. B a n k of L on g I sl a n d

Location: Jamaica, N. Y.
Approval given to an increase of the capital stock of the Bank of Long Island
from $900,000 to $1,200,000.
Jan.

9, 1919. A p po in t m e n t of T e m p o r a r y C l e r k .

Mrs. Anna E. Wallace, of 502 Seventh street, Brooklyn, N. Y ., appointed
from the eligible Civil Service List to the position of Clerk in the New York
office of this department, for a period not to exceed three months, at a com­
pensation of $100 per month, the appointment to become effective on January
16, 1919.
Jan. 10, 1919. B a n k of L on g I sl a n d S a fe D e po sit C o m p a n y
Location: Jamaica, N. Y.
Application made by the Bank of Long Island Safe Deposit Company for per­
mission to open and occupy branch offices of that institution at each of the
following locations:
82 Main street, Flushing, N. Y.
5 Skillman Place, Plaza, Long Island City.
Cornaga and Central avenues, Far Rockaway.
Boulevard and Pleasant avenues, Rockaway Beach.
Boulevard and Wainwright place, Seaside.
Jamaica and Hamilton avenues, Richmond Hill.
Broadway and Laurel Hill, boulevard, Elmhurst.
46th street and Sackett street, Corona,




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Jan

59

10, 1919. R occo G u a l t i e r i , P r i v a t e B a n k e r
Location: 258 East Dominick street, Rome, N. Y.
Verified certificate of Rocco Gualtieri applying for authorization to engage in
business as a Private Banker, filed for examination in the State Banking
Department.

STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTM ENT
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914.
A l b a n y , N. Y., J a n u a r y 17, 1919
Jan. 10, 1919.

M ic h a e l D u l y , P r iv a t e

B anker

Location: 301 East Dominick street, Rome, N. Y.
Permanent capital: $5,000. Surplus: $1,500.
Authorization certificate issued.
Jan. 13, 1919.

R e s ig n a t io n

of

C lerk

The resignation of Miss Grace E. White, a clerk employed temporarily at the
New York office of the State Banking Department, tendered and accepted
to take effect January 15, 1919.
Jan. 13, 1919.

B a n k o f L o n g I s l a n d S a f e D e p o s it C o m p a n y

Location: 359 Fulton street, Jamaica, N. Y.
Consent given to the opening and maintenance of branch offices by the Bank of
Long Island Safe Deposit Company, on or after January 14, 1919, at each of
the following locations:
82 Main street, Flushing, N. Y.
Jamaica and Hamilton avenues, Richmond Hill.
Boulevard and Pleasant avenues, Rockaway Beach, N. Y.
Boulevard and Wainwright place, Seaside, N. Y.
Broadway and Laurel Hill Boulevard, Elmhurst, N. Y.
5 Skillman place Plaza, Long Island City, N. Y.
Cornaga and Central avenues, Far Rockaway, N. Y.
46th street and Sackett street, Corona, N. Y.
Jan. 15, 1917. T h e P h o e n ix B a n k
Location: Phoenix, N. Y.
Approval given to the extension of the corporate existence of The Phoenix Bank,
located at Phoenix, N. Y., for a term in perpetuity beyond the term specified
in its original Certificate of Association.
Jan. 15, 1919.




J. G o l d b e r g , P r i v a t e B a n k e r
Location: 171 East Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Permanent Capital $25,000.
Verified certificate of Shepard J. Goldberg, applying for authorization to engage
in business as a Private Banker, filed for examination in the State Banking
Department.

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D eport on B anks of D eposit aad D iscount
STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTMENT

Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of Section 82 of the Banking Law, Chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914.
A l b a n y , N. Y. J a n u a r y 24, 1919
Jan. 18, 1919.

A m e r ic a n T r u s t C o m p a n y

Location: 135 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Organization Certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department
Incorporators: Harry A. Kahler, 1 West 64th street, New York, N. Y
George T. Mortimer, 225 West 86th street, New York, N. Y.
George Zabriskie. 23 Grammercy park, New York, N. Y.
William E. Harmon, 125 Willow Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Walter H. Bennett, 208 Park place, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Orion H. Cheney, Fenimore road, Scarsdale, N. Y.
Charles J. Obermayer, Shore road & 99th st., Brooklyn, N. Y,
Morgan J. O’Brien, 729 Park avenue, New York, N. Y.
James A. O’Gorman, 318 West 108th st., New York, N. Y.
Edward M. Burghard, 1 East 93d street, New York, N. Y,
Jan. 18, 1919.

B an k of L ong Islan d

Location: Jamaica, N. Y.
Application made by the Bank of Long Island for permission to open and occupy
a branch office of that institution at 363 Steinway avenue, in the First Ward,
Borough and County of Queens, City and State of New York.
Jan. 21, 1919.

B an k of Jam estow n

Location: Jamestown, N. Y.
Approval given to an increase of the capital stock of the Bank of Jamestown from
$ 100,000 to $ 250 , 0 0 0 .
Jan. 21, 1919.

N ew N eth erlan d B an k of N ew Y ork

Location: 41 West 34th street, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to an increase of the capital stock of the New Netherland Bank
of New York from $200,000 to $300,000.
Jan. 21, 1919.

A s ia B a n k in g C o r p o r a t io n

Location: 66 Liberty street, New York, N. Y.
Application made by the Asia Banking Corporation for permission to open and
occupy a branch office of that institution at Changsha, in the Republic of China.
Jan. 21,1919.

A s ia B a n k in g C o r p o r a t io n

Location: 66 Liberty street, New York, N. Y.
Certificate issued to the Asia Banking Corporation authorizing it to open and
occupy a branch office of that institution, on or after Januray 27th, 1919,
in the city of Changsha, in the Republic of China.
Jan. 22, 1919.

A m e r ic a n

T rust C

om pany

Location: 135 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Capital $1,000,000. Surplus $200,000.
Authorization Certificate issued.
Jan. 22, 1919.

C it y B a n k

T rust C

om pany

Location: Syracuse, N. Y.
Organization Certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
Jan. 23, 1919.




B an kers T ru st C om pan y of B u ffalo

Location: 242 Main street, Buffalo, N. Y.
T h e M a r in e T r u s t C o m p a n y o f B u f f a l o

Location: Marine Bank Building, Buffalo, N. Y.
Agreement of Merger of the Bankers Trust Company of Buffalo into The Marine
Trust Company of Buffalo filed in the State Banking Department.

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O b a z ia C ia c c i a , P r iv a t e B a n k e r

Location: 117 South Center street, Schenectady, N. Y.
Permanent Capital $5,000.
Authorization Certificate issued.
Jan. 23, 1919.

T h e S o u t h S id e B a n k o f B u f f a l o

Location: 2161-2163 Seneca street, Buffalo, N. Y.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
Incorporators: Fred H. Loehr, 2660 Seneca st., Buffalo, N. Y.
Ernest Feyler, 212 Cazenovia st., Buffalo, N. Y.
Herman J. Manzel, 165 Cazenovia st., Buffalo, N. Y.
Frederick L. Steisslinger, 55 Red Jacket parkway, Buffalo, N. Y
George B. Hamberger, 2168 Seneca street, Buffalo, N. Y.
John Winegar, 1892 Abbott road, Buffalo, N. Y.
Harry F. DeCeu, 363 Cumberland ave., Buffalo, N. Y.
William Jaeger, 44 Cazenovia st., Buffalo, N. Y.
Jan. 23, 1919.

T h e M a r in e T r u s t C o m p a n y o f B u f f a l o

Location: Buffalo, N. Y.
Approval given to an increase of the capital stock of The Marine Trust Company
of Buffalo from $5,000,000 to $7,000,000.
Jan. 24, 1919. G e n e r a l M o to rs A c ce p t a n c e C o r p o r a t io n
Location: 1764 Broadway, Cor. 57th st., New York, N. Y.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
Incorporators: William C. Durant, Deal, N. J.
Pierre S. duPont, Wilmington, Delaware.
Irenee duPont, Wilmington, Delaware
Lammot duPont, Wilmington, Delaware.
Henry F. duPont, Wilmington, Delaware.
J. Amory Haskell, Red Bank, N. J.
John J. Raskob, Claymont, Delaware
Paul Fitzpatrick, Larchmont, N. Y.
Curtis C. Cooper, Edgemoor, Delaware.
Alfred H. Swayne, 550 Park avenue, New York, N. Y.

STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTMENT
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of Section 82 of the Banking Law, Chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914.
A l b a n y , N. Y. J a n u a r y 31, 1919

Jan.

24, 1919. C

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C o m m e r c ia l T r u s t C o m p a n y

Location: Ellicott Square, Buffalo, N. Y.
Application made by the Citizens Commercial Trust Company, Buffalo, N. Y.
for permission to open and occupy a branch office of that institution in the
building known as Nos. 592-594 Genesee street, Buffalo, N. Y.

Jan.

24, 1919. B a n k of L o n g I sl a n d

Location: Jamaica, N. Y.
Application made by the Bank of Long Island, Jamaica, N. Y., for permission to
open and occupy a branch office of that institution at the intersection of
Steinway and Astoria avenues or nearby, in the First Ward, Borough and
County of Queens, City and State of New York.

Jan.

25, 1919. A m e r ic a n T r u s t C om pa n y




Location: 135 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Application made by the American Trust Company, New York, N. Y., for
permission to open and occupy a branch office of that institution at No. 203
Montague street, in the Borough of Brooklyn and City of New York.

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C orn E xch an ge B ank

Location: 13 William street, New York, N. Y .
Approval given to an increase of the capital stock of the Corn Exchange Bank,
New York, N. Y ., from $3,500,000 to $4,200,000.
Jan. 29, 1919.

A m e r ic a n F o r e ig n R a n k in g C o r p o r a t io n

Location: 56 Wall street, New York, N. Y.
Application made by the American Foreign Banking Corporation, New York
N. Y ., for permission to open and occupy a branch office of that institution in
the city of Harbin, Manchuria.
Jan. 29, 1919.

A m e r ic a n F o r e ig n B a n k in g C o r p o r a t io n

Location: 56 Wall street, New York, N. Y.
Application made by the American Foreign Banking Corporation, New York,
N. Y ., for permission to open and occupy a branch office of that institution in
the city of Brussels, Belgium.
Jan. 30, 1919.

L a w r e n c e L a u d is i, P r iv a t e B a n k e r

Location: 101 Vernon avenue, Long Island City, N. Y.
Permanent capital $10,000. Surplus $2,000.
Authorization certificate issued.
Jan 30, 1919.

A m e r ic a n F o r e ig n B a n k in g C o r p o r a t io n

Location: 56 Wall street, New York, N. Y.
Application made by the American Foreign Banking Corporation for permission
to open and occupy a branch office of that institution in the city of Manila,
in the Philippine Islands.
Jan 30, 1919. R e a l E st a te O w n e r s C r e d it U n ion

Location: 604 Sackman street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Authorization certificate issued.
Jan. 31, 1919.

W. B a r a s c h , P r iv a t e B a n k e r
Location: 77 Ridge street, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location of the place of business of Sigmund W .
Barasch, a private banker, from No. 77 Ridge street, in the Borough of Man­
hattan and City of New York to No. 150 Delancey street, in the same Borough
and City, such change of location to take effect on or after February 1, 1919.

S ig m u n d

Jan. 28, 1919. L in co ln T r u s t C o m pa n y
Location: 204 Fifth avenue, New York, N. Y.
Application made by the Lincoln Trust Company for permission to open and
occupy a branch office of that institution at No. 7 Wall street, in the Borough
of Manhattan and City of New York

STATE OF NEW YORK, BAN K IN G DEPAR TM EN T
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of Section 82 of the Banking Law, Chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914.
A l b a n y , N. Y ., F e b r u a r y 7, 1919
Jan. 31, 1919.

L in c o l n T r u s t C o m p a n y

Location: 204 Fifth avenue, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to the opening and maintenance of a branch office by the Lincoln
• Trust Company, on or after February 3, 1919, at No. 7 Wall street, in the
Borough of Manhattan and City of New York.
Jan. 31, 1919.




C it iz e n s C o m m e r c ia l T r u s t C o m p a n y

Location: Ellicott Square Bldg., Buffalo, N. Y.
Approval given to the opening and maintenance of a branch office by the Citizens
Commercial Trust Company, on or after February 3, 1919, in the building
known as Nos. 592-594 Genesee street, Buffalo, N. Y .

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A m e r ic a n F o r e ig n B a n k in g C o r p o r a t io n

Location: 56 Wall street, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to the opening and maintenance of a branch office by the American
Foreign Banking Corporation, on or after February 1, 1919, at such convenient
locations as it may select in each of the following cities:
City of Manila, Philippine Islands.
City of Harbin, Manchuria.
City of Brussels, Belgium.
Feb.

3, 1919.

P r o v id e n t B u il d in g a n d L o a n A s s o c ia t io n

Location: No. 9-a New Main street, Haverstraw, N. Y .
Approval given to a change of location, on or after February.4, 1919, from No. 9-a
New Main street, Haverstraw, N. Y ., to No. 38 New Main street, Haver­
straw, N. Y.
Feb.

4,1919.

S t e a m s h ip C l e r k s Sa v in g s a n d L o a n A s s o c ia t io n

Location: Pier 14, East River, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location, on or after February 5, 1919, of the office
of the Steamship Clerks’ Savings and Loan Association from Pier 14, East
River, New York, N. Y ., to Pier 13 East River, New York, N. Y .
Feb.

4, 1919. T h e M a r in e T r u s t C o m pa n y of B u ffa lo

Location: Buffalo, N. Y .
Application made by the Marine Trust Company of Buffalo for permission to
open and occupy branch offices of that institution at each of the following
places in that city:
1. Corner Main street and Fillmore avenue;
2. Corner Jefferson and East Utica streets;
3. Corner Seneca, and Swan streets;
4. Corner Ek and Louisiana streets.
Feb.

6, 1919.

T h e H o m e B u il d e r s C o - o p e r a t iv e S a v in g s a n d L o a n A s s o c ia t io n

Location: 236 State street, Rochester, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location of the office of the Home Builders Co-op­
erative Savings and Loan Association from No. 236 State street, Rochester,
N. Y ., to No. 15 Rochester Savings Bank Building, in the same city, such
removal to take effect on or after February 7 1919.
Feb.

6, 1919.

R e s ig n a t io n o f B a n k E x a m in e r

The resignation of Mr. Joseph Meltsner, an examiner employed in the Private
Bankers Bureau of the State Banking Department, tendered and accepted to
take effect on February 8, 1919.
Feb.

7, 1919.

F r a n k l in S a f e D e p o s it C o m p a n y

Location: 166 Montague street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Application made by the Franklin Safe Deposit Company for permission to open
and occupy a branch office of that institution in the basement of the building
known as 21 East 40th street, in the Borough of Manhattan and City of
New York.

STATE OF N EW YORK , BAN K IN G D EPAR T M EN T
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of Section 82 of the Banking Law, Chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914.
A l b a n y , N. Y ., F e b r u a r y 14, 1919
F eb .

7, 1919. F r a n k l in S a f e D e p o s it C o m pa n y




Location: 166 Montague street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Approval given to the opening and maintenance of a branch office by the
Franklin Safe Deposit Company, on or after February 10, 1919, in the
basement of the building known as No. 21 East 40th street, in the Borough of
Manhattan and City of New York.

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7, 1919. A p po in t m e n t of B a n k E x a m in e r s

Superintendent of Banks appointed from the eligible Civil Service list the following
examiners at a compensation of eight (8) dollars per day, when actually
employed, and railroad fare:
William Cuffney, 102 Cruger street, Bath, N. Y .
George E. Varcoe, 338 Woodward avenue, Buffalo, N. Y.
F eb .

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C o - o p e r a t iv e S a v in g s a n d L o a n A ss o c ia t io n

Location: Main street, North Tonawanda, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location, on or after February 10, 1919, of the
office of the Home Co-operative Savings and Loan Association from Main
street, North Tonawanda, N. Y ., to 94 Webster street, North Tonawanda,
N. Y.
F eb .

8, 1919. C o o p e r st o w n S a v in g s a n d L oan A s s o c ia t io n

Location: Chamber of Commerce Bldg., Pioneer st , Cooperstown, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location, on or after February 10, 1919, of the
office of the Cooperstown Savings and Loan Association from the Chamber of
Commerce Building Pioneer street, Cooperstown, N. Y., to the Cooperstown
National Bank Building, on Alain street, Cooperstown, N. Y.
Feb. 10, 1919. E m il io F e s t a , P r iv a t e B a n k e r
Location: 108 Second street, Rome, N. Y.
Permanent capital $5,000.
Verified certificate of Emilio Festa applying for authorization to engage in business
as a private banker filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
Feb. 10, 1919.

G e n e r a l M o t o r s A c c e p t a n c e C o r p o r a t io n

Location: 1764 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Capital $2,000,000. Surplus $500,000.
Authorization certificate issued.
F eb . 11, 1919. T h e Sy r a c u s e T r u s t C om pa n y

Location: No. 330 South Warren street, Syracuse, N. Y.
Application made by The Syracuse Trust Company for permission to open and
occupy branch offices at each of the following locations in the city of Syracuse
N. Y .:
509-511 North Salina street,
South-east Corner of Marcellus and South Geddes streets.
Feb. 10, 1919. C it iz e n s C o m m e r c ia l T rust C o m pa n y
Location: Ellicott Square Bldg., Buffalo, N. Y.
Application made by the Citizens Commercial Trust Company for permission
to open and occupy a branch office at Nos. 606-610 Genesee street, in the city
of Buffalo, N. Y.
Feb. 13, 1919.

T he Syracu se T ru st C om pan y

Location: 330 South Warren street, Syracuse, N. Y.
Approval given to The Syracuse Trust Company for the opening and maintenance
of branch offices at each of the following locations in said city, on or after
March 15, 1919:
509-511 North Salina street,
Southeast Corner of Marcellus and South Geddes streets.
F eb . 13, 1919. C it iz e n s C o m m e r c ia l T r u s t C o m pa n y




Location: Ellicott Square Building, Buffalo, N. Y .
Certificate issued to the Citizens Commercial Trust Company, of Buffalo, N. Y .,
authorizing it to open and occupy a branch office, on or after February 14, 1919,
in the building known as 606-810 Genesee street, in the city of Buffalo, approval
given for the opening of a branch office of said institution at 592-594 Genesee
street, on January 31, 1919, being revoked.

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T h e M a r in e T r u s t C o m p a n y o p B u f f a l o

Location: The Marine Bank Bldg., Buffalo, N. Y.
Certificate issued by the Superintendent of Banks to The Marine Trust Company
of Buffalo authorizing it to open and occupy a branch office on or after March 15,
1919, at No. 2635 Main street, in the city of Buffalo, N. Y.
Feb. 13, 1919.

A p p o in t m e n t o f B a n k E x a m in e r s

Superintendent of Banks appointed from the eligible civil service list the fol­
lowing as state bank examiners, at a compensation of eight (8) dollars per
day, when actually employed, and railroad fare:
Lawrence H. Geser, 290 Fallconer street, North Tonawanda, N. Y.
George A. Strack, 244 St. Nicholas ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.

STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTM ENT
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914
A l b a n y , N. Y „ F e b r u a r y 21, 1919
Feb. 18, 1919.

U n iv e r s a l C r e d it U n io n

Location: 15 Park Row, New York, N. Y.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department
Incorporators: John K. Sague, 641 Wash agton st., New York,
Chris C. Keenan, 641 Washington st., New York,
Jos. A. Springstead, 641 Washington st., New York,
Harry E. Fellows, 641 Washington st., New York,
Josephine T. Saldini, 641 Washington st., New York,
James F. Keelon, Finance Dept., Bronx, N. Y.
Louis Van Cook, 23rd Ward Bank, Bronx, N. Y.
Feb. 18, 1919.

R e s ig n a t io n o f B a n k E x a m in e r

The resignation of Mr. Edward A. Duerr, of 192 Potters road, Buffalo N. Y.,
an examiner in this department, accepted to take effect March 1, 1919.
Feb. 17, 1919.

A p p o in t m e n t o f B o o k k e e p e r

Mr. William Taner, of 441 East 119th street, New York, with the consent of
the State Civil Service Commission has been transferred from the position of
bookkeeper in the Manhattan State Hospital, Ward’s Island, N. Y., to the
position of bookkeeper in the New York office of the State Banking Department,
at a compensation of $1,400 per annum, effective February 17, 1919.

STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTMENT
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914
A l b a n y , N. Y., F e b r u a r y 28, 1919
Feb. 24, 1919.




T h e M a r in e T r u s t C o m p a n y o f B u f f a l o

Location: Marine Bank Building, Buffalo, N. Y.
Approval given to the opening and maintenance of a branch office by the Marine
Trust Company of Buffalo, on or after February 25, 1919, at each of th'- f''1
lowing locations:
308 Elk street, Buffalo, N. Y.
738 Seneca street, Buffalo, N. Y.

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B ’ n a i S c h o l e m C r e d it U n io n

Location: 105 Eldridge street New York, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location of the office of the B ’nai Scholem Credit
Union on or after February 25, 1919, from No. 105 Eldridge street in the
borough of Manhattan and city of New York, to No. 82 East 4th street in
the same borough and city.
Feb. 24, 1919.

S c a ja q u a d a S a v in g s

Feb. 24, 1919.

E u r e k a C o o p e r a t iv e S a v in g s & L o a n A s s o c ia t io n

& L o a n A s s o c ia t io n
Location: 863 East Ferry street, Buffalo, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location, on or after February 25, 1919, of the
office of the Scajaquada Savings and Loan Association, from No. 863 East
Ferry street, Buffalo, N. Y ., to No. 853 East Ferry street, Buffalo, N. Y.

Location: No. 553 Courtlandt avenue, Bronx Borough, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location, on or after February 25, 1919, of the
office of the Eureka Cooperative Savings and Loan Association from 553
Courtlandt avenue, in the borough of the Bronx and city of New York, to
551 Courtlandt avenue in the same borough and city.
Feb. 24, 1919.

G e r m a n B u il d in g a n d S a v in g C o m p a n y

Location: 949 Willoughby avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location on or after February 25, 1919, of the
office of the German Building and Saving Company, from No. 949 Willoughby
avenue in the borough of Brooklyn and city of New York, to No. 244 Bleecker
street in the same borough and city.
Feb. 24, 1919.

U n it e d P e r m a n e n t S a v in g s & L o a n A s s o c ia t io n

Location: 510 Portland avenue, Rochester, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location, on or after February 25, 1919, of the
office of the United Permanent Savings and Loan Association from 510 Port­
land avenue, Rochester, N. Y., to 555 Portland avenue, in the same city.
Feb. 24, 1919.

J a p a n e s e C r e d it U n io n

Location: 41 Park Row, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location, on or after February 25, 1919, of the
office of the Japanese Credit Union from No. 41 Park Row, in the borough of
Manhattan and city of New York to No. 119 East 34th street, in the same
borough and city.
Feb. 25,1919.

C all for R eports

Superintendent of Banks issued a call for quarterly reports by banks, trust
companies and private bankers, the close of business on Friday, February 21,
1919, being designated as the day with reference to which such reports shall
be made.
Feb. 25, 1919.

A m e r ic a n T r u s t C o m p a n y

Location: 135 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to the opening and maintenance of a branch office by the American
Trust Company, on or after March 1st, 1919, at No. 203 Montague street
in the borough of Brooklyn and city of New York.
Feb. 27, 1919.




J u l iu s J o s e p h s o n , P r iv a t e B a n k e r

Location: 1774 Pitkin avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location, on or after March 1st, 1919, of the place
of business of Julius Josephson, a private banker, from No. 1774 Pitkin avenue,
in the borough of Brooklyn and city of New York, to No. 1783 Pitkin avenue,
in the same borough and city

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STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTM ENT
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914
A l b a n y , N. Y., M a r c h 7, 1919
Feb. 28, 1919. C it y B a n k T r u s t C o m pa n y
Location: Syracuse, N. Y.
Capital $1,000,000. Surplus $398,000.
Authorization certificate issued.
Feb. 28, 1919.

W h it e s t o n e C o o p e r a t iv e S a v in g s & L o a n A s s o c ia t io n

Location: 7 South Fifth avenue, Whitestone, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location on or after March 1, 1919, of the office
of the Whitestone Co-operative Savings and Loan Association from No. 7
South Fifth avenue, Whitestone, N. Y., to First National Bank Building,
Whitestone, N. Y.
Feb. 28, 1919. D o m in io n B a n k
Location: Toronto, Canada.
Superintendent of Banks issued a license to the Dominion Bank, of Toronto,
Canada, permitting it to open and maintain an agency for the transaction of
business in this State at No. 51 Broadway, in the borough of Manhattan and
city of New York.
Feb. 28, 1919.

H ebrew

N a t io n a l C r e d it U n io n

Location: No. 539 Schenck avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
Incorporators: Rubin Sehulman, 596 Warwick street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Morris Kliegman, 613 Hendrix street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Morris Apar, 329 Pennsylvania avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Abraham Bieshunsky, 539 Schenck avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Meyer Schwartz, 839 Dumont avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Philip Reitman, 896 Sutter avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Joseph Maron 825 Dumont avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Lewis Feuerstein, 434 Ashford street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Saul Ocean, 436 Ashford street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Feb. 2S. 1919. R o cco G u a l t i e r i , P r i v a t e B a n k e r
Location: 2 5 8 East Dominick street, Rome, N. Y.
Permanent capital $5,000.
Authorization certificate issued.
Feb. 28, 1919.

I r v in g T r u s t C o m p a n y

Location: 233 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to an increase of the capital stock of Irving Trust Company
from $1,500,000 to $2,250,000.
Mar. 1, 1919.




P a r k - U n io n F o r e ig n B a n k in g C o r p o r a t io n

Location: New York, N. Y.
Capita] $2,000,000.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
Incorporators: Charles A. Holder, 39 West 54th street, New York City.
Stuyvesant Fish, 25 East 78th street, New York city.
Edward C. Hoyt, 14 East 67th street, New York City.
Gilbert C. Thorne, 44 West 51st street, New York City.
Richard H. Williams, 2 West 51st street, New York City.
William J. Dawson, 2 Farragut Circle, New Rochelle, N. Y.
Forrest L. Appleby, Larchmont, N. Y.
Walter F. Taylor, 112 East 60th street. New York City.
Edwin DeT. Betchel, 207 East 7th street, Plainfield, N. J.
J. M. Lyeth, Riverdale-on-Hudson, N. Y.
Walter H. Merritt, Tenafly, N. J.
Rush Taggart, Jr., 319 West 75th street, New York City.
Heber Smith, 46 Arthur street, Yonkers, N. Y.

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Mar. 3, 1919.

o ic

B an k s

of

D e p o s it

a x d

D is c o u n t

A s ia B a n k in g C o r p o r a t io n

Location: 66 Liberty street, New York, N. Y.
Application made by the Asia Banking Corporation for permission to open and
occupy a branch office in the city of Hong Kong, in the Republic of China,
and in the city of Canton, in the Republic of China.
Mar. 3, 1919.

L it t l e F a l l s B u il d in g , S a v in g s & L o a n A s s o c ia t io n

Location: 603 East Main street, Little Falls, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location, on or after March 4, 1919, of the office of
the Little Falls Building, Savings and Loan Association, from No. 603 East
Main street, Little Falls, N. Y., to No. 18 East Main street, in the same city.
Mar. 3, 1919.

A s ia

B a n k in g

C o r p o r a t io n

Location: 66 Liberty street, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to the opening and maintenance of a branch by the Asia Banking
Corporation, on or after March 10, 1919, in each of the following places:
City of Hong Kong, Republic of China.
City of Canton, Republic of China.
Mar. 3, 1919.

L in c o l n

S quare

L a u n d r y m a n ’ s C r e d it

U n io n

Location: New York, N. Y.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
Mar. 3, 1919. U so n a C r e d it U n io n
Location: New York, N. Y.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
Mar. 4, 1919.

A p p o in t m e n t

op

B ank

E x a m in e r

Mr. Leland W. Palmer, of 606 Fallman street, Syracuse, N. Y., appointed from
the eligible Civil Service list an Examiner in the State Banking Department
at a compensation of eight (8) dollars when actually employed and railroad
fare.
Mar. 5, 1919.

L it h o

C r e d it

U n io n

op

N ew

Y ork

Location: Odd Fellows Casino, 8th St. Near First avenue, New York, N. Y.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department

Mar.

5, 1919. I n t e r b o r o u g h P e r s o n a l L o a n C o m pa n y

Location: 392 East 17th street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location of the office of the Interborough Personal
Personal Loan Company from No. 392 East 17th street, Brooklyn, N. Y.,
to 1410 Avenue “ H ” in the same city, the change of location to become
effective on or after March 6, 1919.
Mar. 5, 1919.

Sta te

Safe

D e p o s it

C om pany

Location: 376-378 Grand street, New York, N. Y.
Application made by the State Safe Deposit Company for approval of the opening
of a branch office of that institution at the Northwest Corner of Hath street
and Fifth avenue, in the borough of Manhattan and city of New York.

Mar.

6,

1919.

E m il io

F esta

Location: 10S Second street, Rome, N. Y.
Application for permission to engage in business as a private banker at 108
Second street, Rome, N. Y., refused.

Mar.




6,

1919.

T he

St a t e

Sa f e

D e p o s it

C om pany

Location: 376-378 Grand street, New York, N. Y.
The State Safe Deposit Company authorized to open and occupy a branch
office, on or after April 1, 1919, at the northwest corner of 115th street and
Fifth avenue, in the borough of Manhattan and city of New York

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69

STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTM ENT
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914
A l b a n y , N. Y., M a r c h 14, 1919
Mar. 7, 1919.

G eneral

M otors

A cceptance

C o r p o r a t io n

Location: 1764 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Application made by the General Motors Acceptance Corporation for permission
to open and occupy a branch office at each of the following locations:
430 California street, San Francisco, California.
Northeast corner of King and Yonge streets, Toronto, Province of Ontario,
Canada.
Mar. 8, 1919.

T he

M a r in e

T ru st C om pan y

of

B uffalo

Location: Marine Bank Building, Buffalo, N. Y.
Approval given to the opening and maintenance of a branch office by The
Marine Trust Company of Buffalo, on or after June 1, 1919, at the northeast
corner of East Utica and Jefferson streets, known as 1323 Jefferson street,
Buffalo, N. Y., conditioned upon the ppening of such branch within six months
from date.
Mar. 10, 1919.

G eneral

M otors A cceptan ce

C o r p o r a t io n

Location: 1764 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
The General Motors Acceptance Corporation authorized to open and occupy
a branch office, on or after March 15, 1919, at each of the following locations:
430 California street, San Francisco, California.
Northeast corner of King and Yonge streets, Toronto, Province of Ontario,
Canada.
Mar. 11, 1919.

U n iv e r s a l C r e d it

U n io n

Location: 15 Park Row, New York, N. Y.
Authorization certificate issued.
Mar. 11, 1919. J. B. G r e e n h u t & C o m p a n y , P r i v a t e B a n k e r s
Location: Broadway at 33d street, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location of the place of business of J. B. Greenhut
< Company, private bankers, on or after March 15, 1919, from the comer of
fc
Broadway and 33d street, in the borough of Manhattan and city of New
York to No. 251 Fourth avenue, in the same borough and city.
Mar. 13, 1919.

C orn

E xchange

Safe

D e p o s it

C om pany

Location: William and Beaver streets, New York, N. Y.
Application received from the Corn Exchange Safe Deposit Company for per­
mission to open and occupy a branch office of that institution at each of the
following locations:
311 Lenox avenue, New York, N. Y.
St. Nicholas avenue and 181st street, New York, N. Y.
Mar. 13, 1919.

C orn

E xchange

Safe

D e p o s it

C om pany

Location: William and Beaver streets, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to the opening and maintenance of branch offices by the Corn
Exchange Safe Deposit Company, on or after March 18, 1919, at each of
the following locations:
311 Lenox avenue, New York, N. Y.
St. Nicholas avenue and 181st street, New York, N. Y.
Mar. 12, 1919.




C orn E xchange

B ank

Location: William and Beaver streets, New York, N. Y.
Application made by the Corn Exchange Bank for permission to open and
occupy a branch office at the southwest corner of Grove and West Fourth
streets, in the borough of Manhattan and city of New York.

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B anks

o n

o f

D e p o s it

a n d

D is c o u n t

STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTM ENT
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914.
A lbany,

Mar. 14, 1919.

C orn

M arch

21. 1919

S hepard

Mar. 15, 1919.

N. Y.,

J. G o l d b e r g , P r i v a t e B a n k e r
Location: 171 East Broadway, New York, N. Y .
Application of Shepard J. Goldberg for authorization to engage in business
as a private banker at 171 East Broadway, New York, N. Y., refused.
E xchange

B ank

Location: Corner William and Beaver streets, New York, N. Y.
The Corn Exchange Bank authorized to open and occupy a branch office, on or
after May 1, 1919, on the southwest corner of Grove and Fourth streets
in the borough of Manhattan and city of New York, conditioned upon the
opening of such branch office within six months from date, unless the time
be extended by the Superintendent of Banks.
Mar. 18, 1919.

G r o c e r s ’ C r e d it

U n io n

Location: 62 East 106th street, New AY>rk, N. Y .
Approval given to a change of location, on or after March 19, 1919, of the place
of business of the Grocers’ Credit Union from No. 62 East 106th street, New
York, N. Y., to No. 1673 Lexington avenue, in the same city.
Mar. 18, 1919.

G arfunkel

&

T a u s t e r , P r iv a t e

B ankers

Location: 133 Rivington street, New York, N. Y .
Verified certificate executed by Alax Garfunkel and Marcus Tauster, applying
for authorization to engage in business as private bankers at 133 Rivington
street, in the borough of Manhattan and city of New York, refused.
Mar. 21, 1919.

S im o n

ALa d l o w s k y , P r i v a t e

B anker

Location: No. 520 East 6th street, New A ork, N. Y.
’
Permanent capital: $5,000.
Verified certificate of Simon Yadlowsky applying for authorization to engage
in business as a private banker at 520 East 6th street, in the borough of Man­
hattan and city of New York, filed for examination in the State Banking
Department.

STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTMENT
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914
A l b a n y , N. Y., M a r c h 28, 1919
Mar. 25, 1919.

W il h a m s v il l e

S a v in g s

and

L oan

A s s o c ia t io n *

Location: 5596 Main street, Williamsville, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location, on or after March 26, 1919, of the office
of the Williamsville Savings and Loan Association from No. 5596 Main street,
Williamsville, N. A'., to No. 5604 Main street, Williamsville, N. Y .
Mar. 22, 1919.




M e r c a n t il e

T ru st

&

D e p o s it

C om pany

Location: 115 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to petition for change of name of the Mercantile Trust and
Deposit Company, New A'ork, N. Y . , to “ Mercantile Trust Company"
and “ The Sun ” and “ New York Tribune ” designated as the newspapers
in which to publish notice of the presentation of such petition.

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71

Mar. 27, 1919. P a r k -U n io n F o r e ig n B a n k in g C o r p o r a t io n
Location: New York, N. Y.
Capital: $2,000,000. Surplus: $250,000.
Authorization certificate issued.
Incorporators: Charles A. Holder, 39 West 54th street, New York, N. Y.
Stuyvesant Fish, 25 East 78th street, New York, N. Y.
Edward C. Hoyt, 14 East 67th street, New York, N. Y.
Gilbert G. Thorne, 44 West 51st street, New York, N. Y.
Richard H. Williams, 2 West 51st street, New York, N. Y
Wm. Joseph Dawson, New Rochelle, N. Y.
Forrest L. Appleby, Larchmont Park, N. Y.
Walter F. Taylor, 112 East 60th street, New York, N. Y.
J. M. Richardson Lyeth, Riverdale-on-Hudson, N. Y.
Walter H. Merritt, Tenafly, N. J.
Rush Taggart, Jr., 319 West 75th street, New York, N. Y.
Heber Smith, Yonkers, N. Y.
Edwin De T. Bechtel, Plainfield, N. J.

STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTMENT
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914
A l b a n y , N. Y., A p r il 4. 1919
Mar. 29. 1919. C o n t in e n t a l G u a r a n t y C o r p o r a t io n
Location: 248 Madison avenue, New York, N. Y.
Application made by the Continental Guaranty Corporation for permission
to open and occupy a branch office in the city of London, Kingdom of Great
Britain.
Mar. 29, 1919. C o n t in e n t a l G u a r a n t y C o r p o r a t io n
Location: 248 Madison avenue, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to the opening and maintenance of a branch office by the
Continental Guaranty Corporation, on or after April 10, 1919, in the City
of London, Kingdom of Great Britain.
Mar. 31, 1919. U son a C r e d it U n io n
Location: New York, N. Y.
Authorization certificate issued.
Mar. 31, 1919. N o r t h A v e n u e B a n k o p N e w R o c h e l le
Location: No. 41 North avenue, New Rochelle, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location, on or after April 15, 1919. of the place
of business of the North Avenue Bank of New Rochelle, from No. 41 North
avenue, New Rochelle, N. Y., to No. 4 North avenue, in the same city.
Mar. 31, 1919. L o fa ro & Rossi, P r iv a t e B a n k e r s
Location: 445 Bleecker street, Utica, N. Y.
Authorization certificate issued on May 8, 1916, to Rocco Lofaro and Frank
Rossi, to engage in business as private bankers under the name “ Lofaro &
Rossi ” revoked.
Mar. 31, 1919. T h e F a r m e rs B a n k op S p r in g v ill e
Location: Springville, N. Y.
Approval given to an increase of the capital stock of The Farmers Bank of
Springville from $50,000 to $60,000.
Mar. 31, 1919. Y o n k e r s P e r s o n a l L o a n C o m pa n y
Location: Yonkers, N. Y.
Approval given to an increase of the capital stock of the Yonkers Personal Loan
Company from $10,000 to $18,000.




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R epokt

April I, 1919.

o x

B a x ic s

C orn- E xch an g e

Sa f e

o f

D e p o s it

D e p o s it

a n d

D is c o u n t

C om pany

Location: William and Beaver streets, New York, N. Y.
Application made by the Corn Exchange Safe Deposit Company for permission
to open and occupy a branch office at No. 76 Grove street, corner of Grove
and Fourth streets, in the borough of Manhattan and city of New York.
April 1,1919.

C it y

B ank

T ru st

C om pany

Location: Syracuse, N. Y.
Approval given to an increase of the capital stock of the City Bank Trust Com­
pany, of Syracuse, N. Y., from $1,000,000 to $1,500,000.
April 1, 1919.

C ohn E x c h a n g e

Safe

D e p o s it

C om pany

Location: William and Beaver streets, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to the opening and maintenance of a branch office of the Corn
Exchange Safe Deposit Company of New York, N. Y., on or after May 1,
1919, on the southwest corner of Grove and Fourth streets, in the borough of
Manhattan and city of New York.
April 1, 1919.

H ebrew

N a t io n a l

C r e d it

U n io n

Location: 539 Schenck avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Authorization certificate issued.
April 2, 1919.

G eneral

M otors A cceptan ce

C o r p o r a t io n

Location: No. 1764 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Application made by the General Motors Acceptance Corporation, New York.
N. Y., for permission to open and occupy a branch office at No. I l l West
Washington street, Chicago, 1 .
11
April. 2, 1919.

P a r k -U n io n

F o r e ig n

B a n k in g

C o r p o r a t io n

Location: New York, N. Y.
Application made by the Park Union Foreign Banking Corporation, New York,
N. Y., for permission to open and occupy a branch office in the city of San
Francisco, California.
April 2, 1919.

G eneral

M otors A cceptan ce

C o r p o r a t io n

Location: No. 1764 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to the opening and maintenance of a branch office of the General
Motors Acceptance Corporation, on or after April 15, 1919, at No. I l l West
Washington street in the city of Chicago, Illinois.
April 3, 1919. Sim on Y a d l o w s k y , P r iv a t e B a n k e r
Location: No. 520 East 6th street, New York, N. Y.
Verified certificate of Simon Yadlowsky applying for authorization to engage
in business as a private banker refused.
April 3, 1919. P a r k -U n io n F o r e ig n B a n k in g C o r p o r a t io n
Location: New York, N. Y.
Certificate issued to the Park-Union Foreign Banking Corporation authorizing
it to open and occupy a branch office, on or after April 15, 1919, in the city
of San Francisco, California.
April 4, 1919. T he S o u t h S id e B a n k o f B u ffa lo
Location: 2161-2163 Seneca street, Buffalo, N. Y.
Capital: $100,000. Surplus: $25,000.
Authorization certificate issued.
Incorporators: Fred H. Loehr,
Ernest Feyler,
Herman J. Manzel,
George B. Hamberger,
F. E. Steisslinger,
John Winegar,
Harry F. De Ceu,
William Jaeger,
All of Buffalo, N. Y.




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D a v id

M ordka

B u l l e t in s

T w e r s k y , P r iv a t e

73

B anker

Location: No. 9 Attorney street, New York, N. Y.
Permanent capital: $5,000.
Verified certificate of David Mordka Twersky applying for authorization to
engage in business as a private banker filed for examination in the State
Banking Department.

STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTM ENT
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 359 of
the Laws of 1914
A l b a n y , N. Y., A p r i l 11, 1919
April 7, 1919.

W il l ia m

V. G a p c z y n s k i , P r i v a t e B a n k e r
Location: No. 304 Union street, Schenectady, N. Y.
Permanent capital: $5,000.
Authorization certificate issued.

April 8, 1919.

P u b l ic

C r e d it

C o r p o r a t io n

Location: New York, N. Y.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
Capital: $100,090.
Incorporators: Elias Schmerler,
Joseph Dauber,
Barnet Klar,
Leon Pfeffer,
Morris Rosenblatt,
Benjamin Greenstone
Banjamin Aptheker,
Isidore Lasner,
Jacob Palestine,
Israel M. Oshinsky.
April 8, 1919.

A s ia B a n k in g

C o r p o r a t io n

Location: No. 66 Liberty street, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location of the office of the Asia Banking Cor­
poration, on or after April 10, 1919, from No. 66 Liberty street in the borough
of Manhattan and city of New York, to No. 35 Broadway in the same borough
and city.
April 9, 1919.

C it y

P erson al

L oan

C om pany, In c .

Location: No. 140 Nassau street, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location of the office of the City Personal Loan
Company, Inc., on or after April 14, 1919, from No. 149 Nassau street in the
borough of Manhattan and city of New York to No. 63 Park Row, Room
1009, in the same borough and city.
April 10, 1919.

T he

P eoples T ru st C om pan y

Location: No. 181 Montague street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Approval given to an increase in the capital stock of The Peoples Trust Com­
pany, Brooklyn, N. Y., from $1,000,000 to $1,200,000.
April 10, 1919.

T he

M o r r is

P lan

C om pany of

N ew

Y ork

Location: No. 261 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Application made by The Morris Plan Company of New York for permission
to open a branch office of that company at No. 26 Court street in the borough
of Brooklyn and city of New York.
April 10, 1919.




State

B ank

of

E ast

S yracuse

Location: East Syracuse, N. Y.
Capital: $50,000.
Notice of intention to organize State Bank of East Syracuse filed in the State
Banking Department. The “ Syracuse Po3t-Standard,” a newspaper pub­
lished at Syracuse, N. Y., designated as the newspaper in which to publish
notice of intention to organize.

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April 10, 1919.

U t ic a

B a n k s

o x

T ru st

and

o f

D e p o s it

D e p o s it

a x d

D is c o u x t

C om pany

Location: Utica, N. Y.
Application made by the Utica Trust and Deposit Company for permission to
open a branch office of that company at 515, 539 or 70S Bleecker street, Utica,
N.

April 10, 1919.

T he

Y.

M o r r is

P lan

C om pany

of

N ew

Y ork

Location: No. 261 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to the opening by The Morris Plan Company of New York
of a branch office at No. 26 Court street in the borough of Brooklyn and city
of New York.
April 11, 1919.

T he

B ank

D epew

of

Location: Depew, N. Y.
Capital: $50,000. Surplus: $15,000.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department
Directors: Elmer J. Nash,
Albert Nelson,
Newell McDonald,
Elwin B. Rowley,
Mary Kupczynski,
S. Jay Ohart,
William F. O’Connor,
A. Raymond Tremaine,
Ernest Feyler.
John B. Faisant,
April 11, 1919.

F armers

F und, In c.

Location: Rochester, N. Y.
Capital: $400,000.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department
Marc W. Cole,
Directors: William Church Osborn,
William I. Taber,
Myron S. Hall,
Delmer Runkle.

STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTM ENT
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914
A l b a n y , N. Y., A p r i l 18, 1919
April 14, 1919.

D ollar

S a v in g s

B ank

of

the

C it y

of

N ew

Y ork

Location: No. 2737 Third avenue, Bronx, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location, on or after April 15, 1919, of the place
of business of the Dollar Savings Bank of the city of New York, from No. 2737
Third avenue, in the borough of the Bronx and city of New York, to No. 2792
Third avenue, in the same borough and city.
April 16, 1919.

P u b l ic

C r e d it

C o r p o r a t io n

Location: New York, N. Y.
Capital: $100,000. Surplus: $25,000.
Authorization certificate issued.
Incorporators: Elias Schmerler,
Joseph Dauber,
Barnet Klar,
Leon Pfeffer,
Israel M. Oshinsky,
April 17, 1919.




L ib e r t y B a n k

of

Morris Rosenblatt,
Benjamin Greenstone,
Benjamin Aptheker,
Isidore Lasner,
Jacob Palestine.

B uffalo

Location: 424-426 Main street, Buffalo, N. Y.
U n io n

Sto ck

Y ards

B ank

of

B uffalo

Location: Broadway and Fillmore avenue, Buffalo, N. Y.
Agreement of Merger between the Boards of Directors of Liberty Bank of Buffalo
and Union Stock Yards Bank of Buffalo, respectively and copies thereto
attached of meetings of the respective boards for the merger of the Union
Stock Yards Bank of Buffalo into Liberty Bank of Buffalo, approved.

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STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTMENT
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914
A l b a n y , N. Y., A p r i l 25, 1919
April 19, 1919.

F ulton

C o o p e r a t iv e

B u il d in g

&

L oan

A s s o c ia t io n

Location: No. 177 Court street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location of the office of the Fulton Cooperative
Building and Loan Association, on or after April 21, 1919, from No. 177
Court street, in the borough of Brooklyn and city of New York, to No. 69-a
Seventh avenue, in the same borough and city.
April 19, 1919

P a r k - U n io n

F o r e ig n

B a n k in g

C o r p o r a t io n

Location: New York, N. Y.
Application made by the Park-Union Foreign Banking Corporation, New York
N. ,Y., for permission to open and occupy a branch office of that corporation
in each of the following cities:
Tokyo. Empire of Japan.
Kobe, Empire of Japan.
Yokohama, Empire of Japan.
April 19, 1919.

G uaranty

T ru st

C om pany

op

N ew

Y ork

Location: 140 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Application made by the Guaranty Trust Company of New York for permission
to open and occupy a branch office of that institution at the southwest corner
of Fifth avenue and Forty-fourth street, in the borough of Manhattan and
city of New York.
April 19, 1919.

P a r k - U n io n

F o r e ig n

B a n k in g

C o r p o r a t io n

Location: New York, N. Y.
Certificate issued to the Park-Union Foreign Banking Corporation authorizing'
it to open and occupy a branch office, on or after April 21, 1919, in the city
of Tokyo, in the Empire of Japan.
April 19, 1919.

B ank

L ong

of

Islan d

Location: Jamaica, N. Y.
Application made by the Bank of Long Island, Jamaica, N. Y., for permission
to open and occupy a branch office at No. 1800 Myrtle avenue, Ridgewood,
borough of Queens and city of New York.
April 19, 1919.

B ank

op

W aterford

Location: Waterford, Saratoga County, N. Y.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
Capital: $50,000.
George N. Michon,
Incorporators: Charles H. Kavanaugh,
Frederick W. Kavanaugh,
Wm. A. Tierney,
Arthur B. Cobden,
Edward Strecker,
Edward L. Orth,
Harold W. Turner,
Louis R. Breslin,
Joseph C. Bleibtrey,
Roland H. Stubbs,
Henry I. Prankard,
Frederick W. Pomeroy,
P. Augustine Dunn,
Harry R. Davidson.
Charles L. Mitchell,
April 19, 1919.

G uaranty

T ru st C om pan y

of

N ew

Y ork

Location: 140 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
The Guaranty Trust Company of New York authorized to open and occupy
a branch office, on or after May 1, 1919, at the southwest corner of Fifth
avenue and Forty-fourth street, in the borough of Manhattan and city of
New York, conditioned upon the discontinuance of the branch office heretofore
maintained by said institution at the southwest corner of Fifth Avenue and
Forty-third street, in the same borough and city.




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o n

B an k s

P a r k - U n io n - F o r e i g n

o f

B a n k in g

D e p o s it

a n d

D is c o u n t

C o r p o r a t io n

Location: New York, N. Y.
The Park-Union Foreign Banking Corporation authorized to open and occupy
a branch office, on or after April 22, 1919, at such convenient location as it
may select in each of the following cities:
Yokohama, in the Empire of Japan.
Kobe, in the Empire of Japan.
April 21, 1919.

B ank

of

L ong

Islan d

Location: 359 Fulton street, Jamaica, N. Y.
The Bank of Long Island, of Jamaica, N. Y., authorized to open and occupy
a branch office, on or after April 25, 1919, at No. 1800 Myrtle avenue, Ridge­
wood, borough of Queens and city of New York, conditioned upon the closing
of the branch office heretofore maintained by said institution at No. 1801
Myrtle avenue, Ridgewood, in the same borough and city.
April 21, 1919.

F a y e t t e v il l e

C o m m e r c ia l

B ank

Location: Fayetteville, N. Y.
Capital: $25,000.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department
Directors: Wilbur M. Jones,
Burnell H. Frary,
Arthur G. Williams,
C. Loomis Allen,
William C. Ladd,
Chester R. Eaton,
J. W. Knapp,
Margaret Frey Clark,
William M. Peckham,
George J. Bryan,
Winfield E. McIntyre.
April

22,

1919.

C o m m e r c ia l E x c h a n g e

B ank

Location: Bond street and Bowery, New York, N. Y.
Application made by the Commercial Exchange Bank, New York, N. Y., for
permission to open and occupy a branch office at Nos. 1129-1137 Broadway,
on the southwest corner of Twenty-sixth street and Broadway, known as
the St. James Building, in the borough of Manhattan and city of New York.
April 23, 1919.

F ulton

C o o p e r a t iv e

B u il d in g

and

L oan

A s s o c ia t io n

Location: No. 69-a Seventh avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location of the office of the Fulton Co-operative
Building and Loan Association, on or after April 24, 1919, from No. 69-a
Seventh avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y., to No. 109 Seventh avenue, in the same city.
April 23, 1919.

S o u t h S i d e B a n k o f B u f f a l o , N. Y.
Location: No. 2163 Seneca street, Buffalo, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location of the place of business of The South
Side Bank of Buffalo, N. Y., on or after April 25, 1919, from No. 2163 Seneca
street, in the city of Buffalo, county of Erie and State of New York, to No.
2213 Seneca street, in the same city.

T he

STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTM ENT
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914
A l b a n y , N. Y., M a y 2, 1919
April 25, 1919.




G arfunkel

&

T a u s t e r , P r iv a t e

B ankers

Location: No. 67 Clinton street, New York, N. Y .
Permanent capital: $15,000.
Verified certificate executed by Max Garfunkel and Marcus Tauster applying
for authorization to engage in business as private bankers, filed for examination
in the State Banking Department.

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April 28, 1919.

C o m m e r c ia l E x c h a n g e

B u l l e t in s

77

B ank

Location: 330 Bowery, New York, N. Y.
The Commercial Exchange Bank authorized by the Superintendent of Banks
to open and occupy a branch office, on or after July 1, 1919, at premises Nos.
1129-1137 Broadway, known as the St. James Building, in the borough of
Manhattan and city of New York, conditioned upon the discontinuance of
the branch office now maintained by said corporation at No. 1196 Broadway
in the same borough and city ..
April 28, 1919.

D a v id

M ordka

T w e r s k y , P r iv a t e

B anker

Location: No. 9 Attorney street, New York, N. Y.
Application for authorization refused.
April 28, 1919.

W h it e

P l a in s

S a v in g s

and

L oan

A s s o c ia t io n

Location: No. 85 Main street, White Plains, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location, on or after April 29th, 1919, of the office
of the White Plains Savings and Loan Association from No. 85 Main street,
White Plains, N. Y., to No. 169 Main street, White Plains, N. Y.
April 30, 1919.

G eneral

M otors A cceptan ce

C o r p o r a t io n

Location: No. 1764 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Application made by the General Motors Acceptance Corporation for permission
to open and occupy a branch office at No. 88 East Congress street, in the city
of Detroit, Michigan.
April 28, 1919.

G eneral E m ergency

C r e d it

U n io n

Location: Brooklyn, N. Y.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
April 28, 1919.

J. G o l d b e r g , P r i v a t e B a n k e r
Location: No. 171 East Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Permanent capital: $40,000.
Verified certificate executed by Mr. Shepard J. Goldberg applying for authori­
zation to engage in business as a private banker, filed for examination in the

Sh e p a r d

S t a te B a n k in g D e p a r t m e n t .

April 29, 1919.

F r e n c h A m e r ic a n B a n k in g C o r p o r a t io n

Location: New York, N. Y.
Capital: $2,000,000.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
Incorporators: Daniel G. Wing, Newton, Mass.
F. Abbott Goodhue, Lancaster, Mass.
Owen D. Young, New York, N. Y.
James S. Alexander, New York, N. Y.
John E. Rovensky, New York, N. Y.
Harry B. Thayer, New Canaan, Conn.
Maurice Silvester, Short Hills, N. J.
Paul Fuller, Jr., Short Hills, N. J.
Lorenzo Semple, New York, N. Y.
F. R. Coudert, New York, N. Y.
John P. Murray, Jersey City, N. J.
Charles B. Samuels, New York, N. Y.
April 30, 1919.

G eneral

M otors A cceptan ce

C o r p o r a t io n

Location: No. 1764 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to the opening and maintenance of a branch office by the General
Motors Acceptance Corporation, on or after May 2, 1919, at No. 88 East
Congress street, in the city of Detroit, Michigan.
April 30, 1919.




O r b a c h , F a y b ik

&

A Io l it o r is , P r iv a t e

B ankers

Location: 166 Avenue A, New7York, N. Y.
Verified certificate executed by Christopher L. Orbach, Andrew Faybik and
Jacob C. Molitoris applying for authorization to engage in business as private
bankers, filed for examination in the State Banking Department.

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"R e p o r t

1, 1919.

L ib e r t y

B a n k s

o n

B ank

of

o f

D e p o s it

a n d

D is c o u n t

B uffalo

Location: 424-426 Main street, Buffalo, N. Y.
Application made by the Liberty Bank of Buffalo for permission to open and
occupy a branch office at No. 949 Broadway, in the city of Buffalo, N. Y.
May

1, 1919.

C r e d it

U n io n

N ew

of

the

E m ployees’ C o n ference

C o m m it t e e

of

the

C it y

of

Y ork

Location: Municipal Building, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to petition for authority to change the name of the Credit Union
of the Employees Conference Committee, city of New York, to “ Municipal
Credit Union.” “ The S un” and “ The Tribune,” two newspapers pub­
lished in the city of New York, designated as the newspapers in which to
publish notice of the presentation of the petition.
May

1, 1919.

L ib e r t y

B ank

of

B uffalo

Location: 424-426 Main street, Buffalo, N. Y.
The Liberty Bank of Buffalo authorized to open and occupy a branch office,
on or after May 5, 1919, at No. 949 Broadway, in the city of Buffalo, N. Y .,
upon the completion of the merger of the Union Stock Yards Bank of Buffalo,
N. Y., into the Liberty Bank of Buffalo.

STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTM ENT
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914.
A l b a n y , N. Y., M a y 9, 1919
May

2, 1919.

T he

A m e r ic a n

E xpress

C om pan y, Incorporated

Location: Hartford, Conn.
License issued to The American Express Company, Incorporated of Hartford,
Connecticut, authorizing it to maintain an agency at No. 65 Broadway,
in the borough of Manhattan and city of New York.
May

2, 1919. C

it y

T rust C

om pany

Location: Erie County Savings Bank Building, Buffalo, N. Y.
M arket

Bank

of

B uffalo

Location: 585 Main street, Buffalo, N. Y.
B ank

of

B uffalo

Location: 343-345 Main street, Buffalo, N. Y.
Agreement of Merger of City Trust Company, of Buffalo, N. Y., and Market
Bank of Buffalo, of Buffalo, N. Y., into Bank of Buffalo, and copies of pro­
ceedings of meetings of the boards of directors of the respective corporations
attached approved by the Superintendent of Banks.
May

3, 1919. T he S t a t e B




ank

of

P a r is h

Location: Parish, Oswego Co., N. Y.
Organization certificate filed for examination
Capital: $25,000.
Incorporators: William B. Harter,
Burr J. Morgan,
Nelson B. Jennings,
Emmett Lewis,
Claude F. Tallcott,

in the State Banking Department.
James Gray,
R. S. Davey,
Fred A. Church,
Hamilton A. Mosher,
Willard C. Richards.

W eekly B ulletins
May

79

3, 1919. L ib e r t y B a n k of B u ffalo

Location: 424-426 Main street, Buffalo, N. Y.
U n io x S t o c k Y a r d s B a n k of B u ffalo

Location: Broadway and Fillmore avenue, Buffalo, X. Y.
Verified copies of Minutes of Meetings of the respective Boards of Directors
held May 2, 1919, and of the respective stockholders, held May 2, 1919, for
the purpose of merging the Union Stock Yards Bank of Buffalo into the Liberty
Bank of Buffalo, filed in the State Banking Department.
May

3 ,1 9 1 9 . L ib e r t y B a n k o f B u ff a lo

Location: Buffalo, N. Y.
Approval given to an increase of the capital stock of the Liberty Bank of Buffalo
from $500,000 to $1,500,000.
M ay

6, 1919. A n d r e w J. H o r v a t t

Location: No. 73 Clinton street, Binghamton, N. Y.
Permanent capital: $5,000.
Verified certificate applying for authorization to engage in business as a private
banker filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
M ay

6, 1919. J ose B e n s a u d e , J r .

Location: No. 32 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Permanent capital: $5,000.
Verified certificate applying for authorization to engage in business as a private
banker filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
M ay

6, 1919. G ol d b e r g e r & G o o d m a n , P r iv a t e B a n k e r s

Location: No. 136 East 42d street New York, N. Y.
Permanent capital: $35,000.
Verified certificate executed by Morris B. Goldberger and David C. Goodman
applying for authorization to engage in business as private bankers under
the name “ Goldberger & Goodman, private bankers,” filed for examination
in the State Banking Department.
M ay

6, 1919. A p po in t m e n t of C l e r k

Mrs. Anna E. Wallace, of No. 502 Seventh street, Brooklyn, X. Y., appointed
from the eligible Civil Service list a clerk in the New York office of State
Banking Department, at a compensation of $1,000 per annum, the appoint­
ment to become effective on May 16, 1919.
May

8, 1919. A m e r ic a n F o r e ig n B a n k in g C o r p o r a t io n
Location: No. 56 Wall street, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location of the place of business of the American
Foreign Banking Corporation, on or after June 1, 1919, from Xo. 56 Wall
street, in the borough of Manhattan and city of New York, to Xo. 53 Broadway,
in the same borough and city.

M ayj 9, 1919.




F o r e ig n

C r e d it

C o r p o r a t io n

Location: New York, N. Y.
Capital: $5,000,000.
Organization certificate filed for examination
Incorporators: Harold Stanley,
Theodore Rousseau,
John S. Johnston,
Allen Wardwell,
J. Howland Auchincloss,

in the State Banking Department
Eugene W. Stetson,
Arthur B. Hatcher,
James L. O’ Neill,
Lansing P. Reed,
Edwin S. S. Sunderland.

so

D eport

ok

B a n k s

o f

D e p o s it

a x d

D is c o u n t

STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTM ENT
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914
A l b a n y , N. Y., M a y 16, 1919
M ay

9, 1919.

A m e r ic a n

S a v in g s B a n k

of

B uffalo

Location: Nos. 215-217 Main street, Buffalo, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location of the place of business of the American
Savings Bank of Buffalo, on or after May 12th, 1919, from the building known
as Nos. 215-217 Main street, Buffalo, N. Y., to No. 13 Court street, in the
same city.
M ay

10, 1919.

P a r k -U n io n

F o r e ig n

B a n k in g

C o r p o r a t io n

Location: No. 49 Wall street, New York, N. Y.
Application made by the Park-Union Foreign Banking Corporation for per­
mission to open and occupy a branch office in each of the following cities:
Hong Kong in the Republic of China,
Hankow, in the Republic of China,
Shanghai, in the Republic of China,
Singapore, in the Straits Settlements.
May 10, 1919.

K in g s t o n

B ank

Location: Kingston, N. Y.
(Conversion of Kingston National Bank)
Capital: 8150,000.
Authorization certificate issued.
May

10,

1919.

K in g s t o n

T ru st

C om pany

Location: Kingston, N. Y.
(Conversion of Kingston Bank)
Capital: $150,000.
Organization certificate filed for examination.
Elbert H. Loughrm
Incorporators: William J. Turck,
Charles W. Walton,
Charles R. O’Connor,
John F. Herbert,
Jacob Rice,
Wm. H. Van Etten,
Elva H. Bogart,
Cornelius S. Treadwell,
Wilson C. Ingalls,
James Jenkins,
Philip Elting,
John Millard,
Joel Brink,
W. O. Schwarzwaelder,
George W. Ross,
Bruyn Hasbrouck,
Harcourt J. Pratt,
Arthur V. Hoornbeek.
May 12, 1919.

P a r k -U n io n

F o r e ig n

B a n k in g

C o r p o r a t io n

Location: No. 49 Wall street, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to the opening of a branch office t y the Park-Union Foreign
Banking Corporation, on or after May 15, 1919, in each of the following
cities:
Shanghai, in the Republic of China.
Hong Kong, in the Republic of China.
Hankow7 in the Republic of China.
,
Singapore, in the Straits Settlements.
May 12, 1919.

Lackaw anna

Sa v in g s a n d

L oan

A s s o c ia t io n

Location: 955 Ridge road, Lackawanna, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location, on or after May 13, 1919, of the office
of the Lackawanna Savings and Loan Association, from No. 955 Ridge road,
Lackawanna, N. Y., to No. 1009 Ridge road, Lackawanna, N. Y.
May 12, 1919. Kingston Trust Company
Location: Kingston, N. Y.
Capital: $150,000.
Authorization certificate issued.




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May 12, 1919.

St a t e

Bank

or

E ast

B u l l e t in s

81

Syracuse

Location: East Syracuse, N. Y.
Capital: $50,000.
Organization certificate filed for examination
Incorporators: Arthur W. Loasby,
A. W. Hudson,
Joseph B. Enders,
Lucius M. Kinne,
Carleton A. Chase,

in the State Banking Department.
E. S. Tefft,
Huntington B. Crouse,
Thorp Hiscock,
Frederick E. Maurer
A. H. Cowie.

May 13, 1919. C o n t in e n t a l G u a r a n t y C o r p o r a t io n
Location: No. 248 Madison avenue, New York, N. Y.
Application made by the Continental Guaranty Corporation for approval of
the opening and maintenance of a branch office at No. 61 Adelaide street,
east, in the city of Toronto, Canada.
May 13, 1919.

State

B ank

of

G eneva

Location: Geneva, N. Y.
Capital: $100,000.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
(Conversion of The First National Bank of Geneva)
Incorporators: Thomas H. Chew,
Theodore J. Smith,
David H. Henry,
James E. Brown,
Alfred G. Lewis,
Francis W. Whitwell,
John B. Anderson,
Edward H. Palmer,
Henry A. Wheat,
Beverly Chew.
May 13, 1919.

C o n t in e n t a l

G uaranty

C o r p o r a t io n

Location: No. 248 Madison avenue, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to the opening and maintenance of a branch office by the Con­
tinental Guaranty Corporation, on or after May 15, 1919, at No. 61 Adelaide
street, east, in the city of Toronto, Canada.
May 14, 1919.

S outh

Shore

S a v in g s

and

L oan

A s s o c ia t io n

Location: No. 11 Sixth street, New Dorp, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location of the office of the -South Shore Savings
and Loan Association, on or after May 15, 1919, from No. 11 Sixth street,
New Dorp, Staten Island, N. Y., to No. 180 Rose avenue, New Dorp, Staten
Island, N. Y.
May 14, 1919.

L in c o l n

S quare

L a u n d r y m a n ’s C r e d it

U n io n

Location: New York, N. Y.
Authorization certificate issued.
May 14, 1919.

L it h o

C r e d it U n io n

Location: Odd Fellows’ Casino, 8th street near First avenue, New York, N. Y .
Authorization certificate issued.
May 14,1919.

State

E x c h a n g e B a n k o f H o l l e y , N. Y.
Location: Holley, N. Y.
Approval given to the extension of the corporate existence of the State Exchange
Bank of Holley, N. Y .,to June 1, 1939, twenty years beyond the term specified
in its original certificate of association.

May 14, 1919.

M ic h e l e

V e s c e r a , P r iv a t e

B anker

Location: 460 North Salina street, Syracuse, N. Y .
Permanent capital: $5,000.
Verified certificate applying for authorization to engage in business as a private
banker filed for examination in the State Banking Department.




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B an k s

o f

D e p o s it

a n d

D is c o u n t

May 16, 1919. O r b a c h , F a y b ik & M o l it o r is
Location: 166 Avenue A, New York, N. Y.
Permanent capital: $5,000.
Verified certificate executed by Christopher L. Orbach, Andrew Faybik and
Jacob C. Molitoris, applying for authorization to engage in business as private
bankers, under the firm name “ Orbach, Faybik & Molitoris ” refused.

STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTMENT
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914
A l b a n y , N. Y., M a y 23, 1919
May 16, 1919. F r a t e r n a l C r e d it U n io n
Location: No. 43 Ellery street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location of the office of the Fraternal Credit
Union, on or after May 17, 1919, from No. 43 Ellery street, Brooklyn, N. Y.,
to No. 523 Marcy avenue, in the same city.

May 19, 1919. A p po in t m e n t of B a n k E x a m in e r s
Superintendent of Banks appointed from the eligible civil service list Mr. Frank
B. McLaughlin, of 216 Barrett street, Syracuse, N. Y., and Mr. Landus F.
Smith, of 1909 Andrews avenue, New York, N. Y., examiners in the State
Banking Department, at a compensation of eight dollars per day, when
actually employed, and railroad fare.
May 20, 1919. S t a t e B a n k of G e n e v a
Location: Geneva, N. Y.
(Conversion of First National Bank of Geneva).
Capital $100,000.
Authorization certificate issued.
May 20, 1919. P a r k -U n io n F o r e ig n B a n k in g C o r p o r a t io n
Location: 49 Wall street, New York, N. Y.
Application made by the Park-Union Foreign Banking Corporation, of New
York, N. Y., for permission to open and occupy branch offices in each of
the following cities:
City of Seattle, State of Washington,
City of Tien Tsin, in the Republic of China.
May 20, 1919. G e n e v a T r u s t C o m pa n y
Location: Geneva, N. Y.
Capital $100,000.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
May 20,1919. B a n k o f B u ff a lo
Location: Nos. 343-345 Main street, Buffalo, N. Y.
Application made by the Bank of Buffalo, located in Buffalo, N. Y., for per­
mission to open and occupy a branch office at each of the following locations
in that city:
Corner of Main and Niagara streets,
No. 585 Main street.
May*21, 1919. G e n e v a T r u s t C om pa n y
Location: Geneva, N. Y.
Capital $100,000.
(Conversion of State Bank of Geneva.)
Authorization certificate issued.
May 21, 1919. S h e p a r d J. G o l d b e r g , P r iv a t e B a n k e r
Location: No. 171 East Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Permanent capital $40,000.
Authorization certificate issued.




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83

B u l l e t in s

G o l d b e b o e h & G o o d m a n , P r iv a t e B a n k e r s

Location: 136 East 42nd street, New York, N. Y.
Permanent capital $35,000.
Authorization certificate issued to Morris B. Goldberger and David C. Goodman,
permitting them to engage in business as private bankers, under the firm name
“ Goldberger & Goodman.”
M a y 21, 1919. F r e n c h A m e r ic a n B a n k in g C o r p o r a t io n

Location: New York, N. Y.
Capital $2,000,000. Surplus $500,000.
Authorization certificate issued.
M a y 21, 1919. A s ia B a n k in g C o r p o r a t io n

Location: 35 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Application made by the Asia Banking Corporation for permission to open and
occupy a branch office in the city of Manila, in the Philippine Islands.
M a y 20, 1919. P a r k -U n io n F o r e ig n B a n k in g C o r p o r a t io n

Location: No. 49 Wall street, New York, N. Y.
The Park-Union Foreign Banking Corporation, whose principal office is located
at No. 49 Broadway, in the borough of Manhattan and city of New York,
authorized to open and occupy a branch office at such convenient location
as it may select in each of the following cities, on or after May 26, 1919:
Tien Tsin in the Republic of China,
Seattle in the State of Washington.
May 22, 1919. A s ia B a n k in g C o r p o r a t io n
Location: 35 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
The Asia Banking Corporation, whose principal office is located at No. 35 Broad­
way, in the borough of Manhattan and city of New York, authorized to open
and occupy a branch office at such convenient location as it may select in
the city of Manila, in the Philippine Islands, on or after May 26th, 1919.
May 22, 1919.

J u l iu s J o s e p h s o n , P r iv a t e B a n k e r

Location: No. 1783 Pitkin avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Approval given to an increase of the permanent capital of Julius Josephson,
a private banker, from $8,000 to $30,000.

STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTM ENT
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914
A lbany,

May 22 1919.

N. Y.,

M ay

31, 1919

T he P eoples T ru st C om pany

Location: Nos. 181-183 Montague street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Application made by The Peoples Trust Company whose principal office is
located at Nos. 181-183 Montague street, in the borough of Brooklyn and
city of New York, for leave to open and occupy a branch office at Nos. 14551457 Myrtle avenue, corner of Bleecker street, in the same city.
May 23,1919.

I r v in g T r u s t C o m p a n y

Location: No. 233 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Application made by the Irving Trust Company, whose principal office is located
at No. 233 Broadway, in the borough of Manhattan and city of New York,
for leave to open and occupy a branch office at No. 319 Fifth avenue, corner,
of Fifth avenue and Thirty-second street, in the same Borough and city.




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May 23, 1919. B a n k e r s T r u s t C om pa n y
Location: 16 Wall street, New York, N. Y.
Application made by the Bankers Trust Company, whose principal office is
located at No. 16 Wall street in the borough of Manhattan and city of New
York, for leave to open and occupy a temporary branch office in the city of
Paris in the Republic of France.
May 23, 1919.

L o n g I s l a n d F in a n c e C o r p o r a t io n

Location: Jamaica, N. Y.
Capital $100 000.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
Incorporators: Robert W. Higbie, Jamaica, N. Y.
Hamilton A. Higbie, Flushing, N. Y.
William W. Gillen, Jamaica, N. Y.
Henry S. Weller Hempstead, N. Y.
Franklin A. Rogers, Richmond Hill, N. Y.
May 23, 1919. I r v in g T r u s t C om pa n y
Location: 233 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to the opening and occupying of a branch office of the Irving
Trust Company on or after May 24, 1919, at No. 319 Fifth avenue, corner
of Fifth avenue and Thirty-second street, in the borough of Manhattan and
city of New York.
May 26, 1919. R e sig n a tio n of B a n k E x a m in e r
The resignation of Mr. A. B. McArdle, a state bank examiner, tendered and
accepted to take effect May 26, 1919.
May 29, 1919.

L ib e r a l C r e d it U n io n

L o c a t io n : 2 0 9 E a s t B r o a d w a y , N e w Y o r k , N . Y .

Approval given to a change of location of the office of the Liberal Credit Union
from No. 209 East Broadway, in the Borough of Manhattan and city of
New York, to 82 East Fourth street, in the same borough and city, on or
after May 30, 1919.
May 28, 1919. R e sig n a t io n of B a n k E x a m in e r
The resignation of Mr. Landus F. Smith, of 1909 Andrews avenue, New York
city, a recently appointed bank examiner, tendered and accepted.
May 29, 1919.

G e n e r a l E m e r g e n c y C r e d it U n io n

Location: Brooklyn, N. Y.
Authorization certificate issued.
May 29, 1919.

T he B an k of L an caster

Location: Lancaster, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location of the place of business of The Bank of
Lancaster, of Lancaster, N. Y., on or after June 2, 1919, from No. 41 Central
avenue, in the village of Lancaster, to No. 25 Central avenue, in the same village.
May 29, 1919. H. & K. C r e d i t U n io n
Location: Henington Hall, 216 Second street, New York, N. Y.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
May 28, 1919.

T h e M a r in e T r u s t C o m p a n y o f B u f f a l o

Location: Buffalo, N. Y.
Approval given to an increase of the capital stock of The Marine Trust Company
of Buffalo, from $7,000,000 to $7,500,000.
May 24, 1919.




B an kers T ru st C om pany

Location: 16 Wall street, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to the opening and occupying of a branch office of the Bankers
Trust Company, temporarily, at No. 5 rue Scribe, in the city of Paris, in the
Republic of France, on or after May 26th, 1919.

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G arfu n k el & T au ster

Location: 67 Clinton street, New York, N. Y .
Permanent capital $15,000. Surplus $3,000.
Authorization certificate issued to Max Garfunkel and Marcus Tauster permitting
them to engage in business as private bankers, at 67 Clinton street, in the
borough of Manhattan and city of New York, under the firm name “ Gar­
funkel & Tauster, Private Bankers.”
May 24, 1919.

D a v id G o l d b e r g , P r iv a t e B a n k e r .

Location: No. 50 East 42d street, New York, N. Y.
Permanent capital, $25,000.
Verified certificate executed by David Goldberg applying for authorization to
engage in business as private banker filed for examination in the State Banking
Department.
M ay 27, 1919.

F armers

F und, I nc.

Location: Rochester, N. Y.
Authorization certificate issued.
Capital $400,000 Surplus $100,000.
May 27, 1919. F if t h A v e n u e B a n k
Location: 530 Fifth avenue. New York, N. Y.
Approval given to an increase of the capital stock of The Fifth Avenue Bank
from $200,000 to $500,000.
M ay 27, 1919,

T he B an k of E ast A urora

Location: East Aurora, N. Y.
Approval given to an increase of the capital stock of The Bank of East Aurora
from $75,000 to $100,000.
M ay 29, 1919.

T he P eoples T ru st C om pan y

Location: 181-183 Montague street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
The Peoples Trust Company, whose principal office is located at 181-183 Mont­
ague street, in the borough of Brooklyn and city of New York, authorized
to open and occupy a branch office on or after June 2, 1919, at Nos. 14551457 Myrtle avenue, corner of Bleecker street, in the same borough and city.

STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTM ENT
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914
A lbany,

June

2, 1919.

N. Y.,

June

6, 1919

R e v o c a t io n o f A u t h o r iz a t io n C e r t if ic a t e

Authorization certificate issued on December 7, 1916, to Ce3are Sconfietti and
Biagio Rossi, permitting them to engage in business as private bankers under
the firm name “ C. Sconfietti & Company, Private Bankers ” at 359 State
street, Rochester, N. Y., revoked.
June

2,1919.

B ank of B uffalo

Location: Buffalo, N. Y.
Approval given to an increase of the capital stock of the Bank of Buff alo, located
at Buffalo, N. Y., from $1,000,000 to $2,500,000.
June

3, 1919.




A p p o in t m e n t o f B a n k E x a m in e r

Mr. Charles H. Eshelman, of 1632 Niagara avenue, Niagara Falls, N. Y.,
appointed from the eligible civil service list a state bank examiner, at a com­
pensation of eight dollars per day, when actually employed, and railroad fare.

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D a v id G o l d b e r g , P r iv a t e B a n k e r

Location: 50 East 42d street, New York, N. Y.
Verified certificate executed by David Goldberg applying for authorization to
engage in business as a private banker refused.
June 5, 1919. G e n e v a T r u s t C om pa n y
Location: Geneva, N. Y.
Approval given to an increase of the capital stock of the Geneva Trust Company,
located at Geneva, N. Y., from §100,000 to $250,000.

STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTMENT
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914
A lbany,

June 6, 1919.

N. Y.,

June

13, 1919

T e x t il e B a n k in g C o m p a n y , I n c .

Location: New York, N. Y.
Capital $2,000,000. Surplus $500,000.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
Incorporators: Harvey D. Gibson, New York, N. Y.
John P. Maguire, Jersey City, N. J.
Edmund C. Converse, Greenwich, Conn.
Grayson M. P. Murphy, New York, N. Y.
Eugene W. Stetson, New York, N. Y.
Jun e

6, 1919. B

ronx

C r e d it U n io n

Location: No. 835 East 152d street, Bronx, New York, N. Y.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
June

7, 1919.

A p p o in t m e n t o f B a n k E x a m in e r

Mr. Herbert C. Rogers, of 1012 Summit avenue, High Bridge, N. Y., appointed
from the eligible civil service list an examiner in the State Banking Department
at a compensation of eight dollars per day, when actually employed and railroad
fare.
June 9, 1919.

B an k o f L on g Islan d

Location: Jamaica, N. Y.
Application made by the Bank of Long Island, the principal office of which
is located at No. 359 Fulton street, Jamaica, N. Y,, for permission to open
and occupy a branch office on Fresh Pond road at or near the junction of
Putnam avenue, Ridgewood, N. Y.
June 10, 1919.

R e a l t y A s s o c ia t e s I n v e s t m e n t C o r p o r a t io n

Location: New York, N. Y.
Capital $1,000,000. Surplus $100,000.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
Incorporators: Clarence H. Kelsey, New York, N. Y.
Charles S. Brown, New York, N. Y.
James G. Wentz, New York, N. Y.
Frank Bailey, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Clinton D. Burdick, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Crowell Hadden, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Edward T. Horwill, Brooklyn, N. Y.
William M. Greve, Brooklyn, N. Y.
June 11, 1919.




A l l ie d C r e d it U n io n

Location: 80 Maiden Lane, New York, N. Y.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department

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June 11, 1919. F a r m e r s a n d M e r c h a n t s B a n k
Location: Geneva, N. Y.

of

G eneva

G en eva T ru st C om pan y

Location: Geneva, N. Y.
Approval given to agreement for the merger of Farmers and Merchants Bank
of Geneva into Geneva Trust Company and of the sworn copies of proceedings
of the meetings of the respective boards of directors of said merging institutions
attached to such agreement.

STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTM ENT
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914
A lbany,

June 13, 1919.

N. Y.,

June

20, 1919

A p p o in t m e n t o f B a n k E x a m in e r

Mr, Francis X . Werneken, of 862 St. John’s Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. appointed
from the eligible civil service list an examiner in the State Banking Department
at a compensation of eight dollars per day, when actually employed, and rail­
road fare.
June 13, 1919.

S t a t e B a n k o f P a r is h

Location: Parish, Oswego County, N. Y.
Capital #25,000. Surplus $5,000.
Authorization certificate issued.
June 14, 1919.

B a n k o f L on g I slan d

Location: 359 Fulton street, Jamaica, N. Y.
Approval given to the opening and maintenance of a branch office of the Bank of
Long Island, on or after June 16, 1919, on Fresh Pond road at
or near its junction with Putnam avenue, Ridgewood, in the borough of Queens
and city of New York.
June 17, 1919.

A st o r S a f e D e p o s it C o m p a n y

Location: 42d street and Fifth avenue, New York, N. Y.
Application made by the Astor Safe Deposit Company for approval of the
opening and maintenance of a branch office at the northwest corner of Madison
avenue and Fifty-seventh street, in the borough of Manhattan and city of
New York.
June 17, 1919.

B an k ers T ru st C om pan y

Location: 16 Wall street, New York, N. Y.
Application made by the Bankers Trust Company for approval of the opening
and maintenance of a branch office at the northwest corner of Madison avenue
and Fifty-seventh street, in the borough of Manhattan and city of New York.
June 17, 1919.

A st o r Sa f e D e p o s it C o m p a n y

Location: 42d street and Fifth avenue, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to the opening and maintenance of a branch office of the Astor
Safe Deposit Company, on or after July 1, 1919, at the northwest corner of
Madison avenue and Fifty-seventh street, in the borough of Manhattan and
city of New York.
June 17, 1919.

B an kers T ru st C om pan y

Location: 16 Wall street, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to the opening and maintenance of a branch office of the Bankers
Trust Company, on or after July 1, 1919, at the northwest corner of Madison
avenue and Fifty-seventh street, in the borough of Manhattan and city of
New York.




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B l o o m i n g d a l e B r o s ., P r i v a t e B a n k e r s

Location: 137-139 East 59th street, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to an increase of the permanent capital of Bloomingdale Bros.,
Private Bankers, from $100,000 to $200,000.
June 20, 1919.

T e x t il e B a n k in g C o m p a n y , I n c .

Location: Borough of Manhattan, city of New York.
Capital $2,000,000. Surplus $500,000.
Authorization certificate issued.

STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTMENT
Weekly bulletin as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914
A lbany,

June 21, 1919.

N. Y.,

June

27, 1919

A p p o in t m e n t o p B a n k E x a m in e r

Mr. Fred M. Simpson, of No. 7 Trafalgar street, Rochester, N. Y., appointed
from the eligible civil service list an examiner in the State Banking Department
at a compensation of eight dollars per day, when actually employed and rail­
road fare.
June 23, 1919. C it iz e n s C o m m e r c ia l Sa f e D e p o sit C om pa n y
Location: Ellicott Square, Buffalo, N. Y.
Application made by the Citizens Commercial Safe Deposit Company, of Buffalo,
N. Y., for permission to open and occupy a branch office at No. 606 Genesee
street, at the corner of Jefferson street, in the city of Buffalo, N. Y.
June

2 3 , 1 91 9. P r o g r e s s iv e C r e d it U n io n

Location: 371 Willis avenue, Bronx, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location of the place of business of the Progressive
Credit Union, on or after June 24, 1919, from No. 371 Willis avenue, Bronx,
New York city, to No. 1026 Prospect avenue, Bronx, New York city.
June 23, 1919. I r v in g T r u s t C om pa n y
Location: No. 233 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to an increase of the capital stock of the Irving Trust Company
from $2,250,000 to $3,000,000.
June 23, 1919.

C it iz e n s C o m m e r c ia l S a f e D e p o s it C o m p a n y

Approval given to the opening and maintenance of a branch office of the Citizens
Commercial Safe Deposit Company, on or after July 1, 1919, at No. 606
Genesee street, at the corner of Jefferson street, in the city of Buffalo, county
of Erie, N. Y.
June 24, 1919.

C helsea E xch an g e B an k

Location: No. 266 West 34th street, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to an increase in the capital stock of the Chelsea Exchange
Bank, New York, N. Y., from $400,000 to $1,000,000.
June 25, 1919.

L o n g I s l a n d F in a n c e C o r p o r a t io n

Location: Jamaica, N. Y.
Capital $100,000. Surplus $10,000.
Authorization certificate issued.
June 26, 1919.




B is c h o f f ’s B a n k in g H o u s e

Location: New York, N. Y.
Certified copy of an order of the Supreme Court of the State of New York,
Part II, held in and for the County of New York, at the County Court House,
in the borough of Manhattan, City of New York, on the 21st day of June, 1919,
declaring the Bischoff’s Banking House dissolved and its corporate existence
terminated, filed in the State Banking Department.

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A p p o in t m e n t o f F ir s t D e p u t y S u p e r in t e n d e n t o f B a n k s

Superintendent promoted Mr. Guernsey R. Jewett from the position of Second
Deputy Superintendent of Banks to the position of First Deputy Superin­
tendent of Banks, at a compensation of $6,000 per annum, such appointment
to become effective on July 1, 1919.

June

2 6 ,1 9 1 9 . A p p o in t m e n t

of

Se c o n d D e p u t y S u p e r in t e n d e n t of B a n k s

Superintendent promoted Mr. George Overocker, of Poughkeepsie, N. Y., from
the position of Third Deputy Superintendent of Banks to the position of
Second Deputy Superintendent of Banks, at a compensation of $5,500 per
annum, such appointment to become effective on July 1, 1919.
June 26, 1919. A ppo in t m e n t of T h ir d D e p u t y S u p e r in t e n d e n t of B a n k s
Superintendent appointed Mr. George A. Coleman, of Kingwood Park, Pough­
keepsie, N . Y., to the position of Third Deputy Superintendent of Banks,
at a compensation of $5,000 per annum, such appointment to become effective
on July 1, 1919.
June 26, 1919. G e n e v a T r u s t C o m pa n y
Location: Geneva, N. Y.
Application made by the Geneva Trust Company for approval of the opening
and maintenance of a branch office in the building known as Nos. 24-26 Linden
street, in the city of Geneva, N. Y.

June 2 7 ,1 9 1 9 .

F a r m e r s a n d M e r c h a n t s B a n k of G e n e v a

Location: Geneva, N. Y.
G en eva T ru st C om pan y

Location: Geneva, N. Y.
Agreement of merger and certified copies of proceedings of meetings of the
stockholders of the Farmers and Merchants Bank of Geneva and the Geneva
Trust Company, respectively, approving the merger of the Farmers and
Merchants Bank of Geneva into the Geneva Trust Company, filed in the State
Banking Department.

STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTMENT
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914
A i -b a n y ,

June 27, 1919.

N. Y „

July

5, 1919

G en eva T ru st C om pan y

Approval given to the opening and maintenance of a branch office of the Geneva
Trust Company on or after June 28, 1919, in the building known as Nos.
24-26 Linden street in the city of Geneva, N. Y.
June 27, 1919.

G l o b e C r e d it U n io n

Location: 49 St. Marks Place, New York, N. Y.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department
Incorporators: Moses Gottlieb
George Gottlieb
Joseph Kunken
Charles Rosenberg
Meyer Trupin
Benedict Wollison
Max Fialkoff

June 28,

1919. T




he

B a n k of B u f f a l o

Location: 343-345 Main street, Buffalo, N. Y.
Approval given to the opening and maintenance of branch offices of The Bank
of Buffalo on or about July 1, 1919, at the following locations:
No. 585 Main street, Buffalo, N. Y.,
Corner of Main and Niagara streets, Buffalo, N. Y.

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S t a t e B a n k o f E n d ic o t t

Location: Endicott, Broome County, N. Y.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
Capital $50,000.
Incorporators: George F. Johnson
Eliot Spalding
David C. Warner
George W. Johnson
Chester B. Lord
John E. Paden
Donald C. Morgan
Wallace H. Windus
Leslie H. Baxter
Herbert D. Harris
Earl L. Brown
July

2, 1919. C it iz e n s B a n k of A dam s

Location: Adams, Jefferson County, N. Y.
(Conversion of The Citizens National Bank of Adams.)
Capital $50,000.
Authorization certificate issued.
July

2, 1919. C it iz e n s B a n k

of

A dam s

Location: Adams, Jefferson County, N. Y.
Approval given to an increase in the capital stock of the Citizens Bank of Adams
from $ 5 0 ,0 0 0 to $150,000.
July

2, 1919.

G u a r a n t y S a f e D e p o s it C o m p a n y

Location: Fifth avenue & 43d street, New York, N. Y.
Consent given to a change of location of the Guaranty Safe Deposit Company
from the southeast corner of Fifth avenue and Forty-third street, borough of
Manhattan and city of New York, to the southwest corner of Fifth avenue
and Forty-fourth street in the same borough and city.
July

2, 1919.

C it iz e n s T r u s t C o m p a n y o f A d a m s

Location: Adams, Jefferson County, N. Y.
Capital: $150,000.
Organization certificate filed for examination
Incorporators: Chauncey H. Bickford,
•
Charles M. Overton,
Jennie E. Mather,
William A. Mather,
Herbert H. Waite,
Francis M. Muzzy,
William H. Osborn,
Edward A. Dennison,
Edwin M. Bullock,
July

in the State Banking Department.
John H. Eastman,
Robert H. Waite,
R. Seymour Eastman,
William S. Rice,
Rufus W. Ripley,
Bertha W. Averill,
H. Edmund Machold,
Floyd L. Carlisle,
Floyd H. Stevens.

3, 1919. C it iz e n s T r u s t C o m p a n y of A dam s

Location: Adams, Jefferson county, N. Y.
(Conversion of Citizens Bank of Adams)
Capital $150,000.
Authorization certificate issued.

STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTMENT
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914
A l b a n y , N. Y., J u l y 11, 1919
July

5, 1919. C a l l




for

R e po rts

The Superintendent of Banks issued a call for reports of banks, trust companies
and private bankers, the close of business on Monday, June, 30, 1919, being
designated at the day with reference to which such report should be made.

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B ank

Location: Rochester, N. Y.
Application made by the Alliance Bank, of Rochester, N. Y., for permission
to open and occupy a branch office on the northwest corner of Lake and Ridge­
way avenues, in the tenth ward of the city of Rochester, N. Y.
July

7, 1919. A n d r e w J. H o r v a t t , P r iv a t e B a n k e r

Location: 73 Clinton street, Binghamton, N. Y.
Permanent capital: $10,000.
Verified certificate of Andrew J. Horvatt, applying for authorization to engage
in business as a private banker, filed for examination in the State Banking
Department.
July

8, 1919. T h e M a r in e T r u s t C om pa n y
Location: Buffalo, N. Y.
Application made by The Marine Trust Company for permission to open and
occupy a branch office of that institution at each of the following locations:
319 Connecticut street on the southeast corner of Plymouth avenue.
1479-1481 Hertel avenue, on the southwest corner of Sterling avenue.

July

8, 1919. A l l ia n c e B a n k

Location: Rochester, N. Y.
Approval given to the opening and occupying of a branch office by the Alliance
Bank, of Rochester, N. Y., on the northwest corner of Lake and Ridgeway
avenues, in the same city, on or after July 14, 1919.
July

8,

1919.

T he

M a r in e

T ru st

C om pany

Location: Buffalo, N. Y.
The Marine Trust Company authorized to open and occupy a branch office,
on or after July 14, 1919, at each of the following locations in the city of
Buffalo, N. Y.:
319 Connecticut street, on the southeast corner of Plymouth avenue;
1479-1481 Hertel avenue, on the southwest corner of Sterling avenue.
July

S, 1919.

S e c u r it y

C r e d it U n io n

Location: 81 Stanton street, New York, N. Y.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
July

9, 1919. A. & J. K e l j ik ia n , P r iv a t e B a n k e r s

Location: 99 Lexington avenue, New York, N. Y.
Permanent capital: $10,000.
Verified application of Avedie B. Keljikian and Sarkis B. Keljikian applying
for authorization to engage in business as private bankers filed for examination
in the State Banking Department.
July

S, 1919. G u a r a n t y T r u s t C o m pa n y

of

N ew Y ork

Location: 140 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Application made by the Guaranty Trust Company of New York for permission
to open and occupy a branch office in the city of Havre, in the Republic of
France.
July

9, 1919. G u a r a n t y T r u s t C o m p a n y of N e w Y o r k

Location: 140 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Certificate issued to the Guaranty Trust Company of New York authorizing
it to open and occupy a branch office, on or after July 14, 1919, at such con­
venient location as it may select, in the city of Havre, in the Republic of
France.
July 10, 1919.




T he

B ank

of

D epew

Location: Main street, Depew, N. Y.
Capital: $50,000. Surplus: $15,000.
Authorization certificate issued.

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D is c o u n t

M u n ic ip a l B a n k

Location: 1783 Pitkin avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
Capital: $200,000.
Incorporators: David Shapiro, 1204 Eastern parkway, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Julius Josephson, 1774 Pitkin avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Herman Triebitz, 1734 Pitkin avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Stephen Caplin, 338 McDonough street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Alexander Kanter, 305 Powell street, Brooklyn, N . Y .
Morris Weinberg, 1076 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Simon Gasner, 1870 Pitkin avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Simon Shapiro, 1174 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Shephard J. Goldberg, 1137 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, N. Y .
Simon H. Kugel, 1738 Union street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Heyman Shapiro, 1279 42d street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
July 10, 1919.

A m e r ic a n

F o r e ig n

B a n k in g

C o r p o r a t io n

Location: 53 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Application made by the American Foreign Banking Corporation for permissionto open and occupy a branch office in the city of San Pedro Sula, Honduras,
Central America.
July 10, 1919.

A m e r ic a n

F o r e ig n

B a n k in g

C o r p o r a t io n

Location: 53 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Certificate issued to the American Foreign Banking Corporation authorizing
it to open and occupy a branch office, on or after July 14, 1919, at such con­
ve n ie n t location as it may select in the city of San Pedro Sula, Honduras,
Centra] America.

STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTMENT
Weekly bulletin, as inquired by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws o f 191 4
A lbany,

July 11, 1919.

N. Y.,

July

18, 1919

C o l o n ia l B a n k S a f e D e p o s it C o m p a n y

Location: Columbus avenue and 81st street, New York, N. Y.
Application made by the Colonial Bank Safe Deposit Company for permission
to open and occupy a branch office at the southeast corner of Morris avenue,
Fordham road and East 188th street, in the borough of Manhattan and city
of New York.
July 11,1919.

C o l o n ia l B a n k

Location: Columbus avenue and 81st street, New York, N. Y.
Application made by the Colonial Bank for permission to open and occupy a
branch office at the southeast corner of Morris avenue, Fordham road and
East 188th street, in the borough of Manhattan and city of New York.
July 11, 1919.




T h e B r o a d a l b in B a n k

Location: Broadalbin, N. Y.
Capital: $40,000.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
Nelson L. Finch
Incorporators: Henry C. Finch
Wallace Finch
Benjamin C. Smith
Charles E. Van Yranken
Percy H. Finch
Willis A. Hayden
Edward Vosburgh
Wilbur N. Sowle
J. Walter Sowle
Amos C. Benedict
William P. Jeffords
E. LeGrand Beers
Wm. Pierson Judson
Richard H. Lee
Walter A. Woods
John M. Paris
James P. Rosa
Robert W. Chalmers

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A m e r ic a n F o r e ig n B a n k in g C o r p o r a t io n

Location: 53 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Application made by the American Foreign Banking Corporation for permission
to open and occupy a branch office in the city of Buenos Aires, in the Argentine
Republic.
July 11, 1919.

I r v in g T r u s t C o m p a n y

Location: 233 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Application made by the Irving Trust Company, of New York, N. Y., to open
and occupy a branch office at No. 350 Fulton street, in the borough of Brooklyn
and city of New York.
July 14, 1919. C o l o n ia l B a n k S a fe D e p o s it C o m pa n y
Location: Columbus avenue and 81st street, New York, N. Y.
The Colonial Bank Safe Deposit Company authorized by the Superintendent
of Banks to open and occupy a branch office, on or after July 21, 1919, at the
southeast corner of Morris avenue, Fordham road and East 188th street, in
the borough of Manhattan and city of New York.
July 14,1919. I r v in g T r u s t C om pa n y
Location: 233 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
The Irving Trust Company, New York, N. Y., authorized by the Superintendent
of Banks to open and occupy a branch office, on or after July 15, 1919, at No.
350 Fulton street, in the borough of Brooklyn and city of N e w York.
July 14,1919.

C o l o n ia l B a n k

Location: Columbus avenue and 81st street, New York, N. Y.
The Colonial Bank, New York, N. Y., authorized by the Superintendent of
Banks to open and occupy a branch office on or after July 21, 1919, at the
southeast corner of Morris avenue, Fordham road and East 188th street,
in the borough of Manhattan and city of New York.
J u ly 14, 1919. A m

e r ic a n

F o r e ig n B a n k in g C o r p o r a t io x

Location: No. 53 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
The American Foreign Banking Corporation, New York, N. Y., authorized by
the Superintendent of Banks to open and occupy a branch office, on or after
July 21, 1919, in the city of Buenos Aires, in the Argentine Republic.
July 14, 1919. M ic h e l e V e s c e r a , P r iv a t e B a n k e r
Location: 460 North Salina street, Syracuse, N. Y.
Application for authorization refused.
July 14, 1919. L ib e r t y B a n k of B u ff a lo
Location: Buffalo, N. Y.
Application made by the Liberty Bank of Buffalo for permission to open and
occupy a branch office at No. 1495 Genesee street, at the head of Fougeron
street, in the city of Buffalo, N. Y.
July 16, 1919. F irst H u n g a r ia n C r e d it U n io n
Location: 43 Ellery street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location of the office of the First Hungarian Credit
Union, on or after July 17, 1919 from No. 43 Ellery street, Brooklyn, N. Y.,
to No. 523 Marcy avenue, in the same city.
July 17, 1919. B r o o k l y n S i x t h A ssem b l y D is t r ic t C r e d it U n ion
Location: Brooklyn, N. Y.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.




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BAXKS

O F D e F O S IT A N D

D IS C O U N T

STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTMENT
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section
the Laws of 1914

82

of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of

A lbany,

July 18,1919.

N. Y.,

July

25, 1919

L ib e r t y B a n k o f B u f f a l o

Location: 424-426 Main street, Buffalo, N. Y.
Liberty Bank of Buffalo authorized by the Superintendent of Banks to open
and occupy a branch office at No. 1495 Genesee street, Buffalo, N. Y.
July 19, 1919.

B r o n x C r e d it U n io n

Location: 835 East 152nd street, Bronx, New York city.
Application for authorization refused.
July 21, 1919.

M ic h e l e V e s c e r a

Location: 460 No. Salina street, Syracuse, N. Y.
Verified certificate applying for authorization as a private banker filed for
examination in the State Banking Department.
July 23, 1919.

T h e W il l ia m S t r e e t P e r m a n e n t S a v in g s a n d L o a n A s s o c ia t io n

Location: 291 William street, Buffalo, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location from No. 291 William street, Buffalo,
N. Y., to 267 William street in the same city. Effective on or after July
24, 1919.
July 23, 1919.

A l e x a n d e r A n g e l in o f f

Location: 140 Liberty street, New York, N. Y.
Capital: $10,000.
Verified certificate applying for authorization to engage in business as a private
banker filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
July 23, 1919.

A l l ie d C r e d it U n io n

Location: 80 Maiden Lane, New York, N. Y.
Authorization certificate issued.
July 23, 1919.

C o m m u n it y S a v in g s a n d L o a n A s s o c ia t io n

Location: 23 Washington avenue, Endicott, N. Y.
Organization certificate filed for examination.
July 21, 1919.

M a n u f a c t u r e r s a n d E m p l o y e e s M o r t g a g e C o r p o r a t io n

Location: Niagara Falls, N. Y.
Capital: $200,000.
Organization certificate filed for examination.
Incorporators: Edson P. Pfohl
Alexander J. Porter
Acheson Smith
Hector R. Carveth
William P. Baker
Fred J. Coe
James G. Marshall
Frank S. Low
July 24, 1919.

Frank J. Tone
Chauncey L. Lane
Charles H. Moritz
Joseph E. Montague
Louis S. Silberberg
William W. Kincaid
Fred Mason

G l o b e C r e d it U n io n

Location: 49 St. Marks place, New York, N. Y.
Authorization certificate issued.
July 24, 1919.




O r b a c h , F a y b ik & M o l it o r is

Location: 166 avenue A, New York, N. Y.
Permanent capital: $20,000. Surplus: $5,000.
Verified certificate of Christopher L. Orbach, Andrew Faybik and Jacob C.
Molitoris applying for authorization to engage in business as private bankers
filed for examination.

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B u l l e t in s

R e s ig n a t io n o f B a n k E x a m in e r

The resignation of Mr. Charles A. Horne, Kew Gardens, L. I., an examiner in
this department accepted to take effect July 22nd, 1919.

STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTMENT
Weekly bulletin as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914
A lbany,

July 24, 1919.

N. Y.,

A ugust

1, 1919

E m il K is s , P r iv a t e B a n k e r

Location: 133 Second avenue, New York, N. Y.
Permanent capital: $10,000.
Approval of an increase in capital from $10,000 to $25,000 granted.
July 25, 1919. P a r k - u n io n F o r e ig n B a n k in g C o r p o r a t io n
Location: 46 Wall street, New York, N. Y.
Consent given to a change of location from No. 46 Wall street in the borough of
Manhattan and city of New York to No. 56 Wall street in the same borough
and city; effective on or after July 26, 1919.
July 25, 1919. V. D e L u c a a n d C o m p a n y , P r i v a t e B a n k e r s
Location: 186 Grand street, New York, N. Y.
Permanent capital: $20,000.
Verified certificate of Vincenzo De Luca and Frank De Luca, applying for
authorization to engage in business as private bankers under the name “ V. De
Luca and Company,” filed for examination.
July 26, 1919.

P a r k - u n io n F o r e ig n B a n k in g C o r p o r a t io n

Location: 56 Wall street, New York, N. Y.
Application made for permission to open and occupy a branch office in the city
o f P a r is,

July 28, 1919.

R e p u b l ic

o f F ra n ce.

E n r ic o O r t o l a n i a n d B r o t h e r , P r iv a t e B a n k e r s

Location: 120 Erie street, Buffalo, N. Y.
Permanent capital: $25,000.
Verified certificate of Enrico Ortolani and Mario Ortolani, applying for authoriza­
tion to engage in business as private bankers under the name of “ Enrico
Ortolani and Brother,” filed for examination.
July 28, 1919.

P e o p l e s B a n k o f E v a n s M il l s

Location: Evans Mills, Jefferson Co., N. Y.
Capital: $50,000.
Organization certificate filed for examination.
Edson J. Walrath,
Incorporators: Frank J. Baumert,
John P. Lortscher,
Oren S. Pickard,
Edwin G. Rogers,
Stephen N. Gould,
Claude B. Fletcher,
Chas. E. Ward,
Lincoln G. Hawn,
William M. Comstock,
Henry A. Ilickok.
July 28, 1919. P a r k - u n io n F o r e ig n B a n k in g C o r p o r a t io n
Location: 56 Wall street, New York, N. Y.
Approval granted to open and occupy a branch office in the city of Paris, Republic
of France on or after August 4th, 1919.
July 29, 1919.




A k r o n Sa v in g s a n d L o a n A s s o c ia t io n

Location: Akron, N. Y.
Organization certificate filed for examination.

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July 29, 1919.

o a

B a n k s

o f

D e p o s it

a n d

G l a s e r M e r c a n t il e C r e d it U n io n

Location: 22 East 34th street, New York, N.
Organization certificate filed for examination.
Incorporators: Samuel Glaser,
Rose Hamerslag,
Jenny Glaser,
Joseph Hamerslag,
July 30, 1919.

D is c o u n t

Y.
I. Louis Paul,
Charles Patnik,
Jacob M. Zinaman,
Morris Rubin.

B an k op C on ey Islan d

Location: Surf avenue, Coney Island, N. Y.
Approval given to an increase in capital stock from
July 31, 1919.

$ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0 to

$200,000.

E d g e h il l C o - o p e r a t iv e S a v in g s a n d L o a n A s s o c ia t io n

Location: 233 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Certified copy of an order granted at a Special Term of the Supreme Court of
the State of New York, held in and for the county of New York at the County
Court House in the borough of Manhattan, city of New York, on the 24th
day of July, 1919, dissolving the Edgehill Co-operative Savings and Loan
Association, filed in the State Banking Department.
July 31, 1919.

John N em eth State B an k

Location: 1597 Second avenue, New York, N. Y.
Application received for consent to the opening and maintenance of a branch
office of the John Nemeth State Bank at No. 1597 Second avenue, borough
of Manhattan and city of New York on or after October 1, 1919.

S T A T E O F N E W Y O R K , B A N K IN G D E P A R T M E N T

Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914
A lbany,

Aug.

1, 1919.

N. Y.,

A ugust

8, 1919

C it iz e n s B a n k o p C a p e V in c e n t

Location: Cape Vincent, Jefferson County, N. Y.
Capital: $50,000.
Organization certificate filed for examination.
Incorporators: Chas. C. Cooke,
Fred L. Burdick,
John R. Kilborn,
Jasper W. Cornaire,
De Witt C. Middleton,
Edward D. Fitzgerald,
De Elton V. Seeber,
James P. Davis,
Joseph Mason,
Mott G. Fitzgerald,
Alfred L. Dezengremel,
Edward A. Gosier,
George Donaldson,
Fred J. Constance,
Cornelius T. Sacket.
Aug.

4,1919.

M ic h e l e V e s c e r a , 'P r iv a t e B a n k e r

Location: 460 North Salina street, Syracuse, N. Y.
Permanent capital: $10,000.
Authorization certificate issued.
Aug. 4, 1919. H & K C r e d i t U n i o n
Location: Henington Hal], 216 2nd street, New York, N. Y.
Authorization certificate issued.
Aug.

4, 1919. U t ic a T




ru st and

D e p o s it C o m p a n y

Location: 162 Genesee street, Utica, N. Y.
Approval given to an increase in capital stock from $600,000 to $800,000.

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Aug.

6,

1919.

E

ast

S id f . S

97

B u l l e t in s

ank

Location: 1438 East Falls street, Niagara Falls, N. Y.
Capital: $100,000.
Organization certificate filed for examination.
de Lancey Rankine,
Incorporators: George Jewett Howard,
Philip Price Barton,
George Edward Sims,
George Frank Diemer,
George Joseph Colpoys,
Alexander Zaleski,
Charles Frederick Crick,
Edwin Rice Bartlett,
Angelo Francis Scalzo,
George Raymond Huse.
Aug.

6, 1919.

A l e x a n d e r A n g e l in o f f , P r iv a t e B a n k e r

Location: 140 Liberty street, New York, N. Y.
Permanent capital: $20,000.
Verified certificate applying for authorization as a private banker filed for
examination.
Aug.

6, 1919.

T h e M a r in e T r u s t C o m p a n y

Location: Marine Bank Building, Buffalo, N. Y.
Application made for permission to open and occupy a branch office at the south­
west corner of Elmwood avenue and Allen street, known as No. 194 Allen
street, Buffalo, N. Y.
Aug.

8,

1919.

T h e Sta n d a r d B a n k

Location: 55 avenue B, New York, N. Y.
Capital: $100,000.
Organization certificate filed for examination.
Incorporators: Richard M. Lederer,
David Kahn,
Max Lederer,
Arthur Lederer
Ralph James M. Bullowa.

STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTM ENT
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914
A lbany,

Aug.

8, 1919.

N. Y.,

A ugust

15, 1919

John N em eth State B an k

Location: 1597 Second avenue, New York, N. Y.
Consent given to a change of location from 1597 Second avenue, borough of
Manhattan and city of New York to 10 East 22nd street in the same borough
and city, effective on or after October 1, 1919.
Aug. 8, 1919.

Jo h n N e m e th St a t e B a n k

Location: 1597 Second avenue, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to an increase in capital stock from $100,000 to $200,000.
Aug. 9,1919.

B r o o k l y n S ix t h A s s e m b l y D is t r ic t C r e d it

U n io n

Location: Brooklyn, N. Y.
Application for authorization refused.
Aug. 11,1919.

N o r t h H e m p s t e a d Sa v in g s a n d L o a n A s s o c ia t io n

Location: Port Washington, Nassau County, N. Y.
Organization certificate filed for examination.
Aug. 1 1 ,1 9 1 9 . A k r o n S a v in g s a n d L o a n A s s o c ia t io n
Location: Akron, Erie County, N. Y.
Authorization certificate issued.




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Aug. 11, 1919.

o n

B a n k s

o f

D e p o s it

a n d

D is c o u n t

C o m m u n it y S a v in g s a n d L o a n A s s o c ia t io n

Location: 23 Washington avenue, Endieott, N. Y.
Authorization certificate issued.
Aug. 11,1919.

T h e P ro g ress B a n k of N ew Y ork

Location: 119 avenue A, New York, N. Y.
Capital: $200,000.
Organization Certificate filed for examination.
Incorporators: Julius Silbersweig,
Morris Fishbein,
Leon S. Moisseiff,
Saul Liberman,
Wolf Ain,
Charles Karon.
Aug. 13,1919.

T h e W a d d in g t o n B a n k

Location: Main street, Waddington, N. Y.
Capital: $25,000.
Organization certificate filed for examination.
Incorporators: Fred A. Sweet,
Bert S. Crapser,
Bernard Nowland,
William A. Daniels,
William J. McKay,
Chesley W, Hanes,
William J. Palmer.
Aug. 14, 1919.

C it iz e n s C o m m e r c ia l S a f e D e p o s it C o m p a n y

Location: 1 Ellicott square, Buffalo, N. Y.
Application made for permission to open and occupy a branch office at the inter­
section of Niagara and Tonawanda streets, Buffalo, N. Y.
Aug. 14,1919.

C it iz e n s C o m m e r c ia l S a f e D e p o s it C o m p a n y

•Location: 1 Ellicott square, Buffalo, N. Y.
Authorization for the opening and occupying of a branch office at the intersection
of Niagara and Tonawanda streets, in the building occupied by the Black
Rock branch of the Citizens Commercial Trust Company, granted.
Aug. 1 5 ,1 9 1 9 . V . D e L u c a a n d C o m pa n y
Location: 186 Grand street, New York, N. Y.
Permanent capital: $20,000.
Authorization certificate issued to Vincenzo De Luca and Frank De Luca,
permitting them to engage in business as private bankers under the name
“ V. De Luca and Company.”
Aug. 15, 1919.

L ib e r t y B a n k o f B u f f a l o

L o c a t io n : 4 2 4 - 4 2 6 M a in s t r e e t , B u f fa lo , N . Y .

Application made for permission to open and occupy a branch office at No. 164
Military road in the city of Buffalo, N. Y.
Aug. 15,1919.

T h e St a n d a r d B a n k

Location: 55 avenue B, New York, N. Y.
Capital: $100,000. Surplus: $50,000.
Authorization certificate issued.

STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTM ENT
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914
A lbany,

Aug. 15,1919.




N. Y.,

A u gust

22, 1919

L ib e r t y B a n k o f B u f f a l o

Location: Nos. 424-426 Main street, Buffalo, N. Y.
The Liberty Bank of Buffalo authorized to open and occupy a branch office
on or after August 18th, 1919, at No. 164 Military road, in the city of Buffalo,
N. Y.

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15,1919.

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B u l l e t in s

T h e B k o a d a l b in B a n k

Location: Broadalbin, N. Y.
Capital: $40,000. Surplus: $10,000.
Authorization certificate issued.
Aug. 15, 1919.

A ug.

S. L e s i n a k , P r i v a t e B a n k e r
Location: No. 520 East Sixth street, New York, N. Y.
Permanent capital: $12,500.
Verified certificate of Theophile S. Lesinak applying for authorization to engage
in business as a private banker filed for examination in the State Banking
Department.

T h e o p h il e

19, 1919. R e sig n a tio n of B a n k E x a m in e r

The resignation of Mr. Frank A. Gallagher, state bank examiner, tendered and
accepted to take effect August 25th, 1919.

A ug.

1 9 ,1 9 1 9 . T

he

M a r in e T r u s t C o m p a n y o f B u f f a l o

Location: Marine Bank Building, Buffalo, N. Y.
The Marine Trust Company of Buffalo authorized to open and occupy a branch
office, on or after August 20th, 1919, at No. 194 Allen street, in the city of
Buffalo, N. Y.
A ug.

2 2 ,1 9 1 9 . N

ew

X e th e r l a n d B

ank

of N e w Y o r k

Location: 41 West 34th street, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to an increase of the capital stock of the New Nethei'land Bank
of New York from $300,000 to $600,000.
A ug.

2 2 ,1 9 1 9 . T

he

C o l o n ia l B a n k

Location: 441 Columbus avenue, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to an increase of the capital stock of The Colonial Bank, of New
York, N. Y „ from $500,000 to $600,000.
Aug. 20, 1919.

A l e x a n d e r A n g e l in o f f , P r iv a t e B a n k e r

Location: No. 140 Liberty street, New York, N. Y.
Permanent capital: $20,000; Surplus: $2,000.
Authorization certificate issued.

STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTM ENT
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 o f
the Laws of 1914
A lbany,

Aug.

2 2 , 1919. R

ealty

N. Y .,

A u gust

29, 1919

A s s o c ia t e s I n v e s t m e n t C o r p o r a t io n

Location: New York, N. Y.
Capital $1,000,000. Surplus: $100,000.
Authorization certificate issued.
Aug. 22,1919.




B an k of E urope

Location: New York, N. Y.
Approval given to petition for change of name of Bank of Europe to “ Republio
Bank of New York ” and “ New York Sun ” and “ New York Times ” two
newspapers published in the city of New York, designated as the newspaper*
in which to publish notice of the presentation of such petition.

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B a n k s

o f

D e p o s it

a n d

D is c o u n t

G e n e r a l C o m m e r c i a l S e c u r i t i e s C o iu > r a t i o n
o

Location: 25-26 Triangle Building, Rochester, N. Y.
Capital: $200,000.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
Incorporators: Roman Wolfert, 25 Triangle Building, Rochester, N. Y.
Louis Gibaud, 352 East Main street, Rochester, N. Y.
Eugene J. Minges, 108 Cox Building, Rochester, N. Y.
George C. Staud, Post Office Building, Rochester, N. Y.
Martin F. Shafer, 186 E. Main street, Rochester, N. Y.
Frank J. Minges, 402 University avenue, Rochester, N. Y.
Francis J. Yawman, 424 St. Paul street, Rochester, N. Y.
Courtney S. Whitman, 25 Triangle Building, Rochester, N. Y.
William J. Gucker, 153 East Main street, Rochester, N. Y.

Aug. 22,1919.

C o s m o p o l it a n P e r s o n a l L o a n C o m p a n y

Location: 481 Main street, Buffalo, N. Y.
Capital: $30,000.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
Incorporators: Mrs. Leah Cantor, 703 East 5th street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Mrs. Jennie Angel, 530 East 9th street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Mr. Benjamin Morris, 497 Sixth avenue, New York, N. Y.
Mr. Samuel Weithorn, 261 Georgia street, Buffalo, N. Y.
Mr. DeMerle E. Hart, 242 Grant street, Buffalo, N. Y.
Aug. 23,1919.

M u tual P erson al L oan C om pan y, In c .

Location: 215 Havemeyer street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Capital: $10,000.
Organization certificate filed for examination.
Incorporators: Harry Landau, 728 Driggs avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Joshua H. Friedman, 236 South 2d street, Brooklyn N. Y.
Isaac Herling, 202 South 2d street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Joseph Pearlman, 149 Manhattan avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Benny Benjamin, 157 South 1st street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Abraham Miller, 127 Havemeyer street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Harry Horowitz, 143 North 4th street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Aug. 26, 1919.

Farm ers T ru st C om pany op S outh old,

Aug. 25, 1919.

N e w R o c h e l l e C o o p e r a t iv e B u il d in g & L o a n A s s n .




N. Y.
Location: Southold, Suffolk County, N. Y.
Capital: $100,000.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
Incorporators: Thomas Farlen, Southold, N. Y.
John Kenny, Southold, N. Y.
Dr. John W. Stokes, Southold, N. Y.
Edward D. Cahoon, Southold, N. Y.
Alfred H. Cosden, Southold, N. Y.
Dr. Joseph H. Marshall, Southold, N. Y.
George H. Terry, Peconic, L. I.
Thomas J. Phillips, Southold, L. I.
Lewis W. Korn, Southold, L. I.
Dr. Frank D. Peterson, Cutchogue, L. I.
John L. Kahler, Greenport, L. I.
Edwin D. Tuthill, Greenport, L. I.
Chessman W. Thom, Greenport, L. I.
Edward S. Edwards, Orient, L. I.
Richard C. Addy, 582 Green avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Percy Douglas, Orient, L. I.

Location: 85 Division street, New Rochelle, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location of the office of the New Rochelle Co-op*
erative Building and Loan Association, on or after August 26th, 1919, from
No. 85 Division street, New Rochelle, N. Y., to No. 230 Huguenot street,
in the same city.

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101

E x a m in e r

Mr. Joseph H. Zweeres, of 1132 Third street, Rensselaer, N. Y., appointed from
the eligible Civil Service list an examiner in the State Banking Department
at a compensation of eight dollars per day, when actually employed, and
railroad fare.
Aug. 25, 1919.

A p p o in t m e n t

B ank E

of

x a m in e r

Mr. Milton L. Masson, of 616 West 207th street, New York, N. Y., appointed
from the eligible Civil Service list an examiner in the State Banking Depart­
ment at a compensation of eight dollars per day, when actually employed,
and railroad fare.
Aug. 26, 1919.

R e s ig n a t io n

B ank

of

E x a m in e r

Resignation of Mr. Benjamin Fairbanks, Jr., an examiner in the State Banking
Department, tendered and accepted to take effect on September 1, 1919.
Aug. 27, 1919.

G u a r d ia n

T ru st

C om pany

Location: New York, N. Y.
Certified copy of order of the Supreme Court held in and for the county of New
York at the Court House thereof in the borough of Manhattan, city of New
York on the 25th day of August, 1919, declaring the Guardian Trust Company,
of New York, dissolved and its corporate existence terminated, filed in the
State Banking Department.
Aug. 28, 1919.

M u n ic ip a l B a n k

Location: 1783 Pitkin avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Capital: $200,000. Surplus: $100,000.
Authorization certificate issued.
Aug. 28, 1919.

Aug. 28, 1919.

S. L e s n i a k , P r i v a t e B a n k e r
Location: 520 East Sixth street, New York, N. Y.
Permanent capital: $12,500.
Verified certificate executed by Theophile S. Lesniak applying for authorization
to engage in business as a private banker refused.

T h e o p h il e

P u b l ic

C r e d it

C o r p o r a t io n

Location: New York, N. Y.
Approval given to an increase of the capital stock of the Public Credit Cor­
poration from $100,000 to $150,000.

STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTMENT
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914
A l b a n y , N. Y., S e p t e m b e r 5, 1919
Aug. 29, 1919.

A p p o in t m e n t

of

B ank

E x a m in e r

Mr. Benedetto A. Palumbo, of New York city, appointed by the Superintendent
of Banks, from the eligible Civil Service list, an examiner in the State Banking
Department, at a compensation of eight dollars per day, when actually
employed, and railroad fare.
Aug. 30, 1919.

A s ia B a n k in g

C o r p o r a t io n

Location: 35 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to an increase of the capital stock of the Asia Banking Cor­
poration from $2,000,000 to $4,000,000.
Sept. 3, 1919. T h e S t a t e B a n k
Location: Nos. 376-378 Grand street, New York, N. Y.
Application made by The State Bank for permission to open and occupy a
branch office at the southwest corner of Fifth avenue and Thirtieth street,
in the borough of Manhattan and city of New York.




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R eport

o n

B a n k s

o f

D e p o s it

a n d

D is c o u n t

Sept. 3, 1919. P e o p le s B a n k of E v a n s M il ls
Location: Evans Mills, Jefferson county, N. Y.
Capital: $50,000. Surplus: $10,000.
Authorization certificate issued.
Sept. 3, 1919. T he St a t e B a n k
Location: Nos. 376-378 Grand street, New York, N. Y.
The State Bank authorized to open and occupy a branch office of that institution,
on or after December 1, 1919, at the southwest corner of Fifth avenue and
Thirtieth street, in the borough of Manhattan and city of New York, con­
ditioned upon the closing of the branch office heretofore maintained by said
institution at No. 7 West Twenty-sixth street, in the same borough and city.
Sept. 3,1919.

R e s ig n a t io n

of

St e n o g r a p h e r

The resignation of Miss Doris Weinstein, a stenographer employed in the branch
office of this department, 61 Broadway, New York city, tendered and accepted
to take effect immediately.

STATE OF NEW Y O R K , BANKING DEPARTM ENT
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914
A l b a n y , N. Y., S e p t e m b e r 12, 1919
Sept. 5, 1919. B r o n x C r e d it U n io n
Location: 949 Avenue St. John, Bronx, N. Y.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.

Sept. 6, 1919.

R e s ig n a t io n

of

B a n k E x a m in e r

Resignation of Mr. Arthur J. Van Pelt, an examiner in the State Banking Depart­
ment, tendered and accepted to take effect as of the close of business on
September 13, 1919.

Sept. 8,1919.

T he

P rogress B a n k

of

N ew

Y ork

Location: 119 Avenue A, New York, N. Y.
Capital: $200,000. Surplus: $40,000.
Authorization certificate issued.
Sept. 9,1919.

M anufacturers

and

E m ployees

M ortgage

C o r p o r a t io n

Location: Gluck Building, Niagara Falls, N. Y.
Authorization certificate issued.
Capital: $200,000. Surplus: $50,000.
Sept. 9, 1919.

A p p o in t m e n t o f

St e n o g r a p h e r

Miss Elsie Blume, of 65 East 110th street, New York, N. Y., appointed from
the eligible Civil Service list a stenographer in the branch office of this depart­
ment, 61 Broadway, New York city, at a compensation of $900 per annum.
Sept. 10,1919.

M ohaw k

V alley

I n vestm en t

C o r p o r a t io n

Location: 98 Utica City National Bank Building, Utica, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location of the place of business of the Mohawk
Valley Investment Corporation, on or after September 11, 1919, from No. 9$
Utica City National Bank Building, to No. 225 Genesee street, in the same
city.
Sept. 11,1919.

C it iz e n s




Bank

of

C ape

V in c e n t

Location: Cape Vincent, Jefferson county, N. Y.
Capital: $50,000. Surplus: $10,000.
Authorization certificate issued.

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Sept. 12, 1919.

B l o o m in g d a l e

B r o s ., P r i v a t e

B u l l e t in s

103

B ankers

Location: Sixtieth street, near Lexington avenue, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to *n increase of the permanent capital invested in the private
banking business conducted by Samuel I. Bloomingdale, Hiram C. Bloomingdale and Irving I. Bloomingdale, under the name “ Bloomingdale Bros.
Private Bankers ” from $200,000 to $300,000.

STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTM ENT
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914
A l b a n y , N. Y., S e p t e m b e r 19, 1919.
Sept. 15, 1919.

Call

R eports

fob

The Superintendent of Banks issued a call for the reports of banks, trust com­
panies and private bankers, the close of business on Friday, September 12,
1919, being designated as the day with reference to which such report should
be made.
Sept. 15, 1919.

F ulton

C o o p e r a t iv e

B u il d in g

&

L oan

A s s o c ia t io n

Location: 106 Seventh avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location of the office of the Fulton Cooperative
Building and Loan Association, of Brooklyn, N. Y., from 106 Seventh avenue,
in the borough of Brooklyn and city of New York to No. 177 Berkeley place,
in the same borough and city, such change of location to become effective
on or after September 16, 1919.
Sept. 15, 1919.

N orth

H em pstead

S a v in g s

&

L oan

A s s o c ia t io n

Location: Port Washington, N. Y.
Authorization certificate issued.
Sept. 16, 1919.

T he

B ank

of

C h osen

L o c a t io n : S e o u l (K o r e a ), Japan .

Superintendent of Banks issued a license to The Bank of Chosen, the principal
office of which is located in the city of Seoul (Korea) in the Empire of Japan,
permitting it to maintain an agency in this State at No. 120 Broadway in
the borough of Manhattan and city of New York.
Sept. 17, 1919.

G eneral

M otors A cceptan ce

C o r p o r a t io n

Location: 1764 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Application made by the General Motors Acceptance Corporation for approval
of the opening anld maintenance of a branch office of that institution in the
building known as Nos. 1731-1737 Broadway, in the borough of Manhattan
and city of New York.
Sept. 17, 1919.

A l l ia n c e

B ank

Location: Rochester, N. Y.
Approval given to an increase of the capital stock of the Alliance Bank, of
Rochester, N. Y. from $500,000 to $1,000,000.

Sept. 17,1919.




T he

St a t e

B ank

of

S h o r t s v il l e

Location: Shortsville, N. Y.
Capital: $30,000.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
Incorporators: Ward H. Preston,
Howard D. Aldrich,
Wendell K. Bushnell,
Thos. F. Gilligan,
Willis C. Ellis,
George W. Hamlin,
John H. Pratt,
Edgar D. Mather,
Benjamin W. Slocum.

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R eport

o n

B a n k s

o f

D e p o s it

a n d

D is c o u n t

17, 1919. G e n e r a l M o t o r s A c c e p t a n c e C o r p o r a t io n
Location: 1764 Broadway, New York, N. Y.

Application made by the General Motors Acceptance Corporation for approval
of the opening of a branch office at No. 435 Woodward avenue, in the city
of Detroit, Michigan, conditioned upon the closing of the branch office hereto­
fore maintained by that institution at No. 88 East Congress street, in the
same city..
Sept. 1 8 ,1 9 1 9 .

G eneral

C o m m e r c ia l

S e c u r it ie s

C o r p o r a t io n

Location: Nos. 25-26 Triangle Building, Rochester, N. Y.
Capital: $200,000. Surplus: $25,000.
Authorization certificate issued.

Sept. 18,1919.

G eneral

M otors A c ceptan ce

C o r p o r a t io n

Location: 1764 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to the opening and maintenance of a branch office by the General
Motors Acceptance Corporation, on or after September 20, 1919, at No. 435
Woodward avenue, in the city of Detroit, Michigan, conditioned upon the
closing of the branch office heretofore maintained by said corporation a t
No. 88 East Congress street, in the same city, at or before the opening of said
new branch office.

STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTM ENT
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914
A lbany,

N. Y.,

Se p t e m b e r

26, 1919

Sept. 19, 1919. C. C a p p e l l i n o & S o n s , P r i v a t e B a n k e r s
Location: 157 Court street, Buffalo, N. Y.
Verified certificate executed by Calegero Cappellino, Salvatore Cappellino and
Frank John Cappellino applying for authorization to engage in business as
private bankers, under the name “ C. Cappellino & Sons,” filed for examination
in the State Banking Department.
Sept. 19,1919.

R euben

F e ig e n b a u m , P r iv a t e

B anker

Location: 270 East Houston street, New York, N. Y.
Verified certificate executed by Reuben Feigenbaum applying for authorization
to engage in business as a private banker, filed for examination in the State
Banking Department.
Sept. 19, 1919.

E lm h u rst

S a v in g s a n d

L oan

A s s o c ia t io n

Location: Elmhurst, Queens Co., N. Y.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department,
Joseph B. Auerbach,
Incorporators: Carl Kaufmann,
Ernest Hermanns,
Daniel Frank,
Louis Kerner,
George F. Sinram,
John Seaman,
Wade H. Spelshouse,
Samuel Sternberg,
John Galan,
Moise Hirsch,
George F. Sinram,
Nathan Rothman,
Henry Krakoff,
Morris P. Kerner.
Milton Jacobs,
Sept. 19,1919.




F o r e ig n

C r e d it

C o r p o r a t io n

Location: 37 Liberty street, New York, N. Y.
Capital: $5,000,000. Surplus: $1,000,000.
Authorization certificate issued.

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Sept. 19,1919.

G laser

M e r c a n t il e

C r e d it

B u l l e t in s

105

U n io n

Location: 22 East 34th street, New York, N. Y.
Authorization certificate issued.
Sept. 22, 1919.

C orn E xchange

B ank

Location: William and Beaver streets, New York, N. Y.
Application made by the Corn Exchange Bank of New York, N. Y., for per­
mission to open and occupy a branch office at the Junction of Park Row and
Worth street, being numbered 196 and 198 Park Row and 200-202 Worth
street, in the borough of Manhattan and city of New York.
Sept. 22, 1919. W e st E n d B a n k of B r o o k l y n
Location: Brooklyn, N. Y.
Capital: $200,000.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
Incorporators: Solomon Fromm, 8415 Bay Parkway, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Peter Rinelli, 8312 19th avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Selden I. Rainforth, 86th street and Bay Parkway, Brooklyn,
N. Y.
Leo D. Greenfield, 143 Bay 31st street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Israel Frankenstein, Bay 28th street and Cropsey avenue,
Brooklyn.
Jessie H. Wasserman, 100 Bay 29th street, Brooklyn, N. Y,
Sept. 22,1919.

C orn

E xchange

B ank

Location: William and Beaver street, New York, N. Y.
The Corn Exchange Bank, authorized to open and oocupy a branch office, on or
after September 24, 1919, at Nos. 196-198 Park Row and Nos. 200-202 Worth
street, in the borough of Manhattan and city of New York.
Sept. 24, 1919. G e n e r a l M o t o rs A c c e p t a n c e C o r p o r a t io n
Location: 1764 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
General Motors Acceptance Corporation authorized to open and occupy a branch
office, on or after September 25, 1919, at Nos. 1731-1737 Broadway, in the
borough of Manhattan and city of New York.
Sept.

22,

1919.

B ank

of

C oney

Islan d

Location: Coney Island, N. Y.
Application made by the Bank of Coney Island for permission to open and
occupy a branch office on the northeast cornet of Surf avenue and West Bay
25th street, Coney Island, N. Y.
Sept. 25, 1919.

O r b a c h , F a y b ik

&

M o l it o r is , P r iv a t e

B ankers

Location: 166 Avenue A, New York, N. Y.
Capital: $20,000. Surplus: $5,000.
Authorization certificate issued.
Sept. 25, 1919. R e u b e n F e ig e n b a u m
Location: 270 East Houston street, New York, N. Y.
Verified certificate executed by Reuben Feigenbaum applying for authorization
to engage in business as a private banker, refused.
Sept. 25, 1919.




A p p o in t m e n t

of

B ank

E x a m in e r

Mr. Arthur B. Vogel, of 224 East 41st street, New York, N. Y., appointed
from the eligible Civil Service list, an examiner in the State Banking Depart­
ment, at a compensation of eight dollars per day, when actually employed,
and railroad fare.

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R eport

Sept. 26, 1919.

B ank

of

o n

B a n k s

o f

D e p o s it

a n d

D is c o u n t

C laren ce

Location: Clarence, Erie Co., N. Y.
Capital: $25,000.
Organization certificate filed for examinationrin*the State Banking Department.
Incorporators: Millard P. Ryley,
Henry J. Auer,
Henry W. Pottle,
Frank Gibbons,
Milton R. Lewis,
Charles P. Wolverton,
Austin*D JM . Gibson.

STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTM ENT
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914
A l b a n y , N. Y., O c t o b e r 3, 1919
Sept. 26, 1919.

A m e r ic a n

T ru st

C om pany

Location: 135 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Application made by the American Trust Company, New York, N. Y., for
permission to open and occupy a branch office at each of the following locations
in the borough of Queens and city of New York.
375 Fulton street, Jamaica, N. Y.
New York & Queens Electric Light and Power Company Building, Long Island
city.
Sept. 29,1919.

E astern

D is t r ic t S a v in g s B a n k

of

the

C it y

of

B rooklyn

Location: 1024-1026 Gates avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
“ The Brooklyn Daily Eagle ” and the “ Standard Union,” two newspapers
published in the county of Kings, designated as the newspapers in which t o
publish presentation of petition to change the name “ Eastern District Savings
Bank of the City of Brooklyn ” to " Roosevelt Savings Bank of the City of
New York.”
Sept. 30, 1919.

A m e r ic a n

T ru st

C om pany

Location: 135 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to the opening and maintenance of a branch office by the American
Trust Company at each of the following locations.
375 Fulton street, Jamaica, N. Y.
New York & Queens Electric Light & Power Company Building, Bridge Plaza
North, Long Island City, N. Y.
Sept. 30, 1919. F a y e t t e v il l e C o m m e r c ia l B a n k
Location: Fayetteville, Erie Co., N. Y.
Capital: $25,000. Surplus: $5,000.
Authorization certificate issued.
Oct.

1, 1919.

F ran cesco

M a r ia

F e r r a r i, P r iv a t e

B anker

Location: 586 Morris avenue, Bronx, N. Y.
Verified certificate executed by Francesco Maria Ferrari applying for
authorization to engage in business as a private banker, filed for examination
in the State Banking Department.

Oct.

1, 1919. E

ast

S id e

B ank

Location: 1438 East Falls street, Niagara Falls, N. Y.
Capital: $100,000. Surplus: $25,000.
Authorization certificate issued.

Oct.

2 ,1 9 1 9 . A. & S. K a l j i k i a n , P r iv a t e B a n k e r s




Location: 99 Lexington avenue, New York, N. Y.
Verified certificate executed by Avedis B. Keljikian and Sarkis B. Keljikian
applying for authorization to engage in business as private bankers, refused.

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Oct.

2, 1919.

K in g s C o u n t y

C r e d it

B u l l e t in s

107

U n io n

Location: 52 Tompkins avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location of the office of the Kings County Credit
Union from No. 52 Tompkins avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y., to No. 105 Montrose
avenue, in the same city.

STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTM ENT
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914
A l b a n y , N. Y., O c t o b e r 10, 1919
Oct.

3, 1919. S t a t e B a n k of E a s t S y r a c u s e

Location: East Syracuse, N. Y.
Capital: $50,000. Surplus: $50,000.
Authorization certificate issued.
Oct.

3, 1919.

R e v o c a t io n

of

A u t h o r iz a t io n

C e r t if ic a t e

Authorization certificate issued on the twenty-eighth day of July, 1914, to
Vincenzo De Luca, to transact business as a private banker at No. 186 Grand
street, in the borough of Manhattan and city of New York, revoked.
Oct.

8, 1919.

C o n t in e n t a l

G uaranty

C o r p o r a t io n

Location: 248 Madison avenue, New York, N. Y.
Application made by the Continental Guaranty Corporation, the principal
office of which is located at No. 248 Madison avenue, New York, for per­
mission to open and occupy a branch office in the city of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Oct.

8, 1919.

C o n t in e n t a l G u a r a n t y

C o r p o r a t io n

Location: 248 Madison avenue, New York, N. Y.
The Continental Guaranty Corporation, of New York authorized to open and
occupy a branch office, on or after October 13, 1919, in the city of Pitts­
burgh, Pa.
Oct.

9, 1919.

B ank

of

H u n t in g t o n

Location: Huntington, N. Y.
Approval given to an increase of the capital stock of the Bank of Huntington,
of Huntington, N. Y., from $30,000 to $100,000.
Oct.

9, 1919.

S p r in g w a t e r

St a t e

B ank

Location: Springwater, N. Y.
Capital: $25,000.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
Incorporators: William Wesley Boies,
Sheldon E. Robinson,
Louis J. Hyde,
Aubrey A. Haynes,
Clare B. Allen,
Albert W. Howe,
Ebenezer Robinson,
Charles Schwab,
Perry C. Euchner,
Edward F. Doty,
James W. Wadsworth.
Oct.

9, 1919.

B rocton

B u il d in g , Sa v in g s a n d

L oan

A s s o c ia t io n

Location: Brocton, N. Y.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
Oct.

9, 1919. E a s t e r n D is t r ic t Sa v in g s B a n k of t h e C it y of B r o o k l y n




Location: 1024-1026 Gates avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Approval given to petition for change of name of the “ Eastern District Savings
Bank of the City of Brooklyn,” to “ Roosevelt Savings Bank of the City of
New York.”

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B an k s

o n

o f

D e p o s it

a n d

D is c o u n t

STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTM ENT
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914
A l b a n y , N. Y., O c t o b e r 17, 1919
Oct. 10,1919.

B ank

C oney

op

I slan d

Location: Surf avenue, Coney Island N. Y.
Approval given to the opening and maintenance of a branch office by the Bank
of Coney Island at the northeast corner of Surf avenue and West Bay 25th
street. Coney Island N. Y.
Oct. 10 1919.

A p p o in t m e n t o f

B ank

E x a m in e r

Mr. Charles E. Nathaway of 312 Ash street Syracuse N. Y. appointed from
the eligible Civil Service list an Examiner in the State Banking Department
at a compensation of eight dollars per day, when actually employed, and
railroad fare.
Oct. 14,1919.

B rocton

B u il d in g , S a v in g s

and

L oan

A s s o c ia t io n

Location: Brocton, Chautauqua Co., N. Y.
Authorization certificate issued.
Oct. 14,1919.

S e c u r it y

C r e d it

U n io n

Location: 81 Stanton street, New York, N. Y.
Authorization certificate issued.
Oct, 14, 1919.

F ran cesco

M a r ia

F e r r a r i, P r iv a t e

B anker

2112 Second avenue, New York, N. Y.
Verified certificate executed by Francesco Maria Ferrari applying for authori­
zation to engage in business as a private banker at 586 Morris avenue, Bronx,
N. Y., refused.
Oct. 15, 1919.

U n it e d

C r e d it

U n io n

Location: 250 East 67th street, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location of the place of business of the United
Credit Union on or after October 16, 1919, from No. 250 East 67th street,
in the borough of Manhattan and city of New York, to No. 2228 Amsterdam
avenue, in the same borough and city.
Oct. 16,1919.

B ank

op

W aterford

Location: Waterford, N. Y.
Capital: $50,000. Surplus: $10,000.
Authorization certificate issued.
Incorporators: Charles H. Kavanaugh,
Frederick W. Kavanaugh
William A. Tierney,
Edward Strecker,
Harold W. Turner,
Joseph C. Bleibtrey,
Henry I. Prankard,
P. Augustine Dunn,
Oct. 16, 1919.

E lm h u rst

S a v in g s

and

L oan

George N. Michon,
Charles L. Mitchell,
Arthur B. Cobden,
Edward L. Orth,
Louis R. Breslin,
Roland H. Stubb3,
Frederick W. Pomeroy,
Harry R. Davidson.

A s s o c ia t io n

Location: Elmhurst, Queens Co., N. Y.
Authorization certificate issued.
Oct. 16, 1919.




John

N em eth

St a t e

B ank

Location: 10 East 22d street, New York, N. Y.
Application made by the John Nemeth State Bank for permission to open and
occupy a branch office at No. 1597 Second avenue, in the borough of Manhattan
and city of New York.

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O ct.

16, 1919.

State

B ank

E ast

of

B u l l e t in s

109

Sy racu se

Location: East Syracuse, N. Y.
Approval given to petition for authority to change the name of the “ State
Bank of East Syracuse,” to “ Bank of East Syracuse ” and the " PostStandard,” a newspaper published in the city of Syracuse, county of Onondaga,
designated as the newspaper in which to publish presentation of the petition
as required by the provisions of section 62 of the General Corporation Law.
Oct. 1 6 ,1 9 1 9 . R e v o c a t io n o f A u t h o r iz a t io n C e r t if ic a t e
5
!
Authorization certificate issued by the Superintendent of Banks on January 6,
1917, to David C. Goodman to transact business as a private bataker at No.
61 Broadway, in the borough of Manhattan and city of New York, revoked.
Oct. 16, 1919.

John

N em eth

State

B ank

Location: 10 East 22d street, New York, N. Y.
John Nemeth State Bank authorized to open and maintain a branch offioe,
on R a fte r October 18, 1919, at No. 1597 Second avenue, in the borough of
Manhattan and city of New York.
Oct. 16, 1919.

R e v o c a t io n

A u t h o r iz a t io n

of

C e r t if ic a t e

Authorization certificate issued by the Superintendent of Banks, on April 10,
1916, to Morris B. Goldberger, to transact business as a private banker at
No. 75 Clarkson street, in the borough of Manhattan and city of New York,
revoked.

STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTM ENT
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914
A l b a n y , N. Y . , O c t o b e r 24, 1919
Oct. 21, 1919.

A lexander

B o r o s s , P r iv a t e

B anker

Location: 60 Niagara street, Buffalo, N. Y.
Permanent capital: $15,000.
Verified certificate executed by Alexander Boross, of Depew, N. Y., applying
for authorization to engage in business as a private banker at 60 Niagara
street, in the city of Buffalo, N. Y., filed for examination in the State Banking
Department.
Oct. 21, 1919.

John

N em eth

Sta te

B ank

Location: 10 East 22d street, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to petition for change of name of the “ John Nemeth State Bank ”
to “ Nemeth State Bank,” and “ The Tribune ” and “ The Sun,” two news­
papers published in the city of New York, designated as the newspapers in
which to publish notice of the presentation of such petition as required by
the provisions of section 62 of the General Corporation Law.
Oct. 23, 1919. G. H i l m e r L u n d b e c k , P r i v a t e B a n k e r
Location: 24 State street, New York, N. Y.
Permament capital: $50,000.
Verified certificate executed by G. Hilmer Lundbeck, of 363 Sterling place,
Brooklyn, N. Y., applying for authorization to engage in business as a private
banker at 24 State street, in the borough of Manhattan and city of New York,
filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
Oct. 23,1919.

B ronx

C r e d it

U n io n

Location: 949 Avenue St. John, Bronx, N. Y.
Authorization certificate issued.
Oct. 24,1919.




R e s ig n a t io n

of

St e n o g r a p h e r

The resignation of Miss Elizabeth S. Van Vranken, a stenographer employed
at the branch office of this department, in New York city, tendered and accepted
to take effect October 25, 1919.

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STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTM ENT
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914
A l b a n y , N. Y., O c t o b e r 31, 1919.
Oct. 24,1919.

A m h erst

Oct. 24,1919.

I n d u s t r ia l B a n k

S a v in g s & L o a n A s s o c ia t io n
Location: Buffalo, N. Y.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.

of

N ew

Y ork

Location: New York, N. Y.
Capital: $1,000,000.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
Incorporators: Bertram H. Borden,
Frank N. B. Close,
Rich»Jsl L. Davisson,
Williams Cochran,
John ^ etcher’ Farrell,
Philip De Ronde,
Arthur Iselin,
Thomas Hildt,
Percy H. Johnston,
Frederic A. Julliard,
Darwin P. Kingsley,
Charles M. Macfarlane,
Paul Moore,
Perley H. Noyes,
Richard E. Reeves,
Samuel W. Reyburn,
Paul Sturtevant,
Frank Morse Smith,
Everett B. Sweezy,
Melvin A. Traylor,
Stephen H. Tyng,
Royall Victor,
Malcolm D. Whitman,
George Whitney,
John J. Watson, Jr.,
Ridley Watts,
Donald G. Geddes,
Thomas B. Yuille.
Oct. 24,1919.

N o r t h - W e s t e r n T r u s t a n d S a v in g s B a n k

Location: Chicago, 111.
Superintendent of Banks issued a license to the North-Western Trust and Savings
Bank, of Chicago, 111., authorizing it to maintain an agency in this State
at No. 130 East Seventh street, in the borough of Manhattan and city oi

New York.
Oct. 25,1919.

F a rm ers T ru st C o m pan y of So u th o ld ,

N. Y.

Location: Southold, N. Y.
Organization certificate refused.
Oct. 27,1919.

C o b l e s k il l S a v in g s a n d L o a n A s s o c ia t io n

Location: Cobleskill, N. Y.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
Oct. 27,1919.

C o b l e s k il l S a v in g s a n d L o a n A s s o c ia t io n

Location: Cobleskill, N. Y.
Authorization certificate issued.
Oct. 2 8 ,1 9 1 9 . T h e W a d d i n g t o n B a n k
Location: Waddington, St. Lawrence Co., N. Y.
Capital: $25,000. Surplus: $6,250.
Authorization certificate issued.
Incorporators: Dr. Fred A. Sweet,
Bert S. Crapser,
Bernard Nowland,
William A. Daniels,
William J. McKay,
Chesley W. Hanes,
William J. Palmer.
Oct. 29, 1919.




P a r k s id e S a v in g s a n d L o a n A s s o c ia t io n

Location: Buffalo, N. Y.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.

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Miss Katherine P. Arundell transferred from the position of stenographer in
the Department of Architecture to the position of stenographer in the New
York office of the State Banking Department, at a compensation of $1,500
per annum, the appointment to become effective on November 1, 1919.
Oct. 30, 1919.

G u a r a n t e e C r e d it U n io n

Location: 364 Hopkinson avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
Oct. 30, 1919.

B recher

Oct. 31, 1919.

C o r n E x c h a n g e S a f e D e p o s it C o m p a n y

& H e il p e r n , P r iv a t e B a n k e r s
Location: 36 avenue “ C ” , New York, N. Y.
Permanent capital: $25,000.
Verifiedjcertificate executed by Joseph Brecher and Isaac Heilpern, applying
for spdiorization to engage in business as private bankers, at No. 36 avenue
“ Cjf in the borough of Manhattan and city of New York, filed for examination
in tfpb State Banking Department.

Location: William and Beaver streets, New York, N. Y.
Application made by the Corn Exchange Safe Deposit Company, the principal
office of which is located at the corner of William and Beaver streets, in the
borough of Manhattan and city of New York, for permission to open and occupy
a branch office in the building now occupied by the Eleventh Ward Branch
of the Corn Exchange Bank, located at the corner of avenue “ D ” and East
Tenth street, in the same borough and city.

STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTM ENT
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914
A lbany, N .

Nov. 5, 1919.

Y.,

N ovem ber

7, 1919

C o s m o p o l it a n P e r s o n a l L o a n C o m p a n y

Location: 481 Main street, Buffalo, N. Y.
Capital: $30,000.
Authorization certificate issued.
Incorporators: Mrs. Leah Cantor, 703 East 5th street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Mrs. Jennie Angel, 530 East 9th street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Benjamin Morris, 497 6th avenue, New York, N. Y.
Samuel Weithorn, 261 Georgia street, Buffalo, N. Y.
DeMerle E. Hart, 242 Grant street, Buffalo, N. Y.
Nov. 5, 1919.

C o h n E x c h a n g e S a f e D e p o s it C o m p a n y

Location: William and Beaver streets, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to the opening and maintenance of a branch office by the Corn
Exchange Safe Deposit Company, on or after November 7th, 1919, at the
corner of avenue “ D ” and East Tenth street, in the borough of Manhattan
and city of New York.
Nov.

6 , 1919. I n t e r n a t i o n a l C r e d i t U n i o n

Location: 494 Claremont parkway, Bronx, N. Y.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.




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Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914
A lbany, N .

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Y .,

N ovember

14, 1919

6 , 1919. R e s i g n a t i o n o f B a n k E x a m i n e r

The resignation of Mr. Gilbert R. Hendrickson, an examiner.in the State Banking
Department, tendered and accepted to take effect November 12, 1919.
Nov.

8 , 1919. K i n g s t o n T r u s t C o m p a n y

Location: Kingston, N. Y.
Approval given to an increase of the capital stock qithe Kingston Trust Com­
pany, of Kingston, N. Y., from $150,000 to S2oi^v)0.
N ov.

7, 1919. C o n t in e n t a l G u a r a n t y C o r p o r a t io n

Location: 248 Madison avenue, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to an increase of the capital stock of the Continental Guaranty
Corporation, New York, N. Y., from $2,000,000 to $3,000,000.
Nov.

8 , 1919. S t a t e B a n k o f E n d i c o t t

Location: Endicott, Broome Co., N. Y.
Capital: $50,000. Surplus: $10,000.
Authorization certificate issued.
Nov. 11, 1919.

D u n k ir k T r u st C o m pa n y

Location: Dunkirk, Chautauqua Co., N. Y.
Capital: $250,000.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department,
Incorporators: Arthur H. Hunter,
Roland Lord O’Brian,
Brodie G. Higley,
Elton D. Warner,
Harry C. Hequembourg,
Adolph Weinberg,
David S. Wright,
Thomas J. Cummings,
John J. Murphy,
Henry K. Williams,
Francis S. Stegelske.
Nov. 13,1919.

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R. F a y & S o n s , P r iv a t e B a n k e r s
Location: 72 Genesee street, Auburn, N. Y.
Permanent capital: $100,000.
Affidavit of Edwin R. Fay, Fred H. Fay and Charles R. Fay, transacting business
under the name “ Edwin R. Fay & Sons,” private bankers, claiming partial
exemption, filed for examination in the State Banking Department.

Nov. 13, 1919.

N a t h a n F r a n k ’s S o n s , P r iv a t e B a n k e r s

Location: 46 Ford street, Ogdensburg, N. Y.
Permanent capital: $25,000.
Affidavit executed by Julius Frank and Leo Frank, transacting business under
the name “ Nathan Frank’s Sons,” private bankers, claiming partial exemption,
filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
Nov. 13, 1919.




F r e d ’k R o b e r t s o n & C o m p a n y , P r iv a t e B a n k e r s

Location: 94 Webster street, North Tonawanda, N. Y .
Permanent capital: $50,000.
Affidavit executed by Frederick Robertson and William W. Robertson, trans­
acting business under the name “ Fred’k Robertson & Co.,” private bankers,
claiming partial exemption, filed for examination in the State Banking
Department.

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Locatin' • ' T York, N. 1 .
ew
Application made by the President and Directors of the Manhattan Company,
New York, N. Y., for approval of the opening of branch offices of that insti­
tution at the following locations:
359 Fulton street, Jamaica, N. Y .
82 Main street, Flushing, N. Y.
5 Skillman place, Long Island City
Corner of Cornaga and Beach 20th street, Far Rockaway
Corner of Boulevard and Beach 80th street, Rockaway Beach
Corner of Boulevard and Beach 104th street, Seaside
Corner of Jamiaca avenue and 115th street, Richmond Hill
Corner of Broadway and Laurel Hill Boulevard, Elmhurst
Corner of 46th street and Sackett street, Corona
Corner of 13th street and Fourth avenue, College Point
Corner of Jamaica avenue and Forest parkway, Woodhaven
Corner of Myrtle avenue and Seneca avenue, Ridgewood
804 Fresh Pond road, Ridgewood
Nov. 13, 1919.

P r e s id e n t a n d D ir e c t o r s o f t h e M a n h a t t a n C o m p a n y

Location: 40 Wall street, New York, N.

Y .

B a n k of L ong I slan d

Location: 359 Fulton street, Jamaica, N. Y.
Approval given to the merger of the Bank of Long Island, located at Jamaica,
N. Y., into the President and Directors of the Manhattan Company, of
New York, N. Y.
Nov. 14,1919.

H e l a n d e r & N e k t o n , P r iv a t e B a n k e r s

Location: 233 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Permanent captial: $50,000.
Verified certificate executed by Reinhold Salathiel Helander and Toivo Herman
Nekton, applying for authorization to engage in business as private bankers,
under the name “ Helander and Nekton ” filed for examination in the State
Banking Department.

STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTMENT
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914
A lban y, N .

Nov. 17,1919.

Y.,

N ovem ber

21, 1919

M a d is o n A v e n u e C r e d it U n io n

Location: 921 Madison avenue, New York, N. Y.
Affidavit filed in the State Banking Department, executed by the two principal
officers of the Madison Avenue Credit Union, to the effect that all general
creditors and shareholders of that corporation have been paid in full, that it
has neither assets nor liabilities, officers or directors and that there are no
outstanding obligations against it.
Nov. 17,1919.

C all for R eports

Superintendent of Banks issued a call for quarterly reports by banks, trust
companies and private bankers, the close of business on Wednesday, November
12th, 1919, being designated as the day with reference to which such reports
shall be made.
Nov. 17,1919.




C . C a p p e l l in o & S o n s , P r iv a t e B a n k e r s

Location: 157 Court street, Buffalo, N. Y.
Verified certificate executed by Calegero Cappellino, Salvatore Cappellino and
Frank John Cappellino, applying for authorization to engage in business as
private bankers, under the firm name or style of “ C. Cappellino & Sons ”
at 157 Court street, Buffalo, N. Y., refused.

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Nov. 18, 1919. W m. H. S e w a r d & C o m p a n y , P r i v a t e B a n k e r s
Location: 96 Genesee street, Auburn, N. Y.
Permanent capital: $100,000.
Affidavit executed by William H. Seward and William H. Seward, Jr., private
bankers, claiming partial exemption and transacting business under the name
“ Wm. H. Seward & Co.,” filed for examination in the State Banking
Department.
Nov. 18,1919.

N athan

J. P a c k a r d , P r i v a t e B a n k e r
Location: No. 1 Wall street, New York, N. Y.
Permanent capital $100,000.
Affidavit executed by Nathan J. Packard, a private banker, claiming partial
exemption, transacting business under the firm name or style of “ Packard &
Company ” at No. 1 Wall street, in the borough of Manhattan and city of
New York, filed for examination in the State Banking Department.

Nov. 18, 1919.

T h e S h a w m u t C o r p o r a t io n o f B o s t o n

Location: Boston, Mass.
License issued to The Shawmut Corporation, of Boston, authorizing it to maintain
an agency in this State at No. 65 Broadway, in the borough of Manhattan and
city of New York.
Nov. 19. 1919.

H e m p s t e a d C o - o p e r a t iv e B u il d in g a n d L o a n A s s n .

Location: First National Bank Building, Hempstead, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location of the office of the Hempstead Co-op­
erative Building an,d Loan Association, from The First National Bank Building,
to The Second National Bank Building, Hempstead, N. Y., such change of
location to become effective on or after November 20, 1919.
N o v . 20, 1919. R

o t h s c h il d

B r o s. & C om pany

Location: East State & S. Tioga streets, Ithaca, N. Y.
Permanent capital: $25,000.
Verified certificate executed by Jacob Rothschild, Isaac Rothschild and Daniel
Rothschild, private bankers, claiming partial exemption, and transacting
business under the firm name or style “ Rothschild Bro3. & Co.,” Ithaca, N. Y.,
filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
Nov. 21,1919.

C it iz e n s B a n k o f C l y d e

Location: Clyde, Wayne Co., N. Y.
Capital: $50,000.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
Incorporators: Albert D. Collier,
Harry L. Smith,
George C. Watson,
Frank L. Waldorf,
Daniel P. Maloy,
Edward H. Glover,
Harry C. Bray,
Paul D. Collier,
Le Van R. Barnes,
George E. Brisbin,
Alfred S. Armstrong.
N ov. 20,1919.




A p p o in t m e n t o f B a n k E x a m in e r

Mr. Franklin W. Bright, of 105 West 76th street, New York, N. Y., appointed
from the eligible civil service list an examiner in the State Banking Depart­
ment, at a compensation of eight dollars per day, when actually employed,
and railroad fare, the appointment to become effective on Monday, December
1, 1919.

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STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTMENT
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 qf
the Laws of 1914
A l b a n y , N . Y ., N o v e m b e r 28, 1919

Nov. 21, 1919.

T h e A m e r ic a n B a n k

Location: Lackawanna, N. Y.
Capital: $100,000.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
Incorporators: Adolph Rosinski,
Frank Jurek,
Rudolph Zahorski,
Theodore Michalek,
Stephen J. Maricich,
Leon J. Nowak,
Maxwell M. No.wak,
Gregur Mekic,
John J. Sullivan,
Stanley J. Pawlowski.
Nov. 21, 1919.

F l u s h in g C o o p e r a t iv e S a v in g s & L o a n A s s o c ia t io n

Location: 20 Main street, Flushing, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location of the office of the Flushing Co-operative
Savings and Loan Association from No. 20 Main street, Flushing, N. Y., to
No. 33i Main street, Flushing, N. Y., the change to become effective on or
after November 22, 1919.
Nov. 22, 1919.

C it iz e n s C o m m e r c ia l T r u s t C o m p a n y

Location: Ellicott square, Buffalo, N. Y.
Application made by the Citizens Commercial Trust Company for approval of
the opening and maintenance of a branch office of that institution at No.
301 Triangle street, Buffalo, N. Y.
Nov. 22, 1919.

T h e M a r in e T r u s t C o m p a n y

Location: Marine Bank Building, Buffalo, N. Y.
Application made by The Marine Trust Company, of Buffalo, N. Y., for approval
of the opening of a branch office of that institution at No. 1423 Fillmore
avenue, Buffalo, N. Y.
Nov. 24, 1919. C it ize n s C o m m e r c ia l T r u s t C om pa n y
Location: Ellicott square, Buffalo, N. Y.
The Citizens Commercial Trust Company, of Buffalo, N. Y ., authorized to open
and occupy a branch office, on or after December 15, 1919. at No. 301 Triangle
street, in the city of Buffalo, N. Y.
Nov. 25, 1919.

H e l a n d e r & N e k t o n , P r iv a t e B a n k e r s

Location: 233 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Permanent capital: $50,000. Surplus: $15,000.
Authorization certificate issued to Reinhold Salathiel Helander and Toivo
Herman Nekton to engage in business as private bankers under the name
“ Helander & Nekton, Private Bankers.”
Nov. 25,1919.

J u l iu s J o s e p h s o n , P r iv a t e B a n k e r

Location: 1,783 Pitkin avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Approval given to a reduction in the permanent capital of Julius Josephson,
a private banker from $30,000 to $5,000.
Nov. 26, 1919.




& Co., P r i v a t e B a n k e r s
Location: 93 Nassau street, New York, N. Y.
Permanent capital: $100,000.
Verified certificate executed by Charles Frazier and Charles W. Frazier, private
bankers claiming partial exemption, and engaged in business under the name
“ Charles Frazier & Company, Private Bankers,” filed for examination in
the State Banking Department.

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Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914
A l b a n y , N. Y., D e c e m b e r 5, 1919
Nov. 28, 1919. A p po in t m e n t of E x a m in e r of S e c u r it ie s
Mr. George A. White, of Albany, N. Y., appointed by the State Comptroller and
the Superintendent of Banks to examine and receipt for the securities deposited
in the State Banking Department by the corporations and individuals under
its supervision, in accordance with the provisions of section 36 of the Banking
Law.
Nov. 28,

191 9 . G u a r a n t e e C r e d it U n io n

Location: 364 Hopkinson avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Authorization certificate issued.
Nov. 29, 1919. T he

M a r in e T r u s t C o m p a n y

Location: Marine Bank Building, Buffalo, N. Y.
The Marine Trust Company, the principal office of which is located in the Marine
Bank Building, Buffalo, N. Y., authorized to open and occupy a branch office
at No. 1,423 Fillmore avenue, in the same city, on or after January 1, 1920.
Dec.

Dec.

1,1919. Q. W. W e l l i n g t o n & C o.’s B a n k , P r i v a t e B a n k e r s
Location: Corner Market and Pine streets, Corning, N. Y.
Permanent capital: $100,000.
Affidavit executed by Quincy W. Wellington and Benjamin W. Wellington,
private bankers, claiming partial exemption and transacting business under
the firm name or style of “ Q. W. Wellington & Co.’s Bank,” filed for examina­
tion in the State Banking Department.
2, 1919. R o c h e st e r T r u s t & Sa f e D e p o s it C o m pany

Location: Rochester, N. Y.
Approval given to an increase of the capital stock of the Rochester Trust and
Safe Deposit Company from $500,000 to $1,000,000.
Dec.

3, 1919.

R is in g C r e d it U n io n

Location: 702 East 156th street, NewTYork, N. Y.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
D e c.

3, 1919. B a n k e r s T r u s t C om pa n y

Location: 16 Wall street, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to an increase of the capital stock of the Bankers Trust Company,
New York, N. Y „ from $15,000,000 to $20,000,000.
Dec.

3, 1919. B a n k of L a w r e n c e

Location: Lawrence, L. I.
Approval given to an increase of the capital stock of the Bank of Lawrence
frcm $50,000 to $100,000.
Dec.

4 , 1 9 1 9 . I n t e r n a t io n a l C r e d it U n io n

Location: 494 Claremont parkway, Bronx, New York, N. Y.
Authorization certificate issued.
Dec.

4, 1919.

F o o d D e a l e r s C r e d it U n io n

Location: 428 Hopkinson avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
D ec.

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M erch an ts P erson al L oan C om pan y

Location: 44 Court street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Certified copy of order granted at a Special Term Part 1 of the Supreme Court
held in and for the county of Kings, at the County Court House, Brooklyn
N. Y., on the 29th day of November, 1919, declaring the Merchants Personal
Loan Company dissolved and its corporate existence terminated, filed in the
State Banking Department.

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Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914
A lbany,

Dec.

N. Y.,

D ecem ber

12, 1919

5, 1919. St e d b e n T r u s t C o m pa n y

Location: Hornell, N. Y.
(Conversion of Bank of Steuben)
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department,
Dec.

5, 1919. E a st e b n D is t r ic t C r e d it U n io n

Location: 215 Havemeyer street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
Dec.

5, 1919. G ib r a l t e r C r e d it U n io n

Location: Pythian Hall 1941 Madison avenue, New York, N. Y.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
Dec.

5, 1919.

B r e c h e r & H e il p e r n , P r iv a t e B a n k e r s

Location: 1587 Madison avenue, New York, N. Y.
Verified certificate executed by Joseph Brecher and Isaac Heilpern applying
for authorization to engage in business as private bankers under the firm name
or style of “ Brecher & Heilpern,” filed for examination in the State Banking
Department.
Dec.

9, 1919.

B an kers T ru st V om pany

Location: 16 Wall street, New York, N. Y.
Application made by the Bankers Trust Company the principal office of which
is located at 16 Wall street, in the borough of Manhattan and city of New
York, for permission to open and occupy a branch office at 3 and 5 Place
Vendome in the city of Paris, in the Republic of France.
Dec. 10, 1919.

R e s ig n a t io n o f B a n k E x a m in e r

The resignation of Mr. Ralph W. Taylor an examiner in the State Banking
Department, tendered and accepted to take effect December 15, 1919.
Dee. 10, 1919.

I n d e p e n d e n t A m e r ic a n C r e d it U n io n

Location: 100 Essex street, New York, N. Y .
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
Dec. 11,1919.

E n r ic o O r t o l a n i & B r o t h e r , P r iv a t e B a n k e r s

Location: 120 Erie street, Buffalo, N. Y.
Authorization certificate issued to Enrico Ortolani and Mario Ortolani to engage
in business as private bankers under the firm name or style of “ Enrico Ortolani
and Brother.”
Permanent capital: $25,000.
Dec. 11, 1919. T he C e n t r a l C r e d i t U n i o n
Location: 75 East 116th street, New York, N. Y.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
Dec. 11, 1919.

A m e r ic a n E x p r e s s C r e d it U n io n

Location: 65 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
Dec. 11, 1919.




B an kers T ru st C om pan y

Location: 16 Wall street, New York, N. Y.
The Bankers Trust Company, the principal office of which is located at 16 Wall
street, in the borough of Manhattan and city of New York, authorized to
open and occupy a branch office on or after January 1, 1920, at 3 and 5 Place
Vendome, in the city of Paris, Republic of France.

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Dec. 12,1919.

o n

B a n k s

o f

D e p o s it

a n d

D is c o u n t

B an k of B lasdell

Location: Blasdell, Erie Co., N Y.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
Incorporators: John P. Jewart,
Ivan M. Knowlton
John M. McClintock,
LeRoy N. Osborn,
Warren F. Salisbury,
William P. Stambach,
Henry R. Stratemeier,
James W. Stutts,
William R. McConnell,
Alexander Paterson.
Dec. 12, 1919.

T h e G r e e n w ic h B a n k o f t h e C it y o f N e w Y o r k

Location: 135 William street, New York, N. Y.
Application made by The Greenwich Bank of the City of New York for permission
to open and occupy a branch office at the southwest corner of Greenwich and
Warren streets, in the borough of Manhattan and city of New York.
Dec. 12, 1919.

G e n e r a l M o t o r s A c c e p t a n c e C o r p o r a t io n

Location: Broadway and 57th street, New York, N. Y.
Application made by the General Motors Acceptance Corporation, the principal
office of which is located at Broadway and 57th street in the borough of Man­
hattan and city of New York for permission to open and occupy a branch
office at 124 West Fourth street, Los Angeles, California.
Dec. 12,1919.

T h e R is in g C r e d it U n io n

Location: 702 East 156th street, New York, N . Y.
Application for authorization refused.

STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTM ENT
Weekly bulletin, as required by the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914
A lbany,

Dec. 12, 1919.

N. Y.,

D ecem ber

19, 1919

T h e G r e e n w ic h B a n k o f t h e C it y o f N e w Y o r k

Location: 135 William street, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to the opening and maintenance of a branch office of The Green­
wich Bank of the City of New York, on or after May 1, 1920, at the south­
west corner of Greenwich and Warren streets, in the borough of Manhattan
and city of New York.
Dec. 15, 1919.

T h e A l b a n y S a f e D e p o s it a n d St o r a g e C o m p a n y

Location: Albany, N. Y.
Approval given to an increase of the capital stock of the Albany Safe Deposit
and Storage Company, of Albany, N. Y., from $90,000 to $100,000.
Dec. 16, 1919.

G e n e r a l M o t o r s A c c e p t a n c e C o r p o r a t io n

Location: 1,764 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Application made by the General Motors Acceptance Corporation, the principal
office of which is located at 1,764 Broadway, in the borough of Manhattan
and city of New Y ork, for approval of the opening and maintenance of a branch
office at No. 1,403 Main street, in the city of Dallas, Texas.
Dec. 16, 1919.

I n d u s t r ia l B a n k o f N e w Y o r k

Location: New York, N. Y.
Capital: $1,000,000. Surplus: $500,000.
Authorization certificate issued.
Dec. 16, 1919.




T h e M a r in e T r u s t C o m p a n y

Location: Buffalo, N. Y.
Application made by The Marine Trust Company, the principal office of which
is located in the Marine Bank Building, Buffalo, N. Y., for permission to
open and occupy a branch office at No. 752 Tonawanda street, Buffalo, N. Y .

W e e k l y

Dec. 16,1919.

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W estch ester A v e n u e B an k

Location: 1,060 Westchester avenue, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of name of the " Westchester Avenue Bank ” to
“ Tradesmens Bank,” and the “ Record-Times ” a newspaper published in
the county of the Bronx, designated as the newspaper in which to publish
notice of the presentation of the petition as required by section 62 of the
General Corporation Law.
Dec. 12,1919.

G e n e r a l M o t o r s A c c e p t a n c e C o r p o r a t io n

Location: 1,764 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to the opening and maintenance of a branch office of the General
Motors Acceptance Corporation, on or after January 1, 1920, at No. 124
West Fourth street, in the city of Los Angeles, California.
Dee. 15, 1919.

T h e M a r in e T r u s t C o m p a n y

Location: Marine Bank Building, Buffalo, N. Y.
Approval given to the opening and maintenance of a branch office of The Marine
Trust Company, of Buffalo, N. Y ., at No. 752 Tonawanda street, Buffalo, N. Y.
Dec. 17, 1919.

A m e r ic a n C o o p e r a t iv e S a v in g s & L o a n A s s o c ia t io n

Location: 147 East 125th street, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location of the office of the American Cooperative
Savings and Loan Association from No. 147 East 125th street, in the borough
of Manhattan and city of New York, to No. 217 West 125th street, in the same
borough and city, such change of location to become effective on or after
December 18, 1919.
Dec. 17,1919.

G e n e r a l M o t o r s A c c e p t a n c e C o r p o r a t io n

Location: 1,764 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to the opening and maintenance of a branch office of the General
Motors Acceptance Corporation, the principal office of which is located at
1,764 Broadway, in the borough of Manhattan and city of New York, at No
1,403 Main street, in the city of Dallas, Texas.
Dec. 17, 1919.

W a l d e n B u il d in g , S a v in g s a n d L o a n A s s o c ia t io n

Location: Walden, Orange Co., N. Y .
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
Dec. 18, 1919.

T he F reeport B an k of F reeport

Location: Freeport, Nassau Co., N. Y.
Approval given to an increase of the capital stock of The Freeport Bank of
Freeport, Queens County, New York, from $30,000 to $100,000.
Dec. 18, 1919.

K in g s t o n T r u s t C o m p a n y

Location: Kingston, N. Y .
Application made by the Kingston Trust Company, the principal office of which
is located at 37 Main street, Kingston, N. Y., for permission to open and occupy
a branch office at 518 Broadway, in the same city.
Dec. 18, 1919.

I n d e p e n d e n t A m e r ic a n C r e d it U n io n

Location: 100 Essex street, New York, N. Y .
Application for authorization refused.
Dec. 18, 1919.

K in g s t o n T r u s t C o m p a n y

Location: 37 Main street, Kingston, N. Y.
Approval given to the opening and maintenance of a branch office of the Kingston
Trust Company, on or after January 15, 1920, at No. 518 Broadway, in the
city of Kingston, N. Y.
Dec. 18, 1919.




W a l d e n B u il d in g S a v in g s a n d L o a n A s s o c ia t io n

Location: Walden, N. Y.
Authorization certificate issued.

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B a n k s

o f

D e p o s it

a n d

D is c o u n t

STATE OF NEW YORK, BANKING DEPARTM ENT
Weekly bulletin, as required b y the provisions of section 82 of the Banking Law, chapter 369 of
the Laws of 1914
A lbany,

Dec. 19, 1919.

N. Y .,

D ecem ber

26, 1919

M an ufactu rers T ru st C om pan y

Location: 774 Broadway, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Approval given to an increase of the capital stock of the Manufacturers Trust
Company, of Brooklyn, N. Y., from $1,000,000, to $2,000,000.
Dec. 19,1919.

T h e St a t e B a n k

Location: 376-378 Grand street, New York, N. Y.
Application made by The State Bank, the principal office of which is located at
376-378 Grand street, in the borough of Manhattan and city of New York,
for permission to open and occupy a branch office at the northwest corner of
158th street, Union and Westchester avenues, in the same borough and city.
Dec. 19, 1919.

T h e S t a t e S a f e D e p o s it C o m p a n y

Location: 376-378 Grand street, New York, N. Y.
Application made by The State Safe Deposit Company the principal office of
which is located at 376-378 Grand street, in the borough of Manhattan and
city of New York for permission to open and occupy a branch office at the
northwest corner of 158th street, Union and Westchester avenues, in the same
borough and city.
Dec. 22,1919.

E m p ir e S t a t e C r e d it U n io n

Location: 132 Norfolk street, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to a change of location of the office of the Empire State Credit
Union, of New York, N. Y., from 132 Norfolk street, in the borough of Man­
hattan and city of New York, to 89 avenue “ A ” in the same borough and city,
the change of location to become effective on or after December 23, 1919.
Dec. 22, 1919.

T he State B an k

Location: 376-378 Grand street, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to the opening and maintenance of a branch office of The State
Bank, on or after May 1, 1920, at the northwest corner of 158th street, Union
and Westchester avenues, in the borough of Manhattan and city of New York,
conditioned upon the closing of the branch office heretofore maintained by
said corporation at the southwest corner of 158th street, Union and West­
chester avenues, in the same borough and city.
Dec. 22, 1919.

T he

Sta te

Sa f e

D e p o s it

C om pany

Location: 376-378 Grand street, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to the opening of a branch office of The State Safe Deposit
Company, on or after May 1, 1920, at the northwest corner of 158th street,
Union and Westchester avenues, in the borough of Manhattan and city of
New York, conditioned upon the closing of the branch office heretofore main­
tained by said institution at the southwest corner of 158th street, Union and
Westchester avenues, in the same borough and city.
Dec. 23, 1919.

R e a l t y A s s o c ia t e s

I n vestm en t

C o r p o r a t io n

Location: 176 Broadway, New York, N, Y.
Application made by the Realty Associates Investment Corporation, the principal
office of which is located at 176 Broadway, in the borough of Manhattan and
city of New York, for permission to open and occupy a branch office at 164
Remsen street, in the Borough of Brooklyn, city of New York.
Dec. 24, 1919.




S p r in g w a t e r

Sta te

B ank

Location: Springwater, Livingston Co., N. Y.
Capital: $25,000. Surplus: $5,000.
Authorization certificate issued.

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Dec. 24, 1919.

R ealty

A s s o c ia t e s

B u l l e t in s

I n vestm en t

121

C o r p o b a t io n

Location: 176 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to the opening and maintenance of a branch office of the Realty
Associates Investment Corporation, on or after January 1, 1920, at No. 164
Remsen street, in the city of New York, borough of Brooklyn, State of New
Y ork.
Dec. 24, 1919.

T he

E q u it a b l e

T ru st

C om pany

of

N ew

Y ork

Location: 37 Wall street, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to an increase of the capital stock of The Equitable Trust Com­
pany of New York from $6,000,000 to $12,000,000.
Dec. 24, 1919.

S l a v o n ic

I m m ig r a n t B a n k

Location: 436 West 23d street, New York, N. Y.
Organization certificate filed for examination in the State Banking Department.
Incorporators: Michael I. Pupin, 1 W. 72d street, New York, N. Y.
Paul N. Pavlovitch, 443 W. 22d street, New York, N. Y.
Bozo Rankovich, 249 E. 71st street, New York, N. Y.
Dusan Tripoevich, 443 W. 22d street, New York, N. Y.
Rose Rankovich, 249 E. 71st street, New York, N. Y.
Helen Hartley Jenkins, 232 Madison avenue, New York, N. Y .
Dee. 24, 1919.

T he

St a t e

Sa f e

D e p o s it

C om pany

Location: 376-378 Grand street, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to an increase of the capital stock of The State Safe Deposit
Company from $100,000 to $200,000.
Dec. 23, 1919. G u a r a n t y T r u s t C o m p a n y of N e w Y o r k
Location: 140 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Application made by the Guaranty Trust Company of New York for permission
to open and occupy a branch office at Nos. 266-268 Grand street, in the borough
of Manhattan and city of New York.
Dec. 24, 1919.




G uaranty

T ru st

C om pany

of

N ew

Y ork

Location: 140 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Approval given to the opening and maintenance of a branch office of the Guaranty
Trust Company of New York, the principal office of which is located at 140
Broadway, in the borough of Manhattan and city of New York, at Nos.
266-268 Grand street, in the same borough and city, on or after January 1,
1920.

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R epoet on B anks of D eposit and D iscount

S T A T E M E N T o f S e c u r itie s h eld b y th e S u p e r in te n d e n t o f B u n k s
in tr u st f o r th e a ccou n t o f each o f th e b a n k s and p r iv a te b a n k ers
u n d e r h is s u p e r v is io n on D e c e m b e r 3 1 , 1 9 1 9

Nam

e

of

B

ank

ok

Ban

ker

and

D

e s c r ip t io n

of

B

onds

Adam, Meldrum and Anderson Company, Buffalo, United States
4 per cent........................................................................................... $1 5,000
Union Pacific 4 per c e n t...................................................................
3 0 ,0 0 0
Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe 4 per ce n t.............................
2 0 ,0 0 0
New York City 4 % per c e n t..........................................................
10 ,000
B altim ore and Ohio Railroad Co. 5 per ce n t.............................
1 0 ,0 0 0
4 0 ,0 0 0
United States 4 % per c e n t............................................................
--------------Alden State Bank, Alden, New York State 4 per ce n t..................................
A lliance Bank, Rochester, United States 4 % per c e n t....................
$ 1 ,0 0 0
United States 4 % per ce n t..............................................................
55 ,0 0 0
-----------------Alvino, Pietro, New York City 4 % per c e n t........................................................
American Bank, Lackawanna, New Y ork State 4 per ce n t...........................
A ndover State Bank, Andover, New York State 4 per c e n t.........................
Angelinoff, Alexander, New York, New York City 4% per c e n t..................
A rkport State Bank, Arkport, New York State 4 per c e n t..................................
B accelli, Germano, P., Albany, North Tonawanda City 4 % per
cent.......................................................................................................
$1 ,650
Pennsylvania R. R. Co. 5 per ce n t...............................................
4 ,0 0 0
2 ,0 0 0
M inn., St. Paul & Sault St. Marie Ry. 4 per ce n t..................
--------------B ajardi, Vincenzo, New York, New York City 4 per ce n t...........
$6 ,000
New York City 4 % per c e n t..........................................................
1 0 ,0 0 0
--------------B aldwin’ s Bank o f Penn Yan, New York State 4 per ce n t.............................
Baldwinsville State Blank, Baldwinsville, United States 2 per ce n t.........
Bank o f Akron, Akron, New York State 4 per c e n t........................................
Bank o f America, The, New York, United States 2 per c e n t.....................
Bank o f Am ityvilie, The, Am ityville, United States 4 per c e n t..................
Bank o f Angelica, Angelica, New York State 4 per c e n t.............................
Bank o f Angola, Angola, New York State 4 per c e n t......................................
Bank o f Antwerp, A ntwerp, New York State 3 per c e n t.............................
Bank o f A ttica, A ttica, New York State 4 per c e n t............................
Bank o f Ausable Forks, New York State 4 per c e n t......................................
Bank o f Avoca, A voca, New York State 4 per c e n t......................................
Bank o f Babylon, Babylon, New York State 4 per c e n t..................................
Bank o f Batavia, Batavia, Nei^ York State 4 per c e n t................................
Bank o f Belfast, B elfast, New York State 4 per ce n t..................................
Bank o f Buffalo, Buffalo, New York State 4 per c e n t................
$1 ,000
New York City, 4 % per c e n t.......................................................... 26 0,00 0
--------------Bank o f Castile, The, Castile, New York State 4 per c e n t...........................
Bank o f Cattaraugus, Cattaraugus, New York State 4 per c e n t................
Bank o f Cincinnatus, Cincinnatus, New York State 4 per c e n t..................
Bank o f Coney Island, Coney Island, New York State 4 per c e n t..............
Bank o f Corfu, Corfu, New York State 3 per c e n t........................................
Bank o f Cuba in New York, New York, New York State 4 per c e n t.........
Bank o f Delevan, Delevan, New York State 4 per c e n t..................................
Bank o f Depew, Depew, New York State 4 per c e n t......................................
Bank o f Discount, New York, New York State 3 per c e n t...........................




Am ount o f
bonds held

$125,000
1 ,0 0 0

5 ^ ,0 0 0
2 0 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
5 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0

7 ,6 5 0

1 6 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 00
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0

26 1,00 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0

S e c u r it ie s

in

C ustody

o f

S u p e r in t e n d e n t

S ta te m e n t o f S e c u r itie s , E t c .—
Nam e

o f

Ban k

or

B an ker

an d

123

(Continued).

D e s c r ip t io n

o f

B onds

Bank o f East Aurora, East Aurora, New York State 4 per c e n t................
Bank o f Elba, Elba, New York State 4 per c e n t............................................
Bank o f Ellieottville, Ellieottville, New York State 4 per c e n t................
Bank, o f Europe, New York, New York State 4 per ce n t...............................
Bank o f Farmingdale, Farmingdale, United States 4 per c e n t..................
Bank o f Genesee, Batavia, United States 4 % per c e n t...........................
Bank o f Gouverneur, Gouverneur, New York State 4 per ce n t....................
Bank o f Gowanda, Gowanda, New York State 4 per ce n t.............................
Bank o f Great Neck, Great Neck, United States 2 per c e n t......................
Bank o f Hamburgh, Hamburgh, New York State 4 per ce n t.........................
Bank o f Hammondsport, Hamm ondsport, New York State 4 per cent. . .
Bank o f Hempstead Harbor, Roslyn, United States 4% per c e n t..............
Bank o f Hicksville, Hicksville, United States 2 per ce n t.............................
Bank o f Holland, Holland, New York State 4 per c e n t..................................
Bank o f Huntington, The, Huntington, United States 2 per ce n t..............
Bank o f Jamestown, Jamestown, United States 3 % per cen t....................
Bank o f Lake Placid, Lake Placid, New York iState 3 per c e n t..................
Bank o f Lancaster, Lancaster, United States 4 per c e n t...............................
Bank o f Lawrence, Lawrence, New York State 4 per cen t...........................
Bank o f LeRoy, The, LeRoy, New York State 4 per ce n t.............................
Bank o f Lima, Lima, New York State 4 per c e n t.............................................
Bank o f Long Island, Jamaica, United States 4 % per c e n t.......................
Bank o f M illbrook, M illbrook, New York State 4 per cen t.........................
Bank o f Nassau County, Great Neck Station, United States 3 per cent. .
B ank o f Niagara, Niagara Falls, New York State 4 per ce n t.......................
Bank o f North Collins, The, North Collins, New York State 4 per cent. .
Bank o f North Hempstead, The, Port W ashington, United States 4
per cent .................................................................................................................
Bank o f Onondaga, Onondaga Valley, New York State 4 per ce n t...........
Bank o f Orchard Park, Orchard Park, New York State 4 per c e n t...........
Bank o f Philadelphia, Philadelphia, United States 4 per cen t.........................
Bank o f P ort Jefferson, P ort Jefferson, United States 4 % per c e n t . . . .
Bank o f Richm ondville, R ichm ondville, New York State 4 per ce n t............
Bank o f Rockville Centre, R ockville Centre, New York State 4 per cen t. .
Bank o f South Dayton, South Dayton, New York State 4 per c e n t...........
Bank o f Southold, Southold, New York State 4 per c e n t.............................
Bank o f Spencerport, Spencerport, New York State 4 per ce n t....................
Bank o f Steuben, Hornell, New York State 4 per c e n t......................................
Bank o f Suffolk County, Stony Brook, New York State 4 per c e n t...........
Bank o f United States. The, New l rork, New York State 4 per cent. . . .
Bank o f W ashington Heights, New York, United States 4 per c e n t...........
Bank o f W aterford, W aterford, New York State 4 per ce n t.........................
Bank o f W estbury, W estbury Station, New York State 4 per c e n t................
Bank o f W illiamsville, W illiam sville, New York State 4 per c e n t................
Bank o f W orcester, W orcester, United States 4% per c e n t.............................
Barasch, Sigmund W., New York City, New York City 4 y 2
per cent ........................................................................................... $ 1 5,00 0
United States 4 % per c e n t ............................................................
5 ,0 0 0
New Y ork City 4 % per c e n t............................................................
’
2 ,0 0 0
New York State 4 per c e n t............................................................
3 ,0 0 0

Amount o f
bonds held
1,000
1,000

1,000

1,000
1,000
1,000
1 ,0 0 0
1,000

1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1 ,0 00
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0

1,000
1 ,0 00
1,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 00
1 ,0 0 0
1,000
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 00
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0

25,000
Bigelow & Company, New York, Bayonne City, N. J., 5 per cent
Pennsylvania R. R. Co. 4 Y2 per c e n t...........................................
Greenwich & Johnsonville Ry. Co. 4 per ce n t.............................
Bingham State Bank, M ount M orris, New York State 4 per cent




$5 ,0 0 0
2 0 ,0 0 0
7 ,0 0 0

32,000
1,000

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o n

B a n k s

o f

D e p o s it

S ta te m e n t o f S e c u r itie s , E t c .—
Nam e

of

B ank

or

B an ker

an d

a n d

D is c o u n t

(Continued).

D e s c r ip t io n

o f

B onds

Amount o f
bonds held

B loom ingdale Brothers, New York, New York City 4*4 per cent. $1 1,00 0
New York City 4 % per ce n t........................................................
50 ,0 0 0
New York Central & Hudson River R. R. Co. 4 % per c e n t .. 2 5 ,0 0 0
United States 3% per c e n t..............................................................
1 0 ,000
--------------9 6 ,0 0 0
Roffa, D. & D. Di Sesa, New York City, New York City 4 per cent $ 6 ,000
United States 4 per c e n t.................................................................
1 ,0 0 0
United States 4 % per c e n t............................................................
2 ,0 0 0
--------------------------------- 9 ,0 0 0
Boross, Alexander, Buffalo, New York State 4 per c e n t..................................
6 ,0 0 0
Bowery Bank o f New York, The, New York, United States 4 per c e n t ..
1 ,0 0 0
B roadalbin Bank, Broadalbin, New’ York State 4 per cen t...........................
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
Broadway Central Bank, New York, New York State 4 per c e n t................
Bronx Borough Bank, New York, United States 4*4 per c e n t......................
1 ,0 0 0
B ryant Park Bank, New York, United States 2 per c e n t...............................
1 ,0 0 0
Calvosa, Carlo, New York, United States 4 % per ce n t....................................
1 1 ,000
Cappellino, C. & S., Rochester, New York State 4 per ce n t...........
$ 5 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 00
Southern Pacific Ry. 4 per ce n t...................................................
--------------6 ,0 0 0
Cattaraugus County Bank, L ittle Valley, New York State 4 per cent. . . .
1 ,0 0 0
Central Bank o f Medina, Medina, New York State 4 per ce n t.......................
1 ,0 0 0
Central Bank o f Rochester, The, United States 2 per ce n t.............................
1 ,0 0 0
Central Bank o f W estchester County, W hite Plains, New York State 4
per cent .............................................................................................................
1 ,0 0 0
Central M ercantile Bank o f New York, New York, New York State 4
per cent .............................................................................................................
1 , OOO
Centre M oriches Bank, Centre M oriches, United States 2 per ce n t...........
1 ,0 0 0
Cesario, Girardi & Company, New York, New York City 3 % per cent. . . .
12 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
Chelsea Exchange Bank, New York, United States 2 per c e n t....................
Ciaccia, Orazio, Schenectady, United States 4 % per c e n t...........................
5 ,5 0 0
Citizens’ Bank o f Arcade, Arcade, United States 4 per c e n t.........................
1 ,0 0 0
Citizens’ Bank o f A ttica, A ttica, New York State 4 per ce n t.......................
1 ,0 0 0
Citizens’ Bank o f Binghamton, Binghamton, New York State 4 per cent.
1 ,0 0 0
Citizens Bank o f Cape Vincent, Cape Vincent, United States 4% per cent.
1 ,0 0 0
Citizens’ Bank o f Dansville,Dansville, New York State 4 per c e n t..............
1 ,0 0 0
Citizens’ Bank o f GriffinCorners,Fleischmanns,
New York State 4 per
cent ......................................................................................................................
1, OOO
Citizens’ Bank o f Locke, N. Y., The, Locke, New York State 4 per c e n t .. .
1 ,0 0 0
Citizens’ Bank o f M onroe, M onroe, New York State 4 % per ce n t......
1 ,0 0 0
Citizens’ Bank o f Penn Yan, The, Penn Yan, New York State 4 per cent. .
1 ,0 0 0
Citizens’ Bank o f Perry, The, Perry, New York State 4 per ce n t......
1 ,0 0 0
Citizens’ Bank o f Rochester, Rochester, New York State 4 per ce n t.
1 ,0 0 0
Citizens’ Bank o f W averly, W averly, New York State 3 per c e n t......
1 ,0 0 0
Citizens’ Bank o f W estfield, Westfield, New York State 4 per c e n t.............
1 ,0 0 0
Citizens’ Bank o f W hite Plains, United States 4 per ce n t....................
1 ,0 0 0
Citizens’ State Bank o f Lyndonville, Lyndonville, New York State 4 per
cent ......................................................................................................................
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
City Bank o f Syracuse, Syracuse, New York State 4 per c e n t.........................
Clymer State Bank, Clymer, New York S tate 4 per c e n t..................................
1 ,0 0 0
Cohocton State Bank, Cohocton, New York State 4 per c e n t.........................
1 ,0 0 0
C olonial Bank, The, New York, United States 2 per c e n t..................................
1 ,0 0 0
Columbia Bank, New York, United States 2 per ce n t......................................
1 ,0 0 0
Commercial Exchange Bank, New l rork, United States 4 per c e n t................
1 ,0 0 0
Commonwealth Bank, New York, New York State, 4 per c e n t.........................
1 ,0 0 0
Continental Bank o f New York, New York, New York State 4 per cent. . . .
1 ,0 0 0
Corn E xchange Bank, New York, United States 2 per c e n t...........
$1 ,000
United States 3 % per ce n t............................................................... 500,000
5 0 1 ,0 0 0




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B onds

C osm opolitan Bank, New York, United States 3% per ce n t.........
De Luca, Gaetano & Company, New York, New York City 4 per
cent ........................................................................................................
Pennsylvania R. R. Co. 4 % per ce n t.............................................
United States 3% per ce n t..............................................................

bonds

of

h e ld

1 ,00 0
$5 ,500
2 ,0 0 0
3 ,0 0 0
1 0 ,500

De Luca, V. & Co., New York, New York City 4 % per c e n t...........................
De M arco, Pasquale, Schenectady, Schenectady City 4% per cent $3 ,000
Schoharie County 4 % per ce n t........................................................
2 ,0 0 0
New York C ity 414 per ce n t......................................................
1 ,0 0 0
United States 4 per c e n t......................................................................
2 ,0 0 0
United States 4 % per c e n t...............................................................
5 ,0 0 0

20,000

1 3 ,000
Del Papa, Michael, Elmira, New York City 4% per c e n t...........
Del Papa, Michael, New York, New York City 4 % per c e n t .. . .
De Ruyter State Bank, De Ruyter, New York State 3 per cent. .
De Vita, Salvatore, New York, Baltim ore and Ohio R. R. Co.
4 % per ce n t.......................................................................................
New York City 4% per ce n t............................................................
United States 4% per c e n t............................................................

6,000
6,000
1,000
$ 6 ,0 0 0
500
2 ,0 0 0
8,5 00

Di Mezza, Pasquale, Amsterdam, B altim ore and Ohio R. R. Co.
5 per c e n t...........................................................................................
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul R. R. Co. 4 per c e n t.............
Atch., Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. Co. 4 per cen t.............................

$ 1 ,000
5 ,0 0 0
1,0 0 0

Dinnella, Pietro, Brooklyn, New York City 4 % per ce n t.........
United States 414 per c e n t..............................................................

$14,000
4,0 0 0

7 ,0 0 0

Dobbs Ferry Bank, Dobbs Ferry, New York State 4 per c e n t.........................
Duly, Michael, Rome, United States 414 per ce n t.............................................
Dundee State Bank, Dundee, United States 4 per c e n t......................................
East Side Bank, Niagara Falls, New York State 414 per c e n t......................
Engel. Morris, New York, New York City 414 per c e n t......................................
E xchange Bank, Oakfield, New York State 4 per c e n t......................................
Faour, D. J., and Brothers, New York, New York City 4 per cent $1 8,00 0
New York City 414 per c e n t.......................................... ■
................
3 0 ,0 0 0

1 8 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
5 ,5 0 0
1,000
1 ,0 0 0
1 0 .00O
1 .0 00

4 8 ,0 0 0
Farm ers’ Bank o f Springville, Erie county, N. Y., The, Springville, New
York State 4 per c e n t.......................................................................................
Farmers and M echanics’ Bank o f Bath, Bath, New York S tate 4 per cent.
Farmers and M echanics’ Bank, F ort Plain, United States 2 per ce n t...........
Farmers and M echanics’ Bank, Jamestown, New York State 4 per c e n t ..
Farmers and M erchants’ Bank, Cobleskill, New York State 3 per c e n t ..
Farm ers and M erchants’ Bank, Spencer, United States 2 per cen t................
Fayetteville Commercial Bank, Fayetteville, New York State 4 per cent . .
F idelity Bank, New York, United States 2 per ce n t..........................................
F ifth Avenue Bank o f New York, The, New York, United States
4 per ce n t...........................................................................................
$ 1 ,0 0 0
United States 414 per c e n t.......................................................... 1 2 5,00 0

1,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1,0 00
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0

1,000
1 ,0 0 0
1,000

126,000
First State Bank, Canisteo, New York S tate 4 per ce n t..................................
Floral Park Bank, Floral Park, United States 2 per cen t.............................
F reeport Bank o f Freeport, Queens county, N. Y., The, Freeport, United
States 4 per cent ............................................................................................
Fugazy. Louis V., New York C ity 4 per c e n t...................................................
Gallo, Nicola, Binghamton, Solva.v Village 4 Yz per c e n t . . . . . . . .
$ 6 ,000
United States 414 per c e n t...............................................................
2 ,0 0 0




1,000
1,000
1,000
'6 .0 0 0

8 ,0 0 0

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Gapczynski, William, Schenectady, United States 314 per cent.
United States 4 per ce n t.................................................................
United States 4% per ce n t............................................................

Am ount of
bonds held

$200
1 ,0 0 0
4 ,2 00
5 ,4 0 0

Garfunkel & Tauster, New York, New York City 4 % per c e n t....................
Gimbel Brothers, New York, New York City 4 % per c e n t.............................
Glen Cove Bank o f Glen Cove, Glen Cove, New York State 4 per cent. . . .
Goldberger & Goodman, New York, New York City 4 per c e n t.........................
Goldberg, Shepard J., New York City 3 % per ce n t.............................................
Goodman, David C., New York, New York City 4% per cent. . . . $ 2 ,0 0 0
New York City 4 % per c e n t............................................................
4 ,0 0 0

6,000
5 5 .0 0 0
1,000

6,000
10.000

6,000
Greenhut, J. B. & Company, New York, New York City 414 per cent. . . .
Greenwich Bank of the City o f New York, United States 4 per c e n t...........
Gualtieri, Rocco, Rome, United States 414 per ce n t........................................
Guarini & Candela, New York, New York City 4 % per cen t........... $20,000
New York City 414 per c e n t............................................................
15 ,0 0 0
New York City 4 per c e n t.................................................................
25 ,000
United States 414 per c e n t............................................................
5 0 ,0 0 0

10.000
1 ,0 0 0
5 ,3 5 0

110,000
Hedman, Hornborg & Co., New York, United States 4 per ce n t....................
H elander & Nekton, New York, New York City, 4 per ce n t....................
Hempstead Bank, Hempstead, New York State 3 per ce n t.............................
Henry J. Schnitzer State Bank, New York, New York State 4% per c e n t ..
Herz, Isidor, New York, M assachusetts State 3 % per ce n t...........
$ 2 ,000
Boston City 4 per c e n t.....................................................................
1 ,0 0 0
Cincinnati City 4 per ce n t.................................................................
500
P rovidence City 4 per ce n t.......................................... ...................
1 ,0 0 0
New York City 314 per c e n t............................................................
1 ,0 00
New York City 4 per c e n t.................................................................
1 ,0 0 0

5 ,5 0 0
6 ,0 0 0
1 .0 0 0

1,000

6 ,5 0 0
H illside Bank, Richmond Hill, United States 2 per ce n t..................................
Homestead Bank o f Brooklyn, The, Brooklyn, United States 4 per cent. .
H orvatt, Andrew J., New York, United States 4 % per ce n t....................
Hurwitz, A. & J., Brooklyn, New York City 414 per c e n t...........
$5 ,0 0 0
United States 414 per ce n t............................................................
8 ,0 00
Hurwitz, A. & J., Brooklyn, New York City 4% per ce n t...............................
Im brie & Co., New York, New York City 4 % per cen t..................................
Industrial Blank o f New York, New York, New York State 414 per cent. . .
International Bank, New York, New York State 4 per c e n t . . . .
$ 1 ,0 0 0
United States 4% per c e n t................................................................. 11 0,00 0

1,000
1 ,0 0 0
5 ,0 0 0

13 .000
5 .0 0 0
5 1 .0 0 0

1.000

111,000
Jagocki, Frank X., Brooklyn. New York City 414 per cen t..............
Jefferson Bank, New York, United States 2 per ce n t......................
John Nemeth State Bank, New York, New York State 4 per cent
Johnstown Bank, Johnstown, United States 414 per ce n t...............................
Josephsohn, Michael, New York, New York City 414 per c e n t .. . .
$ 6 ,500
New York City 414 per ce n t............................................................
2 ,0 0 0
Pennsylvania R. R. Co., 4 % per ce n t..........................................
1 ,0 0 0
Pennsylvania R. R. Co., 5 per ce n t.................................................
4 ,0 0 0
United States 4 per ce n t...................................................................
1 ,0 0 0
San Francisco City and County 414 per ce n t.............................
5 ,0 0 0
Josephson, Julius, Brooklyn, New York City 4 % per c e n t.........
Juliand Bank, The, Greene, New York State 4 per c e n t..............
Karagheusian, Miran, New York, New York C ity 414 per cent




6,000

1,000
1,000
1,000

1 9 ,5 0 0
5 .0 0 0
1.000
5 ,0 0 0

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Amount o f
bonds held

Kiss, Emil, New York, New York City 4 % per c e n t......................... $1 6,00 0
New York City 3 % per c e n t . . . .................................................
4 ,0 00
New York City 4 per ce n t................................................................. 1 0 ,0 0 0
United States 4% per ce n t..............................................................
10 ,300
United States 3% per c e n t..............................................................
200
Pennsylvania R. R. Co., 4 % per ce n t............................................
1 ,0 0 0
4 1 ,5 0 0
Krimmert, Albert, New York, New York City 4 per ce n t..................................
Dago, James V., New York, Southern Pacific Ry. Co. 4 per cent.
$4 ,000
Pennsylvania R. R. Co. 4 % per ce n t............................................
9 ,0 0 0
Minn.. St. Paul & Sault St. M arie Ry. Co. 4 per ce n t...........
6 ,0 0 0
United States 4% per c e n t..............................................................
5 ,0 0 0
2 ,0 0 0
United States 4% per c e n t................................................................
Laudisi, Lawrence, Long Island City, New Rork City 414 per c e n t...........
Lederer, Richard M., New York, New York City 414 per cent. . . . $2 0,00 0
United States 4% per ce n t..............................................................
2 2 ,5 0 0

10,000

2 6 ,000
5 ,4 0 0

42 ,5 0 0
Legniti, Angelo, New York, New York City 4 % per c e n t..................................
Liberty Bank o f Buffalo, Buffalo, New York State 4 per c e n t.........................
Liccione, Joseph, New York, B altim ore and Ohio R. R. Co. 3% per cent. .
Lichtman, Benjam in H., Amsterdam, Chicago, M ilwaukee &
$1 ,0 0 0
St. Paul R. R. Co. 4 y2 per c e n t...............................................
Fonda, Johnstown & Gloversville R. R. Co. 4% per c e n t .. . .
2 ,0 0 0
New York Central & Hudson River R. R. Co. 4 y2 per cent. .
3 ,0 0 0
B altim ore & Ohio R. R. Co. 5 per c e n t........................................
1 ,0 0 0

6,000
1,000

6,000

7 .0 0 0
Livonia State Bank, Livonia, New York State 4 per c e n t...............................
Lordi, Giovanni, New York, Baltim ore and Ohio R. R. Co. 3 % per c e n t .. .
Lundbeck, G. Hilmer, United States 4% per cent. . . .........................................
Lunghino, M ichael A., Buffalo, United States 414 per c e n t.........................
Lunghino, S. & Sons, Buffalo, New York City 4% per ce n t...........
$ 5 ,0 0 0
6 ,0 0 0
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul R. R. Co. 4 per c e n t.............
Baltim ore & Ohio R. R . Co. 4 % per c e n t....................................
5 ,0 0 0
Pennsylvania R. R. Co. 4 % per ce n t..........................................
12 ,000
Union Pacific R. R. Co. 4 per c e n t.................................................
2 ,0 0 0
United States 414 per ce n t............................................................
9 ,0 0 0

1 .0 00
11 ,000
10,000
16,000

3 9 ,0 0 0

Lunham & Moore, New York City, Chicago, Burlington & Quincy
3 y2 per c e n t .................................................................. ..
Baltimore & Ohio R. R. Co. 5 per cent.................
New York & Harlem R. R. Co. 3% per cent............................
New York City 414 per cent.......................
Pennsylvania R. R. Co. 4% per cent.......................................
Michigan Central R. R. Co. 3% per cent.............................
United States 4% per cent.......................................................

$ 6 ,0 0 0
5 ,0 0 0
5 ,0 0 0
5 ,0 0 0
5 ,0 0 0
1 0 ,0 0 0
5 ,0 0 0
41 ,0 0 0

Macy, R. H. & Company, New York, Chicago & Northwestern
Railway Company 4 per c e n t .. ......................................... $ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0
Delaware & Hudson Railway Company 4 per cent................ 7 5 .0 0 0
New York City 4% per cent....................................................
5 5 ,0 0 0
New York City 4% per cent..................................................... 5 0 ,0 0 0
28 0,00 0
M adrid Bank, Madrid, United States 2 per ce n t...............................................
M anhattan Company, The, New York, New York State 4 per c e n t................
M anufacturers’ Bank o f Cohoes, Cohoes, New York State 4 per ce n t...........
Marcus, Joseph S., and Sons, New York, New York City 414 per c e n t .. . .




1,000
1 ,0 0 0

1,000
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D e s c r ip t io n

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B onds

A m ount of
bonds held

Market Brothers, New York, New York City 4 % per ce n t........... $1 5,00 0
United States 414 per c e n t...................................................
2 ,0 0 0
Southern Pacific Ry. Co. 4 per ce n t.............................................
5 ,0 0 0
22,000
Market Bank o f Buffalo, Buffalo, United States 414 per ce n t.........................
M arnell, Nicholas, Syracuse, New York State 4 % per c e n t...........
$5 ,000
New York City 414 per c e n t............................................................
3 ,0 00
United States 314 per ce n t..............................................................
2 ,0 0 0
5 ,0 0 0
United States 414 per ce n t........................................................; .. .

1,000

15 ,0 0 0
M arrone, Vincenzo, Utica, Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railway
Company 314 per c e n t.................................................................
New York City 3 per c e n t................................................................
M oravia Village 4 per ce n t..............................................................
Baltim ore & Ohio It. R. Co. 5 per c e n t.................... ......................

$ 5 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
500
1 ,0 0 0

M artiniano, Joseph, Brooklyn, New York City 4 per ce n t..............
M attituck Bank, M attituck, New York State 4 per ce n t................
M. Berardini State Bank, New York, New York State 4 per cent
M echanics’ Bank, Brooklyn, United States 2 per cen t....................
$1 ,000
United States 314 per c e n t............................................................ 17 5,00 0

$ 7 ,5 0 0
7 .0 0 0

1.000
1,000

17 6,00 0
M echanics’ Bank o f Groton, N. Y., Groton, United States 4 per c e n t...........
M echanics’ and Farm ers’ Bank o f Albany, Albany, New York State 4 per
cent ......................................................................................................................
M erchants’ Bank o f Buffalo, New York State 4 per c e n t..................................
M erchants’ Bank o f Rochester, Rochester, New York State 4 per cen t. . . .
M etropolitan Bank, New York, United States 2 per ce n t..................................
Molea, Guiseppe, New York, New York City 4 per ce n t....................................
Montauk Bank, Brooklyn, New York State 3 per c e n t....................................
M ount Pleasant Bank, Pleasantville, New York State 4 per c e n t..............
M unicipal Bank, Brooklyn, New York State 414 per ce n t..................................
Mutual Bank, The, New York, United States 2 per ce n t..................................
Nassau Union Bank, Glen Cove, United States 2 per cen t...............................
Nelson, B. H. & Son, Bingham ton, B altim ore & Ohio 314 per c e n t .$ 6 ,000
United States 414 per c e n t............................................................
1 ,0 0 0
M anhattan Ry. Co. 4 per c e n t........................................................
3 ,0 0 0
Nemeth, John, New York, New York City 414 per c e n t....................................
Neubauer, Andrew J., Brooklyn, New York City 4 per c e n t...........................
New Netherland Bank o f New York, New York, United States 2 per c e n t ..
New York Produce Exchange Bank, New York, New York State 3 per

cent .................................................................................................
Nielsen & Lundbeck, New York, New York State 4 per ce n t...........................
North Avenue Bank, New Rochelle, New York State 4 per c e n t....................
Northern W estchester Bank, Katonah, United States 414 per c e n t .. . . . . .
North Shore Bank, Oyster Bay, New York State 4 per c e n t.........................
N orth Side Bank o f Brooklyn, Brooklyn, New York State 4 per c e n t...........

Northville Bank, The, Northville, United States 414 per cent....................
Ogdensburg B'ank, Ogdensburg, United States 2 per ce n t..................................
Oppenheim, Harry, New York, New York City 4 % per c e n t........... $1 0,00 0
New York City 4 per ce n t................................................................. 2 0 ,0 0 0

1,000
1,000

1,000

1,000
1,000

6,000
1,000

1,000
1,000
1 ,0 0 0
1,000

10,000
10,000
6,000
1,000
1,000
1 0 ,0 0 0
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000

3 0 ,0 0 0
Orbach, Faybik & M olitoris, New York, New York City 4 % per c e n t .. . .
Ortolani, Enrico. Buffalo. New York City 414 per ce n t................ $1 0,00 0
New York City 4 per ce n t.................................................................
1 0 ,0 0 0
United States 414 per c e n t.......................................... ....................
7 ,0 0 0




6,000

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B onds

b o n d s h old

Ortolan!, Enrico, & Brother, Buffalo, United States 4% per cent...............
6,000
Osborne Bank, East Hampton, New York State 4 per cent........... $1,000
United States 4 % per cent......................................................... 21,200
-------------22,200
Oyster Bay Bank, Oyster Bay, United States 4 per cent................................
1,000
Pacific Bank, The, New York, New York 'State 3 per cent............................
1,000
Pasca, Michele G., New York, New York City 4% per cent........... $5', 000
Chicago. Milwaukee & 'St. Paul By. 4% per cent...................
1,000
United States 4% per cent...........................................................
4 ,0 00
-------------10,000
Patchogue Bank, The, Patchogue, New York State 4 per cent........................
1,000
Peconic Bank, The, Sag Harbor, United States 2 per cent............................
1,000
People’ s Bank of Buffalo, The, Buffalo, New York State 4 per cent...........
1,000
People’s Bank of Evans Mills, United States 4% per cent........................
1,000
People’s Bank o f Hamburgh, The Hamburgh, New York State 3 per c e n t..
1,000
People’s Bank o f Haverstraw, Haverstraw, New York State 3 per c e n t.. . .
1,000
People’s Bank of Johnstown, N. Y., The, Johnstown, United
States 4 per c e n t ........................................................................ $1,000
United States 4% per cent........................................................... 25,000
-------------26,000
People’ s Bank of the City of New York, The. New York, New York 'State
3 per cent.......................................................................................................
1,000
People’s Bank o f Niagara Falls, Niagara Falls, New York State 4 per
cent ................................................................................................................
1,000
People’ s Bank o f Potsdam,The, Potsdam, UnitedStates 4 per cent..............
1,000
1,000
People’s Bank o f Troy, Troy, New York State 3 per cent.................................
People’s State Bank of East Randolph, The, East Randolph, New York
State 3 per cent.............................................................................................
1,000
Pepe, Alphonso & Sons, Buffalo, Baltimore and Ohio R. R. Co.
4 per c e n t .....................................................................................
3 ,0 0 0
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul 4% per cent............................
2 ,000
Buffalo City 4% per cent.............................................................
2,0 00
United States 4% per cent......................................................... 15,000
-------------22,000
Perera, Lionello & Company, New York, New York City 4 % per
cent ............................................................................................... $50,000
New York City 4 % per cent.......................................................
50,000
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway 4% per cent........... 20,000
United States 3% per cent....................................................... 45,000
United States 4 per emit............................................................. 20,000
United States 4% per cent......................................................... 120,000
-------------- $305,000
$5,000
Perretta, Rocco & Co., Utica, Utica City 4 % per cent...................
United States 3% per cent..........................................................
2,000
United States 4% per cent..........................................................
0 ,0 00
------------16,000
Phoenix Bank, The, Phoenix, United States 2 per cent...................................
1,000
Power City Bank, Niagara Falls, New York State 4 per cent...................
1,000
Prattsburg State Bank, Prattsburgh, New York State 4 per cent...............
1,000
Prisco, Raffaele, NewYork, United States 4% per cent...............................
15,000
Progress Bank o f New York, The, New York, New York State 4 per cent.
1,000
Rensselaer County Bank, Rensselaer, New York State 4 per cent...........
1,000
Rushville State Bank, Rushville, New York State 4 per cent...................
1,000
Russian National >St. Vladimir Home, Unincorporated Association, New
York, New York City 4 per cent............... ..............................................
6,000

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B onds

Ruttkay, Eugene, New York, New York City 4 per cent...............
New York City 4 % per cent.............................................................
United States 4 per cent....................................................................
United States 3 % per cent.................................................................

$ 5 ,0 0 0
500
200
100

Sakser, Frank, New York, New York State 4 per ce n t.................
United States 4 per c en t.........................................................................

Am ount of
bonds held

$ 5 ,0 0 0
300

5 ,8 0 0

5 ,3 0 0
Saugerties Bank, The Saugerties, New York State 4 per cent.................
Seheidt, John II., Brooklyn, New York City 4 % per cent.............................
Schirripa, Vincent, Albany, New York State 4 per cent............
$ 5 ,0 0 0
United States 4 % per cent.............................................................
5 00

1 ,0 0 0
6 ,0 0 0 ’

5 ,5 0 0
Schnitzer, Henry J., New York, New York State 4 per c e n t ....................
Schoharie County Bank, The, Schoharie, New York State 3 per cent. . . .
Schreiber, Charles W illiam , Ridgewood, Buffalo City 4 % per
cent ...........................................................................................................
$ 5 ,8 0 0
United States 4 % per cent...............................................................
5 ,0 0 0

6,000
1,000

1 0 ,8 0 0
Schwabach, Sigmund Geza, New York, New York City 4 per
cent ...........................................................................................................
New Y'ork City 4 % per cent.............................................................

$400
1 2 ,0 0 0

Sconfietti, Cesare, Rochester, United States 4 % per cent..............................
Scotto, L. & Son, & Joseph Martiniano, New York, New York
city 4 per cent...................................................................................
$ 3 ,0 0 0
New York City 4 % per cent.............................................................
3 8 ,0 0 0
Scotto, Raphael, New Y ork, New York City 4 % per cent...............
’
Sea Side Bank, W est Hampton Beach, New York State 4 per cent
Security Bank of New York, The, New York, United; States 4 % per cent
Sessa, Joseph, New York, New York City 4 % per cent................. $ 3 1 ,0 0 0
New York City 4 per cent....................................................................
1 9 ,0 0 0
United States 4 % per cent...............................................................
7 0 ,0 0 0

1 2 ,4 0 0
5 ,5 0 0

4 1 ,0 0 0
7 .0 0 0

1 .00 0
1,000

120,000
Sinclairville State Bank, Sinclairville, United States 4 % per cent..........
Solvay Bank, Solvay, New York State 4 per cent............ ..................................
Southampton Bank, The, Southampton, United States 2 per
cent ...........................................................................................................
$ 1 ,0 0 0
United States 4 % per cent............ ...................................................
2 5 ,0 0 0

1 ,0 0 0
1,000

2 6 ,0 0 0
South Side Bank o f Bay Shore, N. Y ., Bay Shore, New York State 4
per cent .....................................................................................................................
South Side Bank of Buffalo, Buffalo, New York State 4 per cent.............
Springwater State Bank, Springwater, New Y'ork State 4 per cent..........
Stabile, Francis R., New York, New York City 4 % per c e n t..
$ 5 ,0 0 0
New York City 4 % per cent...........................................................
5 ,0 0 0
United States 4 % per cent.............................................................
6 ,0 0 0

1,000
1 ,0 0 0
1,000

1 6 ,0 0 0
Standard Bank, The, New York, New York State 4 per cent......................
State Bank of Avon, Avon, New York State 3 per cent................................
State Bank of Belmont, The, Belmont, New York State 4 per c e n t . . . .
State Bank of Bolivar, Bolivar, United States 2 per cent...........................
State Bank of Brocton, Brocton, New York State 4 per cent.................
State Bank o f Canastota, Canastota, New York State 4 per c en t.................
State Bank of Chatham, Chatham, New York State 4 per ce n t...............
State Bank o f Churchville, Churchville, New York State 4 per cent. . .
State Bank of Commerce, Brockport, N. Y ., Brockport, New York State
4 per cent ................................................................................................................




1,000
1,000
1,000

1,000
1,000

1,000
1,000
1,000
1 ,0 0 0

S e c u r it ie s

in

C ustody

o f

S u p e r in t e n d e n t

S ta te m e n t o f S e c u r itie s , E t c .—
N am e

o f

B axk

or

B anker

an d

131

(Continued).

D e s c r ip t io n

of

B onds

State Bank o f East Syracuse, E ast Syracuse, New York State 4%
per cent ...........................................................................................................
State Blank
o f Endicott,
E ndicott, New York State 4 per c e n t................
State Bank
o f Fillmore,
Fillmore,New York State 4 per c e n t.................
State Bank o f Hilton, H ilton, New York State 8 per c e n t.........................
State Bank o f Kenmore, Kenmore, New York State 4 % per ce n t.........
State Bank
o f Mayville,
M ayville,NewYork State 4 per c e n t................
State Bank
o f Xewfane,
Xewfane,New York State 4 per c e n t................
State Bank, The, New York, New Y ork State 4 per ce n t.................... ..
State Bank o f N orwood, Norwood, New York State 3 per ce n t..............
State Bank o f Ontario, Ontario, New York State 4 per ce n t..................
State Bank o f Parish, Parish, New York State 4 per cen t.......................
State Bank o f Randolph, Randolph, New York State 4 per c e n t...........
State Bank o f Ransomville, Ransomville, New York State 4 per cent. .
State Bank o f Seneca Falls, N. Y., The, Seneca Falls, United States
2 per cent .......................................................................................................
State Bank o f Sherman, Sherman, New York State 4 per ce n t................
State Bank o f Shortsville, Shortsville, United States 4% per cent. . . .
State Bank o f Syracuse, Syracuse, United States 2 per ce n t..................
State Bank o f Thei'esa, Theresa, New York State 4 per c e n t....................
State Bank o f Trumansburg, Trumansburg, New York State 4 per cent
State Bank o f W illiamson, W illiam son, New York State 4 per cent. . .
State Exchange Bank o f Holley, The, Holley, United States 414 per cent
Straus, Max, New York, New York City 4 per c e n t................
$100
New York City 4 % per c e n t........................................................
6 ,0 00
T aconic Valley Bank, Berlin, New York State 4 per ce n t...........................
Tarabella, James & Ducy, New York, New York City 4 % per cent. . . .
Tausig, Paul & Son, New York, New York City 414 per ce n t....................
Termini, Guiseppe, New York City 4 per ce n t.................................................
Tocci, Felice, New York, New York City 4 per c e n t....................................
Tomaino Bros., Utica, Fonda, Johnstown & Gloversville R ail­
road 4 % per cent ..................................................................... $ 1 0,00 0
Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Ry. Co. 5 per c e n t . . . .
2 ,0 0 0
Baltim ore and Ohio R, R. Co.
4 per
c e n t...........................
5 ,0 0 0
B altim ore and Ohio R. R. Co.
5 per
c e n t...........................
2 ,0 0 0
United States 4 % per c e n t..........................................................
2 0 ,0 0 0

Amount of
bonds held
1 , 000
1 ,00 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 , 000
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,00 0
1 ,00 0
1 , 000
1,00 0
1,00 0
1 , 000
1,00 0
1 , 000
1,000
1,000
1 , 000
1,000
1 , 000
1 ,00 0
1 ,00 0
1 ,00 0

6 ,1 00
1,000

6,000

6,000
10,000

6 ,0 0 0

3 9 ,0 0 0
Twenty-third W ard Bank o f the City o f New Y ork, New York, United
T
States 2 per cent .......................................................................................
Union Bank o f Medina, Medina, New York State 4 per ce n t....................
Union Stock Yards Bank, Buffalo, New York State 4 per ce n t..................
U niversity Bank, Alfred, New York State 4i per c e n t....................................
V errilli Bros., New York, New York City 4% per c e n t..................................
Vescera, Michele, Syracuse, New Y
rork State 4 per c e n t.............................
Vet, Joseph, M echanicville, New York State 4% per c e n t . . . .
$ 8 ,0 0 0
New York State 4 per ce n t..............................................................
1 ,0 0 0

1 ,0 0 0

1,000
1,000

1,000
7 .0 0 0
5 .0 0 0

9 .0 0 0
Viggiani, E. and Company, New York, New York City 414 per cent. . . .
W addington Bank, W addington, New York State 4 per c e n t....................
Watkins State Bank, Watkins, New York State 4 per c e n t.........................
W estchester Avenue Bank, New York, New York State 4 per c e n t...........
W est New Brighton Bank, W est New Brighton. New York State 4 per
cent ......................................................................................................................
W ilson State Bank, W ilson, New York State 4 per c e n t.................................
W. R. Grace & Co.’s Bank, New York, United States 4 % per cent $ 1 ,0 0 0
United States 414 per c e n t............................................................. 12 5,00 0




10,000
1.000

1,000
1,000

1,000
1,000
126,000

132

R eport

o n

B an k s

o f

D e p o s it

a n d

D is c o u n t

Statement of Securities, Etc.— (Continued).
Am ount o f
N am e

of

B

ank

ok

B

anker

and

D e s c r ip t io n

o f

B onds

Yorkville Bank, New York, New l ’ ork State 4 per c e n t................................
Zaro, Henry C., New York, New York City 4 per c e n t.............
$ 1 ,0 0 0
New York City -4% per c e n t........................................................
1 ,0 0 0
Albany City 4 % per ce n t.................................................................
2 ,0 0 0
San Francisco City and County 5 per c e n t...........................
2 ,0 0 0
United States 4 x per c e n t............................................................
/4
6 ,5 0 0
--------------

bonds

h e ld

1 ,0 0 0

1 2 ,5 0 0

UNSECURED CIRCULATION
Incorporated banks whose circulation is not secured and has not been advertised
fo r final redemption and the am ount o f circulation charged to eaeli bank on December
31, 1919 :
Chemung Canal Bank ................................................................................ ................. $ 1 3,50 6
Delaware and Hudson Canal B an k ..........................................................................
705
L ivingston County B a n k ............................................................................................ '9 ,3 0 0
The M anhattan Company .......................................................................................... 44 ,721
Onondaga County B an k..............................................................................................
9 ,7 4 7




00
00
00
00
00

$ 7 7 ,9 7 9 0 0

STATEMENTS
S H O W IN G T H E

Condition of the Banks of Deposit and Discount Operating
under the Laws of this State on February 21, 1919, June
30, 1919, September 12, 1919, and November 12, 1919




[1 3 3 ]




ALDEN STATE BANK — A ld en
CHARLES H. DOLD,

P resid en t.

[Main street; organized 1916]

BERNIS L. BENSLEY,

Cashier

DIRECTORS
J o h n W . K ir k ,

P h il ip B . D o l d ,
B e n j a m in A . G ip p l e ,

H o w a r d L . W r ig h t ,
F rank
A lger,

A
.

A lbert E . F ran tz,
C harles
D old.

RESOURCES

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities.............................................................................................
Private securities...........................................................................................
Mortgages owned..............................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage deed or other real est. coll.
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..............................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral........................
Overdrafts.............................................................................................. ..........
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers................................................
Specie................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States...........................
Cash items.........................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads.................................................
Add for cents....................................................................................................

H
.

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

$89,855
10,800
42,500

C larence L . E gbert,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

$122,765
16,635
51,250
1,000
21,000
77,709
436
58,146
1,528
13,036

T it u s B . Y a g e r ,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$122,298
27,471
59,150
1,000
29,500
92,320
815
52,258
1,691
10,048
173
6,357
4

$322,718

$368,858

$383,080

$403,085

Capital...............................................................................................................
Surplus..............................................................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.: Deposits otherwise preferred....................................
Due depositors, not preferred...........................................................................
Other liabilities..................................................................................................
Add for cents.....................................................................................................

$25,000
11,367
28,489
256,562
1,300

$25,000
13,195
24,693
305,334
634
2

$25,000
14,045
15,382
326,502
2,150
1

$25,000
15,210
1,290
357,584
4,000
1

Total liabilities...........................................................................................

$322,718

$368,858

$383,080

$403,085

Total resources...........................................................................................

23,250
59,947
82,419
1,157
8,032
121
4,634
3

Quarterly S tatements

5,349
4

$132,769
21,479
55,150
1,018
28,416
82,696
256
44,496
1,540
9,653
75
5,526
6

LIABILITIES

135




J a m e s G. C u t l e r ,
F rank 8. N o ble,

P resid en t.
W a l t e r S. H u b b e l l ,
M o r t im e r A d l e r ,

[183 East Main street; organized 1893]
DIRECTORS

E d w a r d G. M i n e r ,
J o se p h T . A l l in g ,
A n d r e w J. T o w n s o n .

A lbert
G eorge

T h o m a s E. L a n n i n ,
H a r p e r S ib l e y ,

F.

C ashier.

G e o r g e W. R o b e s o n ,
H e r b e r t , J. W in n ,

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
N o v . 12, 1919

$734,675
624,023
200,000
2,425
35,827
6,397,544
3,988,786
1,243
891,741
100,739
282,693
106,225
804 442
138,832
6
$14,372,501

$398,923
605,379
200,000
1,350
49,936
7,598,504
4,859,341
3,638
1,618,936
85,617
509,459
178.006
1,423,320
137,256
6
$17,669,671

$841,221
499,366
200,000
1,350
48,373
7,296,120
5'458'883
1,613
557,690
35,538
308,472
312,318
1,682,788
135,780
4
$17,379,516

42,355
8,326,833
5,851,479
1,034
974,058
85,201
397,142
173,452
2,004'523
158,212
7
$19,301,605

$500,000
725,163

$500,000
761,437

$500,000
821,475

$1,000,000
831,578

21,000
27,103
1,289,000
10,502,915
201,939
1,000,000

50,000
47,160
1,274,000
12,800,806
153,118
2,000,000

45,000
832,276
12,908.224
144.796
2,000,000

102,380
1
$14,372,501

83,148
2
$17,669,671

127,744
l
$17,379,516

45.000
44.000
62,010
13,882,083
285,538
2,SOO,000
285.000
176'393
3
$19,361,605

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Private securities..................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real est. coll.
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Specie.........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items.................................................................................................................
Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets........................
Assests not included in any of the above heads...................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total resources.................................................................................................

$709,834
370,445
207,000

L IA B IL IT IE S

Capital.......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Deposits by the State of New Y ork..................................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Rediscounts..............................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total liabilities.................................................................................................




D is c o u n t

S ta te m e n t of
c o n d it io n
S e p t . 12, 1919

B a n k s o f D e p o s it a n d

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
J u n e 3 0 , 1919

on

S ta te m e n t of
c o n d it i o n
F e b . 2 1 , 1919

R eport

RESOU RCES

B. E a s t w o o d ,
W. T o d d ,

LEON L. BENHAM,

136

ALLIANCE BANK — R ochester
JAMES G. CUTLER,

ANDOVER STATE BANK
J. M.

B rundage,

— A ndover

J. M. BRUNDAGE,

[38 South Main street; organized 1894]

A. C. FRISBEY, President.
P rank S. C lark ,

DIRECTORS
Earley,
C . E. B r o w n ,

C rayton L.
C . F r is b e y .

A.

RESOURCES

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1910

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

W.

P.

O ’C o n n e l l ,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$38,812
137,352
2,500
25,835
9,071
22,652
27,356
10
24,384
4,179
8,550
153
3,024
5

$24,012
126,500
2,500
23,685
9,059
39,580
31,995
77
44,998
4,421
8,835
18
2,394
5

$23,412
131,312
2,500
23,468
9,066
55,792
31,259
153
41,314
5,131
8,815
388
2,389
5

Total resources.................................................................................................

$298,279

$303,883

$318,079

$335,004

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Due depositors not preferred.................................................................................
Other liabilities.................................................................. ......................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

$25,000
26,985
234,364
11,929
1

$25,000
27,236
232,014
19,632
1

$25,000
29,386
258,259
5,432
2

$25,000
30,447
274,217
5,339
1

Total liabilities.................................................................................................

$298,279

$303,883

$318,079

$335,004

LIABILITIES




o
cl

>

w
H
W

Statem ents

Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

$25,712
113,448
2,500
24,557
11,155
13,785
33,617
31
29,125
5,586
6,239
54
32,465
5

ie l y

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities.................................................................................................
Real estate owned...................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real est. coll.
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
T ~'U3, discounts and bil’s purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................

H enry H oran ,

C a sh ier,

138

A RKPORT STATE BANK — Arkport
JOHN D. TAYLOR,

M. D. GATES,

[Organized 1916]
DIRECTORS

G eorge T a y lo r ,
H e n r y E r l ic h ,
H om er U pso n ,
J a m e s N. F l in t ,
M o r r is H u r l b u t , h a s . B e n n in g ,
C
S. H. C r id l e r ,

O l iv e r D. E is e n h a r t ,
J am es O t a l in g ,
W. M. H u r l b u t ,
W . 0 . Slocum .

resources

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

L. H. B u r d ic k ,
A. W.L a t im e r ,
F. H. E m e r y ,
Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

C ashier.

E lm er E . F e r r y ,
C. E. H u n t ,
M e l v in C o o k ,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

Stock and bond investments, viz. :
Public securities....................................................................................................
Real estate owned................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
Specie.........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assests not included in any of the above heads...................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

$55,622
8,000
650
35,086
42
46,383
166
4,650
80
2,000
3

$78,822
8,000
650
29,229
128
32,038
282
4,076

$82,620
8,000
650
35,372
80
38,231
641
3,390

$79,778
8,000
650
40,887
48
46,334
522
3,696

2,000
2

2,000
2

2,000
2

Total resources.................................................................................................

$152,682

$155,227

$170,986

$181,917

Capital.......................................................................................................................
Surplus including all undivided profits................................................................
Due depositors not preferred.................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

$25,000
3,140
124,542

$25,000
4,917
125,309
1

$25,000
4,979
141,007

$25,000
6,092
150,825

Total liabilities.................................................................................................

$152,682

$155,227

$170,986

$181,917

LIABILITIES




R eport ok B anks of D eposit and Discount

J o h n D. T a y l o r ,
L. M . K a r r ,
F rank H u rlbut,

P resid en t.

BALD W IN ’S BANK OF PENN YAN
E.

R . B ordw ell,

—

Penn

Y an

[127 Main street; organized 1881]

A. FLAG ROBSON, President.
F.

M.

LARS P. NIELSON,

C ashier.

DIRECTORS
C o l l in ,

W . N . W is e ,

RESOURCES

Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Total resources.................................................................................................

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$456,147
225,370
36,485
190,112
17,458
20,662
261,605
651
73,574
11,279
21,386
3,425
11,009
3

$380,494
235,851
36'285
185,862
21,958
18,753
273,716
492
75,986
11,955
22,111
8,372
10,596
6

$420,486
235,986
36,285
193,762
20,908
18,590
291,534
969
127,496
11,940
22,892
8*165
10'621
5

$543,303
283,374
36,285
190,186
20,908
45,489
343;638
1,154
163,991
15,099
24,844
14'447
10,622
3

$1,329,166

$1,282,437

$1,399,639

$1,693,343

LIABILITIES

$50,000
172,054

$50,000
173,142

$50,000
174,891

$50,000
176,656

36,000
23,458
1,037,653

32,000
13,695
1,118,552

Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

10,000
1

36,000
15,760
996,412
1,422
9,700
1

32,000
13,364
1,410,119
2,254
8,950

Total liabilities.................................................................................................

$1,329,166

$1,282,437

$1,399,639




10,500
1

$1,693,343

139

Capital.......................................................................................................................
Surplus including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Deposits by the State of New Y ork..................................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
Due depositors not preferred.................................................................................

Statem ents

Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

A . F lag R obso n .

Q uarterly

Stock and bond investments, viz:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities.................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage deed or other real est. coll.
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................

C . R . A n d rew s,

140

THE BALDWINSVILLE STATE BANK
OTIS M. BIGELOW,

P resid en t.

— B a l d w in s v il l e
[Oswego street; organized 1875]

E. H. MARVIN,

C a sh ier.

DIRECTORS
O t is M . B ig e l o w ,

G eorge H aw ley ,

J. C a r l C o n n e l l ,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$923,925

Capital.................................................................
Surplus including all undivided profits...........
Due depositors not preferred...........................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers. .
Bills payable.......................................................
Other liabilities...................................................
Add for cents......................................................

$60,000
55,599
671,249
2,311
50,000
21,029
1

$60,000
56,967
721,014
2,760
59,664
2

$60,000
59,948
725,421
7,586
20,000
19,856
1

$60,000
62,127
754,818
6,702
25,000
15,277
1

Total liabilities...........................................

$860,189

$900,407

$892,812

$923,925




is c o u n t

$892,812

D

$900,407

and

$860,189

LIABILITIES

e p o s it

$1,000
76,869
6,095
143,882
20,479
50,392
453,748
305
81,331
1,168
38,656
1,045
48,950
5

D

$1,000
76,669
0,095
140,962
20,793
43,679
463,456
41
46,268
571
35,639
691
56.945
3

of

$1,000
121,229
6,095
133,450
20,081
42,947
440,932
148
98,630
569
29,785
537
5,000
4

anks

$1,000
74,219
0,095
130,440
20,081
38,074
418,008
153
69,323
736
32,423
217
69,350
4

B

Total resources.................................................................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

on

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real est. coll.
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies banks and bankers...................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items....................................... r .......................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents................................................ ...........................................................

E . H . M a r v in ,

eport

resources

E arl G . H eaton,

R

J. E . C o n n e ll.
J o h n T . S k in n e r .

THE BANK OF AMERICA— N ew Y ork City
WM. H. PERKINS,
W alter

M.

B en nett,

[44-46 Wall street; organized 1852]

P resid en t.
D allas

B.

DIRECTORS

P ratt,

W m . H. P e r k i n s ,
J a m e s N . Ja r v ie .

C o r n e l iu s

RESOURCES

B l is s ,

E d w in T h o r n e ,

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

$657,529
2,140,646
1,600,000
5,000
13,755,222
11,246,711
13
962,548
598,061
730,471
18,100,643
3,898,890
184,495
56,700
3
$53,936,932

$742,341
1,867,371
1,600,000
5,000
16,663,543
13,455,187
347
1,610,782
461,906
563,632
31,759,655
7,574,864
1,886,369
108,900
4
$78,299,901

$837,588
2,005,904
1,600,000
5,000
12,759,127
12,624,623
5,254
1,973,839
450,733
546,888
34,437,503
3,905,560
2,485,855
109,600
4
$73,747,473

W m.

R.

C a sh ier.

P eters,

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$494,232
2,106,226
1,625,000
30,000
16,522,383
11,654,421
401
2,532,092
454,669
607,732
40,742,423
5,308,968
2,092,936
57,600
6
$84,229,089

LIABILITIES

$1,500,000
Capital.....................................................................................................................
$1,500,000
$1,.500,000
$1,500,000
7,304,343
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
7,141,375
6,937,385
6,779,970
Preferred deposits, viz.:
4,010,906
Due New York State savings banks..................................................................
2,802,121
5,303,188
4,035,791
494,116
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
521,400
3,356,000
1,260,000
60,476,416
Due depositors, not preferred................................................................................
49,675,002
35,468,676
51,879,777
4,726,761
9,134,796
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
7,078,461
4,434,094
1,493,500
Bills payable...........................................................................................................
Rediscounts............................................................................
1,750,000
2,198,509
2,655,624
1,976,057
A c't’ces of drafts p ’y ble at a future date or auth’d by com. letters of credit
215,695
274,535
Other liabilities..........................................................................
...................
317,152
269,030
242,704
3
Add for cents............................................................................................................
3
3
2
$73,747,473
$84,229,089
Total liabilities.................................................................................................
$78,299,901
$53,936,932




Q uarterly S tatements

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mrtg., deed or other real est. coll.
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Specie.........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items..............................................................................................................
Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets..........................
Customers’ liability on acceptance (per contra, see liabilities)...........................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total resources.................................................................................................

W ALTER M. BENNETT,
N.

BANK
Solom on K etc h a m ,
A b n e r B. I n g l e e ,

P resid en t.

S a m u e l P. H i l d r e t h ,
C harles O. Irelan d ,

OF

A M IT Y V IL LE

—

A

m it y v il l e

[Broadway; organized 1891]
DIRECTORS

E l m e r W. D a v i s ,
M il l a r d F . G r if f it h s ,

G i l b e r t P. W i l l i a m s ,
C h a r l e s S. W il m a r t h ,

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

M il f o r d

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

H.

C ashier.

K etcham ,

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities.............................................................................................
Private securities...........................................................................................
Real estate owned.............................................................................................
Mortgages owned..............................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtge., deed or other real est. coll.
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..............................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.......................
Overdrafts.........................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers................................................
Specie................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States...........................
Cash items.........................................................................................................
Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets........................
Assets not included in any of the above heads.................................................
Add for cents....................................................................................................

$87,514
80,615
30,198
51,875
10,357
84,076
151,348
208
24,121
1,508
11,789
1,684
30,198
10,350
5

$71,065
87,514
30,198
51,775
11,098
139,963
150,195
169
21,432
2,377
11,399
451
34,655
10,680
5

$84,335
101,997
30,198
53,025
9,463
164,951
151,672
337
27,694
3,178
13,675
531
31,889
10,609
6

$89,835
101,997
30,198
60,975
7,628
193,384
136,697
301
9,014
2,217
13,415
484
33,665
12,400
5

Total resources...........................................................................................

$575,846

$622,976

$683,560

$692,215

LIABILITIES

Capital............................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits..........
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Deposits by the State of New York............
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets..
Due depositors, not preferred.........................
Bills payable....................................................
Other liabilities........................................
Add for cents..................................................

$25,000
67,380

$25,000
68,777

$25,000
69,734

$25,000
72,312

13,500
1,360
437,254
30,000
1,350
2

13,500
1,360
511,434

9,500
728
576,797

2,903
2

1,800
1

9,500
728
571,674
10,000
3,000
1

Total liabilities.........................................

$575,846

$622,976

$683,560

$692,215




R eport on B anks of D eposit and D iscount

RESOURCES

CHARLES O. IRELAND,
F r e d e r t c k B. P o w e l l ,
O r v i l l e J. W i l s e y ,

142

SOLOMON KETCHAM,

BANK
A. H. H O O K ER , President.
A . H . H ooker,

D . D . D ic k s o n ,

O F A N G E LIC A

—

A

n g e l ic a

J. H. ROOK,

[Main street; organized 1890]
DIRECTORS
W. F. L i l l y ,
J o h n S. R o c k w e l l ,

RSUCS
EO RE

Total resources................................................................................
L B
IA ILITIE
S
Capital.................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits.....................................................
P
referred deposits, viz.: O
ther deposits secu by p ge of assets.............
red
led
D depositors, not preferred..................................................................
ue
Due to trust com
panies, banks and bankers..............................................

Cashier.

R . H ooker.

S tem n o
ta e t f
c n itio
od n
Jn 3, 11
ue 0 99

S tem t o
ta en f
c n itio
od n
Sp 1, 11
e t. 2 9 9

$43,650
17,509
6,000
18,733
33,362
87,293
988
46,170
8,736
6,723
750
4

$42,900
17,509
6,000
18;733
31,829
85,404
821
62,456
10,287
8,736
775
3

$44,200
17,509
6,000
17;693
29,821
88,423
1,560
79,676
6,165
7;643
775
3

$60,160
17,509
6,000
18,323
27,617
90,423
1,244
81,628
4,664
9,467
825
3

$269,918

$285,453

$299,468

$317,863

$25,000
27,736

$25,000
28,291

216,476

221,421
10,000
741

$25,000
29,724
7;ooo
236,976

$25,000
28,934
6,500
256,673

767
1

755
1

$299,468

$317,863

S tem n o
ta e t f
c n itio
od n
F b 21, 1 1
e.
99

Add for cents........................................................................................

705
1

Total liabilities................................................................................

$269,918

$285,453

S te e t o
ta mn f
c n itio
od n
N 1. 11
ov. 2 9 9
•o
cl
H
fef
W
t"1

K

143




S.

S tatem ents

Stock and bond investm
ents, viz. :
P
ublic securities.................................................................................
Private securities.................. .............................................................
R estate ow
eal
ned..................................................................................
L
oans and discounts secu by bond and m
red
tge., d or oth real est. coll.
eed
er
L
oans and discounts secu by other collateral........................................
red
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secu by collateral.....................
red
Overdrafts............................................................................................
Due from trust com
panies, banks and bankers..........................................
Specie...................................................................................................
O
ther currency authorizedT y the law of th U
>
s
e nited States........................
Assets not included in any of the above heads...........................................
Add for cents........................................................................................

J. H . R o o k ,

W . W.

C h a m b e r l a in ,

P resid en t.

AN G O LA

—

A

ngola

A l l e n J. B u n d y ,
J o h n C. G l a s ,

DIRECTORS
E. L. B e n j a m i n ,
H e n r y P. B u r g a r d .

T. C. WILLIAMS,
Sm it h ,

C ash ier.

G e o . A . B r it t in g ,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$511,651

$531,231

$25,000
47,183

$25,000
45,207

$25,000
45,985

$25,000
46,854

16,000
22,426
289,066
1,561
2

16,000
20,000
347,365
13,700
1

14.000
15.000
406,466
5,200

14,000
2,644
437,232
5,500
1

Total liabilities.................................................................................................

$401,238

$467,273

$511,651

$531,231




is c o u n t

$467,273

D

$401,238

and

Total resources.................................................................................................
LIABILITIES
Capital.......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Deposits bv the State of New Y ork..................................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

e p o s it

$52,713
4.000
14,178
46,574
181,424
150,434
513
58,690
1,799
18,598
305
2.000
3

D

$52,663
4,000
10,378
42,927
197,181
145,905
21
46,369
2,668
7,062
974
1,500
3

of

$52,663
4,000
8,678
40,903
135,220
151,358
14
57,470
2,190
13,610
63
1,100
4

B anks

$46,573
4,000
9,228
41,920
97,783
149,498
2,397
35,448
5,371
7,408
675
934
3

on

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities....................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtge., deed or other real est. coll.
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts...............................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Specie.........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

E.

eport

r e so u r c e s

B.

R

B . I. H a r t s h o r n ,
J u l i u s M. S c h w e r t ,

OF

[Commercial street; organized 1906]

144

BANK
W. W. CHAMBERLAIN,

BANK
W IL L A R D S. A U G SB U R Y , President.

O F ANTW ERP

—

A

n tw erp

R. W. OAKES,

[Main street; organized 1910]

Cashier.

DIRECTORS
W il l a r d

S.

A ugsbu ry,

F r a n k J. B a d m e r t ,

F . K . F elsh aw ,
C h a s . E. M a r s h ,

A lexander C opley,
C h a s . H . W il l a r d .

RESOURCES

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

3,294
3

$86 638
151,904
12,900
33,700
9,900
31,100
134,641
14
49,672
817
8,877
8
1,227
114,942
4

$81 540
168,724
12,900
33,400
9,900
25,780
128,902
301
46,384
2,481
15,220
6
8,277
144,761
5

$505,509*

$636,344

$678,581
$25,000
38,366
8,000
444,265
20,000
142,950

$25,000
40,912
8,000
463,057
20,000
1,000

$678,581

$557,969

$81 540
166,721
12,850
33,050
6,277
17 726
136,939
171
73,174
2,027
13,534
119
10,277
3,560
4
$557,969

Statem ents

Total resources................................................................................................

$80,908
127,516
9,900
24,200
12,447
34,790
134,740
8
64,329
1,157
12,208
9

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

M a r y J . E l l is ,

Q uarterly

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities.................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. c o ll.. .
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets..........................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

G aylord W . H a ll,

LIABILITIES

$25,000
39,962
9,000
430,546
1,000
1

$25,000
38,414
9,000
427,709
20,000
116,219
2

Total liabilities.................................................................................................

$505,509

$636,344




145

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.: Deposits by the State of New Y ork............................
Due depositors, not preferred................................................................................
Bills payable.............................................................................................................
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

B e n e d ic t ,

OF

A T T IC A

—

A

t t ic a

[Main and Market streets; organized 1890]

P resid en t.

C. J.

D anley,

DIRECTORS
W. E. H o p k i n s ,

RESOURCES

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

L.

Y oung,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

John

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

M.

C ashier.

B ryson .

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12. 1919

$726,335

$710,298

$717,497

Capital............................................ ..................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits...........................................................
Due depositors, not preferred...........................................................................
Other liabilities..................................................................................................
Add for cents....................................................................................................

$40,000
30,496
625,768
4,320
1

$40,000
31,811
647,023
7,500
1

$40,000
32,897
633,201
4,200

$40,000
36,131
636,265
5,100
1

Total liabilities...........................................................................................

$700,585

$726,335

$710,298

$717,497

LIABILITIES




D is c o u n t

$700,585

Total resources....................................... ................................................

and

$109,050
174,568
18,000
19,019
12,100
72,717
261,020
445
23,170
6,117
11,568
1,777
7,944
2

D e p o s it

$107,110
161,197
18,000
18,819
15,992
73,570
251,978
107
39,290
6,041
8,672
2,369
7,150
3

of

$138,263
136,709
18,000
18,383
21,650
69,930
241,759
124
61,403
6,323
3,968
2,620
7,200
3

B anks

$145,510
115,760
18,000
18,483
23,720
24,876
261,046
233
74,738
2,817
8,800
1,297
5,300
5

on

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities.............................................................................................
Private securities...........................................................................................
Real estate owned.............................................................................................
Mortgages owned..............................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real est. coll.
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..............................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral........................
Overdrafts..........................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers................................................
Specie.................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States...........................
Cash items.........................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads.................................................
Add for cents.....................................................................................................

R. E. SLACK,

A rthub

R eport

C. B.

BANK

146

TH E
C. B. BENEDICT,

BANK OF AUSABLE FORKS, N. Y.— Ausable Forks
E. W. FEATHERSTON,
E. W .

F eath erston ,

P resid en t.

S. G.
V. K .

P r im e ,
M oore,

[Main street; organized 1910]
W. A. M c K e n z i e ,
E. W . P a r k e r ,

DIRECTORS
O. E. G a r b o ,
R. T. M a c e .

RESOURCES

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

T rum bull,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

L. F. R obert,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$41,300
151,205
28,362
9,146
73,480
219,-545
185
43,687
1,654
29,000
5,425
2

$20,300
161,978
27,712
7,200
63,890
232,455
302
49,047
1,801
29,200
5,325
4

$27,500
180,295
27,112
10,299
75,750
258,273
378
56,660
1,325
30,400
5,750
2

$23,150
202,737
33,962
10,396
85,690
242,069
153
44,887
2,456
30,150
5,500
4

$602,991

$599,214

$673,744

$681,154

$50,000
44,114

$50,000
43,740

$50,000
46,027

$50,000
47,581

21,000
8,642
474,493
4,742

21,000
2,725
478,010
3,738
1

19,000
2,019
551,123
5,575

19,000
1,969
558,053
4,550
1

$602,991

$599,214

$673,744

$681,154

LIABILITIES

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Deposits by the State of New Y ork..................................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total liabilities




Statem ents

Total resources.................................................................................................

R. L.

C a sh ier.

Q uarterly

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities.................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real est. coll.
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................ *
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

V. K. MOORE,

—
4

F . E . Joh n son ,

V ic e-P r e sid e n t.

D . F’ . R u n d e l l ,

OF

AVOCA

—

A

vo ca

[60 Main street; organized 1901]
H . W it. m o t S m i t h ,
F. L. A rnold,

DIRECTORS
II. T . B a i r d ,

WARREN H. LEE,
S. M . A l m y ,

C a sh ier.

A m e l ia F . L e e ,

W aIir e n II. L e e .

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$506,661

$492,196

$496,896

$523,408

Capital.......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
Deposits otherwise preferred..............................................................................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

$25,000
44,760

$25,000
51,069

$25,000
49,797

$25,000
51,566

34,061
7,000
387,338
8,500
2

34,004

33,581

37,500

373,622
8,500
1

380,017
8,500
1

400,841
8,500
1

Total liabilities.........................................................................................................

$506,661

$492,196

$496,896

$523,408

LIABILITIES

D is c o u n t

Total resources.................................................................................................

and

$127,636
127,587
2,000
9,831
2,145
50,045
102,538
102
87,061
1,500
10,451
9
2,500
3

D e p o s it

$125,132
125,682
2,000
9,931
2,145
47,452
104,892
54
69,475
1,546
6,049
35
2,500
3

of

$121,196
116,727
2,000
10,591
2,300
28,942
109,047
240
91,192
862
6,460
135
2,500
4

B anks

$134,350
94,022
2,000
12,141
2,875
19,448
126,032
23
104,548
703
8,000
16
2,500
3

on

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities....................................................... ........................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real est. coll.
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

R eport

RESOURCES




148

BANK
H. W ILM OT SMITH.

BANK
JOHN CLINTON ROBBINS,

P resid en t

O F B A B Y LO N

—

B abylon

[Deer Park avenue; organized 1913]

EMSLIE J. HEARTT,

C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S
J o h n H . A r in k ,

Jam es B a r b e r ,
J o h n C l in t o n R o b b in s ,

H e n r y S. B l a c h l y ,
T h o m a s F. T i e r n e y ,

W i l l i a m G e i g e r .,
C . R ay m o n d D a il y ,

RESOURCES

S tatem en t o f
con d ition
F e b . 21, 1919

A lbert D . H aff,
E m s l i e J. H e a r t t .

S tatem en t of
con d ition
June 30, 1919

W il l ia m

S tatem en t o f
co n d itio n
Sept. 12, 1919

E. M

ag ee

,

Statem en t of
con dition
N o v . 12, 1919

$95,578
102,997
11,200
2,050
15,102
45,367
179
32,023
3,474
16,741
845
4,824
5

$95,358
82,011
10,200
2,104
43,796
38,750
165
45,219
3,314
15,338
476
4,696
4

$92,375
82,011
10,200
2,104
75,636
49,238
132
18,938
4,059
17,490
294
5,278
4

Total resources.................................................................................................

$322,865

$330,385

$341,431

$357,759

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Due depositors, not preferred................................................................................
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................

$50,000
16,131
256,134
600

$50,000
17,087
262,947
350
1

$50,000
18,016
272,715
700

$50,000
19,620
287,320
817
2

Total liabilities.................................................................................................

$322,865

$330,385

$341,431

$357,759

Statem ents

$87,703
89,263
10,700
2,129
10,392
49,646
150
44,347
3,997
19,083
1,367
4,084
4

Q uarterly

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities.................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll. . .
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

L IA B IL IT IE S

149




H olden

T.

M il l e r ,

A rthur

OF

B A T A V IA

—

B

a t a v ia

[69 Main street; organized 1876]

P resid en t.

G.

H ough,

DIRECTORS
N e w e l l K. C o n e ,

D a n ie l

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

W.

T o m l in s o n ,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

H erbert

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

T.

C ashier.

B ooth.

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

Total resources.................................................................................................

$2,835,247

$2,813,264

$2,855,405

$2,929,411

LIABILITIES

$150,000
202,074

$150,000
206,568

$150,000
207,858

$150,000
210,796

50,000
8,486
2,389,303
4,542
30,840
2

50,000
8,486
2,366,396
3,576
28,237
1

50,000
8,529
2,397,856
12,094
29,067
1

50,000
6,779
2,480,398
1,588
29,848
2

Total liabilities............................................

$2,835,247

$2,813,264

$2,855,405

$2,929,411




D is c o u n t

Capital.................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits...........
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Deposits by the State of New Y ork............
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets..
Due depositors, not preferred...........................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers. .
Other liabilities...................................................
Add for cents......................................................

and

$218,232
66,817
56,646
109,403
330,076
445,566
1,202,522
2,421
321,533
8,354
135,971
16,867
15,000
3

D e p o s it

$296,692
53,000
56,646
106,663
319,706
433,873
1.120,302
3,132
308,738
8,638
127,196
6,067
14,750
2

of

$321,342
53,000
54,500
108,349
319,380
432,783
1,062,881
5,515
300,154
9,015
113,949
17,893
14,500
3

B anks

$172,342
73,000
54,500
113,534
340,100
440,736
1,164,510
2,153
329,085
6,548
113,717
9,517
15,500
5

on

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities....................................................................................................
Private securities..............................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured bv bond and mtg., deed or other real est. c o ll.. .
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
Soecie.........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents...........................................................................................................

R eport

RESOURCES

HERBERT T. BOOTH,

150

BANK
HOLDEN T. MILLER,

BANK OF BELFAST —
N. C. SAUNDERS,

B elfast

W. B. MANLEY,

[Main street; organized 1914]

P resid en t.

DIRECTORS
N. C.

Sau n d ers,

J. H. M e i n e k a ,
J. E a t o n K i n n e y .

J. S. Smith ,

A. E.

W . J. Fox,
R. P. Ross,

RESOURCES

Perry,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

C ashier.

P e .t e r B. L o f t u s ,
W B. M a n l e y .

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

$80,996
84,478
9,100
13,888
2,150
47,634
91,006
159
66,693
7,516
12,202
70
4,000
3

$76,639
64,506
9,100
12,888
1,700
56,218
109,356
153
78,001
7,804
6,976
90
4,550
4

$102,303
55,606
9,100

Total resources.................................................................................................

$419,895

$427,985

$451,305

$487,103

$30,000
47,756
18,000
318,161
277
5,700

$30,000
47,260
18,000
327,024
5,700

$30,000
48,400
16,000
346,594
4,610
5,700

$30,000
46,808
18,000
385,363
1,231
5,700

1

1

1

1

$419,895

$427,985

$451,305

$487,103

12,888

13,700
59,036
96,798
20
77,996
7,604
11,017
682
4,550
5

$108,426
59,746
8,900
13,888
15,700
67,480
108,461
82,441
7,492
9,456
561
4,550
2

o

d

W
d
*i
m

iT A T E M E N T S

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities.................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll.. .
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents................................................ ...........................................................
LIABILITIES

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.: Deposits by the State of New Y ork..........................
Due depositors not preferred.................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers......................................................
Other liabilities........................................................................................................
Add for cents..........................................................................................................




151

Total liabilities...............................................................................................

P resid en t.

[8 North Division street; organized 1873]

SAMUEL M. JOHNSON,

C ash ier.

152

THE BANK OF BUFFALO — Buffalo
ELLIOTT C. McDOUGAL,

DIRECTORS
E dw ard H. B u tler,
R o b e r t K. R o o t ,
E m anuel B oasberg,

R alph C h oy,
C a r l t o n M. S m i t h ,
D e W it t C l in t o n ,

G e o r g e J. H a g e r ,
G e o r g e U r b a n , J r .,
A l f r e d W. T h o r n ,

G eo rg e J. H o w a r d ,
Sam u el J. D a r k ,
W m . H. D a n i e l s ,

$29,397,156

320,358
4

50,000
310,894
5

$29,712,866

$48,,580,575

$48,835,425

$1,000,000
1,413,359

$1,000,000
1,200,958

$2,500,000
2,546,684

$2,500,000
2,559,278

1,824,069
89,477

1,605,888
109,114

1,930,579
138,453

2,089,778
.147,579

LIABILITIES

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings banks..................................................................
Due New York State sav. and loan ass’ns, credit unions and land bank... .




D is c o u n t

525,000
151,058
6

257,971
6,909,946
5,347,732
4,840
3,095,074
180,017
417,455
429,979
1,571,215
53,204
72,578
5

$6,554,624
11,576,230
1,265,558
1,545,056
505,509
11,868,106
7,384,889
3,615
6,379,060
166,499
487,216
738,164

and

149,169
6,795.581
6,414,576
629
3,188,433
274,071
434,128
194,314

$7,993,264
11,648,992
1,265,558
1,505,006
395,151
10,628,021
6,978,745
1,633
6,603,920
158,982
539,232
541,709

D e p o s it

$3,685,273
6,523,019
1,164,558

Statement of
condition?
Nov. 12, 1919

of

$3,523,752
6,562,537
1,183,902

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

B anks

Total resources.................................................................................................

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

on

Stock and bond investments, viz. :
Public securities..................................................................................................
Private securities................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll. . .
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.........................................................
. .
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
Specie.....................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items.................................................................................................
Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets..........................
Customers’ liability on acceptances (ner contra, see liabilities).........................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents..........................................................................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

E l l io t t C . M c D o u g a l ,
G e o r g e A . M it c h e l l ,
J o s e p h M. W i l k i n s o n .

R eport

resources

C harles K en n ed y,
E d w ard L. K oon s,
H a r d i n H. L i t t e l l ,

Deposits by the State of New Y ork..................................................................
Deposits by the Superintendent of Banks of the State of New Y ork............
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
Due depositors, not preferred................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Bills payable.............................................................................................................
Rediscounts..............................................................................................................
Acceptances of drafts payable at a future date or authorized by commercial
letters of credit.....................................................................................................
Other liabilities........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

53,204
677,845
4

855,961
3

50,000
794,170
4

$29,712,866

$48,580,575

$48,835,425

13,402.073
5,582,809
1,957,000
2,680,995

16,519,317
5,858.038
2,000,000
476.500

525,000
710,371
O
$29,397,156

1 5 :>




310,000
30,000
124,004
31,651;743
3,944,344
4,634,525

182,000
30,000

Q uarterly S t a t em en ts

Total liabilities.................................................................................................

286,000
30,000
102,212
31,289,435
6,001,248
2,900,000

182,000
30,000

B artlett,

H. A.

B ea rd sley,
L u c y S. P i e r c e ,

OF

C A S T ILE

—

C a s t il e

E. F.

J. HARRY VAN ARSDALE,

DIRECTORS

D a van ey,
C l a r a D. V a n A r s d a l e ,

R o bert H o lm es,
C h as. A . V an A rsd ale,

resources

C ashier.

,

Statement of
conditionn
Nov. 12, 1919

13,714
117,493
208,741
231
10,648
1,746
3 580
|
452

$76,362
13,000
118,118
218,100
373
22,918
621
5,894
'300

$90,165
13,000
116,443
240,854
224
14,848
812
4,522
249

46,627
4

6,809
5

2,095
6

$82,338
13,000
110,343
287,035
256
27,524
860
6,358
775
262
2,076
4

$454,790

$462,500

$483,218

$530,831

and

$35,000
11,731
393,059
15,000

$35,000
8,590
410,191
8,717
2

$35,000
8,072
431,711
5,000
3,434
1

$35,000
11,199
462,162
19,000
3,469
1

D is c o u n t

$462,500

$483,218

$530,831

$ 5 1 ,5 5 4

LIABILITIES

Capital.......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
Total liabilities.................................................................................................




$454,790

D e p o s it

Total resources.................................................................................................

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

etc a lf

of

Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, less offsets.......................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................

W. M

B anks

Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

W.

on

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities........................................................ ........................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

H. W. K e l l o g g ,
J. H a r r y V a n A r s d a l e .

R eport

W. B.

BANK

[Organized 1917]

P resid en t.

154:

TH E
CHAS. A. VAN ARSDALE,

BANK OF CATTARAUGUS — Cattaraugus
H. C. RICH,
D. F.

[Main street; organized 1892]

P resid en t.

R undell,

V . i i i*

L ee ,

H e r b e r t C. R i c h ,
G. C l a u d e C a r e t ,

DIRECTORS
J. J. M c C a r t h y ,
J. W . W a t s o n .

RESOURCES

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

F. E. JOHNSON,
F. E.

Joh n son ,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

G. A.

C ashier.

M atteson ,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$462,449
67,026
12,500
23,025
40,000
210,000
316,399
80,160
13,808
35,000
2,000
2

$474,549
62,526
12,500
24,650
32,000
197,000
326,239
85,380
14,084
35,000
2,000
2

$452,619
59,216
12,500
24,200
32,000
221,000
328,545
85,051
14,195
35,000
2,000
1

Total resources.................................................................................................

$1,216,985

$1,262,369

$1,265,930

$1,266,327

$33,000
170,325

$33,000
167,479

$33,000
173,641

$33,000
171,516

31,110
27,000
33,836
836,037
95
60,000
25,579
3

41,269
27,000
1,938
949,042
619
15,000
27,018
4

29,397
24,000
1,938
945,021
30,921

26,032
24,000
1,926
981,784

28,008
4

28,068
1

$1,216,985

$1,262,369

$1,265,930

$1,266,327

LIABILITIES

Capital,.....................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits viz.:
Due New York State savings and loan assns., credit unions and land bank
Deposits by the State of New Y ork................................................ .................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Bills payable.............................................................................................................
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total liabilities




«o
d
!►
W
H
d
w

S tatem ents

$486,425
67,026
13,650
22,475
43,000
160,000
303,320
67,164
11,924
40,000
2,000
1

!l y

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities.................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll. . .
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

Oi
Cl

— C in c in n a t u s

GEO. A. HASKINS, Cashier.

[Organized 1899]
G e c . A. H a s k i n s ,

DIRECTORS
M a u d e L. C o r n in g ,

RESOURCES

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

3.
Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

B e l l e H a sk in s .

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$519,574

$536,096

$565,040

$576,498

Capital......................................................................................................
Surplus, including all Undivided profits...............................................
Preferred deposits, viz.: Other deposits secured by pledge of assets
Due depositors, not preferred................................................................
Other liabilities.......................................................................................
Add for cents...........................................................................................

$25,000
65,638
7,000
408,075
13,860
1

$25,000
55,837

$25,000
60,423

452,941
2,318

$25,000
58,788
7,000
469,452
4,800

484,285
6,790

Total liabilities................................................................................

$519,574

$536,096

$565,040

$576,498

LIABILITIES




D is c o u n t

Total resources.................................................................................................

and

$116,593
130,919
6,750
55,585
7,825
19,116
178,512
1,732
32,558
3,848
6,385
16,671
4

D e p o s it

$110,544
125,238
6,750
55,010
9,945
18,100
178,341
350
28,041
7,763
4,642
20,313
3

op

$96,066
115,407
6,750
49,110
9,945
15,009
180,010
414
21,662
3,826
11,662
26,232
3

B anks

Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

188,869
120,841
7,000
60,532
10,345
12,746
164,933
244
15,679
2,777
10,625
35,079
4

on

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities....................................................................................................
Private securities................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real e3t. coll...
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................

M a r y C . M in e r ,

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 19ig

R eport

. . .
B. R. C o r n in g .

President.

156

THE BANK OF CINCINNATI^
B. R. CORNING,

BANK
WILLIAM J. WARD,

P resid en t.

OF

C O NEY

IS L A N D
DIRECTORS

W il l ia m C . C o u r t n e y ,
F r e d W . K is t e r ,

H arry W . D e M ott,
G . H . M a il e y ,

—

C

o n ey

I

slan d

[Surf avenue; organized 1909]
C h a r l e s L. F e l t m a n ,
P h il ip I. N a s h ,

resources

Stock and bond investments, viz. :
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

$431,364
488,052
5,000
14,250
3,950
393,414
152,073
31
68,149
21,021
118,000
2,659
9,672
18,070
3

$467,184
655,359

$1,725,708

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

12,250
3,950
843,314
233,617
186
97,189
84,960
340,520
10,515
95,714
14,449
4

$568,277
692,399
44,820
12 ^125
3,450
1,935,908
150,739
215
285,174
100,685
262,333
6,190
72,229
28,438
4

$556,247
759,625
45,000
12,125
3,300
1,538,192
160,445
327
127,664
70,310
169,730
7,422
63,324
39,613
5

$2,859,211

$4,162,986

$3,553,329

$100,000
65,948

$100,000
73,495

$200,000
133,617

42,404
20,000
51,142
2,576,432
3,284
1

42,404
20,000
96,073
3,809,638
21,374
2

42,683
30,000
100,088
3,014,328
26,611
2

$2,859,211

$4,162,986

$3,553,329

LIABILITIES

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings banks.................................................................
DeDosits by the State of New Y o r k .................................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total liabilities.................................................................................................




$100,000
59,447'
41,851
20,000
84,091
1,415,032
5,2S5
2
$1,725,708

Statem ents

Total resources.................................................................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

C ashier.

J a m e s T. K e n t ,
W i l l i a m J. W a r d .

Q uarterly

Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll. . .
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items...............................................................................................................
Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets..........................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

J a m e s M. G r a y ,
W . A. N orw ood,

G. H. MAILEY,
W m . F. M a n g e l s ,
L e w i s M. P o t t e r ,

P resid en t.

—

158

BAN K OF CORFU
CYRUS W. CARRIER,

C orfu

ALBERT F. BANGERT,

[Organized 1908]
DIRECTORS

C yrus

W.

C a r r ie r ,

D a l l a s A. S u m n e r ,
D a v id J. S c o t t ,

P e r r y E. W u r s t ,
M ic h a e l D il l o n .

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$647,694

$661,663

Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Deposits by the State of New Y ork..................................................................

$25,000
34,794

$25,000
31,545

$25,000
40,526

$25,000
42,167

14,500
15,001
500,512
3,000
2

14,500

13,000

13,000

Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................

553,336
13,500
1

565,092
4,075
1

573,920
7,575
1

$592,809

$637,882

$647,694

$661,663




is c o u n t

$637,882

D

$592,809

LIABILITIES

and

$50,934
62,725
45,349
40,981
29,308
335,260
136
71,411
3,001
15,374
7,180
4

e p o s it

$43,940
88,346
47,049
45,431
50,107
301,230
122
50,893
3,513
12,015
5,043
5

D

$56,753
63,668
49,149
40,744
35,167
286,596
40
80,303
4,708
14,514
6,235
5

$89,784"
32,690
42,075
35,181
19,680
284,063
150
70,574
3,570
11,692
3,346
4

of

Total resources.................................................................................................

C ashier.

O r l o W . W r ig h t ,

B anks

Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................. ' .............................

B an gert,

o n

Stock and bond investments, viz. :
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll. . .
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

F.

eport

resources

A lbert

R

E r n e s t T. S u m n e r ,
L eonard D . W agn er,

BAN K OF CUBA IN N E W Y O R K
W. A. MERCHANT,

P resid en t.

W. A.

J. T.

M ebchant,

M onahan,

—

N e w

Y ork

[No. 34 Wall street; organized 1916]
M. J.

C. F. PLARRE,

DIRECTORS
M u ephy,

H e n b y M. E a r l e ,
W m . A. P b e n d e b g a s t .

RESOU RCES

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
F e b . 2 1 , 1919

P elayo

R ie b a ,

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it io n
J u n e 3 0 , 1 91 9

$134,682
318,234
503,202
596
96,508
100,000
12,495
19,600
31,699
4

$142,477
502,000
554,150

Total resources.................................................................................................

S t a te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
S e p t. 12, 1 91 9

M.

Cashier.

M otley,

S t a te m e n t o f
c o n d it io n
N o v . 12, 1 91 9

$129,810
560,696
513479
4,775
218,365
80,000
82,097
72,250
38,472
2

$1,217,020

$1,550,859

$2,381,012

$1,699,946

$100,000
86,678
957,812
45,000

$100,000
86,161
1,317,576

$100,000
95,567
2,165,305

$100,000
105,107
1,417,355

19,600
7,929
1

40,000
7,121
1

14,000
6,139
1

72,250
5,233
1

$1,217,020

$1,550,859

$2,381,012

$1,699,946

LIABILITIES

Capital...................................................................................................................... '
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Due depositors, not preferred................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Acceptances of drafts payable at a future date or authorized by commercial
letters of credit.....................................................................................................
Other liabilities........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total liabilities.................................................................................................




S tatem ents

66,797
80,000
96,309
40,000
69,124
2

$146,823
792,219
469,267
6,788
740,890
80,000
77,870
14,000
53,153
2

Q uarterly

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...............................................
...
...............................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Customers’ liability on acceptances (per contra, see liabilities).........................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

Jam es

Ot
o

160

BANK OF DELEVAN

—

D elevan

[Main street; organized 1913]

P resid en t.

C. A. METCALF,

C ash ier

DIRECTORS
R . C . P in g r e y ,

E. >. O yer,
S
J. O . W a l l d o r f f .

V. R. L ynde,
C . R . Sprou l,

.1, B . H o w e ,
C . A . M e t c a i .f .

RESOU RCES

C . S. P e r s o n s ,

S ta te m e n t of
c o n d it i o n
J u n e 3 0 , 1 919

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d i tio n
S e p t . 12, 1 919

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
12, 1 91 9

N ov.

Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................

1 ,0 5 0
3

1,100
2

1,100
2

Total resources.................................................................................................

$246,075

$234,378

$263,494

$303,996

$25,000
12,890
12,000
195,134
1,050
1

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0

Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.: Deposits by the State of New York...........................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................

12,551
12,000
213,727
1,300

$25,000
13,027
11,000
213,366
1,100
1

$25,000
14,755
11,000
251,991
1,250

Total liabilities.................................................................................................

$246,075

$264,378

$233,494

$303,996

Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................

L IA B IL IT IE S




D is c o u n t

15.500
16.500
121,413
314
20,694
887
8,904

Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll.. . .
Loans and discounts secured bv other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................

and

16,000
17,000
115,102
187
44,460
1,437
5,750

$101,607
500
6,000
5,000
148,683
215
30,149
766
8,843
980
1,250
3

D e p o s it

$78,180

of

$63,360

Public securities.........................................

B anks

$43,967
1,000
16,000
17,000
113,808
194
45,310
1,062
6,339
342

Stock and bond investments, viz.:

on

S t a te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
F e b . 21, 1 91 9

E . L. Jon es,

R eport

R. C. PINGREY,

BANK OF DEPEW
ELM ER J. NASH,

—

D epew

[94 Main street; organized 1919]

P resid en t.

S. JAY OHART,

C a sh ier.

DIRECTORS
rn est

F lyler,

W il l ia m F . O ’ C o n n e r ,
S. J a y O h a r t ,

E ly * i n B . R o w l e y ,
’
J o h n B . F a is a n t ,

RESOU RCES

S t a te m e n t o f
c o n d it io n
F e b . 21, 1919

A lbert N elson,
N ew ell M cD onald.
S t a te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
J u n e 3 0 , 1 91 9

A

.

R

aym ond

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it io n
S e p t . 12, 1 91 9

T

r e m a in e ,

S t a te m e n t o f
c o n d it io n
N o v . 12, 1 9 1 9

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real es. coll.. . .
Loan®

d is c o u n t s a n d h ills

purchased not secured bv collateral.........................

Total resources.................................................................................................

$19,583
26,590
19,500
52,250
31,461
15,151
628
13,2-39
15
7,120
2
$185,537

L IA B IL IT IE S

CaDital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits.
Due depositors, not preferred...............
Other liabilities.......................................
Add for cents...........................................
Total liabilities.




$50,000
13,195
121,847
494
1

$185,537

sxiiSKftXYxg xxasx^Yflf)

O i E

E l m e r ,T. N a s h ,
M a r y K u c c z y n s k i,

TH E B AN K OF EAST AURORA — E a s t A u r o r a
HENRY H. PERSONS,
A sher B. E mery ,

P resid en t.

M ichael D. H ym an ,
James W . P ersons,

[656 Main street; organized 1882]
DIRECTORS
A rthur E. H ammond ,
A rthur L. M itchell ,
John J. Sly .
E lwyn A. W arner ,

RESOURCES

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities....................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Real estate owned...................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real es. co ll....
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
Specie.........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items.......................
.
. . .
Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets..........................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents................................................................
.............................
Total resources.................................................................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

a*

GEORGE D. BRIGGS,
H enry H. Persons,
E lbert H ubbard , 2nd .
Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

C a sh ier.

R ichard S. P ersons,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$ 2 6 4 ,6 8 9
1 9 0 ,6 4 6
2 1 ,7 9 8
7 4 ,8 4 1
9 5 ,5 5 4
2 4 5 ,2 2 2
4 7 1 ,4 5 5
5 ,2 6 1
4 5 ,8 1 9
5 ,3 9 7
1 4 ,5 8 1
1 ,1 2 4
1 8 ,0 7 1
2 ,0 0 0
5

$ 2 4 3 ,7 9 5
1 8 0 ,2 7 4
1 8 ,9 5 7
8 6 ,7 8 2
9 3 ,7 4 4
2 5 3 ,9 7 3
4 8 5 ,9 1 1
2 ,4 0 3
6 6 ,0 7 9
4 ,8 7 3
1 5 ,7 9 0
1 ,8 8 9

4 ,0 0 0
7

$ 3 4 1 ,3 7 2
1 6 5 ,4 1 2
2 1 ,8 2 3
6 0 ,3 4 0
1 0 0 ,0 8 9
2 4 1 ,8 7 2
4 6 1 ,4 5 0
204
4 9 ,6 3 2
6 ,6 6 5
1 2 ,3 7 9
3 ,4 6 2
4 2 ,9 6 2
1 ,7 0 0
5

$ 1 ,3 7 1 ,5 0 5

$ 1 ,5 0 9 ,3 6 7

$ 1 ,4 5 6 ,4 6 3

$ 1 ,4 5 7 ,2 2 5

$ 3 5 0 ,3 6 9
1 4 8 ,7 2 1
2 4 ,9 7 1
5 5 ,3 7 9
1 0 1 ,5 7 7
2 3 2 ,7 5 9
3 9 7 ,5 6 2
111
3 4 ,6 6 4
9 ,0 3 8
11,.549
798

2 ,7 4 8

S

LIABILITIES

Capital.......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings banks..................................................................
Denosits by the State of New Y ork..................................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Bills pava1 le....................................................................................................
Other liabilities.......................................................................................................
Add for cents..........................................................................................................

$ 7 5 ,0 0 0
3 7 ,7 2 3

$ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0
4 0 ,9 9 2

$ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0
4 2 ,6 8 0

$100,000
44,655

3 0 .0 0 0
1 4 .0 0 0
7 0 .0 0 0
1 ,1 3 7 ,1 6 9

3 0 .0 0 0
2 2 .0 0 0
2 3 ,0 0 0
1 ,2 2 8 ,4 6 9

30.000
22.000
5.000
1,239,258

7,612
1

3 0 ,2 4 9
2 4 .0 0 0
2 1 ,1 7 4
1 ,2 4 3 ,6 3 8
4 5 .0 0 0
4 ,3 1 2
2

10,312
2

16,312
1

Total liabilities.................................................................................................

$1,371,505

$1,509,367

$1,456,463

$1,457,225




BAN K OF ELBA

SAMUEL PARKER, President.
Sam uel Parker,

E d w a r d A. W a s h b u r n ,
H . Bert P arker,

—

E lba

W. E. SMITH, Cashier..

[O ized 1916]
rgan
DIRECTORS

W m . H. C o l e ,
F reem an E dgerton,

Jo se ph S. W tlfo r d ,
W. E. S m i t h ,

RESOU RCES

Stock and bond investments, viz.: Public securities.........................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral.............................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
F e b . 2 1 , 191 9

E a r l W . H ttndredm ark,
B e r t C . W il l ia m s .

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
J u n e 30, 1919

L eonard B urr,

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
S e p t . 12, 1 91 9

S t a te m e n t o f
c o n d it io n
N o v . 12, 1919

$ 7 2 ,4 9 5
4 ,1 3 7

$ 6 0 ,9 9 4
4 ,0 8 7

$ 9 3 ,4 0 1
4 ,0 8 7

$ 1 4 9 ,8 4 1
4 ,0 3 7

Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents..........................................................................................................

2 ,5 1 8
2 ,0 0 0
7 8 ,1 5 7
75
4 6 ,9 0 4
1 ,1 4 9
1 0 ,9 1 2
5 ,1 0 5
3 ,1 6 2
2

2 ,5 1 8
3 ,0 0 0
6 5 ,0 5 0
100
4 7 ,7 5 1
1 ,0 9 3
5 ,9 7 1
1 ,2 8 2
3 ,2 5 0
3

2 ,5 1 8
5 ,0 0 0
6 2 ,2 2 6
175
6 3 ,9 0 8
1 ,0 1 2
8 ,3 9 1
5 ,6 7 8
3 ,2 2 7
2

2 ,5 1 8
5 ,0 0 0
7 1 ,8 2 0
125
6 0 ,2 4 4
929
5 ,2 2 2
1 ,2 5 7
3 ,2 2 7
3

Total resources.................................................................................................

$ 2 2 6 ,6 1 6

$ 1 9 5 ,0 9 9

$ 2 4 9 ,6 2 5

$ 3 0 4 ,2 2 3

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0
9 ,4 4 6
9 ,0 0 0
1 8 2 ,5 2 0
650

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0
7 ,9 3 0
9 ,0 0 0
1 5 2 ,5 6 8
600
1

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0
9 ,3 9 2
8 ,0 0 0
2 0 6 ,6 3 3
600

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0
9 ,2 9 9
8 ,0 0 0
2 6 1 ,3 2 3
60Q

$226,616

$ 1 9 5 ,0 9 9

* 2 4 9 .6 2 5

*3 0 4 .2 2 3

Specie..............................................................................................................

L IA B IL IT IE S

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.: DeDosits by the State of New York..........................
Due depositors, not preferred................................................................................
Other liabilities.......................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total liabilities...............................................................................................




1

OS.

OS;

c&

TH E B A N K OF ELLICOTTYILLE
C. A. CASE,
C. A.

C ase,

W. D.

—

E l l i c o t t v il l e

[Organized 1891]

P resid en t.
W alrath,

J. O. C l a r k ,
W. W. C l a r k .

DIRECTORS
Ira

RESOURCES

T.

J. M. JUNKER,
G leason ,

W. J.

F r a n k F it z p a t r ic k ,

C a sh ier.

W eller,

HP
S t a te m e n t o f
c o n d it io n
F e b . 2 1 , 1 91 9

S ta te m e n t of
c o n d it io n
J u n e 3 0 , 1919

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
S e p t . 12, 1919

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
N o v . 12, 191 9

$137,000
3,700
12,350

$122,200
3,700
11,446

$162,031
3,700
11,446

$157,181
6,916
10,150

23,894
77,010
212,045
821
129,045
2,656
27,968
2,239
3

25,366
101,906
208,953
347
148,625
3,219
23,972
93
2

24,827
171,338
188,176
517
160,634
17,086
2,763
207
3

7,104
235,650
175,344
876
155,916
3,305
20,808
335
4

$628,731

$649,829

$742,728

$779,589

Capital.......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................

$50,000
50,054
528,676
1

$50,000
50,985
548,843
1

$50,000
53,409
639,318
1

$50,000
55,053
674,526

Total liabilities.................................................................................................

$628,731

$649,829

$742,728

$779,589

Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral...............................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
Specie.........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total resources.................................................................................................
LIABILITIES




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BAN K OF FARM INGDALE
M A R T IN M E Y E R , President.

—

F a r m in g d a l e

[Main street; organized 1907]

JOHN S. BAYLIS, Cashier.

DIRECTORS
H enry A . B row n ,
C harles H . Jon es,

E d w a r d ,T. C o o p f .r ,
W m . H . K in g s t o n ,
M a r t in M e y e r ,

E m ir D e b r o d t ,
P eter V . K etch am ,
A lbert D . IIa ff,

H a l s t e a d H . F r o s t , J b .,
A lo n zo P . W h it s o n ,
C h a r l e s E . S m it h .

RESOURCES

Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items...................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents.........................................
Total resources.........................................

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

$ 1 1 2 ,2 4 3
•54 ,5 73
1 2 ,9 6 8
5 4 ,6 0 0
16', 293
1 8 ,5 7 1
9 4 ,4 8 8

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

2 4 ,3 5 2
1 ,8 5 2
1 1 ,0 8 7
87
7 ,3 7 1
6

1 9 ,4 3 2
2', 177
1 2 ,3 0 3
472
8 ,2 1 4
5

$ 1 1 2 ,6 9 4
8 6 887
1 2 /9 3 8
5 3 ,5 5 0
1 1 ,4 6 3
3 6 ,8 0 5
9 0 '8 4 2
' 109
4 0 ,3 3 5
3 ,9 6 3
1 0 ,5 2 5
397
8 . 895
6

$ 4 1 7 ,5 7 8

$ 4 0 8 ,4 9 4

$ 4 4 5 ,3 4 8

$ 4 6 9 ,4 7 5

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0
1 9 ,5 9 2

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0
2 1 ,1 7 2

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0
2 1 ,3 0 5

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0
2 2 ,5 0 3

5 .0 0 0
1 3 ,0 0 0
7 .0 0 0
3 4 2 ,6 7 3
949

5 ,0 0 0
1 3 ,0 0 0

5 ,0 0 0
1 2 ,0 0 0
7 ,0 0 0
3 5 9 ,3 7 8
2 ,0 8 3

5 ,0 0 0
1 2 ,0 0 0

$ 9 3 ,2 2 8
8 8 ,6 9 5
1 2 ,9 6 8
5 8 ,7 0 0
1 3 ,8 6 8
8 6 ,8 3 5
28
2 3 ,0 7 2
3 ,8 2 1
8 ,5 3 0
779
8 ,5 1 8
5

$ 1 1 4 ,0 3 0
6 8 ,6 5 8
1 2 ,9 6 8
4 8 ,6 0 0
4 4 ,1 6 8
5 3 ,5 8 2
9 0 ,7 3 4

3

LIABILITIES

3 1 9 ,7 6 4
1 ,8 1 2

4 0 1 ,1 4 3

A 276

20 000
4 ,3 6 3

1
$ 4 1 7 ,5 7 8

2 ,7 4 5

1
$ 4 0 8 ,4 9 4

3 ,6 0 1

1
$ 4 4 5 ,3 4 8

2 ,5 4 6

1
$ 4 6 9 ,4 7 5

165

Capital...................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings banks..................................................................................
Deposits b y the State of New Y ork ..................................................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
Due depositors, not preferred...............................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Bills payable....................................
Other liabilities.........................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total liabilities.........................................................................................................




Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

G eorge B e n k ert,
I r v in g B . S q u ir e ,

Quarterly S tatements

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities.....................................................................................
Private securities...................................................
Real estate owned....................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll. . .
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..............................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts......................................
from trust companies, banks and bankers..................................................

C h a r l e s O . S c h m id t ,
P ercy L. H a ll,

TH E BANK OF GENESEE — B a t a v i a
W. G. P O L LA R D , President.
F r a n k W. B a l l a r d ,
J e s s e A. H a w k i n s ,

[97 Main street; organized 1888]

W. C o l l i n s C a s e y ,
E. A. J u d d ,
J o h n W. P r a t t ,

DIRECTORS
E. A.
E. T.

F r a n k J. D e C o t ,
G u y E. L o w n ,
L o u is W ia r d ,

F r ie d l e y ,
M o y n ih a n ,
G e o . A. B r i d g e ,

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

B.

G leason ,
W. G. P o l l a r d ,
G e o r g e H. P a d d o c k .

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

B u ch h oltz,
G e o r g e E. P e r k i n ,

Statement of
coadition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condi tion
Nov. 12, 1919

Stock and bond investments, viz.:

Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real es. coll. .. .
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................

Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets..........................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total resources.................................................................................................

$451,450
15,100
25|
500
190,688
191,493
465,182
679
34,738
6,160
23,400
2,584
66,705
9,091
3
$1,482,773

$480,793
15'100
41'500
200,596
197,344
394^000
1,105
40,934
7,119
13,148
4,563
66,129
6,994
5
$1,469,330

$476,293
15,100
41,500
184,879
171,648
448,306
1,462
38,847
5,981
30,969
3,800
69,156
10,069
4
$1,498,014

$410,451
15,100
41,500
198,851
234,121
435.775
6] 872
20,085
7,468
22,015
3,858
69,120
9,102
3
$1,474,321

$100,000
109,073

$100,000
115,694

$100,000
119,610

$100,000
128,324

54,014
28,000
913
975,273
175,000
34,161
6'337
2
$1,482,773

29,433
28,000
913
1,048,913
140,000

21,387
28,000
924
1,121,267
100,000

13,676
28,000
924
1,037,523
110,000

6,376
1
$1,469,330

6,825
1
$1,498,014

7,868
3
$1,474,321

LIABILITIES

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings and loan associations, credit unions and land
bank...................................................................................................................
Deposits by the State of New Y ork..................................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
Due depositors, not preferred................................................................................
Bills payable.............................................................................................................
Rediscounts..............................................................................................................
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total liabilities.........................................................................................................




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R eport on B anks op D eposit and D iscount

RESOURCES

G EO RG E E. P E R R IN , Cashier.
F red

BAN K OF GOUVERNEUR
HERBERT G. ALDRICH,
W arren

W.

H arvey,

H erbert

G

A l d r ic h ,

—

G ou verneur

JAMES 0. SHELDON,

[93 Main street; organized 1879]

P resid en t.
Jam es

O.

DIRECTORS
Sh e l d o n ,

D a v id

RESOURCES

S cholton,

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

A r c h ie

F.

M cA llaster,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

J am es

C ash ier.

C.

D olan.

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

Other currency authorized by the laws of the United State?.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents........................................................ ...................................................

$160,170
342,800
18,000
27,015
41,955
300,818
3.80,477
308
100,508
7,385
23,272
1,807
150,714
4

$381,995
331,825
18,000
20,250
38,869
252,781
447,849
309
102,812
9,017
34,142
7,159
125,157
3

$381,070
401.850
18,000
16,870
38,600
253,606
497,673
219
182,711
8,157
23,304
1,524
150,188
2

$397,250
378,820
18,000
18,345
43,300
283,765
543,166
212
133,808
8,338
30,675
20,878
94,461
2

Total resources.................................................................................................

$1,855,233

$1,770,168

$1,976,774

$1,969,020

LIABILITIES

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings and loan associations, credit unions and land banki
Deposits by the State of New Y ork ..................................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Bills payable.............................................................................................................
Other liabilities........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

$100,000
120,381

$100,000
115,167

$100,000
123,355

$100,000
126,136

6,136
45.000
53.000
1,309,812
28
210,000
10,875
1

34,200
40,500
9,500
1,461,925

23,993
36.000
71.000
1,610,099
51

18,844
36,000
8,000
1,659,929
334

8,875
1

12,275
1

19,775
2

Total liabilities.........................................................................................................

$1,855,233

$1,770,168

$1,976,774

$1,969,020




Q uarterly Statements

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities.................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real es. c o ll... .
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................

G.

BAN K OF GOW ANDA
W M . H. B A R D , President.
R ic h a r d W il h e l m ,

—

G o w an d a

£

[8 Main street; organized 1890]

F r a n k l in E . B a r d ,
D a n ie l B . F o rbttsh ,

W m . H.
E dw ard

ST A N L E Y A. NEILSON, Cashier.

DIRECTORS
B ard,
C. M u g r i d g e ,

W alter W . W elsh ,
C arl W . G u lley.

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

J.

M entley,

H enry

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

L.

M oench,

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$ 7 1 8 ,5 5 9

$ 8 3 0 ,5 0 4

$ 9 0 4 ,4 5 4

$ 8 7 6 ,0 8 3

$ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0
3 7 ,2 1 0

$ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0
3 9 ,4 7 4

$ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0
4 4 ,2 1 2

$ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0
4 4 ,8 6 0

5 ,2 5 2
2 5 \000
5 2 5 ,7 3 7
1 9 ,0 0 0
6,3.60

6 ,9 7 3
2 5 ,0 0 0
6 5 3 ,9 2 5

2 ,0 1 8

3 ,1 1 7
7 2 1 ,5 0 4

5 ,1 3 1
1

7 2 9 ,1 4 3
2 3 ,0 0 0
6 , 0S0
1

$ 7 1 8 ,5 5 9

$ 8 3 0 ,5 0 4

$ 9 0 4 ,4 5 4

$ 8 7 6 ,0 3 3

LIABILITIES

Capital..............................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits............................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings and loan ass’ns, credit unions and land bank.
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets..................................... '.............
Due depositors, not preferred...........................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Other liabilities.................................................................................................
Add for cents....................................................................................................
Total liabilities




6 ,6 0 0
2

D is c o u n t

Total resources..........................................................................................

and

$ 8 9 ,9 0 0
7 9 ,0 6 0
2 0 ,0 0 0
4 2 ,8 2 5
3 6 ,9 4 2
2 6 6 ,7 8 3
2 0 4 ,3 6 8
35
1 0 1 ,6 9 6
1 ,6 1 0
2 0 ,6 0 0
8 ,3 9 1
3 ,8 7 2
3

D e p o s it

$ 1 3 7 ,5 5 0
6 4 ,2 8 5
2 0 ,0 0 0
4 5 .1 2 5
3 6 ,1 7 7
2 2 2 ,4 6 5
1 7 7 ,8 0 5
13
1 5 8 ,0 9 6
1 ,2 0 4
3 5 ,3 0 0
1 ,3 3 0
5 ,1 0 0
4

of

$ 1 7 9 ,7 4 4
4 9 ,7 5 0
2 0 ,0 0 0
4 7 ,7 7 5
3 7 ,2 1 6
1 9 5 ,3 8 1
1 7 1 ,0 6 3
12
1 0 0 ,8 7 2
1 ,9 3 0
1 9 ,8 0 0
1 ,8 6 2
5 ,0 9 5
4

B anks

$ 1 3 2 ,3 9 4
4 4 ,7 5 0
2 0 ,0 0 0
4 8 ,7 9 4
3 8 ,7 9 4
1 8 9 ,1 7 6
1 9 1 ,2 2 8
12
3 0 ,7 2 6
1 ,0 3 0
1 6 ,7 0 0
1 ,4 5 0
3 ,5 0 2
3

on

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities............................................................................................
Private securities...........................................................................................
Real estate owned.............................................................................................
Mortgages owned..............................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll...
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..............................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.......................
Overdrafts.........................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers................................................
Specie................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States...........................
Cash items........................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads................................................
Add for cents....................................................................................................

R eport

resources

G eorge

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BAN K OF GREAT N ECK
RO SW ELL E L D R ID G E , President.
W m.

A

E. L e w is ,

u s t in

H ic k s ,

R
C

osw ell
h as.

E

G. M

l d iu d g e ,
eyer,

—

G r eat

N eck

[Organized 1906]

AUSTIN HICKS.. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S
W a l t e r E. F r e w ,
J. F r e d F a t g l e ,
M oses R . S c h e n c k ,
J. L o u i s S c h a e f e r ,

resources

S to c k a n d b o n d in v e s t m e n ts , v iz .:
P u b lic s e c u r it ie s . ..........................................................................................
P r iv a t e s e c u r it ie s ....................................................................................................................
R e a l e s ta te o w n e d .......................................................................................................................
M o r t g a g e s o w n e d ..........................................................................................................................
L o a n s a n d d is c o u n t s s e c u r e d b y o t h e r c o lla te r a l.............................................................
L o a n s , d is c o u n t s a n d b ills p u r c h a s e d n o t s e cu re d b y c o lla t e r a l...............................
O v e r d r a f t s ..........................................................................................................................
D u e fr o m t r u s t c o m p a n ie s , b a n k s a n d b a n k e r s ................................................................
S p e c i e .....................................................................................................................................................
O th e r c u r r e n c y a u t h o r iz e d b y t h e la w s o f th e U n ite d S t a t e s ....................................
C a s h i t e m s ...........................................................................................................................................
A s s e ts n o t in c lu d e d in a n y o f t h e a b o v e h e a d s ................................................................
A d d fo r c e n t s ......................................................................................................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21. 1919

W. R. G
D

a n ie l

C l ia s . H . G r e g o r y ,

race,

S. W

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

oolley.

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$105,017
440,417
12,307
86,950
182,100
42 \
541
185
41,891
9,551
22,748
2,557
45,667
7

$115,055
404 658
41,201
83,950
244,168
46i470
228
43,061
4,231
21,800
109
16,171
3

$109,017
420 695
6,432
87,550
236,284
44'227
4
17,191
8T13
19,052

T o t a l r e s o u r c e s ........................................................................................................................
L IA B IL IT IE S
C a p i t a l ...................................................................................................................................................
S u rp lu s, in c lu d in g all u n d iv id e d p r o fit s ...............................................................................
D u e d e p o s ito r s , n o t p r e fe r r e d ....................................................................................................
O t h e r lia b ilit ie s ..................................................................................................................................
A d d fo r c e n t s ......................................................................................................................................

$890,155

$991,938

$1,021,105

$1,008,280

$50,000
69,216
766,959
3,979
1

$50,000
77,610
861,130
3,197
1

$50,000
81,169
885,245
4,689
2

$50,000
85,239
866 \
349
6,692

T o t a l l ia b ilit ie s .........................................................................................................................

$890,155

$991,938

$1,021,105

$1,008,280




55,755
5

Q uarterly S tatem ents

$61,040
443,253
12,337
84,650
157,686
35,777
3
24,740
10,083
9,245
364
50,972
5

SO

BANK
D . C. PIERCE, President.
D. C .
L. M.

OF

HAM BURGH

—

H

^

am burg

[Main street; organized 1883]

OTHO CHURCHILL, Cashier.

<=
>

DIRECTORS
P ie r c e ,
P otter,

A n d r e w St e in ,
F r e d e r ic E a t o n ,

Ja c o b H atjck ,
Joh n S choepfltn,

G eorge J. B ren del,
G e o . L. P o m e r o y ,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$100,000
103,348

$100,000
103,696

$100,000
103,076

$100,000
106,966

5,326
21,000
12,338
1,270,729
65,000

2,433
21,000
17,338
1,254,277
60,000
50,824
2,630
16,165
3
$1,628,366

6,074
19,000
36,367
1,315,477

4,934
19,000
13,425
1,380,566

50,824
11,504
8,923
2
$1,651,247

5,525
15,167
3
$1,645,586

LIABILITIES

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State sav. and loan assn’s, credit unions and land bank. .. .
Deposits by the State of New Y ork ..................................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Bills pavable.............................................................................................................
Rediscounts...............................................................................................................
A c’t ’ces of drafts p’y ’bie at a future date or auth’d by com. letters of credit
Other liabilities.......................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total liabilities.................................................................................................




2,324
6,848
3
$1,586,916

O D is c o u n t

$232,695
267,213
35.000
185,885
40,990
140,415
526,343
895
128,904
10,770
58,945
5,525
12.000
6
$1,645,586

an

$235,523
268,663
42,875
162,010
41,948
188,487
483,030
388
130,718
10,569
63,895
11,504
11,632
5
$1,651,247

D e p o s it

$299,220
268,838
42,875
141,035
42,335
162,754
423,923
565
149,937
7,154
72,877
2,630
14,218
5
$1,628,366

ok

$386,420
279,225
43,375
138,485
65,076
181,421
278,242
233
138,324
13,511
49,276
2,324
11,000
4
$1,586,916

B anks

Stock and bond investments, viz. :
Public securities....................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Real estate owned..................................................................................................
Mortgages owned...................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll.
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Specie.......................................................-................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Customers’ liability on acceptances (per contra, see liabilities).........................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total resources.................................................................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

W m. K ronenberg,
C h a s . B. K r o n e n b e r g .

B eporT on

resources

Jaco b P e f f e r ,
O t h o C h u r c h il l ,

TH E
LEON J. MASSON,
J. W.

D a v is ,

BANK

OF

HAM M ONDSPORT

—

H

am m o nd spo rt

[Park street; organized 1900]

P resid en t.
H . M . C h a m p io n ,
C. L. W a t e r s

L. J. M a s s o n ,
O . B r tjn d ag e,

DIRECTORS

W. E. HUNTER,

C . J. C o r y e l l ,
W . E. H unter.

r esou rces

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

A.

E. D epew ,

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$ 2 1 6 ,3 6 4
2 9 8 ,3 9 5
4 ,0 0 0
5 1 ,6 5 2
1 6 ,6 9 1
5 4 ,8 0 1
2 0 9 ,9 3 9
788
9 7 ,7 1 5
1 ,5 8 0
1 6 ,5 8 8
41
3 5 ,9 3 2
31
6

$ 1 5 6 ,4 1 4
3 1 3 ,7 4 5
4 ,0 0 0
4 8 ,0 0 2
1 6 ,6 9 1
3 8 ,8 0 2
2 4 3 ,0 1 3
492
8 0 ,5 9 8
1 ,2 3 0
2 2 '0 9 7
108
3 4 ,0 2 5
26
5

$ 1 6 7 ,3 6 4
3 2 8 ,3 7 0
4 ,0 0 0
4 6 ,9 5 2
1 5 ,1 9 1
2 8 ,5 6 0
2 9 9 ,4 2 1
343
3 0 .4 6 9
2 ,1 5 3
1 7 ,6 3 1
181
3 5 ,0 2 4
26
5

$ 1 5 1 ,0 6 4
4 1 7 ,1 5 9
4 ,0 0 0
4 6 ,1 5 2
1 5 ,1 8 6

$ 1 ,0 0 4 ,5 2 3

$ 9 5 9 ,2 4 8

$ 9 7 5 ,6 9 0

$ 1 ,1 7 1 ,5 8 0

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0
7 8 ,0 6 5

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0
8 2 ,9 7 6

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0
8 4 ,6 1 4

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0
8 8 ,6 0 6

1 ,4 9 9
1 8 ,0 0 0
5 8 ,5 2 1
7 9 1 ,9 5 0
116

1 ,9 7 9
1 8 ,0 0 0
2 2 ,4 1 6
7 7 8 ,6 3 3
1 ,4 0 3
3 ,8 3 9

1 ,2 9 4
1 6 ,0 0 0
2 1 ,4 4 3
9 8 4 ,9 1 7

2

5 ,9 7 6
1 6 ,0 0 0
3 1 ,4 7 3
7 7 9 ,9 0 1
492
7 ,2 3 1
3

$ 9 5 9 ,2 4 8

$ 9 7 5 ,6 9 0

$ 1 ,1 7 1 ,5 8 0

W
3 3 8 ,4 4 9
36
9 5 ,8 1 4
1 ,5 8 2
1 8 ,2 5 9
337
4 5 ,9 5 5
26
5

LIABILITIES

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Prefened deposits, viz.:
Due New York State sav. and loan ass’ns, credit unions and land bank. .. .
Deposits by the State of New Y ork..................................................................
Other deposits secured bv pledge of assets.......................................................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total liabilities.................................................................................................




6,369
3
$ 1 ,0 0 4 ,5 2 3

o
<3

3
9 ,3 1 5

2

tei
W
S tatem en ts

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities.................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real estate coll.
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Specie................................... .....................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items.................................................................................................................
Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets..........................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total resources.................................................................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

M onroe W h eeler,

C a sh ier.

BANK
JOSEPH H. B C G A R T , President.
J ohn A A lbertson ,
E d w a r d L. F r o s t ,

OF

H EM PSTEAD

HARBOR

— -R

[Organized 1906]

oslyn

H O W ARD C. H EG EM AN , Cashier.

DIRECTORS

T hom as W . A lbertson ,
H o w a r d C, H e g e m a n ,
Joh n F . R e m se n ,

J o h n C. B a k e r ,
F r e d e r i c k C. H i c k s ,
R alph T u bby,

J oseph H . B o g a r t ,
Sam uel H oo per,
F r e d e r ic k E . W T l l it s ,

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
S e p t . 12, 1 919

S ta te m e n t of
c o n d it i o n
N o v . 12, 1919

$ 1 ,2 3 4 ,9 2 4

$ 9 2 7 ,1 6 5

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits.................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due Neve York State savings banks.................................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
Deposits otherwise preferred..............................................................................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Bills payable.............................................................................................................
Other liabilities........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

$ 3 0 ,0 0 0
8 8 ,8 2 5

$ 3 0 ,0 0 0
9 2 ,6 9 6

$ 3 0 ,0 0 0
8 8 ,7 5 0

$ 3 0 ,0 0 0
9 3 ,5 3 5

1 2 ,1 4 9

1 6 ,1 0 3

2 2 ,9 3 1
8 8 ,9 0 9

2 2 ,4 0 3
1 0 ,0 0 0

6 7 ,0 0 0
6 8 3 ,4 4 9
889

8 8 2 ,1 0 3

1 ,0 0 3 ,2 0 2

7 6 9 ,0 5 6

1 ,0 0 5
1

3 0 ,0 0 0
2 ,6 2 9
2

1 ,1 4 0
1

2 ,1 6 9
2

T otal liabilities

$ 8 8 3 ,3 7 8

$ 1 ,0 5 3 ,5 3 3

$ 1 ,2 3 4 ,9 2 4

$ 9 2 7 ,1 6 5




is c o u n t

$ 1 ,0 5 3 ,5 3 3

D

$ 8 8 3 ,3 7 8

LIABILITIES

and

9 ,1 1 4
2

e p o s it

9 ,3 2 7
2

D

$ 1 ,0 0 0
4 6 5 ,3 6 5
1 1 ,3 1 5
4 0 ,6 0 0
7 ,2 0 0
1 9 0 ,0 6 3
1 1 6 ,1 2 0
5 2 ,8 9 3
1 8 ,6 8 3
1 4 ,8 1 0

of

$ 1 ,0 0 0
8 3 3 ,2 7 5
1 1 ,3 1 5
4 1 ,6 0 0
7 ,2 0 0
9 5 ,3 0 8
1 1 8 ,5 8 5
7 8 ,5 8 8
1 6 ,4 7 4
2 2 ,2 5 0

anks

$ 1 ,0 9 0
7 3 1 ,7 7 9
1 1 ,3 1 5
4 1 ,6 0 0
7 ,2 0 0
9 1 ,9 3 8
1 1 3 ,0 4 2
1 1 ,1 2 2
1 5 ,6 8 3
1 9 ,6 2 0
113
9 ,1 1 8
3

B

$ 1 ,0 0 0
4 8 8 ,9 6 6
1 1 ,3 1 5
4 0 ,1 0 0
8 ,7 0 0
8 6 ,7 0 5
1 0 2 ,5 1 0
1 0 0 ,4 7 7
1 5 ,9 5 6
1 8 ,6 1 0
3
9 ,0 3 4
2

on

Total resources.................................................................................................

S ta te m e n t c f
c o n d it i o n
J u n e 3 0 , 1 91 9

eport

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities....................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real estate coll.
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loams, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Specie............................. ...........................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
F e b . 2 1 , 1919

W . P . L. D a v i s
Jotham P o st,

R

RESOURCES

Ja m e s K . D a v is ,
W il l ia m
M cC a rth y ,
W il l ia m
W it t e .

BANK O F HICKSVILLE — H ic k s v il l e
H EN RY W. U N D E R H IL L , President.

[Broadway; organized 1903]

JOSEPH J. U LM ER. Cashier.

DIRECTORS

I . M e l v in S n e ih k e r ,
W . lV I. C o c k s ,

H en ry S en c sta c k en ,
S . S . U N D E R H IL L , J p. ..

H e n r y C. S t o l z ,
B yro n R u sh m o re,

W . v i . H. J o n e s ,
D a n ie l U n d e r h il l ,

r e s o u r c e s

S t a te n w n t o f
c o n d it io n
F e b . 2 1 , 1 0 19

H e n r y W. U n d e r h i l l ,
W il l ia m D t jf f y .

S t a te m e n t o f
c o n d it io n
J u n e 3 0 , 1919

C h arles

S t a te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
S e p t . 12, 191 9

G.

V o ig t ,

S t a te m e n t o f
c o n d it io n
N o v . 12, 1919

Stock and bond investments, via. :
$ 2 0 5 ,8 0 2
2 0 0 ,3 3 5
2 1 ,0 0 0
5 3 ,9 5 0

$ 24 6 ,2 5 1
2 1 0 ,3 6 0
2 0 ,9 0 0
6 0 ,9 5 0

$ 2 2 3 ,4 3 2
2 0 9 ,1 2 1
2 0 ,0 0 0
6 4 ,6 5 0

1 ,0 0 0
4 8 ,5 1 9
2 9 4 ,5 5 0

4 ,0 9 0
1 2 7 ,1 9 6
2 6 2 ,6 6 6

4 ,1 5 1
3 1 4 ,1 9 9
3 2 2 ,0 5 2

Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets........................
Assets not included in any of the above heads.................................................
Add for cents....................................................................................................

4 9 ,1 5 5
1 ,9 9 9
1 6 ,9 8 7
631
5 5 ,9 5 1
4 ,4 0 0
5

3 1 ,1 7 3
876
1 5 ,6 5 7
1 ,1 8 8
4 8 ,3 5 6
4 ,1 0 0
3

4 ,0 9 0
2 6 5 ,4 7 7
2 8 8 ,4 9 3
1
3 6 ,0 8 0
1 ,1 8 0
2 9 ,1 0 7
44
6 7 ,3 7 4
7 ,8 0 0
2

Total resources.................................... .....................................................

$ 9 5 9 ,6 9 4

$ 9 7 6 ,3 9 2

$ 1 ,2 3 8 ,1 0 9

$ 1 ,2 8 6 ,3 2 0

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0
8 6 ,8 1 0

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0
1 0 7 ,0 5 0

8 5 5 ,8 8 1

'$ 2 5 ,0 0 0
1 0 3 ,5 7 1
3 9 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 6 3 ,0 8 7

Other liabilities.................................................................................................

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0
8 4 ,5 4 6
3 0 ,0 0 0
8 1 2 ,4 4 8
1 ,0 0 0
6 ,7 0 0

8 ,7 0 0

7 ,4 5 0

1

1

Total liabilities..........................................................................................

$ 9 5 9 ,6 9 4

$ 9 7 6 ,3 9 2

$ 1 ,2 3 8 ,1 0 9

Real estate owned.............................................................................................
Mortgages owned..............................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..............................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.......................
Overdrafts.........................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States...........................

2 1 ,0 8 0
1 ,7 8 3
2 9 ,7 6 5
440
6 8 ,1 4 2
7 ,5 0 0
5

Q uarterly S ta tem en ts

$ 2 3 0 ,4 1 0
1 7 6 ,8 8 7
2 5 ,7 5 0
5 3 ,4 5 0

L IA B IL IT IE S

Capital..............................................................................................................
Sur; lus, including all undivided j rofits...........................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.: Other deposits secured by pledge of assets..............
Due depositors, not preferred...........................................................................




1 ,1 4 4 ,3 2 7
543
9 ,4 0 0

$ 1 ,2 8 6 ,3 2 0
*'-T

CO

B A N K OF HOLLAND
R O B E R T J. W ATSO N, President.

—

H olland

[Organized 1893]

E A R L J. B A N G E R T , Cashier.

DIRECTORS
H ow ard

B.

B e w n io n ,

F r a n k S. C o o p e r ,
W m. N . Shredeh,

A sh er C u tle r ,
P a u l J. W u r s t ,

W m . F. F r a n t z ,
R o b e r t J. W a t s o n .

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral...............................................................................................................
Loans and discounts -secured by other collateral.................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

H.

G r ig g s ,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

L o ren zo

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

D.

O ’ D e i .l ,

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$57,973
97,144
6,000
56,452

$12,355
100,467
6,000
57,327

$36,387
125,190
6,000
64,102

$17,526
110,402
6,000
63,650

Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

8,413
11,420
174,084
319
53,054
401
8,900
5,717
3

8,551
87,365
183,687
1,271
45,966
531
9,800
6,417
2

8,400
62,504
187,816
459
36,453
682
9,600
6,763
4

10,200
63,285
189,992
485
37,497
860
10,100
7,397
4

Total resources.................................................................................................

$479,880

$549,739

$544,360

$547,398

Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................

LIABILITIES

Capital.......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Deposits bv the State of New Y ork..................................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

$25,000
30,250

$25,000
30,010

$25,000
32,492

$25,000
34,298

16,000
782
405,161
2,686
1

16,000
792
475,773
2,163
1

15,000
792
466,885
4,190
1

15,000
5,849
461,740
5,510
1

Total liabilities.................................................................................................

$479,880

$549,739

$544,360

$547,398




R eport on B anks of D eposit and D iscount

RESOURCES

A lbert

TH E BAN K OF H UNTINGTON
DOUGLAS'S C O N K LIN , President.

—

H u n t in g t o n

[Main street; organized 1888]

ROSS W. DOW NS, Cashier.

DIRECTORS
W il l a r d

N.

B a y l is ,

H e n r y S. B r u sh ,
T h e k o n H . S a m m is ,

C a r l i. S. B u r r ,
A ugust H e c k sc h e r ,

G e o . W o o d h u l l C o n k l in ,
A d d i s o n W. S a m m i s ,

resources

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

D o u g l a ss C o n k l in ,
R o s s W. D o w n s .

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

H e n r y F . S a m m is ,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

S tock and bon d investments, viz. :

Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll.
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................

$382,139
471,815
84,782
163,883
120,271
170,088
678,497
2,226
312,778
7,483
69,997
4,656
3,000
4

$348,020
620,291
84,782
179,333
125,271
194,447
635,499
739
374,183
10,453
84,472
2,669
3,000
4

Total resources.................................................................................................

$2,335,102

$2,330,574

$2,471,619

$2,663,163

$30,000
261,421
33,000
1,950,680
50,000
lO^OOO
1

$30,000
262,818
30,000
2,005,755

$30,000
267,378
27,000
2,138,241

$30,000
270,469
27,000
2,320,693

2,000
1

9,000

15,000
1

$2,335,102

$2,330,574

$2,471,619

$2,663,163

S tatem ents

$307,821
454,340
84,782
163,733
108,571
163,384
685,710
1,706
231,121
26,319
62.225
4,857
6,000
5

Q uarterly

Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

$473,565
416,821
84,782
171,933
103,703
139,076
711,143
767
145,383
10,184
07,610
2,132
8,000
3

LIABILITIES

Capital.......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.: Deposits by the State of New Y ork..........................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
Total liabilities.................................................................................................




-I
CA

B ANK
- A r t h u r A. A m i d o n ,
.B r e w e r D . P h il l ip s ,
.A . M o r e l l e C h e n e y ,

R, J. B a r r o w s ,
G e o . B . P it t s ,
M . L. F enton,

OF

JA M E S T O W N

—

Ja m e s t o w n

[216 Main street; organized 1903]

B R EW ER D. PHILLIPS, President.
Jr .

LUCIAN J. W ARREN , Cashier.

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

Statement, of
condition
June 30, 1919

W m . J. M ad d o x,
C r a w f o r d N. B a r q a r ,
E lm er W . Sellstrom ,

Statement, of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$ 3 ,4 4 1 ,5 5 6

$ 3 ,5 6 5 ,2 3 8

$ 3 ,6 2 1 ,5 6 0

$100,000

$ 2 5 0 ,0 0 0
3 2 7 ,5 1 5

Surplus, including all undivided profits............................................................
Preferred deanosits, viz.:
Deposits by the State of New York.............................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
Due deoositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................

$ 2 5 0 ,0 0 0
3 3 8 ,5 2 3

$ 2 5 0 ,0 0 0
3 4 7 ,5 9 3

3 1 ,0 0 0
5 1 ,5 6 6
2 ,6 8 0 ,8 1 3
8 5 ,6 6 1

3 1 ,0 0 0
4 4 ,2 2 1
2 ,7 8 1 ,7 4 5
1 0 4 ,7 4 8

3 1 ,0 0 0
3 3 ,7 8 8
2 ,9 2 2 ,1 3 4
2 2 ,0 4 3

Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total liabilities.................................................................................................

1 5 ,0 0 0

1 5 ,0 0 0

1 5 ,0 0 0

3 4 1 ,2 8 2

21 ,000
1 0 0 ,3 4 9
2 ,4 1 3 ,6 0 3
5 ,5 9 1
1 7 5 ,0 0 0
1 5 ,0 0 0

2
$ 3 ,1 7 1 ,8 2 7

1
$ 3 ,4 4 1 ,5 5 6

1
$ 3 ,5 6 5 ,2 3 8

2
$ 3 ,6 2 1 ,5 6 0

D is c o u n t

$ 3 ,1 7 1 ,8 2 7

LIABILITIES

and

$ 6 7 8 ,0 5 6
1 0 7 ,4 7 6
1 7 1 ,3 7 7
1 4 7 ,7 4 5
8 3 ,4 7 6
3 4 9 ,9 7 0
1 ,4 4 2 ,9 7 3
1 3 ,5 9 4
4 5 7 ,6 1 2
5 ,6 2 8
1 2 8 ,3 0 0
3 3 ,8 5 1
3 ,5 0 0
4

D e p o s it

$ 7 6 1 ,9 3 3
1 5 8 ,0 3 8
1 7 1 ,2 8 7
1 3 5 ,5 1 5
7 5 ,1 7 1
2 5 8 ,3 7 7
1 ,3 7 3 ,6 3 4
7 ,7 6 9
4 7 6 ,3 8 9
6 ,2 9 7
1 0 8 ,9 0 2
2 4 ,6 7 2
7 ,2 5 0
4

of

$ 5 9 9 ,7 4 6
1 5 6 ,6 0 5
1 8 8 ,1 3 2
1 0 9 ,0 1 0
9 1 ,8 1 8
2 6 4 ,1 0 1
1 ,3 0 9 ,8 9 0
1 ,1 0 8
5 5 2 ,7 0 7
5 ,1 8 9
1 1 5 ,6 2 4
4 1 ,8 7 2
5 ,7 5 0
4

B anes

$ 6 3 6 ,1 5 0
1 1 1 ,6 0 5
1 3 6 ,3 7 9
1 07 ,6 01
6 7 ,4 4 3
2 3 8 ,9 1 4
1 ,1 7 5 ,6 6 8
778
5 3 8 ,5 6 6
8 ,9 8 9
1 1 4 ,5 0 7
3 1 ,4 2 2
3 ,8 0 0
5

on

Stock and bond investments, viz. :
Public securities....................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. col!.
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
"Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total resources.................................................................................................

Jared H ew es,
L u t h e r M. B u t m a n ,
F r a n k F . P ic k a r d ,

R eport

J . D e l e v a n C u r t is s ,
T h e o . A. C a s e ,
M . R . St e v e n s o n ,
W m . T ow nsend,
C h a r l e s W . H e r r ic k ,
B u r t F . M e r h ia m ,
R o bert H . Jack so n .

resources




Ci

DIRECTORS

BAN K OF LAKE PLACID — L a k e P la c id
G EO RG E A. STEVENS, President.

CLA R E N C E H. W ATSO N, Cashier.

[Main street; organized 1909]
DIRECTORS

G eorge A. Ste v e n s,

F o r r e s t B . G u il d ,
W il l ia m C . F e a t h e r s ,

J am es B. H u rley,
H e n r y C . St e v e n s ,

C laren ce H . W atson ,
J. C h e s t e r J u b i n .

RESOURCES

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

F eed

C.

D ay,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Jam es

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

W.

F l e m in g ,

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

Stock and bond investments, viz.:

Total resources.................................................................................................

$820,689

$1,113,802

$982,675

$25,000
32,276

$25,000
31,857

$25,000
35,3S2

$25,000
36,572

13,500
14,000

13,500

1 2 ,0 0 0

12,000
9,000

643,432

696,778

30j058

53,554

28,000
10 037
991,001
1.119
11,232

$758,264

LIABILITIES

Capital................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits..........
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Deposits by the State of New Y ork ............
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets..
Deposits otherwise preferred.........................
Due depositors, not j.referred............................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers. .
Other liabilities....................................................
Add for cents........................................................

Total liabilities.




’ 893,440
6^663

1

5758,264

$820,689

,113,802

$982,675

Q uarterly Statem en ts

$146,6.54
$136,140
$172,149
$187,395
75,914
111.734
Private securities.................................................................................................
88,154
143,413
19'000
19,000
19,400
19^000
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
65,200
63,100
75,000
29,731
36'631
38,754
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll.
29,641
113,906
119,308
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
51,916
59,974
405'338
343,568
343,470
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
247,959
285
'895
111
Overdrafts.................................................................................. ..............................
492
40,578
129,487
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
27,120
58,741
4,662
Specie........................................................................................................................
7,080
5,868
4,734
14,347
27,875
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
37,946
17,329
10
Cash items................................................................................................................
100
10
' 90
Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets..........................
4,000
17,304
17,307
14,560
Assets not included in anv of the above heads....................................................
17,038
2
3
Add for cents............................................................................................................
4
3

65,600

TH E BAN K OF LANCASTER — L a n c a s t e r
[49 Central avenue; organized 1894]

J. O. G A R R E T SE E , President.

DIRECTORS

A r t h u r D. B i s s e l l ,
J o h n G. M i l l e r .

H erman B. V an P eym a,
J a c o b C . W e il .

D. R. S t r a t t o n ,
J. O. G a r r e t s e e ,

C h as.
B e n j.

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

P.

Z u r b r ic k ,

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

10,527
5

10,195
6

$1,441,746

$1,974,706

$1,904,258

$1,917,441

LIABILITIES

$100,000
53,015

$100,000'
53,255

$100,000
59,129

25,572
21,500
45,927
1,192,410
5,280
2

29,242
21,500
34,435
1,359,549
376,963
2

3,623
19,000
22,393
1,697,485
8,500
2

5,464
19,000
18,212
1,701,634
14,000
2

Total liabilities.................................................................................................

$1,441,746

$1,974,706

$1,904,258

$1,917,441




is c o u n t

$100,000
51,055

D

Capita1.......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits.................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State sav. and loan ass’ns, credit unions and land bank........
Deposits by the State of New Y ork ..................................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

and

$529,933
276.191
85,423
9,877
72,873
348,092
460,555
376
59,852
7,259
56,809

e p o s it

$594,583
277,759
83,107
10,777
80,442
349,697
338,892
234
88,428
6,273
63,534

D

$220,783
273,724
79,246
5,850
71,168
355,708
387,688
547
127,134
5,271
60,629
896
386,057
5

of

$216,323
273,557
55,529
4,250
76,299
179,582
392,483
1,175
174,866
4,851
50,334
117
12,375
5

B anks

Total resources.................................................................................................

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

G eo.

on

Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................

Statement, of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

C. L . S u e s s ,
Joseph V o e g e l e .

eport

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Real estate owned ...................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll.
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts .............................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Specie
...................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................

K in g ,
E den,

GO.

R

RESOURCES

F.
H.

JOSEPH F. SCH AEFER, Cashier.

BAN K OF LAW REN CE — L a w r e n c e
j

. C A R L SCH M U CK , President.

J. C

arl

Schm uck,

John

II.

[Central avenue; organized 1903]

JOHN A. R U TH , Cashier.

DIRECTORS
S m it h ,

Jas. W . S a f f o r d ,
John

A.

M o b k is

F. C

raft

,

D iv in e H e w l e t t ,

W in f ie l d

S. V

andew atsh

.

R uth.

RESOURCES

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral................................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$303,850
61,839
45,522
124,173

$345,080
61,839
43,922
115,188

$359.550
61,589
34,700
129,871

Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items.................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

47,874
176,854
284,909
565
67,698
4,860
38,275
6,927
7,984
5

71,698
112,350
484,415
756
84,185
4,175
35,815
3,086
7,484
5

39,351
98,524
804,455
662
140,832
4,901
62,625
10,382
8,240
5

41,190
182,789
770,778
313
163,965
6,723
54,823
10,861
6.000
5

Total resources.................................................................................................

$1,204,563

$1,344,353

$1,736,006

$1,823,157

Canital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.: Deposits by the State of New York..........................
Due depositors, not preferred................................................................................
Other liabilities........................................................................................................
Add for c e n t s ..........................................................................................................

$50,000
67,788
26,000
1,058,338
2,436
1

$50,000
74,163
26,000
1,189,190
5,000

$50,000
81,263
23,000
1,577,243
4,500

$50,000
85,738
23,000
1,659,918
4,500
1

Total liabilities.................................................................................................

$1,204,563

$1,344,353

$1,736,006

$1,823,157

Q uarterly Statem en ts

$335,750
62,339
45,972
124,551

LIABILITIES




O

G e o r g e I. C a r r ,
J o h n P. S a m s o n ,

P resid en t.

F rank

C. D.

—

L b

R oy

[49 Main street; organized 1889]
DIRECTORS

E.

C haddock,
G ranby,

180

TH E BANK OF LE ROY
D. C. H. PRENTICE.

C h a s . L. L a w r e n c e ,
E d w a r d M. P e r k i n s ,

A l b e r t F. L o w e ,
J. G. G i l f i l l a n ,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

D. C. H.

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

C a sh ier.

P r e n t ic e ,

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

19,395
114,834
233,603
2,529
71,564
2,945
14,104
1,548
3,368
4

12,180
137,272
229,459
975
86,510
2,639
19,951
743
4,538
4

8,748
202,631
228,269
1,107
70,590
2,723
15,632
928
4,838
1

Total resources.................................................................................................

$587,990

$581,398

$614,149

$655,540

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Due depositors, not nreferred.................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
BiLs oavab'e.............................................................................................................
Other liabilities........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

$100,000
24,119
450,203
1,866
10,000
1,800’
2

$100,000
25,893
453,146
1,039

$100,000
25.018
469,563
2,06815,000
2.500

$100,000
27,745
520,740
4,254

Total liabilities.................................................................................................

$587,990

$581,393

$614,149

$655,540

LIABILITIES




1,315

2,800
1

D is c o u n t

Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in anv of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

25,857
106.542
216,693
1,413
74,461
2,160
16,480
360
8,649
5

and

$38,915
15,400
4,900
60,858

D e p o s it

$38,239
15,400
4,900
61,334

of

$6,774
49,450
5,000
56,280

B anks

$52,804
18,100
5,000
59,466

on

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public 1eeu'ities...................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Real esta ■ owned....................................................................................................
e
Mortgage} own e l .....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral................................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................

Statement of
condi tion
Feb. 21, 1919

O ’Sh e a ,
A l e v Sutherland.

R eport

RESOURCES

WM. H. BISHOP,
P. J.

BANK OF LIM A
CH ARLES R . P IE R C E , President.
W il l ia m

F.

H arvey,

C h a r l e s R. P i e r c e ,
W il l ia m H . D a l t o n ,

—

L im a

[West Main street; organized 1905]

A L E X A N D E R M A R T IN , Cashier.

DIRECTORS
A l e x a n d e r M a r t in ,
E d w a r d F. D i b b l e ,

J a m e s E . L o c k in g t o n ,
G o o d r ic h .

G eo. W . A tw ell,

J o h n A . M a c k e n z ie ,

C. D.

RESOURCES

S ta te m e n t of
c o n d it i o n
J u n e 3 0, 1919

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
S e p t . 12, 1919

S t a te m e n t o f
c o n d it io n
N o v . 12, 1919

$78,320
3,500
38,100
1,337
105,088
161
42,541
4,661
5,971
616
3,400
3

$63,627
3,500
41,600
1,365
116,846
134
36,017
3,357
5,472
676
5,563
4

$61,6IS
3,500
43,200
4,375
117,163
70
17,613
4,220
5,802
493
5,757
3

Total resources.................................................................................................

$248,461

$283,698

$278,161

$263,844

$25,000
18,595
203,607

$25,000
18,283
238,814
41

$25,000
19,319
222,526

$25,000
17,882
219,900

1,259

1,559

LIABILITIES

Capital..................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits...........
Due depositors, not preferred.............................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers. .
Bills payable.........................................................
Other liabilities.....................................................
Add for cents........................................................
Total liabilities.




«o

S t a t e m e n t 's

Other currencv authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

$50,581
3,500
38,200
4,511
84,500
389
37,712
4,655
3,125
629
20,656
3

'u a r t e r l y

Stock and bond investments, viz.: Public securities...........................................
R eal estate owned..................................................................................................
M ortgages owned....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
F e b . 2 1 , 1919

10,000

1,316

$248,461

$283,698

1,061
1

1

$278,161

$263,844

CO

T H E BA N K OF LONG ISLAND — J a m a i c a
SAMUEL R. SMITH, President.

[359 Fulton street: organized 1902]
DIRECTORS

J o h n A d ik e s ,
W . W . G il l e n ,
V . E v e r it M a c y ,

C . R . B ettes,
J o h n F. G a l v i n ,
A n d r e w M c T ig u e ,
D . L . St a r k s ,

St e p h e n B a k e r ,
W. J. H a m i l t o n ,
N ew m an
J. P e t t i t ,
R u d o lph St u t z m a n n ,

J o seph D y k e s ,
P e r c y G. J a m e s ,
P. A. R ow ley,
C h a r l e s A . W il l e t s ,

F it z p a t r ic k ,
K ellogg,
S a m u e l R. S m i t h ,
G. S. H i c e .

B. D.
G . H.

F orster,
L e a v it t ,
V a l e n t i n e W. S m i t h ,

$ 1 , 2 0 0 ,0 0 0

379,376
5,959
14,000
554
615,029
14,377,769
745,347

536,995
1,598
14,000
647
261,092
18,349,728
498,201
1,000
118 j 889
4
$21,933,693

553,164
1,024
25,000
682
633,402
22,010,904
705,399

535,59>
'2,031
25,000
717
438,280
22,496,939
691,900
28,300
174,150
2
$26,842,506




108,003
4
$18,420,596

159,445
3
$26,393,749

1,246,591

is c o u n t

$1,200,000
1,104,726

D

$1,200,000
951,539

and

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings banks.................................................................
Due New York State sav. and loan assn’s, credit unions and land bank.......
Deposits by the State of New Y ork..................................................................
Deposits by the Supreintendent of Banks of the State of New Y ork...........
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
Due depos tors, not pi eferred....... .........................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankei s ........................................................
A c’tance of drafts p’y’ble at future date or auth’d by com. letters of credit. ..
Other liabilities........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total liabilities.................................................................................................

>26,842,503

e p o s it

$1,200,000
974,555

LIABILITIES

$4,485,445
999,500
800,170
576,937
339,271
7,539,038
7,735,183
2,920
3,305,303
143,802
717,285
25,246
28,300
144,016

D

$4,962,595
1,015,150
647,935
524,442
375,563
8,488,582
6,091,169
2,449
3,384,287
139,733
566,742
30,157
1,000
163,941
4
$26,393,749

of

92,719
7
$18,420,596

$4,552,109
979,150
621,105
606,680
426,728
5,178,404
5,924,358
5,606
2,638,664
143,378
697,423
27,115
1,000
131,968
5
$21,933,693

$4,144,081
1,015,150
691,691
469,594
466,451
3,800,298
5,097,296
1,000
2,074,592
107,959
439,378
20,380

S t a te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
N o v . 12, 1 910

B anks

S t a te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
S e p t. 12, 1919

on

S t a te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
J u n e 3 0 , 1 91 9

S t a te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
F e b . 21, 1919

eport

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities.................................... ............................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll.
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Customers’ liability on acceptances (per contra, see liabilities).........................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total resources.................................................................................................

H.
R. W.

W .

GO.-

R

RESOURCES

GEO. S. DOW NING, Cashier.

BANK OF MILLBROOK — M il lb r o o k
E lbert A . B urch,
W a l t e r F. H a i g h t ,

DIRECTORS
ie t e r ic h ,
G. H o w a r d

A lfred E . D
J am es R eardon ,

C o r n e l iu s

RESOURCES
Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities.................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets..........................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

D a v is o n ,
R eardon,

B.

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919
$208,013
254,845
12,000
26,350
71,025
43,415
32
43,227
2,316
9,406
281
31,437
10,541
6

E ugene H am ,
J. M o r g a n W in g ,

C a sh ier.

J a m e s H . H a ig h t ,
O a k l e ig h T h o r n e .

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

$242,898
254,845
12,000
25,850
87.216
47,690
500
42,283
2,556
13,932
631
29,581
9,522
4

$278,613
251,845
12,000
25,850
83,978
55,346
154
46,663
1,502
10,358
979
35,324
11,737
7

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919
$278,613
251,845
12,000
25,850
68,683
74,183
253
35,107
1,567
11,737
975
35,245
13,770
6

ATuaxgva,

W il l ia m R . A n d e r s o n ,
J a y H a ig h t ,

W ALTER F. HAIGHT,

[Organized 1891]

P resid en t.

sunpaullvlq

JAMES REARDON,

Total resources.................................................................................................
$712,894
$769,508
$814,356
$809,834
LIABILITIES
$50,000
$50,000
$50,000
$50,000
Capital......................................................................................................................
61,885
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
66,845
70,203
64,227
Preferred deposits, viz.: Other deposits secured by pledge of assets...............
17,000
9,000
108,000
Due depositors, not preferred................................................................................
548,570
611,809
542,160
580,870
4,245
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
4,740
679
4,599
Bills payable.............................................................................................................
30,000
65,000
110,000
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
521
1,900
3,142
l ' 193
1
1
1
Add for cents............................................................................................................
1
Total liabilities.................................................................................................




$712,894

$769,SOS

$814,356

$809,834
C&
C
03,

t-A
oo

B A N K OF NASSAU COUNTY — G r e a t N e c k S t a t io n
J. LOUIS SCHAEFER,

P resid en t.

[Organized 1916]

ERNEST D. WILLETS,

C a sh ier.

DIRECTORS
R o s w e l l E l d r id g e ,

H a r o l d H. O ’ C o n n o r ,
J. E d w a r d M e y e r ,

G e o r g e D. S m i t h ,
J. L o u i s S c h a e f e r ,

H erbert G regory,
D a n ie l S. W o o l l e y .

RESOURCES

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

A u s t in H i c x s ,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

G eorge

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

O.

L in k l e t t e r ,

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

M
O
W
H
O

Stock and bond investments, viz.:

Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Other currency authorized bv the laws of the United States.............................
Assets not included in anv of the above heads....................................................

$105,750
201,975
27,150
99,535
11,221
57
39,748
1,234
17,883
4,330
3

$58,490
190,Y90
27,150
207,584
6,822
480
68,686
762
10,909
30,617
3

$42,950
180,929
32,650
176,814
4,780
99
92,442
2,237
22,308
39,122
3

$42,900
170,912
31,650
158,929
12,492
195
65,105
3,094
38,508
37,996
2

$50S,886

$602,293

$594,334

$581,812

P
*

$50,000
26,064
3,000
429,116
704
2

$50,000
28,887

$50,000
31,562

$50,000
33,425

t)

523,405
1

511,827
944
1

476,914
1,472
1

$508,886

*602.293
7

*604 } 334

$551,812

tCf'

til

M
fi

W

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tt
w
hj
O

xn
rd

Total resources.................................................................................................
LIABILITIES

Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.: Other deposits secured by pledge of assets...............
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................




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BAN K OF NIAGARA — N ia g a r a F alls
G E O R G E J. H O W A R D , President.
A lexander

J.

[201 FalL street; organized 1882]

JAMES C. M O A K LE R , Cashier.

DIRECTORS

P orter,

F r e d e r ic k L . P r a t t ,
G e o r g e F. N y e ,

B u r t o n J. M i t c h e l l ,
H ookes,

A. II.

RESOURCES

Total resources.................................................................................................
LIABILITIES
Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings banks.................................................................
Deposits bv the State of New Y ork..................................................................
Due depositors, not preferred................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................




P h il ip P . B a r t o n ,

E ugene C art,

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$638,177
556,692
35,985
305,650
1,625,546
350,440
13
659,020
20,341
121,939
39,823
40,568
5

$831,094
562,868
35,401
370,595
1,442,552
325,425
666
876,650
27,361
143,345
30,695
74,718
5

$787,950
605,882
35,401
400,597
1,554,573
330,400
604
546,283
38,131
180,030
11,748
38,6-45
2

$345,873
591,315
31,351
290,134
2,105,510
385,348
92
553,842
30,239
187,105
20,640
38,981
4

$4,394,202

$4,721,375

$4,530,246

$4,550,434

$200,000
174,656

$200,000
171,818

$200,000
180,012

$200,000
184,744

215.000
45,000
50,043
2,828,200
161,75-9
400.000
319,511
o

175.000
45,000
117.000
3,389 870
206,908
200.000
215,777
2

150,000
45,000

160,000
45,000

3,526,258
210,400

3,749,153
147,129

218,575
1

94,407
1

$4,394,202

$4,721,375

$1,530,216

$4,580,434

Q uarterly S tatem ents

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities.................................................................................................
Mortgages owned................................................................ ....................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll........
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured bv collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

G e o r g e J. H o w a r d ,
L a n c t R a n k in e .

de

G
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TH E B A N K OF NORTH COLLINS — N o r t h C o l l in s
[Organized 1895]

P resid en t.

C. A. TWICHELL,

C ashier.

DIRECTORS
W. S.

L aw ton,

W. M.
W. W.

W ard,
M e r r il l ,

A. H.

K im b l e ,
F r a n k J. L e h le y ,

Jo h n V a n E p p s,
T w ic h e l l .

C. A.

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1910

Parker,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

G eorge L eh ley,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

30.000
3.000
177,947
161
76.000
1,491
21,993
3

30,000
3.000
172,845
287
144,687
1,189
16,43S
2

30.000
15.000
163,455
387
143,428
1,412
26,745
3

30.000
10.000
232,962
144
107,846
1,293
28,109
4

Total resources..................................................................................................

$639,477

$740,192

$856,238

$916,808

Capital.......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.: Deposits by the State of New York..........................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

$25,000
91,846
24,500
498,131

$25,000
94,949
24,500
595,743

$25,000
98,335
22,000
710,902
1

$25,000
101,538
22,000
765,269
1

Total liabilities.................................................................................................

$639,477

$740,192

$856,238

$916,808

LIABILITIES




D iscount

$406,029
4,000
96,421

and

$372,812
4,000
98,996

D eposit

$264,663
4.000
103,081

op

$217,034
4.000
107,848

B anks

Stock and bond investments, viz.: Public securities.........................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estat e
collateral............................................................................................................
Loam and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Specie.........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

on

RESOURCES

H. G.

R eport

W. S. LAWTON,

T H E BAN K OF NORTH HEM PSTEAD — P o rt W ash in g to n
HEWLETT R. SMITH,
A. C.

B ayles,

[286-28S Main street; organized 1901]

P resid en t.

Jam es

W.

Jacobu s,

H arry

P.

DIRECTORS
F u rn ess,

H ew lett

RESOURCES

Sm it h ,

BURTIS H. MONFORT,
C larence

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

B.

K elland,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

C laren ce

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

L.

C ashier.

T h om pson .

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads.....................................................
Add for cents...........................................................................................................

$122,546
284,469
15,876
48,550
6,314
66,973
209,516
2S4
174,300
11,704
21,206
122
10,214
3

$213,318
241,706
19,000
60,200
6,300
72,247
238,307
109
121,939
10,089
22,229
1,044
9,869
4

$222,978
230,894
19,000
78,700
6,300
70,251
223,613
76
134,443
12,615
29,637
103
10,561
4

$217,371
230,894
19,000
95,415
6,300
87,186
228,582
160
121,681
12,027
19,033
1,118
11,749
4

Total resources.................................................................................................

$972,077

$1,016,361

$1,039,175

$1,050,520

LIABILITIES

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz. :
Due New York State sav. and loan ass’ns, credit unions and land bank.. . .
Deposits by the State of New Y ork..................................................................
Due depositors, not preferred................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

$25,000
34,789

$25,000
41,686

$25,000
38,749

$25,000
43,978

158
23,000
886,007
258
2,863
2

16,725
21,000
90S,622
3,328
2

5,366
19,000
946,459
158
4,440
3

14,145
19,000
943,980
98
4,318
1

Total liabilities.................................................................................................

$972,077

$1,016,361

$1,039,175

Q uarterly Statem ents

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg.ydeed or other real es. coll.......
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral............................ ....................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral..........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................

R.

$1,050,520




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J. B. H IN E , President.

OF

G
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O N O N D A G A — Onondaga V alley

[153 West Seneca street; organized 1912]

H. R. JW EEKS, Cashier

DIRECTORS
S . E l l is C r a n e ,

E . P. B o y l e ,
E a r l T. H a r t e r ,

J. B.

H in e ,
R obert H . G ere,

H e n r y W. C l a r k ,
H edley R . W e e k s.

W alter H . S cam m ell,

John

T.

R oberts,

R

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$324,305

$25,000
9,339
12,000
209,663
35,000
22,371
1

$25,000
9,763
12,000
227,386
30,000
20,155
1

$313,377

$324,305

$25,000
$25,000
7,648
9,265
................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits'
Preferred deposits, viz.: Deposits by the State of New York..........................
13,500
13,500
229,235
230,818
Due deoositors, not preferred.................................................................................
25,000
Bills payable........................................................................................................... .
10,000
27,738
25,291
Other liabilities........................................................................................................
1
Total liabilities.................................................................................................




$328,149

$313,875

is c o u n t

$313,377

D

$313,875

and

$328,149

LIABILITIES

e p o s it

Total resources.................................................................................................

111

D

15,559
2,623
4,148
600
46,749
4

$1 ,0 0 0

87,312
11,664
27,022
9,694
42,213
75,591

of

$1,000
87,331
11,618
24,349
11,399
35,816
82,838
84
5,942
2,604
4,315
600
45,477
4

anks

$1,000
87,331
12,718
23,574
10,978
42,482
76,548
103
11,530
3,243
6,175
600
37,540
3

B

Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

$1,030
70,768
12,818
23,414
11,189
31,951
66,780
112
43,523
3,458
4,184
600
58,314
3

o n

Stock and bond investments, viz. :
Public securities....................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. c o ll.. .
Loans and discounts secured bv other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

eport

resources

BANK OF ORCHARD PARK
L E W IS E. W IL L E T , President.
L e w is

E.

O rchard

Park

[Organized 1916]

G EO RG E L. COLBY, Cashier.

DIRECTORS
W il l e t ,

A lbert C. D udley,
M a s o n H. H o l m w o o d .

C olon J. D u d le y ,
G e o r g e S. W a s s o n ,

W il l ia m G . A r t h u r ,
H e n r y R. S t p . a t e m e i e r .

RESOURCES

Stock and bond investments, viz.: •
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities.................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral...............................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................

Specie................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total resources.................................................................................................

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
F e b . 2 1 , 1 91 9

John D . B achm an ,

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
J u n e 3 0 , 1 91 9

F rank

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
S e p t . 12, 1 91 9

F . H o l m v .' o o d ,

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it io n
N o v . 12, 1 9 1 9

$ 1 1 1 ,0 0 8
3 6 ,0 8 9
1 6 ,0 0 0
5 3 ,7 5 0

$ 1 1 4 ,8 1 9
4 2 ,9 8 0
1 6 ,0 0 0
5 6 ,4 3 5

$ 1 1 3 ,6 6 3
5 3 ,0 6 9
1 6 ,0 0 0
5 8 ,4 2 0

$ 9 6 ,4 5 6
6 4 ,8 4 4
1 6 ,0 0 0
5 7 ,0 4 0

1 4 ,4 5 5
2 0 ,7 6 9
9 2 ,0 5 8
314
1 5 ,5S0
1 ,2 8 8
8 ,9 6 3

1 1 ,1 6 4
4 3 ,6 6 7
1 1 9 ,0 9 6
296
5 .6 8 2
3 ,9 9 0
5 ,6 0 3

1 2 ,5 8 1
3 6 ,4 9 9
1 4 1 ,9 6 9

8 ,2 1 3
4

1 5 ,0 0 4
4 4 ,7 6 2
8 4 ,5 5 1
123
2 9 ,4 4 5
2 ,9 7 9
9 ,0 0 0
156
7 ,8 9 6
4

9 ,4 7 1
4

1 0 ,1 2 6
4

$ 3 7 8 ,4 9 1

$ 4 2 4 ,1 5 4

$ 4 4 0 ,1 2 5

$ 5 3 3 ,0 8 6

$30,000
10,204

$30,000
10,874

$30,000

12,222

$30,000
13,544

9.000
16.017
43,643
263,487
5.000
1,138

9.000
24,157
53,105
291,441
5.000
575

8,000

8,000

17,000
46,200
319,602
5,000

5.000
29.203
438,889
5.000
3,450

2

9

1

$378,491

$424,154

$440,125

8 6 ,9 1 3
4 ,3 8 0
6 ,2 7 4

L IA B IL IT IE S

Capital................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits..........
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Deposits by the State of New Y ork ............
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets..
Deposits otherwise preferred.........................
Due depositors, not preferred...........................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers. .
Other liabilities...................................................
Add for cents........................................................
Total liabilities.




2,100

$533,0S6
..... —

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BANK

OF

A . C. COMSTOCK, President.

[Main street; organized 1888]

C. D. REED, Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S
W. A.

M a h k w ic k ,

A. E.
F. L.

B ullard,
C ross.

RESOURCES

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral................................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................

W . H.

G ardner

W . J.

Statem en t of
co n d itio n
F eb . 21, 1919

Statem en t of
co n d itio n
June 30, 1919

$122,322
93,580
8,000
12,275

$89,776
96,305
8,000
11,075

Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

2,831
24,551
77,153
253
34,719
3,550
10,870
774
4,200
4

Total resources.................................................................................................

F. F.

G u t h r ie ,

S tatem en t of
c o n d itio n
Sept. 12, 1919

A ndrew ,

Statem en t of
c o n d itio n
N ov . 12, 1919

$63,407
129,060
8,000
12,375

$57,223
119,135
8,000
13,400

2,831
23,891
79,635
186
36,128
3,864
4,030
198
4,709
3

5,200
22,968
97,010
69
34,603
3,403
5,340
621
5,021
O

5,200
30,515
95,555
424
31,319
3,617
5,397
662
5,046
4

$395,082

$360,631

$387,080

$375,497

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.: Deposits by the State of New York..........................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Bills payable.............................................................................................................
Other liabilities................................................................................................... .
Add for cents..........................................................................................................

$25,000
21,049
15,500
306,858
75
25,000
1,600

$25,000
24,063
15,500
268,782
9S5
25,000
1,300
1

$25,000
25,549
14,000
293,518
2,812
25,000
1,200
1

$25,000
27,534
14.000
282,059
653
25,000
1,250
1

Total liabilities.................................................................................................

$395,082

$360,631

$387,080

$375,497

Specie................................................................................................................

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T H E BAN K OF PORT JEFFERSON — P o rt J e f fe rso n
H . M . RANDALL,
E . M . D a v is ,

[Main street; organized 1889]

P resid en t.

H. M.

R andall,

J a s . E. B a y l e s ,
J . E. O v e r t o n .

DIRECTORS
H. E.
R . B.

RESOURCES

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities............................................: ...................................................
Real estate owned...................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Xoans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll.. .
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral..........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................

D a v is ,
D ayton,

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

R. B. DAYTON,
F . H. T u t h i l l ,
F r a n k F . D a r l in g .

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

C ashier..

F o rrest R a y n o r ,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads...................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

4 6 ,4 5 4
4 ,2 7 1
2 1 ,7 6 4
438
1 2 ,0 2 6
4

$ 1 7 6 ,0 2 6
8 8 ,3 5 5
9 ,6 6 0
3 2 ,0 5 0
1 ,2 3 6
1 1 7 ,2 0 4
2 2 4 ,8 6 8
4
8 4 ,3 9 9
5 ,9 0 7
2 7 ,6 0 3
1 ,6 0 4
4 ,7 8 2
3

$ 1 5 8 ,4 7 6
8 8 ,6 2 0
9 ,6 6 0
3 6 ,4 0 0
1 ,2 1 0
1 7 9 ,2 6 0
2 4 2 ,9 2 6
5
5 5 ,7 5 2
5 ,5 8 2
1 7 ,9 9 6
517
2 6 ,9 0 9
5

$ 1 5 2 ,3 7 6
8 8 ,6 2 0
9 ,6 6 0
4 3 ,7 0 0
1 ,2 1 0
2 3 4 ,5 7 8
2 2 0 ,3 8 2
49
5 4 ,9 1 3
6 ,5 0 7
4 4 ,5 3 9
536
2 8 ,7 8 0
5

Total resources.................................................................................................

$ 7 0 3 ,0 0 0

$ 7 7 3 ,7 0 1

$ 8 2 3 ,3 1 8

$ 8 8 5 ,8 5 5

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Deposits by the State of New Y ork ..................................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0
6 7 ,5 5 0

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0
6 8 ,7 5 4

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0
7 1 ,9 8 0

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0
7 3 ,3 7 1

1 9 .0 0 0
1 9 .0 0 0
5 6 8 ,4 0 2
39
4 ,0 0 8
1

1 9 .0 0 0
4 0 .0 0 0
6 1 8 ,7 0 1

1 7 ,0 0 0
3 5 ,8 3 8
6 6 7 ,9 5 5
315
5 ,2 2 7

7 0 2 ,2 3 8

3

2

Total liabilities.................................................................................................

$ 7 0 3 ,0 0 0

$ 7 7 3 ,7 0 1

$ 8 2 3 ,3 1 8

$ 8 8 5 ,8 5 5

Specie.........................................................................................................

$ 1 9 1 ,9 2 6
8 8 ,3 5 5
9 ,6 6 0
3 4 ,1 0 0
1 ,3 1 3
1 7 ,7 9 7
2 7 4 ,8 9 2

LIABILITIES




2 ,2 4 5
1

1 7 ,0 0 0

59,893
886
7 ,4 6 5

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B A N K OF RICHM ONDVILLE — R ic h m o n d v ille
A. D . FR A SIE R , President.

[Main street; organized 1893]

J. D. HOLMES, Cashier.

DIRECTORS
A. D.

F r a s ie r ,

O.

R.

M ann,

W m . E . L e w is ,

S m it h

Fox,

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

Total resources. . . ...........................................................................................

$818,336

$828,361

$901,201

$935,289

$25,000
63,144

$25,000
64,199

$25,000
67^312

$25,000
70,903

19,000
16000
685,059
10,133

19,000
713,149
7,013

17,000
7,000
772,896
11,992
1

17,000
3,000
811,016
8,369
1

$818,336

$828,361

$901,201

$935,289

Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll.. .
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................

e p o s it

$206,527
483,435
26,068
1,668
47,955
79,650
396
56,619
19,531
2,000
933
10,502
5

D

$193,624
466,307
26,618
1,668
27,658
82,600
223
72,721
17,789
2,000
138
9,851
4

of

$159,290
441,578
27,143
2,168
11,614
114,646
309
33,484
19,396
2,000
431
16,299
3

F-astks

Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for c e n t s ...........................................................................................................

$119,980
435,126
28,243
2,168
9,505
139,517
411
58,053
15,649
2,000
103
7,578
3

ojt

Stock and bond investments, viz.:

eport

RESOURCES

John H olm es,

R

G e o r g e M . W in t e r s ,
J o h n D. H o l m e s .

l ia b il it ie s




is c o u n t

Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................

D

Preferred deposits, viz.:

BAN K OF ROCKVILLE CEN TRE — R ockville Centre
FRANK T. DeLANO,
F r a n k P. B a t l i s ,
F rank T . D eLano,

President

.

T readw ell D . C arpenter,
J acob B ro u w eb,

[1 and 3 North Village; organized 1890]

J. FRANK SIMONSON,

DIRECTORS
H e r b e r t C . D a v is o n ,
W allace H . C ornw ell,
J. F r a n k S im o n s o n .

F ran k D . M oun t,
W il l ia m J . F a l l o n ,
W e s l e y B. S m i t h

RESOURCES

E ar l J. B
W m. H . K

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

ennett,
n if f in ,

J r .,

.

G e o r g e D . A. C o m b e s ,
E d w ard T . T h u rsto n .

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Cashier

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
$524,293
278,846
160,056
173,787
30,698
99,849
426,310
349
53,394
19,632
20,522
435
17,276
4
$1,805,451

$225,670
439,173
156,510
182,532
24,498
123,082
464,545
203
106,641
14,635
37,121
4,734
13,522
4
$1,792,870

$491,842
314,816
150,657
188,910
23,898
137,778
586,312
192
146,321
21,917
19,510
1,838
21,990
6
$2,105,987

$489,752
363,054
134,607
180,985
21,326
288,887
628,689
1,551
208,647
16,349
27,600
4,557
40,773
5
$2,406,782

$100,000
88,001

$100,000
89,774

$100,000
95,089

$100,000
105,906

15.000
40.000
75.000
1,401,779
4,229
75.000

36,000
4,457
1,553,667
254

32,000
4 449
1,826’ 595
9,992

32.000
4,449

6,440

8,717

25,000
12,861

2

1

1

1

$1,805,451

$1,792,870

$2,105,987

$2,406,782

LIABILITIES

Capital..............................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits............................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings banks.............................................................
Deposits by the State of New York.............................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets...................................................
Due depositors, not preferred...........................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Bills payable..................................................................................................
Rediscounts.......................................................................................................
Other liabilities.................................................................................................
Add for cents....................................................................................................
Total liabilities..........................................................................................




o

S tatem ents

Private securities...........................................................................................
Real estate owned.............................................................................................
..................................
Mortgages owned..........................................................*
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll...
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..............................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral........................
Overdrafts.........................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers................................................
Specie................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States...........................
Cash items.........................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads.................................................
Add for cents....................................................................................................
Total resources..........................................................................................

2 ,0 8 3 ,1 2 9

5,597
50.000
25,700
CD

03

F rank

S.

Peek,

South

D ayton

[Park street; organized 1914]

E. A.

H

ale,

DIRECTORS
W. R o o d ,
A. M.

Geo.
F . J. P e a c o c k ,

r eso u r ce s

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

$78,971
61,715
12,500
50,597
61,090

$71,401
61,290
12.500
55,037
61.500

142,870
370
33,836
1,500
8,269
3,031
11,000
27
3

186,031
480
43,249
1,769
5,715

180,102
600
92,362
1,500
2,359

$65,221
63,158
12,500
55,687
65,750
3.000
190,942
748
70,325
1,493
4.000

2

1

2

$437,869

$502,119

$538,652

$532,826

$30,000
18,067
18,000
371,802

$30,000
21,581
18,000
405,523
13
27,000
2

$30,000
23,706
16,000
426,945

$30,000
24,147
16,000
405,678

42,000

57,000

1

1

$502,119

$538,652

$532,826

$117,376
12,500
41,147
65,940

$437,869

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

D is c o u n t

Total liabilities...........................................................................................

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

and

Surplus, including all undivided profits.................... ........................................
Preferred deposits, viz.: Deposits bv the State of New York...........................
Due depositors, not preferred....... .........................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Bills payable.............................................................................................................

h it e ,

D e p o s it

Total resources.................................................................................................
LIABILITIES

W

of

Add for cents.............................................................. .............................................

A. C.

P arke,

B anks

Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured bv collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
.....................................................................
Soecie.........................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................
.
..........................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

L. A.

C a sh ier.

on

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
...........................................................................
Real estate owned.................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll. . .

H ow lett,
F . R . S cott.

C. B. WHIPPLE,

R eport

N . W . B urkh a l d e r ,




—

194:

B A N K OF SOUTH DAYTON
F R A N K S. PE E K , President.

BANK
A L B E R T A. FO L K , President.
A lbert A. F olk,
S il a s A . H . D a y t o n ,

S. L e s t e r A l b e r t s o n ,
E . E r n e s t B o is s e a u ,
W. C o r y A l b e r t s o n ,

OF

S O U TH O LD

—

Southold

[Organized 1908]
DIRECTORS
L e w i s W. K o r n ,
J o s e p h N. H a l l o c k ,
A l b e r t T . D ic k e r s o n ,
J . M. H a r t r a n f t ,
J e s s e L. C a s e ,
S. E d g a r T u t h i l l .

resources

Sa m u e l D ic k e r s o n ,
W il l ia m H . G l o v e r ,

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

A l b e r t W. A l b e r t s o n ,
H o w a r d G . T u t h il l ,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$58,188
55,278
1,000
20,470
1,600
26,017
74,769
30
15,448
791
6,837
3,223
1,724
4

$110,654
45,278
1,000
19,970
1,600
26,815
57,701
12
55,586
574
9,809
1,256
2,550
3

$125,660
45,278
1,000
18,870
1,200
24,600
63,349
15
53,037
1,089
14,371
651
2,050
4

Total resources..........................................................................................

$288,687

$265,379

$332,808

$351,174

l ia b il it ie s

Capital..............................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits............................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings banks.............................................................
Deposits by the State of New York.............................................................
Due depositors, not preferred...........................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Bills payable.....................................................................................................
Other liabilities.................................................................................................
Add for cents...................................................................................................

$25,000
12,399

$25,000
13,019

$25,000
13,496

$25,000
14,667

8,000
5,000
237,540
346

8,000
5,000
280,651

8,000
5,000
297,707

400

8,000
5,000
183,535
64
30,000
'760

2

1

2

Total liabilities...........................................................................................

$288,687

$265,379

Statem ents

Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States...........................
Cash items.........................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads.................................................
Add for cents....................................................................................................

$106,000
51,152
1,000
20,670
1,800
22,301
52,750
584
19,012
695
9,883
708
2,128
4

Q uarterly

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities.............................................................................................
Private securities...........................................................................................
Real estate owned.............................................................................................
Mortgages owned..............................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll...
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..............................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral........................
Overdrafts.........................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers................................................

A L B E R T T. D IC K E R SO N , Cashier.

650
$332,808

800
$351,174

195




9

CO

ca

TH E B A N K OF SPENCERPORT, SPENCERPORT, N. Y.
GEORGE M. COLE,
E

d w in

E.

A

u s t in ,

[Union street; organized 1907]

P resid en t.
G

eoege

M.

C

ole,

DIRECTORS
H a k r y A. F r e e m a n ,

$463,976

$505,000

$25,000
23,021
9,000
396,033

$25,000
24,495
9,000
353,299
20,000
1,300

$25,000
24*, 944
8,000
381,757
20,000
4,275

$25,000
25 858
8,000
440,442

$433,094

$463,976

$505,000

2,350
1

Total liabilities...........................................................................................

$455,405

5,700

is c o u n t

$433,094

D

$455,405

and

$72,241
40,651
15,104
16,925
20,548
17,950
201,709
213
96,826
2,470
13,269
921
6,170
3

e p o s it

$81,601
37,673
15,062
17,325
11,760
12,520
203,624
185
62,078
2,529
12,856
696
6,063
4

D

$120,461
12,802
16^241
17,025
9,798
8,115
191,855
'350
36,200
3'036
12,417
181
4,609
4

of

$145,226
13,411
16,356
13,750
6^798
4,461
162,485
156
72,879
3,428
10,727
62
5,663
3

Add for cents....................................................................................................




ebster.

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

B anks

Total resources...........................................................................................
LIABILITIES
Capital...............................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits............................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.: Deposits by the State of New York..........................
Due depositors, not preferred...........................................................................

F rank N . W

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

on

Assets not included in any of the above heads.................................................
Add for cents....................................................................................................

albott,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

eport

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities.............................................................................................
Private securities...........................................................................................
Real estate owned.............................................................................................
Mortgages owned..............................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est., coll...
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral...............................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.......................
Overdrafts.........................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers................................................
Specie................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States...........................

John A . T

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

C a sh ier.

R

RESOURCES

HARRY A. FREEMAN,

BANK OF STEUBEN
S h i r l e y E. B r o w n ,
J a y H. S t e v e n s ,

— H

ornell

[82 Main street; organized 1902]

C . W . E T Z , President.

DIRECTORS

B. C. D e W i t t ,
L. W i l s o n R o c k w e l l ,

C

Jo seph S c h a u l,

C

h arles W . E tz,
L ester R o c k w ell,
lyde
Sh u l t s ,

J.

E.

G

eorge H ollands,
B . B radley,
W alker

J.
J. E.

RESOURCES

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities............................................................................................
Private securities...........................................................................................
Real estate owned.............................................................................................
Mortgages owned..............................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral........................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..............................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured bv collateral........................
Overdrafts.........................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers............................ ...................
Specie................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States...........................
Cash items........................................................................................................
Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets........................
Assett not included in any of the above heads.................................................
Add for cents....................................................................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

L e R O Y SM IT H , Cashier.
W m . G. H o l l a n d s ,
Ja s . E . S c h w a r zb n b a c h ,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

S a m u e l S. K a r r ,
D o n L . Sh a r p ,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$417,116
90,281
78,700
38,495

$329,116
90,281
72,200
43,295

6,300
111,000
869,721
597
148,134
4,248
32,900
14,719
8,725
3

2,000
119,000
842,556
548
103,577
5,748
42,422
17,872
3,627
9; 125
3

2,000
121,000
853,486
2,096
93,918
4,373
42,108
10,719
1,985
8,270
2

6,860
158,000
776,568
2,471
133,328
4,873
42,099
4,016
15,439
9,270
3

$1,855,694

$1,758,060

$1,764,549

$1,687,819

Capital.................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits....................................................
Due depositors, not preferred..................................................................
B payable.........................................................................................
ills
O
ther liabilities.....................................................................................
Add for cents........................................................................................

$100,000
124,481
1,481,212
130,000
20,000
1

$100,000
122,862
1,420,345
100,000
14,852
1

$100,000
126,509
1,523,187

$100,000
129,839
1,442,127

14,852
1

15,852
1

Total liabilities................................................................................

$1,855,694

$1,758,060

$1,764,549

$1,687,819

Total resources..........................................................................................
L IA B IL IT IE S




uarterly

$401,906
89,681
78,700
41,295

Q

$441,556
96,981
78,700
42,110

m

•I
H

&
8

8
%

H

oo

C
D

“I

F rank

D.

A rth ur,

OF

S U FFO LK

—

Sto

n y

B

rook

[Main street; organized 1907]

P resid en t.
B

COUNTY

198

B ANK
W M . P. YOUNGS,

e n j.

F.

P

ow ell,

DIRECTORS
F. L. J o h a n n s ,
H. E.
W

m

. P. Y

R

o b in s o n ,

GEORGE HELLEN,
H. K.

T

C. L.

w it c h e l l ,

R

C a sh ier.

o s s it e r ,

ou n g s.

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

15,972
6,938
5

23,901
6,984
4

Total resources.................................................................................................

$465,983

$457,555

$447,641

$470,378

$25,000
25,867

$25,000
26,523

$25,000
25,920

$25,000
26,259

5,000
12,000
321,046
75,000
2,069
1

5,000
5,000
349,742
45,000
1,290

5,000
9,000
354,791
25,000
2,929
1

5,000
10,000
375,099
25,000
4,019
1

$465,983

$457,555

$447,641

$470,378

LIABILITIES

Capital. .. .................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Deposits by the State of New Y ork..................................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Bills payable.............................................................................................................
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
Total liabilities..................................................................................................




D is c o u n t

24,058
8,177
4

and

$64,840
173,766
15,000
4,698
57,978
103,540
20
14,846
545
4,256

D e p o s it

$52,993
194,388
15,000
4,731
35,077
102,505
64
13,168
327
6,473

of

$47,418
182,881
15,000
4,731
52,781
114,128
45
4,103
280
3,949

B anks

Other currencv authorized bv the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets..........................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

$110,768
151,648
15,000
4,754
46,971
87,937
413
13,238
202
6,026
24
21,221
7,776
5

on

Stock and bond investments, viz. :
Public securities....................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll...
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

R eport

reso urces

TH E BANK OF.|UNITED STATES — N ew Y ork C ity
[320 Fifth avenue; organized 1913]

JOS. S. M ARCU S, President.

LOUIS K . H Y D E , Cashier.

DIRECTORS

Job. S. M a r c u s,
I . G il m a n ,

C onrad H u bert,
R . Sa d o s k y ,

B e r n a r d K. M a r c u b ,
G e o . C. V a n T u y l , J r .,
E d m u n d W r ig h t ,

H

enry

C h a s . D. R a f f e r t y ,
St e p h e n S t e p h a n o ,

Loeb,

J . L. H o f f m a n .
I. L. P h i l l i p s ,

RESOURCES

G e o . L. S t o r m ,
M a x W e in s t e in ,

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

$1,205,229
241,867
205,000
4,610,051
2,790,257
2,011
992,843
200,536
133,692
72,457
141,404
104,770
75,909
4
$10,776,030

$1,962,685
273,804
205,000
5,990,884
7,842,980
5,614
1,926,505
295,041
182,014
24,060
917,558
237,962
139,591
4
$20,003,702

$2,733,326
321,301
197,500
4,431,230
15,741,739
5,345
4,794,530
300,884
192,471
43,399

$1,618,280
315,824
197,500
5,027,481
17,722,451
10,785
6,138,840
413,745
229,660
313,238

1,010,939
112,842
4
$29,885,510

1,148,153
132,872
5
$33,268,834

$ 1 , 000,000

$ 1 , 000,000

$ 1 , 000,000

351,221

$ 1 , 000,000

275,437

426,341

487,064

25,000
447.000
8,455,005
3,436
400.000

25,000
646,000
16,261,055
13,297
1,250,000

25,000
634,000
22,133,912
11,856
4,070,000

25,000
325,000
23,945,646
12,891

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

Stock and bond investments, viz.:

1 , 000,000

4,907,198
105,234
64,916

251,637
205,491

1,239,932
344,467

1,186,040
379,993

$33,268,834

2

1

2

$10,776,030

$20,003,702

$29,885,510

2

199




Statem ents

LIABILITIES

Capital...............................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits........
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Deposits by the State of New Y ork ..........
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets
Due depositors, not preferred.........................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers.
Bills payable.....................................................
Rediscounts..............................................................................................................
Acceptances of drafts payable at a future date or authorized by commercial
letters of credit.....................................................................................................
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total liabilities.................................................................................................

Q uarterly

Private securities.................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets..........................
Customers’ liability on acceptances (per contra, see liabilities).........................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total resources.................................................................................................

J ohn

D.

— N ew

[1915 Amsterdam avenue; organized 1901]

P resid en t.

DIRECTORS
B eals,

D a v id S t e w a r t ,

John W h alen ,
W. J. M. D o n o v a n ,

N e w e l l M a r t in ,
D a n i e l F. M a h o n t ,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

C a sh ier.

J . R o m a In e B r o w n ,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

62,802
6
$3,798,155

$100,000
441,714

$100,000
450,877

$100,000
457,698

$100,000
440,072

5,687
46,000
5,000
2,398,850
851

4,843
70,000
5,000
2,781,921
2,342

5,385
63,000
5,000
2,737,762
13,589
200,000

7,832
65,000
5,000
3,067,417
12,537

234,737
2
$3,232,841

215,466
2
$3,630,451

215,719
2
$3,798,155

11,250
183;812
2
$3,892,922

D is c o u n t

44,865
6
$3,630,451

and

31,725
7
$3,232,841

$693,550
1,158;287
252,612
12,457
21;000
392,634
651,146
48
183,719
121,027
260,751
80,934
11,250
53,502
5
$3,892,922

D e p o s it

$758,013
1,080,587
252,612
14,227
21,000
319,790
689,313
82
200,493
127,670
196,192
75,368

of

$664,246
973,397
252,612
14,227
28,852
320,938
727,610
303
146,550
151,954
200,752
104,139

B anks

$471,274
829,545
252,612
7,977
29,852
398,113
703,949
1,030
149,810
52,691
235,547
68,709

LIABILITIES

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings banks.................................................................
Deposits by the State of New Y ork ..................................................................
Deposits by the Superintendent of Banks of the State of New Y ork ...........
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Bills payable.............................................................................................................
Acceptances of drafts payable at a future date or authorized by commercial
letters of credit.....................................................................................................
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total liabilities.................................................................................................




H e r m a n F. E p p l e ,
J a s . J. O ’ S h a u g h n e s s y .

on

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Real estate owned.................................... ......................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll.. .
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items.................................................................................................................
Customers’ liability on acceptances (per contra, see liabilities).........................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total resources.................................................................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

C it y

JAS. J. O’SHAUGHNESSY,

R eport

RESOURCES

Y ork

200

B AN K OF WASHINGTON HEIGHTS
JOHN WHALEN,

BANK
CHARLES H. KAVANAUGH,
Louie R.

B r e s l in ,

A rthur

OF

P resid en t.

B.

C obden,

C h as.

H.

W ATER FO R D
[Organized 1919]
DIRECTORS

K avanaugh,

—

W

aterford

W. D. LOWTHER,
N.

G eorge
M ic h o n ,
W il l ia m A . T ie r n e y .

RESOURCES

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

E dw ard

L.

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Orth,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Cashier.

E dw ard Strecker

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$7,439
39,301
70
100,720
88,790
2,448
13,427
385
1,161
3

Total resources................................................................................................

$253,744

LIABILITIES

Capital.....................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.: Deposits by the State of New York..........................
Due depositors, not preferred................................................................................
Other liabilities.......................................................................................................

>
>
w
d
W

$50,000
10,014
15,000
176,620
2,110

Total liabilities................................................................................................

«o
d
r S tatem ents

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities..................................................................................................
Private securities................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
Specie.......................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items...............................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents...........................................................................................................

$253,744

'201




E llsw orth
W il l ia m P

T.

B u rgess,
K elsey,

OF

W ESTB U RY

—

W estbu ry

S t a t io n

[Post avenue; organized 1910]

P resid en t.

ROBT. W. M cCORD,

C ash ier.

DIRECTORS
S . M a r v in B a r l e y ,
G e o . W. L a s c e l l e ,

R obt. L ow B acon,
W m . W. C o c k s ,
C h r is t ia n S c h w ic k e r ,

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

J o h n R . H il l ,
F ran k P ow ers,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

H arold E . H a w xh u r st,
P eter E . Sm all,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$502,720

$541,653

$588,537

Capital..........................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits.....................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Deposits by the State of New Y ork.......................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets............................
Due depositors, not preferred.....................................................
Bills payable.................................................................................
Other liabilities.............................................................................
Add for cents................................................................................

$25,000
29,165

$25,000
29,511

$25,000
31,992

$25,000
33,425

5,000
22,792
402,759
10,000
2,044
2

5,000
7,962
412,046
20,000
3,200
1

5,000
13,230
464,072

5,000
6,601
514,659

2,357
2

3,850
2

Total liabilities.....................................................................

$496,762

$502,720

$541,653

$588,537

LIABILITIES

D is c o u n t

$496,762

Total resources.....................................................................

and

$103,556
148,927
5,424
43,025
82,183
98,974
20
38,143
1,180
22,848
1,968
35,472
6,812
5

D e p o s it

$113,446
148,820
5,424
45,050
57,210
81,115
11
27,712
1,631
25,334
218
30,202
5,476
4

of

$134,446
143,463
5,424
38,625
50,640
61,134
49
17,891
2,113
14,649
757
28,164
5,361
4

B anks

$152,250
138,513
5,924
40,925
46,619
64,454
39
8,255
2,461
11,723
455
18,104
7,035
5

on

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities.......................................................................
Private securities......................................................................
Real estate owned........................................................................
Mortgages owned.........................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.......................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral
Overdrafts....................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers.........................
Specie............................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States. .
Cash items....................................................................................
Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets.
Assets not included in any of the above heads.........................
Add for cents................................................................................

H e n r y H ic k s ,
R o b e r t W. M c C o r d ,
Sa m u e l V e l so r .

R eport

RESOURCES




202

BANK
FRANK POWERS,

BANK

OF

W IL L IA M S V ILL E

E. H. H U TCH IN SO N , President.
E. H.
M

H

u t c h in s o n

ic h a e l

F is c h e r ,

A. D.
T

DIRECTORS

B

is s e l l ,

heodore
ow ard

H

S. H . S c h u e c k l e r ,
G . B r it t in g ,

—

W

il l ia m s v il l e

[Organized 1917]
L. P. M e t e r ,
J a m e s C h a l m e r s , J r .,
Sn t d e r ,

L. P.

RESOURCES

A l b e r t H. M e t e r ,
G eo. L . H elfter,
B . W. C o r n w a l l ,

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

L a f a t b t t e L. G r o v e ,
J o h n E . Se c b is t ,
C h as. S. B u r k h a rd t.

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

H o w a r d B isse l l ,
H ow ard B . L ong,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

82,089
2,571
22,833
424
11,350'
4
$1,000,535

$192,983
413,985
9,763
130,405
10,200
29,885
131,794
12
30,014
1,822
20,188
1,331
14,481
5
$986,868

$25,000
14,369

$25,000
20,418

$25,000
25,658

$25,000
27,015

7,500

10,000

10,000

10,000

1,903
5,000
38,000
554,344
3,150
2
$649,268

6,086
5,000
41,000
762,720
36,555
2
$906,781

1,022
5,000
45,000
849,870
38,983
2
$1,000,535

1,682
5,000
12,000
879,493
26,677
1
$986,868

$207,611
401,040
9,763
101,905
12,000
27,114
121,831

LIABILITIES

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings banks.................................................................
Due New York State savings and loan associations, credit unions and land
bank..................................................................................................................
Deposits by the State of New Y ork ..................................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
Due depositors, not preferred................................................................................
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total liabilities.................................................................................................




«D

203

$172,853
334,471
9,650
82,905
12,150
21,232
109,708
64
125,688
1,664
27,271
50
9,072
3
$906,781

Statem ents

$132,894
235,069
9.650
62,155
8.650
19,551
79,701
109
82,605
1,614
9,400
1,444
6,422
4
$649,268

!u a r t e r l y

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
.........................
Private securities...............................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. c o ll...
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total resources.................................................................................................

H O W ARD G. B R IT T IN G , Cashier.

204

TH E BANK OF W ORCESTER — W o r c e s t e r
GEO. B. CRIPPEN,
E l l a W . W ie t in g ,

[Main street; organized 1884]

P resid en t.
John

S.

JOHN D. BULSON,

C ashier.

DIRECTORS
W aterm an,

G e o . B . C r ip p e n ,

John

D.

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

$616,420

$654,450

$685,021

LIABILITIES

$30,000
107,676

$30,000
111,812

$30,000
115,553

28,000
19,000
422,190
17,000
5,806
1

28,000
435,501

25,000
6,000
474,863

25,000
3,000
505,512

15,242
1

6,773
2

5,955
1

Total liabilities.........................................

$628,398

$616,420

$654,450

$685,021




is c o u n t

$30,000
106,401

D

Capital...............................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits........
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Deposits by the State of New Y ork ..........
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets
Due depositors, not preferred.........................
Bills payable.....................................................
Other liabilities.................................................
Add for cents....................................................

and

10,550
4

e p o s it

6

D

$628,398

25,300
2

$105,257
131,433
500
77,700
4,500
22,880
236,031
434
81,791
1,341
12,600

of

Total resources.................................................................................................

886

9,712

$104,447
135,348
500
86,700
4,500
22,252
229,242
602
45,165
1,320
10,732
36
13,600

anks

$73,019
125,514
500
86,700
4,500
23,615
223,841
61
42,770

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

B

$68,620
109,755
500
84,200
4,500
21,120
204,557
237
36,127
1,209
8,645
96
88,827
5

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

N ic h o l s .

on

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities.................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. c o ll...
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

M. H.

B tjlso n ,

eport

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

R

resources

Jam es J o h n son ,

B IN G H A M
C. W . B IN G H A M , President.
C. W . B

in g h a m

,

H. H.

STATE

BANK

—

M ou nt

M o r r is

[66 Main street; organized 1915]
DIRECTORS

S c o v il l e ,

F. D o n o v a n ,
F. E. V a n D o r n .

J.

RESOURCES

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities.................................................................................................
Mortgages owned....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral...............................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................

A lbebt

C.

F. E. V A N D O RN, Cashier.
O lp,

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

J. W . S l a i g h t ,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

B . E .B b o p h e l ,

Statejnent of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$50,196
27,562
51,650

$57,014
37,250
51,925

Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

12,600
66,233
219,011
70
37,785
3,224
13,530
1,256
5,411
3

11,626
67,702
234,682
151
32,909
3,116
13,019
1,222
4,316
4

12,920
55,961
242,939
140
41,608
3,464
11,993
1,229
5,031
5

12,720
45,334
229,524
114
43,299
3,441
14,256
345
4,836
5

Total resources.................................................................................................

$503,650

$483,334

$504,698

$500,063

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.: Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Bills payable............................................................................................................
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

$50,000
19,771
14,000
369,810
697
45,000
4,370
2

$50,000
17,426
71,553
283
40,000
4,070
2

$50,000
16,505
11,000
405,534
796
15,000
5,860
3

$50,000
17,527
3,000
421,828
861

Total liabilities.................................................................................................

$503,650

$483,334

$504,698

$500,063

LIABILITIES

6,845
2

205




Statem ents

$40,575
27,562
46,450

Q uarterly

$72,465
27,562
44,500

B O W ERY

F rank

N.

D odd,

C h a s . E s s ig ,

BANK

O F NEW YO R K — N
[124-126 Bowery; organized 1888]

J. S t a n l e y F o s t e r ,
W m . F. K a m m e r e r ,

DIRECTORS
M a r t i n S. P a i n e ,
W F. N o r t o n .

ork

C it y
CHAS. ESSIG, Cashier.

E u g e n e C o l e m a n S a v id g e ,

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

R obert

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

S.

F ergu son ,

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

4,850
2,334,836
183,217
333,968
289,670
327,025
148,073
34,411
3

4,000
1,808,137
230,138
283,216
340,860
343,029
476,912
25,603
3

4,000
2,236,150
316,329
428,041
383,363
242,235
334,239
31,516
3

4,000
2,501,216
373,286
950,985
353,829
301,060
288,758
36,268
1

Total resources.................................................................................................

$6,872,875

$7,023,340

$6,762,438

$7,926,744

LIABILITIES

$250,000
812,346

$250,000
828,969

$250,000
836,327

$250,000
839,844

93,067
213,500
5,496,334

117,066
339,000
5,456,021

67,281
36,304
5,555,462

Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

7,626
2

32,283
1

17,062
2

99,793
16,800
6,201,501
500,000
18,805
1

Total liabilities.................................................................................................

$6,872,875

$7,023,340

$6,762,438

$7,926,744




D is c o u n t

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings banks..................................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................

and

$906,036
1,906,305
270,000
35,000

D e p o s it

$479,330
2,002,232
270,000
35,000

of

$1,109,068
2,097,374
270,000
35,000

B anks

$625,068
2,281,754
275,000
35,000

on

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral...............................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................

Y

R eport

RESOURCES

ew

206

TH E
J. ST A N LE Y FO STER, President.

THE BROADALBIN BAN K — B k o a d a lb in
[Organized 1919]

H EN R Y C. FINCH, President.
H e n r y C. F i n c h ,
W il l is A . H a y d e n ,
B e n j a m in C . S m it h ,

A m o s C. B e n e d i c t ,
W il l ia m P . J e f f o r d s ,
W il b u r N . S o w l e ,

E . L eG rand B eers,
W m . P ie r s o n J u d s o n ,
C h as. E . V an V ran k en ,

RS UCS
EO RE

Total resources...............................................................................
L B
IA ILITIE
S
Capital.................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits....................................................
Due depositors, not preferred..................................................................
O
ther liabilities......................................................................................
Add for cents........................................................................................




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

N e l s o n L . F in c h ,
R ic h a r d H . L e e ,
E dw ard V obburgh,

S tem t o
ta en f
c n itio
od n
F .2 11
eb 1, 9 9

P e r c y H . F in c h ,
J o h n M. P a r i s ,
W a lte r A . W oods,

S tem n o
ta e t f
c n itio
od n
J n 30, 1 1
ue
99

W a l l a c e F in c h ,
Jam es P . R o sa,
J. W a l t e r So w l e .

S tem t o
ta en f
c n itio
od n
Sp 1, 11
e t. 2 9 9
$1,000

S te e t o
ta m n f
c n itio
od n
N 1, 11
ov. 2 9 9

1,500
18,102
28,216
61,519
148
4,320
1
2,549
2

$2,550
31,060
1,641
19,129
60,031
53,218
527
4,500
29
3,127
4

$117,357

$175,816

$40,000
10,251
66,795
310
1

$40,000
10,473
124,842
500
1

$117,357

<0
d

$175,816

pi

H
fej
Pi

d

Statem ents

Stock and bond investm
ents, viz.:
Public securities.................................................................................
Private securities................................................................................
Real estate ow
ned..................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral........................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.....................
Due from trust com
panies, banks and bankers..........................................
Specie...................................................................................................
O
ther currency authorized by law of the U
s
nited States..............................
Cash item
s............................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads...........................................

Total liabilities..........

ARNOLD W . HAPEMAN, Cashier

DIRECTORS

to
o

208

B R O A D W A Y CENTRAL BANK — N e w Y o r k
FRANK WILLIAMS,

C

it y

[2574 Broadway; organized 1914]

ANTHONY ZIESAT,

C ashier.

DIRECTORS

J.

S. B r etz,
S im o n M e y e r ,

F r a n k W il l ia m s ,
E. J. D o w l i n g ,

RESOURCES

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

F r a n c is C r a v e ,
F r a n g h ia d i

H a r r y E . F ie l d ,

P. J.

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

on

$511,103
584,661
774,446
1,396
236,167
161,000
28,070
16,646
3

$534,051
593,937
792,439
968
328,539
163,000
29,744
20,837
3

$577,823
693,550
900,799
1,033
340,489
134,500
81,046
20,049
2

Total resources.................................................................................................
LIABILITIES
Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Deposits bv the State of New Y ork ..................................................................
Deposits otherwise preferred..............................................................................
Due depositors, not preferred................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

$1,930,402

$2,313,492

$2,463,518

$2,749,291

$100,000
46,898

$100,000
56,836

$100,000
61,971

$100,000
68,881

and

22,000
2,516
1,751,175
807
7,004
2

32,000
2,541
2,116,034

32,000
2,552
2,254,806

32,000
2,562
2,529,404

6,079
2

12,187
2

16,442
2

D is c o u n t

Total liabilities.................................................................................................

$1,930,402

$2,313,492

$2,463,518

$2,749,291

of




B anks

$300,914
489,173
710,666
2,790
258,562
125,672
27,018
15,603
4

D e p o s it

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
Specie...............................................
................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents......................................
..................................

G eorge K ern ,
D a v id F e u e r ,

R eport

M alcolm M . H a y w a r d ,
A l b e r t H ir s t ,

P resid en t.

BRONX
C. ADELBERT BECKER, President.
H enry

L.

St o d d a r d ,

C.

BOROUGH

BANK

—

N

e w

Y

o rk

C

it y

THOS. B. HANSON,

[440 East Tremont avenue; organized 1893]
DIRECTORS

A delbert B ecker,

J o h n P. D u n n ,
T h o m a s C. A r n o w .

E dw ard P olak,

RESOURCES

P.

H allock,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

C h a s . A . B e r r ia n ,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$150,000
69,866

$150,000
71,861

$150,000
74,307

$150,000
64,029

88,510
2,603
59,000
31,527

108,516
605
59,000
48,795

79,271
1,310
50,000
35,621

2,350,668
350

2,719,457
38,168

2,969,074
1,729

61,074
4,036
50,000
42,996
55,919
3,247,388
50

290,186
2
$3,042,712

141,434
1
$3,337,837

13,800
131,417
3
$3,506,532

62,352
3
$3,737,847

250,685
3
$3,042,712

$606,357
732,140
131,826
246,035
35,833
642,723
870,233
1,569
288,976
18,264
93,196
10,084

LIABILITIES

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings banks.................................................................
Due N. Y. State savings and loan associations, credit unions and land bank
Deposits by the State of New Y ork.................................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
Denosits otherwise preferred............................................................................
Due depositors, not preferred................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Acceptances of drafts payable at a future date or authorized by commercial
letters of credit....................................................................................................
Other liabilities........................................................................................................
Add for cents...........................................................................................................
Total liabilities.................................................................................................




«o
d
w

209

60,605
6
$3,737,847

$613,621
642,482
131,826
252,835
36,337
372,476
772,614
1,231
277,759
13,163
157,234
32,497

S tatem ents

33,757
5
$3,337,837

$635,211
783,301
131,826
251,635
33,773
518,052
816,000
1,532
121,475
32,484
113,737
14,617
13,800
39,085
4
$3,506,532

$416,916
634,414
267,068
209,220
35,471
294,643
674,280
295
144,230
18,372
90,790
6,325

:t e r l y

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities.................................................................................................
Real estate owned...................................................................................................
Mortgages owned....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. c o ll...
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Customers’ liability on acceptances (per contra, see liabilities).........................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents...........................................................................................................
Total resources.................................................................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

C harles

Cashier.

E dw ard A sh forth ,

—

N e w

Y ork

C it y

F.

D oherty,
G ie s e ,

E. F. GIESE,

C a sh ier.

DIRECTORS
J o h n R e is e n w e b e r ,
W. W a r n e r ,

W.

E u g e n e E. H i n k l e ,
J ules W e b e r ,

RESOURCES

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

Jacob L oew er,
W i n f i e l d S. W e s e r .

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Jacob M attern,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$518,070
112,534
25,000
1,293,705
580,039
2,877
348,964
43,902
320,470
8,070
46,605
3

Total resources.................................................................................................

$2,796,152

$3,130,294

$3,253,390

$3,300,239

$200,000
142,686

$200,000
142,136

$200,000
149,127

$200,000
157,073

20,000
73,579
2,344,585
8,412
6,888
2

35,000
114,651
2,623,720
8,487
6,299
1

35,000
71,942
2,776,427
8,505
12,388
1

35,000
2,942
2,886,303
8,538
10,382
1

Total liabilities.................................................................................................

$2,796,152

$3,130,294

$3,253,390

$3,300,239




D is c o u n t

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Deposits by the State of New Y ork..................................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
Due depositors, not preferred................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Other liabilities........................................................................................................
Add for cents...........................................................................................................

and

l ia b il it ie s

D e p o s it

$570,940
113,727
25,000
1,050,130
629,448
1,966
457,531
38,203
254,830
11,635
99,977
3

of

$511,594
96,890
25,000
1,013,890
598,215
4,843
413,409
33,341
247,788
6,074
179,246
4

B anks

$469,875
121,336
25,000
788,619
680,923
6,343
337,076
63,697
235,955
5,094
62,230
4

on

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities.................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll. ..
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured bv collateral.........................
Overdrafts................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

R eport

E. F.

BANK

[220 West 42d street; organized 1907]

P resid en t.
John

PARK

210

B RYANT
W. W. WARNER,

CATTARAUGUS COUNTY BANK
J. B.

— L it t l e

V alley

[Main street; organized 1902]

E. E. KELLEY, President.

FLOYD J. DAVIS,

Cashier.

DIRECTORS
F . C h a m p l in ,

C . J . C l a ir ,
H en r y M arsh ,

W . C. Parker,
T in t C h a m p l in ,

E . E . K elley,
F lo y d J. D a v is .

RESOURCES

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

E arl S. P a rk ,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

D . E . W h ip p l e ,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

Q uarterly

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
$155,166
$148,756
$150,000
Public securities...................................................................................................
$138,760
34,097
29,097
Private securities.................................................................................................
28 j 872
34,297
Real estate owned...................................................................................................
6,000
6,000
6,000
6'000
42*512
42,512
Mortgages owned....................................................................................................
41,112
39,977
25.000
30.000
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. c o ll...
25j000
25.000
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
60.000
40.000
30,000
50.000
202,317
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
194,231
156,090
126,268
352
Overdrafts................................................................................................................
72,818
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
70,038
77,592
41,628
8,716
15,000
Specie........................................................................................................................
7,500
6,500
10,000
20,802
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
10,676
10,532
Cash items................................................................................................................
336
1,699
3,969
2,994
1,562
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
1,583
1,562
1,000
2
3
4
Add for cents...........................................................................................................
1
$513,487

$541,480

$571,311

$613,655

Statem ents

Total resources.................................................................................................
LIABILITIES

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Deposits by the State of New Y ork..................................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
Due depositors, not preferred................................................................................
Other liabilities........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

$25,000
44,151

$25,000
45,550

$25,000
47,553

$25,000
48,612

6,000
12,804
419,231
6,300
1

5,000
793
458,636
6,500
1

5,000
19,922
467,334
6,500
2

5,000
18,525
510,017
6,500
1

Total liabilities.................................................................................................

$513,487

$541,480

$571,311

$613,655
211




212

C E N T E R M ORICHES BANK — Center M oriches
P resid en t.

J o h n L. H a v e n s ,
W i l h e l m D. H e r z o g ,
R i l e y P. H o w e l l ,

C h a s . E. L i s c u m ,
E d g a r D a n ie l s ,
A rthur J. H allock,

[Main street; organized 1902]

CHAS. E. LISCUM,

DIRECTORS
I. W i l l e t t s
G i l b e r t D.

D a v i d E. G o l d s m i t h ,
N o r m a n W. T e r r y ,
W m . C . R ogers,

G abdner,
R o gers,
W m . H . M ott,

RESOURCES

$548,475

$616,002

$730,732

$714,566

$25,000
32,595
487,652
104
3,123
1

$25,000
34,435
549,696

$25,000
34,726
666,870

$25,000
38,105
645,720

6,870
1

4,135
1

5,741

$548,475

$616,002

$730,732

$714,566

42,350
700
230,448
52,270
6
100,419
6,165
21,000
9,393
3

LIABILITIES

Capital.................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits...........
Due depositors, not preferred...........................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers. .
Other liabilities...................................................
Add for cents......................................................
Total liabilities...........................................




D iscount

102,988
4

43,140
900
81,633
65,504
2
48,133
3,218
19,769
1
9,546
5

and

$45,970
205,842

$970
195,654
7,199
41,150
800
80,8-54
96,850
14
65,242
3,700
20,577

D eposit

Total resources.................................................................................................

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

of

Assets not included in any of the above heads...................................................

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

B anks

Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

C a sh ier.

F rank F. P ennet,
E gbert H . T erry,

$40,970
205,842
6,704
43,400
700
222,839
56,484
90
108,894
3,894
26,500
29
14,383
3

$80,970
195,654

Real estate owned. : ................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll...
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................

D. C h i c h e s t e r ,
O. H o w e l l ,
S. R o b e r t s .

on

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

A lfbed
E gbert
J o s ia h

R eport

JOHN L. HAVENS,

CENTRAL BANK OF M E D IN A — M e d in a
WATSON F. BARRY, President.
L e R o y J. S k i n n e r ,

W m. L. B en n ett,

[514 Main street; organized 1909]
DIRECTORS
L o u is L a n d a u e r ,
E r w in R a n d s.

E. ROLAND CLARK, Cashier.

E . R olan d C la r k ,

RESOURCES

Assets not included in any of the above heads................................................
Total resources..........................................................................................

atson

F. B a r r y ,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

C

hab.

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

F. H u r d ,
Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$101,887
132,738
14,398
11,125
138,240
121,605
142,179
878
51,515
4,117
23,205
1,200
8,319
5

$106,687
143,046
14,398
11,075
132,246
174,726
116,550
925
45,403
4,839
24,420
3,769
6,202
5

$89,237
135,648
14,398
11,325
148,080
205,485
122,283
5,384
53,744
4,464
24,963
5,299
10,620
5

$111,864
125,706
14,398
11,325
136,472
211,387
111,039
991
92,573
5,674
28,479
7,658
12,718
6

$751,411

$784,291

$830,935

$870,290

$50,000
32,688

$50,000
37,673

$50,000
38,383

$50,000
42,839

21,000
22,239
621,822
413

21,000
5,304
611,949

19,000
3,804
614,958

19,000
17,768
734,617

55,000

6,065

LIABILITIES

Surplus, including all undivided profits...........................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Deposits by the State of New York.............................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets...................................................
Due depositors, not preferred...........................................................................
Due to trust- companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Bills payable.....................................................................................................

Total liabilities..........................................................................................




3,248

3,363

1

Other liabilities.................................................................................................

75.000
25.000
4,789

2

1

1

*784.291

*830 935

*870 290

«o

jUARTERLY STATEMENTS

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities............................................................................................
Private securities...........................................................................................
Real estate owned............................................................................................
Mortgages owned..............................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll.. .
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..............................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral........................
Overdrafts.........................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers................................................
Specie................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States...........................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

W

*751.411

MCO

P re s id en t .

LOUIS F. STUPP,

[3, 5 and 7 Main street East; organized 1888]

C ash ier.

214

TH E C E N TR A L BANK OF ROCHESTER — R o c h e s t e r
JOHN H. GREGORY,

DIRECTORS
W m . P it k in ,
H ow ard H . C

lapp,

B ernard D unn,
W . H . M ath ew s,
F r a n t z H a v e k s t ic k ,

John P . B ow m an,
M o r t im e r R . M il l e r ,

W h . H . B r ig g s ,
C h a s . E. H o y t ,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$300,000
364,079

$300,000
380,175

105,000
101,000
70,000
7,096,161
550,144
66,428
2

105,090
101,280
55,000
7,852,598
287,756
927,114
1

105,000
90,000
70,000
7,858,260
536,498
1,060,687
2

105,000
90,000
70,000
8,161,810
248,640
665,114
1

Total liabilities....................................................................................

$8,620,000

$9,986,693

$10,384,526

$10,020,740




is c o u n t

$300,000
357,854

D

$300,000
331,265

and

Capital.........................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits...................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings banks....................................................
Deposits by the State of New Y ork.....................................................
Deposits by the Superintendent of Banks of the State of New York
Due depositors, not preferred...................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers...........................................
Other liabilities...........................................................................................
Add for cents...............................................................................................

e p o s it

$10,020,740

D

$10,384,526

of

$9,986,693

LIABILITIES

anks

6

1,202

B

6

$8,620,000

Total resources

326,883
55,162
119,000
118,606
200,451
58,957
5

$1,320,853
446,098
105,629
218,840
5,460,397
1,767,020
347
264,502
66,458
223,200
208,311
234,301
68,564

on

$595,873
446,591
101,354
251,383
5,381,169
2,119,990
1,661
211,370
75,801
262,500
184,691
335,723
52,628

$920,845
425,352
102,829
281,516
4,994,159
2,165,800
1,498
525,401
46,257
109,000
149,527
203,197
61,305
7

$1,125,993
471,858
100,764
257,445
3,893,723
1,889,951

eport

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities....................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll...
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets..........................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

F r e d e r ic k W il l ,
John B . W egm an,

R

RESOURCES

N a t h a n G . W il l ia m s ,
John H . G regory,
L o u is F . St u p p .

CE N TR A L BANK OF W ESTCHESTER COUNTY
H O W A R D E. FO STER, President.
F r e d e r ic

S.

B

arnum

,

H o w a r d E. F o s t e r ,
J o h n A. S n e d e k e r ,

— W h it e

P l a in s

JOHN A. SNEDEKER,

[1 Court street; organized 1868]

C ashier.

DIRECTORS
L io n e l S u t r o ,
R ay F . B arnum .

C h a s . R . Sm it h ,

RESOURCES

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

C h arles

M.

Je su p,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

W

il s o n

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

B r o w n , J r .,

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$100,000
108,767

$100,000
95,196

$100,000
91,662

21,154
44,000
11,591
796,869
2,347
35,000
7,619
2
$1,143,317

36,527
44,000
11,736
829,503
8,260

48,552
44,000
11,736
896,235
600
38,000
12,277
2
$1,246,598

48,628
44,000
11,736
766,047
9,259
38,000
9,858
2
$1,119,192

8,061
2
$1,146,856

215




$100,000
124,735

Statem ents

LIABILITIES

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings banks.................................................................
Deposits by the State of New Y ork..................................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Bills payable....................................■
.......................................................................
Other liabilities........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total liabilities.................................................................................................

Q uarterly

Stock and bond investments, viz. :
Public securities...................................................................................................
$204,624
$195,023
$218,598
$226,873
Private securities.................................................................................................
464,559
424,491
423,313
435,398
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
35,554
35,554
35,5.54
35.000
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
99,100
102,100
99,100
95,600
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real estate coll.
12,895
17,150
12,900
12,890
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
31,485
62,282
195,718
90,508
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
61,904
101,507
75,722
68,103
Overdrafts................................................................................................................
8
36
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
129,366
149,945
161,481
147,220
Specie........................................................................................................................
4,693
3,812
7,426
6,940
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
30,630
24,564
26,496
28,605
Cash items................................................................................................................
2,341
6,422
4,845
5,338
Customers’ liability on acceptances (per contra, see liabilities).........................
3,168
Assets not included in any of the above heads...................................................
7,111
10,652
10,344
11.000
Add for cents............................................................................................................
3
3
4
5
Total resources.................................................................................................
$1,246,598
$1,143,317
$1,119,192
$1,146,856

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05

C E N TR A L M E R C A N TILE BANK OF NEW Y O R K — N e w Y o r k C i t y
P resid en t.

[1 East 14th street; organized 1917]

FRANK L. FISHER,

C a sh ier.

DIRECTORS
A r n i B jo r n so n ,
A l f r e d W. R i c h a r d s o n ,

G eorge
Sam u el

W. C r a f t ,
R. S m i t h ,

G e o r g e E t h r id g e ,
L a w r e n c e H. T a s k e r ,

A.

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

J o s e p h M. S c h w a r t z ,
H e n d e r s o n M. W o l f e .

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$2,025,020

$2,328,147

$2,553,737

Capital............................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits......................................
Due depositors, not preferred......................................................
Other liabilities..............................................................................
Add for cents.................................................................................

$100,000
55,164
1,504,529
8,507
1

$100,000
55,265
1,855,815
13,938
2

$100,000
72,333
2,141,031
14,783

$100,000
84,714
2,353,673
15,350

Total laibilities.......................................................................

$1,668,201

$2,025,020

$2,328,147

$2,553,737




D is c o u n t

$1,668,201

LIABILITIES

and

$44,693
353,000
1,403,205
592
109,258
224,841
118,318
251,437
48,392
1

D e p o s it

$59,900
135,000
1,404,485
130
232,534
180,850
18,492
249,203
47,550
3

of

49,973
3

$141,370
115,000
1,151,970
394
311,191
16,779
136,093
103,430
48,790
3

Total resources.......................................................................

$129,267
94,122
962,102
612
301,895
12,184
118,143

M a h l o n A. F r e e m a n ,
B reslau er,

B anks

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities.........................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.......................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral
Overdrafts......................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers.........................
Specie..............................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States. .
Cash items......................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads..........................
Add for cents..................................................................................

M. F o w l e s ,
L. W i l l e t s ,

on

RESOURCES

G eorge
M o r r is

R eport

GEORGE W. CRAFT,

C H ELS EA

EXC H AN G E

B A N K — N ew
[266 West 34th street; organized 1903]

A. E. STILGER, President.
L eopold B r o w n ,
W m . W est Sh a w ,

J o h n P. W i n d o l p h ,
I r v in g M . S h a w ,

E. C.

A.

St r if f l e r ,
E . St il g e r ,
T appan,

W. W.

Y ork City
W. W. TAPPAN,

DIRECTORS

J o s e p h S. H o u s e ,
E u g e n e F. M c G i r r ,
W m. W . M o u n t a i n .

resources

J o h n N. W i l l y b ,
W m . A. L o b b ,

L o n d o n I. W a l l ic k ,
M ic h a e l H . B l a k e ,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition

N 12, 1919
ov.

$2,272,470
11,725
145,648
137,786
30,000
1,527,995
2,122,185
27,754
723,347
31,858
300,000
938
70,661
4
$7,402,371

$2,849,162
11,725
144,634
137,786
30,000
1,657,441
2,258,192
34,835
684,291
425,289
300,000
830
86,797
4
$8,620,986

$2,989,252
11,725
144,634
136,786
30,000
1,760,617
2,453,570
10,013
728,861
418,358
300,000
581
100,330
5
$9,084,732

$2,587,252
11,725
144,634
134,998
30,000
1,619,446
2,489,897
12,074
1,384,077
491,917
400,000
739
95,780
4
$9,402,543

$400,000
146,418

$400,000
164,454

$400,000
161,164

$400,000
156,089

12,260
95,000
1,820
100,086
12,912
4,908,633
49,049
1,625,000
51,189
4
$7,402,371

278
115,000
1,708

3,782
100,000
1,704

5,544
100,000
1,703

14,302
6,788,745
16,340
1,050,000
70,154
5
$8,620,986

13,359
6,447,932
91,900
1,800,000
64,888
3
$9,084,732

13,388
7,052,862
107,347
1,500,000
65,607
3
$9,402,543

LIABILITIES

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State sav. and loan ass'ns, credit unions and land bank.. . .
Deposits by the State of New Y ork..................................................................
Deposits by the Superintendent of Banks of the State of New Y ork............
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
Deposits otherwise preferred..............................................................................
Due depositors, not preferred................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Bills payable.............................................................................................................
Other liabilities........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total liabilities.................................................................................................




Quarterly Statements

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities............................................ '....................................................
Real estate owned...................................................................................................
Mortgages owned....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll.
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts..............................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Specie......................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items.......................................................................................................... •.. .
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents...................................................................................... .....................
Total resources.................................................................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

C ashier.

to

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TH E CITIZENS BANK OF ARCADE
JASON D. CASE,

— A rcade

[Main street; organized 1890]

P resid en t.

JACKSON H. SMITH,

C ash ier.

DIRECTORS
Jason

D.

C ase,

D. C.

B entley,

James

RESOURCES

F b a n c is ,

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

G eorge

E. H ogue,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

R euben

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

J.

T il t o n ,

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$1,145,622

$1,223,310

$1,333,451

Capital............................. . .. .......................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits......................................
Preferred deposits, viz.: Deposits by the State of New York
Due depositors, not preferred......................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers.............................
Other liabilities..............................................................................
Add for cents.................................................................................

$60,000
43,535
9,000
866,682
28,000
10,150

$60,000
45,308
9,000
1,021,314

$60,000
46,851
8,000
1,098,459

$60,000
50,245
8,000
1,205,205

10,000

10,000

10,000
1

Total liabilities.......................................................................

$1,107,367

$1,145,622

$1,223,310

$1,333,451

LIABILITIES




D is c o u n t

$1,017,367

Total resources...............................................................................................

6

and

$99,650
264,353
12,596
81,631
62,542
95,657
494,715
1,411
184,539
4,409
29,397
1,144
1,401

D e p o s it

$99,900
250,345
12,596
57,381
57,315
103,277
469,697
978
139,073
3,904
26,818
492
1,530
4

of

$100,045
161,548
12,596
54,008
54,050
115,463
423,231
1,387
190,362
3,965
25,880
1,136
1,947
4

B anks

$132,645
74,522
12,596
46,704
54,869
125,466
395,739
468
143,285
3,470
22,610
1,394
3,594
5

on

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities..................................................................................................
Private securities................................................................................................
Real estate owned......................................................................... ........................
Mortgages owned...................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll.
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.......................
Overdrafts...............................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers..................................................
Specie................................................... ...................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States...........................
Cash items..............................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads...................................................
Add for cents..........................................................................................................

H.

R eport

J a c k s o n H. S m i t h ,
O. T. W i l s o n .

THE CITIZENS BANK
ELON P. SPINK, President.

— A t t ic a

[6 Main street; organized 1911]

B. T. SANDS, Cashier.

DIRECTORS
J ohn M atteson ,
E l o n P . S p in k ,

R . J. T il t o n ,
B u rto n T . San d s,

E d w in T . G a t ,
T . B ramer,

H.

J a c k s o n H . Sm it h ,
A u g u s t u s W . S m it h ,

RESOURCES

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

B . F. F rench,
Jaso n D . C a s e .

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

F . M . R ic h a r d s ,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
$94,377
109,162
10,000
29,530
18,296
36,825
202,188
950
44,711
1,291
11,509
436
4,999
5

$81,583
142,506
10,000
33,230
18,079
40,140
210,288
548
30,055
1,150
11,348
839
5,423
4

Total resources.................................................................................................

$573,710

$577,270

$564,279

$585,193

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Deposits by the State of New Y ork..................................................................
Other deposits secured bv pledge of assets.......................................................
Due depositors, not preferred................................................................................
Other liabilities........................................................................................................
Add for cents...........................................................................................................

$30,000
21,236

$30,000
22,983

$30,000
22,204

$30,000
23,865

14,500
2,136
501,337
4,500
1

16,000
2,152
501,635
4,500

14,000
2,192
491,382
4,500
1

16,000
2,150
508,177
5,000
1

Total liabilities.................................................................................................

$573,710

$577,270

$564,279

$585,193

Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll.
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................

Statem ents

$109,797
100,772
10,000
30,930
17,421
19,294
192,466
230
77,029
525
11,837
1,597
5,367
5

Q uarterly

Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents...........................................................................................................

$149,180
60,395
10,000
27,845
19,791
19,912
206,786
159
61,541
919
12,397
111
4,670
4

Private securities.................................................................................................

LIABILITIES

219




W
N

m

.

T.

M

orm an

organ,

G.

K

e is e r ,

P resid en t.

J. A. S t a c k ,
W m . C. K i n g ,

BANK

OF

B IN G H A M T O N

—

B

[29 Chenango street; organized 1914]
DIRECTORS
A rth ur L . K e n t,
F r a n k J. M a n g a n
T h o m a s J. M a n g a n ,

A . C . C r ossley,
L o u is M . W e e d ,
H u g h J. W o l f e .

Stock and bond investments, viz.: Public securities.........................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. co ll...
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

GEORGE A. THOMPSON,
F r e d J. B a u m a n n ,
G eorge A . K en t,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

P.

C ashier.

W

F . C u s ic k ,
alter A . L ester,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

$498,605
95,739
64,300
217,347
569,378
570
137,908
2,503
34,314
14,975
13,900
3

$369,802
88,789
70,800
295,462
652,897
587
204,861
5,162
68,360
29,699
7,900
5

$402,612
87,789
29,050
351,006
776,734
660
177,002
6,026
46,065
36,773
13,900
4

$362,920
104,789
44,050
461,763
813,857
955
127,258
7,051
43,412
39,859
15,900
3

Total resources.................................................................................................

$1,649,542

$1,794,324

$1,927,621

$2,021,817

$100,000
65,110

$100,000
71,406

$100,000
70,657

$100,000
78,682

554
14.000
25.000

6,818
14,000
25'000

1,249,417
154,460
35,000
6,000
1
$1,649,542

LIABILITIES

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings banks..................................................................
Due New York State sav. and loan ass’ns, credit unions and land bank... .
Deposits by the State of New Y ork ..................................................................
Deposits by the Superintendent of Banks of the State of New Y ork...........
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Bills payable.............................................................................................................
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total liabilities.................................................................................................




1,437,364
139,735

10,000
3,736
14.000
25.000
14.000
1,522,923
162,303

1,619,243
173,129

1

5,000
2

9,000
1

$1,794,324

$1,927,621

$2,021,817

2,762
14.000
25.000

R eport on B anks of D eposit and D iscount

resources

in g h a m t o n

220

C IT IZ E N S
GEORGE A. KENT,

CITIZENS BANK OF CAPE VIN CEN T — Cape V incent
CHARLES C. COOKE,
C harles C . C ooke,

J. W. C o r n a i r e ,

[Organized 1919]
DIRECTORS

P resid en t.
D . C . M id d l e t o n ,
G eo rg e D on ald so n ,
E d w . A. G o s i e r ,

A.

L. D

ezen grem el,

E. D. F i t z g e r a l d ,
M. G. F i t z g e r a l d ,

THOMAS C. KILLEEN,

Jos. M . M

ason ,

C. T. S a c k e t ,
D. V. S e e b e r .

RESOURCES

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

F r e d L . B u r d ic k ,
J a s . P. D a v i s ,

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$1,450
11,948
3,045
304
138,149
12,012

549
3,937
70
2,424
3

Total resources.................................................................................................
LIABILITIES
Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

$173,891

Total liabilities.................................................................................................

Q uarterly S tatements

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral...........................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

F red C onstance,
J o h n R. K i l b o r n ,

Cashier.

$173,891




$50,000
9,269
112,959
1,661

2

to
to

J . W . W a d s w o r t h , J r .,

—

D a n s v il l e

[193 Main street; organized 1887]

P resid en t.

222

TH E CITIZENS BANK OF DANSVILLE
FRANK FIELDER,

F. H. JOHANTGEN,

Cashier.

DIRECTORS

H.

Frank D ter,
F r a n k F ie l d e r ,

Isa a c B . K n a pp,
P h i l i p E. B l u m ,

W m , H . H artm an,
E. R. G r i s w o l d .

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

34,699
89,585
199,160
77
101,644
5,679
15,905
528
3,100
4

33,293
91,449
220,561
577
121,300
4,650
15,702
407
2,580
4

32,804
95,334
209,055
89
85,749
3,601
18,712
146
4,154
4

Total resources.................................................................................................

$595,100

$661,662

$731,363

$698,362

$50,000
37,071
11,002
492,625

$50,000
41,333

$50,000
42,942

567,614

$50,000
40,189
26,000
609,874

4,400
2

2,715

5,300

$595,100

$661,662

$731,363

LIABILITIES

Capital.......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits..................................................... ...........
Preferred deposits, viz.: Other deposits secured by pledge of assets...............
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................

Total liabilities.................................................................................................




594,293
5,826
5,300
1
$698,362

D is c o u n t

Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items.........................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

37,654
84,023
159,197
652
96,790
4,738
14,291
2,047
2,130
2

and

$124,875
101,939
6,000
15,900

D e p o s it

$126,437
92,103
6,000
16,300

of

$109,482
85,499
6,000
10,300

B anks

$106,558
70,718
6,000
10,300

on

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral............................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

L e w is H . H e c k m a n ,

R eport

RESOURCES

F ran k H . Johantgen,

TH E CITIZENS BANK OF GRIFFIN CORNERS, N. Y .— F l e i s c h m a n n s
JOEL L. KEATOR,
Joel

L. K

eato r

,

P resid en t.

H. S. V e r m i l y e a ,

[Main street; organized 1910]
DIRECTORS
E. L. H i n c k l e y ,

C l a r e n c e W il s o n ,
O. F . B allard,

A. D

Cashier.

o o l it t l e

,

Total resources.................................................................................................
LIABILITIES
Capital............................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits.....................................
Preferred deposits, viz.: Deposits by the State of New York
Due depositors, not preferred......................................................
Bills payable..................................................................................
Rediscounts....................................................................................
Other liabilities..............................................................................
Add for cents.................................................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$18,580
13,646
10,775
12,900

$19,580
23,443
14,275
11,158

$19,530
23,943
14,275
20,484

14,739
8,889
125,186
101
25,087
1,667
4,875
162
6,968
3

14,956
13,121
139,624
153
23,702
2,437
5,765
220
6,899
4

14,958
13,717
118,610
62
139,459
3,794
12,245
3,634
7,215
5

14,452
11,603
126,379
292
45,278
3,212
5,510
251
7,282
4

$245,703

$262,782

$382,155

$292,495

$25,000
10,401
12,500
170,571
15,000
10j050
2,181

$25,000
10,247
12,500
170,493
25,000
17^103
2,438
1

$25,000
10,761
11,000
333,175

$25,000
12,062
11,000
241,619

2,218
1

2,813
1

$245,703

$262,782

$382,155

$292,495

223

$20,680
13,646
10,700
13,000

Q uarterly S tatem ents

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities.................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral...........................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents......................... .................................................................................




F rank

R . W . P a w l in g .

resources

Total liabilities......................................................................

R. W. PAWLING,
C. H. V e r m i l y a ,

224

T H E CITIZENS BANK OF LOCKE, N. Y.—
C. J. HEWITT,
W h it e ,

E. G.

M asters,

resources

cI n to sh

,

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

C. J.

H e w it t ,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

J.

Cashier.

M e l v il l e S t e w a r t ,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

2,000
60,731
35,684
691
3,280
128
4,525
3

$208,459

$181,593

$173,673

$198,037

Capital............................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits.....................................
Preferred deposits, viz.: Deposits by the State of New York
Due depositors, not preferred......................................................
Other liabilities..............................................................................
Add for cents.................................................................................

$25,000
16,347
19,000
147,362
750

$25,000
17,508
19,000
118,884
1,200
1

$25,000
18,072
17,000
113,101
500

$25,000
18,368
17,000
136,668
1,000
1

Total liabilities.....................................................................

$208,459

$181,593

$173,673

$198,037

Total resources.................................................................................................

D

2,000
47,889
826
22,726
656
4,560
23
4,033
3

LIABILITIES

is c o u n t




and

2,000
54,113
271
22,734
726
5,565
27
4,024
3

e p o s it

2,000
58,419
630
26,141
1,022
3,642
79
4,035
3

D

$2,000
57,206
2,500
29,289

of

$3,150
55,918
2,500
29,389

anks

$3,150
56,991
2,500
29,489

B

$25,500
45,892
2,500
38,596

on

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral............................................................................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items.................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for ce ats............................................................................................................

N. LOWE,

eport

H orton M etzgar,
G il e s M . St o d d a r d .

DIRECTORS
A. C. M

R

J. L.

L ocke

[Organized 1895]

P resid en t.

C IT IZ E N S

BANK

C. S. KN IGH T, President.
qo

C . S. K n ig h t ,
G i l b e r t R. P a l e n ,

OF

M ONROE

—

M

onkoe

[Organized 1915]

W . A. M c C l e l l a n ,
J esse B u l l ,

C . A. B r o o k s ,
F r a n k O ’ N e il ,

C. A. BROOKS, Cashier.

DIRECTORS
E l w o o d C . S m it h ,
S . B . St a n a b a c k ,

RESOURCES

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

J. A.
A. J.

M it t n a c h t ,
C rane.

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Jr .,

F r e d e r ic k H

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

u lse,

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$80,037
127,438
12,400

$91,994
164,616
25,200

$107,780
155,698
25,600

2,500
35,197
210,085
28
66,902
6,227
10,485
292
9,170
4

2,500
42,328
207,584
61
56,115
6,017
19,268
1,236
9,935
4

2,500
43,978
204,479
43
56,627
7,264
14,065
1,034
12,888
4

2,500
47,814
204,155
101
86,101
2,697
16,181
1,811
12,235
3

Total recources.................................................................................................

$494,840

$564,923

$624,692

$662,676

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Other liabilities........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

$25,000
32,872
433,637
2,163
1,166
2

$25,000
34,001
505,311
610
1

$25,000
34,501
559,088
3,959
2,142
2

$25,000
35,046
581,422
16,347
4,860
1

Total liabilities.................................................................................................

$494,840

$564,923

$624,692

$662,676

<D

STATEM EN TS

$81,850
62,300
9,800

lU A R T E R L Y

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities.................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral................................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads. .................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

LIABILITIES

225




John

H.

Jo h n so n ,

C IT IZ E N S

H

enry

M.

P arm ele,

BANK

OF

P E N N Y A N — Penn Y an

[140 Main street; organized 1899]

P resid en t.

L.

DIRECTORS
G

erome

O gden,

H ow ard

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

C harles

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

T.

A

Cashier.

n drew s.

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$34,384
373,925
25,369
66.704
99,805
84,011
290,819
2,037
109,237
12.705
23,982
5,802
12,582
4

$37,921
446,578
25,369
69,304
116,802
153,686
326,505
1,561
100,243
13,730
23,671
2,919
19,354
5

$1,136,604

$1,084,077

$1,141,366

$1,337,648

$50,000
87,365

$50,000
98,161

$50,000
92,820

$50,000
99,962

816
28,000
28,000
934,214

809
28,000
899,128

215
25,000
7,265
1,145,577

8,208
1

7,978
1

212
25.000
27,130
917,232
20.000
8,969
3

$1,136,604

$1,084,077

$1,141,366

$1,337,648

.. .

9,627
2

D is c o u n t

$102,133
321,543
25,369
66,854
99,048
83,993
288,673
422
45,516
11,287
22,770
2,556
13,908
5

and

$184,403
280,435
25,369
68,284
94,943
80,280
290,672
544
65,859
11,119
18,530
1,396
14,766
4

D e p o s it




Underwood,

of

Add for cents............................................................................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

J. A. UNDERWOOD,
J. A.

B anks

Total resources.................................................................................................
LIABILITIES
Capital.......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State sav. and loan ass’ns, credit unions and land bank........
Deposits by the State of New Y ork ..................................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................

oodru ff,

on

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll.
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

W

R eport

r e so u r c e s

L.

226

TH E
JOHN H. JOHNSON,

TH E

C IT IZ E N S

GEORGE M. TRABER, President.
W

m

. W. G

r ie v e ,

C. M.
G

Sm it h ,
M. T

eorge

BANK

OF

PER RY

—

P

er ry

C. M. SMITH,

[20 Main street; organized 1888]
John

F.

DIRECTORS
G

r ie v e ,

W

alter

T.

O l in ,

James

N.

W

yckoff,

B yron

A.

Cashier.

N

e v in s ,

rabeh.

RESOURCES

LIABILITIES

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$249,650
124,710
16,900
183,278
59,476
113,710
345,786
65,248
1,476
10,038
2,008
77,243
221,511
4

$231,400
110,210
16,900
178,128
60,565
143,202
276,642
48,777
1,507
24,875
579
70,585
92,933
2

$230,500
118,210
18,550
175,465
66,265
212,335
215,114
64,768
1,493
19,360
445
53,844
13,297
3

$213,700
115,210
27,065
172,240
69,096
201,894
265,176
96,075
2,258
32,613
1,441
60,116
18,450
4

$1,471,038

$1,256,305

$1,189,649

$1,275,338

•

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Deposits by the State of New Y ork ..................................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.....................................................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Bills payable.............................................................................................................
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

$50,000
51,613

$50,000
55,119

$50,000
55,458

$50,000
56,233

25,000
36,003
807,305
289,815
211,301
1

25,000

22,000

891,700
163,000
71,485
1

22,000
10,000
895,560
150,000
6,630
1

997,959
135,000
14,145
1

Total liabilities.................................................................................................

$1,471,038

$1,256,305

$1,189,649

Statem ents

Total resources.................................................................................................

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Q uarterly

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities.................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned...................................................................... ..............................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll.
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets..........................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

$1,275,338

227




— R och ester

[14 East avenue; organized 1916]

JOHN C. FRANKLAND,

Cashier.

228

CITIZENS BANK OF ROCHESTER
JAMES L. HOTCHKISS, President.

DIRECTORS
J a m e s L. H o t c h k i s s ,
J o h n L. K e e n a n ,
C h a s. M. B a y e r ,

E ugene
G eorge
E ugene

J. C h a p m a n ,
L. S w a n n ,
J. D w y e r

C h a s . A. G r e e n ,
B radley W . F en n ,
W i l b e r t A. N a r a m o r e ,
P h il ip H . Y a w m a n ,

H e n r y M . Ste r n ,
P h il ip C o n b o y ,
J a m e s L. W h i t l e y ,
W m. F. D w yer.

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$154,549
691,968
16,006
44,600
785,028
836,988
30
238,974
10,761
87,077
23,908
33,701
5

$2,413,808

$2,624,917

$2,779,738

$2,923,595

LIABILITIES

$250,000
139,094

$250,000
145,218

$250,000
152,820

$250,000
159,413

25.000
20.000
1,927,342
4,127

25.000
20.000
2,128,465
4,203

25.000
20.000
2,373,372
14,971

48,242
3

52,029
2

25.000
20.000
2,208,184
5,203
40,000
78,529
2

Total liabilities.........................................................................................................

$2,413,808

$2,624,917

$2,779,738

$2,923,595




80,837
2

D is c o u n t

Capital........................................................................................ ..............................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings banks..................................................................
Deposits by the State of New Y ork ..................................................................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Bills payable.............................................................................................................
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

and

$192,695
680,569
11,411
43,600
713,446
742,954
103
246,189
8,056
90,639
22,581
27,490
5

D e p o s it

$232,941
638,007
11,345
52,025
627,541
756,433
181
166,465
13,410
73,170
27,550
25,846
3

of

$333,224
504,039
11,405
41,337
580,848
675,422
739
159,196
9,576
51,770
17,456
28,790
6

B anks

Total resources.................................................................................................

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

on

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Real estate owned.......................................................... ......................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll.
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Specie.........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

' Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

W m. W . C lark,
W m . H . V ic in u s ,
John C . F ran k lan d ,

R eport

RESOURCES

G eorge G . F o rd,
J e r e m ia h G . M e n i h a n ,
F r a n k E. W o o d w o r t h ,

TH E
FRED A. SAWYER, President.

C IT IZ E N S

BANK

—

W

aver ly

[331 Broad street; organized 1874]

LOUIS J. BULEY, Cashier.

DIRECTORS
J

ames

H . Ow

en

,

F r e d e r ic k E . H

aw ses,

F re d A . Sa w y e r ,
H o r a c e H. K i n n e y ,

RESOURCES

John C . V an A tta ,

T

heo.

M

il l s ,

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

$195,254
401,589
3,750
18,385
7,480
204,842
107,261

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$1,001,856

$1,076,128

$1,124,366

$50,000
100,324

$50,000
102,492

$50,000
111,781

$50,000
116,724

792
18,000
7,000
850,658

2,011
18,000
821,852

6,500
1

7,500
1

331
16,000
3,000
856,949
566
30,000
7,500
1

157
16,000
4,500
899,292
192
30,000
7^00
1

$1,033,275

$1,001,856

$1,076,128

$1,124,366

LIABILITIES

Capital.............................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits.......................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State sav. and loan ass’ns, credit unions and land bank
Deposits by the State of New Y ork ........................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.............................................
Due depositors, not preferred.......................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers..............................................
Bills payable...................................................................................................
Other liabilities...............................................................................................
Add for cents..................................................................................................
Total liabilities.......................................................................................




229

6

200

$157,954
378,646
3,750
14,905
3,541
255,595
108,672
290
172,972
1,875
14,977
1,629
9,556
4

Statem ents

6

$168,204
375,813
3,750
15,172
4,109
294,380
117,791
130
68,433
2,885
14,745
1,147
9,564
5

$1,033,275

Total resources

62,700
1,977
19,627
603
9,601

$174,104
389,808
3,750
15,648
7,382
201,408
119,373
171
51,079
2,502
24,632
2,422
9,571

Q uarterly

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities.................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll.
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents...........................................................................................................

C . W . C anoll,
H anford.

E. S.

G

eo.

T. B x j r l in g ,

P resid en t.

L.

W.

F rank
P ark,
K e l s e y Sm it h ,

[130 Main street; organized 1907]
DIRECTORS

A sa
Y oung,
Joseph H . M e a d ,

J e r e m ia h T . L o c k w o o d ,
Jo s. B . Se l la r s,

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities....................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Real estate owned..................................................................
........
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real est. coll.
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Specie.........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items.................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total resources.................................................................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

J o h n B u r l in g ,
F r e d e r ic k R a n s c h t .

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

H

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

enry

R. B

C ashier.
arrett,

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$491,209
538,161
59,000
33,800
30,675
172,158
293,488
66
126,877
3,676
57,986
4,392
25,411
2

$366,149
539,430
59,000
44.300
35.300
544,162
384,093
77
156,659
4,089
55,914
9,919
29,096
3

$438,666
526,835
59,000
66,300
34,150
715,802
376,699
147
108,988
4,945
52,409
4,990
27,978
4

$644,469
544,599
59,000
123,800
35,375
830,713
326,102
38
151,868
3,992
58,457
8,584
34,170

$1,836,901

$2,228,191

$2,416,913

$2,821,170

$100,000
65,518

$100,000
70,178

$100,000
70,509

$100,000
78,582

704
52,000

20,057
2,465
52,000

1,597,763
11,375
9,539
2

1,878,294
100,918
4,276
3

25,181
3,509
52,000
28,820
2,120,831
64
15,998
1

25,307
1,897
52,000
43,537
2,493,141
417
26,286
3

$1.836.901

SS2.228.191

$2,416,913

$2,821,170

3

l ia b il it ie s

Capital.......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings banks..................................................................
Due New York State sav. and loan ass’n, credit unions and land bank... .
Deposits by the State of New Y ork ..................................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Other liabilities..................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total liabilities................................




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

R e p o r t o n B a n k s o f D e p o s it a n d D is c o u n t

RESOURCES

PHILIP OSBORN,

230

TH E CITIZENS B AN K OF W HITE PLAINS, N. Y .— W h ite P l a in s
GEO. T. BURLING,

C IT IZ E N S

STATE

BANK

—

L

y n d o n v il l e

[Main street; organized 1911]

F. B. HOUSEL, President.

JAY B. OAKES, Cashier.

DIRECTORS
F rank B . H

o t js e l ,

John W

ard,

Geo. R

e s s e g u ie ,

RESOURCES

O akes,

A

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

lbert

B.

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

H

is e .

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$91,918
139,478
9,000
51,969

$48,000
136,993
9,000
58,894

$47,086
129,160
9,000
58,894

$69,394
129,364
9,000
59,844

20,300
127,955
142,690
238
78,294
2,240
15,600
473
5,000
3

23,200
19,996
170,802
113
36,995
2,290
12,119
139
5,500
3

29,500
42,371
171,182
186
35,962
1,686
15,361
188
5,500
3

25,900
143,549
140,541
1,999
103,354
1,334
25,676

$685,158

$524,044

$546,079

$716,458

$50,000
16,284
615,873

$50,000
21,411
449,632

$50,000
23,472
638,985

3,000
1

3,000
1

$50,000
21,868
441,711
30,000
2,500

$685,158

$524,044

$546,079

$716,458

6,500
3

Statem ents

Total resources.................................................................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

B.

Q uarterly

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities.................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral............................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Specie.......................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents.............................................. ..........................................................

Jay

LIABILITIES

Capital.......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Bills payable.............................................................................................................
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................. ............
Total liabilities........................................................................................... . j .

231




4,000
1

P resid en t.

W a r r e n C. B r a y t o n ,
D a n ie l M . E d w a r d s ,
I r v i n g N. B e e l e r ,
A lbert A. K eesler,
E d w a r d V. B r y a n t ,

R ic h a r d C . B r o w n ,
E dw ard A . H u n t,
M a r t in G . G r o s s m a n ,
W a l t e r A. R i d i n g s ,
C l a r e n c e C. D e c k e r ,

Cashier.

DIRECTORS
A u g u s t F i n c k , J r .,
M o r r is H u r w i t z ,
St e w a r t F . H a n c o c k ,
H o w a r d B. B u e l l ,
J o s e p h A. G r i f f i n ,

F r e d e r ic k E . D y e r ,
E a r l E . E l l is ,
R obert L o v e ,
A r t h u r N. E l l i s ,
A d o n J. H o f f m a n ,

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll. . .
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Specie.........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets...........................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total resources.................................................................................................
LIABILITIES
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:

Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total liabilities.................................................................................................

Converted into City Bank Trust Company Feb. 28, 1919.

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919
$4,454,107
1,086,103
1,153,184
233,640
170,042
4,527,205
5,133,449
5,174
335,473
20,770
140,826
73,871
655,442
187,701
5
$18,176,992
$1,000,000
573,685
100,000
365.000
416.000
11,018,285
695,604
2,844,000
510,800
653,616
2
$18,176,992

H erm an C asler,
A u g u s t C. H o f f m a n ,
F l o y d R. T o d d ,
C h as. M . B e d e ll,
H e n r y E . M il l s .

Statement of
condition
*June 30, 1919

L e v i S. C h a p m a n ,
Jr ., J o h n M a r s e l l u s ,
H a r l i n J. C h u r c h i l l ,
D a n ie l C . W e b s t e r ,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

R e p o r t o n B a n k s o f D e p o s it a n d D is c o u n t

RESOURCES




C. H. SANDFORD,

[224 South Salina street; organized 1909]

232

TH E C IT Y BANK OF SYRACUSE — S y r a c u s e
ARTHUR N. ELLIS,

CLYM ER STATE B AN K — Clymer
ALBERT NECKERS, Jr., President.

[Main street; organized 1910]

H. F. YOUNG, Cashier.

DIRECTORS
H e n r y M e y e r in k ,
John G . W e v er s,

A l b e r t N e c k e r s , J r .,
H arry T enhaken,

B e n j . W a s s in k ,
E . L . C a f l is c h ,

H enry D
E lm er W

RESOURCES

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

W

m

. T

en h ou sen ,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

Capital.................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits..........
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Deposits by the State of New Y ork ............
Deposits otherwise preferred........................
Due depositors, not preferred...........................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers. .
Other liabilities...................................................
Add for cents......................................................

$52,600
7,130
2,365
6,850

$45,744
7,130
2,365
5,800

$27,950
6,924
2,365
5,800

$18,635
7,180
2,365
6,867

23,403
4,776
143,853
107
30,594
5,589
5,640
484
4,061
3

25,106
4,050
152,995
396
99,826
8,379
6,200
119
4,001
3

15,291
7,442
228,146
358
122,538
7,254
9,105
533
3,695
5

17,804
8,435
248,347
611
94,513
8,057
7,205
937
3,940
5

$362,114

$437,406

$424,901

$25,000
12,991

$25,000
14,108

$25,000
15,727

$25,000
16,523

9,000

9,000
400
309,106

8,000

8,000

384,178

235,963

4,500

4,500
1

366,699
3,178
5,500
1

$287,455

$362,114

$437,406

$424,901

233

4,500
1

Statem ents

LIABILITIES




Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

F
.

H.
Y oung,
L ucas C . G leaso n .

$287,455

Total resources

Total liabilities

J r .,

arn sh ou se,

Q uarterly

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities.................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral............................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers............................................
Specie.........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

am kot,

234:

COHOCTON STATE BANK — C o h o cton
CHARLES LARROWE,

E d w in S . B r o w n ,
Geo. A. W e n t w o r t h ,

[Maple avenue; organized 1915]
DIRECTORS
W. H

S i m o n B. C o o l e y ,
C harles L arro w e,

C lark,
C h as. R o c k e r .

RESOURCES

E.

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

W m. J ,

C onley,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

C ashier.

F aulkner,

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

12,517
52,479
101,805
742
45,648
4,554
5,809
2,280
3

11,991
53,661
109,046
1,193
49,957
3,768
5,860
2,060
4

11,991
51,071
102,884
3,555
24,764
3,619
7,223
2,120
5

9,785
74,897
116,939
1,834
33,228
4.180
10,149
2,250
5

$341,822

$364,056

$372,098

$414,035

$25,000
18,296
296,986
1,540

$25,000
17,552
320,273
1,230

$25,000
18,699
327,078
1,320

$25,000
21,051
366,333
1,650

1

1

1

$364,056

$372,098

$414,035

LIABILITIES

Capital.....................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits
Due depositors, not preferred...............
Other liabilities.......................................
Add for cents...........................................
Total liabilities




$341,822

D is c o u n t

$71,429
71,398
2,700
15,241

and

$75,387
76,398
2,700
10,381

D e p o s it

$40,003
73,432
2,700
10,381

of

$33,521
72,383
2,700
7,381

B anks

Total resources.................................................................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

GEORGE A. WENTWORTH,
A rthur

on

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral............................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Specie...................................................
........
Other currency authorized bv the laws of the United States.............................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents.........................................................................................
.......

ealy

R eport

F red J. Sh u lts,

P resid en t.

TH E
A L E X A N D E R W A L K E R , President.

C O L O N IA L

B A N K — N e w Y o r k C it y

[441 Columbus avenue; organized 1892]

GEO. S. C A R R ,

Cashier.

DIRECTORS
A lexander W alk er,
G eo. R euter,

G e o r g e S. C a r r ,
A lexander C. W alker,

C h a s . H . S m it h ,
W il l ia m C r a w f o r d ,

A rthur W . W atso n ,
W m . W oodw ard,

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

RESOURCES

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

$2,163,465
289,734
15,312
50,000

$1,589,031
265,884
849
87,500

3,890,586
5,111,098
2,132
903,309
411,083
749,050
555.339
268.339
3,500
4

E d w in W . O r v is ,
H . W ard F ord.

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$15,334,521

$16,653,426

$17,815,844

$500,000
1,137,079

$500,000
1,180,444

$600,000
1,192,772

$600,000
1,217,922

104,519
390,000
12,076,214
136,764
68,373
2

104,519
13,403,903
45,362
100,292
1

106,068
443,511
14,193,580
25,038
92,455
2

106,068
99,198
15,654,076
17,706
120,872
2

$14,412,951

$15,334,521

$16,653,426

LIABILITIES

Capital.......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz. :
Due from New York State savings banks........................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total liabilities.................................................................................................




—

$17,815,844

----=
-------- =
----

O
d
£
%

g
”
*
m

H
£

H
g
M
%

to

L
O

285

$1,202,951
235,687
849
22,500
3,000
6,237,214
6,415,477
861
872,320
759,600
800,218
910,735
350,928
3,500
4

$14,412,951

Total resources.................................................................................................

4,186,558
5,714,657
1,963
1,105,996
621,080
675,500
787,164
285,335
13,000
4

$1,289,766
246,284
849
22,500
7,320
4,508,432
7,094,361
1,278
814,319
991,161
476,960
875,997
321,194
3,000
5

Statem ents

Stock and bond investments, viz:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities.................................................................................................
Real estate owned........................................................................................
...
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est., coll...
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets..........................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

A ugustus W . K e lle y ,
Joh n J. H o p p e r ,

O sw ald W . U h l ,
E l i H . B e r n h e im .

R o b e r t E . S im o n ,
S a m u e l K. J a c o b s ,

[507 Fifth avenue; organized 1883]
DIRECTORS
W. S.

J o se ph St e in e r ,
M o r t im e r J . F o x ,

G r if f it h ,
Sy l v a n M . B a r n e t ,

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities....................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est., coll...
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Specie.........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

$1,709,364
815,913
8,000
2,657,967
10,175,331
500
729,932
16,205
421,087
548,939
1,988,028

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

John

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

P.

C ashier.

St e v e n s ,

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

21,327
4

$2,248,935
833,611
7,000
2,518,253
11,081,896
1,469
332,748
20,272
570,457
1,000,772
3,631,362
33,840
46,366
6

$1,304,339
733,578
7,000
2,488,148
14,202,997
1,602
321,380
73,524
646,116
1,131,644
4,365,800
55,825
27,958
4

$763,198
818,858
6,000
2,443,697
16,393,760
542
465,921
61,839
655,805
1,732,300
4,374,476
1,406,248
30,708
6

$19,092,597

$22,326,987

$25,359,915

$29,153,358

Capital.......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings banks..................................................................
Deposits by the State of New Y ork ..................................................................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Rediscounts....................................... .......................................................................
Ac’p’tcs of drafts p’y ’ble at a future date or auth’d by com’l letters of credit
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

$1,000,000
672,493

$1,000,000
732,872

$1,000,000
853,549

$1,000,000
896,624

573
40,000
16,227,973
49,756
1,000,000
101,800
2

573
55,000
17,681,258
58,522
2,635,658
33,840
129,261
3

573
45,000
19,816,906
43,613
3,382,678
55,825
161,768
3

45,000
22,086,512
59,990
3,438,041
1,406,248
220,940
3

Total liabilities.........................................................................................................

$19,092,597

$22,326,987

$25,359,915

$29,153,358

Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets..........................
Customers’ liability on acceptances (per contra, see liabilities).........................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Total resources.................................................................................................
LIABILITIES




R e p o r t o n B a n k s o f D e p o s it a n d D is c o u n t

RESOURCES

W. S. GRIFFITH,
S im e o n F o r d ,
H ym an B aum an.

236

COLUMBIA BANK — N e w Y o r k C i t y
E L I H. B E R N H E IM , President.

TH E

C O M M E R C IA L

LOUIS A. FAHS,
Joseph

M. A d r i a n ,

EXC H AN G E

BANK

IN

TH E

C arl G . A mend,
L o u is A . F a h s .

G eo.
L o u is

M. A d r i a n ,
J. A d r i a n ,

OF

NEW

Y O R K — N e w Y o r k C it y
GEORGE

KERN,

Cashier.

DIRECTORS

L o u is H a u p t ,
G eorge K e r n ,

RESOURCES

H enry A . P etersen ,
G eo. L. D egener.

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

H e n r y E is e n b a c h ,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$1,810,050
1,589,333
261,000
5,000
73,703
1,258,985
3,073,631
18
309,310
94,812
107'162
500'858
1,028,101
26,135
4
$10,138,102

$1,627,491
1,284,921
261,000
5'000
67,693
1,349,273
3,953'350
423
508,180
136,024
224,654
605.788
1,132,017
40,777
4
$11,196,595

656,874
132,384
254,671
643,433
1,246,658
41,928
5
$11,468,680

$200,000
858,129

$200,000
886,795

$200,000
926,936

$200,000
968,017

1,139

1,551

7,407,028
500,000

7,848,892
950,000
100,000
150,863
1
$10,138,102

518
154.000
8,543,397
860.000
344,298
167,445
1
$11,196,595

1,938
105.000
9,525,276
500.000

131,409
1
$9,097,706

$1,422,664
1,189,834
261,000
5,000
57,663
1,676,318
3,880,248

168,447
2
$11,468,680

237

$1,585,177
1,567,406
261,000
5,000
67,025
1,372,870
2,503,193
164
280,423
120,659
105,326
338',780
874,880
15,800
3
$9,097,706

Q uarterly S tatem ents

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities.................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est., coll...
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets..........................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total resources.................................................................................................
LIABILITIES
Capital....................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State sav. and loan ass’ns, credit unions and land bank
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
Due depositors, not preferred................................................................................
Bills payable.............................................................................................................
Rediscounts..............................................................................................................
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total liabilities.................................................................................................




C IT Y

[330 Bowery; organized 1872 as the German Exchange
Bank in the City of New York]

P resid en t.

E d . C.
A sh bel

[190 Bowery; organized 1869 as the Germania Bank
of the City of New York]

P resid en t.

GEORGE F. A. OLT,

DIRECTORS
Sch aefer,
P. F i t c h ,

D a n ie l B r u b a c h e r ,
G u s t a v e L in d e n m e y e r ,
J. C h r . G . H u pfe l,

B e r n h a r d B e in e c k e ,
E dw ard B en nech e,
T h o s. G . O ’C o n n o r ,

C h a s . S. K in g ,
S c h m id t ,
F rank G ulden.

W m. H.

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities.................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral............................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
Specie................................. .......................................................................................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets..........................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total resources.................................................................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

M. E i d l i t z ,
R h e in f r a n k ,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

L o u is

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

P.

Bach,
C h a s A.S t a d l e r ,

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$1,228,568
1,572,846
453,000

$1,379,541
1,605,433
453,000

$1,417,349
1,641,377
453,000

$1,505,759
1,590,289
443,000

6 ,0 0 0

2,376,701
1,913,732

5,500
3,005,071
2,286,371

163,754
261,192
599,234
1,106,500
47,438
5

2,675,157
2,165,305
25
125,649
364,299
838,972
817,743
33,663
4

212,741
322,024
889,887
1,455,081
50,824
5

5,000
3,503,192
2,437,952
338
206,308
514,011
719,509
1,270,380
43,528
5

$9,722,970

$10,464,791

$11,739,230

$12,239,271

$400,000
762,018

$400,000
748,686

$400,000
793,983

$400,000
740,579

1,073,119
4,291
7,356,232
3.371
100,000
23,937
2

1,015.568
5,003
7,653,770
18,750
.600,000
23,007
2

1,080,296
5,052
9,027,310
7,171
400,000
25,417
1

973,732
5,083
9,319,899
24,370
750,000
25,605
3

$9,722,970

$10,464,791

$11,739,230

$12,239,271

LIABILITIES

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings banks.................................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Bills payable.............................................................................................................
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total liabilities.........................................................................................................




R e p o r t on B a n k s o f D e p o s it a n d D is c o u n t

RESOURCES

O tto
John

C ashier.

238

COM M ONW EALTH BANK — N ew Y ork City
CHAS. A. KING,

TH E
J. F. FREDERICKS.
H en ry B lock,
E dw ard Schaefer,

C O N T IN E N T A L

P resid en t.

BANK

OF

NEW

YORK

—

N

e w

Y

ork

[23 Broad street; organized 1870 as the German American Bank]

O scar D r e ssle r ,
John H . D u ys,

J.

DIRECTORS

F . F r e d e r ic k s ,
D . Schnakenberg,
E d w in W . C h a p m a n ,

H a r m o n W. H e n d r i c k s ,
A lbert T ag ,
F rank P oel.

RESOURCES

Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets..........................
Customers’ liability on acceptances (per contra, see liabilities).........................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total resources.................................................................................................

$1,257,237
843,251
26,669
4,781,200
1,149,216
7,306
280,927
31,709
119^202
7,818,211
819,325
41,023
5
$17,175,281

it y

F. H. HORNBY,

M a r t i n J. Q u i n n ,
B ernard R entrop,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

$870,462
834,026
26,165
15,419
6,231,658
1,080,628
1
300,849
42,503
99,555
13,782;327
1,100,438
48,380
42,687
6
$24,475,104

Cashier.

W m . Sie g e l ,
F. H . H ornby,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

$1,259,237
827,817
25,619
14,149
5,662,304
1,137,635
28
410,956
33,150
124;930
9,448,499
1,092,280
73,598
39;621
6
$20,149,829

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$1,298,237
842,313
22,703
14,149
6,327,810
1,205,596
55
373,054
178,604
19,096,475
1,566,075
127,927
40,525
6
$31,093,529

LIABILITIES




239

$1,000,000
$1,000,000
$1,000,000
$1,000,000
Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
740,535
692,396
719,450
642,219
Preferred deposits, viz.:
420,052
403,219
Due Newr York State savings banks. , .............................................................
415,378
410,572
114,000
160,000
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
90,000
237.000
26,187,720
15,693,498
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
19,761,856
12,867,353
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
36,559
30,049
24,212
28,403
900,000
Bills payable.............................................................................................................
790,000
940.000
790,000
Rediscounts.............................................................................................................. 1,433,500
1,233,500
1,539;955
947,735
127,927
A c’ptances of drafts payable at a future date or auth’d by com. letters of credit
73',598
48,380
104,067
102,733
Other liabilities .......................................................................................................
101,996
85.870
2
Add for cents............................................................................................................
3
3
3
Total liabilities.................................................................................................
$17,175,281
$24,475,104
$20,149,829
$31,093,529

Q uarterly Statem en ts

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................... ............................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est., coll...
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

C

[13 William street; organized 18521

W m .

W m.

A.

N ash ,
R . St e w a r t ,

W a l t e r E. F r e w ,
H enry Schaefer,

W m. H.

DIRECTORS

N ic h o l s ,
D a v id B in g h a m ,
C h a s . W . M cC u t c h e o n ,

R o b e r t A. D r y s d a l e ,
A n d r e w M il l s ,
D a v id M . M o r r is o n .

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll.
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets..........................
Customers' liability on acceptances (per contra, see liabilities).........................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total resources.................................................................................................
LIABILITIES

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits...................... ......................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings banks..................................................................
Due New York State sav. and loan ass'ns, credit unions and land bank... .
Deposits by the Superintendent of Banks of the State of New York...........
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
A c’ptances of drafts payable at a future date or auth’d by com. letters of credit
Other liabilities........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total liabilities.................................................................................................




Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

J. L o u i s S c h a e f e r ,
P h il ip L e h m a n ,
Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

C a s h ie r .

C l a r e n c e H. K e l s e y ,
H enry B. V aughan,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

$40,030,136 $56,327,082 $51,901,682
16,583,524
16,576,075
15,958,283
3,680,335
3,294,777
3,397,609
800,723
823,775
824,655
302,397
174,307
149,799
38,879,954
44,699,568
45,124,177
22,251,652
14,855,247
16,620,445
7,221
7,374
10,154
2,050,255
2,845,421
3,237,168
4,404,648
4,984,116
5,626,808
88,445
258,989
312,580
17,064,652
25,032,532
31,530,242
16,925,612
22,991,738
17,137,949
2,976,278
2,916,601
2,953,935
700,053
768,661
1,081,659
6
7
5
$172,565,505 $190,734,656 $195,867,150

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$61,914,472
16,419,848
3,503,078
830,907
160,262
43,145,414
29,959,965
14,521
2,883,773
6,206,496
370,438
31,219,957
24,898,970
3,669,269
884,547
7
$226,081,924

$4,200,000
8,627,026

$4,200,000
8,925,536

6,255,006
2,315,347
8,216,388
106,887
116,317
142,415
67,153
84,515
86,469
167,089,694
143,576,174
158,726,304
6,756,007
7,755,848
9,952,834
2,976,278
2,916,601
2,953,935
337,303
396,883
501,382
3
4
2
$172,565,505 $190,734,656 $195,867,150

6,777,053
93,988
76,086
196,051,058
5,725,049
3,669,269
563,861
4
$226,081,924

$4,200,000
8,290,694

$4,200,000
8,319,842

R e p o r t o n B a n k s o f D e p o s it a n d D is c o u n t

RESOURCES

EDWARD S. MALMAR,

240

TH E CORN EXCHANGE BANK — N e w Y o r k C it y
W A L T E R E. FREW , President.

COSMOPOLITAN BAN K — N e w Y o r k C i t y
LEONARD G. ROBINSON,

P resid en t.

[803 Prospect avenue; organized 1906]

WM. H. DEVLIN,

C ashier.

DIRECTORS

L e o n a r d G . R o b in s o n ,

P h il C e d a r ,

F r a n c i s B. G r i f f i n ,
H arrt K atz.

M o r r is M u l l e r ,

R SO R E
E UCS

$545,532
84,343
12,800

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Isaac M endelson ,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

9,927
5
$1,889,489

12,444
5
$1,710,559

19,086
4
$2,030,822

$273,624
78,562
13,621
62
56,794
668,904
1,117,437
1,743
131,461
9,536
66,'938
164,864
110^023
28,272
7
$2,721,848

$100,000
38,645

$100,000
20,895

$100,000
20,988

$100,000
26,448

24,000
5,000
14,002
1,696,514
2,885

24,000

24,000

24,000

1,549,086

50,000
1,818,415
4.168

66,635
2,249,404
3.103
125,000
110,023
17,234
1
$2,721,848

LIABILITIES

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Deposits by the State of New Y ork ..................................................................
Deposits by the Superintendent of Banks of the State of New Y ork............
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
Due depositors, not preferred................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Bills payable.............................................................................................................
Ac’ptances of drafts payable at a future date or auth’d by com. letters of credit
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total liabilities.................................................................................................




3,307
8,441
2
$1,889,489

13,270
1
$1,710,559

13,250
1
$2,030,822

241

$294,304
89,337
12,800
142
39,310
302,877
940,847
1,614
133,666
13,386
37,003
146,466

S tatem ents

34,885
165,025
606^830
3,302
354,080
19,057
51,217
2,486

$298,173
114,253
12,800
262
31,284
113,280
805,289
3,647
153,949
5,910
79,806
79,457

Q uarterly

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities.................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll.
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral....... .........................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Customers’ liability on acceptances (per contra, see liabilities).........................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total resources.................................................................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

H a r o l d St in e r ,

242

D E
BYRON S. BRYANT,
S.

B ryant,

M orrell

E.

STATE

B A N K — D e R uyter

DIRECTORS

T allett,

F l o r e n c e L. M i t c h e l l ,
G e o r g e B . B u r d ic k .

W arren

RESOURCES

J.

F. L. MITCHELL,

S m it h ,

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

A. R.

B ryant,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

H. M.

C ashier.

S c h e l l in g e r ,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$180,890
40,880

$159,874
38,880

$143,039
38,530

$162,653
38,806

4,028
2,548
88,217
135
37,337
1,521
7,000
28
4,847
2

4,489
9,087
90,011
111
70,098
1,457
6,500
164
7,025
4

3,956
7,680
100,667
38
67,091
1,500
7,368
100
7,925
3

3,674
5,652
111,624
109
58,682
1,106
7,020
91
8,150
4

$367,433

$387,700

$377,897

$397,571

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Due depositors, not preferred................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Other liabilities........................................................................................................

$25,000
13,130
326,581

$25,000
15,544
342,909
46
4,200
1

$25,000
16,614
331,483

$25,000
17,978
349,667

4,800

4,925
1

. Total liabilities.................................................................................................

$367,433

$387,700

$377,897

$397,571

Stock and bond investments, viz.: Public securities.........................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral...............................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total resources.................................................................................................
LIABILITIES




2,722

R e p o r t o k B a n k s o f D e p o s it a n d D is c o u n t

B yron

R U YTER

[Utica street; organized 1918]

P resid en t.

DOBBS
FRANKLIN Q. BROWN, President.
F b a n k l in

Q. B r o w n ,

R o b e r t D e n n is t o n ,
A l b e r t Sh a w ,

FER R Y

B A N K — D o bbs F e r r y

[41 Main street; organized 1890]
W m.
C urt

C. L a w r e n c e ,
von

W

edel,

DIRECTORS
W m . W. T o m p k i n s ,
B e n j a m i n L. W a l l a c e .

RESOURCES

Total resources.................................................................................................
LIABILITIES
Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings banks.................................................................
Due New York State sav. and loan ass’ns, credit unions and land bank. . . .
Due depositors, not preferred................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Bills payable.............................................................................................................
Other liabilities........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................




Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

H

erman

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

L. R. E d g a r ,
Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$54,860
239,790
9,000
3,700

$24,817
244,340
9,000
3,700

$24,658
230,162
9,000
3,700

$124,646
229,356
9,000
3,700

6,074
20,024
50,611

5,074
21,174
83,070

6,619
35,849
61,451

80,950
3,899
14,920
40
26,548
2

104,984
4,027
15,642

5,074
30,401
68,717
4
178,196
13,874
11,350

2,251
4

26,802
2

112,207
4,565
24,073
60
5,054
4

$510,418

$518,0S3

$601,941

$616,584

$100,000
26,186

$100,000
31,446

$100,000
19,898

$100,000
20,987

42,663
4,202
291,641
19,413
25,000
• 1,311
2

35,785
7,159
321,758
20,746

23,830
3,784
433,402
19,843

31,043
1,687
457,302
4,413

1,185
4

1,181

1,170

3

o

$510,418

$518,033

$601,941

$616,584

243

Total liabilities.................................................................................................

A. C a m p b e l l ,

Q uarterly Statem ents

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities.................................................................................................
Real estate owned.................................................................................................
Mortgages owned............................. .......................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral...............................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents...........................................................................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

BENJ. L. WALLACE, Cashier.
N a t h a n ie l

244

D U NDEE STATE BANK
WM. C. SWORTS,
W

m

.

Sw o r t s ,

undee

R. B. SWORTS,

H.

C.

H

a r p e n d in g ,

DIRECTORS
F. R. V o s b u r g h .

Sw o rts,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

U rsu la Sw o r t s.

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

14,285
5,233
77,012
491
51,893
2,448
16,936
1,263
5,093
5

Total resources.................................................................................................
LIABILITIES
Capital.......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.: Other deposits secured by pledge of assets...............
Due depositors, not preferred................................................................................
Other liabilities........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

$328,067

$334,863

$388,623

$419,669

$50,000
16,474
811
258,299
2,482
1

$50,000
18,487
811
263,035
2,529
1

$50,000
20,114
821
314,799
2,888
1

$50,000
20,146
321
346,049
3,152
1

Total liabilities.................................................................................................

$328,067

$334,863

$388,623

$419,669

Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assests not included in any of the above heads...................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

is c o u n t




D

14,285
5,728
69,414
2,085
51,778
3,119
16,149
1,439
4,612
4

and

10,035
4,008
72,985
282
39,282
2,220
12,211
1,457
4,156
5

e p o s it

10,010
4,599
62,615
408
64,764
2,227
15,356
1,504
3,663
5

D

$36,577
130,882
2,000
75,551

of

$32,950
110,839
2,000
74,221

anks

$31,984
76,870
2,000
77,368

B

$46,502
39,756
2,000
74,658

on

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral...............................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

eport

r eso u r c e s

R. B.

C ash ier.

R

C.

D

[Organized 1882]

P resid en t.

EAST

S ID E B A N K

D e LANCEY RANKINE, P resid en t.
P h il ip

P. B a r t o n ,

G

eorge

F. D i e m e r ,

—

N

ia g a r a

F

alls

[Organized 1919]

R.

G. EDWARD SIMS,

DIRECTORS

E d w in
B artlett,
d e L a n c e t R a n k in e .

G eorge

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

G

eorge

J. C o l p a t s ,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

G

eorge

R.

H

use,

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

Stock and bond investments, viz.: Public securities.........................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral..........................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents.................................................... ; .....................................................

$6,975
15,715
100,192
32,738
1,470
8,347
4,757
2

Total resources.................................................................................................

$170,196

l ia b il it ie s

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Due depositors, not preferred................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Other liabilities........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

$100,000
22,250
47,382
103
459
2

T ota l liabilities.................................................................................................

Q uarterly Statem ents

resources

J. H o w a r d ,

C ashier.

$170,196

245




246

EXC H AN G E
FRANK E. W RIGHT,
E.

DIRECTORS
G

il m o r e ,

G . Sh e r w in H

axton

,

L oren L. R

eed.

R oy

C.

Se a r l s ,

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

A

rthur

M.

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

W

r ig h t ,

F

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

rank

E.

C a sh ier.
W

r ig h t .

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

6,000
11,398
131,805
835
33,057
8,907
18,344
337
6,520
2

$419,644

$422,525

$445,909

$453,357

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.: Deposits by the State of New Y ork..........................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

$30,000
12,156
9,000
363,638
1,600
3,248
2

$30,000
15,085
9,000
364,334
4,105
1

$30,000
17,845
8,000
381,525
4,288
4,250
1

$30,000
18,943
8,000
389,229
2,525
4,660

Total liabilities.........................................................................................................

$419,644

$422,525

$445,909

$453,357

Total resources.................................................................................................
LIABILITIES




and

6,000
19,498
122,106
378
53,654
7,774
7,680
471
6,450
3

e p o s it

6,000
5,596
116,238
186
36,145
7,807
6,220
288
6,360
2

D

6,000
19,987
107,862
196
78,287
8,550
2,270
257
4,936
4

of

$221,452
4,500
10,200

anks

$207,195
4,500
10,200

B

$222,983
4,500
10,200

on

$173,695
4,500
13,100

Stock and bond investments, viz.: Public securities.........................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral............................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
Specie.........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

eport

RESOURCES

ARTHUR M. WRIGHT,

R

L ym an

B A N K — O a k f ie l d

[Organized 1917]

P resid en t.

y
M

m

a
d
o

1-3

TH E

FAR M ER S’ B ANK

OF

S P R IN G V ILL E , E R IE

F.

O . S m it h ,

C O U N T Y , N . Y . — S p r in g v il l e

[124 Main street; organized 1902]

F. O. S M IT H , President.
A . D . Jon es,
E d w in A . S c o t t ,

A.
R.

L.
B.

DIRECTORS
P in g r e y ,
W a it e ,

G eorge H . H u ghey,
H a r r y S. G r a y ,

resources

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral...........................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

W . A. DAVIS, Cashier.
B.

F.

E . A u s t in ,
W . A . D a v is .

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

S c h w e iz e r ,

Statemen of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$608,966
72,985
16,500
70,571

$555,820
58,000
16,500
74,452

Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

25,000
15,000
353,616
769
198,767
13,809
36,565
2,481
2

70,000
25,000
297,214
377
169,393
14,434
34,841
6,438
2

75,000
25,000
353,667
2,810
151,112
11,871
41,785
1,136
2

75,000
25,000
434,790
834
183,833
14,956
38,749
2,399
2

Total resources.................................................................................................

$1,351,156

$1,380,857

$1,431,405

$1,480,335

$50,000
110,855

$60,000
138,355

$60,000
136,259

$60,000
141,039

13,500
24,949
1,142,580
9,270
2

13,500
20,961
1,139,041
9,000

12,000
10,960
1,203,185
9,000
1

12,000
5,960
1,252,335
9,000
1

$1,351,156

$1,380,857

$1,431,405

$1,480,335

LIABILITIES

Capital...............................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits........
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Deposits by the State of New Y ork..........
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets
Due depositors, not preferred.........................
Other liabilities.................................................
Add for cents....................................................
Total liabilities




d
W

Statem ents

$623,443
45,000
16,500
78,215

sly

$585,415
39,000
16,500
64,232

to

F rank C am pbell,

FAR M ER S

AN D

W il l s o n

M E C H A N IC S ’ B A N K

OF

B A T H , N . Y . — B ath

[8 Liberty street; organized 1912]

P resid en t.

R.

C am pbell,

DIRECTORS
F r e d R. W e b s t e r ,

Stock and bond investments, v iz .:
Public securities....................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured b y bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral............................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................

FRED R. WEBSTER,
U l r ic h

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

H.

Frey,

Statement of
condition
Juno 30, 1919

W il l ia m

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

K.

C a sh ier.
Lyon.

Statement of
condition
Nov.12, 1919

$146,440
119,623
30,000
21,304

$319,600
104,103
29,800
21,624

$152,240
142,845
29,000
19,605

$86,502
124,380
29,000
18,401

Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

40,610
36,271
587,238
2,197
343,962
5,065
35,600
2,047
74
5

33,941
27,828
705,351
1,517
272,351
5,629
64,963
2,788
50
7

37,425
46,724
683,576
1,342
307,337
5,634
51,348
1,355
50
6

37,526
46,715
659,247
1,545
395,271
8,939
40,600
1,524
50
5

Total resources.................................................................................................

$1,370 436

$1,589,552

$1,478,487

$1,449,705

|

LIABILITIES

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State sav. and loan ass’n, credit unions and land bank.......
Deposits by the State of New Y ork..................................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................

$50,000
106,135

$50,000
114,688

$50,000
116,350

$50,000
118,848

1,586
24,000
29,578
1,159,137

3,564
24,000
242,733
1,154,565
2

1,731
21,000
103,543
1,185,861
2

6,924
21,000
27,160
1,225,772
1

Total liabilities.................................................................................................

$1,370,436

$1,589,552

$1,478,487

$1,449,705




R e p o r t o n B a n k s o f D e p o s it a n d D is c o u n t

resources

248

TH E
FRANK CAMPBELL,

FAR M ER S
F. W. BAUDER,
F . W . B atxder,

AND

M E C H A N I C S ’ B A N K — F o r t P la in
[Organized 1887]

P resid en t.
F ayette W agn er,
L ester G etm an ,

CHAS. G. ZIELLEY,

DIRECTORS
A.

John S a lts man,
H a r r y D. B a d d e r ,

L . G h o s,
John W . Saltsm an .

RESOURCES

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned. . .................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral.......................................... .................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

W .

C.

H ackney,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

C ashier.

F rank J. E h le,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$212,237
183,978
27,900
45,213

43,444
71,880
311,711
450
206,060
9,348
33,805
3,020
13,342
4

48,377
114,573
321,403
327
139,893
8,974
36,583
4,475
10,180
5

47,749
103,995
297,383
107
253,832
9,245
44,649
1,205
10,403
5

46,544
123,290
356,342
976
158,282
9,621
43,642
1,233
11,404
4

$1,070,706

$1,101,213

$1,213,336

$1,220,666

Capital...............................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits........
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets
Deposits otherwise preferred......................
Due depositors, not preferred.........................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers.
Other liabilities.................................................
Add for cents....................................................

$100,000
46,598

$100,000
47,109

$100,000
47,956

$100,000
52,067

18,671
21,000
874\
759

9,505

32,957

8,949

9,677
1

933,724
359
10,514
2

1,017,879
558
13,984
2

1,040,494
3,282
15,872
2

Total liabilities.........................................

L,070,706

$1,101,213

$1,213,336

$1,220,666

Total resources.................................................................................................
LIABILITIES




249

$231,791
139,559
27,900
45,513

Statem ents

$222,876
119,834
30,400
43,313

Q uarterly

$210,536
91,018
30,400
45,688

S . B. B u r c h a r d ,
E l m e r C . G if f o r d ,

P resid en t.

AND

M E C H A N I C S ’ B A N K — Ja m e st o w n
[215 Main street; organized 1891]

A.

E.

DIRECTORS

J. A.

C lary,
E . Sn ell H a l l ,
G ould,

A. A.

H a r o l d E . C r is s e y ,
M i n e r S. C r i s s e y ,
E d , J. G r e e n ,

A. E . A ppleyard,
O. N. R u s h w o r t h ,
N. O s c a r J o h n s o n ,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$3,809,381

$4,259,876

Capital.................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits..........
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Deposits by the State of New Y ork ............
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets..
Due depositors, not preferred...........................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers. .
Bills payable.......................................................
Other liabilities...................................................
Add for cents......................................................

$200,000
176,350

$200,000
184,474

$200,000
185,325

$200,000
182,916

39,000
83,567
2,542,521
9,535
100,000
113,151
2

39,000
62,648
3,156,432
3,232

39,000
54,293
3,237,310
5,396

71,871
2

88,055
2

39,000
4,293
3,501,785
9,949
225,000
96,932
1

Total liabilities...............................................

$3,264,126

$3,717,659

$3,809,381

$4,259,876




D is c o u n t

$3,717,659

LIABILITIES

and

$3,264,126

22,000

66,210

D e p o s it

$319,481
96,386
61,096
228,524
34.927
597,696
2,276,018
3,312
377,150
30,000
139,190
64,011
32,082
3

$486,054
48,112

of

105,777
18,874
13,824
4

172,745
39,658
604,149
1,750,881
391
348,650
25,000
127,396
42,917
5,491
5

$388,354
48,112
66,146
215,334
65,181
607,809
1,954,454
188
264,165
28,000
130,308
24,895
16,430
5

$535,633
37,362
68,225
150,455
67,004
452,816
1,467,581
274
324,297

B anks

Total resources. .. .•
.........................................................................................

P e r r y W. G o o d w i n ,
Str a n d b u r g ,

F. O.

A. F. W eber.

on

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities.................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll—
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items.................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents...........................................-................................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

C a sh ier ,

R eport

RESOURCES

A lbert P eterson ,
H. P. R o b e r t s o n ,

APPLEYARD,

250

FAR M ER S
O. N. RUSHWORTH,

FARM ERS AND MERCHANTS’ BAN K
WELLINGTON D. BECKER,

P resid en t.

W ellington D. B ecker , John R. B ecker ,

CoBLESKILL

[Main street; organized 1893

JOHN R. BECKER,

DIRECTORS
A lexander M cM illan ,
C has . A, W ieting,

Judson B urhans ,
W illard Larkin .

RESOURCES
Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities.................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll. . .
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

W illiam

E.

Le w is ,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

V ernon

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

M.

C ashier.

B ellinger,

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$264,819
617,280
8,500
8,000
400
12,114
99,005
324
155,346
8,267
24,914
1,228
15,681
4

$289,779
669,992
8,500
8,000
400
9,427
112,848
166
100,388
7,711
31,829
459
12,505
5

$283,704
692,917
8,500
8,000
350
7,827
111,344
444
136,887
7,849
39,944
1,286
15,548
3

Total resources.................................................................................................
LIABILITIES
Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.: Deposits by the State of New York............................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Other liabilities........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

$1,232,603

$1,215,882

$1,252,009

$1,314,603

$50,000
57,781
5,000
1,096,187
7,301
16,332
2

$50,000
51,588
5,000
1,094,381
3,342
11,570
1

$50,000
63,134
5,000
1,106,470
7,979
19,424
2

$50,000
68,161
5,000
1,180,392
3,249
7,800
1

Total liabilities.................................................................................................

$1,232,603

$1,215,882

$1,252,009

$1,314,603

Other currency authorized bv the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................... ...........................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

251




Quarterly Statements

$278,919
598,101
8,500
8,000
600
13,904
113,379
84
166,140
7,088
27,219
61
10,605
3

John W . M ellen ,

AN D

P resid en t.
W alter H oward ,

M ER C H AN TS’ B AN K

OF

G EN EV A

[24 Linden street; organized 1914]

—

G

252

FAR M ER S
JOHN W. MELLEN,

e n ev a

HARRY D. MARSHALL,

Cashier.

DIRECTORS
G eorge S. F airfax ,
T homas C. C arson.

Peter R. Cole ,
Statement of
condition

Feb. 21, 1919

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll...
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

$207,357
17,437
39,293
69,830
58,504
78,336
445,654
2,549
55,402
2,501
35,980
5,021
13,430
3

Total resources.................................................................................................

$ 1 ,0 3 1 ,2 9 7

LIABILITIES

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings banks.................................................................
Deposits by the State of New Y ork ..................................................................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Bills payable.............................................................................................................
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

$100,000
22,606

Total liabilities.........................................................................................................

$1,031,297




10,320
14.000
793,068
82.000
9,302
1

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

H bnrt O. Palmer,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

R eport on B anks of D eposit and D iscount

RESOURCES

John Parmenteb ,

T H E
A. M AX FISHER,

FAR M ER S

AND

M ER C H AN TS’ B A N K

O F

S P E N C E R , N . Y .—

[Organized 1884]

P resid en t.

Spen

cer

M. B. FERRIS,

C ashier.

DIRECTORS
F. C. B artholomew ,
H. L. E mmons,

M . L. F ibher,
H. M . R ow e ,

A. M ax F isher,
H. H uber,

C has. A. Seeley ,
H . H. F isher ,

RESOURCES

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

M . B. Ferris,
Samuel E astham ,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

B. B. M cD owell ,
F. W . H oyt.

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$1,000
88,485
1,786
10,550
3,500
64,681
200
33,147
232
6,200
15,000
250
1

$1,000
92,700
1,786
10,550
3,000
69,819
200
39,341
255
4,800
6,000
260
1

$1,000
108,366
4,786
7,550
3,000
79,181
200
32,833
723
7.000
6.000
300
2

Total resources.................................................................................................

$197,126

$225,032

$229,712

$250,941

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits..............................................................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

$25,000
13,518
158,397
210
1

$25,000
15,354
184,427
250
1

$25,000
16,044
188,408
260

$25,000
17,541
208,100
300

Total liabilities.................................................................................................

$197,126

$225,032

$229,712

$250,941

Q arterly Statem ents
u

Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll. . .
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts....................................................................................................... .
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Due from the Federal Bank of New York less offsets.........................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

$1,000
59,050
846
10,990
3,000
45,763
200
45,846
1,219
7,000
22,000
210
2

l ia b il it ie s

253




Ul

W illiam M.JPeckham ,
W ilbur M. Jones ,

P resid en t.
C. L oomis A llen ,

G eo . J. B ryan ,

[Organized 1919]
DIRECTORS
B urnell H. Leary ,
W illiam C. Ladd,

W infield E. M cI ntyre , C hester R. E aton ,
A rthur G. W illiams,
J. W. K napp,

RESOURCES

Specie...............................

R. L. JONES,

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

Cash items.................................................................................................................

Total resources.................................................................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

C ashier.

M argaret N ey C lark .

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$16,625
12,283
36,861
22,613
16,651
466
7,215
13
1,358
3
$114,088

LIABILITIES

Add for cents............................................................................................................

$25,000
2,785
86,302
1

Total liabilities.................................................................................................

$114,088

Capital.......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................




R e p o r t o n B a n k s o f D e p o s it an d D is c o u n t

FA Y E TTE V ILLE COMMERCIAL BANK — F a y e t t e v il l e
WILBUR M. JONES,

TH E

F IF T H

AVEN U E

TH EO . H E T Z L E R , President.
T heo . H etzler ,
H enry R. I ckelheimer ,

A. S. F rissell ,
H oward C. Smith,

BANK

OF

NEW

Y O R K — N e w Y o r k C it y

[530 Fifth avenue; organized 1875]
DIRECTORS

R olland G. M onroe,
C ornelius N. B liss, Jr .,

W. G. GASTON, Cashier.

T hos. S. V an V olkenburgh ,
A lfred E. M arling ,

RESOURCES

B. H. F ancher ,

T. Frank M anville ,

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

$1,927,465
5,600
552,066
42,200
9,668,694
8,915,384
10,790
786,200
471,902
680,300
613,511
2,569,696
606,072
49,100
5
$26,898,985

$2,607,316
5,600
552,066
24,200
13,407,151
6,523,200
21,810
619,289
522,261
679,850
1,627,598
1,972,435
649,232
92,322
5
$29,304,335

$3,805,482
5,600
552,066
24,200
11,834,076
5,751,695
12,602
801,629
447,544
679,400
925,848
2,400,118
1,388,544
86,991
4
$28,715,799

$3,217,273
5,600
552,066
24,700
12,090,701
5,914,479
21,097
985,734
632,505
784,700
1,094,375
3,027,247
684,324
85,603
7
$29,120,411

$200,000
2,301,329

$200,000
2,227,138

$500,000
2,316,755

$500,000
2,401,166

65,542
19,191
19,261,417
36,943
3,703,996
152,260
606,072
552,231
4
$26,898,985

41,996
24,616
20,229,624
60,878
5,030,000
105,000
649,232
735,848
3
$29,304,335

70,906
14,594
20,119,274
54,453
3,700,000

74,080
10,562
21,833,200
49,022
3,000,000

1,388,544
551,270
3
$28,715,799

684,324
568,054
3
$29,120,411

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

LIABILITIES




255

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings banks.................................................................
Due New York State sav. and loan ass’ns, credit unions and land bank. . . .
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Bills payable.............................................................................................................
Rediscounts..............................................................................................................
A c’ptances of drafts payable at a future date or auth’d by com’l letters of credit
Other liabilities........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total liabilities.................................................................................................

Q uarterey Statem ents

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll.
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets..........................
Customers’ liability on acceptances (per contra, see liabilities).........................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total resources.................................................................................................

W m . H. Porter,
Francis L. H ine ,

D. C. H unter ,

F IR S T

STATE

B A N K — C an iste o

[Main street; organized 1897]

H enry E rlich ,
G lenn L. W hiting ,

H. W . CLOOS, Cashier.

DIRECTORS
W. P. G off,
H. P. Jack ,
C. A. Jackson,
H. W. C loos,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$154,491
■ 102,934
22,245
10,775

3,240
19,557
234,822
2,483
25,778
2,215
15,317
669
23,968
10,630
1,820
5
$553,308

3,240
21,678
250,019
1,499
21,282
2,536
13,000
204
46,427

2,922
22,095
250,824
863
21,879
3,016
15,222
182
22,035

1,954
6
$618,488

2,000
5
$648,483

2,769
23,137
262,527
2,207
3,214
2,220
11,093
574
30,893
4,250
2,131
7
$635,467

$50,000
31,420

$50,000
29,268

$50,000
29,292

18,000
27,000
1,617
420,099

18,000

16,000

1,329
516,739

16,000
12,640
952
538,622

10,000
1,000

1,000

$553,308

$618,488

B

$165,825
108,795
22,245
10,575

e p o s it
and

D
is c o u n t




1,000
1
$648,483

D

Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total liabilities.................................................................................................

927
513,378
4,869
20,000
1,000
1
$635,467

of

Preferred deposits, viz.:

anks

LIABILITIES

Deposits otherwise preferred..............................................................................
Due depositors, not preferred....... '.......................................................................

on

$33,243
194,580
22,245
6,575

$50,000
25,592

Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets..........................
Customers’ liability on acceptances (per contra, see liabilities).........................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total resources.................................................................................................

$112,453
74,131
22,245
3,975

eport

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral................................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

L. J. Simpson,

R

r eso u r c e s

Otto K. Stewart ,
E dgar N orthrup,

256

TH E
D . C. H U N TE R , President.

FLORAL PARK BANK — F lo r a l P a r k
EDWARD L. FROST,
T. W . A l b e r t s o n ,
J otham P ost,
G e o . A . W ig g in s ,

P resid en t

[Tyson avenue and Jericho turnpike; organized 1908]

C. H. VAN NOSTRAND,

Cashier

DIRECTORS

Ja c o b L a d e r ,
G eo. W . C overt,
A r t h u r H . G o l d s m it h ,

J . F. K l e i n ,
C h r is . H . G o t tsc h ,
G e o r g e S. E m o r y ,

C h a s . H. V a n N o s t r a n d ,
I s a a c S. H e n d r i c k s o n ,
B e n j a m in W . H e g e m a n .

RESOURCES

B ernhard L oew ,
E dw ard L . F rost,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$109,550
284,229
22,250
79,250

$94,900
273,379
22,250
82,300

$129,900
324,518
22,250
82,200

$149,710
296,520
22,250
86,300

13,886
45,065
102,088
5,095
2,282
24,208
463
46,607
8,455
5

31,051
67,909
119,190
9,580
2,466
18,106
65,371
10,180
3

28,386
42,911
195,419
35,949
2,809
22,410
305
58,388
11,283
3

24,021
56,225
270,585
5,449
3,595
24,072
256
93,843
14,410
3

$743,433

$796,685

$956,731

$1,047,239

$25,000
39,476
19,000
617,307
36,000
6,649
1

$25,000
38,671

$25,000
40,930
19,000
858,655

$25,000
40,597

$743,433

$796,685

«G

Statem ents

Total resources...............................................................................

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

issa m ,

ly

Stock and bond investm
ents, viz.:
P
ublic securities.................................................................................
P
rivate securities................................................................................
Real estate ow
ned..................................................................................
M
ortgages owned..................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and m
ortgage, deed o oth real estate
r er
collateral...........................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral........................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secu by collateral....................
red
Due from trust com
panies, banks and bankers..........................................
Specie..................................................................................................
O
ther currency authorized by the law of the U
s
nited States........................
Cash item
s............................................................................................
Due fromthe Federal R
eserve Bank of N York less offsets.....................
ew
Assets not included in any-of the above heads...........................................
Add for cents........................................................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

J. M a y n a r d K
J . S, K l e i n ,

L IA B IL IT IE S

Capital.................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits....................................................
P
referred deposits, viz.: O
ther deposits secu by pled of assets............
red
ge
Due depositors, not preferred..................................................................
B payable.........................................................................................
ills
O
ther liabilities......................................................................................
Add for cents........................................................................................
Total liabilities




642,871
76,500
13,641
2

13,144
2

955,243
10,000
16,398
1

$956,731

$1,047,239

to
Vt

258

TH E FR E E PO R T B A N K OF FREEPORT, QUEENS COUNTY, N. Y — F r e e p o r t
JOHN J. RANDALL,

P resid en t.

[23 and 25 South Main street; organized 1892]

WM. S. HALL,

Cashier.

DIRECTORS
in e ,

W a l l a c e H. C
C oles P e t t it ,

ornw ell,

W m . E. G o l d e r ,
J oh n J. R a n d a l l ,

W m . S. H a l l ,
D a n i e l B. R a y n o r ,

RESOURCES

Stock and bond investm
ents, viz.:
Public securities.................................................................................
Private securities................................................................................
Real estate ow
ned..................................................................................
M
ortgages owned...................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and m
ortgage, d or other real estate
eed
collateral............................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral........................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral....................
Overdrafts............................. ............................................................
Due fromtrust com
panies, banks and bankers..........................................
Specie...................................................................................................
O
ther cu cy authorized by the law of the U
rren
s
nited States.......................
Cash item
s............................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads..........................................
Add for cents................................................................. .......................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

M a r t in
H arvey

V. W . H a l l ,
B. S m i t h .

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

W

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

m.

G. M

il l e r ,

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$312,021
133,300
35,204
122,179

$343,412
133,803
35,204
121,679

$517,289
149,285
33,700
114,818

$465,371
147,539
33,700
120,064

48,235
92,132
218,024
5
81,828
13,860
32,497
909
7,098
5

42,100
114,761
207,243
5
123,723
11,804
40,497
1,229
13,736
5

41,980
129,451
194,148
133,262
16,247
23,544
1,204
12,746
3

37,330
151,070
230,064
27
125,279
15,612
48,725
306
18,100
5

$1,097,297

$1,189,201

$1,367,677

$1,393,192

Capital.................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits....................................................
P
referred deposits, viz.: Deposits by the State of N York.....................
ew
Due depositors, not preferred..................................................................
O
ther liabilities......................................................................................
Add for cents.........................................................................................

$30,000
77,665

$30,000
88,560

$30,000
81,056

$30,000
86,528

Total liabilities...............................................................................................................

$1,097,297

Total resources................................................................................
LIABILITIES




1 1 ,0 0 0

1 1 ,0 0 0

1 1 ,0 0 0

1 0 ,0 0 0

974,832
3,800

1,058,141
1,500

1,240,120
5,500

1,257,864
8,800

1

$1,189,201

$1,367,677

$1,393,192

R e p o r t o n B a n k s o f D e p o s it a n d D is c o u n t

S m it h C o x ,
D . W esley P

T H E

G LEN

COVE

D A V ID N . G A Y , President.
D a v i d N. G a t ,
E d w a r d T. P a y n e ,

BANK

OF

G LEN

COVE

—

G

len

C

o ve

JOHN C. SM ALL, Cashier.

[Organized 1892]

H e r b e r t S. B o w n e ,
F. B. E d m o n d s ,
O. E d w a r d P a y n e ,

DIRECTORS

Sa m u e l

F. E . W
D

a n ie l

J. S e a m a n ,
il l it s ,
U n d e r h il l ,

H e r b e r t K. D o d g e ,
J o h n V . C. H e g e m a n ,
W m. H. S e a m a n .

RESOURCES

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

J a m e s W il l it s ,
D a n i e l J. H e g e m a n ,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$757,956
718,075
50,900
227,283

$454,006
718,075
45,000
211,733

$599,637
718,075
45,000
211,371

$593,287
697,975
45,784
209,350

20,150
156,317
331,112
204,603
7,161
81,277
1,502
154,314
5
$2,710,882

7,350
224,997
351,526
135
225,497
6,609
78,385
5,213
299,551
7
$2,628,084

7,700
191,856
342,713
86
282,831
6,508
92,162
5,443
225,492
5
$2,728,879

7,450
179,116
301,689
274
304,601
5,019
87,125
2,237
212,176
6
$2,646,089

997

LIABILITIES

$70,000
87,083

$70,000
98,182

$70,000
103,440

$70,000
88,417

22,500
4,697
2,030,017
70,138
420,000
6,445
2

22,500
79,558
2,149,245

20,000
126,360
2,396,518

20,000
72,606
2,373,618

185,288
23,310
1

12,560
1

21,447
1

Total liabilities................................................................................

$2,710,882

$2,628,084

$2,728,879

$2,646,089




259

Capital.................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits.....................................................
P
referred deposits, viz.:
D
eposits by the State of New York......................................................
O
ther deposits secured by pledge of assets.............................................
Due depositors, not preferred..................................................................
Due to trust com
panies, banks and bankers..............................................
Bills payable.........................................................................................
O
ther liabilities......................................................................................
Add for cents.........................................................................................

Q uarterly Statem ents

Stock and bond investm
ents, viz.:
P
ublic securities.................................................................................
Private securities................................................................................
Real estate ow
ned..................................................................................
M
ortgages owned...... ............................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and m
ortgage, deed or oth real estate
er
collateral...........................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.........................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secu by collateral.....................
red
Overdrafts............................................................................................
Due from trust com
panies, banks and bankers..........................................
Specie...................................................................................................
O
ther currency authorized by the law of the U
s
nited States........................
Cash item
s............................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads...........................................
Add for cents........................................................................................
Total resources...............................................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

F r a n c i s L. H i n e ,
C. P . V a l e n t i n e ,

W.

W m.
B arbour,
A lexander W a lk e r ,

[402 Hudson street; organized 1855]
DIRECTORS

P resid en t.

W.

E d w in
O r v is ,
W il l ia m H . B a l d w in ,
F rank H amm ond,

G eo . R am sey,
H enry R . C arse,
W m . D efo rest M

a n ic e ,

FRANK HAMMOND,

C h a s . H e r b e r t S m it h ,
H . B o a r d m a n S p a l d in g ,
Joh n J. H o ppe r .

J u l iu s M a u t n e r ,
H . W ard F ord,

Cashier.

L e e Sh u b e r t ,
P aul E . M oller,

S tem n o
ta e t f
c n itio
od n
J n 30, 1 1
ue
99

S tem n o
ta e t f
c n itio
od n
Sp 1, 11
e t. 2 9 9

Stock and bond investm
ents, viz.:
P
ublic securities.................................................................................
Private securities................................................................................
Real estate ow
ned..................................................................................
M
ortgages owned........... .......................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral........................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral....................
Overdrafts.............................................................................................
Due fromtrust com
panies, banks and bankers..........................................
Specie................ ..................................................................................
O
ther cu cy authorized by the law of the U
rren
s
nited States.......................
Cash item
s............................................................................................
Due from the Federal R
eserve Bank of New York less offsets.....................
Assets not included in any of the above heads...........................................
Add for cents........................................................................................

$2,366,723
193,533
81,000
14,533
7,362,086
6,900,725
570
1,067,870
783,620
1,089,621
1,331,316
429,588
17,000
5

$1,971,636
228,358
81,000
14,433
7,335,462
7,845,111
158
1,263,606
762,047
1,254,000
1,429,661
231,564
30,000
5

$2,001,635
228,358
81,000
14,183
5,536,942
9,326,906
1,163
1,484,951
650,070
1,371,900
1,543,090
362,030
15,000
6

Total resources................................................................................

$21,638,190

$22,447,041

$22,617,234

Capital..............................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits...........................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings banks.............................................................
Deposits by the Superintendent of Banks of the State of New York...........
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets...................................................
Due depositors, not preferred...........................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Other liabilities..................................................................................................
Add for cents.....................................................................................................

$500,000
1,559,732

$500,000
1,592,384

$500,000
1,674,156

$500,000
1,737,177

457,808
79,792
780,314
16,875,548
1,235,262
149,730
4

628,986
66,952
52,000
18,153,582
1,224,486
228,647
4

368,143
68,005
272,163
18,369,586
1,091,344
273,835
2

526,125
75,073
245,599
19,951,955
939,690
269,405
2

Total liabilities...........................................................................................

$21,638,190

$22,447,041

$22,617,234

$24,245,026

S tem n o
ta e t f
c n itio
od n
N . 1, 11
ov 2 9 9
$1,862,582
228,358
81,000
14,183
5,857,864
10,211,642
1,044
1,887,560
656,342
1,420,715
1,629,432
386,798
7,500
6
D
$24,245,026

LIABILITIES




R e p o r t o n B a n k s o f D e p o s it a n d D is c o u n t

S tem n o
ta e t f
c n itio
od n
F . 21, 1 1
eb
99

resources

260

TH E GREEN W ICH BAN K OF THE C ITY OF N EW YO RK — N ew Y orkCity
H. WARD FORD,

W
h
g
w

2

W

£

3
a
a
o

*

(_j

y
%

g
M
H

>

HEMPSTEAD BANK — H em pstea d
E D W A R D CO O PER , President.
E

dw ard

C ooper,

W h . S. H a l l ,

C H A R L ES E . P A T T E R S O N , Cashier.

[52 Main street; organized 1877]
W
M

m . P ost,
a r t in V .

DIRECTORS
Joh n K. V a n V r a n k e n ,
W. H

A

rth ur

W.

B b ie r l e y ,

C harles

E. P a t t e r s o n ,

all.

RESOURCES

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

Stock and bond investm
ents, viz.:
P
ublic securities.................................................................................
Private securities................................................................................
Real estate owned..................................................................................
M
ortgages owned..................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and m d o other rea est. coll...
tg., eed r
l
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.........................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secu by collateral.....................
red
Overdrafts............................................................................................
Due from trust com
panies, banks and bankers..........................................
Specie...................................................................................................
O
ther currency authorized by the law of the U
s
nited States........................
Cash item
s............................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads..........................................
Add for cents........................................................................................

$831,437
333,310
80,000
329,600
10,798
34,949
145,353
160
91,977
34,993
58,215
4,370
11,619

Total resources...............................................................................

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$921,737
351,705
80,000
326,800
14,360
90,663
129,826
360
191,271
8,484
122,729
7,832
16,210
4

$832,037
360,343
80,000
326,800
14,159
210,094
106,176
856
94,666
23,025
90,148
10,964
28,790
3

$1,966,783

$2,200,786

$2,261,981

$2,178,061

Capital.................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits....................................................
Due depositors, not preferred..................................................................
O
ther liabilities......................................................................................
Add for cents.........................................................................................

$30,000
184,016
1,746,600
6,167

$30,000
192,898
1,961,586
16,300

$30,000
197,271
2,026,866
7,842

2

2

$30,000
211,883
1,922,832
13,345
1

Total liabilities................................................................................

$1,966,783

$2,200,786

$2,261,981

$2,178,061

Q uarterly Statem ents

2

$843,683
333,770
80,000
329,900
12,673
94,446
134,508
171
242,703
6,285
84,183
10,410
28,049
5

LIABILITIES

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P resid en t.

[141 Washington street; organized 1917]

ALEXANDER SILUN,

Cashier.

DIRECTORS
H

enry

J . S c h n it z e r ,

L o u is M . J o s e p h t h a l ,

Jules C h arm atz,

RESOURCES

D

a v id

T

aylor,

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

M

ax

H

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

$195,832
40,000
15,403
195
2,260
5,039

olz,

A

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

lexander

Sil u n .

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$253,610
40,000
62,523
350
2,708
37,795

$262,220
40.000
45,333
248
40,500
36,950

1

$230,520
40,000
49,057
312
2,888
18,053
729
2

1

1

$258,730

$341,561

$396,987

$425,252

Capital..................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits...............................
Due depositors, not preferred...............................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................
Bills payable.........................................................................
Other liabilities.....................................................................
Add for cents........................................................................

$100,000
57,915
78,034
16
15.000
7,764
1

$100,000
75,199
105,447
12,168
42,000
6,746
1

$100,000
142,704
98,268
34,922
21,092
1

$100,000
173,562
93,718
47,794
2,073
8,103
2

Total liabilities..............................................................

$258,730

$341,561

$396,987

$425,252

Stock and bond investments, viz.: Public securities.........
Real estate owned................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................
Specie....................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States
Cash items............................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................
Add for cents........................................................................
Total resources..............................................................
LIABILITIES




R e p o r t o n B a n k s o f D e p o s it a n d D is c o u n t

H E N R Y J. SCHNITZER STATE BAN K — N e w Y o r k C it y
JULES CHARMATZ,

HILLSIDE BANK — R ich m o nd H ill
JOEL F O W L E R , President.
Joel F o w ler,

G

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[3302 Jamaica avenue; organized 1906[
C. D

F R E D E R IC K BO SCH E N , Cashier.

DIRECTORS
ic k e l ,

F r e d e r ic k B o s c h e n ,
A lbert
V oltz.

L.

RESOURCES

W

m

. H. W

ade,

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

Jo h n K

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

erz,

James A . B ell,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities............................................................................................
Private securities................................................. .........................................
Real estate owned........................................................................... ...............
Mortgages owned..............................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or othei real est. coll. ..
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..............................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.......................
Overdrafts.........................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers................................................
Specie................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States...........................
Cash items........................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads.................................................
Add for cents.....................................................................................................

$222,381
246,515
44,299
16,059
47,800
222,381
334,226
131
220,131
57,174
20,000
2,321
2,500
2

$165,866
246,515
39,000
19,559
59,600
294,392
410,531
36
319,632
35,334
61,000
8,350
3,000
3

$205,960
245,515
39,000
19,559
74,800
299,300
475,291
489
359,149
33,054
80,000
6,550
3,000

$135,674
245,515
39,000
19,559
78,470
182,192
724,278
27
299,918
57,141
80,000
9,019
2,500
4

Total resources..........................................................................................

$1,435,920

$1,662,818

$1,841,667

$1,873,297

Capital..............................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits............................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.: Due New York State savings banks........................
Due depositors, not preferred...........................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Other liabilities.................................................................................................

$100,000
50,011
10,000
1,211,409
60,000
4,500

$100,000
55,959
10,000
1,493,859

$100,000
67,269
20,000
1,673,928

3,000

$100,000
61,044
10,000
1,614,323
46,000
10,300

Total liabilities..........................................................................................

$1,435,920

$1,662,818

$1,841,667

$1,873,297

LIABILITIES

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[141 Pennsylvania avenue; organized 1907]

GEORGE L. PORTER,

C ashier.

264:

HOM ESTEAD BANK OF BROOKLYN — B ro o k l y n
E. L. ROCKEFELLER,

DIRECTORS
C h a s . J. B e n is c h ,
R u d o l p h R e i m e r , J r .,

J o h n C . C r e v e l in g ,
J a m e s P. R u y l ,

F r e d ’k W . H e a r n ,
J. V . N . S im o n s o n ,
W m . F . R yerson ,

O sc a r W . Sw if t ,
Jacob G o ell,
C harles H . O h lau .

274,930
60,121
82,972
24,148
10,223
5
$2,051,059

$2,462,783

$2,725,761

$3,017,235

$200,000
78,575

$200,000
89,110

$200,000
96,228

$200,000
108,394

10,013

10,063

LIABILITIES

Capital..............................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits........................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings banks.............................................................
Due New York State savings and loan associations, credit unions and land
bank...........................................................................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets..................................................
Due depositors, not preferred...........................................................................
Other liabilities..................................................................................................
Add for cents.....................................................................................................

14,000
1,753,995
4,488
1

71,000
2,096,372
6,300
1

76,000
2,334,519
9,000
1

754
11,000
2,678,388
8,635
1

Total liabilities...........................................................................................

$2,051.059

82.462.7S3

82.725.761

$3,017,235




D is c o u n t

$788,848
433,425
71,496
77,150
13,452
324,739
787,322
86
209,487
153,635
122,945
21,333
13,311
6

and

215,641
100,148
139,000
8,505
12,172
4

$788,176
411,145
71,496
82,975
16,906
236,245
658,168
152
201,323
153,120
81,015
13,417
11,618
5

D e p o s it

$771,956
405,360
75,959
65,700
17,129
77,274
573,935

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

of

$575,362
318,473
97,303
48,550
21,713
101,510
435,749

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

B anks

Total resources...........................................................................................

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

A.

on

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public secuiities.............................................................................................
Private securities...........................................................................................
Real estate owned.............................................................................................
Mortgages owned..............................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll.. .
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..............................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.......................
Overdrafts. ........................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers................................................
Specie................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States...........................
Cash items.........................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads.................................................
Add for cents.....................................................................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

John G . B ueh ler,
John
V anderveer,

.R e p o r t

resources

E. L. R o c k e f e l l e r ,
B ernard Schubert,

THE INTERNATIONAL BAN K — N e w Y o r k C it y
JA M E S C. C O L G A T E , President.

C. E. B L A C K F O R D , Cashier.

[17 Battery Place; organized 1902]
DIRECTORS

E d w ard W. H ard en ,
John A . F orster,

W m . S. K i e s ,
W m. T r a v i s J e r o m e ,

J r .,

J a m e s C. C o l g a t e ,
G eorge M . M offett,

Sa m u el B a l l a r d ,
W il l ia m R e e d ,

RESOURCES

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................
Private securities..................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.....................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral
Overdrafts................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers.......................
Specie.......................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States. .
Cash items...............................................................................
Customers’ liability on acceptances (per contra, see liabilities)
Assets not included in any of the above heads........................
Add for cents...........................................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

I s a a c E. C h a p m a n ,
D a v id R u m s e y ,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

$1,619,740
128,000
3,147,304
1,960,510
248
294,876
173,305
577,315
387,911

47,274
4

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

65,934
3

$1,769,617
128,000
3,254,913
1,834,002
1,538
544,382
172,627
653,472
290,054
48,034
36,555
5

$1,366,236
191,406
3,503,405
1,925,436
311
869,694
172,370
631,812
185,202
33,522
73,606
2

$7,477,112

$8,355,146

$8,733,199

$8,953,002

Capital..............................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits............................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.: Other deposits secured by pledge of assets...............
Due depositors, not preferred...........................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Acceptances of drafts payable at a future date or authorized by commercial
letters of credit..............................................................................................
Other liabilities..................................................................................................
Add for cents....................................................................................................

$500,000
222,199
170,112
6,419,110
101,530

$500,000
233,937
315,000
7,039,724
85,214

$500,000
259,881
236,151
7,557,435
48,037

$500,000
289,257
92,773
7,853,312
27,123

64,159
2

75,738
105,531
2

48,034
83’ 658
3

61,992
128^543
2

Total liabilities...........................................................................................

$7,477,112

$8,355,146

$8,733,199

$8,953,002

Total resources...................... ...........................................

$802,293
97,457
3,055,294
2,162,978
608
308,010
162,060
514,317
326,817

F r e d e r i c k T. F i s h e r ,
A lbert W aycott.

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JOHN N EM ETH STATE BANK — N e w Y o r k C it y
JOHN NEMETH,

KARL SCHENK,

[1597 Second avenue; organized 1917]

P resid en t.

Cashier.

K

arl

Schenck,

John N

em eth

,

E m il L e d e r e r ,

RESOURCES

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities.............................................................................................
Private securities...........................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral........................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..............................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.......................
Overdrafts.........................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers................................................
Specie.............................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States...........................
Cash items........................................ .........................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads.................................................
............................
Add for cents..........................................................
Total resources...........................................................................................

H a r r ie s

A. M

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

$96,295
23,755

um ma,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

F r e d e r ic k

T. K

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

elsey.

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$106,030
69.977

$106,882
75,002

$108,127
40,000

1,500
42,378
1,182,632
187
836,738
1,836
68,438

15,459
3

1,500
58.978
1,108,581
145
349,632
1,342
54,414
4,596
13,647
5

11,387
4

1,350
69,248
1,331,545
192
574,181
2,378
66,952
974
46,898
3

$1,568,443

$1,768,847

$2,326,984

$2,241,848

54,470
1,145,976
22
192,333
789
39,341

LIABILITIES

Capital..............................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits............................................................
Due depositors, not preferred...........................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Other liabilities.................................................................................................
Add for cents.....................................................................................................

$ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0

$ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0

$ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0

$ 2 0 0 ,0 0 0

27,614
1,364,922
3,796
72,110
1

111,091
1,396,148
7,445
154,161
2

248,851
1,368,657
526,283
83,191
2

364,624
1,376,853
9,407
290,962
2

Total liabilities...........................................................................................

$1,568,443

$1,768,847

$2,326,984

$2,241,848




R e p o r t o n B a n k s o f D e p o s it a n d D is c o u n t

DIRECTORS

THE JOHNSTOWN BANK — J o h n stow n
JO H N G. FE R R E S, President.
John

G.

W IL L IA M M c K IE , Cashier.

[106 W est Main street; organized 1879]

DIRECTORS
F erres,

W m . C. H ackney,
M a r t in C o l l in s ,

W m . J . A d am s,
W m . M cK ie ,

H enry V eghte,
Ja m es
P ie r s o n .

RESOURCES

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities.............................................................................................
Private securities...........................................................................................
Real estate owned.............................................................................................
Mortgages owned..............................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral.................................................................................................. , . .
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral......................... ..................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.......................
Overdrafts.........................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers................................................

D.

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

F. E. M oyer,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

E d w in V o s b u r g h ,

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

$175,498
440,304
30,420
14,000

$233,248
458,071
45,420
14,000

$222,355
469,478
45,420
18,000

Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States...........................
Cash items........................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads.................................................
Add for cents....................................................................................................

83,400
144,362
766,169
82
163,786
14,526
68,217
159
193,916
3

65,400
124,914
750,878
367
155,683
14,416
76,301
7,288
398,167
3

65,400
131,718
703,024
63
224,289
19,139
68,758
24
267,398
2

65,300
150,239
681,039
645
330,868
14,821
85,071
946
213,485
4

Total resources..........................................................................................

$2,261,841

$2,253,639

$2,230,554

$2,297,671

$ 100,000

$ 100,000

$ 100,000

$ 100,000

LIABILITIES

Capital.........................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits. . . .
Due depositors, not preferred.....................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers
Other liabilities............................................
Add for cents...............................................
Total liabilities

$2,261,841

253,216
1,890,899
8,581
941
2

243,048
1,876,622
99
10,784
1

250,357
1,940,257
1,032
6,023
2

$2,253,639

$2,230,554

$2,297,671

267




247,725
1,844,426
62,414
7,276

Q uarterly S tatem ents

$322,797
450,004
30,420
24,000

268

TH E JULIAND BANK — Greene
WILLIAM J. RUSSELL,

P resid en t.

[Organized 1893]

CHARLES W. GRAY,

Cashier.

DIRECTORS
W

il l ia m

J. R u s s e l l ,

C hables W G b a t ,
H e n e y T. H o a g .

H

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R SO R E
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Stock and bond investm
ents, viz.:
P
ublic securities..................................................................................
Private securities..................... ..........................................................
Real estate owned..................................................................................
M
ortgages owned...................................................................................
Loans and discounts secu by bond and m
red
ortgage, d or other real estate
eed
collateral...........................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral........................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secu by collateral....................
red
Overdrafts.............................................................................................
Due fromtrust com
panies, banks and bankers..........................................
Specie...................................................................................................
O
ther currency authorized by the law of the U
s
nited States........................
Cash items............................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads...........................................
Add for cents........................................................................................
Total resources...............................................................................
LIA ILITIES
B
Surplus, including all undivided profits.....................................................
Due depositors, not preferred..................................................................
O
ther liabilities......................................................................................
Add for cents.........................................................................................
Total liabilities................................................................................




M . J u l ia n d ,

C h aeles

H. G b a y e s ,

L ee

R. H a b b i h o x ,

S tem n o
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c n itio
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F . 21, 1 1
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S tem t o
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c n itio
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J n 30, 1 1
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99

S tem n o
ta e t f
c n itio
od n
Sp 1, 1 1
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$69,545
56,769
7,000
38,900

$54,224
67,279
7.000
38,800

$50,723
71,289
7,000
36,200

$47,341
98,760
7,000
39,350

450
10,040
100,737
247
80,108
3,110
10,104
306
2,100
2

1.000
10,339
120,666
18
128,738
2,794
12,904
3,702
1,500
2

650
12,629
122,884
104
124,206
2,250
15,766
1,220
1,400
3

650
12,739
134,796
120,518
1,997
13,489
3,398
1,700
2

$379,418

$448,966

$446,324

$481,740

$35,000
70,580
273,588
250

$35,000
70,799
342,667
500

$35,000
71,961
338,913
450

$35,000
73,304
372,535
900
1

$379,418

$448,966

$446,324

$481,740

S tem n o
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R eport on B anks of D eposit and D iscount

Jos. E. J u l i a n d ,

L IB E R T Y BANK OF BUFFALO, N. Y.—
JO H N A . K L O E P F E R , President

[424-426 Main street; organized 1882, as
German American Bank of Buffalo, N. Y.]

B

uffalo

GEO. G. K L E IN D IN S T , Cashier.

DIRECTORS
E d w in L a n g M il l e r ,
J acob G . L an g ,
A lex. G . H oepler,

H enry C. Zeller,
J oseph K a m ,
G e o . G . K l e in d in s t ,
Ira T . G leason ,

O l i v e r C a b a n a , J r .,
L o u is A . F is c h e r ,
W m . L a n s il ,
J . W il l a r d L a n s in g ,

H e n r y A . M il l e r ,
A lf r e d A . B e r r ic k ,
St a n is l a u s L ip o w ic z ,
John C. T refts.

RESOURCES

Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.................................
Cash items................................................................................................................................
Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets..............................
Customers’ liability on acceptances (per contra, see liabilities).............................
Assets not included in any of the above heads...........................................................
Add for cents...........................................................................................................................




$3,429,730
5,704,270
662,774
37,820
782,875
8,546,623
9,475 716
75,334
3,344,638
70,751
426,341
355,776
16,448
100,000

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

5

$4,899,928
5,763,235
836,270
38,270
819,845
5,611,918
13,647,026
30,216
4,013,825
60,253
208,837
306,719
1,736,127
50,000
16,754
5

$4,949,285
5,861,103
884,871
58,120
1,190,634
5,270,275
13,728,413
33,031
3,942,428
46,337
354,529
365,410
1,282,244
200,000
31,832

$20,078,791

$33,029,101

$38,039,228

$38,198,520

$500,000
723,679

$1,500,000
1,077,166

$1,500,000
1,168,400

$1,500,000
1,177,706

609,123

678,122

461,438

415,968

83,298
112,000
7)34,281

163,247
184,000
1,039,530

88,390
140,000
2,093,557

57,443
200,000
50,711

104,287
5

8

269

Total resources...............................................................................................................
LIABILITIES
Capital.......................................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits.........................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings banks..........................................................................
Due New York State savings and loan associations, credit unions and land
bank...................................................................................................................................
Deposits by the State of New Y o r k ...........................................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets...............................................................

$2,590,590
2,579,161
498,155
4,365
619,662
4,945,475
4,331,819
3,163
3,827,876
158,309
274,023
141,901

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

H a r d in H . L it t e l l ,
John A . K loepfer,
C h as. G . D uffy,

Q uarterly Statem ents

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities.................................................................................................................
Private securities...............................................................................................................
Real estate owned.................................................................................................................
Mortgages owned...................................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll. . .
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral........................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.............................
Overdrafts................................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...........................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

E d w i n R. S m i t h ,
H e n r y C . St e u l ,
O rson Y e a g e r ,

to

o

LIABILITIES

Due depositors, not preferred.....................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers
Bills payable................................................
Rediscounts.................................................
Acceptances of drafts payable at a future date or authorized by commercial
letters of credit
Other liabilities. .
Add for cents....
Total liabilities




Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

$13,341,085
3,416,685

$24,710,861
3,499,769

393,400

20,000

$24,623,232
3,961,537
3,504,840
308,556

$25,156,007
3,664,273
5,214,456
481,384

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

26,374

2

50,000
139,272
6

200,000

165,239
3
$20,078,791

$33,029,101

$38,039,228

$38,198,520

100,000

80,566
6

R e p o r t o n B a n k s o f D e p o s it a n d D is c o u n t

L IB E R T Y B A N K OF BUFFALO, N. Y. — B u f fa lo — Concluded

LIVONIA STATE B A N K — L iv o n ia
JAM ES W . W A D S W O R T H , President.

A R T H U R J. STR AU B , Cashier.

[Organized 1918]
DIRECTORS

Jam es W . W adsw orth ,

C arroll

F.

A cker,

E. A.

B ro n son ,
E u g e n e B . W il h e l m . '

RESOURCES

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities............................................................................................
Private securities...........................................................................................
Real estate owned.............................................................................................
Mortgages owned..............................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..............................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.......................
Overdrafts.........................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers................................................
Specie................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States...........................
Cash items.........................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads................................................
Add for cents.................................................................................................

P errt

C.

E uchner,

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

H enrt G reffrath,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

F red

G.

R eed,

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$16,764

23,300
1,088
3,787

10,000
2,000
67,369
33,393
31
16,023
1,605
4,457

10,000
15,450
75,380
39,056
46
13,091
2,080
9,609

10,941
3

9,098
4

10,496
4

$22,217
16,481
10,000
15,450
86,535
49,276
255
13,948
2,127
10,341
506
11,764
3

$89,269

$162,937

$191,976

$238,903

Capital..............................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits............................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.: Deposits by the State of New York........................
Due depositors, not preferred...........................................................................
Other liabilities..................................................................................................
Add for cents.....................................................................................................

$25,000
4,615
59,476
176
2

$25,000
4,173
10,068
123,112
582
2

$25,000
4,534
9,000
152,621
820
1

$25,000
4,849
9,000
198,588
1,465
1

Total liabilities..........................................................................................

$89,269

$162,937

$191,976

$238,903

Total resources..........................................................................................

36,963
11,221

Q uarterly Statem ents

$18,957

$1,966

LIABILITIES




to
*< T

tc
-■ I

M A D R ID BANK
A. D. WHITNEY,

h it n e y ,

M

a d r id

F. J. M

e r r im a n ,

DIRECTORS
O. V . V e i t c h ,
W . C. G a g e ,

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
1919

ary

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
S e p t . 1 2, 1 91 9

June 3 0 ,

3,190
5

3,706
6

$319,641

$345,580

$391,605

$347,194

Other liabilities..............................................................................................
Add for cents.....................................................................................................

$25,000
35,903
1,443
256,127
1,167
1

$25,000
38,714
1,460
279,222
1,183
1

$25,000
40,855
1,460
322,838
1,450
2

$25,000
42,321
1,449
276,968
1,454
2

Total liabilities..........................................................................................

$.410 041

$345,580

$391.605

$347 104
'

LIABILITIES

Capital..............................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits..........................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.: Other deposits secured by pledge of assets..............




D is c o u n t

4,126
5

2

and

$36,475
131,413
1,000
2,000
4,456
37,205
93,345
262
27,396
1,199
8,361
370

D e p o s it

41,159
1,071
9,226
443

$81,475
126,624
1,000
2,000
4,564
34,662
79,315
99
50,444
1,019
7,191
17

of

Total resources..........................................................................................

of

S ta te m e n t
c o n d it i o n
12, 1 91 9

Nov.

B anks

$59,825
119,417
1,000
2,000
5,910
34,512
66,884

Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States...........................
Cash items.........................................................................................................
Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets........................
Assets not included in any of the above heads................................................
Add for cents.....................................................................................................

$44,450
104,579
1,000
2,000
6,696
31,526
52,261
632
55,563
1,788
10,677
144
6,000
2*321
4

V ice-P r es id e n t.

J.| R. D a w l e y .

on

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities............................................................................................
Private securities...........................................................................................
Real estate owned.............................................................................................
Mortgages owned..............................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll. ..
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..............................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.......................
Overdrafts.........................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers................................................

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
F e b . 2 1 , 1 91 9

M

epo rt

reso urces

W. E. GRIFFITH,
W . E. G r i f f i t h .

R

A. D. W

—

[Main street; organized 1896]

P resid en t.

TH E M ANHATTAN COM PAN Y — N ew Y ork City
STEPHEN BAKER,

[40 Wall street; organized 1799]

P resid en t.

D. H. PIERSON,

Cashier.

DIRECTORS
H e n r y K. M cH a r g ,
W a l t e r J e n n in g s ,

Ste ph en B a k e r ,
W il l ia m S . T o d ,

RESOURCES

Jam es Sp e y e r ,
J o h n C. M o o r e ,

W m . Sloane,
G e o r g e M c N e ir ,

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

B ertram H . B orden,

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

$6,165,474
4,746,715
875,000
25,672,381
26,276,785
7,550
5,388,028
203,035
1,501,912
77,238,228
11,813,965
5,911,751
107,440
4
$165,908,268

$9,632,362
4,908,976
1,155,000
37,933,398
31,711,168
3,917
2,190,141
176,885
1,591,428
75,252,903
8,669,748
3,997,989
185,488
5
$177,409,408

$8,050,139
4,809,012
1,155,000
30,594,011
30,353,684
5,708
3,831,045
165,032
2,115,751
93,367,955
13,101,543
5,778,107
179,000
4
$193,505,991

$2,500,000
7,640,350

$2,500,000
7,982,946

$2,500,000
8,260,053

5,234,123
1,000,015
15,000
7,245,000
111,103,993
26,992,575

4,591,995
500,015
15,000
2,855,963
141,408,085
12,733,167

5,085,591
1,000,015
15,000
1,570,086
151,213,812
17,272,972

3,427,548
749,663
1
$165,908,268

4,055,971
766,262
4
$177,409,408

5,800,189
788,270
3
$193,505,991

LIABILITIES

Capital..............................................................................................................
$2,500,000
Surplus, including all undivided profits............................................................
7,209,995
Preferred deposits, viz.:
5,318,004
Due New York State savings banks.............................................................
Deposits by the State of New York.............................................................
640,015
29,305
Deposits by the Superintendent of Banks of the State of New York...........
3,646,328
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets...................................................
72,786,549
Due depositors, not preferred...........................................................................
12,137,541
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
3,000,000
Bills payable.....................................................................................................
Acceptances of drafts payable at a future date or authorized by commercial
4,232,245
letters of credit..............................................................................................
2,850,832
Other liabilities..................................................................................................
3
Add for cents.....................................................................................................
Total liabilities........................................................................................... $114,350,817




Q uarterly S tatem en ts

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities............................................................................................
$13,227,850
Private securities.........................................................................................
5,076,827
875,000
Real estate owned.............................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..............................................
20,258,643
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.......................
24,744,249
Overdrafts.........................................................................................................
2,199
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers................................................
3,364,316
Specie................................................................................................................
526,945
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States...........................
1,123,903
Cash items........................................................................................................
31,688,118
Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets.........................
5,759,170
Customers’ liability on acceptances (per contra, see liabilities).......................
5,573,736
Assets not included in any of the above heads.................................................
2,129,857
Add for cents....................................................................................................
4
Total resources.......................................................................................... $114,350,817

S a m u e l Sl o a n ,
M ic h a e l F r ie d s a m .

H arvey
J ohn

E.

S.

G reene,

M acLean,

[89-91 Remsen street; organized 1872]

P resid en t.
John

W.

F ord,

J a m e s T ie r n e y ,

J. S. CLUTE,

DIRECTORS
W . D. B o s w e l l ,

John H . B u llock,

F r e d ’k W . K a v a n a u g h ,

J.

S tem n o
ta e t f
c n itio
od n
Jn 3, 11
ue 0 99

C. A. D

S tem t o
ta en f
c n itio
od n
Sp 1, 11
e t. 2 9 9

a v is .

S tem n o
ta e t f
co d n
n itio
N 1, 11
ov. 2 9 9

$100,000
99,180

$100,000
105,445

$100,000
107,920

$100,000
106,392

75.000
28.000
67,358
1,450,907

75.000
28.000
3,399
1,198,048

O
ther liabilities.....................................................................................
Add for cents........................................................................................

263,045
1

75.000
28.000
47,399
1,192,574
4,087
200,000
71,977
3

150,000
63,476
2

75.000
28.000
3,399
1,338,777
4,289
50,000
41,437
2

Total liabilities...............................................................................

$2,083,491

$1,824,485

$1,725,845

$1,747,296




is c o u n t

$1,747,296

D

$1,725,845

and

$1,824,485

e p o s it

$2,083,491

D

Total resources...............................................................................
LIA ILITIES
B
Capital.................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits....................................................
P
referred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings banks......................................................
Deposits by the State of New York......................................................
O
ther deposits secured by pledge of assets.............................................
Due depositors, not preferred..................................................................
Due to trust com
panies, banks and bankers..............................................

of

$104,050
406,251
50,000
42,535
401,112
446,313
525
187,392
10,429
76,134
16,805
5,747
3

a n k s

$219,846
366,227
50,000
31,425
340,126
476,836
630
168,815
11,073
50,778
3,270
6,817
2

B

$321,700
417,914
50,000
34,085
288,584
472,966
2,204
143,797
13,683
61,941
11,904
5,705
2

on

$595,350
467,192
50,000
34,515
196,346
420,439
891
191,211
9,896
57,741
4,663
55,244
3

eport

Stock and bond investm
ents, viz. :
P
ublic securities..................................................................................
Private securities................................................................... .........
Real estate ow
ned..................................................................................
I.oans and discounts secured by bond and m deed o other rea est. coll...
tg.,
r
l
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral........................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral....................
Overdrafts............................................................................................
Due fromtrust com
panies, banks and bankers..........................................
Specie...................................................................................................
O
ther currency authorized by the law of the United States.......................
s
Cash items............................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads..........................................
Add for cents.........................................................................................

S tem t o
ta en f
c n itio
od n
F . 21, 1 1
eb
99

C lute,

C h as. F. N orth,

R

resources

S.

Cashier.

274

M AN U FACTU RERS’ BANK OF COHOES — C ohoes
HARVEY S. GREENE,

M A R K E T BANK OF BUFFALO — B u ffa lo
ELLIOTT C. McDOUGAL,

P resid en t.

[585 Main street; organized 1903]

SAMUEL M. JOHNSON,

Cashier.

DIRECTORS
D e W it t C l in t o n ,

L au rens E n os,
C a r l t o n M . S m it h ,

E l l io t t C . M c D o u g a l ,
J o s . M . W il k in s o n ,

G eo. M eadw at,
C harles K en n ebt.

RESOURCES

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

R obert K . R oot,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

G e o . U r b a n , J r .,

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

Stock and bond investments, viz.:

Specie................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States...........................
Assets not included in any of the above heads................................................
Add for cents.....................................................................................................
Total resources..........................................................................................

$370,942
413,581
101,000
4,300
601,634
1,104,173
192
650,835
38,269
100,800
117,416
22,839
4
$3,525,985

$ 100,000

$ 100,000

LIABILITIES

Capital..............................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits............................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings banks......................... ..................................
Due New York State savings and loan associations, credit unions and land
bank...........................................................................................................
Deposits by the State of New York.............................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets...................................................
Due depositors, not preferred...........................................................................
Other liabilities..................................................................................................
Add for cents.....................................................................................................
Total liabilities




87,529

96,273

95.000

95.000

34,872
57.000
35,012
3,254,609
16,687
2

93,239
57.000
37,440
3,038,056
8,975

$3,680,711

$3,525,985

Q uarterly Statem en ts

Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll. . .
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..............................................

$388,448
434,000
1 0 1 ' 0 00
3,000
1,022,308
961,886
62
575,588
44,070
65,143
52,581
32'622
3
$3,680,711

to

TH E M ATTITU CK BANK
John M . L u pton ,
G eo. E . Penny,

—

M

a t t it u c k

[Pike street; organized 1905]

JO H N M . L U P T O N , President,
N a t . S. T u t h i l l ,
C h a s . J. M c N u l t y ,
O l i v e r B. G o l d s m i t h ,

DIRECTORS
W m . M.

C h a s . G il d e r s l e e v e ,
P h i l i p R. T u t h i l l ,
H e n r y K a e l in ,

H u dson ,
G eo. H . T er r y,
E r n e s t D. C o r w i n .

E. D . C O R W IN , Cashier.
H e r b e r t R. C o n k l i n g ,
F r a n k D. P e t e r s o n ,

A rthur L . D ow ns,
C h as. E . H allock,

R

4,350

600
64,576
120,184
232
26,720
l'475
23,475
'428
2,902
3

550
47,391
121,763
502
19,443
1,205
19,646
1*108
1,457
2

36,836
129,453
199
128,183
1,450
18,258
1 ^513
2,092
5

550
31,705
155,783
'207
97,708
1,596
13,992
2*475
2,238
4

Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.......................
Overdrafts.............................................................................. ! ........................
Specie................................................................................................................
Cash items.........................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads................................................
Total resources...........................................................................................

$450,206

$343,118

$453,001

$480,399

$25,000
31,666
8,000
333,250
1,465
40,000
10,824
1

$25,000
35,141
15^000
265,777
'609

$25,000
36,455
15^000
369 j 963
4'822

$25,000
38,156
. 15,000
396,893
3,805

1,590
1

1,761

1,544
1

$450,206

$343,118

$453,001

$480,399

LIABILITIES

Capital .............................................................................................................
Surplus including all undivided profits............................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.: Due New York State savings banks' .....................
Due depositors, not preferred...........................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................




is c o u n t

1,850

D

2,150

real estate

and

$140,358
29,433

e p o s it

$102,679
29,933

D

$97,458
30,443

of

$165,014
29,697
12,000
2*900

a n k s

o ile r

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

B

Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

on

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities.............................................................................................
Private securities...........................................................................................

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

eport

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

resources

M. B ERARD IN I STATE BANK — N ew Y ork City
M IC H A E L B E R A R D IN I, President.
M ic h a e l B e r a r d in i,

V ic t o r

E.

T o z z i,

[34 Mulberry street; organized 1915]
DIRECTORS
n g e l o L. C a s a z z a ,
V ir g in io B ia n c h i,

A
M o d e st B e r a r d in i,

P H ILIP B E R A R D IN I, Cashier.
A u g u s t C a p o n ig r i,

P h il ip B e r a r d in i,

M ic h a e l B e r a r d in i, J r .

S tem t o
ta en f
c n itio
od n
J n 30, 1 1
ue
99

S tem t o
ta en f
c n itio
od n
Sp 1, 11
e t. 2 9 9

$198,047
186,740
8,225
1,055
369,176
1,334
31,327
419,395
2

$601,256
186,200
12,500
1,595
427,449
1,005
39,164
1,318
4

$530,991
286,349
44,517
1,295
517,808
3,661
54,484
1,433
3

$463,868
230,145
46,017
1,385
873,053
741
49,980
1,097
3

Total resources...............................................................................
LIA ILITIES
B
Capital..............................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits....................................................
Due depositors, not preferred..................................................................
Due to trust com
panies, banks and bankers..............................................
Bills pavable.........................................................................................
O
ther liabilities......................................................................................
Add for cents.........................................................................................

$1,215,301

$1,270,491

$1,440,541

$1,666,289

$150,000
604,166
291,879
164,963

$150,000
638,742
216,926
258,169
6,652

$150,000
657,890
204,100
417,305

$150,000
689,101
254,164
571,838

2

11,244
2

1,184
2

Total liabilities................................................................................

$1,215,301

$1,270,491

$1,440,541

$1,666,289

resources




4,292
1

S te e t o
ta mn f
c n itio
od n
N 1, 11
ov. 2 9 9
Quarterly S tatements

Stock and bond investm
ents, viz.:
P
ublic securities.................................................................................
Private securities................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.........................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secu by collateral....................
red
Due from trust com
panies, banks and bankers..........................................
Specie............................................................. ...................................
O
ther currency authorized by the law of the U
s
nited States........................
Assets not included in any of the above heads...........................................
Add for cents.........................................................................................

S tem t o
ta en f
c n itio
od n
F . 21, 1 1
eb
99

to

to
I
oo

MECHANICS’ BANK — B r o o k l y n
HARRY M. D eMOTT,
T.

C h arles Jerom e E dw ards,
A -.S e l l e ,
A l v a h M il l e r ,
W . A. P e n d l e t o n ,

F.

[215 Montague street; organized 1852]
DIRECTORS
J o h n V. J e w e l l ,
H. M . D e M o t t ,
M ic h a e l F tjr st,
G e o . C. V a n T u y l ,
J o s e p h W a l k e r , J r .,
J o h n W. F r a s e r ,

J r .,
J o s. J. O ’B r ie n ,
G eorge W. C h au ncey.

RESOURCES

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

WILTON C. DONN,
A n d r e w T . S u l l iv a n ,
A n d r e w D . B a ir d ,
D a n ie l C h a u n c e y ,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Cashier.

F. D . M acK ay,
F red
B oardm an,
Jam es
Jourdan,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

H.
H.

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities.............................................................................................
Private securities...........................................................................................
Real estate owned.............................................................................................
Mortgages owned..............................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured bv bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll...
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..............................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.......................
Overdrafts.........................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers................................................
Specie................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States .......................
Cash items.........................................................................................................
Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets........................
Customers’ liability on acceptances (per contra, see liabilities).......................
Assets not included in any of the above heads................................................
Add for cents.....................................................................................................

$6,865,273
2,227,603
2,060,196
972,136
364,641
6,801,127
7,893,795
1,132
1,122,606
520,894
1,035,720
1,566,213
803,631
5,227
245,648
7

$7,811,452
2,050,852
2,044,971
945,032
389,995
10,860,029
9,248,057
1,575
749,794
501,395
1,749,583
2,184,500
3,495,764
6,871
261,027
8

$12,846,255
1,981,735
2,041,096
938,484
378,256
9,914,404
10,356,016
1,350
800,301
483,625
1,533,034
1,800,188
3,535,827
6,587
289,269
6

$6,703,468
1,540,440
2,003,996
901,770
325,827
12,989,558
10,702,344
2,923
1,058,000
454,299
1,873,584
1,828,917
4,083,673
6,587
232,313
7

Total resources..........................................................................................

$32,485,849

$42,300,905

$46,906,433

$44,707,706

$1,600,000
907,768

$1,600,000
1,018,314

$1,600,000
1,138,811

$1,600,000
1,139,875

2,639,203

3,363,159

2,658,917

2,641,166

83,973

133,326

105,262

143,837

LIABILITIES

Capital..............................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits............................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings banks.............................................................
Due New York State savings and loan associations, credit unions and land
bank...........................................................................................................




R e p o r t o n B a n k s o f D e p o s it a n d D is c o u n t

John H . H allock,
E d.
H o r w il l ,
H orace C. D uV al,

P resid en t.

Deposits by the State of New York.............................................................
Deposits by Superintendent of Banks of the State of New York.................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets...................................................
Deposits otherwise preferred.........................................................................
Due depositors, not preferred...........................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Bills payable................................................................................
. . .
Acceptances of drafts payable at a future date or authorized by commercial
letters of credit........................................................................
. . .
Other liabilities..................................................................................................
Add for cents.....................................................................................................

315,000
89,531
1,685,215

450,000
86,706
1,055,008

30,231,296
262,499
8,645,000

32,337,281
264,187
4,750,000

5,227
139,173
4

6,871
101,985
4

6,587
168,311
4

6,587
233,055
4

$32,485,849

$42,300,905

$46,906,433

$44,707,706

279




350,000
143,236
1,776,009
26,515
27,789,498
241,988
5,750,000

Q uarterly Statem ents

Total liabilities..........................................................................................

300,000
58,341
1,868,809
22,426
24,642,154
218,771

280

M ECH ANICS A N D FARM ERS’ BANK OF ALBAN Y — A l b a n y
ROBERT OLCOTT,
D o n a ld M cC r e d ie ,

[63 State street; organized 1868]

V ic e -P r e s id e n t.
B en j.

W.

DIRECTORS
A rnold,

A.

R obert O lcott

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities.............................................................................................
Private securities...........................................................................................
Real estate owned.............................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral........................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..............................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.......................
Overdrafts.........................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

P a g e S m it h ,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

W m.

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

L.

C ashier.

V is s c h e r .

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$683,084
765,318
21,000

$396,834
760,318
21,000

$545,334
760,318
21,000

$555,084
735,593
21,000

Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States...........................
Cash items.........................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads................................................
Add for cents.....................................................................................................

55,165
1,024,302
305,034
356
274,885
50,900
42,500
11,506
16,794
5

13,065
1,007,059
398,723
42
357,619
52,700
51,700
36,690
21,707
3

12,880
910,631
345,723
287
379,654
49,200
52,108
14,006
17,961
4

12,805
1,039,760
320,523
175
294,102
49,075
59,828
20,220
12,831
2

Total resources...........................................................................................

$3,250,849

$3,117,460

$3,109,106

$3,120,998

LIABILITIES

Capital..............................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits............................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings banks.............................................................
Deposits by the State of New York..............................................................
Deposits by the Superintendent of Banks of the State of New York..........
Due depositors, not preferred...........................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Other liabilities..................................................................................................
Add for cents.....................................................................................................

$250,000
1,066,579

$250,000
1,065,476

$250,000
1,073,713

$250,000
1,058,339

198,731
35,000
10,930
1,588,316
89,383
11,907
3

147,435
35,000
129,216
1,358,390
120,620
11,320
3

180,609
35,000
11,541
1,466,490
76,725
15,024
4

167,707
85,000
7,509
1,487,227
47,565
17,650
1

Total liabilities...........................................................................................

$3,250,849

$3,117,460

$3,109,106

$3,120,998




R e p o r t o n B a n k s op D e p o s it a n d D is c o u n t

resources

ROBERT OLCOTT,

M ERCH ANTS’ BANK OF ROCHESTER
PERCY R. McPHAIL,

P resident.

—

R

ochester

[125 East Main street; organized 1883]

ALBERT S. NEWELL,

Cashier.

DIRECTORS
P ercy

R.

M cP h a il ,

M a r t i n B. H o y t ,
Frank A . W ard,

J o h n C. R o d e n b e c k ,
V. F . W h i t m o r e ,

F r a n c i s S. M a c o m b e r ,
A l b e r t S. N e w e l l ,

resources

$1,532,300
135,940
220,000
236,894
216,191
2,732,010
3,374,115
2,352
720,805
151,793
129,162
91,563
21,545
6
$9,564,676

$1,452,150
131,037
220,000
242,172
235,669
2,827,367
3,732,095
8,339
631,678
264,167
133,980
94,276
29,781
4
$10,002,715

$955,100
125,188
319,725
259,842
250,389
3,339,804
4,108,653
3,652
903,416
238.220
137.220
94,409
28,913
3
$10,764,534

$794,150
104,992
320,000
242,351
248,526
3,538,719
4,490,476
6,455
1,003,048
335,023
147,973
101,276
28,756
4
$11,361,749

$500,000
470,258

$500,000
465,899

$500,000
473,047

$500,000
495,127

65,000

65,000

65,000

65,000

73,896
100,000
7,849,360
46,189
400,000
59,971
2

74,726
100,000
8,380,780
77,471
300,000
38,838
1

41,417
90,000
8,707,098
84,020
700,000
103,949
3

64,285
90,000
8,818,270
90,268
1,100,000
138,796
3

$9,564,676

$10,002,715

$10,764,534

$11,361,749

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

ta t em en t s

281




Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

S

Total liabilities..........................................................................................

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

u ar ter ly

LIABILITIES

Capital..............................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits............................................................
Preferred deposits, vis.:
Due New York State savings banks.............................................................
Due New York State savings and loan associations, credit unions and land
bank...........................................................................................................
Deposits by the State of New York.............................................................
Due depositors, not preferred...........................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Bills payable.....................................................................................................
Other liabilities.................................................................................................
Add for cents....................................................................................................

G e o . H . P e r k in s ,

Q

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
P
ublic securities............................................................................................
Private securities...........................................................................................
Real estate owned.............................................................................................
Mortgages owned..............................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real est. coll.
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..............................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.......................
Overdrafts..............................................................
...
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers................................................
Specie................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States...........................
Cash items........................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads................................................
Add for cents.....................................................................................................
Total resources..........................................................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

C h as. P . Schlegel,
I r v i n g S. R o b e s o n .

M ETROPOLITAN BANK — N e w Y o rk C it y
P resid en t.

[Fourth avenue and 23d street; organized 1905]

AUGUSTUS C. CORBY,

Cashier.

DIRECTORS
B radley L. E aton ,
D a v id F . B u t c h e r ,

H a l e y F is k e ,
W m . M . P e r k in s ,

L . E dmund Z ach er,
C h a s . H. P a t r i c k ,
G il b e r t B . R v y r e s ,

F r e d ’ k H. E c k e r ,
G eo. W . R ogers,
H e n r y O l l e s h e im e r .

RESOURCES

LIABILITIES

Capital.............................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................... ...... .
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings banks.............................................................
Due N. Y. State savings and loan associations, credit unions and land bank
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets...................................................
Due depositors, not preferred..................... ....................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Bills payable........................................................... ..........................................
Acceptances of drafts payable at a future date or authorized by commercial
letters of credit.............................................................................................
Other liabilities.................................................................................................
Add for cents....................................................................................................
Total liabilities...........................................................................................




$6,108,083
1,146,179
878,870

E.

Sto u t,

J. O ’ B r i e n ,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

W i l j a r d E. E d m i s t e r ,
E m il B e r o l z h e im e r ,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

324,175
39,901,025
10,618,944
16
1,407,563
316,808
1,479,860
2,117,085
3,481,857

$5,039,346
1,078,355
855,975
10,000
297,318
31,906,505
15,965,962
255
1,294,894
370,869
1,286,492
3,744,918
3,012,571

$7,757,276
1,358,113
847,813
10,000
254,575
18,772,097
16,127,278

31,509,038
5
$99,289,488

24,784,947
5
$89,648,412

11,589,516
4
$69,968,793

$3,154,150
1,290,395
844,190
10,000
232,800
15,771,325
16,870,733
139
2,263,992
490,246
1,839,099
3,848,176
6,291,657
40,119
2,030,238
6
$54,977,265

$2 , 000,000

$ 2 , 000,000

$2,000,000

$ 2 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0

2,674,185

2,683,179

39,124
1,456,613
27,147,013
574,064
34,000,000

164,250
106,813
3,560,126
29,954,318
390,949
26,000,000

164,250
67,627
883,715
36,781,866
378,762
15,180,000

164,654
80,110
39,920,153
286,522
7,400,000

31,668,121
3
$99,289,488

24,940,933
3
$89,648,412

11,838,385
3
$69,968,793

40,119
2,402,524
4
$54,977,265

2,404,550

2,531,020

1,886,966
447,224
1,838,036
3,013,452
6,066,443

R e p o r t o n B a n k s o f D e p o s it a n d D is c o u n t

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities.............................................................................................
Private securities...........................................................................................
Real estate owned.............................................................................................
Mortgages owned..............................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll. ..
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..............................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.......................
Overdrafts.........................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers................................................
Specie................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States...........................
Cash items........................................................................................................
Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets........................
Customers’ liability on acceptances (per contra, see liabilities).......................
Assets not included in any of the above heads.................................... •
...........
Add for cents....................................................................................................
Total resources..........................................................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

N ew ton
M organ

282

HENRY OLLESHEIMER,

MONTAUK BANK

—

B

rooklyn

[207 Fifth avenue; organized 1907]

J. W E B B N A S H , President.

JA M E S R. V A L E N T IN E , Cashier.

DIRECTORS
T h os. C . H u g h es,

T heo. C. B oenau,
J o h n F. M c C l u n n ,

W m.

L o c k it t ,
J a m e s R , V a l e n t in e ,

F. W . H.

N elson ,
C asper V . G u n th er.

RESOURCES

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

M.

R andall,

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$343,636
28,066
64,250
93,750
45,760
165,580
863,795
42
61,776
7,891
76,438
2,711
13,955
2,682
3

$345,246
28,066
64,250
77,750
53,710
266,738
979,131
710
39,010
6,159
78,502
224
15,258
6,923
4

$1,494,470

$1,720,522

$1,770,335

$1,961,681

$ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0

$ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0

$ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0

$ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0

61,950

53,835

53,946

58,916

19,000

19.000
50.000
1,485,416

19.000
50.000
1,540,355

19.000
50.000
1,719,684

12,270

7,033

14,080

1

1

1

$1,720,522

$1,770,335

$1,961,681

LIABILITIES

Capital..............................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits............................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Deposits by the State of New York..............................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets...................................................
Due depositors, not preferred...........................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Other liabilities..................................................................................................
Add for cents.....................................................................................................

1,295,016
75
17,427
2

Total liabilities...........................................................................................

$1,494,470




1 ,0 0 0

283

10,617
4

$366,681
18,679
64,250
93,750
47,975
127,446
857,614
1,035
54,008
10,331
51,125
4,811
12,358
10,454
5

$273,850
249,856
65,500
100,750
35,725
81,083
551,875
523
40,852
44,484
36,654
2,697

Statem ents

Total resources...........................................................................................

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

H enry

Q uarterly

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities............................................................................................
Private securities...........................................................................................
Real estate owned.............................................................................................
Mortgages owned..............................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll...
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..............................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral........................
Overdrafts.........................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers................................................
Specie................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States...........................
Cash items.........................................................................................................
Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets........................
Assets not included in any of the above heads.................................................
Add for cents....................................................................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

J. W ebb N ash ,

P resid en t.

[Wheeler avenue; organized 1885]

B. H. CARMER,

C ashier.

284:

M OUNT PLEASANT BANK — P le a s a n t v il l e
S. WOOD CORNELL,

DIRECTORS
B. H.

C akm er,

S.

W ood C o r n e ll,

R o b e r t H a v i l a .v d ,
H ow ard R . W ash bu rn ,

Stock and bond investm
ents, viz.:
Public securities..................................................................................
P
rivate securities................................................................................
Real estate owned..................................................................................
M
ortgages ow
ned...................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and m deed or oth real est. coll.. .
tg.,
er
Loans and discounts secu by other collateral.........................................
red
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.....................
Overdrafts.............................................................................................
Due from trust com
panies, banks and bankers..........................................
Specie.......................................................... ........................................
O
ther currency authorized by the law of the U
s
nited States........................
Cash item
s.
......................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads...........................................
Add for cents.........................................................................................
Total resources................................................................................
LIAB
ILITIES
Capital.................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits.....................................................
P
referred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings and loan associations, cred u ion and lan
it n s
d
bank..............................................................................................
D
eposits by the State of New York......................................................
Due denositors, not preferred..................................................................
O
ther liabilities......................................................................................
Add for cents........................................................................................
Total liabilities................................................................................




H enry

L.

H unter,

A lfred R o m er,

S tem n o
ta e t f
c n itio
od n
N 1, 11
ov. 2 9 9

S tem n o
ta e t f
c n itio
od n
F b 21, 1 1
e.
99

S tem n o
ta e t f
c n itio
od n
J n 30, 1919
ue

S tem t o
ta en f
c n itio
od n
Sp 1, 11
e t. 2 9 9

$366,630
172,095
31,000
225,425
5,950
93,474
124,302
22
43,259
6,498
8,900
597
12,637
6

$424,335
169,593
31,000
227,245
7,750
111,789
134,939
435
75,305
6,295
20,350
357
9,460
6

$398,865
208,393
31,000
248,980
7,250
137,501
122,661
132
86,111
10,288
16,400
15,873
3

$405,539
208,393
31,000
266,880
7,250
142,227
125,952
262
151,828
9,699
17,750
214
16,737
3

$1,090,795

$1,218,859

$1,283,457

$1,383,734

$50,000
42,031

$50,000
42,846

$50,000
44,587

$50,000
48,393

1,102
21,500
14,500
957,407
4,252

664
21,500
11,000
1,091,955
893

1,876
19,000

1,875
19,000

1,161,806
6,186

1,253,327
11,137

3

1

2

2

$1,090,795

$1,218,859

$1,283,457

$1,383,734

R e p o r t o n B a n k s o f D e p o s it a n d D is c o u n t

resources

D a n i e l P. H a y s ,
W m. W . W eed.

M UNICIPAL BAN K — B r o o k l y n
SHEPARD J. GOLDBERG,

P resid en t.

[1783 Pitkin avenue; organized 1919]

FRANK A. GALLAGHER,

Cashier.

DIRECTORS
St e p h e n C a p l in ,
S im o n G a s n e r ,

Sh e p a r d J. G o ld b e r g ,
J u l iu s J o s e p h s o n ,

A lexander K an ter,
S im o n H . K u g e l ,

RESOURCES

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................
Private securities..................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.....................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral
Overdrafts................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers.......................
Specie.......................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States. .
Cash items...............................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads........................
Add for cents...........................................................................

D a v id S h a p ir o ,
H e y m a n S h a p ir o ,

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

H e r m a n T r ie b it z ,
M o r r is W e in b e r g .

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

S im o n S h a p ir o ,

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

215,675
463,458
2,623
371,683
3,959
126,190
94,347
21,537
3

121,600
1,095,170
14,993
208,444
8,272
126,393
49,553
23,036
3

$1,436,112

$1,865,294

Capital.....................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits...................................
Due depositors, not preferred..................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers...........................
Other liabilities........................................................................
Add for cents...........................................................................

$200,000
102,362
1,086,575
25,000
22,174
1

$200,000

87,188
1,540,144
25,126
12,835
1

Total liabilities.................................................................

$1,436,112

$1,865,294

Total resources.................................................................

1 0 ,2 0 0

LIABILITIES

285




Q uarterly Statem ents

10,200

$144,478
8,152
55,000

$71,437
55,000

R ic h a r d D e l a f ie l d ,
I s a d o r e Sa k s ,

P resid en t.

O tto

C. W .

M.

E id l it z ,
L uyster,

[49-51 West 33d street; organized 1890]
DIRECTORS
J o s e p h H. E m e r y ,
A. P. W .
J o h n C. V a n C l e a f ,
T h o s . F.

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities.............................................................................................
Private securities...........................................................................................
Real estate owned.............................................................................................
Mortgages owned..............................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll.. .
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..............................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.......................
Overdrafts.........................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States...........................
Cash items.........................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads.................................................
Add for cents.....................................................................................................
Total resources...........................................................................................
LIABILITIES

C h a r l e s S. M c V e i g h ,
H u g h N. K i r k l a n d .

C h as.

A.

C a sh ier.

Sa c r e t t ,

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

$1,606,318
405,397
485,631
50,275
124,342
4,301,019
3,204,900
579
242,968
81,673
40,812
195,683
1,495,611
28,888
6
$12,264,102

$1,371,860
386,328
485,631
50,275
117,300
6,209,162
2,709,733
5,562
329,587
133,772
40,269
247,241
1,839,855
56,644
5
$13,983,224

$1,426,642
229,621
485,631
50,275
113,800
5,029,786
4,032,848
4,375
412,839
191,156
116,000
343,687
1,792,166
471,082
5
$14,699,893

$1,222,533
229,621
485,631
50,250
113,800
5,834,289
4,037,292
4,232
223,765
153,174
88,810
580,127
2,332,103
353,211
6
$15,708,844

$200,000
560,315

$200,000
608,248

$200,000
623,246

$200,000
630,342

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

Capital...............................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits............................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings banks.............................................................
Due New York State savings and loan associations, credit unions and land
bank...........................................................................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets...................................................
Due depositors, not preferred...........................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Bills payable......................................................................................................

198,290

212,001

210,750

210,877

863
366,215
10,235,173
1,363
575,000

778
218,254
11,940,425
2,327
700,000

Other liabilities..................................................................................................
Add for cents.....................................................................................................
Total liabilities...........................................................................................

126,879
4
$12,264,102

101,189
2
$13,983,224

773
137,204
11,920,022
1,082
920,000
136,500
550,314
2
$14,699,893

757
35,135
13,116,178
2,231
940.000
132.000
441 321
3
$15,70^,844




R e p o r t o n B a n k s o f D e p o s it a n d D is c o u n t

RESOURCES

K in n a n ,
V ie t o r ,

HUGH N. KIRKLAND,

286

TH E M UTUAL BANK — N e w Y o r k C it y
CHARLES A. SACKETT,

THE NASSAU UNION BANK
RICHARD DOWNING,
J . K. O. S h e r w o o d ,
C h e s t e r W . C h a p in ,

P resid en t.

E d w a r d E. C r a f t ,
T o w n s e n d F. B a i l e y ,
J a m e s H. C o c k s ,

— G len

C ove

[Glen street; organized 1903]
DIRECTORS

A. B u r n s i d e C h e s h i r e ,
J oseph R o ll,
E d w a r d M. U n d e r h il l ,

R ic h a r d D o w n in g ,
R obert K oh ler,
W m . H. M i t c h e l l .

RESOURCES

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities............................................................................................
Private securities.......................................................................................
Real estate owned.............................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral........................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..............................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.......................
Overdrafts.........................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers................................................
Specie................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States...........................
Cash items.........................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads................................................
Add for cents.....................................................................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

H. G. HAYWARD,
A l f r e d C. C h a p i n ,
Ja m e s Sh e v l in ,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Cashier.

W m , R. M e n e e l t ,
R o bert C . M eserole,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$237,500
522,944
14,000

$235,500
512,756
14,000

6,455
36,224
208,482
124
109,829
14,169
43,471
1,908
24.294
3

13,335
29,059
198,876
121
186,948
2,904
40,321
2,874
42,159
2

13,435
198,991
129,073
36
229,417
4,518
60,049
969
24,602
3

13 335
189,816
175,424

$1,250,134

$1,251,230

$1,435,537

$1,394,178

Capital..............................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits............................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Deposits by the State of New York.............................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets...................................................
Due depositors, not preferred...........................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Other liabilities..................................................................................................
Add for cents.....................................................................................................

$100,000
106,801

$100,000
104,342

$100,000
110,546

$100,000
97,357

32,500
12,000
991,285
297
7,250
1

32,500
10,000
997,615
3,831
2,940
2

29,000
29,000
1,160,853

29,000
1,158,338

6,137
1

9,481
2

Total liabilities..........................................................................................

$1,250,134

$1,251,230

$1,435,537

$1,394,178

Total resources..........................................................................................

177,052
3,740
49,259
2,937
20,357
2

LIABILITIES




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d
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w
d
W
d

287

$197,500
523,131
14,000

Statem ents

$267,500
523,675
14,000

P resid en t.

John P. M u nn ,
W il l ia m B ia n c h i,

E d w . D. F l a n n e b y ,
Johannes A n derson ,
C h a s . M . F l e is c h m a n n ,

[41 West 34th street; organized 1907]

CURTIS J. BEARD,

288

N E W N E T H E R L A N D BANK OF NEW YORK — N e w Y o r k C it y
W. F. H. KOELSCH,

Cashier.

DIRECTORS
U d o M . F l e is c h m a n n ,
P a u l A . Sa l e m b ie b ,
C h as. R . H en sch el,

W m . H. S e a i C h ,
C h as. E . L otte,
M ark Cow en,

Stock and bond investments, viz. :
Public securities....................................................................
Private securities..................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.....................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral
Overdrafts................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers.......................
Specie.......................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States. .
Cash items................................................................................
Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets.
Customers’ liability on acceptance (per contra, see liabilities).
Assets not included in any of the above heads........................
Add for cents............................................................................
Total resources..................................................................
LIABILITIES

Capital..............................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits............................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings banks.............................................................
Due N. Y. State savings and loan associations, credit unions and land bank
Deposits by the State of New York.............................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets...................................................
Due depositors, not preferred............................................................................
Bills payable......................................................................................................
Rediscounts.......................................................................................................
Ac’t’ces of drafts p’y’ble at a future date or auth’d by com’l letters of credit
Other liabilities..................................................................................................
Add for cents.....................................................................................................
Total liabilities...........................................................................................




Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

$1,112,203
436,220
5,152
57,736
2,197,063
1,557,927
2,673
160,256
58,412
158,035
207,365
933,178
36,505
18,415
7
$6,941,147

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

$1,236,599
457,108
5,194
59,988
1,703,772
4,256,808
652
405,648
46,400
108,806
331,608
1,222,598
212,145
36,980

V /. F .

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

$914,262
432,742
7,311
57,870
2,537,297
5,074,595
975
233,519
129,001
10 0 ,0 0 0

H.

K oelsch ,
O. G odfreyB eck er,

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$278,349
431,743
54,569
2,121,383
6,173,865
3,070
472,169
45,016
145,600
441,146
1,632,405
749,086
18,516

$10,084,312

385,792
1,514,522
209,013
23,888
6
$11,620,793

$12,566,923

$200,000

195,051

$300,000
319,073

$300,000
329,533

$600,000
663,872

269
5,096
48,000
341.000
5,206,998
415.000
435,250
36,505
57,975
3
$6,941,147

269
1,824
65,000
6,000
6,711,921
1,300,000
1,118,057
212,145
50,019
4
$10,084,312

1,964
55,000
115.000
7,971,299
915.000
1,643,073
209,013
80,908
3
$11,620,793

5,131
100,000
63,218
8,760,555
250,000
1,286,528
749,086
88,530
3
$12,566,923

6

6

R e p o r t on B a n k s o f D e p o s it a n d D is c o u n t

RESOURCES

W yllys T erby,
C u r t is J. B e a r d ,
A . P o r t f o l io .

N EW YORK PRODUCE EXCHANGE BANK
G A T ES W . M cG A R R A H , President.
John

E.

B e r w in d ,

O

A m brose G . T od d ,
G a t e s W . M cG a r r a h ,

W
John J Ic IIdch ,

THOMAS B. NICHOLS,
W

J o se t h S. H o u s e ,

m.

Cashier.

II, C h i l d s

C h a r l e s S. S a r g e n t , J h.

RESOURCES

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

$4,256,892
1,025,260
620,000
53,600
164,250
13,315,963
4,171,415
12,804
1,991,603
1,413,158
975,189
2,175,806
747,013
400,167
800.799
3
$32,123,922

$2,457,607
986,554
620,000
52,300
144,500
15,691,782
4,609,038
16,766
2,077,765
1,031,292
1,225,384
2,514,165
1,071,429
35,034
433,526
4
$32,967,146

$3,908,274
1,238,449
620,000
50,900
136,500
15,238,307
4,045,805
6,431
2,121,553
1,241,598
1,370,185
2,524,877
793,251
53,645
789,560
2
$34,139,337

$1,867,861
784,470
620,000
49,500
118,000
19,896,524
3,017,746
5,071
2,170,283
1,486,513
1,497,684
2,637,594
338,075
114,424
940,241
4
$35,543,990

$1,000,000
1,242,663

$ 1,000,000
1,346,707

$1,000,000
1,328,861

$1,000,000
1,351,526

87,306
24,079
100,000
864,000
28,063,424
193,238
400,167
149,042

89,611
15,275
75,000
50,000
29,972,279
277,976
35,328
104,967

91,409
11,496
60,000
909,826
30,167,273
303,530
53,645
213,294

82,850
4,912
100,000
344,028
32,116,947
182,193
114,624
246,907

3

3

3

$32,967,146

$34,139,337

$35,543,990

289

3

$32,123,922

Statem ents

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

Q uarterly

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities............................................................................................
Private securities..........................................................................................
Real estate owned.............................................................................................
Mortgages owned..............................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll.
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..............................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.......................
Overdrafts.........................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers................................................
Specie................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States...........................
Cash items.........................................................................................................
Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets........................
Customers’ liability on acceptances (per contra, see liabilities).......................
Assets not included in anv of the above heads................................................
Add for cents.....................................................................................................
Total resources..........................................................................................
LIABILITIES
Capital..............................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits............................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings banks.............................................................
Due New York State sav. and loan ass’ns, credit unions and land bank. . . .
Deposits by the State of New York.............................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets...................................................
Due depositors, not preferred...........................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Ac’t ’ces of drafts p’y ’ble at a future date or auth’d by com’l letters of credit. .
Other liabilities.................................................................................................
Add for cents.....................................................................................................
Total liabilities..........................................................................................




N ew' Y o rk C it y

[10-12 Broadway; organized 1883]
DIRECTORS
alter C. H ubbard,
J o h n R. W o o d ,

P resid en t.

— N ew

R ochelle

[4 North avenue; organized 1910]

J. W. SPALDING,

C ash ier.

290

N O RTH AVENUE BANK OF NEW ROCHELLE
HARRY E. COLWELL,

D IR E C T O R S
F r e d 'k H . Se a c o r d ,
C h a s . F . S t e h l in ,

H arry E. C o lw ell,
D o m in ic k G ir a r d i,

T heo. W ulp,
J. A l b e r t M a h l s t e d t ,

R o b e r t J . C oo > r , J r .,
e
C h a r l e s W . S. W il s o n ,

C h as. A . C ole,
J. W . S p a l d in g ,

Statement of
condition
30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

June

Statement, of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$ 6 8 9 ,6 4 0

$ 8 2 3 ,3 5 3

$ 9 5 2 ,6 0 5

$ 9 9 8 ,3 0 3

Capital...............................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits............................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings banks.............................................................
Deposits by the State of New York..............................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets...................................................
Due depositors, not preferred............................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Other liabilities..................................................................................................
Add for cents.....................................................................................................

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0
2 8 ,5 4 2

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0
2 7 ,5 8 6

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0
3 0 ,1 3 8

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0
3 3 ,2 0 0

1 ,6 0 3
1 7 ,0 0 0
1 8 ,5 6 8
5 5 1 ,5 1 8
1 4 ,6 6 3
7 ,7 4 3

8 ,4 5 2
1 7 ,0 0 0
1 ,4 1 8
7 0 7 ,8 9 4
1 ,7 0 7

7 ,6 5 5
1 7 ,0 0 0
5 2 ,4 1 1
7 7 2 ,6 3 4
1 3 ,0 4 8

9,294

3

2

9,716
3

7 ,6 8 7
1 7 ,0 0 0
1 ,4 1 1
8 7 7 ,4 7 8
1 ,1 5 9
1 0 ,3 6 5

Total liabilities...........................................................................................

$ 6 8 9 ,6 4 0

$ 8 2 3 ,3 5 3

$ 9 5 2 ,6 0 5

LIABILITIES




3
$ 9 9 8 ,3 0 3

D is c o u n t

Total resources...........................................................................................

and

$ 3 1 4 ,5 4 9
1 2 1 ,1 11
1 0 ,8 0 0
2 7 ,1 0 0
1 1 ,3 0 0
2 0 6 ,3 4 5
2 2 4 ,4 4 1
■ 88
4 8 ,0 0 7
8 ,7 0 9
1 5 ,5 4 6
5 ,7 2 2
4 ,5 8 1
4

D e p o s it

$ 2 7 5 ,4 1 3
1 2 9 ,7 6 2
1 0 ,8 0 0
1 6 ,5 0 0
1 2 ,5 0 0
2 3 4 ,8 5 8
1 7 8 ,8 9 6
176
6 8 ,7 9 5
1 0 ,0 0 0
7 ,4 1 4
2 ,8 7 4
4 ,6 1 4
3

of

$ 2 3 9 ,6 5 4
8 9 ,5 7 0
1 0 ,8 0 0
1 0 ,5 0 0
1 2 ,5 0 0
2 2 1 ,9 8 0
1 4 3 ,5 6 0
209
5 9 ,1 4 8
2 4 ,0 2 0
2 ,3 6 7
3 ,9 2 0
5 ,1 2 1
4

B anks

$ 3 2 4 ,9 7 7
9 0 ,5 9 0
1 0 ,8 0 0
6 ,0 0 0
1 9 ,3 0 0
4 0 ,1 2 0
1 1 1 ,4 2 5
25
6 3 ,8 8 2
9 ,4 4 9
5 ,1 7 6
1 ,9 8 6
5 ,9 0 7
3

on

Stock and bond investments, viz. :
Public securities.............................................................................................
Private securities...........................................................................................
Real estate owned..............................................................................................
Mortgages owned..............................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll.
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..............................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.......................
Overdrafts.........................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers................................................
Specie.................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States...........................
Cash item s.........................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads.................................................
Add for cents.....................................................................................................

R eport

RESOURCES

G erard H . B lum e,
S id n e y W . G o l d s m it h .

NORTHERN
E D W I N L A T H A M , President.

W ESTC H ESTER

BANK

—

K atonah

E D W A R D M . F IE L D E R , Cashier.

[Organized 1918]
D IR E C T O R S

D e W it t B e n e d ic t ,

C h as. E. H aydock,

F e r d . T . H o p k i n s , J r .,
A . G. M cP h a il ,

J.

RESOURCES

J.

Z. M a i n e ,
F r a n k l in R y a n .

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

F . B . S t u d w e l i .,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

E d w in L a t h a m ,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$6,931
70,081
73,912
34,185
8,126
7,383
1,368
1,781
13,434
4,852
4

$6,231
76,816
94,833
45,585
7,821
5,860
1,139
3,548
14,054
6,919
4

$5,731
79,519
151,209
34,458
18,399
6,544
1,356
6.629
24,396
9.629
3

Total resources...................................................................................
LIABILITIES
Capital.........................................................................
...........................
Surplus, including all undivided profits............................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.: Other deposits secured by pledge of assets . . .
Due denositors, not preferred...........................................................................
...............................................
Other liabilities
Add for cents...................................................

$166,636

$222,057

$262,810

$337,873

$50,000
25,295

$50,000
26,460

90,943
397
1

145,085
512

$50,000
26,978
6,696
178,185
950
1

$50,000
27,831
14,195
244,896
950
1

Total liabilities..........................................................................................

$166,636

$222,057

$262,810

$337,873

291




Statem ents

$1,950
58,361
50,306
30,895
4,828
4,018
1,707
2,928
5,835
5,803
5

Q uarterly

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities..........................................................................................
Private securities...........................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..............................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.......................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers................................................
Specie................................................................... .......................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States...........................
Cash items.................................................................
................
Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets........................
Assets not included in any of the above heads................................................
Add for cents........................................

H.

292

NORTH SHORE BANK — O y ste r B a y
WILBUR F. JOHNSON,

P resid en t.

[South street; organized 1907]

CLAUDE A. CLEWER,

Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S
J. F . B e r m in g h a m ,
H e r b e r t G. V a il ,
R o b e r t C. W i n m i l l ,

C h a s . A . S m it h ,
I r v in g F . B a r n e s ,
R obert Seam an,

C . C h e st e r P a in t e r ,
Jo h n M il l e r ,
B e n j a m in W . D o w n in g .

RESOU RCES

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
S e p t . 12, 1919

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
N o v . 12, 1919

$845,772

$858,367

$841,666

Capital..............................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits............................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.: Other deposits secured by pledge of assets..............
Due depositors, not preferred...........................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Rediscounts.......................................................................................................
Other liabilities................................................................. ' .............................
Add for cents.................................................... ■ ..............................................

$25,000
26,897
422
722,395

$25,000
28,765
39,392
749,645

$25,000
31,704
27,389
772,426

14,857

2,968

1,846

$25,000
31,705
24,807
700,240
2,378
55,000
2,534

2

2

2

2

Total liabilities..........................................................................................

* 7 8 9 .5 7 3

* 8 4 5 .7 7 2

$858,367

$841,666

204
32,776

L IA B IL IT IE S




D is c o u n 1

$789,573

Total resources..........................................................................................

2 0 ,0 0 0

and

$105,099
64,095
26,007
39,788
63,022
365,945
36
124,142
2,610
23,000
316
27,601
5

D e p o s it

$132,929
64,095
23,700
40,489
62,881
400,408
61
71,139
2,169
32,000
1,468
27,024
4

of

2

$118,769
68,965
28,200
45,130
74,592
344,759
96
99,035
1,191
32,000
3,869
29,163
3

B anks

$187,799
68,965
31,700
24,495
55,424
298,657
77
66,906
2,568

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
J u n e 3 0 , 1 91 9

P e t e r W a t e r s , J r .,
H. A. U t e r h a r t ,

ox

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities.............................................................................................
Private securities...........................................................................................
Mortgages owned..............................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll.
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..............................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.......................
Overdrafts.........................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers................................................
Specie................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States...........................
Cash item s........................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads................................................
Add for cents....................................................................................................

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
F e b . 2 1, 1 91 9

A n drew Sn o u d er,
F r a n c is X . M o o r e ,

R eport

W il b u b F . J o h n s o n
u r n s id e C h e s h ir e ,

A. B

H

NORTH
TALL E. BONNER,

S ID H

BANK

OF

B R O O K LYN

—

B rooklyn

[225-227 Havemeyer street; organized 1889]

P resid en t.

HENRY BILLMAN,

Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S
A n d r e w T . B a ir d ,
W m . M . T o b ia s ,

P aul E. B onner,
T h o s . V. P a t t e r s o n ,

T . W il l a r d K i l e y ,
H enry D o sch er,

R a l p h H . T ie b o u t ,
E d w a r d M cG a r v e y ,

RESOU RCES

S t a te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
F e b . 2 1 , 1910

W alter H . G ah agan,
D a n ie l C a n t y ,

S ta te m e n t of
c o n d it i o n
J u n e 3 0 , 1 91 9

S t a te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
S e p t . 12, 1 91 9

1 ,0 7 3 ,0 9 8
7

$445,159
347,143
111,500
67,000
142,900
2,622,421
1,907,234
581,260
115,736
469,650
533,585
45,763
7 012
52,450

$ 7 ,5 1 0 ,3 4 9

$ 7 ,4 3 7 ,2 3 8

$ 6 ,9 2 8 ,6 9 8

$7,448,819

$ 2 0 0 ,0 0 0
2 2 0 ,1 2 7

$ 2 0 0 ,0 0 0
2 3 3 ,1 1 2

$ 2 0 0 ,0 0 0
2 4 4 ,2 5 3

$200,000

3 6 3 ,9 8 9
3 2 .0 0 0
1 8 .0 0 0
2 8 3 ,9 1 0
1 1 ,4 7 9
5 ,4 5 8 ,5 4 2
600

3 9 4 ,6 9 6
3 2 .0 0 0
4 3 .0 0 0
5 5 2 ,7 1 6
2 4 ,8 4 1
4 ,8 9 0 ,5 0 7
897

9 2 1 ,6 9 9
3

1 ,0 6 5 ,4 6 6

3

3 8 9 ,9 2 4
3 2 .0 0 0
4 3 .0 0 0
2 0 6 ,0 4 8
4 0 ,0 2 0
5 .3 1 0 ,8 4 8
1 ,3 7 0
4 0 0 ,0 0 0
654
6 0 ,5 7 6
5

$ 7 ,5 1 0 ,3 4 9

$ 7 ,4 3 7 ,2 3 8

$ 6 ,9 2 8 ,6 9 8

$ 4 1 5 ,5 0 2
3 0 4 ,8 7 0
1 1 1 ,5 0 0
6 8 ,3 0 0
1 1 2 ,7 1 4
2 ,4 5 4 ,9 9 3
1 ,6 4 3 ,1 2 0
5 1 1 ,3 0 2
1 4 2 ,3 8 2
3 3 4 ,9 7 5
2 2 5 ,1 9 4
3 8 ,2 8 1

9 1 8 ,5 8 7
5

287,154
341,109
32.000
43.000
238,573
37,362
5,823,656
774
400,000
7,012
58,176
3
$7,448,819

293




Statem ent of
con dition
N ov . 12, 1910

$ 4 8 3 ,8 0 4
3 7 3 ,8 6 2
1 1 1 ,5 0 0
6 7 ,0 0 0
1 5 8 ,0 1 1
2 ,9 3 2 ,6 7 1
1 ,5 0 6 ,6 7 3
4 2 7 ,6 7 1
9 7 ,6 5 8
2 9 2 ,4 0 0
3 8 2 ,8 1 3
4 6 ,4 7 6
654
4 7 ,5 0 0
5

$ 8 0 9 ,5 9 9
2 3 5 ,5 1 0
1 1 1 .5 0 0
2 4 ,8 0 0
9 9 ,8 2 5
1 ,7 7 7 ,6 2 4
1 ,8 3 4 ,3 8 7
7 7 2 ,0 2 2
1 2 6 ,7 0 8
2 9 8 .5 0 0
4 5 7 ,0 3 5
4 6 ,2 4 9

L IA B IL IT IE S

Capital..............................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits............................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings banks.............................................................
Deposits by the State of New York.............................................................
Denosits by the Superintendent of Banks of the State of New York...........
Other deposits' secured by pledge of assets...................................................
Deposits otherwise preferred........................................................................
Due depositors, not preferred...........................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers.................................. .................
Rediscounts ...................................................................................................
Ac’ptances of drafts payable at a future date or auth’d by com’l letters of credit
Other liabilities.................................................................................................
Add for cents....................................................................................................
Total liabilities..........................................................................................

D a n i e l J. L e a r y ,
C h a s . J. S a m u e l .

Q uarterly- S t a t e m e n t s

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities............................................................................................
Private securities.........................................................................................
Real estate owned............................................................................................
Mortgages owned..............................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll.
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..............................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.......................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers................................... ............
Specie..............................................................
..................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States...........................
Cash items.............................................................
..................................
Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets........................
Customers’ liability on acceptances (per contra, see liabilities).......................
Assets not included in any of the above heads.................................................
Add for cents....................................................................................................
Total resources..........................................................................................

H e n r y B il l m a n ,
Sam uel M. M eek er,

6

294

TH E NORTHYILLE BANK — N o r t h v il l e
GEORGE N. BROWN,

P resid en t.

[Main street; organized 1895]

BURDETT EGLIN,

C ashier.

D IR E C T O R S
N. B

ro w n

,

B u r d e t t E u l in ,

C arl L. F ry,
W ii. H a r r is ,
G eo. E. V an A rnam .

RESOU RCES

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
F e b . 2 1, 1919

J o h n A . W il l a r d ,

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
J u n e 3 0, 1 9 1 9

W .m . H . M o s h e r ,

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
S e p t . 12, 1 91 9

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
N o v . 12, 1 9 1 9

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities........................
Private securities.......................
Real estate owned.........................

$93,570
106,416
10,000

$122,908
112,001
10,000

$100,249
112,001
10,000

$114,994
108,216
10,000

collateral.................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.......................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.
Overdrafts..................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers.........................
Specie.........................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States. . .
Assets not included in any of the above heads.........................
Add for cents.............................................................................

22,800
148,346
227,018
159
28,213
3,580
10,486
4,412
2

17,100
205,795
195,243
108
24,509
6,007
11,600
5,062
3

18,464
211,274
206,933
42
48,526
5,359
15,500
6,900
3

18,385
136,592
223,713
92
90,886
1,990
18,234
5,131
5

$655,002

$710,336

$735,251

$728,238

$30,000
81,284
491,532
185
50,000
2,000
1

$30,000
80,937
593,108
350

$30,000
82,543
618,789
1,219

$30,000
84,973
608,378
385

5,939
2

2,700

4 ,5 0 0
2

$655,002

$710,336

$735,251

$728,238

Total resources.........................................
L IA B IL IT IE S

Capital............................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits..........
Due depositors, not preferred.........................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers. .
Bills payable...................................................
Other liabilities...............................................
Add for cents..................................................
Total liabilities.




R e p o r t o n B a n k s o f D e p o s it a n d D is c o u n t

G eorge

OGDENSBURG BANK — O gdensbubg
[63 Ford street; organized 1879]

T H O M A S S P R A T T , Vice-Preddenl.
S.\Mirisi, W . L

h oma . « » ,

T

hos.

S i’ k a t t .

D IR E C T O R S
John T . H a n n a n .

RESOU RCES

Total resources..........................................................................................

F
S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
F e b . 12, 1 91 9

rank

C. C

hapman,

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
J u n e 3 0 , 1 91 9

E

dward

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
S e p t . 12, 191 9

L. Kt r o n o .

S t a te m e n t o f
c o n d it io n
N o v . 12, 1919

$400,750
190’318
25,500
1,640
52,077
193,404
6 4 4 ’364
1,070
292',342
2,819
16,205
6,153
4,008
5

$268,450
167,268
25,500
3,523
52,521
191,379
699'867
1,490
380,919
3,398
18'737
12'281
5,5 3 8
4

$278,100
172,087
25,500
l'4 4 0
48,059
293,362
713'348
6,075
387,665
3,998
22,519
3,199
4 ,5 6 4
4

$194,250
169,207
25,500
1,380
42,835
345,054
737,860
7,322
103,591
3,446
25,673
9,182
4,414
5

$1,830,655

$1,830,875

$1,959,918

$1,069,719

L IA B IL IT IE S

Capital..............................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits............................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings banks.............................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets...................................................
Due depositors, not preferred...........................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Other liabilities.....................................................................
..................
Add for cents....................................................................................................

$200,000
171,746

$200,000
178,473

$200,000
178,789

$200,000
181,288

9,233
69,632
1,350,855
24,039
5,146
4

17,810
24,668
1.396,252
3,456
10,213
3

13,154
41,699
1,481,503
33,170
11,601
2

10,304
32,493
1,220,511
11,501
13,638
4

Total liabilities..........................................................................................

$1,830,655

$1,830,875

$1,959,918

Q uarterla- S ta te m e n ts

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities............................................................................................
Private securities...........................................................................................
Real estate owned.............................................................................................
Mortgages owned..............................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coil.
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..............................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.......................
Overdrafts.........................................................................................................
.........
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers..............................
Specie................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States...........................
Cash item s........................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads.................................................
Add for cents................................................................
.
.

S A M U E L W . L E O N A R D , Cashier.

$1,689,719

295




^96

OSBORNE BANK — E a s t H a m p t o n
CHARLES W. OSBORNE,

[Organized 1917]

P resid en t.

NATHAN N. TIFFANY,

Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S
C h arles

W. O sbo rn e,

N elson

C. O s b o r n e ,

Sam uel
N athan

A. G

regory,
N . T if f a n y ,

A u s t in

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
F e b . 2 1 , 1 919

S ta te m e n t of
c o n d it i o n
J u n e 3 0 , 1 91 9

RESOU RCES

ulver

,

Jam es

S ta te m e n t of
c o n d it i o n
S e p t . 12, 1 919

H. M

ulford

,

S ta te m e n t, o f
c o n d it i o n
N o v . 12, 1919

4,000
14,247
117;525
105
22,167
860
13,306
12,452
3

7,000
13,257
121i 257
150
105,312
1,147
11,180
11,998
4

7,000
11,135
128,663
399
41,458
1,145
13,530
12,792
4

$481,530

$510,130

$624,684

$609,177

Capital..............................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits...........................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.: Deposits by the State of New York........................
Deposits otherwise preferred........................................................................
Due depositors, not preferred...........................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Bills payable.....................................................................................................
Other liabilities........................................................................................................
Add for cents...............................................
...

$ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0
33,961
24 \500

$ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0
35,727
24,500

$ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0
35,838

$ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0
38,101

2 2 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0

2 2 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0

318,940
2,050

313,032
1,114
30,000
5,757

462,048
23

440,062
2,363

3,773
' 2

5,649

Total liabilities.................................................................................................

$481,530

$624,684

$809,177

Total resources..........................................................................................
L IA B IL IT IE S




2,078
1

$510,130

9

D is c o u n t

4,000
6,590
103,996
13
13,038
879
11,135
11,303
4

a n d

$136,851
141,032
22 213
92 >55

D e p o s it

$120,444
136,169
22,213
74,555

o f

$101,174
132,323
22,213
69,755

B a n k s

$89,338
158,266
22,213
60,755

o n

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
.........
......................
.......
Public securities. . . .
Private securities.........................................................................................
Real estate owned........................................................................................
Mortgages owned............................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral........................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..............................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.......................
Overdrafts.........................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers................................................
Specie.................. ...........................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States...........................
Assets not included in any of the above heads................................................
Add for cents....................................................................................................

H. C

R e po rt

J o h n D. St o k e s ,
H erbert N . E dw ard s.

OYSTER BAY BANK — O y s t e r B at
10. M O R G A N G I U F F I N , P resident.

[Audroy avenue; organized 1890]

E D W A R D F. C H E S H I R E , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S
G e >. W . F a l l e n ,
A m o s J. P h i p p s ,

C h as. H . B a y le . ,
s
Sam uel Y. B ayles,

W m . M . D e a n , J n .,
E . M o r g a n G r if f in ,

E r n e s t K . H u t c h in s o n ,
E l is h a N . H u t c h in s o n ,

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

G ed. B. P o w ers,
E dw ard A . H egem an.

A lh eh t C h e s h ir e ,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

$132,870
321,782
25,000
61,450

$109,407
320,753
33,559
75,300

$109,407
327,455
33,559
76,800

$89,346
350,316
33,459
76,800

11,700
107,069
124,093
47,886
4,237
31,421
943
75,493
236,933
4

11,327
157,998
167,970
126,908
6,313
41,507
7,769
80,320
111,412
6

10,950
158,848
130,208
49,020
7,360
23,304
3,291
79,999
202,995
5

10,477
222,382
122,062
70,856
6,892
33,966
1,654
80,000
159,187
4

Total resources..........................................................................................
LIABILITIES
Capital..............................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits............................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.: Other deposits secured by pledge of assets..............
Due depositors, not preferred...........................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers
.........................
Other liabilities..................................................................................................
Add for cents.....................................................................................................

$1,180,881

$1,250,549

$1,213,201

$1,257,401

$50,000
67,672
126,387
933,481

$50,000
73,837
54,403
1,030,618

3,340

$50,000
71,142
77,048
1,049,105
927
2,326

4,341

$50,000
77,775
47,016
1,075,414
2,272
4,922

1

1

2

2

Total liabilities...........................................................................................

$1,180,881

$1,250,549

$1,213,201

$1,257/101

RESOURCES

u a r t e r l y

'
S
t a t e m e n t s

297




Q

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities............................................................................................
Private securities...........................................................................................
Real estate owned.............................................................................................
Mortgages owned..............................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral........................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..............................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.......................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers................................................
Specie................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States...........................
Cash items.........................................................................................................
Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets........................
Assets not included in any of the above heads................................................
Add for cents.....................................................................................................

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

H erm an W. H oops,
W i l l i a m H. B r o w n i n g ,
W . H. B e n n e t t ,

P A C IF IC

BANK

—

N e w

Y ork

C it y

[470 Broadway; organized 1869]

P resid en t.
W m . S k in n e r ,
C a r l V ie t o r ,
L e w i s L. C l a r k e ,

D IR E C T O R S
J n o . F. D e g e n e r ,
Jam es W . C ro m w ell,
F. C. B u s w e l l ,
Jo h n T. T e r r y ,
W il l ia m R . R o s e ,
O. H. C

heney

,

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities.............................................................................................
Private securities...........................................................................................
Peal estate owned.............................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral..............................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.......................
Overdrafts.........................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers................................................
Specie................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States...........................
Cash items.........................................................................................................
Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets........................
Customers’ liability on acceptances (per contra, see liabilities).......................
Assets not included in any of the above heads................................................
Add for cents.....................................................................................................
Total resources...........................................................................................

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
F e b . 2 1, 1 91 9

D a n ie l
F r a n c is

a l b p .i d g e

,

G. T e n n e y ,
R. M a s t e r s ,

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
J u n e 30, 1919

A ss t. C ashier.

G eo. L ego,
J a s . A. S m i t h ,
T h e o d o r e H. B a n k s .

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
S e p t . 12, 1 9 1 9

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
N o v . 12, 1 91 9

$1,671,976
4,600
70,000
4 ,149,618
9,600,611
1,214
1,802,113
99,701
872,070
1,409,373
1,974,305
1,365,356
7,893
3
$23,028,833

$763,362
4,600
70,000
5 ,093,836
11,196,691
565
2,159,672
123,813
785.755
2,211,317
2,683,471
1,215,705
8,631
4
$26,317,422

$492,482
4,600
65,000
4.855,737
15,807,084
3,096
1.015,913
119,714
1.294,056
3,427,483
5 ,516,610
1,647,805
6,850
4
$34,256,434

$442,759
4,600
65,000
4,892 ,2 3 6
16,635,715
934
490,108
135,895
1,685,245
2 ,862,588
6 ,925,409
1,633,705
2,533
6
$35,776,733

Capital..............................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits............................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings banks.............................................................

$500,000
1,134,838

$500,000
1,164,302

$500,000
1,174,646

$500,000
1,153,871

548,470

399,852

511,528

Due depositors, not preferred...........................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................

19.074,014
107,867

22,253,460
568,086

25,407,226
933,114

Rediscounts.......................................................................................................
Ac’p’tcs of drafts p’y’bie at a future date or auth’d by com’l letters of credit. .
Other liabilities..................................................................................................
Add for cents.....................................................................................................
Total liabilities...........................................................................................

678,182
911,107
74,352
3
$23,028,833

300,000
1,006,384
125,335
3
$26,317,422

4 ,097,856
1,423,470
208,592
2
$34,256,434

384,959
58,000
28,514,753
676,176
629,062
2 ,275,110
1,304,507
280,292
o
$35,776,733

L IA B IL IT IE S




R e p o r t o n B a n k s o f D e p o s it a n d D is c o u n t

RESOU RCES

J. C. LAWRENCE,
J. H . W

298

TH E
O. H. CHENEY,

TH E
JO H N A. P O T T E R , President.
J oh. A. P o t t e r ,
v
N a th a n ie l O. S w e z e y ,
J. R o bert B a il e y ,

PATCHOGUE

BANK

—

Patchogue

F R A N K A. PO TTER , Cashier.

[44 West Main street; organized 1884]
DIRECTORS

J e s s e C. M il l s ,
F red B . N ew in s,
D a n i e l R. D a v i s ,

J ohn M . P r ic e ,
G e o . H. F u r m a n ,
C o r y d o n V. S e a r i n g ,

J ohn J. R o e,
H o w a r d S. C o n k l in ,
W i l l i a m H. A l d r i c h ,

RESOU RCES

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real est. coll.
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts......................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Specie....................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items..............................................................................................................
A.ssets not included in any of the above heads..................................................
Add for cents....................................................................................................

S t a te m e n t o f
c o n d it io n
F e b . 2 1 , 1 919

A r c h iba ld S. H a v e n s,
J os. T . L o se e ,
J a m e s H. S n e d e c o r .

F rank
J ames

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
S e p t, 12, 1919

S t a te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
J u n e 3 0 , 1919

Overton,
M ills,

H.

S t a te m e n t o f
c o n d it io n
N o v . 12 1919

$ 1 1 3 ,5 3 5
1 1 8 ,9 5 6
3 8 ,7 0 7
4 9 ,1 2 5
3 2 ,0 8 3
2 5 2 ,6 8 2
2 9 6 ,9 1 7

5 9 ,7 7 3
4 ,8 1 5
2 8 ,1 8 5
1 ,6 9 7
1 1 ,1 2 2
4

7 0 ,7 3 2
6 ,5 7 7
2 3 ,4 5 7
798
1 1 ,0 7 1
5

6 0 ,0 6 8
6 ,2 1 0
5 1 ,9 3 6
1 ,4 3 2
1 4 ,4 0 8
5

$ 8 5 3 ,7 7 5

$ 9 3 7 ,2 6 6

$ 1 ,0 5 7 ,1 1 2

$ 1 ,0 3 6 ,0 6 4

Capital....................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings banks.................................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Other liabilities.......................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

$ 7 5 ,0 0 0
8 1 ,9 7 0

$ 7 5 ,0 0 0
8 0 ,7 4 2

$ 7 5 ,0 0 0
8 6 ,0 8 7

$ 7 5 ,0 0 0
9 1 ,4 5 5

1 6 ,6 2 7
5 ,3 9 2
6 2 8 ,0 6 3
2 5 ,0 0 0
2 1 ,7 2 2

1 6 ,9 4 7
6 ,8 5 4
7 4 1 ,0 7 5

1 1 ,8 6 6
6 ,3 8 9
8 7 2 ,9 3 4

1 1 ,1 9 9
6 ,4 3 9
8 4 5 ,5 8 5

1 6 ,6 4 7

4 ,8 3 4

6 ,3 8 4

1

1

2

2

Total liabilities.................................................................................................

$ 8 5 3 ,7 7 5

$ 9 3 7 ,2 6 6

$ 1 ,0 5 7 ,1 1 2

$ 1 ,0 3 6 ,0 6 4

Total resources.............................................................................................
L IA B IL IT IE S




299

$ 1 2 6 ,3 3 5
1 1 5 ,9 7 5
3 8 ,7 0 7
4 8 ,4 2 5
3 2 ,7 3 3
2 9 0 ,1 9 4
2 9 2 ,1 0 3

Statem ents

$ 1 1 9 ,3 1 0
1 1 4 ,2 5 0
2 9 ,4 5 7
5 7 ,6 7 5
3 4 ,2 8 3
1 6 7 ,6 7 0
3 0 9 ,0 2 5

Q uarterly

$ 1 7 8 ,6 9 3
1 0 3 ,2 2 8
2 9 ,4 5 7
5 9 ,9 2 5
4 3 ,4 0 8
3 6 ,2 8 5
2 7 1 ,8 9 9
10
8 6 ,2 1 7
7 ,0 0 0
2 1 ,9 4 1
3 ,3 2 1
1 2 ,3 8 7
4

CO

TH E PECONIC BANK
WILLIAM E. DENISON,

P resid en t.

—

Sag

o
o

H arbor

[Organized 1889]

FRANK W. CORWIN,

C ashier.

DIRECTORS
ffji.

E.

D e n iso n ,

C l iffo r d J. F o st e r ,
Wi vi . R . R e i m a n n ,

E v e r e t t L. T i n d a l l ,
C asper S ch a efer.

RESOU RCES

S t a te m e n t o f
c o n d it io n
J u n e 3 0 , 1919

S t a te m e n t o f
c o n d it io n
S e p t. 12, 191 9

H enry

F. C ook,

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it io n
N o v . 12, 1 91 9

1 ,2 7 5
1 0 2 ,1 7 2
8 6 ,5 9 2
1 ,3 0 4
2 2 ,4 7 4
2 ,9 9 7
9 ,0 0 0
4 ,4 4 9
2 ,1 0 5
3

1 .2 7 5
1 0 9 ,5 1 7
8 5 ,4 1 0
2 ,1 3 8
7 3 ,8 0 3
1 ,4 4 8
8 ,0 0 0
2 ,5 9 3
4 ,9 9 2
4

1 ,2 7 5
1 4 2 ,6 1 3
8 0 ,2 7 0
1 ,1 3 3
2 2 ,9 0 5
3 ,7 8 5
1 1 ,0 0 0
9 ,3 4 8
6 ,8 4 7
3

Total resources.................................................................................................

$ 2 5 8 ,6 2 2

$ 2 7 5 ,8 1 7

$ 3 3 7 ,6 2 6

$ 3 2 5 ,9 7 5

Capital.......................................................................................................................
Rurolus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.: Due New York State savings banks.........................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0
2 2 ,9 1 5
4 ,9 9 3
2 0 2 ,4 7 4
2 ,4 8 4
754
2

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0
2 2 ,9 7 4
6 ,4 2 1
2 1 6 ,3 3 3
4 ,1 7 4
913
2

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0
2 4 ,4 3 9
2 ,9 3 1
2 8 3 ,1 4 0
1 ,1 5 9
955
2

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0
2 5 ,9 0 6
3 ,3 9 6
2 6 7 ,4 6 9
3 ,4 9 3
709
2

Total liabilities.................................................................................................

$ 2 5 8 ,6 2 2

$ 2 7 5 ,8 1 7

$ 3 3 7 ,6 2 6

$ 3 2 5 ,9 7 5

L IA B IL IT IE S




D is c o u n t

Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items.................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads.................................................................
Add for cents.......................................................................................................................................

1 ,2 7 5
7 6 ,0 1 6
7 6 ,1 5 0
870
3 1 ,2 7 4
2 ,6 5 5
5 ,0 0 0
2 ,3 9 2
1 ,8 8 7
2

and

$ 1 6 ,8 8 8
2 8 ,4 7 3
1 ,4 3 5

D e p o s it

$ 2 8 ,3 0 0
1 8,7 1 1
1 ,4 3 5

of

$ 2 3 ,3 0 0
1 8,7 1 1
1 ,4 3 5

B anks

$ 4 0 ,2 9 5
1 9 ,3 7 1
1 ,4 3 5

on

Slock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities............................................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral. -..............................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................

S t a te m e n t o f
c o n d it io n
F e b . 2 1 , 1919

J ohn M . W oodw ard,

R eport

O l i n M. E d w a r d s ,
F ra n k W . C o r w in ,

TH E

P E O P L E ’S B A N K

A. D. BISSELL, President.
A. D.

C. R.

B issell,

K. H. H

u tc h in so n

,

J ohn

H untley,
H ughes,

OF

B U FFA LO

[224 Main street; organized 1889]
DIRECTORS
H ow ard B is s e l l ,
F r a n k S. M c G
A. D. S i k e s ,
S. B . E a g a n ,

RESOU RCES

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................

B uffalo

C. G. FEIL,
ra w

,

S t a te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
F e b . 2 1 , 1910

E. J.
I ) . J.

N ew ell,

K

e n e f ic k

F rank E. W a ttles,
B radley G oodyear.

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
S e p t . 12, 1 919

S ta te m e n t of
c o n d it i o n
J u n e 3 0 , 1919

C ashier.

S t a te m e n t o f
c o n d it io n
N o v . 12, 1919

O
d
£
H
gj
£

4 2 ,6 7 3
5

$ 1 ,8 8 1 ,0 8 8
1 ,6 4 0 ,1 8 4
2 5 0 .0 0 0
6 1 ,8 7 2
5 0 2 ,4 0 0
5 ,7 4 5 ,8 0 2
4 ,3 6 3 ,2 3 2
6 ,4 5 9
8 1 9 ,0 5 7
4 9 ,2 8 8
3 0 5 ,7 0 2
3 5 0 ,5 2 5
1 ,8 0 6 ,5 3 7
1 0 0 .0 0 0
4 8 ,9 8 1
5

$ 1 7 ,1 9 7 ,8 3 7

$ 1 7 ,8 5 1 ,5 5 9

$ 1 7 ,9 3 1 ,1 3 2

^

$ 6 0 0 ,0 0 0
8 6 0 ,4 8 6

$ 6 0 0 ,0 0 0
8 6 3 ,4 9 6

$ 6 0 0 ,0 0 0
9 0 5 ,7 5 7

$ 6 0 0 ,0 0 0
9 2 0 ,6 2 2

7 1 5 ,6 1 5
1 1 5 ,7 2 2
1 5 7 ,0 0 0
1 ,6 0 9 ,0 3 9
1 1 ,2 4 3 ,1 4 5
1 ,1 9 1 ,1 2 8

7 6 8 ,5 8 9
9 0 ,4 0 9
1 5 7 .0 0 0
6 4 9 ,7 2 9
1 1 ,9 9 3 ,7 7 9
1 ,2 0 4 ,3 1 2
7 5 0 .0 0 0
5 4 ,0 0 0
6 6 ,5 2 0

5 9 2 ,2 3 6
1 0 3 ,0 4 9
1 4 0 .0 0 0
2 2 8 ,2 5 2
1 3 ,4 7 7 ,4 9 5
1 ,1 8 8 ,7 6 9
5 0 0 .0 0 0

6 4 1 ,3 4 4
7 2 ,4 6 6
1 6 4 .0 0 0
6 7 ,2 5 2
1 3 ,6 6 4 ,7 0 6
1 ,1 0 9 ,1 2 8
5 0 0 .0 0 0
1 0 0 .0 0 0
9 1 ,6 1 1

$ 2 ,4 0 8 ,3 6 5
1 ,6 5 3 ,6 7 7
2 5 0 ,0 0 0
6 2 ,4 9 3
4 7 5 ,2 8 6
5 ,0 7 9 ,3 0 8
3 ,9 0 9 ,1 8 1
9 ,5 4 4
1 ,0 0 4 ,2 2 3
4 7 ,0 8 2
3 2 9 ,9 3 1
3 3 6 ,3 8 5
1 ,5 4 0 ,8 4 0
5 4 ,0 0 0
3 7 ,5 1 9
3

$ 2 ,3 4 9 ,1 2 5
1 ,6 7 4 ,2 8 3
2 5 0 ,0 0 0
6 3 ,6 1 9
4 8 3 ,1 3 8
5 ,6 6 6 ,0 9 4
4 ,2 4 6 ,6 9 9
4 ,3 7 3
7 4 9 ,0 7 9
5 3 ,9 7 4
2 8 0 ,9 8 6
2 6 5 ,4 9 3
1 ,7 2 2 ,0 1 8

$ 1 6 ,5 9 8 ,3 7 3

L IA B IL IT IE S

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings banks.................................................................
Due New York State sav. and loan ass’ns, credit unions and land bank. . . .
Deposits by the State of New Y ork ..................................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
Due depositors, not preferred................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Acc’t’ces of drafts p’y ’ble at a future date or auth’d by corn’l letters of credit. .




$ 1 6 ,5 9 8 ,3 7 3

3
$ 1 7 ,1 9 7 ,8 3 7

1 1 5 ,9 9 9
2
$ 1 7 ,8 5 1 ,5 5 9

3
$ 1 7 ,9 3 1 ,1 3 2

m

H
£
d

H

co

301

Add for cents............................................................................................................

2 5 ,0 0 0
8 1 ,2 3 6
2

*

Statem ents

$ 3 ,2 8 1 ,3 3 1
1 ,7 0 5 ,5 8 8
2 5 0 ,0 0 0
2 8 ,1 4 1
5 1 7 ,5 7 6
5 ,0 2 3 ,8 8 3
3 ,1 6 8 ,6 5 5
6 ,7 8 8
1 ,3 5 7 ,7 3 4
1 1 5 ,7 2 0
7 5 9 ,7 5 6
2 2 7 ,0 2 9
8 5 ,9 4 9
2 5 ,0 0 0
4 5 ,2 1 8
5

Q uarterly

Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll.
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Soecie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets..........................
Customers’ liability on acceptances (per contra, see liabilities).........................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total resources.................................................................................................

—

2

302

PEOPLE’S BANK OF EVANS MILLS
F. J. Baumert,
J. P. Lortscher,

W. M. Comstock,
Oren S. Pickard,

— E vans M

il l s

[Organized 1919]

C. W . CRYSLER Treasurer.

DIRECTORS

C. B. Fletcher,
E. G. Rogers,

Statement of
condition
Feb. 12, 1919

L. G. Hawn,
C. E. Ward.
Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of'
condition
Sept. 12, 1919
$1,000

$50,000
10,382
73,173
576
1

$92,645

$134,132

.......................
'

D is c o u n t

$50,000
10,020
32,625

and

$134,132

D e p o s it

$92,645

80,815
443
8,620

of

806
2

$5,787
3,158
8,170
70,945
1
33,541
394
9,498
8
2,624
6

959

Total liabilities........................ ............................................................................. .......................
__
■.......... ................. ........ . ... ---------- - ---- .
■ • ......— ...




Statement of
condition
Nov. 12 1919

B anks

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities............................................................................................................
Real estate owned............................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.....................................................
Loans discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral...........................
Overdrafts..........................................................................................................................
Due from trust comoanies, banks and bankers........................................................
Specie..........................
..............................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States...............................
Cash items. . . .
......................................
............................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads........................................................
Add for cents...................................
.......................................................................
Total resources.........................................................................................................
LIABILITIES
Capital.......................
..............................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits......................................................................
.............
..
.....................................
Due depositors, not preferred. . . .
Other liabilities............................................ . . . . ......................................................
Add for cents.....................................................................................................................

H. A. Hickok,

on

RESOURCES

S. N. Gould,
E. J. Walrath,

R eport

OREN S. PICKARD President.

TH E

P E O P L E ’S B A N K

J.

F kank

S chummer,

F red C. B onn et,
C ah lto n E. E no,

OF

HAM BURGH

II. R.

J. II.

S a l isb u r y ,
H a r o l d V. C o o k .

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12 , 1919

A.

D rummer,

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$302,991
101,420
28,650
127,980
41,069
140,908
285,635
169
116,940
5,159
26,080
8,623
4

$236,609
106,816
25,000
145,420
38,171
153,196
351,518
1,433
47,961
3,996
25,137
9,530
4

$171,583
111,938
25,000
157,370
34,914
219,242
396,935
238
60,524
3,319
23,275
8,480
4

$143,483
103,088
25,000
178,270
31,951
230,677
461,457
1,226
39,210
5,032
27,231
9,272
4

$1,185,628

$1,144,791

$1,212,822

$1,255,901

$30,000
63,899

$30,000
61,450

$30,000
64,917

$30,000
67,153

11,148

9,102
22,330
20,345
881,561
4.000
75.000
40.000

2 2 ,0 0 0

20,188
933,392

10,479

£

g
W
S
K
j

rr.
h
>

h
a

£
tJ
e
2
oa

2 0 ,0 0 0

14,947
995,478

a

8,950

2 0 ,0 0 0

jr ,

5,947
1,027,349
30.000
57.000
9,500

' 5,000

1 .0 0 0

55.000
17.000
5,000

1

3

1

2

$1,185,628
'
'

$1,144,791
'
'

.212.822
'
'

$1,255,901

1 0 0 ,0 0 0

$1

303

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

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

G eohoe

Statem ents

Total resources.................................................................................................
LIABILITIES
Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State sav. and loan ass’ns, credit unions and land bank. . . .
Deposits by the State of New Y ork ..................................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
Due depositors, not preferred................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Bills payable...............................................
...
Rediscounts.................................................
...........................
Other liabilities.........................................................
Add for cents............................................
................

H ester,

Q uarterly

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities.................................................................................................
.........................
Real estate owned...............................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loams and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll.
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
Specie...........................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents.........................................................................
.........................




H am burg

H. R. S T R A T E M E IE R , Cashier.

DIRECTORS
J. W.

St k a t e m e ie k ,
C l a r e n c e L. B a s t i a n ,

resou rces

Total liabilities..............................

—

[46 Main street; organized 1891]

G E O R G E A. D R U M M E R , President.

o
oo

TH E

P E O P L E ’S B A N K

E V E R E T T F O W L E R , President.
E verett

F ow ler,

C harles

F.

F reybocle,

OF

H AVER STR AW

[1 Broadway; organized 1887]
DIRECTORS
J a s . H. M
C a l v i n T. A l l i s o n ,
O . E. R e y n o l d s .

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral..........................................................
............................................
Loans and discounts secured bv other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts...........................................................
............................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
Specie........
. . .
. ..
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents.....................................................
..........................................
Total resources.................................................................................................

C
O
O. E. REYNOLDS,

o r r isse y

Statement, of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

E. O.
Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

R o se,

C ashier.

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$178,988
233,788
15,000

$273,257
237,061
15,000

$191,072
225,143
15,000

$185,502
224,561
15,000

1 0 ,0 1 0

95,057
297,786
2,366
104,605
23,545
29,714
685
9,919

10,015
92,925
331,905
3,221
63,822
32,490
62,972
5,880
8,864

9,019
86,800
315,800
4,276
73,334
34,837
34,772
3,600
10,415

9,003
138,056
297,726
4,656
85,010
27,592
29,863
2,780

6

6

6

4

$1,004,469

$1,137,418

$1,004,074

$1,029,965

$50,000
198,153

$50,000
197,544

$50,000
184,042

$50,000
187,009

6,964
20,375
651,630

14,305

9,079
25,482
729,884
983

1 0 ,2 1 2

L IA B IL IT IE S

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due N. Y. State savings and loan associations, credit unions and land bank
Deposits by the State of New Y ork..................................................................
Due depositors, not preferred................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Bills payable.............................................................................................................
Other liabilities........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total liabilities.................................................................................................




75,000
2,345

2

$1,004,469

4,602

1

2

5,803
10,229
742,378
31
30,000
4,511

$1,137,418

$1,004,074

$1,029,965

748,020
2,069
120,000
5,479

2

D enton F o w ler,

2

R e p o r t o n B a n k s o f D e p o s it a n d D is c o u n t

RESOURCES

H av erstraw

TH E
EDWARD WELLS,

P E O P L E ’S B A N K

OF

J O H N S T O W N , N . Y .-

Jo

hnstow n

DONALD FRASER,

[51 West Main street; organized 1889]

P resid en t.

DIRECTORS
(iE o . C. P o t t e r ,
J a '-e s E . K n o x ,
J ohn W . U h l in c e r ,

D onald F r a se r ,
J . P . A r g e f .s i n c e r ,
R ic h a rd M . E v a n s,

C h a s . O. C r o s s ,
J a s . S. I r e l a n d ,
F r e d H. B e h l e n ,

F rank A dams,
E dward W e l l s,
m. H
M aylender,

D a v id A. H a y s ,
E dward C. D ecked
C h a r les K in o .

W

RESOURCES

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$762,043
884,475
47,391
29,300

$485,867
994,768
47,404
29,300

$463,969
1,014,736
47,404
29,300

$468,787
1,015,325
47,554
29,300

57,859
498,871
972,725
188
301,278
13,684
62,000
16,295
62,591
13,209
5

58,484
583,159
1,099,214
287
56,934
15,859
64,350
27,115
38,200
11,795

55,540
376,859
1,169,941

6

55,490
468,370
1,252,039
148
256,944
16,089
77,000
18,678
12,431
19,163
4

$3,721,914

$3,512,742

$3,741,795

$3,711,815

$2 0 0 ,0 0 0
318,519
133,690
2,908,403
1,514
150,000
9,786

$2 0 0 ,0 0 0
329,423
20,271
2,507,516
4,349
300,000
151,181

$2 0 0 ,0 0 0
350,607
149,143
2,727,128
2,679
300,000
12,237

$2 0 0 ,0 0 0
346,729
66,954
2,970,795
18,942

2

2

1

2

$3,721,914

$3,512,742

$3,741,795

$3,711,815

120

406,476
15,240
79,183
30,375
3,734
13,375
6

Q uarterly Statem ents

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral...............................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets..........................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

D a n i e l S. G r a h a m ,
E. M. K ennedy,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

C ashier.

L IA B IL IT IE S

Capital.....................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits...............................................
Preferred deposits, viz.: Other deposits secured by pledge of assets .
Due depositors, not preferred...............................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers......................................
Bills payable...........................................................................................
Other liabilities............................................. ......................................
Add for cents..........................................................................................




8,393

305

Total liabilities.

1 0 0 ,0 0 0

306

PEOPLE’S B AN K OF NIAGARA FALLS — N ia g a r a F alls
GEO. W. WHITEHEAD, President.
[1922 M street; organized 1886 as Bank of S spen
ain
u
sion B
ridge]
HENRY J HILLER, C
.
ashier.
DIRECTORS
J ohn O. C h a pin ,

G eorge

F.

N y e ,

H e n r y J. H il l e r ,
J a m e s T. L o w ,

L . S. S i l b e r b e b g ,
G eo W . W h it e h e a d .

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities....................................................................................................
$518,439
Private securities..................................................................................................
250,306
Real estate owned..................................................................
.....................
52'691
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
51^
073
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral................................................................................................................
265,644
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
415,769
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
291,457
Overdrafts............................
.
.
...
4
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................
590,907
Specie................
5,850
48,197
Other currency authorized by laws of the United States....................................
................................
Cash items...................................................................
7',879
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
43,469
................................................................
................................ for cents
Add
7
Total resources.................................................................................................
LIABILITIES

Capital.................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits.....................................................
P
referred deposits, viz.:
D
eposits by the State of New York......................................................
O
ther deposits secu by pledge of assets.............................................
red
Due depositors, not preferred..................................................................
Due to trust com
panies, banks and bankers..............................................
O
ther liabilities......................................................................................
...........................
Add for cents....................................................
Total liabilities................................................................................




N. D aggett,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

F rank E . J ohnson,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$519,486
266,377
77,179
42,376

$533,781
260,044
77,015
41,326

$450,239
252,778
75,636
40,926

271,240
550,499
337,279
70
409,809
16,397
58,615
22,625
15,324
4

284,618
518,611
308,461
523,351
8,511
57,109
28,034
24,288
7

249,302
755,771
331,629
38
521,633
7,772
99,590
13,344
42,200
7

$2,541,692

$2,587,280

$2,665,162

$2,840,865

$100,000
138,660

$100,000
146,856

$100,000
152,929

$100,000
153,638

24,000
20,000
2,164,958
82,032
12,042

24,000

24,000

2,288,972
17,392
10,060

24,000
35,000
2,268,678
67,913
16,640
2

2,470,900
58,803
33,522
2

$2,541,692

$2,587,280

$2,665,162

$2,840,865

6

R e p o r t o k B a n k s o f D e p o s it a n d D is c o u n t

r eso u r ce s

C lin to n

TH E PEOPLE’S BANK OF POTSDAM, N. Y — P otsdam
H. J. SANFORD,

[15 Market street; organized 1889]

P resid en t.

F. R. WOODRUFF,

C ashier.

DIRECTORS
R oyal N ew to n ,

II. J. S a n f o r d ,
W . O. D a n i e l s ,

R u fu s L. S isso n ,
J. S . M c K a y ,

RESOURCES

F.

J.

A.

Stoughton,
L. B row n .

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

J as.

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

A. Cox,

C. S. F e r r is ,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
$137,364
157,648
13,000
7,500
15,380
220,306
438,994
368
154,289
7,393
14,915
6,669
4,548
5
$1,178,379

4
$1,218,967

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State sav. and loan ass’n, credit unions and land bank........
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
Deposits otherwise preferred..............................................................................
Due depositors, not preferred................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Bills payable............................................................................................................
Rediscounts..............................................................................................................
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

$ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0
81,760

$ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0
84,759

$ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0
88,706

$ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0
93,702

7,883
11,234
9,735
761,356
837

138
11,250

1,510
12,250

3,162
1,250

817,167
2,230
30.000
65.000
6,460

854,081
416
50.000
65.000
6,434

883,472
345

Total liabilities.................................................................................................

$1,043,759

$144,515
163,425
13,000
7,500
15,007
228,726
483,222
302
118,759
8,242
25,214
2,830
8 ,2 2 1

LIABILITIES

130,000
7,034

1

2

2

$1,117,005

$1,178,379

$1.218.967

307




65,000
5,950
4

Statem ents

$125,285
152,145
13,000
7,500
15,691
211,365
456,508
175
100,987
7,538
18,622
6,271
1,914
4
$1,117,005

Q uarterly

$157,894
150,768
13,000
5,000
10,016
240,562
365,193
1,499
70,788
7,559
14,653
2,968
3,855
4
$1,043,759

Private securities.................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll. . .
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total resources.................................................................................................

THE PEOPLE’S BANK OF TROY
[C 4 S d avenue; organ
0 econ
ized 1889]

P resid en t.

308

F. B. TWINING,

T roy
A. B. COBDEN,

Cashier.

DIRECTORS
F. B. T

A. P.

J.

in e ,
M cK ean,

H.

w in in c i

L yons,

J. J.

C h ild ,
A. B . C o b d e n ,

W.

H.

r esou rces

Stock and bond investments', viz.:
Public securities....................................................................................................
Private securities..................................................................................................
Beal estate owned....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral................................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts............
...
............................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
Specie.........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

H.
E.

W.

W. H.

B olton,
I. A. R o v e .

D rafee,
N orthrup,

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1910

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

D e n n in ,

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$289,900
88,135
5,000

$234,250
75,583
5,000

$239,850
75,583
5,000

$229,650
75,584
5,000

14,087
425,299
379,513
3
93,094
7,065
38,020
4,460
3,848
5

17,813
466,936
331,714

20,847
470,072
381,722

22,970
448,463
380,413

99,573
7,308
37,406
4,861
6,637
4

160,679
3,929
37,582
1,546
9,957
4

i o s ; 777
7,088
25,239
7,897
6,926
4

$1,348,429

$1,287,085

$1,386,771

$1,408,011

Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.: Deposits by the State of New York..........................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................

$ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0
137,919
31,000
995,226

$ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0
149,290
31,000
1,091,442

Other liabilities.........................................................................................................

84,283

$ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0
140,082
31,000
999,340
5,568
11,093

2

1

$ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0
150,752
31,000
1,096,930
11 214
IS', 114

Total resources.................................................................................................
LIABILITIES

Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total liabilities.................................................................................................




1

$1,348,429

$1,287,085

15,038
$1,386,771

1

$1,408,011

R e p o r t on B a n k s o f D e p o s it a n d D is c o u n t

C. L. P

TH E PEOPLE’S STATE BANK OF EAST R A N D O L P H — E a s t R a n d o l p h
W. E. SEARLE,

[Organized 1891]

P resid en t.

S. C . 11E NNIN(

W . A. M

i i , ks

D IR E C T O R S
W . E. S e a r l e ,

RESOURCES

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral...............................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

S. C. HENNING,
It. T.
S t a te m e n t o f
c o n d it io n
F e b . 2 1 , 1919

S e a r i .e ,

M.

S t a te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
J u n e 30, 1 91 9

I).

Cashier.

.1 OHNSON.

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it i o n
S e p t. 12, 1919

S t a te m e n t o f
c o n d it io n
N o v . 12, 1919

$1,400
2,500
3,890

$1,400
2,500

$1,400
2,800

1 0 ,1 2 0

1 0 ,1 2 0

7,525
30,656
141,248
644
48,413
1,635
7,983
41
950
3

7,525
31,156
158,623
348
42,465
1,396
7,376
149
1,250

7,525
30,056
169,979
1,042
63,851
1,426
6,255

6,300
30,221
167,165
1,337
84,359
1,301
9,156
1,560

2

2

2 ,2 2 0
2

$247,622

$258,080

$296,216

$317,941

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.: Other deposits secured by pledge of assets...............
Due depositors, not preferred................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Other liabilities........................................................................................................
Add for cents.................
...............................
. .
.................................

$25,000
29,466

$25,000
29,158

$25,000
30,578

$25,000
30,774

201,052
1,620
1,250

238,907
680'
1,050

259,600
345

Total liabilities.................................................................................................

$247,622

Total resources.................................................................................................

1 ,0 1 0

1,050

L IA B IL IT IE S

2 ,0 0 0

190,154
51
950

1

1

$258,080

2 ,2 2 0
2

$296,216

$317,941

309




Quarterly S tatements

$2,084
2,500
3,940

310

TH E PHOENIX BANK — P h o e n ix
J. A. HAWKS,

[Organized 18691

P resid en t,

J. A.

H aw ks,

C. E.

H u t c h in s o n ,

DIRECTORS
K. N. S w e e t ,

E. G. HUTCHINSON,
E.

G . H u t c h in s o n ,

C a sh ier.

F. W . H oefler,

$501,726

$512,160

$485,782

$532,524

$35,000
20,334
15,214
409,434

$35,000
18,762
39,404
408,520

$35,000
23,600
15,099
401,619

$35,C O
O
25,465
7,657
438,875

18,307
3,435
2

6,031
4,441
2

6,638
3,825
1

21,473
4,052
2

Total liabilities................................................................................

$501,726

$512,160

$485,782

$532,524




D is c o u n t

Total resources...............................................................................
LIA ILITIES
B
Capital.................................................................................................
Su
rplus, in
cluding all undivided profits.....................................................
P
referred deposits, viz.: D
eposits oth ise preferred...............................
erw
Due depositors, not preferred..................................................................
Acceptances of drafts payable at a future date o auth
r
orized by com ercial
m
letters of credit...................................................................................
O
ther liabilities......................................................................................
Add for cents........................................................................................

and

$81,381
67,365
17,000
25,690
19,000
10,050
184,506
73
77,481
885
22,313
354
21,473
4,950
3

D e p o s it

$81,027
65,380
16,850
21,690
19,000
9,015
186,655
626
58,691
510
15,105
1,792
6,638
4,800
3

of

$108,974
34,644
16,850
26,190
19,000
5,500
176,615
1,342
90,836
620
18,734
1,021
6,031
5,800
3

Stock and bon investm
d
ents, viz.:
P
ublic securities.................................-...............................................
P
rivate securities................................................................................
R estate owned..................................................................................
eal
M
ortgages ow
ned...................................................................................
Loans and discounts secu by bond and m d o oth rea est. coll.. .
red
tg., eed r er l
Loans an discounts secu by other collateral........................................
d
red
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secu by collateral....................
red
Overdrafts.............................................................................................
Due from tru com
st
panies, banks and bankers..........................................
Specie...................................................................................................
O
ther cu cy authorized by the law of th U
rren
s
e nited States........................
Cash items............................................................................................
Custom liabilitv on acceptances (per contra, see liabilities)....................
ers’
Assets not included in any of the above heads...........................................
Add for cents........................................................................................

B anks

$106,479
34,644
17,000
23,440
19,000
2,500
187,542
234
61,605
830
23,612
831
18,307
5,700
2

resources

on

S tem n o
ta e t f
c n itio
od n
Sp 1 , 1 1
e t. 2 9 9

R eport

S te e t o
ta m n f
c n itio
od n
N 1, 11
ov. 2 9 9

S te e t o
ta m n f
c n itio
od n
Jn 3, 11
ue 0 99

S tem n o
ta e t f
c n itio
od n
Fb 2 , 1 1
e . 1 99

PO W ER
P AU L A. SCH O E LLK O P F, President.
P aul A. Schoellkopf,
F r e d e r ic k C h o s m a n n ,

J os. E . M o n tag u e,
F r a n c is H . S a l t ,

C IT Y

BANK —

N ia g a r a

F alls
FRANK A. SCHUMACHER,

[207 Fall street; organized 1893]
DIRECTORS
C h as. E. H aeberle,
E d son P. P f o h l,

F red M ason ,
F r a n k J. T o n e ,

RESOU RCES

S t a te m e n t o f
c o n d it io n
J u n e 3 0 , 1 919

S ta te m e n t of
c o n d it io n
S e p t . 12, 1 919

S t a te m e n t o f
c o n d it io n
N o v . 12, 1919

$ 8 9 7 ,3 9 1
1 8 1 ,8 7 8
2 ,9 7 4
5 5 ,3 2 4
4 ,0 2 7 ,8 6 6
2 ,8 4 1 ,8 4 3
2 ,3 3 1
7 2 7 ,1 7 8
2 0 ,0 6 9
1 0 0 ,5 6 7
5 0 ,4 6 9
4 7 2 ,6 4 3
1 0 ,3 2 6
4

$ 5 8 6 ,6 2 6
3 0 5 ,0 0 0
2 ,9 7 4
4 2 ,5 1 4
3 ,4 5 9 ,7 4 3
3 ,3 6 8 ,9 6 4
423
5 7 8 ,5 4 3
1 2 ,8 1 8
1 3 7 ,7 2 3
5 3 ,6 7 1
6 9 3 ,2 5 9
2 8 ,3 6 7
5

$ 57 0 ,1 5 1
1 7 7 ,0 2 5
2 ,9 7 4
3 1 ,9 0 4
3 ,1 5 5 ,6 1 0
3 ,1 7 0 ,2 8 6
1 ,0 1 9
5 0 1 ,3 3 0
1 0 ,9 3 3
1 9 0 ,5 7 1
2 3 ,0 8 8
6 2 2 ,3 7 9
2 2 ,0 9 1
5

$ 9 ,2 4 0 ,4 1 2

$ 9 ,3 9 0 ,8 6 3

$ 9 ,2 7 1 ,6 3 0

$ 8 ,4 7 9 ,3 6 6

$ 3 0 0 ,0 0 0
4 0 9 ,3 3 8

$ 3 0 0 ,0 0 0
4 4 4 ,7 7 7

$ 3 0 0 ,0 0 0
4 8 4 ,0 5 7

$ 3 0 0 ,0 0 0
4 8 4 ,5 6 1

2 4 1 ,6 2 8
1 7 1 ,2 9 4
1 0 1 ,0 0 0
4 3 8 ,8 0 4
1 0 0 ,1 5 3
5 ,5 7 5 ,3 8 7
1 5 ,8 0 6
9 1 7 ,5 2 6
9 6 9 ,4 7 3

1 8 0 ,3 3 6
4 4 ,2 4 2
1 0 1 ,0 0 0
1 9 3 ,0 5 4
7 7 ,4 9 4
6 ,4 9 1 ,7 4 2
1 8 ,7 5 3
7 5 5 ,0 4 3
7 8 4 ,4 1 7

2 7 3 ,6 5 0
3 3 ,0 1 1
9 0 ,0 0 0
1 9 0 ,1 7 9
7 4 ,2 8 5
6 ,9 4 3 ,5 0 2
9 ,9 2 2
6 6 3 ,8 4 1
2 0 9 ,1 7 9

2 4 0 ,6 5 7
3 1 ,8 9 2
9 0 ,0 0 0
7 7 ,5 7 6
1 5 8 ,2 7 6
6 ,5 5 3 ,1 0 2
1 7 ,5 6 8
3 3 8 ,4 4 1
1 8 7 ,2 9 0

L IA B IL IT IE S

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings banks.................................................................
Due New York State sav. and loan ass’n, credit unions and land bank.......
Deposits by the State of New Y ork ..................................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
Deposits otherwise preferred..............................................................................
Due depositors, not preferred................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Bills payable.............................................................................................................
Other liabilities........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total liabilities.................................................................................................




3

5

4

3

$ 9 ,2 4 0 ,4 1 2

$ 9 ,3 9 0 ,8 6 3

$ 9 ,2 7 1 ,6 3 0

$ 8 ,4 7 9 ,3 6 6

311

$ 1 ,9 4 7 ,5 3 8
1 7 3 ,5 6 6
2 ,9 7 4
3 9 ,5 7 8
3 ,7 9 2 ,7 0 6
1 ,9 7 7 ,8 6 8
1 ,1 5 4
5 6 3 ,5 8 7
1 0 ,3 1 3
2 3 7 ,6 3 4
3 2 ,7 8 2
4 3 2 ,9 5 3
2 7 ,7 5 5
4

STATEM ENTS

Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Due from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York less offsets..........................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total resources.................................................................................................

S ta te m e n t o f
c o n d it io n
F e b . 2 1 , 191 9

M o r r i s C o h n , J r .,

[TAETEELY

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities.................................................................................................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll. . .
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................

F r e d J. C o e ,
I s a a c R. E d m a n d s .

C ashier.

PRATTSBURGH
I ra C . P ratt,

BANK

—

P rattsburgh

F hed E .
W m . B . P ratt,

W IL L IA M C U F F N E Y , Cashier.

M cC o n n ell,
H e r b e r t S c o f ie l d .

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

W m . M c M ic h a e l ,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

on

RESOURCES

W .m . C u f i ' n e v ,

eport

E m m e t F . St o n e ,

STATE

[Organized 1904]
DIRECTORS
B lood,
J o s . G.

R

IR A C. P R A T T , President.

$180,559
7,500
23,630

$182,463
7,400
26,730

$189,974
7,300
32,330

Ba

15,975
43,200
105,202
62
86,477
2,397
6,041
4,600
3

16,675
32,459
115,811

7,600
24,587
114,252

of

61,144
2,640
7,460
4,500
3

9,475
30,951
126,161
45
44,457
2,072
6,156
3,800
4

$457,474

$452,383

$439,714

$489,153

Capital............................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits......................................
Preferred deposits, viz.: Deposits by the State of New York
Due depositors, not preferred......................................................
Other liabilities..............................................................................
Add for cents.................................................................................

$25,000
45,059
14,500
370,014
2,900

$25,000
45,748
14,500
364,635
2,500

$25,000
48,476
13,000
350,738
2,500

$25,000
49,374
13,000
397,779
4,000

Total liabilities.......................................................................

$457,474

$452,383

$439,714

$489,153

D
isc o u n t




1

and

LIABILITIES

e p o sit

1

97,098
2,472
9,536
4,000
3

D

Total resources......................................................................

2

n ks

$168,187
7,500
17,830

Stock and bond investments, viz.: Public securities
Real estate owned...........................
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral................................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
Specie.........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

TH E
JULIUS SILBERZWEIG,

PR O GR ESS B A N K

P resid en t.

OF

NEW

YORK

—

N e w

[119 Avenue A; organized 1919]

Y ork

C it y

ALBERT SILBERZWEIG,

A ssista n t C a sh ier .

DIRECTORS
W o lf A in ,

M o r r is F is h b e in ,

A b r a h a m G e is t e n z a n g ,
L e o n S. M o is s e if f ,

C harles K aro n ,
J u l iu s S il b e r z y v e ig .

S te e t o
ta m n f
c n itio
od n
Fb 2 , 1 1
e . 1 99

resources

Total resources................................................................................
L B IT S
IA IL IE
Capital.................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits....................................................
Due depositors, not preferred..................................................................
Rediscounts...........................................................................................
A
cceptances of drafts payable at a fu re date or au orized by com ercial
tu
th
m
letters of credit...................................................................................
O
ther liabilities......................................................................... , ... .
Add for cents.............................................................
Total liabilities................................

. .

S te e t o
ta mn f
c n itio
od n
Sp 1, 11
e t. 2 9 9
$992
1,100
63,193

S te e t o
ta mn f
c n itio
od n
N 1, 11
ov. 2 9 9

8,273
1

$102,296
27,640
419,966
88
143,532
2,548
15,338
600
27,500
16,359
3

8496.984

8755 870

$200,000
39,686
256,161

$200,000
38,831
356,241
130,000

1,137

27,500
3,297
1

$496,984

$755,870

409 386
4,039
10,000

313




.........

S te e t o
ta m n f
c n itio
od n
Jn 3 11
u e 0, 9 9

H a r r y L ig h t ,

Q uarterly^ S ta t e m e n t s

Stock and bond investm
ents, viz.: P
ublic securities..................................
Loans and discounts secu by other collateral.........................................
red
Loans, discounts and bills pu ased not secu by collateral.....................
rch
red
Overdrafts............................................................................................
Due from trust com
panies, banks and bankers..........................................
Specie...................................................................................................
O
ther currency authorized by the law of th U
s
e nited States........................
Cash items............................................................................................
Custom liability on acceptances (p con see liabilities).....................
ers’
er tra,
Assets not included in any of the above heads...........................................
Add for cents........................................................................................

S a u l L ib e r m a n ,

RENSSELAER COUNTY BANK

—

R

ensselaer

E. J. G U ILFO IL, Cashier.

[810 Broadway; organized 1906]

JOHN F. M O N G E R , President.

DIRECTORS
H e n r y J. B e st ,

L edyard C ogsw ell,
ar c h ,

G e o . A. M

J a m e s G u il f o il ,
C h r i s . W. R i l e y ,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

H enry M urrell,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

Capital............................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits......................................
Preferred deposits, viz.: Deposits by the State of New York
Due depositors, not preferred......................................................
Bills payable..................................................................................
Other liabilities..............................................................................
Add for cents.................................................................................

$50,000
37,891
27,000
1,173,085

$50,000
43,588
27,000
1,153,028

$50,000
46,286
27,000
1,374,034

$50,000
42,992
27,000
1,375,528

11,716

16,507

4,231

1

2 1 2 ,0 0 0
8^
422
1

Total liabilities......................................................................

$1,299,693

$1,494,039

$1,513,827

an d

$1,499,752

e p o sit

$1,513,827

D

$1,494,039

3

of

$1,299,693

Total resources.......................................................................

8 ,0 0 0

anks

$64,735
444,048
27,880
165,629
362,878
313,525
7,354
77,766
774
29,642
487
5,029
5

$64,735
642,617
27,860
150,644
318,231
193,540
5,610
50,520
919
22,629
5,732

B

1 1 ,0 0 0
2

$64,735
456,430
27,850
157,969
343,682
251,273
2,394
169,623
531
25,892
916
12,529
3

$64,735
410,064
27,881
157,476
313,461
167,501
2,198
121,579
707
22,051
4,037

ox

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities.........................................................................
Private securities.......................................................................
Real estate owned.........................................................................
Mortgages owned..........................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.......................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral
Overdrafts......................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers.........................
Specie..............................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States. .
Cash items......................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads..........................
Add for cents.................................................................................

Statement cf
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

J o h n F. M u n g e r ,
E d w a r d G . B a il e y .

u a -o iiT

RESOURCES

M a t t h e w A. H e e r a n ,
John K . Spen cer,

LIABILITIES

$1,499,752

isco u n t

i

D




1

R E P U B L IC
THOS. CAPEK,

BANK

OF

NEW

YORK

—

N e w

[1429 First avenue; organized 1910 as Bank of Europe]

P resid en t.

Y ork

C it y

VINCENT W. WOYTISEK,

Cashier.

DIRECTORS
Jos.

A i *p e l ,

E m il

P o i,a k ,

T h o s . C a .p e k ,

L. J. Placer ,

F ica ,
V incent W. W ottisek .
John

RESOURCES

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

V in c e n t P j s e k ,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

M ic h a e l P il n a c e k ,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

jarte k ly

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
$735,043
$817,474
$751,430
$782,424
Public securities...................................................................................................
1,435,373
1,402,191
Private securities.................................................................................................
1,491,192
1,494,198
10,096
10,285
Real estate owned....................................................................................................
10,096
10,096
377,700
385,700
382,700
Mortgages owned.....................................................................................................
395,700
o
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
19,200
19,500
collateral...............................................................................................................
18,900
17,700
322,172
159,259
152,572
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
406,206
689,126
1,048,263
1,034,305
1,199,678
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
170
46
Overdrafts.................................................................................................................
67
17
295,968
233,249
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
234,396
288,088
169,665
150,394
Specie........................................................................................................................
182,339
174,657
330,325
300,790
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
364,800
349,200
11
Cash items.
.......................................................................................................
119
2,448
37,551
Assets not included in any of 35,898
the above heads....................................................
46,648
51,872
5
6
5
Add for cents............................................................................................................
4
$4,611,008

$4,903,990

$5,017,867

$150,000
116,424

$150,000
131,161

$150,000
142,461

$150,000
153,222

941
15,535
3,789,099
204,035
18,414

1,651
112,270
4,205,114
3,308
7,500

2

2

82
112,279
4,467,051
4,150
27,954
3

219
109,402
4,562,240
2,328
40,453
3

$4,294,450

$4,611,008

$4,903,990

$5,017,867

LIABILITIES

Capital......................................................................................................................
Surnlus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.:
Due New York State savings and loan associations, credit unions and land
bank..................................................................................................................
Other deposits secured by pledge of assets.......................................................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
Total liabilities.................................................................................................




315

$4,294,450

S tatem ents

Total resources.................................................................................................

co

RUSHVILLE STATE BANK — R u sh v il le
D A N IE L L. P A D D O C K , President.
D a n ie l

E.

Paddock,

M il t o n J. W il s o n ,

[Main street; organized 1912]
DIRECTORS
C. U n d e r w o o d ,
R o b e r t G. P e r r y ,

H enry
L . C a s e W il l ia m s ,

CH A R LES A. LAZARUS, Cashier.
F rank

B.

L o o m is ,

C harles

A.

L azaru s,

T hales M . Ja c k so n .

RESOURCES

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919
$ 1 5 3 ,1 7 2
5 ,8 7 5
1 ,5 0 0

Other currency authorized by the laws of the Lmited States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................

6 ,7 0 0
4 ,1 5 6
1 6 7 ,3 5 6
203
8 6 ,0 7 7
790
1 2 ,8 8 5
70
3 ,6 5 0
3

5 ,7 5 0
1 2 ,0 3 9
2 0 1 ,0 1 5
119
6 7 ,2 7 9
621
8 ,4 0 3
16
3 ,6 0 0
4

9 ,0 0 0
4 ,1 0 1
2 2 1 ,8 9 6
711
3 8 ,3 3 7
1 ,1 0 9
8 ,1 0 4
48
3 ,5 0 0
2

9 ,0 0 0
1 7 ,7 7 4
2 0 3 ,6 7 7
273
1 2 3 ,7 9 0
919
1 0 ,5 3 9
2 ,7 1 7
4 ,0 0 0
2

Total resources.................................................................................................

$ 4 0 7 ,6 7 6

$ 3 9 8 ,3 1 5

$ 4 0 3 ,7 9 6

$ 5 3 8 ,2 3 8

Capital.......................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.: Deposits by the State of New Y ork..........................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0
2 4 ,4 5 8
1 2 ,5 0 0
3 4 4 ,2 1 8
1 ,5 0 0

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0
2 3 ,9 3 0
1 2 ,5 0 0
3 3 4 ,2 8 4
600
1

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0
2 3 ,6 4 1
1 1 ,0 0 0
3 4 2 ,1 5 4
2 ,0 0 0
1

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0
2 5 ,8 2 1
1 1 ,0 0 0
4 7 3 ,4 1 6
3 ,0 0 0
1

Total liabilities.................................................................................................

$ 4 0 7 ,6 7 6

$ 3 9 8 ,3 1 5

$ 4 0 3 ,7 9 6

$ 5 3 8 ,2 3 8




D is c o u n t

LIABILITIES

D e p o s it a n d

$ 1 0 9 ,5 6 3
5 ,9 2 5
1 ,5 0 0

of

$ 8 9 ,9 8 6
6 ,0 0 0
1 ,5 0 0

T anks

$ 1 1 8 ,2 0 6
6 ,1 0 0
1 ,5 0 0

on

Stock and bond investments, viz.: Public securities.........................................
Real estate owned........................ ...........................................................................
Mortgages owned................................. ...................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mortgage, deed or other real estate
collateral................................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral.................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts....................................................... ' ........................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers....................................................

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

THE SAUGERTIES BANK — S a u g e r t i e s
E. C L A R K R E E D , President.
J i i h n O. S h i j l t s ,
W il l ia m D . B r in n ie r ,

H E N R Y T. K E E N E Y , Cashier.

[258 Main street; organized 1888]
DIRECTORS

E. C lark R eed,
J o h n F . C a r n r ig h t ,

J. C h a r l e s S u d p e r l y ,
N o r v in R . L a s h e r ,

C l in t o n V a n B u s k ir k ,
G eo. F. K aufm an,

RESOURCES

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

R i c h a r d B. O v b r h a u h ,
R o b e r t M a in ,

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

John M cK eefrev,
W in n ie F in c h .

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$81,348
7,400
12,000
19,356
88,405
119,140
218
17,721
4,256
15,582
1,404
19,985
3

$96,299
7,400
12,000
5,724
110,339
114,376
350
27,324
4,396
15,177
1,986
13,465
3

$96,606
7,400
12,000
8,758
108,067
131,499
246
30,480
5,495
14,351
5,467
11,430
2

Total resources.................................................................................................

$355,134

$386,818

$408 83Q

$431,801

$125,000
35,516
38,103
151,806
4,707

$125,000
38,508
33,220
176,606
13,483

$125,000
37,073
35,444
206,330
4,191

2

1

1

$125,000
39,254
36,768
208,136
11,842
10,000
800
1

$355,134

$386.81$

$408 83Q

S tatem ents

$97,032
7,400
12,000
4.670
92,503
96,086
41
12,724
4,319
9.670
1,459
17,227
3

Q uarterly

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities...................................................................................................
Private securities.................................................................................................
Real estate owned...................................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll. . .
Loans and discounts secure by other collateral...................................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral.........................
Overdrafts...................................................................... ..........................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers...................................................
Specie........................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.............................
Cash items................................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads....................................................
Add for cents............................................................................................................
LIABILITIES

Surplus, including all undivided profits................................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.: Due New York State savings banks..........................
Due depositors, not preferred.................................................................................
Due to trust companies, banks and bankers........................................................
Bills payable.............................................................................................................
Other liabilities.........................................................................................................
Idd for cents............................................................................................................
Total liabilities.................................................................................................

$431 sm

317




800

C
w
GO

TH E SCHOHARIE COUNTY BANK — S ch oharie
CHARLES M. THROOP,
C harles

M.

T hboop,

John

P.

ROBERT A. DEWEY,

[Main street; organized 1888]

P resid en t.

C ashier.

DIRECTORS
Van

Vbchte:

RESOURCES

Stock and bond investments, viz.:
Public securities..............................................................................................
Private securities............................................................................................
Real estate owned..............................................................................................
Mortgages owned...............................................................................................
Loans and discounts secured by bond and mtg., deed or other real est. coll
Loans and discounts secured by other collateral............................................
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secured by collateral....................
Overdrafts...........................................................................................................
Due from trust companies, banks and bankers..............................................
Specie...................................................................................................................
Other currency authorized by the laws of the United States.......................
Cash items...........................................................................................................
Assets not included in any of the above heads...............................................
Add for cents......................................................................................................

C h a s. Sh o lte s,

I saac V an V e ch ten ,

Statement of
condition
Feb. 21, 1919

Statement of
condition
June 30, 1919

W m . B . C o i/ y e r ,

Statement of
condition
Sept. 12, 1919

Statement of
condition
Nov. 12, 1919

$274,192
304,167
2,500
84,190

$180,803
350,929
2,500
80,919

$113,800
368,797
2,500
81,719

$113,124
376,941
2,500
81,211

21,500
103,703
623
88,801
522
14,737
1,725
8,500
4

24,022
132,581
1,057
84,840
1,071
15,860
2,078
9,800
3

19,900
126,626
465
98,359
593
16,425
1,749
10,500
3

27,700
127,552
703
114,595
1,004
14,595
1,244
12,500

$905,164

$886,463

$841,436

$875,339

Capital.................................................................................................................
Surplus, including all undivided profits...........................................................
Preferred deposits, viz.: Deposits by the State of New Y ork....................
Due depositors, not preferred...........................................................................
Other liabilities...................................................................................................
Add for cents......................................................................................................

$25,000
42,908
731,427
105,828

$25,000
45,806
14,500
721,356
79,800

$25,000
49,837
13,000
743,098
10,500

$25,000
49,154
13,000
782,385
5,800

Total liabilities............................................................................................

$905,164

$886,463

$841,436

$875,339

Total resources............................................................................................

1,668

2

LIABILITIES




1

1

1

I kport on B a n k s o f D e p o s it a n d D is c o u n t

A r th u r H . W oo d s,
R obert A. D ew ey.

SEASIDE BANK — W e s t H am pto n B each
E R A S T US F. POST, President.
E rastos
W il l a r d

F.
F.

P o st,
Jaoger,

H E R M O N D. BISHOP, Cashier.

[Main street; organized 1904]
DIRECTORS

H e n r y G a r d in e r ,
H e k m o n D. B i s h o p ,

E r n e s t H . B is h o p ,
S il a s A . T u t t l e ,

M o r r is R . P h il l ip s ,
S t e p h e n F. G r i f f i n g ,

RS UCS
EO RE
Stock and bond investm
ents, viz.:
P
ublic securities.................................................................................
Private securities................................................................................
Real estate owned.................................................................................
M
ortgages owned..................................................................................
Loans and discounts secu by bond an m d or oth rea est. coll. . .
red
d tg., eed
er l
Loans and discounts secu by other collateral........................................
red
Loans, discounts and bills purchased not secu by collateral.....................
red
Overdrafts............................................................................................
Due from trust com
panies, banks and bankers..........................................

S tem n o
ta e t f
c n itio
od n
Fb 2 , 1 1
e . 1 09

H e r b e r t C . T t j t h il l ,
W m . H . W in t e r s .

S te e t o
ta m n f
c n itio
od n
Jn 3 11
u e 0, 9 9

A lan so n P. R o g ers,

S te e t o
ta m n f
c n itio
od n
Sp 1, 11
e t. 2 9 9

S te e t o
ta mn f
c n itio
od n
Nv 1, 11
o . 2 99

$16,950
34,037
2,000
3,700
4,695
17,935
118,951
409
22,979
2,252
10,000
21,505
4

$30,760
33,987
2,000
3,700
4,678
112,435
103,772
192
71,495
2,849
8,000
38,126
4

$55,521
33,987
2,000
3,700
4,678
106,325
98,744
317
19,149
2,964
8,000
4,289
4

Total resources...............................................................................
L B IT S
IA IL IE
Capital.................................................................................................
Surplus, including all u
ndivided profits....................................................
Due depositors, not preferred..................................................................
Due to trust com
panies, banks and bankers..............................................
B payable.........................................................................................
ills
O
ther liabilities.....................................................................................
Add for cents........................................................................................

$260,731

$255,417

$411,998

$339,678

$25,000
22,089
213,111

$25,000
24,064
362,438

$25,000
28,506
287,152
544

550
1

$25,000
22,056
182,735
79
25,000
'545
2

495
1

475
1

Total liabilities...............................................................................

$260,731

$255,417

$411,998

$339,678

O
ther cu cy authorized by the law of th U
rren
s
e nited States........................
Assets not included in any of the above heads...........................................
Add for cents.................................................................