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ANNUAL REPORT
OF THE

COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY
TO THE

THIRD SESSION OF THE FIFTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS

OF

THE UNITED STATES.

DECEMBER

5, 19O4.

IN THREE VOLUMES.
V O L U M E I.

WASHINGTON:
GOVERNMENT PRINTING




19 0 4 .

OFFICE.




TREASURY DEPARTMENT,
Document No. 2370 A.

Vol. 1.

Comptroller of the Currency.

CONTENTS.
Condition of national banks
Analysis of reports
Classification of loans
•.
Reserve
Rates for money in New York
Clearing-house exchanges
Earnings, dividends, and taxes
Taxation of bank stock by States
Expenses of the Bureau
Shares and shareholders of national banks
Women shareholders of national banks
Organization of national banks
Conversion and reorganization of State banks
Voluntary liquidations, expiration, and extension of charters
Insolvent national banks
Capital, bonds, and circulation
Profit on national-bank circulation
Banks without circulation
Life of national-bank and United States notes
Stock of money in the world
Stock of money in the United States
Foreign banks of issue
Foreign savings banks
Foreign postal savings banks
Savings banks, British colonies
Banking- power of the world
State, savings, private banks, loan and trust companies
Consolidated returns from banks other than national
Comparative statement, national and other banks in 1893,1903, and 1904
State and private bank failures
Savings banks
Growth of banking in the United States
Individual deposits in national and other banks, 1892, 1896, 1900, and 1904
Building and loan associations
School savings banks
Banking in the island possessions
Banking in Central and South America and the West Indies
Banks and banking in Japan
Debts of the Central and South American Republics, etc
Conclusion and recommendations

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CONTENTS OF APPENDIX,
No. 1. Comptrollers and deputy comptrollers of the currency
No. 2. Names and compensation of officers and clerks in the office of the Comptroller of the
Currency October 31, 1904
No. 3. National-bank examiners
No. 4. Expenses of the office of the Comptroller of the Currency for the year ended June 30,
1904
No. 5. Number of national banks organized, number now in operation, and the number passed
out of the system since February 25, 1863
No. 6. Number and authorized capital of national banks organized and number and capital of
banks closed in each year ended October 31 since the establishment of the national
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No. 7. Number of national banks organized, in liquidation, and in operation, with their capital, bonds on deposit, and circulation issued, redeemed, and outstanding on October
31, 1904
74
No. 8. Number of national banks organized, in voluntary liquidation, insolvent, and number
and capital of associations in active operation on January 1 of each year, from 1864
to 1904
75
No. 9. National banks chartered during the year ended October 31, 1904
76
No. 10. Number, and capital of State banks converted into national banking associations, by
States
85
No. 11. Capital, average par value and number of shareholders of national banks, July, 1904... 86
No. 12. Number and capital of national banks in each State extended under the act of July 12,
1882
87
No. 13. Number and capital of national banks extended under the act of April 12, 1902
87
No. 14. National banks the corporate existence of which expired during the year ended October 31, 1904, and succeeding associations
87
No. 15. National banks the corporate existence of which will expire for the first time during
the year ending October 31, 1905, with the date of expiration
88
No. 16. National banks the corporate existence of which will expire for the second time during
the year ending October 31, 1905
90
No. 17. Authorized capital stock of national banks on the first day of each month from January
1,1876, to November 1,1904, bonds on deposit to secure circulation, circulation secured
by bonds, lawful money on deposit to redeem circulation, and national-bank notes
outstanding, including notes of national gold banks
99
No. 18. Changes in capital, bonds, and circulation of national banks, by geographical divisions. 105
No. 19. Decrease or increase of national-bank circulation during each of the years ended October
31, 1897 to 1904
110
No. 20. National-bank circulation issued, lawful money deposited to retire circulation, from
June 20, 1874, to October 31,1904, and the amount on deposit, by States, at the latter
date
Ill
No. 21. National-bank notes outstanding, lawful money on deposit to redeem circulation, bonds
on deposit to secure circulation, and public deposits on October 31, 1904, with the
changes during the preceding year and the preceding month
112
No. 22. Yearly increase or decrease in national-bank circulation from January 14, 1875, to
October 31, 1904
113
No. 23. National-bank notes issued, redeemed, and outstanding, by denominations and amounts,
on October 31, 1864 to 1904, inclusive
114
No. 24. National gold bank notes issued, redeemed, and outstanding Oetober 31, 1904
117
No. 25. National-bank notes of each denomination outstanding March 13, 1900, and October 31,
1900 to 1904
117
No. 26. National-bank notes outstanding and the amount and per cent of notes of $5 on March
14, 1900, and October 31,1900 to 1904
117
No. 27. Number and denominations of national-bank notes issued and redeemed since the
organization of the system, and the number outstanding October 31, 1904
118
No. 28. Vault account of currency received and issued by this Bureau during the year
118
No. 29. National banks having no circulation outstanding October 31, 1904
118
No. 30. Additional circulation issued and retired, by States, during the year ended October 31,
1904, and the total amount issued and retired since June 20, 1874
119
No. 31. National-bank notes received monthly for redemption during the year by the Comptroller and the redemption agency of the Treasury, together with the total amount
received since June 20, 1874
120
No. 32. National-bank notes received at this Bureau and destroyed yearly since the establishment of the system
121
No. 33. National-bank circulation issued; the amount and per cent redeemed and destroyed on
account of active, liquidating, and insolvent national banks, annually, to October 31,
1904
121
No. 34. Vault account of currency received and destroyed during the year
121
No. 35. Taxes assessed on circulation, deposits, and capital of national banks from 1864 to 1882. 122
No. 36. Taxes assessed on capital and deposits of national banks from 1864 to 1883, on circulation
1864 to 1904, and on capital and surplus, 1898 to 1902
122
No. 37. Taxes assessed on national-bank circulation, 1864 to 1904; cost of redemption, 1874 to 3904;
cost of plates, and examiners' fees, 1883 to 1904
123
No. 38. Taxes collected on national-bank capital to June 1, 1883, and from 1898 to 1902; on
deposits to June 1, 1883, and on circulation, 1864 to 1904
123
No. 39. Taxes collected on circulation, deposits, and capital of banks other than national, 1864
to 1883, and on capital, 1898 to 1902
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No. 40. Average amount of national-bank notes in circulation and duty paid thereon, year
ended June 30, 1904
124
No. 41. Specie and bank-note circulation of the United States from 1800 to 1859.
125
No. 42. Coin and paper circulation of the United States, 1860 to 1904
126
No. 43. State-bank notes outstanding and percentage of, to total money in the country, 1800 to
1863
127
No. 44. National-bank notes outstanding and percentage of, to total money in the country, 1864
to 1904
127
No. 45. Number, capital, circulation, aggregate assets of national banks October, 1863, to September 6,1904, money in the country, etc
128
No. 46. Gold value of currency in the New York market, 1802 to 1878
132
No. 47. Currency value of go]d in the New York market, 1862 to 1878
133
No. 48. United States bonds on deposit to secure circulating notes of national banks on June 30,
1865 to 1904, and amount owned and held by banks for other purposes, including those
deposited to secure public deposits
134
No. 49. United States bonds on deposit to secure circulating1 notes of national banks on October
31,1882 to 1901
136
No. 50. Interest-bearing bonded debt of the United States, 1865 to 1904
138
No. 51. Pront on national-bank circulation based on deposit of $100,000 consols of 1930
139
No. 52. United States bonds, monthly range of prices in New York, 1860 to October 31, 1904
139
No. 53. Investment value of United States bonds
178
No. 54. Number of national banks in each State, etc., capital, bonds on deposit to secure circulation on September 6, 1904, minimum amount of bonds required, and excess on
deposit September 6, 1904, and September 9, 1903
179
No. 55. Number of national banks in each State, etc., with capital of $150,000 and under in
September, 1903 and 1904
181
No. 56» Number of national banks in each State, etc., with capital exceeding $150,000 in September, 1903 and 1904
182
No. 57. Comparative statement of the resources and liabilities of national banks, 1864 to 1904... 183
No. 58. Abstract of the resources and liabilities of national banks on September 6, 1904, in New
York, all central reserve cities, other reserve cities, and elsewhere, and the aggregate
in the United States
186
No. 59. Highest and lowest points reached in the principal items of resources and liabilities of
national banks during the existence of the system
187
No. 60. Percentages of loans, United States bonds, and lawful money to the aggregate resources
of national banks, 1866, 1890 to 1904
187
No. 61. Classification of loans made by national banks in reserve cities, etc., in September, 1900
to 1904
188
No. 62. Classification of loans by national banks in New York City for the last six years
189
No. 63. Classification of loans and discounts in national banks in the reserve cities, etc., on September 6, 1904
190
No. 64. Loans and discounts, capital, surplus, other undivided profit, and circulation of national
banks on September 6, 1904
192
No. 65. Specie and circulation of national banks at date of each report from November 17, 1903,
to September 6, 1904
194
No. 66. Gold, silver, coin certificates, legal tenders, and currency certificates held by national
banks at date of each report since January 20, 1877
214
No. 67. Specie held by national banks in New York City at date of each report since February
28, 1894
220
No. 68. Deposits and reserve of national banks on or about October 1, 1878, to 1904
222
No. 69. Lawful money reserve of national banks November 17, 1903, to September 6, 1904
224
No. 70. Deposits in national banks, reserve required and held November 17, 1903, to September
6, 1904
244
No. 71. Net deposits of national banks, reserve required and held on three dates in 1899 to 1904. 245
No. 72. Lawful money reserve of national banks at date of each report since September 20,1898. 248
No. 73. Abstract of reports of earnings and dividends of national banks from September 1, 1903,
to September 1, 1-904
250
No. 74. Ratios to capital and to capital and surplus of the earnings and dividends of national
banks in each State, etc., from March 1, 1900, to September 1, 1904
258
No. 75. Number of national banks, capital, surplus, dividends, net earnings, etc., 1870 to 1904... 262
No. 76. Individual deposits in State savings, private banks, loan and trust companies, and
national banks by States and geographical divisions, 1892, 1896, 1900, and 1904
263
No. 77. National banks in voluntary liquidation under the provisions of sections 5220 and 5221,
United States Revised Statutes
271
No. 78. National banks in liquidation under section 7, act July 12, 1882, succeeded by associations with the same or different titles
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No. 79. National banks in voluntary liquidation under the provisions of ^ sections 5220 and 5221,
United States Revised Statutes, for the purpose of organizing new associations under
the same or different titles
297
No. 80. National banks in liquidation under section 7, act July 12, 1882, etc
300
No. 81. Number of national banking associations placed in voluntary liquidation and terminated by expiration of charters, including those succeeded by reorganizations, annually, 1864 to 1904
302
No. 82. National banks in charge of receivers, dates of organization and failure, cause of failure,
dividends paid while solvent, circulation issued, redeemed, and outstanding, 1865 to
1904, inclusive
304
No. 83. Insolvent national banks, dates of failure and final liquidation, assets, collections, dividends paid, etc., 1865 to 1904
328
No. 84. Capital, bonds, nominal assets at date of failure, and disposition of assets of insolvent
national banks the affairs of which have been finally closed, 1865 to 1904
360
No. 85. Capital, nominal assets, etc., of insolvent national banks, in each State, the affairs of
which have been finally closed
386
No. 86. Capital, assets, etc., of national banks which failed in each year from 1865 to 1904, the
affairs of which have been finally closed
389
No. 87. Capital, surplus, and other liabilities of national banks which failed during the year
ended October 31, 1904
:
393
No. 88. National-bank receiverships in an inactive condition
394
No. 89. National-bank receiverships closed during the year ended October 31, 1904
394
No. 90. Dividends paid to creditors of insolvent national banks during the year 1904
394
No. 91. Comparative statement of the transactions of the New York clearing house for the last
fifty-one years
396
No. 92. Comparative statement for two years of the transactions of the New York clearing
house
396
No. 93. Exchanges, balances, percentage of balances to exchanges, and percentage of funds used
in settlement of balances by the New York clearing house, 1892 to 1904, inclusive
397
No. 94. Comparative statement of the exchanges of the clearing houses of the United States for
the years ended September 30, 1904 and 1903
397
No. 95. Clearing-house transactions of the assistant treasurer of the United States at New York
for the year ended September 30, 1904
398
No. 96. Exchanges of clearing houses of the United States, by geographical divisions, 1896 to
1904
399
No. 97. Monetary systems and stocks of money in the principal countries of the world in 1904.. 402
STATE BANK AND MISCELLANEOUS
I.
II.
III.
IV.
V.
VI.
VII.
VIII.
IX.
X.
XI.
XII.
XIII.
XIV.
XV.
XVI.
XVII.
XVIII.
XIX.
XX.

STATISTICS.

Abstract of reports of condition of State banks
Abstract of reports of condition of loan and trust companies
Abstract of reports of condition of private banks
Abstract of reports of condition of mutual and stock savings banks
Aggregate resources and liabilities of loan and trust companies from 1898
Aggregate resources and liabilities of savings banks from 1898
Aggregate resources and liabilities of private banks from 1899
Resources and liabilities of State banks, loan and trust companies, savings and private
banks, 1903-4
Gold, silver, and other money held by banks other than national, 1903-4
Gold, silver, and other money held by State banks, 1873 to 1904
Dividends paid by State banks, trust companies, and private banks, 1904
Capital stock of national and other banks on or about July 1, 1903
Population of the United States and aggregate resources of national and other banks
on or about June 30, 1904
Aggregate resources, in millions of dollars, of national and other banks on or about
June 30, 1904
Number, assets, and liabilities of State and private banks which failed during the year
ended June 30, 1904
Number and capital of State, etc., banks organized during the year
Abstracts and reports of condition of loan and trust companies in the District of
Columbia
Resources and liabilities of the first bank of the United States
Resources and liabilities of the Second Bank of the United States, 1817 to 1840
Number, capital, circulation, deposits, specie, and loans of colonial and State banks, on
dates indicated, from 1774 to 1833




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XXI. Comparative statement of the principal items of resources and liabilities of State banks
from 1834 to 1872
438
XXII. Comparative statement of resources and liabilities of State banks from 1873 to 1904
440
XXIII. Resources and liabilities of all banks in the United States, 1864-1904
442
XXIV. Summary of reports of condition of banking institutions in the Philippine Islands on
March 31 and June 30, 1904
444
XXV. Summary of Philippine bank reports on March 31,1904
445
XXVI. Summary of Alabama State Bank Reports October 31, 1904
448
FOREIGN BANKS AND BANKING,
Argentina
Bolivia
Brazil
Chile
Colombia
Costa Rica
Cuba
Dominican Republic
Ecuador
Guatemala
Haiti
Honduras
Mexico
Panama
Peru
Salvador
Uruguay
Venezuela
Japan
Resources and liabilities, in thousands of pounds sterling, of the banks of the United Kingdom, colonial and foreign banks with London offices, at the close of December, 1903, and
. June, 1904
Summary of reports of chartered banks of Canada, August 31, 1904
Summary of reports of banks of Australasia, December 31, 1903
Summary of Mexican bank reports, June 30,1904

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456
459
466
471
474
477
478
479
480
483
484
484
492
493
495
498
500
504

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510
510
510

SUMMARIES AND ABSTRACTS OF NATIONAL BANK REPORTS.
Aggregate resources and liabilities of national banks from 1863 to 1904
Abstracts of reports of condition of the national banking associations since September 9,1903...
Summary of the state and condition of national banks from November 17, 1903, to September 6,
1904
Summary of principal items of resources and liabilities of the national banks, by States, from
1863 to 1904
Index, text of the report
Index, appendix of the report




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REPORT
OF

THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT,
OFFICE OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY,

Washington, Decemher 5, 190Jf.

SIR: In compliance with the requirements of section 833 of the
Revised Statutes of the United States, the forty-second annual report
of the operations of the Currency Bureau for the year ended October
31, 1904, is herewith submitted.
CONDITION OF NATIONAL BANKS.

The resources and liabilities of the banks in active operation, as shown
by the periodical reports made during the past year, appear in detail
in the following table:
ABSTRACTS OF REPORTS OF CONDITION OF NATIONAL BANKS IN THE UNITED STATES
FROM NOVEMBER 17, 1903, TO SEPTEMBER 6,
1904.

Nov. 17, 1903,
I 6,118 banks.

J a n . 22, 1904,
5,180 b a n k s .

Mar. 28, 1904,
5,232 b a n k s .

J u n e 9, 1904,
5,331 b a n k s .

S e p t . 6, 1904,

5,412 b a n k s .

RESOURCES.

Loans and discounts.. $3,425,085,581.26 $3,469,195,043.53 $3,544 ,998,559.32 $3,595,013,467.47 $3,726,151,419.4
Overdrafts
51,399,000.""
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26,800,'926.99
42,401,729. 64
).36
30,726,878."
31,777,951. ""
76
U. S. bonds to secure
409,977,250.00 418,408,840. 00
380,644,780. OOJ 387,499,420 .00 394,118, 300.
circulation
U. S. bonds to secure
142,866,870. 00; 140,884,120..00 130,099,780.00J 110, 511,810.00 108, 602,050.00
U. S. deposits
Other bonds to secure
48,426,716.
10,645.848.
11,658,788.57
28,739,562. 30i 30,018,612.
U. S. deposits
13,165, 550. oo;
17, 535, 765.
13,210,760. 00
3,855,290. 00! 10,578,250.
U. S. bonds on hand..
Premiums on U. S.
16,478,869.
16,378,170. 69
16,435,972. 00
16,210,618.53
15,812,754.
bonds
532,837,907. 50 566,252,212.
527,740,516.
589,241,085.60
Bonds, securities, etc. 516,255,021.
Banking house, fur113,693,796. 19 1 1 7 , 0 3 6 , 3 7 1 . 3 3 119,753, 526. 61
niture, and fixtures. 110,089, 946. 76) 111,954,063.
Other r e a l e s t a t e
20,821,485. 49
20, 793,479. 17
20, 330, 281.8t>
20,488,833, 74| 20,840, 620.
owned
Due from, n a t i o n a l
289,418,963. 3l| 289,397, 500.
302,216,207.73
banks
282, 606,341. 44! 294,555,081.
Due from State banks
94,818, 426. 33;
92, 347,171.
97,482,450.17
• and bankers
114,558,120. 391 104,151,933.
Due from approved
503,984,736. 59! , 498,103,879.
562,610,307. 64
reserve agents
437,179,855. 44! 494,706,418.
Internal-revenue
21,989,
18,320. 50;
15,412.
10,145.08
stamps
29,706.
Checks and other cash
22,357, 282,
23,623,776. 37;
items
24,444, 773.
30,534,081.53
24,527,239.
Exchanges for clear181,824,329. 19; 147,704,918.
234,896,480,
ing house
213,166,623. 62
179,111,324.
Bills of other national
25,524, 600.0
28,336,554.
28,795,425. 00
26,826,955.00
banks
25,510,101.
Fractional currency,
1,708,711.2
1,809,066.8
1,793,498.08
1,596,933.. 76
1,839,590.
nickels, and cents..
111,296,409.2
108,439,861.30
102, 968, 257..85| 107,699,552.
109,154, 988. o
Gold coin
Gold Treasury certificates
110,020,660.00! 146,028,950.00 148,464,700.001 161,155,120.00J 175,077,020.00




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EEPORT OF THE COMPTEOLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

ABSTRACTS OF REPORTS OF CONDITION OF NATIONAL BANKS IN THE UNITED STATES
FROM NOVEMBER 17, 1903, TO SEPTEMBER 6, 1904—Continued.
Nov. 17,1903,
5,118 banks.

Jan. 22,1904,
5,180 banks.

Mar. 28,1904,
5,232 banks.

J u n e 9, 1904,
5,331 banks.

Sept. 6, 1904,
5,412 banks.

825,730,000.00

$45,765,000.00

$38,360,000.00

$36,880,000.00

$53,655,000.00

67,584, 000.00
10,044, 184.00

62,661, 000.00
11,676, 304.00

689,500.
090,134.

82,278,000.00
11,209,634.00

80, 969,000.00
9, 880, 982.00

53,084, 545.00
8,863, 778.90

69,105, 776.00
10,254, 970.43

472,250.
185,697.

76,251, 788.00
9,593, 193.97

67, 532,494.00
9, 194, 578. 23

378,290, 425.75
142,325, 352.00

453,191,553.21
161,434,599.00

464 417,270.
153 098,314.

488,664,145. 25
169,729,173.00

504, 748,935. 53
156, 707, 594.00

18,497,340.13

18,859,350.37

19,073,100.

19,893,556.27

20, 398, 096.83

2,717,098.62

4,936,083.83

4,080,562.52

3, 246,286.43

RESOURCES—cont' d.
Gold Treasury certificates payable to
order
Gold clearing-house
certificates
Silver dollars
Silver Treasury certificates
Silver fractional coin.
Total specie
Legal-tender notes . . .
Five per cent redemption fund
Due from U. S. Treasurer
Total

3,217,924.18

, 302,187,477.85 6,576,878,163.01 6,605,995,616.85 6,655,988,686. 63 6,975,086,504.05

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid i n . 758,315,170.00 765,861,640.00 765,974,753.00 767,378,148.00 770,777,854.00
Surplus fund
375,503,102.21 385,531,867.71| 385,095,944.68 389,647,338.44 396,505, 508.50
Undivided profits, less
expenses and taxes. 189,589,034.21 177,724,873.43 189,436, 751.76 191,991,189.60 186,631,539.44
National-bank notes
outstanding
376,239,205.00 380,992,307.50 385,908,200.00 399,583,837.50 411,231,095.50
State-bank notes outstanding
42,663.50
42,780.50
42,769.50
42,663. 50
42,663.50
Due to other national
banks
606,869,237. 76 692, 737, 731. 36J 718,624,303.93 702,246,470.28 764,571,716.63
Due to State banks
and bankers
275,787,832. 92 293,840,487.63J 298,602,728.11 283,670,678.33 319,779,238.55
Due to trust companies and savings
banks
244,274,471. 35 302,100,678.39 333,254,128.58 392,717,484.58 445,565,539.39
Due to approved reserve agents
32,403, 516. 92
33,515,194.04
34,235, 676.95
36,827, 711.84
31,335,847.05
Dividends unpaid
1,321, 366. b'.
1,090,766.41
1,815, 919. 90
1,259, 590.4i
973,952.81
Individual deposits... 3,176,201, 572.89 3, 300,619, 898.45 3, 254,470, 858.74 3,312;
"1,439,840.99 3, 458,216,667.90
U. S. deposits
103,014,689.86 100,965,682.92
153,276, 818.87 155,399, 160.97 151,796, 041.59 ~~~
Deposits of U. S. dis619.82
8,437, 419.97
7,
bursing officers
7,328,801.23
9,801,247.87
9,236, 061.13
51,035, 648.12
34,284,485.22
Bonds borrowed
35,058,315. 78
43,227, 605.01
44,970, 726.88
Notes and bills redis6,317, 143. 4'
13,180, 199.34
counted
8,725,501. 78
7, 896, 230.67
11,881,678.43
17, 767, 314. 24
21,869,980.54
36,512, 775.35
25,458,378.85
20,146, 056.17
Bills payable
Liabilities other than
those above
5,844,309.02
5,066,517.68
5,506,833.']
7,063,407.49
5,667,785.77
Total

6,302,187,477.85 6,576,878,163.016,605,995,616.85 6,655,988,686. 63 6,975,086,504.05

An examination of the periodical statements shows that the number
of reporting banks has increased from 5,042 on September 9, 1903,
to 5,412 on September 6, 1904, and that there has been a gradual
increase during the year in the aggregate resources of these associations from $6,310,429,966.37on September9,1903, to $6,975,086,504.05,
the increase being $664,656,537.68. With the exception of the United
States and other bonds on deposit in the Treasury Department to secure
public deposits, and the holdings of silver and of legal tenders, there
has been an increase in every item of resources, the principal increase
being in loans and discounts, amounting to $244,704,647.44, or from
$3,481,446,772.04 to $3,726,151,419.48. The increase in bonds on
deposit to secure circulation was $36,839,860; other United States and
miscellaneous bonds, etc., $42,295,209.56; and in holdings of specie,
including coin certificates, $107,192,767.59. The banks' holdings of
specie and legal-tender notes on September 9,1903, were $554,306,026.94,
and on September 6, 1904, they were $661,456,529.53.



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11

The paid-in capital stock has gradually increased since September,
1903, from $753,722,658 to $770,777,854, or an increase of $17,055,196.
The surplus and undivided profits aggregate $583,137,047.94, an
increase of $26,765,598.02 during the past year. The deposits of the
banks—individual, Government, and bank—amounting to nearly 75
per cent of the total liabilities, aggregated $5,130,235,940.31, a net
increase during the year of $597,804,693.93.
From an examination of the table appearing in the appendix, relating to the classification of loans and discounts of national banks, held on
September 6,1904, and to the accompanying summary, it will be noted
that nearly 22 per cent of the total volume of loans is held by the
banks located in the city of New York; over 29 per cent by the banks
located in New York, Chicago, and St. Louis; about 54 per cent by
the banks located in the central and other reserve cities, leaving 46
per cent as the proportion of the loans in banks located elsewhere than
in the reserve cities. In September, 1903, approximately 18 per cent
of the loans was in the New York banks, 26 per cent in the New York,
Chicago, and St. Louis banks, nearly 52 per cent in all reserve city
banks, and 48 per cent in banks located elsewhere than in reserve cities.
The summary mentioned is as follows:
1904.

1903.

Loans.

Banks in—

Loans.

Amount.
New York
New York
Chicago

Total

Amount.

Per cent.

$807,264,703

*

St. Louis
Other reserve cities.
All reserve cities
Country

Per cent.

I

id. 6

$631,565,824

18.1

1,090,374,043

29.2

902,294,038

25.9

919,232,812
2,009,606,855
1,716,544,564

24.6
53.9
46.0

900, 365,628
1, 802, 659,666
1,678,787,106

25.8
51.8
48.2

3,726,151,419

3,481,446,772

The character and amount of each class of the banks' loans in
September, 1904, were as follows: Demand paper, with one or
more individual or firm names, $279,779,356; time, single-name
paper, $611,024,135; demand paper, secured by bonds, stocks, etc.,
$818,937,913; time paper, secured by bonds, stocks, etc., $699,702,946;
time paper, two or more individual or firm names, $1,316,707,069.
The law requires national banking associations located in reserve
cities to maintain a reserve of 25 per cent on their deposit liabilities,
and banks located elsewhere a reserve of 15 per cent. On September
•9, 1903, the banks located in the central reserve cities, with deposit liabilities of $1,021,574,470.24, held an average reserve of 26.54 per cent;
other reserve city banks, on liabilities of $1,032,473,203.18, a reserve
of 25.30; country banks, on liabilities of $1,809,464,438.83, an average
reserve of 17.59. The aggregate deposit liabilities were $3,863,512,112.25 and the average reserve 22.02 percent. On September6,1904,
the central reserve city banks' deposit liabilities were $1,340,729,685.89
and the reserve held 27.28 per cent; other reserve city banks, with liabilities of $1,155,738,806.61, held a reserve of 25.39, the average for
all reserve city banks being 26.41. On deposit liabilities of $1,904,467,117.14 the country banks held an average reserve of 17.21. The
aggregate deposit liabilities of all national banks, amounting to $4,400.
935,409.64, were protected by an average reserve of 22.43 per cent.



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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

It will be noted that in September, 1904, the proportion of loans
and discounts was 53.4 per cent of the total assets, and this is the lowest proportion, with the exception of the years 1900 and 1901, since
1890, when it was 74.3 per cent. An examination of the records shows
that generally there was a gradual decrease in the percentage of loans
to the aggregate resources from 1890 to 1896, the rate on the latter
date being 67.1. In the fall of the year following the proportion had
dropped to 55.3 per cent and to 54.2 in 1898, since which date that
ratio, with slight fluctuations, has existed. In this connection the
relation of capital and individual deposits to the banks' liabilities is
interesting. Practically one-half of the banks' resources are represented by the individual deposits, and that proportion has been almost
constant since 1880. The proportion of resources to capital, however, nearly doubled between 1880 and 1904. From 1880 to 1893 the
resources averaged about four and one-half times the amount of capital;
from 1894 to 1896,fivetimes the capital, and gradually increased to eight
and three-fourths times in 1902. The resources were approximately
eight and one-half times the volume of capital stock in 1903 and 1904.
In connection with the foregoing, the following table, furnished to
this office through the courtesy of the William B. Dana Company, of
New York, relating to the range and average monthly rates for mone}^
in the New York market during the year ended October 31,1904, will
be found of much interest.
1904.

1903.
Character of loans.
Call loans:
Stock exchange—
Range
Average
Banks and trust companies.
Time loans:
Thirty days
Sixty days
Ninety days
Four months
Five months
Six months
Seven months
Commercial paper:
Double names—
Choice, 60 to 90 days
Single n a m e s Prime, 4 to 6 months
Good, 4 to 6 months

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

2 to 9

14 to 6
2
2 to 3

14 to 2

34 to 44
3 to 44
3 to 5
3 | to 5
3J to 5
4 to 5

2 | to 2 |
3 "to 4
3 to 4*
3 | to 4i
3* to 44
3f to 44

14 to 2
1*
If to 2
24 to n

ltolf
14
lto If

6
6
54 to 6
54 to 6
54 to 6
54 to 6

3 to 9
54
34 to 6
54 to 6
5i to 6
44 to 6
44 to 6
44 to 6
44 to 6

24 to 2f
3 to 34
3£ to 4
3£ to 4
3$ to 4*
3fto4

2£
11
2*
3
3£
3*

5f to 6

54 to 6

44 to 5£

44 to 5 I 4J to 5

3f to 44

6 to 64
64 to 7

5fto6
6 to 7

4$ to 54
5 to 6

4f to 5£
54to6

H to 5i
5 to 6

3£ to 44
44 to 5

Sept.

Oct.

5 to 6

If to 28

to 24
to 3
to 3|
to 34
to 3*
to 4

1904.

Character of loans.
Call loans:
Stock exchange—
Range
Average
Banks and trust companies.
Time loans:
Thirty days
Sixty days
Ninety days
Four months
Five months
Six months
Seven months
Commercial paper:
Double n a m e s Choice, 60 to 90 days
Single names—
Prime, 4 to 6 months
Good, 4 to 6 months

May.

June.

4 to 24

If
li to 2
2
2
24
3
3
34

to
to
to
to
to
to

3|
3|
3|
34
4
4

3f to 4i
3f to 44
44 to 5

4 to 24!
1 to 14
1| to 2f
1* to 2f
24 to 3
24 to 3
3 to 34
3£ to 4
34 to 4J

July.

I Aug.

4 to li

f to li

I to 24

H
1 toll

2i
2i
3
3

(a)

2
2
to 24 2 to 24
to 3£ 3 to 34
to 3i
34
to3f ,
34

3^ to 3f I
3 to

34 to 44 34 to 4i
4 to 5 4 to 5

2 to
24 to
34 to
34 to
34 to
3f to

34
3f
4
4
4
4

14 to 24

1?

2 to 24
3 to 34
31 to 32
3ito4
34 to 4
34 to 4

34 to 4

3* to 4f

4 to4f

3£ to 44
44 to 5

4 to 5
44 to 6

4 to 5
54 to 6

a No loans by trust companies on call because of low rates.



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13

CLEARING-HOUSE EXCHANGES.

Through the courtesy of Mr. William Sherer, manager of the New
York clearing house, statistics have been compiled and furnished to
this office covering the amount of exchanges of the clearing houses in
the United States for the year ended September 30, 1904, and separately the operations of the New York clearing house for the same
period, showing in addition to the aggregate clearings and balances
the amount and kinds of money passing in settlement, together with
the transactions of the association with the Assistant Treasurer of the
United States at New York.
The volume of exchanges of the 98 clearing houses of the United
States amounted to 1102,150,313,982, against $113,963,298,913 for the
year ended September 30, 1903, the net decrease being $11,812,984,931.
The amount of exchanges of the principal clearing houses, and of
those exceeding one billion dollars, are as follows:
New York
Chicago
Boston
Philadelphia
St. Louis
Pittsburg
San Francisco
Cincinnati
Baltimore
Kansas City

$59, 672, 796, 804
8, 808, 093, 268
6,419, 272,150
5,491,236, 568
2, 682, 218, 323
1,986,720,497
1, 513, 927, 257
1,196, 854, 400
1, 097, 603, 459
1, 096, 400, 926

It is a notable fact that the number of banks which are members of
the New York clearing house for the year 1904 is less than in any }rear
since 1864, when the number was 49. The capital stock, however, has
increased from the latter date, when it was $68,586,763, to $115,972,700.
The clearings during the year of the New York clearing house were
settled by the payment of balances amounting to $3,105,858,576, or
5.2 per cent of the aggregate clearings. During the fifty-one years in
which the clearing house of New York has been in existence, the transactions represented by the clearings aggregated $1,565,668,321,738,
the average ratio of balances paid in money being 4.77 per cent. In
settling balances in 1892, gold was used to the extent of 42.5 per cent,
and legal tenders and other currency to the extent of 57.5 per cent; in
1896 but one one-hundreth of 1 per cent of the balance was paid in
gold, the remainder being settled with legal tenders and other currency.
In 1899 the ratio of gold used was 99 per cent and in 1903 to 1904,
99.99 per cent. The exchanges and balances received from the clearing house by the assistant treasurer of the United States at New York
during the year aggregated $559,561,205.12; the amount of exchanges
delivered to the clearing house being $290,580,050.60, and the balance
paid to the clearing house, $268,981,154.52.
EARNINGS, DIVIDENDS, AND TAXES.

Prior to 1869 national banks were not required by law to report to
the Comptroller of the Currency the amount of their earnings and
dividends, although section 5199 of the Revised Statutes authorized
the declaration of semiannual dividends, contingent upon carrying to
the surplus fund, prior thereto, one-tenth of the net earnings of the



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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

preceding half year until the fund amounted to 20 per cent of the capital. This provision is construed as requiring a permanent retention
of the requisite surplus fund, except where losses have been sustained
exceeding the net undivided profits, when it becomes necessary to
encroach upon the surplus.
Reports of earnings and dividends for the year ended March 1,1870,
were received from 1,526 national banks, with capital of $409,008,896,
on which dividends were paid to the amount of $43,246,926, or at the
rate of 10.5 per cent. The average capital of banks in that year was
$268,000. Dividends at the average rate of approximately 10 per cent
were paid from 1870 to 1875, inclusive. In 1879 the rate had dropped
to 7.6 per cent. From 1881 to 1884 the rate was slightly in excess of 8
per cent and for the next five years continued at an average rate of 7.9
per cent. Eight per cent was slightly exceeded in 1890, and from that
date declined to 6.7 in 1897, the lowest average rate ever paid by
national banking associations. In 1901 the average rate was 8.1; in
1902, 9.8; in 1903, 8.7; and in 1904, 9.9. During the thirty-five years
ended March 1, 1904, the average capital of national banks reporting
their earnings and dividends was $559,682,606; surplus, $184,997,045;
net earnings, $59,843,939, and dividends declared, $46,539,567. The
average rate of dividends to capital was 8.32 and of dividends to capital and surplus, 6.25. During the thirty-five years from the net earnings aggregating $2,094,537,873, dividends were paid to the amount
of $1,628,884,831.
The power of States to tax national banks is limited by section 5219,
United States Revised Statutes, to a taxation of the shares of stock, in
the names of shareholders and the real estate of the bank. (Owensboro National Bank v. Owensboro, 173 IT. S., 664). This section further provides that the legislature of each State shall determine the
manner and place of taxation, subject only to the two restrictions, that
the taxation shall not be at a greater rate than is assessed on other
moneyed capital in the hands of individual citizens of such State, and
that the shares of any national banking association, owned by nonresidents of any State, shall be taxed in the city or town where the
bank is located and not elsewhere. Section 5210, United States
Revised Statutes, requires every national bank to keep a correct list of
the names and residences of its shareholders, the number of shares
held by each shareholder, and that the list shall be subject to inspection by officers authorized to assess taxes under State authority, and
also by all shareholders and creditors of the association.
No information is available with respect to the amount of State taxes
paid by national banks, nor could it be obtained, except through
correspondence with every association, and in many instances with
every shareholder, where the tax is paid directly by the owners of
stock.
The lack of uniformity in the methods of valuing bank stock for
taxation in the various States is shown in the following extract from
n article on the subject appearing in the September, 1904, edition of
the Banking Law Journal:
Connecticut.—Bank is assessed on average market value for the year.
Maine.—Keal estate taxed to bank at its value. Stock taxed to resident owners at
approximate market value.
Massachusetts.—Stock taxed on book value, including surplus, reserve, and undivided profits, after deducting: value of real estate (taxed to the bank).



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15

New York.—One per cent on the total capital, surplus, and undivided profits, exclusive of real estate, taxed separately.
Pennsylvania.—Banks have option of paying 10 mills (or 1 per cent) on capital, or
4 mills on market value.
Alabama.—Stock is taxed on a basis of last sale prior to October 1 of each year.
Georgia.—Bank is assessed on full market value of stock, and in addition on any
surplus, undivided profits, and real and personal property if not included in market
value of shares.
Kentucky.—The law provides for assessment "at its fair cash value, estimated at
the price it would bring at a fair voluntary sale."
Tennessee.—Law provides for assessment at actual or market value. Usually
assessed at about 80 per cent of quoted market value on January 1.
Texas.—No law on subject, and methods of taxation differ greatly in different sections. Wayne County taxes on 70 per cent of capital alone; another county on 60
per cent of capital and surplus, and a third on capital, surplus, and undivided profits
in full; many counties on 80 per cent of capital and surplus.
North Carolina.—Stock taxed to shareholders at its market value, after deducting
real estate, taxed separately.
South Carolina.—Banks taxed on basis of 60 per cent of capital, surplus, and undivided profits, less real estate, taxed separately.
Illinois.—Bank is assessed upon one-fifth of cash valuation, determined upon by
adding'capital stock, surplus, and undivided profits, and deducting real estate (on
which taxes are paid separately) and a certain per cent fixed arbitrarily by board
of assessors (usually 20 to 25 per cent).
Iowa.—Banks are taxed upon capital, surplus, and undivided profits, after deducting real estate and taking 25 per cent on the actual cash value.
Michigan.—Assessment made on full value of stock, including surplus and undivided profits, less assessed value of any real estate belonging to bank.
Minnesota.—Taxed on 50 per cent of the capital stock, surplus, and other profits,
excluding only real estate used for banking purposes.
Missouri.—Tax assessed on capital, surplus, and undivided profits, less assessed
value of real estate held at about two-thirds value on 1st day of June.
Ohio.—Banks assessed at regular rate for personal taxes on two-thirds amount of
capital, surplus, and undivided profits after deducting real estate.
Kansas.—Assessments upon greater part of banks are made upon capital stock, less
real estate owned. Sometimes surplus is included. No special law with reference
to assessment of bank stock.
Nebraska.—Assessed on the " true" value, taking into consideration the surplus and
undivided profits, real estate being deducted and assessed separately.
South Dakota. —Banks pay taxes on basis of 40 per cent, usually of capital and
surplus, less real estate, taxed separately.
Wisconsin.—Banks taxed on basis of 80 per cent of real book value, less assessed
value of real estate used for banking office.

Section 41 of the act of June 3, 1864, provided that, in lieu of all
existing taxes, every national banking association shall pay a duty
of one-half of 1 per cent semiannually on the average amount of notes
in circulation, one-fourth of 1 per cent on the average amount of
deposits, and one-fourth of 1 per cent on the average amount of capital
in excess of the amount invested in United States bonds. The tax on
capital and deposits was repealed by the act of March 3,1883. Under
the war-revenue act of 1898 (repealed in 1902) a tax was imposed upon
the capital and surplus of national and all other banks. Incorporated
in the law of March 14,1900, was a provision reducing the semiannual
duty on national-bank circulation from one-half to one-fourth of 1
per cent on notes secured by 2 per cent consols of 1930.
The amounts paid to the Government under these various provisions up to June 30, 1904, are as follows: Capital stock, 1864 to
1883, $7,855,888; war-revenue act of 1898, $7,048,413; deposits to
1883, $60,940,067; circulation to June 30, 1904, $94,057,046; total,
$169,901,414.



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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY. .

In addition to the foregoing, national banks have been charged with
and paid expenses as follows:
Redemption of circulating notes from 1874 to 1904
$4,963,061
Cost of original plates, 1883 to 1904
479, 935
Cost of extension plates, 1883 to 1904
303, 370
Fees for examinations authorized by section 5240, United States Revised
Statutes, 1883 to 1904
4, 309,199
Total payments other than taxes
10, 055,565
Combining the taxes and other expenses, a total is shown of
179,956, 979

From the establishment of the office of the Comptroller of the Currency in 1863 to June 30, 1904, expenses of the Bureau were
$10,023,445.93. This amount does not include contingent expenses of
the Bureau, as such expenses are not paid by the Comptroller, but
from the general appropriation for contingent expenses of the Treasury Department, no separate account thereof being kept. Some years
since, however, a careful estimate was made and it was ascertained that
such contingent expenses amount, approximately, to the sum appropriated for the operation of the Bureau. On the assumption that the
estimate was practically correct, the total expenses connected with the
operation of the Bureau during the life of the national banking system
have been about $20,000,000, an average of nearly $500,000 per year.
The average annual tax collected on circulation, approximately
$2,240,000, is thus seen to be over four times the average annual
operating expenses of the Bureau.
SHARES AND SHAREHOLDERS OF NATIONAL BANKS.

In the call for lists of shareholders of national banking associations,
as of the first Monday of July, 1904, a request was incorporated for
the submission of information as to the number and holdings of women
shareholders. The reported capital on the date in question was
$770,594,535, divided into 8,834,404 shares held by 318,735 shareholders, the average par value of shares being $87.23. This average par
value is due to the large number of banks located in the New England
and Eastern States, which were converted into national banking associations and with stock divided into shares of less than $100 each. The
returns also show that 1,858,448 shares were held by 104,534 women;
in other words, that while nearly one-third of the stockholders were
women their holdings amounted to approximately one-fifth of the
entire stock of national banking associations. It is also shown that the
average number of shares per shareholder was 27.72 and the average
value of holdings $2,418. The average number of shares standing in the
name of women was 17.78 and the average value of their holdings $1,551.
In the New England and Eastern States 43 per cent of the shareholders
of national banks are women, and they hold, respectively, 24 and 22
per cent of the stock. In the Southern and also in the Middle Western
States 26 per cent of the shareholders are women, and their holdings,
approximately, 20 per cent of the stock. In the Western States the
percentages drop to 19 and 10, respectively. In the Pacific States
and Territories nearly 19 per cent of the stock is owned by women,
representing 23 per cent of the number of shareholders.
In the following table is shown the distribution of national-bank
stock on July 4, 1904:



BEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF" THE CURRENCY.
C A P I T A L , S H A R E S , ETC.

Capital.

Divisions.

BANKS.

Num- NumAver- ber of ber of Number
Number of age par share- women of shares
shares. value. hold- share- owned by
hold- women.
ers.
ers.

New England States
$117,797,320 1,357,824
Eastern States
279,173,815 3,704,646
980,642
95,169, 200
Southern States
Middle Western States.... 203,429,100 2,039,291
461,903
46,115,300
Western States
283,748
28,274,800
Pacific States
6,350
635,000
Islands
Total United States. 770,594,535

OF NATIONAL

8,834,404

$86.75 70,587
75.36 120,883
97.05 43,417
99.75 62,544
99.84 14,151
99.65 7,056
100.00
97

17

Per
cent of
women
shareholders.

Per
cent of
shares
owned
by
women

327,533
824,007
191,950
412,526
48,365
53,561
506

0.43
.43+
.26+
.26+
.19.23+
.12+

0.24+
.22+
.20
.20+
.10+
.1908—

87.23 J318,735 104, 534 1,858,448

.32+

.21+

30,262
42,131
11,304
16,515
2,665
1,645
12

Investigations relative to the number of shareholders and the average individual holdings have been made at various dates from 1876.
In that year the number of shares of national-bank stock was 6,505,930,
the average number of shares held 31.25, and the average value of
each holding $2,427. In 1886 there were 7,116,894 shares, the average
number of shares held 31.83, the average value of holdings $2,438.
In 1894 shares numbered 7,955,076, average number of shares 27.64,
and the average value of holdings $2,337. In 1902 the number of
shares had increased to 8,001,433, the average number of shares held
being 24.24, the average value of holdings $2,072. The number of
shares in 1903 was 8,617,517, the average number of shares held 27.36,
with an average value of $2,397. In July, 1904, the number of shares
was 8,834,404, average number of shares held 27.72, and the average
value of each shareholder's stock $2,418.
ORGANIZATION OF NATIONAL BANKS.

Under authority of the original national-bank act, approved February 25, 1863, the reenacted law of June 3, 1864, the act of February
14, 1880, authorizing the organization of national gold banks, and the
final act of March 14, 1900, empowering the formation of associations with minimum capital of $25,000, there have been chartered
7,460 national banking associations, of which 1,165, or nearly 16 per
cent, were conversions of State banks. Over two-thirds of the conversions were of banks organized in the New England and Eastern
States, and of the total number of organizations in those two geographical divisions one-third were conversions of State banks. Prior
to March 14, 1900, there is no record of the number of banks organized to succeed State or private banks, but since that date and to
October 31, 1904, it is shown that nearly one-third of the banks chartered in this period were of that class. In view of the fact that the
organization of banks other than national has more than kept pace
with the organization of national Jbanks, it may be safely concluded
that the relative number of State banks converted and national banks
organized to succeed State banks, prior to 1900, was approximately
the same as since that date. The proportion of conversions and reorganizations to total number of banks organized since March 14, 1900,
is shown to be 44 per cent.
Records compiled at the close of the report, year ended October 31,
1904, show that since March 14, 1900—a period of little over four and
one-half years—charters have been granted to 2,196 national banking
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associations, with authorized capital of $125,512,300. The amount of
bonds deposited by these banks prior to being authorized to begin
business was $31,331,250, approximately one-fourth the amount which
might have been deposited with the Treasurer of the United States in
trust and circulating notes issued to the par value thereon. Included
in the total number of banks organized are 1,437, with capital of
$37,459,500, which were chartered under the authority of the act of
March 14, 1900—that is, with capital of less than $50,000, the average
being but slightly in excess of the minimum, namely $25,000. During
this same period banks with capital stock of $50,000 or over were
chartered to the number of 759, with capital of $88,052,800. Further
classifying the organizations, it is shown that 250 of the banks, with
capital of $16,629,800, were conversions of State banks; 716, with
capital of $43,756,000, reorganizations of State or private banks, and
1,230, with capital of $65,126,500, primary organizations.
In the period beginning March 14,1900, and terminating on December 31 of that year, the number of banks organized was 398. During
the calendar year 1901 the number was 412; 1902, 492; 1903, 515, and
1904 to October 31, inclusive, 379. The monthly average of number
of banks organized during these five periods was as follows: 1900, 42;
1901, 34; 1902, 41; 1903, 43; 1904, 38. The average national-bank
capital on March 14, 1900, was $170,400, but as a result of the large
number of banks organized with capital of $25,000, the average on
October 31, 1904, was reduced to $142,150.
On March 14, 1900, the number of national banks in existence was
3,617, with authorized capital of $616,308,095; bonds on deposit to
secure circulation, $244,611,570; circulation secured by bonds, $216,374,795; and total national-bank circulation outstanding, secured by
bonds and by lawful money, the latter deposited with the Treasurer
of the United States by liquidating banks, associations reducing their
circulation, and on account of insolvent national banks, $254,402,730.
On October 31, 1904, the number of active banks was 5,495, with
authorized capital of $781,126,335; bonds on deposit to secure circulation, $426,544,790; circulation secured by bonds, $424,530,581, and
total circulation outstanding, secured by bonds and lawful money,
$457,281,500. From the foregoing it appears that during the period
in question there has been a net increase in number of banks of 1,878;
capital,$164,818,240; bonds on deposit to secure circulation, $181,933,220; circulation secured by bonds, $208,155,786, and total circulation
outstanding, $202,878,770. The changes in number of banks, authorized capital, etc., from March 14, 1900, to October 31, 1904, and on
intermediate dates indicated, are shown in the following table:
NUMBER OF NATIONAL BANKS IN EXISTENCE, AUTHORIZED CAPITAL STOCK, BONDS ON
DEPOSIT TO SECURE CIRCULATION, CIRCULATION SECURED BY BONDS AND BY LAWFUL
MONEY, ON MARCH 14, 1900, JUNE 30 AND OCTOBER 31, 1903, AND JUNE 30 AND
OCTOBER 31, 1904.
Mar. 14,1900. June 30,1903. j Oct. 31,1903. June 30,1904. Oct. 31,1904.
Number of banks
,
Authorized capital
Bonds on deposit
,
Circulation, on bonds
Circulation, lawful money
Total circulation




5,147
5,005 I
5,386
3, 617
$616,308,095 $754,776,695 $766 367,095 $776,904, 335
244, 611, 570 375,347,270 382 726,830 416,016,690
216,374,795 372,295,408 ; 380 650,821 412,759,449
41,375,242
38 959, 862
38, 027,935
36,475,646
254, 402, 730 413, 670, 650 419 610 683 449,235,095

5,495
$781,126,335
426,544,799
424,530,581
32,750,919
457,281,500

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

The number of national banks organized in each State, the number
placed in liquidation, in charge of receivers, and in active operation at
the close of the year ended October 31,1904, are shown in the following
table:
States and Teritories.

In
OrIn
gan- liqui- Insol- operdaized.
ation.
tion.

Maine
New Hampshire.
Vermont
Massachusetts...
Rhode Island
Connecticut

104
67
71
300
65
103

Total, New England States
i 710
New York
v
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia

| 555
j 159
j 762
| 24
97
21

Total, Eastern
1,618
States.
Virginia
West Virginia . .
North Carolina.
South Carolina.
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee

Total, Southern
States.

83
56
48
220
28
80
170
144
16
89

262

102
87
57
31
76
40
74
30
46
524
31
156
97

488
265
437
185
165

515
369
136
648
24
88
13

78 1,278
76
45
23
56
28
57
24
35
421
23
117
63
1,048

1,351

Ohio
Indiana . . .
Illinois
Michigan..
Wisconsin .

25

134
72
90
83
47

338
180
330
88
115

States and Territories.

Minnesota .
Iowa
Missouri . . .

In
In
Organ- liqui- Insol- operdaation.
ized. tion, i
265
360
162

Total, M i d d l e
States
2,327
N o r t h Dakota
South D a k o t a
Nebraska
Kansas.
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Indian Territory.

! 105
j 94
j 226

281
52
24
94
31
106
116

Total, Western
1,135
States.
Washington.
Oregon
California...
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
Arizona
Alaska

221
273
94

37
74
58
595 I
19
54
89
14
3
23 I
6 I
3 !
225

93
12 |
9!
20
34
•2
9
4
4
1

85
66
152
164
28
19
62
21
96
112

105

805
35
39
78
25
15
2
12
1

3 |

Total, P a c i f i c
States

316

72 I

1,639

37

207

Hawaii
Porto Rico .
Total, island possessions
Total of
States

United
7,460 1,548 I 417 5,495

From an examination of the foregoing table it will be noted that every
bank chartered in the State of Delaware is still in active operation; and
further, that the only States, etc., in which no failures of national banks
have occurred are Maine, Rhode Island, Delaware, Arizona, Alaska,
Hawaii, and Porto Rico. One bank in West Virginia, temporarily in
charge of a receiver, was subsequently permitted to reopen and resume
business. This practically adds West Virginia to the list of States in
which no failures occurred.
The number and capital of national banking associations incorporated in each State and geographical division, classified by capital
stock, organized from March 14, 1900, to October 31,1904, are shown
in the following table:




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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
ORGANIZATIONS, 1900 TO 1904.
Capital less than Capital $50,000 or
$50,000.
over.

States, etc.

No.
Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island.
Connecticut

..

.....

$25,000
25,000
50,000

Capital.

No.

No.

Capital.

4
2
1
8
1
1

$225,000
200,000
100,000
2,950,000
500,000
50,000

5
3
3
8
1
3

$250,000
225,000
150,000
2,950,000
500,000
100,000

2

North Dakota
Nebraska
.

New Mexico
Oklahoma
Indian Territory

...

.
.

..

.... .
.

Total Western States
Washington
Oregon. . .
California
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
Arizona
Total Pacific States
Hawaii
Porto Rico
Total Islands
Total United States




200

26,300,000

380

30,974,000

681,000
700,000
385,000
75,000
500,000
145,000
397,500
80,000
225,000
4,520,000
200,000
725,000
285,000

19
19
2
6
13
10
18
10
9
76
9
15
7

1,460,000
1,480,000
150,000
810,000
1,165,000
1,200,000
1,400,000
1,225,000
900,000
6,250,000
950,000
2,720,000
520,000

45
44
17
9
31
15
33
13
18
244
17
43
18

2,141,000
2,180,000
535,000
885,000
1,665,000
1,345,000
1,797,500
1,305,000
1,125,000
10,770,000
1,150,000
3,445,000
805,000

8,918,500

213

20,230,000

547

29,148,500

1,850,000
1,190,000
2,130,000
190,000
645,000
3,456,000
2,195,000
540,000

45
30
39
9
15
18
28

115
75
121
16
40
154
111

12

5,330,000
2,925,000
5,730, 000
2,680, 000
2,100 000
1,800,000
1,685,000
2,085,000

12,196,000

196

24,335,000

664

36,531,000

61
37
50
48
4
5
17
10
83
82

1,535,000
930, 000
1,310,000
1,225,000
105,000
125, 000
466,000
255,000
2,100,000
2,130,000

1
4
7
19
4
4
12
4
10
16

50,000
200,000
400,000
1,250,000
460,000
200, 000
1,100,000
250,000
750,000
905,000

62
41
57
67
8
9
29
14
93
98

1,585,000
1,130,000
1,710,000
2 475,000
565,000
325,000
1,566,000
505,000
2,850,000
3,035,000

397

Total Middle Western States

4,674,000

20

Illinois
Michigan
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Iowa
Missouri

830,000
550,000

468

..

9
2

8,520,000
1,550,000
18,977,000
145 000
1,232,000
550,000

70
45
82
7
25
136
83

Total Southern States
Ohio

4,175,000

71
35
243
5
24
2

26
25
15
3
18
5
15
3
9
168
8
28
11

.

23

7,760,000
1,025,000
16,135,000

334

...

4,025,000

180

Total Eastern States

17

760,000
525,000
2,842,000
145,000
402,000

41
15
133

15

Virginia
West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi.
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee

150,000

30
20
110
5

New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia

50,000

6

Total New England States

Montana
Wyoming

1
1
2

Capital.

Total
organizations.

10,181,000

81

5,565,000

478

15,746,000

4
12
14
14

105,000
300,000
375,000
350,000
80,000

520,000
200,000
5,452,800
250,000
225,000
200,000
150,000

10
15
45
18
5
1
7

625,000
500,000
5,827,800
600, 000
305,000
200,000
255,000

32

7,180,000
4,115,000
7,860,000
2,870,000
2,745,000
5,256,000
3,880 000
2,625,000

4

. .

105,000
1,315,000

50

6,997,800

101

8,312,800

1

.

6
3
31
4
2
1
3

51

.

25,000

1
1

500,000
100,000

2
1

525,000
100,000

600,000

3

625,000

3

1

25,000

2

1,437

37,459,500

759

a Bonds deposited, $31,331,250.

88,052,800 2,196 al25,512,300

21

EEPOET OF THE COMPTROLLEE OF THE CURRENCY.

The Middle Western States are shown to lead, both in number of
organizations and capital, namely 664 and $36,531,000, respectively;
followed by the Southern States in number of banks, namely 547, but
third in point of capital, the amount being $29,148,500. In the Western States 478 banks, with capital of $15,746,000, were organized; in
the Eastern States 380 banks with capital of $30,974,000; Pacific States,
101 banks with capital of $8,312,800; New England States, 23 banks
with capital of $4,175,000. Two banks have been organized in
Hawaii with aggregate capital of $525,000, and one in Porto Rico,
with capital of $100,000. Texas leads by one in number of banks
organized, namely 244, with capital of $10,770,000, Pennsylvania being
second in the list with 243 banks, but nearly double the capital of
Texas banks, namely $18,977,000. In the Middle Western States division Minnesota leads in number of banks with 154, followed by Illinois with 121, Ohio 115, Iowa 111, and Indiana 75. New York, with
71 banks, followed Pennsylvania in number of associations organized
in the Eastern States. The capital of the New York banks is shown
to be $8,520,000, nearly one-half of the amount of the 243 banks
organized in Pennsylvania. New Jersey is third in the list with 35
banks, followed by Maryland, with 24, Delaware with 5, and the
District of Columbia with 2.
In the Southern States, excluding Texas, Virginia is at the head of the
list with 45 banks, and capital of $2,141,000, followed by West Virginia
with 44 banks, and capital of $2,180,000. There were 43 banks chartered
in Kentucky with greater aggregate capital than the banks of any
Southern State, except Texas, namely, $3,445,000. Alabama is fifth in
the list of Southern States, with 33 banks, followed by Georgia with
31, Louisiana and Tennessee with 18 each, 17 in North Carolina and
Arkansas, 15 in Florida, 13 in Mississippi, and 9 in South Carolina.
In the Western States division, Indian Territory leads both in number
and capital, namely, 98 with capital of $3,035,000, followed by Oklahoma 93, Kansas 67, North Dakota 62, Nebraska 57, South Dakota 41,
Colorado 29, New Mexico 14, Wyoming 9, and Montana 8. In California 45 banks have been chartered with capital of $5,827,800. Next
in number of organizations in the Pacific States division is Idaho with
18 banks, followed by Oregon with 15, Washington 10, Arizona 7,
Utah 5, and Nevada 1. In the New England States division, 8 banks
were organized in Massachusetts with capital of $2,950,000, 5 banks in
Maine, 3 each in New Hampshire, Vermont, and Connecticut, and 1 in
Rhode Island.
The following table shows the number of banks organized since
March 14, 1900, by conversion, reorganization, and primary organization, classified by capital stock:
Conversions.

Reorganizations.

Classification.
No.

Capital.

Capital less than $50,000... 159 $4,227,000
Capital $50,000 or more
91 12,402,800
Total




250

16,629,800

No.

Capital.

464 $12,471,000
252 31,285,000
716

Primary
organizations.
No.

Capital.

814 $20,761,500
416 44,365,000

43,756,000 1,230

65,126,500

Total.
No.

Capital.

1,437 $37,459, 500
759 88,052,800
2,196

125,512, 300

22

KEPORT OF THE COMPTKOLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

The number of national banks chartered in each month from March
14, 1900, to October 31, 1904, is shown in the following table:

J a n u a r y ..
February .
March
April
May
June
July

1900.

1901.

1902.

No.

Month.

No.
36
31
35
30
54
40
41

No.
40
28
41
50
50
42

1903.

1904.

No.
No.
34
36
50
35
56
42
51
46
47
42
58
43
43 i 22

Month.

August
September.
October . . .
November.
December .
Total

1900.

1901.

1902.

1903.

1904.

No.
44
20
25
21
29

No.
27
23
27
32
36

No.
42

No.
36
31
57
20
32

No.
38
32
43

412

492

515

379

VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATIONS, EXPIRATION, AND EXTENSION OF CHARTERS.

During the existence of the national banking system 1,548 national
banks, including 21 banks subsequently placed in charge of a
receiver, or 20.7 per cent of the total number organized, have been
placed in liquidation either by vote of stockholders or by expiration of charters, the capital involved being $280,524,550. The voluntary liquidations numbered 1,398, the capital involved $257,136,550,
and the number of expirations 150, with capital of $23,413,000. In
the year ended October 31, 1904, 66 associations, with capital of
$20,285,000, including 4 banks with $510,000 capital, whose charters
expired, were closed voluntarily. Three of the banks closed by
expiration of charters were reorganized under different titles. Thirtytwo of the associations closed by voluntary liquidation, with capital of
$12,700,000, were absorbed by, or consolidated with, other national
banks; 9, with capital of $4,480,000, were absorbed by trust companies,
and 3, with capital of $300,000, reorganized as trust companies; 3, with
capital of $250,000, are reported to have been succeeded by State or
private banks, and 17, with capital of $2,395,000, were closed to discontinue business.
From correspondence received it appears that the following banks
were absorbed by trust companies: Colonial National Bank of Pittsburg, Pa.; the First, the National Warren, and the National Hope, all
of Warren, R. L; the First, the National Bank of North America, and
the Weybosset, all of Providence, R. I.; the First of Lynn, Mass., and
the Colonial of Boston. The following associations are understood to
have been reorganized as trust companies: The Peoples National Bank,
of Belfast, Me.; the First, of Cambridge, Mass., and the Idaho National,
of Lewiston, Idaho.
Forty-five of the associations liquidated were with individual capital
of from $25,000 to $200,000, and the remainder with individual capital
of $300,000 to $2,000,000. The greatest number of liquidations
occurred in Massachusetts, 12 being closed in that Commonwealth.
Second in the list is Pennsylvania with 9, followed by Ohio and Texas
with 8 each, Rhode Island 7, Oklahoma 3, New York and Iowa 2 each,
and 1 each in the following States: Connecticut, Maine, Vermont,
Maryland, Tennessee, Virginia, Illinois, Indian Territory, Kansas,
Nebraska, New Mexico, Idaho, California, Oregon, and Washington.
National banks closed to business, by voluntary liquidation, during
the year ended October 31, 1901, with date of authority to commence
business, date of closing, capital, and circulation issued, redeemed, and
outstanding, are shown in the following table:




REPORT OF THE

COMPTROLLER OF THE

CURRENCY.

23

NATIONAL BANKS PLACED IN LIQUIDATION.

Name and location of bank.

City National Bank, Norfolk,
Va. (4743)a.
Sour Lake National Bank,
Sour Lake, Tex. (6856) a
National Bank of Chanute,
Chanute, Kans. (6072) a
National Suffolk Bank, Boston,
Mass. (6104) a
Republic National Bank, Pittsburg, Pa. (6153) a
Rockwall National Bank,
Rockwall, Tex. (6703)
First National Bank, Gainesboro, Tenn. (5536).
First National Bank, Harrison,
Okla. (6753)
National Hamilton Bank, Boston, Mass. (5158)
Citizens National Bank, Worcester, Mass. (765)
Manufacturers National Bank,
Baltimore, Md. (2623)
Red River National Bank,
Gainesville, Tex. (3229)

Circulation.

Date of authority to
commence
business.

Date of closing.

Capital
stock.

May 24,1892

Sept. 28,1903

$200,000 $200 000

$92,305

June 26,1903

Oct.

8,1903

50,000

12 500

4,650

Dec.

Oct. 10,1903

50,000

12 500

4,700

7,800

Oct. 30,1903 1,500,000

196 000

116,500

79,500

28,1901

Jan. 25,1902
Mar. 10,1902

do

Issued.

Re: Outdeemed. I standing.
fl107,695
7,850

200,000

49 400

21, 600

27,800

Mar. 30,1903

Nov. 2,1903

25, 000

6 300

2,800

3,500

Aug. 13,1900

Nov. 10,1903

25,000

12,500 i

3,650

8,850

Apr. 29,1903

Nov. 14,1903

25,000

6,300 |

2,250

4,050

Dec.

Nov. 30,1903

600,000

49,250 ! 23, 300

25,950

Jan. 80,1865 j Dec. 12,1903

150,000

100,000 I 47, 423

52,577

Feb.

500,000

98,500 | 42,590

55,910

Dec. 30,1903

100,000

24,200 I

16,500

31,1883

Jan.

2,1904

300,000

28,1882

Jan. 12,1904

50,000

6,1884 \ Jan. 16,1904

60,000

7,1898

1,1882 ' Dec. 21,1903

July 25,1884

German - American
National
B a n k , Peoria, 111. (3070)
Oct.
National B a n k of Christiana,
Christiana, Pa, (2849)
Dec.
Second N a t i o n a l B a n k , Colfax,
Wash. (3119)
Feb.
Washington N a t i o n a l B a n k ,
Westerly, R. I. (952)
I Mar.
Davis National Bank, Sey- 1
mour, Tex. (5904)
...i July
I r o n City National Bank, Pitts- I
burg, Pa. (675)
[Dec.
M e r c h a n t s a n d Manufacturers
National Bank, Pittsburg,
Pa. (613)
Dec.
Leicester N a t i o n a l B a n k , Lei- j
cester, Mass. (918)
! Mar.
Na
First National Bank, Oxford, j
Ohio (4599)
~~ "
July

First National Bank, Dallas,
Oreg. (7072)
| Dec.
Bankers National Bank, Cleve- '
land, Ohio (5805)
I May
Tulsa National Bank, Tulsa,
Ind. T. (7085)
Jan.
Farmers and Merchants National Bank, Crockett, Tex. Aug.
(5953)
I
Velasco National Bank, Velas- j
co, Tex. (4662)
I Dec.
Marblehead National Bank,
Marblehead, Mass. (767)
Jan.
Citizens'National Bank, Akron,
Ohio (4961)
June
Central National Bank, New
York, N. Y. (376)
Apr.
Colonial National Bank, Pittsburg, Pa. (6567)
Jan.
Tradesmens National Bank,
Pittsburg, Pa. (678)
Dee.
Colonial National Bank,Cleveland, Ohio (5152)
| Nov.
Atlas National Bank, Boston, i
Mass. (654)
\ Dec.
Pawcatuck National Bank, !
Pawcatuck, Conn. (919)
I Mar.
Leather Manufacturers' Na- I
tional Bank, New York, N.Y. I
(1196)
I May
Wayne National Bank, Wayne, !
Nebr. (4354)
] July
Second National Bank, i
Youngstown, Ohio (2217)
Jan.
Colonial National Bank, BosDec.
ton, Mass. (5163)

29,1865 j J a n .
!
15,1901 J a n .
31,1864
j
•
8,1864;
I
21,1865 j
I
18,1891 |

23,1904

150,000
50,000

30,1904

i
1,1904! 400,000
j
!
do
| 800,000
I
do
! 100,000
j
50,000
Feb. 10,1904 j
Feb.

.
24,1903 j Feb.
'
11,1901 I Feb.
!
4,1904 | Feb.
;
29,1901 Mar.
!
j
8,1891 j Mar.

11,1904

25,000

13,1904

500,000

26,1904

50,000

3,1904

30,1865 Mar. 4,1904
19,1894 | Mar.

300,000 | 92,343 ! 207,657
12,000 \
I
15,000 !
50,000
12,500 j

3,800 j

8,200

5,350 I

9,650

11,890 !

38,110

4,750 ;

7,750

17,300 !

42,612

59,912 ,
800,000 j 324,642 ! 475,358
4,535 ;

19,715

49,050 ! 14.250 i

24,250 ;

34,800

25,000

1,1904

7,700 |

!

6,250 j
500,000

11,900

8,450

50,000

11,900

3,150

8,750

49,300

15,933

33,367

5,1904 : 150,000 i

2,1903 j Mar. 23,1904 1,000,000 I

98,795 ; 21,000

594,755

50,000 ! 14,850

35,150

31,1864 i Mar. 29,1904
200,000
2,1898 I| Apr. 2,1904 1,500,000 I 197,750;
i
!
i
29,1864 ! ; Apr. 4,1904 1,000,000 i 61,765 !
21,1865 ! Apr. 8,1904
100,000 ! 100,000 i
!

55,902 ; 144,098
49,750 ; 148,000
19,100

45,665

34,102

65,898

600,000 | 474,900 j 178,773 :
50,000 I

39,300 I

200,000 i 170,600

28,1898 : May 31,1904 .:1,000,000

77,795

334,545

400,000 i

a Advice of liquidation not received until after October 31
annual report.



3,450

319,050

120,000

11,1864 j Mar. 12,1904 1,000,000 I 929,300

30,1865 | Apr. 16,1904
i
2,1890 j May 16,1904
'
14,1875 May 23,1904

6,250
180,950 j

148,500

296,127

2,350

36,950

36,305

134,295

40,520

107,980

1903, therefore not included in t h e last

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REPOKT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
N A T I O N A L B A N K S P L A C E D IN L I Q U I D A T I O N — C o n t i n u e d .

Name and location of bank.

National Bank of Redemption,
Boston, Mass. (515)
National Exchange Bank,
Weatherford, Okla. (5758) . . .
National Bank of North America, Providence, R. I. (1036)..
Waterloo National Bank, Waterloo, Iowa (5700)
First National Bank, Providence, R. I.(134)
American National Bank,
Long Beach, Cal. (6749)
State National Bank, Cleveland, Ohio (3950)
Citizens National Bank, Raton,
M. Mex. (6363)
Citizens National Bank, Miamisburg, Ohio (4822)
Old National Bank, Washington, Pa. (7263)
First National Bank, Sioux
Rapids, Iowa (7189)
Union National Bank, Weymouth, Mass. (510)
Weybosset National B a n k ,
Providence, R. I. (1173)
First National Bank, Cambridge, Mass. (433)
Idaho National Bank, Lewiston, Idaho (5600)
First National Bank, Warren,
11.1.(673)
National Hope Bank, Warren,
R.I. (1008)
National Warren Bank, Warren, R. 1.(1419)
First National Bank Lynn,
Mass. (638)
Ohio Valley National Bank,
Cincinnati, Ohio (3606)
National Bank of New Brighton, Pa. (3259)
Citizens National Bank, Jacksonville, Tex. (6883)
Kingfisher National Bank,
Kingfisher, Okla. (5740)
National Bank of Lyndon, Vt.
(1140)
City National Bank, Lampasas,
Tex. (7394)
First National Bank, Wehrum,
Pa. (7112)
First National Bank, Danvers,
Mass. (549)
Peoples National Bank, Belfast, Me. (4806)
Total (66 banks) ,

Circulation.

Date of authority to
commence
business.

Date of closing.

Sept. 12.1864

May 31,1904 $2,000,000 $711,600 $220,850

Mar. 26.1901 June

Capital
stock.

Issued.

ReOutdeemed. standing.
$490, 750

7,1904

25,000

12,500

2,500

10, COO

Apr. 17* 1865

June 14,1904

500,000

66,598

8,400

58,198

Feb.

4,1901

June 15,1904

100,000

49,200

7,350

41,8£0

Nov. 28.1863

June 24,1904

500,000

146,150

19,080

127,070

Apr. 28.1903

June 30,1904

Dec. 22,1888

July

1,1904

July 31.1902

July

Dec.

6,1892

May 19,1904

July 20,1904

150,000

Mar. 29.1904

July 25,1904

Sept. 6,1864

July 26,1904

May 20.1865

50,000

49,350

4,700

44,650

500,000

490,550

46,400

444,150

7,1904

50,000

37,500

3,850

33,650

July 11,1904

100,000

25,000

2,400

22,600

50,000

12,500

12,500

200,000

74,846

12,550

62,296

500,000

56,769

8,501

48,268

do

May 21.1864

Aug. 6,1904

200,000

100,000

10,698

89,302

Oct. 19.1900

Aug. 15,1904

50,000

12,500

1,400

11,100

Dec. 30.1864

Aug. 24,1904

150,000

50,000

2,943

47,057

Apr. 14.1865

do

130,000

32,500

436

32,064

July 11,1865

....do

200,000

49,300

2,303

46,997

Dec. 20.1864

Aug. 30,1904

500,000

380,000

42,490

337,510

Dec. 20,1886

Sept. 12,1904

700,000

248,482

110,950

137,532

Oct. 27,1884

Sept. 15,1904

100,000

24,700

2,700

22,000

July 15.1903

Sept. 16,1904

25,000

23,950

7,100

16,850

Mar. 13.1901

Sept. 24,1904

25,000

6,250

250

6,000

May 15.1865

Sept. 27,1904

50,000

32,265

2,551

29,714

Sept. 9,1904

do

50,000

Jan. 29,1904

Oct. 18,1904

25,000

7,000

7,000

Nov. 30,1864

Oct. 25,1904

150,000

39,599

39,599

Oct. 18,1892

Oct. 31,1904

50,000

50,000

20,285,000 7,932,531 2,378,160

50,000
5,554,371

On July 12, 1882, the act was passed authorizing national banking
associations to extend their corporate existence for an additional
period of twenty years, and on April 12, 1902, the act was approved
authorizing the extension, for a further period of twenty years, of
charters of banks extended under the act of July 12,1882. The number and capital of banks whose charters have been extended under the
original act are 2,258 and $493,096,365, respectively; the number of
reextensions under the act of April 12, 1902, with capital of the associations, was 315 and $88,310,300, respectively, making the total number of first and second extensions 2,573, the capital of the banks being
$581,406,665. The number of extensions and reextensions during the
year ended October 31, 1904, was 118 and 57, respectively. For the
information of banks interested there is given in the appendix to this



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report a list of the 104 banks* the charters of which will expire during
the year ending October 31, 1905, and which may be extended under
authority of the provisions of the act of July 12, 1882, and also of
643 banks extended under the act mentioned, and which may be
extended for the second time under the act of April 12, 1902. The
capital of banks whose charters will expire for the first time is
$13,123,000, and for the second time $229,050,585.
Many associations, on reaching the end of their corporate existence,
find that a large proportion of the stock is held by nonresidents, estates,
etc., the owners of which add nothing to the banks' business, their
sole concern being in the dividends declared. Where this condition
exists to an extent materially affecting a bank's interests, it is found
necessary to adopt measures to place the stock with those who will be
desirable shareholders. Generally, it is found possible to induce such
shareholders to sell their stock to local resident shareholders, or
through them, to other resident business men. In case the purchase
of such stock can not be effected, it is occasionally found advisable to
permit the corporate existence of the bank to expire by limitation and
organize a new association by the stockholders of the old bank and
other local citizens engaged in active business. The course first
referred to is the more desirable, as thereby the charter may be
extended and the bank continue its well-earned prestige of the prior
twenty or forty years, as the case may be. As the proviso to section 5
of the act of July 12, 1882, relating to the organization of a bank to
succeed another association whose corporate existence has expired,
confers upon the stockholders in the old bank the right to participate,
according to their original holdings, in the stock of the new bank, it
becomes necessary, if this right is not to be conserved, to organize
under a name materially different from that of the original association;
for otherwise the new management would have the advantage of the
good will of the old association without rendering an equivalent to the
old stockholders who are not to be permitted to become subscribers to
the stock of the new bank.
Where the corporate existence of a national bank is permitted to
expire b}^ limitation the method of settling its affairs is the same as
though the bank had been placed in voluntary liquidation by vote of
shareholders in advance of the termination of its corporate existence.
The liabilities of an association become due and payable on the date of
expiration of charter. When all liabilities are paid, or provided for
to the satisfaction of claimants, the remaining assets representing the
^stockholders' interests should be promptly converted into cash and
distributed pro rata to stockholders. The law makes no provision for
the report to the Comptroller of the Currency of the settlement of the
affairs of an association closed by voluntary liquidation or expiration
of charter, and it is clear that the agency by means of which the business should be wound up is one to be created by vote of stockholders,
or, in default of such action, by the directors. The election of a
liquidating agent by stockholders relieves the directors of responsibility, which they would otherwise have, for the settlement of the
trust. In case of the closing of a bank for the purpose of absorption by, or consolidation with, another bank, the liquidating agent or
directors appear to have authority to enter into a contract with the
continuing bank for the assumption of liabilities to depositors and
other general creditors, offsetting an equivalent amount of assets trans-




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ferred, and to purchase the remaining* assets, which can be lawfully
acquired by a national bank, representing stockholders' interests. If
there is to be no increase in the capital stock of the absorbing bank,
for the purpose of selling the additional stock to those interested in the
old association, it necessarily follows that the stockholders of the
closed bank are to be paid the actual value of the assets representing
their stockholdings.
The act of 1882, providing for extension of charters, conserves the
interest of shareholders not desiring to continue their connection with
the bank, but desiring to withdraw and to be paid the surrender value
of their.stock. The act provides that notice of intention to withdraw
shall be given to the directors within thirty days from the date of issue
of certificate authorizing extension of the charter, and that a committee
of appraisal shall be appointed—one member by the withdrawing
shareholder, one by the bank, and a third by the first two. The bank
and the dissenting shareholder may select as members of the committee
expert accountants or any other persons competent to perform the
duties of appraisers. In case the value fixed is unsatisfactory to the
shareholder, he may appeal to the Comptroller of the Currency, whose
appraisal shall be final and binding. The right of appeal is not given
to the bank. In case the valuation fixed by the Comptroller exceeds
the amount fixed by the committee, the expense of reappraisal must
be borne by the bank; otherwise by the shareholder appealing. The
law makes no provision for payment of expenses incident to the first
appraisal; hence it is incumbent upon the withdrawing shareholder
and the bank to determine this question. The shares appraised and
surrendered must, after due notice, be sold at public sale within thirty
days after the final appraisal.
Generally speaking, the market price of stock represents the surrender value, although, in some instances, the market price may be
above or below the actual value of the stock. The proper course to
pursue is to have a veiy careful examination made of the assets, taking
into consideration the actual value of items above or below the book
value, deducting items admittedly worthless. The question of "good
will" is not to be considered, although it may be of material value to
a bank continuing business.
The act relating to extension provides that shareholders representing at least two-thirds of the stock shall consent in writing to an
amendment of the articles of association, extending for a further
period of twenty years the corporate existence of the association. The
procuring of the necessary signatures may be taken up at any time
within two years prior to the expiration of a bank's charter, and when
the requisite signatures have been obtained the amendment should be
filed with the Comptroller of the Currency. A shareholder's consent
must be given by him in writing, or by his duly empowered attorney.
The provision of law relating to voting of stock by proxy at meetings
of stockholders of national banks does not apply in the case of extension of charter, as no vote is involved; hence, if desired, a shareholder
may legally empower a director or other officer of a national bank to
act for him in consenting to the extension of charter.
It is expected that the amendment relating to the extension of the
corporate existence of a bank, accompanied by request for its approval,
will be filed with the Comptroller of the Currency not later than two



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27

months prior to expiration of the existing charter, in order that there
may be sufficient time for the making of the special examination
required by law to ascertain the condition of the bank's assets and to
enable the association to comply with possible conditions precedent to
renewal of charter. Where an examination has been made within a
reasonable time prior to expiration of charter, in passing upon the
question of extension the Comptroller may be governed by the condition of the bank as shown by such an examination, thus obviating
the necessity of an additional special investigation of the bank's condition. When a bank's affairs are found to be in a satisfactory condition,
or action has been taken in connection wTith the sale or disposition of
undesirable assets, or those acquired in violation of the provisions of
law, advice is given of the fact that certificate of extension will be
issued simultaneously with the expiration of the preexisting charter.
By the extension of the corporate existence of a national banking
association the original charter number and title are continued, and
the association enjoys all the rights, privileges, and immunities
granted, and is subject to all the duties, liabilities, and restrictions
imposed by law relating to national banking associations.
The act of 1882, however, provides that a bank, whose charter has
been extended, can not subsequently receive and issue circulating
notes of the original series; hence if the note-issuing franchise is to be
enjoyed, notes of a new design must be ordered. The order for the
new plates and circulation should accompany the amendment providing for extension of charter, in order that the new notes may be ready
for delivery as soon as required. As the old notes are received for
redemption they are destroyed and charged to the 5 per cent redemption fund and an equivalent amount of notes of the new design shipped
to the bank. This process continues until three years from date of
extension of charter when a deposit of lawful money is required to
provide for the redemption of the balance of the notes then outstanding. An order for 50 per cent of the total amount of notes to which
a bank is entitled on its bond deposit is sufficient to provide for current redemptions and reissues. If desired, lawful money may be
deposited for all of the outstanding notes of the old design, which will
enable the depositing bank to receive immediately the full amount of
notes of the new series.
INSOLVENT NATIONAL BANKS.

During the past year 26 national banks, including one theretofore
in voluntary liquidation, were placed in the charge of receivers. Six
of the associations, however, have been restored to solvency and permitted to resume business, the receivers being discharged. Eight of
the failures were due to fraudulent management or to dishonesty of the
cashiers.
In the accompanying table is given a list of national banks closed
during the year, the date of appointment of receiver, capital stock,
and circulation issued, redeemed, and outstanding.




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INSOLVENT NATIONAL BANKS.

Name and location of bank.
First National Bank, Victor,
Colo. (5586)
Farmers
National
Bank,
Henrietta, Tex. (4068)
Indiana National Bank, Elkhart, Ind. (4841)
First National Bank, Dundee,
111. (5638)a
Windham County National
Bank
of Danielsonville,
Danielsqn, Conn. (1360) a
First National Bank, Storm
Lake, Iowa (2595)
Alva National Bank, Alva,
Okla. (6490) a
Traders
National
Bank,
Clarksburg, W. Va. (4569) a . .
Citizens National Bank, Me- !
Gregor, Tex. (5504)
j
Equitable National Bank, New |
York, N. Y. (6284)
|
American Exchange National
Bank, Syracuse, N. Y. (5286).
First National Bank, Matthews, Ind. (5998)
GaJion National Bank, Galion,
Ohio (3581)
First National Bank, Billings,
Okla. (5960)&
Orange Growers N a t i o n a l
Bank, Riverside, Cal. (6833).
National Bank of Holdenville,
Holdenville, Ind. T. (5735) . .
Capitol National Bank, Guthrie, Okla. (4705)
Farmers and Merchants National Bank, Hobart, Okla.
(6358) a
First National Bank, Macon,
Ga. (1617)
First National Bank, Cape
May, N. J. (5839)
Elk City National Bank, Elk
City, Okla. (6164)
Medina National Bank, Medina, N. Y. (4986)
First National Bank, Saratoga
Springs, N. Y.« (893)
First National Bank, Grinnell,
Iowa(1629)
Peoples National Bank, Swanton, Vt. (4943)
First National Bank, Claysville, Pa. (4273)
Total (26 banks).

Date of authority to
commence
business.

Date of closing.

Capital
stock.

Circulation.
Issued.

Sept. 25,1900

Nov. 4,1903 i $50,000

$48,750

$15,850

July

3,1889

Nov. 18,1903

50,000

12,500

5,403

7,097

Jan.

7,1893 I Nov. 19,1903

100,000

24,550

11,653

12,897

Nov. 21,1903

50; 000

25,000

3,400

21,600

June 29,1865

Dec. 22,1903

50,000

25,000

Dec.

1,1881

Jan.

2,1904

50,000

50,000

Nov. 15,1902

Jan.

8,1904

25,000

6,250

May

9,1891

Feb.

2,1904

85,000

85,000

July 18,1900

Feb.

6,1904

25,000

25,000

8,150

16,850

June 2,1902

Feb.

9,1904

200,000

49,350

26,550

22,800

Apr. 12,1900

Feb. 10,1904

200,000

200,000

111,200

88,800

Oct. 24,1901

Feb. 12,1904

25,000

12,500

4,000

8,500

Nov. 2,1886

Feb. 15,1904

60,000

60,000

20,920

39,080

Sept. 10,1901

Feb. 19,1904

25,000

6,500

4,080

2, 420

June 13,1903

Mar. 22,1904

100,000

24,400

7,300

17,100

50,000

50,000

21,950

28,050

100,000

98,700

23,100

75,600

Dec. 13,1900

Mar.

7,1901

do

$32,900

25,000
24,150

25,850

16,300

68,700

6,250

Mar. 9,1892

Apr.

July 29,1902

Apr. 22,1904

50,000

13,000

500

12,500

Dec.

May 16,1904

200,000

197,000

46,070

150,930

May 29,1901

May 24,1904

25,000

6,000

1,950

4,050

Mar. 17,1902

May 28,1904

25,000

6,250

1,200

5,050

Feb. 19,1895

June 21,1904

50,000

12,500

2,650

9,850

Mar. 14.1865

June 27,1904

125,000

125,000

17,150

107,850

Jan. 15.1866

July 26,1904

100,000

25,000

2,030

22,970

Mar. 7,1894

Aug. 18,1904

50,000

50,000

8,050

41,950

Mar. 27,1890

Oct. 11,1904

50,000

49,300

850

48,450

9,1865

4,1904

1,920,000 1,287,550

Total liquidating and insolvent banks (92)

OutRedeemed. standing.

22,205,000 9,220,087

384,456 ! 903,094
2,762,616

6,457,465

a Restored to solvency and resumed business.
& Formerly in voluntary liquidation.

Within the past twelve months the affairs of 15 national banks,
theretofore placed in the charge of receivers, were fully settled by the
payment of final dividends to creditors, leaving 73 pending trusts.
Of the total number of insolvent national banks placed in charge of
receivers, the affairs of 345 have been fully settled and the receiverships terminated. The capital of these banks, at date of failure, was
$53,655,920, and total assets, nominal value, taken charge of by the
receivers, $194,234,790. The collection from assets and the amount
settled by offsets, etc., were $90,341,899 and $14,853,083, respectively.
The losses on assets compounded or sold under order of court aggregated




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$78,531,580. On the final settlement of the affairs of these trusts
assets of the nominal value of $10,562,359 were returned to stockholders, including $1,802,397 in cash. Assessments were levied on
stockholders to make good deficiency in the assets of these trusts to
the amount of $31,967,520, from which was realized $15,052,961.
Dividends were paid to the amount of $74,364,841, or 70.78 per cent
on claims proved, amounting to $105,067,058. In order to ascertain
the full amount realized by creditors, it is necessary to add the dividends paid to the amount of offsets allowed and loans jrnid. The
records therefore show that creditors realized on their claims a total
of 78.11 per cent.
The cost of liquidation of an insolvent national bank—that is, the
receiver's salary, legal and other expenses—based upon the total amount
collected from assets and from assessment on shareholders, is shown
to have been, on an average, 8.43 per cent.
In addition to detailed information relating to the affairs of each
insolvent national bank, there appears in the appendix a statistical
summarization, by States and geographical divisions, of data relating
to trusts, the affairs of which have been finally closed. The table in
question shows that creditors of the 19 national banks which failed in
the New England States received 93.26 per cent on their claims. The
63 insolvent banks which failed in the Eastern States paid 75.93 per
cent; the 63 in the Southern States, 68.15 per cent; 76 banks in the
Middle States, 84.10 per cent; 89 in the Western States, 69.17 per cent,
and 35 in the Pacific States and Territories, 70.05 per cent.
Classifying the trusts according to capital stock, it appears that banks
with capital of $100,000 or less paid dividends on claims proved at the
average rate of 64 per cent, and that the assessment on stockholders
produced 38 per cent. The banks with capital of $100,000 and less
than $200,000 paid 67 per cent in dividends and stockholders paid
in on assessments 41 per cent. Banks with capital of $200,000 and
over paid dividends to creditors at the average rate of 72 per cent,
while the assessment on stockholders realized 51 per cent, which would
appear to indicate that the larger the capital the greater the percentage
realized from assets and also from assessment on stockholders. The
amount of capital, claims proved, dividends paid, assessments on shareholders and collections therefrom, of banks in each class mentioned
are shown in the following table:
Dividends paid.
Classification.

Capital less than
$100,000
Capital $100,000,
and less than
$200,000
C a p i t a l $200,000
and over
Total..

No.

Aggregate
capital.

Claims
proved.

Assessment
upon shareholders.

Collected on assessment.

Per
Per Per
Per
cent
cent cent
of
cent of Amount. of Amount. of as- total
Amount.
claims.
sess- capicapiment. tal.
tal.

146 $7,739,000 $11,404,600 $7,325,479

$4,425,750

$1,669,729

21.6

10611,655,620 18,230, 171] 2,294,905

6,599,720

2,697,694

23.1

187
261,300 75,432,2! 54:, 744,457
93 34,:

20,942,050

10,685,538

31.2

345 53,655, 920105,067,058 74,364,841

70 31,967,520

59 15,052,961




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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

In addition to statistics relating to trusts which have been finally
closed, compiled by States and geographical divisions, a summary has
been made, by years of failure, showing the aggregate amount of dividends paid to creditors, etc., of such banks as failed each year from
1865 to 1904.
The results obtained would indicate that creditors during the past
half decade realized a higher rate of dividends on their claims than in
any like period since the first failure in 1865, but this can not be
stated as a fact until the affairs of all banks which failed during this
period have been settled.
CAPITAL, BONDS, AND CIRCULATION.

At the close of the year ended October 31, 1903, on authorized
national-bank capital of $766,367,095, there was on deposit with the
Treasurer of the United States in trust, as security for circulation,
United States bonds to the amount of $382,726,830, a fraction less than
50 per cent of the amount which might have been deposited, and on
the security of which there were outstanding circulating notes to the
amount of $380,650,821. In other words, national-bank circulation
was less than half the amount which might have been issued on bonds
deposited to the maximum—that is, the banks' paid-in capital stock.
The total national-bank circulation outstanding in October, 1903, was
$419,610,683, of which $38,959,862 was covered by lawful money
deposited with the Treasurer of the United States b}T banks reducing
their circulation, associations in voluntary liquidation, and on account
of insolvent national banks. At the close of the current report year,
with an increase of capital stock to $781,126,335, there was an increase
in bonds deposited as security for circulation to $426,544,790; in bondsecured circulation to $424,530,581, and total circulation to $457,281,500.
The increase in bond-secured circulation during the year is shown to
be $43,879,760. This material increase was mainly due to the comparatively low market price of 2 per cent consols prevailing during
the year. The highest market price was on October 31,1903, namely,
107.2685. A steady decline is shown to 105.1332 in February; in
March the average price was 105.6296, and in April 105.8775; dropped
in May to 105.1458; advanced to 105.4303 in June, and declined in
July and August to 104.9713 and 104.9491, respectively. The market
price in September was 105.3 and in October, 105.
The number of banks in operation, authorized capital stock, bonds
on deposit as security for circulation, average monthly market price
of 2 per cent consols, circulation secured by bonds and by lawful
money, and the aggregate circulation outstanding monthly from October 31, 1903, to October 31, 1904, are shown in the following table:




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1

Average
monthly

Number of
banks.

Date.

Capital.

Bonds on
deposit.

Circulation secured by— !

market
price of 2
per cent
consols

j Lawful
! money.

Bonds.

Total circulation
outstanding.

of 1930.

1903.
October 31

5,147

$766,367,095
766,332,095
767,567,095

1904.
January 31
February29
March 31
April 30
May 31
J u n e 30
July 31
August 31
September 3 0 . .
October 31

5,215
5,240
5,273
5,313
5,350
5,386
5,399
5,431
5,457
5,495

769,005.815
768,750,815
770,975,815
774,449,315
775,838,335
776,904, 335
775,679,335
777,061,335
777,741,335
781,126, 335

November 30.. 5,159
December 31... 5,184

$382,726,830 107.2685
384,625, 930 106.8315
389,335,680 106.4279
390,231, 600
392,671,550
398,034,650
399,795,140
410,572,640
416,016,690
417,958,690
419,683,940
424,701,490
426,544,790

105.7300
105.1332
105. 6296
105.8775
105.1458
105.4303
104.9713
104.9491
105.3000
105.0000

8380,650,821 $38,959,862 $419,610,683
383,018,484 38,088,495 421,106,979
387,273,623 37,889,395 425,163,018
387,657,731
390,352,491
395,600, 234
397,802,781
407,279,034
412,759,449
415,025,156
417,380,300
422,014,715
424,530,581

39,199,896
39,971,819
39, 309, 708
39,277,792
38,709,531
36,475,646
35,181,732
35,136,473
34,064,693
32,750,919

426,857,627
430,324,310
434, 909, 942
437,080,573
445,988,565
449,235,095
450,206,888
452,516,773
456,079,408
457,281,500

As a result of the provision of the act of March 14, 1900, reducing
the semiannual duty on circulation secured bv 2 per cent consols of
1930, of the $301,123,580 United States bonds on deposit as security
for circulation on October 31, 1900, $270,006,600 had been converted
into twos, and on October 31, 1904, of the aggregate deposit
($426,544,790), nearly 98 per cent, or $416,972,750, were of that class.
The changes in the class and amount of bonds on deposit with the
Treasurer of the United States to secure national-bank circulation on
March 13, 1900, the day prior to the passage of the act authorizing
the incorporation of banks with minimum capital of $25,000 and reducing the semiannual dutv on circulation secured by consols of 1930 to
one-fourth of 1 per cent, and on October 31,1900. 1902,1903, and 1904,
are set forth in the following table:
Class.
Loan of 1908-1918, 3 per cent
Funded loan of 1907, 4 per cent.
Loan of 1925 4 per cent
Loan of 1904, 5 per cent
Funded loan of 1891, 2 per cent.
Consols of 1930, 2 per cent
Total .

..

Mar. 13,1900. Oct 31,1900.

Oct. 31,1902.

Oct. 31,1903.

Oct. 31,1904.

n, 922,

$56,164,820
130,302,250
14,697,850
21,996,350
20,490,150

$7,756,580
13,544,100
7, 503,350
1.293.000
1 ,019,950
270 ,006,600

056,720
248,450
208,600
100,900

2 797,200

320 738,000

376 003,300

416, 972,750

243,651,420

301 ,123,580

338, 352,670

382 726,830

426, 544,790

$6
8
2
1

797,580

410,100
718,650

940
5, 857,500
1, 791, 600

Under Department regulations only three classes of plates are
engraved, namely, for four $5 notes; three $10 and one $20; one $50
and one $100. As a result of the limitation of $5 notes to one-third
of a bank's issues, incorporated in the act of March 14,1900, the percentage of notes of that denomination outstanding has been reduced
from 31.2 in 1900 to 13.6 in 1904. This limitation works considerable
hardship on banks with the minimum capital, for the reason that they
are prevented from ordering the most desirable denomination of notes
for their localities, as but one-third of their issues can consist of the
minimum denomination. In consequence, with the order for $5s they
must necessarily order a plate for either $10s and $20s or the $50s and
$100s. By reference to the official records, it appears that at no
time during the existence of the system has the percentage of notes



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of the denomination of $5 exceeded the limitation fixed by the act of
March 14, 1900. Over 74 per cent of the total issues are now of the
denominations of $10s and $20s, the amount of the former being
$193,777,650, and the latter $145,751,440. The $5 notes amount to
$62,108,195; $50 notes, 117,712,900; and $100s, $37,190,300. There
are still outstanding about $500,000 of notes of the denomination of
$1 and $2, and $117,500 of the denomination of $500 and $1,000.
The amount of each denomination of circulation outstanding at the
close of the year, the amount previously issued, together with total
redemptions, are shown in the following table:

Ones
Twos
Fives
Tens
Twenties
Fifties. . . .
One hundreds
Five hundreds
One thousands

.

Circulation
Total reoutstanddeemed to
Oct.
Oct. 31, 1904. ing 1904. 31,

Issued during the
year.

Denomination.

. .

Total
Unredeemed fractions
Total

Issued previous years.

Total issued
to Oct. 31.
1904.

$33,893,160
95,306,790
63,537,860
6,908,100
13,816,200

$23,169,677
15,495,038
868,388,540
913,971,810
589,070, 720
145,720,550
242,902,500
11,947,000
7,379,000

$23,169,677
15,495,038
902,281,700
1,009,278,600
652,608,580
152,628,650
256,718,700
11,947,000
7,379,000

$22,824,750
15,329,872
840,173,505
815,500,950
506,857,140
134,915,750
219,528,400
11,853,500
7,355,000

344,927
165,166
62,108,195
193,777,650
145,751,440
17,712,900
37,190, 300
93,500
24,000

213,462,110

2,818,044,835

3,031,506,945

2,574,338,867
-37,487

457,168,078
+37,487

2,574,301,380

457,205,565

NOTE.—Circulation outstanding and issued by national gold banks, amounting to $75,935, not
included in this table.

By reference to statistics compiled in the office of the Secretary of
the Treasury, relating to the stock of money in the United States, at
the close of the fiscal year ended June 30, 1864, to 1904, and also to
office statistics with respect to the amount of national-bank notes outstanding on the same dates, it appears that the proportion of bank
notes to the whole stock of money decreased from a maximum of 43.27
per cent in 1874 to a minimum of 9.86 per cent in 1892. From the
latter date to 1900, when the percentage was 13.233, the fluctuation
from year to year was only about 1 per cent. In 1901 the proportion
of national-bank notes was 14.25, but dropped in 1902 to 13.91, rose
to 15.91 in 1903, and stood at 16.2 in 1904, the highest proportion since
1887.
There appears in the appendix to this report a statement based upon
every report of condition made to the Comptroller of the Currency by
national banks from October 5, 1863, to September 6, 1904, showing
the paid-in capital stock, outstanding circulation, aggregate resources,
money in the United States on June 1 of each year, and the percentage
of circulation to capital, assets, and money in the United States. On
September 9, 1903, the percentage of circulation to capital stock was
49.8; to the banks' assets, 5.9, and on June 30 of that year, 13.4, to the
money in the United States. On September 6, 1904, the percentage
of circulation to capital had increased to 53.4, the percentage of assets
standing unchanged at 5.9, and the percentage of stock of money of
the country, based on the June returns, 14.2.
Circulating notes to the amount of $274,777,278 were delivered to the
National Bank Redemption Agency for redemption during the year,
of which $99,047,325 being in good condition were returned to the



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banks of issue, $143,799,170 were redeemed and destroyed, new notes
being issued therefor, and $31,930,783 notes of reducing, insolvent,
and liquidating banks were redeemed and destroyed, necessarily without reissue.
In connection with the distribution of circulation the following
table, based on the reports of condition made to this office from
November 17, 1903, to September 6, 1904, is interesting as indicating
the amount and changes of notes outstanding, of banks located in the
city of New York, in all central reserve cities (New York, Chicago,
and St. Louis), other reserve cities, all central and other reserve cities,
banks located elsewhere than in reserve cities, and the total reported
outstanding:
Date.

New York.

New York,
Chicago,
and
St. Louis.

Other
reserve
cities.

All
reserve
cities.

Country.

1903.
November 17

Millions.
$46.4

Millions.
861.6

Millions.
$74.2

Millions.
$135.8

Millions.
$240.4

Millions.
$376.2

1904.
January 22
March 28
January 9
September 6

43.2
37.3
38.1
39.3

'59.1
53.5
55.1
56.3

77.4
80.7
85.5
87.7

136.5
134.2
140.6
144.0

244.4
251.7
258.9
267.2

380.9
385.9
399.5
411.2

P R O F I T ON N A T I O N A L - B A N K

Total.

CIRCULATION.

In calculating the profit on the issue of circulating notes by national
banking associations the question considered is: What would be the
net receipts in excess of interest obtained from an investment of the
amount of the cost price of bonds in loans or otherwise ? The average
net monthly price of United States 2 per cent consols of 1930, during
the year ended October 31,1904, fluctuated from a maximum of 106.583
in November, 1903, to a minimum of 104.7 in August, 1904. Bonds
to the amount of $100,000 cost, therefore, $106,583, at the highest price
prevailing. This amount loaned at 6 per cent would produce $6,394.98.
Assuming that the circulation is loaned at 6 per cent, a bank's receipts
would then be $6,000 interest on circulation, and $2,000 on the bonds
deposited with the Treasurer of the United States. From the gross
receipts of $8,000 there must be deducted taxes on circulation $500,
expenses incident to the preparation of plates for the printing of notes,
the redemption of circulation, etc., of $62.50, and a sinking fund of
$103.99, set aside to meet the premium on the bonds, leaving net
receipts of $7,333.51, or an excess of $938.53, over the interest on the
cost price of bonds, or a net profit of 0.881 per cent. With bonds at
the minimum price during the year, 104.7, the profit on circulation
rises to 1.028 per cent. This unquestionably exceeds the actual rate
of profit, as in the calculation it is assumed that the entire circulation
is loaned at 6 per cent, whereas, on an average of 1 to 2 per cent of a
bank's circulation, as shown by periodical reports made to the Comptroller of the Currency, appears as " on hand."
The computation made by the Government actuary of the profit on
national-bank circulation, based on the average net price monthly of
bonds during the year ended October 31,1904, will be found in Table 51
of the appendix to this report.
CUB
3
1904, PT 1


REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
BANKS WITHOUT CIRCULATION.

Notwithstanding the liberalizing of the circulating franchise of
national banking associations, there are a number of banks in the system which do not and never have availed themselves of the privilege
of taking out and issuing circulating notes. At the close of the year
ended October 31 there were 10 banks in this class, with aggregate
capital of $3,185,000. These banks have on deposit with the Treasurer of the United States bonds to the amount of $246,500, on which
thev would be entitled to circulation to that amount.
LIFE OF UNITED STATES AND NATIONAL-BANK NOTES.

In his current annual report the Treasurer of the United States presents statistics relative to the estimated life, by denominations, of
United States notes, coin certificates, and national-bank notes, basing
the calculation on the number of United States notes and coin certificates issued up to June 30, 1904, and bank circulation to October 31.
1903.
The results are summarized in the following table:
Denomination.

United Treasury Gold cer- Silver National
States
bank
notes. tificates. certifinotes.
cates.
notes.
Years.

One dollar
Two dollars
Five dollars
Ten dollars
Twenty dollars
Fifty doLars
One hundred dollars .
Five hundred dollars
One thousand dollars
Five thousand dollars
Ten thousand dollars
All denominations

...

3.033
3.165
4.338
4.003
5.842
6.008
6.020
3 610
3.837
325
.160
3.695

Years.
1.693
1.828
2.880
3.577
3.815
3.598
3.527

Years.

1.891

2.136

2.830
3.441
3.115
2.971
2.289
1.208
1.508
2.877

Years.
1.375
1.540
2.020
3.411
3.890
3.182
2.713
1.870
1.407

1 717 ;

Years.

4.305
4.425
3.967
4.044
4.282
4.540
4.245
5.181
3.327

4 ftfSK

STOCK OF MONEY OF THE WORLD.

Statistics relating to the aggregate stock of money in the principal
countries of the world at the close of the calendar year 1903 have been
received and compiled by the Bureau of the Mint, from which it appears
that the aggregate is $12,313,100,000, the amount of gold being $5,628,200,000, of which $2,892,600,000 is held in banks and public treasuries,
$2,526,000,000 being in general circulation. The stock of silver aggregates $3,201,400,000, of which $2,268,700,000 is " full tender" and the
remaining $932,700,000 limited tender. Uncovered paper currency is
stated as amounting to $3,483,500,000. Of the total stock of money in
the world $2,500,200,000, or approximately one fifth, is held in this
country. The stock of gold of the United States, $1,320,400,000, is
greater than that of any other country and is nearlv one-fourth of the
world's stock. The amount of silver is $679,200",000. The per capita circulation of the United States is $30.70 and is greater than that of
any of the principal countries of the world except France, wherein it
is $40.09. The circulation per capita of the various kinds of money in
the United States is as follows: gold, $16.26; silver, $8.36, and paper,



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35

$6.17. Tabular statistics relating to the stock of money, standard and
unit of value, of the principal countries of the world appear in the
appendix to this report.
From a statement issued from the office of the Secretary of the Treasury under date of June 30 last, the coin and other money of the United
States was shown to amount to $2,803,500,000, of which $284,300,000
consisted of coin, etc., in the Treasury as assets, $982,900,000 in the
banks of the country, and $1,536,300,000 not in the Treasury or banks
and assumed to be in general circulation. Deducting from the stock
the amount in the Treasury, the total in circulation, that is, the
amount held by banks and others, amounts to $2,519,200,000. In other
words, the per capita in circulation is $30.77, and the per capita in
circulation not in the Treasury or in banks is $18.77. Coin and other
currency in Treasury's assets constituted 10.14 per cent of the total
stock; money in reporting banks, 35.06 per cent, and money not in
the Treasury or in banks, 54.80 per cent.
In the following table is shown the amount of coin and other currency in the United States at the close of the fiscal year ended June
30, 1892, to 1904, inclusive; coin, etc., in Treasury as assets, amount
in circulation, the latter divided to show the amount in banks and
elsewhere, with the percentage for each year in the Treasury, in banks,
and in circulation; the per capita in circulation, exclusive of the
amount held in the Treasury, and the amount in circulation, exclusive
of the amount in Treasurv and in the banks:

Year.

Amount.

Per
Per
Per
Per
cent. Amount. cent. capita. Amount. capita.

Millions. Millions.
$150.9
81,752.2
142.1
1,738.8
144.2
1,805.0
217.4
1,819. 3
293.5
1, 799.9
265.7
1,905.9
235.7
2,073. 5
286.0
2,190.0
284.6
2,339. 7
307.8
2,483.1
313.9
2,563.2
317.0
2, 684. 7
284.3
2,803.5

Millions.
$586.4
515.9
688.9
631.1
531.8
628.2
687.7
723.2
749.9
a 794. 9
b837.9
c848.0
d982.9

Millions.
33. 48 $1,014.9
1,080.8
29.68
971.9
38.17
970.8
34.69
974.6
29.55
1,012.0
32.96
1,150.1
33.17
1,180.8
33.02
1,305.2
32.05
1,380.4
32.02
1,411.4
32.69
1,519.7
31.59
35. 06 1,536.3

cent.

1892...
1893...
1894...
1895...
1896...
1897...
1898...
1899...
1900...
1901...
1902...
1903...
1904 e .

In circulation,
Money not in Treasury exclusive of coin,
or banks.
etc.,in Treasury
as assets.

Coin, etc., in
Coin and
Treasury as
other
assets.
money
in the
United
States. Amount. Per

8.60
8.17
7.99
11. 95
16.31
13. 95
11.37
13.06
12.16
12.39
12.24
11.80
10.14

Money in reporting banks.

57.92 $15.50
62.15 16.14
14.21
53.84
13.89
53.36
13.65
54.14
53.09 13.87
15.43
55.46
15.51
53.92
17.11
55.79
55. 59 17.75
17.90
55.07
56.61 18.88
18. 77
54.80

Millions.
$1,601.3
1,596.7
1,660.8
1, 601.9
1,506.4
1,640.2
1,837.8
1,904.0
2,055.1
2,175.3
2,249.3
2,367.7
2,519.2

$24.44
23.85
24.28
22.93
21.10
22.49
24.66
25.01
26. 94
27.98
28. 53
29.42
30.77

a$12,567,265, ^$10,125,909, c$9,240,801, and tf$7,620,304 in banks of island possessions not included in
these returns,
e Population, estimated, 81,867,000.

Including coin and other currenc}7 held by reporting banks in the
island possessions in June, 1904, a total is shown of $990,575,820, an
increase over the amount in banks on the corresponding date in 1903
of $133,316,167, and of this increase $107,551,682 is in the holdings
of national banks and $25,764,485 in State and private banks.
In the following statement is shown the amount and percentage of
mone}7 in the banks of the countiy, by geographical divisions, for the
vears indicated:




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EEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
GEOGRAPHICAL

DISTRIBUTION OF M O N E Y

1896
Division.

IN

1902.

BANKS.

1903.

1904.

Amount.

Amount.

Per
cent.

Amount.

Per
cent.

Amount.

Millions.
$51.3
262.2
36.9
134.1
21.0
26.3

9.65
49.30
6.94
25.21
3.95
4.95

Millions.
$66.6
390.6
57.4
240.1
34.5
48.7

7.95
46.61
6.85
28.66
4.12
5.81

Millions.
$62.2
390.2
59.8
243.0
39.6
53.2

7.34
46.01
7.05
28.66
4.68
6.26

Millions.
$59.2
497.3
68.9
261.9
42.4
53.2

6.02
50.60
7.01
26.65
4.31
5.41

531.8

New England States.
Eastern States
Southern States
Middle States
Western States
Pacific States

Per
cent.

100.00

837.9

100.00

848.0

100.00

982.9

100.00

Total

Per
cent.

As will be seen in the following- table over one-half of the currency
in banks of the country is held by those located in the Eastern States
and aggregates $497,320,102, an increase over the amount held on the
corresponding date in 1903 of $107,090,962, and which is over 80 per
cent of the increase in the holdings of cash of all banks of the country.
The banks in the Middle Western States increased their currency holdings during the year to the extent of $18,889,187; banks in the Southern States to the extent of $9,110,967, and in the Western States,
$2,852,643. There is shown to be an apparent decrease in the cash
holdings of the banks of the New England States of $3,020,180, but this
is mainly accounted for from the fact that in the 1903 returns, in one
State, the amounts due from banks were included in cash in banks.
There was no material change in the amount of cash held by banks
located in the Pacific States and Territories. A net reduction of
$1,620,501 is shown in the amount of currency held by banks located
in the island possessions. Of the increase in cash holdings of the
banks, amounting, as heretofore stated, to $133,316,167, approximately $115,500,000 is in the holdings of banks located in four of the
States, as follows: New York, $97,496,127; Illinois, $6,338,127; Ohio,
$4,843,518; Missouri, $6,791,472.
The table referred to is as follows:
CASH

IN

N A T I O N A L A N D O T H E R B A N K S ON OR A B O U T J U N E 30, 1903
E E P O R T E D TO T H E C O M P T R O L L E R O F T H E C U R R E N C Y .

Cash in bank.

A N D 1904,

1903.

1904.

National banks
Other banks
National banks
Other banks
National banks
Other banks
National banks
Other banks
National banks
Other banks
National banks
Other banks
National banks
Other banks

$44,605,271
al7, 627, 650
292,375,988
97,853,152
36,301,818
23,488,353
162,759,525
80,240,401
25,503,226
14,044,096
19,680,250
c 33,539,119
220,049
9,020,755

$46,920,129
13,292,612
375,346,968
121,973,134
41,520,154
27,380,984
175,964,967
85,924,148
27,234,462
15,165,503
22,743,222
30,489,234
267,907
7,352,396

$1,314,858
64,335,038
82,970,980
24,119,982
5,218,336
3,892,631
13,205,442
5,683,747
1,731,236
1,121,407
3,062,972
b3,049,885
47,858
b1,668,359

United States, etc . . . National banks
Other banks

581,446,127
275,813,526

688,997,809
301,578,011

857,259,653

990,575,820 d 133,316,167

Total
increase or
decrease.

Increase or
decrease.

Geographical
division.
New England
Eastern
Southern
Middle Western
Western
Pacific
Islands

Class of banks.

Grand total

|

&$3,020,180

} 107,090,962
j
>

9,110,967

1

18,889,187

}

2,852,643

|

13,087

|

61,620,501

107,551,682 \
25,764,485

133,316,167

a Cash included amount due from banks and bankers in Connecticut.
b Decrease.
cCash included amount due from banks and bankers in Arizona.
d Net increase.




AS

d 133,316,167

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REPOET OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

The returns from the banks in relation to their currency holdings
are summarized in the following table:
GOLD, ETC. , H E L D BY NATIONAL BANKS ON J U N E 9, 1904, AND BY OTHER
BANKS AND BANKERS ON OR ABOUT THE SAME DATE.

National
All other
banks (5,331). banks (9,519),

Classification.

$111, 296,409
161, 155,120
36, 880,000
82, 278,000
11, 209,634
9, 593,194
76, 251,788
169, 729,173
28, 795,425
1, 809,066

Gold coin
Gold Treasury certificates
United States certificates for gold deposited .
Gold clearing-house certificates
Silver dollars
Silver fractional
Silver Treasury certificates
Legal tenders
National bank notes
Fractional currency
Specie (not classified)
Cash (not classified)

$29,708,074
60,988,248
a 10,673,048

REPORTING

Total—all
banks
(14,850).
$141,004,483
222,143,368
36,880,000
82,278,000
21,882,682
9,593, JL94

8,731,895
84,694,678
301,578,011

i, 997,809

Total.

87,841.345
252,150i 821
41,566,288
1,809,066
8,731,895
84,694,678
990,575,820

11,589,557
82,421,648
12,770,863

a Includes fractional silver.

FOREIGN BANKS OF ISSUE, ETC.

Information relating to the principal items of resources and liabilities of foreign banks is set forth in the following table. So much of
the table as relates to the principal European banks of issue, excepting
the item of capital stock and deposits and advances of the banks of
Scotland and Ireland, was taken from the July number of the Bulletin
de Statistique. To these data have been added returns from other
foreign banks, and the statistics are presumed to be comprehensive
and accurate in respect to the items indicated.
CAPITAL, SPECIE. CIRCULATION,

ETC., OF THE PRINCIPAL FOREIGN BANKS OF ISSUE ON
OR ABOUT J U N E 30, 1904.

[Expressed in millions of dollars.]

European, etc., banks."

Imperial Bank of Germany.
Banks of issue of Germany.
Bank of Austria-Hungary..
National Bank of Belgium.
National Bank of Bulgaria.
National Bank of Denmark.
Bank of Spain
Bank of Finland
Bank of France
National Bank of Greece...
Italy:
Bank of Italy
Bank of Naples
Bank of Sicily
Bank of Norway
Bank of Netherlands
Bank of Portugal
National BankofRoumania.

Capital.

28.9
15.8
41.9
9.6
1.8
6.8
28.9
1.9
35.2
3.9
28.9
11.6
3.5
8.0
14.6
2.9

Gold. j Silv

229.6

62.8

23.0
71.0
4.1
535.9

99.1
5
218.6

90.6
19.6
7.9

21.1
2.7
.4

26.6
5.2
13.2

32.4
6.9

Current accounts
Rate
Total Circu- Depos- and deposits Loans. of dis| specie. lation.
its.
belongcount.
ing to
treasury.

209.9
14.2
292.4
21.5
2.7
23.0
170.1
4.6
754.5
6

356.5
32.3
335.6
124.1
7.7
30.2
310.8
14.5
832.4
25.2

130.2
20.9
31.3
10.7
13.6
9
127.4
4.2
132.0
16.4

111.7
22.3
8.3
6.7
59.0
12.1
14.0

164.5
53.5
11.0
16.5
92.3
73.0
32.2

34.3
15.0
7.4
1.6
5.3
1.8

0.6
3.1
4
Q.6
64.1
1
45.6
.3
3.6
28.5

267.3
43 5
142.0
112.8
13.4
13 6
185.4
11.0
246.9
19.2
66.7
27.4
9.3
11.8
41.1
25.1
15.7

Per ct.
4.0
3.5
3.0
8.0
45
4.5
5.0
3.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
3.0
5.5
5.0

«Statement of European banks from Bulletin de Statistique, July, 1904, except deposits and
advances of banks of Scotland and Ireland, an" +he capital stock of the various banks.




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REPOKT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

CAPITAL, SPECIE, CIRCULATION, ETC., OF THE PRINCIPAL FOREIGN BANKS OF ISSUE ON
OR ABOUT J U N E 30, 1904—Continued.

European, etc., banks.

United Kingdom:
Bank of England
Banks of Scotland
Banks of Ireland
[mperial Bank of Russia ...
National Bank of Servia
Royal Bank of Sweden
Banks of issue of Switzerland
Imperial Ottoman Bank
Bank of Japan
Bank of Algiers
Total

•

Capital.

70.8
45.3
35 5
28.3
1.1
11.9
30.1
24.0
15.0

Gold.

Current accounts
and deRate
Total CircuSilver. specie. lation. Depos- posits Loans. of disits. belongcount.
ing to
treasury.

170.5
429.0
3.5
15.9

43.2

22.5

1.7

506.2 1,668.1

1.3

170.5
28.7
16.4
472.2
3.5
17.2

139.3
36.2
33 9
347.5
7.4
39.8

242.5
505.1
254 3
70.3
.4
13.8

158.0

175.1
341.2
197 2
203.8
3.2
27.5

24.2
9.8
36.4
7.3

43.2
5.6
101.3
21.5

248.0
40.1
7.0
1.8

8.1
17.2
5.0

197.1
31.5
33.4
19.4

491.5 2,513.8 3,288.0 1,936.3

43.5

Per ct.

3.0

5.5
6.0
4.5
4.0
5.84

384.7 2,481.6

OTHER FOREIGN BANKS.

England, joint stock and
private banks of &

Banks of Mexico
Banks of Canada
Banks of Australasia
Banks of Central and South
America
Total .

280.1
103 6
79.5
94 1
128. 6
1,192.1 1,668.1

b 752.4
63.9
16.2
c 143. 7

3.0 2,974.2
207.8
83.0
475.3
60.2
609.3
23.5

d 143.0

29.2

1, 972. 6
216 1
508.7
$91 5

373.0

342.2

491.5 3,633.0 3,486.9 6,575.9

384.7 6,112. 7

a Statement of European banks from Bulletin de Statistique, July, 1904, except deposits and
advances of banks of Scotland and Ireland, and the capital stock of the various banks.
b Cash money at call and short notice.
o Includes specie, bullion, and cash balances.
d Includes specie and paper currency.
FOREIGN SAVINGS BANKS.

Conformably with request Mr. M. L. Jacobson, of the Bureau of
Statistics, has compiled for this report, from various official sources,
statistics relative to the amount of deposits, number of depositors,
average deposit, etc., of postal and other savings banks of the world,
which will be found hereinafter.
The following analysis of the statistics formed a bulletin issued by
the Bureau of Statistics, Department of Commerce and Labor, under
date of November 17:
The total deposits in all the savings banks of the world, according to latest official
information received by the Department of Commerce and Labor through its Bureau
of Statistics, amounted to over 10J billion dollars, contributed by 82,640,000 depositors. Of this total the United States shows aggregate deposits of $3,060,179,000,
credited to7,305,000 depositors. As the figures used in arriving at the grand totals
cover about one-half of the population of the world, viz, over 770 million, it appears
that the United States, with less than 9J percent of the total population considered, contributes over 29 per cent of the total savings deposits recorded. Of the total number
of depositors, or rather deposit accounts, the share of the United States is somewhat
less than 9 per cent, while the average deposit per account is more than four times
and the average savings per inhabitant more than three and one-half times the corresponding averages for the rest of the world.
It is interesting to note that in Europe and even in Canada the functions of the
government in this field are larger than in this country, where the State restricts
itself merely to formulating the general legislation pertaining to the subject, sanctioning special charters for the creation of savings banks and controlling through special



REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

39

officers the proper workings of such banks. The European governments in many
cases have shown greater interest in this mode of popular saving, either by guaranteeing the safety of deposits or by instituting government institutions, chiefly postal
savings banks, tor the receiving and managing of savings deposits. In some countries,
such as Russia, Bulgaria, and Roumania, the lack of private initiative and the preponderating influence of the State in the entire economic life of the nation have
caused the development of public savings banks to an almost exclusive extent. In
other countries, such as Germany, Switzerland, and France, the local public bodies,
such as the communes or cantons, from the very outset invited and fostered the
deposits of small savings by establishing municipal savings institutions. Wherever
the central government is in immediate, though not exclusive, charge of the savings
service, as in the United Kingdom, Belgium, and Russia, parts of the deposits are
invested in government securities, so that the public savings institutions there serve
the double purpose of providing a safe investment for the capital of the less well-to-do
and commercially inexperienced class of the population, as well as of strengthening
the public credit of the country by attracting investments on the part of such classes,
which, left to their own initiative, might not choose this or, for that matter, any
other mode of investment.
The common feature of all savings banks, no matter how organized, is that they
are not working for profit, the underlying idea being rather to make the deposits
as secure as possible. This results naturally in an interest rate on deposits considerably below the normal commercial rate prevailing in the respective countries. The
figures as shown in the table reveal different degrees of what might be termed the
*' savings capacity'' of the different nations, though it should always be borne in
mind that the amounts deposited with savings banks by no means represent the only
savings of a nation. Another factor which makes comparisons difficult is the fact
that apart from differences in legislation, leaving to these institutions a greater or
smaller latitude of freedom of investment, the regulations regarding the maximum
amounts which may be credited to one indiviual vary according to country, and that
therefore the average size of the savings deposit casts but little light on the general
prosperity of the people and the more or less equitable distribution of wealth among
them.
The general social conditions of a country, the spread of general education and
"banking" habits among the masses, existing facilities of communication, the ease
and lack of formalities with which savings are made, and last, but not least, the use
made by the population of other modes of saying—all these factors have to be considered when international comparison of savings statistics are attempted. To give
but a few examples: The total savings deposits of France, as stated in the table,
appear less than those of Austria, while the aggregate savings deposits of Prussia are
shown to exceed those of France by almost 80 per cent. Any conclusions with
regard to the relative prosperity of these countries based on these figures would be
erroneous, as in France the savings banks deposits constitute but a part, and by no
means the larger part, of the total savings of the nation. As a matter of fact, the
investments of the French people in Russian public bonds during the most recent
period only, not to mention the holdings of the enormous national debt at home,
according to the most conservative estimates exceed by far the amounts deposited in
national savings institutions. In the case of Austria the figures given are somewhat
misleading, since the postal savings banks there are engaged in the general banking
business, the amounts reported as ordinary deposits exceeding those reported under
the head of savings deposits.
With all these restrictions and interpretation clauses, the figures given are interesting as showing the wronderful results obtained in this field through ingenious organization on the one hand and the spread of thrift and saving habits among the large




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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

The tables hereinbefore referred to are as follows:
NUMBER OF DEPOSITORS, AMOUNT OP DEPOSITS, AVERAGE DEPOSIT ACCOUNT, AVERAGE
DEPOSIT PER INHABITANT AT THE DATES MENTIONED IN POSTAL AND OTHER SAVINGS BANKS OF THE WORLD.

Country.

Population.

Date of reports.

Number of
depositors.

Deposits.

Australia, Common1902 a
wealth of
1,086,018
3,776,273
$164,161,981
1901-2b
Austria
26,204,047
4,946,307
876,941,933
Belgium
6,985,219 Dec. 31,1903 e 2,088,448
0 141,851,419
Canada
5,528,847 June 30,1903
213,638
d60,771,128
Denmark
2, 449,540 Mar. 31,1902 e 1,203,120
e236,170,057
38,962,000 Dec. 31,1902 11,298,474
847,224,910
France
56,862,000 Dec. 31,1901 15,432,211
2,273,406,226
German y
34,472,509 Dec. 31,1902 / 9,377,503 /1,485,793,500
Prussia
1901-20
5,347,182
1,330,275
Holland
72,738,817
1,717,515
Hungary
19,692,807 Dec. 31,1902
432,810,515
Mar. 31,1902
India, British h
231,898,807
866,693
34,656, 371
33,218,328 Dec. 31,1903
6,740,138
1 482,263,472
Italy
7,467,452
1902-33
45,426,651
40,887,186
Japan
772,719 Dec. 31,1902
261,948
New Zealand
38,332,823
2,244, 607
Norway
do
718,823
89,633,481
Roumanian
5,912,520 Sept. 30,1903
145,507
7,426,031
Russia, including Asiatic
4,950,607
part*
141,000,000 July 31,1904
445,014,951
226,894
Finland
2,781,017 Dec. 31,1902
21,144,278
Sweden
5,198, 752 Dec. 31,1903
1,892,586
151,480,442
42,371,216
11,093, 469
966,854,253
United Kingdom
1903w
3,100,000
193,000,000
Switzerland «
1,300,000
1900
32,936,217
354,275
British colonies, n.e.s. 11,841,716
1902-3
Total
United States
Grand total

75,334.398 7,609,706,491
691,574,248
81,867,000 I June 30,1904 7,305, ^43 3,060,178,611
773,441,248 I
82,639,841 j 10,669,885,102

Average
Average amount
deposdeposit
account. ited per
inhabitant.
$151.15
177.29
67.92
289.14
196.29
75.01
147.38
158.44
54.83
251.91
39.98
71.55
5.48
146.34
124.69
51.04

$43.47
33.47
20.37
10.99
96.41
21.75
39.98
43.10
13.60
21.92
.15
14.52
.90
49.61
39.94
1.26

89.90
93.19
80.54
87.15
148.46
92.97

3.16
7.60
29.14
22.82
62.26
2.78

101.01
418.89

11.00
37.38

a Figures for New South Wales relate to Dec. 31; figures for the other States to June 30.
b Figures for postal savings banks relate to the end of the calendar year 1902; figures for the other
savings banks to the end of 1901.
cDeposits with the State-controlled Caisse Generale d'Epargne. Includes savings deposits with
post-offices. Moreover, accounts are published in the Annuaire Statistique of 4 municipal and 5 private savings banks for the year 1902. At the end of that year these 9 institutions had 45,165 depositors,
credited with 46,262,519 francs' worth of deposits.
dExclusive of data for the "special savings banks," the total deposits in which on June 30, 1903,
amounted to $21,241,993. The total deposits with all savings banks amount thus to $82,013,121, making
the average deposit per inhabitant $14.83. This total does not include the savings deposits in the
chartered banks.
e Includes all savings institutions. Figures for savings banks proper, exclusive of branches of ordinary banks, were 897,405 (number of depositors) and 532,273,124 kroner (total deposits plus interests
due on said deposits at the end of the year).
/Not included in the grand total.
g Figures for private savings banks for the year 1901; figures for Government postal savings banks
r
for the year 1902.
ft Data for postal savings banks only.
i Exclusive of 132,009,802 lire savings deposits with the so-called " Societa ordinarie di credito," and
313,407,272lire with the "Societa cooperative di credito." No data are given with regard to number
of depositors in these institutions.
3 Figures for private savings banks for the calendar year 1902; figures for Government postal savings
banks for fiscal year ended Mar. 31, 1903.
Jc Figures for the " Casa de economie " only.
l Preliminary data for all Government savings banks as published by the Viestnik Finansov, No.
39,1904.
m Year ended Nov. 20 for trustees savings banks.
n Estimates of M. Guillaume Fatio in the Journal de Statistique Suisse, 1900, No. 4.




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41

FOREIGN POSTAL SAVINGS BANKS RETURNS.
Date to which Number of
figures refer. depositors.
230.755
75;736

834,552,676
1,840,690

1149.74
24.30

Dec. 31,1903
do
Dec. 31,1902
June 30,1903
Dec. 31,1902

1,694, 702
57,038
1, 582,442
167,023
3, 991,412

36,568,590
54,918,334
108,770,680
44,255,326
213,603,320

21.58
962.84
68.74
264.96
53.51

do.
do.
Mar. 31,
190-z
Dec. 31,
1903
Mar. 31.
1903
Dec. 3 i
l1902
.do '
Dec. 31,1903
Dec. 31, 1902
Dec. 31, 1903

1,262,051
8,769
866,693
4,951,971
2,906,899
966,433
1,163,310
53,503
577,627
9, 403,852

10,309,416
9,205,888
34,656,365
167,785,138
15,167,047
40,839,011
b77,043,466
981,280
14,449, 594
711,166, 692

8.17
1,049.82
39.99
33.87
5.30
42. 26
66. 23
18. 34
25.01
75.62

June 30,1902
Dec. 31,1902
....do

92,413
8,678
227,465

13,266,439
261,847
33,499,950

143.56
30.17
147.28

;,772 I 1,623,141,749

Australia, Commonwealth of:
New South Wales
Tasmania
Austria:
Savings department
Banking department
Belgium
Canada
France «
Hungary:
Savings department
Banking department
India, British
Italy
Japan
Netherlands
Russia, including Asiatic, part.
Finland
Sweden
United Kingdom
British colonies—
Cape Colony
Guiana
New Zealand

Deposits.

Dec. 31,1902
do.

Country.

53.59

Total.

Average
deposit.

a Data relating to the Caisse National e d'Epargne.
& Exclusive of securities deposited with the government savings banks, the nominal value of which
at the end of the year amounted to $4,848,287.
SAVINGS BANKS RETURNS FOR THE BRITISH COLONIES.

Population.

Colony.

Straits Settlements .
Ceylon
Mauritius
Australia, Commonwealth of:
New South Wales
Victoria.
South Australia.
West Australia..
Tasmania
Queensland

572,249
3,565,954
375,882

...

Dec. 31
do
June 30

1,359,133
1,201,341
362,604
184,124
172,475
j
496,596

; Dec. 31
! June 30
!
do
;
do
I Dec. 31
j June 30

Total, Commonwealth
New Zealand
Falkland Islands.
Cape Colony
Natal
St. Helena
Lagos
Gold Coast
Sierra Leone
Gambia
Newfoundland.
Bermuda
British Honduras
Bahamas
Turks and Caicos islands .
Jamaica
St. Lucia...
St. Vincent.
Barbados . .
Grenada .




I Date to which
j figures refer, year Number of
11902, unless stated depositors.
I
otherwise.

3,776,273

j
I
j
!
!
I

772,719
2,043
2,433,000
925,118
3,342
41,847
1,486,433
76,655
13,461
216,615
17,535
37,479
53,735
5,287
766,566
49,883
47,548
195,588
63,438

2,951
86.853
25;732
f
92,457
\ a 230,755
410,126
116,436
45,108
/ # 75, 736
\
30 715
84,685

Deposits.

8219,996
1,826,043
903,685
25,915,845
34,552,676
49,302,512
19,339,471
9,193,213
1,840,690
3,969,420
20,041,887

1,086,018 164,161,981
Dec. 31
Sept. 30
/June 30
i . 31
do
do
.do .
....do
....do
do .
....do
do
....do
June 30
Dec. 31
1903, ending Mar.
31.
Dec. 31
.do.
1903, ending Mar.
31
Dec. 31
„.

« Post-office savings banks.

227 465
34 483
390
a 92, 413
8,604
20,178
221
1,465
431
4,576
275
4,508
1,803
449
1,480
201
32,569

33,499,950
4 832,873
250,542
13,266,439
1,539,410
2,883,708
158,171
93, 354
25,890
245 335
23,515
1,435,485
40,464
229,954
80,818
6,901
2,120,982

1,590
992

77, 655
58,275

13,566
1,847

985,398
56,418

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
SAVINGS BANKS RETURNS FOR THE BRITISH COLONIES—Continued.

Population.

Colony.

Date to which
figures refer, year Number of
1902, unless stated depositors.
otherwise.

29,782 Dec. 31.
12,774
do.
34,953
do.
12,215
do.
28,894
do.
293,958 |

St. Christopher
Nevis
Antigua
Montserrat
Dominica
British Guiana
Trinidad
Gibraltar
Malta
Seychelles
Total

255,148 I
20,355
184,742
19,237 !

Deposits.

do.

11,841,716 I

$45,629
11,699
200,622
17,427
38,076
a 261,847
6209,116
1,526 972
7,701
290,631
2,780,972
17,087

354,275

do.
do.
do.

426
65
1,773
161
432
a 8,678
b13,779
14,531
3,496
7,561
279

32,936,217

a Post-office savings banks.
fr Government savings banks.
NOTE.—-Totals do not include Australia and New Zealand.

BANKING POWER OF THE WORLD.

The banking power of the United States, made up of the capital,
surplus profits, deposits, and circulation of banks of the United States
and island possessions, aggregates $13,826,000,000. These figures
include funds of national banks, amounting to $5,171,000,000; reporting State banks and bankers, $8,092,000,000, and nonreporting banks,
estimated, $563,000,000.
From the latest and most reliable data the banking power of foreign
countries has been estimated at $19,781,000,000, thus making the
aggregate banking power of the world approximately $33,608,000,000.
The world's banking power in 1890, as estimated by Mulhall, was
$15,985,000,000, the United States being credited by him with something less than one-third of that amount. The present estimate, compared with MulhalPs, shows that the banking power of the United
States has increased since that date by $8,676,000,000, or 168.47
per cent, and that of foreign countries by $8,946,000,000, or 82.57
per cent, the combined banking power of the world having increased
since 1890 from $15,985,000,000 to $33,608,000,000, a total ratio of
increase of 110.25 per cent.
The subjoined tables give in detail the banking power of the United
States, foreign countries, and the world.
BANKING POWER OF THE UNITED STATES.
Classification.

No.

National banks
5,331
State, etc., banks
9,519
Nonreporting banks b.. 3,994
Total

Capital.

Surplus etc.

Deposits.

Circulation.

$767,378 148 $581, 638 ,528 o$3,422 783,332 $399,583,837 $5,171,383 845
625,116 824 779,
781 6 688 107,157
8,092,465, 76?
33, 361 ,882
81,409 702
447 998,992
562,770 576

18,844 1,473,904 674 1,394, 242 ,191

10 ,558 889,481

399,583,837 . 13,826,620 183

a Includes Government deposits.
& Estimated; capital, etc., based on reports received from private banks.




Total.

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
BANKING

POWER OF FOREIGN

Classification.

Capital.

Principal European and other foreign
banks of issue .
Foreign savings banks
Total

Millions of
dollars.
1,192.1

COUNTRIES.

Surplus.

Circulation.

Deposits.

Total.

Millions of Millions of Millions of Millions of
dollars,
dollars.
dollars.
dollars.
a 531. 8
12,171.4
6, 960. 6
3,486. 9
7,609. 7
7,609. 7

1,192.1

531.8

3,486.9

14,570.3

19,781.1

a Estimated.
W O R L D ' S BANKING

POWER.

Increase.
Classification.

Banking power of the United States
Banking power of foreign countries
Banking power of the world

1890.

1904.

Millions of
dollars.
5,150.0
10,835.0

Millions of
dollars.
13,826.6
19, 781.1

Millions of
dollars.
8,676.6
8,946.1

168.47
82.57

15 985.0

33,607.7

17, 622. 7

110.25

Amount.

Per cent.

STATE, SAVINGS, PRIVATE BANKS, LOAN AND TRUST COMPANIES.

• Incorporated in the national-bank act is the provision that the Comptroller of the Currency shall include in his annual report to Congress
information relative to the condition of banks and banking institutions
chartered and operated under State authority. In obtaining such
information the usual course has been followed in calling upon officers
of States having supervision of institutions of that character for
abstracts or copies of reports filed therewith. In States having no
laws providing for the submission and compilation of the reports,
requests were addressed to each incorporated and private bank for a
statement of condition, of date June 30, 1904.
Official returns concerning the condition of incorporated commercial
banks have been received from all the States and Territories of-the
Union with the exception of Alabama, Arkansas, Indian Territory,
Oregon, Idaho, Nevada, Alaska, and Hawaii, from which unofficial
returns have been compiled from reports furnished by the individual
banks.
From official sources and from banks direct returns have been
received showing the condition of 9,519 banks, other than national,
with aggregate resources of $8,542,839,386.
Reports were received from 6,923 commercial banks, 585 loan and
trust companies, 1,157 savings banks, of which 668 were of the mutual
class without capital stock, and from 854 private banks and bankers.
The capital stock of the State banks is $347,421,197, and individual
deposits $2,073,218,049. The number of reporting banks of this character is 961 greater than in 1903, and there is an increase in assets of
approximately $372,000,000.
In 1903 reports were received from 531 loan and trust companies,
having aggregate resources of $2,298,554,063. For the current year
reports have been received from 585 corporations of this character,
having assets of $2,380,287,747.



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REFORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

Returns were obtained from 854 private banks, against 1,174 in 1903.
The assets of banks of this character, as reported in 1903, were
$169,049,821, against $123,549,859 for the present year. The decrease
in the number of private banks and bankers reporting and corresponding drop in their volume of assets is attributable to the fact that during
the past year a large number of private banks were converted into
State banks, over 100 of such private institutions in the State of Wisconsin alone having been incorporated during the year to meet the
provision of a recent law of that State.
There will be found in the appendix, Table XI, information obtained
with respect to the capital, amount and average rate per cent of dividends paid by State banks and loan and trust companies submitting
data of that character for the year ended June 30, 1904. Reports
covering the subject were received from 2,656 State banks with capital
of $149,834,408, showing the pa}Tment of dividends to the amount of
$12,730,514, or an average of 8.5 per cent; from 538 loan and trust
companies with capital of $209,617,666, showing the payment of dividends amounting to $18,739,874, or an average of 8.94 per cent, and
from 270 private banks the dividends paid amounted to $993,652 on
capital stock of $6,738,243, or an average of 14.75 per cent.
CONSOLIDATED RETURNS FROM STATE, SAVINGS BANKS, PRIVATE
BANKS, AND LOAN AND TRUST COMPANIES.

For the purpose of comparison there is given herewith a table showing the principal items of resources and liabilities of banks other than
national, in the years 1899 to 1904, inclusive.
CONSOLIDATED RETURNS FROM STATE, SAVINGS, PRIVATE BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES,
1899 TO 1904, INCLUSIVE.
Items.

1900.

1901.

1902.

1903.

1904.

$2,659,940,630 $3,013,449,827 $3,444,377,672 $3,942,592,907 $4 ,296,675,586 84,360,209,382
Loans
1,527,595,160 1,723,830,351 1,935,625,964 2,094,496,729 2,334,329,907
522,890,815
Bonds
210,884,047
220,667,109 240,145,951
250,815,787
275,813,526
301,578,011
Cash
578,418,944
625,116,824
Capital
368,746,648 403,192,214! 430,401,557
499,621,208
Surplus and undi
vided profits..
614,509,805
731,314,014
779,241, 781!
418,798,087
490,654,9571 538,866,278
4,246,500,852; 4, 780,893,6921 5,518,804,859 6,005,847,214 6,352,700,055 1,688,107,157
Deposits
5,196,177,381 5,841,658,820 6,681,567,334 7,355,110, 843 8,016,181,848 i 542,839,386
Resources
,

The foregoing indicates an increase in aggregate resources in 1904
over 1903, of approximately $526,000,000, and while there was a net
gain in loans and discounts of only $63,000,000, individual deposits
increased during the year in the sum of $335,500,000, and the cash
holdings $26,000,000.
From tables published in the appendix, it will be observed that the
decrease in the amount of loans of private banks and trust companies,
$30,300,000 and $155,600,000, respectively, aggregating about $186,000,000 is offset by the gain in assets of this character by State banks.
The savings banks' loans show an increase over 1903 of approximately
$63,000,000. The conversion during the past year of a large number of
private banks into incorporated or State banks accounts for the apparent reduction in resources of concerns of the former class. The great


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45

est shrinkage in loans and discounts is chiefly confined to loan and trust
companies in operation in New York—from $735,000,000 in 1903 to
$637,000,000 in 1904. These institutions, however, largely increased
their investments in stocks, bonds, etc.; their deposits with banks, and
also their currency holdings. Accompanying the reported loss of
$37,500,000 in the amount of deposits in private banks is shown a gain
in the State banks of $258,700,000; savings banks, $103,300,000, and
loan and trust companies $11,000,000, or a net gain of $335,500,000.
In the following table are incorporated the principal items in
resources and liabilities of national banks, all other banks and banking
institutions, and consolidated returns from all reporting banks in 1893,
1903, and 1904:
1893.
Classification.
X

5,685
3,807
national State
banks. banks.

1903.
Total,
4,939
8,745
9,492 national State
banks banks. banks.

1904.
5,331
9,519
Total,
Total,
14,850
13,684 national State
banks. banks. banks. banks.

Millions. Millions. Millions. Millions. Millions. Millions. Millions. Millions. Millions
$1,843.6 $2,348.1 $4,191.7 83,442.3 $4,296.6 $7,738.9 $3,621.8 $4,360.2 $7,982.0

149.9
527.1
18.6
23.2
577.6
224.0
373.9
545.7
554.4
U. S. bonds
859.6 1,008.1
538.6 2,315.6 2,854.2
148.5
576.8 2,499.6 3,076.4
All other bonds
205.6
581.4
275.8
301.5
990.4
310.3
515.9
857.2
688.9
Cash
406.0 1,084.5
743.5
578.4 1,321.9
625.1 1,392.4
678.5
767.3
Capital stock
346.2
542.1
731.3 1,273.4
779.2 1,360.8
696.4
581.6
Surplus and profits. 350.2
1,465.4 3,070.4 4,535.8 3,348.0 6,352.7 9,700.7 3,422.7 6,688.1 10,110.8
Deposits

Aggregate
resources... 3,109.5 3,979.0 7,088. 5 6,286. 9 8,016.1 14,303.0 6,655.9 8,542.8 15,198.7

Requests for reports of resources and liabilities of banks other than
national addressed to State officials, called also for information as to the
number and capital of banks of the various classes organized in each
State during the year ended June 30, 1904, and the returns submitted
are complete and official with respect to the States from which the
information was received. A summary of the returns is published
in the appendix and shows the organization of 1,050 banks with capital
stock of $35,888,265, of which 983, with capital of $28,226,088, were
incorporated commercial banks; 55, with capital of $7,561,677, loan
and trust companies; 2 mutual savings banks without capital and 10
private banks with capital of $100,500.
STATE AND PRIVATE BANK FAILURES.

Through the courtesy of Mr. Frank Green, managing editor of
Bradstreet's, this office has been placed in possession of information
relating to the number, assets, and liabilities of incorporated and private banks which failed during the year ended June 30, 1904. The
total number of failures during the year was 102, the assets of the
banks being $24,296,823 and the liabilities $31,774,895. Included in
the number of failures were 37 State banks, 7 savings banks, 8 trust
companies, and 50 private banks.




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Information with respect to the number of banks, other than national,
which have failed annually from 1864 to 1904, together with their
aggregate assets and liabilities, is incorporated in the table following:
NUMBER OF FAILURES, CAPITAL, ASSETS, LIABILITIES, AND DIVIDENDS PAID BY BANKS
OTHER THAN NATIONAL WHICH FAILED IN EACH YEAR FROM 1864 TO 1904.
Year.
1864
1865
1866
1867
1868
1869
1870
1871
3872
1873
1874
1875
1876
1877
1878
1879
1880
1881
1882
1883
1884
1885
1886
1887
1888
1889
1890
1891
1892
1893
1894
1895
1896

.

..

.

Total
Not dated
Grand total
1897
1898
1899
1900
1901
1902
1903
1904

Number
of
failures.
2
5
5
3
7
6
1
7
10
33
40
14
37
63
70
20
10
9
19
27
54
32
13
19
17
15
30
44
27
261
71
115
78

Capital.

Nominal
assets.

$125,000.00
275,000.00
260,000.00
276,381.00
100,000.00

$245,401.97
1,206,035.00
222,075.00
183,002.30
77,861.00

220,000.00
470,000.00
907,000.00
770,000. 00
2,413,900.00
961,000.00
2,491, 250.00
3,250,193.00
1,370,465.00
452, 200.00
436,750.00
545,000.00
870,000.00
1,718, 596.00
1,099,400.00
254,000.00
931,590.00
745,500.00
363,250.00
2,169,568.00
2,071,300.00
578,840.00
16,641,637.00
3,112,447.00
3,906,350.00
3,400,642.00

Liabilities.

$225,662.14
890,112.00
138,821. 00
148,886.00
361,961.73
50,000.00
2,654,187.15
2,314,871.90
3,059,318.06
2,126,124.18
6,938,653.01
4,644,889.91
4,562,879. 00
4,125,731. 00
9,190,283.98 12,365,475.25
9,206,429. 34
7,312,218.73
13,137,835.47 15,223,785.49
26,001,949.67 27,269,520.51
5,253,307.22
5,102, 691.94
1,311,799.49
1,629,146.61
1,785,890.45
585,653.06
2,608,489.57
2,765,951.10
3,193,747.39
2,813,915.19
12,900,819.05 15,508,389.70
4,883,454.27
2, 982,879.51
1,140,824.48
1,300,536.30
3,074,622.29
2, 865,300.30
2,805, 326. 52 3,342,336.52
1,279, 900. 68 2,147,059.18
10,692,385.98 11,385,584.64
6,365,198. 77
7,190,824. 69
3,227,608.56
2,719,410.75
54,828,690.65 46,766,818.80
7,218, 319.51
7,958,284.18
9,010,584.93
11,276,529.99
7,513, 837.41
10,240,244.97

Dividends
paid.

$145,592.25
138,821.00
82,844.74
974,256.96
1,906,573.00
3,420,016.33
2, 022, 498. 51
4,143,941.97
5,178,020.98
7,004,558.27
19,485,717.87
4,236,808.85
288,494. 74
851,755.00
1,221,737.29
1,408,047. 99
9,671,860.25
2,361, 320.01
673,579.10
1,610,527. 45
1,924,773. 68
1,026, 682.73
3,884,577.99
3,090,597.48
803,860.76
17,912,270.45
1,456,522.87
2,251,708.93
534,363. 30

1,164
70

53,187,259.00 212, 725,771.58 218,833,563.86
445,000.00
1,796,424.41
1,586,419.00

99,711,330.75
377,396.20

1,234
122
53
26
32
56
43
26
102

53,632,259.00 214,312,190.58 220,629,988.27
17,929,163.00 24,090, 879.00
7,080,190. 00
4, 493,577.00
7,790,244.00 10,448,159.00
7,675,792.00 11,421,028.00
6,373,372.00 13,334,629.00
7,323,737.00 10,332,666.00
4,005,643.00
2,166,852.00
24,296,823.00 31,774,895.00

100,088,726.95

SAVINGS BANKS.

Savings banks, as originally conceived, were associations of philanthropic individuals formed for the purpose of receiving and profitably
investing the savings of special or general classes of wage-earners. It
is stated on authorities quoted by E. W. Keyes, in his History of
Savings Banks in the United States, that the first savings bank was
founded at Hamburg in 1778, although there are other claims to the
effect that the first institution of the kind was established at Berne,
Switzerland, in- 1787. In Lewins' History of Banks for Savings in
Great Britain and Ireland it is stated —
that from the best investigation he has been able to make, the institutions in question
were something very different from savings banks as English people understand
them, dealing as they did in business more like the sale of deferred annuities. The
institution at Hamburg simpy took the spare cash of domestic servants and handicraftmen and granted annuities on the members arriving at a certain age. No withdrawal of money was allowed.



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47

In 1798 there was established at Toppingham, High Cross (England),
a "Friendly Society for the Benefit of Women and Children," and
prior to 1801 there had been combined with the main design (granting
annuities, weekly allowances in case of sickness, and burial expenses)
two other objects, namely, a fund for loans and a bank for sayings.
In 1804 this bank for savings was organized and trustees appointed.
Prior to 1817 savings banks in Great Britain were " merely voluntary
associations in various localities of those who sought to assist the poor
in their immediate neighborhood." The first act of Parliament relating to institutions of this character was passed in August, 1817.
Governmental recognition of savings banks in the United States antedated by nearly a year the act of the British Parliament, the Provident
Institution for Savings, located at Boston, having been incorporated
under the act of the State legislature approved December 13, 1816.
Savings banks, however, had their first inception in this country in the
State of Pennsylvania, through the voluntary association of a number
of benevolent, philanthropic citizens, as the Philadelphia Savings Fund
Society, which institution began business in December, 1816, although
the act of incorporation was not approved until February 25, 1819.
In December, 1818, Maryland granted a charter to the first savings
institution organized in that State. In the following year, savings
bank charters were conferred by the States of New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Connecticut, and also by Maine (the year
prior to its admission to the Union). In the same year the proposition
to incorporate a savings bank was considered by the New Hampshire
legislature, but it was not until 1823 that a charter was granted. It
is remarkable that while savings banks came into being in the other New
England States so early in the century, and so nearly coincidental^,
it was not until 1846 that institutions of that character were chartered
by the State of Vermont. In 1839, the State of New Jersey granted
the first charter to a savings institution. It is understood that onfy
two savings banks have been incorporated in the State of Dele ware,
the first in 1832, and the second in 1861, both being still in existence.
Beyond the confines of the New England and Eastern States comparatively few savings institutions of the character of those operating
in that section of the country have ever been incorporated. In fact
only 3i per cent are so located, as shown by the 1904 returns from
institutions of that class. These institutions are without capital stock
and operated by boards of trustees whose services generally are understood to be without compensation. The purpose, as originally conceived, still continues—that is, the reception and investment of deposits
of the working population mainly of localities in which the banks
exist. In investing the deposits the prime consideration is safety
rather than profit. In the payment of interest on deposits, in some
States the rate is fixed by statute but generally by the trustees, having in consideration the earning power of the assets. Usually either
by statute or regulation a certain percentage of the earnings is carried
to a reserve fund until that account amounts to a fixed proportion of
the deposit liabilities.
By reference to statistics recently compiled it is noted that the
investment of savings-bank funds is nearly equally divided between
loans (largely on real-estate security) and in stocks and bonds. The
creation of building and loan associations and the policy of commercial banks generally of paying interest on deposits have seemingly




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•

tended to discourage the organization of mutual savings banks. By
reference to statistics compiled in this office in the decennial periods
terminating in June, 1874 to 1904, inclusive, it is noted that while
there was a decrease in number of institutions of this character in the
New England and Eastern States from 655 in 1874 to 607 in 1884,
there was an increase to 659 in 1894, but a drop to 645 in 1904. It
appears, however, that there was a gradual increase in the amount of
deposits and the number of depositors. In 1874 the deposits amounted
to $733,000,000 and the number of depositors to 2,188,729; in 1884
the deposits had increased to $998,000,000 and the number of depositors
to 2,884,798. The deposits in 1894 were $1,520,000,000 and the number of depositors 4,230,431. In June, 1904, the deposits had increased
to over two and one-half billions and the number of depositors
to 6,081,235.
Reports showing the condition, on approximately June 30, 1904,
were received at this office from 1,157 savings banks, of which 668 are
of the mutual class and 489 with capital stock. The aggregate assets
of the former are $2,817,996,115, and of the latter $357,261,492, making a total of $3,175,257,607. The loans of the mutuals amount
approximately to $1,184,000,000, of which $971,000,000 are secured by
real estate. Investments in bonds, stocks, etc., are as follows:
United States bonds, $12,600,000; State, county, and municipal
bonds, $132,400,000; railroad bonds and stocks, $291,900,000; bank
stocks, $28,500,000; bonds, stocks, and other securities not classified,
$936,600,000; cash on deposit with other banks, $115,000,000, and
cash on hand, $18,000,000. On deposit liabilities of $2,602,040,775
these banks held surplus funds and other undivided profits to the
amount of $180,198,898 and $25,971,831, respectively, the total surplus profits amounting to nearly 8 per cent of the deposit liabilities.
The returns show that the depositors in savings banks of this character number 6,286,375, which indicates an average deposit of $413.92.
The number of depositors in the savings banks in the New England
States was 2,827,984, the average account, $380.10; in the Eastern
States the number of depositors was 3,253,251, the average deposits,
$445.20. But one mutual savings bank is reported to be in operation
in the Southern States, and that one is located in West Virginia and
has 5,208 depositors, with an average deposit of $177.68. In the
Middle Western States of Ohio, Indiana, Wisconsin, and Minnesota
there are 199,932 savings-bank depositors, with an average credit of
$389.36.
The reporting stock savings banks are located in North Carolina,
Iowa, California, and the District of Columbia. The resources of
these banks amount to $357,261,492, approximately 11 per cent of the
total assets of all savings banks. The loans of these banks aggregate,
approximately, $226,500,000; investments in bonds, stocks, and other
securities, $87,700,000; deposits with other banks, $25,600,000; cash
on hand, $6,400,000. The reported capital is $22,500,000; surplus and
undivided profits, $13,700,000; deposits, $316,700,000; number of
depositors, 602,171, and the average deposit, $525.99.
Comparing the stock-savings bank returns for the current year with
those of 1903, an increase in aggregate resources is shown of approximately $118,000,000; the increase in deposits was $103,000;000, and
number of depositors, 214,309. The average deposit has increased
from $421.84 to $423.72, or $1.88.




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From an examination of the returns submitted with respect to the
rate of interest paid on savings accounts, it will be noted that the maximum rate of interest is 4f per cent and the minimum, rate 2.72 per
cent. The estimated average rate is 3.506 per cent, a slight increase
over the estimated average interest rate in 1903,
The following table shows the rate paid in each State by savings
banks located therein:
Rate per
cent.

State, etc.

Maryland a
District of Columbia « .
West Virginia
North Carolina «
Ohio a
Indiana
Illinois a
Wisconsin «
Minnesota
California a

3.26
3.17
3.375
3.71
3.88
3.76
3.26
3,00
3.25
4.00

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts . .
Rhode Island . . .
Connecticut
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania...
Delaware

Rate per
cent.

State, etc.

3.98
2.81
4.00
3.75
3.13
4.00
2.72
4.75
3.00
3.32

a Unofficial.

In the following comparative statement relating to the number of
depositors and amount of deposits, etc., in savings banks of the United
States for the years 1902-3 and 1903-4 are included deposits in savings
departments of commercial banks in operation in the State of Illinois,
for the reason that the auditor of public accounts of Illinois in his
periodical statements reports such deposits separately from deposits
subject to check.
The result of the addition of the Illinois savings deposits is the
raising of the aggregate savings deposits in the United States to
$3,000,178,611, the number of depositors to 7,305,443, the average
deposit being $418.89.
The table referred to is as follows:
NUMBER OF SAVINGS DEPOSITORS, AGGREGATE SAVINGS DEPOSITS, AND AVERAGE
AMOUNT D U E TO DEPOSITORS IN SAVINGS BANKS IN E A C H STATE IN 1902-3 AND
1903-4.
1902-3 (1,078 b a n k s ) .

1903-4 (1,157 b a n k s ) .

Number
of depositors.

Amount of
deposits.

208,141
155,309
134,323
1,660,814
150,342
444,407

874,781,073
63,919,183
44,628,150
586,937,084
74,534,628
203,522,226

$359.28
411.56
332.24
353.40
495.77
457.96

51
59
42
187
«31
90

211,217
159,956
139,853
1,723,015
132,556
461,387

$76,405,222
66,140,710
46,958,291
608,415,410
64,841,318
212,177,974

8361.74
413.50
335.77
353.11
489.16
459.87

Total New Eng2,753,336 1,048,322,344
land States

380.74

460

2,827,984 1,074,938,925

380.10

New York
2,327,812 1,112,418,552
New Jersey
238,210
73,722, 729
Pennsylvania
407,652
128,514,295
Delaware
b 21,792
6,586,851
Maryland
155,299
62,253,508
11,758
District of Columbia . . .
1,654,715

477.88
309.48
315.25
302.26
400.86
140.73

128
28
10
2
17
2

> 4 n f i fi^n 1,166,091,444
246,056
77,710,785
135,541,905
420,965
7,134,859
27,532
61,852, 712
e152,038
2,144,470
13,203

484. 52
315. 82
321.97
259.15
406.83
162.42

Total E a s t e r n
States
3,162,523 1,385,150,650

437.99

188

3,266,454 1,450,476,175

444.05

State, etc.

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont,
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut

a I n c l u d e s 10 b a n k s i n liquidation.
CUR 1904, P T 1—4




Number
Average Numto each ber of of deposdepositor. banks.
itors.

& Estimated.

A m o u n t of
deposits.

Average
to each
depositor.

o Partially estimated.

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NUMBER

OF SAVINGS DEPOSITORS, AGGREGATE SAVINGS DEPOSITS, AND AVERAGE
AMOUNT D U E TO DEPOSITORS IN SAVINGS B A N K S , ETC.—Continued.

1902-3 (1,078 banks).

1903 (1,157 b a n k s ) .

Number
Average Num- Number
of depos- Amount of to each ber of of deposdeposits. depositor. banks.
itors.
itors.

State, etc.

West Virginia
North Carolina

4,853
a 17,721

$836,358
3,282,164

$172.33
185.21

1
23

5,208
a 22,388

22,574

4,118,522

182.44

24

52,306,123
108,854
8,072,500
24,733
a 360,991 &119,721,739
810,533
4,290
18,624,665
69,763
86,602,757
c240,063

480.51
326.38
331.64
188.93
266.97
360.75

Total S o u t h e r n
States
Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Wisconsin
Minnesota
„
Iowa
Total Middle
States

$925,357
4,333,888

$177.68
193.58

27,596

5,259,245

190. 58

92,685
26,112
a 416,897
4 7f)3
2
12 ;
76,432
375
c241,020

48,764,076
8,976,509
141,403,282
865,551
19,238, 652
88,947,278

526.13
343.77
339.18
184.04
251.71
369.04

857,849

308,195,348

359. 25

a 325,560

221,308,918

679.78

7,305,443 3,060,178,611

418.89

3
5

Total United States

808,694

286,138,317

353.83

397

c288,101

California, total Pacific
States

Amount of Average
to each
deposits. depositor.

211,475,012

734.03

88

7,035 228 2,935,204,845

417.21 j 1,157
1

a Partially estimated.
b Savings deposits in State institutions having savings departments; abstract of reports included
with State banks.
c Estimated.

The following table presents a brief history of the growth of savings
banks in the United States from 1820 to 1904, as evidenced by the
amount of deposits, number of depositors, the average deposit account,
and the average per capita deposit, based on the census years from
1820 to 1890, and annually thereafter:
NUMBER OF SAVINGS BANKS IN T H E U N I T E D STATES, NUMBER OF DEPOSITORS, AMOUNT
OF SAVINGS DEPOSITS, AVERAGE AMOUNT DUE EACH DEPOSITOR IN THE YEARS 1820,
1825, 1830, 1835, 1840, AND 1845 TO 1904, AND AVERAGE PER CAPITA IN T H E U N I T E D
STATES IN THE Y E A R S G I V E N .

N u m b e r N u m b e r of
of b a n k s , depositors.

Year.

1820
1825
1830
1835
1840
1845
1846
3847
1848
1849
1850
1851
1852
1853
1854
1855
1856
1857
1858
1859
I860
1861
1862
1863
1864
1865

...

.

.. ..

.

.




.

10
15
36 !
52
61
70
74
76
83
90
108
128 i
141
159
190
215
222
231
245
259
278
285
289
293
305 j
317

8,635
16,931
38,035
60.058
78,701
145,206
158,709
187,739
199,764
917 31«
251,354
277 148
308,863
365,538
396,173
431,602
487,986
490,428
538,840
622,556
693,870
6Q4 4S7
787 Q43
887.096
976,025
980,844

Deposits.

81,138,576
2,537,082
6,973,304
10,613,726
14,051,520
24,506,677
27,374,325
31,627,479
33,087,488
36,073,924
43,431,130
50,457,913
59,467,453
72,313,696
77,823, 906
84,290,076
95,598, 230
98,512,968
108,438,287
128,657, 901
149,277,504
146,729,882
169,434, 540
206,235,202
236,280, 401
242,619,382

Average
due each
depositor.
$131.86
149.84
183.09
176. 72
178. 54
168.77
172. 48
168.46
165.63
165. 99
172.78
182. 06
192.54
197. 82
196.44
195.29
195. 90
200.87
201.24
206.66
215.13
211. 27
215. 03
232.48
242.08
247.35

Average
per capita
in the
United
States.
SO. 12
.54
.82

1.87

4.75

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51

NUMBER OF SAVINGS BANKS IN THE UNITED STATES, NUMBER OF DEPOSITORS, AMOUNT
OF SAVINGS DEPOSITS, ETC.—Continued.

N u m b e r N u m b e r of
of b a n k s . depositors.

Year.

1866
1867
1868
1869
1870
1871
1872
1873
1874
1875
1876
1877
1878
1879
1880
1881
1882
1883
1884
1885
1886
1887
1888
1889
1890
1891
1892
1893
1894
1895
1896
1897
1898
1899
1900
1901
1902
1903

.

.

.

.

....

...

336
371
406
476
517
577
647
669
693
771
781
675
663
639
629
629
629
630
636
646
638
684
801
849
921
1,011
1,059
1,030
1,024
1,017
988
980
979
987
1,002
1,007
1,036
1,078
1,157

1,067,061
1,188,202
1,310,144
1,466,684
1,630,846
1,902,047
1, 992, 925
2,185,832
2,299,401
2,359,864
2,368,630
2,395,3J4

2,400 785
2,268,707
2,335,582
2,528, 749
2,710 354
2,876,438
3,015,151
3 071 495
3,158, 950
3,418,013
3,838,291
4,021,523
4,258,893
4,533,217
4, 781,605
4,830,599
4, 777, 687
4,875,519
5,065,494
5,201,132
5,385,746
5,687,818
6,107,083
6,358,723
6,666,672
7,035,228
7, 305,443

Deposits.

$282,455,794
337,009,452
392,781,813
457,675,050
549,874,358
650,745,442
735,046,805
802,363, 609
864,556, 902
924,037, 304
941,350,255
866,218,306
879,897 425
802,490,298
819,106,973
891,961 142
966 797 081
1,024,856,787
1,073,294,955
1 095 172 147
1,141,530,578
1,235,247,371
1,364,196,550
1,425, 230,349
1,524,844,506
1,623,079,749
1,712,769,026
1,785,150,957
1,747,961,280
1,810,597,023
1,907,156,277
1,939,376,035
2,065,631,298
2,230,366,954
2,449,547,885
2,597,094,580
2,750,177,290
2,935,204,845
3,060,178,611

Average
d u e each
depositor.
$264. 70
283.63
299.80
312. 04
337.17
342.13
368. 82
367.07
376. 98
391. 56
397.42
361.63
366.50
353.72
350.71
352.73
356 70
356.29
355. 96
356 56
361.36
361.39
355.41
354.40
358.03
358.04
358.20
369.55
365.86
371.36
376.50
372.88
383.54
392.13
401.10
408. 30
412.53
417.21
418.89

Average
per capita
in the
United
States.

$14.26

16.33

24.35
25.29
26.11
26.63
25.53
25.88
26.68
26.56
27.67
29.24
31.78
33.45
34.89
36.52
37.52

a Population estimated at 81,568,000, June 1.
GROWTH OF BANKING IN THE UNITED STATES.

In the following table is shown the growth of banking in the United
States, as indicated by the number of banks, capital stock, and individual deposits, from 1882 to 1904. On the earlier date the number
of reporting banks was 7,302, with capital of $712,100,000, and deposits
of $2,785,407,000. The proportion of national-bank capital was 67.01
per cent, and deposits in national banks 38.3 per cent. On this date
there was one bank for every 7,190 inhabitants, the capital and deposits
per capita being $13.60 and $53.06, respectively. In 1892 the number
of reporting banks had increased to 9,338, the capital to $1,071,073,048,
and the deposits to $4,664,934,250. The percentage of national-bank
capital had declined to 63.9 and deposits to 37.6. In 1892 there was
one bank for every 7,016 inhabitants, the per capita of capital being
$16.40 and deposits $71.40. In 1902 the number of reporting banks
was 16,156, with capital of $1,340,160,416; deposits, partially estimated,
$9,583,315,778. National-bank capital represented 52.4 per cent of
the total and the deposits 32.3 per cent. The greater increase in the
number of banks, as compared with population, is indicated by the
fact that there was in existence one bank for eveiy 4,897 of population, the average per capita of capital and deposits having increased to



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$1.6.90 and $121.25, respectively. As will be observed from the table,
the figures for 1903 include the capital and estimated deposits of some
4,546 banks, reports relative to whose condition were not received.
The aggregate number of banks for this year is shown to have been
18,230, with capital of $1,474,328,512 and deposits of $10,056,215,995.
National-bank capital declined to 50.43 per cent and the deposits to
31.8 per cent. On or about June 30, 1904, from reports received
at this office from national and State banks, and adding thereto the
number of nonreporting banks whose capital is stated by bank
reporters, and amount of deposits estimated upon a basis of statements of reporting banks, the total is found to be 18,844, the capital
$1,473,904,674, and the deposits $10,448,545,990. As will be observed,
the percentage of national-bank capital has increased to 52.06, but the
average per cent of deposits shows a reduction to 31.7. In this
year there is shown to exist one bank for every 4,344 inhabitants. The
per capita of capital stock and deposits has increased to $18 and
$127.73, respectively.
The table referred to is as follows:
•

National....
State, etc
Total....
National
State, etc

Capital.
Banks.

Number.

Amount.

Individual deposits.

Per cent.

Amount.

Per cent.

1882.
2,239
5,063

$477,200,000
234,900,000

67.01
32.99

$1,066,707,000
1,718,700,000

38.3
61.7

7,302

712,100,000

100.00

2,785,407,000

100.00

3,759
5,579

684,678,203
386,394,845

63.9
36.1

1,753,339,679
2,911,594,571

37.6
62.4

9,338

1,071,073,048

100.00

4,664,934.250

100.00

4,535
7,889
3,732

701,990,554
499,621,208
138,548,654

52.4

3,098,875,772
J 6,005,847,214
\
478,592,792 >

32.3

47.6

16,156

1,340,160,416

100.00

9,583,315,778

100.00

4,939
8,745
4,546

743,506,048
578,418,944
152,403,520

18,230

1,474,328,512

5,331
9,519
3,994

767,378,148
625,116,824
81,409,702

18,844

1,473, 904,674

1892.

Total
1902.

National
State etc
Reporting capital only
Total . . . .
National
State, etc
Nonreporting .
Total
National
State, etc
Nonreporting .

}

67.7

1903.

J

3,200,993,509
50.43
f 6,352,700,055
49.57 \
502,522,431 >
100.00

31.8
68.2
100.00

10,056,215,995

1904.

Total....

I

3,312,439,841
52.06
J 6,688,107,157
47.94 \
447,998,992
100.00

10,448,545,990

31.7

}

68.3
100.00

NOTE.—Figures for 1902, 1903, and 1904 include banks of island possessions.

For the purpose of showing the growth of banking in the country,
based upon the amount of individual deposits shown by reports
received at this office, a compilation of the returns for the years 1892,
1896, 1900, and 1904, has been made for each State and geographical
division, showing in each the amount of deposits in State banks,
savings banks, loan and trust companies, and national banks. The
detailed statement is given in the appendix of this report.
By reference to the accompanying table, in which is stated the individual deposits of each class of banks in each geographical division in



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the four years mentioned, namely, 1892, 1896, 1900, and 1904, it will
be noted that the increase in deposits from $4,664,934,250, in 1892, to
$4,945,124,423 in 1896, was but 6 per cent, or $280,190,173. In 1900
the volume of deposits had increased to $7,238,986,450, the amount and
per cent of increase during this four-year period being $2,293,862,027
(which includes about $3,000,000 on deposit in banks in the island
possessions), and 46 per cent, respectively. Including $19,287,669
deposits in banks located in the island possessions, the total deposits in
all reporting banks in 1904 amounted to $10,000,546,999, an increase of
$2,761,560,549, or 38 per cent since 1900* The increase froml892 to
1904 was the enormous sum of $5,335,612,749, the rate of increase
being 114.4 per cent.
The table referred to is as follows:
INDIVIDUAL DEPOSITS IN STATE, SAYINGS, PRIVATE BANKS, LOAN AND TRUST COMPANIES, AND NATIONAL BANKS, IN EACH GEOGRAPHICAL DIVISION, ON OR ABOUT
JUNE 30, 1892, 1896, 1900, AND 1904.
I n d i v i d u a l deposits.

Location and class of banks.
1892.

New England States:
State banks
Savings banks
Loan and trust companies
Total
National banks
Grand total
Eastern States:
State banks
Savings banks
Private banks
Loan and trust companies
Total
National banks
Grand total
Southern States:
State banks
Savings banks
Private banks
Loan and trust companies
Total
National banks
Grand total
Middle Western States:
State banks
Savings banks
Private banks
Loan and trust companies
Total
National banks
Grand total
Western States:
State banks
Savings banks
Private banks
Total
National banks
Grand total




1896.

1900.

1904.

$4, 946,498
705,777,557
80,433,522

$5,827,195
802,923,950
120,389,701

«8,855,860
939,790,300
163,856,155

$9,377,483
1,074,938,925
237,836,539

791,157,577
269,958,182

929,140,846
264,164,649

1,112,502,315
312,315,225

1,322,152,947
337,743,510

1,061,115,759

1,193,305,495

1,424,817,540

1,659,896,457

248,279, 260
735,767,800
13,862,301
306,610,189

242,879,435
855,637,399
10,205,952
432,264,126

341,341,068
1,149,155,682
10,001,373
859,387,639

418,681,510
1,450,476,175
13,098,271
1,279,068,773

1,304, 519. 550
744,486,756

1,540,986,912
750, 725,800

2,359,885, 762
1,073, 683,578

3,161,324, 729
1,361,827,442

2,049,006,306

2,291,712,712

3,433,569,340

4,523,152,171

87,450,651
11,859,386
5,599,593

82, 795,625
9, 347,597
4,626,017
172,151

150,440,319
17,369, 650
5,306,131
322,081

289,572,013
5,259,245
8,920,038
3,758,797

104, 909,630
129,130,908

96,941,390
124, 743,629

173,438,181
201,605,167

307,510,093
331,159,183

234,040,538

221,685,019

375,043,348

638,669,276

212,170, 733
169,941,615
62,922,122
24,616, 285

269,754,489
130,494,356
38,479,740
33,642,178

561,170,834
122,549, 772
66,059,342
4,666, 532

993,024,524
166,792,066
60,445,910
79,658,216

469,650. 755
454,488,172

472,370,763
405,388,086

754,446,480
651,849,201

1,299,920,716
925, 531,104

924,138, 927

877,758,849

1,406,295,681

2,225,451,820

36,665,121
3,042,725
8, 301, 414

37,682,879
1,523,192
3,119,094

84,873,480

149,002,115

8,676,816

8,063,646

48,009,260
107,752,972

42,325,165
86,508, 844

93,550,296
142, 760,868

157,065,761
214,966,103

155,762,232

128,834,009

236,311,164

372,031,864

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INDIVIDUAL

DEPOSITS IN STATE, SAVINGS, PRIVATE BANKS, LOAN AND TRUST COMPANIES, AND NATIONAL BANKS, ETC.—Continued.
Individual deposits.

Location and class of banks.
Pacific States:
State banks
Savings banks
Private banks

1892.

1896.

$59,001,546
131,940,535
2,405,718

1900.

1904.

$56,720,291
135,539,974
2,685.575
.

$118,235,049
160,854,550
4,884,885

$195,279,070
221,308,918
5,263,589

194,945,840
36,882,499

283,974,484
75,878,719

421,851,577
140,206,165

Total
National banks

193,347,799
47,522,689

Grand total

240,870,488

231,828,339

359,853,203

562,057,742

648,513,809
1,758,329,618
93,091,148
411,659,996

695,659,914
1,935,466,468
59,116,378
586,468,156

1,264,916,610
2,389,719,954
94,928,547
1,028,232,407

2,054,936,715
2,918, 775,329
95,791,454
1,600,322,325

Total
National banks

2,911,594,571
1,753,339,679

3,276,710,916
1,668,413,507

4,777,797,518
2,458,092,758

6,669,825,823
3,311,433,507

Grand total

4,664,934,250

4,945,124,423

7,235,890,276

9,981,259,330

1,818,672
1,277,502

18,281,334

7,238,986,450

10,000,546,999

United States:
State banks
Savings banks
Private banks
Loan and trust companies

Island possessions:
State b a n k s .
Private banks
National banks
Grand total, United.States, etc..

4,664,934,250

4,945,124,423

1,006,335

Consolidating the returns relating to the deposits in each of the years
mentioned, by geographical divisions of the country, there is shown
to have been an increase in the deposits of banks located in the New
England States from $1,061,115,759 in 1892 to $1,659,896,457 in 1904.
The increase in the Eastern States during this period was from
$2,049,006,306 to $4,523,152,171; Southern States, from $234,040,538 to
$638,669,276; Middle Western States, $924,138,927 to $2,225,451,820;
Western States, from $155,762,232 to $372,031,864, and the Pacific
States from $240,870,488 to $562,057,742. The deposits in the banks
in the island possessions (Hawaii only) are first stated for 1900, when
they amounted to $3,096,174. In 1904 the amount of deposits in the
banks in the island possessions is shown to have been $19,287,669.
In the following table is stated the aggregate amount of deposits in
each geographical division on the indicated dates:
INDIVIDUAL DEPOSITS IN STATE, SAVINGS, PRIVATE, AND NATIONAL BANKS, AND LOAN
AND TRUST COMPANIES, IN EACH GEOGRAPHICAL DIVISION, ON OR ABOUT JUNE 30,
1892, 1896, 1900, AND 1904.
Individual deposits.

Geographical division.
1892.
New England States
Eastern States
Southern States
Middle Western States
Western States
Pacific States

. .

1896.

1904.

1900.

$1,061,115,759 SI,193,305,495 SI, 424,817, 540
2,291,712,712
2,049,006,306
3, 433,569, 340
221,685,019
375,043, 348
234,040,538
924,138,927
877,758,849
1, 406,295, 681
155,762, 232
128,834,009
236,311, 164
240,870,488
231,828, 339
359,853, 203

SI,659,896,457
4,523,152,171
638,669,276
2,225,451,820
372,031,864
562,057,742

United States
Island possessions

4,664,934,250

4,945,124,423

7 235,890, 276
3,096, 174

9,981,259,330
19,287,669

Grand total United States, etc . .
Average individual deposit, p e r
capita of population

4,664,934,250

4,945,124,423

7 238,986, 450

10,000,546, 999

712

692

948

1,227




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55

BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS.

Mr. H. F. Cellarius, secretary of the United States League of Local
Building and Loan Associations, in his annual report furnished this
Office, states that the business of the local building and loan associations of the United States has been very satisfactory during the past
year; that while the net increase in the aggregate assets is not as large
as it might be on account of an apparent decrease of nearly $10,000,000
in Ohio, resulting in the organization of a number of building associations into trust companies, yet notwithstanding this a material advance
has been made both in assets and membership. From the secretary's
report it is further learned that there are in the United States 5,308
local building and loan associations with a total membership of 1,566,700
and assets amounting to $579,556,112, a net increase in assets for the
year of $2,328,098, the net growth in membership for the year being
35,993.
The following table exhibits the number of associations and total
assets of such associations by States for the years 1903-4, together
with the amounts showing increase or decrease over the figures of the
prior year:
Number
of associations.

State.
Pennsylvania
Ohio
New Jersey
Illinois..
New York
Massachusetts

Indiana
California
Michigan . . . .
Missouri
Louisiana.
Iowa
Nebraska

.

.

.

Connecticut
Wisconsin.
Kansas
Maine...
Tennessee
New Hampshire
Minnesota
Other States
Total




Total membership.

Total assets. Increase in
assets.

1,196
731
353
500
300
130
379
146
58
134
39
72
59
16
53
40
35
21
15
16
1,015

313,193
301,460
112,539
83, 000
90, 429
84,527
97,213
53, 376
32,391
9,996
18,150
20,000
20,446
8,035
13,250
11,259
8,444
3, 417
5,175
2,200
278,200

$117,861,779
101,221,442
51,460,688
39,432,282
33,342,475
32,919,738
30,035,098
19,863,852
10,746,298
7,771,790
6,609,242
5, 656,469
5,343,429
3,851,539
3,819,768
3,417,114
2,932,206
2,321,663
1,753,560
1,066,680
98,129,000

S3,975,759

5,308

1,566,700

579,556,112

14,240,877

Increase
Decrease in in memassets.
bership.

"Decrease.

$9,729,815
2,980,311
871,570
543,267
2,528, 073
16,691
1,663, 985
840,225
456,475
109,242
585,136
293,658
223,835
297,596
77,580
17,994
13,444
929,000

21,425
5,386
5,915
3,800
1,809
5,212
a8,942
6,084
249
a 8, 734
150
1,026
a 3,730
100
733
189
296
325
4,700

11,912,779

35,993

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The receipts and disbursements of building1 and loan associations
for 1903 show an increased volume of business transacted during the
year amounting to over $24,000,000. There was an increase in loans
made on mortgage security over the previous year of over $13,000,000.
The receipts and disbursements in detail were as follows:
Receipts.

Disbursements.

Cash on hand January 1,
Pass-book loans
$11,523, 668
1903
$26, 306, 448 Mortgage loans
150,688, 812
Weekly dues
137,652, 364 Stock withdrawals
131, 447, 312
Paid-up stock
16, 619, 348 Paid-up stock withdrawals. 21,539,864
49,077,768
Deposits
35, 669, 760 Deposit withdrawals
5, 371, 696
Loans repaid
133,819, 988 Expenses
16, 884, 748
Interest
29, 830, 960 Borrowed money
631,652
Premium
2, 606, 228 Interest
4, 506,492
Fines
376,868 Real estate purchased
21, 035, 604
Pass books and initiation . .
525, 492 Miscellaneous
Borrowed money
17,978,196 Cash on hand January 1,
1904
Real estate sold
9, 676, 484
23, 657, 756
Miscellaneous receipts
25,303, 236
Total

436, 365, 372

Total

436, 365, 372

SCHOOL SAVINGS BANKS.

The office has been placed in possession, by Mr. J. H. Thiry, of Long
Island City, N. Y., of statistics relating to the operation of school savings banks in the United States, brought down to January 1, 1904.
The system was inaugurated in the schools of Long Island City in 1885.
The school savings-bank system is now in operation in 789 schools of
106 cities of 26 States, and 90,961 scholars in these schools have
deposited $1,367,930.25, of which $868,276.02 have been withdrawn,
leaving a balance of $499,654.23 due to depositors on January 1,1904.
The city of Los Angeles, Cal., has the largest number of schools in
which this system of school banks has been inaugurated, there being
53 schools, with 6,698 depositors and deposit balances aggregating
$32,399.77; but the city of Pittsburg has the largest number of depositors in such school banks, 18,000 of the school children of that city
having deposits to their credit to the amount of $59,023.76.
BANKING IN THE ISLAND POSSESSIONS.

Through the cour.tesy of Hon. Frank A. Branagan, treasurer of the
Philippine Archipelago, the Office has been placed in possession of official reports of the banking institutions of the Philippine Archipelago,
and to Hon. Wm. F. Willoughby, treasurer of Porto Rico, the Comptroller is indebted for an abstract of the reports of condition of the
banks other than national in Porto Rico; such information as has been
obtained in respect to the condition of banks in the Hawaiian Islands
being furnished by the banks direct.
THE PHILIPPINES.

A summary of the returns of the 10 banks in the Philippines as of


date March 31, 1904, appears in the appendix, together with individhttp://fraser.stlouisfed.org/
ual statements, as made to the treasurer of the archipelago at the latter
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date. The principal items of resources and liabilities of these banks
are: Loans and discounts, including overdrafts, $13,695,569; bullion,
specie and other currency, $4,913,170; due from other banks and
agencies, $5,847,376; aggregate resources, $27,312,500; capital stock,
$1,391,862; surplus and undivided profits, $1,303,122; bank deposits,
$13,220,157; individual deposits, $7,879,628; public deposits (insular).
$2,178,438.
Comparing these returns with those submitted to this office under
date of June 30,1903, aggregate resources show a decrease of $640,009.
Cash holdings have decreased in the sum of $2,887,031, the loss being
chiefly in the United States notes held, which have decreased from
$3,042,411 in 1903 to $689,981 in 1904; loans and discounts have
increased by $506,430, while individual deposits show a loss of
$1,645,608 and public deposits (insular) a loss of $3,001,679. The
item of bank deposits, however, has increased from $8,677,434 in 1903
to $13,220,157 for the current year, being an increase of $4,542,713.
The banks from which reports were received are the Manila agency
and the Iloilo subagency of the Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation; the Manila agency and Cebu subagency of the Chartered
Bank of India, Australia, and China; the Banco Espanol-Filipino at
Manila and its Iloilo subagency; the Monte de Piedad y Caja de Ahorros
de Manila; the American Bank, at Manila; the Guaranty Trust Company,
of New York, at Manila, and the International Banking Corporation
of New York.
PORTO RICO.

Reports have been received from 10 banks in Porto Rico, with aggregate capital of $1,729,064, operating under Territorial laws, and from
one national banking association with capital of $100,000.
The combined resources of the 11 banks are $7,416,837, a gain of
$1,216,935 over the returns of 1903. The principal items of resources
and liabilities of the former class of banks are, loans, $2,393,704; bonds
and stocks, $1,302,951; cash on hand, $1,214,085; capital stock, $1,729,064; surplus and undivided profits, $256,211; deposits, $3,654,336,
and total resources, $6,985,153. The aggregate resources of the one
national bank, as shown by the report of June 9, 1904, was $431,684;
loans, $45,546; circulation, $100,000; deposits, $228,837.
HAWAII.

The two national barks in operation in the Territory of Hawaii, as
shown by reports to this Office dated June 9, 1904, have a combined
capital of $525,000, circulation of $245,200, surplus and undivided
profits $81,224. Individual deposits are $684,796, and United States
deposits and disbursing officers accounts $226,744. The loans and
discounts amount to $1,200,052, and the aggregate resources to
$2,025,911.
Reports have been received from three incorporated banks and two
private institutions with aggregate capital of $2,150,000; surplus and
profits, $317,966; deposits, $4,568,932; loans and discounts, including
overdrafts, $5,550,330; total resources, $8,055,495. From these
returns, the banking power of the Territory, that is, capital, surplus
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will approximate $9,000,000, indicating a substantial gain over the figures obtained for 1903, as well as over those published for the year
1902.
BANKING IN CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA.

Statistics bearing upon the subject of banking in the Central and
South American countries are very meager. The fund of information in respect to banking concerns of the Latin-American countries
consists chiefly in the published reports of European financial institutions having branches in a number of these southern republics. The
commerce of the United States is extending in this direction by reason
of the building of the isthmian canal, and public interest is awake to
the fact that closer trade relations between the two continents are sure
to follow the completion of this important project.
In view of this fact it was thought proper that an effort should be
made to obtain information relative to financial conditions and the
monetary institutions of these countries, and to this end the diplomatic representatives of the United States in the various Central and
South American Republics were asked to aid in the work by forwarding statements relating to banking and the financial condition
concerning the countries to which they are accredited.
The results are far from complete, but any statistics from authentic
sources which add to the present stock of knowledge in this respect it
is believed will be of value.
The letter forwarded to each diplomatic representative reads as
follows:
SIR: It is the purpose to incorporate in my report to be made to Congress in
December next as complete information as can be obtained with respect to the condition of banks and banking in the Central and South American Republics, etc.
With this object in view I have the honor to request your cooperation in obtaining
from the State officials, or from the banking corporations of every character in
operation in Mexico, statements of condition as of June 30, 1904, or approximately
that date. It is desired to have shown in these statements the principal items of
resources and liabilities; that is, loans and discounts, overdrafts, investments in
bonds, stocks, and other securities; amounts due from other banking corporations;
cash in bank, showing, separately, gold, silver, and other currency; capital stock,
surplus and other profits, circulating notes outstanding, if any; deposits, and, in the
aggregate, other liabilities, as indicated by the accompanying form.
Information is also desired with respect to the financial condition of the country;
that is—
1. The bonded debt.
2. Floating debt.
3. Revenues for the last fiscal year—(a) From imports; (6) Internal taxes.
4. Expenditures for the last fiscal year.
5. Stock of money of the country, classified to show the amount of gold, silver,
and other currency, respectively.
The receipt of all or any of the information hereinbefore requested will be greatly
appreciated.
Respectfully,

Wat. B. RIDGELY, Comptroller.

Eeplies have been received respecting* seventeen countries, namely:
Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador,
Guatemala, Honduras, Panama, Peru, Salvador, Uruguay, Venezuela,
together with Cuba, Haiti, and the Dominican Republic, no reports
being received from Paraguay and Nicaragua.
As a result of the correspondence referred to, in addition to the
data relating to the financial condition of the various governments,
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principal banks operating in South America, besides reports of a number of London concerns, with numerous branches there and elsewhere.
The abstract of the principal items of resources and liabilities of these
banks by no means fully represents the banking power of this part of
the world, yet the figures reflect measurably the volume of business
carried on over this vast territory. A summary of the principal items
of the reports, reduced to United States money, based upon the
value of the monetary unit of each country, without taking exchange
into account, follows:
Loans
Bonds, etc
Cash in bank
Capital
Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits
Total assets

$315, 246, 338
31, 881, 095
139,266,858
120,350,540
28, 970, 892
366, 437, 742
743, 839, 995

,

The figures above were summarized from reports of condition of 7
banks in Argentina, 4 in Bolivia, 14 in Brazil, 18 in Chile, 4 in Peru,
3 in Venezuela, and 1 each in Colombia, Ecu dor, and Uruguay.
An abstract of banking returns from all the Central American Republics, excepting Nicaragua, shows the principal items of resources and
liabilities of the 12 reporting banks—viz: 1 each from Costa Rica,
Honduras, and Panama; 6 from Guatemala, and 3 from Salvador—to
be as follows:
Loans
Bonds, stocks, etc
Cash on hand
Capital stock
Surplus and profits
Circulation
Deposits
Total assets

$26, 949, 302
1,956, 512
3, 719, 349
8, 256, 580
4, 524, 060
17, 025, 206
6, 592,174
39, 444, 681

The replies to the interrogatories addressed to the United States
diplomatic representatives accredited to the countries named are given
in full in the appendix to this report. An abstract as correct as the
information will permit relating to the financial condition of the following-named countries is presented herewith.
ARGENTINA.

No report relating to finances of the Government. Individual reports
of banking concerns forwarded appear in the appendix.
Reliable authority- places the public debt of Argentina at $479,765,265, excluding Government issues of paper money.
BOLIVIA.

Bolivia's budget, estimated for 1904, according to the Revista
Comercial e' Industrial, is—revenue, Bs. 7,241,700; expenditures, Bs.
9,126,295. The boliviano is equal to 42.2 cents American gold.

No direct report as to financial condition of Brazil. The national
debt of that country on June 30, 1903, according to figures published
in the Brazilian Review, was—foreign debt, £65,917,297, the internal




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funded debt payable in gold being 27,259,000 milreis (gold milreis, 54.6
cents) and payable in currency, 537,410,537 milreis—the floating debt
not included in the above figures.
CHILE.

The bonded foreign debt of Chile is £16,649,400; floating foreign
debt £2,500,000, aggregating about $93,162,000, and internal debt
$75,301,716 in paper currency of the country, equivalent to about
$25,000,000 United States currency.
The revenues for the calendar year 1903 amounted to 137,536,214
pesos in gold and 95,057,312 pesos in paper currency. The expenditures for same year were 93,464,313 pesos in gold and 91,390,659
pesos in paper currency. Gold pesos are equal to 18d. (say 36.5
cents). Other obligations of the state affecting the balance on hand
for 1904 amount to 22,328,379 gold and 9,374,183 paper currency, of
which sum the principal item is a conversion fund of 21,500,000 gold.
All bank notes were redeemed by the law of 1895.
The stock of money in the country amounts to 50,000,000 pesos in
paper and 2,000,000 pesos, approximately, in silver, nickel, and copper.
The average value of this money is 33 cents United States currency.
About $60,000,000 in gold at 18d. have been coined, but it is not
known how much of this amount is now within the country. Abstract
of reports of 18 banks, with capital stock aggregating $59,006,660
(Chilean currency), Is published in the appendix.
COLOMBIA.

The bonded foreign debt of Colombia is £2,700,000, or $13,136,000,
bearing interest at H per cent annually, increasing one-half per cent
each three years until it reaches 3 per cent per annum. The interior
debt is stated to be $5,633,716, and floating debt $250,000. The stock
of money, according to Government reports, amounts to $741,048,126
(Colombian), or about $7,005,088.67 at the present rate of exchange—
10,000 per cent, approximately. There is practically no gold and
silver in circulation, all having been driven out by the forced paper
currency.
Official estimates of the expenditures and resources for 1903-4 are:
Expenditures, $451,557,929; resources, $426,031,000; deficit, $25,526929 (Colombian).
COSTA RICA.

From La Gcceta of July 19, 1904, it is learned that the rate of
exchange between Costa Rica and the United States averaged during
the year 217 per cent. The circulating medium on March 31, 1904,
reached 7,106,254 colones, which that paper states is larger than ever
before and sufficient for all requirements. (One colon equal to 46^
cents.)
ECUADOR.

The total bonded debt of Ecuador on June 1, 1903, was $9,271,035,
the floating debt being estimated at $3,800,000.
The revenue from customs duties and taxes for 1902 amounted to
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December 31, 1902, the stock of money in the country was $750,000
in gold, $1,250,000 silver, and $2,750,000 bank notes. The monetary
unit is the sucre, equal to 48.7 cents.
GUATEMALA.

The following data taken as per December 31, 1903, being end of
last fiscal year, is furnished by the United States representative to this
country:
Bonded debt:
{a) Exterior debt, including accrued interest
b) Bonos diversos
c) Bonos deuda interior
(d) Bonos ferrocarril al norte

gold.. $8, 896,000. 00
currency..
do
do
do

Total
Floating debt:
(a) Gold

90, 550.11
3, 602, 500. 00
2, 513, 700. 00
6, 206, 750.11

-

(b) Currency—
Government bills in circulation
Other
Total

943,585.49
6, 034,407. 00
31, 224, 602. 79
37,259,009.79

Revenue during year 1903, in national currency:
Import duties
Export duties
Internal taxes, etc
Total

6,175,926. 70
3,878, 214. 04
7, 532. 743. 96
17, 586. 884. 70

Expenditure (currency)

17,000,000.00

Stock of money:
Bills in circulation (national currency)—
(a) Government issue
(6) Bank issues

6, 034, 407. 00
37,151, 342. 00

Total

43,185, 749. 00

Silver very difficult to estimate, as in private hands; deposited in
the various banks about

400,000. 00

(The amounts given are in current money of the country, viz, the peso, which it
is stated has an approximate value of 7 cents gold.)
HONDURAS.

No report other than that relating to banking as published in the
appendix.
PANAMA.

The United States charge d'affaires writes under date of October 4,
1904:
As to present condition of the finances of Panama there is no debt and no statement has been made up as to expenditures and receipts. The coinage of the country
is now being minted in the United States and will be used to redeem the present
Colombiar silver money at the rate of 212J Colombia pesos for 100 "balboas," as the
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Peru has no foreign debt. According to the director of the treasury
of Peru, the interest-bearing debt of that country on the 31st of
December 1903, was 2,660,645 Peruvian pounds, the non interest-bearing debt £p. 377,810, and the floating debt £p. 900,000.
The revenue from imports was <£p.853,171,994, and from taxes
£p.739,240,828, or a total of £p.l,703,138. The general expenses
aggregated £p. 1,478,898.
The stock of money in the country on December 31, 1903, according to a reliable estimate was £p.l,500,000, including gold and silver.
The Peruvian pound is stated to be equal in every respect to the
English sovereign. Silver is now treated as subsidiary coin, and the
supply is rapidly becoming more limited. There are no bank notes
now in existence.
SALVADOR.

The floating debt of El Salvador on December 31, 1903, was
$10,462,967.59 in Salvador silver currency. The revenues of the
Government during the calendar year 1903 amounted to $7,980,855.23,
and the expenditures were given as $7,704,756.34.
URUGUAY.

The bonded debt of Uruguay, according to the statement of the
office of the public credit, was $124,754,455.82 on December 31, 1903,
no figures being obtainable relating to floating debt. The revenue for
the last fiscal year approximated $15,138,265, while the expenditures
are estimated to be about $16,460,000, the exact figures not being
ascertainable. The stock of money in the country, the American
minister states, is difficult to estimate. Monetary unit, the peso,
equal to $1,034.
VENEZUELA.

From the published report of the message of President Castro to the
Venezuelan Congress on February 20, 1904, it is learned that revenues
of the country for the year ended December 31, 1903, amounted to
34,494,412.08 bolivars and the expenditures 34,329,420.76 bolivarssums stated in United States currency equal to $6,898,882.41 and
$6,865,884.15, respectively.
The internal debt and interest aggregated 92,983,088.67 bolivars, and
the external debt, including interest, was 151,645,421.08. The total
indebtedness of the country, reduced to United States currency, amounts
to $48,925,701.95. Bolivar equal to 19.3 cents.
According to report of the United States minister, the bond issues
of 1896-97, aggregating $2,158,649, constitute the only debt of the
Kepublic. The auditor-general's report for the year ended June 30,
1903, shows total income from all sources $16,155,817.90, and disbursements from June 20, 1902, to June 30,1903, aggregating $15,933,646.71.
The United States minister to Haiti states that the bonded debt of
that country is about $19,000,000 and the floating debt about $18,000,000.
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$4,000,000—none from internal taxes. Figures showing expenditures
not obtainable.
Stock of money consists of about $2,500,000 in gold, about the same
amount in silver, besides bank circulation to the amount of $13,500,000,
of which $5,000,000 is yet to be received and put in circulation.
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC.

The bonded debt is supposed to be, at the present time, about
$30,000,000. No estimate can be given as to the floating debt.
Revenue from imports last fiscal year about $2,000,000. No internal taxes. Impossible to state amount of expenditures for last fiscal
year. Stock of money, about $3,000,000 in Dominican silver. Dollar
worth about 20 cents.
DEBT, ETC., OF THE REPUBLICS OF SOUTH AND CENTRAL AMERICA AND
THE WEST INDIA ISLANDS.

In connection with the foregoing the following table, compiled from
latest data obtained from the Bureau of Statistics, will be of interest:
Country.

Argentina
Bolivia
Brazil
Chile
Colombia
Ecuador
Paraguay
Peru
Uruguay
Venezuela

Total debt,
funded and
floating.

Total Central
America
Cuba
Haiti
Santo Domingo
Total West India Islands

Expenditure.

Uncovered
paper.

Specie.

Total.

$479,765,265 $62,723,000 $60,757,000 $290,600,000 $25,000,000 $815,600,000
4.900.000
6,180,602
3,614,000
3,663,000
4,200,000
540,693,936 137.295,000
99,366,000
369,800,666 ! . . . ' . . . . ' . . . . . 369,800,000
107,304,151 38, 684,000
44,001,000
30, 700,000 12,400,000
43,100,000
14,494,792
(a)
(a)
370,000,000
2,000.000
372,000,000
5,746,628
5,208,000
4,540,000
300,000
3, 900', 000
4,200,000
b11,223,805 11,007,000
11,007,000
10,500,000
100,000
10,600,000
23,159,700
7,533,000
7,016,000
6,800,000
6,800,000
16,703,000
15,032,000
29,500,000
127,362,827
9,700,000 19,800,000
4,818,000
5,026,000
23,800,000
49,335,647
600,000 23,200,000

Total
South
1,365,267,353
America
Costa Rica
Guatemala
Honduras
Nicaragua
Salvador

Stock of money.
Revenue.

14,603,556
12,142,334
96,249,771
5,590,636
3,696,472

287,585,000

250,408,000 1,082, 200,000

97,400,000 1,179,600,000

2,820,000
2,046,000
1,373,000
2,403,000
3,281,000

2,812,000
2,169,000
1,264,000
2,393,000
3,274,000

30,200,000

9,000,000

39, 200,000

132,282,769

11,923,000

11,912,000

30,200,000

9,000,000

39,200,000

0 27,961,249
26,219,449

18,791,000
7,327,000
1,910,000

19,515,000
7,341,000
1,722,000

3,500,000
4,200,000

3,500,000
3,200,000
2,200,000

6, 700,000
6,400,000

54,180,698

28,028,000

28,578,000

7, 700,000

8, 900,000

13,100,000

a No data.
?>There are, besides, outstanding the debts due to Brazil, 9,876,500 pesos, and to Argentina, 12,393,000
o Largely in depreciated currency.
BANKS AND BANKING IN JAPAN.

The Comptroller has received reports of the Bank of Japan, the
private, savings, and mortgage banks, for the year ended December
31, 1903, and semiannual statements of the condition of other banks
in operation in Japan as of June 30, 1904, courteously furnished by
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The report of the Bank of Japan states the total operations, both
receipts and disbursements, as aggregating 12,698,858,693 yen, a
decrease during the year of 1,393,788,262.
The bank's outstanding circulating notes amount to 232,920,563 yen,
which are covered by specie reserve of 116,962,184 and Government
bonds and other securities to the amount of 115,958,379. As will be
observed the specie reserve amounts to 50.2 per cent of the total.
The accumulated surplus' of the bank is 16,900,000, in addition to
which a reserve against the depreciation of bank property, amounting
to 250,000, is carried.
The principal items of liabilities, other than those mentioned, are as
follows: Deposits and accounts current, 16,442,024; due to other
banks, 14,850; profit and loss account, 2,536,430. The loans aggregate 122,252,910; public bonds, 47,093,200; amounts due from other
banks and agencies, 739,083 and 4,816,432, respectively; bank premises, furniture, and fixtures, 2,829,065; gold, silver, and other cur
rency, including checks and notes, 83,113,653; bullion, 38,219,525.
During the past year the bank paid two dividends on its capital of
30,000,000 yen at the rate of 12 per cent per annum. In addition to
its eight branches located at Osaka, Moji, Hakodate, Nagoya, Sapporro, Kyoto, Otaru, Fukushima, the bank has 31 agencies for the
management of public bonds and 47 for dealing with worn-out bank
notes. Reports received relative to other banks in Japan are as follows:
Yokohama Specie Bank, capital stock 18,000,000 yen; total liabilities, including capital, 197,921,143; the Hypothec Bank of Japan, capital 30,000,000; the Bank of Formosa, capital 5,000,000; the Industrial
Bank of Japan, capital 10,000,00; the Hokkaido Colonial Bank, capital
3,000,000; ordinary banks (private institutions), capital 255,251,892;
savings banks, capital 34,915,474; local Hvpothec banks, capital
27,807,500.
The Yokohama Specie Bank is the only bank in Japan having branches
in foreign countries. This bank makes a specialty of transactions in
bullion and foreign exchange.
The business of the Hypothec Agricultural and Industrial Bank is
confined principally to dealings in real-estate mortgages and debentures.
The banks of Hokkaido and Formosa were chartered for the colonization and development of the islands of Hokkaido and Formosa,
respectively.
The entire banking business of the country is under governmental
supervision, and is apparently satisfactorily conducted, as the reports
indicate the payment of dividends during the past year at an average
rate of about 8i per cent. Reports of these banks appear in the
appendix.
In the appendix will be found statement showing the condition of
the banks of the United Kingdom on December 31, 1903, and June
30, 1904; also summaries of the reports of the banks of Canada,
i Australasia, and Mexico.
CONCLUSION.

The figures given elsewhere in this report show the most marvelous
growth in the wealth and commercial importance of the United States.
Almost every year all previous records are broken in the volume of
our internal trade, our exports and imports. The people of the United
States have become the richest in the world, and the natural resources

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for many years to come. The amount of bank clearings and deposits
and the money on hand in the banks increases in every portion of the
United States at a most remarkable rate.
In spite of all this, however, we do not seem to be taking our proper
rank and position in foreign and international banking. One of the
chief difficulties encountered by all merchants and manufacturers
in extending their trade with foreign countries, and especially those
of South America and of the Orient, is the lack of American banking
facilities, and the necessity of doing this business very largely through
European houses. This ranks next in importance to the question of
an American mercantile marine, as it is one that has a very great
influence on the volume and character of our foreign trade.
As long as the United States was experimenting with silver or a
bimetallic standard that fact acted as a handicap in this direction, but
now that the gold standard is firmly and irrevocably established we
should be able to take our proper place in international banking transactions. New York should become more and more the depository for
international balances, and exchange on New York be accepted more
and more in all commercial countries of the world. One important
reason why our people have not been more aggressive and taken a
larger part in international banking business, the same as in many other
lines of trade, is that we have been too much occupied with our domestic affairs and there has been a greater temptation to transact the business at home, which was easy to do and promised as great or even
greater profits.
With the accumulation of capital and wealth this condition is
greatly changed, and there is now in the United States abundant capital and talent for this business, if it is given proper encouragement.
Many of the national banks are now engaged in handling foreign
exchange; some of them have large and successful foreign departments, in a measure, as the demand arises, facilities are being supplied, and the Comptroller sees no objection, but on the contrary
many advantages, in having the larger and more powerful national
banks encouraged to cultivate this business by granting them additional powers and authority for doing so.
There have been suggestions made that the organization of national
corporations should be authorized for the purpose of conducting the
business of foreign and international banking alone, but these do not
seem to have met with much favor, and it would appear to be a wiser
policy to utilize the well organized and strong national banks which are
already largely engaged in this business. The Comptroller believes
that it would be a wise policy and entirely just to the banks to restrict
these powers to banks of large capital located in the reserve cities.
Many of them now have well-organized foreign departments and
officials familiar with this business, and the Comptroller believes that
they are the best agencies now at hand to extend and increase this
very important business.
The Comptroller would therefore recommend, in pursuance of this
policy, that national banks having a capital of $1,000,000 or more and
located in the reserve cities or central reserve cities be specifically
authorized to buy and sell foreign exchange; to accept bills drawn on
themselves, payable not to exceed four months after sight, and to
issue letters of credit; and also to open and maintain such offices,
CUR 1994, PT 1



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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

agencies, or branches as may be necessary to conduct this business in
foreign countries, and in Porto Rico, the Philippine Islands, the
Hawaiian Islands, and the Panama Canal Zone.
It is believed that this measure will tend to make closer the relations
of the United States with each of its possessions, and would be obviously to the advantage of both. The increased sphere of our national
life imposes new duties which, in so far as they relate to the great
questions of banking and exchange, call for additional legislation;
and the recommendations contained in the foregoing are intended to
meet the necessities of our manifest obligations and duties in this
respect.
The Comptroller respectfully recommends that an act be passed
repealing the limitation on the proportion of the circulation of any
bank which may be issued in notes of the denomination of $5. The
evident intention of Congress in incorporating this restriction in the
act of March 14, 1900, by which notes of the denomination of $5 are
limited to one-third of the amount issuable by any association, was to
limit the total issues of notes of that denomination to one-third of the
aggregate amount issued. As a matter of fact, this proportion has
not been exceeded since 1874. For the year prior to the passage of
the act, national bank notes of this denomination amounted to but 31
per cent of the total, and this percentage declined to 21 per cent in 1900
and to 16.1 per cent in 1902, and at the date of the last report of condition amounted to 13.6 per cent. The scarcity of notes of this
denomination and the great convenience it is to the banks in the smaller
communities to be able to issue notes of $5 to the amount of their
whole circulation as formerly, leads the Comptroller to strongly recommend that this restriction be repealed.
The Comptroller would again renew the recommendation contained
in his report of December 1, 1902, for the repeal of section 9 of the
act of July 9, 1882, which limits the amount of lawful money which
may be deposited with the Treasurer of the United States by national
banks, reducing their circulation to $3,000,000 during any calendar
month. The reasons which lead to the enactment of this restriction
have ceased to exist, and there does not appear to be any good reason
why it should be continued in force. Its repeal would add materially
to the elasticity of the national-bank circulation without any counterbalancing disadvantages.
The Comptroller would again call the attention of Congress to the
necessity for legislation in regard to the liquidation and consolidation
of national banks and the extension of their corporate existence. The
reasons for this recommendation were given in detail in the report of
the Comptroller of the Currency for December 7, 1903, and further
experience and administration of the law show the necessity of some
action, not only in the interest of better and more efficient administration but for the better protection of the rights of the shareholders of
national banks.
In closing this report the Comptroller wishes to again give credit to
Mr. W. J. Fowler, the chief of the organization division, who has had
charge of the collection and arrangement of statistics, for his accuracy,
efficiency, and ability.
WM. B. RIDGELY,

Comptroller of the Currency.
The SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.







APPENDIX.

67

No. 1.—COMPTROLLERS AND DEPUTY COMPTROLLERS OF THE CURRENCY, DATES OF
APPOINTMENT AND KESIGNATION, AND STATES FROM WHENCE APPOINTED.
No.

Name.

Date of
appointment.

Date of
resignation.

State.

COMPTROLLERS OF THE CURRENCY.
Hugh McCulloch
Freeman Clarke
Hiland R. Hulburd
John Jay Knox
Henry W. Cannon
William L. Trenholm...
Edward S. Lacey
A. Barton Hepburn
James H. Eckels
Charles G. Dawes
William Barret Ridgely.

May
Mar.
Feb.
Apr.
May
Apr.
May
Aug.
Apr.
Jan.
Oct.

9,1863
21,1865
1,1867
25,1872
12,1884
20,1886
1,1889
2,1892
26,1893
1,1898

Mar.
July
Apr.
Apr.
Mar.
Apr.
June
Apr.
Dec.
Sept.

Indiana.
New York.
3,1871 Ohio.
30,1884 Minnesota.
1,1886
Do.
30,1889 South Carolina.
30,1892 Michigan.
25,1893 New York.
31,1897 Illinois.
30,1901
Do.
Do.

Aug.
Jan.
Apr.
Jan.
Jan.
May
Mar.
Mar.
Aug.
June

1,1865
31,1867
24,1872
3,1886
3,1887
25,1890
16,1893
11,1896
31,1898
27,1899

1,1901

8,1865
24,1866

DEPUTY COMPTROLLERS OF THE CURRENCY.

Samuel T. Howard
Hiland R. Hulburd
John Jay Knox
John S. Langworthy
V. P. Snyder
J. D. Abrahams
R. M. Nixon
Oliver P. Tucker
George M. Coffin
Lawrence O. Murray
Thomas P. Kane




I May 9,1863
! Aug. 1,1865
| Mar. 12,1867
1
Aug. 8,1872
; Jan. 5,1886
Jan. 27,1887
! Aug. 11,1890
| Apr. 7,1893
! Mar. 12,1896
! Sept. 1,1898
! June 29,1899

New York.
Ohio.
Minnesota
New York.
Do.
Virginia.
Indiana.
Kentucky.
South Carolina.
New York.
District of Columbia.

69

70
No.

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
2 . — N A M E S AND COMPENSATION OF O F F I C E R S AND C L E R K S
T H E COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY, OCTOBER 31,

Name.
William B. Ridgely
Thomas P. Kane
George T. May
Watson W. Eldridge
Willis J. Fowler
,
Elwood S. Gatch
Edmund E. Schreiner
Caleb C. Magruder
Theodore O. Ebaugh
Ebenezer Southall
Benjamin F. Blye
Willard E. Buell
Philo L. Bush
Loren H. Milliken
Charles A. Stewart
William D. Swan a
Ephraim S. Wilcox
George H. Wood
George R. Whitney
Harriet M. Black
William S. Davenport...
Arthur A. Fisher
Frank T. Israel
William A. Nestler
Morris M. Ogden
William V. Price
Julia A. Snell
Frederick R. Steffens . . .
Warren E. Sullivan
Lloyd M. Tillman
William J. Tucker
Arthur M. Wheeler
Antoinette Avery
Eveline C. Bates
John E. Briggs
Frank W. Bryant
Joseph K. Cummins
James W. Farrar
Eliza R.Hyde
Francis J. Kilkenny
Carrie L. Pennock
Carrie B. Pumphrey
Edwin F. Rorebeck
Eliza A. Saunders
Margaret L. Simpson
AdeliaM. Stewart
George Thompson
,
Louisa Campbell
Virginia H. Clarke
Mary L. Conrad
James H. Croxdale
Sarah F. Fitzgerald
Bruce E. Hutchinson . . .
Alice M. Kennedy
Helen L. McL. Kimball.
Emma Lafayette
Stephen L. Newnham...
Edmund F. Quinn
John W. Snapp
Clara L. Willard
Mary E. Bates
Leonidas I. Beall
Albert F. Bronniche
Ellen Carey
Geraldine Clifford
Susie N. Dutrow
Harrie B. Ellis
Daniel H. Mason
Mary E. Oliver
John C. Settle
Henry E. Smith
Willis B. Speare
Robert R. Spencer
Emma W. Stokes
William A. Widney
Jacob L. Bright
Thomas H. Austin
James D. Currie
Henry B. Davenport
George W. Dix
Charles C. Dunn




Grade.
Comptroller
Deputy Coi
Comptroller.
Chief clerk
* Lief * *
Chief of division .
do
.do.
Superintendent
Teller
Bookkeeper
Assistant bookkeeper .
Clerk, class 4
do
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
Stenographer.
Clerk, class 3..
do
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
do
do
Clerk, class 2 .
.do
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
Clerk, class 1.
do
do
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do
Clerk, class E.
.do
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
do....
Engineer .
Clerk
.do....
.do.
.do.
.do.
a Additional to bond clerk. $200.

I N T H E O F F I C E OF
1904.

Salary.
$5,000
3,000
2,500
2,200
2,200
2,200
2,200
2,000
2,000
2,000
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,200
1,200
1,200
1,200
1,200
1,200
1,200
1,200
1,200
1,200
1,200
1,200
1,200
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
900
900
900
900
900

BEPOKT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

71

No. 2.—NAMES AND COMPENSATION OF OFFICERS AND CLERKS IN THE OFFICE OF
THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY, OCTOBER 31, 1904—Continued.

Clerk..
do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
do
.do
Messenger
Assistant messenger.
do
.do.
.do.
.do.
Fireman.
Laborer..

Eliza M. Guerard
Mary B. Harveil
Emily L. Hay
Edna E. Johnston
Mary A. Martin
SwanT.Olsen
Le Roy L. Overton
William A. Owen
Marion Radcliff e
Lizzie S. Robinson
Kenneth A. Shaw
William M. Smith
Willard C. Tompkins..
William Griffiths
George M. Cook
John Dillard
William P. Knight....
Joseph A. Munnerlyn.
William M. Skillman..
Samuel M. Freeman...
Charles H. Friedricks.
Richard McGrath
John B. Patterson

900
900
900
900
900
900
900
900
900
900
900
900
840
720
720
720
720
720
720
660
660
660

do...
do...
No.

Name.

Salary.

Grade.

Name.

3.—NATIONAL BANK EXAMINERS.

Address.

Albertsen, Walter F . . . Room 25, Kellogg Building, Washington, D. C.
Ames, Elmer E
Norton, Kans.
Baird, Lyman D
Austin, Minn.
Balch, Joseph
272 Benefit street, Providence, R. I.
Bargar, W. Emerson .. Oakmont, Pa.
Beebe, Ovando C...... Salt Lake City, Utah.
Bingham, Channing .. 3515 Hamilton street,
Philadelphia, Pa.
Bos worth, Charles H .. Room 755, National Life
Building, Chicago, 111.
Bradley, James T
Sedan, Kans.
Brady, John G
Sitka, Alaska.
Brush, Charles H
Fergus Falls, Minn.
Bryan, William H
Cranford, N. J.
Buck, Francis N
Wilmington, Del.
Bush, GuyL
605 East avenue, Charlotte, N. C.
Campbell, Samuel B .. 1055 Franklin avenue,
Columbus, Ohio.
Warner, N. H.
Carroll, Edward H
Minden, Nebr.
Cline, James A
Ottawa, 111.
Cook, David A
Jonesboro, Tenn.
Cooper, Silas H. L
Cunningham, John B . Box 1058, Pittsburg, Pa.
Dexter, Me.
Curtis, Charles W
Duffett, Walter W., j r . 27 Eastern Promenade,
Portland, Me.
59 Bell avenue, CleveDuncan, Andrew J
land, Ohio.
23 Schuyler street, RoxEwer, Alfred
bury, Boston, Mass.
Fargo, Charles E
Dallas, Tex.
Finney, John F
5123 Baltimore avenue,
Philadelphia, Pa.
Vergennes, Vt.
Fish, Frank L
Frazer, William D
Warsaw, Ind.
990 Dana avenue, CinGalbreath,Elmer E
cinnati, Ohio.
Garrett, Robert D
Care of Farmers' Nation^
alBank, Princeton, Ky.
Graham, Edward J
40 Delaware street, Albany, N. Y.
Hanna, Charles A
Room 1002, 35 Nassau
street, New York, N.Y.
Hardt, William M
3303 Powelton avenue,
Philadelphia, Pa.
Harry, Louis D
Care of Treasury Department, San Juan, P. R.
Hertford, Joseph ^V... Fort Worth, Tex.
Johnson, Archie J
Corvallis, Oreg.



Name.

Address.

Jones, Wilfrid P
Algona, Iowa.
Klein, Frederick L
755 National Life Building, Chicago, 111.
Knight, Charles E
230 Montgomery street,
San Francisco, Cal.
Laidlaw, W. A
Langdon, N. Dak.
Lazear, James B
1750 Gilpin street, Denver, Colo.
Logan, Joseph M
Fort Worth, Tex.
Markell, John U
Frederick, Md.
Mattern, Harry R
Franklin, Pa.
Maxwell, James W
Tacoma, Wash.
McCune, Samuel L
Athens, Ohio.
McDonald, John K
1208 Cobb street, Athens,
Ga.
McDougal, James B ... 204 Monroe street, Peoria,
111.
Mclntosh, James M . . . Connersville, Ind.
Miles, Daniel C
Westminster, Mass.
Miller, David B
Redoak, Iowa.
Miller, Levi L
Canton, Ohio.
Muir, Downie D
110 N. Lake wood avenue,
Baltimore, Md.
Neal, William E
Lynn, Mass.
Parker, L. Holden
Beloit, Wis.
Patterson, Frank E
Wilkesbarre, Pa.
Perkins, Charles S
Meriden, Conn.
Ridgely, Edward
Room 1002, 35 Nassau
street, New York, N.Y.
Ridgeway, J. Castle ... Hilo, Hawaii.
Robinson, Charles W.. 418 Fairmont street, Fairmont, W. Va.
Robinson, William J .. Mercer, Pa.
Rush, John
Omaha, Nebr.
Sayles, Irving B
Millbury, Mass.
Selden, Joseph W
Niles, Mich.
Shaw, Ephraim B
West Union, Iowa.
Sholl, J. Mack
Carthage, 111.
Silsby, George A
Mitchell, S. Dak.
Starek, Charles
37 Portland street, Cleveland, Ohio.
Sturtevant, Myron R.. Oklahoma City, Okla.
Van Brocklin, Chas. E. Cortland, N. Y.
Van Vranken, Josiah.. Schenectady, N. Y.
Watts, John
319 E. Fifth street, Newton, Kans.
Weir, Miller
Jacksonville, 111.
Wilson, Arthur O
4651 Cook a v e n u e ,
St. Louis, Mo.
Wilson, John W
Redlands, Cal.
Yerkes, William L
Paris, Ky.

72
No.

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
4.—EXPENSES

OF

THE

O F F I C E OF COMPTROLLER OF
Y E A R ENDED J U N E 30,
1904.

THE

CURRENCY

FOR

THE

For special dies, plates, printing, etc
$205,496.35
For salaries
Ill, 780.11
For salaries reimbursed by national banks
16,803.54
Total expenses of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency from its organization,
May, 1863, to June 30, 1904
10,023,445". 93

The contingent expenses of the Bureau are not paid by the Comptroller, but from
the general appropriation for contingent expenses of the Treasury Department. No
separate account of them is kept.
No. 5.—NUMBER OF NATIONAL BANKS ORGANIZED SINCE FEBRUARY 25, 1863, NUMBER
PASSED OUT OF THE SYSTEM, AND NUMBER IN OPERATION OCTOBER 31, 1904.
Total number organized
Number passed into voluntary liquidation
Number passed into liquidation .upon expiration of corporate existence
Number placed in the hands of receivers
Less number restored to solvency

438
2J.

1,414
134

7,460

417

Number passed out of the system

1,965

Number now in operation

5,495




REPOET OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

73

No. 6.—NUMBER AND AUTHORIZED CAPITAL OF NATIONAL BANKS ORGANIZED AND
THE NUMBER AND CAPITAL OF BANKS CLOSED IN EACH YEAR ENDED OCTOBER 31
SINCE THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE NATIONAL BANKING SYSTEM, WITH THE YEARLY
INCREASE OR DECREASE.
Closed.
Organized.

Year.

No.
1863
1864
1865
1866 . .
1867
1868"
1869 .
1870
1871
1872
1873
1874
1875
1876
1877
1878
1879
1880
1881
1882
1883
1884
1885
1886
1887
1888 .
1889
1890
1891
1892
1893
1894
1895 . .
1896
1897
1898
1899
1900
1901
1902
1903
1904

'

Aggregate..
D e d u c t decrease

Capital.

134 $16,378,700
453 79,366,950
1,014 242,542,982
62
8,515,150
10
4,260,300
12
1,210,000
9
1,500,000
22
2,736,000
170 19,519,000
175 18,988,000
68
7,602, 700
71
6, 745,500
107 12,104,000
36
3,189,800
29
2,589,000
2, 775,000
28
3, 595,000
38
6,374,170
57
9 651 050
86
227 30,038,300
262 28,654,350
191 16,042,230
145 16,938,000
174 21 358,000
225 30,546,000
132 12 053 000
211 21,240,000
307 36,250,000
193 20,700,000
163 15,285,000
119 11 230 000
50
5,285,000
43
4, 890,000
3, 245, 000
28
4,420,000
44
9,665,000
56
78 16 470 000
383 19,960,000
394 21,554,500
470 31,130,000
553 34,333,500
431 21,019,300

In voluntary
liquidation.
No.
3
6
4
12
18
17
14
11
21
20
38
32
26
41
33
9
26
78
40
30
85
25
25
34
41
50
41
53
46
79
49
37
70
69
64
43
39
71
72
a 65

Capital.

$330,000
650,000
2,160,000
2,445,500
3,372,710
2,550, 000
1,450,000
2,180,500
3,524, 700
2,795,000
3,820,200
2,565,000
2,539, 500
4,237,500
3,750,000
570,000
1,920,000
16,120,000
7, 736,000
3,647,250
17,856,590
1,651,100
2,537,450
4,171,000
4,316,000
5,050, 000
4,485,000
6,157,500
6,035,000
10,475,000
6,093,100
3, 745, 000
9,659,000
12,509, 000
24,335,000
12,474,950
7,415,000
22,190,000
30,720,000
20,285,000

7,460 881,950,482 1,548 280,524,550

Netincrease
Addfor*banks
restored to
solvency...
T o t a l net
increase .

Insolvent.
No.

Capital.

1
2
6
4
1
1
6
11
3
5
9
10
14
8
3
3
11
4
8
8
8
2
9
25
17
65
21
36
27
38
7
12
6
11
2
12
20

Net yearly
increase.
No.

134
450
$50,000 1,007
500,000
56
1,170,000
410,000
50,000
250,000
7
159
158
1,806,100
36
3,825, 000
48
250,000
1,000, 000
64
965,000
3,344, 000
2,612,500
1, 230,000
700,000
45
60
1,561,300
146
250,000
220
1,285,000
150
600,000
56
650,000
141
192
1,550,000
1,900,000
90
250,000
168
750,000
248
3,622,000
127
2,450,000
93
10,935,000
8
2,770,000
5,235,020
3,805, 000
ft,851, 500
1,200, 000
2
850,000
334
1,800,000
344
1,760,000
397
450,000
469
3,480,000
346
1,535,000

438 72,702,420 5,755

Capital.
$16,378,700
79, 366,950
242,162,982
7,365,150
930,300

Net yearly
decrease.
No. Capital.

8
10 $i,645,500
9 1,922,710
64,000

18,069,000
15,001,400
253,000
3,700,500
7,283,800
5
340,200
7 3,294,500
27 4,075,000
3 1,385,000
5,104,170
7,731,050
12,357,000
20,668, 350
11,109,980
1,518,590
19,056,900
26,458,550
5,982,000
16,674,000
30,450,000
12,593,000
6,677,500
5,740 000
7,960,000
50 6,438,120
42 4,305, 000
36 11,090,500
65 4,044,000
19 8,715 000
5, 685, 050
12,379,500
8,490,000
133,500
800,700
592,062,332 281 63,538, 820

281

63,538,820

5,474

528,523,512

21

6,075,000

5,495 *>534,598,512

"Exclusive of one bank placed in charge of receiver subsequent to voluntary liquidation.
t> The total authorized capital stock on October 31 was $781,126,335; the paid-in capital, $779,498,101,
including the capital stock of liquidating and insolvent banks which have not deposited lawful money
for the retirement of their circulating notes.




REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
No. 7.—NUMBER OF NATIONAL BANKS ORGANIZED, IN LIQUIDATION, AND IN OPERATION, WITH THEIR CAPITAL, BONDS ON DEPOSIT, AND CIRCULATION ISSUED, REDEEMED,
AND OUTSTANDING ON OCTOBER 31, 1904.
Banks.

States and Territories.

Organized.

In
In
liqui- operdation. ation.

Circulation.

Capital
stock paid.

United
States
bonds on
deposit.

Issued.

Redeemed. Outstanding.a

Maine
New Hampshire.
Vermont
Massachusetts . . .
Rhode Island
Connecticut

104
67
71
300
65
103

21
11
23
80
37
23

83 $10,141,000
56
5,380,000
48
6,285,000
220 64,115,500
28
9,175,250
80 20,049,570

$5,973,850
5,208,500
4,639,500
27,849,450
4,422,500
11,326,350

$62,502,490
44,033,135
52,719,710
465,375.675
98,505,305
135, 761,950

$66,305,557
39,234,580
48,093,506
433,237,206
92,994,766
124,309,430

$6,196,933
4,798,555
4,626,204
32,138, 469
5,510,539
11,452,520

Total

710

195

515 115,146,320

59,420,150

858,898,265

794,175,045

64,723,220

New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
Dist. Columbia...

555
159
762
24
97
21

186
23
114

369 144,024,915
136 18,095,000
648 95,669,836
2,271,025
24
88 16,492,400
4,677,000
13

69,230, 300
9,263,750
58,894,850
1,000,500
7,951,500
2,520,000

566,325,245
89,439,820
391,317,065
11,058,955
68, 590,330
12,838,250

488,045,974
80,252,458
331,020,404
10,109,472
59,646,953
9,697,225

78,279,271
9,187,362
60,296,661
949,483
8,943,377
3,141,025

Total
Virginia
West Virginia
North Carolina ..
South Carolina...
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee
Total
Missouri
Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan
Wisconsin
Iowa
Minnesota
North Dakota
South Dakota
Kansas
Nebraska
Total

1,618
102
87
57
31
76
40
74
30
46
524
31
156
97
1,351
162
488
265
437
185
165
360
265
105
94
287
226
3,039

9
8

340 1,278 281,230,176 148,860,900 1,139,569,665
22
11
12
8
20
12
17
6
11
103
8
39
34

978,772,486 160, 797,179

80
76
45
23
56
28
57
24
35
421
23
117
63

7,801,770
6,303, 500
3,726,100
2,938,000
6,195,000
2,594, 960
5,680,000
2,770,000
4,302,500
31,284,805
2,388,190
14, 615, 200
7,584,200

5,948,900
4,326,700
2,555, 750
1,669,450
3,877,050
1,441,000
3,876, 750
1,586, 250
2,626,500
13,863,310
592, 500
11,208,050
4,578,250

29,439, 750
18,828, 690
13,472,390
11,155,685
18, 630,270
4,049,960
14,544,150
4,242,630
17,876,550
44,340,030
3,071,190
66,674,345
23,412,780

22,954, 764
14,216,381
10,747,946
9,163,058
14,696,503
2,579,817
10,498,153
2,551,301
14,817,106
30,029,596
2,425,574
54,467,896
18,828,868

6,484, 986
4,612,309
2,724,444
1, 992,627
3,933,767
1,470,143
4,045,997
1,691,329
3,059,444
14,310,434
645,616
12,206,449
4,583,912

303 1,048

98,184,225

58,150,460

269,738,420

207,976,963

61,761,457

68
150
85
107
97
50
87
44
20
28
123
74

23,499,780
55,465,100
18,801,000
49,090, 750
12,830,000
13,517,500
17,342,500
17,809,750
3,100,000
2, 575,000
10,832,500
11,025,000

18,929,740
30,852,300
11,034,150
19,616,400
7,336,250
6,662,670
11,123,210
7,367,400
1,298,000
1,245,300
7,425,290
5,568,870

62,666,295
196,641,710
81,042,505
106,912,645
52,727,890
30,854,050
51,405,690
28,878,800
4,565, 790
4,885,190
27, 787,250
23,645,890

42,815,962
162,303, 666
69,178,374
85,351,990
44,579,053
23,774,647
39,928,183
21,235,823
3,217,617
3,645,050
20,183,515
18,047,957

19,850,333
34, 338,044
11,864,131
21,560,655
8,148,837
7,079,403
11,477,507
7,642,977
1,348,173
1,240,140
7,603,735
5,597,933

933 2,106 235, 888,880 128,459,580

672,013,705

534,261,837 137,751,868

94
338
180
330
88
115
273
221
85
66
164
152

Nevada
Oregon
Colorado
Idaho
Montana
Wyoming
Washington ......
California
Utah
New Mexico
Arizona
Oklahoma
Indian Territory.
Alaska
Hawaii
Porto Rico

4
57
94
32
52
24
88
97
22
31
15
106
116
1
2
1

2
18
32
7
24
5
53
19
7
10
3
10
4

2
39
62
25
28
19
35
78
15
21
12
96
112
1
2
1

282,000
2, 745,000
6,031,000
1,165,000
2,832,900
1,085,000
3, 705,000
18,062,800
1,887,500
1,291,800
655,000
3,780,000
4,840,500
50,000
535,000
100,000

220,500
1, 721,050
4,535,500
418,900
1,199,750
515,250
1,691,300
14,267,000
1,449,000
877,000
436,450
1,759,400
2,183, 600
12,500
266, 500
100,000

636,390
6,767,240
16,695,670
1,645,050
6,301,090
2,291,180
8,317,550
30,661,430
5,422,840
3,919,920
1,138,590
3,081,520
3,842,120
22,450
423,000
120,850

425,011
5,025,583
12,096,096
1,235,308
5,000,153
1,784,747
6,488,847
16,250,590
3,942,684
2,979,427
691,903
1,313, 595
1,595,405
8,250
258,200
19,250

211,379
1,741,657
4,599,574
409,742
1,300,937
506,433
1,828,703
15,410,840
1,480,156
940,493
446,687
767,925
2,246,715
14,200
164,800
101,600

Total

742

194

548

49,048,500

31,653, 700

91,286,890

59,115,049

32,171,841

Total currency
banks
Add gold banks .

3,031,506,945 2,574,301,380 457,205,565
3,465,240
3,389,305
75,935

United States....

7,460 &1.965 5,495 779,498,101 426,544,790 3,034,972,185 2,577,690,685 457,281,500

a Including $32,750,918 for which layful money has been deposited with the Treasurer of the United
States to retire an equal amount of circulation which has not been presented for redemption.
b Exclusive of 21 banks formerly in charge of receivers but restored to solvency.



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75

No. 8.—NUMBER OF NATIONAL BANKS ORGANIZED, IN VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION,
INSOLVENT, AND NUMBER AND CAPITAL OP ASSOCIATIONS IN ACTIVE OPERATION ON
JANUARY 1 OF EACH YEAR FROM 1864 TO 1904.

Year.
1864.
1865.
1866.
1867.
1868.
1869.
1870.
1871.
1872.
1873.
1874.
1875.
1876.
1877.
1878.
1879.
1880.
1881.
1882.
1883.
1884.
1885.
1886.
1887.
1888.
1889.
1890.
1891.
1892.
1893.
1894.
1895.
1896.
1897
1898,
1899
1900.
1901.
1902.
1903.
1904




In volunOrganized. tary liquidation.
179
682
1,626
1,665
1,675
1,688
1,696
1,759
1,912
2,073
2,131
2,214
2,315
2,345
2,375
2,405
2,445
2,498
2,606
2,849
3,101
3,281
3,427
3,612
3,832
3,954
4,190
4,494
4,673
4,832
4,934
4,983
5,029
5,054
5,108
5,165
5,240
5,662
6,074
6,566
7,081

6
11
16
29
47
62
77
87
101
118
141
179
211
236
274
308
320
349
429
462
506
578
611
632
668
706
754
804
853
905
975
1,024
1,059
1,144
1,207
1,261
1,302
1,351
1,421
1,495

Insolvent.

1
3
10
13
15
15
19
23
34
37
40
50
61
76
81
84
85
87
89
102
104
113
121
128
133
143
169
180
243
260
294
327
353
368
373
379
386
389
402

In active operation.
No.
179
676
1,614
1,646
1,636
1,628
1,619
1,667
1,806
1,949
1,979
2,036
2,096
2,084
2,078
2,055
2,056
2,094
2,172
2,333
2,550
2,673
2,745
2,888
3,079
3,158
3,351
3,597
3,700
3,799
3,786
3,748
3,711
3,668
3,614
3,590
3,606
3,981
4,337
4,756
5,184

Capital.
$14,040,522
135,618,874
403,357,346
420,229,739
420,260, 790
426,882,611
433,803,311
442,427,981
468,210,336
487,781,551
499,003,401
503,347,901
511,155,865
501,392,171
485,557,771
471,609,396
461,557,515
467,039,084
470,018,135
492,076,635
518,031,135
529,910,165
534,378,265
555,865,165
584,726,915
598,239,065
623,791,365
665,267,865
685,762,265
695,148,665
693,353,165
670,906,365
664,076,915
655,334,915
639,440,295
622,482,195
608,588, 045
635,309,395
670,164,195
723,416,695
767,567,095

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No. 9.—NATIONAL BANKS CHARTERED DURING THE YEAR ENDED OCTOBER, 31, 1904.

ALABAMA.

7044
7062
7073
7084
7097
7141
7148
7371
7417
7424
7429
7451

Farmers and Merchants' National Bank, Troy
Bank of Mobile, National Banking Association, Mobile
First National Bank of Oxford
Selma National Bank, Selma
First National Bank, Cullman
American National Bank, Montgomery
First National Bank, Linden
Citizens' National Bank of Thomasville
First National of Alexander City
First National Bank of Headland
First National Bank of Brundidge
First National Bank of Sylacauga

$125,000
100,000
25,000
150,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
25,000
35,000
25,000
30,000
30,000

Total capital
Total number of banks, 12.

695,000

ARIZONA TERRITORY.

ARKANSAS.
7046
7138
7163
7240
7311
7323
7346
7361

National Bank of El Dorado
State National Bank, Texarkana
First National Bank, Mena
Merchants' National Bank, Fort Smith
First National Bank of Corning
Citizens' National Bank, El Dorado . . .
First National Bank of Fayetteville . . .
First National Bank of Vail Buren
Total capital
Total number of banks, 8.

$25,000
100,000
50,000
400,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
725,000

CALIFORNIA.
7057
7058
7063
7069
7152
7176
7202
7210
7219
7259
7279
7336
7388
7390
7418

First National Bank of San Pedro
First National Bank of Monterey
First National Bank of Visalia
First National Bank of Palo Alto
First National Bank of Cucamonga
First National Bank of Napa
First National Bank of Sonora
First National Bank of Ventura
First National Bank of Alturas
Redlands National Bank, Redlands
First National Bank of San Mateo County, at Redwood City
First National Bank of Madera
First National Bank of Calistoga
First National Bank of Fowler
American National Bank of San Diego

$25,000
50,000
100,000
30,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
40,000
50,000
102,800
25,000
25,000
25,000

100,000

Total capital
Total number of banks, 15.

722,800

COLORADO.
7082
7228
7288
7408
7435

First National Bank of Rocky Ford
First National Bank of Monte Vista
Montrose National Bank, Montrose
United States National Bank of Denver
First National Bant of Meeker
Total capital
Total number of banks, 5.




j
!
!
!
|

$50,000
25,000
36,000
200,000
40,000

!

'

1

351,000

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No. 9.—NATIONAL BANKS CHARTERED DURING THE YEAR ENDED OCTOBER 31, 1904—

Continued.
DELAWARE.

Charter
No.
7211

Title.
First National Bank of Delmar . .

Capital.
830,000

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
7446 I Commercial National Bank of Washington .

$300,000

FLORIDA.
7034
7153
7190
7253
7404
7423

First National Bank of Milton
American National Bank of Tampa
First National Bank of Madison
First National Bank of Quincy
First National Bank of De Funiak Springs
First National Bank of Graceville ,
Total capital
Total number of banks, 6.

$25,000
250,000
50,000
50,000
35,000
25,000
435,000

GEORGIA.
7067
7220
7247
7300
7330
7431
7459

First National Bank of Sparta
First National Bank of Tallapoosa .
First National Bank of Lafayette...
First National Bank of Madison
National Bank of Union Point
First National Bank of Commerce..
First National Bank of Fort Valley.

$50,000
25,000
25, 000
50,000
25,000
25,000
25,000

Total capital
Total number of banks, 7.

225,000
IDAHO.

7120
7133
7230
7381
7419

Exchange National Bank of Coeur d'Alene ..
First National Bank of Rexburg
Commercial National Bank of St. Anthony ..
First National Bank of Montpelier
First National Bank of Blackfoot
Total capital

$100,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
225,000

Total number of banks, 5.
ILLINOIS,
7031
7049
7077
7079
7080
7111
7121
7145
7151
7168
7236
7276
7339
7350
7358
7365
7379
7385
7396
7440
7443
7458

First National Bank of Compton
Henry National Bank, Henry
White Hall National Bank, White Hall
First National Bank of Momence
First National Bank of Villa Grove
First National Bank of Chrisman
First National Bank of White Hall
First National Bank of Aledo
Farmers' National Bank of Strawn
First National Bank of Humboldt
Union National Bank of Elgin
First National Bank of Catlin
First National Bank of Windsor
First National Bank of Mount Olive
Prairie National Bank of Chicago
Georgetown National Bank, Georgetown
First National Bank of Mulberry Grove
First National Bank of Golconda
Citizens' National Bank of Shelbyville
National Bank of Pawnee
First National Bank of Mound City
First National Bank of Johnston City
Total capital
Total number of banks, 22.



$25,000
30.000
50,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
25, 000
25,000
100,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
250,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
980,000

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No. 9.—NATIONAL BANKS CHARTERED DURING THE YEAR ENDED OCTOBER 31, 1904—

Continued.
INDIANA.

7036
7124
7132
7155
7175
7180
7241
7260
7342
7354
7374
7375
7411
7415
7437
7454

First National Bank of Poseyville
,
First National Bank of Greens Fork
First National Bank of Columbia City
First National Bank of Bicknell
Columbia City National Bank, Columbia City
First National Bank of Portland
First National Bank of Loogdotee
First National Bank of Odon
First National Bank of Jasonville
First National Bank of Hartsville
First National Bank of Rush ville
Citizens' National Bank of Tell City
First National Bank of Lin ton
American National Bank of La Fayette
First National Bank of Freeland Park
Peoples' National Bank of Muncie
Total capital
Total number of banks, 16.

$25,000
25,000
50,000
30,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
30,000
50,000
125,000
25,000
100,000
710,000

INDIAN TERRITORY.
7032
7042
7050
7053
7054
7071
7085
7099
7104
7115
7118
7185
7197
7209
7217
7251
7289
7321
7368
7389
7420
7432
7442

American National Bank of Bartlesyille
American National Bank of Tishomingo
First National Bank of Hartshorne
Citizens' National Bank of Calvin
First National Bank of Stonewall
Citizens' National Bank of Ada
Tulsa National Bank, Tulsa
First National Bank of Bennington
National Bank of Poteau
First National Bank of Broken Arrow
First National Bank of Poteau
First National Bank of Francis
First National Bank of Mill Creek
First National Bank of Berwyn
First National Bank of Stigler
First National Bank of Ramona
Duncan National Bank, Duncan
Coalgate National Bank, Coalgate
Caddo National Bank, Caddo
First National Bank of Byars
First National Bank of Cornish
American National Bank of Stigler
Merchants and Planters' National Bank of Davis
Total capital
Total number of banks, 23.

$25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25, 000
25,000
25,000
25, 000
25,000
25,000
25,000
30,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
35,000
$665,000

IOWA.
7061
7089
7108
7114
7126
7137
7189
7261
7287
7294
7304
7309
7322
7326
7357
7369
7382
7401
7439

First National Bank of Fontanelle
Lyon County National Bank of Rock Rapids
First National Bank of Aurelia
First National Bank of Colfax
First National Bank of Alta
First National Bank of Linn Grove
First National Bank of Sioux Rapids
First National Bank of Lineville
First National Bank of Norway
First National Bank of Havelock
First National Bank of In wood
First National Bank of Coin
First National Bank of Akron
First National Bank of Cumberland
Monroe National Bank, Monroe
First National Bank of Sioux Center
Farmers' National Bank of Henderson
Citizens' National Bank of Sioux City
Citizens' National Bank of Grinnell
Total capital
Total number of banks, 19.




825,000
75,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
30,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
50,000
680,000

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No. 9.—NATIONAL BANKS CHARTERED DURING THE YEAR ENDED OCTOBER 31, 1904—

Continued.
KANSAS.

7125
7178
7192
7195
7218
7222
7226
7285
7298
7302
7303
7313
7318
7383
7416
7412

Moffet Bros. National Bank, Larned
First National Bank of Clifton
First National Bank of Meade
First National Bank of Overbrook
Fredonia National Bank, Fredonia
First National Bank, Lyndon
First National Bank of La Harpe
National Bank of Commerce, Dodge City
Farmers' National Bank of Oberlin
Jewell County National Bank, Burr Oak
Home National Bank, Eureka
First National Bank, Plainville
First National Bank, Moline
People's National Bank of Cherry vale...
First National Bank of Goff
Farmers' National Bank of Kingman
Total capital
Total number of banks, 16.

$25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
500,000

KENTUCKY.
7030
7037
7086
7110
7122
7164
7174
7215
7242
7254
7281
7284
7402
7457

Pikeville National Bank, Pikeville
First National Bank of Greenup
National Bank of Middlesborough
First National Bank of Louisa
Louisa National Bank, Louisa
Citizens' National Bank of Paintsville
First National Bank of Williamsburg
Bell National Bank, Pineville
First National Bank of Sebree
First National Bank of Prestonsburg
Olive Hill National Bank, Olive Hill
National Bank of John A. Black, Barbourville
Farmers and Merchants' National Bank of Franklin
Western National Bank of Louisville
Total capital
Total number of banks, 14.

$25,000
25,000
50,000
30, 000
30,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
30,000
25,000
300,000
665,000

LOUISIANA.
7047
7169
7232

First National Bank of Lake Arthur
First National Bank of New R o a d s . . . .
First National Bank of Mansfield
Total capital
Total number of banks, 3.

$25,000
25 000
25,000
75,000

MARYLAND.
7064
7160

First National Bank of North East
First National Bank of Mount Airy
Total capital
Total number of banks, 2.

$25,000
25,000
50,000

MASSACHUSETTS.
7297
7452

Wellesley National Bank, Wellesley
Danvers National Bank, Danvers...
Total capital
Total number of banks, 2.




$50,000
100,000
150,000

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No. 9.—NATIONAL BANKS CHARTERED DURING THE YEAR ENDED OCTOBER 31, 1904—

Continued.
MINNESOTA.
Charter
No.
7033
7092
7100
7109
7128
7143
7161
7184
7196
7199
7213
7221
7227
7080
7081
7268
7273
7283
7292
7307
7341
7373
7380
7387
7427
7428
7438

Title.
Hancock National Bank, Hancock
First National Bank, New Prague
First National Bank of Madelia
First National Bank of Le Roy
First National Bank of Iona
First National Bank of Lake Park
First National Bank of Clinton
First National Bank of Elgin
First National Bank of Halstad
First National Bank of Le Sueur
First National Bank of Graceville
First National Bank of Lamberton
First National Bank of Browerville
People's National Bank of Long Prairie
First National Bank of Ulen
First National Bank of Deer Creek
First National Bank of Belle Plaine
First National Bank of Waterville
First National Bank of Mora
Goodhue County National Bank, Red Wing
First National Bank, Brown Valley
First National Bank of Bertha
First National Bank of International Falls.
First National Bank of Braham
National Citizens Bank of Canby
First National Bank of Cambridge
First National Bank of Beardsley
Total capital
Total number of banks, 27.

Capital.
$25,000
25, 000
25, 000
25, 000
25, 000
25, 000
25, 000
25, 000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25. 000
25,000
25,000
25, 000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
150,000
25, 000
25, 000
25, 000
25, 000
50,000
30, 000
25,000
830,000

MISSISSIPPI.
7200 First National Bank of Shaw
7216 First National Bank of Greenwood .
7266 Citizens' National Bank of Meridian
Total capital
Total number of banks, 3.

$30,000
250,000
150,000
430,

000

MISSOURI.
7066
7094
7154
7179
7205
7256
7271
7282
7351
7460

First National Bank of Marceline
First National Bank of Liberal
Farmers' National Bank of Pleasant Hill
Bankers' World's Fair National Bank, St. Louis
First National Bank, Albany
First National Bank of Versailles
First National Bank of Bolivar
First National Bank of Mountain Grove
First National Bank of Braymer
National Bank of Jamesport

$25, 000
25,000
25, 000
200, 000
30,000
30, 000
25,000
25,000
50,000
30, 000
465,000

Total capital
Total number of banks, 10.
MONTANA.
7101
7172
7274
7320
7441

First National Bank of Glendive
First National Bank of Plains
First National Bank of Lewistown
First National Bank of Forsyth
National Bank of Gallatin Valley, at Bozeman
Total capital
Total number of banks, 5.




$25,000
25,000
100,000
50,000
60,000
260,000

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Continued.
NEBRASKA.
Charter |
No.
i

Title.

National Bank of Hnmboldt
First National Bank of El wood
7239 National Bank of Commerce, Lincoln .
7277 First National Bank, of Loup City
7325 First National Bank of ir pencer
7329 Nebraska National Bank of Norfolk . . .
7333 First National Bank of Dodge
7340 First National Bank of Burwell
7355 First National Bank of Diller
7384 First National Bank of Sargent
7393 First National Bank of Ansley
7421 First National Band of Randolph
7425 First National Bank of Emerson
7449 National Bank of North Bend
7005
7204

Total capital
Total number of banks, 14.

Capital.

mo, ooo
25, 000
100.000
25,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
40,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
30,000
25,000
500, 000

NEVADA.
7038

Farmers and Merchants' National Bank, Reno.

$200,000

NEW JERSEY.
7131 Caldwell National Bank, Caldwell
7171 Cranford National Bank, Cranford
7223 First National Bank of Englishtown
7265 First National Bank of Williamstown
7291 People's National Bank of Lake wood
7364 First National Bank of Branchville
7436 National Freehold Banking Co

825,000
50,000
25,000
25, 000
50,000
25, 000

Total capital
Total number of banks, 7.

300,000

100,000

NEW MEXICO.
7043
7186

First National Bank of Artesia
State National Bank of Albuquerque
Total capital
Total n u m b e r of banks, 2.

$25,000
100,000
125, 000

NEW YORK.

7102
7107
7203
7233
7255
7290
7305
7344
7447
74,50

Citizens' National Bank of Olean
Maiden Lane National Bank of New York
Coal a n d Iron National Bank of New York
First National Bank of Philmont
Washington County National Bank, Granville
Richmond Borough National Bank, Stapleton
Cooperstown National Bank, Cooperstown
First National Bank of Cornwall
Battery P a r k National Bank of New York
Mtna National Bank of New York
Total capital
Total n u m b e r of banks, 10.

$100,000
250,000
300,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
50, 000
25, 000
200,000
200,000
1,325,000

NORTH CAROLINA.
7188
7862

First National Bank of Dunn
First National Bank of Rocky Mount.
First National Bank of Lumberton . . .
Total capital
Total n u m b e r of banks, 3.

CUR
 1904, PT 1 

$25,000
25, 000
25, 000
75, 000

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Continued.
NORTH DAKOTA.
Charter |
No. !

Title.

7116 First National Bank of Bow bells
7142 ! Casa County National Bank, Casselton ...
7162 i First National Bank, Westhope
7166 First National Bank of Wyndmere
7234 First National Bank of Osnabrock
7295 First National Bank of Fingal
7315 I First National Bank of Carpio
7324 First National Bank of Finley
7332 Merchants' National Bank of Willow City
7377 Cando National Bank, Cando
Total capital
Total number of banks, 10.

Capital.
$25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25, 000
25,000
25, 000
250,000

OHIO.
7035
7039
7074
7091
7130
7187
7235
7237
7248
7327
7370
7391
7399
7403
7456

People's National Bank of Plymouth
Piketon National Bank, Piketon
First National Bank of Kalida
.'
First National Bank of Wauseon
Greenville National Bank, Greenville
First National Bank of New Holland
First National Bank of Amesville
First National Bank of Somerset
Farmers and Merchants' National Bank, Mount Vernon.
Farmers and Merchants' National Bank of Bellaire
Farmers' National Bank of Clarksville
First National Bank of Newton Falls
First National Bank of Seneca ville
First National Bank of Mason
Hamilton County National Bank of Cleves
Total capital
Total number of banks, 15.
OKLAHOMA

7103
7117
7127
7159
7177
7207
7238
7278
7293
7299
7328
7386
7444

$25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
25, 000
25, 000
100, COO
1C0,000
25, 000
50, (.00
25,000
25, 000
25,000
625,000

TERRITORY.

National Bank of Pond Creek
First National Bank of Fairview
First National Bank of Apache
Altus National Bank of Leger
First National Bank of Prague
Farmers' National Bank of Lexington.
German National Bank of Weatherford
First National Bank of Thomas
National Bank of Norman
National Bank of Commerce, Guthrie .
City National Bank of Mangum
Cleveland National Bank
First National Bank of Tonkawa
Total capital
Total number of banks, 13.

$25,000
25,000
25,000
30,000
25,000
25,0C0
25, 000
25,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
405,000

' OREGON.
7059
7072
7167
7244
7272
7301

First National Bank of Condon
First National Bank of Dallas
First National Bank of Klamath Falls
First National Bank of Lake view
Fkrst National Bank of Hood River
Commercial National Bank of Pendleton.
Total capital
Total number of banks, 6.




$25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
200,000

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Continued.
PENNSYLVANIA.
Charter
No.

Title.

7051 Citizens' National Bank of Lansford
7056 Atglen National Bank, Atglen
7076 First National Bank of Cecil
7078 Christiana National Bank, Christiana
7090 Rices Landing National Bank, Rices Landing .
7112 First National Bank of Wehrum
7139 Emaus National Bank, Emaus
7156 First National Bank of Millerstown
7181 First National Bank of Spangler
7193 Swarthmore National Bank, Swarthmore
7229 First National Bank of Saxton .
7262 First National Bank of Scenery Hill
7263 Old National Bank, Washington
7280 First National Bank of Galeton
7286 Tamaqua National Bank, Tamaqua
7310 First National Bank of Millsboro
7312 First National Bank of Edinboro
7334 Bituminous National Bank of Winburne
7343 National Bank of Girard
7349 New Cumberland National Bank, New Cumberland.
7353 First National Bank of Marysville
7356 First National of Bellwood ".
7363 Parnassus National Bank, Parnassus
7366 Farmers' National Bank of Freeport
7367 First National Bank of Portage
7395 Old National Bank of New Brighton
7400 Madera National Bank, Madera
7405 Farmers' National Bank of Hickory
7406 Nanticoke National Bank, Nanticoke
7409 People's National Bank of Zelienople
7430 Curwensville National Bank, Curwensville
7445 Colonial National Bank of Connellsville
7448 Catawissa National Bank, Catawissa
7453 Du Bois National Bank, Du Bois

Total capital
Total number of banks, 34.

Capital.
$50,000
40,000
25,000
60,000
25,000
25, 000
50,000
25,000
50,000
50, 000
30,000
25,000
150,000
50,000
100, 000
25,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25, 000
50,000
25,000
100, 000
50,000
25, 000
100, 000
50, 000
100,000
100,000
50,000
100,000
1,755,000

SOUTH DAKOTA.
7048
7134
7252
7335
7352
7426
7455

First National Bank of Scotland
Farmers' National Bank of White
First National Bank of Egan
First National Bank of Hudson
Vermilion National Bank, Vermilion ...
Farmers' National Bank of Bridgewater
Western National Bank of Mitchell
Total capital
Total number of banks, 7.

$25,000
25,000
25,000
30,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
230,000

TENNESSEE.
7225
7314
7397

National Bank of LaFollette
First National Bank of Tracy City
First National Bank of Franklin County, at Decherd
Total capital
Total number of banks, 3.

850,000
25,000
25,000
100, 000

TEXAS.
7041 First National Bank of Smithville
7045 First National Bank of Floyadada
7052 Texas National Bank of Dallas
7055 Citizen's National Bank of Blooming Grove
7070 First National Bank of Alvin
7075 National Exchange Bank of El Paso
7096 Citizens' National Bank of Daingerfield
7098 German-American National Bank, Mason
7105 Farmers and Merchants' National Bank, Comanche
7106 First National Bank of Munday




$25,000
30,000
250,000
25,000
25, 000
100,000
30,000
25,GOO
50,000
25, 000

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Continued.
TEXAS—Continued
Charter
No.
7113
7119
7128
7129
7140
7144
7146
7147
7149
7157
7165
7170
7183
7194
7201
7212
7214
7231
7243
7245
7249
7257
7269
7306
7316
7317
7331
7337
7345
7348
7360
7376
7378
7392
7394
7407
7410
7413
7414
7422
7433

Title.
Gaston National Bank of Dallas
Home National Bank of Llano
First National Bank of Claude
Rogers National Bank of .1 efferaon
Citizens' National Bank of Garland
First National Bank of Lewisville
Farmers' National Bank of Manor
First National Bank of Covington
Kyle National Bank, Kvle
Hico National Bank, Hico
Western National Bank, Fort Worth
Royal National Bank, Palestine
City National Bank, Eastland
Morris County National Bank, Naples
First National Bank of Mansfield
Adams National Bank, Devine
First National Bank of Alpine
First National Bank of Coolidge
Stockmen's National Bank of Cotulla
First National Bank of Clifton
Farmers' National Bank of Center
First National Bank of Annona
Farmers a n d Merchants' National Bank, Grandview .
First National Bank of Shamrock
Woods National Bank of San Antonio
Barlett National Bank, Barlett.
Citizens' National Bank, Ennis
First National Bank of Anderson.
Arlington National Bank, Arlington
Campbell National Bank, Campbell
Merchants and Farmers' National Bank, Cisco
PittsburgNational Bank, Pittsburg
First National Bank of Merit
City National Bank of T e x a r k a n a
City National Bank of Lampasas
Farmers' National Bank of Hubbard
First National Bank of Gorman
First National Ban k of McLean
Runnels County National Bank of Miles
First National Bank of Brec ken ridge
Del Rio National Bank, Pel Rio
Total capital
Total number of banks, 51.

Ca-Dital.
$250, 000
60, (00
25, 010
25, 000
50, 0(0
25, 010
25, 000
25, 000
25, 000
50,
300.
100, GOO
25, 000
35 000
25' 000
50, 000
25, 000
25, 0G0
60, 000
40,
25.
25, 000
30, 000
25, 000
200,
35, 000
I
50, 000
25. 000
25, 000
27, 000
25, 000
25, 000
25, 000
100, 000
50, 000
25, 000
30, 000
25, 000
25, 000
40, 000
50, 000
000
2,717,000
000

ceo

coo

coo

UTAH.
7296 i Pingree National Bank, Ogden

| $175,000

VERMONT.
7068
7267

People's National Bank of Barre
Bradford National Bank, Bradford

$100,000
25,000

Total capital
Total number of banks, 2.

;
j

125,000

VIRGINIA.
7093
7135
7150
7173
7206
7208
7258
7308
7338

Alexandria National Bank, Alexandria
People's National Bank, Gate City
Citizens' National Bank, Orange
People's National Bank, Lexington
First National Bank of Martinsville
First National Bank of Gate City
Farmers and Merchants' National Bank, OnUy .
American National Bank of Lynchburg
First National Bank of Berryville
Total capital
Total number of banks, 9.




$100;000
25000
25, COO
50, COO
•50, 000
•28, 500
50,000
100 000
25

oo
c

!
|

453,500

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Continued.
WASHINGTON.
Charter
No.

Capital.

Till-.

7095 Colfax National Bank
7372 I First National Bank of Bellingham

$120,000
100, 000

Total capital
Total Limber of banks, 2.

220,000
WEST VIRGINIA.

7060
7191
7246
7250
7270
7275
7359

Randolph National Bank, Elkins
First National Bank of Pen nsboro
Citizens' National Bank of Pennsboro
First National Bank of Salem
National Citizens' Bank of Charlestown
First National Bank of Clendenin
West Virginia National Bank of H u n t i n g t o n .
Total capital
Total v u iibcr of banks, 7.
WISCONSIN.

7040
7087
7136
7158
7224
7264
7347
7434

First National B a n k of Edgerton
First National Bank of River Falls
First National Bank of Wautoma
First National Bank of Bayfield
First National Bank of Brillion
First National Bank of Fairchild
Batavian National B a n k of La Crosse .
First National Bank of Phillips

$25, 000
25,000
25, 000
25, 000
25, 000
25,000
400,000
25,000

Total capital
Total n u m b e r of banks, I

575,000
WYOMING.

7083
7198
7319

Stockmen's National Bank of Casper.
First National Bank of Newcastle
First National Bank of Cody

850,000
25,000
25, 000

Total capital
Total number of banks, 3.

!
I

Grand total:
Number of banks .
Capital
No.

100,000

431
$21, (1'), 300

10.—NUMBER AND CAPITAL OF STATE BANKS CONVERTED INTO NATIONAL BANKING
ASSOCIATIONS IN E A C H STATE AND TERRITORY FROM 1863 TO OCTOBER 31, 1904.
State or Territory.

Alabama
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia.
Florida
Georgia
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
,
Minnesota
Missouri
Montana




Number.
7
2
9

1
17
10
22
38
20
7
34
32
182
10
39
19
3

Capital.
$900,000
100,000
825,000
7,777,800
730,000
18,932,770
585,010
230,000
50,000
500, 000
50,000
2,095,000
650, 000
1,170,000
1,867,000
4,131,900
2, 775,000
4,605,000
9, 749,372
65,641,200
1,125,000
1,691,000
9,234,300
180,000

State or Territory.
Nebraska
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina.
North Dakota . .
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania . .
Rhode I s l a n d . . .
South C a r o l i n a .
South Dakota . .
Tennessee
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia . .
Wisconsin
Wyoming
Total

Number.
27
28
42
3
204
5

16 '
12
26
3
100
52
1
13
14
22
11
3
15
15
2
1,169

Capital.
81,585,000
2,595, 000
7, 470,450
150,000
90,856,291
376,000
405,000
950, 000
745.000
300,000
29,594,095
16,717,550
600,000
375,000
1,845,000
2,029,990
891,300
250,000
1,008, "00
1, 410, 000
100,000
295,849,628

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No. 11.—CAPITAL, NUMBER OF SHARES, AVERAGE PAR VALUE, NUMBER OF SHAREHOLDERS OF NATIONAL BANKING ASSOCIATIONS, NUMBER OF WOMEN SHAREHOLDERS
AND SHARES OWNED BY THEM ON JULY 4, 1904.
Average
par
value.

Number
of shareholders.

115,550
53,550
74,350
663,850
185,925
264,599

$96.70
100.00
83.86
98.33
53.11
75.02

7,363
3,725
3,763
38, 979
5, 321
11,436

3,034
1,470
1,510
16,641
2, 674
4, 933

26,457
13,179
20,997
159, 623
49,906
57,371

117,797,320

1,357,824

86.75

70, 587

30,262

327,533

143,421,040
17,920,000
i5,364,390
2,268,985
16,672, 400
3,527,000

1,695,160
245,100
1,192,486
36,502
500,128
35,270

84.61
73.11
79.97
62.16
33.34
100.00

35,607
13,114
57,753
2,371
10,719
1,319

12,691
4, 631
19, 392
1,025
4,004
388

324,965
64,728
290,-026
14,026
124,925
5,337

279,173,815

3,704,646

75.36

120,883

'42,131

824,007

7,836,000
5,936,000
3,660,000
2,938,000
5, 958, 000
2, 560,000
5, 305, 000
2,720,000
3 805 000
30,580, 300
2,320, 000
14,105,900
7,445,000

81,510
60,360
37, 350
29,380
59,580
25, 600
53, 050
27,200
38 050
305,803
41,200
145, 359
76, 200

96.14
98.34
98.00
100. 00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100. 00
100 00
100. 00
56.31
97.04
97.70

4,616
4,311
1,759
1,830
2,458
763
1,636
1,432
1 744
10,992
741
7,882
3,253

1,146
1,031
429
518
639
131
446
310
330
1,921
161
3,211
1,031

13,928
10,393
8,345
6, 680
12,348
2,222
10,391
4,772
4 809
38,321
16, 713
46,444
16,584

95,169,200

980, 642

97.05

43, 417

11, 304

191,950

52,190,100
17,295,000
48,328,000
13,555, 000
. 13,180,000
17,686,000
17,840, 000
23,355,000

521,901
172,950
483, 280
135,550
136,300
177,360
178,400
233,550

100. 00
100.00
100.00
100. 00
96.70
99.72
100. 00
100. 00

19,750
5,692
11,517
4,004
4,212
5, 530
6,906
4,933

5,884
1,531
2,839
1,205
922
1,205
1,627
1,302

135,006
38,039
89,151
29, 349
22.276
30', 307
30,434
37,964

Capital.

Maine
New Hampshire ,
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut
Total, New England States ..
New York .
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia

Number Number
of women of shares
share- owned by
holders. women.

N u m b e r of
shares.

$11,205,000
5, 355,000
6,235,000
65,277,500
9,875. 250
19,849i 570

State.

....

Total, Eastern States
Virginia
West Virginia . . .
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee
Total, Southern States
Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Iowa
Missouri
Total, Middle States

203,429,100

2,039,291

99.75

62,544

16,515

412,526

North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
....
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma .
Indian Territory
Total, Western States

2,900,000
2,420 000
10,665,000
10,732,500
2,810,000
1,085,000
5,891,000
1,291,800
3,630,000
4,690,000

29,000
24,200
107,400
107,325
28,100
10,850
58,910
12,918
36,300
46,900

100.00
100. 00
99.30
100. 00
100. 00
100.00
100. 00
100. 00
100.00
100. 00

1,073
1,029
2,596
3,997
479
289
1,186
387
1,220
1,895

177
188
563
899
86
59
213
73
164
243

3,377
2,862
11,838
15,218
3,438
838
3,480
1,850
2,510
2,954

46,115, 300

461,903

99.84

14,151

2,665

48,365

Washington
Oregon
California
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
Arizona
Alaska

3, 830,000
2, 745, 000
17, 952,800
1,125,000
1,635,000
282,000
655,000
50, 000

38,300
27,450
180,028
11,750
16,350
2,820
6,550
500

100.00
100. 00
99.67
95.74
100. 00
100. 00
100.00
100. 00

853
841
4, 012
280
747
112
186
25

182
170
979
41
202
30
35
6

3,654
4,134
40,101
1,184
2,871
456
1,076
85

28,274,800

283,748

99.65

7,056

1,645

53,561

535,000
100,000

5,350
1,000

100. 00
100. 00

92
5

12
0

506
0

635,000

6, 350

100.00

97

12

506

770,594,535

8, 834, 404

87.23

318,735

104,534

1,858,448

Total, Pacific States
Hawaii
Porto Rico
Total, island possessions
Total, U n i t e d States




87

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF- THE CURRENCY.
No.

r _ \ — N U M B E R AND CAPITAL OF ALL NATIONAL B A N K S IN E A C H STATE E X TENDED UNDER THE ACT OF JULY 12, 1882, TO OCTOBER 31, 1904.

State or Territory.

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut
Total, New England
States
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia
Total, Eastern States.
Virginia
West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee
Total, South ern States.

Num- j
berof
banks. \

Capital.

State or Territory.

08 ' $11,260,000
Ohio
48
Indiana
6,055,000
Illinois .
45 !
7 306 000
246 ;
95,942,200 i Michigan
Wisconsin
61
20,340,050
82
23, 775, 820 ! Minnesota
Iowa
Missouri .
164,679,070
550
!
Total, Middle States .
289
0,114,460
69
11,983,350
North Dakota
268
62,576,000
South Dakota
15
Nebraska
1,823,985
42 j 13,929,000
Kansas
6
Montana
1,377,000
Wyoming
689 i 171,803,795
Colorado
New Mexico
22 I
3,241,000
20
Total, Western States.
2,586,000
10 !
1,676,000
10
1,635,000
Washington.
11
2,056,000
Oregon
California...
150,000
1, 385,000
Idaho
405,000
Utah
3, 300, 000
46
6,545, 000
Total, Pacific States .
3
450,000
Total, United S t a t e s .
53
10,557,400
23
4, 345,000
221

Number of !
banks. •

Capital.

167
72
137
52
38
37
102
29

$29,855,100
8,894,000
24,011,000
6,790,000
5,020,000
9,005,000
9,330,000
4, 665,000

634

97,570,100

10
12
43
37
7
2
19
4

735,000
700,000
5,150,000
3,440,000
1,150,000
300,000
1,952,000
500,000

134

13,927,000

6
5
12
3
4

710,000
525,000
4,500,000
200,000
850,000

30

6,785,000

2, 258

493,096, 365

38,331,400

No. 13.—NUMBER AND CAPITAL OF ALL NATIONAL B A N K S I N E A C H STATE R E E X T E N D E D
UNDER THE ACT OF JULY 12, 1882, AS AMENDED APRIL 12, 1902, TO OCTOBER 31,
1904, INCLUSIVE.

State or Territory.

: NumI ber of I
I banks.
14
6
8
41
1
14

Maine
New Hampshire.
Vermont
Massachusetts...
Rhode Island
Connecticut
Total, New England
States

84

New York
New Jersey —
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
Total, Eastern States..

136 i

Capital.

State or Territory.

Tennessee
$2,650,000
735,000
Total, Southern States
1,060,000
19,247,000
500,000 s Ohio
4,010,000 i Indiana
Illinois
Michigan . .
Wisconsin..
28, 202,000
Minnesota .
20,783,300
Iowa
Missouri . . .
2,175,000
17,580,000
Total, Middle States..
500,000
1, 600, 000
Nebraska .
Kansas
42,638,300

West Virginia .
Kentucky

250,000 il
500,000 !
{

Number of
banks.

Capital.

$850, 000
1,400, 000
6,265,000
1,005, 000
1, 775,000
430,000
845, 000
1,150,000
750,000
3, 050, 000
89

15,270, 000
500,000
300,000

Total, Western States.
Total, United States..

800,000
315

88,310,300

No. 1 4 . — N A T I O N A L B A N K S T H E CORPORATE EXISTENCE OF WHICH E X P I R E D BY L I M I TATION DURING THE YEAR ENDED OCTOBER 31, 1904, AND SUCCEEDING ASSOCIATIONS
AS INDICATED.
Jharter
No.

Title and location.

510 Union National B a n k of Weymouth, Mass.
894 First National B a n k of Danvers, Mass
3119 Second National B a n k of Colfax, Wash
3259 National B a n k of New Brighton, P a
FRASER

Digitized for


Charter
No.

7452
7095
7395

Title succeeding b a n k .

Danvers National Bank.
Colfax National Bank.
Old National Bank of New Brighton.

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BEPOET OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

No. 15.—NATIONAL BANKS THE CORPORATE EXISTENCE OF WHICH WILL EXPIRE
DURING THE YEAR ENDING OCTOBER 3 1 , 1905, WITH DATE OF EXPIRATION AND
CAPITAL, THE CHARTERS OF WHICH MAY BE EXTENDED UNDER THE ACT OF JULY

12, 1882.
Title.

8270
3269
3272
3276
3273
3305
3287
3294
3274
3289
3295
3285
3281
3284
3279
3282
3291
3307

The First National Bank, Beaverdam
The Denver National Bank, Denver
The Mercantile National Bank, Cleveland
The National Bank of Sturgis
The First National Bank, Boone
The Chestertown National Bank, Chestertown
The Farmers' National Bank, Knoxville
The City National Bank, Dixon
The Second National Bank, Bucyrus
The City National Bank, Austin .
*
The Belton National Bank, Belton
The Old National Bank, Fort Wayne
The Old National Bank, Evansville
The First National Bank, Brooklyn
The Galena National Bank, Galena
The National Exchange Bank, Albany
The Citizens' National Bank, Ripley
The People's National Bank, Malone

The First National Bank of Baird
The National City Bank, Grand Rapids
The First National Bank, Lexington
The Commercial German National Bank, Peoria
The First National Bank, Albion
The Exchange National Bank, Little Rock
The First National Bank, Fresno
The First National Bank, Osborne
The First National Bank, Buffalo
The Old National Bank, Centraiia
The Fulton County National Bank, Gloversville
The Tiffin National Bank, Tiffin
The Citizens' National Bank, Darlington
The First National Bank, Salem
The National Bank, Battle Creek
The Boyle National Bank, Danville
The First National Bank, Coffeyville
The First National Bank, Sibley
The German National Bank, Little Rock
The First National Bank, Earlville.
The Aberdeen National Bank, Aberdeen
The First National Bank, Traverse City
The Knox National Bank, Mount Vernon
The First National Bank, Jackson
The Exchange National Bank, Seneca Falls
The First National Bank, Fort Edward
The Merchants' National Bank, Middletown
The National Bank, Houghton
The Franklin National Bank, Franklin
The First National Bank, Emmetsburg
The Elizabethtown National Bank, Elizabeth town
The First National Bank, Flint
The West Point National Bank, Westpoint
The First National Bank, Ord
The Winneld National Bank, Winneld
The First National Bank, Athens
The First National Bank, Auburn
The Glover National Bank, San Marcos
The People's National Bank, Claly Center
The Norfolk National Bank, Norfolk
The First National Bank, San Marcos
The First National Bank, Great Bend
The First National Bank, Riverside
The Citizens' National Bank, Watertown
The Western Reserve National Bank, Warren
The Miami County National Bank, Paola
The First National Bank, Beaver Falls
The First National Bank, Stanton
The St. Johns National Bank, St. Johns
The First National Bank, North Yakiraa
The American Exchange National Bank, Detroit
The North Attleborough National Bank, North Attleboro .
The Northern National Bank, Lancaster
The Norfolk National Bank, Norfolk
The First National Bank, West Point
The Lincoln National Bank, Lincoln


3286
3293
3292
3296
3316
3300
3321
3319
3299
3303
3312
3315
3308
3309
3314
3317
3324
3320
3318
3323
3326
3325
3328
3332
3329
3330
3333
3334
3338
3337
3335
33'ol
3340
3339
3*51
3311
3343
3314
3345
3347
3346
3363
3318
3349
3362
3350
3356
8864
3378
:3855
3357
3365
3367
3368
3370
3369

State.

Wis...
Colo ..
Ohio.
Mich .
Iowa .
Md . . .
Ill .
...do.
Ohio
Tex ..
...do.
Ind.
do.
Iowa .
111.
N. Y . .
Ohio..
N. Y ..
Tex
Mich ..
Nebr ..
111.
Mich
Ark
Cal .
Kans ..
Wyo...
111.
N.Y...
Ohio.
Wis.
N. Y.
Mich
Ky
Kans ..
Iowa ..
rk....
Ill .
S. Dak .
Mich ..
Ohio...
Miss .
N.Y.
.do.
...do..
Mich ..
Ind.
Iowa .
Pa
Mich .
Nebr ..
do
Kans .
Tenn ..
Nebr ..
Tex
Kans ..
Nebr ..
Tex . . .
Kans..
Cal
S. Dak .
Ohio...
Kans ..
Pa.
Nebr .
Mich .
Wash.
Mich .
Mans.
Pa .
Ya...
Nebr
111...

Date of
expira- Capital.
tion.
1904.
Nov. 12
Nov. 15
.do
Nov. 22
Nov. 24
Dec. 1
Dec. 5
Dec. 9
Dec. 10
do
...do...
Dec. 20
Dec. 22
...do...
Dec. 23
.do.
Dec. 24
Dec. 30
1905.
Jan. 2
...do...
Jan. 8
Jan. 12
Jan. 13
Jan. 24
Jan. 27
Jan. 28
Jan. 29
Jan. 31
Feb. 2
Feb. 4
Feb. 7
Feb. 13
....do...
Feb. 19
Feb. 23
Feb. 25
Mar. 2
Mar. 3
do
Mar. 7
Mar. 10
Mar. 14
Mar. 24
Mar. 26
Mar. 30
Apr. 7
Apr. 8
Apr. 10
Apr. 16
Apr. 17
Apr. 22
May 1
May 6
May 7
May 12
.do
May 13
...do..
May 16
...do..
May 22
do
May 26
May 28
June 2
June 5
June 8
June 11
June 13
June 18
June 19
June 26
June 29
July 1

$50,0C0
5C0,000
600,000
65,000
100,000
60,000
60,000
100,000
60,000
150,000
100,000
350,000
500,000
50,000
100,000
300,000
100,000
150,000
100,000
500,000
50,000
550,000
100,000
300,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
80,000
150,000
250,000
50,000
50,000
150,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
300,000
50,000
100,000
50, 000
50, 000
100,000
100,000
75, 000
100, 000
150,000
100,000
80,000
100, 000
150,000
50, 000
70,000
50,000
75,000
50,000
50,000
75,000
100,000
80,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
150, 000
50, 000
50,000
50,000
400, 000
100,000
125, 000
400, 000
50,000
100,000

REPORT OF THE COMPTBOLLEK OF THE CURRENCY.
No.

89

15.—NATIONAL BANKS THE CORPORATE EXISTENCE OF WHICH WILL
DURING THE YEAR ENDING OCTOBER 31, 1905, ETC.—Continued.

EXPIRE

Title.

3385
3372
3389
3376
3375
3387
3381
3374
3371
3383
3377
3379
3380
3395
3393
3392
3397
3391
3396
3399
3400
3403
3409
3405
3404
3406
3421
3417
3407
3411

The First National Bank, Anthony
The Camdeii National Bank, Camden.
The National Bank, Raleigh
The First National Bank, Paris.
The First National Bank, White Sulphur Springs
The Moorestown National Bank, Moorestown
The Citizens' National Bank, Danville
The First National Bank, St. Marys
The Ninth National Bank, Philadelphia
The Citizens' National Bank, Washington
The First National Bank, Abingdon
The First National Bank, McCook.
The First National Bank, Grant City
The Central National Bank, Wilmington
The Minnehaha National Bank, Sioux Falls
The First National Bank, Wayne
The First National Bank, Devils Lake
The First National Bank, Waupun
The Grundy County National Bank, Grundy Center
The First National Bank, McMinnville
*.
The First National Bank, Hillsboro
The First National Bank, Greenwood
The Traders' National Bank, Spokane
The Capital National Bank, Salem
The Citizens' National Bank, Newport
The National Bank, Savannah
The National Bank, Abbeville
The Pacific National Bank, Tacoma
The John Weedman National Bank, Farmer City
The Hillsboro National Bank, Hillsboro
".
Total number of banks .
Total capital




Date of
expira- Capital.
tion. !
1905.
Kans . July 9
$50,000
N.J...
July 13
100,000
N.C .. July 15
225,000
July 16
Ill .
108,000
i Mont • July 23
100, 000
. do
50,000
N.J.
July 24
100, 000
I Kans
July 29
50,000
I Pa ...
July 31
300,000
| do
Aug. 3
200,000
Aug. 5
75,000
Nebr .. Aug. 6
50,000
Aug. 10
Mo
25,000
Del
210,000
•....do...
S. Dak . Aug. 17
100,000
Nebr
75,000
Aug. 25
\ N. D ik Aug. 31
50,000
Wis... : Sept. 1
50,000
Iowa . Sept. 16
50,000
I Oreg.. Sept. 18 i 50,000
j N. Dak Sept. 21
50, 000
Nebr . Sept. 24
25,000
Wash . Sept. 30
200,000
Oreg.. Oct. "
75, 000
j N. H .. Oct.
50,000
j Ga
Oct.
250,000
S. C
Oct.
75,000
200,000
Wash . : Oct.
75,000
Ill .
i Oct.
N.Dak.. Oct. 2;

50,000

104
, 813,123,000

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

No. 16.—NATIONAL BANKS THE CORPORATE EXISTENCE OF WHICH WILL E X P I R E DURING
THE Y E A R ENDING OCTOBER 31, 1905, WITH DATE OF EXPIRATION, ETC., THE CHARTERS OF WHICH MAY BE REEXTENDED UNDER THE ACT OF JULY 12, 1882, AS
AMENDED A P R I L 12, 1902.

Title.

The Union National Bank, Philadelphia
The Doylestown National Bank, Doylestown
The First National Bank, Maiden
The Essex National Bank, Haverhill
; The First National Bank, South Weymouth
| The Rutland County National Bank, Rutland
; The Tradesmen's National Bank, Philadelphia
| The Second National Bank, Erie
; The First National Bank, Carbondale
The First National Bank, Provincetown
850 The First National Bank, Washington
580 The Harrisburg National Bank, Harrisburg
Te Fst
718 The First National Bank, Covington
616 ! The Warren National Bank, Peabody
596 ; The People's National Bank of Roxbury, Boston
587 The National Bank of New Jersey, New Brunswick
615 j The National Rockland Bank of Roxbury, Boston
597 ! The Farmers' National Bank, Lancaster '.
608 The National Bank of Pottstown .
614 The Lechmere National Bank, East Cambridge
65'7 The First National Bank, Mount Joy
>
596 The Claremont National Bank, Claremont
598 The Farmers' National Bank, Malone
602 The Bank of North America, Philadelphia
611 The Gettysburg National Bank, Gettysburg
603 The New England National Bank, Boston
604 The York National Bank, York
592 The Girard National Bank, Philadelphia
593 The National Bank of Chambersburg
643 The Atlantic National Bank, Boston
740 The Oakland National Bank, Gardiner
644 The Honesdale National Bank, Honesdale
662 | The First National Bank, Richmond
807 \ The Commercial National Bank, Cleveland
626 The Hopkinton National Bank, Hopkinton
658 The Nassau National Bank, Brooklyn
617 The Naumkeag National Bank, Salem
645 | The Mystic River National Bank, Mystic
666 i The National Bank of Commerce, New London
669 ! The Dedham National Bank, Dedham
The Niagara County National Bank, Lockport
655 ! The Valley National Bank, Lebanon
707 , The First National Bank,, Plymouth
..
633 | The Merrimac National Bank, Haverhill
The Asiatic National Bank, Salem.
634 I "
'
* ~ * ~ *
727 The People's Bank, Pittsburg
735 The First National Bank, Stonington
635 The Bunker Hill National Bank of Charlestown, Boston
653 The First National Bank. Yonkers
The First National Bankj Aurora
628 The Ware National Bank, Ware
648 The Monongahela National Bank, Brownsville
657 The Thames National Bank, Norwich
665 The Freeman's National Bank, Boston
710 The First National Bank, Mimu apolis
712 The Cape Cod National Bank, Harwich
641 The Columbia National Bank, Columbia
649 The Miners' National Bank, Pottsville
717 The Farmers' National Bank of Bucks County, Bristol
723 The Central National Bank, Philadelphia
782 The Marine National Bank, Bath
676 The National Grand Bank, Marblehead
708 The Millers River National Bank, Athol
789 The Newton National Bank, Newton
:
651 The First National Bank, Alexandria
The Lebanon National Bank, Lebanc n
659 The Fallkill National Bank, Poughkeepsie
663 The Neponset National Bank, Canton
681 T h e National B a n k of Fayette County, Uniontown
684 The Blue Hill National Bank, Milton
685 The Farmers' Deposit National Bank, Pittsburg
694 The York County National B a n k , York
656 The Western National Bank, P h i l a d e l p h i a
697 T h e National City Bank, L y n n
800 , T h e Farmers' National Bank,, Mansfield
801 I T h e First National Bank, West Winfield
563
573
58S
589
618
820
570
606
664




State.

Pa

do . . .
Mass
do . . .
do . . .
| Vt.
j Pa
!
do . . .
!... .do
Mass
N. J
| Pa .
y
Mass
....do...
N.J
Mass
Pa.
.do.
Mass
Pa
N.H....
N. Y
Pa
do . . .
Mass . . .
Pa
do . . .
do . . .
! Mass . . .
I Me
! Pa
j Me
Ohio
j Mass . . .
IN.Y
j Mass . . .
Conn . . .
do . . .
i Mass . . .
N. Y
\ Pa ..
do
Mass
....do.
Pa....
Conn .
Mass.
N.Y....
Ind
Mass
Pa
Conn . . .
Mass
Minn . . .
' Mass
j Pa
!... .do . . .
;
do . . .
|
do . . .
| Me
I Mass....
!
do . . .
\
do . . .
Va
Pa
! N. Y
j Mass
Pa.
Mass
Pa....
.do.
.do.
Mass
Ohio
N.Y....

Date of
expiration.

Capital.

1904.
Nov. 1
Nov. 2
Nov. 5
Nov. 7
....do...
Nov. 8
Nov. 9
Nov. 14
do
...do...
...do...
Nov. 16
Nov. 17
Nov. 18
Nov. 19
Nov. 21
...do...
Nov. 22
.do.
...do...
...do...
Nov. 23
do
...do...
Nov. 24
Nov. 25
.do...
Nov.
...do...
...do...
...do...
Dec. 1
...do..
do
Dec. 2
...do...
Dec. 3
Dec. 5
...do...
...do...
Dec. 6
do
Dec. 7
Dec. 8
...do.
do
do
Dec. 9
do...
do
Dec. 10
...do...
...do...
Dec. 12
...do...
...do...
Dec. 13
....do...
....do...
....do...
Dec. 14
Dec. 15
...do...
do ...
Dec. 17
....do...
Dec. 19
....do...
.do
...do..
...do..
do
Dec. 20
...do..
...do..
....do...

8500,0J0
105,000
100, 000
100,000
100,000
300,000
500,000
300,000
110,000
100,000
100,000
3 )0, 000
300,000
250,000
300,000
250, 000
300,000
450,000
300,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
150,000
1,000,000
145,150
1,000,000
500,000
2,000,000
130,000
750, 000
50, 000
150, 000
50,000
1, 500,000
50, 000
300,000
500,000
100,000
300, 000
300,000
150,000
100, (0J
100,000
240,000
200,000
1,000,000
200,000
500,000
150, 000
200,000
300,000
100,000
1,000,000
500,000
2,000,000
200,000
300,000
500,000
92,220
750,000
100,000
120,000
150,000
200,000
100,000
200,000
200,000
100,000
100,000
200,000
800,000
300,000
400,000
200,000
150,000
50,000

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No. 16.—NATIONAL BANKS THE CORPORATE EXISTENCE OF WHICH WILL EXPIRE DURING

THE YEAR ENDING OCTOBER 31, 1905, ETC.—Continued.

Title.

661
670'
702
709
713
674
691
748
779
695
923
747
688
706
711
792
693
716
725
683
731
743
757
772
704
714
726
761
696
705
732
742
870
949

The Downington National Bank, Downington
The Phoenix National Bank, Hartford
The Rollstone National Bank, Fitchburg
The First National Bank, Litchfield
The Commercial National Bank, Chicago
The National Bank of Phoenixville .
The Mercantile National Bank, Salem
The First National Bank, Montpelier
The Plymouth National Bank, Plymouth
The Second National Bank, J ersey City
The First National Bank, Brooklyn ..."
The First National Bank, New Windsor .
The Waltham National Bank, Waltham
The First National Bank, Amenia
The Milton National Bank, Milton
The First National Bank, Waterloo
The National Union Bank, Reading
The Mount Vernon National Bank, Boston
The Second National Bank, St. Paul
The Lancaster County National Bank, Lancaster
The Charles River National Bank, Cambridge
The Mechanics' National Bank, New Bedford
The German National Bank, Pittsburg
The Fourth National Bank, Providence
The Salem National Bank, Salem
The Pacific National Bank, Nantucket
The Merchants' National Bank, Salem
The Lincoln National Bank, Bath
The Farmers' National Bank, Reading
The Union National Bank, Pittsburg
The Wyoming National Bank, Wilkesbarre
The First National Bank, Westminster
The Marine National Bank, Erie
The Geneva National Bank, Geneva

The Home National Bank, Meriden
The Oxford National Bank,Bank, Concord
The National State Capital Oxford
The First National Bank, Martinsville
The First National Bank, Newcastle
The Phenix National Bank, Providence
The First National Bank, Batavia.
The Manufacturers' National Bank, Troy
The Wyoming County National Bank, Warsaw
The Ticonic National Bank, Watervi lie
The Bristol County National Bank, Taunton
The New Albany National Bank, New Albany
The Allegheny National Bank, Pi ttsburg,
The National Bank of Oxford
The Second National Bank, Allegheny
The Delaware County National Bank, Delaware
The Merchants' National Bank, New Albany
The First National Bank, Knightstown
*
.
The Cape Ann National Bank, Gloucester
The First National Bank, Owego
The First National Bank, Red Hook
The Townsend National Bank, Townsend
The Third National Bank, Baltimore
The First National Bank, Elkhorn
The National State Bank, Burlington
The First National Bank, Charleston
The Northern National Bank, Toledo
The Wyoming National Bank, Tunkhannock
The Tibga National Bank, Owego
The Lewisburg National Bank, Lewisburg
The Aetna National Bank, Hartford
The First National Bank, Saugerties
The Mad River National Bank, Springfield
The Fairfield County National Bank, Norwaik
The Conway National Bank, Conway
The National Bank of Commerce, New York
The Rock County National Bank, Janesville
The Waterbury National Bank, Waterbury
The First National Bank, Seaford
The First National Bank, Mount Vernon
The Milford National Bank, Milford
The Whitinsville National Bank, Whitinaville
The Wamesit National Bank, Lowell


720
758
764
794
804
948
715
721
737
762
766
775
722
728
776
853
965
872
899
1019
752
805
814
873
751
763
809
835
862
745
756
1040
1146
754
895
733
749
780
795
908
866
769
781

State.

Pa.

•..

,

Conn ...
Mass
Conn ...
Ill
Pa.
Mass
Vt
Mass
N.J ....
N.Y ....
Md .
Mass
N.Y
Pa
Iowa .
Pa
Mass
Minn ...
! Pa
Mass-....
do ...
Pa
! R. I
\ Mass
! do ...
'
do ...
j Me
i Pa
I do ...
j do ...
Md
Pa
N. Y

Date of
expiration.

Capital.

1904.
Dec. 21 $100,000
. . . d o . . . 1,000,000
...do...
250, 000
...do...
100,000
. . . . d o . . . 2,000, 000
Dec. 22
200,000
200,000
...do...
200,000
... do
160,000
....do...
250,000
Dec. 23
300,000
do.
55,000
Dec. 24
150,000
Dec. 26
100,000
...do...
100,000
do
150,000
...do...
200,000
Dec. 27
200,000
Dec. 28
400,000
do.
300,000
Dec. 29
100,000
...do...
600,000
...do...
500,000
do
500,000
do
200,000
Dec. 30
100,000
...do...
200,000
do...
200,000
.do
400,020
Dec. 31
500,000
.do
150,000
do
125,000
...do..
150,000
...do..
150, 000
....do..
1905.

j Conn ... Jan. 2
400, 000
N.H.... . . . . d o . . .
200, 000
Mass
....do...
50,000
Ind
....do...
50, 000
....do... . . . . d o . . .
100, 000
....do...
R.I
450,000
Ohio.... Jan. 3
80,000
....do...
150,000
! N.Y
do
....do...
100,000
Me ..
....do...
100,000
I Mass. . . . . d o . . .
500,000
| Ind..
....do...
100,000
j Pa ...
Jan. 4
500, 000
: do
....do...
125,000
j do
Jan. 6
300,0(0
j Ohio.
.... d o . . .
100,000
i Ind..
....do...
100,000
! do
Jan. 7
50,000
| Mass.
....do...
150,000
! N. Y.
....do...
100.000
\ do
Jan. 9
150,000
' Mass.
....do...
100,000
I Md ..
....do...
500.000
| Wis..
....do...
50,000
; Iowa
Jan. 10
150,000
'ill ...
....do...
100,000
| Ohio.
....do...
300,000
I Pa ...
....do...
100,000
....do...
N.Y.
50,000
| Pa ...
Jan. 11
100,000
I Conn ... . . . . d o . . .
525,000
N. Y . . . . . d o . . .
200,000
....do...
Ohio.
300,000
200.000
Conn
Jan. 12
100,000
Mass.
do
N.Y
Jan. 13 !5,000,000
Wis
I do ... 100,000
Conn ... j do ... 500,000
De 1
i do ...
50,000
Ohio
Jan. 14
50,000
Mass....! Jan. 16
250,000
100,000
....do...j Jan. 17
> do ...'
do ... 250,000

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REPORT

OF THE COMPTROLLER

OF THE CURRENCY.

No. 1(3.—NATIONAL BANKS THE CORPORATE EXISTENCE OF WHICH WILL EXPIRE DURING
THE YEAR ENDING OCTOBER 31, 1905, ETC.—Continued.

Title.

746
7*50
770
869
829
871
970
786
844
1103
785
831
1105
774
819
845
828
833
791
799
867
i7
824
886
822
784
880
898
968
1033
839
841
913
956
796
955
808
1032
806
823
858
810
832
855
1142
877
887
906
857
879
911
912
1061
1034
1054
1177
8oO
863
890
892
935
975
883
953
864
1020
888
942
946
1070
847
1298
1368
840
903
916
999
922
1024

The First National Bank, Woburn
The First National Bank, Lexington
The National City Bank of Cambridge, Cambridgeport
The Merchants' National Bank, Indianapolis
The Second National Bank, Hamilton
The Merchants' National Bank, Meadville
The Citizens' National Bank, Woonsocket
The National City Bank, Cleveland
The Merchants' National Bank, Cincinnati
The National State Bank, Terre Haute
The City National Bank, Cairo
""
..
I!.!!!*.
The First National Bank, Shippensburg
The East River National Bank, New York
The First National Bank, Clarion
The First National Bank, Blooinington
The Middlesex County National Bank, Middletown
Wayne County National Bank, Wooster
The Concord National Bank, Concord
The Citizens' National Bank, Waterbury
The Merchants' National Bank, New Bediord
!The First National Bank, Blairsville
The Graf ton National Bank, Graf ton
The Genesee Valley National Bank, Geneseo
The Dover Plains National Bank, Dover
The Union National Bank, Lewisburg
The People's National Bank, Waterville
The Dayton National Bank, Dayton
The First National Bank, Fulton
The First National Bank, Morrison
The Farmers and Drovers' National Bank, Waynesburg
The Fredonia National Bank, Fredonia
The First National Bank, Champaign
The First National Bank, Jeffersonvillc
The Yale NationaL Bank, New Haven
The State of New York National Bank, Kingston
The National Bank of Lebanon
The First National Bank, Seymour
The National Market Bank of Brighton, Boston
The National Niantic Bank, Westerly
The First National Bank, Newark
The Second National Bank, Paterson
The National Granite Bank, Quiney
The County National Bank, Clearfield
The Georges National Bank, Thomaston
.^
The Keene National Bank, Keene
The Winchester National Bank, Winchester
The Lexington City National Bank, Lexington
The Montpelier National Bank, Montpelier
The Second National Bank, Titusville
The First National Bank, Barnesville
The Manheim National Bank, Manheim
The Madison National Bank, London
The First National Bank, Connersville
The First National Bank of Hopkinton, Hope Valley
The First National Bank, Mendota
The Third National Bank, Buffalo
The Citizens' National Bank, Urbana
The Thomaston National Bank, Thomaston
The Hunterdon County National Bank, Flemington
The Portsmouth National Bank, Portsmouth
The Farmers' National Bank, Ash tabula
The Winnebago National Bank, Rockford
The Newcastle National Bank, Newcastle
The Second National Bank, Parkersburg
The Pittsfield National Bank, Pittsfield
The First National Bank, Newport
The National Bank of Norwalk
The Ashuelot National Bank, Keene
The Souhegan National Bank, Milford
The Faneuil Hall National Bank, Boston
The National Bank of Schuylerville
The National Bank of Derbyline
The Belfast National Bank, Belfast
The First National Bank, Princeton
The Champaign National Bank, Urbana
The First National Bank, Maquoketa
fc
The National State Bank, Mount Pleasant
The First National Bank, Mattoon




State.

Date of
expiration.

Capital.

1905.
Mass.
$200,000
Jan. 18
400,000
....do...
Ky
100,000
Mass
....do...
Ind
. . . . d o . . . 1,000,000
100,000
Ohio.... Jan. 19
100,000
....do...
Pa
100,000
....do...
R. I
250,000
Ohio.... Jan. 20
1,400,000
do
dc
200,000
Ind
do . . .
100,000
! Ill
| Jan. 2i
f
75, 000
j Pa
do . . .
N. Y
do . . . 250,000
! Pa
> Jan. 23 100,000
Ill
225,000
do . . .
175,000
Cor. n . . . . . . . d o . . .
100,000
Jan. 24
Ohio
100,000
M ass . . . . . . . d o . . .
300,000
Conn . . . Jan. 25
Mass . . . . . . . d o . . . 1, 000, 000
....do...
Pa
80, 000
Mass . . . Jan. 26
75, 000
N. Y . . . . . . . d o . . .
150, 000
.do... Jan. 27
100, 000
Jan. 28
100, 000
I Pa
....do...
200, 000
j Me
....do...
300, 000
j Ohio
57, 500
N. Y . . . . . . . . d o . . .
do
100, 000
I 111
200, 000
j Pa
I Jan. 30
100, 000
N. Y
! do
65, 000
111.
.do.
150,000
Ind
....do...
I Conn . . . Jan. 31 500,000
150, 000
| N. Y
do . .
100,000
| N.H
j Feb. 1
100,000
j Ind
j
do . .
| Mass . . . Feb. 2
250,000
| R. I
Feb. 3
250,000
100,000
Ohio
do . .
150,000
N. J
I Feb. 4
I Mass
! do . .
150, 000
300,000
! Pa
| Feb. 6
! Me
'
do . .
110,000
j N. H
j Feb. 7
100,000
do . . . I
do . .
200,000
i Ky
! do . . . 400,000
Vt
150,000
i Pa
300,000
'.do
j Ohio
i
do . . .
100,000
j Pa..
I do
150,000
! Ohio
do . . . 120,000
j Ind
Feb. 13 100,000
100,000
j R.I
j do..
100,000
Ill
do . .
N. Y
| Feb. 14 500,000
100,000
! Ohio
{ do . .
• Me
!
do . . . 100,000
N. J
do . . . 100, 000
| Ohio
do . . . 125,000
!
do . . . !
do . . . 150,000
I 111
I Feb. 15 100,000
50,000
| Me
do
i W. Va . . j Feb. 16 156,000
25,000
! N. H . . . . . . . . d o . . .
j . . . .do . . . I Feb. 17 100,000
240,000
I Conn . . .
do . . .
150,000
j N. H . . . .
do . . .
100,000
do . . . ;i
do . .
| Ma«s
Feb. 18 1,000,000
j N. Y
do . .
50,000
150,000
i Vt..
do . .
Me . . . . . Feb. 20 100,000
105,000
Ill ,
L.. .do . .
100,000
- . . . ; Ohio
do..
50,000
i Iowa . . .
do . .
'
do ...{ Feb. 21 100,000
' 111
I
do . .
50,000

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93

No. 16.—NATIONAL BANKS THE CORPORATE EXISTENCE OF WHICH WILL E X P I R E DURING
THE Y E A R ENDING OCTOBER 31,*3905, ETC.—Continued.
*

Title.

State.

Date of
expiration.

! 1905.
1145 The Dartmouth National Bank, Hanover
N.H....J Feb. 22
1456 The Rushville National Bank, Rushville
Ind
do..
N. Y
Feb. 24
893 The First National Bank, Saratoga Springs
Me .
....do...
909 The Richmond National Bank, Richmond
N.Y
917 The National Shoe and Leather Bank, New York
....do...
111 .
1167 The Hancock County National Bank, Carthage
do...
884 The First National Bank, Gardner
Mass.... Feb. 25
924 The Metacomet National Bank, Fall River
. . . . d o . . . Feb. 27
940 The United National Bank, Troy
N.Y.... ....do...
994 The Clinton National Bank, Clinton
Iowa . . .
do . . .
Mass
I
do . . .
996 The Old Colony National Bank, Plymouth
1010 The Wisconsin National Bank, Watertown
Wis
....do...
885 The Lee National Bank, Lee
Mass
I Mar. 1
Mich . . . !
do...
1256 The First National Bank, Coruima
Conn . . . j Mar. 2
1013 The First National Bank, Portland
1017 The Milwaukee National Bank of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Wis
!....do...
N.J
| Mar. 3
876 The Merchants' National Bank, Newton
926 The First National Bank of Birmingham, Pittsburg
Pa
do . . .
1059 The Manchester National Bank, Manchester
N.H....!....do
Mass
i Mar. 4
947 The Machinists' National Bank, Taunton
N.Y
do
981 The Stissing National Bank, Pine Plains
Pa
I
do . . .
1081 The First National Bank, Greencastle
Ill
I Mar. 6
915 The First National Bank, Shawneetown
The Sussex National Bank, Newton
I N.J
!
do . . .
925
N.Y
do . . .
929 The National Union Bank, Kinderhook
954 The First National Bank, Ballston Spa
do . . ;
do . . .
Mass
|
do
1107 The First National Bank, Hyannis
I Md
do
1109 The National Exchange Bank, Baltimore
Me
\
do
1118 The Union National Bank, Brunswick
Conn . . .
do . .
1139 The Deep River National Bank, Deep River
Md .
1211 The Cecil National Bank, Port Deposit
.do.
Conn .
Mar.
910 The Bridgeport National Bank, Bridgeport .
111.
979 The Merchants' National Bank, Galena
.do.
Conn . . . ; Mar. „
943 The Danbury National Bank, Danbury
Mass
Mar. 9
934 The Southbridge National Bank, Southbridge
i Colo
do . . .
1016 The First National Bank, Denver
| Me
do . . .
1089 The First National Bank, Biddeford
! N. Y
Mar. 10
891 The National Park Bank, New York
j 111
: . . . .do . . .
945 The First National Bank, Waukegan
Mass
! Mar. 11
957 The Taunton National Bank, Taunton
N.Y.
.do
991 The National State Bank, Troy
Ohio.
.do.
1061 The Citizens' National Bank, Piqua
.do.
. . . . do
1092 The Farmers' National Bank, Greenville
.do.
111.
1097 The First National Bank, Belvidere
Mass
j Mar. 13
920 The Franklin County National Bank, Greenfield
932 The Mechanics' National Bank, Boston
!
do ...i
do . .
! Me
do
959 The South Berwick National Bank, South Berwick
!
-.
W. Va
do . .
961 The First National Bank, Fairmont
Me
do . .
1108 The Medomak National Bank, Waldoboro
i Vt
I Mar. 14
962 The National White River Bank, Bethel
' N. Y
do . .
976 The Putnam County National Bank, Carmel
j Ind
i
do
984 The Indiana National Bank, Indianapolis
!
do . . . j
do
1466 The Citizens' National Bank, Jeffersonville
i Ma
Mar. 15
941 The Canal National Bank, Portland
| Conn . . . . . . . d o . . .
1249 The First National Bank, New Canaan
'
do . . . Mar. 16
921 The City National Bank, Bridgeport
! Mass
....do...
969 The Beverly National Bank, Beverly
....do...
! N. Y
980 The First National Bank, Glens Falls
....do...
s Me
1060 The Casco National Bank, Portland
| Conn . . . Mar. 17
927 The Connecticut National Bank, Bridgeport
do . . . Mar. 18
928 The Pequonnock National Bank, Bridgeport
| Ohio.... . . . . d o . . .
931 The Norwalk National Bank, Norwalk
! Conn
Mar. 20
978 The National Whaling Bank, New London
! R. I . .
do
1035 The First National Bank of Smithfield, Slatersvillo
j WTis
1086 The Waukesha National Bank, Waukesha
....do...
1149 The Kingston National Bank, Kingston
.do.
j N. Y.
| Ky
1309 The Farmers' National Bank, Richmond
....do...
j N. H
1333 The Citizens' National Bank, Tilton
....do...
! Mass
960 The Prescott National Bank, Lowell
Mar. 21
| N. Y
....do...
963 The Union National Bank, Troy
j R. I
....do...
1007 The Mechanics' National Bank, Providence
....do...
! Md
1138 The Central National Bank, Frederick
Ky
Mar. 22
995 The Clark County National Bank, Winchester
....do...
j N." Y
1027 The Lyons National Bank, Lyons
....do...
• N. H
1052 The New Hampshire National Bank, Portsmouth
....do...
1053 The First National Bank of Susquehanna Depot, Susquenarma.. I Pa
I N. Y . . . . ....do...
1104 The Traders' National Bank, Rochester
! — d o . . . Mar. 23
992 The Mutual National Bank, Troy




Capital.

$50,000
100,000
125,000
96,000
1,000,000
50,000
150,000
500,000
240,000
60,000
250,000
50, 000
100,000
50, 000
100,000
450,000
100,000
100,000
150,000
200,000
45, 000
100,000
50", 000
200,000
200,000
100,000
100,000
1,000,000
50,000
150,000
100,000
215,850
100,000
218,000
100,000
1,000,000
100,000
3,000,000
50,000
600, 000
250,000
150, 000
84,000
75,000
200, 000
250, 000
100, 000
100,000
50, 000
100, 000
100,000
1, 000, 000
100,000
600,000
100,000
250,000
200,000
136, 400
800,000
332,100
200, 000
100, 000
150,000
100,000
150,000
150,000
150,000
70,000
300,000
300,000
500,000
120,000
200,000
60,000
100,000
100,000
250, Q00
250,000

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KEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

No. 16.—NATIONAL BANKS THE CORPORATE EXISTENCE OF WHICH WILL EXPIRE DURING

THE YEAR ENDING OCTOBER 31, 19,05, ETC.—Continued.

Title.

1003
K06
1066
1174
964
1069
1098
973
985
997
1018
1132
986
988
1039
1150
990
1022
1023
1050
1114
1135
1193
1005
1015
1042
982
1021
1025
1068
1153
1055
1056
1130
1246
1012
1028
1037
1116
1011
1073
1195
1038
1047
1077
1083
1090
1091
1179
1183
1057
1079
1242
1493
1014
1085
1096
1158
1186
1188
1120
1049
1136
1151
1154
1269
1067
1144
1080
1133
1078
1082
1168
1212
1170
11.13
1093
1106

The National Exchange Bank, Milwaukee
The Fiqua National Bank, Piqua
The First National Bank, Columbus
The Gardiner National Bank, Gardiner
The Market and Fulton National Bank, New York
National Metropolitan Citizens' Bank, Washington
The Birmingham National Bank, Derby
The Farmers' National Bank, Salem
The National Union Bank, Boston
The Newport National Bank, Newport
The Northampton National Bank, Northampton
The City National Bank, Dan bury
The Appleton National Bank, Lowell
The Chicopee National Bank, Springfield
The National Exchange Bank, Lockport
The Ashaway National Bank, Ashaway
The Farmers' National Bank, Hudson
The Blackstone National Bank, Uxbridge
The Merchants' National Bank, Portland
The National Ulster County Bank, Kingston
The Clinton National Bank, Clinton
The Mechanics' National Bank, Worcester
The First National Bank, New Milford
The Monument National Bank of Charlestown, Boston
The Old Boston National Bank, Boston
The First National Bank, Pittsfield
The John Hancock National Bank, Springfield
The First National Bank, Newport
The Rockingham National Bank, Portsmouth
The First National Bank, New Richmond
The First National Bank, Manchester
The Agawam National Bank, Springfield
The First National Bank, Chicopee
The National Mohawk Valley Bank, Mohawk
The Hadley Falls National Bank, Hoi yoke
The Central National Bank, Troy
The State National Bank, Boston
The New London City National Bank, New London
The New York County National Bank, New York
The Ocean National Bank, Newburyport
The Quinsigamond National Bank, Worcester
The National Bank of Middlebury
The Stamford National Bank, Stamford
The Merchants' National Bank, Newburyport
The Fitchburg National Bank, Fitchburg
The First National Bank, Groton
The Oneida Valley National Bank, Oneida
The National Hudson River Bank, Hudson
The First National Bank, Peterboro
The Somersworth National Bank, Somersworth
The Exchange National Bank, Pittsburg
The Bucksport National Bank, Bucksport
The Monadnock National Bank, East Jaffrey
The National Bank of Lancaster
The Bay State National Bank, Lawrence
The National Bank of Wrentham
The Belvidere National Bank, Belvidere
The National Landholders' Bank, Kingston
The Pluguenot National Bank, New Paltz
The First National Bank, Morristown
The Rondout National Bank, Kingston
The Powow River National Bank, Amesbury
The National Central bank, Cherry Valley
The Old National Bank, Providence
The First National Bank, Ottawa
The National Bank of Pawling
The Mercantile National Bank, New York
The Shelburne Fails National Bank, Shelburne Falls
The Merchants' Exchange National Bank, New York
The Woodstock National Bank, Woodstock
The Danville National Bank, Danville
The Agricultural National Bank, Pittsfield
The Farmers' National Bank of New Jersey, Mount Holly
The National Mohawk River Bank, Fonda
The Housatonic National Bank, Stockbridge
The National Iron Bank, Morristown
The Ansonia National Bank, Ansonia
The Highland National Bank, Newburgh




State.

Wis...
Ohio..
Ind.
Me . . .
N. Y..
D. C .
Conn .
Ohio..
Mass.
Del...
Mass..
Conn .
Mass..
...do.
N. Y.
R. I...
N.Y ..

Mass..
Me .
N.Y..
N.J.
Mass..
Conn .
Mass.
...do.
Ill . . . .
Mass..
R.I.
N. H . .
Ohio..
N. H.
Mass..
...do.
N. Y.
Mass.
N.Y.
Mass.
Conn .
N.Y ..
Mass.
do.
Vt....
Conn .
Mass.
...do.
N. Y ..
...do.
do.
N.H..
do.
Pa.
Me....
N.H..
Ky.
Mass..
do.
N.J.
R.I...
N.Y..
N.J.
N.Y ..
Mass..
N.Y .
R. I . . .
111....
N.Y.
do.
Mass..
N.Y .
Vt....
Pa....
Mass..
N.J..
N.Y ..
Mass..
N.J...
Conn .
N.Y ..

Date of
expiration.

Capital.

1905.
Mar. 23 $500,000
....do...
200,000
do
100,000
....do...
50,000
Mar. 24 1,000,000
do
800,000
....do...
300,000
Mar. 25
200,000
do
1,000,000
....do...
75,000
....do...
200,000
do
250,000

Mar. 27
300,000
400,000
....do...
150,000
do
100,000
....do...
200,000
Mar. 28
100,000
do
300, 000
....do...
150,000
....do...
50, 000
do
200,000
....do...
125,000
....do...
150,000
Mar. 29
900,000
....do...
100,000
do
250,000
Mar. 30
120,000
do
100,000
Apr. 1
80,000
do...
150,000
do
300,000
Apr. 3
150, 000
do
100,000
.do.
200,000
.do.
200,000
Apr. 4
2,000,000
.do
100,000
....do...
....do...
200, 000
Apr. 5
150,000
do
250,000
200.000
.do.
Apr. 6
202,020
do .
120,000
....do...
250,000
....do...
100,000
do
105,000
.do.
125,000
.do.
100,000
.do.
100,000
Apr. 8 1,200,000
....do ...
50, 000
do...
75,000
50,000
....do
375,000
Apr. 10
52,500
....do
100, 000
...do...
105,000
...do...
100,000
...do...
100,000
.do
100, 000
Apr. 11
100, 000
Apr. 12
50,000
Apr. 13
500, 000
do ...
100, 000
...do...
100,000
...do...
Apr. 15 3,000,000
do...
100,000
Apr. 17
600, 000
150, 000
do...
200,000
Apr. 18
200,000
do
200,000
....do...
100,000
....do...
200,000
Apr. 19
200,000
Apr. 20
200,000
Apr. 22
200,000
do...

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95

No. 16.—NATIONAL BANKS THE CORPORATE EXISTENCE OF WHICH WILL EXPIRE DURING

THE YEAR ENDING OCTOBER 31, 1905, ETC.—Continued.

Title.

1122
Ull
1119
1131
1143
1129
1162
1197
1184
1194
1314
1157
1226
1315
1125
1156
1180
1182
1213
1274
1330
1148
1263
1431
1163
1171
1207
1264
1166
1189
1210
1576
1190
1284
1308
1260
1128
1165
1187
1237
1655
1172
1209
1471
1475
1281
1392
1203
1217
1219
1257
1198
1303
1357
1430
1178
1364
1181
1201
1214
1253
1320
1367
1191
1199
1239
1259
1275
1334
1503
1228
1360
1459
1222
1233
1326
1221

State

Date of
expiration.

Capital.

1905.
N. Y ....! Apr. 22
The Canajoharie National Bank, Canajoharie
$50,000
Va
| Apr. 24
The First National Bank, Richmond
600,000
The Hingham National Bank, Hingham
Mass
do ...
100, 000
R.I
do... 1,000,000
The Merchants' National Bank, Providence
The Cuba National Bank, Cuba
N . Y . . . . ....do...
100,000
The Andover National Bank, Andover
Mass
i Apr. 25
125.000
The Gloucester National Bank, Gloucester
do
do ...
300,000
250,000
Vt
do...
The Merchants' National Bank, Burlington
310,000
The New Britain National Bank, New Britain
Conn ... Apr. 26
....do...
50,000
The Rockport National Bank, Rockport
Mass
The Clinton National Bank, Clinton
I Conn ... Apr. 27
75,000
Apr. 29
The First National Bank, Rhinebeck
N. Y
125, 000
The Mohawk National Bank, Schenectady
I do ...
do..
100,000
The Pejepscot National Bank, Brunswick
j Me
do ...
50,000
The National Bank of Virginia, Richmond
I Va
May 1
500,000
The National Bank of Lawrence County, Newcastle
Pa
do ..
150,000
The First National Bank, Somersworth
N. H
do ... 100,000
250,000
The Hudson County National Bank, Jersey City
N. J
I do...
The Quassaick National Bank, Newburgh
*
.
; N. Y
do ... 300,000
The Martha's Vineyard National Bank, Edgartown
Mass
do ..
50,000
The New Market National Bank, New Market
N. H
|
do ..
50,000
I The Montgomery National Bank, Norristown
Pa
[May 2
200,000
The First National Bank, Shelbyville
Incl
do ..
100.000
The First National Bank, Hagerstown
Md
do ..
100,000
The Lamoille County National Bank, Hyde Park
Vt
May 3
100,000
The First National Bank, Easton
Pa
do..
400,000
200,000
The Franklin National Bank, Franklin
Mass
j do ..
100,000
The National Bank of Vernon
| N. Y
j do ..
100,000
The Sherburne National Bank, Sherburne
j do ...1j May 4
200,000
The City National Bank, Binghnmton
do...
do ..
500,000
The Adams National Bank, North Adams
j Mass
j do ..
The Caledonia National Bank, Danville
Vt
do ... 100,000
200,010
The National Bank of Wilmington and Brandy wine, Wilmington. Del
j May 5
100,000
The Centreville National Bank of Warwick, Centerville
i R. I
! do ..
800,000
The Utica City National Bank, Utica
N. Y
do ..
300,000
The Pittsfield National Bank, Pittsfield
j Mass
! May 6
350,000
The Merchants' National Bank, New Haven
j Conn ... ! May 8
600,000
The American National Bank, Hartford
; do ...
do ...
100,000
The Uncas National Bank, Norwich
; do
do ..
The First National Bank, Sunbury
j Pa
do ... 200,000
The National Bank of Newport, New York
j N. Y
do ...
50,000
The Ross County National Bank, Chillicothe
; Ohio
; May 9
150,000
The National State Bank, Camden
j N. J
do ... 260,000
The Farmers' National Bank, Virginia
| 111
do ...
50,000
The First National Bank, Fairfield
j Iowa ...
do ..
100,000
The New Castle County National Bank, Odessa
: Del
j May 10
75,000
The Oneida National Bank, Utica
N. Y
j do ..
500, 000
The National Mahaiwe Bank, Great Barrington
Mass
May 11
200,000
The Essex County National Bank, Newark
• N. J
i do.. 1,000,000
The First National Bank, Tamaqua
i Pa
' do..
ioo;ooo
The National Spraker Bank, Canajoharie
j N. Y
[ do ..
100,000
The Tanners' National Bank, Catskill
; do ... j May 12
150,000
The Commercial and Farmers' National Bank, Baltimore
I Md
|
do ..
300, 000
The Irving National Bank, New York
j N. Y
I do ..
The Vermont National Bank, Brattleboro
'• Vt
! do ... 1,000,000
200,000
The Citizens' National Bank, Fulton
j N. Y
May 13
125,000
The National Bank of Vergennes
Vt
do ...
150,000
The Citizens' National Bank, Middletown
! Del
j May 15
80,000
The Central National Bank, Lynn
j Mass
! do ...
200,000
The National Iron Bank, Falls Village
| Conn . . .
do ...
100, 000
The Ballston Spa National Bank, Ballston Spa
j N.Y
do...
100,000
The Falmouth National Bank, Falmouth
Mass
j do ...
100,000
The Hampden National Bank, Westfleld
I do ...i
do...
150,000
The Burlington County National Bank, Medford
I N.J
May 16
The First National Bank, Woodbury
| do
do ... 100,000
100,000
The Phillipsburg National Bank, Phillipsburg
do ...
do ...
The Hackettstown National Bank, Hackettstown
do ... j do ... 200,000
The Cambridge Valley National Bank, Cambridge
I N.Y
do ... 150,000
50,000
The National Hamilton Bank, Hamilton
i do ...
do ..
110,000
The National Union Bank, Monticello
j do ... i do ..
50, 000
The Cambridgeport National Bank of Cambridge, Cambridgeport. Mass... May 17
100,000
The Windham County National Bank of Danielsonville, Dan- Conn .. ...do...
50,000
ielson.
The Union National Bank, Frenchtown
N.J
May 18
75,000
The Mechanics' National Bank, Burlington .
do.
May 19
100,000
The Easton National Bank, Easton
Pa .... ....do...
500,000
The Salem National Banking Company, Salem.
150,000
N.J... ....do...
The Farmers' National Bank, Sussex
100,000
Mav 20
...do.
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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

No. 16.—NATIONAL BANKS THE CORPORATE EXISTENCE OF WHICH WILL E X P I R E DURING
THE Y E A R ENDING OCTOBER 31, 1905, ETC.—Continued.

b°

Title.

The Salt Springs National Bank, Syracuse
The National Bank of Newbury, Wells River
The Ocean National Bank, Kennebunk
The Northborough National Bank, Northboro
The Indian Head National Bank, Nashua
The Delaware National Bank, Delhi
The Farmers' National Bank, Amsterdam
The National Black River Bank, Proctorsville
The Merchants National Bank, Bangor
The National Bank of Methuen
The Middletown National Bank, Middletown
The Importers and Traders' National Hank, New York
The Hocking Valley National Bank, Lancaster
The Farmers and Mechanics' National Bank, Frederick
The Delaware City National Bank, Delaware City
The Farmers' National Bank, Annapolis
The National Bank of West Troy
The National Bank of Elkton
The National Bank of Cohoes
The National Tradesmen's Bank, New Haven
The National New Haven Bank, New Haven
The Millville National Bank, Millville
The Mechanics' National Bank, New York
The Glens Falls National Bank, Glens Falls
The Otoe County National Bank, Nebraska City
The New Haven County National Bank, New Haven
The New York State National Bank, Albany
The Mechanics' National Bank, Trenton
The Old Lowell National Bank, Lowell
The National Bank of Commerce, Providence
The First National Bank, Rome
The First National Bank, Paw Paw
The Coldwater National Bank, Cold water
The First National Bank, Amsterdam
The Calais National Bank, Calais
The Lambertville National Bank, Lambertviile
The National Commercial Bank, Albany
The Merchants' National Bank, Syracuse
The National Union Bank, Woonsbcket
The Genesee River National Bank, Mount Morris
The Mount Holly National Bank, Mount Holly
The First National Bank, Council Bluffs
The National Newark Banking Company, Newark
The National Butchers and Drovers' Bank, New York
The Farmers and Manufacturers' National Bank, Poughkeepsie.
The Blackstone Canal National Bank, Providence
The North Granville National Bank, North Granville
The Catskill National Bank, Catskill
The Providence National Bank, Providence
The National Bank of Coxsackie
The First National Bank of Henry
"The Citizens' Central National Bank, New'York
The Chester National Bank, Chester
The National Bank of Waterville
The American National Bank, Providence
The Merchants' National Bank, Baltimore
The National Exchange Bank, Providence
The Meriden National Bank, Meriden
The Bank of New York National Banking Association, New York.
The Allentown National Bank, Allentown
The Cumberland National Bank, Bridgeton
The First National Bank, Utica
The Union National Bank, Massillon
The Merchants' National Bank, Poughkeepsie
The National Exchange Bank, Greenville
....
The Union National Bank, Westminster
The Farmers and Merchants' National Bank, Baltimore
The National Bank, Norwich
The First National Bank, Elgin
The Citizens' National Bank, Baltimore
The First National Bank, Winterset
The National Bank of Bellows Falls
The Orange National Bank, Orange
The Farmers and Mechanics' National Bank, Hartford
The Gallatin National Bank, New York
The Western National Bank, Baltimore
The Hartford National Bank, Hartford
The Cayuga County National Bank, Auburn


1287
1406
1254
1279
1310
1323
1335
1383
1437
1485
1216
1231
1241
1267
1332
1244
1265
1236
1347
1202
1243
1270
1250
.1293
1117
J J45
1262
1827
1329
1306
1414
1521
1235
1307
1425
1272
1301
1342
1409
1416
1356
1479
1316
1261
1312
1328
1348
1294
1302
1398
1482
1290
1349
1361
1472
U3'j
i,i39
1382
1393
1322
1346
1395
1318
J380
1498
1596
1337
1354
1365
1384
1403
1653
1317
1321
1324
1325
1338
1345

State.

N.Y..
Vt....
Me .
Mass..
N.H ..
N. Y .
.do.
Vt.
Me
Mass..
Conn .
N.Y ..
Ohio..
Md ...
Del ...
Md .
N.Y
Md .
N. Y ..

Conn .
....do.
N.J...
N.Y
do.
Nebr .
Conn .
N.Y
N.J.
Mas;
R.I...
N. Y . .
Mich .
do.
N.Y.
Me
N.
N.Y . .
....do.
R.I...
N.Y
N.J...
Iowa .
N.

N. Y ..
....do.
R.I...
*N.Y .
.do.
R.I...
N.Y ..
111.
N.Y ..
....do.
....do.
R. I . . .
Md .
R.I...
Conn .
N. Y..
Pa.
N.J ..
N. Y..
Ohio..
N. Y.
R.I...
Md . . .
do.
N.Y.
Ill ....
Md ...
Iowa .
Vt....
N.J ..
Conn .
N. Y..
Md ...
Conn .
N. Y..

i

Date of
expira- Capital.
tion.

1905.
May 20 $200,000
do...
300,000
May 22
75,000
do...
100,000
100,000
....do
50, 000
.do.
200, 000
.do.
50,000
.do.
100,000
....do
100,000
....do...
369,300
May 23
.do .. 1,500, 000
....do..
60, 000
....do..
125,000
60,000
.do
ay
May 24
do
May 25

May 26
....do...
....do...
May 27
.do.
....do...
May 29
.do
....do...
....do...
....do...
.do
....do...
May 30
ay 3
.do .
....do
May 31
do...
.do
....do...
I....do...
| June 1
.do

June 2
June 3
....do...
....do...
.do
June 5
....do...
....do
....do.
June
....do.
do
....do...
June 7
do
....do...
....do...
June 9
....do
....do...
June 10
do
....do...
....do...
June 12
...do...
...do...
...do...
do
....do...
June 13
.do
...do..
...do...
...do...
...do...

251, 700
100, 000
50,000
250,000
300,000
461, 800
100,000
3,000, 000
112, 000
50,000
350,000
250,000
500,000
200,000
850. 000
100,000
100,000
100,000
125,000
100,000
100,000
500,000
180,000
150,000
50,000
100,000
200,000
1,000,000
300,000
200,000
500,000
85,000
150,000
500,000
100, 000
50,000
2,550,000
100, 400
150,000
1,000,000
1,500,000
500,000
200,000
2,000,000
1,000,000
150,000
1,000, 000
150, 000
175,000
150,000
100,000
650,000
125,000
200,000
1,000,000
50, 000
100,000
150,000
500,000
1,000,000
500,000
1,200,000
200,000

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

97

No. 16.—NATIONAL BANKS THE CORPORATE EXISTENCE OF WHICH WILL EXPIRE DURING

THE YEAR ENDING OCTOBER 31,1905, ETC.—Continued.
Title.

The Michigan National Bank, Kalamazoo
The Westchester County National Bank, Peekskill
The Frederick County National Bank, Frederick
The West Branch National Bank, Wiliiamsport
The Central National Bank, Middletown
The Flour City National. Bank, Rochester
The Orleans County National Bank, Albion
The National Bank, Auburn
The Hanover National Bank, New York
The Strafford National Bank, Dover
The Merchants' National Bank, New York
The Abington National Bank, Abington
The National Bank, Port Jarvis
The First National Bank, Hoboken
The National State Bank, Newark
The Jefferson County National Bank, Watertown
The Saco National Bank, Saco
The National Bank, Catasauqua,
The National Bank, Baltimore
The Exchange National Bank, Columbia
The Newport National Bank, Newport
The National Union Bank, Watertown
The Tompkins County National Bank, Ithaca
The Chatham National Bank, New York
The Union National Rank, Wilmington
The Waken eld National Bank, Wakefield
The Goshen National Bank, Gosh en
The National Union Bank of Maryland, Baltimore
The Windham National Bank, Willimantic
The Phenix National Bank, New York
The Merchants' National Bank, Norwich
The Frontier National Bank, Eastport
The Union National Mount Joy Bank, Mount Joy
The National Bank of Orange County, Goshen
The National Bank of Delaware, Wilmington
The National Globe Bank, Woonsocket
The National Bank of West Virginia, Wheeling
The Parkersburg National Bank, Parkersburg
The Alton National Bank, Alton
The Easton National Bank of Maryland, Easton
The Waterbury National Bank, Waterbury
The Producers' National Bank, Woonsocket
The Rockland National Bank, Rockland
The Wiliiamsport National Bank, WTilliamsport
The Farmers and Mechanics' National Bank, Westminster
The National State Bank, Elizabeth
The National Bank of Wareham
The National City Bank, Ottawa
The Manufacturers' National Bank, Brooklyn
The National Traders' Bank, Portland
The National Bank of New England, East Haddam
The First National Bank, Red Wing
The First Natiorfal Bank, Marshall
Webster and Atlas National Bank, Boston
The Aquidneck National Bank, NewTport
The National Mechanics' Bank, Baltimore
The Harrison National Bank, Cadiz
The Cumberland National Bank, Portland
The People's National Bank, Jackson
The National Branch Bank, Madison
The Chemical National Bank, New York
'•• The National Bank and Loan Company, Watertown
The American Exchange National Bank, New York
The Merchants' National Bank, Manchester
The Pnlaski National Bank, Pulaski
First National Bank of Dover
The First National Bank, Portland
The National City Bank, New York
The First National Bank, Middletown
: The First National Bank, Wiscasset
The Merchants' National Bank, Point Pleasant
i The National Bank, Newark
| The Hurlbut National Bank of Winsted, West Winsted
I The York National Bank, Saco
I The North Berwick National Bank, North Berwick
I The Merchants' National Bank of West Virginia, Clarksburg
! The Washington County National Bank, Wiliiamsport
! The Second National Bank, Cumberland

1359
1422
1449
1505
1340
1362
1509
1350
1352
3353
1370
1386
1363
1444
1452
1490
1535
1411
1432
1467
1492
1507
1561
1375
1390
1455
1408
1489
Ibl4
1374
1481
1495
1516
1399
1420
1423
1424
1427
1428
1434
1462
1421
1446
1464
1526
1436
1440
1465
1443
1451
1480
1487
1515
1527
1546 '
1413 :
1447
1511
1533
1457 |
1499
1508

1394
1520
1496
1567
1553
1461
1545
1549
1504
1536
1494
1528
1523
1530
1551
1519

 1904, P T ]
CUR


7

State.

Date of
expiration.

Capital.

1905.
Mich . . . June 13
$100,000
100,000
N. Y . . . . . . . . d o . . .
....do...
150,000
Md
....do...
200,000
Pa
150,000
Conn . . . June 14
300, 000
N . Y . . . . June 15
100,000
...do... ....do...
200,000
. . . d o . . . June 16
. . . d o . . . . . . . d o . . . 3,000,000
N. H . . . . . . . . d o . . .
100,000
N . Y . . . . June 17 2, 000,000
Mass
....do...
75,000
130,000
N . Y . . . . June 19
110,000
N.J
....do...
500,000
...do... ....do...
148,800
N.Y.... ....do...
100,000
....do...
Me
400, 000
Pa
June 20
Md
. . . . d o . . . 1,210, 700
....do...
Mo
100,000
....do...
R.I
120,000
147,440
N.Y.... ....do...
100,000
....do... ....do...
450,000
. . . . d o . . . June 21
203,175
....do...
Del
100,000
....do...
Mass
55,000
....do...
N. Y . . . .
. . . . d o . . . 1,000,000
Md
....do...
100.000
Conn . . .
N. Y . . . . June 22 1,000i 000
Conn . . . . . . . d o . . .
100,000
Me
do
100,000
100,000
Pa
....do...
110, 000
N. Y . . . . June 23
110,000
....do...
Del
100,000
do . . . |
R. I
200,000
W.Va . . . . . . d o . . .
150,000
...do... ....do...
100,000
Ill
....do...
200,000
....do . . .
Md
50,000
....do...
Vt
200,000
June 24
R.I
150,000
....do . . .
Me
100,000
do . . .
Pa
50,000
Md
....do...
350,000
N.J
June 26
100,000
Mass
....do...
100,000
, . 111
....do...
252,000
N.Y . . . . June 27
200,000
Me
....do...
32,500
Conn . . . . . . . d o . . .
100,000
Minn . . . . . . . d o . . .
100,000
Mich . . . . . . . d o . . .
Mass
. . . . d o . . . 1,000,000
200,000
R.I
....do...
Md
June 28 1,000,000
100,000
Ohio . . . . . . . d o . . .
150,000
Me
....do...
100,000
Mich
....do..
150,000
Ind
i June 29
300,000
N.Y....!....do...
100,000
do . . . |
do . . .
— do . . . | June 30 5,000,000
N.H....!....do...
150,000
N. Y . . . . I July 3
25,000
Del
| . . . . do . . .
50,000
Oreg
! July 4
500,000
N. Y . . . . | July 5 25,000,000
O h i o . . . . July 8
100,000
Me
July 14
100,000
W.Va...| July 18
100,000
!
Del
do . . .
50,000
Conn . . . ; July 19
205,000
Me
j....do...
100,000
do ...i July 20
50,000
W.Va...j July 25
100,000
Md
j July 27
1C0,000
do ...i July 29
100,000

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No. 16.—NATIONAL BANKS THE CORPORATE EXISTENCE OF WHICH WILL E X P I R E DURING
THE Y E A R ENDING OCTOBER 31, 1905, ETC.—Continued.

Title.

1543
1522
1589
1575
1558
1565
1547
1572
1587
1559
1603
1584
1577
1618
1566
1579
1582
1591
1595
1599
1602
1607
1606

The National City Bank, Brooklyn
The Lynchburg National Bank, Lynch burg
The First National Bank, Frederick
The Biddeford National Bank, Biddeford
The First National Bank, Lynchburg..
The National Exchange Bank, Newport
The First National Bank, Charlotte
The First National Bank, Harrisonburg
The First National Bank, Monroe
The Atlanta National Bank, Atlanta
The First National Bank, Clarksville
The Central National Bank, Boonville
The First National Bank, Muscatine
The Osage National Bank, Osage
The First National Bank, Galveston
The Mifflin County National Bank, Lewistown
The National Bank, Fredericksburg
The Germania National Bank, New Orleans
The First National Bank, Mobile
The First National Bank, Paducah
The National Bank, Neenah
The National Exchange Bank, Weston
The First National Bank, Chattanooga
Total number of banks
Total capital




State.

N. Y .
Va...
Md ..
Me .
Va.
R.I.
N.C ..
Va...
Mich .
Ga.
Tenn .
Mo . . .
Iowa .
do.
Tex . .
Pa....
Va....
La....
Ala...

Date of
expiration.
1905.
Aug. 1
Aug. 3
Aug. 5
Aug. 19
Aug. 21
Aug. 23
Aug. 26

Aug. 29
Sept. 2
Sept. 5
Sept. 9
Sept. 20
do
Sept. 21
Sept. 22
Sept. 26
Oct. 9
....do...
Oct. 10
Oct. 12
Wis
W. Va. Oct. 23
Tenn . . Oct. 25

Capital.

$300,000
250,000
100,000
150, 000
250, 000
100,000
300,000
80,000
50,000
500, 000
100,000
200, 000
50,000
50,000
300, 000
100, 000
50, 000
700, 000
300, 000
100,000
75,000
60,000
200, 000

643
$229,100,585

REPORT

OF THE

COMPTROLLER

OF THE

CURRENCY.

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No. 17.—AUTHORIZED CAPITAL STOCK OF THE NATIONAL BANKS ON THE FIRST DAY
OF E A C H MONTH FROM JANUARY 1, 1876, TO NOVEMBER 1, 1904, UNITED STATES
BONDS ON DEPOSIT TO SECURE CIRCULATION, CIRCULATION SECURED BY THE BONDS
ON DEPOSIT, THE AMOUNT OF LAWFUL MONEY ON DEPOSIT TO REDEEM CIRCULATION, AND NATIONAL-BANK NOTES OUTSTANDING, INCLUDING NOTES OF NATIONAL
GOLD BANKS.
Lawful
U. S. bonds
Total
m o n e y on
I N u m - Authorized on deposit to Circulation
natonal| ber of capital stock. secure circu- secured by j deposit"tore- h !\\i I?/~
i banks.
U. S. bonds, jdeemdrc-ula- f ^ n ^ ;
lation.
tion.
1876.
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
1877.
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
1878.
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
1879.
January
February
March
April
May
Tune
July
August
September
October
November
December
1880.
January
February
March .".
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

i 8511,
I

510,
509
507.
506.
505!
504.
504!
502,'
502!

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j 2,080

j

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i
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361,
356,
350,
316,
341,
311,
310,
3:\8.
337,
3J7,
338,

601,662 ^324,4^1.539
130, 462
321,3,9,615
732,1 )0
31<\ 1!3,LV.>
21(>, 350
i 12, s.">n 7SD
715,350
310, 081, 7^
163, NfSO
307,912, MS
.J9I.7-)')
305, 117, 01.i
071, S50
303.756, 27b
673. 850
302, St7,8^; '
955, 800
301.8'9, s n
727, cSOO
3)1,6^.372
261,800
301.811,917

21, (> s. v ^ i
24, K5, 7 M
27,', 7..1US
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J \ 7 . . . \ K»2
:7, ^ i .; 3
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23,0H7,O!<>
22. ~),12, 91 3
21,5SJ, 936
20, li !,671

V> 6 :7 9, 756
34 V>. ,^,529
3t-!,s ) (,73
5 0, 17 \ 094
•;^,8> l ). 912
Mo, 6i»5, "80
332,99,\/>:,o
329, 7.>, 1-15
32o,931,902
: 21, 352, 741
.I1*', 241,308
3 21,959,591

392,
335,
770,
783,
493, 821,
493, 126,
487 ,868.
221,
271
486
4 86,
48fi
486

338, 191,300
338. 885,450
338, 866,550
340, 537,600
340, 732,100
340, 415,100
338, 713,600
337 761,600
337, 684, 650
338, 002, 450
343, 048,900
345, 130,550

302,020,242 |
302,201,132
302,416,700 |
303,523,225 j
304,407,450 |
304,766,940 I
303,108,350 i
302,239,212 !
302,440,152 !
302,885,797 ]
305,094,140
308,642,795

19,575,364
18,160,486
16,728,336
16,146,363
15,386,137
14,329,272
13,940. 522
14,426,746
14,246, 546
14,438,272
13,113,091
11,988,924

321,595,606
320,361,618
319,145,036
319,669,588
319, 793,587
319,096,212
317,048,872
316,665,958
316, G8fl, 698
317, 324, 069
318,207,231
320,631, 719

485,
484,
482,
482,
481,
480,
479,
477,
477,
476,
473,
473,

346,187,550
346,302,050
346,522,550
346,336,250
347,711,850
349,166,450
349,546,400
318,880,900
349,049, 450
349,560, 650
349,408,900
3-19, 795,000

309,890,415
310,240,005
310,301,472
310,008, 832
310,826,422
312,435,402
313,020.832
312,995,592
313,154,792 i
313,159,592
312,830,797 I
313,355,839

11,782,090
11,839, 305
11,688,519
12,184 682
12,315,257
11,552,623
11,493,452
10,910,967
10,294,370
9,988,127
9,629,918
9,935,217

321,672,505
322,079,310
321,989, 991
322,193,5.14
323.141,679
323,988,085
324,514,284
323,906. 559
323,449; 162
323,147,719
322,460,715
323,291,056

471,609, 396
469,995, 856
467,778.606
465,890, 006
464,608, 206
463,223,515
462,843,515
462,822,515
462,567,515
463,117,515
462,392,515
461.842,515

349,068,000
348,939, 200
350,690,400
351,196,400
352,250,550
353,422,300
354,254,600
353,201,800
355,638,950
359,030, 500
363,802,400
365,194, 900

313,218,189
312,725,809
313,691,639
314,244,779
315,628,352
316,335,949
317:315,679
316,412, rr»o
317,534.289
320,86^,979
324,054,279
326,684,059

10, 573, 485
11,673,960
12,354,531
12.882,417
13,516,558
13,203,462
12,376,018
13.5#,(w7 i
13,258. i 9S !
13,403,201 !
13,127,139 !
13,381,719 :

323,791,674
324,399,769
326,046, 170
3/7,127,196
329,144,910
329,539,411
329, 691, 697
329,958,237
330, 792, 987
334, 272,240
337,181,418
340,065,778

461,557,515
461,715,515
462,407,585!
464,177,585
464,507,585
464,915,185
465,205,185
465,915,185
466,267, 285
466,245,085
466,590,085
467,639,085;

367,021.000
364,765,900
362,728,050
363,656, 050
363,003, 650
362,715, 050
361,652,050
361,152,050
361,113,450
359,935, 450
359,748, 950
359,808,550

328, 773, 639
326,785, 599
325,032, 790
325,425, 390
325,519, 740
325,301, 700 !
324,242, 730
323,886, 720
323, 90?,, 330
323,056, 530
322,798, 130 !
322,206, 550 i

13,613,697 i
16,945,310 \
18,604,197 i
18,959,687 !
19,410,910 |
19,882,033 !
20,262,697 I
20,266,967
20,153,448
20,848,363
21,035,977
21,500,091 i

342,387, 336
343, 730, 907
343,636,989
344,385, 077
344,930,650
345,183,733
344, 505,427
344,153,687
344,056.778
343,904, 893
343,834,107
343,706,641

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

No. 17.—AUTHORIZED CAPITAL STOCK OF THE NATIONAL BANKS ON THE FIRST DAY
OF EACH MONTH, ETC.--Continued.

Lawful
U. S. Bonds
Total
money on
NumA u t h o r i z e d on deposit to Circulation
nationaldeposit to
secured by
banks, joapital stock. secure circu- U. S. bonds. redeem cir- bank notes
lation.
culation. outstanding.

Date.

1881.
January
February . .
March
April
May
June
July
August
September .
October
November .
December..

8467,039,084
466,981, 785
466,640,185
466,890,185
467,542,685
468,557,685
: 469,382, 685
! 470,322,685
i 471,282,935
j 472,565,935
2,155 ! 466,307,335
I 467,907,335

$359,823, 550
359,811,050
050
345, 739,
351,480. 000
354,683^ 000
358,829, 900
360, 488,400
362,684, 000
364, 285,500
365, 751,500
369,608, 500
371,336, 100

$322,832,101
322,654,721
I 305,587,202
! 309,034,317
I 316,226,247
| 318,497,814
321,148,399
323,478,586
325,824, 746
326,513,546
329,180,122
331,729,532

$21,523,102 $344, 355, 203
21,895,977
344,550, 698
38,447, 716
344, 034, 918
38, 538,105
317,572,422
36, 374, 320 352,600,567
35,653, 904
354,151,718
33,894,276
355,042, 675
33,846,027
357,324,613
32.675,940
358, 000, 686
32;237,394
358, 750, 940
31,164,128
360,344, 250
30,438,878
362,168, 410

1882.
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

2,301

January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

..'

j 2,521

;

470,018,135
472,303,135
473,866, 240
475,411, 240
478,013,940
482,954,940
486,511,335
487, 803,635
487, 538, 635
489,741,635
491,591,635
493,176, 635

371, 692,100
371,270,200
370,602,700
369,900, 700
366,359, 650
364,079, 350
361,212,700
362,736,500
361,452, 350
362,043, 250
362,505, 650
362,174,250

332,398, 922
331,682,622
331,230,311
331,242,702
327,729,622
223,919,522
320,312,832
319,805,161
320,769, 739
323,487,353
324,304,343
323,820,480

30,023, 066
30,913, 792
30, 713, 969
30,383,935
33,340,677
35,955,812
38,429,202
39,017,621
39, 745,163
39,401,781
38,423,404
38,723,848

362, 421, 988
362,596, 414
361,944,287
361,626,630
361,070, 299
359,875, 334
358,742,034
358,822, 782
360,514,902
362,889,134
362,727, 747
362,544,328

492,076,635
494,199, 635
498,262,135
498,017,135
500, 269,135
505,379,135
507,208,135
510,283.135
513,543,135
515,528,135
516,608,135
516,348,135

360,531,650 | 322,386,120
359,567,450 321,626,353
358,163, 800 320,235, 601
357,20a,400 319,849,816
357,339,750 319,899,521
356,588, 600 319,013,856
356,596,500 319,249,806
357,298, 500 319,461,847
355,674,150 318,367,216
353,308,650 316,278,066
352,877,300 316,020,326
351,174,600 314,573,106

40,265,049
40,540,877
41,084,788
39,945,249
39,368,605
39,150, 326
37,565,704
36,310,284
36,222,005
37,064, 605
35,993,461
36,385.055

362,651,169
362,167, 230
361,320,389
359,795,065
359,268,126
358,164,182
356, 815, 510
355,772,130
354,589, 221
353,342, 671
352,013, 787
350,958,161

518,031,135
517,380,635
519,104, 635
521,573,635
523,348,635
525,992,165
528,784,165
580,784,165
532,274,165
532,749,165
532,554,165
531,875,165

347,538,200 310,953,321
343,475,550 307,828,001
341,533,050 306,100,465
339,116,150 303,699,075
337,618,650 302,533,855
336,257,150 30i;238,845
334,147,850 299,369,370
332,588,600 297.983,165
331,371,100 297', 136,455
329,186,000 295,375,959
325,316,300 291,849,659
320,244, 700 287,277,980

39,529,507
41,671,892
40,532,837
41,015,561
40,571,613
39,768,855
40,130,513
39, 913,971
39,495,690
40,453, 269
41,710,163
44,235,274

350,482,828
349,499,893
346,633,302
344, 714,636
343,105,468
341,007,700
339,499,833
337,897,136
336,632,145
335,829,228
333,559,813
331, 513,254

529,910,165
530.380,165
530,590,165
531,151.165
531,241,165
530,830,865
531,540,465
532,328,465
532,749,965
532,034, 965
532, 877,965
533,447,965

318,655,050 285,496,055
317,282,600 284,127, 895
315,854,500 282,772,315
315,386,850 282,336,725
315,127,450 282,434,075
313,428, 700 280,831,610
312,145,200 279,528,175
310, 225,150 277,826, 775
309,768,050 I 277,371,525
300,074.550 ! 277,149,661
308,364,550 | 276,304,189
307,544,250 I 275,821, 779

43,662, 568
42,784,663
41,888,596
39,881, 941
38,468, 630
38,032,217
39, 541, 757
39, 503,567
39,613,802
40,274,772
39,542,979
41,704,029

329,158,623
326,912,558
324,660, 911
322,218,666
320,902,705
318,863,827
319,069,932
317,330,342
316,985,327
317,424,433
315,847,168
317,525,808

1884.

January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August...
September
October
November
December

2,671

1885.
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
* November
December




2,727

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101

No. 17.—AUTHORIZED CAPITAL STOCK OF THE NATIONAL BANKS ON THE FIRST DAY
OF EACH MONTH, ETC.—Continued.
Num- Authorized U.S. bonds
ber of capital stock. on deposit to
secure circubanks.
lation.

Date.

1886.
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
1887.
January . . .
February ..
March
April
May
June
July
August
September.
October
November .
December..
January . . .
February ..
March
April
May
June
July
August
September .
October
November .
December..
January . . .
February ..
March
April
May
June
July
August
September .
October
November .
December..
1890.
January . . .
February ..
March
April
May
June
July
August
September.
October
November .
December..

Lawful
Total
Circulation money on
nationaldeposit to
secured by
bank notes
U. S. bonds. redeem cir- outstanding.
culation.

8534,378,265 $306,008, 750 8274,466,748 $42,976, 706
46,951,839
535,398,265 302,257,000 271,065,593
52,049,017
537,896,965 296,780,400 266,047,488
56,826, 227
538,652,065 289,729,650 259,405, 300
540, 414,565 285,447,950 255, 322, 541 58,555,047
61,580,662
543, 669,565 279,537, 400 250,257,632
61,922,499
545,206,565 275,974,800 247,087,961
62,151,745
549,542, 565 273,549,800 244,675,012
62,505, 757
550,252, 565 270,524,150 242,168,247
68,828,505
553,002,565 261,848,900 234,682,736
81,819,233
552,775,165 245,444,050 219,710, 656
553,855,165 234,991,800 210,525, 601, 88,781,909

„

3,061

3,151

3,319

3, 567
3,585




$317,443,454
318,017,432
318,096. 505
316,231,527
313,877,588
311,838,294
309,010,460
306,826,757
304,674,004
303,511,241
301,529,889
299,307, 510

555,865,165
557,684, 165
559, 986,665
561,321, 665
564, 346,665
571,583,665
574, 703,665
578,826,215
581,046,215
582, 683,715
583,188,715
584,203, 715

229,438,350
223,926, 650
213,639,150
206,938,000
202,446,550
200,939,100
191,966,700
189,445,800
190,096,950
189,917,100
188,828,000
187,147,000

205,316,106
200,268,346
191,004, 726
185,009,551
181,026, 016
179,309,020
171,629,341
169,303,430
169,951,385
169,931,680
169,215,067
167,863,819

91,455,875
92,806,395
98,039,485
102,114,704
103, 979,299
103,051,871
107, 588,447
107,150,847
104,313,124
102,962,170
102,826,136
102,019,176

296,771,981
293,074, 741
289,044,211
287,124,255
285,005,315
282,360,891
279,217,788
276,454,277
274,264,509
272,893,850
272,041,203
269,882, 995

584,726,915
586,505, 915
588,785,915
589,637,915
591,437,915
592,467, 915
592,852,915
594,631,915
595,313,915
596,041,015
596,796,015
597.457,315

184,444,950
182, 764, 950
182,161,700
181,863,700
182,033,450
180,005,150
178,312,650
177,438,800
176,508,850
173,280,250
170,003,350
166,796,550

165,205,724
163,833,205
163,235,505
162,743,135
162,891,912
161,134,338
159,642,657
158,874,203
158,133,712
155,365,068
152,366, 328
149,487,373

103,193,154
102, 024,952
99,492,361
97,427,882
95,692,133
94, 675,310
92,719,664
90,758,447
88,294,850
88,236,639
87,018,909
86,955,794

268,398,878
265,858,157
262,727,866
260,171,017
258,584,045
255,809, 648
252,362,321
249,632,650
246,428,562
243, 601, 707
239,385,237
236,443,167

163,480, 900
160,463,950
157,485,700
154,590,150
151,522,350
| 149,829,850
148,121,450
147,758,450
148,150,700
147,037,200
145,668,150
144,709,250

146,372,588
143,580,313
140,874, 515
138,190,798
135,375,463
133,769,313
132,244,437
131,890,777
132,101,128
131,225,172
130,207,285
129,388,116

87,287,439
85,688,716
83,520,212
83,032,333
83,320,725
81,753, 704
79,134,526
76,273,662
73,701,013
72,437,560
71,816,130
70,258,081

233,660,027
,229,269,029
224,394,727
221,226,131
218,696,188
215,523,017
211,378,963
208,164,439
205,802,141
203,662, 732
202,023,415
199,646,197

142,849,900
142,266,750
143,197,000
143,900,750
144,216,150
144,658,650
145,228, 3C0
145,434,750
143,102, 350
140,428,600
140,190, 900
140,427,400

127,742,440
126,747,030
127,410,251
128,046,801
128,920,916
128,976,526
129,767,150
129,854,561
127, 825, 431
125,430,316
124,958, 736
125,253,195

69,487,965
67,895,259
64,857,292
62,480,331
60,665,663
58,573,322
56,203,625
54,537,072
55,455,037
56,440, 709
54,796,907
53,315,181

197,230,405
194,642,289
192,267,543
190,527,132
189,586,579
187,549,848
185,970,775
184,391,633
183,280,468
181,871,025
179,755,643
178,568,376

598,2 065
599,709^ 365
600,684,365
602,404, 365
603,264,365
607,390, 365
609,670,365
612,535, 365
614,925,365
617,844,365
620,174,365
621,959,365

623,791,365
630,003, 865
632,757,865
037,372,865
638,932,865
644,587,865
646,937,865
651,367,865
652, 852,865
655,002,865
659,782,865
662,947,865

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

No. 17.—AUTHORIZED CAPITAL STOCK OF THE NATIONAL BANKS OX THE FIRST DAY
OF EACH MONTH, ETC.—Continued.

Date.

1891.
January
February .
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

Lawful
Total
money on
nationaldeposit to
bank notes
r e d e e m cir- o u t s t a n d i n g .
culation.

Number of Authorized,
banks. capital stock.

$665,267,865
666,977,865
669, 007, 865
" 671,477,865
672,197,865
673,422,865
676,247,865
681,742,865
683,125,865
684,660,865
684,755,865
685,515, 865

j 3,
3,
3,
3,
3,
3,
3,
3,
3,
3,
3,
3,

8140,510,650 $125, 660, 361 851, (>27, 485
140,720, 700 125,859,360
49,702,379
140,790,200 125,957, 235
47, 706,139
141,036,150 126,054.415
45, 750, 649
140,949,900 125,970,955
44,448, 421
141,310,150 126,267,575
42, 9119,884
142,508,900 127,221,391
40,706,183
146,089, 650 129,708,040
38, 835, 019
149,839, 200 133,790, 690
37,543,649
151, 229,100 135,093,378
36,842,328
152,950,350 136,753,837
35,430, 721
155,283, 700 138, 605, 343 34,388,264

$177,287,846
175,721,739
173,663,374
171,805,064
170, 419, 376
169, 237, 459
167,927, 574
168,543,059
171,334,339
171,935,706
172,184,558
172,993, 607

1892.
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

i 3,705
! 3,718
I 3,717
;
3,727
; 3,736
i 3, 742
3,765
3,769
3,777
3,779
3,788
3,793

685,762,265
687,332,265
688,332,265
688,923,665
689,298, 665
690,908,665
692,123,665
694,428,665
695,263,665
695, 563, 665
693,868, 665
695,308,665

157,205, 950
158,515,050
159,513,800
160,447, 300
161,352,550
162,549,050
163,190,050
163,500,550
164,012,050
164,498, 550
164,883,000
166, 511,500

140,084,203
141,435,288
142,319,978
143,355,178
143,954,506
144,680,363
145,683,023
146,132,463
146,460,033
147,191,593
147,241,063
148,010,239

32,994,382
31,770,208
30,301,897
29,174,273
28,522,069
27,818,986
27,000, 827
26,395,250
26,196,396
25, 595,167
25,191,083
25,604,632

173,078,585
173,205,496
172,621,875
172,529,451
172,476, 575
172,499,349
172,683,850
172,527, 713
172,656,429
172,786, 760
172,432,146
173, 614, 871

695,148,665
696,089,365
696,149,665
695,949,665
695, 554,665
698,454, 665
698,824,665
699,034,665
697,963,165
698,128,165
695,953,165
695,703,165

168,247,000
169,282,300
171,094,550
172,229,050
173,258,800
174,539,050
176,588,250
182,617,850
204,096,200
209,407,100
209,416,350
208, 942,100

150,526,651
151,197,221
152,887, 461
153,860,416
155,142,318
156,028,010
151,900,919
163,221,294
178,636,718
187,864,985
188,016.228
187,697,826

23,877, 773
23,194,032
22,534,927
22,234,128
21,723,296
21,136,245
20,812,773
20,533,854
20,343, 650
20,825,595
21,295, 765
21,250,279

174,404,424
174,391,253
175,422,388
176, 094,544
176, 865, 614
177,164, 255
178,713,692
183,755,148
'198,980,368
208,690,580
209,311,993
208,948,105

693,353,165
691,893,165
684,690,165
682,538,165
680,438,165
678,998,165
678,023,165
677,258,165
676,568,165
674,866,365
672,671,365
671,471,365

205,961,600
203,594, 500
202,052,350
202,933,850
201,330,250
201,251,500
201,691,750
202,268,500
202,276,950
200,953,700
199,706,200
197,349,700

185,194,522
182,887,853
181,148,710
181,666,268
180,601,247
180,613,585
180,662, 521
181,149,511
181,300,217
180,251,065
179,401,364
177,073. 359

23,344,322
24,974,254
26,330, 810
26,209,427
27,231,785
26,631,434
26,690,723
26,389,555
26,211,998
27, 220,463
28,071,239
29,612,978

208,538,844
207,862,107
207,479,520
207,875, 695
207,833, 032
207,245,019
207,353,244
•207, 539,066
207,592,215
207,471,501
207,472,603
206,686, 337

670,
669,
668,
667,
665,
065.
666
664
664,
664,
664,
664,

196,707,700
195,826,100
197,116,200
201,176,700
204,356,800
206,652,300
207,680,800
207,832, 800
209,447, 550
210,196, 550
211,717,800
212,048, 950

176,667,467
175,674,250
176,-485,063
179,847, 383
182,534,324
184,969,578
186,062,098
186,577,433
187,990,343
188,605,877
190,180,961
190,469,526

29,938,243
29,623,321
28,558,588
27,693,828
27,185,526
26,509,138
25,628,937
24,794,612
24,348,857
24,255,057
23,706,669
23,491,072

206,605, 710
205, 297,571
205,043,651
207,541,211
209,719,850
211,478, 716
211,691,035
211,372,045
212,339,200
212,860,934
213,887,630
213,960,598

i

1893.
January
February
March . *
April
May
June
July
August
September.
October
November .

December..

|
! 3,803
3,805
i 3,814
!
3,832
i 3,841
i 3,856
! 3,846
3,829
3,805
3,800
3,798
3,794

1894.

January
February ..

March
April
May
June
July
August
September.
October
November .

December..

3, 791
3,788
3,780
3,784
3,779 |
3,776
3,775
3, 775
3, 765
3,761
3,756
3,751

1895.
January
February . .
March
April
May
June
July
August
September.
October
November .
December..




748 ;
739 j
733 !
728 !
719
717
722 ;
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103

17. — AUTHORIZED CAPITAL STOCK OF THE NATIONAL BANKS ON THE FIRST DAY

OF EACH MONTH, ET<\—Continued.

Number of

Date.

banks.

U. S. b o n d s j
on deposit to | Circulation
secured by
stock
sec
F £ l ^ r c u " : u. S. bonds,
lation.

Lawful
money on
deposit to

Authorized
ca

P

ltal

redeem cirdilation.

Total national-bank
notes outstanding.

1896.
January
February . .
March
April.
May
June
July
August
September .
October
November .
December..

3, 711 $664,076,915 $212,495,100 $190,741, 850 $23,100, 813 $213,842,663
22,506, 910 i 213,496,547
3,708 663,851.915 212,655. 300 190,989, 687
195,048, 954
22,132, 963 I 217,181,917
3,704 661,946,915 217,944,950
199,723, 005
221, 316,027
21,593, 022
3,699 661,431,915 222,998,800
203,403, 239
660,496,915 226,478,550
20.786,098 ! 224,189,337
3,699
659,951,915 228,651, 800 205,215, 839
20, 072,096 I 225,287,935
3,701
205,538,929
20,461, 618 I 226,000,547
3, 698 659.106,915 228,915,950
3,693 658,376,915 229,544, 450 206,103,504 , 19, 926,538 I 226,030,042
210,293, 574
229,613,896
658,126,915 235,078,700
19, 320,322
3,689
233,639, 357
658,126, 915 238,773, 200 214,667, 694
18, 971,663
3,683
216,510, 014
658.1304, 915 241,103,350
18, 474,430 ! 234,984.444
3,679
216,609, 684
18,789, 206 I 235,398J890
3,673 657.900,915 241,272,150

1897.
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

3,668
3,654
3,648
3,635
3,627
3,621
3,619
3,617
3,614
3, 615
3,617
3, 615

i

1898.
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

611 j
602 I
596 i
594 |
590 !
588 !
590 I
589 I
589 i
592 |
598 j
594 :

1899.
January
February . .
March
April
May
June
July
August
September.
October
November .
December..

3,590
3.585
3,589
3,583
3.586 ,
3,585 i
3,589 |
3,594 !
3,597 !
3,596 i
3,601 I
3,604 !

655,334,915
654,174, 915
653, 719,895
650,808. 395
648,613, 395
646.788, 395
643,474, 517
641.229, 395
639,488,295
638,903, 295
638,015, 295
636,310. 295

|
|
i
!
i
!

240,236,150 215,860,307 I
237,190,100 ! 213,186,712
234,797,800 I 210, 915,414
233,693,350 | 209,767, 702
232,606,300 j 208, 768,549
230,928,050 j 207,139, 382
230,471,550 ! 206,690,339
230,111,300 ! 206.498,957
229,471,100-! 205,755,976
229.348,550 ' 205,604, 781
| 227,742,550 203,925, 680
! 225,359. 400 201.735,572

19,812,810
21,907,950
23,320, 912
24,027,439
24,119,434
24,736,459
24,751,347
24,345,299
21,837,697
25,205,779
26,205,325
27,898,644

235,673,117
235,094,662
234, 236,326
233,795,141
232,887,983
231,875,841
231,441,686
230,844,256
230,593, 673
230,810,560
230,131,005
229,634,216

639,440, 295
637,535, 295
638,385, 295
635,060,295
631,635, 295
631,035, 295
630,025, 295
629,315, 295
629,151, 295
625,356, 295
624, 552,195
625,967, 195

I
I
i
!
!

218,992,950
215,487, 650
213,414, 650
214, 365, 400
217,162,650
219,377, 900
220,201,400
218,525, 650
220, 496,160
229, 980, 620
235,618, 470
239,349,130

196,146, 092
192, 724,299
191,056, 817
191,611, 599
194,138, 732
196,155, 935
197,078, 092
195,692, 685
196,775, 703
205,056, 063
210,045,456
213, 928,643

I
I
1
I
|
!
;
i

32,868,548
33,804,916
33,774, 254
32,870,279
31,975,018
31,540,434
30,822,084
31,087,379
30,485,946
30,383.921
29, 583, 680
28,856,160

229,014,640
226,529,215
224,831,071
224,481,878
226,113, 750
227,696,369
227,900,176
226,780,064
227,261,649
235,439,984
239. 629.136
242,784,803

622,482,195
613,076,895
612.831,895
610,313,895
609, 053, 895
610,028,895
607,871,245
609,292,245
608,033,045
607,418,045
608,528,045
608,368,045

239,943, 050
236,479, 840
236,075, 690
234,433,890
232,167,910
230,600,310
229,688,110
230,464,110
230,663,610
231,515,510
232,463,160
234,221,460

214,016, 087
211,041,300
211,155,017 !
209,925,989 j
207,966,287 |
206,305,955 i
205,264,095
205, 767, 805
206,173, 350
207,314,172!
207,920,774
209,161, 902

29, 801, 782
32,282,926
31,830,065
33,208,903
34,830,421
35,840,834
36,086, 776
35,855, 748
35,980,547
36,058,050
35,145,850
34,680,165

243,817,869
243,324, 226
242,985,082
243,134, 892
242,796, 708
242,146,789
241,350,871
241,623,553
242,153,897
243,372,222
243,066, 624
243,842,067

608, 558, 045
607,683, 045
615,908,095
614.443,095
621,513,095
623,273,095 I
627,503,095
631,108,095
634,398,095
632,494,895
632,502, 395
633,394,395

234,484,570
235,830,170
240,172,270
254,501,480
268,405,240
276,829,990
284,387,040
294,948,930
295,790, 380
296,672,630
301,123, 580
303,280,730

209,759,
210,166,
213,610,
233,284,
246,067,
263,06f
274,115,
286,447,
290,641,
294,222,
298,829,
299,816,

36,517,238
36,901,953
35,906,198
37, 750,108
39,292, 204
37,507,641
35,524,891
33,648,456
33,662,967
34,193.448
32,864,348
32,475, 670

246,277, 222
247,068, 742
249,516,227
271,034,337
285,359,366
300,569,758
309, 640,443
320,095,890
324,304,325
328, 416, 427
331,693,412
332,292,300

1900.
January
February
March / .
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

3, 606
3,606
3,612
3,616
3, 659
3,722
3,816
3,858
3,898
3,914
! 3,935
! 3,955 |
i
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!
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No. 17.—AUTHORIZED CAPITAL STOCK OF THE NATIONAL BANKS ON THE FIRST DAY
OF EACH MONTH, ETC.—Continued.

U. S. bonds
Authorized on deposit to Circulation
secured by
1 stock. secure circu- U. S. bonds.
lation.

Date.

1901.
January
February . .
March
April
May
June
July
August
September .
October
November .
December..

3,981
4,015
4,046
4,072
4,098
4,145
4,178
4,217
4,238
4,254
4,279
4,309

1902.
January
February . .
March
April
May
June
July
August
September .
October
November .
December..

4,337
4,370
4,385
4,422
4,466
4,510
4,546
4,577
4,616
4,651
4,678
4,708

670,164,195
671,910,195
673,279,195
672,759,195
675,279,195
675,721,695
684,061,695
708,701,695
707,774,695
711,167,695
713,435, 695
719,300,695

326,280,280
324,031,280
322,575,030
319,526,330
317,484,130
316,196,180
317,163,530
318,588,480
322,941,680
326,052,770
338,352,670
343,018,020

1903.
January
February...
March
April
May
June
July
August
September .
October
November .
December..

4,756
"4,784
4,815
4,869
4,914
4,953
5,005
5,044
5,070
5,096
5,147
5,159

723,416,695
726,271,695
736,001,695
739,178,695
743,106,695
748,531,695
754, 776,695
758,137,095
759,277,095
761,417,095
766,367,095
766,332,095

1904.
January . . .
February . .
March
April
May
June
July
August
September.
October
November .

5,184
5,215
5,240
5,273
5,313
5,350
5,386
5,399
5,431
5,457
5,495

767,567,095
769,005,815
768,750,815
770,975,815
774,449,315
775,838,335
776,904,335
775,679,335
777,061,335
777,741,335
781,126,335




#635,309,395 8312,832,830 $308,294, 673
636,734, 395 318,422,980 315,721,579
638,381,695 321,374,830 319,217,048
639,961, 695 323,176,980 320,840,456
643,006,695
321,975,989
644,751,695 325,928,280 323,538,216
647,666,695 326,219,230 323,890,683
659,556,695 329,348,430 327,039, 374
660,206,695 330,279,930 328,406,351
661,851,695 330,721,930 328,845,066
663,224,195 329,833,930 328,198,613
667,834,195 328,107,480 326,212,186

Lawful
Total
money on
nationaldeposit to bank notes
redeem cir- outstanding.
culation.

$31,846,501
31,100,292
29,438,207
29, 260,949
28,788,268
28,044,373
29,851,503
29,113, 529
29,012,804
29,985,481
31, 713,070
33,508,525

$340,141,174
346,821,871
348,655,255
350,101, 405
350, 764, 257
351, 582,589
353,742,186
356,152, 903
357, 419,155
358,830,547
359,911,683
359,720,711

325,009,306
322.278,391
320,074,924
317,460,382
315.113,392
313,610,337
314,238,812
316,614, 766
319,407,587
323,843,143
335,783,189
341,100,412

35,280,420
37,166,224
38,359,943
40,016, 025
41,874,007
43,136,847
42,433,279
42,369,417
41,875,104
43,150,455
44,693,145
43,754,102

360,289, 726
359,444,615
358, 434,867
357, 476,407
356,987,399
356,747,184
356, 672,091
358,984,183
361,282,691
366,993,59S
380,476,334
384,854,514

344,252,120
342,903,520
342,164,670
342,160, 770
352,721,120
367,827,920
375,347,270
380,173,030
381,486,430
381,484,830
382,726,830
384,625,930

342,127,844
340,587,939
338,660,361
338,349.814
347,564,354
363,586,987
372,295,409
377,606,826
380,076,321
379,515,823
380,650,821
383,018,484

42,801,940
43,385,607
44,138,484
44,169,444
43,587,373
42,856,218
41,375,241
39,739,661
38,511,653
40,910,711
38,959,862
38,088,495

384,929,784
383, 973, 546
382,798,845
382,519,258
391,151,727
406,443,205
413,670,650
417,346,487
418,587,974
420,426,534
419,610,683
421,106,979

389,335,680
390,231,600
392,671,550
398,034,650
399,795,140
410,572,640
416,016,690
417,958,690
419,683,940
424,701,490
426,544,790

387,273,623
387,657,731
390,352,491
395,600,234
397,802,781
407,279,033
412,759,448
415,025,156
417,380,301
422,014,716
424,530,581

37,889,395
39,199,896
39,971,819
39,309,708
39,277,792
38,709,531
36,475,646
35,181, 732
35,136,472
34,064v692
32,750,919

425,163,018
426,857,627
430,324,310
434,909,942
437,080,573
445,988,564
449,235,094
450,206,888
452,516,773
456,079,408
457,281,500

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

No. 18.—CHANGES DURING THE Y E A R IN CAPITAL, BONDS, AND CIRCULATION OP
NATIONAL BANKS, BY STATES AND GEOGRAPHICAL DIVISIONS.
Banks existing October 31, 1903.

State or Territory.
No.

Maine

N. England States.

Middle States
North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Indian Territory
Western States
Washington.
Oregon
California...
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
Arizona
Alaska
Hawaii
Porto Rico . .

No.

85,892, 850
5,140, 500
4,714,500
25,644,700
4, 256,000
10,581,350

142,299,840 70,414,550
I 17,595,000 8,843,050
96,759,390 52,372,150
2, 218, 985
953, 000
17,054, 960 6,816,500
3,777,000 1,519,000

275,000

279,705,175 140,918,250 140,918,250

2,875,000
2,295,000
10,390,000
9,972,500
2,530,000
985,000
5,820,000
1,191,800
3,23Q,000
4,200,000

28,584,200 28,584,200
8,938,650 8,938,650
17,944,650 17,944,650
6,894,810 6,894,810
5,977,170 5,977,170
9,723,760 9,723, 760
6,052, 800 6,052,800
16,937,690 16,937,690

1,123,250
1,049,050
4,759,570
6,276,950
1,004,750
494,500
4,095, 750
720,750
1,391,050
1,614,100

145,000 |

145,000

2,071,000

2,071,000

301,500
212,250
18,750

301,500
212,250
18,750

81,750
225,000
81,750
122,250
122,250
435,000
427,250
427,250
745,000
110,000
110,000
430,000
18,750
75,000
18,750
2,717, 000 1,297, 300 1,297,300
142,500
725, 000
142,500
169,500
665,000
169,500
47,500
100,000
47,500
126

7,040,500 2,949,300

2,949,300

635,000
710,000
980,000

377,500
215,250
366,250

377,500
215,250
366,250

575,000
830,000
680,000
465,000

247,750
397,000
221,250
180,250

247,750
397,000
221,250
180,250

2,005,250

2,005,250

74,500
86,500
252,000
217,050
68,750
37,500
138,750
106,250
190,250
187,250

74,500
86,500
252,000
217,050
68, 750
37,500
138,750
106,250
190,250
187,250

250,000
230,000
500,000
500,000
260, 000
100,000
351,000
125,000
405,000
665, 000

718 : 43,489,300 [ 22,529,720
'

3,386,000

Pacific States

34 i 3,495, 000 1,631,300 1,631,300
220,000
34 2,570,000 1, 629, 800 1,629,800
200,000
65 16,455,000 9,700.500 9,760,500
722,800
21 : 925,000
225,000
343,650
343,650
14 1.730,000 1,349,000 1,349,000
175,000
1 i
200, 000
20,500
82,000
20, 500
11 ! 605,000
50,000
361,450
361,450
1 |
50,000
12, 500
12,500
66,500
66,500
2 : 525,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
1 I
j 184 | 26,537,000 15,275,200 15,275,200 | 31 j 1,792,800

United States

J5,147 >766,367,095 382,726,8




$70,000
75,000

6,110,000

1,538 203,019,100 101,053,730 101,053,730
75
59
139
149
23
16
58
20
88
91

$70,000
75,000

503,500
345,000
75,000

57

5,141,c
7,342, 500 5,141,900
3,591,4
5,801,000 3,591,450
3,660, 000 2,012, 250 2,012, 2
1,313,7
2,873,000 1, 313, 750
3,337,c
5,823,000 3,337,550
1,011,5
2,185,000 1,011,250
2,612,C
4, 600,000 2,612,000
1,236,2
2, 310,000 1,236,250
2,480,2
4,170,000 2.480,250
28, 665, 300 10| 727,080 10,727,C
422,750
422,7
1,470,000
8,956, 300
8,956, 3
13,765,900
3,877,250
3,877,2
7,370,000

54,515,100
18,345,000
47,573,000
12,730,000
12,955,000
17,061,000
16,765,000
23,075,000

Bonds. ! Circulatiori.

70, 414, 550 10 1,325,000
300,000
7
8,843,050
2
2, 350,000
52,372,150 /
134 nl,755,000
30,000
953,000
6,816,500
2
50, 000
1,519,000
300,000
1

935 90,035,700 j 46,720,030 j 46,720,0
332
166
309
88
107
194
258
84

Capital.

8125,000
150, 000

534 !l23,580,820 \ 56,229,900 56,229,900

364
New York
130
New Jersey
622
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia.
1,238
Eastern States
72.
Virginia
69
West Virginia
42
North Carolina
23
South Carolina
50
Georgia
22
Florida
45
Alabama
21
Mississippi
32
Louisiana
380
Texas
15
Arkansas
103
Kentucky
61
Tennessee
Southern States...

Circulation.

Bonds.

84 $10,141,000 85,892,850
56
5,355,000
5,140,500
48
6, 460, 000 4,714,500
230 70,137,500 25,644,700
35 11,305,250
4,256,000
81 20,182,070 10,581,350

New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut

Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan ..
Wisconsin..
Minnesota .
Iowa
Missouri . . .

Capital.

Banks organized during year ended
October 31, 1904.

382,726,830 j 433 i 23,479,300

a Restored to solvency.

1,358,800 i 1,358,800
55,000
53,750
239,500
60,250
100,000
200,000
12,500

! 55,000
53,750
| 239,500
! 60,250
100,000
200,000
j 12,500

721 000 j

721,000

9,250,350 j 9,250,350

106

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

No. 18.—CHANGES DURING THE YEAR IN CAPITAL, BONDS, AND CIRCULATION OF
NATIONAL BANKS, BY STATES AND GEOGRAPHICAL DIVISIONS—Continued.
Totel increase in capita1

. andnmbefOfbar!ksconeSned !

State or Territory.

in such increase.

Maine
New Hampshire ...
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut
N. England States
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
Dist. Columbia
Virginia
West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas .
Kentucky
Tennessee

Washington
Oregon..
California
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
Arizona
Alaska
Hawaii
Porto Rico

38
3
; 1
j 1 ,
j 2|
j 2

Pacific States .
United States

|l, 134, 14, 743,720 63,695,390




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No.

107

18.—CHANGES DURING THE Y E A R IN CAPITAL, BONDS, AND CIRCULATION OF
NATIONAL BANKS, BY STATES AND GEOGRAPHICAL DIVISIONS—Continued.
! Decrease in capital, bonds, and circulation, with number of banks concerned
I
in such decrease.

State or Territory.

Failed and liquidating banks.
No. j Capital.

Maine
N cw Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut

$50, 000

:
.
j
j
I

N. England States.j
ii

\ e w York

Pennsylvania
Delaware
Mnrvland
Dist. Columbia
Eastern States

!

i
'
j.
j

2
12
7

No.

$83, 500
$83, f,00
150,000
(50,000
$300,000/ ! | 250,000
250,000
650,000 1,555,000 1,555,000
.1 800,000
300,0,0
82,500 !
82,500 !
32,500

80,000
1,576,500
433,500
100,000

23 i 9, 900, 000

2 240,000

2,240,000

26

5 i 2 050, 000
1!
3, 175, 000

1 047,000
6 300
1 282, 000

1,047,000
6 300
1,282,000

10
1
5

100,000
7,520,000
2,130,000
100,000

1

500 000

100 000

100 000

17

5, 750 000

2 435, 300

2,435,300

982 500

17

200,000

200,000 ,

200,000 ;

475,000

156,300 !

156,300 !

25,000 |

12, 500

13

900/000 I

568,800

256 280
1,491 280 14 347,000 |14, 347,000
427,500 !
200, 000

4
4

1

Southern States...;
Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan . .
Wisconsin..
Minnesota .
Iowa
Missouri . . .

3,760,000
125,000
300,000

300,000
j

2,371,000

427,500
200,000

200,000 ,.

10

2 371,000

190 000 13, 107,000 13,1(7,0C0
25 000
1,020,000 1, 180,000 i 1,180,000

1

200 000 |

Cireuhi-

Capital.

$50,000

80,000
1,576,500
433, 500
100,000 I

1

South Carolina.
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee

Middle States

$50,000 !

By banks existing- October 31, 1903.

200,000 i

Virginia
West Virginia

North Dakota.
South Dakota.
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana.
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Indian Territory

Bonds.

Circulation.

50,000 j .

6

170,000 !.

12,500 j .
568,800 I 15

137,500

137,500

16 j 4,485,000 1 2,188, 000 | 2,188,000 j 14

627,500

627,500

25,000 j

228,900 i

228,900

io,666

75,000 i
150,000
192.500

75,000
150,000
192,500

20,000 !
50,000 S

1,713,000 ! 1,713,000 I 4
37,500 i
37,500
300,000 i
300,000

220,000

25,000
16,000 i

25,(00
16,000

105,000-

687,400 j

687,400

25,000 . . .
50,000
50,000

12,500 i
12,500

50,000
50, 000
200.000
75| 000 [:

50,000
37, 500
131,300
56,250

50,000
37,500 j
131,300 |
56,250 j

25,000

475,000

\.
j
j
j

12,500
12,500

300,050

300,050 !

100,000

37,500

Western States
Washington.
Oregon
California...
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
Arizona
Alaska
Hawaii
Porto Pdco . .

60,000
15,000 |
150,000
50,000 !

Pacific States

j

United States

I

25,000
25,000

5j

275,000 |

108, 750 j

108, 750
.840,900

1,

25,000
12,5(0

75,000

75,0(0

20,000 |

15,000 I ~~15,000
6,250
6,250 !
75,000
75,000 j
12,500
12,500 j

85 j 21, 785,000 j 7,840,900




25,000 i
12,500 :

20,000

20, 000

•>(), 000

80 i 2,898,780 18,127.900 18,127,900

108
No.

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
18.—CHANGES DURING THE Y E A R IN CAPITAL, BONDS, AND CIRCULATION OP
NATIONAL BANKS, BY STATES AND GEOGRAPHICAL DIVISIONS—Continued.
I n c r e a s e a n d decrease d u r i n g y e a r endec October 31 , 1904.

State or Territory.

Total increase.
Capital.

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut

$25,000
125.000
2,200|000

2,350,COO

Bonds.
$164 500
218,000
280,000
5,443,750
900,000
877,500

Total decrease.

Circulation.

Capital.

Bonds.

$164,500
218,000
280,000
5,443, 750
900,000
877,500

8,170,000
2.130,000
132,500

$133,500
150,000
330,000
3,131,500
733,500
132,500

10,882, 500

Circulation.

$50, 000

466,666

$133,500
150,000
330,000
3 131,500
733,500
132,500

7,883, 750

7,883, 750

4,611, 000

4, 611,000

New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia

3,935,000 13,557, 750
462, 000
600,000
4,715,000 10,077, 700
55 000
47 500
193'720 1,250,000
1,050,000
991,000

13,557,750
462, 000
10,077, 700
47 500
1,250,000
991,000

2,240,000 14,214, 000
6,300
50,000
4,195, 000 2,462,000

14, 214, 000
6, 300
2,462,000

100,000

100,000

Eastern States

10, 548, 720 26,385, 950

26, 385, 950

7,241,280 16,782,300

16,782, 300

New England States . . .

Virginia
West Virginia
North Carolina .
South Carolina
Georgia.
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee
Southern States . . . . . . . . .
Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Iowa
Missouri
Middle States
North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Indian Territory
Western States
Washington. . .
Oregon
California
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
A rizona
Alaska
Hawaii
Porto Rico
Pacific States
United States




668,500
505, 000
135,000
15 000
385,000
435,000
1,100,000
510,000
135,000
3 407,000
925 000
865, 000
240,000

756,280

1,510,500
1,002,250
549,750
363,200
557,500
454,750
1,464,750
352,000
146,250
3,794,300
181,000
2,271,250
732,250

200,000

627,500
200,000

627, 500
200, 000

200, 000

200, 000

200,000

156, 300

156,300

25,000

12,500

12,500

13,379, 750

1,120,000

1,196,300

1,196,300

4,398,500
2,123,000
2,118,250
576,500
1,034,300
1,460,600
1,579, 950
2,023,050

3, 785, 000
125,000
310, 000

1,941,900
37,500
375,000
150,000
192,500

1, 941, 900
37,500
375,000
150,000
192,500

320, 000
50,000

162,500
16,000

162,500
16,000

8,535,000 15, 314,150

15,314,150

4,590, 000

2,875,400

2,875,400

174, 750
250,000
224 500
280 000
670,000
840, 500
935 000 1,102,340
'?07 500
340 000
100,000
70,750
519 850
361 000
268,750
150,000
502,900
650,000
562,300
750,000

174, 750
224, 500
840,500
1,102,340
207, 500
70,750
519,850
268, 750
502,900
562, 300

25,000
75,0G0
75,000

12,500
12,500

12,500
12,500

50, 000
50, 000
200,000
100,000

37,500
50,000
62, 500
143,800
56,250

37,500
50,000
62,500
143,800
56,250

4,474,140

575,000

375,050

375,050

75, 000
97,500
4,535, 250
75, 250
150,000
300 000
75'000

60,000
15,000
150,000
50, 000

15,000
6,250
95, 000
12,500

15, 000
6, 250
95, 000
12,500

1,510,500
1, 002, 250
549, 750
363, 200
557,500
454,750
1,464,750
352,000
146,250
3,794,300
181 000
2,271,250
732,250

9,325,500 13,379, 750
3,170,000
710,000
1,845,000
100,000
575 000
830 000
815, C00
490,000

4,486,000

4,398,500
2,123, 000
2,118,250
576,500
1,034,300
1 460 600
1,579.950
2, 023,050

4,474,140

75,000
270,000
97,500
200,000
1,822 800 4, 535 250
75,250
250, 000
175,000
150,000
•?oo 000
300 000
75'000
50 000

50,000
645,000

"

*|

------

200,000

10,000

200,000

2,977, 800

5, 508, 000

5,508,000

38,223,020 72,945, 740

72, 945, 740

128,750

128,750

24,683, 780 25, 968, 800

25, 9;>8, 800

275,000

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OP THE CURRENCY.
No.

109

18.—CHANGES DURING THE Y E A R IN CAPITAL, BONDS, AND CIRCULATION OP
NATIONAL BANKS, BY STATES AND GEOGRAPHICAL DIVISIONS—Continued.

Net increase and

Net increase.

State or Territory.
Capital.

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
"Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut
New England States ...

decrease i n capital, bonds, a n d circulation.

Bonds.

N e t decrease.

Circulation.

Capital.

25,000

Circulation.

$50,000

$31,000
68,000

$31,000
68, 000

2,312,250
166,500
745, 000

$25, 000

Bonds.

2,312,250
166,500
745,000

275,000
5,970, 000
2,130,000
132,500

3,322, 750

3,322, 750

8,557,500

New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia
Eastern States

1 695 000
550, 000
455, 700
520,000 7,615,700
55 000
47 500
1,150', 000
991,000
1,050, 000

455, 700
7,615,700
47 500
1,150,000
991,000

3,870,000 10,259,900

10,259, 900

Virginia

468,500
883,000
505, 000
802,250
135, 000
549,750
15 000
363,200
185,000
357,500
435 000
454 750
1,100,000 1,464,750
352,000
460,000
135,000
146,250
2,762,000 3,638,000
925,000
181,000
865,000 2,271,250
215,000
719,750

883,000
802,250
549,750
363,200
357,500
454 750
1,464, 750
352,000
146,250
3,638,000
181,000
2,271,250
719 750

8,205, 500 12,183, 450

2,456, 600
2,085,500
1, 743, 250
426, 500
841,800
1,460,600
1,417, 450
2,007,050
12,438,750

50,000

615,000

4,560,000 12,438,750

50,000 i

$50,000

12,183, 450

2,456, 600
2,085, 500
1, 743,250
426,500
841,800
1,460,600
1,417,450
2,007,050

$50,000

615,000

West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
Florida
Alabama

Mississippi
T-zOuisian a

Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee
Southern States
Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Missouri
Middle States
North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Indian Territory
Western States
Washington
Oregon
California
Idaho
Utah
. .
Nevada
Arizona
Alaska
Hawaii
Porto Rico
Pacific States
United States




585,000
1,535,000
100,000
575,000
830,000
495,000
440,000

225,000
174,750
280 000
224 500
595,000
828,000
860,000 1, 089, 840
340,000
207,500
100,000
33 250
311,000
469,850
100,000
206,250
359,100
450, 000
506,050
650,000
3,911,000

1,099,090

210,000
60,000
185,000
91,250
1,672,800 4,440,250
200,000
62,750
175 000
150 000
200,000
300,000
50,000
75,000

656, 250

656,250

656,250

656,250

706,250

706,250

562,560
562, 560

1
!

374,750
224 500
828,000
1,089,840
207, 500
33,250
469,850
206, 250
359,100
506,050
4,099,090
60,000
91,250
4,440,250
62, 750
150, 000
300, 000
75,000
200,000

10,000

200,000

2,702,800

5,379,250

5, 379,250

23,274,300 47,683,190

47,683,190

9,735,060

110

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

No. 19.—DECREASE OR INCREASE OP NATIONAL-BANK CIRCULATION DURING E A C H
OF THE YEARS ENDED OCTOBER 31, 1897 TO 1904, INCLUSIVE, AND THE AMOUNT
OF LAWFUL MONEY ON DEPOSIT AT THE E N D OF EACH Y E A R .

Net circulation outstanding October 31,1896
$216, 510, 014
National-bank notes outstanding October 31,1897, including notes of national gold banks
$230,131, 005
Less lawful money on deposit at same date, including
deposits of national gold banks
26, 205, 325
203, 925, 680
Net decrease of circulation
12, 584, 384
Net outstanding as above October 31,1897
~203, 925, 680
National-bank notes outstanding October 31,1898, including notes of national gold banks
239, 629,136
Less lawful money on deposit at same date, including
deposits of national gold banks
29, 583, 680
210,045, 456
Net increase of circulation
6,119, 776
Net outstanding as above October 31,1898
210, 045, 456
National-bank notes outstanding October 31,1899, including notes of national gold banks
243, 066, 624
Less lawful money on deposit at same date, including
deposits of national gold banks
35,145, 850
207, 920, 774
Net decrease of circulation
2,124, 682
Net outstanding as above October 31,1899
207, 920, 774
National-bank notes outstanding October 31,1900, including notes of national gold banks
331, 693, 412
Less lawful money on deposit at same date, including
deposits of national gold banks
32, 864,348
298, 829, 064
Net increase of circulation
90, 908, 290
Net outstanding as above October 31,1900
298, 82S>7064
National-bank notes outstanding October 31,1901, including notes of national gold banks
359, 911, 683
Less lawful money on deposit at same date, including
deposits of national gold banks
31,713, 070
328,198, 613
Net increase of circulation
29, 369, 549
Net outstanding as above October 31,1901
328,198, 613
National-bank notes outstanding October 31,1902, including notes of national gold banks
380, 476, 334
Less lawful money on deposit at same date, including
deposits of national gold banks
44, 693,145
335,783, 189
Net increase of circulation
7, 584, 576
Net outstanding as above October 31,1902
335, 783,189
National-bank notes outstanding October 31,1903, including notes of national gold banks
419, 610, 683
Less lawful money on deposit at same date, including
deposits of national gold banks
38,959, 862
380, 650, 821
Net increase of circulation
44, 867, 632
Net outstanding as above October 31, 1903
380, 650, 821
National-bank notes outstanding October 31,1904, including notes of national gold banks
457,.281, 500
Less lawful money on deposit at same date, including
deposits of national gold banks
32, 750, 919
424^ 530L581
Net increase of circulation
„
43, 879, 760



KEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

Ill

Nc. 20.—NATIONAL-BANK CIRCULATION ISSUED, THE AMOUNT OF LAWFUL MONEY
DEPOSITED IN THE UNITED STATES TREASURY TO RETIRE NATIONAL-BANK CIRCULATION FROM J U N E 20, 1874, TO OCTOBER 31, 1904, AND AMOUNT REMAINING ON
DEPOSIT, BY STATES, AT LATTER DATE.
Lawful money deposited to retire national-bank circuLawful
;
lation since June 20,1874.
money on
Additional .
deposit
circulation !
To retire
For rewith the
T o retire
State or Territory. issued since j demption
circulation circulation
United
Total
June 20,1874.1 of notes of
under act
States
liquidating of June 20, under act of deposits.
Treasurer
July 12,1882.
1874.
banks.
at date.
$9,028,588
Maine
6,256,965
New Hampshire . . . i
7,791,315
Vermont
j
90,275,940
Massachusetts
i
Rhode Island
j 13,254,815
Connecticut
j 18,803,684
New York
| 150,108,715
New Jersey
j 13, 953, 790
j
104,490, 262
Pennsylvania
1,438,527
Delaware
Maryland
! 14. 979, 740
8,024, 380
Districtof Columbia
9,217,585
Virginia
5, 376, 944
West Virginia
4,183,200
North Carolina
. 2,468,120
South Carolina
5,458,480
Georgia
1,872,812
Florida
5,036,295
Alabama
1,960,500
Mississippi
5, 780, 937
Louisiana
18,324,585
Texas
1,131,950
Arkansas
21,920,690
Kentucky
6, 387,445
Tennessee
27,951,655
Missouri
56,129,494
Ohio
18, 534,264
Indiana
31,231,673
Illinois
13,228, 797
Michigan
11,835,100
Wisconsin
15,456, 298
Iowa
9, 603, 776
Minnesota
9,933, 794
Kansas
8,490,614
Nebraska
279,000
Nevada
2,134,980
Oregon
6,396,942
Colorado
533,055
Idaho
2,303, 085
Montana
739,140
Wyoming
1, 936, 280
North Dakota
1,769,460
South Dakota
3,243,472
Washington
16,710,475
California
1,915,650
Utah
1,196,690
New Mexico
490,040
Arizona
1,864,700
Oklahoma
2,167,350
Indian Territory...
12,500
Alaska
266, 500
Hawaii
100,000
Porto Rico
Lawful money deposited prior to
June 20,1874, and
r e m a i n i n g at
that date
Total

$1,195,091
799,216
1,164,102
10,086,138
2, 687, 463
1,432,884
18,728,794
1,817,654
8,627,225
653, 857
732,152
1,478,869
1,131,847
659, 580
244,233
759,035
358,068
683,516
199,400
1,564,369
1, 964,484
191,265
2,620,246
1,390,621
3,593, 765
12,876, 784
6,210,817
7,089,279
5,206,929
1, 902, 980
2,638,197
1,565,120
2,584, 585
1,341,169
34,960
323, 583
1,140,610
61,875
661,479
111,050
353,060
397,420
1,036,486
598,040
271,631
206,630
50,590
92,900
23,250

; a 768, 981,048 111,543,298

$7,059,632
3,916,805
6,658,695
84,781,293
13,450, 439
17,018,777
99,031,900
10, 647,047
60,399. 730
1,157^400
10, 936, 915
1,061,910
4,251,215
1,596,830
2,493,769
2,174, 001
2,477,952
57,030
1,623,289
170,950
3,992,153
2,780,538
421,119
13, 591,589
2,547,054
10, 437,058
29,110,955
13,956,277
15,034,049
6,829, 339
5,573, 445
5,933,407
3,229,153
1, 387, 726
2,136,470
13,500
214, 610
967,446
114,018
612,402
146,700
225,670
181,485
484,851
1,456,550
540,047
298,950
2,950
18,800
5,000

$2,655,894
1,610,417
2,034,332
24,759,594
5,806,278
6,453,340
16,153,214
3,261,879
17,015,604
487,463
3,853, 918
209,427
840, 960
599,533
183,353
191, 306
597,063
17,893
237,905

453,208,890

106,309,103

953,069
238,635
70,456
1,759,060
520,198
624,645
6,030,743
1,593,926
3,346,866
539,520
727,546
955,290
598,057
112,764
311,980
82,450
321,892
14,762
76,236
22,090
52,210
9,055
7,377
240,175
54,788
75,940

810,910, 617
6,326,438
9,857,129
119,627,025
21,944,180
24,905,001
133,913,908
15,72f 580
86,042, 559
1,644,863
15,444, 690
2,003, 489
6,571,044
3,328, 210
3,336,702
2,609,540
3,834,050
432, 991
2,544,710
370, 350
6,509,591
4,983,657
682,840
17,970,895
4,457,873
14,655,468
48,018,482
21,761,020
25,470, 194
12,575,788
8,203,971
9, 526,
894
5,392,330
4,085,075
3,789,619
48, 460
620, 643
2,429,918
190, 655
1,350,117
279,840
630, 940
587,960
1,528,714
2,294,765
866,466
581, 520 '
53, 540
111, 700
28, 250

3,813,675
674,874,966 b32, 674,984

a Includes circulation issued under act of July 12, 1882.
b Exclusive of $75,934 on deposit to retire circulation of national gold banks.




$292,794
286,515
231,319
4,243,866
982,017
344,439
8,607,982
24,379
3,247,239
43,148
845,071
101,974
469,912
226,994
99,854
59,199
81,266
92,845
219,586
63,679
343,068
351,737
33,262
1,011,408
174,524
762, 641
3,677,915
777,493
2,146,480
746, 856
411,000
338,680
198,878
172,772
179,623
3,748
40,242
161,354
2, 039
101,503
46, 422
42,678
20,526
83,834
172,260
24,508
66,845
590
18,020

No. 21.—NATIONAL-BANK NOTES OUTSTANDING, THE AMOUNT OF LAWFUL MONEY ON DEPOSIT WITH THE TREASURER OF THE UNITED STATES
TO REDEEM NATIONAL-BANK NOTES, AND THE KINDS AND AMOUNTS OF UNITED STATES BONDS ON DEPOSIT TO SECURE CIRCULATION
AND PUBLIC DEPOSITS ON OCTOBER 31, 1904, WITH THE CHANGES DURING THE PRECEDING Y E A R AND THE PRECEDING MONTH.
Circulation based on U. S.
bonds.

National-bank notes, lawful money.

Circulation secured by
lawful money.

fcO

Total circulation.
d

Oct. 31,1903. Sept. 30,1904. Oct. 31,1903. Sept. 30,1904. Oct. 31,1903. Sept. 30,1904.

Total amount outstanding at the dates named at top of c olumn
Additional circulation issued during the intervals

$380,650,821

1422,014,715

8,887,890
60,644,286

1 037,160
2 246,595

$34,064,693

471,025
6,491,782
1,143,146
17,615,887

To banks increasing circulation
Lawful money deposited since dates named at top of col umn
By insolvent banks
By liquidating banks
By banks retiring circulation under section 6 of the act of July 12, 1882
By reducing banks
Aggregate issues and deposits to October 31, 1904

$38,959,862

613,025
136,510
442,117

425,298,470

64,681,702

35,256,345

467,545
5,794,332

118,197

19,390,539

649, 692

854,605
6,421,568
1,389,065
23,265,545

84,445
780,841
174,153
1,465,987

31,930,783
32,750,919
6,208,943

1,313, 774

n

2,505,426
32,750,919

o

450,182,997

$419,610,683
69,532,176

$456,079,408
3,283, 755

25> 721,840

1,191,652

514,864,699

460,554,815

57,583,199

3,273,315

457,281,500

^457,281,500

37,670,817

1,202,092

o
o

LAWFUL MONEY.

Circulation retired during the intervals by withdrawal of bonds by tictive banks and
redemption of notes of inactive banks
. .
By insolvent banks
By liquidating banks
By banks retiring circulation under section 6 of the act of July 12, 1882
By reducing banks
Aggregate notes retired since dates named at top of column

25,652,416

United States registered bonds on deposit.
Five percents, loan of 1904 .
Funded loan of 1907, 4 percents . .
Four percents, loan of 1925
Three percents loan of 1908-1918
Two •nprppTits consols of 1930

District of Columbia 3 65's—1924




.

. . . .

To secure
circulating
notes.
85,857,500
1,791,600
1,922,940
416,972,750

To secure
public
deposits.
6100,000
9,343,750
9,931,050
8,048,500
77,395,350
1,902,000

424,530,581

43,879,760

Increase in circulation since dates named at top of colurrin
Decrease in circulation since dates named at top of colurnn

767,889

424,530,581

Circulation outstanding October 31, 1904

2,515,866

United States registered bonds on deposit.
State and city..
Philippine Islarids certificates
Hawaiian Islan ds bonds
Philippine loan
Total on d eposit Oct. 31, 1904

a Circulation of national gold banks, included, $75,934.

To secure
circulating
notes.

To secure
public
deposits.
$1,971,000
3, 256,000
1,072, 000
2,022,000

$426,544,790

115,041,650

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el

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

113

No. 2 2 . — Y E A R L Y INCREASE OR DECREASE IN NATIONAL-BANK CIRCULATION FROM6
JANUARY 14, 1875, TO OCTOBER 31, 1903, AND QUARTERLY INCREASE OR DECREASEFOR THE Y E A R ENDED OCTOBER 31, 1904.

Date.

Issued.

Retired.

Increased.

Decreased.

F r o m J a n u a r y 14 to J a n u a r y 31,1875
1875
1876
1877
1878
1879
1880
1881
1882
1883
1884
1885
1886
1887
1888
1889
1890
1891
1892
1893
1894
1895
..
1896
1897
1898
1899
1900
.
1901
1902
1903

$537,580
12,953, 695
7,777,710
19,842, 985
12,663,160
27,126,235
8,347,190
34,370,050
21,427,900
12,669,620
8 888 944
17, 628,924
8,979,959
16,064, 424
15,924,157
5, 768,180
9,534,400
18 934,355
12 867 044
41,584,000
10,890,492
20, 752, 231
31,714,656
7,008,014
34,682,825
19,110, 552
101,645,393
123,100,200
42,620 682
68,177,467

Total
J a n u a r y 31 1904
April 30 1904
J u l y 31 1904
October 31, 1904

773,593,024
14,047,362
19 580 902
21,936,858
13,967,054

607,456, 736
6,924,550
9 225 649
8,450,725
7,329,866

387,626, 819
7,122,812
10 355 260
13,486,133
6,637,188

221,490,531

Total
Surrendered to this office, and retired from
J a n u a r y 14, 1875, to October 31, 1904

843,125,200

639,387, 519

425,228, 212

221,490,531

425,228,212

240,677,144

Grand total

CUR 1904, PT 1-




8255,600
$281,980
18,167,436
28,413, 265
3,634,784
16,208,201
3,631,602
9,031,558
20,159, 036
6,967,199
1,466,732
6,880, 458
18,672,172
15, 697, 878
733,062
20,694,838
24,920,477
30 990 730
26,206, 200
32,871,849
42,933,463
52,430, 030
40,340,254
28,382,190
21 235,457
1 242 167
11 624 877
8,095,313
33,488,687
13,008,267
12,526,159 " " 8 , " 226* 072"
9,843,648
21,871,008
14, 613, 787
17,594,900
17,087, 925
3,912,434
15,198,118
85,108,325
16,537,068
107,148,673
15,951,527
20,752 676
21,868 006
28,474,958
39,702,509

19,186,613
843,125, 200

658,574,132

$5, 213, 741'
20,635,555

12,250,857
22 101 7858,577,276
23,891,890
26,869,039
36,505,873
34,572 074
18,847,790
2,301,102
2,117,775
7,605,773

19,186,613.

No. 23.—NATIONAL-BANK NOTES ISSUED, REDEEMED, AND OUTSTANDING, BY DENOMINATIONS AND AMOUNTS, ON OCTOBER 31 IN EACH YEAS
FROM 1864 TO 1904, INCLUSIVE.
Year.
1864.... Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
1865.... Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
I860.... Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
1867.... Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
1S68.... Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
1869
Redeemed
Outstanding
1870.... Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
1871
Redeemed
Outstanding
1872.... Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
1873
Redeemed
Outstanding
1874.... Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
1875.... Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
1876.... Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding

Ones.

[ $2, 020,167

$1, 346, 778

297,3G0
919,388
377,972
526,189
891,606
634, 583
550,259
143,606
406,653
048,176
092,126
956,050
851,264
556,708
294,556

1, 346, 778
5,156,012
11,700
5,144,312
5, 622, 722
42, 356
5,580.366
5,990,468
156,016
5,834,452
6, 468, 392
497, 538
5,970,854
7,256,558
1.437,318
b, 819,240
8,482;434
3,114,890
5,367,544
9, 565,256
4,816,778
4,748,478
10,390,222
6,241,446
4,148, 776
11,078,226
7,110,038
3, 968,188
12,079, 504
9,233,246
2,846,258
12,614,896
10,249,092
2, 365,804




Fives.

Tens.

Twenties.

$26,924,100

Twos.

$19,708,260

$6,536,920

26, 924,100 19,708,260
6,536,920
84,796,000 53,493,210 28,209,500
26,580
104,820
195,800
84,691,180 53, 297,410 28,182,920
111,115,620 75.807,000 42,278,700
153,175
225,390
42,060
110,962,445 75,581,610 42,236,640
113,535, 300 77,899,270 43,615,720
753,855
198,080
510,620
112,781,445 77,388,650 43,417,640
115,738,140 i 79,227,620 44,430,700
2,515,095 j 1,300,500
759,760
113,223,045 | 77,927,120 43,670,940
118,674,740 ! SI,107,820 45,490,040
1,496,400
5,146,030 ' 2,847,390
113,528,710 78,260,430 43,993,640
124,376, 620 85,118,950 48,208,980
9, 035,250
5,060,560
2,701,960
115,341,370 80,058,390 45,507,020
142,195,820 ! 98,246, 300 56,132,040
5,076,520
17,014,975 | 9,689,570
125,180,845 | 88,556, 730 51,055,520
159,666,740 j 112,534,520 64,513,760
29,803,335 j 16,997,020
8, 777,040
129,863,405 | 95, 537,500 55,736,720
174,472,280 125,603,990 72,164,380
45, 709,815 25,730, 700 13,061,420
128,762,465 99,873,290 59,102,960
196,215,680 133,370.760 79,242,180
C5,208,025 39,127; 070 19,832,160
131,007,655 94,243,690 59,410,020
235,275,920 174,105,070 105,921,280
124,633,860 76,085,320 40,489,280
110,642,060 98,019,750 65,432,000
258,917,640 200,086, 520 121,729,840
161,910,280 103, 692,140 57,444,920
97,007,360 96,394,380 64,284,920

One thousands.

One
hundreds.

Five
hundreds.

$2,491,300

$2,903,400

$250,000

$58,813,980

2,491,300 j
10,349,700
46,550
10,303,150
16,473,700
76,050
16,397,650
17,469,850
432,300
17,037,550
17,775,450
880,950
16,894,500
18,205,350
1,502,050
10,703,300
19,180,600
2,501,050
16, 679,550
21,806,850
4,277,250
17,529,600
24,859,950
6,309,000
18,550,950
27,987,100
8,448,800
19,538,300
33,348,500
11,577,800
21,770,700
44,209,250
19,051,850
25,157,400
49,281,750
25,789,200
23,492,550

2,903,400
15,033,600
89,500
14,944,100
24,657,500
172,700
24,484, 800
26,243,600
877,000
25,366,600
26,766,600
1,598,000
25,168,600
27,526,300
2, 708,100
24,818,200
28,667,200
4,587,500
24,079,700
32, 365,500
7,846,100
24,519,400
36,779,700
11, 098,900
25,680,800
41,661,000
!4,405,700
27,255,300
49,250,200
19,657,200
29,593,000
64,585,800
29,942,800
34,643,000
71,092,000
39,578,500
31, 513, 500

250,000
5,446,500

58, 813,980
205,099,455
464,250
204, 635,205
294, 585.214
1,498', 255
293, 086,959
202,141
107,317
299, 094,824
310, 367,276
10, 250,318
300, 116,958
318, 743,726
19, 018,935
299, 724,791
335, 411,601
33, 552,326
301, 859,275
384, 072,311
59, 597,104
324, 475,207
434, 960,786
93, 969, 961
340, 990,825
481, 196,161
132, 848,487
348, 347,674
532, 962,805
184, 176,899
348, 785,906
668, 988,000
325, 811,982
343, 176,018
747, 468,410
427, 601,340
319,867,070

Fifties.

5,446,500
6,669,500
302,500
6,367,000
6,691,500
671, 500
6,020,000
6,744,500
909,000
5, 835, 500
6,838, 500
1,347,000
5,491,500
6,980,000
2,096,000
4,884,000
7,326, 500
3,078,000
4,248,500
7,810, 500
3,933, 500
3,877,000
8,233,000
4,829,000
3,404,000
8, 657,000
5, 838,000
2,819,000
9,223, 000
7,236,500
1,986,500
9, 345, 500
8,108,500
1,237,000

$4,404,000
1,000
4, 403,000
4,728,000
507,000
4,221,000
4,728,000
1,563,000
3,165,000
4,*746,000
1,858,000
2,888,000
4,769,000
2,501,000
2,268,000
4,779,000
3,380,000
1,399,000
4,843,000
4,028,000
815,000
4,933,000
4,315,000
618,000
5,158,000
4,530,000
628,000
5,250.000
4,683^ 000
567,000
5,540,000
5,047,000
493,000
5,549,000
5,272,000
277,000

Total.

Issued during
current year.
$58,813,980
146,285,475

h3
O

n

89,485,759

W
9,616,927
6,105,135
8,376,450

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o
tr1

16, G67,875
48,660,710
50,888,475
46,235,375
51,766,644
136,025,195
78,480,410

' Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
{ Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding

20,618,024
16,815,568
3,802,456
22,480,415
18,194,196
4,286,219
23,169,677
19,600,477
3,569,200

Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
I Issued
j Redeemed
I Outstanding
I Issued
I Redeemed
j Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
! Redeemed
Outstanding




23,169, 677
22,794,643
375,034
23,169,677
22,800,061
369,616
23,169,677
22,802,625
367,052

13, 793, 936
11,111,052
2, 682,884
15,035,530
12,053,384
2,992,146
15,495,038
13,002, 540
2,492,498
15,495,038
13,887,778
1,607,260
15,495,038
14,572,868
922,170
15, 495,038
14, 968, 280
526,758
15,495,038
15,141,806
353,232
15,495,038
15,206,570
288,468
15,495,038
15,257, 754
237,284
15,495,038
15,279,612
215,426
15,495,038
15,293,440
201,598
15,495,038
15,298,872
196,166
15,495,038
15,306,858
188,180
15,495,038
15,311,146
183,892
15,495,038
15,313,292
181,746

284,084,240 222,660,640
190,579,340 124,347,790
93,504, 900 98,312,850
305,956,440 241,572,930
213,417,165 138,591,490
92,539,275 102,981,440
327,892, 200 259,042, 230
229,980,380 149,305,990
97,911,820 109,736,240
345,659,880 272.031,680
245,749,120 158,211,100
99,910,760 113,820,580
368,062, 520 294,775,190
267,582,440 173,466,350
100,480,080 121,308,840
393,487,120 320,422, 600
296, 566,165 197,709,340
96,920,955 122,713, 260
417,236,040 ! 345,440,860
325,712,835 I 227,123,550
91,523,205 | 118,317,310
440,505,940 j 371,821,020
355,196,785 ! 260,501,070
85,309,155 | 111,319,950
466,042,000 j 398,040,010
384,085,330 293,828,720
81,956,670 i 104,211,290
488,336,800 416,959,700
405,546,320 317,672,780
82,790,480 | 99,286,920
502,277,620 ! 427,627,990
425,853,955 ! 337,999,280
76,423,665 j 89,628,710
520,506,800 | 442,223,330
453,086,540 I 364,436,600
67,420,260 77,78(5,780
532,659,620 j 451,361,990
476,027,775 ! 386,221,110
56,631,845 ! 65,140,880
544,788,840 j 461,240,000
494,306,190 j 403,621,260
50,482,650 57,618,740
561,426,260 474,952,880
511,284,975 421,173.990
50,141,285 i 53,778,890

135,525,060
70,470,560
65,054,500
146,883,340
79,063,560
67, 819,780
157,399,020
85,146,860
72,252,160
165,327,960
90,096,400
75,231,560
178,816,340
98,099,840
80,716,500
195,035,680
111,434,140
83,601,540
211,576,920
128,492,760
83,084,160
228,841,820
149,635,240
79,206,580
246,363,460
171,275,940
75,087,520
258,912,360
187,957,120
70,955,240
206,022,900
201,838,860
64,184,040
275,754,140
218,806,920
56,947,220
281,804,220
232,686,320
49,117,900
288,323,560
244,251,900
44,071,660
297,355,680
256,301,380
41,0{>4,300

53,990,050
31,733,950
22,256,100
57,379,900
36,411,100
20,968,800
60,589, 050
39,263,150
21,325,900
62, 694,250
41,274,950
21,419,300
67,879,700
44,594,500
23,285,200
72,667,200
49.009,100
211 658,100
77,801,450
54,535,150
23,266,300
83,051,500
60,828,650
22,222,850
87, 927, 650
C7, 288,100
20, 639, 550
90, 759,700
72, 565,050
18,194,650
! 92,481,650
! 76,807,150
| 15,674,500
I 94,893,350
81,230,400
| 13, 662,950
95, 997,250
84,750,700
11,246,550
97,468,100
87,709,800
9,758,300
99,848.700
90,406,400
9,442,300

9,996,000 5,678,000
76,733,700
8,807,500 5,411,000
47,931, 700
1,188,500
267,000
28,802,000
81,292,300 10,090,000 0,214,000
9,447,500 5.900,000
54,185,900
642,500
314, 000
27,106,400
85,074,000 10,270, 000 6,350,000
y,643,500 6,057,000
58,160,400
626,500
293,000
26,913,600
87,951,000 I 10,366,500 I 6,373, 000
9,742,000 6,124,000
61,060,100
624,500
26,890,900 {
249,000
95,973,200 j 10,964,500 7,154, 000
66,020,200 j 10,247,500 | I}, 943,000
717,000 I 211,000
29,953,000 j
103,513,800 11.378,500 7,197, 000
71,913,000 10,440,000 6,990,000
31,600,800
938,500
207,000
111,474,200 11,560,500 7, 287,000
78,912, 500 10,683,500 7,092,000
32,561,700
883,000
195,000
119,977,000 11.853,000 7,379,000
87,454,300 10, 990, 500 7,156,000
862,500
223,000
32,522,700
128,770,600 I 11,947,000
'.379,000
',238,000
97,192,200 ! 11.363,500
31,578,400 | 583,500 i 141,000
134,202,100 ! 11,947.000
".379,000
105,533,000 ! 11,509,000
.290,000
28,669,100 | 878,000
89,000
137,516,600 ' 11,947,000 7,379,000
112,745,300 11,646,500 j 7,305,000
24,771, 300
o00,500 | 74,000
142,217,600 11,947,000 7,379.000
119,872,000 11,706,500 7,320|000
240,500
59,000
22, 345, 600
144,384,000 11,947,000 7,379,000
125,601,800 11.737,500 7,327,000
209,500
18, 782, 200
52,000
147,273,300 11,947,000 7.379,000
130,537,200 11,764,000 7,333,000
46,000
183,000
16, 736,100
151,976,100 11,947,000 7,379, 000
135,172, 500 11,779,500 7,337,000
167,500
42,000
16,803,600

823,079,650
507,208, 460
315,871,190
886,904,855
567,264,295
319, 640, 560
945,281,215
610,160,297
335,120,918
989, 068,985
647,020,663
342,048,322
1, 062,290,165
703, 365,263
358,924,902

75, 611,240

1,142, 366,615
781,383,902
360, 982, 713

80, 076,450

1,221,047,685
870,288.010
350,759^675 !

78, 681,070

1,302,093,995
969,641,051
332,452,944

81, 046, 310

1.385,134,435
1,070,261,507
314,872,928

83, 040, 440

|1,447,161,375
1,146,170,8(59
300,990,506
1,483,917,475
1,212,265,888
271,651,587
1,533,585,935
1,294,541,113
239,044,822
1,564,197,795
1,362,453,706
201,744,089
1,597,084,515
1,417,634,557
.179, 449, 958

62, 026,940

1,643,550,335 j
1,471,571,662
171,978,673 !

46,465,820

63, 825,205
58, 376,360
43, 787,770
73, 221,180

36, 756,100
49,668,460

30,611,860

32,880,720

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FROM 1864 TO 1904, INCLUSIVE—Continued.
Ones.

Issued.
Redeemed . . .
Outstanding .
Issued
Redeemed . . .
Outstanding .
Issued
Redeemed . . .
Outstanding .
Issued
Redeemed . . .
Outstanding .
Issued . . . —
Redeemed . . .
Outstanding .
Issued .
Redeemed . . .
Outstanding .
Issued
Redeemed . . .
Outstanding .
Issued
Redeemed . . .
Outstanding .
Issued.
Redeemed . . .
Outstanding .
Issued
Redeemed . . .
Outstanding .
Issued.
Redeemed . . .
Outstanding .
Issued
Redeemed . . .
Outstanding .
Issued
Redeemed . . .
Outstanding .

Twos.

Fives.

Tens.

Twenties.

Fifties.

One
hundreds.

Five
hundreds.

One thou- j
sands, j

Total.

$23,169,677 $15,495,038 $577,190,300 $491,530,600 $308,389,420 $102,085,
$156, 315,100 $11,947,000 $7,379,000 ,693,501,685
139, 439,800 11,794,000 7,345,000 ,521,464,764
22,806,348 15,316,106 527,218,370 437,176, 700 267,451,740 92,916,
172,036,921
9,168,
16, 875,300
363,329
178,932 49,971,930 54,353,900 40,937,680
153,000
34,000
163, 949,500 11, §47,000 7,379,000
23,169, 677 15,495,038 605,475,540 519,398,970 326,900,880 105,970,
779,686,355
143, 918,400 11,807, 500 7,346,000
22,810,808 15,319,508 543,392,670 452,919,540 278,070,440 95,400,
570, 985,166
66, 479, 430
48,830,440 10,570,
20, 031,100
358,869
175,530 62,082,870
139, 500
33,000
208, 701,189
168. 740,100 11,947,000 7,379,000
846,272,715
23,169,677 15,495 038 630,757,720 539,903,580 340,460,600 108,420,
149, 084,000 11,817,500 7,348,000
639, 132,611
22,813,727 15,321,664 568,047,950 474,251,610 292,191, 960 98,256,
48,268, 640 10,163,
19, 656,100
207, 140,104
355,950
173,374 62,709,770 65,651,970
129,500
31,000
903, 453,755
23,169,677 15,495,038 652,869, 420 556,374,550 351,310,920 111,083,050 173,825,100 11,947,000 7,379, 000
689, 962,608
22,816,231 15,323, 762 587,176,685 489,894, 730 302,298,800 100,367,300 152,911,100 11,824,000 7,350,000
i56, 479,820
49,012,120 10,715,750 20,914,000
213, 491,147
353,446
171,276 65,692,735
123,000
29,000
981, 552,335
23,169,677 15, 495,038 682,044,800 580,697,100 367, 415,620 113,923,900 179,480,200 11,947,000 7, 379,000
747, 114,763
22,817,982 15,325,066 606,223,735 508,853,150 314,158, 980 102,940,650 157,615, 700 11,828,500 7,351,000
234, 437,572
53,256,640 10,983,250 21,864,500
71,843,950
351,695
169,972 75,821,065
118,500
28,000
064, 079,225
23,169,677 15,495,038 715,811,820 604,188,140 382,964,400 117,184,950 185,939,200 11,947,000 7,379,000
834, 063,000
22,819,141 15,326,004 642,879,715 533,020, 990 330,176,200 106,399,050 164,254, 400 11,836,500 7,351,000
230, 016,225
71,167,150
52,788,200 10,785,900 21,684,800
350,536
169,034 72,932,105
110,500
28,000
143,548,435
23,169, 677 15,495,038 744,880,780 628,256,250 | 398,844,140 120,684,300 192,892, 300 11,947,000 7,379,000
904, 033,027
22,820,496 15,326,836 670,888,605 553,593,290 343,369,700 109,191,200 169,653,400 11,838,500 7,351,000
239, 515,458
349,181
168,202 73,992,175 74,662,960 55,474, 440 11,493,100 23,238,900
108,500
28,000
23,169,677 15,495,038 771,540,360 648,025,440 411,949,920 123,193,200 197,877,500 11,947,000 7,379,000 2,210,577,135
22,821,399 15,327,570 696,080,655 572,065,230 I 355,470,780 111,900,000 174, 765,300 11,842, 500 7,351,000 1,967,624,434
348,278
167,468 75,459, 705 75,960,210 J 56,479,140 11,293,200 23,112,200
104,500
28,000
242,952,701
23,169, 677 15,495,038 793,221,520 718,638,230 ] 458,928,920 131,381,650 214,224, 900 11,947,000 7,379,000 2,374,385,935
22,822,125 15,327,982 722,857,925 195,549,950 I 370,520,820 {
115,194,750 181,335,700 11,844,500 7,352,000 2,042,805,752
347,552
167,056 70,363, 595 123,088,280 88,408,100 16,186,900 32,889,200
27,000
331,580,183
102,500
23,169,677 15,495,038 811,372,680 773,811,540 495,635, 500 135,738,100 222,937, 600 11,947,000 7,379,000 2,497,486,135
22,822,948 15,328,632 751,107,035 630,531.420 391,181,100 119,005,900 188,506, 700 11,850,000 7,354,000 2,137,687,735
166,406 60,265,645 143,280', 120 104,454, 400 16,732,200 34,430, 900
97,000
25,000
346,729
359,798,400
23,169, 677 15,495,038 836,516,480 831,418,770 534,035,360 139,790,950 231,043, 300 11,947,000 7,379,000 2,630, 795,575
22,823,693 15,329,064 775,033,700 677,153,380 419,234, 460 123,843, 700 197,809,900 11,851,000 7,354,000 2,250,432,897
165,974 61,482,780 154,265,390 114,800,900 15,947,250 33,233,400
96,000
25,000
380, 362,678
345,984
23,169, 677 15,495,038 868,388, 540 913,971,810 589,070, 720 145,720,550 242,902, 500 11,947,000 7,379,000 2,818,044,835
15,329,078 806,107,560 738,070,880 459,117,980 129,286,850 208,604,800 11,853,000 7,354,000 2,398,547,869
22.823, 721
165,960 62,280,980 175,900,9oO 129,952, 740 16,433,700
94,000
34,297,700
25,000
419,496,966
345,956
23,169,677 15,495,038 902,281, 700 1,009,278,600 652,608,580 152,628,650 256,718,700 11,947,000 7,379,000 3,031, 506,945
15,329,872 840,173,505 815,500,950 506,857,140 134,915,750 219,528,400 11,853,500 7, 355,000 2,574, 338,867
22.824, 750
37,190, 300
93,500
457,168,078
165,166 62,108,195 193,777,650 145,751,440 17,712,900
344,927
24,000




NOTE.—First issue December 21, 1863; first redemption April 5, 1865.

117

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
No.

24.—NATIONAL

GOLD

BANK NOTES ISSUED, REDEEMED, AND
STANDING OCTOBER 31, 1904.

AMOUNT OUT-

Issued.
$364,140
746,470
722,580
404,850
809,700
342,500
75,000

$346,640.00
721,260.00
706,060. 00
399,150.00
800,800. 00
340,500. 00
75,000. 00

$17,500.00
25,210.00
16, 520. 00
5. 700. 00
8,900.00
2,000.00
75,830.00
+ 101.50

13 3KQ -°,On fiO

Fives
Tens
Twenties
Fifties
One hundreds
Five hundreds
One thousands
Total
Unredeemed fractions
Total

Redeemed. Outstanding.

3,465, 240 3,389,410.00
-104.50

Denomination.

75,934.50

.
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No. 25.—NATIONAL-BANK NOTES OF E A C H DENOMINATION OUTSTANDING ON MARCH 13,
1900, AND ON OCTOBER 31, 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903, AND 1904.

Denomination.
Ones
Twos
Fives
Tens
Twenties

Mar. 13,1900.

Oct. 31,1901.

Fifties
One hundreds
Five hundreds
One thousands
Unredeemed fractions
Total
Circulation secured by lawful money
Circulation secured by bonds
Denomination.

.
. .

Total
Circulation secured by lawful m o n e y
Circulation secured by b o n d s

.

$347,552.00
167,056.00
70,363, 595. 00
123,088,280.00
88,408,100. 00
16,186, 900.00
32,889,200.00
102,500.00
27, GOO. 00
33,085.00

$346, 729.00
166,406.00
60,265, 645.00
143,280,120. 00
104,454,400.00
16,732,200. 00
34,430,900. CO
97,000.00
25, 000. C
O
34,315.00

254,026,230.00

331,613,268.00

359,832, 715. 00

38,004,155.00
216,022,075.00

32, 784. 203. 00
298,829,065. 00

31,634,101.00
328,198, 611.00

Oct. 31,1902.

Oct. 31,1903.

$345,984. 00
165, 974. 00
61,482,780.00
154,265, 390.00
114,800, 900. 00
15, 947,250. 00
33,233,400.00
96,000.00
25,000.00
85,431.50

$345, 956. 00
165, 960. 00
62,280,980.00
175,900, 930.00
129, 952, 740.00
16,433, 700.00
34,297, 700.00
94,000. 00
25,000. 00
36,492.50

$344,927.00
165,166.00
62,108,195.00
193,777,650.00
145 751,440 00
17,712,900.00
37,190, 300.00
93, 500. 00
24,000.00
37,487. 00

380,398,109.50

. . .

Ones
Twos
Fives
Tens
Twenties
...
Fifties
One hundreds
Five hundreds
One thousands
Unredeemed fractions

$348,275.00
167,466.00
79, 310, 710.00
79,378,160. 00
58, 770, 660.00
11,784,150.00
24,103,400.00
104,000. 00
27,000. 00
32,409.00

Oct. 31,1900.

419,533,458. 50

457,205,565.00

44,614,920.50
335, 783,189.00

38,882,637. 50
380,650,821.00

32,674,984.00
424,530,581.00

Oct. 31,1904.

No. 26.—NATIONAL-BANK
NOTES OUTSTANDING AND THE AMOUNT AND P E R CENT
OF NOTES OF $5 ON MARCH 14, 1900, OCTOBER 31, 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903, AND 1904.

Date.
March 14, 1900 .
October 31, 190C
October 31. 1901
October 31, 1902
October 31, 1903
October 31, 1904.




Total

circulation.
$254,026, 230
331,580,183
359,798,400
380,362,678
419,496,966
457,168,078

$5 notes.
Amount.
$79,310,710
70, 363,595
60,265, 645
61,482,780
62,280,980
62,108,195

Per cent.
31.2
21.2
16.7
16.1
14. 8
13. G

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No. 27.—NUMBER AND DENOMINATIONS OF NATIONAL-BANK NOTES ISSUED AND
REDEEMED SINCE THE ORGANIZATION OF THE SYSTEM AND THE NUMBER OUTSTANDING OCTOBER 31, 1904.
Denomination.

Outstanding.

Issued.
23,169,677
7,747,519
180,456, 340
100,927,860
32,630,429
3, 052,573
2, 567.187
23,894
7,379

Total

22,824,750
7,664,936
168,034,701
81,550,095
25,342,857
2,698,315
2,195, 284
23, 707
7,355

344,927
82 583
12,421, 639
19,377,765
7,287,572
354,258
371,903
187
24

350, 582,858

Ones
Twos
Fives
Tens
.. .
Twenties
Fifties
One hundreds
Five hundreds ...
One thousands ..

Redeemed.

310, 342,000

40, 240, 858

No. 28.—VAULT ACCOUNT OF CURRENCY RECEIVED AND ISSUED BY THIS BUREAU
DURING THE YEAR AND THE A MOUNT ON HAND OCTOBER 3 1 , 1904.
National-bank currency in vault at close of business October 31, 1903
$153,286,420
Amount received from Bureau of Engraving and Printing during year ended October
31,1904
".
218,607,110
Total to account for
Amount issued to banks during the year
Amount withdrawn from vault and canceled

$213,462,110
8,305,070

371,893,530

Total withdrawn

221,767,180

Amount in vault at close of business October 31,1904

150,126,350

N o . 2 9 . — N A T I O N A L B A N K S W H I C H H A D NO C I R C U L A T I O N O U T S T A N D I N G O C T O B E R 3 1 ,

1904.
Title and location of bank.
Merchants' National Bank, New York, N. Y. • Chemical National Bank, New York, N. Y
Chestertown National Bank, Chestertown, Md
National Bank of Washington, D. C
Fletcher National Bank, Indianapolis, Ind
National Exchange Bank, Castleton, N. Y
Irvington National Bank, Irvington, N. Y
First National Bank, Oxford, Ala
Rogers National Bank, Jefferson, Tex
Kyle National Bank, Kyle, Tex
Total




Capital.

Bonds.

$2,000,000
300,000
60,000
200, 000
500,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000

$50,000
50,000
15,000
50,000
50,000
6,250
6,250
6,500
6, 250
6,250

3,185,000

246,500

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No. 30.—"ADDITIONAL CIRCULATION" ISSUED AND RETIRED, BY STATES, DURING
THE YEAR ENDED OCTOBER 31, 1904, AND TOTAL AMOUNT ISSUED AND RETIRED

SINCE JUNE 20, 1874.«
Circulation issued.
State or Territory.

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia
Virginia
West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee
Missouri
Ohio
Indiana ..
Illinois...
Michigan.
Wisconsin
Iowa
Minnesota
Kansas . . .
Nebraska
Nevada
Oregon
Colorado
Idaho
Montana
Wyoming
North Dakota
South Dakota
Washington
California
Utah
New Mexico
Arizona
Oklahoma
Indian Territory
Alaska
Hawaii
Porto Rico

Under act j
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1882.

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200,000

Total
Surrendered to this office
and retired

From June 20, 1874, to Oct.
31, 1903
Surrendered a n d retired
same dates
Grand total .

Total.

$104,500 !
218,000
245,000
4,681,705
900,000
877,500
13,447,200
389,500
8,147,050
47,500
1,235,000
38, 070
951,000
1,401,450
1,515
988,800
537,250
374,450
532,000
422,750
1,273,750 |
350,000 I
146,250
26,990 3,290,700
169,750 j
81, \ 57 j 2,208,300 i
713,470 I
9,250 [
J 1,993,050 I
395,207 4.364,800 !
13,725 2;139,250 i
223,700 2,035,750 !
641,440
15,157
853,050
57, 680
29,400 1,480,800
65,000 1,330,270 !
1,160,740 I
791,950 I
19,500
200,000 !
97,500 i
507,250
21, '297
75,250
181,080
G2, 550
58,250 I
10, 000
197,750 I
31,910
178,900 I
\
75,000 I
I
5 • 1,586,450 ;
11,850 I 100,000
193,750
75,050
450, 500
520, 750

$38, 480
4,640
38,984
33,010
19, 337
115, 672
20, 810
147,825

1,330,721

Circulation retired.
i Under act
' of J u n e 20,
1874.

I Insolvent
j and
•liquidating
banks.

$54,953
$236, 818
129,325
20,523
21.212
329,637
3,327,882
1,132,842
969,965
22y,293
141,810
107,732
11,974,705
1,803,275
452,020
88,635
1,004, 289
4,167,049
3, 335
3 , 335
'
'""563*823'
106,883
670,706
32,960
32,960
341*, 030
118,825
459,855
221,240
44,842
266,082
35,650
14,258
49,908
20, 992
20,992
75, 631
63," 720'
139,351
48,250
48,250
19,'350'
63,964
83,314
33,050
42, 821
75,871
12, 900
143,982
156,882
251,630
135,242
386,872
2,970
2,970
54, 948
""9657413"
1,020, 361
27,552
80,200
107,752
1,005,275
225,926
1,231,201
761,400
1,355,851
2,117,251
351, 990
108,803
460,793
237,032
745,431
982,463
44,550
227,830
272, 380
409,053
72,003
481,056
125,665
119,857
245,522
141,705
42,225
183,930
31,450
24,598
56,048
142,680
52,240
194,920
700
700
13,270
13,270 I
63,860
125,272
61,412
2
2, 593
2j591 !
39,050 I
54,741
15,691 j
29,250 1
33,790
4,540 i
!
1,000
11,920
10,920
4,080
4,080
"5," 656'
45,315
40,265
71,570
51, 570
20,000
2,500
2, 500
18,821
18,821

$164,500
256,480
249,640
4,720, 689
933,010
896,837
13,562,872
410,310
8,294,875
47,500
1,271,070
951,000
1,402,965
988,800
537,250
374,450
532,000
422,750
1,273,750
350,000
146,250
3,317,690
169,750
2,289,457
722,720
1,993,050
4,560,007
2,152,975
2, 259,450
656,597
910,730
1,510,200
1,395,270
1,160,740
811,450
200,000
97,500
528,547
75, 250
213,630
68,250
229,660
178,900
75,000
4,586,455
111,850
193,750
75,050
450,500
520,750

$181,865
108,802
308,425
2,195.040
740,672
34.078
10,171 \ 430
363,385
3,162,760

2,100

37, 850
24,735

39,950
24,735

200,000

68,201, 455 69,532,176

23,265,575

8,663,918 j 31,929,493

!

699,457,872 1421,003,468 189,266,992

i

214,210

610,270,460
19,032,403

1,330,721 ! 68,201,455 768,990,048 ;444,269,043 |l97,930,910 | 661,446,566
a Notes of gold banks not included in this table




120

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

No. 31.—NATIONAL-BANK
NOTES RECEIVED MONTHLY FOR REDEMPTION BY T H E
COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY DURING T H E Y E A R ENDED OCTOBER 31,
1904,
AND T H E A M O U N T R E C E I V E D DURING T H E SAME P E R I O D AT T H E R E D E M P T I O N
AGENCY OF T H E TREASURY, TOGETHER WITH T H E TOTAL AMOUNT R E C E I V E D
S I N C E T H E A P P R O V A L O F T H E A C T O F J U N E 20, 1874.«

Received by the Comptroller of the Currency.
From naFrom the redemption agency.
tional banks
in connection
For reduc- Insolvent
with reduction of
tion of circu- For replace- circulation
and
lation and
liquidating
ment with
under
replacement new notes. actofJune national
with new
banks.
20, 1874.
notes.

Month.

1, 350

$8,940,547
9,481,860
11,239,370
12,921,995
13,454,248
11,296,645
12, 847,995
13,919,195
12,586,645
12,079, 365
12,301,862
12,719,143

$1, 593,890
1,525,120
2,441,460
2,103,802
2,531,420
2,181,193
2,050, 932
2,212,528
2,064,382
1, 787, 398
1,546,613
1,226,837

$865,442
554,938
608,247
880,975
771,243
705, 739
776,466
832,151
734,704
665,146
681,792
587,074

•811,400, 279
11,562,418
14,357,928
15, 930,022
16,762,581
14,184,977
15,675,643
16,994,174
15,437,231
14,533,411
14,530,267
14,534,404

$13,654,484
22,080,483
29,541, 701
21,006,260
21,567,430
23, 783,646
25,702,886
28, 676,063
27,138,361
24,922,175
18,187,050
20,200,160

184,972

143, 788,870

23,265,575

8,663,918

175,903,336

276,460, 699

19,023,057 1,609,829,409 421,003,469 189,267, 952 2,239,122,887

3,534,620,171

19,208,029 1,753,618,279 444,269, 044 197,931,870 2, 415,026, 223

3,811,080,870

November, 1903
December, 1903
January, 1904
February, 1904
March, 1904
April, 1904
May, 1904
June, 1904
July, 1904
August, 1904
September, 1904
October, 1904
Total
Received from June
20, 1874, to Oct. 31,
1903
Grand total

Total.

Received
at the
United States
Treasury
redemption
agency.

$400
500
68, 350
23,250
5, 670
1,400
250
30,300
51,500
1.502

ct Notes of gold banks not included in this table.
No.

32.—NATIONAL-BANK
NOTES RECEIVED AT THIS
BUREAU AND DESTROYED
Y E A R L Y SINCE T H E E S T A B L I S H M E N T OF THIS SYSTEM.

Date.
Prior to Nov. 1,1865
During year ended Oct. 31—
1866
1867
1868
1869 .
1870
1871
1872
1873
1874
1875
1876
1877
1878
1879
1880
1881
1882
1883
1884
1885
1886
1887




Amount.

Date.

Amount.

D u r i n g v e a r e n d e d Oct. 31—•
$175,490
859,568,525
1888
1,050,382 :
1889
52, 207, 627
3,401,423 i
1890
44,447,467
4,602,825 !
1891
45,981,963
1892
8,603,729 !
43, 885, 319
14,305,689 |
1893
44,895,466
24,344,047 1
1894
•
62,835,395
30,211,720 |
1895
46,997, 527
36,433,171 i
1898
53, 613,811
49,939,741 j
83,159,973
1897
137,697,696 |
66,683, 467
1898
98,672,716 |
59,988,303
1899
1900
76 918,963 i
71 065 968
1901
57,381,249 i
90, 848,100
1902
41,101,830 i
107,222, 495
35,539,660 !
140,306,990
1903
54,941,130 '•
167,118,135
1904
74,917,611 : Additional amount of insolvent and
82,918,766 I
liquidating national-bank notes
208,631,846
93,178,418 > destroyed
3,389, 305
91,048,723 ! Gold notes
59,989,810 i
Total
47,726,083 I
«2,577,673, 755

a In addition, $16,930, destroyed in transit.

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121

No. 33.—NATIONAL-BANK NOTES ISSUED DURING EACH Y E A R FROM 1864 TO 1904,
INCLUSIVE; RATIONAL-BANK NOTES DESTROYED OF ACTIVE BANKS, INSOLVENT AND
LIQUIDATING BANKS, AND TOTAL DESTRUCTIONS FOR EACH Y E A R DURING THE SAME
PERIOD, AND ALSO THE PERCENTAGE OF DESTRUCTIONS TO ISSUES.
Destroyed.
Year.

1864
1865
1866
1867
1868
1869
1870
1871
1872
1873
1874
1875
1876
1877
1878
1879
1880
1881
1882
1883
1884
1885
1886
1887
1888
1889
1890
1891
1892
1893
1894
1895
1896
1897
1898
1899
1900
1901
1902
1903
1904

Issued, a

$58. 813,980
146, 285, 475
89, 485, 759
9,616, 927
6,165,135
8,376, 450
16, 667,875
48, 660,710
50, 888,475
46, 235,375
51, 766,644
136, 025,195
78, 480,410
75, 611,240
63, 825,205
58, 376,360
43, 787,770
73, 221,180
80, 076, 450
78, 681,070
81, 046,310
83, 040,440
62, 026,940
36, 756,100
49, 668,460
30, 611,860
32, 886,720
46, 465.820
49, 951;350
86. 184.670
66; 586;360
181,040
57, 098,580
78, 526,890
82, 469,260
79. 028,650
67i 808,800
163, 100,200
123, 309,440
133, 249, 260
187, 462,110
213,

Insolvent
a n d liquiActive banks. dating
banks.

$1,225,872
3,401,423
4,602,825
8,603,729
14. 305,689
24i 344,047
30,211, 720
36,433,171
49,939,741
137,697,696
98,672,716
76,918,963
57,381,249
41,101,830
35,539,660
64,941,130
74, 917, 611
82,913,766
93,178,418
91,048,723
59, 989, 810
47,726,083
59,568, 525
52,207,627
44,447,467
45,981,963
43,885,319
44.895,466
62,835,395
46,997,527
53,613,811
83,159,973
66.683,467
59,988,303
71,065,968
90,818,100
107,222, 495
140,306,990
167,118,135

$272,383
207,639
540,176
164,888
227,702
1,700,731
4,161,137
2,445, 355
1,388,671
3,937, 387
3,116,642
2,688,157
2,674,586
1,794,172
1,320,706
1,403, 470
3,101, 028
5,990,342
6,174,623
9,571,733
15,919,552
18,368,936
22, 706, 700
15,704,966
10,733, 384
7,955,142
6,007,783
4,624,936
5,312,050
3,832,470
3, 538,344
3, 788,264
3,286, 560
3,603,104
4,115,350
4,033,883
5,522,667
7, 805.620
8, 663; 918

Total.«

Per cent
destruc- Per cent
! Total out- tions ac- destructive
tions to
| standing.
banks to issues.
issues.

$464, 250
1,034,005
3, 609,062
5,143, 001
8, 768,617
14,533, 391
26,044, 778
34,372, 857
38, 878,526
51,328, 412
141,635, 083
101,789, 358
79,607, 120
60,055, 835
42,896, 002
36,860, 366
56,344, 600
78,018, 639
88,904, 108
99,353, 041
100,620, 456
75, 909,362
66,095, 019
82,275, 225
67,912, 593
55,180, 851
53,937, 105
49,893, 102
49,520, 402
68,147, 445
50,829, 997
155
57,152, 237
86,948, 027
69,970, 407
63,591, 318
75,181, 983
94,881,
112,745, 162
148,112, 610
175,782, 053

$58,813,
204,635,
293,086,
299, 094,
300,116,
299,724,
301,859,
324,475,
340,990,
348,34"
348,785,
343,176,
319,867,
315,871,
319, 640,
335,120,
342,048,
358,924,
360,982,
350,759,
332,452,
314,872,
300,990,
271,651,
239,044,
201,744,
179,449,
171,978,
172,036,
208,701.
207,140,
213,491,
234,437,
230.016,
239,515.
242,952',
331,580,
359,798.
380,362;
419.496,
45?; 205,

0.52
35. 36
74. 64
102. 71
85. 82
50.02
59. 36
78. 79
96.47
101. 23
125.73
101. 72
89.91
70.40
81.16

75.03
93.55
105.37
114. 96
109.64
96.71
129. 84
119.93
170.54
135.15
98. 95
87.85
52.09
94. 36
82.18
68. 64
100. 76
83.91
89. 49
43. 88
73. 80
80. 56
74. 93
78. 29

0.65
37.52
83.42
104.68
87.19
53.52
67.54
84.08
99.15
104.12
129.70
105. 28
94.09
73.48
84.18
76.95
97.42
112.99
122.58
121.17
122.38
179. 82
165.65
221.86
167. 79
116.08
99. 88
57. 45
102.34
88.89
73.18
105. 35
88. 04
94.87
45. 89
77.07
84. 57
79.09
82.35

"Notes of gold banks not included.
No. 34.—VAULT ACCOUNT OF CURRENCY RECEIVED AND DESTROYED
Y E A R ENDED OCTOBER 31, 1904.

DURING THE

There was in the vault of the redemption division of this office, awaiting destruction, at
the close of business October 31, 1903
$444.002. 50
Received during the year ended October 31, 1904
175,904,626.00
Total
Withdrawn and destroyed during the year
Balance in vault October 31, 1904




176, 318, 628. 50
175,783,343.50
565,285.00

122

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

No, 35.—TAXES ASSESSED ON CIRCULATION, DEPOSITS, AND CAPITAL OF NATIONAL
BANKS, 1864 TO 1882.
On circulation.

Year.
1864
1865
1868
1867
1868
1869
1870
1871
1872
1873
1874
1875
1876
1877
1878
] 879
1880
1881
1882

.

.

Total

$53 193 32
733 247 59
2,106,785.30
2, 868, 636. 78
2,946,343.07
2, 957, 416. 73
2, 919, 744.13
2,987.021.69
3,1.03, 570.03
3 353 186 13
3, 404, 483.11
3 283 450 89
3,091,795.76
2, 900,957. 53
2, 948, 047.08
3, 009, 647.16
3,153,635.63
3,121,374.33
3,190,981.98
o° °53 518

91

Total.

On deposits.

On capital.

S95.911.87
1 087 530 86
2,633,102.77
2, 650,180.09
2,564,143.44
2,614,553.58
2, 614, 767. 61
2,802,840.85
3,120,984.37
3 196 569 * 9
>
3,209,967.72
3, 514,265. 39
3,505,129.64
3, 451, 965, 38
3,273,111.74
3,309,608.90
4,058,710.61
4, 940,945.12
« 8,295, 717. 93

$18,432.07
133 251 15
406,947.74
321,881.38
306,781.67
31?,918.68
375,962.26
385,292.13
389.356.27
454 891 51
469,0-18.02
507,417.76
632,296.16
660,784.90
560,296. 83
401,920.61
379,421,19
431,233.10
ci 707, 751. 33

$167,537.26
1 954 029 60
5,146, 835. 81
5, 840, 698.23
5, 817, 268.18
5 884,888 99
5, 940, 474.00
6,175,154.67
6, 703, 910.67
7 004 646 °3
7,083,498.85
7,305,134.04
7,229,221.56
7,013,707.81
6,781,455.65
6,721,236.67
7, 591, 770. 43
8.493,552.55
12; 194,451.24

60,940,067.16

7,855,887. 74

121,049,473.14

a To J u n e 1, 1883.

No. 36.—TAXES ASSESSED ON CAPITAL AND DEPOSITS OF NATIONAL BANKS FROM
1864 TO 1883, ON CIRCULATION FROM 18(54 TO 1904, AND ON CAPITAL AND SURPLUS (WAR REVENUE ACT OF 1898) TO JUNE 30, 1902.
Tax paid on
capital and
deposits.

Year.
1864
1865
1866
1867
1868
1869
1870
1871
1872
1873
1874
1875
1876
1877
1878
1879
1880
1881
1882
1883
1884

.

Total

...

.

...

$114, 343.94
1,220, 782.01
3,040,050.51
2,972,061.45
2,870,925 11
2,927,472. 26
2,990,729.87
3,188,132.98
3,510,340. 64
3.651,460.80
3^679,015.74
4,021,683.15
4,137,425.80
4,112, 750. 28
3, 833,408.57
3,711, 589. 51
4,438,134. 80
5,372 178.22
«9,003^ 469. 26

68, 795,951.90




T a x paid on
circulation.
$53,193. 32
733,247. 59
2,106,785.30
2, 868, 636. 78
2,946 343 07
2,957,416.73
2,949,744 13
2,987,021.69
3,193.570.03
3,353,186.13
3,404, 483.11
3, 283,450.89
3,091,795.76
2,900,957. 53
2,948,047 08
3,009,647.16
3,153,635.63
3 121 374 33
3,190,981.98
3,132, 006. 73
3,024,668.24

Year.

1885
1S86
1887
1888
1889
1890
1891
1892
1893
1894
1895
1896
1897
1898
1899
1900
1901
1902
1903
1904

584.01
021.33
92'^ 75
127.53
331.84
839.65
104. 72
287.26
489.69
095.18
007.69
676.03
703.65
817.71
713.31
922.73
231.08
309.15
819.92
827.49

Total.

a To J u n e 1,1883.

94,057,045. 93

$1, 752, 802. 00
1,730,251.00
1,731,929.00
1,833, 431.00-

7, 048, 413. 00

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123

o, 37.—TAXES ASSESSED ON NATIONAL BANK CIRCULATION, 1864 TO 1904; COST OF
KEDEMPTION, 1874 TO 1904; COST OF PLATES, A \ D EXAMINERS' FEES, 1883 TO 1904,

Year.

1864-1882
1874-1882
1883
1884
1885
1886
1887
1888
1889
1890
1891
1892
1893
1894
1895
1896
1897
1898
1899
1900
1901
1902
1903
1904

Semiannual
duty on
circulation.

, ti-m of n o t o
'
l,\ IMe
Ti.ited ' iaJeTiva ' i u v .

fOL

CO-l

>r (

plates,

Total

| 94,057,045.93

#1,971 •87.10
$25,980.00
147, 592.27
18,845. 00
160, 896. 65
13,150. 00
181, 857.16
14,810.00
168, 243.35
18,850. 00
138, 967.00
14,100.00
141, 141.48
12, 200. 00
131, 190. 67
24,175. 00
107, 843.39
99, 366.52 i 18, 575. 00
15, 700.00
100. 593. 70
14.225.00
103; 032. 96
4.050.00
107, 445.14
4, 950.00
352.79
100,
5,450.00
114, 085.63
3, 050. 00
061.73
125,
5,275. 00
125, 924.35
8,200.00
121, 291.40
29, 200.00
122, 984.76
85, 975.00
146, 236.18
43, 200. 00
153, 796. 33
54,475.00
477. 62
174,
45, 500.00
a 219, 093.13
4,963,061.31

Toltal.

5'MO,
K. S. ^.

id

h. mk-f

$52, 253,518. 24
3,132, 006.73
3,024, 608. 24
2, 794.584.01
2, 592!021.33
2. 044!922. 75
1, 616,
127.53
1,410,331.84
1,254. 839.65
1,216! 104.72
1, 331!287. 26
1,443, 489.69
l,72l! 095.18
1, 704!007. 69
1, 851,676.03
2, 020!703. 05
1,901! 817.71
l,99l! 743.31
1,881. 922.73
1, 599!221.08
1,638! 309.15
1,708, 819. 92
1, 928!827. 49

•sintnt

ii H'T

$34,120.00 |
1,950.00 I
97,800.00 !
24,825.00 j
1,750.00 |
3,900.00 |
575.00
725.00
7,200. 00,
8,100. 00
5,200.00
4, 375. 00
6, 875. 00
3,750.00
1, 700.00
1, 775. 00
2,850. 00
15,050.00
13,500. 00
14, 425. 00
40,325. 00
12, 600. 00

479,935.00 > 303,370.00

•?52,253, 518. 24
1,971, 587.10
3,434, 305.16
3,306;001.94
3,195, 172. 90
2, 907,172.51
2.314;709.63
1J897. 046.87
1,685;023. 30
1,524,355.75
1,480, 215.63
1, 617,664. 64
1, 728,892. 24
2,088, 932.11
2,054, 437.75
2, 212,765.17
2.373, 374.30
2. 260,237.33
2,368,988.33
2, 308,322.35
2,122, '48.33
2,152, 027.11
2,302, 696. 51

$94,600.16 i
99, 642,05 ;
107,781.73
107,272.83
110,219.88 i
121,777.86 i
130,725.79 /
130,772.71. i
138,969.39
161,983.68
162,444.59
251,966.79
238,252.27
237, 803. 51
222,858.92
225,445. 27
244, 903. 62
259,1.04. 86
277,810.07
307, 296. 63
324,598.97
346,895. 32

4,309,198.90 1104,112,611.14

a Cost of redemption per $1,000, &0.8471G.
No. 38.—TAXES COLLECTED ON NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL TO J U N E 1, 1883, AND FROM
1898 TO 1902; ON DEPOSITS TO J U N E 1, 1.883, AND OX CIRCULATION, 1864 TO 1904.
Collected
Collected
Collected
Collected

on
on
on
on

capital to June 1, 1883
capital under war revenue act of 1898
deposits to June 1, 1883
circulation to June SO, 1904

Total

$7,855,887. 74
7,048,413.00
60,940,067.16
94,057,045.93
169, 901,413, 83

No. 39.—TAXES COLLECTED ON CIRCULATION, DEPOSITS, AND CAPITAL OF BANKS,
OTHER THAN NATIONAL, BY THE INTERNAL REVENUE BUREAU, 1864 TO 1883, AND
ON CAPITAL, 1898 TO 1902.
Collected
Collected
Collected
Collected

on
on
on
on

circulation
deposits
capital to 1883.
capital under war-revenue act of 1898

Total




$5,487,608. 82
48,802,237.39
14,986,143.44
7,136, 754.00
76,412,743.65

124

BEPOET OF THE COMPTEOLLEE OF THE CUEEEJSTCY.

To. 40.—AVERAGE AMOUNT OF NATIONAL-BANK
NOTES IN CIRCULATION, AND
AMOUNT OF DUTY P A I D THEIVSON IN THE FISCAL Y E A R ENDED J U N E 30, 1904,
BY NATIONAL BANKS IN EACH STATE AND TERRITORY.

State, etc.

Average
amount of
notes in circulation.

Duty paid
on circulation.

Maine
New Hampshire .
Vermont
Massachusetts ...
Rhode Island
Connecticut

$5, 787,161
4,475, 775
4,559,149
26,180, 362
4,434,793
10,123, 605

#29, 437.05
23,337.65
23,387.42
331,566.67
22,440.32
51,657.22

Total, New England States.
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia .

55,566,845

281,626.33

65,536,523
8; 647, 916
53,080,658
968,888
6,867,860
1,634,496

331, 079.25
43, 778.30
269,299.26
5,092.61
34, 783.14
8,172.47

136,736, 341

692,205. 03

068,412
629,139
016,312
606,965
255,048
107,063
766,234
264,512
481,967
208,351
484,702
668, 970
853,220

26,018.98
18,588. 49
10, 268. 78
8,034. 78
16, 329. 74
5,597. 81
13,974. 27
6,322. 55
12,409.93
56,585.16
2,423. 48
48, 936.81
19,611.34

Total, Eastern States.
Virginia
West Virginia...
North Carolina .
South Carolina .
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee
Total, Southern States.
Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan ..
Wisconsin .
Minnesota.
Iowa
Missouri ...
Total, Middle States.

North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Indian Territory.
Total, Western States.
Washington .
Oregon
California ...
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
,
Arizona
Alaska

48,410,895

245,103.12

28,076,910
8,790,249
17, 963, 949
6,952,370
5,960, 989
5,990,750
9,756.130
17,123, 727

150,007.40
44,581.12
90, 713. 53
35, 555.85
29, 816.17
30,090. 99
49,042.96
86,132. 50

100,615,074 I 515,940.52
126,329
057,916
795,412
243,159
929,005
440,162
949,517
735,758
301,521
657,269

5,631.39
5,345. 97
24,347.57
31,316.71
4,819.25
2,200.83
20,121.56
3, 678.80
6,600.93
8,286. 33

22,236,048

112,349.34

594,572
565,029
636,728
335,180
309,546
120,500
367,264
6,355

8,593. 44
7,.948. 94
53,275. 37
1,736.51
6, 547. 71
602.50
1,836.34
31.77

Total, Pacific States.
Hawaii
Porto Rico.
Total, island possessions.
Total, United States



208,113

1,040.57

379,708,490

1,928,837.49

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

125

No. 41.—SPECIE AND BANK-NOTE CIRCULATION OF THE UNITED STATES IN THE YEARS
SPECIFIED FROM 1800 TO 1859.

[Prepared by Loans and Currency Division, Treasury Department.]

Year.

N u m b e r I Estimated
of banks; bank notes
and

branches ,'^tstonding

1800 ...
1810 ...
1820 ...
1830 ...
1831 ...
1832 ...
1833 ...
506
1834 . - 704
1835 ...
713
1836 ...
788
1837 ...
829
1838 ...
840
1839 ...
901
1840 ...
784
1841 ...
692
1842 ...
691
1843 ...
696
1844 ...
707
1845...
707
1846 ...
715
1847...
751
1848 ...
782
1849 ...
824
1850 ...
879
1851 ...
1852 ...
"'756'
1853 ...
1,208
1854 ...
1,307
1855 ...
1,398
1856 ...
1,416
1857 ...
1,422
1858 ...
1,476
1859 ...

$10, 500,000
28, 000,000
44, 800,000
61, 000,000
77, 000,000
91, 500,000
91, 500,000
94, 839,570
103, 692,495
140, 301,038
149, 185,890
116, 138,910
135, 170, 995
106, 968,572
107, 290,214
83, 734,011
58, 563,608
75, 167,646
89, 608,711
105, 552,427
105, 519,766
128, 506,091
114, 743,415
131, 366, 526
15f 165,251
171, 673,000
188, 181,000
204, 689,207
186, 952,223
195, 747,950
778,822
214, 208,344
155, 306,818
193,




$17,500, 000
30,000,000
24,300, 000
33,100,000
32,100,000
30,400,000
30,650, 000
41,000,000
51,000,000
65,000,000
73,000,000
87,500,000
87, 000, 000
83,000,000
80,000, 000
80,000,000
90,000,000
100.000,000
96', 000,000
97,000,000
120,000,000
112,000,000
120,000. 000
154,000,000
186,000, 000
204,000,000
236,000,000
241,000,000
250,000,000
250,000,000
260,000,000
260,000, 000
250,000,000

'81,500,000
a 3,000,000
a 2,000,000
5, 755, 705
6,014,540
4,502.914
2, 011 i 778
11,702,905
8,892,858
a 5,000,000
a 5,000,000
a 5, 000, 000
2, 466, 962
3,663,084
987, 345
230,484
1,449,472
7,857,380
7,658,306
9,126, 439
1,701,251
8,101,353
2.184,964
6;604,544
10,911,646
14,632,136
21,942,893
20,137,967
18,931,976
19,901,325
17,710,114
6, 398.316
4,339,276

a Specie in Treasury, estimated.

$4.99
7.60
6.96
6.69
7.04
8.64
8.60
8.64
9.86
13.17
13. 87
12.33
13.26
10.91

10. 59
9.02
7.87
8.68
8.95
9.43
10. 59
10.66
10.34
12.02
13.76
14.63
15.80
16.10

15. 34
15.16
15.81
13.78
14.35

126

REPORT

OF

THE

COMPTROLLER

OF T H E

CURRENCY.

No. 42.—COIN AND PAPER CIRCULATION OF THE UNITED STATES FROM 1860 TO 1904,
INCLUSIVE, WITH AMOUNT OF CIRCULATION PER CAPITA.

Year.

1860
1861
1862
1863
1864
1865
1866
1867
1868
1869
1870
1871
1872
1873
1874
1875
1876
1877
1878
1879
1880
1881
1882.1883
1884
1885
1886
1887
1888
1889
1890
1891
1892
1893
1894
1895
1896
1897
1898
1899
1900
1901
1902
1903
1904

Coin, including bullion in
the Treasury.

Circulation
per
capita.

U. P. notes
and bank i Total monev
notes.

$235,000,000 $207,102,477
250,000,000 202,005, 767
25,000,000 333,452,079
25,000,000 649,867,283
25,000,000 680,588,067
25,000, 000 745,129, 755
25,000,000 729,327,254
25,000,000 703,200,612
25,000, 000 691,553,578
25,000,000 690,351,180
25,000,000 697,868,461
25,000, 000 716, 812,174
25,000,000 737,721, 565
25,000,000 749,445,610
25,000,000 781,024,781
25,000, 000 773,273,509
52,418,734 738,264,550
65,837, 506 697,216,341
102,047,907 687,743, 069
357,268,178 676,372,713
494,363, 884 691,186,443
647,868,682 701,723,691
703,974,839 705,423,050
769, 740,048 702,754,297
801,068.939 686,180,899
872,175,823 665, 257, 727
903,027,304 658, 380,470
1,007,513,901 625,898,804
1,092,391,690 599,049,337
1,100,612,434 558, 059, 979
1,152,471,638 532,651,791
1,112,956,637 564,837,407
1,131.142,260 621,076,937
1,066,223,357 672, 585,115
1,098, 958,741 706,120,220
1,114,899,106 704,460,451
1,097,610,190 702, 364, 843
1,213, 780,289 692,216,330
1,397,785,969 675,788,473
1, 508,543,738 681,550,167
1,607,352,213 732,348, 460
1,734,861,774 748,285,518
1,829,913,551 733,353,107
1,905,116,321 779, 594, t)6(5
1,994,610,024 808,894, 111

$442, 102,477
452, 005,767
358, 452,079
674, 867.283
705, 588,067
770, 129,755
754, 327,254
728, 200,612
716, 553, 578
715, 351,180
722, 868,461
741, 812,174
762, 721,565
774, 445, 610
806, 024,781
798, 273, 509
790, 683.284
763, 053, 847
789, 790,976
1,033, 640,891
1,185, 550,327
M 4 9 , 592, 373
1,409, 397,889
1,472, 494,345
1,487, 249,838
1,537, 433, 550
1,561, 407, 774
1,633, 412,705
1,691, 441,027
1, 658, 672,413
1,685, 123,429
1,677, 794,044
1,752, 219,197
1,738, 808,472
1,805, 078,961
1,819, 359,557
1,799, 975,033
1,905, 996,619
2, 073, 574,442
2,190, 093,905
2, 339, 700,673
'2, 48'S, 147,292

2, 563, 266,658
2, 684, 710, 987
2, 803, 504,135

$6,695,220
3, 600,
COO
23,754,335
79,473, 245
35,946,589
55,426, 760
80,839,010
(\Q, 208,
543
36,449, 917
50, 898,289
47, 655,667
25, 923,169
24,412, 016
22,563, 801
29, 941,750
44,171,
63,073, 896
40,738, 904
60, 658,342
215, 009,
098
212,168, 099
235,354,254
235,107, 470
242,188, 649
243,323,8(59
214,864, 935
308,707, 219
315,873, 562
319,270, 157
278,310, 704
255,872, 159
180,353,337
150,872, 010
112,107,229
144,270,253
217,391, 084
293,540,067
265, 787,100
235,714, 547
286,022, 024
284, 519,675
307,760,015
313,876, 107
317,018, 818
281,361,

$135, 407, 252
448,405,767
334,697,744
595,394,038
669,641,478
714,702,995
673,488,244
661,992,069
680,103,661
664,452,891
675,212,794
I 715,889,005
i 738,309,549
I 751,881,809
| 776,083,031
754,101,947
| 727,609, 388
! 722,314,883
! 729,132,634
! 818,631,793
i 973,382,228
I 1,114,238,119
1,174,290,419
1,230,305,696
1,243,925,969
1,292,568,615
1,252,700,525
1,317,539,143
1,372,170, 870
1,380,361,649
1,429,251,270
1,497,440,707
1,601,347,187
1,596,701,245
1,660,808,708
1,601,968,473
1,506,434,966
1,640,209,519
1,837,859,895
1,904,071,881
2,055,150, 998
2,175,387,277
2,249,390, 551
2,367,692,169
2,519,142,860

31,443,321 $13. 85
32,064,000 13.98
32,704,000 10.23
33,365,000 17.84
34,046,000 19.67
34,748,000 20.57
35,469,000 • 18.99
36,211,000 18.28
36,973,000 18.39
37, 756, 000
17.60
38, 558,371
17.50
18.10
39, 555, 000
18.19
40,596,000
18.04
41,677,000
18.13
42,796,000
17.16
43,951,000
16.12
45,137, 000
15. 58
46,353,000
15.32
47,598,000
16.75
48,866, 000
19.41
50,155, 783
21.71
51,316,000
22.37
52,495, 000
22. 91
53,693,000
22.65
54,911,000
23.02
56,148,000
21.82
57,404, 000
22.45
58,680,000
22.88
59,974,000
22. 52
61,289,000
22. 82
62,622,250
23.41
63,975,000
24.44
65, 520,000
23.85
6(j, 946,000
24.28
68,397,000
22.93
69,878,000
21.10
71,390,000
22.49
72,937,000
24. G6
74,522, 000
25.01
76,148,000
76,295,220
77,754,000
79,117,000
80, 487,000
81,867,000

26. 94
27. 98
28. 43
29. 42
30.77

NOTE 1.—Specie payments were suspended from Jan. 1, 1862, to Jan. 1, 1879. During the greater
part of that period gold and silver coins v.rere not in circulation except on the Pacific coast, where, it
is estimated, the specie circulation was generally about $25,000,000. This estimated'amount is the
only coin included in the above statement from 1862 to 1875, inclusive.
NOTE 2.—In 1876 subsidiary silver again came into use, and is included in this statement, beginning
with that year.
NOTE 3.—The coinage of standard silver dollars began in 1878 under the act of Feb. 28, 1878.
NOTE 4.—Specie payments were resumed Jan. 1, 1879, and all gold and silver coins, as well as gold
and silver bullion in the Treasury, are included in this statement from and after that date.
NOTE 5.—This table represents the circulation of the United States as shown by the revised statements of the Treasury Department for June 30 of each of the years specified.




REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

127

No. 43.—STATE B A N K NOTES OUTSTANDING, TOTAL MONEY IN UNITED STATES, AND
PERCENTAGE OF BANK NOTES TO TOTAL MONEY, FROM 1800 TO 1863, INCLUSIVE.

Year.

1800
1810
1820
1830
1831
1832
1833
1834
1835
1836
1837
1838
1839
1840
1841
1842
1843
1844
1845

Total money
Estimated
in United'
bank noteStates.
on! t'inding.

$28, 000,000
58, 000,000
69, 100,000 I
93, 100,000 i
109, 100,000
121, 900,000
150,000
135] 839,570
154, 692,495
205, 301,038
222 185,890
203~' 638,910
222, 170,995
189, 968,572
187, 290,211
163, 734,01J
148, 563, 608
175, 167,646
185, 608,711

Per cent j
bank
notes to
total
money.

$10,500, ooo
28,000,
000
(>i|ooo! 000
000
77.000, 000
91,500, 000
91.500, 000
9i,«39, 570
103,692, 495
110,31)1,o;-.s
149, 185,
890 i
116,138, 910
135,170, 995
572
107, 290^ 2U
<s3,73t, 011
5S, 563,
75,167,

:>7.50
18.27
64. 83
65. 5I
70.57
75. 06
7

Year.

1

!

IS 16
1817
1848
1S49
ISM)
1^1
1853
Kit
K i

$202,552.
225,519,
240,506,
234,743,
285,366,
341,165,
375,673,

!

!•>")•>

(59. 81
•57.01
«K 33
67.1 I
57. 03
00.81
56.30
57. 2S
51.13
39. 30
12. 91
i s. 27

i
!
!
!
!

{,{"•)

t

LS57
l;-.-,8
1K59
•V)O
1X6!
1862
1M5J

a O t h e r p a p e r c u r r e n c y , $149,652,079.

!
|
Per cent
Total money! Estimated
bank
i in United' j banknotes notes to
i States. ; outstanding. | total
•
j
I monev.

'< 424,181,
,
I I 445689
445,689
436,952
445,747
474,778,
1 415.208
443,306,
| 460,102,
452,005
358,452
! 674,867

! $105,i552,427
105,,519,766
128,; 506,091
114,' 743,415
131, 366,526
155, 165,251
171, 673,000
188,"181,000
204, 689,207
186,' 952,223
195,' 747, 950
214, 778,822
155,:"0^ 314
| 193,:
306,818
! 207, 102,477
! 202,1
005,767
j a 183,:
800,000
! b 238,'
700,000

52.11
46. 7S
53. 43
48. 87
46. 03
45.48
45. 69
44. 36
45. 92
42. 78
43. 91
45.23
37. 38
43. 60
45. 01
44. 69
51. 27
8^. 3/

l> Ot h e r p a p e r c u r r e n c y , $411,167,283.

No. 44.—TOTAL MONEY IN U N I T E D STATES, NATIONAL B A N K NOTES OUTSTANDING,
AND PERCENTAGE OF BANK NOTES TO TOTAL MONEY, ON J U N E 30, 1864 TO 1904,
* INCLUSIVE.

Year.

1864
1865
1866
1867
1868
1869
1870
1871
1872
1873
1874
1875
1876
1877
1878
1879
1880
1881
1882
1883
1884

Total money in NationalUnited States. bank circulation."

$705,588, 067
770,129,755
754,327, 254
728,200,612
716,553,578
715,351,180
722,868, 461
741,812,174
762,721. 565
774,445,610
806,024, 781
798, 273,509
790,683, 284
763,053,847
789,790,976
1,033,640,891
1,185.550,327
1,349,592,373
1,409,397,889
1,472,494,345
1,487,249,838




$58.813, 980
204,635,205
293,086, 959
299,094, 824
300,116,958
299,724,791
301,859,275
324,475,207
340,990,825
348,347,674
348,785. 906
343,176.018
332, 998,336
317,048,872
324, 514,284
329,691,697
344,505,427
355,042,675
358,742,034
356,815,510
339,499,833

Percentage of
national-!
bank cir-!
emulation
to total j
currency.;
8. 33 !
26.57 ;
38.84 !
41.08 i
41.86 !
41.89 :
4.1.76 i
43.74 i
44.71
44.98 '
43.27 !
42.99
42.11
41.55
41.09 !
31.89 i
29.06 !
26.31 i
25. 45
24.23 !
22.83 !
j

Year.

1885
1886
1887
1888
1889
1890
1891
1892
1893
1894
1895
1896
1897
1898
1899
1900
1901
1902
1903
1904

Total m o n e y in
U n i t e d States.

$1,537,433,550
1,561,407,774
1,633,412,705
1,691,441,027
1,658,672,413
1.685,123,429
1,677,794,044
1,752,219,197
1,738,808,472
1,805,078,961
1,819,359,557
1,799,975,033
1,905,996,619
2,073,574,442
2,190,093,905
2, 339, 700,673
2,483,147, 292
2,563, 266, 658
2.684,710, 987
2,803,504,135

a October 31, 1864 to 1875; J u n e 30, 1876 to 1904..

Percentage of
National- nationalbank circu- bank cirlation.
culation
to total
currency.
$319,069, 932
309,010, 460
279, 217, 788
252, 362,321
211,378,963
185,970, 775
167, 927,574
172,683,850
178,713,692
207,353,244
211, 691,035
226,000,547
231,441,686
227,900,176
241,350,871
309,640,443
353,742,186
356,672,091
413,670,650
449,235,095

20. 75
19. 79
17.09
14. 92
12. 74
11.04
10.01
9.86
10.28
11.48
11.63
12. 55
12.14
10.99
11.02
13.23
14. 25
13. 91
15. 41
16.02

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No. 45.—NUMBER, CAPITAL STOCK PAID IN, CIRCULATION OUTSTANDING, AND AGGREGATE ASSETS OF NATIONAL BANKS AT DATE OF EACH REPORT FROM OCTOBER,
1863, TO SEPTEMBER 6, 1904, TOGETHER WITH THE TOTAL AMOUNT OF MONEY IN
THE UNITED STATES ON JUNE 30, 1863, TO 1904, AND THE PERCENTAGE OF
NATIONAL BANK CIRCULATION TO CAPITAL, TO ASSETS, AND TO MONEY IN THE
COUNTRY.

[Amounts in millions of dollars.]
Date.

1863.
OrtobGr 5

ber of Paid in
banks. capital.

Circula- Aggregate
tion.
resources.

Money
in
United
States.

Percentag e of circulation to—
Capital.

Money
Assets. in United
States.

j

Per cent. Per cent. Per cent.

1G.7

674.8

37.6
114.8
252.2
297.1

705.5

23.0
34.4
52.1

8.5
10.2
15.2

66.7
98.8
131.4
171.3

512. 5
771.5
1,126.4 „ 770.1
1,359.7

49.2
45.9
40.3
+43.5

13.0
12.8
11.7
12.6

17.0

403.3
409.2
414.2
415.4

213.2
248.8
267.7
280. 2

1, 404. 7
1,442. 4
1,476.3
1, 526.9

754.3

+52.8
60.8
64.6
67.4

-15. 2
17.2
18.2
+18.3

35. 5

1,648
1 642
1,636
1 642

420.2
419 3
418. 5
490 0

291.4
292.7
291.7
293. 8

1,511.2
1,465.4
1,494.0
1 499.4

728.2

+ 69.3
69.8
69.7
+69.9

—19. 3
19.9
19.5
19.6

40.0

1868.
January 6
April 6
July 6 .
Octobef 5

1 642
1,643
1,640
1,643

420 2
420.6
420.1
420.6

294 3
295.3
294. 9
297.7

1,502. 6
1,499.6
1,572.1
1 559 6

716.5

70.4
70.2
70.2
70.3

19.6
19.7
18.8
18.9

41.1

1869.
January 4
April 17
J u n e 12
October 9

1,628
1 620
1,619
1 617

419.0
420.8
422. 6
49(3 3

294.4
292.4
292.7
293 5

1, 540.3
1,517.7
1,564.1
1 497.2

715.3

70.2
69.4
69.2
68.8

19.1
19.2
18.7
19.6

40.9

1870.
J a n u a r y 22
March 24
June 9
October 8
December 28

1,615
1,615
1,612
1,615
1,648

426.0
427.5
427.2
430.3
435.3

292.8
292.5
291.1
291.7
296.2

1,546.2
1,529.1
1,565.7
1,510. 7
1,538.9

722.8

68.7
68.4
68.1
67.8
68.0

18.9
19.1
18.6
19.3
19.2

40.3

1871.
March 18
April 29
June 10
October 2
December 16

1 688
1 707
1,723
1 767
1 790

444 2
446 9
450.3
458 2
460 2

301 7
306 1
307.7
315.5
318 2

1 627 0
1 694.4
1, 703.4
1,730.5
1 715 8

741.8

67.9
68.5
68.3
68.8
69.1

18 5
18.1
18.1
18.2
18.5

41.5

1872.
Fobriinrv *^7
Vpril 19
June 10
October 3
December 27

1,814
1 843
1,853
1 919
1 940

464.0
467 9
470.5
479.6
48 9 6

321.6
325.3
327.0
333.4
336 2

1,719.4
1 743.6
1,770.8
1,755.8
1, 773.5

762.7

69.3
69.5
69.5
69.5
69.6

18.7
18.6
18.5
18.9
18.9

42.9

1873.
F^brunrv 28
April 25
June 13
Seriteinber 19
December 26

1 947
1 962
1,968
1 976
1 976

484 5
487.8
490.1
491 0
490.2

336 2
338.1
338.7
339 0
341.3

1 839.1
1,800.3
1,851.2
1 830.6
1, 729.3

774.4

67.3
69.3
69.1
69.0
69.6

18.3
18.8
18.3
18.5
19.7

43.7

1874.
February 27
May 1
June 26
October 2
December 31


1 975
1 978
1,983
2 004
2,027

490 8
490 0
491.0
493 7
495.8

339.6
340 2
338.5
333 2
331.1

1,808.5
1 867 8
1,851.8
1 877.1
1, 902.4

806.0

69 2
69.4
68.9
67.5
66.8

18.7
18.2
18.2
17.7
17.4

42.0

66

7.1

139
307
467
508

14.7
42.2
75.2
86.7

25.8
45.2

1865.
January 2
April 3
July 3
October 2

638
907
1,294
1,513

135.6
215.3
325.8
393.1

1866.
January 1
April 2
July 2
October 1

1,582
1,612
1,634
1,644

1867.
January 4
April 1
July 1
October 7

1864.
January 4
April 4
July 4
October 3



0.03
9.7

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No. 45.—NUMBER, CAPITAL STOCK PAID IN, CIRCULATION OUTSTANDING, AND AGGREGATE ASSETS OF NATIONAL BANKS, ETC.—Continued.
Money
in
United
States.

Percentage of circulation t o -

ber of
bants.

Paid in
capital.

2,029
2 046
2,076
2 088
2 086

496.2
498.7
501.5
504.8
505.4

324.5
323.3
318.1
318.3
314.9

1,869.8
1,909.8
1, 913.2
1,882.2
1,823.4

Per cent. Per cent. Per cent.
65.4
17.3
16.9
64.8
63.4
798.2
16.6
39.8
63 0
16 9
62.3
17.3

2,091
2,089
2,091
2,089
2 082

504.8
500.9
500.3
499.8
497.4

307.4
300.2
294.4
291.5
292.0

1,834.3
1,793.3
1,825.7
1,827.2
1, 787.4

790.6

60.9
59.9
58.8
58.3
58.7

16.7
16.8
16.1
15.9
16.3

37.2

2 083
2,073
2,078
2 080
2,074

493.6
489.6
481.0
479.4
477.1

292.8
294.7
290.0
291.8
299.2

1,818.1
1,796.1
1,774.3
1,741.0
1,737.2

763.0

59.3
60.2
62.3
60.9
62,7

16.1
16.4
16.3
16.8
17.2

38.0

2,063
2,059
2,056
2,053
2 055

473.9
471.9
470.3
466.1
464.8

300.9
301.8
299.6
301.8
303.3

1,729.4
1,741.8
1,750.4
1,767.2
1, 742.8

789.7

63.5
63.9
63.7
64.7
65.2

17.4
17.3
17.1
17.1
17.4

37.9

1879.
January 1
April 4
June 14
October 2
December 1 ?
*

2,051
2,048
2,048
2,048
2,052

462.0
455.6
455.2
454.0
454. 4

303.5
304.4
307.3
313. 7
321.9

1,800.5
1,984.0
2,019.8
1,868.7
1,925.2

1,033.6

65.7
66.8
67.5
69.1
70.8

16.8
15.3
15.2
16.8
16.7

29.7

1880.
February 21
April 23
June 11
October 1
December 31

2,061
2,075
2 076
2 090
2,095

454.5
456.0
455.9

2,038.0
1,974.6
2,035.4
2,105 7
2,241.6

i, i85.5

70.5
70.3
69.7
69 3
69.2

15.7
16.2
15.6
15 1
14.1

26.8

458. 5

320.3
320.7
318.0
317 3
317.4

1881.
March 11
May 6
June 30
October 1
December 31

2,094
2,102
2,115
2,132
2,164

458.2
459.0
460.2
463.8
465.8

298.5
309.7
312.2
320.2
325.0

2,140.1
2,270.2
2,325.8
2,358.3
2,381.8

1,349.5

65.1
67.5
67.8
69.0
69.8

13.9
13.6
13.4
13.6
13.6

23.1

1882.
March 11
May 19
July 1 . . .
October 3
December 30

2,187
2,224
2,239
2,269
2 308

469.3
473.8
477.1
483.1
484.8

323.6
315.6
308.9
314.7
315.2

2,309.0
2,277.9
2,344.3
2,399.8
2,360. 7

1,409.3

68.9
66.6
64.7
65.1
65.0

14.0
13.9
13.1
13.1
13.3

21.9

1883.
March 13
May 1
June 22
October 2
December 31

2,343
2,375
2,417
2 501
2,529

490.4
493.9
500.2
509.6
511.8

312.7
313.5
311.9
310.5
304.9

2,298.9
2,360.1
2,364.8 1,472.4
2,372.6
2,445.8 : : : : : : : :

63.7
63.5
62.3
60.9
59.6

13.6
13.3
13.2
13 1
12.5

21. 2

1884.
March 7
April 24
June 20 .
September 30
December 20

2 563
2,589
2,625
2,664
2,664

515 7
518.4
522.5
524. 2
524.0

298 7
297.5
295.1
289.7
280.1

2 390 5
2,396.8
2,282.5
2,279.4
2,297.1

1,487.2

57 9
57.4
56.5
55.3
53.4

12 4
12.4
12.9
12.7
12.2

19.8

1885.
March 10
May 6
July 1
October 1
December 24

2,671
2,678
2,689
2, 714
2.732

524.2
525.1
526.2
527. 5
529. 3

274.0
273.7
269.1
268.8
267.4

2,312.7
2,346. 6
2,421.8
2,432.9
2, 457. 6

1,537.4

52.3
52.1
51.1
50. 9
50.5

11.8
11.7
11.1
11.0
10.9

17.5

Date.

1875.
March 1
May 1
Tune 30
October 1
1876.
March 10
May 12
June 30
October 2
December 22
1877.
April 14
J u n e 22
October 1

. . .

DPPPTYIIIPF 28

1878.
March 15
May 1
June 29
October 1
December g

....

CUR 1904, FT 1-




457 5

Circula- Aggregate
tion.
resources.

Capital.

Money
Assets. in United
States.

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COMPTROLLER

OE' THE

CURRENCY.

No. 45.—NUMBER, CAPITAL STOCK PAID IN, CIRCULATION OUTSTANDING, AND AGGREGATE ASSETS OF NATIONAL BANKS, ETC.—Continued.
Percentage of circulation to—
Paid in j Circulacapital. i tion.

Date.

1886.
March 1
June 3
August 27
October 7
December 28

2,768
2,809
2,849
2,852
! 2,875

533.3
539.1
545.5
548.2
550. 6

256.9
244.8
238.2
228. 6
202.0

1887.
March 4
May 13
August 1
October 5
December 7..

2,909
2, 955
3,014
3,049
3,070

555. 3
565.6
571.6
578.4
580.7

186.2
176.7
166.6
167.2
164.9

2.581.1
2,629.3
2.637.2
2, 620.1
2.624.1

1888.
February 14..
April 30
June 30
October 4
December 12..

3,077
3,098
3,120
3,140
3,150

582.1
585.4
588.3
592.6
593. 8

159.7
158.8
155.3
151.7
143.5

2, 664.3
2, 732.4
2, 731. 4
2,815.7
2, 777.5

1889.
February 26..
May 13
July 12
September 30.
December 11.

3,170
3,206
3,239
3,290
3, 326

596.5
599.4
605.8
612. 5
617.8

137.2
131.1
128.8
128.4
126.0

2,837. 4
2,904.9
2,937. 9
2, 998. 2
2,933.6

1890.
February 28...
May 17
July 18
October 2
December 19 .

3,383
3,438
3,484
3, 540
3, 573

626.5
635.0
642.0
650. 4
657.8

123.8
125.7
126.3
122.9
123.0

3, 003.3
, 010.2
3,061.7
3,141.4
3,046. 9

1891.
February 26...
May 4
July 9
September 25..
December 2...

3,601
3,633
3,652
3, 677
3, 692

662.5
667.7
672.9
677.4
677.3

123.1
123.4
123.9
131.3
134.7

3,065.0
3,167. 4
,113.4
3,213.0

1892.
March 1
May 17
July 12
September 30..
December 9 . . ,

3,711
3,734
3,759
3,773
3,784

679.9
682. 2
684. 6

137.6
140.0
141.0
143.4
145.6

, 436.6
3,479.0
3,493. 7
3,510.0
, 480. 3

1893.
March 6
May 4
July 12
October 3
December 19.

3,806
3,830
3,807
3,781
3,787

688.6
688.7
685.7
678.5
681.8

149.1
151.6
155.0
182.9
179.9

3,459. 7
3,432.1
3, 213.2
3,109. 5
3,242.3

1894.
February 28
May 4
July 18
October 2
December 19

3, 777
3,774
3,770
3,755
3,737

678.5
675.8
671.0
668.8
666.2

174.4
172.6
171.7
172.3
169.3

3,324.7
3,433.3
3,422.0
3,473
3,423. 4

1895.
March 5
May 7
July 11
September 28 .
December 13..

3,728
3,711
3,715
3,712
3,706

662.1
659.1
658.2
657.1
656.9

169.7
175. 6
178.8
m 4
18/). 1

February 28..
May 7
July 14
October 6
December 17.

3,699
3,694 i
3,689 I
3,676 !
3,661

653.9
652.0
651.1
648. 5
647.1

187.2
197.3
199.2
209.9
210.6

Per cent. I Per cent.
10.3
9.9

2,494.
2,474.5
2,453. 6
2, 513.8
2,507.7




6 8 6 . •>
"

3,34
3,377.6
3, 353. 7
3,263.
3,367.1

20.2
20.5
20.6
20.9
21.1

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No. 45.—NUMBER, CAPITAL STOCK PAID IN, CIRCULATION OUTSTANDING, AND AGGREGATE ASSETS OF NATIONAL BANKS, ETC.—Continued.

Num-

Date.

Paid in

Circula- Aggregate
tion.

Percentage of circulation to—

Money
in
United
States.

i
j Money
Capital, i Assets, jin United
I States.

1897.
March 9
May 14
July 23
October 5
December 15

!
1 3,634
3,614
3,610
! 3, 610
j 3,607

642.4
637.0
632.1
631.4
629.6

202.6
198.2
196.5
198.9
193. 7

3, 446.0
8, 492. 4
3, 5o3.4
3, 705.1
3,829.2

1,905.9

1898.
February 18
May 5
July 14
September 20
December 1

!
!
1
1
1
|

3, 594
3, 586
3,582
3,585
3,590

628.8
624.4
622.0
621. 5
620.5

184.1
188.4
189.8
194.4
207. 0

3,946.9
3,869.9
3,977.6
4, 003.5
4,313.3

2,073. 5

1899.
February 4
Aprils/.
June 30
September 7
December 2

I
!
i
!
|
j

3,579
3,583
3,583
3,595
3,602

608.3 |
607.2
604.8
605.7
606.7 !

203.6 I
203.8
199.3 I
200.3 I
204.9

4,403.8
4,639.1
4, 708. 8
4, 650.3
4,475.3

1900.
February 13
April26
June 29.
September 5..
December 13 .

!
J 3,604
! 3,631
3, 732
3,871
3,942

613.0
617.0
621.5
630.2
632.3

204. 9
236.2
265. 3
283.9
298.9

4,674.9
4,81.1.9
4,944.1
5,048.1
5,142. 0

1901.
Februarys
April 24
Julyl5
September 30.
December 10 .

j 3,999
! 4,064
! 4,165
4,221
4. 291

634.6
640.7
645. 7
655. 3
665. 3

309.4
317. 2
319. 0
323. 8
319.4

5, 675. \)
5, 695. :i
5, 722. 7

1902.
February 2 5 . .
April 30
July 16
September 15.
November 25.

4,357
4, 423
4,535
4, 601
4,666

667.3
671.1
701.9
705.5
714.6

314.4
309. 7
309.3
317.9
336.5

5, 843.0
5, 962.1
6, 008. 7
6,113.9
6,104.0

1903.
February 6...
April 9
June 9
September 9..
November 17.

4,766
4,845
4,939
5, 042
5,118

731.2
734.9
743.5
753. 7
758.3

335.2
335.0
359.2
375.0
376.2

6, 234. 7
6, 212.7
6,286. 9
6,310. 4
6, 302. 2

1904.
January 22
March 28
June 9
September 6 .

5, 180
5, 232
331

765.8
765. 9
767. 3
770.7

380.9
385.9
399.5
411.2

6,576.8
6,605.9
6, 655. 9
6,975.0

j Per cent. \ Per cent, j Per cent.
5.9 ;
A
31.5

5.7
5. 5
5.4
5.1

29.3 I

30.2 j
30.5
31.3 !
33.4

4.8 ;
4.9
4.8
4.9 !
4.8 |

33.4
33.6
32. 9
33.1
33.8

2, 339.7

31.1
31.1
31.5
30.7

4.4 '
4.6
4.2
4.3
4.5

33.4 1
38.3 |

4.4
4.9
5.4
5.6
5.8

42. 7 1

45.0 j
47.3 i
48.'
49.5
49.4
49.4
48.0

5.6
5.6 |

2,563.2

47.1
46.1
44.0
45.1
47.1

5.4
5.2
5.1
5.2
5.5

2,684. 7

45.8
45. 6
48.3
49.8
49.6

5.4 i
5.4
5.7
5.9
5.9

2,803.5

49.7|
50.3 !
52.1 !
53.4

2,483.1

I'M




12.1

I

I

5, 412

9.2

5.9
5.8
6.0
5.9

13.4

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No. 46.—CURRENCY AND GOLD, 1862-1878.

to

VALUE IN CURRENCY OF ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS IN GOLD IN THE NEW YORK MARKET FROM JANUARY 1, 1862, TO DECEMBER 31, 1878.
3ER 31, 1878.

w

[Summary, Bureau of Statistics, Treasury Department.]

Period.
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
First quarter year
Second quarter year
Third quarter year
Fourth quarter year
First half year
Second half year
Calendar year
Fiscal year ended J u n e 30




1862.
„

102.5
103.5
101.8
101.5
103.3
106.5
115.5
114.5
118.5
128.5
131.1
132.3
102.6
103.8
116. 2
130.6
103.2
123.4
113.3

1864.
145.1
160.5
154.5
151.5
148.9
144.5
130.6
125.8
134.2
147.7
148.0
151.1
153.4
148.3
130.2
148.9
150.8
139.6
145.2
137.1

1865.

1866.

1867.

1868.

155.5
158.6
162.9
172.7
176.3
210.7
258.1
254.1
222.5
207.2
233.5
227.5
159.0
186.6
244.9
222.7
172.8
233.8
203.3
156.2

216.2
205.5
173.8
148.5
135.6
140.1
142.1
143.5
143.9
145.5
147.0
146.2
198.5
141.4
143.2
146.2
169.9
144.7
157.3
201.9

140.1
138.4
130.5
127.3
131.8
148.7
151.6
148.7
145.5
148.3
143.8
136.7
136.3
135.9
148.6
142. 9
136.1
145.8
140.9
140.4

134.6
137.4
135.0
135.6
137.0
137.5
139.4
140.8
143.4
143.5
139.6
134.8
135.7
136.7
141.2
139.3
136.2
140.3
138.2
141.0

138.5 135.6
141.4 134.4
139.5 131.3
138.7 132.9
139.6 139.2
140.1 138.1
142.7 136.1
145.5. 134.2
143.6 136.8
137.1 130.2
134.4 126.2
135.2 121. 5
139.8 133.8
139.5 136.7
143.9 135. 7
135. 6 126. 0
139. 6 135.3
139.8 130.8
139.7 133.0
139.9 137.5

1869.

1870.

1871.

1872.

1873.

1874.

121.3
119.5
112.6
113.1
114.7
112.9
116.8
117.9
114.8
112.8
111.4
110.7
117.8
113.6
116.5
111. 6
115.7
114.0
114.9
123.3

110.7
111.5
111.0
110.6
111.5
112.4
112.4
112.4
114.5
113.2
111.2
109.3
111. 1
111.5
113.1
111. 2
111.3
121.1
111.7
112. 7

109.1
110.3
110.1
111.1
113.7
113.9
114.3
114.4
113.5
113.2
112.9
112.2
109.8
112. 9
114.1
112.8
111. 4
113.4
112.4
111.8

112.7
114.1
115.5
117.8
117.7
116.5
115.7
115.4
112.7
108.9
108.6
110.0
114.1
117.3
114.6
109.2
115.7
111.9
113.8
114.6

111.4 112.5
112.3 114. 5
112.1 115. 5
113.4 114.8
112.4 115.8
111.3 117.0
110.0 114. 8
109.7 113. 5
109.7 115.8
110.0 116.4
110.9 114.7
111.7 113.9
111.9 114.2
112.4 115.9
109.8 114.7
110.9 115.0
112.2 115.1
110. 3 114,8
111.2 114 9
112.0 ll'A 7

1875.

1876.

1877.

112.8
113.4
114.3
113.0
112.6
112.5
111.9
111.2
110.0
109.7
109.1
107.9
113.5
112.7
111.0
108.9
113.1
109.9
111.5
113.9

106.3
105.4
104.8
106.2
106.9
105.4
105.4
105.0
103.3
102.8
102.8
102.8
105.3
106.2
104.6
102.8
105.9
103.7
104.8
107.9

1878.
102.1
102.0
101.2
100.6
100.7
100.8
100.5
100.5
100.4
100.5
100.2
100.1
101.7
100.7
100.5
100.3
101.2
100.4
100.8
102.5

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No. 47.—GOLD AND CURRENCY, 1862-1878.

VALUE IN GOLD OF ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS IN CURRENCY IN THE NEW YORK MARKET FROM JANUARY 1, 1862. TO DECEMBER 31, 1878.
Period.
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
First quarter year
Second quarter year
Third quarter year
Fourth quarter year
First half year
Second half year
Calendar year
Fiscal year ended June 30

1863.

1864.

1865.

1866.

68.9
62.3
64.7
66.0
67.2
69.2
76.6
79.5
74.5
67.7
67.6
66.2
65.2
67.4
76.8
67.2
66.3
71.6
68.9
72.9

64.3
63.1
61.4
57.9
56.7
47.5
38.7
39.4
44.9
48.3
42.8
44.0
62.9
53.6
40.8
44.9
57.9
42.8
49.2
64.0

46.3
48.7
57.5
67.3
73.7
71.4
70.4
69.7
69.5
68.7
68.0
68.4
50.4
70.7
69.8
68. 4
58.9
69.1
63.6
49.5

71.4
72.3
76.6
78.6
75.9
67.2
66.0
67.2
68.7
67.4
69.5
73.2
73.3
73.6
67.2
70.0
73.5
08.6
71.0
71.2

74.3
72.8
74.1
73.7
73.0
72.7
71.7
71.0
69.7
69.7
71.6
74.2
73.7
73.2
70.8
71.8
73.4
71.3
72.4
70.9

1871.

1867.
72.2
70.7
71.7
72.1
71.6
71.4
70.1
68.7
69.6
72.9
74.4
74.0
71.5
71.7
69.5
73.7
71.6
71.5
71.6
71.5

73.7
74.4
76.2
75.2
71.8
72.4
73.5
74.5
73.1
76.8
79.2
82. 3
74.7
73.2
73.7
79.4
73.9
76.5
75.2

82.4
83.7
88.8
88.4
87.2
88.6
85.6
84.8
87.1
88.7
89.8
90.3
84.9
88.0
85.8
89.6
86.4
87.7
87.0
81.1

1872.

1873.

1874.

90.3
89.7
90.1
90.4
89.7
89.0
89.0
89.0
87.3
88.3
89.9
91.5
90.0
89.7
88.4
90.0
89.8
89.2
89.5
88.7

91.7
90.7
90.8
90.0
88.0
87.8
87.5
87.4
88.1
88.3
88.6
89.1
91.0
88.6
87.6
88.7
89.8
88.2
89.0
89.4

88.7
87.6
86.6
84.9
85.0
85.8
86.4
86.7
88.7
91.8
92.1
90.9
87.6
85.3
87 3
91.6
86.4
89.4
87.9
87.3

89.7
89.1
89.2
88.2
89.9
90.0
91.0
91.2
91.2
91.0
90.2
89.6
89.3

1875.

88.9
87.3
86.6
87.1
86.3
85.4
87.2
88.1
86.4
85.9
87.2
87.8
87.6
86.3
89.0 i
91.1 I 87.2
90.2
9
86.
89.2
86.9
90.7
87.1
89.9
87.0
88.8

1876.
88.6
88.2 !
87.5 |
88.5 I
88.8 !
88.9 i
89.4 I
89.9 i
90.9 !
91.2 I
91.7 :
92.6
88.1 !
88.7 :
90.1
91.8
88.4
90.9;
89.8
87.8 I

1877.
94.0
94.8
95.4
94.2
93.5
94.9
94.9
95.2
96.8
97.3
97.3
97.3
94.8
94.2
95.6
97.3
94.4
96.4
95.4
92.7

97.9
98.0
98.8
99.4
99.3
99.2
99.5
99.5
99.6
99.5
99.8
99.9
98.2
99.3
99.5
99. 7
98.8
99.6
99. 2
97.5

NOTE.—Gold was first quoted at par on December 19, 1878.
The average rates of gold and currency for each month, as given in the above tables, was obtained as follows:
Four daily quotations of the rates of gold at New York, viz, the Opening, Closing, Highest, and Lowest, were recorded, from which a daily average was made, and the

average rate for each month was prepared from these daily averages.




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No. 4 8 . — U N I T E D STATES BONDS ON DEPOSIT TO SECURE CIRCULATING NOTES OF
NATIONAL BANKS ON J U N E 30 OF EACH Y E A R FROM 1865
TO 1904,
AND THE
AMOUNT OWNED AND H E L D BY THE BANKS FOR OTPIER PURPOSES, INCLUDING
THOSE DEPOSITED WITH THE TREASURER TO SECURE PUBLIC DEPOSITS.

United States bonds held as security for circulation.
Year.

6 per cent

5 per cent
bonds.

bonds.

1865....
1866
1867....
1868....
1869. . .
1870
1871
1872. . .
1873....
1874
1875
1876 . . .
1877....
1878....
1879
1880....
1881....
1882
1883....

$65,576,600
86,226 850
89,177,100
90,768,950
87,661,250
94,923, 200
139,387,800
207,189 250
229,487, 050
236,800, 500
239,359,400
232,081,300
206, 651, 050
199,514,550
144,616,300
139,758,650
172, 348, 350

$170,382,500
241.083,500
251,430.400
250,726. 950
255,190,350
247,335,350
220,497, 750
173,251,450
160, 923, 500
154,370, 700
136,955,100
109, 313,450
87,690,300
82,421,200
56,042,800
58,056,150
61,901,800

4£ percent
bonds.

• • - •j

$44, 372, 250 '
48, 448, 650 $19,162,000
35, 056, 550 118,538,950
37, 760, 950 126,076, 300
32, 600, 500
93,637, 700

Continued at Continued at
3i per cent. 3^ per cent.
25,142,600

385,700

1884
1885
1886....
1887....
1888....
1889
1890
1891

Pacifies.
3,520,000
3,565,000
3,175,000
3,181,000
4,324,000
4,913,000
7, 957,000

1892
1893....

11,600,000
12, 426,000

1894....

15, 292,000

202,487, 650
32, 752 650
7,402,800 )
39, 408, 500
200,877, 850 J
546. 400
172,412, 550
40,
43, 483, 050
142,240, 850
50, 484, 200
107,782,100
67, 743, 100
5,205,950
69, 670 300
37, 500
42, 400 900
39, 486 750
22, 5 6 5 950
Continued at
2 perce lit.
21 S95 S50
9 9 020 550
(Loan of 1904, 1 " '
22, 711 850
5 percents,
4,8-*9,950 j

3 percents.

1895....

12,378,000

12,896,850

22 558 350

1896

10,046,000

13,057,850

22 078 100

1897

8,837,000

15,728,350

22 168 900

1898....

3,665,000

18,341,150

22 260 500

14, 252,100

20,557 600

("Loan of J u l i e
1 8 9 9 . . . . 1 13, 1898, 3 •
1 percents,
I 49,004,360
1900....

10,099,640

11,009,40T)
l,320,50()J Consols 1930,
237,843, 950

1901....

3,885,580

75 000
268,9Ooi Con sols
312 848 650

1902....

3,210,080




455,900

4 per cent
bonds.

306 008 200

United

Total

States
bonds held
for other
purposes at
nearest
date.

Grand
total.

$235, 959,100 $155, 785, 750 $391, 744, 850
327, 310, 350 121, 152, 950 448, 463, 300
340, 607, 500
84, 002, 650 424, 610, 150
341, 495, 900
80, 922, 500 422. 418, 400
342, 851 600
55, 102, 000 397, 953, 600
342, 278, 550
43, 980, 600 386, 259, 150
359, 885, 550
39, 450, 800 399, 336, 350
380, 440, 700
31' 868^ 200 412^ 3081 900
390, 410, 550
251 724, 400 416, 134, 150
391 171, 200
25, 347, 100 416, 518, 300
376, 314, 500
26', Q(W 200 403, 214, 700
45,170 300 386, 565, 050
341, 394, 750
338, 713, 600
47, 315, 050 386, 028, 650
349, 546, 400
68, 850, 900 418, 397, 300
354, 254 600
76, 603, 520 430, 858, 120
361, 652, 050
42, 831, 300 404, 483, 350
360, 488, 400
63, 849, 950 424, 338, 350

97,429,800

357, 812, 700

43 122, 550

400, 935, 250

104,954, 650

353, 029, 500

34 094, 150

387, 123, 650

111,690,900

330, 649, 850

31, 203, 000

161, 852, 850

117,901,300
114,143,500
115,842, 650
105,423, 850
101,387,550
100, 828, 550
111,985,950

312, 145, 200
275, 974, 800
191, 966, 700
178, 312, 650
148, 121 450
145, 228 300
142, 508 900

32 195, 800
31, 345, 550
33 147, 750
63 618, 150
51 642, 100
35 287, 350
30 114, 150

344, 341, 000
307, 320, 350
224, 814 450
241, 930 800
199, 763 550
180, 515 650
172, 623 050

129, 764, 700
142,141,700

163 190 050
176 588 250

20 301 600
18 334, 050

183, 491 650
194, 922 300

158,837,950

201 691 750

27 801 100

229, 492 850

30 343 400

238, 024 200

28 764 155

257 680 105

33 461 800

263 933 350

201 400

67 250 450

287 451 850

| 2 2 9 688 110

99 528 350

329,216 460

387 040

124,367 960

408 755 000

[•326 219,230

114 708 440

440 927 670

132 304 600

449 468 130

(Loan, 1907,
J149, 382,100
1 Loan, 1895,
[ 10,465,500
(Loan, 1907,
J151,950, 450
1 Loan, 1895,
[ 31,783,550
(Loan, 1907,
1150, 903,750
| Loan, 1895,
| 32,833,550
[Loan, 1907,
1147,728,600
ILoan, 1895,
I 28, 206,150
Loan, 1907,
128,241,300
Loan, 1895,
17, 632, 750
Loan, 1907,
16, 350,700
Loan, 1895.
7,762,850
Loan, 1907,
6,144, 500
Loan, 1895,
2,996,600
(Loan, 1907,
I 5,461,250
] Loan, 1895,
9 H9K inn

]
207 680 800
I
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>
[228 915 950

J
[230 471 550

1
V220

J
J
X284

1
163 530

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135

No. 48.—UNITED STATES BONDS ON DEPOSIT TO SECURE CIRCULATING NOTES OF
NATIONAL BANKS ON J U N E 30 OF EACH YEAR FROM 1865 TO 1904, ETC.—

Continued.
United States bonds held as security for circulation.
Year. \

T cent j 5 per cent
bonds.
onds.

4| per cent ! 4 per cent ;
bonds.
onds.
!

1903

;

$2,368,3

1904.




Total.

United
States
bonds held
for other
purposes at
1 nearest
date.

Grand
total.

!
Loan, 1907, II
$3,375,500 L o - ., d7 (>7n $143,921,890 |8519,269,160
Loan, 1895, p<^'34/,270
1' 1,570,100
I
! fLoan, 1907,
([Consols 1930,'I 4,215,500
416,016,690 128,047,575 i 544,064,265
! 408,163,650 Loan, 1895,
1,822,100

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136

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

No. 49.—UNITED STATES BONDS ON DEPOSIT TO SECUKE CIRCULATING NOTES OF
NATIONAL BANKS FOR THE YEARS ENDED OCTOBER 31, FROM 1882 T J 1904, INCLUSIVE, AND THE CHANGES WHICH OCCURRED IN THE SEVERAL CLASSES OF BONDS.

United States bonds held as security for circulation.
Year.

Number of
per cent 4 per cent
banks. 4£ bonds.
bonds.

; per cent Pacific 6
per cent
bonds.
bonds.

2,301 $33,754,650 $104,927,500
2,522
2,671
2, 727
2,868
3,061
3,151
3,319
3,567

1892 .
1893 .

41,319,700
49,537,450
49,547,250
57,436,850
69,696,100
66,121, 750
41,066,150
28,116,700
199,400!
Continued
3,694 a t 2 p. ct.,
21,648,100;
3, 788 21,897,850
3,796 22, 020,550!

1894 .

3,75(5

1883
1884
18S5
1886
1887
1888
1889
1890

106,164,850
116,705,450
116,391,650
115,383,150
115, 731,400
100,413,600
100,049, 000
105,402,200

201,
155,
138,
69,

621,9501
675,550/
602,0001
327,700/
604,400
920, 650
038,050
144, 500

3,463,000 352,877 ,300
3,469,000 325,316, 300
3,505,000 308,364!. 550
:
'
3, 586,000 245,444,050
3,256, 000 188,828, 000
3,468,000j 170,003, 350
4,553,000 145,668, 150
6,672, O O 140,190, 900
Oi

3,617

1898.

383, 551,350
355,735, 900
340,144, 650
277,875,450
223,499,350
230, 718,400
194,169,350
170,874,900

131,133,150
142,141,700

j

ill,852,OOOi 164,883,000 20,164,250 185,047,250
12,426, OOOi 176,588,250 17,576,950 194,165,200

L o a n o f 1|
19

j

ceifts e r f i 1 4 ' 0 4 3 ' OOOi

!

199) 706 20C

'

25,888,200 225,594,400

Consols of
1907,
149, 342,350
22,505,100j L o a n of 14,016,850 111,997,000 211,717-800 26,118,350 237,836,150
1895,
13,856,500
Consols of
1907,
22,673,850; 155,473,000 16,038,850 10,386,000 241,103,350 25,135,500 266,238,850
L o a n of
1895,
36,531,650
Consols of
1907,
22,039,650 150,288,100 15,910,650 9,030,000 227,742,550 32,490,650 260,233,200
L o a n of
1895,
30,474,150

3,679

1897 .

674,050
419,600
780,100
431/400
671,350
715,050
501,200
684,000

10,244,000! 152,950,350 24,871, 950 177,822,500

|

22,749,900| 155,932,450

3, 715

1896.

Grand
total.

$3, 526, 000 8362,505, 650 $37 563, 750 $400,,069,400

6,980^850jj

1895 .

Total.

United

States
bonds held
for other
purposes
at nearest
date.

3,598

Consols of
1907,
22,047,750 139,436,050
L o a n of
1895,
23,990, 650

1899.

3,595

20,907,

1900 .

f 1,019,950
)
3,871 1 Consols of
1930,
[270,006, 600

1901 .

12,500
4,22l|i Consols of
• | 1930,
(316,625, 650|

1902.

4,601 320,738,000}

f




2,906,000 235,618,470 114,540,240 350,158,710

Consols of
1907,
L o a n o f Loan of
128,822,050 1898, 3 per- 1904,5
L o a n of
percents,
cents,
1895,
49,825,160 14,665,600
18,242, 750
Consols of
1907,
13,544,100
7,756,580 1,293 000
L o a n of
1895,
7,503,350
Consols of
1907,
6,032,000
3,983,780
268,900
L o a n of
1895,
2,911,100
Consols of
1907,
8,248,450
6,056,720 1,100,900
L o a n of
1895,
2,208, 600
u 3£ percents.

'232,463,160100,305,200 332,768,360

301,123,580,113,859,250 414,982, *30

329,833,930)115,003,660 444,837,590

338,352,6701132,693,250 471,045,920

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137

No. 4 9 . — U N I T E D STATES BONDS ON DEPOSIT TO SECURE CIRCULATING NOTES OF
NATIONAL BANKS FOR THE YEARS ENDED OCTOBER 31, FROM 1882 TO 1904, ETC.—

Continued.
United States bonds held as security for circulation.

Year.

Number of
per cent
banks. 4i bonds.

1903

5,147-j

1904

5,495

Pacific 6
4 per cent 3 per cent per cent
bonds.
bonds.
bonds.

Consols of
1907,
2, 979,200
L o a n of
1895,
SI,410,100
Consols of
1907,
416, 972,750 5,857,500
L o a n of
1895,
1,791,600

Consols of
1930,
$376,003,300




Total.

United
States
bondsheld
for other
purposes
at nearest
date.

Grand
total.

SI, 797,580

1718,650 $382, 726,830 $141,177,081 #523,904, 510

1,922,940

426,544,790 121,812,811 548,357,<>00

188
No.

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
50.—INTEREST-BEARING BONDED DEBT OF THE U N I T E D
1904, INCLUSIVE.

Date.
Aug. 31,1865 .
June 30,1866 .
June 30,1867 .
June 30,1868 .
June 30,1869 .
June 30,1870 .
June 30,1871 .
J u n e 30,1872 .
J u n e 30,1873 .
June 30,1874 .
June 30,1875 .
June 30,1876 .
June 30,1877 .
June 30,1878 .
J u n e 30,1879
June 30,1880 .
J u n e 30,1881 .
J u n e 30,1882

6 per cent.

5 per cent.

$908,518,091
1,008,388,469
1,421,110,719
1,841,521,800
1,886,341,300
1,764,932,300
1,613,897,300
1,374, 883, 800
1,281.238,650
1,213;624,700
1,100, 865, 550
984,999,650
854,021,850
738,619,000
310,932, 500
235,780,400
196,378,600
Continued at
3J- per cent.
58,957,150

$199,792,100
198,528,435
198,533,435
221,588, 400
221,589.300
221,589,300
274,236,450
414,567,300
414,567,300
510,628.050
607,132^ 750
711,685,800
703,266,650
703,266, 650
646,905,500
484,864, 900
439,841,350
Continued at
3£ per cent.
401,593,900
32,082,600
F u n d e d into
3 pereents,
act J u l y 12,
1882,
304,201,350
224,612,150
194,190,500
144,046,600
19,716,500

J u n e 30,1883

\ percent."

$140,000,000
240,000, 000
250,000,000
250,000,000
250,000,000

250,000,000
250,000,000
250,000,000
250,000,000
222,207,050
[ 139,639,000
109,015,750
50,869,200
Continued at
2 per cent,
25,364, 500

25,364,500

J u n e 30,1897

100,000,000

25,364,500

J u n e 30,1898

100,000,000

25,364,500

99, 621,420
97, 515,660
83,107,060
77,135,360
77,135,360

TO

Total.

64,623,512
;

1,788, 876,262
1, 772,621,812
1,761, 308,962
1,761, 512,012
1,845, 359,162
1,952, 339,622
1,774, 616,612
1, 690,191,262
1,514,433,912

64,623,512 j 1,388,852,662

737,661, 700
737,719,850
737,759,700
737,800, 600
714,177,400
676,095,350
602,193,500
559, 566, 000

64,623, 512
64,623,512
64,623, 512
64,623,512
64,623,512
64,623,512
64,623,512
64,623,512

1,276, 987,362
1,246,533, 862
1,196,429,812
1,072,140,612
1,001,007,962
880,357,862
775,832,762
675,058, 712

559,581,250
559,604,150

25,364,500

100,000,000 |

30,1901
30,1902
30,1903
30,1904
31,1904

64,6 3,512
64, € 3, 512
64, £ 3, 512
64, € 3,512
$98,850,000 64,623,512
679,878,110 64,623,512
739,347, 800 64,623, 512
739,347,800 64,623, 512

250,000,000 ; 737,942,200

25,364,500

June
June
June
June
Oct.

4 per cent.& 6 per cent.<\

250,000,000 ! 739,349,350

100,000,000 !

J u n e 30,1900

FROM 1865

$1,258,000 $1,109, 568,191
6,042,000 1,212, 958,904
14,762,000 1,634, 406,154
29,089,000 2,092, 199,200
58,638,320 2,166, 568,920
64,457,320 2,050, 978, 920
64, 618, 832 1,952, 752,582
64, 623,512 1,845, 074,612
64, '""
1, 760,429,462

Loan of 1904,
5 pereents,
50,000,000

J u n e 30,1899

STATES

64,623,512
64, 623,512

649,569,262
649, 592,162

559,618,400 ! 64,623,512 !
Loan, 1907,
559,625,750
623,512
Loan, 1925,
'731,157,700
Loan, 1907,
559,636,850 I
Loan, 1925, j •64,623,512
d\62,315,400
''Loan, 1907, j
559,640,100
Loan, 1925, ! t, 623,512 j
i 1/7162,315, 400
! f Loan, 190: jl
[907,
! 1559,646,,050 iL,
"
1 Loan, 1925. !| 084,000 ;
1

f

699,606,412
780,771,462

911,940,262

911,943,512

878,409,950

| [dl62, 315, 400 J
010
100,000,000 ! 25,364,500 I/Loan, 1907, Loan, 1925,Pi-, 0484 b 0 1 U990U
< 1559, 652, 300 dl62,315, 400 J" 1 ' U '
' 9^
__,979.
,850
C o n sol.s of
47,651,200
355,528, 350 <*162,315, 400 1,023,443,390
1930,
307,125 350
987,107,720
21,854,100
445, 940 750 257, 376,050 J162,315,400
931,038,360
19,410, 350 445,940,
),750 233,177,400 134,994,200
914,510,810
520,143
5,150 173,385,650 118,489,900
895,128,360
542,909 950 156,593,150 118,489,900
),
895,129,160
>,950 156,593,950 !ll8,489,900
542,909

a Funded loan 1891; authorizing act July 14, 1870, and Jan. 20, 1871; date of maturity, 1891.
& Funded loan 1907; authorizing act July 14, 1870, and Jan. 20, 1871; date of maturity, 1907.
e Pacific Railroad bonds; authorizing act July 1,1862, and July 2,1864; date of maturity, 1895 to 1899.
dLoau of 1925; authorizing act Jan. 14, 1875; date of maturity, Feb. 1, 1925.
eLoan of 1908-1918; authorizing act June 13, 1898.
The refunding certificates, amounting to $28,610, are not included in the table.
The public debt reached the maximum Aug. 31, 1865, and amounted to $2,844,649,C2G. The 11011interest-bearing obligations amounted to $461,616,311, the interest-bearing debt being $2,383,033,315.




No.

51.—PKOFIT ON NATIONAL-BANK CIRCULATION, BASED ON A DEPOSIT OF $100,000 UNITED STATES CONSOLS OF 1930, AT THE AVERAGE N E T
PRICE, MONTHLY, OF BONDS DURING THE Y E A R ENDED OCTOBER 31, 1904.

Receipts.

1903.
November
December
1904.
January
February
March . !
April
May
June
July
August
September
October

Circulation obtainable.

Cost of
bonds.

Date.

i
ift]00, 583
106,017
105, 644
104,886
105,213
105, 793
104,903
105,015
I 104,885
l 104, 700
104,881
104, 918

Net
receipts.

Interest
on cir| Interest culation
Gross |
ion bonds. at 6 per receipts. ;
cent.

8100,000
100,000

|
>
j
!
|
i

Deductions.

$2,000 i
2,000 !

100,000
100,000
100, 000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100.0 0
100,000

2,000
2, 000
2, 000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000

S G , O C 0 ••

(5,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6, 000
6,000
6,000
6,000

Expenses.

Tax.

Sinking
fund.

Interest
on cost of
bonds at 6
per cent.

Profit on circulation in excess of
6 per cent on t h e
investment.

Per

Total.

I
$62.50 !
62.50

$500
500

$8,000
8,000

500
500
500
500
500 i
500 I
500
500
500
500

8,000
8,000
8,000
8,000
8,000
8,000
8,000
8,000
8, 000
8,000

62.50 :
62.50 I
62.50 !
62.50 !
62.50 |
62.50 j
62. 50 I
62.50 |
62.50 '
62.50

03. 99
95. 64

$666.49
658.14

90.28
78.65
84. 44
94.43
80.43
82. 68
81.16
78. 58
82.12
83. 28

652. 78
641.15
646.94
656.93
642.93
645.18
643.66
(541.08
644.62
645.78

$7,333.51
7,341.86

!
;
j
I

7, 347. 22
7, 358.85
7,353. 06
7,343.07
7,357.07
7,354.82
7,356.3!
7.858.92
7,355.38
7,354.22

$(5, 394. 98
6,361.02
6, 338. 64
6,293.16 i
6,312.78 |
6,347.58 i
6,294.18 !
6,300.90 !
(5,293.10
6,282.00 I
(5,292.86:
(5, 295. 08

$938.53
980.84
1,008. 58
1,065.69
1,040.28
995.49
1,062.89 1
1,053.92
1,063.24
1,076.92 i
1,062.52
1,059.14 :

0.881
.925
.954
1.016
.989
.941
1.013
1.004
1.011
1. 028
1.013
1.009

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No. 5 2 . — U N I T E D STATES BONDS—MONTHLY RANGE OF PRICES IN N E W YORK FROM JANUARY, 1860, TO OCTOBER 31, 1904.

W

[From the Financial Review, annual, and the Quotation Supplement, monthly, ymblished by the Commercial and Financial Chronicle of New York.]
I860.
j January. !

F

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April. !

May.

\

June.

July.

| August. '

Se

a
^em- |

October

| Novem- | Decer

Securities.

3 i3 I 3
TT. S. 6s of 1868, coupon
U. S. 5s of 1865, coupon
U.S. 5s of 1874, coupon




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108 108 j 109 * 109 i 109*! 108 108J-i 107| 107|,
98
98 100 99|l 100 J 99|. 100|-| 100| 102*1 102 102§i 102|
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93
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U.S.6s of 1868,coupon .
U. S. 6s of 1881, coupon .
U. S. 5s of 1865, coupon .
U. S. 5s of 1871, coupon .
U. S. 5s of 1874, coupon .

100

94

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94
92

100

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ber.

95
94
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85
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95
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U. S 6s of 1881, coupon .
U. S. 5s of 1865, coupon .
U. S. 5s of 1871, coupon .
U. S. 5s of 1874, coupon .
U. S 6s, certificates
U.S.7 3-10 notes

92
93
90
80
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1863.
U.S. 5s of 1881, coupon
U.S. 5s of 1865, coupon
U.S. 5s of 1874, coupon
U.S. 6s, gold certificates
U.S. 6s, current certificates
U.S. 7 3-10s,A.andO

u. s. 7 3-10s, F. and

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106 108 106 107}

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U.
U.
U.
U.
U.

S. 6s of 1881, coupon .
S. 5-.20s, coupon r
S. 10-40s, coupon
S. 7 3-lOs, A . a n d O...
S. 1-year certificates .




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5-20s, coupon
5-20s, new, coupon
10-40s, coupon
7 3-10 notes
1-year certificates .

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104! 11
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1866.
U.'S. 6s of 1881, coupon.
U.-S. 5-20sbf 1862
U. S. 5-20s of 1864
IT. S. 5-20S of 1865
U. S. 10-40S
U. S. 7 3-10 notes, 1st
U. S. 7 3-10 notes, 2d
U. S. 7 3-10 notes, 3d

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5-20s of 1862, coupon
5-20s of 1864, coupon
5-20sof 1865, coupon, M. a n d N .
5-20s of 1865, coupon, J. a n d J ..
5-20s of 1867, coupon
10-40s, coupon

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105! 106 105! 1081
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1868.
U. S. 6s of 1881, coupon
U. S. 5-20s, 1862, coupon ...
U. S. 5-20s, 1864, coupon ...
U.S.5-20s, 1865, M. a n d N .
U. S. 5-20s, 1865, J. a n d J . . .
U. S. 5-20s, 1867, coupon ...
U. S. 5-20s, 1868, coupon ...
U. S. 10-40$, coupon




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6A (5-20 years), coupon.
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April.
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October.
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111 111 113}
114|! 115 108*!
106*; 107$ 109* iio*i 110 105}'
111 j 111 113| 114} I 115107}'

June.
Opening.
Highest .
Lowest . .
Closing..

December.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

! 109*i 111*
113*j I 1 6 *
109*! I l l *
111*1 116$i




116}
119$
116}
119|

116} 111}
117$ 112
116 109}
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j 114f

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114*1 117$| -11 n 11 i i " I 117 ! 11 e a 116$ 118$l 118 j 112} 115* 113}
119}! .11 1 T 7 I 118$
112} 115}
110 1131| 114$ 117}j 119}! 117 117*1 119 117 119 j ns
114}
114|
111*
111}

1191
1191
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115*

116}
121
116*
120}

1131
113-'
113$
113$

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114 i 114$
114 114
f
112 I 100 IDS*
113
111$ 113$ i 112f lOu 108*

117*! 1185 H6} ! H 9 *
117*: 118$ 116| 119*
114* 110 111$; 1133

1.15 1 110

114 I 108} 107$: 109
115 j 109* 109f lllf
110 103*! 105 108*
112$ 107 I 106$: 108}
Q

106$;
108}1
105}!
108}

108
110|
108
110$

112} lllfl 111} 115$ 115*| 116} 109 I 108} 108*
116 117*1 117* 119$ 120 i 118$ 112*1 113}! 114$
1101 lllf! 111} 1141 115*| 116} 109 i 108| 108}

H3| 114*j 115* 119

119*| 117$ 111*1 113

114$

1874.
6s, 1881.

6s (5-20 y e a r s ) , c o u p o n .

6s, 1881.

10-40s.

6s (5-20 y e a r s ) , c o u p o n .

l§
o

'So

# J O
January.
OpeningHighest
Lowest
Closing

j
; I l l 116*1
i 113|
I ill
: ll3f 117

February.
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Highest
Lowest
Closing

!
I ill}
118* 115f 116$|
H 4 | 120* 121 ! 118}120*1
i l l I 117 3 118* 115| 116|i
114$ j 119| 120* 117f 119|

July.

1173 113* 115 ! 115 I 116
7|l 1163
118|i 114}
I 4
117 ! 1123
318f 1

March.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

114|
115*
314*
115}

1193
1193
118*
119f

119|i 117* 118
121 I 118* 120
1191' 116* 118
121 117| 1193

April.
Opening.
Highest .
Lowest . .
Closing..

115*
117 i
115|!
117 |

119|
120|
119*
120||

121*
122
120|
122

May.
Opening.
Highest .
Lowest . .
Closing..

119|
120f
115 119|
120§

116*! Ill* 113* 114}
115*1
118 i 113 ! 114*
116 ! 111*! 113 114 !
1173 112} 114* 115}i

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

117|
120*
117!
119*1

116 j
117$!
115|!
117| j

116}
1164
1153
1153

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

' 112}
j 112$
j 112
| 112|

117*i 118| 1113 115} 116} 116*! H 7 | 118| 110*|
117$i 118$ 112} 116 117f| 116$ 117}! 118| 119};
117*:! 118*: 1113 115f 1163* 110 ! 117|! 1174109};
117}! 118| 112* 116 j 117} 116$| 117$! 1173 1103:

September.
116} O p e n i n g
Highest
117
115} Lowest
Closing
117

I 112$
I 112|
I 112
112}

117}
117}
110}
1173

August.
116f| 1163 1173
121|! 119$ 120§
1161! 116* 1173
121* 119} 1193

{
1183!
1203
1203 119* 120$ 120}:
119} 118 1183 118*!
1203 119} 120} 119}

110|
113|
HO!
113*

114 115*
116|116}
114 115*
116$116|

112* 1123
115} 115|
112* 112!
114}115}

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114h 1173
1131 1173.
11 Ml 117?

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118} 112} 1153 1163! H6*| 1173!
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6
15
117
118}
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October.

118
1183
1173
1183

1193 120$ I 119*120* 119} 115 115 117*
115} 117*
1203 1213 j 120*120} 120|
114} H 6 |
1193! 120$ i 119 1193 1193
120} 114$ 115} 1163
120|i 121$ | 120}! 120|

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing ..

112]
1121
112*
112|

!

117f 118} 112}:
118 I 1188 11331
ii7*: us 112|'
117}! 118} 1133!

115f! 116$ 1153! 117 117 111
H6$j 117}! 116|l 117} 117 112
115f nOf| 115$,! 117 ! 117 111
116} I : llOfi 1173; 117|

118 118L 1103
119* 119} 1123
118 | 1181 3103
119*! 119| 1123

113 114*! 116|j 1173! 117| 112 | 112}
11431 116$; 119 i 120 I 1193 113f: 114}
119
113 I 114*| 116*! 1173, 117} 111n i l i i 7 |
1143 116fj 119 ! 120 j 119| 113 j! 119
114

mn

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November.

1213
122
120
121|

117}| 118} 1191 120$
117*1 118|j 120* 1203
117 j 117} 119* 120*
117* 118| 120* 120|

120* 114} 1151
| Opening .
120} 115* 115| 117* Highest..
119 114} 1143 116} Lowest...
120*
117* Closing ..

us;

June.
Opening.
Highest .
Lowest..
Closing..

117}! 114
119 I 114
116$| 111}
118*1 11U

117| I 1163117* 117*1 113*| 114 :115
1173; 116} 117}! 118*!1134-| 114 j
117
1163! 115} ii6*| n o i
117 116}
vir 1173
:
1173: 118*

j 113}
I 113^'
j 112}
! 113*'

115|! 11631 121 i H5f 117* 118*
120} 1203 1143 1143 114$
115|! 117*| 122 115| 117* 118* 120} 121$ 121* 114} 1143 1153
116*; im
113 116} 1211
120 113} 113}! 114|
114 117 122114* 117 I 118"120*1 121B 121
114 j 1153




December.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

113 11611 1193 1123 114|
118$! 322| 111; n o
H2| i5 UD; n-jj, i n ;
1133
u p nc,

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nr; n^j 119' n9,,i ir.
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1875.
6s, 1881.

January.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

6s (5-20 years), coupon.

10-40s.

6s, 1881.

118*
119f 1 1 |
118 118*
119f 119*

114*
118*
1
115|
119| 118* 1194
114* 116 1184 117* 1184
115|
118| 1194

1184
119*
118
119f

115 115
1164 116* 120
114*
1174
1164 116* 120

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

118*
1181
114*
116

114|

1194 120
119 120|
119f
118 120

115*
1161
115f
116*

117| 120* 118*
118 | 120* 119*
117| 1194 118*
1174 1191 118*

119*
120
119*
119*

113* 116* 119*
114§ 117* 120
113* 116* 119
1144 1161 119

August.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

1154
1174
1154
1174

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

114|
1154
1144
115*!

119
120 121
118| 119;
119? 121*

116*
1174
116*
1174

1174
118*
1174
118]

April.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

114f
1174
114f
117*

120 121 1184! 1184 121
122 123* 118*| 121 121

116
117
115*
117

121*
122|
12 L*
122*

February.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

114*
115^

119*
1204
119*
119|

March.
118|
119*
118*
119|

113*
1194
1204 1204 1144
113*
119* 119*
1204 1204 114

1131
115*
113*
1144

Opening
Highest
Lowest
1194 Closing
1181
1194
118|

1221 115* 1181
123 116 j 1181
120 115J 116
1204 1164 116

1224
1224
1174
120

1204
1204
1174
118|

1224
1224
118
120*

1214
1214
119
120

1171
1171
1164
1164

119* 1224
119* 123
116* 122
116*

119J
121
119*
120*

120*
122
120*j
122

115*
117
115*
117

119*
119*
118*
118*

1184
119*
1184
118|

120*
120*
120
120*

1204
1214
1204
120*

114*
1154
114*
1154

117* 122*
119*1 123
117*| 122*
1194 123

1161
118*
1161
118*

120*
1214
120*
121*

122
123*
122
123*

1161
119*
1161
119|

117*
119*
117*
1181

117*
1194
117*
119*

1191
121
1191
1201

120
1214
120
1214

1154
117
115.
1161

116* 123|
118 124
116* 1234
117* 124

118*
118*
116|
1174

1214
1214
120|
121*

1231
1231
122*
123

119*
1194
118*
119

1191
120*
1181
120*

1204
121*
1194
1214

121*
1214
1204
1214

116f
1244
116* 117* 1244
1154 1161 1234
1164 H7| 1234

1164
117*
115*
117*

121
1224
1201
1224

122|
124
1224
124

1144
1144
1144
1144

1164
1164
115*
116*

119
120*
118*
120*

1201
122*
1204
122*

1214
1221
1201
1221

1164
7| 1234
117 1174 125*
1154 117* 1234
117
125*

120|
116* 121
1154 119*
116 120*

122*
123*
1214
123

123 1174
123 117*
1224 116
122i

October.
119: 120
122- 123|
1211 H9| 1191
120 1i 121
1211 123* 118| Til" 121" 1224 123*

114
1164
1131
116

1154
117* 1241154 1194
117* 123*

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

116
117
115*
117

119*
1224
119|
1224

117*
118
117
118

123
1241
1234
124*

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

1171
1184
117*
1171

118*
1194
118*
119*

122
122*
122
122|

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

November.
1234
124| 1174
1234 117*
7|
124*
118!

119| 121* 123
1204 122^ 124*
123
119|
1204 1221 124*

December.

June.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

CO

10-40s.

September.
119*
120*
1194
119|

May.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

6s (5-20 years), coupon.

120*
118* 118*
119 121| 126* 118* 119*
120* 125| 1171 118*
121 126* 118 118f




121*
122*
121*
122*

1234
1244
1234
124

1244
1254
124|
125*

124
1254
124
125

117* 119* 1234
118 120 125
1194 1234
117
1231

122
122*
122
122|

1876.

I
Opemng
Highest
Lowest
Closing

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

117§ 1191
119| i 122*
117 ! 119§
11931 122

122$
125
122|
125

July.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

120 I 122|
119*! 121
119*1 121

125
128
125
127

August.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

September.
127 Opening
127 Highest
126 Lowest
126* Closing

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing .

1181 i 121
119| I 1213
118*1 120^
119| I 2 1 1




October.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

November.
126f Opening
127| Highest
126f Lowest
127| Closing

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

126|
127
126}
127

! 1211 123|
121 | 123* 1241 118| I H 8 I
119*! 1211 123|! 117*! 1181
121 ! 122i 124*1 118|| 1181

124|
126|
124-1
126|

December.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

10-40S.

1868.

10 years), coupon.

6s, 1881.

J 1867.

6s (5-20 years), cou-

120
120

120* 116* 117! 119. 121$ 118* 1181
120* 1
118! 120! 1213 118f| 119
117| 119! 121 117 H8f
119|
1201 115*
1193 1211
1181

1171
118|
117f
118|

119f
119|
117f
117$

120|
120^
118
118

117*
1171
113
113

1193
1191
1161
1161

119
121$
121| 1163 119|
121 115i 1183
121* 116$ 1183

117
117!
1153
1153

1171
1171
117
117*

118! 1123 113*
1181 113! 1133
1123 113
113!

117
117
116$
116!

118*
118*
118*
118!

115*
115| 116
114! 115*
114i 1153

115f
1151
1141
1141

111*1 127
lllfj 127
ill! 126!
Ill* 126$

117*

118 | 112*
119| i 114
1161 111*
118* 1131

113
113.3
111$
113*

116
116*
1143
116!

118
118
116*
1163

114! 115
1143 1151
113 113*
114 1153

114

110! 1253
111*1 1253
110$! 123
111* 124*

118
118
117
117

116! 117
113* 116* 1171
112* 115* 1163
115* 117*

114
114*
H3|
13
11

115*
115|
114*
114*

113!
113*
1113
1113

111!
111$
110
110

124f
124i
123$
124

116*
118
116!
118

1123
1131
112
113*

113|
113!
Ill*
113!

111!
112!
110$
112*

109|
109|
108
108*

121*
122*
1201
122*

116

|
1131
112*
113|

116
116,
112*
112*

no*
109|
109*

116*
117* 109|
115| 108*
117f 109|

112!
1133
111!
113*

115f
1163
114*
116*

126|
126$
125|
125*

..
!

1251
126*

1877.
6s (5-20 years), coupon.

January.
Opening . .
Highest
Lowest
Closing
February.
Opening
Highest
T
owest
Closing
March.
Opening .
Highest..

Lowest...
Closing...

20 years), cou
pon.

10-40S.

114*
114|
113*
113|

109§
109|
108*
108*

1101
110|
109*
110

113*
1141
112*
1131

July
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

1131

1081
108|
1073
107}

109!
|
0|
110| 113* 1161 1111
108| 1111 114* 109*
108| 111# 114* 109*

Augu
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

14
1*
11
1!
11
11

1131
114
1121
113

115
117*
114!
116

lilt 107| 108 llJLf 113*
109* 112f 114*
1131
111* 107! 108 1111 113
112|
108$ 111* 113*

1Q9*
110|
109*
1101

1061
107 109*
106| I 108$
106j| 1091

109f 1131
109$ | 1131
108*i 112
108*| 112*

o
o
o

September
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

April.
Opening .
Highest..

Lowest...
Closing ..

112; 108| 108|111*
114* 111* 110* 113
1121 108| 108* 1111
110* 1121

1131 110!
115* 1121
113| 110$
115*| 112

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

1051 1071 109| 107 107|
1051
109| 107$ I 1 0 8 |
105 | 106| 109| J06f 107f
105|
109$ 107* 108*

O

May.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

113
111! 1141
110: 113

1141
115|
1141
115*.

110

1121
113
1121
112f

June.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

Ha

H

! 115
| 115*
! 114|j
i 115 I




113 116* 112
116* 112|
1091 1121 115* 111!;
112* 115*! 112|
110

|

Opening
Highest
Lowest
December.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

110 i
*i
110 I
111*

106* 109| 111*
109| 111!
105|| 108] 110

1 0 7 | 108*
10811 108|
107! 108|
108*1 108*

o

1878.
6s, 1881,
coupon

6s (5-20 years),
coupon.

5s, | 5s, 44s,
6s,
4s,
10-40, 1881,1891, cou- j curcou- cou- cou- pon. rency.
1865n. 1867. 1868. pon, pon. pon.

6s,1881,
coupon.

January.
Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing...

105}
106
105|
105|

Opening.
Highest..
Lowest ..
Closing..

105}
106|
1051
105|

103$
104}
103}
103|

1011 1184
102$! 1194
101! 1184!
102 1194

108| 1084xl04f
109 ! 1084 104|
108 I 1064 103
108| 106| 103}

1034
1034
102f
103}

106| 103 105|
106| 103? 106!
105! I 102|105
105$| 103| 105|

xm

107*
108?
107|
108}

xlO3|;
1054
107}! 109 105!!
1054 108| 1032
107}! 109 105|

1041
103
104

1071
107*
107! |
107||

104^ 107} 109|
104|| . | 1104
104 107 I 109| I
104 107 110 I

103 |xl01
im\
103
103 ! 101
104! 103

1001
1011

119
119
118
118

1041 x 100} i
104|i 100!!120}
104I1 1001 120

109! I x 106* i 104$! 100| 1201
1091 106fl 105 ! 100| 120*
108$ 106 j 104$! 100| 1192
10821 1061! 104$ i 1001 120 *
•

108}' 1021
108}' 1021
107!! 102f
107|:
102$

1054
1054
1051
105}

1071 xlO6*
108 1064:
107} 106":
1074 106!

107|!
10811
107|i
108;

105}
106!
105*
1061

107!|
108 I
107!
108

106} x 1031 100$' 1192
1061! 103f 1001 1191
105f; ]03! 1004 1194
1052; 103| 1071 119*

October.
1031 1001
1031 1003
102| 100!
106 j 105|1031 1004

10541 104!
106 | 105|
105! I 104!

Opening.
119} Highest .
117} Lowest ..
119} Closing..

May.

103
103}
102|
102$

1061 100 ! 1034' x99i| 1194
106f 106! 104 ! 1001! 120f
105$: 105} 102? 99?i 119!
106 g 106f 104 100 \ 120| 3

w

November.
109$
10741 103$ 1061
109|
10811 10431 107|
109}
i 1O64|
107|
104| 107§ 109|
1084

1052 1044 1031 1004
107f! 105| 104| 101*
105|| 104|103! 1004
1074 105$ 1044 101f

104* 107 110
105! 108| 111}
110
1081 j 104|| 107|
11U
110$ 105| i 108|

1074
109!
1074
109!

1191 Opening.
122 |; Highest .
119 Lowest .
Closing.

108}
1091!
108}|
109!

103f 10611084
103| 10641094
1084
103| 105|
103$ I 106!109-4

1064|xl05
104 i
107$ I 106! 1051
1064! 105 I: 104 !
107|; 106! 105}

100 121-|
100! 122
100 ! 121}
100g' 122

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December.

June.




1074 10241 105 108
108} 102$! 105-i 108
1074 102fi 104| ;108
108+ 102!! 105i 108

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

April.

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing...

107$
1062
107$

September.
105|
107|
105|
107|

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing...

109
109|
108-1
109}

August.

March.

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing...

:
x l O 7 | :1024Jxl05f xlO8
107| 102| 1061;108}
102$ j 105!107!
107
1074 102i! 105! 1081

102! 1184 Opening.
102} 1194 Highest..
1011 1184 Lowest ..
102 1191 Closing..

1061
109}
108|

February.

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing...

5s, ! b». I 44s, i
6s,
10-40,| 1881, ! 1891, ;
currenCOU- COU- I COU- !
1865n. 1867. 1868. pon. pon.! pon.! pon. cy.

July".
106| 102|
107 £ 103}
1064 102|
106| 102|

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing...

6s (5-20 ye
coupor

108^

105| x 103|
107 104f|
105! 103!!
107 104*|

101} xll9 O p e n i n g
1014 120i ! Highest
101£! 119 'Lowest
lOlf 120? Closing

I
j
I

1091 103* 1061 109$ 107*1!106! x 104}! 100f!xll9
1094 103$ 1061 109$ 1081 lOGf 104?! 100^! 120|
109! 103f! 105! 108 107* i 10G-J 104 JOOg 119
109f 1C3$| 105^1 108 ! 1081' 106$ 104$- I00.U 119|

1879.
Coupon bonds.
5-20s.

44s,
1881. 1867. 1868. 10-40s. 5s, 1881. 1891.

4s,
1907.

Coupon bonds.

6s, currency,
1898,
registered.

44s,
1881. 1867. 1868. 10-40s. 5s, 1881. 1891.

January.
Opening.
Highest .
Lowest . .
Closing ..

108f
108|
104f
105

107
1074
105|
106*

1041
106*
104f
106*

x994
100
99|
100

1194
121}
1194
121}

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing ..

106f 102*! 102
106| 102f 102|
105! 102 j 1024
1062 102}! 102

105
105|
1042
104f

xlO7
104|
104*
104|

106*
106|
106
106§

100
100
100
100|

120;
122
120!
122

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing ..

102}
102*
101*
102

104| xlO5*
105*
104|
104
103|
104|

100}
100{
99}
99i

122
122
121|
121f

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing ..

102
102
1014
101*

1042
105|
1044
104$

104!
1062
104|
106f

121
1244
1214
1244

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing ..

xlO3f
104
103,
103|

107
107107
107|

February.

102* 1024 x
102*; 1024
102 i 102|
102* i 102$

April.
x99

May.

106}
1064
105!
106*

!
102f
1012
102}

123
124
122f
123}

1045
1042
104}
104f

xlO2f
102|
101!
102*

106*
106*
105
105f

102
102
100|
101}

123*
123*
123*
123*

104f!
105 .
104? .
105" .

102*
103
102*
103

xlO4f
105f
104f
105f

101}
1022
101}
1022

105
1054
105
105*

102f
1034
102!
103f

105*
105!
105*
1052

x lOlf
102f
101$
102}

105*
106|
105*
105!

xlO2f
102f
102
1024

106f
107*
106}
107*

102*
103|
102*

124*
125
124
124*

106*
107
106;
107;

1024
103$
1024
103|

106f
105f
106|

103
104*
103
104

xl21*
122
121*
122

123
123
123
123

November.
106*
1074
1064
1074

101!
1034
101!
103*

124* Opening .
1254 Highest..
Lowest...
Closing ..

June.
Opening.
Highest .
Lowest ..
Closing..

103|
104*
103|
104}

October.

106f
106*
105|
106f

Opening.
Highest .
Lowest . .
Closing..

xl04|
104!
104f
104'

September.
106$
106|
105f
106f

Opening.
Highest .
Lowest ..
Closing..

registered.

August.

March.
Opening.
Highest .
Lowest . .
Closing..

1907.

July.
106 xlO2$ 104|
106 102$ 104|
106*
102f
105f 102* 103|

Opening.
Highest .
Lowest..
Closing.

6s, currency,

5-20s.

December.
1074
107$
107f
107|




103f X1064
1032
1064
105|
103|
106*
1032

102!
103
102;
102!

X1234
1234
123
123

g
Lowest.
Closing

188O.
Coupon bonds.
1881. \ 5s, 1881.

4£s,1891.

|
4s, 1907.

6s

1898, reg5s,1881. 41s,1891. 4s, 1907. istered.

January.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

106|
107f
106|
107|

xlO3
104|
103
1041

x.103
103$
103
103|

1071
109*
107|
1081

105!
107*
105

105|
1051
105*
105|

103|
103!
103
103*1

xlO8
108!
107*
10

106$
107f
106|
107f

102|
106*
1051
106*

103|
104
103|
104

109
109!
108!
109

x 106|
107!
106|
107!

106§
1071
106|
106|

1021
103|
102$
103!

109!
110|
1081
110|

107|
109
107!
109

mi
mi
m*
mi

109;.
110!
1091
110!

102|
102f
1021
102f

110$
110$
109
109

110*
1101
108{
1081

102|
103
102!
103

108*
110!
108*
110!

xl07*
109|
107*
109f

104,
1041
104|
104|

Highest .
Lowest..
Closing..

x 102
102
1011
101!

Ill*
112|
111*
112

110
112!
1091

180
1.30

nil

1291

104*
104|
104!
104f

101*
1011
101
1011

1111
112

lllfj

mi

ii3i:

131
134
134
134

128
128
128
128

w

September.

October.

May.

November.

June.




xlO2|
102$
102|
1023

104f
104|
104|
1041

Opening.

April.

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

xlO8|
109|
108!
109|

104|
1041
1041
104|

Opening.
Highest .
Lowest..
Closing..

126
126
126
126

March.

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

109!
110!
109f
110!

104!
1041
1041
104|

Opening.
Highest .
Lowest.
Closing.

103|
103|
103|
103$

August.
105;
105|

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

xlO4!
104*
1031
104*

Opening.
Highest .
Lowest.
Closing.

February.

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

O

Julx

Opening.
Highest .
Lowest..
Closing..

103f
104
103|
104

xlO4*
104|
104*
1041

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

6s, currency,

Coupon bonds.

> currency,
L898, registered.

w

December.

106|
107

103*
103|
103!
103|

x109| |
109f|
1O9§;
109fl

109 |.
10911.
108$ .

Opening.
Highest .
Lowest..
Closing..

112

mil

OO

1881.
Coupon bonds.
1,1881.

Coupon bonds.

44s, 1891. 4s, 1907.

6s, 1881.

| 5s, 1881.

44s, 1891.

4

n7
0

'-

6s, currency,
Il898,registered.

O

January.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

xlO2?
102?
0
102

114
H4f
H4f
114|

102f
102||
1014i
101*;

102*
102"
101
101 i

|
113?
113?

xlllf
112?
HI?
112?

1014
101|
100J
101

101*
101|
101
101*

xll3
H3f
112|

lOOf
101i
lOOf
101

xlOO*
102*
99?
102*

113
113
113
113

xll6§
116§
115*
116

116*
117*
116
117*

101*

112

101*!
101? j

101;
1011

112
1121

101 f
101|

xlOO?
101
100|
100*

112*
112|
111?
112|

101
102
1001
102

xlOl*

ioir

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

102|
103
102*
102?

xll7*
117*
115?

February.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

116
114?
115?

p

March.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

102
102*
102
102*

116 !
1171'

April.
102f
103|
102f
103[

III!

1121
114f
112|
114f

103?
106|
103?
106*

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

xlOlf
105
101|
104*

114?
1164
114?
1164

101*
101?
101*
101?

102
102|
1011
102*

113114

104*
104*
103
103|

xll5f
115f
114|
115

x lOOf

1024
103*
102|
103*

xll3?
114|
113?
114

May.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing
June.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing




104
104
102|
103

ion
iooi
101*

xl30
130
129
129

1882.
Registered bonds.

Coupon bonds.

6s, continued
at 3i.
January.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

Coupon bonds.

6s, continued
at 3|.

5s, con6s, curtinued 4is, 1891. 4s, 1907. rency, 3s, option,
U.S. "
at 3|.

Registered bonds.

; Gs, curoption,
4s, 1907. I rency, 3s, U.S.
;
1898.

5s, continued

1

July.
100?
101
1003
101

x 102!
102*
1021
102-|

101
101
100|
1001

1001
1

114f
1141
H4f
1141

102^
102|
1011
102

1141
1141

118

102
103|
102
103§

xll3*
113|
113|
113|

lOlf
1018
101|

X1024
1032
1011
102}

102}
102}
101}
101}

116}
116}

ioi!

114ij
114!^

xll9

115}
1164
115}
116}

101}
lOlf
101}
lOlf

131
131
131
131

117f
\Y6l
117}
118}

February.

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

102
102
101}
101}

xlOl
102!
100*
1011

114
115
114

120f j
118
120*

W

August.

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

101}
101J
i

H4l

120| i
120}
119|i
1191!

j

O
O

March.

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

1001

101 \

O
f

April.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing
May.

O

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

a

June.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

xlOO
100}
100
100}




120*
120|
120!
120!

.
.
.

1883.
Registered bonds.

Coupon bonds.
5s,continued at 3£.

4s, 1907.

Coupon bonds.
5s, continu e d a t 3*.

3s, option, I 6s, curU. S.
jrency, 1898.

xlO2
104
102
104

February.
Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing ..

103|
103|
1031
103|

3 | Opening.
131* Highest .
131| Lowest ..
131* Closing..

xll9*
119|

xlO3*

1181
120
1181

104*
104*
103^
104|

Opening.
Highest .
Lowest.
Closing...

104
104*
103|

Opening.
Highest .
Lowest.
Closing.

xlO3*
103J
103 ,
103 I

Opening.
Highest .
Lowest .
Closing.

113 j
|
|
113*|

104*
103|
104|

119f

H3f

120*
119
120*

April.

113*

May.

119
119*

xll2|
113
112|
1121

H9§
120
119f
120

103|
103|
103*
103*

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

103|
104
103*
103|

Opening.
Highest .
Lowest . .
Closing..

June.




103f
103§
103
103

113
113*
112|
1131

103
103|
103
103|

112*
114
112*
114

19|
121*
H9f
121*

103f
1031
101*
101*

133
135
132*
135

114*
114|

xl20*
122
120
122

xlOO*
100*
100*
x 100*

135|
136*
135|
136*

1|
122|

100§
100f
100*
100|

136*
136*
136
136

123

100}
102

123
124|

102

X134
134*
134
134*

C

W

November.
113
113f
113
113*

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing ..

119;
118i
119

October.

xll9f
120

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing ..

112J
113

September.
x 112*

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing ..

3s, option, j 6s, curU. S.
Irency, 189!

August.

March.
Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing . .

4s, 1907.

July.

January.
Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing ..

4*s, 1891.

Registered bonds.

114f
115
114*
115

121}
122|

December.

Q

w
w
a

xll4
114
113|
H4|

1884.
Registered bonds.

Coupon bonds.
4*s, 1891.

4s, 1907.

Coupon bonds.

3s, option,
6s, currency, 1898.
U. S.

4*s, 1891.

January.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

114$

xl23|
124$
123$
123|

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
134! Closing ..

1001
1001
100|

123|
1231
123|
123|

101
101
101
101

135$
135$
135$
135$

123|
124|
123|
124|

101
101
101

114$

100*
100!
100|
100!

112$
112|

1203
121|
120
1211

1001
101
100!
101

112$
113!
112f
113|

1211
119J
1211
121f
122f
121*
122!

xll3|
113$
112|
113$

123f
123!
122$
122|

fed
w
c

101
101
100$
100$

114*
113|
114*

6s, currency, 1898.

100
100$
100
1001

120|
120$
119|
120|
xllK
111!

Opening .
HighesF..
Lowest...
Closing ..

April.

5

o
fc-l

October.
Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing ..

1131
1131
113
113f

xl23f
124
123$
123|

xl01$!
101$
1001
100|

113$
1131
110

123$
123$
118|
120|

100
1001
100
100!

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

xlllf

120f
120|
118J
119*

100|
1001
100
100

Opening .
Highest.
Lowest.
Closing .

May.

November.

June.




q

September.
1131
113$
113|

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

TT

xll8i
120$
118*
120$

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing ..

March.

,,,,,

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

i3S' ° P t i o n >

4s, iyu/.

August.
1141

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

112
1121
112

134f

February.

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

AK 1QO7

July.
114|

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

Registered bonds.

December.

mi
110f

noi

101*
101*1
101*!
101*|

i

1885.

Registered bonds.

Coupon bonds.
4!s, 1891.

4s,1907.

U.S.

Coupon bonds.

6s, currency, 1898.

4!s,1891.

xl21*
122|
121!
121*

101!
101*
101
101*

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest.
Closing

102
102
101!

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest.
Closing
I Opening ...
I Highest....
| Lowest
| Closing

February.
122|
121*
122f

X112
112!
112
112

122*
122$
122|
122|

101!
101!
101
101!

112f
112$

x 121!
122*
121|
122

xlOl
102!
101
102!

10H

March.

122*
122*




x122$
1221
122$
122$

x103|
103£

122$
123!
122|

133*
1331
183,!
ii«i

108
103J
102;
108'

1031
103|

112*
113*
112*
113*

%
/
^
w
6

123}

104'
103 =
108|

134
134
134
134

112!
113!
112|
1134

x 122*
124
122|
124

x 103!
104
103!
103!

134
134
134
134

113*
1131
113-1
113*

1231
1231
123|
123?

104
104

xll2f
1121
ll'M
1121

123f
1241!
123|!
124*

103!
1041.
103|
103i,

x 112!
1121
112!

123!
122-

Closing .

102$
103*
102|
103f

136*1'
137£j
136*!
137!

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing ..

o
H
~

November.
112*
113*
112|

:

w

October.

June.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

112!

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest.

May.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

112*

September.

April.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

6s, currericy, 1898.

August.
112*
112J

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

3s, option,

July.
112$
112|

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

4s, 1907.

OO

:PU.

January.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

Registered bonds.

1021

December.
xll2*
123!
112*1

103*
104!
103*
104!

x 135
135 i
134!:
134^

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing ..

xl33

h
r

133
133
138

o

1886.
Coupon bonds.
4*s,1891.

Registered bonds.

4s, 1907.

6s, cur3s, option,
r e n c y , 1898.
U.S.

4*s, 1891.

January.
Opening.
Highest .
Lowest ..
Closing..

xl23
124
123
124

xlO2
102|
1005

1001
101
1001
101

Highest..
Lowest...
Closing ..

Cs, currency, 1898.

xlOO!
100!
100!
100|

1261
127
1251

g
C
£j
M

100!

135
135
135
135

^
£j

100|!
101*:
100| I

ion

liit

100£

p

September.

!i O p e n i n g
: Highest
! i Lowest

j
•

Closing

April.

xllO
112*
109|
112*

Illl

m*

127*
127*
125|
126|

ill!

g|

124|
1271

I

x!12|
112|
111!

lisf
120-}
128-1

133*
134
133

ii
^j
O

October.

x 100|
1011
100|
101!

112f

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing ..

May.

1111
lilt

xl29
129
127!
1281

Ill

xl26|
126
125

X

112
112

100

November.

Opening.
Highest .
Lowest..
Closing..

126*
126*
1253
126

ion

101!
1001

ion

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing ..

June.




xl26
127
1255
127

mi

136! Opening .
Highest..
Lowest.
6i
136! I Closing .

1001

March.

Opening.
Highest .
Lowest ..
Closing..

U.S.

August.
114 j
1121
114

Opening.
Highest .
Lowest . .
Closing..

3s, option,

111!
112*
111!
112f

Opening .

135*
135*1
135*!
135*;

February.

Opening.
Highest .
Lowest . .
Closing..

4s, 1907.

Juh
112f
112!

Opening.
Highest .
Lowest..
Closing..

Registered bonds.

Coupon bonds.

Ills
111*
110!

128*
129*
127
129

Q

d

fee

December.
xllll
ill!
112

12C|

12V
127;

101f
102!
lOlfj
101*1

Opening . . .
Highest
LowestClosing

x 110|
110!
110*
llOf

129
129|
128*
128*

1001
101
100|
101

1.32*
132

^
.<

1887.

4*s, 1891.

Coupon bonds.

Registered bonds.

Coupon bonds.
4s, 1907,

6s, cur6s, currency, 1898. rency, 1899.

4is, 1891.

January.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

*
128*
1262
128*

13|
132*
132|

110*
110*
110
110

128|
128f
128*

134|
134|
134f
134f

137;
137;
137,
137*

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing . .

128
129
128

135
135
135
135

136f
136!
136|
136!

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest..
Closing ..

110
110*
110

1282
129f
128|
129*

134!
134!
134!
134!

137*
137*
1371
137*

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing ..

110,
1101

129
129f
128f

137^
137j
137J
1371

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing ..

1O9|!
109| i
109*:
109*i

129f
129*
129
129|

April.

127
128;
125]
1251

128
128
128
128

xlO8*
108|
108
108|

5£
125|
124|

108*
108f
108*
1082

126*
124|
126*

November.

June.




108$
110*
108
108

October.

May.

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

132
132
131
131

September.
xlO9
109|
108|
109|

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

x 128*
128*
127*
127*

August.

March.

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

109±
109*
108!
109

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest.
Closing

February.

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

4s, 1907.

July.

110*
110*
109f
110

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

Registered bonds.
6s, cur6s, currency, 1898. rency, 1899.

109
109

126|
126?
126
126;

107
108|
107
108*

125*
1262
124*
126f

December.

xl32*
132*'
132*
132*1

Opening
Opi
Hisghest.
i
Lowest.
Closing ,

127
127
127
127

129
129
129
129

1888.
Coupon bonds.
o
a
to

;, 1891.

Registered bonds.

4s, 1907.

6s, cur- I 6s, eur- ,
rency, 1898. rency, 1899.1

4}s, 1891

107i108|

126
1261
125±

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing ..

126|
126|
125| I
125 '

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest.
Closing

February.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

x 106f
106f
106|
106|

125*
125|
1251
125f

127
127
127
127

1271

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing . .

x 1061
1061
1061
106i
October.

106|
1071
106|
107|

126|
123|
126|

108}
107f|
108*1

126i
127}
1261
127}

127*.
128}|.
127| .
128} .

Op<ening

1

November.

June.




108|
108|
108|
108|

Opening .
Highest.
Lowest..
Closing .

May.

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

107|
107|
107^
107*

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

April.

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

1071107}
107}
107|:

September.

March.

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

63, cur6s, currency, 1898.'rency, 1899.

August.
108
108

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

4s, 1907.

July.

January.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

Registered bonds,

Coupon b o n d s .

108i|
109§
108|
1091
December.

xl07
107|
-s
107 i
10"

highest.
Hi*
Lowest..
Closing .

.

L

108 *
•

108|
1081!
108^1

128}
128| i
128}'
128.|

O

1889.
Coupon bonds.
4£s, 1891.

Registered bonds.

6s, cur6s, cur4s, 1907. rency, 1898. rency, 1899.

January.
Opening.
Highest .
Lowest . .
Closing..

108|
109
108|
109

Coupon bonds.

xl26|
1282
1262
1282

I

127
127*,
127*1
127*

4*s, 1891.

1081
1073
108|

129|
129|!
129-1!
1291!

108$
1081
108|

106?
106^
106$
106|

128
128

xl28f .
129 .
128?!.
129 I.

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest.
Closing .

1291'.
129| i.
1292!.
1292!.

Opening .
Highest.
Lowest.
Closing ,

1292
129| i
1292!
129||

Opening .
Highest.
Lowest.
Closing ,

September.
128*
1282
127^
127|
October.

May.

1053!
105?!
105|!
105| I

127
127

105|
105i|
105*!
105f

127
127
127
127

November.

Opening.
Highest .
Lowest . .
Closing..
June.




x 128 £
128*
128|
128*

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing ..

April.

Opening.
Highest .
Lowest ..
Closing..

3
106?
106f
106 j
106$

Opening ,
Highest..
Lowest ..
Closing ..

March.

Opening.
Highest .
Lowest . .
Closing..

6s, cur-

August.
128|
128|

109
109
109
109

Opening.
Highest .
Lowest . .
Closing..

6s, cur-

4s, 1907. rency, 1898. rency, 189?

July.
Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing ..

February.
Opening,
Highest .
Lowest . .
Closing..

Registered bonds.

December.

106^
106$
106|
106

xl04f
105
104$
105

127f
127*
127*
127*

125|!.
125|j.
126$!.
125§!.

o

1890.

January.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

Opening .
Highest.
Lowest:
Closing

]

February.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

104.1
104|
104 A
104|

10'ih
103^!
103JI
103fj

123
123!j
122 I
122|J

103|
103|
103|




Opening .
Highest.
Lowest.
Closing

1221
122

Opening.
Highest..
Lowest.
Closing ..

124||
124| |
!
124? I

124
12U
124

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

124 |
124 i

Opening
Highest
* Lowest
Closing

122|
124}
122f
124

o

w

November.

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing ..

Opening
Highest
Lowest.
Closing

O

Opening.
Highest..
Lowest .
Closing.

123|:
123|
123|i
123|

103
103
103
103

September.
102|
103! I 122i
1021 .122
1031

Registered
6s, cur4s, rency,
1891. 1907. 1898.
October.

August.
122
122}
122
122

June.
ii
.,.-!!
ii
jl

4s,

Coupon.

Registered
6s, currency,
1898. !

July.

May.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

123|
123|
123!
123!

March.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

Registered
4s, 6s, currency,
1891. 1907. 18981
April.

105
126| I,
105 126}
104| 125
104| | 125

Coupon.

Coupon.

! Coupon. | Regis- j
tered j
4.1s, 4s, 6s, cur-1
1891. 1907. rency,
1898.

104
10-1
104
101

124
124
123
123

Q
O

H

December.
103|
103f
1033

123}|
122
123}

115
11^
115
115

O

o
H

O

c

1891.
Coupon.
4s,
1891.

January.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

121
120;
120?

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing ..

121
121
121
121

March.

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

April.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

121*.
12HJ.




102
102
102
102

122
122
122
122

Coupon.

Registered
6s, cur4s, rency,
1907. 1898.

Registered
6s, cur4s, rency,
1891. 1907.

Registered
6s, cur4is,
1891. 1907. rency,
1898.

May.

February.

Coupon.

Coupon.

Registered
6s, currency,
1898.

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing ..

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

100|
100|
100|
1001

117
117;
117

118
118
118
118

S

Opening.
Highest .
Lowest..
Closing..

117
116
117

November.

August.
Opening .
Highest..
Lowest.
Closing

June.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

O

October.

July.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

100|
100|
100|
100|

1161
116$

September.

Opening.
Highest .
Lowest..
Closing..

117
117

December.

'.

118,
117

Opening
Highest
Lowest

<
j

Closing

j

a
o

w
o
118i
1161

w

a

1892.
Registered.

Registered.
4s,
6s,
6s,
1907,
cur- curcou- 4s,
pon. 1907. ren- rency,
cy.
1898. 1899.

January.
Opening.
Highest .
Lowest ..
Closing..

117
116
116

February.

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

116f | 116$
117
116$ 116*
116* l l o i

March.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

117*: 116*
117*.' 1161
1
117 ! 116
117




116
116
116
116

1907,
cou- 4s,
pon. 1907.

April.
118* Opening...
118, Highest ...
118* Lowest
118-1 Closing
May.
Opening...
Highest ...
Lowest
Closing
June.
Opening.
Highest .
Lowest .
Closing...

116*
116f
115|
116*

116
116*
115$
116

cy,
cy,
1898. 1899.

July.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

115*1
116*
117f

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

.. xll6£

nel
116*

.117|

1161
116|
116*

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

6s,

116*
116$
116
116

116

116*
116
116*

116

116
116
116

cy,

cy,

1898. 1899
H

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

O
115
114*
114*'

H

W

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest.
Closing

o

us
115
114f
U4f

114*1.
H5 i.
114*!.
14l

December.
115
114
115

6s,

cur- curren- ren-

November.

September.
117|-

4s,
1907,
cou- 4s,
pon. 1907.

October.

August.
117*1
11511
117*

Registered.

Registere
4s,
6s,
1907,
cou- 4s,
1907.
pon.
cy,
cy,
1898. 1899.

43,

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

114*
114f
114 113
114 : 113

o
so
o
H

W

o

1893.
Coupon
bonds.
4s, 1907.

Coupon
bonds.

Registered bonds.
4*s, 1891.
extended 4s, 1907. 6s, currency,
at 2 per
cent.

4*s, 1891,
4s, 1907. extended
at 2 per
cent.

6s, currency,
1899.

January.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

Opening.
Highest .
Lowest.
Closing.

113
xlll$
xlll$

Opening.
Highest .
Lowest..
Closing..

February.

I

March.
111$
112j
llli

ii2*!!
114*!-

112-J-

113*
113*
113*
113

113*
113|
112
113

110*
110*
110
110

111

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

110$!.
111§:110!!.

nu

in
in*

i

November.
112$
112$
112*
112-1

113
113

Opening.
Highest.
Lowest..
Closing..

June.




112
112
111*
111*!

107$ I
111-1-

September.

May.

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

108
111-8,

October.

113}
113f,
H2|!
112*1

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

110$
111|
108*
108|

108
1121
108
112

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

April.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

110}
111?
108
108

August.
113
113
112;
112f

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

6s, currency,

4s, 1907

July.
113*
114}
113f
114}

xll3
114
113
114

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

Registered bonds.

112*
114

im
114"

95$
95}
95}
95}

112
X113

December.

111
111$
110
110

99$
99$
96
96

110$
110$
110

Opening
Highest
Lowest.
Closing.

115
115
114
114

113*!.
114 I.
1 1 3 I.
1 1 3 I.

108
108
108
108

6s, currency,
1899.

1894.
Registered bonds.

Coupon bonds.

! Chero| 6s, cur- 6s, cur- 6s, cur!
1907. I 5s, 1904. h i,1907. k e e 4s, 5s, 1904.1 rency, rency, rency,
1897.
1896.
1895.

Opening
; Highest
Lowest
Closing

113
114 !
112f!
113*:

113*
112i|
113*'

February.
117B,
1171
117f
1171

114
113£
114

117f|
117ft
117-||
117 f j

-

!
i

I
j
i

March.
1H
115
114

117-i
1171

112I-]
113*!
11!

114?,
114f

118

113 1
114-I
113|

117|i
117^1
117|!

!
J
i

i
•

119

113*
114?
113*
113*

114
115
114
115

x 1111
119
mi

115
115
115
115

119
119*
119
119-A-

ion,
1011
ion

118£

a

g

!! Opening
!| Highest
! Lowest
! Closing
October.

118
U9-h

114]
115

119f
120'

tej

119*:.
119|

H

119*;.

November.
114
114

118-1118-1
117|

117*
118*
1171
117|

112*

Opening .
nin
Highest.
Lowest..
Closing..

114
114

116

x 119-J1191
1174
119

106
106 ;
119 I
119

December.

June.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

j Opening .
i Highest..
| Lowest...
I Closing...

! Opening .
! Highest..
! Lowest...
I Closing

May.
Opening.
Highest..
Lowest . .
Closing . .

x 113*
• 115
! 113:
! 114-

September.

April.
Opening.
Highest.,
Lowest ..
Closing..

Chero6s, cur- 6s, cur- 6s, cur5s, 1904. 4s, 1907. 1 kee 4s, 5s, 1904. rency, rency, rency,
1898.
1897.
1895.
1896.

August.

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

Opening.
Highest..
Lowest ..
Closing ..

4s,
1907.
July.

January.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

d bonds.

Coupon bonds.

115
114]




113f

llll'
118| I
1171-1
118*i

I
!
!

|
'
!
|

|! Opening .
! i Highest..
| Lowest...
| Closing...

116
1.16
114*

119117
117

117*1.

111
in

100 I
106 |

111
111

1895.

4s,
4s,
1907. 1925.

January.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing
February.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing
March.
Opening.
Highest .
Lowest . .
Closing..
April.
Opening.
Highest .
Lowest . .
Closing..
May.
Opening.
Highest .
Lowest . .
Closing..
June.
Opening.
Highest .
Lowest . .
Closing . .

5s,

x 113*
1134
112*
112$

117 113*
117* 13*
115* 112*
115| 112,

\
I
|
i
I

110|
113
110
112|

Coupon bonds.

Registered bonds.

Coupon bonds.
4s,
1907.

o 118*|xll4$
all9$| 116*
a 118* 114$
a 119| 116

4s,

2s,
op- cur5s,
1904. tion- rency,
cy,
al.
1896. 1898. 1899.

108f
108*;
108*!
108*

114*
116*

[ 320*
112* 119
112* 120| 115*

111]
111$
110*
1111

120*| 116
120* 116
120*
120*

112
112f
112
1121

116
116*

111
lllf
111
111*

120
120*
120f
120*

H9|

120|
121|
120*
121*

1.|
1H
161
1*

1124
113$
112="
113$

1204
123|
1204
123|

116*
115f
116*

111
112f
111*
112

113*
113j
113

123
123
123|
123|

116s
116*
116*
116*!

112
112*
1111
112




108*
108,
108|

116
1141

120f
121*
120*!
121*!

964
96|
96;

116*i
116*1
116*!.
116*1.

4s,
1925.

5s,

4s,

6s,
2s,
5s,
op- cur1904. tion- rency,
al.
1896.

109
109
109
109

6s,
currency,
1899.

iJ
«

xll2i
113
112,
112,

124
124*
123*
123*

116|
116*
116*1
116*1

112*
112*
112
112}

115*
115*

August.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

112*
112*
112
112*

122*
122*
121*
121*

115$
115$
115*|
115f

1124
112|
112*
1124

115
115*

September.
Opening
Highest
Lowest.
Closing .

ir
114$
114$|

116
116

July.
Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing ..

102|
102|
102*
102*

117*

113
110
112*

4s,

GO

Registered bonds.

112*
113
112*
113

123*
123*
121*
122*

115*
116
115*
115*

111*
111*
111*
111*

October.
j Opening
Highest
Lowest
j| Closing .

xlll*
112
xlll*
112

1224
123
122f
1224

116*
115*

112*
112*
112
112

121*
12H
120|
121

115
115*
114*
114*

112
112*
112
112*

120|
121f
119
119

115
115 1114
112 110
113*| 110

!
November.
! Opening
I Highest
Lowest
Closing
December.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

,

liens*

112*

116
116
114*
114*j

m i I 1 2 O | 115
mi! i20| 115
nit! 1 2 o *
111 11 120*

a These are dealings in the " Unlisted department" of the Stock Exchange in " Bonds, when issued."

1174
{
1174 115*
1174
1174

109
109
109
109

102}
102| .
102*'.
102}:

1896.
Registered bonds.

4s,
1907.

I

March.

6s,
6s,
6s,
4s
5s, cur- cur1925. 1904. ren- rency,
cy,
1897. 1898. 1899.

116k
116*

113
113
110*

1081
108^
106
106

116}
116*
112|
113|

11:

109|
1074
107^

109
109
1084

1061
1061
104*
10

112*|
11341
Ill* 108*!.
113 i 109!

1061 113*1 110}
1061 1161 110}
105* 113*1 110 I
1061 1161J 110 I

! 103
! 103
' 103
;
103

1074| H 6 llOf
107*| 1164 HOI!
105-21151! llOfj
107|
115= not

j

i

!

j
.

103
112*
112*
103
1101
103
110* ......103

105
105
105
105

107f
106
106f

1131
ill}
113.

107
107|
1061

H3|
117f
113*
117

109|

x 108} 116|
108}
llSk
10611 115
107*! 1184

1114'

o
o

g

September.

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

Opening .
Highest..
•vest.

Closing .
April.

107-2-

109},
1111-

October.

Opening.
Highest .
Lowest . .
Closing..

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

May.

June.
Opening.
Highest .
Lowest . .
Closing..

4s,
1907.

August.

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest.
Closing

_....
| 111

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

5s,
op1904. tion-

July.
Opening
Highest
Lowest.
Closing .

February.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

4s,
1925.

al.

January.
Opening.
Highest .
Lowest .
Closing

Registered bonds.

Coupon bonds.

6s,
6s,
6s,
cur- cur- curren- ren- rency, cy, cy,
1897. 1898. 1899.

November.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

I 110}
! 110}
109|
109|
1091
110}
109|

110




116|
118|
1161
1164

December.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

1

1

4

1104
1111
xlll

11041 120| 1134
109* !x 1184 x l l l
110k 120

1101
I 112

120|
119
120|

1131
111
113]
114

1081
1104
1084
110

120 1111-!.
120 112| |
.
119| 111}!.
11% 112*!.

109
1101
109

120
f
120§
120 114
113f
120|
114 !

S

o
X

1897.
Coupon bonds.

Registered bonds.

Coupon bonds.

Cs,
1907.

4s,
1925.

2s, op- 4s,
5s,
1904. tion- 1907.
al.

4s,

5s,

1925.

1904.

curren-

cy,

114*
114f
114*

H4f

123|
123!
122!
123

113

July.
Opening.
Highest .
Lowest.

110$
111!
110|
lllf

120*
1224
120*
122*

113?
113*
113f

103!|
103*!
103!
103*'

lllg112

1224
122i

1133
1131
^,4.
113 J
113|

1034 1064! Opening
1034 106$! Highest
103-i-l 1064|
Lowest
1034i 1<
Closing

Closing

February.
112f
113*
112|
113

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing ..

113
113A
113~

123
123 £

114*
114*
114*

111
111

1231
123$
123*'
123*

Opening.
Highest .
Lowest
Closing

114*
1131
114*

1111

125
126|
124
126|

112
112!
112
112;

125?
125|
125
1253

126
126
125
125A

114
115

1134
114 I

126
128*
126
127-!

4s,
1925.

OS,

1904.

llllj
112
1111
1113!

125*
125|
124!
125*

984984
98;

112*
112*
112
112 I

1253
125|
125*
1254

lllf
112*
lllf
112

126|!
126!
126|!
12GH

currency,
1899.

113!
113!
1134

98*
98*
98*
98*

6s,

currency,
1898.

H4f

114*
114*
114*
114*

113*

1134
114
1131
113|

2s, op- 4s,
tion1907.
al.

115
114
115

1131
114

13l
1|
113*|
1133|

115

October.

April.
112*

!

112|
112
112

121*
1244
123$
123f

1234
1234
123
123

114§
114!
114*

113*
113*
113*
113*

122f
123*
122$ I
123

113
113*
113
113*

107$
1074

Opening
Highest .
Lowest
Closing

115

127!!.

115|I
115 1
15111

112

i27l!:

113
113!
112f
113

127*
127*
127*
127*

1143
115

129
129
127|
127|

114

November.

May.

112* xlS
112
112h

123*
1224
123*

113
1134
113
113*

in
in

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

114!

1271
128^
127|
128^

115
115
115
115

1283'
129*
128
128$

114
114!

114
114!

US*

102
1023
1023
1023

December.

June.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

5s,
1904.

September.

March.

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

xll2
112!
1111

4s,
1925.

August.

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

4s,
1907.

i-i

120*
124
124

1111
12|

6s,

currency,
1899.

1898.

January.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

Registered bonds.

6s,

|
113*
H2|
113




123:
125|
1232
125*

1144
114$
114
114

HOI

125!
1251!
125*1
125*1

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

H3|
115

x 1124
113
112!
1123

1141,
1144

993
993
993
993

1898.

XT'

bond

1908-1918.

currencv,
1898.

1904.

1925.

1907.

optional.

R e gistcred bonds.
1908-1918
hen issued).

1904.

1907.

1908-1918.
CQ

1925.

Coupon

currency,
1898.

1

1904.

2s optional.

1908 -1918
hen issued).

1925.

1907.

t

1925.

Registered b o n d s .

Coupon b o n d s .

C

»o

1

O

January.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

1

113* 128
114$ 129*
19811141 129]

1141
115
114

991

99}

112} 193.1
113} 129}
127'113} 128]-

1

114115
114
113}

1

103
104 i
104 !
104

'

99}
114*
113
112} 124

1^1

113}

104

99

l l l f logi
111} 124

103};
103*

1131.

March.

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

. . .

April.
Opening
Highest . . .
Lowest
Closing
May.
Opening.
Highest
Lowest
Closing
June.
Opening.. .
Highest
Lowest
Closing... .

111
1111
110^
111

112*
111
112

95

I-JOI

110}
111

95

124}
128}
195

110}

124
124
124
127}

113

100}

112

102

111
111}
111
111}

127|

1121ir>
112
112}

102

98

110}
110}
110}
110}

127}
127|127
127|

11!^-

102}

n°i

10>>i

98} 110}
111
110}
98 i 1101 §

127-/-3

1121
112*
112*
112}

101

105

102

105

98}

126}
1121
112
1122

102|
103}
102
102*

105
106
105
106

112?
118}
112{:
112?-

102*
102}
102}
102}

105
107
105
107

104}
1125 104

127|
127|
126*

104.1105}
105

7

127127}

M

COMl

February.

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

July.
Opening
Highest'
Lowest
Closing
August.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

^2

102}

C

September.

. .

11 'rk
113 125|
110 118-1
111-3 V»\

112

99

iio-1-

98 98

111 2 1258
108| 118}
110 122*

112
lllf
111*
112]
112}
111}
111}

Opening
Highest
Lowest.
Closing

103}
103
103

103

112
112
111}
112}

127}127
127}

112] 104} g
112] 105}

98

1V>o

99

105 A

11 (>J

K

October.
110*
111
107
108

1225
122}
117|
119]

112]111}
110}
iio !

98
98
98
95

109} 122}
1081 1163
106| 118}

10'>|

:

Opening
Highest.
Lowest
Closing

111}
112

not
112]

127
128}

112| C o u p .
1 1 2 | 106}
1 1 2 | 105}

127]
126*
126 6
-

w

November.
108
108+
111

118}
123}
120
122}

111]
110 Y>>
112 124}




110 i. - 111
109*
111]

nil
in

95
95
95}
95

106}
109
106*
108

118}
122]121}
122}

108 122}
109}
107| 124}

110
110]109*
111]

102}

lll- a %

100}

112*

100}

0

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

112} 127
112U
lb
112^ 197

December.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

114

19771291;

114

199'b

112}
113
112}
112}

105?
105}§
105|
105 \%

111-1°
126!
98} 111

<™\

0
112}
113] 107*
112f
107^°

99
99 k
99
99-

111
114*
111
111}

128}}
127*2
128{J

u

•

1899.
Coupon bonds.

Registered bonds.

Registered bonds.

190-1.

1925.

Coupon bonds.

I

to"

January.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing
February.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing
3Iarch.

1125- 129}
113*1 130
1121! 129}

112|
1131
112|

107?
108}
107&

113

128f
123?

112
112}
111?

107}
107*
107

113} 128ft 112
114} 1291 113}
1123 128| 112
129* I 1131

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

130

9911 112} 129}
9911 1121 1291
1281
9 9 } | "•" """
1121

107}
1081
107}
1081

113 !

112} 1281
113 129|
1281
129i

112J
113
lllf
112
112
113
112ft
113}

111^i 128|
1124- I 1291
111} 128j}
1121 1291

100

July.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
107 Closing
August.
Opening
107
Highest
1071
Lowest
107
107^ Closing
September.
1071 Opening
1081 Highest
107} Lowest
108} Closing

107|
' 107|

113
113

129} f 1131
ions
130| -ii os
1131
129} 113}
130} 113}

107};
109
1071]
108|

99|
100
991
100

1121
112*
1121
112|

1291
130
128|
129

113}
113*
112
112

107*
1081
107*

May.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

1131 1291
114 130
129ft 112
114 130| I 112|

108
109|
107H
109|

100 113}
99-| 1121
100 1121

129
130|
128|
130|

112
112?
112?

108
1091
107}
1091

113;
113?
113,
113,

109
109ft
1081S

109

101
101
100?
1001

1291 111!
180ii m i
1291 in*

130ft nif

1081
108!
108*
108!

1001 112*
1001
|
1001 H I *
looi' nil

130ft nif
113-1 130ft 112
113 130} in?
130} 112

108!
108?
1081
1081

1001 111*
100| 111* 1301
1001 nil 1301
1001 iiift 130ft

112*
112*
112f
H2f

1081
1081
108}
108!

100?
101
100
1001

107||
109f
1071g
109|

1001 lllf
102 113|
1001 lllf
102 I 113*

1291 HOI ;
132H 111ft1
1291
132M 110? !

109?

1121
115
102 1121
102; 1141

132?
134!
132?
134

1091$
110?
1091
110}

112ii
112|
1121 1
1121

112!
112!
1121
1121

130
1301
1291
129*

112?
Hlft
111!

1081
108!
108}
108i

1291 111!
130H 112}
1291 111*
130ft| lllf

1081
108J1081
108?

lllf
112
lllf
112

108?
108?
1081
1081

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing
November.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

130}
130}
129?
130}

nil
112

nif

112

mi
mi

1301
1301
129
1291

112| I
.

107?
1071§
107*

noi !
.
110! i
.

I
112* 129} 11 Of
uift
129} 110?
1131 13213 nift

109f6

December.

June.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

130
130|
130
130|

October.

April.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

113
113,
112?
1131

114
114*
114
114

130g |
130if 113
129|
130




1091

100 112|
1011 113

108|
109

100 1121 129|

130| 112?
130i{ 113
130

1121

1091
109|
1081
1081

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

1131
116" 134!
132?
134

in* 109H

ml
113

no!
109i|
110}

Ill*
114
111*

1900.
Registered bonds.

Coupon b o n d s .

January.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

115
114i115

133
134|
133
134}

113
113
113

114*
118
114*
118

133|
138*
133*
138*

112|| 109}
ii5*[ n u

118
119
1161
i 116}

138
138
134}
134}

1151
1151
114*
114*

134|

134

1

115

110* ,
110*

| 1152

1338

113i
112*

{
109||
109|

102}
102}
102}
102}

113

H2f

February.

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing ..

April.
Opening ...
Highest....
Lowest
Closing

nn

133f
138*
133f
138*

112*
115*.
112}

109}
111*1
109}
111}

103
102
103

June.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

134*
134}
133*
1331

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

Ill*
112*
110
111

117
118
115}
H5

137*
137f
134}
134}

116
117
H4|
114|

111*
112*
110}
111

103
103
100}
100}

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

115$
115|
114*
114*

134}
134}

114*
114*.
112|

110
110}
108{
109

100}
100}
99*
99*

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

114*
116|
114*

133ft

109}

September.

133£

134ft

117

W. I.
104}
1 |
H 3 | 109* 103
113| 109| 103

October.

132f
133ft

112f

109}j
110*!
109}j
110*

103*
104*
103*
104*

November.

May.

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

114*
116}
114*
116

August.
! 114*
117*
114*
117

March.
Opening
Highest
Lowest.
Closing

July.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

I 114* 133 1
116| 135*
114*
| 116
134*
116
116
115T3e
115*

134|
135}
134*
134*




H 2 | 109
114*
H2f
114 109*

103
105
103
103*

H4i

135*
133T^
134f

114
103*
114 1091 103ft 115
113* 109} 103* 114*
114*
113* 109*

134*
135}
134*
134*

H2f 109
H4| 110}
112f
114

109
109|

99*

114
114
113*
113*

109
110,

99}
100
99
100

109f

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing
December.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

116f
118}
115117
CO

1901.

xn

January.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

114*
114*
114
114

138|
138f
137*
138*

Registered b o n d s .

114

137*
138*
137f
114* 138*

110*
113* 111*
112* 110*
112* 111*

111

110*
111*
1112 no*
111* 111*

1930.

I 1

106*
106*
1051

114*
114*
114
114

1381138|
136*
137*

113* 110
113* 110|
111 109|
130*

105|
106*
105*
1061

114
114|
113*
113*

137|
138*
137|
138*

111 110*
111* 111*
111 110*
iii*| i m

CO

CO

106*.
106*
1051
105*

July.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

113
113*
113
113*

139*
139*
138*
138*

109| 1091
109f
1098 1091
109* 109*

107*
108*
107*

105*
106A
105&
105|

August.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

I 113*
..[ 113*
113*
113*

137*
137t
137*
137*

108 108|
1081 1081
108 108*
108A 1081

1081
108-&

113*
113|
113*
113|

137*
1401
137*

1081
108*
1081
108*

112H
1121!
112 J
1121

140
140
139

1121
112*
12|

113
113*
112|
113*

139*
139*
137*
137*

1091 1091
109* 1091
1071 108*
108 108*

107|
108|
107*
108

137*
137|
137*
137*

108 108*

1081

113*
113*
113*
113*

1081 1081
108 108f
108-1 108-2-

1081
1081
108
1081

1081
109*
1081
109|

113*
113*
112*
112f

137*
1401
137*

1081
108*
1081
108*

1081
1081
108*
108ft

108*
1081
107*
108|-

112*

140
140

1111
1121

138*
138*

108*
108*
106f
106*

1081
1081
1071

108

109*
109*
1081
1081

112*
112*
112|
112*

139*
139*
139*
139*

107*
107*
107*
107|

108*
10814
108*
108*

1091
109*
108M
1081

1121
lllf
1121

139*
1391
139*
139*

107|
1071
107f
107|

108*
1081-1
108-1
108*

108*
109|
108*
108|

108

108

September.
114f
115
114*
115

138|
138*
138
138f

Hit
112
lilt 111
111* 112

106*
106{{
106
106*

113f
113f
113*
113|

138|
138*
138

1111 lllf
112 1121
111! 111

HI*

105|
106*
105*
106*

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

140

1081

109
108*
108|

140

October.
1|
1141
113*
113f

138*
140
138|
140

lilt ill}! 106*
106*
112 mil
lllf in*
106*
lllf in*
106|-

1

S3
113|

138*

139

llli 111! 106*
112 lilt 106*
106*
111*
111* not 106f

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing ..

139*

108*
108*
1071
107f

109

109*
109*
1081
1081

139*
139*
139*
139*

107*
107*
107*
107f

108*
10811
108*
108B

1091
109*
108*
109JB

139*
1391
139|
139|

107| 108ii 109
108* ios| 6 109f
1071 108ii 109
107* 1081-1 109|

1081

109
108-|

H2l

November.

May.
Opening.
Highest .
Lowest ..
Closing..

113* 1381-1
138||
1 3 | 138
1381
113*

June.
Opening.
Highest .
Lowest ..
Closing..

113*
114
113*!
114

110* HOI
110* not
109 109|109* 109*

106|
106|
106*
106f

1131
113*
113$
113*

107
108*
106*
108*

112*
113
112*
112*

13811
138M
1371
137£

110*
110*
1091
109*

110*
110*
109f
109*

106f
106*
106|

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing ..

139*
138*
139*

109*
109*
109{
109]

109*
109*
109Ti
1091

106*
107*
106*
107*

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing ..

•ember.
138f
139*
1381
139*




IJII

April.
Opening.
Highest .
Lowest ..
Closing..

1

0
iC

March.

Opening.
Highest .
Lowest..
Closing..

1904. 1

1

February.

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

Registered bonds-;.

C o u p o n bonds.

5s of 1904.

1925.

Coupon bonds.

109*
109*
1091
1091

1131
112*

1902.
Coupon bonds.

Registered bonds.

Coupon bonds.

Registered bonds.

w
O
January.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

!

1121
1111

139|| 107* 108*
140} 1Q7H* 108f
1 0 7 H 108*
107f 109f

139|
140}

1O8| 1121
108| 1121
108| Hit
108|

139*1
139|
238*
139}

|

July.

107*1 109-L
106|-I 108
10611 108*.

Lowest...
Closing ..

S1

135*
135*

1081 i
1081'

106|j 108|
106* 1091
1061 108*.
106*1 1091

108f
1091
108f
109f

August.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

February.

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

112*

1;

£
106*
106 £
106* !
1

1121
1121

139*
139}i
13911
31

112}
1124

106*
139] 106*
139] 106;
139*.| 1 0 6 |

108|
1091
108
1091

108
109f
108|
1091

1121
112*
1121
112*

139}
1394.1
139}
139*

109f
109*
1093

109f
109*
1091
109|

lllf
111*
111}
111}

139-J-j 106| 109|
139*! 106* 109|
1391' 106*! 1091
139}i 106' 1091

1081|
109}
108|
109}

Lowest
Closing

109| I
10913!
109| !
109*

109}
109*
109}
109|

111}
lllf
111|
1111

139}i
139 ^i
138}!
138} I

10f>* j 109 &
107*1 109§
106-J-j 108^
107*1 109

109}
109*
109}
109*

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

1081;
109
108
108

109|

lilt

138
1381
136*
136|

106 ; 109
106}j 108
105 I 109
105f I 108

109*
110

Opening
Highest..
Lowest
Closing

March.

Opening.
Highest .
Lowest ..
Closing..

May.
Opening.
Highest .
Lowest ..
Closing..
June.
Opening.
Highest .
Lowest ..
Closing..

]33||

105*.
105*
105 i
105*

107
10'
106
106

108
108
1071
107|

108f
110}
108*
110}

132*
134}!
1324
134}!

104|
105*.
1041
105*

106
107
106107

107|
109
1071
109

110}!
112 !
110}!

137 V.!
135^|

105*
107
105*
10S:
10551 107
105*
108

137-51381
137}
137?

105*1
106
105|
106 i
I

137
135|
136

104||
104|
1041
104*J

no
no

135?
135*
108* 132}
108f 132*

no;
1
os8

iu +
iu

105 h
105*
104}
1041

106i
106*
106^
106*

108
108
107f
107|

109

10)
10 i1

w

w

September.

|

April.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

Opening .
Highest..

108*
108*
1081
108f

107*i 1081

111}
111*

139|i
139*

Opening
H ig h e s t .
g

1 1 2 I 13?|j

109} 10v (
110
109 I I')'),1 1
1101 ill 2 >

1"" 107}
U-'
10 >4 10
105' 10
10 ) 4 108 a

10\
1M
110

1041; 107| i
106 I 108|
104*. i 1071
1041i 108| J

109J
110}
109*
110}

October.
1061
107*

111]
Ilia

mi!
mij
mi

1091
i 130-2110} lllf 138}
109|
136 HI
109}| 110}
136H-J
108 J109}
1081

November.

mi
110iIK)!;

1381
136*

106}
105£

130*1

no mi
no!!
1091
1091

HI A

lllf!
11 I
109*!
109*|

lllf 1361
lllf 137
108| 109| 136
108|! 109* 136

104*!
104I1
1041!
104li

108f
108§
108}
108}

HO]1101
10S|
I 108|

108|
109}
108*
109}

1041
104*.
1041
104*

108}
108}
108
108

1081
108|
1081108|

1101

noi

}
108f

December.

lion
nil
110*
mi




136* 105*
136* 105|
1351, 105*.
1351

108
108
107}
107*.

1091
109*
108*
108*

11011
1101§
109*
1101

136|
136*
1351
1351

105-5- 107*.
105* 1074

1091
109i
108
108

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing ..

109*

not
109}
110|

136 10411 108|
136 1041! 108f
135*. 104*1 108
136 104*! 108|

136

no 136

108| 135-1
109* 136

i

CJ1

1903.

4s of 1925.

July.
109|
HOf
109?
1104

136
1374
136
137*

1104
1104
109$
109$

136-i- 103*1
108
136*
136| 103£l 107J
136*! 103!!

109|
112f
109$
112f

136*1 103!
*
137* 104*
137$
136* 103
137$ 104

111
112
111
HI*

137*1 1044
1374 1044
136f| 104 1084
1374! 104* 1084

108$
104
104. 1081 1094
104|
108$
104| 108*1 1091

109$
HOI
109$

not

1071 1094

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing .
.

1074
108
107*
108

108*
1094
107$
108

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing . .

1074
108*
1071
108*

107*
107|
106f
1064

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing ..

136 104!
im\ 1044
1341 104!
135 1044

107* 108$
1074 1091

135 103*
135* 103ft
134$ 103103135*

109*
{
109* not
107| 109$
108 109$ I

107$
1084
107$
108*

107$
108!
106|
106|-

108$
Hit
108$
Hit

134|
136$
134$
136$

103!
104
103!
104

135
135
1344
1341

102*
102*
102
102

109$
H2|

103
1034
103
1034

107| 106!
108! 107i
1071 106!
1074 106!

107t 106!
107| 107!
107 106$
107!

1104
1101
108|
108$

134$
134$
133$
134|

102*
102*
102
102

107$
1071
107
107

106!
107!
106$
106|

109|
112|

134,
136
1341
135,

102! 107 1071
102| 110*
not
102
1021
1074
1084

112*
118!
Ill

1344
136
1344
1354

107
110*
107
108$

107
109!
107
108

1064 111
106| 112ft
106|
106ft 110|

13&
1364 104
135 103
1361 103

1354

1091
109|, 108
1094 106!
109$j 107$

111$
112
111
112

1354
1354
1344
134$

108$
108!
1084
108!

108
108
106!
107$

Hi!

109 107$
109 I 107$
107| 106!
107$; 106!

112!
112!
109*
109*

134$ 101*
135 101*
1344 101*
1344 101*

109
109
107|
107f

107$
107$
105|
105|

107|
108!
1064
1084

105$
106*
105T%
106*

Opening .
Highest..
Lowest...
Closing ..

111$
112
111
112

135$

1024
1021
102|
102,

112!
112!
110ft
HOft

135*
135*
1344
1344

101*
101*
101*
101*

not

134*
134*
133$
133$

101* 109 106*
101*| 109 106$
101*1 107$ 106*
101* 107$! 106$

mi
ill

1364 103
1364! 103
136 103
136 103

107$
107$
1074
107$

106ft ill!
106 7 ill!
T
106!
106!

1364
136,
135$
135$

103
103
102$
103

107$
108 106t
107$ 106!
107$ 106|

November.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

ill
111$
ill
1114

136*j 103
136* 103
1354 103
135| 103

1074 106! no
108* 106fl
1074 106! 1104
106| 110

135,
135[
1354
135f

103
103!
103
103

105|
108! 106!
1074 105$
108!) 106!

December.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

HI?

June.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

1104
1104
1091
109f

1104! 135|
135$
110*1 134|
1 0 - 134|
11

106!
106«
106!
106!

107| 1061
108! 108!
107|
107$ 106ft'

May.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

108*
108^
108*
108*

October.

April.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

103
103
103
1031

September.

March.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

135$
136
135$
135|

August.

February.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

1104
lilt
1104
1104

mi mi

January.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

5s of 1904.

Registered bonds.

Coupon bonds.

Registered bonds.

Coupon bonds.




1104

110$
1091
109$

1091 134*
109! 134*
1084
1084 1334

101*
101*
101*
101*

I»04.
Registered bonds.

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing




101J 106
10HI 1061
101
£! 106|

106$ I 105*
106^ I 105f
1061 10411
105#

Opening
Highest.
Lowest
Closing

107§ 132
107|! 132
106|j 132
106|! 132

Opening
Highest
Lowest.
Closing

106| | 132|
107|
1061 132|
1071! 133

106| S 1321
10611 132A
106-i! 132

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

105J I O p e n i n g
104f I Lowest
I
104| I Closing

105
105
105
105

178

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

No. 53.—INVESTMENT VALUE OF U N I T E D STATES 5 S OF 1904, 4s OF 1907, 4s OF 1925,
3s OF 1918, AND 2s OF 1930.
[Reported by the Government Actuary.]
5 per cent bonds ' 4 per cent bonds 4 per cent bonds I 3 per cent bonds j 2 per cent bonds
of 1904.
j
of 1907.
of 1925.
I
of 1918.
of 1930.

Date.

Rate
Rate
Rate
Rate
Rate
of inof inof inof inof interest
terest
terest
terest
terest
Average real- Average real- Average real- Average real- Average realprice flat. ized price flat. ized price flat. ized price flat. ized price flat. ized
by inby inby inby inI by in!
vestvestvestvestvestors.
ors.
ors.
ors.
ors.
I Per ct.
3.010113.2548
3.048 112.3300
2.920 112. 7404
2. 945 111. 9583

Per ct.
Per ct.
2. 756
2.818 120.9657 I 2.977 j
2. 762 124.0024 ! 2.839 I
2.814 122.8819 2.883 [

Per ct. |

Per ct.

January
April
July
October

116.7476
116.0100
116.7236
116.1157

1896.
January...
April
July
October...

113.1010
113.7975
112.1803
111.2639

3.289
3.146
3. 326
3.411

109.7212
109.7300
108.2524
107. 6528

j 3.012
I 2.992
3.131
3.173

1897.
January
April
July
October

114.5050
114.2552
114.8606
115.6010

2.882
2.848
2.691
2.493

111.9325
112.6016
112.3269
113.7067

2.705
2.608
2.611
2.430

121.6250
124.2396
125.4087
127.3173

1898.
January
April
July
October

114.7150
111.5385
112.9870
112.9928

2. 552
3. 014
2.676
2.577

114.3525
109.5192
110.8906
111.6889

2. 325
2.844
2.652
2. 522

129.0550 i 2.552 j
119.8677 2.967 I
125.3437 2.704 !
127.6490 2.591 | 105.6659 i 2.671 '••

1899.
January...
April
July
October...

113.1300
113.3333
112.7839
111.7884

2.448 113.0575
2.279 113.6093
2. 274 I 113.1927
2.361 I 112.4808

1900.
January
April./.
July
October

113.4447
I 114.0815
I 114.2525
I 113. 7917

1901.
January...
April
July
October...

112.4519
111.8859
109.2135
108.0231

1.912 i 134.2187 ! 2.251 110.4783
1.834 I 134.1359 ! 2.244 110.3261
1. 696 134.1325 | 2. 234 110.1000
1.634 I 134.6667 i 2.199 110.1227
|
i
|
110.6827
1.179 i 114.2500
1.694 139.4755 2.041
1.053 | 113.7337 1.693 I 137.9904 i 1.963 111. 7962
1.709 i 113.1354 1.707 138.8750 1.976 109. 2656
1.879 I 112.2917 1.762 139.4028 1.938 108. 6894

1902.
January
April
July
October

107. 7139
107.1635
105.5300
10r>. 9398

1.669 i 112.0288
1.525 111.5385
2.036 109.3050
1.172 111.2407

115.6514 3. 214
117.7800 3.107
114. 8389 3. 246
110.5347 3.159

2.318 129. 6940
2.204 130.0026
2.211 130.2240
2. 255 130.0649

I 2.913
I 2.786
! 2.729
! 2.636

2.483
2.467
2. 449
2. 447

107. 7150
108.5443
109.2057
108.4279

2.539 !
2.481 !
2.436 i
2.479

!
.
|
.

!
1.812
1.452
1.187
1.055

114.6466
114.7609
115.2650
115.1667

1.719
1.712
2.058
1.556

1.749
1. 738 103.5163
1.851
1.735 103.9850
1.830
1.696 ! 104.2917 | 1.815
1.582
1.386
1.696
1.738

I
105.7500
106.5435
107.8229
109.1412

1. 752
1.716
1.661
1.603

139.9038
139.5000
134.3575
137.8935

1.902
1.904
2.125
1.947

108.9928
109.7404
106.9800
108. 7639

1.648
1.480
1.885
1.528

108.6130
109.5529
107.7750
110.0185

1.623
1.580
1.654
1.555

136. 9519
136.7989
135.8798
135.6204

1.975
1.967
1.995
1.991

108.2692
108.8207
108.7163
109.0393

1. 558
1.391
1.334
1.189

109.2308
106.4973
106.7764
107.2685

1.586
1.703
1.688
1.664

133.6900
133.6475
132. 9453
131.9375

2.074
2.057
2.076
2.111

107. 3900
107.5650
106.1667
105.6683

1. 458
1.333
1.582
1.625

105. 7300
105.8775
104.9713
105.0000

1.731
1.723
1.763
1.760

1903.

January
April
July
October
1904.
January
April
July
October

104. 3846 1.752 110.1827 1.665
104.1739 1.019 | 111.4207 1. 273
103. 3846 .634 111.1875 1.148
102,5000
.925
.000 111.3518
101.2500




.000

108.1200
107. 8000
106. 4687
106. 7452

1.632
1.557
1.809
1.516

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

179

No. 54.—NUMBER OF NATIONAL BANKS IN EACH STATE. RESERVE CITY, AND TERRITORY, CAPITAL, BONDS ON DEPOSIT TO SECURE CIRCULATION ON SEPTEMBER 6, 1904,
MINIMUM AMOUNT REQUIRED, AND THE EXCESS ON DEPOSIT SEPTEMBER 6, 1904,
AND SEPTEMBER 9, 1903.
United States bonds.

Reserve city, State, or
^ i t

CaPUa1

'

I Sept. 6.1904. j ^ S e d .

Excess of bonds.
1

I Sept. 6,1904. !Sept. 9, 1903.

CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES. j

New York
Chicago
St. Louis

$44,809,000
3,173,000
10,981,640

:
!

Total.
OTHER RESERVE CITIES.

Boston
Albany
Brooklyn
Philadelphia
Pittsburg
Baltimore
Washington
Savannah
New Orleans
Louisville
Dallas
Fort Worth
Houston
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Indianapolis
Detroit
Milwaukee
Cedar Rapids
Des Moines
Dubuque
Minneapolis
St. Paul
Kansas City. Kans
Wichita....'.
Kansas City, Mo
St. Joseph
Lincoln
Omaha
Denver
Salt Lake City
Los Angeles
San Francisco
Portland, Oreg
Total.
Total, all reserve
cities

27, 700, 000
1,250,000
1,352,000
21,905,000
19,400,000
11,790,700
3, 525, 000
750,000
2,400, 000
4, 645,000
1,550, 000
1,575,000
1,450,000
9, 500,000
10, 300, 000
2,400, 0C0
4, 300, 000
4,100, 000
4, 550, 000
300, 000
800,000
600,000
4,450,000
4,000.000
1, 200, 000
4
500,000
6
2, 650, 000
8
550,000
4
600, 000
7t
3,250, 000
o \ 2,500,000
4 | 1,100,000
4,600,000
7
7,800, 000
3
1,050,000

8,113, 950
750, 000
592, 000
12, 462, 500
11,025,000
4, 650,000
2, 220, 000
300,000
1,500,000
3,990, 000
947,500
1,132,000
590,000
5, 341, 000
4,435, 000
1,150, 000
2,100, 000
1,350,000
1, 952, 500
225, 000
480,000
305,000
1,625,000
1,114,000
900,000
250,000
2.330, 000
505,000
315,000
1,460,000
2,250,000
1,050,000
3,600,000
7,215, 000
1,050,000

285

170,392, 700

89,305, 450

347

318,442, 700

148,355,890

84
56
49
193
28
80
317
135
576
24
70
1
80
76
44
23
52
26

10,141,000
5,380,000
6,234,000
36,406,010
9,175,250
19, 949, 570
34,525,090
17,965,590
53,831,705
2,271,025
4,701,700
252,000
7,788,500
6,296,000
3,706,100
2, 935,500
5,202.960
2,550,000
5, 555,000
2,820,000
1,900,105
26,327,810
2,382,500

5,961,850
4,723,500
4,579,500
19,963,000
4,422,500
10,961, 450
23,233,800
9,218,750
34,599, 650
1,000,500
3,301,500
250,000
5,868, 400
4,276,700
2,483,250
1,887,450
3,275, 550
1,410,250
3,632,250
1,586,250
1,096,500
11,044,060
617,500

6, 763, 950
350,000
550,000
200, 000
312,000
250,000
10, 775,000
687,500
9, 550, 000
475,000
3,750,000
900,000
1, 670,000
550,000
200,000
100,000
1,200,000
300,000
3,590,000
400,000
660,000
287,500
813,250
318, 750
340,000
250,000
4, 741, 000
600, 000
3, 935,000
500,000
850,000
300,000
1, 750, 000
350,000
1,100, 000
250,000
1,652,500
300, 000
150,000
75,000 |
305,000
175,000 !
180,000
125,000 |
1,375,000
250,000 I
814,000
300,000 '
800,000
100,000
125,000
125,000
2,030, 000
300,000
380,000
125,000
220,000
125,000
1,110,000
350, 000
2,000,000
250,000
875, 000
175,000
3,150,000
450,000
6,865,000
350, 000
900, 000
150, 000
13,793,750 j
16,893,750

75,511,700 j

5, 417, 700
550. 000
342, 000
10,457,0C0
8,010, 000
2,840,000
719, 000
200,000
1,200, 000
2,500,000
400,000
463, 250
330, 000
4, 372, 000
3, 500, 000
585, 000
525,000
1, 000, 000
1,512,500
150, 000
275,000
150,000
1,150,000
546,000
800,000
125,000
1,941,000
380,000
160,000
900,000
2,000,000
875,000
2,190,000
4,625,000
900, 000
62,090,450

131,462,140 ! 121,054,090

STATES, ETC.

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia.
Virginia
West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas




24
29
395
23

2,047,750 !
!
1,345,000
1,396,000
6,989, 002
1,136,250
3,133,142
7,474,197
3,201,397
12,080, 421
489,460
1,162,500
50,000
1,534,625
1, 447,500
870,275
608, 875
1,025,740
562, 500
1,166,250
494,062
475,062
6,244,452
495,625

3,914,100
3, 378, 500
3,183,500
12, 973, 998
3,286,250
7,823, 308
15,759, 603
6,017,353
22, 519, 229
511,040
2,139, 000
200, 000
4,333,775
2,829,200
1,612,975
1,278,575
2,249, 810
847,750
2, 466, 000
1, 092,188
621,438
4,799,608
121,875

3, 845,100
3,209,250
3,322,500
12, 017, 625
3,187,250
7, 205, 200
14,534,065
5,665, 415
19, 260,884
473,200
1,877, 399
200,000
3,681,052
2,302,075
1,141,000
1,022,250
2.017, 550
477, 500
1, 642, 625
890, 938
543,324
3,127, 880
131,290

180

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
No. 54.—NUMBER OF NATIONAL BANKS IN EACH STATE, ETC.—Continued.

Reserve city, State, or
Territory.

Num- |
ber of
banks.

United States bonds.
Capital.
Sept. 6,1904.

Minimum
required.

Excess of bonds.
Sept. 6,1904. Sept. 9, 1903.

STATES, ETC.—continued.
Kentucky
Tennessee
Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Iowa
Missouri
North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Indian Territory
Washington
Oregon
California
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
Arizona
Alaskaa
Hawaiia
Porto Rico

107
62
306
168
311
83
108
204
259
76
83
64
136
155
27
19
55
21
95
107
35
36
59
23
11
2
12
1
2
1

$9,650,200
7,455,000
30,177,600
14, 284,150
22,960,750
8,630,000
8,955,000
9,241,000
15,352,500
4,522,560
3,050,000
2,500,000
6,960,000
9,030,000
2,801,000
1,085,000
3,391,000
1,291,800
3,625,000
4,680,000
3, 705,000
1,687,779
5,562,800
1,075,000
752, 600
282,000
655,000
50,000
525,000
100,000

$7,103,850
4,469,500
19,481,000
8,843,150
.14,946,650
5,973, 800
4,543,920
4,417,000
9, 983,710
3,092,800
1,215,750
1,200,550
3,678,320
6,163,990
1,147,250
515,250
2,171,750
864,500
1,605,450
1,976,100
1,691,300
671,050
3,077,000
390,150
399,000
220,500
436,500
12,500
266,500
100,000

$2,161,550
1,401,250
6,568, 400
3,358,537
5,533,937
1,841,250
2,113, 750
2,141,500
3,810,625
1,130, 640
762,500
625,000
1,702,500
2,195,000
687, 750
271,250
822,750
322,950
906,250
1,157,500
863,750
421,945
1, 265,700
268,750
188,150
70,500
163,750
12,500
56, 250
25,000

$4,942,300
3,068,250
12,912,600
5,484,613
9,412,713
4,132, 550
2,430,170
2,275,500
6,173,085
1,962,160
453,250
575,550
1,975,820
3, 968,990
459, 500
244,000
1,349,000
541,550
699,200
818,600
827,550
249,105
1,811,300
121,400
210,850
150,000
272,750

Total, c o u n t r y
banks

5,065

452.335,154

270,052, 950

'8,281,269

171,771,681

148, 991, 960

Total, U n i t e d
States

5,412

770,777,854

418,408,840

115,175,019

303,233,821

270,046,050




a Statement of June 9, 1904.

210,250
75,000

$4,020,363
2,491,000
11,525,014
4,771,650
8,542,870
3,819,235
2,163,570
1,819, 544
5,009,122
1,835,050
400,750
456,300
1,601,820
3, 040, 350
379, 750
248,250
1,038,250
423,800
555,100
597,925
820,050
201,675
892,500
105,900
141,250
210,250
250
75,000

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

181

No. 55.—NUMBER OF NATIONAL BANKS IN EACH STATE, RESERVE CITY, AND TERRITORY, WITH CAPITAL OF $150,000 AND UNDER, FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904, AND
THE INCREASE OR DECREASE IN BANKS AND CAPITAL DURING THE INTERVAL.

Reserve city, State, or
Territory.

Sept. 9,1903.
No. |

Capital.

Sept. 6,1904.
No.

Capital.

Increase.
No.

Decrease.

Capital.

No.

Capital.

BESERVE CITIES.
Philadelphia
Pittsburg .
Dallas
Fort Worth
Houston
Cedar Rapids
Des Moines
Dubuque .
Wichita
St Joseph
Lincoln
Salt Lake City

1
1
1
2
2
3
1
1
3
1

!
•
1

!
!
|

1

Total.. . .

19

1

$150,000
100,000
150,000
275,000
200 000
300,000
100,000
100,000
300,000
100,000
200,000
100, 000

1
1
1
2
2
3
1
1
3
1
3
1

$150,000
100,000
150,000
275,000
200,000
300,000
100,000
100,000
300,000
100,000
300,000
100,000

i

$100 000

2,075,000

20

2,175, 000

l

100,000

5, 391.000
4, 555,000
3, 560,000
11,397,500
1,775,000
3, 565, 000
20, 439. 540
7, 400,540
31,821,065
1,102,300
4,196,404
3, 727, 390
3, 602, 500
2, 385, 000
1,123,000
2,198, 000
1,085,000
2,247, 500
1,400,000
1 497,705
19, 502,800
765,840
5, 688, 950
2, 920, 000
100,000
18,201,944
9, 690,000
17,215,120
5 90 9 500
6,067,200
6,638,825
12, 331, 550
4 260 000
2,770,000
2,270,000
6,165,000
7 386 400
1,480, 000
985, 000
2,695,000
961,800
3,035,000
3, 504, 700
1,845,000
1, 512, 500
3,230,000
875,000
605 000
82,000
605, 000
50,000
25,000

70
52
39
108
12
37
272
109
503
20
68
70
67
39
17
44
21
43
19
28
375
18
95
49
1
266
152
290

5, 391,000
4, 580,000
3,584,000
10,956,010
1, 345, 000
3, 932, 570
20, 896, 790
7, 605, 590
33, 721, 685
1,157,840
4, 250, 000
4,138, 500
3, 990, 000
2,481,100
1,235,500
2, 502, 960
1,250,000
2, 865, 000
1,660,000
1,700.105
20,977, 810
982, 500
6,245, 200
3,005,000
100,000
18,273,600
10,234,150
17,935,750
5 765 000
6, 055,000
7, 566,000
13, 242, 500
4,322,560
3,050, 000
2,500, 000
6,410,000
7, 780,000
1,751,000
1,085,000
2,891,000
1,091,800
3, 425, 000
4,230,000
2,055,000
1,687,779
4,062,800
1,075,000
752, 600
82,000
655,000
b 50,000
b 25,000

j

STATES, ETC.
Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
DelawTare
Maryland
Virginia .
West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
Florida
A labama
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee.
Porto Rico
Ohio
Indiana
Illinois

70
52
38
110
15
37
264
102
464
19

1

25,000
24 000

i

2
3

$441,490
430,000

4
42
6
14
2

367*"576"
457, 250
205,050
1,900,620
55, 540
53 596
411,110
387,500
96,100
112,500
304, 960
165, 000
617, 500
260, 000
202 400
1, 475, 010
216,660
556,250
85,000

12
15
18

11, 656
544,150
720, 630

5
31
19
7
12
6
9
13
4
3
5
2
9
20
1
5
13
4
2

927,175
910,950
62,560
280,000
230,000
245,000
393, 600
271,000
100,000
196,000
130,000
390,000
725,300
210,000
175,279
832,800
200,000
147,600

1

50,000

Total, country banks.. 4,113 263,896,573 4,489 278,607, 699

381

15, 732,316

5

1,021,190

Total, United States . . 4,132 265,971,573 4,509 1280,782,699

382

15,832,316

5

1,021,190

Wisconsin
Minnesota
Iowa
Missouri
North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
WvomiTisr
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Indian Territory
Washington
Oregon
California
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
Arizona
Alaska «
Hawaii a

62
59
37
15
37
17
36
17
24
333
12
81
47
1
254
137
272
76
91
168
230
68
71
58
125
137
18
16
48
18
85
85
27
31
41
19
9
1
11
1
1

a Report of June 9, 1903.




96
199
219
75
83
61
134
150
22
19
53
20
94
105
28
36
54
23
11
1
12
1
1

8
7
39
1
2
8
2
0
7
3

b Statement of June 9, 1904.

137 500
12,200

182

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

No. 56.—NUMBER OF NATIONAL BANKS IN EACII STATE, RESERVE CITY, AND T E R R I TORY, WITH CAPITAL EXCEEDING $150,000, FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904, AND
THE INCREASE OR DECREASE IN BANKS AND CAPITAL DURING THE INTERVAL.

Reserve city, State, or Territory.

Sept, 9,1903.
No. I Capital.

Sept. 6, 1904.
J No.

Capital.

Increase.
\ No.

Capital.

Decrease.
No. |

Capital.

CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES.
New York.
Chicago...
St. Louis . .
Total.

43 $100,650,000 1
25.600,000 |
12
'"
15,560,000 !

41 $106,400,000
'
25,850.000 I
15,800,000 i

62 I 141,810,000 |

$5,750, C O
O
250,000
240,000 !

148.050.000 I

1|

6,240, 000

OTHER RESERVE CITIES.
Boston
Albany
Brooklyn
Philadelphia
Pittsburg
Baltimore
Washington
Savannah
New Orleans
Louisville
Dallas
Fort Worth
Houston
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Indianapolis
Detroit
Milwaukee.
Des Moines
Dubuque
„
Minneapolis
St. Paul
Kansas City, Kans
Wichita../
Kansas City, Mo . .
St. Joseph
Lincoln
Omaha
Denver
Salt Lake City
Los Angeles
San Francisco
Portland, Oreg
Total
Total all reserve cities.

32
4
5
33
34
19
11
2
6
8
3
4
4
13
13
6
7
5
6
3
2
5
6
2
1
6
2
1
7
5
3
8
7
3

32, 300, 000
1,250,000
1,352.000
21,755', 000 !
21,460,000
12,403, 260
3, 525,000
750,000
2,400,000
4,645,000
900,000
1,000,000
1,250,000
10,200, 000
11,900.000
2, 400; 000
4,300,000 I
4,100,000 !
4,550,000
700,000
500,000
j 4,450,000
! 4,000,000
! 1,200,000
j
200,000
2,050,000
I
450,000
!
200,000
3, 250,000
2, 500,000
1,000,000
3,800,000
7,500,000
1,050,000

I 276 175,890, 260 j

84,600,000

2,160,000
612, 560

2
1 I

500,000
300,000
700,000
1,600,000

I

1
1

1

i

j
I

I

1
100,000

1 !
...j
168,217,700 I

338 1317,700,260 j 327 |si6,267,700 j

800,000
300,000
2,000,000 j 15

6 j 8,240,000

17

9, 672, 560
9, 672,560

STATES, ETC.
Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia
Virginia
West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee
Ohio
Indiana




46
26
74
4
1
10

V
6
9
4
4
1
16
3
12
13
39
16

950,000
800,000
900,000
26; 740,000
530,250
16, 517,070
078,300
i 13,
060,000
I 10,
035,020
113,185
450,000
252,000
450,000
8b6,000
225,000
700,000
800,000
050,000
125, 000
910,000
200,000
300, 000
700,000
305,000
425,000
879,000
050,000

750,
800,
650,
•150,
830,
017,
628,
360,
110,
113,
451,
252,
650,
306,
225
700'
700,
300,
690,
160,
200,
350,
400,
405,
450,
904.
050,

200,000
250,000
1,290,000
1,700,000
' 500,070
550.000
300,000
75,000
1,700
200,000
450, 000
100, 000
1
2 !
1 !

250,000
565,000
250,000

4 i 1,050,000
700,000
100,000
25,000
1,025,000

BEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

188

No. 56.—NUMBER OF NATIONAL BANKS IN EACH STATE, ETC.—Continued.
I Sept. 9,1903.
Reserve city, State, or Ter- j
rhovy
'
No. ! Capital.

Sept. 6,1904.

Increase.

No. ! Capital, j No.

Decrease.

Capital. | No. ] Capital.

STATES, ETC.—continued.

21
8
12
5
10
1
2
5
5
2
I
1
2

1
2
3 I

$450,000 i.
365,000 I.
800,000 L

1 i

200,000 1

576 |173,727,455 j

24 | 8,156,700 |

1
16 |

903:489,995,155 j

Total

500, 000

025, 000
865, 000
900, 000
675, 000
110, 000 I
200, 000
550, 000 I
250. 000
050, 000
500, 000
200, 000
200,000
450 000
1,650,000
1, 500,000
200,000
500,000

568 ; 170,050,825

Illinois
Michigan
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Iowa
Missouri
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Indian Territory.
Washington
California
Nevada
Hawaii

30 [

33

20
6
9
13

$4, 575, 000
2, 500,000
2,100,000
1,675,000
2,550,000
550,000
850,000
1,050,000
500,000
200,000

2 i
450,000
7 ! 1,650,000
5 ; 1,500.000
1

I!

$440,000
400,000

200,000

1

1

i
200,000

.. . .
!

|
4,480,070
52,630

No. 57.—COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF THE RESOURCES AND LIABILITIES
NATIONAL BANKS FROM 1864 TO 1904, INCLUSIVE.

OF THE

Oct. 3,
1WU.

Oct. 2,
1865.

Oct. 1,
1866.

Oct. '
1867,

Oct. 5,
1868.

Oct. 9,
1869.

Oct. 8,
1870.

508

1,513
banks.

1,644
banks.

1,642
banks.

1,643
banks.

1,617
banks.

1,648
banks.

3anks.
RESOURCES.

Loans
Bonds for circulation
Other United States bonds.
Stocks, bonds, etc
Due from banks
Real estate
Specie
Legal-tender notes
National-bank notes
Clearing-house exchanges .
U. S. certificates of deposit.
Due from U. S. Treasurer...
Other resources
Total

Millions. MUUo'.
603,
487.2
331,
95,
108.1 | 427.7
15,
107. 3
122,
31. 0
14. 7
17
9.
202
190.0
17.
16.2
72.3 I 103,

i MUUo

!

93.2

10.1
! 297.1

LIABILITIES.

Capital stock
Surplus fund
Undivided profits
Circulation outstanding
Due to depositors
Due to banks
Other liabilities
Total .




26.3 !

Millions. Millions. Millions. Millions
609.7
715.9
657.7
682.9
338.6
340.9
340. 5
339.5
80.3
37. 7
74.1
44.6
21.5
23.6
20.7
22.2
103.6
109. 4
110.1
100.8
20.6
27.5
22.7
25.2
12.8
18.5
13.1
23.0
158.4
122. 7
156.1
129.6
11.8
12.5
11.8
10.8
134. 6
79.1
143.2
108.8
8.6

9.6

9.8 j

22.9

1, 359.8

1, 527.0

1, 499.5

393. 2
38.7
32.4
171.3
549.1
174.2

415. 5
53.3
32.6
290.0
598.0
137.5

420.1
66.7
33.8
297.9
568.2
112.8

420. 6
78.0
36.1
298. 7
603.1
123.1

426.4
86.2
40.7
296. 0
523.0
118.9
6.0

430. 4
94.1
38.6
293.9
512.8
130.0
10.9

1,359. 8 1, 527.0

1,499.5

1,559.6

1,497.2

1,510.7

1,559. 6 1,497.2 I 1,510.7

I

j
j
j

86.8
2.0
6.0
45.2
122.2
I 34.9
297.1

.9

.1

184
No.

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
57.—COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OP THE RESOURCES AND LIABILITIES OF THE
NATIONAL BANKS FROM 1864 TO 1904, INCLUSIVE—Continued.
Oct. 2, j Oct. 3, Sept. 12, i Oct. 2,
1871.
1872.
1873. j 1874.

RESOURCES.

Oct. 2,
1876.

1,767
banks,

Loans
Bonds for circulation
Other United States bonds.
Stocks, bonds, etc
Due from banks
Real estate
Specie
Legal-tender notes
National-bank notes
Clearing-house exchanges.
U. S. certificates of deposit.
Due from U. S. Treasurer..
Other resources

Oct. 1,
1875.
2,087
banks.

2,089
banks.

1,919
banks.

1,976 | 2,004
banks, j banks.

Millions. Millions Millions.
831.6
877.2
944.2
382. 0
361.5
8.3
45.8
23.6
27.6
24.5
23.7
23.5
143.2
128.2
149. 5
30.1
32.3
34.7
13.2
10.2
19.9
107.0
102.1
92.4
14.3
16.1
15.8
125. 0
100.3
115. 2
6.7
20.6
25.2
1,755.8

Total.

17. S

Oct. 1,
1877.

Oct. 1,
1878.

Millions, Millions. Millions.
954.4
984. 7
931.3
383.3
370.3
337. 2
28.1
28.0
47.8
27.8
34.4
33.5
144.7
134.8
146.9
42.4
38.1
43.1
21.2
21.4
8.1
80.0
84.2
76.5
18.5
15.9
18.5
109.7
87.9
100.0
42.8
48.8
29.2
20.3
16.7
19.6
19.1
19.1
18.3

1,830.6 j 1,877.2 | 1,882.2 ! 1,827.2 j 1,741.1 | 1,767.3

LIABILITIES.

Capital stock
Surplus fund
Undivided profits
Circulation outstanding
Due to depositors
Due to banks
Other liabilities

458.3
101.1
42.0
317.4
631.4
171.9
8.5

479.
110.
46.
335.
628.
143.
11.

491.0
120.3
54.5
340.3
640. 0
173.0
11.5

493.8
129.0
51.5
334. 2
683. 8
175. 8
9.1

504.8
134.4
53.0
319.1
679.4
179.7
11.8

499.8
132.2
46.4
292.2
666.2
179.8
10.6

479.5
122.8
44.5
291. 9
630.4
161.6
10.4

466.2
116.9
40.9
301. 9
668.4
165.1
7.9

1,741.1 | 1,767.3

RESOURCES.

Total

1, 755.8

1,830.6 j 1,877.2 j 1,882.2 j 1,827.2

Oct. 1,
1880.

Oct, 1,
1881.

Oct. 3,
1882,

Oct. 2,
1883.

Sept. 30, Oct. 1,
1884.
1885.

Oct. 7,
1886.

2,048
banks.

Loans
Bonds for circulation
Other United States bonds.
Stocks, bonds, etc
Due from banks
Real estate
Specie
Legal-tender notes
National-bank notes
Clearing-house exchanges.
U. S. certificates of deposit.
Due from U. S. Treasurer..
Other resources

1,730.6
Oct. 2,
1879.

Total.

2,090
banks.

2,132
banks.

2,269
banks.

2,501
banks.

2,664.
banks.

banks.

2,714
banks.

Millions, Millions. Millions, Millions. Millions. Millions. Millions, Millions.
878.5 1,041.0 1,173.8 1,243.2 1, 309.2 1,245.3 1, 306.1
1,451.0
357.3
357.8
351. 4
327.4
307.7
363.3
357.6
258. 5
71.2
43.6
30.7
30.4
31.8
56. 5
37.4
32.4
39.7
48.9
71.1
71.4
77.5
61.9
66.2
81.8
167.3
213.5
208.9
194.2
235.3
230. 8
198.9
241.4
47.8
48.0
48.3
49.9
51.3
47.3
46.5
54.1
42.2
109.3
107.8
128.6
174.9
114.3
102.9
156. 4
69.2
56. 6
70.7
77.0
69.7
53.2
63.2
62.8
16.7
18.2
22.7
23.3
23.1
17.7
20.7
22.7
113.0
96.4
66.3
84.9
121.1
189.2
208.4
95.9
10.0
14.2
18.8
26.8
7.7
6.7
8.7
5.9
16.6
17.7
14.9
17.0
17.1
17.5
17.2
14.0
28.9
36.9
26.2
37.4
22.1
23.0
28.9
1,868.8

2,105. 8

2,358.4

2, 399.8

2,372. 7 2,279.5

454.1
114.8
40.3
313.8
736.9
201.2

457.6
120.5
46.1
317.3
887.9
267.9

6.7

8.5

463.8
128.1
56.4
320. 2
1,083.1
294.9
11.9

483.1
132. 0
61.2
315.0
1 134.9
259. 9
13.7

509.7
142.0
61.6
310. 5
1,063.6
270.4
14.9

524.3
147.0
63.2
289. 8
993.0
246.4
15.8

1,868.8

2,105.8

2,358.4

2 399.8

2, 372.7

2,279.5

2, 432. 9

2,513.9

597 5
146 6

14. 1

548. 5
157.3
66.5
228.8
1,189.5
308.6
14.9

2, 432. 9

2, 513. 9

LIABILITIES.

Capital stock
Surplus fund
Undivided profits
Circulation outstanding
Due to depositors
Due to banks
Other liabilities
Total




59 3
269. 0
1 116 7
7

REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
No.

185

57.—COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF THE EESOUKCES AND LIABILITIES
NATIONAL BANKS FROM 1864 TO 1904, INCLUSIVE—Continued.

OF THE

Oct. 5,
1887.

Oct. 4,
1888.

3,049 | 3,140
banks. ! banks.

Sept. 30,
1889.

Oct. 2,
1890.

Sept. 25, Sept, 30, Oct. 3,
1891.
1892. 1893.

Oct. 2, i Sept. 28,
1894.
1895.

3,290
banks.

3,540
banks.

3,677
banks.

3,755
banks.

3,773
banks.

3,781
banks.

3,712
banks.

RESOURCES.
i illions.!Millions. Millions. Millions. {Millions. Millions. Millions. \ Mill ions. Millions.
Loans
! ,587.5 j 1,684.2 | 1,817.3 1,986.1 j 2,005.5 | 2,171.0 1,843.6 j 2,007.1 i 2,059.4
Bonds for circula- j
tion
i 189.1
140.0 ! 150.0 163.3
171.9
146. 5
206. 4
199. 6
208.7
OtherUnited States |
60. 7
30.7 |
24.9
20.2
bonds
I
48.5
26.1
34.7
25.9
17.6
Stocks, securities,
j
88.8 I
115.5
125.2 i 154.5
etc
99.8
148.6
193.3
195.0'
109.3
Due from banks . . .
256.3 ' 294. 0
336.2 ; 338. 7
409. 5
277.5
399.3
376.7
335.4
58.0
76.8 i
83.3
Real estate
62.6
87.9 i
89.2
103. 8
97.9
69.4
165.1
178.1
195.9
183.5
Specie
209.1 j 224. 7
196.2
237. 3
164.3
Legal-tender notes.
73.7 J
81.1
80.6 !
97.6
93. 9
104.3 ! 114.7
120. 5
National-bank
86.8
18.5 I
22.4
21.9 !
20.0
19.6 !
notes
18.6
21.6
15.5
Clearing-house ex23.9
j
changes
105.5 ! 106.2
102.4
88.5
57.5
106.8 ;
U. S. certificates of
136.8
6.2 |
6.2 j
7.0 :
14.0
8.9
deposit
49.9
15.7
45.1 |
Due from U. S.
12.9
6.9
8.2 I
10.2 |
8.5 I
Treasurer
9.3 !
10.4
8.0
9.6 !
40.8 |
41.3
43.0 !
41.4 |
Other resources
41.9
30.5
7.4
38.7
31.2 i
42.8
Total
2,620.2 | 2,815.7 2,998.3 j 3,141.5 j 3,213.1 3,510.1 j 3,109.5 3,473.9 | 3,423.6
LIABILITIES.

Capital stock
592.6
578. 5
173.9
185.5
Surplus fund
71.5
77.4
Undivided profits..
167.3
Circulation
151. 8
Due to depositors.. 1,274.7 1,406.5
Due to banks
329. 6
375.6
Other liabilities . . .
24.7
26. 3

612. 6
650.4
213.6
197.4
84.9
97.0
128.5
123.0
1,522.0 1, 594.2
426.4
425.3
27.6
36.9

677. 4
686. 6
678.5
668.9
227.6
238.9
246. 8
245. 2
101.6
103. 5
103.3
88.9
143.4
183.0
131.3
172.3
1,608.6 1,779.3 1,465.4 1,742.1
530.7
349.3
430.6
526.9
29.6
83.0
34.3
29.6

2, 620. 2

2,815. 7 2,998.3 j 3,141.5 i 3,213.1

Oct. 6,
1896.

Oct. 5,
1897.

3,676
banks.

Total

3,610
banks.

Sept, 20, Sept, 7,
1899.
1898.
3,585

3,595
banks.

3,510.1

3,109.5 I 3,473.9

657.1
246.5
90.4
182. 51. 715.2
494. £
37.0
3, 423.6

Sept. 5, Sept. 30, [Sept. 15,' Sept. 9,
p
p
1900.
1902.
1903.
1901.

Sept. 6,
p ,
1904.

3,871
banks.

5,412
banks.

4,221
banks.

4,601
banks.

5,042
banks.

RESOURCES.
Millions. Millions. Millions. Millions. Millions. Millions. Millions. Millions. i Millions.
Loans
1,893.3 2,066.8 2.172.5 2,516.0 2,709.9 3,051.7 3,314.2
3,508.6 | 3,758.0
Bonds for circula294.9
tion
324.2
237.3
381.6 |
418.4
229.6
329.4
I
Other UnitedStates
113.9
132.7
bonds
133.5
163.2 i
25.1
100.3
115.0
Stocks, securities,
j 208. 8
367. 2
320. 4
255. 2
448. 6
493.1
518.7
etc
589.2.
189.0
736.4
525. 5
685. 8
820.1
785. 0
820. 2
Due from banks . . .
962.3
331.5 j 494. 4
107.2
128. 5
109.3
109.2
114.2
Real estate
4
109. 9
140.1
108.
105.4
397. 6
373.3
293. 9
338. 6
376. 7
366. 2
Specie
504.7
239. 4
200.8
156. 8
145. 0
151.0
141.8
Legal-tender notes.
110. 0
156.7
110.5 | 107. 2
I
in. 2
National-bank
" ft
1
OO 0
on
25.4
23.7
notes
26.5
26.818.0 !
20.1
Clearing-house ex147. 7
124.5
236.7
327.8
changes
110.3
213.2
76.8 | 112. 3
154.8
U. S. certificates of
(a)
2.1
deposit
11.8
16.8
42.3
(«)
31.8 !
16.5
Due from U. S.
15. 9
18.2
21.3
17.8
13.8
Treasurer
11.2
23.6.
11.6
11.5
32.4
38.7
38.4
36.8
Other resources
39.8
33.7
48.5
32.5
36.2
3,263.6 ! 3,705.1 4,003.5 i 4,650.3 | 5,048.1 5,695,3 6,113. 9 6,310.4 | 6,975.0
Total
LIABILITIES.

631. 5
621.5
Capital stock
648. 5
Surplus fund
247.7
246.3
247.6
Undivided profits..
88.6
88.4
93.0
Circulation
209.9
198.9
194.5
Due to depositors.. 1,613.1 1,869.5 2,106. 6
Due to banks
415.1
645. 7
698.3
40.7
Other liabilities . . .
24.8
42.0
Total

655.3
605.8
630. 3
261. 9
279.5
248.4
127.6
151.0
102.1
283.9
323.9
200.3
2, 529. 6 2, 602.1 3, 044.6
1,096.5 1,185. 3
928. 9
45.8
55.7
35.2

3, 263. 6 | 3, 705.1 | 4, 003.5 j 4,650. 3 | 5,048.1 j 5,695. 3




a Included in "Specie."

705.5
326.4
169.2
318.0
3,333.2
1,200.4
61.2

753. 7
370. 4
186.0
375.0
3, 305. 9
1, 226.5
92.9

770.8396. 5
186. 6
411.2.
3, 569. 0
1,561.2
79.7

6,113.9 j 6,310.4 j 6,975.(

186

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

No. 58.—ABSTRACT OF THE RESOURCES AND LIABILITIES OF THE NATIONAL BANKS
AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS SEPTEMBER G, 1904; THE CONDITION OF BANKS IN N E W
Y O R K CITY, IN THE T H R E E CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES, IN OTHER RESERVE CITIES,
AND OF THE COUNTRY B A N K S .

Central reserve cities.
New York.

New York,
Chicago,
St. Louis.

i

Other reserve
cities.«

;

Country banks, i

Aggregate.

RESOURCES.

Loans and discounts .. $807,
702. 76 1,090.374,043. 03j $919, 232,812.18 $1,716,544,564. 27|$3,726,151,419.48
Overdrafts
662.01
565,998.401
4,011,890.07!
27,200,063.29
31,777,951.76
Bonds for circulation..
000.00
59,050,440. OOj 89,305,450.00] 270,052,950.00 418,408,840.00
U. S. Bonds for deposits
000.00
26,597,000.00!
84,128, 900. OOi 47,876,150. OOj 108,602,050.00
Other bonds for deposits
i, 322, 578.9"
11, 658, 788. 57
0,011,578.97;
1,274,000.00;
3,773,209.60
, , :
, ,
U. S. bonds on hand . . .
4:, 406, 950. OOj
4, 099, 450.00
13,210,700.00
3, 085,510.00!
5, 425, 770. 00 10,210,618. 53
Premiums
3,201,221.80;
2, 947, 081.311
4,120,091.41!
:,
8,889,305. S2 589,241,085.60
Stocks, securities, e t c . . i3a! 053, 515. 93 151,954,380.63! 138,557,375.75 298,729,323.22
38557375 75
i,
98729 32322
Banking house, furniture, and fixtures
21, 237, 785.14
24,020,112.00;
29,028,805. 80; 66,698, 008. 81 119, 753, 526. 61
Other real estate and
mortgages owned . . .
3, 527,109. 33!
3, 743,737.13:
3,090,188.38;
12,887,356.35; 20,330,281.86
Due from
national
banks, not reserve
agents
71, 303, 303. 20j 302, 216,207. 73
419. 58' 121,527,728.90' 109,385,175. 03
Due from State banks
j
i
and bankers
97,482, 450.17
232.01|
40,284,029.17
36,027,943.98!
21,170,477.02:
Due from reserve agents
226,063,084.91! 336,547,222.73 562,610, 307.64
274.54
9, 870. 54
10, 145. 08
Int'l-revenue stamps,
Checks and cash item!
30, 534, 081.53
355.60|
5,
0, 239, 915. 98!
7,970,801.43!
16,323, 364.12
Exchanges for clearing
house
213,166, 623.62
133,
630.05! 150, 289, 910. 74;
53, 738, 033.75;
9,138,073.13
Notes of other national
banks
1,
658. oo;
26, 826, 955.00
3,009, 916. OO:
7,107, 503.001 16, 709, 530. 00
Fractional currency,
nickels, and c e n t s . . .
742. 08
1. 793, 498. 08
117,047.88;
329, 391.5:
1,347,058.03 504,748, 935.53
110. 991 289,434, 598. 01
Specie
382. 00! 73, 470, 887. 00; 112,347,056.93 102, 967,280. 56 156,707, 594.00
Legal-tender notes
47,911,896.00
050. OO'
Redemption fund
20, 398, 096. 83
2, 902, 522. 00! 35,324,811.00
4, 407, 697.50
13, 087, 877. 33
Due from U.S. Treas676,792.90!
3,246, 286. 43
1, 777,900. 98;
1,903,800.98j
u rer
605,692.55
Total

1,526,010,872.74;2, 040,950, 778. 50 1,824,079, 305. 92,3,110,056, 419. 63j6, 975,086, 504. 05

LIABILITIES.

Capital stock
Surplus fund
Undivided profits
National-bank notes...
State-bank notes
Due to national banks.
Due to State banks and
bankers
Due to trust companies
and savings banks...
Due to reserve agents .
Dividends unpaid
Individual deposits . . .
U. S. deposits
Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers
Bonds borrowed
Notes and bills rediscounted
Bills payable
Other liabilities
Total.

88,284,192.28]

149,198, 750. 21 j 122,403,174.98

452, 335,154. 00
181,632,878. 27
98,527,775.51
267,166, 045. 50
23, 793. 50!
43,175, 501. 29

770,777,854. 00
396,505, 508. 50
186,631,539.44
411, 231, 095. 50
42, 663. 50
764, 571, 716. 63

48,177, 307. 36|

170,392,700. 00
78,837, 500.00! 102,267,100.0C 112, 605,530. 23
48, 310, 026. 61j 39, 793, 737. 32
37,138,584.80;
87, 728,940. 00
39,304, 377. SO- 56, 336,110. 00
2, 339.00
16, 531. 00!
ie, 531.00j
311,462,907.10; 454, 387,915. 94; 267, 008, 299. 40

106,400, ooo. oo; 148,050,000.001

319, 779,238. 55

i

42,543,875.54; 445, 505,539. 39
142,512,627.68
21, 427,322.05
6,908, 525. 00! 31,335,847.05
973,952.81
718, 976. 34;
87,584.40
167,392.07
773, 854,258. O i 804,805,918. 06 1,879, 556, 491. 84 3, 458,216, 067.90
O
45,162,508,35: 100, 965,682. 92
20, 571,999. 711 29,231,174.86

242, 396,265. 571 260,509,036.17
65,007. 40J
581, 072, 976.131
23,189, 797.85|
370, 224. 55!
16, 522,000.00!

053,974.811
19.145, 440. 00:

4,764,595.48
10,181,507. 37

4, 382, 677. 58
4,957,537. 85;

9,801,247.87
34,284, 485.22

950,508.56!

1,562,045.05;

500, 499. 45
4, 979,380. 23
2,574,167. 74

11, 381,178. 98
20,478, 998.62
2,927,194. lOi

11,881,678.43
25,458,378. 85
7,063,407. 49

1,526,010,872. 74:2,040, 950, 778. 50 1,824,079, 305. 92 3,110, 056, 419. 63.6,975, 086,504. 05

a Other reserve cities are Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Albany, Brooklyn, Pittsburg, Washing
ton, Savannah, New Orleans, Houston, Fort Worth, Dallas, Louisville, Cincinnati, Cleveland
Columbus, Indianapolis, Detroit, Milwaukee, Cedar Rapids, Des Moines, Dubuque^ Minneapolis, St.
Omaha, Denver, Salt Lake
Paul, Kansas City, Kans., Wichita, Kansas City, Mo,, St. Joseph, Lincoln, <
"
City, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Portland, Oreg.




187

REPOKT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

o. 5 9 . — H I G H E S T AND LOWEST POINTS REACHED IN THE PRINCIPAL ITEMS OF
RESOURCES AND LIABILITIES OF NATIONAL BANKS DURING THE EXISTENCE OF THE
SYSTEM, AS SHOWN BY REPORTS OF CONDITION.

Highest point reached.
I Sept. G, 1904.!
! Amount, j
Date.

Jan. 1,
I860.

I Lowest point reached.
I Amount, j

Date.

Capital
$•103,357,346! #770,777,854; $770,777,854: Sept. 6,1904 $403,357,340; J a n . 3,1866
!
Capital, surplus, and
I
i
S
I
undivided profits a...
Circulation
475, 330, 204 1, 353, 914,902*1, 353, 914, 902'
do
j 475, 330, 204i
Do.
Total investments in 213,239,530! 411,231, 539| 411,231,539!
122, 928,084;
United States bonds.. 440,380,350 551,880,439; 712,437,900: Apr.do 4,1879 j 170,653,059; Oct. 2,1890
Do.
Individual deposits
520,212,17413, 458,216,668:3, 458, 216,668^ Sept. 6,1904 501,407,5861 Oct. 8,1870
do
Loans and discounts... 500, 650,109!8, 726.151,419:3. 726,151, 419:
500, 650.109: J a n . 1,1866
Cash:
National-bank
20,400,412! 26,826,955! 28,809,699; Dec. 31,1883
11,841,104! Oct. 7,1867
notes
52.156,439; Mar. 11,1881
Legal-tender notes. 187,816,5481 156,707,594! 205,793,578! Oct. 1,1866
8,050,330! Oct. 1,1875
Specie
16, 909, 3G3| 504, 748, 935J 504,748,935! Sept. 6,1904
I
a Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid, beginning 1894.
N o . 6 0 . — P E R C E N T A G E S O F L O A N S , U N I T E D S T A T E S B O N D S , L A W F U L M O N E Y , E T C . , TO
T H E A G G R E G A T E R E S O U R C E S O F N A T I O N A L B A N K S , ON OR ABOUT O C T O B E R 1, 1866
A N D 1890 TO 1904.

1866. 1890. 1891. 1892. 1893. 1894. 1895. 1896.

Loans and discounts
United States bonds
Lawful money a

P. ct. P. ct. P. ct. P.ct. P.c, P. ct. P. ct. P. ct,
41.3 74.3 72.9 73. 3 68.7 68.6 70.9 67.1
6.4
6.2
8.4
36.3
6.4
7. 7 8.1
6.8
7.1
6.7
8.1
7.1
4.3
1.5
7.4

„
,

Total

79.1

Capital
Surplus and profits
Individual deposits

„

Total

88.1

86.0

86.6

27 2 20 7 21.1 19 5
5 6 q 9 10 3 Q 7
36.9 49.8 49.4 50.3
69. 7 80.4

80.8

81.4

84. 4 85.8

83.5

21 8 19 2 19 2 19.9
11 3 9 6 9 8 10 3
46.6 49.8 49.7 48.9

79. 5 79.7

78.«

78.7

79.1

1897. 1898. 1899. 1900. 1901. 1902. 1903. 1904.
P. ct. P. ct. P. ct. Ret. P.ct. P.. ct. P.ct. P. ct.
55.3 54. 2 53. 7 53 2 53 0 53.7 55 2 53.4
7.0 10.6
7.1
7. 5 8.6
7.8
8.1
7.9
6.4
9.2 10.0 10.3
9.5
8.3
8.8
7.2
68.7 74.0 70. 8 71.6 70.3 C9. 5 72.6 68. 5

Loans and discounts
United States bonds
Lawful money «
Total
Capital.
Surplus and profits
Individual deposits

,

15.6 13.0 12.5
8 5 7.5
7.7
50.9 52. 7 49.7

11.5
7.6
51.6

11.5
8.1
52.5

11.9 11.0
9.8
8.8
50. 0 49.6

,

Total

17.3
9.0
50.0
76.3

75.0

73.2

70.7

72.1

70.7

69.9

« Embraces specie only, up to and including 1898.




70.4

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No. 61.—CLASSIFICATION OF LOANS M A D E BY THE NATIONAL BANKS IN THE C E N TRAL RESERVE CITIES ( N E W Y O R K , CHICAGO, AND ST. L O U I S ) AND OTHER
RESERVE CITIES, TOGETHER WITH COUNTRY B A N K S , ON APPROXIMATE DATES
FOR THE PAST F I V E Y T EARS.
S E P T E M B E R 5, 19C0.

On demand, paNumper with
ber of one or more
banks. individual
or firm
names.

New York
Chicago
St. Louis
Other reserve cities
Country
Total

44
14
6
267
3,540

On deOn time,
mand, sesingleOn time,
cured by- paper with name pastocks,
two or more per (one
bonds, and individual
person or
other perfirm), withor firm
sonal secuout other
names.
rities.
security.

On time,
secured by
stocks,
bonds, and
other personal securities, or on
mortgages
or other
real-estate
security.

Total.

87,166, 020 $254,624,961 $101,904,34' $76,126,744 $129.
29,750,978 £569,573, 050
9, 582, 825 25,289,639
50,823,609 26, 954, 364 29,416, 746 142,067,183
4,059,545 14,389,300
16, 883,350
5, 874, 770 10, 509,191
51,716,156
63,917,071 178,497,480 218,342,636 123,556,845 137,996,033 722,310,065
98,554, 562 103,753, 859 590, 340, 551 189.291,119 219,153,097 1 201,093,188
L,

3,871 183,280,023 576,555,239

978,294,493 421,803,842 526,826,045 2, 686,759,642

SEPTEMBER 30, 1901.
New York
Chicago

St. Louis
Other reserve cities
Country
Total

42 $7,613,978'$271,088,313; $122,370,379 $81,007,382 $128,856,402 $610,S
$ , ,
936,454
12
39,533,909
9,703,019| 31,175,898!
52,225,593 3 9 5 3 3 9 0 9 34, 581,130 167,2
219,549
6,761,749| 22,241,620
23,396,609
7,037,263 15,446,270
74, 883,511
g
7
275 69,554,575; 213,769,127 236,043,004 128,876,387 152, 209, 706 800,4
28876387
452,799
3, 885 117,979,374 127,422,459 652,966,905 211,793,976 254,960,891 1,365; 123,605
4, 221 211,612,695! 665,697,4171,087,002,490

468,248,917 586,054, 399 3,018,615, 918

SEPTEMBER 15, 1902.
New York
Chicago
St. Louis
Other reserve cities
Country
Total

44
207,376 $263,775,891 $118,235,348 $86,119,928;$132, 719, 9421 $607, 058,485
11
67,564,698 45,381,163 36,792,511 186, 932,319
8, 985,874 28,208,073
26,490,087
6,674,688 15,906,061
83, 944,138
6 10, 479,698 24,393,604
272 74, 623,681 237,494,256 244,949,689 141,829,428 166,911,209 865, 808,263
4,268 137, 025,392 152, 983, 009 719,176, 711 237,143,870 290; 055i 293 1,536,384,275
4,601

237,322,021 706,854,8331,176,416,533

517,149,077 642,385,016 ! 280,127,480
,

SEPTEMBER 9, 1903.
New York
Chicago
St. Louis
Other reserve cities
Country
Total

371
43 $10, 311,_._ $281, 438,758 $136,021,466 $93,384,112 $110,410,117 $631, 565,824
64,626,963 42, 777,618 34,767, 005 181,4
416,193
12 11, 172,094 28,072,513
26, 710,615
89,:
312,021
7 13, 914,825 23,389,610
7,871,619 17, 425,352
__,,,_,
_,
289 93, 199,119 220,697,144 267,968,106 157,655, 554 160,845,705 900,:365,628
4,691 154, 511,537 163,660,596 772,197,186 256,426, 836 331,990,9511,678,787,106
5,042 283,108,946 717,258,621 1,267,524,336 558,115, 739 655, 439,130 3, 481,446,772

SEPTEMBER 6, 1904.
New York
Chicago
St. Louis
Other reserve cities
Country
Total

41 $7,505, 476 $392,180,055 $149,071, 875 $112, 341,884 $146,165,413 $807,2
264,703
13 13,386,195 20,329,609
71,692,406 54,995,161 33, 043, 455 193,4
446,826
28,921,223 10,306,586 16,088,647
8
9,809,008 24,534,050
89,6
662,514
285 88,412,232 218,451,932 273,484, 463 167,907,452 170,976,733 919,2
232,812
5,065 160,666,445 163,442,267 793,534,102 265,473,052 333,428, 698 1,716', 544, 561
5,412 279,779, 356 818, 937,913 1,316,707,069 611,024,135 699,702,946 3,726,151,419




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189

No. 62.—CLASSIFICATION OP THE LOANS BY NATIONAL BANKS IN NEW YORK CITY
FOR THE LAST SIX YEARS.
Loans and discounts.

Sept. 7,1899.
44 banks.

Sept. 5,1900. Sept. 30,1901. | Sept, 15,1902. Sept. 9,1903. j Sept. 6,1\ 04.
44 banks.

42 banks,

j 44 banks.

43 banks.

41 banks.

On demand, paper with one
or more individual or firm
names
$4,100,650.19 $7,166,020.38 $7,613, 978.00; SO, 207,375.80 $10,311,371.001 $7,505,475. 76
On d e m a n d ,
s e c u r e d by
stocks, bonds,
and other personal securities. |228,081,517. 95254, 624,960. 55271,088,313. 00263, 775,891.00281,438, 758. 00 332,180,(54. 66
On time, paper
with two or
more individu a l or firm
94, 621,868. 52 101,904,347. 04 122,370, 379. C
names
». 00118,235,347. 96 136,021,466. 00!149, C7 ; , 87i. 92
On time, singlename paper
(one person or
firm), without
other security.. 70,139,360. 90 76,126,744. 55 81,007,382.00; 86,119,928.46! 93,384,112.00112,341,884.02
On t i m e , s e cured
by
stocks, bonds,
and other personal securit i e s , or on
real-estate
mortgages or
other liens on
realty
|144,929, 732. 21129, 750, 977. 71128,856,402.00 132,719,941.901110,410,117.00146,165,413. 40

I
I

Total

|541,873,129. 77 569, 573,050.23 610,936,454.00 607,058,485.12 631,565,824.00 807, 2C4, 7(2. 76




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No. 63.—CLASSIFICATION OF THE LOANS AND DISCOUNTS BY THE NATIONAL BANKS
IN THE RESERVE CITIES AND IN THE STATES AND TERRITORIES ON SEPTEMBER

6, 1904.
Ol
On demand,!! ^m<md,j On time,
i
paper with || b ^ h " ' k s !paper with
ith
Reserve city, State, No. of oneormore! K D ^ ^ 0 C o k ^ !twoormore
banks.
and Territory.
other perfi
or firm
u r l r m
sonal secunames.
rities.

On time,
singlename paper (one
person
or firm),
without
other security.

On time,
secured by
stocks,
bonds, and
other personal securities, or
on mortgages or
other realestate security.

Total.

CENTRAL RESERVE
CITIES.
$7, 505, 476! $392,180,055 $149,071,875 $112, 341,884^146,165,413 $807, 264,
13,386,195
20,329,609 71,692,406 54,995,161! 33,043,455 193, 446, 826
9,809,008
24,534,050 28, 924,223 10,306,586 16, 088,647 89,662,514

New York
Chicago
St. Louis
Total

30,700,679

437,043, 714j 249,688,504 177,643, 631 195,297,515il,090,374,043

OTHER RESERVE
CITIES.
Boston
Albany
Brooklyn
Philadelphia
Pittsburg
Baltimore
Washington
Savannah
New Orleans
Louisville
Dallas
Fort Worth
Houston
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Indianapolis
Detroit
,
Milwaukee
Cedar Rapids
Des Moines
Dubuque
Minneapolis,
St. Paul
Kansas City, Kans.
Wichita ..*.
Kansas City, Mo...
St. Joseph..v
Lincoln
Omaha
Denver ,
Salt Lake City
Los Angeles
San Francisco,
Portland, Oreg
Total
Total all reserve cities

4
5
34
30
18
11
2
6
8
6
6

10
6
7
5
6

I

3j

51
6
2
4
6
3
4
5
4

33,148,618
11,217,017
941,287
8,264,008
684,360
5,488,733
2,678,039
38,813,410
9,969,052
42,053,532)
1,891,893
12,082,154
1,078,759
6,690,3321
19,600
654,829!
1,419,790
3, 946,0361
858,299 ' 2, 336,718531,382
242,744
233,954
47,209
54,550
70,955
12,181,652.
4,589,334
14,569,525
4,110,555
1,370,702!
1,188,188
2,641.333|
1,114,540
1,883^ 076!
1,628,081
5, 755, 864!
4,654,753
264,107!
546,140
282,987!
1,179,192
29,450!
4,000
2,152,089!
2,135, 403
1,943.424!
2, 503, 404
186, 932)
18,200
249,819
3, 4911 503!
3,580,966
640, 2521
950,459
101, 675|
242,815
1,254,468
1,162,740
1,498,380
894,639
569, 6901
590,642
4,612,178
8,567,82.
8,382,913
15,448,886
1,457,232
646,574

285

88,412,232

•347

119,112,911

84
56
49|
193
28
80
317!
135
576

2,771,458
2, 748,316
2,528, 770
7,315,569
402,289
4,178,126
12,571,764
4,960,868
12,046,122
385,643
889,074
177,773
2,491,058
1,415,943
532,676
181,833

218,451,c

47, 840, 813 39, 938,975
2,579,692
779, 450
4,876,809
1,106,586
36,518,965 42,723,488
33,877,633 11,159,550
12,845,359
9,014,976
5,270,889
522,811
808,421
115,780
7,143,714
1,887,608
7,866,073
879,628
2, 927,027
1,631,348
2,232,732
1,748,463
1,668,094
1,959,302
5, 642,308
11,890,927
15,428, 3981 6,203,475
2,139,946
4,367,0111
7,279,7271 2,974,062
1,524,294
8, 515,158
4,879,428
8,671,291
313,909
887,889
826,687
1,384,509
619,249
872,106
2,710,126
10,401,786
3,657,754
6,079, 463
999,669
593,410!
785,004
620, 055J
8,334,608
10,390,129
1,618,605
2,384, 8C5
657,394
1,841,495!
2, 417,626
6,405,501'
2,788,988
2,815,278}
469,343
1,220,457
1, 774, 3691
2,455,739
1,430, 021
991,748
801,879!
2,402,103|

21,945,275 154,090,698
1,309,657 13,874,094
824,501 12, 980, 989
38,158,642 158,892,544
15,477,793 112, 537, 560
12,921,204 48,755,586
1,455,418 15,018,209
460,192
2,058,822
5,690,872 20,088,020
3,823, 399 15,764,117
2,321,061
7, 653,562
1,522,148
5,784, 506
2,316,665
6,069,566
5, 710, 435 40,014, 656
5,650,912 45, 962, 865
2,537,813 11,603,660
3,285,497 17,295,159
3, 487,958 17,038,567
3,035, 440 26,996, 776
668,332
2, 680, 377
1,020,422
4,693,797
457,646
1,982,451
3,293,298 20, 692, 702
2,493,699 16,677,744
2,991,833
4,790,044
859,077
2, 684.240
9,801,688 35, 598, 894
750,046
6,344,167
977,265
3, 820, 674
4,978,417 16, 218, 752
6,149,231 14,146,516
749,011
3.599,143
1,862,935 19i 273, 048
891,661 27,145,229
1,097,290
6,405,078

273,484,463| 167,907,452 170,976,733| 919,232,812

655,495,646 523,172,967} 345,551,083 366,274,248:2,009,606,855

STATES, ETC.
Maine
New Hampshire...
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
Dist. Columbia
Virginia
West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina

7o!
I!
801
76!
23!




3, 362, 694 17,232,0151
2,524, 092
5,221,9831
1,535,032
5,156,966i
11,104,241 50,890,900
1,494,642 10,415,875
7,147, 979' 22,440, 719!
20,836,307; 77, 357, 6011
17,976, 506! 41,586,954!
23,921,496! 121,398,592!
4,490, 730l
652,022;
935, 5851 11,991,753
319, 212
422,561
3,222,736 23,433, 024
969,186 15,598, C9.l!
9,153,2561
400, 322;
4, 667, 851'
573,16ll

3, 058,289!
896,890}
972,670
24, 740, 627
6,757,656
9,520,505
16,312,104
8,735,443
21, 793,^71
515,281j
980, 547|
91, 657|
2, 347, 430J
l,203,000i
1, 435,058!
2,041, 091'

3, 297,748 29,722,204
1,765,714 13,156,995
1,644,358 11,837,796
18,864,014 112,915,351
3, 749,567 22, 823, 029
6, 668,486 49, 955, 815
18,293, 725 145,371,501
6,798,307 80,038,078
37,444,677 216,604,458
1, 043, 837 7,087,513
3,585, 798 18,382, 757
90,120
1,101,323
7,569,526 39,063,774
3,728,967 22,915,789
3,605, 557 15,126, 869
3,224,321 10, 688,257

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
No. 63.—CLASSIFICATION OF THE LOANS AND DISCOUNT
IN THE RESERVE CITIES AND IN THE (STATES AND i1

191

>. \ IOVAL BANKS
i^ ON
SEPTEMBER

6, 1904—Continued.
on

On {inn.

tii.K ,

- < u u « l n\

On d e m a n d . j 0 ^ ^ ' ; On time, riarm pa
paper with I K";r c , f _!_ | paper with })y 1 (one oth( 1
Reserve city, State, No. of one or more
pi p-on
and Territory. banks. individual
01 Junn
or firm ! sonal secu- I
without on1 nioii
names. I rities. I
g a s or
»H1Rt u a l
(\int\
—

Total.

•

STATES, ETC.—COn.

Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee
Porto Rico
Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Iowa
Missouri
North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Indian Territory ..
Washington.......
Oregon
California
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
Arizona
Alaska
Hawaii
Total country
banks
Total United
States

52 i
26;
52!
24!
29!
395|
23i
107|
62i
1!.
306!
168
311
83j
108
204
259!

831
1361
155

I

107
35!
361
59i
23i
111
21
12!
II

$1,046,437,:
422,689|
612,946!
334,467
447,236
3,344,014
164,472
2,651,617
2,096,195|

$1, 318, 643:
997,863
972, 376
338,203
187,618
1,637,301
357,462
2,061,137
1, 633, 732

12,971,955
6,423,681
16,022,113
5,322,4011
3, 380, 735!
4,528,855!
9,025, 598;
1, 755, 7971
665, 541;
720,432
1,663,528
1.701,407
2,320,305
222,940
2.127,197
1,266, 679
526,101
454,770
7,240,840
2, 279,423
10, 715,528
1,092,838
605,522
274,173
445.078
30,142
165,511

13,476,624
2,951,526
6, 933,480
6,448,305
1,913,705
3,178,778
2,282,770
965, 938
465. 000
424,575
821,351
662, 986
409,044
42,293
1,693,195
296,756
98,474
104,680
5, 889,048
877,797
5,543,280
511,350
294,251
46, 651
261,301
22,225
243,987

$9,731,530
3,945,881
7,218,040
3, 807, 830
4,850, 501
23,802,244
3,869,653
16,590,636
14,741,528
24,758
63,334,941!
32,367,273;
47, 854, 5741
21,973,162|
23,098, 595)
14,963,370;
22,698,892
7,824, 254
2,316,829
2,440,123!
7, 642, 031!
10,956, 683|
2,607, 657
3,247, 701

3,932,519
1,289,221
1,902,015
3,026,991
4,644,942
1,803,7691
2, 464, 6921
1,163,910
620,899
259, 823
853, 517!
13, 463|
313, 531!

$4,185. 064. $6, 390, 486. $22,672,160
2,252,163;
9,942, 930
2,324,334!
4, 987,005! 5,627,264
19,417, 631
9,064,418
1,702,980
2,830,938
2,159,870
9,579,996
1,934,771
74,838,645
20, 780,420j 25,274,666
2,157, 368;
8,648, 926
2, 099,971
2,392, 822! 4,806,989
28,503,201
8, 570,934
34,709,980
7, 667. 591
32,758
8,000
12,937,892 19,843, 092 122,564,504
54,526,295
5, 858,270! 6,925,545
17,456, 6131 18, 436,190 106,702, 970
48,764,583
7,892,7571 7,127,958
44,563,934
7,160,887
9,010,012'
40,196,459
8, 592,429 ! 8, 933, 027
15.585,704! 11,200,269
60,793,233
3, 078,468
16,975,870
3,351,413!
13,058,941
1,877,272 j 7,734,299
4, 729, 572
10,129,086
1,814,384!
26, 855, 701
5,157,379! 11,571,412
7, 544,175! 13,171,145
34, 036,396
3,708,447,
12, 496,289
3,450,836
746, 346; 2.459,108
4,718,388
4, 698,052
3, 620,811
16,071,774
1,023,663
842,666!
4, 718,985
1, 714, 406; 4,688,262
8, 929, 258
5,863,729
1,427,356!
10,877,526
3, 736, 633
2,711,976!
24,223, 439
1,215,501
1,122,658|
7,299,148
2.348,587
1,270,252;
22.342,339
'765,799
817, 393!
4, 351,290
453, 410
413, 687
2, 387, 769
242,
174,912
997,749
561,322
3'>6, 946
2,458,164
21,152
18,286|
105, 268
6, 607!
470, -116
1,200,052

5,065

160,666,445

5,412:

279, 779, 356, 818, 937,9131,316,707,069!6U, 024,135 699, 702, 946 3, 726,151, 419




163,442,267 793,531,102:205,473,052; 333,428,6981,716,544,504

192

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER

OF THE CURRENCY.

No. 64.—LOANS AND DISCOUNTS, CAPITAL STOCK, SURPLUS, AND OTHER UNDIVIDED
PROFITS, AND CIRCULATION OF NATIONAL BANKS, ON SEPTEMBER 6, 1904.

Reserve city, State, and
Territory.

Surplus and
Capitals*.*. other profits.

Capital, surplus, and
other profits.

Circulation
outstanding.

CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES.

New York .
Chicago . . .
St. Louis...

$807, 264, 702. 76 $106,400, 000.00 $115, 976,084. 80 8222, 376, 084.80j$39,304,377.50
193,446, 826.27| 25, 850,000.00 18, 637,127.96
44, 487,127. 96 4,156, 395. 00
89,662,514. 00| 15,800,000. 00 15, 963,913. 85
31, 763, 913. 85 12,875,337t 50
1,090, 374,043. 03j 148,050,000. 00 150, 577,126. 61

Total

298, 627,126. 6156,336,110.00

OTHER RESERVE CITIES.

Boston
Albany
Brooklyn
Philadelphia
Pittsburg
Baltimore
Washington
Savannah
New Orleans
Louisville
Dallas
Fort Worth
Houston
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Indianapolis
Detroit
Milwaukee
Cedar Rapids
Des Moines
Dubuque
Minneapolis
St. Paul
Kansas City, Kans
Wichita
Kansas City, Mo
St. Joseph
Lincoln
Omaha
Denver
Salt Lake City
Los Angeles
San Francisco
Portland, Oreg

1,090,698.30 27, 700, C
! 874, 093. 9" l,250,C
,
! 980,989.33 1,352,C
,
\, 892, 543.2421, 905, C
! 537,560. 34 19,400, C
,
; 755,586. 28 11,790,7
,
» 018,209. 38 3,525,C
,
! 058, 821. 69
,
750, C
» 088,019. 93 2,400,C
,
•,764,116.86 4, 645,C
',653,561.78 l,550,C
» 784, 506.46 1, 575,C
,
i 069, 565.96 l,450,C
,
I 014, 655. 75 9, 500, C
,
» 962, 864. 83 10, 300, C
,
,603,660.04 2,400,C
,295,159.45
' 038, 566. 97
,
i 996, 775. 79
,
! 680, 376. 78
,
i 693, 796.95
,
,982,450. 54
I 692, 701.54
,
i, 677, 743. 94
t 790, 043. 97
,
: 684, 239. 83
,
», 598, 893.80
1,344,167. "
! 820,674. 40
,
i, 218,751.93
[ 146, 516. 43
,
i, 599,142.85
>, 273, 047.
',145,228.80
i, 405, 078.15

919,232,812.18 170, 392, 700.00 152, 399,267.55

Total
Total all
cities

22,413, 883.92
1, 667,169.46
2, 747,948.22
29, 523,722. 8'
32,531, 382.96
8,221, 660. 65
3, 240,858.67
407, 919. 28
4,395, 773.81
2,442, 608.04
1,423, 113.45
1, 085,611.88
1, 529,589.01
6, 206,278.42
4,397, 870.80
1, 309,684.74
2,214, 238.28
1,491, 382. 39
2,619, 950. 64
192, 019. 68
352, 328.38
186, 796.77
2,591, 759.60
1,908, 281.84
665, 926.70
580.97
123.17
334.07
506.42
787.41
838.85
560.88
214,19
224. 40|
336. 73|

50,113, 883.92
2, 917,169. 46
4,099, 948.22
51,428, 722.87
51,931, 382.96
20,012, 360. 65
6,765, ..67
1,157, 919. 28
6,795, 773.81
7,087, 608.04
2,973, 113.45
2, 660,611.88
2, 979,589.01
15,706, 278.42
14,697, 870.80
3, 709,684.74
6, 514,238.28
5, 591,382.39
7,169, 950. 64
492, 019. 68
1,152, 328.38
786, 796.77
7,04.1, '59.60
5,908, 281.84
1,865, 926.70
689, 580.97
6,192, 123.17
891, 334.07
822, 506.42
4,201, •87.41
4, 263,
1,746,
7,378,
12, 761,
2,281,

7,952,
738,
585,
31,864,
11,022,
4,524
2,159,
297

322, 791, 967.55
87,728,940.00

reserve
2,009, 606,855.21 318,442,700.00 302,976,394.16

STATES, ETC.

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
"
District of Columbia
Virginia
West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee
Porto Rico
Ohio
Indiana




29,
13,
11,
112,
22,
49,
145,
80,
216,
7,
18,
1,
39,
22,
15,
10,
22,
9,
19,
9,

122.
54!

204.15
995.45
795.59
351. 08
028.66
814.60
500.54
078.4:
458.27
513.47
757. 24
322.80
773. 79
789.32
869.35
257.19
159.50
930. 21
630. 82
418.01
996. 37
645.1 1
926.17
200.61
979. 56
757.84
504.03
294.55

10,141,000.00
5,380,000.00
6,234,000.00
36,406.010.00
9,175; 250.00
19,949, 570. 00
34,525,090.00
17, 965, 590.00
53,831,705.00
2,271.025.00
4,701,700.00
252, 000.00
7, 788,500.00
6, 296,000.00
3, 706,100.00
2, 935, 500.00
5,202, 960. 00
2,550,000.00
5,555,000.00
2,820/000.00
1,900,105.00
26,327,810.00
2, 382, 500. 00
9, 650,200.00
7,455.000.00
100,000.00
30,177, 600. 00
14, 284,150. OOi

15,693, 002.13 5, 877,970.00
5,552, 002.13
8,118,610.80 4,647, 107.50
2, 738, 610.80
8,951,971.33 4, 495,116.50
2,717, 971. 33
21,816, 162. 32 58,222,172.32 19,786, 117.00
5,289, 995. 67 14, 465, 245.67 4,394, 265. 00
12,709, 362.25
32, 658, 932.25 10,810, 446.50
27,364, 561.87
61, 889, 651.87 22,991, 417.50
21,100, 049.98
39, 065, 639. 98 9, 068,302. 50
50, 449, 858.84 104,281. 563.84 34,391, 500. 50
1,841, 330. 94
4,112,355.94
990, 885. 00
3,429, 568.22
8,131, 268. 22 3, 237,710. 00
367, 599. 04
250, 000. 00
619, 599.04
6,245, 514.94
14,034,014.94 5, 764,570. 00
050.91 4,191, 030.00
3,177, 050.91
9,473.
2,193, 193.07
5,899, 293.07 2,462, 640. 00
1,556, 565.81
4,492,065. 81 1,869, 700.00
8,681,212.46 3, 272,100. 00
3, 478, 252. 46
1,426, 273.86
3,976,273.86 1,396, 655.00
2, 603, 736.29
8,158! 736.29 3,611, 425. 00
4,150!240.83 1,570. 970.00
1, 330, 240.83
3, 830;248.66 1,087, 487. 50
1,93Q, 143. 66
39,299, 795. 93 10,925, 210. 00
12,971 985.93
l,110; 411.29
3, 492,911.29
593, 010. 00
13,334, 149.44 7,041, 437.50
3, 683, 949.44
2. 922, 384.32
10,377, 384. 32 4, 368,180.00
100, 000. 00
3, 598.16
103. 598.16
15,910, 539. 09 46,088! 139. 09 19,329, 872. 50
471.90 8, 752,142. 50
6, 599, 321.90
20,883,

BEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
No.

193

64.—LOANS AND DISCOUNTS, CAPITAL STOCE:, SURPLUS, AND OTHER UNDIVIDED*
PROFITS, AND CIRCULATION OF NATIONAL BANKS, ON SEPTEMBER 6, 1904—Cont'd.

Beserve city, State, and
Territory.

Loans and
discounts.

Capital stock.

Capital, surplus, a n d
s,
other ]
profits.

Circulation
outstanding-

STATES, ETC.—continued.
Illinois
Michigan
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Iowa
Missouri
North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma
I n d i a n Territory
Washington
Oregon
California
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
Arizona
Alaskaa
Hawaii a

$106, 702,970.19 $22,960,750.00 $14,223,465.25 $37, 184,215. 25 $14,890, 457.50*
4,870, 264. 81 13,,500,264.
8, 630,000. 00
5,941 830.00
48, 764,583.19
12,,689,803.
3, 734,803.83
4,463', 585. 00;
8,955,000.00
44, 563, 934.25
12,,483,276.
3,242,276. 53
4,358, 680.00.
9,241,000. 00
40, 196,458.71
21,,437,780.
6,085,280. 64
9,896, 505. 00
60, 793,232. 70 15,352,500.00
6,, 365,607,
1,843,047. 22
3, 061, 450.00<
16, 975, 870.21
4,522,560.00
3,,938,860.
888,860.18
1,201, 300. 0013, 058,940.90
3,050,000.00
3,,566,553.
1,066,553.61
1,186, 850.00'
10, 129,085. 71
2, 500,000.00
9.,546,200.
2,586,200.84
3,659, 555.0O
26, 855,700.63
6,960,000.00
12;,364,919.
3,334,919.12
6,137, 910.00'
34, 036,396.35
9,030,000. 00
4,, 598,717.
1, 797, 717.49
496,288. 66
1,030, 267.50*
2,801,000. 00
12,
718,388. 50
i, , 639,154.
554.154.44
511, 700.00'
1,085,000.00
4, 071,774.18
, 431,645.
5i
2,040, 645.16
2,157, 940.00
3,391,000.00
16, 718,984.65
1;, 765,022.
473,222.23
1,291,800.00
856. 745.00
4, 929, 258.03
740,450.12
4,,365,450.
1,594; 500.00?
3,625,000.00
8,,877,526.12
,155,004.
1,475,004.'
6.
1,930, 900.00
4,680,000.00
10,,223,439.52
2,775,821.38
6 ,480,821.
1, 656, 880. Oft
3,705,000. 00
24,
1,031,256.58
2,,719,035.
614. 575.00
7,, 299,147. 80 1,687,779.00
, 945,683.
.342,338. 69
3,382,883. 04
8.
3,066! 045. Ofr
5,562,800.00
22
i
1 ,740,704.
665.704.45
378i 560.00'
4'. 351,289. 90 1,075,000.00
1 , 097,298.
344, 698. 32
752,600.00
391. 992.50
2 ,387,769.18
997,749.34
282,000.00
49,280. 63
331,280.
220; 450. 00
!, 458,164.04
344,376.95
999,376.
655,000.00
425! 800.00105,268. 00
8,306.24
58,306.
50,000. 00
8! 800.00 •
,200,052. 06
81', 224.48
606,224.
525,000.00
245, 200.00-

Total country banks 1,716,544,564.27 452,335,154.O0J 280,160, 653. 78

732,495,807. 78 267,166,045.50>

Total United States. 3,726,151,419.48 770, 777,854.00| 583,137,047.94 1, 353, 914,901. 94 411,231, 095. 50
:t Statement of J u n e 9, 1904.
CUR 1904, PT 1 -




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194

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
No.

65.—SPECIE AND CIRCULATION

OF NATIONAL

BANKS,

NOVEMBER 17, 1903.
Specie.

City, State, and Territory.

Number of
banks.

Gold

Gold coin.

Treasury Gold clearGold
Treasury certificates ing-house
certificates. payable to certificates.
order.

CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES.

1
2
3

New York
Chicago ..
St. Louis
Total central reserve cities

42
12
7

$4,697,172.40 $55,359,930
8, 831,842.50
6,871,730
2,341,645.00
7,980,310

$9,915,000 $56,745,000
3,585,000
2,215,000

61

15, 870, 659. 90

15,715,000

30
4
5
34
34
19
11

5
4
7
9
3

1, 612, 235.00
275,168. 50
348, 523. 50
1,589,172.00
2,801,120.00
558,139.50
81 345.00
3, 500.00
97, 329. 50
546 055.00
155. 705. 00
305,463.50
728 588 00
1,425. 095.00
507,332. 50
1,147,195.00
1,021,930.00
1,503,805. 00
124,590 00
173,437.60
250 987 50
1, 276, 659. 59
728,760.00
352, 435. 00
96,345.00
1 210 560 00
420,725.00
97,420.00
1,144,682.50
2, 721, 845.00
674, 710.55
3,517, 852. 50
2,902,310.00
1,972,940.00

287

32,304,162. 24

25,400,190

7,940,000

10,609,000

348

48,174,822.14

95,612,160

23,655,000

67,354,000

70,211,970

56,745,000

OTHER RESERVE CITIES.

4
5
6
7

8
9
10
11
1?
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
*>1
oo
23
O/f

26
97
*>8
oq
30
31
33
34
35
36
37

Boston
Albany
Brooklyn
Philadelphia
Pittsburg
Baltimore
Washington . ..
Savannah
New Orleans
Louisville
Dallas
Houston
Cincinnati
Cleveland
.
Columbus
Indianapolis
Detroit
Milwaukee
*.
Cedar Rapids
Des Moines
. •
Dubuquc
St. Paul
Minneapolis
Kansas City, Kans
Wichita .
Kansas City Mo
St Joseph
Lincoln
Omaha
Denver
Salt Lake City
San Francisco
Los Angeles
Portland, Oreg
Total other reserve cities
Total all reserve cities

2
6
8

4
6
13
13
6
7
5
G
3
4
6

5
2
4
(3
3
3

5,582,510
183,000
523,900
1,990, 970
3, 720, 000
4,056,010 *
1,964,690
160,000
1,827 280
50 000
53 000
890, 530
181 500
60 000
383,100
10,000
666,050
662 500
920 000
764,620
300,060
1,810,000
121,990
797,100
98 000
70 000
500
150,000
5 000
165,700
300,000
285,720
500,000
45,000
70,000
20,000
911 970
300 000
41,430
1,020
274,000
341,200
47,480
50,730
1,530,000
298,630
5,000

i.56,666

3,385,000
5,685,000
265,000
30,000

700,000

175,000
369,000

STATES, ETC.
38
39
•10

41
42
43

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut
Total New England States




84
56
48
197
35
81

1,197,549.85
441,991.94
415, 265.55
2,800,921.93
433,300.99
1,635,920. 39

119,000
81,440
53, 540
474,300
207,170
428,420

20,000

501

6, 924,950. 65

1,363,870

20,000

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE

CURRENCY.

195

EACH REPORT DURING YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 6, 1904.
NOVEMBER 17, 1903.
Circulating notes.

Specie.
Silver
dollars.

Silver
Treasury Fractional
certificates. silver coin.

$67,131 $11,282,351
4, 975,657
1G1,232
1,795,232
59,064
287,427

On h a n d .

Outstanding.

$406,422. 50
10,852.50
23,602. 50

$46,407,577.50
3,862,147.50
11,368,037.50

440,877. 50

61,637,762.50

7,217,700
950,000
592,000
11,644,500
9,035,000
3,840,000
1,219,000
300,000
1,500,000
2,875,000
587,500
580,000
4,975,000
4,125,000
885,000
825,000
1,250,000
1,812,500
225,000
450,000
275,000
846,000
L, 400,000
900,000
250,000
2,241,000
505,000
260,000
1,250,000
2,250,000
1,050,000
5,075,000
2,668,000
1,050,000

87,102. 50
80,450. 00
2,900.00
44,867.50
68,552. 50
67,300.00
16,002. 50

14,400.00
30,500.00
38,060.00
32, 950.00
9,750.00

7,130,597.50
869,550.00
589,100.00
11,599,632.50
8,966,447.50
3,772, 700.00
1,202,997.50
300,000.00
1,482,492.50
2,875,000.00
587,500.00
551,200.00
4,954,997.50
4,087,795.00
883,750.00
824,750.00
1,218,050.00
1,810,850.00
223,300.00
439,397.50
274,500.00
798,300.00
1, 382,350.00
900,000.00
250,000.00
2,240,000.00
505,000. 00
260, 000.00
1, 250,000. 00
2,235,600.00
1,019,500. 00
5,036,940.00
2,635,050.00
1,040,250.00

74,908,200

710,602.50

74,197,597.50

Issued.

$712,193.81 $138,778,778.21
180,872. 60
24,606,334.10
33,002.13
14,424,253.13

18,053,240

29,666
26,372
12,709
256,669
320, 978
60,444
10,735
12,300
44,493
51,480
46,187
53,295
66,208
121,981
66,774
72,425
46,436
98,072
16,119
27,514
6,644
105,110
59,530
26,804
11,968
140,287
35,309
13,134
165,991
83,298
35,464
130,723
60,364
14,244

Total.

926,068. 54

3,796,083
76,000
562,958
3,772,220
3,453,926
1,749,229
777,936
15,523
512,828
5,000
102,589
159,127
432,287
73,500
197,652
52,537
26,833
96,400
30,276
39,325
19,000
204,268
70,840
4,513
12,000
354,797
128,468
640
386,613
291,773
10,801
111,558
174,143
14,737

177,809,365.44

229,917.94
14,635,411.94
26,786.05
737,326.55
76,165.30
1,524,255.80
493,088.69
17,507,119.69
153,381.35 i 10,785,415.35
78,259.65 i 4,835,762.15
71,209.96
2,818,505.96
5,600.00
89,923.00
29,528.25
1,604,708.75
39,659.05
883,694.05
11,772.70
709,353.70
28,717.15
1,212,652.65
32,645.45
2,842/228.45
52,277.77
3,137,473.77
14,538.80
1,086,357.30
30,959.15
3,113,116.15
25.458.50
1,242,647.50
49,155.68
2,544,532.68 I
13,677.95
352,662.95
11,935.85
402,712.45
5,952.75
187,584.25
84,786.50
2,136,524.09
31,389.30
1,676,239.30
6,686.50
435,438.50
10,055.60
220,568.60
53,166.30
3,000,780.30
11,316.90
637,248.90
17,226.70
129,440.70
81,353.80
2,052,640.30
34,386.82
3,472,502.82
20,284.94
788,740.49
184,227.85
5,700,091.35
56,797.90
3,861,244.90
34,556.24
2,041,477.24

2,329,727

17,716,380 I 2,106,923.34 I 98,406,382.58 j

2,617,154

35,769, 620

44,895
42,8€7
57,406
197,368
13,948
47,506

185,323
200,256
81,976
1, 214,580
301,795
776,325

93,128.17
71,939.01
52,865. 79
452,910.98
69,626.81
190,981.59

403,930

2,760,255 |

931,452.35 | 12,404,458.00 I

17,507.50
28, 800. 00
20,002. 50
37,205.00
1,250.00
250.00
31, 950.00
1,650.00
1,700.00
10,602.50
500.00
47, 700.00
17,650.00
1,000.00

3,032,991.88 I 276,215,748.02 | 136,986,840 | 1,151,480.00 | 135,835,360.00




1,639,896.02
838,433.95
661,053.34
5,140,080.91
1,025,840.80
3,099,152.98

5,855,350
4,510,500
4,714,500
18,232,000
4,056,000
10,296,450

66, 395.00
91,355.00
94,826.00
292,643.00
61,405.00
219,233.50

5, 788,955.00
4,419,145.00
4,619,674.00
17,939,357.00
3,994, 595.00
10,077,216.50

47,664,800 j

825,857.50

46, 838,942.50

196

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
No. 65.—SPECIE AND CIRCULATION OP NATIONAL BANKS,
NOVEMBER 17, 1903—Continued.
Specie.
City, State, and Territory.

Number of
)anks.

Gold coin.

Gold
Gold
Treasury Gold clearTreasury certificates ing-house
ertificates. payable to certificates.
order.

STATES, ETC.—continued.
New York
New Jersey...
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia .

312
130
551
23
68
1

13,377,682.98 81,479,770
1,175,172.64
725,620
7,444,535.16 2,128,580
39, 380
148,245.50
183,740
422,184.67
80,300
34,440.00

$735,000

$200,000!

160,000

1,085

12,602,260.95

4,637,390

71
68
42
23
47
21
44
21
26
367
15
96
61

626, 797.55
706, 958. 65
316, 231. 50
110, 313. 00
267, 311.55
143, 008. 20
287, 378. 00
88, 694.20
65, 751.50
1,770,523.20
87, 240.00
745, 896. 00
611, 888. 90

230, 390
224,190
94,540
66, 540
105,070
47,100
416,610
93,580
144,640
1,122,440
52,220
207, 300
408,280

902
~298~
158
297
82
101
180
248
68

5,827,992.25

3,212, 900

30,000

4,051, 711.41
2, 699,519.19
3,117,180. 96
1,872,677.41
1,583,671.20
1,536,035.00
1,720,611.67
519,885.50

731,060
585,970
901,650
312,610
213,530
258,820
346, 590
129,700

460,000
30,000
370,000
100,000
85, 000
5,000

10,OCO

Total Middle Western States... 1,432
74
North Dakota . . .
59
South Dakota
129
Nebraska
143
Kansas
23
Montana
16
Wyoming
51
Colorado
20
New M e x i c o . . . . .
87
Oklahoma
90
Indian Territory

17,104,292.34

3, 479, 930 1,100,000

10,000

272, 395. 25
385, 880. 00
780, 350.05
1,289,898. 57
869, 925.00
232, 965.00
1,328,745.65
155, 677.50
293, 879.40
194, 549.50

112,140
117,680
73,710
234,180
236, 690
21, 920
269,650
34,270
142,090
98,220

692

5,804,265.92

1,340,550

2,436,402. 70
834, 502. 50
479. 50
2, 011,
354,830.00
281,830.00
21, 646.00
174, 828. 90
22, 865. 00

151, 230
30,630
77,440
33,620
3,520

6,138,383.60

370,800

370,585.00
15,705.00

240
2,820

386,290.00

3,060

Total Eastern States
Virginia
West Virginia ..
North Carolina.
South Carolina.
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee
Total Southern States
Ohio
Indiana . . .
Illinois
Michigan..
Wisconsin .
Minnesota.
Iowa
Missouri...

Total Western States
Washington .
Oregon
California...
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
Arizona
Alaska «

155

Total Pacific States
Hawaii ft...
Porto Rico.
Total island possessions

895, 000

200,000|

10,000

10, 000
10,000

50,000

40,000
10.000

50,000

73,320
1,040

Total country banks

4,770

Total United States

5,118 102,963,257.85 110,020,660 25,730,000 67,584,000




54,788,435.71 14,408,500

a Statement of September 9, 1903.

2,075,000

230,000

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

197

DURING YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 6, 1904—Continued.
NOVEMBER 17, 1903—Continued.
Circulating notes.

Specie.
Silver
Treasury
certificates.

Fractional
silver coin.

Total.

$378, 939 81,437,024
114,538 1,509,630
725,638 2,862,550
187,085
40,159
296, 826
25,508
19,429
1,220

8553,657.49
361,385.17
659,414.94
40,857.75
85,419.09
2,356.50

88,168,073.47
3, 886, 345.81
13,975,718.10
455, 727.25
1,013, 677.76
137,745.50

6,312,544

1,704,090.94

Silver
dollars.

1,286,002

Issued.

On hand.

Outstanding.

822, 069,800
8,840,550
31,048,400
953,000
3,011,500
250,000

8287,080.00
156,742.50
274,940.00
13,645.00
56,055.00
1,250.00

821, 782, 720.00
8,683,807.50
30, 773,460.00
939,355.00
2, 955,445. 00
248, 750. 00

27,637,287.89

66,173,250

789, 712. 50

65,383, 537. 50

4. 994, 200
3i 576, 000
2,012, 250
1, 621, 750
3,025,050
1,098,750
2, 587,000
1,236,250
980,250
9, 619, 760
472,750
6,083,850
3,877,250

82,720.00
42, 025.00
20,360.00
11,450.00
1,002.50
3,600.00
20,850.00
3,420.00
4,122. 50
110, 057. 50
750.00
32,112.50
18,120.00

4,911, 480. 00
3,533, 975.00
1,991,890.00
1,610,300.00
3,024, 047. 50
1,095,150.002,566,150.00
1,232, 830.00
976,127.50
9,539, 702.50
472,000.00
6,051, 737.50
3,859,130.00

174,905
102,002
102,220
87,210
191,699
123,426
226,996
103,231
122,017
811,161
37,391
116,373
222,392

404,571
245,493
107,197
155,994
271,010
59,714
280, 782
27,521
148,794
977,483
93,977
141,217
337, 734

123,322.90
77,685. 69
53,167.02
56,751. 66
94,166. 32
49,013,85
51, 708.10
32,347.30
42,105.15
262, 992. 61
19,221.55
61, 267. 56
95, 745. 85

1, 559,986. 45
1,366,329. 34
673,3f;5.52
47d,808,66
929,256.87
422,262. 05
1,263,474.10
345, 373. 50
523,307.65
4, 944,599.81
290,049.55
1,282, 053. 56
1,686,040.75

2,421,023

3,251,487

1,019,495.56

15,762,897.81

41,215,110

350,590.00

731,053
544,799
835, 764
359,984
273,940
288,762
397,541
136,845

288,122.46
177,813.02
301,415.18
128,492. 60
109,318. 37
108,624.12
163,367.65
56,384.13

6,374,469. 87
4, 344, 385. 21
6,047, 603.14
2,866, 202. 01
2,718,266.57
2,442,664.12
2,981,767.32
950,586. 63

18,043,645
7,988,400
14,034,150
5,594,860
4,163,370
3,771,400
8, 784, 900
2, 900,050

214,165.00
84,560.00
61,895.00
38,070. 00
39,135.00
43,020. 00
43, 630. 00
11,205.00

17, 829, 480. 00
7,913,840.00
13,972,255. 00
5,556, 790.00
4,124, 235. 00
3, 728, 380. 00
8, 741, 270. 00
2,888, 845.00

2,129,497

3,568,688

1,333,537.53

28,725,944. 87

65, 290,775

535,680. 00

64,755,095.00

51,375
49, 474
118,226
183,911
58,290
25, 482
111,253
28,261
106, 768
88,896

99,408
91,079
101,131
275,766
40, 705
16,051
203, 760
24,117
140, 906
111,251

34, 266.34
29,440.15
57,967.79
101,711.49
48, 557.15
18, 695. 65
83,850. 37
36,004.80
59,083.06
42,638.22

572, 5S4. 59
673, 553.15
1,171,384.84
2, 095, 467.06
1, 254,167.15
315,113.65
1,997,259.02
278,330.30
742,726.46
535,554.72

1,109,750
1,048,050
3,251,070
5,070,550
1,004,750
494,500
1,768,250
720,750
1,376,300
1,599,100

7,000.00
7,550.00
4,437. 50
19, 640. 00
61,385.00
5,600.00
4,250.00
3,612. 50
5,580.00

1,102,750.00
1,040,500. 00
3,246,632.50
5, 050,910.00
943,365.00
494, 500. 00
1,762,650.00
716,500.00
1,372, 687. 50
1,593,520.00

824,936

1,104,174

512,215.02

9, 636,140.94

17,443,070

119,055.00

17, 324,015. 00

123,829
35,962
95, 428
16,564
20,567
1,018
18,575
1,037

177,963
26,351
62,336
34,216
2,737

66,897.17
75,447.55
115, 682. 68
16,175.90
11,505.75
1,880.35
10,170.12
325.15

2,956,321.87
1,002,893.05
2,.362,366.18
455,405. 90
320,159. 75
24, 543. 35
290,602. 02
25,522.15

1,631,250
579,800
1,985,000
330,900
299,000
20, 500
361,500
12,500

9,480. 00
46,655. 00
33, 620. 00
16,200. 00
7.50
2.50
10.250. 00
7, 500.00

298,084. 67

7,437, 814. 27

5, 220, 450

123,715. 00

5, 096, 735.00
41,000.00
100,000. 00

4€
47

40,864,520.00

519, 523
336,284
421, 593
162,438
167,807
150,423
268,657
102, 772

4C
41
42
42
44
4£

312,980

13,708
255
317, 566

51
52
52
54
5f
5C
57
5§

5£
6C
61
62
62
64
6£

6e
67
6£
6c
7C
71
72
7c
14
7;"

It

1,621,770.00 r
533,145. 00 it
1,951,380.00 7c
314, 700. 00 8C
298,992. 50 81
20,497.50 82
351,250.00 83
5,000.00 84

28,003
20,659

211

17,345.40
14,565.55

416,384. 40
53, 749.55

61, 500
100,000

20,500.00

48,662

211

31,910. 95

470,133. 95

161,500

20,500.00

141,000.00

7,427,030

17,314,925

5,830, 787. 02 102,074,677.73

243,168,955 2,765.110.00

240,404,845.00

10,044,184

53,084,545

8,863, 778. 90 378,290,425. 75

380,155,795 j 3,916,590.00

376,239, 205.00




£

8f

se

198

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY,
No.

65.—SPECIE AND CIRCULATION OF NATIONAL B A N K S ,
JANUARY 22, 1904.

Specie.

Citiy, State, and Territory.

Number of
banks.

Gold coin.

Gold
Treasury
certificates.

Gold
Treasury Gold clearcertificates ing-house
payable to certificates.
order.

CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES.

New York
Chicago
St. Louis
Total central reserve cities

$5,478,087.80 $80,222,020 $25, 325,000 $52,475,000
10,580,707.50
9,429,060
4,295,000
1,498,813. 50 10,482,750
2,755,000
61

17,557,608.80 |100,133,830

32,375,000

52,475, 000

OTHER RESERVE CITIES.

Boston
Albany
Brooklyn
Philadelphia
Pittsburg
Baltimore
Washington
Savannah
New Orleans
Louisville
Dallas
Fort Worth
Houston
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Indianapolis
Detroit
Milwaukee
Cedar Rapids
Des Moines
Dubuque
St. Paul
Minneapolis
Kansas City, Kans.
WTichita
Kansas City, Mo ...
St. Joseph.'.
Lincoln
Omaha
Denver
Salt Lake City
San Francisco
Los Angeles
Portland, Oreg
Total other reserve cities
Total all reserve cities

1,330, 360.50
276,986.00
382,187.00
1,516,313.50
3,652,006.56
538,690.50
97,095.00
3, 750.00
69, 730. 50
689,767.50
224,570.00
82,270.50
283,320.50
649,122,50
1,367,930.00
609,846.50
1,244,122.50
946,907. 50
1,482, 610.00
91,782.50
193,421.50
169,490. CO
1,555,947.01
684,617. 50
316,592.50
92,722. 50
1,571,661.00
405,360.00
106,445.00
1,284,850.00
2,541,365.00
790,134. 35
5, 500,065.00
2,460,245.00
2, 327, 915.00

10,062, 420
198,000
671,950
2,030,560
4,602, 900
1,679,570
2,024,120
62, 000
1,231,460
147, 750
377,000
142,000
746, 380
1,215,000
829,000
226,820
1,455,000
121,990
865,000
100,000
3,000
5,000
100,050
222,260

293

35, 540, 200. 92

31,355,690

11,190,000

9,904,000

354

53,097,809.72 131,489,520

43,565,000

62, 379,000

68,000
1,242,370
16, 820
1,100
155,500
348, 260
108,390
1,150
288,870
6,000

2,190,000
150,000

7,010,000

5, 810,000

790,000

""460,666

50,000
25, 000

*io,"66o'
870,000
750, 000
155,000
70,000
150,000
300,000
500,000
45,000
20,000
300,000

900,000

150,000
389,000

STATES, ETC.

Maine
New Hampshire.
Vermont
Massachusetts...
Rhode Island
Connecticut

84
56
49
197
35
81

1,179,002.50
428,715.81
411,574.80
2,767,421.24
416,370. 57
1,586, 744.12

114,690
69,690
69,860
447,220
186,800
416,700

Total New England States
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia.

502 |

6,789,829.04

1,304,960

45, 000

312
130
558
23
69
1

3, 535,490.05
1,191,940.89
7,317,923.57
151,213.50
429,693.67
34,352. 50

1,505,280
816, 710
2,166, 500
41, 960
187,100
58,400

710,000

1,093 I 12,660,614.18

4,775,950

870,000

Total Eastern States.




45,000

205,000

160,000

205,000

EEPOBT OB' THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

199

YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 6, 1904—Continued.
J A N U A R Y 22, 1904.
Circulating notes.

Specie.

Silver
dollars.

Silver
Treasury
certificates.

$61,221 .f 17,158,484
7, 595,526
221,372
3,519, 905
95,092

Fractional
silver coin.

Total.

$734,837. 46 SI 81, 454, 650. 26
309,477. 40
32, 431, 142.90
18, 387, 247.88
35,687. 38

Issued.

On h a n d .

Outstanding.

317,000 $1,030, 580.00
4, 257,000
4, 105.00
11, 591,640
36, 400.00

$43,286,420.00
4,252,895.00
11,555,240.00

1,071, 085.00

59,094,555.00

00, 165,640

28,273,915

1,080,002. 24

4,261,544
85,000
633, 524
4,689,132
4,823,491
2,472,079
669,466
46,809
798,718
8,000
113 635
94,913
132,057
678,823
89,000
381 379
156,630
55,449
100,644
58 380
57,491
20,000
136,165
58,900
5,000
9,000
1,130,679
96,501
890
303,348
263,750
5, 626
53,702
234,466
6,681

246,969. 00
14,368. 45
75, 629. 95
403,198. 08
176,314. 53
107.603.70
104,933. 49
19,600. 00
77,432. 65
64,755. 00
11 714 86
19,423. 50
39,458. 84
60,377. 77
109, 943. 00
33,485 05
38, 538. 00
27,164. 50
50,806. 00
14 899 68
23,283. 36
5, 842. 35
94,338. 45
27,480 70
7,162.20
10,122 65
59,465 60
19,335
14,463 00
92,560.35
40,197 99
44,064 60
267,148 35
105,543 05
35,580 74

2,601,906

22, 730, 872

2, 543, 210 39

115 865 879.31

78 817,250

1,385 675.00

77,431,575.00

2, 979, 591

51,004,787

3, 623, 212 63

348 138 920.35

138 982,890

2,456 760.00

136,526,130.00

41,039
36,136
53,951
137,908
12, 324
40,231

176,133
213,013
86,300
1,145,422
290,057
797,001

110, 500 45
80,207 75
56,533 42
469,517 28
72,539.11
245, 738 98

95 , 065.00
90 425. 00
123 ,623.50
3i6 ,765.50
63 ,800.00
226 538.50

5,810, 285.00
4,477,575.00
4,485, 876.50
18,692,184.50
4,492, 200.00
10,069, 911.50

377, 685

27,702
25,187
17,704
172,174
307,723
74,720
13,082
10,600
121,110
69,876
42 331
49,878
82,987
90,293
200,045
69 347
80,437
25,357
79,500
11 445
30,346
10,128
121,125
64, 772
20,104
16,827
151,956
53,056
19,616
124,348
89,057
48,943
150,258
97,720
32,152

232, 273, 041.04

18, 122,
749,
1, 780,
21, 631,
13, 562,
6 122,
2 958,
142,
2 823,
980,
779,
888,
1 284,
3 563,
3 345,
1
2 974,
1 331,
2 578,
S46
457,
210
2 307
1 558
393,
?16
4 456
591
142
1 960
3 282
997
7 022
3 571
2 408

1 621
827
678
4 967
9"8
3 131

995. 50
541.45
994.95
377.58
435.09
663.20
696.49
759.00
451.15
148.50
250.86
485.00
203. 34
616. 27
923.00
877. 55
727.50
868.00
560.00
507 18
541.86
460.35
625.46
030.20
858.70
672.15
131.60
072.95
514.00
606.35
629.99
157.95
323.35
844.05
328.74

364. 95
762.56
219. 22
488.52
090. 68
415.10

557,650
950,000
592,000
11, 094,500
10,434,850
4, 080,000
1, 219,000
300,000
1, 500, 000
475,000
637,500
732, 000
580,000
4, 975,000
4, 545, 000
985,000
825, 000
1, 250,000
1, 912,450
225 000
450,000
275,000
846,000
1, 400,000
900.000
250,000
2, 241,000
505,000
260,000
1, 250,000
2, 250,000
1, 050, 000
5, 452,300
2, 768. 000
1, 050,000

5
4
4
19
4
10

905,350
568,000
614,500
038,950
556,000
296,450

262, 682.50
36, 450.00
5, 855.00
85, 667.50
35, 652.50
7, 750.00
48, 952.50
3, 550.00
14, 955. 00

31, 200.00
20, 002.50
103, 905.00
250.00
51, 100.00
97, 250.00
10, 952.50
48 650. 00
37 850.00
17 750.00
80 500.00
7
33
37
233
47
24

250.00
750. 00
300.00
300.00
200.00
950.00
000.00

7,294,967.50
913,550.00
586,145.00
11,008,832.50
10,399,197.50
4,072, 250.00
1,170,047.50
296,450.00
1,485,045.00
3,475,000.00
637,500.00
732,000.00
548,800.00
4,954,997.50
4,441,095.00
985,000.00
824,750.00
1,198,900.00
1,815,200.00
225 000.00
439, 047. 50
275,000.00
797, 350. 00
1,362,150.00
882, 250. 00
250, 000. 00
2,160, 500. 00
505 000 00
258, 750.00
1,242,250.00
2,216, 700. 00
1,012,700.00
5,219,100.00
2,720, 050.00
1,026,000.00

321,589

2,707, 926

1,035,036.99

12 204 341.03

48 979,250

951 217.50

1,558,516
1,497,986
2, 775,148
216, 931
346, 784
31, 037

539,274
351,304
738,161
40, 725
108,6o5
1,025

28
88
68
62
95
00

8 508 700.33
3 987 429.77
13 927 282.25
487 439.12
1 096 340.62
125 294.50

22 568,800
8 840,550
31 842, 920
953.000
3 030,200
250, 000

463
153
412
22
66
2

8^5.00
207.50
112.50
205.00
480.00
500.00

22,104, 925.00
8,687, 342. 50
31,430, 807. 50
930,795.00
2,963, 720.00
247,500.00

1, 415, 373

6,426, 402

1.779,147 41

28 132 486. 59

67 485,470

1,120 380.00

66,365,090. 00

9

2
2
2
2
2
o
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

3
4
4
4
4
4

48,028,032.50

455,140
129,488
769,549
36,609
24,107
480

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2




4
4
4
4
4
5

200

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
No.

6 5 . — S P E C I E AND CIRCULATION O F NATIONAL B A N K S ,

JANUARY 22, 1904—Continued.
Specie.
Number of
banks.

City, State, a n d Territory.

Gold coin.

Gold
Gold
Treasury Gold clearT r e a s u r y certificates ing-house
certificates. payable to certificates.
order.

STATES, E T C . — c o n t i n u e d .

51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
60
61
63

71
69
42
23
49
23
47
21
27
364
16
98
60

67
68
69
70
71

Total, Middle States
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
81

North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado,
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Indian Territory

85
S7
89

Washington
Oresron
California .
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
Arizona
Alaska a
Total, Pacific States

no
91

Hawaii a
Porto Rico

3, 402,550

30,000

4,063, 516. 75
2, 675, 514. 50
3,106, 748. 40
1,926,134.02
1,662,012.83
1,344,857.50
1,664,490.67
572, 768. 50

718,290
626, 050
796, 680
344,710
210, 630
199,310
347,710
135,610

50,000
535 000
30,000
370, 000
130, 000
85,000
5,000

17,016,013.17

3,378,990

1,205,000

75
60
130
142
23
17
52
21
86
99

282, 937.75
402, 695. 00
732, 037. 55
1,253,309.39
857,572. 50
240,020. 00
1,316,280.60
166,162.50
260 249 40
221,783.13

78,090
97,110
66,780
230,020
199,300
17,130
363,840
24,610
148 500
91,180

705

1,316,530

2,363,868.00
865,035.00
2,200,532.00
405,155.00
246,340 00
39,745.00
193,769.50
13,800.00
6,328,244.50

10 000
10,000

40,000
10,000

360,090

316 055.00
70.00

$60,000
$10,000

107,100
49,890
105,090
23,180
2 790

2
1

....

5,733, 047. 82

33
32
52
21
10
2
11
1
162

Total, Western States
82
83

5, 757,839. 35

1,451

Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Iowa
Missouri

$273,950
221,450
84,440
58,100
156,360
70,620
378,240
112,480
116,390
1,174,750
80,750
204, 960
470, 060

302
159
299
83
103
186
249
70

Total, Southern States
64
65

$604,229.95
690,266.45
286,061.00
120,068.00
208,931.80
142,362.15
291,207.00
87, 580.10
64,728.00
1,781,296.50
142, 740. 00
710,364.50
628,003. 90

910

Virginia
West V i r g i n i a
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee

60,000

2,000

330

50,000

2,000
15, 000

68,370
3,670
15,000

3

316,125.00

330

Total, country banks

4,826

54,601, 743. 06

14,539,430

2,200,000

Total United States

5,180

107,699,552. 78 146,028,950

45, 765,000

Total, island possessions




a Statement of Nov. 17, 1903.

282, 000
62,661,000

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE

CURRENCY.

201

DURING YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 6, 1904—Continued.
JANUARY 22, 1904—Continued.
Specie.
Silver
dollars.

Silver
Fractional
Treasury
certificates. silver coin.

Circulating notes.

Total.

Issued.

On h a n d .

Outstanding.

$182,883
103,862
98,268
119,275
238, 745
164, 370
274,465
209, 412
249,771
990, 628
69, 536
163,942
331,850

$524,440
267,988
89,527
204,857
294,004
106, 302
292, 686
48,763
134, 934
1,320,719
97.939
161,225
662,203

$163,025.67
81,590.91
73,682. 25
81,913.27
88, 935.68
63,075. 31
114,231.55
42,658. 50
52,239. 36
312,222.41
26,660.20
77,521.69
112,903.00

$1,808,528.62
1,375,157.36
631,978.25
584,213.27
986,976.48
546,729.46
1,350,829.55
500,893.60
618,062.36
5,579,615.91
417,625.20
1,328,013.19
2,215,019.90

$4,885,150
3,700,450
2,040, 750
1,634,250
3,065,700
1,117,750
2,823,100
1,236,250
1,024,000
9,132,035
472,750
6,465,350
3,869,150

$51,500.00
21,895.00
15,960.00
16,300.00
23,552.50
10,550.00
10,700.00
2,420.00
8,902. 50
99,307.50
305. 00
28,932. 50
14,470. 00

$4,833,650.00
3,678, 555.00
2,024,790.00
1,617,950. 00
3,042,147.50
1,107,200.00
2,812,400.00
1,238,830.00
1,015,097. 50
9,032,727.50
472, 445.00
6,436,417. 50
3,854, 680. 00

3,197,007

4,205,587

1,290,659.80

17,943,643.15

41,466,685

304, 795.00

41,161,890.00

629, 818
366, 623
437, 054
202,678
172,525
186,717
283. 862
128,237

729,989
521,174
828,672
346,423
271,144
243,338
372,630
126,237

384,998.02
194,210. 77
356,279.37
151,449.59
128,249.72
143,122.93
155,322. 51
65,483. 94

18,313,395
8,130,850
13,836,650
5,823,760
4, 244, 670
3,832,050
8, 982, 500
2,927,200

178,635. 00
60, 457.50
51, 655.00
29, 470.00
32,635.00
34, 460.00
43,947.50
9,357.50

18,134, 760. 00
8, 070, 392.50
13, 784, 995. 00
5,794, 290.00
4,212,035.00
3,797,590.00
8,938,552.50
2,917,842.50

2,407,514

3,439,607

1,579,116. 85

66,091,075

440,617.50

65,650,457. 50

62.176
61, 752
112,130
228, 493
59, 852
24,647
117, 737
33,038
129,672
108,171

52,231
62,136
117,124
265,856
17,267
14, 942
248, 439
36,796
144,406
105,984

50,398.14
31,314.20
55, 262. 59
130,331.24
57,256.65
18,970.25
70,828.83
38,351.70
47,572.85
54,847.18

525, 832.89
655, 007.20
1,123,334.14
2,120, 009.63
1,191,248.15
315, 709. 25
2.117,125. 43
298,958.20
730, 400.25
581,965.31

1,148,250
1,073,300
3.316, 320
5,227,105
1,042, 250
457,000
1,795,750
752,000
1,392,500
1,678,400

9,560.00
8,550.00
45,307.50
49,965. 00
76,855.00
4,800.00
13,325.00
9,255.00
11,362.50
21,250.00

1,138,690.00
1,064,750.00
3,271,012.50
5,177,140.00
965,395. 00
452,200.00
1,782,425.CO
742, 745. 00
1,381,137.50
1, 657,150. 00

937, 668

1,065,181

555,133.63

9,659,590.45

17,882,875

250,230. 00

17, 632, 615. 00

153,054
44,479
121,171
26, 250
30,122
1,731
14,852
1,019

95,072
29,695
62,348
36,922
4,647
80
20,678
330

91,262.45
81,066.60
138,682.65
22,086. 90
20,093. 50
5 408 55
12, 232.14
72. 50

2,825,356.45
1,070,165.60
2,627,823. 65
513, 593. 90
303, 992. 50
46 964 55
309,901.64
18,891.50

1, 616, 270
586,050
2, 234, 500
348, 650
299, 000
220 500
399,000
12,500

38,300. 00
47,265. 00
69,075. 00
28,050.00
5,107.50
50.400.00
5,060.00

1, 577,970. 00
538,785.00
2,165,425.00
320,600.00
293,892.50
220 500 00
348,600.00
7,440.00

392,678

249,772

370, 905. 29

7,716,689.79

5, 716,470

243,257. 50

5,473,212. 50

24,094
790

216
6,298

21,406.50
351. 33

362,101.50
7,509.33

66,500
100,000

11,650.00

54,850.00
100,000.00

24,884

6, 514

21,757.83

369,610. 83

166,500

11,650.00

154,850.00

18,100,989

6,631,757.80

105,052,632. 86

247,788,325

3,322,147.50

244,466,177.50

69,105,776 10,254,970.43

453,191,553.21

386,771,215

5,778,907.50

380,992, 307.50

51
52
5H
54

8, 696, 713
11,676, 304




6,576,611.77
4,383, 572. 27
6,060,433. 77
3,001,394.61
2,814, 561. 55
2, 247, 345. 43
2, 909, 015.18
1,033,336.44
29,026,271.02

55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63

64
65
6ft
67
68
69
70

71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81

82
83
84
85
86
S7
SH
89

90
91

202

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
No. 65.—SPECIE AND CIRCULATION OF NATIONAL BANKS,
MARCH 28, 1901.
Specie.

City, State, and Territory.

Number of
)anks.

Gold coin.

'

Gold
Gold
Treasury Gold clearTreasury certificates ing-house
certificates. payable to certificates.
order.

CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES.

1
2
^

New York
Chicago
St Louis

41
12
7

Total central reserve cities

$5,920,547.40 $87,368,800 #21,100,000 $71,045,000
11,798,830.00
8,710,760
5,600,000
1,499,233.50 10,096,790
1,925,000

60

19,218,610. 90 106,176,350

28,625,000

71,045,000

OTHER RESERVE CITIES.

4
5

Boston
Albany
Brooklyn
Philadelphia .
Pittsburg
Baltimore
Washington
Savannah
New Orleans
Louisville
Dallas
Fort Worth
Houston
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Indianapolis
Detroit
Milwaukee
Cedar Rapids .
Des Moines
Dubuque
St Paul
Minneapolis
Kansas City, Kans.
Wichita
Kansas Citv, Mo
St Joseph
Lincoln .
Omaha
Denver
Salt Lake City
San Francisco
'.
Los Angeles
Portland, Oreg

30
4
5
34
31
18
11
2
6
8
6
6
6
13
12
6
7
5

25
26
97
28
oq
30
31
33
S1
35
%
37
38

290

35,882,774.22

Total all reserve cities

<>4

3
4
3
6
5
2
4
6
3
3
7
5
4
7
9
3

9,126,670
333,000
646 400
1,414,820
4,784,750
1,308,630
980,120
12 000
679,740
175,000
308 000
31,000
720,590
890,800
889,020
268, 520
1,467,500
121,990
835 000
91,500
15,000
10,000
37,700
201,420
45,000
80 000
1,247,630
50,130
1,800
144,540
362,700
15,350
12,440
145, 460

Total other reserve cities

7
8
9
10
11
12
13
"
M
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
oo
23

1,324,822. 00
276,603.50
309 022 00
1,466,073.50
3,112, 539. 00
508,097.00
109,962. 50
24 3§0 00
83,097.00
659,200.00
335 455 00
118,179.00
242,500.00
446,399. 00
1,217,825.00
579,395.00
784,480.00
874, 760.00
1 497 225 00
92,650.00
165,099.10
189,722.50
1,580,870.21
951,172.50
307,495.00
93 452 50
1,838, 625.00
393,370.00
106,575. 00
1,249,402.50
2, 684,580.00
679,144.30
6,211,675.00
2,996,846.11
2,372,110.00

350

-

. . .

Q

. .

3,084,500
150,000
4,020,000

9,925,000

290,000
50,000

120,000
30,000

10 000
920,000
715,000
105,000
70,000
150,000
300,000
500,000
20 000
300,000

800 000

180, 000
365,000

27,454,220

7,580,000

14,524,500

55,101,385.12 133,630,570

36,205,000

85, 569,500

STATES, ETC.
*
W
40
41
49
43
44

New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut
Total New England States

New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
. ..
4°) Maryland
50 District of Columbia
Total Eastern States

45
46
47
48




* 84
56
49
195
34
81

1 162 371 22
422,959.54
416,509.88
2,772,092.36
407,351.66
1,537,697.39

123 370
60,740
61,880
479 680
206,420
451,300

499

6,718,982.05

1,383,390

30,000

313
131
560
23
70
1

3,344,837.23
1 189 597 49
7,180,188.42
142 797 00
436,873.17
34,770.00

1,556,770
799 630
2,191,860
45 080
211,350
36,480

735,000

1,098

12,329,063.31

4,841.170

30,000

120, 000

160,000

895,000

120,000

KEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

203

DURING YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 6, 1904—Continued.
MARCH 28, 1904.

Circulating notes.

Specie.

Silver
dollars.

Silver

Treasury
certificates.

Fractional
silver coin.

On h a n d .

Outstanding.

$616, 769.87 1203,062,301.27
33, 235,516. 46
332, 002. 46
16,756,322.68
23,734.18

$72,109 $16,939,075
151,622
6,642,302
51,442
3,160,123

Issued.

$38,223,000
4,257,000
12,141, 590

$864,875.00
17,855.00
179, 402.50

$37,358,125.00
4,239,145.00
11,962,187.50
53,559,457.50

Total.

275,173

26,741, 500

972, 506. 51

253,054,140. 41

54,621,590

1,062,132. 50

22, 913
20,149
12,920
196,272
348,242
42,457
10,452
16,700
80,927
32,405
34,456
48,583
63,424
63,577
110,191
47,048
40,292
32, 529
107,550
11,125
32,163
5,184
111,340
45, 276
13, 548
6,853
180,189
54,708
15,526
112,203
112,150
49,198
133,005
68,726
25,231

3,377,728
88,000
493,885
3,784,410
4,000,463
2,282,738
468,528
26,314
836,086
43,102
56,254
12,853
122,822
282,623
87,102
338,176
250,677
46,680
107,832
82, 000
65,088
29,000
94,469
32,455
5,000
34,000
1,589,462
156,271
2,100
297,793
309,783
5,933
57,637
158,909
5,500

233,352.81
30,732.70
82,727.30
390,024. 37
200,653.80
66,096.20
68,383.50
12,700.00
48,751.25
39,808.05
9,958.46
20,685.20
35,896.05
43,633. 71
104,125. 25
16,694. 75
20,771.45
31,656.75
26,494. 50
13,487.50
27,400. 85
4, 219. 80
69,470. 25
26,525. 00
5,314.75
6,843.50
67,101.40
10,998.15
12,091.00
80,007.60
28,002.86
29,894.45
236,276.45
86,717.30
61,840. 60

17,169,985.81
898,485.20
1, 524, 954. 30
21,196,599.87
12,446,647.80
4,618,018.20
1, 687,446.00
92,064.00
1,758, 601.25
949,515.05
754,123. 46
231,300.20
1,185, 232.05
2,647, 032.71
3,123, 263. 25
1,249,833.75
2,563, 720,45
1,212,615.75
2, 574,101. 50
360, 762. 50
454,750.95
238,126.30
2,193,849.46
1, 756,848. 50
376,357.75
241,149.00
5,223,007. 40
665,477.15
138,092.00
1,883,946.10
3,497,215.86
779,519. 75
7,631,033.45
3, 821, 658. 41
2,464, 681.60

7,896,450
750,000
592,000
11,532,500
10,795,000
4,193,000
1,859,000
300, 000
1, 500, 000
3, 875,000
887,400
832, 000
580,000
5,123, 500
4,214,500
1,100,000
1,235,000
1,300,000
1,842,500
225,000
469,950
275,000
980,000
1,400,000
900,000
250,000
2,241,000
505,000
260,000
1,250,000
2, 250,000
1,050,000
6,525,000
3,410,000
1,050,000

203,692. 50
17,150.00
4, 960. 00
312,917.50
179,602.50
115, 350.00
664,942.50
36, 655.00
124, 950.00
36,800.00
48,902.50
73,705.00
1,200.00
250.00
69,650.00
21,900.00

ii,252.50
50.00
48,300.00
25,800.00
11,300.00

so, ioo. 66
650.00
4,400.00
56, 900.00
46,900. 00
384,450.00
117.700.00
19,650.00

7,692, 757.50
732, 850.00
587, 040.00
11,219,582.50
10,615,397.50
4, 077,650.00
1,194,057. 50
300.000.00
1,463,345.00
3,875,000. 00
762,450.00
832,000.00
543,200.00
5,074,597. 50
4,140, 795.00
1,098,800.00
1,234,750.00
1,230,350.00
1,820,600.00
225,000.00
428,697.50
274,950.00
931, 700.00
1,374,200.00
888, 700. 00
250,000.00
2,160, 900. 00
505,000. 00
259,350.00
1,245,600.00
2,193,100.00
1,003,100.00
6,140,550.00
3,292,300.00
1,030,350.00

2,307,512

19,631,673

2, 229,337.56 j 109, 610, 016. 78

83,448,800

2,750,080.00

46,373,173

3,201,844.07

362,664,157.19

138,070,390

3,812,212.50

188,419
194,496
81,954
1,044,938
201,954
737,349

105,893.14
80,008. 00
47, 997.58
432,477. 83
68,853.56
196, 227.85

1,616,303.36
797,377.54
649,914.46
4,896,320.19
897,831.22
2,996,519.24

5,927,800
4, 633,500
4,689,500
19, 669, 850
4,656,000
10,566, 450

65,715. 00
61,960.00
72,251.00
249,260.50
28,790.00
191,081.00

5, 862,085.00
4,571,540.00
4,617,249.00
19,420,589.50
4,627,210.00
10,375,369.00

341,326

2, 449,110

931,457.96

11,854, 266.01

50,143,100

669,057.50

1.467,502
li502,003
2, 790, 967
183,374
252,641
16, 725

507,140. 69
325,269. 80
669,384. 72
40, 753. 65
83, 241.19
4,920.00

8,098,188.92
3, 905, 237. 29
13, 716, 695.14
444,937.65
1,008,295.36
94,565. 00

22,584,800
8,859,800
32,846,200
953, 000
3,090,250
250,000

330, 352.50
150,632.50
370,530.00
14,665.00
70,790.00

22, 254,447.50
8, 709,167.50
32,475,670.00
938, 335. 00
3,019, 460.00
250,000.00

1,238,764

6,213,212

1,630,710.05

27,267,919.36

68,584,050

936,970. 00

67,647,080.00

2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

49,474,042.50

366,939
88,737
724,295
32,933
24,190
1, 670

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2

134,258,177. 50

36,250
39,174
41,573
167,132
13,252
43,945

i
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80,698,720.00

2,582,685

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY;
No. 65.—SPECIE AND CIRCULATION OF NATIONAL BANKS,
MARCH 28, 1904—Continued.
Specie.
Number of
banks.

City, State, a n d T e r r i t o r y .

Gold

Gold coin.

Gold
Treasury Gold clearTreasury certificates ing-house
certificates. payable to certificates.
order.

STATES, E T C . — c o n t i n u e d .

50
51
53
54
55
56
57
58
50
60
61
62

Virginia
West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee

«

Total Southern States
63
64
65
66
67
68
6Q

70

North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Indian Territory

81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88

Washington
Oregon .
California
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
Arizona
Alaska «

RO

Hawaii ^
Porto Rico

90

10,000
10,000

6,113, 313.20

3,203,650

30,000

3,955, 431. 70
2, 502, 669.10
3,087, 527. 24
1,944,391.17
1,530,298.70
1, 359, 880.40
1,693,942. 67
599,990. 50

766,060
733,190
927,575
295,470
222,260
197,020
407,130
141,550

50,000
f00,000
30,000
370,000
120,000
75,000
5,000

16, 674,131. 48

3,690,255

1,150,000

77
61
130
144
24
17
53
21
90
100

286 137 00
378,960.00
749,193. 55
1, 253,036.94
899,530 00
251,925.00
1,306,878.00
202 027 50
284,101. 90
199,352. 00

67 535
105,610
65,780
286, 640
231,540
17, 980
336,270
30 880
174,140
80,350

717

5,811,141.89

1,396,725

34
33
52
23
10
2
11
1

2,447,309.00
855,420.00
1,941,115. 00
401,100.00
257,215.00
27 105 00
236,737. 50
37,960.00

123,360
39,460
68,480
34,000
2,880
20
47,400
3,200

166

6,203, 961. 50

318,800

2
1

...

Total island possessions

$10,000

1,468

Total Western States

Total Pacific States

$277,510
197,650
64, 310
50 760
198,010
92,160
394,080
95,090
116,380
906,620
112,660
218,730
479, 690

931

....

.

$761,699. 75
663,204.85
328,018. 50
135,488.00
236,875.50
158,303.30
345,778. 50
84,206.80
75,091.75
1,801,820.85
176,691.50
709,317.00
636,816.90

302
161
304
83
105
190
253
70

Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Iowa
Missouri
Total Middle States

71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80

74
69
42
23
49
24
50
21
27
374
18
100
60

192 940 00
10,070.00

140

40,000
10,000

50,000

3

203,010. 00

140

Total country banks

4,882

54,053,603.43

14,834,130

2,155,000

$120,000

Total United States

5,232

109,154,988. 55 148,464,700

38,360,000

85,689,500




a Statement of January 22,1904.

REPORT-OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

205

DURING YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 6, 1904—Continued.
MARCH 28, 1904—Continued.
Specie.
Silver
dollars.

Silver
Fractional
Treasury
certificates. silver coin.

Circulating notes.

Total.

Issued.

On hand.

Outstanding.

•

$155,887
80, 298
98, 379
103, 002
194,681
126, 572
219, 674
201,529
143,759
955,715
66,434
115,110
241,993

$425,723
216,379
99,147
180, 849
238, 626
83,939
269,029
35, 617
165, 776
1,015,738
195,406
153,792
489,077

$115,591. 57
77,427.24
54,404.71
74,968.91
92,405.71
39,118.70
119,702.09
35,621. 28
61,967.56
311,593. 54
27,922.63
61,838.59
80,085.52

$1,736,411.32
1,244,959.09
644,259.21
545,067.91
960,598.21
500,093.00
1,348,263.59
452,064.08
562,974.31
4,991, 487. 39
579,114.13
1,268, 787. 59
1,937,662. 42

$5,071,650
3,600,450
2,155,750
1,659,950
3,102,050
1,173,850
3,208,200
1,276,250
1,084,000
9,809,060
507,500
6, 623, 850
4,027,250

$48,140.00
18,875.00
31, 660.00
20,450.00
30,350.00
45,300.00
3, 760.00
1,870.00
13,652.50
70,775.00
8,840.00
32,162.50
8,172. 50

$5,023,510.00
3,581,575.00
2,124, 090. 00
1,639,500.00
3,071,700.00
1,128,550.00
3,204, 440.00
1,274,380.00
1,070,347.50
9,738,285.00
498,660.00
6,591,687.50
4,019,077.50

2,703,033

3,569,098

1,152, 648.05

16,771,742.25

43,299, 810

334,007.50

42,965,802.50

466,339
258, 432
415,426
168, 736
148,475
173,840
229, 600
91,503

690,657
547,471
932,388
304,485
282,196
243,843
509, 433
134,263

311,328.89
158,130.90
331,674.08
131,146.93
116,893.45
123, 496. 84
167,518. 50
52,597.39

6,239, 816. 59
4,199, 893.00
6,194, 590.32
2,874,229.10
2,670,123.15
2,218,080.24
3,082,624.17
1,024,903.89

18,409, 945
8, 343,100
14,447,100
5,891,275
4,393,510
3,970,S50
9, 362, 700
2,977, 550

224,010. 00
96,357.50
239,330.00
89,895. 00
63, 905. 00
39,310.00
113,147. 50
11,107.50

18,185,935.00
8,246, 742. 50
14, 207, 770. 00
5, 801, 380. 00
4, 329, 605. 00
3, 931, 040.00
9,249, 552.50
2,966,442.50

1,952,351

3,644,736

1,392,786.98

28, 504,260.46

66,918,467.50

58,338
50,627
118,165
200,821
52,439
17,624
97,168
39,366
122, 402
94, 901

46,382
65,669
95,652
310,667
11,502
12,185
195,801
29,274
101.923
111, 655

45,275.80
37,751.05
55,139. 71
111,964.24
58,905.95
17,311. 05
67,437.91
22,713.05
54, 580.65
53,639.04

851,851

980,710

128, 201
42,452
125,942
25,066
19, 564
2 749
24,198
4,433

110, 653
30,669
46,883
33,833
4,044

372,605

67, 795,530

877,062.50

503, 667.80
638,617. 05
1,123,930.26
2,173,129.18
1, 253, 916. 95
317,025. 05
2,003, 554. 91
324,260. 55
737,147.55
539,897.04

1,154,500
1,089,550
3,413,120
5, 605, 965
1, 056,000
482,000
1, 839, 800
764, 500
1, 386, 700
1,733,250

5,400.00
2,500.00
17,267.50
67,065. 00
78,405.00
6, 550. 00
24,100. 00
7,805. 00
12,600. 00
4,350. 00

524,718. 45

9,615,146. 34

18,525,385

226,042. 50

1,616,250
586,050
2,754,500
386,150
299,000
220 500
399,000
12,500

14,180. 00
57,815.00
77,030.00
26,550.00
3,907. 50

195

2,898,459.00
1,036,173. 80
2,295,260.98
514,938.60
302,547.10
36 029 40
331,890.26
46,015.00

10, 350. 00
5,330. 00

1, 602,070. 00
528, 235. 00
2, 677,470. 00
359,600.00
295,092. 50
220 500 00
388,650. 00
7,170. 00

242,021

323,926.64

7,461,314.14

6,273,950

195,162.50

190

14 623 55
12,982. 00

229 753 55
48,711.00

166 500
100,000

47,519

190

27,605.55

278,464. 55

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6,078,787.50

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25,659

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18,299,342.50

88,936. 00
68,172.80
112,840.98
20,939.60
18, 844.10
6 045 40
7, 920. 76
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5f
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15,634

7,507, 449 17,099,077
10, 090,134 63,472,250

5,983,853. 68 101,753,113.11
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464,417,270. 30

166 500 00
100,000.00

266,500

266,500. 00

254,888, 325 3,238,302.50
392,958,715

1,149,100.00
1,087,050.00
3,395,852.50
5,538, 900.00
977, 595. 00
475,450.00
1, 815, 700. 00
756,695.00
1,374,100.00
],728,900.00

251,650,022.50

7,050, 515. 00 385, 908, 200. 00

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
No. 65.—SPECIE AND CIRCULATION OF NATIONAL BANKS,
JUNE 9, 1904.
Specie.
City, State, and Territory.

Number of
banks.

Gold coin.

Gold
Treasury Gold clearGold
Treasury certificates ing-house
certificates, payable to certificates,
order.

CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES.

New York
Chicago
St. Louis

$5,356,457.30 $98,996,070 $18,195,000
11,561,232.50
4,910,000
7,793,480
2,357,551.20
1,755,000
9,632,910
19,275,241.00 116,422,460 24,860,000

Total, central reserve cities

9,325,000

69, 325,000

OTHER RESERVE CITIES.

Boston
Albany
Brooklyn
Philadelphia
Pittsburg
Baltimore
Washington
Savannah
New Orleans
Louisville
Dallas
Fort Worth
Houston
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Indianapolis
Detroit
Milwaukee
Cedar Rapids
Des Moines
Dubuque
Minneapolis
St. Paul
Kansas City, Kans.
Wichita
Kansas City, Mo . . .
St. Joseph
Lincoln
Omaha
Denver
Salt Lake City
San Francisco
Los Angeles
Portland, Oreg
Total, other reserve cities
Total, all reserve cities

1,229, 720.50
287, 545.50
368,914.50
1,757, 344.50
3,464. 956.00
487,930.50
98,813. 50
14, 400.00
62, 992.00
763,425.00
306,005.00
160,302.00
297,467.00
698,654.50
1,403, 345.00
604,960.00
799,450.00
1,072,966.00
1,544, 775.00
145,505.00
270,215.08
180,300. 00
940,085.00
1,845, 092. 45
340, 670.00
100, 820.00
980, 635.00
457, 177.50
93, 785.00
1,262,522.50
2,954,385.00
624, 654.70
5,068, 905.00
3,385, 270.00
2,305,345.00

9,122,580
457,000
830,050
1,952,920
4,683,170
1,101,270
1,176,770
21,000
496,730
179,200
263,550
37,440
586,400
1,006,800
1,010, 000
• 452,520
1,619,900
196,990
855,000
93,000
10,000
10,000
245,820
50,700
48,000
77,000
1, 729,900
46,530
2,750
150,000
373,000
23,430
164,650
210,120

I 287

36,379,333.73

|

55,654,574.73 145,706,650

348

29,284,190

2,155,000
150,000

'6,'59O"666"
550,000
40,000

8,460,000

""""85," 666"
(>80,000

10,000

"926,'666"
750,000

""io,"666'
70,000
150,000
500, 000
300,000
20, 000

585,000

210,000
358,000

9,885,000 12,708,000
34,745,000 I 82,033,000

STATES, ETC.

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut
Total, New England States
New York ...*
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia .
Total, Eastern States




84
56
50
195
34

1,160,442.23
432,838.74
420,893.06
2,815,285.34
369,515.18
1,530,800.54

143,210
69,260
62.830
497,980
213,320
533, 200

30,000

499

729,775.09

1, 519,800

30,000

315
133
566
24
70
1

3,445, 334.90
1,222,524.09
7,254,786.95
122,989.00
441,192.17
35,570.00

1,578,550
956,380
2,355,250
23, 920
167, 710
40,360

735,000

*i65,"666"

1,109 12,522,397.11

5,122,170

900,000

245,000

245,000

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

207

DURING YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 6," 1904—Continued.
JUNE 9, 1904.

Circulating notes.

Specie.
Silver
dollars.

Silver
Treasury
certificates.

Fractional
silver coin.

Total.

Issued.

On hand.

Outstanding.

$62,539 $21,062,056
180,775 9,676,144
110, 025 4,157,308

$644,520.02 $213,641,642.32
280,852.35 34,402,483.85
40,321.66
18,053,115.86

353,339

34,805,508

965,694.03 266,097,242.03

58,233,940

3,153,857.50

55,080,082.50

23,266
21,973
16,378
198, 778
309,895
47, 716
13,711
13,500
55,040
54, 314
34, 990
44,811
89, 213
106,417
132,125
59,898
76,583
33,381
103,515
13,543
37,863
7,152
45,801
104,470
19,604
10,844
150,414
57,609
23,738
123,105
96,585
46,660
138,307
68,145
7,580

4,073,003
123,000
755, 901
4,462, 935
3, 963,-412
2, 076, 037
570,520
27,732
700,536
96,462
54,441
24, 620
129,967
732,736
190,350
319,435
223,940
39,900
111,163
55,547
121,312
24,000
42,015
98,964
3,000
45,040
2, 570,038
171,629
4, 300
389,064
303, 302
7,708
109,723
115,154
7,196

200,313. 90
23,256.10
78,189.80
390,278.34
166, 524.20
75, 881. 55
69,093.95
9,800.00
36,363.05
42,372.10
13,734.10
14,093.00
29, 881. 80
51,523. 77
97, 550.00
28,783.65
32,141.50
32,344.00
48,517.00
10,337.00
26,919.05
5,788.30
33,409.10
52,809.85
5,187.80
6,185.55
64, 663. 45
10,312.40
15, 276.65
74,122. 20
29,311.65
41,146.30
178,227.85
86,189.85
53,731.85

7,419,180
750,000
592, 000
12,462,500
11,025,000
4,492,040
2,169,000
300,000
1, 500, 000
3, 990, 000
947,500
1,132,000
590,000
5,328,500
4,669,500
1,150,000
2,050.000
1,350; 000
1,842,500
225,000
470,000
305,000
1,475, 000
1,074,000
900,000
250,000
2,330,000
505,000
301,250
1,310,000
2, 250,000
1,050,000
6,985,000
3, 430,000
1,050,000

183,202. 50
27,000.00
7, 650.00
477,617.50
189,202.50
261,975.00
99,247.50
4,650.00
41,305.00

7,235,977.50
723,000.00
584,350.00
11,984,882.50
10,835, 797. 50
4,230, 065.00
2,069, 752. 50
295,350.00
1,458, 695. 00
3,990, 000.00
947, 500.00
1,132,000.00
547, 510.00
5,270,047.50
4,511,895.00
1,150,000.00
2,047,500.00
1,266,150.00
1, 802,397. 50
225,000.00
429,397.50
304,550.00
1,429,250.00
1,025,700.00
900,000.00
250,000.00
2,184,400.00
505,000.00
270,000.00
1,305,000.00
2,245, 500.00
1,027,500.00
6,969, 250. 00
3,396,850.00
1,044,150.00

2,386,924

22,744,082

2,134, 260. 66 115,521,790.39

2,740,263

57,639,590

3,099,954.69

381,619,032.42

36,426
48,628
53, 415
183,088
11,004
43,154

179,058
221,228
105,004
1,232,063
229,917
944,864

98,483.15
82,807.33
51,042.22
446,158.09
59,108.73
194,351.09

1,617,619.38
854,762.07
693,184.28
5,174, 574.43
882,864.91
3,276,369. 63

5,972,850
4,703,500
4, 689,500
20,136,000
4,806,000
10,520,950

87,475. 00
82,422. 50
78,051. 00
308,055.50
67,820.00
253,211.00

5, 885,375.00
4, 621,077.50
4,611,449.00
19,827,944.50
4, 738,180.00
10,267, 739.00

16, 803,883. 40
1,062, 774. 60
2,049,433.30
23,812,255.84
12,587,957.20
4,423,835.05
1, 968,908.45
86,432. 00
2,031,661.05
1,135,773.10
682, 720.10
281,266.00
1,132,928.80
3,516,131.27
3,583,370.00
1,465,596.65
2,752,014.50
1,385,581.00
2,662,970.00
387,932.00
616,309.13
227,240.30
1,807,130.10
2,452,036. 30
416,461.80
259,889.55
5, 495, 650.45
743,257.90
139,849. 65
1, 998,813. 70
3, 756, 583.65
743,599.00
6,454,812.85
4,222,878. 85
2,373,852.85

$40,939,000 $2,815,302. 50 $38,123,697.50
67,505. 00
4,229, 495.00
4,297,000
12,997, 940
271,050.00 12,726,890.00

42,490.00
58,452.50
157,605.00
2,5C0.00
83,850. 00
40,102.50
40,602. 50
450.00
45,750.00
48,300.00
145,600.00
31,250.00
5,000.00
4,500.00
22,500. 00
15,750.00
33,150.00
5,850.00

87, 669,970 2,075,552. 50

85,594,417.50

145, 903, 910 5, 229,410.00

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

140,674,500.00

375,715

2,912,134

931,950. 61

12,499,374. 70

50, 828,800

877,035.00

49, 951, 765.00

411,429
144,659
837,773
32,883
30,990
690

1,842,291
1,731,457
2,990,430
191,452
320,003
18,940

537,682.73
357, 347. 83
793,525.76
40.991.04
74, 382.50
1,775.00

8,795,287.63
4,412, 367.92
14,396,765.71
412, 235. 04
1,034,277.67
97,335.00

23,048,300
8,997,000
33,637,280
975,500
3,166, 860
250,000

439, 727. 50
176, 742.50
458,435.00
23,085.00
98,060.00
3,500. 00

22,608,572.50
8,820,257. 50
33,178,845.00
952,415. 00
3,068,800.00
246,500.00

1,458,424

7,094,573

1,805,704.86

29,148,208.97

70,074,940

3
4
4
4
4
4




1,199,550.00 | 68,875,390.00

4
4
4
4
4
5

208

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
No. 65.—SPECIE AND CIRCULATION OF NATIONAL BANKS,,
JUNE 9, 1904—Continued.
Specie.
Number of
banks.

City, State, a n d Territory.

Gold coin.

Gold
Gold
Treasury
Gold clearTreasury certificates ing-house
certificates. payable to certificates.
order.

STATES, ETC.—continued.
Virginia.
West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana .
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky .
Tennessee

. . .

5

2

54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62

$742,140.50
704,899. 70
335, 787. 00
124,587.00
286,045. 00
149, 659.85
382, 669. 00
95,002.50
87,182. 00
1,860,514.85
237,473.00
765,558. 00
671,330.90

$255,780
211,740
83,100
19,720
224,780
88,180
373,680
115,010
84,630
831,040
74,440
219,080
470,370

963

6,442,849.30

3,051,550

130,000

305
165
307
83
107
202
254
74

4,240,183. 40
2,710, 625. 80
3,229,390. 67
2,016, 367.17
1,646,843.20
1, 479,535.15
1,794, 636.14
553,436. 00

737, 890
769,060
973,450
362,810
231, 050
218,400
401, 500
143,750

415, 000
30,000
360,000
120,000
65,000
5,000

Total, Middle Western States.. 1, 497

50
53

1,025,000

78
72
43
23
49
25
52
23
29
385
19
105
60

Total, Southern States
64
66
67
68
69
70

Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
.
Michigan
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Iowa
Missouri

79
80

81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88

Washington
Oregon
California
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
Arizona
Alaska a

89
90

Hawaii a
Porto Rico

. .

Total, island possessions

. .

5,854,490.12

1,582,880

2,364,689.00
830,302.50
2,039,770.40
393,275.50
270,885.00
55,090.00
261,408.00
37,550.00
6,252,970. 40
158,335. 00
10,000.00

10,000
10,000

30, 000

333,640

2
1

100,000

137,890
39,940
83,010
21,780
3,360
40
44,280
3,340

173

Total, Pacific States

52,860
107,170
68,810
291,840
370,290
20,900
344,070
34,060
197,680
95,200

34
35
56
24
10
2
11

.

3,873, 910

294,550.50
386,070.00
827, 629. 55
1,302, 833. 77
890, 375. 00
302, 062. 50
1,163, 965.00
178 175.00
309,967. 30
198,861. 50

739

Total, Western States

17,671,017. 53

80
62
131
149
26
18
54
22
92
105

North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
W'yoming'
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Indian Territory

71
1°
73
74
75
76
77

$10,000

520

40 000
10,000

50,000

3

168, 335. 00

520

Total, country banks

4,983

55,641,834.55

15,448,470

2,135,000

$245,000

Total, United States

5,331

111,296,409.28 161,155,120

36,880,000

82,278,000




a S t a t e m e n t of M a r c h 28,1904.

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

209

DURING YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 6., 1904—Continued.
J U N E 9, 3904—Continued.

Circulating notes.

Specie.

Silver
dollars.

Silver
Treasury Fractional
certificates. silver coin.

Total.

Outstanding.

Issued.

On h a n d .

$121,645.00
60,465.00
12,110.00
31,250.00
46,250.00
19,200.00
25,805.00
67,970.00
9, 562. 50
120,435.00
50,480.00
104,472.50
26,770.00

$5,172,505.00
3,861,985. 00
2,214,890.00
1,856,200.00
3,174, 300.00
1,351,500.00
3,366,045.00
1,398,280.00
1,086,937. 50
10,438, 000.00
524,520.00
6,779,127.50
4,178, 980.00

$187,764
90,943
117,366
96, 564
222,281
151,498
276,113
176,313
165,694
850,913
57,194
146,942
351, 380

$467,312
348,370
113,895
195,163
245,746
64,932
272,097
36,605
86,303
742,243
124, 998
165,537
564, 901

$140, 882.11
84,477.69
74,861. 62
69,288. 65
110, 701.95
65,071.85
124, 088.59
41,594.02
55,781.12
317,720.68
37,980.48
78,875.07
113,284.81

$1,793,878.61
1,450, 430. 39
725,009.62
505,322. 65
1,089,553. 95
519,341.70
1,428, 647. 59
464,524. 52
479,590.12
4,702,431.53
532, 085. 48
1,385, 992.07
2,181,266. 71

$5,294,150
3,922,450
2,227,000
1,887,450
3,220, 550
1,370,700
3,391,850
1,466, 250
1, 096,500
10,558,435
5.75, 000
6,883,600
4,205, 750

2,890,965

3,428,102

1, 314, 608. 64

17,258, 074.94

46,099,685

696,415.00

45,403,270.00

602, 752
346,061
482,028
223,112
191,224
203,370
286,605
101,217

742,214
544,716
945,480
378,553
314,600
263,193
484,146
128,659

343,654.17
196,808.45
359,035. 35
160,921.63
131,022.50
128,541.00
166,313.06
59,344.07

6, 696,693.57
4, 567,271.25
6,404, 384.02
3,171, 763. 80
2,874, 739. 70
2, 413,039.15
3,198,200.20
991,406.07

18, 627,145
8,620, 350
14,711,720
6,123,775
4, 487, 660
4,234, 500
9,663,700 2,991, 550

223,200.00
83,557.50
119,615.00
46,395. 00
39,772.50
62,075.00
59,540.00
8,807.50

18,403,945.00
8, 536, 792.50
14,592,105.00
6,077,380.00
4,447,887.50
4,172, 425.00
9,604,160.00
2, 982,742.50

2,436,369

3,801,561

1,545,640. 23

69,460,400

642, 962.50

68,817, 437.50

52,085
61,836
130,299
224,800
48,956
25, 670
118,338
41,266
131,138
106,481

57,419
68, 380
127,334
309,396
18,372
9,510
232,486
33,667
132,936
137,882

50,947.36
35,450.45
61,414.64
126,000.32
57,422.40
21,272.73
61,821.37
26,527.96
58, 776. 06
57,449.88

507, 861.86
658, 906.45
1,255,487.19
2,264,870.09
1,385,415.40
379,415.23
1,920,68*0.37
313,695.96
830,497. 36
595,874.38

1,193,000
1,149,300
3,561,270
5,780,550
1,066,000
500, 750
2,049,250
789,500
1,455,700
1,877,000

2,350. 00
600. 00
18,165. 00
37,480.00
87,102.50
10,700.00
14,510. 00
2,455.00
900.00
12,280.00

1,190,650.00
1,148,700.00
3,543,105.00
5,743,070.00
978,897.50
490,050.00
2,034. 740.00
787,045.00
1,454,800.00
1,864, 720.00

940,869

1,127, 382

557,083.17

10,112,704.29

19,422,320

186,542. 50

19,235, 777.50

88, 898
34,336
138,526
18,027
14,722
2,967
20,270
5,090

127,659
26,503
42,086
24,380
8,621
29
18,837
65

73,020. 25
64,167.32
123,171.00
18,822.60
9,972.15
6,032.95
13,334.60
1,525.10

2,792,156. 25
995,248.82
2,426,563.40
476,285.10
307, 560.15
64,158.95
358,129.60
47,570.10

1,666,250
602, 300
2,864,450
392, 650
299,000
220, 500
401,400
12, 500

12,880.00
47,365.00
64,065.00
22,145.00
7.50
20. 00
9,650.00
6,170.00

1,653,370.00
554,935.00
2,800,385.00
370,505.00
298,992.50
220,480.00
391,750.00
6,330.00

322,836

248,180

310,045. 97

7,467,672.37

6,459, 050

162,302.50

6,296,747.50

24,193
20,000

266

18,205.80
10,000.00

201,519.80
40,000.00

266,500
100,000

37,550.00

228,950.00
100,000.00

30,317,497.76

44,193

266

28,205.80

241,519.80

366,500

37, 550.00

328,950.00

8,469,371

18,612,198

6,493,239.28

107,045,112.83

262,711,695

3,802,357.50

258,909,337.50

11,209,634

76,251,788

9, 593,193. 97

488,664,145.25

408,615,605

9,031,767.50

399,583,837.50

CUR

1904,

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51
52
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54
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57

5F
59
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61
62

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64
65
66
67
68
69
70

71
72
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EEPOET OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
No. 65.—SPECIE AND CIRCULATION OP NATIONAL BANKS,
SEPTEMBER 6, 1904.
Specie.
Number of
banks.

City, State, and Territory.

Gold coin.

Gold
Gold
Treasury Gold clearTreasury certificates ing-house
certificates. payable to certificates.
order.

CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES.

New York
Chicago
St. Louis

$4,941,183.00 $113,320,930 $33,495,000 $68,290,000
10,233,534.50
9,828,060 3,470,000
8,269,250 1,320,000
2,645,517.50

Total, central reserve cities.

62

17,820,235.00

131,418,240 38,285,000

68,290,000

OTHER RESERVE CITIES.

Boston
Albany
Brooklyn
Philadelphia
Pittsburg
Baltimore
Washington
Savannah
New Orleans
Louisville
Dallas
Fort Worth
Houston
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Indianapolis
Detroit
Milwaukee
Cedar Rapids
Des Moines
Dubuque
Minneapolis
St. Paul
Kansas City, Kans
Wichita
Kansas City, Mo
St. Joseph
Lincoln
Omaha
Denver
Salt Lake City
San Francisco
Los Angeles
Portland, Oreg

1,264,233.50
292,514.50
407,556.50
1, 452,569.00
3,795,525.00
551,869.50
86,440.50
15,200.00
70,284.50
781,620.00
169,487.50
123,600.50
330,789.50
481,164.00
1,439,807.50
665,087.50
816, 396.00
1,172,010.00
1,702,365.00
147,745.00
178,126.00
168,785.00
846,497.50
1,612,353.20
434,660.00
118,650.00
642, 735.00
372,747.50
128,970.00
1,245,257.00
2,664,600.00
652,251.73
6,062,107.50
3,047,285.00
1,812,295.00

:

7,306,450
460,000
833,150
1,679,890
4,900,420
1,352,340
1,573,500
10,000
350,630
128,400
246,740
44,000
480,990
2,162,000
1,120,000
482,750
1,578,000
121,990
915,000
89,000
2,000
5,000
93,160
45,550
43,000
68,500
1,225,120
36,210
3,300
180,020
358,940
68,890
\ 10
1
184,990

2,255,000
150,000

io'iio'ooo'
280,000
40,000

7,375,000
150,000
660,000
585,000

790,000
740,000

"I35,"666
70,000
130,000
650,000
300,000
20,000

10,000
810,000

220,000
365, 000

Total, other reserve cities

285

35,753,585.93

28,154,040

13,390,000

12,485,000

Total, all reserve cities

847

53,573,820.93 159,572,280

51,675,000

80,775,000

STATES, ETC.

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut
Total, New England States
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia
Total, Eastern States




84
56
49
193
28
80

1,157,735.06
447,753.73
419,535.65
2,780,576.65
375,915.34
1,532,691.44

196,860
72,270
61,600
444,860
219,100
549,110

20,000

490

6,714,207.87

1,543,800

20,000

317
135
576
24
70
1

3,555, 467.80
1,196, 401.07
7,434,389.58
120,819.00
437,349.67
35, 862.50

1,666,590
956,540
2,301,060
29,440
181,460
110,350

1,123

12,780,289.62 j 5,245,440

705,000

180,000

"160*666
865,000

180,000

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

211

DURING YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 6, 1904—Continued.

SEPTEMBER 6, 1904.
Circulating notes.

Specie.
Silver
dollars.

Silver
Fractional
Treasury
certificates. silver coin.

Total.

$701,344.99 $241,238,116.99
32,137,392.35
239,227.85
16,059,088.70
36,560.20

$69,260 $20,420,399
8,244,006
122,564
3,644,204
143,557

977,133.04

289,434,598.04

Issued.

On h a n d .

Outstanding.

$41,429,000 $2,124,622.50
4,297,000
140,605.00
13,024,440
149,102.50

$39,304,377.50
4,156,395.00
12,875,337.50

58, 750,440

2,414,330.00

56,336,110.00

8,113,950
750,000
592,000
12,462,500
11,025,000
4,650,000
2,170, 000
300,000
1,500,000
3,990,000
947,500
1,182,000
590,000
5,338,800
4,435,000
1,150,000
2,050,000
1,350,000
1, 952,500
225, 000
480,000
305,000
1,625,000
1,114,000
900,000
25), 000
2,33), 000
505,000
345,000
1,460,000
2,250,000
1,050,000
7,215,000
3,600,000
1,050,000

161,077.50
11,800.00
6,200.00
597,512.50
2,752.50
125,500.00
10,332.50
2, 700.00
55,305.00

335,381

32,308,609

21,926
16,288
16,154
227,747
304,349
41,302
9,609
5,500
63,135
38, 636
53,733
32,926
43, 451
73,006
93,953
39,072
52,028
52,751
92,165
12,837
19,011
4,227
73,120
124,622
12,068
8,259
112,670
28,638
20, 577
131,360
76,860
27,559
55, 928
67,704
5,464

3,196,948
125,000
645,928
3,499,150
3,692,974
1,679,030
684,652
19,968
606,305
57,554
145, 932
3,500
289,899
533,896
213,000
260,055
206,989
22,550
96,250
68,100
90,444
13,000
78,755
185,552
2,200
30,000
1,014,559
169,132
1,800
321, 799
323,957
8,785
37,085
83,134
10,367

2,058,635

18,418,249

2,087,547. 00

112,347,056.93

89,203,250

1,474,310.00

87,728,940.00

2,394,016

50,726,858

3,064,680.04

401,781,654.97

147,953,690

3,888,640.00

144,065,050.00

42,481
50,093
47,380
192,847
8,263

54,751

208,050
211,925
100,311
1,102,050
240,952
711,363

88,824.80
77,475.19
50,989. 99
416, 726. 27
73,140. 37
191,876. 31

1,693,950.86
859,516.92
679,816.64
4,937,059.92
917,370.71
3,059,791.75

5,961,850
4, 723,500
4,579,500
19,954,700
4,422, 500
10,961,450

83,880.00
76,392.50
84,383.50
168,583.00
28,235.00
151,003. 50

395,815

2,574,651

899,032.93

12,147,506.80

50,603, 500

592,477.50

50,011,022.50

403,116
109,950
696,197
21,971
31,303
2,300

1,606,576
1,601,708
2,915, 665
127,284
343,847
9,715

517,854.51
341,386. 59
732,666.68
42,933. 60
70,547.68
2,675.00

8,634,604.31
4,205, 985. 66
14,239,978.26
342,447.60
1,064,507.35
160,902.50

23,216,290
9,181,250
34,578,400
1,000,500
3,286,500
250,000

224,872.50
112,947.50
186,899. 50
9,615.00
48,790.00

22,991, 417.50
9,068,302.50
34,391,500.50
990,885. 00
3,237,710.00
250,000.00

1,264,837

6,604,795

1,708,064.06

28,648,425. 68

71,512,940

583,124. 50

70,929,815.50

1
2
3

14,222,868.21
178,310.71
1,070,124.10
26,321.60
1, 976, 679.91
73,891.41
24,813,879.46
439,523.46
13,025,813.30
182, 545.30
4.617, 947.65
53,406.15
2,460,131.49
65,929.99
58, 971.00
8, 303.00
1, 705,475.20
30,120. 70
1,035,690.75
29,480.75
627,833.21
11,940.71
227,436.70
23,410.20
1,180,074.90
34,945.40
54,085.39 . 4,094,151.39
3,698,912.00
92,151. 50
1,478,370.50
31,406.00
2,675,720.80
22,307.80
1,535,562.50
31,261.50
2,842,640. 00
36,860.00
895,183.00
7,501.00
433,197.65
13, 616. 65
198,052.10
7,040.10
1,776,536.95
35,004.45
2,290,183.35
22,106.15
497,262. 60
5,334. 60
252,474.50
7,065.50
3,041,560.85
46,476.85
631,860.50
25,133.00
170, 901. 70
16,254.70
1,955,136.50
76,700.50
3,447,604.55
23,247.55
809,140.98
41,655.25
7,422,471.15
233,240. 65
3,834,818.23
86,705. 23
1,842,389.25
14,263.25




26,900.00
27,500.00
50,555.00
72, 900.00
58,052.50
2.50
48,650.00
22,150.00
85,650.00
1,700.00
10,400.00
47,650.00
20,000.00
29,020.00

7,952,872.50
738,200.00
585,800.00
11,864,987.50
11,022,247.50
4,524,500.00
2,159,667.50
297, 300.00
1,444, 695. 00
3,990,000.00
947,500.00
1,132, 000. 00
563,100.00
5,311,300.00
4,384,445.00
1,150,000.00
2,050,000.00
1,277,100.00
1,894,447.50
225,000.00
479.997.50
305,000.00
1,625,000.00
1,065,350.00
877,850.00
250,000.00
2, 244,350.00
505,000.00
343,300.00
1,449,600. 00
2,202,350.00
1,030,000.00
7,185,980.00
3, 600,000. 00
1,050,000.00

5,877, 970.00
4,647,107.50
4,495,116.50
19, 786,117. 00
4,394,265.00
10,810,446.50

4
6
7
g
1C
11
12
IS
14
IE
U
11
18
IS
2C
23
22
22
24
21
2i
21
2$
2c
3C
31
32
3S
34
3£
3C
SI
38

3<]
4C
41
42
43
44

4E
At
4Tt
4S
4S
5C

212

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
No. 65.—SPECIE AND CIRCULATION OF NATIONAL BANKS,

SEPTEMBER 6, 1904—Continued.
Specie.
Number of
banks.

City, State, and Territory.

Gold

Gold coin.

Treasury Gold clearGold
Treasury certificates ing-house
certificates. payable to certificates.
order.

STATES, ETC.—continued.
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63

Virginia....
West Virginia . . .
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee

64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71

Ohio..
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Iowa
Missouri

72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81

North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
....
Wvominsr
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Indian Territory
Total, Western States

82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89

Washington
Oregon
California
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
Arizona
Alaska«..

. .
.
..

.

Total, Pacific States
90
91

Hawaii«
Porto Rico
Total, island possessions

6,289,821.53

3,101,790

20,000

4,013,233.77
2,514,655.40
3,294,120. 92
2,004, 071.29
1,689,151.20
1,484,515.35
1,695,225.13
556,199.50

860, 640
759, 350
930,390
321,040
234,730
229,790
369,630
125,040

50,000
405,000
20,000
340,000
120,000
85,000
5,000

1,515

17,251,172.56

3,830,610

1,025,000

83
04
136
155
27
19
55
21
95
107

305,826. 92
444 682 00
822,941.05
1,247,069.12
934,225.00
282,975.00
1,093, 566.50
210,772.50
310,207. 90
214,066.00

62,200
105 720
68^ 090
287,210
255,540
21,440
387,550
26,360
150,890
99,890

762

5,866,331.99

1,464,890

35
36
59
23
11
2
12
1

2.121,942.00
'888,017. 50
1,857,405.80
352,901.50
271,645.00
37,135.00
227,820.00
39,200.00

129, 370
37,050
84,410
18,800
3,660
170
44,220
320

179

5,796,066.80

318,000

i

Total, Middle States

8324,710
211,980
82,460
33,700
145,490
59,040
345,500
99,120
112,770
971,930
73,550
235,860
405,680

306
168
311
83
108
204
259
76

Total, Southern States

8672,842.45
• 698,624.70
329,855.00
116,286.50
264,338.90
162,784. 78
376,259.00
102,056. 40
81,975.50
1,817,807.80
167,874. 00
785,490.00
713, 626.50

993

...

80
76
44
23
52
26
52
24
29
395
23
107
62

152,700.00
15,450.00

210

$14,000
$10, 000

1

10,000
14,000

40,000
10,000

50,000

3

168,150.00

210

Total, country banks

5,065

54,866,040.37

15,504,740

1,980,000

194,000

Total, United States

5,412

108,439,861. 30 175,077,020

53,655,000

80,969,000




a Statement of June 9, 1904.

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

213

DURING YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 6, 1904—Continued.
SEPTEMBER 6, 1904—Continued.
Specie.

Silver
dollars.

Silver
Treasury Fractional
certificates. silver coin.

Circulating notes.

Total.

Issued,

On h a n d .

Outstanding.

$161,639
87,396
89,459
111,115
160,874
124,384
291,193
125,918
130,553
912, 983
72,265
114,791
214,030

$381,606
299,836
106,658
104,777
242,221
96,619
236,075
39,581
71,704
758,177
124,045
164,542
400,953

$130,619.67
79,594.36
58,014.00
53,248.15
76,490.18
59,251. 45
117,702.96
44,691.20
50,562.32
330,726.39
47,648. 60
65,498.57
79,201.58

$1,685,417.12
1,387,431.06
666,446.00
419,126.65
889,414. 08
502,079. 23
1,366,729.96
411,366.60
447,564. 82
4,791,624.19
485,382.60
1,376,181.57
1,813,491.08

$5,868,400
4,226, 700
2,477,000
1,887,450
3,275,550
1,410,250
3,625,750
1,586,250
1,096,500
10,994,700
598,750
7,098,350
4,448,300

$103,830. 00
35,670.00
14,360.00
17,750.00
3,450.00
13,595.00
14,325.00
15,280.00
9,012.50
69,490.00
5,740.00
56,912.50
79,820.00

$5,764,570.00
4,191,030.00
2,462,640.00
1,869,700.00
3,272,100.00
1,396,655.00
3, 611,425.00
1,570,970.00
1,087,487.50
10, 925,210. 00
593,010.00
7,041,437. 50
4,368,480.00

2,596,600

3,026,794

1,193,249.43

16,242,254.96

48,593,950

439,235.00

48,154,715.00

468,476
260,935
417,189
163,908
172,432
184,812
233,431
94,072

784,023
497,972
784,743
321,544
237,758
260,014
350, 584
150,427

301,938.68
192,373.06
305,833.40
151,595.17
146,428.40
129,532.50
152,500.23
60,161.41

6,478,311.45
4, 225, 285.46
6,137, 276. 32
2,982,158. 46
2,820,499.60
2,408,663. 85
2,886,370.36
990,899.91

19,468,490
8,823,100
14,930,370
5,973,800
4,493, 910
4,409,500
9,932,200
3,067,800

138, 617.50
70,957. 50
39,912.50
31,970.00
30,325. 00
50,820.00
35,695.00
6,350.00

19,329,872.50
8,752,142. 50
14,890,457.50
5,941,830.00
4,463,585.00
4,358,680.00
9,896,505.00
3,061,450.00

1,995,255

3,387,065

1,440,362.85

28,929,465. 41

71,099,170

404,647.50

70,694,522.50

69,283
82,304
132, 358
213,410
50,199
27,955
101,897
42,559
97, 590
103, 572

61,070
73,769
114,727
294,844
22,211
12,498
210,203
27,242
110,446
95, 076

53,573.55
43,269. 38
63, 868. 46
116,131. 35
51,922.86
25,944. 93
63,780.52
23,880.85
52,560.61
61,356.75

551,953.47
749,744.38
1,241,984.51
2,168,664.47
1,314, 097. 86
370,812. 93
1,856,997.02
330,814.35
721,694.51
573,960.75

1,215,750
1,188,050
3,668,320
6,170,240
1,147,250
515, 250
2,171,750
864,500
1,605,450
1,971,100

14,450. 00
1,200.00
8,765.00
32,330.00
116,982.50
3,550.00
13, 810.00
7,755. 00
10,950. 00
40,200.00

1,201,300.00
1,186,850.00
3,659,555. 00
6,137, 910.00
1,030,267.50
511,700.00
2,157,940.00
856,745.00
1,594,500.00
1,930,900.00

921,127

1,022,086

556,289. 26

9,880,724.25

20,517,660

249,992. 50

20,267,667. 50

73,323
82,113
118,549
20, 086
16,710
1,172
31,449
6,309

103,291
17,872
26,136
24,780
4,802
62
10,923
230

74, 739.48
75,274.67
111,869. 05
23,831.71
9,057.00
4, 507.05
19, 936. 20
340.05

2,502, 665. 48
1,050,327.17
2,198, 369.85
440,399.21
305,874.00
43,046.05
334,348.20
46,399.05

1,666,250
671, 050
3,076, 950
390,150
399,000
220,500
436,500
12,500

9,370.00
56,475.00
10, 905.00
11,590.00
7,007.50
50.00
10,700.00
3,700.00

1,656,880.00
614,575.00
3,066,045.00
378,560.00
391,992.50
220,450. 00
425,800. 00
8,800.00

299,711

188,096

319,555.21

6,921,429.01

6,872,900

109, 797.50

6,763,102.50

8,964
4,657

1,386
763

10,344.45
3,000. 00

173,604.45
23,870.00

266,500
100,000

21,300.00

245,200. 00
100,000.00

13,621

2,149

13,344.45

197,474.45

366,500

21,300.00

345,200.00

7,486,966

16,805,636

6,129,898.19

102,967,280.56

269,566, 620 •2,400,574.50

267,166,045. 50

9,880,982

67,532,494

9,194,578.23

504,748,935.53

417,520,310

411,231,095. 50




6, 289,214. 50

51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
6C
61
62
63

64
65
67
68
69
70

71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79

HO
81

82
83
84
85

m

87
88
89

90

91

214

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE

No.

66.—GOLD,

SILVER,

COIN

Date.

January 20 . . .
April 14
June 22
October 1
December 28
March 15 . . . .
May 1
June 29
October 1 . . . .
December 6 .
January 1
April 4
June 14
October 2
December 12 .

1877.

March 11
May 19
July 1
October 3
December 30 .
March 13
Mayl
J u n e 22
October 2
December 31 .
March 7
April 24
J u n e 20
September 30.
December 20 .
March 10
May 6
July 1
October 1
December 24 .
March 1
June 3
August 27 . . . .
October 7
December 28 .
March 4
May 13
August 1
Octobers
December 7 .

LEGAL

TENDERS, AND CURRENCY
J A N U A R Y 20, 1877,

Gold coin.

Gold
Treasury
certificates.

Gold clearing-house
certificates.

1879.

1881.

1882.

1883.

1884.

1885.

1886.

1887.

$7,442,340
6,475,354
5,306,263
4,869,656
5,506,556

$39, 111,780
16,999,580
12,179,520
14,088,460
23,100,920

9, 213,351
8,507,059
8,191,952
9,086,518
12,070,092

40,398,170
32,657,480
16,021,460
16,209,460
16,246,360

18,833,580
20,559,395
21, 530,846
23,629,718
60,104,792

16,205, 620
14,060,240
13,975,600
13,557,520
13,332,860

37,756,021
39, 599,469
43,622,510
47,508,472
56,131,943

1878.

February 2 1 .
April 23
J u n e 11
October 1
December 31.
March 11
May 6
J u n e 30
October 1
December 31 .

CERTIFICATES,

CURRENCY.

8,238, 600
7,380,000
8,439,560
7,175,560
7,557,200

$38,090,000
33,538,000
41,087,000
48,167,000
36,053,000

53,916,465
65,002,542
60,043,276
58,910,369
62,783,387

5,523,400
5,351,300
5,137,500
5,221,800
4,621,500

38,461,000
44,194,000
56,030,000
43,090,000
38, 332,000

59,485,006
59,885,129
58,371,599
55,003,663
47,091,033

4,609,700
4,505,100
4,440, 400
4,594,300
22,651,770

37,987,000
39,581,000
41,132,000
34,986,000
28,235,000

46,543,644
47,584,784
44,863,816
45,807,457
46,404,061

15,340,440
21,013,490
32, 791,590
27,012,600
28,555,260

27,239,000
25,487,000
27,369,000
24,750,000
27,043,000

51,091,689
51,064,871
50,145,738
50,876, 067
53,939,911

27, 660,450
26,486,120
26,637,110
47,217,340
50,559,910

30,837,000
25,317,000
20,900,000
19,092,000
22,231,000

58,796,463
62,392,112
66,559,947
65,196,781
70,107,747

70,250,860
77,412,160
74,816,920
72,986,340
59,611,840

24,364,000
24,149,000
24,199,000
a 25,294,000
26,634,000

74,262,790
77,663,587
71,249,234
71,682,807
72,855,405

62,377,500
41,446,430
41,339,220
48,426,920
55,259, 260

25,115,000
26,867,000
25,706,000
24,520,000
24,926,000

I 73,503,962
1 73,864,674
74,093, 439
73,782,489
73,677,377

59,245,100
56,387.010
54,274;940
53,961,690
44,341,120

24,590,000
21,489,000
24,044,000
23,981,000
25,485,000

a Includes $1,820,000 clearing-house coin certificates.



REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
CERTIFICATES HELD BY NATIONAL
TO SEPTEMBER 6, 1904.

Silver coin.

BANKS AT

DATE OF

215

EACH REPORT FROM

United States
certificates of
Silver
Fractional
Treasury silver coin. Total specie. Legal-tender deposit for Total lawful No.
notes.
monev.
certificates.
legal-tender
notes.

$3,155,147
3,597,979
3,850,213
3, 700,704
4,300,274

849,709,267
27,072,913
21,335,996
22,658,820
32,907,750

$72,689,710
72,351,573
78,004,386
66,920,684
70,568,248

5,118,037
4,859,217
5,038,057
5,387,728
5,889,228

$4, 900
149,570

54,729,558
46,023, 756
29,251,469
30,688,606
34,355,250

64,034,972
67,245,975
71, 643,402
64,428,600
64,672,762

20,605,000
20,995,000
36,905,000
32,690,000
32,520,000

139,369,530
134,264,731
137,799,871
127,807,206
131,548,012

6,428,917
6,484,538
6, 770,171
4,919,343
4, 902,309

31,640
44,390
56,670
67,150
228,080

41,499,757
41,148,563
42,333,287
42,173,731
78,568,041

70,561,233
64,461,231
67,059,152
69,196,696
54,725,096

28,915,000
21,885,000
25,160,000
26,770,000
11,295,000

140,975,990
127,494, 794
134,552, 439
138,140,427
144,588,137

5,062,090
5,416,403
5,862,035
5,330,357
5,976,558

295,340
495,860
495,400
1,165,120
1,454,200

89,442,051
86,429,732
99,506,505
109,346,509
107,172,901

55,229,408
61,059,175
64,480,717
56,640,458
59,216,934

10,760,000
7,870,000
12,500,000
7,655,000
6,150,000

155,431,459
155,358,907
176,487,222
173,641,967
172,539,835

6,250,370
6,820,380
6,482,561
5,450,387
6,800,512

1,004,960
1,260,340
945,590
1,662,180
1,143,240

105,156,439
122,628,562
128,638,927
114,334,736
113,680,639

52,156, 439
62,516,296
58,728,713
53,158,441
60,114,387

6,110,000
8,045,000
9,540,000
6,740,000
7,920,000

163,422,878
193,189,858
196,907,640
174,233,177
181,715,026

6,700,325
7,233,758
6,896,223
6,466,215
6,984,896

1,202,080
1,202,020
854,040
1,807,600
1,464,460

109,984,111
112,407,007
111,694,262
102,857, 778
106,427,159

56,633,572
65,979,013
64,019,518
63,313,517
68,478,421

9,445,000
10,385,000
11,045,000
8,645,000
8,475,000

176,062,683
188,771,020
186,758,780
174,816,295
183,380,580

6,910,472
6,963,732
7,208,858
7,594,896
8,470,647

1,928,810
2,558,260
3,121,130
2,653,030
3,803,190

97,962,366
103, 607,266
115,354,394
107,817,983
114, 276,158

60,848,068
68,256,468
73,832,458
70,682,997
80,559,796

8,405,000
8,420,000
10,645,000
9,960,000
10,840,000

167,215,434
180,283,734
199,831,852
188,460,980
205,675,954

8,961,408
9,141,466
9,117,834
8,092,557
7,985,488

3,529,580
2,735,250
27 861,000
3,331,510
5,030,770

122,080,127
114,744,707
109,661,682
128,609,474
139,747,079

75,847,095
77, 712, 628
76,917,212
77,044,659
76,369,555

14,045,000
11, 975,000
9,870,000
14,200,000
19,040, 000

211,972,222
204,432,335
196,448,894
219,854,133
235,156,634

9,188,060
9,327,047
8,897,555
6,322,832
5,303,288

4,516,490
4,135,100
3,139,070
2,274,650
1,637,340

$2,797,969
2,060,137

167,115,873
177,415,419
177,612,492
174,872,572
165,354,352

71,017,322
77,336,999
79,701,352
69,738,119
67,585,466

22,760,000
19,135,000
22,920,000
18,800,000
11,765,000

260,893,195
273,887,418
280,233,844
263,410,691
244,704,818

6,029,733
6,757,263
6,209,600
6,465,792
7,463,152

1,502,960
1,812,290
1,820,770
2,610, 652
3,690,225

2,327,936
2,913,305
2,675,668
2,681,525
2,789,514

171,615,919
157,459,875
149,000,492
156,387,696
166,983,556

67,014,886
79,656,783
64,039, 751
62,812,322
67,739,828

12,430,000
11,850,000
8,115,000
5, 855,000
6,195, 000

251,060,805
248,966,658
221,155,243
225,055,018
240,918,384

7,517,343
7,139,180
6,343,213
6,683,368
7,724,334

3,667,608
5,121,188
3,535,479
3,961,380
5,029,545

3,154,893
3,314,613
2,813,139
2,715,527
2,983,267

171,678,906
167,315,665
165,104,210
165,085,454
159,240,643

66,228,158
79,595,088
74,477,342
73,751,255
75,361,975

7,645,000
8,025,000
7,810,000
6,190,000
6,165,000

245,552, 064
254,935, 753
247,391,552
245,026,709
240,767,618




$25,470,000 $147,868,977
32,000,000 131,424,486
44,410,000 143,750,382
33,410,000 122,989,504
26,515,000 129,990,998

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No.

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
66.—GOLD, SILVER,

COIN

CERTIFICATES, LEGAL

TENDERS, AND CURRENCY
JANUARY 20, 1877, TO
United States
certificates
for gold
deposited.

February 14
April 30
June 30
October 4
December 12
February 26
May 13
July 12
September 30
December 11
February 28..
May 17
July 18
October 2
December 19 .
February 26..
May 4
July9
September 25.
December 2 . .

March 1
May 17
July 12
September 30.

1888.

$74,317,628
74,921,740
74,825,782
70,222,886
70,825,188

$55,230,020
54,604,280
68,761,930
79,883, 810
75,334,420

73,751,134
74,597,566
73,907,610
71,601,530
71,910,468

78,861,210
78, 256,120
69,517, 790
66,010,950
64,902, 260

7,619,000
9,614,000
8, 744, 000
7,375,000
12,506,000

72, 286, 957
72, 601,180
73, 989, 093
74,664,828
77,325, 784

77,467,560
74, 776,720
72,968,100
93,335,600
82,569,980

4,958,000
5,708,000
4,463,000
3,469,000
3,036,000

82,050,500
82,891,099
87,695,142
84,464,347
84,200,590

83,697,900
75,314,460
63,910,310
60,173,670
85,091,060

4,913,000
6,424,000
6,706,000
7,300,000
7,689,000

88,426,189
95,104,914
96,723, 083
95,021,953
94,754, 328

97,841,160
96,656,060
85, 530,100
71,050,180
73,118,480

8,066,000
8,530,000
8,498,000
7,860,000
6,237,000

99,857,235
101,006,532
95, 799,862
| 129,740,438
143,928,989

69,198,790
62, 783, 410
50,550,100
47,522, 510
52, 274,100

4,939,000
5,073,000
4,285,000
5,080,000
7,305,000

124,904,826
128,180,159
125,051,677
125,020, 291
119,898,047

66,456,110
41,928,330
40,560,490
37,810,940
29,677,720

7,825,000
34,721,000
34,023,000
34,096,000
31,219,000

120,855,576
123,258,437
117,476,837
110, 378,360
1 113,843,401

25,400,860
23,182,950
22,425,600
21,525,930
20,936, 030

31,904,000
30,823, 000
31,315,000
31,021,000
33,465 000

108,165,901
105,938,780
110,133,160
114,921,270
118,631,050

20,935,130
21,383,020
20,336,400
19,706, 620
19,192,210

27,793,000
30,440,000
31,384,000
26,096,000
43,197,000

118,809,396
119.609, 201
119,467,606
118,856,207
119, 747,644

19,725,360
19,426,050
16,792,990
17,513,900
19,484,500

49,770,000
51,361,000
57,426,000
59,525,000
67,861,000

125,710,167
131,081,263
132,888,037
127,990,556
129,009,745

18,062,350
18,230,690
18,457,340
18,323,870
17,586,450

79,083,000
118,333,000
133,576,000
104,356,000
134,879,000

1889.
!

1890.

1891.

1892.

December 9 ..,

March 6
May 4
July 12
October 3
December 19
February 28..
May 4
July 18
October 2
December 19.
March 5
May 7
July 11
September 28.
December 13
February 28..
May7
July 14.
October 6
December 17 .
March 9
May 14
July 23
October 5
December 17.
February 18
May 5
July 14
September 20
December!

$26,246,000
24,050,000
20,884,000
10,385,000
7,399,000

1893.

1894.

1895.

1896.

1897.

1898.




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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
CERTIFICATES HELD BY NATIONAL

BANKS AT DATE OF EACH

217

EEPORT FROM

SEPTEMBER 6, 1904—Continued.
lunited States

tender certificates of Total lawful
a e r
deposit for
No.
money.
legal-tender
notes.

Silver
Treasury
certificates.

Fractional
silver coin. Total specie.

}^

$7,835,028
7,569,827
6,906,432
7,051, 931
7,086,626

$6,945,275
7,813,657
7,094,854
7,298,298
8,812,844

83,256, 663 $173,830,614
3,114,507 172,074,011
2,819,278 181,292, 276
3,255,891 178,097,816
3,276,200 172,734,278

182,317,670
83,574,210
81,995, 643
81,099,461
82,555,060

6, 990,879
6,700,739
6, 786,730
5,543,006
6,459,483

10,863,380
11,955,291
12,452,057
10,067,062
11,222,004

4,199,200
4,052,735
4,495,682
3,728,901
4,089,243

182,284,803
185,176,451
175, 903,869
164,326,449
171,089,458

88,624,860
97,838, 385
97,456 «32
86, 752, 093
84,490,894

13,785,000
13,355,000
14,890,000
12,945,000
9,045,000

284,694,663
296,369,836
288,250,701
264,023,542
264,625,352

7,294,424
6,098,007
6,793, 752
6,489,534
7,229,637

14,761,061
15,002,127
15,865,318
13,629,284
15,484,038

4,778,136
3,979,460
4,524,801
4,320,613
4,417,567

181,546,138
178,165,494
178,604,064
195,908,859
190,063,006 |

86,551,602
88,088, 992
92,480,469
80,604,731
82,177,126

8,830,000
8,135,000
9,825, 000
6,155,000
5,760,000

276,927, 740
274,389,486
280,909,533
282,668,590
278,000,132

66
61
68
69
70

8,231,195
7,448,417
7,631,470
6,348,573
7,152, 798

17,397,259
18,272,781
19,802,695
20,409,735
18,816,462

4,950,509
4,588,654
5,023,920
4,818,751
4,948,125

201,240,363
194,939,411
190,769,537
183,515,076
207,898,035

11,655,000 302,295, 762
11,515,000 302,829,660
18,845,000 310,014,348
15, 720, 000 296,850,684
8,765.000 310,517,389

71
72
73
74

7,304,242
7,259, 640
7,466,596
6,785,084
7,593,084

22,954,656
26,040,211
25,523,399
22,993,451
22,556,689

5,555,721
5,453,283
5,579, 302
5,405, 7115, 635, 680

230,147,968
99, 445, 735
239,044,108 107,981,402
229,320,480 113,915,016
209,116,379 i 104,267,945
209,895,261 102,276,335

24,080,000
26,405, 000
23,115,000
13,995,000
6,470,000

353,673,703 ;
373,430,510 !
366,350,496 s
327,379,324 ;
318,641,596

76
77
78
79
80

7,212, 800
7,615,574
7,380, 457
7,965, 844
7,530,135

21,695,114
24,603,511
22,626,180
28, 385, 889
34,776,253

5, 438.877
6,140;115
6,119,574
6,009,179
5,439,171

208,341,816 I 90,935,774
207,222,142 103,511,163
186,761,173
95,833,677
224,703, 860 114,709,352
251,253,648 131,626,759

14,675,000
12,130,000
6,660,000
7,020, 000
31,255,000

313, 952, 590
322,863,305
289,254, 850
346,433,212
414,135,407

81
82
83
84
85

7, 741,205
7,489, 931
7,016,489
6,116,354
6,954,778

43,181,166
41,580,654
38,075,412
28,784,897
29,743,446

6,058,278
6,041,850
5,943, 584
5,422,172
5,548,232

256,166,585
259,941,924
250,670,652
237,250, 654
218,041,223

142,768, 676
146,131, 292
138,216,318
120,544,028
119,513, 472

35,045,000
46,030, 000
50,045,000
45,100,000
37,090,000

433,980, 261
452,103,216
438,931, 970
402,894, 682
374,644, 695

7,263,610
7,245,537
7,248, 059
5,505,459
6,984, 382

29,550,637
28,519,277
30,127,457
22,914,180
25,878, 323

5, 956, 959
5, 617, 399
5,834,241
4,892, 382
5, 605,274

220,931,642
218,646,600
214,427,194
196,237,311
206,712,410

113,281,622
118,529,158
123,185,172
93,946,685
99,209,423

31,655,000
26,930,000
45,330,000
49. 920,000
31,440,000

365,868,264
364,105,758
382,942,366
340,103,996
337,361,833

91
92
93
94
95

7,406,130
7,285,043
6,867,060
6,721,871
6, 975, 625

25,869,370
31,512, 287
29,495,375
28,057,695
32,144,649

5,847, 928
5,814,316
5,619, 454
5,305,176
5, 400,174

196,017,459
202,373,446
203,835,449
200,808,632
225, 540,709

112, 507,513
118,971,652
113,213,290
110,494,730
118,893, 612

28, 735,000
28,035,000
27,165,000
31,840,000
37,080,000

337,259,972
349,380,098
344,213,739
343,143,362
381,514,321

96
97
98
99
100

7,198,522
6,948,233
6,853,275
6,476, 504
7,509,247

32,864,502
33,175,176
34, 626,625
31,593,302
31,752,596

5, 581,082
5,556,723
5,756,105
5,422,788
5,808,565

3,862
236,076,383
240,922,601
239,387,702
252,163, 552

118,637,852
120,554, 992
126,511,020
107,219, 929
112,564,875

67,695,000
53,590,000
46,085,000
42,275,000
45,840,000

420, 281, 714
410,221,375
413,518,621
388,882,631
410,568,427

101
102
103
104
105

7,459,428
8,100, 544
7,963,587
6,8B1,433
8,012,695

34, 964,239
35,316,796
36,458,014
30,679,950
32,700,654

6,098,741
6,120,479
6,334,152
5,662,349
6,412,167

271,377,925
317,182,772
335, 677,130
293,874,158
328, 600,711

120,265,185
119,058,681
114,914,997
110,038,300
117,845, 702

49,250,000
23,975,000
20,385,000
16,810,000
17,905,000

440, 893,110
460,216,453
470,977,127
420,722,458
464,351,413

106
107
108
109
110

Silver
dollars.




89,400,399 i
96,375,249
100, 399,811
97,615, 608
93,854,354

810,120,000 8266,268,284
9,330,000 264,978,221
12,315,000 275,602,919
8, 955,000 268,152,277
9,220,000 264,509,338

56
57
58
59
60
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61
62
63
64

87
90

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No.

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
66.—GOLD, SILVER,

No.

COIN

CERTIFICATES, LEGAL TENDERS, AND CURRENCY
JANUARY 20, 1877, TO

Gold coin.

Date.

Ill
112
113
114
115

February 4
April 15*.
June30
September 7
December 2

116
117
118
119
120

February 13
April 26
June 29
September 5
December 13

121
122
123
124
125

February 5
April 24
July 15
September 30.
December 10..

126
127
128
129
130

February 25...
April 30
July 16
September 15.
November 25..

131
132
133
134
135

1899.

Gold
clearinghouse

certificates.

United States!

certificates
for gold
deposited.

$134,336,296
133,190,652
137,690,618
117,082,951
103,052,570

$17,669,500
17,708,880
23,152,390
41,389,130
70,986,670

$169,910,000
166,311,000
148,495,000
133,140,500
100,648,000

104,882,872
1 104,624,499
1 102,834,447
103,750,172
107,561,080

93,611,360
100,989,330
101,263,430
115,018,140
102,269,910

90,887,000
92,070,000
91,023,500
93,390,000
91,789,000

110,369,107
110,280,301
108,871,024
106,736,761
105,425,840

133,447,930
122,950,940
108,490,040
117,806,580
100,266,100

89,154,000
82,315,000
85,465,000
89,854,000
84,746,500

$13,315,000

105,572,077
110,687,138
108,202,383
104,051,296
101,333,097

126,900,190
105,709,930
106,867,430
84,248,770
115,484,070

88,409,000
83,749,000
82,099,000
82,137,000
76,814,000

16,970,000
21,720,000
25,950,000
28,425,000
28,015,000

105,288,729
105,337,464
107,539,938
105,569,894
102,963,258

February 6 . . .
April 9
June 9
September 9 .
November 17.

136 January 22 ...
137 March 28
138 June 9
139 September 6 .

Gold

Treasury
certificates.

118,765,050
108,460,880
104,561,520
119,367,220
110,020,660

72,435,000
68,693,000
64,984,000
63,307,000
67,584,000

42,215,000
32,385,000
28,505,000
27,180,000
25,730,000

107,699,553
109,154,988
111,296,409
108,439,861

146,028, 950
148,464,700
161,155,120
175,077,020

62,661,000
85,689,500
82,278,000
80,969,000

45,765,000
38,360,000
36,880,000
53,655,000

I
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1901.

1902.

1904.




REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
CERTIFICATES HELD BY NATIONAL

219

BANKS AT DATE OF EACH REPORT FROM

SEPTEMBER 6, 1904—Continued.

Silver
dollars.

United States
Silver
certificates of
Fractional
Treasury silver coin. Total specie. Legal-tender deposit for Total lawful No.
notes.
money.
certificates.
legal-tender
notes.
i, 416,452
1,511,293
1,543,426
; 501, 758
,
i, 211,721

$371,843,494 8116,003,066
110,235,423
364,162,553
116,337,935
356,822,046
338, 571,383 111,214,651
101,675,795
314,825,376

$21,140,000 $508,986,560 111
19,820,000 493,417,975 ! 112
18,590,000 491,749,981 | 113
16,540,000 466,326,034 i 114
13,055,000 i 429,556,171 115

$8,151,429
8,246,829
8,361,974
7,998,538
7,569,649

$35,359,818
32,193,899
32,578,638
32,458,505
26,356,766

8,798,952
9,053, 551
9, 236,232
8,782,306
9,748,534

34,132,389
44,049,035
44,437, 981
45,243, 559
40,763,675

7,265,251
7,264,654
7,218,119
7,144,233
7,540,024

339,587,824
358,051,069
356,013,709
373,328,410
359,672,224

122,466,493
139,838,063
143,755,522
145,046,493
141,284,945

a 14,500,000 ' 476,554,317
6,360,000 504,249,132
3,195,000 502,964,231
2,085,000 520,459,903
850,000 ! 501,807,168

116
117
118
119
120

10,436,238
9,593,379
9,399,355
8, 649, 959
9, 600,000

48,533, 778
53,893,133
51,259,021
46,467,349
48,452,821

8,015,090
7,740, 938
7,601,102
7,167,222
7,846,237

399,956,143
386,773,692
371,085,543
376,681,871
369,652,498

152,386,332
159,324,246
164, 929,624
151,018, 751
151,118,358

552,342,475
549,857,938
540,800,167
539,555,622
520,770,856

121
122
123
124
125

9,594,579
9, 999, 626
10,379,556
8,868,571
9,389,713

51,277,355
58,590,893
62,466,880
50, 747,624
51,950,374

8,358,962
8,303,974
8,798, 719
7,757,859
8,295,407

407,082,162
398,760,561
404,763,968
366, 236,120
391,281,661

154,682, 692
159,484,226
164,854,292
141,757,618
141,310,109

561,764,854
558,244,787
569,618, 260
507,993, 738
532,591,770

126
127
128
129
130

11,160,021
10,481,056
10,560,422
10, 336,143
10,044,184

58,161,298
54,637,578
63,350,733
62, 791, 768
53,084,545

9,547,048
9,086, 543
9,114,765
9,004,143
8,863,779

417,572,146
389,081,521
388,616,378
397,556,168
378,290,426

153,025,573
147,133,313
163,592,829
156,749,859
142,325,352

570,597,719
536,214,834
552,209,207
554, 306,027
520,615,778

131
132
133
134
135

11, 676,304
10,090,134
11,209,634
9,880,982

69,105,776
63,472,250
76,251,788
67,532,494

10,254,970
9,185,698
9,593,194
9,194, 578

453,191,553
464,417,270
488,664,145
504, 748, 935

161,434,599
153,098,314
169,729,173
156,707,594

614,626,152
617,515,584
658,393,318
661,456, 529

136
137
138
139

a The act allowing these certificates to be counted as a part of the lawful monev reserve was repealed
March 14, 1900.




No.

67.—SPECIE HELD BY THE NATIONAL BANKS IN NEW YORK CITY ON DATES INDICATED AND AVERAGES IN 1894

Gold coin.

Date.

February 28..
May 4
July 18
October 2
December 19.

1894.

silver coin.

Total.

52,481,770
28,016,300
27,199, 690
24,377,160
16,212,600

826,100,000
24,830,000
25,965,000
25,685,000

205,447
156,304
119,844
207,251
189,362

15,559,127
14,960,191
12,058,582
6,545,678
5,676,181

418,231.99
404,801.62
459,709.88
451,600.80
487,970.20

93,861,708.49
95,073,771.25
86,763,806.88
82,797,840.80
65,324,597.20

29,657,504

20,516,000

175,641

10,959,952

444,462.S

12,127,540
10,259,640
9, 739,440
9,367, 700
9,320,830

26,695,000
25,110,000
25,270,000
24,930,000
27,195,000

183,179
198,574
145,354
138, 738
128,752

5,318,347
5,753,826
5,978,966
3,719,280
4,975,407

447,019.24
407,667.58
475,689.02
454,085.13
493,122.22

63,660,188.56
61,801,103.58
55,319,226.02
50,741,468.13
57,424,564.22

10,163,030

25,840,000 1

158,919

5,149,165

455,516.64

57,789,310.10

1
1
j
j

15,671,662.68
11,382,978.80
13,576,699. 70
13,895,591.15
14,082,424.56

10,167,110 f
10,449,320 i
9,567,800 I
8,997,540
8,970,350

22,200,000
24,755,000
25,725,000
22,265,000
38,803,000

111,834
123,841
93,441
75,699
72,434

4,524,836
6,110,188
5,621,599
3,835,775
5,568,899

476,579.49
427,544.10
462,225.05
492,252.37
453,181.80

53,152,022.17
53,248,871.90
55,046,764.75
49,561,857.52
67,950,289.36

95,449 I

5,132,259

462,356.56

55,791,961.14

March 9
May 14
July 23
October 5
December 17

106,622 i
99,233
62,242
92,988
63,337

5,062,380
5,837,371
5,742,852
3,821,405
4,689,103

406,777.45
442,899.45
505,559.79
480,924.15
547,510.65

74,942,258.57
78,154,632.45
80,551,082.79
82,388,877.65
92,529,625.65

Average

84,884

5,030,622

476,734.29

81,713,295.42

1898.

May 5
July 14
September 20.

76,051
104,089
103, 683
190,612
104,437

7,198,871
4,171,617
6, 734,511
4,995,114
5,307,901

550,693.26
527,290.93
545,238.94
475,868.54
574,031.42

107,313,686.26
141,539,579.93
152,406,943.94
114,565,185.54
142,959,443.42

December 1 . .

Average.

115,774

5,681,603

534,624.62

131,756,967.82




I 13,721,871.38
j
=
=
! 15,815,129.12
1 17,258,969.00
16,582,169.00
18,237,220.50
1 17,324,955.00

9,630,424 j

26,749,600 !

9,431,350
9,170,160
6,618,260
6,771,340
8,699,720

44,120,000
45,346,000
51,040,000
52,985,000
61,205,000

| 17,043,688.52

1897.

s

84,764,344.92

18,889,103.32
20,071,396.00
! 13,709,777.00
! 12,131,665.00
15,311,453.00

1896.

to

o
Fractional

16,022,678. £

Average

February 18..

dollars.

Silver
Treasury
certificates.

:3,010, 784.62
1895.

Average
February 28
May 7
July 14
October 6
December 17

Silver

INCLUSIVE.

25,197,132.50
25,438,174.63
22,095, 981. 00
25, 251,151. 00
17,073,484.00

Average.
March 5
May 7
July 11
September 28
December 13

Gold
Treasury
certificates.

Gold Treas- |
ury certifi- j Gold clearcates paya- j
ibletoorder.«!

TO 1904,

8,138,166

50,939,200 I

20,555, 561.00
24,017,313.00
19,682,681.00
16,151,731.00
15,299,474.00

6,802,510
6,812,270
7,070,830
6,831,860
6,378,600

19,141,352.00 !

6,779,214

72,130,000
105,907,000
118,270,000
85,920,000
115,295,000
99,504,400 I

W

S

I
w
o
d

3

February 4
April 5
June 30
September 7
December 2

1899.

f

102,086
118,977
80,578
156,023
88,719

7,073,153 I
5,630,498
6,119,896
5,140,466
4,280,654

529, 924.11
583,855. 47
551,544. 68
588,172.56

167,202,421.61
158,362,352.47
140,682,009.68
128,399,448.56

13,668,757.10
:
=
=
8,708,847.50
! 9,028,697.14
i 6,669,399.61
! 6,322,193.91
:
8,991,881.87

13,462,960

120,887,100

109,276

5,648,933

548,077.11

154 325,104.21

54,161,920
56,663,100
56, 909,530
71,619,270
49,535,450

76,675,000
74,980,000
71,450,000
74,390,000
75,895,000

83,549
70,065
71,725
99,523
87,693

8,246,199
9,742,699
11,621,132
11,167,153
7,913,542

627,448.78
645,770.80
692,172.49
638,929.52
699,016. 75

148,502,964.28
151,130,331. 94
147,413,959.10
164,237,069.46
143,122,583.62

8

57,777,854 i

74,678,000

82,511

9,738,145

660,667.67

150,881,381.68

i3

9.189,412.20
9i 271,650.89
7,118,483.00
6,047,341.50
7,382,455.00

79,849,330
70,920,180
56,660,870
66,092,680
48, 252,070

87,106
89,402
96,642
81,439
65,978

14,096,589
15,104,403
15,700,665
13,206,807
12,545,023

606,129.58
715,429. 68
651,421.13
621,110.07
728,373.07

176,948,566.78
164,496,065.57
152,208,081.13
162,354,377.57
144,598, 899.07

664,492.70 j

160,121,198.02

15,573,001
18,953,818
20,993,004
16,076,494
15,636,531

657,885.60 j
707,124.35 '
807,369.93
668,111. 07
732,275.57

177,674,691.15
159,838,699. 35
156,807,546.93
136,930,350.57
154,610,947.57

714,553.30

February 13
April 26
June 29
September 5
December 13

143,324,000
140,770,000
124,017,000
111,034,500
85,290,000

14,130,697

1900.

6,571,510
6,370,250
12,203,030
12,295,380
29,874,630

7,944,204.01

Average

157,172,447.11

726,138.58
731,078.53
732,232. 59
713, 634.
712,193.81

168,554,017.03
145,823,562.03
138,991,763.59
155,476,735. 33
138,778, 778.21

734,837.46
616,769.87
644,520.02
701, 344. 99

181,454,650. 26
203,062,301.27
213,641,642.32
241,238,116.99

:

Average.
February 5
April 24
July 15
September 30
December 10

1901.
;

Average.
February 25
April 30
July 16
September 15
November 25

1902.

4,812,460.55
5,552,732.00
4,474,720.00
4,765,847.50
3,876,574.00

76,707,140
57,660,010
51,635. 590
36,508; 910
59,418,780

4,255,000
4,960,000
9,655,000
9,655,000
, 610,000

81,204
80,015
81,863
85, 988
91,787

Average.
February 6 . . .
April 9
June 9
September 9..
November 17.

>. ™ ! 176,979,288.76

19,421,651.00
13,782,772.50
15,357,993.00
11,504,096.00
8,277,273.00

'
S
!
i

1903.

4,674,013.45
5,000,261.50
5,342,364.00
4, 792,139.50
4,697,172.40

61,515,000
58,145,000
53,514,000
51,925,000
56,745,000

83,069
79 281
52,857
68,883
67,131

5,478,087.80
5,920,547.40
5,356,457.30
4,941,183.00

52,475,000
71,045,000
69,325,000
68,290.000

61,221
72,109
62,539
69,260

W
Q
O

w

Average.
January 22
March 28
June 9
September 6 ..

17,158,484
16,939,075
21,062,056
20,420,399

Average.




a Not included in specie prior to December 10,1901.

fcO

222

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER

OF THE CURRENCY.

No. 68.—DEPOSITS AND RESERVE OF NATIONAL BANKS ON OR ABOUT OCTOBER 1 OP
EACH YEAR FROM 1878 TO 1904, IN EACH CENTRAL RESERVE CITY, IN ALL OTHER
RESERVE CITIES, IN THE STATES AND TERRITORIES, AND OF ALL NATIONAL BANKS.
NEW YORK CITY.
Reserve held.
Classification of reserve.
Reserve
Number of Net de- required
posits. (25 per
Ratio to Lawful Due from Redempbanks.
cent). Amount. deposits. money. agents, tionfund.

Date.

Oct. 1,1878...
Oct. 2,1879...
Oct. 1,1880...
Oct. 1,1881...
Oct. 3,1882...,
Oct. 2,1883...
Sept. 30,1884.
Oct. 1,1885...
Oct. 7,1886...
Oct. 5,1887...
Oct. 4,1888...
Sept. 30,1889.
Oct. 2,1890...
Sept. 25,1891.
Sept. 30,1892.
Oct. 3,1893...
Oct. 2,1894...
Sept. 28,1895.
Oct. 6,1896...
Oct. 5,1897...
Sept. 20,1898.
Sept. 7,1899..
Sept. 5,1900..
Sept. 30,1901.
Sept. 15,1902.
Sept. 9,1903..
Sept. 6,1904..

47
47
47
48
50
48
44
44
45
47
46
45
47
49
48
49
49
50
49
48
47
44
44
42
44
43
41

Millions. Millions. Millions. Per cent. Millions. Millions.
26.8
47.4
50.9
49.8
189.8
25.3
52.6
51.0
53.1
210.2
26.4
67.0
70.6
69.7
268.1
23.3
67.2
61.5
62.5
268.8
25.4
63.5
63.4
64.4
254.0
26.5
66.7
70.0
70.8
266.9
35.6
63.7
90.8
90.1
255.0
37.0
78.2
115.2
115.7
312.9
27.2
70.7
77.0
76.6
282.8
28.2
71.1
80.1
79.7
284.3
28.2
85.5
96.4
95.0
342.2
25.1
84.5 • 84.9
84.7
338.2
27.8
83.2
92.5
92.3
332.6
26.3
81.9
86.1
85.8
327.8
26.4
97.9
103.4
103.1
391.9
35.1
77.5
109.0
108.2
309.9
35.2
122.4
172.4
171.7
489.7
28.4
110.4
125.5
124.8
441.6
29.2
93.2
109.2
108.2
372.8
27.1
126.7
137.3
136.5
506.8
25.7
149.0
153.6
152.7
596.0
25.2
176.9
178.3
177.6
707.7
27.9
192.4
214.9
213.4
769.6
26.7
202.8
217.1
215.6
811.3
24.7
188.3
186.1
184.3
753.4
27.7
185.3
205.4
203.1
741.0
28.0
258.6
287.9
289.9
1,034.3
CHICAGO.

Sept. 25,1891.
Sept. 30,1892.
Oct. 3,1893...
Oct. 2,1894...
Sept. 28,1895.
Oct. 6,1896...
Oct. 5,1897...
Sept. 20,1898.
Sept. 7,1899..
Sept. 5,1900..
Sept. 30,1901.
Sept. 15,1902.
Sept. 9,1903..
Sept. 6,1904..

92.9
106.5
85.8
101.4
97.2
83.7
105.7
128.3
154.1
173.4
201.9
209.6
198.1
217.9

23.2
26.6
21.4
25.4
24.3
20.9
26.4
32.1
38.5
43.4
50.4
52.4
49.5
54.5

31.2
30.5
39.0
34.0
29.2
26.7
38.1
40.4
39.2
47.4
52.7
45.9
47.3
54.1

33.6
28.6
45.4
33.5
30.1
31.9
36.0
31.5
25.4
27.3
26.1
21.9
23.9
24.8

31.1
30.5
39.0
34.0
29.1
26.6
38.0
40.3
39.1
47.2
52.4
45.7
47.1
53.9

5.8
6.1
5.7
6.3
6.0
6.1
8.1
7.6
12.1
12.4
15.1
18.7
18.5
21.7

23.8
21.1
31.9
24.5
22.2
29.5
24.7
20.6
21.5
22.4
19.8
24.1
22 A
24.5

5.8
6.1
5.7
6.3
6.0
6.0
8.0
7.5
12.0
12.0
14.4
18.1
17.9
21.1

ST. LOUIS.
Sept. 25,1891.
Sept. 30,1892.
Oct. 3,1893...
Oct. 2,1894...
Sept. 28,1895.
Oct. 6,1896...
Oct. 5,1897...
Sept. 20,1898.
Sept. 7,1899..
Sept. 5,1900..
Sept. 30,1901.
Sept. 15,1902.
Sept. 9,1903..
Sept. 6,1904..

9
9
9
9
8
8
6
6
6
6
7
6
7
8

24.2
29.2
17.9
26.0
26.9
23.6
33.0
37.0
56.2
55.4
76.1
77.5
82.5
88.5

6.1
7.3
4.5
6.5
6.7
5.9
8.2
9.3
14.0
13.8
19.0
19.4
20.6
22.1

OTHER RESERVE CITIES.«
Oct. 1,1878...
Oct. 2,1879...
. Oct. 1,1880...
Oct. 1,1881...
Oct. 3,1882...
Oct. 2,1883...
Sept. 30,1884.
Oct. 1,1885...
Oct. 7,1886...
Oct. 5,1877...

199.9
35.6
50.0
38.8
71.1
288.8
57.2
83.5
36.5
44.3
280.4
72.4
105.2
36.2
53.3
335.4
83.9
100.8
30.0
56.5
318.8
79.7
89.1
28.0
52.4
323.9
81.0
100.6
31.1
56.4
307.9
77.0
99.0
32.2
63.6
364.5
91.1
122.2
33.5
76.9
381.5
95.4
114.0
29.9
70.5
338.5
84.6
100.7
29.7
59.5
* Includes Chicago and St. Louis up to Oct. 5, 1897.




184
181
184
189
193
200
203
203
217
223

29.1
35.7
48.2
40.6
33.2
40.8
32.3
42.4
41.3
40.0

Millions.
1.1
1.1
0.9
1.0
1.0
0.9
0.7
0.5
0.4
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.2
0.3
0.3
0.8
0.7
0.7
1.0
0.8
0.8
0.7
1.5
1.5
1.8
2.3
2.0

REPORT OF THE
No.

COMPTROLLER OF THE

CURRENCY.

223

68.—DEPOSITS AND RESERVE OF NATIONAL BANKS ON OR ABOUT OCTOBER 1 OP
EACH Y E A R FROM 1878 TO 1904, ETC.—Continued.

OTHER RESERVE CITIES—Continued.
Classification of reserve.
Reserve held.
Reserve
required
banks. posits. (25 per Amount. Ratio to Lawful Due from Redempcent).
deposits. money. agents.a tion fund.

Date.

Oct. 4,1888

Sept 30 1889
Oct 2 1890
SeDt. 25,1891
Sept 30 1892
Oct 3 1893 .
Oct 2 1894
Sept 28 1895
Oct. 6,1896
Oct 5 1897
Sept. 20,1898
Sept 7 1899
Sept 5 1900
Sept. 30,1901
Sept 15 1902
Sept. 9 1903
Sept 6 1904

224

.. .

228
259
265
263

. .

268
265
268

. .. .

256
255
267

269
261

275
272
289
285

Millions. Millions. Millions. Per cent. Millions. Millions. Millions.
30.4
96.2
116.9
64.5
51.5
0.9
384.9
64.5
121.9
56.7
0.6
104.8
29.1
419.0
129.8
68.0
61.0
0.7
114.4
28.3
457.8
61.0
113.0
138.8
30.7
77.0
0.8
451.9
0
30.1
156.1
73.0
519.3
129. 8
82.1
6
35.1
76.4
129.6
51.6
98-1
392.6
] 5
525. 4
172.8
32.9
84.1
87.2
131.3
154.1
6
77.9
74.6
30.0
128.3
513.1
32.2
65.1
116.4
150.3
9
83.3
465.5
i 8
34.2
104.5
94.5
586.4
146.6
200.8
110.4
215.8
32.9
7
163.9
103.6
655.5
- 7
255.8
30.3
79.7
140.1
842.6
210. 6
294.2
31.9
2.6
123.8
167.8
230.3
921.3
168.4
298.1
126.5
1,015.4
29.3
253.8
3.1
265.1
258.0
24.3
3.1
125.1
129.8
1,060.6
122.1
135.4
1,032.5
258.1
261.3
25.3
3.8
4.4
293.4
25.4
147.7
141.4
1,155. 7
288.9
STATES AND TERRITORIES.

Oct. 1,1878...
Oct. 2,1879...
Oct. 1,1880...
Oct. 1,1881...
Oct. 3,1882...
Oct. 2,1883...
Sept. 30,1884.
Oct. 1,1885...
Oct. 7,1886...
Oct. 5,1887...
Oct. 4,1888...
Sept. 30,1889.
Oct. 2,1890...
Sept. 25,1891.
Sept. 30,1892.
Oct. 3,1893...
Oct. 2,1894...
Sept. 28,1895.
Oct. 6,1896...
Oct. 5,1897...
Sept. 20,1898.
Sept. 7,1899..
Sept. 5,1900..
Sept. 30,1901.
Sept. 15,1902.
Sept. 9,1903..
Sept. 6,1904 ..

822
820

289.1
329.9
410.5
507.2
545.8
577.9
535.8
570.8
637.6
690.6
739.2
807.6
859. 2
861.8
975.5
767.5
876.7
910.5
853.1
963.5
1,062.8
1,270.7
1,361.2
1,556.6
1,743.2
1,809.5
1, 904.5

43.4
49.5
61.6

76.1
81.9
86.7
80.4
85.6
95.6
103.6
110.9
121.1
128.9
129. 3
146.3
115.1
131.5
136.6
128.0
144.5
159.4
190.6
204.2
233.5
261.5
271.4
285. 7

106.1
124. 3
147.2
158.3
150.4
157.5
156.3
177.5
186.2
190.9
209.8
224. 6
225.5
235.5
274.8
230.6
274.9
256.6
251.3
311.4
333.1
405.0
414.3
429.0
295.6
318.4
327.8

36.7
37.7
35.8
31.2
27.5
27.2
29.2
31.1
29.2
27.6
28.4
27.8
26.2
27.3
28.2
30.0
31.4
28.2
29.4
32.3
31.3
31.8
30.4
27.5
16.9
17.6
17.2

39.1
41.8
49.5
54.6
60.0
61.0
66.1
71.4
77.9
83.4
84.7
86.7
92.0
97.1
105.5
117.1
106.8
102.3
119.0
111.7
116.4
123.6
122.0
130.4
134.7
150.8
150.9

56.0
71.3
86.4
92.4
80.1
84.1
79.7
95.9
99.5
100.9
119.0
132.4
128.5
133.0
163.5
106.9
161.6
147.7
125.0
192.5
209.6
274.0
282.9
288.1
150.7
155.8
163.8

11.0
11.2
11.3
11.4
11.3
11.3
10.5
10.2

33.6
33.9
33.4
28.9
27.2
28.1
31.6
33.3
29.0
28.4
28.9
27.8
27.2
28.3
28.2
32.6
32.7
28.7
30.2
31.7
30.1
29.3
29.7
27.6
20.9
22.0
22.4

127. 7
138.1
172.5
172.6
174.8
188.4
219.8
263.5
225.1
245.0
268.2
264.0
282. 7
296. 8
327.4
346.4
402.9
340.1
343.1
388.9
420. 7
466.3
518.5
539.5
508.0
554.3
661.5

85.1
107.0
134.6
133.0
113.3
124.9
112.0
138.3
140.8
140.9
170.5
189.1
189.5
194.0
236.4
158.5
248.8
222. 3
190.1
297.0
320.0
414.1
450.7
456.6
280.5
277.9
305.2

15.3
15.8
15.9
16.1
15.8
15.6
14.3
13.6
11.4
8.3
7.6
6.4
6.1
6.6
7.1
9.0
8.7
9.0
10.4
10.0
9.8
10.1
14.3
16.1
15.8
18.6
20.4

8.7
6.6
6.2
5.5
5.2
5.4
5.8
6.6
6.5
6.6
7.2
7.2
7.1
7.4
9.4

10.4
10.2
11.8
13.1

SUMMARY.
Oct. 1,1878
Oct. 2,1879
Oct. 1,1880
Oct. 1,1881
Oct. 3,1882
Oct. 2,1883
Sept. 30,1884....
Oct. 1,1885
Oct. 7,1886
Oct. 5,1887
Oct. 4,1888
Sept. 30,1889....
Oct. 2,1890
Sept. 25,1891....
Sept. 30,1892....
Oct. 3,1893
Oct. 2,1894
Sept. 28,1895
Oct. 6,1896
Oct. 5,1897
Sept. 20,1898....
Sept. 7,1899
Sept. 5,1900
Sept. 30,1901....
Sept. 15,1902
Sept. 9,1903
Sept.6,1904 . . . .

2,053
2,048
2,090
2,132
2,269
2,501
2, 664
2,714
2, 852
3,049
3,140
3, 290
3,540
3,677
3,773
3, 781
3,755
3,712
3,676
3,610
3,585
3,595
3,871
4,221
4,601
5,042
5,412

678.8
768.9
968.0
1,111.6
1,118.6
1,168.7
1, 098.7
1,248.2
1,301.8
1,388.4
1,543.6
1,655.5
1,758.7
1,758.6
2,022.5
1,573.7
2,019.2
1,989.3
1,798.7
2,195. 6
2,479.7
3,031.5
3,281.0
3,661.6
3,844.4
3,863. 5
4,400.9

140.8
159.3
201.0
227.2
225.1
234.4
221.1
254.9
261.7
278.0
311.9
333.1
353.7
353. 5
408.1
816.6

417.1

406.3
364.4
452.5
513.6
630.8
684.1
759.7
786.8
784.9
909.8

228.1
260.9
323.0
321.6
303.9
328.9
346.1
415.4
377.2
394.2
446.2
459.6
478.2
497.4
570.9
513.9
660.4
671.4
543.6
695.9
750.5
890.5
983.3
1,012.2
804.3
850.8
987.1


http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ a Available with reserve agents April 30,1902, and subsequently.
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

224

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
No. 09.—LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE OF T H E NATIONAL BANKS,

NOVEMBER 17, 1903.
Cash on hand, due from
reserve agents, and in
the redemption fund.

City, State, and Territory.

Deposits.
Amount.

Per
cent.

CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES.

8673,377,888.52
186,036,167. 64
72,065,856. 74

New York .
Chicago . . .
St. Louis...
Total, central reserve cities .

$180,413,636.21 26.79
41,853,250.10 22.62
17,254,679.13 23.94

930,479,912.90

239,521,565.44

25.74

167,368,253.31
18,952,454.27
15,709,529.79
179,047,173.51
107,954,630. 74
42,705.426.12
19,056,774.60
1,112,413.28
20,686,044.82
033.38
15, 722,
7,958,266.69
8,643,540.91
44,608,888. 75
39,105,457.16
14, 332,192.28
22,578,890.05
17,481,632.01
31,769,501.49
3,024,741.36
5,788,384.65
2,228,086.99
20,804, 628.09
21,019,234. 90
4,035,808.34
159.16
3, 743,
47,974,441. 96
960. 34
7,788,
3,484,916.03
20.971,928.82
33,074,612.37
•4,640,781. 68
28, 366,771.67
23,154,260. 97
12,067,063. 01

49,339,584.79
5,143,168.59
4,062,563.86
51,911,573. 20
25,226,580.89
12,136,615.-38
6,127,559.76
236,518.96
5,274,560.43
4,544,257.77
2,931,779.13
2,845,049.33
11,698,305.37
7,915,913.93
3,316, 786. 83
9,463,393.62
4, 219,924. 08
8,059,141. 65
797,466.-97
1,220,959. 56
664,579.60
6,689,532. 35
5,163, 234.84
1,434, 503. »1
829, 601.57
11,537,014.02
2,137,370. 95
705,501. 54
6,571,778.11
11,740,486.44
1,543,019. 70
8, 319,993.01
7,753,292.94
3,553,077.40

29.48
27.14
25.86
28.99
23.37
28.42
32.15
21.26
25.50
28.90
36.84
32.92
26.22
20.24
23.14
41.91
24.14
25.37
26.36
21.09
29.83
32.15
24.56
35.54
22.16
24.05
27.44
20.24
31.34
35.50
33. 25
29.33
33.49
29.44

OTHEE EESERVE CITIES.

Boston
Albany
Brooklyn
Philadelphia
Pittsburg
Baltimore
Washington
Savannah
New Orleans
Louisville
Dallas
Houston
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Indianapolis
Detroit
Milwaukee
Cedar Rapids
Des Moines
Dubuque
St. Paul
Minneapolis
Kansas City. Kans.
Wichita
Kansas City, Mo...
St. Joseph
Lincoln
Omaha
Denver
Salt Lake City
San Francisco
Los Angeles
Portland, Oreg
Total, other reserve cities .

1,016, 960,883.50

285,114,690.38

28.04

Total, all reserve cities

1,947,440,796.40

524,636,255.82

26.94

26,553,575.02
15,020,261.51
12,363,561.98
99,814,559.74
21,226,794. 34
42,160,232. 35

6,109,636.08
4,080,951.86
3,367,871.01
24,742,627.13
4,805,013.66
12,310,254.99

23.01
27.17
27.24
24.79
22.64
29.20

217,138,984.94

55,416,354.73

25.52

170,005,256. 72
92,939,042.45
250,055,093.13
V,535,770.29
20,687, 913.17
1,292,788.35

38,174,170.14 22.45
23,229,452.55 24.99
54,113, 965.80 21.64
1,912,370.81 25.38
4,032,704.27 19.49
431,185.80 33.35

STATES, ETC.

Maine
New Hampshire.
Vermont
Massachusetts...
Rhode Island
Connecticut
Total, New England States.
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia.
Total, EastenuStates.




542,515,864.11

121,893,849.37

22.47

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
EACH REPORT DURING Y E A R ENDED SEPTEMBER 6,

225

1904.

NOVEMBER 17, 1903.
Reserve require:!, and the amount and per cent held
Held.

Required.

Le^al

Specie.

tenders.

778,778
606,334 10
14 424,253.13
177 809,365.44

58 682 018

41, 842,063.33
4,738,113. 57
3, 927, 382. 45
44,761, 793. 38
26,988,657. 68
10,676,356.53
4, 764,193. 65
278,103. 32
5,171, 511.20
3, 930,508.34
1,989,566.67
2,160,885. 23
11,152,222.19
9,776,364. 29
3,583,048.07
5, 644,722.51
4,370,408.00
7,942,375. 37
756,185. 34
1,447,096.16
557,021.75
5,201,157.02
5,254,808.73
1,008, 952.09
935,789.79
11, 993, 610. 49
1,947,240. 09
871,229.01
5,242, 982.20
8, 268,653.09
1,160,195. 42
7,091, 692.92
5,788,565.24
3,016,765. 75

14 635,411 94
737, 326 55
1 524,255 80
17 507,119 69
10 785,415 35
4 835, 762 15
2,818,505. 96
89,923 00
1 604, 708 75
883,694 05
709,353 70
1 212, 652 65
2 842,228.45
3 137,473.77
1 086,357. 30
3 113,116. 15
1 242,647 50
2 544, 532. 68
352, 662. 95
402,712 45
187,584. 25
2 136, 524 09
1 676,239.30
435,438 50
220,568. 60
3,000,780. 30
637,248 90
129,440. 70
2, 052,640.30
3,472, 502. 82
788, 740. 49
5,700,091. 35
3, 861,244. 90
2, 041,477. 24

>
4 92 f 400
8F9 587
72 R 361
2 95^ 286
3 514 710
1 370 640
274 639
54 511
6H; 834
865 109
214 465
717, 988
3 5£5, 586
1 74 0, 000
9f 9, 671
1 4M>, 232
7M), 534
1 01:7, 947
J;9,000
1(>2, 870
'2 310
6<S7, 676
8i>2, 020
3 M 1 , 358
<S5, 684
4.S1, 880
304, 666
r>7, 118
1 908, 137
1 7*56, 200
)9, 500
• > 4 , 567
2:>8, 907
IS, 841

254,240,220.87

98, 406,382. 58

34, 233, 234

486,860,199.10

276 215,748.02

92, 935, 252

$2, ^67. 450. 00 $180,413,636.21
41,853,250.10
193,150.00
569,582.00
17,254,679.13

361 408
766
17
2 263 844

232,619, 978.23

Available with
reserve agents,
not exceeding
50 per cent of re- Redemption Total amount. Per
fund.
serve required
cent.
after deducting
redemption
fund.

$168,344.472.13
46,259,041. 91
18,016,464.19

94

26.79
22. 62
23.94

3 030,182.00

239,521,565.44

25.74

$20 740,639.16
2 345,306. 78
1 785,347. 06
22 089,820.47
10,477,058.04
5 243, 428. 26
2 351,621.83
77,084.96
2 548,255. 60
1 893,379.17
980,395. 84
825,408. 68
5 032,990.92
2 796,290.16
1 226,508.53
2 801,486.26
2 128,242.58
3 926,275.19
372,467.67
632,877.11
271,635.87
2 579, 428.51
2 564,975.54
481,976.04
461,614.90
5,945,780. 24
960,995.02
365,942.84
2 548,500.81
4 078,076.55
553,847.71
2 301,584.66
2 827,582.62
1 420,259.16

360, 785. C
O
47,500.00
29,600. 00
582,152.43
449,397.50
189,500.00
60,950.00
15,000.00
75,000.00
143,750.00
28,775.00
29,000.00
237,500.00
192,150.00
44,250.00
41,750.00
62,500.00
89,825.00
11,250.00
22,500.00
13,750.00
42,300.00
70,000.00
45,000.00
12,500.00
112,050.00
25,250. 00
13,000.00
62,500.00
112,500.00
52,500.00
253,750.00
133,400.00
52,500.00

40,663, 236.10
4,019, 720. 33
4,062, 563.86
43,137,378. 59
25,226,580.89
11,639,330.41
5,505,716.79
236,518.96
4,914,798.35
3,785,932.22
1,992, 989.54
2,845,049. 33
11,698,305. 37
7,915,913.93
3,316,786.83
7,442,584.41
4,219,924.08
7,588, 579.87
775, 380.62
1,220,959.56
515,280.12
5,445,928.60
5,163,234.84
1,333,772.54
780, 397.50
9,540,490.54
1,928,159.92
705, 501.54
6,571,778.11
9,429, 279.37
1,494,588. 20
8,319, 993.01
7,051,134.52
3,553,077.40

24.30
21.21
25.86
24.09
23.37
27.26
28. 89
21.26
23. 76
24.08
25.04
32.92
26.22
20.24
23.14
32.96
24.14
23.89
25. 63
21.09
23.13
26.18
24.56
33.05
20.85
19.89
24.76
20.24
31.34
28. 51
32.21
29.33
30.45
29.44

117 637,114. 74

3 714,134.93

254,040,866. 25

24.98

117 637,114.74

6 744,316. 93

1
o
8

493, 562,431. 69 25.34

4
fi
f
7
8
9
If
11
12
lb
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36

37

Not exceeding 60

432, 598
328, 375
269, 353
2 732, 750
550,236
1, C33, 502

per cent.

17.22
17.36
17.21
17.24
16.79
19.27

3, 983, 036. 25
2,253,039.23
1,854,534.30
14,972,183. 96
3,184,019.15
6,324,034.85

1, 639,896. 02
838,433.95
661,053. 34
5, 140,080. 91
1, 025,840.80
3, 099,152. 98

32,570,847. 74

12, 404, 458. 00

5, S46, 814

18, 176,879. 65

2, 276,048.33

38,204,199.98

8, 168,073. 47
3, 886,345. 81
13, 975,718. 10
455,727. 25
1, 013, 677. 76

137,745.50

3, 667, 911
2, S87, 154
5, £46, 800
188, 126
f 21, 346
9, 640

14 655,014.10
8, 104,577.32
21, 585,691.39
650,799.33
1, 784,710. 67
108,850. 95

1, 075,765.00
433,227.50
1, 532,111. 65
45,700.00
128, 669.20
12,500.00

27,566,763. 57
14,811,304.63
42,940,321.14
1,340,352. 58
3,448,403.63
268,736.45

16.22
15.94
17.17
17.79
16.67
20.79

81,377,379.62

27, 637,287. 89

12, (.20, 977

46, 889,643.76

227, 973. 35

90,375, 882.00

16.66

38
H9
40
41
42
43

17.59

25,500,788.51
13, 940,856. 37
37,508,263.97
1,130,365.54
3,103,186.98
193, 918.25

CUR 1904, PT 1



15

2,226,020.48
1 219,298.54
985,066.53
8 453,965.20
1 794,071.49
3 498,457.41

273,002.12
220,875. 00
212,756. 75
882,241.96
193,900.00
493,272.50

4,571,516.62
2,606,982.49
2,128, 229.62
17,209,038.07
3,564,048.29
8,124,384.89

44
45
46
47
48
49

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EEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
No. 69.—LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE OF THE NATIONAL
NOVEMBER 17, 1903-Continued.
i Cash on hand, due from
j reserve agents, and in ;
I the redemption fund.

City, State, and Territory.

Deposits.
Amount,

STATES, ETC.—continued.
Virginia
West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee

i
!

j
i
I
I
i
j
|
!
!
j
I

$35,076, 525. 89
23,240, 959. 53
11, 827, 365.15
8,794, 480.40
17,603, 720.35
9,615, 308.34
17,614, 173.09
7,815, 047.45
8,230, 394.02
72,988, 115.63
5,883, 780.69
23,58.1, 257.25
33,880, 582. 90

88,353,594.24
4,812,922. 59
2,468,353.90
1,750,372.00
4,094,817.40
2,607,274.27
5,185,530,31
2,166,092.57
52
I', 876,
24, 641,395.27
1,293, 565. 32
6,210, 919.70
8,835, 167. 25

; Per

23.82
20.71
20.87
19.90 !
23.26 '
27.12 "
,
29.44 '
27.72 :
22.80 !
33.76 '
21. 99
26.34
26.08 :

276,151,710. 69

74,296, 627. 34 26.90 :

124,
65,
113,
53,
51,
40,
60,
18,

Total, Southern States.
Ohio
Indiana . . .
Illinois
Michigan..
Wisconsin .
Minnesota.
Iowa
Missouri...

287081, 809. 65
19,838,241.99
28,432,806.14
11,452,339.81
12,690,246.42
9,597,419.91
13,086,165.75
5,822,348.77

381,516. 44
1,672.18
279,: 197. 27
,
i,
045, i370. 05
.,
781,, 582.49
', 378.82
!, 320. 28
>
.
815,1650. 94

527,902,688.47

22.58 :
30.48 •
25.10 :
21.59 '
24.51
23.53 :
21.55 I
30.94 '

!
|
!
!
I

:

Total, Western States.
Washington.
Oregon
California . . .
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
Arizona
Alaska a

129,001,378.47

24.44

13,578,443.08
11,206,553.46
27,708,657.96
36,439,242.42
15,499,485.36
5, 409,333.64
28,191,657. 43
5,569,986.64
11,670,396. 50
7, 480, 832.00

3,358,465.21
2,767,166.75
7,150,084.9i
11,435,849.44
4,456,107.17
1, " 502.67
10,006, 893.65
1,798,573.87
3,469,860. 00
2, 280, 650.48

24. 73
17. 99
25. 80
31.31
28.75
30.48
35.50
32.29
29.73

162,754,588.49 |

48, 372,154.18

29.72

32,348,638.15 |
10,581,001.20 !
26,552,534.03 '•
6,728,612.90 i
3,362,023.24 ;
565,334.41 !
3,315,951.54 ,'
228,251.07 i

Total, Middle Western State
North Dakota
South Dakota.
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Indian Territory .

7,232,561.99
3,538,628.53
7, 083,317.62
1,975, 863.23
1,159,500.51
32,372.25
994,115. 53
72,461.92

22.36
33.44
26.68
29.37
34.49
57.26
29.98
31.75

Total, Pacific States ,

83, 682, 346.54

22,088, 821.58

26.40

Hawaii a
Porto Rico
Total, island possessions.

1,057,795.55
133,219.52

429,545.88
73,910.92

40.61
55.48

1,191,015.07

503, 456.80

42.27

Total, country banks

1,811,337,198.31

451,572,642.47

24.93

Total, United States

3,758,777,994.71

976,208,898.29 | 25.97




a Statement of September 9, 1903.

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

227

BANKS, YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 6, 1904—Continued.
NOVEMBER 17, 1903—Continued.
Reserve required, a n d t h e a m o u n t a n d per cent held.
Held.

Available with
reserve agents,

Required.
Specie.

Legal
tenders.

n o t exceeding60 per c e n t of re- R e d e m p t i o n
fund.
serve r e q u i r e d
after deducting'
redemption
fund.

50
51
52
53
54
5b
56
57
58
59
60
61
62

52,797,734.69
22,205,445.27
12,345,439.71
19,349,838. 29
9,039,520.51
8,600,946.39
6.929,961.21
10.239,647.47
3,258,362.21

17.85
18.97
17.08
17.04
16. 61
16.99
16.86
17. 32

63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70

3,144,805. 62

91,969,161.06

17.42

54,287. 50
52,090.00
162,263.50
245,069.25
48,998. 35
24, 725.00
86, 862. 50
36,037. 50
67, 915.00
79,267.50

2,368,082.47
2,015,763. 96
4,379,504.45
6,453,193.58
3,113,543.17
896,084.68
5,334,683.19
976,432.10
2,309,823.14
1,504,768.60

17.44
17.99
15.81
17.71
20.09
16. 57
18. 92
17.53
19. 79
20.12

14,133,403.30

857,516.10

29,351,879.34

18.03

284,287
73,311
217,863
133,394
14,058
2,990
78,307

2,862,486. 43
934,896.11
2,331,753.06
595.648.16
293,612.09
3,813.93
287,592.14
20,167. 60

81,485.00
28,990.00
12,550.00
16,545.00
14,950.00
1,025.00
18,072.50
625.00

6,184,580.30
2, 040,090.16
4,924,532.24
1,200,993. 06
642,779.84
32,372.28
674,573. 66
46,314.75

19.12
19.28
18.55
17. 85
19.12
57.26
20.34
22.92

7,437,814.27

804,210

7.329,909.52

174,242.50

15, 746,236.29

416, 384.40
53, 749. 55

180

9,956.48
8,989.76

3,025.00
5,000. 00

429,545.88
67,739.31

40.61 89
50.85 90

18,946.24

41. 75

!
t
!
!
I
i
!

$1, 559. 986.45 $1, 188, 229
1.366,329.34
)91,920
673,355. 52
139,470
367,495
476, 808. 66
929, 256.87
*38, 753
422,262.05
120,265
1, 263,474.10
558, 518
345, 373. 50
330,166
523,307.65
156,968
4, 944,599. 81 3, 933, 286
178. 837
290,049.55
562,339
1,282, 053.56
1,686,040.75
1,222,802

ff3,014,783.33
1,990,716.86
1,008, 574.18
743, 270. 74
1,496,583.33
834,125.25
1,509,030.58
667,106.77
711,387.96
6,283, 596. 51
515,357.76
1,949,095.85
2,941,822.46

|

41,422,756.60

15, 762,897. 81 11,389,048

23,665,451.58

4,306,276
1,987,91'S
2,831,545
1, 287, 547
1,140,410
742,271
1,621,329
556,746

10,698,792.09
5, 625,486.50
9,781,784.15
4,606.551.00
4, 537,451.32
3,559,621.09
5,207,695. 34
1,606,977.08

825,907.31
387,640.00
688,906.00
279,220.50
204,818.50
185,405.00
428,855. 81
144,052.50

28,725,944.87

14 474,052

45, 624, 358.57

572,584, 59
673,553.15
1,171,384.84
2,095,467.06
1.254,167.15
315,113.65
1,997,259.02
278,330.30
742, 726.46
535, 554.72

551,723
312,785
649, 435
980,167
444,823
84,241
765,430
182,388
489,595
264,232

1,189,487.38
977,335.81
2,396,421.11
3,132,490.27
1,365,554. 67
472,005.03
2, 485,131. 67
479,676.30
1, 009. 586. 68
625,714. 38

9,636,140. 94

4,724,819

2,956, 321.87
1,002,893.05
2, 362,366.18
455,405. 90
320,159.75
24,543.35
290, 602.02
25,522.15

1

18,657,227.47
9,763.450.83
i 16,991,879.59
7,956, 805. 51
7,767,237.37
6,118,106.82
9,108,348.04
2,822,347. 64

6,374.469. 87
4, 344,385.21
6,047.603.14
2,866, 202. 01
2,718,266.57
2,442,664.12
2,981,767.32
950, 586. 63

79,185,403.27
2,036,766.46
1,680, 983.02
4,156, 298. 69
5,465,886. 36
2,324,922.80
811,400.05
4,228, 748.61
835,497.99
1,750,559.47
1,122,124. 80
24,413,188.25
i
|
!
!
i
i
;
!
;

4,852,295.72
1,587,150.18
3,982, 880.10
1,009,291. 94
504, 303.49
84,800.16
497,392.73
34,237.66
12, 552, 351.98
158, 669.33
19, 982. 93

:

Per
cent.

17.96
17.72
18. 72
18.97
19.38
17.98
21.34
17.95
17.50
21.42
17.10
17.31
17.80
19.12

$236,840.00
168,282.50
93,147.80
80,387.50
146,252.50
52, 087.50
127,075.00
60,412.50
48,912.50
475,556.50
23,637.50
288,695. 50
179,050. 00

$5,261,478.88
3,486,143.93
1,774,104. 77
1,319,172. 06
2,640, 558,05
1,442,296.25
2,642,125. 96
1,172, 257.12
1,234,559.10
10,948,217.34
882,567.11
3, 537,188.59
5,052,087.44

1

Total a m o u n t .

1

1,980,337.30

$6,299,838. 78
4,117, 248. 70
2,214,547.50
1,667, 961.90
3,410,845.70
1,728, 739. 80
3,758,097.68
1,403,058.77
1,440,576.11
15,637,038.82
1,007,881.81
4,082,183. 91
6,029,715.21

178,652.26

470,133.95

180

8,025.00

497, 285.19

102,074,677.73

49, 360,100

155,838, 652. 62 11,668,948.20

318,942,378. 55

17.61

378,290,425.75 14!!, 325, 352

273,475, 767.36 18, 413, 265.13

812,504,810.24

21.61




79
80

81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88

18. 82

271,700,579. 72
! 758,560,778.82

71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78

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No. 69.—LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE OF THE NATIONAL

JANUARY 22, 1904.
Cash on hand, due from
reserve agents, and in
the redemption fund.
City, State, and Territory.

Deposits.
Amount.

Per
cent.

CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES.

New York .
Chicago ...
St. Louis...

$816,896,744.43
195,344,560.24
82, 755, 560. 28

Total, central reserve cities.

$232, 559, 583. 26
51,658,757.90
24, 653,931. 88

28.47
26.44
29.79

1,094,996,864.95

308,872,273.04

:8.21

OTHER RESERVE CITIES.
166, 951,253.
19; 572, 744.
16, 837,425.
187, 077, 645.
113, 016, 701.
44, 022,589.
19, 184, 838.
1, 223, 785.
24 266,651.
17 060,100.
958,445.
5, 353,108
9, 636, 400
46, 289,232
4 1 , 138,662
14, 270,116.
22, 089,187,
17,, 958,248.
32, 211,227.
3, 230, 949.
6, 128, 937.
2, 521,511.
20,, 577, 460.
19,, 402,896.
4, 605,946,
3, 333,208.
53, 347,767.
7, 614,084,
3, 194, 224,
20, 010,096,
32, 472,183,
4, 537,677,
29, 069, 769,
22! 683,022,
ni 390,861,

4 Boston.
5 Brooklyn
Albany.
Philadelphia.
Pittsburg
Baltimore
Washington..
Savannah
New Orleans .
Louisville
Dallas
Fort Worth ...
Houston
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Indianapolis .
Detroit
Milwaukee...
Cedar Rapids.
Des Moines...
Dubuque
St. Paul .

Minneapolis
Kansas City, K a n s .
Wichita
Kansas City, Mo
St. Joseph
Lincoln

Omaha
Denver.
Salt Lake City..
San Francisco ..
Los Angeles
Portland, Oreg .

,

53, 358, 401.29
5,738, 347.99
5,175, 285.50
60, 993, 795.13
30,152, 187.05
13,788, 285.31
6, 629, 288.03
326, 555. 96
7,088, 860.90
4,991, 889. 64
4,616, 983.90
2,321, 099.90
4,521, 994.78
14,079, 224.80
10,144, 598.80
3,877, 855.83
9, 795, 597.26
5,439, 694. 74
8,119, 136.94
893, 885.22
1,801, 020.37
912, 185.10
6,532, 836.59
5, 216, 686.50
2,102, 448.34
949. 940.11
18, 637, 478.38
2,452, 784.02
692, 664.72
6,130, 121.13
10,693, 568.43
1,500, 548.38
9,513, 874.05
7,679, 878.22
3,650, 455.02

31.96
29.32
30.74
32.60
26.68
31.32
34.55
26.68
29.21
29.26
46.36
43.36
46.93
30.42
24.66
27.17
44.35
30.29
25.21
27.67
29.39
36.18
31.75
26.89
45.65
28.50
34.90
32.21
21.69
30.64
32.93
33.07
32.73
33.86
32.05

Total, other reserve cities .

1,052,238,964.67

330,519,458.33

31.41

Total, all reserve cities

2,147,235,829.62

639,391,741.37

29.78

26,586,975.46
14,708,916.44
12,393,379.09
98,878, 564. 71
22, 277,438.64
46,046, 606.78

6,569,124.02
4,090, 944. 94
3,412,904. 59
24,446,167. 71
5,930,221.42
14,252,731.90

24.71
27.81
27. 54
24.72
26.62
30.95

STATES, ETC.

Maine
New Hampshire.
Vermont

42 j Massachusetts.
43 R h o d e I s l a n d . .
44 C o n n e c t i c u t . . .

Total, New England States
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia.

220,891,881.12

58,702,094.58

16.58

170,055, 579.37
94,226,387.42
251,133,872.43
7,292,606.43
20,534,377.42
1,150,132.15

38,023,161.48
26,640,564.01
57,589,144.24
1,768,763.70
4,671,736.64
434,178. 70

22.36
28.27
22.93
24.25
22.75
21.22

Total, Eastern States.

544,392,955.22

129,127,548.77

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229

BANKS, YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 6, 1904—Continued.
JANUARY 22, 1904.
Reserve required, a n d t h e a m o u n t a n d per cent held
Held.

Required.

Specie.

L-gal
tenders.

Available with
reserve agents,
not exceeding
50 per cent of re- Redemption Total amount. Per
fund.
serve required
cent.
after deducting
redemption
fund.

$2,219,250.00 $232, 559, 583.26
212,200. 00 51,658,757.90
579,582.00
24,653,931.88

28.47
26.44
29.79

3,011,032.00

308,872,273. 04

28.21

$20,682,471. 63
2,422, 843.12
2,089,878.15
23,107,343.17
10,923,447.46
5,400,823.69
2, 367,629.85
115,165.96
2,995,831.44
2,045, 637.51
1,228,868.15
650,838.59
1,190,050.06
5,666,504.09
4,188,174.80
1,722, 360.28
2,740,529.74
2,213,531.07
3,980, 778.45
398,243.74
754,867.17
308,313.94
2,551,032.57
2,390,362.07
553,243.25
411,401.11
6,612,445.93
939,135.55
392,778.03
2,472,162.01
4,002,772.99
381,475.43
2,217,567.70
2,766,177.86
1,173,732. 28

372,870.00
47,500.00
29,600.00
554,725.00
518,492.50
204, 000. 00
60,950.00
15,000.00
75,000.00
173,750.00
31,875.00
36, 600.00
29,000.00
239,300. 00
209,000. 00
49,250.00
41,237.50
62,500.00
91,250.00
11,250.00
22,500.00
13,750. 00
42,300.00
70,000.00
45,000.00
10,500.00
112,050.00
25,250.00
13, 000. 00
58,200. 00
112,500.00
62,500.00
262,615.00
138,400.00
52,500.00

43,937,650.13
4,398,231.57
4,666,331.10
48,589,439. 75
30,152,187.05
12,954,383.89
5,657,124.34
326,555.96
6,696,504.59
4,399,661.01
2,730,494.01
1,537,423.59
3,287,046. 40
13,128,909.36
10,144,598.80
3,877,855.83
7,169,783.74
4,663,544.07
7,931,143.45
798,000.92
1,454, 672. 03
578,931.29
5,316,152. 03
4,766,267.27
1,678,854.95
735,159.26
11,922,396.53
1,836,331.50
616,572.03
5,642,048.36
9,106,142.98
1,500,548.38
9,513,874.05
6,696, 954. 91
3,650,455. 02

26.32
22.47
27.71
25.97
26.68
29.43
29.49
26.68
27.60
25.80
27. 42
28.72
34.11
28. 36
24.66
27.17
32.46
25.97
24. 62
24.70
23.73
22.96
25.83
24.56
36.45
22.06
22.35
24.12
19.30
28.20
28. 04
33.07
32.73
29.52
32.05

$204,224,186.11 8181,454,650.26 $48, ;-$85, 683
48,836,140.06
32,431,142.90 19,015,415
20,688,890.07
18,387, 247.88 5, ii87,102
273,749,216.24

232,273,041. 04

73, 388,200

41,737,813.27
4,893,186.24
4,209,356.30
46, 769,411.35
28,254,175.40
11,005,647.37
4,796,209.70
305,946.24
6,066,662.87
4, 265, 025. 02
2,489,611.30
1,338,277.18
2,409,100.11
11,572,308.19
10,284,665.71
3,567,529.20
5,522,296. 99
4, 489,562.15
8,052,806.90
807,737.47
1,532,234.35
630,377.89
5,144,365.14
4,850,724.14
1,151,486.51
833, 302.21
13,336,941.87
1,903,521.09
798,556.06
5,002,524.03
8,118,045.99
1,134,419.47
7,267, 442.27
5,670, 755.73
2,847,715.46

18,122,995.50
749,541.45
1,780,994.95
21,631,377.58
13,562,435.09
6,122,663.20
2,958,696.49
142,759*00
2,323,451.15
980,148.50
779,250.86
388,485.00
1,284,203.34
3,563,616.27
3,345, 923. 00
1,320,877.55
2,974, 727. 50
1,331,868.00
2,578,560.00
346,507.18
457,541.86
210,460.35
2,307,625.46
1,558,030.20
393,858.70
216,672.15
4,456,131. 60
591,072.95
142,514.00
1,960,606.35
3, 282,629. 99
997,157. 95
7,022,323.35
3,571,844.05
2,408,328.74

4, 759,313
1, L78, 347
765,858
3, 295,994
5,147,812
1, 226,897
269,848
53, 631
1,302,222
1,200,125
690,500
461,500
783,793
3,659,489
2,401,501
785, 368
1, 413,289
1,055,645
1.280,555
42,000
219,763
46,407
415,194
747,875
686,753
96,586
741,769
280,873
68,280
1 151,080
1 708,240
69,415
11,368
220,533
15, 894

263,059,741.17

115,865,879. 31

38,253,717

124,058,418.84

3, 884, 215.00

282,062,230.15

26.81

536,808,957.41

348,138,920.35 111,841,917

124,058,418.84

6, 895,247.00

590,934,503.19

27.53

401,905
294,245
290,079
2,512, 966
556,560
1,106,294

Not exceeding 60
per cent.
2,224,335.94
1,187,512.48
988, 699.12
8,868,871.32
1,877,859.48
3,848,229.61

280, 819. 75
227,150.00
211,175.00
899,125.00
211,850.00
493,275.00

4,528,425.64
2, 536,670.04
2,168,172.34
17,248,450.84
3,624,360.16
8,579,213. 71

17.03
17.25
17.49
17.44
16.27
18.63

1
9
3

3,988,046. 32
2,206,337.46
1,859,006.86
14,831,784.71
3,341,615.80
6, 906, 991. 02

1,621,36195
827, 762.56
678,219.22
4, 967,488.52
978, 090. 68
3,131,415.10

33,133,782.17

12,204,341.03

5,162.049

18,995,507.95

2,323,394.75

38,685,292. 73

8,508,700.33
3, 987,429. 77
13,927,282. 25
487,439.12
1,096,340.62
125,294. 50

3,925,402
2,487, 957
6,221,252
199, 920
625,361
10,250

14,641,820.64
8, 216,896.87
21,666,840.73
629,424.58
1,766, 709.52
96,011.89

1,105,302.50
439,130.00
1,558,679.65
44,850.00
135,640. 74
12,500.00

28,181,225.47
15,131,413.64
43,374,054.63
1,361,633.70
3,624,051.88
244,056.39

16. 57
16. 06
17.27
18.67
17. 65
21.22

81,658,943.28

28,132,486.59

13,470,142

47,017,704.23

3,296,102.89

91,916,435.71

16.88

7
8
9
10
11
1?
13
14
15
16
17
IS
19
?,0
?1
99
93
94
?5
26
91
28
99
30
31
3?
33
34
35
36
37
38

17.51

25,508, 336.91
14,133,958.11
37,670, 080.86
1,093, 890.97
3,080,156. 61
172,519.82

4
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39
40
41
42
43
44

45
46
47
48
50

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY,
ISTo. 69.—LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE OF THE NATIONAL
JANUARY 22, 1904—Continued.
Cash on hand, due from
reserve agents, and in i
the redemption fund.
Deposits.

City, State, and Territory.

Per
cent.

STATES, ETC.—continued.

Virginia
West Virginia

$36. 311,500.05
22,327,634.67

!
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Total, Southern States.
Ohio
Indiana . . .
Illinois
Michigan..
Wisconsin .
Minnesota.
Iowa
Missouri...
Total, Middle Western States.

18,756, 314. 45
5,193, 959.06
2,564, 728.31
2,329, 975.43
4,912, 130.82
3,027,475.11
6,485,302.82
2, 239,339.73
3,121,233.24
31,764,179.45
2,235,695.00
6,877,196.84
10,950,061.14

24. 09
23.26
20.98
24. 65
18.87
29.11
30.57

90,457,591.40

30.73

126,858, 325.42
62, 679,415.13
115,578,632.54
54,235,281.00
52, 399,381.40
39,590,197.41
60,555,776.53
19, 608,923. 84

I
!
!
!
'

12,225,487.61
9,452,298.81
18,739,139.03
10,398,733.19
21,212,426.30
8,798,806.83
10,008,455.25
77,609,417.83
7,102,919.75
24,256,840.11
35,883,871.55
294,357,530.98

\

North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee

31,354, 633.21
19,753, 413. 78
31,484, 000.10
12, 620,340.97
13,007, 829.82
9,719, 924.06
14, 955,420. 41
934. 72
6, 540,

24.72
31. 51
27.24
23.27
24. 82
24. 55
24. 70
33.36

531,511,933.27

139,436,497.07

26.23

2, 823,366. 59
2,835, 266.09
7,106,011.50
13,635, 857.27
3,849,916.99
1,615,870.34
9,006,690.00
1,669,518.82
3,994, 205.82
3,118, 520.76

22. 48
26.15
26. 28
35.08
19.98
31.07
33.10
30.87
34.48
38.33

12, 563, 360.26
10,842, 163.66
X
27,034, 702.8' I
38,868, 913.72
14,881, 018.01
5,201, 231.62
27,212, 013. 52
5, 408, 529.26
11,584, 634.39
8,136, 078. 56

North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma
I n d i a n Territory

161,732,645.87

Total, Western States.
Washington .
Oregon
California . . .
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
Arizona
Alaska"

29,669,751.68
9,947,255.14
26,505,985.84
6,489,083.27
3,152,857.13
842,846.45
3,554,852.37
252,623.70

Total, Pacific States .

49,655,224.18
i
!
!
•
!
f

80,415, 255. 58

6, 489, 442. 56
3,394,351.17
7,338,270.10
1,648, 327.19
727,429.19
158, 543. 08
1,140,942.66
42, 934. 55
20,940,240. 50

Total, Island Possessions

1,331,884.34 I

30.70
21.87
34.12
27. 69
25. 40
23.07
18.81
32.10
17.00

26.04
40.52
18.94

1,106,376.68 !
225,507.66 j

Hawaii«
Porto Rico .

25. 45
31.19
40.93
31.48
28. 35
30.52

490, 993. 20

36.86

Total, country banks

1,834,634,086.38

.8,810,189. 70

26.64

Total, United States

3, 981,869,916.00

1,128,201,931,07

28. 33




a Statement of November 17, 1903.

BEPOBT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

23]

BANKS, YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 6, 1904—Continued.
JANUARY 22, 1904— Continued.
Reserve required, a n d t h e a m o u n t and per cent held
Held.

Required.
Specie.

Available with
reserve agents,
not exceeding
60 per cent of reserve required

Legal
tenders.

Redemption
fund.

Total amount.

Per
cent.

$6,711,029.26
4,016, 094.48
2,224,211.35
1,868,161.16
3,536, 620.51
2,124,512.45
4,315,530.92
1,675,329.21
1,742.971.33
16, 313, 547. 00
1,264,229.98
4,208,989.16
7,050,069. 74

18.47
17.99
18.19
19.76
18.87
20.43
20.34
19.04
17.42
21.02
17.80
17.35
19. 65

after d e d u c t i n g

I

fund.

$5,451,225.01
3,349,145. 20
1,833,823.14
1,417,844.82
2,810, 870.85
1,559,809.98
3,181,863. 95
1,319,821.02
1,501,268.29
11,641,412.67
1,065,437.96
3, 638, 526. 02
5, 382, 580. 73

$1, 808, 528. 62
1,375.157. 36
631,978.25
584,213.27
986, 976. 48
546, 729. 46
1,350,829.55
500,893.60
€18,062. 36
5,579, 615.91
417,625.20
1,328,013.19
2,215, 019.90

$1,537,645
558,351
456,543
401,196
802, 741
619,542
999,561
357,818
203,708 i
3,569,892
197,887
576,564
1,532,650

$3,129,554. 04
1,899.838.62
1,047,199.56
802, 639.39
1,595,951.73
902, 353. 49
1,825,085.37
754,805.11
870,100.97
6,716.060.37
625, 080. 28
2,001,171.06
3,120,271.33

$235, 301. 60
182,747.50
88,490.54
80,112.50
150,951.30
55,887.50
140,055. 00
61,812.50
51,100.00
447,978. 72
23,637.50
303,240.91
182,128.51

44,153,629. 64

17, 943,643.15

11,814,098

25,290,111.32

2,003,444.08

57,051,296.55 j 19.38

19,028,748. 81
9,401,912.27
17,336,794.88
8,135,292.15
7,859, 907. 21
5, 939, 429. 61
9,083,366.48
2,941,338.58

6,576,611.77
4,383,572.27
6,060,433.77
3,001,394.61
2,814,561.55
2,247,345.43
2,909,015.18
1,033,336.44

4,188,694
2,073,397
2,864,640
1,250,842
1,087,465
688,890
1,432,921
567,837

10,915,583.55
5,407,607.95
9,991.662.94
4,708,635.99
4,590,194.23
3,450,068.77
5,191,048.90
1,677,351.65

836,109.57
389,232. 35
684,023.32
287,565.50
209,483. 50
189,315.00
431,618.31
145, 752. 50

22,516,998.89 17.75
12,253,809.57 i 19.55
19, 600, 760. 03 16. 96
9,248,438.10 17.05
8,701,704.28 16.61
6,575,619.20 | 16.67
9,964,603.39 16.46
3, 424,277. 59 17.46

79, 726, 789. 99

29,026,271.02

14,154,686

45,932,153.98

3,173,100.05

92,286,211.05

17.36

1,884,504.04
1,626,324.55
4,055,205.43
5, 830,337. 06
2,232,152.70
780,184. 74
4,081,802.03
811,279.39
1,737,695.16
1,220,411.78

525, 832. 89
655,007. 20
1,123,334.14
2,120,009. 63
1,191,248.15
315,709.25
2,117,125.43
298, .958.20
730,400. 25
581,965.31

394,155
245,891
612,054
952,895
421,332
81,597
759, 731
232,177
366,332
234,968

1,096,554.92
943, 595. 73
2,335,576.16
3, 346,898.73
1,308,024.12
454,400.85
2,396, 583. 86
464,207.63
1,001,329.60
682,196.57

56,912.50
53, 665. 00
162,578.50
252,172.50
52,112.50
22,850. 00
87,495. 60
37, 600.00
68,812.50
83,417.50

2,073,455. 31
1,898,158.93
4,233,542.80
6,671,975.86
2,972, 716. 77
874, 557.10
5,360,935. 89
1,032,942.83
2,166,874. 35
1,582,547.38

16.51
17. 57
15.66
17.17
19. 98
16.81
19. 70
19.10
18.70
19.45

24,259,896.88

9, 659, 590. 45

4,301,132

14,029,368.17

877,616.60

28,867,707.22

17.85

4,450,462.75
1.492,088.27
3,975, 897.88
973,362. 49
472,928. 57
126, 426. 97
533,227. 86
37,893. 55

2,825,356.45
1,070,165.60
2, 627, 823. 65
513,593. 90
303,992. 50
46, 964. 55
309,901.64
18,891. 50

158,238
54,921
3 97,894
120,435
23,546
4,299
114,757
.1,295

2,621,836.65
877,671.46
2, 320,078. 73
573,602.99
274,787.14
69,241.18
308,521.71
22,123. 05

80,735. 00
29,302. 50
109,100.00
17,357.50
14, 950. 00
11,025.00
19, 025. 00
625.00

5,686,166.10
2, 032, 060. 56
5,254,896.38
1,224,989.39
617,275.64
131,529.73
752,205.35
42,934. 55

19.16
20. 43
19. 83
18.81
19.58
15. 65
21.16
17.00

12.062, 288. 34

7,716,689.79

675,385

7,067,862.91

282,120.00

15, 742, 057. 70

19.58

165,956.50
33,826.15

362,101, 50
7,509. 33

190
15,000

82, 656. 53
15,210. 84

3, 325.00
5,000,00

448,273.03
42,720.17

40.52
18.94

199,782.65

369, 610. 83

15,190

97,867. 37

8,325.00

490,093.20

36. 86

275,195,112. 95

105, 052,632,86

49,592, 682

158, 430, 575. 93 11,964,103.37

325,039,994.16

17.72

812,004, 070. 36

453,191,553.21 161,434,599

282,488,994. 77 18,859,350.37

915,974,497.35

23.00




51
5?
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63

64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71

7?
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81

82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89

90
91

232

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
No. 69.—LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE OF THE NATIONAL

MARCH 28, 1904.
Cash on hand, due from
reserve agents, and in
the redemption fund.
City, State, and Territory,

Deposits.
Per
cent.

CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES.

New York .
Chicago . . .
! St.Louis...

$845,989. 690. 54
204,096^ 439.82
92,038,503.81

Total, central reserve cities .

1,142,124,634.17

$249,172,710.27
50,454,360.46
24,258,549.18

29.45
24.72
26.36

323,885,619. 91 28.36

OTHER RESERVE CITIES.

164,056,394.38
19,050,781.58
17, 607,618.63
193,531,053.58
116,797,709.27
49,159, 963.40
20.345,451.07
1,192,908. 39
22,607,876.34
18,373,146.59
10,076, 278.50
5,566,498.38
8,511,961.17
48;800,961.37
41,686, 635.69
14,474,333.98
22,375,394.21
17,335,869.75
32,475,758.80
3,669,888.81
6,869,539. 37
2,532,479.06
21,349,559.34
19,950, 772.21
5,324,945.59
3,872,850.22
58,905, 979.47
8,177,606.25
3,493, 518.97
22.512,672.08
33,180,607.50
4,161,774. 08
32,003,902.77
23,083,184.56
11,930,869.23

Boston
Albany
Brooklyn
Philadelphia
Pittsburg
Baltimore
Washington
Savannah
New Orleans
Louisville
Dallas
Fort Worth
Houston
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Indianapolis
Detroit
Milwaukee
Cedar Rapids
Des Moines
Dubuque
St. Paul
Minneapolis
Kansas City, Kans.
Wichita
Kansas City, Mo . . .
St. Joseph
Lincoln
Omaha
Denver
Salt Lake City
San Francisco
Los Angeles
Portland, Oreg

53,962,343.98
5.572,300. 00
4,894, 030. 99
60,716,329.24
29,460,169. 71
15,767,274.82
7,064,077.11
192,171.35
6,087,516.44
5,654, 622. 45
4,490,219.59
2,335, 089.14
4.793,692.86
11.763,345.28
9,414, 588. 98
3,700, 748.12
8,682,531.50
4,171,003.16
7,555,877.76
1,022, 758.13
1,804, 382.17
866,001.10
6,581,624.67
4,680,727.26
1,736,452.82
1,282,627.63
22.427,210.29
2,337,791.68
653,052.49
7,824,129.13
12,110, 509.96
1,432,289. 38
11,049,482.01
7,944,562. 33
3.701,773.87

32.89
29.25
27.79
31.37
25. 22
32.07
34.73
16.11
26.93
30.77
44.56
41.95
56. 32
24.10
22.58
25.57
38.80
24.06
23.27
27.87
28. 33
34.20
30.83
23.46
32.61
33.12
38.07
28.59
18.66
34.75
36.50
34.42
34. 53
34.42
31.03

Total, other reserve cities .

1,084,552,744.59

333,733,307.40

30.77

Total, all reserve cities

2,526,677,378.76

657,618,927.31

26.03

26,926,238.04
14,616,159.00
12,086,889.86
98,798, 745. 55
20,893, 382.79
45,746,935.83

6,529,799.19
3,820,424.73
3,002,845.62
23,545,294. 09
4,844,253.96
13,475, 282.02

24.25
26.14
24.84
23.83
23.19
29.46

Total, New England States.
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
,
Maryland
District of Columbia .

219,067,351.07

55,217,899.61

25.21

166,692, 509.62
91,268,424.99
254,654,155.06
7,030,211.90
20,490, 138.92
1,192, 798.35

35,561,542.41
22,711,117.88
58,262,822. 36
1,760,834.15
4,548,865.51
54% 405.85

21.33
24.88
22.88
25.01
22. 20
5.72

Total, Eastern States .

541, 328,238. 84

STATES, ETC.

Maine
New Hampshire.
Vermont
Massachusetts...
Rhode Island
Connecticut




123,390,588.16

22.79

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

238

BANKS, YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 6, 1904—Continued.
MARCH 28, 1904.
Reserve required, a n d t h e amount a n d per cent held.
Held.

Required.

Specie.

Legal
tenders.

Available with
reserve agents,
not exceeding
50 per cent of re- Redemption Total amount. Per
serve required
fund.
cent.
after deducting
redemption
fund.

$211,497,422.64 $203,062,301.27 $44,199,259
51 024 109.95 33,235, 516.46 17 006,59^
16,756,322.68
6,895,147
23,009,625.95

$1,911,150.00 $249,172,710.27
212 250.00 50,454 360.46
24,258,549.18
607,079.50

29.45
24 72
26.36

323,885,619.91

28.36

42,300,807.11
4,112,795.90
4,415, 687.63
49,416,952.07
29,460,169.71
12, 371, 224.63
5, 513,379.38
192,171.35
5,767,585. 79
4,444,896.37
2, 576,570. 77
1,466,412.50
3,042, 712.20
11,763,345.28
9,414,588.98
3,700,748.12
6,635,043.48
4,010,124. 47
7,528,781.85
882,123.60
1,571,269.37
621,561.18
5,365,273.38
4, 680, 727.26
1,580,467. 95
830,405.28
13,407,994.83
2,032,245.93
653,052.49
5,824,798.11
9,688,781.80
1,384,611.51
11,049,482.01
6, 956, 737. 48
3,701,773.87

25.78
21.59
25.08
25.53
25. 22
25.17
27.09
16.11
25.51
24.19
25.57
26.34
35.75
24.10
22.58
25.57
29.65
23.13
23.18
21.04
24.67
24. 54
25.13
23.40
29.30
21.44
22. 76
24.85
18.66
25.87
29.20
33.27
34.53
30.14
31.03
25.66

285,531,158.54

253, 054,140.41

68,101,000

41,014,098.60
4, 762,695.39
4,401,904.65
48,382, 763.40
29,199,427.32
12,289,990.85
5,086,362.77
298,227.10
5,651,969.09
4,593,286. 65
2,519,069. 62
1,391,624.60
2,127, 990.29
12,200,240. 34
10,421,658.92
3,618,583. 50
5,593,848. 55
4,333,967.44
8,118,939. 70
917,472.20.
1,592,384.84
633,119. 76
5,337,389.84
4.987,693.05
1,331,236.40
968,212.55
14,726,494.87
2,044,401.56
874,879. 74
5,628,168.02
8,295,151.88
1,040,443.52
8,000,975.69
5,770,796.14
2,982,717.31

17,169, 985.81
898,485.20
1,524,954.30
21,196, 599.87
12,446,647.80
4,618,018.20
1,687,446.00
92,064.00
1,758,601.25
949,515.05
754,123.46
231,300.20
1,185,232.05
2,647,032. 71
3,123,263.25
1,249,833.75
2,563,720.45
1,212,615.75
2,574,101.50
360,762.50
454,750.95
238,126.30
2,193,849.46
1, 756,848.50
376,357.75
241,149.00
5,223,007.40
665,477.15
188,092.00
1,883,946.10
3,497,215.86
779,519.75
7,631,033.45
3,821,658.41
2,464, 681.60

4,429,737
814,213
674,981
3,742, 858
5,024,778
1,504,711
1,252,277
20,415
1,145, 825
1,100,863
540,900
518,500
778,985
3,131,213
1,846,221
1,059,772
1,250,780
598,250
849,148
57,000
309,076
60,000
480,129
534, 549
495,992
99,075
765,715
331,943
96,030
1,096,693
1,987,740
58,620
29,179
164,806
13,236

$20,313,014. 30
2,362,597. 70
2,186,152.33
23,905,269.20
11,460,593.91
6,041,495.43
2, 512,706.38
64,692.35
2,788, 809.54
2,199,768.32
1,237,522.31
675,012.30
1,049,495.15
5, 739, 924. 57
4,260,229.73
1,336,142.37
2.773,305.53
2,124,708.72
4,013, 407. 35
453, 111. 10
784,942.42
309,684.88
2,646,094.92
2, 319,329. 76
643,118.20
478,031.28
7,307,222.43
1,009,575.78
405, 9?0.49
2,784,009.01
4,091,325. 94
493,971.76
3,067,642.06
2,800,523.07
1,171,356.27

109,610,016. 78 36,864,210

127,820, 716.86

4,049,860. 00 278, 344,303.64

556,669,344. 69 362,664,157.19 104,965,210

127,820,716.86

6,779,839. 50

370,397
297,137
258,695
2,446,803
587,831
998,301

Not exceeding 60
per cent.
2,250,467.07
1,177,859.31
953,705.09
8,320,027.10
1,742,614.45
3,811,809.22

288,157.25
229,325.00
223,525.00
953,100.00
229, 650. 00
508,875.00

4,525,324.68
2,501, 698.85
2,085,839.55
16,616, 250.29
3,457, 926.67
8,225,504.46

16.81
17.12
17.26
16.82
16.55
17.98

271,138,186.15

2,730,479.50
388,070.00
37,500.00
29,600. 00
572,225.00
528,150.00
207,000. 00
60,950.00
15,000. 00
74,350.00
193,750.00
44,025.00
41, 600.00
29,000.00
245,175.00
184,875.00
55,000.00
47,237. 50
61,550.00
92,125.00
11,250.00
22,500.00
13,750. 00
45,200.00
70,000. 00
45,000. C
O
12,150. 00
112,050.00
25,250.00
13,000. 00
60,150.00
112,500.00
52,500.00
321,627.50
169, 750. 00
52,500.00

1
o
3

4
5
6

7

8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
90
91
9,2
93

94

95
96
97
98
9,9
30
31
39
33
34
35
36
37
38

602, 229,923. 55 23.84

4,038, 935. 71
2,192,423.85
1,813,033.48
14,819, 811.83
3,134,007.42
6,861,890.37

1,616,303.36
797,377.54
649,914.46
4,893,320.19
897,831.22
2,996,519.24

32,860,102.66

11,854, 266.01

4,869,164

18,256,482.24

2,432,632.25

37,412,544.50

17.08

25,003,876.44
13,690,263.75
38,198,123.26
1,0-54,531.79
3,073, 520.84
178,919.75

8,098,188.92
3,905,237.29
13,716,695.14
444,937.65
1,003,295. 36
94,565.00

3,448,756
2,526,464
6,312,973
171,151
557,541
44,100

14,339,193.87 1,105,220.00
7,951,604.25
437, 590.00
21, 963. 622. 72 1,592,05. 40
005, 659. 07
45,100.00
1,761,065.18
138,412.20
99,851.85
12,500.00

26, 991,358. 79
14, 820,895.54
43,585,376.26
1,266,847.72
3,465,313.74
251,016.85

16.19
16.24
17.12
18.01
16.91
21.04

81,199,235.83

27,267,919.36

13,060,985

4 >, 720,996.94 3,330,907.60

90,380,£08. 90 16.70




39
40
41
49
43
44

45
46
47
48
49
50

234

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
N o . 6 9 . — L A W F U L M O N E Y R E S E R V E OF T H E N A T I O N A L
MARCH 28, 1904—Continued.

j
!

City, State, and Territory.

Cash on hand, due from
reserve agents, and in ;
the redemption fund.

Deposits.
Amount.

STATES, ETC.—continued."
51 Virginia
52 West Virginia
53 North Carolina
5-1 South Carolina
55 Georgia
56 ! Florida
•>7 j Alabama
58 | Mississippi
59 Louisiana
80 ! Texas
61 | Arkansas
6 2 I Kentucky
6 3 f Tennessee
Total, Southern States
I

•

j
'
I

292,963,923.40

86,423, 443. 48

29.50 |

30,249, 373.71
19,500, 61.59
32,365, 960.12
12,202, 328.17
13, 345, 793.38
9,124, 944.30
16,028, 908.84
6,814, 958. 60

24.00
31.10
26.90
22.10
24.85
22. 95
25.38
33.83

12,975,090.71
11,422,475.96
28,654,149.52
40,084,357.16
14,832, 308. 74
5,099,519.53
28,022, 846. 65
5,332, 793. 81
11,475,321.43
7, 853,128.25
165,751,991.76 j

Total, Western States
Washington
Oregon ^
California
Idaho
Utah
Nevada..
Arizona .
Alaska « .
Total, Pacific States
90 I H a w a i i « . . .
91 Porto R i c o .
Total, island possessions

670.18
154. 96
441. 55
909. 52
208.35
374.77
997.82
721.15

541,046, 478. 30 j

; North Dakota
' South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
| New Mexico
I Oklahoma
; I n d i a n Territory

82
83
84
5
85 i
86 i
87 ;
88 ;
89

21.75
22. 04
20.42
18.39
21.88
26.85
29.87
24. 23
33.10
39.53
37.71
28.25
31.48

=i

Ohio
Indiana . . .
Illinois
Michigan..
Wisconsin .
Minnesota.
Iowa .
Missouri
Total, Middle States

72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81

$8,244, 632.26
4,808, 024.05
2,451, 876.87
943.82
4,068, 836.00
2,988, 368.60
6,341, 632.32
2,110, 534.05
3, 221, 431.54
28,783, 186.30
3,142, 575. 61
6, 925, 016.02
11,652, 386.04

126,
62,
120,
55,
53,
39,
63
20,

'

$37, 909, 349.23 i
21,811, 290.02 •
;
12,009, 927.39 !
9,163, 267.46 I
18,600, 183.67 |
11,128, 019.16
21,228, 856.74
8,710, 268.61
9, 732, 795.76
72,812, 969.89
8,333, 010.71
24,510 725.78
37,013, 258.98

;

,

31, 539,
10,204,
26,026,
6,526
3,191,
861,
3, 790,
238

655.
816.
842.
540
121.
596.
772
666

76
23
91
36
91
05
78
82

139, 633,028. 71 2b. 81
3,125, 998.43
3,189, 075.29
8, 625, 375. 58
14,895, 902. 58
4, 352, 220. 52
1,373, 676.34
10,007 153. 92
1,705 562.16
4,577 970.13
%
2,889 672.11

24. 09
27. 92
30. 10
37.16
29.34
26.94 I
35.71 !
31.98
39.89
36.80

54,742,607.06 i 33.03 j
8, 299,291.87
3, 342,049.79
7, 320,105.51
1, 530,130 15
1, 023,303.82
167,171.10
1, 366,694. 51
60,893.12

26. 31
32. 75
28. 13
23 44
32. 07
19 40
36. 05
25 51

82,380,012.82

23,109, 639. 87 I 28. 05

879, 681.47
233, 727. 33

318.010.67 1 36.15
119,276.86 | 51.03

1,113,408.80

437,287. 53

39.2'

Total, country banks

1,843,651,404.99

Total, United States

4, 370,328,783. 75 1,140,573,421.73 ! 26.10




a Statement of January 22, 1904.

482,954,494.42 j 26.20 !

REPORT OF THE

COMPTROLLER OF THE

CURRENCY.

235

BANKS, YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 6, 1904 — Continued.
MARCH 28, 1904—Continued.
Reserve required, a n d the a m o u n t raid per cent held.
Held.
Available with

I reserve agents,
not exceeding
Legal
60 percent of re-j Redemption
v twl
I tenders. | serve required
"
iii nd.
i
I after deducting
i
! redemption
I
fund.

He quired.

$5,686,402.39
3,271,693.50
1,801,489.11
i; 374,490.12
2,790,027.55
1,669, 202.87
3.184, 328. 51
1,306,540.29
1,459,919.36
10, 921, 945.48
1,249, 951.61
3, 676, 608. 87
5,551,988.85

:

J

SI,250,725 |
562,391 !
459,161 j
288,587 j
818,220
531,490 j
1,056,995 !
375,528 '
218,591 j
3,297,552 I
284,045 j
596,653 i
1,282,789 i

81, 736, 411.32
1.244, 959.09
'644, 259.21
545, 067.91
960, 598. 21
500, 093.00
1,348, 263.59
452, 064.08
562, 974. 31
4, 991, 487. 39
579, 114.13
1,268, 787. 59
1,937, 662.42

43,944,588.51 j 16,771,742.25 j 11,022,727;
18,909,250.53 I
9,405,923.24 I
18,045, 366. 23
8,282,536.43
8,056,081.25
5,964,206.22 \
9,471,899.67 I
3,021,708.17 I

6,239,816.59 \
4,199,893.00 !
" -•6,194,590.32 j'
2,874,229.10 |
2,670,123.15
2,218,080.24
3,082,624.17
1,024,903.89

3,939,558 !
2,001,105 |
3,154,256
1,199,133 i
1,032,321 j
644,164 !
1,551,C
526,144 |

81,156,971.74 j 28,504,260.46 j 14,047,768 j
1,946,263.61
1,713,371.39
4,298,122.43
6,012,653.57
2, 224, 846. 31
764,927. 93
4, 203,427.00
799, 919.07
1, 721,298.21
1,177,969.24
24,862,798.76 |

4,730,948. 36
1, 530, 722.43
3,904,026.44
978,981.05
478,668.29
129,239. 41
568, 615. 92
35; 800.02
12, 357,001.92
131, 952. 22
35,059.10

332,867
503, 667.80
312,511
638, 617.05
630,164 i
1,123, 930.26
2,173, 129.18 i 1,089,706 :
?
479,997 i
1, 253,916. 95
73,818 !
317, 025.05
712,052 !
554.91
2, 003,
146,967 i
324, 260.55
347,893 I
737, 147.55
234,407 i
539, 897.04
9,615,146.34 ! 4,366,382

Per

#3,270,785.87 j 1235,092. 60 $6,493, 014. 79 i 17.13
3,839, 275.19 | 17.56
1.859.652.60 I 172,272. 50
1,031,220.04 i 82,789.05 , 2,21 429.30 I 18.46
1, 684,943.82 18.39
78^462.50 |
772,826.41
1,582,995.03 | 151,702.50 I 3, 513,515.74 ! 18.89
2,055, 909. 72 i 18.48
57,012.50 !
967,314.22
1.820.271.61 I 150,542.50 ; 4,376 072.70 ! 20.61
1.632; 741.25 I 18.75
53,062.50
752,086.67 I
1, 678,706.93 I 17.25
52, 975. 00
844,166.62 I
477,856. 27
15,033, 349.19 j 20.65
6, 266, 453.f3 !
25,375.00 !
1,623, 280. C 9 i 19.48 | 61
734,745.96 :
316,340.91
4,197, 942. 27
2,016,160.77 ,
191.863.50 :
6, f 2 ;390.13 17.91
3,216,075.21 •
.,134,754.54 j 2,045,347.33 : 54,974,571.12 j 18.76
10,838,861.19
5,411,086.20
10,399,897.60
4,796,217.86
4,703,649.45
3,460,452.73
5,408,133.90
1,724,778.40

i
1
!
i
i
;
i
!

844,481.87
387,446.25
712,203.57
288,840.00
216,665.50
196,785.00
458,343.18
147,077.50 i

21, 862, S17. 65 17.34 64
11,999,530.45 19.14 |65
20,460,917.49 17. U 66
9,158,419.96 16.59 67
8,622,759.10 16.06
6,519,481.97 16. 40
10,500.188.25 I 16.63
3,422,903.79 ! 16.99

46,743,077.33 | 3,251,842.87 ; 92,546,948.66 | 17.11
1,133,123.16
995,336.34
2,478,296.36
3, 442, 814.14
1,303,670.08 |
444,496.76
2,467,249.20 I
457,016.44 |
991,177.93 I
655,024.04 ;
14,368,204.45 \

57,725.00
54,477.50
167,628.50
274,630.00
52,062.85
24,100.00
91,345.00
38,225.00
69,335.00 ,
86,262. 50
915,791.35
80, 735.00
29,302.50
129, 845.00
17, 782.50
14,950.00
10,225. 00
19,950.00
625. 00

2,898,459. 00
1,036,173. 80
2, 295, 260 98
514,938. 60
302, 547.10
36, 029.40
331,890. 26
46,015. 00

202,479
54,474
259.874
94,844
11.427
3, 368
108,897

7,461,314.14

735,363

7,225,300.25 j

195
30,520

74 176. 33
18 035. 46

229,753. 55
48,711.00 i

Total a m o u n t . \

92, 211. 79

2,027,382.96
2,000,941.89
4,406,019.12
6, 980, 279. 32
3,089, 646. 88
859, 43y. 81
5,274,201.11
966,468. 99
2,145, 553. 48
1,515,590.58

15.63 72
17.52
15.38
17.41
20.83
16.85
18. 82
18.12
18.70
19.30

29,265, 524.1-i
18.93 182
19.80 83
19.02
18. 45
19.03
14. 05
20. 84
25. 51

303,415.00

15, 725, 392. 39 : 19. 09

8,325.00
5,000.00

312,449.88 j 35.52
102,266.46 | 43.75

167 011.32

278, 464.55

30 715

00

414,716.34 ! 37.25

276, 547, 710.74

101, 753, 113.11

48, 133, 101

158,541,027.54 112,293,261.40

320,720,506.05 1 17.40

833, 217 055.43

464, 417 270. 30 153, 098 314

286,361,744.40 19,073,100. 90

922, 950, 429. 60 j 21.12 I




13, 325.

236

EEPOET OF THE COMPTEOLLEE OF THE CUEEENCY.
No. 69.—LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE OF THE NATIONAL
JUNE 9, 1904.
Cash on hand, due from
reserve agents, and in
the redemption fund.
City, State, and Territory.

Deposits.
Amount.

Per
cent.

8925,488,839.13
209, 256,194.43
92, 308,493.94

$266,508,829.82
54, 710,816.85
24,465,621.86

28.80
26.15
26.50

1,227,053,027.50

345, 685,268.53

28.17

178,883,937.44
21,701,438.92
19,706,353.82
199, 986,051. 08
117,272,462.51
49, 695, 751.26
19,288,406.80
1,011,568.19
21,127,241.72
18,587,563.45
8,599,176.94
5,275,065. 36
7,771,196.80
45,700,047.31
43,286,745.75
14,736,698. 26
22,530,358. 82
17,745,998.24
32,177,186. 91
3,632,823.11
6,319,324.00
2,400,909. 91
20,408,608.18
20,084,543,45
5,668,026.58
3,586,201.00
56,679,017.97
8,994,575.47
4,197,598.37
24,559,169.62
33,292, 386.28
4,441,712.26
27,671,382.68
23,850,067.03
11,572,840.70

65,877,550.75
7,113,210.41
6,110, 502.67
63,794,917.81
28,423,041.87
14,727,315.59
6,043,800. 50
288,480.78
6,215,562.25
6,017,086.91
2, 915, 914.65
1,996,959.98
4,445,805.94
14,680,030. 77
10,899,128.25
3, 660, 870. 21
8,828,629. 58
5,325,425.89
8,033, 512.80
942,206.72
1,790,169. 00
803,489.19
6,413,137.52
5,090,272. 74
1,665,942. 60
1,157,823. 62
18,104,929.28
2,815,830.00
1,029,562.34
9,605,117.34
12,576,080.02
1,552,666. 61
8,954,926.48
8,711,516.12
3,775,143.02

36.83
32. 78
31.01
31.90
24.24
29.63
31.33
28.52
29.42
32.37
33.91
37.86
57.21
32.12
25.18
24.84
39.19
30.01
24.99
25.94
28.33
33.46
31.42
25.34
29.39
32.29
31.94
31.31
24.53
39.11
37.77
3196
32.36
36.53
32.62

CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES.
1
2
3

New York
Chicago
St. Louis
Total, central reserve cities
OTHER RESERVE CITIES.

4
5
fi
7
8
9
0
1
l
>
<
1

L57

s
>0

>1
)9

>S
>4
>5
>6

>8
>9

^1
V>
\4
}5

36
37
iS

Boston
Albany
Brooklyn
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Baltimore
Washington
Savannah
New Orleans
Louisville
Dallas
. .
Fort Worth
Houston
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Indianapolis
Detroit
Milwaukee
Cedar Rapids
Des Monies
..
Dubuque
St. Paul
Minneapolis
Kansas Citv, Kans
Wichita
Kansas City, Mo
St. Joseph
Lincoln
Omaha
Denver
Salt Lake City
San Francisco
Los Angeles
Portland, Oreg
Total, other reserve cities

1,102,442,436.14

350,386,560. 21 31.78

Total, all reserve cities

2,329,495,463. 64

696,071,828. 74 29.88

STATES, ETC.
10
11
12
43
14

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut
Total, New England States

15
16
17
48
19
50

New Jersey
Pennsylvania
..
Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia
Total Eastern States




27,369,062.73
14,855,388.27
11,907, 563,79
103,973,500.26
20,746,551. 05
46,625,724.06

6,650,537.14
4,164,837. 62
3,389,946.41
25,056,424 12
5,249,075. 23
14,134,199.45

24.30
28.04
28 47
24.10
25. 30
30.31

225,477,790.16

58,645,019.97

26.01

174,392,404. 98
93,433,965.48
255,281,064.71
7,177,626.18
21,271,596.85
1,233, 424.87

38, 908,049.46
24, 390,073.25
57,358,C99.20
1,827,906.00
4,639,442.93
513,125.55

22. 31
26.10
22.47
25.47
21.81
41.60

552,790,083.07

127,636,696.39

23.09

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

237

BANKS, YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 6, 1904—Continued.
JUNE 9, 1904.
Reserve required, and the amount and per cent helc
Held.

Required.

Specie.

Legal

tenders.

Available with
reserve agents,
not exceeding
50 per cent of re- Redemption Total amount. Per
fund.
serve required
cent.
after deducting
redemption
fund.

8231 379 084 78 $213 641 642 32 $50 830,746
52,314 048.61 34,402,483.85 20,094,233
18,053,115.86 5,768,709
23,077,123.49
306,763,256. 88 266,097,242.03
44, 720,984. 36
5,425,359. 73
4, 926, 588.46
49,996,512. 77
29,318,115. 63
12,423,937. 82
4,822,101.70
252,892.05
5,281,810.43
4,646,890.86
2,149, 794.24
1,318,766.34
1,942,799.20
11,425,011.83
10,821,686.44
3,684,174. 57
5,632,589.71
4,436, 499.56
8,044,296.72
908,205.77
1,579,831.00
600,227. 48
5,102,152.04
5,021,135. 86
1,417,006.63
896, 550.25
14,169,754.49
2,248, 643.87
1,049,399.59
6,139,792.40
8,323,096. 57
1,110,428.06
6,917,845. 67
5,962,516. 76
2,893,210.17
275,610,609.03

16,803, 883.40
1,062, 774. 60
2,049, 433. 30
23,812,255.84
12,587,957.20
4,423,835.05
1,968,908. 45
86,432. 00
2,031, 661.05
1,135,773.10
682, 720.10
281,266. 00
1,132,928.80
3,516,131.27
3,583,370.00
1, 465, 596. 65
2,752,014.50
1,385, 581.00
2,662,970.00
387,932. 00
616,309.13
227, 240. 30
2,452,036.30
1,807,130.10
416,461. 80
259,889. 55
5,495,650.45
743,257.90
139,849. 65
1,998,813.70
3, 756, 583. 65
743,599.00
6,454,812. 85
4,222,878.85
2,373,852.85
115,521,790.39

$2,036 441 50 $266 508 829 82 28 80
214,100 00 54,710 816 85 26 15
643,797.00 24,465, 621,86 26.50

76,693,688

2,894,338. 50 345,685,268. 53 28.17

6,097, 523
1,366,333
884,263
3,853,445
5,288,614
1,016, 591
548,011
15, 000
704,277
1,227,804
544,525
569,760
578,604
4,631,559
3,196,471
1,026,323
1,245,600
1,103,217
990,500
59,000
337,625
60,447
412,225
454,722
491, 740
181,920
1,051,345
285,509
139,210
1, 015,554
1, 690, 245
60,690
46,319
132,858
15,614

$22,176, 243. 43
2,693,929. 87
2, 448,494.23
24,687,116.39
10,012, 320.67
6,099,738.91
2,356, 825.85
118,946.02
2,603,405.22
2,223,695.43
1,051,534.62
631,308.17
956,899. 60
5,581, 543. 41
3,907, 562.25
1, 111, 450.56
2,769,051.10
2,184,499. 78
3,976,085.86
448,477. 89
778,165. 50
292,488. 74
2, 524, 401.40
2,473,692.93
686,003.32
442,025.13
7,027,269.75
1,111,696.93
517,949.80
3,037,271.20
4,105,298.29
528,964. 03
2,104,544. 63
2,895,508. 38
1,333,176.17

41,318,443

127,897,565.46

582,373,865. 91 381,619,032. 42 118,012,131

368,497. 50
37,500.00
29,600.00
622,280. 00
539,150.00
224,500.00
108,450.00
15,000.00
75,000.00
199, 500. 00
46,725.00
56,150.00
29,000. 00
261,925. 00
211,725.00
57,500.00
94,487.50
67,500. 00
92,125.00
11,250.00
23,500. 00
15,259. 00
53,350. 00
73,750.00
45,000. 00
12,500.00
115,215. 00
25,250. 00
13,500.00
65,250. 00
112,500.00
52,500.00
349,250.00
171,500.00
52,500.00
4,328,680.00

45,446,147. 33
5,160,537.47
5,411, 790. 53
52,975,097.23
28, 423, 041. 87
11,764, 644.96
4,982,195. 30
235,378.02
5,414,343.27
4, 786, 772. 53
2,325, 504.72
1,538,484.17
2, 697,432.40
13,991,158. 68
10,899,128. 25
3,660,870.21
6,861,153.10
4, 740, 797. 78
7, 721, 680. 86
906,659.89
1,755,599. 63
595,426.04
5, 442, 012. 70
4,809,295. 03
1,639,205.12
896, 334. 68
13, 689,480. 20
2,165, 713. 83
810,509.45
6,116,888.90
9,664,626.94
1,385,753.03
8, 954, 926. 48
7,422,745.23
3,775,143.02

Not exceeding 60
per cent.
2,287,808.80
1,200,739.94
944,825. 74
8, 780, 661. 92
1, 732,073. 49
3,891,846. 67

1, 617,619. 38
854,762.07
693,184.28
5,174,574.43
882,864.91
3,276, 369. 63

418,697
320,312
300,137
2, 790,254
551,133
1,100,217

33,821,668. 52

12,499,374.70

5,480,750

26,158,860.74
14,015,094.82
38,292,159. 71
1,076,643.93
3,190,739.53
185,013.73

8, 795,287,63
4, 412,367.92
14, 396, 765.71
412,213.04
1,034,277.67
97, 335. 00

4,098,871
2,877,848
6, 744, 602
196,471
623,762
48,800

82,918,512.46

29,148,268.97

14,590,354

47, 707,025.80

292, 344. 75
227,075.00
211,425.00
961,588. 50
225,193.50
507,447.50

25.41
23.78
27.46
26. 49
24.24
23. 67
25.83
23. 27
25.63
25.75
27.04
29.17
34.71
30.62
25.18
24.84
30.45
26.71
24. 00
24.96
27.78
24.79
26.67
23.95
28.92
24.99
24.15
24.08
19.31
24.91
29. 03
31.20
32.36
31.12
32.62

4
5
6

7

8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
9,0
21
9,9
23
24
?5
96

27
9,8
29
30
31
39.
33
34
35
36
37
38

289,066,478. 85 26.22

127,897,565. 46 7,223,018. 50 634, 751, 747.38

4,105,359.40
2,228,308. 24
1,786,134. 57
15,596, 025.04
3,111 982.66
6,993,858.61




0

3

27.25

4, 616, 469. 93
2, 602,889.01
2,149,572.02
17, 707, 078. 85
3,391,264.90
8,775, 880.80

16.87
17. 52
18.05
17.03
16. 35
18.82

18,837,956. 56 2, 425,074.25

39,243,155.51

17.40

15,017,728.95 1,129,312.50
8,143,285. 39
442, 952.50
21, 993,596. 34 1,6M, 165.80
619,391. 36
44,325. 00
1,829,515.52
141,547.00
103,508.24
12,500. 00

29,041,200.08
15,876,453.81
44,771,129. 85
1,272,422. 40
3,629,102.19
262,143.24

16.65
16.99
17.54
17.73
17.06
21.25

94,852,451.57

17.16

3,406,802. 80

39
40
41
49
43
44

45
46
47
48
49

50

238

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OB1 THE CURRENCY.
No. 6 9 . — L A W F U L M O N E Y RESERVE OF THE NATIONAL

JUNE 9, 1904—Continued.

I
City, State, and Territory.

Cash on hand, due from
reserve agents, and in
the redemption fund.

Deposits.
Amount.

Per
cent.

878,185.47
5, 138,115. 26
2, 255,703.03
1, 711.286.82
3, 844,126. 69
3> 449.843.83
6, 184,508. 05
2, 024,106.74
2, 317,937.87
22, 972,924.00
2, 708,585.37
6, 608,780.26
10, 541,998.31

23.01
22.48
19.14
20.48
21.85
29.57
31. 09
22.93
26.00
34.05
30.54
26.60
29.06

285, 913, 275.32

78,636,101.70

27.50

125, 704, 525. 05
65,864, 206. 05
120, 478, 385.21
55,089, 673.20
52, 362, 584.58
41,357,069.71
61,875,405.27
19,330, 523.38

29,572, 051. 01
20, 822, 337. 63
32, 934, 631.56
12, 034, 578. 2S
12,272, 688.77
10,204, 781.51
15,314, 866. 24
5,923, 739.34

23.53
31.61
27.34
21. 85
23.44
24. 67
24. 75
30.64

542,062,372.45

139,079,67134

25.66

STATES, ETC.—continued.

Virginia
West Virginia .
North Carolina.
South Carolina.
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee

$38,578,668.28 ]
22,857,432.46 j
11,782,873.39
8, 355,503.91
17,589,402.65
11,668,523.73
19, 892, 757.74
8,828,845.12
8,915,706.94
67,471,144.90
8.868,830. 71
24,832, 828.18
36,270, 757.31

Total, Southern States .
Ohio
Indiana . . .
Illinois
Michigan..
Wisconsin .
Minnesota.
Iowa
Missouri...
Total, Middle States
North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Indian Territory .
Total, Western States.
Washington .
Oregon
California . . .
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
Arizona
Alaska a
Total, Pacific States .
90 ! Hawaii a . . .
91 I Porto Rico.
Total, island possessions .

'

12,273, 278. 07
11,174, 177.05
30, 569,306.87
40,165, 049.65
15,205, 098.41
5,383, 298.01
27,321, 703.06
5,307, 169.45
9,981, 451.25
7,628, 124.02

2,403, 614. 70
2,851, 173.36
10, 736,630. 83
14,271, 976.62
4,169, 159.00
1,764, 593.68
9,532, 865.73
1,632, 595. 83
3,417,642.67
2,532, 52. 68

19. 58
25. 52
35.12
35.53
27.42
32. 78
34.89
30.76
34.24
33.20

165,008, 655.84

53,313,005.10

32.31

31,071, 475.52
10, 221, 154.66
26,425, 351.69
6,701, 168.55
3,129, 032.45
905, 495.35
3,894, 876.43
252 001.10

7,443,500.77
3,374,808.69
7,699,147.32
1, 633,644.75
683,734.41
207,248.17
1,438,312.16
87,561.35

23.96
33.02
29.14
24.38
21.85
22.01
36.93
34. 75

82, 600, 555. 75

22,567,957. 62 27.32

840,536.77
228,837.18

346,318.10 41.20
94,151. 67 41.14

1,069,373.95

440,469.77

41.19

Total, country banks

1, 854, 922,106.64

Total, United States

4,184,417, 570.18 1,176,390, 753. 63 28.11




a Statement of March 28, 1904.

480,318,924. £

25.89 I

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OP THE CURRENCY.

239

BANKS, YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 6, 1904—Continued.
JUNE 9. 1904—Continued.
Reserve required, and the amount and per cent heir
Held.

Required.

#5. 786, 800. 24
3,428, 614. 87
1,767,431.00
. 1,253,325.58
:
2,638,410.40
1, 750, 278. 56
2,983, 913.66
1,324,326.76
1.337,356.04
! 10,120, 671. 74
!
1.330,324.61
; 3, 724,924. 23
5,440, 613. 60
42. 886,991.29
18,855,678.76
9,879,630.90
18,071,757.78
8,263, 450. 98
7,854, 387.69
! 6, 203, 560.46
9,281,310.79
j 2,899, 578. 51
81, 309,355. 87
f
:
;
'
S
i
i
!
!

1,840,991.71
1, 676,126.56
4, 585, 396. 03
6,024, 757.45
2,280, 764.76
807,494.70
4,098,255.46
796,075.42
1,497,217.69
1,144,218.60

Specie.

Available with
reserve agents,
not exceeding
50 per cent of re- Redemption Total amount. Per
fund.
serve required
cent.
after deducting
redemption
fund.

Legal,
tenders.

$1,793,878.61 $1,396,425
1.450,430.39
657,214 i
725, 009. 62
395,716
505, 322. 65
370,252
1,089,553. 95
715,152
519, 341. 70
417,661
1,428,647.59 1,059,624
464, 524. 52
388,517
479, 590.12
273,065 !
4,702,431.53 2,970,031
532,085.48
292,803
1,385,992.07
595,643
2,181,266.71 1,884,406

$3,318,512.85
1,943,425.42
1,005,599.53
695,826.35
1,491,829.74
1,013,229.64
1, 692, 687. 70
752, 288. 56
769,578.62
5, 760, 743.38
782, 444. 76
2,042,035.04
3,145,431.00

17,258,074. 94 11,416,509

24, 413, 632. 59 2,197, 603. 67

55,285, 820. 20 19. 34

10,801,493.99
5,682,697.17
10,408, 722.74
4,774,371.59
4,579,517.51
3,596,955.27
5,281,449.01
1,650,780.60

22,857,855.33
12,822,981. 37
20,626,040.31
9,670,025.39
8,729,157, 71
6,924,030.42
10,468,139.99
3,275, 682.17

6,696, 693.57
4,567,271.25
6,404,384. 02
3,171,763.80
2,874,739.70
2,413,039.15
3,198,200.20
991,406.07

4,506,479
2,164,544
3,089,047
1,417,725
1,053,042
705,401
1,511,595
485,218 i

30, 317, 497. 76 14, 933, 051
507,861.86
658,906.45
1,255,487.19
2,264, 870.09
1,385,415.40
379,415.23
1,920,680.37
313, 695.96
830,497. 36
595,874.38

305,815
266,218
829,096
1,088,603
414, 230
78,128
794,728
178,844
409,601
236,826

$255, 945.50
189, 572.50
91,431.80
93,615.00
152,027.50
61,562.50
162,767.50
70, 512. 50
54, 725. 00
519,432.77
26, 250. 00
321,532.50
198,228.60
853,188. 77
408,468.95
723,886.55
306,165.00
221,858.50
208,635.00
473,895.78
148, 277.50

46, 778, 987. 88 3, 344, 376.05
i

i
j

1,069,412.53
972,021.93
2,645,532.02
3, 443, 947. 47
1, 336, 478.86
469,756.32
2,397,475.78
453,960.25
854,659.61
631,046.16

58,637.50
56,090.00
176,176. 00
284, 845. 00
53,300.00
24, 567. 50
102,462. 50
39,475.00
72, 785.00
92,475. 00

i
!
1

m, 764, 761. 96
4,240, 642.31
2,217, 756. 95
1,665,016.00
3, 448, 563.19
2,011,794.84
4, 343, 726. 79
1,675,842.58
1,576,958.74
13.952,638. 68
1,633,583.24
4,345,202.61
7,409, 332. 31

17. 53
18.55
18.82
19. 93
19. 66
17. 24
21.84
18.98
17. 69
20.68
18.42
17.50
20. 43
18.18
19.42
17.12
17. 55
16.67
16.74
16. 92
16. 95

51
52
5f>
54
55
5f
57
58
59
60
61
03

64
65
67
68
69
70
71

95, 373,912, 69 17.59
1,941,726.89
1,953,236.38
4, 906. 291. 21
7,082, 265. 56
3,189, 424.26
951,867.05
5,215, 346. 65
985,975. 21
2,167,542.97
1,556,221.54

15. 82
17. 48
16. 02
17. 63
20. 98
17.68
19.09
18. 58
21. 72
20.40

72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81

24,751,298.38

10,112, 704. 29

4,602,089 ;

14,274,290.93

960,813. 50

29,949,897.72

18.15

4, 660, 721.33
1,533,173.20
3,963, 802.75
1,005,175.28
469, 354. 87
135,824. 30
584,231. 46
37, 800.17

2,792,156.25
995,248.82
2, 426, 563.40
476,285.10
307,560.15
64,158. 95
358.129. 60
47,570.10

213,498
69,307
210,030 !
93,963
5,412
3,075
73,214
305

2.746,473.80
901,834.92
2,294,650.65
591,820.67
272, 612. 92
75, 299. 58
338,496. 88
22,305.04

83,265. 00
30,115.00
139,385.00
18, 807.50
14, 950. 00
10,325.00
20,070. 00
625.00

5,835,393.05
1,996,505.74
5,070, 629.05
1,180,876.27
600,565.07
152,858. 53
789,910.48
70,805.14

18.79
19.53
19.19
17. 62
19.19
16.88
20. 28
28.10

12,390,083.36

7,467,672.37 j

668,804

7,243,524.46

317,542.50

15,697,543.33

19.00

126,080. 52
34, 325. 57

201,519.80 i
40,000.00 i

485
25,000 i

67,653.31
17,595.35

13,325.00
5, 000. 00

282,983.11 33.67 90
87, 595. 35 38.28 91

160,406.09

211,519.80 |

25,485 j

85,248.66

18, 325. 00

370, 578. 46 34. 65

278,238,315. 97 107,045,112. 83 51,717,042
860,612,181.88

488,664,145.25 169,729,173 ;




159,340, em. 88 12, 670,537. 77 330, 773,359. 48 17.83
287,238,232.34 19,893,556.27

965, 525,106. 86 23. 07

8?
83
84
85
86
87
88
89

240

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
No. 69.—LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE OF THE NATIONAL
SEPTEMBER 6, 1904.

Cash on hand, due from
reserve agents, and in
the redemption fund.
City, State, and Territory.

Deposits.
Amount.

Per
cent.

$1,034,272,732. 41
217,912,129. 63
88,544,823.85

$289, 949,548. 99
54,131,998. 35
21,726,459. 70

28.03
24.84
24.54

1,340,729,685.89

365,808,007.04

27.28

182, 637,026. 60
22, 974,761.16
19, 714,458.79
224, 635, 754.20
122, 534,960. 67
54, 498,164.44
19, 542,775.20
1, 245,911.54
22, 163,887.42
17, 512,044.32
7, 664,187.30
4, 556,792.13
8, 331,483.40
49, 627,400.07
46, 008,831.11
14, 750,037.63
23, 352,260.79
19, 584,057.75
32, 433,945.67
3, 420,567.01
5, 767,170.44
2, 158,930.15
22, 002,327.54
20, 994,892.28
6, 044,133.01
4, 000,755. 90
57, 269,883.82
% 244,128.27
4, 541,694.53
24, 298,221.26
33, 791,928.66
4, 616,148. 62
29, 422,363.22
22, 975,550.22
11, 421,371.49

65,886, 620. 02
8.203,867.16
6, 318,018.55
78,853,164. 98
33,291,821.98
16,018,999.16
6,729,503.68
467,079.52
6,162,169.61
5,441, 678. 58
2,293, 956.78
1,204,585.85
4,225,734.46
15,030,177. 65
12,350,322.62
3,907,218.28
9,067,688. 55
5, 736,624.81
8,782,384. 27
982,949. 03
1,630, 869.94
643,170.40
6,886,432.32
6,169, 619.70
2.430,042.56
1.494,451.17
18,937,017. 56
3.173,525.57
1,188,781.18
9,441,928.60
12,247,971.39
3,794,800.81
10,758,313.97
6, 970,677.00
3,420,482.63

36.08
35. 71
32. 05
35.10
27.17
29.39
34.43
37.49
27.80
31.07
29.93
26.43
50.72
30.29
26.84
26.49
38.83
29.29
27.08
28.73
28.28
29.79
31.30
29.39
40.20
37.35
33.06
34.33
26.17
38.86
36.25
38.88
36.57
30.34
29.95

Total, other reserve cities

1,155,738,806.61

378,142,650.34

32.72

Total, all reserve cities

2,496,468, 492. 50

743,950,657.38

29.80

30,070,725. 92
15,864, 468. 45
12,635,700.99
105,432,950.82
20,407, 316. 75
46,979,445.10

8, 469,339. 39
5,029,664.61
4,336, 988.38
26,511,177.14
5,223,583.12
13,191,116.86

28.16
31.70
34.32
25.15
25.60

231, 390, 608. 03

62,761,869.50

27.12

178, 629, 297.07
99,187, 792.84
262,187, 759.23
7,695, 540.17
23,229, 854. 23
1, 304, 988.72

43, 752, 554.01
27,484,961.80
58,895,386. 20
2,375,560.68
5,893,439.22
569,661. 62

24.49
27.71
22.46
30.87
25.37
43.65

572,235,232.26

138,971,563. 53

24.29

CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES.

New York
Chicago
St. Louis
Total, central reserve cities
OTHER RESERVE CITIES.

Boston
Albany
Brooklyn
Philadelphia
Pittsburg
Baltimore
Washington
Savannah
New Orleans
Louisville
Dallas
Fort Worth
Houston
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Indianapolis
Detroit
Milwaukee
Cedar Rapids
Des Moines
Dubuque
St. Paul
Minneapolis
Kansas City, Kans
Wichita
Kansas City, Mo
St. Joseph
Lincoln
Omaha
Denver
Salt Lake City
San Francisco
Los Angeles
Portland, Oreg

,

STATES, ETC.

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut
Total, New England States
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia
Total, Eastern States




REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
BANKS, YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 6, 1904—Continued.

SEPTEMBER 6, 1904.
Reserve required, and the amount and per cent held.
Held.
Available with

reserve agents,

Required.

Specie.

Legal
tenders.

not exceeding
50 per cent of re- Redemption Total amount. Per
fund.
serve required
cent.
after deducting
redemption
fund.

$2 013,050.00 $289,949,548.99 28.03
214,150.00 54,131,998. 35 24.84
645,322.00 21,726,459. 70 24.54

$258 568 183.10 $241 238,116.99 $46,668, 382
54,478,032. 41 32,137,392.35 21,780,456
22,136,205. 96 16,059,088. 70 5,022,049
335,182, 421.47

289,434,598.04

2,902,522.00

73,470,887

365,808,007.04

27.28

405,197.50
37,500.00
29,600.00
615,225.00
551,250.00
232,500.00
108,500.00
15,000.00
75,000.00
199,500.00
47.375.00
43,000.00
29,500.00
266,925.00
201,750.00
57, 500.00
102,500.00
67,500.00
97,625.00
11.250.00
24,000.00
15,250.00
54,750.00
81,250.00
45,000.00
12,500.00
116,500.00
25,250.00
17, 250.00
68,500.00
112,500.00
52,500.00
355,750. 00
180,000.00
52,500.00

42,288,132. 29
5,288,803.24
5,228,185.26
56,261,115.24
32,298, 851.38
12,712,874.21
5,475,276. 39
232,806.94
5,163,301.13
4,334,054.29
2,198,639.12
1,204, 585. 85
3,044,141.33
13,796,561.90
11,919,890.89
3,907, 218. 28
6, 792, 303.40
5,177,272.72
7,864, 730. 71
892,378.88
1,371,963.96
526,545.37
5,584,310.29
5,229, 547. 49
1,904,290.23
894,567.99
11,049,151.33
2,222,982.53
937,952.52
5,909,189.16
9,190, 689.63
1, 548,979. 56
10, 758,313. 97
6,908,972.01
3, 323,308.69

23.15
23.02
26.52
25.0526.36
23.33
28.02
18.68
23.30
24.75
28.69
26.43
36.54
27.80
25.91
26.49
29.09
26.44
24.25
26.09
23.79
24.39
25.38
24.91
31.51
22.36
19.29
24.05
20.65
24.32
27.20
33.56
36.57
30.07
29.10
25.39

45,659, 256. 65
5, 743, 690.29
4,928,614.70
56,158, 938.55
30, 633, 740.17
13,624,541.11
4, 885,693.80
311,477.88
5,540,971.85
4,378,011.08
1,916,046.83
1,139,198.03
2,082,870.85
12,406,850.02
11,502,207.78
3,687, 509.41
5,838, 065.20
4,896,014.44
8,108,486.42
855,141.75
1,441,792. 61
539,732.54
5,500,581.89
5,248,723.07
1,511,033.25
1,000,188.98
14,317,470.96
2,311,032.07
1,135,423. 63
6,074, 555.31
8,447,982.16
1,154,037.15
7, 355,590.80
5,743,887.55
2,855, 342.87

14,222,80S. 21
1,070,124.10
1,976,679.91
24,813,879.46
13,025,813. 30
4,617, 947. 65
2,460,131.49
58,971.00
1,705,475.20
1,035,690.75
627,833.21
227, 436. 70
1,180,074.90
4,094,151.39
3,698,912.00
1,478,370.50
2,675, 720. 80
1,535, 562.50
2,842,640.00
395,183.00
433,197. 65
198,052.10
2,290,183.35
1,776,536.95
497,262.60
252,474.50
3,041,560.85
631,860.50
170,901. 70
1,955,136.50
3,447,604.55
809,140.98
7,422,471.15
3,834,818.23
1,842,389. 25

5,033,037
1,328,084
772,398
3.060,154
3,680,543
1,166,406
518,048
10,597
619, 840
1,009,608
589,095
414,500
807,881
3,365,523
2,369,000
886, 502
1,146.300
1,159,953
919,035
64,000
205,870
51,002
51€,461
788,024
629,011
135,749
790,605
422,981
190,714
882,525
1,462,844
136,570
22,743
112,210
26,998

$22,627,029.58
2,853, 095.14
2,449,507.35
27,771,856.78
15,041,245.08
6,696,020.56
2,388, 596.90
148,238. 94
2, 732,985. 93
2,089,255.54
934,335.91
519, 649.15
1,026,685.43
6,069,962.51
5,650,228.89
1,484,845.78
2,867,782.60
2,414,257.22
4,005,430. 71
421,945.88
708,896.31
262,241.27
2,722,915.94
2,583, 736. 54
733,016.63
493, 844.49
7,100,485.48
1,142,891.03
559,086. 82
3,003,027. 66
4,167,741.08
550,768.58
2,957, 349. 82
2, 781, 943.78
1,401,421.44

288,934,701.65

112,347,056.93

35,324, 811

141,362,322.75

4,407,697. 50 293,441,888.18

624,117,123.12

401,781,654.97 108,795,698

141,362,322.75

7, 310, 219.50 659, 249,895. 22 26.41

4, 510, 608. 89
2, 379, 670.27
1,895,355.15
15,814,942. 62
3,061,097.51
7,046,916. 77

Not exceeding 60
per cent
2,533, 239. 98
1,286,697.16
1,009. 998.09
8,894,575.57
1,706,383.51
4,202,740.06

1,693,950.86
859,516. 92
679,816.64
4,937,059.92
917,370. 71
3,059,791.75

483,414
332,646
333,093
2,471,724
432,851
979,185

34,708,591.21

12,147,506.80

5, 032, 913

19, 633,634. 37 2,481,292.25

39,295,346.42

8,634,604.31
4,205,985. 66
14,239, 978. 26
342,447.60
1,064,507.35
160,902.50

3,729,571
2,778,832
6,453, 365
206,844
569,076
48,520

15,399, 602.74 1,128, 390.00
8,654,703.86
453,662.50
22,568, 865. 74 1,713,387.65
662,583. 62
50,025.00
2,001,279.47
149,012. 35
109,948.98
12,500.00

28,892,168. 05
16,093,184.02
44,975, 596. 65
1,261,900.22
3,783,875.17
331,871. 48

16.17
16.23
17.15
16.40
16.29
25.41

85,835,284.84

28,648,425.68

13,786,208

49,396,984. 41 3,506, 977.50

95,338,595.59

16.66

2

2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

16.98

26,794, 394.56
14,878,168. 93
39,328,163.88
1,154, 331.03
3,484,478.13
195,748.31

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2

CUB
16
 1904, PT 1


288, 542.25
235,175.00
212,025.00
990,650.00
217,125.00
537,775.00

4,999,147.09
2,714,035.08
2,234,932.73
17,294, 009. 49
3,273, 730. 22
8,779,491.81

16.62
17.11
17.69
16.40
16.04
18.70

3
4
4
4
4
4

4
4
4
4
4

5

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
No. 69.—LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE OF THE NATIONAL
S E P T E M B E R 6, 1904—Continued.
Cash on hand, due from
reserve agents, and in
the redemption fund.

City, State, and Territory.

Deposits.
Amount.

Per
cent.

$39,855,135.04
23, 648,744.33
11,858,269.05
7,814,210.89
18,226,896.73
11,604,843.40
19, 690, 963.29
7,780,971.56
8,039,840.41
67, 300,200.06
7,827,127.91
25,746,020. 46
37,771,912.39

$9,405,929.56
5,599,140.75
2,355,209.27
1,520,589.55
3,905,380.68
3,280,901. 77
5.438,995. 46
1,568, 783.07
1,930,144.28
19,725,484.48
1,747,197.45
7,113,481.30
9,518,288.78

23.60
23.68
19.86
19.46
21.43
28.27
27.62
20.16
24.01
29.31
22.32
27.63
25.20

287,165,135. 52

73,109,526.40

25.46

130,493,469.91
66,044,471. 63
126,714,622.81
56,020,067.74
54,417,437.13
41,987,639.54
61,352,898.74
20,426, 653.27

31,712,226.42
21,147,575.04
36,990,462.01
12,449,865. 31
12, 680,314,87
9,918,878. 39
15,030,545.18
6,918,763. 70

24.30
32.02
29.19
22.22
23.30
23.62
24.50
33.87

557,457,260.77

146,848,630. 92

26.34

STATES, ETC.—continued.
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
6?
63

West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee

64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71

Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Iowa
Missouri....

72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81

North Dakota . . . .
South Dakota
Nebraska . .
Kansas
Montana
.
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Indian Territory

82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89

Washington
Oregon
California
Idaho . . .
Utah
Nevada
Arizona
Alaska ct

90
91

Hawaii a
Porto Rico

.
.

.
. . . .

Total, Southern States
. . . .

Total, Middle States

.

.

.
...

..

.

.

12,385,165.52
11,755,647.16
30, 521, 688. 28
41,575, 526. 61
16,373, 738. 88
5,560, 232. 32
28 247,169.80
5, 707, 334.18
10,492,883. 47
8,005,920. 76

2,273,008.54 18.35
3,056,049.27 26.00
9,827,971.20 32.20
15,384,895. 66 37.00
5, 751,738.49 35.13
1,676, 322. 38 30.15
9,907,211.76 35.07
1,756, 534.13 30.78
3,716,467.13 35.42
2,525,910. 26 31.55

170, 625, 306. 98

55,876,108. 82

32.75

.

32,108,898.43
10,631,404.72
26,388, 318. 07
6 949,658.98
3,435, 433.17
979,438.54
3 829,579.72
271,869.45

7,836,845.08
3,418,872. 50
6,742,129. 90
1,850, 656.11
1,211,714.07
224,069. 88
1,259,477. 21
78,795. 46

24.41
32.16
25.55
26.63
35. 27
22. 88
32.89
28. 98

Total Pacific States

84 594 601.08

22, 622,560. 21

26.74

763,252. 49
235, 720. 05

250,273. 33
73, 743. 91

32.79
31.29

Total, Western States

998,972.54

324, 017. 24

32.44

Total, country banks

1,904,467,117.14

500, 514,276. 62

26.28

'Total United States

4, 400, 935, 409. 64 1,244,464, 934. 00

28.28

Total, island possessions




a S t a t e m e n t of J u n e 9, 1904.

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243

BANKS, YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 6, 1904—Continued.
SEPTEMBER G, 1904—Continued.
Reserve irequired, a n d t h e a i n o u n t anc

per cent held

Held.
Available w i t h
Required.

Specie.

Legal
tender.

reserve agents,
not exceeding
60 per cent of reserve required
after deducting

Redemption
fund.

Total amount.

Per
cent.

redemption
fund.

$5, 978, 270. 26
3, 547,311. 65
1,778,740.36
1,172,131.63
2,734,034. 51
1,740,726.51
2,953, 644. 49
1,167,145.73
1,205,976.06
10, 095, 030.01
1,174,069.19
3, 861,903.07
5, 665, 786.86

$1,685,417.12
1, 387,431. 06
666,446.00
419,126.65
889,414.08
502,079.23
1,366, 729.96
411,366.60
447,564.82
4,791,624.19.
485,382.60
1,376,181.57
1,813,491.08

$1, 311, 804
664,020
406,658
253, 513
773,996
434,884
896,866
361,190
214,009
3,138,647
270,393
577,518
1,126,465

S3,428,455. 74
2,007,501.37
999,299.31
652,355.48
1,545,064. 21
1,002,151.81
1,675,747.20
656,569. 94
690,690.64
5, 728,410. 07
686,479.01
2,127, 667.30
3,279,104. 62

43, 074, 770. 3?

16,242,254.96

$264,177. 35
201,476.04
113,241. 50
84,872. 50
158,927.50
70,473.50
160, 732. 50
72,862.50
54, 825.00
547, 679. SQ
29,937.50
315,790. 91
200,612. 50

$6, 689, 854. 21
4,260,428.47
2,185,644.81
1,409, 867. 63
3,367,401.79
2,009, 588.54
4,100,075. 66
1,501,989.04
1,407,089.46
14, 206, 361.12
1,472,192.11
4,397,157.78
6,419, 673. 20

16.79 51
18.02 52
18.43
18.04 &
18.47
17.32 5f
20.82 57
19.30 5£
17. 50 59
21.11 6(1
18.81 61
17.08 62
17.00 63

10,429,963

24,479,496.70

2, 275,609.16

53,427, 323. 82

18. 60

19,574,020.49
9,906.670.74
19,007,193.42
8,403,010.16
8.162,615. 57
6,298,145. 93
9,202,934.81
3,063,997.99

6,478,311.45
4, 225,285.46
6,137,276. 32
2, 982,158.46
2,820, 499. 60
2,408,663. 85
2,886,370. 36
990,899.91

4,095,457
1,937,926
2,908,999
1,151,149
944,695
740,467
1,451,477
447,786

11,190,283.81
5,688,031.95
10,960,749. 55
4, 862, 607.10
4,763,951.74
3,648,914.06
5,232,164. 47
1,746,439.79

923,547.47
426,617. 50
739,277. 50
298, 665. 00
222,696.00
216,572.50
482,060.70
153, 265.00

22,687,599.73
12, 277,860. 91
20, 746, 302. 37
9, 294, 579. 56
8,751,842.34
7,014,647. 41
10,052, 672. 5?
3, 338, 390. 70

17.39 64
18. 59 65
16.37 66
16. 59 67
16.08 68
16.71 69
16.39 7(1
33.87 71

83,618, 589.11

28, 929,465.41

13,677,956

48,093,172.47

3,463,301.67

94,163,895.55

16.89

1, 857,774. 83
1,763,347.07
4, 578,253. 24
6, 236, 328. 99
2, 456,060.83
834,034.85
4, 237, 075.47
856,100.13
1,573,932.52
1, 200, 888.12

551,953.47
749,744. 38
1,241,984.51
2,168, 664.47
1,314,097.86
370,812.93
1,856,997.02
330,814.35
721,694.51
573,960.75

388,943
312,060
685,763
1,080,417
399,517
80,416
773,389
171,617
313,081
197,070

1,078,792.40
1,022,906.74
2, 637, 820. 34
3,563,068.19
1.439,219.00
484,963. 41
2,479, 973. 08
487,725.08
896,586.01
662,825.32

59,787. 50
58,502.50
181,886.00
297,882. 00
57,362. 50
25,762. 50
103,787. 00
43,225. 00
79,622.50
96,179.25

2,079, 476, 37
2,143,213. 62
4, 747, 453. 85
7,110,031.66
3, 210,196. 36
961,954.84
5,214,146.10
1,033,381.43
2, 010,984. 02
1,530,035.32

16. 79
18.23
15. 55
17.10
19. 61
17.30
18.46
18.11
19.17
19.11

25,593, 796. 05

9,880, 724.25

4,402,273

14, 753,879. 57

1, 003, 996. 75

30, 040,873. 57

17.61

4, 816.334. 76
1,594,710.71
3, 958, 247. 71
1,042,448.85
515,314.97
146,915.78
574,436. 96
40, 780.42

2,502,665.48
1,050,327.17
2,198, 369. 85
440, 399. 21
305, 874. 00
43,046.05
334, 348. 20
46,399. 05

191,902
49,988
137,008
94,020
7, 083
7, 383
82, 734

2,840,141.86
936, 694. 92
2, 284,498. 63
614,384.81
297,218.99
81,534.47
331,942.17
24, 093. 25

82, 765. 00
35, 552.50
150, 750. 00
18,507.50
19,950.00
11,025.00
21, 200. 00
625. 00

5,617,474.34
2,070,562. 59
4, 770, 626. 48
1,167,291.52
630,125. 99
142,988.52
770, 224. 37
71,117.30

17.50
19. 48
18. 08
16. 80
18. 34
14.91
20.11
26.16

12,689,190.16

6,921,429.01

570,118

7,410,489.10

338, 375. 00

15,240,411.11

18.02

114,487.87
35, 358. 01

173,604.45
23, 870.00

465
12,000

60,697. 72
18,214.80

13. 325. 00
5, 000. 00

248,092.17
59,084. 80

32.50
25. 07

78,912.52

18, 325. 00

149,845.88

197,474.45

12,465

285,670,067. 58

102,967,280.56

47,911,896

909, 7S7,190. 70

504,748, 935. 53 156,707, 594




307,17(5.97

30. 75

103, 846, 569.14 13,087, 877. 33 327,813,623.03

17.21

305, 208, 891. 89 20,398, 096. 83

22.43

987,063,518. 25

72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81

8'?
83
84
85
86
87
89

90
91

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

No. 70.—DEPOSITS HELD BY NATIONAL BANKS, AMOUNT AND RATIO OF LAWFUL
MONEY RESERVE REQUIRED; ALSO AMOUNT, RATIO, AND CLASSIFICATION OF
RESERVE ACTUALLY HELD ON NOVEMBER 17, 1903, JANUARY 22, 1904, MARCH 28,
1904, JUNE 9, 1904, AND SEPTEMBER 6, 1904.
Reserve required.
Location of banks.

November 17,1903.
Central reserve cities
Other reserve cities
Not reserve cities

Number of Deposits.
banks.

Classification of reserve
held.

Due RedempRa- Amount, Ra- Amount. Lawful from, tion fund
money reserve with
tio.
tio.
in bank. agents, a Treasurer.

Millions. Perct. Millions. Per ct. Millions. Millions. Millions. Millions.
232.6 25.7
61
930.5
236.5
25
239.5
3.0
287 1,017.0
254.2 25.0
132.7
25
254.0
117.6
3.7
4,770 1,811.3
151.4
15
271.7 17.6
318.9
11.7
155.8
5,118

61
Central reserve cities—
293
Other reserve cities
4,826
Not reserve cities

1,095.0
1,052.2
1,834.6

758.5

21.6

812. 4

520. 6

273.7
263.1
275.2

28.2
26.8
17.7

308.9
282.1
325.0

305.9
154.1
154.6

812.0

23.0

916.0

614.6

124.1
158.4
282. 5

285.5 28.4
271.1 25.7
276.5 17.4

323.9
278.3
320.7

321.2
146.5
149.9

127.8
158.5

2.7
4.1
12.3

833.1

22.4

922.9

617.6

286.3

19.1

306.8
275.6
278.2

28.2
26.2
17.8

345.7
289.1
330.8

342.9
156.8
158.8

127.9
159.3

2.9
4.3
12.7

860.6

3, 758. 8

Total

Reserve held.

23.1

965.6

658.5

287.2

19.9

335.2
288.9
285.7

27.3
25.4
17.2

365.8
293.4
327.8

362.9
147.7
150.9

141.4
163.8

2.9
4.4
13.1

' 909.8 22.4

987.0

661.5

305.2

20.4

273.4

18.4

January 22, 190A.

Total

5,180

3,981.8

60
290
4,882

1,142.1
1,084.6
1,843.7

5,232

25
25
15

4,070.4

3.0
3.9
12.0
18.9

March 28, 190L
Central reserve cities —
Other reserve cities
Total

25
25
15

June 9, 190U.

Central reserve cities
Other reserve cities
Not reserve cities

61 1,227.1
287 1,102.4
4,983 1,854.9
5,331

4,184.4

62
Central reserve cities..!.
285
Other reserve cities
5,065
Not reserve cities

1,340.7
1,155.7
1,904.5

5,412

4,400.9

25
25
15

Total
September 6, 190h-

Total

25
25
15

a Available with reserve agents April 30,1902, and subsequently.




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No. 71.—NET DEPOSITS OF THE NATIONAL BANKS, AND THE KESEEVE KEQUIRED AND
HELD ON THREE DATES IN THE YEARS 1899, 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903, AND 1904.
NEW YORK CITY.
Reserve held.
Date.

No. of Net de- Reserve
banks. posits. required.

Classification of reserve.

Ratio to Lawful
Amount. deposits. money.

RedempDue
tion
from
fund.
agents.a

Millions. Millions. Millions. Per cent. Millions. Millions.
203.6
26.6
767.9
191.9
204.3
26.9
198 5
780. 6
195.1
199. 2
25.2
177.6
707.7
176. 9
178. 3

Millions.
0.7
0.7
0.7

Apr. 5,1899
June 30, 1899
Sept. 7, 1899

45
45
44

Apr. 26, 1900
June 29, 1900
Sept. 5, 1900

44
44
44

727. 6
739.6
769. 5

181.9
184.9
192. 3

194. 9
193.8
214.9

26.7
26. 2
27.9

193.8
192. 6
213. 4

1.0
1.2
1.5

Apr. 24,1901
July 15,1901
Sept. 30, 1901

45
43
42

827. 4
794. 5
811.3

206. 8
198.6
202.8

216.2
209.1
217.1

26.1
26.3
26.7

214.6
207. 5
215.6

1.6
1.5
1.5

Apr. 30, 1902
July 16, 1902
Sept. 15, 1902

42
44
44

829.8
792.0
753.4

207.5
198.0
188. 3

210.3
211.0
186.1

25.4
26.6
24.7

208.7
209.3
184.3

1.6
1.7
1.8

Apr. 9, 1903
June 9, 1903
Sept. 9, 1903

45
43
43

716.8
701. 5
741.0

179.2
175.4
185. 3

193.2
192.2
205.4

27.0
27.4
27.7

191.0
189. 9
203.1

2.2
2. 2

Mar. 28, 1904
June 9, 1904
Sept. 6, 1904

41
41
41

846.0
925. 5
1,034. 3

211.5
231.4
258. 6

249.2
266.5
289.9

29.5
28.8
28.0

247.3
264 5
287.9

1.9

2." 3

2.0
2.0

CHICAGO.
Apr. 5,1899..
J u n e 30, 1899
Sept. 7, 1899.

148.0
157.1
154.1

37.0
39.2
38.5

40.4
42.3
39.2

27.3
2679
25.4

40.4
42.2
39.1

0.05
0.05
0.05

Apr. 26, 1900
June 29, 1900
Sept. 5, 1900.

155.6
170.2
173.4

38.9
42.5
43.3

42.1
48.0
47.4

27.0
28.2
27.3

41.9
47.7
47.1

0.1
0.2
0.2

Apr. 24,1901.
July 15, 1901
Sept. 30, 1901

192.3
209. 7
201.9

48.0
52.4
50.4

53.2
54.0
52.7

27.6
25.7
26.1

52.9
53.7
52.4

0.3
0.3
0.3

Apr. 30, 1902
July 16, 1902
Sept. 15, 1902

218.4
216.4
209.6

54.6
54.1
52.4

57.8
56.7
45.9

26.5
26.2
21.9

57.6
56.6
45.7

0.2
0.1
0.2

Apr. 9,1903..
June 9, 1903.
-Sept. 9, 1903.

207.8
204. 0
198.1

52.0
51.0
49.5

47.0
51. 6
47.3

22.6
25.3
23.9

46.9
51.4
47.1

0.2
0.2
0.2

Mar. 28, 1904
June 9, 1904 .
Sept. 6, 1904.

204.1
209.3
217. 9

51.0
52.3
54.5

50. 5
54.7
54.1

24.7
26.2
24.8

50.2
54.5
53.9

0.2
0.2
0.2

a Available with reserve agents Apr. 30, 1902, and subsequently.




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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
No. 71.—NET DEPOSITS OF THE NATIONAL BANKS, ETC.—Continued.
ST. LOUIS.

Date.

Classification of reserve.
Reserve held.
NumReserve
Due
Redempber of Net de- required.
Ratio to Lawful
from
tion
banks. posits.
Amount. deposits. money.
agents.« fund.
Mill ions. Per cent. Millions.
11.6
20.9
11.4
13. 5
23.8
13.4
12.1
21.5
12.0

Apr. 5, 1899
J u n e 30, 1899
Sept. 7, 1899

Millions.
55.4
57.1
56.2

Millions.
13.8
14.2
14.0

Apr. 26, 1900
J u n e 29, 1900
Sept. 5, 1900

57.4
53.8
55.3

14.3
13.4
13.8

13.8
12.4
12.4

24.0
23.2
22.3

13.4
12.1
12.0

Apr. 24,1901
July 15,1901
Sept. 30, 1901

72.4
76.3
76.1

18.1
19.0
19.0

17.6
15.5
15.1

24.4
20.3
19.8

17.1
15.0
14.4

Apr. 30,1902
July 16,1902
Sept. 15, 1902

80.4
80.2
77.5

20.1
20.1
19.4

17.3
18.9
18.7

21.5
23.5
24.1

16.9
18.4
18.1

Apr. 9, 1903
J u n e 9, 1903
Sept. 9, 1903

85.6
82.5

22.1
21.4
20.6

21.0
22.1
18.5

23.7
27.4
22.4

20.4
21.6
17.9

Mar. 28, 1904
J u n e 9, 1904
Sept. 6, 1904

92.0
92.3
88.5

23.0
23.1
22.1

24.3
24. 5
21.7

26.4
26.5
24.5

Millions.

23.7
23.8
21.1

OTHER RESERVE CITIES.

Apr. 5, 1899
J u n e 30, 1899
Sept. 7, 1899

251
254
255

798.9
832. 9
842.6

199.7
208.2
210.6

267.2
263.4
255.8

Apr. 26,1900
J u n e 29, 1900
Sept. 5, 1900

261
266
267

872.4
900.0
921.3

218.1
225.0
230.3

276.2
283.9
294.1

Apr. 21, 1901
July 15, 1901
Sept. 30, 1901

271
274
275

1,001.5
1,005.6
1,015.4

250.3
251.4
253.8

305. 0
291.2
298.1

Apr. 30, 1902
July 16, 1902
Sept. 15, 1902

271
274
272

1, 048.9
1,067.3
1,060.6

262. 2
266.8
265.1

264.1
275. 6
258.0

Apr. 9, 1903
J u n e 9, 1903
Sept. 9, 1903

289
291
289

1,014.1
1,019.6
1,032.5

261.0
262.4
258.1

256.0
263.6
261.2

Mar. 28, 1904
J u n e 9,1904
Sept. 6, 1904

290
287
285

1,084.6
1,102.4
1,155.7

271.1
275.6
288.9

278.3
289.1
293.4

a Available with reserve agents Apr, 30, 1902, and subsequently.




Millions.
0.1
0.1
0.1

0.3
0.3
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.5
0.5
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6

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247

No. 71.—NET DEPOSITS OF THE NATIONAL BANKS, ETC.—Continued.
STATES AND TERRITORIES, EXCLUSIVE OF RESERVE CITIES.

Date.

No. of
banks.

Apr. 5,1899 . . .
J u n e 30,1899 .
Sept. 7,1899...

Reserve held.
Net de- Reserve
. Ratio to
posits. required. .
Amount. d e p o s i t s

Classification of reserve.

3,265
3,262
3,274

Lawful

RedempDue
tion
from
fund.
agents.a

Apr. 26,1900 ..
J u n e 29,1900 .
Sept. 5,1900...

Millions. Millions. Millions. Per cent. Millions, j Millions. Millions.
261.9
7.6
393.5
32.8
124.0 i
1,199.5
179.9
389.9
122.1 i
260.4
7.4
1,225.9
31.8
183.8
405. 0
123.6 !
1, 270. 7
31.8
190. 6
274.0 S
7.4
I
29.6 i
3, 304 1.307.1
196.0 ! 387. 6
8.1
125.9
253.5 i
196.3 i 387.5 i
29.6 !
9.0
3,400 1.309.2 j
122.0 j
256.5 1
204.1 | 414.3 |
9.4
30.4 !
3,540 1,361.1 I
121.9 !
282.9 |

Apr. 24,1901 ..
July 15,1901..
Sept. 30,1901..

3, 729
3,829
3,885

1,499.5
1.522.9
l|566.6

224.9 !
228.4 i
233.5 i

453.5 !
440.8 i
429.0 ;

30.2 !
28.9 i

134.0
134.0
130.4

309.0
296.4
288.1

10.4
10.3
10.4

Apr. 30,1902 ..
July 16,1902 ..
Sept. 15,1902..

4,092
4,200
4, 268

1,667.
1,706. 6
1,743.

250.1 !
256.0 |
261.5

294.1 |
301.4 i
295.6 ;

140.0
144.1
134. 7

144.0
147.2
150.7

10.1
10.1
10.2

Apr. 9,1903 ..
J u n e 9,1903 .
Sept. 9,1903..

4,494 I 1, 766.
4,586 i 1,776.
4,691 I 1,809.

264.9
266.4 j
271.4 i
|
276.5 !
278.2 i
285.7 I

311.8 i
313.5
318.4 i

17.6 !
17.7 |
16.9
j
17.7
17.7
17.6

148. 7
149.1
150.8 ;

152.6 !
153.1
155.8

10.5
11.3
11.8

320.7 !
330.8 i
327.8

17.4
17.8
17.2 !

150.0 {i
158.8
150. 9

158. 5
159. 3
163.8

12.3
12.7
13.1

32.6 i
32.1 j
30.2 |

460.2
471.0
420. 7

301.0 !
320.0 !
320.0

9.5
9.6
9.8

Mar. 28,1904
J u n e 9,1904
Sept. 6,1904

! 4,882
i 4,983
! 5,065

1,843.
1,854.
1,904.

SUMMARY.
May 5,1898
July 14,1898
Sept. 20,1898

3,586
3,582
3,585

2, 362.1
2,487.0
2, 479. 7

487. 7
518.1
513. 6

770.7 i
800.6 I
750.5 ;

Apr. 5,1899 . . .
June 30,1899 .
Sept. 7,1899...

3, 583
3, 583
3,595

2, 969.8
3,053.7
3,031.5

622. 5
640.8
630.8

917.2 i
908.5 I
890.5 j

30.8
29.7
29.3 i

494.2
491.7
466.3

412.7 1
406.7 !
414.1 |

10.3
10.1
10.1

Apr. 26,1900 ..
June 29,1900 .
Sept, 5,1900...

3,631 I 3,120. 3
3,732 I 3,173.0
3,871 ! 3, 280.9

649.3
662. 3
684,1

914.7 i
925.8 I
983.3 |

29.3 '
29.1
29.6 :

497. 8
499. 7
518.4

404.9
412.7 !
450.7 j

11.9
13.3
14.2

Apr. 24,1901
July 15,1901
Sept. 30,1901

748. 3
750.0
759. 7

1,045.7
1,010.8 i
1,012.2 !

29.1 j
28.0 i
27.6 |

15.8
15.9
16.1

794. 5
795.0
786.8

843.6 i
863.5 i
804.3 |

21.9 !
22.3 i
20.9 I

549.8 |
540.8
539.5 !
|
558.2 :
569.6 I
508.0 !

480.0 i
454.0 i
456.6 j

Apr. 30,1902
July 16,1902
Sept. 15,1902

4,064 | 3, 593.2
4,165 ; 3, 609.3
4,221 j 3, 661.6
i
4, 423 3, 845. 2
4, 535 3, 862.6
4,601 3,844. 4

270.2 ;
278.5 !
280.5 1

15.2
15.4
15.8

Apr. 9,1903
June 9,1903
Sept. 9,1903

4,845
3, 823.4
4,939
3,817.0
5,042 ! 3,863.5

779. 2
776. 6
784. 9

829.0 |
842.9 !
850.8 !

21.7 !
22.1 !
22.0 i

276.2 1
272.9 1
277.9 !

16.6
17.8
18.6

Mar. 28,1904.
J u n e 9,1904 .
Sept. 6,1904..

5,232
5, 331
5, 412

833.2
860. 6
909.8

923.0 i
965.5 !
987.1 !

21.1 ;
23.1 |
22.4 :

I

I

4,370. 3
4,184.4
4,400.9

617.5 |
658.4
661.5

a Available with reserve agents April 30,1902, and subsequently.




286.4 ]
287.2 1
305.2 !

19.1
19.9
20.4

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
No.

7 2 . — L A W F U L M O N E Y R E S E R V E OP T H E N A T I O N A L B A N K S AS

RESERVE CITIES.

Date.

September 20,1898.
December 1, 1898 . .
February 4, 1899...
April 5, 1899
June 30,1899
September 7,1899..
December 2, 1899 . .
February 13, 1900..
April 26, 1900
June 29,1900
Septembers, 1900..
December 13, 1900.
February 5, 1901
April 24, 1901
July 15, 1901
September 30,1901.
| December 10, 1901..
February 25, 1902..
April 30, 1902
July 16, 1902
September 15,1902.
November 25, 1902.
February 6, 1903
April 9, 1903
June 9,1903
,
September 9,1903...
November 17, 1903.
January 22, 1904...
March 28, 1904
June 9, 1904
September 0, 1904..

No. of
banks.

Net deposits.

326 $1,416 826,689
326 1,554 523,303
318 1, 726 764,609
318 1,770 320,719
321 1,827 802,831
321 1, 760 696,951
319 1,604 014,905
319 1,685 860,493
327 1,813 191,961
332 1,863 823,107
331 1,919 796,589
329 1,837 471,969
333 2,038 815,372
335 2,093 726,574
336 2,086 348,971
336 2,104 973,311
338 2,045 068,772
330 2,194 332,009
331 2,177 512; 296
335 2,156 049,624
333 2,101 158,956
335 1,983 633, 536
341 2,095 982,288
351 2,057 200,800
353 2,040 786,125
351 2,054 047,673
348 1,947 440,796
354 2,147 235,830
350 2,526 677,379
348 2,329 495,464
347 2,496 468,492

Reserve
required.

25 per cent.
$354,206,672
388,630,825
431,691,152
442,580,179
456,950, 707
440,174,237
401,003, 726
421,465,123
453,297, 990
465,955, 776
479,949,147
459,367,992
509, 703,843
523,431,643
521, 587,242
526,243,327
511,267,193
548,583,002
544,378,074
539,012,406
525, 289, 739
495,908, 384
523,995,572
514,300,200
510,196,531
513, 511, 918
486,860,199
536,808, 957
556,669,345
582,373,866
624,117,123

STATES AND TERRITORIES.

September 20,1898.
December 1, 1898 .,
February 4, 1899...
April 5, 1899
June 30,1899
September 7,1899..
December 2,1899...
February 13, 1900..
April 26, 1900.
June 29,1900
September 5,1S00..
December 13, 1900,
February 5, 1901...
April 24, 1901
July 15, 1901
September 30,1901.
December 10, 1901.
February 25, 1902..
April 30, 1902
July 16, 1902
September 15,1902.
November 25, 1902.
February 6, 1903...
April 9, 1903
June 9,1903
September 9,1903.
November 17, 1903
January 22, 1904..
March 28, 1904....
June 9,1904
September 6, 1904.




$1,062, 860, 354
1,107, 302,360
1,159,241,166
1,199, 516,982
1,225,931,318
1,270, 766,065
1,302,975,216
1,317,445,804
1,307, 153,991
1,309,217,936
1,361,189,001
1,413,432,981
1,451, 414,802
1, 499,539,571
1,522,967,381
1,556,671,000
1,585,021,391
1,632,840,317
1,667,651,300
1,706,559,812
1,743,206,583
1,721,583,596
1,755,411,917
1, 766,240,785
1,776,248,906
1,809,464,439
1,811,337,198
1,834,634,086
1,843, 651,405
1,854,922,107
1,904,467,117

15 per cent.
$159,429,053
166, 095, 354
173,886,175
179, 927, 547
183,889, 697
190,614, 909
195,446,282
197,616,870
196,073, 098
196, 382, 690
204,178, 350
212,014,947
217,712,220
224,930,935
228,445,107
233,500,650
237,753,209
244,926,048
250,147, 695
255,983,972
261,480, 987
258,237,539
263,311,788
264,936,118
266,437,336
271,419,666
271,700,580
275,195,113
276,547,711
278,238, 316
285,670, 068

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

249

SHOWN BY THE REPORTS FROM SEPTEMBER 20, 1898, TO SEPTEMBER 6, 1904.

RESERVE CITIES.
Reserve held.

Classification, of reserve held.

Amount.

Ratio
to net deposits.

Specie.

$417,400,646
480,365,339
558, 369,069
523,641,039
518,588,294
485,525,430
423, 985,069
482,103, 055
527,165,535
538,314,235
568,998,544
519,844,972
601,749,477
592,163, 328
569,915,026
583,226,936
545,153,556
609,003, 305
549,612,251
562, 075,975
508,730,486
516,720,765
558,310, 715
517,209,013
529,431,598
532,409, 542
493,562, 432
590,934,503
602,229,924
634,751,747
659,249,895

Per cent.
29.4
30.9
32.3
29.5
28.3
27.5
26.4
22.6
29.0
28.8
29.6
28.2
29.5
28.2
27.3
27.7
26.7
27.7
25.2
26.0
24.2
26.1
26.6
25.1
25.9
25.9
25.3
27.5
23.8
27.3
26.4

$213,740, 685
245,461,565
290,121, 746
279,814,532
273,264,476
254,374,111
231,525,834
253,427,155
272,040,773
271,121,700
288,947,278
270,275,200
310,617,008
300,401,338
285,198, 047
300,081,552
277, 972,843
315,633,998
304,754,048
307,243,738
274,022,981
294,741,511
318,112,357
289,243,935
287,966,133
295,092,666
276,215,748
348,138,920
362,664,157
381,619,032
401,781,655

Legal
tenders.

United States |
Due
Redempcertiiicates of j from reserve tion fund with
deposit.
j agents, a
Treasurer.

994,659
032,365
724,626
835,725
036,686
181,052
751,599
235,137
935,172
615,871
465,833
639,201
864,671
411,368
526,065
995,186
645,617
445,587
513,211
336,301
300,674
673,177
998,139
253,477
149,207
429,123
965,252
841,917
965,210
012,131
795,698

$16, 530,000
17, 610, 000
20,855,000
19,525,000
18,325,000
16,195,000
12,695, 000
14,145,000

$110,433,495
134,345,157
164,873,400
150,729,828
146,297,273
140,113,830
111,180,921
126,290,996
151,442,395
156,272, 946
167,795, 858
146,936,686
174,916,901
170,954,746
157,655, 847
168,486, 875
155,074, 960
177, 608, 948
126,214,712
131, 260, 009
129,854, 304
119,000,280
126,949,804
123,586,126
1.19, 794, 815
122,076,145
117,637,115
124,058,419
127,820,717
127,897,565
141,362,323

$2,701,
2,916,
2,794,
2, 735,
2,664,
2,661,
2,831,
3,004,
3,747,
4,303,
10
4, 789, 574 i11
4,993,
5,350,
5,395,
5,535,
5,663,
5,460,
5,314,
5,130,
5,235,
20
5, 552, 526 121
6,305, 797 22
6,250, 416 23
6,125, 475 24
6,521, 414 j 256,811, 607 126
6,744, 317 27
6,895, 247 28
6,779, 839 29
7,223, 018 I 30
7,310, 219 |31

$209, 568, 555
225,026,189
267,162,101
261,947,468
260,371,191
274,012,829
234,375,126
248,826,374
253,514,133
256,508,313
282,918,410
270,786,026
297,261, 435
3)9,077,364
296,421, 440
288,151, 642
277,883,868
312,694,590
143,962,396
147,205,920
150,686,183
148,727,857
151,715,504
152,646,880
153,133,792
155,774, 919
155, 838,653
158,430,576
158,541,028
159,340, 667
163,846, 569

$7,093,248 1
7,568, 032 2
7, 492, 606 3
7,570, 931 4
7,430,658 5
7,454,694 6
7,467,215 7
7,301,656 8
8,194,559 9
9,021,877 10
9,454,492 11
9,838, 658 12
10,072,283 13
10,415, 480 14
10,398,716 15
10,441,639 16
10,476,715 17
10,313,054 18
10,114,558 19
10,139,609 20
10,247,152 21
10,355, 777 22
10,410,530 23
10,455, 309 24
11,282,335 25
11,793,486 26
11,668,948 27
11,964,103 28
12,293,261 29
12.670,538 30
13,087, 877 31

STATES AND TERRITORIES.

$333,118,917
353,841,704
392, 939,896
393,561,117
389,925,669
405,043, 395
361,426,079
379,865,056
387,621,879
387,562,849
414,334,695
413,667,451
438,194,515
453,538,076
440,896,211
429,072,166
424,512,979
458,692,912
294,054, 483
301,383,751
295,603, 418
301,260,716
307,613,258
311,819,611
313,509, 994
318,352, 643
318,942, 379
325,039,994
320,720, 506
330, 773, 359
327,813,623

31.3
31.9
33.9
32.8
31.8
31.8
27.7
28.8
29.6
29.6
30.4
29.2
30.1
30.2
28.9
27.5
26.8
28.1
17.6
17.7
16.9
17.5
17.5
17.7
17.7
17.6
17.6
17.7
17.4
17.8
17.2

$80,133,472
83,139,146
81,721,748
84,348,020
83,557, 569
84,197,272
83,299, 542
86,150, 668
86,010,295
84, 892,008
84,381,132
89,397,023
89,339,135
90,132, 353
90,672,495
88,455, 318
91, 679, 655
91,448,164
94,006,513
97,520,231
92,213,139
96,540,150
99,459, 789
99,837,586
100, 650,245
102,463,502
102,074,678
105,052,633
101,753,113
107,045,113
102,967, 281

043,641
813,337
278, 440
399,698
301,249
033,599
924,196
231,356
902,891
140,651
580, 660
645,744
521,661 !
.
912,878 I
.
403,559 !
.
023,565 I
.
472,741 !
.
237,105 j.
971,015 i
.
517,991 !
.
456,944 !
.
636,932 i
.
027,434 j.
879,836 !
.
443,622 !
.
320,736 I
.
360,100 '
.
592,682 j.
133,104 •
.
717,042 .
911,896 .

$280,000
295,000
285, 000
295,000
265,000
345, 000
360, 000
355,000

a Available with reserve agents April 30, 1902, and subsequently.




250

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
No. 73.—ABSTRACT OF REPORTS OF EARNINGS AND DIVIDENDS

FROM SEPTEMBER 1, 1903,

Location.

Numi ber of Capital stock.
banks.

Maine
New H a m p s h i r e .
Vermont
Massachusetts...
Boston
Rhode Island . . .
Connecticut
Total New England
States
New York
New York City . . .
Albany
Brooklyn
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
PittsburgDelaware
Maryland
Baltimore
District of Columbia .
Washington C i t y .

84
56
48
198
32
35
81

$10,271,000.00
5, 355,000.00
6,460,000.00
37,756,352.46
32,300,000.00
11,305,250.00
20,082,070.00

534

123,529,672.46 |

286
41
4
5
328
543
34
31
23
68
18
1
11

34,202,£

105,450, C
l,250,C
1,352,C
17,415, C
52,019,2
21,905, C
20,833,(
2,238, {
4,651,1
11,903,5
252, (
3,525,(

Total Eastern States.. 1,196 I 276,998,125.00
Virginia
West Virginia . . .
North Carolina . .
South Carolina . .
Georgia
Savannah . . .
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
New Orleans.
Texas
Houston
Fort W o r t h . . .
Dallas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Louisville . . .
Tennessee

Total Southern States.
Ohio
Cincinnati . .
Cleveland . . .
Columbus . . .
Indiana
Indianapolis
Illinois
Chicago
Michigan
Detroit
Wisconsin
Milwaukee . .
Minnesota
St. Paul
Minneapolis.
Iowa
Cedar Rapids
Des M o i n e s . .
Dubuque
Missouri
St. Louis
Kansas City
St. Joseph . .
Total Middle States ..




Surplus.

Capital and
surplus.

$2,947,923.00 $13,218,923.00
1,505,294.49
6, 860,294. 49
1,634,382. 23
8,094,382.23
14, 563, 350.00
52, 319,702.46
14, 642,100.00
46,942,100. 00
3,863, 794. 47
15,169, 044. 47
8, 386,971.46
28,469,041.46

Gross
earnings.

$986,367. 75
612,412.03
575,573.33
3,783,473.23
3,982,768.59
843, 422. 47
1, 850,136. 70

47,543,815.65

171,073,488.11 12,634,154.10

16,358,?
75,935,C
1,390, C
l,950,C
12,230,C

50,561, 664.16 5, 205,704. 76
181,385, 000.00 55, 828,827.75
2,640, 000.00
491, 786. 70
3, 302, 000.00
319, 982. 04
29,645, 000.00 2,884, 630.79
89,684, 270.79 8, 318,957.48
46,015, 000.00 4,495, 457.11
44,188, 000.00 4,432, 784,41
3, 565 081. CO
272, 796.00
7,241 082.73
699, 133.57
18,231 460.00 1,371, 446.96
402. 000.00
40, 210.24
6,133 200.00
540, 228. 36

37, 664, c

24,110,(
23,355, (
1,326,(
2,589,c
6,328,5
150, (
2,608,5
205,995, 633. 68

482,993,758.68 54,901,9-16.17

71
66
41
21
46
2
21
44
20
26
6
358
6
6
4
14
94
8
59

7,089, 782.61
5,475, 423.00
3,585, 000.00
2, 843, 000.00
4,998, 000.00
750, 000.00
2,135, 000.00
4,480, 400.00
1,935, 000.00
1,770, 000.00
2,400, 000.00
23,846, 150.00
1,450, 000.00
1,275, 000.00
1,050, 000.00
1,420, 000.00
9,115, 900.00
4,645, 000.00
7,320, 000.00

913

87,583,655.61 I 33,827,566.06 I 121,411,221.67 |l4,087,443. 21

13
13
6
155
291
12
82
5
99
6
173
6
5
244
3
4
3
68

29,000,1
10,167,0
11,581,C
2,392,C
13,828,7
4, 300,C
21,773,C
25, 600,t
8,425,C
4,100,C
8,353,c
4,550,C
8,356,C
4,000,C
4,450,C
14,910, C
300, (
800, (
600, (
4,275, (
15,600, (
2,650,C
550, C
200,561,800.00

10, 669,351.95
7, 568,876.48
4, 835,
,300.00
3, 576, 288. 84
,
7,027, 705. 92
975, 000.00
3,017, 025.04
5,658, 565.00
2, 711,500.00
2,700,450. 00
6,060, 000.00
30,703,
,181.14
2, 355,
,000.00
1,865, 000.00
2,170, 000.00
1,951, 500.00
11,583, 092.24
6, 503,500.00
9,479, 885.06

39,082, 434. 53
14, 397,000.00
15,169, 000.00
3,277, 000.CO
18,225, 913.76
6,115, 000.00
30,559, 051.09
38, 625,000.00
11,476, 023.20
5,214, 500.00
10,721, 373.00
6,015, 000.00
10,048, 089.28
5,165, 000.00
6,536, 190.47
18,597, 920.56
458, 500.00
1,060, 000.00
715, 000.00
5,428, 550.00
25,954, 000. 00
3,905, 500.00
735, 000. 00

1,242, 195.83
788, 902.34
478, 099.45
479, 221.14
802, 284.95
66, 434.64
452, 538.62
701, 486.78
353, 014.56
343, 091.68
660, 846.57
3,840, 543.73
325, 647.27
231, 303.34
304, 329.16
265, 750.63
1,034. 463.43
532. 338.05
i, 184;951.04

3,965, 515. 85
1,243, 415. 63
1,307, 198.55
369, 719.53
2,081, 147. 66
645, 765. 67
3,514, 784.66
4, 996,939.80
1, 518,596.24
584, 261.28
1, 454,444. 22
811, 655. 78
1, 552,617.06
606, 589.39
582, 866.91
2,158, 702.69
104, 620. 71
172, 422.10
53, 302.91
703, 565. 94
2, 506,298.51
821, 021.04
265, 349. 65

76, 919,245.89 277,481,045.89 J32,020, 801. 78

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

251

OF NATIONAL BANKS IN THE UNITED STATES.
TO MARCH 1, 1904.

Ratios.

Charged oft".
Losses a n d
premiums.

$390,713.81
175,550.40
101,480.18
939, 969. 60
798,357.42
134,727.82
265,538. 53

Expenses and

Net e a r n i n g s .

Dividends.

taxes.

$357,060.93
198,613.42
216,158.45
1,690,777.03
1,425,455.89
223,664.38
687,650. 47

$238,593.01
238,248.21
257,934. 70
1,152,726.60
1,758,955.28
485,030.27
896,947.70

Net earn- Dividends
ings to
to capital Dividends
and
capital {Mid
to capital.
surplus.
surplus.

$361,668.00
194,400.00
225, 792.50
1,180,827.11
956,500.00
315,119. 25
635,677.95

Per cent.
1.80
3.47
3.19
2.20
3.75
3.20
3.16
2.94

Per cent.

2.74
2.83
2.79
2. 26
2. 04
2.08
2. 23
2. 26

Per cent.

3.52
3. 63
3.50
3.13
2.96
2.79
3.17

1

2
3
4
5
6
7

3.13

2,806, 337. 76

4, 799, 380.57

5, 028,435. 77

3, 869,984. 81

731,163.38
1,800,897.18
36,027. 59
78,885. 30
358,470.67
1,191,045.60
567,405. 77
583,296.71
18, 654. 78
92,625.50
569,967.70
16,417.82

2,359,231.98
7,629,762.76
341,668.85
150,656.22
1,197,562.15
2, 695, 930.76
2, 087,893.24
2,377,978.16
94,207. 30
373,532.97
498,975. 61
12,896 36
221,459.34

2,115, 309.40
16,398,167.81
114,090. 26
90,440. 52
1,328,597.97
4.431,981.12
1,840,158.10
1. 471,509.54
159, 933. 92
232,975.10
302, 503. 65
27,313.88
302,351.70

1,404,482.58
10, 739,500. 00
89,760. 65
90,120. 00
930,725. 00
1,970,986.46
963,010.47
1,102,333.33
88,411.18
165,193.00
470,321.00
10 080 00
215,125.00

4.18
9.04
4.32
2.74
4.48
4, 94
4.00
3.33
4.49
3.22
1.66
6 79
4.93

2.78
5. 92
3.40
2.73
3.14
2. 20
2.09
2.49
2.48
2.28
2. 58
2. 51
3.51

6,044,857.50

20,041,755.70

28,, 815, 332. 97

18,240,048. 67

5.97

3.78

6.58

288,251.53
50,342. 06
17,878.20
161,643.29
44,911.60
5,269.12
28,383.04
32, 767.93
36, 855. 66
30,365.74
42, 960. 66
576,249.18
16, 727. 54
12,866. 56
102, 634. 22
39,161.87
99,156. 33
45, 915.25
131,892.37

573, 308.16
300,536.13
201,401.39
219,157.84
408,269.47
31,683.81
179, 046.49
319, 755.05
159,006.56
171,928.69
275, 054. 35
1,495,155.95
117,909. 92
87,743.89
118,056. 75
83, 982. 28
463,560.05
269, 423. 83
554, 547. 69

380,636.14
438,024.15
258,819.86
98,420.01
349,103.88
29,481. 71
245,109. 09
348,963.80
157,152. 34
140,997.25
342,831.56
1. 769,138. 60
191,009.81
130,692.89
83, 638.19
142,606.48
471,747.05
216,998.97
498,510. 98

249, 900. 00
251,330.00
150, 500. 00
110,805.00
189,060. 00
23,750. 00
83, 825.00
426,650.00
141,600.00
85,250. 00
124,000.00
1,730,915.40
86,000.00
62, 000. 00
64, 500. 00
77, 550. 00
381,994.00
164,800.00
334,200.00

3.57
5.79
5. 35
2. 75
4.97
3.02
8.12
6.17
5.80
5.22
5.66
5. 76
8.11
7.01
3. 85
7.31
4.07
3.34
5. 26
5.18

2. 34
3. 32
3.11
3.10
2.69
2.44
2.78
2.05
5. 61
3. 65
3.32
2.97
3.97
3.30
2.53
3. 53
3.90

3. 52
4.59
4.20
3.90
3.78
3.17
3.92
9. 52
7.32
4,82
5.17
7.26
5. 93
4.86
6.14
5. 46
4.19
3. 55
4.57
5. 41

2. 60
3. 06
2.30
2.90
3.69
4.85
3.74
5. 82
3.89
2.80
4. 91
3. 25
4.61
3. 35
2. 56
4.01
2. 84
2.83
2. 80
3.82
8.12
3.61
4.08
3.74

3.50 40
4 33 41
3.01 42
3.97 43
4.87 44
6.90 45
5.24 46
8.79 47
5. 30 48
3. 56 49
6. 30 50
4 29 51
5. 54 52
4.32 53
3. 76 54
5.00 55
4.33 56
3 75 57
3.33 58
4, 85 59
5.19 60
5. 36 61
5.45 62
5.17

1,764,032.15
496,740.84
170,184, 67
420,247.88
22,896.67
269,318.22
12,328,10
406,164.27
679,557.27
180,561.02
32,101.20
164, 483.00
86, 259.72
93,138.22
59, 551. 97
28, 435.35
285,516.09
10,531.77
68,680.92
5, 937. 50
54,122. 04
348,080.70
75,516.15
110,861.32
4,081,214.89

6,029, 528.30

6,293,882.76

4, 738, 629.40

1,694, 460. 22
510, 795. 01
512,967.84
184,657.87
861,726.36
315,398. 71
1,295,971.48
2,270, 282.01
725,387.79
338,272.36
630,953.21
382,337.00
640,033. 73
198,231.34
176,350. 87
937,140.42
66, 543. 80
90, 703. 67
21,991.79.
315,286. 48
1,093,330.06
405,627.91
117,397. 90

1,774,314.79
562,435.95
373,982.83
162,164.99
950,103.08
318,038.86
1,812,648.91
2,047,100.52
612,647.43
213, 887. 72
659,008.01
343,059. 06
819,445.11
348,806.08
378,080. 69
936,046.18
27, 545.14
13,037. 51
25,373.62
334,157.42
1,064,887.75
339,876.98
37,090.43

1,014,644.00
440.250.00
348,750.00
95,000.00
6"3,175. 00
296,500.00
1,141,497.50
2,249,000.00
446,175.00
146,000.00
526,808.84
195, 250. 00
462, 986. 53
173,000.00
167,500.00
745,308.32
13,000.00
30,000. 00
20, 000. 00
207,275. 00
810,000.00
142, 000. 00
30,000.00

4.54
3.91
2.47
4.95
5. 21
5. 20
5. 93
5. 30
5. 34
4.10
6.15
5. 70
8.16
6. 75
5. 78
5. 03
6.01
1.23

14,153,739.06

10,374,120.19

5.11

13, 785, 847.83




<>. 5 5

6.16
4.10
8. 70
5.05

7.54
5. 22
3.16

4.11 8
10.18 9
7.18 10
6. 67 11
5. 34 12
3.79 13
4.40 14
5. 29 15
3.95 16
3. 55 17
3.95 18
4 00 V)
6.10 20
21
22
23
?A
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
37
38
39

252

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
No. 73.—ABSTRACT OF REPORTS OP EARNINGS AND DIVIDENDS
FROM SEPTEMBER 1, 1903,

Location.

Number of Capital stock.
banks.

Surplus.

63
64
65
66
67
68
69
7-0
71
72
73
74
75
76
77

North Dakota ...
South Dakota
Nebraska .
Lincoln
Omaha
Kansas .
Kansas City
Wichita
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
Denver
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Indian Territory

78
79
SO
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89

Washington
Oregon
Portland
California
San Francisco
Los Angeles
Idaho
Utah
Salt Lake City
Nevada

90
91

Hawaii
Porto Rico
Total Island Possessions

3

625,000. 00

65, 500.00

Total United S t a t e s . . . 5,024

757,416,659.07

382,605,619. 43

Total Western States .

Arizona
Alaska .

Total Pacific S t a t e s . . .




Capital a n d
surplus.

Gross
earnings.

72
58
125
3
7
141
2
4
93
16
49
5
21
85
88

#2,791,900.00
2,270,000. 00
6,638,000.00
400,000.00
3, 250,000.00
8,182,850.00
1,200,000.00
500,000. 00
2, 569,000.00
985,000.00
3,135,000.00
1,700,000.00
1,166,800.00
3,292,500.00
4,415,000.00

1471,941.24
308,308. 91
1,666,850.00
159, COO. 00
610,000. 00
1,643,101.16
275. 000.00
116,500. 00
718,000. 00
197,050.00
1,031,765.00
810,000.00
241,540.00
362,666.40
800,894. 00

S3, 263, 841. 24
2,578,308.91
8,304,850.00
559,000.00
3,860,000.00
9,825,951.16
1,475,000.00
616,500.00
3,287,000.00
1,182,050.00
4,166,765.00
2,510,000.00
1,408,340.00
3,655,166.40
5,215,894.00

$682,732. 01
497,724.48
1 217 840 44
144, 639.62
641 673 38
1 488 808 68
188,981.46
105 085 71
877,866. 45
271, 094.50
869 692 44
646,587. 95
241,959.62
703 243 70
626,743.67

699

42,496,050.00

9,412,616.71

51,908,666.71

9,204,674.11

33
30
3
48
7
9
19
9
4
1
11
1

3,470,000.00
1,420,000.00
1,050,000.00
4, 885,356.00
7, 500, 000. 00
3, 980,000.00
875,000. 00
605,000.00
I f 100, 000. 00
82,000.00
605,000.00
50,000.00

1,209,000.00
395,568.11
200,000.00
1,514,500.00
3,801,000.00
830,000. 00
251, 623. 33
133,500.00
332,500.00
30,000.00
140,550.00
3,000.00

4,679, 000. 00
1,815,568.11
1,250,000.00
6,399,856.00
11,301,000.00
4,810,000.00
1,126, 623. 33
738,500.00
1,432,500.00
112,000.00
745, 550.00
53, 000. 00

1 138 533 13
358,380.79
353, 510. 08
900, 786.06
967,625. 31
688 573 09
281, 271. 79
156 406 11
207,521.11
26,748.22
140,818. 54
6,129.11

175

25,622, 356.00

8,841,241.44

34,463,597.44

5,226,303.34

2
1

525,000.00
100,000.00

65, 500. 00

590,500.00
100,000.00

45, 900.87
4,616.07

690,500.00

50,516.94

1,140,022,278.50 128,125,839.65

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

253

OF NATIONAL BANKS IN THE UNITED STATES—Continued.
TO MARCH 1, 1904—Continued.

Ratios.

Charged off.
Losses and
premiums.

825,729.50
35,080.96
148,158. 57
2, 651. 20
105,742.66
210,096.14
49, 087.49
6,718.72
235,697. 05
25, 826. 56
65,846.90
124,529. 43
23,692.06
63, 959.19
51,594.64

Expenses and

Net earnings.

Dividends.

taxes.

8271,200. 56
212,851.60
527,451.75
55,083.00
360,520.06
644,183. 22
90,273. 80
44,441.04
289, 746.25
93,137.14
408,151.11
352, 507. 75
104,193. 78
315,092.70
249,831.38

$385,801. 95
249,791.92
542,230.12
86, 905.42
175,410. 66
634,529.32
49, 620.17
53,925.95
352,423.15
152,130. 80
395,694.43
169,550. 77
114,073. 78
324,191.81
325,317.65

S273,591.67
180,925.00
402,091.17
106,000. 00
111,750.00
507,296. 51
43,000.00
22,000.00
289,250.00
65, 775. 00
169,450. 00
145,000.00
57, 572. 00
374, 629. 35
197,375. 00

Net earn- Dividends
ings to to capital Dividends
and
to capital.
capital and
surplus.
surplus.
Per cent.
11.82
9.69
6.53
1.55
4.54
6.46
3.36
8.75
10.72
12.87
9.50
6. 76
8.10
8.87
6.24

Per cent.
8.38
7.02
4.84
1.90
2.90
5.16
2.92
3.57
8.80
5.56
4.07
5.78
4.09
10. 25
3.78

Per cent.
9.80
7.97
6.06
2.65
3.44
6.20
3.58
4.40
11.26
6.68
5.40
8.53
4.93
11.38
4.47

63
64
65
C£
67
(i8
C9
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77

4,011,597.90

2, 945, 705. 70

7.73

5.67

6.93

540,274. 59
64,891.40
134, 350.46
81,041.13
175, 260. 24
53,331.55
48,863.18
63,572. 92
59,011.79
2,752. 50
25, 504. 39
531.79

327,750.12
106,648.27
94, 659. 45
331,915.16
277,911.34
244,824.78
112,222.36
55,891.50
106, 541. 01
13,091. 80
71,421.44
2,888. 75

270,508.42
186,841.12
124,500.17
487,829.77
514,453.73
390,416. 76
120,186.25
36,941.69
41,968.31
10,903. 92
43,892. 71
2, 708. 57

313,916.66
86, 050. 00
79,000. 00
222,750.00
340,000.00
109,000. 00
60,948.19
40, 700. 00
39,000. 00
4,920.00
36,500.00
1,500.00

5.78
10.29
9.96
7.62
4.55
8.12
10.70
5.00
2.93
9.74
5. 89
5.11

6.71
4.74
6.32
3.48
3.01
2.27
5.41
5.51
2. 72
4.39
4.90
2.83

9.05
6.06
7.52
4.56
4.53
2.74
6.97
6.73
3.55
6.00
6.03
3.00

1,249,385.94

1,745,765.98

2,231,151.42

1,334,284.85

6.47

3.87

5.21

8,626.88

20,521.19
1,914.11

16, 752.80
2, 701. 96

13, 250. 00

2.84
2.70

2.24

2.52 90

8,626.88

22,435. 30

19,454.76

13, 250. 00

2.82

1.92

2.12

17,128,866.19

50, 443,378.82

60,553,594. 64

41,516,023, 62

5.31

3.64

5.48

1,174,411.07

4,018,665.14




78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89

91

254

BEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
No. 73.—ABSTRACT OF REPORTS OF EARNINGS AND DIVIDENDS
FROM MARCH 1,1904,

Location.

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Boston
Rhode Island
Connecticut
Total New England
States.

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

New York
New York City . . .
Albany
Brooklyn
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
Pittsburg
Delaware
Maryland
Baltimore
District of Columbia .
Washington City.

Number of Capital stock.
banks.

Total, Southern States
Ohio
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Indiana
Indianapolis .
Illinois
Chicago
Michigan
Detroit
Wisconsin
Milwaukee . . .
Minnesota
St. Paul
Minneapolis..
Iowa
Cedar Rapids.
Des Moines...
Dubuque
Missouri
St. Louis
Kansas City ..
St. Joseph

$3,001,104.38 $13,142, 104. 38
1,607,519.49
6,962, 519.49
1,499,463. 57
7,709,463.57
14,728,400.00 52,095, 900.00
14,931,000.00 45,631, 000.00
3,659,891.02 13,685, 141. 02
8,546,900.00 28,516, 470.00

524 J 119,768,320.00

47,974,278.46

167,742, 598.46 12, 583,113.41

313 34,192. 840.00 16,470, 797. 29
41 106,400! 000.00 78,825, 000.00
4
1,250, 000.00 • 1,390,000.00
5
2, 225,000.00
1,352, 000.00
130 17,842, 650.CO 13,205, 250.00
562 53, 230,035. 00 39, 661,800. 82
34 2.1,905,000.00 24,830, 000.00
30 19,570, 000.00 25,360, 000.00
1,349, 763.00
23
2,238, 985.00
69
2,628, 918. 98
4,676, 700.00
18 11, 690,700.00
6,457, 200.00
1
150, 000.00
252, 000.00
11
3,525, 000.00
2,690, 000.00

263,345. 36
663,637. 29 I 5,
225,000. 00 117, 698.558. 60
494,228. 52
640,000. 00
424,514.61
577,000. 00
180,880. 33
047,900. 00
392,018. 47
891,835. 82
545,417. 61
735,000. 00
198,205. 74
930,000. 00
265,144.75
588,748. 00
657,492.58
305,618.
368,557.61
147,600.
37,114.23
402,000.
594, 623. 91
215,000.

75
70
42
23
48
2
23
51
21
28
6
377
6
7
6
19
99
8
60

278,125,910. 00 215,243,730.09
7,4C8, 500.00
5, S96,000.00
3,610, 000.00
2,485, 500.00
5,083, 000. 00
750, 000.00
2,210, 030.00
5,455, 000.00
2,340, 000.00
1,822, 500.00
2,400, 000.00
25,210, 200.00
1, 450,000. 00
1,575, 000.00
1,550, 000.00
2, 245,000.00
9, 345,900.00
4, 645,(100. 00
7,315, 000.00

971 ' S2,926,600. 00
2S9
13
11
6
163
7
305
12
83
5
105
6
198
6
5
253
3
4
3
69
7
6
3

Total, Middle States .. 1,572




Gross
earnings.

Capital and
surplus.

84 $10,141,000.00
56
5,355,000.00
48
6,210,000.0^
195 37,367, 500.00
30 60, 700,000.00
31 10,025,250. 00
80 19,969,570.00

Total Eastern States.. 1,241
Virginia
West Virginia
North Carolina...
South Carolina...
Georgia
Savannah
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
New Orleans .
Texas
Houston
Fort Worth...
Dallas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Louisville
Tennessee

Surplus.

29,190,1
10,200,C
9,975,C
2,400, C
14,137,C
4, 300.C
22, 51K Z
25, 600, C
8,580.(
4,100,C
8,455,C
4, 550,C
9,111,C
4,000,C
4, 450,C
15, 350,C
300, C
800, C
600,1
4, 312, E
15, 600, C
2, 650,C
550, C
201,729,100. 00

$1,034,455.78
599, 592.49
560,382.92
3,815,981.78
3,982,328. 75
763,005. 98
1,827,365.71

493,369,640.09 |47,120,102. 32
1,276, 580.90
850, 616.62
519, 398. 27
640, 4S2.06
989, 232.81
72, 813.11
493, 831.04
943, 953. 92
481, 238.44
465, 294.00
870, 721.59
4,331, 007.05
308, 132.08
255, 975.55
411, 837.20
354, 801. 84
1,109, 973. 39
554, 603. 28
1,247, 439. 97

3,9C5, 650. 63
2,093, 096.61
1,313, 600.00
751, £6:3. 04
2, G60,596.69
225, 000.00
1,032, 723.52
1,173, 632.76
846, 500.00
£93, £53.00
3,859, 000.00
7,105, 024.34
912, 500.00
605, 000.00
1,126, 000. 00
624, 775.00
2,488; £61). 99
1,869, 500. 00
2,246, 591.03

35,224,473. 61 128,151,073.61 16,177,883.12

2, 339
1, 470
1,649
1, 205
2,251
3,784
162
260
116
1,208
10,354
1,250
185

39,377, 027.60
14,430! 000.00
13,174, 000.00
3,300, 000.00
18, 703,073.39
6,119: 000.00
31, GOO!540.84
39,925, 000.00
11, 834:
,688.00
5,215, 000.00
10, 794,298.00
6,020, 000.00
10, 760,
,820.28
5, 205, 000. 00
,
6,701, 190.47
19,134, 520.92
462, 000.00
1,060, 000.00
716, 200. 00
5,521 ,412.66
25, 954,600.00
3,900, 089.76
735; 000.00

3,888, 184.20
1,214, 984. 07
1,386, 239,70
343, 826.64
2, 064,630.67
642, 889.62
3,740, 522.50
4, 670,999.29
1,537, 764.48
473, 746.43
1,314, 531.52
782, 145.64
1, 281,638.15
549, 675.43
634, 855,79
2,271, 016.83
109, 506.64
217, 157.86
57, 825.07
719, 811.81
2, 687,2£8. 00
946, 254.47
250, 943.15

78,914,361.92 j 280,643,461.92 31,786,387.96

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

255

OF NATIONAL BANKS IN THE UNITED STATES—Continued.
TO SEPTEMBER 1, 1904.

Ratios.

Charged off.
Losses a n d
premiums.

Expenses and Net earnings.
taxes.

Dividends.

Net earn- Dividends
ings to to capital Dividends
and
to capital.
capital and
surplus.
surplus.

$221,097.70
100, 713. 34
85, 660. 25
838,924.08
778, 942.69
147,105. 82
280,311. 94

$323, 432.23
217,373.54
213,668.87
1,581,366.64
1, 763,418. 58
211,917.34
748,224.49

$489,925.85
281,505.61
261,053.80
1,395, 691.06
1, 439, 967.48
403,982.82
798,829.28

8365,969. 50
200,650.00
324,481.00
1,160,475.43
927, 750.00
287,079. 25
672,672.45

Per cent.
3.73
4.04
3.39
2.68
3.16
2. 95
2.80

Per cent.
2.78
2.88
4.21
2.23
2.03
2.10
2.36

Per cent.
3.61
3.75
5.23
3.11
3.02
2.86
3.37

2,452, 755. 82

5,059, 401.69

5,070,955.90

3,939,077. 63

3.02

2.35

3.29

1,012, 659. 96
1,447, 453. 03
68, 430.05
76,107.59
310, 635.46
1,023,888.68
533,657. 57
149, 761. 57
12, 888.13
69,831.55
517,735. 35
' 237. 50
39, 771. 21

2,239,144.22
7, 649, 281. 44
371,491.12
165, 923. 03
1,168,589. 49
3,170,439.31
2, 318, 834. 66
1, 932,097.74
92, 289. 28
350,763. 89
603,798.96
17, 791. 46
233,820. 99

2,011,541.18
8, 601,824.13
54,307. 35
182,483. 99
1, 701,655.38
4,197,690.48
1,692,925.38
2,116,346. 43
159,967.34
236,897.14
247,023.30
19,085. 27
321, 031. 71

1,422,390.50
6,119,340.00
66, 500.00
90,120. 00
898,425.00
1,964,433.14
960,800.00
1,051,000.00
88,198.78
161,893. 00
471,874.50
20,160.00
215, 750. 00

3.97
4.64
2.06
5.10
5.48
4.52
3.62
4.71
4.46
3.24
1.36
4.75
5.17

2.81
3.30
2.52
2.52
2.89
2.11
2.06
2.34
2.46
2.22
2.60
5.01
3.47

4.16
5.75
5.32
6.67
5.04
3.69
4.39
5.37
3.94
3.46
4.04
8.00
6.12

5, 263,057. 65

20, 314, 265. 59

21, 542,779. 08

13, 530, 884. 92

4.37

2.74

4.87

175,201.79
217, 362. 36
22,006.52
167,496.80
84,016.13
1,100.00
26,751.33
57,582.60
16, 909. 39
29, 354, 58
35, 576. 36
547, 237, 71
37,438.89
14,236.51
117,710.37
68,095.90
201,983.27
71,258.44
143,751.91

615,841.09
303,946. 74
214,700.60
218,428. 38
402,974.71
29,737. 68
206,362.21
376,547. 68
142, 308.19
164,191.51
361,464.11
1, 558,007. 72
117,478.07
97, 500. 93
154,189.08
125, 780.13
447,859. 44
h09,031.71
553, 720.38

485, 538.02
329,307. 52
282,691.15
2,54, 506.88
502,241.97
41, 975. 43
260, 717. 50
509,823. 64
322,020.86
271,747.91
473,681.12
2,225,761.62
153,215.12
144,238.11
139, 937. 75
160,925.81
460,130.68
174,313.13
549, 967. 68

264,180.00
208, 580.00
198,200.00
108,80f>. 00
188,400. 00
21,250.00
105,825.00
212,311.67
141,000.00
89,500.00
124,000.00
973, 913. 30
81,000.00
62,000.00
97,500.00
102,050.00
343, 446.00
167, 300.00
299,100.00

4.29
4.07
5.74
7.86
7.03
4.31
8.04
7.69
10.11
9.65
7.58
6.89
6.49
6.62
5.23
5.61
3.89
2.68
5.73

2.33
2.58
4.03
3.36
2.64
2.18
3.26
3.20
4.42
3.18
1.98
3.01
3.43
2.84
3. 64
3. 56
2.90
2. 57
3.12

3.57
3.48
5.49
4.38
3.71
2.83
4.79
3.89
6.03
4.91
5.17
3. 86
5.59
3.94
6.29
4.55
3.67
3. 60
4.07

2,035, 070. 86

6,400, 070.36

7, 742, 741.90

^ 3,788,360.97

6.04

2.96

4.08

6%, 875.42
135, 509.99
260,749.21
49, 244.54
265,592.88
38,193.39
517,909.34
514,831.16
257,002. 62
72,506. 80
1S9, 962. 87
91, 789. 76
338,549.07
89,552.23
109,484. 53
180,300.47
19, 747.16
82,168. 85
9,634.00
60, 626.25
332,667.08
216,303. 31
21, 664. 73

1, 836,904.29
539,438. 86
705, 423.43
158,103.80
948, 069. 68
353,860. 34
1,615,993.49
2, 386, 023. 69
757,439.83
228,852. 36
605, 456.53
366, 270.00
739,054. 88
194,728. 56
219,871.69
1, 024, 392.38
63,266. 32
82,719. 03
23, 520. 74
299,029.11
1,227, 525. 23
437,512.22
116,152. 63

1,444,404.49
540, 035. 22
420,067. 06
136,478.30
850,968.11
250,835.89
1,606,619.67
1,770,144.44
523,322.03
172,387. 27
569,112.12
324, 085.88
404, 034.20
265, 394. 64
305,499. 57
1,066, 323. 98
26,493.16
52,269.98
24, 670.33
360.156.45
1,127,045.69
292,438.91
113,125. 79

1,087,945.00
440, 250. 00
383,250. 00
95,000.00
585, 238. 27
106,500. 00
1,338,087.03
1,199,000. 00
372,250.00
106, 000. 00
451,100.00
175,250.00
286. 7C0. 00
148,000.00
157, 500.00
701,036.46
14,000.00
25, 000.00
18, 000.00
194,812.14
838,000. 00
134,500.00
5, 000. 00

3.67
3.74
3.19
4.14
4.55
4.10
5.08
4.43
4.42
3.31
5.27
5.38
3.75
5.10
4.56
5.57
5.73
4.93
3.44
6.52
4.34
7.55
15.39

2.76
3.05
2.91
2.88
3.13
1.74
4.23
3.00
3.15
2.03
4.18
2.91
2.66
2.84
2.35
3. 66
3.03
2. 36
2.51
3.53
3.23
3.45
0.68

3 73
4! 32
3.84
3.96
4.14
2.48
5.94
4.68
4.34
2. 59
5.34
3.85
3.15
3.70
3.54
4.57
4.67
3.13
3.00
4.52
5. 37
5.08
0.91

4, 210, 865.66

14, 929, 609. 09

12,645,913.21

8,862,418.90

4.51

3.16

4.39




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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
No. 73.—ABSTRACT OF REPORTS OF EARNINGS AND DIVIDENDS
FROM MARCH 1, 1904, TO

Location.

North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Lincoln
Omaha
Kansas
Kansas City ..
Wichita
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
Denver
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Indian Territory .
Total, Western States.

89

Number of Capital stock.
banks.

Gross earnings.

143
2
4
25
17
54
5
22
89
103

$481, 741.24
324, 708.91
1, 789,650.00
168, 500. 00
630, 000.00
1, 787,654. 02
280, 000. 00
132, 000. 00
721, 500.00
232, 700.00
1,053, 150.00
825, 000. 00
278, 250.00
388, 841.24
899. 300.95

S3, 381, r41. 24 $455, 200.12
2, 669, ?08. 91
416, 640.21
8,579, 650.00 1,091,054. 30
768, 500. 00
124, 247. 20
3,880, 000.00
602, 455.14
10,416, 154.02 1,447, 206. 47
1,480, 000.00
199, 114.25
632, 000.00
87, 578.96
3, 377,000.00
589, 319. 54
1,267, 700.00
209, 085. 07
4,408, 150.00
961 469.65
3,325, 000. 00
679; 124. 52
1,595, 050.00
234, 079.75
3,778, 841.24
660, 945. 30
5,480, 900.95
769^ 345.86

743

45,047,400.00 | 9,992,996.36

55, 040,396. 36 8,526,866.34

3, 605.000.00
1, 545,000. 00
1,050, 000. 00
5,265, 000.00
7,800, 000.GO
4, 684,000.00
1, 050,000. 00
630, 000.CO
1,100, 000.00
282, 000.00
635, 000.CO
50, 000. 00

1,356, 500. 00
442, 378.12
610, 000.00
1,643, ?8. 66
3,977, 250.00
1,860, 000.00
285, 674. 00
136, 500. 00
333, 600.00
35, 000.00
195, 300.00
750. 00

4,961, 500.00 1,147, 607.68
1,987, 378.12
322, 421. 50
1,660, 000. CO
288, 338.42
6, 908,778. 66
912, 117. 35
11,777, 250.00
912, 106.86
6,544, 000.00
668, 366.64
1,335, 674.00
254, 016.62
766, 500.00
128, 15G.26
1,433, 600. 00
182, 574.66
42, 878.10
317, 000.00
176, 556.70
850, 300.00
7,213.90
53, 750.00

190 j 27,716, COO. 00

10,879,730.78

38,595,730. 78 5, 040, 354 69

Hawaii
Porto Rico.
Total, Island Possessions
Total, United States..! 5,244




Capital and
surplus.

$2,900, 000. 00
2, 345,000.00
6,790, 000. 00
600, 000.00
3, 250,000.00
8,628, 500.00
1, 200,000.00
500, 000.00
2,655, 500.00
1,035, 000.00
3,355, 000. 00
2, 500,000.00
1,316, 800.00
3, 390,000.00
4, 581,600. 00

77
61
130
4

Washington
Oregon
Portland
California
San Francisco.
Los Angeles . . .
Idaho
Utah
Salt Lake City.
Nevada
Arizona
Alaska
Total, Pacific States.

Surplus.

535,000.00 I
100,000.00

69,500. 00

604,500. 00
100,000.00

47, 527 07
3, 388 09

635,000.00

69,500.00

704,500. 00

50, 915.16

765,948,330.00 i 398,299,071.22 '1,164,247,401.22 121,285,623.00

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

257

OF NATIONAL BANKS IN THE UNITED STATES—Continued.
SEPTEMBER 1, 1904—Continued.

Ratios.

Charged off.

Losses and
premiums.

Expenses and Net earnings.
taxes.

Dividends.

Net earn- Dividends
ings to to capital Dividends
and
capital and
to capital.
surplus.
surplus.

$29,112. 57
22,580.22
140,803.83
12,171. 83
94,004. 84
224,483.48
42,499.56
250.00
221,791.69
32,923.16
313,532.90
372,928.30
42,703.20
110,4i3.86
62,009.51

$289,621.27
230,680.01
508,883.05
73, 078. 50
364,911. 40
589,690.44
98,160.47
47,057.47
221,479.62
85,060.43
435,601. 72
266,874.89
111,785.11
331,793.81
289,372.08

$136,466.28
163,379. 98
441,367.42
38, 996.87
143,538.90
633,032.55
58,454.22
40,271.49
146,048.23
91,101.48
212, 335.03
39,321.33
79,591.44
218,737.63
417,964. 27

$160,795.23
130,975.51
404,093.24
13,500.00
99,250. 00
413,902.46
43,000.00
22,000.00
227,500.00
68,025.00
197,200.00
140,000.00
56,072.00
230,089.65
218,500. 00

Per cent.
4.04
6.12
5.14
5.07
3.70
6.08
3.95
6.37
4.32
7.19
4.82
1.18
4.99
5.79
7.63

Per cent.
4.75
4.91
4.71
1.76
2.56
3.97
2.91
3.48
6.74
5.37
4.47
4.22
3.52
6.09
3.99

Per cent.
5.54
5.59
5.95
2.25
3.05
4.80
3.58
4.40
8.57
6.57
5.88
5.60
4.26
6.79
4.77

722,208.95

3,944,050.27

2,860,607.12

2,424,903. 09

5.20

4.41

5.38

185,956.29
32,725.65
15,343.12
103,885.41
147,731.59
44,415. 70
5,257. 42
10,869.59
38,205.89
2,032.80
16,090.85
711.68

436,244.25
129,095. 90
117,702. 55
344,251.79
288,636.66
257,046.81
107,676.43
55,130. 91
103,429.57
20,199.44
73,959.08
2,965.17

525,407.14
160,599. 95
155,292.75
463, 980.15
475,738.61
366,904.13
141,082.77
60,155.76
40,939.20
20,645.86
86,506.77
3,537.05

243,500.00
89,800.00
101,500.00
254,500.00
272,500.00
364,000.00
52,250.00
24,700.00
67,000. 00
4,920. 00
37,800.00
1,500.00

10.59
8.08
9.36
6.72
4.04
5.61
10.56
7.85
2.S6
6.51
10.17
6.58

4.91
4.52
6.11
3.68
2.31
5.56
3.91
3.22
4.67
1.55
4.45
2.79

6.75
5.81
9.67
4.83
3.49
7.77
4.98
3.92
6.09
1.74
5.77
3.00

603,225.99

1,936,338.56

2,500,790.14

1,513,970.00

6.48

3.92

5.46

8,356.29
625.00

20,299.58
2,590.04

18,871.20
173.05

13,250.00

3.12
0.17

2.19

2.48 90

8,981. 29

22,889.62

19,044.25

13,250.00

2.70

1.88

2.09

52,606,625.18

52, 382,831. 60

34,072,865.51

4.50

2.93

4.45




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75
76

77

78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89

91

16,296,166.22

CUR 1904 PT 1 -

63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74

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No.

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

74.—RATIOS TO CAPITAL,

AND

TO CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, OF THE

EARNINGS

TORY, FROM MARCH 1, 1900,
[Figures in bold-faced
Ratio of dividends to capital for six months ended—
State, reserve city,
and Territory.

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Boston
Rhode Island
Connecticut
New York
New York City ..
Albany
Brooklyn
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
Pittsburg
Delaware
Maryland
Baltimore
District of Columbia.
Washington
Virginia
West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
Savannah
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
New Orleans
Texas
Houston
Fort Worth
Dallas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Louisville
Tennessee
Porto Rico
Ohio
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Indiana
Indianapolis
Illinois
Chicago
Michigan
Detroit
Wisconsin
Milwaukee
Minnesota
St. Paul
Minneapolis
Iowa
Cedar Rapids
Des Moines
Dubuque
Missouri
St. Louis
Kansas City
St. Joseph
North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Lincoln
Omaha
Kansas
Kansas City
Wichita
Montana



Ratio of dividends
to capital and
surplus for six
months ended—

ta
3.4
4.4
3.0
3.0
2.7
2.5
3.6
3.5
5.2
1.3
6.5
4.8
3.7
4.0
3.9
3.9
3.4
3.2
4.0
5.5
3.9
3.6
3.7
4.4
3.8
2.5
4.6
3.1
5.3
5.0
5.3
8.1
4.1

3.5

P.ct
3. 6
3.6
3.1
2.9
2.7
2.1
3.5
4.4
4.6
4.3
6.5
4.7
4.1
4.0
4.0
3.9
3.6
3.8
8.0
5.7
3.5
3.5
3.8
4.2
4.4
3.2
4.0
4.8
6.2
4.9
5.3
3.3
4.5

P.ct P.ct. P.ct P.ct. P.ct P.ct P.ct P.ct. P.ct P.ct.
4.0
3.6 3.4 3.5 3.6 2.8 2.8
3.6
3.5
3.5 3.7 3.6 3.8 3.5 2.9
4.0
3.2
3.2 3.2 3.2 3.8 3.5 5.2 2.5 2.6
3.0
3.1 2.9 3.2 4.1 3.1 3.1 2.2 2.1
2.8
2.9 2.8 2.9 2.9 3.0 3.0 2.0 2.0
2.4
2.6 2.8 3.2 2.7 2.8 2.9 1.9 1.7
3.5
3.3 3.2 2.6 3.2 3.2 3.4 2.6 2.6
3.8
3.6 4.1 4.3 4.2 4.1 4.2 2.6 3.2
4.5
18.7 5.2 4.9 4.9 10.2 5.8 2.7 2.8
4.5 4.4 4.9 6.7 5.5 7.2 5.3 7.1 2.2
6.5 6.5 6.7 6.6 6.7 6.7 6.7 2.7 2.7
4.5 6.5 5.2 4.6 4.9 5.3 5.0 3.1 3.0
3.6 3.7 4.4 3.8 4.0 3.8 3.7 2.3 2.6
4.2 3.4 4.1 4.2 4.2 4.4 4.4 2.2 2.1
4.1 4.0 4.3 4.1 4.2 5.3 5.4 2.2 2.2
3.8 3.7 4.1 4.1 4.0 4.0 3.9 2.7 2.7
3.4 3.5 3.6 3.6 3.5 3.5 3.5 2.3 2.4
4.6 3.9 4.1 4.0 4.1 4.0 4.0 2.3 2.7
8.0 4.0 8.0 4.0 8.0 4.0 8.0 2.5 5.0
5.9 6.0 6.0 6.0 5.1 6.1 6.1 3.7 3.8
4.6 3.8 3.7 5.3 4.8 3.5 3.6 2.7 2.6
4.1 3.7 3.7 4.0 5.1 4.6 3.5 2.8 2.7
3.7 3.9 3.7 3.9 4.0 4.2 5.5 2.9 2.9
4.2 4.3 4.1 4.2 7.0 5.9 4.4 3.1 3.1
3.8 3.8 3.7 3.8 3.6 3.8 3.7 2.8 3.2
3.2 3.2 3.2 2.8 1.9 2.4
3.2 3.2
4.0 20.3 3.9 4.8 3.1 2.6
4.0 4.4
4.5 6.3 9.5 3.9 2.5 4.1
3.4 4.1
5.8
3.6 4.2
4.4 6.3
7.3
4.8 8.8 4.8 6.0 3.5 3.4
4.7 6.3
4.9 4.2 5.2 4.9 2.5 2.5
5.3 5.0
4.6
5.2 6.3 2.5
6.0
3.7 6.9
7.3
5.3 3.3 5.9 3.9 2.6 2.9
5.3 4.4
4.9
5.6
4.9 3.9
6.1 6.3
5.5 4.5 4.6
5.7
6.0
4.2 3.7 3.2
4.0
4.1
3.5 3.6 2.6
3.3
3.5 3.4
4.6 4.1 2.9
4.1 4.2 4.5

3.4
4.4
3.3
3.2
5.1
2.6
5.8
4.3
4.1
3.1
4.1
3.7
12.6
2.2
2.6
4.5

P.ct.

3.4
4.4
3.1
3.2
4.4
2.6
6.8
6.7
4.7
3.1
4.5
3.4
4.6
2.2
3.0
5.7

3.4
4.4
3.0
3.3
4.1
2.3
4.9
4.9
5.4
3.1
4.1
3.4
4.4
3.7
2.8
4.3

3.4
4.4
2.9
3.3
4.3
2.2
5.0
5.2
5.5
4.2
4.9
4.0
6.3
2.9
2.9
5.3

3.4
4.6
3.3
3.5
4.3
1.8
4.6
3.9
4.4
2.3
5.0
7.3
3.6
2.9
2.8
5.2

3.5
4.7
3.4
3.5
5.0
5.8
5.6
4.1
5.4
2.2
5.9
3.6
5.7
3.7
3.0
5.0

3.1

3.1

3.9

3.9

3.9

3.5

4.3
4.1
3.7
4.3
2.7
2.7
4.3
3.5
1.4
3.6

4.4
4.1
4.0
2.9
7.3
4.5
4.4
2.7
1.3
3.7

4.7
3.9
2.4
2.9
3.3
3.9
5.0
3.3
1.2

4.9
4.3
6.6
3.6
9.8
5.7
6.5
3.8
1.2
4.9
3.0

4.4
4.3
5.3
2.1
5.0
4.0
5.9
3.8
1.2
4.8
3.0

7.0
5.5
5.3
3.6
9.9
5.5
5.2
3.7
1.4
6.2
3.0

13.6 ! 2.4

4.8

8.0

4.2

8.6 11.3

3.7 2.6 2.6
4.3 3.1 3.2
3.8 2.3 2.6
2.7
4.0
4.1 *3."2' 3.9
2.5 1.7 1.7
5.9 3.5 4.2
4.7 3.0 2.9
4.3 3.2 3.1
2.6 2.6 2.6
5.3 3.6 3.3
3.8 3.0 3.0
3.2 3.8 11.2
3.7 1.9 1.9
3.5 2.3 2.2
4.6 3.3 3.6
4.7
3.1 2.8 2.4
3.0
4.5 3.5
5.4 3.3
5.1 3.1
.9 1.6
5.5 6.1
5.6 3.0
5.9 3.3
2.3 1.9
3.1 1.1
4.8 3.1
3.6
4.4
8.6 11.6 2.0

P.ct.
3.2
2.8
2.6
2.2
2.0
1.9
2.5
2.8
2.5
3.2
2.9
3.0
2.3
2.0
2.2
2.6
2.4
2.4
2.5
3.7
2.7
2.8
3.0
3.7
2.8
2.4
2.7
3.2
4.2
3.4
2.7
6.2
3.1

2.6
3.2
2.5
2.6
3.4
1.7
5.0
4.5
3.5
2.6
3.6
2.7
3.8
1.9
2.5
4.7
2.4

4.1

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE
AND DIVIDENDS OF NATIONAL BANKS
TO SEPTEMBER 1, 1904.

259

CURRENCY.

IN EACH STATE, RESERVE CITY, AND TERRI-

type indicate loss.]

[ar.1
L902.

Ratio of dividends to capital and
surplus for six months ended—

ti

*$' '
P.ct. P.ct.

a

si
<

P. ct P.ct.

si

w.

2.8
2.7
2.6
2.3
2.1
2.2
2.0
3.0
2.9
3.2
2.8
2.8
2.3
2.1
2.0
2.6
2.3
2.6
2.5
3.5
3.6
2.9
2.9
3.1
2.7
2.4
2.5
3.5
4.2
3.3
2.0
4.6
3.3

2 6
2 8
3.0
3 0
2 0
2 1
2 3
2 9
2 9
2 6
2 7
2 9
2 4
2 0
2 1
2 5
2 3
2.7
5.0
2 7
3 2
3 7
3.0
5 4
2 6
2 4
13 2
4 8
6 6
2 8
1 9
2 5
3 0

2. 8
2. 5
3. 1
2. 5
3] 2

6.3
4.3
3.1
2.4
3.5

4 1
2. 2
3 2
2 5
3 1

P.ct
2 7
2 8
2 8
2 3
2 0
2 1
2 2
2 8
5 9
3 4
2. 7
3 ]
2 2
2 1
2 5
2 5
2. 3
2 6
2.5
3. 5
2. 3
3.3
3. 1
3. 1
2. 7
2. 4
2.8
7. 5
5. 2
3. 2
2.0
5.6
3. 7
3. 3
3. 0
4. 0
3. 3
2. 5
3. 5

2. 6
3. 3
2. 5
2. 7
3. 3
1. 3
3. 4
2. 6
3.3
1. 8
3. 9
5. 5
3. 0
2. 4
2. 2
4. 2

2.7
3.3
2.6
2.6
3.8
4.2
4.0
2.7
4.1
1.8
4.6
2.7
4.6
2.9
2.3
4.1

2.9

2 5

2.6

4.0
3.3
5.1
2.7
8.3
5.0
5.3
3.1
1.1
4.1
2.4

3. 6
3. 2
4. 0
1. 6
4. 3
3. 5
4.8
3. 0
1. 1
4.1
2. 4

5.6
3.1
3.7
2.9
8.2
4.8
4.1
2.8
1.2
5.2
2.7

2. 6
3 1
2. 6
2 8
3' 3
1. 1
3. 9
3. 1
3. 4
3.0
4. 5
2. 7
2. 7
3. 0
2. 4
4. 0
2. q
3. l
2 5
3 6
3.1 J
3. 7
2. 8
7. 8
3. 1
4. 1
2.2
1. 5
4. 2
2. 6
3. 2
6. 9

2. 6
3. 1
2. 3
2. 9
3. 7
4. 8
3. 7
5. 8
3. 9
2. 8
4. 9
3. 2
4. 6
3. 3
2, 6
4! 0
2. 8
2. 8
2 8
3. 8
3. 1
3. 6
4. 1
8. 4
7. 0
4. 8
1. 9
2. 9
5. 2
2. 9
3. 6
8. 8

2.8
3.1
2.6
2.2
2.1
2.0
2.3
2.7
10.7
2.3
2.7
4.1
2.3
1.8
2.0
2.5
2.3
2.7
2.5
3.7
2.8
2.8
2.9
3.2
2.8
2.4
2.8
3.3
4.4
3.9
2.3
5.4
2.9

2.8
2 8
2 6
2 1
2 0
2 1
2 3
2 9
3 0
2 3
2 8
3 2
2 7
2 0
2 1
2 7
2 3
2 8
5 0
3. 7
2 7
2* 7
2 8
3 0
2 7
2 4
2 6
2 9
5 4
2 5
2. 2
3. 2
3. 8

"I'.S
3.2
2.5
3.3
2.6
3.1
2.3
2.6
3.3
1.7
3.7
3.6
4.2
3.0
3.9
3.1
5.1
2.4
2.4
4.3

8.1

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a

Ratio of earnings to capital and surplus for six months
ended—

S' 1

1

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i

P.ct. P.ct. P.ct. P.ct P.ct. P.ct. p. ct P. ct P.ct P.ct. P.ct
2.9
3 9
2.9
3 7
4.2
3.0
2.2
3 0
2.0
3.2
2.1
1.4
2.4
3.4
2.8
3 6
3.3
6 4
2.5
4 7
2.5
5.3
2.9
4 8
2.1
4 7
2.1
4 8
2.3
5 6
2.5
4 0
2.2
4 3
2.6
4 4
5.0
5.8
3.5
5 8
2.3
4 3
2.6
4 2
4.0
4 5
3.4
3 1
2.6
4 0
2.2
2 9r
3.3
5 3
3.2
3 7
4.4
4 5
3.1
6 9
2.0
5 0
3.0
6 1
3 2
3.4
2.8
3.6
3.6 **5. 8*
2.9
3. 8
2.6
5.6
3.1
4. 4

5. 2
6.3
4. 3
3. 6
3. 8
3.7
3. 3
4.5
10.3
3. 8
3. 7
5.8
5. 3
5. 3
5.8
5. 4
5. 6
3. 6
14. 3
6. 8
6. 4
5. 7
5. 9
8. 1
6. 2
3. 0
5. 7
6. 3
8. 7
11. 0
5. 9
7. 3
6. 4

3.4
4.8
2.7
3.0
2.3
3.0
3.3
3.8
4.6
4.8
3.1
4.1
4.7
3.8
5.3
3.1
3.6
3.0
6.2
6.1
6.5
4.9
4.6
2.3
4.3
4.1
6.1
5.5
4.9
7.6
4.5
6.8
5.9

3.8
3.2
3.5
2.0
3.1
3.0
3.0
3.0
5.9
5.1
1.3
4.9
4.3
3.8
5.8
4.1
3.9
3.0
5.6
5.0
6.2
5.8
4.1
6.6
6.6
3.6
7.3
7. 7
10.7
13.0
7.2
8.2
6.6

3.8 3 2
4.2 3 1
3.3 3 3
3.0 3 0
3.9 3 9
3.4 2 9
3.0 3 1
5.0 3 9
6.0 6 3
4.5 2 8
3.1 4 3
5.2 4 7
5.6 4 8
4.9 4 7
4.5 4 6
4.5 4 4
4.6 4 0
3.7 4 2
7.1 8 9
5.4 5 2
6.2 5.1
6.5 6 4
5.6 5.2
1.7 6 7
5.7 6 6
3.0 3 5
5.9 7 6
6.3 7 8
3.4 7 7
7.9 10.8
5.3 6 4
6.5 6 5
8.5 5.5

3.6
3.1
3.3
2.1
3.2
2.5
3.1
3.5
14.4
2.0
4.1
4.7
4.9
3.6
4.6
4.3
3.9
3.9
8.3
5.8
6.5
5.9
4.7
1.0
5.4
3 4
7.1
4.5
5.3
5.8
6.0
7.5
4.4

3. 0
2 8
3] 4
2.6
2 9
3! 6
3. 0
4. 3
5 6
6 0
4. 7
3. 5
5.0
4. 4
4. 8
3. 1
4. 0
3. 7
3.2
5. 8
5. 9
7. 3
5. 1
7. 0
6. 5
3 7
5. 9
6. 9
7. 5
12. 1
6. 0
7. 5
7. 0

"7." 4* "6*4* **6*8" "6.2"
4. 8
4.3
3.6
3.6
2. 9
3.5
4.2
3.7
4! 1
4.4
3.5
3.9

7. 7
9. 2
4.2
2. 0
3! 6

4.3
6.6
4.0
2.4
4.8

4.0
5.7
3.0
5.2
4.8
4.9
5.7
6.7
4.5
4.0
5.6
8.1
9.5
4.3
4.6
5.2

3.8
4. 4
2. 7
3. 7
4. 0
6. 2
5. 6
8. 6
5.0
«
4' 3
7. 4
5. 2
7. 4
3. 7
6. 5

4.8
5.6
3.3
5.3
5.6
4.9
6.3
7.C
5.3
2.5
5.7
5.3
7.7
6.5
7.3
5.4

3.8

1. 8

1.4

2 7
6.8
15.7
5.0
10.3
8.9
7.3
8.6
4.3
5.4
2.4

4 4
6. 4
14. 8
18. 2
7. 7
6. 7
5. 4
13. 2
5
5.' 9
2.4

4. 7
2.8
4.1
3. 7
3.7
3.0
4. 2
5. 0
4.7
4.4
2.9
4. 2
3. 7
3.2
3.0
2.9
7. 5
5.9
5.2
3.1 "*3. 7* 5. 3
4.5
3.9
1.7
6. 3
7. 4
5.8
7.4
4.2
4. 3
4. 3
5.0
4.9
3.0
5. 3
4. 4
9.8
5.8
3.1
4. 1
4. 5
4.4
4.2
4. 1
2.0
3. 0
4.1
3.2
4.2
5. 1
5.1
5.0
5.0
2.9
5. 6
9. 4
6.0
6.8
2.7
5. 2 13. 3
4.1
6.1
2.8
1. 3
3.9
5.1
2.2
2.4
4. 2
3. 4
5.2
3.2
3.7
3. 7
4. 4
3.4
5.5
3.0
7, 7
2.4
1.2
2.3
4.8
2.5
3.5
4.2
4. 3
5. ,)
3.9
3.2 18. 8
5.4
5.2
4.9
3.4
5. 7
7. 6 12.6 13.4
.7
8.3
7.1
5. 4
3. 8
4.8
8.5
4.9
8. 2
4.0
4.9
5.2
2. 8
4. 4
5.7
4.7
4.4
5. 3
4. 4
5.0
1.8
5.6
6.2
5. 6
6.5
2.6
9 4. 3
1.9
2.3
4.0
5.6
4! 6
3. 9
5.4
2.9
4.5
3.5
......
6.7 "*8.*3 "*8."8* "*7."8"

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5 4

2.3
1.1
5.4

13.9
8.4
6.9
8.1
1.7
6.3
2.9

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1 8
3 5
3 2
2.2
3 7
3 2
3.2
4 2
9 0
4 3
2.7
4 5
4 9
4 0
3 3
4 5
3 2
1 7
6.8
4 9
3 6
5 8
5 4
2 8
5 0
3 0
8 1
6 2
5 8
5 2
5 7
5.8
8 1
0
6 3 3 9
5 1 7 3
4 3 4 1
4 8 3 3
5.4 5 3
6 2 7
4 1 4 5
5 0 3 9
3 2 2. 5
5 9 4 9
5 0 5. 2
5 9 5. 2
5. 7 5. 9
6 1 5.3
5.2 5. 3
5. 3 4. 1
5. 1 6. 1
6. 2 5. 7
5. 7 8. 2
2 8 6. 8
4. 8 5. 8
6. 4 5. 0
6 s 6 0
5. 9 1. 2
4. 4 3. 5
6 0 6 9
5. 4 4. 1
11. 3 8. 7
15. 6 5. 0
5.7 11. 8
6. 4 9. 7
4. 8 6.5
3. 8 1. 6
2.2 1 4. 5
6. 7 6. 5
4. 3 j 3. 4
7. 0 8. 7
10.
7. 6 1 7

3.7
4. 0
3 4
2. 7
3 2
3. 0
2. 8
4. 0
4. 6
2 1
5. 1
5 5
4. 5
3 6
4 7
4 5
3 2
1 4
4. 7
5.2
4. 3
4. 1
5. 7
7.9
7. 0
4 3
8. 0
7. 7
10. 1
9. 6
7. 6
6. 9
6. 5
6. 6
5. 2
5. 6
3. 9
2. 7
5. 7
2
3' 6
3! 7
3. 2
4. 1
4. 5
4. 1
5. 1
4. 4
4. 4
3. 3
5.3
5. 4
3. 7
5. 1
4. 6
5. 6
Fj 7
4. 9
3. 4
fi"5
4. 3
7. 5
15. 3
4. 0
6. 1
5. 1
5, 1
3.7
6.1
3. 9
6. 4
4. 3

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31
35
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41
45
4;
44
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46
4'
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4<
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51
52
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56
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5c
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61
62
62
64
65
66
61
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70
71
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260

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

No. 74.—RATIOS TO CAPITAL, AND TO CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, OF THE EARNINGS
TORY, FROM MARCH 1, 1900,
[Figures in bold-faced
Ratio of dividends to capital for 6 months ended—
State, reserve city,
or Territory.

n
xn

P.ct.
Wyoming
3.3
Colorado
4.5
Denver
New Mexico
...110.6
Oklahoma
Indian Territory
Washington
Oregon
Portland
California
San Francisco . . .
Los Angeles
Idaho
10.0
Utah
Salt Lake City...
Nevada
Arizona
Alaska
Hawaii
Average.




4.0

P.ct. P.ct.
3.9 4.4
5.0 6.0
3.8 5.3
10.6 7.9
8.0 7.2
3.0 3.9
4.7 5.2
5.2 6.3
5.5 15.9
4.3 4.3
3.7 4.3
4.0 2.2
5.5 7.8
3.8 4.2
'4*6" 'e.'o'
5.9 7.2
.0 2.5
1.3

I1

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02

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P.ct. P.ct. P.ct. P.ct. P.ct.
4.1 4.8 5.4 i.l 13.6
6.0 7.0 7.9 6.6 7.9
4.4 5.9 50.2 7.1 4.1
6.8 6.2 5.7 5.3 5.1
9.4 8.8 8.6 11.7 5.0
5.1 6.8 3.9 7.6 10.2
3.8 5.7 5.7 7.1 7.2
5.0 7.0 6.9 8.4 9.1
5.9 7.3 5.9 8.0 7.1
4.4 6.3 4.4 4.5 4.3
3.9 3.8 3.8 4.9 3.2
3.6 3.4 4.1 1.8
5.1 7.7 11.8
4.7
5.5 5.1 3.7
5. 7
5.8
'6.'6* 6.6 6.0
6."6"
5.8 6.1 5.7
11.8
2.5 2.5 2.5
2.5
2.4 2.4 2.5
2.5
4.0

Ratio of dividends
to capital and surplus for 6 months
ended—

4.3

4.4

4.6

P.ct.
&. 7
5.4
8.5
4.9
11.4
4.5
9.0
6.1
7.5
4.6
4.5
2.7
7.0
6.7
3.5
6.0
6.0
3.0
2.5
5.5

P.ct. P.ct.
2.9 3.3
3.6 3.9
3.0
8*6* 8.5
9.0 7.3
2.6 2.3
4.2 4.0
5.1 4.2
5.8 4.7
3.6 3.5
3.0 2.6
3.4
4.0
3.0

P.ct. P.ct.
3.9 3.5
4.7 4.6
4.1 3.4
6.4 5.5
6.7 8.6
3.2 4.1
4.3 3.1
5.1 4.0
13.8 5.0
3.3 3.5
3.3 2.7
1.8 3.2
5.7 3.5
3.4 4.6

"3.*8* 5.*7'
4.8 5.9 9.7
.0 2.5 2.4
1.2 2.4
2.8

2.8

2.9

2.9

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

261

AND DIVIDENDS OF NATIONAL BANKS IN EVERY STATE, RESERVE CITY, AND T E R R I TO SEPTEMBER 1, 1904—Continued.

type indicate loss.]

2 9

3 0

2 9




3.6

2 9

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Sept, 1
1904.

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Sept. 1
1903.

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903.

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ar. 1
902.

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900.

ended—

CO

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P. ct. P . ct. P. cf. P. c*. P. ct. P. ct.
o 4
4 0
6. s 11 3
5. 6
4 2
6. 1
4 ft
4.1
ft.4
6. 1
ft.1
4 2
5.8
4. 4 38 4
5. 3
3. 4
3 ft
4. ft 4. 3
4.1
4 7
ft 1
6 1
4. ft 10.2
7 7 10. 6
8. 0
8. 6
4 0
3.2
6. 2
3.8
5.6
4 5
4 9
6.7
ft.4
4 ft ft.4
7t 1
4 0
6
4.7
6.
ft 6
5.5
6 2
ft 9
6 1
6.3
6.8
50
3 3
3 7
3.5
5 0
3 ft 8 4
• 1
>
2 3
2.6
3.0
2 ft 3 3
3
ft 6
3 ft 1 ft 2.3
3 0
3 9
9 0
ft 8
6 2
5.4
3.8
3 0
4 0
5.5
3 ft 4 4
3 2
4 F
4 7
> 2.7
ft 3
4 7
1 6
4 9
4.4
6 0
4 t
4 4
4.9
73
ft 0
4 9
2 8
2 4
2 4
2 4
2.8
2 4
(
2 3
> 2 2 2
2 1
2 3
2 2
4 0

Ratio of j a m in gs to capital and surplus for 5 months

jpt.l
904.

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904.

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Ratio of dividends to capita! a n d
surplus for 6 months ended—

P.c*. P. ct. P. ct. P.ct. P. ct. P. ct. P. Ct. P.ct. P. ct. P.ct.
3 q
6. 6

9. 0
12. 4
8. 1
7 4
7 9
ft 9
4 9
4 9
8 2
3 8

9 r> 7.6
4 0
4. 9 11. 0
5.8
6. 6
0. 3
3.3
8 3
9
7.4
8
12 7 13. 3 12.9
8. 4
9.2
79
6.9
9.6
ft 7
0 ft
7 6 14.0
8
9.0
93
ft 2
5.1
7 1
5.5
5.1
o3
3 8
8 2
6.2
4 2 10 2
5.5
o 2
4 9
4.8

8.8
11.1
5.7
7.5
14.7
9.7
10.4
8.0
9.0
7.9
5.1
5.8
3.3
3.4

8.9
5.5
58.4
7.0
13.1
9.3
7.8
6.4
7.6
5.3
4.8
9.0
8.6
10.4

ft 3
8 7
1 ft

3 1
7 n
3 2

26 . 1
7 6
3 1
1 6

7.7
7.5
5.0
4.4

6.8
8.9
2.7
4.5

12.2
7.1
3.2
2.9

4 7

5 5

4

4.5

5.9

5.0

6

8.7
11.6
9.2
6.3
4.6
11.3
7.4
6.2
13.2 10.0
8.9
8.1
7.6
11.7
9.8
10.0
11.3 16.1
7.1
7.6
4.9
4.3
8.7
6.1
1.2 11.8
7.2 ft. ft
4.8
9.3 10.8
8.1
7.7
3.6
4.2
3.2
3.1
6.1

5.1

12. q 7.2
9.5 4.8
6. 8 1.2
8. 1 5.0
8. 9 5.8
6. 2 7.6
ft.8 10.6
10. 3 8.1
10. 0 9.4
7. 6 6.7
5. 6 4.0
8. 1 5.6
10.8 10.6
ft.0 7.8
9 q
2.9
9. 7 6.5
ft.9 10.2
5. 1 6.6
2.8 3.1
53

4.5

73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91

262
No.

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
75.—NUMBER OF NATIONAL BANKS, THEIR CAPITAL, SURPLUS, DIVIDENDS, NET
EARNINGS, AND RATIOS, YEARLY, 1870 TO 1904.
Ratios.

Year ended
March 1—

Number of
banks.

Capital.

Surplus.

Dividends, Net earnings. •§5

CM 2

0 II!
f 03 0

1870.
1871.
1872.
1873.
1874.
1875.
1876.
1877.
1878.
1879.
1880.
1881.
1882.
1883.
1884.
1885.
1886.
1887.
1888.
1889.
1890.
1891 .
1892.
1893.
1894.
1895.
1896 .
1897.
1898.
1899.
1900.
1901 .
1902.
1903.
1904.

1,526
1,602
1,721
1,882
1,961
1,989
2,061
2,080
2,073
2,045
2,045
2,079
2,118
2,232
2,420
2,616
2,819
2,993
3,120
3,244
3,477
3,641
3,730
3,764
3,735
3,698
3,659
3,589
3,572
3,571
3,765
4,131
4,451
4,914

Average, 35 y e a r s . . .
Aggregate, 35 years.




$409,008,896
427,008,134
448,346,485
473,097,353
488,805,637
491,753,557
501,037,162
498,566,925
480,967,305
467,322,946
454,606,073
455,529,963
459,644,485
478,519,528
501,304,720
520,752,720
527,777,898
542,959,709
567,840,644
588,391,497
607,428,365
643,680,165
671,493,123
682,975,512
681,129,704
664, 712,365
655,960,855
647,402,875
628,885,895
610,426,625
603,396,550
622,366,094
659,608,169
688,817,835
746,365,438

$84,112,029
93,151,510
98,858,917
109,719,615
120,791,853
129.962,338
134,295,621
131,561,621
123,361,407
117,715,634
116,187,926
121,313,718
129,265,141
135,570,518
143,416,518
148,246,298
150,218,207
160.398,339
175,325,850
188,462,245
200,837,659
215,649,940
230,389,748
241,738,151
247,732,601
245,606,255
248,203, 540
249,236,838
248,113,173
244,324,378
250,543,068
257,948,290
285,623,449
324.462,477
372,551,716

559,682,606

184,997,045

$43,246,926
43,285,493
44,985,105
48,653,350
48,353,026
49.680,122
49,129,366
44,367,798
41,099,506
35,500,277
35,523,140
37,167,717
39,415,343
41,181,655
41,476,382
40,609,317
41,553,907
43,295,729
45,092,427
46,734,024
49,575,353
50,677,892
50,573,088
51,328,070
46,390,345
46,252, 545
45,551,673
43, 215,818
43,815,654
44,935,124
47,433,357
50,219,115
64,802,442
60,123, 622
73.640,123

Pr. ct Pr. ct. Pr. ct.
8.8 11.8
$58,218,118 10.5
8.3 10.4
54,057,047 10.1
8.2 10.2
54,817,850 10.0
8.4 10.7
62,499,369 10.3
7.9 10.3
62, 666,120 9.9
7.9 9.5
59,172,818 10.1
9.8 7.8 8.1
51,898,138
8.9 7.0 6.3
40,133,194
8.6 6.8 5.3
32,220,724
7.6 6.1 4.8
28,337,553
7.8 6.2 6.7
38,025,984
8.2 6.4 8.4
48,485,271
8.6 6.7 9.5
56,254,141
8.6 6.7 8.6
52,670,569
8.2 6.4
55,568,978
7.8 6.1
45,969,221
7.9 6.1 7.3
49,551,961
6.1 8.5
59, 611, 513 7.9
7.9 6.1 8.8
65,409,368
7.9 6.0 8.7
67,869,081
8.1 6.1 8.6
69,756,914
7.9 5.9 8.9
76,952,998
5.6 7.8
69,980, 730 7.5
7.5 5.5 7.4
68,386,632
6.8 5.0 5.6
52,422,069
6.9 5.0 5.0
45,560,309
6.9 5.0 5.4
48,566,794
4.8 5.4
48,612, 927 6.7
5.0
45,568, 032 6.9
7.4 5.4 5.2
49,315,441
7.9 5.6 5.8
69,981,810
8.2
8.1 5.7 10.0
87,674,175
9.8 6.8 10.5
99,103,168
8.7 5.9 10.1
102,743,721
9.9
116,475,135
10.4

46,539,567
59,843,939
1,628,884,831 2,094,537,873

8.32

6.25

8.04

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No. 76.—INDIVIDUAL DEPOSITS IN STATE, SAVINGS, PRIVATE BANKS, LOAN AND TRUST
COMPANIES, AND NATIONAL BANKS IN EACH STATE AND GEOGRAPHICAL DIVISION
ON OR ABOUT JUNE 30, 1892, 1896, 1900, AND 1904.
I n d i v i d u a l deposits.

Class of banks.
Maine:
Savings banks
Loan and trust companies

1892.

1896.

1900.

1904.

$50,278,452
2,516,143

$56,376,144
4,051,376

$66,132,677
9,058,640

$76,405,222
16,641,980

52,794,595
13,056,203

60,427,520
15,376,904

75,191,317
20,514,930

93,047,202
26,594,581

65,850,798

75,804,424

95,706,247

119,641,783

72,439,660

63,215,175

989,536
53,896,711

1,285,428
66,140,710

Total
National banks

72,439,660
7,995,897

63,215,175
8, 706,552

54,886,247
11,358,333

67,426,138
13,724,522

Grand total

80,435,557

71,921,727

66,244,580

81,150,660

24,674,742
9,074,162

32,170,743
8,401,334

38,290,394
10,037,117

46,958,291
11,431,032

33,748,904

40,572,077

48,327,511

58,389,323

369,526,386
61,553,543

439,269,861
89,136,887

533,845,790
105,674,935

608,415,410
127,240,591

Total
National banks

431,079,929
185,518,602

528,406,748
177,352,670

639,520,725
211,627,986

735,656,001
223,002,447

Grand total

616,598,531

705,759,418

851,148,711

958,658,448

863,887
66, 276,157
12,429,071

735,468
68,732,904
21,117,888

720,580
73,489,533
40,582,389

821,673
64,841,318
79,667,595

Total
National banks

79,569,115
19, 497, 273

90,586,260
19,949,586

114,792, 502
17,536,602

145,330,586
18,928,329

Grand total

99,066,388

110,535,846

132,329,104

164,258,915

4,082,611
122,582,160
3,934,765

5,091,727
143,159,123
6,083, 550

7,145,744
174,135,195
8,540,191

Total
National banks

130,599,536
34,816,045

154,334,400
34,377,603

189,821,130
41,240,257

233, 734, 729
44,062,599

Grand total

165,415,581

188,712,003

231,061,387

277, 797,328

New England States:
State banks
Savings banks
Loan and trust companies..

4,946,498
705,777,557
80,433,522

5,827,195
802,923,950
120,389,701

8,855, 860
939,790,300
163,856,155

9,377,483
1,074,938,925
237,836,539

791,157,577
269,958,182

929,140,846
264,164,649

1,112, 502,315
312,315,225

1,322,152,947
337,743,510

1,061,115,759

1,193,305,495

1,424,817,540

1,659,896, 457

197,876, 506
588,425,421
3,258,853
234,466,697

192,672,448
691,764,504
3,692,866
307,351,893

251,059,315
922,081,596
2,365,619
640,837,146

289,606,618
1,166,091,444
552,623
833,822,117

Total
National banks

1,024,027,477
393,528,528

1,195,481,711
408,754, 394

1,816,343,676
556,525,422

2, 290,072, 802
719,294,914

Grand total

1,417,556,005

1,604,236,105

2,372,869,098

3,009,367,716

Total
National banks
Grand total
New Hampshire:
State banks
Savings banks

Vermont:
Savings banks
National banks
Grand total
Massachusetts:
Savings banks
Loan and trust companies

Rhode Island:
State banks
Savings banks
Loan and trust companies

Connecticut:
State banks
Savings banks
Loan and trust companies

Total
National banks
Grand total
New York:
State banks
Savings banks
Private banks
Loan and trust companies




"

7,270,382
212,177, 974
14,286,373

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No. 76.—INDIVIDUAL DEPOSITS IN STATE, SAVINGS, PHIVATE BANKS, LOAN AND TRUST
COMPANIES, AND NATIONAL BANKS IN EACH STATE AND GEOGRAPHICAL DIVISION
ON OR ABOUT JUNE 30, 1892, 1896, 1900, AND 1904—Continued.
I n d i v i d u a l deposits.

Class of banks.
New Jersey:
State banks
Savings banks
Loan and trust companies
Total
National banks

1892.

1896.

1900.

1904.

$6,331,477
33,807,634
6,507,679

$6,723,859
39,635,535
16,843,780

88,144,031
57,886,922
40,045,780

$8,533,905
77,710,785
96,570,413

46,646,790
52,244,504

63,203,174
62,179,859

106,076,733
69,216,318

182,815,103
89,609,148

98,891,294

115,383,033

175,293,051

272,424,251

39,302,116
67,356,683
10,319,734
60, 686,280

40,086,517
73,937,636
6,371,614
101,812,081

73,345,813
105,416,854
7,406,101
160,259,761

108,'713,863
135,541,905
11,494,888
318,762,421

177,664,813
245,883,203

222,207,848
236,834,000

346,428,529
378,725,294

574,513,077
465,511,693

423,548,016

459,041,848

725,153,823

1,040,024,770

1,121,336
3,626,319
795,870

758,489
800,594
1,088,971

1,685,302
5,027,395
3,323,140

1,573,622
7,134,859
5,128,913

Total
National banks

5,543,525
4,577,876

2,648,054
4,371,904

10,035,837
5,502,620

13,837,394
6,906,905

Grand total

10,121,401

7,019,958

15,538,457

20,744,299

3,647,825
42,491,565
283,714

2,638,122
49,301,797
141,472
88,095

7,106,607
57,857,276
229,653
4,201,875

10,253,502
61,852,712
1,050,760
8,449,702

Total
National banks

46, 423,104
36,796,112

52,169,486
35,184,869

69,395,411
45,581,332

81,606,676
59,635,280

Grand total

83,219,216

87,354,355

114,976,743

141,241,956

60,178
4,153,663

197,333
5,079,306

885,639
10,719,937

2,144,470
16,335,207

Total
National banks

4,213,841
11,456,531

6,276,639
13,400,774

11,605,576
18,132,592

18,479,677
20,869,502

Grand total

15,670,372

18,677,413

29,738,168

39,349,179

248,279,260
735,767,800
13,862,301
306,610,189

242,879,435
855,637,399
10,205,952
432,264,126

341,341,068
1,149,155,682
10,001,373
859,387,639

418,681,510
1,450,476,175
13,09o,271
1,279,068,773

Total
National banks

1,304,519,550
744,486,756

1,540,986,912
750,725,800

2,359,885,762
1,073,683,578

3,161,324,729
1,361,827,442

Grand total

2,049,006,306

2,291,712,712

3,433,569,340

4,523,152,171

13,918, 941
497,189

14,606,504

22,451,581

34,104,619
220,536

Total
National banks

14,416,130
15,277,379

14,606,504
13,637,318

22,451,581
19,363,941

34,325,155
36,799,162

Grand total

29,693,509

28,243,822

41,815,522

71,124,317

Grand total
Pennsylvania:
State banks
Savings banks
Private banks
Loan and trust companies
Total
National banks
Grand total
Delaware:
State banks
Savings banks
Loan and trust companies

Maryland:
State banks
Savings banks
Private banks
Loan and trust companies

District of Columbia:
Savings banks
Loan and trust companies

Eastern States:
State banks
Savings banks
Private banks
Loan and trust companies..

Virginia:
State banks
Private banks




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No. 76.—INDIVIDUAL DEPOSITS IN STATE, SAVINGS, PRIVATE BANKS, LOAN AND TRUST
COMPANIES, AND NATIONAL BANKS IN EACH STATE AND GEOGRAPHICAL DIVISION

ON OR ABOUT J U N E 30, 1892, 1896, 1900, AND 1904—Continued.
I n d i v i d u a l deposits.

Class of banks.
West Virginia:
State banks
Savings banks
Private banks
Total ...
National banks
Grand total
North Carolina:
State banks
Savings banks
Private banks
Total
National banks
Grand total
South Carolina:
State banks
Savings banks
Private banks
Total
National banks
Grand total
Georgia:
State banks
Savings banks
Private banks
Total
National banks
Grand total
Florida:
State banks
Savings banks
Private banks
Total
National banks
Grand total
Alabama:
State banks.
Savings banks
Private banks
Total
National banks
Grand total
Mississippi:
State banks
National banks
Grand total
Louisiana:
State banks
Savings banks
Total
National banks
Grand total




1892.

1896.

1900.

1904.

14,228,791
697,250

$10,352, 562
257,320

$18,999,142
2,318,681

$36,984,165
925,357
137,817

4, 926,041
6,111,858

10,609,882
7,135,689

21,317,823
14,851,702

38,047,339
22,997,644

11,037,899

17,745,571

36,169,525

61,044,983

3,792, 462
295,991
587,761

3,472,346
638,209
839, 264

6,345,312
1,717,158
1, 218,328

15,751,010
4,333,888
184,363

4,676,214
3,785,158

4, 949, 818
4,772.433

9,280,798
7,313,472

20,269 261
11,848,552

8,461,372

9,722,251

16,594,270

32,117,813

1,832, 983
4, 785,125

1,970,371
4,392,244

3,263,144
5,511, 642

20,135,314

6,618,108
3,231,080

6,362,615
3,528, 064

8,774,786
5,428, 776

20,208,637
8,058,750

9,849,188

9,890, 679

14,203,562

28,267,387

8, 380,370
911,592
170,989

4,059,158
120,484
.%, 563

22,009,064

26,360 287

251,171

270,229

9,462,951
5,900,625

4,236,205
6,716,144

22,260,235
9,929,487

26,630,516
18,426,051

15,363,576

10,952,349

32,189,722

45,056,567

599,513
116,614
269,844

1,238,156

3,489,436
225,395

6,839,746

985,971
4,754,523

1,238,156
4,293,209

3,714,831
6,431,498

6,955,990
11,756, 315

5, 740,494

5,531, 365

10,146,329

18,712, 305

705, 691
607,226
619,853

538, 709

4, 588,607

3,052,974

1, 932, 770
5,728,654

1,046, 981
5,809,084

4,588,607
11,078,665

3,615,112
20,241,869

7,661,424

6,856,065

15,667,272

23,856,981

5,190,963
1,902,567

6, 753, 758
2,154,902

12,547,103
4,009,069

27,429,974
8,860,110

7,093,530

8,908,660

16,556,172

36,290,084

8,515,934
1,695,732

7,128,618
2,803,368

12,683,333
3,284,892

41, 575,962

10,211, 666
16,096,899

9,931,986
15,374,765

15,968,225
21,192,060

41,575,962
26,866,770

26,308,565

25,306,751

37,160,285

68,442,732

73,323

116,244

562,138

508,272

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No. 76.—INDIVIDUAL DEPOSITS IN STATE, SAVINGS, PRIVATE BANKS, LOAN AND TRUST
COMPANIES, AND NATIONAL BANKS IN EACH STATE AND GEOGRAPHICAL DIVISION,
ON OR ABOUT JUNE 30, 1892, 1896, 1900, AND 1904—Continued.
Individual deposits.
Class of banks.
Texas:
State banks
Savings banks
Private banks
Loan and trust companies

1892.
$662,940
389,202
3,453,957

1896.

83,221,918
172,151

1900.

1904.

$658,030
2,276,604

87,355,388

Total
National banks

4,506,099
29,614,126

3,394,069
28,353,146

2,934,634
48,779,767

7,355,388
86,771,322

Grand total

34,120,225

31,747,215

51,714,401

94,126,710

2,233,188
150,501

1,527,901

4,464,013

8,340,202

TotaL
National banks

2,383,689
2,179,905

1,527,901
2,027,482

4,597,891
3,234,316

8,340,202
8,963,102

Grand total

4,563,594

3,555,383

7,832,207

17,303,304

31,283, 511

25,557,816

32,295,874
1,426,150
322,081

35,291,390

Total
National banks

31,283,511
18,320,067

25,557,816
15,944, 222

34,044,105
27,678,018

39,050,187
35,941,514

Grand total

49,603,578

41,502,038

61,722,123

74,991,701

6,105,364
2,210,153

5,589,527
1,135,972

7,303,710
3,653,852

33,706,370

8,315,517
16,228,067

6,725,499
14,997,171

10,957,562
22,314,396

33,706,370
33,628,022

Grand total

24,543,584

21,722,670

33,272,958'

67,334,392

Southern States:
State banks
Savings banks
Private banks
Loan and trust companies..

87,450,651
11,859,386
5,599,593

82,795,625
9,347,597
4,626,017
172,151

150,440,319
17,369,650
5,306,131
322,081

289,572,013
5,259,245
8, 920,038
3,758,797

Arkansas:
State banks
Savings banks

Kentucky:
State banks

Tennessee:
State banks
Savings banks
Total . . . .
National banks

133,878

3,758,797

104,909,630
129,130,908

96,941,390
124,743,629

173,438,181
201,605,167

307,510,093
331,159,183

234,040,538

221,685,019

375,043,348

638,669,276

24,518,054
34,578,625
11,575,804

38,341,722
34,166,155
5,196,407

85,157,634
45,446,777
10,019,076

203,500,728
48,764,076
16,305,604

Total
National banks

70,672,483
105,279,741

77,704,284
97,250, 697

140,623,487
154,170,726

268,570,408
199,021,227

Grand total

175,952,224

174, 954,981

294,794,213

467,591,635

7,654,964
3,754,622
7,041, 994

9,147,051
3,970,174
7,008,443
427,016

16,798,432
5,650,961
8,530,240
3,677,329

29,689, 709
8,976,509
9,120,678
18,504,529

Total
National banks

18,451,580
35,755,191

20,552,684
31,833,719

34,656,962
57,442,290

66,291,425
84,503,139

Grand total

54,206,771

52,386,403

92,099, 252

150,794,564

Total
National banks
Grand total
Ohio:
State banks
Savings banks
Private banks

Indiana:
State banks
Savings banks
Private banks
Loan and trust companies




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No. 76.—INDIVIDUAL DEPOSITS IN STATE, SAVINGS, PRIVATE BANKS, LOAN AND TRUST
COMPANIES, AND NATIONAL BANKS IN EACH STATE AND GEOGRAPHICAL DIVISION
ON OR ABOUT JUNE 30, 1892, 1896, 1900, AND 1904—Continued.
I n d i v i d u a l deposits.
Class of banks.
Illinois:
State banks
Savings banks
Private banks
Loan and trust companies

1892.
821,155,695
38 902 457
14,856,720
18,551,857

1896.

1900.

1904.

Total
National banks

93,466,729
133,335,160

823,616,727
53 674 972
7,901,917
18,728,215
103,921,821
109,876,880

Grand total

226,801,889

213,798,711

358,774,091

572,507,924

5,609,274
57 664,722
2,196,715
689,129

66,212, 786

102,448,609

158,962,194

1, 500,826

3,442,350

5,715,849

Total
National banks

66,159,840
41,545, 111

67,713,612
35,957,215

105,890,959
50,386,120

164,678,043
66,847,709

Grand total

107,704, 951

103,670,827

156,277,079

231,525, 752

41,659,713
138,926
7,954,786

26,573, 706
192,663
5,070,572
363,024

45,929,285
568,187
10,431,449

75,746,112
865,551

Total
National banks

49,753,425
29,985,398

32,199,965
36,663,538

56,928,921
58,014,400

76,611,663
79,912,622

Grand total .

79,738,823

68,863, 503

114,943,321

156,524,285

27,977,874
8,786,879
2,011,766
2,196,070

23,188,344
10,262,550
1,607,390
1,202,412

28,130,738
12, 675, 732
3,221,816
989,203

41,036,882
19,238, 652
2,192,272
1,852,027

Total
National banks

40,972, 589
35,822,909

36,260,696
32,233,946

45,0]7,489
45, 753,096

64,319,833
71,167,878

Grand total

76,795,498

68,494,642

90,770, 585

135,487,711

16,361,012
26,115,384
10,928,893
1,001,399

15, 738, 952
28,227.842
5,233,187
4,364,963

32,938,940
58,208,115
9,372,661

42,524,061
88,947,278
5,283, 594

Total .
National banks

54,406,688
31,053,918

53,564. 944
24,874; 763

100,519,716
4b,822, 207

136,754, 933
61,808,800

Grand total

85, 460,606

78,439,707

146,341,923

198,563,733

67,234,147
6,355,444
2,177, 830

66,935,201
4,960,998
8,556,548

80,563,205
8,097,417

133,816,315
6,941,061
59,301,660

Total
National banks

75, 767,421
41,710,744

80,452, 747
36,697,328

88,660,622
63,634,595

200,059,036
112,397,180

Grand total

117,478,165

117,150,075

152,295,217

312,456,216

Middle Western States:
State banks
Savings banks
Private banks
Loan and trust companies..

212,170, 733
169,941,615
62,922,122
24,616,285

269.754, 489
130,494,856
38,479,740
33,642,178

561,170,834
122,549, 772
66,059,342
4,666,532

993,024,524
166,792,066
60,445,910
79,658,216

Total
National banks

469,650,755
454,488,172

472,370,763
405,388,086

754,446, 480
651,849,201

1,299,920,716
925,531,104

Grand total

924,138,927

877,758,849

1,406,295,681

2,225,451,820

Michigan:
State banks
Savings banks
Private banks
Loan and trust companies

Wisconsin:
State banks
Savings banks
Private banks
Loan and trust companies

Minnesota:
State banks
Savings banks
Private banks
Loan and trust companies

Iowa:
State banks
Savings banks
Private banks .
Loan and trust companies

Missouri:
State banks
Private banks
Loan and trust companies

$169,203,991

8307,748,523

12,944,333

14,886,852

182,148, 324
176,625,767

322,635,375
249,872,549

a Legislative enactment of 1903, practically prohibits private banks.




(a)

268

EEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLEK OF THE CURRENCY.

No. 76.—INDIVIDUAL DEPOSITS IN STATE, SAVINGS, PRIVATE BANKS, LOAN AND TRUST
COMPANIES, AND NATIONAL BANKS IN EACH STATE AND GEOGRAPHICAL DIVISION
ON OR ABOUT JUNTE 30, 1892, 1896, 1900, AND 1904—Continued.
I n d i v i d u a l deposits.
Class of banks.
North Dakota:
State banks
Private banks.
Total
National banks .
Grand total .
South Dakota:
State banks . . .
Private banks.
Total

1896.

1900.

$2,110,310
219,447

$2,483,141

$5,741, 792

9,816,531

2,329,757
5,948,791

2,483,141
4,549,228

5,741,792
4,817,994

9,816, 531
12,344,137

8,278,548

7,032,369

10,559,786

Nebraska:
State banks
National total . .
Grand banks
Kansas:
State banks . . .
Private banks.
Total
National banks .
Grand total . . .
Montana:
State banks
Sayings banks ..
Private banks...
Total
National banks .
Grand total .
Wyoming:
State banks
Private banks.
Total
National banks .
Grand total..
Colorado:
State banks
Sayings banks .
Private banks..
Total
National banks .
Grand total.
New Mexico:
State banks
Sayings banks .
Private banks..
Total
National banks .
Grand total.




22,160, 668
I

2,823,429
185,401

1,834,501
1,469,408

5, 322,384
3,329,

4,542,436

3,303,909
3, 912, 703

8,651,870
5,802,434

17,393,692
11,223,026

7,551,266 |

7,216,612

14,454, 304

28, 616, 718

15,123,847
28,646,464

13,207,339
17,658,555

25,256,035
32,372,953

38,000,362
46,984,311

43, 770,311

30,865,894

57,628,988

84,984,673

12,823,209 I
5,349,912 |

14,895,067

28,491,889

45, 909, 580
2,739,769

18,173,121
20,341,098

14,895,067
15,634,420

28,491,889
26,941,958

48,649,349
45,762,871

38,514,219

30,529,487

55,433,847

94,412,220

1,433,890

884,534
1,523,192
197,586

6,066,057

11,948,758

56,i54"

'3*509,"883'

" i * 042,'243

1,490,044
15,025,220

2,6.05,312
14,195,617

9,575,940
12,239,233

12,991,001
15,240,726

16,515,264

16,800,929

21,815,173

28,231,727

78,459
632,900

161,771
633,825

627,381
1,090,905

1,212, 911
1,011,605

711,359
2,455,788

795, 096
1,855,770

1,718,286
3,854,942

2,224,516
5,320,190

3,167,147

2,650,866

5,573,228

7,544,706

1,899,225
2,893,276
1,691,599

3,622,128

8,136, 722

17,323,923

"""723," 952*

""*584,'982

*""*4i8,"394

6,484,100
27,343,334

4,346,080
25,620,755

8,721, 704
48,581,506

17,742,317
54,841,304

33,827,434

29,966,835

57,303,210

72,583,621

372,752
149,449
150

334,988

1,688,996

522,351
2,582,605

334,988
1,976,308

1,688,996
3,709,479

1,852,880
5,283,891

3,104,956

2,311,286

5,398,475

7,136,771

National banks .
Grand total . . .

1904.

1892.

14,861,995
2,531,697

1,668,516
""184*364

269

REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

No. 76.—INDIVIDUAL DEPOSITS IN STATE, SAVINGS, PRIVATE BANKS, LOAN AND TRUST
COMPANIES, AND NATIONAL BANKS IN EACH STATE AND GEOGRAPHICAL DIVISION
ON OR ABOUT J U N E 30, 1892, 1896, 1900, AND 1904—Continued.
Individua 1 deposits.
Class of banks.

1892.

Oklahoma:
State banks
Private banks

3i65,85i

1896.

1900.

1904.

$259,410

$3,542,224

$6,748,866

Total
National banks

165,851
658,117

259,410
496,109

3,542,224
2,428,466

6,748,866
10,221,895

Grand total

723,968

755,519

5,970,690

16,970,761

94,823

161,560

1,510,673
135,574

Indian Territory:
State banks
Private banks
Total
National banks

309,119

94,823
609,379

161, 560
2,011,902

1,646,247
7,743,752

Grand total

309,119

704, 202

2,173,462

9,389,999

36,665,121
3,042,725
8,301,414

37,682,879
1,523,192
3,119,094

84,873,480

149,002,115

8,676,816

8,063,646

Total
National banks

48,009,260
107,752,972

42,325,165
86,508,844

93,550,296
142,760,868

157,065,761
214,966,103

Grand total

155,762,232

128,834,009

236,311,164

372,031,864

1,867,365
1,992,607
109,838

815,498

7,308,687

21,565,360

1,041,708

2,933,080

916,321

3,969,810
13,837,774

1,857,206
7,371,642

10,241,767
19,558,525

22,481,681
30,680,732

17,807,584

9,228,848

29,800,292

53,162,413

2,204,217

646,848
1,230,982

3,301,580

8,330,673

Western States:
State banks
Savings banks
Private banks

Washington:
State banks
Savings banks
Private banks
Total
National banks
Grand total

Oregon:
State banks
Savings banks
Private banks
Total
National banks
Grand total
California:
State banks
Savings banks
Private banks
Total
National banks
Grand total
Idaho:
State banks
Private banks
Total
National banks
Grand total
Utah:
State banks
Savings banks
Private banks
Total
National banks
Grand total



.

244, 083

87,061

820,120

2,448,300
10,199,073

1,877,830
7,384,191

3,388,641
11, 744,064

9,150,793
19,446,346

12,647, 373

9,262,021

15,132,705

28,597,139

53,247,263
127,312,088
1,437,882

53,630,156
131,653,636
1,039,019

85,881, 584
158,167,462
1,629,687

128,620,266
221,308,918
2,482,196

181,997,233
16,027,721

186,322,811
16,551,459

245,678,733
33,357,332

352,411,380
70,711,316

198,024,954

202,874,270

279,036,065

423,122,696

67,089

170,844

537,902
210,693

1, 909, 915
436,033

67,089
1,939,671

170,844
1,798,448

748,595
3,615,141

2,345,948
6,684,472

2,006,760

1,969,292

4,363, 736

9,030,420

1,384,047
2,635,840
546,826

924,710
2,655,356

17,434,051
2,687,088

26,544,251

4,566,713
4,646,572

3,580,066
2,786,037

20,121,139
4,824,855

26,544,251
7,683,334

9,213,285

6,366,103

24,945,994

34,227,585

270

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

No. 76.—INDIVIDUAL DEPOSITS IN SPATE, SAVINGS, PRIVATE BANKS, LOAN AND TRUST
COMPANIES, AND NATIONAL BANKS IN EACH STATE AND GEOGRAPHICAL DIVISION

ON OR ABOUT JUNE 30, 1892, 1896, 1900, AND 1904—Continued.
Individual deposits.
Class of banks.

1892.

1896.

Nevada:
State banks
Private banks

1900.

1904.

$434,004

$1,474,337
24,364

$3,012,975
172,283

Total
National banks

$412,320

434,004
145,727

1,498,701
440,666

3,185,258
884,797

Grand total

412,320

579,731

1,939,367

4,070,055

Arizona:
State banks
Private banks

298,654

703,079

2,296,908

4,904,680
436,636

Total
National banks

298,654
459,558

703,079
844,995

2,296,908
2,273,426

5,341,316
3,902, 982

Grand total

758,212

1,548,074

4,570,334

9,244, 298

Alaska:
State banks
Private banks

390,950

1
1

Total
National banks

64, 710
64,710

Grand total
Pacific States:
State banks
Savings banks
Private banks

390,950
212,186
603,136

59,001,546
131,940,535
2,405,718

56,720,291
135,539,974
2,685,575

118,235,049
160,854,550
4,884,885

195,279,070
221,308,918
5,263,589

193,347, 799
47,522,689

194,945,840
36,882,499

421,851,577
140,206,165

240,870,488

231,828,339

283,974,484
75,878,719
359,853,203
1,818,672
1,277,502

4,568, 932

Total
National banks

3,096,174

4,568,932
777,498

Grand total

3,096,174

5,346,430

Total
National banks
Grand total
Islands:
HawaiiState banks
Private banks

Porto R i c o State banks
National banks

562,057,742

3,654,336
228,837

Grand total

3,883,173

Philippine I s l a n d s State banks

10,058,066

Total island possessions:
State banks, etc
National banks

3,096,174
3,096,174

Grand total
United States and islands:
State banks
Savings banks etc
Private banks
Loan and trust companies..
Total
National banks
Grand total U. S., etc




18,281,334
1,006,335
19,287,669

648,513,809
1,758,329,618
93,091,148
411,659,996

695,659,914
1,935,466,468
59,116,378
586,468,156

1,266,735,282
2,389,719,954
96,206,049
1,028,232,407

2,073,218,049
2,918,775,329
95,791,454
1,600,322,325

2,911,594,571
1,753,339, 679

3,276,710,916
1,668,413,507

4,780,893, 692
2,458,092, 758

6,688,107,157
3,312,439,842

4,664,934,250

4,945,124,423

7,238,986,450

10,000,546,999

271

EBPOBT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

No. 77.—NATIONAL BANKS THAT HAVE GONE INTO VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION UNDER
THE PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS 5220 AND 5221 OF THE KEVISED STATUTES OF THE
UNITED STATES, WITH THE DATES OF LIQUIDATION, THE AMOUNT OF THEIR C A P I TAL, CIRCULATION ISSUED AND RETIRED, AND CIRCULATION OUTSTANDING OCTOBER 31, 1904.
Circulation.
Date of
liquidation.

Name and location of bank.

Capital.
Issued.

Retired.

Outstanding.

First National Bank, Penn Yan, N. Y.«.. Apr. 6,1864
First National Bank, Norwich, Conn.a.. May 2,1864
Second National Bank, Ottumwa, Iowa.&
*do .

Second National Bank, Canton, Ohio b...
First National Bank, Lansing, Mich.b ...
First National Bank, Columbia, Mo
First National Bank, Carondelet, Mo
First National Bank,Utica, N. Y.a
Pittston National Bank, Pittston, Pa

Oct.
Dec.
Sept.
Mar.
June
Sept.

3,1864
5,1864
19,1864
15,1865
9,1865
16,1865

$100,000 I
30,000

890,000 |
25,500 j

$89,875
25;408

$125
92

200,000

Total.
Fourth National Bank, Indianapolis,
Ind
Berkshire National Bank, Adams,
Mass, c
National Union Bank, Rochester, N. Y...
First National Bank, Leonardsville, N Y.
Farmers'National Bank, Richmond, Va .

Nov. 30,1865
Dec. 8,1865
Apr. 26,1866
July 11,1866
Oct. 22,1866

Total .
Farmers' National Bank, Waukesha,
Wis
National Bank of Metropolis, Washington, D, C
First National Bank, Providence, P a . . .
National State Bank, Dubuque, Iowa . .
First National Bank of Newton, Newtonville, Mass
First Natianal Bank, New Ulm, Minn..
National Bank of Crawford County,
Meadville, Pa
Kittanning National Bank, Kittanning,
P.
City National Bank, Savannah, Ga.&...
Ohio National Bank, Cincinnati, Ohio .
First National Bank, Kingston, N. Y . .

Nov. 25,1866
Nov. 28,1866
Mar. 1,1867
Mar. 9,1867
Mar. 11,1867
Apr. 18,1867
Apr. 19,1867
Apr.
May
July
Sept.

29,1867
28,1867
3,1867
26,1867

Dec.

5,1867

Total .

2,060,000

First National Bank, Bluffton, Ind

1,301,000 | 1,286,490 I
44,606 I

50,000 j

45,000

200,000
150,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
120,000 I
I

180, 000
135,000
45,500
90,000
86, 750
45,000
45,500

179,535
133,918
45,375
89,101
85,962
44,402
45,278

465
1,082
125
899
788
598
222

90,000

88, 784

1,216

!
:
I
!

45,000
90,000

44,492
89,632

508
368

345, 950
90,000

344,215
89,180

1,735
820

175,500 |

157,400

155, 916

1,484

350,000
50,000
150,000
100,000
50,000

314, 950
42,500
135, 000
87, 500
45,000

313, 330
42,162
133,532
86,402
44,780

1,620
338
1,468
1,098
220

2,100,602

15,448

First National Bank, Dorchester.Mass ..! Nov. 23,1868 i
150,000
132,500
130,753
First National Bank, Oskaloosa, Iowa...| Dec. 17,1868 |
75,000
67,500
67,012
Merchants and Mechanics' National |
'
!
i
Bank, Troy, N. Y
Dec. 31,1868 I
300,000 ^
184,750
183,301
a New bank with same title.
i> Never completed organization.
o Consolidated with another bank.


1,747
488

National Exchange Bank, Richmond,
Va

.do.
First National Bank, Skaneateles, N. Y.. Dec. 21,1867
First National Bank, Jackson, Miss
Dec. 26,1867
First National Bank, Downingtown, Pa. Jan. 14,1868
First National Bank, Titusville. Pa
Jan. 15,1868
Appleton National Bank, Appleton, Wis. Jan. 21,1868
National Bank of Whitestown, N. Y
Feb. 14,1868
First National Bank, New Brunswick, {
j
N.J
i Feb. 26,1868 I
First National Bank, Cuyahoga Falls, j
I
Ohio
j Mar. 4,1868 |
First National Bank, Cedarburg, Wis . . . j Mar. 23,1868
Commercial National Bank, Cincinnati I
Ohio
! Apr. 28,1868 '•
Second National Bank, Watertown, N.Y. July 21,1868 |
First National Bank, South Worcester,
N.Y
Aug. 4,1868
National Mechanics and Farmers' Bank,
Albany, N.Y
do
Second National Bank, DesMoines, Iowa j Aug. 5,1868 i
First National Bank, Steubenville, Ohio J Aug. 8,1868 I
First National Bank, Plumer, Pa
Aug. 25,1868 |
First National Bank, Danville, Va
! Sept. 30,1868 !
Total



i

100,000 !
50,000
100,000
500,000
100,000

2, 595, 500 j 2,116,050
:

1,449

272

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

No. 77.—NATIONAL BANKS THAT HAVE GONE INTO VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION UNDER THE
PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS 5220 AND 5221 OF THE REVISED STATUTES, ETC.—Cont'd.
Circulation.

Name and location of bank.

liquidation.

National Savings Bank, Wheeling, W. Va
First National Bank, Marion, Ohio
National Insurance Bank, Detroit, Mich
National Bank of Lansingburg, N. Y
National Bank of North America, New
York N Y
First National Bank, Hallowell, Me
First National Bank, Clyde, N. Y
Pacific National Bank, New York, N. Y.
Grocers' National Bank, New York, N. Y.
Savannah National Bank, Savannah, Ga.
First National Bank, Frostburg, Md
First National Bank, Lasalle, 111
National Bank of Commerce, Georgetown, D. C
Total

Jan. 7,1869
Jan. 12,1869
Feb. 26,1869
Mar. 6,1869

Miners' National Bank, Salt Lake City,
Utah
First National Bank, Vinton, Iowa
National Exchange Bank, Philadelphia,
Pa
First National Bank, Decatur, 111
National Union Bank, Owego, N. Y
First National Bank, Berlin, Wis
Central National Bank, Cincinnati Ohio.
First National Bank, Dayton, Ohio
National Bank of Chemung, Elmira,
NY
Merchants' National Bank, Milwaukee,
Wis
First National Bank, St. Louis, Mo
Chemung Canal National Bank, Elmira,
N. Y
Central National Bank Omaha Nebr a
First National Bank, Clarksville, Va
First National Bank, Burlington, Vt
First National Bank, Lebanon, Ohio
Total
National Exchange Bank, Lansingburg,
NY
Muskingum National Bank, Zanesville,
Ohio
United National Bank, Winona, Minn ..
First National Bank, Des Moines, Iowa .
Saratoga Countv National Bank,Waterford N Y
State National Bank, St. Joseph, Mo
First National Bank, Fen ton, Mich
First National Bank, Wellsburg, W.Va..
Clarke National Bank, Rochester, N. Y..
Total

Apr
Apr.
Apr.
May
June
June
Julv
Aug.

15 1869
19,1869
23,1869
10,1869
7,1869
22,1869
30,1869
30,1869

Capital.

Issued.

Retired.

$100,000
125,000
200,010
150,000

$90,000
109,850
85,000
135,000

$89,485
109,069
84,498
133,878

1, 000,000
60,000
50,000
422, 700
390,000
100,000
50,000
50,000

333,000
53,350
44,000
134,990
85,250
85,000
45,000
45,000

331,135
52,972
43,320
134,122
85,026
84,560
44,782
44,565

Outstanding.
$515
781
502

1,122
1 865
378
680
868
224
440
218
435

100,000

90,000

89,135

865

3,322,710

1,720,190

1,707,613

12,577

Dec
2 1869
Dec. 13,1869

150 000
50,000

135 000
42,500

134,313
42,318

687
182

Jan
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Mar.
Apr.

8 1870
10,1870
11,1870
25,1870
31,1870
9,1870

300,000
100,000
100,000
500,000
500,000
150,000

175,750
85, 250
88,250
44,000
425,000
135,000

174,080
84, 244
87,422
43,627
422,070
133,981

1,670
1,006

June 10 1870

100 000

90 000

89,533

467

June 14,1870
July 16,1870

100,000
200,000

90,000
179,990

89,430
178,738

1,252

Aug
Sept
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

100,000
100,000
50,000
300,000
100,000

90,000

89,203

797

27,000
270, 000
' 85,000

26, 915
267,418
84,453

2,582

2,900,000

1,962,740

1,947,745

14, 995

100,000

90,000

89,464

536

Oct. 28,1869

Dec

3 1870
23 1870
13,1870
15,1870
24,1870

27 1870

828
373

2,930
1,019

570

85
547

Jan
7 1871
Feb. 15,1871
Mar. 25,1871

100,000
50,000
100,000

90,000
45,000
90,000

89,380
44,645
89,258

620
355
742

Mar
Mar.
May
June
Aug.

150,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
200,000

135,000
90,000
49,500
90,000
180,000

134,111
89,486
49,048
89,333
178,359

889
514
452
667

1,641

1,000,000

859,500

853,084

6,416

Nov °2 1871

100 000

90,000

89 342

658

Dec 26 1871
Jan. 6,1872
Jan. 9,1872
May 10,1872

75,000
300,000
105,500
500,000

67,500
270,000
91,700
450,000

67,055
269,135
90,975
444,495

445
865
725

5,505

May 24 1872
J u n e 24,1872
Julv 15,1872

50O00
100,000
200,000

45 000
81,000
165,000

44 508
80,134*
163,760

1,240

Aug.
Aug.

8,1872
9,1872

150,000
400,000

135,000
206,100

133,845
204,020

1,156
2,080

Sept. 10,1872

200,000

180,000

178,205-

1,795

Oct
4 1872
Oct. 22,1872

60 000
100,000

48 750
80,910

48 367
80,259

383
651

2,340,500

1,910,960

1,894,100

16,860

28 1871
31 1871
2,1871
24,1871
11,1871

Commercial National Bank, Oshkosh,
Wis

Fort Madison National Bank, Fort
Madison, Iowa
National Bank of Maysville, Ky
Fourth National Bank, Syracuse, N.Y..
American National Bank, New York, N. Y
Carroll County National Bank, Sandwich N H
Second National Bank, Portland, Me ...
Atlantic National Bank, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Merchants and Farmers' National Bank,
Quincv, 111
First National Bank, Rochester, N. Y...
Lawrenceburg National Bank, Lawrenceburg, Ind
Jewett City National Bank, Jewett City,
Conn
.
. .
First National Bank, Knoxville, Tenn..
Total




a New bank with same title.

492
866

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EEPORT OF THE COMPTEOLLEE Ob" THE CURRENCY.

No. 77.—NATIONAL BANKS THAT HAVE GONE INTO VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION UNDER THE
PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS 5220 AND 5221 OF THE REVISED STATUTES, ETC.—Cont'd.
Circulation.
Name and location of bank.

Date of
liquidation.

Capital.
Issued.

Retired.

Outstanding.

$115,000 j 8103,500 I $102,353 !
First National Bank, Gosh en, Ind
Nov. 7,1872
I
Kidder National Gold Bank, Boston,
120,000 I 120,000
300,000
Mass
Nov. 8, 1872
154, 700
138,140 I 136,083 j
Second National Bank, Zanesville, Ohio. Nov. 16, 1872 |
Orange County National Bank, Chelsea,
180,000
178,172 !
J a n . 14, 1873 i 200,000
Vt.
88,925 I
100,000 !
90,000
Second National Bank, Syracuse, N. Y.. Feb. 18, 1873 |
Richmond National Bank, Richmond,
j
207,000
230,000 I
207,000 !
Feb. 28, 1873 •
Ind.«
!
66,900
75,000 j
66,083
Mar. 7, 1873 i
First National Bank, Adams, N. Y
93,800
93, 000
Mechanics'National Bank, Syracuse,N.Y Mar. 11, 1873 j 140,000 I
Farmers and Mechanics' National Bank,
82,497
100,000 I
83,250
Apr. 15, 1873 j
Rochester, N.Y
31,600
31,400
100,000 I
.do .
Montana National Bank, Helena, Mont.
45,000
44,455
50,000 !
First National Bank, Havana, N. Y
I J u n e 3, '1873"!
j
Merchan ts and Farmers' National Bank, j
44,355
45,000 •
50,000 I
Ithaca, N. Y
*
j June 30,
1873 I
National Bank of Cazenovia, Cazenovia, j
115,525
150,000 ' 116,770 I
N. Y ...
July 18.
1873 I
Merchants' National Bank, Memphis, |
225,000 \ 222,653
250,000 [
Tenn
! Aug. 30;
1873 I
Manufacturers' National Bank, Chi- i
500,000 ! 438,750 I 433,947
cago, 111
! Sept. 25,
1873 ! 100,000 I
97,500 ;
96,311
do .
Second National Bank, Chicago. Ill
''
Merchants' National Bank, Dubuque, j
200,000 i
180,000 ' 176,872
Iowa
! Sept. 30, 1873
50,000
45,000
44,361
Beloit National Bank, Beloit, Wis
J Oct. 2. 1873
500,000
148,683
150,300
Union National Bank, St. Louis, Mo
| Oct. 22, 1873
Total.
City National Bank, Green Bay, Wis
!
First National Bank, Shelbina, Mo
j
Second National Bank,Nashville,Tenn.!
First National Bank, Oneida, N. Y
Merchants' National Bank, Hastings.
Minn
National Bank of Tecnmseh, Mich
Gallatin National Bank, Shawneetown,
111
First National Bank, Brookville, Pa
Citizens' National Bank, Sioux City,Iowaj
Citizens' National Bank, Charlottes- |
ville, Va.
Farmers' National Bank, Warren, 111 ...j
First National Bank. Medina, Ohio
Croton River National Bank, South
East, N.Y
Merchants' National Bank of West Virginia, Wheeling, W. Va
Central National Bank, Baltimore,Md..
Second National Bank, Leaven worth,
Kans
Teutonia National Bank, New Orleans,
La
City National Bank, Chattanooga, Tenn.
First National Bank, Cairo, 111

3,364,700 I 2,457,410 | 2,433,275

Nov.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

29.1873
1,1874
8,1874
13.1874

Feb. 7,1874 i
Mar. 3,1874 !

100,000 !
50,000

Mar. 7,1874
Mar. 26,1874
Apr. 11,1874 j
Apr. 27,1874 I
Apr. 28,1874 I
May 6,1874 I

250,000 j
100,000 i
50,000 j
I
100,000 i
50,000 j
75,000 j

817
800
753
100
545
645
1,245
2, 347
4,803
1,189
3,128
639
1,617
24,135
565
555
1,070
1,343

88,681
44,390

1,319
610

225,000
90,000
45,000

223,384
88,960
44,870

1,616
1,040
130

90,000
45, 000
45,000

89,424
44,515
44,778

516
485
222

90,000 i
45,000 I

May 25,1874

200,000 j

166,550

163,831

2,719

500, 000
200,000

450,000
180,000

445,662
179,125

4,338

July 22,1874

100,000 I

90,000

88,241

Sept. 2,1874
Sept. 10,1874
Oct. 10,1874

300,000
170,000
100, 000

270.000
148.001
90,000

268,660
147,319
88,853

2,745,000

2,407,971

Nov. 9, 1874
Nov. 10, 1874
Dec. 4, 1874

50,000
102,000
250,000

j
Dec. 7, 1874 ;
Dec. 30,
1874
Jan. 9, 1875 |

42,500
250,000
55,000

125,900 j
45,000 !

Jan. 12,1875 !
do..

50,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000

2,385, 580

45,000
90,000
224,095

Wis.
do.
do.
First National Bank, Millersburg, Ohio .
First National Bank, Staunton, Va
Jan. 23, 1875
National City Bank, Milwaukee, Wis
Feb. 24, 1875
Irasburg National Bank of Orleans, Irasburg, Vt
Mar. 17,1875 i
a New b a n k with same title.

 1904, PT 1 - -18
CUK


1,828
1,075

July 7,1874 1
July 15,1874 I

Total.
First National Bank, Olathe, Kans
First National Bank, Beverly, Ohio
Union National Bank, Lafayette, Ind...
Ambler National Bank, Jacksonville,
Fla. b
Mechanics' National Bank,Chicago,111.
First National Bank, Evansville, Wis..,
First National Bank, Baxter Springs,
Kans
People's National Bank, Pueblo, Coio...
National Bank of Commerce,Green Bay,

1,457

44,435
89,445
91,850
109,157

45,000
90,000
92,920
110,500

50 000
100 000
125 000
125, 000

§1,147

75,000

875
1,759
1,340
682
1,147
22, 391
295
1, 242
3, 459

124,310
44, 615

1, 51iO
385

30,000
27,000

35,690
26,835

310
165

90,000
60,400
90,000
60, 000

89,375
60,118
89,217
59,290

625
282

67,500

66,743

757

h No c i r c u l a t i o n .

783
710

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No.

REPORT OF THE

COMPTROLLER OF THE

CURRENCY.

77.—NATIONAL BANKS THAT HAVE GONE INTO VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION UNDER THE

PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS 5220 AND 5221 OF THE REVISED STATUTES, ETC.—Cont'd.
Circulation.

Date of

Capital.

Name and location of bank.

liquidation.

First National Bank, Pekin, 111
Merchants andPlanters'National Bank,
Augusta, Ga
Monticello National Bank, Monticello,
Iowa
Iowa City National Bank, Iowa City,
Iowa
First National Bank, Wheeling-, V . Va...
V
First National Bank, Mount Clemens,
Mich
First National Bank, Knob Noster,Mo..
First National Bank, Brodhead, Wis
Auburn City, National Bank, Auburn,
N Y
First National Bank, Eldorado, Kans
First National Bank, Junction City,
Kans
First National Bank, Chetopa, Kans
First National Bank, Golden, Colo
National Bank of Jefferson, Wis
Green Lane National Bank, Green Lane,
Pa
State National Bank,Topeka, Kans
Farmers' National Bank, Marshalltown,
Iowa
Richland National Bank, Mansfield,
Ohio
Planters' National Bank, Louisville, Ky.
First National Bank, Gallatin, Tenn
First National Bank, Charleston, W. Va.
People's National Bank, Winchester, 111.
First National Bank, New Lexington,
Ohio
First National Bank, Ishpeming, Mich...
Fayette County National Bank, Washington, Ohio
Total

Mar. 25,1875

$100, 000

$90,000

$88,881

n, ii9

Mar. 30,1875

200,000

169,000

167,840

1,160

100,000

45,000

44,859

141

Apr. 14,1875
Apr. 22,1875

125,000
250,000

104, 800
225,000

103,339
222,615

1, 461
2, 385

May 20.1875
May 29,1875
J u n e 24,1875

50,000
50, 000
50,000

27,000
43,800
45,000

26, 930
43,497
44,607

70
303
393

J u n e 20,1875
J u n e 30, 1875

200,000
50.000

141,300
45,000

139,415
44,598

1,885
402

J u l v 1,1875
J u l y 19,1S75
Aug. 25,1875
Aug. 26,1875

50,000
50,000
50,000
60,000

45, 000*
36,000
27,000
54,000

44, 750
35, 751
26,833
53,122

250
249
167
878

Sept. 9.1875
Sept. 15,1875

100,000
60,000

90,000
30,600

89,827
30,507

173
93

do

First National Bank, Schoolcraft, Mich..
First National Bank, Curwensville, Pa...
National Marine Bank, St. Paul, Minn...
First National Bank, Rochester, Ind
First National Bank, Lodi, Ohio
Iron National Bank, Portsmouth, Ohio..
First National Bank, Ashland, Nebr
First National Bank, Pax ton, 111
First National Bank, Bloomfield, Iowa ..
Marietta National Bank, Marietta, Ohio.
Salt Lake City National Bank, Salt Lake
City, Utah .
First National Bank, Lagrange, Mo
First National Bank, Atlantic, Iowa
First National Bank, Spencer, Ind
National Currency Bank, New York,
N.Y
.
Caverna National Bank, Caverna, Ky
City National Bank, Pittsburg, Pa
National State Bank, Des Moines, Iowa..
First National Bank, Trenton, Mo
First National Bank, Bristol, Tenn
First National Bank, Leon, Iowa
Anderson County National Bank, Lawrenceburg, Ky
. .
First National Bank, Newport, Ind
First National Bank, Depere, Wis
Second National Bank, Lawrence, Kans.
Commercial National Bank, Versailles,
Ky
State National Bank, Atlanta, Ga
Syracuse National Bank, Syracuse, N. Y.
First National Bank, Northumberland,
Pa
Total



Pvetired.

Outstanding.

Sept. 18,1875

50,000

27,000

26,870

130

Sept. 25,1875
Sept. 30,1875
Oct.
1,1875
Oct.
2,1875
Oct.
4,1875

150,000
350,000
75,000
100,000
75, 000

130,300
315,000
45,000
90,000
67, 500

128,408
312,172
44,660
89,332
66,991

1,892
2,828
340
668
509

50,000
50,000

45,000
45,000

44,220
44,752

780
248

Oct.
Oct.

12,1875
20,1875

Oct.

26,1875

100,000

81,280

80,777

503

3,869,500

Merchants'National Bank, Fort Wayne,
Nov. 8,1875
Ind
Kansas CityNationalBank, KansasCitv,
Mo

Issued.

3,025,475

2,995,845

29,630

100,000

46,820

46,490

330

Nov. 13,1875
Nov. 17,1875
Dec. 17,1875
Dec. 28,1875
J a n . 11,1876
do
J a n . 19,1876
J a n . 26,1876
J a n . 28,1876
Feb. 5,1876
Feb. 16,1876

100,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
55,000
150,000

65,991
45,000
90,000
59,710
45, 000
90,000
90,000
45,000
45,000
49,500
90,000

65,292
44,582
89,013
58,575
43,102
88,957
89,442
44,671
44,514
48,635
88,425

699
418
987
1,135
1,898
1,043
558
329
486
865
1,575

Feb. 21,1876
Feb. 24,1876
Mar. 7,1876
Mar. 11,1876

100,000
50,000
50,000
70, 000

45,000
45, 000
45, 000
63,000

44,255
44, 550
44,572
62,644

745
450
428
356

Mar.
May
May
June
June
July
July

23,1876
13,1876
25,1876
21,1876
22,1876
10,1876
11,1876

100, 000
50,000
200,000
100,000
50, 000
50,000
60,000

45, 000
45,000
68,929
50,795
45,000
45,000
45,000

44, 240
44,820
68,575
49,680
44,636
44,753
44,335

760
180
354
1,115
364
247
665

J u l y 29,1876
Aug. 7,1876
Aug. 17,1876
Aug. 23,1876

100,000
60,000
50,000
100,000

45,000
45,000
31,500
67,500

44,810
44,705
31,341
66,990

190
295
159
510

Aug. 26,1876
Aug. 31,1876
Sept. 25,1876

170,000
200,000
200, 000

153,000
73, 725
117,961

151,893
73,245
115,173

1,107
480
2,788

Oct.

6,1876

100,000

62,106

60, 672

1,434

2,865,000

1,900,537

1,877, 587

22,950

EEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE OURRKNOl'.

275

o. 77.—NATIONAL BANKS THAT HAVE GONE INTO VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION UNDER THE
PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS 5220 AND 5221 OF THE .REVISES) STATUTES, ETC.—Cont'tL
Circulation.
Name and location of bank.

Dale of
liquidation.

First National Bank, Lancaster, Mo
.j N o v . 14,1870 !
First National Bank, Council Grove,
i Nov. 28,1876
Kans
National Bank Commerce, Chicago, 111. .! Dec. 2,1876
! Dec. 12,1876
First National Bank, Palmyra, Mo
First National Bank, Newton, Iowa
J Dec. 16,1876 !
National Southern Kentucky Bank,
.[ Dec. 23,1876
Bowling Green, Ky
I Jan. 1,1877
First National Bank") Monroe, Iowa
First National Bank, New London, Conn I Jan. 9,1877
WinonaDepositNationalBank.Winona, 1
J;m. 28,1877
Minn
:
First National Bank, South Charleston,
! Feb. 21,1877
Ohio
„
Lake Ontario National Bank, Os vvego,
do..
N.Y
Feb. 26, 1877
First National Bank, Sidney, Ohio
Apr. 9, 1877
Chillicothe National Bank, Ohio
First National Bank, Manhattan, Kans.. Apr. 13, 1877
Apr. 23, 1877
National Bank, Monticello, Ky
Apr. 25, 1877
First National Bank, Kockville, Ind
May 81, 1877
Georgia National Bank, Atlanta, Ga
June 11, 1877
First National Bank, Adrian, Mich
First National Bank, Napoleon, Ohio... June 30, 1877
First National Bank, Lancaster, Ohio... Aug. 1, 1877
Aug. 24, 1877
First National Bank, Minerva, Ohio
Kinney National Bank, Portsmouth, Ohio Aug. 28,1877
First National Bank, Green Bay, Win . . . Oct. 19, 1877
National Exchange Bank, Wakerieid,
R.I
. Oct. 27,187'
Total
First National Bank, Union City, Ind... Nov. 10,1877 |
First National Bank, Negaunee* Mich .. Nov. 13,1877
Tenth National Bank, New York, N. Y . Nov. 23,1877
Dee. 1,1877
First National Bank, Paola, Kans
National Exchange Bank, Troy, N. Y... Dec. 6,1877
Second National Bank, La Fayette, Ind.. Dec. 20,1877
State National Bank, Minneapolis, Minn. Dec. 31', 1877
Second National Bank, St. Louis, Mo.... Jan. 8,1878
do
First National Bank, Sullivan, Ind
Kockland County National Bank,
j Jan. 10,1878 |
Nyack, N. Y
First National Bank, Wyandottc, Kans . I Jan. 19,1878 i
I Jan. 22,1878 '
First National Bank, Boone, Iowa
First National Bank, Pleasant Hill, Mo . ! Feb. 7,1878
i Feb. 28,1878
National Bank of Gloversville, N.Y
First National Bank, Independence, Mo. ! Mar. 1,1878
! Mar. 2,1878
National State Bank, Lima, Ind
! Mar. 4,1878
First National Bank, Tell City, Ind
| Mar. 5,1878 j
First National Bank, Pomeroy, Ohio
Eleventh Ward National Bank, Boston,
Mar. 14,1878 |
Mass
First National Bank, Prophetstown, 111. Mar. 19,1878
Mar. 26,1878
First National Bank, Jackson, Mich
First National Bank, Eau Claire, Wis... Mar. 30,1878
Apr. 5,1878
First National Bank, Washington, Ohio.
First National Bank, Middleport, Ohio.. Apr. 20,1878
Apr. 24,1878
First National Bank, Streator, III
Apr. 25,1878
First National Bank, Muir, Mich
Kane County National Bank, St.
, May 31,1878
Charles, 111
I June 1,1878
First National Bank, Carthage, Mo
Security National Bank, Worcester, Mass.j June 5,1878
First National Bank, Lake City, Colo
June 15,1878
July 31,1878
People's National Bank, Norfolk, Va
Topeka National Bank, Topeka, Kans... Aug. 7,1878
Aug. 13,1878
First National Bank, St. Joseph, Mo
First National Bank, Winchester, I n d . . . j Aug. 24,1878
Muscatine National Bank, Muscatine,
Iowa
Sept, 2,1878
Traders' National Bank, Chicago, 111
I Sept. 4,1878
Union National Bank, Rahway, N. J
Sept, 10,1878
First National Bank, Sparta, Wis
Sept. 14,1878
Herkimer County National Bank, Little
Falls, N.Y
Oct. 11,1878
Total




Capital.

Out| Retired. I standing".
j

Issued.
$50,000 ;

$27,000 |

$26,897

$103

26,500 |
71,465 '
46,140
45,000

26.200
70,605
45,148
44,110

300
860
992
884

100,000 i

27,000 |
35,700 i
38,300 ;

26.810
35, 496
36,841

190
204
1,459

100,000 !

63,285 I

62,261

1,024

100,000 !

90,000 i
I
66,405 i
46,200 !
53,825 !
44,200 |
49,500 !
173,090 i
45,000 i
43,500 I
45,000
54,000
45,000
99,000 !
45,000 |

88, 39G

1,604

62,708
45,562
52,690
43,742
49,090
170,820
43,845
43, 022
44,280
52,551
44, 535
89,255
44, 059

3,697
638
1,135
458
410
2,270
1,155
478
720
1,449
465
745
941

31,650 S

i

50,000 !
250,000 S
100,000 I
50,000 I
!
50,000 I
60,000 ;

275,000;
52,000 !
]oo,ooo !
52,000 i
60,000 |
200,000 I
100,000
100,000
52,000
60,000 I
50,000 |
1IX), 000 I
50,000 ;
70,000 !

I

i

34,070

580

2,229,000 j 1,305,760 ] 1,282,999

22,761

50,000
50,000
500,000
50,000
100,000
200,000
100,000
200,000
50,000

45,000
45,000
441,000
44,350
90,000
52,167
82,500
53,05f
45,000

44,275
44, 369
426,390
43,748
88,364
49,432
80,908
49,512
44,605

725
631
14,610
602
1,636
2,735
1, 592
3,543
395

100,000
50,000
50, 000
50,000
100,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
200,000

89,000
45,000
32, 400
45,000
64, 750
27,000
33,471
44,500
75,713

87,836
44,391
32,010
44, 348
64,156
25,160
32,567
44,170
72,505

1,164
609
390
652
594
1,840
904
330
3,208

200,000
50,000
100,000
60,000
200,000
80,000
50,000
50,000

89.400
45) 000
88,400
38,461 |
69,750
31,500
40,500
44.200

89,025
44,668
87,065
37,905
67,842
31,255
40,195
43,790

375
332
1,335
556
1,908
245
305
410

50,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
60, 000

26,300
44,500
49,000
29,300
85,705
89,300
67,110
52,700 I

26,013
43,994
48,690
29,154
85,100
88,344
65,560
51,620

287
506
310
146
COS
956
1,550
1,080

100,000
200,000
100,000
50,000

44, 200
43,700
89,200
45,000

42,871
41,150
87,623
44,159

1,329
2,550
1,577
841

200,000

178,300

175, 235

3,065

4,100,000

2,646,432

2,590,004

56,428

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No. 77.—NATIONAL BANKS THAT HAVE GONE INTO VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION UNDER THE
PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS 5220 AND 5221 OF THE REVISED STATUTES, ETC.—Cont'd.
Circulation.

Name and location of bank.
Farmers' National Bank, Bangor, Me
Pacific National Bank, Council Bluffs,
Iowa
First National Bank, Anamosa, Iowa ...
Smithfield National Bank, Pittsburg, Pa.
First National Bank, Buchanan, Mich...
First National Bank, Prairie City, 111
Corn Exchange National Bank, Chicago,
111
Franklin National Bank, Columbus,
Ohio
Traders' National Bank, Bangor, Me
First National Bank, Gonic, N. H
First National Bank, Salem, N. C
First National Bank, Granville, Ohio
Commercial National Bank, Petersburg,
Va
First National Gold Bank, Stockton, Cal.
First National Bank, Sheboygan, Wis . . .
First National Bank, Boscobel, Wis
National Marine Bank, Oswego, N. Y ...
Central National Bank, Hightstown, N. J.
Brookville, National Bank, Brookville,
Ind
Farmers' National Bank, Centerville,
Iowa
First National Bank, Clarinda, Iowa
Waterville National Bank, Waterville,
Me
First National Bank, Tremont, Pa
First National Bank, Atlanta, 111
Union National Bank, Aurora, 111
National Bank of Menasha, Wis
National Exchange Bank, Jefferson
City, Mo
First National Bank, Hannibal, Mo
Merchants' National Bank, Winona,Minn
Farmers'National Bank, Keithsburg, 111.
First National Bank, Franklin, Ky
National Bank of Salem, Salem, Ind
Fourth National Bank, Memphis, Tenn.
Bedford National Bank, Bedford, Ind...
First National Bank, Afton, Iowa
First National Bank, Deerlodge, Mont..
First National Bank, Batavia, 111
National Gold Bank and Trust Company, San Francisco, Cal
Total
Gainesville National Bank, Gainesville,
Ala
First National Bank, Hackensack,N. J..
National Bank of Delavan, Delavan, Wis.
Mechanics' National Bank, Nashville,
Tenn.
Manchester National Bank, Manchester Ohio
First National Bank, Meyersdale, Pa
First National Bank, Mifflinburg, Pa
National Bank of Michigan, Marshall,
Mich
.. .
National Exchange Bank, Houston, Tex.
Ascutney National Bank, Windsor, Vt..
Total
First National Bank, Seneca Falls, N. Y .
First National Bank, Baraboo, Wis
Bundy National Bank, Newcastle,Ind..
Vineland National Bank, Vineland, N. J.
Ocean County National Bank, Toms
River N J
Hungerford National Bank, Adams, N. Y.
Merchants' National Bank, Minneapolis Minn
....
Farmers' National Bank, Mechanicsburg, Ohio
First National Bank, Greenspring,Ohio.



Date of
liquidation.
Nov. 22,1878

Capital,
Issued.
8100,000

$89,100

30,1878
14,1878
16,1878
21,1878
24,1878

100,000
50*000
200,000
50,000
50, 000

45 000
44^ 500
78,750
27,000
27,000

Jan. 4,1879

500,000
100,000
100,000
60,000
150,000
50,000

do
do
do
J a n . 21,1879
J a n . 25,1879
Feb. 15,1879

Retired.

Outstanding.

$88,497

$603

43 948
43', 981
78,050
26,728
26,520

1 052
'519
700
272
480

59,160

54,374

4 786

93,070
76,400
45,597
128,200
34,365

90,783
74,978
44,539
126,580
33,279

2, 287
1^422
1,058
1,620
1,086

120,000
300,000
50,000
50,000
120,000
100,000

99,800
238,600
45,000
43,900
44,300
32,400

98,078
228,031
44,440
43,120
42,252
32,078

1, 722
10,569
560
780
2,048
322

Feb. 18,1879

100,000

89,000

87, 300

1, 700

Feb. 27 1879
Mar. 1,1879

50,000
50,000

41,500
45,000

41,022
44,418

478
582

Mar. 3,1879
Mar. 4,1879
Apr. 15,1879
Apr. 22,1879
Apr. 26,1879

125,000
75,000
50,000
125,000
50,000

110,300
64,600
26,500
82,000
44,500

108,197
63,110
26,230
80,312
43,767

2,103
1,490
270
1,688
733

May
May
June
July
July
July
July
July
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

8,1879
15,1879
.16,1879
3,1879
5,1879
8,1879
19,1879
21,1879
15,1879
16,1879
30,1879

50,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
125,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
50,000

45,000
88,200
35,000
27,000
54,000
44,400
45,000
87,200
26,500
45,000
44,300

44,258
85,690
34,568
26,540
53,365
43,945
44,120
8Q,117
26,209
44,125
42,743

742
2,510
432
460
635
455
880
1,083
291
875
1,557

Sept.

1,1879

Nov.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.

do

Jan. 14,1879

#do
. . . do
do.

750,000

40,000

30, 265

9,735

4,450,000

2,337,142

2,276,557

60,585

Nov. 25,1879
Dec. 6,1879
J a n . 7,1880

100,000
100,000
50,000

90,000
90,000
27,000

88,678
88,950
26,215

1,322
1,050
785

J a n . 13,1880

100,000

90,000

88,500

1,500

do
Mar. 5,1880
Mar. 8,1880

50, 000
50,000
100,000

48,303
30,600
87,825

47,513
30,340
86,105

790
260
1,720

May 14,1880
Sept. 10,1880
Oct. 19,1880

120,000
100, 000
100,000

100,800
31,500
90,000

98,443
30, 890
88,380

2,357
610
1,620

870,000

686,028

674,014

12,014

Nov. 23,1880
Nov. 27,1880
Dec. 6,1880
J a n . 11,1881

60, 000
50.000
50,000
50,000

54,000
27,000
45,000
45,000

53,038
26,610
44,698
44,695

962
390
302
305

do
J a n . 27,1881

100,000
50,000

119,405
45,000

117,475
43,364

1,930
1,636

J a n . 31,1881

150,000

98,268

96,792

1,476

Feb. 18,1881
do

100,000
50,000

30,140
45,000

29,645
44,373

495
627

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

277

No. 77.—NATIONAL B A N E S THAT HAVE GONE INTO VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION UNDER THE
PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS 5220 AND 5221 OF THE REVISED STATUTES, ETC.—Cont'd.
Circulation.
Name and location of bank.

Date of
liquidation.

First National Bank,Cannon Falls,Mmn.
First National Bank 2 Coshocton, Ohio . .
Manufacturers' National Bank, Three
Rivers, Mich
First National Bank, Lansing, Iowa
First National Bank, Water town, N. Y . .
First National Bank, Americus, Ga
First Natictaal Bank, St. Joseph, Mich . . .
First National Bank, Logan, Ohio
First National Bank, Rochelle, 111
First National Bank, Shakopee, M i n n . . .
National State Bank, Oskaloosa, Iowa . .
First National Bank, Hobart, N. Y
Attica National Bank, Attica, N. Y
National Ban k of Brighton, Boston, Mass.
Clement National Bank,llutland,Vt.«..

Feb. 21,1881
do

$50,000
50,000

$45,000
53,058

$44,672
52,210

$328
848

Feb. 25,1881
do.
May 26,1881
June 17,1881
June 30,1881
July 8,1881
Aug. 9,1881
Aug. 10,1881
Aug. 13,1881
Aug. 27,1881
Aug. 30,1881
Oct. 4,1881
Aug. 1,1881

50,000
50,000
100,000
60,000
60,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
50, 000
300,000
100, 000

45,000
45,000
75,510
45,000 I
26,500 I
45,000 I
45,000 !
45,000 i
81,665 I
90,000 j
45,000
270,000 !

44,267
43,871
73,305
44,272
25, 888
43,905
44, 27744,010
80,055
88,491
44,760
266,058

733
1,129
2,205
728
612
1,095
723
990
1,610
1,509
240
3,942

1,440,731 |

24,815

44,405
47,330
44,270
71,560
44, 371
44, 395
111,359
88,858
43,383
42,923
87,397
43,825
65,843
78,290

595
1,170
730
440
629
605
1,459
1,144
1,617
111
2,603
1,175
1,657
2,770

Capital.

Issued.

1,820,000

Total .
First National Bank, Lisbon, Iowa
I
First National Bank, Warsaw, Ind
Brighton National Bank, Brighton, Iowa
Merchants' National Bank, Denver, Colo
Merchants' National Bank, Holly, Mich.
First National Bank, Alliance, Ohio
First National Bank, New London, Conn.
National Bank of Royal ton, Vt
First National Bank,"Whitehall, N. Y . . .
National Bank of Pulaski, Tenn
First National Bank, Alton, 111
Havana National Bank, Havana, N. Y . .
First National Bank, Brownsville, P a . . .
Second National Bank, Franklin, Ind . .
Merchants' National Bank, Georgetown,
Colo
!
Commercial National Bank, Toledo, Ohio!
Harmony National Bank, Harmony, Pa
First National Bank, Liberty, Ind
Manufacturers' National Bank, Amsterdam, N. Y
Total .
First National Bank, Bay City, Mich....
First National Bank, Ripley, Ohio
National Bank of State of New York,
New York, N. Y
First National Bank, Wellington, Ohio..
Second National Bank, Jefferson, Ohio .
First National Bank, Painesville, Ohio . .
St. Nicholas National Bank, New York,
NY.
Fifth National Bank, Chicago, 111
,
First National Bank, Dowagiac, Mich . . . !
First National Bank, Greenville, 111
Merchants' National Bank, East Saginaw, Mich
Logan County National Bank,RusselJville, Ky
National Bank of Vandalia, 111
Traders' National Bank, Charlotte, N. C .
First National Bank, Norfolk, Nebr
First National Bank, Midland Citv,
Mich .6
Citizens' National Bank,New Ulm,Minn.
National Bank of Owen, Owen ton, Ky . .
Merchants' National Bank, Nashville,
Tenn
Indiana National Bank, Bedford, Ind . . .
Stockton National Bank, Stockton, Cal..
Wall Street National Bank, New York,
N.Y
Commercial National Bank, Reading,Pa

Nov. 1,1881
Dec. 1,1881
Dec. 15,1881
Dec. 24,1881
Dec. 31,1881
Jan. 3,1882
Jan. 10,1882
.do
Jan. 18,1882
Jan. 23,1882
Mar. 30,1882
Apr. 15,1882
May 2,1882
June 20,1882
June
July
July
"

1,465,546

50,000
50,000
50,000
120,000
50, 000
50, 000
800, 000
100,000
50,000
70,000
100,000
50,000
75,000
100, 000

45,000
48,500
45,000
72,000
45,000
45, 000
112,818
90,000
45,000
43,700
90,000
45,000
67,500
81,060

Retired.

22,1882
6,1882
7,1882
22,1882

537
1,165
430
955
745

Nov. 8,1882
Nov. 10,1882
Dec. 6,1882
Dec. 12,1882
D e c 26,1882
Dec. 30,1882

800,000
100,000
100,000
200,000

397, 004
90, 000
90,000
162,800

389, 967
88,174
88,800
158,731

7,037
1,826
1,200
4,069

500,000
500,000
50,000
150,000

450,000
29,700
45,000
59,400

434,508
24,071
43,855
58,074

15,492
5,629
1,145
1,326

do
Jan. 11,1883
Jan. 16,1883
Feb. 3,1883

50,000
100,000
50,000
45, 000

40,050
90,000
38,800
11,240

39,385
88,435
38,039
11,135

Feb. 5,1883
Mar. 1,1883
Mar. 5,1883

30,000
50,000
56,000

J u n e 30,1883
Aug. 25,1883
Oct. 1,1883

300, 000
35,000
100,000

141,200
11,250
90,000

140,235
11,250
89,460

Oct. 15,1883
Oct. 23,1883

Total .
•i New b a n k with same title.




kNo circulation issued.

278
No.

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

77.—NATIONAL BANKS THAT HAVE GONE INTO VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION UNDER THE

PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS 5220 AND 5221 OF THE REVISED STATUTES, ETC.—Cont'd.
Circulation.

Name and location of bank.
Corn Exchange National Bank, Chicago.
Ill a
Farmers' National Bank, Sullivan, Ind..
City National Bank, La Salle, 111
Hunt County National Bank, Greenville,
Tex
Waldoboro National Bank, Waldoboro,
Me

Third National Bank, Nashville, Tenn ..
Madison County National Bank, Anderson, Ind. .
First National Bank, Phoenix, Ariz
Cobbossee National Bank, Gardiner, Me.
Mechanics and Traders' National Bank,
New York N Y
Princeton National Bank, Princeton,N.J
Kearsarge National Bank, Warner, N. H.
Second National Bank, Lansing, Mich...
First National Bank, Ellensburg, Wash..
German National Bank, Millerstown, Pa
Exchange National Bank, Cincinnati,
Ohio
First National Bank, Rushviile, 111
Mechanics' National Bank, Peoria, 111...
First National Bank, Freeport, Pa
Genesee County National Bank, Batavia,
N. Y
Valley National Bank, Redoak, Iowa
Merchants' National Bank, Bismarck,
N.Dak
Total
Manufacturers' National Bank, Minneapolis, Minn
Farmers and Merchants' National Bank,
Uhrichsville, Ohio
Metropolitan National Bank, New York,
N.Y
First National Bank, Grand Forks,N.Dak
Iron National Bank, Gunnison, Colo
Freehold National Banking Companv,
Freehold N J
Albia National Bank, Albia, Iowa
First National Bank Carlinville 111
Freeman's National Bank, Augusta, Me.
First National Bank, Kokomo, Ind
First National Bank, Sabetha, Kans
First National Bank, Wyoming, 111
First National Bank, Tarentum, Pa
First National Bank, Walnut, 111
Farmers' National Bank,Franklin,Tenn
Citizens' National Bank, Sabetha, Kans.
First National Bank, Tucson, Ariz
Rioon National Bank, Ripon, Wis
Farmers' National Bank, Franklin, Ohio
First National Bank, Prescott, Ariz
National Union Bank, Swan ton, Vt
German National Bank, Memphis,Tenn.
Merchants and Farmers' National Bank,
Shakopee Minn
First National Bank, Superior, Wis
Shetucket National Bank,Norwich,Conn
Cumberland National Bank, Cumberland R I
First National Bank, Columbia, Tenn ...
Union National Bank, New York, N. Y..
First National Bank, Centerville, Ind ...
Manufacturers' National Bank, Appleton , Wis
First National Bank, Plankinton, S.
Dak
Total

Daie ui
liquidation.

Capital.
Issued.

Nov. 10,1883
Dec. 24,1^83
Jan. 8,1884

$700,000
50,000
100,000

$45,000
22,500

Jan. 22,1884

08,250

31,1884
Feb. 20,1884

50,000
300,0C0

Mar. 5 1884
Apr. 7,1884
Apr. 18,1884

9

Retired.

Outstanding.

$44,490
22,310

$510
190

17,300

17,120

180

44,000
107,600

43,045*
165,305

955
2,295

50,000
50,000
150, 000

45,000
11,240
90,000

44,360
11,150
88,079

640
90
1,921

A p r 24,1884
M a y 17,1884
30,1884
31,]884
9,1884
12,1884

200,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000

85,400
72,500
23,586
40,000
13,500
45,000

81,450
71,230
22,837
38,433
13,470
44,065

3,950
1,270
749
1,567
30
935

27,1884
30,1884
4,1884
10,1884

500,000
75, 000
100,000
50,000

78,000
66,500
72,000
44,200

77,265
64, 450
69,907
43,540

735
2,050
2,093
660

Oct. 11.If84
Oct. 20;1884

50,000
50,000

45,000
22,150

44,350
21,650

650
500

Jan

June
July
Aug.
Aug.

A rig
Sept.
Oct.
Oct.

73,000

22, 500

22,300

200

2,916,250

Oct. 28,1884

1,072,976

1,050,806

22,170
380

1,1884

300,000

45,000

44,620

Nov. 10,1884

50,000

34,600

34,430

170

Nov. 18,1884
Dec. 2,1884
Dec. 8,1884

3, 000,000
50,000
50,000

1,447,000
19,250
11,250

1,407,762
19,060
11,140

39,238
190
110

Dec. 10 1884
Dec. IB'. 1884

50,000
50,000
50,000
100, 000
250,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
60,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
175,300

93,000
11,240
22 450
90,000
45, 000
10,740
11,200
42,500
36,000
10, 740
11,240
28,100
16,200
27, 350
11,250
43, 800
120,100

89,830
11,120
21,519
87,934
43,465
10, 670
11,050
41,825
35,690
10, 650
11,135
27,760
16,085
26,710
11,090
42, 565
115,200

3,170
120
931
2,066
1,535
70
150
675
310
90
105
340
115
640
160
1,235
4,900

50,000
00,000
100,000

10,240
18,900
72,000

10,140
18, 700
70, 390

100
200
1,610

125,000
100,000
1,200,000
50,000

106,200
66,800
25,100
27,350

104, 025
64,895
18,061
26,800

2,175
1,905
7,039
550

Oct. 10, 1885

50,000

45,000

43,846

1,154

Oct. 21, 1885

50,000

11,250

11,160

90

6,520, 300

2,570, 850

2,499,327

71,523

250, 000
Valley National Bank, St. Louis, Mo
Dec. 4, 1885
50,000
Jan. 6, 1886
First National Bank Bel ton, Tex
50,000
First National Bank, Granville, Ohio ... Feb. 15, 1886
a No circulation issued.


44,960
23,490
26,500

43,750
23,230
25,414

1,210
260
1,086



Nov.

do
Dee. 26,1884
Jan. 1,1885
Jan. 2,3885
Jan. 13,1885

do '
Jan. 21,1885
Jan. 24,1885
Jan. 27,1885
Jan. 31,1885
Feb. 7,1885
Apr. 1,1885
Apr. 9,18S5
Apr. 28,1885
May

6,1885

Mav 12,1885
Mav 16,1885
May

18,1 £8)

June 5,1885
Julv 14,1885
July 21,1885
Oct.

3,1885

279

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OK THE CURRENCY.

No. 77.—NATIONAL BANKS THAT HAVE GONE INTO VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION UNDEK THE
PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS 5220 AND 5221 OF THE REVISED STATUTES, ETC.—Cont'd.
Circulation.
Date of
liquidation.

Name and location of bank.

Capital.

Issued,

Concordia National Bank, Concordia,
Kans
, Mar. 12, 188G !
Citizens' National Bank, Beloit, Wis
j Mar. 22,1886 I
First National Bank, Dayton, Wash..... Mar. 24,1886 '
First National Bank, Macomb, 111
Apr. 14, 1886 j
First National Bank, Jesup, Iowa
Apr. 20, 1886 |
Dallas National Bank, Dallas, Tex
j May 8, 1886 |
First National Bank, Lewistown, 111
May 12, 1886 |
First National Bank, Cedar Rapids, Iowa May 28, 1886 j
First National Bank, Socorro, N. Mcx... July 3.1, 1886 !
Custer County National Bank, Broken
Bow, Nebr
A u g . 9, 1886
Roanoke National Bank, Roanoke, Va..! Sept. 16, 1886
First National Bank, Brownville, Ncbr.J ....do
First National Bank, Leslie, Mich
I Sept. 25,1886
Mount Vernon National Bank, Mount
Vemon, 111
! Oct. 11, 1886
National Bank, Piedmont, W. Va
j Oct. 14, 1886
First National Bank, St. Clair, Mich
I Oct. 20, 1886
First National Bank, Milford, Mich
I Oct. 21, 1886
National Bank of Kingwood, W. Va
1 ....do
Merchants' National Bank, Lima, Ohio.! Oct. 22, 1886 i
Hubbard National Bank, Hubbard, Ohio I Oct. 23, 1886 !
Commercial National Bank, Marshall- j
town, Iowa
• Oct. 25, 1886

First National Bank, Indianapolis, Ind .
First National Bank, Concord. Mich
Jamestown National Bank, Jamestown,
N. Dak
First National Bank, Berea, Ohio
First National Bank, Allerton, Iowa
Second National Bank, Hillsdale, Mich.
Topton National Bank, Topton, Pa
First National Bank, Warsaw, 111
First National Bank, Hamburg, Iowa
Darlington National Bank, Darlington,
S ~
Union National Bank, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Roberts' National Bank, Titusville, Pa..
National Bank of Rah way, N. J
Olney National Bank, Olney, 111
Metropolitan National Bank, Leavenworth, Kans
Ontario County National Bank, Canandaigua, N. Y"
Winsted National Bank, Winsted, Conn.
Council Bluffs National Bank, Council
Bluffs, Iowa
First National Bank, Homer, 111
First National Bank, Beloit, Wis
Mystic National Bank, Mystic, Conn
Exchange National Bank, Louisiana,
Mo
Exchange National Bank, Downs, Kans J
Total




50,000 !
50,000
100,000

50,000
150,000 j

50,000 !
100,000 ?

50,000 -

$11.2-10
11,240
13,490
89,520
25,760
38,750
45,000
35,490
15. 500

50,000
50,000
50.000
50,, 000

11,240
11,250
39,680
13,410

51,100
50,000
50,000
50,000

45,000
45,000
39,310
45.000
96,140
45,000
45,000

125.000 j

50,000 !
50,000 I

i

$11,085 !

11,030
13,100
87,135
25,345
33,340
43,955
33,275

|
I
i
j
!
j
i

15,250 !
I
11,240 L
11,140 I
38,185 i
13,000 j
|
43,875 |
43,930
38,110
41,200
93,010
44,190
44,262

SI 55
210
890
2,3S5
415
410
1,045
2,215
250
110
1,495
410
1,125
1,070
1,200
740
3,130
810
738

22,500

22,230

270

1,726,100 j

Total .

First National Bank, Tecumseh. Nebr ..
Third National Bank, St. Paul, Minn...
First National Bank, Marshall, Mo
First National Bank, Greene, Iowa
Fulton National Bank, New York, N. Y.«
Fayetteville National Bank, Fayetteville, N. C
I
National Bank, Somerset, Ky
First National Bank, RichbuVg, N. Y
Scituate National Bank, Scituate, R. I . .
National Bank, Franklin, Ind
First National Bank, Hampton, Iowa...
First National Bank, Greensburg, Kans .
First National Bank, Central City, Nebr.
Duluth National Bank, Duluth, Minn...
Bismarck National Bank, Bismarck, N.
Dak'
First National Bank, Ash ton, S. Dak

550,000 i

j Retired. | s

834,470

813,341

21,129

500,000 j

162,325
11, 250

160,665 !
11,145 j

1,660
105

11,250
45,000
11,250
13,892
18,000
38.250
13,500

11,150 j
43,948
10,610
11,976
17,820
36,375
13,100

100
1,052
640
1,916
180
1,875
400

100,000 !

Nov. 11, 1886
Nov. 27, 1880
Nov. 29,
Dec. 1,
Dec. 6,
Dec. 18,
Dec. 28,
Dec. 31,
do
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Mar.
Mar.

50.000 !
!
50,000 !
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000

1886
3886
1886
1886
1886
1886

390
4,158
1,915
1,742
320

22,500 j

22,270

230

11,250
11, 250

10, 945
10, 895

305
355

100,000
50,000
50,000
52,450 !

22,500
11,250
11, 250
47,205

22,230
11,060
10, 740
45, 998

270
190
510
1,207

50,000 |
50,000 j

11,250
11,250

11,115
11,150

135
100

100,000
500,000
100,000
100,000

Mar. 15, 1887

100,000

60, 000

50,000
50,000

Mar. 23, 1887
Apr. 12, 1887
May
June
June
July

5, 1887
22, 1887
30, 1887
7, 1887

J u l y 12, 1887
Aug. 1, 1887

'

22,500
237,230
75,610
42, 500
27,000

22,110
233,072
73,695
40,758
26,680

10, 1887
14,1887
28, 1887
9, 1887
11, 1887

! 2,312, 450

889,262

869,507

19, 755

Nov. 3, 1887
Nov. 4, 1887
Dec. 6, 1887
Dec. 15, 1887
Dec. 20, 1887

50,000
500,000
100, 000
50,000
300,000

11,700
45, 000
22,500
10,750

11,545
44, 515
22, 210
10, 590

155
485
290
160

Dec. 31,
do
Jan. 10,
Jan. 11,
Jan. 31,
Feb. 1,
Feb. 10,
Feb. 11,
Feb. 20,

200,000
50,000
50,000
56,000
50,000
50.003
50| 000
50,000
300,000

39,580
45,000
25,905
35,018
11,250
11,250
11,240
10,710
45,000

37, 906
43,040
25,375
33,807
10,720
11,040
11,060
9, 955
44,420

1,674
1,960
530
1,211
530
210
180
755
580

11,250
11,250

10,940
11,110

310
110

Mar.
Mar.

1887
1888
1888
1888
1888
1888
1888
1888

1, 1888
6, 1888

a No circulation.

50,000 |
50,000 I

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CURRENCY.

No. 77.—NATIONAL BANKS THAT HAVE GONE INTO VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION UNDER THE

PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS 5220 AND 5221 OF THE REVISED STATUTES, ETC.—Cont'd.

Date of
liquidation.

Name and location of bank. 1
Citizens' National Bank, Sioux Falls,
S.Dak
First National Bank, Stan ton, Mich
First National Bank, Fairmont, Nebr ...
First National Bank, Greenleaf, Kans...
National Bank Genesee, Batavia, N. Y...
Strong" City National Bank, Strong City,
Kans
Citizens' National Bank, Saginaw, Mich.
Saugerties National Bank, Saugerties,
Hyde National Bank, Titusville, Pa
State National Bank, Omaha, Nebr
Cincinnati National Bank, Cincinnati,
Ohio
First National Bank, Alameda, Cal
First National Bank, Worthington, Minn
South Framingham National Bank,
South Framingham, Mass
First National Bank, Grass Valley, Cal..
Merchants' National Bank of West Virginia, Morgantown, W. Va
First National Bank, Cawker City, Kans.

Apr. 24, 1888
Apr. 30, 1888
May ;1, 1888
May 9. 1888

Circulation.
Capital.

Issued.
$50,000

50,000
50,000
50,000
75,000

May 21,1888

50,000

May 26.1888

Retired.

Outstanding.

$11,260
11,250
11,250
11,250
44,434

$11,165
11,090
11.080
11,140
41,636

$85
160
170
110
2,798

June 1J1888

100,000

11,250
45,000

11,065
44,040

185
960

June 16,1888
June 21,1888
July 18,1888

125,000
300,000
100,000

93, 316
74,730
22,500

90.081
71,000
22,200

3,235
3,730
300

Aug. 1,1888
Sept, 4,1888
Sept. 5,1888

280,000
100,000

52,510
27,000
16,875

51,540
25.955
16; 725

970
1,045
150

Sept. 8,1888
Sept. 18,1888

100,000

21,720
11,250

20.870
11,150

850
100

Oct.
Oct.

110,000

50,000

80,830
11,250

77, 500
11,000

3,330
250

3,671,000

905,068

877,500

27,568

100,000
200,000
50,000
50,000

22,500
97,520
11,250
11,250

22,250
93,840
11,120
11,170

250
3,680
130

50,000
50, 000
50,000
250,000
50,000
100,000
75,000

10,690
11,250
11,250
217,710
21, 870
86,590
17,100

10,585
11,100
11,050
209,480
20,018
85,183
15,515

105
150
200
8,230
1,852
1,407
1,585

4,1888
9,1888

Total.
San Diego National Bank, San Diego,Cal. Nov. 7,1888
National Exchange Bank, Auburn, N. Y. Nov. 16,1888
National Bank of Dayton, Wash
Nov. 21,1888
First National Bank, Colby, Kans
....do
First National Bank, Russell Springs, |
Kans
!
cto
First National Bank, Columbia, S. Dak .. j Nov. 26,1888
Citizens' National Bank, Kingman, Kans! Dec. 24,1888
Bowery National Bank, New York, N. Y.j Jan. 2,1889
Second National Bank, Iona, Mich
! Jan. 8,1889
First National Bank, Johnstown, N. Y... I Jan. 16,1889
First National Bank, Canandaigua, N. Y.! Jan. 26,1889
Pendleton National Bank, Pendleton, I
Oreg
; Feb. 4,1889
Iowa City National Bank, Iowa City, j
Iowa
"... | Feb. 7,1889
Fleming County National Bank, Flem- j
ingsburg, Ky
! Feb. 9,18S9
Merchants' National Bank, El Dorado, j
Kans
; Feb. 26,1889
Merchants' National Bank, Des Moines, j
Mar. 1,1889
Iowa
Norwich National Bank, Norwich, Conn. Mar. 15,1889
Mar. 27,1889
First National Bank, Franklin, Nebr
Farmers and Mechanics' National Bank.
Buffalo, N. Y
'. Apr. 3,1889
First National Bank, Du Bois City, Pa... Apr. 8,1889
First. National Bank,Cimarron, Kans... Apr. 27,1889
Traders' National Bank, San Antonio,
Apr. 29,1889
Tex
Merchants' National Bank, Duluth,Minn| May 20,1889
Wright County National Bank, Clarion,
June 19,1889
Iowa
National Bank, Lawrence, Kans
I June 29,1889
National Bank, Le Roy, N. Y
j
do
Halstead National Bank, Halstead,Kans J
do
Farmers' National Bank,Mount Sterling, j
Ky
I July 1,1889
!
First National Bank, Keyport, N. J
.....'do
National Bank, Huntsville, Ala
I July 3,1889
German National Bank, Newton, Kans.. July 19,1889
First National Bank, Clay Center, Nebr. Aug. 8,1889
Vernon National Bank, Vernon,Tex.a.. Aug. 17,1889
Butler National Bank, Butler, Mo
j Aug. 23,1889
Second National Bank, Lebanon, Tenn . Sept. 18,1889
National Bank, Kinderhook, N. Y
j Oct. 1,1889
First National Bank, Woodstock, III
! Oct. 31,1889

75,000
50,000

50,000

11,250

11,130

120

200,000

45,000

44,185

815

26,622

25,137

1, 485

22,500

29 93Q

270

300,000
220, 000
60, 000

22,500
77,150
13,000

21,905
73,210
12,879

595
3,940
121

200,000
50,000
50,000

26,100
11,250
10,170

22,770
10,875
10,080

3,330
375
90

100,000
200,000

22,500
45,000

21,960
44,455

540
545

50,000
100,000
100,000
50,000

11,250
49,809
22,500
11,250

11,140
46,921
22,100
11,070

110
2,888
400
180

250,000
50,000
50,000
60,000
50,000
60,000

195,680
11,250
44,900
13,500
11,250

190,120
11,085
42,567
13,310
11,090

5,560
165
2,333
190
160

50,000
125,000
50,000

14,850
11, 250
78,220
27,000

14,215
10,320
72,248
26,320

635
930
5.972
'680

3,516,000

Total .

50,000
100,000

1,354,731

1,304,633

50,098

65,000
100,000

14,630
22, 500

14.310
22,105

320
395

m, ooo

Farmers and Merchants' National Bank,!

Valley City, N. Dak
Union National Bank, La Crcsse, Wis




j Dec.
' Dec.

1,1S89

9,1889

" N o circulation.

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No. 77.—NATIONAL BANKS THAT HAVE GONE INTO YOLI/NTARY LIQUIDATION UNDER THE
PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS 5220 AND 5221 OF THE REVISED STATUTES, ETC.—Cont'd.
Circulation.
Capital.

Name and location of bank.



Istanding.

j

$11,250 !

100,000

!

I

2, 350

82.580 I
11,250
11.250
48; 605
11,250
11,250
30,360
11,250
85,920 I

30,230 j
10,403
11,250
45, 777
11,110
11,015
80,010
11,110
31,320

*2," 828
140
235
350
140
4,000

:
j
!
;

45,000 I
3 7, t»70 !

44, 850
•1(5, 720

11,250 !
28,573 !

10,950 !
24, 700 '

100,000 !
100,000; !
50,000
50,000
50,000 !
300,000! !
50,000

82,080 S
87,487 •

50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
;
i

200,000
00,000
50,000
100,000

j
I

1
i
1
I
I

;

$11,130

;

$50,000

81,910

$120
847

050
950.
300
3,867
770
2,628
2,259

15.805
11 240
24,654
11.250

3i,859
13,546
11,240
22,212
10,960

1,800
26C
270
900

2,442
290

43,200
10,990
10,980
14,100

50,000
150', 000
100,000

11,250
38.750
m. 249

10,955
32,910
56,547

295
840
2,702

50,000 !
125,000 !
50,000 I

11,250 I
82,641 !
85.748 i

11,180
29;823 I
84,068 !

120
2,818
1,680

j

300,000
200,000
55,000
50,000

64,033
45,000
55,927
11,250

53,556 i
44,555
52,509
10,380

5,477
445
3,418
870

;

50,000

11,250 I

11,030 j

220

I

50,000 i
300,000:

11,710 I
220,465 >

11,055 I
209,942 i

655
10,523

45,000 j

44,075 I

925

4,255,000 i 1,248,727 i 1,188,028 j

60,699

200,000
50,000
50,000
250,000
!
j
I
I

;
!
j
I

;
i
!
:

500,000

I

Total
German American National Bank, Kansas City, Mo
First National Bank, Hill City, K a n s . . . .
First National Bank, Frankfort, Kans ..
Second National Bank, Owosso, Mich...
West Side National Bank, Wichita, Kans.
Anthony National Bank, Anthony, Kans.
Commercial National Bank, Rochester,,
N.Y
Mercantile National Bank, Louisiana, Mo
National Bank, Eldorado, Kans
First National Bank, Suffolk, Va
Citizens' National Bank, Medicine
Lodge, Kans
Rome National Bank, Rome, Oil
Windsor National Bank, Windsor, Y t . . .
Beadle County National Bank, Huron,
S. Dak
American National Bank, Sioux City,
Iowa
United States National Bank, Atchison,
Kans
Washington National Bank, New York,
N.Y
First National
 Bank, Ashland, Kans . . . .

! out-

ii
ii

Harper County National Bank, Anthony, Kans
Dec. 20, 1889
Lumberman's National Bank, Williamsport, Pa
Dec. 31, 1889
First National Eank, South Haven,
Mich
....do..
Durango National Bank, Durango, Colo.j Jan. 6, 1890
First National Bank, Fox Lake, Wis
Jan. 14, 1890
First National Bank, Ogalalla, Nebr
j.
do
First National Bank, Stockton, Kans I Jan. 15. 1890
Jan. 20^ 1890
First National Bank, Kulo. Nebr
do ..
First National Bank, Eagle Grove, Iowa.1
Toledo National Eank, Toledo, Ohio
| Jan. 21,1890
National Exchange Bank, Kansas City, j
Mo
'...i Jan. 28, 1890
National Bank, Newcastle, Ky
I Feb. 1, 1890
Plymouth National Bank, Plymouth. I
Mich
\
. J Feb. 25, 1890
First National Bank, Loekport, N. Y
! Feb. 28, 1890
Merchants' National Bunk,'Amsterdam, i
N.Y
:.| Mar. 15, 1890
Mar. 19, 1890
National Bank of Texas, Galveston, Tex. I Mar. 27, 1890
Bowie National Bank, Bowie, Tex.«
Mar. 31, 1890
First National Bank, Union Springs, N.Y. Apr. 18, 1890
Ferris National Bank, Swan ton, Yt
Apr. 19, 1890
First National Bank, Rock. Island, 111 j Apr. 28, 1890
First National Bank, Ketehum, Idaho „ J
Winchester National Bank, Winchester I Apr. 29, 1890
Ky
Apr. 30, 1890
First National Bank, Harper, Kans
! June 21, 1890
First National Bank, Loup City, Nebr...) June 24', 1890
American National Bank, Waco, Tex .. .j
Hamilton County National Bank, Web- June HO, 1890
ster City, Iowa
do ..
Planters' National Bank, Henderson, K y . July 1, 1890
Wakefield National Bank,Wakelield, K.I
Jewell County National Bank, Mankato, July 2. 1890
Kans
Aug. 5; 1890
Citizens' National Bank, Flint, Mich
| Aug. 28, 1890
N. Village Bank, Bowdoinhara, Me
!
La Fayette National Bank, Lafayette, Aug. 29,1890
Ind
*
Sept. 8,1890
Lincoln National Bank, Stanford, K y . . . ; Sept. 25,1890
Canastota National Bank,Canastota.N.Y | Sept. 30, 1890
First National Bank, Whitehall, Mich ..!
Meade County National Bank, Meade | Oct.
,1890
Center, Kans
;
Farmers' National Bank, South Charles- j Oct. V.1890
ton, Ohio
' ....do
First National Bank, Columbus, Ohio... 1
Commercial National Bank, St. Paul, i Oct. 27.1890
Minn
'
..!

j Retired.
I

Issued,

Dec.
,1890
Dec. 20,1890
Jan. 8,1891
Jan. 18.1891
do..
do

250,000
50,000
100,000
60,000
100,000
50,000

Jan. 27,1891 ;
do
:
Fel). 9,1891 I
Feb. 12,1891 j

!
I
I
!

45.000
10J750
22,500
33,500
22,500
10,750

44,100
10,575
21,930
13,255
22, 060
10,610

900
175
570
245
440
140

200,000 |
50,000
50,000
50,000 |

41,820 I
11,250 |
10J745 !
1.1,250 •

39,152
11,050
10,395
10,950

2,668
200
350
300

Feb. 19,1891 !
Feb. 28,1891 I
Feb. 24,1891 ;

50,000 !
100,000 I
50,000 S

11,250 i
22,500 i
22,500 !

11,032
22,335
21,995

218
165

Feb. 2'1,1891 !

50,000 \

22,500 |

21,880

I
I
I
|
|
)

Mar. VI, 1*91 j

150,000

33, 750 I

33,370

Mar. 21,1891 !

250,000 I

45,000 \

44,100

Apr. 13,189]
Apr. 15,1891

300,000 |
50,000 I

45,000 j
11,250 i

41,445
11,055

« No circulation.

505
620
380
900
555
195

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

No. 77.—NATIONAL BANKS THAT HAVE GONE INTO VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION UNDER THE

PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS 5220 AND 5221 OF THE REVISED STATUTES, ETC.—Cont'd.

Date of
liquidation.

Name and location of bank.
First National Bank, Burroak, Kans
Glenwood National Bank, Glenwood
Springs, Colo
First National Bank, Cardiff, Temi
East Saginaw National Bank, East Saginaw, Mich
Twin City National Bank, New Brighton,
Minn
Merchants' National Bank, Binghamton, N.Y
First National Bank, Merced, Cal
National Bank of Union County, Morganneld, Ky
Citizens' National Bank, Belton, Tex
Citizens' National Bank, Gatesville, Tex.
Orel National Bank, Ord, Nebr
First National Bank, Indianola, Nebr...
National Bank, Anderson, S. C
First National Bank, Flushing, Mich ...
First National Bank, Francestown, N. H.
Columbus National Bank, New York, N.Y

Circulation.
Capital.

May 15,, 1891
May 23,1891
May 25,1891
Juna 23, Ib91
do
June 25,1891
June 30,1891
83,398
1.0.450
11,140
11,000
10,925
12,910
10,840
57,733
44,300

do
,
July 1,1891
.do
Aug. 22,1891
Aug. 31,1891
Sept. 1,1891
Sept. 21.1891
Oct. 10,1891
Oct. 15,1891

3,360,000
Total .
Citizens' National Bank, Colorado, Tex. Nov. 3.1891 I
60,000
First National Bank, Lagrange, Ga
50,000
Produce National Band, Philadelphia, Dec. 1,1891 J
Pa.

300,000

Merchants' National Bank, Kansas City, I Dec. 8,1891 '
1, 000, 000
Mo
*...; D e c 22,1891
50,000
First National Bank, Manitowoc, Wis...| Dec. 26,1891
50,000
First National Bank, Fairfield, Tex
j
Commonwealth National Bank, Phiia- | Dec. 28,1891
208,000
delphia, Pa
I
Merchants' National Bunk, Fort Dodge, !j Dec. 31,1891
100,000
Iowa
Jan. 12,1892
100, 000
Giles National Bank, Pulaski, Teim
! ....do
50.000
.do
First National Bank, Quanah, Tex
!
Northwestern National Bank, Aber- j Jan. 15.1892
100,000
deen, S. Dak
I
50,000
Castleton National Bank, Castleton, Yt J Jan. 22,1892
First National Bank, Chamberlain, S. j Feb. 6,1892
50,000
Dak




847,173

25,705

13,500
11,700

13,190
11,400

310

45,000

44,122

878

45,000
14,816
11,250

42, 500
13,053
10,800

2,500
1,763
450

65,480

57,940

7,540

22,500
22, 500
11,250

21,215
20,890
11,020

1,285
1,610
230

22, 500
14,630

22,163
13,325

337
1,305

9,1892

50. 000

11,250
11, 250

11,010
11,030

240
220

Feb. 29,1892
Mar. 3,1892
Mar. 4,1892
Mar. 9,1892

50, 000
50,000
50,000
50,000

22,500
11,250
10,250
11,250

21,855
11,030
10,075
10,550

645
220
175
700

I Feb.

Sedan National Bank, Sedan, Kans
Bronson National Bank, Painted Post,
N. Y
j
First National Bank, Ainsworth, Nebr..!
First National Bank, Leoti, Kans
!
First National Bank, Blaine, Wash
j
Erath County National Bank, Stephen- I
ville, Tex
American National Bank, Birmingham,
Ala
First National Bank, Wilber, Nebr
j
First National Bank, Greenville, Mich..|
National Exchange Bank, Columbus,
Ohio
Citizens' National Bank, Roanoke, Va..
Inter-State National Bank, New Yrork,
N. Y
First National Bank, Platte City, Mo
First National Bank, Jetmore, Kans
Tampa National Bank, Tampa, Fla
Birmingham National Bank, Birmingham , Ala
First National Bank, Stafford, Kans
National Bank of Commerce, Hutchinson, Kans
First National Bank, Graf ton, Mass
First National Bank, Dorchester, Nebr..
First National Bank, Salina, Kans
Lincoln National Bank, Lincoln, Nebr .
First National Bank, Aurora, Mo
Farmers and Traders' National Bank,
Oskaloosa, Iowa
First National Bank, San Luis Obispo,
Cal
First National Bank, De Smet, S. Dak ..

872,878

Mar. 15,1892

50,000

11, 250

10, 950

300

Mar. 22,1892
.do
Mar. 28,1892

250,000
50,000
50,000

45,000
13,000
11,250

43,830
12,545
10,142

1,170
455
1,108

Apr.
Apr.

1,1892
4,1892

100,000
100,000

50,670
21,700

46,605
21,438

4,065
262

Apr. 15,1892
Apr. 25,1892
Apr. 30,1892
May 2,1892

200,000
50,000
50,000
50, 000

45, 000
11,250
11,250
11,250

44,420
11,115
10,985
11,105

580
135
265
145

.do.
June 15,1892

250,000
50,000

45,000
11,250

43,200
11,005

1,800
245

do
June 21,1892
July 5,1892
.do
July 32,1892
July 22,1892

100,000
100,000
50,000
150,000
100,000
50,000

22,500
25,102
11,250
33,750
22,500
11,250

21,400
22,697
11,025
32,560
21,590
11,100

1,100
2,405
225
1,190
910
150

July 30,1892

100,000

22,500

21,835

665

Aug. 27,1892
Sept, 14,1892

150,000
50,000

33,750
11,250

33,180
11,000

570
250

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283

No. 77.—NATIONAL BANKS THAT HAVE GONE INTO VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION UNDER THE

PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS 5220 AND 5221 OP THE REVISED STATUTES, ETC.—Cont'd.

Name and location of bank.

Date of
liquidation.

Merchants' National Bank, ChattanooSept, 24,1892
ga, Tenn
National Bank of the Republic. Tacoma, Wash
Oct. 1,1892
First National Bank, South. Sioux City,
Nebr
"... Oct. 27.1892

Circulation.
Capital.

OutRetired. standing.

$250,000

$45,000

143,780

200,000

45,000

44,280

720

50,000

10,250

10,105

145

959,848

919,060 I

40,788

44.500
10,750

43,400 !
10,420 j
I
11,000

1,100
330

33,750
13.500
45,000

33,100
12,550
42,240

650
950
2, 700

10, 750
21,750
14,020

10, 430
20.830
13, 740

320
920
280

143,010
16,095

137, 910
15, 350

5,100
745

225, 000
21,800
44,550
21,880
16,410
16,150

208,755
21,080
41,500
21,470
15, 830
15,350

16, 245
720
3,050
410
580
800

45,000
10,250

42,650
9,930

2,350
320

10,750
29, 360
10,290
11,250

10,430
26,458
10,025
8,812

320
2,902
265
2,438

10,730
41,900

520
3,100

50,000
250,000
50,000
50,000
150,000

11,250
45, 000
11,250
44, 000
10, 750
13, 720
33,750

10,860
40, 430
10,430
12,335
32,650

390
3, 570
320
1,335
1,100

150,000

44,200

43,050

1,150

250,000

45,000

42, 570

2,430

100,000

22,000

21,160

840

50,000
60,000
50,000

11,250
13,500
10,750

10,450
13,010
10,260

800
490
490

50,000
100,000
50,000
75,000
50, 000
50,000

11,250
22, 500
11,250
17,420
11,250
11,250

10,750
21,660
10,980
16,485
10, 928
10,450

500
840
270
935
322

100, 000

22,100

20,850

1,250

5,710,000 I 1,250,505

1,185,198

65,307

Total
I
I 5,018,000
Continental National Bank, Kansas
200,000
Nov. 11,1892
City, Mo
Nov. 15,1392
50,000
First'National Bank, Clyde, Kans
Eugene National Bank, Eugene City,
50,000
Nov. 20,1892
Oreg
Commercial National Bank, Sioux City,
150,000
Iowa
Dec. 1,1892
60,000
do
First National Bank, Batesyille, Ohio...
200,000
Dee. 3,1892
State National Bank, Lincoln, Nebr
Woodson National Bank, Yates Center,
Dec. 5,1892 |
50,000 |
Kans
Dec. 31,1892 I
100,000 I
First National Bank, Fontiac, Mich
Jan. 4,1898
First National Bank, Castle, Mont
65,000 j
National Feniberton Bank, Lawrence,
150,000 '
Mass
Jan. 10,1898
75,000
First National Bank, Lorain, Ohio
Covington City National Bank, Coving500,000
Feb. 1,1893 i
ton, "Ky
100,000
Merchants' National Bank, Macon, Ga . Feb. 14,1893
250,000 j
iEtna National Bank, Kansas City, Mo.. Mar. 9,1898
100, 000
Citizens' National Bank, Orlando, Fla .. Mar. 22,1893
Apr. 1,1893
50,000
First National Bank, Lexington, 111
May 22,1893
First National Bank, Burnet, Tex
75,000
Southern National Bank, New Orleans,
June 5,1893
500,000
La
50,000
First National Bank, Santa Monica, Cal. •June 17,1893
Finney County National Bank, Garden
June 20,1893
50,000
City, Kans.
50,000
Lake'National Bank, Wolfboro, N. I I . . . June 29,1893
50,000
First National Bank, Wa Keeney, Kans. June 30,1893
July 6,]893
50,000
First National Bank, Springfield, Mo
Farmers and Merchants' National Bank,
Rockwall, Tex
Julv 11,1893
50,000
North Texas National Bank, Dallas, Tex. July 13,1893 1,000,000
Hoquiam, National Bank, Iloquiam,
July 18,1893

GateCity National Bank," Atlanta! Ga!! July 25,1893
First National Bank, Big Timber, Mont. July 27,1893
July 29,1893
Orono National Bank, Orono, Me
Aug. 3,1893
Central National Bank, Dallas, Tex
Fourth National Bank, Chattanooga,
Aug. 10,1893
Tenn
Merchants' National Bank, Fort Worth,
Aug. 15,1893
Tex
Gallatin Valley National Bank, BozeAug. 18,1893
man, Mont
Farmers' National Bank, Constantino,
Sept. 4,1893
Mich
First National Bank, Mankato, Kans ... Sept. 19,1S93
Sept, 20,1893
Dillon National Bank, Dillon, Mont
Gray National Bank, Middletown
Springs, Vt
.....do
Frankfort National Bank, Frankfort, Ky Sept. 21,1893
First National Bank, Slaughter, Wash ".. Oct. 25,1893
Second National Bank, Helena, Mont... Sept. 30,1893
First National Bank, Minneapolis, Kans. Oct.
9,1893
Oct. 14,1893
First National Bank, Wharton, Tex
Farmers and Merchants' National
Bank, Clarksville, Tenn
Oct. 19,1898
Total .
York National Bank, York, Nebr
First National Bank. Genesee, Idaho ..
First National Bank^ Centerville, Mich.
Randolph National Bank, Randolph,
Mass
First National Bank, Caldwell, Kans...
First National Bank, Princeton, Minn..
First National Bank, Luling, Tex
,



Issued.

1,220

250

Nov. G, 1893
Nov. 13,1893
Nov. 25,1893

100, 000
50,000
50,000

21,847
11,250
10,650

21, 260
10,830
9,365

587
420
1,285

Nov.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.

200,000
50,000
50,000
50,000

172,050
10,250
10,870
11,250

159,975
9,730
10,763
10,800

12,075
520
107
450

27,1893
2,1893
18,1893
23,1893

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COMPTROLLER

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CURRENCY,

•No. 77.—NATIONAL BANKS THAT HAVE GONE INTO VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION UNDER THE
PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS 5220 AND 5221 OP THE REVISED STATUTES, ETC.—Cont'd.
Circulation.

!*?ame and location of bank.
National Bank, Sioux City, Iowa
State National Bank, Jefferson, Tex
First National Bank, Ilnshville, Nebr...
National Bank of Commerce, Provo
City, Utah
First National Bank, Fredonia, Kans
Citizens' National Bank, Whitewater,
Wis
Farmers and Merchants' National
Bank, Union City, Tenn
First National Bank, Geneva, Nebr
First National Bank, Centralia, Wash ...
First National Bank, Opelousas, La
State National Bank, Dallas, Tex
First National Bank, Kinsley, Kans
American National Bank,' Salt Lake
City, Utah
First National Bank, Clinton, Mo
First National Bank, Medicine Lodge,
Kans
Globe National Bank, Kalispel, Mont ...
First National Bank, De Witt, Nebr
First National Bank, Harrisonville, Mo..
Union National Bank. Salt Lake City,
Utah
.'
Aspen National Bank, Aspen, Colo
First National Bank, Fairneld, Nebr.....
Sagadahock National Bank, Bath, Me...
Merchants and Manufacturers' National Bank, Detroit, Mich
First National Bank, Jerseyville, 111
American National Bank,Salina,Kans..
First National Bank, Dcnison, Tex
First National Bank, Boulder, Mont
First National Bank, Hopkins, Mo
First National Bank,Mystic Bridge, Conn
First National Bank, Kendallville, Ind..
First National Bank, Columbus, Miss
Deadwood National Bank, Deadwood,
S.Dak
Merchants' National Bank, Deadwood,
S. Dak
First National Bank, Sterling, Nebr
Gate City National Bank, Texarkana,
Ark
Garden City National Bank, San Jose,
Cal
First National Bank, Constantino, Mich.
Socorro National Bank, Socorro, N. Mex.
First National Bank, Dodge City, Kans .
State National Banl, Denver, Colo
Washington National Bank, Spokane
Falls, Wash
Bates County National Bank, Butler,TMo.
First National Bank, Montesano, W ash..
First National Bank, Fort Pierre, S. Dak.
Farmers and Merchants' National
Bank, Auburn, Nebr
Kansas National Bank, Topeka, Kans...
First National Bank, Ireton, Iowa
First National Bank, Bessemer, Ala
First National Bank, Lincoln, Kans
Cottonwood Valley National Bank,
Marion, Kans
First National Bank, Osw^ego, Kans
First National Bank, Gibbon, Nebr
Riverside National Bank, Riverside, Cal.
Meridian National Bank, Indianapolis,
Ind

Date of
liquidation.



Issued.

Retired.

Outstanding.

Dec. 29,1893
Dec. 30,1893
Jan. 1,1894

$900,000
50,000
50,000

$43,950
9,050
10,750

$41,850
8,740
10,270

$2,100
310
480

Jan. 2,1894
do.

50,000
50,000

10,750
10,400

10,330
10,030

420
370

Jan. 9,1894

75,000

15,195

14,402

793

10,1894
30,1894
1,1894
3,1894
10,1894
15,1894

100,000
50,000
50, 000
50,000
400,000
50,000

22,350
10,800
11,700
10,850
43,800
11,250

20,650
10, 350
11,370
10,120
41,000
10,680

1,700
450
330
730
2,800
570

Feb. 24,1894
Feb. 28,1894

250,000
100,000

43,500
21,450

42,830
19,431

670
2,019

Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

1,1894
2,1894
12,1894
17,1894

50,000
50,000
50, 000
50,000

11,250
10,930
10,750
10,850

10, 875
10,700
10,610
10,220

375
230
140
630

Mar.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.

23,1894
9,1894
10,1894
11,1894

400,000
100, 000
50,000
100,000

43, 950
21,880
10,750
43,925

42, 025
21,125
10,590
40,475

1,925
755
160
3,450

Apr. 14,1894
Apr. 28,1894
Apr. 30,1894
.do
May 1,1894
do
May 21,1894
May 24,1894
May 30,1894

500,000
50,000
100,000
150,000
50,000
50,000
150,000
50,000
75,000

34, 310
10,850
21,550
43,050
11,250
10,750
33,010
44,300
66,600

30,438
10,128
20,240
39,899
10, 730
10,170
28,381
41,830
61,250

3,872
722
1,310
3,151
520
580
4,629
2,470
5,350

June 7,1894

100,000

21,500

20,875

625

June 8,1894
June 10,1894

100,000
50,000

22,500
10,750

21,250
10,465

June 30,1894

50,000

9,390

9,085

1,250
285
305

Julv 1,1894
.... ."do
July 16,1894
July 27,1894
July 28,1894
July 30,1894
Aug. 1,1894
Aug. 20,1894
Aug. 28,1894

100,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000

21,900
12, 780
11,250
11,250
11,250

21,110
11,275
10,980
10,770
9,000

1,505
270
480
2,250

250, 000
125,000
50,000
50,000

45,000
36,541
11,250
11,250

43,450
34,153
10,910
11,045

1,550
2,388
310
205

Aug. 29,1894
Sept, 1,1894
do
Sept. 10,1894
Sept. 12,1894

50,000
300,000
50,000
50,000
50,000

10,750
43,800
11,350
11,250
10, 750

10,525
39,650
10,870
10,500
10,310

225
4,150
480
750
440

do
Sept. 15,1894
Oct. 10,1894
Oct. 20,1894

50,000
60,000
50,000
100,000

11,250
16,440
11,250
45,000

10,750
15,895
10,720
43,440

500
545
530

Oct. 30,1894

200,000

114,960

105,376

6,835,000

1,487,328

1,396,866

Nov. 1,1894
Nov. 5,1894
do
Nov. 26,1894

50,000
50,000
50,000
60,000

11,250
11,250
11,250
13,100

10,200
10,745
10,660
10,034

90,462
1,050
505
590
3,066

Nov. 27,1894
Dec. 17,1894
Dec. 19,1894

500,000
75,000
300,000

48,908
16,470
45,000

43,531
15,650
43,138

5,377
820
1,862

Total.
First National Bank, Nashua, Iowa
First National Bank, Kirksville, Mo
Blaine National Bank, Blaine, Wash
National Bank of Fayetteville, N. Y . . . . .
Lime Rock National Bank, Providence,
R.I
First National Bank, Palouse City, Wash.
AmericanNationalBank,Galveston,Tex


Capital.

1,560
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PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS 5220 AND 5221 OF THE REVISED STATUTES, ETC.—Cont'd.

Date of
liquidation.

Name and location of bank.
First National Bank, Arapahoe, Nebr ...
Commercial National Bank, Seattle,
Wash
City National Bank, Denver, Colo
Helena National Bank, Helena, Mont...
City National Bank, Birmingham, Ala ..
Security National Bank, Grand Island,
Nebr
First National Bank, Lyons, Kans
First National Bank, Ouray, Colo
First National Bank, Waynesboro, Pa . . .
First National Bank, Anaconda, Mont ..
McPherson National Bank, McPherson,
Kans
First National Bank, Hurley, Wis
First National Bank, Graham, Tex
National Bank of Deming, N. Mex
Merchants'National Bank, Battle Creek,
Mich
Salina National Bank, Salina, Kans
First National Bank, ISfatchez, Miss
First National Bank, lied Lake Falls,
Minn
Corn Exchange National Bank, Sioux
City, Iowa
First National Bank, Rico, Colo
First National Bank, Shelton, Nebr
First National Bank, Moberly, Mo
Fifth National Bank, San Antonio, Tex.
First National Bank, Haskell, Tex
First National Bank, Augusta, Ky
Oklahoma National Bank, Oklahoma
City, Okla
People's National Bank, Colorado, Tex .
Citizens' National Bank, Tacoma, Wash.
First National Bank, Cherry vale, Kans.
Idaho National Bank, Pocatello, Idaho.
First National Bank, Spearfish, S. Dak..
First National Bank, Tower, Minn
First National Bank, Fort Madison, Iowa
First National Bank, Aberdeen, Wash ..
First National Bank, Creighton, Nebr...
First National Bank, East Portland, Oreg
Total

Circulation.
Capital.

Issued.

Retired.

Outstanding

Dec. 26,1891
Dec. 29,1894
Jan. 7,1895
Jan. 8,1895
do

$50,000

$10,770

$10,290

$480

100,000
200,000
400,000
100,000 :

21,430
45,000
63,000
22,500

20,430
41,074
60,850
20,750

1,000
3,926
2,150
1,750

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.

108,100
50,000
50,000 '
75,000
100,000

45,000
10,850
11,250
15,320
22,500

44,120
10,060
10,955
12,790
21,100

790
295
2,530
1,400

50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000

10,050
10,850
11,250
11,250

j
I
!
|

9,150
10,535
10,900
10,920

900
315
350
330

39,260 i
21,650
22,100

37, 460
20, 070
21,105

1,800
1, 580
995

12,1895
18,1895
23,1895
28,1895
1,1895

Feb. 18,1895
Feb. 19,1895
Mar. 4,1895
Mar. 20,1895
Apr. 1,1895
Apr. 10,1895
Apr. 15,1895

100,000 I
100,000 i
100,000 !

i

11,250 !

10,050

1,200

June 18.1895
June 20J1895

50.000 |
150,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
125,000
50,000
50,000

44,500
11,250
11,250
19,500
28,800
11,250
11,470

!
I

42,030
10,770
10,892
18,820
27,150
10,955
11,180

2,470
480
358
C80
1, 650
295
290

July
July
July
Aug.
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

50, 000
50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
100,000

11,250 '
11,250
22,500
10,950
11,250
11, 250
10,950
22,500
11,250
11,250 !
22,500 i

10, 750
10,800
21,405
30,290
10,940
11,050
10,400
21,260
10,935
10,913
21,530

500
450
1,095
660
310
200
550
1,240
315
337
970

808,637

48,791

11,250
11,250
11,250
22,940
11,250
11,250
16,875
45,000 !
11,250 I

10,7S0
10,250
10,710
22,410
10,665
10,935
16,435
41,860
10,690

470
1,000
540
530
585
315
440
3,140

11,250 !

10, GOO

27,770 j

25, 950

do
Apr.
Apr.
May
May
May

!

29,1895
30,1895
10,1895
15,1895
29,1895

15,1895
22,1895
27,1895

1,1895
5,1895
3,1895
1,1895
8,1895

12,1895
24,1895
31.1895

| 4,143,100 |

New Mexico National Bank, Socorro, N. |
Mex
f Nov. 16,1895
50,000
Bonham National Bank, Bonham, Tex . j Nov. 20,1895
50,000
Nov. 21,1895
50,000
First National Bank, Kirwin, Kans
Farmers' National Bank, Muncie, Ind..| Nov. 26,1895
100,000
First National Bank, Pratt, Kans
I Dec. 5,1895
50,000
50,000
First National Bank, Creede, Colo
| Dec. 31,1895
75,000
First National Bank, Puyallup, Wash...! Jan. 1,1896
200,000
First National Bank, Reno, Nev
j Jan. 2,1896
50,000
Capital National Bank, Bismarck, N. Dak | Jan. 14,1896
Rockwa.ll County National Bank, Rock- j
do
wall, Tex
!
50,000
Inter State National Bank, Texarkana,
Tex
Jan. 15,1896
100,000
Farmers and Drovers' National Bank,
Somers, N. Y
100,000 j
Jan. 16,1896
New Duluth National Bank, New
Duluth, Minn
50. 000
Jan. 31,1896
National Bank, Canton, S. Dak
Feb. 1,1896
50', 000
do
State National Bank, Denver, Colo.«
300,000
American National Bank, Omaha, Nebr. Feb. 25,1896
200,000
Winnsboro National Bank, Winnsboro,
Mar. 2,1896
100,000
S.C
100,000 I
Ballinger National Bank, Ballinger,Tex. Mar. 14,1896
Merchants' National Bank, Muskegon,
Mar. 26.1896
Mich
100,000
National Bank of Dakota, Huron, S. Dak. Apr. 18^1896
50,000
Iron City National Bank, Llano, Tex... May 14,1896
( 0 000
!,
May 26,1896
50,000
First National Bank, Morris, Minn
June 9,1896
Portland National Bank, Portland, Oreg.
100,000
Southern National Bank, New York,
June 10,1896
500,000
N. Y
a Formerly insolvent.



i

!
!
!

857.428

560
650
63,230 I
|
11,250 I
10,900 |
44,000 !
45,000 |
22,500 !
22,500 i
i
22,500 |
11,250
13,500
11,250
22,500 i
|
378,900 I

58, 440
10,890
10,300
41, 750
40, 685

1,820
4,790

20,209
20,550

360
COO
2, 250
4,315
2,291
1,950

21,392
10,855
12,680
10,440
17,100

1,108
395
820
810
5,400

368,850

10,050

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No. 77.—NATIONAL BANKS THAT HAVE GONE INTO VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION UNDER THE

PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS 5220 AND 5221 OF THE REVISED STATUTES, ETC.—Cont'd.
Circulation.

Name and location of bank.
Chautauqua County National Bank,
Jamestown, N. Y
City National Bank, Jamestown, N. Y ..
Home National Bank, East Saginaw,
Mich
La Crosse National Bank, La Crosse,
Wis.
Traders' National Bank, Providence,
R. I
Watertown National Bank, Watertown,
S. Dak
First National Bank, Andes, N. Y
First National Bank, Uvalcle, Tex
Farmers' National Bank, Malvern, Iowa
Fairhaven National Bank, Fairhaven,
Wash

Date of
liquidation.

Atlas National Bank of Chicago, 111
Snohomish National Bank of Snohomish, Wash
Mercantile National Bank of Dallas,
Tex
First National Bank of Ionia, Mich
First National Bank of Sutherland, Iowa
Merchants' National Bank of Brownwood, Tex
Manufacturers' National Bank of Pittsburg, Kans
National Bank of Commerce of Duluth,
Minn
Citizens' National Bank of Fergus Falls,
Minn
Farmers'. National Bank of Arkansas
City, Kans
First National Bank of Merrill, Wis
St. Paul National Bank of St. Paul,
Nebr
Chemical National Bank of St. Louis,
Mo
State National Bank of St. Joseph, Mo ..
Anderson County National Bank of
Garnett, Kans
First National Bank of Exeter, Nebr
Wyandotte National Bank of Kansas
City, Kans
First National Bank of Westmoreland,
Kans
German-American National Bank of

St. Cloud, Minn


Issued.

8200,000
100,000

June 18,:
do..
June 22. 1896 |

200., 000

July 1, 1890 !

200,000
200,000

Retired.

$46,910
22,617

$5,290
3, 316

180,000

166,348

13,652

45,000 I
i
49,507 !

40,483

4,517

45,235

4,272

11,250
53,724
11.250
11,250

10, 340
50,459
10,400
10,400

910
3,265
850

10, 920

850

50,000
60,000
50,000
50,000

Oct. 10, 1896 i

50, 000

11, 250

| 3, 745,000

1,321,979

July 10.
July 28',
July 31,
Aug. 6,

Outstanding.

$52,200 ;
25,933 i

1896
1896
1896 I
1896 I

Total
National Bank, Corning, Iowa
National Bank, Troy, N. Y
First National Bank of Gothenburg,
Nebr
Smelte-r National Bank of Durango, Colo.
First National Bank of Goldendale,
Wash
Exchange National Bank of El Dorado,
Kans
Farmers a n d Merchants' National Bank
of Cawker City, Kans
First National Bank of Ness City, Kans.
First National Bank of Pierce, Nebr
First National Bank of Bridgeport, A l a .
Holliston National Bank of Holliston, I
Mass
Crete National Bank of Crete, Nebr
I
City National Bank of Streator, III
I
First National Bank of Cisco, Tex
I
First National Bank of Oakesdale, Wash.
First National Bank of Nocona, Tex
I
First National Bank of Philipsburg,
Mont
First National Bank of Winston, N. C . . .
Merchants' National Bank of Redflcld,
S. Dak
First National Bank of Chester, 111
First National Bank of Sturgis, B. D a k . .
Commercial National Bank of lloanoke,
Va

Capital.

1,239,538 I

330

11,250*
45,COO

10, 410
40,010

82,441
840
4,990

11,910
11,250

11,635
10,895

275
355

50,000

11,250 I
I
22,500 !

21,555

945

Dec. 22, 1896
Dec. 24, 1896
Dec. 31, 1896
Jan. 1, 1897

50.000
50,000
50,000
50,000

21,058 i
11,250
11,250
11,250

20, 556
10,745
10,430
10,340

502
505
820
910

do..
do
Jan. 13,
1897
Jan. 29,
1897
Feb. 1, 1897
Feb. 10,1897

100,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
50, 000
50,000

37,458
11.250
22,500
11,250
11,250
11,250

32,757
10,945
20,410
10, 260
10.530
10, 898

4, 701
305
2,090
990
720
352

.do
Feb. 15, 1897

50,000
100,000

I
11.250 |
45,000 |

10,420
39,630

50,000
50. 000
50,000

11,250 I
11,250 |
11,250 J

10,750 |
10,160
10,780

830
5, 370
500
1,090
470

100.000
700,000

22, 500
45,000 !

20, 460
41, 590

2,040
3,410

Nov. 10, 1896 !
Nov. 16, 1896
Dec. 10, 1896
Dec. 14, 1896
Dec. 17, 1896
do

....do..
....do..
....do..

Feb. 16.1897
Feb. 19,1897

50,000 j
200.000 i
50.000
50.000
50,000

i

I

10,855

31,250 j

10,810

440

Feb. 27,3897 I
Mar. 2, 1897 I
Mar. 15,1897 !

150, 000
100,COO
50,000

33, 750
25,356
11,250

29,950
19,566
10,330

3,800
5,790

Mar. 16,1897 j

,50,000

11,250

10,295

100,000

22,500

20.531

Feb. 25, 1897

do.
Mar: 17,1897 ;
Mar. 22, 1897 |
Mar. 24, 1897
Mar. 27, 1897
Mar. 31, 1897
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.

1, 1897
3, 1897 I
5, 1897
9, 1897

50,000

200,000
75,000

45,000 !

41,395

16,920

15,490

I
100,000 I
60,000 |

22,500
13,500

21,865
12,770

920
955
1,969
3,605

50,000 '

11,250

10,210

1,430
635
730
1,040

500,000
500,000 ,

45,850
45,000

40,050
43,383

5,800
1,617

50,000 !
50,000

11,250
11,250

9,200
10,260

2,050
990
3,800

Apr. 13,1897

100,000

22,500

18,700

Apr. 15,1897

50,000

11,250

10,615

635

Apr. 20,1897

100,000

22,500

21,400

1,100

287

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No. 7 7 . — N A T I O N A L B A N K S THAT H A V E GONE INTO VOLUNTARY L I Q U I D A T I O N UNDER T H E
PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS 5220 AND 5221 OF T H E R E V I S E D STATUTES, E T C . — C o n t ' d .

Circulation.
Name and location of bank.

Three Rivers National Bank of Three
Rivers, Mich
Exeter National Bank of Exeter, Nebr ..
First National Bank of Hillsboro, Oreg .
First National Bank of Romeo, Mich . . .
Chanute National Bank of Chanute,
Kans
National Bank of the Republic, St.
Louis, Mo
Third National Bank, New York, N. Y..
Fourth National Bank, Columbus, Ohio.
National Bank of Ileppner, Oreg
Metropolitan National Bank, Kansas
City, Mo
South Milwaukee National Bank, South
Milwaukee, Wis
First National Bank, Alamosa, Colo
First National Bank, St. Louis, Mich
Farmers' National Bank, Culpeper, Va .
Mercantile National Bank, Hartford,
Conn
Wellsboro National Bank, Welisboro, Pa.
National Bank of the Republic, Washington, D. C
Nebraska National Bank, York, Nebr...
First National Bank, Mason, Tex
Midland National Bank, Kansas City, Mo.
First National Bank, Oberlin, Kans
First National Bank, Dighton, Kans
First National Bank, Liberty, Nebr
Prairie State National Bank, Chicago, 111.
First National Bank, Greensburg, Ind...
First National Bank, New Albany, Ind..
First National Bank, Grand Junction.
Colo
,

Date of
liquidation.

Apr. 27, 1897
Apr. 30, 1897
May 1, 1897
do

Issued.

864,000
50,000
50,000
100,000

Retired.

Outstanding.

$14,400
11, 250
11,250
25,278

$10,830
10,715
10, 410
20.431

$3,570
535
810
4,847

GO,000

13, 500

12,760

710

May 38, 1897
May 20, 1897
Juiie 16, 1897
June 19, 1897

300,000
1,000, 000
100,000
50,000

45, 000
374,165
76,500
11,250

39, 150
352, 934
400
10, 84'J

5, 850
21, 231
8 100
910

May G, 1897

June 30, 1897

500: 000

45,000

41,240 j

3,760

July 1,1897
do
July 6, 1897
July 12, 1897

50,000
50, 000
50, 000
50,000

36,000
11,250
11,250
11,250

32,530 '
10,470
10,620
9, 780

3,470
780
630
1,470

July 20, 1897
Aug. 6, 1897

500,000
50,000

50,750
11,250

43,412
10,805

7,338
445

Aug. 11, 1897
Aug. 21,1897
Aug. 23,1897
Aug. 27,1897
Sept, 10,1897
Oct. 1,1897
do
Oct. 15.1897
Oct. 26,1897
do

200, 000
50,000
50,000
500,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
200,000
100, 000
200,000

165,223
11, 250
11,250
45,000
11,250
11,250
11,250
45,000
29, 905
53,467

144,160
10, 663
9,890
40,710
9,930
10,650
10,190
44,150
24,250
41,162

21,063
587
1,360
4,290
1,320
600
1,060
850
5,655
12,305

50, 000

11, 250

Oct. 30,1897

Total .
National Live Stock Bank, Fort Worth,
Tex
Nov. 1,1897
do
First National Bank, Tobias, Nebr
do
First National Bank, Clark, S. Dak
Government National Bank, Pottsville,
Nov. 8,1897
Pa
Nov. 30,1897
First National Bank, Athens, Pa
Dec. 1,1897
First National Bank, Ovid, Mich
do
First National Bank, Appleton, Minn...
First National Bank, Oklahoma City,
Dec. 6,1897
Okla
Home National Bank, Chicago, 111
Dec. 7,1897
Fort Smith National Bank, Fort Smith,
Dec. 9,1897
Ark
Dec. 11,1897
National Bank, Asheville, N. C
Merchants' National Bank, Rome, Ga... Dec, 15,1897
Hide and Leather National Bank, ChiDec. 22,1897
cago, 111
United States National Bank, New York,
Dec. 23,1897
N. Y
d
Citizens' National Bank, Itasca, Tex
First National Bank, Russellville, Ark.. Dec. 30,1897
Ohio National Bank, Washington, D. C. Dec. 31,1897
National Bank, Winthrop, Me
do
First National Bank, Bath, N. Y
Jan. 10,1898
National Bank of the Republic, Philadelphia, Pa
Jan. 11,1898
National Bank, Odessa, Mo
do
First National Bank, Pomeroy, Wash . . .
do
Central National Bank, Puebio, Colo
Jan. 15,1898
Alexandria National Bank, Alexandria,
Ind
Jan. 22,1898
First National Bank, Osage City, Kans.. Feb. 1,1898
Citizens' NationalBank, Concordia, Kans
do
do
First National Bank, Aspen, Colo
National Bank of America, Chicago, 111. Feb. 11,1898
American Exchange National Bank,
Chicago, 111
.....do
National City Bank, Boston, Mass
Feb. 15,1898
First National Bank, Waterville, Wash . Feb. 24,1898
First National Bank, Lacrosse, Kans
Feb. 28,1898
Mar. 7,1898
First National
 Bank, Montague, Tex



Capital.

9,009,000 | 1,989,990

10,650

600

1,805,073

184,917

100,000
50,000
60, 000

33,750
11,250
13,500

30,740
10,160
11,810

3,010
1,090
1,690

100,000
50,000
59,000
50,000

49,379
25,021
11,250
11,250

40,287
21,687
10,570
10,080

9,092
3,334
680
1,170

50,000
250,000

11,250
1,066

10,650
212

600
854

100,000
100.000
100,000

22,500
25,900
45,000

19,150
22,150
42,720

3,350
3,750
2,280

300,000

45,000

39,775

5,225

500,000
60,000
50,000
200,000
50,000
50,000

128,950
13,500
11,250
61,870
14,405
18,477

100,075
12,170
10,000
56,700
10,883
14,087

28,875
1,330
1,250
5,170
3,522
4,390

500,000
100,000
50,000
50,000

233,112
22,500
11,250
11,250

202,657
19,950
10,020
9,110

30,455
2,550
1,230
2,140

50,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
1,000,000

22,500
11,250
11,250
22,500
199, 420

19,880
10,525
10,105
20,998
166,300

2,620
725
1,145
1, 502
33,120

1,000,000
1,000,000
50,000
50,000
50,000

45,000
57,415
11,250
11, 250
11,250

38, 600
43,930
10,725
10, 580
9,980

6,400
13,485
525
670
1,270

288

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

No. 77.—NATIONAL BANKS THAT HAVE GONE INTO VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION UNDER THE
PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS 5220 AND 5221 OF THE REVISED STATUTES, ETC.—Cont'd.
Circulation.

Name and location of bank.

First National Bank-, Abilene, Tex
First National Bank, Bathgate, N. Dak..
National Bank of Commerce, Now Bedford, Mass
Hill County National Bank, Hillsboro,
Tex
First National Bank Kiliingly, Danielsonville, Conn
Seventh National Bank, Philadelphia,
Pa
Standard National Bank, New York,N. Y
Abilene National Bank, Abilene,Tex...
Commercial National Bank, Portland,
Oreg
Everett National Ba^ak, Boston, Mass . . .
Commercial National Bank of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa
Stock Growers' National Bank, Pueblo,
Colo
.
First National Bank, Ashland, Wis
Weldon National Bank, Ladonia, Tex . .
First National Bank, Waitsburg, Wash..
First National Bank, Brownwood, Tex..
Farmers and Merchants' National Bank,
Waco, Tex
First National Bank, Holstein, Iowa
Citizens' National Bank, Kansas City,
Mo
~...
First National Bank, St. Paul, Nebr
First Mational Bank, Hannibal, Mo
Central National Bank, Milwaukee,
Wis
Middleport National Bank, Middleport,
Ohio
First National Bank, Mason City, 111
Mankato National Bank, Mankato, Minn
Citizens' National Bank, Sandusky, Ohio
First National Bank, Ashburnham, Mass.

Date of
liquidation.

Mar. 25,1898
Mar. 26,1898



;

Issued.

Retired.

Outitanding.

$100,000
50,000

$22,500
11,250

819,900
10,040

$2,600
1,210
21,124

Apr.

1,1898

1,000,000

67,368

46,244

Apr.

5,1898

50, 000

11,250

10,515

705

Apr. 11,1898

110,000

40,918

34,683

6,235

Apr. 13,1898
Apr. 26,1898
May 3,1898

200,000
200,000
100,000

51,445
45,000
22,500

41,690
43,805
20,210

9,755
1,195
2,290

May 13,1898
May 19,1898

500,000
400,000

45,000
97,000

44,115
84,940

885
12,060

May 31,1898

810,000

62,405

43,653

18,752

June
June
June
June
July

1,1898
8,1898
15,1898
25,1898
1,1898

100,000
100,000
60,000
50,000
100,000

23,400
28,125
13,500
11,250
22, 500

20, 250
26,450
12,050
10, 945
19,480

3,150
1,675
1,450
305
3,020

do
.....do
July 28,1898
Aug. 1,1898
Aug. 13,1898

100,000
50,000

22,500
11,250

20,315
8,180

2,185
3,070

200,000
50, 000
100,000

45,000
11,250
22,500

39,120
10,430
19,990

5,880
820
2,510

Aug. 17,1898

300,000

45,000

38,600

6,400

Sept. 5,1898
Sept. 15,1898
Sept. 26,1898
Oct. 1,1898
Oct. 4,1898

50,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
50,000

11,250
46, 755
22,500
22,000
48,050

9,380
40,530
21,038
18,640
44,677

1,870
6,225
1,462
3,360
3,373

Total
Pontiac National Bank, Pontiac, Mich..
First National Bank, Jacksonville, 111...
Farmers and Merchants' National Bank,
Hickman, Ky
Globe National Bank, Chicago, 111
Boston National Bank, Boston, Mass
Columbian National Bank, Boston, Mass
Lincoln National Bank, Boston, Mass...
National Eagle National Bank, Boston,
Mass
Market National Bank, Boston, Mass . . .
Howard National Bank, Boston, Mass...
North National Bank, Boston, Mass
National Revere Bank, Boston, Mass
Tremont National Bank, Boston, Mass..
Second National Bank, Springfield, Ohio
City National Bank, Greenville, Tex
National Bank of North America, Boston, Mass
First National Bank, Pineville, Ky
First National Bank, Beaver City, Nebr.
Tyler National Bank, Tyler, Tex
First National Bank, Cleburne, Tex
Rogersviile National Bank, Rogersville,
Tenn
Sixth National Bank, New York, N. Y . .
Continental National Bank, Boston, Mass
Manufacturers' National Bank, Boston,
Mass
Hamilton National Bank, Boston, Mass.
Tradesmen's National Bank, New York,
N. Y.«
First National Bank, Quincy, 111
St. Louis National Bank, St. Louis, Mo..
Eastland National Bank, Eastland,Tex.
Merchants' National Bank, Grand Forks,
N.Dak
First National Bank, Sa.ginaw, Mich
Citizens' National Bank, New Bedford,

Mass

Capital.

1,817,166

302,065

100,000 I
100,000 !
j
50,000
1,000,000
1,000,000
1,000,000
500,000

22,500
84,105

19,340
69,016

3,160
15,089

11,250
45,000
63,048
277,458
169,890

10, 478
38,390
37,379
229,765
156,985

Dee. 19,1898
Dec. 20,1898
.....do
Dec. 21,1898

1,000,000
800,000
1,000,000
1,000,000
1,000,000
1,000,000
200,000
50,000

56,747
57,907
60,118
111,082
80,315
57,705
84,472
11,250

42,842
43,832
42,271
82,150
52,601
41,739
68,694
9,770

13, 905
14,075
17,847
28, 932
27,714
15, 966
15,778
1,480

Dec. 22,1898
Dec. 30,1898
Dec. 31,1898
.do
Jan. 5,1899

1,000,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
100,000

165,223
10, 750
11,250
22, 500
22, 500

133, 679
8,900
10,560
19,450
20,962

31,544
1,850
690
3,050
1,538

.do
Jan. 6,1899
Jan. 9,1899

75,000
200,000
1,000,000

16, 870
171,212
61,590

14,170
145,724
44,165

2,700
25,488
17, 425

.do .
Jan. 10,1899

500,000
750,000

271, 607
50,298

252,191
39,035

19, 416
11,263

Jan. 13,1899
Jan. 16,1899
Jan. 17,1899
Feb. 1,1899

750,000
150,000
1,000,000
50,000

198,690
44,500
189, 200
11,250

168,855
38,384
170,035
10,750

29,835
6,116
19,165
500

Feb. 6,1899
do

50,000
100,000

11,250
48,196

10,498
40,115

752
8,081

Feb. 21,1899

250,000

107,148

95,020

12,128

11,450,000 i 2,119,231

Nov. 19,1898
Nov. 30,1898
Dec. 5,1898
Dec. 6,1898
Dec. 8,1898
Dec. 9,1898
Dec. 12,1898
Dec. 13,1898
Dec. 17,1898
do
.do

Formerly insolvent.

772
6, 610 *
25,669
47,693
12,905

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289

No. 77.—NATIONAL BANKS THAT HAVE GONE INTO VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION UNDER THE

PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS 5220 AND 5221 OF THE REVISED STATUTES, ETC.—Cont'd.

Name and location of bank.

Date of
liquidation.

First National Bank, Wenona, 111
Mar. 1,1899
First National Bank, Sanborn, Iowa
do
First National Bank, Salem, Oreg
do
Simpson National Bank, Eagle Pass, Tex Mar. 4,1899
Citizens' National Bank, Dayton, Wash. Mar. 11,1899
First National Bank, Pana, 111
Mar. 1G,1899
Geneva National Bank, Geneva, Nebr .. Mar. 25,1899
American National Bank, Denver, Colo. Apr. 1,1899
American National Bank, Lima, Ohio .. Apr. 8,1899
People's National Bank, Americus, Ga.. Apr. 15,1899
Thompson National Bank, Putnam, Conn Apr. 2-1,1899
Continental National Bank, Memphis,
Tenn
] Apr. 25,1899
First National Bank, Elmcreek, Nebr...! May 15,1899
National Farmers and Planters' Bank, j
Baltimore, Md
I May 10,1899
First National Bank, Kendrick, Idaho..! May 20,1899
National Exchange Bank, Salem, Mass.. I June 1,1899
American Exchange National Bank,
Lincoln, Nebr
! June 17,1899
First National Bank, Russell, Kans.« ... I June 19,1899
Smith County National Bank, Smith
Center, Kans
| June 30,1899
Union National Bank, Sioux Falls, S.
July 1,1899
Dak
Jamestown National Bank, Jamestown,
July 3,1899
N. Y
Globe National Bank, Providence, Pv. I . . July 12,1899
Central National Bank, Springfield, Mo. July 28,1899
Franklin National Bank, New York, N. Y Aug. 1,1899
Elkhart National Bank, Elkhart, lnd... Sept. 5,1899
Wise County National Bank, Decatur,Tex Sept. 7,1899
Sept. 30,1899
First National Bank, Buchanan, Va
Niles National Bank, Delta, Pa
I Oct. 2,1899
Louisville City National Bank, LouisOct. 18,1899
ville, Ky
First National Bank, Auburn, lnd
< Oct. 23,1899
do
First National Bank, Broken Bow, Nebr.

Circulation.
Capital.
$50,000
50,000
100, 000
70, 000
50,000
50,000
50, 000
500.000

ioo; ooo
50,000
75,000
600,000
50,000


CUR 1904,
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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

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j
i

Out-

standing.

$11,250
11,250
22, 495
28,530
11,250
11, 250
11,250
83,210
22,500
11,250
24,233

$9, 350
9,670
19,180
25, 340
9,670
10,780 j
9,110 !
65,875 |
21,150 I
9,280 I
20,289 |

$1, 900
1,580
3,315
3,190
1,580
470
2,140
17,335
1, 350
1,970
3,914

44,400
10, 750

37,160 !
9,010 :

7,240
1,740

800,000 !
50,000 !
200,000 i
!
200,000 i
80,000 |

223,212
11,250 I
51,240 j

50,000 t

45,000 !
18,000 |

181,922
9,350
43,583

41,290
1,900
7,657

38,210
15,400 ;

6,790
2,600
1,545

25,200

23,655

100,000 !

22,500 I

20,950 i

1,550

100,000 I
300,000 I
100,000 I
200,000
50,000
60,000
50,000
50,000

22,500 !
130,580
89, 500
45,000
11, 250
13,000
11,250
11,250

20,440 I
113,982
74,840
41, 350
10,080
11,160
9, 210
9,760

2,060
16,598
14, 660
3,650
1,170
1,840
2,040
1,490

62,387 !
12,905 |
16,875 !

37,425
9, 400
15,360

24, 962
3,505
1,515

1,733,398 j 3,109,686

623,712

200, 000
50,000
75,000

20, 485, 000
Total
First National Bank, Chehalis, Wash... Nov. 6,1*9.)
230,000
Traders' National Bank, Baltimore, Md Nov. 15,1899
Purcell National Bank, Purcell, lnd. T Dec. 30,1899
50,000
I
Manufacturers' National Bank, Provi500,000
dence, R.I
....do
do
50,000
First National Bank, Nacogdoches, Tex
Jan. 1, 1900
50,000
First National Bank, Dunkirk, lnd
50,000
First National Bank, Harvard, Nebr ... Jan. 10, 1900
500,000
City National Bank, Providence, R. I.. Jan. 17, 1900
50, 000
First National Bank, Island City, Oreg. Jan. 20, 1900
Jan. 25, 1900
50,000
First National Bank, Colton, Wash
i
da..
300,000
Third National Bank, Providence, II. I
!
Roger Williams National Bank, ProviI
Jan. 30,
499,950
dence, R. I
200,000
Pacific National Bank, Pawtucket, R. I .! Mar, 8, 1900
1900
First National Bank, Pawtucket, R. I.. .|.....7io..
300,000
Newnan National Bank, Newnan, Ga.. .1 Mar. 10, 1900
50, 000
.!
First National Bank, Longmont, Colo... Mar. 15, 1900
50,000
Mar. 16, 1900
First National Bank, Homer, N. Y
100, 000
Slater National Bank, Pawtucket, R. I.. Mar. 31, 1900
300, 000
Greenwich National Bank, East Greenwich, R. I
Apr. 30,1900
60,000
100, 000
Citizens' National Bank, Lyons, Iowa... J u n e 11,1900
50, 000
First National Bank, Provo City, Utah.. J u n e 30,1900
First National Bank, Blooming Grove,
Tex
do
50, 000
Woonsocket National Bank, Woon200, 000
socket, R. I
J u l y 19,1900
First National Bank, Independence,
Aug. 4,1900
50,000
Oreg
100,000
Aug. 30,1900
Phenix National Bank, Phenix, R. I
30, 000
First National Bank, Goldfield, Iowa ... Sept. 20,1900
25,000
Oct. 11,1900
First National Bank, Littleton, Pa
National B*ank of Rhode Island, NewMay 3* 1900
100,000
port, R. I. a

Total .

Retired.

Issued.

4,144, 950

a Formerly insolvent.

I

11,250 !
45,000 i
11,250 !

9, 880
38,241
9,380

1,370
6,759
1,870

68,093 J
11,250 !
11,250 '
11,250
230,340
11, 250
11,250
55,864

54,163
9,440
10,118
10,315
200,240 I
9,280 I
9,940 I
42,533 !

13,930
1,810
1,132
935
30,100
1,970
1,310
13,331

54, 590
95, 015
97,478
45, 000
11,475
45, 000
196,840

47, 600
84,740
85,982
37,090
9,125
33,180
166,253

6,990
10,275
11,496
7,910
2, 350
11,820
30,587

17,100
25, 000
12, 500

15,125
20,630
9,820

1,975
4,370
2,680

I

12,500

10,050

2,450

200,000

171, 908

28,092

12,500
26,470
7, 500

11,060
21,345
7,500

1,440
5,125

83,700

75, 302

8,398

1,420,715

1, 210,240

210,475

290

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

No. 77.—NATIONAL BANKS THAT HAVE GONE INTO VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION UNDER THE
PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS 5220 AND 5221 OF THE REVISED STATUTES, ETC.—Cont'd.
Circulation.
Name and location of bank.

First National Bank, Bristol, R . I
National Eagle Bank, Bristol, K.I
American National Bank, Orange, Va . .
Everett National Bank, Everett, Wash..
Nicollet National Bank, Minneapolis,
Minn
First National Bank, Moulton, Tex
Flour City National Bank, Minneapolis,
Minn
First National Bank, Goldthwaite, Tex.
First** National Bank, South Nor walk,
Conn
Berney National Bank, Birmingham, Ala
First National Bank, Guernsey, Wyo
Independence National Bank, Philadelphia, Pa
Centreville National Bank, Thurman,
Ohio
Continental National Bank, New York,
N. Y
National Bank of Wilmington, N. C
First National Bank, Orangeburg, S. C .
Pascoag National Bank, Pascoag, R. I . .
Farmers and Mechanics' National Bank,
Washington, Pa
First National Bank, Vassar, Mich
First National Bank, Pawnee City, Nebr.
City National Bfank, Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
National Phenix Bank, Westerly, R. I . .
Citizens' National Bank, Fairhaven,
Wash
.§
People's National Bank, Martinsburg,
W. Va
Poughkeepsie National Bank, Poughkeepsie, N. Y
National Bank of the Republic, New
York, N. Y

Date of
liquidation.

First National Bank, Woonsocket, R. I..
Continental National Bank, Baltimore,
Md
Third National Bank, Piqua, Ohio
Salamanca National Bank, Salamanca,
N. Y
Albert Lea National Bank, Albert Lea,
Minn
Washington National Bank, Boston,
Mass
"Wickford National Bank, Wickford, R. I.
Central National Bank, Columbia, S. C..




Issued.

Outstanding.

Retired.

Dec. 17, 1900
do..
Jan. 8, 1901"|
Jan. 12, 1901

$75,000
50,000
25,000
70,000 !

$27,264
20,417
25,000
25,000

$21,406
16, 580
21,625
21, 252

$5, 858
3,837
3,375
3,748

Jan. 14, 1901 j
Jan. 30, 1901

250,000 I
25,000 I

50,000
6,250

41, 928
4,660

8,072
1,590

Feb. 26,
do..

500,000 !

50,000
12, 500

33,900
9,560

50,000

Feb. 28, 1901
Mar. 11, 1901
May 1, 1901

100, 000
200.000
25,000

May

3, 1901

5C0, 000

May 10, 1901

50,000

28.199
51,000
25,000 I
!
09.200 |
50,000 i

May 25, 1901 1,000,000
May 2' . 1901
100,000
June 1, 1901 |
60,000
June 6, 1901 I 100,000
July 1, 1901 i
Aug. 1, 1901 !
.do

329,280
50,000
30,000
100,000
!
i
I
j
I

16,100
2,940
;

20,521
38,690 i
20,300!
53,680
33,550

7,678
12,310
4,700
15,520

272,038
38,155
25,290
78,550

16,450
57,242
11,845
4, 710
21,450

SO, 440
14, 950
14,435
31,819
38, 608

|
!
j
i

19, 560
4,050
4,315
14,478
15,618

Aug. 9, 1901
Aug. 15, 1901

100,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
150,000

Aug. 26, 1901

50,000

12,500 j

9,820

2,680

Sept. 2, 1901

75, 000

75,000 |

62,480

12, 520

100,000

19,000
38,750
46, 297
54,226

Sept. 14, 1901

150, 000

66,130

54, 038

Sept. 3, 1901

1,500,000

1,500,000

1,162,006

337,994

2,220,281

620,732

Total .

First National Bank, Idaho Falls, Idaho.
National Commercial Bank, New York,
N. Y
Davenport National Bank, Davenport,
Iowa
National Bank of Commerce, Omaha,
Nebr
Shoe and Leather National Bank, Boston, Mass
First National Bank, Harrison, Ark
|
Citizens' National Bank, Jacksboro, Tex.
Third National Bank, Boston, Mass
National Bank of the Commonwealth,
Boston, Mass
Peoples' National Bank, Dover, N. J
Ninth National Bank, New York, N. Y..
Railroad National Bank, Lowell, Mass..
Merchants' National Bank, Lowell, Mass
First National Bank, Lowell, Mass
Augusta National Bank, Augusta, Me ..
Merchants'National Bank, Albany, N. Y.
National Hide and Leather Bank, Boston, Mass
First National Bank, Howe, Tex
Albany City National Bank, Albany,

Capital.

5,405,000

Nov. 8,1901

25,000

2, 841,013

6,250

12,092

6, 250

Nov. 15,1901

300,000

300,000

248,460

51, 5<i0

Dec.

4,1901 I

100,000

100,000

70,613

29,387

Dec. 10,1901 (

200,000

I
!
|
I
j
i

105,100

44, 900

1,000,000
25,000
30,000
1,000,000

150,000
452,300
6,250
10,000
200,438

359, 888
4,340
7, 600
126,296

92,412
1,910
2,400
74,142

1,000,000
50,000
750,000
400, 000
400,000
250, 000
100,000
200,000

63,385
12,500
66,860
116,0C3
108,086
55,485
100,000
104,960

I
|
i
I
|
|
j
!

37,153
10, 408
40,059
21,606
83,180
38, 802
72, 310
80,385

26,232
2,092
26,801
94,397
24,906
16,683
27,690
24,575

1,000,000
25,000

235,437
4,450

79,882
1,800

300,000
200,000

315,319
6,250
94,135
52,137

69,915
35, 657

24,220
16, 480

200,000
100,000

50,000
30,000

36,750
20,795

.do.
Dec. 19,1901
....do
Dec. 24,1901
.do
Dec.

31,1901

do

Jan.

4,1902
do
do

Jan.
Jan.

14,1902
20,1902

Jan. 27,1902
Feb. 1,1902
Feb.
Feb.

5,1902
6,1902

50,000

15,000

11,615

13,250
9, 205
3,385

Feb. 19,1902

50,000

50,000

31,700

18,300

Feb. 20,1902
do
Feb. 25,1902

750,000
100,000
100,000

62,851
27, 890
100,000

39,789
19,192
71,383

23,062
8,698
28,617

Feb.

15,1902

do
do

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OP THE CURRENCY.

No. 77.—NATIONAL BANKS THAT HAVE GONE INTO VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION UNDER THE

PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS 5220 AND 5221 OF THE REVISED STATUTES, ETC.—Oont'd.

Name and location of bank.

First National Bank, Elizabeth, N. J . . . .
Century National Bank, Cleveland, Ohio.
Old National Bank, Youngstown, Ohio«.
Merchants' National Bank, Chicago, 111.
Cambria National Bank, Johnstown, Pa.
Metropolitan National Bank, Cleveland, Ohio
Union National Bank, New Orleans, La.
First National Bank, Vandergrift, P a . . .
Troy City National Bank, Troy, N. Y
Metropolitan National Bank, Chicago,
Second National Bank, Newark, N. J . . .
Preston National Bank, Detroit, Mich ..!
Newark City National Bank, Newark,
N. J
East Orange National Bank, East Orange, N. J
Bellevue National Bank, Bellevue, Pa
Beaver National Bank, Beaver, Pa
Old National Bank, Whitehall, N. Y
Third National Bank, Allegheny, Pa . . .
Third National Bank, Chattanooga,
Tenn
Perrin National Bank, Lafayette, Ind
Citizens' National Bank, JPittsburg, P a . .
Hibernia National Bank, New Orleans,
La
Continental National Bank, St. Louis,
Mo
Mechanics' National Bank, Pittsburg,
Pa
Mercer County National Bank, Mercer, j
Pa
!
Sharon National Bank, Sharon, Pa
i
Steubenville National Bank, Steubenville, Ohio
Northwestern National Bank of Superior, West Superior, Wis
Second National Bank, Sandusky, Ohio.
State National Bank, South McAlester,
Ind. T
Total

100,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
200,000

Aug. 11.
Aug. 20;
Sept. 11,1902

125.000

125,000 |

75,160 !

49, 840

Oct. 7, 1902 J
Oct. 15, 1902 |

100,000 '
100,000

100,000 I
52,345

64,535 !
30,880 j

35, 465
21,465

Oct.

20,1902

13, 545
15,486

50,000 :

! 19,555,000

Ainsworth National Bank, Portland, j
100, 000
Oreg
! Nov. 3,1902
30.000 ;
First National Bank, Pawpaw, 111
| Nov. 10,1902
50,000 l
State National Bank, Quanah, Tex
| Nov. 20,1902
25,000 i
First National Bank, Grand Saline, Tex. Dec. 15,1902
50,000 !
Rochester National Bank,Rochester, Pa. Jan. 6,1903
30,000 !
First National Bank. Paulding, Ohio . . . Jan. 12,1903
do
50,000 ;
Home National Bank, Royersford, P a . . .
American Exchange National Bank,
Jan. 14,1903
500,ooo ;
Cleveland, Ohio
Citizens' National Bank, McKccsport,
Jan. 15, 1903 :
100,000 ;
Pa
Western National Bank, New York, N. Y. i Jan. 31, 1903 ;
Mechanics' National Bank, Philadel- I
2,100,000
!
phia, Pa
Feb. 16, 1903 :
Cleveland County National Bank, Nor- I
500,000
man, Okla
! Feb. 28, 1903 :
Cambridge National Bank, East Cam25,000
bridge, Mass
Mar. 12, 1903 |
100,000 !
Central National Bank, Worcester, Mass.I Mar. 30, 1903 |
300,000 I
City National Bank, Worcester, Mass . . J
do..
200,000 j
City National Bank, Mobile, Ala
Mar. 31, 1903~
200,000 !
Citizens' National Bank, Mexia. Tex
Apr. 6, 1903 !
50,000 !
Seventh National Bank, New York, N. Y. Apr. 9, 1903 ; 2,500,000 ;
Naiional Broadway Bank, New York,
I 3,000,000 I
N. Y
"
Apr. 21,
West End National Bank, Washington,
Apr. 23, 1903 I
D. C
200,000
Pittsburgh National Bank oi" Commerce,
Pittsburgh, Pa
May 2, 1903 |
500,000
First National Bank of J e f f e r s o n ,
I
Charlestown, W. Va
May 7, 1903 I
50,000 !
1003
a No circulation ! issued.




12,500

5,060

7,440

8,092,346

5,557,706 j 2,534,640

25,COO
7,500
12,500
10, 000
12, 500
10,000
25,000

14,925
4,290
8,000
5,740
8,400
5,900
16,813

!
i
I
!
i
!
i

10,075
3,210
4, 500
4, 260
4,100
4,100
8,187

225,000 !

136,168 j
i
16,030 !
339,485 I

88,832

24,650 j
544,050 I

8, 620
204,565

479,110 j

315,488 \

163, 622

10,000 |

5,430 j

4, 570

25,948
54,550
54,610
139,745
12,000
550,581

I
|
i
I

I
!
i
j
|
'

10, 623
25, 495
24,485
70, 455
5,250
241,372

526,177 |

375,452 [

150, 725

50,000 j

31,055 ',

18, 945

310,926

162,515 :

14S,411

33,800

20,570 .

18,230

!

15,325
29,055
30,125
69,290
6,750
309,209

i

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

No. 77.—NATIONAL BANKS THAT HAVE GONE INTO VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION UNDEE THE
PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS 5220 AND 5221 OF THE REVISED STATUTES, ETC.—Cont'd.
Circulation.

Name and location of bank.
Capital City National Bank, Atlanta,
Ga
Merchants and Planters' National Bank,
Montgomery, Ala
Lampasas National Bank, Lampasas,
Tex
Commercial National Bank, Providence, R. I
First National Bank, Wellsville. Ohio...
First National Bank, Westfield, N. J ....
Park National Bank, Cleveland, Ohio...
Merchants' National Bank, Gardiner, Me.
Citizens' National Bank, Yonkers, N.Y..
Massachusetts National Bank, Boston,
Mass
First National Bank, Garrett, 111
Boston National Bank, Seattle, Wash...
Coal and Iron National Bank, Cleveland, Ohio
First National Exchange Bank,
Plymouth, Mich
Citizens' National Bank, Shreveport, La.
Lime Rock NationalBank,Rockland, Me.
Meridian National Bank, Meridian, Miss.
Western National Bank of the United
States, New York, N. Y
The First National Bank, Worcester,
Mass
Ell wood City National Bank, Ell wood
City, Pa.. .*

Motion.

Issued.

Retired.

Outstanding.

Mfty 16,1903 |

§250,000

$49,100

$28,000

$21,100

May 10,1903 \

250,000

51,815

23,800

28,015

25,000

12, 500

6,150

6,350

June 6, 1903
J u n e 18,1903
June 30,1903
July 1,1903
do
Aug. 1,1903

500, 000
50,000
50,000
650,000
50,000
100,000

62,188
40, 516
17,500
492,900
12,500
52, 692

28,570
19,910
11,150
229,650
6,000
30,250

33,618
20,606
6,350
263,250
6,500
22,442

Aug. 5,1903
Aug. 6.1903
Aug. 8,1903

800,000
25,000
180,000

59,443
15,000
48,900

27,073
6,150
21,000

32,370
8,850
27, 900

Aug. 15,1903 ; 1,000,000

348,750

155,080

193,670

12,500
25,000
72,113
97,200

5,300
11,400
32,033
41,700

7,200
13,600
40,080
55,500

5,1903 ; 12,500,000 1,460,000

.do.

Aug. 20,1903
Aug. 31,1903
Sept. 1,1903
Sept. 15,1903
Oct.

50,000
100,000
105, 000
100,000

914,440

545,560

Oct. 22,3903

300,000

49,. 250

25,050

24,200

Oct. 24,1903

75, 000

19,000

10,000

9,000

25,820, 000

6,147,514

City National Bank, Norfolk, Va
Sept. 28,1903
Sour Lake National Bank, Sour Lake,
Tex
'.. Oct. 8,1903

200,000

200,000

92, 305

50, 000

12, 500

4,650

7,850

Oct. 10,1903
Oct. 30,1903
do

50,000
1,500,000
200,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
600,000
150, 000

12,500
196,000
49,400
6,300
12,500
6,300
49,250
100,000

4,700
116,500
21,600
2,800
3,650
2,250
23,300
47,423

7,800
79,500
27,800
3,500
8,850
4,050
25,950
52,577

98,500

42,590

24, 200
300,000
12,000
50,000
12,500
59,912

7,700

Total .

National Bank of Chanute, Chanute,
Kans
National Suffolk Bank, Boston, Mass
Republic National Bank, Pittsburg, Pa .
Rockwell National Bank, Rockwall,Tex.
First National Bank, Gainesboro, Tenn.
First National Bank, Harrison, Okla
National Hamilton Bank, Boston, Mass.
Citizens' NationaljBank, Worcester. Mass.
Manufacturers' National Bank, Baltimore, Md
Red River National Bank, Gainesville,
Tex
German-American National Bank, Peoria, 111
National Bank of Christiana, Pa
Washington National Bank, Westerly,
R.I
*...
Davis National Bank, Seymour, Tex
Iron City National Bank, Pittsburg, Pa .
Merchants and Manufacturers' National
Bank, Pittsburg, Pa
Leicester National Bank, Leicester, Mass.
First National Bank, Oxford, Ohio
First National Bank, Dallas, Oreg
Bankers' National Bank, Cleveland,Ohio
Tulsa National Bank, Tulsa, Ind. T.a...
Farmers and Merchants' National Bank,
Crockett, Tex
Velasco National Bank, Velasco, Tex ...
Marblehead National Bank, Marblehead, Mass
Citizens' National Bank, Akron, Ohio...
Central National Bank, New York, N. Y.
Colonial National Bank, Pittsburg, Pa..
Tradesmen's National Bank, Pittsburg,
Pa
Colonial National Bank, Cleveland,
Ohio
Atlas National Bank, Boston, Mass
Pawcatuck National Bank, Pawcatuck,
Conn




Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Dec.

2,1903
10,1903
14,1903
30,1903
12,1903

3, 558,721 2,588, 793
107,695

55,910

Dec. 21,1903 j

500,000

Dec. 30,1903 j

100,000

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.

2,1904
12,1904
23,1904
30,1904
1,1904

300,000
50,000

....do
.....do
Feb. 10,1904
Feb. 11,1904
Feb. 13,1904
Feb. 26,1904

800,000
100,000
50, 000
25, 000
500,000
25, 000

800,000
24, 250
49,050
6,250
500,000

92,343
3,800
11,890
4,750
17,300
324,642
4,535
14,250
6,250
180,950

Mar. 1,1904
Mar. 3,1904

50,000
50,000

11,900
11,900

3,450
3,150

8,450
8,750

120,000
150, 000
1,000,000

49,300
98, 795
929,300
50,000

15,933
21,000
334,545
14,850

33, 367
77,795
594,755
35,150

200, 000

55, 902

144,098

197, 750
64,765

49,750
19,100

148,000
45,665

100,000 I

34,102

65,898

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

4,1904
5,1904
12,1904
23,1904

150,000
50, 000
400,000

1,000, 000

Mar. 29,1904

400,000
Apr. 2,1904
1,000,000
Apr. 4,1904 j 1,500,000
Apr.

8,1904 |

a No circulation.

100,000

16,500
207,657
8,200
38,110
7,750
42,612
475,358
19,715
34,800
319,050

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No. 77.—NATIONAL BANKS THAT HAVE GONE INTO VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION UNDER THE
PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS 5220 AND 5221 OF THE KEVISED STATUTES, ETC.—Cont'd.

\ : ame and location of bank.

Circulation.

! Date of
i liquidation.

Leather Manufacturers' National Bank,
New York, N. Y
Wayne National Bank, Wayne, Nebr
Second National Bank, Youngstown,
Ohio
Colonial National Bank, Boston, Mass ..
National Bank of Redemption, Boston,
Mass
National Exchange Bank, Weatherford,
Tex
National Bank of North America, Providence, R. I
Waterloo National Bank, Waterloo, Iowa.
First National Bank. Providence, R. I . .
American National Bank, Long Beach,
Cal
State National Bank, Cleveland, Ohio ..
Citizens' National Bank, Raton, N.Mex.
Citizens' National Bank, Miamisburg,
Ohio
.'. .
Old National Bank, Washington, Pa." ..
First National Bank, Sioux Rapids, Iowa.
Weybosset National Bank, Providence,
R.I
First National Bank, Cambridge, Mass..
Idaho National Bank, Lewiston, Idaho..
First National Bank, Warren, R.I
National Warren Bank, Warren, R. I
National Hope Bank, Warren, R. 1
First National Bank, Lynn, Mass
Ohio Valley National Bank, Cincinnati,
Ohio
Citizens' National Bank, Jacksonville,
Tex
Kingfisher National Bank, Kingfisher,
Okla
National Bank of Lyndon, Vt
City National Bank, Lampasas, Tex.« ..
The First National Bank of Wehrum, Pa.
The People's National Bank of Belfast,
Me

Capital.

Apr. 16,1904
May 10,1904
May 23,1904
May 31,1904
.do

$600,000 i
50J000 i

Issued.

Retired.

Outstanding.

1474,900 : 8178,773
2,350
39,300

200,000 1
1,000,000 I

170,000 '
148,500 i

2,000,000 ;

711,000 ;

$296,127
36,950

30,305
40,520

134,295
107,980
1
220,850 | 490,750

June 7,1904 j

25,000

12,500 '

June 14,1904
June 15,1904
June 24,1904 I

500,000
100,000
500,000

00,598
49,200 ;
110,150

June 30,1904 i
July 1,1904 i
July 7,1901

50,000 •
500,000 ;
50,000 ;

49,350 I
490,550 i
87,500 !

July 11,1904
July 20,1904 i
July 25', 1904

100,000
150,000
50,000 :

25,000 \

2,400 ;

12,500 ;

12,500 ;
.

July 20.1904
Auff. 0J904
Aug. 15,1904 ;
Aug. 24.1904
do.'.
'
;
do

500,000 I
200, 000
50,000 .
150,000 ;
200,000 ;
180,000 !
500,000 \

50,769
100,000
12,500
50,000
49,300
82,-500
880,000

700,000 '

218,482 j

Aug. 80,1904
Sept. 12,1904 '

!
|
|
[
|
i

2,500 |

10,000

8,400 I 58,198
7,350 ! 41,850
19,080 • 127,070
i
4,700 i 44,650
40,400 I 444,150
3,850 j 33,650

8,501
10,698
1,400
2,943
2, 303
436
42,490

22,600

I
I
J

48,268
89,302
11,100
47,057
46,997
32,064
i 337, 510
!
110,950 ; 137,532

25,000 ;

Total

I

23,950 ;
7,100 j 16,850
j
25,000 !
6,250 !
6, 000
250 i 29,714
50,000 j
32,205 j
2,551 I
50,000 i
25,000 i
T/666"i I
7," 665
|
50,000 .
50,000
50,000 !
! 19, 775,000 7,778,386 j 2,357,560 5,420,826

Grand total

|

217,130,060




Sept. 16,190i
Sept. 24,1904 i
Sept. 27,1904 j
do
''
Oct. 18,1904 i
Oct. 31,1904 i

a No circulation.

81,957,507 j 68,403,632 13,553,875

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No. 7 8 . — N A T I O N A L B A N K S IN L I Q U I D A T I O N UNDER SECTION 7, A C T J U L Y 12,
1882,
W I T H B A T E OF E X P I R A T I O N OF CHARTER, CIRCULATION ISSUED, R E T I R E D , AND
OUTSTANDING,
SUCCEEDED
BY ASSOCIATIONS
WITH T H E S A M E OR D I F F E R E N T
T I T L E , OCTOBER 31,
1904.

Circulation.
Date of
liquidation.

Name and location of bank.

Issued.

Retired.

Outstanding.

Total.
Ohio National Bank, Cleveland, Ohio ..! Jan. 1,1889
National Bank, Lebanon, Ky
! Apr. 7,1889
I

MonmouthNationalBank.MoiimouthJllI
Muskegon National Bank, Muskegon,
Mich
First National Bank, Richmond, Ky
First National Bank, Port Huron, Mich.

:

$195,640

$3,860

199,500

195,640

3,860

200,000
50,000

97,300
41,100

94,766
39,651

2,534
1,449

800,000
1,000,000
150,000

228,100
62,800
135,000

217,345
53,515
131,419

10,755
9,285
3,581

800,000

543,050

525,306

17,744

300,000
100,000
300,000
60,000
100,000
300, 000
100,000

243,900
55,900
117,000
43,600
87,400
45, 000
41,500

237,685
53,627
108,410
41, 791
84,185
42,253
39,029

6,215
2, 273
8, 590
1,809
3,215
2,747
2,471

350,000
125,000
200, 000

257,300
50,500
65,900

249,958
47,713
62,406

7,342
2, 787
3,494

150,000
100,000
200,000

132,600
89,200
180,000

129,232
86,840
175,051

3, 868
2,360
4,949

75, 000
100,000
100,000
100,000

53,200
45,000
88, 900
86,100

50,440
41,640
81,036
79, 300

2,760
3,360
7,864
6,800

100,000
150,000

88,400
132,400

86,169
129,305

2,231
3,095

100,000
400,000
125, 000
50,000
100,000
400,000
150,000

84,300
251,500
111, 500
21,000
43,000
123,900
130,500

82,310
245,090
108,009
20,015
41,130
117,560
126,815

1,990
6,410
3,491
985
1,870
6,340

3,776, 850

3,629,001

147,849

400,000
100, 000

57,763
45,000

52,455
42,555

5,308
2,445

500,000

Total
National Bank of Beaver County, New
Brighton, Pa
Nov. 12,1884
National Bank, Beaver Bam, Wis
Dec. 24,1884
Merchants' National Bank, Cleveland,
Ohio
Dec. 27,1884
Union National Bank, Chicago, 111
Dec. 29,1884
First National Bank, Le Roy, N. Y
Jan. 2,1885
Evansville National Bank, Evansville,
Ind
Jan. 3,1885
National Albany Exchange Bank, Albany, N. Y
Jan. 10,1885
National Bank, Galena, 111
Jan. 11,1885
National State Bank, Lafayette, Ind....i Jan. 16,1885
First National Bank, Knoxville, 111
I
do
Farmers' National Bank, Ripley, Ohio.. Jan. 17,1885
City National Bank, Grand Rapids, Mich. Jan. 21,1885
Lee County National Bank, Dixon, 111
do
Fort Wayne National Bank, Fort
Wayne, Ind
Jan. 25,1885
National Exchange Bank, Tiffin, Ohio..I Mar. 1,1885
National Bank, Mai one, N. Y
! Mar. 9,1885
Jefferson National Bank, Steubenville,
Ohio
! Mar. 21,1885
First National Bank, Battle Creek, Mich. Mar. 28,1885
Central National Bank, Danville, Ky
do
Knox County National Bank, Mount
Vemon, Ohio
Apr. 1,1885
First National Bank, Houghton, Mich..! Apr. 18,1885
National Bank, Fort Edward, N.Y
i Apr. 22,1885
National Bank, Salem, N. Y
| May 4,1885
National Exchange Bank, Seneca Falls, i
N. Y
I May 6,1885
Trumbull National Bank, Warren, Ohio. July 5,1885
Attleborough National Bank, North I
Attleborough, Mass
| Jaly 17,1885
American National Bank, Detroit, Mich.! July 24,1885
First National Bank, Paris, 111
j Aug. 12,1885
First National Bank, Saint Johns. Mich.I Aug. 14,1885
Second National Bank, Pontiac, Mich . J Sept. 1,1885
Raleigh National Bank, Raleigh, N. C ..! Sept. 5,1885
First National Bank, Danville, Ky
i Sept. 22,1885

8199,500

7,335,000

2,1882

$200,000
200,000

First National Bank, Kittanning, Pa . . . July

Total

Capital.

102,763

95,010

7,753

19,735

2,065

Aug. 18,1890

100,000

Aug. 27,1890
Oct. 3,1890
Oct. 15,1890

100,COO
250,000
135,000

21,720
66,979
57, 480

20,165
61, 333
54, 342

1,555
5,646
3,138

585,000

167,979

155,575

12,404

Jan. 23,1891
Union National Bank, Oshkosh, Wis
First National Bank,Grand Haven,Mich. June 5,1891

200,000
200,000

45,000
45,000

43,028
42,501

1,972
2,499

400,000

90,000

85,529

4,471

50, 000
53,900
100,000
50,000
70,000
200,000
100,000

45,000
48,510
22,500
11,250
15,750
45,000
22, 500

43,337
46,540
20,613
9, 925
14,705
42, 508
20, 340

1,663
1,970
1,887
1,325
1,045
2,492
2,160

623, 900

210,510 I

197,968

12,542

Total.

Total .
First National Bank, Plymouth, Mich ..
National Bank, W'ooster, Ohio
Defiance National Bank, Defiance,Ohio.
First National Bank, New London, Ohio
Citizens' National Bank, Mankato, Minn
Third National Bank, Sandusky, Ohio..
Third National Bank, Urbana, Ohio
Total




Nov.
Nov.
Dec.
Mar.
Apr.
Sept,
Oct.

14,1891
29,1891
7,1891
23,1892
27,1892
19,1892
15,1892

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Xo. 78.—NATIONAL BANKS IN LIQUIDATION UNDER SECTION 7, ACT JULY 12,

1882,

ETC. —Continued.

1
Name and location of bank.

Circulation.
Tin

Capital.

j liquidation.

Lumberman's National Bank, Muske- j
gon Mich
j
Phoenix National Bank, Medina, Ohio.J
First National Bank, Chelsea, Vt
:
Farmers' National Bank, Owatoiina, |
Minn
j
Total

Jan. 16,1893
Feb. 10,1893
June 10,1893
June 30,1893

National Bank of Greensboro, N. C
Total

15, 793

1,307

67,950

61,376

6,574

250,000
50,000
50,000
65,000
50,000

180,000
10,810
11,460
22,500
12,900

172,127
9, 631
10,474
20,635
11,200

7,873
1,179
986
1,865
1,700

465,000
... .,, ....
100,000

237,670

224,067

13,603

45,000

42,805

2,195

]

100,000

45,000

42,805

2,195

\ Jan. 18,1896

100,000

83,300

78,425

4,875

i

100,000

83,300

78,425

4,875

50,000
100,000

12, 600
45, 000

11,588
42, 605

1,012
2,395

150,000

57,600

54,193

3,407

134,000
200,000

75,600
45,000

67,420 j
38,620 j

8,180
6,380

334.000

120,600

May
May
July
July
Aug.

5,1894
30,1894
22,1894
30,1894
1,1894
—

; Apr. 21,1895

!

Total .
Morrow County National Bank, Mount 1
Gilead, Ohio'
I Feb. 5,1900 !

14,560

22,500 |

20,370 j

50,000 i

22,500

20,370

2,130

200, 000
100, 000
50,000

190, 100
25, 000
12 500

134, 925
17, 815
8, 500

55, 175
7, 185
4, 000

350,000

27,600

161,240 |

66,360

65,000
100,000 I
50,000 i
50,000 '

46,545
69,215
31,600
36,672

18,455
30, 785
18,400
13, 328

100,000
44,387
93,598
12,500

\
I
i
I

61,205
30,430
53,150
5,700

38, 795
13, 957
40, 448
6,800

! 1,065,000

515,485 I

334,517

180,968

1,000,000

50,000 I

250,000
50,000
100,000
200,000
400,000
100,000
100, 000
50,000

288,747 |
i
29,500
40,000
50,000
106,915
100,475
27.267
14,742

175,000

51,446

26,434 !

25,012

100,000
100,000
50,000
100,000

96,545
100, 000
40, 010
75,000

48,800 '
49, 950
18,050
37, 050

47,745
50,050
21,960
37,950

2,775,000

1,070,647

Citizens'National Bank, Zanesville,Ohio; May 11,1901
Iron National Bank, Plattsburg, N. Y . . J June 4,1901
Charles City National Bank, Iowa
; Oct. 8,1901
Total.
Manufacturers' National Bank, Neenah,
Wis
National Bank of Kittanning, Pa
First National Bank, Washington, Iowa
First National Bank, Evansville, Ind
First National Bank of Porter County,
Valparaiso,Ind
"...
First National Bank, Warren, Ohio
Moss National Bank, Sandusky, Ohio
National Bank of Sandy Hill, N. Y

Nov.
Mar.
Mar.
Apr.

28,1901
10,1902
13,1902
16,1902 !
j
May 4,1902 j
J u l y 30,1902
Oct. 20,1902 I

Oct. 28,1902 I

'

Detroit National Bank, Detroit, Mich....! Nov. 17,1902
Drovers' National Bank, Union Stock j
Yards, Chicago, 111
! Dec. 13,1902
Linderman National Bank, Mauch
Chunk, Pa
Dec. 30,1902
Old National Bank, Cambridge, Ohio...i Jan. 12,1903
National Bank of Oshkosh, Wis
! Feb. 1,1903
First National Bank, Mauch Chunk, Pa.I Feb. 24,1903
First National Bank, Bridgeport, Ohio..i
do
•Vilas National Bank, Plattsburg j N. Y . . ! . . . . . do
FirstNationalBank,MountGilead,Ohio
do .
First National Bank, Mount Pleasant,
Ohio
.do.
Peoples' National Bank, Barnesville,
Ohio
Feb. 26,1903
City National Bank, Akron, Ohio
May 1,1903
First National Bank, Tipton, Iowa
June 2,1903
First National Bank, Shamokin, Pa
j Sept. 4,1903
Total

106,040

50,000

Total .




SI, 350
1,356
2,561

17,100

Northampton County National Bank, j
j
Easton, Pa
i May 1,1898
National State Bank, Blooniington, 111. J May 3,1898

Total

821,150
15,744
8,689

75,000

Walden National Bank, Walden, N. Y ..| Jan. 25.1897
National Bank of Rockville. Ind
i May 14,1897
Total

$22,500
17,100
11,250

300,000

Total
Total

Outstanding.

$100,000
75,000
50,000

!

Second National Bank, Bay City, MichJ
First National Bank, Farmer City, 111 i
First National Bank, Kasson, Minn
j
First National Bank, Lagrange, Ind
j
First National Bank, Fairfield, Me
National Bank of Granviilo, N, Y

Retired.

Issued.

i

!

65,000
100,000
50,000
500,000

|
|
|
j
|
100.000 '
100J 000
100,000
50,000

28,740 j

2,130

21,260

182,820 | 105,927
I
18,710
10,790
21,850
18,150
23,370
26,630
48,030
58,885
46,630
53,845
12,367
14,900
8,447
6,295

589,699 j

480,948

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No. 78.—NATIONAL BANKS IN LIQUIDATION UNDER SECTION 7, ACT JULY 12,

1882,

ETC. —Continued.
Circulation.
Name and location of bank.

Date of
liquidation.

Second National Bank, Colfax, Wash . . . Jan. 16,1904
National Bank of New Brighton, Pa
Sept. 15,1904
Fsrst National Bank, Danvers, Mass
Oct. 25,1904
Total
Grand total




Capital.

$60,000
100,000
150,000

Issued.
$15,000
24,700
39,599

Retired.
$5,350
2,700

Outstanding.
$9,650
22,000
39,599

310,000

79,299

8,050

71,249

15,642,900

7,075,253

6,039,505

1,035,748

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297

No. 79.—NATIONAL BANKS THAT HAVE GONE INTO VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION UNDER
THE PROVISIONS OP SECTIONS 5220 AND 5221 OF T H E REVISED STATUTES OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE PuRpqsE OF ORGANIZING N E W ASSOCIATIONS WITH THE
SAME OR DIFFERENT TITLE, WITH DATE OF LIQUIDATION, AMOUNT OF CAPITAL,
CIRCULATION ISSUED, RETIRED, AND OUTSTANDING ON OCTOBER 31, 1904.
Circulation.

Name and location of bank.

Date of
liquidation.

Capital.
Issued.
$270,000

$263,275

$6,725

300,000

270,000

263,275

6,725

100, 000

300,000

90. 000
279;248

87,756
268,196

2,244
11,052

400,000 j

369,248

355,952

13,296

May 12," ±882'
May 13,1882
May 15,1882
*do
do
May 18,1882
.do
May 22,1882
do
May 27,1882
May 31,1882

50,000
130,000
1,000,000
50,000
200,000
300,000
300,000
200,000
1,000, 000
500, 000
100,000
300,000
150,000
100,000
150,000
300,000
500,000
500,000
50,000
200,000
50,000
300,000
100,000
100,000
150,000

45,000
83,456
90,000
45, 000
180,000
376,890
286,000
87,400
510,800
355,310
114,822
252,000
135,000
45,000
90,000
266,462
441,529
442,870
110, 540
45,000
M, 525
45,000
79,200
99,000
175, 060

43,656
81,509
83,658
43,715
176,300
370,475
280,386
83,525
500,400
350,835
111,117
247,767
132,260
42,876
87, 922
260,213
435,176
432,630
108,265
42,075
62,270
40,717
77,667
96,960
167,944

" l , 344
1,947
6, 342
1,285
3,700
6,415
5,614
3,875
10,400
4,475
3,705
4,233
2,740
2,124
2,078
6,249
6,353
10,240
2,275
2,925
2,255
4,283
1,533
2,040
7,116

do
do
do
June 1,1882
do
do
June 10,1882
do
,
June 14,1882

50,000
200, 000
100,000
100,000
100,000
50, 000
1,000, 000
200,000
800,000

84, 640
229,170
102. 706
85', 078
90,000
58,382
799,800
180,000
609,500

82,466
224,215
100,454
82,156
88,070
56,181
782,420
175,804
598,275

2,174
4,955
2,252
2,922
1,930
2,201
17,380
4,196
11,225

June 15,1882
do
June 17,1882
June 20,1882
June 24,1882
do
do
June 29,1882
do
June 30,1882
.....do
.....do
do
July 3,1882
July 11,1882
Aug. 3,1882
Oct. 3,1882
Oct. 6,1882

50, 000
100, 000
500,000
375,000
100,000
100,000
60,000
750,000
200,000
50, 000
200, 000
125, 000
100,000
75, 000
50, 000
200,000
150,000
150,000

45,000
90, 000
336,345
337,500
88,400
90, 000
54,000
594,000
141.575
45;000
180,000
121,050
45,000
45,000
45, 000
180,000
135,000
90,000

43,262
88,155
331.048
33i;510
86,720
87, 339
52,S05
586,385
136,463
44,155
176,265
118,630
44,290
43,744
43,466
176,493
132,671
87,303

1,738
1,845
5,297
5,990
1, 680
2,661
1,195
7,615

Apr. 24,1882
Apr. 29,1882
.do
Apr. 30,1882
Apr. 28,1882
do
Apr. 29,1882
May 5,1882
May 6,1882
do
May 2,1882
May 4,1882
May 9,1882




6,112
845

3,735
2,420
710
1,256
1,534

3,507
2,329
2,697

12, 715, 000

9,368,010

9,161,063

206,947

Dec. 31,1882
Feb. 24,1883
....do
....do

50,000
100,000
100,000
100, 000

45,000
90,000
80,800
47,800

43,472
82,311
79,123
46,373

1,528
7,689
1,677
1,427

....do
....do
....do

400,000
50,000
100,000

155,900
45,000
53,500

151,933
42,534
51,627

3,967
2,466
1,873

Total.
First National Bank, Sandyhill, N. Y . . .
First National Bank, Lawrenceburg,Ind
First National Bank, Cambridge, Ohio..
First National Bank, Oshkosh, Wis
First National Bank, Grand Rapids,
Mich
First National Bank, Delphos, Ohio
First National Bank, Freeport, 111

Outstanding.

$300,000

First National Bank, Rondout, N. Y
j Oct. 30,1880
Total
First National Bank, Huntington. Ind.. Jan. 31,1881
First National Bank, Indianapolis, Ind. July 5,1881
Total.
First National Bank, Valparaiso, Ind ..
First National Bank, Stillwater, Minn .
First National Bank, Chicago, 111
First National Bank, Woodstock, 111
Second National Bank, Cincinnati, Ohio
Second National Bank, New York, N. Y
First National Bank, Portsmouth, N. H.
First National Bank, Richmond, Ind ...
Second National Bank, Cleveland, Ohio.
First National Bank, New Haven, Conn.
First National Bank, Akron, Ohio
First National Bank, Worcester, Mass...
First National Bank, Barre, Mass
First National Bank, Davenport, Iowa..
First National Bank, Kendallville, Ind.
First National Bank, Cleveland, Ohio..,
First National Bank, Youngstown,Ohio.
First National Bank, Evansville, Ind ...
First National Bank, Salem, Ohio
First National Bank, Scranton, Pa
First National Bank, Centerville, Ind...
First National Bank, Fort Wayne, Ind..
First National Bank, Strasburg, Pa
First National Bank, Marietta, Pa
First National Bank, Lafayette, Ind
First National Bank, McConnelsville,
Ohio
First National Bank, Milwaukee, Wis...
Second National Bank, Akron, Ohio
First National Bank, Ann Arbor Mich..
First National Bank, Geneva, Ohio
First National Bank, Oberlin, Ohio
First National Bank, Philadelphia, Pa..
First National Bank, Troy, Ohio
Third National Bank, Cincinnati, Ohio.
First National Bank, Cambridge Citv,
Ind
:..
First National Bank, Lyons, Iowa
First National Bank, Detroit, Mich
First National Bank, Wilkesbarre, Pa...
First National Bank, Iowa City. Iowa...
First National Bank, Nashua, N. H
First National Bank, Johnstown, Pa
First National Bank, Pittsburg, Pa
First National Bank, Terre Haute, Ind..
First National Bank, Hollidaysburg, Pa.
First National Bank, Bath, Me
First National Bank, Janesville, Wis
First National Bank, Michigan City,Ind.
First National Bank, Monmouth, 111
First National Bank, Marion, Iowa
First National Bank, Marlboro, Mass
National Bank of Stanford, Ky
First National Bank, Sandusky, Ohio...

Retired.

,

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No. 79.—NATIONAL BANKS THAT HAVE GONE INTO VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION UNDER T H E
PROVISIONS OF SECTION 5220 AND 5221 OF T H E REVISED STATUTES, ETC.—Cont'd.

Name and location of bank.

Date of

liquidation.

First National Bank, Elyria, Ohio
Feb. 24,1883
First National Bank, Troy, N. Y
do
Second National Bank, Detroit, Mich...
do
Second National Bank, Peoria, 111
do
National Fort Plain Bank, Fort Plain,
N. Y
.do.
Total .
Dec.
May
June
Oct.

1,18S3
14,1884
1,1884
31,1884

Total .

$100,000
300,000
1,000,000
100,000

OutRetired. standing.

$90,000
229,550
363,700
90,000

$87,919
224,209
351,050
86,853

$2,081
5,341
12,650
3,147

174,300

171,226

3,074

1,465,550

1,418,620

46, 920

100,000
50,000
50,000
100,000

16,850
45,000
42,800
90,000

200,000 !

15, 665 j
44,094 I
41,474
88,160

1,185
906
1, 326
1,840

300, 000

194,650

189,393

5,257

Dec. 31,1884
Jan. 13,1885
Feb. 12,1885

50,000
500, 000
50,000

43,850
238, 700
18,200

42, 111
230,924
17,460

1, 739
7,776
740

Feb. 20,1885
Feb. 25,1885
Feb. 28,1885
Mar. 31,1885
June 30,1885
do

150,000
80,000
75,000
100,000
50,000
200,000

135,000 I
70,600
30,600
89,155
14,650
122,500

131,808 i
68,390
30,122
87,248
14,550
118,805

3,192
2,210
478
1,907
100
3,695

1,255,000

First National Bank, Sturgis, Mich
National Bank of Rutland, Vt
Kent National Bank, Chestertown, Md .
National Fulton County Bank, Gloversville, N. Y
First National Bank, Centralia, 111.
National Exchange Bank, Albion, Mich.
First National Bank, Paris, Mo
First National Bank, Yakima, Wash
First National Bank, Flint, Mich
Total .

,

Total . „
Sandy River National Bank, Farmington, Me
, Nov. 1,1890
•Second National Bank, Aurora, 111
July 13,1891

3,272
410
3,682

57,240

53,558 ,

50,000 j

13,500

12,790

710

13,500

12,790

710

75,000
100,000

58,260
22,500

55,663
21,170

2,597
1,330

175,000

80,760

76,833

3,927

90,000

85,696

4,304

100,000

90,000

85,696

4,304

100,000

22, 500

20,658

1, 842

100, 000

22,500

20,658

1,842

23,1893
31,1893
9,1894
1,1894

50,000
50,000
100, 000
400,000

11,250
11,250
22,000
67,875

10,965
10,886
21,160
64,370

285
364
840
3,505

do
June 2,1894
do
.do.

500,000
300,000
300,000
500, 000

42, 870
61,172
42,450
43, 500

41,450
50,602
37,450
31,315

1,420
10,570
5,000
12,185

Total
May 31,1893

Total
Dec.
Dec.
Jan.
Feb.

.do.

Total.
Wyoming National Bank, Laramie, Wyo. Mar. 7,1895
Laramie National Bank, Laramie, Wyo. Mar. 15,1895
Merchants' National Bank, St. Louis, Mo, July 1,1895
do
Laclede National Bank, St. Louis, Mo...
Total .
City National Bank, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Mar. 28,1898
Aug. 31,1898
First National Bank, Rockhill, S. C




21,837

41.728 I
11;830

100,000

Total
Indiana National Bank, Lafayette, Ind. Nov. 13,1891

Grundy County National Bank, Trenton, Mq
,
First National Bank, Trenton, Mo
First National Bank, Colorado, Tex
Saxton National Bank, St. Joseph, Mo..
Schuster-Hax National Bank, St. Joseph, Mo
Second National Bank, Louisville, Ky..
Fourth National Bank, Louisville, Ky...
Kentucky National Bank, Louisville, Ky
Merchants' National Bank, Louisville,
Ky

741,418 |

45,000
12,240

50,000

Poland National Bank, Poland, N. Y.... Jan. 14,1890 j

Deeatur National Bank, Deeatur, 111

763,255 j

200,000
50,000
250,000

Farmers' National Bank, Stanford, Ky . Dec. 31,1888
July 10,1889
Adams National Bank, Adams, N. Y

Total

Issued.

2,600,000

Logansport National Bank, Logansport,
Ind
National Bank of Birmingham, Ala
First National Bank, Westfield, N. Y
FirstNationalBank, Independence, Iowa

Total

Circulation.
Capital.

500, 000

43,650

35, 595

8,055

2,700,000

346,017

303, 793

42,224

100,000
100,000
700,000
1,000,000

18,950
22,100
49, 275
44,000

16,978
20,390
43,935
41, 300

1,972
1,710
5,340
2,700

1,900,000

134, 325

122,603

11,722

100,000
75,000

27,000
16,375

21,998
15,165

5,002
1,210

175,000

43,375

37,163

6,212

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No. 79.—NATIONAL BANKS THAT HAVE GONE INTO VOLUNTARY LIQUADATION UNDER THE
PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS 5220 and 5221 OF THE REVISED STATUTES, ETC.—Gont'd.
Circulation.
Date of
liquidation.

Capital, i

Shawmut National Bank, Boston, Mass.. j Nov. 25,1898
Western Reserve National Bank, Cleve- !
land, hi
l d Ohio
May 29,1899
National B
i l Bank of Commerce, Cleveland,
Ohio

81,000,000 I

Name and location of bank.

1,000,000 I

Nov.
Jan.
Mar.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.

9,510
28, 710

164,705

135,995

698, 330

597,084 I 101,246

250, 000
200,000
55, 000
100, 000
1,200,000
1,000,000

28,1899
8,1900
20,1900
9,1900
16,1900
18,1900

49,905
45,000
15,960
23,400
540,000
71,540

42,310
36,210
14,080
22, 030
508,062
45,194

7,595
8,790
1,880
1,370
31,938
26, 346

Apr. 24,1900

100,000 i

25,000

20, 380

4, 620

500,000 !
400,000 |

50,000
50,290

7,760
16,245

J u l y 17,1900
J u l y 30,1900
Sept. 1,1900

125,000 !
200,000 !
2,000,000 I

56.134
50,000
500,000

42 240 |
34,045 !
i
44,173
39,180
472,920

11,961
10,820
27,080

Sept. 15,19C0 |

1, 000, 000

208,740

153,255 |

55,485

....do
....do

"J, 000,000
150,000

135,000
50, 000

101,830 |
37,750 I

33,170
12,250

| 8, 280,000

i

!. %

1,870,969

1,613,659

257,310

250,000

50,000

38,230

11,770

50,000
100,000
60,000
25,000
100,000
300,000

12,500
25,000
27,739
10,000
40.000
59, 200

10,460 |
17,565 |
20,606
6,900 I
27,820
40,427

2,040
7, 435
7,133
3,100
12,180
18,773

600, 000
300,000
500,000

63,027
108,980
110, 480

41,442
81,126
81,847

21,585
27,854
28,633

506,921) I

| 2, 285, 000 j

366,423 i

140,503

31,1901 |
60,000
20,1902 j 1,000,000
29,1902 !
60,000
31,1902 j
100,000
I
150,000
2,1902 j
100,000
20,1902 |

15,000 |
68,870 |
30,000 ;
50,000 I

9,670 I
42,252
22,300 !
32,400 !

5,330
26, 618
7, 700
17,600

37,500 !
100,000 i

23,000 I
99,835 !

14,500
165

1,470,000

301,370 |

229,457 j

71,913

59,675 !

40,195

42,231 I
48,450
81,715 I
13,750 J

42, 655
47,680
64,348
10,500

Total .
!
First National Bank, Ravenna, Ohio
Nov. 10,1902 j
Massasoit National Bank, Fall River, I
j
Mass
i June 30,1903 !
National Union Bank, Fall River, Mass.!
do
j
Pocasset National Bank, Fall River, Mass i
do
i
First National Bank, Fayette City, Pa .. Aug. 1,1903 i
National Bank State of Florida, Jacki
sonville, Fla
Sept. 8,1903 \

100,000
300,000
200,000
200,000
50, 000

99,870 j
84,886
96,130
146,063
24,250

'
!
i
j

i

!

:

100, 000

96,900 •

38,390 !

58,510

950,000

Total .




34,590

May 17,1900
J u n e 26,1900

People's National Bank, Pulaski, Tenn.j Dec.
Suffolk National Bank, Boston, Mass....! Feb.
Delphos National Bank, Delphos, Ohio.'; May
National Bank of Martinsburg, W. Va...] May
Gainesville National Bank, Gainesville, j
Tex
' June
Pueblo National Bank, Pueblo, Colo....: Oct.

Grand total

$63,026

$426,499

i

44,100 |

3, 500,000

Montana National Bank, Helena, Mont.; Feb. 23,1901 |
Ishpeming National Bank, Ishpemir-g, j
j
Mich
I Feb. 25,1901
National Bank of Paris, Mo
! Apr. 30,1901
National Bank of Castleton, N. Y
I May 8,1901
First National Bank. Lowell, l n d
May 29,1901
Fowler National Bank, Lafayette, l n d .. June 29,1901
Fifth National Bank, Providence, R. I . . I Sept. 5,1901 \
Rhode Island National Bank, Provi- I
i
denee, R . I
!
do
i
Second National Bank, Providence, R.I. 1
do
;
National Eagle Bank, Providence,R.I..;
do
j
Total

$-189,525 i

1,500,000 I

Total.
National Bank of Commerce, Philadelphia, Pa
Clinton National Bank, Columbus, Ohio.
First National Bank, Franklinville,N.Y.
National Bank of Dallas, Tex
National Union Bank, New York, N. Y..
Blackstone National Bank,Boston. Mass.
Merchants' National Bank, Williamsport, Pa
Equitable National Bank, Baltimore,
Md
City National Bank, Philadelphia, Pa...
Mechanics' National Bank, Newburyport, Mass
Lincoln National Bank, Chicago, 111
Union National Bank, Chicago, 111
j
Northwestern National Bank, Chicago,
111
National Bank of North America, Chicago, 111
Union National Bank, Racine, Wu
Total

OutRetired. standing

Issued,

548,099 |

284,211 |

263,888

39, 505,000

17,144,124 ;

15,933,649 !"1^210,475

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No. 80.—NATIONAL BANKS IN LIQUIDATION UNDER SECTION 7, ACT JULY 12, 1882,
WITH DATE OF EXPIRATION OF CHARTER, CIRCULATION ISSUED, RETIRED, AND
OUTSTANDING, OCTOBER 31, 1904.

Circulation.
Date of

Name and location of bank.

liquidation.

First National Bank, Pontiac, Mich
First National Bank, Washington, Iowa.
First National Bank, Fremont, Ohio
Second National Bank, Dayton, Ohio ...
First National Bank, Girard, Pa

$50,000
100,000
100,000
300,000
100,000

Issued.

Retired.

Outtanding.

$88,890
88,565
90,000
262,941
90,000

$86,593
70,165
87,667
258,452
87,925

$2,297
18,4C0
2,333
4,489
2,075

650,000

620,396

590,802

29,594

120,000
100,000
100, 000
150,000

108,000
45,000
90, 000
135,000

105,670
43,182
87,670
131,842

2,330
1,818
2, 330
3,158

470,000

378,000

368, 364

9,636

50,000
300,000
50,000
75,000
56,000

44,300
244,400
44,200
67,500
50,400

42,585
240, 710
42,719
66,255
48,544

1,715
3,690
1,481
1,245
1,856

531,000

450,800

440,813

9,987

11,1884
23,1884
2,1885
13,1885
28,1885

300,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
200,000

87, 800
24,550
36,000
43,740
161,000

80,008
23,260
34,503
42,145
155,474

7,792
1,290
1,497
1,595
5,526

Feb. 6,1885
Feb. 20,1885
Mar. 7,1885

250, 000
100,000
250, 000

90,800
61,200
144,400

84,517
59,725
138,415

6,283
1,475
5,985

Mar.
Apr.
Apr.
May

21,1885
14,1885
17,1885
23,3885

75,000
60,000
100,000
150,000

57,700
47,700
89,000
45, 000

56,205
45,4S0
86, 738
42,795

1,495
2,210
2,262
2,205

June 6,1885
June 9,1885
Aug. 17,1885

100,000
550,000
60,000

44,100
90, 000
54,000

42,276
84, 584
52,452

1,824
5,416
1,548

2,345,000

1,076,990

1,028,587

48,403

50,000

24,550

23,850

700

50,000

24,550

23,850

700

100,000

22,500

20,572

1,928

500,000

45,000

43,210

1,790

600,000

67,500

63,782

3,718

50,000
50,000
60,000

11,250
13,500
24,950

9,856
11,760
23,342

1,394
1,740
1,608

Dec.
Apr.
May
May
June

31,1881
11,1882
22,1882
26,1882
1,1882

Total
First National
First National
First National
First National

Capital.

Bank,
Bank,
Bank,
Bank,

Feb. 24,1883
Xenia, Ohio
. . do
Peru, 111
do
Elmira. N. Y
Chittenango, N. Y.
do

Total
First National Bank, Eaton, Ohio
First National Bank, Leominster, Mass..
First National Bank, Winona, Minn
American National Bank, Hallo well, Me.
First National Bank, Attica, Ind

July
July
July
Sept.
Oct.

Total
Citizens' National Bank, Indianapolis,
Ind
First National Bank, North East, Pa
First National Bank, Galva, 111
First National Bank, Thorntown, Ind...
Muncie National Bank, Muncie, Ind
Merchants' National Bank, Evansville,
Ind
Saybrook National Bank, Essex, Conn...
Union National Bank, Albany, N. Y
Battenkill National Bank, Manchester,
Vt
First National Bank, Owosso, Mich
Coventry National Bank, Anthony, R. I.
State National Bank, Keokuk, Iowa
Tolland County National Bank, Tolland,
Conn . . ..
City National Bank, Hartford, Conn
West River National Bank, Jamaica, Vt.
Total

Nov.
Dec.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

National Bank, Lebanon, Tenn
Total

4,1884
5,1884
21,1884
10,1884
28,1884

Aug. 30,1886

Greene County National Bank, Springfield, Mo
Feb. 8,1888
Union Stock Yards National Bank, ChiFeb. 29,1888
cago, 111
Total
First National Bank, Decatur, Mich
First National Bank, Mason, Mich
First National Bank, Hollv, Mich

Sept. 20,1890
Oct. 28,1890
Oct. 31,1890

Total

160,000

49,700

44,958

4,742

German National Bank,Evansville, Ind. Dec. 24,1890
Farmers and Merchants'National Bank,
Vandalia,Ill
Jan. 10,1891
Mar. 2,1891
National Bank, Chester, S. C
Total

250,000

98,030

92,994

5,036

100,000
100,000

22,500
33,250

20,935
31,120

1,565
2,130

450,000

153,780

145,049

8,731

First National Bank, Burlington, Wis...
Lansing National Bank, Lansing, Mich..
Ashtabula National Bank, Ashtabula,
Ohio
Second National Bank of New Mexico,
Santa Fe, N. Mex

50,000
185,600

10,750
36,700

9,506
34,810

1,244
1,890

July 11,1892

80,000

67,850

65,125

2,725

July 17,3892

150,000

33,750

29,968

3,782

465,600

149,050

139,409

9,641

Total .



Dec. 19,1891
Mar. 5,1892

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o. 80.—NATIONAL BANKS IN LIQUIDATION UNDER SECTION 7, ACT J U L Y 12, 1882,
WITH DATE OP EXPIRATION OF CHARTER, CIRCULATION ISSUED, RETIRED, AND
OUTSTANDING, OCTOBER 31, 1904—Continued.

Name and location of bank.
First National Bank, Petaluma, Cal
Total
First National Bank, Nunda.N.Y
Union National Bank, Phillips, Me
Perkioinen National Bank, Pennsburg,
Sept. 10,1895
Pa

500

Total.
Second National Bank, Richmond, Ky.. Nov. 4,1897

200,000

70,588

63, 731

6 857

200,000

45,000

38, 280

6 720

Total.
Manistee National Bank, Manistee, Mich. Dec.

200,000

45,000

38, 280

6 720

100,000

37,900 |

23,000

14,900

3,1901

Total .
Second NationalBank.Mauch Chunk, Pa.! Dec. 31,1902
Jan. 31,1903 |
First National Bank, Felicity, Ohio
24,1903 !
Second National Bank, Fall River, Mass. Feb.do
First National Bank, Conneautville, Pa
!
First National Bank, Salem, Mass
do
i
!
Second National Bank, Norwich, Conn
do
Deposit National Bank, Deposit, N. Y
j
do
'
First National Bank, Norwalk, Ohio
do
\
Second National Bank, Galesburg, 111 |
do
j
Total
Union National Bank, W e y m o u t h , Mass. J u l y 26,1904
Total
Grand total ,




100,000 I

37,900 i

23,000

14,900

152,849
12,500
121,360 j
11,443 i
54,312
53,418
28,351
13,395
27,306 i

98,480
5,770
78,323
6,510
30,305
33,165
16,507
6,602
11,600

54, 369
6,730
43, 037
7,933
24, 007
20, 253
11, 844
0,793
15, 706

1, 150, 000

477, 934 i

287, 262 j

190 672

200, 000

74 846 !

12, 550 i

62, 296

200, 000

74, 846 |

12, 550 |

62 296

3,719 934 j 3, 311 337 i

408 597

150,000
50,000 '
150,000
50,000
300,000
200, 000
100,000
50, 000
100,000

7, 771, 600

j
I
J
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No. 81.--NUMBER AND CAPITAL OF NATIONAL BANKING ASSOCIATIONS PLACED IN
VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION, THOSE CLOSED BY EXPIRATION OF CORPORATE EXISTENCE,
WITH NUMBER AND CAPITAL OP ASSOCIATIONS LIQUIDATED AN > CLOSED BY EXPIRATION OF CORPORATE EXISTENCE SUCCEEDED BY ASSOCIATIONS WITH SIMILAR TITLES.

Liquidations, Sec.
5220, U. S. R. S.

Sec.
Expirations suc- Liquidations, R. S., E x p i r a t i o n s not
5220, U. S.
ceeded by new
succeeded by othsucceeded by
associations.
er associations.

Number.

Number.

Year.

i

4
5
5
11
19
16
16
9
13
19
19
38
31

1864
1865
1866
1867
1868
1869
1870
1871
1872
1873
1874
1875
1876
1877 .
1878
1879
1880 .
1881
1882
1883 .
1884
1885 .
1886
1887
1888 .
1889
1890 .
1891
1892
1893
1894
1895
1896
1897 .
1898
1899 .
1900
1901 .
1902
1903 .
1904

39
38
10
24
19
23
22
31
24
23
33
37
41
34
42
43
61
43
34
69
00
63
28
25
57
43
62
Total

new associations.

Capital.

$330, 000
750,000
2,060,000
2, 595,500
3, 322, 710
2,900,000
1,000,000
2,340, 500
3,364, 700
2,745,000
3,869,500
2,865,000
2,229,000
4,100,000
4,450,000
870,000
1,820, 000
1,555,000
4,566,000
2,916,250
6,520,300
1,726,100
2,312,450
3, 671, 000
3,516,000
4,255,000
3,360,000
5, 018,000
5,710,000
6,835,000
4,143,100
3,745,000
9,409,000
11,450,000
20,485,000
4,141,950
5,005,000
19,555,000
25,845,000
19,775,000

1,257 217,130,010




Number.

Capital.

Capital.

I"
1

Number.

Capital.

i

i

i
I
I

{

1
1

&3o6. 66o

2 •
400,000
52 19! 715.000
2,600,000
12
300,000
4
1,255,000
9

1

32 1 7.335.000

2
4
2
4
5
1
1
2
2

500,000
585,000
400,000
623,900
300,000
465,000
100,000
100, 000
150,000
334,000

2
1
2
1
1
9
4

250 666
50,000
175,000
100, 000
100,000
2,700,000
1,900,000

2

1
3
8
14
3

50,COO
350, 000
1,065,000
2,775, 000
310 000

15
10
(')
6

175,000
3 500 000
8,280,000
2 285 000
1,470,000
950,000

92

15,642,900

142

39,505,000

5
4
5
15
1

$650,000
470,000
531,000
2,345,000
50,000

2

$200,000

600,000

3
3
4

160,000
450,000
465,600

1
3

200,000
200,000

1

200,000

1
9
1

100,000
1,150,000
200,000

58

7,771,600

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No. 82.—NATIONAL- BANKS WHICH HAVE BEEN PLACED IN THE H A N D S OF RECEIV
DATE OP FAILURE, CAUSE OF FAILURE, DIVIDENDS P A I D WHILE SOLVENT,
REDEEM CIRCULATION, THE AMOUNT REDEEMED, AND THE AMOUNT OUTSTAND

Total dividends
paid during
existence as a
national banking association.

Organization.
Name and location of bank.
i Char-

I ter
First National Bank, Attica, X. Y

Date

! num| ber. Jan. 14,1864
j 199

VenangoNational Bank, Franklin, Pa. I 117G May 20,1865
Merchants' National Bank, Washing- ' 627 Dec. 14,1864
ton, D. C.
j

Capital.

Surplus.

Per
Amount. cent.

$50,000 j .
300,000
200,000 !

Total.

•21

First National Bank. Medina. N. Y . . J 229
Tennessee National Bank, Memphis, ; 1225
Tenn.
j
_.
First National Bank, Selma, Ala
i 153'
First National Bank, New Orleans, La. j 162
National Unadilla Bank, Unadilla, ! 1463
N. Y.
i
Farmers and Citizens' National Bank, 1223
Brooklyn, N. Y.
Croton National Bank, New York, N. Y 1556

j Feb.
June

3,1804
5,1865

, Aug. 24,1S65
| Dec. 18,1863
i July 17,1865
June

5,1865 j

Sept. 9,1865 j

50,000
100,000 I
100,000 ! $1,780
500,000
150, 000
300,000 j
200,000 j .

Total.
First National Bank, Bethel, Conn . . . 1141
First National Bank, Keokuk. Iowa..
80
National Bank of Vicksburg, Miss
803

May 15, 1865
Sept. 9 1863
,
Feb. 14 1865

60,000
50,000
50,000

First National Bank, Roekford, 111 . . . 429 May 20.1864
First National Bank of Nevada, Aus- 1331 j J u n e 23,1865
tin, New

2,236

50,000
155,000

Total.
$7,500

4.9

421,052

42.1

Total.
Ocean National Bank, New York, N. Y. 1232 ! J u n e 6,1865 j 1,000,000
250,000
Union Square National Bank, New 1691 | Mar. 13,1869
York, N. Y.
250,000
Eighth National Bank, New York,N.Y 384 i Apr. 16,1864
286 Feb. 26,1864
100, 000
Fourth National Bank, Philadelphia,
Pa.
May 29,1865 I 106,100
Waverly National Bank, Waverly, N. Y
First National Bank, Fort Smith, Ark. 1631 Feb. 6,1866
50, 000

140,000
24,403
18,000

23.0
36.0

175,000 !

103,250

59.0

500,000 ;

25,000

5.0

300,000 [ 59,472

183,000

61.0

500,000 !
750,000 !
140,000 !

805,000 161.1
429,250 57.2
134,200 95.9

120,000
100,000 i
600,000 i

97,770 81.5
102, 666 102.6
108,000 18.0

9,424

Total.
Scandinavian National Bank, Chicago, 111.
WallkillNational Bank, Middletown,
N. Y.
Crescent City National Bank. New
Orleans, La.
Atlantic National Bank, New York,
N. Y.
First National Bank, Washington, D. C.
National Bank of the Commonwealth,
New York, N. Y.
Merchants' National Bank, Petersburg, Va.
First National Bank, Petersburg, Va..
First National Bank, Mansfield, Ohio.
New Orleans National Banking Association, New Orleans, La.
First National Bank, Carlisle, Pa
Total




1978

May 7.1872 I

1473 | July
i
"
1937 j Feb.
1388 ! July
I
*
26 j July

21,1865 |
!
15,1872 t
1,1865 i
I
16,1863 j

1372 i July

1,1865 \

1548 | Sept. 1,1865 |
1378 July 1,1865 !
436 I May 24,186C i
1825 | May 27,1871 j
21 \ J u n e 29,1863 !

250,000 :

50,000 I

42,000

84.0

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

805

ERS, TOGETHER WITH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS AT DATE OF ORGANIZATION AND AT
CIRCULATION
ISSUED,
LAWFUL
MONEY
DEPOSITED
WITH THE TREASURER TO
ING OCTOBER 31, 1904.

Circulation.

Failures.
Lawful
m o n e y deposited.
Capital.

Surplus.

Receiver appointed.

$50,000

Apr. 14,1865

300, 000
200,000

Mav
May

1,1866
8,1866

Cause
of

Issued.

failure.
W
U

u

R e d e e m e d . Outstanding.

$44,000

$44,000

$43,767

$233

]

85,000
180,000

85,000
180,000

84,804
179, 469

196
531

1

265,000

265,000

264,273

727

50,000
100, 000

$2,288
20, 435

Mar. 13,1867
Mar. 21,1867

T
V

40,000
90,000

40,000
90,000

39,761
89,778

239
222

4
I

100, 000
500,000
120, 000

4, 788
37, 903

Apr. 30,1867
May 20,1867
Aug. 20,1867

B
Q

85,000
180,000
100,000

84,611
178,910
99,830

389
1,090
170

t

300,000

32,000

Sept,

G, 1867

w
u

85,000
180,000
100,000
253,900

253, 900

252,928

972

c

Oct.

1,1867

G

If

500,000

180,000

180,000

179,722

278

928,900

928,900

925,540

3,360

26, 300
90,000
25,500

26,300
90,000
25,500

26,165
89,669
25,443

135
331
57

141,800

141,800

141,277

523

45,000
129,700

45,000
129, 700

44,743
128,776

257
924

174,700

200,000
1, 370,000
60,000
100,000
50,000

C

174,700

173,519

1,181

800,000
50,000

800,000
50,000

793,867
49,781

6,133
219

16
1"

4, 610
20,000
5,000

Feb. 28,1868
Mar. 3,1868
Apr. 24,1868

N
Q
N

1,400
5,580

Mar. 15,1869
Oct. 14,1869

B
U

1,000,000
200,000

150,000

Dec. 13,1871
Dec. 15,1871

V

250,000
200,000

40,COO
33,905

do
Dec. 20,1871

F
U

243,393
179,000

243,393
179, 000

241,374
177,990

2,019
1,010

1?
li

106,100
50,000

27,139
2,509

Apr. 23,1872
May 2,1872

u
V

71,000
45,000

71,000
45,000

70,166
44,550

834
450

2C
21

1,388,393

1.388.393

1,377,728

10. 665

Dec. 12,1872

B

135,000

135,000

131,801

199

Z.

17,000

Dec. 31,1872

B

118,900

118,900

117,885

1,015

2'c

500,000

3, 045

Mar. 18,1873

M

450,000

450, 000

418,805

1,195

24

300,000

56, 000

Apr. 28,1873

100,000

100,000

98,916

1,084

21

500,000
750,000

108,000
56, 027

Sept. 19,1873
Sept. 22,1873

M
V

450,000
234,000

450,000
234,000

443,949
231,175

6,051
2,825

It
21

400, 000

18, 302

Sept. 25,1873

R

360,000

360,000

357,375

2,625

25

200,000
100,000
600,000

11,801
16,000
14,161

do .
Oct. 18,1873
Oct. 23,1873

R
p
W

179,200
90,000
360,000

179,200
90,000
360,000

177,515
89,068
357,500

1,685
932
2,500

3C
31

50,000

25,000

Oct. 24,1873

U

44,530

470

32

2 501 519

20, 581

210,000
50,000
250,000
300,000

u

1,806,100
250,000
175,000

3,825,000
CUR 1904, FT 1-




45,000
2, 522,100

-20

45,000
2 522 100

11
IS
12

14
U

9C

306

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
No. 82.—NATIONAL BANKS WHICH HAVE BEEN PLACED IN THE H A N D S OF

Total dividends
paid during
existence as a
national banking association.

Organization.

Name and location of bank.
Charter
number.
33
34
35

First National .Bank, Anderson, I n d . .
44
First National Bank, Topeka, K a n s . . . 1660
First National Bank, Norfolk, Va
271

36

Gibson County National
Bank,
Princeton, Ind.
First National B a n k of Utah, Salt
Lake City, Utah.
Cook County National Bank, Chicago, 111.
First National Bank, Tiffin, Ohio
Charlottesville National Bank, Charlottesville, Ya.

Date.
J u l y 31,1863
Aug. 23,1866
F e b . 23,1864

Nov. 30,1872

1695

Nov. 15,1809

100,000

38
39
40

1845

July

8,1871

300,000

900
1468

Mar. 16,1865
J u l y 19,1865

100,000
100,000

2199

Oct.

30,1874

150,000

276
2298
1776
1954
1313
818
456
1913

Feb.
Sept.
Jan.
Apr.
June
Feb.
June
Jan.

24,1864
18,3875
26,1871
6,1872
20,1865
18,1865
2,1864
2,1872

100,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
250,000
75,000
50,000

62.3
92.0
90.5

6,000

50,000

12.0

I

Total

37

$31,150
46,000
90,500

$50,000
50,000
100,000

2066

Per
Amount. cent.

Surplus.

Capital.

125,000 125.0
53,333

17.8

108,279 108.2
149,245 149.2

Total
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49

Miners' National Bank, Georgetown,
Colo.
F o u r t h National Bank, Chicago, Ill.a
First National Bank, Bedford, I o w a . .
First National Bank, Osceola, Iowa . .
First National Bank, Duluth, Minn . .
First National Bank, La Crosse, W i s . .
City National Bank, Chicago, 111
WatkinsNational Bank, Watkins,N. Y.
First National Bank, Wichita, K a n s . .

4,500

3.0

184,008 184.0
23,500 46.1
25,000 50.0
31,500 63.0
182,500 73.0
85,450 113.9
36,975 73.9

Total
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59

First National Bank, Greenfield,
Ohio.a
National Bank of Fishkill, N. Y
First National Bank, F r a n k l i n , I n d . .
Northumberland County National
Bank, Shamokin, Pa.
First National Bank, Winchester, 111..
National E x c h a n g e Bank, Minneapolis, Minn.
National B a n k of the State of Missouri, St. Louis, Mo.
First National Bank, Delphi, I n d
FirstNational Bank,Georgetown,Colo.
Lock Haven National Bank, Lock
Haven, Pa.

101

Oct.

7,1863

971
50
689

Apr.
Aug.
Jan.

1,1865
5,1863
9,1865

80,300 160.6

50,000

1484
719

J u l y 25,1865
J a n . 16,1865

1665

Oct.

30,1866

3,410, 300

1949
1991
1273

Mar. 25,1872
May 31,1872
J u n e 14,1865

100,000
50,000
120,000

71,750 143.5
124,000 248.0

50,000
50,000

45,000

64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73

I

Third National Bank, Chicago, 111
Central National Bank, Chicago, 111..
First National Bank, Kan.sas City, Mo.
Commercial National Bank, Kansas
City, Mo.
First National Bank, Ashland, P a . « . .
First National Bank, Tarrytown, N.Y.
First National Bank, Allentown, P a . « .
First National Bank, Waynesburg,
Pa.«
Washington County National Bank,
Greenwich, N. Y.
First National Bank, Dallas, Tex
People's National Bank,Helena,Mont.
First National Bank, Bozeman, Mont.
Merchants' National Bank, Fort
Scott, Kans. a
Farmers' National Bank, Platte Citv,
Mo.

11, 035,000

862.5

236
2047
1612
1995

F e b . 5,1864
Sept, 18,18^2
Nov. 23,1865
J u n e 3,1872

120,000
200,000
100,000
100,COO

403
364
161
305

Apr. 27,1864
Apr. 5,1864
Dec. 16,1863
Mar. 5,1864

60,000
50,000
100,000
100,000

1266

J u n e 13,1865

200,000

2157
2105
2027
1927

July
May
Aug.
Jan.

16,1874
13,1873
14,1872
20,1872

100,000
100,000
50,000
50,000

45,750
10.000
20,000
34,731

45.7
10.0
40.0
69.5

2356

May

5,1877

50,000

4,000

8.0

Total




45.0

153,600 128.0

15,000

Total
60
61
62
63

143,000 71.5
222,319 370.5
670,000 1000.0

200,000 $36,205
60,000
67,»000
2,976

a Formerly in voluntary liquidation.

1,000
7,214

38,000 19.0
540,500 540.5
25,000 25.0
187,131 311.9
132,250 204.5

222

86,692

86.7

205,940 102. 9

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY".

307

RECEIVERS, TOGETHER WITH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, ETC.—Continued.

Failures.

Circulation.
Lawful
m o n e y deposited.

Capital.

Surplus.

Receiver ap- Cause
of
pointed.
failure.

Issued.

R e d e e m e d . Outstanding.

$45,000
90,000
95,000

$45,000
90,000
95,000

844,270
89,100
93,815

$730
900
1,185

230,000

230,000

227,185

2,815

43,800

43,800

43, 590

210

V

118,191

118,191

117,380

811

37

1,1875

V

285,100

285,100

283,733

1, 367

38

20,000
22,254

Oct. 22,1875
Oct. 28,1875

E
II

45,000
146, 585

45,000
146, 585

44,165
144,915

835
1,670

QC

638,676

638,676

633,783

4,893

968

Jan. 24,1876

V

45, 000

45, 000

44,710

290

41

V

25,000
130,000
3,000
12, 000

Feb. 1,1876
.
do
Feb. 25,1876
Mar. 13,1876
Apr. 11,1876
May 17,1876
Julv 12,1876
Sept. 23,1876

V
p
p
V
G
B

85, 700
27,000
45,000
45,000
45,000
137,209
67,500
43, 200

85,700
27,000
45,000
45,000
45,000
137,209
67,500
43, 200

83,219
26,870
44,580
44.773
44,278
134,486
66,232
42,694

2,481
130
420
227
722
2,723
1,268
506

42
43
44
45
46
47
48
43

540,609

540, 609

531,842

8,767

50,000

10,000

Dec. 12,1876

U

29, 662

29, 662

28, 714

948

50

200, 000
132,000
67,000

30,000
28,538

Jan. 27,1877
Feb. 13,1877
Mar. 12,1877

B
B
M

177,200
92,092
60,300

177,200
92,092
GQ} 300

175,115
90,257
59, 360

2,085
1,835
940

51
52
53

50,000
100, C O
O

17,135
20,000

Mar. 16,1877
May 24,1877

W
M

45,000
90,000

45,000
90,000

44,252
88,910

748
1,090

54
55

2, 500,000

248,775

June 23,1877

O

296,274

296,274

280,940

15,334

56

50,000
75,000
120,000

20,000
65,000
8,000

Julv 20,1877
Aug. 18,1877
Aug. 20,1877

w
u

45,000
45,000
71,200

45,000
45,000
71,200

44,283
44,685
70,278

717
315
922

57
58
59

951,728

951,728

926,794

24,934

597,840
45, 000
44,490
44,500

586,573
44.439
4L>; 470
43, 648

11,267
561
2,020
852

60
61
62
63

§23,839
7,000
3,000

Nov. 23,1873
Dec. 16,1873
J u n e 3,1874

P
P
(x

50,000

1,000

Nov. 28,1874

X

150,000

18, 719

Dec. 10,1874

500,000

80,000

Feb.

100,000
200,000

$50,000
100,000
100, 000
250, 000

1,000,000
150,000
200,000
30,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
250,000
75,000
60,000

10,000

965,000

V

[

3,344,000

.

33
34
35

36

750,000
200,000
500,000
100,000

200,000
10,000
25,000
6,392

Nov. 24,1877
Dec. 1,1877
Feb. 11,1878
do

V

597,840
45,000
44,490
44, 500

112,500
100,000
250,000
100,000

19,000
25,000
220,000

Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
May

28,1878
23,1878
15,1878
15,1878

V
V
N
V

75,554
89,200
78,641
7,002

75,554
89,200
78,641
7,002

73,545
87,397
76,184
6,277

2,009
1,803
2,457

64
65
66
67

200,000

24,000

June

8,1878

p

114,220

114,220

112,450

1,770

68

50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000

5,000
8,000
7,000
13,500

do
Sept. 13,1878
Sept. 14,1878
Sept, 25,1878

29, 800
89,300
44,400
35, 328

29,800
89,300
44,400
35,328

29, 315
88,880
43,805
34,698

485
420
595
630

69
70
71
72

27, 000

27, 000

26, 780

220

73

1,322,275

1,322, 275

1,296,461

25,814

50, 000

Oct.

2, 612,500




V
y

1

1,1878

N

j

308

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER

OF THE CURRENCY.

No. 82.—NATIONAL BANKS WHICH HAVE BEEN PLACED IN THE HANDS OF
Total d i v i d e n d s

paid during
existence as a
national banking association.

Organization.

Name and location of bank.
Charter
number.

Date.

Amount.

Per
cent.

$57, 750 115.5

1856

J u l y 31,1871

$50,000

May

14,1877

130,000

$2,000

1734
1227

Nov. 15,1870
J u n e 6,1865

250,COO
100,000

11,872

49
1200
2208
309

Aug. 5,1863
Mav 31,1865
Dec.
3,1874
Mar. 11,1864

100,000
100,000
50,000
50,000

392,125
92, 000
7,400
139,000

115
52
470

Oct. 27,1863
Aug. 7,1863
J u n e 30,1864

70,000
125,000
100,000

248,400 354.8
605,250 484.2
387,000 387.0

78
79
80
81

82
83
84

First National Bank, Mcadville, P a . . .
First National Bank, Newark, N. J
First National Bank, Brattleboro, V t . .

85

Mechanics' National Bank, Newark, 1251
N.J.
235
First National Bank, Buffalo, N. Y
Pacific National Bank, Boston, Mass.. 2373

76
77

Surplus.

2358

First National Bank, Warrensburg,
Mo.
German-American National Bank,
Washington, D.C.
German National Bank, Chicago, Ill.«.
Commercial National Bank, Saratoga
Springs, N. Y.
Second National Bank, Scranton, Pa.«.
National Bank of Poultnev, Vt
First National Bank,Monticello, I n d .
First National Bank, Butler, Pa

74
75

Capital.

113,000 113.0
392.1
92.0
14.8
278.0

Total

1

Total

86
87

June

9,1865

500,000 251,802

Feb.
Nov.

5,1864
9,1877

100,000
250, 000

1,198,000 239.6
287,500 287.5
75,000 30.0

Total
88
89

First National Bank of Union Mills,
Union City, Pa.
Vermont National Bank, St. Albans,
Vt.

91,955 183.9

110

Oct.

23,1863

50,000

1583

Oct.

11,1865

200,000

2420
2889

Mar. 19,1879
Feb. 24,1883

60,000
100,000

63,000 105.0
3.0
3,000

269
2751
1215
2887

Feb. 20,1864
J u l y 7,1882
J u n e 3,1865
Feb. 17,1883

100,000
75,000
400,0C0
50,000

197,000 197.0
15,000 20.0
659,643 164.9
6.0
3,000

2090

Mar.

5,1873

270,000

3006

J u l y 16,1883

50,000

166
2578

Dec.
Oct.

22,1863
25,1881

50,000
50,000

2942

May

7,1883

50,000

1276

J u n e 14,1865

200,000

1791
1510

Feb. 18,1871
Aug. 9,1865

50,000
100, 000

1137

May

13,1865

100,000

Nov. 29,1870
Nov. 22,1864

50,000
200,000

Mar. 15,1880

50,000

10,000

20.0

Feb.

2,1882

50,000

12,000

24.0

Nov.

3,1864

100,000

186,000

93.0

Total
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
LOO

First National Bank, Leadville, Colo..
City National Bank, Lawrenceburg,
Ind.a
First National Bank, St. Albans, V t . . .
First National Bank, Monmonth, 111..
Marine National Bank,New York,N.Y.
Hot Springs National Bank, Hot
Springs, Ark.
Richmond National Bank,Richmond,
Ind.
First National Bank,
Livingston,
Mont.
First National Bank, Albion,N. Y . . . .
First National Bank, Jamestown, N.
Dak.
Logan National Bank, West Liberty,
Ohio.

2,000

274,000 101.5
170,500 341.0
4,000

8.0

Total
LOl
102
OS
L04

Middletown National Bank, Middletown, N . Y .
Farmers' National Bank, B u s h n e l l . I l l .
Schoharie County National Bank,
Schoharie,N.Y.
E x c h a n g e National Bank, Norfolk, Va.

23,128

356,000 178.0
38,500

77.0

337,500 337.5

Total
L05
L06
L07
108
L09

First National Bank, Lake City, M i n n . 1740
Lancaster National Bank, Clinton,
583
Mass.
First National Bank, Sioux Falls, S.
2465
Dak.
First National Bank, Wahpeton, N.
2624
Dak.
First National Bank, Angelica, N . Y . .
564




o Formerly in voluntary liquidation.

32,894

90,142 190.3
285,000 142.5

186,000 '186.0

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY. 309
RECEIVERS, TOGETHER WITH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS,

ETC.—Continued.

Circulation

Fail; ires.
Lawful
m o n e y deposited.
Capital.

$100, 000

Surplus.

Receiver appointed.

Cause
of
failure.

Redeemed. Outstanding.

X

$45,000

$45,000

$44,222

$778

74

P

62, 500

62,500

62,175

325

75

Dee. 20,1878
Feb. 11,1879

B
X

42, 795
86,900

42,795
86,900

39,810
85,254

2, 985
1,646

76
77

70.000
4,000
2,000
10,600

Mar. 15,1879
Apr. 7,1879
Julv 18.1879
July 23,1879

X
X

91,465
90,000
27,000
71,165

91,465
90,000
27,000
71,165

88,503
88,442
26,594
69,190

2,902
1,558
406
1,975

78
79
80
81

516, 825

516,825

504,250

12,575

20,000
62,584
57, 000

J u n e 9.1880
June 1411880
June 19,3880

R
F
N

89.500
326,643
90,000

89,500
326,643
90, 000

87,035
319,149
85, 998

2,465
7,494
4,002

506,143

506,143

492,182

13,961

Nov.

2,1881

C

449, 900

449, 900

439,852

10,048

85

Apr. 22.1882
Mav 22.1882

P

99,500
450,000

99,500
450, 000

97,560
447,144

1,940
2,856

86
87

14,844

$10, G O
O

130,000
500,000
100, 000

125,000
40,476

200,000
100, 000
50,000
50,000

Nov.

2,000

1,1878

do

1, 230,000
100, 000
300, 000
300,000

Issued.

700,000
500, 000

400,000

100.000
961;300

50,000

s

82
83
84

999, 400

999,400

984,556

50,000

13,455

Mar. 24,1883

s

43,000

43, 000

41, 772

1,228

88

200, 000

25,000

Aug.

9,1883

V

65, 200

65,200

62, 558

2,642

89

108, 200

108,200

104,330

3,870

60,000
100 000

15,000

Jan. 24,1884
Mar. 11,1884

B
G

53,000
77,000

53,000
77, 000

52,105
76, 260

895
740

90
<)1

100,000
75,000
400,000
50, 000

40,000
15,000
225, (03
' 180

Apr. 22,1884
do
Mav 13.1884
J u n e 2,1884

P
B
T
E

89, 980
27,000
260,100
40,850

89,980
27,000
260,100
40, 850

87, 958
26,820
252, 003
40,480

2,022
180
8, 097
370

92
93
94
95

250,000

38,000

July 23,1884

II

158,900

158,900

151, 595

7,305

96

Aug. 25,1884

X

11,210

11,240

11,100

140

97

1,561,300

250,000

50,000
100,000
50, 000

20,oao
12.500

Aug. 26,1884
Sept. 13,1884

B
E

90.000
18j 650

90,000
18,650

87,110
18,415

2,890
235

98
99

50,000

1,000

Oct. 18,1884

P

23,400

23,400

23,190

210

100

850,120

850,120

827,036

23,084

1,285,000
200, 000

40, 000

Nov. 29,1884

I

176,000

176,000

172,330

3, 670

101

50,0)0
50,000

7, 500
15, 000

Dee. 17,1884
Mar. 23,1885

L
B

44,000
38,350

44,000
38,350

42,900
36,820

1,100
1,530

102
103

300,000

150,000

Apr.

O

228,200

228,200

222, 372

5,828

104

486,550

486,550

474,422

12,128

9,1885

600, 000
50,000
100,000

10,000
20,000

50, 000

30,447

50,000

4,000

100.000

20.100

Jan. 4,1886
Jan. 20,1886

E
B

44,420
72.360

44,420
72,360

43,280
69,134

1,140
3,226

105
106

Mar. 11,1886

J

10,740

10,740

10,475

265

107

Apr.

8.1886

J

17,120

17,120

16,835

285

108

Apr. 19,1886

A

89,000

89,000

86,425

2,575

109




310

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER

OF THE

CURRENCY.

No. 82.—NATIONAL BANKS WHICH HAVE BEEN PLACED IN THE HANDS OF
Total dividends
Organization.

Name and location of bank.
'.Chari tor |
i nurn- i
i ber. |

Date.

City National Bank, Williamsport, Pa.! 2139 Mar. 17,1874 « $100,000
Abington National Bank, Abington, j 1386 July 1,1865 I 150,000
Mass.«
I
First National Bank, Blair, Nebr
2721 June 7,1882 |
Total.
First National Bank, Pine Bluff, Ark..!
Palatka National Bank, Palatka, Fla..!
Fidelity National Bank, Cincinnati,
Ohio.
Henrietta National Bank, Henrietta,
Tex.
National Bank of Sumter, S. C
First National Bank, Dansvillc, N. Y..
First National Bank, Corry, Pa
Stafford National Bank, Stafford
Springs, Conn.

2776
3266
3461

Sept.
Nov.
Feb.

3022 I
|
3082 j
75 j
605 j
686 !
!

Total.
Fifth National Bank, St. Louis, Mo...! 2835 !
Metropolitan National Bank of Cin- j 2542 [
cinnati, Ohio.
'
First National Bank, Auburn, N. Y . . . 231
Commercial National Bank, Dubuque, j 1801 ;
Iowa.
j
State National Bank, Raleigh, N.C...J 1682 ,'
Second National Bank, Xenia, Ohio..j 277 !
Madison National Bank, Madison, S. j 3597
Dak.
. 1
I
Lowell National Bank, Lowell, Mich.. j 1280
Total.
California National Bank, San Fran- l 3592 ; Oct. 20,1886 J
cisco, Cal.
I
!
First National Bank, Anoka, Minn
\ 2800 | Sept. 14,1882
Total.
National Bank of Shclbyville, Term..'
First National Bank, Sheffield, Ala...!
Third National Bank, Malone, N. Y..I
First National Bank, Abilene, Kans .. |
Harper National Bank, Harper, Kans.I
Gloucester City National Bank, Gloucester City, N. J.
Park National Bank, Chicago, 111
j
StateNationalBank, Wellington, Kans. |
Kingman National Bank, Kingman, !
Kans.
i

2198
3617
3366
2427
3431
3936

Oct.
! Jan.
I July
June

29,
14,
15.
23,

3502
3564
3559

Total.
First National Bank, Alma, Kans
3769
First National Bank, Belleville, Kans. 3386
First National Bank, Meade Center, 3695
Kans.
American National Bank, Arkansas 3992
City, Kans.
City National Bank, Hastings, N e b r . . 3099
People's National Bank, Fayettevilie, 2003
N. C.
Spokane National Bank, Spokane 3838
Falls, Wash.
First National Bank, Ellsworth, Kans. 3249
Second National Bank, McPherson, I 3791
Kans.
!
a Restored




Dec.
June
Jan.
Sept. 11,1884
Sept. 16,1887 j
to solvency.

paid during
existence as a
national banking .association.
Per

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER

OF THE CCRRENCY.

311

RECEIVERS, TOGETHER WITH CAPITAL AXD SURPLUS, ETC.—Continued.

Failures.

Circulution.
Lawful
! money de. I posited.

._

Capital, j Surplus.

$100,000
150,000 !

$12,500
25,300

Receiver ap- S Cause I
; of
failure.!
May 4.18S6 :
Aug. "2,1880 |

11,000 j Sept.

V

650,000
50,000 !
50,000 i.
1,000,000 j
50,000 !
50,000
50,000
100,000
200,000

$43, 140 !
425 ,

Redeemed. i Outstanding.

$43, 140 i
425 !

$41,545
25,425

I
I
j
i

20,000

26,180

20,180 i
328,385 I

318, 924

V
V
B

50, 000
8, 000

Aug. 17,1887 |

K

11,250 !

Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Oct.

A
B
V
B

11. 250 '
15, 730 '
73, 829 i
139, 048

24,1887
8,1887
11,1887
17,1887

!
i
•
!

9,4G1

25,820
18,8C0
89, 097

280 |
210 !
000 ;

NOV. 20,1880 ;
J u n e 3,1887 j
J u n e 27,1887 !

10,000
15,000
10,183
24,000

11, 595

25,805

328, 385

50, 000

8,18*6 •

D
L

I^ued.

11,250
11,
15,
73,
139,

460
350
903

11,065

185

11,060
14,405
70,917
134,984

190
1,325
2,912
4,064

3,720
2,328

2,068

128

450

129

228

Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Jan.
Feb.
June

123
124

130

13,1889
23,1889
30,1889
21,1890
10,1890
12,1890

485 I 139

750 000
75, 000
50.000

so;ooo

Nov. 21, 1890 i
Dec. 12 1890 |
Dec. 24, 1890 t

300 000

24, 000 Dec. 26, 1890 '

125,000

Jan. 14,1891 !
32,000; Jan. 20,1891 |

100,000

25,000 j Feb.

50,000
50,000

3,1891 |

10,000 Feb. 11,1891 !
7,500 iMar. 25,1891 1




H
G
V
G
J
R
H
F
Q

167,210

4, 240

171,450 I
1,603
000
4, 000

171,450 !

11, 250
10,750

16,875 j
11,250 j
10,750 j

16,660
11.000 !
10;530 |

215
250
220 i 142

45,000 |

45,000 !

44,360 |

640 ! 143

22,500
28,800
21,700 •

22,500 I
28,800 I

21,990 |
27,133 |

510 i 144
1,667 j 145

21,700

21,335 |

10,750
11,250

10,750
11,250 |

10,565 !
11,030 |

i

185 147
220 I 148

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
No.

82.—NATIONAL BANKS WHICH HATE BEEN PLACED IN THE HANDS OF
Total dividends

paid during
existence as a
national banking association.

Organization.
Name and location of bank.
Charter
number.
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164

165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181

Pratt County National Bank, Pratt,
Kans.
Keystone National Bank, Philadelphia, Pa.
Spring Garden National Bank, Philadelphia, Pa.
National City Bank, Marshall, Mich..
Red Cloud National Bank, Red Cloud,
Nebr.
Asburv Park National Bank, Asburv
Park, N. J.
Ninth National Bank, Dallas, Tex
First National Bank, Red Cloud, Nebr.
Central Nebraska National Bank,
Broken Bow, Nebr.
Florence National Bank, Florence,
Ala.
First National Bank, Palatka. Fla....
First National Bank, Kansas City,
Kans.
Rio Grande National Bank, Laredo,
Tex.
First National Bank, Clearficld, Pa...
Farley National Bank, Montgomery,
Ala. a
First National Bank, Cold water, Kans.
Total
Maverick National Bank, Boston.
Mass.
Corry National Bank, Corrv, Pa
Cheyenne National Bank, Cheyenne,
Wyo.
California National Bank, San Diego.
Cal.
First National Bank, Wilmington,
N. C.
Huron National Bank, Huron, S. Dak.
First National Bank, Downs, Kans
First National Bank, Muncv, Pa
Bell County National Bank, Temple,
Tex.
First National Bank,Deming,N. Mex.
First National Bank, Silver Citv, N.
Mex.
Lima National Bank, Lima, Ohio
National Bank of Guthrie, Okla
Cherry vale National Bank, Cherryvale, Kans.
First National Bank. Erie, Kans
First National Bank, Rockwall, Tex ..
Vincennes National Bank, Vincennes,
Ind.

Date.

Capital.

Surplus.

Per
Amount. cent.

3787

Sept. 8,1887

$50,000

2291

July 30,1875

200,000

$122,730

61.4

3468

Mar. 13,1886

500,000

122,198

24.4

2023
3181

July 29,1872
May 10,1884

100,000
50,000

162,500 162.5
23,275 46.5

3792

Sept. 17,1887

100,000

4415
2811
3927

Sept. 12,1890
Nov. 8,1882
Sept. 28,1888

300, 000
50,000
60,000

4135

Oct.

3,1889

50,000

3223
3706

July 15,1884
May 17,1887

50,000
100,000

6.0
18,000
57,250 114.5
8,400 14.0

4146

Oct. 28,1889

100,000

768
4180

Jan. 30,1865
Dec. 18.1889

100,000
100,000

3703

May

50, 000 100.0
25,000 25.0

9,1887

52,000

209,000 209.0
2,080

4.0

677

Dec. 31,1864

400,000 161,390

984,000 241.0

569
3416

Nov. 12,1864
Dec. 2,1885

100,000
100,000

198,000 198.0
26,000 26.0

3828

Dec. 29,1887

150,000

1656

July 25,1866

250, 000

290, 710 116.3

3267
3569
837
4404

Nov.
Oct.
Feb.
Aug.

21,1884
12,1886
23,1865
25,1890

50,000
50,000
100,000
50,000

27,750 55.5
17,693 35.4
212,988 213.0
5.0
2,500

3160
3554

Apr. 22,1884
Sept. 17,1886

50,000
50, 000

30,000

112.5
60.0

2859
4383
4288

Jan. 16,1883
July 31,1890
Apr. 16,1890

1C0,000
100,000
50,000

87, 500
2,500
3,500

87.5
2. 5
7.0

3963
3S90
1454

Jan. 15,1889
May 29,1888
July 17,1865

50,000
50,000
100,000

4264

Mar. 18,1890

50,000

3,500

7.0

3297

Jan. 28,1885

65,000

58,500

90.0

2988
4213

June 29,1883
Jan. 21,1890

100,000
500,000

272,500 272. 5
35,000
7.0

79, 000

rrd, 2 5 0

52.7

5, 954 11.9
15,000 30.0
441,000 441.0

Total
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191

First National Bank, Del Norte,
Colo.
Newton National Bank, Newton,
Kans.
Capital National Bank, Lincoln, Nebr.
Bankers and Merchants' National
Bank, Dallas, Tex.
First National Bank, Little Rock,
Ark.
Commercial National Bank, Nashville, Tenn.
Alabama National Bank, Mobile, Ala.
First National Bank, Ponca, Nebr
Second National Bank, Columbia,
Tenn.
Columbia National Bank, Chicago, 111.




1648

Apr. 12,1866

150,000

554,250 369. 5

3228

July 22,1884

200, 000

232,500 116.25

1817
3627
2568

May 13,1871
Jan. 28,1887
Oct. 3,1881

300,000
50,000
50,000

255,830 85.02
24,000 48.0
64,000 128.8

3677

Apr. 23,1887

200,000

« Restored to solvency.

30,000

1.5

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313

RECEIVERS, TOGETHER WITH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, ETC.—Continued.
I

Failures.

Circulation.
Lawful
m o n e y deposited.

Capital.

Surplus.

Receiver ap- Cause
of
pointed.
failure.

Issued.

Redeemed. Outstanding.

$50,000

$3,000

Apr.

7,1891

H

$10,750

$10,750

f10, 470

$280

149

500,000

100,000

May

9,1891

O

41,180

41,180

39,010

2,170

150

750,000

132,500

May 21,1891

Q

45,000

45,000

44, 065

935

151

100,000
75,000

20,000
3, 000

J u n e 22,1891
July 1,1891

D
V

44,000
16, 875

44,000
16,875

1,737
410

152
153

G

20,700

20, 700

42,263
10,46o
20,300

400

154

Q

45,000
16,275
13,500

45.000
16,275
13,500

43,750
15,860
13,313

1,250
415
187

155
156
157

100, 000

3, 500

July

300, 000
75, 000
60,000

4,000
9, 000
4,600

J u l v 16,1891
. *do.
J u l y 21,1891

00,000

500

J u l y 23,1891

O

12,900

12,900

12,480

420

158

23,600
10, 500

Aug. 7,1891
Aug. 17,1891

H
G

33,250
33,750

33,250
33, 750

32,645
33,000

605
750

159
160

100,000

Oct.

3,1891

V

22,500

22,500

22,000

500

161

100,000
100 000

46,000 Oct. 7,1891
do
8 000

R

95,597

95,597
22 500

91,115

4,482
22 500

162
163
164

150,000
150,000

52,000

2,1891

8

v

Oct. 14,1891

H

3, 622,000

11,200

11,200

10, 990

210

641,352

790

663,852

622,329

41,523

400,000

800,000

Nov. 2,1891

F

78,894

78,894

68,659

10,235

165

100,000
150, 000

17,000
15,000

Nov. 21,1891
Dec. 5,1891

R
O

96,180
33,750

96,180
33,750

92,442
33,020

3,738
730

166
167

500,000

100,000

Dec. 18,1891

o

45,000

45,000

44,150

850

168

250, 000

17,512

Dec. 21,1891

B

52,880

52, 880

50,060

2,820

169

75,000
50, 000
100,000
50,000

U

15.958
2^500

J a n . 7,1892
Feb. 6,1892
Feb. 9,1892
Feb. 19,1892

18, 000
10,750
91,899
11,250

17.645
10,525
90.458
10,980

355
225
4,441
270

170
171
172
173

100,000
50 000

13,500 Feb. 29,1892
4 000
do

B
V
P

18,000
10, 750
94, 899
11,250
22, 500
11,250

22,500
11 250

21,830
10 950

670
300

174
175

200,000
100, 000
50,000

44,000
2, 000
1,000

Mar. 21,1892
J u n e 22.1892
J u l y 2,1892

%

45,000
21,800
11,250

45, 000
21,800
11,250

43,658
21. 470
10i910

1,342
330
340

176
177
178

50, 000
125, 000
100,000

1,500
17,500
40, 000

Julv 20,1892
J u l y 22,1892

V
Q
R

11,250
26,720
31,780

11,250
26, 720
31, 780

10, 980
26,260
27,170

270
460
4,610

179
180
181

623,153

623,153

591,167

31,986

4,800

J a n . 14,1893

G

11,250

11,250

11,040

210

182

J a n . 16,1893

Y

48, 740

48,740

47, 730

1,010

183

Feb.

B

43,700
44, 000

43,700
44, 000

42,290
43,000

1,410
1,000

184
185

do

v
s

G

2,450, 000
50,000
100, 000
300,000
500,000

6,000
10,000

500 000

100 000

500,000

100, 000

150,000
50,000
100,000
1,000,000

3,400
18,500
50,000

6,1893

. ..do.

o
T

63,495

63,495

55 215

8 280

6,1893

Q

45,000

45,000

41,850

3,150

187

Apr. 17,1893
May 13,1893
May 19,1893

V

42,800
11,250
22,500

35.900
10,800
21,250

6,900
450
1,250

188

Q
T

42,800
11,250
22, 500

May 22,1893

Q

43,600

43,600

41,658

1,942

191

do
Apr.




189
190

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BEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLEK OF THE CURRENCY.
No. 82.—NATIONAL BANKS WHICH HAVE BEEN PLACED IN THE HANDS OF

Total dividends
paid during
existence as a
national bankj ing associai
tion.

Organization.
Name and location of bank.
Charter !

Surplus.

Amount.

Per
cent.

$200,000
250,000

111,000
52,500

5.5
21.0

J u n e 29,1892

100,000

2,000

2.0

Aug. 5,1887

300,000

36, 000

12.0

July 16,1887

100,000

34,500

34.5

Oct. 23,1889
Sept. 1,1874

50,000
50,000

12,000 24.0
102,600 205.2

Jan. 7,1890
J u n e 30,1885

50,000
50,000-

Date.

Capital.

Aug. 30,1889
Mar. 12,1890

ber. I

Elmira National Bank, Elmira, N. Y .. 4105 !
National Bank of North Dakota, 4256 !
Fargo, N. Dak.
Evanston National Bank, Evanston, 4767
111.
National Bank of Deposit of the City 3771
of New York.
Oglethorpe National Bank, Bruns- j 3753
wick, Ga.
First National Bank, Lakota, N. Dak. 4143
First National Bank, Cedar F a l l s , I 2177
Iowa.
First National Bank, Brady, Tex
4198
First National Bank, Arkansas City, 3360
Kans. a
Citizens' National Bank, Hillsboro, 2039
Ohio.
First National Bank, Brunswick, Ga. 3116
City National Bank, Brownwood, 4344
Tex. a
Merchants' National Bank, Taconia, 3172
Wash.
City National Bank, Greenville, Mich. 3243
First National Bank, W h a t c o m , j 4099
Wash.
Columbia National Bank, New What- 4351
com, Wash.
Citizens' National Bank, Spokane, 4185
Wash, a
|
First National Bank, Phillipsburg, I 4658
Mont.«
j.
Linn County National Bank, Albany, ; 4326
Oreg.
j
Nebraska National Bank, Beatrice, j 4185
Nebr.
Gulf National Bank, Tampa, F l a . . . . 4478
Livingston National Bank, Living- j 4117
ston, Mont.
I
Chemical National Bank, Chicago, 111. i 4666
Bozeman National Bank, Bozeman, 2803
Mont, o
Consolidated National Bank, San 3056
Diego, Cal.
j
First National Bank, Cedartown, Ga.! 4075
Merchants' National Bank, Great j 4434
Falls, Mont.
State National Bank, Knoxville, Tenn.; 4102
Montana National Bank, Helena, ! 2813
Mont.«
Indianapolis National Bank. Indian- ! 581
apolis, Incl.
|
Northern National Bank, Big Rapids, j 1832
Mich.
i
First National Bank, Great Falls, | 3525
Mont, a
j
First National Bank, Kankakee, 111. a.\ 1793
National Bank of the Commonwealth, j 4692
Manchester, N. H.
I
First National Bank, Starkville, Miss.| 3688
Stock-Growers' National Bank, Miles | 3275
City, Mont.
I
Texas National Bank, San Antonio, | 3298
Tex.
I
Albuquerque National Bank, Albu- j 322
querque, N. Mex.
First National Bank, Vernon, T e x . . . 4033
First National Bank, Middlesboro, Ky. 4201
First National Bank, Orlando, Fla. a ... 3469
Citizens' National Bank, Muncie, Ind. a 2234
First National Bank, Hot Springs, S. 4370

Dak.




Sept. 4,1872

100, 000

15,000 30.0
62,000 124.0
199,156 199.1

Feb. 2,1884
J u n e 17,1890

55,000
75,000

56,200 102.2
58,000 77.3

May

110,000 220.0

2,1884

50,000

Aug. 28,1884
Aug. 26,1889

50,000
50,000

32,250
5,000

64.5
10.0

4,000

4.0

June 28,1890

100,000

Apr.

8,1889

150,000

Dec.

5,1891

50,000

May 31,1890

100, 000

Dec.

100,000

21,1889

Dec. 2,1890
Sept. 11,1889

10,000
I

50,000 I.
50,000 j .

10.0

19, 362

19.3

4,000

8.0

Dec. 15,1891 1,000,000 j .
50,000 '.
Oct. 23,1882

49,500 | 99.0

250,0C0 '.

180,000 j 72.0

75,000
100,000
100,000
250,000 !
I

11,250 I 15.0

Sept, 22,1883

i

July 16,1889 !
Oct. 7,1890 I
Aug. 28,1889
Nov. 11,1882
Nov. 21,1864
June 5,1871
July

260,000 104.0

300,000 |

1,1886

Feb. 20,1871
Feb. 9,1892 j

1,249,000 416.3

90,000 !
!
250,000 !
50,000 I
100,000

183,053 1203.4
122,250 I 48.8
140,500 1280.9

i

Apr. 30,188*7 i
Dec. 20,1884 J

50,000
100,000 |.

16,500
23,000

33.0
23.0

Jan. 31,1885 j

100,000 j.

26, 000

26.0

July 14,1884
May
Jan.
Mar.
Mar.
July

13,1889
8,1890
16,1886
15,1875
15,1890

a Restored to solvency.

50,000 |
.
50, 000
50,000
50, 000
100,000
50,000

69, 750 133.5
39,000
27,500 45.0
196,992 196. 9

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

315

RECEIVERS, TOGETHER WITH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, ETC.—Continued.

Failures.

C rculation.
Lawful
m o n e y deposited.

Capital.

$200,000
250,000

Surplus.

$16,009
7, 797

Receiver appointed.

Cause
of
failure.

Mav 26,1893
Jmic 6,1893

O
Q

$43,000
44,250

$43 000
44, 250

Issued.

K edeemed.

Outstanding.

#11, 750
42,700

81,250
1,550

192
193
194

100 000

245

June

7,1893

T

22,500

22 500

21, 720

780

300 000

60,000

June

9,1893

F

45,000

45 000

43,815

1,185

195

150, 000

35, 000

J u n e 12,1893

Y

32,900

32 900

31,770

1,130

196

50 000
50 000

1,931
25,000

June 13,1893
.do

U
L

11,250
11,250

11 250
11, 250

10,910
9,802

340
1, 448

197
198

50 000
125 000

3,000
25,000

do
J u n e 15,1893

T

11,250
28,120

11 250
28, 120

10,900
26,210

350
1,910

199
200

Q

24, 550

21, 550

21,620

2,930

201

44, 000

42,370

1,630

202
203

(.T

100, 000

50,000

June 16,1893

200, 000
150 000

50,000
6 000

June 17,1893
June 20,1893

?

44,000

I 2 5 0 , 000

75, 000

June 23,1893

Y

45,000

45, 000

43, 840

1,160

204

50, 000
50, 000

6,064
3, 000

June 27,1893
do

Q
Y

11,250
11,250

11, 250
11, 950

10,920
10,930

330
320

205
<>0fi

100, 000

1,000

22, 500

9-> .500

22 015

485

do.

Y

'>07
208
209

8,1893

Y

July 10,1893

V

21,700

21, 700

20,970

730

210

7, 500

July 12,1893

Y

21,880

21, 880

2.1,520

360

211

11, 250
10, 750

10,960
10,470

290
280

213

44,000

l,C00
11,250

214
915

100, 000

15,000

100, 000
50, 000
50. 000

Y

1,1893

July

50 000

...

July

150 000

10, 000

Julv 14,1893
July 20,1893

Y

11,250
10,750

1, 000, 000
50, 000

T
Y

45,000

10, 000

Julv 21,1893
Julv 22,1893

45, 000
11, 250

250, 000

50, 000

July 24,1893

Y

55, 300

55, 300

53,540

1, 760

216

75, 000
100, 000

8,470

July 26.1893
Julv 29 1893

Y

16,370
22 500

.16, 370
500

15,800
22 025

570
475

217
218

100, 000
500,000

7,000
100,000

do
Aug. 2,1893

Y
Y

21,800
8, 230

800
45, 000

21,110
8,230

690
36,770

219
220

300, 000

GO, 000

221

Aug.

3,1893

B

57,212

57, 212

47,073

10,139

Aug.

100, 000

5,1893

W

33, 250

?>S, 250

31,475

1, 775

222

Y

10 705

45 000

10 765

34 9 3 5

293

o
o
o

67, 500

250
67, 500

6»), 605

11 950 994
895 225

13,500
17,100

13, 500
17 100

.13,045
16 370

250 000

95 000

50, oon
200, 000

22, 000
5,000

do
Aug. 7,1893

GO, 000
75, 000

3, 782
10,000

Aug. 9,1893
do

do

n

455
730

226
227

100, 000

20,000

Aug. 10,1893

Y

22, 500

22 500

21,640

860

228

175, 000

38,000

Aug. 11,1893

V

41,150

44, 150

42,695

1, 455

229

100,000
50,000
150,000
200, 000
50, 000

10,000
2,000

Aug. 12,1893
do
Aug. 14,1893
do
Aug. 17,1893

V
V
Y

22, 500
11,250

2? 500
l l j 250

22,080
10,890

420
360

Y

11, 250

45, 000
11, 250

11,110

45,000
140

230
231
939
233
234

55,666
10,000




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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
No. 82.—NATIONAL BANKS WHICH HAVE BEEN PLACED IN THE H A N D S OF

Total dividends
paid during
existence as a
national banking association.

Organization.
Name and location of bank.
Charter
number.
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246

First National Bank, Marion, Kans...
Washington National Bank, Taeorna,
Wash.
El Paso National Bank, El Paso, Tex.
Lloyd's National Bank, Jamestown,
N. Dak.
National Granite State Bank, Exeter,
N. H.
Chamberlain National Bank, Chamberlain, S. Dak.
Port Townsend National Bank, Port
Townsend, Wash.
First National Bank, Port Angeles,
Wash, a
First National Bank, Sundance, Wyo.
First National Bank, North Manchester, Ind.
Commercial National Bank, Denver,
Colo.
First National Bank, Dayton, Tenn...

Date.

3018
4018

July 28,1883
Apr. 23,1889

$75,000
100,000

$72,682
44, 0G0

96.9
44.0

3608
4561

Dec. 22,1886
May 4,1891

150,000
100,000

54,000
6,000

36.0

1147

May 15,1865

100,000

4282

Apr.

8,1890

50,000

4290

Apr. 18,1890

100,000

4315

May 19,1890

50,000

4343
2903

June 16,1890
Mar. 17,1883

50,000
50,000

4113

Sept. 6,1889

250,000

4362

July 10,1890

50, 000

Capital.

Surplus.

Per
Amount cent.

6.0

240,500 240. 5
4,500

9.0

10,000
38,673

20.0
77.3

8,500

17.0

39,738

79.5

Total
Hutehinson National Bank, Hutchinson, Kans.
First National Bank, Spokane Falls,
Wash.
Oregon National Bank, Portland,
Oreg.
Citizens' National Bank, Grand Island, Nebr.
First National Bank, Fort Payne.
Ala.
Third National Bank, Detroit, Mich..
First National Bank, Watkins, N. Y...
First National Bank, Llano, Tex
American National Bank, Springfield,
Mo.
First National Bank, Sedalia, Mo
National Bank of Pendleton, Oreg
State National Bank Wichita, Kans ..
German National Bank, Denver, Colo.
Black Hills National Bank, Rapid
City, S. Dak.
First National Bank. Arlington. Oreg.
Baker City National Bank, Baker City,
Oreg.
First National Bank. Grant, Nebr
Wichita National Bank, Wichita,
Kans.
State National Bank, Yemen, Tex
National Bank of Middletown, Pa
First National Bank, Kearney, Nebr..
Total

3199

May 29,1884

50,000

2805

Oct. 24,1882

50, 000

3719

June 7,1887

100,000

3101

Dec. 29,1883

60,000

35,000

4064

July

2,1889

50,000

4,000

8.0

3514
3047
4316
4360

June
Sept.
Mav
July

1,1886
14,1883
20,1890
9,1890

200, 000
50,000
50,000
200,000

66,000
32,500
15,750
8,000

33.0
65.0
31.5

1627
4249
3524
2351
3401

Jan.
Mar.
June
Apr.
Oct.

2,1866
5,1890
29,1886
9,1887
23,1885

100,000
100,000
52,000
100,000
5.0, 000

3676
4206

Apr. 21,1887
Jan. 11,1890

50,000
75, 000

4170
2786

Dec. 4,1889
Sept. 29,1882

50,000
50,COO

4130
585
2806

Sept. 27,1889
Nov. 23,1864
Oct. 25,1882

50,000
100,000
50,000

268

Buffalo County National Bank, Kear- 3526 July 3,1886
ney, Nebr.
First National Bank, Johnson City, 3951 Dec. 24,1888
Tenn.
270 Citizens' National Bank, Madison, 3151 Apr. 10,1884
S. Dak.
271 Citizens' National Bank, Spokane 4005 Apr. 8,1889
Falls, Wash, a
272 Tacoma National Bank, Tacoma, 2924 Apr. 13,1883
Wash.
273 City National Bank, Quanah, Tex
4361 Julv 9,1890
274 Central National Bank, Rome, N. Y .. 1376 July 1,1865
275 First National Bank, Redfield, S. Dak. 3398 Oct. 2,1885
276 North Platte National Bank, North 4024 May 4,1889
Platte, Nebr.
a Restored to solvency.



100,000

43, 500

43.5

269

50,000

12,500

25.0

50,000

50,000 100.0

247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
260
261
262
263
264
265
266
267

150,000

190,100 380.2

i

$7,340
2,125
I

5,895

100,000 100.0

58.3

4.0

319,000 319.0
15,000 15.0
555,000 555.0
57,500 115.0
18,000
9,000

36. 0
12.0

11,000 22.0
200,725 401.4
17,137

17,065 34.1
231, 500 231.5
95,113 190.2

15,000

10.0

50,000

218,000 436.0

100,000
100,000
50,000
75,000

16, 600 16.6
245,060 245.0
34,000 68.0
24,208 32.3

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

317

RECEIVERS, TOGETHER WITH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, ETC.—Continued.

Failures.

Circulation.
Lawful
money deposited.

sur

Capital.

$75,000
100,000

j
Aug. 22,1893 j
$5,600 j A u g . 26,1893 j

150,000 I
100,000 '

60,000 I Sept.

50,000

I
100,000 !
50,000 I
50,000 !
50,000 I

Y
Y

2,1893 I

F

10, 000 j Sept. 14,1893 !

O

Y
V
O
Y
T
¥
Y
Y

10,000 I Sept. 23,1893

50,000 !

1, 000 j Sept. 30,1893
! Oct.

3,1893

! Oct. 5,1893
5,000 | Oct. 11,1893
10,000 Oct. Hi, 1893

250,000 |

40,000

Oct.

24,1893

50,000 I

5,000

Oct.

25,1898

121,900
43,500 !
33, 750
22;500 I

$21,900 I
43,500
!
33,750 j
22,500 !

#21,200 I
42,280 |

$700 i 235
1,220 ! 236

32,550 i
21,680

1,200 I 237
820 ; 238
4,358 I 239
l
250 I 240

41,137

41,137 j

iW.779 I

11,250

11,250 \

11,000 I

22,500

22,500 j

21,710 !

790 ! 241

15,4.50

15,450 |

14,860 I

590 ! 242

11,250
27,000

11,250 I
27,000 i
!

10,910 |
26,420 :

340 ! 243
580 ; 244

45, 000

45,000 I

11,250

43,800
10,960

11,250 |
1,636.649 | 1,775,154 ! 1, 558, 527

10,935,000
100,000 I

10,000 | Nov.

250,COD I
I

Issued. ; Redeemed. Outstand- \
ing.
!

p h i s - i Receiver ap- |
! failure J

i

1,200

-245

290 246
216,627

22.500 I

21,515 ! Nov. 20,1893 |
i
I

200, 0(0 I

I

0,1893 i
45,000:

20,900 !

1,600 j 247

45,000 !

43, 592

1,408 | 248

43,780

1,220 • 249

I

45,000

40,000 ; Dec. 12,1893 |

13,500

45,000 !

13,000

500

11,250

13,500 I

10,750

500 ! 251

44,280
11.250 '
16,870:
45,000 ;

43,100
10, 710
16,370
43,450

1,180
540
500
1,550

48.341 I
22,500
22,500 I
45,000
27,750 ;

11,250 I
44, 280
11.250
16)870
45, 000
48, 341
22,500
22,500
45,000
27, 750

44,958
21,760
21,858
41,110
26,650

3,383
740
642
3,890
1,100

3, 000 Aug. 2,1894 |
13,504 |
do
!

11,250 !
16,870;

11,250
lfl,870

10,872
16,230

| 256
! 257
258
259
| 260
I
378 | 261
262

50,000
250,000

4,000
50,000

Aug. 14,1894 j
Sept. 5,1894 j

11,250
44,500 :

11.250
44;500

11,052
42,810

198 I 263
1,690 264

100, 000
85,000
150,000

1,000
21, 000

Sept. 241894 1
do
24 1894 :

21.640 ;
66)785 I
33,750

21,640
66,785
33, 750

21,150
62,545
32,227

490
4,240
1,523

598,874

27,912

00,000 I
50,000 I

I

300,000 i
50,000 I
75,000 .
200,000 I
250,000 !
100,000
100, 000
200, 000
75, 000
50,000
75,000

34,200 | Dec. 14,1893 |
1,500 ! J a n . 20,1894 j
25,000 I F e b . 1,1894 j
4,500 • F e b . 26,1894
Feb. 28,1894

do

25,000
13,000
4,529
350,000

j

!May 10,1894
IJune 8,1894
jJune 29,1894
iJuly 6,1894

July 13,1894

I

8,664 Oct.

V

r
Y

50,000

250

I
!
!
|

252
253
254
255

265
266
267

626,786 I

626,786

Y

""227500"!

22,500

Q
G
Y
E
Z
Z
F
Y

11,250

11,250

10, 740

11,250

11,250

10,855

395 j 270

33, 050

33, 050

31,880

1,170 ! 271

44,360

44, 360

42,650

22.050 I
22,545 I
11,250 !
16.155

22,050
22,545
11,250
16,155

20,550 !
19, 727
10, 795
15,730

2, 770,000

~ioo7ooo"

!

35^000 Nov. 10 1891
4,000 ! Nov. 13,189J

50, 000

16,000 i Dec. 12,1894

150, 000

25,000 I Dec. 13,189-1

200,000

18, 417

Dec. 14,1894 |

100,000
100,020
50, 000
75, 000

12,000
20,000
10,000
4, 850

Dec. 15,1894 |
Jan. 2,1895 j
Jan. 11,1895 \
Jan. 14,1895 j




1,070 I 268
510 j 269

I
1,710
1,500
2,818
455
425

273
274
275
276

318

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
No. 82.—NATIONAL BANKS WHICH HAVE BEEN PLACED IN THE H A N D S OF

Total dividends
paid during
existence as a
national banking association.

Organization.

Name and location of bank.
CharI ter
number.

Date.

Capital.

Surplus.

Amount.

$50,000 |
Needles National Bank, Needles, Cal. 4873 Mar. 6,1893
National Broome County Bank, Bing- 1513 Aug. 9,1865
100,000 i$20, 000
liamton, N. Y.
First National Bank, San Bernardino, 3527 July 3,1886 I 100,000
Cal.
100,000 I
Dover National Bank, Dover, N. II... 1043 Apr. 22,1865
Browne National Bank, Spokane 4025 May 4,1889
150,000
Falls, Wash.
First National Bank, Anacortes, 4458 Nov. 6,1890
50,000 !
Wash.
Holdrege National Bank, Holdrege, 3875 Apr. 26,1888
50,000 |
Nebr.
National Bank of Kansas City, Mo
3489 Apr. 13.1886 1,000,000 1 15,000
First National Bank, Texarkana, 3065 Oct. 26,1883
50,000 i
Tex.
50,000
First National Bank, Ravenna, Nebr. 4043 May 22,1889
50,000
City National Bank, Fort Worth, Tex. 2359 May 28,1877
500
50,000
4062 July 1,1889
First National Bank, Dublin, Tex
50,000
3470 Mar. 16,1886
First National Bank, Ocala, Fla
100,000 |
.
J u n e 20,1878
First National Bank, Willimantic,
2388
I
Conn.
50,000 |
.
First National Bank, Port Angeles,
May 19,1890
4315
Wash, a
First National Bank, Ida Grove,
100,000 I.
Oct. 10,1888
3930
Iowa, b
50,000
Oct. 14,1871
First National Bank, Pella, Iowa
50,000
Merchants' National Bank, Seattle, 1891 J u n e 23,1883
Wash.
2985
.
Union National Bank, Denver, Colo.. 4382 July 30,1890 1,000,000 !
200,000 !
.
Superior National Bank, West Supe- 4680 J a n . 13,1892
rior, Wis.
50,000 |
.
Puget Sound National Bank, Everett, 4796 Sept. 23,1892
Wash.
100,000 i.
Keystone National Bank of Superior, 4399 Aug. 16,1890
i
West Superior, Wis.
50,000 L
First National Bank, South Bend, 4467 Nov. 15,1890
Wash.
I
State National Bank, Denver, Colo. i>. 2694 May 16,1882
120,000 !.
Kearney National Bank, Kearney, 3201 J u n e 5,1884
100,000 ;.
Nebr.
i
First National Bank, Wellington, 2879 Feb. 13,1883
50,000 ;.
Kans.
;
200,000 .
Columbia National Bank, Tacoma, 4623 Sept. 2,1891
Wash.

Total.
First'National Bank, Orlando, Fla.«..
Bellingham Bay National Bank, New
Whatcom, Wash.
Chattahoochee National Bank, Columbus, Ga.
German National Bank, Lincoln,
Nebr.
Fort Stanwix National Bank, Rome,
N. Y.
Farmers' National Bank, Portsmouth,
Ohio.
Humboldt First National Bank, Humboldt, Kans.
Grand Forks National Bank, Grand
Forks, N. Dak.
First National Bank, Bedford City,
Va.
National Bank of Jefferson, Tex
Sumner National Bank, Wellington,
Kans.
First National Bank, Cheney; Wash...
Kittitas Valley National Bank, Ellensburg, Wash.
« Second failure.



3469
3976

Mar. 16,1886
Feb. 7,1889

Per
cent.

$188,914 188.9
65,875

65.8

241,000 241.0
4.0
6,000

21,250

42.5

655,000 65.5
100,439 200.9
12,500 25.0
358,500 717.0
6.0
3,000
15,750 31.5
117,500 117.5

50,088

50.1

57,500 115.0
110,250 220.5
190,000

19.0

24,500

24.5

2,000

4.0

150,600 125.5
95,750 95.7
58,750 117.5
11.0

27,500

50,000 j .
60,000;.

22,000

55.0
4.0

2, 400
1630

Jan. 22,1866

100,000 :

3571

Oct.

16,1886

1410

July

8,1865

1088

Apr. 29,1865

279.0

100,000 \

,

279,000
33.8

33,832
402.0

150,000 • 54,250

603,000
219.0

250,000 |

547, 500
3807

Nov.

1,1887

3301

Feb.

6,1885

50, 000

4257

Mar. 13,1890

50,000

1777
3865

Jan. 28,1871 I 100,000
75,000
Apr. 10,1888
Apr. 1,1891
50,000
50,000
Apr. 14,1888

26.0

60,000

15, 600
122.4

61,200
38.0

19,000

4542
3867

I
b Restored to voluntary liquidation.

19,500
33,250

19.5
44.3

3,000
5, 000

1@.O

6.0

EEPOET OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

319

EECEIVEES, TOGETHER WITH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, ETC.—Continued.

Circulation

Failures.
Lawful
money deposited.
Capital.

Surplus.

$50,000
100,000

$20 000

100,000

57 000

100,000
100,000

20 000
3 000

50,000

1 500

75,000

5 000

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

Cause
of
failure.

Issued.

Redeemed. Outstanding.

19 1895
28 1895

9

$10, 850
26,223

$10,850
26, 223

$10,570
23,497

$280
2, 726

29 1S95

G

21,800

21,800

20.820

980

279

1895
8 1895

Z
V

93,211
21,800

93.211
21