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39TH CONGRESS, )

2d Session.

H O U S E OF R E P R E S E N T A T I V E S .

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No. 3.

REPORT

OP T H E

COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY
TO THE

SECOND SESSION OF THE THIRTY-NINTE CONGRESS
or

T H E UNITED STATES.

D E C E M B E R

1866,

W A S H I N G T O N :
GOVERNMENT




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1866.

OFFICE.




REPORT
OP

THE

COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY,

O F F I C E OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY,

Washington, 1866.
SIR ; I n compliance w i t h tlie provisions of section 61 of the natioual currency
act, I have the honor to present through you to - the Congress of the United
States the following r e p o r t :
Since the last annual report, sixty-two (62) national banks have been organ
ized, of which fifty-one (51) are new associations, and eleven (11) are conversions of existing State banks to the national system, making the total number
organized up to October 1, one thousand six hundred and sixty-three, (1,663.)
T h e following table w i l l exhibit the number of banks, w i t h the amount of
capital and circulation i n each State and Territory :

States and Territories.

.S to

O
Maine
N e w Hampshire
Vermont
Ithode I s l a n d
Massachusetts
Connecticut
New Y o r k
N e w Jersey
Pennsylvania
Maryland
Delaware
District of C o l u m b i a . .
Virginia
West Virginia

Ohio....:
Indiana'
Illinois
Michigan
Wisconsin
Iowa
Minnesota
Kansas
Missouri
Kentucky
Tennessee
Louisiana
Nebraska
Colorado
Mississippi
Georgia
N o r t h Carolina

61
39
39
62
208
83
313
54
203
32
11
6
20
15
136
72
82
43
37
46
15
4
17
15
10
3
3
3
2




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61

39
39
62
207
82

308
54
201
32
11
5
20
15
135
71
82
42
37
45
15
4
15
15
10
3
3
3
2
9
5

Capital paid in.

Bonds
deposited.

$9, 085, 000 00
4,715, 118 07
6 , 3 J O , 0J2 50
20,364, 800 00
79,932, 000 00
24,584, 220 00
116,267, 941 00
11,233, 350 00
49,200 765 00
12,590, 202 50
1,428. 185 00
1,550, 000 00
2,500, 000 00
2,216, 400 00
21,804, 700 00
12,867, 000 00
11,570, 000 00
4,985, 010 00
2,935, 000 00
3,697, 000 00
1,660, 000 00
325, 000 00
4,079, 000 00
2,840, 000 00
1,700, 000 00
1,800, 000 00
200, 000 00
350, 000 00
150, 000 00
1,700, 000 00
370, 750 00

$3,396,250
4,727,000
6,411,000•14,144,600
61,270,300
19,471,500
75,970,400
10,324,150
43,324,350
10,052,750
1,348,200
1,442,000
2,397,300
2,236,750
20,771,900
12,400,850
10,818,400
4,313,600
2,848,750
3,680,150.
1,682,200
332,000
2,903,100
2,645,000
3,306,200
853, 000
180,000
134,000
75,000
1,305,500
309,000

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In operation.

States and Territories.

Organized.

Table showing ntui>ber of banks, Sfct—Continued.

2
2
3
1
1
4
2

2
2
3
1
1
4
2

1,663

South Carolina . . . . . .
Arkansas............
tilji-ima . . . . . . . . .
Utah
Oregon.
.........
Texas
Kevada and Montana.

16 1,647

Capital paid in.

Bonds
deposited.

Circulation
issued.

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

§140,000
200,000
304,000
50,000
100,000
403,500
195,000

§126,000
179,500
262,500
44,970
• 88,500
337,750
166,000

417,245,154 07

332,467,700

292,671,753

§500,000
200,000
500,000
150,000
100,000
548,700
235,000

F r o m tlie number of banks organized, heretofore stated to be sixteen hundred
an<J sixty-three, should be deducted sixteen, l e a v i n g the number i n active operation sixteen hundred and forty-seven.
T h e banks to be excluded are the f o l l o w i n g :
NEVER COMPLETED THEIR ORGANIZATION SO AS TO COMMENCE BUSINESS.
The
The
The
The

F i r s t N a t i o n a l B a n k of L a n s i n g , M i c h i g a n .
F i r s t N a t i o n a l B a n k of P e n n Y a n , N e w Y o r k .
Second N a t i o n a l B a n k of Canton, Ohio.
Second N a t i o n a l B a n k of O t t u m w a , I o w a .

SUPERSEDED BY SUBSEQUENT ORGANIZATIONS W I T H THE SAME TITLES.
T h e F i r s t N a t i o n a l B a n k of N o r w i c h , C o n n e c t i c u t
T h e F i r s t National Bank of Utica, N e w York.
IN THE HANDS OF RECEIVERS.
T h e F i r s t N a t i o n a l B a n k of A t t i c a , N e w Y o r k .
T h e Venango N a t i o n a l B a n k of F r a n k l i n , P e n n s y l v a n i a .
T h e Merchants* N a t i o n a l B a n k of W a s h i n g t o n , D i s t r i c t o f Columbia.
CLOSED AND CLOSING UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 42 OF THE ACT.
T h e F i r s t N a t i o n a l B a n k of Columbia, Missouri.
T h e F i r s t National B a n k of Carondelet, Missouri.
T h e F i r s t N a t i o n a l B a n k of Leonardsville, N e w Y o r k .
T h e N a t i o n a l U n i o n B a n k o f Rochester, N e w Y o r k .
T h e P i t t s t o n N a t i o n a l B a n k , P i t t s t o n , P e n n s y l v a n i a , consolidated w i t h the
F i r s t N a t i o n a l B a n k of P i t t s t o n , Pennsylvania.
T h e B e r k s h i r e N a t i o n a l B a n k of A d a m s , Massachusetts, consolidated with
the F i r s t N a t i o n a l B a n k of A d a m s , Massachusetts.
T h e F o u r t h N a t i o n a l B a n k of Indianapolis, I n d i a n a , consolidated w i t h the
Citizens' N a t i o n a l B a n k of Indianapolis, I n d i a n a .
A n abstract, b y States, of the q u a r t e r l y returns made to this office for the
quarters e n d i n g J a n u a r y 1, A p r i l 2, J u l y 2, a n d October 1, 1866, w i t h a
detailed statement of the condition of each b a n k at the close o f the last quarter,
is h e r e w i t h submitted.
A statement showing the names and compensation of the clerks and employes
a n d the t o t a l expenses of the bureau f o r the fiscal y e a r ending J u n e 30, 1S66
is also appended.
T w o banks w h i c h had g i v e n notice o f g o i n g i n t o l i q u i d a t i o n under section 42 of




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the act, prior to tbe date of tlie last report, have paid over to the Treasurer of tlie
United States the amount of their outstanding circulation in lawful money and
taken up the bonds which tliey had on deposit with the Treasurer for the security of such notes, as follows, viz :
The First National Bank of Columbia, Missouri, $11,990.
The First National Bank of Carondelet, Missouri, $25,500. These banks
are now closed.
During the past year the First National Bank of Leonardsville, New York,
and the National Union Bank of Rochester, New York, have voluntarily given
notice of going into liquidation as required by law.
The First National Bank of Leonardsville has a—
Capital of
Bonds deposited
Circulation
The National Union Bank of Rochester has a—
Capital of
Bonds deposited
Circulation
-

$50,000
50,500
45,000
8400,000
250,000
192,500

The Merchants' National Bank of Washington and the Venango National
Bank of Franklin, Pennsylvania, having failed to redeem their circulating notes
when presented for that purpose, have been placed in the hands of receivers as
required by law. The circumstances attending the failure of these two banks
were fully investigated and reported by a committee of the "House of Representatives during the last session of Congress.
The receiver of the First National Bank of Attica, New York, has brought
his labors nearly to a close, and a dividend will be declared to the general creditors of the bank on or about tlie first of January, 1S67. The bonds deposited
to secure its circulating notes, namely, $31,500 of six per cent, and $18,500 of
five per cent, bonds, were sold at public auction in the city of New York on the
8th day of October last, in accordance with the provisions of section forty-eight
of the currency act. The net amount realized from the sale was $51,556 25.
Of this sum, $44,000 in lawful money was deposited with the Treasurer of the
United States for the redemption of the outstanding circulation of the bank, and,
under instructions of the receiver, $7,556 25 was paid into the treasury, according to the provisions of section fifty of the act for the benefit of the general
creditors of the bank. The amount of outstanding circulation redeemed to
October 1 was $5,320.
W i t h these exceptions, the national banks throughout the United States seem
to be in a sound and healthy condition, as evidenced by their quarterly reports to this office, verified by careful examinations made by agents appointed for that purpose. Their total resources on the 1st of October last
were $1,525,493,960; their liabilities to the public for circulation and deposits
were $1,024,274,386 ; leaving a surplus of $501,221,574 for capital and earnings, which are likewise a pledge for the payment of all debts D the public.
The increase of capital, bonds, and circulation of national banks for the year
ending October ! , 1866, has been as follows:
Increase of capital paid in
Increase in bonds deposited to secure circulation
Increase of circulation issued

$21,515,557
56,247,750
10l,824,69S

This statement shows an increase of something more than one hundred millions of national currency; but during the same period national banks which
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State circulation, making the actual increase in the volume of currency only
about fifty millions.
T o correct a misapprehension which exists in the minds of many that the
entire amount of national circulation issued lias been added to the volume of
currency, it may be well to take into consideration the amount of State bank
circulation at a period just prior to the inauguration of the national system. The
bank circulation of the United States in January, IS62, was one hundred and
eighty-four millions of dollars, distributed as follows:
Northern and western States
8144,000,000
Southern States
- 40,000,000
Subsequent to this date no further returns were received from the southern
States.
Immediately following the suspension of specie payments there was an expansion of bauk note circulation, which reached, in January, 1S63, in the northern
States alone, two hundred millions of dollars, making an increase in one year
of fifty-six millions. Relieved of all liability to redeem, the evident tendency
of the banks was to still greater expansion. No reliable returns later than January, 1863, are accessible; but the prevailing tendency of the times towards
inflation, and the great temptation to banks to avail themselves of the opportunity to put in circulation very large amounts of their notes, without any
restraints in the way of redemptions, would favor the opinion that this was not
the highest point reached by the circulation of State banks. The forty millions
of currency in the southern States may now be added, giving an aggregate of
two hundred and forty millions State bank circulation, which lias been in great
part replaced by national currency. Without making any invidious comparisons,
it is no injustice to say that the substitution of a currency based upon United
States bonds, secure beyond any contingency, for the miscellaneous issues of
State banks, has done much towards sustaining public confidence, and preventing distrust and possible financial disaster.
REDEMPTIONS.

The law as it now stands provides for the redemption of national currency in
the cities of St. Louis, Louisville, Chicago, Detroit, Milwaukee, New Orleans,
Cincinnati, Cleveland, Pittsburg, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Boston, New York,
Albany, Leavenworth, San Francisco, and Washington. A n amendment to the
law was proposed during the last session of Congress, requiring all national
banks to redeem either in Boston, New York, or Philadelphia, but was postponed
until the present session. Some system of practical and effective redemptions is
desirable for the preservation of a healthy currency, and as a safeguard against
redundancy. Under the existing requirements, thirteen hundred and twenty
banks out of sixteen hundred and forty seven voluntarily redeem in New York,
Boston, and Philadelphia. These banks represent two hundred and forty millions of currency, of which three*fourths are redeemed in New York.
The same arguments urged in favor of requiring redemptions in these three
cities would, i f carried to their logical conclusion, establish the expediency of
requiring redemptions at one central point. Every national bank in the United
States is obliged by the necessities of business to keep an account in New York
c i t y ; clearly showing the current of trade and the tendency, of money, and
affording evidence that New York is the great commercial and financial centre.
A currency of uniform value in all sections of the Union is of the highest
importance to the commercial and industrial interests of the country. The notes
may be of uniform design and have the same ultimate security, but these conditions, though steps in the right direction, will not compass the end in view,
unless the notes are available at par for"the payment of debts and settlement of
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Banks of issue are a necessity of our financial system, recognized, encouraged,
and protected by the government for the public good. I n return for privileges
conferred they should be required to make their issues conform to the demands
of trade. The demands of trade require currency that w i l l pay debts at the
centre of trade. I f the banks do not furnish a circulation that will conform to
this standard, their issues w i l l be depreciated and the loss w i l l fall upon the
business of the country.
The question is whether this tax shall be borne b y the people, while the
banks reap the profit, or whether the banks shall perform their whole duty b y
furnishing a currency which shall be available for the payment of debts everywhere, and thus complete the conditions necessary for a " uniform value." This
question is one of* growing importance, and one that presses for an early solution.
National banks i n Boston, New York, and Philadelphia recognize their obligations to meet every demand in lawful money of the United States, whether
i t be gold and silver or legal tender notes. T h e y are obliged b y law to receive
i n payment of debts the notes of every other national bank; but. they cannot
compel their customers to receive the same notes for their balances due from
the banks ; and here lies a difficulty which w i l l subject the banks in those cities
periodically to very great embarrassment.
The tendency of money to accumulate in these centres of trade—except at
certain seasons of the year, when it is needed to bring forward the products of
the middle, western, and southern States—is a fact which cannot be questioned.
These banks are obliged to receive all that is offered, but cannot pay i t out.
A n escape from this dilemma may be found i n "either of three different w a y s :
First, the banks may be relieved from the obligation to receive this currency i n
payment of debts; or, secondly, national currency notes may be made a legal
tendar from the bank to its customers; or else, thirdly, national currency may
be kept at par b y redemption at the great centres of trade.
W i t h o u t discussing the expediency of acting in accordance with either of the
two suggestions first named—because the first method would leave the currency
i n a worse condition than it now is, and because the second method would be
arbitrary, and would place national bank notes 011 a par w i t h United States
notes, the necessity for which is not apparent at this juncture—the natural and
most feasible method would seem to be that requiring the banks to keep their
own issues at par by redemptions as above stated.
Under existing circumstances this requirement cannot be onerous; lawful
money, which now stands as the representative of specie, as the agency of redemptions, being materially in excess of the currency to be redeemed, would
make the inauguration of a system of central redemptions feasible and practicable to an exceptional degree. Four-fifths of the banks have voluntarily
recognized the propriety aud expediency of such a course b y selecting their
redemption agencies i n New Y o r k , Philadelphia, and Boston. Justice requires
that those banks which are willing to conform to the highest standard should
be sustained; and this can be done effectually only by requiring all to place
themselves on the same ground. I t is questionable, however, whether this object would be best attained by the plan proposed in House b i l l No. 771, which
was postponed to the present session. This bill provides that every bank shall
redeem its circulating notes at an association i n one of the seventeen cities
named in section thirty-one of the currency act, but that each bank in those
cities shall redeem i n New York, Philadelphia, or Boston its own notes and the
notes of every other bank for which it may be the redemption agent. T h e object of the last provision is indirectly to compel every bank to redeem either in
New Y o r k , Philadelphia, or Boston; not so indirectly, however, but that its
purpose is perfectly evident, and therefore open to every objection that would ^
be urged against a direct requirement of law to that effect.
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the claims of any other section of the country. There are cities of great commercial importance i n the middle, western, and southern States, whose financial
interests demand consideration. The notes of banks located i n those cities are,
by the provisions of the law as it now stands, redeemable i n New York, and the
managers of those banks would not have i t otherwise. I f the law did not
require it, they would voluntarily redeem there. The proposed amendment
only requires all other banks to do the same thing. I t w i l l give those cities
and the banks in those cities a currency that is worth par i n New York, instead
of a depreciated currency that would be a continual clog upon all .business
operations.
I f any particular section is not tributary to New York, the fact that the
banks of that section are required to redeem i n New Y o r k w i l l not make it
tributary, but w i l l make such redemptions easy and in nowise burdensome.
The commercial importance of any place w i l l force its own recognition; money
can be drawn from it only for the payment of its debts. Trade flows in natural
channels, and money goes w i t h i t ; wherever trade centres, there money will
accumulate sufficiently for its wants.
I f money is arbitrarily concentrated contrary to this principle, it will flow
back again, just as water will find its level. I f the argument against redeeming
i n New York is based upon the preponderating importance of any other place
as a centre of trade, i t ceases to be an argument, as in the natural order of
things the circulation issued by banks in that place w i l l be worth more at home
than at any other point, and w i l l go home for the payment of balances rather
than to New York for redemption; consequently there w i l l be no hardship in
the requirement. I f the argument is not based upon that assumption, it is an
argument for the other side of the question; for i f it is a hardship to redeem
i n New York, the hardship is evidence of the necessity.
I f all national banks are required to redeem their issues i n New York, reciprocal obligations w i l l be imposed upon the banks of that city. The balances
kept i n those banks will amount in the aggregate to a very large sum, and there
w i l l be competition between them for the accounts of the country banks. Such
competition already exists, and has led to the dangerous practice of paying interest on deposits. This practice is condemned by all prudent bankers; but
where one does it, others must do i t or lose the accounts of good correspondents.
A bank that pays interest on current balances is obliged to keep its funds in
constant use, or lose money. I n order to do this, loans payable on call are made
-upon collateral security of more or less value; and there is so much competition
for such loans that it has the effect to lower the standard of security required.
Everything which causes extraordinary facilities in monetary transactions tends
to produce excitement, overtrading, and speculation, sure to bring compensation
sooner or later, i f not checked, in pressure, distress, and disaster. Loans of
this description are made chiefly to speculators, and that is reason enough why
the practice should be regarded as unsafe. Conservative banks should not
countenance or aid speculation; and New Y o r k city banks, made by law the
custodians of the available means for redeeming the circulation of all the banks
i n the United States, should be the most conservative of all banks. They
should not be allowed to jeopardize the funds of the country banks by loaning
them for speculation, and they would not, i f they were not obliged to pay interest on them. Stop the payment of interest, and the temptation to make
improper use of such funds is removed.
The only way in which the evil in question can be reached, i f it can be
remedied at all, is b y a law prohibiting every national bank from paying or receiving interest on bank balances, and the propriety of such a law is recommended to the consideration of Congress.
Concurrently with a practicable system of redemptions, a gradual reduction of
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the national currency, b y checking its expansion beyond the necessities of
business. I f legal-tenders were reduced to such an extent that the amount in
circulation.should not exceed the sum required to perform the functions of lawful money as the substitute for specie, redemptions would be more stringent,
and banks would be compelled to regulate their issues by tlie demands of trade.
' A law enacted during the last session of Congress provides that the Secretary
of the Treasury may diminish the volume of the United States notes in circulation, not to exceed four millions of dollars in any one month. Taking four
hundred millions as the point from which the diminution commences, a regular
reduction of four millions each month would leave at the expiration of two years
three hundred millions of legal-tender notes in existence; or one dollar in lawf u l money, for the redemption of each dollar of national currency authorized.
This ratio would hardly render redemptions sufficiently stringent to produce
much effect on bank circulation ; but i f this point could be reached by the expiration of one year, the effect would be more decided.
Four millions per month would be at the rate of one hundred and thirty-three
thousand dollars per d a y ; but i f bankers should see the means for the redemption of their issues diminishing at the rate of two hundred and sixty thousand
dollars per day, they would naturally and unavoidably curtail their circulation
to the lowest point their business would permit, and the benefits arising from a
practical system of redemptions would begin to be realized.
This proposition is based upon the presumption that it w i l l be the policy of
the government to withdraw^ all its notes issued for circulation as fast as it shall
have the power to do so. The fact is not overlooked, however, that an opinion
prevails to some extent adverse to this view of the case. I t is frequently and
strenuously urged that the government should keep its notes in circnlation, and
thus have the use of so much money without interest.
I t is proposed very briefly to consider this question. United States notes
originated in the necessities of the government, not in the necessities of trade
and commerce. Their amount was regulated, not by the business necessities of
the country, but by the necessities of a great emergency, and was only limited
b y reaching the maximum of expenditure during a time of war. The amount
issued was entirely arbitrary so far as the business interests of the country were
concerned, and altogether in excess of the demands of trade, as is evident by
the high prices borne by every kind of commodity, and from the surplus of
money subject to the control of speculators. This currency cannot contract or
expand from natural causes. I t was issued to save the country from bankruptcy during a protracted struggle with armed rebellion, and can only be contracted by legal enactment of Congress. There is no element about it in sympathy with the commercial and industrial interests of the country.
The power of issuing notes to circulate as money is too dangerous to be
placed at the mercy of political parties in a government like ours, and is fraught
with possibilities of corruption and disaster calculated to excite the gravest apprehension in the minds of prudent men. Having served the purpose for which
it was called into existence, provision should be made fur its withdrawal.
On the other hand, banks are in direct sympathy with trade, dependent upon
it for their profits; they meet its wants by discounts and by furnishing a circulating medium; i f currency is issued in excess of the demand, it is immediately
returned for redemption, and contracts and expands as trade requires. I n a
word, banks are amenable to the laws of trade, while the government issues are
not.
Furthermore, the banks have rendered important aid to the government
throughout the war, and they have been largely instrumental in developing our
national resources and in increasing our national wealth. The managers and
stockholders comprise a large, useful, and public-spirited class in the community, numbering over two hundred thousand citizens. During the past year



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they have loaned to the business of the country an average of six hundred millions of dollars. They now hold one-fourth of the entire indebtedness of the
United • States. They have redeemed and returned to the treasury of the
United states over fourteen millions of mutilated legal-tenders, and have redeemed twenty-five millions of seven-thirty coupons, to the very great convenience of both the public and the Treasury Department. They have been instrumental in placing in the hands of the people more than eleven hundred
millions of United States securities. They have received and disbursed from
the revenues seventeen hundred and seventy-four millions of public moneys free
of expense to the government.
The expense of transporting and concentrating for disbursement this immense
sum by ordinary means, without the agency of national banks, would have
been, at a,moderate estimate, not less than three millions of dollars.
The net loss sustained by the government through the failure of two banks,
which were depositories of public moneys, w i l l probably not exceed six hundred thousand dollars, or about one-thirtieth of one per cent, of the total amount
involved, and about one-fifth of the amount it would have cost the government
to do the business without the aid of the banks.
From this statement it will be evident that national banks, although organized and managed by individuals for their own profit, are yet capable of rendering important services both to the government and to the public, and have
demonstrated their entire willingness to perform such service; and that if losses
have occurred to the government through their agency, the amount is small
compared with the outlay that would have been necessary to carry on the business without them.
DISTRIBUTION OF T H E CIRCULATION A U T H O R I Z E D BY L A W .

The original act of March 25, 1863, provided for an apportionment of the
national currency to the several States and Territories as follows; one hundred
and fifty millions according to representative population, and one hundred and
fifty millions according to banking capital, resources, and business.
This requirement was repealed by the act of June 3, 1864, which left the
distribution to the discretion of the Comptroller of the Currency. By the
amendment of March 3, 1865, the clause requiring an apportionment to be
made was re-enacted, but at the same date an amendment to section 7 of the
internal revenue act provided that all existing State banks should have the
right to become national banks, and should have the preference over neworganizations up to the 1st day of July, 1865.
These two amendments were n o t j n harmony; for, i f the apportionment was
made as required by the amendment to section 21, the State banks then in
existence could not have been converted without exceeding in many instances
the amount of circulation apportioned to the different States. But, as it seemed
to be the intention and policy of the act to absorb all existing banking institutions rather than to create new banking interests in addition thereto, the
Comptroller of the Currency so construed the amendments as to permit the
conversion of State banks without limitation. The effect of this action was to
make a very unequal distribution of the currency, some of the States receiving
more than they were entitled to by the apportionment, .and leaving but a very
limited amount to be awarded to the southern and some of the western States.
Now, as the government has assumed entire control of the currency of the
country, involving a direct supervision of its banking interests, it becomes the
duty of the government to provide adequate banking facilities to all sections.
The States lately in rebellion, not being in a condition to avail themselves of
the privileges granted in the national currency act at the time when they were
offered, and when it was still possible to obtain them, are now left almost en


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XI

tirely destitute of currency and banking facilities. This deficiency is tlie
occasion of great inconvenience and loss to the people of those States, and i t is
very desirable, for many reasons, that it should be supplied.
First. I t is important to all sections of the country, particularly to the
northern States, that the south should be supplied with all the facilities necessary for the production of the great staples of that section, because the export
of these staples would reduce the exportation of gold.
Second. Although, to a limited extent, means are supplied by capitalists from
other sections for the productions of this region, yet the supply is not equal to
the demand, and foreign capitalists are thus enabled to gain entire control over
a very large proportion of valuable products, yielding large profits to themselves
and leaving i n the country barely the cost of the production. This state of
things naturally causes much discontent and dissatisfaction among tlie producers.
T h i r d . Prosperous industry is the most speedy and certain remedy for the
existing evils in the southern States. I t w i l l allay bitterness of feeling, dissatisfaction w i t h the results of the war, and promote contentment among the people.
T h e assistance that could be rendered for the promotion of this end by local
banking associations would be important both in character and extent. Besides,
a community or identity of financial and pecuniary interests would bring into
exercise an element of great power for the assimilation of the aims, purposes,
and hopes of all the people of all the States. The extension of the national
banking system throughout the entire Union would bring about such an identity
of interest in the credit of the government, and of the entire system of banks,
as would secure the active and zealous co-operation of all sections toward the
preservation of such credit unimpaired.
T w o methods have been suggested by which the southern States can be supplied w i t h banking facilities. One is by an equalization of the circulation
already authorized by law among the different States and Territories. T o this
plan there are two serious objections: First, the question arises as to the right
of Congress to rescind any portion of the contract made with national banks at
the time of their organization, b y abrogating or restricting any of the rights
secured by them in compliance with the .lav/, t t is true that Congress expressly
reserved the right at any time to "amend, alter, or repeal" the national currency
act. T h e act of February 25, 1S63, under which quite a number of banks
were organized, was repealed b y the act of June 3, 1SG4. But the repealing
act contained this saving clause : " Such repeal shall not affect any appointment
made, acts done, or proceedings had, or the organization, acts, or proceedings of
any association organized or in process of organization under the act aforesaid;"
thus recognizing the principle that the repeal should not affect any rights secured
under the former act.
I t is not proposed to euter into any elaborate argument upon this question,
but merely to suggest the doubts which may arise i n connection with any legislation looking to an equalization of the national currency by withdrawing it
from banks which have secured the right in strict conformity to law.
T h e second objection is this : that, granting the rig it of Congress to withdraw circulation, as above stated, the plan is impracticable as a measure of
present relief, owing to the impossibility of securing the return of a sufficient
amount of circulation within the necessary time. National currency notes, when
once put in circulation, are scattered from the Atlantic coast to the Rocky mountains, and from the St. Lawrence to the Gulf. No one ever looks to see by what
banks the notes are issued, and, there being no established system of redemptions, they are not and w i l l not be returned to the bank of issue until they
become so mutilated as to make them difficult to circulate. .
T h e second plan suggested is, by an increase of the amount of circulation to
be issued. This plan is met by the assertion that it would tend directly to a
further inflation of the currency. But this objection may be obviated by proper




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REPORT OF T H E

care i n so adjusting tlie increase tliat i t shall not at any time, or in any month,
exceed the amount by which legal tender notes are diminished. I f the proper
mission of legal tenders were fully understood, and the necessity of placing our
currency on a permanent basis—either of specie or legal tenders, which stand
as the substitute for specie—were properly appreciated, there would be no difficulty in providing for the proper reduction of the volume of legal tenders so as
to leave room for a very moderate increase of national currency, and yet secure
a net reduction i n the whole volume of the currency.
The well-known views of the Secretary of the Treasury on this subject, based
- upon the soundest principles of financial policy, only need to be seconded and
earned out by Congress i n order to make the plan suggested entirely safe and
feasible..
Bearing in mind the regular monthly reduction of legal tenders at the rate of
•four millions per month, as provided for b y law, an increase of national currency
not to exceed twenty-five millions, to be issued at the rate of one or two millions
per month, would probably meet all the wants of all the States for two years to
come. A s this eeems to be the only practicable method for the accomplishment
of what is generally admitted to be a desirable end, it is respectfully recommended to the favorable consideration of Congress. I f , eventually, the amount
of national currency thus increased appears to exceed the requirements of the
country, the system of redemptions recommended w i l l unerringly correct the
evil, and ultimately bring about that equalization of national currency among
the different States and Territories which cannot be effected b y immediate and
arbitrary measures.
AMENDMENTS.

There are many requirements and restrictions contained in the national currency act, a strict compliance w i t h which is essential to the safety and success
of the system. The Comptroller of the Currency is expected to see that all the
provisions of the law are enforced, but in a majority of instances is left without
the power to compel obedience i n case of persistent neglect or w i l f u l disregard
of the law on the part of the banks. T o remedy this defect certain amendments
are suggested:
1st. A n amendment to section IS authorizing the appointment of a receiver,
whenever satisfactory evidence is furnished that any association is not carrying
on the proper business of banking ; that any of its reports required b y law have
been false or fraudulent; that its funds have been w i l f u l l y misapplied by the
officers or directors in violation of law, or that i t has committed any act of insolvency.
2d. A n amendment to section 29, extending the provisions contained therein,
so that the limitation to one-tenth of the capital shall apply to all liabilities for
money loaned or deposited, except balances due from one national banking
association to another. Large amounts are frequently placed in the hands of
private bankers, ostensibly in the regular course of business, but really, in a
m r j o i i t y of instances, because private bankers, not being restricted in their operations by law, are able to offer greater inducements for the use of money; or, as
is not unfrequently the case, private bankers having secured a controlling interest i n a bank divert its funds from legitimate banking and use them in speculation, &c. E v e r y national bank that has failed may trace its ruin to excessive
deposits w i t h private bankers and brokers, and there is urgent necessity for such
an amendment to section 29 as w i l l prohibit this practice.
3d. A n amendment to section 34 doing away w i t h quarterly statements, and
requiring monthly statements showing the condition of each bank i n detail. The
present monthly statements are much too vague and general to be of practical
benefit, while the quarterly reports now required, coming at comparatively long




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XIII

intervals and upon certain specified days, enable banks to prepare for a good
exhibit upon tliofce particular days. I f detailed reports were required monthly
the preparation on the part of the banks to make a good showing would be
almost constant, and the Comptroller of the Currency would be enabled to exercise much greater vigilance in carrying out the provisions of the law.
Provision should also be made for the collection of penalties imposed for
delinquencies in making reports, and for the disposition to be made of the funds
arising from such penalties when collected.
4th. A n amendment to section 3S, providing that where the capital stock of
an association has become impaired by losses or otherwise, it shall be the duty
of the directors to reduce the nominal capital and the circulation of the bank i n
such an amount as may be rendered necessary, so as to represent the actual
capital of the association, as provided in section 13 of the act, or, upon a vote
of the stockholders owning two-thirds of the capital stock of the bank, to make
a pro rata assessment upon the stockholders for an amount sufficient to make
up the loss sustained; and in case of failure to do one or the- other within thirty
days after the amount of the loss is ascertained, the Comptroller of the Currency
may appoint a receiver to wind up the affairs of the bank.
5th. A n amendment to section 59, making i t a penal offence for any person
to have in his possession with intent to pass or utter any false, furged, or counterfeit national bank note, and requiring every national banking association to
cause every counterfeit note that may be presented at its counter to be stamped
with the word " counterfeit."
The forms for these amendments, and for such changes i n the law as may be
necessary to provide for redemptions i n New Y o r k city, or in the cities of New
Y o r k , Boston, and Philadelphia, as may be deemed most expedient, and to provide for the issue of circulating notes to banks that may be organized in States
unsupplied w i t h banking facilities, are not reported ; but the views expressed upon
those points are submitted for such action as may be judged best adapted to
secure the ends proposed.
I n conclusion, I have only to state that the national banking system is now
f u l l y inaugurated and in successful operation. T h e first bank was organized
i n June, 1863. There are now i n active operation sixteen hundred and fortyseven, w i t h an aggregate paid-in capital of four hundred and eighteen millions,
which is owned by two hundred thousand stockholders. T h e system has the
confidence of the people, because it furnishes a circulation secured beyond any
contingency, and is popular because it furnishes a currency of uniform value i n
all parts of the country. I t has superseded all existing State banking systems, and places the entire control of the currency of the country in the hands
of the federal government. I t has proved, during its three years of existence,
a most important auxiliary i n the financial operations of the Treasury Department.
A system that has grown into such magnitude in so brief a time, involving
interests so vast and so vital to every portion of the community, demands a
careful consideration and deliberate action. I t may not be perfect, for it was
devised b y men, but it embraces all the best provisions and safeguards of tho
banking systems of the several States, and experience and careful study have
developed but few defects.
H . It. H U L B U R D ,
Deputy and, Acting Comptroller of the Currency.
Hon. HUGH

MCCULLOCH,

Secretary of the




Treasury.

REPORT OF THE

XIV

List of clerks, messengers, Sp., employed in the Bureau of Comptroller of the
Currency, and their compensation.
Names.

Hiram Baldwin
James T . Howenstein
H e n r y W . Jennings
.
L i n u s M . Price
J . F r a n k l i n Bates
George W . L o r d
M . D . O'Connell
J o h n Burroughs
Charles V a n Dusen
,
D a v i d Lewis
E. A. McKay
G. Perkins
Edward Wolcott
J o h n W . Griffin
George W . M a r t i n
.
J o h n D . Patten, j r
H e n r y H . Smith
Charles H . Norton
J o h n J . Edson
Fernando C. Cate
E d w a r d S. Peck
George W o o d
E d w a r d Myers
D. F. Hamlink
Aaron Johns
J. W . Magmder
Charles H . Cherry
H e n r y W . Berthrong
.
W i l l i a m A . Page
Walter Trumbull
Horatio Nater
James H . A . Scliureman . . .
Ozro N . H u b b a r d
Michael Weaver
John H . Kaufman
James B. T i r n e y
W i l l i a m E . Hughes
..
Miss K a t e E . Anderson
Miss E . C. Berthrong
Miss Agnes C. Bielaski
Miss A n n i e M . Bowen
Mrs. M a r y A . Blossom
Miss E l l e n P . Cook
Miss A d a F . D i c k e y
Miss Annie M . Donaldson.,
Miss Celia N . French
Mrs. Sarah F . F i t z g e r a l d . Miss E . N . Fowler
Miss C. H i n d s
Miss E . R . H y d e
Miss Pamelia D . H a r t
Mrs. L . A . Hodges
Mrs. H . C. Ingersoll
Miss A l i c e C. lngersoll
Miss Louisa W , K n o w l t o n .
Miss Sarah A . L o c k w o o d . .
M r s . M a r y G. Malion
Miss M . S. M i l l e r
Mrs. E t h a E . Poole
Mrs. Hester A . Peters




Class.

F o u r t h class. do
do
do
do
do
do
Third class...
do
do......
do
do
,..--.do
do. . . . .
......do
do
do
do
Second class .
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
F i r s t class . . .
do
do
......do
Messenger . . .
do™..
..--..do
do
do
Laborer
do
Lady clerk...
do
do
do
do
.do.
. do.
.do.
-do.
• do.
.do.
-do.
• do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
Ido.
.do.
.do.
.do.

Compensation.

COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

XV

List of clerks, messengers, ^—Continued.
Names.

Miss
Mrs.
Miss
Mrs.
Miss
Miss
Mrs.
Miss
Mrs.
Miss
Mrs.

Class.

Lady clerk.
— do
....do....
....do....
....do....
....do....
....do....
.do.

M . M . Redwood . - .
A n n R. Story
Annie W . Story . . .
M a r y G. Smith
Mary W . Sullivan .
M . M. Stockton . . .
M . H . Sherwin
Minta Watkins
E . C. Woodbridge .
Camille H . W e b b . .
Susan A . W h i t e . . . .

.do.
.do.
.do.

Expenses for the fiscal year ending June 30, I860.
Engraving and printing national currency
Transportation of national currency
Paper used for national currency
Salaries
Contingent expenses
Total




-

$664,484
19,163
25,754
86,826
1,406

16
80
50
01
22

797,634 69




A B S T R A C T
OP

QUARTERLY

REPORTS

OP

THE NATIONAL BANKING ASSOCIATIONS
FOR

JANUARY,




APRIL,

JULY,

AND

OCTOBER,

18GG.

2

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

Abstract of Quarterly Reports by States.
RESOURCES.

STATES.

January.

April.

July.

October.

HI Eii sic.
$8,700,300 33 $8, 655,458 73 $9,679,067 59 $10,386,150 73
7,316 30
4,962 43
10,169 83
3,418 28
154,143 49
134,715 61
139,959 93
177,539 09
11,421 25
37,358 83
17,692 09
38,782 75
48,719 53
44,954 97
51, 672 08
36,489 23
286,820 70
231,826 15
262, 609 86
371,907 14
Remittances and other cash items
1, 699,364 66
1, 554,257 48
2,266,159 64
2,025,008 61
Due from national tanks
19,139 25
5,287 95
38,072 30
23,828 89
Due from other banks and bankers
8,363,250 00
8,425,250 00
U. S. bonds dep'd to secure circulation.. 7, C68,950 00 7,513,450 00
1,753,350 00
1, 658, 400 00
1,457,500 00
Other United States bonds and securities. 2,522,150 00
257,010 00
185,177 00
313,927 00
241,577 00
Bills of other banks
24,950 73
41,013 33
40,372 85
19,212 51
Specie
1,381,569 08
1,474,628 92
1,356,358 80
1,461,936 19
Other lawful money
26,796 11
61,296 34
23, 096 11
80,227 69
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages
Overdrafts
Real estate, furniture, and fixtures
Expense account

Aggregate
New H a m p s h i r e .
Loana and discounts
Overdrafts
Real estate, furniture, and fixtures
Expense account
Premiums
Remittances and other cash items .. - -1.
Due from national banks
Due from other banks and bankers
U. S. bonda dep'd to secure circulation..
Other United States bonds and securities.
Bills of other banks
Specie
Other lawful money
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages

23,182.681 41

3,195,855 48
3,309,746 18
4,025 53
5,827 37
86,933 45
95, 780 40
20,251 27
35,420 10
16,551 32
16,760 84
141, 873 57
98,863 19
952,580 82
972,695 01
9,009 94
19,999 03
4,495,000 00
4,517,000 00
1,281,700 00
1,207,450 00
158,443 00
127,849 00
9,818 76
10,966 72
551,089 11 • 535,083 88
22,600 00
31,200 00
10,954,579 20

Vermont.
Loans and discounts
Overdrafts
Real estate, furniture, and fixtures.
Expense account
Remittances and other cash items
Due from national banks
Duo from other banks and bankers
U. S. bonds dep'd to secure circulation..
Other United Statesbonds and securities.
Bills of other banks
Specie
Other lawful money
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages
Aggregate




21,555, 535 80

2,828,181 43
66,413 61
97,990 51
42,648 34
46,625 22
66,731 67
892,199 95
77,315 73
5,147,900 00
1,881,600 00
116,517 00
27,997 16
574,619 07
72,375 61
U, 939,115 30

23,731,707 46

24,996,730 74

3,386, 592 81
6,965 25
86,873 45
21,382 91
16,668 07
149,214 63
1,290,966 48
40,821 99
4,692,000 00
1,308,150 00
237,931 00
11,878 79
573,616 00
31,225 00

3,822,685 22
8,948 13
86,926 09
45,659 39
15,737 77
132,265 85
1,387,292 07
31,820 86
4,731,000 00
1,184,950 00
189,789 00
16,426 46
606,814 46
43,400 00

11,854,286 38 |

12,303,715 30

3,017,775 75
78,112 48
83,331 20
26, 282 77
46, 273 03
89,233 55
854,482 56
89,336 67
5, 653,400 00
1,603,500 00
78,693 00
30,619 80
610,221 06
77,291 07

4,327,925 30
152,565 30
106,022 31
23,840 81
45,966 76
113,796 52
980,687 81
68,992 49
6,305,400 00
1,566,700 00
126,963 00
25,773 63
731,216 63
70,366 89

4,684,041 13
41,551 94
110,102 67
31,862 12
53,072 58
137,852 19
1,260,912 31
41,478 53
6,441,000 00
1,202,950 00
124,072 00
24,230 09
907,834 94
71,946 89

12,368,552 94

14,646,217 45

15,132,907 42

10,975,794 77

R E P O R T OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
Abstract of Quarterly

Reports by

-3

States—Continued.
LIABILITIES.

STATES.
Maine.
Capital stock paid in

January.

Duo to other banks and bankers
Profits

Aggregate
3Vcw Hampshire.
Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
^ i,
National bank notes outstanding
State bank notes outstanding
Individual deposits
United States deposits
Deposits of TJ. S. disbursing officers....
Dividends unpaid.........
.....
Due to national banks
Due to other banks and bankers
Profits
Other items.

Vermont.
Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
National bank notes outstanding
State bank notes outstanding
Individual deposits
United States deposits
Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers
Dividends unpaid
Duo to national banks
Due to other banks and bankers
Profits
Other items

Aggregate




July.

October.

1

National bank notes outstanding
State bank notes outstanding

Aggregate

April.

$8,885,000
247,167
5,088,715
1,836,677
5,316,913
145,613

00
44
00
00
84
28

138,009 93
170,492 04
534,163 17
819,929 71

$8,355,000 00 $9, 085,000 00
420,612 01
296,320 01
6,925,719 00
5,758,328 00
533,890 .00
1,058,434 00
5,355,112 45
4,707,889 24
397,347 00
141,281 38
60,851 35
96,600 50
129,907 36
117,382 77
277,851 87
142,531 99
733,860 44
693,460 89

23,182, 681 41 21,555,535 80

$9, 085,000 00
572,360 67 *
7,243,498 00
186,661 00
6,542,128 22
319,055 49
170,295 5fl
116,103 50
76,149 43
C85,478 87

23,731,707 46

24,996,730 74

4,706,400 00
316,263 48
3,758,909 00
375,775 00
1,920,471 37
548,699 12
12,437 84

4,735,000 00
305,951 74
4,025,501 00
148,231 00
2,227,737 33
520,360 22
37,643 82

94
99
07
87

83 13
16,689 97
198,557 47

2,462 87
477 32
300,350 00

10,954, 579 20 10,975,794 77

11,854,266 38

12,303,715 30

6,310,000 00
164,365 90
4,865,031 00
929,821 00
1,637,182 26
232,156 46
10,200 00

6,310,000 00
211,038 95
5,495,698 00
366,708 00
2,030,958 01
280,674 35
21,423 00

7,082 00
14,006 98
447,633 06
28,738 79

4,984 43
144 21
411,278 42

14,646,217 45

15,132,907 42

4,635,000 00
157,456 91
2,882,144 00
970,972 00
1,449,200 73
428,734 20
63,919
5,001
55,168
306,457
524

88
61
19
02
66

5,540,012 00
108,483 41
3,618,875 00
961,155 00
1,059,345 21
192,076 87
54,872 07
21,378 38
50,323 49
298,498 92
34,094 95

11,939,115 30

4,635,000 00
201,833 39
3,292,879 00
708,922 00
1,367,084 99
369, 073 52
14,795
11,661
41,668
332,875

5,665,000 00
148,979 93
4,225,489 00
644,912 00
1,239,175 26
152,601 24
7,216
22,206
21,250
241,722

12
85
32
22

12,368,552 94

4'

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
Abstract of Quarterly

Reports by

States—Continued.
RESOURCES.

STATES.

January.

April.

July.

Massachusetts*
Loans and discounts
Overdrafts
Real estate, furniture, and fixtures
Expense account

$33,785,575 81 $35,532,243 42 $36,850,404 61
67,152 78
68,473 12
69,365 27
684,018 91
664, 045 01
672,709 74
182,471 93
185,767 01
170,475 87
72,333 13
69,411 91
121,994 02
1,021,229 05
853,963 60
831,195 69
Remittances and other cash items . . . . . .
7,639, 993 78 7,550,606 33
8,394,372 60
162,817 97
235,624 94
Dae from other banks aud bankers
275,127 05
U. S. bonds dep'dto secure circulation.. 34,110,650 00 34,744,050 00 35,238,100 00
7,831,000 00
Other United States bonds and securities. 9,150,350 00 8,411,300 00
701,396 00
Bills of other banks
657,206 00
707,994 00
164,655 30
Specie
........
175,823 96
171,156 60
5,394,760 46
Other lawful money
4,983,107 39
5,075,304 79
530,160 97
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages
358,369 25
499,844 80
Aggregate
City of Boston.
Loans and discounts
Overdrafts
Ileal estate, furniture, and fixtures
Expense account
Premiums
Remittances and other cash items
Due from national banks
Due from other banks and bankers
U. S. bonds dep'd to secure circulation..
OtherUnited States bonds and securities.
Bills of other banks
Specie
Other lawful money
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages

October.

$41,126,735 00
42,470 31
703,915 32
131,499 63
52,367 68
1,104,047 23
8,505,571 11
175,853 27
35,800,950 00
7,047,250 00
810,762 00
104,713 58
5,839,772 03
527,660 97

93,033,125 69

94,737,285 99

97,296,194 05

101,973,568 13

53,548,039 72
74,516 65
1,341,114 45
277,677 02
75,966 11
7,662,185 35
C, 119,061 99
546,687 76
27,334,850 00
10,815,850 00
% 032,331 00
912,936 44
20,199,647 02
568,000 00

53,693,588 75
251,402 42
1,146, 614 76
2, 082 30
41,036 71
4,775, 691 34
5,339,612 05
450,503 00
27,967,350 00
10,304,800 00
2,254, 099 00
531,610 12
20,923,324 92
617,000 00

57,925,941 29
83,157 23
1,313,293 93
211,981 62
70,521 74
5,915,110 21
4,818,612 83
487,097 36
28,755,350 00
10,381,300 00
3, 022,350 00
435,295 07
23,449,321 26
458,000 00

58,193,845 09
100,774 74
1,229,834 96
5,025 29
33,216 11
6,173,074 61
9,669,425 11
313,039 38
28,485,350 00
6,279,050 00
2,562,351 00
268,136 55
20,632,170 98
555,318 82

131,508,863 51 128,298,715 37 137. 327,332 54 134,500,612 64
Rhode Island.
Loans and discounts
Overdrafts
Real estate, furniture, and fixtures..

19,713,280 00
52,362 10
522,247 40
77,984 54
Premiums
32,406 61
Remittances and other cash items
813,963 29
Due from national banks
2,933,516 51
Due from other banks and bankers
146,530 86
U. S. bonds dep'd to secure circulation.. 11,599,300 00
OtherUnited States bonds and securities. 1,261,850 00
919,009 00
Bills of other banks
93,158 69
1,776,057 20
Other lawful money
158,327 00
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages
Aggregate




40,149,993 20

20,367,577 65 21,184, 642 67
70,254 86
46,380 21
518,616 51
511,640 50
111,414 26
56,927 08
63,280 57
84,976 64
579,204 99
430,962 76
2,850,561 15
2,413,605 75
* 63,843 36
112,803 79
13,137,100 00 14,006,600 00
860,950 00
842, 900 00
645,470 00
974, 818 00
94,013 17
78,931 01
1, 850,606 19 2,085,120 49
32,422 50
29,880 00
40,660,147 58

43,445,446 53

21,605,844 27
130,966 56
511,647 67
121,964 56
61,838 84
658,956 34
2, 612,582 35
87,133 35
14,144,600 00
626,400 00
500,919 00
62,473 75
2,301,965 81
54,130 00
, 43,481,422 50

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
Abstract of Quarterly Reports by

-5

States—Continued.
LIABILITIES.

STATES.

January.

April.

July.

I

Octobcr.

lUassatliiiMcits.
Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
National batik notes outstanding
State bank notes outstanding
Individual deposits
United States deposits
Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers.,
Dividends unpaid
Due to national banks
Due to other banks and bankers
Profits
Other items

Aggregate.
City of Soston.
Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
National bank notes outstanding.,...
Stale bank notes outstanding
Individual deposits
United States deposits
Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers..
Dividends unpaid
Due to national banks
Due to other banks and bankers
Profits
Other items

Aggregate

$37, 057,000 00 $37,182,000 00 $37,282,000 00 $37, 732, 000 00
3, 473, 336 09 3,855,034 98
4,749,222 10
4,221,134 90
26, 263,911 00 28,925,378 00 30,181,737 00 31,228,848 00
2, 652,912 00 1,358,699 00
856,662 00
4, 541,414 00
'899,215 47 16,512,228 85 18,612,780 68 21,990,432 43
16,"
2,434,376 85
1,580,7G3 06 2,030,879 24 2,595,899 42
84,851 70'
32,701 20
246,301 65
914,563 65
584,528 57
680,819 62
591,349 24
677,572 62
222,466 87
122,043 79
226,440 10
461,649 60
(, 164,188 98 1,846,498 93
2,208,378 44
1,757,952 83

97,296,194 05

101,973,563 13

42,550,000 00
5,823,308 09
24,393,106 00
467,346 00
42,803,925 77
1,646,877 22
73,020 52

42,100,000 00
6,376,146 10
"24,344,555 00
355,010 00
44,335,811 66
1,454,731 12
4,280 41

G8,995 36 2,070, 653 51
862, 111 S7 12,928,371 06 15,840,398 03
],141,170 48
1,254,946 52
350,484 82
984,776 77
2,474,404 39
549,189 69
5,944 20

13,803,832 85
916,459 51
809,785 99

131,508,863 51 128,298,715 37 137,327,332 54

134,500,612 64

93,033,125 69

94,737,285 99

42,550,000
5,767,005
116,216 00 23,596,290
902,299
470,442 00
507,739 02 37,744,713
613,435
601,934 28
550,000 00
422,806 27

00
12
00
00
46
97

Bliodc I 1 i I
* m .
«
Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
National bank notes outstanding
State bank notes outstanding
.Individual deposits
United States deposits
Deposits ofU. S. disbursing officers-.
Dividends unpaid
Due to national banks
Due to other banks and bankers
Profits
Other items

Aggregate




19,768,550 00 20,137,450 00
734,480 24
750,063 21
7, 427,430 00 10,076,250 00
1,593,009 00
2,647,256 00
6,130,698 30 5,304,677 76
425,612 56
344,298 50
280,829
1,483,707
709,908
587,251

52
30
67
70

40,149,993 20

20,304,150 00
776,734 28
11, 759,737 00
900,953 00
6,409,282 71
549,343 53
8,024 21

20,364,800 00
894,650 09
12,207,650 00
408,723 00
6,606,785 01
596,023 93
57,326 42

1,282,841 78
681,054 48
773,325 54

1,130,312 43
483,8S9 75
731,261 87

40,660,147 58 | 43,445,446 53 j

43,481,422 50

163, 325 19
905,293 34
569,011 27
751,040 22

6

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

Abstract of Quarterly Reports by States—Continued.

January.

April.

July.

October.

Connecticut*
Loans and discounts

$22,703,933 71 $24,143,261 50 $25,119,537 27 $26,159,684 11
60,338 46
80,661 40
76,710 24
45,306 78
951,274 92
887,553 09
953,467. 77
881,625 28
Ileal estate, furniture, and fixtures
115,539 98
216,984 25
103,055 04 # 211,381 79
Expense account
141,365 12
131,236 28
158,653 52
166, 051 93
Premiums
796,773 18
624,313 55
727,916 09
737,312 83
Remittances and other cash items
6,899,032 82
6,5ffT, 179 77 5,727,691 26
6, 650,184 89
Due from national banlcs
406,806 10
314,808 80
477,843 45
572,025 47
Due from other banks and bankers
19,462,500 00
IT. S.bonds dep'd to secure circulation.. 17,475 600 00 18, 669,300 00 19,271,300 00
5,136,150 00
5,908,150 00
3,187,300 00
Other United States bonds and securities. 6,514,900 00
485,141 00
581,576 00
490,304 00
500,511 00
Bills of other banks
501,362 09
188,482 63
Specie
521,561 08
145,327 69
3,199,787 10
2,556,321 44
2,544,085 30
3,123,499 78
Other lawful money
559,717 52
475,915 13
518,594 28
589,577 95
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages
Aggregate
TVcw Y o r k .
Loans and discounts
Overdrafts
Heal estate, furniture, and fixtures
Expense account
Premiums
Remittances and other cash items..
Due from national banks
Due from other banks and bankers
U. S. bonds dep'd to secure circulation:.
Other United Statesbonds and securities.
Bills of other banks
Specie
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages
Aggregate

59,810,217 31

61,036,034 03

63,267,524 32

56,842,841 26 55, 042,183 92 56,006,379 40
386,454 33
456,191 14
456,234 79
1, 710,258 56
1,681,933 87
1, 691,276 16
330,519 34
303, 588 77
469,973 36
216,305 15
218,63G 32
223,441 81
3,179,877 03
2,764, 720 13
2,763,034 52
14,437,346 99 13,196,248 35 13,230,107 10
1,691,972 05
1,178,874 79
743,339 46
29,070,450 00 31,919,950 00 33,666, 650 00
14,502,350 00 12,036,450 00 10,818, 900 00
1,800,211 00
1,773,727 00
1,304,282 00
391,891 53
371,914 65
354,793 56
9, 923,549 78 10,993,864 83 10,865,940 75
7,817,422 92
7,799,591 19
7,386,895 59
142,275,458 42

139,916,765 37

139,828,351 61

City of New Y o r k .
Loans and discounts
129,048,436 13 134,635,418 33 143,515,885 74
Overdrafts
159,367 94
243,770 01
202,805 63
Real estate, furniture,'and fixtures
4,841,066 01
4,716,318 94
4,756,936 42
Expense account
583,838 79
404,574 80
1,131,685 19
Premiums
154,419 03
189,013 70
270,332 90
Remittances and other cash items
67,968,235 38 86,548,591 04 73,531,530 63
Due from national banks
8,902,980 14
6,777,397 42 11,910,499 99
Due from other banks and bankers
4,226,185 72
2,345,269 68
1,961,403 19
U. S. bonds dep'd to secure circulation.. 38,542,500 00 39,611, 000 00 40,015,100 00
Other United States bonds and securities. 30,394,450 00 29,451,650 00 30,917, 200 00
3,342,361 00 2,565,897 00
Bills of other banks
2,504,272 00
10,599,365 39
7,335,717 95
7,827,294 76
66,177.021 83 69,376,486 21 73,537,168 87
3,972,626 57
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages
3,865,688 03
4,601,946 87
Aggregate




366,907,190 82 388,450,654 52 398,355,863 98

62,532,900 13
62,039,178 27
433,081 15
1,636,221 71
434,380 19
228,544 93
2,864,099 48
17,975,275 33
839,054 31
35,365,300 00
6,646,250 00
1,237,709 00
237,750 57
11,522,495 32
6,922,000 53
147,481,340 84

167,120,172 90
122,420 57
4,972,099 56
1,286,129 22
459,405 26
81,060,7G0 81
JO, 753,890 99
2,829,323 35
40,373,100 00
25,117,950 00
1,663,326 00
4,591,965 48
78,191,644 59
4,330,519 75
422,877,703 43

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
Abstract of Quarterly

-7

Reports by States—Continued.
LIABILITIES.

STATES.

Connecticut.
Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
National bank notes outstanding
State bank notes outstanding
Individual deposits

Dividends unpaid
Due to national banks
Due to other banks and bankers
Profits .
Other items

Aggregate

January.

July.

October.

$24,233, 950 00 $24,460,885 00 $24,584,220 00 $24,584,220 00
2,502,455 21
2,527,865 17
2, 757,342 97
2,896,732 60
12,630,350 00 15,303,817 00 16,299,893 00
16,895,608 00
4,319,797 00
2,852,217 00
1,662,897 00
855,304 00
11,246,547 70 11,427,909 41 13,108,077 30
12,256,897 03
684,735 18
702,821 17 j 1,053,408 75
737,016 20
57,675 88
42,487 94
521,458 77
132,139 77
2,124, 692 01
2,177,066 77
1,939, 697 82
2,392,157 13
315,566 70
354,827 26
289,729 64
316,299 15
1,316,938 65
1, 025,357 05
1,398,952 05
1,540,990 14
108,672 37

59,810,217 31

ZVew Y o r k .
Capital stock pain in
$40,583,250 00
Surplus fund
3,230,166 70
National bank notes outstanding
21,758,648 00
State bank notes outstanding
9,725,441 00
Individual deposits
51,242,097 07
United States deposits
2,293,196 43
Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers....
Dividends unpaid
478,674 20
Due to national banks
6,006,303 12
Due to other banks and bankers
2,241,348 43
Profits
4,169,315 52
Other items.
547,017 95

Aggregate

April.

142,275,458 42

61,036,034 03

63,267,524 32

62,532,900 13

40,658,241 00
3,381,827 53
25,669,110 00
7,950,481 00
48,649, 732 98
2,094,881 10

40, 633,241 00
4,133,896 66
27,437,681 00
5, 646,705 00
46, 756,795 O
C
3,272,481 69
174,674 47

40,733,241 00
4,282, 718 44
30,185,815 00
2,387,764 00
52,654,703 01
3,327,444 50
34,499 69

6,273,102 98
1,563,153 51
3,937, 620 24

7, 595,454 64
2,226,127 77
4,053,572 79

139,916,765 37 .139,828,351 61

147,481,340 84

138,702 22
5,259,793 75
1,979,438 76
4,134,554 03

City of New Y o r k .
Surplus fund National bank notes outstanding
State bank notes outstanding
Individual deposits
United States deposits
Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers
Dividends unpaid
Due to national banks
Due to other banks and bankers
Profits
Other items.




74,409,700 00 75, 009, 700 00
11,897,591 93 12,477,698 08
21,156,114 00 25,932,992 00
794,053 00
701,404 00
181,690,437 87 201,429,489 23
1,559,382 22
3,177,664 66

75, 009,700 00
14,527,337 52
29,032,329 00
535,901 00
202,839,625 64
6,0G0,970 14
168,128 89

75,009,700 00
15,225,785 77
30,427,414 00
455,396 00
211,274,601 35
3,315, 699 79
277,068 26

339,237 63
48,621,901 63
12,029,737 56
8,730,829 73

49,491,254 57
14,488,188 77
6,202,428 45

62,974,806 41
15,675,914 54
8,241,322 36

366,907,190 82 388,450,654 52

398,355,863 98

422,877,708 48

2,434,109 60
52,796,520 06
13,035,484 15
7,132,449 42
1,348 57

8'

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
Abstract of Quarterly

Report by

States—Continued.
RESOURCES.

STATES.

January.

April.

July.

October.

IVcw Jersey.
Loans and discounts
Overdrafts

$13, 997,287 78 $14,815,404 72 $15,473, 653 55 $10,800,608 34
24,350 91
22,501 41
30,600 07
57,910 51
518,145 56
490,166 41
529,355 92
537,103 5
4
* 98,805 14
129,237 32
124,608 95
141,815 43
Expense account
...
96,497 95
82,896 92
97,430 01
70,172 93
Premiums
679,080 76
757,432 74
835, 045 32
697,432 96
Remittances and other cash items
4,896,505 15
3, 991,215 66 4,077,145 56
5,375,337 21
Due from national banks
450,264 81
586,837 26
462,253 78
429,903 65
Due from other banks and bankers
9,759,200 00 10,128,950 00
10,324,150 00
U. S. bonds dep'd to secure circulation.. 9,454,700 00
2, 648,550 00
3,210,550 00
Other United States bonds and securities. 3,503,750 00
1,761,800 00
321,155 00
419,439 00
383,620 00
502,168 00
Bills of other banks
152,980 75
110,448 49
199,482 88
88,818 93
Specie
2,577,852 65
2,400,562 59
2, 632,360 92
2,739,061 -99
434,641 44
439,114 99
458,093 03
416,490 07
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages
Aggregate

37,389,409 27

Maryland.
2,599,355 99
Loans and discounts
Overdrafts
15, 771 16
Real estate, furniture, and fixtures.....
98,604 94
Expense account
!
24,263 45
Premiums
j
19,804 06
Remittances and other cash items
99,966 49
Due from national banks
470,827 34
Due from other banks and bankers
140,547 92
U. S. bonds dep'd to secure circulation.. 1,916,500 00
Other United States bonds and securities.
961,300 00
Bills of other banks
100,215 00
Specie
115,760 04
Other lawful money
481,083 36
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages
140,798 30
Aggregate

7,184,798 05

City of Bnltimorc*
Loans and discounts
Overdrafts
!
Real estate, furniture, and fixtures
Expense account

14,652,265 41
. 9,458 59
301,732 95
35,490 59
53,153 81
Remittances and other cash items
464,910 44
1,727,283 43
Due from other bonks and bankers . . .
279,521 67
U. S. bonds dep'd to secure circulation.. 5,999,500 00
Other United States bonds andsecurities. 3,042,950 00
Bills of other banks
1,509,241 00
705,080 70
Specie
Other lawful money
4,194,779 71
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages
220,781 80
Aggregate




33,199,150 10

37,361,343 51

37,778, t33 89

39,915,262 29

2,633,297 76
9,829 48
99, 506 27
25,849 34
19,812 62
103,580 31
757,827 20
105,541 17
1,973,250 00
944,000 00
97,207 00
85,668 92
556,047 26
107,723 30

2,476, 506 37
18,653 02
110,827 10
17,475 37
14,773 00
138,115 01
628,748 51
86,857 31
1,993,250 00
649,750 00
87,470 00
81,794 91
655,497 56
118,423 30

2,603,080 52
18,758 40
108,390 39
27,862 30
. 15,190 17
108,535 £0
810,595 10
106,142 21
1,993,250 00
563,950 00
147,244 00
54,610 76
636,566 41
171,014 81

7,519,140 T 3
6

7,080,141 46

7,365,190 30

14, 988,860 38 14,316,095 40
78,853 16
37,316 16
317,556 77
304,185 76
20,162 71
128,634 07
33,114 43
45,556 93
889,349 23
556,214 95
1,378,764 97
3,154,786 72
264,754 99
456,384 71
7,499, 500 00
7,299,500 00
2,129," 850 00 2,153, 600 00
559,431 00
729,281 00
651,255 65
494,581 05
4,284,462 72
5,920,336 57
324,630 08
239,531 80
33,059,949 10

34,196,605 11

14,834,570 19
15,382 25
322, OGc 25
.121,882 09
11,836 81
652,271 25
1,297,987 57
398,533 39
8,059,500 00
1,343,450 00
887,445 00
444, 111 42
4,793,396 09
324,311 08
33,506,742 39

REPORT OF TIIE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
Abstract of Quarterly Reports by States—Continued.
LIABILITIES.

STATES,

C
'
N J
.
2VCW J I C '
Capital utock pai<l in
Surplus fund
National bank notes outstanding
State bank notes outstanding
Individual deposits
United States deposits
Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers.,
Dividends unpaid
Due to national banks
Duo to other banks and bankers
Profits
Other items

Aggregate

January.

April.

Julv.

October.

933,330 00 $10,933,350 00 $11,233,350 00 $11,233,350 00
1,435,532 88
1,581,578 69
1,607,246 25 '
555,299 00
6,973,737 00
7,931,826 00
8,681,116 00
360, 933 00 2,535,826 00
1,311,924 00
635, 639 00
932,792 68 12,620,558 04 12,146,294 89
14,076,137 87
759,325 61
668,344 67
716,723 98
907,741 91
101,152 50
44,933 52
141,307 48
123,580 16
., 291, 637 75 1,165,899 31
1,588,832 87
1,758,902 31
205,700 87
113,676 14
198,927 05
190,786 86
734,528 55
790,839 31
833,524 96
914,207 52
22,534 56

#10,

1,451,999 77

37,389,409 27

37,361,343 51

37,778,933 89

39,915,262 29

2,448,217 00
200,978 92
820,920 00
735,797 00
2,460,149 66

2,398,217 00
216,794 41
1,306,165 00
477,227 00
2,630,500 05
. 52,967 42

2,448,217 00
220,918 95
1,457,580 00
258,846 00
2,367,144 05
58,018 37
12,693 52

2,398,267 00
253,339 62
1,585,586 00
144,677 00
2,645,090 74
44,670 44
37,389 64

67,294 60
18,684 08
170,544 89

105,132 96
8,715 44
142,321 46

IVfarylniul.
Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
National bank notes outstanding
State bank note* outstanding
Individual deposits
United States deposits
Deposits of U. S. disbursing officer*.
Dividends unpaid...
Due to national banks
Due to other banks and bankers
Profits
Other items

41,915 50
238,424 74
70,516 24
167,878 99

33,250 62
195, 892 93
62,619 24
145,506 96

7,184,798 05

7,519,140 63

7, 080,141 46

7,365,190 30

10, 191,985 00
1,073,840 89
3,668,743 00
2,732,689 00
12,164,462 37
464,443 76

10,191,985 00
1,087,820 85
5,251,018 00
2,191,010 00
10,997,329 54
641,494 60

10,191,985 00
1, 059,171 48
6, 019,822 00
1,186,424 00
11,815,451 65
1,030,753 79
981 53

10,191,985 00
1, 038,233 03
6,659,840 00
690,889 00
11,484,742 31
640, 925 48
1,801 23

2,021,966 95
359,193 25
503,855 46

1,579,309 94
483,707 63
735,308 77

34,196,605 11 |

33,506.742 39

City of Xtnltimorc.
Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
National bank notes outstanding
State bank notes outstanding
Individual deposits
United States deposits
Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers..
Dividends unpaid
Due to national banks
Due to other banks and bankers
Profits
Other items

Aggregate.




481,223 77
1,738,444 61
210,238 96
421,352 07
21,726 67

33,199,150 10

69,226 39
1,652, 957 26
197,550 99
779,556 47

33,059,949 10

10

REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

Abstract of Quarterly Reports by States—Continued.
RESOURCES.

STATES.

January.

April.

July.

October.

Pennsylvania.
$23,935,369 54 $25, 649,105 81 $25,401,846 47 $27, 669,3G1 34
Loans and discounts
116,006 09
105,859 96
127,025 01
86,835 01
Overdrafts
778,757 98
626,080 13
732,042 28
607,679 84
Real estate, furniture, and fixtures
409,839 04
232,114 73
250, 883 56
405,254 02
Expense account
206,083 56
198,784 45
218,489 40
185,022 56
Premiums
631, 251 49
711,847 29
1, 015,091 96
727,533 59
Remittances and otlier cash items
!
6,666,134 75
7,222,818 33
7,654,929 56
Due from national banks
1 6,893,834 71
1,103,342 72
1,371,805 29
1,276,316 24
Due from other banks and bankers
955,425 70
23,331.850 00
U. S. bonds dep'd to secure circulation. 22,280,850 00 22,786,350 00 23, 200,350 00
8, 605,500 00
6,878,800 00
Other United States bonds and securities - 11,890,550 00 1C, 655,100 00
1,447, 777 00
1,232, 651 00
1,345,300 00
1,078,670 00
Bills of other banks
180, 402 47
185,019 40
148,894 84
80,633 40
6, 959, 447 73 8,148,567 87
7,290,476 82
7,543,704 04
Other lawful money
676, 053 57
638,766 53
505,333 08
406,097 40
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages
Aggregate

77,379,0G6 58 j 79,737,164 84

77,343,891 73

City o f P h i l a d e l p h i a .
Loans and discounts
Overdrafts

26,703,942 31 27,774,910 13 28,612,330 09
7,217 36
7,214 87
5, 643 02
835,110 76
658,171 45
959,266 87
152,059 27
Expense account
i
398,904 11
141, 545 57
184, 518 57
165 821 50
Premiums
'
199,216 89
2,104,069 54
Remittances and other cash items
1, 399,018 34 2,551,908 60
3,385,915 76
4,111,776 92
Due from national banks
3,330,157 61
597,855 91
534, 778 61
Due from other banks and bankers
410,226 63
U. S. bonds dep'd to secure circulation. 9,917,000 00 11,170,000 00 11,928,000 00
Other United Statesbonds and securities. 9,798,650 00
7,293,150 00
7,944,200 00
1,015,651 00
Bills of other banks
587,458 00
857,112 00
928,201 13
Specie
992,949 42
842, 631 69
17,977,909 97 16,607,138 83 22,512,706 63
Other lawful money
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages
903,895 67
595,340 93
799, 920 73
Aggregate

75,237,658 41

City of Pitlabnrgh.
Loans and discounts

10, 473,883 05
31,120 89
Real estate, furniture, and fixtures
351,848 04
Expense account
98,482 77
Premiums
112,837 27
Remittances and other cash items
215,011 30
2,031,782 54
Due from other banks and bankers
1,029,525 47
U. S. bonds dep'd to secure circulation.
7,308,000 00
Other United States bonds and securities. 2,953,750 00
659,031 00
Bills of other banks
94,526 67
Specie
3,876,375 37
Other lawful money
10,000 00
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages
Aggregate




29,246,179 37

71,770,771 95

81,094,916 53

77,811 846 46
29,979,767 484,699 22
995,609 77
319,314 02
286,027 01
1,840,789 61 .
4,292,757 73
606,295 13
12,156,500 00
7,263,900 00
1,704,010 00
798,522 33
26,219,182 63
965,714 31
87,493,089 34

11,219,574 85 11,088,977 21
21,964 87
25,950 14
340,047 16
385,425 19
141,772 44
83, 663 99
93,905 65
91,303 37
242, 368 19
637,122 83 j
2,367,953 O
O 2,573,777 93 !
536,397 57
142,740 51
7,673,000 00
7,687,000 00
2,188,250 00
1,483,200 00
285,978 00
228,814 00
143,312 70
71,055 70
3,444,182 32
3,343,221 17
. 10,000 00
10,000 00

11,228,993 21
32,230 13
366,335 93
162,537 92
86, 660 34
333,335 47
3,009,154 12
202,606 51
7,687,000 00
1,205,100 00
371,453 00
70,156 82
3,923,936 90
8,000 00

28,708,706 75

28,757,557 85

27,852,262 04

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
Abstract of Quarterly

Reports by

-11

States—Continued.
LIABILITIES.

STATES.

January;

Pennsylvania*
Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
National bank notes outstanding —
State bank notes outstanding
Individual deposits
United States deposits
Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers.,
Dividends unpaid
Due to national banks
Due to other banks and bankers
Profits
Other items

April.

July.

$23,700,090 00 $23, 660,865 00 $24,060,865 00
223, 640 39 2,336,089 27 2,592,087 22
922,93G 00 18,092,136 00 19,029,798 00
751,279 00
5, 772,482 00 2,839,328 00
250,246 21 24,594,480 67 23,140,294 08
452,249 47 1,328,317 63
1,875,610 06
16,3G0 94
86,685 51
177,969 90
1,812,344 96
996,009 84
2,154,529 61
365,675 24
329,165 90
227,980 38
402,200 16 1,688,088 56
1,407,038 44
113,279 71

77,379,066 58

Aggregate.

79,737,164 84

77,343,891 73

15,292,150 00
5,124,155 29
7,670,997 00
- 303,885 00
37,593,463 78
1,599,452 37

15,292,150
4,897,158
9,159,157
263,299
32,934,560
1,280,603

15,562,150 00
4,968,749 65
9. 856,201 00
194,593 00
38,434,317 59
2,529,237 34
44,135 49

City of Philadelphia.

Capital stock paid in
.
Surplus fund
National bank notes outstanding
State banknotes outstanding
Individual deposits
United States deposits
Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers..
Dividends unpaid
Due to national banks
Due to other banks and bankers
Profits

79, 679 33
5, 775,175 12
674,191 40
1,124, 709 12

Other items

Aggregate.

00
98
00
00
88
14

73,446 72
7,466,694 61
5,651,044 46
583,783 93 . 916,340 33
1,119,941 99
1,635,567 84
2,555 53

75,237,858 41

71,770,771 95

81,094,916 53

7,900,000 00
1,459,731 36
5, 451,375 00
3, 678,048 00
8,786,949 72
213,482 29

8,650,000 00
749,574 36
5,682,215 00
3,017,933 00
8,740,372 87
189,540 86

8,800,000 00

42,271 50
433,898 73
258,469 16
1,021,953 61

25,059
413,874
195,677
1,044,459

City of Pittsburg.

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
National bank notes outstanding.
State bank notes outstanding
Individual deposits
United States deposits
Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers.,
Dividends unpaid
Due to national banks
Due to other banks and bankers.....

Profits

,

50
24
19
73

1,017,172 78
6,165,135 00
1,464,310 00
8,186,182 52
548,382 85
63,183 00
423,954 79
288,596 42
895,344 68

Other items

Aggregate




29,246,179 37

28,708,706 75

27,852,262 04 | ( 28,757,557 85

12'

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
Abstract of Quarterly Reports by

States—Continued.
RESOURCES.

STATLS.

January. •

April.

|

July. •

October.

j
Delaware*

$1,804,421 12 $1,910,534 30 $2, 004,384 01
Loans and discounts
4, 628 72
2,452 42
Overdrafts
2,113 26
94,762 14
101,433 29
85,233 43
Real estate, furniture, and fixtures
18,036 95 \
23,330 52
22,589 52
Expense account
9,473 45
5,759 37
8,171 93
Premiums
50,679 51
60,260 76
71,009 78
Remittances and other cash items
507,578 75
488,126 67
359,450 43
Due from national banks
25,700 59
29, 034 25
25,427 41
Duo from other banks and bankers
1,342,200 00
1,342,200 00
U. S. bonds dep'd to secure circulation.. 1,202,050 00
198,050 00
180,300 00
OtherUnited States bonds and securities.
199,850 00
44,278 00
53,433 00
43, 644 00
Hills of other banks
7,330 07
4,993 98
Specie
5,088 24
Other lawful money
235,719 61
228, 368 82
286,103 46
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages....
100,157 90
99,972 90
77, 090 98
Aggregate

4,3&3,542 50

4,532,541 57

4,529,345 47 j

4,950,436 0
4

2,086, 047 59j 1,421,581 63
21,078 09 ;
11,921 55
216,694 43 :
221,065 87 1
49,913 77 |
21,707 99
32,870 79 '
38,074 23
113,104 37
60,335 18
799,455 40 j
800,716 39
623,509 35
73, 981 86
1,242,000 00
1,242, 000 00
3,068,200 00
2, 637,000 00
86,084 00
99,284 00
76,757 81
65,426 21
1,774,986 88
869,145 61
27,423 75
27, 543 75

1,420,467 02
17,599 6 1
1
224,711 76
52,912 23
70,182 92
155,258 27
384,993 12
30,599 4>
.
"
1,242,000 00
2,513,300 00
141,274 00
28,100 26
820, 584 27
29,032 18

!

District of Columbia.

2,325,399 62
Loans and discounts
Overdrafts
12,070 98
208,887 64
Real estate, furniture, and fixtures
Expense account
22,124 69
Premiums
60,769 65
Remittances and other cash items
72,052 27
Duo from national banks
1,366,059 85
Due from other banks and bankers
97,954 53
U. S. bonds dep'd to gecure circulation.. 1,365,000 00
Other United States bondsand securities. 3,974,250 00
Bills of other banks
166,828 00
Specie
65,747 34
Other lawful money
2,063,403 67
Other stocks, bond3, and mortgages
26,923 75
Aggregate

11,827,471 99

$2, £03,391 07
1,508 7
4
101,463 3'J
19,524 62
8,184 3
G
51,672 99
611,770 90
31,771 34
1,348,200 C
O
137,100 00
68,735 00
5,512 23
282,376 56
79,224 78

-

1

10,218,126 23

7,589,784 27

• 7,131,020 19

Virginia.

Loans aud discounts
Overdrafts
Real estate, furniture, and fixtures

2,020,166 38
56,323 86
110,558 07
41,336 27
41,401 69
Remittances and other cash items
305,878 75
Due from national banks
904,766 39
Due from other banks and bankers
189,676 41
U. S. bonds dep'd to secure circulation. .1 1,521,500 00
Other United States bonds and securities - j 797,850 00
Bills of other banks
j
199,871 00
Specie
I
303,359 89
Other lawful money
600,924 79
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages
29,236 25

2,835,109 65
3,235,117 81
69,242 61
65,992 33
208,919 32
253,766 05
61,072 77
69,772 32
28,651 32
48,448 46
367,015 06
. 382,924 68
828,176 80
747,781 31
273,231 80
54,083 36
2,280,300 00
2,081,300 00
546,600 00
499,450 00
252, 030 00
286,970 00
183,686 65
123,727 09 j
666,975 70 !
639,828 58 |
19,940 05 J
44,243 76

3,359,077 G
2
51,393 11
276,033 4
S
65,669 34
32,220 91
375,382 01
692,262 7li
147,534 97
2,367,300 00
444,200 00
211,090 00
52,113 26
825,7G7 20
44,383 51

7,122,849 75

8,421,954 73 j 8,732,405 75 J

8,944,433 20

Aggregate




REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
Abstract of Quarterly Reports by

-13

States—Continued.
LIABILITIES.

STATES.

January.

April.

July.

!

October.

Oct aware.

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
National bank notes outstanding
State bank notes outstanding
Individual deposits
United States deposits...*
Deposits ofU. S. disbursing officers.
Dividends unpaid
Due to national banks
Due to other banks and bankers
Profits
1

$1,400,485 00
238,759 05
768,860 00
213,297 00
1,221,927 73
146,515 06
6,342
171,856
85,273
110,228

29
06
12
19

$1,428,185 00 $1,428,185 00
247,156 20
246,866 80
1,010,950 00
1,123,765 00
124,611 00
" 87,179 00
1,401,861 32 1,199,873 25
95,008 57
74,669 57
3,312 98
8,201 78
117,234 16
207,546 44
35,813 28
33,792 06
63,520 26
124,155 37

$1,428,185 00
259,157 27
1,160,928 00
64,610 00
1,532,277 32
160,946 4
G

245,761 45
27,343 86
71,226 68

Other items

Aggregate..

4,363,542 50

4,532,541 57

4,529,345 47

4,950,436 04

1,550,000 00
124,586 97
1,197,765 00

1,350,000 00
131,732 34
1,023,770 00

1,350,000 00
158,899 77
1,058,147 00

1,350,000 00
170,941 92
1,066,597 00

4,310,068 98
4,233, 634 59

4,496,097 96
2,862,971 41

1,368,608 23
1,341,890 68
515,061 49

1,448,341 99
1,537,114 91
95, 379 34

351,615 10
1,269,851 30
175,710 70

232,823 43
1,141,407 79
88,413 81

7,589,784 27

7,131,020 19

District of Columbia.

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
National bank notes outstanding.—
State bonk notes outstanding
Individual deposits
United States deposits
Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers.,
Dividends unpaid
Due to national banks
Due to other banks and bankers
Profits
Other items

Aggregate

20,750 00
149,757 36
7,403 61
233,505 48

625
96,585
15,677
240,666

50
08
75
19

11,827,471 99 10,218,126 23

Virginia.

Capital stock paid la
Surplus fund
National bank notes outstanding
State bank notes outstanding
Individual deposits
United States deposits
Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers.
Dividends unpaid.,
Due to national banks
:
Due to other banks and bankers
Profits
Other items

Aggregate..




1,812,550 00
4,785 80
1,044,135 00

2,283,050 00
74,006 00
1,696,050 00

2,399,370 00
55,019 48
1,897,630 00

2,500,000 00
66,980 66
2,040,705 00

3,162, 973 30
405,019 46

3,256,469 93
588,996 77

3,523,568 16
254,304 20
80,902 71

3,558,086 29
256,626 73
128,467 94

184,198 52
91,932 33
245,480 35

183,518 65
26,208 47
183,839 46

8,732,405 75

8,944,433 20

8,000 00

187,050 31
300,459 02
197,876 86

7,122,849 75

1,350 00
171, 749 38
183,626 01
166, 656 64

8,421,954 73

14'

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
Abstract of Quarterly Reports by
STATES.

January.

States—Continued.

April.

July.

Went Virginia.
$1,791,635 79 $2,418, 103 19 $2,519, 000 32
.Loans and discounts
16,236 57
26, 528 95
17,085 60
Overdrafts
<
146, 228 57
135, '85 69
94,935 36
Heal estate, furniture, and fixtures
35, 829 39
31 991 59
39,944 74
Expense accounts
36, 040 79
23,202 59
35, 980 74
Premiums
101, 607 77
90,981 31
100, 043 65
Remittances and other cash items
423,710 35
620, 877 68
528, 050 13
Due from national hanks
131,377 65
63, 010 01
57, 587 22
Due from other banks and bankers ...
2,177, 750 00 2,219, 750 00
U. S. bonds dep'd to secure circulation.. 1,933,250 00
828,550 00
711, 250 00
790, 900 00
Other United States bonds and securities.
108,941 00
113, 784 00
136, 570 00
Bills of other banks
9,066 49
11.213 50
20, 780 20
Specie
637,741 92
644, 633 11
662, 422 75
Other lawful money
8,000 00
8,850 00
8,800 00
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages.

$2, 618,756 66
13,145 83
149,590 30
30,667 29
33,903 12
197,295 54
600,493 52
77,082 92
2,236,750 00
735,350 00
153,942 00
17,702 32
707,112 06
4,000 00

7,248,311 71

7,575,791 5>
f

3,079 34
11,928 26
3,708 14
21,236 62
98,287 39
19,883 11

268,736 13
87 44
2,874 23
5,564 22
5, 625 55
33,186 22
85,481 02
21,220 52

182,000 00

182,000 00

414,453 39
103 27
4,123 00
13,417 07
7,673 08
44,279 95
134,346 12
14,525 17
309,000 00

115,000 00
34,894 00
21,359 08
135,686 89

117,900 00
31,197 00
22,908 82
94,095 27

106,100 00

915,702 87

870,876 42

1,182,087 47

620,335 53

761,316 59

732,006 94

Aggregate.,

6,123,422 81

',131,294 11

North Carolina.

Loans and discounts
Overdrafts
Real estate, furniture, and fixtures
Expense account
Premiums
Remittances and other cash items......
Due from national banks
Due from other banks and bankers.
U. S. bonds dep'd to secure circulation..
Other United States bonds and securities
Bills of other banks
Specie
Other lawful money
Other stocks, bends, and mortgages...
Aggregate -

183,077 37
3,303 36
2,296 74
2,872 24
896 00
21,423 01
21,511 45
10,002 91
132,000 00
55,550 00
57,118 00
33,774 91
51,195 17

268, 640 04

38, 577 00
11,878 99
81,371 93
2,233 50

South Carolina.

Loans and discounts
Overdrafts
Real estate, furniture, andfixtures...
Expense account
Premiums
Remittances and other cash items
Due from national banks
Due from other banks and bankers...
U. S. bonds dep'd to secure circulation
Other United Statesbonds and securities.
Bills of other banks
Specie
Other lawful money
Other stocks, bond*, and mortgages
Aggregate.




760 93
463 75
91, 278 15
32, 104 17
15, 102 01
85, 000 00
249, 500 00
21, 870 77
359, 120 65

1,478,540 96

48 00
9,025 36
104,208 97
130,398 29
12,153 91

120,000 00
3,500
140,400
20,281
303,222

C
O
00
71
18

1,604,555 01

70 00
7,115 60
1,042 50
108,683 95
122,219 65
S7,107 40
140,000 00
3,650 00
G , 112 00
O
32,459 39
198,011 e0

1,502,479 23

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
Abstract of Quarterly

Reports by

-15

States—Continued.
LIABILITIES.

STATES.

West Virginia.

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
National bank notes outstanding
State bank notes outstanding
Individual deposits
United States deposits
Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers
Due to national banks
Duo to other banks and baukers
Profits

April.

January.

July.

|

$2,213,100 00 $2,216,400 00
'83, 796 77
73,482 39
1,943,470 00
1,846,515 00
11, 718 00
15,951 00
2,581,189 26 2,519,504 62
153,212 42
124,089 64
18,917 29
6,553 50
2,108 50
84,920 34
113,526 42
101,461 66
49,055 36
39,406 77
73,385 56
167,316 91
92,936,52
100,011 10
54,085 33

$2,143,030
55,628
996,415
21,028
2,472,647
128,164

00
84
00
00
64
79

7,248,311 71 |

October.

$2,216,400 00
107,289 45
1,963, 705 00
9,180 00
2,769,728 95
190,338 17
80,836 35
64,489 15
57,713 77
116,110 10

7,575,791 56

6,123,422 81

7,131,294 11

166,250 00
1,066 25
83,000 00

221,050 00
1,066 25
152,500 00

247,450 00
13,988 42
160,500 00

377,590 00
8,168 42
198,000 00

168,051 88

263,229 90

204,205 91

317,548 59

49,730 36

Aggregate

206,090 65

149,027 32
26,988 74

113,942 78
44,074 40

39,969 37
317 75
64,635 55

32,150 42
6,493 44
30,122 21

7,722 40
38,892 88
22,100 75

7,890 99
73,672 71
41,179 53

575,02L 16

915,702 87

870,876 42

1,182,087 47

366,450 00

433,800 00

500,000 00
1,950 27
62,900 00

1,054,592 68

992,660 74

823,428 33

26,726 57
6,363 46
24,408 25

124,800 51
6,407 96
46,885 80

28,489 39
3,224 30
82,486 S>
l

1,478,540 96

1,601,555 01

North Carolina.

Capital stock paid in
National bank notes outstanding

Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers
Dividends unpaid
Due to national banks
Due to other banks and bankers
Profits
Other items

Aggregate
South Carolina.

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
....
National bank notes outstanding..
State bank notes outstanding
. Individual deposits
United States deposits
Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers
Dividends unpaid
Due to national banks
Due to other banks and bankers
Profits
Other items

Aggregate....




.

1, 502, 479 23

16'

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
Abstract of Quarterly

Reports by

States—Continued.
RESOURCES.

STATES.

j

January.

April.

July.

j

October.

Georgia.

$238,874 21

Loans and discounts
Ileal estate, furniture, and fixtures
Premiums
Remittances and other cash items
Due from national banks
Due from other banks and bankers
17. S. bonds dep'd to secure circulation..
OtherUnited States bonds aud securities.
Bills of other banks
Other lawful money

Aggregate

.

1,950 77
11, G T 07
S
1,566 16
8,552 90
77,123 41
156,481 54
704,000 00
50,000 00
234,853 C
O
7,778 99
329,483 52

1,822.291 57

$875,339 54
16,399 01
3,281 49
24,972 67
3,028 76
196,230 30
539,195 24
49,167 89
875,500 00
218,850 00
157,223 00
6,268 73
489,401 27

3,454,857 90

$1,174,924 05
3,496 20
15,755 85 !
59,997 63 \
7,325 21
47,516 29
548,379 35
348,814 84 |
1,267,000 00
351,500 00 •
230,877 00
33,657 89 !
961,052 58
12,000 00

$1,440, 113 01
624 02
28,090 60
58,700 31
15,635 68
49,540 20
524,829 65
286,973 27
1,272,000 00
502,500 00
207,444 00
26,268 88
176,367 30
31,500 00

5,062,326 89

5,226,203 92

Alabama.

Loans and discounts
Overdrafts
Real estate, furniture, and fixtures
Expense account
Premiums
Remittances and other cash items
Due from national banks
Due from other banks and bankers
U. S. bonds dep't to secure circulation..
OtherUnited Statesbonds and securities.
Bills of other banks
SPECIE

Other lawful money
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages...
Aggrejgato

242,868
444
790
14,299

53
93
00
93

225,034 72
455,921 35
150,105 98
243,000 00
119,850 00
16,233 00
30,152 83
432,392 33

301, 797 25
4 64
• 4, 900 56
22,619 27
71,707 96
1,113,890 85
200,284 29
304,000 00
174,450 00
32,335 00
216,333 78
564,659 83
33,166 33

357,277 29
25 93
7,150 77
20,876 25
40 00
24, 731 17
193,574 84
60,438 84 1
30-1,000 00
217,700 00
10,544 00
94,762 22
809,094 23
49,999 67

458,032
158
13,682
17,640

71
45
27
61

643.896 41
70,781 72
117,470 24
304,000 00
155,150 00
44,829 00
86,178 59
291,441 09

1,931,093 00

3.040,149 76

2,150,215 21

2,203,261 09

17,100 00

55,484 74

93,954 84

131,930 70

847 50
2,768 79
1, 780 00
107 84
155,529 52
47 42
30, 000 00
60,100 00
15,300 00
16,700 00
51,600 00

16,036 50
1,330 73

6,791 00
' 17,907 08
46,977 10

18,539 31
2,019 60
2 054 03
24,070 61
57,089 74
17,787 97
75,000 00
68,700 00
21,880 00
7,687 27
115,695 92

18,539 31
5,058 78
2,054 00
21,594 02
14,331 47
3,494 96
75,000 00
50,900 00
14,517 00
8,204 40
117,887 45

351,881 07

263,615 33

504,479 26

463,512 09

Mississippi.

L >;uis and discounts
Overdrafts
Kt*al estate, furniture, and fixtures

Remittances aud other cash items
Due from national banks
Due from other banks arid bankers
U. S. bonds dep'd to secure circulation..
Other United States bonds nnd securities.

Other lawful money
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages
Aggregate...




26, 372 74
23,883 33
23,832 11
45,000 00

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
Abstract of Quarterly Reports by

States—Continued.
LIABILITIES.

STATES.

January.

April,

July.

Georgia.

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
National bank notes outstanding.
State bank notes outstanding
..
Individual deposits
United States deposits
Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers.
Dividends unpaid
Due to national banks
Due to other banks and bankers
Profits
Other items

Aggregate..

$800,000 00 $1,062,950 00 $1,585,800 00
20,713 69
368,155 00
931, 801 38
51,945 00

21, 913 69
871,400 C
O

1,400,334 12
522,851 10

1, 808,813 67
426,635 45
136,315 99

150 00
18,627 43
10,152 75
50,923 81

25,128 12
29, 978 38
156,341 59

, 822,291 57

3,454,857 90

5,062,326 89

301, C00 00

402, 000 00

27,000 00

217,500 00

500,000 00
5,915 28
262,495 00

965,039 29
578,873 71

1,307,954 94
1,023,420 35

876,201 73
364,718 12

5, 645 19
290 46
28,244 95
25,000 00

3,973 95
3,528 06
81,772 46

477 91
58,305 45
82,041 72

1,931,093 60

3,040,149 76

2,150,215 21

50,000 00

70,000 00

I,402 87
37,142 37

Alabama.

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
National bank notes outstanding
State bank notes outstanding
Individual deposits
United States deposits
Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers.,
Dividends unpaid
-.
Due to national banks
Due to other banks and bankers
Profits
Other items

Aggregate.

Mississippi.
Capital stock paid In
Surplus fund
National bank notes outstanding
State bank notes outstanding
IndiVidual deposits
United States deposits
Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers..
Dividends unpaid
Due to national banks
Due to other banks and bankers
Profits
Other Items

Aggregate.




40, 500 00

150,000 00
25,000 00
40. 500 00

276,873 16

148,298 36

227,568 40

1,312 03
2,114 22
21,581 66

433 62
4,383 35

46,642 00
1,716 10
13,052 70;

351, 881 07

263,615 33

504,479 26

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18'

REPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
Abstract of Quarterly

Reports by

States—Continued.
RESOURCES.

STATES.

January.

April.

July.

Octobcr.

Louisiana.

$645,138 14 $1,813, 011 58 $1,758, 290 89
Loans and discounts
1, 394 04
389 65
Overdrafts
109, 800 67
87, 596 47
28, 599 57
Real estate, furniture, and fixtures
27, 614 94
63.098 49
12, 627 94
Expense account
5 14
622 61
943 50
Premiums
370, 010 22
640,751 82
180, 209 67
Remittances and other cash item3
1,167, 458 83
2,006,520 03
1,481, 010 44
Due from national hanks
288, 389 30
516,533 25
54, 550 45
Due from other banks and bankers
853, 000 00
853,000 00
450, 000 00
U. S. bonds dep'd to secure circulation..
489, 450 00
412, 600 00
272, 950 00
Other United Statesbonds and securities.
134, 795 00
974, 637 00
103, 251 00
Bills of other banks
505, 378 84
385,852 32
233, 326 96
Specie
1,481, 132 95
4, 558,189 13
5,107, 930 52
Other lawful money
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages....
Aggregate.

8, 570, 538 19

12,312,807 35

$1,873,022 7
7
10,064 51
133,326 8
3
86,430 3
7
12 2
7
180,320 52
1,470,721 6
8
411,254 7
4
853,000 0
0
473,400 00
135,908 00
232,138 85
1,479,028 15

7,186,720 i

Texas.
Loans and discounts
Overdrafts
Real estate, furniture, and fixtures
Expense account
Premiums
Remittances and other cash items
Due from national banks
Due from other banks and bankers
U. S. bonds dep'd to secure circulation.Other United States bonds and securities.
Bills of other banks
Specie
Other lawful money
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages.
Aggregate.

17,520 36
241 00
1,463 92
7,522 98
67, £24 61
103,212 64

100,000 00
50,000 00
111, 810 00
90,250 88
104,600 26

653,851 65

123,828 19
1,300 00
6,931 56
1,468 66
6,256 93
242,967 26

201,028 12
200,000 00
182,200 00
122,965 00
237,363 01
567,440 36

1,893,749 09

119.492 03
12 35
18,431 50
12,434 35
566 66
1,507 45
237,053 70
113,725 28
269,000 00
163,500 00
72,860 00
234, L66 28
244,019 92

1,486,769 52

209,102 1
0
22,116 9
5
28,178 90
2 82

3,697 92
180,474 8
6
51,329 03
328,500 00
110,450 00
29,575 00
178,93152
221,922 4
6

1,369,341 5
8

Arkansas*

Loans and discounts..:
Overdrafts
Real estate, furniture, and fixtures
Expense account
Premiums
Remittances and other cash items
Due from national banks...
........
Due from other banks and bankers
U. S. bonds dep'd to secure circulation.
Other United States bonds aud securities
Bills of other banks
Specio
Other lawful money
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages...
Aggregate.




799 60
1,743 34
675 00

30,000 00

48, 491 12
6,963 06 i
5,238 67 '
9,175 10
953 80
4,401 34
106,194 37

244,286 0
3
12 4
9
5,155 9
2
14,718 ®
9,990 6
0
25,608 5
2
88,972 7
3
5,594 25

80,000 00

200,000 0
0

52,000 00
7,640 00
279 95
63,723 27

33,217 94

385,060 68

51,850
17,293
1,429
73,213

0
0
0
0
70
30

738,125 4
5

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
Abstract of Quarterly

Reports by

-19

States—Continued.
LIABILITIES.

STATES.

April.

January,

July.

October.

Ijonisiana;
Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
National bank notes outstanding
State bank notes outstanding
Individual deposits
United States deposits
Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers.
Dividends unpaid
Due to national banks
Due to other banks and bankers
Profits
Other items

Aggregate .

$755,000 00
27,092 31
214,000 00

$1,800,000 00 $1,800,000 00 , $1,600,000 00
27,092 31
631,000 00

34,727 36
709,500 00

34,727
709,500 00

8, 649,409 53
355,671 07

3, 655,255 99
506,538 19

3, 637,102 13
512,378 13

20
49
49
17

8,008 50
282,219 38
298,749 45
260,657 11

108,656 60
115, 556 96
256,485 72

151,996 72
152,542 99
340,381 36

8,570,538 19

12,312,807 35

7,186,720 82

7,338, 628 69

423,700 00
4,000 00
170,000 00

426,350 00
4, 000 00
170,000 00

572,343 85
176,390 53
106,163 07

626,028 50

6,700,078 89
662,221 64
11,719
79,415
83
120,927

Texas*

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
:
National bank notes outstanding
State bank notes outstanding
Individual deposits
United States deposits
Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers.
Dividends unpaid
Due to national banks
Due to other banks and bankers
Profits
Other items

Aggregate .

149,000 00

200,000 C
O
40,000 00

503,793 60

1,179,096 76
436,053 24

71,547 40
33,496 22

5,002 38

218 19

68 30

672 17
37,926 92

29,1G9 69

35,700 56

653,851 65

1,893,749 09

1,486,769 52

1,369,341 58

30,000 00

150,000 00

200,000 00

31,500 00

129,500 00

114,341 63
53,942 88
7,934 51

171,555 79
69,224 53
119,652 03

989 75

Arkansas.

Capital* stock paid in
Surplus fund
National bank notes outstanding
State bank notes outstanding
Individual deposits
United States deposits
Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers..
Dividends unpaid
Due to national banks
Duo to other banks and bankers
Profits
Other items

Aggregate .




3,217 94

24,092 £9
15,905 99
11,435 67

33,217 94

24,100 81

385,060 68

738,125 45

«

20'

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
Abstract of Quarterly

Reports by

States—Continued.
RESOURCES.

STATES.

January.

April.

July.

October.

Missouri.

Loans and discounts
Overdrafts
Real estate, furniture, andfixtures. . . .
Expense account
Premiums
Remittances and other cash items
Duo from national banks
Due from other banks and bankers
U. S. bonds dep'd to secure circulation..
Other United States bonds and securities.
Bills of other banks
Specie
Other lawful money
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages
Aggregate

$4,762,709 97
16,404 87
228,514 11
75,406 00
52,196 49
98,970 86
1,136,693 85
416,907 78
2,460,200 00
2,067,200 00
197,415 00
430,048 79
3,188,733 54
100,000 00

$5,830,680 55 $5,775,151 31
29,006 26
9,976 89
205,948 77
221,289 0o'
72,241 20
91,221 37
78,079 58
42,549 93
65,046 46
74,015 C
8
1,081,823 29
1,258,136 36
281,304 02
348,157 90
2,863,100 00
2,660,700 00
1,782,550 00
1,453, 600 00
405,236 00
256,921 00
362,609 28
186,777 54
3,375,348 18
2, 875,947 92
361, 745 75
338,464 55

$6,420,462 95
20,953 12
158,532 57
86,518 26
. 87,301 81
103,047 81
1,068,469 74
145,811 57
2,903,100 00
1,308,400 00
191,402 00
148,474 36
2,609,855 44
368,051 99

15,231,401 26

16,824,216 37

15,563,411 90

15, 620,381 62

Kentucky.

2,486,170 88
39,900 32
62, 283 38
14,342 07
34,099 92
5,832 09
1,017,126 82
159,605 59
2,022,000 00
821,500 00
85,654 00
9,579 47
921,684 43

2,842,216 04
33, 046 60
105,603 39
38, 091 56
36, 716 89
15,747 97
516,091 28
144,397 15
2,470,000 00
686,500 00
51,365 G
O
17,398 58
936,452 42

2,859, 668 19
5,795 58
106,496 77
25,063 43
39,529 92
9, 546 38
539,478 36
90,789 51
2,630,000 00
582,950 00
95, 045 00
3, 57 9 86
736, 557 64

2,972,409 91
20,905 96
112,894 47
38,941 26
42,089 60
28,346 70
489,948 60
191,102 96
2,645,000 00
428,800 00
66,786 00
5,231 08
784,330 16

7,699,779 87

7,893, 626 88

7,724,500 64

7,826,786 79

Loans and discounts
1,915,447 24
Overdrafts
23,289 72
Real estate, furniture, and fixtures
72,505 70
Expense account
24,663 97
Premiums
48,483 54
Remittances and other cash items
340,654 03
Due from national banks
795,670 16
Due from other banks and bankers
349,807 32
U. S. bonds dep'd to secure circulation..
903,200 00
Other United St ates bonds and securities. 1,208,350 00
Bills of other banks
296,570 00
Specie
*
166,434 87
Other lawful money
2,332,716 41
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages
7,000 00

2,174,633 14
17,640 32
78,702 39
51,258 93
8,914 16
79,937 69
1,306,453 09
670,041 53
1,145,200 00
1,212,300 00
443,941 00
207,293 49
1,982,079 59
8,000 00

2,083,768 27
42,794 34
88,476 94
35, 575 54
28,159 91
52,750 88
1,150,119 51
678,140 98
1,216,200 00
1,369,000 00
160, 053 00
126,244 35
1,592,710 61
67,932 50

2,177,001 23
17,631 54
86,946 49
98,983 66
18,469 98
123,037 72
1,180,828 58
406,502 87
1,306,200 00
992,050 00
279,087 00
27,686 59
1,380,930 71
81,931 76

9,386,395 33

8,691,926 63

8,177,288 18

Loans and discounts
Overdrafts
Real estate, furniture, and fixtures
Expense account
Premiums
Remittances and other cash items
Due from national banks
Due from other banks and bankers
U. S. bonds dep'd to secure circulation..
Other United States bondsand securities.
Specie
Other lawful money
Other stocks, bonds, acd mortgages

Tennessee.

Aggregate




8,484,792 96

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
Abstract of Quarterly Reports by

-21

States—Continued.
LIABILITIES.

January.

April.

July.

October.

Missouri*

Capital stock paid in
National bank notes outstanding
State bank notes outstanding
Individual deposits
United States deposits
Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers
Dividends unpaid
Due to national banks
Due to other banks and bankers
Profits
Other items

Aggregate

$3,889,000 00 $4,010, 500 00 $4, 079, 000 00
648,895 27
576,460 93
649, 747 36
2,189,200 00
1,230, 018 00 2,101,540 00
64,583 00
85,957 00
79,962 00
6,221,551 69 6,814,292 22 5,746,855 32
723,767 79
748,523 24
516,559 41
96,889 13
21,645 10
74, 430 47
782,148 14
1,432,785 83 1,610,048 38
681,141 22
885,719 35
730,404 47
291,532 88
335,353 90
259,497 43

$4,079,000 00
730,154 71
2,408, 633 00
54,923 00
5,797,821 8i
605,391 11
89,656 08

15,563,411 90

15,620,381 62

2,642,142 00
93, 031 43
1,466,540 00

2,840,000 00
2,829,250 00
97,455 96 . 117,287 74
1,943,280 00 2,170,399 00

2,840,0C0 00
137,675 03
2,300,104 00

2,757,914 73
286,136 27

2,146,825 59
255,398 52

1,802,883 45
180,654 54
22,750 20

1,706,173 90
279,769 14
33,818 48

00
18
69
94

159,817 16
281.432 61
149,275 94

155,911 38
176,475 77
196,859 09

7,699,779 87

7,893,626 88

7,724,500 64

7,826,786 79

1,270,000 00
44,784 99
644,955 00

1,455,520 00
56,530 83
755,270 00

], 600,000 00
123,587 22
905,215 00

1,700,000 00
133,441 34
1,038,765 00

5,351,639 12
801,166 44

5,846,198 57
888,369 78

4,939,905 95
682,237 50
28,076 53

4,480,029 62
521,320 87
25,407 47

• 25,800 00
135,489 16
31,061 34
179,896 91'

41,855
36,938
16,913
238,798

67
67
75
06

42,766 44
45,856 48
274,281 71

53,220 25
15,515 92
209,587 81

8,484,792 96

9,386,395 33

8,691,926 83

8,177,288 18

15,231,401 26 16,824,216 37

954,176 32
561,708 53
278,917 06

Kentucky*

Capital stock paid in
i
Surplus fund
National bank notes outstanding
-State bank notes outstanding
Individual deposits
United States deposits
Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers
Dividends unpaid
Due to national banks
Due to other banks and bankers
Profits
Other items

Aggregate

35,130 00
155,299 29
160,368 49
103,217 66

23,430
177,341
267,665
152,979

Tennessee*'

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
National bank notes outstanding
State bank notes outstanding
Individual deposits
United States deposits
Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers
Dividends unpaid
.
Due to national banks
Due to other banks and bankers
Profits
Other items

Aggregate




22'

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
Abstract of Quarterly Reports by

States—Continued.
RESOURCES.

STATES.

January.

April.

July.

October.

Ohio.

$16,287,771 30 $17,647,081 18 $19,714,202 55
167,622 89
100,377 04
84,427 21
484,978 72
436,549 14
408,388 45
118,993 95
' 309,371 44
104,231 31
140,510 80
117,567 22
145,288 91
607,143 65
569,734 30
682,369 79
Remittances and other cash items
4,166,858 62
3,355,779 39
3,720,274 93
Due from national banks
977,824 34
1,067,412 49
Due from other banks and bankers .... 1,231,692 74
U. S. bonds dep'd to secure circulation.. 16,241,950 00 16,907,900 00 16,953,900 00
5,057,400 00
5,633,150 00
Other United Statesbonds and securities. 6,017,700 00
773,416 00
714,378 00
900,293 00
Bills of other banks
49,933 61
103,715 00
65,043 48
Specie
'6,463,745 08
7,033, 456 26 7,219,473 27
Other lawful money
285,693 12
222,795 02
287,283 53
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages

Overdrafts
Real estate, furniture, and fixtures
Expense account

Aggregate

53,210,175 91

54,550,163 17

55,817,363 65

$21,688,642 50
135,037 28
515,505 01
328,822 01
116,694 8>
J
575,780 54
3, 699,215 25
787,545 17
17,003,900 00
4,608,700 00
859,293 00
56,046 25
6,532,415 93
146,148 01
57,053,745 84

City of Cincinnati,

5,583,040 }6
100 00
Real estate, furniture, and fixtures
112,482 21
Expense account
55,412 45
Premiums
1,134 65
Remittances and other cash items
125,811 67
Due from national banks
1,481,277 39
Due from other banks and bankers
206,100 17
U. S. bonds dep'd to secure circulation.. 3,662,000 00
Other United States bonds and securities. 3,273,200 00
Bills of other banks
' 445,142 00
Specie
31,628 28
Other lawful money
3,378,902 70
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages .

6,133,728 44
482 07
92, 815 92
59,449 23

6,476 152
33,226
109,350
122,277

238,239 15
1,086,193 80
168,840 48
3,668,000 00
3,173,100 00
320,194 00
12,977 76
2,593,616 78

338,752 00
1,327,230 32
.158,565 80
3, 768,000 00
3,142,350 00
379,673 00
5,379 05*
2,403,948 69-

18,082,466 11

17,547, 637 68

18,264,905 50'

10,692,301 96 12,100,877 89
87,160 56
63,801 10
252,592 81
309,044 60
90,608 17
135,911 77
71,534 98
53,045 65
154,646 73
234,149 67
1,455,683 67
2,535,781 00
456,456 84
494,645 42
11,914,700 00 12,227,800 00
3,934,550 00
2,989,200 00
310,705 00
299,880 00
41,771 19
100,580 40
4,530,232 71
4,887,645 42
163,821 78
113,842 28

12,074,590 54
47,534 48
409,046 73
98,318 69
58,263 86
196,258 58
2,047,149 71
368,878 74
12,370,850 00
2,773,050 00
311,746 00
29,769 14
3, 909,591 32
84,692 47

13,180,459 00
39,258 28
431,995 03
149,635 90
47,321 37
208,766 96
1,588,382 12
335,088 68
12,400,850 00
1,876,800 00277,875 00
25,457 9&
3,574,718 01
150,923 31

36,546,205 20 | 34,779,740 26

34,287,531 64

Loans and discounts

Aggregate

18,356,231 68

6, 769,473 44
112,502 21
108,875 91
9,927 79
285, 068 54
738,173 82
201,015 46
3,668,000 00
2,539,300 00
336,535 00
115,360 94
3,198,233 00

18
6610
70-

Indiana.

Loans and discounts
Overdrafts
Real estate, furniture, and fixtures
Expense account
Premiums
:
Remittances and other cash items
Due from national banks
Due from other banks and bankers
U. S. bonds dep'd to secure circulation..
Other United States bonds and securities.
Bills of other banks
Specie..
Other lawful money
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages
Aggregate..




34,156,776 40

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
Abstract of Quarterly

Reports by

-23

States—Continued.
LIABILITIES.

STATES.

January.

April.

July.

October.

Ohio.

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
National bank notes outstanding
State bank notes outstanding
Individual deposits
United States deposits
Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers.
Dividends unpaid
Due to national banks
Due to other banks and bankers
Profits
Other items ...

Aggregate.

$17,355,189 00 $17,788,900 00 $17,804,700 00 $17,804,700 00
776, 430 37 1,019,835 02
1,259,966 77
1,321,239 18
13,537,107 00 14,695,233 00 14,873,033 00
14,859,370 00
35,880 00
33,637 00
24, G 3 00
8
16,770 00
17,467,526 90 17,525,256 61 18,197,624 09
18,543,580 89
2,068,379 31
1,536, 670 64 1,938,843 23
2,036,947 26
203,792 58
85,281 72
64,890 56
10,003 87
548,021 34
464,849 31
439,491 58
528,835 50
517,044 62
341,698 78
423,140 37
446, 101 62
820, 633 05 1,134,078 94
770, 596 89
1,292,358 81
19,073 76

53,210,175 91

54,550,163 17

55,817,363 65

57,053,745 84

City of Cincinnati.

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
National bank notes outstanding
•State bank notes outstanding
Individual deposits
United States deposits
Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers.,
Dividends unpaid
Due to national banks
Due to other banks and bankers
Profits
Other items

Aggregate.

4,000,000 00
346,471 38
2,951,300 00

4. 000, C O 00 4,000, 000 00
O
503,103 17
353,920 70
3,149,255 00
3,135,655 00

4,000,000 00
512, 653 85
3,261,995 00

6,134,919 87
2,248,157 43

5,078,986 86
2,640,145 86

100,028 18

4,730,535 44
2,028,086 58
173,969 92

3,205 00
2,127,232 67
361,625 10
183,320 23

1, 930 00
2,115, 999 92
347,376 15
408,451 62

1,601, O 6 84
S
426,485 45
185,978 22

1,840,762 85
309,937 95
1,406,963 91

18,356,231 68 18,082,466 11

17,547, 637 68

18,264,905 50

12,746,416 00 12,767,000 00
723,980 45
609,218 53
10,565,305 00 10,785,221 00
15,393 00
3,394 00
8,177,315 41
9,561,588 54 11,051,218 83
834,607 31
669,018 23
702,557 11
379,671 50
13,863 58
33,568 57
81,007 13
91,233 64
82,629 52
147,557 42
141,383 11
188,657 09
879,986 04
643,155 28
711,585 23
4,341 00

12,769,416 00
917,326 86
10,871,607 00
3,014 00
7,707,503 50
659,773 12
362,613 55

34,779,740 26

34,287,531 64

5,731,889 32
1,849,811 50

Indiana.

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
National bank notes outstanding
State bank notes outstanding
Individual deposits
United States deposits
Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers.
Dividends unpaid
Due to national banks
Due to other banks and bankers
Profits
Other items

Aggregate.,




12,567,000 00
457,871 34
9,841,978 00

34,156,776 40

36,546,205 20

129,592 83
132,825 89
733,958 89

24'

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
Abstract of Quarterly Reports by

States—Continued.
RESOURCES.

STATES.

January.

April.

July.

October.

Michigan.

Loans and discounts

$G, 305,042 22

Aggregate

$ 5 , 5 9 7 , 8 9 5 59

$5, 819, 911 65

5 1 , 5 3 6 22

Real estate, furniture, and fixtures
Expense account
Premiums
Remittances and other cash items
Due from national banks
Due from other banks and bankers
U. S. bonds dep'd to secure circulation..
OtherUnited States bonds and securities.
Bills of other banks
Specie
Other lawful money
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages.,..

$4,410,084 5 1

4 1 , 3 8 3 88

4 3 , 9 5 8 67

56,320 73

1 8 8 , 2 4 7 76

2 0 4 , 6 5 7 63

216, 319 01

231,159 43
79,480 02

3 8 , 5 0 1 94

8 9 , 2 7 6 79

50, 000 59

2 4 , 5 6 1 89

34,563 51

3 5 , 3 9 7 94

33,577 21

2 2 9 , 0 7 7 58

2 3 7 , 4 7 3 87

3 4 8 , 7 4 1 04

358,301 64

1 , 2 9 0 , 3 7 4 59

1 , 5 1 3 , 794 3 9

2 , 1 3 1 , 0 9 2 08

2,137,461 22

1 3 7 , 1 0 9 00

1 2 8 , 9 3 9 89

9 8 , 3 0 6 36

263,500 88

3,543,200 00

4 , 1 9 6 , 5 0 0 00

4,294,000 00

4,313,600 00

1,347,400 00

9 1 0 , 7 5 0 00

976,300 00

838,050 00

1 6 2 , 1 7 1 00

2 0 1 , 9 5 6 00

174,799 00

268,603 00

1 1 , 8 8 4 16

8,882 81

1,971,555 33

2, 0 4 2 , 2 5 8 93

1,968,797 81

287. 522 0 1

2 0 9 , 1 7 2 04

1 8 5 , 1 3 0 30

205,108 32

1 3 , 4 5 3 , 4 3 3 84

1 5 , 4 6 5 , 2 4 0 84

6 , 4 5 8 , 4 5 8 53

7,445,389 1 1

7, 6 9 5 , 4 9 2 82

1 0 7 , 3 4 8 02

61,519 80

68, 557 53

72,8'„0 43

2 7 9 , 9 6 6 66

312,299 95

313,901 70

323,246 49
149,507 61

1 5 , 2 1 5 35
1 , 7 2 8 , 4 3 1 99

27,321 92

1 6 , 4 2 8 , 0 9 9 73 !

17,067,884 37

Illinois.

Loans and discounts
Overdrafts
Real estate, furniture, and fixtures
Expense account
Premiums
Remittances and other cash items
Duo from national banks
Due from other banks and bankers
U. S. bonds dep'd to secure circulation..
Other United States bonds andsecurities.

8,636,503 43

9 4 , 9 6 6 77

124,044 80

104,410 7 1

6 2 , 9 6 6 36

5 6 , 2 6 6 73

56, 752 53

57,812 33

224, 608 27

214,946 50

269,979 9 1

228,753 12

1,779, 675 82

2 , 1 0 1 , 4 7 1 08

2 , 3 4 4 , 8 5 3 98

2,193,222 99

323,969 7 1

3 2 3 , 4 4 0 17

3 3 6 , 1 4 7 26

322,232 28

5 , 7 3 2 , 2 5 0 00

5 , 9 2 5 , 7 5 0 00

6,082,750.00

6,143,750 00

2 , 1 1 2 , 9 5 0 00

1 , 8 2 0 , 2 5 0 00

Specie
Other lawful money
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages
Aggregate

1 , 8 5 0 , 3 0 0 00

1,494,750 00

2 7 1 , 2 9 7 00

330,271 00

267, 835 00

216,139 00

207,277 8 1

205,918 96

1 0 1 , 6 0 4 83

84,799 4G

2 , 8 0 5 , 2 7 3 83

3 , 0 7 1 , 1 0 3 88

2,884,885 5 1

2,579,353 97

1 9 8 , 8 4 8 24

196,307 85

1 5 0 , 8 8 6 69

137,862 58

2 0 , 6 5 9 , 8 5 7 02

2 2 , 1 8 8 , 9 9 9 83

2 2 , 5 2 8 , 3 5 8 47

22,640,763 72

6,090,331 1 1

7 , 4 7 3 , 1 9 5 10

7 , 5 8 3 , 9 2 4 39

8,374,006 68

3 4 , 3 0 9 13

50,285 20

7 8 , 4 6 6 94

118,265 01

3 0 , 1 1 6 16

2 8 , 6 6 6 06

• 2 8 , 1 5 7 58

29,049 63

1 1 1 , 8 5 9 37

7 6 , 3 6 9 86

1 0 5 , 9 3 9 65

90,846 66

1 2 0 , 7 1 9 38

105,911 40

1 1 5 , 8 5 5 09

46,793 13

City of Chicago*

Loans aud discounts
Overdrafts
Real estate, furniture, and fixtures
Expense account
Premiums
Remittances and other cash items
Due from national banks
Due from other banks and bankers
U. S.bonds dep'd to secure circulation..
Other United States bonds and securities.
Bills of other banks

4 8 4 , 9 5 7 50

90S, 735 42

1 , 5 4 0 , 9 8 3 89

1,522,706 78

1 , 6 4 4 , 7 3 3 56

1 , 4 3 5 , 7 4 8 34

2 , 3 3 3 , 8 7 1 85

1,887,221 75

1 8 9 , 2 0 4 62

1 1 4 , 8 5 7 69

1 8 7 , 1 1 8 17

100,755 43

4 , 4 4 2 , 1 5 0 00

4, 6 4 4 , 6 5 0 00

4, 6 4 4 , 6 5 0 CO

4,674,650 00

Aggregate




877,400 00

9 3 5 , 2 5 0 00

721,500 00

7 1 8 , 8 1 0 00

794,277 00

653,027 00

3 2 , 9 7 0 99

Other lawful money
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages

8 1 3 , 2 0 0 00
1 , 2 6 8 , 6 8 1 00

49,423 27

10, 473 12

18,261 86

3 , 2 1 3 , 1 1 2 38

3 , 2 8 2 , 2 2 2 S2

3 , 3 7 7 , 1 9 0 62

3,227,300 64

3 6 , 6 3 2 43

108,344 39

2 4 1 , 1 1 2 85

7,104 66

1 8 , 5 1 2 , 9 7 7 63

1 9 , 8 7 4 , 619 6 5

2 1 , 9 7 7 , 2 7 1 15

21,471,489 63

— =:

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OP THE CURRENCY.

25

Abstract of Quarterly Reports by States—Continued.
LIABILITIES.

STATES.

January,

Apr

July.

October.

Michigan.

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
National bank notes outstanding
State bank notes outstanding
Individual deposits
United States deposits
Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers..
Dividends unpaid
Due to national banks
Due to other banks and bankers
Profits
Other items

Aggregate.

$4,775,910 00
230,290 54
2,149,417 00

$4,958,410 00 $4,961,810 00
262,584 09
361,292 25
3,404,915 00
3,670,583 00
18,800 00
22,321 00
22,321 00
. 4,894, 936 88 6, 051, 470 11 6,146,780 06
852,750 02
203,783 95
463,933 71
305,252 08
31,414 10
1,350 52
144,304 78
119,654 07
164,250 12
83, 635 30
169,] 29 04
64,691 59
357,116 80
186,571 48
267,185 92

$4,985,000
383,691
3,765 303
20,905
6,848,760
470,478

13,453,433 84

15,465,240 84

16,428,099 73

17,067,884 37

6, 095,000 00
237,901 05
4,501,674 00
4,455 00
8,171,341 18
1,067,305 99

6,212,000 00
296,537 24
4,991,397 00
4,227 00
9,314,290 03
691,063 42

6,320,000 00
386,944 07
5,238,586 00
3,496 00
9,036,883 97
696,339 26
162,755 52

27,472 99
62,753 71
37,410 43
454,542 67

15,661 95
119,796 12
58,998 46
485,028 61

00
32
00
00
00
19

143,046 71
91,857 16
353,842 99

Illinois.

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
National bank notes outstanding
State bank notes outstanding
Individual deposits.. l
United States deposits
Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers.
Dividends unpaid
Due to national banks
Due to other banks and bankers
Profits
Other items

Aggregate.

20,659,857 02

22,188,999 83

6,420, 000 00
456,835 41
5,312,317 00
3,496 00
8,581,757 39
868,070 53
237,013 82

86,247 76
535,304 87

59,532 44
74,134 50
627,606 63

22,528,353 47

22,640,763 72

61,801 02

City of Chicago*,

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
National bank notes outstanding
State bank notes outstanding
Individual deposits
United States deposits
Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers..
Dividends unpaid
Due to national banks.
Due to other banks and bankers
Profits
Other items

Aggregate.




4,950,000 00
218,463 37
3,787,395 00

5,150,000 00
317, 864 12
4,042,935 00

5,150,000 00
354,064 12
4,045,115 00

5,150,000 00
408,530 28
4,070,510 00

5,620,283 04
1,268,222 40

6,530,678 32
887,115 74

7,939,244 97
832,089 01
22,340 84

7,864,135 17
656,092 64
1,680 24

2,852 90
1,305,559 30
694, 650 62
665,551 00

1,459 00
1,779,209 12
876, 594 17
288,764 18

2,016,710 24
1,031,079 03
586,627 89

1,914,237 48
1,010,744 00
395,559 82

21,977,271 15

21,471,489 63

18,512, 977 63 19,874,619 65

26'

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
Abstract of Quarterly

Reports by

States—Continued.
RESOURCES.

STATES.

January.

April.

July.

October.

Wisconsin*

$2,873,643 35 $3,016,997 79 $3,141,088 14
42,396 65
49,881 82
54,492 83
204,180 58
150,661 09
133,988 18
Heal estate, furniture, and fixtures
53, 603 54
38,710 03
22,282 33
Expense account
6G, 190 72
59,017 25
66, 657 78
Premiums
330,976 03
287,904 76
336,886 19
Remittances and other cash items
864,171 82 1,511,795 45
982, 682 95
Due from national banks
103,180 91
160,287 84
207,947 00
Due from other banks and bankers
2,660,050 00
2,785,050 00
U. S. bonds dep'd to secure circulation.. 2,653,050 00
1,175,300 00
1,150,850 00
Other United Statesbonds and securities. 3,025,500 00
84,414 00
106,232 00
131,597 00
Bills of other banks
28,17G 08
25,374 70
13,843 47
Specie
1,669,275 41
1,360,638 11
1,504,583'39
Other lawful money
7, 600 00
51,595 92
. 21,925 96
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages

Loans and discounts

Aggregate

10,234,973 70

9,834,920 64

11,095,386 79

$3,718,432 92
66,217 38
206,482 53
51,828 06
67,170 39
389,603 18
1,408,790 43
134,026 02
2,848,750 00
871,700 00
133,309 00
12,150 12
1,453,413 01
13,400 00
11,375,273 04

Iowa.

Loans and discounts
Overdrafts
Real estate, furniture, and fixtures
Expense account
Premiums
Remittances and other cash items
Duo from national banks
Due from other banks and bankers
U. S. bonds dep'd to secure circulation..
Other United States bonds and securities.
Bills of other banks
Specie
Other lawful money
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages
Aggregate

3, 453,176 15
56,015 22
107,456 69
43, 611 20
37, 908 92
138,311 68
686,120 31
264,717 85
3,081,600 00
1,254,700 00
250,849 00
55,897 40
2, 336,120 31
199,459 09
11,965,943 82

4,115,671 88
50,121 52
131, 448 90
60,'722 42
38,561 65
124, 806 28
982,284 38
384, 778 61
3,429,100 00
1,128, 800 00
243,988 00
94, 482 98
2,167,706 31
121,048 58

4,043,761 60
49,368 24
143,478 24
42,357 84
33, 767 12
148, 667 76
1,214,989 20
333,114 34
3,511,100 00
1,144,250 00
200,034 00
39, 641 09
1,994,452 47
108,269 19

4,567,817 0
4
72,672 76
149,676 31
75,848 01
27,325 90
159,811 50
963,029 40
268,700 72
3,680,150 00
933,200 00
208,333 00
43,259 15
1.813,629 34
115,596 30

13,073,521 51 13,007,251 09

13,079,040 43

Minncsom.

Loans and discounts
1,210,733 69
Overdrafts
37,530 54
Real estate, furniture, and fixtures
42,445 86
Expense account
23,942 62
Premiums
38,425 25
Remittances and other cash items
73,818 82
Due from national banks
160,370 50
Due from other banks and bankers
119,9$6 89
U. S. bonds dep'd to secure circulation.. 1,391,000 00
Other United States bonds and securities.
654,000 00
Bills of other banks
68,590 00
Specie
:
23,491 29
Other lawful money
533,061 18
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages
82,525 26
Aggregate




4,464,921 90

1,367,621 20
29, 052 47
70, 080 91
30,044 56
31, 631 55
107,476 57
248,759 59
89,441 18
1,523,000 00
680,400 00
38,366 00
26,480 55
407,086 04
79,992 59

1,368,300 39
36,100 01
76,566 91
22,797 30
23,035 98
95,861 64
589,327 20
141,759 44
1, 643,700 00
542, 450 00
47,934 00
28, 977 35
649,851 20
4,018 80

2,060,537 09
62,994 21
66,117 01
33,339 25
24,096 67
101,839 6
4
339,220 75
108,726 19
1,682,200 00
259,200 00
49,431 00
6,528 19
521,904 07
74,331 15

4,729,433 21

5,270, 680 22

5,390,565 22

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
Abstract of Quarterly Reports by States—Continued.
LIABILITIES.

STATES.

January.

April.

July.

Wisconsin.

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
National bank notes outstanding
State bank notes outstanding
Individual deposits
United States deposits
Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers.
Dividends unpaid
Due to national banks
Due to other banks and bankers
Profits
Other items

Aggregate..

$2,863,536 00
107,261 30
2,143,496 00
4,151 00
4,358,966 79
282,165 86

$2,835,000 00
131,261 05
2,314,679 00
2,335 00
3,769,746 06
259,018 56

31,207 89
225,231 51
90,487 98
128,468 77

705 68
282,433 53
104,578 93
185,162 83

10,234,973 70

9.884,920 64

$2,935,000 00
205,132 92
2,441,591 00
7,737 00
4,3S5,669 32
416,478 75
49,722 69
339,473 77
88, 666 55
225,914 79

11,095,386 79

Iowa.
Capital stock paid in
. Surplus fund
National bank notes outstanding
State bank notes outstanding
Individual deposits
United States deposits
Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers.,
Dividends unpaid
Due to national banks
Due to other banks and bankers
Profits
Other items

Aggregate.

3,632,000 00
152,350 62
2, 960,192 00
69,015 00
5,367,504 65
363,338 16
22,158 88

3,497,000 00
76,836 82
2,285,532 00
114,178 00
5,082,453 83
516,392 02

3,652,910 00
97, 648 05
2,920,158 00
92,317 00
5,586,768 06
326,111 07

5,330 09
67,822 84
53,933 25
266,464 97

6,934 79
55,753 90
37,506 54
297. 414 10

11,965,943 82

13,073,521 51

13,007,251 09

1,500,000 00
30,976 70
1,115,770 00
121,571 00
1,314,125 26
202,104 36

1,590,000 00
35,488 88
1,295,059 00
87,721 00
1,534,901 06
22,433 39

1,660,000 00

436 00
81,507 71
20,039 96
78,390 91

3,940 59
50,757 44
24,654 45
84,477 40

45,357 29
53,270 34
139,228 34

4,464,921 90

4,729,433 21

5, 270,680 22

66,627 44
71,723 20
293,141 14
9,200 00

Minnesota.

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
National bank notes outstanding
State bank notes outstanding
Individual deposits
United States deposits,
Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers.
Dividends unpaid
Due to national banks
Due to other banks and bankers
Profits
Other items

Aggregate..




38,665 69
1,400,549 00
30,500 00
1, 829,869 56
73,099 00
141 00

27

28'

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
Abstract of Quarterly

Reports by

States—Continued.
RESOURCES.

STATES.

July.

April.

January.

October.

Kansas.

Loans and discounts
Overdrafts
....
Real estate, furniture, and fixtures
Expense account
Premiums
Remittances and other cash items
Due from national banks
Due from other banks and bankers
U. S. bonds dep'd to secure circulation..
Other United States bonds and securities.
Bills of other bauks
Other lawful money
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages
Aggregate

$-201,581 57
10,887 81
7,732 69
8,684 80
602 54
11, 723 09
765,277 51
2,111 50
182,000 00
378,500 00
71,663 00
8,202 38
306,420 98

1, 955,395 87

Nebraska.

$212,938 93
8,159 56
7,957 94
16, 690 68
2, 880 86
7,893 95
868,133 96
1,358 23
280, 000 00
327,400 00
92,144 00
1,627 11
374, 004 73

2,201,189 95

$210,533 08
27,150 99
15, 228 46
19,085 90
6,722 13
14,447 20
120,907 91
9,639 13
s 280,000 00
287,050 00
26,909 00
2,020 04
227,957 25

$322,229 77
3,062 69
27,621 00
6,895 52
2,225 00
15,733 59
187,275 6
G
48,022 78
332,000 00
226,750 00
70,739 00
1,376 78
226,407 55

1,247,651 09

1,470,339 34

*

172,461 70
1,880 66
20,107 18
7,574 74
1,452 88
10,576 24
233,759 60
5,689 14
" 75,000 00
136f600 00
4,810 00
3,123 55
104,121 75
2,181 37

197, 631 38
8,729 61
24,999 25
10,823 85
1,520 38
9,837 00
149, 602 37
14,815 36
75, 000 00
156,450 00
3,624 00
7,344 27
179,200 86
9,822 05

223, 045 59
9,740 29
29,630 45
5, 634 64
1,165 89
29,333 15
153,586 67
633 31
180,000 00
141,100 00
2, 628 00
8,732 42
132,293 00
16,668 53

281,650 42
8,961 53
40,375 75
11,278 30
2,455 66
23,414 24
298,493 07
20,461 70
180,000 00
146,800 00
24,897 00
9,321 99
167,983 58
• 25,754 19

779,398 81

Loans and discounts
Overdrafts
Real estate, furniture, and fixtures
Expense account
Premiums
Remittances and other cash items
Due from national banks
Due from other banks and bankers
U. S. bonds dep'd to secure circulation.
Other United States bonds and securities.
Bills of other banks
Specie
Other lawful money
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages

849,400 38

934,191 94

1,241,847 43

165,777 52

253,237 10

242,135 86

Colorado.

Loans and discounts
Overdrafts
Real estate, furniture, andfixtures. . .
Expense account

7,000 00
29 91

Remittances and other cash items
Due from national banks
Due from other banks and bankers
U. S. bonds dep'd to secure circulation..
Other United S tatesbonds and securities.
Bills of other banks
Specie...
Other lawful money
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages
Aggregate




42,514
53,198
70,000
73,050
30,000
1,822
131,859

5£)
23
00
00
00
60
84

575,252 74

7,000 00
. 3,581 19
34 39

7,000 00
7,867 82

27,100 67
32,354 98
70,000 00
65,100 00
20,000 00
1,831 15
162,431 21

48,855 36
22,200 50
70,000 00
54,100 00
20,000 00
775 50
192,247 08

409,922 20
7,201 26
95,610 23
18,293 39
9,836 33
4,599 44
160,192 50
37,911 41
134,000 00
54,250 00
29,710 00
4,401 20
134,278 44

642,720 69 |

6G5,182 12

1,100,206 45

' REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
Abstract of Quarterly

STATES.

Reports by States—Continued.

January.

April.

July.

Kansas.
Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
National bank notes outstanding....

4,145 47
114,500 00

$300,000 00
20,782 25
204,000 00

$300,000 00
20,782 25
237,000 00

1,496,198 14
25,847 54

1,539,826 15
25,325 27

455,192 52
57,404 25
108,665 15

7,363 19
1,874 77
45,466 76

9,890 04
78,989 19
22,377 05

8,611 20
5,787 27
54,208 45

1,955,395 87

2,201,189 95

1,247,651 09

150,000 00
3,742 08
46,500 00

150,000 00
3,742 08
56,470 00

200,000 00
4,742 08
62,928 00

488,295 15
47,337 60

499,623 41
97,251 30

558,626 51
33,851 60
13, 744 60

1,448 99
18,354 31
23, 720. 68

527 13
1,066 01
40,720 45

137 41
14,370 53
45, 791 21

779,398 81

849,400 38

934,191 94

$260,000 00

State bank notes outstanding
Individual deposits
United States deposits
Deposits of U . S. disbursing officers.
Dividends unpaid
Due to national banks
Due to other banks and bankers
Profits
Other items

Aggregate.

Nebraska.
Capital stock paid In
Surplus fund
National bank notes outstanding.
State bank notes outstanding
Individual deposits
United States deposits
Deposits of U . S. disbursing officers.
Dividends unpaid
Due to national banks
Due to other banks and bankers
Profits
Other items

Aggregate.
Colorado.

200,000 00

200,000 00

200,000 00

Surplus f u n d

20,000 00

20,000 00

20,000 00

National bauk notes outstanding

59,500 00

59,500 00

59,500 00

243,631 97
51,398 43

305,141 95
47,792 72

271,907 18
81,472 41

Capital stock paid i n

State bank notes outstanding
Individual deposits
United States deposits
Deposits of U . S. disbursing officers.
Dividends unpaid
81 86

Due to national banks
Due to other banks and bankers
Profits...

722 34

10,204 16

32,302 53

Other items

Aggregate .




575,252 74

642,720 (

665,182 12

29

30

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

Abstract of Quarterly Reports by States—Continued.
STATES.

January.

April.

Nevada.
Loans and discounts

July.

October.

i3,267 07

$71, GG 73
S

$113,931 4
9

23,8G3 50

24,067 07

24,067 07

27,783 35
22,075 1
G
155,000 00

9,270 26
60,666 82
155,000 00

6,837 1
8
155,000 0
0

140 00
9,596 48
29,751 00

3,905 00
8,713 00
14,748 74

2,264 0
0
23,743 1
2
53,508 23

361,496 56

-

348,057 62

379,351 11

14, 664 33

124,184 2
0
17,325 71
19,286 9
6
4,843 01

Overdrafts
Real estate, furniture, and fixtures
Expense account
Premiums
Remittances and other dish items
Due from national banks
Due from other banks and bankors
U. S. bonds dep'd to secure circulation.
Other United States bonds and securities
Bills of other banks
Specie
Other l a w f u l money
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages. -Aggregate.
Utah.
Loans and discounts

.

Overdrafts

Due from other banks and bankers —

10
1, 884 05
3, 639 86
8 97
46, 163 68
6, 710 15

U . S. bonds dep'd to secure circulation

50, 000 00

Real estate, furniture, and

fixtures..,.

Expense account
Premiums
Remittances and other cash items
Due from national banks

17, 057

Specie
Other l a w f u l money

50,000 00

027 00
976 05
308 81

30 0
0 0
75 0
6 0
1,834 0
0
13,750 0
5

164,640 00

2 0C 4 8
9, 4 7

25,050 00

38,980 0
0

2,390 17
2,277 26

.2,416 6
7
4,955 1
3
1,081 5
3

Other United States bonds and securities.
Bills of other banks

50,617 4
8
7,738 4
6

Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages
Aggregate.,
Oregon.
Loans and discounts
Overdrafts
Real estate, furniture, and fixtures
Expense account
Premiums

10 00

Remittances and other cash items
Due from national banks
Due from other banks and bankers —
U . S. bonds dep'd to sccure circulation

4,049 43
386 17
100,000 00

500 00

Other United States bonds and securities.
Bills of other banks
Specie
Other l a w f u l money

44,298 4
4
5,490 5
8
100,000 0
0

20 00

80 00

2,359 78
16,188 05

2,807 3
6
17,336 8
3

153,330 86

217,946 5
4

Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages
Aggregate.




' REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

31

Abstract of Quarterly Reports by States—Continued.
LIABILITIES.
STATES.

July.

April.

January.

October.

IVcvada.
$155,000 00
25,930 00
128,985 00

$155,000 00
1,395 00
128,260 00

$155,000 00
1,860 00
129,270 00

45,5G3 11

Surplus fund

56,229 01

64,774 00

6,018 45

379,351 11

150,000 00„

44,640 00

Utah.
Capital stock paid i n . .

348,057 62

120,000 00

Aggregate

7,173 61

361,496 56

Profits

5,230 62
16,032 77
7,183 72

44,970 00.

....
•

-

77,157 00
"Dpnosits ui TT o, uiBuuniUjg nffinaro
S rliehnimitify oniceiB....
i / t ^ i w i o of
409 56
4,065 55
14,042 76

164, 640 tO

290,644 87

100,000 00

100,000 00

Oregon.

National bank notes outstanding . . . . .
Individual deposits..,

*. „,

. •. *

.

45, C O 00
O

88,280 00

6,922 69

23,065 80

1,408 17

6,600 74

153,330 86

217,946 54

j r p a it ui u . o. Qisounsiiig oiflcers. * •
^c u xt

Profits




32

REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY. *

Summary

showing the total resources and liabilities of the National
Associations of the United States.

Banking

RESOURCES.
January.

April.

July.

October.

$498,843,447 11 $525,955,516 90 $548,216,206 36 $601,238,808 37
Loons and discounts
2,125,009 80
2,111,237 81
1,806,662 08
2,008,695 21
Overdrafts
15,895,564 46
16,728,533 45
15,436,296 16
17,122,117 01
Real estate, furniture, and fixtures
4,927,599 79
3,030,439 01
3,193,717 78
5,298,375 86
Expense account
2,233,516 31
2,398,862 26
2,423,822 60
2,490,891 81
Premiums
96,077,134 53 103,676,647 55
89,837,684 50 105,490, 619 36
Remittances and other cash items
87,564,329 71
96,692,433 23 107,59r, 858 41
93,254,551 02
Due from national banks
13,682,345 12
13,982,227 06
14,658,229 87
12,136,549 87
Due from other banks and bankers
298,376,850 00 315,850,300 00 326,383,350 00 331,703,200 00
U. S. bonds dep'd to secure circulation..
94,954,150 00
Other United States bonds and securities. . 142,003,500 00 125,625,750 00 121,152,950 00
18,279,816 00
17,866,722 00
20,406,442 00
17,437,699 00
Bills of other banks
13,854,881 66
12,627,016 52
16,909,363 80
8,170,835 97
Specie
187, 846,548 82 193,542,749 28 201,408,853 58 205,770,641 33
Other lawful money
17,379,738 92
17,565,911 46
17,483,848 60
15,887,490 06
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages
Aggregate

1,402,480,964 34 1,442,407,737 31 1,476,241,877 27jl, 525,493,960 50

LIABILITIES.
January.
Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
National bank notes outstanding
State bank notes outstanding
Individual deposits
IJnited States deposits
Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers....
Due to national banks
Due to other banks and bankers
Profits
Other items




April.

July.

October.

00 $409,273,534 00 $414,170,493 00 $415,278,9C9 00
53,359,277 64
78
44,687,810 54
50,151,991 77
00 248,886,282 00 267,753,678 00 280,129,558 00
9,748,025 00
00
33,800,865 00
19,992,038 00
57 530,283,241 87 533,290,265 49 563,510,570 7D
30,420,819 80
15
29,150,729 82
36,038,185 03
2,979,955 77
3,066,892 22
5. 645,642 02
4, 451,708 46
94,709,074 15
89,067,501 54
96,496,726 42 110,531,957 31
23,793, 584 24
26,951,498 86
21,841,641 35
25,945,586 99
28,972,493 70
32,583,328 33
30,964,422 73
29,295,526 03
957, 643 73
40,494 32

$403,357,346
43,000,370
213,239,530
45,449,155
513, 608,888
29,747,236

1,402,480,964 34 1,442,407,737 31 1,476,241,877 27jl, 525,'493,960 50

R E P O R T S OF T H E

CONDITION

OF THE

NATIONAL BANKING ASSOCIATIONS
ON

THE

M O R N I N G OF M O N D A Y , O C T O B E R 1, 1S66.

3




34

RESOURCES.

T I T L E OF B A N K .

-3
oi
iVIniiic.
National Bank of—
$106,772 60
154
Auburn, First
225,581 55
367
Augusta, First
76,807 22
406
Augusta, Freeman's - . .
60,030 96
498
Augusta, Granite
346,752 26
112
Bangor, First
246,693 06 $2,063 85
306
Bangor, Second
146,763 60
Bangor, Kenduskeag
518
237 00
53,230 94
Bangor, Traders'
1095
1437
1*6*3,243 09
Bangor, Merchants'
61
158,430 80
Bath, First
93,327 76
494
Bath, Bath
80,640 99
761
Bath, Lincoln
62,947 06
782
Bath, Marino
100,877 35
1041
Bath, Sagadahock
^
120,443 46
Belfast, Belfast
840
57,915 92
Brunswick, First
192
Brunswick, Union
1118 !
89,428 88
Brunswick, Pejepscot
1315 1 47,105 13
Bowdoinham, Nat'l Village.. 944
39,014 00
Bucksport, Bucksport
1079
98,248 98
Biddeford, First
1089
99,894 66
Biddeford, Biddeford
1575
140,658 63
189,106 85 3,524 01
Calais, Calais
1425
Damariscotta, First
17,743 10
446
Eastport, Frontier
1495
123,775 06
Farmington, Sandy R i v e r . . . 901
65,551 79
Gardiner, Oakland
80,744 18
740
Gardiner, Cobbossee..
939
84,795 27
Gardiner, Gardiner
29,018 54
1174
Hallo well, First
310
43, 617 38
Hallo well, American..
24,772 76
624
Hallowell, Northern..
76,412 71
532
Kennebunk, Ocean. . .
97,483 19
1254
330
430,695 81
New Castle, New Castle.
953
44,437 75
1523
38,239 48
Orono, Orono
36,971 11
• 1134
oo^ 1,386,090 02
Portland. First
Portland, Second
• 878
115,562 88
Portland, Canal
. 941
855,291 49
Portland, Merchants'
. 1023
551,146 73 1,816 79
Portland, Casco
• 1060 1,185,470 56
Portland, Nat'l Traders' . . . . 1451
506,942 07
Portland, Cumberland
. 1511
328,463 28
Richmond, First
. 662
33,253 43
Richmond, Richmond
. 909
88,176 93
Rockland, Rockland
. 1446
211,138 79 1,302 75
Skowhegan, First
133,540 40
. 239
Skowhegan, Second
, 298
63, 809 15 1,129 89
South Berwick, S. Berwick . 959 ;
59,412 66




$974 95
12,386 14
10,435 40

$316 55
4,473 98
1,247 22

$902 65

2,231 74

6,296 36
2, 639 48

1,000 00
800 00
5,5004)0
275 00
955 59

553 31
2, 581 36
1,495 42

845 97
665 34

1,000 00

5,572 25

3,000 00
3,154 68
1,040 00

851
7,522
2,920
753
5,200
2,000
364
3,000

31
70
95
00
00
00
89
00

785 53
725 00

0 0 00
D
460 61
470 70
094 10
205 98
430 00
200
850
964
500
000

00
00
79
00
00

000 00
,336 62

600 53
1,000 77
744 89
271 71

900 00

9,407 50
2,019 33
815 78
311 50
270 30
1,558 11
' 69 82
788 83
536 63
3,586 45
882 37
3,112 70
3,066 65
1,801 14
3,873 25
285 89 |
794 54
4,354 97

I 2,000 00
! 1,500 00
1,307 3 i

'

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

on the morning of the first Monday of October, 1866.
RESOURCES.

£
S ^*on
c
S 3

s§
t tt

S°

£ £ 3

5 .0 T
P
o

$11,365
123,439
59,258
13, 983
14,897
26,965
69,828
30,243
63,766
82,461
38,980
84,014
10, 714
07,548
' 46,648
34,559
24,298
12,876
7,580
13,904

$2L 04

100,000

1,064 00
5 00
16,046 12

234 85
1, 945 04

$5,000
50,000
7,050
67,350
70,000
50,000
30,000

102,450
200,000

125,000
200,000
100,000
100,000
150,000
102,000
100,000

50,000
50,000
100,000
105,000
124,000
70,000
50,000
60,300
75,000
100, CO
O
100, 000
50,000
60,000
50,000
100,000

50,100
47,300
81,500
23,550
10,000

2,700
54,550
12,800
1,000

5,900
2,600
21,000

850
47,550
11,950
19,850
1,800

5,250
27,000

100,000
400,000

61,882

1,948
222,437
198,548
22,735
57,472
82,724
7,439
10,342
44,063

250,000
100,000
100,000

303,000
150,000
75, 000

22,826
22,821

13, 842
13,214
49,191
12,511
40,503
9,820
9,783
1,014
12,551
24,777
25, 622
81,072
17,449
5,929
14, 046

$137,500

937 17
185 32

75,000
50,000
550
50,000
40,000
616, 000 241,000
90, 000
533,000 103,850
300,000 110,050
535,000 87,850
250,000
200,000

547 72

8,680

25,779
6,382



50,000
120,000
150,000
150,000
125,000
100,000

10,000

7,000
4,600

3,517 00

7,114 00
8,273 00
16,164 00
8,495 00
8,617 00
2,980 00
2,095 00
8,699 00
577 00
1,374 00
4,661 00
6,902 00
4,281 00

1,100 00
610 00
6,202 00
8,820 00
255 00
573 00
885 00
8,257 00
589 00
2,555 00
9,168 00
615 00
2,786 00
680 00

1,000 00
500 00
' 6,228 00
1,856 O
O
880 00
5,081 00
7, 635 00

14,550 00
5,572 00
6,712 00
1,181 00
2,443 00
632 00
1,313 00
1,116 00
8,068 00

14,700
21,900

$3 00 ©19,232 00
112 20

016 00

6,400 00
1,075 00

293 61

493 38
288 70
138 16'
899 00
5 35

26,160 56
12,616 00

13,150 00
58,256 00
42,570 00
31,824 0018,500 00
19,300 00
35,222 95
20,621 75
23,636 56
7,142 06
10,101 20
12,000 00

200 61

309 62
46 32
2,400 20
856 00
871 00
500 26
5 19
543 00
1,460 00

11,000 00 $12,300 00
15,325 00
6,007 00
5,915 00 3,000 07
1
13,239 68
12,440 00
15,000 00
24,867 15
5,487 95
13,000 00
9,514 80
20,932 34
23,099 00 3, 600 00
12,666 00

5,835 05
4,705 00

20 04 8,260 00
129 67 8,385 00
530 00 48,281 51
128 55 4,440 00
134 60 3,903 81
167 00 7,818 21
1,305 01 78,336 00 25,731 58
16,350 00
170,744 61
109,792 45 7,996 11
1,865 50
3,483 33 134,800 00
53,549 41
30,186 39
4,470 58
13,000 74 6,000 00
1,671 59 20,305 87
36,780 45 2,000 00
17, C 6 59 3,600 00
8
140 00 16,192 00

35

'

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY. 36
Reports of the condition of the National

Banking

Associations

ft.
^

o
0

•s

1
o

Individual deposits.

T I T L E OF B A N K .

Surplus fund.

Office number.

.5
T3

Notes In circulation.

LIABILITIES.

Elaine.
National Bank of—
Auburn, First
Augusta, First
Augusta, Freeman's
Augusta, Granite
Bangor, First
Bangor, Second
Bangor, Kenduskeag
Bangor, Traders'
Bangor, Merchants'
Bath, First
Bath, Bath
Bath, Lincoln
Bath, Marine
Bath, Sagadahock
Belfast, Belfast
Brunswick, First
Brunswick, Union
Brunswick, Pejepscot
Bowdoinham, V a t ' l Village..
Bucksport, Bucksport
Biddeford, First
Biddeford, Biddeford
Calais, Calais
Damarlscotta, First
Eastport, Frontier
Farmlngton, Sandy R i v e r . . .
Gardiner, Oakland
Gardiner, Cobbosseo
Gardiner, Gardiner
Hallowell, First
Hallowell, American
Hallowell, Northern
Kenuebunk, Ocean
Lewiston, First
New Castle, New Castle
North Berwick, N. Berwick.
Orono, Orono
Portland, First
Portland, Second
;..
Portland, Canal
Portland, Merchants'
Portland, Casco
Portland, National Traders'.
Portland, Cumberland
Richmond, First
- Richmond, Richmond
Rockland, Rockland
Skowhegan, First
Skowhegan, Second
.South Berwick, S. Berwick..

154
367
406
498
112
306
518
1095
1437
61
494
761
782
1041
840
192
1118
1315
944
1079
1089
1575
1425
446
1495
901
740
939
1174
310
624
532
1254
330
953
1523
1134
221
878
941
1023
1060
1451
1511
662
909
1446
239
298
959




$130,000 00
250,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
300,000 00
150,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
200,000 00
125,000 00
200,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
150,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
50,000 00
50,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
150,000 00
100,000 00
50,000 00
75,000 00
75,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
50,000 00
60,000 00
50,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
400,000 00
50,000 00
50,000 00
50,000 00
800,000 00
100,000 00,
600,000 00
300,000 00
800,000 00
250,000 00
250,000 00
50,000 00
120,000 00
150,000 00
150,000 00
125,000 00
100,000 00

$3,404 94
8,500 00
5,000 00
5,100 00
40,040 50
32,500 00
3,700 00
1,000 00
1,694 21
15,178 21
. 9,942 91
4,965 60
1,717 40
11,000 00
3,427 50
10,000 00
1,718 33
4,000 00
18,400 29
1,022 88
1,950 43
12,293 39
5,000 00
14,418 58
1,568 62
1,944 30
1, 689 00
693 53
1,250 00
825 00
2,200 00
4,843 48
18,000 00
1,500 00
600 00
100,000 00
1,456 00
66,000 00
10,000 00
13,237 29
25,000 00
67,458 66
981 79
1,652 00
7,000 00
4,000 00
3,800 00
2,145 37

if116,745 00
224,655 00
90,000 00
90,000 00
269,541 00
134,800 00
65,440 00
85,000 00
85,000 00
178,900 00
112,155 00
164,486 00
84,920 00
90,000 00
134,500 00
90,000 00
89,735 00
45,000 00
43,819 00
83,933 00
89,215 00
79,944 00
63,000 00
44,925 00
53,920 00
66,400 00
89,500 00
86,966 00
42,430 00
53,350 00
45,000 00
82,420 00
89,000 00
358,083 00
44,200 00
40,405 00
34,800 00
489,770 00
80, 840 00
441,550 00
255,000 00
450,000 00
211,100 00
179,768 00
44,390 00
106,972 00
127, 655 00 !
134, 635 00 j
112,436 00
85,482 00 '

$26,937 89
86,017 07
79,270 33
61,039 41
127,458 65
137,929 16
205,128 98
63,479 28
123,675 10
111, 633 27
77,261 26
124,399 51
19,780 38
89,422 91
47,660*80
64,448 72
49,353 12
28,920 85
16,198 02
29,602 66
65,934 89
58, 619 33
108,103 64
7,950 34
94,584 60
16,545 10
108,460 09'
50,774 61
33,622 77
691 13
7,008 47
40,119 58
22,906 28
232,644 19
16,598 14
7,943 46
14,759 29
832,441 87
36,861 09
671,270 58
654,442 52
609,440 25
365,468 48
154,860 54
9,549 91
17,893 17
143,092 09
30,107 50
22,267 75
13,778 15

'

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

on the morning of the first. Monday of Octobe?% 1866—Continued.

$42,591 96

$43,236 07

39,019 66
54,150 36

12,013 47
2,331 83

14,936 19

3,540 06

Due to other banka.

l Due to National Banks.
$4,130 16

649
10,160
6,911
452

98
61
78
39

$1,083 31
1,640 00

7,603 45
995 57

420 00
•

.

269 29

49 00
13,455 57
•
297 73

355 68
195 97
165 09

11,603 45
2,346 40
13,258 06

4 80

35,370 78

367 75

36,003 49
35,060 96
48,466 52

67,805 75
18,337 50
90,836 63




7,031 34
2,533 75
10,020 94
1,050 68 ,
989 90

1,949 79 .
588 85 .

« to
a
•S 1
M §
S3
ts

3

Profits.

Deposits of U. States
disbursing officers.

United States deposits.

LIABILITIES.

3,000 00
25,540 08

37 36
1,137 66

$7,380 65
19,993 65
5,066 03
12,928 93
12,135 01
9,892 29
6,764 63
12,658 71
39,203 45
10,119 87
5,826 59
1,292 37
503 48
4,817 05
2,896 81
6,463 35
1,558 67
3,069 63
3,139 71
5,691 36
9,473 68
4,770 31
2,116 99
5,081 46
3,229 26
7,949 45
2,882 33
2,887 21
864 02
9,194 38
3,585 15
25,000 10
7,364 03
2,048 59
2,921 34
77,476 44
2,802 76
81,888 83
38,468 1 6
145,633 14
27,047 43
2,009 98
2,623 31
5,020 96
3,738 08
2,500 89
1,494 79

16,700 00

6,700 00
9,710 00
933 00
23 00
161 00
4,495 00

2,614 00
339 00
4,733 00
1,382 00
7,392 00
12,784 00
11,200 00
2,909 00
2,493 00
1,934 00

5,001 00
12,095 00
994 00
2,311 00
1,118 00
2,795 00
18,765 00
12,911 00
4,243 00
10,219 00

8, 336 00

4,876 00

37

38

' REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY. 38
Reports of the condition of the National

Banking Associations-

RESOURCES.

T I T L E OF B A N K .

II
0
a

~

1 3

ITIninc.
National Bank of—
Saco, Y o r k
Saco, Saco
Thomaston, Thomaston..
Thomaston, George's
Waldoboro', Waldoboro'
Waldoboro', Medomak...
Waterville, Ticonic
Waterviile, W a t e r v i l l e . . .
Waterville, People's
Winthrop
Wiscasset, First

1528
1535
890
1142
744
1108
762
798
680
553
1549

Total .

IVcw

$135, 995 21
84, 925 77
48, 915 00
55, 919 19
39, 057 62
34, 235 94
79, 268 44
74, 277 71
128,353 28
122, 703 00
65, 992 35
10,386,150 78 $10,169 83

$2,500
2,600
3,550
' 9,070

00
00
00
32

73 53
5,500 00
2,750 00

$1,777 59
4,339 23
387 43

$4,400 00

9,120 30
2,518 70

1,000 00

2,000 00

1,546 14

5,273 69

2,037 09
53 78

177,539 09 $38,782 75 36,489 23

371 907 14

Hampshire.

Charlestown, Conn? R i v e r . . . 537
Claremont, Claremont
596
Concord, First
313
Concord, Nat'l State Capital. 758
Derry, D e r r y
499
Dover, Dover
1043
Dover, Cochecho
1087
Dover, Strafford
1353
East Jaffrey, Monadnock
1242
Exeter, Nat'l Granite State.. 1147
Francestown, First
576
Uonic, First
833
Great Falls, Great Falls
1180
Hanover, Dartmouth
1145
Keene, Cheshire
559
Keene, Keene
877
Keene, Ashuelot
946
Lebanon
808
Laconia, Laconia
1645
Manchester, First
1153
Manchester, Manchester
1059
Manchester, Amoskeag
574
Manchester, City
1520
Milford, Souhegan
1070
Nashua, First
84
Nashua, Indian Head
1310
Newport, First
888
N e w Market, N e w M a r k e t . . . 1330
Portsmouth, First
19
Portsmouth.N'lMechV&Tr's' 401
Portsmouth, Rockingham
1025
Portsmouth, New Hampshire. 1052
Pittsfleld, Pitts
field
1020
Peterborough, First
1179




23,333 75
143,815 97
94,411 57
170,180 74
50,275 34
203 29
80,'713 20
95,533 40
149,524 61
74,011 87
98,836 14
45,115 66
71,551 79
140,051 87 3,408 60
24,786 58
149,071 40
. 81,994 22
704 15
86,904 69 3,765 22
45,751 14
20,330 61
143,184 83
167,089 64
160 28
215,135 81
156,718 25
85,351 57
38,413 85
159,440 87
77,547 83
77,685 90
109,368 32
184,310 40
212,229 25

81,296 28
37,133 00
76,105 72

1,600 00
1,000 00
900
3,482
6,500
4.240
4,500
520
4,000
645
2,000
3,000

00
19
00
00
00
75
00
09
00
00

4,000
3,500
3,500
2,800

00
00
0O
00

3,517 45

8,744 33
5,005 29

1,729 43
1,636 84
546 71
531 09
327 61 5,600 00
1,969 13 7,500 €0
1,693 95
705 09
1,119 25
434 92
2,285 48
159 46
186 56
530 00
693 89
514 42
1,085 94
199 61
601 60
378 34
1,960 80
1,098 16
2,027 48
2,827 42
667 63
970 21
500 00
4,637 61

3,136 21*
5,521 31
2,600 00
5,510 82
I,637 15
77 65
2,244 90
5,529 26
480 51
169 90
5,772 91
818 93
2,735 72
5,957 19
5,677 96
7,547 97
II,073 06

8,500 44
9,396 00
4,356 04
17,446 41

220 31
5,557 50
5,000 00
3,035 55

5,185 12
3,340 83
1,334 61
178 20
1,945 60

14,260 26
3,063 39
777 81
85 39
1,761 67

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY
on the morning of the first

39

Monday of October, 18G6—Continued.
RESOURCES.

•g-a
-W tpj
^ o .
« :

£S

P *
I i1
• .a
S
o

. $100,000

!, 742 77

23,828 89

3,452 91
2,693 15

312 47
2,220 39

474 68

22, 667 26




100,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
127,000
150,000
100,000
100,000

$379 70
$21,000
15,900
300
4,950
22,200

10,000

8,425,250 1,457,500

100,000
150,000
155,000
159,000
60,000
100, 000

87,500
2,000
75,000
1,400

101,000
121,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
60,000
160,000
50,000
200,000
100,000
100,000
100, 000
35,000
150,000
100,000
206,000
125,000
100,000
150,000
120,000
106,000
81,000
330,000
300,000
206,000
150,000
53,000
100,000

300
3,950
25,000
20,100
650
8,500
54,700
1,200
550
13,800
50,000
121,600

146 00
501 21

1,918
700

47 00

241,577 19,212 51 1,461,936 19 80,227 69

300
2,366
14,953
5,695
98
1,178
241
261
1,487
2,163
949
330
4,716
2,105
4,200
3,034
3,966
8,122

' 12

32 00
75 00
474 67
44 00

215 00
419 52
150 60
355 00

6,208
18,861
459
21,362

1,800
119,500
7,500
2,600
284,700
200.700
25,100
58,600
2,500

595 37
|
195 00
j
491 97 $16,000 00 |
526 86
900 00
814 52
125 00
800 00
225 06
176 96
034-73

1,323
81 00
29,432
5,410
100 99
4,593
476 99
650
335 82
14,668 11,159 50
2,200 1,500 00
1,313
146 69
7,993
2,190
2,390

15, 000 00
15,507 89
30,568 50
29,057 05
7,729 19
18,022 05
17,538 00
11,812 59
9,421 00
11,319 76
5,400 00
6,992 21
16,353 07
11,736 91
17,810 00
13,330 05
7,127 25
15,202 00
5,700 00
24,875 28
18,337 48
31,000 00
7,007 92
9,306 56
24, 000 00
21,5d8 00
11,656 00
5,500 00
46,080 00
37,780 00
22.862 83
22.863 21
7,710 00
9,716 15

5,400 00 |

3,600 00 j
3,000 00
2,000 00
3,000 00

2,100 00

3,600 00
3,600 00
3,600 00

3,000 00

6282,843 28
218,783 09
278,202 09
209,120 77
138,721 07
129,493 87
226,833 85
253,908 14
305,022 62
256,125 47
218,075 12

'

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY. 40
Reports of the condition of the National

Banking Associations

LIABILITIES.
d

J
js
|

"5
T I T L E OF B A N K .
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S
s
0
«
O
£
O

5
«
I

1
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<
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i,
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c
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m

s

Itlaiiic.
National Bank of—
Saco, York
Saco, Saco
Thomaston, Thomaston
Thomaston, George's
Waldoboro', "Waldoboro*
Waldoboro', Medomak
Waterville, Ticonic
Waterville, Waterville
Waterville, People's
Winthrop

1528
1535
890
1142
744
1108
762
798
880
553
1549

Total

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

$1,388 87
1,000 00
2,000 00
. 1,020 00
484 81
1,488 00
1,606-12
946 44
1,500 00
6,000 00
1,106 22

$80,331
80,050
89,123
45,000
39,695
33,080
89,385
110,299
135,000
89,990
89,760

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

$90,618 99
30,676 24
83,814 06
109,424 47
44,154 34
39,779 05
25,417 43
15,095 45
16,999 09
42,275 91
25,516 01

9,085,000 00

572,360 67

7, 243,498 00

6,542,128 22

90,000 00
. 135,000 00
134,475 00
134,960 00
54,000 00
90,000 00
89,960 00
100,476 00
84,391 00
80,578 00
88,144 00
50,990 00
129,945 00
44,000 00
179,600 00
84,698 00
82,518 00
87,800 00

29,049 79
42,877 39
67,975 65
173,681 37
10,586 78
39,695 54
42,589 77
90,218 78
16,563 89
78,541 77
1,274 00
2,922 00
19,262 69
27,216 27
59,339 99
36,067 57
44,401 99
20,250 83
24,073 80
140,059 09
147,506 01
110,485 81
63,014 54
32,287 25
134,916 60
141,012 08
21,418 66
14,160 25
148,728 53
153,451 29
91,601 16
73,899 84
6,902 18
19,129 52

$100,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
125,000
150,000
100,000
100,000

New Hauipshirc.
Charlestown, Conn, l i i v e r . . .
Claremont, Claremont
Concord, First
Concord, Nat'l State Capital.
Derry, Derry
Dover, Dover
Dover, Cochecho
Dover, Strafford
East Jeffrey, Monadnock
Exeter, Nat'l Granite State..
Francestown, First
Gonic, First
Great Falls, Great Falls
Hanover, Dartmouth
Kcene, Cheshire
Keene, Keene
Keene, Asbuelot

537
596 ;
318 !
758
499
1043
1087
1353
1242
1147
576
838
1180 |
1145 |
559 'i
877 ;
946
808
Laconia, Laconia
1645 1
Manchester, First
1153 !
Manchester, Manchester
1059
Manchester, Ainoskeag
574 |
Manchester, City
1520
Milford, Souliegan
;
1070
84
Nashua, Indian Head
1310
Newport, First
888
New Market. New Market . . 1330
19
Portsmouth, First
Portsmouth, N ' l M e c h V & T r V 401
1025
Portsmouth, Rockingham
Portsmouth, New Hampshire. 1052
1020 :
Pittsfield, Pittsfield
.Peterborough, First
I 1179 .




100,000 00
150,000 00
150,000 00
150,000 00
60,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
120,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
60,000 00
150,000 00
50,000 00
200,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 oo i
150,000 00
100,000 00
200,000 00
150,000 00 :
100,000 00
150,000 00
120,000 00
100,000 oo
80,000 00
300,000 00
300,000 O
O
200,000 00
150,000 00
50,000 00
loo, ooo oo ;

3,210
19,000
6,101
9,770
2,000
1,100
1,119
24,000
995
20,000
1,219
1,773
22,557
600

90
00
48
54
00
00
82
00
80
00
31
90
43
00

1,690 46
5,000 00
2,200 00
11,382
2,000
3,108
2,500
3,000
20,000

03
00
66
00
00
00

5,700 00
] 3,372 88
48,916 89
10,000 00
40,000 00
2,148 59
500 00
1 722 22

135,000 00
87,500 00
179,923 00
90,000 00
84,700 00
133, 828 00
97,000 00
89,816 00
68,500 00
286,000 00
269,716 00
162,928 00
130,000 00
40,050 00
85,628 00

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
on the morning of the first

Monday of October, 1866—-Continued.
LIABILITIES.

£ o
3
S

$7,606 36

$319,055 49

$170,295 56

53,155 59
31,336 31

$116,103 50

76,149 43

2,462 87
23,752 65

28,536 12
91,215 51

87,461 42

13,891 17




42
85
03
30
92
82
94
25
53
56
89

685,478 87

3,130 46
12,574 17
10,827 35
10,378 09
4,338 31
3,396 08
9,376 42
9,980 16
3,937 90
10,978 08
3,731 93
10,140 87
6,570 03
842 11
14, 915 20
9,099 65
16,066 52
10,244 30
110 43
5,962 12
9,943 56
12,069 95
13,209 60
4,978 91
3,375 19
17,309 34
12,915 46

28,634 65

134,118 39
65,902 23

$4,854
3,246
2,016
2,389
2,898
635
2,818
2,567
1,523
9,359
1,692

477 32

9, 642 81
9,684 77
16,788 31
5,829 82
3,554 46
2,314 53

$5,650 00
3,810 00
. 1,249 00
1,287 00
1,488 00
4,511 00

8,500 00

186,661 00

3,045 00
3,879 00
1,075 00

7,393 00
3,195 00
5,304 00
20,417 00
7,901 00
2,867
1,926
2,834
2,852

00
00
00
00

14, 502 00

18,660 00
5,777 00
4,202 00
1,055 00
3,205 00

10,445 00
4,428 00
2,579 00

41

42

REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY. *
Reports of the condition of the National

Banking Associations

RESOURCES.

T I T L E OF B A N K .

8 Z
5

New Hampshire.
National Bank of—
Sanbornton, Citizens'
Sandwich, Carroll C o u n t y . . .
Somerswortb, Somersworth.
Winchester, "Winchester..
Wolfborough, Lake

1333
1071
1183
887
1486

Total

24
93
66
21
06

$175 00

3,822,685 22

8,948 13

$59,506
25,952
71,853
81,711
86,455

$4,427 94
800 00
3,000 00
1, 650 00

$707
501
1,271
1,367
396

$4,645 05

41
53
54
46
23

264 87
976 76

86,926 09 45,659 39 $15,737 77

132,265 85

Vermont*
Bennington, First
130
Brandon, First
278
Brandon, Brandon
404
Brattleboro*, First
470
Brattleboro', Vermont
1430
Burlington, First
801
Burlington, Merchants'
1197
Bethel, Nat'l W hite R i v e r . . . 963
Bellows' Falls
1653
1004
Chelsea, Orange County
Castleton, Castleton
1598
Derby Line
1368
Danville, Caledonia
1576
F a i r Haven, First
344
H y tfe Park, Lamoille C o . . . . 1163
Irasburg, Nat'l B ' k of,Orleans 1541
Jamaica, West River
1564
Lyndon
1140
Montpelier, First
748
Montpelier, Montpelier
857
Middlebury
1195
Manchester, Battenkill
1488
North Bennington, First
194
Newbury
1406
Northfield, Northfield
1638
Orwell, First
228
Poult ney
1200
Proctorsville, Nntioual Black
River
1383
Rutland, Rutland County . . . 820
Rutland
1450
Springfield, First
122
St. Albans, First
269
St. Albans, Vermont
1563
S t Johnsbury, First
489
Swanton, National Union . . . 1634
Vergennes
1364
Windsor, Ascutney
816
Woodstock, Woodstock
1133
Waterbury, Waterbury
1462
Total.




117,739
72,403
120,007
177,420
128,081
280,296
426,447
98,780
103,156
73,789
40,247
151,146
45,568
98,253
49,395
66,646
60,065
62,661
93,318
59,016
78,972
52,394
394,899
147,489
53,486
56,020
97,187
65,451 74
165,570 78
369,773 80
63,117 06
69,008 38
114,285 50
195,351 34
82,981 09
103,941 22
23,962 23
159,998 70
65,706 88

3,200 00

715 04
738 45

3,000 00
9,000 00

936 95
1,746 85

6, 000 00

979
2,400 15
1,452 70

1,501 19
1,254 00

17,047 87
419 60
100 00
5,085 90

1,700
5,200
2,200
2,748
100
2,000

00
00
00
36
00
00

630
600
2,500
957

00
00
00
45

4,780 74

4,684,041 13 41,551 94

1,375 00
1,332 53

1,011
1,243

3,000
2,000
5,000
1,600
1, 720
2,500
2,000

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

1,000 00

7,500 00

22,793 12
667 64
798 13
149 96

6,000
3,093
6,452
8,000
5,000
2,800
7,398
500
10,858
1,345

00
00
00
00
00
00
39
00
35
12

110,102 67

5,286 55
505
5,299

388 75
4,845 47

193
2,278
1,661

1,221 40
780 84
1,798 71

16,844
943
5,883
4,329
2,791
10,256
2,052

46
94
28
04
85
62
19

15 8
3 7
6,431 8
6
5,397 60
1,849 52
1,012 15
1.197 82
1,792 23
6,743 33
478 19
1,452 80

1,008 1
8
2.198 48

6,786 61

1,933 19
6,575 40
1,909 65
320 53
4,632 11

454 87
5,991 77 ,
5,053 60 i

1,3C1 9
3

1,897 57
3,833 79
1,314 03
4,000 00

27,899 14
2,045 50

964 22
1,566 89
6,264 55
78 04
31,662 12

53,072 58

3,691
1,339
839
1,463

<
96
<
66

137,852 19

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

43

on the morning of the first Monday of October, 1866—Continued.
RESOURCES.

•SI
5* \
I'l]
g* «

$72,000
50,000

15
P§
| |
5 o

$2,000
15,500

106,000

9, 699 11
7,509 13

8,718 64

2, 097 14
291 08

10,000 00

50,000
209,300
300,000
202,000
100,000
220,000
250, 000
75,000
350,000
100,000
150,000
100,000

3,163 43

41,478 53

175 00

4,731,000 1,184,950

122,000
153,500
205,000
300,000
150,000
320,000
301,500
129,000
100,000
200,000
50,000
150,000
75,000
100,000
100,000
76,000
85,700
100,000
250,000
300,000
200,000
80,000
556*000
150,000
76,000
105,000
100,000

50,000
50,000
63,250
100,000
75,250
4,300

66, 600
11, 000
4,500
30,000
200
1,950
119,300
142,400
63,350
94,400
7,150
250
18,600
50

048 59
26 00
67
285 00
57 85

189,789 00 16,426 46

105,200
82,650
5,750
20,000
35.000

1,800

$10,825
2,767
12,316
9,030
5,965

35
'
16 $3,600 00 ;
00 3,000 00 |
00 3,400 00
00
500 00 |

&
c
t
»
£
fcc

$184,312 45104,170
223,664 77
211,532 87
180,354 82

606,814 46 43,400 00 12,303,715 30*

72 00
55 08 16,927 30
330,376 17
4,585 00
20,659 78 1,000 00 , 339,127 63
14,750 00 2,400 00
1,923 00
452,614 31
35,327 00
6,126 00
, 669,363 5920,906 81 15,759 07 { 429,352 31
80 12
9,237 00
27,210 00
239 09
827,864 41
5,976 00
90,286 30 3,600 00
895,932 54
5,185 00 10,982 65
14,595 01
57 00
257,290 33
•2,854 71
277,863 31
'449 00 6,164 00
27*235 00 2,000 00
395,259 52
3,910 00
5,771 65
127,838 74
3, 032 00
17,325 58 3, 600 00 363,819 31
3,523 00
17,013 73 2,400 00
160,653 17
2,908 00
48 00
7,400 00
273, 746 85
1,198 00
32 48
17, a33 71
200,489 01
787 00
168,799 42
5,100 00
157 73 14,452 75
9,724 00
205,592 25
700 00
867 00
15,927 25 3,000 00
207,540 69
146 66
969 00
33,140 18
546,391 80
72 75
1,412 00
115,872 40
692,360 4b*
105 66
691 00
447,066 09
733 02 27,740 00 3,600 00
2,562 00
173,266 52
450 24 10,463 00
3,104 00
45,6GG 50
1,152,387 66
2,225 00
3,805 00
666 03 26,359 90 2, 000 00 375,885 72
8,915 35 7,307 82 - 172,907 03
110 65
2,599 00
8,589 61
208,2b7 93
1,805 00
• 285,031 36
50 00
305 00 13,069 09
101 60

50,000

6,441,000 1,202,950




$2,224 00
32 00
8,674 00

1,668 00

100,000
75,000
$31,820 86

I I
••a
&
* 5«
S

. 7,187 00
15,500 00
10,272 00
4,832 00
648 00
934 00
860 00
3,136 00
3,114 00
3,432 00

986 99

430 91
169 63
516 80
667 00
86 00

124,072 00 24,230 09

800 00
682 09
427 77
293 25
000 63
939 79
945 30
834 00
498 00
209 09
583 36
405 00

12,000 00 :
.;
!
!
'
:
;
7,280 00 j
6,000 00 1

133,553 51
526,164 05809,335 33^
479,769 64
292,891 79
416,153 66
517,733 59
168,923 34
339,286 29
194,383 63
393,929 66
201,598 41

907,834 94 71,946 69 15,132,907 42

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE
Beports of the condition of the National

CURRENCY. 44
Banking Associations

LIABILITIES.

T I T L E OF BANK.

New Hampshire.
National Bank of—
Sanbornton, Citizens'
Sandwich, Carroll County . . .
Somersworth, Somersworth.
Winchester, Winchester
Wolfborongh, Lake

1333
1071
1183
887
1486

$70,000 00
50,000 00

100,000 00
100, 000 00
75,000 00

Total

4,735,000 00

$1,000 00
2,578
10,020
4,746
915

03
41
81
58

305,951 74

$57,760
45,000
85,000
88,652
66,965

00
00
00
00
00

4,025,501 00

Vermont.
Bennington, First
Brandon, First
Brandon, Brandon
Brattleboro', First
Brattleboro', Vermont
Burlington, First
Burlington, Merchants'
Bethel, Nat'l White River...
Bellows' Falls
Chelsea, Orange County
Oastleton, Castleton
Derby Line
Danville, Caledonia
Fair Haven, First
Hyde Park, Lamoille Co
Iraaburg, Nat'l B'k of, Orleans
Jamaica, West River
Lyndon
Montpelier, First
*
.
Montpelier, Montpelier
Middlet^ury
Manchester, Battenkill
North Bennington, First
Newbury
Northfield, Northfield
Orwell, First
Poultney
Proetorsville, National Black
River
Rutland, Rutland County...
Rutland
Springtield, First
St. Albans, First
St. Albans, Vermont
St. Johnsbury, First
Swanton, National Union...
Vergennes
Windsor, Ascutney
Woodstock, Woodstock..
Waterbury, Waterbury..
\

Total




110,000 00

130
278
404
470
1430
861
1197
962
1653
1004
1598
1368
1576
344
1163
1541
1564
1140
748
857
1195
1488
194
1406
1638
228
1200
1383
820
1450
122
269
1583
489
1634
1364
816
1133
1462

150,000 00

200,000 00
300,000 00
150,000 00
300,000 00
300,000 00
125, 000 00

100,000 00
200,000 00
50,000 00
150,000 00
75,000 00

100,000 00
100,000 00
75,000 00

100,000 00
100,000 00
250,000 00
300,000 00

200,000 00
75,000
500,000
150,000
75,000

00
00
00
00

15,379
3,152
8,500
23,000

07
76
00
00

3, 000 00
3,000 00
5,581 41
2,383 56
150 00
14,000 00
466 95
1,934 28

1,000 00
15,000
8,272
1,136
5,012
4,444
2,425
12,928
36,842
1,750

00
87
96
37
22
04
48
84
00

100,000 00
100,000 00

2,000 00
2,000 00

50,000 00

9,094 27
2,335 14
9,586 88
5, 986 87

200,000 00
300,000 00

j
1
!
!

200,000 00
100,000 00
200,000 00
250,000 00
75,000 00
150t000 00

108,920 00 f
134,800 00 1

180,000 00 I
269,380 00 j
130,400 00 !

270, ooo oo :
267,294 00 '
107,042 00
57,173 00
179,900 00
45,000 00
135,000 00
66,750 00
90,000 00
89,500 00
65,735 00
66,161 00
86,277 00
223,960 00
260,383 00

180,000 00
66,250
495,090
126,500
60,585
89,915
86,365

00
00
00
00 |
00 !
00 j

31,000 00

180,000 00
205,978 00
179,895 00
90,000 00

180,000 00
4,000 00

j

100,000 00

|
:

150,000 00
1C0,000 00

2,281
900
2,415
1,077

74
00
92
32

fi, 310,000 00

211,038 95

224,035 00
57,080 00
122,613 00
66,661 00
130,706 00
89,350 00
5 , 4 9 5 , 6 9 8 00 !

39,949 43
7,979 96
36,470 72
25,007 39
45,621 30
15,087 97
102,113 22
3,872 67
2,030,958 01

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REPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

45

on the morning of the first Monday of October, 1866—Continued.

[

State bank circulation
outstanding.

a

2
7a
o
a
S5
2
3
fl

Profits.

Ja

Due to other banks. .

Deposits of U. States
disbursing officers.

United States deposits.

f
i

LIABILITIES.

a
J
a
to

I
to
<

$7,120 07
2,529 85
6,382 31
3,723 36
3,377 72
$520,360 22

$2,462 87

$37,643 82

22,073 43
21,010 02
30,094 56
22,462 85

$477 32

670 10

50,312 58

*

142 55
144 21

27,965 55

28,365 45

5,646 97

940 62

21,423 00

21,423 00




4,984 48

$184,312 45
104,170 88
223,664 77
211,532 87
180,354 82

300,350 00

148,231 00

12,303,715 30

3,267 40
6,112 74
5,356 27
4,436 50
35,849 36
47,676 23
28,686 72
3,706 52
29,000 20
3,701 80
3,107 65
4,523 16
7,077 07
2,859 16
3,122 20
1,193 90
8,360 35
2,543 21
2,048 58
9,891 61
14,009 90
2,968 31
6,989 25
5,114 10
8,143 07
4,534 19
9.983 16
3,802 20
10,016 93
17,347 91
10,990 73
42,510 27
28,173 70
3,232 87
3,928 95
9,773 25
10,055 86
3,867 72
3,315 42

3,231 21

52,310 90
20,432 04

280,674 35

$4,214 00
2,206 00
3,169 00
2,640 00
8,461 00

144 21

411,278 42 |

3, 724 00
5,790 00
18,413 00
2,891 00
32,815 00
8,209 00
5,104 00
4,067 00
2,119 00
2,173 00
8,811 00
3,484 00

12,486 00

8,380 00
6,931 00
8,502 00
17,037 00
168,374 00

27,907 00
8,997 00 (
1,684 00
4,827 00
3,983 00
366,703 00

330,376 17
339,127 63
452,614 81
669,383 59
429,352 31
827.884 41
895,932 54
257,290 33
277,868 31
395,259 52
127,838 74
363,819 31
160,653 17
273,746 85
200,489 01
168,799 42
205,592 25
207,540 69
546,391 S
O
692,380 40
447,066 09
173.266 52
1,152,387 88
375.885 72
172,907 03
208.267 98
285,031 33
133,553 51
528,164 05
809,335 33
479,789 84
292,691 79
416,153 66
517,738 59
188,923 34
339,286 29
194,388 83
393,929 86
201,598 41
15,132,907 42

46

REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY. *
Reports of the condition of the National

Banking Associations

- rtlnssachuBCU*.

1 s

1^
B f
B
a u*
s
•g

!
i
!

1
i

National Bank of—
1
462 j $140,822 64
Adams, First
708 j 198,047 43
Atliol, Miller's River
$230 50
98,509 27
393 |
Amherst, First
75,314 17
268 I
Amesbury, First
198,940 87
1129
Andover, Andover
159,081 30
1386
Abington, Abington
107,714 13
Attleborough, Attleborough. 1604
104,353 63
96
Barre, First
. 283,532 75
Brighton, National M a r k e t . . 806
281,687 56
1099
Brighton
237,367 93
919 73
969
Beverly, Beverly
96,741 60
Blaekstone, Worcester C o . . . 1207
166,965 06
433
Cambridge, First
148,124 48
Cambridge, Charles R i v e r . . . 731
76,832 61
770
Cambridge, National City . . .
139, 546 39
1228
Cambridge, Cambridgeport..
663 ! 261,882 72 1,157 39
Canton, Neponset
508,456 82
Cliarlestown, Bunker R i l l . . . 635
281,522 80
1005
Cliarlestown, Monument.
256 771 24
533
Chelsea, First
440
115,297 35
Clinton, First
833
100,399 38
Concord, Concord
895
116,341 94
Conway, Conway
1056
203,372 95
Chicopee, First
133,073 84
285 90
Danvers, First
: . . . 594
669
356,813 74
Dedham, Dedham
156
160,216 98
Dorchester, First
684
229,772 94
Dorchester, Blue H i l l
104,783 56
East Cambridge, Cambridge. 449
j
182,158 36
East Cambridge, Lechmere.. 614
428
141,076 62
East Hampton, First
416
Easton, First
239,562 67
58,567 92
Edgartown, Martha's Viny'd. LS74
608 25
490
Fair Haven
258,184 04
256
Fall River, First
414,041 37
Fall River, Second
439
79,657 24
Fall River, Fall River
590
391,147 54
Fall River, Mapsasolt
612
155,604 85
679
Fall River, Pocasset
223,116 85
Fall River, Metacomet
924
617,189 35
Fall River, National Union.. 1288
329,588 88
702
326,538 26 2,486 42
Fitchburg, Rollstone
1077
Fitchburg, Fitchburg . .
299,977 55
1320
Falmouth, Falmouth
77,488 35
Framingham, Framingham.. 528
181,218 75
884
Gardner, First
59,842 59
Grafton, First
168
46,445 87
Grafton, Grafton
824
78,458 97
Greenfield, First
261, 111 87
474
Greenfield, Franklin Co
194,000 91
920
329 41




0

J Premiums paid.

° i

Overdrafts.

T I T L E OF B A N K .

u
Expense account.

Real estate, furniture,
and fixtures.

RESOURCES.

$967 54
$2, C O 00 2, 088 10
O
10,028 52 2, 067 37
769 75
5,000 00
6,000 00
7,500 00
1,335 89 1,780 36
7,000 00
5, 000 00
1,000 00
312 40
2,566 12

$410 03 |
1,251 51 I
2,124 91 |
695 59 !

i
1,29G 01 1
3,604 62 j
5,545 23
12,893 86
3,243 97
5,675 25
6,813 21
2,546 87
373 05
3,872 75
2,936 47
15,322 15
5,247 25 |
1,353 48
1,147 21
1,576 34
1,103 36 [

6,500 00
25, 000 00

3,500 00
2,000 00
1,500 00
1,785 30
6,000 00
6,000 00
441 11

3,514 67
4,886 66
2,131
1,019
898
^39

23 $8,996 95
24
79
60

l,C82«5t
12,222 84 |
10,000 00 1

3,386 87
404 49

!

650 28
10,000 00
3,000 00
3,000 00

1,664 16

1,774 91
8,000 00
1,757
547
1,081
939
6,000 00
3,000 00
1, 500 00
3,000 00
1,000 00

75
00
41
14

968 39

860 00

21 98

7,500 00 1,841 81
G, 600 00 3,212 76 4,630 00

10 o ;
4 o
4,803 84
12,671 38 j
1,726 82 |
2 43 ii

21 2 i
2
557 18 i
39,921 92 !
1,429 81 |
13,G93 00 !
6,990 42
16,075 28 |
9,338 02 j
12,176 20 I
2', 583 48
1,443 31
7,545 66
2,51162
12,979 73
2,239 15
2,201
2, G S 44
P

j

'

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

47

vn the morning of the first Monday of October, 1866—Continued.
RESOURCES.

I %
® g
X -j.
ag

•a 8,

H
•s z
O £
ft £ § g 8
< S 5
u .3
5

$150,000
150,000
155, 500
3, 591 00

101,000
200,000

150,000
100,000

150,000
250,000
212,000
155,000
102,000

223,000
100,000
100,000
100,000

256,200
510, 000

18,825 81

153,000
320,000
200,000
100,000

150,000
150,000
167,000
305,000
150,000
200,000

112,000
167,000
155,000
100 00
300, GO
O
72 40
100,000
270,000
' 406,500
155,000
410,000
200,000
200,000

535,000
203,000
254,000
250,000
100, 000

225,000
104,000
105,000
100, 000

304,500
.3,031 64



200,000

* d
«
I *
o

$19,421 00
$2,434 $260 20 19,141 00
1,655 200 00 25,806 29.
26,900
865
24,450
12,106 00
2,242 2,422 84 15,236 00
75,000
5,814
30 40 18,804 00 ,000 00
1,600 | 2,474 1,199 00 9,710 00
54,900 1 1,425 299 00 23,620 00
1,878
51,042 15 19,000 00
138
29 82 23,354 39
12,600 ! 1,891
15,655 37
645 100 00 11,293 29 3,400 00
132,050
48 22 51,410 00 10,500 00
35,000
5,200 1,600 00 19.640 00 15,000 00
91,250
101 03 26,151 00
2
8,300
1,923 366 52 9,269 75 8,000 00
20 95 46,015 00
175,750 13,229
76,545 00
7,297
27 36 20,170 00
3,359 1,552 00 61.641 56 6,000 00
8,150
2,884
75,750
34,895 85
3,707 150 00 15,714 45
12,500
1,911
9,012 36
11,197 2,115 00 12,000 00
:
1,720 190 17 11,739 85
20,300
550 j 6,759 509 11 61,429 55 20, 000 00
6,393
26,380 70
2,620
33,172 09
3,403
46,450
17,452 50
8,375 421 50 16,540 00 4,900 00
35,350
1,815
188 92
3,450
13,835 30
3,021 173 65 42,907 2 2,000 00
200
278
50,000
25,416 00
2,262
240 01 35,701 15
10,150
4,041
91,350
47,000 00 2,000 00
902
99 47 33,255 00 22,000 00
45,000 ;
2,752 92 37,700 00 3,000 00
775 12 63,763 28 13,000 00
100,000 |
1,738
696 09 56,248 75
4,000 L
4,309 00 70,000 00
10,050 | 7,114
61 07 23,000 00 4,800 00
1,824
9,239 2,699 15 46,325 00
21,605 5, 330 15 41.327 05
600
6,755 86
3,070
15,000
31,788 00 -3,000 00
5, 991
100, 650
18,969 20
1,940
41,700
15,322 00
2,114
60,000
56 87 16.328 00 5,400 00
4,000 ; 1,712
34,314 00
2, 717
133,250
32 50 34,647 35
13.G50 ! 20,993

$50, 000

$421,477 06
406,083 34
354,529 98
227,343 39
552,221 13
370,929 79
249,448 35
400,315 75
662,396 76 564,119 53
475,417 85
218,194 23
630,013 89
355,957 08
304,895 75
298,144 58
594,734 61
1,564,651 28
532,648 50
736,957 46
487,461 21
246,697 89
302,500 92
412,373 67
393, 407 37
781,051 80
373,709 20
475,956 88
310,858 38
495,'590 28
345,021 32
• 656,098 46
256,256 03
606,496 39
1,060,947 43
372,358 08
953,891 14
605,605 36
592,573 16
1,516,521 54
633,580 30
716,601 G
3
776,234 79
213,731 81
635,821 28
272,159 53
287,080 52
225,196 93
828,750
515,136 11

48

REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY. *
Reports of the condition of the National

Banking Associations

LIABILITIES.

a

2
"S

!2
T I T L E OF B A N K .

rs
1S
S
a

o

(a
o

jjs •
*E
ci
o

462
708
393
268
1129
1386
1604
96
806
1099
969
1207
433
731
770
1228
663
63")
1005
533
440
833
895
1056
594
669
156
684
449
614
428
416
1274
490
256
439
590
612
679
924
1288
702
1077
1320
528
884
188
824
474
920

$150,000 00
150,000 00
150,000 00
100,000 00
250,000 00
150,000 00
100,000 00
150,000 00
250,000 00
200,000 00
200,000 00
' 100,000 00
200,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
250,000 00
500,000 00
150,000 00
• 300,000 00
200,000 00
100,000 00
150,000 00
150,000 00
150,000 00
300,000 00
150,000 00
200,000 00
100,000 00
150,000 00
150,000 00
300,000 00
100,000 00
240,000 00
400,000 00
150,000 00
400,000 00
200, 000 00
200,0C0 00
600,000 00
300,000 00
250,000 00
250,000 00
100,000 00
200,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
300,000 00
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National Bank of—
Adams, First
Athol, Miller's River
Amherst, First
Amesbury, First
Andover, Andover
Abington, Abington
Attleborough, Attleborough.
Barre, First
Brighton, National Market...
Brighton
;
Beverly, Beverly
Blackstone, Worcester C o . . .
Cambridge, First
Cambridge, Charles River
Cambridge, National City
Cambridge, Cambridgeport..
Canton, Neponset
Charlestown, Banker H i l l . . .
Charlestown, Monument
Chelsea, First
Clinton, First
Concord, Concord
Conway, Conway
Chicopee, First
Dan vers, First
Dedham, Dedham
Dorchester, First
Dorchester, Blue H i l l
East Cambridge, Cambridge.
Eabt Cambridge, Lccbmeie..
Kast Hampton, First
Easton, First
Edgartown, Martha's Viny'd.
Fair Haven
Fall River, First
Fall River, Second
Fall River, Fall River
Fall River, Massasoit
Fall River, PocassetFall River, Metacomet
Fall River, National Union..
Fitchburg, Rolls tone
Fitchburg, Fitchburg
Falmouth, Falmouth
Framingham, Framingham..
Gardner, First
Grafton, First
Grafton, Grafton
Greenfield, First
Greenfield, Franklin Co




$2,255 61
33,000 00
3,579 24
5,623 07
27,648 18
18,300 00
13,261 25
5,916 65
10,000 00
30,000 00
3, 614 25
10,256 31
50,000 00
20,000 00
15, 893 28
21,502 83
3, 023 33
30,000 00
46, 964 88
13, 015 87
4,200 00
11,367 47
3,638 40
50,000 00
49, 208 46
42,000 00
5,733 41
5, 510 99
9,579 23
. 49,723 52
6, 000 00
7 927 37
16,406 11
48,00 00
40,000 00
16,000 00
35,342 13
34,046 65
6,000 00
22, 000 00
20, 000 00
70,000 78
75,000 00
8,272 00
40,000 00
2,000 00
6,305 26
8,761 46
65,683 05
40,138 03

$127,500 00 1'
131,810 00
134, 861 00
90,000 00 i
176,454 00 i
135,000 00
86,500 00
127,876 00
224,810 00
170,375 00
136,990 00
90,000 00
199,870 00
85,200 00
90,000 00
89,985 00
224,864 00
449,466 00
134,950 00 ;
269,585 00
178,277 00 :
86,679 00
133,900 00 ;
325,285 00 ;;
129,625 00 |
269,587 00
132,500 00 !
176,930 00 |!
97,445 00 !
131,374 00
134,814 00

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84,570 00
239,100 00
359, 695 00
134,880 00
359,910 00
179,950 00 i
170,765 00 1
479,939 00 ,
178,500 00 :
224,865 00 ;
205,000 00 1
87,283 00 !
199,365 00 |
89,463 00 !
90,000 00 j
87,500 00
270,000 00
179,925 0 0 |

$74,167 59
79,805 43
55,412 07
29,365 76
92,517 95
60,744 02
42,106 17
50,755 39
114,496 90
152,341 50
120,657 97
11,847 08
134,889 40
142,121 75
96,912 47
79,325 50
89,501 66
426,142 38
192,124 55
145,456 07
100,694 49
41,393 G
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9,876 90
72,450 64
64,573 91
140,415 78
78,984 23
82,830 50
103,834 15
144,406 18
42,234 35
77,206 20
37,303 98
45,218 2
G
139,833 88
64,585 04
158,639 O
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124,797 62
182,156 30
338,875 00
125,171 23
167,730 85
216,776 40
9,545 65
64,872 78
71,077 59
26,953 53
27,228 47
133,670 67 j
64,012 05 ;

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REPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

on the morning of the first

Monday of October, 1866—Continued.

$34,475 93

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$7,553 10

$15,000 00
8,679 91

f State bank circulation
outstanding.

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M
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Due to other banks.

Depoaits of U. States
disbursing officers.

United States depoaits.

LIABILITIES.

$5,994
2,788
10,677
2,354

83
00
67
56

$4,530 00

5,601 00
4,820 00
6,562 00

2,065 77
1,018 93
60,050 22

5,717 49
6,251 21
1,880 03
6,829 99
2,772 33
1,243 20
4,645 33

52,649 65
1,133 64
. 1 51
42,275 29

23,029
43,711
3,064
7,550
4,289
2,028
1,156
5,312

105,030 91
549 32

100 00

71, 612 76

150 00
17,543 31
.1,003 12
721 40
2,420 22

4,645 59
56,885 16
31,088 21

$2,708 10




9,532 14
20,855 59

23,643 02
4,502 56
8,271 39

5,406 00

3,410 00

5,093 87
13,034 55
70,180 42
7,304 67

1,889 86

122,254 15

5,229 00
3,929 00
9,226 00

16,676 58
10,083 11
3,996 89
12,114 94
30,531 13
49,805 79
5,734 44

1,989 00

57,095 22

25
62
99
75
52
72
82
62
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4,189 00
9,523 00
.6,192 00
3,317 00
1,736 00
3,990 00
2,090 00
7,331 00
4,316 00
10,300 00
4,995 00 1,350 00

4,472
3,074
4,524
1,883
3,985
8,616
2,780
8,034

18,422 17
5,851 16
1,298 35
4,973 35
6,936 57
14,610 22
4,598 84

2,414 00

5,26L 00
3,647 00
1,158 00

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1,707 00
8,458 00
5,606 00

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Banking Associations

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Overdrafts.

T I T L E OF BANK.

Real estate, furniture,
and fixtures.

RESOURCES.

DIassacIinBOttSt
National Bank of—
Gloucester, First
^
Gloucester, Cape A n n
Gloucester, Gloucester
G't Barrington, Nat. Mahaiwt
Haverhill, First
Haverhill, Essex
Haverhill, Merrimack
Haverhill, Haverhill
H a r w i c h , Cape Cod
Holliston, Holliston
Hopkinton, Hopkinton
Hyannis, First
Holyoke, Hadley Falls
Hingham, Hingham
Leominster, First
Lancaster, Lancaster
Lee, Lee
Leicester, Leicester
L o w e l l , First
L o w e l l , Merchants'
L o w e l l , Railroad
L o w e l l , Wamesit
Lowell, Prescott
Lowell, Appleton
L o w e l l , Old L o w e l l
L y n n , First
L y n n , National City
L y n n , Central
Lawrence, B a y State
Lawrence, N a t ' l Pemberton.
Marlborough, First
Maiden, First
Marblehead, National Grand
Marblehead, Marblehead
Milford, Milford
Millbury, Millbury
Monson, Monson
Methuen
New Bedford, First
New Bedford, Mechanics'
New Bedford, Merchants'
New Bedford, Commerce
Nantucket, Pacific
N e w b u r y p o r t , First
Newburyport, Mechanics'..
Newburyport, Ocean
Newburyport, M e r c h a n t s ' . . .
Newtonville, First
Newton,Newton..... . . .
N o r t h Adams, A d a m s . . . .




549
899
1162
1203
481
589
633
484
712
802
626
1107
1246
1119
513
583
885
918
331
506
753
781
960
986
1329
638
697
1201
1014
1048
158
588
676
767
866
572
503
1485
261
743
799
690
714
279
584
1011
1047
488
789
1210

$177,243 83
$546 78
186,652 86
18 55
320,848 80
241,678 97 2,279 48
73,638 78
62,900 60
253,065 17
194,598 09
275,822 62
159,103 24
113,895 97
89,355 20
164,664 31
152,215 99
89,386 54
195,872 83
266,811 45
233,347 11
. 189,803 42
413,275 89
689,603 80
395,451 59
476,472 32
417,233 03 2,515 09
271,981 01
346,538 22
365 54
216.923 49
28 29
265,384 53
515.924 71
183,485 91
165,236 28
80,286 28
93,368 22
70,147 99
286,011 85
169,828 79
148,246 40
21,291 32
644,538 62
757 48
578,489 23
917,291 25
375,037 98
144,571 46
393 17
260,803 25
238,649 00
190,973 11
41 50
177,876 20
104,867 80
162,867 08
8 24
488,330 34

$3,112 40
153 71
9,706 47
: 4,025 18
141,816 06

$6,574 74
8,500 00
$876 90
3,000 00 3,638 47
10,000 00 2,295 56
7,500 00
682 40
5,600 00
831 75
8, 650 00 1,118 41
9,411 01
99 80

12,475 81
1,000 00
6,000 00

489 95
393 85
4,158 12
3,401 86 4,000 00
392 00
2,365 83

10,000 00
6,000 00
16,000 00

188 00

12,000 00

10,000 00

2,835 07
2,376 59
18,664 01
1,404 32
1,919 75
• 395 03
5,919 87
1,627 23
15 99
I,233 43
472 08
-54,238 35
22,003 08
57,170 64
1,913 54
2,345 69
10,231 36
10,702 97
10,687 74
II,691 08
5,377 00
3,393 89

5,000 00
3, 500 00
6,200 00
205 32.

707 25

3,238 68
541 73
518 00
931 50
3,561 55

2,500 00

676 03

65 22

375 00

8,000 00
7,000 00
14,630 00
5,000 00
4,000 00
2,500 00
5,300 00
5,270 22
4,000 00

3,771 08
4,066 12
3,718 25
3, 111 22

263 33
1,290 13
1,060 00

5,603 00
562 96
11,312 57
908 42
327 75
2,162 09
91 46
487 93
161 50
37,311-53
3,572 41
.1,467 30

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

51

on the morning of the first Monday of October, 1866—-Continued.
RESOURCES.
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$122,000

167,000
250,000
200,000
201,000
100,000

240,000
203,000
300,000
112,000
150,000
100,000

185,000
145,000
100,000

200,000

3,354 68
763 88

210, 000

$12,100
96,200
400
216,350
35,000
73,000

23,000
5,700
36, 450
35,000
17,500
50,300
250

201,000
260,000

300,000
540,000

223,550
166,700
210,200

202, 000

225,000
306,000

11,400
10,700

200,000

250,000
150,000
200,000

375,000
100,000
1,968 42

205,000
111, 000
120,000

502 64

103,000
.237,500
150,000
167,000
100,000
614,000
539,000
535,500
535,000
202,000

15,000 00

300,000
258,000
150,000
127,000
153,000
152,000
340,000




300
50,000
30,800
52,500
6,500

78,000
186,000
111,000
214,250
322,450
20,500
137,200
60,000
10,500
101,450
800
60,000

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$12,402
6,560
1,587
3,446
11,170
7,211
5,635
4,924
907
3,405
836
1,651
12,685
3,387
16,051
3,278
5,195
9,457
6,033
5,026
6,228
15,051
1,006
5,452
904
17,950
812
11,330
3,029
11,210
3,348
555
3,132
8,241
597
385
1,000
6,357
9,904
7,742
2,118
629
4,152
1,769
2,949
1,710
1,682
13,317
3 650

$730 88
110 22
785 00
631 15
110 58
238 88
114 32
230 00
5 39
3,904 35
99 93
14 27
1,584 13
1,226 57
844 00
63 14
356 22
271 37
191 97
6,769 20
374 92

380 40
1,500 00
80 87
50 00
249 15
140 Op
1,217 22
584 00
714
3,148
753
902
165
1,492

59
23
80
47
30
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194 33
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519 78

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$39,980 00
$392,980 07
29,563 00 $5,600 00
440,671 47
27,921 00 18,200 00
788,233 77
52,822 61 6,000 00
597,162 67
735,333 22
38,111 00
247,881 12
24,025 85 5,400 00
557,619 69
43,775 75
575,576 41
31,869 10 9,000 00
634,506 96
29,602 52
296,885 14
19,180 00
320,640 03
20,324 00 5,400 00
220,484 79
8,625 70 2,000 00
541,865 15
24,107 30
419,023 83
24,750 00 16,580 00
267,508 44
15,027 40
553,845 28
29,416 60
551,789 79
17,918 60
506,899 07
22,218 00
801,746 68
27,394 02 3,000 00
1,142,210 15
66,082 00 19,000 00
1/832,356 18
53,145 00 4,000 00
658,325 50
28,450 00
834,627 68
26,642 00
897,691 40
32,892 07
526,871 76
24,639 13
783,664 53
40,182 29 3,000 00
443,146 13
42,577 00
566,906 81
47,335 00 18,000 00
1,041,890 33
65,635 79
331, 077 21
15,600 84
476,320 14
28,936 00
230,565 25
17,250 00
291,297 56
14,567 00 12,900 00
262,785 60
19,100 00
623, 719 89
24, 700 00 25.500 00
364,454 91
19,683 72
352,901 16
22,000 00 5,400 00
240,079 23
17,000 00 5,400 00
1,702,921 32
124,620 00
1,432,729 01
96,101 00
1,853,681 07
85,643 05
1,418,873 29
61,524 42
502,527 60
34.300 05
853,701 49
35,070 17
675,532 50
31,672 00 18,000 00
440,297 51
40,318 56 1,800 00
356,874 95
19,772 80
519,980 61
58,692 81
411,880 29
45,845 50 .
1,068,042 36
37,990 94 ,

REPORT OP T H E COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY. *
Reports of the condition of the National

Banking Associations
,

Notes in circulation.

Surplus fund.

Capital stock paid in.

T I T L E OP B A N K .

Office number.

LIABILITIES.

Individual deposits.

52

Massachusetts*
National Bank of—
Gloucester, First
Gloucester, Cape A n n
Gloucester, Gloucester
G't Barrington, Nat. Mah a i we
Haverliill, First
Haverhill, Essex
Haverhill, Merrimack
Haverhill, Haverhill
Harwich, Cape Cod
Holliston, Holliston
Hopkinton, Hopkinton
Hyannis, First
Holyoke, Hadley Falls
Hingham, Ilingham
Leominster, First
Lancaster, Lancaster
Lee, Lee
Leicester, Leicester
Lowell, First
Lowell, Merchants'
Lowell, Railroad
Lowell, "Wamesit
Lowell, Prescott
Lowell, Appleton
Lowell, Old Lowell
Lynn, First
Lynn, National City
Lynn, Central
Lawrence, Bay State.
Lawrence, Nat'l Pemberton..
Marlborough, First
Maiden, Maiden
Marblehead, National Grand.
Marblehead, Marblehead
Milford, Milford
Millbury, Millbury
Monson, Monson
Methuen

549
899
1162
1203
481
589
633
484
712
802
626
1107
1246
1119
513
583
885
918
331
500
753
781
960
986
1329
638
697
1201
1014
1048
158
588
676
767
666
572
503
1485
261
New Bedford, Mechanics'
743
New Bedford, Merchants'
799
New Bedford, Commerce
690
Nantucket, Pacific
714
Newburyport, First
279
Newburyport, Mechanics'
584
Newburyport, Ocean
1011
Newburyport, Merchants' . . . 1047
Newtonville, First
(88
Newton, Newton
789
North Adams, Adams
1210




$120,000 00
150,0C0 00
300,000 00
200,000 00
200,000 00
100,000 00
240,000 00
200,000 00
300,000 00
150,000 00
150,000 00
100,000 00
200,000 00
200,000 00
100,000 00
200,000 00
210,000 00
200,000 00
250,000 00
300,000 00
800,000 00
200,000 00'
*
300,000 00
300,000 00
200,000 00
250,000 00
150,000 00
200,000 00
375,000 00
100,000 00
200, 000 00
100,000 00
120,000 00
. 102,000 00
250,000 00
150,000 00
150,000 O
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100, 000 00
600, 000 00

600, ooo ob
600,000 00
600,000 00

' 200,000 00
300,000 00
250,000 00
150,000 00
120,000 00
150,000 00
150,000 00
350,000 00

$22,749 30
27,556 11
64,413 04
40, 000 00
50,000 00
3,000 00
37,000 00
31,868 06
21,301 94
12,000 00
15,100 00
1,052 64
35,724 90
8,372 69
3,000 00
40,000 00
16,000 00
16,958 60
15,000 00
14,000 00
33,200 00
10,000 00
39, 500 00
37,279 04
31, 097 58
10,000 00
30, 000 00
20,000 00
7,562 19
21,933 89
12,000 00
10,008 88
3,680 00
6, 648 00
22,800 00
9,000 00
23, 000 00
10, 514 94

120, 000 00
60, 000 00
180,500 00

40, 000 00
25, 206 51
20, 759 64
17, 000 00
2,700 00
3,100 C
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11,000 00
12,839 84
35,000 00

$107,958 00
129,350 00
.225,000 00
173,853 00
179,340 00
88,324 00
215,897 00
180,000 00
254,862 00
97,953 00
134,826 00
88,305 00
165, 720 00
126,000 00
90,000 00
179,960 00
187,200 00
176,802 00
. 224, 610 00
266,755 00
479,396 00
177,867 00
193,960 00
261,173 00
170, 504 00
221,150 00
135,000 00
179,000 00
320,249 00
87, 700 00
179, 740 00
90,000 00
107,566 00
88,645 00
210,050 00
133, 792 00
145,000 00
87,200 00
539,445 00
476,449 00
479,640 00
479,127 00
151,016 00
269, 725 00
224,572 00'
134,995 00
107,930 00
129,960 00
133,720 0J
2J4,300 03

$136,760 13
126,006 02
181,042 87
125,722 27
78,806 79
50,403 00
47,1G9 75
154,302 57
' 38,440 G
2
31,286 92
15,1G8 31
26,593 95
114,459 20
63,782 34
71,109 89
46,594 93
111,746 14
106,465 47
212,527 61
405,511 44
479,346 03
174,896 78
289,879 08
281,610 59
80,685 18
243,352 57
120,779 82
147,416 57
284,845 85
119,272 32
50,941 40
26,756 37
54,070 09
51,404 50
102,013 29
. 67,067 76
25,499 66
40,604 28
310,304 11
241,574 99
475,490 40
201,796 40
122,362 53
153, 347 84
1U6,471 41
132,826 58
103,325 25
74,927 10
110,980 45
230,019 62

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
on the morning of the first

Monday of October, 1866—-Continued.

' State bank circulation outstanding.

Profits.

Due to other banks.

Due to Nation'l Banka.

Deposits of U. States
disbursing officers.

United States deposits.

LIABILITIES.

*

$5,512 64
1,428 41
2,200 97
20,619 69"
9,390 66
3,986 12
7,621 06
6,196 78
16,544 40,
472 84
3,056 77
4,533 20
11,423 20
14,259 80
3,398 55
5,385 88
20,457 65

$1,494 93
1,546 89
25,298 71
314 00

$214,975 77

6,418 88

4,036 38

4,166 85

74,956 47
48 00
97,415 90
149,716 00
3,201 36
12,646 22
6,604 05
15,000 00
7,500 25
3,125 64
10,347 91
3,927 82

70,000 00

19,000 00

10,371 00
6,609 00
6,948 00
6,386 00
6, 625 00
878 00
£8,687 00
2,976 00
6,825 00
5,059 00
10,085 00
3,773 00
2,517 00
4,224 00
13,410 00
2,171 00

9,554 28

24,084 46

22,000 00
1,*201 97
51,370 98

2,192 97
5,349 71
8,525 74
9,939 50
4,463 60
5,965 72
500 00
47,888 71
1,723 67
5,918 33
36,895 47

$4,836 00
14,030 00
11,669 00
2,506 00
2,168 00
3,513 00
3,209 00
3,358 00
3,136 00
2,489 00

8,018 09

58,469 91

96,981 72
' 47,800 88

13,033 12
31,361 42

1,799 78
4,163 76

153,373 66
71,035 38




25,870 05

547 47
7,604 10
9,494 60
1,584 15
4,775 53
61,833 14
46,440 02
30, 409 64
54,443 47
24 56
12,687 29
22,032 43
13,790 93
13,621 94
719 85
19,593 31

3,800 00
5, 434 00
6,484 00
7,362 00
3,011 00
3,424 00
1,760 00
. 11,950 00
8,265-00
16,138 00
12,145 00
3,918 00
5,856 00
5,985 00
4,734 00
4,340 00
12,203 00

53

54

REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY. *
Reports of the condition of the National

Banking Associations

RESOURCES.

T I T L E OP B A N K .

Massachusetts,
National Bank of—
383
Northampton, First
Northampton, Hampshire Co 418
Northampton, Northampton. 1018
Northborough, Northborough 1279
764
Oxford, Oxford
736
Provincetown, First
779
Plymouth, Plymouth
996
Plymouth, Old Colony
1082
Pittsfield, Agricultural
1260
Pittsfield, Pittsfield
Quincy, Mount Wollaston... 517
Quincy, National Granite.... 832
558
Randolph, Randolph
595
Roxbury, People's
Roxbury, National Rockland. 615
1194
Rockport, Rockport
407
Salem, First
634
Salem, Asiatic
647
Salem, Naumkeag
691
Salem, Mercantile
704
Salem, Salem
.
726
Salem, Merchants'
Salem, National Exchange.. 817
14
Springfield, First
181
Springfield, Second
Springfield, Third
Springfield, John Hancock . .
Springfield, Pynchon
987
Springfield, Chicopee
Springfield, Agawam
1055
Shelburne, Shelburne Falls.. 1144
South Reading
1455
South Danvers, Warren
616
South Danvers, S. Danvers . 958
South Weymouth, First
618
Southbridge, Southbridge . . . 934
Stockbridge, Housatonic
1170
Salisbury, Powwow River . . 1049
Taunton, Bristol County
766
Taunton, Machinists'
947
Taunton, Taunton
957
Townsend, Townsend
805
Uxbridge, Blackstone
1022
Ware, Ware
628
Waltham. W a l t h a m . . .
Westboro', First
421
Westfield, First
190
Westfleld, Hampden
1367
Weymouth, Union
510
Whitinsville, Whitinsville . . . 769




$437,932 36
249, 361 74
318,259 48
103,125 74
108,786 57
203.359 75
203,141 78
282,421 11
309,716 11
615,363 84
176,058 88
160,510 06
221,403 38
290, 601 84
4fi6,894 98
102,118 72
243,284 54
415, 802 38
630,439 20
174,985 40
250,319 72
260.360 97
223,799 41
392,568 34
298,797 00
536,796 40
183,446 33
216,996 50
611,893 02
443,151 46
116,395 46
94,057 95
304,151 74
230,020 34
97, 753 49
155,039 97
209,713 49
105,374 01
496,335 74
264,390 10
818,268 42
95,433 99
100,203 64
315,181 78
152,194 83
92,400 63
87,903 78
93,353 05
139, 614 86
96,325 00

1,312 42

1,926 93
8, 853 15

500 00
000 00
500 00
000 00
000 00
000 00
000 00
350 00
491 19
767 14

1,244 83
875 89
313 02

225 00

3,429 51
3,091 15

1,198 13

5,013 97
2,377 94
4,931 90

7,200 00
5,724 18

687 99
641 86
730 42

!, 833 56

4,000 00
8,933 54
35,000 00

3,162 56
32 19

752 55
5,000 00
467 37

2,350 00
13,000 00
51,463 07
200 81
00
00
15
11

000
500
090
600
500
000
000

7,572 60
4,800 00

17,000
7,500
8,087
7,015

00
00
84
00
00
00
00

5,001 01
818 16
260 82

617 43

146 55
2,225 76
5, 039 44

6,799 I

376 21
000 00

000 00

377 72

785 30
500 00

816 12

500 00
000 00
500 00

366
3,488
594
49

00
90
84
03

2,194 23
335 59

'

REPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

55

on the morning of the first Monday of October, 1866—Continued.
RESOURCES.

in ©
^ M

ifii
8 V
&2
v

1,924 19

3

$400,000
200,000
200,000
100,000
106,000
200,000

170,000
210,700
200,000
24,538 09

500, 000
150,000
150,000
205,000
302, 500
315,000
100,000

301,250
300,000
500,000
200,000
200,000
200,000
30,015 82
27,588 04
1,399 53

10,305 91

170,000
305,000
334,000
551,000
150,000
150,000
300,000
302,000
153,000
100,300
253,000
150,000




155,000
200,000
105,000
508,900
208,000

| § mi
£ A -i3

O

$100,000
18,550
220,350

51,750
27,950
500
17,000

• 1,800
10,000
168,000
185,900
166,000
400
89,150
32,800
138,300
53,500

32,000
104,700
114,500
100,000
19,150
19,900
56,950
38,250
6,550
15,100

100
37,400
23,000
100,000
52,150

405,000
100,000
100,000

10,000

350,000
150,000

23,350

100,000

400
149,950
73,300
122,350
800

250, 000
150,000
310,000
100,000

§ i

s-a
163

150, 000
8, 571 10
929 16

§

.a «

$4,646
$109 50 $43,542 13 $5,400 00
751
162 45 28,395 00
4,050 1,692 00
48,115 00
2,713
925 60
8,871 16 5,400 00
3,570
264 75 12,086 83
162
89 12
39,440 40 2,000 00
6,020
35 00
26,508 40
172 75 27,208 00 6,780 00
778 06 44,221 20 3,000 00
. 10,909
2,000 2,310 00
49,542 00 3,000 00
80 00 15,600 10 8,900 00
1,020
100 00 18,792 43
3,799
38,251 00 7,500 00
21,579
129 14 92,433 10
12,009
581 87 67,571 69 . . J
10,150
176 00 11,860 00 5,400 00
5,718
274 15 37,831 65
5.203 1,365 89
63,022 00
270 00
7,264 1,256 98
99,791 00
2,539
108 36 31,946 28
417
24,635 60
4,473
648 93 55,186 16
4,818
43,905 50
9,419
38,078 05
12,725
740 00 54,127 61
7,947
221 50 68,082 13
4,493
24,130 00 5,400 00
3.579
22,604 34 5,400 00
210 00
39,528
55 00 81,621 18 6,000 00
26,950 2,369 00
57,736 31 7,500 00
4,031
529 55 18,544 72 3,600 00
13,856 00 5,000 00
865
298 48
25,000 00 23,500 00
11,501
564 72
18,783 00
5.580 1,500 00
22,580 70
1,093
37 10
595 1,051 44 14,652 20
19,627 17 33,430 97
4,261
101 21 17,700 00 2, 000 00
70,220 52
13,803 1,545 00
42,649 00
7,161
746 79
57,776 90
7,250 2,113 30
7,895 00
1,513
427 05
21,550 40 4,000 00
2,415
74 18
32,704 00
3,615 1,956 04
25,000 04
942
2,573
65 11,856 90
46,003 60 9,000 00
1,925 1,033 00
942 22 13,350 00
8,189
75,946 00
4,000
152 10 13,991 70
6,230

$1,097,191 79
534,495 82
865,954 38
244,752 65
248,542 50
560,210 73
452,260 14
559,428 19
710,081 83
1,352,348 52
403,721 67
368,675 11
695,405 64
969.918 35
1,254,958 77
- 266,702 73
786,721 87
1,001,841 07
1,491,378 77
486,157 20
504,246 17
581,963 57
510,655 24
970,013 61
1,013,619 96
1,350,898 60
424,121 00
506,189 96
1,169,703 65
1,116,227 93
329,947 57
227,301 85
662,573 05
443,979 23

319,202 20
368,351 34
562.427 93
295,744 46
1,322,010 42
640,491 70
1,387,583 68
240,983 43
236.919 04
804,535 35
354,592 17
220,487 26
575,456 95
385,055 00
708,120 33
288,284 19

56

REPORT OP T H E COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
Reports of the condition of the National

*

Banking Associations

Notes in circulation.

Surplus fund.

Capital stock paid in.

T I T L E OF B A N K .

Office number.

LIABILITIES.

i
•a
o
e.
*3
a

Massachusetts.
National Bank of—
Northampton, First
Northampton, Hampshire Co.
Northampton, Northampton
Northborough, Northborough
Oxford, Oxford
Provincetown, First
Plymouth, Plymouth
Plymouth, Old Colony
Pittsfield, Agricultural
Pittsfield, Pittsfield
Quincy, Mount Wollaston..
Quincy, National Granite
Randolph, Randolph
Roxbury, People's
Roxbury, National Rockland.
Rockport, Roekport
Salem, First
Salem, Asiatic
Salem, Naumkeag
Salem, Mercantile
Salem, Salem
Salem, Merchants*
Salem, Nat'l Exchangee..
Springfield, First
Springfield, Second
Springfield, Third
Springfield, John Hancock . .
Springfield, Pynchon
Springfield, Chicopee
Springfield, Agawam
Shelburne, Shelburne Falls
South Reading
South Danvers, Warren
South Danvers, S. Danvers..
South Weymouth, First
Southbridge, Southbridge...
Stockbridge, Housatonic
Salisbury, Powwow R i v e r . .
Taunton, Bristol County
Taunton, Machinists'
Taunton, Taunton
Townsend, Townsend...
TJxbridge, Blackstone . . .
Ware, Ware
Waltham, Waltham
Westboro', First
Westfield, First
Westfield, Hampden
Weymouth, Union ..
Whitinsville, W h i t i i i s v i l l e . .




383
418
1018
1279
764
736
779
996
1082
1260
517
832
5
5
61
1194
407
634
647
691
704
726
817
14
381
308
982
987
988
1055
1144
1455
616
958
618
934
1170
1043
766
947
957
805
1022
628
688
421
190
1367
510
769 1

$400,000 00
250,000 00
400,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
200,000 00
200,000 00
210,000 00
200,000 00
500,000 00
150,000 00
150, 000 00
200,000 00
300,000 00
300,000 00
100,000 00
300,000 00
• 315,000 00
500,000 00
200,000 00
200,000 00
200,000 00
200,000 00
300,000 00
300,000 00
500,000 00
150, 000 00
150,000 00
400,000 00
300,000 00
150,000 00
100,000 00
250,000 00
150,000 00
150, 000 00
150, 000 00
200,000 00
100,000 00
500,000 00
200,000 00
600,000 00
• 100,000 00
100,000 00
350,000 00
150,000 00
100,000 00
250,000 00
150,000 00
300,000 00
100,000 00

$85,000 00
4, 560 74
95,877 32
17,850 00
16,000 00
11,783 09
3,000 00
5,100 00
37,705 55
82, 007 26
28, 603 73
11,500 00
40,000 00
35,000 00
70,000 00
10,691 07
28,000 00
30,000 00
100,250 87
11, 974 67
25,000 00
40,000 00
23,760 37
42,476 23
122,240 63
44,588 50
3,138 38
59,409 70
100,000 00
64,674 68
17,000 00
12,096 80
34, 620 03
40,000 00
2,460 44
9,900 00
12,000 00
2,396 45
85,000 00
40,000 00
120,053 21
19, 000 00
1,752 52
8,837 54
10,000 00
5,123 27
17,800 00
33,000 00
9,804 84
2,098 72

$359,702 00
180,000 00
180,000 00
84,944 00
89,952 00
167; 500 00
135, 000 00
187.965 00
179,900 00
384,500 00
134,852 00
126,520 00
180,000 00
268,656 00
270,000 00
84,785 00
269,485 00
266,475 00
448,065 00
176,456 00
175,965 00
173, 978 00
129,873 00
271,400 00
275,000 00
475,000 00
135,000 00
135,000 00
270,000 00
269,953 00
119,805 00
85,255 00
224,607 00
130,929 00
134,770 00
126,314 00
173,000 00
84,000 00
436,557 00
162,878 00
359,785 00
90,000 00
89,865 00
309,755 00
130,500 00
87,419 00
224,780 00
121,200 00
269,811 00
89r897 00

$164,987 38
92,975 45
162,587 99
33,049 32
• 34,289 69
163,543 38
81,761 07
128,811 81
222,441 12
306,399 59
88,765 94
76,576 11
160,738 03
337,215 90
463,253 66
63,989 13
103,195 36
341,879 72
377,821 98
. 87,172 49
87,845 68
155 819 98
149,652 06
275,195 52
165,913 43
170,805 74
99,432 06
1^2,801 56
. - 346,146 13
440,962 28
30,793 18
26,193 05
.. 139,940 24
116,340 49
31,699 59
60,965 68
120,965 61
92,604 93
200,588 35
. 216,352 21
262,774 46
26,908 05
23,205 69
77,17127
57,828 49
24,300 57
58,088 58
54,562 02
100,479 W
89,499 47'

'

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

on the morning of the first
•

•

Monday of October, 1866—Continued.

•

—

^

—

:

—

$5,940 45
1,934 16
9,002 07

$58,872 70

$18,230 26
5,025 47
6,847 33
3, 664 45
15,986 25
23,342 07
21,305 48
24,069 28
19,442 70

1,171 36

115 90
38,188 88
35,778 97

57,022 52

30,000 00
453 43

125,407 26
67,891 70

48,342 18
87,014 75
72,322 42

3,247 27
*40,476 56
982 41
1,000 00
10,818 94
935 82
2,638 81
10, 012 80
15,332 68

48 28

181 08

47,463 72
9,451
26,457
9,097
24,854
953

64
27
15
97
71

20,448 37
8,250 68

13,277 57
26,661 79




412*52
154 52
3,165 27

2,122 41
1,710 78

22,728 09
21,781 02
21,23185
2,536 53
- 9,861 54
1,460 79
46, 646 51
4,484 04
312 55
4,224 49
82 00
22,586 88
30,419 39
40,718 22
18,032 72

4,634 43

193 21
615 00

47,320 62

11
Profits.

Duo to other banks.

Due to Nation'l Banks.

Deposits of U. States
disbursing officers.

LIABILITIES.
United States deposlta.

-

57

4,004 97
705 22

9,400 57
3,514 74
272 17
15,708 66
35,004 75
11,118 08
11,416 14
14,603 97
26,969 74
2,125 38
17,342 83
49,745 54
563 68
3,644 42
6,022 99
10,437 98
23,533 90
6,789 00

&
to

$4,459 00
18,487 00
2,062 00
3,465 00
1,398 00
9,157 00
6,130 00
7,777 00
24,220 00
1,500 00
4,079 00
4,917 00
6,812 00
5,066 00
4,701 00
5,041 00
6,549 00
17,612 00
5,070 00
4,304 00
6,957 00
4,649 00
17,518 00
9, 066 00
7,887 00
24,012 00
15,783 00
3,145 00
3,757 00
3,812 00
2,580 00
5,463 00
8,180 00
5,625 00
14,054 00
6,503 00
14,836 00
2,950 00
4,753 00
9,026 00
5,700 00
12,638 00
13,439 00
4,491 00

$1,097,191 79'
534,495 82'
865,954 38'
244,752 65
248,542 50
560,210 72
452,260 14
559,428 19
710,081 83
1,352,348 52
403,721 67
368,675 11
695,405 64
969.918 35
1,254,958 77
266,702 73
786,721 87
„ 1,001,841 07
1,491,378 77
486,157 20
504,246 17
581,963 57
510,655 24
970,013 61
1,013,619 96
1,350,898 60
424,121 00
506,189 96,
. 1,169,703 65
1,116,227 93
329,947 57
227,301 85
662,573 05
443,979 23.

319,202 20
368,351 34
562,427 93
295,744 46
" 1,322,010 42
640,491 70
1,387,583 68
240,983 43
236.919 04
804,535 35
354,592 17
220,487 26
575,456 95
385,055 00
708,120 38
283,284 19.

58

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.

Reports of the condition of the National Ranking Associations
RESOURCES.

d
I

T I T L E OF BANE;

•d
-a

'-5

§ si'
|

2

I

3 §

a

•a
a
>
JTIaasachnsctts.
National Bank of—
Winchendon, First
Woburn, First
Worcester, First
Worcester, Worcester-.-.
Worcester, Central
Worcester, City
Worcester, Citizens*
Worcester, Qninsigamond . . .
Worcester, Mechanics' . . .
Wrentham
Wareham
Yarmouth, First
Total..

$75, 178 04
327
746 1, 111,014 99
314, 474 01
79
641, 581 65
442
402, 563 94
455
630, 957 34
476
259, 058 84
765
366, 467 18
1073
542, 970 72
1135
127, 378 03
1085
102, 018 38
1440
418, 077 78
516

$145 75

$5,099 81
17,024 25

$231 17
4,057 41

40,000 00

14 26
107 27
92 88
5,000 00

1,000 00

1,305 62
601 39
604 47

$9,000 00
70,361 43
415 89
8,793 43
2,784 43
5,432 66
2,850 39
874 77
6,030 10
42 00

41,126,735 00 42,470 31 703,915 32 131,499 63 $52,367 68 1,104,04723

City of Boston*
First
Second
Third
The Republic
Boston
Hide and Leather...
Merchants'
Market
Blacks tone
Redemption
North
Continental.........
National Exchange.,
Eliot
Boylston
Broadway
Commerce
Howard
Shawmut
Washington
...
New England
National City
Tremont
Suffolk
Atlantic
Shoe and Leather..,
Atlas
Freeman's
North America
Maverick
Mount Vernon
Hamilton
Faneuil Hall
Mechanics'




200
322
359
379
408
460
475
505
514
515
525
524
529
536
545
551
554
578
582
601
603
609
625
629
643
646
654
665
672
677
716
778'
847
932

1,860,665 16
1,895,880 90
576,836 38
972,971 18
665,841 71
1,691,389 73
2,987,177 54
1,202,758 13 $1,825 35
1,893,858 93
49 20
1,762,501 18
1,434,963 09
147 91
660,956 77
1,978,546 35
28 32
1,905 961 35
672,843 03 2,020 79
147,810 82
3,462,599 18
1,136,371 72
' 134,757 14
987,789 81
253 86
910,812 69
1,134,213 46
2,197,253 29
1,850,436 60
981,771 08
1,596,946 76
1,163,857 47
595,023 91
1,376,234 90
517,537 87
328,999 22
842,664 59
1,109,668 33 77,500 00
239,663 96

427,588 08
168,981 55
30,143 50
173,816 72
56,991 83
225,316 40
350,000 00

3,092 49
1,166 65

8,197 46

16,320
7,014
140,000
59,212

40
94
00
10

250,000 00
45,000 00
70,000 00

18,000 00

98,732 42
36,305 72
928,316 06
17,117 85 12,411 64
56,137 39
149,534 67
267,986 46
61,613 00
9,251 78
506 33
106,-633 62
950 00
7,790 64
8,148 26
148,638 28
181,053 73
7,396 59
156,217 01
63,213 00
71,597 15
130.193 97
228,646 76
37,797 95
123.194 78
20,811 15
239,443 29
146,401 46
5,382 13

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
on the morning of the first Monday of October, 1866—-Continued.
RESOURCES.

£ £

£ &
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0

£ "d p
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* on
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$33,503 52
150,287 88 $18,221 24
87,353 44
92 11
140,794 25
.49,696 45
137,489 21
15,604 10
48,023 69
55,877 52
11,037 45
11,045 38
81,661 61

$152,000
675,000
210,000
300,000
250,000
240,000
100,000
141,600
200,000
105,000
80,000
565,000

6

111
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$63,100
100,000
60,000
60,000
100,000

2,300

15,000

8,505,571 li;- 175,853 27 35,800,950 7,047,250

417,905 61
791,172 51
103,331 20
372,887 06
£181,387 54
353,153 00
89,580 84
208,878 48
475,289 49
1,541,479 02
209,262 43
13,135 29
608,770 23
143,356 06
64,416 05
87,702 48
258,123 50
113,763 42
25,374 42
142,441 42
74,990 82
130,646 00
117,763 90
696,515 41
15,000 00
308,401 26
89,727 77
68,347 41
144,695 31
19,561 18
35,454 07
253,683 20
321,626 39
101,989 55

905,000
890,000
200,000
905,000
687,000
911,150
1,316 92
2,400 20
21,913 74
464 44
9,224 89

21,448 82

41,396 92
52,106 84

2,022 32
13,749 62
637 56




2,066,000
400,000
910,000
890,000
956,700
500,000
921,000
906,000
500,000
200,000

545,000
250,000
152,000
345,000
350,000
125,000
984,000
100,600
680,500
3,250
53,000
50,000
151,050
20,000

1,200,000
510,000
250,000
667,000
725,000
510,000
800,000
850,000
530,000
400,000
900,000
400,000
672,500
275, 000
205,000
270,000
750,000
325,000

123,750
112,500
250,000
309,000
275,000
50,000
56,000
86,650
20,000
41,600
383,500
12,000
300

$4,986
$1,921 14
230 00
1,003 82
205 04
2,346 41
1,528 15
5,000 00

2,496
505
4,492
4,850
783
8,384
9,000 1,100 00
28 00
1,142
1,566 3,032 93
452 75
5,689

$22, 789 25$2,000 00
316,662 00 35,000 00
38,924 00
65,796 00
47,712 00
54,998 50
15,030 70
47,158 00
40,773 30
" 7, 772 00
7,510 00
35,228 25 3,000 00

810,762 104,713 58 5,839,772 03 527,660 97

430 22
76,811
143,199 7,905 76
38 00
104,718

26,450
522,677
20,785
32,667
321,736
28,122
3,811
10,875
23,046
8,929
7,604
419,767
7,027
7,070
38,506
91,191
24,480
71,364
18,399
26,723
7,500
15,537
25,513
25,525
19,340

3,221

5,300 00
1,250 36
58, 680 10
8,018 31
1,318 15
2,936 76
2,540 00
1,562 15
7,747 26
19,052 60
12 79
1,466 00
952 72
205 52
3,845 38
6,596 97
5,461 23
8,831 47
1,054 55
4,989 84
427 04
1,907 50
2,167 06
34 20
1,518 86
475 99
400 00

810,000
700,317
225,100
429,220
355,000
35,000 00
472,514
150,000 00
2,078,300
238,114
447,389
1,725,501
316,194
256,680
480,513
67,358 82
503,850
237,198
87,630
601,839
128,860
49,871
3,600 00
298,124
360,688
405,413 02 75,000 00
847,4S7 57..
958,643
227,919
338,409
30,000 00
452,898
138,648
212,932
9,360 00121,324
15,000 00
125,896
297,'436
364,030
85.375

59

60

REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY. *
Reports of the condition of the National

Banking Associations

LIABILITIES.

T I T L E OP B A N K .

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Massachusetts.
National Bank of—
Winchendon, First
Woburn, First
Worcester, First
Worcester, Worcester

37
2
76
4
7
9
42
4
45
5
46
7
Worcester, City
Worcester, Citizens'
75
6
Worcester, Quinsigamond . . . 1 7
03
Worcester, Mechanics'
13
15
Wrentham
16
05
Wareham
14
40
Yarmouth, First
56
1
:

Total

$5,0
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3 00 0
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1 62 6 5
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$3,2
1 49 5
6 00 0
0,0
1 44 9
8,6
2 93 6
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6,38
58 3 3
7, 2 6
3
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5, 9 6
4
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5, 8 5
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2 97 3 8
1,4 0
34 2 5
8, 8 4
6
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8
28 0 2
1, 3 3
8
28 3 6
3, 3 3
2
3,6 3
25 5 3
2,4 3
70 7 7
5,0 8
40 8 2
2,9,3 4
19 04 2 3

City of Boston.
First
Second
Third
The Republic
Boston
Hide and Leather
Merchants'
Market
Blackstone
Redemption
North
Continental
National Exchange
Eliot
Boylston
Broadway
Commerce
Howard
Shaw mut
Washington
New England
National City
Tremont
Suffolk
Atlantic
Shoe and Leather
Atlas
Freeman's
North America
Maverick
Mount Vernon
Hamilton
Faneuil Hall
Mc a is
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20
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32
2
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5
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7
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'

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

-on the morning of the first

61

Monday of October, 1866—Continued.

$5,476 66
$37,863 62

2,434,376 85

$84,851 70

416, 791 26
269,520 22
137.135 88
196,614 88
213,180 85
32,252 75
151,182 61
38,052 67




825 47

11,173 85

105,554 42

$310,179 70

13,129 63
16,156 05
1,273 93
3,197 11

$87,900 01
55,779 29

807 87

115 17
6,986 51
6,978 71
13,996 04

7,300 00
3,996 00
2,297 00
3,519 00
5,097 00
5,919 00
1,459 00
9,931 00
2,870 00

677,572 62

461,649 60

1,757,952 83

856,662 00

1,393,760 86
495,187 42
142,839 00
175,647 68
2,819 59
457,342 43
252,460 40
22,070 20
132,253 15
4,652,361 04
251,269 53
12,059 72
597,393 96
308,072 80
14 000 00

1,618 34

12,960 25
5,6L3 69
199,535 88
132,237 93
551 37
28,264 97
1,562 15
137,356 37
85,195 02

753,406 88
124,857 85

68,762 15

16,636 49
95,585 05
248 08
245,165 96
1,977,708 30
59, 902 77
405,164 67
64,278 03
58,324 25
64,515 71
52,308 32

5, 914 59
12,452 16

1,017 32

104,777 26
2,445 46
9,190 11
8,839 28
•

6,421 38

1,176 35

$7,716 00
14,300 39
4,563 67
2,038 01
3,009 23
2,317 44

15,376 98
10,936 98
28,460 78
94,334 36 1
94,396 32
6, 769 50
20,500 00
59,174 06
14,359 16
10,296 22
9,574 12
5,297 63
16,310 60
16,867 74
3,500 00
11,165 72
37,920 23
16,061 93
1.507 88
6,351 81
16,865 82
52,732 93
49,156 21
2,833 54
7,900 17
9,627 64
30,865 99
6,499 95
3,264 C
O
32,356 ( -5
1,127 18

2,767 00
8,257 00
3,150 00
4,301 00
18,402 00
8,638 00
8,135 00
1,900 00
13,609 00
1,700 00
8,050 00
5,406 00
10,820 00
2.694 00
9,090 00
6,294 00
3,579 00
9,728 00
13,333 00
7,360 00
14,562 00
10,751 00
9,726 00
13,283 00
5,877 00
14,058 00
4.695 00
3,643 00
1,870 00
10,027 00
4,399 00
13,653 00

Aggregate.

»

&

Stato bank - circulation outstanding.

Due to other banks.

Due to Nation'l Banks.

Deposits of U. States
disbursing officers.

Uuited States deposits.

LIABILITIES.

$368,033 54
2,403,492 93
758,042 86
1,258,474 15
817,453 86
.1,176,074 12
394,869 44
617,614 91
858,144 52
253,663 10
210,816 08
1,125,713 86
101,973,568 13

5,043,400 07
4,847,456 72
1,392,167 08
3,198,894 96
2,336,521 08
3,806,223 82
9,287,733 14
2,179, 111 69
3,899,878 44
7,877,976 25
2,981,876 53
1,545,747 01
4,283,598 74
3, 769,252 47
1,698,082 66
568,196 54
5,965,750 11
1,997,531 48
626,844 38
2,374,677 69
2,781,052 08
2,460,966 06
4,509,769 84
5,024,003 48
1,940,741 73
2,877,686 15
2,921,557 47
3,349,624 39
2,5(>7,893 61
968,296 50
798,319 64
2,307,585 94
2,731,702 17
679,332 55

62

REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY. *
Reports of the condition of the National

Banking Associations

RESOURCES.

2
1
0
1
§

T I T L E OF B A N K .

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City of Boston.
National Bank of—
Globe
Massachusetts
National Union
National Eagle
Old Boston
State
Columbian
National Revere
Traders'
Everett
National Webster

936 $2,131,187 07
974 1,012,728 50
985 1,619,656 45
$437 24
993 1,488,724 13
971,250 94
1015
1028 2,097, 607 74
966,130 58
1029
1295 2,020,780 66
951,379 43 18,512 07
1442
218,320 75
1469
1527 1,839,014 61

Total..

18,108 51

65,000 00

3,000 00

1,000 00
1,229,834 96

58,193,845 09

$281,392 00
83,627 80
187,791 61
172,048 00
91,304 24
290,602 42
169,925 65
$766 15
350,746 00
336,564 00
9 36
$7,000 00

5,025 29 33,216 11 6,173,074 61

Rhode Island.
Ashaway, Ashaway
1150
Anthouy, Coventry
1161
Bristol, F i r s t
1292
Bristol, N a t l Eagle
1562
Cumberland, Cumberland
1404
Greenwich, Greenwich
1405
Greenville, Nat'l Exchange. 1498
Hopkinton, First
1054
Kingston, Nat'l Landholders*. 1158
North Providence, Slater
856
North Providence, Pacific.. 1616
Newport, First
1021
Newport, Newport
1492
Newport, N a t ' l Bank of R. I . 1532
Newport, Aquidneck
1546
Newport, N a t ' l Exchange . . . 1565
Pascoag, P a s c o a g . . . . . . . .
1512
Pawtucket, First
843
Phenix, Phenix
1460
Providence, First
134
Providence, Second
565
Providence, T h i r d
636
Providence, F o u r t h
772
948
Providence, Phenix
Providence, Rhode Island . . . 983
1007
Providence, Mechanics'
1002
Providence, Fifth
Providence, N a t ' l E a g l e . . . . . 1030
Providence, N a t ' l Bank of
N o r t h America
1036
Providence, Globe
; 1126
Providence, Merchants'
1131
Providence, Old
1151
Providence, AVeybosset . . . . . 1173




51,390
104,479
70,545
76,954
91,360
73.818
118,253
84,242
78,380
286,543
296,605
124,251
83,793
83,369
175,816
58,182
56,993
338,516
38,412
537,290
410,682
484,555
496,395
543,677
557,419
464,839
303,285
498,105
1,013,711
611,753
1,116,227
565,156
524,799

3, 000 00
200 00

589 45
108 03

1,267 50

704 57
2,000 00

. 468 22

5,600 00
1,924 54
1,500 00

772 04
306 73
248 02
99 96

4,000
5,700
3,500
1,196
8, 005

00
00
00
73
94

734 09
1,500 00

67 31
108 75

27,500. 00
1,186 58

22,000 O
O
15, 669 86

57
65
09
89
91

993 61

363 44

60,845 64
20,340 23
75,000 00

488 01
496 92
438 40
2,153 34
4,852 92
1,278 32
435 22
109 27
1, 901 30
1.528 89
882 26
156 03
3,231 94
22 33

518 04

2,000 00

3, 679 50
5,336 25
5,211 79 2,000 00
1,560 44
4, 541 92
5,366 97
4,535 1 0 2,800 00
846 75
1,769 41
4,653 56 25,201 25
6,607 47
5,125 00.
5,230 04 7,200 00
1, C83 01

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

on the morning of the first Monday of October, 1866—-Continued.
RESOURCES.

£
§

a

!
a
o
£

$6,587 96

13,672 99
116,508 34
7,223 39

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$400,000
500,000 $107,000
620,000
400,000
410,000
191,750
1,125, 000 150,000
900,000
50,000
370,000
205,000

112,000

28,911
12,550
8,469
52,004
75,000
35,000

6,010

2,464 43

556,000

150,600

313,039 38

28,485,350

i, 279,050

75,000

600

102,000
11,863 81

77,000
50,000
125,000
50,000
150,000

244 28

2,000

9U, 000
90,000
200,000
160,000

200

122,700

60,000
35,000

120,000

80,400
139,000
5,049 50

100,000
60,000

4,215 92
61 20
275 15

300,000

76,900
100
3,000
550

68,000

607,000
525,000

203,300
150,000

400,000

365,000
3,894 82

450,000

545,000
500,000
300,000

450,000
41,643 66
6,882 13
1,327 25
8y7 89




792,000
448,000
534,000
500,000
334,000

2,000

171,948

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$2,050 06 $671,948 00
593 11 304,067 28 $40,000 00
5,544 78
364,140 00
9,632 41 316,845 00
63,747 72 1,117,311 00
7,869 04
692,000 00 115,000 00
739 13 685,000 00
16,290 54
463,500 00 15,000 00
3,565 87
240,493 00
50,324 32
977 10 347,223 00

,562,351 268,136 55 20,632,170 98 555,318 82

614
15,716
1,704
3,400
1,813

587 67
124 66
143 10
500 00
44 '00
296 92
180 00
1,069 94
244 45
564 60

2,125
272
6,948
1,287
5,679
2,641 5,774 30
303 00
18,862
294 19
13,550
384 00
4,035
800 00
631
1,730 1,177 43
167 00
694
382 93
138,800
7,450
3,961
214 80
7,308
195 65
7,689 1,400 00
7,766
666 63
549 1,500 00
11,939
300 00
2,025
121 79
56,541
32
3,100
7,495
29,178

1,500 00
1,625 00
500 00
401 43

11,412
9,762
8,488
11 500
10,855
5,654
24,003
15,722
4,457
38,020
20,241
26,025
16,445
7,686
20,221
13,510
9,152
37,124
9,678
175,470
85, 760
39,513
44,463
58,165
83,635
53,030
33,400
70,590
89,475 22
58,596 00
121, C O 00
O
68,000 95
40,675 86

5,000 00

3,600 00
2,000 00

5,400 00

9,000

63

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Reports of the condition of the National

Banking Association

LIABILITIES.
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National Bank of—
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...
Massachusetts
National Union
National Eagle
Old Boston
State
Columbian
National Revere
Traders'
Everett
National Webster
Total.,

$1,000,000 00
800,000 00
1,000.000 00
1,000,000 00
900,000 00
2,000,000 00
1,000,000 00
1,000,000 00
600,000 00
200,000 00
1,500,000 00

$250,000 00
160,000 00
220,000 00
136,483 91
180,000 00
180,073 58
106,348 28
272,000 00
18, 000 00
2,472 43
25,392 58

$360,000
328,715
540,300
296,918
363,100
814,074
796,000
331,500
139,250
100,000
486,595

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

$1,625,670 32
852,864 87
1,074,403 37
1,238,411 16
1,485,781 15
1,343,757 68
986,639 55
2,042,479 48
732,461 83
91,715 85
980,064 93

42,100, 000 00

936
974
985
993
1015
1028
1029
1295
1442
1469
1527

6,376,146 10

24,344,555 00

44,335,811 66

Rhode Island.
. Asliaway, Asliaway
Anthony, Coventry
Bristol, First
.Bristol, N a t ' I E agio
Cumberland, Cumberland
Greenwich, Greenwich
Greenville, Nat'l Exchange. .
Hopkinton, First
Kingston, Nat'l Landholders'.
North Providence, Slater
North Providence, Pacific...
Newport, F i r s t . . .
Newport, Newport
Newport, Nat'l Bank of R. I . .
Newport, Aquidneck
Newport, Nat'l Exchange .
Pascoag, Pascoag
Pawtucket, First
Phenix, Phenix
Providence, First
Providence, Second
Providence, Third
Providence, Fourth
Providence, Phenix
Providence, Rhode Island . . .
Providence, Mechanics'
Providence, Fifth
Providence, Nat'l Eagle
Providence, Nat'l Bank of
North America
Providence, Globe
Providence, Merchants'
Providence, Old
Providence, Weybosset




1150
1161
1292
1562
1404
1405
1498
1054
1158
856
1616
1021
1492
1532
1546
1565
1512
843
1460
134
565
636
772
948
983
1007
1002
1030
1036
1126
1131
1151
1173 1

75,000 00
• 100, 000 00
75,000 00
50,000 00
125,000 00
75,000 00
150,000 00
100,000 00
105,000 00
200,000 00
200,000 00
120,000 00
120, 000 00
100,000 00
200, 000 00
100, 000 00
60, 000 00
300,000 00
65,000 00
600,000 00
500,000 00
500,000 00
500,000 00
450,000 00
600,000 00
500,000 00
300,000 00
500,000 00
1,000,000 00
600,000 00
1,000,000 00
500, 060 00
500,000 00

721 17
11,687 93
1,057 78
10,000 00
3, 400 00
1,189 33
8,249 67
1,138 54
2,906 55
2,400 00
1,117 76
13,000 00
2,185 20
7, 950 04
1,350 36
1,245 80
2,100 00
6,000 00
744 50
18,411 62.
10,600 00
6,850 00
17,300 10
60, 063 09
6,914 73
15,046 80
4,500 00
9,000 00

'

40,254
7,578
15,300
21,951
5,265

10
94
00
96
71

64,184 00
90,000 00
61,425 00
44,000 00
106, 661 00
43,500 00
131,859 00
77,844 00
65,328 00
170,000 00
144,000 00
106,236 00
89,915 00
42,035 00
102,763 00
64,493 00
52, 603 00
249,714 00
51,760 00
507,268 00
449,700 00
-345,000 00
315,954 00
392,523 00
479,853 00
447,670 00
259, 578 00
403,653 00
698,400
359,421
468,000
439,462
299,706

00
00
00
00
00

8,443 58
25, Oil 01
47,816 47
33,504 40
9,114 20
13,753 81
14,769 57
20,844 84
8,226 35
232,162 40
208,637 69
69,115 46
62,015 24
55,220 00
185,128 39
31,742 90
29,096 13
182,600 42
4,416 19
77,556 79
112,779 49
84,243 34
77,013 05
280,946 39
146,458 21
103,290 97
102,522 29
107,225 12
182,362 71
125,663 83
193,556 14
265,388 10
104,420 33

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE
on the morning of the first

CURRENCY.

65

Monday of October, 1866—-Continued.
LIABILITIES.

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$294,108
25,000
58,000
1,342
49,382
217,080

50
00
00
71
76
37

23,621 29
237,552 61
2,577 79
66,509 27

$18,885 71
17,949 39
5,929 28
14,000 00

$11,165 18
8,047 92
2,310 91
7,568 80.
43,319 22
16,334 42
. 2,084 23

30,272 79

8,870 34

$1,377
8,019
6,592
" 8,403
16,407
12,977
7,787
4,269
23,758

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

$3,561,206 71'
2,186,927 20
2,919,555 67
2,689,127 58
3,043,919 41
4,598,297 05
2,898,859 06
3,673,869 771,790,165 57
396,766 07
3,092,461 08*

4,547 63

17,692 67

11,659 00

4,280 41 13,803,832 85

916,459 51

19,785 99

355,010 00

3,616 00
90 96

582 73

1,676 09

4,239 36

1,600 00

8,897 79
798 20

4,406 50
1,611 13
31,544 76

2,631 33
1,763 61
1,319 00
12,790 51
253 29
1,791 59
2,370 80
8,612 71
4,095 02
16,703 33
10,845 19
10,367 64
2,456 46
4,689 36
6,810 65
5,803 03
3,059 68
16,883 01
1,348 22
41,563 16
22,985 34
15,244 77
18,954 52
20,438 36
11,585 97
18,422 97
19, 111 07
23,466 52

2,330 00

87 56
4,453 55
4,391 45

$1,454,731 12

2,391 00
6,734 00
10,124 00
10,425 00
9,856 00
9,325 00
5,310 00

153,310 08
232,166 l l r
191,162 76
158,095 36
248,886 49
141,258 55
315,828 04
214,279 45'
191,543 92
637,470 02
581,011 97
390,705 98
292,369 31
220,137 94
509,332 97
210,803 25
147,481 81
765,759 98
125,383 91
1,692,535 37
1,292,408 07
977,574 81
935,955 67
1,219,163 75
1,317,237 75
1,173,505 33
695,036 36
1,070,884 35

47,483 49
40,276 60
3,493 94
15,285 42
14,264 26

6,400
12,833
6,366
26,268
15,686

2,392,776 83
1,195,386 22
1,925,808 77
1,331,651 27
• 967,314 42l

36,176 12
6,465 41

54 54
4,379 57
1,855 52
3,962 55
376,382 08
183,465 73

57,326 42




13,725 97
7,323 79
fc,845 70

301 33
5,553 72
15,000 00

3,381 85
62,000 84
55,883 33

1,687 06
23,335 26

22,229 71
376,551 63
736 84
206,659 87
43,369 04
27,972 12

41,324
48,876
27,432
19,926

90
01
82
75

3,409
4,458
3,765
8,579

00
00
00
00

5,988
2.900
14,002
4,266
9,332
10,189
8.901
5,663
623
6,600
2,115

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

00
00
00
00
00

134,500,612 64

66

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

Reports of the condition of the National Ranking Associations
RESOURCES.

T I T L E OF BANK.
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Rhode Island.
National Bank of—
?, 651 44
Providence, Manufacturers' 1283
$87 70
$506,215 41
$14,000 00
Providence, Providence . - . 1302
816,464 85
7,656 85 $2,960 00
Providence, Commercial.... 1319 1,112,387 88
27,750 00 2,400 00
Providence, Blackstone Canal 1328
695,286 83
50,000 00 3,647 86
Providence, Nat'l Exchange. 1339
609,741 34
Providence, Nat'l Bank of
1366 1,956,954 44
18,000 00
Commerce
1369
3,056 63
Providence, Lime Bock
300,670 40
1429
4,421 39
Providence, City
660,395 60
1472 1,531,762 01 118,98663
Providence, American
14,779 28 12,923 74
231 37
Providence, Roger Williams. 1506
45, 000 00
578,835 66
1396
1,762 99
Providence, Traders'
192,633 13
Slaterville, First Nat'l Bank
of Smithfield
1035
954 95
74,614
Scituate, Scituate
1552
672 71
15,000 00
30,946
Warren, First
673
5,007 05 1,036 46 1,993 65
137.720
Warren, Nat'l Hope
1008
43 90 1,917 39
3,240 07
119,647
Warren, Nat'l Warren
1419
865 07 1,133 45
3,000 00
182,725
Westerly, Nat'l Niantic
823
105 22 4,800 00
19, 600 39
216,152
267 16
Westerly, Washington.
952
58 81
6,000 00
48 80
186.721
Westerly, Nat'l Phenix
1169
558 60
2,000 00
743 34
123,580
970
716 33 2,500 00
Woonsocket, Citizens'
776 28
1,631 00
99,098
Woon socket, Woonsocket... 1058
4,720 00
220,328
1402
Woonsocket, First
284 25
96,187
2,344 35
1409
Woonsocket, Nat'l Union
115,930
3,037 96
1421
Woonsocket, Producers'
145,583
5,700 00
1423
Woonsocket, Nat'l Globe
90,861
24 45
1,849 46
1206
Wakefield, Wakefield.
2,250 00
Wakefield, Nat'l Exchange.. 1554
49,155
723 96 10,405 08
Warwick, Centreville,
1284
113,904
750 00
Wickford, Wlckford . .
1592
129,461
3,000 00
Total..

21,605,844 27 130,966 56 511,647 67 121,964 56 61,838 84

Connecticut.
Ansonia, Ansonla
Bridgeport, First
'
Bridgeport, Bridgeport
Bridgeport, City
Bridgeport, Connecticut...
Bridgeport, Pequonnock..
Brooklyn, Windham Co...
Birmingham, Birmingham.
Bethel, First
Clinton, Clinton
Danbury, Danbury
Danbury, Nat'l Pahquioque
Deep River, Deep R i v e r . . .
Essex, Saybrook.




1093
335
910
921
927
928
1360
1098
1141
1314
943
1132
1139
1084

234,787 53
208,133 60
207,395 22
274,716 06
409,647 88
226,122 63
95,095 91
349,789 00
59,416 50
71,609 24
393,881 86
236,524 91
156,258 02
142, 425 35

4,500 00

78 70
2,439 98
967 53
664
345
1,967
970
249

41
03
00
16
29

1,133 42
. 173 06
1,423 34

746 40
4,152 04
8,000 00 3,104 29
30,000 00 1,346 15
9,300 00 2,020 91
14,500 00
884 44 5,493 64
2,500 00 1,542 12
78 00
106 80
2,500 00
57J 02
1,431 11
6,200 00 2,360 01
9,460 00
2,419 91
786 81
2,918 54 1,239 24

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

67

on the morning of the first Monday of October, 1866—-Continued.
RESOURCES.
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200,000
370,000
170 000
185,000

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$188
17,008
7,000
4,348
44,276

535 76

4,030 64

1,000 00

670 00

$66,574 20
i09,716 89
90,137 00
40,000 00
30,200 67

1,077 10,650 00
667 00
10,603
128 38
7,445
2,683 2,501 33
1,328 3,976 81
1,800 500 00

90,769 28
16,497 00
28,381 25
235,674 90
35,543 40

100,000
50,000
103,000
132,000
135,000
250,000
150,000
120,000
72,500
200,000
107,000
150,000
160,000
61,000
75,000
40,000
90,500
92,500

501 75

$591 59
785 59
1,520 81
9,300 00

650,000
90,000
167,000
540,000
190,000
80,000

$253 85
3,776 74

1,075 1,022 54
4,411 1,192 23
1,852
453
642
510 05
3,635
640 64
1,025
841 89
908 1,923 28
5,705
9,054 2,581 24
2,621
14 00
741
173 40
511 00
428 03
3,000
461
370 00
42 79
66 69
70 97
377

$75,000

1,100
50
11,050
!, 000

2,200

550

800

87,133 35

14,144,600

626,400

2,931 30
3,074 03
1,971 79
100,02230

105,000
212,000
216,000
260,000
256,000
178,500
100,000
271,000
30,000
50,000
255,000
252,000
153,000
103,000

3,650
78,500
51,650
27,200

3,546 32

25 61
70 75




1,750
7,250
1,000
50
4,100

$2,500

2,919,323 22
448,101 17
942,125 02
2,499,505 81
944,327 63
309,771 93

12, 111 00
6,167
3,183
7,036
8,817
11,457
25,686
25,867
14,237
8.162
25,460
10,000
16,122
18,000
8,205
8,756
3,220
14,674
9,570

1,250

4,500 00

10,000 00
3,000 00
2,480 00
5,400 00

500,919 62,473 75 2,301,965 81 54,130 00

12,017
2,065
29
7,331
495
6,840

2,042 21
231 50
3,068 75
881 00
457 18

9,642 4,880 00
2,663
413 51
2,258
57 78
5,716
58 73
2,134
401 00
1,336
200 12
5,211
252 39

29,272
31,432
38,328
29,300
35,570
20,188

00
33 1.900 00
52
00 9,900 00
00 30,000 00
19

10,000 00
31,539 00

1,886 00
14,632 00
56,367 00
18,664 17
20,530 00
25,295 50

$1,170,319 92
1,312,518 90
1,686,458 72
1,195,274 60
1,069,015 10

198,822 49
114,981 79
278,542 82
284,495 57
376,946 11
571,544 64
396,487 72
301,193 24
208,014 38,
491,941 11
233,916 75
297,806 02
347,372 05
182,487 39
186,217 75
113,451 61
238,029 49
248,202 68
43,481,422 50

416,546 62
757,247 21
644,321 57
874,384 69
932,271 91
641,643 40
239,108 64
755,213 00
121,265 89
159,864 75
762,464 28
606,847 59
369,052 83
315,632 31

68

REPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.

Reports of the condition of the National Ranking Associations
LIABILITIES.

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1283
1302
1319
1328
1339

$500,000
500,000
1,000,000
500,000
500,'000

00
00
00
00
00

$3,042
201,730
42,000
24,500
5,539

55
37
00
00
53

$450,000
166,550
332,750
149,450
164,500

00
00
00
00
00

$162,725 19
252,531 18
271,071 78
463,593 18
312,142 01

1366
1369
1429
1472
1506
1396

1,709,200
250,000
500,000
1,437,650
499,950
200,000

00
00
00
00
00
00

SI, 563
10,000
5,829
61,500
79,000
2,295

87
00
70
00
00
00

569,887
78,400
149,950
479,210
166,195
66,500

00
00
00
00
00
00

544,508 80
93,755 25
174,178 63
384,256 02
137,943 02
29,071 63

1035
1552
673
1008
1419
823
952
1169
970
1058
1402
1409
1421
1423
1206
1554
1284
1592

100,000
56,000
150,000
130,000
200,000
250,000
150,000
150,000
100,000
• 200,000
107,000
150,000
160,000
100,000
100,000
70,000
100,000
125,000

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00.
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

2,162
725
2,034
9,732
7,079
13,493
42,461
1,440
994
16,000
1,934
1,200
13,000
1,351
1,100
2,361
1,696
1,400

05
94
29
33
10
85
62
00
14
00
18
00
00
74
00
98
17
00

88,765
43,170
89,902
116,880
120,337
. 218,000
134,940
106,000
65,228
177,000
83,435
132,365
141,340
37,495
66,368
26,600
79,925
82,000

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

1,771 7a
11,484 16
30,733 90
22,219 14
36,822 03
74,725 80
45,285 86
35,445 45
33,064 54
80,665 43
32,669 65
8,152 88
29,802 63
40,290 54
11,591 09
7,367 08
38,193 49
30,677 11

12,207,650 00

6,606,785 01

£

Rhode Island*
National Bank of—
Providence, Manufacturers'.
Providence, Providence
Providence, Commercial....
Providence, Blackstone Canal
Providence, Nat'l Exchange..
Providence, Nat'l Bank of
Commerce
Providence, Lime R o c k . . . . .
Providence, City
Providence, American
Providence, Roger Williams.
Providence, Traders'
Slaterviile, First Nat'l Bank
of Smithfield
Scituate, Scituate
Warren, First
Warren, Nat'l Hope
Warren, Nat'l Warren
Westerly, Nat'l N i a n t i c . . . .
Westerly, Washington
Westerly, Nat'l P h e n i x . . . . .
Woonaocket, Citizens'
Woonsocket, Woonsocket...
Woonsocket, First
Woonsocket, Nat'l Union
Woonaocket, Producers'
Woonsocket, Nat'l Globe....
Wakefield, Wakefield....
Wakefield, Nat'l Exchange..
Warwick, Centreville....
Wickford, Wickford
Total

20,364,800 00

894,650 09

Connecticut.
Anaonia, Ansonia
Bridgeport, First
Bridgeport, Bridgeport
Bridgeport, City
Bridgeport, Connecticut
Bridgeport, Pequonnock
Brooklyn, Windham Co
Birmingham, Birmingham...
Bethel, First
Clinton, Clinton
Danbury, Danbury
Danbury, Nat'l Pahquioque .
Deep River, Deep R i v e r . . . . .
Essex, Saybrook




1093
335
910
921
927
928
1360
1098
1141
1314
943
1132
1139
1084

200,000
210,000
215,850
250,000
332,100
200,000
108,300
300,000
60,000
75,000
327,000
250,000
150,000
100,000

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

24,200
29,454
43,170
4,300
62,000
12,000
7,500
45,000
3,650
5,017
29,000
7,595
10,000
11,166

00
59
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
89
00
26
00
76

79,500
187,200
188,750
225,000
225,250
160,000
85,575
218,690
26,000
45,000
224,936
199,865
133,535
89,970

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00 |

76,893 62
167,912 55
121,228 41
332,992 61
205,553 30
150,515 87
22,575 42
144,643 00
9,513 54
18,098 12
97,942 25
53,114 22
51,383 21
90,780 54

REPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

69

on the morning of the first Monday of October, 1866—-Continued.

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outstanding.

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Due to National Bonks.

LIABILITIES.
O
B

!
$74,237
11,073
30,315
19,979

92
3L
04
53

30,780 66

$200 03
99,812 43
200 00
1,364 57

$47,647 15
12,572 63
13,051 81
46,554 03

$6,705 00
17,657 00
16,791 00
13,000 00
20,300 00

13,196 66

19,158 23
8,593 92
42,378 03
57,733 97
2,734 04 '
4,887- 65

11,028 00 .
7,352 00
10,585 00
20,937 00
6,363 00
6,480 00

2,919,323 22
448,101 17
'942,125 02
2,499,505 81
944,327 63
309,771 93

3,923 71
1,013 69
3,644 70
2,649 28
5,109 98
4,979 18
3,368 50
2,874 98
1,957 31
935 25
78 44
3,314 67
528 42
917 11
752 41
18 47
11,829 83
883 66

2,200 00
2,288 00

198,822 49
114,981 79
278,542 82
284,495 57
376,946 11
571,544 64
396,487 72
301,193 24
208,014 38
491,941 11
233,916 75
297,806 02
. 347,372 05
182,487 39
186,217 75
113,451 61
238,029 49
248,202 68

59,203 66
58,218 82
11,056 47
37 65

41,086 10
500 00

300 00
2,227 93
424 82
3,603 25
•13,429 74
933 81

6,565 48
156 47

2,199 56
4,499 00
6,030 39
13,844 43
260 00

3,185 25
205 08
200 00
$596,023 93

92,560 03

$57,326 42 1,130,312 43

1,466 09




17,870 0842,561 88
46,418 92
9,304 07
83,937 39
102,232 52
7,416 26
26,071 00
18,385 51
9,475 84
40,221 30
10,988 55
9,384 07
13,614 43

8,04191

2,590 00
7,598 00
4,543 00
7,002 00
740 00
3,496 00
1.974 00
2,617 00
2,701 00
2,433 00
3,221 00
'6,899 00
6,385 00

$1,170,319 92
1,312, 518 90
1,686,458 72
1,195,274 60
1,069,015 10

483,889 75

731,261 87

408,723 00

43,481,422 50

2,200 60

5,819 32
20, 412 07
15,719 36
42,664 05
15,231 22
6,326 52
3,149 96
. 5,088 00
i,538 84
2,341 90
29,955 73
13,966 74
11,655 55
4,814 58

10,133 00
5,680 00
4,638 00
5,109 00
8,200 00
9,241 00
4,592 00
12,095 00
2,178 00
4,931 00
13,409 00
7,506 00
.3,095 00
5,286 00

416,546 62
757,247 21
644,321 57
874,384 69
932,271 91
641,643 40
239,108 64
755,213 00
121,265 89
159,864 75
762,464 28
606,847 59
369,052 83
315,632 31

8,546 88
5.014 96
1,327 49
3,626 00

63,811 82

70

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

Reports of the condition of the National Ranking Associations
RESOURCES.

•d
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3

T I T L E OF BANK.

S

li
a

Connecticut.
National bank of—
East Hoddam, Nat'l Bank
of New England
1480
Falls Village, Nat'l Iron
1214
Hartford, First
121
Hartford, Nat'l Exchange . . . 361
Hartford, Charter Oak
480
Hartford, Phoenix
670
Hartford, JEtna
756
Hartford, American
1165
Hartford, Mercantile
1300
Hartford, Farmers & Mech's' 1321
Hartford, Hartford.
1338
Hartford, City
1377
Jewett City, Jewett City 1478
Litchfield, First
709
Meriden, Home
720
Meriden, Meriden
1382
Middletown, First
397
Middletown, Middlesex C o . . 845
Middletown, Middletown.... 1216
Middletown, Central
1340
Mystic Bridge, First
25l
Mystic River, Mystic River.. 645
Mystic, Mystic
1268
New Haven, First
2
New Haven, Second
227
New Haven, Yale
796
New Haven, Merchants'
1128
New Haven,Nat. Tradesm'n's 1202
New Haven, Nat. New Haven 1243
New Haven, New Haven Co. 1245
New London, First
196
New London, Nat'l Bank of
Commerce
666
New London, Nat'l Whaling. 978
New London, New London
City
1037
New London, Nat'l Union... 1175
Norwich, F i r s t . . . .
458
Norwich, Second
i
Norwich, Thames
657
Norwich, Norwich
1358
Norwich, Shetncket
1379
Norwich, Uncas
1187
Norwich, Merchants'
1481
Norwalk, Fairfield C o . . . . . . . 754
Norwalk, Norwalk
942
New Britain, New Britain... 1184
New Milford, First
1193
New Canaan, First
1249




$105,801 70
133,222 93
959,479 49
429,811 47
339,493 66
976.595 01
524,864 20
834,720 28
621,698 42
1,294,661 14
1,341,999 25
627,618 03
14,328 20
89,941 12
398,416 45
319,875 39
96,680 19
421,020 50
414,678 65
170,323 29
87,429 66
112,159 12
34,411 79
698,848 37
1,206,212 09
554,365 93
569,378 11
485,274 55
377,851 78
353,355 4 6
87,637 07
213,187 08
65,038 20

$920
79
2,875
49
336

51
08
06
14
01

4,416 06
178 52
10,395 86
I,144 46
254 00
45 18
58 01
4,730 76
1,783 99
543 26
3,510 01
443 37
1,635 14
119 94
781 20
329 71
327 00

$3,000 00 $1,298 01
12, 621 96 1,765 08
12,589 96
25,828 06 15,132 48
15,222 05 6,732*39
189,528 51 16,083 51
2, 400 97
3,065 49 1,770 73
2,506 15
15,000 00 7,222 27
15,179 98
15,000 00
3,604 01
168 40
5,295 75
977 97
5,700 00
24,449 68 2,467 46
3,000 00 2,344 46
1,000 00 2,036 34
4,900 00 5,181 73
10,000 00 5,179 38
6,000 00 2,474 45
707 85
830 50
4,421 35
685 85
2,300 00
6,030 86
34,000 00 15,691 52
53,051 00
83,662 16 4,377 84
1,811 00
19,462 49 1,488 98
79,386 23
15 91
2,883 34

7,190 00

94,549 68
261,336 74 6,906 38
471,967 38
338,528 57
608 48
1,334,870 35
. 283,086 20
89,727 32
27 45
304,163 76
336 27
307.488 91
564 22
310,856 07
982 49
214,585 85
373,298 29
160,151 99 2,758 13
87,833 99

3,412 50

10,000 00

619 23
717 50
2,500 00
2,500 00

1,000 O
O

1,627
1,501
7,004
2,964

12 50
4,317 57

620 00

10,558 28
6,977 63

3,244 07
3 75

30
64
61 5,230 00
56
600 00

00 1,002 26
238 31
11
00
49
00
323 50
00 3,678 22
00 2,001 90
11,000 00 1,937 39
3,500 00
754 48
3,500 00 1,230 82

15,000
10,713
6,000
4,459
4,155
8,000
8,000

660 19

2,192 85
2,419 53

5,468 78
6,544 29
1,067 17

REPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF THE

CURRENCY.

71

on the morning of the first Monday of October, 1866—-Continued.
RESOURCES.

1

3'S
« £ f3
c gv o
s

.tS S
^ OS
BIS o

$588 51
437 35
1,612 55
1,063 18
66,878 42
2,845 25
25,535 80
3,675 16

$135,000
150,000
556,000
530,000
500,000
885,000
500,000
500,000

6,079 69

200,000

2,276 93
23,761 15
3,836 69

421,000
420,000

1
1
S &
•5 M
o

223 80

200,000
50,000
212,000

230,000

$9,300
227,450
152,200
215,000

122,900
272,900
25,000
93,550
12,650
50

$8,625
11,313
5,792
1,418
58,652
7,889
14,941
2,970
4,042
28,889
12,499
37,495
30
1,857
802

907 82

111,000

2,100
100,000

6,252
1,130
18,988
3,400
824
1,751
4,034
1,121
6,586
2,496
6,997
2,184
1,567
2,875
4,109
614

40,675 83

130,000
150,000

13,900

8,889
2,500

188,000

1,128 67
24,570 98
4,141 62
611 15
3,773 05
5,400 00
1,035 81
5,356 05
1,648 58
!6, 604 37

100,000
242,000
300,000
150,000
150,000
105,000
50,000
293,000
900,000
380,000
475,000

112,000

400,000
3,758 77

200,000

6,284 88

760,000
145,000
50,000
197,000
140,000
225,000
300,000

4,347 87

200,000

636 30
2,624 01




38,600
5,600

35,000
5,000
10,000

75,050
359,400

125,000
100,000

1,000 00

344 40
820 00

5,208 00
5,541 88
612 60

525 00
355 79

76
08 $38,245 85
00 4,600 00
24 6,400 00
41 10,000 00
78
00
67

16,810 00

37,920 82 39,000 00
64,940 00 100,000 00
51,400 73
800 00

37,636 59 1,900 00
25,134 49
10,500 00
14,380 00
13,863 94
35,615 00
17,703 20
12,722 70
16,316 75 500 00
3,050 00 3,600 00
81,718 00
105,556 00
71,753 79
99,461 02

416,730 83

857 00 24,425 00
36,200 00 40,388 85

457,670 65
427,937 51

11,000 00 49,000 00
796
5,600 1,760 00 39,950 00 20,000 00
21,217 500 00 71,323 06 31,000 00
27,600 00 2,000 00
63, 100
3,180
502 12 120,545 00 5,000 00
45,500 101,000
4,500 40,194 8,965 00 33,223 64
840 2,421 25 29,152 55
5,287 12,414 53 31,716 30 373 89
6,950
6,792 475 00 25,720 75 3,406 54
7,623 2,836 64 28,266 45
27,692 00
2,281
20,000
1,893
13,150
423 00 32,914 39 ..........
2,409
385 68 19,837 00 22,700 00
10,792 41
1,490
200

275,432 09
509,525 81
1,183,516 01
715,233 97
2,593,783 91
587,126 15
206,331 46
610,887 54
509,325 87
684,570 13
684,180 25
729,266 58
381,450 39,
234,908 99i

114,100

20,000
100,000

4,928
2,799
2,504
1,394
7,704

$15,718
22,569
151,510
109,522
66,769
165,036
81,574
63,833

35
95
60
58 21,000 00
00 133,580 65 38,400 00
68,634 61
2,210 00
16,323 00

280,000

392,000
300,000

55,000
374 09

10,200

$766 47
2,464 00
3,583 54
3,000 00
325 57
2,548 00
436 20
71 00
2,609 00
12,153 00
16,709 00
8,780 14

72

REPORT OP T H E COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY. *
Reports of the condition of the National

Banking Associations

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T I T L E OP B A N K .

Capital stock paid In.

LIABILITIES.

Connecticut.
National Bank of—
East Haddam, Nat'l Bank of
New England
Falls Village, Nat'l Iron
Hartford, First
Hartford, Nat'l Exchange....
Hartford, Charter Oak
Hartford, Phoenix
Hartford, M t n &
Hartford, American
Hartford, Mercantile
Hartford, Farmers MechV.
Hartford, Hartford
Hartford, City
Jewett City, Jewett City
Litchfield, First
Meriden, Home
Meriden, Meriden
Middle town, First
Middle tow ii, Middlesex C o . . .
Middletown, Middletown
Middletown, Central
Mystic Bridge, First
Mystic River, Myotic River . .
Mystic, Mystic
New Haven, First
New Haven, Second New Haven, Yale
New Haven, Merchants'
New Haven, N a t Tradesmen's
New Haven, Nat. New Haven
New Haven, New Haven C o .
New London, F i r s t . .
New London, Nat'l Bank of
Commerce
New London, N a t l W h a l i n g .
New London, New London
City
New London, N a t l Union . . .
Norwich, First
Norwich, Second
Norwich, Thames
Norwich, Norwich
Norwich, Shetucket
Norwich, Uncas
Norwich, Merchants'
Norwalk, Fairfield Co
Norwalk, Norwalk
New Britain, New B r i t a i n . . .
New Milford, First
New Canaan, First.




52,450 00
500,000 00
1,000,000 00
500,000 00
500,000 00
300,000 00
464,800 00
350,000 00
100,000 00

1480
1214
121
361
486
670
756 ;
1165
1300
1321
1338
1377
1478
709
720
1382
397
845
1216
1340
251
645
1268
2
227
796
1128
1202
1243
1245
196
666
978
1037
1175
458
224
657
1358
1379
1187
1481
754
942
1184
1193
1249,

$21,500 00
31,237 19
150, 000 00
20,000 00
42,712 32
300,776 74
40,000 00
72,363 86
34,500 00
100,000 00
371,208 M
61,608 30
1,823 35
9,624 10
23,000 00
36,000 00
2,000 00
71,200 00
65,000 00
18,220 00
13,000 00
18,237 03
7,185 90
74,783 19
120,000 00
12,000 00
19,000 00
67,500 00
56,807 60
8,500 00
44,506 70

$80,800 00
127,590 00
497,930 00
475,420 00
441,780 00
750,000 00
429,640 00
445,000 00
166,500 00
352,620 00
312,856 00
163,800 00
39,945 00
179,577 00
200,437 00
360,000 00
89,075 00
214,000 00
260,000 00
133,400 00
334,760 00
90,000 00
44,980 00
262,010 00
799,343 00
336,898 00
426,000 00
250,750 00
345,040 00
269,265 00
"99,415 00

$91,073 49
85,650 60
695,098 74
92,825 73
292,619 77
887,429 55
81,986 86
384,043 84
145,004 26
297,251 43
470,702 21
154,577 34
1,940 71
69,489 93
104,141 92
56,387 28
124,616 67
113,719 72
126,342 64
51,298 49
20,525 78
65,469 17
8,235 31,
415,453 98
871,574 70
225,548 4
4
342,118 00
203,004 92
294,945 21
196,020 81
72,896 04

207,200 00
150,000 00

30,678 58
16,742 09

115,500 00
125,000 00

94,428 21
79,150 02

$130,000 00
200,000 00
500,000 00
500,000 00
500,000 00
1*017,400 00
525,000 00
600,000 00
500,000 00
1,105,000 00
1,132,800 00
550,000 00
60,000 00
200,000 00
400,000 00
300,000 00
100,000 00
350,000 00
369,300 00
150,000 00
150,000 00
100,000 0 0

.

125,000 00
150,000 00
500,000 00
300,000 00
3,000,000 00
220,000 00
100,000 00
300,000 00
215,000 00
300,000 00
300,000 00
310,000 00
125,000 00
. 100,000 00

41,051 09
30,000 00
9,500 00
6,400 00
100,000 00
2,200 00

1,416 37
2,833 15
11,746 35
4,200 00
7,000 00
17,410 63
1,500 00

45,500 00
89,500 00
354,362 00
178,950 00
674,000 00
127,030 00
44,975 00
174,550 00
190 ofsn 00
A/C\Jf VUV UL/
186,387 00
267,760 00
152,414 00
104,480 00
89,960 00

29,541 24
206,608 27
1 2 8 , 6 8 1 24

130,347 31
718,801 11
164,028 14
52,045 41
39,903 15
133,454 18
110,503 18
49,985 48
170,427 70
97,450 36
32,745 04

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE

CURRENCY.

on the morning of the first Monday of October, 1866—-Continued.
LIABILITIES.

$
m

n
v
•3

S

$56,209 79




$9,758 71
21,348 22
106,339 59
106,591 31
52,624 67
114,936 73
46,687 22
57, 230 79
88,558 40
103, 753 65
138,892 18
45,161 99
7,240 96
21,944 79
21, 369 98
14.214 97
29,354 11
21,706 83
5,281 88
464 37
24,054 30
691 00
14.215 82
89,094 05
39,794 33
3,417 65
122,333 86
19,443 02
4,764 58
5,655 55

23,260 05
24,163 15
16,035 67
52,858 91
16,269 62
31,593 75
26,965 54
45,222 57
3,255 70
24,796 81
40,027 15
41,557 3 >
20,695 75
8,250 74

$2,026 21
1,183 26
2,262 80
2,301 14
4,195 47
108 73
69,901 36
19,776 53
6,038 30
1,214 85
755 30
19,607 04
203 46
9,878 27

1, 578 23

,838 57

3,213 15
1,713 24
6,905 10
5,187 74
9,119 47
12,292 04
440 62
2 55

$6,164 82
5,488 43
82,171 02
40,728 56
21,313 76
87,129 76
33,895 99
39,060 98
20,820 04
188, 612 01
71,216 37
16,809 83
137 47
13,817 23
8,427 78
14,067 25
1,845 66
8, 658 70
21, 863 00
5,053 24
2,911 21
4,966 14
1,132 28
27,705 94
46,354 73
24,606 04
22,387 60
14,438 61
13,593 73
17,624 42
7,926 73

$14,337 00
10,440 00
5,521 00
9,195 00
7,016 00
49,724 00
11,996 00
17,225 00
24,827 00
54,173 00
121,713 00
26,864 00
2,715 00

6,197 86
25,946 78

3,666 00
7,000 00

5,466 61
4,730 72
26,152 64
27,039 67
34,389 05
29,058 37
3,339 68
25,890 93
26,871 99
23,853 32
14,622 62
23,954 54
9,407 03
2,450 66

4,710 00
9,438 00

3,304 00
14,322 00
10,018 00
21,608 00
4,820 00
3,391 00
1,195 00
11,334 00
8,743 00
12,514 00
13,333 00
27,919 00
19,255 00

35,000 00
10*939 00
4,555 00
17,300 00
10,694 00
18,165 00
7,585 00
11,621 00
6,566 00

73

74

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

Reports of the condition of the NationalRankingAssociations
RESOURCES.

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National Bank of—
Putnam, First
448
Pawcatuck, Pawcatuck... 919
Portland, First
1013
Roekvillo, First
186
Rockville, Roekvillo...
509
Southport, Southport..
660
South Norwalk, First
502
Stafford Springs, Stafford. 686
Stamford, First
4
Stamford, Stamford
1038
Stonington, First
735
SuflSeld, First
497
Thompson, Thompson.
1477
Tolland, Tolland County-. 1385
Waterbury, Waterbury . . . 780
Waterbury, Citizens'
791
West Meriden, First
250
West Killingly, First Nat.
Bank of Killingly
450
Westport, First
394
Winsted, Hurlbut1494
Windham, Windham..... 1614
Total .

$129, 687
57,278
156,314
188,677
299,006
122,008
60,385
169,362
186,840
137,282
10,561
160,292
65,421
63,157
535,933
303,516
265,187
40,011.04
231,068 34
260,576 53
58,486 70

$570 00

1,391 44
12" 12

722 12
643 97

$9,000 00
3,195 75
1,700 00
13,800 00
5,900 00
1,501
6,000 00
900 00
679 91
3,900 00
6,700 00
3,100 00

2,286 24
5,052 14
678 58

10,000 00
9,500 00
11,045 80

499 06

1,500 00
2,450 00

14 35

1,000 00

26,159,684 11 76,710 24

881,825 28

$700 17
820 59
527 73
689 45

1,615 63
1,018 33
122 25

$3,144 26

2 , 5 0 0 00

5,601 66

2 , 0 0 0 00

1,514 07

1 4 , 7 7 5 00

798 30
730 61
580 71
3,620 83
1,273 25
720 42
2,913 88
19 04
736 17
6,155 68
3,940 99
2,454 12

$ 3 , 0 5 6 25

2,907 43
1,630 84
4,790 27
2,957 73
2,930 17

784 43

913 85

12,094 56

3,403 54
599 60

2 , 2 0 0 00
817 89
8 , 1 4 5 30

5,000 00
637 97
8,800 00

216,984 25 131,236 28

New York.
Adams, First
71
Adams, Huogerford
1531
Albion, First
166
Albion, Orleans Co
1509
Amenla, First
706
Andes, First
302
Angelica, First
564
Auburn, First
231
Auburn, Auburn City
1285
Auburn, Cayuga Co
1345
Auburn
1350
Auburn, Nat'l Exchange.. 1351
Aurora, First
412
Amsterdam, First
1307
Amsterdam, Farmers'
1335
Baldwinsville, First
Batavia, First
340
Batavia, Nat. Bank of Genesee
1074
Bath, First
165
Binghampton, First
202
Binghampton, City
1189
Binghampton, Nat. Broome
Co
, 1513




45.605 19
437 07
135,105 51 10,537 51
93,061 81
121 99
187,806 02 3,374 00
64,390 20
55 96
38,188 50
117,314 13
602 50
168,127 71 1,518 41
263,214 49 4,254 89
482,528 89
686 38
439,243 37 3,552 10
198,067 77 1,424 27
96.606 28
435 83
165,213 47
248 74
322,337 65 2,215 01
122,654 60
458 80
89,755 22 18,588 84

8,832 58
1,730 65
14,062 73
4,003 07
2,000 00
2,630 74

2,868
2,039
2,240
535
1,486
1,288
2,117

10 00
4,630 28

5,808 75

10,000 00
9,308
257
5,700
3,085

15
84
00
00

2,377 83
1,680 93

16,847
1,195

461 30
6, 467 48
1,843 66
1,913 33

16,000 00

2,620 30
4,205 97

81,863 32

1,243 46

10,000 00

1,774 32

8,095 11
6,000 00
1,543 43

628 09
1,186 09

5,788
2,659
1,471

252,990 95
135,158
106,687 39
214,730 83

3,796 26

1 , 9 5 0 43

2,448 72

7,532 29

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on the morning of the first

75

Monday of October, 1866—Continued.
RESOURCES.

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$150,000

$2,316

70,000

374

150,000
7,108 26

2,440

205,000
322,000

5,449

112,000

17,000

180,000

1 9 , 7 2 2 15

48 00

3 7 , 5 7 5 47

422, 482 86

257

500 00

5 , 0 1 4 72

340,922 4 1

28,400 20

597,187 29

62,350

4,135

200

50,000

449

62,000

850

2 0 , 2 5 7 33

613

106,400
175,200

1,320

50,000

1 , 1 5 5 65
842 00

493,162 35
1 5 6 , 7 5 1 84

1 1 2 , 9 2 3 00

2 , 5 0 2 26

296,500

71,250

4,842

849 79

141,579 92

2,000 00

1 , 3 4 6 , 9 5 5 75

4 2 , 1 2 1 60

795,456 47

2 6 , 5 0 0 00

9,184

1,189

445,496 62

4 , 0 3 7 79

3,132

50,000
30,000

3 0 8 , 3 7 1 75

675,171 2 1
4 , 0 0 0 00

3 , 3 2 3 96

110,700

285,000

1,000 00

1 9 , 5 1 3 00
4 , 7 0 0 00

200,000

789,289 39

4 2 , 3 4 0 00
3 4 , 1 5 0 00

500,000

112,000

485,264 8 1

1,391

200,500

1,819 38

$2,000 00

2 6 , 4 0 0 79

202,000

3 7 , 7 5 0 93

164,576 45
3 6 1 , 6 2 1 05

659 39

205,000

1 , 2 3 1 38

$348,514 00

1 3 , 0 0 2 99
1 7 , 0 0 0 78

1,412

96,950

133,000
2 , 2 9 9 56

$23,200 00
$115 00

2,015
67,450

130,000

2 6 , 2 5 1 67

©

I

562,196 07

2 8 , 6 6 5 08

1,134
7 6 34

2 7 , 4 8 2 00

2,000 00
6,600 00

2 6 1 , 8 1 1 65
639,255 65

794 64

205,000

50

1,830

2 3 , 6 4 0 43

5 6 9 , 9 9 0 32

1 5 , 9 1 0 78

77,000

400

6,024

6 , 5 0 0 00

2 1 7 , 7 0 0 29

477,843 45 19,482,500 3,187,300

581,576

3 0 1 94

12,554 00

7,500 00

155,392 68

815

749 00

2 1 , 3 9 1 00

6 9 , 9 1 2 80

394,570 16

75,000
290 65

145,327 8 9 3 , 1 2 8 , 4 9 9 78 475,915 13 6 2 , 5 3 2 , 9 0 0 13

110,000

4 4 2 , 1 5 0 94

103,550

69,150

4,201

3 , 1 8 0 36

5 4 , 4 7 5 72

103,200

3,650

2,017

1 , 7 7 1 00

2 4 , 0 0 9 00

5 3 , 8 6 0 58

4 1 0 , 8 3 5 46

104,000

2,300

1, 040

12.699 11

5 2 , 3 9 3 10

285,047 84

1,700

1,302

1 3 , 3 5 7 87

127,404 35

662

10,990 00

237,504 2 0

743 85

60,000
100,000
100,000

1,256 45

157,000

2,304 50

500 00

4 , 3 6 6 10

167,000

2 , 1 5 4 94
1,814 12

97,000

146 5 6

121,500

4 5 00

180 00

3 9 , 3 0 3 56

2 5 , 0 0 0 00

534,975 39
840,096 7 5

3,253
9,000

3 4 1 00

52.700 00

4 2 , 0 0 0 00

3,533

1 , 7 8 5 85

5 2 , 9 0 3 74

4 2 , 2 5 0 01

791,232 80

1,139

112,000
100,000

1,976

431,369 19

2 1 , 8 9 7 02

1,934
1,933

195,000

88

50,000

330 45

2 4 , 2 1 9 00

111,500 00

529,480 9 0

9,230

230,916 2 8

1 3 , 4 4 8 37

403
30,000

660 20

25,000 00

21,048 00,

2 7 , 2 3 6 88

2,853

21,100

140,000

1 8 , 1 6 6 25

343,127 48

3,381

2 0 , 3 1 0 00

1,802

5,765 65

77,000

50,000

110,000
100,000
202,200

2,126

482 7 1

339

4 , 5 0 2 76

2 4 , 7 8 1 35

85,000

6,369

4 , 0 1 1 56

175,000

1,000

7,196

1,368 46

100,200

5,000

100

283,910 3 2

3 4 , 2 5 5 00

77,050

2 , 4 2 6 78
2,566 80




383,208 43
560,572 5 1

442,273 87
396,832 60

74,543 54

8,000 00

573,736 9 1

3 , 2 6 0 00

6 7 , 7 3 0 00

6 4 , 6 1 7 16

608,896 20

5 , 2 5 0 00

3 3 , 7 7 7 00

80,000 00

356,396 77

76

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Reports of the condition of the National

Banking Associations

LIABILITIES.
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National Bank of—
Putnam, First
Pawcatuck, Pawcatuck..
Portland, First
Rockville, First
Rockville, Rockville
Southport, Southport.....
South Norwalk, First
Stafford Springs, Stafford....
Stamford, First
Stamford, Stamford
Stonington, First
Suffield, First
Thompson, Thompsou...
Tolland, Tolland C o u n t y . . . .
Waterbury, W a t e r b u r y . . . . . .
Waterbury, Citizens*
WestMeriden, First
West Killingly, First Nat'l
Bank of K i l l i n g l y . . . . . . . . .
Westport, First
...
Winsted, Hurlbut
Windham, Windham.

448

$ 1 5 0 , 0 0 0 00

$ 3 , 7 7 9 24

$128,500 00

919

. 85,000 00

736 2 0

6 2 , 4 7 9 00

8,955 87

1013

150,000 00

1 , 4 0 0 00

1 3 3 , 5 0 0 00

70,667 23

186

200,000 00

7 , 0 0 0 00

1 8 0 , 0 0 0 00

70,806 94

509

300,000 00

3 0 , 0 0 0 00

2 8 0 , 0 0 0 00

96,915 09

660

100,000 0 0

2 9 , 0 0 0 00

8 9 , 1 6 0 00

66,583 76

502

2 0 0 , 0 0 0 00

2 , 0 0 0 00

1 1 4 , 5 0 0 00

72,605 33

686

150,000 00

1 0 , 0 0 0 00

4

200,000 00

1038
735
497

1 0 4 , 6 7 0 00

51,500 28

4 4 , 1 5 5 34

1 5 9 , 6 0 5 00

126,011 72

2 0 2 , 0 2 0 00

101,026 02

1 8 1 , 5 0 0 00

161,813 34

2 0 0 , 0 0 0 00

1 7 , 2 9 1 89

1 7 9 , 6 0 6 00

33,710 29

2 0 0 , 0 0 0 00

5 , 0 0 0 00

179,635 00

61,908 09

1477

70,000 00

790 00

5 5 , 2 5 8 00

1385

7 5 , 0 0 0 00

3 , 5 0 0 00

4 5 , 0 0 0 00

5,608 97

780

• 5 0 0 , 0 0 0 00

7 5 , 0 0 0 00

4 4 9 , 4 0 0 00

225,417 17

791

400,000 00

6; 302 1 1

2 5 0 , 0 0 0 00

84,850 00

250

300,000 00

4 , 8 8 2 48

1 7 7 , 0 0 0 00

54,573 51

450

1 1 0 , 0 0 0 00

4,000 00

99,000 00

33,113 34

394

3 0 0 , 0 0 0 00

8 , 1 9 1 67

2 5 4 , 5 0 0 00

32,416 47

1494

205,000 00

4 1 , 0 0 0 00

184,475 00

84,841 74

1614

100,000 00

1 0 , 6 5 0 00

6 9 , 3 0 0 00

19,540 40

24,584,220 00

2 , 8 9 6 , 7 3 2 60

16,895, 608 00

12,256,897 03

71

75,000 00

4 , 9 0 9 34

6 6 , 4 8 4 00

6,718 64

1531

1 2 5 , 0 0 0 00

5 , 0 3 2 42

8 0 , 6 1 5 00

153,172 55

Total.
New

$52,522 94

.

19,365 29

York.

Adams, First
...
Adams, Hungerford
.
Albion, First
Albion, Orleans Co
Amenia, First
Andes, First
Angelica, First
Auburn, First
Auburn, Auburn City
Auburn, Cayuga Co
Auburn
Auburn, Nat'l Exchange....
Aurora, First
Amsterdam, First
Amsterdam, Farmers'
Baldwinsville, First
Batavia, First
Batavia, Nat'l Bank of Genesee
Bath, First
BInghampton, First
Binghampton City
BInghampton, Nat. Broome
Co




166

1 0 0 , 0 0 0 00

2 , 0 0 0 00

8 9 , 9 6 2 00

184,808 55

1509

1 0 0 , 0 0 0 00

1 5 , 9 3 8 06

8 4 , 5 4 0 00

191,209 80

706

1 0 0 , 0 0 0 00

11,219 92

9 0 , 0 0 0 00

62,487 57

302

6 0 , 0 0 0 00

1 , 1 6 6 75

5 1 , 8 2 8 00

11,906 03

564

1 0 0 , 0 0 0 00

2 , 1 2 9 90

8 9 , 5 0 0 00

41, "607 89

231

1 0 0 , 0 0 0 00

2 , 0 0 0 00

9 0 , 0 0 0 00

184,737 41

1285

2 0 0 , 0 0 0 00

2 , 5 8 4 77

1 4 1 , 3 0 0 0C

132,892 36

1345

2 5 0 , 0 0 0 00

4 , 0 0 0 00

1 7 5 , 5 0 0 0C

344,284 57

1350

2 0 0 , 0 0 0 00

4 , 8 6 6 78

2 0 0 , 0 0 0 00

1 , 6 0 0 00

1 3 7 , 8 0 0 0C
9 9 , 9 5 0 0C1

299,627 26

1351
412

1 0 0 , 0 0 0 00

3 , 0 0 0 00

8 4 , 8 4 0 0C1

35,359 22

1307

1 2 5 , 0 0 0 00

1 8 , 0 0 0 00

8 5 , 1 9 0 0C>

121,744 81

1335

2 0 0 , 0 0 0 00

5 1 , 3 9 1 46

6 6 , 0 0 0 0C>

205,328 23

292

1 4 0 , 0 0 0 00

4 , 0 0 0 0C

1 2 6 , 0 0 0 0C1

53,368 64

340

7 5 , 0 0 0 00

1 , 2 7 3 33

6 7 , 5 0 0 0C>

87,277 71

1074

1 1 4 , 4 0 0 0C
1 0 0 , 0 0 0 0C

2 1 , 2 2 4 32

9 8 , 1 6 2 0C>
88,004 O )
C

141,219 82

165

9 , 1 5 7 61

159,756 68

199,913 33

202

2 0 0 , 0 0 0 0C

8 , 0 0 0 0C)

1189

2 0 0 , 0 0 0 0C

4 0 , 0 0 0 0C»

1 7 9 , 2 2 5 0()
1 5 7 , 0 0 0 0()

160,698 20

1513

100 000 OC

2 0 , 0 0 0 OCI

7 9 , 7 1 5 <K)

123,525 19

129,027,20

77

REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

on the morning of the first

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$2,434 93

4 , 4 7 5 38

$ 2 , 9 3 0 00

9 , 3 4 2 43

164,576 45
3 6 1 , 6 2 1 05

4 , 5 3 4 39

1 , 5 1 9 43
11,028 79

$348,514 00

$ 4 , 4 5 6 91]

485,264 8 1

7 , 0 8 6 65

10,882 16

7 , 4 7 8 00

789,289 39

3 , 1 4 0 17

$ 4 8 , 9 0 1 14 .

1 5 , 0 2 0 32
12,410 8 2

8, OH 00

308,371 75

3 , 9 9 1 43

4 2 2 , 4 8 2 86

9 , 0 7 7 73

24,299 80
319 4 2

1 3 , 4 2 6 28|

7 , 0 1 5 00

340,922 4 1
597,187 29:

1 8 , 5 6 0 08

12,052 85

2 0 , 7 1 8 46

673 39

7 , 4 2 0 00

675,171 21

9 , 1 8 8 44

3 6 , 8 0 2 30 .

5 , 7 0 0 00

445,496 62

4 , 6 8 7 00

1 5 6 , 7 5 1 84

3 , 5 3 5 18

25,007 4 1 .

2 , 7 6 4 02

1,489 51

4,224 20

4 5 , 0 0 0 09

10,611 86

29,705 3 1

2 , 8 9 1 42

1 , 9 2 7 24

4 , 6 3 0 00

141,579 92

3 3 , 3 2 4 63

8,202 00

1,346,955 75

8 , 2 1 5 63

1 3 , 4 9 2 00

8,022 36

7 9 5 , 4 5 6 47
562,196 07

1 0 , 8 7 0 36

14,869 72
5 , 8 3 5 09

493,162 3 5

1 5 , 3 1 2 65
2 , 0 8 3 48

4 , 5 6 8 07

261,811 65'

1 , 8 5 0 86
3 0 , 3 8 3 51

7,755 00

6 , 0 0 9 00

639,255 6 5

1 4 , 2 3 0 00

569,990 32

25,446 22

$ 5 7 , 6 7 5 88

5 , 4 4 5 49

3 , 2 4 2 60
737,016 20

9 , 5 5 1 87
379 8 0

187 49

1 4 , 4 0 0 00

2 1 7 , 7 0 0 29

1 , 5 4 0 , 9 9 0 14

855,304 00

6 2 , 5 3 2 , 9 0 0 13

2 , 3 9 2 , 1 5 7 13

3 1 6 , 2 9 9 15|

155,392 68

2; 280 70
7 , 4 6 7 10

920 09
316 28

1 , 4 0 0 15
2,757 25

3 , 6 6 5 12

394,570 16
442,150 94

9,499 45

830 23

54,164 51 .

2 2 , 3 6 3 00
1 1 , 8 9 5 00

410,835 46
285,047 84

1 4 , 5 1 7 46

127,404 35

2.503 57
4,266 41

237,504 20

9.504 72

582 46

44,544 60 .

431,369 19

1 6 , 3 7 6 50

569 63

2 1 , 5 5 2 13

1 9 , 7 0 0 00

534,975 39

12,237 16

2 , 1 1 9 60

2 8 , 4 5 5 42

2 3 , 5 0 0 00

840,096 75

1 1 1 , 8 1 7 83

3 3 , 9 0 1 00

2 0 , 6 2 6 07

4 5 , 5 5 8 00

3 , 2 1 9 93
1 , 8 7 4 10

116 0 5

1,026 86
6 , 1 7 3 33

1 9 , 3 8 9 49

410 89
4 6 , 9 1 1 37

5,722 20
19,347 95

8 , 5 5 2 70
3 8 , 4 9 9 03

383,208 43

3 2 , 2 9 0 00

580,572 5 1
343,127 48
283,910 32
442,273 87

21 52

396,832 60

4,001 68

1 9 , 9 3 5 67

573, 736 9 1

18,694 98

2 9 0 70




1 7 , 7 7 1 00

5 , 2 9 1 19

656 7 2

34,513 82 .

230,916 28

6,690 20

9 , 7 8 0 43

791,232 80
529,480 9 0

2 , 0 2 9 42

15,804 5 1

24,778 00

608,696 2 0

8 , 5 8 6 07
2 , 1 2 7 99

1 , 0 9 8 68

9 , 8 4 3 91

20,086 00

3 5 6 , 3 9 6 TJ

78

REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY. *
Reports of the condition of the National

Banking

Associations

RESOURCES.

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New

York.

National Bank of—
382
Brockport, First
658
Brooklyn, Nassau
923
Brooklyn, First
Brooklyn, Farmers & Cit1223
izens*
1543
Brooklyn, Nat'l City
1491
Brooklyn, Atlantic
235
Buffalo, First
Buffalo, Farmers St, MechV. 453
850
Buffalo, Third
Ballston Spa, Ballston Spa. 1253
954
Ballston Spa, First
259
Canandaigua, F i r s t . . .
353
Candor, First
842
Castleton
316
Champlain, First
179
Chittenango, F i r s t . . .
304
Clyde, First
461
Cobletskill, First
280
Cooperstown, F i r s t . . .
223
Cooperstown, Second
Cooperstown, Worthington 420
226
Courtland, First
Canajoharie, Canqjoharie.. 1122
Canajoharie, N a t Spraker 1257
Cherry Valley,Nat Central 1136
976
Carmel, Putnam Co
1143
Cuba, Cuba
1198
Catskill, Tanners'
1294
Cat skill, Catskill
1271
Cazenovia .
1347
Cohoeg
,
1349
Chester, Chester
1398
Coxsackie
1525
Canastota, Canastota..
75
Dansville, First
94
Delhi, First
1323
Delhi, Delaware
472
Deposit, Deposit
822
Dover, Dover Plains..,
45
EUenville, First
119
Elmira, First
149
Elmira, Second
Elmira, Chemung Canal... 8 1 1
Elmira,Nat B'k of Chemung 1391
35
Fishkill Landing, First.
Fishkill
971
Franklin, First
282
F o r t Plain, N a t Fort Plain. 467
Fredonla, Fredonia
-841




$ 6 4 , 9 6 6 01

$59 48

9 1 0 , 7 9 2 39

542 00

$4,500 00

$753 5 1

2 3 , 0 0 0 00

7 2 0 , 3 1 2 60

!, 500 00

3,138 43
4 , 5 1 5 54
1 0 , 2 0 1 78

800 00

1 , 0 3 3 , 7 8 1 07

1 , 3 0 8 00

26,082 42

1 , 0 7 2 , 4 2 5 54

3 7 12

20,100 26
25,000 00

6 , 6 6 8 94

2 15

608,345 77

2 , 3 9 6 24

28,000 00

5 , 8 9 1 12

3 , 8 0 9 16

1 , 0 3 7 , 9 7 4 98

4 , 9 5 7 79

632,485 35

4 , 8 9 0 78

6 , 2 4 3 43

6 , 0 4 3 98

1 2 2 , 0 1 1 33

653 93

3,000 00

2 2 9 , 8 5 8 53

891 39

2 , 6 5 2 42

5 5 , 9 9 7 65

3 , 0 6 9 28

2 , 3 2 2 77

1 , 4 2 7 , 5 3 0 61

4 27

1,000 00

1 4 8 , 9 6 1 21

104,071 81

1 , 2 3 5 41

1,268 00

826 75

5 , 5 0 1 25

5 , 4 6 3 42

1 8 0 , 5 2 2 77

6 , 8 7 0 41
386 24

1 3 4 , 1 7 6 84
69,408 51

2 , 6 2 5 29
552 53

1 0 2 , 8 1 1 27

989 57

1 4 4 , 2 8 0 47

804 34

386,340 23

7 , 9 4 5 90

6 1 , 0 7 8 57

218 42

1 0 8 , 7 5 7 06

554 05

5 , 8 0 8 77

145,054 94

8 7 83

5 , 0 0 0 00

1 , 2 4 5 20

1 1 4 , 0 7 0 59

2 2 0 69

4 , 5 0 0 00

1 , 3 4 3 67

1 7 8 , 9 6 7 12

214 43

23,017 40

2 , 6 1 9 75

1 4 3 , 5 2 2 08

553 93

1 , 0 7 1 35

6,000 00

4,844 95

3 7 00

787 26

21 20
12 18
880 00

714 7 5

1,000 00

9 9 , 3 7 0 27

209 03

11,647 82

3 , 6 2 9 82

1 8 1 , 6 2 7 81

2 , 9 0 1 68

5 , 5 0 0 00

367 10

100,849 4 3 6 3 , 1 9 2 87

1 5 , 3 3 5 64

1,808 10

2 , 3 7 3 52

1 2 , 2 0 2 57

1 , 2 1 1 47

7 , 1 7 5 63

4 , 0 0 0 00

1 , 4 3 7 07

120,536 45

4 0 51

2 6 6 , 5 3 5 18

1 , 3 6 5 95

1 0 0 , 0 4 7 94
87,923 95

373 36

112,376 07
7 0 , 9 8 1 34

3 , 0 0 0 00

1,897 01
1 , 2 7 7 35

4 , 5 6 7 68

1 , 4 8 0 07

2 5 71

4,134 76

878 03

303 19

9,470 00

1 , 1 5 0 74

5 0 , 3 4 1 44
7 7 , 5 9 2 85

12,000 00

3 , 2 7 7 96

3 , 5 2 7 73

4 8 , 7 2 8 72
3 9 , 9 5 7 77

425 4 5

219,455 06

82 18

1 3 5 , 4 5 6 38

2 , 3 6 1 87

6,034 92

3 2 5 , 7 1 2 99

2 , 4 7 7 91

9 , 0 0 0 00

2 , 6 8 3 39

2 8 1 , 0 6 9 48

1 , 5 9 0 00

1 1 5 , 3 0 2 98

7 , 4 1 7 87
1 , 3 9 1 33

8,000 00

2 , 4 2 0 40

7 , 0 0 0 00

5 , 7 1 2 95

137,466 86
2 5 7 , 7 9 3 78

3 . 0 4 9 80

6 4 , 3 2 0 67

3 , 1 6 1 35

1,500 00

3 1 0 , 7 3 5 10
;

1 , 1 9 2 03

124 05

1 4 2 , 4 9 1 73

1,102 16

770 37

8,000 00

1 . 0 5 0 29
168 5 2

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

79

on the morning of the first Monday of October, 1866—-Continued.
RESOURCES.

•o £

•a i -3
« o3
~ 3 .2
a 2
c ® 5

$1,180 65 $50,000
167,000
408,000

"
C
i g
M

s g
a«
| § j
^ ~
o

$250
230,200
66,500

20,600

111,000

100,000

204,500

135,700
85,700
250
5,050
50,100
500
13,300
50
51,250

253,000
65,000
101,000
76,500
47,700
105,900
100,000

51 23
3,645 79

150,000

8 , 6 8 2 00

192 69
897 80

50,000

10, 050

100,000

8,366
12,074 32

900
* 85,000
64,850
150
50,200

100,000
146,000
53,000
127,000
106,000
85,000
212,000

6,599 50
4,737 68
12,110 41

100,000
75,000
142,500
124,900
122,300
100,900
127,000
46,000

95 53

100,000
50,000
101,000
140,000
126,000
106,000
203,000

13,873 41
31,598 54
8,762 21
27,719 61

110,000
220,000
100,000
100,000
110,000
205,000
100,000

1, 710 22
1,388 55



208,500
52,000

16,150
313

129,900

192,500

4,060 12
9,523 56
181 50

& «
X! 1

5
§

864

285,500
111,000

I

14,716
36,286
23,903
1,289
487
1,112
3,184
793
1,294
3,609
3,972
2,270
2.367
15,425
27,794

$51 76 $14,000 00
698 00 86,100 00 $44,000 00
1,739 16 315,109 00 489,845 94
1,653 50
1,000 00
3,041 00
460 55
13,725 54
111 00

1,225 00
3,446 33

626

1,792
11,000
766
98
5,500 3.368
600
2,025
5,000
834
700 1,073
1,981
5,830
3,300 1,438
32,200 1,495
4,
4,539
10,300 5,937
27,000 2,930
526
5,000
741
31,200
180
50,000 11,355
4,520
101,100
105,500 4,265
3,000 69,700
1,841
51,250 2,070
2,571
8,000
10
20,500
16,439
2,388
1,000

71 50
100 00

25
402
50
500

49
16
00
00

2,000 11

362 88
1,139 62
1,104 50
2,840 06
50 00
35 00
152 96
2,124 77
4,074 53
170 00
412 99
915 71
222 87
800 00

191 75
393 00
99 36
.111 00

102,960 00 64,761 821,784,194 27
96,250 00 106,153 85 1,656,176 67
58.265 00
1,931,444 15
59,894 00 4,000-00 1,052,170 36
1,700,905 57
189,238 47
1,143,173 29
90,936 24
19,225 00 50,000 00 335,830 26
298,215 73
23,060 00
51,136 00 9,500 00 751,223 00
131,431 06
13,765 00
250,652 61
6,100 6-2
339,264 67
25,810 00
394,605 35
40,083 40
170,843 75
13,065 00
15,197 50 18,750 00 260,581 91
419,150 30
30,600 00
828,384 10
31,140 00
147,678 42
30,050 00
30,063 09 8,000 00 362.065 00
40,700 56 19,984 00 361,585 08
15.266 00 30,000 00 273,672 02
52,566 00 80,217 29 569,733 02
283,659 20
17,805 27
13,822 80 56,780 00 292,542 64
25,929 00 40,137 51 535,566 49
31,083 15 14,137 52 391,152 07
26,485 00 47,537 63 413,584 48
21,204 23 43,.000 00 499,937 65
19,527 05 58,850 00 395,323 10
12,185 38 52,000 00 225,282 61
25, 777 43 50,000 00 311,802 41
208,825 14
30,778 00
211,416 45
12,797 00
17,667 00 104,000 00 324,955 55
21,479 46 55,088 12 309,498 75
15,190 15 34,500 00 266,116 61
25,673 43
579.066 26
32,312 00
494,065 17
51,652 47
t, 003,445 38
46,700 00
649,236 75
32,660 00 25,000 00 335,361 00
18,712 29,
407,099 69
39,217 96 65,000 00 625,763 31
20,821 71
224,208 39
58,932 00
678,099 28
24,929 85
237,625 33

80

REPORT OP T H E COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY. *
Reports of the condition of the National

Banking Associations

$50,000 00
300,000 00
500,000 00

$2,000 00
54,941 71
72,879 64

$44,200 00
117,000 00
307,328 00

$50,061 70
1,068,195 48
1,273,360 50

1233
1543
1491
235
453
850
1253
954
259
353
842
310
179
304
461
280
223
420
226
1122
1257
1136
976
1143
Catskill, Tanners'
1198
Catskill, Catskill
1294
Cazenovia
1271
Cohoee
1347
Chester, Chester
1349
Coxsackie
. 1398
Canastota, Canastota
1525
Dansville, First
1
75
Delhi, First
94
Delhi, Delaware
1323
Deposit, Deposit
472
Dover, Dover Plains
822
45
Ellenville, First
119
Elmira, First
149
Elmira, Second
811
Elmira, Chemung Canal
Elmira, N a t B ' k of Chemung. 1391
Fishkill Landing, First
35
Fishkill
971
Franklin, First
282
Fort Plain, Nat. Fort P l a i n . . 467
Fredonia, Fredonia.
841

300,000 00
300,000 00
500,000 00
100,000 00
200,000 00
250,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
75,000 00
. 50,000 00
100,000 00
150,000 00
150,000 00
50,000 00
100,000 00
200,000 00
300,000 00
50,000 00
125,000 00
125,000 00
100,000 00
200,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
150,000 00
149,991 00
150,000 00
100,000 00
125,500 00
112,000 00
110,000 00
50,000 00
100,000 00
150,000 00
125,000 00
100,000 00
200,000 00
100,000 00
200,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
200,000 00
100,000 00
200,000 00
50,000 00

32,885 51
75,000 00
56,210 76
100,000 00
18,000 00
10,000 00
2,000 00
2,254 57
11,365 04
1,103 00
3,500 00
5,917 79
2,357 06
5, 078 78
8,000 00
10,000 00
39,715 81
3,939 79
14,093 34
12,000 00
1,500 00
15,000 00
2,000 00
2,000 00
41, 457 02

234,279 00
99,900 00
165,000 00
99,370 00
180,000 00
225,000 00
57,000 00
90,000 00
67,400 00
42,130 00
90,000 00
88,628 00
134,625 00
43,965 00
89,845 00
89,867 00
129,000 00
44,970 00
111,927 00
83,100 00
60,600 00
169,745 00
87,450 00
57,000 00
127,655 00
103,495 00
101,860 00
73,305 00
92,930 00
41,400 00
90,000 00
44,925 00
87,425 00
115,460 00
103,283 00
89,935 00
179,835 00
98,500 00
192,345 00
90,000 00
90,000 00
99,000 00
172,700 00
89,870 00
180,000 00
45,000 00

1,175,845 83
978,835 99
1,120,706 98
475,406 56
926,527 65
374,145 43
120,518 98
100,820 25
504,261 07
32,173 77
48,441 76
79,049 21
61,718 72
54,836 76
57,411 61
51,451 41
308,885 59
45,524 88
87,378 93
104,595 76
79,548 69
155,558 67
89,462 04
71,300 00
168,002 66
87,631 84
123,616 51
227,112 99
95,947 05
56,554 35
79,601 81
104,642 76
16,855 84
21,009 36
37,505 94
37,257 86
102,214 93
201,981 82
371,357 27
419,661 95
119,743 30
129,874 01
147,201 44
29,121 49
215,712 18
112,82127

4
1
5
J*

Individual deposits.

Capital stock paid In.

382
658
923

T I T L E OF B A N K .

Notes In circulation.

Office number.

LIABILITIES.

New York,
National Bank of—
Brockport, First
Brooklyn, Nassau
Brooklyn, First
Brooklyn, Farmers and CitBrooklyn, Nat'l City
Brooklyn, Atlantic. - . * ,
Buffalo, First
Buffalo, Farmers & Mech's'..
Buffalo, Third
Ballston Spa, Ballston Spa...
Ballston Spa, First
Canandaigua, First
Candor, First
Castleton
Champlain, First
Chittenango, First
Clyde, First
Cobleskill, First
Cooperstown, First
Cooperstown, Second
Cooperstown, Worthington..
Courtland, First
Canajoharie, Canajoharie
Canajoharie, Nat'l Spraker..
Cherry Valley, Nat'l Central.
Cannel, Putnam Co




9,259 83
50,000 00
30,000 00
1,200 00
7,100 00
4,938 19
2,600 00
2,367 04
16,500 00
17,061 86
22,000 00
50,000 00
50,000 00
8,000
14,000
40,000
2,424
10,000
4,800

00
00
00
96
00
00

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
on the morning of the first

Monday of October, 1866—-Continued.

$260,368 44

$18,887 26
25,890 23
i
1,221 36
14, 688 58
8,134 29
1,196 04
176,391 44
9, 680 50
16,487 21
2, 012 61
2,751 95
4,190 55
304 01
6,333 25
5,627 10
3,254 90
3,497 75
3,610 79
7,732 18

136,973 31
108,541 42
123,586 31
86,859 82

78,973 64

22,167 23

50,838 18
22,578 39
21,738 69

1,452
9,960
10,785
6,679

96
59
46
55

$17,827 70
3,756 22
1,875 30
13,003 33
143,527 19
53, 455 07
150,837 99
790 54
246 59

1,854 82
4,559 30

4,111 74
50 00
548 02

13,559 83
30,892 24
61,474 51

26,571 33




25,566 70

2,989 46
550 71

*

14,195 48
29,575 11
17,464 75
6,603 02
26,052 41
17,032 08

348 14

52 61
12,814 91
38,303 70
6, 788 88
108,241 83
12,172 63
6,606 58
24,622 56
45,596 99,

5,838 09

679 79

1,425 13
5,794 13
627 62
3,449 17

3,920 52
11.863 46

$2,208 39
15,130 4fi
50,967 02
18,888 35
22,044 49
* 26,848 79
24,129 15
22,945 10
36,649 55
9,576 07
2,337 76
11,224 71
1,833 74
8,406 84
9,336 42
16,255 42
9,149 01
1,827 55
13,379 92
16,360 39
3,193 75
474 08
11,060 71
6,402 87
11,984 80
4,747 16
6,880 46
8,173 70
22,198 48
3,386 33
10,781 25
15,796 97
3,763 26
6,013 00
3,768 48
4,535 61
12,513 15
8,789 20
5,019 18
23,152 80
4,477 10
14,232 64
26,774 55
2,311 12
9,582 62
7,264 88
2,791 94 .
68,466 58 .
7,302 56.

State bank circulation
outstanding.

Profits.

Due to other banks.

Due to National Banks.

United States deposits.

Deposits of U. States
disbursing officers.

LIABILITIES.

$10,428 00
34,662 00
17,318 00
26,859 00
41,540 00

30,248 00

15,320 00
14,835 00
10,765 00
15,600
10,703
10,371
18,179
12,686
18,117
10,365
15,750

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

23,606 00
18,368 00
4,028 00

8,700 00
13,000 00

81

82

REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY. *
Reports of the condition of the National

Banking Associations

RESOURCES.

B t

T I T L E OF B A N K .

New

York.

National Bank of—
265
Friendship, First
968
Fulton, First
1178
'Fulton, Citizens'
1110
Fayetteville
Fonda, Nat. Mohawk River, 1212
1218
Fort Edward
Fort Edward, Farmers' . . . 1348
Geneseo, Genesee Valley .. 886
167
Geneva, First
949
Geneva, Geneva
334
Greenport, First
980
•Glen's Fulls, First
Glen's Falls, Glen's Falls.. 1293
Greenwich, Washington Co, 1266
1083
(Groton, First
Goshen, Orange County... 1399
1408
Goshen, Goahen
1474
Gloversville, Fulton Co
301
Havana, First
343
Havana, Second
193
Hobart, f i r s t
262
Ilornellsville, First
396
Hudson, First
-990
Hudson, Farmers'
1091
Hudson, Hudson River
1334
Hamilton, Hamilton....
222
Ithaca, First
.
1
Ithaca, Merch'ts & Farmers 729
Ithaca, Tompkins County. 1561
548
Jamestown, First
938
Jamestown, Second
, Jamestown,ChautauquaCo. 1563
Kinderliook, Nat. Union... 929
1026
Kinderbook
451
Kingston, First.
, Kingston, State of N. Y . . . . 955
Kingston, Ulster County... 1050
1149
Kingston, Kingston . . . .
217
.LeonavdhVille, First
211
. Lockport, First
639
Lockport, Niagara Co..
.Lockport, Nat.Exchange.. 1039
937
Leroy, First
348
.Lowville, First
1027
.Lyons, Lyons
Little Falls, Herkimer Co.. 1344
1426
.Lfmsingburgh
Lansingburgh, Exchange.. 1534
598
JMulone, Farmers*
914
JJalone




$1,076 63

$43,692 32
153,118 77 $1,023 52

$1,618 54

$190 87

600 00

3,108 34

3,795 65

2 , 1 6 0 42

526 29

5, 000 00

3,574 93

3 , 9 4 2 50

110,130 27

5 , 0 0 0 00

822 50

169,985 78

4 , 4 0 0 00

219,168 40

1,510 33

190,728 57

1,537 04

2,000 00

182,519 59

691 00

12,780 20

2,510 57

189,746 05

920 98

5,705 5C

1,162 57

146 81

112,628 24

943 77

7 , 3 2 7 78

2,161 06

1,854 25

322,659 88

1,309 33

15,000 00

5 , 0 9 5 76

30,292 32

1 , 3 1 0 15

2 , 5 7 2 75

171,924 30

1, 039 20

192,099 02

2 , 4 6 0 08

12,000 00
12,000 00

243,397 84

2 , 7 3 6 56

12, 543 24

170, 851 85

78 13

117,911 06

143 20

225,351 74

454 91

3 , 0 0 0 00

3,874 36

380 21

1,185 29

116,216 45

823 85

1,042
1 , 2 1 1 83

2,000 00

235,890 17
77,466 07

1,264 98

3 , 6 1 6 35

67 30

894 16

1,358 23

173,494 35

2 , 4 0 6 74

1 , 1 0 5 00

3,590 19 12,500 00

348,649 46

620 91

7 , 0 0 0 00

25,00

337,854 31

1,120 00

5 , 0 0 0 00

86,379 47

68,188 68

1,453 95

132,621 39

4 , 7 2 9 40

500 00

330 67

207,284 01

4 , 0 9 2 39

725 00

1,212 63

2 , 7 0 0 00

66,660 69

2,434 48
3, 629 28

1 , 9 9 1 81

362,325 62

1,680 72

7 , 5 0 0 00

244,033 94

1,644 02

3 , 0 0 0 00

87,019 91

290 44

1 , 9 2 7 33

211,879 43

1,583 77

4 , 8 0 0 05

975 00

317,789 98

931 30

7 , 0 0 0 00

1,393 58

274,869 50

203 21

7 , 5 0 0 00

1,348 75

3 , 5 7 5 10

69,782 60

206 31

132,260 75

374 87

10,250 00

1 , 5 6 9 33

4,794 95

215,979 44

55 19

5 , 0 0 0 00

5 , 0 3 8 34

1,000 00

112,204 69

292 28

13,080 00

454 55

56,870 02

770 73

3 , 4 0 3 11

17,028 44

190,214 62

769 72

597 06

1,100 02
1 , 2 1 6 52

201,087 63

940 73

7 , 1 4 8 77

213,930 83

228 94

11,010 57

184,127 44

55 03

3, 000 CO

44,218 88

627 57

193,358 45

623 13

331,105 78

3 , 5 5 0 48

3 , 1 0 4 55
44 18

5 , 5 0 0 00

1 , 7 4 6 70

183,129 46

16,239 00

372 43

166,651 27

3 , 0 0 0 00

497 77

170,228 17

125 68

231,927 53

235 751

1,918 70

1 , 0 4 1 75

4, 541 25

11,504 04

2, 779 55

3 , 7 2 6 54

R E P O R T OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

on the morning of the first Monday of October, 1866—-Continued.
RESOURCES.
®

fl 5
3
M t

zs •
3 * §
c £
o
•s c "3
o C,
ii « Jz
C
PJ f «

£ |

i ta

m tp
-s a

11
sw
• o»
Z ou
>
5 r 5!
O
C

$83,000
86,000

$18,000

$1,002 89
279

166,100

1,000

315 50

115,000

250

2 , 2 2 1 63

80,000

64 30

821 12
3 , 6 7 2 04
346 39

191,000
85,000
150,000
56,000
174,000
86,000
136,000
80, 000

100

$521

$15,116 00

m !
6,57£>
3,137 '
5,058

$40 41
'

10, 887 00

300 00
616 58

15,124 62 $15,700 00
33,452 10
3,450 00
12,519 00 26,100 00

1

12,350

3,742

925 00

29,700 00

43,866 73

1,400

5,119

113 06

23,500 00

44,667 00

2,350

8,594

186 04

35,100 00

16,900

1,200

24,700*41

1,106

11, 182

146 24

11,750 00

69,531 30

84,601 83

48,500

432

92 82

15,684 55

50,000

5,822

25,740 00

33,400 00

1,100

10,332

131 00
813 87

38,229 78

94,080 00

1,399 00

21,216 00

33,830 84

120,000
100,000
178,38
329 07

50

218

14.899 63

100,000
100,000

542 19

3,150
33,550

6,486

2,650

3,001

565 02
19,588 50
655 54 > 18,306 70

105,000
50,000
55,000
101,000
51,000

66,000

4,351

50,000

2,956

4,600

753

30 00

7,953 60

700,

530

713 10

13,171 00

22 00

24,847 63

1,132

42 17

40,176 12

46,000 00
•53,000 00
38,660 00

15,115 87
785 00

1,190 03

4,184 45

4,203

50,000

7,035

238,000
252,000
55,000

23,200

141 64

41.900 00

39,000 00

3,800

10,287
7,620

235 00

39,000 00

47,500 00

1,900

2,837

2,555 00

56,810 27

50,200 00

200,000

1,159 06

9,950

200,000

34,000

232 37

60,944 90

50,000
103,000
155,000

3,282
2,060

142 13

21,339 00

8,550

2,896

29,274 70

45,068 00

50,000

3,283

. 1,300 00

21,228 51

23,762 80

34,919 33

3,868 69
3,348 29
325 18
5,534 19
1,909 20
1,384

23

537 67
34,812 77
5 , 3 3 2 24




100,000
100, 000

500

270

37 20

24,454 29

50

1,371

37,248 00

400

541

2 , 2 3 1 00
700 41

50,534 35

207,000
225,000

6,150 20

39,193 00

20,100 00

529 94

2 9 , 0 . 0 00

206,000
126,000

185,000

1,190
3,022

34,345 05

173 56

25,213 30

20,000

428

1,279 17

36,898 00

17,000 00

136,000
150,000
50,500
222,500
150,000
156,000
150,000
40,000
104, 000
182,000
155,000

" 1,850

3,123
4,814

5,089 20

12,561 95

25,000 00

850 00

35,580 45

630

90 00

10,965 00

72,200]

740

187 47

45,457 76

1,200

7,123

2 , 1 2 5 00

45,667 94

16,173 54

2.000

1,575

32

18,208 24

23,644 77

253

97 41

68,600j
2,100j

1,957

7 1 09

33,440 00
89,391 00

82,690 50

3,853

927 25

145. 677 79

71,050 00

899

20,000

102,000

102,000
135,500

30,615 00
10,537 57

1,336

98 95

21,351 00

5,910 48

2,177

100
62,950

1,649

38", 488 00

5,113
386 00

32,528 80 17,396 00

83

84

REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY. *
Reports of the condition of the National

Banking Associations

New

a

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Notes in circulation.

Capital stock paid in.

T I T L E OF B A N K .

Office naraber.

LIABILITIES.

*

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York.

National Bank of—
Friendship, First
265
Fulton, First
968
Fulton, Citizens'
1178
1110
Fayetteville
Fonda, Nat. Mohawk River.. 1212
Fort Edward
1218'
Fort Edward, Farmers'
1348
886
Geneseo, Genesee Valley
• 167
Geneva, First
949
Geneva, Geneva
334
Greenport, First
980
Glen's Falls, First
1293
Glen's Falls, Glen's Falls
Greenwich, Washington Co.. 1266
1083
Groton, First
Goshen, Orange County
1399
Goshen, Goshen . . . . .
1408
Gloversville, Fulton Co
1474
Havana, First . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 301
Havana, Second
343
193
Hobart, Firat
262
Hornellsville, First
Hudson, First
396
Hudson, Farmers*
990
1091
Hudson, Hudson River
Hamilton, Hamilton
1334
Ithaca, First
222
Ithaca, Merchants & Farmers* 729
Ithaca, Tompkins County... 1561
Jamestown, First
548
Jamestown, Second
938
Jamestown, Chautauqua Co. 1563
Kinderhook, Nat. Union
929
Kinderliook
1026
Kingston, First
451
Kingston, State of N. Y
955
Kingston, Ulster County
1050
1149
Kingston, Kingston
217
Leonardsville, First
211
Lockport, First
639
Lockport, Niagara Co
1039
Lockport, N a t Exchange
937
Leroy, First
348
Lowville, First
1027
Lyons, Lyons
1344
Little Falls, Herkimer Co
1426
Lansingburg
Lansingburg, Exchange..... 1534
Halone, Farmers'
598
914




$75,000 00
115,000 00
166,100 00
140,000 00
100,000 00
200. 000 00
170,000 00
150,000 00
50,000 00
200,000 00
75,000 00
136,400 00
112,000 00
200,000 00
100, 000 00
110,000 00
110,000 00
150,000 00
50,000 00
55,000 00
100,000 00
50,000 00
200,000 00
300,000 00
250,000 00
110,000 00
200,000 00
50,000 00
250,000 00
153,300 00
100, 000 00
100,000 00
200,000 00
250,000 00
200,000 00
125,000 00
150.000 00
150,000 00
50,000 00
200,000 00
150,000 00
150,000 00
150,000 00
50,000 00
100,000 00
200,000 00
150,000 00
100,000 00
150,000 00
200,000 00

$2,300 00
. 2,290 95
9,000 00
1,600 00
2,199 23
6,125 44
3,000 00
15,401 69
1,200 00
80,000 00
2,672 53
40,577 46
55,257 78
4,000 00
3,000 00
11,000 00
30,000 00
1,249 35
1,798 05
5,896 59
12,466 58
2,611 13
50,000 00
22,000 00
20,000 00
6,124 16
1,000 00
10,000 00
3,000 00
20,000 00
40,000 00
25,000 00
16,000 00
8,960 71
29,485 85
17,501 24
6,000 00
7,400 00
8,000 00
5,000 00
14,112 07
1,004 93
2,024 48
40,000 00
30,000 00
2,230 47
2,400 00

§67,470 00
76,900 00
149,480 00
86,920 00
69,500 00
151,000 00
66,400 00
131,890 00
50,000 00
150,455 00
73, 888 00
104,139 00
71,500 00
88,750 00
87,000 00
78,230 00
82,900 00
93,500 00
45,000 00
49,435 00
87,110 00
44,848 00
177,000 00
208,861 00
200,500 00
34,800 00
180,000 00
44,997 00
83,840 00
137,970 00
85,000 00
74,925 00
172,563 00
182,312 00
179,645 00
103,450 00
112,770 00
133,389 00
44,905 00
199, 605 00
131,000 00
116,385 00
134,925 00
34,750 00
90,000 00
140,000 00
109,849 00
90,000 00
88,626 00
120,475 00|

113,735 04
69,153 87
95,689 62
119,212 07
82,137 20
126,147 11
90,529 97
98,913 20
152,340 69
230,906 32
54,817 44
194,020 22
278,256 29
143,698 03
43,591 07
188,503 21
112,138 68
152,517 10
218,992 57
60,402 34
21,093 40
72,193 45
118,347 93
231,136 31
188,335 27
129,462 29
168,199 03
58,904 44
206,766 91
186,259 84
43,523 48
201,452 35
154,276 50
9i, 315 56
50,264 50
104, 970 05
96,721 92
61,451 01
43,723 12
133, 803 45
145,322 30
114,495 24
96,472 46
18,312 87
153,460 83
408,065 25
496,133 88
109 401 14
111, 756 01
163,858 79

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
on the morning of the first Monday of October, 1866—-Continued.
LIABILITIES.

1
P5

$2,319
2,031 59
5,602 10
5 t 705 67
22,912
11,765
1,718
8,878
9,336
$20,692 46 .
$493 08

32,302 58 -

40,764 99 .

41,618 46

1,387 66

27,519 93 .

58
84
76
45
97
75
60
92
14
56

10,649 14
4,197 71
9,561 22
792 97
2,400 34
2,472 93
29,716 70
11,813 90
75,331 54
36,796 66
40,483 62
17,437 44
4,040
3,632
2,205
210
1,256
20,774
18,873

74
84
10
17
90
07
32

8,736 23
24,661 35 .




90
17
17
65

590 27
160 00
2,242 32

1,209 36
26,609 60
764 28
28,805
23,012
601
274
1,882
94
19
53,018
40,189
52.300

61,222 47
30,559 58 •

75
70
40
02
65

$252
2,042
8,364
1

801 64

.447
662 48

7,887 11
338 18

209 01
1,047 25
213 63

879 66
1,653 19
404 38
6,640 20

$3,908
8,427
16,056
10,468
4,194
9,611
9,068
4,362
6,887
15,440
8,856

79
46
71
38
89
28
45
13
85
66
10

13,799 54
6,022 70
28,578 21
27,641 28
12,978 49
53,872 20j..
7,610 02!..
8,132 6SL
6,047 04|..
19,955 94 L
26,989 501
38,882 45]
6,088 54
15,749 04 ..
1,457 341..
27,239 02;
11,777 1 s| _.
7,440 48...
23,788 37j
40,942 22
21.987 75
2,687 21'.,
4,691 71 j
3, 708 59,
21.988 61!
• 3,174 69]..
13,374
8,793 42!
51,602 571
8,064 17|..
1,918 0 2 . .
2,913 44 . .
41,173 67i
33,454 19
9,645 53,
6,550 26
5,901 68.

$15,700
9,363
16,027
11,955
21,667
8,946

00
00
00
00
00
00

26,962 00
13,048 00
9,974 00
20,858 00
21,270 O
O
18,955 00
28, 111 00

12,386 00
11,602 00

10,806 00
71,160 00

11,042 00
16,395 00
22,650 00
9,050 00
17,234 00
17,973 00

8,018 00
9,985 00

36,186 00
37,254 00
3,848 00
14,301 00

85

1050

REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY. *
Reports of the condition of the National

Banking

Associations

RESOURCES.

g£

T I T L E OP BANK.

New

York.

National Bank of—
Medina, First
229
Middletown, First
533
MIddletown Middletown.. 1276
Middletown, Walikill
1473
Moravia, First
99
Morrisville, First
245
Moliawk, Mohawk Valley . 1130
Mt. Morris,Genesee River.. 1416
Monticello, Nat'l Union . . . 1503
Newark, First
349
New Berlin, First
151
Newburgh, Newburgh
468
Newburgh, Highland
1106
Newburgh, Quassaick
1213
New Paltz, Huguenot
1186
Nyack, Rockland County.. 1286
North White Creek, Cambridge Valley
1275
Norwich
1354
Newport
1655
Oneida, First
519
Oneida, Oneida Valley
1090
Oswego, First
255
Oswego, Second
296
Oswego, Nat'l Marine
821
Oswego, Lake Ontario
1355
862
Owego, Tioga
Owego, First
1019
Owego, Nat'l Union
1311
Oxford, First
273
Palmyra, First
295
Pittsburgh, First
266
Plattsburgh, Second
321
Port Chester, First
402
Potsdam
868
Poughkeepsie, First
465
Poughkeepsie, Fallkill
659
Poughkeepnie, City
1305
Poughkeepsie, Poughk'sio. 1306
Poughkeepsie, Far's & M f rs' 1312
Poughkeepsie, Merchants'. 1330
Pawling
1269
Pine Plains, Stissing ,
981
Port Jervis
1363
Peekskill, Westchester Co. 1422
Pulaski, Pulaski
1496
Rochester, First
527
Rochester, Farm's &Mech's 1072
Rochester, Traders'
1104
Rochester, Flour City
1362




$77,763
87,715
179,979
257,748
88,029
99,872
184,586
101,035
110,958
49,140
46,055
578,203
618,083
474,934
90,986
169,979

$2,085 31

250 00
158 67
289 85
74 87
292
997
138
113

50
93
62
44

231,331 42
113,652 55.
S87
53,458 50 2,080 70
176, 629 05 1,979 53
134,668 27 . 374 61
280,225 80
661 75
270,520 11 1,875 90
296,898 65 18,970 86
407,255 80 4,898 63
131,510 13
159,668 40
701 02
147,440 75
r
91, 543 55,
131,024
184,210 88 1,231 59
262,812 57
124,850 84
10 17
. 169,207 43 7,807 46
242,280 24
94 45
449,041 69 4,370 23
300,482 24
270,971 26
419 13
634,416 20 2,029 06
367,532 62
470 00
139,327 80
81 16
78,297 42
278 12
174,242 43
194,315 05
263 70
62,360 63
401,066 51
803 88
180,538 28 1,104 36
372,839 54
360,679 93
804 98

$4,000
1,382
10,912
4,877
1,105
4,000
4,250

00
59
18
56
07
00
00

6,021 '82
4,449
4,000
500
17,000
10,948

85
00
00
00
68

10,000 00
5,750 00

800 00
6.600 00
7,000 00
4,000 00

1,000 00
2,130 16
2,642 75
75, 545 54
10,844
600 00
4,588 06
3,856 22
970 27
712 50
909 55

1,000 00
3,175 00
3,000 00
19,531 50

11,000 00
9,300 00
25, 000 00
12,000 00
15,313 73
1,300 00
4,178 09
15,000 00
8,000 00
5,838 29

$1,429 94
942 67 $1,900 00

1,100

75

3,190 58
1,420 38
1,533
1,789
1,863
745

11 11
1,593 75

864
11,479
1,875
2,855
730
550

437 34
949 44
598 46
2,520 59
1,270 74 1,200 00
958 47
4, 403 56
724 03
1,611 89
801 25
2,230 74
1, 614 36
130 86
2,276 52
855 00
913 08

2,258 80
515 80
2,413 62
3.308 51
4,424 49 4,583 00
3,158 02
1,787 78
1,594 71
2,461 95
3,562 80
395 06
710 10
751 09
3, 913 70
1,532 11
2,841 53
1,069 00
2.309 41 .
2,652 84!.

'

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

on the morning of the first Monday of October, 1866—Continued.
RESOURCES.

i
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*3 ^
5 £:
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$45,000
100,000
100,000

$10,600
75,000

133,000
5 00
1,247 84
3,278 72

80,000
100, 000
106,000
100,000

125,000
' 56,500
67,000
740,000
28, 014 82. 350,000
269 10 310,500
1,933 75

122,000
100,000
152,300

1,677 07
3,733 31
582 13

125,000
30,000

31,450
50,000
69,350
33,350

2, 680

10,850
394,700
1,600

3,600
6,150
6,750
500
16,450
24,500

125,000
105,000

16,140
12,504
949
8,885

59
33
87
10

204,300

196 36

100,000

120,000
126,000
288,400

100,000

50,000
4,300
1,100
50
4,300

75,000
150,000

3,192 52
9,245 87

200, 000
100,000
100,000
102,000
50,000

160,000

1,592 57

411,500

2,643 03

51,250
72,300
. 450
9,600
39,850
50,250
41,600
114,400

210,000

130,000
250,000

5,167 02
50 00'

110, 000
160,000

45,000

90,000
115,500
165,500

15,100
5,500

13,266 45
3,762 71{
186 371

204,000
90,000

300,000
11,700

228,000

100,000

1,000 00

300,000

3,650




$714
1,149
18,304
1,521
2,185
903
25
1,

52,000

' 4, 475
15,169
6,219
90
6,505
4,387
628

1,819
7,551
2,605
12, 400
3,937
1,956
4,047
1,401
6,305
2,054
2,450
9,220
2,854

$79 65 $7,158 00
12,890 00
2,500 00 20,000 00 $71,100 00
191 70 16,350 00 45,000 00
105 46 22, 761 00
25,041 71
1,500 00 21,520 97 28,244 00
526 18 14,802 30
2,563 94 27,524 00 55,000 00
17,810 00
22 05 18,956 65
1,052 64 88,691 88 10,000 00
259 72 67,622 00
1,112 57 81,335 63 51,700 00
806 00 26,423 00 42,916 47
1,942 00 27,011 90 45,061 05 *
200 81

168 95
685 74
355 36
18 00
26 82

1,155 25
289 85

2,186

3,654
4,182
1,391
2,204
2,982
813
3,325
3,203
1,430
156
11,442
8,000

1,650
605
3,130
12,044

663 00
379 65
60 00

1,577 41
1,322 00
2,500 58
1,410 00
726 08
1,811 19
1,305 00
100 46
979 89

30,268 90 27,904 36
30,550 00 74,226 00
14,192 00 19,000 00
25,000 00
57,561 44 23,100 00
36,347 26
17, 777 00
30,411 00 7,699 58
103,369 00 57,692 30
22, 026 37
17,689 00
27,290 00 60,000 00
25, 795 15
58,968 60
29,079 00
31,963 95
13,106 00
25,331 89 12,002 44
32,809 29
54,275 21 22,000 00
21,508 74 26,000 00
49,947 38 114,200 00
14,156 00 37,000 00
32,967 00 50,176 00
28,927 77 30,400 00
18,170 00 20,630 00
42,735 10 40,900 00
31,282 08
27,530 00
46,500 00
24,309 60 52,574 85
98,400 00 42,100 00
56,750 00 32,500 00

87

88

REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY. *
Reports of the condition of the National

Banking Associations

LIABILITIES.
i
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1
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$50,000 00
100, 000 00
200,000 00
175,000 00
80, 000 00
100, 000 00
150,000 00
100,000 00
150,000 00
50,000 00
60,000 00
800, 000 00
450,000 00
300,000 00
125, 000 00
100,000 00

$2,288 83
5,000 00
3,562 57
2,500 00
3,305 00
11,594 31
5,000 00
1,290 00
1,334 00
2,000 00
7,275 49
18,632 65
50, 000 00
30,000 00
11,079 24
27,248 01

$39,990 00
89, 500 00
86,000 00
116,805 00
70,918 00
89,765 00
85, 750 00
87,600 00
106,374 00
50,000 00
53,755 00
639, 325 00
303,670 00
244,350 00
109,573 00
71,145 00

$51,699 45
61,959 65
167,118 79
159,691 00
74,833 29
74,759 35
180,115 76
69,156 04
59,003 48
24,812 69
57,494 64
359,945 04
297,628 50
250,715 95
42,710 93
138,484 18

172,500 00
125,000 00
50,000 00
125,000 00
105,000 00
200,000 00
120,000 00
200,000 00
325,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
150,000 00
200,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
100, 000 00
50,000 00
160,000 00
400,000 00
200,000 00
250,000 00
400,000 00
150,000 00
175, 000 00
90,000 00
130,000 00
200,000 00
50,000 00
200,000 00
100,000 00
250,000 00
300,000 00

10, 674 16
53,306 99
6, 498 78
5, 000 00
21,000 00
7, 600 00
5,042 76
3,148 76

133,575 00
103,851 00
21,950 00
110,500 00
94,500 00
180,000 00
107,900 00
108,400 00
231, 485 00
88,332 00
88,475 00
64,500 00
134,478 00
179,854 00
89,914 00
89,920 00
89,910 00
45,000 00
140, 665 00
356,963 00
117,000 00
188,900 00
223,160 00
97, 000 00
142,942 00
74, 950 00
96,205 00
90,000 00
39,000 00
180,000 00
75,000 00
198,850 00
267,470 00

135,524 66
96,683 22
92,435 00
119,828 81
152,968 23
234,518 71
197,040 84
199,409 17
308,382 19
95,953 97
119,240 67
127,398 26
54,441 75
81,574 34
212,106 10
268,479 18
134,777 08
222,967 20
179,881 02
209,808 12
102,997 16
209,570 33
360,465 77
286,674 85
64,040 11
80,227 61
158,057 68
225,364
101,542 21
279,604 62
158,892 35
300,706 33
188,526 281

i

'>

M

N e w ITork*
National Bank of—
Medina, First
Middletown, First
Middletown, Middletown
Middletown, W a l l k i l l

229
523
1276
1473
99
245
Morrisville, First
Mohawk, Mohawk V a l l e y . . . 1130
Mt. Morris, Genesee River .'. 1416
Monticello, Nat'l Union
1503
349
Newark, First
New Berlin, First
151
Newburgh, Newburgh
468
1106
Newburgh, Highland
1213
Newburgh. Quassaick
New Paltz, Huguenot
1186
1286
Nyack, Rockland County
North White Creek, Cam1275
bridge Valley
1354
Newport
1655
Oneida, First
519
Oneida, Oneida Valley
1090
255
Oswego, First
Oswego, Second
296
Oswego, Nat'l Marine
821
1355
Oswego, Lake Ontario
862
Owego, Tioga
1019
Owego, Nat'l Union
1311
Oxford, First
273
Palmyra, First
295
Plattsburgh, First
266
Plattsburgh, Second
321
Port Chester, First.
402
Potsdam
868
Poughkeepsie, Firat
465
Poughkeepsie, Fallkill
659
Poughkeepsie, City
1305
Pouglikeepsie, Poughkeepsie. 1306
Poughkeepsie, Far's & Mf'rs' - 1312
Poughkeepsie, Merchants'... 1380
1269
Pine Plains, Stissing
981
1363
Port Jervis
Peekskill, Westchester C o . . . 1422
1496
Pulaski, Pulaski
527
Rochester, First
".Rochester, Farm's & MechV. 1072
Rochester, Traders'
1104
.Rochester, Flour City
1362




'

4,000 00
1,500 00
* 6,230 34
5,000 00
6, 606 83
4,500 00
1,907 95
684 10
4,026 66
50,000 00
30,000 00
54,142 17
77,086 14
95,282 89
36,136 42
24,840 20
35,712 46
5,000 00
677 85
11,325 28
2,755 40
50,000 00
4,000 00

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE

CURRENCY.

on the morning of the first Monday of October, 1866—-Continued.
LIABILITIES.

fc> o

Q3

$39,450 30

$1,200 (

10,838 73 .
40,151 59 .

$17,487 41
24,078 67
29,524 89
662 05
1,858 20
8,577 68
1,076 51
788 34
1,895 94
271 41
96,555 31
77,119 69
134,969 47
29,847 47
47,728 72

$3,935 60

1,924 29

21,584 74
1,829 61
8,536 68
23, 735 87
132 55
3,314 79

207 82
1,447 08
7,076
615
35,539
2,139
70,882
28

20,304 79 .

45
70
46
65
06
45

604 81
5 00
532 82

5,275 64
3,025 43

1,868 21
48,460 66 .

7,001 57

1,217 36

613 17
28,846 74 .
22,856 3 0 .
84,600 9 3 .

534
31,375
50,183
201,058
120,269
141,630
337,554
54, 785

79

13,967 39

23
53
66
92
09
18

703 38

26,542 46

63,934 93

26 05

76,398 SB

1,012 61




16,611 16
30,442 19
6,034 94
17,687 21

23,263 53

1,510 86
1,244 89
65,419 75
11,920 32

$190 11
3,218 29
44,307 23
27.992 34
3,747 85
3,058 85
6,610 75
12, 933 51
7,180 19
1,951 14
2,051 64
91,010 00
21,189 97
27,69C
2,563 76
4,136 41
14, 620 01
3,279 65
1,940 12
12,480 99
2,456 23
16,843 69
22,410 12
12.993 92
11,310 32
3,470 17
7,487 57
17,355 9:
12,645 01
3,204 05
5,159 25
10,925 50
8,584 64
9,624 26
20,396 52
32,739 61
5,978 71
9,508 34
18,358 97
9,180 06
5,606 74
5,793 76
4,229 32
27,417 89
•2,749 02
12*262 59
3,736 74
21,392 36
28,287 681

$18,506 00
20, 054 00

19,422 00
11,900 00
17,020 00

5,626
14,444
13,672
14,715

00
00
00
00

14,657 00
28,467 00
16,246 00
11,864 00

7,940 00
21,997 00

15,819 00

8,969 00
8,652 00
17,634 00
30,016 00
14,670 00
11,200 00
19,585 00
42,040 00

21,867 00
23.000 00
30,987 00!

89

90

REPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF T H E

CURRENCY.

Reports of the condition of the National Ranking Associations
RESOURCES.

e

T I T L E OF BANK.

New

£

York.

National Bank of—
1397
Rochester, Clarke
34
Rondout, First
1120
Rondout, Rondout
752
Red Hook, First
1157
Rhinebeek, First
1376
Rome, Central
1410
Rome, Fort. Stanwix
1414
Rome, First
102
Seneca Falln, First
Seneca Falls, Nat'l Exch'ge 1240
184
Sandy Hill, First
303
Skaueateles, First
471
Sing Sing, First
103
South Worcester, First
375
St. Jolinsville, First
South East, CrotonRiver.. 830
6
Syracuse, First..-.
140
Syracuse, Second
159
Syracuse, Third
1569
Syracuse, Fourth
1287
Syracuse, Salt Springs
1341
Syracuse, Syracuse
1342
Syracuse, Merchants' ..
1401
Syracuse, Mechanics'. .
893
Saratoga Springs, First
Saratoga Springs, Commd 1227
1040
Saugerties, First
1208
Saugevties, Saugerties
1127
Salem
1166
Sherburne, Sherburne
1226
Schenectady, Mohawk
Somers, Farm'rs & Drovers' 1304
1298
Schuylerville
1510
Schoharie, Schoharie
364
Tarrytown, First
163
Troy. First
621
Troy, Nat'l Exchange
640
Troy, Troy City
721
Troy, Manufacturers'
Troy, Mereh'ts &Meeh'cs'. 904
940
Troy, United
991
Troy, Nat'l State
.992
Troy, Mutual
963
Troy, Union
1012
Troy, Central
342
Union Springs, First . . .
185
Utica, Second
1308
Utica, Utica City
1392
Utica, Oneida
1395
Utica, First




$206 67
$464,572 04
385,006 84 1,994 62
217,101 47 1,286 83
9 95
103,093 43
420 67
176,141
431 10
195,269 96
339, 023 75 2,232 74
105,965 27 3,978 01
.130, 259 78
100,737 06
133,001 43 1,173 02
174,457 92
292 49
165,569 82
84,084 52 1,232 12
453 79
104,223 14
218,543 52 1, 886 66
526 65
276, 928 99
938 28
122,773 41
411,409 02
174,849 24
319,611 95 1,508 86
257,416 44 1,460 91
351,696 22
237 70
237,731 90
140,036 85 2,483 96
123,511 31 1,270 09
212,348 36 3,113 46
127,534 96 2,710 91
232,898 37 1,181 61
75,612 68
278, 757 53 2,412 86
167,354 74
132.629 29 1,337 49
' 79,173 96 3,315 04
164 00
119, 637 80
39 50
426, 612 54
191, 607 01 1,839 03
856, 698 79 4,622 11
618,321 27
528,140 95 26,725 60
568,162 69 1,641 17
1,163,177 37 6,724 08
334, 683 36
972 77
749,987 65
410 46
531,397 35
911 59
99,211 13
296,453 63
189 61
301,468 32
873 05
960,888 78 4,695 75
977,393 13 4,252 11

$14,000 00
6,000 00
10,627 51
5,325 00
5,614 79
7,000 00
6,921 02
5,053 27

10,000 00
2, 470 00
6,394 75

2,591 59
700 00

$7,210 34
3,993 16
1,489 11
2,177 53
1,822 71 $4,079 16
1,375 46
4,519 10
2,291 33 1,700 00

1,611 26
3,185 27
4, 006 57
694 17
960 71
854 34
1,739 79
3,380 45

6,694 70

3,170 53
12, 068 88
12,500 00
12,700 00

6,087 59
10,219 81
4,500 00
1,285 00
9,000 00
6, 600 00
5,200 00
200 00
549 00
13.599 47
11.600 00

1,418 54
696 19
1,464 40

221 16
. 355 42
1,400 17
1,033 55
884 48
1,091 61
1,440 33
6,190 27

20,000 00
IJ, 399 00

10,000 00
18,000 00
16,102 68
23,375 00
10,325 99
11,025 21
4,523 31
1, 622 70
16,381 98
15,758 59

2,151 75
4, 651 91
8,164 40
2,344 79

2,806 27
5, 904 Go|
3,548 10
3, 428 65
474 37
783 04
2,372 95
1,515 82
6,877 52
9,919 11

1,000 00
3,273 79

'

REPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

91

on the morning of the first Monday of October, 1866—Continued.
RESOURCES.

| 3
ti t o
5 fi

to
ts

o Jts
O

!, 654 45 $200,000
310, 000 $64,450
226, 000 22,350
158,000
7,008 00 125,000 42, 600
4,348 &
8 80,000
5,000
l f Oil 34 150, 000
150
1,628 72 70,000
23,750
60,000
50,500
100,000
7,800
75, 000 61,300
31,071 43
153,000
50,000
100,000
61,950
177,700
62,300
854 51 75,000
200,000
3,500
2,252 60 278, 000 143,65U
2,288 15 103,000 170,850
1,036 21 285,000 125,000
8,483 85 105,500
8,777 05 150,000
4,000
296 90 167,000 15,000
1,794 47 147,000
1,597 81 108, 000
1, 750
31,428 20 100,500
1,000
100,000

8,288 21

134,000
92,000
150,000

7,873 61 100,000
102,000

85, opo
100,000

6,325 59
7,352 73
2,887 36
2,435 14
68 29
2,546 69
6,959 21
4,827 91

106, 000

101,500
300, 000
100,000

522,300
150,000
175,000
170,000
255,900
208, 500
890 95 205,000
3,080 56 263,000
100, 000

168 90 300,000
2, 332 55 6?, 000
5,287 24 200,000
6,037 11 341,000




$6,425
21,184
1,061
6,677
1,740
2,258
3,920
1,950
586
1,651
198
1,
5,270
352
2,924
2,273
218

531
809
7,186
2,356
8,611

15,224
14,100
1,485
20,000
841
1,893
7,800
* 720
1,000
2,479
52,35U 5,524
5,801
5,000 4,220
1,372
15,500
1,252
22,450
1,106
134,900 27,212
1,325
157,000 17,927
1,000
1,986
11,900
2,705
6,673
100
8,995
51,850 2,837
500
6,928
7,890
707
1, ® 0
5
3,249
114,650
5,944
51,350
11,700 12,472
10,772

$76,499 00 $22,600 00 $902,122 53
53,302 20
1,036,094 51
550 00 26,510 42 44,000 00 599,610 85
32,847 60
369,601 75
378 68 17,911 00
404,932 83
6, 749 51 47,115 74 43,350 00 432,582 93
82 00 53,330 00 37,400 00 657,034 97
160 00 30,669 31 2,150 00 275,522 46
48,792 15
319,672 99
26,901 14
254,409 46
24,533 00
330,516 12
464,451 88
184 70 25,345 00
34,921 00 15,000 00 644,520 35
201 00
381,343 83
108 00 19,310 25
19,148 00
218,296 85
205 00 27,973 00 17,000 00 509,359 11
44,172 00
932,058 20
16,725 05
516,404 02
45,772 00
936 026 56
29,830 00
389,764 40
1,400 Q 51,100 00 8,600 00 585,520 19
0
577,955 45
835 25 61,550 00
389 34 48,310 00 19, 043 48 654,136 15
33, 620 00 19,900 0 532,398 27
U
2,213 50 52,539 00 25,000 00 426,168 09
40,160 00 20,000 00 450,279 50
410 00
408 23 ' 32,427 50 29,000 00 468,057 39
670 00 20,824 78 31,000 00 316.706 75
464,581 59
238 03 33,121 00
15,400 61 1,225 00 237,071 81
55,523 20 93,450 00 722,069 02
500 00
447 38 17,632 00 25,000 00 325,131 17
22,439 80
268,869 25
13,000 00
232,495 07
19,167 34
322,029 22
84,721 00
1,159,038 16
29,502 00
418.707 34
114,217 05
1,929,558 39
109,148 63
981,772 30
00
696 00 108,625 39 16,516 00 1,103,674 52
152,813
1,118,085 43
4,032 00 148,650 00
1,765,604 20
2,644 83 65,842 62
36,859 50 814,127 75
600 00
81,990.00 24,739 05 1,206,108 52
1,067 70 54,573 20
. 217 70 23,520 00 44,368 04 1,092,553 90
253,747 20
42,641 43
913,140 10
. 60 00 19,099 40
8,024 90 142,647 00 47,566 67 564,421 36
1,448,371 37
3, 997 50 106,500 00
120,505 00 1,782,331 86
464 00
$1,210 00

'

REPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY. 92
Reports of the condition of the National

Banking

Associations

New

Individual deposits.

Notes in circulation.

Surplus fund.

Office number.

T I T L E OF B A N K .

Capital stock paid in.

LIABILITIES.

York.

National Bank of—
Rochester Clarke
Rondout, First
Rondout, Rondout
Red Hook, First
Rhineheck, First
Rome, Central
Rome, Fort Stanwix
Rome, First
Seneca Falls, First
Seneca Falls, Nat'l Exch'ge .
Sandy Hill, First
Skaneateles, First
Sing Sing, First
South Worcester, First
St. Johnsville, First
South East, Croton R i v e r . . .
Syracuse, First
}
Syracuse, Second
Syracuse, Third
Syracuse, Fourth
Syracuse, Salt Springs
Syracuse, Syracuse
Syracuse, Merchants*
Syracuse, Mechanics'
Saratoga Springs, First
Saratoga Springs, Comm'l...
Saugerties, First
Saugerties, Saugerties
Salem
Sherburne, Sherburne
Schenectady, Mohawk
Somers, Farm'ra & Drovers' .
Schuylerville
Schoharie, Schoharie County
Tarrytown, First
T r o y , First
Troy, National Exchange . . .
Troy, Troy City
T r o y , Manufacturers'
Troy, Merch'ts & Mech'cs' . .
Troy, United
Troy, National State
Troy, Mutual
T r o y , Union
Troy, Central
Union Springs, First
Utica, Second
Utica, Utica City
Utica, Oneida
Utica, First




1397
34
1120
752
1157
1376
1410
1414
102
1240
184
303
471
103
375
830
6
140
159
1569
1287
1341
1342
1401
893
1227
1040
1208
1127
1166
1226
1304
1298
1510
364
163
621
640
721
904
940
991
992
963
1012
342
185
1308
1392
1395

,

$200,000 00
300 000 00
200,000 00
150,000 00
175,000 00
97,560 00
150,000 00
100,000 00
60,000 00
100,000 00
75, 000 00
150,000 00
100,003 00
175,000 00
75,000 00
200,000 00
250, 000 00
100,000 00
300,000 00
105,500 00
200,000 00
200,000 00
180,000 00
140,000 00
100,000 00
100, 000 00
150,000 00
125,000 00
150,000 00
100, 000 00
100,000 00
111, 150 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
300,000 00
100,000 00
500,000 00
150,000 00
300,000 00
300,000 00
250,000 00
234,500 00
300,000 00
300,000 00
100,000 00
300,000 00
200,000 00
400, 000 00
600,000 00

$2,009 00
62, 755 44
36,141 75
7,143 24
19, 000 00
1,482 56
62, 018 42
1,000 00
2,274 20
857 03
19,130 64
5,000 00
12,500 00
3, 602 45
1,156 73
2, 000 00
50, 000 00
12,191 92
14,885 83
2,637 50
23,500 00
29,500 00
18,000 00
1,644 20
7,150 08
19,158 10
16,900 00
3,149 37
2,166 63
2, 331 00
3,200 00
25,324 71
1,200 00
581 88
1,658 90
16,000 00
5,000 00
25,788 29
42,000 00
6,372 70
5,983 65
43,505 09
3,000 00
60,000 00
3,000 00
2,600 00
8,212 26
2,635 14
5,082 42
9,000 00

$169,000 00
276, 260 00
180, 000 00
134, 923 00
112,480 00
72,000 00
132,220 00
57, 630 00
53,965 00
90,000 00
67,350 00
134,925 00
85,410 00
157,360 00
67,465 00
176,500 00
250,000 00
90, 000 00
247,200 00
90,100 00
116,300 00
141,500 00
108,080 00
89,230 00
89,964 00
73,340 00
118,000 00
78,615 00
135,000 00
90,000 00
75,000 00
74,065 00
. . 85, 000 00
90,000 00
89, 916 00
269,435 00
87,500 00
443. 788 00
132,300 00
148, 650 00
150,500 00]
199,200 00 '
178,214 00
183,679 00
233,781 00
88,540 00
263, 599 00
55,980 00
179, 780 00
252,650 00;

$432,291 85
245,124 75
140,901 40
55,524 86
68,947 81
212,393 10
257,318 68
86,345 76
61,546 57
54,356 73
149,420 06
135,992 93
207,767 04
4,511 27
58,097 27
118,291 29
226,229 79
143,417 55
277,427 87
154,817 79
220,340 68
169,000 51
314,381 11
279,867 23
184,368 27
232,353 79
132,163 62
80,446 85
171,993 53
80,669 62
487,828 32
74,039 60
55,553 25
28,725 21
96 577 57
301,012 93
160,476 97
562,879 20
567,173 67
231,341 40
5^9,853 95
963.850 48
354,064 51
435,000 17
231,940 11
56,752 57
174,296 15
211,6&3 47
636,182 38
629,406 18

EEPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF T H E

CURRENCY.

on the morning of the first Monday of October, 1866—Continued.
LIABILITIES.

e ° s

&o
° a
£ '3
11
2

A®

tk

g69,440
95,362
20,889
12,347
19,775
19,042
6,357
10,542
125,814
3,436

26
88
67
27
98
92
52
23
30
00

14,237 19
102,785 82
630 90
3,319 66
50, 710 74
111,299 00
3,899 84
23,980 47
14,161 97
14,558 70
15,560 12
3,473 54
18,591 54
1,262 31
30.139 37
15,760 11
516 63
11,915 27
13.140 43
25,444 91
18,527 96
29, 684 57
48, 093 80
41,345 36
201,739 84
70,119 66
274,750 29
22,073 80
158,357 35

$2,278 46




152,147
20,534
1,217
10,551
52,350
28,149
56,276

35
10
98
91
12
93
50

$221 88
870 83

155 39
23,176 70

883 00

4,188 32
23 00
76
825 53

1,026 80

2,155 92
261 52
429 35
2,565 91
67,939
5,829
105,288
3,766
86,826
92,176
105,397

64
09
77
92
60
02
18

36,505 24
268,562 49

1,658 75
2,654 49

$17,169 54
27,591 02
5,175 03
9,663 38
3,283 04
17,358 96
8,067 65
3,325 47
1,549 70
5,759 70
6,066 87
10,506 59
770 12
12,198 30
15,946 95
5,059 84
40,865 00
11,346 66
12,374 04
11,903 11
5,917 54
5,293 24
9,427 92
10,253 30
18,018 40
10,130 30
3,485 40
4,172 42
4,905 80

511,999 00

28,358.75
4,306 95
8,158
10,622 07
4.192 ie
56,805 36
18,555 92
24,692 99
16,412 05
40,998 53
17,498 01
28,586 10
31,967 24
26,626 76
25,439 20
4,636 65
28,393.74
4,312 63
107,867 89
171,542 69|

14,280 00
10,800 00

16,503 00
6,446
12,590
17,676
16,679

00
00
00
00

5,300
18,103
8,687
7,930
7,049
14,035
17,369
9,5f>3

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

14,735 00
16,708 00
12,382 00
12,150 00
9,297 00

37,460 00
69,650 00
60,802 00

10*3*

94

REPORT OP T H E COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
Reports of the condition of the National

Banking

Associations

RESOURCES.

T I T L E OF B A N K .

New lTork.
National Bank ot—
TTnadilla, Nat'l U n a d i l l a . . .
Vernon
W a r w i c k , First
Waterloo, First
Watkins, First
Watkins, Second
W n v e r l y , First
Waverly, Waverly
Weetfield, First
Whitehall, First
Whitehall, Old
West Winfield, First
Warsaw, W y o m i n g Co . . ; .
Watertown, First
.
Watertown, Second
Watertown, Jefferson Co..
Watertown, Nat'l Union - . .
Watertown, Nation'l Bank
and Loan Company
Waterford, Saratoga
West T r o y
Waterville
•Whitestown
Youkers, First
T ot al

1463
1264
314

456
297
1192
504
265
1160
601
737
73
671
1490
1507
1508
1229
1265
1361
1458
653

$112,572 45
128,074 26
81,836 29
51,831 31
88,924 30
66,510 02
166,826 46
144,370
104, 844 52
134,143
58, 032 41
68,409 56
100, 030 75
18, 007 75
304,428 84
257,671 30
151,046
217,621
438,074
238,844
104,409
208,157

40
58
29
33
02

$335 93
497 95
349
419
572
6,431
203
337
495
4,505
8

91
89
34
02
58
81
06
26
10

!, 000 00
6.500 00
2,266 73
3, 623 56

7,661
5.501 46
14, 288 97
825 00
4, 550 00
2,239 33
5,058 07

$891
1,864
1,463
4,094
752
1,313
2,036
152
220
2,247
1,175
210

70
69
11
09
12
78
31
75
00
07
02
26

$23 38
18 00
293 02
I, 600 00
878 79

S,000 00
223 29
1,840 00

4,267 24

1,214 73
2,206 10

1,990 44
2,890 63

8,773 75

1,272 15
5,797 60
20 64

9, 520 32
5, C O 00
O

1,570 93
1,934 12

2,200 00
3,425 00
5,600 00

1,695 06
1,450 00

643 66
160 62

55,595, 960 92 409, 950 69 1,442,881 31

$688 35
1,130 94
12,625 4ri
1,406 92
395 31
1,070 27
792 91
2,687 43
11,046 20
5,806 72
2,114 17
968 98
11,091 26

1,300 00
32 95

2,421
30,684
12,284
491
447
4,567

06
07
13
25
81
86

430, 742 64 205, 111 75 2,104,441 56

City of New Y o r k .
First
Second
Third
Fourth
Fifth
Sixth
Eighth
Ninth
Tenth
Central
N e w Y o r k Nat'l Exchange.
National Currency
National Broadway
N a t ' l Bank of Commerce . .
American
National Park
Tradt'ismeus'
N a t ' l Shoe and L e a t h e r

Market
St. Nicholas
Seventh W a r d




1,382, 686
853,607
2,811,401
13,654,893
319,224
393,396
451,741
5,101,962
1,335,544
12,141,410
661,207
323,867
3,242,340
8,432,224
1,1U7,690
12,382,316
1,415,381
3,413,153
2,254,780
1,465,127
475,653

3,314 40

9,462 82

10,747 18

14,683 14
226
98
1,880
834

19
48
48
43

256 74
811 05

,205 58
74 42

50, 000 00
13, 000 00
1,125 00
35,000 00
3,000 00
175,000 00
300,000 00
14,126 66
135,000 00
155, 700 00
175,000 00
35,000 00
107,970 23
22,910 00

9,585
25,395
93,014
5,400
8, 073
10,985
86, 713
16, 773
103,483
7,823

63
77
87
77
50
27
52
75
08

13,163 39
25,314 59
13, 994 85
150,474 51
9,998.01
17,121 09
17,921 56
7,069 59
5,094 67

43,366 10 1,086,644 95
139,470 39
1,965,744 05
80,708 05 10,853,703 76
69,324 94
3,693 55
4,608 62
15,500 00
702,660
12,813
94,747 50
17,350 00
69,484 54' 2,620,666 82
116,043 10
68,705 30
19,129 74
662,217 45
3, 974, 740 67
6,129 44
11,569 86
1,871,939 15
282,742 61
1,158,819 45
403,101 21
1,064,475 67
618 75 127,863 77

EEPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
on the morning of the first Monday of October,

10*3*

1866—Continued.

RESOURCES.

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$100,000

111, 000
53,000
50,000
75,000
56,000
80,000

20 00
202
387
35,909
933

43
43
79
22

$10,350
67,800
9.800
34,700
3,750

100,000

4,000 00
2,344 28
18,691 25

662 21
25,433 39

50,750

100, 000
91,800
102,050
100,000
125,000
100,000
116,000
95,000

1,700
300
50,350
53,900
8,100
1,150
1,800

43,000
145,000
85,000
90,000
50,000
110,000

42,961 52
5, 507 26

1,800
39,000

3,450
72,350

,$987
2,253
14,278
2,528
1,707
3,473
649
5,05'
942
1,202

1,
1,018
2,299
1,130
5,196
1,807
1,776
8,113
11,304
1,253
1,201
31, 755

693,995 03 32,889,200 6,352,300 1,079,634

14,818 52

473,250
150,000
150,000
973, 000
50,500
164,800
76,950
280,000
1,088, C O 650,550
O
438,650
1,036, (00
2,200, (OO] 350,000
. 309, C00 120,950
101, C O 126,750
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6,830, C O 4,998,000
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4,650
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1,150, C O 614,500
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800,000 668,200
72,550
1,030,600
672,000
850,000
212,000
134, 450

508,500
300,000
920,000
1,218 55 3. 599, 000
120, 000
222,500

047,321 38
20. 60S
10, 406
4, 3 3
2, 037
73, 438
10, 325
L 1,256, 033
'7, 014
17, 753
21, 829
10, 398
34, 773

28
56
46
04
85
72
09
19
22
26
00
63




9, 130
12,528
2,605
34,150
9,299
9,448
72,592
15,875
6, 42d

22,091
15, m
30,27t
23,494
148,5fi(

8, 4 C
5
280,244
68,056
10,00C
10, 066
2, 320
7,822

$489 27
200

203 22
18 00

863
158
153
247

32
67
25
28

860 00
663 31
77 50
2,295.63
2,020 00
3,862 95
7,361 60

$17,560
14,221
49,072
17,607
30, 503
15,085
12,030
52,952
14,502
36,084
19,805
18,113
19,467
7,483
33, 783
13. 703
10,605
27,116
22,042
25,447
4,950
68,798

$38,000 00

16,000 00

40.000 00
49,686 00

10,500 00
66,092 00
59,234 02
00
70
18
00
00
00

42,800 00
39,692 00
32,500 00
48,305 57
26,954 00

$297,540 80
373,240 22
251,368 74
167,989 01
213,267 17
168,774 57
320,470 57
431,709 97
253,931 16
399,312 67
272,732 82
271,349 40
' 390,710 22
194,663 49
566,463 60
488,142 50
312,764 24
556, 871 87
606, 645 79
468, 677 58
238,705 29
831,755 90

216,427 02 l, 135,742 63 5,509,212 76 129,605,504 51

1,553,903 34
76,737
388,074 64
500
1,574,759 80
29,597
4,938,293 3^
68,664
207,918 00
10,054
212,464 00
15
205,923 00
1,388
2,760,932 65
6,103
770,656 00
7,181
3,725, 794 00
21,878
294,024 40
4, 962
294,576 05
1,873
2,465,714 89
50,649
6,632,134 00
295,254
231,555 82
262
7,722,5C6 75
87,5G6
747,555 00
21,704
1,197,000 00
24,456
820,479 00
41,628
43, 000 v „ 604,533 50
38j 538,766 36
17,102

19,000 00 5, 349, 100 69
1,864,197 27
7,635,747 00
34,160,469 93
1,170,224 50
1,140,040 13
1,200,936 16
11,660,359 49
3,824,472 71
22,318,380 22
1
6,300 OO 1,646,404 66
l f 027,699 37
9,177,747 53
31,^62,377 69
I 1,998,65? 21
200,000 0026,664,879 61
180,000 00 4,513,990 64
510,000 00 7,829,714 55
64,750 00 4,543,472 76
159,383 24 4,385,522 39
76,369 CO 1,702,531 37

96

REPORT OF T H E "COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
Reports of * the condition of the National

Banking

Associations

LIABILITIES.
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National Bank of—
Vernon
"Warwick, First
"Waterloo, First
Watkins, First
"Watkins, Second
Waverly, First
Waverly, Waverly
"Westfield, Firat
"Whitehall, First Whitehall, Old
West Winfield, First
Warsaw, Wyoming Co
Watertown, First
Watertown, Second
Watertown, Jefferson Co
Watertown, Nationl Union..
Watertown, National Bank
and Loan Company
Waterford, Saratoga
West Troy
Waterville
W hitestown
Yonkers, First

16
43
16
24
34
1
38
6
38
5
46
5
27
9
19
12
54
0
25
8
16
10
81
0
77
3
7
3
61
7
19
40
10
57

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1,7 5
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1,687 6
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4,5 0
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4,0 0
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6,8 0
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4,0 0
90 0 0
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98 5 0
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10
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City of New York.
First
1.
*
Second
Third
Fourth
Filth
Sixth
Eighth
Ninth
Tenth
Central
New York Nat'l Exchange..
National Currency
National Broadway
National Bank of Commerce
American
National Park
Tradesmens'
National Shoe and Leather..
St. Nicholas
Seventh Ward




2
9
6
2
8
7
20
9
31
4
24
5
34
8
37
8
37
0
36
7
35
4
44
4
67
8
73
3
70
5
81
9
95
0
97
1
94
6
92
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0
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0
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EEPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

10*3*

on the morning of the first Monday of October, 1866—Continued.

1

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1

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$825 04
15,796 86
4,332 71

$32,651 06

67 43
4,742 90
2,474 52

23/560 00
20,811 00

6 26
30,263 01

7,191 73
12,998 59
24,157 60
8,287 22
2,465 67
5,582 36

8,742 00
26,000 00
5,237 00
18,694 00
22,857 00
6,128 00

312 764 24
556,871 87
606,645 79
468,677 53
238,705 29
831,755 90

2,269,604 00

129,605,504 51

6,300 00

"5r349,100 69
1.864,197 27
7,635,747 00
34,160,469 93
1,170,224 50
1,140,040 13
1,200,936 16
11,660,159 49
3,824,472 7L
22,318,380 22
1,646,404 66
1,027,899 37
9,177,747 53
31,862,377 69
1,998,655 21
26,664,879 61
4,513,990 64
7,829,714 55
4,543,472 76
4,385,522.39
1,702,531 37

215 12

17,428 27

5,921 24
8,433 98
20,800 00
1,479 98
12,830 05
47,287 19

211,073 37
3,155,970 13

303,569 52
369,466 78
303,511 87
119,440 43
133,927 46
135,087 55
98,226 33
219,583 70
150,994 73
132,208 40
58,726 56
61 203 14
64,738 45
50,150,85
374,629 23

$8,207 54

5,259,396 52

1,540,810 24

124,444 75
1,982,173 46
144,394 80
240,625 19
2,121,708 38
116,503 80
168,584 58 10,932,736 46
14,711 75
62
37,537 83
4,693,133 39 1,827,196 87
910 47
1,097,702 66
807,896 29
7,715,813 94
1,580 59
242,391 90
98,614 93
416,012 80
7,133 05
225,145 07
1,730,074 86 2, 527,167 84
9,939 13
245,400 94
10,993,621 46 3,397,919 34
90,410 25
219,400 09
300,262 31
526,945 96
45,097 65
229,800 93
5,024 18
135,840 86
7,395 45
65,256 49




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$297,540 80
. 373,240 22
251,388 74
167,989*01
213,267 17
168,774 57
320,470 57
431.709 97
253,931 16
399,312 67
272,732 82
271,349 40
390.710 22
194,663 49
566,483 60
486,142 50

$1,551 21

435 07
43 58
1,639 04

6,160 01
2,434 58

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$11,847 00

617 74
31,913 81
43,370 18

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$2,420 56
5.884 52
2,914 52
8,219 76
2,086 09
3,838 56
2.885 54
5,792 25
1,504 08
40,577 79
1,922 67
4,545 00
7,078 36
323 45
15,286 G8
11,773 89

1,053 60
3,425 12
993 61
2,682 08

18,148 86

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Deposits of U. States
disbursing officers.

United States deposit?.

LIABILITIES.

3,472,054 98

80,792 68
34,600 42
72,022 24
393,813 84
16,582 22
36,392 04
6,867 95
115,846 10
91,182 41
372,934 05
24,257 92
16,376 20
57,149 35
796,446 79
25,511 25
340,550 94
31,620 76
53,456 22
51,522 49
14,236 93
81,301 51

10,881 00

11,502 00
8,167 00

11,652 00

20,000 00
30,105 00
26,298 00
12,600 00
6,777 00

98

REPORT OF T H E "COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
Reports of the condition of the National

Banking

Associations

RESOURCES.

5

T I T L E OF B A N K

s

4

3§
<
S
£

Ci«y of IVew YorU.
National Bank of—
Nat'l Bank of Republic - . 1000
1067
Mercantile
Nat'l MechV B'k'g ABS'U.. 1075
1080
Merchants' Exchange
1105
East River
1116
New York County...
1121
Metropolitan
Leather Manufacturers'... 1196
1215
Marine
1224
Pacific
1231
Importers and Traders'
Ocean
1232
1250
Mechanics'
Nat'l Butchers & Drovers' 1261
1278
Union
1290
National Citizens'. .
1297
Bowery
*
1324
Gallatin
1352
Hanover
1357
Irving
1370
Merchants'
1371
Grocers'
Nat'l B ' k of Commonw'th. 1372
Nat'l B'k of North America 1373
1374
Phenis
1375
Chatham
1388
Atlantic
Continental
1389
B ' k of N.Y.,Nat. B'k'g Ass'n 1393
American Exchange .
1394
1443
Manufacturers'
1461
Natl City
Nat'l B'k of State of N. Y . 1476
1497
Fulton
1499
Chemical
1556
Croton
Mechanics and Traders'... 1624
Total
City of Albany
267
First
National Albany Exchange 739
1045
Merchants'
1123
Union
1262
New York State
Nat'l Mech'cs and Fanners' 1289
1291
Albany City
1301
National Commercial
Total.




$4,020,193 95
2,998,947 03 $3,396 59
282 60
1,245,425 88
818 11
3,069,499 58
641,653 98 1,282 00
799,171 48
8,026,652 63 8,315 22
2,166,592 59
156 53
1,074,325 62
1,120,611 58
4,676,840 56 1,084 80
2,493,972 69
549 07
4,547,451 38 6,476 30
1,290,952 41 1,690 28
3,007,410 08
1,227, 745 74
96 81
422,746 00
' 490,590 72
2,130,541 65
487 65
1,120,011 20 2,511 79
4,449,044 88 1,487 74
1,062,432 63
480 81
2.051.147 97 5,055 24
2,750,558 80
3,053,631 65
414 34
1,533,611 40 2,248 45
1,013,544 30 8,888 20
3.463.148 64 3,260 00
5,966,817 86 1,462 13
9,218,917 24 11,501 73
511,076 81
2,915,924 02 3,273 66
3,698,590 73 1,469 71
658,557 79
2,523,847 63 5,384 27
377,068 41
630 84
1,681,352 11 9,220 87

$206,090 04

100,000 00
125,000
51,200
12,775
230,000
30,000
25,000
48,000

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

202,000 00
144,152 92
178,000 00
63,200 00

210,000 00
4,000 00
85,500 00
43,000 00

ie6,000 00
25,000
188,879
80,000
175,000
5,934

00
06
00
00
51

270,046
250,000
300,000
16,349

46
00
00
89

120,000 00
204,571 66
45,000 00
55,423 09
4,815 00
44,120 04

$10,148
37,127
17,097
10,338
4,550

66
904 58
15
525, 642 1
72
4,964, 425 85
10 $3,965 11 331, 404 50
00 2,096 25 124, 721 24
18, 259 59
99, 754 94
24,048 57
2,733, 517 83
11,381 60
66, 872 10
9,132 21
6,701 67 5,000 00 116, 198 36
13,830 99 61,037 60 907, 107 47
25, 486 11 13,908 62 433, 567 36
3,299, 808 51
10, 759 72
302, 477 S6
8,704 00
1,359, 716 09
50,585 6'
274, 283 99
6. 567 63
46, 958 08
8,174 53 4,875 64
286, 856"34
1,105, 206 10
7,951 02
8,782 25 53,140 00 463, 418 1G
2,267, 585 49
42,597 44
111, 784 19
11,432
10,637 21 31,480 01 736, 427 91
5,997, 360 09
22,793 65
3,701, 190 22
14,174 14
10,942 58 3,700 00 346, 036 87
11,115 61 4,540 63 313, 474 12
4,620, 857 74
15,069 42
9,686, 963 9fi
59,048 74
15,514 94
14 71 3,425, 162 67
52, 658 09
9,549 94 1,915 00
3,230, 218 19
33,528 48
131, 653 78
53,548 28
51, 223 42
22,735 84
£93, 018 56
4,358 38
43 55
1,573, 655 49
33,314 35 3,147 50
154, 344 54
16,997 63

167,120,172 90 122,420 57 4,972,099 56 1,288,129 22 459,405 26 81,060.760 Si
520,428
465,059
528,302
663,403
3,531,655
673,428
1,031,385
1,079,554

70
77
06
303 03
43
41 6,436 20
58
91 11
22 15,505 29
18
794 83

6,493,217 35 23,130 46

31,338
35,300
25,000
27,500
.53,036
15,000
56,165

64
00
00
00
58
00
18

243,340 40

15,142 93
8,234 20
3,637 55

46 73

9 32
3,637 55 23,433 18

132,862 75
37,139 2(5
87,418 13
78,374 03
108,531 £9,
31.279 26
238,237 O
H
45,816 23
759,657 92

EEPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

10*3*

on the morning of the first Monday of October, 1866—Continued.
RESOURCES.

m ©
d
* ^ .2
3 33
-o o 1
d a p
® S
.
3 « 33

ii

35

$16,155 35
14,503 90
11,404
319 55
50,818 81
5,952 39

13,750 97
1,441 11
37,821 52

35,174 68
35,106 12
921 78
4,984 .98
11,488 18
56,276 82
12,910 30
8,501 26
1,767 20
272,349 95
8,505 00
2,170
94,628-35

6
c

$667,000 $217,000 $24, 632 $163,410
550,000
653
32,229
355,000
107,000
2,643
9,977
500,000
1C8,000 70,905 24.204
320,000
75,000
21,797
3,058
220,000
110,000 48.5L0
213
1,350,000
45,463
18,792
200,000
12,745 160,839
481,000
300,000
43,190
227,500
150,000 424,700
14,651
86,587
566,000
57,149
49,498
910,000
41,389
42,638
210,100
667,000
11,630 142, 629
657,500
270,000
45,823 21,534
546,000
500,000 1,277,900
118,461
150,000 128,350 14,771 17.205
257,500
3,798
19,102
63,550
556,000 1,399,300
485 146,558
335,000
7,146
33,516
145,000
231,000 224,500
11,750
7,977
1,00 J, 000 2,232,450
34,878 573,089
100,000
31,141
6,146
250,000
17,401 43,385
496,950
350,000
4,721 104,219
600,000
706,500 22j 903 164,963
150,000
12,050 22,726
242,550
112,500
770
10,678
70,000
667,000
7,623 106,571
1,120,000 411, »50
202,030
1,700,000
5,000 417, 641
2,950
100,000
47,698
2,005
370,000
50,000 264,425
260,000
667,500
2,000 181,046
192,600
200,000 1,472,000
39,793 118,895
100,000
92,424 401,359
601,200
67,000
4,077
2,622
160,000
210,000
159,100 2i, 932 44,638

$1,809,635 00
$7,481,863 17
1,018,387 05
5,406,254 46
363,736 51 $2,112 57 7,193,740 14
862,515 68 58,000 00 5,435,547 69
238,636 00
1,506,974 15
255.969 00 129,935 00 1,629,962 67
2,787,150 00 850,883 5614,016,396 44
1,101,519 65
6,946,771 18
792,200 00
2,715,194 33
594, 677 29
2,601,025 19
1,440,498 00
9,137,810 12
1,314,585 00 18,400 00 5,919,184 94
1,707,161 00 169,450 0011,617,314 74
545,408 68 132,400 00; 3,354,997 44
789,865 00 30,000 00 7,396,162 48
531,539 00
2,416,870 95
214,171 00
1,093,943 47
542.970 15 290,332 50 3,816,059 38
436,134 00 45,000 00; 4,373,276 43
433,281 59 74,500 00, 2,673,872 77
12,810,454 60
1,943,361 00
1,910,178 07
521,412 00
5,425,181 56
1,342,561 80
757,294 35 15,180 0010,295,284 05
55,000 00 9,947,199 42
1,099,299 02
602,401 00 10,000 00 3,067,589 09
365,461 00 69,725 00 2,062,177 39
803,000 00
10,056,858 26
3,482,765 59
;2l, 394,256 65
2,439,054 00 390,333 3318,890,479 46
88,738 00 51,500 00
988,169 45
1,041,948 00
7,520,124 43
8,263,264 26
2,977,889 00
773.269 00 100,000 00 3,597,256 59
3,240,323 00 621,965 55 8,964, 142 44
2,527,883 13
208,590 00
2,742,063 Gl
336,673 73

2,829,323 35 40,378,100 25,117,950 L, 663,326 4,591,965 48 78,191,644 59 4,330,519 75 422,877,708 48
149 64
4,687 62
7,820 52
38 69
39,363 85
77,590 49
10,434 86
4,973 61

225,000
307,000
200,000
504,100
200,000
350,000
190,000
500,000

145,059 28 2,476,100




200,000
5,000
37,000
4,500
46,400

1,050

14,278
11,124
25,291
4,055
46,110
13,761
17,900
25,356

293,950 157,875

862
992
206
78
2,946
5,538
7,987
2,710

163,033 02
234,040 00
107,122 00
165,397.71
310,549 00
571,921
280,085 00
554,604 00

1,713,778 20
1,900 00 1,470,045 78

.10,000 00 1,501,234 42
1,530,649 76

158^471 842,953,219 31
101,140 00 2,835,741 79
2,728,741 48

141,275 91 3,092,425 59
21,323 552,386,752.69 412,.787 75 17,875,836 33

100

REPORT OF T H E "COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
Reports of the condition of the National

Banking

LIABILITIES.

T I T L E OP BANK.

1

•8
B

City of New ¥ork.
National Bank of—
National Bank of Republic..
Mercantile
Nat'l MecbV Banking Ass'n.
Merchants' Exchange
.East River
;New York County
Metropolitan
.Leather Manufacturers'
'Marine
^Pacific
•Importers and Traders'
'Ocean
.Mechanics'
* Nat'l Butchers and Drovers'.
tUnion

.National Citizens'
Bowery
* Gallatin
Hanover
:Irving

Merchants'
'Grocers'
Nat'l B'k of Commonwealth.
.Nat'l Bank o£North America.
Phenix
< Chatham
.Atlantic
• Continental
.B'kof N. Y., Nai. B'k'g Ass'n
American Exchange
.'Manufacturers'
^National <City
.Nat'l B'k of State of N. Y . . . .
Pulton
Chemical
• C rot on
. Mechanics .and Traders'..

1000
1067
1075
1080
1105
1116
1121
1196
1215
1224
1231
1232
1250
1261
1278
1290
1297
1324
1352
1357
1370
1371
1372
1373
1374
1375
1388
1389
1393
1394
1443
1461
1476
1497
1499
1556
1624

Total.

$2,000,000 00
1,000,000 00
500,000 00
1,235,000 00
350,000 00

200,000 00
4,000,000 00

600,000 00
400,000 00
422,700 00
1,500,000 00

1,000,000 00
2,000,000 00
800,000 00
1,500,000 00
400,000 00
250,000 00
1,500,000 00

1,000,000 00
500,000
3,000,000
300,000
750,000

00
00
00
00

1,000,000 00
1,800,000 00
450,000 00
300,000 00
2,000,000 0C
3,000,000 00
5,000,000 00
252,000 00
1,000,000 00
2,000,000 00

$225,204 63
16,319 88
109,579 55
133,301 44
4,000 00
40,000 00
1,410,490 63
400,000 00
56,000 00
222,662 30
178,470 49

100,000 00
400,000 00

160,000 00
300,000 00
7,954 96
8,700 00
211,787 61
183,420 71
5,000 00
37,141 86
61,126 87
12,185 38
250,000 00
22,979 40
190,000 00
64,000 00
148,247 14
500,000 00
1,156,325 64
8,298,37
553,739 29

$557,950 00
482,310 00
• 307,756 00
449,631 00
283,500 00

180,000 00
1,117,500 00

168,000 00
265,000 00
120,250 00
494,334 00
797,688 00
512,000 00
241,655 00
449,000 00
123,240 00
225,000 00
499,180 00
293,289 00
196,180 00
627,274 00
76,500 00

200,000 00
314,182 00
290,700 00
131,085 00
95,500 00
543,950 00
731,145 00
988,045 00
* 84,000 00

600,000 00
300,000 00

200,000 00
600,000 00
75,009,700 00

1,000,000 00
250,000 00

105,000 00

15,225,785 77

30,427,414 00

City of Albany*

'First
National Albany Exchange
Merchants'
•Union
Now York State
Nat'l Mechnnics and Farmers'
Albany/City National....
National Commercial

Total..




267
739
1045
1123
1262
1289
1291
1301

300,000 00
300,000 00

100,000 00

200,000 00

100,000 00

500,000 00
350,000 00
350,000 00
500,000 00
500,000 00

60,968 10
150,000 00

100,000 00

196,800
269,830
177,050
449,620
176,995
314,950
164,830
441,030

3,000,000 00

656,968 10

2,191,105 00

21,000 00

100,000 00
25,000 00

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

Associations

EEPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
on the morning of the first Monday of October,

10*3*

1866—Continued.

LIABILITIES.

3 s

C O
Q

3

M

$2,803 00

152,971 77

220,007 55

5
et

$519,704 01
1,309,864 67
239,259 90
70
14 08

$40, 693 59
89,810 00
104,378 38
43,751 35

2,270 03

50,410 09

$308,851 29
392,241 91
25,596 79
13,961 24
65,811 40

2,463,312 24
408,951 16
175,814 93
81 05
2,195,961 32
1,452,948 71
815,007 41
28% 126 90
387,223 69
1,572 35

694,276 54
190,906 56

27,624 50
148,114 41
16,539 83
1,876,112 71
65,034 69
582,621 74
239,570 03
616,097 57
. 25,138 33
148,257 23
633,960 64
337,739 24
1,692,589 63
93,630 35
1,331,440 58

48,012 06
3,315,699 79
171,474 37

171,474 37

- I
g 5
3g

38,154 16

262,036 50
99,047 15

604,214 99
30,634 87
28,769 41
126,107 39
10 70
34,739 60
13,250 32
198,038 40
302,376 57
326,502 54
109,915 00
216,042 53
301,708 73
586,121 25
210,986 52
917,898 32
107,741 00
38,511 86
10,660 03
211,916 72

277,068 26 62,974,806 41 15,675,914 54
26,292 15

26,292 15




$67,456 13
244,046 95
62,423 73
50,688 49
20, 111 80
94,628 93
164,470 99
71,116 96
21,307 66
11,816 82
283,004 26
54,609 76
283,886 03
67,920 20
465,003 96
170,496 62
20,752 15
114,074 44
34,620 97
34,597 51
736,348 25
21,280 84
108,169 40
27,078 17
161,974 36
27,658 91
5,609 21
250,273 46
327,176 02
23,395 28
200,765 22
571,878 00
446.917 82
176,038 77
47, Q79 38
50,180 57

$5,941 00
2,868 00
12,216 00
4,461 00
9,060 00
9,437 00
27,500 00

8,341 00
11,521 00
6,115 00
11,354 00
15,112 00
9,693 00
6,593 00

6,760 00
5,102 00
11,151 00
2,330 00
12,927 00
8,658 00
13,945 00
4,633 00
14,280 00
6,589 00
15,605 00
12,220 00
7,552 00
10,401 00

19,210 00
18,465 00
29,624 00

t

$7,481,863 17
5,406,254 46
7,198,740 14
5, 435,547 69
1,506,974 15
1,629,962 67
14,016,396 44
6,946,771 18
2,715,194 33
2,601,025 19
9,137,810 12
5,919,184 94
11,617,314 74
3,354,997 44
7,396,162 48
2,416,870 95
1,093,943 47
3,816,059 38
4,373,276 43
2,673,872 77
12,810,454 60
1,910,178 07
5,425,181 56
10,295,284 05
9,947,199 42
3,067,589 09
2,062,177 39
10,056,858 2*5
21,394,256 63
18,890,479 46
988,169 45
7,520,124 43
8,263,264 26
3,597,256 59
6,964,142 44
2,527,883 13
2,742,063 61

8,241,322 36

455,396 00 422.877,708 48

147,266 84
164,478 60
253,144 11
75,043 25
567,821 02
232,973 57
814,562 43
80,768 30

18,914 96
110,705 03
94,799 09
250,826 22
48,471 90
154,906 99
6,693 34

37,551 34
12,390 09
7,710 01
26,021 06
31,746 67
221,732 19
107,550 64
136,815 81

39,383 00

1,713,778 20
1,470,045 78
1,501,234 42
1,580,649 76
2,953,219 31
2,835, 741 79
2,728,741 48
3,092,425 59

2,336,058 12

685,317 53

581,517 81

118,160 00

17,875,836 33

14,323 00
45,000 00
19,454 00

102

REPORT OP T H E COMPTROLLER OF T H E

CURRENCY.

Reports of the condition of the National Banking Associations
RESOURCES.

a

30

S £
£B

T I T L E OP B A N K .

s
1
3
a
©

X 5

c
s
i3

New

Jersey.

National Bank of—
1096
Belvidere, Belvidere
1222
Burlington, Mechanics'
1346
Bridgeton, Cumberland
431
Camden, First
Camden, Nat'l State
. . . . . 1209
1114
Clinton, Clinton
1221
Deckertown, Farmers'
487
Elizabeth, First
Elizabeth, Nat'l S t a t e . . . . . . . 1436
452
Freehold, First
Freehold, Freehold National
951
Banking Company
Flemington, Hunterdon Co . . 892
1459
Frenchtown, Union . . .
Hackettstown, Hackettstown. 1259
1444
Hoboken, First
288
Jamesburg, First
374
Jersey City, First
695
Jersey City, Second
1182
Jersey City, Hudson Co
Lambertville, Lambertville... 1272
Morristown, Nat'l Iron. . . . . . 1113
Morristown, First
1188
Medford, Burlington Co . . . . . 1191
Mount Holly, Farmers' Nat'l
1168
Bank of New Jersey
Mount Holly, Mount H o l l y . . . 1356
1270
Millville, M i i l v i l l e . . .
Newark, First
52
Newark, Second
362
Newark, Essex Co
1217
Newark, Newark City
1220
Newark, Mechanics'
1251
Newark, Nat. Newark Banking Company
1316
Newark, Nat'l State B a n k . . . 1452
876
Newton, Merchants*
925
Newton, Sussex
208
New Brunswick, First
New Brunswick, Nat'l Bank
587
of New Jersey
1317
Orange, Orange
329
Paterson, First
810
Paterson, Passaic Co
447
Plalnfield, First
Phillipsburg, Phillipsburg.. 1239
445
Red Bank, First
881
Rahway, Union
896
Rahway, Nat'l Bank of.
395
Somerville, First




$313,018 29 $1,123 55
122,290 32;
244,143 57|
186,935 27
1,200,552 62
281 30
86,955 82
79,025 73
3 36
206,055 80 5,440 17
681,885 12 2,318 65
134,132 92

$4,000 00
5,973.21 11,048 21
2,500 00 3,304 57 $2,916 00
15,000 00 2,980 71
23,143 85 14,744 64
689 43
5,000 00
5,000 00 1,196 37
12,000 00 6,417 58
30,450 00
3,101 66
8,598 13

196,057 94 1,132 05
178,894 86
44,575 71 1,839 53
187,913 51
331,869 27
58,161 35
3 13
• 734,220 71
697,491 02
275 20
417,806 65
590 49
112,106 31
281,658 50
105,407 41
81 75
112,692 04

7,740 02 2,537 23
1,160 00 2,573 29
9,898 72 1,004 89
7,260 00 2,061 40
3,246 57 3,418 47
281 50
1,000 00
53,250 00 11,552 98
15,000 00 1,943 91
20,000 00 2,396 64
746 96
1,000 09
1,500 00 3,271 17
956 00
1,341 64
9,561 36 1,818 00

226,012
203,609
160,316
320,661
334,411
422,406
766,808
1,440,468

31
21
75
51
95
94
83
31

10,402
5,000
4,750
30,000
2,483
13,000
28,000
25,000

47
00
00
00
48
00
00
00

84
2.276
1,068
5,898
4,907
1.277
1,864
3,409

1,211,180
768,308
135,443
203,886
50,632

70
41
87
29
21

49,997
19,314
4,160
8,000

84
43
00
00

8,793 59

10,000 00
6,000 00
5,500 00

3,149 82

288,385
259,763
486,960
33,689
193,064
239,587
90,852
127,794
285,676
128,194

222 81
185 85

31 86
5,244 69

22 9,635 88
04
709 01
61
592 72
73
70
78 56
25
18
93
1 07
02l
10!

1,500 00
8,036 39
6,366 50

2,000 00

53
16
54
47
12
25
71
42

6,600 00
73
2,103 25
3,017 35
150 00
5,3G0 00
1,350 00
1,050 00

7,000 00

3,900 00

1,435 16 3,849 24
241 48
1,545 94

6,661
430
969
4,877
977
937
3,113
2,057

27
54
58
07
43
57
58
02

3,000 00
'443 34
4,187 50

4,000 00

EEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

10*3*

on the morning of the first Monday of October, 1866—Continued.
RESOURCES.

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£

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A£

M
3

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$331 96
17,607 70
63,272 41
631 36
5,000 00
2,793 36
2,134 01
13,051 71
120 40

!

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GO £

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$8,050 $3,500 00 $62,795 00 $27,000 00
3; 418
971 65 37,722
6,700 00
1,600 00
39,740 00
75,596
12,797
61,981
19,790 7,990 57 239,325
13,300 00
100 00 24,129
602
37,000 00
172 04 16,760
6,600
2,000 00
9,959
27,973
21,952
62,393
5,000 00
4,000
14 00 50,710

150,000
200,000
113,350
120,000

3,643
253 75 34,782
2,035
120 00 66,932
665 1,460 81 22,191
712 03 23,025
677
4,421 1,000 00 39,457
4,415 17,056
2,897 1,160 18 131,494
6,151
97,165
67,319
11,661
730
46,988
8,432
24,190
833
120 00 11,743
4,004

34,600

8,000
20,500
16,000
159,150
139,000
50,000
400
1,050
76,250
10,000

1,037 81
1,414 97
5,744 59
3,071 67
3,881 94
7,485 44

75,000
400,000
250,000
250,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000

7,869 66

240,776- 40 8, 732 62
144,569 12 8,656 36
398,817 07 63,020 66

200,000
105,000
100,000
280,000
330,000
300,000
350,000
502,000

956,282 44 45,762 36
210,283 79 9,701 18
25,729 07 ..........
92,095 81 5,839 00
24,204 29 32,028 41

400,000
535,000
100,000
200,000
100,000

1,150

75,257 03 12,584 00
58,244 77 ..........
106,690 98 24,954 27
17,814 82 9,894 35
79,883 00 4,238 66
53,846 95
104,306 78 7,066 43
55,130 30 ..........
61,524 20
28,009 98

260,000
112,000
264,000
100,000
150,000
214,000
100,000
105,000
50,000
150.000

1,550
42,000
134,300
21,400
97,450
100
20,300
30,300
1,750
56,100




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$200,000 $100,000
80,300
9,350
152,500
160 000
72,500
260,000 65,000
102,000
100,000
207,000
75,600
372,000
110,000
125,000
41,700

100,000

609 98

n fcfi

S iw

14,000
400
50,450
75,000
100,000
1,000

4,250

2,000 00
42,700 00

11,250 00
827 60
08,955 75
29,257 60
4,000 00

10,121 28,487 69

73,970 76 12,010 49
25,100 54
31,842 42
47,660 00
66,745 00
61,621 00
108,738 00
82,435 44

35,905 11,882 56
89,662 3,613 00
1,220
3,659 1,849 75
13,877

67,100 00
113,100 00
21,611 75
40,677 00
15,672 30

22,106
6,898
8,917
14,364
12,067
13,787
12,772

268 79
300 00
4,833 35
40 00

1,590 58

3,737
533
8,428
7,012
592
300
114
2,584
7,260 3,560 04

8,011
2,514
1,432
1,297

4
217

6,000 00

38,030 92
17,153 26 6,000 00
80,340 00
11,320 25 19,500 00
30,657 50
36,353 09
42,466 87
10,650 98
15,787 75
61,648 00.

710,686 05
510,831 12
1,136,272 95
220,582 38
604,745 53
573,443 32
383,117 79
336,879 93
429,547 54
434,378 71

104

REPORT OF T H E "COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
Reports of the condition of the National

Banking

Associations

Notes in circulation.

Capital stock paid in.

T I T L E OF BANK.

Office number.

LIABILITIES.

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New Jersey*
National Bank of—
Belvidere, Belvidero
Burlington, Mechanics'
Bridge-ton, Cumberland
Camden, First
Camden, Nat'l State
Clinton, Clinton
Deckertown, Farmers'
Elizabeth, First
Elizabeth, Nat'l State
Freehold, First
Freehold, Freehold National
Banking Company
Flemington, Hunterdon Co..
Frenchtown, Union
Hackettstown,Hackettstown.
I-Ioboken, First
Jamesburg, First
Jersey City, First
Jersey City, Second
Jersey City, Hudson Co
Lambertville, Lambertville..
Morristown, Natl'l Iron
Morristown, First
Medford, Burlington Co
Mount Holly, Farmers' Nat'l
Bank of New Jersey
Mount Holly, Mount H o l l y . . .
Millville, Millville
Newark, First
Newark, Second
Newark, Essex Co
Newark, Newark City
Newark, Mechanics'
Newark. Nat. Newark Banking Company
Newark, Nat'l State B a n k . . .
Newton, Merchants'
Newton, Sussex
New Brunswick, First
New Brunswick, Nat'l Bank
of New Jersey
Orange, Orange
Paterson, First
Paterson, Passaic C o . . . . . . . .
PlainfieUl. First
Phillipsburg, Phillipsburg . . .
Red Bank, First
Rah way, Union
Rahway, Nat'l Bank of
Somerville, First




00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

$78,443 79
15,878 64
42,674 58
4,000 00
180,000 00
2,852 33
4,594 47
'21,000 00
66,000 00
4,500 00

$180,000 00
54,830 00
134,540 00
143,355 00
229,940 00
76,822 00
90,000 00
179,710 00
215,830 00
110,400 00

$81,109 20
130,172 58
196,484 21
260,720 03
1,251,696 11
64,553 97
28,538 59
151,359 28
621,367 79
171,538 04

951
892
1459
1259
1444
288
374
695
1182
1272
1113
1188
1191

150,000 00
200,000 00
113,350 00
150,000 00
110,000 00
75,000 00
400,000 00
400,000 00
250,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00

4,258 50
2,961 57
5,114 19
33,003 97
2,000 00
2,001 87
41,481 90
31,744 21
30,000 00
1,821 02
12,000 00
2,140 56
10,000 00

134,820 00
180,000 00
101,915 00
99,500 00
89,720 00
66,285 00
343,993 00
220,000 00
224,875 00
87,000 00
85,000 00
85,550 00
90,000 00

207,269 75
77,967 15
37,654 82
71,279 07
401,358 15
47,975 28
782,980 21
660,326 40
581,402 48
81,201 75
241,378 52
178,237 75
87,004 42

1168
1356
1270
52
362
1217
1220
1251

200,000
100,000
100,000
250,000
300,000
300,000
350,000
500,000

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

8,000 00
32,000 00
4,000 00
40,103 87
40,722 23
100,000 00
122,238 14
300,000 00

169,900 00
84,000 00
76,250 00
249,520 00
295,000 00
269,888 00
295,800 00
421,994 00

179,806 87
116,851 76
123,667 98
279,807 52
250,559,24
328,666 14
608,181 00
1,026,795 79

1316
1452
876
925
,208

500,000
600,000
100,000
200,000
100,000

00
00
00
00
00

13,512
96,500
1,088
51,561
14,883

79
00
35
76
78

330,000 00
444,874 00
89,803 00
161,930 00
89,855 00

1,351,210 70
580,839 72
74,662 82
86,227 16
27,819 63

587
1317
329
810
447
1239
445
881
896
395

250,000
200,000
250,000
100,000
150,000
200,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
200,000

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

5,000 00
30,000 00
30,000 00

224,710 00
91,000 00
224,730 00
89,950 00
86,340 00
162,575 00
86,135 00
* 89,974 00
42,460 00
131,500 00

200,939 C8
150,877 49
506; 643 61
19,926 66
123,156 81
123,167 08
182,961 29
101,996 50
242,523 76
36,349 31

1096
1222
1346
431
1209
1114
1221
487
1436
452

$500,000
100,000
150,000
200,000
260,000
100,000
100,000
200,000
400,000
125,000

8,489 47
35,960 44
9,113 44
5,000 00
3,000 00
3,999 35

EEPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
on the morning of the first

Monday of October, 1866—Continued.

Deposits of IJ. States
disbursing officers.

United States depoaits.

LIABILITIES.
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33
fi'

3
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£

$50,843 56
10,551 16
13,368 14
29,422 01
100,967 72
12,471 15
15.617 90
37,314 56
47.618 38

$68,713 20

29,140 79

2,313 15
2,051 63
3,318 94
26,251 39

81,151 94
57,405 87

23,716 61

$5,157 30

29,298 06
93,367 03

.a

17 21

20,799 33

O,

220,460 68

51,692 31




II.

•S
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s

$1,766 54
231 87
8,358 06

4,029 42
176 31

2,570 80

47,453 14
44,092 26
7,141 74
4,216 52
36,618 59
13,829 86
4,710 67

1.834 53

5,543 15
11,032 77
2,951 11
61,413 87
61,979 68
143,838 15
56,172 58
245,044 95

2,465 56

751 70

6,354 37
31,476 95

$5,066 50
7,028 49
5,631 58
115, 696 89
2,336 90
5,763 74
10,749 78
7,436 16
4,414 63
8,553 87
5,981 88
829 47
. 5,565 75
12,229 46
2,174 97
48,246 26
20,039 46
13,568 84
2,215 13
4,806 29
9,373 82
6,533 24
6,451 74
7,233 59
5,313 02
15,039 23
10,284 80
9,006 16
8,832 45
36,727 00

$62,965 00
8,994 00
25,455 00
19,120 00
11.991 00
1,783 00
55,325 00

7,790 00
8,450 00
8,992 00
17,886 00
6,627 00

7,233 00
10,238 00
5,611 00
16,676 00
4,087 00
6,192 00
9,106 00
11,957 00

39,429 00
16,968 00
37,173 00

253,468 16
1,037 24
4,026 38
2,129 39
6,975 53

50,687 00
49,464 00

1,303 48

10,029 68
4,230 63
27,284 24
3,363

3,684 00
34,723 00

121 47
1,386 97

11,186 81

240,255 40
6,353 67
24,851 28
47,574 11
19,661 33

78,850 17
8,980 76

76,815 77
10 92
1,485 29
19,502 86
56 24
31,980 35
2,785 12
4,436 17

If

£

15,020 81

*

ti

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26 628 09

17,205 97
4 , 8 5 1 82
7,929 08
11,950 57
6,401 571

19,106 00

7,331 00
3,505 00
13,650 00

10*3*

106

REPORT OF T H E "COMPTROLLER OF T H E
Reports of the condition of the National

CURRENCY.
Banking

Associations

RESOURCES.

T I T L E O F BANK.

1.
1

**

New Jersey.
National Bank of—
'Salem, Salem Nat'l Banking
Company.
'Trenton, First
TFrenton, Mechanics'
Tom's River, Ocean Oo----..
Vincentown, First
Woodstown, First
Washington, First
Woodbury, First

1326
281
1327
1400
370
399
860
1199

Total..

$237,758 79
426,112 97
502,357 07
74,688 72
104,595 95
76. 916 95
120,221 09
165,990 99

$678 59

$5,800 00 $3,702 98
16,381 98 13,250 72,$18,000 00
17,024 52
1,200 00 , 468 96 £03 j
1,962 43 1,539 90
4,600 00 1,012 91

129 85

7,000 00

16,800,608 34 30,600 07

537,103 54

70,172 93

Pennsylvania.
198
Allegheny, First
77G
Allegheny, Second
161
Allentown, First
373
Allentown, Second
1322
Allentown, Allentown
247
Altoona, First . . . . .
403
Ashland, First
1094
Athens, First
138
Bethlehem, First
135
Brownsville, First
648
Brownsville, Monongabela..
293
331oomsburg, First
309
Butler, First
459
Bellefonte, First
Berwick, First
Bristol, Farmers* National
717
Bank of Bocks County
667
Blairsville, First
897
Brookville, First
926
Birmingham, First
21
Carlisle, First
143
Conneautville, First
300
Curwensville, First
332
Chester, First
355
Chester, Delaware County.
371
Columbia, First
641
Columbia, Columbia...
Coatesvlile, National Bank of
575
Chester Valley
569
Corry, Corry
605
Corry, First
593
Chambersburg
664
Carbondale, First
768
Clearfield, F i r s t . . . . . . .
Clearfield, County Nat. Bank. 855
774
Clarion, First . . . . .




420,233 65 3,250 85
274,310 43
173,945 05 2,581 04
102,846 66
347,509 54 1,507 37
111,591 98
279,593 56
113,474 76 2,503 34
304,618 75
56,876 51 2,064 0)
128,141 23
117,207 96
70,937 86
202,441 45
79,884 23
142, 084 50
53, 096 25
90, 140 95
169, 816 21
. 217, 748 64
67, 999 37
73, 696 26
138, 491 26
547, 788 63
164, 383 37
743, 702 27
278,293 07
93,328 95
93,941 68
259,971 29
36,750 00
78,434 43
69,427 76

159 90

784 45

430 00

736 98

1,579 <

22,084
25,000
29,397
1,904
16,802

11
00
50
87
09

6,701
1,643
3,849
3,012
2,831

21
55
05
45 1,538 15
09 5,681 33

7,375
777
10,958
1,138
2,681

52 70

8,061

2,628 57
802 95
1,241 36
1,568 07
2, 646 31 1,050 00
851 00
. 1,597 08
1,634 84
834 32
3,180 76
5,383 57 8,804 26
20 50
638 92
7,192 70

78 3,153 88
16
28 3,500 47
00 1,664 92
853 11
69
1,745 77
3,000 00
607 44
1,544 50 6, 666 79
1,132 06 1,495 58

670
2,396
7,146
9,632
720
3,869
7,848
14,000
1.2C8

10,000
10,700 00
22,296 40
12,919 45

1,697 39
1,215 73 5:000 00
1,155 69
2,250 62
2,687 00
641 06 9,111 87
263 65
1, £83 83
6,172 31

1,334 95

39 37

EEPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
on the morning of the first Monday of October, 1866—Continued.
RESOURCES.

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$33,543 $10,000 00
94,559 78 5,821 72
96,780 77 45,544 66
13 173 04
23,328 43
13,809 57
5,962 14
21,332 29
5,375,337 21 429,903 65

48,754 34
7,599 87
43,225 27
56,115 87
47,066 16
39,230 00
64,766 88
16,431 48
64.406 97
15,846 49
111, 010 54
61,317 15
12,973 10
33,291 57
17,879 94
53,335 48
20,339 69
14,002 40
17,747 98
11,822 72
14,102 12
58,603 13
20,199 58
40,283 96
30,682 08
121,354 87

$152,000
512,000
372,000
75,000
103,000
80,000

S£
S§
C £
Q

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f4

!

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$1,050
70,000
20,000
10,000
13,950
6,050
150

$7,400 $3,020 70 $37,595 00
27,133
83,364 98 $18,000 00
30,094
634 58 117,668 05 43,400 00
930
100 00 20,710 36
2,773
9,542 46
7,426
76 20 17,108 20
5,166
490 86 27,827 00
1,646
148 47 71,179 00

10,324,150 1,761,800

502,168 88,818 93 2,739,061 99 434,641 44

106,000
100,000

664 30
3,950 99
3,099 85
964 38
49,707 03
21,462 63

567 16
770 92
2,310 00
66,486 85

1,356 19
2,603 22

4,962 71

350,000
155,000
155,000
205,000
200,000

174,300
27,000
84,300
79,150

161,000

52,750
200
1,600
80,000
17,800
89,500

192,500
106,000
202,000
80,400
200,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
77,000

30,700
103,450
15,000

100,000
85,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
100,000
81,000
100,000

74,700
21,500
24,200
38,250
50,150
1,250
2,450
20,350

160,000
150,000
509,000

10,000
32,100

83,780 22
26,678 76 14,949 99
42,179 92
105 80
52,906 15 3,737 68
58.407 17
18,740 44 6,106 41

185,000
100,000
100,000
260,000
110,000

15,000

24,580 34,

100,000

139 18




90,000
60,400

100,000
1,450

31,735
458 52 159,726 74
84,360 00
4,773
44,925 50
3,769
47,300 11
572
83,669 00
2,730
81,845 18
7,224 1,886 30
230 44 58,773 93
2,971
1,515
7 75 20,199 79
40,097 87
4,342
42,207 32
6,243
93,167 47 25,500 00
22,242 24
38,578 00
10,422
2,902 1,501 34 39,776 06
66 09 41,808 31
495
45 85 14,376 00
4,911
481
3,569
426
1,036
2,921
4,000
9,998
6,943
2,214
114

666 13
10 00
384 50
419 00

4,260
12,592
3,543
5,900
1,754
1,656

360 22
1 18
6,450 00
114 24
9 47

5,324

281 371

420 00
150 00
29 20
90 00

44,482 61
23,638 00
23,128 99
51,457 85
51,845 60
34,090 85
24,645 00
29,737 00
67,947 99
34,945 00
54,353 00

5,000 00

78,544 10
45^ 448 76
29,150 00
80^703 85 70,124 05
23,463 00
16,368 30
29,350 21

10*3*

108

REPORT OF T H E "COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
Reports of the condition of the National

Banking

Associations

LIABILITIES.

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New Jersey*
National Bank of—
Salem, Salem Nat'l Banking
Company
, Trenton, First
'.
Trenton, Mechanics*
Tom's River, "Ocean Co
Vincentown, First
"Woodstown, First
"Washington, First
Woodbury, First

1326
281
1327
1400
370
399
860
1199

Total....

$1,900 00
14,057 99
4,357 1C
984 23
3,087 82
1,614 77
7,599 IS
20,000 00

$130,885 00
449,569 00
279,000 00
. 54,990 00
, 89,945 00
65,170 00
89,294 00
89, 990 00|

$189,732 24
113,641 68
247,331 50
50,311 07
57,880 19
57,945 24
62,160 97
159,921 51

11,283,350 00

1,607,246 25

8,681,116 00|

14,076,137 87

350,000 00
150, 000 00
150,000 00
200,000 00
200,000 00
150,000 00
175,000 00
' 100,000 00
200,000 00
75,000 00
200j000 00
50,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
75,000 00

40,821 19

312,800 00
135,000 00
134,735 00
180,000 00
169,785 00
134,745 00
157,446 00
89,990 00
179,190 00
67,405 00
178,665 00
43,933 00
80,255 00
87 500 00
67,465 00

409,953 97
263,895 60
149,325 14
51,936 25
242,895 41
132,295 68
172,712 50
63,279 27
213,568 92
71,758 00
260,288 56
158,395 67
77,527 71
292,188 86
52,886 96

$150,000 00
500,000 00
500,000 00
75,000 00
100,000 00
75,000 00
100,000 00
100, C O 00
O

Pennsylvania.
198
Allegheny, First
Allegheny, S e c o n d . . . . . . . . . . 776
161
Allentown, First
373
Allentown, Second
1322
Allentown, Allentown
247
Altoona, First
403
Ashland, First
1094
138
Bethlehem, First
135
Brownsville, First
Brownsville, Monongahela . . 648
293
Bloomsburg, First
309
Butler, First
459
Bellefonte, First
Berwick, F i r s t . .
568
Bristol, Farmers' National
Bank of Bucks C o u n t y . . . . 717
Blairsville, First
867
Brookville. F i r s t . . . . .
897
Birmingham, First
926
21
143
Curwensville, First
300
Chester, First
332
Chester, Delaware County.. 355
371
Columbia, First
641
Coatesville, National Bank of
575
Chester Valley
569
Corry, Corry
605
Corry, First
593
Chambers burg
664
Carbondale, First
768
Clearfield, First
Clearfield, County Nat. Bank 855
Clarion, First
774




60,000 00
4,260 00
30,279 79
25,000 00
5,917 42
2,000 00
7,000 00
6,500 00
20,915 38
10,000 00
2,186 46
3,000 00

92,220
80,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
100,000
75,000
100,000
300,000
150,000
500,000

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

54,725
1,972
918
8,877
11,386
2,000
7,500
2,478
9,152
4,300
100,000

97
27
45
39
06
00
00
98
26
00
00

82,895
71,990
90,000
. 88,964
45,000
89,400
67,500
89,805
141,500
132,000
436,185

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

135,752 77
49,321 89
62,603 40
185,001 65
260,906 92
33,218 68
92,976 48
115,314 16
385,541 78
98,268 53
356,557 76

200,000
100,000
100,000
260,000

00
00
00
00

68,799
3,000
2,296
54,452
2,245
2,000

40
00
94
89
86
00

157,376
90,000
90,000
233,500
99,000
85,791

00
00
00
00
00
00

202,267 51
128,170 68
102,831 19
224,595 60
84,783 43
36,234 82

86,950 00

58,709 14

110,000 00
100,000 00

100,000 00

6,349 06

i
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10*3*

EEPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.

on the morning of the first Monday of October, 1866—Continued.

$40,960 95

$95,995 20

$48,107 88
107,115 51

7,926 84
1,748 76

100,745 89

101,152 50 1,758,902 31

59 22

190,786 86

375 75
22,400 00

25,624 61
30,027 91

16,504 37
23,170 39
83,038 57
8,226 95
63,009 68

43,114 37

43,695 34

220 75

43,835 11

468 95
2,912 72
22,171 08
475 76
1,413 49

2,279 95
38,591 55
6,572 85

360 73

44,156 33
271 70
2,067 96

1,885 62

13,001 35

14,396 14

6,203 15
872 42

1,915 50

1,437 27
25,655 51
7,547 56
2,811 48
.30,298 02




5,566 51
8,566 10

4,402 51
1,181 42
18,526 25
4,350 13
1,658 27.

$18,539 63
20,303 21
80,957 74
4,313 68
6,079 94
7,669 59

$14,318 0 >
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1,141 76

$6,953 46
5,818 39
530 96

0,065 27

716,723 98

g

Profits.

Due to other banks.

Due to National Banks.

Deposits of U. States
disbursing officers.

United States deposits.

•X

LIABILITIES.

160 83
2,300 82
338 10

2,256 00

$505,374 87
1,289,589 37
1,250,592 24
196,984 94
262,058 2 7
S
207,399 60
266,980 93
375, C58 03

914,207 52

635,639 00

39,915,262 29

18,054 03
16,159 74
10,593 92
11,183 84
17,633 15
2,286 59
13,361 49
10,969 34
22,611 60
5,302 78
6,466 15
17,579 28
2, 428 63
39,880 48
3,470 75

26,012 0C
10,855 00

15,121 00

11,895 00

11,563 88
4,981 11
3,473 54
3,989 03
6,214 49
3,466 42
6,431 81
3,895 63
16,235 22
5,033 02
25,906 16

14,409 00

15,867 78
3,076 89
4,330 48
15,257
3,085 171.
540 84 .

9,060 00

5,952 111

26,425 00

34,383 00

1,232,810 05
587,435 :$4
546,782 04
£01,047 34
761,665 64
495,668 59
609,618 17
266,714 37
711.535 21
225,965 78
678,230 09
282,187 90
262,397 80
558,521 62
208,395 56
437,608 57
208.536 97
259,063 35
386,832 07
407,108 11
228,085 10
251,717 98
337,149 £8
861,892 32
397,979 54
1,483,938 04
657,773
324,247
300,850
843,015
303,802
226,224

20
57
86
78
69
93

257,960 31

110

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Reports of the condition of the National

Banking

Associations

o
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T I T L E OF B A N K .

1
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Real estate, furniture,
and fixtures.

RESOURCES.

•d
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Pennsylvania*
National Bank, of—
Catasauqua
1411
Danville, First
325
1078
Danville, Danville
Downingtown, First
338
Downingtown, Downingtown 6C1
Doylestown, Doylestown
573
Erie, First..
12
Erie, Second
606
Erie, Keystone
535
Erie, Marine
870
Easton, First
1171
Easton, Easton
1233
Franklin, First
189
Girard, First
54
Gettysburg, First
311
Gettybburg, G e t t y s b u r g . . . . . 611
Glen Rock, First
435
Green Castle, First
1081
Huntingdon, First
31
Hollidaysburg, First
57
Hanover, First
,187
Harrisburg, First
201
Harribburg, Harrisburg
580
Honesdale, Honesdale
644
Indiana, First
313
Johnstown, First
51
Jersey Shore, Jersey Shore.. 1464
Kittannlng, First
69
Kittauning, Kittanning
1654
Lebanon, First
240
Lebanon Valley
655
Lebanon, Lebanon....
680
Lansdale, First
430
Lancaster, First
333
Lancaster, Farmers*
597
Lancaster, Lancaster County 683
Lock Haven, First
507
Lock Haven, Lock H a v e n . . . 1273
Lewisburg, Lewibburg
745
Lewisburg, Union
784
Lewistovvn, Miiflin County . . 1579
Marietta, First
25
Meadville, First
115
Meadvillc, Merchants'
871
Meadville, National Bank oi
Crawford County
1124
Mifflinburg, First
174
Miiton, First
253
Milton, Milton
711
Media, First
312




$303,115 : } SI, 421 62 $$9,950 00
1,000 00
113,995 i \
475 45
)
116,215 !
87,400 : )
4,922 39
132,075 L
4,713 95
4 95
>
353,736 5,000 00
58,950 : >
199 66
532 61
282,323 ) r 1,646 05
2,037 88
254,106 I r 6,362 13
12,063 69
153,753 : >
165 89
1,459 83
488,619 ! >
11, 677 66
596,805 ' S 8,230 00
8,000 00
121,829
1,818 35
26,764 1
1,002 45
745 86
94,646 I
700 00
104,872 !
. 5,000 00
72,998 J
73,344
1,264 05
171,682 J i . . . . . . . . . .
8,424 02
153,391 :
59.224 i
1,050 90
298,565 :
494,644 <
11,600 00
2,885 66
204,531
9,750 00
202,719 J
4,636 15
99,761 I
3,978 37
131,518 I
6,612 04
17,004 153,127 *
1,650 72
1,704 10
129,261 '
145,191 i
1,000 00
240,334 1
49,521 ;
3,253 47
206,950 I
18,000 00
473,360 <
10,000 00
424,833 <
12,644 93
108,306 (
1,741 44
307,708 !
21,497 42
1,340 00
184,662 '
157,885 !

108,001 :
173,846 <
114,285 <
127,434 !

310 28

480 29

$2,895 30
2,681 57
3,261 80
1,164 96
2,192 49
3,901 10
2,105 53
7,007 55
4,597 50
4,875 65
7,058 58
7,189 29
4,500 21
1,119 57
981 38
344 86
396 28
606 23

1,747 67
543 90
3,903 13
3,274 44
1,335 40
1,861 57
1,937 48
4,490 23
2,831 25
6,787 77
1,159 79
3,985 23
2,729 63
1,413 69
2,171 07
6,920 39
2,331 05
2,588 53
1,914 08
1,877 89
966 85
250 60 1,468 22
4,000 00 2,135 12
17,973 48 2,505 02
958 98
1,871 50
2,000 00
2,300 00

1,306
1,682
1,743
2,716

87
24
48
38

$23 40
1,229 52
7,500 00

2,247 76

799 65
2,032 50

2,933 96

4,729 31

2,094 55'
7,000 00

EEPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

10*3*

on the morning of the first Monday of October, 1866—Continued.
RESOURCES.
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1

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3
$

$28 73
8,017 19
699 82

C,

U

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$180,000

150,000
200,000
100,000
100,000

105,000
162,000
27,763
11,226
1,369
9,127
3,497
4,238

54
77
83
60
14
06

300,000
150,000
400,000
400,000
100,000

111,000

1,773 53
338 23
17,275
19,322
15
5,324
66,235

65
79
66
99
99

26, a53 07
2,681 98
424 42
5,377 32
935 41
25,873 67
32,648 18
10,140 46
4,259 21
10, 972 23
27,763 11
39 89
9,932 45




100,000
150,000
55,000
100,000
150,000
50,000
112,500
150,000
300,000
303,000
200,000
60,000
77,000
222,000
70,000
50,000
100,000

200,000
51,000
156,000
470,000
305,000
100,000
80,000
100,000
70,000
100,000

110,000
200,090
100,000
100,000
100,000

85,000

*

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28,850
9,000

495
718
7,297

10,150

8,028
4,000

400,000

I
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$5,315 $322 00 $44,977 00$16,800 00
$55,950
7,199
147 46 25,860 00
50,000
1,297
73j624 41
1,100
7,415
20,841 31
17,500
5,411
25,640 00
57,750
2,531 1,410 69 51,057 00
139,200
6,404
37,417 29
5,750 21,283
40 08 25,454 32
50,000
7,956
15 98 96,525 00
32,200
1,809
98 83 62,451 24
75,000 43,946
185 00 111,254 00 14,000 00
55,450 48,597 807 50 209,902 00 1,629 75
59,600 14; 729 930 00 102,371 00
38,600 . 2,130
38 52 19,958 00
50,350
7,665
7,290 28
60,800
9,066
16,000 00 2,524 17
12,400
1,025
12,649 79
26,650
7,
11,578 00
80,400
8,915 1,552 30 72,215 00
14,600
4,
100 00 28,071 65
76,600
6,195
25,398 23
150
5,343 345 25 101,660 45 66,000 00
100.000 15,043 1,629 00 108,000 00 31,900 00
38,750 18,619 1,200 00 56,021 55 5,000 00
5,300
4,640
42,968 40
56,300
8,331
27,545 72 2,800 00
2,029
500 00 29,816 00
5 82 30,040 01
141,650
1,319
392 04 34,897 55
120,150
1,665
80 85 46,656 00 9,925 00
18,050
5,700 977 91 35,000 00
• 22,000
53,620 00 10,000 00
1,100
14,310
16, 023 36
550
5,427
137,100
20 00 62,608 00
6,777
105,210 00
200,200
14,475 1,070 89
3,900
4,522 2,846 90 142,238 00
38,405 00
8,700
1,550 * 4,070 2,145 00 47,050 00
50,469 73 36,936 08
50,000 11,685
29,053 90
4,520
5,500
14,121 70
4,188
1,500
69,360 00
3,400
50,500
25
142 32 48,712 00
88,050 13r846
62,134
6,400

100,000

112,000

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30 29 35,824 08
25,393 85
120 00 17,020 29
384 00 21,828 51 7,000 00
37,940 80

112

REPORT OF T H E "COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
Reports of the condition

of the National,

Banking

Associations

*

%
B
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a
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m

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4

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3
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Surplus fund.

T I T L E OP B A N K .

Notes in circulation.

i

LIABILITIES.

£

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Pennsylvania.
National Bank of—

1411
325
1078
338
661
573
12
606
Erie, Second
535
Erie, K«y ston©
870
Erie, Marine
1171
Easton, First
1233
Franklin, First
189
54
Girard. First
311
Gettysburg, First
611
Gettysburg, Gettysburg
Glen Rock, First
435
1081
Green Castfcs, First
Huntingdon, First
31
Hollidaysburg, First
57
187
Hanover, First
201
Harrisburg, First
580
Harrisburg, Harrisburg
644
Honesdale, Honesdale
Indiana, First
313
Johnstown, First
51
Jersey Shore, Jersey Shore.. 1464
69
Kittanniug, First
Kittanning, Kittanning
1654
Lebanon, First
240
Lebanon Valley
655
Lebanon, Lebanon...
680
Lansdole, First
430
Lancaster, First
333
Lancaster, Farmers*
597
Lancaster, Lancaster County. 683
•507
Lock Haven, First
Lock Haven, Lock Haven... 1273
Lewisburg, Lewisburg
745
Lewisburg, Union
784
Lew is town, Mifflin County . . 1579
25
Marietta, First
Meadville, F i r s t . . . . . . . . . . . . 115
871
Meadviile, Merchants'

Danville, First
Danville, Danville
Downifigtown, First
Downingtown, Downingtown
Doylestown, Doylestown. - - .

Meadville. National Bank of
Crawford County
MifBinburg, First
Milton, First
Hilton, Milton




1124
174
253
711
312 I

$180,600 00
150,000 00
200,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
105,000 00
150,000 00
300,000 00
250,000 00
150,000 00
400,000 00
400,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
145,150 00
50,000 00
100,000 00
150,0C0 00
50,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
300,000 00
300,000 00
200,000 00
60,000 00
107,775 00
200,000 00
200,000 00
50,000 00
100,000 00
200,000 00
50,000 00
140,000 00
450,000 0
C
300,000 0
C
100,000 O
C
120,000 01
C
300,000 0>
C
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100,000 O
C
>
100,000 O
C
100,000 O
C
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200,000 0i
C
100,000 O I
C
300, 000 0(
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100,000 O)
C
85,900 0 )
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100,000 O)
C
100,000 0(
)

$152,175 00
$35,311 02
134,955 00
10,000 00
50,000 00
156,171 00
4,000 00
89,500 00
10,000 00
90,000 00
94,500 00
85,500 00
6,190 34
145,500 00
260,000 00
5,000 00
4,922 92
200,530 00
1,941 17
131,000 00
22,500 00
359,950 00
60,000 00
277,290 00
85,895 00
45, 660 25
1,905 87
89,955 00
1,920 30
89,935 00
130,500 00
16,290 10
47,812 00
2,815 59
2,46155
87,000 00
134,100 00
5,917 71
4,775 23
45,000 00
5,525 52
99,935 00
16,519 21
90.000 00
270,000 00
100,000 00
22,000 00
255,000 00
10,058 98 • 179,645 00
53,880 00
16,132 58
50,480 00
8,575 29
7, 979 02
199,195 00
39,160 80
2,364 52
45,000 00
35,000 00
74, 600 00
33,998 12
168,800 00
943 00
43,840 00
139,643 00
4,628 68
100,000 00
404,650 00
49,320 73
270,000 0
C
1,624 97
88,000 0•
C
18,000 00
68,000 01
C
45,695 57
62,970 01
C
1,260 ie
i
63,000 0>
C
1,442 18
1
86,058 0>
C
24,000 0>
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98,825 0)
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3,501 ie
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12 065 27

3,246 8i

2 900 0
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4,583 81
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10,295 0>
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10,500 0)
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$192,354 20
56,945 1
0
159,092 24
42,612 03
65,527 95
249,240 41
95,245 99
162,014 55
193,142 20
171,276 15
460,158 82
590; 865 11
316,445 71
9,439 10
55,384 88
38,221 29
82,992 35
47,156 31
218,012 47
174,403 62
81,754 25
357,196 7
4
429,302 81
159,071 70
99,643 5
4
155,998 73
72,145 62
100 00
78,105 1
9
176,741 69
112,534 52
201,998 49
27,519 01
345,484 83
342,938 89
404,10-2 27
72,362 48
290,692 96
199,983 65
111,201 93
49,113 86
212,722 88
189,508 30
133,558 79

89,900
76,500
77,280
90,000

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(X
)
0(
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X

44,303 66

51,878 88
83,071 48
210,259 46

EEPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
on the morning of the first Monday of October, 1866—Continued.
LIABILITIES.

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3
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3
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$37,530 54
8,079 94

$43,490 56 .

$980 66

5,953 83
14,689 66
60,207 89
40,427 31

$340 19
3,062 17
255 89
1,535 83
44,771
24,565 21
2,899 54

56,041 28.

39,713 27.

1,007 58
-103 10
319 48
2,804 91
10,746 85

- 8
<173 50

18,404 84 .

.51,228 45
34,376 36 .

1,499 34
6,583 51

6,870 01

3,284
5,241
5,466
15,214
39,479
91,495

55
50
61
52
32
66

8
5,594 32
10,099 22

43,975 08.
83,972 69 .

15,419 41 .
21,308 87.




383 77
5,631 12
5,562 29
9,981 27
14,371 33
5,612 00
52,914 38
19,645 71
5,860 54
29,391 28
10,882 65
2,542 79
185 68
6,311 54

770-50
865 13
1,133 94
4,095 79
7,433 27
944 68

72 50

264 12
6,184 41

3,514 35
495 54
671 26
7,635
6,730
17,087
70
1,509

23
25
34
46
64

& 8 76
288 74
433 46
3,611 04
15,085 44
15,609 77

$15,692 92
7,460 84
13,510 41
5,675 83
6,336 59
17,427 16
7,774 12
25,595 69
12,840 47
14,890 70
30,631 57
39,034 75
16,507 16
6,283 60
1,957 07
6,742 52
2,691 49
3,290 03
8,063 95
2,286 43
4,560 31
7,533 60
26,517 97
15,738 97
12,477 57
6,424 90
18,613 74
7,145 93
19,091 12
1,879 78
12,940 64
, 8,734 50
2,248 45
9,888 29
54,142 21
30,369 06
3,381 26
14,011 74
27,861 98
3,375 72
3,231 68
8,110 50
11,627 49
4,590 27
4,997 83
3,466 86
2,468 86
. 4,762 28
. 7,643 91

$9,62100
15,02100
3,065 00
15,434 00

29,967 00
33,893 00

33,423 00

49,318 00
11,981 00

10, 079 00
65,615 00
10,360 00
26,120 00

24,359 00
28,835 00
8,253 00
10, 679 00
6, 435 00

321, £86 00

5,773 00

10*3*

114

REPORT OF T H E "COMPTROLLER OF T H E

CURRENCY.

. Reports of the condition of the National

Banking

Associations

RESOURCES.

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Pennsylvania.
National bank of—
Mechanicsburg, First
Mechanicsburg, S e c o n d . .
Mercer, First
Mineraville, First
Mauch Chunk, First
Mauch Chunk, S e c o n d . . .
Mount Pleasant, F i r s t . . . .
Mahanoy City, F i r s t
Middletown
Mount Joy, F i r s t
M o u n t Joy, U n i o n
Muncy, First
Manheim, Monheim
Newville, First
Norristown, First
Norristown, Montgomery. - . .
Newtown, F i r s t . .
New Castle, First
N e w Castle, National B a n k
of Lawrence County
Northumberland, First
New Brighton, National Bank
of Beaver County . . . .
N o r t h East, F i r s t
O i l City, F i r s t
Oxford
Pittston, F i r s t
Providence, F i r s t
Pottstown.
Pottsville, Miners'
Potts ville, Government
Pottsville, Pennsylvania
Phcenixville
Plymouth, First
Plumer, First
Reading, First
Reading, National U n i o n * . . .
Reading, Farmers'
Scranton, First
Scranton, Second
Strasburg, First
Selin's Grove, First
Shamokin, Northumber'dCo.
Shippensburg, First
Susquehanna Depot, F i r s t . . .
Sunbury First
Towanda, First
Titusville, First
Titusville, Second

Tamaqua, First...




380

423
437
469
386
567
585
667
1516
837
912
60
272
1148
324
562
1156
566

741
173
728
478
521
608
649
1152
1663
674
707
854
125

77
49
42
357
689
834
1053
1237
39
622
879
1219

$150,496
107,361
76,052
34,729
320,798
. 131,148
44,274
84,212
193,069
74,588
. 169,356
107,009
70,583
211,085
276,018
428,644
118,148
163,760

89
80
25 . $192 67
69
31
24
21
09
460 79
39
76
41 1,053 11
94
73
60
73
350 00
85
13
64

238,530 24
90,792 48
122,936
40,061
137,359
128,579
355,075
73,594
251,282
857,788
71,064

93
13
58
29
84
97
92
16
90

210.773
58,742
74,568
65,289
484,355
693.774
275,968
296,482
89,699
122,545
136,559
76,859
43,029
126,053
118,057
97,062
130,695
188,026

10
79
15
16
07
30
90
17
56
39
77
56
58
69
32
18
13
25

$3,011 22
881* 31
1,923 76
2,205 93
763 35 $1,267
2,031 03 6,883
234 69
126
1,979 44
216
3,954 41
1,338 31
3,666 37 1,568 16 1, 924
2,335 96 —
1,649 40
7,020
4,677 87
,800
3,353 20
5,500
4,614 91
14,500
348 25 o 024
1,160
1,333 97
15,440

$1,625
500
889
5,538
1,870
914
8,870
3,323

1,315 00
400 00

2,350 00

3,458
, 1,089
6,400
8,323
6,890
1,172
7,580
24,591
5

15,000 00
8,967 95

620 89
4,615 23
631 07

1,537
1,547
675
5,211
2,000
666
24,913
6,500
22,445
23,397
7,490

75

16

681 22
4,804 78

95 1,277 96
21 2,399 29 3,612 56
00 4,943 70 11,736 92
53 3,195 73
69 2,503 02 35,000 00
74 6,119 42 7,847 62
00 1,273 85
72 9,367 67
20 3,502 88

10,320 76
9,444 89

1,351 33
9,493 76

867 28
4,523 57

00
44
37
60

09
37
00
29
00
34
44
00
49
38
33

573 86
1,086 62
1,544
1,849
8,178
4,650
9,416
1,564
1,958
1,902
4,973
1,385
3,732
2,584
3,374
4,109
3,036

36
70
81
27
57
27
17
00
82
03
20
60
34
52
62

8,734 01
4,92£

3,995 00
295 91

3,750 00

3,878 69
792 00

EEPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
on the morning of the first

Monday of October, 1866—Continued.
RESOURCES.

§
0

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$19,536 99 $11,263 81
7,798 99
493 54
17,283 35
116,356 27 1,631
257,030 20
605 72
17,092 13
23,513 81
22,086 06
11,806 97
382 94
64,530 64 18,041 08
21,695 02
16,755 33
32,153 13 10,000 00
23,583 63 15,082 39
194,337 77
76,998 84 3,042 52
17,412 05
645 73
8,841 69

$101,000
55,000
60,000
100,000
400,000
150,000
50,000
60,000
75,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
150,000
428,500
100,000
150,000

68,302 08 45,490 11
40,273 54

159,000
100,000

84,150

2,425
2,424

12 60

44,376 00
16,686 00

36,143 34
4,755 23
- 36,477 96 36,025 83
10,766 56 4,685 73
114,345 77 1,496 49
17,836 83
174,994 26 18,276 16
198,996 25
29,378 54 20,958 43

120,000
50,000
200,000
125,000
500,000
101,550
200,000
400,000
150,000

50,000
8,150
1,700
25,400
106,400
20,150
82,800
6,150
50,000

1,000
773
15,060
8,800
44,071
2,766
11,890
15,140
1,210

1,995 23

70,348 38
15,552 00
92,643 00
44,554 45
98,162 00
18,077 65
79,681 70
138,153 56
43,790 00

27,956 17
45,054 28
16,434 21
94,834 82
48,167 33
81,599 09
148,503 70
65,548 96
57,607 01
24,689 68
1,434 34
18,125 27
14,421 26
H I , 226 75
47,447 89
21,148 49
41,617 49

150.000
100,000
100,000
100,000
150,000
400,000
223,000
222,500
110,000
100,000
67,000
75,000
50,000
200,000
125,000
100,000
100,000

1,950
27,600

' 3,477

12,477 18
4,499 96
243 99
2,544
3,326
12,983
3,575

78
83
98
44

4,183 60

1,111

318 97
38,169 15
2,255 98
27,418 87
41,499 96
06 2,947 90




100,000'

$29,000
1,000
83,750
100,000
114,900
2,200
43,700
16,000
15,000
18,000
54,650
74,200
61,100
361,500
15,000
6,700

53,750
73,950
55,550
67,250
52,900
800
1,400
5,350
27,000
72,750
1,950
103,800
54,300

$11,225
5,640
9,419
2,500
34,000
2,736
444
, 2,973
4,334
8,271
825
2,371
8,245
1,723
10,219
13,215
4,649
3,767

$436 00 $74,693 00 $14,000 00
1,250 00
26,000 00
633 10 19,008 12
46,600 00
76,525 69
294 90 43,654 00
19,426 02
39,262 30
172 85 46,722 80
184 G
O 45.520 00
77 56 30,741 53
98 02 20,940 00
125 00 23,458 00
604 40 36,984 II
69,740 00|
400 16 214,250 00 20,550 00
15,760 00
221 40 37.521 88

221 90
680 24
71 26
22 42
276 89
437 99
. 708 09
485 80

3,680
3,765
3,495
27,956
33,129
5,650
8,995
410
384
10,833
837
12,980
1,992
10,807
22,954
414

1,230 00
2,230 37
626 65
56 04
150 10
46 90
134 19
155 85
202 00
96115

10,000 00

57,637 12
12,702 29
20,253 00
27,561 97
88,975 00
74,980 00
50,029 25
55,146 00
18,663 71
30,591 80
43,406 49
53,497 79
7,077 95
74,720 00 16,920 00
21,687 00
20,845 86
57,238 95
38,000 00

10*3*

116

REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
Reports of the condition of the National Banking Associations
LIABILITIES.

T I T L E OP B A N K .

JS
aa

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I
Pennsylvania.
National Bank of—
Mechanicsburg, First
Mechanicsburg, Second..
Mercer, First
MInersville, First
Mauch Chunk, First
Mauch Chunk, Second...
Mount Pleasant, First...
Mahnnoy City, F i r s t . . . .
Middletown
Mount Joy, First
Mount Joy, Union
Muncy, First
Manheim, Manheim
Newville, First
Norristown, First
Norristown, Montgomery
Newtown, First
New Castle, First
New Castle, National Bank
of Lawrence County
Northumberland, First
New Brighton, National Bank
of Beaver County
North East, First
Oil City, First
Oxford
Pittston, First
Providence, First
Potts town
Potts ville, Miners*
Pottsville, Government..
Pottsville, Pennsylvania
Phcenixville
.
Plymouth, First
Pluiner, First
Reading, First
Reading, National Union™.
Reading, Farmers'
Scranton, First
Scranton, Second
Strasburg, First
Selin's Grove, First
Shamokin,Northumber*d Co.
Shlppensburg, First
Susquehanna Depot, First...
Sunbury, Frst
Towanda, First
Titusville, First
Titusville, Second
Tamaqua, First




$100,000 00

$23,000
5,500
12,092
10,946
7,100
3,602
1,412
1,500
20,000
1,864
1,000
1,662

00
00
85
66
00
18
17
00
00
16
00
58

567
585
667
1516
837
912
60
272
1148
324
562

100,000 00
150,000 00
400,000 00
100,000 00
150,000 00

100,000 00
2,498 55
6,000 00

$85,000 00
49,500 00
54,000 00
86,900 00
350,000 00
126,950 00
42,965 00
53,490 00
45,000 00
82,000 00
83,185 00
85,135 00
89,974 00
89,840 00
133,500 00
360,000 00
87.750 00
135,000 00

1156
566

150,000 00
100,000 00

8,135 70
1,764 18

135,000 00
90,000 00

632
741
173
728
478

150,000 00
50,000 00

5,810 00

200,000 00

22,580 16

87,548 00
45,000 00
179,875 00
112,500 00
449,453 00
90,000 00
149,945 00
359,795 00
90,000 00

380
326
392
423
437

649
1152
1663
674
707
854
125
693
696
77
49
42
357
689
834
1053
1237
39
622
879
1219

50,000 00
60,000 00

100,000 00
400,000
150,000
50,000
60,000
100,000

00
00
00
00
00

100,000 00
100,000 00

100,000 00
100, 000 00

125,000
500,000
100,000
200,000
500,000
200,000

00
00
00
00
00
00

150,000 00

100,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
200,000 00
400,020 00
. 200, C O 00
O

.200,000 00
.100,000 00
100,000 00
67,000 00
75,000 00
50,000 00

200,000 00
125,000 00

100,000 00
200,000 00
100,000 00

4,000 00
18,722 05

10,000 00
11,000 00
2,000 00

100,000 00
105,152 89
5,000 00
17,410 32
1,262 00
12,509 50
5,708 77
38,533 47
80,000 00
40,000 00

10,000 00
3,459 19
6,139 64
2,645 32
600 00
1,500 00
12,471 21
13,000 00
2,725 46
1,481 48
28,^459 40

131,190 00
90,000 00
87,500 00
86,400 00
134.760 00
330,000 00
199,400 00
199,890 00
98,740 00
89,869 00
60,000 00
67,500 00
42,500 00
149,986 00
111, 500 00
86,500 00

^0,000 00
82,500 00

EEPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
on the morning of the first Monday of October, 1866—Continued.

Deposits of U. States
disbursing officers.

United States deposits.

LIABILITIES.
0
0
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$322 65

12,106 91 .....

80,519 29

377 00

59,708 01

$10,029 46i
6,263 47
1,312 76
9,451 85
67,629 13
41,524 59

13,858 89
2,838 35
1,734 45
7,792 74

4,939 72
9,950 18
2,554 74
3,029 23
9,752 95
55,521 51
11,728 25
2,156 12

3,550 12

781 00
20,423 53

$3,345 99
2,715 83

624 26
1,047 69

538 53

1
41,787 36

64,304 33

45,146 44
42,800 15

19,700 28




155 62
11,508 68
10,477 89
7,369 72
53,227 95
146,412 23
509 27
31,891 08
32,708 77
69 76
19,341 86
59,278 25
69,063 40
9,128 39
21,617 86
1,63188
2,037 79
13,898 30
1,557 92
1,375 62
29,900 81 ,
3,946 90
56Q 05
2,712 50
17,422 79

o

222 81
8,170 81
616 51
10,304 13
88 07
298 40 :
166 46
1,109 82
24,210 02
4,787 26
304 04
1,287 44

2,158 40
4,818 86

549 31
350 C8
971 88

3

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5 -§

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0
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24,545 77
45, 111 14

$58,237 2
C

£

.a

$9,181 50
3,034 14
3,944 74
10,327 91
14,145 94
3,7913 55
2,003 04
5,260 79
12,499 37
5,431 86
5,680 44
12,487 24
10,139 12
32,978 16
11,535 74
76,199 67
6,318 22
9,270 40

$9,000 00

9,767 00
5,588 00
6,357 00

26,445 00

10,408 57
4,172 70

13,711 00

5,557 72
10,914 26
5,443 48
7,789 43
14,381 87
9,696 63
19,001 81
41,371 50
11,763 68

155 00

4,318 54
3,810 71
3,635 53
6,804 81
14,231 86
36,592*02
16,810 56
21,246 71
7,160 80
3,880 61
6,018 94

15,643 00

21,941 00
46,715 00
47,646 00
5,884 00

4,335 00
36,100 00

5*556 18
965 32
45,076 06
8,674 37
18,752 10
16,967 45
$406 82

21,279 00

6,737 00

10*3*

118

REPORT OF T H E "COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
Reports of the condition of the National

Ranking

Associations

RESOURCES.

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T I T L E OP B A N E .

V

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s
£

Penniylrania.
National Bank of—
797
Tremont, First
Tunkhannock, Wyoming. . . 835
110
Union Mills, First
270
Uniontown, First
Uniontown, National Bank of
Fayette County
681
30
Wilkes Barro, First
104
Wilkes Barre, Second
Wilkes Barre, W y o m i n g . . . . 732
West Chester, First
148
West Chester, National Bank
of Chester County
552
Williamsport, First
175
WiUiamsport, Lumberman's. 734
Williamsport, West Branch . 1505
Waynesboro', First
244
Wrightsville, First
246
West Greenville, F i r s t . . .
249
Waynesburg, First
305
Waynesburg, Far's &Drov's.
Wellsborough, F i r s t . . . . .
Warren, First
Washington, First
York, First
York, York
York, York County
Total-

$74,316 44
64,731 69
59,870 55
67,074 17

$1,483 29
$1,500 00 1,687 67
692 52
988 29
500 00 1,438 06

79,116 20 $1,153 16
168,822 52
909 59
390,027 16
274 60
80,048 15
220,785 38
548 38

5,449 77
2,384 93
1,498 11
10,901 00
17,524 27

509,995 45
307,744 53
148,985 58
282,961 7u
41,626 50
48 06
122,621 41
100,130 07
175,000 00
180,438 83 6,300 00
58,205 49
146,429 27 9,213 59
161,339 05
170,109 63 1,116 47
443,886 57
143,657 53

2,669 53
2,883 56
1,889 66
6,650 00 2,700 88
544 52
2,045 30
3,261 09 1,119 28
85 00 2,036 64
7,000 00 1,974 46
685 42
63 20 4,638 87
4,568 50 1,101 68
4,037 02
165 86
19,734 52 6,070 63
4,028 81 9,704 00

1,209
4,614
6,754
2,433
4 697

12
40
94
94
67

$103 62
5,616 87

656 33

1,885 06
1,169 50

27,669,361 34 86,835 01 807,679 84405,254 02185,022 56

City of Philadelphia.
First
Second
Third
Fourth
Sixth
Seventh
Eighth
Farmers and Mechanics'..
Philadelphia
Penn
Nat. B'k of North'n Liberties.
Corn Exchange
City
Kensington
Nat'l Bank of Germantown..
N a t l Bank of Commerce
Commercial Nat'l B'k of Pa..




3,357,482 00 1,104 54
99,952 27 52,506 99153, 522 44
373,607 85
17,483 10 6,517 52
476,192 53 2,266 48 10,000 00 9,693 53
415,144 63
3,898 52 7,301 52
700 00
178,317 11
23,479 15 3,842 95
498 70
5,920 12 8,751 52
340,163 40
3,600 00 6,959 14 10,756 53
373,002 02
2,425,969 14
. 45
611 43 208,055 07
3,204,660 76
'36 81 150,592 03 42,732 94 16,741 28
706,101 09
21,000 00 12,905 93 14,562 50
56 96
7,500 00 8,213 71 1,462 40
1,720,724 62
1,080,321 15
19,145 79 17,556 63
464,668 49
20,000 00
561,201 72
4,759 26 10,008 31
457,524 55
10,000 00 7,564 18 6,962 50
437 35
629,096 87
1,012,535 39
50,000 00 13,688 59 25,871 68

EEPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
on the morning of the first

Monday of October, 1866—Continued.
RESOURCES.

£V
SS

W £

Tf

$ S

3

1

136,662 08
21,478 67
5,413 11
116,976 03
16,392 02
13,381 59
6,754 95
2,902 49
36,663 92
23,862 56
38,498 03
84,364 29
110,121 95
83,320 53
14,388 25

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$8,649 94
24,879 84
7,226 04
23,559 35 $10,015 35
58,258 47
30,095 73
105,737 95
38,468 42
235,663 25

-

2,081 57
2,142 30
165 15
5,553 53
21,655 94
2,356 15

620 00
432 31
3,069 74
2,369 00
353 59
275 39
12,548 94
3,845 55
291 34
24,317 79

Bj

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8 o!
O

J
8
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$100,000
100,000
50,000
60,000

$12,450
'22,900
1,750
7,550

$2,009
2,218
1,200
4,644

65,000
250,000
445,000
145,000
200,000

13,700
86,250
131,000
60,000
98,550

2,477
6,758
8,347
13,100
10,222

225,000
284,000
100,000
63,000
75,000
150,000
100,000
80,000
100,000
100,000
103,000
150,000
335,000
500,000
301,000

45,150
73,000

43,150
36,850
950
5,150
10,000
46,800
52,600
31,350
168,200
124,200
127,600

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$180 25 $19,689 00
27,306 29
6,330 62
73 01
428 89 51,909 00

) 00

1,328 07
154 27

62,026 73
53,018 75

3,550 00

40,000 00 10,871 57
41,677 00 2,479 50

61,000 00

12,822
503 33 104,137 75
3,067
72,708 35
2,137
29,602 15
9 12
18,624
845 10 53,316 40
1,983
23,122 25
226
7 00 24,156 70
21
37,214 57
15 00
68
28,549 40
1,314 2,208 79
33,500 00
5,135
23,345 00
8,917
23 50 32,829 12
2,715
356 19 69,685 55
6,531
95 25 77,243 99
9,845
116,736 00
10,777
49,387 00 25,537 28

7,654,929 56955,425 70 23,331,850 6,878,800 1,078,670 80,633 407,543,704 04 406,097 40

789,235
129,922
66,536
111,157
35,242
99,164
150,470
261,348
175,821
64,358
178,821
150,727
112,457
32,675
84,713
48,742
61,499

343,696 63
56
6,226
96
13,750

17
37
00
28

13,020 04
8,305 46
12,132 20
2,607 54
37,321 08
11,819 60
9,746 75
2,181 64
791 16




906,000 1,808,800
150,050
300,000
202,200
310,000
104,450
150,000
41,150
155,000
10,200
254,000
,77,200
275,000
800,000 200,000
228,500
1,150,000
200,000 205,000
520,000 253,850
276,400
500,000
340,000 242,600
275,200
250,000
50,000
200,000
200,000
700,000
466,650!

% 517,627
139,404
67,615 00
C, 012
550 00 232,106 95 2,500 00
50,023
210,383 00 25,000 00
3,700
93,788 13 47,435 72
7,658
176,769 66
7,000
195,267 00 4,000 00
55,795
611,299 501,693 793,972,862 04 79,591 22
109,595 54,362 833,020,475 00
15,944 7,040 6l| 464,756 00 27,900 00
44,000 20, o o i oo; 778,980 00 147,700 00
27,330
259 37j 662; 452 75
113,309
516 03( 594,467 00 33,500 00
1
42,327 17,774 50 566,168 00 44,000 00
J
11,742 1,947 91 314,047 68 27,000 00
I 535,570 00
40,551 10,773 99 914,531 35371,582 11

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Reports of the condition of the National

Banking

Associations

LIABILITIES.
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Pennsylvania.
National Bank of—
Tremont, First
Tunkhannock, Wyoming....
Union Mills, First
Uniontown, First
Uniontown, National Bank of
Fsyette county
Wilkes Barre, First
Wilkes Barre, Second...
WilkaB Barre, Wyoming.
West Chester, F i r s t . . . . .
West Chester, National Bank
of Chester County
Williamsport, First
Williamsport, Lumberman's.
Williamsport, West Branch..
Waynesboro', F i r s t . . . . . . . .
Wrightsville, First
West Greenville, First
Wnynesburg, First
Waynesburg,Far f s & Drov's*
Wellsborough, First
Warren, First
Washington, First
York, First...
York, York
YoJk, York County..

797
835
110
270

$ 1 0 0 , 0 0 0 oc
100,000 oc
50,000 0C
60,000 00

$1,657
2,000
1,561
2,138

82
00
63
11

$84,685 0C
90,000 00
45,000 00
53,495 00

$19,008 88
59,460 08
29,653 68
109,350 99

681
30
104
732
148

65,000 00
250,000 00
400,000 00
150,000 00
200,000 00

9,815
7,262
40,753
4,590
16,000

61
32
62
60
00

58,485 00
225,000 00
400,000 00
110,000 00
179,930 00

151,654 56
84,334 49
218,829 14
110,229 95
334,350 54

175
734
1505
244
246
249
305
839
328
520
586
197
604
694

225,000 00
284,950 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
75,000 00
150,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
150,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
150,000 00
300,000 00
500,000 00
.300,000 00

81,702 65
6,569 36
1,648 32
53,328 67
6,500 00
4,500 00
3,000 00
2,467 02
7,000 00
14,162 07
60,000 00
54,350 00
10,000 00
16,051 12
30,484 04j

202,200 00
253,000 00
85,000 00
56,485 00
66,825 00
134,185 00
89,383 00
71,935 00
89,500 00
89,702 00
89,700 00
134,865 00
298,730 00
433,180 00
234,800 00

500,994 98
143,820 94
75,736 20
298,400 30
50,194 08
51,278 98
55,916 48
110,920 88
82,249 02
52,503 43
152,375 25
159,189 12
256,695 93
213,627 63
83,840 74

23,958,615 00

2,699,480 21|

19,957,364 00

24,359,190 37

1,000,000 00
300,000 00
300,000 00
150,000 00
150,000 00
250,000 00
275,000 00
2,000,000 00
1,500,000 00
500,000 00
500,000 C
O
500,000 00
400,000 00
250,000 00
200,000 00
250,000 00
610,000 00

350,000 00
35, 362 37
19,653 00
1 0 , 0 0 0 oo:
8,281 11
4,529 43
14,316 0i|
410,494 43
750,000 00|
22,747 78
400,000 00
108,068 48
140,000 00'
150,000 00
100,000 00
100,877 25
130,253 09,

795,995 00
249,746 00
262,318 00
133,860 00
135,000 00
218,500 00
230,220 00
591,270 00
997,930 00
176,320 00
450,000 00
415,900 00
302,000 00
209,425 00
178,471 00
174,485 00
620,000 0 0

4,536,472 99
348,498 92
513,566 93
697,082 20
274,587 98
401,248 07
662,415 45
5,608,407 23
3,622,384 12
1,046,067 97
2,094,621 58
1,234,256 65
930,378 79
1,169,340 93
620,789 24
877,260 99
1,877,015 90

Total.,

City of Philadelphia.
First.......'...;:;;:;::;...;
Second
Third
Fourth
Sixth
.......
Seventh
Eighth
Farmers arid Mechanics' . . . .
Philadelphia.....
Penn.
Nat. B'k of North'n Liberties.
Corn Exchange
City
Kensington
Nat'l Bank of Germantown..
Nat'l Bank of Commerce—
Commercial Nat'l B'k of Pa.




1
213
234
286
352
413
522
538
539
540
541
542
543
544
546
547
556 |

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on the morning of the first Monday of October, 1866—Continued.
LIABILITIES.

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$5,442
308 43

15,369
31,417
2,207
21,122

$21,933 97
39,423 50
85,116 32

$323 14

4,915 84
7,053 17
29,390 87
13,258 07
11,027 14

45
72
51
33

18,653 57
32,494 33
25,590 36
10,927 86
1,195 32
5,184 53

$9,040 37
3,135 92
2,280 60
2,619 26

10,000 00

83 97
483 19
22,371 79
7,630 17

44,059 42

8,206 02
2,432 91

18,575 62
11,038 83
6,530 41
15,723 31
2,410 71
4,617 62
5,794 16
5,18i 75
23,414 64
2,118 33
17,494 88
8,940 61
15,420 80
53,066 42
19,716 18

2,117,751 81

273,919 37

1,794,233 67

2,

100,024 83

95,314 88
40,325 96
37,301 80
14,689 96
9,494 90
16,947 78
8,964 C
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94,931 13
151,727 62
41,083 35
89,293 96
44,675 26
33,780 22
34,489 33
22,763 08

$408,84

229 35

557 60
827 85
872 85

3,566 04
1,624 97
39,031 04

1,360,357 37

8,598 66

531,084 26
74,011 20
138,518 30
5,322 93

75,122 33
44,270 22

137,765 26
50,595 20
36,254 46




>9,737
5,547
113,186
26,519
9,727
26,436
485.
351,596
935,989
24,773
230,228
355,724
51,968
1,779
13,887
19,651
153,103

803 34
3,445 05
89 07
10,582 44
15,371 86
180,349 01
207 57
3,068 58
38,680 75
17,088 89

8,068 60
19,598 80

56,425 20

I

$220,157 74
254,904 43
128,495 91
227,603 36
$452 00

14,700 00

3,460 00

13,381 00

31,683 00

290,323 01
610, 953 40
1,159,823 85
~ 404,986 13
847,546 33
1,060,586 82
776,571 07
294,505 29
548,246 14
202,682 71
350,593 98
•254,966 49
294,070 69
383,846 66

260,110 80

64,868 00
34,414 00

404,601 17
518,243 70
881,329 92
1,311,37103
713,318 04

1,282,336 00

77,811,846 46

10,815 00

5,485 00
5*070 00
15,149 00
2,220 00
7,942 00
22,547 00
8,068 00
6,050 00
7,680 00

10,308,629 94
1,053,491 57
1,385,347 74
1,040,919 69
. 587,160 08
928,244 17
1,191,401 00
9,152,678 38
8,182,649 99
1,816,330 63
3,782,361 26
2,837,290 68
1,933,753 98
1,837,582 25
1,180,231 81
3,436,393 82
3*674,076 70

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Reports of the condition of the National

Ranking

Associations

RESOURCES.

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City of Philadelphia.
National Bank of—
Manufacturers'
Southwark
Consolidation
Union
Tradesmana'

557
560
561
563
570
592
Girard.
Bank of North A m e r i c a . . . . 602
610
Mechanics'
723
Central
656
Western.
623
Commonwealth
Nat'l Bank of Republic...
1647
Nat'l Exchange B a n k —
755

$1,185,742 60
270,619 34
601,765 50
1,477,044 05
698,075 37
1,946,471 43
2,509,501 73
911,526 78
1,128,398 70
864,555 80
440,853 32
2,432 82
165,866 72
29,979.767 48

Total

$185 65

$10,003 71
10,932 56
6,833 48
21,538 00
9, 627 29
24,319 33
10,879 33
17,969 95
21,153 27
14,779 76
10,561 33
7,699 23
4,773 32

$100,435 00
430,900 22
82,494 63
$3,054 09
29,935 70
7,557 70
88,169 31
28,191 97
148,649 43
152 02

995,609 77 379,314 02

>6,027 01 1,840,789 61

37,000 00 IT, 335 34

42,580 £
14,872 06
11,143 05
6,446 71
18
5,310 07
3,491 06
67,263 43
25,862 36
7,577 i
5,791 05
6,689 48
86,376 68
13,554 65
8,999 53
77,376 32

$35,639
15,000
43,518
1,502
16,000
50,000
40,000
3,000
46,000

11,200
56,863
21,500
4,699 22

37,706 48

7,630 26

152,422 60
128,865 66
14,257 97
48,466 07

City of Pittsburgh.
First
Second
Third
Fourth
Merch'ts and Manufacturers1.
Citizens'
Pittsburgh N a t B'k Com'rce.
Iron City
Tradesmens'
Farmers' Deposit
Mechanics'
Union....
Allegheny
German..
Peoples*
,
Exchange..

48
252
291
432
613
619
668
675
678
685
700
705
722
757
727
1057

Total

1,027,116 37
485,000 59
577,443 63
98,939 95
58 75
581,875 83 25,880 10
1,034,447 91 2,079 02
497,135 21
980 31
581,578 83
441,295 59
1,230,405 88
317,158 60
542,888 22 2,652 55
665,147 18
378,484 59
579 40
843,879 10
1,926,200 73
11,228,998 21 32,230 13

10,000 00 7,804 91
47,443 07
28,217 80
44,208 13
3,666 00
20,000 00
4,500 00
16,000 00

42,662 02
37,985 34
38,153 57
56,500 00

8,533 74
5,364 04
6,491 12
14,916 93
3,161 54
11,579 02
G, 523 94
I t , 152 21
10,404 86
6,553 89
7,461 98
11,247 08
12,034 94
21,972 38

6,000 00
4,140 76
5,339 73
2,086 50
16,000 00

6,015 95
47,077 90

386,335 93 162,537 92 86,660 84

383,335 47

Delaware*
Delaware City, Del. C i t y . . . , 1332
Dover, First
1567
Middletown, Citizens'....
1181
Newport, Newport
997
Newark
1536
Odessa, New Castle County.. 1281
Seaford, First
795
Wilmington, First
473
Wilmington, Nat'l Bank Wilmington and Brandy wine.. 1190
Wilmington, Union
1390
Wilmington, National Bank
1
of Delaware....
1420
Total.,




134,034 05
90,484 72
163,295 14
64,271 60
91,224 40
86,299 03
56,898 12
381,860 06
512,652 98
367,883 90

335 32
23 42

00
38
50
00

8,063 56
1,147 78
17,000 00

1,508 74

1,008
1,607
678
764
137
1,899
419
1,575

20,000 00
23,116 17

4,748 11
3,490 57

15,000 00

1,150 00

254,487 07
2,203,391 07

7,500
1,420
935
7,280

42
05 2,942 15
88
51
00
23
98 2,317 25
37
10 46

3,195 50

101,463 39 19,524 62

2,591 91
2 420 88
466 00
11,808 06
1,341 <
195 66
11,755 5i

2,914 50

10,932 41
6,464 05

8,184 36

51,672- S

3,697 39

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on the morning of the first Monday of October, 16—ote.
86 Ciud
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RESOURCES.
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$161,193 79
519,773 38
78,568 44
195,001 52
16,340 30
101,850 32
. 199,842 46
105,685 68
102,364 94
120,241 54
, 38,035
8,025 70
92.939 60

£ £
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$520,000
250,000
300,000 $113,000
250,000
10,950
202,000
38,500
600,000
100,000
900,000
100,000
565,000
225,000
710,000 1,072,800
141,500
715,250
241,000
63,150
67,000
83,000
200,000
150,000

6,418 46
30,925 32
556 71
49,322 98
6,028 92
7,423 29
31,949 40
6,894 55
3,712 46
713 66

4,292,757 78 606,295 13

12,588
26,349
80,745
17,965
1,798
107,116
2,674
161,616

400,000
300,000
402,000
306,000

600,000
514,000
500,000
400,000
400,000
300,000
500,000
250,000
500,000
275,000
900,000
940,000

150,000
100,000
250,200
15,600
108,700

339,000
38,450
3,150
200,000

7,687,000 1,205,100

3,194 55
2,556 14

62,000
100,000

10,000

80,01X)
2,842 36

7,797 47

78,000
50,000
75,000
50,000
340,000

79,484 33
58,699 94

2,478 71
3,871 30

200,000
203,200

, 62,732 18

9,030 81

110,000

fill, 770 9G 31,771 34

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$29,475
$363,370 00
20,237 $11,356 16 577,318 95 $38,000 00
2,259
268,615 00 7,700 00
41,000
384 72 596,161 68
16,234 3,413 05 513,551 92 7,280 00
43,415 10,697 54 1,783,388 21
43.825 147,331 892,522,215 00
90,390 9,000 001,463,875 00 102,525 26
12,565
1,478,271 17
21,800 1,419 00 675,873 75
60,595
431,576 00
17,169
68,988 00
19,357
138,110 73

t

$2,406,458 14
2,144,323 26
1,511,172 90
2,657,497 93
1,617,305 65
4,687,656 78
6,638,273 76
3,538,547 98
4,560,502 48
2,798, 443 48
1,429,549 57
326,150 02
848,643 70

12,156,500 7,263,900 1,704,010 798,522 38 26,219, J82 63 965,714 31 87,493,089 34

839,376 81 19,858 36
6,763 15 4,908 14
129,734 39
55,685 27 1,451 43
111,502 73 89,949 49
. 153,594 85 15,398 90
86,464 47
488,497 8339,907 70
26,518 60
. 64,852 01 1,950 77
93,567 23 8,508 74
108,098 55 6,394 60
163,146 79 10,315 99
90,967 52
475 16
297,955 82
163 23
292,428 10 3,324 00
3,009,154 12 202,606 51

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1,348,200




1,600
110,000

17,397
28,177
38,575
5,
120,388
3,757
2,600
6,778
5,748
3,625
10,906
67,226
34,268
7,598
697
17,844

5,000 00

6,183 50
20,507 00
11,547 67
1,400 00
6,413 11
2,310 00
3,280 00
105 00
6,165 71
1,235 63

6,011 00

383
68
550
73

94
50
97
14

1,816 68
40 00

137,100

8,000 00

28,757,55785

40
56
28
00 2;133 80

6,820 1
<

172 00

1,533

2,407 00

68,735

28,416
10,565
15,133
10,7
10,245
12,309

63,601 60j

8,715
3,
15,500

1,962,615 92
1,033,172 42
2,035,223 75
.1,476.462 48
1,230,303 96
1,787,150 35
1,033,655 32
2,379,337 09
3,844.056 53

371,453 70,158 823,923,986 90

3,537
3,081
7,000
427
635
18,569
5,560
16,032

2,853,531 84
.1,023,880 06
1,623,202 39
,660,938 04
2,280,711 98
1,976,387 63

297,867 00
166,354 21
302,329 51
120,598 63
474,960 00
169,126 95 8,000 00
147,043 00
340.598 00
104,413 93
396,380 00
191,021 00
201,350 67
271,606 00
207,562 00
230,376 00
302,400 00

47,526 64.
39,834 00 .

1,356,728 09

355,589 87
251,519 51
. 348,805 06
194,141 70
159,330 97
309,296 80
127,653 53
1,111,249 06
886,538 18
714,422 43

37,215 00 77,090 98

591,888 93

5,512 23 282,376 56 79,224 78

4,950,436 04

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Reports of the condition of the National Banking Associations
LIABILITIES.

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City of Philadelphia*
National Bank of—
557
Manufacturers'
560
Southwark
561
Consolidation
563
Union
570
Tradesmans'
592
Girard Bank of North America..«... 602
610
Mechanics'
723
Central
656
Western..
523
Commonwealth
1647
Nat'l Bank of Republic
755
Nat'l Exchange Bank

$570,150 00
250,000 00

300,000 00
300,000 00

200,000 00
1,000,000 00
1,000,000 00

800,000 00
750,000
400,000
237,000
200,000
300,000

00
00
00
00
00

15,642,150 00

Total.,

$131,679
73,079
127,337
34,624

85
44
62
29

100,000 00
300,000 00
1,018,758 28

200,000 00
50,000 00

$448,104 00

208,010 00
270,000
222,988
179,015
502,800

00
00
00
00

800,000 00
430,000 00
599,144 00

100,000 00
60,000 00

177,085 00

5,500 00

168,950 00

4,985,562 43

10,147,536 00

City of Pittsburgh.
First
48
Second
252
291
Third
432
Fourth
Merch'ts and Manufacturers'. 613
619
Citizens'
Pittsburgh Nat'l B'k Com'rce. 668
675
Iron C i t y . . . .
678
Tradesmen's
685
Farmers' Deposit '.
700
Mechanics'
705
Union
Allegheny
. 722
757
German
727
Peoples*
1057
Exchange

500,000 00
300,000 00
400,000 00
300,000 00

800,000 00
800,000 00
500,000 00
400,000 00
400,000 00
300,000 00
500,000 00
250,000 00
500,000 00
250,000 00

175,393
21,877
34,226
11,002

86
96
78
22

80,000 00
86,579 64
8,000 00

80,000 00

1,700,000 00
8,900,000 00

Total...*

8,000 00
60,000 00
216,159 87
25.705 80
115,495 97
39,880 47
12,946 24
50,000 00
1,025,268 81

1,000,000 00

360,000 00
264,685 00
356,050 00
269,655 00
542,000 00
403,000 00
450,000 00
353,822 00
349,700 00
270,000 00
402,250 00

218,000 00
432,410 00

218,660 00
800,000 00
800,000 00
6,490,232 00

Delaware.
Delaware City, DeL City.
Dover, First
Middletown, Citizens'....
Newport, Newport
Newark
Odessa, New Castle County..
Seaford, First
•Wilmington, First
Wilmington, Nat'l Bank Wilmington and Brandy wine.
Wilmington, Union
Wilmington, National Bank
of Delaware
Total.,




1332
1567
1181
997
1536
1281
795
473

80,000 O
O
100,000 00

1190
1390

200,010 00

1420

80,000
75,000
50,000
75,000
55,000
400,000

00
00
00
00
00
00

203,175 00

110,000 00
1,426,185 00

1,500 00
633 60
880 72
868 52
16,132 92
11,540 49
181 08
14,000 00

46,990
89,615
63,000
67,370
44,935
52.968
44,250
300,000

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

68,970 00
32,892 51

170,050 00
182,850 00

111, 557 43

98,900 00

259,157 27

1,160,928 00

EEPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
on the morning of the first

Monday

10*3*

of October, 1866—Continued.

$59,754 ST

56,104 78

89,673 12

128,567 06
1,427,043 69

103,691 06

$49,355 7(
19,999 7!
16,852 IE
646,586 73
2,959 39
337,044 72
397,823 74
342,397 62
695,852 20
514,085 16
7,246 45
55,608 66
2,719 73

$9,111 4S
16,363 5S
8,260 47
220,189 78
19,337 94
220,389 62
20,430 35
105,509 30
3,762 50
9,497 85
5,128 61
5.095 11

$45,575 4f
S
102,388 85
I
13,889 95
i
31,753 O•
S
142,235 93t
140,142 7£
1
61,930 11
245,374 84
94,156 89i
56,329 84
25,833 71
6,809 03
18,927 51

8,308,875 37 1,032,446 87

19,235 78
25.646 45
7.179 31
2,953 97
14,446 75
3,385 81
1.180 73
10,810 92

$2,406,458 14
2,144,323 26
1,511,172 90.
2,657,497 93
1,617,305 65
4,687,656 78
6,638,273 76
3,538,547 98
4,560,502 48
7,240 O> . 2,798,443 48
C
1,429,549 57
326,150 02
848,643 70

104,,989 72

65,364 76
10,435 61
32,484 76
1,687 33
7,591 72
20,000 00
12,512 07

360,229 41

482,841 32

234,915 97

1,014,816 59

577 73

160,946 46

32,178 63
1,031 26
95
3,219 63
6,686 65
3,280 10
5,133 88
20,173 43

1,503 78
2,988 19
6,051 00
2,656 85

4,927 66
2,631 14
4,301 47
4,103 23
664 93
1,084 97
1,570 15
13,481 73

77,714 15
52,032 56

8,822 98
4,743 33

18,005 57
9,704 61

154,947 00

45,189 47
19,236 70
31,946 48
13,4 L4 29
88,427 70
70,250 33
8,831 68
143,699 07
14,783 67
38,472 07
31,038 71
16,316 27
57,335 16
27,867 28
32,710 30
375,297 41

56,053 96
95,494 67

_

$13,753 (X
)
3,955 0<)
6,956 0<3
6,537 0)
£
5,245 0()
5,760 0()
19,680 0 )
C
C
5,610 0 I

1,785,623 98

61,296 42
69,830 79
70,820 90
11,942 50
17,894 06
361 56
74,125 43
6,989 03
42,003 42
32,946 93
18,779 80
5,332 15
114 60
28,888 98
853 28
40,661 47

160,946 46




245,761 45

27,343 86

71,226 68

87,493,089 34

2,853,531 84
1,033,880 06
1,623,202 39
860,938 04
114,390 00
2,280,711 98
82,000 00
1,976,387 63
1,356,728 09
1,962,615 92
73,864 00
1,033,172 42
• 2,035,223 75
1,476,462 48
87,867 00
1,230,303 96
1,787,150 35
73,151 00
1,033,855 33
2,379,337 09
3,844,056 53
160,440 00
591,712 00

9,779 00
8,181 00
794 00
14,828.00

,

28,757,557 85

255,589 87
251,519 51
348,805 06
. 194,141 70
159,330 97
309,296 80
137,653 53
1,111,249 06

1^907 00
3,730 00

886,538 18
714,422 43

10,751 22 V 11,391 00

44,310 21 .

Aggregate.

3
8
Q

Stato bank circulation
outstanding. ,

g

l Profita.

1
I

Due to other banks.

Deposits of U. States
disbursing officers.

United States deposits.

LIABILITIES.

64,610 00

591,888 93
4,950,436 p i

126

REPORT OF T H E "COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
Reports of the condition of ike National

Banking

Associations

RESOURCES.
g
B
T I T L E OP BANK.

II
P§
3

S
€

9
ft
a
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Maryland*
National Bank of—
Annapolis, First
Annapolis, Farmers*
1244
Cumberland, First
381
Cumberland, Second
1519
Chestertown, Kent
1500
Elkton
1236
1434
Easton, Easton
1138
Frederick, Central
Frederick, Farmers and Me
chanics*
1267
Frederick, Frederick County. 1449
1589
Frederick, First
1412
Frostburg, First
1431
Hagerstown, First
747
New Windsor, First
1211
Port Deposit, Cecil
742
Westminster, First
Westminster, Farmers and
Mechanics'
1526
Westminster, Union
1596
Williamsport, Washington Co. 1551
Total..

$69,114 72
333,428 86
120,363 84
156,847 32
80,345 59
27,423 81
243,709 34
229,300 29
. 137,154 02
165,118 76
115,907 00
126,611 46
121,018 05
57,955 49
225,687 95
80,699 01
98,069 80
107,852 71
116,472 50

$332 15
1,871 55
3,779 82
164 70

1,300
682
6,000
472

27
78
00
54

448 63
3,229 63

$59,716 14
$1,730 27
$13,342 20
$3,164 63
12, 000 00 3,200 90
622 35
50 00 1,237 48
253 07
1,610 38
2,500 00
789 65
14,005 91
5,769 83 1,354 86
1,687 50
12,000 00 3,210 77
2,270 90
8,000 00
514 60
4,500 00
5,000 00
11,590 52
3,500 00
4,600 00
912 92
5,000 00
6,888 92
4,236 00
5,000 00
3,500 00

1,775 49
1,229 22
304 79
1,783 52
749 38
309 52
5,245 38
1,143 64

1,700 25
4,636 30

9,516 15
1,265 94
6,449 59
101 46
2,230 00
87 00
1,052 50
2,039 12

652 68
959 57 5,435 92
2,185 18

1,220 32
4,145 34

2,603,080 52 18,758 40! 108,390 1

27,862 30 15,190 17

108,535 20

1,287,875 61 2,900 55
474,193 04
609,677 75
853,470 74
926,487 92
975,637 68
861,873 79
1,570,464 78
192 25
1,190,754 55 6,789 45
1,411,110 85
1,230,781 65 5,500 00
1,556,672 05
1,885,569 78

19,763 16
-7,761 56
7,714 96
11,347 78 11,809 12
4,491 24
04
9,379 95
05
6,142 20
16,525 71
6,225 10
26 74
6,027 35
80
13,335 48
06
5,090 50
8,077 10

125,464 62
47,115 44
6,225 79
12,824 24

476 33

City of Baltimore.
First
204
Second
414
Third
814
National Exchange
1109
Nat'l Farmers and Planters' . 1252
Commercial and Farmers'
1303
Western
1325
Merchants'
1336
Farmers and Merchants'
1337
Citizens'
1384
National Mechanics'
1413
Baltimore
1432
Baltimore, Union Bank of Md. 1489
Total..

14,834,570 19 15,382 25

48,086
34,466
32,569
7,000
9,988
15,000
25,000
25,000
12,233
9,020
50,000
53,701
322,065 25

95,693 84
180,261 23
151,934 43
5,293 71
7,939 20
19,518 75

121,882 ( 11,836 81 652,271 25

District of Columbia.
Georgetown, National Bank
682
of Commerce

42,726 97

637 73

696,549 58

8,234 89

10,700 00

1,092 44 14,812 04

3,304 81

72,181 25 34, 111 52 22,063 35

111, 718 79

City of Waahiugton,
First
. National Bank of the Me, propolis...




281,254 53

2,586 89

4,126 08 17,368 77

33,811 or'

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

127

on the morning of the first Monday of October» 1866—Continued.
RESOURCES.

» *s
3 g
«

s»

« £

,§

O

*

•g 8 "3
• 3 I
a

$172,460 12
147,057 64 $45,480 05
74.727 57 4,943 44
32,005 45 13,640 50
28,413 63
11 43
20,649 48 3,384 49
69.831 38 7,443 20
38,576 82 1,685 73

$105,000
86,500

29,564 17
877 98
53.728 26
781 40
14,236 96
280 15
10,978 37
46.832 07
180 00
30,055 16 21,661 87
3,447 88

125,000
125,200
100,000
50,000
100,000
55,000
150,000
100,000

8.455 05 5,453 10
1,967 61
27,427 48
498 90
810,595 10 106,142 24

1,871
121,298
45,061
.55,227
24,735

61,268
219,924
33,336
316,445

• 61,682
16,243
1?4,089

.fi

!
S

hi

s

126 70
18,331 06
1,212 70
1,453 26
2,849 87
838 11
106,521 02
22,569 52
10,692 43
11,162 41
220,082 47
2,693 84

1.297,987 57 •8,533 39

21,031 88 6,001 22

168,901 98
73,043 22 17,231 14

100,000
100,000
50,000
30,000
200,000
200,000

5
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»
°

»

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j
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$50,300
69,600
83,35o|

22,600
20,600
25,200
14,450

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^ g
* t:
2
s i

$17,504
$107
$59,583 05 $8,700 00
32,143 20,473 68
49,976 48101,977 63
860 15 28,673 00
2,466
8,966 92
30,130 85
5,
. 28,620 3,564 42 24,200 00
9,333 35
10,283
61,756 15
11,422 6,316 54
61,547 23
7,373 3,409 65
6,821
7,287

221 30
1,668 00
368 17
258 09

I
I
$544,215 92
893,476 32 .
433,078 80
377,089 79
253.050 63
110.051 02
643,160 28
564,857 32

40,000:
1,300
62,300
25,300:

1,701
3,721
4,542
320
2,935

381 00
106 79

62,377 55 33,500 00
40,540 01
46,148 00
16,583 15
18,743 75
11,054 59
500 00
30,738 03
21,420 31

75,000
91,550
150,000

* 4,450
1,250
5oo;

200 00
1,753
41 1,088 22
6,620 21
726

19,310 00 7,500 00
31,611 00
12,839 91 18,837 18

228,309 26
247,976 35
344,229 03

1,993,250

563,950

147,244 54,610 76

636,566 41 171,014 83

7,365,190 30

910,000
390,000
600,000
533,900
650,000
300,000
500,000
1,300,000
505,600
450,000
400,000

424,650
272,400|
50,000

19,173 2,737 44
11,595 8,884 56
19,227 4,662 16
127 93
8,000
245,540 106,923 54
20,986 200,500 00
83 77
43,929
86,520 6,043 78
3,273 3,124 18
160,995 25,196 28
184,852 21,186 28
8,996 60,123 50
74,359 4,518 od

425,039 54
291,668 00
164,075 00
188,564 00
879,000 00
336,618 18
254,059 39 9,231 80
414,000 00 75,129 28
355,250 00
271,963 00 68,400 00
276,576 00
509,507 90 171,550 00
427,075 08

3,432,493 31
1,540,081 75
1,633,781 64
1,873,417 77
3,069,123 68
.1,880,695 22
1,849,920 36.
4,000,582 10
2,386,983 84
2,844,465 01
2,219,390 54
3,626,204 62
3,149, 602 55

15,000

100,000,
27,755'

200,100
200,000'
1,8<J
83,100
111,400

1,020,000
500,000
8,059,500 1,343,450'

100,000

56,500

500,000 1,456,400
202,000




447,600

1,618

411,307 66
418,518 84
402,839 75
239,949 83
343,894 25
132; 314 06
532,441 89
. 244,429 30

887,445 444, 111 42 4,793,396 09,324,311 08 33,506,742 39

759 75

25,403 57

290,823 41

92,523 14,330 76

390,490 00

3,567,505 12

796 00 103,002 70

1,190 480 40

. 7,853

7,'

128

REPORT OF T H E "COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
Reports of the condition of the National

Banking

Associations

LIABILITIES.
B

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«

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Maryland.
National Bank of—
Annapolis, First
Annapolis, Farmers'
Cumberland, First
Cumberland, Second
Chestertown, Kent
„ Elkton
Easton, Easton
Frederick, Central
Frederick, Farmers and Mechanics'
Frederick, Frederick County.
Frederick, First
Frostburg, First
Hagerstown Firat
New Windsor, First
Port Deposit, Cecil
Westminster, First
Westminster, Farmers and
Mechanics1
Westminster, Union
W i l l i amsport, Washington Co.

826
1244
381
1519
1500
1236
1434
1138

$100,000
251,700
100,000
100,000
50,000
50,500
200,000
200,000

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

$2,343
17,867
20,000
4,156

1267
1449
1589
1412
1431
747
1211
742

1S5,000
350,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
55,000
300,000
100,000

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

1526
1596
1551

75,000 00
91,517 00
150,000 00

10,822 63
7,887 63
30,436 28

2,398,267 00

10,000 00
44,000 00

$89,437
74,975
90,000
90,000
35,000
27,000
148,185
174,770

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

$334,652 80
445,966 25
215,561 84
174,544 21
155,894 36
27,661 61
211,141 14
130,518 53

40,000
11,500
1,000
10,122
23,867
977
16,765
1,594

100,590
308,125
88,568
44,955
75,000
49,470
89,975
89,870

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

123,811 32
113,180 92
166,046 69
67,556 59
126,516 13
24,878 79
110,947 83
50,653 33

63,345 00
57,270 00
89,051 00

63,682 60
64,457 87
37,417 93

253,339 62

1,585,586 00

2,645,090 74

1,110,000 00
350,000 00
600,000 00
600,000 00
800,000 00
512,560 00
500, 000 00
1,500,000 00
650,000 00
500,000 00
600,000 00
1,210,700 00
1,258,725 00

50,083 09
60,600 00
13,023 12
10,000 00
88,550.00
120,822 28
70,000 00
172,100 00
92,911 48
•200,000 00
8,743 06
140,000 00
12,000 00

804,450 00
350,000 00
479,700 00
477,300 00
585,000 00
264,590 00
422,975 00
934,780 00
448,000 00
378,000 00
357,500 00
737,645 00
419,900 00

749,514 82
602,246 90
432,107 35
572,160 51
1,209,941 68
891,736 79
687,790 94
954,899 59
711,732 49
1,291,128 46
1,003,099 19
1,261,642 69
1,116,740 90

10,191,985 00

Total

00
99
00
06

1,038,233 03

6,659,840 00

11,484,742 31

89,652 00

76,136 31

00
00
00
15
47
00
07
34

-

City of Baltimore.
First...
. 204
Second
414
Third
814
National Exchange
1109
N a t ' l Farmers and Planters'.. 1252
Commercial and Farmers'... 1303
Western
1325
Merchants'
1336
Farmers and Merchants'
1337
Citizens'
1384
National Mechanics'...
1413
Baltimore
1432
Baltimoro,Union Bank of Md. 1469
Total.,
District of

Columbia.

Georgetown, National Bank
of Commerce

682

100,000 00

26

500,000 00

125,000 00

433,000 00

409,507 74

526

200,000 00

30,000 00

178,000 00

33,316 71

, City of Washington.
First
National Bank of the Metropolis




EEPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
on the morning of the first

Monday

of October, 1866—Continued.
LIABILITIES.

>-a
i jjf

G 3

a-s

) 77

$37,389 64

$42,307 86
2,369 80
1,271 48
105 96
1,426 95
21,805 14
7,124 81

$606 03
370 59
1,168 49
59 59

2,822 53
2,378 31

397 09
1,712 49

2,247 49
8,382 89
979 08
102 75
203 49

102 15

8,486 87
1,279 77
2,034 33

2,687 30

105,132 96

379, 550 19
49, 108 84
23, 982 86
81, 386 19
62,732 72
18, 029 84
409 56
176, 085 39
398, 469 01
30, 445 20
107, 986 93
38,
144,233 27

169 68

$17,783 12
14,115 78
4,976 57
5,949 55
6,795 72
3.912 46
29,972 00
2,572 30

$7,657 00

5,195 00
22,059 00
5,702 00

9,634 72
12,265 12
3,445 39
5,388 45
2.913 76
1,009 19
8,534 24
2,102 69

9,052 00
19,357 00

1,442 03

1,892
856 08
8,201 46

2,392 00
24,708 00
25,646 00

8,715 44

142,321 46

144,677 00

5,274 11
73 08
12,022 97
660 10
262 29
2,791 60
27,355 12
7,100 26
320,178 04
44,797 28
59,316 96
3,875 82

114,374 01
51,207 26
40,538 97
38,331 25
39,159 42
34,661 02
45,988 26
74,532 00
40,980
56,268 31
24,042 03
66,048 08
109,127 56

1,579,309 94

483,707 63

735,308 77

23,346 07

1,197 20

491 83

43,779 67 .

44,670 44

217,445 86
77,518 75 .
44,356 26 .
82,166 85 .
219,437 76 .

640,925 48

783,390 13

1,801 23

1,801 23

74,117 34

618,637 96.

9




73,375 61 1,137,834 14

31,280 16

43 50

16,663 09

113,819 14

9,578 00
7,214 00
6,117 00

63,642 00
38,033 00
51,965 00
160,830 00
37,790 00
68,445 00

73,222 00 .
I l l , 962 00
85,000 00
690,889 00

10*3*

1094

REPORT OF T H E "COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
Reports of the condition of the National

Banking

Associations

RESOURCES.

T I T L E OF B A N K .

8

£ I
4 3

•a
ft

City of Washington.
National Bank of—
Nat'l Bank of the Republic . . 875
National Metropolitan Bank.
Total

$56,898 72 $3,601 00
343,037 22 5,126 07
1,377,740 05 16,961 96

$67,331 19 $5,199 01
71,912 43 8,383 20

7,672 11
8,266 65

214.011 76 51,819 81 55,370 88

Virginia.
Alexandria, First
651
Clarksville, First
1658
Charlottesville,Charlot'sville. 1468
Danville, First
1609
Fredericksburg
1582
Harrisonburg, First
1572
Lynchburg, Firat
1558
Lynchburg, Lynchburg
1522
Norfolk, First
271
Norfolk, Exchange
1137
Petersburg, First
1378
Petersburg, Merchants'
1548
Richmond, First
n i l
Richmond, Nat'l Bank of Va. 1125
Biehmond, Nat'l Exchange.. 1155
Biehmond, Farmers'
1570
Richmond, Planters*
1628
Staunton, First
1585
Staunton, Nat'l Valley
1620
"Winchester, Shenandoah 1635
Total

188,510 32

1,036 14
529 50

134,072 50
65,615 85
105,288 23
93,719 34
113, 775 59
99,429 87
189, 693 45
241,958
204, 525 19
176,204 16
334,118 35
317,180 98
337.081 68
14,387 86
377,645 44
92,574 80
124,492 10
148,803 42

4,828 26
240 15
245 75

3,019 70
2,722
1,002
14,144
6,617
6,881
5,583

39
35
89
38
93
17

2,708 44
2,344 86
22 70

3,359,077 62 51,398 11

10,096
5,665
22,953
21,027
15,537
18.413

00
59
77
72
74
64

1,000 00
11,456
10,691
83,816
39,208
21,200
9,667
4,767

4,536
630
2,939
1,370
1,630

41
68
30
18
15

1,782 45
2,245 38
2,716 22
6,215 53
4, 676 69

20
98
73

6,406
5,396
6,142
20 3,130
87 11,676
85
625
2,241
1,305

73
53
82
61
98
68
44
36

1,500 00

.........
3,188
4,254
250
1,881

75
55
00
25

2,048
4,116
4,730
6,085

74
81
37
44

29,702 45
1,447 30
1,543 47
561 90
1,5£0 00
2,144 07
1,091 34
819 44
60,737 47
2,687 30
' 20,728 74
97,325 W
59,930 18
32,400 57
47,637 84
11,531 85
3,572 83

4,165 00

276,033 48 65, 669 34 32,220 91

West Virginia.

Total..




72,862 00
80,776 83
27,893 59
105,559
78,657
246,554
116,748
166,378

60
56
17
93
93

75 00
4,235 29
1,503 19

1,406 75
1,039 23
474 19

6,000 00
26.239 03
1,295 79
17,000 00

349 24
> 509 66
,

CO
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xrf

Clarksburg, Merch'ts' Nat'l
Bank of West Virginia. - . . 1530
Fairmount, First
901
Kingwood
1608
Morgantown, Merch'ts' Nat'l
Bank of West V i r g i n i a . . . . 1502
Martinsburg
1524
Parkersburg, First
180
Parkersburg, Second
864
Parkersburg, Parkersburg... 1427
Point Pleasant,Merch'ts' Nat'l
Bank of "West Virginia 1504
Wheeling, First
360
"Wheeling, Merchants Nat'l
Bank of West Virginia 1343
Wheeling, National Bank of
West Virginia
1424
Wheeling Nat'l Savings B ' k . 1594
Wellsburg, First
1387
Weston, National Exchange. 1607

2,141
215
4,461
1,906
1,261

619
1,911
1,011
2,388

2,253 88
4,835 00

1,361 42

76
30
50
45
05

164,522 24
291,537 91

172 73
4,262 00

13,542 26
15,701 65

805,233 74

1,085 48

2,078 39 . 17,144 89
1,326 91
14,361 20

38
15
83
40

32, 692 00 4,255 92

108,073
231,071
76,877
46,009

22
2,829 25
508 16

06
45
10
55

2,618,756 66 13,145 83

2,666
2,512
681
555

95
00
76
55

2,000 00

4,962
5,525
4,050
2,981

04
00
00
69

149,590 30 30,667 29 33,903 12! 197,295 54

EEPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF THECURRENCY.10*3*
on the morning of the first

Monday

of October, 1866—Continued.
RESOURCES.

•3

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o

£m o
L *«
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£
fl -o «

£ &

$58,255 57
63,765 47

$6,008 61
1,358 48

363,966 24 24,598 23
43,461 87
883 94
1,985 06
55,403 96
9,354
5,755 76
34,202 50
30,173 43
61,358 70
34,657 36
5,173 44
39,776 40
87,845 63
64.343 84
92,237 63

II
£ ja :
O

a
o

5
o

$190 000 $340,550
250,000
212,250

$21,194 $4,562 00 $34,230 92
12,044 7,651 75 267,457 08 $29,032 18

1,142,000 2,456,800

133,421 27,340 51 795,180 70 29,032 18

2,435 88
5,000 00
25,507 50

100,000
30,000
153,000
50,000
70,000

88 72
3,872 66
793 8:
34,957 6
<

110,000
102,000
100,000

112, D00

84,450

50,000
53,850
51,000
11,850

5,705
10,921
17,005
2,416
187
7,640
14,033
17,042
6,333
2,831
7,483
32,469
21,525
31,270

62,821 00
15,782 60
331 50
781 88
2990
800 00
874 17
13,671 00

35,419 35
26,824 89
11,312 50
17,756 21
26,195 00
39,606 85
57,729 51
45,433 13
105,699 00
44,955 00
40,252 44 28,909 55
91,861 48
78,742 85

61,828 67 5,396 44
20,853 56 2,031 81
19,766 66
241 02
23,199 99 18,284 73

153,000
120,500
140,000
207,000
200,000
167,800
100,000
150,000
102,000
100,000
130,000

2,300

27,305 4,938 54
600
4,040
2,285

i, 262 76147, 534 97

2,397,300

414,200

211,090 52,113 26

33,066 72 9,708 93
14,445 11
118 92
9,349 10

100,000
96,000
100,000

13,000
32,300
35,150

2, 692
. 5,651
327

40 40
269 65
78 39

26.109 00
34,044 76
16.110 00

30,098
6,690
99,234
24,083
28,927

3,350
1,000
57,500
14,750
5,500

3,436
245
6,457
3,251
36,004

5,118 78
80 Oo

5,681

110 000
50,000
157,000
110,750
125,000

24,971 53
31,594
48,079 55
24,617 43
23,390 00

43,694 33
63,022 24

481 32

180,000
200,000

50,000
101,050

2,361
14,968

108,491 11

), 698 02

506,500

240,750

63,559

200,000
100,000
100,000
101,500

101,650
16,400
35,700
27,250

4,000
4,109
3,20'
3,675

2,236,750,

735,350

66,748
36,592
17,694
18,355

08
28
34
40
78

30
08
74
91

10,155
36, 600 15
1,558 59
610 51

7,910 12

1,822 67
4,073 95

5,890 34
6,321 84

600,493 52




60,300
50,300
50,150

4,461 29
55 97
1,911 49
8,474 92

728 37

71,025 00
22,581 30
23,767 13
23,784 56

1,000 00

825,767 20 44,383 51

27,164 (X
122,457 43

4,000 00

3,711 20 137,951 50
5,643
808
369
123

00
16
86
31

17,702 32

74,357 00
57,882 61
34,276 00
24,106 45
707,112 06

4,000 0
U

132

REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
Reports of the condition of the National Banking Associations
LIABILITIES.

J
B

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T I T L E OF BANK.

S
3
O
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City of Washington.
National Bank of—
Nat'l Bank of tbe Republic.
National Metropolitan Bank.

$166,000 00
199,945 00
976, 945 00

$255,124 8
3
674,256 40
1,372,205 6
8

875
1069

$200 000 00
350.000 00
1,250,000 00

$5,941 92
10,000 00
170,941 92

651
Alexandria, First
1658
Clarkaville, First
Charlottesville, Charlottesv'e. 1468
1609
Danville, F i r s t . .
1582
Fredericksburg
1572
Harrisonburg, First
1558
Lynchburg, First
1522
Lynchburg, Lynchburg
271
Norfolk. First
1137
"Norfolk, Exchange
1378
' Petersburg, First..
1548
Petersburg, Merchants'
1111
Richmond, First
Richmond, Nat'l Bank of Va. 1125
Richmond, Nat'l Exchange. 1155
1570
Richmond, Farmers'
1628
Richmond, Planters*
1585
Staunton, First
1620
Staunton, Nat'l Valley
1635
"Winchester, Shenandoah

100,000 00
50,000 00
150,000 00
50,000 00
100,000 00
110,000 00
100, 000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
150,000 00
120,000 00
140,000 00
200,000 00
200,000 00
200,000 00
100,000 00
200,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
130,000 00
2,500,000 00

6,311 01

86,500 00

4,032 73
3,975 68

134,960 00
42,460 00
63,000 00
98, 750 00
89, 985 00
88,000 00
95,000 00
135,000 00
108,000 00
126, 000 00
180,000 00
180,000 00
144,000 00
85,000 00
87,900 00
89,970 00
89,615 00
116,565 00
2,040,705 0
0

281,169 24
5,009 01
62,541 21
113,267 1
0
45,933 7
8
20,873 56
114,222 8
7
111,481 58
249,471 2
3
292,000 52
157,790 6
7
190,192 59
418,804 7
2
390,327 01
462, 088 46
3,624 2
4
395,548 4
9
62,015 27
82,357 5
8
98,467 1
6
3,558,086 2
9

89,900 0
0
83,750 0
0
74,440 0
C

70,105 67
68,559 96
11,647 80

08
77
50
48
21

98,865 0
C
42,510 00
135, 000 0
C
94,345 0
C
112, 500 0
C

78,373 61
79,061 80
320,895 66
94,696 0
8
i:;4,476 3
4

180,000 00
200,000 0
C

3,600 00
30,000 00

161,830 0)
C
173,000 O
f
)

96,966 20
302,409 95

500,000 00

5,030 47

449,770 0(
)

883,870 91

200,000 00
i
100,000 0l
0
100,000 O
C
l
100,000 O
C
•
2,216,400 01
C

6,175 98
2,321 6
3
930 69
873 6
6
107,289 45|

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177, 900 0(
90,000 0(
)
89,895 0(
)
90,000 (
X
1,963,705 0(
}|

216,276 91
295,837 4
8
88,270 91
28,279 67

Total
Virginia.

Total

1,000
657
1,164
5,933
20,000
1,394
3,225
5,822
3,020
8,828

00
20
55
82
00
70
68
95
71
63

1,000 00
613 00
66,980 66

West Virginia.
Clarksburg, Merch'ts* Nat'l
Bank of West Virginia
1530
Fairmount, First
961
Kingwood
1608
Morgan town, Merch'ts' Nat'l
Bunk of West V i r g i n i a . . . . 1502
Martinsburg
1524
Parkersburg, First
180
Parkersburg, Second
864
Parkersburg, Parkersburg... 1427
Point Pleasant,Merch'ts* Nat'l
1504
Bank of West Virginia
360
Wheeling, First
Wheeling, Merchants' Nat'l
Bank of West V i r g i n i a . . . . 1343
Wheeling, National Bank of
1424
West Virginia
Wheeling Nat'l Savings B ' k 1594
Wellsburg, First
Weston, National Exchange
Total..




100,000 00
95,900 00
100,000 00

3,852 94
12,194 02

110,000
50,000
150,000
105,500
125,000

5,697
259
19,205
7,313
9,834

00
00
00
00
00

2,769,728 95

EEPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.

10*3*

on the morning of the first Monday of October, 1866—Continued.

s

®

a

$123,897 67
11,189 15

$21,262 00

1,537,114 91

95,379 34

*

26,659 20

44,046 95
21,492 67
21,970 73

58,449 25
69,137 47
14,870 46

256,626 73

$346 94
21,935 67

$406 41
1,926 54

209, ^77 36 1,140,210 59

6,621 63
728 18
9,964 48
2,953 39
1,552 63
4,020 66
2,203 58
6,693 01

3,586 50
4,168 93

1,464 68
5 00
4,660 21

70,130 03

25,775 10
32,562 81

128,467 94

5,802 83
70,171 87
1,534 73
50,076 39
4,814 56
4,397 95
1,201 61
1,193 63
3,574 46
3,635 88
2,377 18
183,518 65

2,448 45

2,385 18
389 03
787 14
3, 587 06
1,333 00
1,393 29
26,208 47

$22,523 36
17,455 37

Aggregate.

1

State bank circulation outstanding.

3
2
ct
0

Profits.

p*

Due to other banks.

Deposits of U. States
disbursing officers.

United States deposits.

LIABILITIES.
ofi

$795,503 13
1,286,708 13

87,921 98

6,840,196 78

11,811 49
37 03
4,880 59
5,147 64
4,319 58
3,737 99
• 7,489 66
3,964 51
6,751 34
6,245 83
8,424 58

522,659 07
55,774 22
370,547 94
217,803 81
214,805 99
239,846 89
314,563 31
360,010 81
548,779 09
633,468 36
465,781 82
460,953 00
962,205 42
904.442 20
865,475 56
191,939 68
720,483 94
260,275 29
280,466 04
354,150 76

20,891 83
24,190 61
29.602 92
2,113 83
32,254 76
2,382 56
2,851 29
6,74142

8, 944,433 20

183,839 46

267,219 23
274,219 70
191,625 15

982 00
1,066 77
1,133 25
979 59
1,790 27
3,582 96
5,277 78
7,427 19

29,248 96

2,378 61
3,568 95
4,404 10

34,493 57

5,289 97
1,592 04
19,450 82
4,529 02
2,898 43

299,205 25
175,213 88
677,849 39
311,661 36
426,629 74
484,941 09
844,590 69

465 49

30,220 49
33,224 93

75,196 47

9,604 38

5,693 37
300 23

6,631 03
20,854 73

97,644 40

5,639 89

21,913 79

12,361 83

27,678 87

9,102 63
657 07

531 95
18 66
1, 479 92
2,368 75

$9,180 00

8,850 80
4,316 89
1,322 58
2,343 26

"[

971 47
190,338 78

80,836 36




64,489-15

57,713 77

116,110 10

2,003,910 16
618,838 27
493,151 75
281,899 10
224,836 81
9,180 00

7,575,791 56

134

REPORT OF T H E "COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
Reports of the condition of the National

Banking

Associations

T I T L E OP B A N K .

Office number.

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and fixtures.

RESOURCES.
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North Carolina*
National Bank of—
Newbern

1547
1632
1557
1659
1656

$205,545 49
86,067 49
95,476 42
633 20
, 26,730 79

$103 27

$1,637 46
2,485^54

$4,070 52 $2,564 58
8,366 29 1,862 50
896 00
67 15
850 00
913 11 1,500 00

$3,048 95
33,575 30
1,491 55
6,164 15

4,123 00 13,417 07

7,673 08

44,279 95

412,497 62
319,509 32

70 00 3,120 41
3,995 19

1,042 50

2,272 00
106,411 95

732,006 94

70 00 7,115 60

1,042 50

108,683 95

3,115 29
4,333 72
6,250 00

6,393 68
7,315 47
2,033 70
1,421 00
23,573 56
8,543 89
258 00

414,453 39

Total

103 27

South Carolina.
1622
1621
Total
Georgia.
Atlanta, Atlanta
Atlanta, Georgia
......
Augusta....................
Athens.....................
Columbus, Chattahoochee...
Macon, f i r s t . . . . . . .
......
Savannah, S a v a n n a h . . . . . . . .
Savannah, Merchants*

1559
1605
1613
1639
1630
1617
1255
1640

Total

104,094 95 1,655 00
111, 570 39
620,857 02
910 22
72,364 74
63,271 20
910 90
152,554 00 2,764 90
72,588 87
242,811 84

10,773 14 2,298 04
1,270 68 13,131 44
8,454 70
5,000 00 3,192 27
1,000 00 5,293 84
4,375 30 3,221 10
4,052 72 5,118 64
1,618 76 17,990 28

1,936 67

1,440,113 01

6,241 02

• 56,933 93
296,946 63
104,152 15

75
175 70

3,663 96
3,592 00 13,626 32
10, 090 27
350 33

7,345 85
631,207 24
5,343 32

458,032 71

158 45

13, 682 27 17, 640 61

643,896 41

28,090 60 58,700 31 15,635 66

49,540 20

Alabama.
Huntsville
Mobile, First
Seltna, First

1560
1595
1537

Total
Mississippi.
Jackson, F i r s t . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1610
803
Total

87,002 61
44,928 09

17,028 69 3,028 31
1,510 62 2,030 47

2,054 00

131,930 70

18,539 31

5,058 78

2, 054 00

585,009 69
542,308 79 10,064 51
745,704 29

4,587 10 36,952 81
39,564 73 9,664 66
89,175 00 39,812 90

12 27

1,873,022 77 10,064 51

133,326 83 86,430 37

12 27

21,594 02

21, 594 02

liouisiana*
New Orleans, F i r s t . . . . . . . . . . 162
New Orleans, C i t y . . . . . . . . . . 1591
1626
New Orleans, Louisiana
Total




132,810 81
47,509 71
180,320 52

EEPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
on the morning of the first Monday

10*3*

of October, 1866—Continued.

$55,073 15
22,018 73
9,453 15
26, 217 39
21,583 70

$2,727 65
1,310 29
7,465 66

Other lawful money.

Specie.

Bills of other banks.

Other United States
bonds and securities.

United States bonds
deposited to secure
circulation.

Due from other banks.

Due from National
Banks.

RESOURCES.
4

£

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$50,000
50,000
6,100

3,021 57

$122,000
50,000
73,000
34, 000
30,000

134,346 12 14,525 17

309,000

106,100

38,577 11,878 99

20,824 08 15,121 19
95,395 57 81,986 21

70,000
70,000

3,650

13,777 14,900 00
46,335 17,559 39

122,219 65 97,107 40

140,000

3,650

60,112 32,459 39 198,011 80

1,502,479 23

92,385 32 8,243
68,571 77 4,356
105,454 24
44,196 35 3,922
73,901 88
57,906 33
1
14,135 28 86,234
68,278 48 184,214

100,000

25
83
07

100,000
100,000
500,000
105,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
167,000

101,100 00 10,500 00
22,875
56,532 90
39,664
45 00 180,815 43 21,000 00
24,784
25,288 00
7,818 24,860 86
60 25 11,530 00
12,015
114,539 85
13,565
80,396 00
31,000 1,302 77
206,165 12
55,723

563,434 15
509,247 01
1,470,604 31
293,063 97
393,493 30
457,471 62
495.088 01
1,043,801 55

521,829 65286,973 27

1,272,000

502,500

9,398 20 93,210 92
10,872 65 2,366 96
50,510 87 21,892 36

104,000
100,000
100,000

5,150
100,000
50,000

38,194 95
224 15,524 44
94,159 32
32,905 54,724 98
11,700 15,929 17 159,086 82

70,781 72
117,470 24

304,000

155,150

44,829 86,178 59

73
64
75

102,500

100,000
100,000
100,000

$.12,942 $4,096 45 $29,074 92
- $438,094 76
3,780 1,803-61
12,608 00
242,606 59
8,654 5,582 78
16,745 07
303,333 92
1,538
2,741 20
73,638 49
11,663
396 15 20,202 74 $2,238 50
124,413 71

207,444 26,268 88

81,371 93 2,238 50

92,890 15
105,121 65

1,182,087 47

656,164 95
846,314 28

776,367 30 31,500 00

5,226,205 92

333,647 00
1,340,558 80
529,055 29
2,203,261 09

291,441 09
•

-

3,687 74 3,494 96
10,613 73

45,000

79,609 50

50,900

12,017
2,500

3,114 40

30,000

5,090 00

38,277 95

271,577 23
187,934 86

14,331 47 3,494 96

75,000

50,900

14,517

8,204 40 117,887 45

463,512 09

1,321,340 28126,967 24
46,993 76 12,186 39
102,387 64272,101 11

200,000
300,000
353,000

264,400
12,000
197,000

122,582 174,113 40 883,999 G2
10,000 9,339 57 180,898 21
3,326 48,685 88 414,130 32

3,652,762 95
1,173,032 89
2,312,632 85

U70,721 68|411,254 74

853, 000

473,400

135,908 232,138 851.479,028 15

7,338,628 69




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136

REPORT OF T H E "COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
Reports of the condition of the National

Banking

Associations

LIABILITIES.

T I T L E OF B A N K .

•d
I

•3
M

North Carolina.
National Bank of—
Charlotte, F i r s t . .
Newbern
Raleigh
Salem, First
Wilmington, First
-

$122,299 61
47,961 11
64,014 70
20,048 79
63,224 38

8,168 42

198,000 00

317,548 59

200,000 00
300,000 00

1,950 27

62,900 00

402,476 55
420,951 83

5C0, 000 00

Total

1,280 00

$108,000 00
45,000 00
45,000 00

377,590 00

1547
1632
1557
1659
1656

1,950 27

62,900 00

823,428 38

100,000
100,000
500,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
500,000

1,200 00

$122,000
72,450
73,000
53,300
56,840

00
00
00
00
00

$6,888 42

South Carolina*
Charleston, First
Charleston, People's

1622
1621

Total
Georgia.
Atlanta, Atlanta
Atlanta, Georgia
Augusta..
Athens
Columbus, Chattahoochee..
Macon, First
Savannah, Savannah..
Savannah, Merchants'

1559
1605
1613
1639
1630
1617
1255
1640

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

5,000 00

3,111 40
20,713 69

90,000
90,000
436,000
78,155
89,000
90,000
56,000
150,000

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

306,708 50
230,983 10
474,351 50
103,033 57
93,075 38
251,824 24
211,261 22
245,261 34

1,600,000 00

30,025 09

1,079,155 00

1,916,498 85

100,000 00
300,000 00
100,000 00

1,415 28
4,500 00
1,780 75

90,000 00
87,500 00
84,995 00

131,781 42
685,113 96
236,442 71

500,000 00

7,696 03

262,495 00

100,000 00
50,000 00

25,000 00

150,000 00

Total.
Alabama.

1560
1595
1537

Huntsyille
Mobile, First
Selma, First
Total

1,053,338 I

Mississippi.
Jackson, First
Vicksburg

1610

803

Total

40,500 00

119,522 55
68,158 03

25,000 00

40,500 00

187,680 58

500,000 00
300,000 00
1,000,000 00

32,943 86
1,783 50

180,000 00
229,500 00
300,000 00

2,549,518 04
575,256 36
512,327 73

1,800,000 00

34,727 36

709,500 00

3,637,102 13

Ijouisiana.
Kew Orleans, First . . .
New Orleans, City
New Orleans, Louisiana..
Total

-




1591
1626

EEPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
on the morning of the first Monday

10*3*

of October, 1866—Continued.

$1,667 21
454 23
3,490 44

$63,233 25

State bank circulation
outstanding.

Profits.

Due to other banks.

Due to Nation'l Banks.

Deposits of U. States
disbursing officers.

United States deposits.

LIABILITIES.

<
s

1
£
to

2,279 11
113,942 78

44, 074 40

53,169 16
53,746 75

. 715 00

7,890 99

73,692 71

41,179 58

1,182,087 47

3,224 30

38,210 13
44,276 76

656,164 95
846,314 28

28,489 39

$9,520 48
34,553 92

$14,006 27
14,059 08
11,469 31
- 289 70
1,355 22

15,478 27
13,011 12

$53,161 69
60,781 09

3,224 30

82,486 89

1,502,479 23

214 85
6 68
1,184 67

848 46
7,289 53
8,516 88

11,821 14
18,598 02
52,568 62
11,468 79
12,433 10
6,977 83
25,490 29
22,660 51

563,434 15
509,247 01
1,470,604 31
293,063 97
393,493 30
457,471 62
495,088 01
1,043,801 55

9,744 46

$438,094
242,606
303,333
73,633
124,413

76
59
92
49
71

74,066 37
22,113 82

83,480 43

320 50
15,912 46
1,499 52
406 61
1,161 47
4,709 69
266 91
11,768 57

300,919 45

83, 480 43

36,045 73

18,061 07

162,018 30

5,226,203 92

149,211 55
1
78,862 67

59,056 30
58 00

16,848 06
249 86

10,450 30
38,328 93
26,666 30

333,647 00
1,340,558 80
529,055 29

228,074 22

59,114 30

17,097 92

75,445 53

2,203,261 09

841 75
38,751 31

74 47
14 45

14,638 46
6, Oil 07

275,577 23
187,934 86

39,593 06

88 92

20,649 53

463,512 09

9,414 74
11,622 24
131,506 01

181,371 26
32,579 81
126,430 29

3,852,762 95
1,173,032 89
2,312,832 85

152,542 99

340,381 36(

7,338,628 69

97,823 35

317,613 36
194,764 77
512,378 13




81,901 69
22,290 98
47,804 05
151,996 72

138

REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
Reports of the condition of the National

Banking Associations

RESOURCES.
£

5 *
£*
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T I T L E OP B A N K .

»
a
s
1
£

s
«
Texas.
National Bank of—
Galveston, First
Galveston, N a t B'k of Texas.
Houston, First
San Antonio, Sau Antonio.
Total

$102,391 72
87,970 38
18,800 00

$3,104 51 $7,719 68
15,368 44 20,459 22
3, 644 00

$2 82 .

209,162 10

15 66
1642
1644
1657

22,116 95 28,178 90

2 82

Arkansas.
F o r t Smith, First
L i t t l e Rock, Merchants',

1631
1648

57,757 96
206,528 09

$12 49

4,893 57
9,825 12

5,155 92 14,718 <

244,286 05

Total

1,093 60
4,062 32

975 69
9,015 11
9,990 80

Kentucky.
718
Covington, First
1601
Danville, First
1600
Danville, Central
1615
Henderson, Henderson...
760
Lexington, First
Lexington, Lexington C i t y . . . 906
1493
Lancaster
1599
Paducah, First
1309
Richmond, Farmers'
1204
Stanford
Winchester, Clark County... 995

532, 657 47
94, 739*45
225, 708 67
117, 830 50
268,162 09
211, 516 12
114, 455 51
128, 375 27
95, 665 73
120,268 00
93, 867 99

1,500 00
142 78
5,851 41
606 31
14 54
1,802 21

7,623 00

2, 003,246 80 16,040 25

Total

3, 508 35
1,396 50

5, 000 00
30, 000 00
23, 590 58
1,080 47
*1,436 61
12,500 00
2, 078 34
%266 35

052 45
770 30 4,500 00.
720 08 5,569 83
281 04 2,826 76

333
932
907
750
872

91
25
65
14
09

14,563 32
2.142 24

2,737 45

89,357 20 14,619 91 32,339 I

City of Xiouisrillc.
First
Second
Louisville City
Planters'

175,528
207,422
215,986
370,224

3,821 55

2,349
2,102
2,500
16,585

>,163 11

Total

85
97
32
97

4,865 71

23,537 27 24,321 35

511 17
532 99

58
38
00
31

7,993
5,202
4,453
6,671

72
75
85
03

3,750 00
6,000 00

Tennessee.
Clarksville, First
Chattanooga, F i r s t —
Knoxville, First
Memphis, First
Memphis, Tennessee..
Memphis, Merchants'..
Memphis, German
Nashville, First
Nashville, Second
Nashville, Third
Total..




1603
1606
391
336
1225
1407
1636
150
771
1296

85,546 10
97,278 53 2,589 61
30,576 58
356,036 26
298,682 05 3,924 40
397,428 79 3,790 97
243, 934 63 7,326 56
196,481 80
216,081 52
254,955 02
2,177,001 28 17,631 54

7,178
354
42,569
5,331
22,000
2,535
5,531
1,444

52
83
19
90
00
25
85
95

892
3,059
3,458
8,355
28,454
12,535
23,132
11,290
6,359
1,445

35
90
37
27
32
14
04
75
87
65

45 21
33 66
5,875
8,278
2,410
18
1,809

00
75
00
01
35

86,946 49 98,983 66 18,469 98

EEPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.

10*3*

on the morning of the first Monday of October, 1866—Continued.

$108,350
850
1,250

$3,169 $105,53138 ;$133,270 00
25,981 51,727 95 75,372 16
425 21, 672 19 13,280 30

$788,133 75
417,376 66
163,831 17

180,474 86 51,329 05

328,500

110,450

29,575 178,931 52 221,922 46

1,369,341 58

3,601 10
1,993 15

50,000
150,000

500
51,350

1,506
2,233

242 80
1,186 90

7,818 00
65,395 30

135,031 42
603,094 03

88,972 73 5,594 25

200,000

51,850

17,293

1,429 70

73,213 30

738,125 45

141,468 98 4,738 97
1,630 20 1,253 86
10,135 11 1.441 57
5,742 84 2,604 03
41,233 03 99, £75 27
125,623 71 6,291 87
13,242 19 1,486 80
17,405 66 6,346 85
6,817 53 1,081 03
11,561 15 6,394 31
19,532 13 17,617 64

528,000
150,000
160,000
100,000
84,000
200,000
100,000
128,000
150,000
85,000
55,000

50,450
27,000

45,955 77
26,246 26
33,554 52

50,000
800

11,800
17,165
6,880
515
3,752
3,406
900
2,051
1,960
1,070

69,519 25
105,755 99
2,349 28 21,375 00
11,887 88
1,079 35
29,918 47
27,979 15
129 25
13,836 16
919 50

1,318,623 64
328,956 20
453,432 69
269,677 49
649,094 36
761,509 19
260.003 17
299.004 00
348,850 41
265,053 34
207,100 31

393,393 53 149,532 20

1,740,000

242,400

49,499

4,931 08 414,113 47

5,161,304 80

33,491 61 21,285 06
15,442 92 12, 111 62
18,332 38 3,511 16
99,289 25 4,662 92

305,000
200,000
200,000
200,000

183,500

10,000
537
6,278
472

96,556 16 41,570 76

905,000

186,400

17,287

8 448 98 63,755 08
39,945 73
593 03
10,463 05 5,163 88
178,933 10 21,225 59
194,410 32 22,115 24
95,452 43 49,580 55
60,533 01 17.163 00
64,280 25 12,625 25
58,980 43 32,554 01
469,382 29 181,727 24

30,000
153,200
87,000
200,000
100,000
260,000
90,000
251,000
100,000
35,000

20,000
58,700
81,200
100,000
152,500
100,000

5,510
6,646
1,600
25,000
12,046
20,328
23,761

226,650
119,000
134,000

25,000
164,196

180,828 58 406,502 87

1,306,200

992,050

279,087 27,681 59 1,380,930 71 81,931 76

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11,035 80
77,936 93

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2,200
50,600
61,350

2,900

453 70

300 00

300 00

1,022 67
543 25
3,264 24
6,062 40
3,720 13
5,550 00
7,523 90

Other stocks, bonds,
and mortgages.

a
(
H

XI

£

28,085 02

140,979
70,353
68,418
90,465

05
00
89
75

370,216 69

103,967 00
55,987 20
62,876 03
117,277 00..........
147,684 00
139,970 94
35,520 52
285,831 00
104,136 73 $81,931 76
327,690 29

Aggregate.

$200,000
93,500
35,000

J
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•

a

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es

Other lawful money.

Bills of other banks.

$83,408 99 $39,188 38
91 00
46,053 69
51,013 18 12,049 67

"3

Specie.

Other United States
bonds and securities.

United-States bonds
deposited to secure
circulation.

RESOURCES.

880,646 57
534,262 04
528,380 60
722,192 78
2,665,481 99

318,119 51
423,344 44
291,929 13
1,107.054 95
1,013,085 60
1,123,229 48
515,302 31
1,061,520 81
753,223 22
1,570,478 73
8,177,288 18

140

REPORT OF T H E "COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
Reports of the condition of the National

Banking

LIABILITIES.

T I T L E OF B A N K .
IS

•a

Texas.
National Bank of—
Galveston, First
Galveston, Nat. B'k of Texas
Houston, First
San Antonio, San Antonio...

1566
1642
1644
1657

$200,000 00

$170,000 00

4,000 00

170,000 00

100,000 00
428,350 00

Total

$4,000 00

128,350 00

Arkansas.
Fort Smith, First
Little Rock, Merchants'.
Total

150,000 00

44,500 00
85,000 00

200,000 00

1631
1648

129,500 00

50,000 00

Kentucky.
Covington, First
Danville, First
Danville, Central
Henderson, Henderson
Lexington, First
Lexington, Lexington City.
Lancaster
Paducah, First
Richmond, Farmers'
Stanford
Winchester, Clark County..

55,000 00

450,000 00
133,250 00
144,000 00
89,400 00
67,000 00
179,950 00
88,720 00
112,500 00
133,000 00
74,750 00
49,438 00

48,996 02

1,522,008 00

300,000 00

300,000 00

51,760 25
11,371 10
3,210 74
22,336 92

254,000
174,796
179,300
170,000

1,000,000 00

Total

21,458 40
660 00
1,800 19
2,329 95
5,588 43
4,972 41
1,905 24
2,500 00
2,000 00
3,581 40
2,200 00

1,840,000 00

718
1601
1600
1615
760
906
1493
1599
1309
1204

88,679 01

778,096 00

1,323
4,100
29,083
33,905
11,278

134,075
76,340
174,500
72,675

500,000 00
150,000 00

160,000 00
100,000 00
200,000 00

200,000 00
100,000 00
125,000 00
150,000 00

100,000 00

City of XiOuisTille.
First
Second
Louisville City
Planters'

109
777
788
790

Total

200,000 00
200,000 00

00
00
00
00

Tennessee.
Clarkaville, First
Chattanooga, First
Knoxville, First
Memphis, First
Memphis, Tennessee..
Memphis, Merchants'..
Memphis, German
Nashville, First
Nashville, Second
Nashville, Third
Total.,




1603
1606
391
336
1225
1407
1636
150
771
1296

50,000 00

200,000
100,000
200,000
100,000

00
00
00
00

300,000 00
250,000 00
250,000 00
150,000 00

100,000 00
1,700,000 00

16
69
7]
05
63

33,750 00

10,000 00
10,000 00
133,441 24

00
00
00
00

220,000 00
51,000 00
222,450 00
87,725 00
1,038,765 00

Associations

EEPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
on the morning of the first Monday

10*3*

of October, 1866—Continued.

$6,452 76
65,094 64

State bank circulation
outstanding.

Profits.

Due to other banks.

Due to Nation'l Banks.

Deposits of IT. States
disbursing officers.

United States deposits.

LIABILITIES.

$28,421 38

$788,133 75
417,376 66
163,831 17

35,700 56

1,369,341 58

$218 90

33.496 22

1

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7,279 18

$33,496 22

71,547 40

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218 90

13,921 96
119. 652 03

10,170 33

6,797 81
17,303 00

135,031 42
603,094 03

69.224 53!
119. 652 03
1 •
...

24. 092 29

24,100 81

738,125 45

69.221 53
i

96,937 27

$5,067 30

60,164 04

1,352 88

1,316 97

4,147 81

765 65

6,464 73

5,880 50

490 77

-

3,743 51

20,218 55
77,880 33

32, 518 48

5,284 56

28,807 67

47,701 94

1,300 00

13,702 40

25,040 94

12,519 49

4,296 37

31 05

3,855 27

4,302 48

5,844 IS

t

7,621 92

1,619 46

2. 762 26

260.003 17
299.004 00
348,850 41
265,053 34
207,100 31

77,548 62

112,895 07

5,161,304 80

696 40

__ 222,519 54!

33,818 48,'

56,002 70

2,852 62

4,201 62
9,89 L 52

1,318,623 64
328,956 20
453,432 69
269,677 49
649,094 36
761,509 19

3,503 50

=

38,181 00

24,534 48

18,687 67

13,751 94

53,152 65

22,404 76

880,646 57
534,262 04
528,380 60
722,192 78

99,908 68

98,927 15

83,964 02

2,665,481 99

11,300 72

57,249 60

22,028 14

57,249 60

9,931 62

25,947 60

11,308 40

27,830 33
15,041 26

102,091 44|

25,407 47

227 85
3,118 21

1,376 39

. 318,119 51
423,344 44
291,929 13
1,107,054 95
1,013,085 60
1,123,229 48
515,302 31
1,061,520 81
753,223 22
1,570,478 73

521,320 87j

25,407 47j

53,220 25

209,587 81

8,177,288 18

18,847 21

600 00

12,745 34
14,940 14
21,219 47

• 157,182 09

11,292 04

2,976 45

121,558 67'

3,296 24

4,327 62

11,923 Oil

31,052 58

869 60

44,911 16

806 77

23,043 10

109,718 45^

4,233 33

266 91

57,126 28

5, 668 57

13,490 40

15,515 92




9,434 81

142

REPORT OF T H E "COMPTROLLER OF T H E
Reports of the condition of the National

CURRENCY.
Ranking

Associations

RESOURCES.

I
S
3

T I T L E OF B A N K .

< B
3

Ohio.
National Bank of—
Akron, First
Akron, Second
Ashland, First
Athens, First.
Ashtabula, Farmers'
Beverly, First
Bridgeport, First
Bryan, First
Bueyrus, First
Batavia, First
Barnesville, First
Canton, First
Cadiz, First
Cadiz, Harrison
.*
Circleville, First
Circleville, Second..
Columbus, First
Columbus, Nat'l Exchange..
Columbus, F r a n k l i n . . . . . .
Cardington, First
Chillicothe, First
Chillicothe, Ross County
Chillicothe, Chillicothe...
Cambridge, First
Cuyahoga Falls, First
Dayton, First
Dayton, Second
Dayton, Dayton
Delaware, First
*
Delaware, Delaware Co..
Delphos, First
Eiyria, First
Eaton, First
Fremont, First
Findlay, First
Franklin, First
Germantown, First
Greenfield, F i r s t . . .
Gallipolis, First
Geneva, First.
Granville, First
Gallon, First
Greenville, Farmers'
Hamilton, First
Hamilton, Second




40
183
233
975
133
214
237
443
715
911
76
100
1447
118
172
123
591
599
127
128
1172
1277
141
378
9
10
898
243
853
274
438
530
5
36
738
86
101
136
153
388
419
L092
56
829

$225,104
188,284
227,967
112,342
80,973
14,880
162,278
45,612
109,017
98,174
115,240
123,030
111, 207
176,668
253,869
244,922
189,905
202,198
279, 607
80,006
240,370
279,458
148,487
83,076
30,379
218,430
328,094
319,294
76,958
59,502
107,342
78, 665
143,263
84,153
84,702
104,361
33,602
49,489
111, 578
75,385
72,830
47,393
102,164
345,524
273,383

$446 57
4,226 91
6,308 79

304 67
5,353 29

1,000 00

1*723 79

47 79

$9,027 03 $1,875 52 $2, 623 49
5,000 00 1,128 93
1,377 74 2,759 53 4,279 15
1,000 00 1,747 43
3,600 00 2,425 68
1,100 23
6 79 3,252 90
12,359 62
1,080 32
2,100 00 1,142 00
9 50
1,126 25
819 75
2,628 39
1,000 00 1,316 74
1,501 50 1,682 72
1,749 83
3,731
600
3,265
800
800
2,152
6,800

71
00
09
00
00
92
00

1, 972 16
2,166 67
4,000 00
2,125 00

193 30

7,200 00
1,114
1,349 00

1,000 00
2,515 64

36
214 79

6,179 08

2,500
2,509
2,500
1,980
7,060
4,452

00
19
00
17
57
02

515
2,760
2,348
4,012
1,759
5,5C3

63
00
78
95
56
50

2,910 28
5, 324 86
5.216 63
2,499 07
734 96
4.217 63
2,936 70
1,380 60
450 00
500 00
4,511 02
5,098 98
1,203

493 81
5,965 00
6,800 00

12,000 00

2,116 22
1,831
3,933
1,739
1,963
2.620
2,057
1,907
6,313
1,100
3,200
1,260
605
529
90
2.621
3,182

51 6,300
55 1,679
70
42
72
24
52
13
39
16
42
33
88
284
15
93
69 11,898

00
82

76

33

EEPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
on the morning of the first Monday of October, 1866—Continued.
RESOURCES.

5
I

o

"
S

$22,970 5'
5,023 48
27,400 55
3,489 90
33,393 46
13,502 01
17,422 83
7,879 77
21,969 12
17,204 43
10,342 64
20,061 10
24,155 45
24,627 47
126,345 64
55,370 61
63,018 28
3,180 59
40,876 59
31,914 15
49,856 18
64,784 49
12,512 29
1,054 79
6,243 00
90,027 27
7,959 36
42,041 57
34,852 09
17,699 97
6,230 81
36,119 75
9,033 45
31,341 38
21,083 74
16,486 05
4,597 96
19,945 52
29,745 15
11,257 68
10,355 10
10,637 04
18,229 05
85,477 13
39,491 93

| 1

«

$200,000
100,000

*

§

fe© a®m
£
O

7,594 86

100,000
100,000
200,000

6,261 92

100,000

$50,000
200
2,100
450
54,000
19,350
72,550
50,750
24,000

104,600

200

100,000
100,000
120,000
100,000

50,000
50,000
32,300

$1,805 22
2,205 13
5,804 19
310 36

50,000
50,000

60,000

2,128 68
6,300 54
3,121 29
35,088 06
14,038 71
3 34
2,156 94
2,027 82
7,061 38
616 13
27,127 63

265,500 100,200
125,000
200
265,400 200,050
200,000

150,000
100,000
150,000
103,500
70,000
102,500

756 70
44,570 58
1,817 63
30,395 89

50,000
150,000
223,500
290,000
100,000

5,479 74
4,174 53
8,571 13
182 88
11,258 94

100,000

3,388 31
716 65
2,308 44




100,200
55,800
57,200
1,900
43,550

102,500
102,000

100,000
100,000
59,200
100,000
50,000
56,000
100,500
100,000

4,709 02

50,000
54,250
2,800
119,100
31,800
2,200
34,650

50,000
50,000
84,000
100,000
100,000

53,200
73,250
55,100
7,800
5,000
600
66,700
5,750
450
6,100
2,350
116,850
• 3,800

$639
4,493
$96 92
145 00
1,541
1,300
5,830
102 50
2,340
24 00
4,607
1,215
2,359
2,285
937
12,982
7,620
1,615
345 46
6,785
17,267
25,900
110 57
32,515
10,519 1,139 89
14 45
. 3,142
63 00
1,
305 43
4,905
2,969 1,196 50
2,856
1,217
22,591
3,000
18,000
5,740
5,816
810
2,124
5,653
1,420
4,821
1,202
1,000
545
5,272
305
3,548
1,425
1,019
8,227
6,909

92 06
305 30
3,170 46
260 81
396 05
158 01
87 10
108 88
750 47
410 52

380 30

$26,550 64
38,566 42
65,530 00
24,700 00
22,065 46
76,473 00
83,239 64
12,766 58
47,096 00
10,120 64
11,342 00
39,560 00
38,304 26
35,000 00
75,590 00
65,810 47
196,064 10
146,685 04
106,124 87 $12, 680 00
26,000 51
64,681 18
45,101 00
16,441 22
24,897 47
14,670 00
158,870 30
107,347 00
85,451 00
59.969 00 24,000 00
71,878 95
13,059 82
56,489 O
U
29.970 00 2,200 00
53,602 10
30,175 24
16,233 64
11,697 27
8,578 28
37,231 09
20,742 00
14,486 00
23,610 85
22,324 00
93,809 37
45,258 00

10*3*

144

REPORT OF T H E "COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
Reports of the condition of the National

Banking

Associations

Individual deposits.

Notes in circulation.

Surplus fund.

Office number.

T I T L E OF B A N K .

Capital stock paid in.

LIABILITIES.

Ohio.
National Bank of—
Akron, First
Akron, Second
Ashland, First
Athens, First
Ashtabula, Farmers'
Beverly, First
Bridgeport, First
Bryan, First
Bueyrus, First
Batavia, First
...
Barnesville, First
Canton, First
Cadiz, First
Cadiz, Harrison
Circleville, First
Circleville, Second
Columbus, First
Colambus, Nat'l Exchange
Columbus, Franklin
Cardington, First
Chillicothe, First
Chillicothe, Ross County
Chillicothe, Chillicothe...
Cambridge, First
Cuyahoga Falls, F i r s t —
Dayton, First
Dayton, Second
Dayton, Dayton
Delaware, First
Delaware, Delaware Co.
Delphos, First
Elyria, First
Eaton, First
Fremont, First
Findlay, First
Franklin, First
Germantown, First
Greenfield, First
Gallipolie, First
Geneva, First
Granville, First
Galion, First
Greenville, Farmers*....
Hamilton, First
Hamilton, Second




27
40
183
233
975
133
214
237
443
715
911
76
100
1447
118
172
123
591
599
127
128
1172
1277
141
378
9
10
898
243
853
274
438
530
5
36
738
86
101
136
153
388
419
1092
56
829

-

$200,000 00
100,000 00
50,000 00
50,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
200,000 00
60,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
120,000 00
100,000 00
260,000 00
125,000 00
300,000 00
200,000 00
150,000 00
100,000 00
150,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
50,000 00
150,000 00
300,000 00
300,000 00
100, 000 oo
100,000 00
100,000 oc
1 0 0 , 0 0 0 oc
1 0 0 , 0 0 0 oc
1 0 0 , 0 0 0 oc•
50,000 0 I
C
1 0 0 , 0 0 0 oc)
50,000 0()
50,000 O )
C
1 0 0 , 0 0 0 oc)
100,000 (X)
50,000 0(
)
50,000 0(
)
84,000 0 )
<
100,000 (X3
100,000 C 3
M

$4,300 46
7,331 68
6,413 36
19,447 41
2,497 35
5,398 48
18,540 08
3,112 33
3,500 00
2,443 40
4,493 30
14,376 36
6,000 00
31,673 62
17,511 56
34,962 93
5,000 00
5,388 20
4,000 00
40,356 19
5,236 94
1,000 00
11,383 94
888 00
48,789 61
6,799 31
6,387 10
5,000 00
1,594 33
3,000 0Ci
4,132 43
t
3,143 65
i
16,594 01
2,761 34
I
4,600 0 »
C
12,380 7 )
C
.
1,867 31
L
23,045 7()
5,638 6J
)
1,764 91
>
1,597 7£)
2,584 H3
18,120 ai
2,000 (X3

$179,741 00
90,000 00
45,000 00
45, 000 00
87.500 00
87,849 00
179,831 00
53,945 00
89,000 00
89,855 00
85,000 00
90,000 00
107,210 00
90,000 00
2,338 75
110,900 00
231,264 00
180,000 00
. 130,000 00
89, 650 00
134,857 00
90, 000 00
59,980 00
90,500 00
44,949 00
134,710 00
132,000 00
250,500 00
89,815 0C
90,000 0C
89,953 0 »
C
89,908 0C•
84,995 0 )
C
89,500 0 >
C
50,000 0 >
C
85,000 0 >
C
44,540 0()
49,975 0<)
89,000 (X)
89,850 0 )
<
45,000 O )
C
45,000 0 )
<
75,385 (X3
89,945 0 3
<
3
89,495 01

$96,498 58
150,202 52
281,624 14
82,435 32
74,287 59
32,400 44
113,379 09
25,240 54
118,305 22
41,352 48
42,082 57
307,116 23
81,405 64
162,544 72
280,245 72
256,916 10
263,100 72
148.593 21
276,591 70
51,157 33
264,510 65
303,512 09
84,154 60
41,796 48
12,338 03
382,044 00
255,062 40
286,462 95
109,248 11
.118,663 98
45,043 56
84,781 30
102,559 20
117,733 47
101,078 76
55,889 61
13,162 13
37,677 57
97,840 49
14,779 33
55,197 82
45,763 60
70,307 82
443,775 39
302,923 92

REPORT OP T H E COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
on the morning

of the first

Monday

of October, 1866—Continued.

LIABILITIES.

-2 «
P O
bD
£
aa a

a-s

$46,136 54 .

$10,981 58
3,431 20
342 82
1,081 18
598 08
637 32

28,919 98 .
31,766 67
32,681 17 .

$1,230 53

851 48
537 79

71,444 27 .
39,695 03 .
43,873 52 .
60,858 43
9,678 26
21,505 20 .

23,290 44
58,649 67

34,695 49 .

95,817 19 .
35,886 38 .

$579 84
481 62
44 67
688 59
269 64

1,014 26
14,345 09
1,706 48
1,312 67
5,609 78
3,728 42
17,190 47
17,880 61
31,873 87
1,414 72
2,244 95
2,319 24
9,601 91
568 81
71 49
1,785 19
7,851 63
1,991 92
4,039 81
980 37

40,352 20 .

50 00
668 73
464 44

145 60
20,123 48
18,773 91

30 58
11,135 15
866 20
3,154 32

427 47
653 9:

33,027 02 .

498 99
2,559 07
10,531 40
440 35
182
3,740
1,582 81
30,701 21

13,837 23

31,892 26 .
53,597 18 .

472 04

94,325 5 2 .

10




257 58

$7,848
4,121
12,879
5,186
9,039
2,723
16,823
9,678
4,856

78 .
16.
11 .
08 .
90 .
36 .
10 .
70
00.

470 31 .
9,237 70 .
3,346 81 .,
9,799 30.
11,129 77
16,456 19 ..
13,480 23.,
22,117 52..
19,725 29
25,451 91 ..
4,107 30.,
17,219 17 .,
15,987 10
10,776 48
8,454 90 ..
967 06.
9,276 32 .
10,487 93 .
9,358 74 .
6,376 14 .
4,334 26 .
6,445 92 .
9,425 31 .
4,176 78 .
11,294 13 .
2,972 43 .
10,027 66 .
1,362 77 .
14,994 11 .
5,607 74 .
3,593 07 .
1,379 32 .
2,590 83 .
13,159 61 .
2.885 95 .

145

146

REPORT OF T H E "COMPTROLLER OF T H E
Reports of the condition of the National

CURRENCY.
Banking

Associations

RESOURCES.

T I T L E OF B A N K .

o

a
o

1
Ohio.
National Bank of—
Hillsborough, Hillsborough.. 787
98
Ironton, First
242
Ironton, Second
427
Jefferson, First
652
Kent, Kent
53
Lodi, First
92
Logan, First
137
Lancaster, First
Lancaster, Hocking Valley.. 1241
1064
London, Madison
1238
Lebanon, First
46
McConnellsville, First
142
Marietta, First
859
Marietta, Marietta
287
Marion, First
258
Mt. Gilead, First
492
Mt. Pleasant, First
216
Massillon, First
1318
Massillon, Union
436
Mansfield, First
480
Mansfield, Richland
800
Mansfield, Farmers'
908
Mount Vernon, First
Mount Vernon, Knox County 1051
1545
Middletown, First
215
Norwalk, First
931
Norwalk, Norwalk
858
Newark, First
1068
New Richmond, First
72
Oberlin, First
68
Portsmouth, First
935
Portsmouth, Portsmouth
1088
Portsmouth, Farmers'
132
Pomeroy, First
220
Painesville, First
1006
Piqua, Fiqua
1061
Piqua, Citizens'
106
Ravenna, First
350
Ravenna, Second
289
Ripley, First
'933
,Ripley, Farmers'
16
Sandusky, First
210
Sandusky, Second
43
Salem, First
973
Salem, Farmers'




$95,690
290,096
114,740
55,850
43,125
60,672
71,323
101,512
94,128
155,566
224 742
102,307
117,167
126,500
135,144
125,194
94,038
228,102
104, 890
44,968
136,189
98,250
53,500
110,863
117,893
66,774
63,500
131,150
86,339
46,160
247,055
357,115
377,662
271,619
222,901
214,705
88,584

$541 55
817 50
2,176 24
1,619 51
1,069 53
1,276 54
1, 649 45
549 52
2,540 96

72
07

34
00
75
00

' 11,200 00
911
2,216
600
15,921
9,189

00
36
00
36
14

2,000 00

1,125 70
2,353 08
6,508 82
1,145 09
846 58

1,947
704
593
1,454

79
57
45
98

207 67

1,451 59
3,748 41

112,286
104,952
153,343
141,862
195,753
144,836
133,639
239,434

$3,190
6,244
1,690
3,696
1,985
860
1,173
8,650

862 78

1,587 30
1,500 00
3,000 00
6,041 25
14,984 64
9,864 15
1, 697 22

2,144
632
4,447
3,338
1,291

03
25
38
38
90

5,000 00
6,400 00
7,000 00
8,303 35
5,000 0C
694 23
3,412 50
12,050 09
11,500 00
6,275 18

8,000 00
3,504 00
2,516 99

4,400 00
332 50
4,000 00

$669 36
4,253 58
2,420 19
669 92
2,794 27
999 44
1,190 34
158 14
1,459 45
1,342 93
2,671 83
1, 766 75
3,680 55
3,202 41
2,457 94
1,316 94
1,913 02
6,028 83
3,426 37
8,835 63
1,027 22
868 49
550 24
1,258 56
1,916 73
1,278 19
734 47
1,0r>6 56
1,209 02
700 34
3, 601 02
3,808 54
3,596 96
3,405 85
5,171 38
1,565 10
1.855 66
1,971 95
1,553 68
1,561 15
1,008
5,071 02
1,199 79
519 36
1,985 99

$2,582 25

4,000 00

2,000 00
3,780 96
9,297 50
2,292 63
564 64
716 32
66 74

$496 95
5,981 43
2,585 35
673 42
912 05
1,176 05
3,605 30
714 20
455 00
595 50
1,352 33
571 22
3,702 23
1,333 21
256 00
1,386
566 04
10,210 92
4,081 94
10,510 94
13,619 84
1,403 47
83 34
2,146 76
4,589 53

1, 650 00

4, 752 50
1,137 6C

3,212 50

3,217 44
620 75
2,388 81
3,049 23
1,453 60
2,053 33
2,595 53
1,466 60
268 00
2,675 04
511 84
123 00
106 15
825 71
4,946 44
1,648 26
614 47

EEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
on the morning of the first Monday of October, 1866—Continued.
RESOURCES.

I a

C
3
w £ j

o 1
!
a "
^

$22,681

$6,492 79
610 93
47, 663
3,284 37
48,783
16,423
6,706
7,509 05
6,935
10,212
22,832
50
2, 968
5, 000 13
9,295
55 80
9,042
8,393 01
48,281
8,381
13,776
8,326 30
15,381
218 90
21,966
48, 423
2 68
8,066
3,348 20
515
20,910 33
16,448
5,369 69
15,582
7,332 57
3,330 40 34,443 02
4, 972 55
688 61
3,586 71 8,552 94
11,203 46
5,177 21 1,729 22
7,566 46 4,222 33
18,489 47
189 96
20,229 32
7,787 51
18,099 12 6,230 65
18,424 60 3,977 00
23,687 28 6,795 23
32,825 58 2, 600 00
19, 696 03
29,666 52 5,852 49
5,043 36
53 64
15,035 91 1,263 42
32,105 02
207 31
236 16 8, 632 89
3,164 51 23,250 45
48,462 41 2,374 55
62,103
13,124 70
6,228
126 25
24,163
356 22




$100,000
204,000
100,000
66, 000

. 100,000
75,000
50,000
62,000
74,000
120,000

100, C O
O
300,000
100,000
100,000

125,000
124,000
175,000
218,000
100,000

101,300
150,100

II
£
p

50,800
55,500
16,600
30,450

$612
387
2,502
2,864

1,800
37,400
6,300
150

893

52,500
14,400
350
11,350
16,450
10,000
350
53,000
10,900

100,000

50,000
150,000
103,000
50,000
100,000
100,000

65,000
101,500
165,000
250,000
. 172,500
160,000

200,400
200,000
90,000
100,000
100,000

154,000
204,000
150,000
100,000

125,000
200,000

2 -g3
< S
u
<3 C
J 3

I § i
5 ^ '-3
O

40,000
84,000
14,250
7,500
1,000
1,750
50,000
55,550
550
5,9C0
3,600
69,950
30,800
500
23,600
66,450
400

$867 50
39 64
177 90
164 56
498 91

1,227
90 33
335
945
1,526
5,251
3,700
4,672
61
171
754

54 93
388 85

6,016 1,000 21
4,563 1,412 55
25,945
206 25
912
5,550
194 31
130
242
11,722 1,104 23
2,721
1,575 1,478 80
31 00
2,000.
5,054 1 232 22
3,426
42 50
1,095
519 70
1,075
861 75
1,405
14,192
* 653
2,446
47 55
5,045
1,164
11,126

74,350
50,700
11,000
500

9,540
3,394
1,124
13,071

2,430 09
191 60
483 63

$45,619 57 .
42,484 39 .
46, 651 19 .
24, 709 00.
22,409 93.
10,143 65 .
14,427 61 .
130,970 95 .
43,921 35 ..
35,414 00..
38,961 00 ..
32,116 00..
76,942 00..
31,405 00j$28,050 26
26,710 11
16,092 89
43,341 00
47,924 90 34,000 00
21,044 00
39,390 00
46,808 85
• 25,261 00
38,858 00
46,272 05
20,907 75
24,330 00
39,260 12 8,000 00
17,483 40 .
9, 141 54 .
32,300 00 .
49,870 00 .
73,199 20 .
48,740 05 .
50,125 00L
30,738 00 ..
43,441 26..
18,413 68 .35,114 50
33,142 01
26,897 85
44,404 Of)
37,500 00
60,989 41
59,954 21
51,350 00

10*3*

148

REPORT OF T H E "COMPTROLLER OF T H E
Reports oj the condition of the National

CURRENCY.
Banking

LIABILITIES.

T I T L E OF B A N K .

Ohio.
National Bank of—
Hillsborough, Hillsborough..
Ironton, First
Ironton, Second
Jefferson, First
—
Kent, Kent
Lodi, First
Logan, First
Lancaster, First
Lancaster, Hocking Valley.
London, Madison
Lebanon, First
McConnellsville, First
Marietta, First
Marietta, Marietta
Marion, First
Mt. Gilead, First
Mt. Pleasant
Massillon, First
Massillon, Union
Mansfield, First
Madsfield, Bichland
Mansfield, Farmers*
Blount Vernon, First
Mount Vernon, Knox County
Middletown, First
Norwalk, First
Norwalk, Norwalk
Newark, First
New Richmond, F i r s t —
Oberlin, First
Portsmouth, First
Portsmouth, Portsmouth
Portsmouth, Farmers* ..,
Pomeroy, First
Painesville, First
Piqua, Piqua
Piqua,. Citizens*
Ravenna, First
Ravenna, Second
Ripley, First
Ripley, Farmers'
Sandusky, First
Sandusky, Second
Salem, First
Salem, Farmers*




787
98
242
427
652
53
92
137
1241
1064
1238
46
142
859
287
253
492
216
1318
436
480
800
908
1051
1545
215
931
858
1068
72
68
935
1088
132
220
1006
1061
106
350
289
933
16
210
43
973

$100,000 00
204,000 00
100, 000 00
70,000 00
100,000 00
75,000 00
50,000 00
60,000 00

100,000 00
120,000 00
100,000 00
125,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
125,000 00
120,000 00
" 175,000 00
200,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
150,000 00
100,000 oo
50,000 00
150,000 00

100,000 00
50,000 O
O

100,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
165,000 00
250,000 00
250,000 00
200,000 00
200,000 00
200,000 00
100,000 00

100,000 00
100,000
150,000
200,000
150,000
100,000
125,000
200,000

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

§2,174 10
19,028 97
15,000 00
4,131 01
594 61
8,867 14
935 52
3,200 00
457 58
1,854 20
3 000 00
5,028 09
13,058
5,952
3, 089 42
6,755 43
3,356 00
28,039 70
1,224 55
2,000 00
2,882 00
1,169 00
571 22
1,736 48
1,859 08
2, 747 00
1,047 62
1,521 31
1,451
2,400 00
12,000 00
7,437 29
6,375 55
8,000 00
55,054 72
2,463 66
1,621 64
6,056 14
10,500 00
17,847 28
7,749 27
20,037 11
16,000 00
5,365 17
2,600 00

$84,500 00
183,304 00
88,675 00
56, 615 00
89,840 00
' 54,000 00
44,850 00
52,200 00
65,450 00

108,000 00
85,000 00
89,800 00
87, 500 00
88,940 00
109,850 00
109,915 00
155,782 00
192,538 00
90,000 00
89,900 00
135,000 00
89,500 00
45,000 00
132,000 00
88,290 00
44,845 00
90,000 00
90,000 00
55,750 00
90,000 00
148,358 00
213,910 00
149,500 00
143,500 00
179.499 00

180,000 00
78,500
89,730
88,895
134,945

00
00
00
00

180,000 00
134,790 00
89,500 00
112.500 00
179,570 00

Associations

EEPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
on the morning

of the first

Monday

10*3*

of October, 1866—Continued.

2
*«
a
.2
©
©

0
«

§35,533 32
31,512 02

$1,526 15
1,428 44
4,488 94
831 06
1,162 78
780 86
3,443 48
819 11

42,857 33

Due to other banks.

Deposits of U. States
disbursing officers.

United States deposits.

LIABILITIES.

a
5
•s
e
s

iA s

a "S
S

c
s

$5,001 00
661 18
299 76

147 31
3,194 78
612 18

$1,959 29

176 49

19,254 89
51,211 42

29, 001 18

51,635 68
37,540 54




7,218 95
29,951 97
173 51
101 79

969 82
13 65
110 66

40,235 51

1,594 15
1,059 83
1,181 92
2,021 16
144 85
6,670 37
• 19,519 99
1,663 10
6,226 58
12,036 17
254 30
3,723 42

298 91
355 44

.

5,597 63
3,021 19
2,109 30
* 92 50
1,506 06
1,932 65
139 33
2,419 87
1,551 08
435 22
3,099 48
5,350 81
53 53
817 76

599 31
704 02
14 85
5,246 99
1,779 98
83 20
9,606 36

237 56
47,115 43
2,448 20

2,687 42
5,474 23
502 66
413
1,023
10
40

32
55
00
00

$5,500 42
23,711
8,962 64
6,152 12
7,839 36
4,332 43
2,562 23
4,249
4,327 41
9,228 16
7,362 94
10,610 09
11,809 47
8,527 65
11,277 07
4.892 50
9,214 23
18,498 36
9,873 05
9,152 69
3,372 52
1,443 35
2,262 09
1,640 11
4,844 85
4,290 90
3,599 46
8,002 78
4,663 55
3,869 69
12,803 45
22,342 72
16,944 29
11,718 31
17, 035 80
6,551 76
4,220 8ii
4,929 31
5,161 06
7,101 72
9,222 25
8,375 85
4,868
5,408 69
8,072 03

12,770 00

$278,865 12
653,563 91
379,095 57
187,124 74
224,415 16
155,964 10
155,860 31
364,738 45
241,936 34
323,421 76
389,363 60
339,637 97
341,775 63
330,314 11
324,220 53
312,668 43
378,627 06
559,979 05
273,664 25
301,824 40
406,201 20
292,908 84
190,617 57
412,947 24
257,456 16
170,950 88
248,761 56
279,239 82
190,090 82
242,867 66
561,599 64
718,354 64
649,073 26
538,151 08
557,589 99
549,685 64
212,399 13
304,280 17
355,989 32
346,341 88
435,092 80
537,519 37
449,198 01
339,764 51
538,476 40

150

REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
Reports of the condition of the National

Banking Associations

RESOURCES.

T I T L E OF BANK.

-2
>
O
Ohio.
National Bank of—
South Charleston, First
Sidney, First
Springfield, First
Springfield, Second
Springfield, Mad River
St. Clalrflville, First
Smithfield, First
Steubenville, First
Steubenvillo, Jefferson
Troy, First
Toledo, First
Toledo, Second
Toledo, Toledo
Toledo, Northern
Tiffin, First
Tiffin, National Exchange...
Upper Sandusky, First
Urbana, Citizens'
Urbana, Champaign
Van Wert, First
Warren, First
Warren, Trumbull
Washington, First
Wellington, First
Wilmington, First
Wooster, Wayne County
Wellsville, First
Xenia, First
Xenia, Second
Youngstown, First
Zanesville, FirBt
Zanesville, Second
Zanesville, Muskingum

171
257
238
263
1146
315
501
1164
1062
59
91
248
607
809
900
907
90
863
916
422
74
1578
284
464
365
828
1044
369
277
3
164
131
1230

$54,938

68,000
299,185
115,927
238,312
86,743
78,734
92,324
120,353
171,048
470,940
350,992
308,963
164,966
181,857
122,461
135,295
155,368
125,719
65,772
169,563
165,905
142,806
65,994
111,590
101,311
135,662
220,882
244,741
269,605
131,357
103,605
105,855

$557 11
407 91

190 63
20,205 35

357 23
715 15

463
2,786
1,948
287

04
65
26
13

24
32
20
93
620
630
844
1185

Total.,




$2,479
886
13,190
660
708
5,770
1,194
2,060
11,000
1, 691
10,735
4,945
1,500

1,821
6,199
10,002
781
1,418
8,375
981
5,000
1,848

1,000
790 00
399 05
300 00

1,860 12

18,218, 111 60
103,236 79

Total
City of Cincinnati.
First
Second
Third
Fourth
Central
Ohio
Merchants'
Commercial

g
I.

390
4,625
2,933
16,550
10,000
17,700
1,530
2,021
9,670

$1,310
945
2,494
2,717
978
1,327
2,149
1,292
253
1,908
4,704
2,776
2,025
2,741
3,570
1,467
286
1,149
919
1,378
4,389
3,145
1,641
718
1,740
738
1,170
2,979
1,859
2,758
1,914

s

$125;

1,140 00

$11 12
2,290 43
4 90
7,000 00

575 00
223 68
8,034 03

3,743 28

3,130 81
29 41

3,924
1,776

477,891 19 255,784 41 116,673 56

569 23
3,210 42
2, 033 28
1,060 05
11,228 72
3, 964 21
1,135 20
59,354 92
5,795 09
3,996 04
7,580
10,697 69
2,182 75
2,069 89
4,602 80
19,400 29
3,708 00
1,631 71
198 67
989 06
2,246 41
7,778 08
520 29
970 59
4,168 52
1,344 86
20,715 24
13,775 63
3,712 54
489,731 55

1,514,266 93
136,710 70
162 26
991,450 37
356,773 82 1,342 70
808,265 75
641,975 29
881,668 41
1,145,040 91 31,721 70

80,000 00 30, 984 40
2,000 00 6,176 17
3,723 85 15,749 67
9,380 93
3,311 59 26,121 94
2,273 98 14,938 49
5,080 78
13,845 32

78,172 72

6,476,152 18 33,226 66

109,350 10 122,277 70

338,752 00

18,010 68

90,834 66
87,442 31
1,300 00
35,388 37
8,261 02
37,352 92

EEPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.

10*3*

on the morning of the first Monday of October, 1866—Continued.
RESOURCES.

3 2
S 0
«

3 r

is

£ £'

g S
£«

•S -Q ~

o

$37,976 08 $9,998,97
7,571 58
890 38

8100,000

$50,000

$2,500

$17,315 16

$376,643 98

20,299 55

150, 637 95

99,001 00 $5,000 00
22,367 00

306,399 25

37,971 08

52,000
. 200,000
100,000
202,750
104,700

10,517 75

100,000

11,250

2,515

12,695 11 48,597
7,504 89 5,881 32
56,259 00 2,871 83

150,000

27,900

5.333

560 50

45,913 00

100,000

117,650

2,302

1,691 30

36,337 00

37,532 11

555 63

38,615 80

5,971 21

7,642 77

4,907 87

45
122,750
26,350
45,150

7

16,371 $2,782 13
2,811
2 50
5,437
657 69

28,700

800,559 45

52,384 65

562,139 08

15,579 80

283,543 85

16,596 00

718

224,016 62
397,916 48
6,000 00

415,408 57

200,000

56,650

3,785

189 37

80,928 20

23,787 40 14,090 12
45,313 66 15,786 84
68,458 49 6,173 00

200,000

57,350

32,571

71 80

59,668 60

953,484 53

250,000

51,950

51,203

21.30

117,000 00

902,784 34

49,900

80 61

14,211 87

286,000

65,161 00

792,257 91

31,420 00

377,837 13

68,454 07

663 13

150,000
46,500
125,000
105,000
103,000

44,271 03

7,340 13

102,100

95,650

67,000

400
26,000

10,881

130,846 60

129 20

35,127 96
15,765 94

4,656 67

19,219 74

414 35
20,381 73

6, 669 84

200,000

6,069 68

626 24

4,
26,100

1,300

412 21

71,921 00

384,261 40

77,850

1.334

484 00

58,214 00

420,134 15

7,300

1,284

163 00

27,300

5,336

100,000

301,618 36
434,360 07

1,155

61,316 29

466,709 16

1,225

11,689 69

151,649 08
5,000 00

15,269 17
5,407 72
256 82

96,495 28 26, 012 16
81,813 01 12,540 77

3,681

26,130 00

313,068 58

2,250

1,000

21,457 01

289,207 32

500

2,260

12,729 92

147,937 41

1,255

32,179 00

215,660 72

9,324

38,620 32

246,829 28

1,200

83

62 88

25,230 00

289,045 51

76,100

2,654

2,306 00

45,203 00

610,482 17

180 00

1,140

100,000

55,641 00

1,612 61

1,147 87

215,000

400

1,619

94,635 00

8,050 52

1, 059 99

100,000

21,750

7,766

4,994 71
35,479 33 41,780 26

150,000

153,700

6,084

100,000

85,500

3,210

513,763 69

58,504 01

34,210 07

3,006,747 38 672,520 16

584,387 53

120,000

11,564 84

24,846 10

29,995 00
59,033 50

101,300
52,000
50,000
75,000
93,550

J8/552 96

4,024 43

576,467 26

14,919,900 3,815,800

1,121 34

4,000 00

49,780 37
81,950 21

523,216 47

10,000 00

662,664 34,600 35 5,677,380 73 139,130 26

900 00

737, 811 00

609,823 29'
353,647 52
481,934 49
48,590,168 98

5,826,984 76

478,520 32 11,117 45

906,000 1,940,550

36,000

188,528 29

200,000

136,400

22,591

238,369 75

1,018,380 48

500,000

519,850

42,890

304,294 47

2,469,504 01

85,723 76

4,521 89

130,305 83

990,614 44

3,899 00

297,560 00

2,176,548 92

212,747 64

1,624,463 43

57,728

186 55

248,840 00

1,861,376 21

86,021

393 50

234,020 00

2,297,028 25

5,379 052,403, 948 69

18,264,905 55

38,219 29

789 82

200,000

153,900

46,503

140,894 01

9,535 61

500,000

371,350

7,320

92,100 56 5,359 55
114,190 21 21,982 26
189,053 88 105,259 22

530,000

7,100

80, 620

525,000

6,700

407,000

6,500

1,327,230 32 158,565 80

3,768,000 3,142,350




379,673

152

REPORT OF T H E "COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
Reports of the condition of the National

Banking

LIABILITIES.

. T I T L E OF

BANK.

"I

Ohio.
National Bank of—
South Charleston, First.
.Sidney, First
Springfield, First
Springfield, Second—
Springfield, Mad River,
St. Clairsville, F i r s t . . . .
Smithfield, First.
SteubenviUe, First
Steubenville, Jefferson
Troy, First
Toledo, First
Toledo, Second
Toledo, Toledo
Toledo, Northern
Tiffin, First
Tiffin, National Exchange...
Upper Sandusky, First
Urbana, Citizens'
Urbana, Champaign
,
Van Wert, First
"Warren, First
Warren, Trumbull
Washington, First
Wellington, First
Wilmington, First
Wooster, Wayne County
Wellsville, First
Xenia, First
Xenia, Second
Youngstovra, First
Zanesville, First
Zanesville, Second
Zanesville, Muskingum

171
257
238
263
1146
315
501
1164
1062
59
91
248
607
809
900
907
90
863
916
422
74
1578
284
464
365
828
1044
369
277
3
164
131
1230

Commercial

Total.,




52,000 00

200,000
100,000
200,000
100,000
100,000

00
00
00
00
00

150,000 00
150,000 00

200,000 00
400,000 00
• 250,000 00
300,000 00
150,000 00

100,000 00
125,000 00
105, 000 00

100,000 00
100,000 00
60,000 00

200,000 00
150,000 00

100,000 00
50,000 00
50,000 00
75,000 00

100,000 00
120,000 00
100,000 00
250,000 00

100,000 00
154,700 00

100,000 00
15,604,700 00

Total.
City of Cincinnati.
First
Second
Third
Fourth
Central
Ohio
Merchants'

$100,000 00

24
32
20
93
620
630
844
1185

$4,490 85
1,941 84
33, 000 00
2,951 69
2,800 00
5,000 00
1,599 79
1,380 42
11,334 55
18,769 21
19,518 63
30,000 00
5,066 91
4,329 39
5,884 36
6,251 80
21,563 20
2,400 00
1,400 00
2,000 00
20,000 09
650 00
10,810 40
2,500 00
300,000 00
750 00
2,628 26
17,000 00
10,200 00
8,033 33
8,000 00
20,556 94
12,000 00
1,049,112 69

$89,408 00
45,735 00
179,660 00
90,000 00
178,490 00
89,898 00
87,850 00
455 00
89,985 00
178,500 00

180,000 00
223,490 00
251,970 00
131,000 00
40,250 00
109,000 00
93,100 00
89,000 00
90,000 00
59, 945 00
177,900 00
89,955 00
89,974 00
45,000 00
45,000 00
66,500 00
83,750 00

108,000 00
89,870
189,557
90,000
133,840
90,000

00
00
00
00
00

13,007,800 00

250,000 00

800,000 00

500,000 00
300,000 00
500,000 00
500,000 00
500,000 00
500,000 00

27,000 00
145,049 21
18,000 00
307,754 00
12,527 10
17,000 00
40,000 00

173,820 00
444,900 00
172,400 00
425,000 00
449,925 00
450,000 00
345,950 00

4,000,000 00

512,653 85

3,261,995 00

1,000,000 00
200,000 00

Associations

EEPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
on the morning

10*3*

of the first Monday of October, 1866—Continued.

& t
« ©
M O
©a
s i

O ,3

ft .2
5

_

$26, 898 76

$902 80

•1,825 53
1,722 81
10,195 83
1,800 45
4,803 16
154 58

19,615 62

79 41
1,227 25
229 75
16,001 39
64 37
280 83
22,682 20

$4,471 36
3,509 92
20,151 10
8,658 25
13,407 39
6,237 22
3,662 11
9,652 28
4,777 78
12,620 05
23,804 09
• 24,177 80
13,574 48
9,498 54
5,530 63
2,883 63
5,507 90
9,691 97
12,616 14
6,967 73
20,495 79
9,245 26
4,016 28
4,467 87
5,132 61
7,140 78
4,768 9l]
17,481 76
12,093 88
25,620 96
8,673 79
10,580 56
3,859 58

$13,431 03
1,055 29
2,073 69
233 33
352 S
O
1,106 03
5,527 30
7,192 43
2,885 68
5,525 50
1,697 13

97,327 36
49,041 92
45,249 38
87,311 48

5,057 97
191 73
390 74
1,751 83
1,632 74
53 49
291 61
1,751 59
1,105 96

55, 690 25

18,190 17

3,450 39
22 09
725 1 »
S
392 45
16,820 42
348 32
555 96
590 26
2 00
1,393 05
192 21
887 60
1,331 92

724 57
2,281 86
4S, 075 48

1,574,144 45

$85,306 42

339,219 74

321,210 22

1,087,440 65

1,168,591 98
31,972 07
351,374 63
92,379 76
383,768 14

147,837 62
26,132 30

150,250 35
26,990 15
381,078 89
91,563 90
390, 604 70
213,561 20
425,581 06

23,808 03
3,755 93
47,279 65
14,213 00
23,399 89

1,161,891 21
15,197 62
43,153 24
21,537 89
57,523 18

ifit iai fin
1
9,028,086 58

173,969 92 1,840,762 85]




O
T O r/>n 9s,

X* 719 39

55,046 57 j

33,681 97

so 074

41.259 41

fin'

309,937 95

1,406,963 91

State hunk circulation
outstanding.

.

Profits.

!

Due to other hanks.

s-

!
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i

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zu
a
•e
t>
«
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LIABILITIES.

$4,000

16,770

1
1l
b
X

$276,643 98
150,637 95
800,559 45
306,399 25
562,139 08
283,543 85
224,016 62
397,916 48
415,408 57
576,467 26
953,484 53
902,784 34
792,257 91
377,837 13
384,261 40
420,134 15
301,618 35
434,360 07
466,709 16
151,649 08
584,387 53
313,068 58
289,207 32
147.937 41
215,660 72
246,829 28
• 289,015 51
610,482 17
513,763 69
609,823 29
352,647 52
523,216 47
481,934 49
48,590,168 96
5,826,984 76
1,018,380 48
2,469,504 01
990,614 44
2,176,548 92
1,624,468 43.
1,861.376 21
2,297,028 25
18,264,905 50

154

REPORT OF T H E "COMPTROLLER OF T H E
Reports of the condition of the National

CURRENCY.
Banking

Association

RESOURCES.

TITLE Or

g S

BANK.

City of Cleveland.
National Bank of—

354,354
1,090,518
739,208
274,948
1,011,500

First
Second
Merchants'
National City
Commercial

12
51
91 10,459
45 1,739
93 3,000
10 16,589

48 1,400 00 9,383
22,080
08
08 34,190 64 23,379
00 2,023 18
18,196
85

3,470,530 90 31,800 49

Total....

35
73
69
83

37,613 82 73, 040 60

2,055
21 33 13,047
37,513
4,028
29.403
21.33

56
39
63
48
93

86,048 99

Indiana*

Connersville, First

44
577
699
58
1619
37
70
571
1034

Columbus, First

1066

Anderson, First
Attica, F i r s t
Aurora, First
Bluffton, First
Brookville, Brookville
Centreville, First
Cambridge City, First
Crawfordsville, First

152

Evansville, F i r s t .

373,294
670,321
403,986
42,620
195,799
100,369
309,613
145,424
34,152
124,810
91,591
172,110
70,170
552,387
509,185
298,301
2,343
145,250
267,667
105,351
127,154
127,326

Evansville, M e r c h a n t s ' . . .

730
989

Elkhart, First

206

Evansville, E v a n s v i l l e . . .

11

F o r t "Wayne, First
T o r t Wayne, Merchants*
Fort Wayne, Fort W a y n e . . .
Franklin, First
Franklin, Second
Goshen, F i r s t
Green Castle, First
Greensburgh, First
Huntington, First
Indianapolis, First
Indianapolis, Indianapolis
Indianapolis, Citizens'
Indianapolis, F o u r t h
Indianapolis, Merchants'..
Indianapolis, I n d i a n a . . . .
Jeffersonville, First
Jeffersonville, Citizens'...
Kendallville, First
Knightstown, First
:...

Lafayette, First
Lafayette, Second




44 15

1100

865
50
78
146
219
356
145
55
581
617
783
869
984
956
1466
41
872
894
23
417

106, 612
88,568

603,966
233,529

3,679
1,242
2,550
1,184
3,495
1,987
5,500
2,500

05
30
95
75
53
50
00
00

10,600 00

2,139 98

86,062

28

Danville, F i r s t

Kokomo, First

00,318
83,702
342,817
48,808
91,585
118,890
189,311
125,222
96,638
79,878

3,719 66

4,658 23
1,000 00
30,216 12

36,740 00
26,000 00
881 46
3,955 76
23 56 1,607 54
8,893 20
1,755 43 4, 974 76
3,441 21 3,000 00
7,077 57
9,665 02
2,104 83
850 00
4,365 70
2,569 65
1,441 38 2,178 45

347 23

61 42
31 68
1,866 03
2,376 84

3,255 90
2,427 99
8,946 27
3,726 35
1,039 00
1,090 50
5,100 00
20,437 55
856 00

817 26;
3, 924 54
285 00
503 37
455 00
2,783 62
1,219 42
577 06
171 44
1,849 02
74 10
1, 958 03
1,678 49
1,776 97
359 80
996 85
213 15
3,652 65
1,093 25
325 53
4,717 11
12,149 (
3,151 87 13,013 99 3,453 61
3,151 18
2,253 49
1,145 72
882 79
3,327 60
3,275 93
2,411 85 4,034 42 1,920 06
1, 897 57 5,000 00 6,620 86
1,985 70
280 29
891 90
1,602 76 2,777 26
585 54
2,486 39
3,497 19
1,437 41
4,169 07
9,214 82
21,272 89
8, 453 43 256 00
1 75
4,164 51
3,328 49
73 02
5,834 01
2,665 98
1,263 97 9,215 00 4,842 16
21,273 93
1,635 02
1, 673 45
763 94
782 61
2,709 61
1,234 86
1,545 73
21,782 81
7,611 82
420 96
2.967 63 2,000 00

EEPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF THE

CURRENCY.

on the morning of the first Monday of October, 1866—Continued.
RESOURCES.

3 2s
a s
K

j* rs

g3
.2 «

£ a, «
.*ti ^ t.fa
3 ci >

133,829
184,786
170,258
58,088
145,504

5 .5 »
O

95 19,206 32
32 17,059 69|
40 18, 996 34!
37 9,665 97
83 50,096 69

300,000 194,900
667,000 285,750
512,000 211,250
205,000
400,000 .101,000
692,467 87115,025 01 2,084,000 792,900
1,632 75 10,407 46
11,211 40
14,234 78
2,906 73
3,920 25
1,569 56
7,479 74 1,458 06
6,660 65
10 00
597 68 1, 921 96
25,123 49
4,592 43
30,517 06 1,511 82,
27,978 99 23,422 35
26,033 82 4,923 69
6,225 82 643 38
9,571 69
20 37
2,536 72
35,006 30 10,320 40
14,621 99 4,161 45
28,506 40 30,051 14
4,270 60 19,174 94
21 04
1
10,623 72
. 3,429 65
17,287 42 50,050 79,'
178,437 86
75,204 72 2,971 11;
40,899
42,779
8,424
12,499
3,452
3,997
2,254
125,975
842

Si

rf aj •

64
16
67
18
59
16
89 581 74
34 9,442 03
86 1,128 34




50,000
84,000
211,800
50,000

14,103 1,664 40 125,040 oo;
75,608 14,346 14 236,263 29j 7, 017 75
73,450 5,000 00 272,500 00|........
19,540
65,281 9l'
13,928
435 36 155,950 00'
196,629
855,035.20; 7,017 75
1,100

4,050
3,050
50

100,000

100,000
101,500
101,500

£
o

500

100,000

100,0005,000
104,000
500,000 115,900
50,250
465,000
2,400
350,000
13,750
100,000
51,000
202,000
100,000

100

255,000
148,000
152,200
116,300
139,000

52,850
27,000
100

1,359
1,083
736
1,699
500
2,400
3,000
3,325
790
1,030
3,198
8,613
5,917
8,985
1,411
1,848
2,267
2,479
590
114
1,950
738
573

40 00
32 19
699 00
42 50
329 58
94 79

300 00
458 00
191 08
988 08
65 75
407 22
68 32

34,900
14,300
5,000
154,300
159,500
11,750

859 95
456 30
3,885 31
317 01
60,602
319 383 76

400,000
90,500
72,000

100,000

5,249
13,996

100,000

100

106,000

450

2,286

143,400
350

72,100
17,925
2,422

100,000

50,000
510,600
500,000

300,050
100,000

50,000
550,000
205,000

11,450
25,000

378
1,546

13,100 00
17,901 45
53,415 21
16,599 00
18, 401 95
39,405 38
46.000 00
42,130 00
32,930 38
31,155 00
26.001 77
126,543 00
140,995 .00
67,484 22
35,352 00'
91,268 3ej.
16,816 55 1,946 94
99,354 25 626 34
25,317 O '
O
26,302 00! 53,000 00
25,563 45
47,508 52j..
30,990 26 .
21,199 3~!..
384,125 27|.
102,446 87!.,
75,005 00 .

216 25 63,419 08
288 95 103,440 29
43,849 71
21,131 00
48 00 18,015 82
35,526 61
17,640 16
30 80
105,000 75
84 90 49,565 79;

10*3*

156

REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
Reports of the condition of the National Banking Associations
LIABILITIES.

ri

d

1
3
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M
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T I T L E OF B A N K .

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City of C l C T c l n n d .
National Bank of—
First
Second
Merchants'
National City
Commercial

7
13
773
786
807

Total

$38,988 43
200,323 73
10,015 61
2,848 72
20, 000 00
272,176 49

$268,900 00
598,020 00
450,'000 00
180,000 00
354,650 00
1,851,570 00

10,591 58
50,000 00(
1,391 70
84,000 00:
70,000 00
200,000 00
50,000 00
5,510 35
100, 000 00
3,923 20
100,000 00,
100,000 00
5,500 00
100,000 00
4,000 00
2,200 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
977 37
100,000 00
4,000 00
500,000 00
42, 634 21
700,000 00
20,000 00
350,000 00
15,367 05
100,000 00 ' 2,802 20
200,000 00
19,598 48
100,000 00
2,508 16
250,000 00
13,390 31
132,000 00
5,069 20
150,000 00
6,016 47
115,000 00
15,309 26
125,000 00
11,160.71
100,000 00
3,564 87
50,000 00
2,000 0
0
500,000 00
20,000 00
500,000 00
70,000 0
C
6,000 00
300,000 0
0
2,416 00
100,000 o
o
400,000 00
3,820 5
C
100,000 O
C
>
1,661 8
2
!
150,000 01
C
1,075 O
S
»
100,000 O
C
•
4,293 1
7
100,000 o>
c
3,534 61
5
50,000 0>
C
3,949 5t
2
600,000 0>
C
65,993 2>
E
200,000 0>
C
6,678 8f
i

44,500 00
75,600 00
180,000 00
44,935 00
90,000 00
90,000 00
90,000 00
89,960 00
89,945 00
90,000 00
89,960 00
450,000 00
400,000 00
310,000 00
88,150 00
180,000 00
87,150 00
224,808 00
131,905 00
134,690 00
103,500 00
120,000 00
89,130 00
43,000 00
450,000 00
449,950 0
0
269,594 0
C

$300,000 00
600,000 00
500,000 00
200,000 00
600,000 00
2,200,000 00

$401,289 75
899,589 57
744,255 83
211,969 35
782,011 58
3,039,116 08

Indiana,

44
Anderson, First.
577
Attica, F i r s t .
699
Aurora, First
58
Bluffton, First
1619
Brookville, Brookville
37
Centreville, First
70
Cambridge City, First
571
Crawfordsville, First
1034
Connersville, First.
1066
Columbus, First
152
Danville, First
28
Evansville, First
730
Evansville, Evansville
989
Evansville, Merchants'
206
. Elkhart, First
11
Fort Wayne, First.
Fort "Wayne, Merchants'... 1100
Fort Wayne, Fort W a y n e . . . 865
50
Franklin, First
78
Franklin, Second
146
Goshen, First
219
Green Castle, First
356
Green sburgh, First
145
Huntington, First
55
Indianapolis, First
Indianapolis, Indianapolis... 581
617
Indianapolis, Citizens'...
Indianapolis, Fourth
Indianapolis, Merchants'
Indianapolis, Indiana . . .
JefFersonville, F i r s t

Jeffersonville, Citizens'..
Kendallvffle, First
Knightstown, First
Kokomo, First
Lafayette, First
Lafayette, Second




783
869
984
956
1466
41
872
894
23
417

90,000 0
C
350,000 01
C
80,000 01
C
64,000 01
C
89.810 0I
C
90,000 0
C
1
45,000 0)
C
472,700 0)
C
)
180,000 O
C

24,274 05
40,819 54
158,179 43
18,777 71
25,818 60
43,382 52
143,030 56
79,369 78
51,954 69
52,102 79
29,197 91
121,634 66
259,423 42
200,778 25
13,312 85
118,230 30
31,232 83
200,320 71
72,037 99
44,592 32
60,871 50j
53,639 19!
136,412 84!
59,902 42
652,446 15
245,883 47
188,945 61
1
4
162,160 9
4
31,051 11
71,881 65
65,292 48
53,729 06
52,242 28
61,936 15
• 372, 747 03
99,739 99

EEPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
on the morning

of the first Monday

of October, 1866—Continued.

'5

$108,381 71
177,127 36
138,262 28

5
c
.2

fc
o
©

Q

1

$118,486 16

$15,395 46
43,665 30
55,479 02
15,411 92
59,664 06

$1,367 31
35,721 96
27,608 09
22,418 02
37,776 02

$21,626 91
69,510 71
55,379 24
8,928 83
49,472 47

118,486 16

189,615 76

124,891 40

204,918 16

39,031 46
462,802 81

M
§

1,163 58
21,910 23

10 25

2,860 83
625 00

4,811 37
627 16

73,687 07
38,162 89

739 77
918 06
183 05

4.195 35
1,954 86

26,441 53

3,284 75
8,202 06
536 35

279 60

33,598 67

State bank circulation outstanding.

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O
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Due to other banks.

©

Deposits of U. States
disbursing officers.

LIABILITIES.

49,885 41

1,451 49

746 56
9,882 85
136 05
8,063 77
16,404 06

186,660 10

21,005 08

125,000 00

14,287 42
10,374 08

187 14
28,767 21

3,014 31
1,496 47
1,492 79

22 70
355 27
7,609 56
455 25

1,954 08
72,737 07




818 08i

180 31

14, 490 36
2,481 02
788 65
2,900 86
5,377 69
4,473 55
11,955 53
9,874 42l
2,283 3s!
4,530 54
5,948 02j
9,176 41
22,939 SO;
16,012 43
6,221 62
i
14,783 20,
1
4,587 52
14,065 92
7,988 42
6,089 39 1
7,764 54
7,439 87
5,980 24
2,382 38
62,504 89
13,731 64
10,558 43 i

*"

14.606 60
12,021 91
5,877 61
7,047 18
5,431 04
i
12,519 38
i
6,122 91
i•
23,230 52
•
14,127 15

i

10*3*

158

REPORT OF T H E "COMPTROLLER OF T H E
Reports of the condition of the National

CURRENCY.
Banking

Associations

RESOURCES.

T I T L E OF B A N K .

Indiana.
National Bank of—
Lafayette, Union
Ijafayette, Nat'l Stato
Lawrenceburgli, First
Lawrenceburgh, Lawrence
btfrgh
Laporte, First
Logansport, Logansport
Lima, Nat'l State
Madison, First
Madison, Nat'l Branch

882
930
82

1418
377
1031
1234
111
1457
36G
Mount Vernon, First
793
Muncie, Muncie
794
Martinsville, First
701
New Albany. First
New Albany, New Albany . 775
965
New Albany, Merchants'
804
New Castle, First
363
Peru, First
Ilockville, First
Richmond, First
Richmond, Richmond - Ruslivilte, Rushville
South Bend, First
Seymour, First
Sholbyville, First
Terre Haute, First
Terre Haute, Nat'l State
Tliorntown, First
Union City, First
Valparaiso, First
Vevay, First
Vincennes, Yincenncs ...
Warsaw, First
Wabash, First
Winchester, First

63
17
1102
1456
126
1032
1263
47
1103
1046
815
105
346
1454

$284,902 60 $3,637 02
694,161 47 6, 395 21
66,836 04

$3,007 91 $1,658 51
2,365 16 3,799 71
8,814 90 2, 705 65

182,891 78
92,502 50
109,292 33
83,620 00
128,253 24
440,706 08
140,527 93
327,146 61
173,679 55
357,134 19
89,948 46
83,537 90
93,727 43
152,284 75
163,461 01
267,593 83
99,048 15
95,121 80
156,448 75
97,280 04

15,582 89
1,400 00

12 50
2,591 08

339 00.
3,690 G2

28
20
44
33
75 $5,131 06
56
01
739 67

602 0'

1,461 48
2,800 00
324 8;

128,188 10
212,495
300,956
76,039
89,513
67,391
90,862
371,843
62,233

2,812
546
2,739
5,000 00 1,115
8,000 00 2,834
G, 000 00 2,359
9,942 80 2,433
10,921 05
1,439 00
18,699 82

26
14
05
65,
30j.
18,.
42j.
47j

85,579 DO'
s90,105 00

500
392
211
067
544
500
000
000
630
900
309
723
270
109
400
000
000
850
735
420

227 82
2,363 80
1,762
2,645 42
5,103 86
1,156 42
956 25
2,072 28
1,250 82
873 37
3,728 58
2,160 55
878 08
69 75
623 27
626 46
1,581 41
1,483 39
856 52

1,431 30

2,445 22

20 74
400 00

13,180,459 00 39,258 281 431,995 03149,635 90 47,321 37

Total
Illinois*
Alton, First
Alton, Alton —
Auroro, F i r s t —
Batavia, First ...
Bloomington
Belvidere, First..
Cairo, First




1445
1428
38
339
819
1097
33

190,048
280,074
136,764
31,529
237,754
85,253
164,804

11
64
75
74
14
02
69

1,638 24
1,058 75
1,837 24

1,515 07

11,083 19
13,000 00
350 00

1,000 00
13,955 64
7,448 09
7,380 27

2,303
1,252
512
740
5,453

29
66
12
99
85

1,067 00

196 00 .

EEPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
on the morning of the first Monday of October, 1866—Continued.
RESOURCES.
®

fcM«

«

s §
a «

S
Ma^
FT « J
R
3
a

P

31,217 08
88,009 77
21,499 30
15,344 78
18,519 90
18,451 48
14,650 19
76,076 97
63,615 83
14,365 89
27.882 22
547 67
31.883 15
42,579 37
22,742 84
9,122 03
33,729 34
15,383 55
30,595 81
50,134 27
11,511 30
7,041 25
22,918 56
16,939 44
31,380 77
15,363 02
1, 706 09

2,757 64

2,085 30
38 71
269 94
4,162 98
9,246 30
30,443 01
21,434 73
18,782 11

50,215 83
29,420 83
2,064 58
150 82
1,033 72
11,081 11

1,112 27 6,532 82
13,975 22
20,450 89 5,037 24
21,215 99
2, 992 23
354 04
4,095 00

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256,000
556,000
100,000
212,000
100,000
90,000
90,000
334,000
308,500
85,900
200,000
100,000
300,000
323,009
210,000
106,000
100,000
152,000
200,000
230,000
100,000
170,000
100,000
65,000
200,000
300,000
65,000
53,000
56,000
100,000
200,000
56,000
54,000
64,000

IS

||:

13, 550
76,300
59,100

8,500

1,10Q
91,500
79,950

59,700
165,400
74,200
20,900
2,450
27,300
50,000
1,000
20,150

1,650
6,350

, 000
700

1,588,382 12335,088 68 12,400,850 1,876,800
26,265 00
95,576 37
14,184 09
40,438 63
37,570 34
28,365 08
25,942 62

5,745 97
9,534 51

213 81
4,859 61




100,000
35,000
100,000
78,000
150,000
100,000
81,200

5
§

92
58,715
633
393
888
4,525
576

7,650
56,700
57,400
57,900
800
52,850

38,630 00
169,844 00
9,132 88
230 00
611 93
273 30
182 94

3,365 25
233
486 20
27
2,000 3,306 69
350
3.409 3,403 50
4,212
3.410
92 50
147
159 42
3, 670
472
441
754 15
300
252 92
949
1,545
271

8,008
69,900
61,500
100

I f
Is

9,183
1,378
1,000
650
56
3,000
3,061
3,53'
1,801
900

9 70
220 26
50 00

570 00

737 83
11 26

23,840 52
27,574 45
73,670 35
27,350 63
47,890 40
68,039 74
16,809. 65
86,213 00
22,672 42
74,777 00
80,580 00
34,818 32
22,047 88
60,556 00
42,917 09
110,926 00
29,072 96
15,089 21
•48,265 00

350 00

19.045 40
25,158 00
34,645 48
69,057 69
33,076 00
15.046 71
18,231 00
21,977 95
49,000 26
18.310 85
38, 004 31
11,546 30

277,875 25,457 98 3,574,718 01 150,923 31

1,368 2,634 95
38,927 00
122 11,637 71 177,013 90 19,643 91
19, 655 00
3,450
13,804 00
2,425
950 65 64,034 55 11,000 00
593
43,423 00
2,084
26,745 1,577 93 31,037 00

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160

REPORT OF T H E "COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
Reports of the condition of the National

Banking

Associations

LIABILITIES.

T I T L E OF B A N K .

Indiana*
National Bank of—
Lafayette, Union
Lafayette, Nat'l State....
Lawrenceburgh, First
Lawrenceburgh, Lawrenceburgh
Laporte, First
Logansport, Logansport..
Lima, Nat'l Stato
Madison, First
•
Madison Nat'l Branch
Mount Vernon, First
Muncie, Muneie
Martinsville, First
New Albany, First
New Albany, New Albany..
New Albany, Merchants'
New Castle, First
Peru, First
Rockville, First..Richmond, First
Richmond, Richmond . . . . . . .
Rushville, Rushville
South Bend, First
Seymour, First
Shelbyville, First
Terre Haute, First
Terre Haute, Nat'l State
Thorntown, First
Union City, First
Valparaiso, First
Vevay, First
Vincennes, Vincennes
Warsaw, First
Wabash, First

882
930
82
1418
377
1031
1234
111
1457
366
793
794
701
775
965
804
363

$250,000 00

600,000 00
100,000 00
200,000
100,000
100,000
100,000

00
00
00
00

300, C O 00
O
300,000 00

100,000 00
200,000 00
166, 000 00
300,000 00
300,000 00

$12,500 00
40,512 43
10,578 25|
20,000 00
5,192 85

1,111 12
3,289 34
13,471 90
18,518 97
3,012 02

100,000 00

Winchebter, F i r s t

Total

250,000 00
50,000 00
75,000 00
60,000 00
12,769,416 00

63
17
1102
1456
126
1032
1263
47
1103
1041
815
105
346
1454
88
129

4,082 00
45,000 00
17,738 54
4,625 06
5,205 22
7.014 94
17,000 00
24,000 00
1,455 14
2,789 82
9, 986 35
2,000 00
1,500 00
20, 765 80
12,200 00
3,673 89
4,905 25
8,408 95
3,923 28
16,659 26
1,895 12
14,289 40
5,500 00
917,326 86

200,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
150,000 00
200,000 00
230,000 00
100,000 00
150,000 00
100,000 00
65,000 00
200,000 00
300, CO) 00
65,000 00
50,000 00
50,000 00

100,000 00

$224,000 00
480,000 00
88,895 00

180,000 00

§134,571 53
445,959 95'
43,995 431

I

•88,062 00

41,229 46'
52,376 271
105,440 68
19,988 65
51,185 90
319,475 09:
96,287 42
172,674 29!
23,150 17 i
202,992 931
128,534 53!
O
50,697 O !
55,960 lO;
164,803 43j

134,840 00
179,500 00
207,000 00
85,000 00
150,000 00
84,967 00
55,000 00
178,330 00
267,000 00
57,500 00
45,000 00
45,000 00
85,660 00
175,000 00
48,500 00
44,900 00
53,990 00

232,271 15
22,593 28
39,369 97
106,610 04
68,590 86
117,741 15
147,681 38
140,859 29
65,228 21
53,453 32
53,829 00
40, 575 02
200,036 43
60,394 06
41,972 74
48,933

10,871,607 00

7,707,503 50

89,953 00
76,250 00
76,500 00
299,900 00
270,000 00
74,930 00
178,500 00
85,000 00
254,850 00
269,853 00
179,500 00
89,940 00

60,688 06

Illinois*
Alton, First
Alton, Alton . . Auroro, First
Batavia, F i r s t . . .
Bloomington
Belvldere, First..
Cairo, First.




1445
1428
38
339
819
1097
33

100,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
70,000 00
150,000 00

100,000 00
100,000 00

5,000 00

10,000 00
3,888
27,818
1,159
20,000

26
52
00
00

82,180 00
29,990 Q0
89,850 00
67,000 00

128,000 00
90,000 00
65,607 00

180,293
461,627
96,529
34,252
205,848
75,498
159 439

01
85
23
66
36
96
14

REPORT OP T H E COMPTROLLER OF T H E
on the morning

of the first Monday

CURRENCY.

of October, 1866—Continued.

$87,531 43
20,466 70

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3
ft

$2,456 05
$300 15

$4 50
176 29

76? 89

101,368 50
39,918 37

1,003 95

17,993 70
10,229 65
8,623 90

1,189 78
8,825 00
13,330
1,737
1,323
1,029

31,585 35

34
78
32
50

123 81
29,587 10

13,880 83

276 00
15,000 00
100 84

32,462 66
26,752 87

610 29
3, 971 49
1,557 57
477 32

2,966 48

6,385 00

$13,788 83
28,268 73
6,350 29
18.736 73
3,392 35
18,097 19
5,437 58
14,549 21
23, 649 19
7,194 84
7,913 29
7,826 83
26,777 57
10,245 83
5,798 59
10,957 54
5,992 05
16,048 68
13,170 25
7,943 46
6,467 77
10,657 33
8,718 52
10,379 33
14,124 77
12,388 62
3,397 76
506 73
1,741 45
6,479 25
10,941 12
9,886 40
2,915 99
4,900 10

12,216 57
5 24
659,773 12

362,613 55

76,137 16
25,343 22
49,826 91

1,289 63

129,592 83

132,725 89

733,958 89

8,446 10
35,581 60

21,445 11
9,179 75
13,035 29
6,840 11
3,665 75
3,653 75
21,749 42

233 40

2,219 36

33,992 27

10




310 81

State bank circulation
outstanding.

•a

Profits.

Due to other banks.

Deposits of U. States
disbursing officers.

United States deposits.

LIABILITIES.

»
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$3,014 00

3,014 00

1,959 00

161

162

REPORT OF T H E "COMPTROLLER OF T H E
Reports of the condition of the National

CURRENCY.
Ranking

Associations

RESOURCES.

a«
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T I T L E OP B A N K .

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Illinois,
National Bank of—
Cairo, City
Canton, First
Charleston, First
Champaign, First
<3entralia, First
•Carthage, Hancock County
"Danville, First
Decatur, First
Dixon, Lee County
Elgin, First
'Freeport, First
Freeport, Second
•Galesburg, First
<5alesburg, Second
-Geneeeo, First.
-Galva, First
•Galena
Galena, Merchants'
Henry, First
0acksonville, First.
Joliet, First
Knoxville, First
L a Salle, First
Lacon, First
Monmouth, First
Moline, First
Mount Carroll, Firbt
Morris, Grundy County.
Macomb, First
Mattoon, First
Morrison, First
Mendota, First
Ottawa, First
'Ottawa, National City . . .
•Olney, First
Peoria, First
Peoria, Second
Peoria, Mechanics'
Peru, First
Princeton, First
PittsfieId, First
Paris, First

785
415
763
913
1001
1167
113
477
902
1365
319
385
241
491
534
827
831
979

$173,277

70

1,102

98

57, 731

65

$5,020
1,783
3,097
1,870
2,377

500

24

1,028

2,012

84

$28,125

31

$3, 745

85

4,429

46

70,563

53

97

55

7,307

52

66,519

29

2,662

96

6, C 8 1

64

105,452

92

41,855

71

126,052

92

109,853

62

]64,603

13

117,295

75

134,110

12

119,719

91

232,120

65

139, 621

85

131,106

65

50,562

51

306,866

99

100,339

79

1482

45,845

75

511

93,881

8 49
2,902 80
2,259 15
574 28
677 34

1,086 62

2,985

74

1,262

41

2, 645

50

*

940

00

2,116

07

13,766

90

9,700

00

7,000

00

907

13

06

512
759
114
347
85
160
409
531
967
1024
1033
1177
1154
1465
1641
176
207
1117
441

4,274 58
60 59
560 00
1, 079 86
3,335 54
3,792 55
1,417 55

58,713

48

187

69

80,985

89

1,980

79

618

55

7,245

29

3,950

68

41.823

37

8,677

50

61.824

87

1,510

00

79

2,176

08

45,628

56

61,050

18

86,111

59

37

1, 9 4 3

50

4,064

36

4,500

00

4, 3 5 3

16

3,256

82

563

50

18 08

2, 102

123,944

63.302

22

86,558

00

47,645

149

70

89

1,280 00

1,879 62
1,198
735
1,912
431

90
72
85
03

660 00
57

14,098

34

9,181

90

5,001

67

63,154

60

1,455

45

205,573

40

340

94

14,300

00

221,688 01

8,076

35

11,000 00

107,047

94

183,399

30

2,985

39

310,376

85

350

34

151,037

30

388

38

966
753
912
1,142

2,160

50

3,995

32

3, 637

50

2,281

1,958

90

2,764

66

903

18

2,100 12

121,132

37

7,259

75!

. 63,979

14

1,200

OOj

424
yuincy, First
Quincy, MerchV & Farmers', 703




578
682
5,914
2, 856
55
2,348

$61

2.518
904
748

14,339

903
1042
1555
1637

Pekiu, First

949
3.517
3,037
1,771
1,893
2,908
2,236
2,457

48,854

70

5,415

86

147,864

77

9,000

00

126,113

51

8,999

45

524,413

60

3,004

62

1,746

0o|

1,860

2,336
1, 675
1,604 00
426
4,882
6, 456
J
1,751
1, 541 85j 1,560 64
2,2i 7 57
i
995 75j 1,800 07
823
4,003 44^ 2,991 12

00;

196,450

3,150
644

608

83

3,724 28i

11 21

2,852 (
3,828 43
997 20
1, 661 90
3,497 24
8,890 61
10, 649 64
3,181 49
2,8ul 92
247 80

1,000 00
1,115 30
17,572 82
10,688 91

EEPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
on the morning

of the first Monday

of October, 1866—Continued.
RESOURCES.

%&

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&

5,847

13

355 69
' 679
1,129
320
2,566
407

50
86
84
52
07

36,092 05

661 96
2,094 42
20 00
262 02
91 51
935 91
249 16
100 00
9,990 86
44,160 00
86.130
21,777
5,031
774

41
22
53
01

104 30
14,819 45
6,997 61




100,000
75,000
100,000
65,000
80,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
105,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
150,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
113,000
125,000
50,000
100,000
100, U00
60,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50, C O
O
71,000
50, 000
50,000
103,000
50,000
65,000
100,000
101,950
100,000
220,000
223,000
105,000
. 91,600
81,500
50,000
80,000
102,000
200,000
150,000

a ^ '
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68,150
19,300
51,650
600
69,100
2,950
3,850

1,800
59,400
900
51,700
50,500
100

13,950
3,750
400
40,000
6,050
6,650
23,600

11,800
5,100
15,200
500
1,500
1,100
7,150
1,000
4,000
75,200
71,000
1,800
600
200
350
109,600
40,650

10,350
3,165
1,994
4,357
1,000
3,170
3,940
6,660
826
149
1,331
2,640
3,188
6,655
1,712
2,250
1,000
4,650
4,791
2,763
488
3,044
654
809
3,253
145

14,501 01
4,892 02
363 70

674 10
355 22
120
146
921
216
372

75
66
55
80

104 65
7,526 35
2,589 35
561 20
77 80
722 15

4.139
650
274

12 19
2,525 65
1,024 30
13 37
213 65
587 70
50 84

9,041
5,818
4,005

1,501 16

3,589
5,407 1,340 46
4,522
28 05
521
2,220
151 40
353
1,558
641
96 09
20,550 19,249 55
6,736 3,858 50

23,122 96 26,983 43
15,359
17,190 07|
16,076 43
35,702 13'
14,596 95j 32,598 06
24,983 65
35,674 22
21,570 89
561 00
21,638 74
36,059 38
28,336 15
40,000 00
43,215 82
35,607 00
11,383 20
39,773 10
20,533 10
16,925 69
28,137 03
63,305 54
61,842 80
12,184 24
18,657
58,460
24,194
S4
' 8,520 48].
37,780
32,896
16,968 eo|.
18,584
3,238 70
40
24,662
68,259 » i
71,368 °°i 6,853 30
05
12,431 32.
48,240
111,718
28,756
23,113
26,210 00 17,112 00
16,325
48,095
44,717
124,593
90,400
04; 19,972 18

4

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164

REPORT OF T H E "COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
Reports of the condition of the National

Banking

Associations

LIABILITIES.

T I T L E OF B A N K .

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Illinois,
National Bank of—
Cairo, City
Canton, First
Charleston, First
Champaign, First
Centralia, First
Carthage, Hancock County..
Danville, First
Decatur, First
Dixon, Lee County
Elgin, First
Freeport, First
Freeport, Second
Galesburg, First
Galesburg, Second
Geneseo, First
Galva, First
Galena
Galena, Merchants*
Henry, First
Jacksonville, First
Joliet, First
Knoxville, First
L a Salle, First
Lacon, First
Monmouth, First
Moline, First
Mount Carroll, First
Morris, Grundy County
Macomb, F i r s t . . . .
Mattoon, First
Mendota, First
Ottawa, First
Ottawa, National City
Olney, First
Peoria, First
Peoria, Mechanics'
Peru, First

765
415
763
913
1001
1167
113
477
90S
1365
319
385
241
491
534
827
831
979
1482
511
51 *
759
114
347
85
160
409
531
967
1024
1033
1177
1154
1465
1641
176
207
1117

441
903
1042
Pittsfield, First
1555
Paris, First
1637
Pekin, First
Quincy, First
424
Quincy, Merch's' & Farmers'. 703




$100,000
75,000
100,000
65,000
80,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
150,000

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

$40,000
1,766
2,000
132
5,800
824
5,368
2,500
1,500
2,060
2,801
4,233
17,000

00
71
00
16
00
81
30
00
00
06
40
46
00

100,000 00
100,000 00
50,000 00
200,000 00
125,000 00
50,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
60,000 00
" 50,000 00
50,000 00
75,000 00
50,000 00
70,000 00
50,000 00
50,000 00
100,000 00
50,000 00
65,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
200,000 00
200,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
70,000 00

3,352
2,090
1,363
5,802
1,500
886
2,500
1,400
889
1,469
2,150
9,880
4,800
1,200
6,000
1,500
2,000
1,166
925
3,500
2,445
874

96
00
10
69
00
00
00
00
07
39
00
83
00
00
00
00
00
00
70
00
00
75

15,000
22,260
2,522
4,397
2,492
1,893
1,000

00
52
72
41
05
17
00

50,000 00
80,000 00
100,000 00
200,000 00
150,000 00

36,000 00
10,000 00

$90,000 00
64,368 00
85,965 00
55,000 00
72,000 00
40,000 00
45,000 00
85, 000 00
90,000 00
90,000 00
88,918 00
89,363 00
135,000 00
89,500 00
89,730 00
43,000 00
99,000 00
96,825 00
42,500 00
89,886 00
87,000 00
49,540 00
44, 935 00
45,000 00
45,000 00
- 44,400 00
61,000 00
45,000 00
42,500 00
90,000 00
45,000 00
58,500 00
86, 750 00
89,965 00
88,275 00
198,000 00
192,410
90,000
79,485
63,000
44,000
72,000
88 °00
CO, . W

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
w

159,800 00
127,500 00

$257,612
61,615
50,897
47,116
90,096
58,270
112,503
104,675
108,110
71,743
115,217
80,004

35
27
87
14
25
19
29
20
69
32
10
96

215,435 99
150,206 46
112,395 79
29,495 19
180,129 01
149,817 89
54,450 14
49,638 63
105,060 15
117,077 71
38,958 09
43,291 31
150,838 65
91,474 17
45,006 84
97,617 62
96,448 39
51,530 59
46, 702 63
74,701 74
276,117 25
305,078 04
59,891 13
216,782 89
337,474 47
150,586 16
76,706 90
80,397 95
35,951 02
148,431 53
f U17 A
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522,272 76
276,514 45

EEPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
on the morning

of the first Monday

of October, 1866—Continued.

$48,088 96

$538 55
$1,035 17

52,026 93

15,000 00
438 18

76 18
4,777 94

67,662 87
2 49
30,670 87
3,376 65
13,507 00

642 56

3,918 06

163 10

125 85

742 20
102 25
69,078 15
76,938 59

1,220 88
4,600 00

5,918 58

454 52

226,862 64




65 95

791 00

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State bank circulation
outstanding.

Due to other banks.

$33,080 67

13,585 59
11,555 57

Due to national banks.

Deposits of U. States
disbursing officers.

United States deposits.

LIABILITIES.

$17,238 13
6,629 37
11,778 64
8,853 63
5,960 15
5,659 68
2,954 65
12,982 53
10,440 32
3,184 81
8,532 87
7,222 69
17,569 37
12,217 51
4,373 94
3,707 74
12,569 79
8,338 76
3,741 85
13,603 70
9,841 18
10,159 34
4,096 29
7,703 17
12,552 95
2,188 39
4.721 93
3.722 88
11,986 88
10,616 60
3,038 15
3,055 75
8,762 73
9, 365 03
3, 739 70
15,497 02
24,289 32
8,242 62
5,225 99
10,283 69
4,354 37
4,385 79
12,427 79
13,541 92
10,708 55

$1,537 00

10*3*

1130

REPORT OF T H E "COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
Reports of the condition of the National

Ranking

Associations

RESOURCES.

-d
•3

T I T L E OF B A N K .

P.

t
t
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S
I

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Illinois.
National Bank of—

$1, 025
2, 312

Bock Island, F i r s t . —

108

$38,893 67

Kockford, First

429

49,985 85

Rockford, Second

482

195, 111 74

Rockford, T h i r d

479

119,969 97

#732 26
151 48

30 $1,736 72

Rockford, Winnebago.
Rushville, First

Spriugfield, First

883

436,838 48

9,360 66

000 00

$5 99

297 86
947 54

757 24

884 12

895 50

30,073 02

205

819"14
291 60

843 82

204,868 85

1453

25

2, 466 47

153 14

000 00

1,884 31

331 54
3,960 75

Springfield, Ridgely . .

1663

Shawneetown, F i r s t . .

915

200,361 65

Virginia, Farmers'

1471

70,819 37

Vandalia

203 43

1517

33,234 77

353 85

,654 15

Wilmington, First

177

82, 811 94

348 66

172 91

900 84

Woodstock, First

372

66,988 00

3,000 00

W a r r e n , Farmers'

849

51,955 18

44 43

Waukegan, First

945

71,937 11

1,592 21

Wasraw, First

495

141,923 44

2,802 21

98,444 48

611 00

100 00

Winchester, First

1464

8,636,503 43 72,830 43

Total

1,032 33

,614 16

028 93
456 80

38 99

!, 513 00

276 55

6,000 00

t.857 45

025 16

4,679 71

323,246 49 149,507 64 57,812 33

City of Chicago,
First

1,539,415 05 77,397 28

2,303 82

8,454 27

Second

225

333,396 67

8,557 82

4,000 00

1, 671 69

Third

236

1,181,354 99

3,460 31

3,455 31 15,969 98

Fourth
Fifth....

276

256,475 88

320

702,879 43

Mechanics'....

466

370,502 29 14,208 68

2,717 29

Northwestern..

508

653,475 74

4,329

8

3,400 00
148 46

Merchants'.

642

712,376 91

Union

1,318,811 41

Commercial . . .

698
713

Manufacturers'

724

224,495 36

City

818

356, 327 69 11,792 42

Traders'

966

429,738 80
387 15

4,737 27

6,000 00

10,279 49

1,790 15 16,593 14
2,164 37 4,127 56

6,796 88

3,355 19

1,405 92
2,838 80 .2,184 92 12,000 00
850 00

294,756 66
8,374,006 68 118,265 01

Total

9,500 00

3,434 89 11,090 33

1,312 28

1,000 61

9,473 23

1,200 00 10,565 23

29,049 63 90,846 86 46, 793 13 1,522, 706 76

Michigan,
22

115,874 74

1544

55,572 35

410

, 124,449 92

Battle Creek, First

1205

88,585 77

1,458 07

12,075 10

1,879 41

Constantino, First

813

51,449 10

60 92

46 61

1,063 62

109,771 37( 2,411 33
42,670 32 1,446 73

1,341 00

1,353 99

6,220 24

877 53

A n n A r b o r , First
Albion, N a t ' l Exchange.
B a y City, First

11,717 37
2,677 06

1,400 32

2,685 12

109 30

1,538 71
3,855 99

Coldwater, C o l d w a t e r —

1235

Corunna, F i r s t

1256

Dowagiac. First

1625

42,202 62

1,285 81

1,455 33

1,139 03

437 50

637

130,768 88,

590 69

2,069 82

1,442 99

4,155 66

East Saginaw, First




!

486 99

EEPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
on the morning

of the first Monday

10*3*

of October, 1866—Continued.

2,193,222 99322, 232 28

$100,000
52,000
76,000
70,000
35,500
65,000
200,000
34,000
200,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
50,000

6,143,750 1,494,750

149,536 68 2,351 10
123,155 43 19,494 34
343,131 41 4,162 64
113,096 63
113,532 77 24,389 53
149,999 23 8,168 78
97,527 70
134,949 11
683 91
301,290 02 32,303 32
162,916 05
887 26
12,971 25
78,824 58 8,293 75
106,290 89
20 80

672,000
108,500
750,000
200,000
502,500
161,000
500,000
450,000
503,000
202,650
250,000
250,000
123,000

120,000
175,550
126,850
60,000
50,300
62,350
75,100

1,887,221 75100,755 43

4,674,650

721,500

53,750 81
364 11
10,739 73
14,640 86 1,408 36
23,276 97
951 07
3,223 65
8,522 34
9,799 80
9,726 16
17,486 21 1,015 20

100,000
50,000
100,600
100,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
75,000

50,300
550
850
300




51,000
350

100
450

$701 43 $69,672
6,811
294 35 41,148
-22 48 29,651
287 84
37,012
5 00
21,644
210 59 152,902
573 50

297
3,868
595
200
198
1,464
604

448 00

4,515

523 59

12 50

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00
00
00
00
55
85
00

16,224 56
25,565 84
15,869 00
37,481 70
11,571 54
17,093 06
22,946 12
41,244 70
26,417 25

Aggregate.

$6,500
805
6,923
1,890
223
706
5,556

*

Other lawful money.

$51,600
8,200
700
6,000
55,650
8,600
219,550
50,000
450
500
900
100
850
11,600
14,950
4,650
6,000

Specie.

Bills of other banks.

52
05 $5,811 39
29
15
13 2,616 33
10
695 88
76 24,366 64
12,039 25
15,922 07
4,343 52
777 02
19,435 46
9,993 21
4,248 95
349 37
9,957 04
775 40
10,426 28
64,957 05 5,335 33
15,302 97 4,393 62

Other United States
bonds and securities.

$9,700
11,396
33,911
22,661
31,416
21,831
170,219

United States bonds
deposited to secure
circulation.

Due from other banks.

Due from National
Banks.

RESOURCES.

$280,214 46
141,304 89
362,379 38
255,859 35
385,798 75
156,212 60
1,239,248 26
100,000 00
435,624 51
164,663 49
124,751 01
241,144 31
141,484 59
145,058 57
175,225 87
371,743 23
218,069 76

216,139] 84,799 462,579.353 97$137,862 58 22,640,763 72

462,205
298,361
205,722
102,474
134 50 517,418
48
4,717
560 36 37,153
161,956
54,283
6,285
317 00 115,537
130,468
16,000
13,154 15,000 00 321,816
803,500
.126,000
174,251
14,000
81,541
8,375
2,490 2,250 00 71,578
6,840
144,130

09
48
40
22
86
64 7,104 66
00
95
00
72
8?
46
1
00

3,334,386 37
1,287,613 56
3,149,559 16
742,614 00
1,798,695 30
994,291 01
1,529,924 90
1,760,888 18
3,508,423 23
1,091,327 11
634,845 78
862,052 92
775,868 11

3,227,300 64j 7,101 66 21,471,489 €3
653,027 18,261 86

1,147
2,258
1, 680
4, 111
1
5,290
1,865
2,285
2.494

171 37
26 22
46,54
17 75
33 58
116 45

42,459
13,249
28,046
17,532
13,255
32,685
18,211
6,446
38,585

48 1,800 00
68
60 45,000 00
80
00
20
00 2,383 84
50
93,

381,537 25
138,056 74
345,633 73
258,270 04
120,347 6S
264,635 26
136,072 50
117,596 23
276,481 40

168

REPORT

OF T H E "COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
Reports of the condition of the National

Ranking

LIABILITIES.

a
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T I T L E o r BANK.

M

Illinois.
National Bank of—
Rock Island, First
Rockford, First
...
Rockford, Second
Rockford, Third
Rockford, Winnebago.
Rushville, First
Springfield, First
.
Springfield, Ridgely..
Sliawneetown, First . .
Virginia, Farmers'
Vandalia
Wilmington, First
Woodstock, First
Warren, Farmers'
Waukegan, First
Warsaw, First
Winchester, First

108

$100,000 00

$3,054 2 2

45,000 0 0

1 0 0 , 0 0 0 CO

3,277 9 7

65,300 00

479

70,000 00

2,606 59

62,770 0 0

883

100,000 00

4,208 3 2

29,892 0 0

50,000 00

482

1453

500

$88,400 00

00

429

65,000 00

51,980 0 0

100,000 00

1662

200,000 00
100,000 00

10,641 15

205

915

200, 000 00

1471

50,000 00

1517

50,000 00

175,000 0 0

180,000 00
44,955 00
44,500 0 0

177

100,000 00

372

50,000 00

6,000 00

45,000 00

849

50,000 00

7,500 00

42,700 00

945

50,000 00

1,414

45,000 0 0

495

100,000 00

1484

Total..

50,000 00

7,319

22

07

2,563 77
636

06

89, 918

00

90, 000

00

40, 960

00

6,420,000 00

456,835 4 1

5,312,317 0 0

8

1,000, 000 00

53,582 4 7

602,300 0 0

225

100, 000 00
7 5 0 , 000 00
200,000 00
5 0 0 , 000 00
2 5 0 , 000 00
5 0 0 , 000 00
4 5 0 , 000 00
5 0 0 , 000 00
200, 000 00
2 5 0 , 000 00
2 5 0 , 000 00
200, 000 00

City of Chicago.
First
Second
Third
Fourth
Fifth
Mechanics'
Northwestern
Merchants*
Union
Commercial
Manufacturers'
City
Traders'

236
276
320
466
508

713
724

818

Total..

5,150,000 0 0

20,000 00

97,500 0 0

67,093 5 6

600,000 00

4,000.00

178,500 0 0

13,000 0 0

449,505 0 0

15,693 2 5

140,800 0 0

130,000 0 0

448,425 0 0

54,000 0 0

400,000 0 0

30,000 00

429,350 00

4,000 00

179,330 00

6,000 00

214,800 0 0

7,161

225,000 0 0

00

4,000 00

105,000 0 0

408,530 2 8

4,070,510 0 0

Michigan.
A n n Arbor, First
Albion, N a t ' l Exchange.
Bay City, First
Battle Creek, First
Constantino, First
Coldwater, Coldwater...
-Corunna, First
Dowagiac, First
Ea&t Saginaw, F i r s t . . . .




125,000 00
1544
410
1205
813

8,2)5

96

90,000 0 0

50,000 0 0

604

71

42,060 0 0

7,000 00

89,500 00

100,000 00
100,000 00
50,000 00

975

00

89,980 00

936

27

42,500 00

6,088 44

86,250 00

1235

100,000 00

1256

50,000 00

556

73

42,500 00

1625

50,000 00

300

00

45. 000

637

75,000 00

2,845 49

00

65,000 0 0

Associations

REPORT OP T H E COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
on the morning

of the first Monday

169

of October, 1866—Continued.

39,538 53
74,451 47

7,164 91

$5,930 59
2,005 15
7,577 82
5,867 79
13,644 60
9,864 95
36, 606 48

$1,160 59

$1,761 80...
149, 911 02

$3 71
6,105 74
174 13
1,617 55

12,885 50
499 83
868,070 53

237,013 82

96,694 69
70,571 35
47,415 58

54,518 57

656,092 64

1,660 24

1,680 24

20,994 83




74,134 50

245,703 26
165,914 74
385,058 14
21,952 58
110,266 44
45,498 16
22,101 08
105,591 90
722,388 40
72,986 38

96,166 94
127,666 04
137,984 28
21,835 39
34,812 61
98,699 91
14,924 67
350,435 11
59,268 68

16,776 40

238,848 86
148,043 59

59,532 44

31,315 57
37,614 80

1,914,237 48 1,010,744 00

809 80
2,152 35
174 10

8 73

1,411 02

799 29

State bank circulation outstanding.

Profits.

$34,337 73

Due to other banks.

Due to Nation'! Banks.

Deposits of U. States
disbursing officers.

Uuited States deposits.

LIABILITIES.

.....

21,629 19
7,553 95
8,019 39
8,298 45
2,059 82
176 51
1,793 18
20,435 66
4,505 76
627,606 63

73,223 55
8,845 67
71,059 02
20,231 99
29,375 52
15,796 03
23,950 46
19,083 04
72,899 31
20,153 88
14,368 82
15,020 41
11,552 12
395,559 82

4,171 81
3,308 12
6,637 07
5,495 00
5,985 59
6,475 00
3,431 30
3,492 66
4,085 30

$3,496 00

6
<

$260,214 46
141,304 89
362,379 38
255,859 35
385,798 75
156,212 60
1,239,248 26
100,000 00
435,624 51
164,663 49
124,751 01
241,144 31
141,484 59
145,058 57
175,225 87
371,743 23
218,069 76
22,640,763 72

3,334,386 37
1,287,613 56
3,149,559 16
742,614 00
1,798,695 30
994,291 01
1,529,924 90
1,760,888 18
3,508,423 23
1,091,327 11
634,845 78
862,052 92
776,868 11
21,471,489 63

381,537 25
138,056 24
345,633 73
258,270 04
120,347 68
264,635 26
136,072 50
117,596 23
276,481 40

170

REPORT OF T H E "COMPTROLLER OF T H E

CURRENCY.

Reports of the condition of the National

Banking

Associations

RESOURCES.

| I
£ B

T I T L E OF B A N K .

Zs
c
3
3
Michigan.
National bank of—
East Saginaw, Merchants'... 1550
81
Fenton, First
1588
Flint, First
294
Grand Rapids, First
Grand Rapids, City Nat. B ' k . 812
168
Hillsdale, First
1470
Hillsdale, Second
1247
Houghton, First
275
Ionia, First
1065
Jackson, First
1533
Jackson, Peoples'
191
Kalamazoo, First
1359
Kalamazoo, Michigan
264
Lansing, Second
1280
Lowell, Lowell
390
Marquotte, First
1515
Marshall, First
Marshall, Nat'l Bank of Mich. 1518
1587
Monroe, First

00 $4,170 78 $2,225 95
120 28
00 1,257 02
08 1,363 08
35 4,519 25
47
958 21
00
44 70
00
10 3,617 35 4,349 45
12 1, 450 54 3,439 26
71 1,197 08
15 6,653 79
4,440 81
12,762 98 4,879 34
6,200 00 1,011 13
780 22
765 54
4,111
1,524 50
6,439 30 1,590 10 3, 728 62
17,176 73 2,193
2,168 50
1,774 87 2,434 28
430 82
674 95
321 14
1,857 57 3,772 84 2,567 50
1,561 55
891 66 1,985 45
2,661 71
743 88
8 73
6,758
879 76
8,000 00 1,048 36
4,420 11
248 48
3,597 46 1,315 38
1,737 00
496 16
760 65
1,000 00 1,725 56
613 37

1573
434
1574
1521
354
825
1539
600
1063
155

Pontine, Second
Paw-Paw, First
Romeo, First
Sturgis, First
St. John's, First
Three Rivers, First
Tecuraseh, First
Ypsilanti, First
Total

$4,500
7,300
1,904
1,882
1,424
5,411
5,500
4,837
14,058
1,579
1,463

3,664,341 22 52,600 47

Owosso, First
Pontiae, First

$213,027 01 $7,187 58
23,604 70
81,831 04
209,690 23 1,247 15
150, 600 78 2,556 06
424 30
71,412
105,280 36 1,711
148,024 18
108', 779 72
92,190 50
75 87
87,941 73
, 608 80
171,738 22
645 41
193, 021 31
668 35
66,052 29
137 36
49,115 03
919 01
193,830 14
106, 495 98 7, 218 33
82,132 41 3,533 22
66,000 34
873 44
40,499 06
81,288 68
101,166 99 3,326 87
44,476 23
87 34
61,058 58
92,457 28 2,699 45
57,492 30 1,339 91
93,469 88
47,650 69
73 44
62,667 89 6,335 99

170,524 44 63,624 80' 31,990 58

151,649 44

City of Detroit.
77
First
116
Second
National Insurance B a n k . . . 1433
1542
American National Bank

1,157 63
2,094 95

4,900 15
7, 690 38
3,264 69
1,586 66

2, 640,701 00; 3,720 26

Total

64,949 48
57,485 23
47,669 74
36, 547 75

60,635 04 15,855 22

1,586 66

206,652 20

37, 684 24
33 69
43,462 60 • 475 87
57,787 07 1,971 00
53,735 24
851 27
33,348 71
88 35
80,490 76

1,045 42
621 25
536 50
2,655 00 6,312 07
6,693 85
655 07
400 00
7,282 8l|
857 84

3,481 24

479, 498 18
1,206,153 34
537,281 42
417,858 06

467 68

2,100
3,500
51,980
3,054

00
00
53
51

Wisconsin*
Appleton. Appleton
Berlin, First
Beloit, Beloit
Beaver Dam
Columbus, First
Cedarburg, First

.....




1650
400
836
851
178
1415

2,130 40
4,742 03

643 03
2,315 10
561 66
1,657 34
225 00

EEPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
on the morning of the first Monday of October, 1866—Continued.
RESOURCES.

o g
a

fc *
rifl

ni
s «

o

£ a; .ij
&H
H
O
P

$16,500 5: $165,10820
i3
29,454 12

£ O

12,189 30

1,313 27

9,538 48

1,254 73

120,294 05
26,507 52
16, 538 78
11,808 94
5, 919 44

$204,200

$13,500

$2,372

11,002 67

$69,777

55,000

58,350

23,848

.85 56

46,284

17,900

3,847

20 80

37,869

$1,556 15

150, 000

24,500

1,397

282 26

57,553

13,475 00

100,000

59,500

6,066

226 87

66,576

4,293 33

600

1,997

173 98

21,182

91,000

10,300

3,076

160,000
100. 000
60,000
100,000

3, 120 33

50,368 92 12,053 76

48,325 39

x" §3

1 a
s *

75,000

45,306 94
96, 967 22

11

41,250

3,279

835 65

39,065

50,000

103,000

19,700
16,949
25,904

28

22,256

4,200

2,000

3,150

2,434

63 29
1,300 67

34,946 86

103,000

950

5,367

17,511 94

51,000

23,850

1,530

3,500

2,824

24,314 88

643 08

33,422 15

64,000

6, 779 07

100,000

52,400

10,057 74

5,814 83

56.000

79,000

18,165

24, 034 74 11, 981 63
8,756 74

100,000

J3,500

945

17,875 23

1,108 89

8,100

2,530

23,355

86 26

24,271

70 10

17,974

2,000

3,168 53

100, 000
100 000

57,450

11,416 03

21,608

2,401

450

17,182
36,528
11 20

30,250 00

21,596

18,153 21

52,500

46,50

2,530

14,709

24,613 95

100,000

2,700

150

55,103
20,743

2,465 67

90,000

350

1,015

118 66

2, 623 50

50,000

3,300

714

22 51

10,192

3,446 32

100,000

4,472

143 67

25,498

1,540

71 23

18,086

13,777

50,000

11,404 71

75,000

2,050

3,219,800

538,050

913,043 85 222,004 50

221,655 61

5,526 06
128 29

693,000

225,126 72 11,587 34
247,512 22 24,252 69
1,224,417 37 41,496 36

1,093,800

17,646 49

41,400

2,326 87

170,'900 00

104,828

2,727 25

320,650 54

100,000

11,021

664,33

192,542 00

225,200

14,381

300,000

300,000

147,560

3,391 58

356 40

817,592 54

10,734 98

6,255 46 4,672

4,000

240

2,300

1,200

50,000

7,600

2,165

14,391 90

98

15,590 55

7,481

23,100 00

1,367

19,680 82

50,000

23.163 34
26




100,000

14,250

101,350

133,500 00

50,000

50,000

23,808 92

3,000 00

5,491 23 1,151,205 27 103,758 32

50,000

110 72

25.162 75
10,048 79

121,042

17,330

75,000

530,122 82

"

2,000 00

12,965
397 64
165 70

19,255 27

52,500

73,234
30,301

215

52,000

52,863

26,122 00

101,350

10*3*

172

REPORT OF T H E "COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
Reports of the condition of the National

Banking

Associations

LIABILITIES.

|

i
T I T L E OF B A N K .

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1
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michigan.
National Bank of—
East Saginaw, Merchants*...
Fenton, First
Flint, First
Grand Rapids, F i r s t
Grand Rapids, C i t y . . . . . .
Hillsdale, First
Hillsdale, Second
Houghton, First
Ioaia, First
Jackson, First
Jackson, Peoples'
Kalamazoo, First
Kalamazoo, Michigan
Lansing, Second
Lowell, Lowell
Marquette, First
Marshall, First
Marshall, Michigan
Monroe, First
Owosso, First
Pontiac, First
Pontiac, Second
Paw-Paw, First
Romeo, First
Sturgis, First
St. John's, First
Three Rivers, First
Tecumseh, First
Ypsilanti, First

$305,764 93
62,914 84
100,764 20
246,197 10
219,108 07
54,544 39
62,224 87
217,186 49
89,941 07
42,537 10
39,765 18
195,273 40

00
23
24
00
14

$177,934 00
49,500 00
62,125 00
132,500 00
87,000 00
44,930 00
80,000 00
141,500 00
87,500 00
51, 000 00
85,800 00
89,728 00
89,495 00
44,036 00
45,000 00
53,000 00
90,000 00
50,200 00
86,500 00
45,000 00
89,000 00
88,750 00
44,490 00
83,129 00
76,475 00
43,500 00
90,000 00
44,950 00
66,190 00

3,435, 000 00

175,617 92

2,812,022 00

3,511, 698 65

100,000
1,000,000
200,000
250,000

26,000
100,000
74,073
8,000

lf50
81

$200,000 00
50,000 00

1588
294
812
168
1470'
1247
275
1065
1533
191
1359
264
1280
390
1515
1518
1587
1573
434
1574
1521
354
825
1539
600
1063
155

100,000 00
150,000 00
100,000 00

Total

50,000 00
100,000 00
160,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
100, 000 00
50,000 00
50,000 00
150, 000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
50,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
50,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
50,000 00
100,000 00
50,000 00
75,000 00

$8,214 82
1,170 30
1,500 00
13,541 48
10,000 oo
10,500 00
2,000 00
2,100 00
9,026 63
1,120 00
4,435 90
17,000 00
6,661 87
2,479 23
10,092 79
3,166 16
20,039 01
500 00
405 52
1,690 00
1,800 00
1,144 06
2,041 94
4,698
3,679
2,148
5,000
1,940

215,084
94,465
47,117
97,166
108,420
107,089
47,046
26,543
120,547

15
89
10
14
25
47
68
89
52

63,773 45
41,851 79
64,934 70
32,477 79
33,050 14
37,516 47
30,273 01
59,722 81

City of Detroit.
First
Second
National Insurance Bank
American

97
116
1433
1542

00
00
00
00

1,550,000 00

Total

00
00
40
00

67,500
599,281
85,000
201,500

00
00
00
00

779,715
1,099,918
863,657
593,769

96
93
15
31

208,073 40

953,281 00

3,337,061 35

1,082 80

40,625 00
43,910 00

32,260
51,266
47,465
55,590
52,192
30,728

Wisconsin,
Appleton, Appleton...
Berlin, First
Beloit, Beloit
Beaver Dam
Columbus, First
Cedarburg, First




1650
400
836
851
178
1415

50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000

00
00
00
00
00

100,000 00

1,026 15
3,452 84
765 61

42,500
44,750
' 45,000
90,000

00
00
00
00

82
73
96
04
53
95

EEPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
on the morning

of the first

Monday

10*3*

of October, 1866—Continued.

$40 5£
#76,831 0'

32,342 44

$158 82

9,935 92
2,754 71

$13,035 6 )
C
5,073 16}
4,858 2C1
17,061 25
i
8,797 09 . . „ , ,

3,889 74

6,043 32
3,250 71
9,967 64
8,331 23
4,176 34
13,362 06
11,504 74
12,395 82
4,062 58
2,826 18
15,711 75
3,438 37
12,806 29

659 95

6.370 90
1,780 76
4,207 18
4,389 62
3,767 93
5,037 93
5,798 72

286 24

157 22
2,282 68

42 97
695 00

373 22

29,083 44

22,305 00

$20,000 00

961 54
3,970 85
3.371 69
6,657 13
181,556 78

288,921 41

288,921 4!




11,981 92

14,650 40

24,080
58,290
32,363
16,330

31,796
5,234
9,640
30,535

49
24
15
91

131,064 79

61
18
00
97

' 77,206 76

495 20.
2 54

30 69

246,598 45

13,836
76,735
16,849
4,824

05
04
07
38

112,244 54

2,920 82
4,264 47 .
17,573 61 .
2,758 77
2,843 32 ,
4,079 42.

20,000 00

905 00
905 00

Aggregate.

State bank circulation
outstanding.

Profits.

| Due to other banks.

Due to National Banks.

Deposits of U. States
disbursing1 officers.

United States deposits.

LIABILITIES.

$704,989 91
245,489 39
269,247 40
569,235 75
460,161 13
166,017 71
247,804 79
531,449 13
294,798 93
198,833 44
238,927 24
400,942 04
433,974 97
399,226 34
147,579 73
328,626 58
334.108 22
314,024 51
240,417 53
123,730 17
337,749 70
258,713 07
141,263 78
255,143 57
220.109 46
131,190 91
233,635 56
133,594 70
209,510 08
10,409,126 12

1,042; 929 11
3,228,380 80
1,282,487 77
1.104,960 57
6,658,758 25

126,301 84
150,524 00
157.572 80
154,124 96
153,488 74
225.573 9

174

REPORT OF T H E "COMPTROLLER OF T H E
Reports of the condition of the National

CURRENCY.
Ranking

Associations

RESOURCES.

. T I T L E OF B A N K .

S

I
Wisconsin.
Nation al Bank of—
Dele van, First
Elkhorn, FirstFort Atkinson, First
Fox Lake, First
Fond du Lac, First.
Green Bay, First
Green Bay, City
Hudson, First
Janesville, First
Janesville, Rock County
Jefferson
.
Kenosha, First
L a Crosse, First
Madison, First

1248
873
157
426
555
874
1009
95
83
749
1076
212
1313
144

Monroe, First
Manitowoc, First
Neenah
Oshkosh, First
Oshkosh, Commercial
Racine,First
Ripon, First
Sparta, First
Whitewater, First
Watertown, Wisconsin
Waukesha, Wakesha
Waukesha, Fanners*..

230
852
1602
218
1568
457
425
1115
124
1010
1086
1159

Total

$34,261
82,935
56,895
63,510
171,858

58
81
07
35
25

96, 726 90
75, 953 52
46,937 38
74, 869 26
125,387 44
32,570 37
97, 581 37
59,097 88

$41 77
8,414 26
2,210 23
131 02
1,256 62
1,265
7,991 95
. 688 12
396 65
61 03

133,243 98 ^250 07
42,156 52 2,736 09
37,340 28 2,316 40
38, 999 29
103,463 20
310 35
312,981 35
992 54
183,374 59 1,339 53
37,258 70 1,622 04
69, 653 30
35 50
60,597 65
943 71
50,123 43 2,550 47
59,622 54
237 35
91,247 51
2,345,156 14 41,210 97

$1,332
4,200
960
6,984
5,000
2,518
2.465
3,650

50 $1,156 59 £2,090 64
00 1,326 91 2,767 27
20 1,342 37
66 1, 486 77
1,040 12
00 1,171
75
522 76 3,733 00
04 3,041 94 3,206 14
00
570 35

11,250 00
1.466 33
4,722 97
6, 885 70
2. 750 00

2,981 06
5,709
3,067
1,284
8,844

75
43
94
29

2,000 00
4,000
8,385
3,556
5,750
13,200
982

00
21
58
00
00
00

628 01 4,233 97
1,783 04 3, 750 50
778 24
3,305 68
1,326 01
358 53 3,782 87
2, 070 64 3, 710 25
2,324 58 3,354 52
4,086 00
1,429 31
484 84
627 30
819 42
57
199 29
948 14
1,493 30

4,000 00

132,645 74 36,787 58 48,736 25

City of IMtlwaukic.
First
National Exchange
Milwaukie Nat'l B ' k of W i s . .
Merchants'
National City

64
1003
1017
1438
1483

Total

227,200 41 2,059 53
331,221 22 1,251 25
511,352 71 14,657 20
127,429 15 2,015 62
176, 073 29 5,022 81
1,373,276 78 25,006 41

16,811
50,900
1,006
5,119

04
00
75
00

4, 614 58
2,152 27
12,472 36
4,265 53
8,273 63 1,696 25

73.836 79 15,040 48 18,434 14

Iowa.
Burlington, First
351
Burlington, National State . 751
1299
Bloomfield, First
337
Centreville, First.
500
Cedar Rapids, First
483
Cedar Rapids, City
794
Clinton, Clinton
1479
Council Bluffs, First




104,700 00
274,187 82
66,749 33
16,388 55
113,840 45
113,521 85
97,587.79
66,193 501

2,203 32
2, 059 40
605 07
1,484 29
4,162 21
145 56
1,620 94

981 10

8,000 00
1,189 73
1,211 19
1, 404 57
13,300 00

2,804 40
1,030 67
1,156 55
224 66
2, 680 53
2, 207 59
3,617 15
1.814 73

2,135 10
819 13
2,230 94
2,893 87
5,376 18
921 77
3,543 18

EEPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF T H E

CURRENCY.

on the morning of the first Monday of October, 1866—Continued.
RESOURCES.

£
£

o

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&

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tn

$50,000

26 51

$5,900

75,000

800

83,000

$6,395 89

200

50,000
101,550

t:
o i

$12,215 29
715

$49 55

12.284 16
294

1,000

11,941 00

5,042

11,500 00
919 01

64,368 66 $9,800 00

50,000

17,850

265

101 80

24,783

50,000

31,550

3,708

179 80

26,912 48

50,000

7,500

6,118

71 05

431 79

140,000

87,350

18,347

991 62

66,843 02

4,251 81

102,000

30,900

1,855

9 60

40,104 80

60,000

20,750

4,741

150 00

10,272 50

11,180 82

50,000

1,900

737

110 50

35,189 9'

2, 731 03

50,700

3,500

5,698

249 73

30,474 54

848 55

46,000

65,750

1,920

977 34

38,484 00

5,670 75

90,000

76,350

3,450

23 75

37,537 00

988 97

50,000

8,200

6,200

459 88

14,057 75

6, 070 27

50,000

13,500

558

14 40

13,698 12

6,000 00

50,000

50,350

2,620

280 97

59,506 00

2, 073 01

101,000

18,800

625

. 81,000

1,900

2,091

21 00

58,440 00

3,260 79

26,241 00

31,664 48

51,000

50

5,557

124 97

32,907 00

53,000

3,500

160

267 50

28,115 50

50,000

.4,000

3,551

62 31

25,343 48

6, 81.0 17

60,000

16,650

3,415

1,083 50

24.291 69

61 14

58,500

36,050

1,015

1,469 97

21,418 52

101,000

11,250

575

87 92

21,558 64

65, 655 92

2,103,750

543,700

92,208

8,062 67

889,779 51

14,989 63

200,000

166,200

15,696

3,151 57

228,007 00

5,337 09

155,000

150,000

1,836

860 00

582 89

250,000

1, 744 57

118,970 00

9,800 00!

3,600 00

122,630 00

4,800

12,755 78

75,000

5,800

13,115

22 93

69,200 00

34,704 71

65,000

6,000

5,654

52 95

SI, 826 50

68,370 10

745,000

328,000

41,101

4.087 45

563, 033 50

8,486 98

100,000

58,250

10,000

72 35

94,471 03

10,720 16

100,000

4,400

22,935

2,440 70

65,007 88

259 36

57,050

455

49 65

6,079 90

10 40

50,000

39 12

31,215 50

1,850




3,800

5, 050

250 00

28,708 38

21,250

3, 034

295 40

28, 585 42

60,000
2,073 37

60,000
100,000

10,197 21

1,400

4,565

53,000

17,850

5,521

12,484 08
1.088 02

15,870 11

3,600 00,

10*3*

176

REPORT OF T H E "COMPTROLLER OF T H E
Reports of the condition of the National

CURRENCY.
Ranking

Assodatinns

LIABILITIES.
a
T I T L E OF B A N K .

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Wisconsin.
National Bank of—
Delevan, First
Elkhorn, First
Fort Atkinson, First
Fox Lake, First
Fond du Lac, First
Green Bay, First
Green Bay, City
Hudson, First
Janes ville, First
Janesville, Rock County
Jefferson
Kenosha, First
L a Crosse, First
Madison, First
Monroe, First
Manitowoc, First
Neenah
Oshkoeh, First
Oshkosh, Commercial
Racine, First
Ripon, First
Sparta, First
Whitewater, First
Watertown, Wisconsin.
WaukeBha, Waukesha
Waukesha, Farmers*

1248
873
157
426
555
874
1009
95
83
749
1076
212
1313
144
230
852
1602
218
1568
457
425
1115
124
1010
1086
1159

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

25, 000 00
1,820 83
1,382 04
1,911 15
810 00
1,342 57
1,072 00
30,508 16

100,000
60,000
50,000
50,000
50,000

00
00
00
00
00

2,000
1,794
3,020
10,000

00
17
26
00

2,982
550
598
1,460
1,025

15
00
39
01
00

11,213
2,000
3,500
1,960
2,000
750
1,428

71
00
00
94
00
00
55

90,000 00
50,000 00
50,000 00
50,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
60,000

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

50,000 00
100,000 00

2 wS , l/VM' U
Ow 000 Oft
'
oS
u

Total

$475 00

$50,000
75,000
75,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
125,000

1 O yo-j oo
JXIf! Q'lO ^fi
. ,

$45,000
67,500
67,500
45,000
86,000

00
00
00
00
00

44,500 00
45,000 00
43,340 00
124,830 00
90,000 00
53, 985 00
45,000 00
45,000 00
39,860 00
79,867 00
45,000 00
45,000 00
44,945 00
89,835 00
71,426 00
45, 000 00
45,000 00
44,955 00
54,000 00
45,000 00
90,000 00

$22,222 15
47,986 88
26,015 68
54,791 87
205,292 87
133,613 83
149,729'39
63,206 81
119,286 45
167,028 41
30,545 48
114,790 61
121,496 36
149,993 70
83,276 28
35,030 63
37,218 36
223,629 74
234,427 62
198,229 82
69,180 45
89,974 92
58,685 44
71,602 74
110,241 29
50,972 12

1,849 328 00

O, u**7 if t7 S8
4 O
J • , Q^ Q
b

180,000
135,980
212,500
67,500
57,000

364,341 11
501,437 53

City of Milwaukic.
First
National Exchange
Milwaukie Nat'l B ' k of W i s .
Merchants'
National City

64
1003
1017
1438
1483

Total

200,000 00
200,000
250,000
100,000
100,000

00
00
00
00

Q^n nrwi rifl
cou, uuu w

19,000
14,147
52,126
12,785
13,246

00
22
16
32
65

00
00
00
00
00

480,818 73
177,030 90
199,467 33

111, 305 35

652,980 00

j, YAJ, uyo ou

11,910 76

89,000 00
85,000 00
49,480 00

158,925 45
290,363 48
28,349 66
15,87108

Iowa.
Burlington, First
351
Burlington, National State... 751
Bleomfield, First
1299
Centreville, First
337
Cedar Rapids, First
500
Cedar Rapids, City
483
Clinton, Clinton
994
Council Bluffs, First
1479




100,000 00
100,000 00
55,000 00
50,000 00
100,000
100,000
60,000
50,000

00
00
00
00

15,003 69
1,500 00
1, 642 32
4,379 89
4,298 77

44,965 00
53,000 00
87,500 00

1,0U 74
839 16

50,679 00
45,000 00

179,162 48
87,528 25
90,171 15
79,526 42

EEPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
on the morning of the first

10*3*

Monday of October, 1866—Continued.

$330 G
8

$942 22

$793 41

2,880 87

346 54

52 45
618 69
147 54

71 73
|
1,536 70

505 05

60 51

' 42,903 63

44,439 10
39,090 54

2,463 08
41,435 44

$1,138 8
7
3, 540 0
3
8,288 81
1,174 66
7,365 22
3,476 89
2,609 34
4,958 04
8,537 93
18,102 72
1,455 40
4,045 82
3,472 75
14,655 38
5,213 31
1,966 48
3,657 66
9,847 11
5,097 84
6,211 85
2,811 02
4,738 08
4,144 63
3,443 60
5,844 52
4,494 43

5,339 96
2,332 67

15,810 27

168,199 39
114,020 98
91,011 39

205,032 37

$23,794 20

23,794 90

44,531 06

202 25

3,041 83

172,732 81

23
39
42
28
26

18,121 56
13,709 40
32,593 93
8,169 91

15,097 45
13,248 39
26,275 95
1, 663 28
16,085 43

307,810 58

72,594 80

72,370 50

1,477 45
10,476 33

3,983 24

98,446
81,692
119,244
4,920
3,507

458 42




788 87
4, C 4 54
5

9, 947 80
12,157 23
3,689 54
1,425 5?
7,337 11
7,778 12
• 10,215 83
5,210 5
?

, Stale bank circulation outstanding.

i
Due to other banks.

Due to Nation'l Banks.

;

f
Depoaits of U. States
disbursing officers.

£
2

i

United States deposits.

LIABILITIES.

$6,120 00

6,120 00

1,150 00

C

tto

$119, I G 70
C
219,020 91
178,625 32
152,348 57
402,304 88
232,400 72
251,9C8 71
162,576 85
* 451,066 17
375,255 31
150,171 27
221,8C8 1
4
220,989 37
309,513 74
300,429 28
132,547 It
138,937 49
371,317 33
435,927 67
389,414 05
168,991 47
193,213 00
159,746 01
191,046 34
211,835 81
24G, 895 10
7,355,139 64
1,032,821 53
1,051,226 32
1,173,559 19
365,049 78
397,476 58

1,150 00

4,020,133 40

10,833 00

415,792 52
516,983 97
138.019 £0
114,362 31
343,879 48
287,105 14
212,860 59
196,063 70

178

REPORT OF T H E "COMPTROLLER OF T H E
Reports of the condition of the National

CURRENCY.
Banking

Associations

RESOURCES.

T I T L E OF B A N K .
S
P
2
o

3

£

a
o

I w ,
o a
National Bank of—
Davenport, First
Davenport, Davenport
Decorah, First
Des Moines, First
Des Moines, Second
Des Moines, National State.
Dubuque, First
Dubuque, Merchants'
Dubuque, National State
Fairfield, First
Fort Madison, Fort Madison.
Fort Dodge, First
Grinnell, First
Iowa City, First
Iowa City, Iowu City
Independence, First
Keokiik, First
Keokuk, State
Lyons, First
Lansing, First
Marion, First
Mount Pleasant, Firat
Mount Pleasant. Nat'l State..
McGregor, First
Marshalltown, First
Muscatine, Muscatine
Muscatine, Mereh'ts Exch'ge.
Maquoketa, First
Newton, First
Ottumwa, First
Oskaloosa, First
Oskaloosa, National State
Osage, Osage
Vinton, First
Washington, First
Waterloo, First
Winter set
Total

15
848
493
389
485
950
317
846
1540
1475
1611

$147,928 75
193,990 53 $1,792 30
70, 624 24 727 31
57,326 89 1,677 00
7,941 85
174,278 18 3,764 53
158,180 42 1,377 16
204,502 51 3,461 70
226,949 06 3,049
31,651 24
89 03
69,5C2 27

$10,
$11,

$10,201 00
12,191 03
373 70
6, 447 84
14 23
2, 507 45
9,303 2
G
11,098 ll
2,849 9:
2,310 0?
521 G 6,190 66
G

032 61 $6,693 88
68 30
345 16 3,000 00

3,446 03 .
4,853 78 .
2,059 141.
G 096 86.
,
631 41.
1,510 38;

1661

1629

38, 519 10
98, 279 71 1,288 51
977
87, 808 64 1,273 03
1581
20, 268 18,' 1,491 49
80
212 408 36j 4,515 21
1441
131,354 74; 402 26
66
121, 766 05j 2,309 71
405
55, 853 29j 4,455 80
117
65,513 331 2,706 29
299
60; 061 8lj
922
131,483 61!
62 14
323
117,379 23 5,526 32
411
133,939 42''
6 00
692
207, 404 11] 2, 619 67
1577
109,779 71 883 64
999
45,C 5 19
8
650
65,695 53| 4,124 56
107
77, 633 941 3,563 16
147
124,514 97! 1,105 21
1
1101
H 145 S9 643 49
1618
37, 065 S31 2,858 68
J
1593
67,
399
156,312 73 1,518 21
1,500 (
792
79,514 29,' 1,019 75
!, 471 J
1403
49, 416 92 1,880 68
f, 093 :
4,567,817 04 72,672 76 149,676 31

1,489 74 1.4U7 69

18

2,133 14
j
C C 1,197 95j
S O
2,729 91 4,09105
4, 945 35 3,000 00
81 95
170 50j 552 37
027 89. 2,214 09
I, 627 80
!, 672 74| 1,614 81
612 76
1,827 78
501 24'
65 4g| 2,525 61
, 185 84
306 00
172 15 .
262 93' 193 00
037 52.
J.
1,444 67'.
100 00 .

2,609
1,379 08
3,519 26
90
C
20,008 91
1.3L0
293 0
C
1,772 46
3,021 O
f
1,785 7C
2,743 0^
6,939 54
1,350 0
C
2,182 14
2,292 G
C
2,389 51
354 75
12,950 76
1,548 92
720 93
329 C
t
e
1,883 4
S
5,742 51
364

73,848 01: 27,325 90 159,811 5
C

Minnesota.
Hastings, First
Hastings, Merchants'
Minneapolis, First
Minneapolis, Nat'l Exchange.
Minneapolis, State




406
1538
710
719
IG23

104,593 80
93,010 21!
98,988 71
115,532 49
160,442 45

4,014
74
5,728
2,692
4,711

91 4,535 16 1,719 33
36 83
91 3,319 13 1,759 53
1
70 3,160 75
198 03 1,416 97
37 4,246 07] 2,263 95 3,000 00
28 20, 592 0 > 2,614 491 664 20
<

5,030
16,883
13,094
7,027
13,897

74
5
P
O
C
05

EEPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
on the morning of the first Monday of October, 16—oud
86 Cne.
it
RESOURCES.

C
i
« S
3

Sg

G P
3

I F

:

TJ O

o

$133,913 34 [$15,165 65
51,711 31 54,156 06
7,417 07
2

CD

17,126 69

$100,000

72,550

5,700

50,000

117 47

$76,650

200,000

1,550

782

81,000

400

19,677 80

31,600
71,000

1,015

15,160 00

106,000

2,643 35

150,0C0

35,676 44 21,114
15,776 42 37,458 57

206, 000
w

29 02
330 00

13,172 49
10,302 20 12,187 85
16, 788 88 5,659 14
10,600 49 19,458 90
25,083 72

45 39

21,517 42 12,256 34
16,003 75

50,000
68,000
70,000
300,000
100,000
75,000
105,000
50,000
53,000
50,000
67,000
76,000

4,614 40

48,414 38
57, 908 25

37 15

31,324 21

904 63

2,258 92

624 77

3,897 61 11,995 30
2, 428 25 15,305 58
6,640 21 2,208 50
4,297 21
1,107 82
20,493 02

100,000

6,957 83 10,593 86
4,656 94
6,568 78

50,000
50,000

51 37

14,091 16

365 76

44,100

98,450
78,000
7,200

3,765
6,231
380

17,900

49,036 85

12,629
18,810

3,704 51

71,725 00

6,218

69,477 00

1,981 70

48,295 93

65 10

4,550

4,372

950

3,925

22,000

7,093

2,800

187 00

5,000

55,800

14,000
33,244

481 80

73,808

3,160

1,755 00

33,514

3,700

4,106

3,697 55

41,150

4,350
4,200

18,454
55,149
23,969
80 00

9,192
18,233

450

172

50,000

2,512

632 30

18,500

6,958

1,671 11

65,708

6,000 00

51,850

7,943

471 00

60,300

1,500 00

1,000

816

335 17

19,274

890

2,026 84

43,958

4.000

6,150

4,970 95

24,891

6,900

7,733

1,359 89

25,631

37,125

4,846 30

13, 735

2,950

4,730

10,150

2,845

150 09

23,214

700

2,615

324 52

29,897

3,050

76

22 18

15,024

500

20

9,217

700

2,500

12,500

500

13,421

6,200

6,224

100

1,995

3,680,150

933,200

19,684 52

37,835 72
28,882 26

2,000

50,000
50,000

13,524 70

963,029 40 268,700 7s|

150,000
50, 000
75,000
30, 000
50,000
75,000
100,000
50, 000
100,000
150,000
100,000

10,826 96
12,091 11

166,490 75 $33,500 00
13,763 18

50,000
9,629 32

15,203 95
3,335 22

$280,896 00

4,176 85

100,000

04

3,354 26
51,734 03

$1,225 $6,244 9;

457 61

21,188
19,342
29,390

208,333 43,250 15

1,813,629 341 1 5 , 5 9 6

105,500

6,450

780

619 00

26,384 85

104,000

400

1,005

17 00

26,603 88

2,439 40

50,000

3,200

1,825

407 19

38,108 34

3,645 61

50,000

1,150

3,171

656 01

40,064 00

17,225 48 14,158 45

100,700

16,950

1,922

1,440 00

23,036 00

30

10,685 42
4,049 96

2.922 12

23,140 88
56,734 09




20,230

82

10*3*

180

REPORT OF T H E "COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
Rejwrts

of the condition

of the National

Banking

LIABILITIES.

T I T L E OF B A N K .

Iowa.
National Bank of—
Davenport, First
Davenport, Davenport...
Decorah, First
Des Moines, First
Des MoineB, Second
Des Moines, National State..
Dubuqne, First
Dubuque, Merchants'
Dubuque, National State
Fairfield, First
Fort Madison, Fort Madison.
Fort Dodge, FirBt
Grinnell, First
Iowa City, First
Iowa City, Iowa City
Independence, First
Keokuk, First
Keokuk, State
Lyons, First
Lnnsing, First
Marion, First
Mount Pleasant, First
Mount Pleasant, Nat'l State.
McGregor, First
Marshalltown, First
Muscatine, Muscatine
Muscatine, Merct'tsExch'ge.
Maquoketa, First
Newton, First
Ottumwa, First
Oskaloosa, First
Oskaloosa, National State...
Osage, Osage
Vinton, First
Washington, First
Waterloo, First
Wintereet

15
848
493
389
485
950
317
846
1540
1475
1611
1661
1629
18
977
1581
80
1441
66
405
117
299
922
323
411

650
107
147
1101
1618
1593
398
792
1403

Total..

$100,000 00
200, C O 00
O
50,000 00

100,000 00

$3,500
3,567
1,192
3,350

00
41
39
76

2,699
9,103
2,954
5,670
500

81
55
33
15
00

6,069
1,759
2,113
17,619

52
05
42
37

50,000 00

100,000 00
150,000 00

200,000 00
150,000 00
50,000 00
75,000 00
30,000 00
50,000 00
75, C O 00
O

$90, 000 00
179,150 00
45,000 00
88,900 00
42, 465 00
90,000 00
130,000 00

180,000 00
127, 500 00
44,*626 00
67,500 00

00
00
00
00
00

3,563 11
20,000 00
3,195 19
3,400 00
3,500 00
5,312 50
1,341 87
3,316 45
5 386 82
5,745 92
600 00
734 00
400 00
2,500 00
2,160 72
714 87

42,219 00
57,500 00
82,375 00
43,500 00
89,870 00
135,000 00
89,000 00
44,500 00
59,940 00
62,870 00
85,940 00
88,580 00
67,447 00
89,250 00
42,500 00
45,000 00
44,100 00
60,000 00
67,500 00
62,490 00
35,000 00
42,500 00
37,500 00
42,500 00
43,170 00

3,722,000 00

175,857 54

3,160,016 00

100,000 00
50,000 00

100,000 00
150,000 00

1,000 00

100,000 00

5,000 00
5,500 00

50,000 00
67,000 00
75,000 00

100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000

00
00
00
00

50,000 00
50,000 00
50,000 00

60,000 00
75,000 00

100,000 00
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000

1,800 00

Minnesota.
496
Hastings, First
1538
Hastings, Merchants'
710
Minneapolis, First
Minneapolis, Nat'l Exchange. 719
1623
Minneapolis, State




100,000 C
O

1,449 30

100,000 00

1,000 00

50,000 00
50,000 00

2,729 £8

100,000 00

C O 00
O

89,000
88,651
43,250
44,250
87,000

00
00
00
00
00

Associations

EEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

10*3*

on the morning of the first Monday of October, 1866—Continued.

$55,055 2f
45,457 6

$2, 973 0

14,810 6(
38,539 7
c
102,946 5
£
67,652 8
£

i
j

Due to other banks. !

i
f

$2,437 1
<
>
2,952 4;
>
1,428 4)
C

41,198 11

8
*

|

Due to National Banks.

I
i

1

Deposits of U. States
disbursing officers.

f
j
-

United Statea deposits, j

LIABILITIES.

768
5,808
458
14,257

5
3
o:
8."
8
6

$79 9
S
!
1,379 7i
3
1,598 3
7
2,383 81
9,089
11,610
25,973
7,354

4i
G
i
78
:
76
:
03

3,459 5
6
763 90
2, 111 91

44,829 85

3,189 05
499 54
7,355 78

20 no
i
22 27!

1.104 96
2. 792 2Di
4,252 83

25,217 24
682 72
4,446 82

49,402 18

3,116 42
1,150 59

2,197 77
i
221 20,
!

11,714 03

5,079 99
10,000 00

488,901 42

44,171 1
7




10. 003 79
183 48'

|
1.931 98 •
|
95,567 36 89,695 03

4 H nj
3
268 16
2,591 24

16 56
22.288 64

a
0
§ .ts ts3
w P
Sfl
vc
3
to

1
$20,284 6
J
$782,224 G
G
1
21,671 9
S
826,985 32
j
4,805 4
£
147,784 4
8
S
7,351 O
»..
296,718 85
11,847 2
7
109,755 47
13,990 61
435,645 62
13,900 o
e
572,701 50
10,134 7
C
)
6i2,373 60
23,763 4 $17,160 00
£
;
567,232 4
8
2,398 91
138,975 02
10,600 3
9
210,533 67
330 00
30,330 00
4
6, 9 4 49
132,772 65
a non 4i
238,022 43
'
H 334 93
353,004 6
4
3,748 82
152,898 89
9. 703 01
430.452 04
8. 457 06
391,172 1
4
11,085 0
4
317,844 08
5,386 41
141.541 36
4,545 21
179,099 52
4,579 67
274,739 86
4,150 57
398,067 23
6,682 00
7,963 80
189,195 83
4,506 27
240.542 03
2,237 26
383,087 13
7,882 16
237,493 71
7,310 13
153,801 15
151,626 87
5,3£8 01
200,276 43
8,353 22
264,416 19
4,754 73|
216,558 39
3,929 82:
106,586 61
6,207 29
1
140,659 85
6,767 33
258,338 24
25.671 99
185,483 82
10. 0 4 0
2 4
155,025 73
3.289 47
378,117 46 34.675 00 13,079,040 43
14.C68 18,
11,525 26
6,892 43 .
19,900 91 .
9,357 58 .

5,500 00

270,350
254,045
241,708
290,842
398,784

04
35
26
59
26

182

REPORT OF T H E "COMPTROLLER OF T H E
Reports of the condition oj the National

CURRENCY.
Banking

Associations

RESOURCES.

T I T L E OF B A N K .

< *
2
«f £
•a

£

Minnesota*
National Bank of—
New Ulm, First
Rochester, First
Red Wing, First
S t Paul, First
St. Paul, Second
St. Paul, Nat'l Marine .
Stillwater, First
Shakopee, First
Winona, First
Winona, United

I
631
579
1487
203
725
1258
1514
1597
550
1643

Total.

$44,712
88,267
76,454
634,669
227,730
128,237
91,322
47,824
63,096
85,594

28 $1,895 55
893 47
46
68 20
70
00 23,300 00
43 2,355 19
98 3,035 52
22 2,285 16
31 9,627 48
332 34
43
62 1,979 13

2,060,537 09 62,994 21

$52
1,378
1,369
9,009
4,012
2,518
665
928
3,299
1,599

$700
1,514
3,992
1,600
6,756
1,813
2,850
1,653
2,884
8,500

60 $6,748 32
94 2,000 00
63 3,015 35
00
81
05 4,854 13
53 2,172 50
65
43
24 1,988 37

66,117 01 33,389 25 24,096 67

Kansas.
Leavenworth, First
Leavenworth, Second
Lawrence

182
1446
.;1590

123,308 64
107,189 88
91,731 25

2,213 34
849 35

10, 913 29
13,724 92
2,982 79

322,229 77

3,062 69

27,621 00

1,877 49
3,988 02
1,030 01

2,225 00

Topeka, Kansas Valley .
Total
Missouri*

2,225 00

I

Boonville, Central
Columbia, Exchange
Hannibal, First
Independence, First
Kansas City, First
St. Charles, First
St. Joseph, First
Sedalia, First

1584
1467
1571
1529
1612
260
1580
1627

Total

145,503
84,210
100,819
90,569
51,440
83,411
145,693
96,915

83
90
86
49
92
02
89
39

803,565 30

1,166 07
623 50
15,921
1,066
1,691
6,595
479

77
45
27
48

4, 592 46
1,103 35 8, 690 40
3, 430 23 3,011 50
435 21 3,581 45
2,601 43
996 15
1, 889 85
2, 088 71

27,064 54 17,137 39 15,283 35

City of St. Louis.
First
Second
Third
Fourth
St. Louis - . .
Union
Merchants'

89
139
170
283
1112
1381
1501

547,417 21 12,689 08
755,333 15
1,752,006 60
292, 652 82 7 , 7 8 4 1 8
630,597 54
692,369 59
946,515 74
5,616,897 65

Ttoal.

0,473 26

29,169
4,196
51,478
2,346
29,514
14,763

39
27
01
50
82|
04

1553

lYcvnda.
Austin, First Nat. B ' k of Nev.




113,931 49

4,157 42 13,187 50
7,408 18
6,834 18

131,468 03 69,380 87 72, 018 46

Oregon.
Portland, First

8,649 09 7,218 17
15,753 61
15, 608 05 51,612 79
10, 970 34

24,067 07

EEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

10*3*

on the morning of the first Monday of October, 1866—Continued.
RESOURCES.

* &&
rf

« fl o
3
5 ft «
)
a
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§

t M
S

# Z
S3

to
<

$60,000

$2,091

$20 00

50,000

$20 20

6,350

$3, 693
10. 426

$10,302 7!

93 30

22,500 00

192,631 53

236 73

26,550 74

185,205 17

48,904

82,814 00

600, 000

471,250

2,500

171 00

19,980

126 19

212,000

7,450

CO
rtj

9,814

$50

50,000

18,413

570 50

100,000

3,150

6,538

954 88

1,271

9,836

$126,956 47

166,322 00 $37,245 00
36,898 97

1,797,600 00

31,325 00 12,34;) 36
24,770 02 2,275 34
7,277 00

310,773 66

24,064

1,685 22

50,000

13,350

2,727

14 30

50,000

150

25,878

400 70

50,000

1,450

5,678

202 50

11,288 50

65,672 36

500 00

50,000

27,850

7,684

45 50

30,471 98

339,220 75108,726 19

1,682,200

259,200

49,431

6,528 19

96,386 52 42,438 61

100,000

122,050

67,502

551 45

140,000 12

71,557 16

300,000

103,250

3,182

650 65

68,475 43

102,000

1,450

55

174 68

17,932 00

226,407 55

19,331

5,584 17

1,094 58

2,239

63

526,011 37
217,511 02
123,417 41
170,383 42
284,344 64

521,904 07 74,331 15

5,390, 565 22

712,188
480,512
247,638
30,000

30,000

44
22
68
00

187,275 66 48,022 78

332,000

226,75G

70,739

1,376 78

54,916 49 24,307 57
6,922 40

100,000

191,650

11,232

25.803 26

78,208 00

94,000

28,500

1,790 35

46,595 84

825 19

296,584 80

118,675 85

338 35

101,500

100,500

1,490

80,359 00

1,996 80

529,967 86

85,613 90

2,229 19

50,000

150

400

24,813 47

3,065 00

101,400

10,550

3,000

50,000

28,600

22,780 30

101,515 40

4,360 02

1,470 339 34

636,317 29

268,526 11

33,717 49
99 58

30,602 00

1,219 69

12,311 53

2,230 00

248,777 77
292,958 22

45,042 56

450 70

100,000

4,950

9,300

5,798 64

57,548 71

377,575 95

27,666 79

1,610 22

100,000

4,000

8,811

481 50

38,990 00

289,004 86

481,024 76 38,923 43

696,900

368,900

34,233 39,553 04

378,332 51

101,847 12

25,435

5,136 02

309,141 0' 259,000 00

2,572,788 27

197,300

64,502

1,730 78

582,140 00

2,029,850 24

215,450

3,806,742 36

402,700

35,237 28,971 98
5,365 2,357 71
2,184 20,798 47

642,828 23

200,000

8,302 58

124,050

200,000
899,200

72,384 45

169,480 33

290,301 65

1,398,376 70

1,520 13

300,000

27,238 691. 9,417 87

167,000

I l l , 938 78

2,939,712 86

200,000

31,488 61
110,325 9'

5,051 99

35,125 48 15,263 11

2,206,200

[ 6,837 18




155,000 00

3,034 50:

18,246 46,891 86

240,000

587,444 98 106,888 14

6,200

939,500

171,270 11

1,296,761 14

91,835 94

1,019,267 81

144,005 87 104,000 00

157,169 108,921 32 2,231,522 87 363,000 00

2,264 00 23,743 12

53,508 25

1,556,882 24
12,680,6G8

76

1148

REPORT OF T H E "COMPTROLLER OF T H E
Reports of the condition of the National

CURRENCY.
Banking

Associations

LIABILITIES.

T I T L E OF B A N K .

Minnesota.
National Bank of—
New Ulm, First
ltochester, First
Red Wing, First
St. Paul, First
St. Paul, Second
St. Paul, Nat'l Marine .
Stillwater, F i r s t . . :
Shakopee, First
W i n on n, First
Winona, United

631

$54, 000 00

$10,301 9G.

579

4 4 , 7 1 2 00

89,990 22'

1487

45, 000 00

77,108 671

203

531,500 00

3S6,741 00|

725

180,000 00

121,786 30j

1258

89,250 oo!

104,663 50j

1514

4 5 , 0 0 0 ooj

114, 255 88,

1597

43,500 00;

2 4 , 3 5 1 SO;

550

' 4 4 , 5 0 0 OOj

6^,740 44|

1643

4 5 , 0 0 0 00

142,009 60

48, 656 72

1,474, 613 00

1 , 7 4 5 , 9 9 7 80:

25, 652 43'

8 9 , 0 0 0 00

227,495 65'

13,0C0 00

90,000 00

160,756 32j

8 3 , 1 0 0 00

53,877 02!

1,660,000 00

Total .
Kansas,

Leavenworth, First
Leavenworth, Second
Lawrence
Topeka, Kansas Valley

182

100, 000 CO

1590

100, 000 00
100,000 00

1G60

30, 000 00

1448

330,000 00

Total

262,100 00

442,128 99;

11,306 85

90,000 00

372, 059 48

2 , 4 1 5 86!

8 4 , 6 0 0 00

106,100 461

38, 652 43

ITIissouri.

1467

100,000 00
100,000 00

1571

100,000 CO

1 , 0 5 1 85

88,500 00

242, 967 76;

1529

50, COO 00

600 00

4 1 , 0 0 0 CO

166,003 17'

1612

100,000 00

350 00

90, 000 00

54,125 3G(

260

50,000 00

2 , 3 5 0 00

4 1 , 9 5 0 00

193, 851 93(

1580

100,000 00
100,000 00

1,883 63

40,000 00

228,433 71j

3 , 7 3 1 95

8 0 , 1 9 3 00

9 7 , 4 5 0 87i

700, 000 00

Eoonville, Central . . .
Columbia, Exchange.
Hannibal, First
Independence, First..
Kansas City, First
St. Charles, First
St. Joseph, First.
Sedalia, First

2 3 , 6 9 0 14

556,243 00

200,000 00
200,000 00

70,000 00

177,790 00

106,925 29,

154,360 00

602,715 81

304,917 33

798,600 00

882, 111 99|

1584

1627

Total .

1 , 4 6 0 , 9 9 2 74

City of St. Ejonis.
First
Second
Third
Fourth
St. L o u i s . .
Union
Merchants'

89
139
170

1 , 0 4 9 , 0 0 0 00

951, 665 19;

283

200,000 00

66,579 75

135, 000 00

732,257 92,

1112

530,000 00

52,002 77j

241,000 00

371, 622 691

1381

500,000 00

97,167 911

141,940 00

254,485 60'

1501

700,000 00

8 , 8 7 1 52-

204,000 00

541,969 87j

3 , 3 7 9 , 0 0 0 00

706,464 57,

1,852,390 00

4 , 3 3 6 , 8 2 9 07,

129,270 00

64,774 00

Total
Oregon.
Portland, First

*

IVcvailsi.
Austin, First Nat. B'k of Nev. 1331




155,000 00;

1, 860 00

EEPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
on the morning

of the first

Monday

10*3*

of October, 1866—Continued.

t
£
O
O

£
g

V
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PLi

i
$98,563 O
C

$9,214 00

$954 28
388 17
2,087 83
91,672 00
3; 928 58
8,417 45

$103 11

6,955 00
3,790 14
2,780 15
5,375 57

2,372 91
45,000 00
98,563 00

9,214 00

131,973 60
51,207 52

120,925 74
60,577 20

75 00

181,502 94

44,973 17

i

b

to
<

$4,450 00

.. .

2,573 00

$l£G,<j:>G 47
192,631 53
185,205 17
1,797,600 00
526,011 37
310,773 66
217,511 02
123,417 44
170,383 42
284,344 64

157,680 62

41,824 1*0

5,417 47

4,043 90

7,679 65
4,971 18
8,825 26

4,043 90

21,476 09

1,470,339 34

636,317 29
296,584 80
529,9G7 86
268,520 11
248,777 77
292,958 22
377, 575 95
289,001 86

1,836 40
183,181 12

$379 95
5,041 14
5,301 23
42,729 00
13,092 39
1,520 86
2,291 87
2,753 30
5,219 16
1,413 70

a
J

"3
to
!

!

j
j
| State bank circulation
j
outstanding.
'
i

Due to Nation! Banks.

Deposits of U. States
disbursing officers.

a

-a

[

United States deposits.

LIABILITIES.

7,253 87

141,492 98

12,523 00

5,390,565 22

712,188
480,512
247,638
30,000

44
22
68
00

3,511 06

2,280 25
24 25

17,044 51
3, 468 48
12,180 72
6,997 18
4,261 41
4,806 29
1,467 30
7, 604 79

4,485 34

6,230 26

57,830 68

2,939,712 86

30,215 15
63, 694 33'
20,767 69
38,791 77'
19,981 26
9,225 05
38,411 13

1,572,788 27
2,029,850 24
3,806,742 36
1,398,376 70
1,296,761 14
1,019,267 81
1,556,882 24

933 28

85,267 53
3,925 76
41 00

130,240 70

116,057 88
151,998 00
175,616 55
91,477 98

535,150 41

9,510 91
80,145 17

89,656 08




9,279 66
39
241,091 48
33
215,539 07
82
5,792 17
94
36 < 26,302 06
2,657 25
54,816 58
8,813 14

18,080
509,065
311,563
48,331
53,896

949,690 98

5,230 62

555,478 27

if: nro r *
1

221,086 38

7.183 72

39,175 00
1,956 00
13,792 00
54,923 00

12,680, GC8 76

379,351 11

186

Remittances and other
cash items.

Premiums paid.

Expense account.

•6

Real estate, furniture,
and fixtures.

Office number.

el
«

!

' T I T L E OP BANK.

Loans and discounts.

RESOURCES.

Colorado Territory.
^National Bank of—
Central City, Rocky Mount'n. 1632
Denver, First
......
1016
Denver, Colorado
1651

!
$37,446 21 $1,091 81
252,217 68
120,258 31 6,109 45

$13,067 72 $3,580 74 $2,159 63
4 20
59,500 00 11,329 96
23,042 51 3,382 69 7,672 55

$3,348 19|
1,251 2sJ
4,599 44;
I

409,922 20

7,201 26

95,610 23j 18,293 39

9,836 38

26,064 19
212,636 46
42,949 77

8,001 19
939 26
21 08

1,355 98
29,387 59
9,632 18

1,510 63
909 12
35 91

9,813 45
11,717 52
1,883 27!

281,650 42

Total

8,961 53

40,375 75 11,278 30

2,455 66

23,414 24'

Nebraska Territory.
Nebraska City, Otoe County. 1417
209
Omaha, First
Omaha, Omaha
1633
Total

1,616 34
8,929 39
732 57

Utah Territory.
Great Salt Lake, Miners'

1646

124,184 20 17,325 71

19,286 96

4,843 01

1

Rloutana Territory.
Helena First

. . . . . . J 1649




i

EEPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.
on the morning of the first

Monday

10*3*

of October, 1866—Continued.

Other United States
bonds and securities.

United States bonds
deposited to secure
circulation.

Due from otheT banks.

Due from National
Banks.

RESOURCES.

•

c.

A

a

O

S
.s
u
a)
5
o
o

H

4
§ i

- p

m to

m
u

a

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r
o
S

u

b

a

a
&
J2
"3

o

n
o
«

V
g
o

2 «
O

3)

ICJ
&
to
<

i

$1,375 10 $32,382 40
70,133 24
2,109 00
31,762 80
917 10

$182,098 66
633,163 70
284,944 09

160,192 50 37,911 41 134,000 00 54,250 00| 29,710 00 4,401 20 134,278 44

1,100,206 45

$47,958 86

$778 0 0

$30,000 00

58,349 05 35,270 57

70,000 00

1 , 8 6 2 84

34,000 00

53,884 59

$8,910 00

$54,250 00 2 0 , 0 0 0

00

800 00

30,000 00 9,550 00 2,701 00 1,016 05
23,686 02 7,282 01
381 49 100,000 00129,100 00. 12,891 00 7,174 04
251,831 24
22,975 81 12,798 20 50,000 00 8,150 00 | 9,305 00 1,131 90
298,493 07 20,461 70 180,000 00j146,800 OOj 24,897 00 9,321 99

50,617 48

7,738 46




50,000 00

300 00

765 00

1,834 00

20,845 92 $3,864 24
86,862 36 21,889 95
60,275 30
167,983 58 25,754 19

13,750 05

147,307 02
874,649 42
219,890 99
1,241,847 43

290,644 87

188

REPORT OF T H E "COMPTROLLER OF T H E
Reports of ike condition of the National

CURRENCY.
Banking

Associations

LIABILITIES.

T I T L E OF B A N K .

2
o
Colorado Territory*
National B a n t of—
Central City, Rocky Mount'n. 1 6 5 2
1016
Denver, First
1651
Denver, Colorado

$126,303 15

$50,000 0 0

$20,000 00

350,000 0 0

Total

200,000 00
100,000 00

20,000 00

$59,500 00

248,511 7 5
155,639 3 6

59,500 0 0

530,459 2 6

Nebraska TerritoryNebraska City, Otoe County.
Omaha, First
Omaha, Omaha

1417
209
1633

50, 000

00

100,000 00

26,500 00

65,257 33

76,431 0 0

459,997 0 7

00

120,115 04

4,742 08

147,931 00

645,369 4 4

44,970 0 0

77,157 0 0

50,000 0 0

200,000 00

Total

1,000 00
3,742 08

45, 000

C l b Territory.
Ta
Great Salt Lake, Miners'

1646

Montana Territory.
Helena, First




1649

150,000 00

1153

REPORT OF T H E "COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.

on the morning of the first Monday of October, 1S6G—Continued.

w
«
2
A*

\

|
O
o
<3
a
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State bank circulation ]
outstanding.
[

Due to Kation'I Banks.

' 1

disbursing officers.

M
a
a
X)
h
o

qJ

I

1
to

!

i

Deposits of U. States

United States deposits.

LIABILITIES.

$5,790 51

$182,098 66

$413 95

633,163 70

5,942 13

284,944 09

23,776 55

58,939 41

45,793 59

23,362 60

$58,939 41

57,531 23

1,100,206 45

3,742 66

807 03

147,307 02

49,703 77

874,649 42

55,627 44

$113,927 83

13,760 39

$1,459 84
554 48

4 , 2 2 1 47

219,890 99

55,627 44

113,927 83

14,567 42

2,014 32

57,667 90

1,241,847 43

409 56

4,065 55

14,042 76

290,644 87





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