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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE

Comptroller of the Currency




DECEMBER 10, 1926

WASHINGTON
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
1927

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TREASURY DEPARTMENT

Document No. 2977
Comptroller of the Currency

CONTENTS
Page

Submission of the report
Legislation recommended
National-bank failures
Bank failures other than national
Public debt, United States bonds, national bank, and other circulation
June 30, 1926
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United States circulation bond transactions year ended October 31, 1926-.
Redemption of national and Federal reserve bank circulation June 30,
1926
National banks of issue December 31, 1924, and December 31, 1925
Profit on national-bank circulation
Organization and liquidation of national banks year ended October 31,
1926, and since establishment of the system
Domestic branches of national banks, list of
National banks, with number of additional local offices and dates of
approval of their establishment, October 31, 1926
Condition of national banks at date of each report called for during year
ended October 31, 1926.
Condition of national banks June 30, 1926:
Statement and summary relative to
National-bank liabilities on account of bills payable and rediscounts since
December 31, 1925
Loans and discounts of national banks June 30, 1926:
Statement relative to
Classification of, for the last three fiscal years
Classification of, by reserve cities and States
Comparative statement of, for the last three fiscal years, banks in
central reserve and other reserve cities, all reserve cities and
elsewhere
Comparative changes in demand and time deposits, loans and discounts,
United States Government and other bonds and securities, and the
amount of lawful reserve of national banks since June 30, 1922
United States Government securities held by national banks in reserve
cities and States June 30, 1926:
Classification of, by reserve cities and States
Investments of national banks:
Comparison of, years ended June 30, 1925 and 1926
United States Government, domestic, and foreign bonds, securities, etc.,
owned by national banks June 30, 1926:
Classification of, by reserve cities and States
Savings depositors and deposits in national banks June 30, 1926:
Statement showing, by reserve cities and States, number of banks
reporting savings deposits, number of banks maintaining separate
savings departments, number of savings depositors, amount of savings deposits, and average.rate of interest paid
Per capita individual and savings deposits in all reporting banks June
30, 1926:
Statement showing, by States, approximate population, individual
deposits, per capita individual deposits, savings deposits, and
per capita savings deposits
Earnings, expenses, and dividends of national banks, year ended June
30, 1926:
Statement relative to
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Comparison of, years ended June 30, 1925 and 1926
Abstract of, by reserve cities and States, June 30, 1926..
Abstract of, by Federal reserve districts, June 30, 1926




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National bank investments in United States Government and other bonds
and securities, etc., loans and discounts and losses charged off on
account of bonds and securities and loans and discounts, years ended
June 30, 1918 to 1926
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Number of national banks, capital, surplus, dividends, net addition to
profits, and percentage ratios, years ended June 30, 1914 to 1926
54
National banks classified according to capital stock December 31, 1925:
Statement relative to and classification of
54
National-bank examiners, list of, October 31, 1926
55-61
Convictions of national-bank officers and others for violations of the
national banking laws during the year ended October 31, 1926, list of.. 61-64
Federal reserve banks:
Assets and liabilities of the 12 Federal reserve banks combined, as
of the last weekly statement date in October, 1917 to 1926
65
Principal assets and liabilities of the 12 Federal reserve banks combined, on the last weekly statement date in each month, from
January, 1922, to October, 1926
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66
Percentage of bills discounted secured by United States Government
obligations to total bills discounted and purchased by Federal
reserve banks at the end of each month, year ended October
31, 1926
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Federal reserve bank discount rates in effect November 1, 1926
67
Discount rates prevailing in Federal reserve bank and branch cities,
weeks ended October 15, 1925, and August, September, and October
15, 1926
68-70
Rates for money in New York:
Range of, monthly in the year ended October 31, 1926
70, 71
Comparison of range of, annually from January, 1917, to October 31,
1926
72
New York clearing house:
Transactions of, year ended September 30, 1926
73
Clearing-house associations in the 12 Federal reserve bank cities, and
elsewhere, year ended September 30,1926
73
Banks, other than national, June 30, 1926:
List of officials of State banking departments and number of each
class of banks under their supervision from which reports of condition were received
74, 75
State (commercial) banks, statement and summary relative to
76
Loan and trust companies, statement and summary relative to
77
Principal items of resources and liabilities of loan and trust companies
in June of each year, 1914 to 1926
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79
Stock savings banks, statement and summary relative to
80
Mutual savings banks, statement and summary relative to
81
Depositors and deposits in mutual and stock savings banks, by States,
June 30, 1925 and 1926.. 1
83-85
Number of savings banks (mutual and stock), number of depositors,
amount of individual deposits, and average amount due each
depositor in years ended June 30, 1914 to 1926
86
Private banks, statement and summary relative to
86
All reporting banks other than national, statement and summary
relative to
88
Resources and liabilities of each class of
90
Principal items of resources and liabilities of, on or about June 30,
1922to 1926.
91
Banks, all reporting, June 30, 1926:
Statement and summary relative to
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Abstract by States relative to
94-101
Individual deposits in, classification of
102
Resources and liabilities of, years ended June 30, 1922 to 1926
102
Principal items of resources and liabilities of, in the continental
United States, as compared with similar data from reporting member banks of the Federal Reserve System, on or about June 30,
1926.
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Cash, classification of, held by
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Money in the United States:
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Stock of, June 30, 1926, statement relative to
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Stock of, years ended June 30, 1914 to 1926
104
United States circulation statement, July 1, 1926
105
Imports and exports of merchandise, gold and silver, calendar years 1914
to 1925, and from January 1 to September 30, 1926
106
Banks in the District of Columbia:
Number, capital, individual deposits, and aggregate resources of,
June 30, 1926
107
Earnings, expenses, and dividends of, other than national, 6 months
ended December 31, 1925 and June 30, 1926; statement relative
to and comparison of, in years ended June 30, 1925 and 1926
107, 108
Building and loan associations in the District of Columbia:
Statement relative to, in the year ended June 30, 1926
108
Number of, loans, installments on shares, and aggregate resources,
years ended June 30, 1909 to 1926
109
Building and loan associations in the United States:
Statistics relating to, by States, in the fiscal year ended 1925
109, 110
Failures of, year 1925, statement relative to and summary each
year 1920 to 1925
110, 111
Monetary stocks in the principal countries of the world:
Statistics relating to, at the end of the calendar year 1925
111-115
Federal land banks, condition of, September 30, 1926
116
Joint-stock land banks, condition of, September 30, 1926
117
Federal intermediate credit banks, condition of, September 30, 1926
118
National agricultural credit corporations:
Statement relative to, and resources and liabilities of, June 30, 1926.
119
Statement relative to liquidation of two Iowa corporations
120
United States postal savings system:
Statistics relating to activities of, years ended June 30,1925 and 1926. 120-124
School savings banks:
Statistics relative to, in each State, in the school year 1925-26
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Savings banks in principal countries of the world:
Statistics relative to, as of various dates
126-129
Resources of leading foreign banks of issue:
Statement relative to, on or about June 30, 1926
130
Expenses of the Currency Bureau:
Summary of, in the fiscal year ended June 30, 1926
130-131
Tables in Appendix
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No. 1. Comptrollers and Deputy Comptrollers of the Currency
No. 2. Names and compensation of officers and clerks in the office of the
Comptroller of the Currency, October 31, 1926
No. 3. Number of national banks organized since February 25, 1863;
number passed out of the system, and number in operation
October 31, 1926
No. 4. Authorized capital stock of national banks on the 1st day of each
month from January 1, 1914, to November 1, 1926, bonds on
deposit to secure circulation, circulation secured by bonds,
lawful money on deposit to redeem circulation, and nationalbank notes outstanding
No. 5. National banks reported in liquidation from November 1, 1925,
to October 31, 1926, names (where known) of succeeding banks
in cases of succession, with date of liquidation and capital
No. 6. Capital stock, surplus, undivided profits, and aggregate resources
of national banks consolidated under act of November 7, 1918,
for year ended October 31, 1926, as shown by their last reports
of condition prior to consolidation
No. 7. National banks consolidated under act of November 7, 1918,
their capital, surplus, undivided profits, and aggregate assets,
year ended October 31, 1926
No. 8. Number and capital of State banks converted into national banking associations in each State and Territory, from 1863 to October 31, 1926
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No. 9. Conversions of State banks and primary organizotions as national
banks since March 14, 1900, to October 31, 1926
148
No. 10. Number of national banks increasing their capital, together with
the amount of increase monthly, for years ended October 31,
since 1921
149
No. 11. Number and authorized capital of national banks chartered and
the number and capital stock of banks closed in each year
ended October 31, since 1913, with the yearly increase or decrease
149
No. 12. Number of national banks organized, consolidated under act of
November 7, 1918, insolvent, in voluntary liquidation, and in
operation on October 31, 1926
. 150
No. 13. Changes of corporate title of national banks, year ended October
31, 1926
151
No. 14. Changes of title incident to consolidations of national banks,
year ended October 31, 1926
152
No. 15. National banks chartered during the year ended October 31,
1926
153
No. 16. National banks, by States and geographical divisions, organized,
failed, and reported in voluntary liquidation during the year
ended October 31, 1926
157
No. 17. Number and classification of national banks chartered monthly
during the year ended October 31, 1926
158
No. 18. Classification of national banks, by reserve cities and States,
according to capital stock, December 31, 1925
159
No. 19. United States bonds on deposit to secure circulating notes of
national banks in years ended October 31, from 1900 to 1926. 169
No. 20. Profit on national-bank circulation, based upon deposit of $100,000
United States consols of 1930, etc., for each month during the
year ended October'31, 1926
170
No. 21. Investment value of United States bonds and Panama Canal
bonds, and 2's of 1930
171
No. 22. United States bonds, monthly range of prices in New York,
November, 1925, to October, 1926
171
No. 23. Number, capital stock, and circulating notes outstanding of
national banks in each State, issuing and not issuing circulation, December 31, 1924 and 1925
172
No. 24. Number, capital stock, and circulating notes outstanding of national banks in each Federal reserve district issuing and not
issuing circulation, December 31, 1924 and 1925
174
No. 25. National-bank notes issued, redeemed, and outstanding by denominations and amounts on October 31, each year, 1914 to
1926
176
No. 26. National-bank currency issued to banks monthly from November
1, 1925, to October 31, 1926, and since 1863
177
No. 27. National-bank notes received monthly for redemption during
year ended October 31, 1926
177
No. 28. National-bank notes received at Currency Bureau and destroyed
yearly since establishment of the system
178
No. 29. National-bank notes issued and destroyed, etc., account of active,
insolvent, and liquidated banks, years ended October 31, 1914,
to 1926
178
No. 30. Amount, denomination, and cost of national-bank currency
received from BuTeau of Engraving and Printing, year ended
October 31, 1926
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No. 31. Vault account of currency, received and issued by Currency Bureau during the year, and the amount on hand October 31,1926. 179
No. 32. Vault account of currency received and destroyed during year
ended October 31, 1926
179
No. 33. Amount of currency received for redemption, by months, during
the year ended June 30, 1926, and counted into the cash of the
National Bank Redemption Agency
179
No. 34. Amount of currency received by National Bank Redemption
Agency for redemption in year ended June 30, 1926, from principal cities
179
No. 35. Cost of redemption of national-bank notes year ended June 30,
1926.
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No. 36. Classification of Federal reserve currency redemptions, the amount
redeemed, number of notes, cost of redemption per 1,000 notes,
and the amount assessed upoai Federal reserve banks on account
of expenses, year ended June 30, 1926
No. 37. Taxes assessed -on national-bank circulation, years ended June 30,
1864 to 1926; cost of redemption, 1874 to 1926; cost of plates,
etc., 1883 to 1926
No. 38. Federal reserve notes outstanding aocording to weekly statement
(amount issued by Federal reserve agents to the banks, less
"unfit" notes redeemed) and collateral security therefor, from
November 4, 1925 to October 27, 1926
No. 39. Federal reserve notes printed, issued to banks, retired, and destroyed since organization of the banks, with the balance in
vaults and amount outstanding October 31, 1926
No. 40. Aggregate amount of Federal reserve bank-notes printed, issued,
canceled, and redeemed, by denominations, since the inauguration of the Federal reserve system, and amount on hand and
outstanding October 31, 1926
No. 41. Taxes assessed on Federal reserve bank currency, cost of redemption, and cost of plates for years ended June 30, 1915, to 1926_.
No. 42. National banks in charge of receivers year ended October 31,
1926, capital and surplus at date of organization and at date of
failure, causes of failure, dividends paid while solvent, and
circulation outstanding, etc
No. 43. National banks in charge of receivers year ended October 31,
1926, dates of organization, appointment of receiver, and
closing, with amounts of nominal and additional assets,
amounts collected from all sources, loans paid, and losses on
assets, etc
No. 44. National banks restored to solvency after having been placed in
charge of receivers
No. 45. Dividends paid to creditors of insolvent national banks during
the last year, with the total dividends in each case, up to
November 1, 1926
No. 46. Dates of reports of condition of national banks from 1914 to 1926_
No. 47. Condition of foreign branches of National City Bank and Chase
National Bank, New York, N. Y.( and First National Bank,
Boston, Mass., June 30, 1926
No. 48. Number, capital stock paid in, circulation outstanding, and aggregate assets of national banks at date of each report from
January 13, 1914, to June 30, 1926, money in^he United States,
etc
No. 49. Abstract of resources and liabilities of national banks in New
York, in the two central reserve cities, in other reserve cities,
elsewhere, and the aggregate, at close of business June 30, 1926_
No. 50. Classification of deposits of national banks in reserve cities and
States at date of each call since September 28, 1925
No. 51. Cash in vaults of national banks in reserve cities and Stales at
date of each call since September 28, 1925
No. 52. Circulation of national banks in reserve cities and States at
date of ea<ch call since September 28, 1925
No. 53. Gold, silver, coin certificates, legal tenders, and other currency
held by national banks at date of each report from January 13,
1914, to June 30, 1926
No. 54. Gold, etc., held by national banks in the city of New York at date
of each report from January 13, 1914, to June 30, 1926
No. 55. Reserve held by national banks at date of each report from September 11, 1917, to June 30, 1926
No. 56. Reserve computation of national banks in reserve cities and States
at date of each call since September 28, 1925
No. 57. Aggregate resources and liabilities of natioaaal banks at date of
each report from January 13, 1914, to June 30, 1S26
No. 58. Abstract of reports of condition of national banks in reserve cities
and States at date of each call since September 28, 1925
No. 59. Abstract of reports of condition of national banks in each Federal
reserve district at date of each call since September 28, 1925. _



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No. 60. Classification of loans, investments, and deposits of national banks
in June of each year, 1914 to 1926
No. 61. Principal items of resources and liabilities of national banks arranged alphabetically by counties in each State, April 12,1926.
No. 62. Principal items of resources and liabilities of national banks arranged alphabetically by counties in each State, by Federal
reserve districts, April 12, 1926
No. 63. Abstract of reports of earnings, expenses, and dividends of national
banks, in reserve cities and States, for the six months ended
December 31, 1925
No. 64. Abstract of reports of earnings, expenses, and dividends of national
banks, by Federal reserve districts, for the six months ended
December 31, 1925
No. 65. Abstract of reports of earnings, expenses, and dividends of national
banks, in reserve cities and States, for the six months ended
June 30, 1926
No. 66. Abstract of reports of earnings, expenses, and dividends of national
banks, by Federal reserve districts, for the six months ended
June 30, "1926
No. 67. Abstract of reports of savings and State banks in the District of
Columbia at date of each call since September 28, 1925
No. 68. Abstract of reports of loan and trust companies in the District of
Columbia at date of each call since September 28, 1925
No. 69. Principal items of resources and liabilities of each savings and
State bank in the District of Columbia, June 30, 1926
No. 70. Principal items of resources and liabilities of loan and trust companies in the District of Columbia, June 30, 1926
No. 71. Principal items of resources and liabilities of savings and State
banks in the District of Columbia on or about October 1, 1914,
to 1926...
No. 72. Principal items of resources and liabilities of loan and trust companies in the District of Columbia on or about October 1, 1914,
to 1926.
No. 73. Individual statements of resources and liabilities of the 22 building and loan associations in the District of Columbia, June
30, 1926
No. 74. Summary of resources and liabilities, receipts and disbursements
of building and loan associations in the District of Columbia
for the six months' period ended on or about December 31,1925.
No. 75. Summary of resources and liabilities, receipts and disbursements
of building and loan associations in the District of Columbia
for the six months' period ended on or about June 30, 1926
No. 76. Abstract, by States, of resources and liabilities of State (commercial) banks, June 30, 1926
No. 77. Abstract, by States, of resources and liabilities of loan and trust
companies, June 30, 1926
No. 78. Abstract, by States, of resources and liabilities of stock savings
banks, June 30, 1926
No. 79. Abstract, by States, of resources and liabilities of mutual savings
banks, June 30, 1926
No. 80. Abstract, by States, of resources and liabilities of private banks,
June30, 1926
No. 81. Abstract, by States, of resources and liabilities of all reporting
banks other than national, June 30, 1926
No. 82. Abstract, by States, of resources and liabilities of national banks,
June30, 1926
No. 83. Aggregate resources and liabilities of State (commercial) banks,
June, 1922 to 1926..
No. 84. Aggregate resources and liabilities of loan and trust companies,
June, 1922 to 1926
No. 85. Aggregate resources and liabilities of stock savings banks,. June,
1922 to 1926
No. 86. Aggregate resources and liabilities of mutual savings banks,
June, 1922 to 1926
No. 87. Aggregate resources and liabilities of private banks, June", 1922
to 1926..
No. 88. Gold, silver, etc., held by banks other than national, June, 1914
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No. 89. Chartered banks of Canada, condition of, September 30, 1926_.
No. 90. Chartered banks of Canada, monthly statement showing principal
items of resources and liabilities, year ended September 30,1926.
No. 91. Comparative statement of the transactions of the New York
Clearing House in each year ended September 30, 1854 to 1926 _
No. 92. Comparative statement of the clearings, etc., of the New York
Clearing House, years ended September 30, 1926 and 1925
No. 93. Exchanges, balances, percentages of balances to exchanges, and
percentage of funds used in settlement of balances by the New
York Clearing House, years ended September 30, 1893 to 1926.
No. 94. Comparative statement of the exchanges of the clearing houses
of the United States for years ended September 30, 1926, and
1925
No. 95. Comparative statement of transactions of clearing-house associations in the 12 Federal reserve bank cities and in other cities
with transactions of $1,000,000,000 and over in years ended
September 30, 1926, and 1925
No. 96. Number and liabilities of State, private and national banks,
which failed in each State, year ended June 30, 1926
No. 97. Number, assets, and liabilities of State (commercial), savings
banks, loan and trust companies, private and national banks
which failed in years ended June 30, 1914, to June 30,1926
No. 98. Showing individual statements of resources and liabilities of each
national bank (States, Territories, and towns arranged alphabetically) at the date of the third call in the year, December 31,
1926, is omitted from this report and published as a separate
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REPORT
OF THE

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

Washington, December 10, 1926.
I have the honor to submit the following annual report,
in accordance with the provision of section 333, O the United States
f
Revised Statutes, covering activities of the Currency Bureau, in the
year ended October 31, 1926. This is the sixty-fourth report made
to the Congress since the organization of the bureau.
DEAR SIR:

LEGISLATION RECOMMENDED

For the past three years the Comptroller of the Currency has
urgently recommended the enactment of legislation for improving
the charter powers of national banks. The substance of these recommendations are now embodied in H. R. 2, which has passed both
Houses of Congress and which is now in the hands of the committee
of conference. I take this occasion to repeat my most urgent recommendation for the prompt enactment of this legislation.
It is understood that while the House has technically disagreed to
all of the Senate amendments and has instructed its conferees to
abide by the language of the bill as it passed the House, the real and
only serious difference of opinion between the conferees is over the
so-called Hull amendment. My position with reference to this
amendment is stated in my letter of June 2, 1926, to Chairman
McFadden, which reads as follows:
Hon. L. T. MCFADDBN,

Chairman Committee on Banking and Currency,
House of Representatives, Washington, D. C.
MY DEAB CONGRESSMAN: I beg to acknowledge receipt of your letter of June
1, in which you inform me that the only serious obstacle to the enactment of the
bank bill (H. R. 2) ie a disagreement between the House and Senate conferees
over the so-called Hull amendments and with reference to which you ask my
opinion and recommendation.
As I understand it, the bill without the Hull amendments, and in the form
in which it passed both the House and the Senate, would have the effect of denying
both to national and State member banks of the Federal reserve system in every
State the right to establish branches outside of the home city of the parent bank.
The Hull amendments are, therefore, not involved in this question of the restriction of State-wide branch banking, and I take it there is no disagreement between
the House and the Senate on this point.
In addition to the foregoing restrictions on what may be termed "branch
banking" proper, the bill without the Hull amendments, and in the form in which
it passed both the House and the Senate, further denies to national banks the
right to have home city branches in any State which denies that right to the
State banks.
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The immediate effect of the bill, therefore, regardless of the Hull amendments,
would be to prohibit in every state the further spread of State-wide branch
banking within the Federal reserve system and, in addition, to prohibit national
banks from having branches in the 26 nonbranch banking States.
The Hull amendments would add a third restriction, which would deny both
to national and to State member banks the future right to have home city
branches in any of the 26 nonbranch banking States which may hereafter permit
home city branch banking. In such an event only nonmember State banks
could establish such branches.
Neither my predecessor in office, Mr. Dawes, nor I have heretofore made any
recommendation to Congress with reference to the Hull amendments. In my
opinion they are not of sufficient importance to cause a serious controversy. I
should regard it no less than a calamity to our banking system if this important
bank bill is made to suffer defeat on account of an insistence upon the enactment
of the Hull amendments.
Yours very respectfully,
J. W. MCINTOSH,

Comptroller.

On June 3, 1926, my predecessor, Mr. Henry M. Dawes, wrote a
letter to Chairman McFadden (see Daily Congressional Record,
June 22, 1926, p. 11783) in which he reviewed at length the history
of the inception of the Hull amendment, from which I quote the
following paragraph:
I would like, therefore, to make it clear to you, since my name has been used
in the debate, that the comptroller's office under my administration was not
responsible in any degree for the Hull amendment, and never gave it its indorsement.

Since the last adjournment of Congress numerous groups of bankers
and commercial organizations, including the American Bankers'
Association, have withdrawn their support of the Hull amendment
and have recommended the enactment of the bill with the amendment eliminated. The principle of the Hull amendment is foreign
to the bill as originally recommended by the comptroller. It found
its way into the bill largely through the support and advocacy of the
American Bankers' Association. Now that upon maturer study the
association has rejected the amendment, it is earnestly hoped that
there will be no further cause for delay in the enactment of the bill.
Last year I directed your attention to the fact that for the period
from October 21, 1923, to October 17, 1925, 166 national banks left
the national system to engage in the banking business under State
charter, carrying with them aggregate resources of $566,^00,000.
It is with regret that I must now report that from October 17, 1925,
to October 1, 1926, 87 national banks went into the State systems
with aggregate resources of about $560,000,000. During the same
period 29 State banks nationalized with aggregate resources of about
$235,000,000.
A comparison of the defections from the national system with the
additions to it from the State systems does not, however, present an
adequate view of the situation. Bach time a national bank abandons
its charter the Federal Government loses an instrumentality through
which it maintains a direct control over banking policy and banking
operations. Each withdrawal constitutes the loss of a unit in the
basic membership of the Federal reserve system. These widespread
desertions from the national system are clearly indicative of the
difficulty which national banks find in operating under their present
charter powers. The fact that a greater or less number of State
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compensates for the loss of national banks. The national banking
system should be adequate to meet all of the requirements for modern
banking, and no national bank ought to be.put in the position of
being forced to yield its charter in order to carry on legitimate and
necessary banking operations.
My predecessor in his statement before the House Committee on
Banking and Currency, April 9, 1924, showed that in the five decades
preceding 1924 the aggregate resources of the national banks had
dropped from a predominating control over commercial banking
resources to only about 48 per cent thereof. This rate of decline has
been accelerated during the past two years, the national banks to-day
holding only about 46 per cent of the total commercial banking
resources in the United States. This is true notwithstanding the
fact that there has been year by year an actual increase in the aggregate resources of the national banks, the figure standing at the present
time around $25,000,000,000.
The steady decline in the relative strength of the national banking
system is accounted for by the more rapid growth of commercial
banking under State charter, the total resources of the State commercial banks being at the present time about $29,000,000,000. This
rapid increase of State banking resources is due primarily to the
operation of State laws more favorable to modern banking than is
the national bank act. It arises in part from accretions from the
national system but more largely from the normal banking operations.
The aggregate resources of the State savings banks of about $10,600,000,000 are not included in the above statement of resources of the
State commercial banks. As compared with the combined resources
of all State banks, commercial and savings, the national banks hold
about 39 per cent of the banking resources of the country.
The above statements of fact show that the Federal Government
is gradually losing its positive and immediate control over the instrumentalities of commercial credit and over the membership in the
Federal reserve system. The greater volume of commercial banking
has already passed under the policy control of the State legislatures.
The enactment of the legislation now embodied in H. E. 2 would be a
step in the direction of the resuscitation of the system of national
banks.
NATIONAL BANK FAILURES

Ninety-one national banks, with aggregate capital of $5,412,500,
were placed in charge of receivers during the year ended October 31,
1926. The date that each bank was authorized to commence business, date of appointment of the receiver, the capital stock, and the
circulation outstanding at date of failure are shown in the appendix
of this report.
From date of the first failure of a national bank in 1865 to October
31, 1926, the number of banks placed in charge of receivers was 1,038.
Of this number, however, 63 were subsequently restored to solvency
and permitted to resume business. The total capital of these banks
at date of failure was $124,713,420, while the book or nominal value
of the assets administered by receivers under the supervision of the
comptroller aggregated $673,482,428 and the total cash thus far
realized from the liquidation of these assets amounted to $314,444,878.
In addition to this amount there has been realized from assessments



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levied against shareholders the sum of $34,379,270, making the total
cash collections from all sources $348,824,148, which have been
disbursed as follows:
In dividends to creditors on claims proved, amounting to $363,-

418,731, the sum of
$208,032,742
In payment of secured and preferred liabilities
98, 468, 046
In payment of legal expenses incurred in the administration of
such receiverships
7, 441, 046
In payment of receivers' salaries and other expenses of receiverships17,524,022
There has been returned to shareholders in cash.
4,149, 031
Leaving a balance with the comptroller and the receivers of
13, 209, 261

Assets have been returned to agents for shareholders, to be liquidated for their benefit, having a nominal value of $16,085,691.
The book value of the assets of the 378 national banks that are
still in charge of receivers amount to $261,310,078. The receivers
had realized from these assets at the close of business on October 31,
1926, the sum of $102,424,977 and had collected from the shareholders on account of assessments levied against them to cover
deficiencies in assets the further sum of $8,943,350, making the total
collections from all sources in the liquidation of active receiverships
the sum of $111,368,327, which amount has been distributed as
follows:
Dividends to creditors (to Sept. 30, 1926).
Secured and preferred liabilities paid
Legal expenses
Receivers' salaries and all other expenses of administration
Amount returned to shareholders in cash
Leaving a balance with the comptroller and the receivers of

$42, 101, 330
48, 549, 197
1, 270, 969
5, 887, 570
350, 000
13, 209, 261

Receiverships of 31 national banks were closed during the year,
making a total of 660 closed receiverships.
Collections from the assets of the 660 national banks, the affairs
of which have been finally closed, amounted to $212,019,901 and
together with the collections of $25,435,920 from assessments levied
against the shareholders, make a total of $237,455,821, from which
on claims aggregating $215,751,406 dividends were paid amounting
to $165,931,412.
Average rate of dividends paid on claims proved was 76.91 per
cent, but including offsets allowed, loans paid, and other disbursements with dividends, creditors received on an average 83.55 per
cent.
Expenses incident to the administration of these 660 trusts—that
is, receivers' salaries and legal and other expenses—amounted to
$17,806,529, or 4.32 per cent of the nominal value of the assets and
7.49 per cent of the collections from assets and from shareholders.
The outstanding circulation of these banks at the date of failure was
$32,121,513, which was secured by United States bonds on deposit in
the Treasury of the face value of $34,540,600. The assessments
against shareholders averaged 52.70 per cent of their holdings, while
the collections from the assessments levied were 48.79 per cent of
the amount assessed. The total amount disbursed in dividends
during the current year to the creditors of insolvent banks was
$19,896,992.46.




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la the table following is summarized tke condition of all insolvent
national banks, the closed and active receiverships being skowa
separately:
Items
Total assets taken charge of by receivers
Disposition of assets:
Collected from assets.._
Offsets allowed and settled
IJOSS on assets compounded or sold under order of court
Nominal value of assets returned to stockholders
Nominal value of remaining assets.
Total.,
Collected from assets as abov«-_.
Collected from assessments from shareholders.
Total collections..
Disposition of collections:
Secured and preferred liabilities paid
Dividends paid
Legal expenses
Beceivers' salary and other expenses
Amount returned to shareholders in cash.
Balance with comptroller or receiver..

Closed
-Active
receiverships, receiverships, Total, 1,038
660'

$412,172,350

$261,310,078

$673,482,428

212,019,901
37,182,688
146,884,070
16,085,491

102,424,977
16,714,882
81,145,137

S14,4«,$7B
53,897,670
16,085,991
121,024,982

412,17.2,350

6-73,488,428

•212,019,901
25,435,920

102,424,877
8,943,350

314,444,878
M, 379,270

237,456,821

111,368,527

348,824,148

49,918,849
165,931,412
6,170,077
11,636,452
3,798,031

48,549,197
42,101,330
1, 270,969
6,887,570
350,000
13,209,261

S8,468,046
208,032,742
7,441,046
17,-524,022
4,149,031
13,209,261

287,455,821
TotalCapital stock at date of failure
,
.
*S8,900,920
United States l>onds held at failure to secure circulating notes. 34,540,600
Amount realized from sale of United States bonds hold to
secure circulating notes
85,302,612
S2,121,513
Circulation outstanding at failure
52,126,240
Amount of assessment upon shareholders
215, 751,406
Claims proved

111,368,327

348,824,148

25,812,580
14,719,266

124,713,420

8,473,202
13,101,742
22,485,000
147,667,325

•43,775,81*
*6, -223,255
74,611,240
363,418,731

'1 Includes 63 tanks restored to solvency.
Accounted for infinalsettlement with creditors or charged off as loss by order of cenrt.
8 Includes capital stock of 63 banks restored to solvency.




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Statistics relative to the capital, date of appointment of receiver,
and per cent of dividends paid to creditors of 31 insolvent national
banks, the affairs of which were closed during the year ended October
31, 1926, appear in the following table:
Title

Second National B a n k . .
...;'
Traders National Bank
.'.
Mesa County National Batik
First National Bank
Do
Do
Do . . . . . .
Do
Do
Peoples National B a n k . .
Fiist National Bank
Second National Bank
Farwell National Bank
First National Bank
Do
Do.
. . .
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do Do
Farmers National Bank
First National Bank
State National Bank
First National Bank
Bristow National Bank
First National Bank
Do..
Do
Farmers National Bank
• Includes 100 per cent of interest.

Location

Clarion, Pa
Lowell, M a s s . .
Grand Junction, Colo
St. Cloud, Fla
Bluflton, Ohio
Fairfleld, Idaho
Medina, N . Dak
Crawford, Tex
Moran, Tex
National City, Calif
Seeley, Calif
Elkton, M d
Farwell, Tex
Fresno, Mont
Hope, N . Mex
Lawton, Okla
American Falls, Idaho
Grandfield, Okla
Soper, Okla
Seale, Ala
Lenapah, Okla
Schufter, Okla
Parsons, E a n s . .
Hayward, Wis
Albuquerque, N . Mex
Galata, Mont
Bristow, Okla
Rudyard, Mont
Sheyenne, N . Dak
Libby, Mont
Laurens, S. C
1

Date receiver
appointed

Juno
Oct.
Nov.
Jan.
Nov.
Aug.
Dec.
June
Aug.
Nov.
Jan.
i. Feb.
June
Oct.
Oct.
Nov.
Mar.
July
Nov.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Mar.
Mar.
Apr.
June
July
Oct.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.

21,1912
20,1913
29,1913
2,1918
17,1919
26,1920
20,1920
16,1921
29,1921
7,1921
30,1922
23,1922
26,1922
26,1922
30,1922
18,1922
26,1923
21,1923
22,1923
10,1923
14,1923
21,1923
24,1924
29,1924
14,1924
18,1924
21,1924
4,1924
8,1925
6,1925
21,1925

Per cent
Capital dividends
paid to
creditors
$50,000
200,000
100,000
50,000
60,000
25,000
25,000
30,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
60,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
200,000
60,000
50,000
30,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
50,000
200,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
40,000
50,000

86.00
94.00
60.00
43.75
91.20
37.70
6.66
2.00
47.00
53.75
22.00
67.70
15.00
22.60
13.40
30.25
8.85
23.00
7.70
35.00
31.00
1105.41
16.25
60.26
' 105.19
13.00
100.00
100. O
C
100.00

Receiver appointed to complete unfinished liquidation.

BANK FAILURES OTHER THAW NATIONAI
Information furnished by the banking departments of the several
States discloses that during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1926, there
were 496 failures of State and private banks, with total liabilities
aggregating $147,823,000, an increase of 56 failures over the previous
year, and also an increase of $29,095,000 in liabilities.
Tables showing the number of failures and liabilities of banks other
than national and national banks in each State during the year ended
June 30,1926, and for years ended June 30,1914 to 1926, are published
in the appendix of this report.
PUBLIC DEBT, UNITED STATES BONDS, NATIONAL BANK, AND
OTHER CIRCULATION
By reference to the following, and also to the corresponding statement for the year ended June 30, 1925, it appears that, while a reduction in the interest-bearing debt of the United States from
$20,210,906,251.35 to $19,383,770,860.05, a reduction in the sum
of $827,135,391.30, was effected in the year, there was no change in
the volume of bonds eligible as security for the national-bank circulation, the aggregate standing at $674,625,630. To this amount is
now limited the volume of national-bank circulation issuable. The




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eligible bonds consist of $599,724,050 consols of 1930, $48,954,180
Panama Canal 2 per cent bonds of 1916-1936, and $25,947,400
Panama Canal 2 per cent bonds of 1918-1938. On June 30 the
Treasurer held in trust as security for national-bank circulation all
but $597,780 of the Panama Canal 2's, and all the consols except
$8,411,400. The Treasurer also holds in trust as security for public
deposits $429,500 of these two classes of bonds, and $202,700 to secure
postal-savings funds.
Outstanding circulation of national banks on June 30 last aggregated $702,669,244, of which $660,986,560 was secured by bonds,
and $41,682,684 by lawful money deposited by banks retiring their
circulation and on account of associations in liquidation. In the
year there was a net decrease in national-bank circulation of some
$30,696,830, mainly on account of redemptions charged to lawful
money deposit account.
The stock of money in the country on July 1, 1926, had risen to
$8,372,981,468, of which gold coin and bullion amounted to
$4,500,324,107, or nearly 54 per cent of the stock; silver dollars and
subsidiary silver $822,388,253, about 9 per cent; United States notes,
Federal reserve bank issues, and national-bank circulation,
$3,050,269,108, over 36 per cent. Considering the volume of various
issues of paper currency, it is noted that the Federal reserve bank
issues compose 24 per cent of the stock of the circulating medium;
United States notes, 4 per cent, and national-bank circulation, 8 per
cent.
On the date in question the paid-in capital of national banks was
$1,418,504,876, and, as the amount of bonds eligible as security for
national-bank circulation has been reduced to $674,625,630, it is
evident that the circulation issue privilege has been reduced to
approximately 47.5 per cent of the maximum amount issuable under
the law—that is, the paid-in capital stock of the banks.
With the withdrawal of bonds and consequent retirement of the
circulation during the last 2 years, banks issuing circulation have been
reduced from 90 per cent in 1924 to 83 per cent in 1926.
Statements herein referred to relating to the public debt and
securities held in trust by the Treasurer of the United States are as
follows:
Statement of the public debt of the United States, June SO, 1926
DETAILS OF INTEREST-BEARING DEBT

Bonds eligible as security for national-bank circulation:
2 per cent consols of 1930
2 per cent Panama Canal loan of 1916-1936
2 per cent Panama Canal loan of 1918-1938
Other bonds, etc.:
3 per cent Panama Canal loan of 1961 _
3 per cent conversion bonds of 1946-47
2J^ per cent postal-savings bonds (first to thirtieth
series)
First Liberty loan, 1932-1947, 3}4, 4, and 4M per cent.
Second Liberty loan, 1927-1942, 4 and 4*4 per c e n t . . .
Third Liberty loan, 1928, 4M per cent
Fourth Liberty loan, 1933-1938, 4J4 per cent
Treasury bonds, 1947-1952, 4M per cent
18005°—27
2



$599, 724, 050. 00
48, 954, 180. 00
25, 947, 400. 00
674, 625, 630. 00
49, 800, 000. 00
28, 894, 500. 00
12, 540, 040. 00
1, 939, 212, 300. 00
3, 104, 527, 800. 00
2, 488, 272, 450. 00
6, 324, 471, 950. 00
763, 948, 300. 00

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Other bonds, etc.—Continued.
Treasury bonds, 1944-1954, 4 per cent
$1, 047, 087, 500. 00
Treasury bonds, 1946-1956, 3/M per cent
494, 898, 100. 00
Treasury notes, 1926-1927 (including adjusted service
series)
1, 612, 403, 600. 00
Certificates of indebtedness, 1926 (including adjusted
service series)
483,279,000.00
Treasury (war) savings securities, series 1921-1924
359, 809, 690. 05
Total interest-bearing debt outstanding
Matured debt on which interest has ceased
Debt bearing no interest

19, 383, 770, 860. 05
13, 327, 800. 26
246, 084, 419. 38

Total gross debt
Matured interest obligations, etc

19, 643, 183, 079. 69
140, 649, 570. 52
19 783 832 650 21
' 211^ 128,' 078! 43

Balance held by Treasurer of the United States, etc

Net debt, including matured interest obligations, etc.— 19, 572, 704, 571. 78
Net debt, etc., June 30, 192520, 439, 234, 256. 19
Net reduction during year...

866, 529, 684. 41

' United States Government securities held in trust by Treasurer of the United States,
June 80, 1926
To secure national-bank
circulation

Issuer

Consols, 1930

Total

To secure
postal-savings
funds

Total held

- - $591,312,650
74,303,740

.

Total

To secure
public
deposits

.

$367,500
62.000

$159, 200.00
43,500.00

$591,839,350.00
74,409,240.00

S65,616, 390

429,500
46,394,5S0

202,700.00
149,305,570.86

666,248, 590.00
195,700,120. 86

668,816,390 j

48,824,050 1 149,508,270.86

861,948,710. 86

UNITED STATES CIRCULATION BOND TRANSACTIONS

In the year ended October 31, 1926, the withdrawal of bonds held
by the Treasurer of the United States in trust as security for nationalbank circulation amounted to $37,202,000. The withdrawals by
reason of liquidation of banks amounted to $16,406,750, and on
account of banks placed in charge of receivers $4,137,710. Bonds
held by the Treasurer in trust as security for circulation were augmented to the extent of $36,509,750 on account of deposits made by
newly organized banks and by those increasing their circulation.
The transactions of the year, by months, in each account named are
shown in the following statement:




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United Slates bonds deposited as security for circulation by banks chartered and by
those increasing their circulation, together with the amount withdrawn by banks
reducing their circulation, and by those closed, during each month, year ended
October 31, 1926

Dat»

November
December
January
February
March
April
May
June
- July
August
September
October

1025

1926

- . .

Total

Bonds
deposited
by banks
chartered
and those
increasing
circulation
during the
year

Bonds
withdrawn
by banks
reducing
circulation

Bonds
withdrawn
by banks in
liquidation

Bonds
withdrawn
b y banks in
insolvency

$1,422,800
2,634,750

$373,550
1,156,250

$539,000
933,000

$607,450
360,000

7,780,600
3,302,000
4, 478, 000
3, 093, 000
4,199, 000
1, 632, 500
1, 805, 000
1, 677, 500
1.478, 000
3,010,000

1,318,740
1,657,450
4,017, 500
805, 000
1,905, 000
883,500
1,040, 000
759, 250
1,155,000
1, 586, 300

6,261,250
822,500
125,000
2,170,000
2,515,000
147, 750
227,000
805, 000
171, 250
1, 690,000

1,110,050
950,000

1 36, 509,750

16, 657, 540

16, 406, 750

450,000
212, 500
165,200
211, 250
71,260
4,137, 710

• Includes $3,087,500 deposited by 31 of the 160 banks chartered during the year.

Monthly statement of capital stock of national banks, national-bank notes, and
Federal reserve bank notes outstanding, bonds on deposit, etc.
Nov. 1,1926
Authorized capital stock of national banks
Paid-in capital stock of national banks

Oct. 1, 1926

$1, 422,132, 405 $1, 421,369, 905
1,420,725,940
1, 419, 819, 330
Increase or
decrease since
above date

Nov. 2,1925
$1, 381,978, 215
1,381,321, 609
Increase or
decrease since
above date

$762,500

Nov. 1, 1926
National-hank notes outstanding secured by United
States bonds
Naiionai-bank notes outstanding secured by lawful
money
Total national-bank notes outstanding

—

$40,154,190

906, 610

Increase of paid-in capital stock-.
Decrease of paid-in capital stock

39,404,331

Oct. 1,1926

$660,555,797

38,971, 702

39,178,467

51,264, 261

700, 714, 532

699, 734,264

713,802, 744

$1,187,033




$662,538,483

$661, 742, 830

Increase or
decrease since
above date

Decreases secured b y lawful money

Nov. 2, 1925

206,765
980, 208

Increase or
decrease since
above date

$79S, SD3
12,292,5S9
13,088,212

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Monthly statement of capital stock of national banks, national-bank notes, and
Federal reserve bank notes outstanding, bonds on deposit, etc.—Continued
Nov. 1, 1926
Federal reserve bank notes outstanding secured by
United States bonds
Federal reserve bank notes outstanding secured by lawful money

Oct. 1,1826

$5, 282, 658

$5,486,158

$6,582,203

5,2S2,668

Total Federal reserve bank notes outstanding

5,486,158

6, 582, 203

Increase or
decrease since
above date
Increase seemed by United States bonds..
Decrease secured by United States bonds.
Increase secured by lawful money
Decrease secured by lawful money

$591,139,900
48, 606,360
25, 746, 020
665, 492,880

$1, 299,545

203, 500

On deposit On deposit
to secure
Kinds of bonds on deposit Federal re- to secure
nationalserve bank bank notes
notes

Total.

Increase or
decrease since
above date

$203, 500

Net increase..
Net decrease.

United States consols of
1930 (2 per cent)
United States Panama of
1936 (2 per cent)
United States Panama of
1938 (2 per cent)

Nov. 2,1925

1,299,545

National-bank notes of each denomination outstanding

One dollar
Two dollars
Five dollars
Ten dollars
Twenty dollars
Fifty dollars
One hundred dollars
Five hundred dollars
One thousand dollars
Fractional parts
Total
Less'

,

Total

Federal reserve bank
notes of
each denomination
outstanding

$341,447
162,894
140,405, 855
291, 407. 210
224, 676, 730
23,463, 900
23,102, 400
87,500
21,000
61,146

$2,779,053
1, 008, 550
814, 775
268, 440
3S9, 440
23,800

703, 730,082
3, 015, 550

5, 282, 658

700, 714, 532

5, 282,658

* Notes redeemed but not assorted by denominations.

REDEMPTION OF NATIONAL AND FEDERAL RESERVE BANK
CIRCULATION

In the year ended June 30, 1926, national-bank notes, Federal
reserve notes, and Federal reserve bank notes aggregating $1,831,069,055 were redeemed at the United States Treasury at a total
expense of $548,569.
These redemptions included Federal reserve notes amounting to
$1,301,738,530; Federal reserve bank notes received from all sources,
including Federal reserve banks and branches, $1,462,885; and
national-bank notes aggregating $527,867,640, the latter sum including $52,937,972.50 redeemed on retirement account.
National-bank notes were redeemed at an average cost of $0.94 per
$1,000; Federal reserve notes received from sources other than
Federal reserve banks $0.77 per 1,000 notes; canceled and other
Federal reserve notes received direct from Federal reserve banks and
branches $0.34 per 1,000 notes redeemed, and redemptions on account
of Federal reserve bank notes at the rate of $3.61 per 1,000 notes.



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Statements showing the amount of national-bank notes, Federal
reserve notes, and Federal reserve bank notes received monthly for
redemption in the year ended June 30, 1926, the source from which
received, and the classification of redemptions, together with the rate
per $1,000 of national-bank notes redeemed and the rate per 1,000
notes of Federal reserve and Federal reserve bank notes redeemed,
are published in the appendix of this report.
NATIONAL BANKS OF ISSUE
On December 31, 1925, when there were 8,054 reporting national
banks, with paid-in capital stock aggregating $1,379,101,000, all but
1,330 banks, with capital of $284,325,000, were exercising the privilege
of issuing circulating notes collateraled by the deposit of United
States bonds. The 6,724 banks of issue had a circulating note
liability of $648,461,000, or an average of $96,439.77 per bank.
Tables disclosing the number of national banks issuing circulation,
their capital, amount of circulation outstanding, together with the
number of associations not issuing circulation and their capital in each
State and Federal reserve district on December 31, 1925,. with corresponding data as of December 31, 1924, are published in the appendix of this report.
PROFIT ON NATIONAL BANK CIRCULATION
The profit on circulation issued by national banks, as disclosed
in computations by the actuary of the Treasury, based on the deposit
of $100,000 consols of 1930, showed a slight increase in the percentage
over the year previous. In February, 1926, when bonds were at the
highest point in the year, the cost of 100,000 consols was $102,977.
Interest on this amount of bonds deposited with the Treasurer to
secure a like amount of circulation amounted to $2,000, and interest
on the amount of notes received, less the 5 per cent redemption fund,
was $5,700, or gross receipts in the amount of $7,700. Deducting
from the latter sum taxes on circulation, $500, expense of maintenance, $62.50, and sinking fund of $641.44 to provide for liquidation
of the premium paid for the bonds, a total of $1,203.94, the net
receipts amounted to $6,496.06. Interest on the cost of the bonds
invested otherwise at 6 per cent would net $6,178.62, or $317.44 less
than the net receipts if invested in circulation bonds; hence, the
profit on circulation in excess of 6 per cent on the investment in the
month referred to was 0.308 per cent. Consols purchased in October
of 1926, when the cost was at the lowest point during the year, resulted
in a larger profit, or 0.446 per cent.
One hundred thousand dollars of Panama 2's in November, 1925,
sold at a premium of $946, then the lowest figure in the year, and
resulted in a profit slightly in excess of 1 per cent to banks exercising
the privilege of circulation secured by these bonds. In February
of the current year, however, when this class of bonds were at the
highest figure, profit on circulation amounted to 0.94 per cent.
Elsewhere in this report appear tables showing, by months, the
profit on national bank circulation based upon a deposit of $100,000
United States consols of 1930, and Panama Canal bonds at the
average net price during the year ended October 31, 1926. These




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tables are supplemented by others showing the investment value of
circulation bonds quarterly, and the monthly range of prices in
New York in the year ended October, 1926.
ORGANIZATION AND LIQUIDATION OF NATIONAL BANKS

Up to and including October 31, 1926, there have been authorized
to begin business 13,001 national banking associations, of which
4,018 were voluntarily closed to discontinue business or amalgamated
with other banks, State or national, including those consolidated
with other national banking associations under authority of the act
of November 7, 1918. Exclusive of banks which failed but were
subsequently restored to solvency the loss to the system by banks
Equidated through receiverships was 975, the number of these
receiverships being a fraction less than 7.5 per cent of the total
number of banks organized. As a result of liquidations and failures
the number of national banking associations in existence at the close
of the current year stood at 8,008.
In November, 1914, there were in existence 7,578 national banks
with capital of $1,072,500,000. Since that date the net increase in
the number of banks was 430 and an increase in capital of $349,600,000. The capital of the banks in existence on October 31, 1926,
was roundly $1,422,132,000. In this 12-year period 2,349 banks
were chartered with capital of $246,705,300. During this period,
however, 1,919 associations were closed voluntarily or otherwise.
Applications to organize national banks and to convert State
banks into national banking associations were received in the current
year to the number of 301, with proposed capital stock of $47,155,000. Of the applications pending 157 were approved, 122 rejected,
and 4.3 abandoned. National banking associations to the number of
160, with capital of $29,705,000, were authorized to begin business,
of which 5 were located in the New England States, 58 in the Eastern,
37 in the Southern, 30 in the Middle Western, 15 in the Western,
and 15 in the Pacific States. The greatest activity as indicated by
the number of banks organized was in the following States: New
York, 24 banks; New Jersey, 22; Pennsylvania, 11; Florida, 8;
Texas, 16; Michigan, 8; Minnesota, 8; and California, 14. In other
States the number ranged from 1 to 6 banks. It further appears
that of the total number of charters issued 29 were the result of conversions of State banks, 7 reorganizations of State or national banks,
and 124 primary organizations. In this connection it is of interest
to note that the organization of 19 banks was incident to the reorganization of liquidated national banking associations; 2 to succeed
failed national banks, acquiring incidentally their assets and assuming the liabilities to depositors and other creditors, and 11 organized
in localities where failures had occurred, to enable the communities
to have necessary banking facilities.
In the year in question 60 national banking associations were
consolidated into 30 under authority of the act of November 7, 1918,
the capital of the consolidated banks being $137,350,010. In some
instances there were reductions in capital and in others increases,
but the net result by reason of consolidations was an increase in
capital stock of $7,919,990.



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13

The voluntary liquidation of 153 associations represented a capital
of $28,668,300, while the capital of the 91 insolvent banks was
$5,412,500. The net result of the changes hereinbefore mentioned
was a decrease for the year in the number of active banks by 110,
and an increase in authorized capital stock of $40,154,190. I t appears that during the year 210 banks increased their capital in the
aggregate sum of $49,440,000. Of this number 67 banks effected
the increase by stock dividends, the amount of the increase in this
manner being $8,846,400.
DOMESTIC BRANCHES OF NATIONAL BANKS
Under authority of section 5155 of the Revised Statutes of tha
United States the following national banks, formerly State banks,
continue to operate the branches indicated:
California:
Bank of California, National Association, San Francisco; capital, $8,500,000.
Branch at Portland, Oreg.; capital, $300,000.
Branch at Seattle, Wash.; capital, $200,000.
Branch at Tacoma, Wash.; capital, $200,000.
Louisiana:
Calcasieu National Bank of Southwestern Louisiana, Lake Charles; capital,
$1,000,000.
Branch at De Quincy; capital, $40,000.
Branch at Jennings; capital, $120,000.
Branch at Kinder; capital, $30,000.
Branch at Lake Arthur; capital, $40,000.
Branch at Oakdale; capital, $120,000.
Branch at Sulphur: capital, $40,000.
Branch at Vinton; capital, $50,000.
Branch at Welsh; capital, $60,000.
Massachusetts:
Federal National Bank of Boston; capital, $1,500,000.
Four ' branches in Boston, with capital of $50,000 assigned to each.
Safe Deposit National Bank of New Bedford; capital, $500,000.
Branch in New Bedford; capital, $50,000.
Michigan:
City National Bank of Battle Creek; capital, $500,000.
Branch in Battle Creek; capital, $25,000.
National Union Bank of Jackson; capital, $400,000.
Branch in Jackson; capital, $100,000.
Mississippi:
Pascagoula National Bank of Moss Point; capital, $75,000.
Branch at Pascagoula; capital, $25,000.
New York:
Chatham Phenix National Bank & Trust Co., New York, capital,
$13,500,000.
Thirteen 1 branches in the city of New York, with capital of $100,000
assigned to each.
Public National Bank of New York; capital, $5,000,000.
Five branches in the city of New York, with capital of $100,000 assigned
to each.
Seaboard National Bank of the city of New York; capital, $6,000,000.
Two branches in the city of New York, with capital of $100,000 assigned
to each.
North Carolina:
American Exchange National Bank of Greensboro; capital, $1,000,000.
Branch in Greensboro; capital, $150,000.
Farmers National Bank & Trust Co. of Winston-Salem; capital, $300,000.
Branch in Winston-Salem; capital, $50,000.
i One of which was acquired by consolidation undar act Nov. 7,191S.



14

BEPOET OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE

Oregon:
First National Bank of Milton; capital, $50,000.
Branch at Freewater; capital, $10,000.
Washington:
Dexter Horton National Bank of Seattle; capital, $2,200,000.
Two branches in Seattle, with capital of $50,000 assigned to one and
$200,000 assigned to the other.
Wisconsin:
American National Bank of Milwaukee; capital, $1,000,000.
Two branches in the city of Milwaukee, with capital of $50,000 assigned
to each.

Under the consolidation act of November 7, 1918, converted State
banks having branches were consolidated with the following banks
and the branches continued:
California:
The First National Bank of Lemoore; capital, $150,000.
Branch at Stratford; capital, $25,000.
Merchants National Trust & Savings Bank of Los Angeles; capital.
$4,000,000.
Twenty-four branches in Los Angeles, with capital of $25,000 assigned
to each.
Branch at San Bernardino; capital, $210,000.
Branch at Riverside; capital, $200,000.
Branch at Redlands; capital, $240,000.
Branch at Vernon; capital, $60,000.
Branch at Huntington Park; capital, $130,000.
Branch at Bell; capital, $75,000.
Branch at Glendale; capital, $60,000.
District of Columbia:
The Riggs National Bank of Washington, D. C ; capital, $2,500,000.
Four branches in the city of Washington, with capital of $10,000
assigned to each.
Georgia:
The Fourth National Bank of Atlanta; capital, $1,200,000.
Three branches in the city of Atlanta, with capital of $50,000 assigned
to each.
Branch at Decatur; capital, $25,000.
Atlanta & Lowry National Bank, Atlanta; capital, $4,000,000.
Two branches in Atlanta, with capital of $50,000 assigned to each.
Massachusetts:
The Atlantic National Bank of Boston; capital, $6,000,000.
Five branches in Boston, with capital of $100,000 assigned to each.
The First National Bank of Boston; capital, $20,000,000.
Seven branches in Boston, with capital of $50,000 assigned to each.
Chapin National Bank of Springfield; capital, $500,000.
Two branches in Springfield, with capital of $50,000 assigned to each.
Michigan:
Grand Rapids National Bank of Grand Rapids; capital, $1,000,000.
Nine branches in the city of Grand Rapids, with capital of $10,000
assigned to each.
New Jersey:
Union Trust & Hudson County National Bank, Jersey City; capital,
$750,000.
Branch in Jersey City; capital, $50,000.
Branch at Bayonne; capital, $50,000.
New York:
National Commercial Bank & Trust Co. of Albany; capital, $1,500,000.
Branch in Albany; capital, $100,000.
American Exchange-Pacific National Bank, New York; capital, $7,500,000,
Six branches in the city of New York, with capital of $100,000 assigned
to each.
Chase National Bank of New York; capital, $40,000,000.
Nineteen branches in the city of New York, with capital of $100,000
assigned to each.



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15

New York—Continued.
Bowery & East River National Bank of New York; capital, $3,000,000.
Two branches in the city of New York, with capital of $100,000 assigned
to each.
National City Bank of New York; capital, $50,000,000.
Fourteen branches in the city of New York, with capital of $100,000
assigned to each.
South Carolina:
The Peoples First National Bank of Charleston; capital, $1,000,000.
Two branches in Charleston, with capital of $25,000 assigned to each.
South Carolina National Bank of Charleston; capital, $1,100,000.
Three branches in Charleston with capital of $50,000 assigned to each.
Branch at Columbia; capital, $200,000.
Branch at Greenville; capital, $250,000.
Tennessee:
Unaka & City National Bank of Johnson City; capital, $400,000.
Branch in Johnson City; capital, $25,000.
Virginia:
First National Bank of Abingdon; capital, $200,000.
Branch in Abingdon; capital, $25,000.
Peoples National Bank of Leesburg; capital, $100,000.
Branch at Upperville; capital, $10,000.
Seaboard National Bank of Norfolk; capital, $1,000,000.
Branch in Norfolk; capital, $50,000.
Fauquier National Bank of Warrenton; capital, $150,000.
Branch at The Plains; capital, $5,000.
National banks, with number of additional local offices and dates of approval of their
establishment, October 81, 1926

Location

California:
Alhambra
Bakersfleld
Crockett
'Fresno
Jjong Beach
Los Angeles

NumDate of
ber of approval ef
addi- establishment
tional of additional
offices
offices

Title of bank

First National Bank
First National Bank in Bakersfleld
First National Bank _
First National Bank in Fresno
California National Bank..
- ^
First National Bank . . .

. .

1
1
1
1
1
1

Do

Commercial National Trust & Savings Bank

26

Do

Merchants National Trust & Savings Bank

Do

Pacific National Bank

4
,

Do.,
Do
Oakland
Pasadena
Sacramento
Santa Cruz




8
1

United States National Bank
Central National Bank

First National Bank

„

9
1
2
2
1

Dec.
Apr.
Nov.
Dec.
Nov.
July
June
Oct.
Jan.
June
Dec.
Mar.
July
Oct.
Mar.
Mar.
(Aug.
I Oct.
IMar.
June
fFeb.
I Jan.
IJan.
(Oct.
Nov.
Mar.
July
Nov.
Aug.
Nov.
Mar.
Aug.
June
/Sept.
\Apr.
Nov.

18,1924
1,1925
28,1923
19,1923
8,1923
1,1922
13,1922
31,1923
29,1924
4,1924
18,1924
24,1925
22,1925
20,1925
1,1926
25,1926
1,1922
11,1922
15,1924
4,1924
5,1924
3.1925
8;i925
16,1925
19,1925
1,1924
29,1924
21,1924
3,1925
3,1925
22,1920
2,1922
1,1925
6,1925
14,1928
22,1922

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BEPOKT OP THE COMPTBOLL.EK OF THE CUSBENCY

National banks, ivith number of additional local offices and dates of approval of their
establishment, October SI, 1926—Continued

Location

District of Columbia:
Washington*
Do
Do
Do
Georgia:
Atlanta
Eome
Kentucky:1
Louisville
Do.

Do....
Maine:
Portland..
Maryland:
Baltimore.
Do....
Do..
Do
Massachusetts:
Adams
Boston.
DoDo.
Do.

Title of bank

Second National Bank...
District National Bank..
Franklin National Bank.
Lincoln National Bank..
Atlanta & Lowry National Bank.
National City Bank.
Citizens Union National Bank.
Louisville National Bank
National Bank of Kentucky
Chapman National Bank

Do.

Citizens National Bank
Drovers & Mechanics National Bank..
Farmers & Merchants National BankMerchants National Bank
First National Bank
Atlantic National Bank
Boston National Bank
Citizens National Bank
Federal National Bank
First National Bank

Do.

National Rocki-and Bank.

Do

I National Shawmut Bank.

Brockton
Fitchburg
Maiden
New Bedford.,
Palmer
Springfield
Wellesley
Watei'town
Michigan:
DetroitDo
Flint
Jackson
Ludington
Muskegon
Saginaw
Nebraska:
South Omaha .
Do
New York:

Brockton National Bank
Safety Fund National BankFirst National Bank
Merchants National Bank...
Palmer National Bank
Chapin National Bank
Wellesley National Bank:
Union Market National BankFirst National Sank in Detroit.
Griswold National Bank
National Bank of Commerce,.
First National Bank at FlintPeoples National Bank
First National BankUnion National Bank
Second National Bank
Live Stock National Bank.
Packers National Bank

Buffalo..

Community National Bank.

Flashing.
Ithaca

Flushing National Bank..
First National Bank

' Established under authority of tha Millspaugh Act, Apr. 26, 1922.




NumDate of
ber of approval of
addi- establishment
tional of additional
offices
offices
Nov. 18,1922
/May 1,1923
\Aug. 25,1924
Dec. 30,1922
Dee. 4,1922
Sept. 22,1922
July 7,1923
Nov. 20,1922
fJuly 20,1922
^Aug. 15,1922
[Nov. 28,1923
Dec. 18,1922
Nov. 18,1924
July 29,1924
June 17,1925
/Aug. 18,1922
\Feb. 11,1925
Aug. 1,1922
Dec. 7,1923
/Aug. 23,1922
Van. 2.1924
July 6,1926
Mar. 3.1923
Jan. 18,1924
fJan. 18,1924
loot. 16.1924

IJuly
(July
June
•Dec.
Feb.
Nov.
10 \Mar.
June
July
Uuly
Dec.
Jan.
Feb.
Nov.
May
Jan.
/Nov.
\Mar.
Dec.

28.1925
19.1926
6.1925
3,1923
28.1925
6,1925
27.1926
14,1926
1.1926
7,1926
7,1925
30.1924
17.1925
28,1924
22.1925
10,1924
18.1922
30.1923
2,1925

(Jan.
JApr.
1 June
(Mar.
May
July
Dec.
Nov.
Sept.
Jan.
Jan.

2.1924
7,1924
14.1924
22.1926
15,1920
19.1922
15.1923
22.1922
8,1922
23.1924
13.1923

Dee. 3,1923
Jan. 18,1924
Aug.
Jan.
Mar.
Mar.
Sept.
July
July
Nov.

18,1922
18,1923
2,1925
11,1925
23,1925
8,192S
18,1925
9,1922

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National banks, with number of additional local offices and dates of approval of their
establishment, October 31, 19S6—Continued

Location

Number of
additional
offices

Title of bank

New York—Continued.

New York..

Bowery and East River National Bank.

Do

Bronx National Bank.

Do.

Capitol National Bank-

Do.
Do.
Do.

Chase National Bank
Chemical National Bank
First National Bank of Brooklyn.

Do.

Hamilton National Bank

Do
Do.
Do
Do.
Do.

Harriman National Bank
Jamaica National Bank
Liberty National Bank in New York
National Bank of Commerce in New York.
National Bank of Far Rockaway

Do.

National City Bank.

Do
Do
Do.

National Park Bank
Ozone Park National Bank...
Staten Island National Bank & Trust Co.

Do.

Public National Bank.

Do
Do
Do
Niagara Falls
Troy
Utica.
Watertown
Yonkers
Do
North Carolina:
GroeTisboro
Wiuston-Salem
Ohio:
Cleveland
Do
Columbus
Findlay
Lockland
Pennsylvania:
AHoona
Do
Chester
Do.
Do



Richmond Hill National Bank
Rockaway Beach National Bank
Seventh National Bank
Cataract National Bank
Manufacturers National Bank...
Utica National Bank & Trust Co
Jefferson County National Bank
First National Bank
Yonkers National Bank & Trust Co

_

__

American Exchange National Bank
Peoples National Bank of Winston
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers Co-Operaative National Bank.
Central National Bank...
City National Bank.
_
American-First National Bank
First National Bank
_
First National Bank..
Second National Bank
First National Bank
Delaware County National Kanfc.
Pennsylvania National Bank

i

I Date of
I approval of
establishment
of additional
offices

Jan. 18.1924
Jan. 16.1925
May 28,1925
Juno 27,1925
12 lept. 23,1925
Nov. 13,1925
Apr. 8,1923
July 8,1926
July 17.1924
.July 8,1926
Jan. «, 15)23
Apr. 28.1923
Aug. 18.1925
Jan. 27.1926
/July 15.1924
\Aug. 31.1925
Apr. 28.1923
July IS, 1924
[Oct. 29.1924
Oct. 30.1924
Dec. 16.1925
[Feb. 12.1926
Apr. 26.1923
Jan. 9,1926
July 23,1926
Sept. 23,1928
Scat. 4.1925
Oct. 26.1923
Jan. 30.1924
Mar, 13, j 925
Mar. 25,1825
July 22.1926
fMar, 19,1924
|Oct. 18.1924
Feb. 5,1825
Jan. 27.1926
July 18,1922
A ng. 29.1922
Dec. 8,1922
Feb. 28.1923
Jan. 26.1924
22 July 31,1924
Dec. 31,1924
May 19,1825
Oct. 23,1928
Feb. 20,1936
Mar. 1, 1926
/Aug. 1,1922
\Nov. 28.1924
Mar. 8,1921
Sept. fi, 1925
Feb. 1.1926
Nov. 19,1923
Aug. 18,1926
/Oct. 13,1922
\Nov. 2,1925
(Apr. 8,1925
\June 17.1925
/Oct. 24, 1922
\Sept. 26,1925
July 21,1022
Apr. 13,1926
/Sept.
\July
Apr.
Mar.
•Tan.
Nov.

8,1922
6,1926
23,1926
17,1925
2,1923
28,1923

June
Mar.
Sept.
June
May

12,1925
8,1926
22, J 922
12,1926
24,1924

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

National banks, with number of additional local offices and dates of approval of their
establishment, October 31, 1926—Continued

Location

Pennsylvania—Continued.
Johnstown
MeKees Rocks
Philadelphia..
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do.
DoDo.
DoDoDo.
Do.
ReadingChattanooga..
Knoxville
Nashville
Do
Do
Virginia:
CbarlottesviUe..
Norfolk
Richmond..
Do

Title of bank

NumDate of
berof approval of
addi- establishment
tional of additional
offices
offices

First National Bank.
do

i.

-doBroad Street National Bank
Centra! National Bank
Corn Exchange National Bank
Drovers & Merchants National Bank...
Franklin Fourth Street National Bank.
Manayunk National Bank
Northern National Bank
Overbrook National Bank
Philadelphia-Girard National Bank.
Southwark National Bank
Tenth National Bank
Reading National Bank.
First National Bank
City National Bank
American National Bank
Broadway National Bank
Fourth and First National Bank..
Peoples National Bank
Virginia National Bank
.First & Merchants National BankAmerican National Bank..

Oct.
Jan.
/Feb.
\Aug.
July
May
Jan.
Apr.
July
July
Feb.
July

18,1925
3,1925
24,1922
15,1924
26.1925
25.1926
3,1926
29,1925
S, 1924
20,1924
1,1924
8,1925
5,1925
9,1923
29,1924
26,1926
21,1922
2,1924
20,1922

CONDITION OF NATIONAL BANKS AT DATE OP EACH REPORT
CALLED FOR DURING THE YEAR
Under authority of section 5211, Revised Statutes, national banks
were called upon to submit three reports of condition during the year
ended October 31, 1926, as of various dates specified by the Comptroller.
Summaries of resources and liabilities of reporting banks on the
date of each report during the year, together with summaries for
June 30, and September 28,1925, are shown in the following statement:




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19

Abstract of reports of condition of national banks on dates indicated
[In thousands of dollars]
June 30,
Sept. 28,
Dec. 31,
A p r . 12,
June 30,
1925—8,072 1925—8,085 1925—8,054 1926—8,000 1926—7,978
banks
banks
banks
banks
RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts) '
Overdrafts
United States Government securities owned.
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned.
Customers'liability account of acceptances.
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
_
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve banks.
Items with Federal reserve banks in process
of collection...
Cash in vault
Amount due from national banks
Amount due from other banks, bankers,
and trust companies
_
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in.the same place..
Outside checks and other cash items
Eedemption fund and due from United
States Treasurer
United States Government securities borrowed
.
Bonds and securities (other than United
States) borrowed
Other assets...

13,134,461
14,900
2, 512, 025
3,242, 620
201,083
593, Wel l 4, 677
1,324,326

13,535, 278
10,554
2, 522,810
3,252,016
277,613
606,474
113, 741
1, 376, 992

13,301,306
10,953
2,540,823
3,269,027
265,066
621,825
113,987
1,288,664

13,417,674
9,719
2,469,268
3,372,985
232,460
632,842
115,869
1,381,171

466, 787
359, 605
1, 096, 768

456, 666
362, 341
1,120, 925

572,090
390,116
1,192, 948

487,345
367,573
1,062, 311

501,409
359,951
1,080,617

403, 366
988,284
80,727
69,517

393, 869
733, 816
58.326
54,094

425, 518
1,127, 241
109,679
71, 320

774, 989
83,095

400,822
899,901
97,179

33,038

32,876

33,008

32, 905

238,993

219, 346

235,114

215, 555

24,442
3,173
213,803

24,350,863

Total..

12,674,067
9,352
2, 536, 767
3,193, 677
176, 683
585, 267
111, 191
1,326,864

24, 569, 527

25,852,412

24,893,665

25,315,624

1,375, 009
1,125, 495

1,379,101
1,166,601

1,410,434
1,188, 704

1,412,872
1,198,899

543, 564
69, 792
649, 221
31,820
1,068,420

476,207
59,170
648,461
38, 321
1,076, 397

500,519
63,327
649,452
35, 785
987, 311

477,587
64,618
651,155
33,794
979,814

1, 766, 708
251, 50f>
214, 594
10,427, 544
6,994, 374
175,097

1,897, 655
261, 813
414, 856
11,151.126
6.047, 370
193, 222

1,779,579
258,034
223, 885
10,456, 694
6,199,806
234, 704

1,885,848
217,123
288,669
10,778,603
6, 313,809
144,504

IB, 9S0, OSH 21,080,660

» , 176,798

SO, 64S, 164

24,479

32,718

25,611

24,442

3,976

3,625

4,053

3,173

4,057

1,984

2,497

316,627

384,377

265,590

253,807

245,537

264,505

258, 713

268,801

9,065

7,525

7,760

12,880

191,873
28,542
52, 228

257, 929
39, 595
49,954

24,569,527

25,852, 412

69,316
33,023

LIABILITIES

1, 369,435
Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
_
1,118, 928
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes
paid
481, 711
60, 078
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accruedNational bank notes outstanding..
648,494
30, 740
Due to Federal reserve banks
1,028,168
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to other banks, bankers, and
1,827,4D2
trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
224,089
Cashier's checks outstanding
336,167
10,430, 254
Demand deposits
5,924, 658
Time deposits (including postal savings)
United States deposits
108,101
Total deposits
United States Government securities 19,909,669
borrowed...
21,684
Bonds and securities (other than United
States) borrowed
3,530
Agreements to repurchase United States
Government or other securities sold
3,413
Bills payable (including all obligations
representing borrowed money other than
rediscounts)
245,107
Notes and bills rediscounted (including
acceptances of other banks and foreign
bill3 of exchange or drafts sold with indorsement)
233,874
Letters of credit and travelers' checks outstanding...
.__
___
12,127
Acceptances executed for customers and to
furnish dollar exchange less those purchased or discounted
164,569
28, 773
Acceptances executed by other banks
49,471
Liabilities other than those stated above

Total..

24,350,863

1 Includes customers' liability under letters of credit.




246,199
39,493
55, 515
24,893, 665

221,131
29,801
50,805
25,315,624

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BEPOKT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CITBBENCY

CONDITION OF NATIONAL BANKS JUNE SO, 1926

The total resources of 7,978 reporting national banks in the continental United States, Alaska, and Hawaii, June 30, 1926, aggregated $25,315,624,000, as compared with resources of 8,072 national
banks, amounting to $24,350,863,000, on June 30, 1925. The increase in resources for the year was $964,761,000, although the number
of banks decreased by 94.
RESOURCES

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts, were $13,417,674,000.
and were greater by $743,607,000 than the amount reported on June
30, 1925. The percentage of loans and discounts to total deposits
was 65.00 in comparison with a ratio of 63.66 per cent the year
previous.
United States Government securities owned totaled $2,469,268,000,
the reduction in this item being accounted for in part by eliminating
from the banks' investments nearly $25,000,000 of United States
securities borrowed, heretofore included among investments. Holdings of other miscellaneous bonds and securities increased in the year
from $3,193,677,000 to $3,372,985,000, or $179,308,000, notwithstanding bonds and securities other than United States borrowed
aggregating $3,530,000 were included in the banks' investments in
figures reported as of June 30, 1925.
Balances due reporting banks and bankers, including lawful reserve with Federal reserve banks of $1,381,171,000, amounted to
$3,364,019,000, and were greater by $70,234,000 than in the preceding year. Cash in the banks' vaults increased from $359,605,000
to $359,951,000.
Banking houses, furniture and fixtures valued at $632,842,000 and
other real estate owned, $115,869,000, exceeded the value of these
assets reported in the previous year by $47,575,000 and $4,678,000,
respectively.
LIABILITIES

The paid-in capital stock increased in the year from $1,369,435,000
to $1,412,872,000, and surplus and undivided profits, excluding reserve for taxes, interest, etc., accrued, aggregated $1,676,486,000
and were $75,847,000 more than a year ago.
Circulating notes outstanding amounted to $651,155,000, an
increase of $2,661,000 in the year.
Balances on the books of reporting banks to the credit of correspondent banks and bankers, including certified checks and cashiers'
checks outstanding, amounted to $3,405,248,000, a decrease of
$41,408,000 in the year.
Total deposit liabilities were $20,642,164,000, an excess of
$732,495,000 over June 30, 1925. Included in deposit liabilities are
United States deposits of $144,504,000, amounts due to banks,
$2,899,456,000, and certified checks and cashiers' checks outstanding,
$505,792,000, in addition to individual deposits (time and demand),
the total of which was increased from $16,354,912,000 to $17,092,412,000 or $737,500,000 more than in the preceding year.
Liabilities for money borrowed, represented by bills payable and
rediscounts, aggregated $522,608,000, which was an increase of
$43,627,000 over the returns a year ago when the liability for borrowed

money totaled $478,981,000.


REPORT OF THE COMPTBOLLER OF THE CURRENCY

21

Condensed statement of resources and liabilities of all reporting
national banks at the close of business June 30, 1926, follows:
Summary of reports of condition of 7,978 national banks in the United States at the
close of business June SO, 1926
[In thousands of dollars]
RESOURCES

Loans and discounts:
On demand (secured by collateral other than real
estate)
2, 378, 276
On demand (not secured by collateral)
775, 107
On time (secured by collateral other than real estate). 3, 116, 375
On time (not secured by collateral)
6, 344, 135
Secured by farm land
252, 083
Secured by other real estate
473, 369
Not classified
78, 329
Total
~~. 13, 417, 674
Overdrafts
9, 719
Investments (including premiums on bonds):
United States Government securities
2, 469, 268
State, county, and municipal bonds
647, 801
Railroad bonds.....
631, 387
Bonds of other public service corporations (including
street and interurban-railway bonds)
545, 036
Other bonds, stocks, warrants, etc
1, 548, 761

Total

mrrrmr

s, 842,253

Banking house (including furniture and fixtures)
632, 842
Other real estate owned
115, 869
Due from banks.
1, 982,848
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank or other reserve agents
1, 381, 171
Checks and other cash items
166, 495
Exchanges for clearing house
899, 901
Cash on hand:
Gold coin
17, 869
Silver and minor coin1
30, 952
Paper currency
305, 130
Total.
rrZ
359, 951
Other resources 2
506, 901
Total resources
25, 315, 624
LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
1, 412, 872
Surplus
1, 198, 899
Undivided profits (less expenses and taxes paid)
477, 587
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
64, 618
National-bank circulation
651, 155
Due to all banks
2, 899, 456
Certified checks and cashiers' checks
505, 792
Individual deposits (including postal savings):
Demand deposits—
Individual deposits subject to cheek
9, 754, 457
Demand certificates of deposit
217, 106
Dividends unpaid
35, 27.3
Time deposits—
Sayings deposits, or deposits in interest or savings department
4, 837, 465
Time certificates of deposit
1, 271, 807
Postal-savin gs deposits
70, 094
3
Not classified
906,210
Total
17,092,412
i Includes clearing-house certificates.
8
Includes $232,460,000 customers' liability account of acceptances.
3
Includes $756,448,000 Stato, county, and other municipal deposits.




22

BEPOET OF THE COMPTBOLLEE OF THE CUBBENCY

United States deposits (exclusive of postal savings)
,
Notes and bills rediscounted
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money
borrowed)
Other liabilities
Total liabilities

„

144, 504
268, 801
253, 807
345, 721
25, 315, 624

NATIONAL BANK LIABILITIES ON ACCOUNT OF BILLS PAYABLE
AND REDISCOUNTS
Money borrowed by national banks on account of bills payable
and rediscounts as of June 30, 1926, amounted to $522,608,000,
which is an increase of $43,627,000 over June 30 a year ago, but a
reduction of $126,274,000 since December 31, 1925. On June 30,
1926, bills payable and rediscounts were $253,807,000 and $268,801,000, respectively.
Liabilities of national banking associations in each Federal reserve
district at the date of each call since September 28, 1925, are shown
in the following statement:
Total borrovnngs of national banks on account of bills payable and rediscounts
in each Federal reserve district at dale of each call since September 28, 1925
thousands of dollars)
District
No. 1

District
No. 2

District
No. 3

District
No. 4

Distriet
No. 5

District
No. 6

Dec. 31,1925:
Bills payable
Rediscounts

23,828
66,203

177.871
90,076

34,069
14,206

. 29,069
14,330

29,451
21,621

12,676
9,564

40,618
26,987

District
No. 7

Total

80,031

267,947

48,275

43,399

61,072

22,240

67,605

Apr. 12,1926:
Bills payable
Bediseounts

13,838
23,936

88,903
92,993

42,995
14,486

31,965
14,998

19,022
20,912

8,286
15,533

17,874
39,021

Total

37,774

181,896

67,481

46,963

39,934

23,819

66,896

Tune 30,1926:
Bills payable
Bediseounts

21,861
36,299

50,576
79,212

39,713
14,721

31,860
13,744

20,183
24,523

8,564
20,360

46,648
31,780

Total

68,160

129,788

64,434

45,594

44,706

28,914

77,328

District
No. 8

District
No. 9

District
No. 10

District
No. 11

District
No. 12

Dee. 31,1925:
Bills payable
Bediseounts

6,980
7,089

1,674
2,694

7,473
8,796

3,385
1,966

17,283
10,973

384,377
264,505

Total

Total

14,069

4,368

16,269

5,351

28,256

648,882

Apr. 12,1926:
Bills payableRediscounts

7,951
9,344

2,250
3,038

10,138
9,249

6,434
4,269

16,934
10,934

265,590
258,713

Total

17,295

5,288

19,387

10,703

26,868

624,303

June 30,1926:
Bills payable
Bediseounts

6,706
9,192

1,753
2,834

4,947
10,762

11,384
10,100

10,732
15,274

253,807
268,801

15,898

4,687

15,709

21,484

26,006

522,608

Total.




REPORT OF THE COMPTEOLLER OF THE CURRENCY

23

LOANS AND DISCOUNTS OF NATIONAL BANKS

The returns from national banks on June 30, 1926, show total
loans and discounts in the amount of $13,417,674,000, an excess of
$743,607,000 over June 30, 1925.
Unsecured time loans bearing the indorsement of one or more
individual or firm names aggregated $6,344,135,000, or 47.28 per cent
of the total. Time loans secured by stocks and bonds were 14.78
per cent of all loans, and demand paper with like security 15.31 per
cent.
Of the total of loans and discounts at the date of the midsummer
eall in the current year $3,497,261,000, or 26.06 per cent was eligible
for rediscount with Federal reserve bank, and $130,757,000, or 0.97
per cent, secured by United States Government obligations.
Statement showing the classification of loans and discounts reported by national banks for the last three fiscal years ended June 30
follows:
Classification of loans and discounts for the last three fiscal years
[In thousands of dollars].
June 30,1924
Class

June 30,1925

June 30,1926

Amount

Total
' Not called for on June 30,1926.

18005°—27




3

Amount

Per
cent

Amount

737,659
1,545,625

6.16
12.90

726,100
1,843,167

5.73
14.64

775,107
2,053,871

5.78
15.31

263,618

2.20

300,561

2.37

324,405

2.42

6,123,604
1,559,698

51.12
13.02

6,132,318
1,817,730

48.39
14.34

6,344,135
1,982,754

47.28
14.78

1,087,096

9.08

1,062,755

8.39

1,133,621

8.4S

116,009
188,897

.97
1.58

122,214
269,247

2.12

123,641
337,393

.92
2.61

120,122
74,636

1.00
.62

123,332
81,874

.97
.65

116,887
92,605

9,031
26,543
91,026

.08
.22
.76

29,797
107,767

.85

11, 555
43,371
78,329

33,998

.28

43,766

.35

1,367

.01

3,105

11,978,728

On demand, paper with one or more individual or firm names (not secured by
collateral)
On demand, secured by stocks and bonds..
On demand; secured by other personal
securities, including merchandise, warehouse receipts, etc
On time, paper with one or more individual or firm names (not secured by
collateral)
On time, secured by stocks and bonds
On time, secured by other personal securities, including merchandise, warehouse
receipts, etc
Secured by improved real estate under
authority of sec. 24, Federal reserve act,
as amended:
1. On farm land
2. On other real estate.Secured by real-estate mortgages or other
liens on realty not in accordance with
sec. 24, Federal reserve act, as amended:
1. For debts previously contracted
(sec. 5137, E. S. V. S.)—
(a) Farm lands
,
(6) Other real estate
,
2. All other real-estate loans—
(a) Farmlands
(6) Other real estate
Acceptances of other banks discounted
Acceptances of reporting banks purchased
or discounted
Customers' liability on account of drafts
paid under letters of credit
.,

Per
cent

100.00

12,674,067

10,334

100.00 I 13,417,674

Per
cent

1C0.00

Loans and discounts of national banks June SO, 19S6
[In thousands of dollarsl

Secured by
improved real
estate under
authority of
section 24,
Federal
reserve act,
as amended

On time

On demand

Secured by real estate mortgages or other liens on realty
not in accordance with section
24, Federal reserve act, as
amended
1. For debts
previously
contracted
(sec. 5137,
R. S. U. S.)

2. Allother
real estate
loans

Cities, StaMi, and Territories

s

I
o

CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES

New York
CHicago
Total central reserve cities

36,468
33,687

654,418
156,474

70,055

967,137
253,332

427,352
110,410

94,620
47,392

301

16
304

27

641 44,463 2,274,618
25 2,020 640,050

448,343 24,940
174,936 7,277

93,7011,210,469

537,762

141,912

301

320

3,107

46,483 2,914,668

623,279 32,217

21,151 230,297
25,139
1,224
366 26,693
2,966
11
12,229 251,764
2,907 82,671
3,133 57,941
3,494 43,523
1,400
26,214
2,008 33,440
2,763 22,108
879 19,789
1,360
16,851
2,427 38,857
8,391

3,012
4,315
660
62,222
33,569
6,235
5,785
15,100
9,681
11,782
3,455
2,520
16,590
5,009

20,557
595
778
33
23,657
951
5,971
5,678
4,661
6,380
5,333
3,334
1,039
20,284
614

21,933

518,954
57,221
42,507
10,408
512,081
212,189
96,156
86,276
55,783
60,753
52,331
28,979
28,959
84,552
14,712

108,957 2,581
15,626
282
15,028
566
903
U
152,773 5,426
60,571 2,746
24,060
636
10,640
595
12,171
546
23,409
511
14,350
184
15,764
106
6,454
131
22,637 2,046
4,088
22

56,523
37,178

OTHER RESERVE CITIES

Boston
35,609 78,933
1,723
24,717
Albany
_
65
8,980
Brooklyn and Bronx
1,314
4,427
Buffalo
,
25,598 129,360
Philadelphia
13, MO 75,519
Pittsburgh
18,628
Baltimore
20,455
Washington
1,
£,968
Richmond
1,807
7,101
Atlanta
1,784
7,070
Jacksonville
128
661
Birmingham
4,471
2,128
New Orleans I_IIIIIIIIIIZIIIIII_I
1,282
2,603
Dallas
71
El Paso




191
4
90

258
26

2,014
465
1,021
159
15
824
460

9
126
116
143

721
446
129
2
1,454
146
72
652
92
149
420
67
176
477
267

120

6,147
277
686

13,857

14

904
322
39
680

1,243
450

168

201
247

379
17

268
3

415
285

Fort Worth
Galveston
Houston..
San Antonio
Waco
Little Rock
Louisville
Memphis
Nashville
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Toledo
Indianapolis
Chicago
Peorla
Detroit
Grand Rapids
Milwaukee
Minneapolis
St. Paul.
Cedar Rapids
Des Moines
Dubuque
Sioux City
Kansas City, Mo.
St. Joseph
St. Louis
Lincoln
Omaha..
TopekaWichita
Helena
Denver
Pueblo
Muskogee
Oklahoma City..
Tulsa
Seattle
Spokane
Portland.
Los Angeles
Oakland
San Franciseo
Ogden
Salt Lake City...

1,001
645
2.9331
'884
1,056
74
1,
179
1,232
6,466
3,263
3,670
1,692
1,446
2,895
1,941
1,133
270
10,634
13,047
745
454
1,430
292
757
3,947
426
20.301
363!
l,880|
106
622
181
154
558j
16
78
1,216
2,150
2,247
271
447
6,653
4,753
24,083
7
836

714
1,831
7,699
344
879
25
10,415
261
3,279
22,766
12,760
8,773
2,135
9,861
6,554
2,831
9,213
279
10,348
17,308
14,634
2,167
1,1011
321
1,893
7,239
2,041
39,295
327
2,585|
110
267
31
307
8,516
2,300
48
1,958
11,641
5,672
254
5,160
10,824
2,461
45,130
4
3,011

Total other reserve cities

226,494

Total all reserve cities

296,549 1.,493,930J




341:
4, i43j
3, 810
297
641
656|
881
8721
605]
1,206
1,449!
1,101'
247
524
1,6941
939!
6891
57!
2,666i
8,184
232
63
329
3,552
170
12,409
101
1,123
88
167
296
127
398
2,227
74
676
283
2,701
459
339
4.696
s;024
4,422
1
403

22, 362
5,982
82,249
15,052
6,618
3,706
34,553
5,336
26,266
29,8o5j
26,899j
24,183 !
1,525
32,593
13,879
6,938
73,656
13,356,
63,1851
49,193
29,898|
4,-4231
7,494i
1,266
8,383
20,776'
10,003 j
87,668
9,35l!
24,2321
2,344
4,322
8,988
1,774
17,957
567
2,369
13,925
24,498
30,632
17,79s;
31,003!
107,824

C, 4231
2, 330
15,020
5,263!
1.1*8]
695J
13,1681
2,6611
5,358
18,221
8,8371
15,698
572
8,279
10, 266
3,386
65,640j
5,977
16,097i
12,797!
10,368;
4,417;
7,488
1,031
1,616
12, 542
1,614
39,788
3,301
12,263
631
1,021
3,303|
541;
16,367,
l,189j
1,954!
4,919
11,380
12,078
4,230
15,208
38,398
161
17,962
979
5,167

10,4341
1731
12, 675
4,170
1,758
1,114
5,925
2,376
6,051
6,569
4,643
1,634
140
6,410
3,824
1,429
7,839
630
7,884
16,320
3,254
590
3,369
794
2,380
29,422
1,727
19,342
2,017
18,, 832
3,248
1,348
5,081
800
17,261

136

516
2
3
691
753
105
531
178!
92
217
38!
36
251!
616|
168
124
59

278
76
463
27
32
157
5
233
928
5,877
396
440
15
423
116
2,933
1,106
152
1,024
160
37
245
1091
258
41
l,0Sl
36
279|
1461
252!
981

1,416

863

1,000
9,110
8,858
8,784
3,443
9, 674
16,427
370
13,019
697
2,016

93
114
8
16
46
21
47
31

20
5O2|
458

707,076

383,417

6,601

55,942

220,80813,130,184|j, 244, 838

525,329

6,6011 56,243

73^944
2,556
7,674

684,038! 126,9071,819,715

10

1

18!
2,439!
830|
208!
203!

335
4
416
118
320
170

151

S13
6
427
1,849
64
149
114
285
661
8
614
569
57
313
292
19
587
89
273
38
56

21
30
27

1,434
5,522
101
20

2,884
23
4
11
789

788

368

871
694
1
26!
KM!
255]
112
39
203
78
860

446
114

103
240
211
119
417
498
2,675

113
292
1,201
356
253
695
2,161

408

286
68i
1041
23
12!
166
13
316

110
68
52

36
1,414

40
63

295

7»;_
141

s
o

CO
14
110

42,844
15,211
75,661
28,113
12,322
6,410
67,082
11,882
42,721
87,443
68,941
56,133
6,708
59,544
39,717
18,160
164,574
21,789
101,246
118,775
60,003
13,116
23,019
4,596
16,986
78,819
16,111
221,646
15,919
61,969
6,981
8,074
18,444:
3,800
64,927
6,300
5,852!
33,0311
60,689
62,793
27,315
63,077
190,462;
19,749
179,668
4,520
19,394

14,580
6,827
16,892
9,316
4,404
1,390
16,519
2,846
11,408
18,426
13,087
9,356
1,260
17,711
10,664
9,012
22,107
3,460
19,490
27,806
21,106
2,650
5,443
1,276
6,240
33,612
7.266
72,309
6,436
16,323
1,828
4,688
7,516
1,350
19,711
2,251
2,375
10,929
9,131
20,534
7,313
28,477
27,374
4,772
40,103
1,490
7,892

59

429

392
8
167

108

102
5
16

10,763

20,104

2,490

16,122

11,083|

23,211

2,490

15,7S8i 70,969 7,097,8231,717,641

404

24,480 4,183,1551,094,362;

35
1
1S
6
27
8
8
2
27
3
33
813
112
307
3,683
223
1,320
182
1,688
768
18
7
533
38
454
1,211
1,426
595
105
158
55
432
176
4,865
205
676
146
137
83
10
843
27
80
247
244
925
134
1,205
999
21
1,206
22
464

to
3

Loans and discounts of national banks June SO, 1986—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]

On demand

Secured by
improved real
estate under
authority of
section 24,
Federal
reserve act,

On time

Secured by real estate mortgages or other liens on realty
not in accordance with section
24, Federal reserve act, as
amended
1. For debts
previously
contracted
(sec. 5137,
E . S. V. S.)

2

1

I

2. Allother
real estate
loans

si

Cities, States, and Territories
E£
•SB

I
|

m
COOTTBY BANKS
Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut
Total New England States
New York
New Jersey.
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
Total Eastern States
Virginia
West Virginia.
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia




10,878
8,416
8,763
6,082
3,663
6,696
14,553 30,074
1,218
2,642
8,674
29, 710
44,639 85,720
46,366 83,497
43,153 87,813
103,973 119,759
1,707
1,818
: 7,511
4,797
202,821 297,573

997
1,140
1,195
6,504
1,165
2,129
13,130
7,316
8,637
8,091
310
636
24,990

3,315
7,292
2,073
3,603
1,829

2,542
754
645

I
._.;
;
!

7,482
4,461
2,907
2,511

1,870

2,180

33,002
16,922
3,046
16,600
2,467
156,759 59,579
17,695
6,054
74,933 35,216
315,911 113,055
286,706 57,491
249,794 39,222
373,651
5,770
815
31,025
7,855
946,946 203,576

1,873
1,136
1,587
10,787
1,177
3,020
19,590
15,671
5,385
12,080
35
2,075
35,246

130,287
78.676
85,484
38,619
33,413

11,441
2,005
12,139
14,986
9,211

37,135
28,832
23,673
10,201
6,104

I
722 4,775
384
810
878 1,502
424 17,798
2,245
150 8,572
2,558 35,702
4,193 30,906
1,788 42,279
6,212 61,247
492
399
1,498 2,394
14,183 137,225
4,031
565
1,417
1,821
1,738]

5,622
4,967
2,114
1,399
1,114

375
37
185
257
7
149
1,010
2,124
738
1,096
107

975
312
642
3,258
1,845
7,033

7,029
3,163
7,471
171
254

4,448
1,452
185
. 9361
2,180]
3,17«l

1,807
2,301
1,138
1,395
1,352

110
12
66
3,557
231
87
1,048
175 5,024
328
3,473
2,764
77
6,525
28
1
141
436
1,838 12,904
219
27
256

12, 782
68,852
7,254
7,951
34,555
303,611 76,074
8,787
32,435
165, 573 33,608
1151 643,662 146,456
470! 545, 570 151,139
221 485,034 102,805
722
139,542
3,115
11,653
69,005 10,666
1,413! 1,901,251 407,267
34

340
73

11

46

10

206,184
130,128
133,048
79,365
62,777

1,002
688
403
2,572
286
1,913
6,864
4,701
3,353
7,559
235
421
16,269

65,344 1,829
19,687 1,438
42,613 1,692
27,713
424
26,306

2,870
3,416
470
1,336
14,972
Texas
- -- _ -_
1,673
8,248
2,856
Tennessee
Total Southern States
56,030
Ohio
— .- 46,827
8,454
Indiana
28,249
Illinois
3,417
4,664
Wisconsin
_
8,548
Minnesota
._
8,093
6,551
Missouri
Total Middle Western States.. 114,803
2,637

4,389
208
1,593 1,791
2,783 1,120
664 2,627
2,734 9,828
1,602 1,560
2,620 2,411
1,403 1,242
32,994 28,715
14,987
4,020
8,005 4,021
4,550
5,871
15,461
561
6,528 1,831
4,245
6,558
2,006 11,820
1,634
1,584
57,416 36,266
1,393 4,537
663 3,066
289 2,833
1,209 3,581
365 1,564
805
390
568 2,405
564
259
1,482 3,250
6,618 22,605
874 1,595
627 2,456
8,428 4,747
314 1,842
189
384
194
857

727
1,028
573
658
3,936
409
1,099
1,700
18,723
4,188
2,262
3,232
994
1,389
1,304
2,000
575
15,944
641
483
617
959
411
274
525
215
1,324
5,449
386
537
2,209
360
146
157

175

879

359

10,801

12,760

4,154

2,419
5,503
3,669
261
1,448
646
3,355
20,666
3,607
9,499
22,457
664
56
2,231

6, 82S
2,993
179
2,912
9,893
2,795
5, 709
1,388
51,309
40,012
4,472
15,601
9,652
6,346
11,001
1,799
1.965
90,848
386
311
337
3,941
5,467
564
1,776
151
3,624
16,557
3,309
1,395
9,000
642
97
760

3,255
2,610
968
1,089
6,651
1,048
777
392
24, 779
3,783
1,569
4,246
1.445
994
3,364
2,078
1,760
18,239
1,718
248
830
1,120
800
635
1,154
574

151

Florida
Alabama

546

168

38,665

15,749

13,593

105,531

30,464

333

23

48

902

30

64

601

2,162

22

157

17

40

13

Kansas... .

Oklahoma
Total Western States
Washington..
Oregon.. .
Utah
Total Pacific States
The Territory of Hawaii (nonmember banks)
Total (nonmember banks)

934

2,185

70

1,059

47

104

13

394

Total country banks

478,558

559,941

103,797]3,213,051

737,916

35
106
157
53
864
109
255
116
2,406
592
299
286
43
289
564
690
63
2, 826
477
140
91
160
39
7
33
19

1,843
88
112
80
358
22
380
67
4,023
960
420
790
676
205
593
447
97
4,188
113
137
32
172
23
4
45
3

336

120

35
100

1,302
41
143
213
105

649

383

157
55
493
36

104
105
15

12
4

28

99

618

769

323

310

.

917

7,996
2,442
2,998
5,936
647
16
1,386

56,649 12,4001 93 R19
35, 914
6. 041 21 025
27,002
6,122
11,272
26, 970
6,372 10, 834
124,200 19,039 90,804
29,393
4,896
10, 746
65, 755 14,154
5, 526
71,842 18,066
6, 937
804,204 193,035 230,338
7,644
141,840 33,175
6,166
114,470 25,370
16,585
188,814 27,558
5,835
67,807 29,541
9,040
89,815 26,127
60,415 14,817 25,483
9,177
93,922
18,051
5,644
26,700
7,147
783,783 171,409 95, 951
16,054
1,540 20,550
17,318
1,628 15,233
34,746
1,791 17,438
47,805
5,078 30,513
12,635
2,139
9,592
8,297
6,814
3 530
19,972
3,761
17,648
5,871
5,231
842
35,302
6,021 47,161
196, 517 26,330 171,663
13,499
33, 638
4,988
8,165
18,096
1,425
20,142
85, 775 19,925
8,490
14, 734
1,767
2,931
885
1,179
2,554
502
1,033
7,803
972
2,892

1,091
1,552
1,824
676
2,907
1,578
3,069
1,126
23, 395
7,964
6,533
10,516
5,161
5,394
10,444
4,812
1,471
52,295
3,695
1,560
1,135
2,671
856
391
1,026
162
1,734
13,230
1,519
984
7,045
857
359
471
131

55,400 • 11,366

84

608,292 117,040 281,150 105,804

3

26

271
50

1, 505
204
2,088
14
194
1,829
4
589
49
319
40
3,038
16
17
51
133
31

114,178
78,194
52,630
54, 271
287,491
56, 035
110,603
107,135
1,472, 039
306,006
182,235
308,127
140,597
153,211
147,385
155,214
55,231
1,448,006
53,657
41,632
62,609
102,712
37,693
22,003
50,361
14,572
104,726
489,965
66,055
46,484
186,475
30,473
6,242
10,284
14,080
360,093
1,513

32,007
34, 939
17,810
17,715
125, 748
23, 541
23,257
38, 565
494, 245
65,986
55,020
93,307
30,818
47,352
47,092
61,126
16,452
407.153
40,937
18, 604
26,665
42,609
12,176
7,838
17.359
6,289
49,547
222.024
23,094
14,019
42,126
13,298
2,507
2,405
4,393

69,394

26

9,065

27,583

4,835

612

1,858
316
229
608
193
34
32
32

101, 842 1,414
633

7

633

14

3,322
3

537
436
292
221
1,311
279
1,352
772
10,817
5,478
3,171
2,559
1,836
2,033
836
364
501
16,778
66
35
95
471
100
96
299
84

7

7,360 6,319,851 1,779,620 54,044

Total United States, Alaska,
and the Territory of Hawaii.. 775,107 2,053,871 324,405 6,344,135 1,982,754 1,133, 621 123,641 337,393 116,887 92,605 11,555 43,371 78,329 13,417,674 3,497,261 130,757




28

EEPOET OF THE COMPTROLLEB OF THE CTJBBENCY

COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF LOANS AND DISCOUNTS,
INCLUDING REDISCOUNTS, MADE BY NATIONAL BANKS
DURING LAST THREE FISCAL YEARS
The percentage of loans and discounts of national banks in the
central reserve cities of New York and Chicago to the total loans
and discounts of all national banks in the United States June 30,
1926, as well as similar information with respect to banks in other
reserve cities, etc., is shown in the following statement, in comparison with like information for the fiscal years ended June 30,
1924 and 1925.
[In thousands of dollars]
Loans
June 30,1924

Banks in—

June 30,1925

June 30,1926

Amount

Total United States

COMPARATIVE
LOANS AND
AND OTHER
OF LAWFUL
30, 1922

16.77

2,084,305

16.45

2,274,618

16.95

21.73
30.18

2,694,922
3,994,646

21.26
31.52

2,914,668
4,183,155

21.72
31.18

6,218,736
5, 759, 993

51.91
48.09

6,689,568
5,984,499

52.78
47.22

7,097,823
6,319,851

52.90
47.10

11,978,728

All reserve cities
States (exclusive of reserve cities)

Per
cent

}• 2.603,764
3,614,971

Do . . . .
Chicago..
Other reserve cities

Amount

2,009,100

New Yorfe

Per
cent

100.00

12, 674,067

100.00

13,417,674

100.00

CHANGES IN
DISCOUNTS,
BONDS AND
RESERVE OF

Amount

Per
cent

DEMAND AND TIME DEPOSITS,
UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT
SECURITIES, AND THE AMOUNT
NATIONAL BANKS SINCE JUNE

Demand deposits in national banks on June 30, 1926, totaled
$10,778,603,000, an increase of 3.34 per cent over demand deposits
on June 30, 1925, and were greater than on June 30 in each of the
preceding four years. Time deposits June 30, 1926, aggregated
$6,313,809,000, or 6.57 per cent more than at the time of the midsummer call the year previous.
The loans and discounts of $13,417,674,000 on June 30, 1926,
increased 5.87 per cent in the year; United States Government and
other bonds and securities invested in by national banking associations were $111,809,000 more than on June 30, 1925, an increase of
1.95 per cent, and the amount of lawful reserve with the Federal
reserve banks, due to an increase in time and demand deposits,
likewise increased 4.09 per cent in the year.




EEPOKT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

29

The percentage of increase or reduction of each of the resource and
liability items referred to since June 30, 1922, is shown in the following statement:
[la thousands of dollars]
Per
cent

June 30,
1922

Per
cent
increase

Per
cent
increase

Per
cent

June 30, or de- June 30, or de- June 30, or de- June 30, or de1924
1923
crease
1925
1926
crease
crease
crease
since
June
30,
1922

since
June
30,
1023

since
June
30,
1924

Demand deposits
! 9,152,415 9,288,298 +1.48 9,593,250
2810,430,254 +8.7210,778,603
Time deposits
—... 4, m,951 4, 755,162 +15. 64 6,259,933+10.62 6,924,658 +12. 64! 6,313,809
Loans and discounts ' . . 11,248,214 11,817,671 +5.0611,978,728 ' 3612,
-L" " " ' " -417 « M
"" 1,674,067 +5.8013,417,674
United States and
other bonds, stocks,
etc
i, 563,325 5,069,703+11.10 5,142,328 +1.43 5, 730,444 +11.44 5,842,253!
Lawful reserve with
F e d e r a l reserve
banks
1,151, 605 1,1-12, 736 - . 7 7 1,198,670 +4.89 1,326,804 +10. 69 1,381,171!

since
June
30,
1925
+3.34
+6.57
+5.87
+1.95
+4.09

' Includes rediscounts and customers' liability under letters of credit.

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT SECURITIES HELD BY
TIONAL BANKS IN RESERVE CITIES AND STATES

NA-

The aggregate investments by national banking associations in
United States Government securities on June 30, 1926, amounted to
$2,469,268,000, a decrease of $67,499,000 since June 30, 1925, more
than one-third of the decrease being accounted for by eliminating
from the banks' investments approximately $25,000,000 of United
States securities borrowed, heretofore included among investments.
The holdings of these banks in Liberty loan bonds and victory
notes were reduced by $28,290,000, United States certificates of
indebtedness $60,358,000, short-term Treasury notes $199,025,000,
while their investments in war-savings certificates and thrift stamps,
and other issues of United States bonds, the latter including bonds
on deposit with the Treasurer of the United States to secure circulating notes, increased by $9,000 and $220,165,000, respectively.




30

KEPOKT OF THE COMPTBOLLEE OF THE CURRENCY

Classification of these securities held by national banks in reserve
cities and States, June 30, 1926, follows:
United States Government securities owned by national banks June 80, 1926
fin thousands of dollars]
War
savings
Liberty
certifiloan Victory
bonds, notes cates
and
all issues
thrift
stamps

Cities, States, and Territories

United
States Short- All other
certifi- term issues of
cates of Treasury United
indebt- notes States
bonds
edness

Total

CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES

New York
Chicago
Total central reserve cities

182,704
32, 684

24,452

8,433
20,417

301,034
8,922

516,6E3
62,023

215, 388

24,452

28,850

309,956

578,646

30, 893
5 965
4, 692
608
19 263
58 213
8,408
11,915
2,049
5,560
2,682
1,221

423
50

3,676

37,024
4,500
1,198
1,006
15,500
37,173
10,485
7,173
1,067
5,553
4, 672
1,954
4,263
7,104
1,007
4,077
2,065
5, 037
3,178
1,700

72,016
10,515
6,118
1,614
36,22$
104,695
18,893
19,576
3,116
11,113
9,375
3,297
5,013
16,106
3,212
8,514
4,808
11,361
7,739
2,281

OTHER RESERVE CITIES
Albany

Buffalo
Pittsburgh . . .
Washington
Richmond
Atlanta
Jacksonville
Birmingham
New Orleans
Dallas
El Paso.-Fort Worth
Galveston.
Little Rock
Memphis..

.

. . .

.. ._

225
10

335
100

... .

Tulsa
Seattle
Portland
Oakland



411

1,646

136

1,339

750

7, 527
1,754
4 302
1,988
4 866
4 529

Cleveland . . . .
TcJedoIndianapolis
Peoria...
Detroit
Grand Rapids
..
Milwaukee
St. Paul
. . .
Cedar Rapids
Des Moines
Dubuque
Sioux City
Kansas City, Mo - St. Joseph
St. Louis .
Lincoln
Kansas City, Kans
Topeka
Wichita
Helena
Denver
Pueblo
.

76
375
100

1

1,455
9,309

451
135
755
858
32

246

215

2,229
27

5

.

.- _

4

13
4

297

I

2

8 308
3,810
3 672
1,435
2,081
fl,715
1,963
9 jgg
5
7,044
9 595
10,147

610

1,015
9

146

-128
270

312
597
267

5

4
4,842
250

220

2,570
1,191
1,583
10, 514
476
9 695

30
851
2,491
5,140
25
202

253

75
864

838

1 547
210
1 895

196

5
292
1,295
701
1,687
3
374

5,870
366
2,911
8,372
10,336
3,704
2,115
6,023
3,847
3,033
6,926
1,982
7,338
19,125
4,151
1,046
1,509
502

1,121
4,435
562
14,618
593
1,214
1,489
1,348
14

84

590
458

13,119
936
3,063
10, 733
7,646
6,065
678
13,674
14 763
3,616

22

8
55

930
76

5,074
87

6,499
561

48

965

175

9

756
279
25
97
1,147

332
1
953
288

4,730

24

506

630
715
15, 603
2,677
6,739
8,138
1,174

315

8,401
393
2,913
17, 291
15,161
7,535
3,550
8,544
U, 142
6,267
16,066
% 017
15,233
31,215
24,280
1,541
4,287
1,951
2,996
16,244
1,814
26, 864
1,434
3,331
1,707
3,382
604
1,139
25,631
1,660
4,076
11, 695
9,118
22,900
3,380
20, 798
28, 778
4,814

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31

United States Government securities owned by national banks June 30, 1926—

Continued
[In thousands of dollars!

Cities, States, and Territories

War
savings
Liberty
certifiloan
Victory cates
bonds,
notes
and
all issues
thrift
stamps

United
States Short- All other
certifi- term issues of
cates of Treasury irnited
States
indebt- notes
houds
edness

Total

OTHER RESERVE CITIES—OOntd.

Ogden
Salt Lake City

2,888
10J
992

21,566
106
1,646

- -

11,108
736
1,121

35,562
943
3,659

Total other reserve cities

373,092

246

31

12,481

51,395

328, 273

765, 518

Total all reserve cities

588,480

246

31

36,933

80, 245

638, 229

1,344,164

60

984
402
84
8,276
50
1,491

8,585
5,965
4.763
27, 757
4,214
13, 858

13.025
11,716
6.018
52.405
6, 446
28,651

COUNTRY BANKS

Main©
New Hampshire
Vermont

Massachusetts .
Connecticut

.

Rhode Island

Total New England States
New York
New Jersey. _
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland

..

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

Missouri

Total Middle Western States
North Dakota
South Dakota

Total Western States




415
349

9

824

8,287

05,132

118, 261

38 690
33,419
69, 529
949
2,999

2
19

54
41
16

1,680
1,207
3,239
92
97

4,590
7,738
8,577
69
272

42,290
30,374
78, 504
1,234
4,810

87,304
72, 781
159,884
2,344
8,178

21

111

6,315

21, 246

157, 212

330,491

5

205
468
131
252
217
285
543
160
355
2,437
800
434
66

21,033
11,050
10, 219
7,092
5,903
4 976
8,064
3,399
3,166
27,298
3,808
12,556
10,999

27,641
18,396
14, 865
11,170
7,804
17, 539
11,355
6,063
6,205
49, 033
10, 751
17, 8S3
13, 222

_

15

5
10

322
38
20
10
35
320
226
200
807
2,939
1,400
345
672

486

161

7,334

6,353

129,563

211, 507

17,663
11, 580
29,037
9,208
9, 688
12,618'
10, 392
4,497

__ . _.

„ .

Washington..
Oregon
California
Idaho

8

67,620

...

Kansas
Montana
Wyoming.
Colorado
New Mexico _..
Oklahoma

1

44,009

145, 586

Total Southern States
Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan..
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Iowa _ „

3,396
5,348
1,181
18, 949
2,182
12, 953

65

5
19
43
14
12
8
9

875
289
2,075
398
548
1,297
621
257

1, 576
865
3,011
428
1,416
1,198
804
1,072

31,209
23.380
31, 788
13, 667
14, 423
14,515
15, 807
6,966

51,393
36,133
65,959
23, 715
25, 095
29,661
27.635
12,792

110

6.3B0

10,370

151, 755

273,383

483
142
409
496
655
198
561
101
1,249

4,268
3,701
6,086
10,012
3,340
2,192
4,016
1, 553
7,908

12,467
12,217
10, aril
17,540
10,245
6,036
10,531
5,600
32,244

f>, 081
6,820
4,495
3,816
1 648
11 955
2,514
2,304
877
16, 831
4,296
4,523
1,460

104,683

20
1
3

128
447

5
8
25

105

7,456
8,015
3,585
6,427
6,032
3,832
5,781
3,868
22,425

48

5
8
13

260
359
171
589
218
114
164
70
601

67,121

52

42

2,546

4,294

43,676

117,731

9,352
5,329
13,856
4,951

28

4

57

5
5

226
671
15

462
378
959
309

6,474
3,299
15,735
2,680

15,377
9,237
31.247

16
4

21
8

7,973

32

BEPOET OF THE COMPTROLLEB OF THE CTJEKE5TCY

United States Government securities owned by national banks June 30, 1986—

Continued
[In thousands of dollars!

Cities, States, and Territories

War United
savings States Short- All other
Liberty
issues of
certifi- certifiterm
Victory cates
loan
cates of Treasury United
bonds,
notes
States
and
indebt- notes
all issues
bonds
thrift edness
stamps

Total

COUNTRY BANKS—continued

25
4

599
995
2,038

Utah

Total Pacific States
Alaska (nonmember banks)
The Territory of Hawaii (nonmember
Total (nonmember banks)

37,120

57

14

208
149

585
1,359
814

1,184
2,587
3,006

998

2,465

29,956

70,610

22

1,537
721

437

24,399

Total United States, Alaska and
the Territory of Hawaii
1,056,156

967

468

61,332

987

1,320

814

467,676

Total country banks

242

22

723

2,134

1,562

3,121

578, 856

1,125,104

133,260 1,217,085

2,469,268

53,015

INVESTMENTS OF NATIONAL BANKS
The total investments by national banks on June 30, 1926, in
United States Government and other miscellaneous bonds and
securities, amounted to $5,842,253,000, an increase of $111,809,000
in the year.
With the exception of investments in railroad and foreign Government bonds, banks' holdings in securities other than United States
show a substantial increase in the year, the total of miscellaneous
bonds and securities aggregating $3,372,985,000.
The table following discloses, by reserve cities and States, a
classification of miscellaneous securities held by national banks,
together with a total of United States Government securities, in the
years ended June 30, 1925 and 1926:
[In thousands of dollars]
June 30,
1925
Domestic securities:
State, county, or other municipal bonds
Railroad bonds
Other public-service corporation bonds
All other bonds
Claims, warrants, judgments, etc
Collateral trust and other corporation notes
Foreign government bonds
Other foreign bonds and securities
Stock, Federal reserve banks
Stocks, all other

June 30,
1926

594,700
678,950
495,239
698, 235
90,548
124,828
240, 762
122,163
74,488
78,764

647,801
631,387
545,036
772,789
79,423
154,797
225,871
146,548
78, 735

Total
United States Government securities

3,193, 677
2, 536,767

3,372,985
2,469,268

Total bonds of all classes

5,730,444

5,842,253




United Stales Government, domestic, and foreign bonds, securities, etc., owned by national banks June SO, 1926
[In thousands of dollars]
Foreign government bonds

Domestic securities

State,
United
States county,
Governor
ment
municsecuriipal
ties
bonds

Cities, States, and Territories

Railroad
bonds

Other
publicservice
corporation
bonds

Stock
of
All
other Federal
bonds reserve
bank

Stock Claims*
ofother war- Judgcorpo- rants, ments
rations etc.

Other
foreign
bonds
Bonds
and seCollat- of Ruseral
sian,
Bonds curities,
includtrust
Gerof
ing
and
man,
other
those
other or Aus- foreign
of
corpo- trian govern- municiration
Gov- ments palities
notes
ernments

Total
bonds,
stocks,
securities,
etc.,
other
than
United
rfiates

Total
all
bonds
and
securities

Total central reserve cities

3
w
H
O
•*!
H
o

w

CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES

New York
Chicago..-.

w
w

---

516,623
62,023

76,152
13,822

103,535
3,765

28,872
3,866

S2,282
14,466

14,251
2,828

24,059
2,882

125
689

26,575
7,132

1,133

18,144
2,158

15,893
1,480

3ftl,021
58,0»7

907,644
115,110

S78,646

89,974

107,300

32, 737

96.748

17,079

26,941

814

33, 707

1,133

20,302

17,373

444,108

1,022,754

72,016
10, 515
6,115
1,614
36,228
104,685
18, 893
19, 576
3,110
11,113
9,375
3,297
5,013
16, 106
3,212
8,514
4, 80S
li,361
7,739
•2,281
315

8,524
8,842
1,688

6,713
1,127
8,498
423
20,911
24, 318
1,760
2,009
1, 537
944
780
711
14
118
177

11,805
1,995
3,133
824
13,731
7,790
1,646
2,649
47
236
890
250

11,064
3,717
2,065
3,347
12,334
29,092
3,218
4,388
751
2,032
1,290
1,345
55
769
37
529
493
2,519
193
387

2,474
225
213
45
3,043
1,872
707
511
342
315
188
152
144
513
57
212
76
378
185
74
26

16,845
91
71

8,566
815
696
10
16, 456
19,358
3,690
721
624
39
626

14
20
16
19
80
719
193
2

6,939
637
502
316
6,266
3,943
3,065
371
40
307
380
12G

4,974
697
634
208
2,804
3,232
373
344
1
25

263

27

Isi

494
167

77,965
17,586
12,418
5,222
93,053
98,284
20,290
12,661
5,593
5,993
16,451
3,518
541
3,971
1,579
4,843
1,484
8,359
1,122

149,981
28,101
18, 533
6,836
129,281
202,979
39,183
32,237
8,709
17,106
25,826
6,815
5, 554
20,077
4,791
13,357
6,292
19,720
8,861
2,914
435

H

OTHER RESERVE CITIK3

Brooklyn and Bronx
Buffalo
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Washington

Dallas
El Paso
Fort Worth
Galveston
Waco
Little Rock




14,914
5,161
5, 425
1,110
1 638
831
12,182
544
188
1,823
39
2,524
381
1, bOO
226
10

109
864
61
131

132
35
377
146
543
79
26

75

2,320
2,261
173
430
608
1,262
43
138
160
239
244
359
13
1,014
30
1
7

47
20-

2

30
159
538

2

35

8

120
5

2
9
62
977
105
13
19
303

2

3

60

25
13
62

18

..

10

6
356

25

62
461
10
0

252

305

633
120

H

w
w
M

CO

W

United States Government, domestic, and foreign bonds, securities, etc., owned by national banks June 30, 1926—Continued

CO

[In thousands of dollars]
Foreign government bonds

Domestic securities

United State,
States county,
Governor
ment
municsecuriipal
bonds

Cities, States, and Territories

Bonds
Collat- of Ruseral
sian,
Stock Stock Claims,
trust
GerAll
of
ofother war- Judgand
man,
other Federal corpo- rants, ments other or Ausbonds reserve rations etc.
corpo- trian
bank
ration Govnotes
ernments

road
bonds

Other
publicservice
corporation
bonds

515
630
442

3,358

2,649

2,929

197

559

180
155

7,558
2,339
3,224

1,485
1,957
1,468

2,176
3,254
1,441

3,460
5,953
4,449

1,523
6,075
1,303
6,930

3,771

7,104

1,446

1,066

1,725
4,909
1,375
1,287

1,441
5,155
3,137

3,062
1,794

Rail-

Bonds
of
other
foreign
governments

Other
foreign
bonds
and securities,
including
those
of
municipalities

Total
bonds,
stocks,
securities,
etc.,
other
than
United
States

Total
all
bonds
and
securities

OTHER RESERVE CITIES—continued

Louisville
__
Memphis
Nashville
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Toledo
Indianapolis
Chicago
Peoria
Detroit
Grand Rapids
Milwaukee
Minneapolis
St. Paul
Cedar Rapids
DesMoines
Dubuque
Sioux City
Kansas City, Mo
St. Joseph
St. Louis
Lincoln
_.
Omaha
_
Kansas City, Kans
Topoka
Wichita
Helena

_

_

:
_
.-_

-

8,401
393
2,913
17,291
15,161
7, 535
3,550
8,544
11, 442
5,267
16,060
2,017
15,233
31,215
24,280

-

1,541

-




4,287

1,951
2,996
16,244
1,814
26, 864
1,434
3,331
1,707
3,382

604
1,139

185

216

420
426

625

48

254
918

751

189

946

2,292

20

231
246
102
512
830
237

8,161

8,110

8,792

3,737

1,843
37
8

198
758
64
32
14

24

33

671

1,576

472

4,702
304

621

3,315
5,130
i

316

391
462
389
345
14

786

1,402
7,002
1,314
1,658
1,024
2,687
4,777
1,643
1,051
790
735

1,183
2,216
212

7,402
1,038
1,311
232
33
368

130

272
66
205
608
235
317
45
281
214
170
690
84
471
572
279
51
117
30
83
297
62
1,155
77
243 j

39
55
110
23

185
7
88
128
227
123
120
827
141
12
94
66
907
161
1
47
627
2
184
477
1,320
209

31
41
3

109

2,336

75

262
2,505
7
290
19
134
1,083
10
3,056
156
92

17

"lO9"

17

23

188
1
591
38
4

67
110
64
301
207
83
51
349
141
4
331
211
345
77
2
211

36

327
334
18
23

184
943

47

598

300
65
17
32

621

71
23

27
14
329
2,493
168
678
233

15
40
231
30
S

587
3,234
207
372
969
31
79
85
74
449
276
457
3,994
435
480
33

15
30
91

170
17
766
2,649
304
167
578
1,155
.316
149
277
1,888
1,589
9
133
207
2,731
26
725

12,442
900
2,442
21,507
17,123
12,313
2,252
6,903
28,370
5,092
18,310
2,296
11,173
20,543
9,897
5,041
3,207
3,101
3,794'
9,554
1,046
40,148
2,909
9,566
1,099
3,664
5,691
790

20,843
1,293
5,355
38,798
32,284
19,848
5,802
15,447
39,812
10,359
34,376
4,313
26,406
51,758
34,177
6,582
7,494
5,052
6,790
25,798
2,860
67,012
4,343
12,897
2,806
7,046
6,295
1,929

Denver.
Pueblo
Muskogee
Oklahoma City
Tulsa
Seattle
Spokane—
Portland
Los Angeles
Oakland.
San Francisco
Ogden...

-

25,631
1,660
4,076
11, 695
9,118
22,900
3,380
20,798
28, 778
4,814 •
35, 562
943
3,659

9,803
1,102
69
6,830
417
3,642
764
7,636
10,886
1,444
6,205
70
599

2,416
736
160
195
3.983
322
2,821
1,253
54
1,758
101
467

1,867
902
106
119
1,114
683
1,156
505
19
712
76
432

3,361
582
10
302
3,201
2,478
758
3,050
4,403
282
4,865
270
501

280
52
32
163
191
288
116
305
723
97
981
28
92

Total all reserve cities

138
230
100
111
403
1,661

656
246
81
1,032
201
877
158
318
136
1
194

7

1,020
10

10
18
7

75
54

5

135
77
200
415
1,255
271
2,553
766
22
495
12
332

1,510
55
141
267
659
303
1,778
125
47
809

21,692
3,766
202
9,165
5,297
14,407
3,531
20,168
20,616
1,970
18,369
572
3,784

47,223
5,426
4,278
20,860
14,415
37,307
6,911
40,966
49,394
6,784
53,931
1,515
7,443

1
39
44

25

7
9

45
5
30

5
19
109
114
4
17
10
23

90,972 159,883 21,961 39,166 12,031

848

62,133

2,925

47,378

34,353

1,344,164 276,631 225,291 123, 709 256,631 39,040 66,107 12,846

848

95,840

4,058

67,680

51, 726 1, 220,406 1 2,564, 570

4

2,464
625
823
5,925
930
1,246

117
28
82
182
4
127

4,144
969
2,042
6,883
497
3,311

Salt Lake City
Total other reserve cities...

532
4

765,518 186,657 117,991

2,281
1,254

45

776, 298 1,541, 816

COUNTRY BANKS

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

13,025
11,716
6,018
52,405
6,446
28,651

Total New England States
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware...
Maryland...

*

Total Eastern States
Virginia-.
_
West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee
Total Southern States




3,319
414
175
4,405
304
2,261

7,241
2,547
3,283
17,055
1,477
11,869

19,037
5,600
5,469
37,702
6,470
11,309

10,437
3,592
4,930
32,394
1,585
8,853

486
303
237
1,633
294
1,163

163
117
124
1,989
138
416

118, 261

10,873

43,472

85,587

61,791

4,116

2,947

627

4

12,013

540

17,846

87,304
72, 781
1S9, 884
2,344
8,178

31,596 92,644
37,051 68,172
32,397 129,674
1,748
829
5,808
2,624

82, 019 78,122 3,094
44,396 48,943 2,580
90, 502 120.575 6,523
1,851
121
i,iw
8,082
359
8,759
330,491 104,497 298,046 226,850 257,529 12,677

2,055
1,119
4,162
95
195

1,157
828
735

7,520
2,770
15,379
767
1,273

1,132
597
1,418

110

263
8
2.295
5
184

30, 492
17,691
27, 574
426
2,387

7,626

2,830

2,755

27,709

3,331 1 78,570

949
112
14
45
40
244
39
346
33
543

40
186
5
11
18
6
47
31
14
16

238
103
2,706

79
39
134
144
29
202

27,641
18,396
14,865
11,170
7,804
17,539
11,355
6,063
5,205
49,633
10, 751
17,863
13,222

4,055
1,060
1,997
2,215
392
17,144
5,779
7,960
1,693
4,510
2,781
1,733
2,260

1,300
1,993
19
594
295
2,872
1,863
711
40
699
134
2,048
360

1,551
2,790
10
783
368
1,753
1,529
401
146
929
141
2,450
528

5,025
6,550
1,346
2,745
450
4,433
3,396
1,845
307
2,594
1,223
3,920
2,373

1,275
755
683
463
473
562
551
265
286
2,229
301
711
589

992
522
330
845
401
1,035
217
161
496
688
79
356
217

366
61
112
197
401
342
618
511
159
2,594
684
1,201
1,149

51
185
43
14
5
24
50

211,507

53, 579

12,928

13,379

36, 207

9,143

6,339

8,395

684

62
98
21
79
52

183

50,866
14,880
18,675
114,066
12,193
44,230

63, 891
26,596
24,693
166,471
18,639
72,881

15,089

254,910

373,171

21, 569
8,915
20,720
270
1,353

351, 663
233, 070
451,960
7,243
31,317

438,967
305, 851
611, 844
9,587
39,495

3,379
646
1, 376
5,750
465
3,473

52,833 1,075,253 j 1,405,744

123
9

1,404
1,745
67
151
286
2,061
1,101
597
16
691
262
1,236
773

417
639
30
120
82
729
242
346
96
190
125
463
296

17,425
16,598
4,656
8,183
3,211
31,205
15,432
13,174
3,348
15,781
5,751
14, 558
8,709

45,066
34,994
19,521
19,353
11, 015
48.744
26, 787
19,237
8,553
65,414
16, 502
32,421
21,931

506

10,390

3,775

158,031

369,538
Or

United States Government, domestic, and foreign bonds, securities, etc., owned by national banks June SO, 1926—Continued
[In thousands ol dollars]
Foreign government bonds

Domestic securities

Cities, Status, *nd Territories

United
State,
States county,
Governor
ment
municsecuriipal
ties
bonds

Railroad
bonds

Other
public
service
corporation
bonds

Stock Stock Claims,
All
of
warJudgother Federal of other rants, ments
corpobonds reserve rations
etc.
bank

Bonds
Collat- of Ruseral
sian,
trust
Gerand
man,
other or Auscorpotrian
ration
Govnotes
ernments

Other
foreign
bonds
and seBonds curities,
includof
ing
other
those
foreign
of
govern- municiments palities

Total
bonds,
stocks,
securities,
etc.,
other
than
United
States

Total
all
bonds
and
securities

cotJNTRT BANKS—continued
Ohio
Illinois..
Michigan— !
Wisoonsin
.. ..
Minnesota
._ _
Iowa _
Missouri
Total Middle Western States
North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wvomipg , ,,
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Total Western States
Washington..
Oregon
California tdako




51,393
36,133
65,969
23,715
26,095
29,661
27,635
12,792

31,196
8,243
26,204
22,938
11,494
14, 479
2,819
4,020

8,157
7,157
7,484
6,342
5,221
5,793
1,635
631

7,601
12,366
15,225
11,048
14,508
6,907
5,136
1,321

27,897
10,976
22,893
20,133
16,666
15,228
6.399
2,132

2,038
1,162
1,855
749
770
895
898
352

1,115
422
862
196
499
173
672
127

314
346
6,628
418
364
7,639
2,746
476

212
173
1,046
17
158
695
981
28

1,446
1,636
5,607
2,100
2,519
909
279
5

417
295
330
212
245
103
36
37

7,156
3,797
5,039
5,034
3,388
3,520
1,634
734

4,405
2,033
2,864
3,335
2,054
2,845
574
234

91,954
48,596
95,937
72,522
57,886
59,186
23,709
10,097

143,347
84,729
161,896
96,237
83,981
88,847
51,344
22,889

273, 383

121,393

42,320

74,102

122,324

8,719

4,066

18,931

3,310

14,401

1,676

30,302

18,344

459,887

733,270

2,094
1,381
905
8,049
1,964
803
4,069
432
10,785

967
482
544
408
990
330
716
75
327

2,337
1,439
597
547
1,268
522
1,862
69
593

3,681
2,351
1,437
1,466
1,681
1,290
3,196
284
1,726

286
226
393
625
219
134
319
91
632

49
100
74
300
159
48
864
129
115

2,0fll
1,838
1,132
2,378
1,792
528
1,653
97
6,843

120
128
210
321
342
119
47
6
297

54
159
131
223
50
5
283
5
136

72
35
45
20
9

1,608
597
624
624
673
306
485
34
668

664
382
246
117
382
56
91
17
272

13,993
9,118
6,338
15,077
9,519
4,141
13,580
1,244
22,398

26,460
21,385
17,189
32,617
19,764
10,177
24,111
6,844
54,642

117,731

30,472

4,838

9,234

17, 111

2,925

1,828

18,322

1,590

1,045

197

5,619

2,227

95,408

213,139

15,377
9,237
31,247
7,973

7,176
5,330
33,029
1,910

2,174
339
1,588
65

2,783
868
7,039
453

6,331
1,414
11,375
461

372
285
1,128
162

83
86
1,036
206

1,616
2,854
986
1,579

68
95
64
83

461
43
383
33

30
13
29
93

2,588
885
1,187
152

1,362
258
796
99

25,042
12,470
C9,240
5,296

40,419
21,707
90,487
13,269

12,467
12,217
10,861
17,540
10,245
0,036
10, 531
5,600
32, 244 •

6
5
5

Utah
Nevada
Arizona

Total Pacific States
Alaska (nonmember banks) . . .
The Territory of Hawaii (nonmember
banks)
Total (nonmember banks)..

1,184
2,587
3,005

184
1,002
658

60
165
62

188
113
62

160
444
356

35
72

8
149
117

26
10
795

13
20
21

153

70,610

49,288

4,433

12,086

20,541

2,115

1,686

7,865

364

1,078

987

59

59

89

161

5

2,134

1,004

i.

11

494

25
97
10

21
5
13

690
2,071
2,309

1,874
4,658
5,314

165

4,944

2,554

107,118

177,728

1

47

0

1,419

1,640

42

432

3,674

3,121

1.063

69

89

655

5

1

47

1,972

5,093

Total country banks..

1,125,104

371,170

40f>, 096

-121, 327

516,158

39, 695

24,491

67, 023

8,707

58,957

6,415

147,718

94,822 2,152, 579

3,277,6*3

Total United States, Alaska,
and the Territory of Hawaii

2,469,268

647,801

631,387

545,036

772,789

78, 733

90,698

69,868

9,555

154, 797

10,473

215, 398

146,548 3,372,985

5,843,253




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38

BKPOBT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CTJBBENCY

SAVINGS DEPOSITORS AND DEPOSITS IN NATIONAL BANKS
On June 30, 1926, 6,428 national banks reported savings deposits
amounting to $4,962,864,000, an increase in savings of $403,965,000
since June 30, 1925. Of the total number of banks reporting savings
4,544 maintained separate savings departments, and in all reporting
national banks the number of savings depositors increased from
11,867,948 to 12,573,001. The average rate of interest paid on savings deposits was 3.63 per cent.
The number of banks in reserve cities and States reporting savings,
the number maintaining separate savings departments, the number of
depositors and amount of savings deposits, together with the rate of
interest paid, is shown in-the following table:
Savings depositors and deposits in national banks June SO, 1926

Number
of banks
reporting
savings
deposits

Number
of banks
Amount of Average
mainNumber
savings
taining of savings deposits
rate of
separate depositors
interest
(000
savings
paid
omitted)
departments

CENTRAt RESERVE CITIES

New YorkChicago

518,214
58, 745

Total central reserve cities-.

26

24

181,062
12,009

3.29
3.00

576,959

193,071

3.15

228, §16
10,967
21, 294
40,960
150, 879
97,926
39, 323
79, 252
61,474
110,081
47, 477
27,0?6
20, 909
1,4, 718
27,043
18, 482
60,457
5, 762
8,136
2,669
47,835
12, 370
35, 756
42, 556
66, 748
32,473
4,900
8,634
218,449
23, 825
15,518
36,433
106, 309
127, 350
53,578
12, 477
10, 654
14,802
16,627
27, 714

120, 955
12,984
6,758
10, 230
65, 783
62,932
19,263
32, 315
16, 281
24, 874
26, 295
14, 615
13,042
5, 726
9,824
11, 373
27,667
4,690
4,909
1,073
9,475
3,548
14, 887
22,911
29,814
7,949
2,998
4,869
47,312
6,041
31, 614
13,160
30, 705
36, 608
23, 391
5,296
3,307
4,868
4,924
4,037
5,066
43, 587
3,900
7, 7M

3.92
3.50
3.67
4.00
3.75
3.86
3.90
3.22
3.00
3.33
3.50
4.00
4.00
3.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
3.22
3.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
3.00
3.50
3.75
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
2.97
3.50
4.33
3.50
3.50
3.50
3.50
3.00
3.00
3.05
4.00
3.17
3.00

OTHEE RESERVE CITIES
Boston.
Albany
Brooklyn and Bronx.
Buffalo
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Baltimore..
Washington
Richmond
Atlanta
Jacksonville
Birmingham
Dallas
El Paso
Fort Worth
Qalveston
Houston
San Antonio
Waco
r.
Little Rock
Louisville
Memphis....
Nashville
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Toledo..
Indianapolis.
Chicago
Peoria
Detroit
Grand Rapids
Milwaukee
M inneapolis
St. P a u l .
Cedar Rapids _ _
Des Moines
Dubuque
'.
Sioux C i t y . . . .
Kansas City, Mo
St. Joseph.
St. Louis
Lincoln
Omaha
Kansas City, K a n s . . .




173, 393
21,911
69, 319
2,744

REPOET OP THE COMPTBOLKER OP THE CUBBENCY

39

Savings depositors and deposits in national banks Jitne SO, 1986—Continued
Number
Number of banks
Amount of
of banks mainsavings
Average
Number
reporting taining of savings
deposits
rate of
savings separate depositors
(000
interest
deposits savings
paid
omitted)

mints
OTHER BESEBVE CITIES—continued

12
2
2
2
3

3
4
1
6
1
3
6
6
8
4
5
5
1
2
1
2

3,284
13,352
2,415
95,722
4,982
3,533
23,194
24,805
89,241
34, 653
113,831
68,468
5,199
24,021
2,551
19,117

4,273
1,355
43,664
3,991
1,255
6,929
14,064
29,243
14,241
50,277
86,655
3,616
18,170
1,380
4,365

Total other reserve cities

333

289

2,793,078

1,144,140

3.60

Total all reserve cities

369

313

3,370,037

1,337,211

3.38

51
22
39
115
5
51

46
17
29
106
5
36

78,780
15, 253
29,840
178,906
10,553
73,485

3.98
3.50
4.00
4.06
4.40
4.00

283

239

184,367
48,465
63,429
442,994
13, 646
101,969
914,870

380,817

3.99

471
282
812
16
72

401
249
564
13
61

1,653

1,288

1,053,723
853,250
1, 684,617
12,024
111, 164
3, 714, 778

525, 324
369,178
736,567
7,572
61,907
1, 700,548

3.94
4.00
3.49
3.83
3.04
3.66

161
116
74
67
61
59
81
24
24
154
49
90
83

131
93
52
55
41
48
56
16
17
86
35
69
54

267,596
177,478
141,995
89,640
66,550
104, 260
81, 866
41,616
33,798
69,427
38, 523
87, 607
119,099

107,691
58,350
45, 721
48, 859
21,502
50,122
35,718
22,246
13,477
28,303
16,964
36,487
42,284

4.00
3.70
4.00
4.33
4.16
4.00
4.00
4.00
3.85
4.00
4.00
4.10
3.75

1,043

753

1, 319,455

527, 724

3.99

_

287
204
401
122
149
273
217

75

207
152
237
88
93
151
147
45

471, 736
261, 573
501, 348
362,609
349, 531
253, 111
166,115
61.508

139,082
80, 797
150,911
133, 338
100,152
64, 933
49, 726
12,882

4.00
3.63
3.42
3.50
3.34
3.83
4.14
3.45

Total Middle Western States

1,728

1,120

2,427, 531

731,821

3.66

Topeka
J
Wichita..
Helena
Denver
Pueblo
Muskogce
Oklahoma City
Tulsa
.
Seattle
Spokane
..Portland.Los Angeles.
Oakland.
San Francisco--.
Ogden
Salt Lake City

3
4
1
6
2

3
7

..
_

6
8
4

a

_

332

3.00
4.00
4.00
3.50
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
3.00
4.00
3.33
3.71
4.00
3.88
4.00
4.00

COUNTRT BANKS

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
_._
_
Massachusetts
_
_
Khoda Island
Connecticut

_

Total New England States
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
Total Eastern States
Virginia
West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi..
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee

_
a

.-

Total Southern States
Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan
Wisconsin,.
Minnesota
Iowa
Missouri

_
_

18005°—27-




40

BEPOKT OV THE COMPXKOLLEH OF THE CURRENCY

Savings depositors and deposits in national banks June SO, 1926—Continued
Number
Number of banks
mainof banks taining
reporting separate
savings
deposits savings
departments

Number
of savings
depositors

Amount of
sa rings
deposits
(000
omitted)

Average
rate of
interest
paid

COUNTRY BAMKS—continued

-

Colorado

.

.

Total Western States

Utah

-

-- --

-

Total Pacific States
The Territory of Hawaii (nonmember banks)
Total (nonrnember banks)

74
69
72
106
40
16
78
13
105

81,985
38,080
46,002
69,360
34, 534
21,525
61,211
9,528
44.807

15,592
10,128
7,601
10,938
16,643
7,506
21,477
2,601
8,869

4.40
4.20
4,04
3.70
4.30
4.02
4.03
4.09
4.00

503

377,032

101, 356

4.09

96
7-5
214
34
14
14

- ...

Kansas

121
97
108
180
39
28
112
18
180
883

North Dakota
South Dakota

55
49
111
26
8
8
10

112,381
61, 287
204,353
33,214
13,839
7,118
13,940

38, 530
19,272
93,127
9,985
3,527
6,315
5,266

3.89
3,75
3.75
4.00
4.00
4.00
3.90

47.5

265

446,132

176,022

3.90

3
1

2
1

1,565
1,601

1,007
359

3.63
4.00

4

3

3,186

1,366

3.82

6, 089

4,231

9,202, 964

3, 625, 653

3.87

6,428

4,844

12, 573, 001

4,962, 864

3.03

Total United States, A3aska, and the

PER CAPITA INDIVIDUAL AND SAVINGS DEPOSITS IN ALL
REPORTING BANKS
The total individual deposits in all reporting banks in the continental United States, Alaska, and the insular possessions were
$48,882,296,000, June 30, 1926, of which amount $21,042,303,000
were savings deposits or deposits in the interest or savings departments of the banks.
The per capita individual deposits, based upon an approximate
population of 128,191,000, were $381.32, and the per capita savings
deposits were $164.15.
Statement showing the population, amount of individual deposits,
per capita individual deposits, amount of savings deposits, and per
capita savings deposits reported by all banks in each State, the District of Columbia, Alaska, and the insular possessions follows:




REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

41

Per capita individual and savings deposits in all reporting banks, June 30, 1936
Population
(approximate)

States and Territories

Maine
New Hampshire..
Vermont,Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut

781,000
454,000
355,000
4,210,000
665,000
1, 565, 000

Total New England States

|

New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia.
Total Eastern States
Virginia
West Virginia -North Carolina..
South Carolina.
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texa
Arkansas..
KeatuekyTennessee.
Total Southern States
Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Iowa

8,030,000

Per
capita individual
deposits

$382, 395, 000
242,520, 000
210, 807, 000
3,441,945,000
458, 282,000
1,024,393,000
5, 760, 342,000

717. 35

11,655,000
3,770,000
9,325,000
235,000
1,605,000
495, 000

12, 544, 972, 000 1,076. 36
1,966, 513,000
521. 62
4,502,334,000
482.82
105,239,000
447. as
690,289, 000
430. 09
225,871, 000
456. 31

27,085, 000

20, 035, 218,000

739. 72

3, 893,137, 000 |
6,829,359,000
1,105,220,000
2,120, 687,000
62, 082, 000
394, 762,000
75, 272, 000
9,577,932,000

484.82
500.16
293.16
227.42
224.18
245. 96
152.06
353. 63
66.36
f>5.49
30.98
42.28
32.37
33.92
38.21
25.30
52.73
25.33
21. 77
34.82
54.07
38.68

431,611,000
329, 644, 0C0
352, 767, 000
180, 928, 000
320,153. COO
555,493, 000
252,637, 000
213,102, 000
365,656, 000
864, 790, 000
204,392, 000
401, 076, 000
381,346,000
4,856, 595, 000

17!. 74
163, 901, 000
208.67
104,461, 000
124. 21
87,984,000
99.68
76,732, 000
KM. 45
99,209, 000
444. 39
42,402,000
102.37
94,298,000
118. 92
45,334, 000
192.96
99, 952, 000
168.74
130,061,000
109. 65
40, 587, 000
1
161. 63
87,039,000
157. 26
131, 111, 000
156.14 1,203,071,000

2,402, 088,000
824,250,000
3,313,305,000
1,711,757,000
860,215, 000
905,435, 000
852,178, 000
1,168, 047, 000

377. 69
265.46
469. 31
407.08
296.63
347.18
338.17
338. 93

12,037,875,000

373. 78

4, 049,488, 000

125. 74

157,442,000
158,107, 000
427, 057, 000
406,404,000
133,488, 000
53, 748, 000
270, 762, 000
30, 786,000
402, C0(l, 000

230. 04
231.96
315.14
220. 87
202.25
238. 88
262. 88
80.17
176^20

14,048,000
12,923, 000
36,681,000
24,903,000
26,1.08, 000
10,463,000
83,455,000
3,139. 000
48.426i 000

21.00
18.95
27.01
13.53
39.56
4». 50
81.02
8.17
21.19

9,131, 000

2, 041,390, 000

223.57

260,146, 000

~287l9

1,5)0,000
851,000
4,111,000
501, 000
78,000
420,000

403,061, 000
2fi6, 795, 000
2, 986, 259, 000
80, 030, 000
117, 010. 000
36,110,000
65, 329. 000

267. 33
313. 51
726. 41
161.36
233. 55
462. 95
155.55

160,035, 000
90,918,000
1,650,178, 000
13,671,000
53,269. 000
17, 600, 000
20, 608, 000

105. 98
106.84
401. 48
27.56
106.33
225.04
49.07

7,967,000

3, 955,194, 000

496. 45

2, 006, 570,000

251. 88

91,000
285, 000
1,357,000
10, 935, 000

10,592, 000
71,114,000
40,4)4,000
73, 562,000

116.40
249. 52
29.78
6.73

3, 873, 000
22, 574, 000
13, 747, 000
11,706,000

42. 50
79.21
10.13
1.07

12,668,000

195, 682,000

15.45

51, 900,000

4.10

128,191, 000

48, 882, 296, 000

381.32

21, 042, 303, 000

164.15

2,470,000
1,595, 000
2, 840, 000
1, 815, 000
3, 065, 000
1,250, 000
2,468, 000
1, 792, 000
1, 895, 000
6,125,000
1, 864, 000
2,500, 000
2, 425,000

31,104,000

Missouri...... I.II-I.II.III.IIIIIIII.

Total Middle Western States..
North Dakota.
South Dakota .
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana'
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Total Western States
j
WashingtonOregon.
California
IdalioJ
Utah
Nevada
Arizona
Total Pacific States

Individual
deposits

32, 20«, 000

667, 000
682, 000
1, 358,000
1, 840, 000
660,000
225, 000
1, 030. 000
384, 000
2, 285, 000

483,

__

Alaska (nonmember banks).
The Territory of Hawaii
Porto Rico
Philippines
Total Alaska and insular possessions
_
Total United States, Alaska,
and insular possessions

COO

165.21
76.99
157.44
193. 90
93.81
97.70
94.13
19.73

' Estimated.
NOTE.—Individual deposits include postal savings and all other demand and time deposits. Savings
deposits include only deposits in the interest or savings departments of banks and do not include postal
savings.




42

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CTTBRENCY

EARNINGS, EXPENSES, AND DIVIDENDS OF NATIONAL BANKS
During the year ended June 30, 1926, the gross earnings of 7,978
national banks were $1,192,218,000, as compared with $1,124,097,000
shown by 8,070 banks during the year ended June 30, 1925, an increase of $68,121,000. Interest and discount collected during the
year amounted to $70,534,000 more than during the prior year;
domestic exchange and collection charges showed an increase of
$690,000; foreign exchange department profits an increase of
$2,080,000, and trust department profits an increase of $2,304,000,
while other miscellaneous earnings showed a decrease in the sum of
$7,415,000.
The amount of net earnings after the payment of expenses, with
the addition of $44,005,000 recovered on charged-off assets, was
$394,557,000, an increase in the year of $29,488,000. Losses charged
against net earnings during the year aggregated $145,390,000, and
were $4,256,000 more than in the prior year.
The losses on account of loans and discounts were $93,605,000,
a reduction of $1,947,000 in the year; on bonds, securities, etc.,
$23,783,000, a reduction of $1,518,000; on trust department operations $393,000, a reduction of $229,000; on foreign-exchange operations $6,868,000, an increase of $5,085,000, and other losses, $20,741,000, were increased by $2,865,000.
The net addition to profits after the losses were charged off totaled
$249,167,000, which was an increase of $25,232,000 during the year.
Dividends in the sum of $173,753,000 were declared in the year
and exceeded by $8,720,000 the total dividends declared in the year
ended June 30, 1925.
A comparative statement of the earnings, expenses, and dividends
of national banks for fiscal years ended June 30, 1925 and 1926, and
statements showing the capital, surplus, and the earnings, expenses,
etc., of these associations in reserve cities and States and Federal
reserve districts June 30, 1926, follows. (Similar tables for the sixmonth periods ended December 31, 1925, and June 30, 1926, are
published in the appendix of this report):




EEPOBT OP THE COMPTROLLER OP THE CURRENCY

43

Earnings, expenses, and dividends of national banks for the fiscal years ended
June SO, 1925 and 19S6
[In thousands of dollars]
June 30,
1925 (8,070
banks)
Capital stock
Total surplus fund
Dividends declared

1,046,992
17,518
14,653

1,158
5,961
111,129

1,086
8,255
103,714
1,192,218

218,073
13,707
373,991
65,798
127,145

229,864
19,361
387,948

841,666
350,552
44,005

365,069

Net earnings during the year

976,458
16,828
12,573

325,383

Total

1,412,872
1,198,899
173,753

798,714

Total
Expenses paid:
Salaries and wages
Interest and discount on borrowed money
Interest on deposits
Taxes
Other expenses

1,118; 953
165,033

1,124,097

_

Gross earnings:
Interest and discount
Domestic exchange and collection charges
Profits of foreign exchange department
Commissions and earnings from insurance premiums and the negotiation
of real estate loans
_
Trust department profits
Other earnings

394,557

95,552
25,301
622
17,876
1,783

93,606

Recoveries on charged-off assets
Total
Losses charged off:
On loans and discounts
On bonds, securities, etc
On trust department operations
Other losses
On foreign exchange
Total
Net addition to profits during the year




June 30,
1926 (7,978
banks)

_

135,925

23,783
393

20,741

141,134

145,390

223,935

249,167

Abstract of reports of earnings, expenses, and dividends of national banks for the year ended June SO, 19&6
[In thousands of dollars]
Gross earnings

Expenses
W

Surplus

Location

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Boston
Rhode Island
Connecticut
Total New England
States
>
New York
Albany
_
Brooklyn and Bronx,Buflalo . ._
New York City
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Delaware
Maryland
Baltimore
Washington, D . C

plus

change
and and col- eign ex- premiums department
change
dis- lection depart- and the profits
count charges ment negotiation of
real estate loans

20,252

5,848
4,753
3,053
25, 573
37,055
4,915
18>652

13,268 6,861
10,088 3,456
8,163 3,214
54,216 24,529
82,705 29,488
9,815 3,131
38, 904 12,297

50
37
22
166
162
18
95

2
7
23
758
9
22

389

117,280

99,879

217,159 82,976

650

821

503
3
9
2
25

55,586
3,350
3,775
950
195,800
44,431
87, 694
32,416
29,560
1,769
5,239
13,100
10,277

58
55
46
143
11
13
63

7,420
5,335
5,110
28,643
45,660

283

826
31
H
19
74
10
13

4,870

Total Eastern States 1,812 j 483,927
Virginia
Richmond

Commissions and
Capital
Domes- Profits earnings
from
and sur- Inter- tic ex- ol for- insurance Trust
est

168
4




23,858
6,300

4,150
3,120
650
271,900
42,694
130,480
69, 554
32,8S0
2,280

6,921
10,400

6,788

104, 553
7,500
6,895
1,500
467,700
87,12B
218,174
101, 970
62,400
4,039
12,160
23,500
17,005

53,284
3,856
2,835
887

148,772
41,663
31,404
21,208
1,174
5,678
7,498
6,184

630,654 1,114,581 *03,339
17,830
5,080

4U58? 14,4'/9
11,3S0

3,896

18

4,819

27

10,569

Other
earnings

Total
gross
earnings

Interest and
disInternes
count est on
and on bor- deposits Taxes
wages rowed
money

229
60
5
3,107
280
408

145
S
3
5
0
79

4,341

w
Other Total
exexpenses penses
paid

H
O
*t
H
SJ
O

54 3,568
897
137
80 1,264
531 10,606
570 13,607
24 1,295
127 4,563

331
202
278
1,115
1,201
171
889

613
310
3,059
3,390
358
1,512

5,713
2,714
2,548
20,004
24,730
2,358
9,810

9,941

67,877

281
2,580
3,961
417

3,536
27,400
34,855
3,575
14,162

1,061
865
616
4,693
5,962
510
2,719

10,148

15
6
12
97
486

409 I
12
14
1
3,468 8,837
166
66
385
102
144 1,326
65
177
7
20
76
58

170
47 I

K
1}
O

95,325

16,426

1.S23

35,800

4,187

5,381
489
533
129
20,009

10,021
615
668
177
31,121
8,082
14,378
5,813

618
37
38
22
3,086
751
1,290
603
378
25
123
345
105

23,217
1,698
955
415
53,340
17,341
29,953
11,618
10,119
395
2,505
2,663
1,790

2,880
208

3,911
8,244
106
352
907
944

59,340
4,419
3,395
1,017
184,193
46,566
87,091
36,930
24,700
1,290
6,057
8,500
7,279

47, 682

470, 777

78,983

7,421 |156,009

607
564

15,351
4,614

2,923
853

628
5,054
167 I 1.120

7,858
438

4,378
7,299

3,860
242

979
1,422
1,605

117
57
9,152
1,892
4,380

1,553
1,187
80
324
539
610

22,979 | 48,918

42,335
2,980
2,341
832
117,835
33,049
57, 580
23,508
18,037
840
4,400
5,755
4,812

814,310

881 I 1,529 I 11,015
233 I
£17 I
3,190

o
d
H

w
o
w
o
H

a
Q
cj

w

a
*4
a

West Virginia
North Carolina,..
South Carolina...
Georgia.
Atlanta
Florida
Jacksonville. _
Alabama
Birmingham..
Mississippi
Louisiana
New Orleans.
Texas
Dallas
El Paso.
Fort Worth...
Galveston
Houston
San Antonio..
Waco
Arkansas
Little Eoefc...
Kentucky
_
Louisville
Tennessee—
Memphis
Nashville

Total Southern
States
Ohio
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Toledo
Indiana
Indianapolis
Illinois
Chicago, Cent. Kes...
Chicago, other R e s . .
Peoria
Michigan
Detroit
Grand Rapids
Wisconsin
Milwaukee
Minnesota..
Minneapolis
St. Paul

I

124
80
70

79
3
60
3
99
3
37
31
1
618
8
3
6
4

10
8
5
82
2

136
4
69
2
5
1,753
333
7
3
7
1
236
4
459
11
23
4
124
4
2
150
8
288
6
4




11,814
9,197
5,173
6,192
4,560
7,526
2,250
7,298
3,100
3,491
3,040
2,000
25,206
3,690
450
2,600
660
3,800
1, 715
565
3,012
260
9,564
4,560
6,454
1,100
2,950

25,325 9,015
%i, 592 9,152
16,083 C.250
15.242 4,926
10,500 4,228
18, 726 11,426
6,250 5,069
13, 618 6,866
5,050 2,194
8,901 4,780
9,315 4,190
4,800 1,823
72,752 26,502
17,090 6,805
1,950 1,191
7,050 3,349
2,560 1,286
12,350 5,574
6,465 2,334
2,515
980
10,012 4,864
860
424
23,686 8,186
9,050 4,937
19,228 7,989
2,200
8-18
6,850 3,074

65
360
309
180
144
344
433
258
1
236
89
76
908
261
42
80
122
135
44
56
187
9
38
8
158
74
177

254,470 | 155,117

409, 587 167,276

5,011

18,511
14,395
10,510
9,050
5,950
11,200
4,000
11,220
1,950
6,410
6,275
2,800
47,546
13,400
1,500
4,450
1.900
8; 550
4,750
1,950
7,000
600
14,121
4,500
12, 774
1,100
3,900

39, 516
13,100
4,800
5,500
500
26,115
6,650
37,208
52,850
5,225
2. 476
15; 233
13,500
1,800
17, 70.5
9,600
19, 514
11,400
5,650

28,252
7,150
3,050
5, 760
1,000
13,539
2,725
24,684
41,430
1,985
3,175
9,929
9,500
1,000
8,778
6,100
9,613
7,660
3,650

67, 767
20,250
7,850
11,250
1,500
38,654
9,375
61,892
94,280
7,210
5,660
25,162
23,000
2,800
26,483
15,700
29,127
19,060
9,300

26,188
6,810
4, 940
4,111
655
15,432
3,348
26,435
34,190
4,008
1,450
13,314
8,734
1,551
13,021
6,478
14,204
8,375
4,822

90
9
22
7
188
39
295
1,055
44
48
156
30
29
162
70
355
599
172

13

626
£49
746
291
735
1,449
372
439
216
349
429
615
1,458
489
85
109
64
750
763
86
395
42
527
185
489
158
123

762

13,710

103
76
126
69
14
88
25
105
131
4
6
236

1,893
890
774
730
13
1,364
326
1,867
2,216
537
139
1,203
1,531
399
1,053
462
915
3fll
354

22
17
28
2
52
140
11
33
38

22 I
a1

10

207

35

16
9
15
1,827
11
47
46
6
7
16
5
123
36

25

I14"

10,347
10,078
7,338
5,401
5,159
13,364
5,885
7,610
2,449
5,397
4,713
2,597
28,909
7,692
1,325
3,545
1,479
6,487
3,157
1,122
5,463
475
8,808
6,137
8,632
1,080
3,387

2,041 I
2,173
1,359
1,228 !
1,042
2,508
855
1,583
410
1,130
1,061
476
7,552
1,573
359
753
205
1,405
636
234
1,197
139
1,901
981
1,809
204
592

187,001 39,182
28,399
7,909
5,903
4,936
689
17,123
3,747
28,766
39,419
4,604
1,643
14,961
10,341
1,985
14,288
7,027
15, 836
9,469
5,384

5,568
1,456
1,052
1,012
113
3,616
827
6,579
7,124
1,191
312
2,729
1,679
332
2,893
1,435
3,307
2,183
1,063 I
Ot

Abstract of reports of earnings, expenses, and dividends of national banks for the year ended June 30, 1926—Continued

OS

[In thousands of dollars]
Expenses

Gross earnings

Total
gross
Barnings

14,463
1,185
1,921
525
1,414
4,977
6,716
1,202

152

829
78
57
27
91
140
573
87
640

1,381

Number of
banks

Iowa.Cedar Rapids.Des Moines.
Dubuque
Sioux City
Missouri
Kansas City
St. Joseph
St. Louis
Total Middle Western States

,

Capital

Surplus

303
2
3
2
5
111
10
4
11

Location

North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
,
Lincoln
Omaha
Kansas
Kansas City
Topeka
Wichita
Montana
Eelena
Wyoming
Colorado
Denver
Pueblo
New Mexico

Commissions and
Domes- Profits earnings
Capital
from
and sur- Inter- tic exTrust Other
est
change
plus
and and col- eign ex- premiums depart- earnchange and the ment
dis- lection
ings
count chargesj depart- negotia- profits
ment
tion of
real estate loans

19,185
1,000
2,700
700
2,050
7,967
6,800
1,100
28,150

9,315
750
1,200
300
706

28,500
1,750
3,900
1,000
2,755

3,783

3,075
950
10,260

11,750
9,875
2,050
38,410

2,125

356,992

219,308

157
108
153
5

6,355
4,970
8,245
1,725
5,150
13,608
800
1,400
2,400
4,945
450
2,700
6,480
4,800
600
2,085

2,869
2,293
4,343
847
2,550
6,789
320
425
1,270
2,132
325
1,722
3,673
4,287
1,150
933

246
2
5
4
74
2
32
119
31




13,279
1,096
1,851
494
1,284
4,780
5,939
1,095
13,621

145

1
4
14

576,300 241,505

4,164

5,290
4,080
5,648
1,178
4,763
8,850
498
834
1,349

216
115
74
7
105
93
1
10
44
86
6
30
66
62
4
37

9,224
7,263
12,588
2,572
7,700
20,397
1,120
1,825
3,670
7,077
775
4,422
10,153
9,087
1,750
3,018

370
2,242
5,451
6,330
738
1,418

35

2,387

589

1

129

106

23

32

11
188

InterSala- est and Interdisries
count est on
and on bor- deposits, Taxes
wages rowed
money

2
147

5.S79
584
638
248
531
1,422
2,062
446
5,152

836
52
110
31
54
274
358
.53
1,263

1,619
149
227
41
241
652
977
173
1,438

11,913
993
1,399
411
1,213
3,632
5,036
989
10,829

54,663

3,296

91,472

18,643

31,939

200,013

1,407
1,115
1,477
296
1,147
2,431
118
243
333
927
91
605
1,531
1,382
121
418

71
105
103
34
113
133
25
3
4
30

2,580
1,814
2,132
421
1,527
2,629
153
297
534
1,382
121
776
1,625

277
172
340
70
151
926
47
74
160
220
27
132
484
381
94
120

837
612
725
159
735
1,286

5,172
3,818
4,777

361
10
12

14,743

3.218
198
412
91
368
1,198
1,573
315
2,829

19,549

269,575

372
288
281
108
451
583
43
57

6,004
4,571
6,046
' 1,293
5,323
9,583
542
965
1,740
3,980
391
2,444
5,959
7,283
861
1,645

15
166
413
697
119
186

Other Total
exexpenses penses
paid

10
123
19
19

2,802
343

358

79
141
330
504
36
371
753
777
62
277

980
3,673
7,405
422
758
1,361
3,063
275
1,894
4,516
5,361

620
1,192

Seattle
California
Idaho
Utah
Salt Lake City
Total Pacific States.

354
3
7
6

16,030
900
4,350
4,950

4,250
205
1,080
1,410

20,280
1,105
5,430
6,360

12,368
588
3,095
3,983

419
33
79
29

2

17

12
5
44
2

787
42
381
519

13,605
668
3,599
4,533

3,657
139
786
1,019

253
9
25
18

3,229
194
1,238
1,562

940
38
208
192

2,207
101
569
664

10,286
481
2,826
3,455

1,323

92,943

42,873

135, 816

72,721

1,516

37

303

358

6,100

81,036

19,243

1,097

26, 717

5,063

11, 225

62,335

96
g
4
91
6
246
12
:
2
4
56
14
2
4
10
15

8,840
6,200
3,200
6,195
7,600
25, 505
16,650
1,700
20 600
3,710
800
750
2,100
1,385
1,325

3,661
3,412
650
3,179
2,558
10,901
7,852
1,630
12 200
1,632
340
150
990
650
525

12, 501
9,612
3,850
9,374
10,158
36,406
24, 502
3,230
32 700
5,342
1,140
900
3,090
2,035
1,850

6,965
5,702
1,950
4,563
5,337
17,203
14,020
1,430
13 712
2,903
547
395
1 576
886
1,435

156
319
67

8
70
4
1
90
34
205
1
202

17

23
86

1

12
36
111
61
30
208
2

635
562
220
288
688
1,762
631
118
1,008
202
39
44
103
87
173

7,804
6,739
2,246
4,950
6.260
19,451
14,977
1,582
15,220
3,169
591
443
1,703
994
1,685

1,932
1,817
482
1,338
1,562
5,356
3,406
416
2,682
814
131
101
374
192
588

76
21
24
76
82
330
86
58
425
48
10
1
8

2,135
1,728
730
1,200
1,955
5,137
5,334
410
6,051
879
189
135

38

292
345

470
452
131
396
347
1,012
744
73
946
207
48
39
82
69
106

1,057
985
327
646
898
2,861
1,751
180
1,266
453
70
57
203
137
310

5,670
5,003
1,694
3,656
4,844
14, 696
11,321
1,137
11,360
2,401
448
333
1,242
690
1,387

670

106,460

50,230

156,690

78, 624

1,405

6,460

87,814

21,191

1,283

27,095

5,122

11,191

65,882

4

Dklahoma _
Muskogee..
Oklahoma Oity.__
Tulsa_
Total W e s t e r n
States.._

200

128

328

175

26

32

233

58

47

10

29

144

104

21

52

295

31

81

439

68,568 135,925

841, 666

85
209
259
60
3
90
56
4
4
24
9
60

1

82

6

5
9

7

630

121

8
574

The Territory of Hawaii
(nonmember)

2

600

710

1,310

376

27

2

3

17

33

458

118

Total nonmember
banks

6

800

838

1,638

651

63

2

3

17

65

691

176

151

7,978 1,412,872 1,198,899 2,611,771 1,046,992 17, S18

14,653

1,086

8,255 103, 714 1,192,218 229, 864

19,361 387,948

Total United States




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Losses charged oft

Location

Ratios

Total net
Recov- earnings
Net
«araings eries on and reNet
On
On
On
since charged- coveries loans bonds, trust
Total addition
On
last
off
on
foreign losses to profits
secu- depart- Other
report assets charged- and rities, ment
ex- charged
dischange
oftoff assets counts etc. operations

Maine
New Hampshire..
Vermont
Massachusetts
Boston
Ehode Island
Connecticut

2,145
1,225
988
7,396
10,125
1,217
4,362

170
90
96
494
1,254
371
505

2,315
1,315
1,084
7,890
11,379
1,588
4,857

272
174
119
1,721
2,153
203
780

233
69
56
578
1,016
144
208

Total New England States.
New York
Albany...
Brooklyn and Bronx..
Buffalo
New York City
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia.
Pittsburgh
_..
Delaware
Maryland
Baltimore
Washington, D. 0

27,448

2,980

10,428

5,422

2,304

2,175

18,390 2,068
1,643
139
1,205
233
17
192
79,605 15, 866
14,355 1,378
33, 571 2,971
14, 491 3,636
7,871
612
477
30
1, 758
209
2,854
742
2,603
162

1,051
333
49
7
8,602
768
1, 566
660
1,208
16
131
77
39

983
18
34
10
2, 559
668
1,483
208
119
22
89
180
84

ti, 224
1
28
17
64
2

6,437

1,347

Total Eastern States..
Virginia
Richmond...
West Virginia-..
North Carolina..
South Carolina..
Georgia.




17,005 1,385
1,439
204
1,054
151
185
7
66,358 13,247
13, 517
838
29, 511 2,060
13,422 1,069
6,663 1,208
450
27
1,651
107
2,745
109
2,467
136
156,467 20,548
4,336
1,424
2.748
2i 619
1,870
1,491

269
84
107
121
170
117

177,015

28,063

14, 507

4,605
1,508
2,855
2,740
2,040
1,608

1,144
171
757
590
1,359
722

158
21
67
30
47
21

91
155
18
78

22

18

1,701
917

847
607

Net adDivi- Net ad' dition
Divi- dends dition
to
dends
to
profits
to
to
capital profits
to
capita] and 8 to ; capital
surplus capital and
surplus*
Per cent Per cent Per cent Per cent
11.42
6.38 22.92
12.82
11.38
6.02 17.19
9.09
10.27
6.43
16.61
10.40
10.55
5.58
17.31
9.14
13.02
7.18
16.32
9.01
20.29
10.07 22.18
11.00
10.04
5.23 16.87
8.78

1,440
58

849

2,932
3,928
SOS

752
159
359

224
14
119
124
246
144

614
398
235

Dividends

4,958
7,451
1,080
3,417

525
3,023
5,942
988
2,033

10,065

20,373

13,965

11.91

6.43

17.37

9.38

4,113
490
325
34
33,251
2,817
0,054
4,523
2,003
70
429
979

14,277
1,163
880
158
46,354
11, 538
26, 517
9,968
407
1,329
1,875
2,316

6,492
570
294
82
34, 301
5,734
12, 496
5,671
4,143
218
679
2,714
1,541

11.68
17.01
7.79
8.63
17.52
12.91
14.25
17.49
14.02
12.39
12.96
20.72
14.99

6.21
7.60
4.26
5.47
7.33
6.58
5.73
5.56
6.64
5.40
5.58
11.55
9.03

25.68
34.42
23.31
16.63
23.67
25.97
29.10
30.75
19. 86
23.14
25.37
14.31
22.53

13.66
15. 37
12.76
10. 63
9.91
13.24
11.70
9.78
9.40
10. OS
10.93
7.98
13.57

55, 376

121,639

74, 935

15.48

6.72

26.14

10.91

1,526
206
947
745
1,652
887

3,079
1,302
1,908
1,996
388
721

2,998
2,001
1,764
1,336
746
761

12.57
31.76
13.06
9.28
7.10
8.30

7.19
17.68
6.97
5.66
4.76
4.93

12.91
20.67
14.12
13.86
3.69
7.97

7.39
11.44
7.5£
S.U

2.47
4.72

Atlanta
Florida
Jacksonville
Alabama
Birmingham
Mississippi.
Louisiana
New Orleans
Texas
Dallas.. .
El Paso
Fort Worth.. .
Galveston
.
San Antonio..
Waco . . . .
Little Rock..
Kentucky
. .
Louisville
Tennessee
Nashville Total Southern States
Ohio
Cincinnati
Cleveland _ _
Columbus
Toledo _ Indiana..
Indianapolis
Illinois _.
Chicago, Cent. Res
Chicago, other Res
Michigan .
Detroit
. . .
Grand Rapids
Wisconsin .
Milwaukee..
St. Paul—
Cedar Rapids
Des Moines_
Sioux City




1,371
5,456
1,632
2,843

1,303
5,230
1 511
% 689
900
1 449
1,240
951
9.6S7
2,761
33'
1,020
283
1, 763
1,224
336
1,415
83
2,514
1,600
2,360
332
849

154
106
120
183
39
1,656
12'
116
158
16
319
125
8
86
1
207
95
138
61
40

1,569
1,403
990
11,223
2,882
448
1,184
304
2,082
1,349
344
1,501
64
2,72)
1,695
2,498
393
889

130
342
120
800
248
478
439
176
4,767
216
202
314
24
819
726
84
672
7
663
587
728
117
143

56,191

5,012

61, 203

7,687
2,233
1.054
1,377
170
4,588
1,236
8,134
11,136
930
598
3,832
2,377
566
3,811
2,083
3,206
2,144
1,670
2 550
192
522
114
201

464
325
89
117
77
332
416
591
2,007
155
8
299
116
43
283
80
380
556
265
417
11
137
6
45

8,151
2,558
1,143
1,494
247
4,920
1,651
8.725
13,143
1,085
606
4,131
2,493
609
4,094
2,163
3, 58C
2,700
1,935
2.»67
203
659
120
246

68
226

i,one

19
79
13
54
64
21
107
33
20
29
5
22
27
4
11

17

10
1
46
4

6

131
295
81
122
5
108
77
221
867
125
18
85
22
81
92
40
81
2
127
57
178
20
74

1
10

2

1

842
677
938
138
239

1,091
4,722
1,418
1,857
753
909
881
526
6,478
2,508
210
776
251
1,154
505
218
736
55
1,879
1,018
1,560
255
650

564
1,492
1 164
1,173
320
574
674
392
4, 762
1,341
96
442
152
1,299
323
210
893
60
1,472
966
1,376
132
540

9.48
13.32
2i> 10
10.45
16.41
10.61
10.74
14.00
10.02
10.01
6 40
9.93
8.00
15.19
8.80
10. 77
12. 76
10.00
10.42
21.47
10.77
12 00
13.85

5.37
7.97
18.62
6.33
6.34
6.45
7.24
8.17
6.55
7.85
4.92
6.27
5.94
10.52
5.00
8.35
8.92
6.98
6.21
10.67
7.16
6 00
7.88

18.34
42.16
35.45
16. 55
38.62
16.80
14.04
18. 79
11.52
18.72
14.00
17.44
13.21
13.50
10.63
11.08
10.51
9.17
13.31
22.62
12.21
23.18
16.67

280
734
214
986
253
660
522
464
5,745
374
238
408
53
928
844
128
765

9

48
33
29
i
22

4

17,532

990

90

3,758

32

22,402

38,801

30, 013

11. 79

7.33

15.25

1,654
405
320
334
10
1.035
440
1,933
3,326
118
37
782
428
81
868
549
1.641
949
309
2,610
132
.566
27
166

689
98
112
94
2
219
279
361
154
48
21
219
124
35
258
24
156

1

005
80
24
54
8
402
10
734
139
121
36
286
55
180
250
15

26

2,975
583
469
482
20
1,674
729
3,070
3,619
292
94
1,287
607
297
1,473
588
2,024
1,022
487
3,154
138
598
32
189

5,176
1,975
684
1,012
227
3,246
922
5,655
9,524
793
512
2,844
1,886
312
2,621
1,575
1,562
1,678
1,448
1
187
65
61
88
57

4,279
1,064
476
1,080
60
2,819
580
4.031
5,990
393
670
1, 745
1,135
214
1,905
1,020
1,646
1,344
626
945
80
244
72
65

10.83
12.70
9.92
19.64
12 00
11.22
8.72
10.83
11.33
7.52
27.07
11.46
8.41
11.89
10.70
10.63
S.43
11.79
11. 08
4 93
8.00
9.04
10.29
3.17

6.31
8.22
6.06
9.60
4.00
7.29
6.19
6. 51
6.35
5.45
11.86
6.94
4.83
7.64
7.19
6.50
5.65
7.05
6.73
3.32
4.57
6.26
7.20
2.36

13.10
15.08
14.25
18.40
45.40
12.92
13.86
15.20
18.02
15.18
20.69
18.67
13.97
17.33
14.80
16.41
8.00
14.72
25.63
'.97
6.60
2.26
12.57
2.78

2
16
5

88

1

3
16
26

i

29
2

1

4

16
134
417
6
28

16

7

44
121

14

1

10.39
25.22
22.69
10.03
14.91
10.21
9.46
10.96

7.63
14.6S
10.77
11.01
9.80

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8.59
7.35
6.40
7.93
11.25
8.11
11.59

9.49
9.47
7.64
9.75
8.71
9.00

15.13
8.40
9.83
9.14
10.10
11.00
9.06
11.30
8.20
11.14
9.90
10.03
5.36
8.80
15.67
'.60
3.71
1.J6
8.80
2.07

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Ratios

Losses charged off
Total net
Recov- earnings
Net
earnings eries on and reOn
On
On
since eharged- coveries loans bonds, trust
On
Total
ofl
last
on
losses
depart- Other foreign
secu- ment
assets charged- and
report
excharged
losses
disoff assets counts rities, operachange
off
etc.
tions

Location

1,345
1,680
213
3,914

Total Middle Western States
North Dakota .
South Dakota..
Nebraska . Lincoln, .

-

Kansas
Kansas City
Topeka• Wichita
.

Oklahoma - .-

-

- --

Oklakoma City
Tulsa
Total Western States




93
226
73
647

69,562

Missouri
„
Kansas City
St. Joseph .
St. Louis

8,258

832
753
1,269
313
1,650
2,178
120
207
379
917
116
550
1,443
1,922
241
453
3,319
187
773
1,078

181
190
254
14
329
328
g
113
24
331
24
202
433
154
82
184
760
21
72
229

18,700

3,933

Net
addition
to profits

Dividends

Net adDivi- Net ad- dition
to
Divi- dends dition
profits
to
dends
to
to
to a capital profits
capital
to
capital
and
surplus2 capital' and 1
surplus
Per cent Percent Per cent Per cent
6.10
7.20
9.00
4.89
8.07
14.47
9.96
5.56
7.09
13.91
7.46
3.80
10.10
12.14
8.90
7.40

562
790
105
961

51
69
11
85

5
6

102
' 57
17
98

1

721
922
133
1,144

717
984
153
3,417

574
549
78
2,843

77,820 21,138

3,351

109

4,111

104

28,813

49,007

37,127

10.40

6.44

13.73

8.50

29
73
52
28
30
44
11
2
14
28

5
11
2

62
84
214
10
162
287
3
26
20
77
5
94
240
121
14
59
231
1
51
30

5
4
5
9

20

903
881
1,420
159
1,360
1,753
66
158
161
878
99
500
1,694
1,254
196
585
3,440
114
435
594

110
62
103
168
619
753
62
162
242
370
41
252
182
822
127
52
639
94
410
713

266
220
748
142
414
1,090
76
163
195
226
50
137
571
727
160
70
1,208
88
362
230

4.19
4.43
9.07
8.23
8.04
8.01
9.50
11.64
8.13
4.57
11.11
5.07
8.81
15.15
26.67
3.36
7.54
9.78
8.32
4.65

2.88
3.03
5.94
5.52
5.38
5.34
6.79
8.93
5.31
3.19
6.46
3.10
5.62
8.00
9.14
2.32
5.96
7.96
6.67
3.62

1.73
1.25
1.25
9.74
12.02
5.63
7.75
11.57
10.08
7.48
9.11
9.33
2.81
17.13
21.17
2.49
3.99
10.44
9.43
14.40

1.19
.85
.82
6.53
8. CM
3.69
6.54
8.88
6.59
5.23
5.29
6.70
1.79
9.05
7.26
1.72
3.15
8.51
7.55
11.21

251

16,650

5,983

7,143

7.69

5.26

6.44

4.41

1,438
1,906
286
4,561

1,013
943
1,523
327
1,979
2,506
128
320
403
1,248
140
752
1,876
2,076
323
637
4,079
208
845
1,307

802
709
1,147
112
1,168
1,415
52
130
126
770
94
368
1,345
698
20
469
2,919
105
211
463

38
106
434
162
57
86
3
173
81

22,633 13,123

1,451

4

3
1
8

34

1.791

3
1
3

196
5

Seattle

- --

Portland

-

Oakland

.

Idaho
Utah
Salt Lake City

-

445

269
189
142
212
628
700
586
23

2,403
1.925
694
1,506
2,044
5,465
4,242

654
301
643
646
440
2,090
1,042

468

22

3,860
768

.

204
149

4,064
917

1,159
665

143
110

- -

20
13

163
123

65
14

461
304

Arizona
Total Pacific States

29
18

490
322

56
47

144
27
8
58
408
167

16

269
138
16
215
128
471

186
6

17

187
43

28
30

i Deficit.

379

466

8,310

1,172

89
163

11

100
163

16
1

11

263

17

8

394,557

93,605 23,783

578

H99

87

13,139

10,462

9.82

6.67

12.34

8.39

27
11

73
152

51
67

25.60
11.17

15.55
5.11

36.50
25:33

22.26
11.60

13

3
5

252

1,198
980
115
614
728
2,223
1,766

12,056

38

225

118

14.75

7.20

28.13

13.74

145,390

249,167

173,753

12.30

6.65

17.63

9.64

75

88

437
149

1,624
853
86
223

50
34

6

25,195

350,552 44,005

Total United States

81

3,263

1,336
1,458
27
586
1,068
2,637
2,827

13.55
16.81
3.59
9.91
9.58
8.72
10.61
6.29
10.23
4.85
7.38
5.33
6.81
8.23
6.57

1

13
199

9

65
22

298

1,067
467
667
920
976
2,818
1,415

8
5

1

8
10

21,932

Tbe Territory of Hawaii (nonmember)
. Total nonmember banks




2,134
1,736
552
1,294
1,416
4,755
3,656

171
103

107
42

393

2,456

76

20,741

6,868
1

380

2,440
64
77
'100
319
219

107

2,098
180
59
40

143
114

Capital and surplus as of June 30,1926.

9.58 15.11
10.20 23.52
2.99
.84
6.55
9.46
7.17 14.05
6.11 10 34
7.21 16 98
3.31 22.35
6.42 11.90
3.37
1.73
5 18
9 63
4.44 •13 33
4.63 15.19
5.60 15.81
4.70 '15.02

10.32
10.76
110.76

10.69
15.17
.70
6.25
10.51
7 24
11 54
11 76
7.46
1 20
6 75

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to

[In thousands of dollars]
District District District District District District District District District
No. 1
No. 2
No. 3
No. 4
No. 5
No. 7
No. 8
No. 9
No. 6
(378
(742
(677
(747
(532
(1,029
(494
(724
(378
banks) banks) banks) banks) banks) banks) banks) banks) banks)
Capital
Surplus
Capital and surplus
Gross earnings:
Interest and discount
Domestic exchange and collection charges.
Profits of foreign exchange d e p a r t m e n t . . .
Commissions and earnings from insurance premiums and the negotiation of
real estate loans
Trust department profits
Other earnings
Total
Expenses paid:
Salaries and wages .
Interest and discount on boixoweti jnonev
Interest on deposits
Taxes.
Other expenses.
Total
Net earnings during year
Recoveries on charged-oft assets
Total
Losses charged off:
On loans and discounts
On bonds, securities, etc
On trust department operations
Other losses
....
Oa foreign exchange
Total




District District District
NonNo. 10
No. 11 No. 12 member
(979
(720
(568
banks (6
banks)
banks) banks) banks)

Grand
total
(7,978
banks)"

113,747
95,782
209,509

296,972
301,860
658,832

105,472
175,046
280,518

130,480
126,494
256,974

95,520
71,758
107,278

67,705
45,868
113,573

189,131
121,366
310,497

72,507
36,487
108,994

60,494
32,677
93,171

83,813
39,499
123,312

90,121
41,414
131,535

100,110
49,830
155,940

800
838
1,638

1,412,872
1,198,899
2,611,771

80,251
537
819

243,324
4,036
8,929

93,798
442
1,371

98,425
555
369

61,595
1,092
58

52,276
1,931
98

127,815
2,138
1,993

45,694
797
117

46,726
1,635
168

65,840
1,125
37

52,707
1,815
71

77,990
1,362
621

551
53
2

1,046,992
17,518
14,663

8
781
8,818

22
3,686
30,142

2
490
9,779

4
521
10,587

14
340
5,254

14
319
5,119

245
633
10,946

23
232
2,596

547
77
2,975

81
466
5,731

2
120
4,291

121
574
6,411

3
17
65

1,086
8,255
103, 714

92, 214

290,138

105,882

110,461

68,353

59, 757

143, 770

49,459

52,128

73,280

59,006

87,079

691

1,192,218

15,873
1,505
34,685
4,005
9,608

49,260
4,231
94,363
13, 852
32,010

17,114
1,963
33,912
5,158
9,950

19,689
1,653
40,196
6,906
11,286

13,175
2,507
21,546
4,433
7,140

11,659
1,100
17,263
3,773
7,357

29.003
1,828
47,666
9,815
17,799

10,147
843
15,789
3,036
5,460

11,411
453
19, 873
2,967
6,257

17,378
904
22,246
4,703
10,228

14,031
1,124
13,300
4,204
7,667

20,948
1,260
26,928
5,085
11,076

176
151
31
81

229,804
19,361
387,948
68,568
135, 925

65, 676

193, 722

68,117

79,730

48,801

41,152

106, 111

35,876

.40,961

65,459

40,326

66,297

439

»il,666

26,538
2.797

96,416
15, 787

37,765
2,803

30, 731
2,870

19,552
1,096

18, 605
1,130

37,669
4,564

13,584
1,357

11,167
2,059

17,821
3,409

18,680
2,788

21,782
3,234

252
11

350, 562
44,005

29,335

112,203

40,668

33,001

20, 648

19,735

42,223

14,941

13,226

21,230

21,468

25,016

263

394, 557

5,298
2,211
96
2,030
53

19,429
10, 729
12
4,240
6,237

5,436
1,835
9
1,324
24

5,341
2,799
2
1,552
129

5,097
542
2
1,052
5

3,858
304
77
1,387
12

11,816
1,676
91
2,139
67

4,129
383
10
754
11

5,667 ' 11,455
1,387
446
24
17
1,619
778
13
239

7,874
274
11
1,426
2

8,188
1,169
42
2,421
76

17
8

93,005
23,783
393
20,741
6,868

9,694

40,647

8,678

9,823

6,698

5,638

15,789

5,257

6,921

9,587

11,896

38

14,724

13

143,390

Net addition to profits from operations during year,.
Total dividends declared since June 30,1926_.
Ratios:
Dividends to capital *
per cent..
Dividends to capital and surplus 2_do
Net addition to profits to capital J_do.._.
Net addition to profits to capital and
surplus^
percent..

19,641
13,042

71,556
46,

31,900
16,105

11.99
6.61
17.27

15.55
7.01
24.10

15.27
5. 74
30.33

9.37

10.86

11.40

23,778 I 1 3 , 9 ^ 1 14,097
26,434
16,744 ! 13,600 ! 8, S88 ! 19, 063
12.83

6.52 I

18.22 I

14.23
8.12
14.60
8.34 i

12.39
7.39
20.82
12.41

' Includes nonmenber banks of Alaska and toe Territory of Hawaii.




10.39
6.33
13.98

9,684
7, 537

6,305
r
), 183

0,506
7,058

11,881
9,123

13,120
10,429

225
118

249,167
173,753

10.39
6.92
13.3C

8.57
5.56
10.42

8.42
5.72
7.76

10.12
6.94
13.18

9.83
6.69
12.36

14.75
7.20
28.13

12.30
6.65
17.64

6.77

5.28

9.03

8.41

13.74

9.54

S. 88

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National-bank investments in United States Government securities and other bonds
and securities, etc., loans and discounts (including rediscounts), and losses charged
off on account of bonds and securities, etc., and loans and discounts, years ended
June SO, 1918 to 1926, inclusive
[In thousands of dollars]

Year ended
June 30—

1918
1919
1920.
1921
1922
1923
1924
1925
1926

Losses
Losses
Loans and charged charged
United
Total
discounts off on
States
off on
Other
Govern- bonds and bonds and (including loans
bonds
securities securities,
redisment
and seetc.
counts) and dis- curities,
securities
counts
etc.

2,129,283
3,176,314
2,269,575
2,019,497
2,285,459
2,693,846
2,481,778
2,536,767
2,469,268

1,840,487
1,875,609
1,916,890
2,005,684
2,277,866
2,375,857
2,660,550
3,193,677
3,372,985

3,969,770
5,051,923
4,186,465
4,025,081
4,563,325
5,069,703
5,142,328
5,730,444
5,842,253

10,135,842
11,010,206
13,611,416
12,004,515
11,248,214
11,817,671
11,978,728
12,674,067
13,417,674

33,964
35,440
31,284
76,210
135,208
120,438
102,814
95,552
93,605

Percent- Percentage of
age of
losses
losses
charged charged
off on
off on
account
bonds
loans
and seand dis- curities
counts
to total
to total
bonds
loans
and seand dis- curities
counts
0.34
.32
.23
.63
1.20
1.02
.86
.75
.70

44,350
27.819
61,790
76,179
33,444
21,890
24,642
25,301
23,783

1.12
.55
1.48
1.89
.73
.43
.48
.44
.41

Number of national banks, capital, surplus, dividends, net addition to profits, and
ratios, years ended June SO, 191/f to 1926
[In thousands of dollars)
Ratios
NumYear ended June 30— ber of
banks

1914.
1915.
1916.
1917.
1S18.
1919.
1920.
1921.
1922.
1923.
1924.
1925.
1926.

7,453
7,660
7,571
7,589
7,691
7,762
8,019
8,147
8,246
8,238
8,085
8,070
7,978

Capital

Surplus

Dividends

1,063,978
1,068,677
1,066,209
1,081,670
1,098,264
1,115,607
1,221,453
1,273,237
1,307,199
1,328,791
1,334,011
1,369,385
1,412,872

714,117
726,620
731,820
765,918
816,801
869,457
984,977
1,026,270
1,049,228
1,070,600
1,080,678
1,118,953
1,198,899

120,947
113,707
114,725
125, 538
129,778
135, 688
147,793
158,158
165, 884
179,176
163,683
165,033
173,753

Net addition to Diviprofits dends
to capital

149,270
127,095
157, 544
194,321
212,332
240,366
282,083
216,106
183,670
203,488
195,706
223,935
249,167

Dividends
to capital and
surplus

Net
addition to
profits
to capital

Net
addition to
profits
to capital and
surplus

Per cen\
iPer cent P< cent
*er tPer cent
11.37
8.39
6.80 14.03
10.63
7.08
6.33 11.89
10.76
8.76
6.38 14.78
11.61
10.52
6.79 17.96
11.82
11.09
6.78 19.33
12.15
12.11
6.83 21.55
12.1012.78
6.70 23.09
12.42
9.40
6.88 16.97
12.69
7.79
7.04 14.05
13.48
8.48
7.47 15.31
12.27
8.11
6.78 14.67
12.05
9.00
6.63 16.35
12.30
9.54
6.65 17.63

NATIONAL BANKS CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO CAPITAL STOCK
On December 31, 1925, there were 8,054 reporting national banks,
with loans and discounts of $13,535,278,000; total resources, $25,852,412,000; paid-in capital stock, $1,379,101,000; and total deposits,
$21,080,660,000.
Two thousand four hundred and twenty-five of these banks were
capitalized at less than $50,000, and showed total resources of
$964,907,000, which is a reduction since June 30, 1925, in the number
of banks so capitalized, but an increase of $33,469,000 in assets.



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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

Banks with capital of $50,000, but less than $200,000, numbered
4,257, with total resources of $5,307,182,000, which is likewise a small
decrease in the number of banks in this class, but an increase of
$167,167,000 in aggregate assets.
The number of banks having capital of $200,000, but less than
$500,000, was 890, with resources of $3,731,701,000, as compared with
884 on June 30, 1925, showing resources of $3,619,092,000.
There were 249 banks with capital of $500,000, but less than
$1,000,000, their resources totaling $2,372,351,000, which is a small
increase in the number of this class of associations since June 30,
1925, with a corresponding increase of $212,428,000 in aggregate
resources.
Of the 205 banks having capital of $1,000,000, but less than
$5,000,000, and the 28 associations with capital of $5,000,000 or
more, their resources were $6,050,716,000 and $7,425,555,000, respectively, their total assets exceeding those of these two classes of banks
on June 30, 1925, by $259,566,000 and $716,310,000, respectively.
The recapitulation following concerns tables published in the
appendix of this report in relation to the number of banks in reserve
cities and States on December 31, 1925, classified according to capital
stock, with the amount of total loans and discounts, aggregate
resources, paid-in capital stock, and total deposits:
National banks classified according to capital stock December SI, 1925
[In thousands of dollars]
Num
berof
banks

Loans and
discounts

Aggregate

2,425
Capital of less than $50,000
4,267
Capita] of $50,000 but less than $200,000
890
Capital of $200,000 but less than $600,000—
249
Capital of $500,000 but less than $1,000,000
205
Capital of $1,000,000 b u t less than $5,000,000....
28
Capital of $5,000,000 or more

2.722,967
1,873,128
1,308,507
3,296,700
3.745,968

964,907
5,307,182
3,731,701
2,372,351
6,050,716
7,425,555

64,798
334,559
221,169
138,675
308,100
311,800

794,031
4,278,111
3,051,642
1,943,955
8,056,918
6,956,003

13, 535,278 25,852,412

1,379,101

21,080,660

Total United States

8,054

Total
deposits

Capital

NATIONAL BANK EXAMINERS
The following is a list of the examiners in the service on October
31, 1926:
CHIEF NATIONAL BANK EXAMINEE

Pole, J. W., Office Comptroller of the Currency, Washington, D. C.
ASSISTANT CHIEF NATIONAL BANK EXAMINERS

Office Comptroller of the Currency, Washington, D. C.
Districts

Districts

assigned

Gough, E. H . . .
Luce, Frank H
18005 °—27




11 and 12
7 and 9
5

nssigned

McBryde, W. W
Proctor, John L

5 and 6
8 and 10

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DISTRICT CHIEF NATIONAL BANK EXAMINERS

Federal
reserve
district
No.

Address

Williams, F. D
Reeves, Owen T., jr..,
Newnham, Stephen L.
Thomas, Thomas C
Folger, William P
Robb, Ellis D
Sims, Howard M
Wood, John S
Patterson, B. K
10

Roberts, L. K.

11 Collier, Richard H.
12 Harris, Thomas E .

Federal Reserve Bank Building, Boston,
Mass. Telephone No., Congress 3859.
720 United States Customhouse, New York,
N. Y. Telephone No., Whitehall 4737.
1414 Jefferson Building, Philadelphia, Pa.
Telephone No., Walnut 4309.
715 Federal Reserve Bank Building, Cleve
land, Ohio. Telephone No., Mam 325.
1036 Munsey Building, Washington, D. C.
Telephone No., Main 1689.
504 Post Office Building, Atlanta, Ga.
Telephone No., Ivy 6497.
1203, 164 West Jackson Boulevard, Chicago,
111. Telephone No., Wabash 5340.
1310 Federal Commerce Trust Building, St.
Louis, Mo, Telephone No., Olive 5827.
1334 First National Soo Line Building, Minneapolis, Minn. Telephone No., Main
4617.
800 Federal Reserve Bank Building, Kansas
City, Mo. Telephone No., Victor 1648.
1706 Republic Bank Building, Dallas, Tex.
Telephone No., X3698.
1103 Alexander Building, San Francisco,
Calif. Telephone No., Sutter 4438.

NATIONAL BANK EXAMINERS

3
10
7
S

AHanson, Edward A-.
Allen, E. F. (JG)
Allsup, A. S
Amrhein, Joseph A
Anderson, E. F. (Rec)
Anderson, O. A
Ashwood, Cecil

5
3
12
6
2

Bailey, J. L
Baker, William B
Baldridge, William H.
Basham, A. A
Beaton, Otis W. (JG).

9
11
4
7
3
10
10
9

Bina, J. G..
Boardman, Paul (JG).
Bleakley, Ben J
Bly, J. Garver
Boy sen, Alfred
Brennan, F. P
Brown, S. H
Bryan, Charles A

4
10

Byers, R. W
Campbell, George H_.
Carolan, William B...

1




1414 Jefferson Building, Philadelphia, Pa.
Post-office box 1546, Muskogee, Okla.
1428 North Main Street, Decatur, 111.
910 Virginia Railway and Power Building,
Richmond, Va.
Georgia National Bank Athens, Ga.
Care of G. W. Swords, American National
Bank Building, Billings, Mont.
720 United States Customhouse, New York,
N. Y.
Post-office box 1185, Huntiiigton, W. Va.
1414 Jefferson Building, Philadelphia, Pa.
403 Empire State Building, Spokane, Wash.
Post-office box 940, Knoxville, Tenn.
720 United States Customhouse, New York,
N. Y.
4532 Grand Avenue, Minneapolis, Minn.
Post-office box 614, Abilene, Tex.
Post-office box 151, Lima, Ohio.
326 South Fifteenth Street, Richmond, Ind.
Post-office Building, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
Post-office box 296, Salina, Kans.
Post-ofnee box 462, Coffeyville, Kans.
1334 First National Soo Line Building,
Minneapolis, Minn.
Post-office box 1058, Pittsburgh, Pa.
506 California Building, Denver, Colo.
Federal Reserve Bank Building, Boston,
Mass.

KEPORT OF THE COMPTEOLI-ER OF THE CTJRKENCY

National Bank Examiners—Continued
Federal
reserve
district I
No.

10
12
10
4
1
12
4
11
8
3
4
6
11
12
4
2
5
3
5
10
3
1
10
11
2
6
12
11
10
1
7
7

11
12

Name

Address

1036 Munsey Building, Washington, D. C,
Carson, T. D
Room 214, Treasury Department, WashingCarter, Aubrey B. ( U ) . - .
ton, D. C.
800 Federal Reserve Bank Building, Kansas
Chapman, Edward L
City, Mo.
1103 Alexander Building, San Francisco,
Chorpening, I. I
Calif.
Post-office box 574, Hutchinson, Kans.
Clark, J. A. (J. G.)715 Federal Reserve Bank Building, CleveClarke, Addison A.
land. Ohio.
Coffin, George M. (Rec). First National Bank, Putnam, Conn.
1103 Alexander Building, San Francisco,
Coffln, G. S._
Calif.
Post-office box 273, Salem, Ohio.
Colley, Leon H
Post-office box 1223, Shreveport, La.
Collins, L. C
C
J
214 Federal Building, Evansville, Ind.
Conner, Joseph H.
1414 Jefferson Building, Philadelphia, Pa.
Connor, L. R
715 Federal Reserve Bank Building, CleveCooney, D. H
land, Ohio.
823 Age-Herald Building, Birmingham, Ala.
Cottingham, T. J
First National Bank of Las Vegas, East Las
Cowan, David (Rec)Vegas, N. Mex.
228 Post-office Building, Portland, Oreg.
Crawley, W. C_
Crossen, Gail W_
Post-office box 463, Columbus, Ohio.
Culver, W. A._.
17 Riverside Avenue, Baldwin, Long Island,
N. Y.
Post-office box 958, Charlotte, N. C.
Dalton, John W__.
Post-office box 61, Lancaster, Pa.
Davenport, H. B_.
Davis, Thomas H.
Post-office box 1162, Columbia, S. C.
Denton, Frank R_.
800 Federal Reserve Bank Building, Kansas
City, Mo.
1414 Jefferson Building, Philadelphia, Pa.
Derr, Ralph H
Federal Reserve Bank Building, Boston,
Dooley, Thomas E,
Mass.
Donahue, W. H
Post-office box 186, Clinton, Okla.
Drexel, Charles F_.
332 Post-office Building, Amarillo, Tex.
Dwyer, Thomas R_.
720 United States Customhouse, New York,
N. Y.
Dye, Sam W
422 West Jackson Street, Carbondale, 111.
Elkins, Lewis R.
732 New Street, Springfield, Mo.
Evans, Clyde J._
Post-office box 1828, Atlanta, Ga.
Evans, W. C
436 H. W. Hellman Building, Los Angeles,
Calif.
Faris, A. B
Post-office box 506, Richmond, Ky.
Fiman, C. F. (Rec).
National Bank of Commerce, Pierre, S. Dak.
Foster, Charles W_.
519 Befell Building, San Antonio, Tex.
Fraser, J. A
Room 2, King Building, Norfolk, Nebr.
Freeman, O. M
89 Angell Street, Providence, R. I.
213 Federal Building, Des Moines, Iowa.
French, H. S
Fuller, Harry R
930 Grand Rapids National Bank Building,
Grand Rapids, Mich.
720 United States Customhouse, New York,
Funsten, James B_
N. Y.
Post-office box 425, Evanston, 111.
Funsten, William P.
Furbee, Ernest M__
Post-office box 1058, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Garrett, Robert D._
Cave of Division of Insolvent National
Banks, Office Comptroller of the Currency,
Washington, D. C.
Post-office box 318, Wichita Falls, Tex.
Gilbert, H. B
Post-office box 226, Provo, Utah.
Glazier, Charles A.




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National Bank Examiners—Continued
Federal
reserve
district
No.

Address

Goodhart, R. W. (Rec)... Care of Comptroller of the Currency, Insolvent Division, Washington, D. C.
406 National Bank Building, Wheeling,
Graham, H. A
W. Va.
First National Bank, Joseph, Oreg.
12 Gray, W. M. (Rec)
General delivery, Reading, Pa.
3 Green, A. W. (JG)
Post-office box 752, Cumberland, Md.
5 Green, Charles W
Federal Reserve Bank Building, Boston,
1 Greene, Thomas M
Mass.
201 Federal Building, Peoria, 111.
7 Greenfield; James B
800 Federal Reserve Bank Building, Kansas
10 Griffey, O. A City, Mo.
1414 Jefferson Building, Philadelphia, Pa.
3 Hartman, Charles H
1 Harwood, Edward G. (JG) Federal Reserve Bank Building, Boston,
Mass.
1706 Republic Bank Building, Dallas, Tex.
11 Hedrick, Gilbar C
Care of City Insurance Agency, Bismarck,
9 Hess, Grant H
N. Dak.
Post-office box 111, Elsmere, N. Y.
2 Hill, Roger W
1813 Kilbourne Place, NW., Washington,
2 Hodgson, R. M
D. C.
238 Central Building, Seattle, Wash.
12 Hooper, Marshall
1334 First National Soo Line Building,
9 Hoover, Paul E. (JG)
Minneapolis, Minn.
Post-office box 606, Norman, Okla.
10 Homer, H. N
326 Ten Eyck Street, Watertown, N. Y.
2 Hotchkin, Paul L
306 Dakota Bank Building, Aberdeen, S.
9 Huck, William F
Dak.
Federal Reserve Bank Building, Boston,
Hurley, Michael J
Mass.
11 Hutt, William E
Sherman, Tex.
7 Johnson, C. E. H
331 Federal Building, Milwaukee, Wis.
11 Johnson, Robin M. (Rec). Farmers National Bank, Hempstead, Tex.
7 Joseph, Edward M
Isabel Apartment, 9 West Madison Street,
Danville, 111.
1036 Munsey Building, Washington, D. C.
5 Kane, T. F
1310 Federal Commerce Trust Building
8 Kane, W. W. (JG)
St. Louis, Mo.
10 Kelly, Burdette (Rec)
First National Bank, Torrington, Wyo.
10 Kennedy, L. G
875 South Williams Street, Denver, Colo.
Post-office box 32, Altoona, Pa.
3 Ketner, John H
407 West One hundred and forty-sixth
2 Klein, Benton
Street, New York, N. Y.
6 Krippel, F. W
504 Post Office Building, Atlanta, Ga.
First National Bank, Milford, Iowa.
7 Lahman, H. S. (Rec)
Post-office box 1062, Austin, Tex.
11 Lamb, Ernest
1107 A. Mattei Building, Fresno, Calif.
12 Lamm, R. Foster
Post-office box 1364, New Orleans, La.
Lammond, W. M
720 United States Customhouse, New York,
Lanning, L. C
N. Y.
Lanum, H. L
Post-office box 621, Cincinnati, Ohio.
1203, 164 West Jackson Boulevard, Chicago,
Leyburn, A. P
111.
Post-office box 442, Albany, Ga.
Lifsey, W. P
Loewer, Charles H. (JG) _ 1414 Jefferson Building, Philadelphia, Pa.
Lorang, P. J
720 United States Customhouse, New York,
N. Y.
Luce, F. H
._ Sixth Avenue and Spring Street, Seattle,
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59

National Bank Examiners—Continued
Federal
reserve
district
No.

Address

720 Bell Building, Montgomery, Ala.
1334 First National Soo Line Building,
Minneapolis, Minn.
Post-office box 1584, Waco, Tex.
1414 Jefferson Building, Philadelphia, Pa.
1203, 164 West Jackson Boulevard, Chicago,
111.
McGarvey, Frank S
1334 First National Soo Line Building,
Minneapolis, Minn.
3 McGinnis, Francis J. (JG) 1414 Jefferson Building, Philadelphia, Pa.
7 McGrath, John C
Post-office box 592, Indianapolis, Ind.
4 McKee, Joel S
733 Federal Reserve Bank Building, Cleveland, Ohio.
12 McLean, C. H
1103 Alexander Building, San Francisco,
Calif.
2 Macdonald, F. G
. . Post-office box 926, Buffalo, N. Y.
238 Central Building, Seattle, Wash.
12 Madland, L. L
720 United States Customhouse, New York,
2 Maguire, Edward J
N. Y.
1310 Federal Commerce Trust Building, St.
Mann, Stuart H
Louis, Mo.
Post-office box 1067, Fort Worth, Tex.
11 Mansfield, Fred S
3521 Eutopia Street, Greenville, Tex.
11 Marcom, Roy
Apartment 22, 502 West One hundred and
2 Mareuse, Benjamin
fifty-second Street, New York, N. Y.
No. 4 Thornton Apartment, Redgate AveMiles, A. F
nue, Norfolk, Va.
Post-office box 822, Nashville, Tenn.
6 Millard, S. T
800 Federal Reserve Bank Building, Kansas
10 Miller, Louis A . .
City, Mo.
335 Federal Building, Rock Island, 111.
7 Moon, Earl W
12 Morgan, Clarence E. (JG) 238 Central Building, Seattle, Wash.
10 Mueller, Arthur M. (JG) 800 Federal Reserve Bank Building, Kansas
City, Mo.
1 Murphy. Daniel F
16 Pennacook Street, Manchester, N. H.
1334 First National Soo Line Building,
9 Nelson, Nels (JG)
Minneapolis, Minn.
1310 Federal Commerce Trust Building, St.
Nieman, Roy E
Louis, Mo.
Union National Bank, Beloit, Kans.
10 Noone, D L (Rec
Post-office box 1175, Lakeland, Fla.
Federal Reserve Bank Building, Boston,
Northcutt, V. H.._
Mass.
1 Parker, Edward F .
National Bank of Franklin, Franklin, Tenn.
Pearson, Herbert (Rec) _ Post-office box 545, Guthrie, Okla.
10 Penn D. V. (JG)..
800 Federal Reserve Bank Building, Kansas
10 Peterson, F. R
City, Mo.
7 Potter, Fulton F. (Ree). First National Bank, Cumberland, Iowa.
9 Power, R. E
62 South Dale Street, St. Paul, Minn.
12 Price, Albert E. (JG). . . 326 Yates Building, Boise, Idaho.
1036 Munsey Building, Washington, D. C.
5 Ramsdell, P. C 1414 Jefferson Building, Philadelphia, Pa.
3 Ransom, Frank T
720 United States Customhouse, New York.
2 Rasmussen, Frank E
N. Y.
207 Federal Building, Louisville, Ky.
8 Reinholdt, C. A—
City National Bank, Bismarck, N. Dak.
10 Riley, Jay M. (Rec)
12 Ritt, Charles J. ( J G ) . . . 436" H. -W. Hellman Building, Los Angeles,
Calif.
Luiken, John B
Lytle, Frank S._
11 MoCans, A. B
3 McConaughy, R. C
7 McCreight, Harry A




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BEPGBT OF THE COMPTBOLLEB OF THE CURRENCY

National Bank Examiners—Continued
Federal
reserve
district
No.

Address

Roberts, J. H. (JG).
Roots, J. O

Post-office box 235, Palestine, Tex.
Care of Federal Reserve Bank, Houston,
Tex.
Post-office box 401, Hastings, Nebr.
10 Ross, M. A
Federal Reserve Bank Building, Boston,
1 Ryan, Frank J_.
Mass.
130 West Adams Street, Kirkwood, Mo.
8 Sailor, Vance L_
Post-office box 96, Spencer, Iowa.
7 Sanders, J. L
436-437 H. W. Hellman Building, Los
12 Sawyer, L. M...
Angeles, Calif.
1812 Burns Avenue, Detroit, Mich.
7 Schechter, William J . . .
1539 Hayworth Avenue, Hollywood, Calif.
12 Schofield, John W. (U).
17 Magill Block, Fargo, N. Dak.
9 Sevison, Henry
1103 Alexander Building, San Francisco,
12 Shapirer, Leo (JG)
Calif.
104 Torrey Building, Duluth, Minn.
9 Sheehan, W. F
720 United States Customhouse, New York,
2 Smith, Clarence F_
N Y.
Post-office box 981, Harrisburg, Pa.
3 Smith, George F
Post-office box 336, West Newton, Pa.
4 Smith, George H
9 Smith, John H. (Rec)... Weiser, Idaho
720 United States Customhouse, New York,
2 Smith, Robert F__
N Y.
First National Bank, Sterling, Colo.
10 Smith, Roy E. (Rec).
720 United States Customhouse, New York,
2 Smouse, Murray C._
N. Y
1036 Munsey Building, Washington, D. C.
5 Snapp, J. W
Post-office box 231, Sunbury, Pa.
3 Snyder, Vernon G.
9 Stevens, Lyle T
1334 First National Soo Line Building,
Minneapolis, Minn.
Office Comptroller of the Currency, WashStewart, Adelia M...
ington, D. C.
Stewart, Charles A..
Post-office box 63, East Falls Church, Va.
Stillman, William P.
720 United States Customhouse, New York,
N. Y.
Stobie, C. A
Post-office box 313, Honolulu, Hawaii
Storing, Charles C. (Rec) Lock box 450, Mandan, N. Dak.
Stuart, Robert K
Post-office box 536, Waterloo, Iowa.
Swenson, Loren T
715 Federal Reserve Bank Building, Cleveland, Ohio.
Swords, George W. (Rec). American National Bank Building, Billings,
Mont.
213 Federal Building, Des Moines, Iowa.
7 Taylor, William.
5 Tucker, G. H . . .
Post-office box 332, Raleigh, N. C.
1203,164 West Jackson Boulevard, Chicago,
7 Utt, JohnF
111.
5 Vann, John R. (JG) (Rec) First National Bank ;of Allendale, S. C.
163 Henry Street, K ngston, N. Y.
2 Von Arb, E. A
Hotel Witter, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis.
7 Walker, Harry W
213 Federal Building, Des Moines, Iowa.
7 Wanberg, Joseph F
2 Watts, John L. (JG)
720 United States Customhouse, New York,
N. Y.
12 Weigand, Charles P
327 Federal Building, Pocatello, Idaho.
4 White, A. J
Post-office box 1058, Pittsburgh, Pa.
4 Whipple, A. P
715 Federal Reserve Bank Building, Cleveland, Ohio
10 White, O. W
Post-office box 498, Cheyenne, Wyo.
2 Whitney, H . S . . . . . . . .
316 East Castle Street, Syracuse, N. Y.
5 Williams, C. L. (Rec).
Commercial National Bank, Wilmington,
N. C.

11
11




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61

National Bank Examiners—Continued
Federal
reserve
district
No. t

Nam©

12

Williams. T. M
Wilson, C. F -

7
5

Wilson, Edward B
Wood D. R

8
9

Woodside, Hal
Wright, Irwin D_ .

8

Young, William R

Addres3

436 H. W. Hellman Building, Los Angeles,
Calif.
Office Comptroller of the Currency. Room
202, Treasury Building, Washington, D. C.
Post-office box 477, Council Bluffs, Iowa.
Pulaski National Bank Building, Pulaski,
Va.
2619 Broadway. Little Rock, Ark
_ _ 1334 First National Soo Line Building,
Minneapolis, Minn.
. . 407 Central State National Bank Building,
Memphis Tenn.
%

(Rec)™1 Acting as receiver of a national bank.
(JG)"»National bank examiner, junior grade.
(U)=Unassigned.

CONVICTIONS OF NATIONAL-BANK OFFICERS AND OTHERS
FOR VIOLATIONS OF THE NATIONAL BANKING LAWS DURING
THE YEAR ENDED OCTOBER 31, 1926
Information furnished by the Department of Justice relative
to convictions during the year ended October 31, 1926, of officers
and employees of national banks, and others, for violations of the
national banking laws, is shown in the following statement:




Criminal cases under the national banking laws resulting in convictions during the year ended October SI, 1926
Position

Name of officers and others

Ernest P. Sparks..
John Vermillion...
C. A. Wenstrand..
D. A. Wenstrand-.
Border E.Jones...
Earl W. Wren.
F. S. Lloyd
G. W. Blakely
P. H. Scott
Charles Dupree
L. B. Howey

Bookkeeper
do
Former president.
Former cashier..
Teller
do...
Cashier.
do
Assistant cashier.
Cashier
President
___ Vice president
Employee
President

Title and location of the bank

Lincoln National Bank, Washington, D. C
Norfolk National Bank, Norfolk, Va
Farmers National Bank, Shenandoah, Iowa
do
First National Bank, Springfield, Ohio.
do
First National Bank, Calipatria, Calif
Clayton National Bank, Clayton, N. Mei
do
Maud National Bank, Maud, Tex...
City National Bank, Lincoln, Nebr.
.do..
First National" Bank, Wichita Falls, Tex
First National Bank, Morgan, Tex

Offense

Misapplication
Abstraction
Misapplication and false
entries.
do..
Abstraction and embezzlement.
do.
Embezzlement
Embezzlement, misapplication, and abstraction.
do.
Embezzlement and abstraction.
Misapplication

Sentence

1 year in asylum and jail
1 year and 1 day
3 years and $200 fine
3 years and $400 fine
18 months

to
Date of
sentence
1925
Nov. 6
Do.
Nov.7

Do.
Nov. 9
Do.
9 months in jail
Do.
On probation; sentence continued to July 4,1927.
8 months in jail and reim- Nov. 10
bursement.
Do.
2 years (on 5 years' probation).
2 years and pay back $7,600 Nov. 11
within 90 days.
$2,500 fin» and confined in
Do.
jail until paid.
Do.
do
2 years
Nov. 17
15 months
Nov. 19
Do.
do..
5 years.
Nov. 20
$750 joint fine
Nov. 24

do
Embezzlement
Conspiracy and misapplication,
.do.
Vice president.do..
Richmond Hill National Bank, Woodhaven, Embezzlement, abstraction,
Manager
and misapplication.
Long Island, N. Y.
Misapplication and false
First National Bank, Poison, Mont
Cashier
Claude A. Stone
entries.
do.
do
Assistant cashier.
Walter C. Stimson.
-do..
Do.
$200 fine and 12 months in
Embezzlement
Employee
Claxton Givens
First National Bank, Kansas City, Mo
jail, suspended, 3 years Nov. 25
probation.
Nov. 27
3 years
Misapplication
President
A. E. Donegan.
First National Bank, St. Cloud, Fla
Do.
Embezzlement and false 5 years
Cashier
W. R. Barnes..
Wallins National Bank, Wallins Creek, Ky
entries.
Dec. 14
3 years.
Texas County National Bank, Guymon, Okla- Embezzlement
Homer A. Salter..
..doDo.
do
do..
do
Assistant cashier and diEnoch P. Carter..
rector.
| 1926
$60finewithout costs
[Jan. 4
Ernest Williams, alias T. E. Bookkeeper
Selma National Bank, Selma, Ala
.do_.
Williams.
Embezzlement and abstrac- 2 years
Jan. 11
C. H- Hamstreot
First National Bank, Clear Lake, Iowa.
Assistant cashier
tion.
L. J. Dunn
Robert Blackburn
H. J. Neece
H. 0. Westerfeld.
Melvin Aumack..




W. E. McKinney.
Earl G. Caldwell..
Neal Thurston—..
R. J. Zerr

..do..
Watchman
Employee
Bookkeeper

Eeuben E. Bailey.

Former cashier..

Maurice A. Marks

Former manager

Knox Ramsey..

Teller

R. G. Wilson...
W. H. Long....
B. A. Douglas..

Cashier.
NoneFormer clerk—.

W. C. Stuhr....
R. E. BicknelL.
Guy L. Baker..
Harry G. Eber.

President
Cashier. _ _ . _
Assistant cashier..
Former teller

Clarence Massey.
Ben L. Watts

Bookkeeper
Assistant cashier.
Bookkeeper
None. to receiver.
Assistant
Receiving teller
Cashier

W. A.Joy..._
Kenneth Grig
Robert H. McE
Sylvester Agee.
John Johanson.

Jotin Loekhart Dickenson.. Bookkeeper.
President...
Robert T. Looney
Charles A. Cunningham
A. O. Jensen..
W.B.Dobbin..
Charles J. Dooley..
Guy 0. Vough

Cashier
Former cashier.

A. I. Westerman..
J. A. Weger
H. T. Lobbey
MikeJ. Mino
Herman B. Gates.

Cashier..
Director.
None.
Employee..
President..

WillF. Bishop...
Frank L. Bishop.

Vice president..
Assistant chairman board of
directors.

Cashier.
Assistant cashier.




Embezzlement
do
Abstraction
4 years
Misapplication
2 years
Embezzlement and false en- 6 months in jail and $500 fine.
tries.
do
1 year and 3 months, $10,000
First National Bank, Venice, Calif.
fine (to be confined until
paid) and a suspended
sentence of 5 years.
Highland Park Branch, Commercial National Embezzlement and abstrac- fi months in jail and $2 fine
tion.
(on probation 5 years).
Trust & Savings Bank, Los Angeles, Calif.
1 year in jail (suspended 11
American Exchange National Bank, Dallas Tex— Embezzlement
months).
do.
3 years
First National Bank, Adrian, Mo
I Aider and abetter
1 year and 1 day
do
1 Embezzlement and false en- 18 months (suspended)
Continental National Bank, Fort Worth, Tex..
tries.
$250 fine
First National Bank, Sentinel Butte, N . Dak., False entries
.do.
do
do-.
Embezzlement..
3 years
First National Bank, Putnam, Conn
Violation sec. 5209, United On probation 2 years..
Mellon National Bank, Pittsburgh, PaStates Revised Statutes.
False entries
15 months..
Chester National Bank, Chester, Pa
Abstraction and misapplica- $50 fine
County National Bank, Lincolnton, N . C_
tion,
.do
do.do..
Aider and abetter..
$100 fine
-doEmbezzlement
3 years and $110 fine
First National Bank, Lenapah. Okla..
.do.
18 months
First National Bank, Mobile, Ala
Misapplication and false en- 8 months in jail and$300 fine.
First National Bank, Libby, M o n t . . .
tries.
Embezzlement
1 year and 1 d a y .
First National Bank, Bristol, Tenn
Misapplication and false en- 9 months in jail and $120 fine.
Farmers National Bank, Tishomingo, Okla.
tries,
.do.
60 days in jail and $110 fine...
-do..
Embezzlement and false en- 2 years
National Exchange Bank, St. Paul, Minn
tries.
Abstraction
6 months in jail
.
First National Bank, Aspermont, T e x . .
Embezzlement
2 years (sentence suspended)
First National Bank, Rockville Center, N . Y
and $5,000 fine.
Farmers & Merchants National Bank, Rock- Abstraction and embezzle- On probation 2 years
ment.
wood, Pa.
Conspiracy
$750 fine
First National Bank, Robinson, 111
$1,500 fine
.do.
.do.
Aider and abetter
$500 fine
-doAbstraction
2 years
First National Bank, Barnesboro, P a .
Misapplication and false en- 9 months in jail and $4,000
Globe National Bank, Denver, Colo..
tries,
fine.
do.
1 years and $2,000 fine
-do.
20 years and $5,000 fine
.do.
,.do.

First National Bank, Gainesville, Ga
Exchange National Bank, Pittsburgh, Pa
Atlantic National Bank, Jacksonville, Fla
First National Bank, Hondo, Tex

I

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

13
15
16
22

Jan. 23

Feb.

1

Feb. 3
Feb. 6
Do.
Feb. 8
Feb. 10
Do.
Feb. 23
Mar. 13
Mar. 15
Mar. 16
Do.
Do.
Apr. 5
Apr. 17
Apr. 21
Apr. 27
Apr. 28
Do.
Do.
May 4
May 10
May 12
May 13
Do.
Do.
May 14
Do.
Do.
Do.
C5
CO

Criminal cases under the national banking laws resulting in convictions during the year ended October SI,
Position

E. S. Rice
Joseph Bullinger, jr
Carl W. Lutz
Charles McCracken
Thomas J. Maconkey
Charles P. Lukens
A. Carroll Hamill
Alexander H. MacAdams
Harry Van de Koolwyck, jr.
Henry Clint
H. D. Menke
Cleveland B. Giles-.
James Lowell Brown

Manager, Lake Arthur
branch.
Bookkeeper
Teller.. .
Note teller
Employee
Cashier
„
Assistant cashier
None
Former teller
Messenger
Employee
Cashier
Bookkeeper
Cashier

Thomas J. Byrne.
E. A. Wines
Lester S. Homan
Frank D. Clark
Walter P. Griflen
Herman Cohen
Herman Wise
W. Jay Goodman
Norman C. Morse
C. H. Harrison
Thomas P. Holman
Thomas Levin Powell

do
. ...do
Bookkeeper
Teller
Bookkeeper
Employee
Cashier
Bookkeeper
Teller
Assistant cashier
.do.
do




Sentence

Offense

Title and location of the bank

Name of officers and others

1986—Continued

Calcasieu National Bank of Southwest Louisi- Embezzlement
ana, Lake Charles, La.

1 year...

6 months in jail
4 years probation.
False entries
National Bank of Tarentum, Pa
do
, 12 months in jail (suspended
Rnilt.hviost Nfttinnul 'Rant, Tulips, TUT
11 months).
Abstraction Liberty bonds.. 3 years; suspended
Hanover National Bank, New York, N. Y
Misapplication and embez- 18 months...;
Parkesburg National Bank, Parkesburg, Pa
zlement.
do
16 months and $5,000 fine
do
Aider and a better, misappli- 1 year and 1 day
. ..do
cation.
Embezzlement
2 years in asylum and jail
Biggs National Bank, Washington, D. C
Abstraction and false entries. 1 year and 1 day
•
Merchants National Bank, Jersey City, N. J
Embezzlement and abstrac- 3 years; suspended on good
Sealy National Bank, Sealy, Tex
tion.
behavior.
Embezzlement
3 years..
First National Bank, Bangor, Me
do
3 years (on probation S
American N^tiiTitO Pnnlr, T/'w-o)™, TH..,,..,
years) and $500 fine.
Misapplication and false en- 3 months
First National Bank, New York, N. Y
tries.
12 months in jail and $2,000
do
First National Bank, Bartlesville, Okla.
fine.
1 year and lday.
Misapplication.
First National Bank, Mount Rainier, Md
2 years and 6 months
Embezzlement
First National Bank, Lake Linden, Mich
do
.do...
do
1 year at house of correction
Citizens National Bank, Boston, Mass
. ...do
on probation.
Embezzlement and misap- IS months at industrial
First National Bank, El Paso, Tex
school.
plication.
4 years and $1,000 fine
Embezzlement
National Copper Bank, East Ely, Nev.
Misapplication and embez- 4 years
Tootle-Lacy National Bank, St. Joseph, Mo
;..
zlement.
1 year and l d a y . . . . . .
Ardmore National Bank & Trust Co., Ardmore, Embezzlement
Okla.
First National Bank, Corinth, Miss
Misapplication and abstrac- 6 months in jail
tion.
$2,500fineand costs
do...
.do
5 years; suspended; and pay
First National Bank, Houston, Tex
Embezzlement
$500 per annum until
$2,000 is paid.
do

Date of
sentence
May 18
May 20
May 22
May 29
June 1
June 2
Do.
Do.

June 5
June 9
June 10
June 16
June 17
June 22
Do.
July 10
July 20
Do.
July 21
July 27
Aug. 7
Sept. 20
Sept. 28
Oct.

5

Do.
Oct. £

FEDERAL RESERVE BANKS
Assets and liabilities of the IS Federal reserve hanks combined, as of the last weekly statement date in October, from 1917 to 1926
[In thousands of dollars]
Oct. 26,1917 Oct. 25,191s|Oct. 31,1919 Oct. 29,1920 Oct. 26,192l(Oet. 25,1922 Oct. 31,1923 Oct. 29,1924 Oct. 28,1925 Oct. 27,1926
ASSETS

Gold reserves
Other cash reserves. _
Nonreserve cash
Bills discounted..
_
Bills bought in open market
United States Government obligations.
Other bills and securities
Uncollected items
_
All other assets
_

2,045,132
53,037
(0
1, 546,164
398, 023
350,311
24
856,923
20,571

2,138,000
67, 592
()
'
2,128, 547
394,355
301, 254

2, 528, 305

Total.

1,503,430
49,500
()
'
397, 094
177, 590
110,042
233
288, 573
1,891

5,270,785

3,085,093
126,836
(>)
469,399
257, 691

742, 976
34, 550

2, 786,239
160,909
()
'
1,308, 749
62,316
190, 946
10
540,067
55, 679

5,939,344 1 6,341,607

5,094,915

875, 037
34, 059

2,003, 320
164, 718
()
'
2, 801,297
298,375
296,371

3, 111, 078
80,067
39,152
883,800
204, 698
91, 837
317
611,271
69,047

3, 043,826
87,768
42,300
222, 565
215,404
584, 200
2,007
611, 709
87, 490

2, 782,549

5,065, 095

5,091,267

4,897,269

4, 960, 423

5, 017,063

27
653,483
63,931

110, 511
52,932
589,994
328,717
324,757
6,619
684,027
80,317

2,823, 327
130, 750
52,841
631,923
307, 641
300,174
2,500
693, 568
74, 449

I
H

w
ts
Q

o

LIABILITIES

. Federal reserve notes in circulation
v
>'ederal reserve bank notes in circulation—net liability.
Deposits:
Member bank—reserve account
Government
_
._
Other
Deferred availability items
Capital paid in
._
Surplus
All other liabilities
Total.
1

Not shown separately prior to 1923.




847, 500
8,000

2, 507, 912 2, 752, 876
58,859
254, 933

3,351,303
214,96i

2,408,779
88, 024

2,298, 536
37, 995

2,224,865
623

1, 766, 622

1, 694, 771

1, 730, 511

2,859

1,683, 499
78,218
117,001
702,107
79,190
1,134
42,865

1,833,481
100,465
97, 843
693, 76fi
86,013
81,087
38, 880

1,805, 661
18,754
21, 307
571,807
97, 753
164, 745
95,310

1, 669,059
46, 624
22,873
466,044
103,007
213, 824
76, 681

1, 799, 931
23, 659
18,180
539, 773
106,277
215,393
25, 346

1, 895,265
40, 334
23,061
555, 914
106,726
218,369
23,210

2,162,347 2,227, 212
28,266
38, 670
27, 3S1
31, 382
566, 510 i 617, 350
111,963 ! 116, 602
220, 915 i 217,837
13,306 1
16, 699

2, 210, 896
38, 546
25,689
638,465
124,392
220, 310
22,264

2, 528,365

5,270, 785

5, 939,344 I 6,341, 607

5,091,267

4,897, 269 I 4, 960, 423

5, 017, 003

1,264,323
132,221
36, 335
174,492
62, 629

5, 094,915 5,065,095

M

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66

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THB CURRENCY

Principal assets and liabilities of the IS Federal reserve banks combined, on the
last weekly statement date in each month, jrom January, 192%, to October, 1926
[In millions of dollars]
Assets
Liabilities
Bills and securities
Date

Jan.25
Feb.21
Mar. 29
Apr. 26
May 31
June 28
July 20
Aug. 30
Sept. 27
Oct. 25
Nov. 29
Dec. 27
Jan.31
Feb. 28
Mar. 28
Apr. 25
May 29
June 27
July 25
Aug. 29
Sept. 26
Oct. 31
Nov. 28
Dec. 26
Jan. 30
Feb. 27
Mar. 26
Apr. 30
May 28
June 25
July 30
Aug. 27
Sept. 24
Oct. 29
Nov. 26
Dec. 31
Jan. 28
Feb. 25
Mar. 25
Apr. 29.
May 27
June 24
July 29
Aug. 20
Sept. SO
Oct. 28
Nov. 25
Dec. 30
Jan. 27
Feb. 24
Mar. 31
Apr. 28
May 20
June 30
July 28
Aug. 25
Sept. 29
Oct. 27

Reserves

United
Bills States
Bills bought Governdisment Total •
counted in open securimarket
ties

Gold

Total

1922

Deposits
Federal
reserve
notes in Memcircula- bers'
tion reserve Total

Capital
and
surplus

1,779
1,652
1,677 1,772
1,805
1,709
1,749 1,833
1,782 1,870
1,865 ' 1,939
1,815 1,888
1,807 1,882
1,798 1,840
1,800 1,842
1,808 1,860
1,861 1,900

318
319
319
320
320
320
321
321
322
322
323
323

850
721
636
500
471
469
380
404
420
469
650
630

83
83
103
83
118
154
156
172
238
258
259
246

250
355
441
567
603
557
541
498
452
409
305
458

1,183 2,904
1,159 2,947
1,180 2,975
1,150 2,995
", 193 3,008
,180 3,021
,077 3,055
,074 3,063
,110 3,077
,136 3,085
,214 3,073
,334 3,040

3,181
3,196
3,203
3,212
3,203
3,149

2,184
2,174
2,182
2,158
2,141
2,124
2,127
2,153
2,243
2,299
2,330
2,464

597
596
700
637
731
775
761
816
862
884
794
857

189
208
254
274
258
204
177
173
172
205
289
336

354
363
249
194
189
135
96
94
92
92
84
104

,140
,167
,204
,104
,178
,114
,034
,083
,126
1,181
1,168
1,298

3,076
3,073
3,064
3,085
3,109
3,111
3,114
3,121
3,117
3,111
3,112
3,071

3,227
3,202
3,176
3,179
3,195
3,202
3,200
3,201
3,193
3,191
3,197
3,138

2,204
2,247
2,232
2,223
2,260
2,227
2,195
2,225
2,248
2,225
2,246
2,340

1,913
1,888
1,871
1,854
1,874
1,868
1,839
1,849
1,852
1,895
1,881
1,874

1,991
1,952
1,976
1,909
1, 9»2
1,937
1,897
1,908
1,930
1,959
1,939
1,938

327
327
327
328
328
328
328
328
328
328
32S

522
632
482
447
430
350
294
263
260
223
221
314

272
263
202
124
87
45
24
49
92
215
281
387

121
156
257
302
333
430
505
642
576
584
582
540

915
951
942
873
860
826
825
855
928
1,024
1,087
1,249

3,143
3,123
3,123
3,120
3,118
3,156
3,155
3,115
3,069
3,044
3,046
2,937

3,263
3,230
3,223
3,223
3,214
3,271
3,260
3,202
3,166
3,132
3,134
3,047

2,023
2,022
1,983
1,926
1,891
1,844
1,762
1,741
1,730
1,767
1,845
1,862

1,928
1,927
1,912
1,945
1,936
2,035
2,087
2,082
2,120
2,162
2,148
2,220

1,991
1,986
2,007
2,005
1,997
2,108
2,165
2,150
2,196
2,218
•2, 203
2,311

331
332
332
332
332
332
332
333
333
333
333
330

274
434
378
400
414
455
468
580
633
690
625
75C

308
317
307
267
278
242
210
202
268
329
359
363

394
365
344
349
349
325
330
332
343
325
332
377

2,939
2,894
2,867
2,851
2,838
2,811
2,791
2,762
2,760
2,783
2,746
2,704

3,083
3,030
3,008
2,993
2,982
2,959
2,937
2,888
2,866
2,893
2,861
2,822

1,684
1,729
1,709
1,684
1,671
1,634
1,598
1,616
1,685
1,695
1, 732
1,835

2,172
2,208
2,119
2,135
2,138
2,140
2,153
2,183
2,210
2,227
2,220
2,309

2,265

1,130
1,041
1,028
1,064
1,034
1,021
1,126
1,257
1,250
1,326
1,601

2,270
2,184
2,187
2,202
2,210
2,201
2,237
2,268
2,297
2,291
2,357

330
331
332
333
333
333
334
334
334
334
335
335

449
540
632
514
474
515
521
571
717
632

295
304
250
199
239
249
211
255
276
308

365
331
330
389
395
385
369
321
302
300

1,119
1,185
1,226
1,114
1,119
1,158
1,106
1,150
1,298
1,242

2,801
2,767
2,767
2,797
2,816
2,835
2,851
2,841
2,807
2,823

2,953
2,917
2,920
2,954
2,975

1,667
1,679
1,656
1,662
1,673
1,697
1,671
1,693
1,716
1,731

2,217
2,203
2,218
2,203
2,195
2,229
2,205
2,204
2,249
2,217

2,272
2,262
2, 323
2,242
2,243
2,260
2,261
2,258
2,330
2,281

339
340
341
342
343
343
343
344
344
345

3,059
3,081
3,103
3,125
3,130

1923

1924

1925

1926

2,
2,978
2,937
2,954

' Includes (in addition to bills discounted and bought and United States securities) municipal warrants,

Federal intermediate credit bank debentures, anM foreign loans on gold.



REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

67

Percentage of bills discounted secured by United States Government obligations to
total bills discounted and purchased by Federal reserve banks at the end of each
month, year ended October 81, 192-6
[In thousands of dollars]

Date

Percentage
of discounted
bills secured
by GovTotal
ernment
holdings of
obligations
discounted
and purto total
chased bills holdings of
discounted
and purchased bills

Discounted
bills secured
by United
States
Government
obligations

1925
Nov. 30
Deo. 31

364,373
382,151

1,038, 035
1,009, 549

35.1
37.9

278, 562
341,170
311,487
330,775
279,977
263,106
285,556
336, 602
332,082
359, 567

786,498
877, 590
882,024
781,349
785,884
764,425
782,494
898, 902
961,690
1,012,862

35.4
38.9
35.3
42.3
35.6
34.4
36.5
37.4
34.5
35.6

1926
Jan.31
Feb. 28
Mar. 31
Apr. 30
May 31
June 30July 81
Aug. 31_
Sept. 30
Oct. 31

—.

--

FEDERAL RESERVE BANK DISCOUNT RATES

The discount rates of each of the 12 Federal reserve banks in effect
November 1, 1926, with respect to each class of paper, are shown in
the following statement:
Discount rates of Federal reserve banks in effect November 1, 1926
Paper maturing—
After 90 days
but within 9
months

Within 90 days
Federal reserve bank
Commercial, Secured by
agricultural, United States Bankers'
and livestock Government acceptances
paper, n. e. s. obligations
Boston
New York
PhiladelphiaCleveland
Richmond
Atlanta
Chicago
St. Louis
Minneapqlis..
Kansas City..
Dallas
San Francisco.
1

etc.

4
4
4
4
4
4
4

4
4
4
4

Agricultural 1
Trade
livestock
acceptances and paper
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

4
4
4
4
i
i
i
4
4
4
4
4

Including bankers' acceptances drawn for an agricultural purpose and secured by warehouse receipts,




68

BEPOBT 03? THE COMPTKOLLER OF THE CUBBENCY:

DISCOUNT RATES PREVAILING IN FEDERAL RESERVE BANK
AND BRANCH CITIES
The table following, prepared by the Federal Reserve Board and
published in the Federal Reserve Bulletin for November, 1926, shows
the prevailing rates charged customers on various classes of loans as
reported by representative banks in Federal reserve bank and branch
cities during weeks ended October 15, 1925, and August, September,
and October 15, 1926. In connection with the table, the Federal
Reserve Board called attention to the fact that the rates shown are
not averages but are those rates at which the bulk of the loans of
each class are made by reporting banks. Since the publication of the
rates for May, the forms used in making the reports on which the
table is based have been modified and certain classifications have
been omitted:
Discount and interest rates prevailing in various cities during weeks ended October 15,
1925, and August, September, and October 15, 1926

District and city-

Year and month

DISTRICT 1

Boston,.

1925—October
1926—August
September
October

DISTRICT 2

New York

1928—October
1926—August
September
October

Buffalo

1925—October....
1926—August
September
October

DISTRICT 3

Philadelphia

1925—October
1926—August
September
October

DISTRICT 4

Cleveland

Cincinnati

Pittsburgh

1925—October....
1926—August
September
October
1925—October....
1926—August
September
October
1925—October....
1926—August
September
October

DISTRICT 5

Richmond

1925—October....
1926—August
September
October

Baltimore

1925—October....
1926—August
___
September
October




Loans secured by
prime stock exchange collateral

Cattle
loans

EEPOET OF THE COMPTKOLL,EE OF THE CUKBENOY
Discount and interest rates prevailing in various cities during weeks ended October IS,
1935, and August, September, and October IS, 1926—Continued

District and city

Prime
commercial
loans

Year and month

Interbank
loans

Loans secured by
prime stock exchange collateral
Demand

Time

Loans
secured
by ware- C ittls
lo ans
house
receipts

DISTSlcT 6

Atlanta

1925—October.
1926—August
September
October

1
5
fi
5

1925—October
1926—August
September
October

5 -fi

-6
-6
-fi
-8

5
5 -6
5 -fi
5 -6

5 -6
5 -6
5 -fi
-6

-6
-fi
-6
-«

6
fi
fi
fi

6
fi
6
fi

6

-8
-7
-7
-6

5 -fi
fi
fi
6

4)4-8

4J4-8

4)4-8

5}4-fi
6
6
6

5)4 6
5)4-6
5)^-6
5)4-6

5 -6
-6
5 -6
5 -fi

5
5
5
S

-fi
-fi
-fi
-fi

5 -5)4
5
5

-6
-6
-6
-6

Jacksonville

New Orleans

IMSTBICT 7

-fi
-6
-6

6
5 -6
5 -6
6

R
n
5
5

1925—October
1926—August
September
October

6
5
5
5

1925—October
1926—August
September
October

Birmingham

s
5

1925—October
1926—August
September
October. .

0

Chicago

1925—October
1926—August
September
October.

4)4-5
454-5
4)4-5
4K-5

Detroit

1925—October.
1926—A ugust

454-6

September
October

MSTBICT 8

St. Louis

Little Eock

Louisville

DISTKICT 9

Minneapolis

Helena

i>
4)

Denver

Oklahoma City

El

B -fi
5 -fi
S -6

5)i;-fi
fi
fi
fi

5)4 ^
5) £-6

5 -fi
-fi
5 -6
i> - 6

5 -fl
fi
fi
fi

4)4-5
4)45
4M-5
5 -54<S

4J4-5
454-5
4M-6
5 -&A

5 -6
5
5 -fi

-fi
5 -fi
-fi
0
-«

5
5
S
5

5 -5H
4K-5J4
6 -6
5 -5H

1
H

«

i 6

5 -fi
6
5 -6
5 -6

5)4-fi
6

49
i-514
6
6
6
g

6

5
5
5
5

1925 October
1926—August
September
October
1925—October
1926—August
September
October

5)4-fi
5)4-6

..

43
4»
S

4)4

<-s

5J4

"i - W
5V,
I1

8

6

6
6
6

-7
—7
-7

-6

5
5 -554
5
5 -554

1825—October
1928—August. .
September
Ootober

5
6
6
6

6
6
6
6
-7
-7
-7
-7

g -654

51<^-fi
5) «<-<!

...
4)
5 -5H
4)
5
5 -5)4
-5)i
5 -5)4 5 ...iji^
-6
5 -fi
fi -fi
-6

...

4)4-554 5 -6
5 -6
4)4-6 554-6
4M-«
554-6

1;

fi
fi -JSW
5 -fi

6
, 1 , >-fi
5 -6
5 -fi

4)^-5

4J^$-V{

a

6
6
6
6

4 s -f-1

s

-w
6 -8
6 -8
6 -8
5
5
5
5 -3

6
6
6

6
6
6

6 -7
6
6

6
8
6
S

6

4)4-5
5 -5)4
5 -554
5 -6H

5 -fi

5)4-6

6 -7
6 -8
-8

•6
6
6
6

-«
-fi
-6
-fi

514-fi

55-£-6

6
6
6

_O

8 -8
6 -8
6 -8

1925—October
1926—August
September
October
192o—October
1926—August
September
October
.




6

5 -6

51

DISTRICT »

Kansas City

5 -6
S -6
5 -fi

1925—October
1926—August.
September
October
1925—October . . .
1926—August
September
October

li

6
fi

414-0
454-5

i%-5

fi

5>/

6
6

1925—October .
1926—August.
September.
October

4)4-5

...

6

5K-6

-r.

5

5
5
5
5

4^ ' - W
5 -5»/f
5 -6
6 -8
6 -8
6 -8
6 -8

8

8
g

u
i-h

4J-i-5
43

6 -8
-8
-8

8
7 -8
7 -8
7 -S

_g
-6
-«
-6

6 -7
6 -7
6 -7

8

_7

3
5
5 -6
5 -6

5
5
,5
5

5 -$
&y2-6

§ _7
5)4-8

f
7
6 -7
6 -T
fi -T

6
6
6 -7
6 -7

6 -7
6 -8

6
6
8
S

6
iS-fi
b\>

6
6

-8
-8
-8
-«

70

BEPOBT OF THE COMPTEOLLEB OF THE CTJBBENCY

Discount and interest rates prevailing in various cities during weeks ended October 16,
1985, and August, September, and October 16, 1926—Continued

Interbank
loans

District and city

Loans secured by
prime i took ex-

Loans

secured
change collat eral by ware- Cattle
loans
house
receipts
Demand Time

DISTRICT io—contd.

Omaha

1925—October
1926—August
September
October

5^-6
5^-6

7
8

5Vire

7 -8
7

i-6
£-6

DISTRICT 11

Dallas

El Paso.^

Houston

1925—October
1926—August
September
October

5 -6

1925—October
1926—August
September
October

6
6
6
6

5 -6

5 -6
Set
iy -7
6 -7
6

Al S - 0
4 2 (•

7
6
6 -7

A\

-7
-7
-7
-7

7 -8

6

5
5
5
5

5

1925—October
1926—August
September
October

-8

Q
O

Q
O

8
8

8
S

4H-6
5 -6

5 -6
5 -6

5 -6
5 -6

5
5

-6
-6

5
5
5
5

-6
-7
-7
-7

8
8
8
7 -8

7 -8
6 -7

8
6 -8

-6
-7
-7
-«

-8
-8
-8
-8

7
7
7
7

6
5
5
5

7
6 -7
6
6

DISTRICT 12

San Francisco

Los Angeles.

Portland.

Salt Lake C i t y .

1925—October
1926—August
September
October

5
5 -6
5 -5M

6 -7
6 -7
6 -7

6

-7

6 -7

6 -7
6
6
6

6
6
6
6

-7

6

5 -6

1925—October
1926—August
September
October

5 -6
5 -6

-7

1925—October
1926—August
September
October

Spokane—

&A

6
5 -6

-7
-7

1925—October
1926—August
September
October

1925—October
1926—August
September
October

5

-6
5J^

6
6
6
6

1925—October
1926—August
September
October

Seattle...

5

__

-7
6
6

6
6

-7
-7

6 -7
6
6
6

6
6
6

-7
-7

6 -7
6 -7

6 -7
6 -7
6 -7
6

6

7
7
7
7

7
7
7
7

6

-7
-7
6 -7
6

-7

6

6
6

5 -6
6 -7
6 -7
5 -7

-7

-7

6 -7
6 -7
6 -7

7
6 -7
6 -7
6 -7

8
7
7
6 -7

6
6
6
6

-8
-8
-8
-8

7 -8
7
7
7

-«
-7
-7
-7

RATES FOR MONEY IN NEW YORK

The range of rates for various classes of paper in the New York
money market in the year ending October 31, 1926, together with
information in relation to the range of rates in New York since 1917,
is shown in the following statements, furnished by the Financial and
Commercial Chronicle.
The low point in the rate of call loans was 3 per cent, and the high
point was 6 per cent. The range during the month of October was
from 4 to 6 per cent.
The low point of time loans (60 days) was 3 % per cent, and the
high point 5J^ per cent, and during October the range was from 4%
to 5% per cent.




71

EEPOKT OF THE COMPTROLLER OP THE CUBBENCY

Choice commercial paper in the year ranged from 3 % to 4^£ per
cent, and in October from 4}^ to 4% per cent.
The rates for sterling bills from November, 1925, to June, 1926,
ranged from $4.80 to $4.83^; sight bills from November, 1925, to
October, 1926, ranged from $4.84tV to $4.86ff, and cable transfers
from I4.84-& to $4.86|-fRates for money in New York

Call loans, stock exchange:
Eange
Time loans:
60 days
90 days
4 months
5 months
6 months
Commercial paper:
Choice, 4 to 6 months.
Good, 4 to 0 months...
1926—Continued
May

Call loans, stock exchange:
Eange
Time loans:
60 days
90 days.
__
4 months
5 months
6 months
Commercial paper:
Choice, 4 to 6 months..
Good, 4 to 6 months

September

June

4 -5

4
4
4 -4J-I
4 -04
!M

4 -04
4 -Oi
4 -4k'
4 -4^

4 -4Ji

4
4
4
4
4

4M-4M

4 -5

October

4 -6
4M-5
43i-5

-4
-4
-4
-4
-i

424-5

4 -4H
4K4J

4K4K
43-2-5

NOTE.—60 and 90 day paper no longer quoted, as little or no paper of these short maturities is now boing
made. As rates previously, however, for 60 to 90 days paper were identical with those for 4 to 6 months
paper, present rates are properly comparable with previous rates, the standard for all recent years being
4 to 6 months paper. There is no distinction now between single name and double name paper. The
practice is to quote simply the very best names, and then the next best.

Rates for sterling bills
[I'.ange for month]
60-day

Sight

i Cable transfers
I

1925

November.
December..
January
February
March
April.
May
June
July
August
September
October
1

$4.80 -$4.81J4 $4. 8 4 * 4.80H- 4. si n A Sl'Ai

1926
...
~
_

_ .

I"'."'.'.
_

;:.;;;

•*. 81%- i S2Vs 4.84H- 4. 86H
4.82H- i 82H 4. 85{f- 4.86A
4. 8 2 * 4.85*- 4.86
86^2
4. 8 2 * 4. 8 5
4.&-M 4 8 4 * -- 4. 8 6 *
4.81*- 4 83*
« 4
4.82M-- 4.83* 4.86 - i. sen
4. 85H- 4.80A
C1)
4. 84«- 4. SSJ4
4.844J- 4. 85{i
4.84 ft- 4.845*
0)

No longer quoted as no business is being transacted in bankers' long bills.
18005°—27




G

11 1
:8

$4. 84A-S4. 84K
4. 8 4 * - 4.85*
4. 85 4. 86A4. 85H4.
4. g 5 ^ _
4. 86%4. 8 6 * 4. 8 5 * 4. 85*—

4.86>A
4. 86^|
4. 86$^

4. 86J|
4.86U

4. 86%

4.86ft
4. 851|

84H- 4.85M

Comparison of the range of rates for call loans, 60-day time loans, and choice commercial paper loans in New
York annually for 1917 to 1926 is shown in the statement following:
Range of rates for money in New York annually, 1917 to 1926
1917

1919

1918

B

1921

1920

Range
Range
Range Range
Range Range
Range Range
Range Range
High Low for Defor
High Low for Defor
High Low for Defor
for
High Low for Defor
High Low for DeJanuary
cember
cember January
cember January
cember January
cember January
Call loans
Time loans (60 days)...
Commercial
paper
(choice)

10

3

2^-6
5 -6

6
6

2
5

~® ,

3M-6
s'A-e

3M

5 4 -5H

30
7

5 -5}f

SX

6

2
5

5«4-25
a -7

5 5^-6

d-20
7- 8
6

5 6 -7
7 7 -7$£

8

6 -8
6 -V-A

5

5 -5J£

6

25
SH

VA-%

5

5 -5K

9

w
K
O

o
1922

1924

1923

1926

1925

g

Range
Range Range
Range
Range Kange
Range Range
Range Range
High Low for DeHigh Low
for
for
High Low for Defor High Low for Defor
for
High Low for Defor
October
cember January
January
cember January
cember January
cember January

Call loans
3 -6
Time loans (60 days)...
Commercial paper
(choice)




6

2

*&

3K-5^

6

2

4^-5

5

2

4^-5

6

3

6

43/2-5

5Ji

2

2 -5J-2

IAZ

6

2

5

3H
VA

*H

4J4-6

4 -6

6

3

4 -6

H
W
O
f

§

3K
4 —4^

o

Q

BBPORT OF THE GOMPTBOLX.EB. OF THE CURRENCY

73

NEW YORK CLEARING HOUSE

Statistics compiled and furnished by Mr. Clarence E. Bacon,
Manager, New Tork Clearing House Association, for the year ended
September 30, 1926, indicates there were 33 banks comprising the
New York Clearing House Association, with capital of $347,500,000.
Clearings aggregated $293,443,346,915, an increase of $16,569,412,277 in the year, and balances were reported totaling $32,197,090,792,
as compared with $29,721,103,273 on September 30, 1925. The
average daily clearings were $968,459,891, and average daily balances
$106,261,026. The percentage of balances to clearings was 10.96.
CLEARING-HOUSE ASSOCIATIONS IN THE 12 FEDERAL RESERVE
BANK CITIES AND ELSEWHERE
Clearing-house transactions in the 12 Federal reserve cities in the
year ended September 30, 1926, aggregated $426,914,203,000 and
exceeded the amount in the previous year by $22,446,137,000. The
ratio of clearings by associations in the 12 Federal reserve bank cities
was 79.61 per cent of the total clearings of all associations in 243
reporting cities in the United States, in comparison with the ratio
of 80.05 per cent a year ago.
Clearings in excess of $1,000,000,000 are reported from 25 other
principal cities, the total of which amounted to $72,363,159,000, or
an increase of $5,735,316,000 over the clearings of the same cities the
year previous, when they totaled $66,627,843,000. The total amount
of clearings of all cities for the year was $536,243,351,000, as compared with $505,906,827,000 on September 30, 1925.
Tables showing the following information are published in the
appendix of this report: Comparative statement of the New York
Clearing House, annually since 1854; comparative statement of the
transactions of the New York Clearing House in years ended September 30, 1926 and 1925; exchange, balances, and percentages of balances to exchanges, etc., by the New York Clearing House annually
since 1893; comparative statement of the exchanges of clearing houses
of the United States by cities, for years ended September 30, 1928
and 1925, and comparative statement of transactions of clearinghouse associations in the 12 Federal reserve bank cities and elsewhere,
in years ended September 30, 1926 and 1925.
BANKS OTHER THAN NATIONAL
Through the cooperation and courtesy of officials of banking departments of the various States, Alaska, and insular possessions, the
comptroller is enabled to present in this report, as required by section
333, Eevised Statutes, statistics in relation to each class of reporting
banks other than national.




Officials of State banking departments and nuviber of each class of banks under their supervision in June, 1926, from which reports of
condition were received
Banks

States, etc.

John G. Smith
Arthur E. Dole
Robert C. Clark ._
George H. Newhall
J. B. Byrne

Maine

Connecticut
Total New England States

District of Columbia
Total Eastern States

,
,

Virginia

- .

North Carolina
Florida
Mississippi

Titles

Names of officials

.. ._

Texas
Arkansas
Tennessee
Total Southern States




State
(commereial)

Bank commissioner

.

Stock
savings

.

Loan
and
trust
companies

Mutual
savings

Private

Total

53
15
40
93
10
89

19

184

3

393

300

19

715

265
36
297
9
117

148
27
9
2
16

120
184
425
29
28
7

69
10
55

602

202

793

134

1,878

1

340
222
483
260
475
274
253

3

do

_
Frank H Warder
Edward S. Maxson
Peter G. Cameron
Harold W. Horsey..
George W. Page

37
53
19
196
12
76

Commissioner of banking and insurance

fit.at.«

h a p V rntnTniRsinpftr

.

,

...

do

724

Myron E. Bristow
H A Abbott
John Mitchell
W. W. Bradley
T. R. Bennett
Ernest Amos
J. S. Love
J. S. Brock
Charles 0. Austin
Loid Rainwater
C. E. Marvin
S. S. McConnell

._ _do

--

Commissioner, department of banking and securities..
Superintendent of banks

340
222
483
259
475
206
253
322
207
806
392
461
437
4,863

1
1
23
25

3

90
68
59
289

65

25

258
787
40
161
30

322
207

U5
2
.—
3

1

65

821
394
461
437

18

4,949

Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan
Wisconsin

-_

H. E. Scott..
Thomas D, Barr
Oscar Nelson
H. A. McPherson
Dwight T. Parker
A. J. Veigel
L. A. Andrew „
C. E. French

Superintendent of banks »
Bank commissioner. _
. .
Auditor of public accounts
Commissioner, department of banking..
Commissioner of banking
SiipArint-ATi'tentr, department of banMriE

.-- _ .

.

.. . .
,

Total Middle Western States
North Dakota
South Dakota

Oklahoma
Total Western States
California
Utah
Arizona
Total Pacific States
The Territory of Hawaii

6,563

Gilbert Semingson..
RnpfirinfcATiriftTit nf hanVs
F. R. Smith
Kirk Griggs
Roy L. Bone
Jay G. Larson _ _ Superintendent of banks .
W. P. Saunders. .
0. B. Mothersead

Total United States and insular
possessions
1

Not under State supervision.




438
352
878
974
128
60
168
32
368

...

Rt.fl.tp. hftjilr mrnmi-nAr

3,398

H. C. Johnson
Frank C. Bramweil...
J. F. Johnson
„_._
E. W. Porter
SethPixton
- A. T. Hammons

Supervisor of hanHng

ftnpfirintAnriAnt n f ^anVs ,

,

_

do
:
Commissioner, department of finance
State bank commissioner
State bank examiner
.
SnpArintAndRnt of hanlrs

„

247
165
259
88
85
21
29
894

W. G. Smith

SAArnt.ary, tArritorial hanlring )viard
Governor of Hawaii
. . _* __ . .
Treasurer

Total Alaska and insular posses-

657
540
1,385
581
803
973
361
1,263

. . . . .

.

.

3
S
4
2
782
788

175

7
5

21
15
20
18
122

»47
60
1

733
847
1,385
653
825
1,000
1,221
1,386

20

371

308

8,050

4
6

8

73
127

1

54
4
1

3
1
3
73

2
2
1
1

14

3,481

o

5
5
36
10
4
2

2

256
175
357
100
92
24
32

62

2

1,036

17
14

15
5
61

a

13

15

5

13
10
11
14

11

13
21
11
14

48

11

59

16,493

O

442
366
893
993
144
61
182
32
368

904

620

1,656

495

20,168

O

O

W
o
a
o

en

76

KEPOBT OF THE COMPTBOLLEB OF THE CUBBEKCY
STATE (COMMERCIAL) BANKS

The returns from 16,493 State (commercial) banks showed total
resources aggregating $16,579,656,000, which was an increase of
$600,418,000 over the resources reported on June 30, 1925, when
there were 490 more banks of this class.
Loans and discounts were increased from $9,282,839,000 to $9,703,248,000; overdrafts were reduced from $35,819,000 to $35,487,000,
and investments in United States Government securities and other
miscellaneous bonds and securities rose from $3,052,172,000 to
$3,220,400,000, an increase of $168,228,000 in the year.
Banking house, furniture and fixtures, valued at $454,801,000,
were $24,523,000 more than in the preceding year, and other real
estate owned increased $7,455,000, its estimated value in June of
this year being reported at $152,115,000.
Due from banks, $1,045,705,000, showed a decrease of $197,902,000
during the year; lawful reserve, $777,430,000, an increase of $169,989,000; checks and other cash items, $261,547,000, a decrease of
$61,818,000; exchanges for clearing house, $161,625,000, a reduction
of $37,244,000, and cash on hand, $405,372,000, an increase of $47,412,000. Other resources were increased from $302,208,000 to
$361,926,000, or $59,718,000 over the preceding year.
The capital stock of these associations was $1,092,424,000, an
increase of $30,160,000 over the capital on June 30, 1925, when it
aggregated $1,062,264,000. Surplus, $696,901,000, and undivided
profits, $254,767,000, were $52,481,000 and $27,779,000, respectively,
more than in June of last year.
Total deposits in the associations amounted to $13,832,837, which
was an increase of $430,820 in the year. The deposits include due
to banks $566,536,000, a decrease of $39,957,000; and United States
deposits $10,299,000, also a decrease of $6,627,000. Individual
deposits (time and demand) $13,158,075,000, and certified checks
and cashiers' checks outstanding, $97,927,000, showed increases of
$475,322,000 and $2,082,000, respectively.
Notes and bills rediscounted were increased from $59,124,000 to
$68,538,000, and bills payable from $244,782,000 to $247,666,000.
Other liabilities were also increased by $46,880,000, the total reported
aggregating $386,523,000.
A summary of the resources and liabilities of State (commercial)
banks, on the date indicated, follows:
Summary of reports of condition of 16,498 State (commercial) banks in the United
States at the close of business June SO, 1926
[In thousands of dollars]
RESOURCES

Loans and discounts:
On demand (secured by collateral other than real
estate)
296, 798
On demand (not secured by collateral)
102, 909
On time (secured by collateral other than real estate). 548, 613
On time (not secured by collateral)
688, 204
Secured by farm land
75, 905
Secured by other real estate
547, 698
Not classified..
7,443,121
Total.



9, 70S, 248

REPORT OP THE COMPTBOLLEE OP THE CUBBENCY

77

Overdrafts
Investments (including premiums on bonds):
United States Government securities
564, 182
State, county, and municipal bonds
266, 093
Railroad bonds..
60, 151
Bonds of other public service corporations (including
street and interurban railway bonds)
87, 292
Other bonds, stocks, warrants, etc
2, 242, 682

35,487

Total
Banking house (including furniture and
fixtures)
Other real estate owned
Due from banks
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank or other reserve agents
Checks and other cash items
Exchanges for clearing house
*.
Cash on hand:
Gold coin
13,704
Silver coin
20, 646
Paper currency
177, 880
Nickels and cents
1, 223
Not classified
191,919

3,220,400
454, 801
152, 115
1,045, 705
777, 430
261, 547
161, 625

Total

405, 372

Other resources

361, 926

Total resources

16, 579, 656
LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus
Undivided profits (less expenses and taxes naid)
Due to all banks
Certified checks and cashiers' checks
Individual deposits (including postal savings):
Demand deposits—
Individual deposits subject to check
Demand certificates of deposit
Dividends unpaid
Time deposits—
Savings deposits or deposits in interest or
savings department,
Time certificates of deposit
Postal savings deposits
Not classified
Total
United States deposits (exclusive of postal savings)
Notes and bills rediscounted
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)
Other liabilities

1, 092, 424
696,901
254, 767
666, 536
97,927
5, 501, 228
252, 120
12, 243
4, 293, 528
1, 454, 022
9, 586
1, 635, 348

Total liabilities

13,158, 075
10, 299
68, 538
247, 666
386, 523
16, 579, 656

LOAN AND TRUST COMPANIES

The resources of 1,656 loan and trust companies on June 30,
1926, were $12,205,196,000 and showed an increase of $639,647,000
over the returns from 24 more companies on June 30, 1925, whea
resources were $11,565,549,000.
With the exception of balances due from correspondent banks and
bankers, $463,113,000, lawful reserve with Federal reserve banks or
reserve agents, $730,494,000, and overdrafts, $3,438,000, all other
items of resources showed increases, the largest appearing in loans
and discounts, which were shown in the aggregate of $6,754,087,000.



78

BEPOET OF THE COMPTBOLLEB OF THE CUBBENCY

Investments, which include United States Government securities
and other miscellaneous bonds and securities, totaled $2,806,780,000,
an increase of $5,434,000.
Banking house, furniture and fixtures increased from $248,221,000
to $265,819,000, and other real estate from $46,776,000 to $47,607,000.
Checks and other cash items of $484,051,000 were increased in the
sum of $16,082,000; exchanges for clearing house, $45,708,000,
increased $10,691,000, and cash on hand, $170,542,000, showed, an
increase of $10,437,000 over June 30, 1925, when the cash amounted
to $160,105,000. Other resources showed an increase of $3,042,000.
All liabilities reported by these companies on June 30, 1926, showed
large increases over June 30, 1925, with the exception of amounts
due to correspondent banks and bankers, which showed a decrease
of $17,423,000. The largest increase was shown in individual
deposits, which rose from $8,536,860,000 to $8,900,928,000.
Capital stock aggregated $672,959,000, an increase of $29,508,000,
surplus was $814,250,000, an increase of $91,041,000, and undivided
profits of $179,955,000 showed an increase of $20,919,000.
Total deposits amounted to $9,839,429,000, and included in addition to the bank balances and individual deposits referred to above,
certified checks and cashiers' checks outstanding of $51,180,000, an
increase of $9,873,000, and United States deposits of $33,024,000, an
increase of $17,283,000. Notes and bills rediscounted, $44,047,000,
and bills payable, $124,019,000, showed increases in the year of
$9,803,000 and $28,232,000, respectively. Other liabilities were
increased $86,343,000.
The resources and liabilities of loan and trust companies June 30,
1926, are shown in the following statement:
Summary of reports of condition of 1,656 loan and trust companies in the United
States at the close of business June SO, 1926
[In thousands of dollars]
RESOURCES

Loans and discounts:
On demand (secured by collateral other than real
estate)
771, 106
On demand (not secured by collateral)
189, 570
On time (secured by collateral other than real
estate)
402, 941
On time (not secured by collateral)
913, 873
Secured by farm land
18, 464
Secured by other real estate
.-652, 898
Not classified
3, 805, 235
Total..
6, 754, 087
Overdrafts
3, 438
Investments (including premiums on bonds):
United States Government securities
344, 681
State, county, and municipal bonds
126, 233
. Railroad bonds
277,521
Bonds of other public service corporations (including street and interurban railway bonds)
211, 776
Other bonds, stocks, warrants, etc
1, 846, 569
Total..
Banking house (including furniture and
Other real estate owned
Due from banks



fixtures)

2, 806, 780
265, 819
47, 607
463, 113

79

BEPOKT OF THE COMPTROLLER 01? THE CUKBENCY
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank or other reserve agents
Checks and other cash items
Exchanges for clearing house,—
Cash on hand:
Gold coin
4, 575
Silver coin
4, 488
Paper currency
107, 268
Nickels and cents
725
Not classified
53, 486

730, 494
484, 051
45, 708

Total
Other resources.
Total resources

170, 542
433, 557
12,205,196
LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus
Undivided profits (less expenses and taxes paid)
Due to all banks
Certified checks and cashiers' checks
Individual deposits (including postal savings):
Demand deposits—
Individual deposits subject to check
2, 769, 218
Demand certificates of deposit
87, 265
Dividends unpaid
7, 483
Time deposits—
Sayings deposits, or deposits in interest or savings department
2, 752, 951
Time certificates of deposit
.
192, 591
Postal savings deposits
13, 368
Not classified
3, 078, 052
Total
United States deposits (exclusive of postal savings)
Notes and bills rediscounted
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)
Other liabilities

672. 959
81< 250
179, 955
854, 297
51, 180

8, 900,928
33, 024
44, 047
124, 019
530, 537

Total liabilities

12,205, 196

PRINCIPAL ITEMS OF RESOURCES AND LIABILITIES OF LOAN
AND TRUST COMPANIES IN JUNE OF EACH YEAR, 1914 TO 1926

The principal items of resources and liabilities of loan and trust
companies for years ended June 3'0, 1914 to 1926, inclusive, are
shown in the statement following:
[In millions of dollars]
Year

Number

1914
1916
1017
1918
1919
1920
1821
1922
1923-.
1924
1925..
1926

1,564
1,664
1,606
1,608
1,669
1,377
1,408
1,474
1,550
1,643
1,664
1,680
1,656

' Including overdrafts.




Loans l
2,905. 7
3,048. 6
3,704.3
4,311. 7
4, 403. 8
4, 091. 0
4, 601. 5
4, 277.1
4, 345. 4
5,064. 1
5, 299. 0
6,126. 6
6, 757. 5

Investments
1, 261. 3
1, 349. 6
1, 605. 4
1, 789. 7
2, J15.6
2,069. 9
1, 902.1
1, 942. 6
2,311.1
2,423. 8
2, 74S. 4
2,801. 3
2, S06. 8

Capital
462.2
476.8
475.8
505.5
525. 2
450.4
475.7
515.5
532.3
591.4
623.0
643.4
673.0

Surplus
and profits
664.4
577.4
005.5
641.8
646.9
588.6
612.1
649.5
680.2
739.9
813.2
882.2
994.2

4, 289.1
4,604.0
5,732. 4
6,413.1
6,493. 3
6,157. 2
6, 518.0
6,175. 0
6,861. 2
6,831.0
7,785. 3
9,465. 6
9,839. 4

5,489. S
5,873.1
7,028.2
7,899.3
8,317. 4
7,959.9
8,320.0
8,181.0
8,533.8
9,499.2
10,323.8
11,665.6
12, 205.2

80

BEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

STOCK SAVINGS BANKS

Statistics were received from 904 stock savings banks for June 30,
1926, showing total resources of $2,196,427,000. There were 68
fewer banks of this class in 1926 than in the previous year, but
resources had increased in the sum of $103,302,000.
Loans and discounts of $1,409,868,000 were increased by
$45,147,000, overdrafts reduced $230,000, and total investments in
United States and other bonds and securities owned were
$504,098,000, or $74,264,000 more than in the preceding year.
Banking house, furniture and fixtures aggregated $52,302,000, as
compared with $56,148,000 in the previous year, but other real
estate owned had increased* $2,878,000, the total in the current year
being reported at $24,413,000.
Amounts due from correspondent banks and bankers showed a
reduction of $5,210,000, lawful reserve with the Federal reserve bank
and other reserve agents, an increase of $2,306,000, and checks and
other cash items an increase of $994,000. Exchanges for clearing
house and cash on hand showed reductions of $623,000 and $2,509,000,
respectively. The other resources were also reduced from $19,503,000
to $9,634,000.
Paid-in capital stock of these associations was $85,153,000, an
increase of $1,395,000, and surplus, $47,833,000, increased $2,940,000,
while the undivided profits, $20,217,000, showed a reduction aggregating $1,270,000.
Total deposit liabilities, which were $2,031,075,000, increased in
the sum of $104,739,000 over those reported the year previous, the
largest increase being shown in individual deposits which had increased
from $1,918,230,000 to $2,021,614,000. Balances due. to all banks
increased $8,001,000, while certified checks and cashiers' checks of
$502,000 were less by $194,000 than those outstanding in June of 1925.
Notes and bills rediscounted with the Federal reserve bank and
elsewhere increased $1,870,000, and bills payable showed a decrease
from $8,732,000 to $3,375,000. Other liabilities were also reduced
by $1,015,000.
A summary of the resources and liabilities of these associations on
the date indicated follows:
Summary of reports of condition of 904 stock savings banks in the United Slates
at the close of business June SO, 19S6
[In thousands of dollars]
RESOT3KCB8

Loans and discounts:
On demand (secured by collateral other than real
estate)
6,829
On demand (not secured by collateral)
.
577
On time (secured by collateral other than real estate).
5, 619
On time (not secured by collateral)
11, 962
Secured by farm land
3, 103
Secured by other real estate
21, 896
Not classified
1,359,882
Total




_

1,409,868

EEPOBT OF THE COMPTBOLLEB OF THE CURRENCY
Overdrafts
Investments (including premiums on bonds) :
United States Government securities
State, county, and municipal bonds
Railroad bonds
Bonds of other public service corporations (including
street and interurban railway bonds)
Other bonds, stocks, warrants, etc

81
308

173, 907
3, 793
9, 977
2, 936
313, 395

Total..
Banking house (including furniture and fixtures)
Other real estate owned
Due from banks
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank or other reserve agents
Checks and other cash items
Exchanges for clearing house
Cash on hand:
Gold coin
2, 879
Silver coin
13
Paper currency
1, 395
Nickels and cents
76
Not classified
22, 553
Total
Other resources
Total resources

504,098
52, 302
24, 413
118,657
34, 443
12, 045
3, 745

26,916
9, 634
2, 196,427
LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus
Undivided profits (less expenses and taxes paid)
Due to all banks
Certified checks and cashiers' cheeks
Individual deposits (including postal savings):
Demand deposits—
Individual deposits subject to check
123, 329
Demand certificates of deposit
4, 749
Dividends unpaid
66
Time deposits—
Savings deposits, or deposits in interest or savings
department
1, 623, 010
Time certificates of deposit
123, 632
Postal savings deposits
12, 483
Not classified
134, 345

85, 153
47,833
20, 217
8, 959
502

Total
2,021,614
Notes and bills rediscounted
1, 911
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money
borrowed)
3,375
Other liabilities
6, 863
Total liabilities

2, 196, 427
MUTUAL SAVINGS BANKS

The total resources of 620 mutual savings banks on June 30, 1926,
amounted to $8,422,307,000, as compared with resources of 611 banks
on June 30, 1925, which aggregated $7,913,039,000. With the exception of cash on hand all items of resources in the current year were
increased over those reported in 1925.
Loans and discounts, which were higher by $440,523,000, aggregated $4,623,594,000, and investments in United States Government



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and other bonds and securities, $3,406,104,000, showed an increase
of $54,942,000.
Banking house, furniture and fixtures were increased from
$76,290,000 to $82,436,000, and other real estate increased $4,761,000,
or from $6,017,000 to $10,778,000.
Due from banks and bankers, $211,258,000, and checks and other
cash items, $1,364,000, were more by $9,461,000 and $463,000,
respectively, than shown in the previous year. Exchanges for
clearing house also increased from $212,000 to $399,000. As above
referred to cash on hand of $29,600,000 showed a reduction of
$10,759,000 in the year. Other resources showed an increase of
$3,544,000.
Surplus of $702,974,000 and undivided profits of $128,875,000 were
increased in the sums of $69,798,000 and $12,352,000, respectively.
Total deposit liabilities were $7,577,623,000, and were $425,820
higher than in the previous period, the largest increase appearing in
individual deposits, which rose from $7,146,951,000 to $7,577,504,000.
Due to banks showed a decrease of $4,166,000, and certified checks
and cashiers' checks outstanding a decrease of $567,000. Bills
payable were also reduced to $173,000 and other liabilities increased
$1,471,000.
Summary of resources and liabilities of these banks follows:
Summary of reports of condition of 680 mutual savings banks in the United States
at the close of business June SO, 1926
[In thousands of dollars]
RESOURCES

Loans and discounts:
On demand (secured by collateral other than real
estate)
19, 745
On time (secured by collateral other than real
estate
8, 838
On time (not secured by collateral)
7, 026
Secured by farm land
457
Secured by other real estate
695, 613
Not classified
3, 891, 915
Total
4, 623, 594
Investments (including premiums on bonds):
United States Government securities
503, 009
State, county, and municipal bonds
226, 145
Railroad bonds
646,836
Bonds of other public service corporations (including street and interurban railway bonds)
275", 593
Other bonds, stocks, warrants, etc
1, 754, 521

Total

Banking house (including furniture and fixtures)
Other real estate owned
Due from banks
Checks and other cash items
Exchanges for clearing house
Cash on hand:
Gold coin.
Silver coin
Paper currency
Nickels and cents
Not classified
Total...
Other resources
Total resources



rrmmm
±

3,406,104

82, 436
10, 778
211, 258
1, 364
399

1, 491
131
5, 716
28
22, 234
29, 600
56, 774
8, 422, 307

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LIABILITIES

Surplus
"ndivided profits (less expenses and taxes paid)
_
. '
Undivided pr ~'
Due to all banks
.
1
Certified checks and cashiers' checks
Individual deposits (including postal savings):
Demand deposits—
Individual deposits subject to check
17, 084
Time deposits—
Savings deposits, or deposits in interest or
savings department
7, 558, 190
Time certificates of deposit
478
Not classified
1, 752

702, 974
128, 875
' 99
20

Total..7, 577, 504
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money
borrowed)
345
Other liabilities.
12,490
Total liabilities

8, 422,307

DEPOSITORS AND DEPOSITS IF MUTUAL AND STOCK SAVINGS
BANKS
On June 30, 1926, the individual deposits in 1,524 mutual and
stock savings banks aggregated $9,599,118,000, and were $533,937,000
more than reported by these associations in June of last year. Depositors numbering 15,161,799 were increased 505,272 in the year, notwithstanding there were 59 fewer associations of these classes, and
the average amount due each depositor in mutual savings banks
was $685.51, and in stock savings banks $492.13, as compared with
$673.21 and $474.77, respectively, in the preceding year.
Statements showing information relative to the number of mutual
and stock savings banks in each State, the number of depositors,
the amount of deposits, the average amount due each depositor, and
the per cent rates of interest paid by banks in each State, June 30,
1925 and 1926, with similar information for each year 1914 to 1926,
follow:




Number of mutual savings banks, number of depositors, individual deposits, and average deposit account, by States, June SO, 1925 and 1986
1925
States

Maine
New Hampsire
Vermont *
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut.

Number Depositors
of banks

.

Deposits

1926
Average
due each
depositor

'38
42
19
196
•14
76

Maryland..
Total Eastern States
Ohio
Wisconsin..
Minnesota

—

—

-

Total Middle Western States
Washington California

...

3,531,458,000
218,605,000
366,197,000
21,804,000
154,156,000

788.81
518.69
705.12
480.87
604.52

5,754,634

4,282,220,000

744.15

5

97,830
33,387
15,675
131,194

77,346,000
19,524,000
5,764,000
56,985,000

790.62
584.78
367.72
434.36

278,086

159,619,000

573.99

I

60,866
67,977

35,099,000
75,894,000

576.66
1,116.47

110,993,000

10,616,215

7,146,951,000

Total Pacific States
Total United States

-

1

Per cent
rate of in- Number Depositors
terest paid ofbanks

582.33

128,843

Pennsylvania

2,594,119,000

4,476,950
421,534
505,157
45,343
305,650

20

New York

4,454,752

3
5

Total New England States

$468.65
587.67
66a 41
589.83
661.95
622.75

201

-

$108,715,000
141,092,000
84,047,000
1,608,380,000
146,491,000
506,394,000

385

. _

231,977
240,089
127,264
2,822,571
221,301
•811,550

147
27
9
2
16

..

6U

Deposits




Average
due each
depositor

37
'53
19
196
•12
76

231,457
323,983
127,943
2,878,058
215,462
846,608

$110,228,000
184,835,000
88,484,000
1,701,852.000
144,526,000
533,533,000

$476.24
570.51
691,59
591.32
670.77
630.20

393

4,623,511

2,763,458,000

148
27
9
2
16

4,635,134
441,074
569,662
46,426
312,486

806.64
521.01
659.87
486.58
606.66

202

6,004,682

4,524,947,000

• 104,108
33,374
17,205
130,708

82,310,000
20,438,000
6,393,000
61,027,000

790.62
612.39
371.68
466.90

20

285,395

170,168,000

596.25

4
1

69,958
70,340

42,072,000
76,859.000

601.39
1,092,68

861.46

5

140,208

118,931,000

847.70

673.21

620

11,053,886

7,577,504,000

4.00
3.79
4.50
4.64
4.00
4.52

I

753.57

3
5
7
5

Per cent
rate of interest paid

597.70

3,738,426,000
229,802,000
375,837,000
22,590,000
158,292,000

685.51

4.00
4.13
4.43
4.58
4.17
4.40

4.11
3.93
3.84
4.00
4.00

4.00
4.50
3.75
4.25

5.00
4.00

Figures as of June 27.
' Includes savings of 12 trust companies and 11 guaranty savings banks in cpmformitjr withfiguresreceived from State bank commissioner.
Includes business of branches.
• Sept 30,1924.
s Estimated.

2

00

o
"3

o
4.17
3.96
3.98
4.00
4.00

4.00
5 4.50
3.50
4.25

• «5.00
4.00

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3
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*

Number of stock savings banks, number of depositors, individual deposits, and average deposit account, by States, June SO, 1985 and 1986
1926

1925
States
Number
Depositors
of banks

Deposits

Average
due each
depositor

Per cent
rate of interest paid

New Hampshire-

11

37,069

$17,627,000

$475. 52

1
1
24

43,027
4,139
100,609

22,909,000
2,146, 000
32,848,000

532. 43
518. 48
326.49

4.00
3.00
3.30

26

147,775

57, 903,000

391. 83

Deposits

Average
due each
depositor

Per cent
rate of interest paid

Total Eastern States

g
§

4.00

New Jersey
Pennsylvania
District of Columbia-.

Number Depositors
of banks

1
1
23

42,467
4,103
116,443

$24,078,000
2,220,000
34,477,000

$566.98
541.07
296.08

25

163,013

60, 775,000

372.82

4.00
3.00
3.27

w
ta

o
o

3

5, 220

1,713,000

328.16

4.00

3

6,361

2,158,000

339.25

4.00

4
2
>825

19,868
' 20,622
' 1,327,000

14,463,000
11,949,000
385, 500,000

727.95
579. 43
290.50

3.75
4.25
4.00

4
2
782

19,868
» 16,007
1,327,000

16,079,000
11,926,000
375,305,000

809.29
705.39
282.82

3.50
4.25
4.00

S

831

11, 3C7, 490

411,912,000

301. 22

788

1,363,775

403,310,000

295.73

15,856

4, 348,000

274.22

4.00

15

15, 515

4,325,000

278. 76

4.00

ft)

6
171
3
1
5

12, 666
2,378,082
58,402
3,400
1G, 352

4,821,000
1,389,393,000
20,247,000
3, 754,000
6,732,000

364.83
584.25
358.98
1,104.12
410. 47

3.50
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00

5
3
1

9,858
2,475,720
55,228
3,650
14,793

3,218,000
1,516,959,000
20,647,000
4,223,000
5,999,000

326.44
612. 73
373. 85
1,156. 99
405.53

3.40
4.0C
4.0C
4.0C
3.84

Total Pacific States

86

2,468,902

1,424,727,000

577. 54

73

2,559,249

1,551,046,000

806.06

Total United States

972

4,040,312

1,918, 230, OOu

474. 77

904

4,107,913

2,021,614,000

492.13

Florida
Michigan
Iowa _ _ Total Middle Western States

lo !

Nebraska
Oregon . , .
Utah

.

.
.

Arizona

1 Revised.
> Estimated.




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Figures as of May 1.
* liidudes savings business of departmental banks.

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OP THE CUBRENCY

Number of savings banks (mutual and stock) in the United States, number of depositors, amount of individual deposits, and average amount due each depositor
in years ended June SO, 1914, to 1926, inclusive
Banks

Year

1914—Mutual savings banks.
Stock savings banks
1915—Mutual savings banks.
Stock savings banks
1916—Mutual savings banks.
Stock savings banks
1917—Mutual savings banks.
Stock savings banks....
1918—Mutual savings banks.
Stock savings banks
1919—Mutual savings banks.
Stock savings banks
1920—Mutual savings banks.
Stock savings banks
1921—Mutual savings banks.
Stock savings banks
1922—Mutual savings banks.
Stock savings banks....
1923—Mutual savings banks.
Stock savings banks...
1924—Mutual savings banks.
Stock savings banks...
1925—Mutual savings banks.
Stock savings banks—
1926—Mutual savings banks.
Stock savings banks
1

Depositors

634
1,466
630
1,629
622
1,242
622
1,185
625
1,194
622
1,097
620
1,087
623
978
619
1,066
618
1,029
613
990
611
972620
904

Dividends unpaid included.

Deposits'

8,277,359 $3, 915, 555,286
1,018,330,071
2,832,140
8,307,787 3,950,585,631
1,046,096,917
2,977,968
8,592,271 4,187,916,941
901,936,188
2,556,121
8,935,055 4,422,489,344
996,165,031
2,431,958
9,011,464 . 4,422,092,991
1,049,694,890
2,368,089
8,948,808 4,751,300,000
i, 152,127,000
2,486,073
5,186,952,000
9,445,327
1,351, 242, 000
1,982,229
5,575,147,000
9,619,260
442,851,000
1,118,583
5,779,506,000
9,655,861
1,401,742,000
2,883,136
6,288,551,000
10,057,438
1,609,358,000
3,282,897
6,693,246,000
10,409,776
1,746,609,000
3,562,017
7,146,951,000
10,616,215
1,918,230,000
'4,040,312
7,577,504,000
11,053,886
4,107,913 2,021,614,000

Average
due each
depositor
$473.04
359.56
475.53
351.28
487.40
352.85
494.96
409.61
490.72
443.27
63a 94
463.43
549.16
681.68
579.58
395.90
598.55
486.19
625.26
49a 22
642.98
49a 34
673.21
> 474.77
685.61
492.13

'Revised.

PEIVATE BANKS

The returns from 495 reporting private banks show resources
aggregating $174,152,000, an increase of $18,929,000 over the resources of 523 reporting private banks on June 30, 1925. In the
States of Texas, Michigan, and Iowa private banks are not under
State supervision and figures for the current year were obtained
from but 122 of approximately 395 banks of this class operating in
the States mentioned.
Loans and discounts of the reporting banks were $92,559,000, as
compared with $79,667,000 in June of 1925. Overdrafts, $520,000,
were reduced $310,000 and investments in United States and other
miscellaneous bonds and securities, $35,506,000, were $351,000 more
than in the preceding year.
Banking house, furniture and fixtures showed a reduction from
$4,895,000 to $4,850,000, while other real estate increased from
$5,307,000 to $8,135,000. Amounts due from banks, $20,894,000,
were $1,588,000 higher than in the preceding year; lawful reserve
was reduced $291,000; checks and other cash items reduced $40,000,
and exchanges for clearing house was reduced $126,000. Cash on
hand showed an increase from $3,832,000 to $4,139,000. Other
resources were likewise increased in the sum of $1,775,000.
Capital of $9,895,000 showed a reduction of $908,000 and is probably accounted for, in part, to the fact that 28 fewer banks reported
in 1926 than in June of the previous year. The surplus funds and
undivided profits, however, increased in the sums of $2,403,000 and
$76,000, respectively.



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87

The total deposit liabilities were increased from $127,479,000 to
$133,249,00(5, the largest increase being shown in individual deposits,
which rose from $126,236,000 to $131,763,000.
Balances due to banks and bankers increased $185,000, and certified checks and cashiers' checks outstanding increased $58,000.
Notes and bills rediscounted showed a reduction of $279,000, but
bills payable increased $8,497,000. Other liabilities showed an increase
of $3,370,000.
Summary of the resources and liabilities of these banks follows:
Summary of reports of condition of 496 private banks in the United States at the
close of business June SO, 1926
(In thousands of dollars)
RESOURCES

Loans and discounts:
On demand (secured by collateral other than real estate).- 1, 069
On demand (not secured by collateral)
1, 152
On time (secured by collateral other than real estate)
8, 020
On time (not secured by collateral)
8, 054
Secured by farm land
4, 112
Secured by other real estate
2, 244
Not classified
,
67, 908
Total
Overdrafts
Investments (including premiums on bonds):
United States Government securities
State, county, and municipal bonds
Railroad bonds
.
Bonds of other public service corporations (including street
and interurban railway bonds)
Other bonds, stocks, warrants, etc

92,559
520
5, 331
829
308
632
28, 406

Total
Banking house (including furniture and
fixtures)
Other real estate owned
Due from banks
.
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank or other reserve agents
Checks and other cash items
Exchanges for clearing house
Cash on hand:
Gold coin
.
193
Silver coin
139
Paper currency
1,791
Nickels and cents
25
Not classified...
1, 991
Total.
Other resources
Total resources
18005°—27
7




.—

35,506
4, 850
8,135
20,894
3, 048
607
74

4,139
3, 820
174,152

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LIABILITIES

Capital paid in
,.
9, 895
Surplus
11,111
Undivided profits (less expenses and taxes paid)
1, 770
Due to all banks
1, 258
Certified checks and cashiers' checks
228
Individual deposits (including postal savings):
Demand deposits—
Individual deposits subject to check
43, 306
Demand certificates of deposit
11, 493
Dividends unpaid
596
Time deposits—
Savings deposits, or deposits in interest or savings department
33, 450
Time certificates of deposit
20, 429
Not classified
22, 489
Total
131,763
Notes and bills rediscounted
:
337
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed)
10,948
Other liabilities
6, 842
Total liabilities

174, 152

ALL REPORTING BANKS OTHER THAN NATIONAL
A summary of the combined returns of 20,168 reporting banks
other than national June 30, 1926, showed aggregate resources of
$39,577,738,000, and exceeded the returns from 20,769 associations
on June 30, 1925, in the sum of $1,871,564,000.
Loans and discounts of $22,583,356,000 were $1,550,273,000 more
than in the preceding year; overdrafts of $39,751,000 showed a
reduction of $1,156,000, and total investments in bonds and securities
were increased from $9,669,669,000 to $9,972,888,000.
Banking house, furniture and fixtures, $860,208,000, were
$44,376,000 more in the current year, and other real estate owned,
$243,048,000, was increased by $18,753,000.
Balances due from correspondent banks and bankers, including
lawful reserve with the Federal reserve bank or other reserve agents
amounted to $3,405,042,000, and showed a decrease of $75,565,000;
checks and other cash items a reduction of $44,319,000, and exchanges
for clearing house a reduction of $27,115,000. Cash on hand was
increased $44,888,000, or from $591,681,000 to $636,569,000. Other
resources showed an increase of $58,210,000.
With the exception of amounts due to correspondent banks and
bankers, which showed a reduction of $53,360,000, all liability items
showed increases over the returns of the preceding year.
The paid-in capital stock aggregating $1,860,431,000 showed an
increase of $60,155,000; surplus of $2,273,069,000, an increase of
$218,663,000, and undivided profits of $585,584,000 showed an
increase of $59,856,000.
The amount of individual deposits rose from $30,411,030,000 to
$31,789,884,000, certified checks and cashiers' checks outstanding
were more by $11,252,000, and United States deposits of $43,323,000
showed an increase of $4,204,000 in the year. The liability on
account of notes and bills rediscounted, $114,833,000, and other
obligations representing money borrowed, $386,353,000, were in


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creased in the year $20,808,000 and $34,083,000, respectively. Other
liabilities were increased by $137,049,000.
The summary following shows resources and liabilities of all
reporting banks other than national:
Summary of reports of condition of £0,168 State, savings, 'private banks, and loan
and trust companies in the United States, Alaska, and insular possessions at the
close of business June SO, 1926
[In thousands of dollars]
EESOUBCES

Loans and discounts:
On demand (secured by collateral other than real
estate)..
1,095,547
On demand (not secured by collateral)
294, 208
On time (secured by collateral other than real
estate)
974, 031
On time (not secured by collateral)
1, 629, 119
Secured by farm land
102, 041
Secured by other real estate
1, 920, 349
Not classified
16,568,061
Total
22,583,356
Overdrafts
,
39, 751
Investments (including premiums on bonds):
United States Government securities
1, 591, 200
State, county, and municipal bonds
623, 093
Railroad bonds
994, 793
Bonds of other public service corporations (including street and interurban railway bonds)
578, 229
Other bonds, stocks, warrants, etc
6, 185, 573
Total
9,972,888
Banking house (including furniture and
fixtures)
860, 208
Other real estate owned
243, 048
Due from banks
1, 859,627
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank or other reserve agents
1, 545, 415
Checks and other cash items
759, 614
Exchanges for clearing house
211, 551
Cash on hand:
Gold coin
22, 842
Silver coin
25, 417
Paper currency
294, 050
Nickels and cents
2, 077
Not classified
292, 183
Total

636,569

Other resources

865, 711

Total resources

39, 577, 738
LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus
Undivided profits (less expenses and taxes paid)
Due to all banks
Certified checks and cashiers' checks




1,860,431
2,273,069
585, 584
1,431,149
149, 857

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BEPOBT OF THE COMPTEOLI^EB OF THE CUBBENCY

Individual deposits (including postal savings):
Demand deposits—
Individual deposits subject to check
Demand certificates of deposit
Dividends unpaid
".
Time deposits—
Savings deposits, or deposits in interest or savings department
Time certificates of deposit.- .
Postal savings deposits
Not classified
-

8, 454, 165
355, 627
20, 388
16, 261,129
1, 791,152
35, 437
4, 871, 986

Total
31, 789, 884
United States deposits (exclusive of postal savings)
43, 323
Notes and bills rediscounted
114, 833
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money
borrowed)
386, 353
Other liabilities
—
943, 255
Total liabilities

39,577,738

The resources and liabilities of each class of reporting banks, other
than national, June 30, 1926, are shown in the following table:
Resources and liabilities of 20,168 State {commercial) banks, loan and trust companies, savings and private banks, June SO, 1926
[In thousands of dollars]
16,493
loan
State (com- 1,656 trust
and
mercial) companies
banks

620
mutual
savings
banks

904 stock
savings
banks

495
private
banks

20,168
total
banks

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts
Overdrafts
Investments (including premiums on bonds).
Banking house (including furniture and fixtures)
Other real estate owned
Due from banks
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank or other reserve
agents
.
Checks and other cash iteni3
Exchanges for clearing house
Cash on hand
Other resources
.
Total resources...

9,703,248
35,487

6,754,087
3,438

4,623,594

1,409,868
306

92,559
520

22,683,356
39,781

3,220,400

2,806,780

3,406,104

504,098

35,606

9,972,888

454,801
152,115
1,045,705

265,819
47,607
463,113

82,436
10, 778

62,302
24,413
118,657

4,850
8,135
20,894

860,208
243,048
1,869,627

777,430
261, 647
161, 625
405, 372
361, 926

730,494
484,051
45,708
170,542
433, 557

399

29,600
56,774

34,443
12,045
3,745
26,916
9,634

3,048
607
74
4>139
3,820

1,546,416
769,614
211,551
636,569
865,711

16,579,656

12, 205,196

8,422, 307

2,186,427

174,162

39,577,738

672,959
814,250

702,974

85,153
47,833

11,111

1,860,431
2,273,068

179,955
854,297

128,875
99

20,217
8,959

1,770
1,258

685,584
1,431,149

97,927

51,180

20

502

228

149,857

13,158,075

8, 900,928

7,577,604

2,021,614

131,763

31,789,884

10,299
68,538

33,024
44,047

1,911

337

43,323
114,833

247,666
386,523

124, 018
530, 537

345
12,490

3,376
6,863

10,948
6,842

386,353
943,255

16,679,656

12,205,196

8,422,307

2,196,427

174,162

39,877,738

211,258
1,364

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus
Unaivided profits (less expenses
and taxes paid)
Due to all banks
Certified checks and cashiers'
checks
Individual deposits (including
dividends unpaid and postal
savings)
United States deposits (exclusive of postal savings)
Notes and bills rediscounted
Bills payable (including advances received from War Finance Corporation and certificates of deposit representing
money borrowed)...
Other liabilities.
Total liabilities...




1,092,424
696,901 |
254,767 '
566,636

91

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

PEINCIPAL ITEMS OF RESOURCES AND LIABILITIES OF ALL
REPORTING BANKS OTHER THAN NATIONAL ON OR ABOUT
JUNE 30, 1922-1926
The principal items of resources and liabilities of reporting banks
other than national, for years ended on or about June*30, 1922 to
1926, are shown in the statement following:
Consolidated returns from State (commercial), savings, private banks, and loan and
trust companies
[In thousands of dollars)
Items
Loans '
Investments
Cash.
Capital
Surplus and undivided profits.
..
.
Deposits (individual).
Eesources
1

1922

1923

1924

1925

16,601,393 18,459, 327 19, 359,419 21, 073, 990
7,984, 242 8,602, 844 9,086,417
9,669, 669
503, 711
505, 993
566, 281
591, 681
1, 636, 734
1,723,476
1, 780,192
1,800, 276
2, 090, 012 2, 206, 818 2, 356,855 2,580,134
23.929,962 25, 990, 735 28,100,938 30,411,030
I 29,719,357 32, 523.145 34, 678, 771 37, 706,174

1926
22,623,107
9,972,888
636, 569
1,860,431
2,858,653
31,789,884
39,577,738

Including overdrafts.

RESOURCES AND LIABILITIES OF ALL REPORTING BANKS IN
THE UNITED STATES, ALASKA, AND INSULAR POSSESSIONS
On June 30, 1926, there were 28,146 reporting banks of all classes in
the continental United States, Alaska, and insular possessions, with
combined resources of $64,893,362,000, which was an increase of
$2,836,325,000 over resources of 28,841 reporting bankson June 30,1925.
Loans and discounts aggregated $36,233,490,000, an increase of
$2,349,757,000, and overdrafts of $49,470,000 showed a reduction of.
$789,000. Investments in United States Government and other
bonds and securities in the sum of $15,815,141,000, were $415,028,000
more than the year previous.
Banking house, furniture and fixtures, with an estimated value of
$1,493,050,000, and other real estate owned, amounting to $358,917,000,
showed, increases of $91,951,000 and $23,431,000, respectively.
Balances due from correspondent banks and bankers totaling
$3,842,475,000 was a reduction of $213,007,000, while lawful reserve
with the Federal reserve bank or elsewhere, $2,926,586,000, increased
by $207,676,000 in the year. Checks and other cash items of
$926,109,000 showed a reduction of $28,068,000, and exchanges for
clearing house, $1,111,452,000, was less by $115,508,000. Cash on
hand increased from $951,286,000 to $996,520,000. Other resources
were increased in the sum of $60,620,000.
The paid-in capital stock of all reporting banks was $3,273,303,000,
and exceeded the amount reported a year ago by $103,592,000,
although there were 695 fewer reporting banks in June of the current
year. Surplus aggregating $3,471,968,000 showed an increase of.
$298,634,000 and undivided profits of $1,063,171,000, an increase of
$55,732,000. Reserve for taxes, interest, etc., accrued deducted from
undivided profits of national banks, and reported only by this
class of associations, amounted to $64,618,000, as compared with
),078,000 in June, 1925.



92

BEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

The deposit liabilities aggregated $54,056,377,000, and were
$2,073,445,000 more than reported in the preceding year. Included
in deposits are amounts due to all banks, $4,330,605,000, and certified checks and cashiers' checks outstanding, $655,649,000, which
showed decreases of $40,304,000 and $43,212,000, respectively, while
individual deposits of $48,882,296,000 were increased $2,116,354,000,
and United States deposits of $187,827,000 showed an increase
amounting to $40,607,000.
Liability for money borrowed on account of rediscounts was
$383,634,000, and exceeded the amount of this item a year ago by
$55,735,000, and bills payable totaling $640,160,000 was increased
$42,783,000. Other liabilities were also increased $199,203,000.
A summary of the resources and liabilities of these banks follows,
together with a statement showing population of each State, number
of reporting banks, resources and liabilities, and classifications of
loans and discounts, investments, cash, and deposits, June 30, 1926,
with a recapitulation by classes of banks:
SUMMARY OF THE COMBINED RETURNS FROM A l l REPORTING
BANKS IN THE UNITED STATES, ALASKA, AND INSULAR
POSSESSIONS, JUNE 30, 1926
Summary of reports of condition of 28,146 reporting banks in the United States,
Alaska, and insular possessions at the close of business June SO, 1926
[In thousands of dollars]
RESOURCES

Loans and discounts:
On demand (secured by collateral other than real
estate)
3, 473, 823
On demand (not secured by collateral)
1, 069, 315
On time (secured by collateral other than real
estate)
4, 090, 406
On time (not secured by collateral)
7, 973, 254
Secured by farm land
354, 124
Secured by other real estate..
2, 393, 718
l
Not classified
16, 878, 850
Total
Overdrafts
Investments (including premiums on bonds):
United States Government securities
State, county, and municipal bonds
Eailroad bonds
Bonds of other public service corporations (including street and interurban railway bonds)
Other bonds, stocks, warrants, etc
,

'36,233,490
49, 470
4, 060, 468
1, 270, 894
1, 626, 180
1, 123, 265
7, 734, 334

Total
Banking house (including furniture and fixtures)
Other real estate owned
Due from banks
,.
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank or other reserve agents
Checks and other cash items
Exchanges for clearing house

15, 815, 141
1, 493, 050
358, 917
- 3, 842, 475
2, 926, 586
926, 109
1, 111, 452

•Includes $232,160,000 customers' liability account of acceptances reported separately by national
banks only.




REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURREKCY
Cash on hand:
Gold coin
Silver coin
Paper currency
Nickels and cents
Not classified

93

40, 711
62, 369
599, 180
2, 077
292, 183

'

Total

996, 520

Other resources

1, 140, 152

Total resources

64, 893, 362
LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
3, 273, 303
Surplus
3,471,968
Undivided profits (less expenses and taxes paid)
1, 063, 171
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
64, 618
National bank circulation^
651, 155
Due to all banks
4,330,605
Certified checks and cashiers' checks
655, 649
Individual deposits (including postal savings):
Demand deposits—
Individual deposits subject to check
18, 208, 622
Demand certificates of deposit
572, 733
Dividends unpaid
55, 661
Time deposits—
Savings deposits, or deposits in interest or
savings department
21, 098, 594
Time certificates of deposit
3, 062, 959
Postal savings deposits
105, 531
Not classified
5, 778, 196
Total
48, 882, 296
United States deposits (exclusive of postal savings)
187, 827
Notes and bills rediscpunted
•
_
383, 634
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit representing money
borrowed)
640, 160
Other liabilities
1,288,976
Total liabilities




64, 893, 362

Assets and liabilities of all reporting banks in the United States, Alaska, and insular possessions, June, 1926
[Includes national, State (commercial) banks, loan and trust companies, savings, and private banks]
Resources (in thousands of dollars)

States and Territories, etc. Population
(approii'
mate)

Maino
781,000
New Hampshire,.
•454,000
Vermont..
355,000
Massachusetts...
4,210,000
Rhode Island
665,000
Connecticut
1,565,000
Total New [England
0,000
States
New York
11,655,000 I
New Jersey
3.770,000 I
Pennsylvania
9,325,000 I
Delaware.
235,000 I
Maryland...
1,605,000 I
District of Columbia..
495,000
0O_ i
Total Eastern States.j
Virginia
2,470,000
West Virginia
1,595,000
North Carolina.
2,840,000
South Carolina..
1,815,000
3,065, 000
Georgia
1,250,000
Florida...
2,468,000
Alabama
1,792, 000
Mississippi
1, 895,000
Louisiana
5,123,000
Texas
1.864,000
Arkansas
2,500,000
Kentucky.
2,425,000
Tennessee
Total Southern States 31,104,000 ;
Ohio....
6,360,000
Indiana.
3,105, 000
7,060,000
Illinois..




Loans and
discounts,
including

Overdrafts

123
40
44
414
24
234

Banking
house,
furniture
and
fixtures

Other
real
estate
owned

Due from
banks

205,383
138,812
74,841
1,123,392
220,333
400,565

5,604
4,520
2,824
68,500
4,792
25,681

1,253
141
1,966
4,987
1,446
8,413

17,204
8,151
9,525
133,797
8,832
33, 896

2,163,326
4,291,404
757,467
2,112,521
49, 509
284,529

111, 921
234,656
59, 663
184,033
3,750
21,453
20,243
523,798
19,216
19,578
18,711
8,180
16,830
16,511
3,862
5,341
25,087
45,032
7,211
6,169
20.080
216,798
102,476
39,007
97,745

18,196
6,256
9,257
37,185
1,368
3,353
•1,602
59,021
5,157
3,087
3,859
5,730
9,348
2,300
4,300
2,003
4,913
16,259
4,558
811
4,809

Investments

W

Lawful
reserve
with
Federal
reserve
banks or
other
reserve

Checks
and
other
cash
items

5,345
3,641
2,350
136,584
19,924
30,295

565
519
443
30,567
419
2,730

Exchanges
for
clearing
house

522
119
1
46,445
2,306
4,749

Cash on Other re- Aggregate
hand
sources resources

I
O
•=0

6,169
2,811
2,171
35,015
10,335
15,211

446,145
290,253
4,602
251,087
23,554 4,221,049
4,675 .
531,992
3,401 I 1, 225,397
20,281
427

3
a
o
S
i-rj

H
1,104 : 4,044,020
879
1,144
9,353,112 2,293
541 1,315,743
295
1,658
3,083,061
661
59
69,434
19
126
245
466,364
171,622
81
3, 690 14.459, 336 j 3, 475
512
279
460,324
346
305, 258,
563
367,163
330
169,780
555
.557
326,227
516
337
379,726
213
355
223,386
165
359
168, 251 2,333
239
341,128
1,469
1,483
753,699
2,400
478
185, 909
636
600
366,605
291
543
343,300
945
6,702 ! 4,380,756 10,478
1,084
1,864,957
882
1,087
673,006
805
1,882 2,615,877 1,976

60,868

7, 556,298
74,567 I
60,71341
40,202
31,374
47,630
121,889 I
45,654
44,393
64,153
172,590
90,665
47,084
867,829 !
608,419
193,172

67,134
15,840
8,328
15,581

211,405
198,139
541, 896
985,409
100,760
69,685
272,649
315, 537
3,263
5,976
41, 334
41, 495
23,519
9,476
983,421 I 1,427,578
51,562
14,831
35,969
7,897
59,946
7,417
22,881
5,197
30,630
35,390
137,372
16,732
35,113
7,812
37,606
3,662
50,399
14,922
91,055
137, 630
18,095
31,008
22, 687
12,820
63,479
10,677
703,369 | 259,420
125, 695
167,240
120, 843
19,934
420, 409
211,874

35, 243
54,142
695,791
629.297 153,033
9,633 38,192
7,616
68,530 98,170
22,142
436
1,906
188
14,257 10, 205
3,534
5,316
5,657
2,727
731, 998 | 727,469 307,163
4,085
1,713
10,658
965
1,892
1,826
3,183
10, 946
1,220
1,198
4,914
2,382
6,159
26,641
1,326
2,855
9,407
663
5,379
744 j
677
9,259
4, 869
9,763
7,303
8, 659 29,407
866
6,094
1,374
1,338
46,833
1,216
5,927
9,461
2,059
40,539 I
39,711 180,872
4,938
31, 285 55, 242
7,934
3,181
27,015
15,087
105,130
06,322
71,712

56, 940 I 6, 965,923
480,763 17,373,910
16,776 2,385,087
56,271 6,250, 760
1,351
137,200
6,451
893,101
1,754 ' 302,865
563,366 j 27,342,923
20,777
663,169
2,026
446,653
2,250
505,891
4,025
255,054
5,338
488,172
3,485
713,354
1,457
339, 674
8,617
279,006
S,617
534,579
12,729 1,276,763
284,355
1,689
564,975
15, 550
522,900
15,079
101,639
78,666
98,952
60,408

6,874, 545
3,055, 640
1,193,177
4, S18,668

a
o

o

8,154
871, 769
65,125
7, 764 |
32,041 33, 610
Michigan...
1
i 4,205,000 |
783
853, 275
538 I
179, 760
59,396
33,079 2,144,511
248, 939
27, 896
7,891
4,871 i
7,354 18, 333
625,039
638 !
82,117
42,145
2,746 1, 067, 969
Wisconsin
I 2,900,000 i
333,191
22,314 21,026
7,813 !
8,021
Minnesota
2,608,000 l 1,298
589,704
632 I
28,839
107, 263
29,027
6,111 1,152, 941
165,167
31,279 31,884
2,314 |
3,656 20,835
2,520,000 ! 1,536
686, 545
990
22,736
Iowa
115, 615
3,669 1,084,690
332, S74
34, 641 13, 628
2,934
3,448,000 | 1,522
921, 491
825
36, 657
25,228 23,331
Missouri
203,091
20,194 1, 614, 894
Total Middle West32,206,000 | 10,175 8, 829,894 7,286 1 3, 661,790
420, 483
123,332 11,194,457
J749,J57_ 53, 655 1 215, 896 273, 715
ern States
302, 825 15, 832,490
667, 000
35,007
9,242
12,870
221
6,215
8,636
558
276
4,094
North Dakota.
498
190,431
599
112, 814
29,482
8,015
3,641
682,000
361
5,624
25, 526
430
757
4,173
1,277
South Dakota
193,662
474
114,376
56,629
924
79,898
2,903
9,013
1,358,000 1,058
14,895 16,737
12,523
3,014
7,806
Nebraska
563,890
359,848
76, 797
9,792
720
75,949
2,720 11,607
1, 840,000
18,087
1,386
5,346
1,250
330,919
13,103
546,420
Kansas
43,287
3,291
347
22,656
4,931
660,000
4,742
600
3,990
251
165,200
Montana
826
220
80,279
12, 919
2,146
225,000
2,118
961
257
2,014
146
Wyoming
79
9,105
67,204
118
93
37,341
93,696
8,971
3,328
6,980
3,520
1,030,000
196
31,692
25, 757
3,147
340,985
Colorado—
1,007
309
162,691
8,585
1,310
384,000
1.572
738
4,741
1,446
266
24
New Mexico
130
39,213
63
20,401
111, 742
9,146
17,001
5,800
85,432
22,634
2,150
2, 285,000
621
2,160
515,017
738
254, 74C
3,591
Oklahoma
77,234 I 57,904 | 343,6351
97,978 | 11,8
468,144
14,164 55, 391
19,168 2, 622,028
Total Western States- 9,131,000 4,804 1 1,473,109 3,493 |
132,084
5,856
16,770
3,204
35,610
1,900
9,722
1,510,000
364
264,642
38,216
6,309
203
514,516
Washington
85,109
11,772
2,587
3,761
7,441
851,000
272
170,014
27,695
22,720
1,547
2,507
260
335,413
Oregon
98,351
16,981
4, 111, 000
621 2,239,116 2,221
771, 672
254,154
125,385 44,632
46,995 52,819
54,141 3, 706,467
California
2,946
2,189
2,374
156
49,273
23,811
12,496
3,228
700
149
496,000
116
642
97,924
Idaho
3,823
2,832
1,871
112
106,201
18,960
5,457
1,487
501,000
523
171,223
251
859
Utah
1,477
650
1,480
34
27,033
7,707
5,401
795
138
123
78,000
305
45,209
100
Nevada
2,104
3,164
3,589
47
42,880
14,562
10,093
1,119
161
418
662
420, 000
50
Arizona
137,243 i 31,607
194,314 | 49,601
58, 789 79,296
367,015
2,899,165 3,201 1,053,904
65,425 4,949,560
1,606
Total Pacific States.. 7, 967,000
4,192
297 I
62
1,001
6
12,522
4,975
1,774
Alaska
91,000
35
146
34
17, 762
2,808 I
1,760
3,464
5,511
94,585
50, 769 1,115
10,408
The Territory of H a w a i i . . .
285,000
4,814
1,140
305
1,055
4,380
3,337
61,426
37,226
7,830
Porto Rico
1,357,000
92
1,247
7,082
1,328 i
13,526
21,935
137, 360
54,240 19,416
284
19,161
10,935,000
Philippines
Total Alaska and
1,281 22,371
30, 789
147, 210 20,658
33,850
39,173
3,265
5,573 I 1,723
insular possessions. 12,668, OOP
65
Total United States,
Alaska, and insular
128,191,000 28,146 36,233,490 49,470 15,815,141 1,493,050 358,917 3,842,475 2,926,586 926,109 1,111,452 996,520 1,140,152 64,893,362
possessions
RECAPITULATION
National banks
State (commercial) banksMutual savings banks
Stock savings banks
Trust companies. Private banks
Grand total

7,978
16,493
620
904
1,656
495

13,650,134 9,719
9,703,248 35,487
4,623, 594
1,409,868
6,754,087
92,559

28,146

36,233,490

49,470

5,842, 253
3,220,400
3,403,104
2,806,780
35,506
15,815,141

4,850

1,982,848
1,045,705
211,268
118,657
463,113
20,894

1,493,050

358,917

3,842,475 2,926,586

i Includes $232,460,000 customers' liability account of acceptances reported separately by national banks only.




1,381,171 166,495
777,430 261,547
1,364
34,443 12,045
730,494 484,051
607
3,048

115,869
152,115
10, 778
24,413
47,607
8,135

632,842

454,801
82,436
52,302
265,819

926,109

899,901 359,951
161,625 405,372
399 29,600
3,745 26,916
45,708 170, 642
74
4,139
1,111,452

996,520

274,441 25,315,624
361,926 16,579,656
56,774 8,422,307
9,634 2,196,427
433,557 12,205,196
174,152
1,140,152
CO
O

Assets and liabilities of all reporting banks in the United States, Alaska, and insular possessions, June,

1926—Continued

Liabilities (in thousands of dollars)

•t»Ua ted Territorial, »te.

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




Capital
stock
paid in

Bills payable (including
advances
Individual
Undivided
received
deposits
profits Reserved
Certified (including
Notes
(less for taxes, National
checks dividends United and bills from War Other
Finance
expenses interest, bank cir- Due to all and
States
Surplus
Corpora- liabilities
unpaid deposits redisand
etc., ac- culation banks cashiers'
tion and
counted
and
taxes
crued'
checks
certificates
postal
paid)
of deposit
savings)
representing money
borrowed)

13,011
18,885
6,405
17,570
7,901
12,374
185,200
115, 683
25,738
14,265
68,240
40,211
197,536
326,005
568,816 1,224,988
118,726
105,931
663,508
334,443
10,594
9,842
63,053
42,743
16,458
24,144
1,085,919 1, 997,327
60,075
39,713
35,673
37,231
22,702
22,659
11,151
44,656
25,823
34,082
21,161
27,058
18,153
17,375
10,157
33,371
19,735
119,503
50,192
23,841
9,571
41,043
35,147
42,145
23,754
538,712

313,857

14,627
10,270
9,204
128,255
16,809
40,430
219,595
123,702
43,797
150,798
5,227
15,349
6,202
345,075
12,414
11,068
9,363
4,262
13,954
10,715
8,547
3,536
6,881
4,930
8,921
2,925
120,902

3,807
372
5,674
382,395
864
49
4,617
3,816
242,520
534
61
4,301
1,388
210,807
610
19, 801
147,696
4,855
37, 538 3,441,945
4,030
5,949
195
458,282
1,148
1,052
11,650
5,022 1,024,393
174,306
6,584
48,109
45, 716 5,760,342
18,349
66,746 1, 786,651 345,521 "12,544,972
32,075
21,419
11,214 1,966,513
1,436
348,458
83,454
6,824
28,234 4,502,334
1,129
27
1,404
334
105,239
9,626
45,167
690,289
798
2,323
4,107
225,871
338
13,166
2,476
27,772 I 186,481 [ 2,226,921 390,102 20,035,218

113,644
10,752
4,023
12,620
5,697
9,805
2,397
6,461
5,478
14,298
11,514
4,111
2,845
2,036

20,154
10,404
9,359
6,464
8,140
5,416
8,724
2,991
4,246
40,118
3,691
16,296
13,107

38,992
11,079
31,052
8,718
39,829
57,863
7,016
11,070
47,023
108,772
19,634
25,861
24,289

2,945
2,728
5,376
1,001
1,824
9,938
478
1,103
3,066
12,170
2,077
3,598
2,315

431,611
329,644
352,767
180,928
320,153
555,493
252,637
213,102
365,656
864,790
204,392
404,076
381,346

2,033
504
713
797
3,317
1,341
1,161
447
2,068
6,804
492
636
1,042

8,654 | 149,110

431,198

48,619

4,856,595

21,355

1,001
463
792
321
505
520
385
211
447
2,098
155
1,120

302
490
1,250
34,054
191
2,510
38,857
80,695
10,308
20,347
323
1,373

296
444
110
29,191
702
1,200
31,943
22,274
5,949
42,712
669
6,435
3,208
80,247

5,045
2,907
2,273
1,205
2,800
281
57,954
18,877
4,180
505
4,862
16,041
43,403 | 73, 527
97,460
493,736
36,375
31,344
87,040
82,608
958
1,454
8,076
3,415
2,882
234,117
620,100
18,174
25,305
12,757
1,712
19,966
3,950
10,594
2,462
16,749
3,417
8,324
6,104
8,244
810
4,645
10,426
27,362
21,137
13,279
10,134
1,327
2,500
25,932
11,040
18,265

Ohio
177,683
129,460
63,573
Indiana
80,140
40.150
21,368
Illinois
III'..'.
I
268,648
188,970
100,833
Michigan
109,656
88,209
30,655
Wisconsin
_
63,208
32,085
18, 771
Minnesota
66,763
34,632
14,689
Iowa
76,905
83,386
14,605
Missouri
._
123,206
64,040
29,431
982,012
610^932
2S3, 926
Total Middle Western States
784
14,291
6,422
North Dakota
South Dakota.
760
13,283
4,944
Nebraska
_
38,346
14,685
5,196
Kansas
44,492
22,493
6,707
Montana
12,185
4,277
1,941
673
Wyoming
..
4,540
2,638
Colorado
17,852
11,971
4,802
255
New Mexico
_
3,305
1,219
Oklahoma
_
33, 574
8,439
3,662
Total Western States
181j 868
15 t 938 • 24,780
5,464
30,439
13,948
Washington
Oregon
22,870
8,663
4,275
California
195,481
103,093
47, 723
725
Idaho,.
6,788
2,482
Utah
_
11, 723
5,972
2,429
681
Nevada
3,097
1,216
802
Arizona
4,782
2,459
62,031
275,180
137,833
Total Pacific States
Alaska...
_
276
840
280
2,244
4,669
8,248
The Territory of Hawaii
756
Porto Eieo
1,980
10,369
3,151
12,629
3,633
Philippines
10,076
32, 076
6,863
Total Alaska and insular possessions...
Total United States, Alaska, and in3, 273,303 3,471,968 1,063,171
sular possessions

1,731
468

8,711
1,310
1,839
2,985
596
765

16,395
28
133
770
426
156
62
722
5
357

2,659
581
258

1,364
73
186
56
26

2, 644
1

9

40,778
126,152
24,330
68,056
34,662
433,262
14,641
64,266
15,005
50,188
14,149
86,536
16, 588
63,016
16,648
144,699
176, 731 1^026,175
3,834
4,014
2,622
7,347
8,162
57, 754
9,880
36,543
2,328
7,003
1,714
2,574
4,455
21,977
940
1,253
7,843
40,882
42,092
179,034
9,352
32,093
3,019
19,454
29,712
209,346
2,114
2,445
2,245
13,549
1,198
1,920
499
1,437
48,139
280, 244
55
438

108

20,676
6,030
43,549
15,022
5,368
12,136
2,845
10,360
115, 986
1,332
1,204
3,814
3,511
1,312

1,466

2,402,088
824,250
3,313,305
1,711,757
860,215
905,435
862,178
1,168,647
12,037,876
157,442
168,197
427, 957
406,404
133,488
53, 748
270, 762
30, 786
402, 606
2.041, 390
403, 661
266, 796
2,986, 259
80,030
117,010
36,110
65,329
3,955,194
10, 592
71,114
40,414
73,562
195,682

459

4,216
431

7,428
23,707
4,495
2,602
18,399
1,106
1,413
716

1,322
30,053
59
544
551
312

1,400
1.339
6,723
551

36,913
11,876
47,473
27,207
5,380
7,618
5,828
16,867
159,062
2,419
2,635
4,308
2,314
1,216

1,421

1,710
383

405
12
S70
38

5,333
18,370_
1,869
3,320
19,153

1,629
16,907
2,054
1,537
20,986

1,961
9,706
4,749
2,285
72,519
14,910

8,890

26, 345

1,265
85
949
27,590

342

1,433

6
40

110

1,451

99
27
19

1,886

1,497

145

4,455
3 542
34,963
42,973

10,515
2,226
4,409
8,387
1,568
4,362
814

5,649
37,930
137
750
673

1,378

337
130
727
136

1,303
5,577
5,781
335

2,431
122
24
98
99

14,676
30,162
14,034
3,536
11,069
2,178
8,102
9,108
92,884
686

455

462

895
497
31
580

293

715

41,393
94,081
65,012
69,965
3,273
2,658
10,827
25,474
312,583
42

387
930

5,555

429

101
524

95, 617
13

10

493

1,292
2,236
9,091
12, 727

64,618

651,156

4,330,605

655,649

48,882,296

187,827

383,634

640,160

1,288,976

2,899,456
566, 536
99
8,959
864,297
1,258
4,330,605

505,792 17,092,412
97,927 13,158,075
20
7, 577, 504
502 2,021,614
51,180
8,900,928
228
131, 763
655,649 48, 882,296

144,504
10,299

268,801
68, 638

253,807
247,666
345
3,375
124,019
10,948
640,160

345,721
386,523
12,490
6,863
530,537
6,842
1,288,976

EECAPITULATION
1,412,872
1,092,424

National banks
Stock savings banks
Private banks
Grand total.
1

. .

Reported by national banks only.




. .

1,198,899
696, 90'
702,974
85,153
47,833
672,959
814,250
9,895
11,111
3, 273, 303 3,471,968

477,587
254, 767
128,875
20, 217
179,955
1,770
1,063,171

64,618

64, 618

651,155

651,165

33,024
187,827

1,911
44,047
337
383,634

Assets and liabilities of all reporting banks in the United States, Alaska, and insular possessions, June, 1926—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
Loans and discounts

States and Territories, etc.

Maine
New Hampshire.
Vermont
Massachusetts-..
Rhode Island
Connecticut
Total New England States..
New York
N6W Jersey
_
_.
Pennsylvania
DelawareMaryland
_.'
District of Columbia
Total Eastern States
Virginia
West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
Florida
Alabama.
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee
Total Southern States-




Investments

On
On
On time,
demand, demand, secured by On time, Secured
not
secured by
not
collateral
collateral secured
secured by by farm
lands
other than by col- other than collateral
real estate
real estate lateral

11,875
9,893
4,858
233,457
23,485
47,052
330.620

841,479
234, 620
8%, 388
19,345
100,394
48,496
2,049, 722
13,725
8,046
7,601
8,212
13,118
19,916
13,144
1,145
7,489
49,680
4,424

17,782
6,697
170,979

10,241
8,416
4,182
6,082
4,064
8,696
260,362
79,413
42,473
8,885
100,166
15,667
124,159 I 421,488
85,936
604,427
73,930
83,177
269,764
386,104
4,388
6,906
26,287
59,961
19,686
6,067
466,372 1,160,261
9,464
68,337
4,461
30,837
7,607
82,660
4,971
53,905
4,018
31,376
4,654
53,127
7,893
77,230
470
17,394
5,807
20,765
300,981
28,121
117,090
1,747
38,773
10,113
41,339
4,267
93, 593
933,814

33,002
16,922
16,600
587,016
78,418
141,554
873,512
1,298,640
641,817
1,055,930
18,762
149,013
63,826
3,127,988
156,501
78,676
212,416
56,893
66,853
78,757
95,715
27,002
43,821
296,523
33,099
100,308
102,443
1,349,007

1,099
423
1,127
821
7
386

3.S63
6,669
3,993
17,623
2,451
16,439
366
47,541
5,832
777
2,609
14,080
5,273
1,334
14,682
3,101
3,356
26,352
3,438
5,735
2,608
19,177

Secured
Not 1
by other
real estate classified

5,860
77,397
93,523
53,414
105,531
376,128
711,853
48,240
363,981
533,930
17,582
16,231
32,817
1,012,781
8,020
7,331
40,631
11,688
2,877

8,450
14,665
3,468

1,577
35,307
25,884
4,974
4,384

169,156

113,203
16,173
26,462
1,403,311
107
19,269
1,578,525
6,467,721
14,225
14,322
98,039
6,594,671
198,445
175,130
3,639
20,131
202,712
213,488
S7

115,671
258,313
16, 735
227
188,920
181,562
1,575,030

United
State,
Govern- county, and
municipal
ment
bonds
securities

44,736
31,185
16,314
398.199
69,077
80,115

8,460
2,903
3,359
93,464
6,710
33,308

639, 626

148,204

622,171
149,648
538,337
6,554
67,533
25,567

117,978
124,911
157,446
6,798
24,523
2,025

1,409,810

433,681

30,767
24,425
25,775
13,809
22,007
39,929
15,560
9,083
20,425
118,895
15,468
26,264
16,528

5,693
1,060
4,895
4,291
2,274
50,326
10,363
7,960
1,861
14,988
2,791
2,248
3,332

378,925

112,082

Railroad
bonds

25,966
25,510
5,128
265,042
33,838
127,056
482,540 )
201,227
214,995
495,633
12,305
74,748
7,291
1,006,199
2,837
1,993
169
1,297
1,239
3,652
3,510
711
54
2,351
134
5,406
557
23,910

Bonds of
other
public
service
Other
corporabonds,
tions
stocks,
(including warrants,
street and
etc.
interurban
railway
bonds)
79,911
46,310
37,084
42,130
16,907
33,133
147,860
218,827
76,385
34,323
52,168
107,918
397,986
494,670
116,843 3,233,185
186,902
81,011
666,429
254,676
14,349
9,503
73,598
44,127
7,858
18,127
514.018
33,682
1,598
30,445
2,790
9,289
10,177
1,800
21,506
604
15,485
12,497
13, 746
2,475
26,238
401
41,667
146
31,078
5,278
141
8,381
61,648
5,099
25,580
1,087
33,990
318,922

00

94,232
61,808
97,133
Ohio
223,302
16,426
46,225
Indiana
9,900
147,063
224,417
220,840
Illinois
66,672
462,963
31,634
128,332
Michigan-.
6,135
156,864
36,521
115,623
Wisconsin,.
309,001
39,433
54, 723
83,029
Minnesota.
139, 506
22,340
10,862
50,683
120,139
11, 713
Iowa
68,431
117,226
145,147
31,224
Missouri
537,149 248,225 1
859,091
Total Middla Western States.}
1,703,985
2,104
22,090
North Dakota
!
2,637
16,054
559
60,295
South Dakota
j
828
39,076
11, 756
101,279
159,814
Nebraska
17,233
50,223
63,459
Kansas.
168,095
6,312
26,516
27,129
Montana
10,199
7,042
11,827
Wyoming
1,199
6,814
261
56,206
16,371
38,496
Colorado
2,021
8,519
906
788
New Mexico
7,505
19,861
Oklahoma
8,042
116, 733
89,906
231,050
45,064
Total Western States
453,688
448,253
Washington
14,827
6,125
47,022
82,068
9,892
Oregon
9,946
34,472
49,099
California
87,393
56,826
125,404
273, 662
1,289
664
10,257
14,734
Idaho
•
3,532
10,823
898
Utah
13,160
4,039
10,106
3,765
Nevada
2.666
11,677
5,669
Arizona
670
15,069
78,794
243,694
132, 718
450,458 1
Total Pacific States.
94
71
333
Alaska
--•
902
14,029
7,205
10,039
The Territory of Hawaii
1,994
4,494
4,555
Porto Rico
6,259
15.853
2,991
1,015
Philippines1,302 I
1,978
Total Alaska and insular
21,585
possessions
13,108
18,370 i
20,051
Total United States, Alaska,
I
4,090,406 | 7,973,254
and insular possessions
3,473,823 !l, 069,315

12,633 j
10,836
17, 529 |
6,829 !

7,817 i
19,164
23,132
4,240
101,980 I
8,709
12,318
29,071
7,162
2,543
1,203
5,819
1,224
7,887
75,936
3,893
4,102
14,739
2,804
911
3,276
4,087
33,812
327
1,395
93
1,815
354,124

29,052 1,346,797
11,015
431,441
284,947 1,338, 509
25,230
499,351
8,661
108,390
7,341
263,601
6,211
463,805
5,462
549, 761
377,809 S 5,001,655
2,147
59,173
1,283
17
9,257
31,138
35,668
6,665
185
668
15,369
41,398
2,380
274
1,185
7,818
4,493
152,047
67,071
108, 539
2,158
1,932
60,671
17, 711
1,663,381
710
18,815
832
76,045
3,082
99
5,579
235
32,004
1,927,685 j
984
2,591
16,248
927
3,151
1,519
2,661
44,200
23,044

49,237

2,393, 718 16,878,850

194,845

57, 714
950, 586
15,741
17,940
23,171
32,300
23,490
7,345
45,372
7,028
65,327
237,714
41,657
36,186
332,653
7,973
5,786
2,969
7,026
434,150
1,961
5,604
1,759
333

129,782
9,766
163,340
30,853
35,319
20,763
6,859
16,903
413,585
2,094
2,301
7,533
21,917
1,968
1,025
14,974
517
23, 725
76,044
11,581
12,966
51,564
1,910
853
1,867
2,359
83,100
487
2,631
830
250

9,657

4,198

1,391

2,551

4,060,468 ! 1,270,894

1,626,180

1,123,26.

336,356
41,874
67,553
119,121
64,155

13,487
7,583
15,645
7,836
13,630
14,085
2,802
9,808
84,776
967
724
3,655
453
1,014
330
3,867
104
756
11,870 I
6,479
3,160
4,653
65
618
202
317
15,494
270
693
116
312

14,726
255,579
13,274
93,681
26,945
365,973
12,566
778,640
46,803
85,734
9,647
169,575
8,794
82,557
7,472
240,977
140,227 2,072,616
2,337
2,246
3,945

657
1,301
522
4,631
83
1,089
16,811
4,580
2,024
8,875
453
676
255
819
17,682
1,795
6
311

13,868
6,271
18,325
21,470
15,624
3,697
24,852
853
20,845
125, 705
67,787
30,773
374,027
13,410
21,026
2,414
4,041
513,478

1,035
7,039
2,103
5,876
16,053
7, 734, 334

RECAPITULATION
National banks
Stato (commercial) banks.
Mutual savings banks
Stock savings banks
Trust companies
Private banks
Grand total

2, 378,276
296,798
19,745
6,829
771,106
1,069

775,107
102,909
577
189, 670
1,152

3,116,375
548,613
8,838
5,619
402,941
8,020

6,344,135
688,204
7,026
11,962
913,873
8,054

252,083
75,905
457
3,103
18,464
4,112

473, 369
647,698
695, 613
21,896
652, 898
2,244

3,473,823 1,069,315

4,090,406

7,973,254

354,124

2,393, 718

1
310,789
7,443,121
3,891,915
1,359,882
3,805,235
67,908

2,469,208
564,182
603,009
173,997
344,681
5,331

647,801
266,093
226,145
3,793
126,233
829

631,387
60,151
646,836
9,977
277,521

545,036
87,292
275,593
2,936
211. 776
632

1,548,761
2,242,682
1,754,521
313,395
1,846,569
28,406

16,878, 850

4,060,468

1,270,894

1,626,180

1,123,265

7,734,334

i Includes $232,460,000 customers' liability account of acceptances reported separately by national banks onl y.




Assets and liabilities of ail reporting banks in the United States, Alaska, and insular possessions, June,

19S6—Continued

[In thousands of dollars!
Demand deposits

Cash

States and Territories, etc.

.

New Y o r k . . .

. .

Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia
Total Eastern States
Virginia
West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina.
,

Texas.-Arkansas...
Kentucky
Tennessee

Paper
Nickels Cpsh not
currency and cents classified

Individual Demand
Divideposits
certifisubject
cates of dends unpaid
to check
deposit

Savings deposits or
Time cerdeposits in tificates of
interest or
savings de- deposit
partment

Postal
savings
deposits

Deposits
not classified

.

Tolai Southern States




78,693
38,413
27,644
1,097,137
126,858
268,842

2,979
2,134
675
15,870
7,866
13,302

464
186
277
2,174
140
961

280,904
199,993
181,643
2,208,668
299,360
722(689

3,387
1,439
668
71,898
24,642
14,133

89
291
61
4,434
527
1,044

39
41,804

74
54

3,983
942
1,197
18,208
17
1,203

40,652

128

25,650

1, 636,487

42,826

4,192

3,893,137

116,067

6,416

61,218

3,608
2,385
6,940
135
972
234

114,416
33,805
85,012
1,684
8,776
6,216

248
519
13
8
123

33,843
55

2,567,300
814,845
2,072,021
61,265
277,244
136,391

14,159
18,222
27,012
124
1,906
1,639

4,299
3,189
9,362
216
1,229
380

6,829,369
1.106,220
2,120,887
62,682
394,762
76,272

67,7a6
19,071
206,666
472
4,962
6,607

21,588
2,354
9,160
119
177
69S

4,050,532
3,612
67,436
361
10,019
6,084

14,274

248,909

911

33,898

5,908,066

62, 962

18,665

9,577,982

305,603

33,996

4,128,044

360
190
567
161
141
153
291
251
376
1,344
337
282
226

607
330
1,287
510
392
543
485
773
1.194
3,698
886
453
468

5,388
3,203
9,092
4,160
2,667
9,046
3,607
4 365
7,089
23,447
4,872
3,336
8,628

4,303
5,257

42,762
6,139

184,040
164,859
180,765
72,861
164,858
331,404
145,490
110 134
221,781
695,609
321,216
107,122
211,611

11,015
2,651
11,077
696
7,738
1,199
1,702
299
2,991
9,723
7,420
1,332
1,397

2,170
1,149
828
466
738
739
364
329
932
1,898
203
615
460

163,901
104,461
87,984
76,732
99,209
142,402
94,298
45,334
99,952
130,061
40,687
43,330
131, 111

65, 310
50,085
60,738
26,614
46,694
34,636
7, 765
47,304
33,930
48,139
26,477
34,833
34,267

172
276
79
348
193
1,651
346
22
103
1,374
194
168
143

5,003
6,163
11,296
8,221
1,723
43,662
2,672
9,680
5,96?
77,886
8,296
216,678
2,367

. . . .

4,669

11,626

84,490

85, 927

•2,811,840

59,240

10,891

1,259,362

518,582

4,969

391, 711

63
108
60
550
667
926

143
166
87
1,330
402
790

1,950
1,595
827
14,927
9,115
12,238

2,404

._ . . . .

Total New England States

Florida
Alabama

Silver
coin

9,171

Maine
New HampshireMassachusetts
Khode Island
Connecticut

Gold
coin

Time deposits

2,978

1,166
1,699
5,699
74
449
84

29

132

161

64
5,693
16, 899
5,024
786

15,889

3,422

3 277

Ohio
Michigan,-

. ..

Missouri
Total Middle Western States
North Dakota
South Dakota.
Nebraska

896

90
40
132

135
26
5,592
5,768

40,711

62,369

5P9,180

2,077

292,183

18, 208,622

713

1,917
1,165
1,040
764

16.393

88
76

366
301

1,064

1,795
2,240

933
390
100

1,811
72
404

4,928
-

_ .

393
408

580
137
977
209

1,503
8,108
1,039
622

5,723

4,644

1,150
1,183
2,854
23,324

158

Total Alaska and insular possessions...
Total United States, Alaska, and
insular possessions. -

244
371
144
491

7,342
_

1,733

83
350
152
233

. .

451

2,836
3,595
4,049
] 1,228

952

6,09;

11, 301
.

47, 769
9,529
50.784
7,012
14,358
6,798
6,448
5,298
1.53, 996
1,225
1,398
6,164
8,434
3.961
1,051
6,183
1,023
7,142
36, 681
4,124
2,706
10,353

384
453
3,431
4,347

404

1,845
391
552
393

Wyoming
Oklahoma
Total Western States
Washington.
Oregon
California.
Idaho
Utah
Nevada..
Arizona
Total Pacific States
Alaska
The Territory of Hawaii
Porto Rico
Philippines._

3 745

970, 631
391, 730
1. 789, 639
690, 866
324,542
311,392
304,514
762,139
5, 445, 443
54,865
62,559
193,642
222,350
63,603
26,345
142,811
17, 795
253,400
1,037,370
176, 333
130, 897
1,037, 994
42,950
47,717
16,237
36, 747
1,487,875
5,489
33,279
21,730
21,043
81, 541

998

3,441

79

748

108
216
414

6
218
5
674

15,636
25,476
20,673
12,790
16,876
91, 351
2,415
2,398

858
6
54
«0

954
10
11
1

43

5,714
4,166
3,705
36,010
1,093
1

43,975
15

30,709
116, 660
61, 770
44,441
24,681
9,266
17,951
9,732
320, 210
4,664
4,498
17,186
19,225
2,969
1,250
5,990
1,225
6,396
63,403
3,633
5,218
7,885
2,189

3,340
1,270
0, 935
2,666
1,269

2,142
1.438

123
32

67

3,796

1
166

1, 050, 720
239, 066
1, 111, 502
815, 358
272, 050
264,804
237,965
68, 033
4, 049, 488
14,048
12,923
36,681
24,903
26,108
10,463
83,465
3,139
48,426
260,146
160,035
90,918
1, 660,478
13, 671
63,269
17,600
20,608
2,006, 579
3,873
22, 574
13,747
11,706
51,900

572, 733

55,661

21,098,594

822
780
726

17, 808
39
28
154
372
59
41
219
7
286

1, 205
508
339

1,616

860
301
211

78
119
40
34

20, 297

2,734

149

10

199, 629
65, 234
269,003
144,558
216, 817
273,561
283,025
31,628
1,473, 455
78.249
71,313
171,352
100,170
28,290
9,885
20,442
3,615
41,024
524, 340
26,687
20,842
27,088
12,537
10,554
1,496
3,758
102,962

2,289
595

3,254
2,003
1.084
3,553
2,869
1,462
17,109
613

1,334
301

1,191
4,825
1,268
3,117
731

2,568
15, 948
5,701
2,016
15,286
1,586
572
269
863

26,293

138,770
20, 695
71,202
111, 875
19, 772
52,037
5,084
294,927
714, 362
4,964
5,642
8,641
38,193
7,634
4,496
14,728
4.274
50,606
138,978
30, 764
16,565
245,912
7,019
3,919
1,167
3,108
308,454

403

642

10,305
1,554
9,788
22, 050

22
136
800

2,669
1,777
30, 957
35,429

3,062,959

105, 631

6, 778,196

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RE CAPITULATION

w
o
w
fcd

National banks
State (commercial) banks
Mutual savings banks
Stock savings banks
Trust companies
Private banks.
Grand total




17,869
13,704
1,491
2,879
4,575
193

36,952
20,646
131
13
4,488
139

305,130
177,880
5,716
1,395
107, 268
1, 791

1,223
28
76
725
25

191, 919
22, 234
22,653
53,486
1,991

40,711

62,369

599,180

2,077

292,183

217,106
252,120

35,273
12,243

4,749
87,265
11,493

18,208,622 i 572,733

9,754,457
5,501, 228
17,084
123,329
2,769,218
43,306

1,271,807
1,45-4,022
478
123,632
192,591
20,429

70,094
9,586

66
',483
698

4,837,465
4,293,528
7, 558,190
1,623,010
2, 752,961
33,460

55,661

21,098, 594

3,062,959

105, 531

12,483
13,368

906, 210
1,635,343
1,752
134,345
3,078,052
22,489
5, 778,190

O
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102

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

INDIVIDUAL DEPOSITS IN AIL REPORTING BANKS

The individual deposits in all reporting banks, including demand,
time, public funds, and postal savings deposits, but exclusive of
United States deposits, aggregated $48,882,296,000 on June 30, 1926,
and showed an increase in the year of $2,116,354,000.
Individual deposits subject to check showed an increase of $1,645,421,000; demand certificates of deposit, a reduction of $89,255,000;
dividends unpaid, an increase of $4,922,000; savings deposits, an
increase of $3,090,018,000; time certificates of deposit, an increase of
$315,925,000; postal savings, an increase of $27,747,000; and other
individual deposits not classified, a reduction of $2,878,424,000.
Classification of deposits of each class of reporting banks follows:
Individual deposits in each class of banks June SO, 1926
[In thousands of dollars]
I

DeIndiNum- vidual mand Divicerber deposits tifi- dends Savings
of
unsubject cates paid deposits
banks to check of deposit
State (commercial) banksStock savings banks
Mutual savings banks
Loan and trust companies.
Private b a n k s . .
Total
National banks
Grand total

Time Postal
savcertifi- ings Deposits
not
cates of
dedeposit posits classified

Total

1,158,075
16,493 5,501,228 252,120 12,243 4,293, 528 1,454,022 9, 5861,,635,34813,
904 123,329 4,749
66 1,623,010 123, 632 12,483 134,345 2,021,614
478
1,752 7,577,504
17,084
7,558,190
620
1,656 2,769,218 87,265 7,483 2, 752, 951 192, 591 13,368 3,078,052 8,900,928
131,763
43,306 11,493 596
33,450 20,429
495
22,4S9
20,168 8,454,165 355,627 20,388 16,261,129 1,791,152 35,437 4.871,986 31,789,884
7,978 9,754,457 217,106 35,273 ' 4,837,465 1,271,807 70,094 '906,21017,092,412
28,146|18,208,022 672,733 55,661 21,098, 594 3,062,959 105, 531 5, 778,196 48,882, 296

i Eeported as other time deposits.

!

Includes $756,448,000 State, county, and other municipal deposits.

RESOURCES AND LIABILITIES OF ALL REPORTING BANKS,
JUNE 30, 1922-1926

The principal items of resources and liabilities of all reporting
banks for the five years 1922 to 1926 are shown in the fol
statement:
[la thousands of dollars]
Classification

1922(30,389 1923(30,178 1924 (29,348 1925 (28,841 1926 (28,146
banks)
banks)
banks)
banks)
banks)

KESOUKCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts) 1
Overdrafts
Investments
Due from other banks and !bankers 8
Keal estate, furniture, etc. -Checks and other cash items *
Cash on hand
Other resources
Total..

27,860,443 30,416,577 31,427,717 33,883,733
74,600
57,982
56,334
60,259
12,547,567 13,672,547 14,228,745 15,400,113
5,414,241 5,597,150 6,121,093 6,774,392
1, 276, 631 1,432,217 1, 590, 259 1,736, 585
1, 574, 608 1,196, 075 1,992,370 2,181,137
829, 892
797,101
951, 286
911,500
847, 385
865, 262
816, 672 1,079,532
50,425,367 54,034,911 57,144, 6
62,057,037

36,233,490
49,470
15,815,141
6,769,061
1,851,967
2,037,561
996,520
1,140,152
64,893,362

Capital stock paid in
_ 2,943,9S0 3, 052,367 3,114, 203 3,169,711
Surplus fund
2,697,409 2, 799,494
2,967,359 3,173,334
Undivided profits
933,843
954,145
971, 730 1,007,439
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued«._
60, 078
Circulation (national banks)
725,7*8
729, 686
720,001
Certified checks and cashiers' checks
552, 505
358,110
664,857
698,861
Individual deposits
37,194, 318 40,034,195 42,954,121 46,765,942
United States deposits
128, 887
238, 439
152, 302
147,220
Due to other banks and bankers
S, 244,386
3, 610, 211 3, 928, 292 4,370, 909
Other liabilities 6
2, 004,321
2, 267, 949 1, 662,140 2,015,049
Total..
60,425,367 54, 034, 911 57,144, 690 62,057,037

3,273,303
3,471,968
1,063,171
64,618
651,155
655,649
48,882,296
187,827
4,330,605
2,312,770

LIABILITIES

1
2
8

Includes acceptances reported b y national banks.
Includes lawful reserve with Federal reserve banks.
Includes
 real estate owned other than banking house.



64,893,362

• Includes exchanges for clearing house.
• Reported by national banks only.
• Includes bills payablo and rediscounts.

BEPOET OF THE COMPTBOKbEE OF THE CUBEENCY

103

Principal items of resources and liabilities of all reporting banks in continental
United States, as compared with similar data from reporting member banks of
the Federal reserve system, on or about June SO, 1926
All reporting banks J

Items

Mutual
Savings
banks 3

Member banks

Per cent to
28,081
9,375
Per cent to all reporting 620 banks
banks, 1 exbanks (000 banks (000 all reporting cept mutual (000 omitomitted)
omitted)
b a n k s ' savings and
ted)
private

Loans3

- $36, IIS, 092 $22, 698, 786
15,781,291 9,123,408
Cash
534,120
974,149
Capital
3,241,227 2,169,484
2, 602,721
Surplus and undivided profits. 4,518,200
Deposits (individual)-.
48, 686,614 28,552,804
Aggregate resources
64,587,469 40,845,189

72.29 $4. 623.594
73.94 R-406.104
56.80
29,600
67.14
72.49
831,849
60.68 7,577,504
72.95 8,422,307

62.85
57.81
54.83
66.93
58.93
58.65
63. 24

Private
banks *

495 banks
(000 omitted)

$93,079
35,506
4,139
9,895
12,881
131,763
174,152

' Exclusive of banks in Alaska and insular possessions.
Included in all reporting banks in column 1.
Including overdrafts.
1
8

CASH IN A l l REPORTING BANKS
The cash holdings of all banks June 30, 1926, including the 12
Federal reserve banks, aggregated $4,024,681,000, which was an
increase of $58,843,000 in the year. Of this total $359,951,000, or
8.94 per cent, was held by 7,978 reporting national banks, $636,569,000,
or 15.82 per cent, by 20,168 reporting banks other than national,
and the remainder, $3,028,161,000, by the 12 Federal reserve banks.
Classification of cash in banks follows:
Cash in banks June SO, 1926
[In thousands of dollars]
7,978
national
banks

Classification

Gold certificates
Silver coin

. _. .

_

Legal tender notes.

.

.

.

Federal reserve notes 6 -

.

. .

Cash not classified

.

-

.

_ .

-

-

> Number of banks includes 12 Federal reserve banks.
' Includes clearing-house certificates.
* Includes nickels and cents.
«Includes all paper money.
• Includes Federal reserve bank notes.




25,417
' 294, 050

.

636,569

Total,
28,158
banks *
40,711
54,254
62,270
30,457
26,740
361,173
126,655
2,077
292,183
996,520
2,834,928
144,711
48,522
4,024,681

Grand total

18005°—27

.

22,842

7
2,077
V. 292,183
359,951

Total
.
Cash in Federal reserve banks June 30,1926:
Reserves other than gold

17,869
'54,254
> 36, 853
30,457
26, 740
67,123
126, 655

.

20,168
State, etc.,
banks

8

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BEPOHT OP THE COMPTROLLER OP THE CUBBENCY

MONEY IN THE UNITED STATES

Stock of coin and other money in the United States June 30, 1926,
amounted to $8,373,000,000, which was an increase of $151,800,000
over June 30, 1925. Of the total amount $350,100,000, or 4.18 per
cent, was coin and other money in the Treasury as assets, $975,200,000,
or 11.65 per cent, was held by reporting banks, and $3,188,200,000,
or 38.08 per cent, was held by Federal reserve banks and agents.
The remainder, $3,859,500,000, or 46.09 per cent, was in general
circulation.
The per capita money in general circulation was $33.38 in comparison with $33.29 the year previous.
'Statements showing the stock of money in the United States in
the years ended June 30, 1914 to 1926; the classification of money
in circulation July 1, 1926; and imports and exports of merchandise,
gold, and silver in the calendar years 1914 to 1925 and the nine
months ended September 30, 1926, follow:
Stock of money in the United States, in the Treasury, in reporting banks, in Federal
reserve banks, and in general circulation, years ended June SO, 1914 to 1926

Year ended
June 30

1914
1915
1916
1917
1918
1919.
1920
1921.
1922
1923
1924.
1925
1926

Held by or
Coin and other Coin and other
for Federal
Coin and money in Treas- money in reportreserve banks
other
ing b a n k s '
ury as assets'
and agents•
money
in the
United
Per
Per
Per
States
Amount cent Amount cent Amount cent
MiUims Millions
336.3
3,738.3
345.4
3,989.4
298.2
4,482.9
268.4
5,408. 0
360.3
6, 741. 0
584.2
7, 518. 8
489.7
7,894. 5
461.2
8, 096. 0
402.5
8,177. 5
383.5
8, 603. 7
356.6
8, 746. 5
362.0
8, 221. 2
350.1
8, 373. 0

9.00
8.66
6.65
4.96
6.34
7.77
6.20
6.70
4.92
4.46
4.08
4.40
4.18

Millions
1,630. 0
1,447. 9
1,472. 2
1,487.3
882.7
981.3
1,047. 3
926.3
814.0
777.1
900.8
938.3
975.2

43.60
36.29
32.84
27.50
13.10
13.05
13.27
11.44
9.95
9.03
10.30
11.41
11.65

Millions
386.2
592.7
1,280.9
2,018. 4
2,167. 3
2, 021. 3
2, 795. 2
3,401. 0
3, 490. 8
3, 635.1
3,122. 7
3,188.2

9.68
13.22
23.69
29.94
28.83
25.60
34.62
41.59
40.57
41.56
37.99
38.08

In general circulation, exclusive of amounts held
by reporting banks and
Federal reserve banks

Amount

Per
cent

Millions
1,772. 0
1,809.9
2,119. 8
2,371. 4
3,479.6
3, 786. 0
4,336. 2
3,913. 3
3,560. 0
3,952. 3
3,864. 0
3,798. 2
3,859. 5

47.40
45.37
47.29
43.86
51.62
50.35
64.93
48.34
43.54
45.94
44.06
46.20
46.09

Per
capita

$17.89
17.97
20.69
22.77
32.87
35.67
40.47
36.21
32.44
35.52
34.20
33.29
33.38

1
Public money in national-bank depositories to the credit of the Treasurer of the United States not
included.
J
Money in banks of island possessions not included.
8
Includes gold reserve held by banks against issues and gold or other funds deposited by banks with
agents to retire Federal reserve notes in circulation and own Federal reserve notes held by Federal reserve
banks.

NOTE.—Population estimated at 105,869,000 in 1918,106,136,000 in 1919, 107,155,000 in 1920, 108,087,000 in
1921,109,743,000 in 1922,111,268,000 in 1923,112,686,000 in 1924,114,104,000 in 1925, and 115,614,000 in 1926.




Circulation statement of United Stales money, July 1, 1926
Money outside of the Treasury

Money held in the Treasury
Kind of money

Gold coin and bullion
Gold certificates.-Standard silver dollars
Silver certificates
Treasury notes of 1890
_
Subsidiary silver.
United States notes
Federal reserve notes
_
_
Federal reserve bank notes
National bank notes
TotalJuly 1,1926
Comparative totals:

Stock of
money'

Total

Reserve
Amount
against
held in trust
United
against gold
States
and silver
certificates notes (and
(and Treasury
notes of 1890)
1890)

Held for

Federal
reserve
banks and
agents

All other
money.

$4,500,324,107 $3,713,394,454 SI, 680,503,599 $154,188,886 $1, 717, 348,235 $161, 353, 734;
(1,680,503,599)
5,705,547
464,965,358
459,239,809
533, 493,778
'(457,903,505)
> (1, 356, 304)
,145,463
6,145,463
288,894,47.
3,835,118
3,835,118
346,681,016
938,875
938,875
1,995,205,700
134,743
134, 743
5,713,148
17,759,852
17,759,862
702,669, 244
8,372,981,468 -4,207,173,861 2,139,763,408 154,188,886 1, 717, 348,235 ! 195,873, 332

Total

Held by
Federal
reserve
banks and
agents*

Population
of continental
United
States
Per
capita (estimated)

In circulation

$786,929,653 $341,861,293 $445,068,360 $3.85
1,680, 503,599
623,139,480 1,057,364,119 9.15
68, 528,4221
51,905,824
.45
16,622,698
457,903,605
377,741,064 3.27
80,162,441
1, 356,304
1,356, 304
.01
282,749,012
270,046,057 2.34
12,702,955
294,915,527 2.55
342,845, 898
47,930, 371
1,994,266,825
314,882,629 1,679,384,196 14.54
5,452,708
.05
125,69:
5,578,405
_
651,476,522 5.64|
684,909,392
33,432,870
6,305,571,015 1,470,860,334 4,834,710,681 41.85J 116,~523,OOO

June 1,1926
8,360,213,963 < 4,193, 611,743 2,123,505,502 154,188,886 1,710,740,935 205,170,420 6,290.107,722 1,419,222,902 4,870,884,760 42.21 115,404,000
July 1,1925 •_8,221,191,543 * 4,174,598,940 2,059,798,696 153, 620,"" 1,752,744,435 208,434,823 6,106,391,299 1, 369,927,062 4, 730,464,23" 41.51 114,10-4,000
987,962,
5,628,427, 732 52.36 107,491,000
8,326, 338,207 * 2,406, 801, 772
Nov. 1, 1920
696,854,226 152,979,026 1,206, 341,990 350,626,530 6,616,390,721
105,219,418 5,053,910,830
5, 312,109,272 '2,942,998,527 2,684,800,085 152,979,026
953, 320,126 4,100,590,704 39. 54 103,716,000
Apr. 1,1917...
99,027,000
180,273,444 3,402,015,427
3.402,015,427 34.
3, 738,288.871 * 1,843,452,323 1,507,178,879 150,000,000
July 1,1914
90,817,762
816.266, 721|
816, 266, 721 16. 92 48,231,000
1,007,084,483 '212,420,402
Jan. 1, 1879
21,602,640 100,000,0001
* Revised figures.
1
Includes United States paper currency in circulation in foreign countries and the amount held by the Cuban agencies of the Federal reserve banks.
2
Does not include gold bullion or foreign coin outside of vaults of the Treasury, Federal reserve banks, and Federal reserve agents.
3
These amounts are not included in the total since the money held in trust against gold and silver certificates and Treasury notes of 1890 is included under gold coin and bullion
and 4 standard silver dollars, respectively.
The amount of money held in trust against gold and silver certificates and Treasury notes of 1890 should be deducted from this total before combining it with total money outside
of the Treasury to arrive at the stock of money in the United States.
6
This total includes $18,406,917 of notes in process of redemption, $151,662,551 of gold deposited for redemption of Federal reserve notes, $8,633,931 deposited for redemption of national bank notes, $4,065 deposited for retirement of additional circulation (act of May 30,190S), and $6,001,490 deposited as a reservo against postal savings deposits.
1
1
Includes money held by the Cuban agencies of the Federal reserve banks of Boston and Atlanta.
NOTE.—Gold certificates are secured dollar for dollar by gold held in the Treasury for their redemption; silver certificates are secured dollar for dollar by standard silver dollars
held in the Treasury for their redemption; United States notes are secured by a gold reserve of $154,188,886 held in the Treasury. This reserve fund may also be used for the redemption of Treasury notes of 1890, which are also secured dollar for dollar by standard silver dollars held in the Treasury. Federal reserve notes are obligations of the United States
and a first lien on all the assets of the issuing Federal reserve bank. Federal reserve notes are secured by the deposit with Federal reserve agents of a like amount of gold or of gold
and such discounted or purchased paper as is eligible under the terms of the Federal reserve act. Federal reserve banks must maintain a gold reserve oi at least 40 per cent, including
the gold redemption fund which must be deposited with the United States Treasurer, against Federal reserve notes in actual circulation. Lawful money has been deposited with
the Treasurer of the United States for retirement of all outstanding Federal reserve bank notes. National bank notes are secured by United States bonds except where lawful money
has been deposited with the Treasurer of the United States for their retirement. A 5 per cent fund is also maintained in lawful money with the Treasurer of the United States for the
redemption of national bank notes secured by Government bonds.




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REPORT OP THE COMPTEOLL-EE OF THE CUBRENCY

Imports and exports of merchandise, calendar years 1914 to 1925, inclusive, and from
January 1 to September SO, 1926
Imports of
merchandise

Excess of
exports over
imports

$1,789,276,001 $3,113,624,050
1,778,596,695 3, 554, 670,847
2,391,635,335
5,482,641,101
2,952,465,955
6,226, 255, 654
3,031,304,721 6,149, 241, 951
3, 904, 364,932
7,920,426.990
5,278,481,490 8,228,016,307
2,609,147,570
4,485,031,356
3,112, 746,833 3,831,777,469
3,792,065,963 4,167,493,080
... .
3,609, 962, 579 4,590.983,845
4,226, 589,263 4,909, 847,511
1 3,323, 624,518 13,410,834,472

1914
1915
1916
1917
1918 .
J919. .
1920
1921
.
1922
1923
1924
1925. .
1926 (9 months)

$1,324,348,049
1,776,074,152
3,091,005,766
3,273,789,699
3,117,937,230
4,016,061,058
2,949,534,817
1,975,883,786
719,030,636
375,427,117
981,021,266
683,258,248
•87,209,954

66,070,843,633

24,370,581,778

. . .

Total, 12 years and 9 months
1

Exports of
merchandise

41,7C0, 261, 855

Preliminary, subject to correction.

Gold and silver imports and exports in period indicated
GOLD

Imports

1914
1915
1916.
1917
1918.
1919... .
1920
1921
1922...
1923
1924
1925
1926 (9 months)

. . . . .

Total, 12 years and 9 months

...

Exports

Excess of
exports over
imports

$222, 616.156
31,425,918
155,792, 927
371,883,884
41,069, 818
368,186, 248
322,091,208
23,891,377
36, 874, 894
28,643,417
61,648,313
262,639, 790
99,628, 266

$165,228,415

2,026,391, 216 1

591, 246,236

$25,959,187
34,483,954
32,263,289
53,340,477
71,375,699
89,410,018
88,060,041
63,242,671
70,806,653
74,453, 530
73,944, 902
64,595,418
56,127,768

$61,603,060
53,598,884
70,595,037
84,130,876
252,846,464
239,021,051
113,616,224
51,575,399

$25,643,873
19,114,930
38,331,748
30,790,399
181,470.765
149, ell)033
25, 556.183

72,468,789
109,891,033
99,127,585
72,568,744

35,946,131
34, 532,167
16,440, 976

798,063,607

1,333,850,432

557,438,205

$57,387,741
451,954, 590
685,990, 234
552,454,374
62,042,748
76,534,046
417,068,273
691,248,297
275,169,785
322,715,812
319,720, 918
128,273,172
170,851,495
4,211,411,485

291,651,202

134,366,618

Excess of
imports over
exports

$420,528,672
530,197,307
180,570,490
20,972,930
94,977,065
667,356,920
238,294,891
294,072,395
258,072,605
71,223,229
2,776,266,504

SILVER
1914..
1915
1916
1917
1918
1919
1920
1921
1922
1923
1924
1925..
1926 (9 months)
Total, 12 years and 9 months.




62, 807, 286

$11,667,272
7, 999,367
1,984,741

21,651,380

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107

BANKS IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
The returns from 65 banking associations in the District of Columbia, on or about June 30, 1926, 13 of which were national banks, 7
loan and trust companies, 23 savings banks, and 22 building and
loan associations, showed total assets of $351,438,000, an increase of
$22,884,000 in the year, notwithstanding there were 3 fewer institutions operating in the District in June of the current year, with
combined capital of $24,144,000 and individual deposits amounting
to $268,665,000.
'Classification of these institutions, with capital, individual deposits,
and aggregate resources, follows:
•

Number

Building and loan associations

13
7
23
22
65

Total
1

Amounts due to banks not included

Capital

Individual
deposits'

$10,277,000 $115,474,000
11, 400, 000
75,920,000
2, 467, 000
34,477,000
» 42,794,000
24,144, 000

268, 665,000

Aggregate
assets
$160,540,000
102,051,000
40,274,000
48,573, 000
351,438,000

* Share payments mainly.

EARNINGS, EXPENSES, AND DIVIDENDS OF BANKS OTHER THAN
NATIONAL IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
On June 30, 1926, there were 7 trust companies and 23 savings
banks in the District of Columbia, with combined capital of
$13,867,000 and surplus of $9,670,000.
The gross earnings of these banks aggregated $8,798,000, as compared with $8,016,000 on June 30, 1925. Interest and discount
earned totaled $6,918,000, an increase of $733,000 over the previous
year.
The expenses of operation for the year were $5,954,000, exceeding
the amount paid for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1925, by more
than a half million dollars. The principal items of expenses were
salaries and wages of $2,027,000, and interest paid on deposits
$2,167,000. These associations show net earnings during the period
of $2,844,000 and recoveries on charged-off assets $129,000, a total
of $2,973,000, exceeding by $283,000 net earnings and recoveries
reported by 31 trust companies and savings banks operating in the
District of Columbia on June 30, 1925.
Of the total losses charged off, $548,000, $217,000 were on loans
and $164,000 on bonds and securities, etc.
Net addition to profits in the current year was $2,425,000, as
compared with $2,269,000 on June 30, 1925, and dividends of
$1,337,000 were declared, the same as on June 30 of the previous
year.




108

EEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

Comparative statement showing earnings, expenses, and dividends
of these banks for the years ended June 30, 1925, and June 30, 1926,
follows:
Earnings, expenses, and dividends of trust companies and savings banks in the
District of Columbia
[In thousands of dollars]
Six months ended Dec.
31,1925
24
31
7 trust
com- savings total
panies banks banks

Total surplus fund
Dividends declared

7 trust
23
30
com- savings total
panies banks banks

Gross earnings:
Domestic exchange and collection
Profits of foreign exchange departCommissions and earnings from
insurance premiums and the
negotiation of real estate loans..
_

Total

2,467
1,620
109

13,867
9,670
702

13,867
9,670
1,337

13,951
7,954
1,337

3,438

2,320

1,160

3,480

6,918

6,185

25

4

16

20

45

35

8

17

9

5

14

31

24

41

64
235
700

55
157
432

33

142

128

88'
157
560

152
392
1,260

82
597
1,093

3,160

1,319

4,479

2,977

1,342

4,319

8,798

8,016

657

331

988

710

329

1,039

2,027

1,897

9
746
181
247

12
330
42
207

21
1,076

6

24

774
457
244

45

223
454

18
317
99
238

1, 840

922

2,762

2,191

1,001

3,192

5, 954

5,434

1,320
56

397
15

1,717
71

786
50

341
8

1,127
58

2,844
129

2,582

1, 376

412

1,788

836

349

1,185

2,973

2,690

42
45

74
7

116
52

39
99

62
13

101
112

217
164

203

50

28
6

78
6

62
2

19

81
2

159
8

82
10
110
16

137

115

252

202

94

296

548

421

1, 239

297

1,536

634

255

889

2,425

2,269

2, 559
1,604
98

2,332

1,106

3

22

9

23
235
558

Expenses paid."
Interest and discount on borloterest on deposits
Other expenses
Total..
Net earnings during the period
Recoveries on charged-off assets
Total
Losses charged off:
On bonds, securities, etc
On trust department operations
Other losses
_
On foreign exchange
.
Total
Net addition to profits during the

Year
Year
ended ended
June
June
30,1926, TO, 1925,
30
31
banks > banks

13,959 11,400
8, 554 8,050
593
635

11,400
6,950
537

.

Other earnings

Six months ended June
30,1926

37

1,091

2,167

1,987

556
482

779
936

655
858

108

i Includes earnings, but not capital and surplus, first six months only, one bank converted into national
association.

BUILDING AND I0AN ASSOCIATIONS IN THE DISTRICT OF
COLUMBIA
On June 30, 1926, there were 22 building and loan associations
operating in the District of Columbia under the supervision of the
Comptroller of the Currency, with total resources of $48,573,000, as
compared with resources of 24 associations on June 30, 1925, having
resources of $43,977,000.
The loans on June 30, 1926, aggregated $46,781,000, and were
$4,299,000 greater than in June of the year previous. Installment
payments
 on shares also increased from $38,653,000 to $42,794,000.


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109

There were 16 of the associations operating on the permanent plan,
5 on the serial plan, and 1 on the terminating plan. One of the associations requires installment dues on payments of $2, 1 payments
of $2.50, and the remaining 20 payments of $1. The associations
had on June 30, 1926, a total membership of 60,087, as compared
with 57,435 members a year ago, those borrowing in the current
year numbering 16,541, while the number of nonborrowing was
43,546.
The statement following discloses the number of associations,
aggregate loans, installments paid on shares, and total resources on
June 30 each year 1909-1926. Summaries of the resources and
liabilities of the individual associations for the six months ended
June 30, 1926, together with consolidated statement of assets and
liabilities, and receipts and disbursements for the six months ended
December 31, 1925, and June 30, 1926, are published in the appendix
of this report.
Years

June 30—
1909
1910
1911
1912
1913
1914
1915
1916
1917
1918
1919
1920
1921
1922
1923
1924
1925.
1926

Number
of associations

22
19
19
20
20
20
20
19
19
20
20
21
24
22
23
23
24.
22

Loans

$13,511,587
14, 415, 832
14, 965, 220
16, 004, 700
17, 398, 010
18, 582,156
19, 524, 065
20,186, 662
20, 951, 089
21, 567, 904
23, 654, 000
27, 398, 000
29, 520, 000
33, 2S3, 000
36,157, 000
38, 968, 000
42, 482, 000
40,781,000

Installments
on shares

$11,996,357
13,213, 044
13, 324, 217
14, 529, 977
16, 453, 044
17,113,899
17,866, 337
18, 668, 808
19, -4!3, 266

20, 282, 005
22,463, 000
25, 373, 000
27, 593, 000
30, 506, 000
32, 858, 000
35. 452, 000
38, 653, 000
42, 794, 000

Aggregate
resources

$14, 393, 927
15,250, 731
16, 017, 405
17,100, 293
18,438, 294
19, 029, 260
20, 655, 614
21, 611. 007
22, 264,005
23, 215, 027
25, 699, 000
29, 322, 000
31, 683, 000
34,879, 000
37, 589,000
40, 467,000
43,977,000
48, 573, 000

BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES
Information furnished by Mr. H. F. Cellarius, secretary, United
States League of Local Building and Loan Associations, with headquarters at Cincinnati, Ohio, shows that for the fiscal year ended
1925, the latest date for which complete statistics are available, the
total number of building and loan associations in the United States
was 12,403, as compared with 11,844 in the previous year, and
membership in the associations was 9,886,997, an increase of 1,332,645.
Of the total assets, which increased from $4,765,937,197 to $5,509,176,154, 92.3 per cent were invested in mortgage loans.
Pennsylvania made the largest increase in aggregate assets last
year, gaining $130,000,000; Ohio increased $82,264,610; Massachusetts $57,310,184; while New Jersey gained $45,726,625 in five
months. Other increases in assets aggregating more than $10,000,000
last year are: Illinois, $44,077,122; New York, $41,082,676; California, $31,970,748; Wisconsin, $31,465,915; Indiana, $26,453,710;
Missouri, $23,449,927; Louisiana, $22,992,658; Washington, $22,903,289; Nebraska, $18,414,254; Florida, $18,166,550; Texas, $17,991,773; Michigan, $16,000,010; Oklahoma, $15,273,761; Kansas,
$14,417,779; and North Carolina, $11,188,546.



110

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OP THE CURRENCY

The largest percentages of gain by States in assets for the year
over the preceding year were made by Florida, 117 per cent; Texas,
53 per cent; State of Washington, 43 per cent; California, 29 per
cent; Wisconsin, 26 per cent; Missouri, 25 per cent; Louisiana, 21
per cent; and Michigan and Oklahoma each nearly 20 per cent.
The table following shows by States the number of associations,
total membership, and total assets, etc., for the fiscal year ended in
1925:
States

Number
! of assoi eiations

Pennsylvania'
Ohio
New Jersey s
Massachusetts
Illinois
New York
Indiana 3
Wisconsin
Nebraska
California
Louisiana
Missouri
Michigan..
Kansas
Oklahoma
North Carolina
Washington
Kentucky
Texas
District of Columbia..
Iowa
Florida
Colorado
Arkansas
Utah.
Minnesota
West Virginia
South Carolina •
Rhode Island
Maine..
Connecticut
Oregon
Montana
New Hampshire
Delaware
North Dakota
Tennessee
South Dakota
New Mexico'
Arizona
Vermont
Other States 1 -

4,440
865
1,410
220
852
30fi
397
167
84
152
94
242
90
148
88
246
71
145
119
23
74
47
56
63
24
83
59
150
7
39
37
37
30
28
40
17
21
27
12
6
9
1,379

Total.

12,403

Total
membership
1,700,000
2,098,733
1,008,092
439,553
783,888
447, 721
349, 879
200, 939
202,100
156,388
162,148
182, 550
177, 883
172, 272
146, 210
92,007
217,440
125,200
83, 562
57,239
71,800
25,365
72,183
46,286
51,000
66,429
54,500
25,000
29,248
25, 787
35, 574
34,200
36,900
14, 773
14,500
13,960
8,775
7,950
6,300
5,530
3,533
433,600

Total assets

Increase in
assets

$990,000,000 $130,000,000
82,264, 610
847, 570,701
45, 726, 625
645,539,550
57, 310,184
369, 273, 095
44, 077,122
317,403, 747
41, 082, 676
258, 089, 817
26, 453, 710
218,479,623
31,465,915
149, 648, 269
18,414, 254
141, 435, 904
31,970, 748
140, 657, 891
22,992, 658
129,924, 059
23,449, 927
117, 007, 732
16,000, 010
96,302, 277
93, 267, 836
14, 417, 779
93,061,767
15, 273, 761
81,188, 546
11,188, 546
22,903, 289
76,145, 600
64,192, 658
8,996, 201
51,971,859
17,991,773
46,020, 000
3,988, 000
37,380, 525
4, 070, 530
18,166, 550
33, 616, 550
4, 786,331
30, 458, 600
27, 551, 264
2, 702,996
25, 458, 736
2,908,116
25, 212, 662
4, 372, 708
25,000,000
1, 743, 242
20,000,000
5, 000, 000
17, 075, 323
2,187, 648
16, 631, 015
2, 295, 692
16,197,954
2, 004, 644
14,871, 323
3, 068, 886
13,109, 462
1, 460,190
8,145, 484
814, 950
7,412, 252
1, 210, 913
6,965, 555
796,158
5, 212,066
734,167
4,951, 443
« 127, 089
2,950, 000
400,000
2, 371, 970
< 6,923
1, 798, 039
444, 088
239,625,000
18, 237, 372

9,886,997 I 5, 509,176,154

743, 238, 957

Increase in
membership
100,000
409,047
80,597
57,279
211,888
38,725
32, 824
32,826
9,900
39,999
26,788
27,770
19,288
19,657
24, 768
7,007
66, 397
8,800
16,568
1,585
6,800
7,215
19,141
7,019
6,925
23, 549
2,200
1,000
2,563
187
2,897
5,400
2,500
552
1,850
1,600
1,125
1
210
550
<20
521
8,570
1,332,645

' Estimated*
'New Jersey as May 31,1925, previous report Deo. 31,1924.
'Indiana as Dee. 31, 1925, previous report Sept. 30,1924.
'Decrease.

FAILURES OF BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS, 1920-1925

In the year 1925 there were 26 failures of building and loan associations in the United States, involving a loss of approximately a half
million dollars. Of these failures 22 were in Pennsylvania, 1 in North
Carolina, 1 in Utah, and 2 in Minnesota. Seventeen of the associations which failed in Pennsylvania were located in Philadelphia and
closed by the State banking department in July of 1925. They had
combined assets of about $2,000,000, were controlled by the same persons, and their failure was due to mismanagement.



REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

111

The following is a summary of building and loan association
failures and losses each year from 1920 to 1925, inclusive, together
with a statement of the total number and total resources of these
associations for each year and the annual per cent of loss to total
resources:
Total n u m ber of
Total resources N u m b e r
associafailed
tions
1920
1921
1922
1923
1924
1925

8,633
9,255
10,009
10, 744
11,844
12,403

$2, 519,914,971
2, 890, 764, 621
3, 342, 630,9S3
3,942, 939,880
4, 765, 937.197
.-,. rm. 17fi. 154

2
6
4
9
18
26

Loss

$506
91,547
158,674
132, 612
398, 245
600,000

Per cent
of loss
to total
resources
0.00002
.0032
.0047
.0034
.0084
.0090

MONETARY STOCKS IN THE PRINCIPAL COUNTRIES OF THE
WORLD
Figures furnished by the Mint Bureau for the calendar year 1925,
in relation to the monetary stock of the principal countries of the
world, show the total of gold stock in the aggregate of $9,603,759,000,
of which amount $9,509,793,000 was in banks and public treasuries,
and the remaining stock, $93,966,000, was in circulation. The silver
stock totaled $4,288,672,000. The total gold stock showed a reduction of $65,600,000 over the calendar year 1924, while the stock of
silver increased $1,620,355,000.
The statement following shows the monetary stock of the principal
countries of the world at the end of the calendar year 1925:




Monetary stock of principal countries of the world, end of calendar year 1925
[Stated in United States money ( O omitted), except paper stock, which is stated in monetary unit of issuing country (000 omitted)]
OO
Monetary unit
Country

Monetary
standard

Name

United
States
equivalent

Gold stock
Metallic
stock
unclassi- In banks
fied
and public In circulation
treasuries

North America:
United States
Gold..
Dollar
$1.00
$4,408,696
1
Canada 3
.
_ do
do
1.00
~~$49,"9l5"
156, 769
Mexico
- .do
Peso
.4985
16,683
1,101
British Honduras.. ...do
• 1.00
90
Dollar
Costa Rica 1 ...
...do
684
Colon
.25
4,731
Cuba. . .
do
Peso
1 00
300
Dominican Repub- ...do
Dollar
1 00
lic.
Guatemala .
do
Quetzal
1.00
•208
Haiti
...do
Gourde- _ .20
250
Honduras
Silver
Peso
C)
30
Gold.,
Newfoundland
Dollar
1.00
'1,000
- - d o . . . . Cordoba. _ 1.00
Nicaragua
do
Panama... .
300
Balboa
1.00
Salvador
_ ...do
5,005
Colon
.50
...do
85
Dollar
.965
Virgin Islands.
British West IndiesBarbados..
...do
.- do
1. 0138
Jamaica i
do
Pound
4.8865
Trinidad _
do
Dollar
1. 0138
Dutch West Indies . . do
.402
334
Guilder
French West Indies—
...do
Guadeloupe"
Franc
.193
299
...do . —do.
Martinique
<700
.193
South America:
Argentina
.do
Peso
435,880
.9648
Bolivia....
...do
Boliviano
.3893
8,223
Brazil
...do
Milreis .
. 5402
54,298
13
Chile" 4
—do
Peso
25,217
.1217
Colombia
...do
—do
.9733
Ecuador"
...do
Sucre
4,500
.4867
Guiana—
British....
...do
Dollar
1. 0139
Dutch
..do.... Guilder
94
.402
.
French*
...do
94
Franc
.193




Paper circulation in
monetary
unit of
issuing
country

Silver
stock

Total

Per capita
Population

$827,568
26, 266
7,783
195
247
8,413
400

i 5,423,421
401,060
3,220
653
20, 554
' 317, 376
2,300

112,079
8,788
14,210
45
498
3,123
897

208
250
30
1,000

$18,924

$4,408,696
156, 769
16, 683
90
684
23,655
300

'500

« 25, 339
16, 763
' 1,250
«185
6,898

Unclassified
stock

$5.68
.08

Paper

Gold

Silver

$39.33
17. 831.17
2.00
1.37
7.57
.33

$7.38
2.98
.54
4.33
.50
2.69
.44

48.38
45.d3
.22
14.51
41.27
101.02
2.56

.20

10.32
8.19
1.86
.69
9.85

.08
.12
.04
3.77

1,500

16,119
» 2,500

41
888
1,625
183

940
223
4,260
1,582

156
858
391
166

299

7,617"

72

334

3

2,454
2,045
673
266
700
443
1,551
25

54

40,297
* 20,000

230
240
8,699
2,800
30,636
3,765
5,855
2,000

50.11
2.85
1.77
6.71
1.30
3.00

.79
1.62
1.00

151. 72
13.35
92.35
103. 42
4.97
8.00

298
108
26

.87
3.61

.67
2.76
7.46

5.27
27.31
413.84

300
5,005
88

420
•<2,300
•435
110

435,880
8,223
64,298
25,217
7,617
6,000

<2,957
9,519
2,000

1,319,798
38, 591
2,829,134
"388,346
29,121
16,000

94
94

201
299
194

1,571
2,950
10,760

'17

.67
3.22
3.52

.62
8.68
.62
.24
2.88

10.39
100.00

2.01

.26
1.03
4.15
1.10

6.02
.26
10.89
9.53

1.30

.23

175. 24
83.33

2.92

Paraguay
Venezuela14
Europe:
Austria »
Belgium w

...do
do
do
...do

Peso
Peso

do!.-.. Schilling
...do
Franc
do
(17)

Gold
do .
Finland 18

do
do
do

do

Franc
do . R e i c h s mark.
Great Britain and . . . d o - Pound
Irish Free State.
Drachma
do
Pengo
...do
Hungary"
do
do
do
Italy
Lat . .
. do .
do
Litas
do
Malta
Guilder...
Netherlands
...do
Norway
_. do— Krone
...do
Poland
Zloty
do
do
ChervoRussia21
_
...do
netz.
Peseta
Spain"
...do
-..do
Switzerland
...do
Yugoslavia !6.. _ _ ...do

Franc
Piaster
Dinar

" 3, 000
W, 164
56, 814
15,000

3,000
19,164
56, 814
15,000

3,304
9,000

' 262, 707
6,400
>5 50, 282
40,000

1,000
7, 300
1,529
2,412

3.00
2.63
37.15
6.22

2,087
52, 855
7,981
i< 19, 014
5
56,035
133
8, 357
710, 968
264, 753

2,087
52, 855
7,981
19, 014
5
56,085
133
8,357
710,968
264, 753

»463
• 17,469
3,351
» 5, 070
1,950
3,627
11
22
61,993
106,932

890, 001
7, 813,692
3, 655, 301
8, 408, 351
34, 617
437,737
3, 457,418
1, 309,306
51, 085,133
6, 497,452

6,423
7,466
4,910
13,611
400
3,268
1,107
3,367
39, 210
59, 853

.32
7.08
1.62
1.39
.01
17.13
.12
2 48
18.13
4.42

.07
2.34
.68
.37
4.87
1.11
.01

4.8605

712, 086

712,086

305,245

438,156

47,334

15.04

6.44

.193
.1749
268
.193
.193
10
4. 8665
.402
.268
.193
1 0805
. 193
5.1455

8,941
10, 407
1
603
137,956
4,548
174

8,941
10,407
603
137,956
4,548
174

167

5, 682, 309
415, 515

1.73
1.31
6.28
3.54
3.02
.07

178, 080
45, 513
15,195
9,267
26,735
93, 858

178, 080
45, 513
15,195
9,267
26, 735
93, 858

2 32, 096
0
3,860
750
= 219
48,130
6,673
17,362
1,964
9 893
73,100

5,168
7,945
96
38,901
1,503
2,293
184
6,865
2,632
27,558
6,033
17,393
142,038

.193
.268
.193
.044
.193

489,629
61, 876
81, 501
4 ?IK r,0A
14,657

489, 029
61, 876
135, 208
345 f»26
14, G57

125, 737
22, 752
49, 344
' 73, 548
3, 375

21,347
5,904
3,880
14, 549
12, 017

.9648
4 8665
1. 0342
.193
.1407
.193
193
2026
.195
.268
00268
0252
.193
.2382 •

53, 707

1
Includes gold a n d silver certificates (representing coin and bullion held in trust in
the Treasury) redeemable on d e m a n d .
1
Including some silver coin.
3
I n B a n k of Mexico.
* Last year's figures.
6
Silver coin in circulation in April, 1926.
6
Fluctuates with the price of silver.
"' Stated in United States dollars and including $800,000 in United Slates bills.
8
Government notes only.
• Including minor coius.
10
Stated in francs.
11
On June 30,1926




21, 449, 700
61,443
81,918
800
S99, 818
362,800
663, 265
1, 766, 693
26, 460, 185
78,136
4, 445,134 !
529, 789
877, 315
" 158, 749
6,062, 684

2.18
3.73

1.58
1.78

262. 71
.88
32.89
16.58
138. 56
1,046. 57
744. 46
617. 76
86.54
133.94
3,123. 23
388. 86
1, 302. 86
108. 55
9.25

25.94
17.29
. 55
1.59
1.53
.66

.82
2.50
.32
1.19
7.01
2.53
.03
.32
.05
.51

1, 099. 51
62.29
83. 62
551. 39
40.88
35.72
4.34
131. 07
137. 84
24.06
292. 83
1, 521. 31
.55

22.93
10.48
34.84
23.75
1.22

5.89
3.85
12.71
5.05
.28

208.23
89.73
226.11
10.91
504. 51

.02

i1 New monetary unit established Sept. 17, 1925.
a On Jan. 19,1926.
Estimated.
'» Gold certificates, Nov. 30, 1925.
'•• Stock in national bank.
•' Monetary standard not established.
18
New monetary unit established Dec. 21, 1925.
w New monetary unit established Nov. 21,1925.
*° Incomplete.
» On Jan. 1, 1926
» Oh Jan. 2, 1926.
» Stated in Turkish pounds.

O

w
H
o
H

3
o
o
!^
H

w

o
t-i

w
o
)
H
M
Q

cj
ft)
pi
M

'A
a
Ki

Monetary stock of principal countries of the world, end of calendar year 1925—Continued
[Stated in United States money ( O omitted), except paper stock, which is stated in monetary unit of issuing country (000 omitted)]
OO
Monetary unit
Country

Monetary
standard

Name

Asia:
BritishNorth Borneo Gold.... Dollar
Ceylon'4
...do
Rupee
China*
Silver... Dollar
Gold.... Pound
Cyprus Island'
Federated Malay ..do
Dollar
States.
...do
India, British
Rupee
Indo-China, French. Silver... Piaster
Japan, including Gold... Yen
Taiwan.
Netherlands East ...do
Guilder
Indies.
Palestine
...do
Pound
Persia
Silver... Kran
Philippine Islands.. Gold.... Peso
...do
Sarawak
Dollar
...do
Siam
Ticai
Straits Settlements ...do
Dollar
-do
. Pound
Syria
Africa:
Silver
Abyssinia6
Thalari.-Algeria . .
Gold . Franc .
...do
Belgian Congo
-do
.
.do
Egypt
Eritrea . .
.do
Lira
-do
Gambia
Pound
...do. . -do
Gold Coast
...do
Guinea, French
Franc
Kenya Colony and ...do
Shilling .
Uganda.4
Madagascar..do
Franc
..do
Morocco
.do
...do
Nigeria.. . .
Pound
...do
Nyasaland
--do
Portuguese East ...do
Escudo.4Africa.




United
States
equivalent

Gold stock
Metallic
stock
unclassi- In banks In circufied
and public lation
treasuries

$0.5678
.3244

C)

""$22,"798"

4.8665
.5678

Total

Paper circulation in
monetary
unit of
issuing
country

Silver
stock

Per capita
Population

Unclassified
stock

$15
1,250
292

$15
1,250
292

$12,438
164,143
711
60

2,377
57,971
192,728
.525
9,746

258
4,505
427,679
317
1,325

$0.05

4.91
.19

.4867

81,464

81,464

.4985

575,768

575, 768

1, 608, 206
4
76,629
' 192,196

1,917, 620
i° 1,476,300
»1,721, 206

247,003
19, 748
73,227

76,327

76,327

168,357

388,310
1,000
52,000
''" 134, 506
4
156
125,134
198,633
9,815

700
9,500
10,314
600
9,410
935
2,140

225
917,411
66,492
35, 572

8,000
5,802
15,000
13, 551
450
210
2,299
2,020
2,529

13! 907

.402

3,237

3,237

148
32,726
18,934

1,754

1,754

44,452
12,155

4.9431
.60
.5678
.3709
.5678
3.860

4

18,103
340

.193
.193
4.9431
.193
4.8665
4. 8665
.193
.2433
.193
.193
4. 8665
4. 8665
1.0805

18,374
16,710

16, 710

36,938
1,692

4

4

1,839
300
487

$49
486

349
973

4

4

119
1,335
23,450
1,194

1,253
9,422

4

4,852
193
4,995
1,246

503,807
394,463
347

5

» 40,478

3,382
6,000
18,588
1,176
3,120

Silver

Paper

$2.76
.38
2.24
.04

9.21
12.86
.45
1.66
7.35

7.86

6.51
3.88
2.62

7.75
74.75
23.55

1.54

3.41

7.86

.31

.21
3.44
1.83

1.87

49,351

C)

Gold

4.72
13.00

1.43
5.47
13.04
.26
13.29
212.44
4.58

$6.92
.33

8.45
.04

3.17
1.23

2.72
3.76
.62
3.72

.31
.29
.31

1.43
.03
.26
1.06

.03
158.12
4.43
2.62
.56
.58
11.61
.47
148.97
65.74
.01

12.97

Portuguese
West ...do
...do
Africa.
...
...do. .. Franc
Reunion Island H
Rhodesia, Northern. ...do
Pound

..do.
...do.. .

do

do

Sornaliland—
British
Italian*

do

-do.
...do.

do
do.
Tunis
Union of South Af- ...do
rica.
Oceania:

Fiji Islands
Society Islands
Total

Rupee
Shilling
Pound

..do.
do

...do.
...do...
...do

1.0805
.193
4.8665
4 8665
.193
4 8665

80,000
1,900
37

37

2,020

2,020

l*u
39Q

3244
.'193
.3244
2433
.193
4.8665

33

33

4. 8665
4.8665
4. 8665
.193

241
1,863
4,178

174
931
808

467, 699
150

1,225
1 541

Xi

300

344

96

87

1.17
1.86
.58
2.48

32.00
2.00
.91
114. 39
1.54

45,230

11, 680

56,910

3.43

164,275
37,668

127, 840

19.24

17,204

6,593
2,000
6,612
'» 239, 654
10,694
3,791

491 |

774

54, 092
8 948
350

27,041
427, 698

9, 509, 793

93,966

9,603,759

.04

2 50

197

127^840

491

20.00
10.92

206
1,000
7,200
2,095
6,929

675

i

.3244

Pound
do
do . .
Franc

59

4,000

33,000

4, 288,672

.16

8.21

5,436
30.22
1 293 29 13
164 !
28
1, 703, 310

.25

.06

23.51
299

472

5.63

189 65
381 79
09

9.95
5.37
2.13
965.75

2.52

4
Last year's
figures.
" On Dec. 23,1925.
6
Fluctuates with the rjriee of silver.
« Bank notes only, on Jan. 2,1926.
M
» Stated in francs.
Exclusive of 1,277,780 pesos in United States Federal reserve bank notes.
27
» Estimated.
There also circulate Portuguese pound notes to the amount of 858,252 pounds.
!0
a8
Incomplete.
Tunisian notes of the Bank of Algiers.
NOTE.—Figures given represent each country's stock at the cad of the year, except when otherwise indicated. Population figures are from the Statistical Abstract of the United
States, 1924. Blanks indicate no figures available, rather than no stock. Gold held abroad as follows, not included in the above figures (presumably reported by the country having
actual possession): Canada, $18,772,373; Mexico, $2,090,596; Chile, $25,273,375; Peru, $3,430,883; Estonia, $2,563,274; France, $359,813,935; Germany, $23,010,358; Greece, $4,825,000;
Italy, $80,867,000; Lithuania, $3,054,347; Poland, $10,598,209; Rumania, $82,630,958; Spain, $5,692,921; Switzerland, $8,639,960; Japan, $128,613,000; Straits Settlements, $843,573; Morocco,
$15,247,000 (gold and silver); Union of South Africa, $5,388,933 (gold and silver).




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FEDERAL LAND BANKS
The resources of the 12 Federal land banks, September 30, 1926,
aggregated $1,138,542,000, and showed an increase in the year of
$79,056,000.
The principal items of resources were mortgage loans, $1,057,217,000, and interest accrued but not yet due on mortgage loans,
$19,573,000; United States bonds and securities, $34,354,000; cash
on hand and in banks, $10,372,000; notes receivable, acceptances,
etc., $5,104,000; accounts receivable, $2,352,000; banking house,
furniture and fixtures, $2,799,000; and Sheriffs' certificates, judgments, etc. (subject to redemption), $5,154,000.
The capital stock of these banks was $56,514,000, 97.7 per cent of
which, or $54,860,000, was subscribed by national farm loan associations. Capital stock held by the United States Government amounted
to $1,059,000; and by borrowers through agents, $595,000. Legal
reserves were $8,468,000; surplus, reserves, etc., $46,000; and undivided profits, $4,354,000, the total capital, reserves, surplus, and
undivided profits totaling $69,381,000, as compared with $65,697,000
the year previous.
Statement of the assets and liabilities of these banks September 30,
1926, follows:
Consolidated statement of condition of the 12 Federal land banks at the close of
business September SO, 1926

Assets:
Net mortgage loans
$1, 057, 216, 877. 59
Interest accrued but not yet due on mortgage loans
19, 573, 334. 09
United States Government bonds and securities
34, 354, 253. 59
Interest accrued but not yet due on bonds and securities.
395, 046. 14
Other interest accrued but not yet due
47, 692. 46
Cash on hand and in banks
10, 371, 788. 77
Notes receivable, acceptances, etc
5, 104, 164. 45
Accounts receivable
2, 351, 985. 65
Installments matured (in process of collection)
1, 174, 359. 52
Banking houses
2, 512, 025. 31
Furniture and fixtures
287, 199. 62
Sheriffs' certificates, judgments, etc. (subject to redemption)
5, 153, 643. 80
Total assets
1, 138, 542, 370. 99
Liabilities:
Farm-loan bonds outstanding
1, 048, 029, 045. 00
Interest accrued but not yet due on farm-loan bonds
15, 774, 874. 96
Notes payable
285, 648. 20
Accounts payable
921, 586.^8
Other interest accrued but not yet due
9, 013. 63
Due borrowers on uncompleted loans
573, 424. 60
Amortization installments paid in advance
1, 369, 929. 76
Farm-loan bond coupons outstanding (not presented)..
802, 786. 65
Dividends declared but unpaid
1, 394, 568. 65
Total liabilities
1, 069, 160, 878. 03
Net worth:
Capital stock United States Government
$1, 058, 885. 00
National farm-loan associations
54, 860, 465. 00
Borrowers through agents
594, 680. 00
Individual subscribers
115. 00
Total capital stock
56, 514, 145. 00
Reserve (legal)
8, 467, 500. 00
Surplus, reserves, etc
45, 944. 66
Undivided profits
4, 353, 903. 30
69, 381, 492, 96
Total liabilities and net worth
1,138, 542, 370. 99



EEPOE-T OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

Memoranda:
Total net earnings to Sept. 30, 1926
Less real estate acquired, charged off

$41, 454, 909. 70
10, 579, 930. 73

Net earnings available for distribution
Distribution of net earnings:
Dividends paid
$16, 926, 732. 61
Carried to suspense account
932, 503. 97
Banking house charged off
148, 394. 43
Carried to surplus, reserve, etc
Carried to reserve (legal)
Carried to undivided profits

45, 944. 86
8, 467, 500. 00
4, 353, 903. 30

Balance now carried
Capital stock originally subscribed by United States Government
Amount of Government stock retired to date
Capital stock held by United States Government

30, 874, 978. 97

18, 007, 631. 01

12, 867, 347. 96
8, 892, 130. 00
7, 833, 245. 00
1, 058, 885. 00

JOINT-STOCK LAND BANKS
The resources of the 83 joint-stock land banks on September 30,
1926, totaled $671,926,000 and showed an increase of $91,116,000
over the returns of September 30, 1925.
Mortgage loans increased from $519,237,000 to $614,639,000, and
interest accrued thereon but not due increased $1,668,000. United
States Government bonds and securities owned, $18,206,000, showed
a reduction of $8,344,000 in the year, but cash on hand and in banks
increased from $14,094,000 to $14,277,000.
The capital stock paid in was $44,724,000; surplus paid in and
earned, $3,546,000; legal reserve, $4,646,000; other net worth
accounts, $999,000; and undivided profits, $2,753,000—a total net
worth of $56,668,000, as compared with $50,305,000 on September
30, 1925.
Statement of the assets and liabilities of these banks, follows:
Consolidated statement of condition of the several joint-stock land banks at close of
business September 30, 19J6

Assets:
Net mortgage loans
$614, 639, 203. 62
Interest accrued but not yet due on mortgage loans
11, 194, 135. 30
United States Government bonds and securities
18, 206, 061. 03
Interest accrued but not yet due on bonds and securities.-.
220, 215. 18
Other interest accrued but not yet due
35, 963. 29
Cash on hand and in banks
14, 277, 157. 31
Notes receivable, acceptances, etc
1, 473, 933. 98
Accounts receivable
2, 331, 891. 61
Installments matured (in process of collection)
1. 800, 222. 43
Banking houses
1, 072, 637. 60
Furniture and
fixtures
194, 058. 99
Sheriffs' certificates, judgments, etc. (subject to redemption)
2. 407. 924. 75
Real estate
4,012,278. 16
Total assets




671, 925, 683. 25

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Liabilities:
Farm-loan bonds outstanding
Interest accrued but not yet due on farm-loan bonds
Notes payable
Accounts payable
Other interest accrued but not yet due
Due borrowers on uncompleted loans
Amortization installments paid in advance
Farm-loan bond coupons outstanding (not presented)
Dividends declared but unpaid
Total liabilities
Net worth: '
Capital stock paid in
Surplus paid in
Surplus earned
Reserve (legal)
Other net worth accounts
Undivided profits
Total liabilities and net worth

$597, 263, 000. 00
10, 033, 268. 96
3,424,213. 74
1,272, 917. 27
47, 780. 01
1, 223, 867. 15
1,019, 985. 66
940, 430. 96
32,187. 00
615,257,650. 75

$44, 724, 020. 74
_. 2, 002, 569. 36
1,543, 087. 61
4,646,152.45
999, 104. 87
2,753,097.47

56, 668, 032. 50
671, 925, 683. 25

FEDERAL INTERMEDIATE CREDIT BANKS
The resources of the 12 Federal intermediate credit banks on
September 30, 1926, were $123,634,000, which was an increase of
more than $10,975,000 over the total figures reported on September
30, 1925.
The largest items appearing in resources and liabilities were
direct loans and discounts of $78,490,000, capital stock callable from
United States Treasury, $36,000,000, capital stock subscribed, $60,000,000, debentures outstanding, exclusive of accrued interest
thereon, $55,240,000, and notes and bills payable, $3,594,000.
Surplus was $1,189,000, and undivided profits $1,026,000.
The statement following is a consolidated return of the resources
and liabilities of these banks:
Consolidated statement of condition of the 12 Federal intermediate credit banks as
of the close of business September SO, 1926

Assets:
Direct loans
$35, 951, 155. 20
Rediscounts
42, 539, 285. 60
Accrued interest on loans and rediscounts
465, 876. 37
United States Government bonds and securities
1, 013, 625. 01
Accrued interest on United States Government bonds and
securities
-_
6,085.99
Other securities
2,911,567.12
Accrued interest on other securities
1, 073. 36
Rediscounts for other Federal intermediate credit banks. _ 1, 000, 000. 00
Cash on hand and in banks
3, 607, 518. 45
Capital stock callable from United States Treasury
36, 000, 000. 00
Furniture and fixtures
,
-21,319. 03
Other assets
--116, 789. 71
Total assets




123, 634. 295. 84

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Liabilities:
Capital stock subscribed..
Surplus
Undivided profits
Other reserves..
Reserved for depreciation and losses
Debentures outstanding
Accrued interest on debentures outstanding
Notes and bills payable
Notes and bills rediscounted
Deferred rediscounts
Interest collected not earned
Cash capital rediscount agencies
Other accrued interest
Other liabilities

$60, 000, 000. 00
1, 189, 174. 33
1, 025, 924. 37
_
9, 431. 22
171, 115. 37
55, 240, 000. 00
908, 053. 37 I
3, 594, 424. 611
510, 000. 00
263, 766. 62 •
337,141. 35
125, 896. 19 '•
9, 217. 75 '
250,150. 66 ^

Total liabilities..

123, 634, 295. 84

NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL CREDIT CORPORATIONS

Since the last report to Congress, two national agricultural credit
corporations were established under authority of the agricultural
credit act of 1923—namely, the National Agricultural Credit Corporation of Fort Dodge, Iowa, and the National Agricultural Credit
Corporation of Des Moines, Iowa. Each of these corporations was
incorporated with the minimum capital, $250,000. These two cor-'
porations, with the Pacific National Agricultural Credit Corporation
of Fresno, Calif., established in 1925, are the only corporations which
have been organized under authority of the act in question.
By reference to the statement following, it will be noted that the
combined capital of these three corporations is $1,000,000, and total
liabilities $2,308,577.29. Loans and discounts, comprising the principal asset, aggregated $2,024,215.29; and investments in United
States bonds and securities $253,428.73.
In the statement following is shown in detail for each corporation
the character and amount of their assets and liabilities at the close of
business on June 30, 1926:
Resources and liabilities of national agricultural credit corporations at the close oj
business June SO, 1926
Pacific
National
Agricultural
Credit Corporation ol
Fresno,
Calif.

National
Agricultural
Credit
Corporation of

Fort

Dodge,
Iowa

National
Agricultural
Credit
Corporation of
Des
Moines,
Iowa

Total

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts
United States bonds and securities
Furniture and fixtures
Gash and due from banks
Other resources
Total resources

$1,460,187.06 $314,184. 55 $249,843. 68 $2,024,215.29
128,417.97 62, 600. 00 62, 510. 76
253,428.73
493.75
333.00
826.75
6,177.81
327.88
6, 505.69
22,876.73
724.10
23,600.83
, 1,618,153. 32 376,684. 65 313,739.42 2, 308, 577.29

LIABILITIES

Capital stock
500,000.00 250,000. 00 250,000.00
Undivided profits
1,156.15
4,454. 71
2,108.11
Rediscounts (with Federal Intermediate Credit
970,600. 61 121,609.10 68,773.26
Bank)
Due to banks and bills payable
145,240.11
720.74
2,858.05
Other liabilities
1,256. 55
1,618,153. 32 376, 684. 55 313, 739.42
Total liabilities

18005°



1,000,000.00
7,718.97
1,150,782.87
145,960.85
4,114.60
2,308, 577.29

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LIQUIDATION OF THE IOWA NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL CBEDIT
CORPORATIONS
The national agricultural credit corporations of Fort Dodge and
Des Moines, Iowa, were organized to serve a temporary need in
extending credit to farmers with agricultural product security,
through the medium of warehouse receipts or chattel mortgages.
Having accomplished, to the extent possible, the purpose for which
incorporated, meetings of the shareholders were held in the respective
cities on October 25, when, by the necessary vote, the corporations
were placed in voluntary liquidation. At the date of liquidation,
practically the only liability of the corporations was that to their
shareholders.
The closing of these two corporations leaves but one in active
operation—namely, the Pacific National Agricultural Credit Corporation of Fresno, Calif.
UNITED STATES POSTAL SAVINGS SYSTEM
The total resources of United States Postal Savings System as
of June 30,1926, obtained through the courtesy of the Third Assistant
Postmaster General, under whose supervision the system Operates,
aggregated $141,811,911.52, which is an increase of $3,540,291.70
over June 30, 1925. The total number of depositors was 399,305
and the average amount on deposit per depositor was $336.03.
Balances in depository banks and with postmasters increased by
$3,300,551.22 and investments in postal savings and Liberty loan
bonds from $32,973,800.36 to $33,224,160.36. The remaining
increases occurred in miscellaneous (working) funds deposited with the
Treasurer of the United States, and in accounts receivable, represented by accrued interest on bond investments. A decrease of
$38,650, however, is noted in the special reserve fund placed with the
Treasurer of the United States.
In liabilities the amount due depositors was $134,178,558.00, which
exceeded by $2,005,347.00 this liability on June 30,1925. The surplus
funds, consisting of interest and undistributed earnings subject to
future allocation of maturing interest charges, showed a reduction of
nearly $7,500.
The statement of credit and debit items, on account of interest
and profits, for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1926, showed an excess
of income amounting to $104,546.64 over that of a year ago.
Comparative statements in relation to the operation of the Postal
Savings System for the years ended June 30, 1925, and 1926, follow:




Comparative balance sheet for June SO, 1926, and June 30, 1985
June 30,1926

Items

June 30,1925

Increase

Decrease
3

Working cosh:
Depository banks.
Postmasters

$100,048,814.66
241.S63.37
- $101,190,678.03

Special funds:
Treasurer of United StatesReserve fund
Miscellaneous (working) funds.

6,601,985.18
420,387.99

Accounts receivable:
Accrued interest on bond investments..
Duefromlate postmasters
Investments, carried at cost price:
United States bonds—
Postal Savings2^'s
Fourth Liberty 4M's

361,241.66
13,458.30

.•_

Par value
$10,003,300
28,676,760

10,003,300.00
23,220,860.36

36,660.060

7,022,373.17
374,699. 96

33,224,160.36

$97,759,025.37
131,101.44

6,640,635.18
393,267.54
358,112.16
15,677.77

9,752,940.00
23,220,860.36

141,811,911.52

$3,189,789.29
110, 761. 93
3.300,551.22

$97,890,126.81

$38,650.00

27,120.45

7,033,902.72

""il,"329.*55

3,129. 50
373,789.93

2,219. 47

""9i6."63"
250,360.00 i
.

32,973,800.38
138,271,619.82

[

-„.._.•

250,360.00 |

Accounts payable:
Due postal service—interest and profits _
Due discontinued depository banks
Total liabilities
.Surplus funds:
Interest and profits (undistributed earnings) subject to future allocation of
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Due depositors:
Outstanding principal, represented by certificates of deposit.
Accrued interest on certificates of deposit..
Outstanding savings stamps

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134,178,558.00
3,796,140. 72
58,627. 90
3,575,593. 88
486.18

138,033,326.62

3,576,080.06

132,173,211.00
3,696,455.68
61,231.90

2,005,347. 00
99,685.04
135,930,898. 58

2,129,359.00
1,362.24
2,130,721.24

141,609,406.68

138,001,619.82

202,604. 84

138,271,619.82

2,102,428.04 !.
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210,000.00

141,811,911.52

H3

2, 604.00

d

3,547,786.86 7,495.16
3,540,291.70

Comparative statement of interest-earning resources and interest-bearing liabilities for June SO, 1926, and June SO, 1925
Items

June 30,1925

June 30,1926

Increase

to
Decrease

RESOURCES—INTEREST-EARNING

Working cash:
Depository banks, per balance sheet
Investments, carried at cost price, per balance sheet.

$100,948,814.66
33,224,160.36
• $134,172, 975. 02

$130, 732,825. 73

s

$3,189, 789.29
250,360.00
3,440,149.29

132,173,211.00

$97,759,025.37
32,973,800.36

2,005,347.00

LIABILITIES—INTEBEST-BEABIXQ

Due depositors:
Outstanding principal, represented by certificates of deposit, per balance
sheet

134,178,558.00

Excess of liabilities.

5, 582. 98

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1,440,385.27

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Items
Credits:
Interest on bank deposits
Interest on bond investments.
Miscellaneous receipts
Debits:
Interest credited to depositors
Allowances to postmastersLosses by fire, burglary, etc
Erroneous payments, uncollectible items, etc..
Excess of income.




Fiscal year 1926

$2,478,392.91
1,381,066.28
11.83

$3,859,471.02

Fiscal year 1925

$2,442,110.48
1,375,161.52
159.84

Increase

Decrease

$36, 282.43
5,904.76
$3,817,431.84

42,039.18

2,418,811.95

2,413,517.17
158.10
69,564.80

1,762.56

2,420,732.61

2,483,240.07

1,438,738.41

1,334,191.77

104,546.64

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1,920.66

$148.01

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State

V

Balance to
the credit of
depositors
June 30,
1825

Deposits'

$132,173,211

$93,373,802

Balance to Increase in
the credit of balances
to the
depositors
credit of
June 30,
deposi1926
tors'

Savings stamps

Sold

Redeemed

$2,005,347

$44,050.50

-10,702
Alabama..
371,455
330,739
36,709
Alaska
628,819
415,776
406,697
Arizona
702,585
1,217,301
28,789
Arkansas
193,358
183,140
42,321
California
2,644, 572
2,165,259
1,321,874
Colorado
1,954,633
2,913,038
—196,224
Connecticut.
877,540
1,761,992
-28,796
74,015
Delaware
157, 259
-10, 989
District of Columbia
376,002
288,548
1,036, 559
Florida
1,148,474
4,610,632
132,209
508,573
Georgia
368, 727
-86
Hawaii
21,769
587,930
2,392,423
1,595,786
Idaho.
-573,998
3,317,295
7,559,799
Illinois
13,842
Indiana
741,628
411,068
1,339,867
Iowa
1,636,849
2,521,413
313,713
Kansas
1,039,723
913,700
-19, 773
260,525
Kentucky..
137,397
-6,145
Louisiana
303,128
209,908
—15,332
161,087
71,189
Maine..
-2,481
172, 044
138,069
Maryland...
-897,804
8,393,425
4,038,565
Massachusetts
-106,810
2,265,273
1,449, 983
Michigan..
1,367,166
2,417,335
2,921,710
Minnesota.
2,311
42,111
74,247
Mississippi—
290,397
2,407,902
3,348,455
Missouri...
900,376
3,894,925
4,038,431
Montana
6,941
194,024
336,007
Nebraska..
22,697
286,802
261,131
Nevada
374,511
-29,094
403,605
172,909
New Hampshire
3,121,230
-389,365
2,336,988
New Jersey
3,510,595
1,179,544
475,728
New Mexico
703,816
1,301,038
44, 539,453 -6,080,035
New York
50,619,488
!8,018,664
103,954
31,661
North Carolina
120,222
72,293
285, 741
584,878
North Dakota
397,228
-204,699
2,765,445
1,298,406
2,970,144
Ohio
»These totals include the amount of $2,622,751, transferred between depository offices.

23.00
27.90
32.90
29.90

25
29
43
30

683.00
279. 70

820
243

United States.




1,292.50
13.80
144.80
41.30
74.90
.90
51.20
1,473.00
50.60
38.00

71.50
10.50
9.50
73.60
105.10
3,786.40
145. 70
194.10
15.80
164.60
52.30
104.20

21.30
354.00
1, 557.70
29.70
13,312.00
9.10
12.40
415.90

Interest
received
from banks

Interest
paid
depositors

Amount
of deposits
surrendered
for bonds

$2,478,392.91

$2,319,126.91

$544,160

7,867.68
314,896.54
644,589.25
16,560.78
864,814.12
18,291.48
205,731. 28
4,912.29
2,263,012.85
57,767.73
3,119,862.04
62,276.25
1,049,073.10
28,165. 22
120, 065.48
3,366.87
699,688.24
19,278.72
1,980,934.05
41,250.08
468,023.15
10,127. 58
22,107.75
546.49
2,171,934.10
48,502.18
4,900,763.08
125,269.93
688,679.96
16,593.20
2,936,196.35
53,968.37
1.259,455.55
25,923.85
198,392.43
5,181.56
5,952.01
242,166.02
3,221.41
122,146.75
2,586.28
102,188.72
159,954.60
6,231,396.39
52,234.95
2,026,720.71
3,759,285.21
73,045.14
72,789.03
2,058.58
3,299,079.19
77,639.47
115,269. 50
4,907,886.39
303,811.87
7,336.63
272,751.47
6,513.89
311,082.22
7,689.02
2,356,202.64
62,740. 79
732,147.86
12,491.82
22,160,694.89
605,490.27
94,967.84
2,013.45
674,950.15
12,989.19
2, 267,411.46
57,845.29
sign denotes decrease.

6,221. 83

Amount at
interest in
banks June
30,1926

$46,474 $101,175,540.72

1,347
18
190
46
84
2
54
1,384
34
30
54
3
5
70
110
3,957
169
148
17
168
42
109
21
358

1,788
18
14,765
4
13
409
' A minus

9,747. 73
9,124. 47
3,448.05
46,317.20
30,739. 80
33,706.23

3,509.99
5,776.98
17,503. 50
5,152.96
275.31
21,912.61
134,618.44
15,116.70
21,503.02
16,325. 47
5,209. 28
6,400. 99
2,862.86
3,099.85
142,516.81
42,352.13
36, 420. 30
1,088.07
63,785.87
55,025.51
6, 240. 47
4,705.01
7, 711.65
68,005.87
7,375. 80
962,617. 93
949.94
4,965. 84
55,881.41

7,000

15,320
26,500
2,500
13,500
3,500
3,140
6,600
19,120
6,480
31,300
13,080
1,000
4,500
3,900
60,580
56,760
37,060
11,140
2,500
500
3,300
13,860
1,000
5,000
61,960

tsS
00

Summary of poslal-savings business for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1926, by States—Continued

State

Balance to
the credit of
depositors
June 30,
1925

Deposit! >

Withdrawals'

Balance to Increase in
the credit of balances
to the
depositors
credit of
Jane 30,
deposi1926
tors'

Savings stamps

Sold

Redeemed

Amount at
interest in
banks June
30, 1926

Interest
received
from banks

Interest
paid
depositors

Amount
of deposits
surrendered
for bonds

o
w

Oklahoma
OMgno.
Pennsylvania..
Porto Bico:
Rhode Island..
South Carolina
South Dakota.
Tennessee
Texts.

iriiSr..

Vnrniont
Virginia
Virgin Islands.
Washington...
Wott Virginia.
•Wisconsin
W

$1,907,599
2,01»,785

10,9*6,531
164,463
804,087
213,426

568,728

237,888

1,310,981
595,188
82,781
234,3**
8,646
«, 898,672

290,386
1,091,001
1,348,086




$2,442,013
1,321,421
8,174,845
248, SSI
374,992
408,838

1,800,802
171,082
1,347,628
24,846

162,818
13,469
3,409,214
291,883
504,947
1,478,090

$1,779,148
1,227,954
6,267,634
242,861
638,842
861,069
181,775
1,069,918
367,885
39,088
155,811
10,896
3,814,873
196,821
646,724
1,156,526

i See footnote p. 123.

$2,670,464
2,113,262
10,573,832
168,453
646,247
S5M77
1,596,470
276,853
1,697,636
596,499
68,888
241,639

9,310
6,492,918
386,797
1,110,224
1,669,651

$662,865
93,467
3,990
-158,850
142,062
989,747
39,287
277,706

861
-14,393
7,206
2,764
-406,669
95,512
19,223
321,665

$67.10
75.60
1,982.00
15,896.90
660.00
17.60
33.80
28.30

98.90
.40
12.20
177.40
129.30
14.90
47.50
115.80

10
169

1,881,017.99
572,718.47
63,668.60
227,656.81

$55,026.95
49,402. 24
232,550.76
3,410. 20
14,690. 56
7,842.01
23,437.11
5,619.81
32,194.74
14,263.44
1,775.04
5,689.66

125
18
73
143

5,961,276.68
336,438.95
1,074,891.77
1,361,929.38

165,033.56
7,418.36
26,643. 61
30,582.34

$74
77
2,095
16,252
636
25
33
32
110

$2,516,404.58
2,018,823.12
9,310,915.55
136,955.87
631, 272. 71
348,786.61
1,342,828.39
244,668.11

$25,208.35
34, 545.04
184,917. 83
2,426.10
15,834.06
2,814.67
8,716.22
3,322.82

19,394.01

$20,820
9,200
22,980

hi

20
11,080
19,700
5,800
19,680

H

8,681.01

2,211.64
3,447.22
65.47
120,481.41
18,489.81
15,156.46

600
" 2,~540
1,500
3,880
15,280

K
K

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o
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A minus size denotes decrease.

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125

SCHOOL SAVINGS BANKING

According to statistics compiled by the savings bank division
of the American Bankers' Association, school savings in the continental United States for the year ended June 30, 1926, continued
to increase materially, the net savings aggregating $8,770,731.05,
as compared with $7,779,922.55 on June 30, 1925, a percentage rise
of 12.7 per cent. The number of schools increased in the year from
10,163 to 11,371, or 11.8 per cent; the number of pupils enrolled in
schools having systems from 3,848,632 to 4,319,741, or 12.2 per cent;
and pupil participants in savings from 2,869,497 to 3,403,746, an increase of 18.5 per cent. The deposits were increased 20.6 per cent,
or from $16,961,560.72 to $20,469,960.88; and bank balances from
$25,913,531.15 to $31,984,052.63, an increase of 23.4 per cent during
the year.
The table following discloses a summary of school savings in the
41 reporting States and the District of Columbia during the year
1925-26, with comparative yearly totals beginning 1919-20:
School savings by States, 1925-26
Number Number
enrolled participupils pating

States
Alabama
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia.
Florida
Georgia
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachuset ts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New York
North Carolina
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon.
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
Tennessee
Texas
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Totals, United States:
1925-26
1924-25
1923-24.
1922-23
1921-22
1920-21
1919-20

„




32
11
1,765
68
482
44
54
29
114
2
512
314
233
54
205
86
133
87
426
490
9
117
9
83
9
442
1,058
40
601
55
107
1,544
307
16
53

12,054
1,886
409,279
30,971
121,971
18,763
25,081
15, 714
72,387
372
171,882
128,505
105, 307
19, 482
63, 165
45, 532
32,790
63,919
334,181
154, 670
176,165
2,416
68,602
2,855
36,990
165
231,142
231, 311
18,665
283,854
28,134
51,917
794,584
85, 771
4,189
28,352

18
97
240
121
331

120,033
35, 582
238, 895

5,219

Deposits

Interest
credited

Net
savings

9,515
$37,362. 40
$198.13 $18,628.45
1,489
8,409.14
101.18
1,658.47
214,903 1,022; 380. 89 108, 519. 96 631, 255. 09
5, 216. 60
5, 216. 60
683,122. 69 22,176.44 440,035.56
95,127
202,998. 48 6,099.27
26,097
76, 662. 29
46, 795. 04
6,409
46, 795. 04
107, 515. 30
558.63
54, 724.12
13, 261
199,140. 94 4, 837. 35
44, 259
69,218. 57
817. 22
192
562. 32
5.10
137,118 1,153,317.00 26, 696. 91 342, 843. 91
607,851. 64 12,480.72 236,423.18
86, 222
391,810. 30 14, 652. 02 117, 680. 28
64, 677
90,691.79 1,805.49
17,662
28,036.17
228,138. 09 6,361. 03
55,017
32,925. 78
74,124. 22 1,454. 97
12,682. 54
34,439
53,451.15 1, 712.18
50,024. 77
19, 259
122,832.01 1,964. 52
34, 613
90,900. 73
21
206,924 1,302, 569. 46 19, 389. 09 830, 591.49
781,029.
128,077
616, 710.01 21,348. 74 273, 257. 97
153, 568
21,974.28 8,185. 93 382, 785. 04
11,816.64
2,125
271, 987. 97
91,028. 94
66,919
9, 417. 07 4, 593.13
5,614. 74
2,432
157. 77
224, 851.10
34, 436. 47
32,008
4, 200. 32 8, 595. 22
2, 262. 27
409.18
1.253,588.96
134,184 2,847,332. 68 39,602.06 559,852. 58
547,149
43, 258.63 38,210. 73 1, 784, 346. 74
854.63
17,363. 63
17, 265 1. 463, 537. 48
220,101
63,812.09 48, 332. 61 520,998. 92
761.29
48, 603. 76
13, 615
184,119. 30
883.86 144,913. 73
41,238 3, 555, 582. 78
858, 565. 99 126, 661.16 888,860.45
493,820
5, 582. 78
9, 540. 76 34,039.74 218,460.11
"
82,590
159,486. 07
8,946. 76
3,043
17, 696. 56 "3,~799."84
46,125. 35
26,149
8, 707. 62
12,298. 68
4,987
202, 385. 48
235. 31
6,933.14
2,351
793, 762. 97 5,421.78
31,953. 54
32,408
167, 450. 23 33, 732. 70
113,658
572,412.96 4,083.60
52,986. 21
29,196
14,072.11 171,216.99
189, 581

Bank balance as of
June 30, 1926
$29,054.53
6,679.34
3,813,297.79
39, 570.86
1,283,868. 39
254, 565. 30
46,795. 04
79,056.98
266,476. 82
562.32
1,472,161. 44
752, 438. 30
607,471. 66
91,129.38
319, 568. 31
126, 622. 56
105,460. 23
161,090.29
1,970,623.27
1,181,258. 64
976, 537. 92
19,526.64
294,545. 67
7,787. 21
353,070. 70
12, 210. 57
1,689,713.48
3,750,555.40
44,845.41
1,986, 615.47
588,825.08
158,491. 82
5,616,533. 21
1,299, 801. 58
9,496. 76
216, 299. 24
19,824. 83
20,174. 38
214,725. 04
1,014,078.21
266,693. 00
785,951.53

. 05 .,
11,371 4, 319, 741 1,403,746 ,20,469,960. 88 622, 994. ,38 8,770,731 81.. 984,052. 63
3, 403, 746
,
,
.
.
10.163 3, 848, 632 2,2. 8fi9. 497 16.961. 560. 72 458.072. 81 7. 779.9221,913,531.15
10,163 3. 848. 632 869. 497 16,961, 560. 72 458,072. 81 7, 779,922. 55 25,913,
1,435,144. 64
,236,326 14,991, 535. 40 310,865. 91 8, 556,991. 27 20, '""
1,865.
,080 3,
,095, 012 2,
9,
,061, 053 i; 907, 851
6,868 3,
,241,
4, 785 2,241, 706 1,295, 607
,
829, " "
3,3161 , " " 475 802,906
2, 736 1 , 015,653 462,651

10, 631, 838. 69 184, 645. 27
5,775,122. 32
4,158,050.15
2, 800, 301.18

11,807,085. 59
6, 479, 286. 99
5,185, 280. 93
4,200,872.32

126

REPORT OP THE COMPTBOLIiER OF THE CTJBRENOY.

SAVINGS BANKS IN PRINCIPAL COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD
Statistics compiled by the finance and investment division of the
Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce, Department of Commerce, relative to savings banks, including postal savings banks, in
the principal countries of the world, on specified dates, supplemented
by information obtained from reports received in the currency
bureau from other sources, are shown in the following statement:




Savings banks, including postal savings banks, number of depositors, amount of deposits, average deposit per deposit account and per inhabitant,
by specified countries

Country

Population '

Number of
banks Date of report
reporting

Form of savings bank

Number of
depositors

Deposits

Average Average
deposit ac- deposit
per incount
habitant

Argentina
»$597,393,000
$62.57
9,548,092
'110 Dec. 31,1925 Federal, commercial, and postal
Savings, commercial. Federal, and State
Australia
5,496, 704
5
do
$220.80
163.54
4,071,140
Austria
6,526, 661
37 Mar. 31,1926 Governmental, postal, and private
86,488,913
13.25
Belgium
...
7,600,000 2,360 Dec. 31,1925 Postal, semiofficial, and commercial
»4, 210, 546
«162,041, 633
38.48
21.32
8
2,820,074
National, private, commercial, and mortgage
'8,465
495.29
Bolivia.
do.
4,192, 609
1.49
1,324, 890
,
40,075
87.65
British Malaya.
3, 512, 534
2.65
Jan. .1,1926 Federal, postal savings
30, 635, 605
785, 796
61.35
48,212, 260
1.57
Brazil
Dec. 31,1924 Federal'
4,958,400
_
Unknown.
1» 1,843, 574
.37
Bulgaria........
13 Jan. 1,1926 Postal, governmental, private
/Dec. 31,1924 \Postal, governmental, commercial, private, trust,
1,600,538,547
170.74
Canada. . . . . . . . .
\Mar. 31,1926 / provincial.
3,805,000 '3,626 Apr. 1,1926 Federal
15.57
1,325,454
>' 20,631,435
5.42
Chile
350,000,000
96.41
Postal
61,565
4,971, 270
.01
China
1925
340
485,049
Costa Eica
<
3,123,040
1925
Cuba
16,883
46,280, 761
2,741.26
14.82
13,613,172 5,317 /Dec. 31,1925 •Commercial, state and private.
Czechoslovakia
..
6,150,000
130.71
1,779,402,000
289.33
\Mar. 31,1926
"364,380
7.77
Dec. 31,1925 Public
2,832,000
Danzig {Free City of).
3,352,000
>« 291,100,000
86.84
Denmark..
197 Jan. 1,1926 Savings and private
• Population figures taken from World Almanac for 1925.
1
Branches.
» Conversions have been made at average rates for year preceding or covered by report; par has been used in case of Australia, Egypt, Germany, Finland, Netherlands, North
Ireland, Sweden, Uruguay .Nicaragua, Chile, Palestine, Canada, South Africa. Other conversions made at the following rates: Argentina, 1 peso=$0.914; Austria, 7 shillings=$l;
Belgium, 1 franc=$0.0476; Bolivia, $1=2.88 bolivianos (rate for Dec. 31,1925); Brazil, 1 milreis=$0.11; Bulgaria, 1 lei=$0.007317 (average rate, 1925); China, $Ml=$0.55 (average rate
for 1925); Czechoslovakia, lcrown=$0.0297; Danzig, 5.19 gulden=$l; Denmark, $ l = K r .4.05; Ecuador, 1 sucre=$0.22 on Jan. 1,1926; Estonia,
; France, lftanc=$0.0477; Greece,
1 drachma=$0.0156; Finland, $1=39.70 marks; Honduras, $1=2.12 pesos; India, 1 rupee=$0.36; Italy, 1 lira=$0.0404; Japan, yi=$0.47; New Zealand, £=$4.77K", Norway,
$l=Kr.4.92; Panama, United States dollar; Poland, 1 zloty=$0.1774 (average rat forl925); Portugal, 1 escudo=$0.0514; Siam, 1 tical=$0.45; British Malaya, Strait $l=$0.5678.
* Approximate; includes branches and postal-savings agencies.
• Depositors in postal and semiofficial banks only.
• Of this sum $139,836,710 represent deposits in postal and governmental institutions. Figures on commercial banks incomplete.
J
In addition, 1,178 time depositors.
* In addition, $20,537,563 in time deposits.
* Commercial banks may accept savings deposits only on special authorization.
io In addition, $56,768,944 in time deposits.
•' There are 1,379 postal-savings branches.
» There are 79,167 depositors in postal-savings banks, with deposits totaling $23,072,394.
» There are, in addition, time deposits in Federal banks amounting to $9,939,810.
" No figures available
" Figures for private banks unobtainable.
u i n addition to these banks, the 193 private banks held time deposits to total of $246,600,000.




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Savings banks, including postal savings banks, number of depositors, amount of deposits, average deposit per deposit account and per inhabitant,
by specified countries—Continued

Country

Ecuador
Egypt
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greee*

Guatemala..
Honduras...
India «
Italy
Japan
Latvia.
Lithuania
Mexico »
Netherlands...
New Zealand..
Nicaragua
North Ireland.
NorwayPalestine
Panama.
Poland.
Portugal
Salvador »
S
South Africa
Sweden
Uruguay
United Kingdom.

Population'

Form of savings bank

1,800,000
Private, trustee, and commercial.
16 Jan. 1,1
13,561,000
.doPostal and commercial
41 Apr. 1,1926 Governmental and private
1, HO, 538
3,366,507 •1,563 Mar. 1,1926 Postal, private, ana Joint stock...
Dec. 31,1925 Postal and governmental
39,402,000
Jan. 1,1926 State and municipal.
59,853,281
/Dec. 31,1925 jpostal, governmental, and private
19 IMar. 31,1926
5,447,077
12 Jan. 1,1926 Communal, commercial, and private..
2,119,165
-do
Priva
vate..
673,408 10,535 Mar. 31,1824 Postal savings
319,075,132 11,075 Jan. 31,1926 Postal and semiofficial 21__
May 31,1926 Postal
38,835,941
_
'
53,481,500
478 Apr. 1,1926 Postal, governmental, municipal, private, and com1,885,870
mercial.
2,011,173
504 Jan. 1,1926 Governmental, private, and mutual
13,887,080
7,086,913 1,667 Dec. 31,1925 Postal and commercial
1,274,000
855
do
Postal savings »
638,119
Federal, private, and commercial..
/Dec. 31,1924 tPostal and trustee
1,288,000
IDec. 31,1925
Jan. 1,1926 Commercial and savings
2,849,775
755,858
do
Commercial
442,522
do
Federal and commercial
29,160,163
Dec. 81,1925 Savings, cooperative, private, and governmental5,628,610
33 Jan. 1,1926 Postal, governmental, private, and commercial».
1,550,000
Jan. 1,1926 Governmental 31 -9,322,000
/Mar. 31,1926 •Postal, commercial, and building societies
6,729,382
\Dec. 31,1924
5,987,520
530 Jan. 1,1926 Communal, private, postal, and commercial
1,608,000
Commercial
44,147,601
Postal savings, railway banks, building societies,
• 1925
trustee savings banks, national savings certificates.

Foreign countries, total.- 1 1,131,909,693




Number of
banks Date of report
reporting

39,431

Number of |
depositors I

"7,494
323,094
40,353
(")
»17,000,000

eposits

!
|

Average
Average
deposit ac- deposit
per incount
habitant

is $1, 273, 858
13, 741,175
17,302, 588
71,376,2C0
!
! » 607,888. 000
« 484,693,000
18,848,702
282,906
<••> 1, 772,447
" 2,071
616, 332
89, 238, 000
2,089, 314
871,735, 000
540,480,783
"§i,"9l4,"679"
16,136, 000

42.53
428.78

66.63
855. 84
42.71
16.94
438.50

4,126, 057
-«2, 537,448
735,148
365

» 195,480, 818
224,355, 756
88,533

5,651

»«28,050,000
12,350,000
3,047, 559
97,445,820
36,291,185

42,743,000

i

$0.85
1.01
15.58
21.20
15.43
8.10
3.46

.84
.92
.28
22.45
9.24
8.56
2.05

77. C4
305.18
242.56
205.27
539.30

27.58
176.10
.14
33.19
10.59
16.34
a 89
3.34
6.45

» 1,033,337
55,893. 227
35 920, 577,110
48, 852, 538
4,431.884.438

80.74
147.77
175. 57
309.66

.11
8.31
153.75
30.48
100.38

77,635,711 I 14,285,525,897

184.01

12.62

» 378,249
5,243,375
157,812

TO

GO

United States and possessions.
Philippines.
Grand total

117,256,000 " 1,424 June 30,1926 /Postal Savings System.
\Mutual and stock
Postal
10,935,000
1
do
1,260,100,683 40,936

399, 305
15,161, 799
179, 455

134,178, 55S
9,099,118,000
2,832, 232

336.03 I
633.11 I
16. 78 I

1.14
81.86
.26

93,376,270

24,021,654,687

257.ail

19.06

Information not available in following countries: Hongkong, Jugoslavia, Bumania, Turkey.
1
Population figures taken from World Almanac for 1925.
» Branches.
» In addition, 1,513 time depositors.
18
In addition, $8,177,834 in time deposits
i' Total not known, bat depositors in private savings banks numbered 553,913, will) total deposit! of $53,841,300; and in postal savings banks 133,213, with deposits of $4,257,800.
20
Approximate figure.
21 There are, in addition, time deposits to the extent of $216,900,000.
» I n addition, 5,660 time depositors.
83
! In addition, $1,983,680 in time deposits.
* Data not available on savings deposits in commercial banks.
» There are no savings banks in Mexico.
86
Figures incomplete.
« There are 5 private savings banks with deposits totaling $27,430,655 on Dee. 31,1925.
>• There are, in addition, time deposits to the extent of $364,680,000. These figure* include 5 banks in liquidation with savings deposits of $1,373,000 and time deposits of
$19,979,000.
!
»Includes only 22 private banks and 9 commercial banks.
» No savings banks in Salvador.
" Treasury savings banks.
•• Includes time depositors.
»Includes time deposits.
u Includes only depositors in postal and savings banks and members of building societies.
" In addition, there are 498,603 time deposits, totaling $539,812,211.
3
' Figures for railway banks for 1924; for national savings certificates, for Mar. 31,1926.
'»' Unknown. There are 12,431,373 postal deposits and 2,340,644 trustee savings-bank depositors with deposits of £285,491,388 and 142,179,367, respectively.
8S
Refers to mutual and stock savings only.




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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

RESOURCES OF LEADING FOREIGN BANKS OF ISSUE

The total resources of 32 foreign banks of issue, converted at
the existing rate of exchange on or about June 30, 1926, amounted to
$12,419,965,000, in comparison with resources aggregating $12,040,233,000 of 26 banks of issue the year previous.
The statement following, prepared by the Federal Reserve Board,
shows total assets of the 32 banks of issue on the dates indicated,
designation of their local currency, total amount of assets, rates of
exchange, and total assets converted at rate of exchange on given
dates:
Total assets of principal central banks about June 30, 1986
[In thousands of local currency and of dollars]

Date

Austria
Belgium..
Bulgaria
Czechoslovakia.
Danzig
Denmark
Egypt
England
Estonia
Finland
France—
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Italy (3 banks)
Latvia
Lithuania
Netherlands
Norway...
_
Poland
Portugal
Rumania
Bussia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Yugoslavia
Peru
Uruguay..
Japan..
Java...
South Africa

Local
currency

June 30
June 24
June 30
.do.
.do.
.do.
..do..do.
-do.
._ do _
June 24
June 30
do
..do
..do..
...do-.

Schilling
Franc
Lev
Crown
Gulden
Krone
Egyptian
pound.
Pound
Estrnark
Markka
Franc
Reichsmark.
Drachma.

...do
July 3
July 1
June 26
June 30
„_ do.
...do
...do....
.do
June 26
...do
...do....

Escudo
Leu
Chervonetz.
Peseta
Krona
Franc.
DinarLibra..
Peso.
Yen....
Florin..
Pound.

Pengo
Lira

Lat

d o - . . Litas...
June 28 Florin..
June 30 Krone..
Zloty.
...do

Total assets
Rate of converted
Total assets exchange on at rate of
given date exchange on
given date
1,279,040
8,935,364
7,613, 229
8,610,196
55,580
541,995

324,801
8,441,788
2,486,380
59,701,871
4,155,041
10,300,870
797,949
29,371,448
196,604
133,937
913,050
610, 259
736,582
3,921,125
29,807, 664
251,562
6,301, 570
755, 475
933,114
8,798,819
8,200
374,674

2,144,407
411,328
14,726

Cents
14.078
2.88
.7222
2.9617
' 19.47
26.50
1
494.31
486.72
'.2680

2.5208
2.89

23.81
1.2248
17.55
3.61
1 19.30
1
10.00
40.18
21.95
9.25
5.12
.4776
' 514.60
16.15
26.84
19.36
1.7685
'486.65
100.67
46.82
•40.20
'486.65

Total..

180,063
257,338
64,983
255,008
10,821
143,629
337,940
1,580,871
22,624
62,677
1,725,384
989,315
126,165
140,040
1,060,309
37,945
13,394
366,863
133,952
68,134
200,762
142,361
1,294,538
1,017,704
202,769
180,651
155,607
39,905
377,184
1,004,011
165,354
71,664
12,419,965

> Far of exchange, as no quotation available on given date.

EXPENSES OF THE CURRENCY BUREAU
By reference to the table following, showing in detail expenses
relating to the maintenance of the Currency Bureau for the fiscal
year ended June 30,1926, it will be noted that the aggregate expenses
were $5,158,647.42, of which $1,089,353.14 were paid from appropriations and $4,069,294.28 reimbursements by the banks. The salary rolls aggregated $439,649.01, of which $217,891.20 were paid
from appropriations and the remainder from funds reimbursed by
the banks.



131

BEPOET OF THE COMPTBOLLEB OF THE CTJBBENCY-

Taxes paid by national banks on circulating note issues amounted
to $3,277,512.90. Deducting from this amount the expenses of the
bureau paid from congressional appropriations, $1,089,353.14, leaves
the net income to the Government on account of the tax on circulation at $2,188,159.76.
Expenses incident to maintenance of Currency Bureau and net income derived by
Government from taxes on national-bank notes, fiscal year ended June SO, 1926
Expenses
Expenses
paid from ap- reimbursed
propriation
by banks
Salaries:
Regular roll, including retirement fund
National currency reimbursable roll, including retirement
fund
Federal reserve issue and redemption division, including
salary of comptroller as member of Federal Reserve
Board
Insolvent national-bank division
Total salaries
General expenses:Printing and binding
Stationery
Amount expended for light, heat, telephone, telegraph,
furniture, labor-saving machines, etc., partially estimated
Special examination of national banks, repairs to macerator, etc
Total general expenses
Currency issues:
National-bank notes—
Paper
Printing, etc
Plates (reimbursed)
Federal reserve n o t e s Paper
Plates, printing, etc
Total currency issues
Expenses on account of national-bank examining service paid
by banks
Postage on shipments of national-bank notes
Postage on shipments of Federal reserve notes
Insurance on shipments of national-bank notes
Insurance on shipments of Federal reserve notes
Total expenses paid from appropriations
Total expenses reimbursed by banks
Total expenses

Total
expenses

$217,891.20
$62,918.15
51,070.84
107,768.82
$439,649.01
24,356.31
7,821.33

4, 382.94
2,128. 63

4,148. 08

4,683.64

, 1,255.77

102,899. 63
730,980.82

48,776.70

55,122.00
274,338. 75
1,131,781.25
2,141, 700.16
88,219.49
61,540.30
24,239.38
59,399.93

1,089,353.14

4,069,294. 28

Tax paid by national banks on circulating notes
Total expenses of Currency Bureau paid from congressional appropriations
Net income to Government from taxes on circulation

2,295,122.48
2,141,700.16
88,219.49
61, 540. 30
24,239.38
59,399.93

5,158,647.42
$3,277,512.90
1,089,353.14
. 4188,159.78

Respectfully submitted.
J. W. MCINTOSH,

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







APPENDIX
133

135

KEPOBT OP THE COMPTKOLLER OF THE CtTRBENCY

TABLE N O . 1.—Comptrollers and Deputy Comptrollers of the Currency, dates of

appointment and resignation, and States whence appointed
No.

i

Name

Date of
appointment

Date of
resignation

State

COMPTROLLERS OF THE CVRRENCY

McCulloeh, Hugh
_
Clarke, Freeman
Hulburd, Hiland R
Knox, John Jay.
Cannon, Henry W
Trenholm, William L...
Lacey, Edwards
Hepburn, A. Barton
Eckels, James H
Dawes, Charles G
Ridgely, William Barret
Murray, Lawrence O
Williams, John Skelton.
Crissinger, D. R
_
Dawes, Henry M
Mclntosh, Joseph W

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

9,1863
21,1865
1,1867
25,1872
12,1884
20,1886
1,1889
2,1892
26,1893
1,1898
1,1901
28,1908
2,1914
17,1921
1,1923
20,1924

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

_• May
.! Aug.
I Mar.
Aug.
Jan.
Jan.
Aug.
Apr.
Mar.
Sept.
I June
July
_ May
I July
j Jan.

9,1863
1,1865
12,1867
8,1872
5,1886
27,1887
11,1890
7,1893
12,1896
1,1898
29,1899
1,1908
21,1923
1,1923
6,1925

Aug. 11,1865 New York.
Jan. 31,1867 Ohio.
Apr. 24,1872 Minnesota.
Jan. 3,1886 New York
Jan. 3,1887
Do.
May 25,1890 Virginia.
Mar. 16,1893 Indiana.
Mar. 11,1896 Kentucky.
Apr. 30.1898 South Carolina.
June 27.1899 New York.
'< Mar. 2,1923 District of Columbia,
Indiana.
Dec. 19,1924 Illinois.
Do.
Virginia.

8,1865 Indiana.
24,1866 New York.
3,1872 Ohio.
30,1884 Minnesota.
1,1886
Do.
30,1889 South Carolina.
30.1892 Michigan.
25.1893 New York
31,1897 Illinois.
30,1901
Do.
28,1908
Do.
27,1913 New York,
2,1921 Virginia.
30.1923 Ohio.
17.1924 Illinois.
Do.

DEPUTY COMPTROLLERS OF THE CTRRENCY

Howard, Samuel T
Hulburd, Hiland R
Knox, John Jay
_.
Langworthy, John S
Snyder, V. P
Abrahams, J. D
Nixon, R. M
Tucker, Oliver P
Coffin, George M
Murray, Lawrence O
Kane, Thomas P
Fowler, Willis J
Mclntosh, Joseph W
Collins, Charles W
Stearns, E. W
1

_

-

__

» Died Mar. 2, 1923.

Terra expired.

TABLE N O . 2.—Names and compensation of officers and clerks in the office of the

Comptroller of the Currency, October 31, 1926
Designation

Name
Quinn, Edmund F
_
Herndon, John Q
Yeatman, John P .
Kane, William A
Gross, Clyde E
Burton, Russell O
Sehreiner, Edmund E.
Avery, Antoinette M
Davenport, William S
Thompson, George
Fuller, Jane L
Wanamaker, William H
Bock, Carl
Keese, William H
Frye, Ruby M
Johnston, Edna E
Pennock, Caroline L
Ellis, Harrie B
Wilson, Gordon K
Hanlon, Margaret T
iSithens, Charles H
Poultney, William W
Herndon, John W
Verrill, Harry M
Bulger, John C
•
_
_
Marble, George R
Lewis, John O
Wileox, Ephraim S
O'Mara, Vera L
Lovelly, Laura F

18005°—27-




,

.

_
-_

„

-10

Administrative officer
Senior administrative assistant.
do.
do.
Administrative assistant
' • '
Junior administrative assistant,.
.do
!
do.
;
do
-do
Principal clerk
<lo_
do
'
do
do
I
do.
Senior clerk
do....
Principal clerk
Senior clerk
do...
do
.Senior clerk-stenographer
do.

Clerk
do.
uu
I
do.
I
do...
-Clerk-stenographer
Head operator, office devices

Salary

-.

$4,400
3,400
3,200
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
2,800
2,700
2,500
2,500
2,400
2,400
2,400
2,400
2,400
2,300
2,300
2,200
2,100
2,100
2,100
! 2,100
2,100
2,040
2,040
2,040
2,040
2,010
2,040

136

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TABLE NO. 2.—Names and compensation of officers and clerks in the office of the
Comptroller of the Currency, October SI, 1926—Continued
Name
Tucker, Samuel M_
Whelan, Marjoiie B
Heed, S. E
Jones, Margaret E
Moyer, Alta T
Allred, Nell H
._
Pumphrey, Carrie B
Basinger, Walter S
Bentley, Thomas B
Friedricks, Minna K
Jump, Mollie C
Hunt, Hermon.
__
O'Brien, May F
Murphy, Maud V
_.
Griffiths, Dolly S
Trumbull, Annette M
Tylor, Gertrude
Andrews, Ettie F
__
Hilleary, Eua
McBride, Olga M
Smith, Helen M
Deal, Jessie F
Heizer, Nannie B
Nolan, Lida A
Schiller, Ernestine H
Young, Grace E
Heizer, Helen V Baldwin, Wallace N
Burlingame, Delia J
Hewson, Ella
_
Lowell, Harriet P
Jorgenson, John A - .
Hatey, John E
_..
Munnerlyn, Joseph A
Murphy, Clara M
Kelly, George
Mortimer, Mary II
Beall, Clara M_
Buckley, Kegina C__
Walker, Johanna SErickson, Bertha V
Jamieson, William G
Crocker, Henry A. D
Nichols, Sada
Wigginton, Norval P
Barry, Gertrude I
Chisholm, Elizabeth
Colburn, Nellie A
Gleason, Josephine
Hopkins, E d n a l . . .
McCrone, Clara O'Brien-..
McKlnney, Elva L
Quackenbush, Dorothy
Dickson, Martha
Minogue, B. Pearl
Dodge, Victor H
...
Ogden, Nellie M_
Dailey, William
Weeks, Katherine.
Israel, Frank T
Clagett, Dorothy L
Haygood, Ethel
Horsey, OlgaS..
Elmore, Annie L._
- .
Taylor, Mathilda S
Bales, Anna S
Magruder, Edith P . . _
Mueller, Pauline.
Moncure, Frances W
Tschiflely, Lacey B . E
Parsons, Edith N
Mallet, Katherine
Wilson, Mildred C . . .
Chiles, Charles E
Hayinon, N. Mabel
O'Donnell, Josephine
Davidson, Julia
Keim, Charles C
Marks, Grace J
Wood, Kathleen
Anderson, Gunhilde C




Designation
Senior clerk-stenographer.
.do
Clerk.
.....do
Clerk-stenographer..
do
..do..
..do..
..do..
Assistant clerk.
do..
doSenior operator, office devices.
Clerk
Clerk-stenographer. _
do..
do..
Clerk.
..dodo..
Assistant clerk.
..do..
.do..
..do..
.-do..
do..
do
Junior clerk.
do-do..
..do_do-do.do..
.do-doAssistant clerk-stenographer...
Head typist
Senior operator, office devices.
do
.doJunior operator, office devices.
Assistant clerk
doSenior stenographer_
Assistant clerk
do
do.,
.do-do..
-do.do.
do._
Senior stenographer.
doAssistant clerk-stenographer _
do
Assistant clerk
do
,do
Senior stenographer.
do...
Senior stenographer
Junior clerk
do
..do..
..do..
..do..
do
.do..
Senior typist
Junior operator, office devices do..
Under clerkJunior clerkdo
do
do
do
do
Under clerk.

Salary
$2,000
2,000
1.8C0
1,860
1,860
1,860
1,860
1,860
1,860
1,860
1,860
1,860
1,860
1,800
1,740
1,740
1,680
1,680
1,680
1,680
1,680
1,680
1,680
1,680
1,680
1,680
1,680
1,680
1,680
1,680
1,680
1,680
1,680
l,€80
1,680
1,680
1,680
1,680
1,680
1,680
1,680
1,680
1,620
1,620
1,620
1,560
1,560
1,560
1,560
1,560
1,560
1,860
1,560
1,560
1,560
1,566
1,568
1, 500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,508
1, 50B
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,508
1,500
1,508
1,508
1,500
1,500
1, 500
1, 440
1,449
1,440
1,449
1,440
1,449
1,440

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BEPOET OF THE COMPTBOLLEB OF THE CUBBENCY

TABLE N O . 2.—Names and compensation of officers and clerks in the office of the
Comptroller of the Currency, October SI, 1926—Continued
Designation

Name

Salary

Tinder clerk,
.do
..doJunior operator, office devices.
Junior clerk
..do..do..
..doJunior operator, office devices.
.do..
Junior clerk,
.do..do.,
-doJunior stenographer.
do.-do-—
Under mechanic
Under clerk
do
..do..do-.
-do...
..do...
..do..
_do..
..do..do..
.do-do..
..do..
..do..
.do..
.do..
.do_do..
Messenger..
do
.do.dododoI
.do.do..

Cook, George M
Frock, Annie C.
...
Dillard, John
Kemether, Eva C
Brumbaugh, Delia L
Watts, MettaF—
Kobntz, ClaraE-Curtin, AnnaE
Chapman, Mae
Hueter, Marion E .
Chamberlain, Robert JSmith, Charles A
White, Grace M
Brown, Edith L
Sazama, Alice B . . .
Dyson, AlineTaylor, Walter M
Easterday, William A...
Settle, M a y C . W
Miller, Bellum.
Wolfe, Alice M
Harleston, Catherine
Shelby, Magnus JBurke, Madeline V
Dillon, Minnie L
Dowden, Eleanor C
DuEant, Anna K
Dutrow, Mary H
Dnvall, Grace N
Kellam, Margaret M
Kennett, Edna
Pennock, Emily E
Eeese, Aline
Roberts, Victoria
Sheward, Adelaide H . -.
Mennel, TheresaBraxton, Henry
Simms, Harry E
Mann, Harry C_
Blount, Silas A
Whiteman, Edgar__
Hall, James
Taylor, John H .
Carroll, John I._
Mims, AlvinE.
Holland, Thomas
Blount, Joseph T
Hill, Edgar
Mundie, James F
Moss, Benjamin F
Powell, Queen
Taylor, Mary F

$1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,380
1,380
1.380
1,380
1,380
1,380
1,320
1,320
1,320
1,320
1,320
1,320
1,320
1,320
1,260
1,260
1,260
1,260
1,260
1,260
1,260
1,260
1,260
1,260
1,260
1,260
1,260
1,260
1,260
1,260
1,260
1,260
1,260
1,260
1,200
1,200
1,200
1,140
1,1*0
1,140
1,140
1,140
1,080
1,020
1,020
1,020

..do-.
..do-do..
do
Minor mechanic
Minor domestic attendant.
do

TABLE NO. 3.—Number of national banks organized since February 25, 186S,
number passed out of the system, and number in operation October 31, 1926
Under act of Feb. 25,1883
Under act of June 3,1864
Under gold currency act of July 12,1870
Under act of Mar. 14,1900.

-

_ .

_

Total number of national banks organized
Number reported in voluntary liquidation
Number passed into liquidation upon expiration of corporate existence
Number consolidated under act of Nov. 7,1918
Number placed in charge of receivers'
Total number passed out of the system
Number now in operation
' Exclusive of those restored to solvency.




.

_

456
7,942
10
4,593
3,644
208
168
975

13,001

4,993
_

8,00S

138

BEPOHT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CUBBE.NCY

TABLE N O . 4.—Authorized capital stock of national banks on the first day of each
month from January 1, 1914, to November 1, 1926, United States bonds and
miscellaneous securities (act May SO, 1908) on deposit to secure circulation,
circulation secured by bonds on deposit, circulation secured by miscellaneous
securities, the amount of lawful money on deposit to redeem circulation, and
national-bank notes outstanding, including notes of national gold banks
[For prior years see annual report 19201

Date

1914
January
February •
_
March
April
•_
_
May
.
June
July
August'
..
September
October
__
November
December
1915
January...
February
March
....
April
May
June
July
August....
September
October
November--..
December
1916
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
Oetober
November
December
1917
January...
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November.._
December
1918
January
February
March
April
May
June
JulyAugust
SeptemberOctober
November.-.
December...
1
Subsequent
Digitized forbonds.
FRASER

Circulation
secured
by miscellaneous
securities

Lawful
money on
deposit to
redeem
circulation

Total
nationalbank notes
outstanding

Num- Authorized
ber of
banks capital stock

United
Circulation
States bonds
secured
on deposit •by United
to secure
States
circulation
bonds

7,509
7,501
7,500
7,500
7,519
7,528
7,539
7,548
7,551
7,561
7,-578
7,584

il, 070,139,175
1,069,684,675
1,069,864,675
1,069,969,675
1,069,706,675
1,075,711,675
1,074, 239,175
1,073, 734,175
1,073,624,175
1,075,684,175
1,072,492,175
1, 074,074,675

$17,209,316
$743,066,500 $740, 633, 645
17,828,633
741, 645, 500 736,194, 233
16, 658, 993
741, 445, 500 736, 609,838
16, 605, 018
740,603,400 735, 445,281
15,585,726
741,213,210 736,180,040
16,131,271
740,818,360 735,423,425
15,142,939
740,796,910 735,528,960
15,684, 220
740,220,660 735,222,801
870, 289, 600 735,851,383 $126,241,760 15,447,138
, 089, 281, 290 787,109,983 325,007,900 15, 766, 893
, 109,989, 665 739, 716,693 361,119,940 20, 632,278
, 017,177, 241 740, 500, 821 270, 078,236 101,420,019

7,693
7,603
7,610
7,606
7,612
7,613
7,614
7,613
7,623
7,629
7,632
7,632

1,074, 382,175
1.074, 969,175
1,076,434,175
1.075, 359,175
1, 075,186,175
1,077, 436,175
1.076, 301,175
1, 076, 421,175
1,077,016,375
1, 078, 566, 375
1,079,321,375
1, 077, 601, 375

897,146, 922
810,508,055
770,139, 524
751, 289, 635
742, 687, 871
738,666, 230
736, 743, 751
735,867, 775
735,698,808
736,793, 393
735,146, 743
731,496, 540

720,332, 713 150,836,692 168,541,616 ,039,711,021
723,174, 853 67,307,165 191,724,115 982,206,133
716,818,068 31,133, 734 190,078, 639 938,030,441
718,984,138 15,154, 695 165,409,147 899, 547, 980
722,193,808
6, 582,581 139, 016, 678 867,793,067
725,677, 969
2, 608,940 112,101,038 840,287,947
725, 313,141
719,561 93, 240, 891 819,273,593
723,617,314
186,245 80, 798, 814 804,601,373
722,978,831
181, 778 70, 626,198 793,786,807
722,769,381
172,203 63, 794, 876 786,736,460
722, 754,924
171.203 50, 991, 554 779, 917, 681
720, 633, 061
55, 492 65, 677,100 776,366,653

7,621
7,609
7,607
7,593
7,587
7,596
7,588
7,588
7,597
7,604
7,608
7,604

1,077, 601,375
1,074,111,375
1, 073, 831,375
1, 072, 838,375
1,071, 025,875
1, 070, 713,375
1,070,868,375
1,071, 380, 875
1,071, 870, 875
1, 069, 763, 375
1,074,853,375
1,076,038,375

730,337, 740
724,194, 340
715,256,090
706,454, 660
696, 760, 590
690,044, 040
690,440, 930
689,774, 660
689, 739,180
687, 931, 240
687, 957, 990
682,853,740

719, 571, 758
718, 923, 490
711,129, 418
702, 730, 413
693,132, 610
686, 634,103
686, 583, 635
685, 996, 918
683, 786, 698
684,409, 881
679,660, 913
675,006,203

51, 765,450
47,468, 678
61, 866,895
65, 706, 278
60, 622, 296
62,045, 070
57, 591, 025
54, 324, 278
60, 707,153
48, 900, 332
46, 418, 377
49,199, 416

771, 337,208
766,392,068
762,996,313
758,436,691
753, 754, 906
748,679,173
744,174, 660
740,321,196
734, 493,851
733,310, 213
726,069, 290
724,206,619

677,315,840
675,415,840
674, 992, 080
664, 526, 370
667, 587,120
669,392, 710
671,333, 060
673,121, 730
677,818,430
678,134,370
679,440, 210
681,565,810

674,659,613
670,717,615
671,001,858
661,371,468
664, 245, 448
666, 344, 773
667,670, 433
670,367, 175
674, 514, 656
675,182,077
676, 703,103
678,948,778

52,166, 627
60, 540,476
47,118,057
56,191,132
53, 245, 374
60.241,202
47,749, 577
45, 416, 747
43, 223, 069
41, 396, 305
39, 573, 272
38,103, 287

726,825, 240
721,258,091
718,119,915
717, 562, 600
717, 490, 822
716,585,976
715,420,010
715,783,922
717,737,715
716,578,382
716,276,375
717,052,065

7,597 1,075,733,375
7,593 1,075,438,375
7,602 1,078,037,875
7,600 1,078,577,865
7,607 1,083,307,865
7,616 1,085, 662,865
7,635 1,087,287,865
7,641 1,091,197,865
7,661 1,094,627,865
7,664 1,094,952,865
7,671 1,096,637,865
7,676 1,097,270,065

$757,842,961
754,022,766
753,168,831
752,050,299
751,765,766
751,554,696
750,671,899
750,907,021
877,540,281
,077,884,776
.121,468,911
,111,999,076

719, 212,630
37, 397, 649
1,097,555,065 683, 581, 260 681,814,981
36,311,669 717, 833, 215
1,098, 240,065 684, 508, 260 681,521,546
37,047, 274 718,040,005
1,095,700,065 686,349, 410 680, 992, 731
36, 252, 359 720, 919,507
1,097, 015,065 688, 060,510 684, 667,148
36,189,817 722, 288,177
1,097, 505,065 688,969, 710 686,098, 360
35,989,575 723,987, 645
1,098,215,065 691, 579,160 687,998, 070
36,878,977 724, 205,485
1,099,170,065 ,690,384,150 687,326, 508
36,150,417 723,728,112
1,101, 840,065 690,831, 260 687,577, 695
44,108,682 724,318,652
1,104, 675,065 682,411,730 680,209,970
43,467,307 721,933,170
1,107, 364,066 683, 026,300 678,465,863
41,833,562 721,471,137
1,108,124, 065 684, 446, 440 679,637,575
40,421,622 716,853,155
1,110, 761,165 684, 468, 950 676,431,533
to this date, and to December, 1916, miscellaneous securities included with United States

7,688
7,687
7,688
7,696
7,703
7,707
7,718
7,730
7,745
7,764
7,765
7,776



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139

TABLE NO. 4.—Authorized capital stock of national banks on the first day of each
month from January 1, 1914, to November 1, 1926, United States bonds and
miscellaneous securities (act May SO, 1908) en deposit to secure circulation,
circulation secured by bonds on deposit, circulation secured by miscellaneous
securities, the amount of lawful money on deposit to redeem circulation, and
national-hank notes outstanding, including notes of national gold banks—-Cont'd
[For prior years see annual report 1920]

Date

Num-I Authorized
ber of j
banks | capital stock

1919
7,781 !$1,110,936,165
January
7,781 1,108, 269,165
February
7,777 1,107,404,165
March
7,785 1,110,104,165
April
May
_- 7,792 1, 111, 809,165
7,803 1,115, 054,165
June
7,824 1.123,819,165
July
August
- 7,829 li 135,149,165
7,860 1,141,329,165
September
7,865 1,143, 299,165
October
7,900 1,155,139,165
November
7,916 1,157, 229,165
December
1920
January
February.....
March
April
May...
June
July...
AugustSeptember
October..'
November
December

7,948 1,161, 439,165
7,»55 1,177, 719,165
7,978 1,184,809,165
1,195,309,165
8,031 1, 217, 074, 265
8,072 1, 223, 278,265
8,093 1, 229, 429, 765
8, 111 1, 242, 084, 765
8,130 1, 252, 519, 765
8,144 1, 255, 929, 765
8,157 1,273,949,765
8,166 1,274,859, 765

Total
nationalbank notes
outstanding

Circulation Circulation
United
secured
States bonds
secured
on deposit
by United by miscellaneous
States
to secure
securities
circulation
bonds

Lawful
money on
deposit to
redeem
circulation

$684, 648, 950 $683, 661,878
683,004,450 680,025,471
683,342,450 679, 799,125
688,183, 250 684, 292, 440
689,878, 300 686,157, 475
691,052,300 685, 612,243
692, 252, 950 683, 086, 600
693, 343, 210 686, 278, 555
694, 621, 710 689, 235, 005
696, 288,160 687, 460, 223
695,822, 060 687, 666, 753
698,196,300 688, 995, 580

$39, 867, 332 $723, 529, 210
41,903, 027 721, 928,498
42, 080,347 721,879,472
40,194, 752 724,487,192
38, 973,647 725,131,122
37,152,677 722, 764,920
36,190, 333 719,276,933
34, 629,207 720,907,762
35,328, 665 724, 563, 670
34, 024, 987 721,485, 210
34, 727, 572 722, 394,325
33,146, 580 722,142,160

699,357, 550
699,936, 250
701,469, 450
702,846, 200
704,884,000
708,307,750
707,963,400
709,436,400
711,000,900
711,839,000
712, 066,600
714,888,640

691, 689, 258
699,866,398
689, 748, 578
691,498, 920
692,104,195
686, 225, 000
689,327, 635
698,099,990
698, 592,128
699, 461, 435
704, 732,185
706, 600, 480

32,649,434
33, 241,792
32,892,677
32,439,832
31,288,577
31, 039, 887
29, 710, 095
28,363, 714
27,403, 924
27, 015, 647
27,817, 444
27, 410,317

724,338,692
733,108,190
722,641, 255
723,938,752
723,392,772
717, 264, 887
719, 037, 730
726,463, 704
725, 996, 052
726,477, 082
732, 549, 629
734, 010, 797

1921
1
January
.! 8,173
February
8,179
March
8,185
April _
8,181
May
8,184
8,179
June
July
. . . : . 8,178
8,181
August
8,187
September
8,187
October
8,179
November
8,188
December

1, 272,464,765
1, 272, 670, 565
1, 276, 780, 665
1,271,285,565
1. 277, 675,565
1, 274, 445, 565
1, 276, 720, 565
1, 281, 770, 565
1, 283, 035, 565
1, 285,120, 565
,281,995,665
, 283, 755,565

715,325, 440
714, 973,190
716, 966,190
719,049,440
720,012,440
722,491, 590
722,898,440
723, 675,190
724, 770, 490
727, 002, 490
727, 512,490
728, 351, 240

695, 900, 770
689, 592,883
697, 728, 580
702, 948, 007
691, 643,480
709, 657,145
712, 763,865
702, 570, 407
711, 000, 205
715,836,355
716,304,820
723, 023, 965

27, 376, 452
30, 061, 044
30, 065,284
29,870, 477
32,172, 872
30, 936, 214
30, 526, 509
29,848, 772
28,148, 669
27, 402, 759
26, 984, 027
26, 283,132

723,277,222
719,653, 927
727, 793,864
732,818,484
723, 816, 352
740, 593, 359
743,290,374
732,419,179
739,148,874
743, 239,114
743, 288,847
749, 307, 097

1922
January
February
March
April
May
June.
July..
August
September
October
November
December

8,207
8,213
8,217
8,231
8,250
8,263
8,274
8,265
8,265
8,262
8,262
8,264

, 286,265,565
, 288, 220,565
, 296, 345,565
. 298, 961, 565
,
, 303,031,565
1,305,931,565
1,315, 476, 565
1, 317, 271, 415
1,316,017,915
1, 314, 938, 715
1,316,968,715
1,317,668,715

728, 523, 240
729, 425, 740
729, 702, 240
730, 016, 940
731,693,690
733,876,590
734, 546,300
735,160, 690
735,460,690
737, 501, 940
737, 660, 690
739,018,690

724, 235,815
724, 480, 758
727, 465, 523
727,838, 900
729,526,135
730,203,870
732, 585, 640
732, 467, 585
733,623, 525
734, 465, 283
734, 520, 475
736, 065, 365

25,932,109
25,130,609
24,569,959
24, 840, 522
25, 096, 414
25,696,832
25, 616, 387
25, 603, 977
28, 082,024
26, 285,914
26,158, 712
25, 433, 762

750,167, 924
749,611, 367
752,035,482
752, 679, 422
754, 622, 549
755,900,702
758,202,027
758, 071, 562
759, 705, 549
760, 751,197
760,679,187
761,499,127

1923
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August..
September
October
November
December

8,261
8,258
8,260
8,259
8,268
8,275
8,276
8,273
8,273
8,275
8,264
8,247

1,328,558,715
1,321, 718, 715
1,325, 058, 715
1, 327, 216, 215
1, 330,171, 215
1,333,526,215
1, 338, 571,215
1,341,286,215
1, 342, 911, 215
1, 342, 071,215
1,342, 728, 715
1, 342, 473, 715

738,257,440
739,329,840
741,077, 590
742,879, 540
742,823, 590
744,034,190
744, 654, 990
744,848, 940
745, 585, 080
746, 780, 830
746, 562, 330
746,778,030

735, 281,275
734, 541,173
738, 423, 517
739, 984, 523
740, 099, 541
742,178, 351
719,103, 625
740,986, 663
740, 323, 568
742,184,915
743,806,385
743,984,275

26,846,812
29, 209, 789
28, 620,187
27,197, 981
27, 868, 731
27,829, 641
28, 336, 094
28,823, 714
28, 621, 244
28,137, 092
28, 799,884
29,450,769

762,128,087
763, 750, 962
767,043,704
767,182, 504
767, 968, 272
770, 007, 992
747, 439, 719
769,810, 377
768, 944,812
770,322,007
772, 606, 269
773,435,044




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CUBBENCY

TABLE N O . 4.—Authorized capital stock of national banks on the first day of each
month from January 1, 1914, to November 1, 1926, United States bonds and
miscellaneoxis securities (act May 30, 1908) on deposit to secure circulation,
circulation secured by bonds on deposit, circulation secured by miscellaneous
securities, the amount of lawful money on deposit to redeem circulation, and,
1
national-bank notes outstanding, including notes of national gold bqgks—-Cont'd
[For prior years see annual report 1920]
Circulation
secured
by miscellaneous
securities

Lawful
money on
deposit to
redeem
circulation

Total
nationalbank notes
outstanding

1924
8,234 $1,338,513,715 $746, 577, 780 $740, 521,752
January
8,219 1,336,133,715
747, 256, 230 742,670,537
February
748,875,180 743,454,758
March
_ 8,188 1,339, 378,715
8,164 1. 341, 776, 215
749,974,180 745,171,676
April
8,153 1,342,071,215
750,676,680 745,795,653
May-8,137 1,340,916, 215 750,113,430 745,029,518
June
8,125 1, 340,141, 215 750,858,930 744,953,710
July.
8,117 1. 342,096, 215 746,611,640 740, 549, 740
August
8,109 1, 341, 636, 215
742,462, 390 737,141, 058
September
8,108 1, 342,606, 215 741,239,890 736,557,660
October
8,098 1,335,768,215
739,842,890 736,602,435
November
8,092 1, 334, 891, 215
737,635,790 733,995,581
December

$31,045,227
30,126,232
30, 964, 444
31,162, 360
31,611,339
32,460,609
33, 058, 069
36, 537,849
40, 052,136
39,269,184
38,679,189
40,152,976

$771,566,979
772,796,769
774,419, 202
776,334,042
777,406,992
777,498,127
778, Oil, 779
777, 087, 589
777,193,194
775, 826, 844
774,281,624
774,148, 557

1925
January- - February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
Oetober
November
December

8,090
8,078
8,068
8.066
8,084
8,103
8,112
8,117
8,115
8,120
8,118
8,114

1, 339, 093, 715
1, 342, 563,715
1, 356,043, 715
1,359,768,715
1,369,553,715
1,372, 738, 715
1, 376,973, 715
1,377,358,715
1, 379, 623, 715
1, 381, 983, 215
1,381,978,215
1,380,743,215

731,613,630
725,171,780
686,943,330
665,608,330
666,010,330
665,502,880
665,061,330
665, 227,130
665,810,130
665, 542, 630
669,185.130
686, 087,630

727,175,641
722,092, 263
663,324,911
661,613,281
661,397, 558
661,293,895
660,501,393
660, 341, 413
662,186, 083
661, 380,320
662,838,483

44, 871,176
47,748,139
100, 532,366
93, 597,406
86, 028, 261
78, 275, 574
72,864, 681
66, 214, 271
61, 476,914
56, 543, 569
51, 264, 261
48,127, 556

763,887,277
755, 210, 687
747, 425,819
739, 569, 469
733,366, 074
726, 555,684
723, 662, 997
717,923, 889
713,802, 7 «
710, 750, 444

1926
January...
February
March
April
May
June.
July
August
September
October
November

8,092
8,077
8,070
8,059
8,054
8,043
8,038
8,031
8,025
8,018
8,008

1, 385,648,215
1, 392,178, 205
1,397, 304, 455
1,400, 003, 655
1, 418, 643, 655
1, 420, 271.155
1,420,087, 405
1, 422, 654.905
1, 422,749, 905
1, 421, 369, 905
1, 422. 132,405

666, 273,130
665,363,590
665,235,640
665, 568,140
665, 686,140
665,465, 140
665,616, 390
665,941,890
665,889,940
66*, 830, 440
065, 4»2, 880

658,362,223 I
661, 298, 333 I
661, 244,347
661,016,470
661,664, 478
660, 677,175
660,986,560
661,434,195
059,760, 467
660, 555,797
661, 742, 830

46,194, 204
45,050,979
45, 059, 372
ti, 211, 319
42, 519, 201
42, 697, 987
41,682,684
40, 714, 779
39, 768, 777
39,178, 467
38,971,702

704, 556, 427
706,349, 312
706, 303, 719
705, 227, 780
704,183, 679
703, 375,162
702, 669, 244
702,148,974
699, 529, 244
699, 734. 264
700, 714; 532

Date

Number of
banks

Authorized
capita! stock

United
States bonds
on deposit
to secure
circulation

Circulation
secured
by United
States
bonds

772,046,817

NOTK.—Notes redeemed but not assorted not included in circulation outstanding.
TABLE N O . 5.—National banks reported in liquidation from November 1, 1925, to
October SI, 1928, the names, where known, of succeeding banks in cases of succession, with date of liquidation and capital

Name find location of bank

Farmers Natienal Bank of Lidgerwood, N . Dak. (8230), succeeded b y Farmers
National Bank in Lidgerwood, N . Dak
.__
_._
National Bank of Bay Bidgein New York, N . Y . (12344), absorbed by East Eiver
National Bank of the City of New York, which changed its title t o Bowery &
East Biver National Bank of the City of New York, N . Y
Manufacturers National Bank of Cambridge, Mass. (11152), absorbed b y Harvard
Trust Co., Cambridge, Mass
Southwest National Bank of Dallas, Tex. (11996), succeeded by North Texas
National Bank in Dallas, Tex
First National Bank of Lodi, Calif. (7719), absorbed by Liberty Bank of San Francisco, Calif
I
Farmers National Bank of Corniug.Iowa (8100), absorbed by The Okey-Vernon
National Bank of Corning, Iowa




Date of
liquidation

Capital

1925
Oct. 13

$50,000

Oct. 21

300,000

Nov. 2

200, C00

June 25

2,000,000

Oct. 28

200,000

Nov. 3

25,000

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141

TABLE N O . 5.—National banks reported in liquidation from November 1, 1925, to

October 81, 1936, the names, where known, of succeeding banks in cases of succession, with date of liquidation and capital—Continued
Name and location of bank

Date of
liquidation

First National Bank of Duncan, Okla. (10244), succeeded by First National Bank
1923
in Duncan, Okla..
— Sept. 1
Citizens National Bank of Colby, Kans. (11047), absorbed by Farmers & Mer- !
chants State Bank, Colby, Kans
, Oct. 31
Manufacturers & Traders National Bank of Buffalo, N. Y. (6186), succeeded by 1
Manufacturers & Traders Bank of Buffalo, to be merged with The Fidelity
Trust Co.,of Buffalo, N. Y .under the name of Manufacturers & Traders Trust Co.. N o v . 25
Peapack-Gladstone National Bank, Peapack-Gladstone, N. J. (12002), succeeded
by Peapack-Gladstone Trust Co., Peapack-Gladstone, N. J
Nov. 30
First National Bank of Hills, Minn. (6199), succeeded by Security State Bank of
Dec. 7
Hills, Minn
First National Bank of Brownsville, Tex. (4577), succeeded by First National
Oct. 20
Bank in Brownsville, Tex...
First National Bank of Quinlan, Tex. (11970), succeeded by Quinlan National
Dec. 10
Bank, Quinlan, Tex
Atkins National Bank, of Maysville, Ga, (7986), absorbed by Greogia State Bank
Dec. 2
of Maysville, Ga
Knoxville National Bank, Knoxville, Iowa (I871),sueceeded by Knoxville National
Bank & Trust Co., Knoxville, Iowa
- Dec. 17
Healdsburg National Bank, Healdsburg, Calif. (10204), absorbed by Liberty Bank
Nov. 30
of San Francisco, Calif.
First National Bank of Sulphur Springs, Tex. (3466), succeeded by First National
Dec. 24
Bank in Sulphur Springs, Tex
First N t i l Bank of Shidler, Okla., (12165) absorbed by the Shidler National
i t National B k f Shidl
Dec. 21
Bank, Shidler, Okla
First National Bank of Farmland, Ind. (6504), succeeded by New First National
Dec. 31
Bank in Farmland, Ind
.

Capita!

$100,090
40,000
2,000,000
100,000
50,000
100,000
40,000
35,000
100,000
150,000
100,000
25,000
40/000

Mount Prospect National Bank, Mount Prospect, 111. (10048), succeeded by
Mount Prospect State Bank, Mount Prospect, 111

1926
Jan. 2

23,000

First National Bank of Perham, Minn. (6276), absorbed by Farmers' State Bank
of Perharn, Minn
i
.
Farmers National Bank of Tupelo, Okla. (10531), absorbed by First National
Bank of Stonewall, Okla
-First National Bank of Kiowa, Okla. (8638), absorbed by First National Bank
in Ada, Okla
First National Bank of Vallejo, Calif. (6573), absorbed by Liberty Bank of San
Francisco, Calif
First National Bank o£ Chandler, Ariz. (11395), absorbed by Bank of Chandler,
Ariz
Commercial National Bank of Wausau, Nebr. (10017), succeeded by Commercial
State Bank of Wausau, Nebr
First National Bank of Cimarron, N. Mex. (9292), absorbed by First National
Bank of Raton, N. Mex
First National Bank of Waltonville, 111. (11516), absorbed by Waltonville State
Bank, Wai ton ville, 111
Producers National Bank of Woonsocket, K. I. (1421), absorbed by Rhode Island
Hospital Trust Co., Providence, B. I--First National Bank of Valley City, N. Dak. (2548), succeeded by First National
Bank in Valley City, N. Dak
—
First National Bank of Greenwood, Nebr. (3403), succeeded by Greenwood State
Bank, Greenwood, Nebr
National Bank of Long Beach, N. Y. (11755), succeeded by Long Beach State
Bank, Long Beach, N . Y . .
First National Bank of South Boston, Va. (5872), absorbed by Planters & Merchants National Bank of South Boston, "Va

1925
Dec. 28

23,000

Dec. 31

25,008
30,000

...do

Dec. 23

100,000

Dec. 31

50,000

Nov. 30
1926
Jan. 2

50,000

..do

30,000

25,000

Jan. 16

200,000

Jan. 12

100,000

1

25,000

Jan. 19

100,000

Jan.

Jan. 12
First National Bank of Tabor, Iowa (4609), succeeded by First State Bank, Tabor,
1925
Dec. 15
Iowa.
First National Bank of Carney, Okla. (12315), succeeded by Carney State Bank,
Dec. 29
C:iniey, Okla
--.

1926
Farmers National Bank of Penalosa, Kans. (11828), absorbed by Penalosa State
Jan. 4
Bank,Penalosa,Kans
. . . ..
Chowcliilla National Bank, Chowchilla, Calif. (11151), absorbed by First National Bank of Chowehilla, Calif.
— Jan. 12
American National Bank ol Pendleton, Oreg. (9228), absorbed by First National
Bank of Pendleton, Oreg— Jan. 16
First National Bank of North Little Bock, Ark. ^12447), absorbed by Federal
...do
Bsnk& Trust Co. of Little Bock, Ark
Bedding National Bank, Redding, Calif. (10070), absorbed by Liberty Bank, San
Jan. 14
Francisco, Calif
Georgia N ational Bank of Albany, Ga. (9729), succeeded by New Georgia National
Bank of Albany, Ga
Jan. 12
Bloomsburg National Bank, Bloomsburg, Pa. (521.1), absorbed by Columbia |
County Trust Co., Bloomsburg, Pa
I Feb. 1



80,000

25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
300,000
100,000
100,000
300,000
125,000

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TABLE N O . 5.—National banks reported in liquidation from November 1, 1986, to

October 81, 1926, the names, where known, of succeeding banks in cases of suo
cession, with date of liquidation and capital—Continued
Name and location of bank
Riverside National Bank of Buffalo, N. Y. (12445), absorbed by Manufacturers &
Traders Trust Co. of Buffalo, N. Y
Coal & Iron National Bank of the city of New York, N. Y. (7203), absorbed by
Fidelity-International Trust Co., New York, N. Y
Seymour National Bank, Seymour, Iowa (11210), absorbed by First National
Bank of Seymour, Iowa
First National Bank of Hammond, Ind. (3478), absorbed by First Trust & Savings Bank of Hammond, Ind
first National Bank of Ninnekah, Okla. (12173)
Sealy National Bank, Sealy, Tex. (6390), succeeded by Sealy State Bank, Sealy,
Tex
First National Bank of Broadus, Mont. (11418), absorbed by Powder Eiver Co.
Bank of Broadus, Mont
First National Bank of Bell, Calif. (11421)..
Continental National Bank of Los Angeles, Calif. (10656), absorbed by Commercial
National Trust & Savings Bank of Los Angeles, Calif
First National Bank of Wheeler, Oreg. (12427), absorbed by First National Bank
ofTillamook, Oreg....
Planters National Bank of Richmond, Va. (1628), absorbed by State-Planters
Bank & Trust Co., Richmond, Va

Date of
liquidation

Capital

1926
Jan. 22

$200,000

Feb. 1

1,500,000

Jan. 2

.60,000*

Feb. 3

250,000

1925
Dec. 31

25,000.

1926
Feb. 15

60,000

Feb. 13
Feb. 15

25,000
25,000.

Mar. 1

800,000

Jan. 12

25,000

Feb. 27

l,000,0CO-

First National Bank of Butler, Okla. (10981), succeeded by First State Bank of
Butler, Okla..

1925
Dec. 31

25,000

First National Bank of Oriskany Falls, N. Y. (6630), succeeded by First State
Bank (which is to convert into a trust company)
First National Bank of Kenbridge, Va. (12251), absorbed by Bank of Lunenburg,
Kenbridge, Va
_.
Citizens National Bank of Hot Springs, Ark. (7531), absorbed by Arkansas
National Bank of Hot Springs, Ark
First National Bank of Washtucna, Wash. (9054), succeeded by First State Bank
of Washtucna, Wash
Bankers National Bank of Minneapolis, Minn. (11167), absorbed by Metropolitan
National Bank of Minneapolis, Minn
_
First National Bank of Murfreesboro, N. C. (11557), absorbed by Farmers-Atlantic
Bank of Ahoskie, N. C
First National Bank of Dunlap, Iowa (4139), absorbed by Dunlap Savings Bank,
Dunlap, Iowa
_.
First National Bank of Jefferson, Ohio (427), absorbed by Jefferson Banking Co.,
Jefferson, Ohio
•
_
First National Bank of West Point, Ga. (8046), absorbed by Citizens Bank of West
Point, Qa

1926
Mar. 8

25,000

Mar. 10
...do

45,800
100,000

Feb. 17

25,000-

Feb. 13

250,000

Mar. 11

100,000

Feb. 23

40,000

Mar. 20

100,000

Mar. 23
Fanners National Bank of Lone Oak, Tex. (7657), succeeded by Citizens National
1925
Bank of Lone Oak, Tex
Dec. 3
American National Bank of Bennington, Okla. (12369), absorbed by First Nationa
1926
Bank of Bennington, Okla
Mar. 22
Car olinaNational Bank of Columbia, S.C. (1680), absorbed by Norwood-Carolina
Bank of Charleston, S. C , which was converted into the Norwood-Carolina
National Bank of Charleston
Jan. 12
First National Bank of Taylor, N. Dak. (10921), absorbed by Security National
1925
Bank of Taylor, N. Dak...
Nov. 24
Norwood National Bank of Greenville, S. C. (8766), absorbed by Norwood-Carolina Bank of Charleston, S. C , which was converted into Norwood-Carolina
1926
National Bank of Charleston
Mar. 13
Placentia National Bank, Placentia, Calif. (10092), absorbed by Bank ofAmerica,
Los Angeles, Calif
Mar. 12
First National Bank of Big Lake, Minn. (11611), absorbed by Big Lake Farmers
State Bank, Big Lake, Minn
_
_. Mar. 26
National Bank of D. O. Mills & Co., Sacramento, Calif. (2014), absorbed by California National Bank of Sacramento, Calif
Apr. 10
American National Bank of Pomona, Calif. (4663), absorbed by Bank of America,
Los Angeles, Calif
_
_
_
_
Mar. 25
Commercial National Bank of Muskogee, Okla. (5236), succeeded by Commercial
National Bank in Muskogee, Okla
_
Apr. 2
Security National Bank of Stigler, Okla. (12331), absorbed by American National
Bank of Stigler, Okla
Mar. 30
First National Bank of Renssclaer, Ind. (6651), absorbed by Trust & Savings
Bank, Rensselaer, Ind
_
__
_
_
Apr. 12
Bunge National Bank, Runge, Tex. (6522), succeeded by Runge State Bank,
Runge, Tex
.
_
...do
National Bank of Huntington Park, Calif. (11925), absorbed by Bank of America,
Los Angeles, Calif.
Apr. 9
Bibb National Bank of Macon, Ga. (10945), absorbed by Macon National Bank,
Macon, Ga
Feb. 10


100,000



30,000
25,000
300,000
25,000
250,000
50,000
25,000
500,000
175,000
250,000
30,000
120,000
50,000
150,000
200,000

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143

TABLE NO. 6.—National banks reported in liquidation from November 1, 1925, to
October SI, 19S6, the names, where known, of succeeding banks in cases of succession, with date of liquidation and capital—Continued
Name and location o! bank

Exchange National Bank of Montgomery, Ala. (8284), absorbed by First National
Bank of Montgomery, Ala
Alexander County National Bank of Cairo, 111. (3735), absorbed by Alexander
County Savings Bank of Cairo, 111
First National Bank of Meridian, Tex. (4016), absorbed by First National Bank
of Valley Mills, Tex
Stoekmens National Bank of Haynesford, Mont. (11095), absorbed by First National Bank of Belt, Mont
_
_.
First National Bank of Roseville, 111. (5883), succeeded by Farmers & Merchants
National Bank of Roseville, 111
-_
First National Bank of Inglewood, Calif. (9093), absorbed by Pacific-Southwest
Trust & Savings Bank of Los Angeles, Calif
_
First National Bank of Earlimart, Calif. (11806), absorbed by First National Bank
of Delano, Calif
First National Bank of Cqmpton, Calif. (8085), succeeded by Security State Bank
of Compton, Calif., which afterwards merged with Security Trust & Savings
Bank of Los Angeles, Calif
Fourth National Bank of Grand Eapids, Mich. (2611), absorbed by Grand Rapids
National Bank, Grand Rapids, Mich
_
__
_
First National Bank of Raton, N. Mex. (4734), succeeded by First National Bank
in Raton, N. Mex..
_.
First National Bank of Cow den, 111. (9700), absorbed by State Bank of Cowden, 111..
Maud National Bank, Maud, Tex. (10182)

Date of
liquidation

Capital

1926
Apr. 24

$300,000

Apr. 30

100,000

Apr. 24

50,000

Apr. 10

25,000

May

3

35,000

Apr. 24

200,000

May

1

25,000

May 3

112,50U

Apr.

2

300,000

Apr. 30
May 11
May 20

100,000
25,000
25,000

First National Bank of Worland, Wyo. (8253), absorbed by Farmers State Bank
of Worland, Wyo

1924
Dec. 29

25,000

Merchants National Bank of Omaha, Nebr. (2775), absorbed by Omaha National
Bank, Omaha, Nebr
First National Bank of Woodville, Okla. (7707), succeeded by First State Bank in
Woodville, Okla
First National Bank of Tishomingo, Okla. (6809), succeeded by First National
Bank in Tishomingo, Okla—
_
Oklahoma National Bank in Oklahoma City, Okla. (9856), absorbed by Liberty
National Bank of Oklahoma City, Okla
Citizens National Bank of Washington, Ga. (8894), absorbed by National Bank of
Wilkes at Washington, Ga
_
First National Bank of Cutler, Calif. (11241), absorbed by National Bank of
Orosi, Calif
Peoples National Bank of Abington, Va. (8819), absorbed by First National Bank
of Abington, Va._
_
First National Bank of Ellsworth, Minn. (5570), absorbed by Ellsworth State
Bank, Ellsworth, Minn
First National Bank of Des Arc, Ark. (11221), absorbed by Farmers & Merchants
Bank of Des Arc, Ark
_.
First National Bank of Tombstone, Ariz. (6439), absorbed by Cochise County
State Bank, Tombstone, Ariz
First National Bank of Olin, Iowa (7585), absorbed by Citizens Savings Bank of
®lin, Iowa.
First National Bank of Davidson, Okla. (11654), absorbed by First State Bank of
Davidson, Okla
First National Bank of New Sharon, Iowa. (8950), absorbed by Citizens State
Bank, New Sharon, Iowa
Farmers National Bank of Valentine, Nebr. (11071)
Peoples National Bank of Rock Island, 111. (2155), absorbed by Central Trust &
Savings Bank, Rock Island, 111-..
.•
First National Bank of Lamberton, Minn. (7221), succeeded by New First National
Bank in Lamberton, Minn
National Exchange Bank of Providence, R. I. (1339), absorbed by* Industrial
Trust Co., Providence, R. I
Farmers National Bank of Allerton, Iowa (9231), absorbed by Security State
Bank of Allerton, Iowa
. .
First National Bank of Jamaica, N. Y. (8268), absorbed by Mechanics Bank,
Brooklyn, N. Y., to be operated as a branch of Mechanics Bank
City National Bank of Plainfield, N . J. (2243), absorbed by Plainfield Trust Co.,
Plainfleld, N. J
Security National Bank of Watertown, S. Dak, (7504), absorbed by First National
Bank of Watertown, S. Dak
--.
First National Bank of Tenafly, N . J. (8614), succeeded by Tenafly Trust Co.,
Tenafly, N. J
._
Citizens National BankofXJnion, S.C. (9742), succeeded by Citizens Bank & Trust
Co. ofXJnion, S. C
National Bank of Forest City, N. O. (12461), absorbed by Farmers Bank & Trust
Co. of Forest City, N. C
State National Bank of North Tonawanda, N. Y. (6809), succeeded by State Bank
of North Tonawanda, N. Y., which was converted into State Trust Co. of North
Tonawanda, N. Y
National Exchange Bank of St. Paul, Minn. (10940), succeeded by National Exchange Bank in St. Paul, Minn

1926
May 20

1,000,000




Apr. 17

25,000

May 12

50,000

May 20

250,000

Jan. 23

75,000

May 20

25,000

May 31

100,000

Apr. 15

25,000

Jan. 26

25,000

May 21

25,000

...do

25,000

Mar. 30

25,000

June 1
May 20

50,000
35,000

May 15

100,000

June 8

50,000

June 4

1,250,000

June 19

40,000

June 23

200,000

June 28

150,000

June 22

100,000

June 30

100,000

...do

100,000

July

1

100,000

July

3

600,000

June 24

300,000

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TABLE N O . 5.—National banks reported in liquidation from November 1, 1923. to

October 31, 19S6, the names, where known, of succeeding banks in cases of succession, with date of liqtiidation and capital—Continued

Name and location of bank
Farmers National Bank of Barnesville, Minn. (11261), absorbed by Citizens
State Bank of Barnesville, Minn
Greenpoint National Bank of Brooklyn, New York, N. Y. (10054), succeeded by
Greenpoint Bank of Brooklyn, N. Y., which is to merge into Bank of the Manhattan Co.
_
_
_
First National Bank of Pelican Rapids, Minn. (6349), succeeded by Otter Tail
County State Bank, Pelican Rapids, Minn
American National Bank of McAlester, Okla. (6230), absorbed by McAlester
Trust Co., McAlester, Okla
„
Jennings National Bank, Jennings, La. (11450), succeeded by Jennings Bank &
Trust Co. Jennings, La._
_
_
_
First National Bank of Freeland Park, Ind. (7437), absorbed by First National
Bank of Milford, HI
._..
_.
Phoenix National Bank of Hartford, Conn. (670), succeeded by Phoenix Bank,
Hartford, Conn
National Exchange Bank of Lockport, N. Y. (1039), absorbed by Lockport Exchange Trust Co., Lockport, N. Y
First National Bank of New Germany, Minn. (11550), absorbed by State Bank of
New Germany, Minn
_
First National Bank oi Kansas, 111. (2011), absorbed by Farmers National Bank of
Kansas, title changed to Kansas National Bank, Kansas, 111
Richmond Borough National Bank of Stapleton, N. Y. (7290), absorbed by
Bowery & East River National Bank of New York, N. Y
_
Farmers National Bank of Augusta, Ky. (4612)-First National Bank of Moorcsville, Ind. (6876), succeeded by Mooresville Trust
Co., Mooresville, Ind
Farmers National Bank of Palouse, Wash. (9499), succeeded by Farmers State
Bank of Palouse, Wash..
_
_
_
First National Bank of Antwerp, Ohio (11723), absorbed by Payne State Bank,
Payne, Ohio..
_
_
_
First National Bank of Rushmore, Minn. (6862), absorbed by Rushmore State
Bank, which changed its title to First State Bank of Rushmore, Minn._
Second National Bank of Hoboken, N. J. (3744), succeeded by Second Bank &
Trust Co. of Hoboken, N. J
Bridgton National Bank, Bridgton, Me. (9181), absorbed by Casco Mercantile
Trust Co. of Portland, Me :.
First National Bank in Woodhull, 111. (12525), absorbed by Woodhull State Bank,
Woodhull, 111...
_
First National Bank & Trust Co. of Utica, N. Y. (1395), succeeded by First Bank
of Utica, N. Y. To be merged into First Bank & Trust Co. of Utica
City National Bank of Paris, Tex. (1411), succeeded by Liberty National Bank of
Paris, Tex
_
First National Bank of Farmington, Iowa (5579), succeeded by First Trust &
Savings Bank of Farmington, Iowa
National American Bank of New York, N. Y. (11686), succeeded by American
Bank of New York, N. Y
National Butchers & Drovers Bank of the City of New York, N. Y. (1261), absorbed by Irving Bank-Columbia Trust Co., New York, N. Y. will change its
title to Irving Bank <L'Trust Co
Medina County National Bank of Medina, Ohio. (5139)
National Bank of Gallatin Valley at Bozeman, Mont. (7441), absorbed by Commercial National Bank of Bozeman, Mont
Ossiniag National Bank, Ossining, N. Y. (6552), succeeded by Ossining Bank,
Ossining, N. Y., which converted into Ossining Trust Co,
First National Bank of Rocky Mount, Va. (6685), absorbed by Peoples National
., i
Bank of Rocky Mount, Va
First National Bank of Leonia, N. J. (11950), succeeded by Leonia Bank & Trust
Co., Lnonia, N. J
First National B><nk of Streetor, N. Dak. (10724), absorbed by Citizens Natioual
Bank of Strecter, N. Dak
First National Bank of Watertown, Minn. (11777), absorbed by State Bank of
Watertowji, Minn
First National Bank of Hartshorne, Okla. (7050), succeeded by First State Bank
in Hartshorne, Okla.
_
_
Third National Bank of Gastonia, N. C. (11477), succeeded by Commercial Bank
& Trust Co., Gastonia, N. C
_
Eseondido National Bunk, Gscondido, Calif. (8040), absorbed by Southern Trust &
Commerce Bank of San Diego. Calif
_
_
_
__.
First National Bank of Rosston, Okla. (10737), succeeded by Security State Bank,
R-<sston, Okla
First National Bank of Towanda, Kans. (! 1154), succeeded by Towanda National
Bank, Towanda, Kans
Total (158




Date of
liquidation

Capital

1926
June 19

$25,000

July 10

200,000

July 1

25,000

July 19

100,000

Juno 22

100,000

June 25

25,000

July 30

1,000,000

July 27

300,000

July 31

25,000

July 1

50,000

July 14

100,000
56,0130

Aug. 15
Aug. 16
July 31
Aug. 12
June 28
Sept. 1
...do....

35,000
50,000
35,000
25,000
700,000
50,000

Aug. 31

25,000

Sept. 8

1, 250,000

Aug. 31

200,000

Sept. 6

100,000

Sept. 14

1,000,000

Sept. 18
Sept. 15

2,000,000
50,000

M a r . 22

60,000

Sept. 29

100,000

Oct.

1

Oct.

100,000
100,000

...do

2

25, 000

Sept. 28

25,000

Oct.

6

50.000

Oct. 18

250,000

July 31

50,0*)

Oct.

1

25,000

June 5

25,000
28, 668, 300

TABLE NO. 6.—Capital stock, surplus, undivided profits, and aggregate resources of national banks consolidated under act of November 7, 1,918,
for the year ended October 31, 1926, as shown by their last reports of condition prior to consolidation
Continuing banks

Closing banks
Title and location

State

The Citizens National
Bank & Trust Co. of
Lebanon.
The Crocker National
Bank of San Francisco.
The National Exchange
Bank of Roanoke.
Bowery National Bank
of New York.

Ohio-

Capital

$125,000

Surplus

$125,000

Undivided
profits
$16,93S

Char
ter
No.

$990,424 2360 Lebanon National Bank
<e Trust Co., Lebanon.
f

Calif.. 2,000,000 5,500,000 2,536,826 62,008,212 1741
Va-..

500,000

N. Y_.

73,000 14, 034,810 2737

250,000

200,000
The Citizens National Calif. .
Bank of Lodi.
75,000
The Citizens National 111
Bank of Sycamore.
100,000
The Keystone National P a . . . .
Bank of Reading.
100,000
The Citizens National Ohio..
Bank of East Liverpool.
MassaehusettsNational Mass . 1, 000,000
Bank of Boston.
The National Exchange R . I . . .
100,000
Bank of Newport.

500,000

1105
50,000

13,391 1,439,872

25,000

16,250

300,000

288,166

160,000

23,661

500,000
65,000

11126

880,186 1896
2,177,305

696

1,069,439 2140

719,405 23,575,097
81,829

643

3,463,276 1546

341,499
25,000
7,000
47
The Burlington Nation- Wash.
al Bank, Burlington.
507,098 22,363,856 1111
The Merchants Nation- Va — 1,000,000 1,000,000
al Bank of Richmond,
98,744 3, 503,183 1621
200,000 300,000
The First National S. C...
Bank of Charleston.
2044
The Norwood-Carolina s. c.
40,000
1,963 4,991,078
200,000
National Bank of
Charleston.
539
The Oirard National P a . . . .
6,000,000
2,894,4
87,474, 329
2,000,000
Bank of Philadelphia.
5459

Pa
The Fourth Street Na- Pa . - . 3,000,000 8,000,000
1,532,678 78,105, 039
3,000,000
tional Bank of Philadelphia.
1
Capital increased
> Did not report prior to consolidation.




Title and location

Capital

$150,000

Surplus

$150,000

Undivided
profits
$33,585

Date of
Aggregate Date of consoliresources reports dation
1925
$1, 509,141 Sept.28

17J.440 33, 583,136 Dec. 31
T h e F i r s t National 3,000,000 1,500,000
Bank of San Francisco.
The First National
400,000
600,000
55,417
8,286,672 ...do—Bank of Roanoke.
The East River Na- 2,500,000 1,750,000
831,961 54,426,420 Sept.28
tional bank of the
City of New York.
The Lodi National
100,000
42,466
2,289,815 Dec. 31
200,000
Bank, Lodi.
50,000
The Sycamore National
100,000
5,000 1,802,017 ...do—.
Bank, Sycamore.
400,020 1,000,000
226,979 10,424,202 . . . d o —
The Farmers National
Bank of Reading.
200,000
200,000
70,037
3, 655,144 . . d o —
The First National
Bank of East Liverpool.
The Atlantic National 5,000,000 3, 500,000 371,016 111,961,587 .-.do—
Bank of Boston.
100,000
The Aquidneek Na200,000
71,718
3,301, 704 . . . d o . . .
tional Bank of Newport.
25,000
The First National
6,500
923
279, 579 . . . d o —
Bank of Burlington.
The First National 2,000,000 2,000,000 1,114, 708 37,385,413 . . . d o . . .
Bank of Richmond.
260,000
75,115 10,071,758 . . . d o —
The Peoples National 1,000,000
Bank of Charleston.
15,271,441 . . . d o —
The Bank of Charleston 1,000,000
217, 907
500,000
National Banking Association, Charleston.
165,487,274 . . - d o . . .
The Philadelphia Na- 5,000,000
10,000,000 2,277, 522
tional Bank, Philadelphia.
83,886,929 ...do —
The Franklin National - 2,000, 000
5,000,000 1,014, 504
Bank of Philadelphia.
i
to $3,000,000 prior to consolidation but subsequent to December 31,1925.

1925

Dec. 12
Dec. 31
Do.
Do.
Do.
1926
Jan. 2
Do.
Jan. 5
Jan. 30
Feb. 6
Feb. 23
Feb.27
Do.
Mar. 1
Mar.31
Apr. 1

TABLE NO. 6.—Capital stock, surplus, undivided profits, and aggregate resources of national banks consolidated under act of November 7, 1918,
for the year ended October 81, 1926, as shown by their last reports of condition prior to consolidation—Continued
Closing banks
Charter
No.

Title and location

State

Capital

Continuing banks
Surplus

Undivided
profits

Aggregate
resources

Charter
No.

The Farmers and Mer- Va~._ $100,000 $25,000 $33,606 $979, 515 10618
chants National Bank
of Charlottesville.
The Mechanics a n d N . Y . - 10,000,00010,000,000 6,134,358 387,893,588 2370
Metals National Bank
of the City of New
York.
The Union National Colo. .
24,173 1,626,634 4437
100,000 100,000
Bank of Greeley.
The Security National
Bank of Sisseton.
The Merchants National BankofProvidence.
The Peoples Trust Company of Brooklyn National Banking Association of New York.
The Central-State National Bank of Memphis.
The Third National
Bank of Philadelphia.
The Citizens National
Bank of Green Bay.
The Liberty National
Bank of Girardville.
The Fauquier National
Bank in Warrenton.
The Citizens National
Bank of Mount Ster-

S.Dak.

60,000

5,000

E . I . . . 1,000,000 1,000,000
N. Y.. 2,000,000

Tenn.
Pa

$400,000

Surplus
$140,000

The Chase National 20,000,000 15,000,000 12,460,936 630,326,411 . . . d o . . .
Bank of the City of
New York.
The Greeley National
Bank, Greeley.

150,000

The First National
Bank of Memphis.

500,000

150,000

Va....

25,000

Ohio..

60,000

6,000

The 'Third National Tenn .
300,000
Bank of Knoxville.
Hellman Commercial Calif.. 2,800,000
Trust and Savings
Bank National Association of Los Angeles.

200,000

17,000

July 3

542 Corn Exchange National 2,200,000 6,000,000
Bank of Philadelphia.
100,000
200,000
37,661 3,660,356 2132 The Kellogg National
Bank of Green Bay
140,000
338,062 4422 The First National
60,000
3,
Bank of Girardville.
6126 The Fauquier National
150,000
100,000
Bank of Warrenton.
50,000
571,743 5382 The First National
75,000
1,154
Bank of Mt. Sterling.

712,654

74, 788,833. . . d o . . . July 29

63,716

3,559,850 . . . d o . . . Aug. 7

500,000

100,000

1,500,000

1,260,000

69,981 3,459,122 4648

29,020,000 35,826,000 16,313,516 743,225,011

1 Did not report prior to consolidation.

1,629,109 . . . d o . . . Apr. 23

228,232

336

219,00* 14,143,239

60,000

3,743

Do.

500,000

1, 000,000 1, 300,000

Pa.-..

Date of
Aggregate Date of consoliresources reports dation
1926
' i925
$40,124 $3,640,165 Dec. 31 Apr. 10

Undivided
profits

1926
546,608 Apr. 12 May 14
26,000
The Citizens National
50,000
4,222
Bank of Sisseton.
5,471,525 . . d o . . . May 15
500,000 1,000,000 426,726
898,736 13,083,989 1302 The Providence National Bank, Providence.
1461 The National City Bank 50,000,000 50,000,000 20,985,
1,684 837,094,929 . . . d o . . . June 26
of New York.
127,258 10,710,701

350,000




The National Bank of
Charlottesville.

Capital

340,457 6395

600,000

600,000

Wis...

Total (30 banks)..

Title and location

3538

The Holston National
Bank of Knoxville.
The Merchants National Bank of Los Angeles.

8, 530,804 June 30

26,425

1,101, 361 . d o . . . Sept. 1

72,564

2,080,516 . . . d o . . .

Do.

6,484

1,023, 548. . . d o . . .

Oct. 1

258,069

5,863,633 . . . d o . .

Oct. 2

733,843

52,238,087 . . . d o . .

Oct. 8

99,410,020 101,312, 500 42,606, 720 2,171,517,611

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147

TABLE N O . 7.—National banks consolidated under act of November 7, 1918, their
capital, surplus, undivided profits, and aggregate assets, year ended October SI,
1926
Consoli- CharTitle and location of bank
da- ter
tion No.
No.
——-—^n^_——~—

State

Date of
consolidation

Capital

Surplus

Undivided
profits

Aggregate
assets

1925

135 2,360 The Lebanon-Citizens Na-

Ohio- Dec. 12

$275,000

$275,000

$50,000

$2,454,874

136 1,741

Calif- Dec. 31

6,000,000

2,500,000

582,157

87,296,077

V a ~ ~ — do

1,000,000

1,000,000

128,417

22,310,323

3,000,000

2,500,000

571, 318

64,294,590

Calif.. . . . d o — .

400,000

150,000

50,000

3,723,830

111

1926
Jan. 2

175,000

87,500

8,764

Pa

do

500,010

1,500,000

185, 705
100,000

137 2, 737
138 1,105
139111,126

tional Bank & Trust Co.
Crocker First National
Back of Sail Francisco
The First National Exchange Bank of Eoanoke.
Bowery and East Ei ver National Bank of the City
of New York.
The Lodi National Bank,
Lodi.

140 1,896 The First National Bank
141

142 2,146
143

643

144 1,546
145 9,808
146 1,111
147 1,621
148 2,044
149

of Sycamore.
Farmers National
Bank of Eeading.
The First National Bank
of East Liverpool.
The Atlantic National
Bank of Boston
The Aquidneek National
Exchange Bank and Savings Co. of Newport.
The First National Bank
of Bnrlinffton
First and Merchants National Bank of Kichmond.
Pe,oples-First National
Bank of Charleston.
The South Carolina National Bank of Charleston.
The Philadelphia-Girard
National Bank, Philadelphia.
The Franklin
Fourth
Street National Bank of
Philadelphia.
The National Bank of
Chariot tpsville (
V l i o l 1\FV LCtJ T U l V
~
The Chase National Bank
of the City of New York.
The Greeley Union National Bank, Greeley.
Citizens Security National
The Providence National
Bank, Providence.
The National City Bank

696 The

539

150 5,459
151 10, 618
152 2,370
163 4,437
154 6,395
155 1,302
156 1,461

N. Y.

.do

Ohio.- Jan. 5

300,000

300,000

Mass- Jan. 30

5, 000, 000

3,500,000

E . I . . . Feb. 6

300,000

175,000

Wash. Feb. 23
Va

Feb. 27

s. c......do —
s.c... Mar. 1

10,000

3,195

592,084

300,000

57,189,079

1, 000, 000

500,000

38, 670

13,630,180

1,100,000

650,000

233,190

26, 985, 763

Pa

Mar. 31

8,000,000 17,000,000 2, 600,000 240, U6,341

Pa—

Apr. 1

6,000,000 15, 000, 000 3,267,902 170, 506, 306

Va — Apr. 10

500,000

166,000

63,406

4,483,286

N.Y.. -_.do._. 40,000,000 25,000, 000 18,994, 615 766,317,293
Colo-- Apr. 23

200,000

50,000

22, 078

S. Dak May 14

50,000

25,000

3,686

873,721

E.I — May 15

1, 500,000

2,500,000

421,355

18,404,638

N . Y . . June 26

2, 573,999

50,000,000 50, 000, 000 15, 869, 768 923, 862,395
1,000,000

158

542 Corn Exchange National

Pa- — July 29

2,700, O Q
O

159 2,132 Kellogg-Citizens National

\Vis.__ Aug. 7

160 4,422 The First National Bank

P a . — Sept. 1

161 6,126 The

800,000

125,000

19,044,146

7, 300,000

570,041

86,038,868

400,000

100,000

50,000

6,896,442

80,000

120,000

36, 701

1, 431, 510

V a — ...do...

150,000

150,000

27,000

2,506,379

Ohio-. Oct. 1

70,000

20,000

15,000

1,397,247

600,000

150,000

9,440,535

Tenn— Oct. 2

600,000

x>an*t oi i^uoAvine.
164 3,538 Merchants National Trust, Calif-. Oct. 8

4,000,000

and Savings Bank of Los
Angeles.
Total (30 banks)




6,692,771

3,000,000

Tenn- July 3

Fauquier National
Bank of Warrenton,
162 5,382 The First-Citizens National Bank of Mt.
Sterling.
163 4,648 The Holston N a t i o n a l

100,640

50,000

336 The First National Bank

Rank nf Philideluhia

4,738,295

129, 474 135,385,016

3,000,000

157

of Memphis.

2,656,012
12 484 SRfi

*-*-} ^ o ^ j OOQ

3,000,000 1,864, 251 131, 966, 724

137,350,010 137,977,500 46,562,333 2,826,293,109

1

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TABLE NO. 8.—Number and capital of State banks converted into national banking
associations in each State and Territory from 1863 to October SI, 1926
Number of
banks

State or Territory

Haine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Bhode Island
Connecticut

-

New England States

Capital

State or Territory

34
28
22
160
52
65

$4, 605, 000
2, 595, 000
2, 029, 990
72, 691, 200
16, 717, 550
18, 932, 770

391

117, 571, 510

New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania.Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia

232
49
114
6
36
6

Eastern States

443

Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Iowa
Missouri

113, 531, 291
9,520, 450
32,474, 095
585, 010
10, 249, 372
1,080, 000

-

67
33
37
48
28
20
29
16
12
137
40
41
49

Southern States

557

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

-

-

Number of
banks
24
25
39
25
33
107
42
46

Middle Western States.

North Dakota
South Pakota
._
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
167, 440, 218 Wyoming
Colorado
5, 937,100 New Mexico
2,208,900 Oklahoma
3, 511, 000
4,512,000
Western States
2,937,000
2,065,000 Washington
3.110, 000 Oregon.
1,290,000 California
3, 575, 000 Idaho
9,832, 500 Nevada
2,407, 500 Arizona
5,881, 900
4, 515, 000
PaciBc States.
51, 782,900

Capital

$2, 890,000
1,608,000
4,130,000
2, 870,000
3, 395,000
6,946, 000
1, 935,000
17,051,800

341

40,825,800

83
48
72
78
37
9
34

2, 735,000
1, 650, 000
3,000,000
3,877,000
1,485,000

7
191

2,655,000
400,000
7,870,000

559

24, 592, 000

60
28

109
26
1
5

5, 625,000
1, 651,000
24, 597,800
1,080, 000
50,000
300,000

2,520

435,516,228

33,303,800

United States

TABLE NO. 9.—Conversions of State banks and primary organizations as national
banks since March 14, 1900, to October SI, 1926
Conversions of
State banks
Classification
Number
Capital less than $50,000
Capital $50,008 or over
Total




Capital

Reorganizations
from State and Primary organiprivate banks and
zations
national banks
Number

Capital

Number

Capital

Total

Number

Capital

868 $23,108,300 1,147 $30,382,000 2,578 $66,400,500 4,593 $119,890,800
733 133,187,800 718 114,235,000 1,693 229,005,000 3,144 476,427,800
1,601 196, 296,100 1,865 144,617,000 4,271 295,405, 500 7,737 596,318,600

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TABLE

N O . 10.—Number of national banks increasing their capital, together with
the amount of increase monthly for years ended October SI, since 1931
1922

1924

1923

1925

1920

Months
Number

Capital

Number

November..
December
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September..
October

7 $2,690,000
7
425,000
24 3,320,000
25 7,420,000
16 1,286,000
23 3,030,000
17 2,055,000
23 4,040,000
39 6,074,850
21 1,821,500
12 1,200,000
15 1, 665, 000

11
49
57
28
30
22
15
22
29
16
10
13

Total...

229 35,027,350

1302

Number

Capital

$880,000
11,165,000
6,835,000
3,605,000
3,870,000
2,505,000
2,540,000
2,700,000
3,200,000
1,485,000
1,045, 000
3,037,500

9
12
34
25
24
22
6
11
26
5
9
13

142,867,500 U 9 6

Capital

Number

$1,740,000
1,475,000
4,100,000
5,935,000
3,487,500
2,115,000
675,000
485,000
2,165,000
410,000
1,040, 000
1,325,000

8
13
21
19
18
22
12
22
26
13
14
15

* 24,952,500 ' 2 0 3

Capital

Number

$590,000
3,287,500
2,000,000
14,687,500
2,950,000
7,220,000
1,465,000
3,570,000
2,185,000
2,160,000
2,240,000
1,055,000
8

9
24
31
28
17
25
11
15
28
8
7
7

Capital

$1,255,000
4,850,000
6,030,000
6,081,250
4,120, 000
18,060,000
1,485,000
1,918,750
3,057,500
1,360,000
438,000
787,500

43,410,000 *210 ' 49,440,000

1 Of these cases, 165 were effected wholly or in part b y stock dividends aggregating $24,749,000.
a Of these cases, 78 were effected wholly or in part by stock dividends aggregating $7,093,583.
• Of these cases, 85 were effected wholly or In part b y stock dividends aggregating $7,680,300.
* Of these cases 67 were effected wholly or in part b y stock dividends aggregating $8,846,400.
TABLE N O . 11.—Number and authorized capital of national banks chartered and
the number and capital stock of banks closed in each year ended October 31, since
1918, with the yearly increase or decrease

Closed
Chartered

Consolidated
under act
Nov. 7,1918

Year

No.

1915....
1916....
1917....
1918....
1919....
1920.._
1921...
1922...
1923...
1924 . .
1925...
1926...

Capital

No.

195 $18,675,000
144 9,689,500
122 6, 630, 000
176 11, 590,000
164 13. 400,000
245 21' 780,000
361 31,077, 500
169 20, 005,000
232 24, 890,800
190 30, 522, 500
135 21,375, 000
251 26,040,000
160 29,705, 000

Loss to
capital

In voluntary
liquidation

No.

Capital

113 $26, 487,000
82 13,795,000
135 14,828,000
107 14,367,500
68 16,165,000
83 16, 380,000
i$3,220,000
84 14, 730,000
11,650,000
93 37, 075,000
I 850,000
1 3,275, 000 103 18,910,000
121 39,290,000
'2,575,000
11,255, 000 155 40,745, 000
11,660, 000 123 14,467, 500
1 4, 455, 010 153 28, 668,300

Insolvent

No.

21
14
13
7
2
1
5
34
31
53
138
98

Capital

.,
$1, 810,000
1,830,000
805,000
1,230,000
250,000
25,000
205,000
1,870,000
2,015,000
3,405,000
9,635,000
6,420,000
5,412,500

Net yearly
Net yearly
increase
decrease
(exclusive of
(exclusive of
existing banks existing banks
increasing
decreasing
their capital) their capital)

No.

Capital

62
94
135 $2,155,000
257 14,492, 500
18
77
690,800

No.

Capital

$9,622,000
5,935,500
9,003,000
4,007,500
3,015,000
19,790,000
8 14,747,500
174 30,260,000

15 3,~492,~5O6
114 8,820,810

> Amount of capital stock reductions incident to consolidations.
8
Includes one bank with capital of $50,000 restored to solvency. There was also one bank restored with
capital of $40,000 for which a receiver had been appointed prior to Nov. 1,1925. Also includes 2 banks with
aggregate capital of $550,000, which had been placed in voluntary liquidation by their shareholders prior to
Nov. 1,1925.
3
There was a decrease of 110 banks, considering the 2 banks restored to solvency and the 2 banks which
were in voluntary liquidation.




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TABLE N O . 12.—Total number of national banks organized, consolidated under
act November 7, 1918, insolvent, in voluntary liquidation, and in operation on
October 31, 1926

Organized

States

Consolidated
under
act Nov.
7,1918

In liqui- In operadation
tion

65
116

1
1
1
6
2
3

i
7
16
1
6

65
13
22
169
49
44

67
55
46
155

789

14

34

352

389

885

Maine
New Hampshire

21
7
14

265

548

41
11

84
13

1,829

113
73
76
346

.

Rhode Island
Connecticut
Total New England States
New York

127
30

3

51
10
48
2
3

2,547

45

114

559

234

9

45

358
1,118
29

District of Columbia
Total Eastern States
Virginia
West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina

..

.

229
191

5
4
42

173

810

1,762

630
397
701

. —

12
5
3

34
18
26

236
133
174

348
241
498

163
127
113

166
106

.

67
83
1,028

-.

_

121

___
-

Total Southern States
Ohio

292
873
19

7
6
13
11
18
15
12
2
8
65
9
6
11

2
2
6
i

159

Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas—
Kentucky _.
Tennessee

49
183
10

13
63

2,787

...

.

Florida

-

Illinois

264
237

435
494

Iowa
Missouri

2

g
1

2
3
2
3

16
12
44
46

31
32
28

173

124
80
69

62
26

82
65

41

106

300
26

665
85

78
73

140
103

28
40

111
65
89
127

37
33

135
157
300
318

268

North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska

New Mexico
Oklahoma

111

137

210

1,046

2,134

240
199
343
431

1
1

48
55
38
43

153
104
165

-

Total Western States

353

775

1,313

4

30
12
18
23
3
2
3

56
25
170
27
4
9

108
97
267
56
20
10
17

91

304

575

1

4

198
134
466
106

... .
.

Total Pacific States
Alaska
Hawaii
Porto Eico
Total Alaska and insular possessions
Total United States, Alaska, and insular pos-




43

12

189
57

-

.

2

38
39
140
127
49
13
47
23
299

2,453

i

2

712

_

California...
Idaho
...
Utah
.
Nevada

14

36

204
78

.

-

--

6

3,426

Total Middle States

Montana

Insolvent

4
2

11

38
16
29

2

987

17

62
12

28
24

13

257

76
32

127
31
368

5
6
1

4
1

12

6

6

3,852

8,008

13,001

166

975

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151

TABLE NO. 13.—Changes of corporate title of national banks, year ended October SI,
1926
Charter
No.

Title and location

12220 The Grand Avenue National Bank of St. Louis, Mo., to "The Grand National Bank of

St. Louis"
_
_
_
The Fruit Growers National Bank of Smyrna, Del., to " The Fruit Growers National
Bank and Trust Company of Smyrna"
.
.
1364 The National Bank of Norwich, N. Y., to " The National Bank and Trust Company of
Norwich"
11603 The Peoples National Bank of Lynbrook, N. Y., to " The Peoples National Bank and
Trust Company of Lynbrook"
2410 The Farmers National Bank of Rome, N. Y., to " The Farmers National Bank and Trust
Company of Rome"
2336

12392 The Longview National Bank, Longview, 'Wash., to "The First National Bank of
2869
4318
0026
9023
W52S
471
718
2697
110(5
3611
8643
12172
8367
11768
H830
12256
8873
11759
2626
4668
12100
823
6198
8600
12546
6769
J1736
2577
10629
12868
6120
2448
2229

Longview"
The National Bank of West Grove, Pa., to " The National Bank and Trust Company of
West Grove"
Central National Bank Savings and Trust Co. of Cleveland, Ohio, to " Central National
Bank of Cleveland"
The Mount KiscoNational Bank, Mount Kisco,N.Y., t o " The Mount KiscoNational
Bank and Trust Company"
_
The First National Bank of Hamburg, Pa., to "The First National Bank and Trust
Company of Hamburg"
_
_
The First National Bank of Tuckahoe, N. Y., to " The First National Bank & Trust
Company of Tuckahoe"
,
The First National Bank ol Ossining, N. Y.( to "The First National Bank and Trust
Company of Ossining"
_
The First National Bank of Covington, Ky., to " The First National Bank and Trust
Company of Covington"
_
_
First Utah National Bank of Ogden, Utah, to " First National Bank of Ogden"
The Highland National Bank of Newburgh, N. Y., to " The Highland National Bank &
Trust Ce. of Newburgh"
_
___
The Chenango National Bank of Norwich, N, Y., to " The Chenango County National
Bank and Trust Company of Norwich"
Planters and Merchants National Bank ol South Boston, Va., to " Planters and Merchants First National Bank of South Boston"
The Paso Robles National Bank, Paso Robles, Calif., to " First National Bank in Paso
Robles"
The First National Bank of Ramsey, N. J., to "The First National Bunk and Trust
Company of Ramsey"
,
Community-South Side National Bank of Buffalo, N. Y., to " The Community National
Bank of Buffalo"
New First National Bank of Hartford, Ark., to " First National Bank in Hartford "
Bergen National Bank of Jersey City, N. J., to "Journal Square National Bank of Jersey
City"
—
The First National Bank of Amityville, N. Y., to " First National Bank and Trust Company of Amityville"
—
The Citizens National Bank of Ridgewood, N. J., to " Citizens National Bank and
Trust Company olEidgewood"
—J
The Tarrytown National Bank, Tarrytown, N. Y., to "The Tarrytown National Bank
and Trust Company"
The Old National Bank ot Spokane, Wash., to "The Old National Bank and Union
Trust Company of Spokane"
The Nationa I Bank of Winter Haven, Fla., to " The American National Bank of Winter
The First "NationarBankof WeCity'SfBrookiyn, N". Y., to "First National Bank of
Brooklyn"
.
The Port Richmond National Bank, Port Richmond, N. Y., to " Staten Island National
Bank & Trust Company of New York"
Pitman National Bank, Pitman, N. J., to " Pitman National Bank and Trust Company"
The First National Bank of Seabreeze, Fla., to " First National Bank of Daytona Beach,
Florida," to conform to change in name of place in which the bank is located
The First National Bank of Columbia, Ky., to "The First National Bank & Trust Company of Columbia"
The First National Bank of Minidoka, Idaho, to "The First National Bank of Paul,"
Idaho
The Citizens National Bank of Mansfield, Ohio, to "The Citizens National Bank and
Trust Company of Mansfield"
The Farmers and Merchants National Bank of Benton Harbor, Mich., to " Farmers and
Merchants National Bank & Trust Company of Benton Harbor"
The City National Bank of Miami, Fla., to " The City National Bank and Trust Company of Miami"
—
The Leavitt and Johnson National Bank of Waterloo, Iowa, to " The Pioneer National
Bank of Waterloo"
The First National Bank of Camden, N. Y., to " The First National Bank and Trust
Company of Camden"
—
—
The National Bank of Haverstraw, N. Y., to "The National Bank of Haverstraw and
Trust Company"
..............

18005"—27



11

Date
1925
Nov. M
Dec.

1

Deo.

3

Dec. 21
Dec. 30
1929
Jan. J
Jan. 1J
Jan. IS
Do.
Jan. IS
Do.
Jan. 18
Jan. 19
Do.
Jan. 20
Do.
Jan. 26
Do.

.'

Feb. 1
Do. :
Feb. 1
Mar. 3
Mar. 16
Mar. 27
Apr. 1
Apr. 5
Apr. 15
Apr. 23
May 1
May 5
Do.
May 6
May 7
May 20
May 22
Do.
May 28
June 2
June 3

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TABLE N O . 13.—Changes of corporate title of national banks, year ended October 31,

1926—Continued
Charter
No.
5411
8418
1342
12449
4408
7703
8394
3728
1363
6429
6694
9293
12665
10358
9597

Title and location

Date

The First National Bank of Mamaroneck, N. Y., to "The First National Bank and
Trust Company of Mamaroneck"
The National Bank o{ Commerce in Pittsburgh Kans., to "American Exchange
National Bank of Commerce in Pittsburg"
The Merchants National Bank of Syracuse, N . Y., to " The Merchants National Bank
& Trust Company of Syracuse"
:
Tha First National Bank ol Floral Park, N . Y., to " Tho First National Bank and Trust
Company of Floral Park"
_
_
Ths First National Bank of Orwigsburg, Pa., to " The First National Bank and Trust
Company of Orwigsburg".
The First National Bank of Freeport, N . Y., to "Tho First National Bank and Trust
Company of Freeport"
The Closter National Bank, Closter, N . J., to " Closter National Bank and Trtist Company'*
.
......
..
,
.
r
....
The National Bank of Arizona at Phoenix, Ariz., to " First National Bank of Arizona at
Phoenix"
The National Bank of Port Jervis, N. Y., to " The National Bank and Trust Company
of Port Jervis"
The Second National Bank of Minot, N . Dak., to " First National Bank in Minot"....
Tho First National Bank of Massena, N . Y., to "The First National Bank and Trust
Company of Massena"
The Farmers National Bank of Kansas, 111., to "The Kansas National Bank"
The New First National Bank in Oakland, Calif., to " First National Bank in Oakland ".
Tho Babjlon National Bank, Babylon, N . Y., to*'The Bablyon National Bank & Trust
Company"
The First National Bank of Blackwood, N. J., to "The First National Bank and Trust
Company of Blackwood"
.

1926
June 4
June 7
June 14
June 24
July

1

July

8

July 14
July 17
July 19
July 20
July 27
Aug. 3
Aug. 10
Aug. 24
Oct. 12

TABLE N O . 14.—Changes of title incident to consolidations of national banks, year
ended October SI, 19S6
The Citizens National Bank and Trust Co. of Lebanon, Ohio (4239), and Lebanon National Bank &
Trust Co. (2360) consolidated under the charter of the latter, with title: The Lebanon-Citizens National
Bank & Trust Company.
The Crocker National Bank of San Francisco, Calif. (3555), and The First National Bank of San Francisco (1741), consolidated under the charter of the latter, with title: Crocker First National Bank of San
Francisco.
Tho National Exchange Bank of Koanoke, Va. (4027), and The First National Bank of Boanoke (2737)
consolidated under the charter of the latter, with title: The First National Exchange Bank of Roanoke.
Bowery National Bank of New York, N. Y. (12837), and The East Biver National Bank of the City of
New York (1105) consolidated under the charter of the latter, with title: Bowery and East Elver National
Bank of the City of New York.
The Citizens National Bank of Sycamore, m . (9572), and The Sycamore National Bank (1896) consolidated under the charter of the latter, with title: The First National Bank of Sycamore.
The National Exchange Bank of Newport, B. I. (1565), and The Aquidneck National Bank of Newport
(1546) consolidated under the charter of the latter, with title: The Aquidneck National Exchange Bank
and Savings Company of Newport.
The Merchant National Bank of Richmond, Va. (1754), and The First National Bank of Richmond (1111)
consolidated under the charter of the latter, with title: First and Merchants National Bank of Richmond.
The First National Bank of Charleston, S. C. (1622), and The Peoples National Bank of Charleston
(1621) consolidated under the charter of the latter, with title: Peoples-First National Bank of Charleston.
The Norwood-Carolina National Bank of Charleston, S. C. (12865), and The Bank of Charleston National Banking Association (2044) consolidated under the charter of the latter, with title: The South Carolina National Bank of Charleston.
The Oirard National Bank of Philadelphia, Pa. (592), and The Philadelphia National Bank (539) consolidated under the charter of the latter, with title: The Philadelphia-Girard National Bank.
The Fourth Street National Bank of Philadelphia, Pa. (3557), and The Franklin National Bank of
Philadelphia (5458) consolidated under the charter of the latter, with title: The Franklin Fourth Street
National Bank of Philadelphia.
The Union National Bank of Greeley, Colo. (7604), and The Greeley National Bank (4437) consolidated
under the charter of the latter, with title: The Greeley Union National Bank.
The Security National Bank of Sisseton, S. Dak. (11341), and The Citizens National Bank of Sisseton
(6895) consolidated under the charter of the latter, with title: Citizens Security National Bank of Sisseton.
The Citizens National Bank of Qreen Bay, Wis. (3884), and The Kellogg National Bank of Green Bay
(2132) consolidated under the charter of the latter, with title: Kellogg-Citizens National Bank of Green Bay.
The Citizens National Bank of Mount Sterling, Ohio (9095), and The First National Bank of Mt.
Sterling (5382) consolidated under the charter of the latter, with title: The First-Citizens National Bank of
Mt. Sterling.
Hellinan Commercial Trust and Savings Bank National Association of Los Angeles, CaKf. (12986), and
The Merchants National Bank of Los Angeles (3538) consolidated under the charter of the latter, with title:
Merchants National Trust and Savings Bank of Los Angeles.




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TABLE NO. 15.—National banks chartered during the year ended October 31, 1926

12906
12980
12962
12993

$200,000
30,000
80,000
300,600

Ensley National Bank of Birmingham •
First National Bank of Goodwater
American National Bank of Union Springs.
Alabama National Bank of Montgomery...
Total (4 banks).

12914
12985

580,000
30,000
25,000

First National Bank in Tuckerman.
First National Bank of Ozark
Total (2 banks) _

55,000
CALIFOKNIA

12852
12856
12893
12904
12909
12910
12918
12929
12937
12976
12986
12988
12996
13001

100,000
200,-000
100, 000
100,000
100,000
50,000

South Pasadena National Bank, South Pasadena...
_
New First National Bank in Santa Paula
_
Eneinal National Bank of Alameda
Compton National Bank, Compton
Liberty National Bank of Beverly Hills
_
Altadena National Bank, Altaden-a 2
.
Commercial National Bank of Santa Maria
_
DinubaNational Bank, Dinuba. __
East Bay National Bank of Oakland
First National Bank of Fontana.
Hellman Commercial Trust & Savings Bank National Association of Los Angeles 3
City National Bank of Huntington Park
Union National Bank of Ventura
Oilfields National Bank of Brea

100,000

100,000
1,000,000
50,000
2, 500, 000
100,000
200,000
60,000

Total (14 banks).

4, 750,000
COLORADO

12974

200,000

South Broadway National Bank of Denver
CONNECTICUT

12846
12973

200,000
50,000

City National Bank of New Britain
Byram National Bank of East Port Chester
Total (2banks).

250,000
.

DELAWARE

25,000

12882

First National Bank of Milton.

12842
12868
12871
12880
12887
12906
12930
12983

National Bank of Commerce of Tampa..
City National Bank of M i a m i ' . .
First National Bank of Kissimmee
American National Bank of Bradenton.
Third National Bank of M iami
First National Bank of Clearwater
National Bank of West Palm Beach
First National Bank of Auburndale

200,000
1,000,000
50,000
150,000
600,000

200,090
100,000
60,000
2, 250,000

Total (8 banks).

12863

300,000

New Georgia National Bank of Albany
ILLINOIS

12870
12873
12926
12945
12991

50,000
200,000
60,000
200,000
750, 000

First National Bank of Antioeh.
_.
Lawrence Avenue National Bank of Chicago
Farmers & Merchants National Bank of Roseviile
Halsted Exchange National Bank of Chicago
National Stock Yards National Bank of National City '
Total (5banks)

1
3
3

j

1,250,000

Post office Ensley.
Post office Altadena branch, Pasadena.
With a main office and 31 branches in California. Consolidated on Oct. 8, 1928, with Merchants
National Trust and Savings Bank of Los Angeles under act of Nov. 7,1918.
* Title changed to " T h e City National Bank and Trust Co. of Miami."
»Post office,
 National Stock Yards.



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TAHI.H NO. 15.—Motional hanks cliorltrc.d during the year nukd October 81, 1!)26—
Continued
Charier
No.

Title

Oipit

HMO . New T'irst National Hunk of Knimiiind
12952 National Jlunk of MonliecUo

$25,000
40, 000

Total (2 banks)..

12S49
12KH3
12030
12098

or,, (KH)

Knoxville National Bank and Trust Co., Knox\lll<>
First National Bank i n Ashton
Khenandoah National Bank, Slienaiuloah . .
N e w First National Bank i n N e w Hampton

.

100,000
25,000
300,000
A), 000

Total (4 banks)..
1SV3S

275, (XX)

Towauda National Bauk, T o w a n d a .

2,1,000

KK.STI'CKY

12901
12082

Peoples National Bank of Paditrali
First National Bank of Orayson

J 00.000

no, ooo

Total (2 banks)

12923
12WI2

150,000

National Bank of Tallulali

50,000

Mawachusetts National Bank of Boston <
f i r s t National Bank in Medfonl

....-

'

Total (2 banks)

1,000,000
200,000

1.200,000
MK!IJ(,AN*

OriswoM National Bank of T)eI roit
First National Bank of Brighton
...
Inkster National Bank, Inksti'r
....
12S78 First National Bank of Algonao
12<H4 First National Bank in J i y m o u t h . . . .
12UK1 First National Bank in Mount ( > J I I I W . ...
12U71 First National Bank of Dearborn
J 21)89 Lincoln Park National Bank, Lincoln l'"tk "

2,000,000
2fl.(XK)
25,000
:to,ooo
no, (XX)

12847

ram

J2VV9

Totnl (8banks)

200, (XX)

-iso, mo
UK), 000
:........

2,.S80,0(X)

MtNSFf-OTA

12844
128M
12U22
J2M1
121M7
121)99
12U72

N e w First National B a n k in Ijunberton
First National Bank in liilfbfleld
Fnrmors National Bank in Alexandria. .
National Kirhango iinnk in S i . J'nul. .
. . .
First National B a n k i n M a h n o m e n . . .
First National Bank of Moose Lake
Buffalo National Bank, Buffalo
.
Bloomiiigton-Lakc National Bank of Minneapolis

2T),O0O
7i>.(KX)
'J(X), 000
250,000
2.1,000
2.% MX)
25,000
200,000

Total (Sbanks)

72:>,O00
MlSSOCItl

23,000
2,000,000
100. (KM)

12907 I First National Bank of Oran
.
12910 | Boatmen's National B a n k of f t . Louis
12055 ! Citizen) National Bank of M a p l c » ood

2. 125,000

TotulCI banks)
128M) ; llockinguaiu National Bank of Jvveter
' Wit h 2 branches in Boston.
under act of N o v . 7, 1018.
• Post office, Detroit.




-

-—-

10UOOO

('onsolidaled on Jan. ,10.1<J2C, w i t h tho Atlantic- National Bauk of Boston,

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155

TABLE N O . 15.—National banks chartered during the year ended October 31, 1926—

Continued

12848
12864
12861
12876
12886
12891
12894
12895
12901
12902
12903
12917
12939
12842
12946
12949
12964
12977
12978
12981
12984
12990

Westside National Bank of West Paterspn
Haledon National Bank, Haledon
____
Prospect Park National Bank, Prospect Park
Peoples National Bank of Irvington
,-Pacific Avenue National Bank of Atlantic City
Allenhurst National Bank, Allenhurst...
Woodlynne National Bank, Woodlynne..
Columbus National Bank of Paterson
_._
_
Eastside National Bank of Paterson
_._
Hillsdale National Bank, Hillsdale
Pennsauken Township National Bank of North MerchantvilleNational Bank of Mantua
Labor National Bank of Jersey City
Manville National Bank, Manville--Port Newark National Bank of Newark
___
Prospect National Bank of Trenton
_
Peoples National Bank of Newark. __
_._
Woodbine National Bank, Woodbine
•
_
First National Bank of Stone Harbor
Teaneck National Bank, Teaneck
_
First National Bank of Riverside...
Mechanics National Bank of Bayonne
Total (22 banks).

12879
12924

First National Bank of Hatch..
First National Bank in Eaton.

975,000
,50,000
it), 000
lOO, 000
200,000
60,000
25,000
200,000
.200,000
50,000
25,000

rmooo

200,000
80,000
200,000
200,000
200,000
^0,000
25,000
60,000
100,000
200,000
2,330,000

NEW MEXICO

25,000
100,000
125,000

Total (2 banks).
NEW YOBK

12874
12884
12886
12892
12897
12900
12926
12932
12938
12940
12948
12951
12954
12956
12957
12958
12963
12986
12970
12980
12987
12992
12997
13000

Central National Bank of the City of New York
_
First National Bank of Sherrill.
Long Island National Bank of New York.
_____
Lafayette National Bank of Brooklyn in New York
_
_
National Bank of Bidgewood in New York.
Melrose National Bank of New York 8
Seneca National Bank of West Seneca
Peoples Trust Co. of Brooklyn National Banking Association of New York »..
North Syracuse National Bank, North Syracuse
Crestwood National Bank of Tuckahoe.
Rugby National Bank of Brooklyn in New York.. _
Central Park National Bank, Central Park
_
_
Citizens National Bank of Waverly.
First National Bank of Elmstord
_
_
Woodslde National Bank of New York
_
Fair Haven National Bank, Fair Haven
_
Seaford National Bank, Seated
National Bank of Yorkville in New York
_
Traders National Bank of Brooklyn in New York.
_
__.
Granite National Bank of Brooklyn in New York
_
Hampton Bays National Bank, Hampton Bays
First National Bank of Ardsley
Franklin Square National Bank, Franklin Square.
:.
Flatbush National Bank of Brooklyn in New York

2,000,000
25,000
250,000
200,000
200,000
500,000
50,000
2,000,000
25,000
50,000
200,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
200,000
25,000
50,000
500,000
500,000
300,000
50,000
25,000
60,000
300,000
7,650,000

Total (24 banks).
NORTH CAROLINA

12890

Cherryville National Bank, CherryviUe
KORTH DAKOTA

12853
12875

First National Bank of Gackle.
National Bank in Wahpeton.__

100,000
25,000
25,000
50,000

Total (2 hanks).
OKLAHOMA

12890
12908
12918

Commercial National Bank in Muskogee.
First National Bank in Tishomingo
Citizens National Bank of Muskogee
Total (3 banks).

300,000
25,000
100,000
425,000

• Post office, Buffalo.
• Post office, Brooklyn, with 11 branches in the County of Kings, N. Y. Consolidated on June 2«, 1926.

with the National City Bank of New York under act of Nov. 7,1918.



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TABLE NO. 15.—National banks chartered during the year ended October SI, 1926—
Continued

PENNSYLVANIA

12868
12860
12911
12912
12921
12931
12933
12934
12967
12975
12994

Oakmont National Bank, Oakmont «
Queen Lane National Bank in Germantown at Philadelphia
First National Bank of Newfoundland..
First National Bank in Derry
First National Bank of Kingston
National Bank of Olney in Philadelphia
Wilcox National Bank, Wilcox
Union National Bank of Carnegie..
Dale National Bank, Dale »
Fogelsville National Bank, Fogelsville
National Bank and Trust Company of Monessen
Total (11 banks)

$25,000
200,000
25,000
50,080
100,000
200,000
25,000
100,000
50,000
25,000
150,000
950,000

SOUTH CAROLINA

.128«5

Norwood-Carolina National Bank of Charleston '-'

200,000

SOUTH DAKOTA

12857 New First National Bank in Lemmon
12872 New First National Bank in Deli Eapids
12877 Deuel County National Bank of Clear Lake
12881 Citizens National Bank in Sioux Falls
12888 Citizens National Bank of Wessington
12920 New First National Bank of Howard

30,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
30,000
50,000

.'

Total (6 banks)

260,000
TEXAS

12843 Farmers National Bank of Blossom
13845 First National Bank in Sulphur Springs
12850 First-Liberty National Bank, Liberty
12855 First National Bank of Dickinson....
12867 First National Bank of Anna.
_
12898 First National Bank of Newton
12890 First National Bank of Roscoe
12915 First National Bank of Pickton
..:
12919 First National Bank of George West
12927 First National Bank of Kails
12928 First National Bank of Meadow
_
12936 State National Bank of Caddo Mills
12943 Lott National Bank, Lott
_
_.1296S First National Bank of Kingsville.
12969 Citizens National Bank of Post
_
12995 First National Bank of Hebbronville

_

;

_.

Total (16 banks)

30,000
100,000
35,000
25,000
35,000
30,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
30,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
75,000
610,000

VIKGINIA

12966

Fauquier National Bank in Warrenton

13

25,000

WASHINGTON

12851

Greenwood National Bank, Greenwood '*
Total United States (160 banks)

25,000
__

29,705,000

" Post office, Upper Darby.
11
Post office, Johnstown.
" With one branch in Greenville and one in Columbia, S. O. Consolidated Mar. 1, 1926, with The
South Carolina National Bank of Charleston, under act of Nov. 7,1918.
« With one branch at The Plains, Va. Consolidated on Sept. 1, 1926, with The Fauquier National
Bank of Warrenton under act of Nov. 7,1918.
»' Post office, Seattle.




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157

TABLE N O . 16.—National banks, by States and geographical divisions, organized,
failed, and reported in voluntary liquidation during the year ended October 31,
1936
Organized
States

Failed

Num- Authorized Number
capital
ber

Maine . . .—
New Hampshire.
Massachusetts
Rhode Island

New York
Penasylvania
Total Eastern S t a t e s Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina
Florida

Assets

Number

Capital

Gross
assets

$50,000

$534,795

1
2
1

200,000
1,450,000
1,000,000

2,645,204
24,470,879
17,713 982

5

2,700,000

45,364,830

15
5
1

9,875,000
1,150,000
125,000

175,932,484
18,393,249
2,312,756

1

$100,000
1,200,090

2
Total New England
States

1
2

Capital

Voluntary liquidation

260,000

5

1,550,000

24
22
11
1

7,650,000
2,330,000
0ofl,000
25,000

58

10, 955, 000

21 11,150,000

190, 638,489

1
1
1
1
8
4
1
16
2
2

25,000
100,000
200,000
300,000
2,250,000
580,000
50,000
610,000
55,000
150,000

1, 295, 800
450,000
650,000
710,000

20, 548,140
2,345,104
12,626, 899
5, 753,165

1
10
3
1

I

§60,060
100,000
2, 655,000
225,000
50,001)

2,529,685
489,173
15, 799, 228
1,666,531
883, 927

37

4, 320, 000

=====

4
2
1
1
1

$675,000 J$2,369,408
100,000
575,858
50,000
508,310
100, 000
100,000

263, 253
705, 227

3
5

1
Total Southern StatesOhio

100,000

634, 406

10

1,125,000

5, 058, 461

32

6,435,800

62,641,352

4fi5. 930
646, 862

3
5
8
1

185,000
470, 000
390,000
300,000

1,471, 500
6,647,438
4,053,635
5,992, 504

82, 500 i
75,000

New Mexico
Total Western States.
California

2o,000
267, 570
1
5, 747,385
420,000
12
18 1,065,000 '12,009,211
564. 852
100,000
1

12
9

§50,656
455,000

10,079,040
4,242,647

30

7,020,000

35

1, 747,500

Tfl. 70I.R00

38

2,650,000

32,486,764

2
6

50,000
260,000
25,000

7
12
1
1
5

225,000
450,000
60,000
60,000
265,000

2,619,614
3.823,344
' 620.601
458; 101
1,315, 514

200,000
100, 000
1,110,000
90,000
110,000
25,000

2,895,121
1,007,999
12,91S, 734
639,866
935,010
389,091

1
2
3

200,000
125,000
425,000

7

575,000

5,577,135

4
1
4
3
3
1

5

325,000

3, 609, 240

125,000
1,085,000

2, 283,390
13,296,730

15

1,085, 000

38

1,940, 000

17, 923, 549

2
17
35

2,845,000

34,266,941

1

North Dakota
South Dakota

725, 000
27,r>, 000
2,125,000

1

Total Middle Western

65,000
1,250,000
2,580,000

8
4
3

Michigan

2
5
8

25,000

3

200,000

1, 264, 241

14

4,750,000

4

2
2
16
2

75,000
325,000
2,412,500
75,000

504, 43C
2,256,702
34,906,337
379, 835

22

2,887. 500

38,107,310

1
2

Total Pacific States...

15

4, 775, 000

7

Total United S t a t e s - -

160

29, 705,000

90

350,000
550,000

2.6t8.078
3, 312, 319

5, 362, 500 45,994,129

153 28, 668, 300 409, 500, 216

1 Includes one bank with capital of $500,000 and assets of $1,047,154 previously reported in voluntary
liquidation.
2
Includes one bank with capital of $50,000 and assets of $341,430 previously reported in voluntary liquidation.




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TABLE N O . 17.—Number and classification of national banks chartered monthly

during the year ended October 31, 1926
Conversions

Reorganizations

Primary organizations

Total

Months
Number
November.
December..
January....
February..
March
April
May
June
July.August..

Total.




Capital

Number

Capital

Number

Capital

$315,000
1,200,000
35,000

$26,000

25,000
2,050,000
2,025,000
55,000
350,000
200,000
2,600,000
625,000

30,000
65,000
25,000
25,000
50,000

$2,850,000
805,000
3,800,000
1,805,000
1,850,000
1,025,000
650,000
2,376,000
1,880,000
930,000
1,400,000
750,000

9,380,000

210,000

124 20,115,000

Number

Capital
$3,190,000
2,005,000
3,835,000
1,805,0001,905,009"
3,130,000
2,700,000
2,450,000
2,280,000'
1,130,000
4,000,000
1,275,000

160

29,705,000

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TABLE N O . 18.—Classification of national banks, according to capital stock, December SI, 1925
[In thousands of dollars]
CAPITAL STOCK OF LESS THAN $60,000

Cities, States, and Territories

Aggregate
Num- loans and
ber of discounts,
banks including
rediscounts

Aggregate Aggregate
resources,
paid-in
Aggregate
capital
including
deposits
stock
rediscounts

OTHEB BESEBVE CITY

Chicago

306

1,213

25

1,051

1,257
880
695
409
503

2,519
1,931
1,382
1,103
1,400

100
125
75
100
75

2,1<M
1,522.

19

3,744

8,335

475

6,724

128
60
207
2
22

33,151
17,267
43,955
399
6,492

82,598
35,829
107,864
780
13,903

3,316
1,293
5,350
50
685

70,351
30,816
86,893
623
11,670

409

101,264

240,974

10,594

200,353

43
40
5
10
14
7
26
1
5
202
32
32
23

11,960
10,916
1,048
1,824
2,585
1,906
4,655
63
1,028
26,618
5,240
9,736
4,931

17,734
17,237
1,586
2,856
4,553
3,740
10,122
466
1,630
51,033
10,097
15,763
8,248

1,219
1,125
155
265
410
209
705
25
125
5,600
898
840
620

13,803
14,079
1,287
2,245
3,629
3,239
8,201
441
1,413
39,610
8,329
12,986
6,586

440

COtJKIBY BANES

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

,

Total Southern States

1,209

82,510

145,065

12,196

115,848

Ohio
Indiana.....
Illinois
Michigan
Wisconsin
,
Minnesota
Iowa
Missouri
Total Middle Western States

84
78

142
19
38
183
106
37

17,375
14,553
26,745
4,169
7,423
45,102
26,000
6,567

33,588
25,055
•48,827
8,023
14,031
85, 871
40,863
12,042

2,248
2,105
3,905
530
1,000
4,839
2,995
1,043

26,469
19,279
38,383
6,641
12,049
73,802
31,810

687

147,934

268,300

18,665

218,053

North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma

114
62
57
115
46
10
63
13
232

21,958

34,048

42, 575
23,957
20,662
35,868
10,460
4,228
20,730
2,868
79,455

2,920
1,650
1,570
3,023
1,200
295
1,720
335
6,010

35,777
20,068
16,035
28,903
8,587
3,636
16,772
2,255
68,600

712

123,518

240,803

18,723

200,633

6,280
5,102
11,174
3,848
1,068
918
342

12,333
10,952
24,072
8,110
1,585
2,191
974

870
840
1,600
635
100
75
100

10,651
9,081
20,606
6,913
1,300
2,002
816

,

Total Western States
Washington
Oregon
California
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
Arizona
Total Pacific States
Total country banks
Total United States




13,431
20,291
4,780
1,649
11,885
1,402

28,732

60,217

4,120

51,369

2,424

487,702

963,694

64,773

792,980

2,424

488,008

964,907

64,798

794,031

157
.....

14,074

9,620

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TABLE N O . 18.—Classification of national banks, according to capital stock, December SI, 1925— Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
CAPITAL STOCJC OF $50,000 BTJT LESS THAN $200,000

Cities, States, and Territories

OTHER RESERVE CITIES

Aggregate
loans and
discounts,
including
rediscounts

2,737
414
270
493
655
888

Aggregate Aggregate
resources,
paid-in
Aggregate
including
capital
deposits
rediscounts
stock

5, 789
.874
586
2,356
2,195
2.212

Total all reserve cities
.

;

COUNTRY BANKS

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Bhode Island
Gocaccticut

Total New England States
New York
New Jersej
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland

44,5S8
45, 503
40, 367
127,629
6,867
21,902

21,789
27,938
24,228
71,602
4,734
12,058

214,845
H O , 864
370,747
0,572
39,300

505,500
315,094
798, 357
14,03,5
79, 719

421,500
265, 509
626. 94S
16,283
65,143

Total Eastern States
Virginia
West Virginia
N o r t h Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
FloridaAlabama
Mississippi
Louisiana

Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee
Total Southern States
Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan,
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Iowa

224,
13.3,991
332, aSl
129, 505
111,049.
119,517
183,797 I
56,284

Kansas

Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
N«w Mexico,
Oklahoma

Wall

Nevada
Arizona
Total Pacific States.



16,092
1Q, 733
21, 443
7,080

168,851
102,740
262,859
108, 833
92, 787
102, 855
146,388
43,268

51,50.6
55,449
80,130
109,134
24, 893
28, 873
62, 671
18,139

Total Middle Western States
North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska.

Total Western States
Washington
Oregon,.,
California
Idaho

74,7*6
66,071
63,381
32,239
.86,614
85, ITS
48,848
38.S28
13,341
207, 221
30, 858

08,390
54, 553
45,170
26,380
30,771
41,138
33.812
23,2U7
38,826
149,709
21,356
60,137
34 044

2,
3,075
6,045
,350
1,870
1,555
4,095
1,100
8,360

44,858
47,613
61,515
88,549
21,291
24, 269
51,097
15,769
111,336

4,145
3,905
12,073
2,075
700
410
950

43, ,628
137,602
28,671
7,441
6,347
14,020

127,284

28,810
26,502
86,010
17,612
5,206
4, 851
8,482

61, 659
52,153
165,422
33,361

291,127

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TABLE N O . 18.—Classification of national banks, according to capital stock, Decemher SI, 1925—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
C A P I T A L S T O C K OF $50,000 B U T L E S S T H A N $200,000— Continued
Aggregate I ,.„„„,„,*,,

Cities, States, and Territories

(lisvounfc, j

Aggregate
paid-in
capital
rediscounts;
stock
imdading

Aggregate
deposits

COWNTEY BANKS—continued

Alaska (nonmember banks)
The Territory of Hawaii (nonmember banks)...
Total (nonmember banks).

200
100

3,148
1,942

300

5,087

Total country banks..

333, 809

4, 266,076

Total United States

S34, 559

4, 278, H I

C A P I T A L S T O C K OF $200,000 B C T LESS T H A N $500,000
CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES
New York.
Chicago
Total central reserve cities
OTHER EESEEVE CITIES

Boston
Brooklyn and Bronx.
Buffalo
Philadelphia.
Pittsburgh.
Baltimore..
Washington
Richmond..
Birmingham.
EJ Paso
Fort Worth
Galveston
Houston.
San Antonio.
Waco
Little Rock
Nashville.
Cincinnati
Columbus
Indianapolis,
Chicago
Peoria.Grand Rapids
Milwaukee..
Minneapolis.
St. Paul..
Dubuque^
Sioux City.
Kansas City, Mo
Bt. Joseph
St. Louis
Lincoln.
Omaha
Kansas City, Kans
Topeka.
Wichita
Helena
Denver.
Muskogee_. ..
Oklahoma City
Tulsa..
Seattle.
Spokane
Portland
Los Angeles
Ogden
Salt Lake City
Total other reserve cities
Total all reserve cities



4,110
22,041
3,851
106,356
7,496
12,050
24,722
2,352
,529
12, 410
8,942
17,630
6,469
8,407
10,332
8,857
ft, 7
13.588
14, 765
5,627
77,530
6,380
5,498
2,612
4,076
18,130
5,410
21,387
15,482
21,588
15,062
13,310
6,996
3,883
4,818
3,045
9,015
2,144
4,613
13,372
9.195
7,939
3,021
8,987
2,351
3,078
7,034

200
700
400
3,455
500
800
1,327
300
250
500
200
800
7*)
630
850
600
900
600
600
400
4,300
300
300
600
400
700
200
1,050
700
600
150
700
400
200
200
400
450
2-30
250
750
450
500
200
700
400
250
300

3,443
19, 479
2,927
85,1ST
5,725
9,775
19,984
1,883
3,814
11,555
3,464
15, 542
5,321
6,438
8,354
6,885
7,994
11,307
12, 516
4,782
08,292
8,144
4,481
1,771
3,361
16,934
4,745
18,964
14,171
19,677
12,596
10,932
6,249
3,249
4,374
2,498
7,989
1,837
3,954
12,458
8,538
7,036
2,557
7, 912
1,862
2, 595
6,607.

530,491

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TABLE NO. 18.—Classification of national banks, according to capital stock, December SI, 1925—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
CAPITAL STOCK OF $200,000, BUT LESS THAN $500,000—Continued

Cities, States, and Territories

Num- loans and
ber of discounts,
including
rediscounts

COUNTRY BANKS

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
tkmneclicut
Total New England States.
JNew York,.,.,
New Jersey._»<
Pennsylvania Delaware......
Maryland
Total Eastern States.

Total Southern States.

Total Middle Western States.

71,763
17,156
9,107
173,397
11,990
73,823

3,400
1,200
1,100
8,940
850
4,982

59,469
12,100
5,489
143,110
8,422
57,132

80

192,292

357,236

20,472

285,719

87
43
104

179,127
105,818
235,075
4,413
11,442

346,691
205,164
476,523
9,791
16,659

16,340
10,200
25,975
663
902

291,194
170,869
368,327
7.1B2
13,727

221

535,875

1,054, 828

54,080

851,179

51, 425
29,930
32,970
31,279
16,275
18,769
28,750
24,807
8,953
73,702
19,533
22,487
13,168

75,932
45,965
50, 401
52,562
25,578
33,007
53,222
44,157
15,190
128,686
33,990
34,005
23,530

5,000
2,800
3,925
3,725
3,100
1,350
4,150
2,460
1,200
10,050
1,800
2,825
2,250

56;846
34,8:10
38,570
42,348
17,,849
30,}01
42,424
37..715
12,305
105,212
30,078
24,754
17,843

180

372,048

618,225

44,635

490, SM

50

13

' 107,752
47,964
62,534
50,925
53,251
15,100
30,404
13,496

193, 452
92,987
132,369
99,659
96,823
31,391
53,706
25,842

13,075
6,375
8,350
4,700
6,325
2,025
3,250
1,450

150,672
74,719
107,494
84,712
80,918
26,428
44,930
22;«17

177

381,366

726,229

592; 1,90

7,861
2,210
3,363
20,030
20,165
6,843
8,874
4,083
11,811

15,945
5,729
5,886
36,628
44,659
13,090
17,806
9,519
27,817

45,550
700
250
700
2,200
2,000
850
800
650
2,050

85,240

177,079

10,200

154,294

12,610
14,381
49,175
9,659
1,057
5,087

27,639
25,209
91,516
19,242
3,681
10,176

1,950
1,750
7,450
1,050
200
400

23,155
20,363
74,194
16,682
3,179
9,342

North Dakota.
South D a k o t a Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico.-.
Oklahoma
Total Western States.

Aggregate
deposits

34,237
9,716
5,631
98,994
5,833
37,881

Virginia
West Virginia- - North Carolina..
South Carolina..
Georgia..
Florida
Alabama
...
Mississippi. . . , . .
Louisiana
i --Texas.Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee
Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan...
"Wisconsin..
Minnesota.
Iowa
Missouri

Aggregate Aggregate
paid-in
resources,
capital
including
rediscounts
stock

43

Washington.
Oregon
California
Idaho
Nevada
Arizona

14,519
5,220
4,054
30,866
,39., 486
11,638
15,910
7,970
24,631

Total Pacific States _.

63

91,969

177,463

12,800

146,916

Total country banks.

754

1,658,790

3,109,060

187 j 737

2, 521,151

1,973,128

3,731,701

221,169

3,051.642

Total United States..




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TABLE N O . 18.—Classification of national banks, according to capital stock, December SI, 1925—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
CAPITAL STOCK OP $500,000, BUT LESS THAN $1,000,000
Aggregate
Num- loans and
ber of discounts,
banks including
rediscounts

Cities, States, and Territories

Aggregate Aggregate
resources,
paid-in
including
capital
rediscounts
stock

deposits

CEK1HAL BESEHVE CITIES

New York
_
Chicago
Total central reserve cities..

4,874
6,116

7,880
8,587

800
600

6,431
7,127

9,990

16,467

1,400

13,558

14,044
6,491
11,505
7,765
35,128
41,514
23,701
24,022

»_

21,426
14,626
18,117
14, 512
54,981
76,667
41,199
40,938
13,329
74, 571
21,795
16,984
31,356
10,036
23,652
22,554
11,663

16,846
12406

14,376
13,623
28,475
16,589
25,336
13,146
28,100
6,468
6,511
35, 367
8,044
6,429
14,603
16,420
10,088
15,200
33,225
15, 951
8,911
27,151
6,558
31,076
5,489
10,908
3,732
6,688
32,510

1,750
600
680
850
3,000
3,550
2,800
2,360
750
1,250
1,750
1,250
1,800
1,100
1,000
1,100
500
1.600
500
800
1,800
800
1,000
500
1,000
500
500
2,100
600
600
1,025
1,400
600
1,000
1,050
600
500
1,850
500
1,500
500
1,250
600
600
1,600

OTHER RESERVE CITIES

Boston
Albany.
Brooklyn and Bronx..
Buffalo
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Baltimore
..
Washington
Atlanta
Jacksonville
Dallas
Fort Worth
Houston.
San Antonio
;
Louisville
Memphis
Cincinnati
;
Columbus
Toledo
Chicago
Peoria
Grand Eapids
Milwaukee....Minneapolis
Cedar Kapids
Des Moines
Dubuque...
Kansas City, Mo
St. Joseph
St. Louis
Lincoln.
©maha
Kansas City, Kans...
Topeka
,.
Denver
Pueblo
.....--.
Muskogee...
Oklahoma City
Tulsa
Seattle
:".
Spokane
Los Angeles
Oakland
Ogden
Salt Lake City

34,549
13,668
8,760
18,355
5,274
12,438
13,190
5,555
14,408
6,528
6,131
13,056
11,943
12,697
7,648
13,413
2,661
2,822
22,411
4,460
1,016
8,007
12,207
4,940
5,771
15, 952
5,783
4,159
11,205
4,279
15, 774
3,334
6,948
1,955
3,812
16,006

12,016
43,'ff75

81, Si

32,623
33,167
10,969
70,237
'18,527
H 759
26,878
7,422
19,603
19,778
9,448
23,760
10,098
li,867
21,382
12,994
20,169
11,333
25,076
4,48$

6,711

30,668

6,948
5,568
12,586
12,735
8,441

13,492
29,571
13,911
7,756
24,229
5,837
27,731
4,189
9,067

3,093
5,492
28,203

Total other reserve cities..

623,524

978,315

51,975

821,984

Total all reserve cities

533, 514

994,782

53,375

835,542

9,660
2,522
73,527
17,868
31,026

15,721
3,869
116,084
30,554
62,210

1,200
500
6,350
2,350
3,360

12,545
2,487
93,827
21,798
44,314

134,603

COUNTRY BANKS

Maine
Vermont
Massachusetts.
Rhode Island..
Connecticut....
Total New England States.
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania.
Total Eastern States.




25

218,438

13,750

174,971

43,329
85, 311
94,792

67,082
170,115
180,321

4,500
7,600
10,500

52,053
143,409
137,816

223,432

417,518

22,600

333,278

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TABLE NO. 18.—Classification of national banks, according to capital stock, December 31, 1925—Continued
[la thousands of dollars]
CAPITAL STOCK OP $500,000 BUT LESS THAN $1,000,000—Continued
Aggregate
Num- loans and
ber of discounts,
banks including
rediscounts

Cities, States, and Territories

Aggregate Aggregate
resources,
paid-in
including
capital
rediscounts
stock

Aggregate
deposits

COCNTEY BANKS—continued

7
5
8
3
2
5
1
1
3
3
3

Arkansas

31,769
26,262
46,847
14,947
14,351
103, 977
6,299
2,335
3,525
25,883
16,397
13,418
20,761

. 237, 746

409,367

25,750

326,771

1

29, 673
33,794
33,064
12,895
29,384
6,520
3,661

62,331
67,617
55,805
24,174
53,819
11,446
6,229

3,100
5,300
3,750
1,600
3,800
1,100
500

41,573
54,973
47,229
19, 790
44,469
9,013
5,168

35

148, 991

271,421

19,150

222,225

1

8,563
16,320
3,242

15,753
32,296
5,580

1,000
1,850
700

14,358
27,154
4,045

6

28,125

53,629

3,550

45,557

1

2,096

7,196

500

5,611

1

...

3,700
2,500
4,450
1,500
1,000
3.000
500
500
600
2,800
1,500
2,100
1,600

2
3

Mississippi

43,142
38,150
64,412
18,410
17,446
112,786
8,028
2,952
5,069
32,434
20,084
19,551
26,903

6
9

South Carolina .
Georgia
..
Florida

26,178
<23,219
40,465
8,308
11,517
60, 732
4,557
1,623
2, 625
17,234
10, 683
12, 400
18,199

47

West Virginia

2,096

7,196

500

5,611

1

.

Total Southern States
Ohio
Illinois

3

Minnesota
Missouri

o

„
.

Total Middle Western States
California
Nevada

...
_

_.

Total Pacific States
The Territory of Hawaii (nonmeraber banks)...
Total (nonmember banks)
Total country banks

._

155

774,993

1,377,569

85,300

1,108,413

249

Total United States

1,308, 507

2,372,351

138, 675

1,943,955

CAPITAL STOCK OF $1,000,000, BUT LESS THAN $5,000,000
CENTRAL EESERVE CITIES

New York..
Chicago

.

14
5

Total central reserve cities .

331,437
144,884

621,879
238,113

25,500
11, 350

524.786
207,188

19

476,321

859, 992

36,850

731,072

5
2
1
12
3
4
4
5
2
1
1
4
1
3
1
4
3
1
2
2
3

121, 629
39,075
15,520
299,586
69, 572
71,101
45,232
75,689
57, 447
28, 010
28,733
77, 925
7,809
30,056
8,009
54, 369
20,529
5,596
56,252
35,503
53,930

197, 516
78,594
22, 970
556, 039
116,829
148,138
89,548
115, 771
108,302
60,007
46, 974
131,864
14, 473
59, 714
14,160
101,392
35, 764
10,133
89,491
53,566
88,572

8,500
2,750
1,000
18,400
6,000
8,500
5,750
6,000
5,200
2,000
1,500
10,000
1,000
3,000
1,000
5,500
3,000
1,000
3,500
3,000
6,000

156, 594
66, 641
19,168
466,204
95,904
116, 091
72,093
92, 633
88,225
56,488
40,168
109,988
11,921
61,066
12,011
87,503
30,113
7,814
70,661
41,907
67,481

OTHEE EESEKVE CITIES

Boston
Albany..,. . . _
Brooklyn and Bronx
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Baltimore
Washington
Richmond
. . .
Atlanta
Jacksonville
Birmingham
_
Dallas
E l Paso .
Fort Worth
Oalveston
Houston .
San Antonio.. . .
Waco.....
Louisville.... .
Nashville

. .
. .
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TABLE NO. 18.—Classification of national banks, according to capital stock, December 31, 1925—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
CAPITAL STOCK OF $1,000,000 BUT LESS THAN $5,000,000—Continued
Aggregate
Num- loans and Aggregate Aggregate
paid-in
resources,
ber ol discounts, including
banks including rediscounts capital
stock

Cities, States, and Territories

Aggregate
deposits

rediscounts

OTHEB RESERVE CITIES—continued

8
1
3

62,629
30,961
45, 441
58,307
10,328
18,187
62,738
83,278
20,464
6,900
52,896
46,203
46.380
12,835
51,810
18.464
45, 422
43, 271
23,660
56,359
183,636
16, 719
49,989

114,786
55, 722
89, 016
104,971
17, 781
27,002
109, 561
116, 687
35, 072
11, 852
108, 856
82,138
93, 635
30,543
128, 717
40,207
73, 036
100, 391
36, 211
125, 018
318, 312
29, 298
103, 359

Total other reserve cities

125

2, 218, 660

Total all reserve cities

144

2, 694,981

4

2
8

Cleveland
Columbus
Indianapolis.DetroitGrand Rapids
Milwaukee
Minneapolis
St. Paul
Des Moines
Sioux City . .
Kansas Citv, Mo.
St. Louis
Omaha.
Wichita
^Denver
Oklahoma City
Tuba.
Seattle .
Spokane
Portland .
Los Angelas
Oakland
San Francisco

4, 087,991

197, 700

3,444,359

4,947,983

234,550

4,176,331

88,500
19, 553
79,406

91, 648
34,730
135,852

4,500
2,250
9,400

72,351
26,846
105,906

157,462

262, 230

16,150

205,108

5
7
3

46, 372
105, 492
26, 683

84, 741
187, 283
68,363

5,450
9,550
4,000

70,678
165,289
54,270

15

178, 547

340,387

19,000

280,237

6
1
1
2
1
1
3
2
1
3

50,689
13, 985
11,817
14,272
15,162
2,836
4,583
13, 676
4, 682
33,106

21

164, 707

311,141

23,150

241,708

3
1
1
3

24, 405
»,028
7, 374
26,046

41, 472
16, 664
16, 012
50,590

4,500
1,000
1,250
8,000

31,101
13,569
12,528
39,883

8

66,853

124, 738

11, 750

97,081

1
2

. _ _ __

85,881
44,451
70,895
88,368
15,108
21, 712
98,693
103,518
31,341
10,352
97,590
70,285
81,566
26,937
118,225
37,628
66,774
88,538
31,109
112, 224
276,341
24,831
81,420

14

_.-__

4,800
2,800
6,250
5,200
1,000
2,000
5,000
5,000
2,200
1,000
4,000
4,700
4,350
2,000
3,500
2,000
4,000
4,200
2,200
6,900
15,000
1,000
6,000

9,342
24,808

18,460
45,777

1,000
2,500

16,248
40,210

3
2
3
3
1
2
2
2
2
1
3
3
4
2
3

2
3
3
2

COUNTRY BANKS

Massachusetts
Khode Island

Connecticut
Total New England States
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Total Eastern States
Virginia __
West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina
Florida
Louisiana
Texas
Kentucky
Tennessee

...

Total Southern States...
Ohio
Indiana
Michigan

„ . . .

Minnesota
Total Middle Western States
Washington —
California
Total Pacific States




lh, 791
19,623
19,176
25.B85
26 720
9,131
50,830
24,489
6,926
52, 770

6,200
2,000
1,000
2,000
1 200
1,000
3,000
2,000
1,000
3,750

51,207
12,823
15,338
18,066
24 184
7,539
44,919
20,007
4,576
43,044

3

„ ..

34,150

64,237

3,500

56,458

61

Total country banks
Total United States

f

601,719

1,102.733

73, 550

880,587

205

3,296,700

6,050,716

308,100

5,056,918

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TABLE No. 18;—Classification of national banks, according to capital stock, Decem*
her SI, 1925—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
CAPITAL STOCK OF $5,000,000 OB MORE

Cities, States, and Territories

Aggregate
Num- loans and
ber of discounts,
banks including
rediscounts

Aggregate Aggregate
resources,
paid-in
including
capital
rediscounts
stock

Aggregate
deposits

CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES

New York..

»

2,080,830
496,119

4,446,160
799,865

157,000
.37,500

3,517,642
679,658

2,576,949

8,246,025

194,500

4,197,200

409,289
97,152
94,959
35,656
30,162
70,777
70,148
65,455
163,486
141,935

696,131
165,487
337,361
65,560
59,954
131,683
113,807
106,633
263,694
249,220

35, 000
5,000
18,500
2,800
6,000
8,000
6,000
6,500
20,000
13,500

542,250
140,832
280,912
38,137
46,189
112,507
96,245
91,365
221,200
189,176

16

1,169,019

2,179, 530

117,300

1,768,803

28

3,746,968

7,425,555

311,800

5,956,003

2,427,281
649,483

5,096,003
1,053,796

184, 750
49,950

4, 066,071

42

3,076,764

6,149, 799

234,700

4,966,037

12
3
6
3
31
14
10
13
6
3
3
2
1
8
3
6
4
10
8
5
3
4
2
5
7
3
7
1
4
23
4
4
3
8
6
4
2

647,424

919,183
93,220
63,128
18,363
882,863
538,353
201,387
155,208

45,460
3,350
2,200
960
29,855
28,550
12,100
9,427
6,300
. 5,950
3,-259
1,760
2,800
11,900
1,500
4,450
1,800
8,060
4,750
1,950
700
4,500
1,100
3,900
13,100
4,800
5,000
500
6,660
5,225
2,100
10,200
2,100
9,600
11,400
5, 700
1,600
2,700

719,133
79,047
54,776
14,943
735,868
443.672
158,489
126,154
94,516
99,194
126,723
43,972
38,137
133,732
23,476
69,289
27,563
119,700
43,971
16.771
7,354
90,264
19,778
49,901
134,425
85,881
80,727
10,096
75,677
83,346
26,526
200,875

Chicago
12

Total central reserve cities
OTHER. RESERVE CITIES

Bestotf.-i
Philadelphia-.
Eittsburgh..
New Orleans
.
Cincinnati
_.
Detroit...
Milwaukee
Minneapolis
St. Louis
gan Francisco
Total other reserve cities
Total all reserve cities.

OHAND T O T A L
CENTRAL RESERVE CITlEl

New York
Chicago
Total central reserve cities
OTHER RESERVE CITIES

Boston
Albany
Brooklyn and Bronx
Buffalo
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Baltimore
Washington
Bichmond
_.
Atlanta
Jacksonville
Birmingham _. _..
New Orleans
Dallas.
El Paso
Fort Worth
Oalveston..:.
Houston
San Antonio
Waco
Little Bock
Louisville
:
Memphis
Nashville
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Toledo
Indianapolis
Chicago
Peoria
;
Detroit
:
Grand Bapids
Milwaukee
Minneapolis
St. Paul
Cedar Kapids
.
Des Moines

„

:




...

a

45,566
35,630
9,683
496,320
209,066
102,714
83,377
77,194
65,686
62,559
30,863
35,666
94,330
13,697
41,195
17,991
30,269
12,297
6,352
68,690
13,190
42,878

94,463
62, 629
64, 576
6,528
48,651
37,686
16,310
129,084
23,526
102, 012

127,191
61,833
13,413
23,165

119,631
134, 578
51,503
55,560
159,448
28,883
80,640

31,790
139,217
64,207

21,339
9,443
113,143
22,554
63,364
173, 777
114, 786
99,422
14,376
94,643
94,722
34,865
236,054
39,871
168,757
233,416
134,817
28,100
41,540

32,683

139,897
204,742
120,452
25,07B
35,829

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167

TABLE N O . 18.—Classification of national banks, according to capital stock, Decent'
ber SI, 1926— Continued
fin thousands of dollars]
GBAND TOTAL—Continued
Aggregate
Num- loans and
ber of discounts,
banks including
rediscounts

Cities, States, and Territories

Aggregate Aggregate
resources,
paid-in
including
capital
rediscounts
stock

Aggregate
deposits

OTHER RESERVE CITIES—continued
4,782
16,744

Dubuque
Sioux City
Kansas City, Mo
St. Joseph
St. Louis
Lincoln
Omaha
Kansas City, Kans
Topeka
Wichita
Helena
Denver
Pueblo
Muskogee
Oklahoma City
Tulsa
Seattle
Spokane
Portland
Los Angeles
Oakland
San Francisco
Ogden
Salt Lake City

28,046
60,235
192,029
18,674
191,924
8,737
20,235

11,951
33,239
159, 705
29,630
367, 323
27,913
117, 051
13,971
22, 213
33,588
9,015
162,086
18,163
13,524
80,730
88, 789
139,406
44,721
134,005
331,571
33,030
352, 579
9,766
39,544

700
2,050
6,800
1,100
26,350
1,725
6,150
800
1,400
2,400
450
4,800
600
750
4,600
4,950
6,200
2,900
7,600
16,650
1,500
19,500
750
1,900

368

4,217, 800

7,856,387

399,232

410

7, 294, 564 14, 006,186

633,932

11,511,453

18,109
214, 641
15,693
61,826
6,709

-

-

14,143
4,286
68,965
6,671
6,381
34,631
54, 735

-—
.

Total other reserve cities
Total all reserve cities

10,456
29,316
142,419
26,625
309,639
23,518
100,550
11,690
19,620
29,435
7,989
149,633
15,768
11,718
74,313
81,149
123,305
37,855
120,136
287,270
27,924
270,596
8,087
34,870
6, 545,416

COUNTRY BANKS

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

-

Total Southern States

18005°—27




12

143,931
79,168
65, 415
540,031
86,519
292,774

7,370
5,240
5,110
28,593
6,320
20,202

118,676
59,125
49,438
437,708
63,933
230,463

381

650, 510

1,207,838

72,835

959,343

516,824
460, 852
771,252
11,384
57,234

1,086,612
913,485
1,631, 428
24,606
110, 281

53,286
42, 570
86,618
1,735
5,239

905, 776
765,89J
1,274,152
18,063
90,540

1,817,546

3,766, 412

189,448

3,054,42*

175
124
82
75
82
66
101
37
32
612
84
135
99

Total New England States
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland

66,943
38,534
33, 076
303,092
47,991
160,874

1,685

.

54
46
143
17
63

495
275

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut

208,648
132,603
131,470
82,069
61,148
137, 707
74,610
49,790
56,015
56,812
109,448
103,448

312,491
206,134
203,030
140,908
97,942
269,594
140,767
92,608
89.561
506,600
102,683
172,875
164,406

24,079
13,461
14,270
11,183
9,425
8,634
11,370
5,410
6,375
47,422
7,238
14,096
12,774

228,410
154,659
155,433
109,84$
72,443
246,679
110,311
79,019
75,503
397,933
85,662
129,053

1,484,606

2,499,599

185,737

1,973,828

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TABLE NO. 18.—Classification of national banks, according to capital stock, December SI, 1985—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
G R A N D TOTAL—Continued
Aggregate
Num- loans and
discounts,
ber of
banks including
rediscounts

Cities, States, and Territories

Aggregate Aggregate
resources,
paid-in
including
capital
rediscounts
stock

Aggregate
deposits

COUNTKY BANKS—continued

335
241
467
121
151
298
317
110

294,910
180,614
298,914
137, 587
146,297
151,695
168,421
54,031

544,930
336, 314
569, 382
277,373
275,722
298,815
278,366
100,397

39,015
25,5131
37,448
15,160
17,630
19, 749
19,530
7,8*3

418,671
265,240
455,965
232,504
230,223
251 986
223,328
80,373

2,040

1,432,4©

2,681,299

181,888

2,158,290

160
110
156
248
78
32
123
31
363

52,839
43,755
66,848
100,265
37,042
22,965
50,789
14,158
102,442

110,026
85,135
106,678
181,630
80,012
46,191
101,207
30,526
234, 556

6,480
4,975
8,315
13, 573
5,070
2,700
6,615
2,085
16,420

95,154:
72,901
81,634
148,318
69,384
39,543
83,779
25,934
204,567

_

1,301

491,103

976,961

66,233

821,191

. .

100
92
248
56
14
10
17

65,611
45,985
187, 487
31,119
6, 274
10,068
13,911

135, 844
88,314
359,083
60,713
10, 579
18,998
28,624

8,965
6,495
25,373
3,760
800
1,385
1, 450

117,230
73,072
299,766
52,266
8,741
15,573
24, 778

S37

360,456

702,155

48,228,

591,426

4
2
6

1,228
2,797

3,571
9,391

200
600

3,145
7,553

4,025

12,962

800

10,698

Total country banks..

7,644

6,240,714

11,846,226

745,169

9, 569,207

Total United States

8,054

13, 535,278

25,862,412

1,379,101

21,080,660

Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan

-

.

Missouri
Total Middle Western States
North Dakota.
South D a k o t a . . .
Nebraska

.

_

.

Colorado

.

-

Oklahoma
Total Western States
Washington.
Oregon
California
Idaho
Utah

.

.
•

.

.

.

_

Arizona
Total Pacific States
The Territory of Hawaii (nonmember banks).._
Total (nonmember banks)




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169

TABLE N O . 19.— United States bonds on deposit to secure circulating notes of
national banks in years ended October SI, from 1900 to 1926
Uuited States bonds held as security for circulation
NumYear ber of
banks 2 per cent consols
of 1980

1900.. 3,871
1901.. 4,221
1902.. 4,601
1903.. 5,147
1904.

5,495

1905.. 5,868

1906.. 6,225
1907.. 6,620

4 per cent bonds

$1, 019, 950 if Consols of 1907,
$33,544,100
Consols of 1930, II
270,006, 600 I L o a n Of 1895,
I
7,503,350
12, 500 (Consols of 1907,
I
6, 032,000
Coasols of 1930,
316,625, 650 I L o a n of 1895,
t
2,911,100
[Consols of 1907,
I
8, 248,450
320, 738, 008
I L o a n of 1895,
I
2, 208,600
Consols of 1907,
2.979,200
376,003,300
L o a n s of 1895,
1,410,100
Consols of 1907,
5,857,500
416,972,750
L o a n of 1895,
1, 791,600
Consols of 1907,
4,050,350
483,181,900
L o a n of 1895,
4,4G5,000
Consols of 1907,
25,124,650
492,170, 650
L o a n of 1895,
4,602,100
632, 543, 550 / L o a n of 1895,
\
10,732,900

{

3 per cent bonds

5 per cent bonds

L o a n of 1898, 3
• per eent,
$7,756,580

L o a n of 1904, 5 !

268,900

329,833,930

6,056,720

1,100,900

338,352,670

1,797,680

718,650

382,726,830

1,922,940

426,544,790

2,216,640

493,912, 790

3, 273, 700

[2 per cent Panama Canal,
i 539, 653,180
;
14,482.080

6,490,080

654,700, 700

14,960,450

10,468, 520

1909-

7,025

573,328,450

4 p e r c e n t loan of
1925.
15,463,050

19101911..
1912..
1913..
1914..
1915.
1916.
1917.
1918.
1919.
1920.
1921.
1922.
1923..
1924.
1925..
1926..

7,218
7,331
7,428
7,514
7,678
7,632
7,608
7,671
7,765
7,900
8,157
8,179
8,262
8,264

680,145, 409
693,006, 600
601,762, 600
604, 264, 950
600, 622, 300
600,678, 600
667,690,250
555, 514, 950
561,848,600
565,094, 959
570, 372, 500
676, 522, 950
681,493, 950
586, S01,809
689, 086, 209
591,792,150
591,139,900

3 p e r c e n t 19081918,
14,575,560
15,337, 540
18,199,380
20, 419, 220
22,245,100
21,447,180
20,377, 720
15,984, 680
17, 715, 220
32, 240

8,118
8,008




percent,
! }-$3Cl, 123,580
$1,293,000 |

3,983,780

1908.. 6,873

21,022,650
22,854,300
26,817,000
35, 302, 700
34,699,300
32,304, 800
26,214, 400
34, 743, 900
50,240, 800
58,055, 050
68, 578, 000
77,257, 400
82, 509, 900
85,823,150
76,687,050

Total

17,245,380
38,558,680
13,936,600
Certificates of indebtedness 3
. per eent.
2 per eent 1936
and 1938, Panama Canal,
76,178,680
78,420,480
80,110,040
81,258,460
81,701, 240
81,971,820
81, 614, 420
78,068, 660
71,466,140
72,324, 800
72,672, 060
73,116, 000
73, 732,140
73, 656, 840
73,937,380
74,089,640
74,392,980
74,352,980

667,011,910
632,624,850

679,545, 740
694,926,070
714,170,320
730,257, 280
743, 513,990
744, 740, 600
734,975, 540
687,957,990
679, 440, 210
684,446,440
695, 822, 060
712,066, 600
727,512,490
737, 660, 690
746, 562, 330
739, 842, 890
666,185,130
665,492,880

TABLE NO. 20.— Profit on national bank circulation, based upon a deposit of $100,000 United States consols of 19S0 and Panama Canal

bonds, at the average net price, monthly, during the year ended October SI, 1926
CONSOLS O F 1930
Receipts

Date

November.
December
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October

1926
-.

Cost of
bonds

Circulation obtainable

Profit on circulation in
excess of 6 per cent on
the investment

Deductions

Interest
on circulation
Interest
Gross
less 5
on bonds per cent receipts
redemption fund

Tax

Expenses Sinking
fund

Net
receipts
Total

Interest on
cost of
bonds at 6
percent

Amount

Per cent

$102,609
102,590

$100,000
100,000

$2,000
2,000

$6,700
6,700

$7,700
7,700

$500
500

$62.50
62.50

$525.94
533.62

$1,088.44
1,096.12

$6,611.56
6,603.88

$6,156.54
6,155.40

$455.02
448.48

a 443
.437

102,818
102,977
102,722
102,695
102,505
102,399
102,470
102, 375
102,255
102,115

100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000

2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000

5,700
5,700
5,700
5,700
5,700
5,700
5,700
5,700
5,700
5,700

7,700
7,700
7,700
7,700
7,700
7,700
7,700
7,700
7,700
7,700

500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500

62. 50
62.50
62.50
62.50
62.50
62.50
62.50
62 50
62.50
62.50

593. 62
641.44
600.14
608.26
579.03
568.17
591. 39
576.20
554.87

1,156.12
1,203.94
1,162. 64
1,170. 76
1,141. 53
1,130. 67
1,162. 18
1,153. 89
1,138. 70
1,117. 37

6,543.88
6,496.06
6,537. 36
6,529. 24
6,558. 47
6,569. 33
6,537.82
6,546.11
6,561.30
6,582.63

6,169.08
6,178. 62
6,223. 32
6,161. 70
6,150. 30
6,143. 94
6,148. 20
6,142. 50
6,135. 30
6,126. 90

374.80
317.44
314.04
367.54
408.17
425. 39
389. 62
403.61
426.00
455.73

.368
.308
.306
.358
.398
.415
.380
.394
.417
.446

$626.12
641.34

$7,073.88
7,058.66

$6,056.76
6,069.60

$1,017.12
989.06

1.008
.978

647.68
660.74
642.43
655.43
646.19
659.07
647.16
629.50
651.54

7,052.32
7,039.26
7,057.57
7,044.57
7,053.81
7,040. 93
7,052. 84
7,070. 50
7,048.46
7,061.71

6,074.40
6,084.90
6,068. 34
6.078. 60
6,070.02
6.079. 92
6,069.30
6,054. 24
6,067. 08
6,060.00

977.92
954.36
989,23
965.97
983.79
961.01
983.54
1,016.26
981.38
1,001.71

.941
.978
.953
.972
.948
.972
1.007
.970

1926

PANAMA TWOS, 1916-1936
November
December
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October

1925
$100,946
101,160
1926




$100,000
100,000

$2,000
2,000

$5,700
5,700

$7,700
7,700

$500
500

$62.50
62.50

78.84

101,240
101,415
101,139
101,310
101,167
101,332
101,155
100,904
101,188
101,000

100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000

2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000

5,700
6,700
5,700
5,700
5,700
5,700
5,700
5,700
5,700
5,700

7,700
7,700
7,700
7,700
7,700
7,700
7,700
7,700
7,700
7,700

500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
600
500

62.50
62.50
62.50
62.50
62.50
62.50
62. 50
62.50
62.50
62.50

85.18
98.24
79.93
92.93
83.69
96.57
84.66
67.00
89.04
75.79

171

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE N O . 21.—Investment value of United States bonds—Panama Canal bonds,
and 2's of 1930
Panama Canal bonds,
2's of 1916-1936
Date

January..
April
July
October

Average
price, net

1926
•_..

101. 2400
101.3100
101.1550
101. 0000

2 per cent bonds of
1930

Rate of interest realized by investors

Rate of interest realized by investors

Average
price, net

Per cent
1.871
1.860
1.874
1.882

102.8175
102. 6950
102.4700
102.1150

Per cent
1.310
1.301
1.316
1.373

TABLE N O . 22.—United States bonds—Monthly range of prices in New
November, 1925, to October, 1926, inclusive
Date

November:
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing •.
December:
Opening..
Highest
Lowest
Closing

Registered bonds

Coupon
bonds,
2's of 1930

2's of 1930

Panama 2's
of 1916-1936

1925

January:
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing
February:
Opening
HighestLowest
Closing-.
March:
ac
Oi
Opening
pg
H ighest
ight
Lowest
Closing...
April:
©pening
HighestLowest
Closing
May:
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing
June:
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing
July:
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing
August:
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing
September:
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing...
October:
Opening
.—

York,

1926

Lowest-.
Closing.




Not quoted.
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do.
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102%@102K

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TABLE NO, 23.—Number, capital stock, and circulation outstanding of national banks in each State issuing and not issuing circulating notes
December 81, 1924. and 1925
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,1924

Dec. 31,1925

g
y

States

Banks issuing circulation
Number
of banks

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut

. ..

Total New England States.
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia

....

r

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

_

Total Southern States




Capital

Banks not issuing
circulation

Circulation Number
outstanding of banks

58
54
46
143
17
57

7,370
5,240
5,060
35, 917
6,320
17, 707

5,828
4,845
4,345
23,016
4,691
11, 971

5

375

77, 614

54, 606

19

490
205
834
18
83
11

194,694
33,007
125,904
1,735
16,554
6,327

79, 644
20,740
94,442
1 131
9,432
5,097

1,641

378, 221

165
116
77
62
83
47
96
29
26
468
65

Capital

.Banks issuing circulation
Number
of banks

Capital

Banks not issuing
circulation

Circulation Number
outstanding of banks

{^
i-j

Capital

2,330

56
52
46
129
17
54

7,120
5,040
5,110
32,068
6,320
15,832

5,614
4,635
4,311
19,494
5,185
9,771

9

4,370

3

34, 480

354

71,490

49,010

39

46,795

g>

43
48
34

32, 475
5,973
16, 035

64,975
21,058
82,088
1,129
9,574
4,438

42,181

t"1

3,000

202, 355
34,147
123,409
1,735
16,687
6,227

73
75
44

1
2

465
200
824
18
82
10

2
3

3,200

^

210, 486

128

57,883

1,599

384, 560

183, 262

197

76,070

[jj

21,075
10,584
9,589
7,227
9,666
5,859
10,305
2,929
4,170
42,118
4,100
16,389
13,183

17
8
7
17
10
8

2,083

101
22
2
6

11,192
1,995

24, 524
12,876
13,580
8, 775
13,0&1)
10,090
11,235
4,135
8,850
61,202
5,410
18,296
17, 289

20, 323
10, 273
9,492
6,741
7,878
5,413
9,231
2,995
4,236
39,884
3,768
16,191
13,197

207
25
6
fl

5,855
685
690
2,408
2,290
1,794
1,885
1,276
325
20,620
2,528

£)
G
£
»
H
&j
O
H

75
510

162
114
^4
54
73
47
95
30
26
449
62
133
101

19
10
8
21
12
12
8

136
100

27,909
12,891
12,880
9,625
14,850
8,890
12,445
3,910
8,550
62,935
5,935
18,421
16,739

1,470

215,980

157,174

221

23,878

1,420

209, 347

" 149,622

347

14

8
7
7

32,150

400

535
715

- 1,905
1,340
1,300
625

1,275
325

2
2
26

7
7

250

200
i...
41,975

8,423

o
o
g

g

21,614

W

652

2

300
485

41,040

H

Ohio
Indiana
Illinois-.
Michigan
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Iowa
Missouri

344
238
464
114
141
300
325
118

_

Total United States




16,181
18,750
18,596

14
9
35
8
15
30
19
13

1,080
1, 545
21,185
2,485
2,545
4,800
1,940
2,255

336
232
451
113
137
275
299
112

61,060
29, 793
45, 658
22, 575
23, 855
32, 299
22,900
36, 563

41,026
24, 662
31,163
13, 975
14,839
14,377
17, 042
16, 822

13
53
15
22
33
30
23

307, 799

189,900

143

37, 835

1, 955

274, 703

173, 896

206

5,860
4,680
13,1S5
13,118
4,590
2,515
10, 660
1, 535
18, 820

4,468
3,512
8,552
10,380
2,932
1,831
5,880
1,335
9,590

22
18
13
51
39
5
28
12
151

730
550
3,225
4, 515
1,395
160
2,405
775
9,025

131
83
154
202
43
26
93
20
227

5, 225
3, 945
12,885
12,868
4,125
2,140
7,860
1, 550
16, 215

3,918
2,764
8,280
9,923
2,346
1, 715
4,721
1,364
8, 313

29
27
15
57
37
38
11
152

10, 505

1,073

_

Total Pacific States
Alaska (nonmember banks)
The Territory ot Hawaii (nonmember banks)
Total (nonmember banks)_,

45,841
27,300
33, 873
13,978
15,381

143
96
160
206
52
27
112
21
256

_

Total Middle Western States
North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas.
_
Montana..
_
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Total Western States
Washington
Oregon.
_
California
Idaho
Utah..
Nevada
Arizona

61,205
30,328
71,330
22, 875
24, 270
33, 643
24,690
39, 458

2,044

„

74, 073

48,480

339

22,780

979

66,813

43, 344

372

28,045

O

77
78
211
47
20
10
14

14.645
11,940
53,987
3,545
3,450
1,435
1,275

9,323
3,751

32, 533
2,679
3,176
1,218
917

34
20
52
20
1
1
6

2, 545
1,280
7,044
1,000
100
25
325

75
72
193
37
16
9
12

15,245
10, 355
5-4, 088
2,840
2,500
1,360
875

9, 535
3,204
29,951
2,141
2, 239
1,183
564

37
26
74
19
4
1
5

2,820
3,740
8,935
920
950

>r
H
W
O
£

457

90,277

53, 597

133

12, 319

414

87,263

48, 817

166

17, S65

o

2
1

100
500

61
450

2
1

100
100

2
1

100
500

60
450

2
1

100
100

H

3

600

511

3

200

3

600

510

3

200

3

7,063

1,146, 464

714,844

986

189, 372

6,724

1, 094, 770

648, 461

1,330

284,325

O

17

1,355
2,370
49,065
4,885
3,375
4,550
3,080
5,530

W

74.210 J5
1,255 §
1,030
3,305

o

5,305
1, 395
560

l=
-

4,155
535

H
tj
r

25

575

^

X

£

fc

S

1

174

HEPOHT OF THE COMPTKOLLEB OF THE CTJBBENCY

TABLE N O . 24.—Number, capital stock, and circulation outstanding of national
banks in each Federal reserve district issuing and not issuing circulating notes,
December 81, 1924 and 1926
[In thousands of dollars)
Dec. 31,1924
Federal reserve districts

District No. 1:
Banks not issuing circulation
Banks issuing circulation
Total
District No. 2:
Banks not issuing circulation
Banks issuing circulation
Total
District No. 3:
Banks not issuing circulation
Banks issuing circulation
Total
District No. 4:
Banks not issuing circulation
Banks issuing circulation
Total
District No. 6:
Banks not issuing circulation
Banks issuing circulation
Total
District No. 6:
Banks not issuing circulation
Banks issuing circulation
Total
District No. 7:
Banks not issuing circulation
Banks issuing circulation
Total
District No. 8:
Banks not issuing circulation
Banks issuing circulation
Total
District No. 9:
Banks not issuing circulation
Banks issuing circulation
Total
District No. 10:
Banks not issuing circulation
Banks issuing circulation....
Total
District No. 11:
Banks not issuing circulation
Banks issuing circulation
Total
District No. 12:
Banks not issuing circulation
Banks issuing circulation
Total




Number of
banks

Capital

Dec. 31,1925

Circulating notes Number of
outstand- banks
ing

Capital

Circus
ing notes
outstanding

17
366

33,330
75,231

52,444

38
344

45,795
68,957

46,808

383

108,561

52,444

S82

114,752

46,808

78
633

39,099
220,984

96,453

128
606

50,829
229,910

82,057

711

260,083

96,453

734

2«0,739

82,057

44
622

lfi, 234
82,324

57,914

57
614

18,484
83,104

55,281

666

98,558

67,914

671

101,588

55,281

20
732
752

1,405
126,160

98,881

27
720

5,335
122,790

84,655

127,565

98,881

747

128,125

84,655

52
603

8,638
84,616

61,374

13,390
80,999

59,219

555

93,154

61,374

63
485
548

94,389

59,219

39
343

4,750
58,410

42,610

46
333

7,354
57,460

39,458

382

63,160

42, 610

379

64,814

39,458

66
989

28,395
150,908

90,285

101
950

60,220
123,316

83,647

1,065

179,303

90,285

1,051

183,536

83,647

45
447

3,880
66,043

42,492

63
435

6,978
65,073

40,271

492

69,923

42,492

498

71,051

40,271

118
667
785

7,825
55,618

32,744

141
603

9,130
51,929

28,850

63,443

32,744

744

61,059

28,850

244
789
1,033

20,806
66,123

40,534

27,995
56,723

35,952

86,928

40,634

267
727
994

84,718

35,952

128
517

12,592
68,645

45,279

231
494

21,760
66,927

43,107

645

81,237

45,279

725

88,677

43,107

132
452
684

12,219
89,902

63,323

165
410

17,865
86,988

48,646

102,121

53,323

575

104,853

48,646

175

BEPOBT OF THE GOMPTEOLLEK OF THE CXJBEENOY

TABLE N O . 24.—Number, capital stock, and circulation outstanding of national
banks in each Federal reserve district issuing and not issuing circulating notes,
December 31, 1924 and 1925— Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,1924
Federal reserve districts

Nonmember national banks (Alaska and
The Territory of Hawaii):
Banks not issuing circulation
Banks issuing circulation
Total
Total United States, all national banks:
Banks not issuing circulation
Banks issuing circulation
Total




Number of
banks

Capital

Dec. 31, 1925

Circulating notes Number of
outstand- banks
ing

Capital

Circulating notes
outstanding

B
3

200
600

511

3
3

200
600

510

6

800

511

6

800

510

986
7,063

189,372
1,145,464

714,844

1,330
6,724

284,325
1,094,776

648,461

8,049

1,334, 836

714,844

8,054

1,379,101

648,461

TABLE NO. 25.—National-bank notes issued, redeemed, and outstanding, by denominations and amounts, on October 81, each year 1014 to 1986
[For prior years see annual report 19201
Ones

Year

1914...
1916....
1916....
1917....
1918....
1919....
1820....
1921....
1922....
1923.-..
1924....
1925.,..
1920....

Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued.
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
Redeamed-.
Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued...
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued..
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding

$23,169, 677
22,828,918
342, 759
23,109, 677
22,827,374
342,303
23,169, 677
22, 827, 640
342.137
23,169,677
22,827,605
342,072
23,169. 677
22,827, 605
342,072
23,169,677
_. 22,827, 605
342,072
23,169,677
__ 22.827, 771
341,906
23,169,677
. . - 22,827,833
341,844
_. 23,169,677
22,827,833
341, 844
23,169, 677
22,827,833
341,844
23,169,677
22.828, 230
341,447
23,169, 677
22, 828, 230
341. 447
23,169, 077
-- 22,828, 230
341, 447

Twos

Fives

Twenties

Fifties

One
hundreds

One thouFive
hundreds
sands

$1, 878, 699.460 $2,895, 206,210 $1,699, 697,920 $268, 555,450 $403,231,450 $11,947,000 $7,379,000
1,664, 207,600 2,418, 848, 790 1,402, 446, 080 200,356,100 337,694,300 11,860, 500 7,357,000
214, 491, 860 476,357,420
297, 251,840 68,199, 350 65, 537,150
86,500
22,000
1,953, 573,660 3,068. 708,690 1,800, 204,940 278,464,450 411, 536, 200 12,289, 500 7, 4.54. 000
1,827,511,370 2,732,775,070 1, 555. 221, 880 247, 251, 800 369,129, 900 12,201, 000 7.432, 000
126, 062,290
335, 933,620
244, 983.060 31,212, 650 42,406,300
88,600
22.000
2,031, 826, 880 3.235.914,290 1,895, 074,220 287, 566,300 418, 407,000 12,289, 500 7, 454, 000
1,919,643,440 2,926, 062, 500 1, 657, 346,840 257,870,000 381. 368, 900 12,201, 500 7, 432, 000
237,727,380
22.000
112,183,440
309,851.790
29,698,300 37.038,100
88, 000
2,108,123,060 3,385,973,520 1,980, 572,240 295, 58», 900 4241100,400 12,289, 500 7, 454,000
1,998, 613,640 3,086,402,180 1,738, 203,0S0 265, 712,200 389, 040, 200 12,201, 500 7.433, 000
109, 509,420
299,571,340
242, 369,160 29,877, 700 35,080, 200
88,000
21,000
2,180, 457,660 3,499, 038,440 2,046,661,760 300, 579, 200 427. 777, 200 12,289, 500 7,454,000
2, 062, 530,045 3,208,165,630 1,798,100,720 270, 694, 800 393, 559, 600 12,201, 600 7,433, 000
117,927,615
290, 872,810
248, 561,040 29,884,400 34, 217, 700
88,000
21,000
163, 392
15,495, 038 2,277,156,200 3,652, 918,890 2,134, 771,820 311,156,350 435, 249,100 12,289,500 7,454,000
15,331,640 2,134. 883,895 3,370, 458,290 1,900,338,700 280, 299, 900 402, 042, 300 12.201, 500 7,433, 000
88,000
21,000
142, 272,305
234, 433,120 30,856, 450 33, 206, 800
163, 392
282, 460,600
15,495, 038 2,383, 521,060 3,863,905,000 2,256, 235, 520 321,370, 450 442, 207,100 12,289,500 7,454, 000
15,331,750 2, 257, 861,600 3,558,475,410 2,012,790,440 291. 508, 450 411,724,400 12,202,000 7,433, 000
21,000
125, 659,460
305, 429,590
243, 445,080 29.862,000 30, 542, 700
87, 500
163, 288
15,495, 038 2,530, 964, 740 4,141, 546,970 2,415, 643, 670 332,564,950 449,880, 500 12,289,500 7,454, 000
15, 331, 848 2,399,196.590 3,826, 073,620 2,173, 273,160 304,103,200 421,019,300 12,202,000 7,433,000
87, 500 .. 21, 000
131, 708.150
242, 370, 510 28,461,750 28,801,200
163,180
315,473,350
15,495,038 2,685,116,700 4,395,016,970 2, 561, 245,350 342, 216,050 456,449,900 12,289, 500 7,454,000
15,331,848 2,544, 935,255 4,072, 078,350 2, 312, 253, 700 315,487,700 429, 753,200 12,202,000 7,433, 000
87,500
21,000
163,190
140,181,445
322, 938, 620 248, 991, 660 26, 728, 350 26,696,700
15,495, 038 2,839, 923,800 4,647, 494,460 2, 705, 631, 630 353,112,650 463,738, 500 12,289, 500 7,454, 000
15.331, 848 2,692,170,185 4,323, 779,650 2,456,824,520 325,072,850 436, 442, 500 12,202,000 7,433, 000
21,000
163,190
147, 753, 615 323, 714,810
248, 807,110 28,039, 800 27, 296, 000
87,500
15,495,038 2,986,182,620 4,894,019,390 2,847, 074,790 362,802, 750 470,320, 400 12,289, 500 7,454, 000
15,332,144 2,836, 525,360 4, 568, 745,090 2,599,117,260 335,219,000 443, 579,000 12.202, 000 7,433,000
87, 500
21,000
162, 894
149, 657,260
247, 957, 530 27, 583, 750 26,741,400
325, 274,300
15,495, 038 3,116,207,920 5,114, 836, 580 2,975,540,250 370, 484, 550 475, 441,600 12,289, 500 7,454, 000
15.332, 144 2,982,116,315 4,815,862,380 2,743,128,860 345,017, 800 450,464,100 12,202,000 7,433,000
21,000
87,500
• 162, 894 134. 091,605
298, 974, 200 232,411,390 25,466, 750 24,987, 500
15, 495, 038 3,257,207.400 5,340,485,100 3,105,239, 610 378,354, 750 480, 688, 400 12, 289, 500 7,454, 000
457, 5S6, 000 12,202,000 7,433, 000
15,332,144 3,116,801,545 5,049, 077, 890 2,880, 562, 880 354, 890, 850
21,000
87,500
il62,894
140,405,855
224, 676, 730 23, 463, 900 23,102,400
291,407,210

$15,495, 038
15,331,256
163, 782
15,495,038
15,331,486
163, 552
15,495, 038
15,331,570
163, 468
15,495, 038
15,331,646
163, 392
15,495, 038
15,331, 646

NOTE 1.—First issue Dee. 21,1863; first redemption Apr. 6,1865.




Tens

NOTE 2.—Gold notes included since 1915.

Total

$7, 203,381, 205
0, OSO, 928, 644
1,122, 452, 661
7, 570, 896,155
0, 789, 681, 880
781, 214, 275
7,927,196,905
7,200.084, 290
727.112, 616
8,252; 767,335
7,535,765,051
717,002,284
8, 512,922,475
7, 790.844,440
722,078, 029
8,869,660, 575
8,145,816, 836
723,843, 739
9,325,707, 345
8, 590,154, 821
735, 552, 524
9,929,009, 045
9,181, 460, 551
747, 548, 494
10,498,463,185
9,732,302, 886
766,150, 299
11,068,309,255
10, 292, 084,386
776, 224, 869
11,618,808,165
10,840, 981, 084
777,827, 081
12,110,919,115
11,394,374,829
716,544,286
12,620,383,475
11,916,714,639
703,668,936

Issued during current
year
$818,227,830
364, 049,710
358,"300,"750
'S25,~576*430

356, 738,100
456,"646,"770
603, 301,700
'569,~444,l40
569,856,070

'55d,"498,~9i6
'492,"Ii6r950

NOTE 3.—Fractions and nonassorted notes not included.

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TABLE NO. 26.—National-bank currency issued to banks monthly from November
1, 1926, to October 31, 1926, and since 1868
Issued on
account of
redemptions

Total issued

Grand total
issued since
1863

1923

November
December
January
February
Mareh
April
May
Jane
Jnly.
August
September
October

Issued on
bonds

$34,416,120
36,843,010

$1,425,140
1, 751,100

$35,841,260
38, 594,110

$12,146, 760, 375
12,185,354,485

46,2.51,180
41, 085, 270
41, 819, 200
33,988, 960
40,836, 070
41,160, 620
41, 438, 210
36, 646, 480
42,170,180
44, 633, 370

3,102,080
2, 710,370
2,134, 680
1, 30S, 600
1, 937, 070
1,909, 610
2,104, 200
1,475, 590
1, 523, 000
1, 794, 250

49, 353,260
43, 795, 640
43,953,880
40, 297, 560
42,773,140
43,070,230
43, 542, 410
38,122, 070
43, 693,180
46,427, 620

12,234,707,745
12,278, 503,385
12, 322, 457, 265
12,362, 754, 825
12,405, 527,965
12,448,598,195
12,492,140, 605
12,530, 262, 675
12, 573,955,855
12, 620, 383,475

486,288, 670

23,175, 690

509, 4S4, 360

1920
_

Total

TABLE N O . 27.—National-bank notes received monthly for redemption during year
ended October 81, 1926 l
Received by the Comptroller of the Currency

From national From the redemption agency
banks in connection with
reduction of
For replacecirculation
Retirement
ment with
and replaceaccount
new notes
ment with
new notes

Month

Total

1925
November
December

-

4,680
41,900

34,389, 780
40, 667,877

4,499,150
4,103, 250

38,893,560
44,813,127

1,100
2,900
6,650
2,220
2,400
3,060
8,850
50, 760
20,820
5,650

_

43,416,173
40,800, 582
42,407, 760
38,765, 787
41,034,451
41,333,447
41,633, 030
38, 510, 690
41,355,640
43,001,183

4,143,102
3,037, 750
2,615,400
2,548,663
2,544,807
2, 439, 650
2, 420, 800
2,180,350
2,111,900
2,440,520

47,560,375
43,841, 232
45,029,810
41,316,610
43,581,658
43, 776,147
44,062,680
40, 741,800
43,488,160
45, 447,353

1926
January
February
March

Ajffil
May
June
July
August
September
October

_
_
_

Total-Eeeeived from June 20,1874, to Oct. 31,
1925
Grand total-

-

150,730

487,316,500

35,085,342

522,552, 572

58,444,000

9,523,190,658

1,652,272,765

11,233,907,424

58,594,730

10, 010,507,158

1,687,358,107

11,756. 459,996

i Notes of gold banks not included in this table.




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TABLE N O . 28.—National-bank notes received at currency bureau and destroyed
yearly since establishment of the system
Date

Amount

Prior to Nov. 1,1865
During the year ended Oct. 31—
1866
1867
1868
1869
1870
3871
1872 .
1873
1874
1875
1876
1877
1878
1879
1880
1881
1882.
1883
1884
1885
1886
1887
1888
1889. .
1890
1891
. .
1892
1893
1894
. .
1895. . . :
1896
1897
1898

$175,490
1,050,382
3,401,423
4,602, 825
8,603, 729
14,305,689
24,344,047
30, 211, 720
36,433,171
49,939,741
137,697,696
98,672,716
76,918,963
57,381,249
41,101,830
35,539,660
54,941,130
74,917,611
82,913,766
93,178,418
91,048,723
59,989,810
47,726,083
59, 668, 525
52,207, 627
44,447,467
45,981,963
43,885 319
44,895,466
62,835, 396
46, 997, 527
53,613,811
83,159,973
66,683,46V

Date

Amount

During theyearended Oct. 31—Con.
1899
$59,988,303
71,065,968.
1900
1901
90,848,100
107,222,495
1902
140,306,990
1903
. . .
167,118,135
1904
195,194,785
1905
191,102,985
1906
—.
197,932,847
1907
231,128,140
1908
348,159,995
1909
359,496,000
1910
. . .
1911
. 409,835,965
428,399,608
19)2
426,282,840
1913
435,904,280
1914
362,551,125
1915
351,717,477
1916
298,468,107
1917 .
238,184,520
1918
330,106,555
1919
424,642,837
1920
570,887,902
1921
537,153,570
1922
542.194,707
1823
522, 241,817
1924
470,146,975
1925
487,264,340
1926
Additional amount ofinsolvent and
liquidating national-bank notes
destroyed
1,698,076,434
Gold notes
.
3,390, 560
11,916,945,677

Grand total

In addition $46,115 destroyed in transit.

TABLE N O . 29.—National-bank notes issued during each year 1914 to 1926, national-bank notes of active, insolvent, and liquidated banks destroyed, total destructions for each year, and percentage of destructions to issues
[For prior years, see annual report 1920)
Destroyed
Ye ar ended
Oct. 31—

1914
1915
1916
1917
1918
1919
1920
1921
1922
1923-.
1924-.
1925
1926

Insolvent
Active banks and liquidated banks

. . . . $818,227,830 $435,904,280
364,049,710 362,551,125
356,300,750 351,374,597
325,570,430 298,468,107
260,155,140 236,296,660
356,738,100 330,106,555
456,046, 770 424,542,837
603,301, 700 670,887, 902
569, 444,140 637,153,570
569, 856,070 542,194, 707
550, 498, 910 622,241,817
492,110,950 470, 950, 865
509,464,360 487,254,340




Total

Total outstanding

$20,246,418 $456,150,698 $1,121,468,911
342, 807, 352 705,358,657
781,268,793
59, 026, 804 410,401,401
726,069,290
38,901, 595 337,369, 702
716,276,375
20,238,717 256, 535,377
721,471,137
24,864, 635 354,971,190
722, 394, 325
19,794, 540 444,337,377
732,549,629
20,417, 025 591,304,927
743,288,847
760,679,187
13,688, 630 550,842, 200
772,606, 269
17,586,750 559, 781,457
774, 281, 624
26, 654, 568 548, 896, 385
713,802, 744
82, 442, 855 553, 393, 720
700, 714, 532
35,085,342 522, 339,682

Per cent
destructions
active
banks to
issues
53.27
99.59
98.62
91.68
90.83
92.53
93.09
94.62
94.33
95.14
94.86
95.70
95.64

Per cent
destructions to
issues

55.75
193.75
115.18
103.62
98.61
99.50
97.43
98.01
96.73
98.23
99.73
112.45
102. 52

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TABLE N O . 30.—Amount, denomination, and cost of national-bank currency received from Bureau of Engraving and Printing, year ended October SI, 1926
Denominations

Amount

Cost
Cost of paper printing,of
etc.

Total cost

5,5,5,5
,
10,10,10,10.
10,10,10,20.
60,50,50,100

$135,330,900
31, «64,440
317,147,800
13,530,000

$48,049. 57
5, 620. 43
45,034.99
383.97

$354,784.16
41, 514.18
332,443. 58
2. 836. 30

$402,833.73
47,134.61
377,478.57
3,220.27

Total.

497, 663,140

99, 088. 96

731, 578. 22

830,667.18

TABLE NO. 31.—Vault account of currency received and issued by currency bureau
during the year and the amount on hand October 31, 1926
National-bank currency in vaults at the close of business, Oct. 31,1925
$219,963,720
National-bank currency received from Bureau of Engraving and Printing during the year
ended Oct. 31,1926
497,663,140
Total to be accounted for
Amount issued to banks during year
Amount withdrawn from vaults and canceled

_

$509,464,360
9,520,540

Total withdrawn

717,626,860 .

518,984,900

Amount in vaults at close of business, Oct. 31,1926

198,641,960

TABLE N O . 32.—Vault account of currency received and destroyed during year
ended October SI, 1926
Amount in vault of redemption division of currency bureau, awaiting destruction at close of
business Oct. 31, 1925.
$2,802,660.00
Amount received during year ended Oct. 31,1920
1
522,852,572.50
Total
525,355,282.50
Withdrawn from vault and destroyed during the year
522,339,682.50
Balance in vaults Oct. 31,1926
3,015,550.00

TABLE N O . 33.—Amount of currency received for redemption, by months, from
July 1, 1925, to June SO, 1926, and counted into the cash of the National Bank
Redemption Agency
Months

July
August.
September
October
November
December
January
February...
March
April
May
June

1925

1926

Total

Federal
National-bank
reserve
notes
bank notes

Federal
reserve notes

United
States
currency

$161,781.00
176,614.00
155,283.00
167,933.00
158,424.00
105,935.00

$1,129,930.00
1,073,595.00
1,050,390. 00
1,267,285. 00
1,186, 79«. 00
1,646,395. 00

$6,818.37
10,453. 35
10,063. 39
9,342.17
10, 919. 25

$47,538,933.37
42,869,050.85
44,923, 275. 89
44,628, 640.17
40, 234,528. 76
47,185, 631. 75

61,394, 702.00 129,189.00
38,820, 558. 50 102,619.00
46,527,462. 00 91, 999.00
41,679,043.00 90,141.00
42, 571, 573. 50 84,974.00
45,959,801. 50 84,846.00

1, 699,865. 00
1, 570,130. 00
2,019, 400. 00
1,965,755.00
1,989, 560. 00
1,999,17tt 00

12, 982. 83
13,194. 52
10, 740. 71
6,939. 71
7, 285.40
9, 758.12

53,236, 738.83
40, 506, 502.02
48, 649,601. 71
43,741,878. 71
44,653,392.90
48,053,575.62

525,998,910.00 1,509,738.00

18,598,265. 00

114,837.58

546,221,750.58

$46, 240,404. 00
41,608,388. 50
43,707,539.50
43,184, 080. 00
38,882,975. 00
45,422,382. 50

Total

TABLE N O . 34.—Amount of currency received by National Bank Redemption
Agency for redemption in year ended June SO, 1926, from principal cities
$11,871,000.00
Boston
$40,107,250.00 Kansas City
16,089,400.00
New York
88,469,900.00 Dallas
13,811,650.00
Philadelphia
40,790,532. 50 San Francisco
15,032,300.00
Cleveland
22,566,200.00 Cincinnati
10,692,400.00
Bichmond
27,146,76a 00 Baltimore
6,658,750.00
Atlanta
14,433,150.00 New Orleans
152,897,119.49
Chicago
57,777,410.50 Other sources
St. Louis
15,049,450.00
Total
546,244,022.49
Minneapolis
12,850,750.00
NOTE.—The difference of $22,271.91 between the totals shown by this table and Table No. 33, represents
the net adjustments for overs, shorts, and spurious issues found in remittances received.
The total amount of currency of all issues received by the National Bank Redemption Agency and
counted into
cash from June 30,1874, to June 30,1926, exclusive of deductions for shortages and spurious
Issues, is $16,486,328,414.28.



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TABLE NO. 35.—Cost of redemption of national bank notes during the pear ended
June SO, 1926
Amount of expenses
Office
Treasurer
United States
<N. B. R. A.)
Bedeemed out of 5 per cent fund, unfit for use:
SalariesPrinting, binding, and stationery
Contingent expenses
Express Charges ._
Insurance
__.
Postage

Office
Comptroller of
Currency

Total

$242, 636. 83 $54,640. 24 $297,177.07
622. 32
11,696.15
11,073.83
661.33
2,022. 59
2,683. 92
382.78

22,686. 00
11,540.96

382. 78

45,789. 51
S8,156.03

290,242. 99 165,642. 47

Total
Sedeemed on retirement account:
Salaries
Printing, binding, and stationery
Contingent expenses
_._
Express charges
Insurance
Postage

23,103. 51
86,615.07

455, S86.46

27,034.34
1,234.34
225. 45
42.67
2, 528. 69
1,286.41

6,090.47
69.37
73.71

33,124. 81
1,303. 71
299.16
42.67
2, 528. 69
1,286.41

32,351. 90

Aggregate

6,233. 55

38, 585. 45

322, 594. 89

TotaL

171,876.02

404,470.91

Amount
redeemed

Eate per
$1,000

Amount of
expenses

$474,929,667.60 $0.95990099 $456, 885.46
52,937,972. 50 . 72888031
38,585.45

Eedeemed out of 5 per cent fund, unfit for use
Eedeemed on retirement account
Total

527,867,640.00

494, 470.91

TABLE N O . 36.—Classification of Federal reserve currency redemptions, the amount
redeemed, number of notes, cost of redemption per 1,000 notes, and amount assessed
upon Federal reserve banks, year ended June 30, 1926
Office
Office
Treasurer
CompUnited
troller of
States
Currency
(N.B.K.A.)
Federal reserve notes:
Received from sources other than Federal reserve b a n k s Salaries
Printing, binding, and stationery
Contingent expenses...

Total

.'.

_
_

Total
Total amounts assessed against Federal reserve issues




$1,399.08
27.52
11.67

$1,399.08
27.52
11.67

1,438.27

Total
Eeceived direct from Federal reserve banks and branches, canceled and c u t Salaries
_
Printing and binding
Stationery...
_
Contingent expenses

Federal reserve bank notes:
Received from all sources
Salaries
Printing, binding, and stationery
Contingent expenses
Express charges
Insurance
Postage
_

Total

1,438.27

48,647.41
294.53
250.03
377. SO

48,647.41
294.53
250.03
377. SO

49,569.47

49, 569.47

637.50
12.54
5.32
1.03
66.97
175.82

$2,187.44
1.68
1.79

2,824.94
14.22
7.11
1.03
66.97
175.82

899.18

2,190.91

3,090.09

51,906.92

2,190.91

54,097.83

181

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TABI.-JS NO. 36.—Classification of Federal reserve currency redemptions, the amount
redeemed, number of notes, cost of redemption, per 1,000 notes, and amount assessed
upon Federal reserve banks, year ended June 30, 1926—Continued
Amount

Number
of notes

Eate per
1,000 notes

Federal reserve notes:
Beeeived from sources other than Federal reserve banks and branches
$19,051,930.00
1,876,334 $0.76652985
Received direct from Federal reserve banks
and branches, canceled and cut
_ 1, 282, 636, 600.00 145, 323, 211
. 34109809
Federal reserve bank notes:
Received from all sources, including Federal
reserve banks and branches
1,462, 885.00
851,969 3. 61427139
1,303,201,415.00 148,054, 514

Total

. 36539133

Assessment

$1,438.27
49, 569.47
3,090.09
54,097. 83

TABLE NO. 37.—Taxes assessed on national-bank circulation, years ended June SO,
1864, to 1926; cost of redemption, 1874 to 1926; and assessments for cost of plates,
etc., 1883 to 19-26

Year

1864-1882
1874-1882
1883
1884
1886
1886
1887-1888
1889
1890
1891
1892
1893
1894
1896
1896-- .
1897
1898
189919001901
1982
198319041905
19061907
1908
1909
1910.-.
1911
1912
1913...
1914
1915
1916
1917 1918-_
1919
1920-_
1921-1922
1923
1924
1925
1926-Total

Semiannual
duty on
circulation

Cost of
redemption
of notes by
the United
States
Treasurer

Assessment for
cost of
plates,
new
banks

Assessment
for
cost of
plates,
extended
banks

Assessment
for
cost of
plates,
additional
or duplicate

Assessment
for
adding
signatures
to
plates,
etc.

$52,253, S18.24
$1,971,587.10
3,132,006.73
147,592.27
3,024,668. 24
160,896.65
2, 794, 584.01
181,857.16
2,592,021.33
168, 243. 35
2, 044, 922. 75
138, 967.00
1, 616,127. 5S
141,141.48
1.410,331.84
131,190. 67
1, 254, 839.65
107,843. 39
1, 216,104.72
99,366. 52
1, 331, 287. 26
100,693. 70
1, 443, 489.69
103,032. 96
1, 721, 095.18
107, 445.14
1, 704, 007. 69
100, 352, 79
1, 851, 676.03
114,085.63
2, 020, 703.65
125,061.73
1, 901,817. 71
125,924. 35
1,991, 743. 31
121, 291. 40
1,881,92Z 73
122, 984.76
1, 399,221.08
146,236.18
1,633, 309.15
153, 796.33
1, 708,819. 92
174,477.62
1, 928, 827. 49
219,093.13
2,163, 882. 05
247,973.26
2, 509, 997.80
250,924. 24
2, 808,070. 54
233,650. 62
3,090, 811. 72
2'0,8»0,21
3,190,543.04
396, 743.15
3,463, 466. 68
434, 093.10
3,567, 037. 21
4*3, 380.12
3,690, 313. 53
505, 735.21
3,804, 762. 29
5i7,842. 98
3,889, 733.17
629, 013. 36
/ • 3,901,541.18
\ 2,977,0t>6.73 \- 498,328.60
3,7*4,867.77
450,150. 22
3, 533, 631. 28
420,160.42
3, 656, 895. 34
412, 785. 92
3,627,060.80
528, 424. 24
3,706, 901.15
974.068.11
3,806, 590. 02
1,115,146. 00
3,941, 461.17
2 594,168. 70
4,030, 336.30
614, 598. 55
4, 063, 708.32
627, 979. 90
3, 661, 819.45
459,790.43
3, 277, 512. 90
494,470.91
174,163,156. 37

15, 783,319. 41

$26,980 $34,120
1,950
18,845
97,800
13,150
24,825
14,810
1,750
18,860
3,900
14,100
575
12,200
725
' 24,175
7,200
18, 575
8,100
15,700
5,200
14, 225
4,375
4,050
6,875
4,950
3, 750
5,450
1,700
3,050
1,775
5,275
2,850
8,200
29,200. 15,050
13,500
85, 975
14,425
43,200
40,325
54,475
12,600
45,500
64,800
47, 825
31,450
54,150
12,975
76, 275
10, 025
48,450
10,800
31,475
17,500
55,125
22,3 7 5
27,875
28,190
22, 740
19, 805
28, 560
8,500
11,560

Total

$4,130
6,975
6,300

$52, 253, 518. 24
1, 971, 587.10
3,339,699.00
3,206,353.89
3,087,391.17
2, 799, 899. 68
2,204,489.75
1, 775,2«9. m.
1, 554, 297. 51
1,387,583.04
1,341,246. 24
1,455, 680. 96
1, 565, 947. 65
1,836,965.32
1, 816,185. 48
1, 974, 961. 66
2,160, 51S. 38
2,034, 792.06
2,124,084. 71
2,049,157. 49
1,844, 932. 26
1,844,730. 48
1, 978,097. 54
2, 206, 020. 62
2, 524, 484 31
2, 846, 522.04
3,128,971.06
3,420,126.93
3, 629, 561.19
3,970,184. 78
4,060,667. 33
4,251,108. 74
4,377,945. 22
4,445,106.53
7,418,626.51
4,218,322.99
3,975,451. 70
4,106, 671. 26
4,194, 015. 04
4,762, 569. 26
5,047, 636.02
4, 624.372. 87
4, 600, 351. 85
4, 646,161. 22
4,143, 742. 88
3, 827,105.81

16, 660
10,085
9,200
16, 770
15, 600
31, 8oO
31, 070
18, 244
23,464
18, 756
12,682
22,948

13,855
9,700
6,000
11,120
15, 340
28,990
82,160
52, 780
5.850
3,556
4, 456

11,175
3,420
6,460
9,100
7,590
20, 770
12,670
17, 226
25, 262
31, 388
4,404
30, 564

$493
841
773
591
1,610

1, 111, 299

763, 597

197,434

4,308

192,023,113.78

> Tax collected on additional circulation under act May 30,1908.
notes redeemed in 1922, $0.95; in 1923, $0.95; in 1924, $0.96

Digitized for 8 Average cost per $1,000 for national-bank
FRASER
in 1925, $0.83; and in 1926, $0.94.


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BEPOBT OF THE COMPTROLLER OP THE CURRENCY

TABLE N O . 38.—Federal reserve notes outstanding according to weekly statements
(amount issued by Federal reserve agents to Federal reserve banks, less "unfit"
notes redeemed), and collateral security therefor, from November 4> 1985, to October 27, 1926
[In thousands of dollars]

Date

Nov. i

1925

10
18

Dec.

25
2
9
16
23
30

Jan.

6
13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24

1926

Mar. 3

10
17
24

31

Apr

it:::::::::::::::::::

21
28

May 6
12
19
26
June 2
9
16
23
30
Jury 7
14
21

Aug.

28

4
11
18
25
Sept. 1
8
15
22
29

Oct. 6

13
20
27




Federal reserve notes
outstanding

$2,012,311
2,026,888
2,026,863
2,037,920
2,052,837
2,086,647
2,114,164
2,199,767
2,203,380
2,171,718
2,123,475
2,076,410
2,048,723
2,021,402
2,008,387
2,003,800
2,011,369
2,006,093
2,000,965
1,989,508
1,980,064
1,966,703
1,959,213
2,002,164
2,006,839
2,001,007
2,000,978
1,998,307
1,985,321
1,987,185
1, 990,095
2,012,406
2, 005, 937
1,991,009
1,995, 204
2,022, 870
2,024,120
2,018,037
2,012,492
2,022, 417
2,009, 794
2,012, 479
2,027,902
2,036,046
2,056,107
2,071,363
2,068,907
2,065,401
2,060,528
2,063,142
2,074,099
2,068,178

Collateral security
Gold

Eligible
paper

Excess
collateral

$1,332,277
1,356,016
1,355, 679
1,355,463
1,343, 424
1,307, 572
1,394,759
1,327,438
1,356,607

$929, 598
864,907
878,126
930, 553
949,410
999,029
919,180
1,072, 785
1,060,708

$249,561
194,035
206,852
248,096
239,997
219,951
199,775
200,466
213,935

1,424,473
1, 472, 351
1,617,010

892,390
789,051
71L 401
692,387
740,300
791.025
797,417
802,364
835,592
754,218
704,667
827,811
838,769
777.026
822,806
648, 512
688,773
736,862
682,765
694, 851
677,848
740, 276
672, 959

145,145
137,927
152,001
155,178
169,185
215,787
191,581
197,141
212,669
161,961
147,681
262,061
233,789
202,341
206,082

1,511,511
1,450,287
1.433,149
1,397,967
1,406,149
1,383,170
1,408,708
1,432,402
1,404,307
1,361,723
1,384,631
1,385,430
1,498,448

1, 437, 742
1,414,141
1,471,677
1,475, 479
1,455,119
1.450,150
1.472,698
1, 530,561
1.467,699
1,462,159
1, 322,166
1,441, 894
1,457,001
1,436, 384
1, 431,397
1,453,366
1,453,356
1,442,912
1,395,311
1.408, 431
1,429, 247
1,384,679
1,359,115
1,383,196
1,329,143
1.409, 641
1,411,623

699, 216
734,247
830, 213
728,899
693,412
708,991
755, 993
751,848
760,119
798,336
855,009
855,953
800,852
896,994
953,368
859, 423
947,286
837,644
900,057

141,121
125,808
150,025
166,136
185,009

146, 782
200,331
133,251
132,783
175,906
201,202
129,509
146,673
132,376
132,883
164,973
195,410
200,996
213,346
214,274
208,277
158,736
213,766
247,082
182,091
213,287
173,086
243,502

TABLE NO. 39.—Federal reserve notes printed, shipped, and canceled, issued to banks, retired, and destroyed since organization of the banks,
with the balance in vaults and amount outstanding October SI, 1926
VAULT BALANCE OCTOBER 31,1926
Fives
Total printed
_
Total shipped and canceled
Total on hand

Tens

Twenties

Fifties

One
hundreds

Five
hundreds

One
thousands

Five
thousands

Ten
thousands

Total

$4,654,800,000 $5,060,720,000 $5,404,240,000 $1,147,400,000 $810,400,000 $163,000,000 $333,600,000 $108,000,000 $184,000,000 $17,866,160,000
76,000,000 184,000,000 16,717, 620, 000
4,336,780,000 4,846,000,000 5,142, 240,000 1,050,400,000 727,200,000 111,400,000 243,600,000
318,020,000

214, 720,000

262,000,000

97,000, 000

83,200,000

51,600,000

90,000,000

32,000,000

1,148, 540,000

$4, 682, 660, 500 $5,304, 785, 540 $5, 743, 505,040 $1,132, 367, 050 $828, 534,800 $120,304,500 $322, 961,000 $45,010,000
4,181, 988,490 4,794,242,910 5,132, 651, 980
981,867, 650 668,994, 600 88, 927, 000 240,038, 000 38, 835,000

Total outstanding

500,672,010

510, 542, 630

610,853,060

150,499,400

159, 540,200

31,377, 500

O

w

ISSUED, R E T I R E D , AND OUTSTANDING OCTOBER 31, 1926
Total issued
Total retired

w

82, 923, 000

6,175,000

$76,780,000 $18,256, 908,430
62, 570,000 16,190,115, 630
14,210, 000

O
O

2,066, 792,800

M U T I L A T E D F E D E R A L R E S E R V E NOTES, BY DENOMINATIONS, R E C E I V E D AND D E S T R O Y E D SINCE ORGANIZATION OF BANKS AND ON H A N D
IN VAULT OCTOBER 31, 1926
Boston
New York
Philadelphia
Cleveland
Richmond
Atlanta
Chicago
St. Louis
Minneapolis
Kansas City
Dallas
San Francisco

_.
__
_

Total received...
Total destroyed.
Balance on hand

$317,187, 760 $526,301,400 $397,418,240
994,156,490 1, 229, 723,700 830,962,220
351,083, 740
396, 882, 520 468,756,180
230, 891, 745
275, 215, 550 539,584, 540
179, 265, 745
202, 033, 780 252,309,620
211,352,540
187,215,030
187,274,680
676,627,100
539,516, 720
591,343,640
168, 400,340
163,482, 540
163,311,660
105,381, 300
79,336,380
97,494,330
157,497, 780
111, 649, 720 126,457, 900
96,095, 315
94,385,160
90, 565,800
326,191, 725
454,985,020
271.323, 990
3, 647,965,890 4,143,120, 770 4, 300, 575,240
3, 629, 528, 890 4,127,991, 220 4, 285, 509,840
18,437,000

15,129, 550

15,065,400

$370,000
2,160,000

$40, 799, 500
190,420, 700
41,077, 900
37,059, 800
27,491, 300
18,081,100
42, 295,800
10,191, 700
4,904,900
8,800,000
6,464, 800
57, 437,800

$3,068,500 $11, 555,000
34,437, 500 75,897,000
1, 513, 000 6,238,000
3, 620, 000
3,103, 000
4,893, 000
285,000
4,924,000
2,904,500
6,545, 000
5,125, 500
1, 002, 000 2,251, 000
768,000
403,000
918,000
831,000
799,000
401,000
3, 077, 000 5, 729, 000

4, 905,000

$1,332, 639,050
3, 529, 820,360
1,387,164, 590
220,000
1,289, 294 685
40,000
723,867,845
632, 219,150
1,986,403,160
420,000
529,107,140
292, 200,160
413, 417, 600
295, 826,525
10,120, 000 1,173, 835,135

809,573,200 485,025, 300
806,571,450 483,106,300

56,151, 000 124,137,000
55,731,500 123,182, 000

5, 915,000
5,915,000

13,330,000 13, 585, 793,400
13,320, 000 13, 530, 856, 200

$35,648, 650
171,597, 750
121, 613,250
199, 528,050
57,539,400
20,467,300
124,849,400
19,972, 900
3,912, 250
7, 263, 200
7,115, 450
40,065, 600

3, 001, 750

1, 919, 000

419,500

955,000

$290,000
465,000
70,000
10,000
100,000
75,000

10,000

54,937, 200

NOTE.—During the year burned, badly mutilated, and fractional parts of Federal reserve notes amounting to $21,409.50 have been identified, valued, and to the bank of issue
determined.
NOTE.—Total new notes canceled and destroyed, $168,000,000.




Q

i
o

TABLE N O . 40.—Aggregate amount of Federal reserve bank notes printed, issued, canceled, and redeemed, by denominations, since the inauguratdon of the Federal reserve system, and amount on hand, and outstanding October 81, 1926

J*jj
j|£

VAULT BALANCE OCTOBER 31,1926
Ones
Total printed

^. . .

Total on hand

Fives

Twos

Tens

Twenties

Fifties

Total

$136,222,000
136,232,000

. .

$132,300,000
121,460,000

$24,040,000
16,440,000

$14,080,000
9,760,000

$2,600,>000
200,000

$788,344,000
762,984,000

11,040,000

$478,892,000
478,892,000

7,600,000

4,320,000

2,400,000

25,3*), 000

O

ISSUED, R E D E E M E D , AND OUTSTANDING OCTOBER 31,1926
Total issued
Total

redeemed

Total outstanding

.
.

. .

$478,892,000
476,112,347

*_..

$135,192,000
134,183,460

$121,460,000
120,64S, 225

$16y44O,O0O
m, 173,560

$9,760,000
9,370,660

$200,000
176,200

$761,944,000
766,661,342

2,779,658

.

1,008,530

814,778

266,440

389,440

23,800

5,282,65S

.

TABLE NO. 41.—Taxes assessed on Federal reserve bank currency, cost of redemption, and cost of plates for years ended June SO, 1915 to 1926
Semiannual
taxes on circulation

Year

Cost of redemption of
notes by the
United States
Treasurer

Assessment lot
Cost of original
plates

Assessment for
cost of additional or duplicate plates

g

Total

w
1915
1916
...
1917 . . .
1918
1919
.
1920
1921
1922..
1923
1924
1925
1926

.

Total




.

. +

.

$2,336.18
3,590.86
38,780.70
463,196.96
1,023,344. 76
947,405.00
445,944.01
113,837.32
2,890.88

. . . .
. .-

. . . . .
,
.

i

.. .

„

j.

3,041,284.67

$947.93
2,363.41
34,419.62
•263,616.78
243, 517. 97
146,890. 63
53,011.08
11,310. S6
4, 561.17
3,090.09
762,719.44

$1,800.00
2,200.00
23,810.00
390.00

$540.00
720.00
180.00
138,830.00
88,270.00
136, 570. 00
2,140.00

28,200.00

366,950.00

$1,800.00
5,065; IS
6,258.79
41,284.11
659,965.58
1,375, 621. 54
1,327,492. 97
593,974. 54
166,848.40
14,201.74
4, 561.17
3,090.09
4,199,154.11

n

TABLE N O . 42.—National banks in eharge of receivers, year ended October 81, 1926, capital at date of organization and at date of failure,
causes of failure, dividends paid while solvent, circulation outstanding at date of failure, lawful money deposited with Treasurer of the
United States to redeem circulation, and total deposits at date of suspension
Organization
Name and location of banks

Farmers and Drovers National Bank, Waynes'
burg, Pa
First National Bank, Billings, Mont. Second National Bank, Clarion, Pa...
Traders National Bank, Lowell, Mass..
Mesa County National Bank, Grand Junction,
Colo._
First National Bank, Pensacola, Fla.
First National Bank, Button, W. Va
First National Bank, Uniontown, Pa
First National Bank/St. Cloud, Fla
First National Bank, Bluffton, Ohio—First National Bank, Eureka, S. Dak
_
First National Bank, Fail-field, Idaho
First National Bank, Medina, N. Dak
First National Bank, Towner, N. Dak
First National Bank, Hearne, Tex_
Farmers National Bank, Cooper, Tex
First National Bank, Gridley, Calif_
First National Bank, Cut Bank, Mont
Picher National Bank of Picher, Okla
First National Bank of Hanger, Tex
First National Bank, Beaver, Pa
Corn Belt National Bank of Scotland, S. Dak _.
First National Bank ol Ambia, Ind
First National Bank of Desdemona, Tex
First National Bank of Sipe Springs, Tex
First National Bank, Marcus, Iowa.-.
First National Bank of Bridgeport, Nebr
Bannock National Bank of Pocatello, Idaho.-.
First National Bank, Crawford, Tex
_
First National Bank, Moran, Tex
_
The Havre National Bank of Havre, Mont
First National Bank of Joplin. Mont
National Bank of Cleburne, Tex
Peoples National Bank, National City, Calif-.United States National Bank, Vale, Oreg




Charter
No.

3097
3044
4753
7766
2490
6213
270
9707
5626
11527
10162
10581
7955
4976
10628
11164
9574
11624
8072
8850
11031
9510
11452
11526
9819
9711
6347
10400
10874
97S2
10929
4035
9512
9496

Date

Feb.
Dee.
Sept.
June

25,1865
27,1883
12,1883
10,1892

May 81,1905
Aug. 10,1S80
Apr. 17,1902
Feb. 20,1864
Mar. 24,1910
Nov. 19,1900
Nov. 28,1919
Mar. 30,1912
Apr. 24,1914
Sept. 29.1905
July 5, 1894
Sept. 24,1914
Mar. 14,1918
Oct. 5,1909
Feb. 3,1920
Jan. 26,1906
Feb. 10,1888
May 28,1917
July 30,1009
Sept. 2,1919
Nov. 6,1919
June 22,1910
Feb. 23,1910
July 15,1902
May 18,1913
June 5,1916
May 18,1910
Nov. 11,1913
May 6,1889
June 21, 1909
July 8,1909

Capital

Total dividends paid
during existence as a
national
banking
association

Failures

Capital

Receiver
appointed

Circulation
Total
Lawful outstanding deposits at
money
at date of
date of susCause deposited
failure
pension
of
failure

$597,750.00
321,350.00
92,000.00
2-16,000.00

$200,000
150,000
SO! 000
200,000

Dec. 12,1906
July 2,1910
June 21,1912
Oct. 20,1913

A
A
A
A

$100,000
37,500
49,000
190,197

$100,000.00
37,500.00
48,000.00
190,197.00

100,000
86,000.00
50,000 1,036,343.00
35,000
31.500.00
60,000 1,308,000.00
50,000
29,500.00
25,000
48,500.00
50,000
7,500.00
25,000
26,500.00
25,000
20,750.00
25,000
20.500.00
50,000
178,000.00
50,000
40,000
25,000
24,250.00
100,000
25,000
50,250.00
50,000
192,750.00
25,000
1,750.00
25,000
11,250.00
25,000
25,000
100,000
56, 500.00
25,000
21,500.00
50,000
49,000.00
30,000
5,400.00
25,000
6,250.00
50,000
30,500.00
25,000
75,000
429, 375.00
25,000
6,500.00
74,000
62, BOO. 00

100,000
500,000
50,000
100,000
50.000
50,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
40,000
50,000
100,000

Nov. 29,1913
Jan. 22,1914
Aug. 29,1914
Jan. 19,1915
Jan. 2,1918
Nov. 17,1919
Aug. 20,1920
Aug. 26,1920
Dec. 20,1920
Dec. 28,1920
Jan. 21,1921
Jan. 28,1921
Jan. 29,1921
do—
Feb. 21,1921
Mar. 2,1921
Mar. 26,1921
Mar. 28,1921
Apr. 6,1921
Apr. 7,1921
Apr. 18,1921
May 18,1921
do
June 11,1921
July 16,1921
Aug. 29,1921
Sept. 16,1921
do...
Oct. 27,19?1
Nov. 7,1921
Nov. 15,1921

A
A
B
A
B
B
B
A
A
B
C

100,000
489,900
60,000
100,000
17,100
46,700

100,000.00
489,900.00

$150,000
78,000
50,000
200,000

200,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
100,000
30,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
150,000
25,000
75,000

c
c

A

c
c

B
A
B
A
A
C
AC
C
B
C
C

c
AB
B
C

5,850
10,900
21,500
36,000
5,800
22,400
47,900

$1,047,580.00
1,908,841.00
376,639.00
2,978,922.00

444,609.00
1, 673, 245. 00
364,021.00
100,000.00 1,452,581.00
380, 776.00
17,100.00
597,357.00
46,700.00
823, 254.00
353,781.00
5,850.00
170, 529.00
24, 995.00
247, 015. 00
10, 900.00
128, 566.00
21,500.00
541, 562.00
36,000.00
210, 855.00
5,800.00
245, 675.00
. 208,053.00
22, 400.00 1,283, 599.00
47, 900.00
671,077.00
264, 775. 00
24, 796. 00
24, 600.00
112,917.00
95,627.00
144,284.00
25,000.00
112,121.00
21,100.00
842,093.00
12,100.00
37, 367. 00
7,500.00
73, 916. 00
366,887.00
49, 61)0. 00
28,214.00
76,000.00 2,787,S17.OO
346, 714. 00
25,000.00
68, 760. 00
279,326. 00

§

60,000.00

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causes of failure, dividends paid while solvent, circulation outstanding at date of failure, lawful money deposited with Treasurer of the 00
Oi
United States to redeem circulation, and total deposits at date of suspension—Continued
Organization
Name and location of banks

First National Bank, Vale, Oreg
First National Bank, Burley, Idaho
Edwards National Bank, Booker, Tei.
First National Bank, Wendell, Idaho
Stockmen's National Bank, Poplar, Mont
Stillwater Valley National Bank, Absarokee,
Mont
First National Bank, Seeley, Calif
National City Bank, Salt Lake City, Utah
Second National Bank, Elkton, Md
First National Bank, Myton, Utah
State National Bank,'Ardmore, Okla
Corydon National Bank, Corydon, Ind
First National Bank, Oak Grove, La
Farwell National Bank, Farwell, Tei
First National Bank, Spencer, Nebr
First National Bank, Ingomar, Mont
American National Bank, Billings, Mont,
First National Bank, Fresno, Mont
Merchants National Bank, Wimbledon, N.Dak.
First National Bank, Hope, N. Mex
First National Bank, Mountainair, N. Mex
First National Bank, Lawton, Okla
First National Bank, Colusa, Calif
Commercial National Bank, Great Falls, Mont.
Sterling National Bank, Sterling, Colo
Payette National Bank, Payette, Idaho
First National Bank, Highwood, Mont
Citizens National Bank, Laurel, Mont
_
_
First National Bank, Magdalena, N. Mex
First National Bank, Broadview, Mont
Commercial National Bank, Wilmington, N. C
First National Bank, Winner, S. Dak
First National Bank, Wessington Springs, S.
Dak....
_
First National Bank, Rupert, Idaho
First National Bank, Warren, Mass




Total dividends paid
during existence as a
national
banking
association

Charter
No.

Date

8828
10341
11408
9491
11027

Jan. 14,1907
Feb. 20,1913
May 4,1918
June 30,1909
Feb. 17,1917

$25,000
30,000
25,000
25,000
25,000

$20,000.00
12,450.00

11066
10462
10308
4162
11702
10394
7760
11650
12005
7325
11465
11696
11096
8717
9441
11329
6914
10072
10530
11972
8075
11131
8716
10268
10809
12176
11119

Aug. 11,1917
Sept. 6,1913
Nov. 19,1912
Aug. 12,1889
Apr. 10,1920
May 6,1913
May 23,1905
Mar. 2,1920
Aug. 5,1921
June 18,1904
Aug. 16,1919
Apr. 6,1920
Oct. 3,1917
Sept. 17,1907
May 3,1909
Apr. 3,1919
July 18,1901
July 1,1911
Apr. 20,1914
May 2,1921
Jan. 9,1906
Dec. 29,1917
May 3,1907
Aug. 27,1912
Nov. 20,1915
Apr. 17,1922
Dec. 15,1917

25,000
25,000
250,000
50,000
25,000
100,000
125,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
150,000
25,000
30,000
25,000
30,000
25,000
75,000
200,000
150,000
50,000
25,000
35,000
50,000
25,000
200,000
30(000

14,000.00
6,000.00
122,500. 00
78,000.00

6446 Sept. 25,1902
10429 July 20,1913
11567 Nov. 14,1919

25,000
25,000
50,000

Capital

7,000.00

70,000. 00
216,250.00
280,750.00
2,500.00
15,000.00
25,000.00
4,500.00
185.250. 00
34,500.00
106,000. 00
76,750.00
7, 500.00
7,700.00
17,500.00
11,500. 00
9,000.00
75,250.00
20,000.00
2,000.00

Failures

Capital

Receiver
appointed

Total
Circulation
Lawful outstanding deposits at
money
date of susCause deposited at date of
pension
of
failure
failure

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

N o v . 15,1921
N o v . 30,1921
Dee. 12,1921
Jan. 6,1922
Jan. 28,1922

C
C
C
C
C

$11,900.00 • $122,449.00
503,626.00
52,387.00
91,984. 00
24,300.00
39,430.00

25,000
25,000
250,000
60,000
25,000
200,000
125,000
50,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
150,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
30,000
200,000
150,000
200,000
150,000
75,000
25,000
35,000
50,000
25,000
200,000
30,000

Jan. 30,1922
doFeb. 3,1922
Feb. 18,1922
Feb. 24,1922
Mar. 4,1922
Mar. 8,1922
May 13,1922
June 26,1922
July 14,1922
Aug. 14,1922
Sept. 23,1922
Oct. 26,1922
Oct. 27,1922
Oct. 30,1922
Nov. 2,1922
Nov. 18,1922
Nov. 22,1922
Dec. 9,1922
Dec. 11,1922
Dec. 13,1922
Dec. 29,1922
Jan. 4,1923
Jan. 18,1923
Jan. 30,1923
Jan. 31,1923
do

C
C
C
B
A
A
C
C
A
AC
A
AC
C
C
B
C
A
C
C
C
A
A
C
C
C
AC
A

170,037.00
36,307.00
1,383,447.00
262,995.00
35,888.00
975,659.00
984,671.00
32,062.00
47,916.00
550,133.00
174,230.00
499,269.00
27,357.00
60,490.00
82,308.00
205,020.00
906,443.00
306,802.00
1,067,638.00
475,881.00
201, 514. 00
139,808.00
215,807.00
344,244.00
74,657.00
1,991,806.0ft
186,104.00

50,000 Feb. 6,1923
25,000 I Feb. 7,1923
60,000 I Feb. 23,1923

AC
A
B

$243,300

6,250.00
243,300.00

99,995
125,000

2,500.00
99,995.00
125,000.00
99,995.00
14,500.00
10,000.00
17, 750. 00

147,500

147, 600.00
25,000.00
200,000.00
75,000.00
25,000.00
36,000.00
50,000.00
100,000.00
20,000. 00
50,000.00
25,000.00

336,320.00
140,968.00
292,995.00

8
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First National Bank, Harlowton, Mont
First National Bank, American M i s , Idaho....
First National Bank, Clifton, Ariz
Springfield National Bank, Springfield, Ohio...
First National Bank, Roundup, Mont
First National Bank, Gregory, S. Dak
First National Bank, Bottineau, N . Dak
Llano National Bank, Llano, Tex
Farmers and Merchants National Bank, Jefferson, Iowa
City National Bank, Jerome, Idaho
First National Bank, Nampa, Idaho
First National Bank, Rock River, Wyo
First National Bank, Highland, Wis
First National Bank, Joseph, Oreg
Peoples National Bank, Salisbury, N . C
.
First National Bank, Big Sandy, Mont
First National Bank, Willow City, N . Dak....
First National Bank, Grandfield, Okla
First National Bank, Sapulpa, Okla
First National Bank, Chester, M o n t . .
First National Bank, Henryetta, Okla
First National Bank, Carroll, Nebr
—
First National Bank, Shelby, Mont
Fairfield National Bank, Fairfield, Iowa
_
Howard National Bank, Howard, S. Dak
Roundup National Bank, Roundup, Mont
First National Bank, Oswego, Mont...
First National Bank, Lovington, N . Mex
First National Bank, Wells, Minn
First National Bank, Mitchell, S. Dak
Cavalier County National Bank, Langdon, N.
Dak
American National Bank, Three Forks, Mont.
Lehigh National Bank, Lehigh, Okla
City National Bank, Coalgate, Okla
First National Bank, Grey Eagle, Minn
First National Bank, Fairview, Mont
First National Bank, Carter, Mont
First National Bank, Hemingford, Nebr
Union National Bank, Beloit, Kans
Texas County National Bank, Guymon, Okla.
Tucson National Bank, Tucson, Ariz
National Bank of Barnesvffle, Ohio
_
Citizens National Bank, Roswell, N . Mex
First National Bank, Lancaster, Minn
First National Bank, Tolley, N. Dak
Citizens National Bank, Crosby, N. Dak
First National Bank, Turtle Lake, N . D a k . . . .
First National Bank, Soper, Okla
First National Bank, Springfield, S. Dak
Farmers National Bank, Tishomingo, Okla
First National Bank, Seale, Ala




9270
8869
5821
2620
9165
8600
6085
5853

Oct.
Aug.
May
Jan.
May
Feb.
Dec.
June

27,190$
1,1907
14,1901
17,1882
22,1908
22,1907
17,1901
5,1901

50,000
25,000
30,000
100,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000

10123
11578
8370
11342
10880
8048
9076
11004
6766
10006
5951
11105
6867
5957
10953
8986
10780
10675
11134
11029
4669
2645

Dec.
Dec.
Sept.
Apr.
June
Dec.
Mar.
May
Apr.
Apr.
Aug.
Nov.
June
Aug.
Dec.
Dec.
Aug.
Oct.
Jan.
May
Dec.
Feb.

28,1911
22,1919
15,1906
24,1919
14,1916
11,1905
10,1908
9,1917
18,1903
24,1911
19,1901
15,1917
29,1903
21,1901
14,1916
24,1907
13,1915
26,1914
8,1918
26,1917
12,1891
8,1882

40,000
30,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
60,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
30,000
50,000
50,000

Jan. 28,1908
Apr. 30,1917
Feb. 14,1901
Mar. 10,1920
May 28,1907
Aug. 26,1921
Apr. 25.1917
July 27.1912
Mar. 24,1903
Mar. 21,1922
Feb. 21.1918
Jan. 29,1903
Apr. 20,1903
May 14.1919
May 17,1905
Apr. 14,1914
June 8,1907
Apr. 15.1913
Oct. 2,1907
July 23,1913
Sept. 28,1914

25,000
40,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
40,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
30; 000
25,000
30,000
60,000

8075
10996
5755
11676
8729
12015
10995
10242
6701
12179
11159
6621
6777
11356
7810
10519
8821
10366
8942
10431
10654

18, 500.00
48, 250. 00
157, 750. 00
161, 500. 00
34,750. 00
89,490.00
66,000.00
105,000.00

50,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000

M a r . 7,1923
M a r . 26,1923
Apr. 2,1923
Apr. 5,1923
do
Apr. 12,1923
do
do

C
C
AC
B
C
C
AC
A

29,600.00

40,000
30,000
200,000
60,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
25.000
25,000
50,000
100,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
60,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
30,000
100,000
100,000

Apr. 27,1923
May 24,1923
June 1,1923
June 14,1923
do
do.
July 3,1923
July 7,1923
July 12,1923
July 21,1923
July 30,1923
do.
July 31,1923
Aug. 13,1923
Aug. 27,1923
Aug. 30,1923
Sept. 1,1923
Sept. 6,1923
Oct. 5,1923
Oct. 8,1923
Oct. 22,1923
Oct. 23,1923

C

25,000
25,000
35,000
50,000
25,000
40,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
100,000
100,000
200,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
30,000
25,000
25,000
25,000

Oct. 29,1923
do
...
Nov. 8,1923
do
do
do
Nov. 9,1923
Nov. 10,1923
Nov. 13,1923
do
Nov. 14,1923
do
Nov. 16,1923
Nov. 19,1923
Nov. 21,1923
do.
do.
Nov. 22,1923
Nov. 28,1923
Deo. 6,1923
Deo. 10,1923

126,563.00
32,000.00
136,000.00
10,000.00
44,750.00
45,000.00
177,550.00
75,000.00
73,750.00
2,500.00
4,500.00
9,000.00
213,750.00
167,500. 00
52,000.00
4,000.00
99,250.00
38,650.00
18,300.00
149,875. 00
5,000.00
133,000.00
373,500.00
5,000.00
66,250.00
27, 500.00
30,125.00
22, 950. 00
22,105. 00
14,750. 00
28,800.00

c
c

A
B
AC
C
O
AC
C
C
AC
C
C

94,750

12,100.00
25,000.00
48,400.00
94,750.00
24,400.00
25,000.00
35,800.00
4, 700.00
40,000.00
105,500.00
13,700.00
24,300.00
94,700.00
24,300.00
5,650.00
45,800.00
24,500.00
24,600.00
25,000.00

c

A
AC
AC
C

c
A
AC
C
A
C
C
C
A
A
A
C
B
C
B
C
AC
C
C

c
c
c
c
c

97,000. 00
99,000.00
23,200.00
12,250.00
6,200.00
25,000.00
5,950. 00
49,300.00
67,300.00
100,000.00
188,200.00
24, 700.00
6,250.00
9,700.00
17, 750.00
24,400.00

384,115.0»
265, 380.00
260,527.00
1,772,465.00
487, 252.00
176,708.00
333,101.00
271,311.00
99,553.00
67,061.00
375,788.00
158,539.00
77,396.00
141,638.00
893,613.00
37,800.00
150,665.00
182,035.00
688,227.00
104,352. 00
967,732.00
383, 573.00
227, 849.00
332,323.00
143,305.00
211,204.00
46,982.00
126,305.00
745,030.00
562, 553.00
353,645.00
63,477.00
159,610.00
158,720.00
90,443. 00
146,213.00
33,989. 00
203,317.00
645,591.00
173,519.00
588,287.00
877,090.00
497,195. 00
179,618.00
87,434.00
146,380.00
134, 961. 00
98,891.00
150,326.00
132,277.00
39,634.00

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causes of failure, dividends paid while solvent, circulation outstanding at date of failure, lawful money deposited with Treasurer of the
United States to redeem, circulation, and total deposits at date of suspension—Continued
Organization
Name and location of banks

First National Bank, Manville, Wyo
First National Bank, Woodwortb, N. Dak
First National Bank, Lenapah, Okla
First National Bank, Poplar, Mont
First National Bank, Lansford, N. Dak
First National Bank, Forsyth, Mont
Condon National Bank. Condon, Oreg
First National Bank, Moore, Mont
Miners National Bank, Henrietta, Okla
First National Bank, Selmlter, Okla
Merchants National Bank, Mandan, N . Dak..
First National Bank, Webster, 8. D a k .
First National Bank, Dodson, Mont
Sioux Falls National Bank, Sioux Falls, S. Dak_.
First National Bank, Sentinel Butte, N. Dak_.
First National Bank, Beach, N . Dak
First National Bank, Bisbee, N . Dak
National Bank of Carlsbad, N. Mex
Dakota National Bank, Dickinson, N . Dak
First National Bank, Lusk, W y o . . .
First National Bank, St. John, Wash
First National Bank, Warroad, Minn
First National Bank, Brookings, S. Dak
First National Bank, Bonan, M o n t . .
First National Bank, Harrison, Nebr.
First National Bank, Clarkston, Wash
First National Bank, Carthago, S. Dak
First National Bank, Onida, S. Dak
Commercial National Bank, Miles City, Mont.
Nowata National Bank, Nowata, Okla
First National Bank, Castlewood, 8. D a k . . . . . .
First National Bank, Clovis, N. Mex
First National Bank, Charfa, Mont
.
First National Bank, Sidney, Mont
Stoctanens National Bank, Fort Benton, MontFirst National Bank, Fort Sunnier, N . Mex
Wells National Bank, Weils, Minn




Charter
No.
11352
11363
11436
10885

im

7320
8861
8639
10349
10967
10604
6602
11086
2823
10706
9484
6733
6884
7663
11360
11172
1181$
8087

9864
8888
6742
10883
11685
6015
6367
6000
87S4

11165
9904
4194
8017
6788

Date

May 1,1919
Apr. 26,1919
Aug. 18,1919
July 28,1916
Mar. l«,«1906
June 10,1904
Mar. 24, ieoa
Jan. 7,1907
Feb. 20,1913
Mar. 5,1917
Aug. 24,1914
NOT. 19,1902
Aug. 23,1917
NOT. 14,1882
Feb. 10,1915
May 26,1909
Apr. 1,1903
July 8,1903
Mar. 4,1905
June 23,1919
Mar. 11,1918
Aug. 4,1920
NOT. 16,1883
Aug. 81,1910
June 28,1907
Mar. 16,1903
Mar. 20,1916
Jan. 17,1920
Aug. 15,1895
July 23,1902
Oct. 2,1901
June 14,1907
Feb. 26,1918
Dee. 23,1907
Dec. 24.18S6
Feb. 28,1907
Apr. 6,1903

Capital

$23,000
23,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
60,000
60,000
25,000
26,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
60,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
30,000
60,000
60,000
40,000
26,000
60,000
25,000
60,000
26,000
25,000
25,000
80,000
25,000
25,000
35,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
30,000

Total dividends paid
during existence as a
national
banking
association
$1,26a oo
3,750.00
1,500.00
63,000.00
136,500.00
12,600.00
22,750.00
42,250.00
12, 500.00
6,000.00
32,500.00
240, 800. 00
10.000.00
62,500.00
57,750.00
142,900.00
68,000.00
16,000.00
270,600.00
22,250.00
109,000.00
38,500.00
23,500.00
277,000.00
112.000.00
42, 500.00
50,100.00
1,500.00
103,250.00
802,000.00

45,600.00
75,000.00

Failures

Capital

$25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
75,000
60,000
25,000
50,000
26,000
50,000
25,000
26,000
150,000
25,000
60,000
25,000
100; 000
50,000
50,000
40,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
50,000
60,000
25,000
25,000
250,000
26,000
25,000
100.000
25,000
.50,000
200,000
25,000
75,000

Receiver
appointed

Dec. 11,1923
do
Dec. 14,1923
Dec. 17,1923
do.Dec. 18,1923
do.
Dee. 20,1923
Dee. 21,1923
.do.
Dee. 26,1923
Jan. 2,1924
Jan. 21,1924
Jan. 24,1924
do
do.
Jan. 28,1924
Feb. 6,1924
Feb. 7,1924
do
do
Feb. 9,1924
do
do
Feb. 12,1924
do
do
do.
Feb. 15,1924
Feb. 19,1924
do.
Feb. 20,1924
.—.do
Feb. 26,1924
do
do
do

Circulation
Lawful outstanding
money
Cause deposited at date of
of
failure
failure
C

c
c
c
c

A
O
C
C
A
A
C

c
AC
C

c
o
c
c
c

A
A
A
C

c
c

A
A
C
C
c
C
A
C
C
C

c

$25,000.00 !

6,500.00
33,700.00
11,800.00
24,500.00
25,000.00
25,000.00
24,700.00
74,250.00

25,000.00
23,300.00
11,300.00
47,100.00
48,600.00
99,200.00
5,950.00
15,000.00
50,000.00
25,000.00
25,000,00
98, 500. 00
16, 797. 59
24,600.00
62,500.00
39,000.00
191,895.00
5, 850. 00
75,000.00

Total
deposits at
date of suspension

$64,463.00
47, 881.00
77, 797.00
103,628. 00
124, 405.00
352,127. 00
121,156. 09
144,127. 00
434,161. 00
51,164. 00
315,054.00
224, 512. 00
72,89a 00
1, 514,456.00
102,16a 00
389,152. 00
216,114. 00
446,659. 00
176,986. 00
82,343. 00
98,542.00
159,329.00
623,164.00
102,643.00
SO&00
188,453.00
228,933.00
112,045.00
1,588,243.00
459, 448.00
164, 542. Oft
64, 861.00
48, 276.00
395, 794.00
467,119.00
79.155.00
745,030.00

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First National Bank, Gering, Nabr
Western National Bank, Mitchell, S. Dak
First National Bank, Coalgate, O k l a . .
First National Bank, Melntosn, S. Dak
First National Bank, Clayton, N . Mex
First National Bank in Deming, N . Mex
First National Bank, St. Anthony, Idaho
First National Bank, Huron, S. D a k . .
Farmers & Merchants National BaDk, Fair,
bury, Nebr
First National Bank, Golva, N . Dak
First National Bank, Lingle, Wyo
Torrineton National Bank, Torrington, Wyo...
First National Bank, Poison, Mont
Farmers National Bank, Parsons, Kans
Merchants National Bank, Crookston, M i n n . . .
First National Bank, Bristow, Nebr
First National Bank, Lake Preston, S. Dak
First National Bank, Hayward, Wis
First National Bank, Plentywood, Mont
First National Bank, Sterling, C o l o . .
First National Bank, Kocky Ford, Colo
First National Bank of Fergus County, Lewistown, Mont
State National Bank, Albuquerque, N . Mex....
First National Bank, Marysvttle, Kans.
First National Bank, Alexander, N . Dak
First National Bank, Pilaer, Nebr.
First National Bank, WiTsall, Mont
National Bank of Commerce, Shawnee, Okla...
Citizens National Bank, Hankinson, N . Dak...
City National Bank, El Paso, Tex
First National Bank, Carlsbad, N . Mes
First National Bank, Baker, M o n t
Farmers National Bank, Burlington, Kans
Drovers National Bank, East St. Louis, 111
First National Bank, Schuyler, Nebr
First National Bank, Morristown, S. Dak.
City National Bank of Huron, Huron, S. D a k First National Bank, Newcastle, Wyo
'
Citizens National Bank, Julesburg, Colo
First National Bank, Basin. Wyo
First National Bank, Lidgerwood, N . Dak
First National Bank, Galata, M o n t . .
Citizens National Bank, Worthington, M i n n . . .
First National Bank, Poteau, Okla
National Bank of Commerce of Rochester, N . Y.
Weiser National Bank, Weiser, Idaho.
Citizens National Bank, Ness City, Kans
First National Bank, Cheyenne, Wyo
First National Bank, Lambert, M o n t . .
First National Bank, Bridgewater, S. Dak
Citizens National Bank, Cheyenne, Wyo




A
C

11,500.00
93,400.00
27.300.00
23,700.00
50,000.00
25,000.00
48,600.00
30,000.00

265,790.00
289,727.00
493,803.00
103.496.00
197,525.00
307.368.00
236,777.00
1,099, 420.00

60,000
25,000
25,000
35,000
25,000
100,000
75,000
40,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
60,000

.....do.
Feb. 27,1924
doMar. 1,1924
—..doMar. 4,1924
do
Mar. 14,1924
Mar. 15,1924
Mar. 18,1924
Mar. 19,1924
.do.
Mar. 22,1924
Mar. 24,1921
do
do
Mar. 28,1924
Mar. 29,1924
Mai'. 31,1924
Apr. 5,1924
do

A
A
C

60,000.00

c

24,700.00
100,000.00
75,000.00
25,000.00
24,200.00
9,600.00
6,250.00
100,000.00
14,100.00

223,363.00
50,234.00
54,763.00
67.468.00
114,786. OO
305, 556.00
1,170,960.00
138,960.00
275.947.00
668,838.00
243,877.00
712,005.00
239,527.00

300,000
200,000
75,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
160,000
30,000
500,000
100,000
25,000
55,000
200,000
50,000
25,000

Apr. 12,1924
Apr. 14,1924
Apr. 15,1924
do
Apr. 22,1924
do..
Apr. 28.1924
Apr. 30,1924
May 8.1924
May 14,1924
May 20,1924
May 21,1924
May 22,1924
May 24,1924
do

A
AC
C
A
C

124,500.00
167,400.00
74,200.00
24,400.00
48, 600.00

25,000
25,000
35,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
1,500,000
75,000
45,000
200,000
25,000
25,000
100,000

June 12,1924
do
June 14,1924
June 17,1924
June 18,1924
June 19,1924
do.
June 21,1924
June 23,1924
July 3,1924
July 9, 1924
July 16,1924
July 18,1924
July 21,1924

8062
7455
6047
9283
5713
6974
5764
2819

D«o.
Sept.
Uee.
Oct.
Dec.
Aug.
Deo.
May

28.19U5
12,1904
8.1S0O
16,1908
29,1900
5,1903
31,1800
19,1882

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

59, 750.00
128,221.00
175, 850.00
32,076.84
150,500.00
55,400.00
207,625.00
166,350.00

25,000
100,000
100,000
25,000
75,000
40,000
50,000
65,000

10340
11346
11231
11308
9449
11537
3262
9448
10758
7831
10438
5624
7082

Feb.
Apr.
Aug.
Feb.
Mar.
Nov.
Oct.
June
July
June
May
Oct.
Oct.

8,1913
14.1919
19.1918
3,1919
26,1909
18,1919
25,1884
5,1909
24,1915
9,1905
12,1913
29,1900
23,1903

60,000
24,000
25,000
35,000
25,000
100,000
75.000
25.000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000

23,400.00

7274
7186
2791
11297
5937
11886
12441
8084
7514
5487
10443
69S5
10399
2788
9817
8781
7198
9603
10858
5772
11089
5910
7118
8111
8139
8081
1800
11176
6925
8089

9.1904
Mar. 17,1904
Aug. 25,1882
Jan. 22,1919
Aug. 2,1901
Apr. 11,1919
Aug. 18,1923
Jan. 18,1906
Oct. 14,1904
May 19,1900
Aug. 19,1913
Sept. 10,190S
Apr. 30,1913
Sapt. 4,1882
May 11,1910
June 3,1907
Mar. 23,1904
Sept. 29,1909
May 15,1916
Mar. 29,1901
Oct. 10,1917
June 7,1901
Jan. 14,1904
Feb. 1,19<W
Feb. 19,1906
Feb. 3,1906
Dec. 29,1870
Apr. 20,1918
July 23,1903
Jan. 15,1906
May

8,750.00
26,250.00
3,000.00
155,250.00
58,626.00
22,500.00
58, 750.00
22, 500.00
342,986.05
78,800.00

485,000.00
100,00O
474,377.32
100,000
221, 625.00
50,000
1,000.00
25,000
25,000
77,750.00
25,000
100,000
30,000
31,900.00
100,000
471,000.00
25,000
430, 000.00
25,000
7,500.00
25,000
81, 730.00
200,000
57,000.00
50,000
214,750.00
25,000
12,500.00
50,000
44, 75a 00
25,000
78,750. 00
25,000
55,125.00
25,000
17, 500.00
50,000
190,000.00
25,000
7,000.00
25,000
60,500.00
25,000
38,780.00
500,000 1,222,500.00
50,000
118, 584. 67
30,000
70,950. 00
949,000.00
100,000
25,000
25,000
86,750. 00
79,000.00
100.000

c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c

A

c
A
B
C

c
c
B
C
C
A
C

c
c
o
A
c
c
c
o
c
c
A

c
A
C

c
c
c
c
o

25,000. 00

2,866,963.00
1,645, 675.00
591,816.00
202, 272. 00
202, 998. 00
23,019.00
936,087.00
206,864.00
3,384, 059.00
361, 326.00
150, 340.00
316, 452. 00
433, 685.00
524,922. 00
98, 667. 00

24,300. 00
24,600.00
35,000.00
50,000. 00

W
o

442,668. 00
164, 286. 00
174,796. 00
611,146.00

Is, 655.65

s

421, 059.00
238, 357.00
198,498.00
574,356.00

166,655.65
30,000.00
24, 597. 80
21,900.00
49,300.00
47,200. 56

22, 700. 00
459,897. 50
65,000.00
200,000. 00
6,500.00
99,995.00

4,498,121.00
63,973.00
228,891.00
1,214,862.00

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TABLE NO. 42.—National banks in charge of receivers, year ended October SI, 1926, capital at date of organization and at date of failure,
causes of failure, dividends paid while solvent, circulation outstanding at dale of failure, lawful money deposited with Treasurer of the
United States to redeem circulation, and total deposits at date of suspension—Continued
Organization
Name and location of banks

834
835
836
837
838
839
840
841
842
843
844
845
846
847
850
851
852
853
855
856
857
858
859
860
861
862
863
864
866
867
868
869
870
871
872
873
874

Bristow National Bank, Bristow, Okla
First National Bank, Harrington, Wash
First National Bank, Minnesota Lake, M i n n . . .
FirstNational Bank, Rexburg, Idaho
First National Bank, Ririe, Idaho
First National Bank, Putnam, Conn
State National Bank, Carlsbad, N. Mex
NorthwesternNationalBankofLivingston.Mont
First National Bank in Clovis, N . Mex
First National Bank, Beaver Creek, Minn
First National Bank, Rudyard, Mont
FirstNational Bank, Groom, Tex
y
FirstNational Bank, Ozark, Ala
FirstNational Bank, Ulen, Minn
First National Bank, Alma, Wis
Merchants National Bank, Grinnell, Iowa
First National Bank, Morgan, Tex
First National Bank, Abbeville, Ala
First National Bank, Algona, Iowa
First National Bank, Boise City, Okla.
First National Bank, Allendale, S. C
First National Bank, Barnwell, S. C
FirstNational Bank, Center, Tex
Fanners National Bank, Dodge Center, Minn..
FirstNational Bank, Torrington, Wyo
Parkesburg National Bank, Parkesburg, Pa
FirstNational Bank, Buffalo, Okla...
FirstNational Bank, Oldham, S. Dak...
FirstNational Bank, Spring Hope, N. C .
Stockmans National Bank, Columbus, Mont. .
FirstNational Bank, Alexandria, Minn.
First National Bank, Townsend, Mont
First National Bank, Rigby, Idaho
Peoples National Bank, Hot Springs, S. Dak—
First National Bank, Sylvester, Ga
First National Bank, Salem, S. Dak..
Jefferson County National Bank, Rigby, Idaho.




Charter
No.

Date

10115
9210
6204
7133
10920
448
10962
11000
12522
9321
11203
11447
7629
7081
8338
2953
6247
5987
3197
11084
11111
11287
5971
6623
92S9
2464
8896
10236
11431
11220
2995
9982
11385
9166
6180
5898
11458

Nov. 23,1911
July 10,1908
Apr. 5,1902
Jan. 19,1904
Oct. 9,1916
Mar. 23,1864
Feb. 8,1917
Mar. 27,1917
Feb. 28,1924
Jan. 4,1909
May 29,1918
Aug. 16,1919
Feb. 13,1905
Dec. 12,1903
May 16,1906
Apr. 28,1883
May 3,1902
Aug. 17,1901
May 15,1884
Aug. 30,1917
Nov. 30,1917
Jan. 9,1919
Sept. 10,1901
Feb. 4,1903
Oct. 6,1908
Feb. 27,1880
Sept. 2,1907
Aug. 30,1912
May 6,1919
July 12,1918
June 9,1883
Jan. 31,1911
June 13,1919
May 23,1908
Mar. 11,1902
July 5,1901
June 9,1919

Capital

$25,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
100,000
75,000
100,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,00050,000
35,000
27,500
50,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
30,000
30,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
60,000
50,000
30,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000

Total dividends paid
during existence as a
national
banking
association
$34,050.00
46,500.00
71,500. 00
120,500.00
6,750. 00
814,000. 00
22,500.00
8,000.00
36, 500. 00
85,737.22
42,500. 00
52,500.00
422,500. 00
40, 750. 00
153,600.00
142, 750.00
6,000.00
20,000.00
7,000.00
31,000.00
43, 500. 00
90,000.00
171,865.00
40,250.00
31, 750. 00
9, 000. 00
264,600. 00
26,000.00
4,800.00
27,916.00
49,000.00
114,000.00

Failures

Capital

$25,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
150,000
75,000
100,000
50,000
30,000
25,000
25,000
35,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
35,000
100,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
30,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
60,000
50,000
80,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
50,000

Receiver
appointed

July 21,1924
Aug. 6,1924
do
Aug. 11,1924
do
Aug. 13,1924
Aug. 25,1924
Aug. 30,1924
Sept. 4,1924
Sept. 20,1924
Oct. 4,1924
Oct. 6,1924
Oct. 23,1924
Oct. 28,1924
Nov. 7,1924
Nov. 12,1924
Nov. 13,1924
Nov. 14,1924
Nov. 24,1924
Nov. 25,1924
Dec. 3,1924
do
do
Dec. 9,1924
Dec. 16,1924
Dec. 26,1924
Dec. 27,1924
Jan. 3,1925
Jan. 7,1925
.....do
Jan. 8,1925
. . ..do
Jan. 12,1925
Jan. 15,1925
doJan. 16,1925
Jan. 17,1925

Circulation
Lawful outstanding
money
Cause deposited at date of
of
failure
failure
C
C
B
C
C
A
. C
C
A
C
C
AO
A
A
A
C

c
c

A
A
A-0
A-C
B
A
C
A-B
A
C
A
C
A
C
C
O
C
A

$3,850.00
19,200.00
25,000.00
50,000.00
16,250. 00
50,000.00

25,000.00
32,800.00
24, 700. 00
24,995.00
100,000.00
25,000.00
$98,500
49,600.00
10,000.00
9,600.00
48,800.00
48,900.00
29,500.00
6,100. 00
42,600. 00
9, 700. 00
25,000.00
59,400.00
12, 500. 00
5,950.00
29,300. 00
24, 500. 00

Total
deposits at
date of suspension

$198,499.00
324,105.00
215, 772. 00
72,350.00
1,478,076.00
159,538.00
168,795.00
114,075.00
16,520.00
16,974. 00
158,618.00
197,067.00
203,589.00
998,975.00
51,912.00
145,412.00
656,090.00
136,521.00
185,016. 00
96,628.00
245,341.00
611,756.00
254,693. 00
329,404.00
144,088.00
250,588.00
264,867.00
137,464.00
843,235.00
80, 721.00
466, 517.00
156,143. 00
53, 269. 00
158,184. 00

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Neoga National Bank, Neoga, H]
_
First National Bank, Mohall, N. Dak
First National Bank, Excelsior Springs, Mo
Logan County National Bank, Sterling, Colo..
First National Bank, Buena Vista, Ga
First National Bank, Hampton, Ga._
Perry National Bank, Perry, Iowa
Farmers National Bank, Hempstead, Tex
First National Bank, Crystal, N. Dak
National Bank of Abbeville, S. C
Commercial National Bank, Charleston, S. C.
First National Bank, Quincy, Fla
_
National Bank of Commerce, Pierre, S. Dak
Black Hawk National Bank, Waterloo, Iowa...
Lebanon National Bank, Lebanon, Tenn
First National Bank, Shelley, Idaho
First National Bank, Brinsmade, N. Dak
First National Bank, Atwater, Minn
First National Bank, Kenville, Minn
First National Bank, Idabel, Okla...
First National Bank, Pleasantville, Iowa
First National Bank, Cavalier, N. Dak
First National Bank, Stevensville, Mont
First National Bank, Wapanucka, Okla
First National Bank, Matoaka, W. Va
City National Bank, Clarksville, TexFirst National Bank, Montpelier, Idaho
First National Bank, Buhl, Idaho
First National Bank, Lemmon, S. Dak
Commercial National Bank, Greenville, Tex__
Farmers National Bank, Chandler, Okla
_
First National Bank, Bamberg, S. C
First National Bank, Bandon, Oreg...
Georgia National Bank, Athens, Ga
Osceola National Bank, Osceola, Iowa...
_.
First National Bank, Wimbledon, N. Dak
First National Bank, Hedrick, Iowa
First National Bank, Jasper, Minn
First National Bank, Las Vegas, East Las
Vegas, N. Mex
First National Bank, Conyers, Ga
Hugo National Bank, Hugo, Okla
First National Bank, Carnegie, Pa
Burgettstown National Bank, Burgettstown, Pa.
First National Bank, Selma, N. C...
First National Bank, Madison, S. Dak
Farmers National Bank, Louisburg, N. C
First National Bank, Florence, S. C
First National Bank, Clear Lake, S. Dak
First National Bank, Crandon, Wis
City National Bank, Hugo, Okla
First National Bank, Springer, N. Mex
Merchants National Bank, Detroit, Minn




10130
4905
7918
3421
10543
7253
4279
6854
8714
11434
8502
10570
6583
8486
5564
10116
10709
5950
11264
10643
7381
11065
9269
7510
12060
11704
9718
6525
6033
6712
5540
6523

July 11,1905
Sept. 17,1903
M a y 5,1905
Oct. 11,1905
Oct. 12,1905
July 13,1911
Jan. 2,1912
Apr. 15,1893
Sept. 12,1905
Oct. 16,1885
M a y 5.1914
M a y 4,1904
Feb. 13,1890
Apr. 17,1903
Apr. 13.1907
July 15.1919
Dec. 11,1906
June 15,1914
Dec. 19,1902
Dec. 10,1906
Aug. 2,1900
Nov. 24,1911
Feb. 4.1915
Aug. 8,1901
Nov. 7,1918
Oct. 8.1914
Aug. 9,1904
Aug. 10,1917
Oct. 16.1908
Nov. 24,1904
Nov. 25.1921
Apr. 19.1920
Feb. 25,1910
Oct. 14,1902
Oct. 8,1901
Feb. 7,1903
Aug. 11,1900
Oct. 7,1902

25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
30,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
200,000
50,000
75,000
100,000
30,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000.
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
30,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000

2436
11255
7747
4782
2408
10739
3149
10260
9747
6357
9387
12136
11565
8122

Aug. 25,1.879
Sept. 3,1918
Apr. 11,190.5
May 16,1892
Jan. 25,1879
May 7.1915
Mar. 29,1884
Aug. 1,1912
Mar. 23,1910
June 28,1922
Mar. 16.1909
Feb. 10.1922
Oct. 18,1919
Feb. 9,1906

50,000
75,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
30.000
50,000
50,000
100,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
50,000
80,000

7841
7008
7741
7973
7963

12,500.00
86,250. 00
17,000. 00
147,000. 00
70,100.00
27,200.00
54,250. 00
133,000. 00
36,300. 00
209,500.00
140, OOO. 00
127,000. 00
139,048. OO
145,600. OO
110,300.00.
38,000. 00
31, 000. 00
88,000.00
99,000.00
23,750. 00
29,250. 00
10,750.00
82,250. 00
16,250. 00
95,000. 00
75, 260.00
25,000.00
35, 750.00
158,000. 00
7,500.00
12, 750.00
716,000.00
15,000. 00
39,500.00
51,750. OO
94,600.00
506,500.00
145,100.00
466, 750.00
444,500. 00
11,400. 00
216,355. 00
11,000. 00
167,000. 00
65,000. 00
49,125.00
9,500. 00
110,500.00

25,000
25,000
25,000
150,000
50,000
50,000
75,000
50,000
25,000
75,000
200,000
100,000
100,000
200,000
80,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
80,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
200,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
150,000
25,000
45,000
25,000
400,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
30,000

Jan. 21,1925
Jan. 22,1925
Jan. 24,1925
Jan. 26,1925
do
Jan. 27,1925
Feb. 5,1925
Feb. 7,1925
do
do
do _ ._
Feb. 11,1925
do..
Feb. 13,1925
do
do
do
Feb. 14,1925
do
Feb. 18,1925
Feb. 21,1925
do
Mar. 2,1925
do
Mar. 3,1925
Mar. 9,1925
Mar. 13,1925
Mar. 26,1925
Apr. 2,1925
Apr. 6,1925
Apr. 10,1925
do
Apr. 13,1925
Apr. 17,1925
Apr. 22,1925
Apr. 23,1925
Apr. 24,1925
May 1,1925

200,000 May 4,1925
75,000 May 12,1925
200,000 . . .do
100,000
do.-—..
100,000 M a y 14,1925
30,000 M a y 16,1925
50,000 M a y 21,1925
25,000 M a y 22,1925
150,000
do
25,000 May 25,1925
50,000 M a y 29,1925
100,000 June 5,1925
50.0DO June 15,1925
60,000 June 22,1925

24,700.00
24,700.00
25,000.00
100,000. 00
48,400. 00
20,000.00
72,300. 00
49,197. 50
24,600. 00
16,850.00

A
C
B
C
C

c
A
A
C

c
c

A
A
C
C

189,800

c
c

B-C
C
A
A
C

24,700. 00
25, 000. 00
10,000. 00
5, 550. 00
50,000.00

c
c

B

c
c
c
c
c

A-C
A-C
A
C
A
C

11,800. 00
49,400. 00
25,000.00
149,995.00

19,800

c
c
A-C
C
C
A
A

c
A-C
A
A
C
B
C

c
c

79, 500. 00
189,800. 00
78,600. 00
19,600. 00
24, 600. 00
10,000. 00
24,600. 00

124,000

15,000.00
200,000.00
25, OOO. 00
25, OOO. 00
19,800. 00
29,500.00
200,000.00
27,700. 00
19,800.00
95,000.00
98,400.00
8,800.00
30,900.00
23,200.00
124,000.00
25,000.00
45,200.00
66,700.00

123,243.90
90,934.00
212,086.00
508, 452. 00
81, 597.00
33, 214. 00
645,627.00
177,720.00
256,939.00
413, 542.00
1,003,982.00
348,671.00
683,098.00
84, 724. 00
118, 712. 00
488,436.00
400, 700.00
264,653.00
213,392. 00
368,224.00
76,421.00
161,142.00
571,934. 00
108, 596.00
335, 821. 00
237,493.00
418,423.00
638,350.00
319,134. 00
64,107.00
181, 264. O
O
1,200,239.00
129, 258. O
O
161, 727.00
147,483. OO
374,936.00
828,256. 00
133,181. 00
968, 533.00
1,448, 397. OO
1,698,546.00
181, 216.00
399,861.00
76,255. 00
1,137, 989. 00
384,311.00
350,144.00
235,854.00
150, 655.00
491,438.00

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paid while solvent, circulation outstanding. at date of failure,. lawful money deposited with Treasurer of the
causes of" failure, dividends ,
,
.
.
.
United States to redeem circulation, and total deposits at date of suspension—Continued

TABLE N O .

Organisation
Name and location of banks

First National Bank, St. Cloud, Minn
First National Bank, Simla, Colo
First National Bank, Abercrombie, N. Dak.First National Bank, Wausa, Nebr
First National Bank, Eedwood Falls, Minn...
First National Bank, Lumberton, N. C
First National Bank, Walters, Okla.
First National Bank, Lake Park, Minn
First National Bank, Sheyenne, N. DakFirst National Bank, Devol, Okla
First National-Bank, Dell Hapids, S. Dak
Globe National Bank, Denver, Colo
First National Bank, Libby, Mont
First National Bank, Warren, Minn
First National Bank, Winifred, Mont
First National Bank, Hallock,Minn
First National Bank, Buffalo, Minn..
Manilla National Bank, Manilla, Iowa
Loveland National Bank, Loveland, Colo
Winner National Bank, Winner, S. Dak
Muskogee Security National Bank, Muskogee,
Okla.....
•__
Corona National Bank, Corona, Calif
First National Bank, Forest City, Iowa
Davenport National Bank, Davenport, WashFirst National Bank, Pasco, Wash
_.
Farmers National Bank, Laurens, S. C
_.
First National Bank, Howard, S. Dak.__
Gregory National Bank, Gregory, S. Dak
First National Bank, Harding, Mont
First National B8nk, Sac City, Iowa
First National Bank, Brooklyn, Iowa
Warren National Bank, Warren, Minn
First National Bank, Covington, Ga
First National Bank, Delano, Minn
First National Bank, Creston, Iowa




Charter
No.

Sate

2790
11354
8419
9894
5826
7398
6612
7143
8886
115S6
3508
13K2S
95S4
5866
11006
6934
11033
6041
8116
12024

Sept. 25,1882
May 10,1919
Aug. 25,1906
Mar. 27,1911
Mar. 11,1901
July 21,1904
Jan. 10,1903
Feb. 10,1904
Aug. 28,1907
Nov. 4,1919
Apr. 21,18S0
Feb. 5,1920
Oct. 25,1909
May 18,1901
May 17,1917
Aug. 5,1903
June 7,1917
Nov. 12,1901
Feb. 14,1906
Sept. 20,1921

12277 Nov. 8,1922
8436 Oct. 25,1906
4889 Feb. 20,1892
7627 Dec. 22,1904
9266 Aug. 22,1908
May 16,1916
6585 Nov. 29,1902
9377 Mar. 28,1909
9215 July 20,1908
4450 Oct. 6,1890
3284 Dec. 22,1884
11286 Dec. 28,1918
8945 Oct. 2B.1907
9303 Nov. 23,1910
2586 Oct. 22,1881

Capital

Total dividends paid
daring existence as a
national
banking
association

Failures

Capital

Receiver
appointed

$50,000 $401,000.00
25,000
11, 750. 00
25,000
87,500.00
50,000
94, 550. 00
25,000
72.2vW.00
35,000
62,250.00
25,000
33, 500.00
25,000
28, 75ft 00
25,000
25,000
50,000
198, 775. 00
66,000,00
200,000
52, 800. 00
25,000
81,250,00
25,000
8,000.00
35,000
84,450.00
25,000
14,000,00
25,000
41,875.00
26,000
100,000 | 133,000.00
60,000

$250,000
25,000
25,000
75,000
70,000
50,000
50,000
35,000
25,000
25,000
60,000
200,000
40,000
50,000
25,000
80,000
50,000
25,000
100,000
60,000

June 24,1925
June 25,1925
June 80,1925
July 9,1925
July 29,1925
Aug. 4,1925
Aug. 6,1925
Aug. 24,1925
Sept. 8,1925
Sept. 17,1925
Sept. 26,1925
Oct. 1,1925
Oqt 6,1925
Oct. 10,1925
Oct. 15,1925
Oct. 16,1925
Oct. 17,1925
Oct. 20,1925
Oct. 22,1925
Oct. 24,1925

12,000.00j
18,000.00
84,250.00
175,000.00
60,000.00
35,000.00
85,250.00
77,477.35
70,000.00

200,000
25,000
75,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
65,000
50.000
50,000
50,000
60,000
25,000
50,000

Nov. 7,1925
Nov. 10,1925
Nov. 14,1925
Nov. 17,1925
N O T . 21,1925
do
Nov. 24,1925
Nov. 25,1925
Nov. 27,1925
Dec. 2,1925
Dec. 4,1925
Dec. 5,1925
Dee. 8,1925
Dec. 13,1925
do

100,000
26,000
50,000
100,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
30,000
40,000
25.000
50,000

208,800.00

211, 750.00
e, 400.00
43,000.00
15,500.00
370,000.00

Circulation
Total
Lawful outstanding deposits at
money
Cause deposited at date of date of suspension
of
failure
failure
A
A
C

$24,100.00
50,000.00
24,400.00
46,600.00

c

A
A
C
A
C

c
c

A-B
O

c
c
c

A
A-B
C

c
c

A
A
C
C

c
c
c
A
c
c
c
c
c
c

25,000.00
24,500.00
$9,600

59,500.00
24, 700.00
24,600,00
24,800.00
84,600.00
18,450.00
100,000.00

73,997.50
23,100.00
42,800.00
13,500.00
48,500.00
25,000.00
47,700. 00
14, 700. 00
25,000.00
40,000. (XI
6.250,00

CO

to

s

*1,882,525.08
67,344,00
224,370.00
511,612.00
377,128.00
392,492.00
159,040.00
309,344.00
142,508.00
29,765.00
498,211 00
4,020,485. XI
218,272.O
382,775.00
62,483.00
350,056.00
668,508.00
127,950.00
490,791.00
71,852.00

H
W
is

2,123,111.00
33,759.00
507,347.00
451,757.00
375,645.00
142,081.00
360,599.00
290,520.00
488,546.00
520, 572.00
633,005.00
341,515. 00
168, 630.00
262,155.00

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Farmers & Merchants National Bank, Camion
Falls, Minn
904 Farmers National Bank, Lake Preston, S.Dak..
965 First National Bank, Jefferson, Iowa
two Drovers National Bank, Denver, Colo...
First National Bank, Kifle, Colo
967 Home National Bank, Cleburne, Tex
968 First National Bank, Kiverbank, Calif
969 First National Bank, Malta, Mont
970 Security National Bank, Mason City, Iowa
971 Glasgow National Bank, Glasgow, Mont
972 National Bank of Luverne, Minn
973 First National Bank, Greensboro, Ga
974 Broadway National Bank, Denver, Colo
975
«76 First National Bank, Tama, Iowa
National Bank, Waukon, Iowa
977 First National Bank of Gilmore, Gilmore City,
87$ First
Iowa
879 First National Bank, Poeahontas, Iowa.
980 Cando National Bank, Cando, N. Dak
981 First National Bank, Oroville, Wash
982 First National Bank, Ada, Minn
983 National Bank of Wessington Springs, S. Dak..
984 Fanners National Bank, La Moure, N. Dak
986 First National Bank, Estherville, Iowa
986 Stockmans National Bank, Brush, Colo
987 Liberty National Bank of South Carolina at
Columbia, S. C
First National Bank, Pagosa Springs, Colo
989 i First National Bank, Kieier, Okla
First National Bank, Marion, N. Dak
set I Spirit Lake National Bank, Spirit Lake, Iowa..
992 | First National Bank, Deep River, Iowa_
993 First National Bank, Blue Mound, 111
994 First National Bank, Intake, Mont
995 First National Bank, Frankfort, S. Dak
996 Moline National Bank, Molina, Kans
997 First National Bank, Fulton, Mo
998 First National Bank, Shenandoah, Iowa
999 First National Bank. Cambridge, Iowa
1000 First National Bank, Oktaha, Okla
1001 First National Bank, Granada, Minn_
1002 First National Bank, Wayne, Nebr
1003 First National Bank, Noblesville, Ind
1004 Z'irst National Bank, Jonesboro, Ark_
1005 First National Bank, Saeo, Mont
1006 First National Bank, Hayden, Colo__
1007 First National Bank, Barnsdall, Okla
1008 Palm Beach National Bank, Palm Beach, Fla.
1009 First National Bank, Benson, Miuu
1010 De Smet National Bank, De Smet, S. Dak
1011 First National Bank, Milford, Iowa.
1012 First National Bank, Dinuba, Calif....




6704 Feb.
July
Mar.
Dec.
Dec.
June
June
Mar.
July
Feb.
Dec.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Apr.

14,1903
20,18)5
26, 1906
18,1919
5,1901
7, 1913
28,1913
28.1912
16.1913
1», 1907
4,1907
1,1903
10,1922
5,1871
22,1898

Dee.
May
July
June
Apr.
Nov.
Mar.
Jan.
Dee.

12,1924
16,1904
2,1906
13,1900
17,1924
1,1910

10773

8262
11564
6178
10411
10427
9738
10428
8665
8977
69CT
12250
1880
4921

25,000.00
25,000
25.000
5, 250. 00
50,000
6(i, 000. 00
200,000 3,750. 000. 00
25,000
92,750.00
150.000
54,000.00
25,000
2,000.00
25,000
65,850. 00
100,000
614,500. 00
28,000
104,250. 00
25,000
15,000. 00
28,000
49,000. 00
200,000
28,000.00
50,000
213,450. 00
50,000
226,500.00

22,1906

25,000
75,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
25.000
50,000
50,000
35,000

9687 Feb. 10.1910
11871 Oct. 4,1920
12239 July 15, 3922
9161 Apr. 30,1908
8032 Dec. 12,1905
6705 Mar. 14,1903
9930 Aug. 19,1909
20928 Nov. 29,1916
10683 Dec. 26,1914
S389 Aug. 31,1906
8358 Aug. 7,1906
2363 M a y 5,1877
9014 Oct. 25.1907
10015 May 13.1911
.11606 Feb. 5,1920
9244 Aug. 28.1908
4882 Mar. 1,1893
8086 Dec. 20,1905
9789 May 26,1910
10730 Apr. 16,1913
11460 Sept. 17,1919
12600 Nov. 6,1924
6164 Feb. 34,1902
5355 M a y 1,1900
5539 Aug. 3.1900
9158 M s y 12,1908

100,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
60,000
50,000
50.000
25,000
25,000
25,000
60, 000
50,000
100,000
30,000
25,000
25,000
50, 000
25,000
25,000
35,000
25,000

6611
12544
7377
8279
5453
12620
9714
4700
8*20

2,1902

27,500.00
74,000. 00
42, 500. 00
93,750. 00
51,000.00
291, 750. 00
06,500.00
166,312. 50
62,000.00
101,000.00
28,750. 00
21,750. 00
2,000.00
16, 250.00
80,000.00
116,000. 00
417,000.00
61,800.00
23,000.00
91,860.00
132,687. 50
206,ooaoo
18,300.00
15,000.00
2,000.00
1,000.00
48,250.00
154,875. 00
120, 400. 00
62,000.00

25,000
25,000
50, 000
200,000
50,000
100,000
25,000
60,000
100,000
75,000
25,000
50,000
200,000
75,000
100,000

Dec. 17,1925
do.
Dec. 23,1925
Dec. 24,1925
do.
Dec. 28,1925
do.
.do.
Deo. 29,1925
.....do
Dec. 31,1925
Jan. 9,1926
Jan. 16,1926
Jan. 18,1926
do

25,000
75,000
25.000
50,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
100,000
35,000

do
Jan. 30,1926
Feb. 6,1926
Feb. 8,1926
Feb. 10,1926
Feb. 23,1926
Feb. 25,1926
Feb. 27,1926
Mar. 1,1926

500,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
26,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
80,000
25,000
25, 000
60,000
62, 500
100,000
30,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
50, 000
35,000
200,000

Mar. 4,1926
Mar. 6,1926
Mar. 13,1926
Mar. 19,1926
Mar. 23,1926
Mar. 25,1926
Mar. 27,1926
Apr. 7,1926
Apr. 12,1926
do
Apr. 24,1926
May 13,1926
May 22,1926
May 26,1926
May 27,1926
June 2,1926
June 3,1926
June 4,1926
do
June 16,1926
June 22,1926
July 2,1926
July 6,1926
do
July 8,1926
July 9,1926 i

A
C
A
A
C
A
B
C
G
C

9,600. 00
12,100. 00
200,000. 00
24, 500. 00
12,100.00
6,495. 00
97,900.00
50.000.00
6,050. 00

c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
A
c
c
c
c

49,297. 50
93,200.00
6,200.00
24,300. 00
6,500.00
24,400.00
24,500.00
48, 700. 00
97,000.00
9,800.00

A
A
A
A
A
B
C
O
C

5, $50. 00
45, 200. 00
24,600. 00
24,200. 00
60,000.00
97, 700. 00
20, 000. 00
78, 700. 00
6, 250. 00

c
c

A

c
A
C
A
C
A
A
A
O
B
C

c
c

60,000.00
49.000. 00
40,000.00
8, 000.00

9,800.00

23,800. 00
24,000.00
9,800.00

333,877.00
134, 245. 00
306, 880. 00
1, 208, 552.00
318,602.00
115, 739. 00
80,908.00
136,645.00
944, 632. 00
187,074.00
523,153. 00
171,465.00
2,318,247.00
894,382.00
739, 072. 00
201, 056.00
377,430. 00
301.119. 00
80,756.00
4.52,241.00
79, 917. 00
192,334.00
382,589.00
261,882.00
453,008. 00
67,208.00
167,604.00
110,573.00
570,110.00
84,039.00
89,022.00
15,381.00
235, 288.00
258,931.00
277,896.00
690,033. 00
391,138. 00
25,182. 00
67,530. 00
502,030. 00
272,920. 00
419,317. 00
75,935. 00
126,025. 00
294, 947. 00
433, 771. 00
292, 337. 00
351, 858. 00
411,089.00

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causes of failure, dividends paid while solvent, circulation outstanding at date of failure, lawful money deposited with Treasurer of the
United States to redeem circulation, and total deposits at date of suspension—Continued
Organization
Name and location of banks

1013
1014
1015
1016
1017
1018
1019
1020
1021
1022
1023
1024
1025
1026
1027
1028
1029
1030
1031
1032
1033
1034
1035
1036
1037
1038

First National Bank, Glenwood, Minn
Whitbeck National Bank, Chamberlain, S. Dak.
First National Bank, Cumberland, Iowa
Guthrie County National Bank, Panora, Iowa..
First National Bank, Eoyalton, Minn
First National Bank, Pepin, Wis
First National Bank, Woonsocket, S. Dak
Peoples National Bank, Bennettsville, S. C
First National Bank, Eldorado, Ill_
First National Bank, Adrian, Minn
First National Bank, Cohnan, S. Dak
First National Bank, Waubay, S. Dak
First National Bank, Akron, Colo
Oakes National Bank, Oakes, N. Dak
National Farmers Bank, Owatonna, Minn
Anamoose National Bank, Anamoose, N . D a k . .
First National Bank, Veblen, S. Dak
Farmers National Bank in Lidgerwood, N . D a k .
Farmers & Merchants National Bank, Merced, Calif
National Security Bank, Fairfax, S. C
First National Bank, Lake Norden, S. Dak
First National Bank, Fulda, Minn
First National Bank, Boswell, Okla
National Bank of Franklin, Tenn
Farmers & Merchants National Bank, Lake
City, S C
City National Bank, Bismarck, N . Dak
Total

Charter
No.

Date

7742
9301
7326
3226
6731
10725
5946
10743
7539
7960
6688
6124
8548
6988
4928
9390
9858
12743

Apr. 16,1910
Nov. 14,1908
June 7,1904
July 9,1884
Apr. 9,1903
Apr. 7,1915
Aug. 6,1901
May 21,1915
Dec. 17,1904
Oct. 7,1905
Feb. 20,1903
Jan. 31,1902
Feb. 4,1907
Mar. 24,1903
May 29,1893
Mar. 24,1909
Aug. 16,1910
May 11,1925

$50,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
35,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
80,000
25,000
25,000
25,000

$28,350.00
111,500.00
66,750.00
273,900.00
37,500.00
15, 500. 00
98,050.00
27,400.00
75, 250.00
49,000.00
62,400.00
42,500.00
129,250.00
26,000.00
199,200.00
41,750.00
46,975.00

10353
12668
10714
6054
7651
1834

Jan.
Mar.
Mar.
Dec.
Feb.
May

4,1913
23,1925
3,1915
14,1901
16,1905
25,1871

100,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
35,000
60,000

26,000.00
18,250.00
84,562.50
75,447. 00
592,150.00

10681 Dec. 26,1914
9622 Nov. 12,1909

100.000
50,000

82,000.00
23,500.00

Capital

Failures

Capital

$35,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
35,000
25,000
25,000
40,000
25,000
75,000
25,000
40,000
25,000

Receiver
appointed

July 14,1926
do
July 22,1926
do
..
do
July 23,1926
do
July 27,1926
Aug. 6,1926
Aug. 16,1926
Aug. 19,1926
Aug. 20,1926
Aug. 26,1926
Sept. 4,1926
Sept. 10,1926
Sept. 18,1926
do
Sept. 21,1926

100,000 Sept. 23,1926
25,000 Oct. 1,1926
35,000 Oct. 5,1926
25,000 Oct. 7,1926
50,000 Oct. 8,1926
100,000 Oct. 18,1926
100,000
50,000

18,612,500 41.rt«S ST4. 9.1 27,487,500

A=Incompetent management.
B=Dishonesty of an officer or employee.
C=Localfinancialdepression from unforeseen agricultural or industrial disaster.




Total dividends paid
during existence as a
national
banking
association

do
do

Circulation
Lawful outstanding
money
Cause deposited at date of
failure
of
failure
A
A
C
C

c

A
C
C
B
C

c
c

o

$10,000.00
5,950.00
49,100.00
11,600.00
15,000.00
49,100.00
34,997. 50
24,500.00
6,250.00
19,800.00
24,500.00
74,550.00
24,400.00
9,700.00

B

Total
deposits at
date of suspension

$230,596.00
162,551.00
149,410.00
387,988.00
334,020.00
251,64a 00
195,852.00
209,970.00
285,868.00
256,949.00
262,019.00
171,508.00
282,358.00
216,250.00
1,446.671.00
84,022.00
141,176.00
280,454.00

A

35,000.00
24,500.00

B

96,600.00

1,128,135.00
30,680.00
236,796.00
325,328.00
264,025.00
468,950.00

97,600.00
49,400.00

719,644.00
849,178.00

$2,492,792 14,089,789.50

162,989,453

W

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3

i
3
Q
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TABLE N O . 43.—National

banks in charge of receivers, dates of

organization,

amounts collected from all sources, loans paid and other disbursements, losses on
assets returned to stockholders to year ended October 31, 1926

Title and location of banks

Farmers & Drovers National Bank, Waynesburg, Pa.
First National Bank, Billings, Mont
Second National Bank, Clarion, Pa..
Traders National Bank, Lowell, Mass
Mesa County National Bank, Grand Junction, Colo.
First National Bank, Pensacola, Fla
First National Bank, Sutton, W. Va
First National Bank, Uniontown, Pa
First National Bank, St. Cloud, Fla
First National Bank, Bluftton, Ohio
First National Bank, Eureka, S. Dak.
First National Bank, Fairfleld, Idaho
First National Bank, Medina, N. Dak....
First National Bank, Towner, N. Dak
First National Bank, Hearne, Tex
Farmers National Bank, Cooper, Tex
First National Bank, Gridley, Oalif
First National Bank, Cut Bank, Mont
Picher National Bank, Picher, Okla
First National Bank, Ranger, Tex
First National Bank, Beaver, Pa
—
Corn Belt National Bank, Scotland, S. Dak
First National Bank, Ambia, Ind
First National Bank, Desdemona, Tex
First National Bank, Sipe Springs, Tex
First National Bank, Marcus, Iowa
First National Bank, Bridgeport, Nebr
Bannock National Bank, Pocateflo, Idaho
_
First National Bank, Crawford, Tex
First National Bank, Moran, Tex
Havre National Bank, Havre, Mont..
First National Bank, Joplin, Mont
National Bank of Cleburne, Tex
Peoples National Bank, National City, Calif
"United States National Bank, Vale, Oreg
First National Bank, Vale, Ores
First National Bank, Burley, Idaho
Edwards National Bank, Booker, Tex...
First National Bank, Wendell, Idaho..
Stockmans National Bank, Poplar, Mont
Stillwater Valley National Bank, Absarokee, Mont...
First National Bank, Seeley, Calif
National City Bank, Salt Lake City, Utah
Second National Bank, Elkton, Md
First National Bank, Myton, Utah
Slate National Bank, Ardmore, Okla
Corydon National Bank, Corydon, Ind
First National Bank, Oak Grove, La
Farwell National Bank, Farwell, Tex...
::
First National Bank, Spencer, Nebr
First National Bank, Ingomar, Mont.
American National Bank, Billings, Mont
First National Bank, Fresno, Mont..
Merchants National Bank, Wimbledon, N. Dak
First National Bank, Hope, N. Mex
First National Bank, Mountainair, N. Mex
First National Bank, Lawton, Okla.
First National Bank, Colusa, Calif
Commercial National Bank, Great Falls, Mont... .
Sterling National Bank, Sterling, Colo
Payette National Bank, Payette, Idaho
First National Bank, Highwood, Mont
_
Citizens National Bank, Laurel, Mont
First National Bank, Magdalena, N. Mex...
First National Bank, Broadview, Mont
Commercial National Bank, Wilmington, N. C
First National Bank, Winner, S. Dak
First National Bank, Wessington Springs, S. Dak
First National Bank, Rupert, Idaho...
First National Bank, Warren, Mass
First National Bank, Harlowton, Mont
First National Bank, American Falls, Idaho
First National Bank, Clifton, Ariz
Springfield National Bank, Springfield, Ohio
First National Bank, Roundup, Mont
First National Bank, Gregory, S. Dak
First National Bank, Bottineau, N. Dak


489
S13
623
631
633
S42
549
654
589
590
593
694
596
597
598
599
600
601
605
606
C10
611
612
613
615
616
619
620
621
623
625
626
628
630
632
633
634
635
640
642
643
644
645
648
648
649
650
652
653
654
655
656
657
658
659
660
661
662
663
664
665
666
607
668
669
670
671
672
673
674
675
676
677
678
67i(
68!)
681

Date of
organization

Feb. 25,1865
Dec. 27,1883
Sept. 12,1883
June 10,1892
May 31,1905
Aug. 10,1880
Aug. 17,1902
Feb. 20,1844
Mar. 24,1912
Nov. 19,1900
Nov. 28,1919
Mar. 30,1912
Apr. 24,1914
Sept. 29,1905
July 6,1894
Sept. 24,1914
Mar. 14,1918
Oct. 5,1900
Feb. 3,1920
Jan. 26,1906
Feb. 10,1888
May 28,1917
July 30,1909
Sept. 2,1919
Nov. 6,1919
June 22,1910
Feb. 23,1910
July 15,1902
May 19,1913
June 5,1916
May 18,1910
Nov. 11,1916
May 6,1889
June 21,1909
July 8,1909
Jan. 14,1907
Feb. 20,1913
May 4,1919
June 30,1909
Feb. 17,1917
Aug. 11,1917
Sept. 5,1913
Nov. 19,1912
Aug. 12,1889
Apr. 10,1920
May 6,1913
May 23,1905
Mar. 2,1920
Aug. 5,1921
Jan. 18,1904
Aug. 16,1919
Apr. 5,1920
Oct. 3,1917
Sept. 17,1907
May 3,1909
Apr. 3,1919
July 18,1901
July 1,1911
Apr. 20,1914
May 2,1921
Jan. 9,1906
Dec. 29,1917
May 3,1907
Aug. 27,1912
Nov. 26,1915
Apr. 17,1922
Dec. 15,1917
Sept. 25,1902
July 20,1913
Nov. 14,1919
Oct. 27,1908
Aug. 1,1907
May 14,1901
Jan. 17,1882
May 22,1908
Feb. 22,1907
Dec. 17,1901

Capital
stock

$200,000
150,000
50,000
200,000
100,000
600,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
60,000

50,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
40,000
60,000

100,000
200,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
100,000
30,000
25,000
60,000

25,000
150,000
25,000
75,000
50,000
30,000
25.000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
250,000
50,000
25,000
200,000
125,000
50,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
150,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
30,000
200,000
150,000
200,000
150,000
75,000
25,000
35,000
60,000
25,000
200,000
30,000
50,000
' 25,000
60,000
60,000
60, 000
100,000
100, 000
50,000
50, 000
60,000

Receiver
appointed

Dec. 12,1906
July 2,1910
June 21,1912
Oct. 20,1913
Nov. 29,1913
Jan. 22,1914
Aug. 29,1914
Jan. 19,1915
Jan. 2,1918
Nov. 17,1919
Aug. 20,1920
Aug. 26,1920
Dec. 20,1920
Dec. 28,1920
Jan. 21,1921
Jan. 28,1921
Jan. 29,1921
do
Feb. 21,1921
Mar. 2,1921
Mar. 26,1921
Mar. 28,1921
Apr. 5,1921
Apr. 7,1921
Apr. 18,1921
May 18,1921
May 28,1921
June 11,1921
June 16,1921
Aug. 29,1921
Sept. 16,1921
do
Oct. 27,1921
Nov. 7,1921
Nov. 15,1921
do
Nov. 30,1921
Dee. 12,1921
Jan. 5,1922
Jan. 28,1922
Jan. 30,1922
do
Feb. 3,1922
Feb. 18,1922
Feb. 24,1922
Mar. 4,1922
Mar. 8,1922
May 13,1922
June 26,1922
July 14,1922
Aug. 14,1922
Sept. 23,1922
Oct. 26,1922
Oct. 27,1922
Oct. 30,1922
Nov. 2,1922
Nov. 18,1922
Nov. 22,1922
Dee. 9,1922
Dec. 11,1922
Dec. 13,1922
Dec. 29,1922
Jan. 4,1923
Jan. 18,1923
Jan. 30,1923
Jan. 31,1923
.do
Feb. 5,1923
Feb. 7,1923
Feb. 23,1923
Mar. 7,1923
Mar. 26,1923
Apr. 2,1923
Apr. 5,1923
do
Apr. 12,1923
do

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appointment of receiver, and closing, with amounts of nominal and additional assets,
assets, expenses of receiverships, claims proved, dividends paid, and remaining

Nominal assets at date of suspension
Estimated
good
$814,783
1,087,304
126,110
1,610, 082
280,412
1,488,390
310,050
1,080,785
98,696
453, 22S
730,777
279,978
236,201
40,132
S4.309
633,714
133, 615
91,852
177,077
741,218
426,383
217, 255
91,391
49, 505
33,994
147,933
91, 326
S78,103
9,467
64,232
298,018
13,361
1,337,969
269,826
184,455
29,968
436,036
40,627
140,281
15,898
101,355
46,108
2,140, 734
114,713
40,431
640,092
930,940
39,333
31,362
459,918
48,652
165,067
6,164
57,132
121,564
308,039
300,994
128,697
4-17, 804
241,183
63, 743
27,638
63, 740
101,460
40, 657
926,972
141,052
106,852
33, 782
129, 794
81, 571
30, 701
210,374
1,314,132
213, 681
45, 299
182,688

Estimated
doubtful
$2,013,406
505,016
294,805
1,603,429
248,785
507, 052
80,899
2,388, 716
138,332
121,751
192,169
78,894
124,538
66,665
273,349
109> 437
27,037
280,558
133,918
1,864,464
220, 623
198,069
38,298
55,484
99,097
139, 231
72,899
735,340
107,320
40,987
238,211
8,751
483, 862
100,137
590,820
286,691
412,057
99,844
26,883
102.418
139,877
44,581
1,367, 227
182,485
36,120
913,996
394, 591
75,957
21,278
413,718
137,880
270,200
39,358
118,292
9,461
22,802
408,661
405, 565
1,189,442
463, 971
123,049
187,644
102 694
354, 748
74,842
1,220,912
149, 236
223,691
198. 932
17; 771
90,142
371, 762
194, 391
167,913
112, 832
257, 777
230,932




Estimated
worthless
$130,499
552,201
19,305
30,913
165,264
401, 444
27, 210
47,999
210,960
6,352
32,303
125,972
1,583
222,990
144,913
149,856
372,056
69,651
67, 741.
264,810
75,048
50,999
18,935
56,700
30,441
' 227,297
34.264
307,421
38,667
34,323
189,443
63,552
764,506
83,608
154,190
76,745
195,347
40,852
32,408
41,613
14,313
31,417
80,930
98, 732
19,985
26,058
351,628
19,564
93,956
247,210
119,042
309 219
22,935
21,981
37,766
802

646,628
402,098
424, 765
270,603
168,413
37,428
205, 526
54,724
39, 793
548,872
53, 935
382| 175
180,403
2,118
405, 582
191, 894
211, J01
43,730
451, isOl
63,798
36.049

Additioaal
assets
received
since date of
suspension
$2,064,749
640,396
55,025
129, 794
52,705
1,073,159
35,698
976, 559
36,663
97,065
177,302
73,113
43,455
59,562
82,962
11,163
68,780
50,993
16,985
85,067
96,158
74,076
68,205
11,914
7,665
106,019
29,135
266,695
6,768
4,261
58,510
8,115
137,848
50,987
102,t)84
59,720
65,958
29,057
18,043
8,197
18,383
10,776
615,518
21,908
14,289
168, 282
139,132
22,195
21, 705
54,267
19,958
72 607
3,0*6
28,926
28,944
22,252
117,161
115,999
199,478
60,967
44,530
17,815
18 422
30,642
9,463
173, 778
32 873
4K 871
29,603
47,429
45, 590
150,083
41, 6S9
272, 016
42, 548
13, 699
30,340

Total assets

$5,023,437
2,784,917
495,246
3,374, 218
687,166
3,470,045
453,857
4,494, 053
484,651
678,394
1,152, 551
557, 957
405,747
389,349
585,533
963,670
601,488
483,049
395, 721
2,955,559
818,212
540,399
216,829
173,693
171,197
620,480
227,624
1,987,559
222,222
133,803
784,182
93,779
2,724,185
604,558
1,031,649
453.124
1,159,398
210,080
217,613
188,126
273,928
182,882
4,110,409
447,838
110,825
1,748,428
1,816, 291
157,049
168,301
1,275,113
325, 532
817.093
71,503
226,331
197,735
353,895
1,473,444
1,052,359
2,261,486
1,036,724
399, 735
270, 525
390,382
541, 575
164, 755
2,876,534
377,096
768,589
448,720
197,112
622,885
744,440
657,525
1, 797, 791
820, 262
380,573
480,009

Offsets
allowed
and settled

$546,299
218,280
49,067
148,383
32,131
647,368
12,883
330, 370
46,714
117, 703
96,312
175,417
25,087
57, 561
20,192
794, 387
30,651
40,982
11,372
277,235
73,562
54,119
38,132
4,329
7,422
10,633
12,813
92,323
4,669
3,556
30,270
1,733
342, 685
76,395
17,383
12, 774
106,215
18,493
16,054
768

5,165
7,770
149,925
7,129
6,415
117,926
81,094
35,352
27,296
76,283
12,409
13,493
2,477
14,180
26,203
18, 551
51,049
33,965
206,282
61,209
26,233
3,814
10,337
41,044
6,560
765,433
21,466
9,723
6,158
12,733
21, 796
3,123
84,363
221, 864
47, 975
20,220
30,185

Loss on assets
compounded
or sold under
order 01 com 1
$1,43*, 283
1S1,667
144,266
533,727
313,099
690,699
16,667
199,168
274,586
77,275
35,200
191,118
227,180
135,331
111,955
87,999
97,077
89,991
70,338
439,229
86,424
17,348
67,422
44,269
20,651
66,840
26, 552
382,188
120,963
64,706
39,389
22,561
874, 774
143,835
43,681
43,188
695, 648
12,374
81,727
2,823
65,307
170,700
157,662
11,129
47,233
66,684
31,637
66,131
351,056
11,498
60,863
11,691
83,090
49,954
881,808
237,048
80,361
174,346
69,456
4,415
87,413
29, 858
157,150
62,223
67.065
9,706
177,977
439, 623
210,063
156, 226
29,779
500

62,368

m
513
S23
531
538
542
£49

•5M
539
690
893
694
596

597
598
KM]

60C
661
605
606
610
611
612
618
615
616
619
620
«21
623
625
636
628
630
632
633
634
635
640
642
643
«44
645
646
648
649
650
562
653
654
655
656

657
658
659
660
661
662
663
664
665
660
667
668
669

670
671
672
673
674
675
676
677
«7S
679
680
681

EEPOBT OF THE COMPTROIXiER OF THE CURBENCY
TABLE No. 43.—National banks in charge of receivers, dates of organization,
amounts collected from all sources, loans paid and other disbursements, losses on
assets returned to stockholders to year ended October 81, 1926—Continued
Assets
Nominal
returned
value of
remaining to stockuncollected holders'
agent
assets
469
613
623
631
633
642
649
554
689
690
693
694
696
497
698
699
600
601
605
606
610
611
612
613
615
616
619
620
621
623
625
626
628
630
632
633
634
635
640
642
643
644
645
646
648
649
650
652
653
654
655
656
657
658
659
660
661
662
663
664
665
666
667
668
669
670
671
672
673
674
675
676
677
678
«79
680
681

$1,462,459
555,426

318,592
29,255
663,986
202,964
89,707
227,296
45,230
200,829
177,171
164,793
719,271
236,564
189,330
80,379
92,549
187,963
75,147
614,909
372,536
29,168
452,324
475,005
216,034
46,530
115,265
125,603
163,833
61,856
740,314
413,568
38,640
418,326
196,292
620,462
120,754
163,978
224,866
1,183, 461
147,832
174,365
254,671
216,118
75, 615
1, 471, 792
190, 416
380,361
207,911
3,248
276,744
156,321
462,353
249,101
197,058




Collected
from

$1,600,396
1,879,544
301,912
2,692,108
321,936
1,813,386
395,052
3,400,529
163,351
483,416
818,085
191,422
153,480
106,750
226,090
6,054
272,931
174,905
149,218
1,528,824
471, 662
279,602
111,275
44,626
60,675
365,044
113,112
998,139
96,600
65,641
341,987
40,317
1,254,402
284,328

495,480
181,128
357,540
137,683
119,832
49,270
143,170
69,805
2,625,951
283,047
32,425
842,956
1,255, 946
51,420
74, 874
429, 448

105,333
183,138
18,163
79,706
88,442

121, 412
640,587
556,480
791, 382
431,950
166,214
87,931
125, 374
197,000
52, 732
482,159
165, 214
308,282
167,586
171, 425
146,368
301,694
236,778
1,419,702
280,156
110,752
190,398

Collected
from
upon shareholders
$149,271
7,500
29,270
91,077
35,142
73,747
25,180
45,174
47,900
28,760
9,335
6,227
16,200
36,045
46,900
19,798
5,850
27,987
17,120
40,613
15,444
19,266
3,725
13,141
20,274
3,000
40,408
3,600
10,317
12,990
6,932
46,545
10,000
9,200
16,610
11,522
9,613
5,177
615
3,625
9,913
186,930
21,700
12,466
74, 996
35, 759
10,421
4,343
7,645
4,909
46,108
9,539
10,647
8,690
7,900
79, 084
136, 742
176,156
72, 511
41,698
4,543
3,900
11,192
12,500
90,782
14,000
2,400
3,668
19,500
30,169
15,743
53,740
100,000
16,826
6,047

Total
collected
from all
sources
$1,749,667
1,887,044
331,182
2,783,185
357,078
1,887,133
420,232
3,400,529
208,525
531,316
846,835
200,757
159,707
122,950
262,135
52,954
292,729
180, 755
177,205
1,545,944
512,275
295,046
130,541
48,351
63,816
385,318
116,112
1,038,547
100,200
75,858
354,977
47,249
1,300,947
294,328
504,6,30
197,738
369,062
147,296
125.009
49,885
146, 795
79,718
2,812,881
304,747
44,891
917,952
1,291, 704
61,841
79,217
437,093
110,242
229,246
27, 702
90,353
97,132
129,312
619,671
693,222
967,538
504,461
207,912
92,474
129, 274
208,192
65, 232
572,941
179,214
308,682
171,154
190, 925
176,537
317,437
290,518
1,519,702
296,981
110,762
195,445

Secured
and
preferred
liabilities
paid

303,488
8,745
31,588
28,192
293,583
24,132
1,090,853
25,283
32,777
277,078
34,041
117,040
34,584
128, 764,
46,900
198,953
137,186
55,271
1,189,212
59,967
131,764
51,477
21,794
22,968
297,636
53,433
802.148
86; 156
29,501
223,100
26,428
1,093,200
72,337
417,568
145,990
277,534
93,037
86,577
29,891
120,331
56, 571
1,683,171
101,042
20,063
474, 502
564. 658
25,169
57,123
331, 472
93,127
83,776
11,711
65, 366
79, 593
272,984
495, 739
367,118
83, 554
50,849
74, 633
156, 013
44, 552
148, 511
145, 078
211,120
122,973
1,610
102,158
241,485
207,186
238,577
208,607
77,112
65,726

Dividends
paid

Legal
expenses

$1,286,325
1,387,675
282,652
2,660,219
286,953
1,472,378
315,273
1,665,598
152,706
453, 695
463,157
124,173
22,022
53, 258
63,642

$51,832
28,950
11,197
15,983
6,376
32,474
39,166
62,195
4,738
10,674
43,044
9,869
2,758
6,156
9,394
3,200
6,542
3,115
4,056
42,885
2,638
15,077
6,173
1,699
3,618
10,026
6,022
14,097
808
900
5,464
614
12,256
2,773
3,165
3,117
7,678
2,971
1,181
265
1,131
2,322
17,416
7,323
702
2,871
7,233
1,073
1,158
8,439
994
9,306
. 1,332
' 1,607
1,134
1,662
17, 748
6,416
10,466
6,032
6,672
737
2,099
3,758
176
25,217
2,388
2,416
614
11,363
719
4,122
3,007
18,206
1,024
1,629
1,294

46,467
71,052
225,835
380,926
54,035
47,400
12,312
43,850
33,695
114,736
2,747
32,907
51,062
5,007
154, 574
189,649
38,024
15,476
24,330
21,315
12,115

950,300
170,644
6,834
318, 638
662,102
8,597
8,363
58,083
10, 727
20,803
293, 430
127,183
216, 879
89,837
74,635
17,173
16,503
"l68,"779'
22,319
111, 702
30,294
46,427
44,065
1,221,258
49,853
95,099

199

HEPOET OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

appointment of receiver, and closing, with amounts of nominal and additional assets,
ussets, expenses of receiverships, claims proved, dividends paid, and remaining

in Amount Amount of
Receivers* Balanceof
hands
returned assessment
salary
comptroller to shareupon
and other
and
holders in
shareexpenses
receiver
cash
holders
$73,816
158,580
28,588
75,415
35,557
71,886
28,898
139 680
25, 798
34,170
59,046
32, 674
17,887
18,881
22,948
2,854
25,768
25,763
25,834
47,536
19,358
44,671
21,028
10,548
17,038
30,548
14,823
59,184
10,489
12,550
43,742
14,053
37,905
29,569
27,781
21,112
25,530
21,979
18,265
2,938
17,989
11,127
54,232
25,738
14,470
60,514
31,931
12,738
12, 573
37,493
13,631
34,930
3,932
8,932
9,829
22,890
35,509
30,866
55,561
26,951
27,500
6,628
13,923
20,921
11,770
41,267
18,291
38,625
16,101
11,015
21,685
25,403
18,132
37,732
20,372
13,292
18,019

$54,091
8,354

16,812
12,763
92,203

$200,000
150,000
50,000
200,000
100,000
500,000
50,000
$350 000

4,510
10,071
37,387
14,999
14,691
20,992
40,476
49,386
49,499
4,463
1,998
20,192
3,258
9,139
48,382
31,609
1,147
3,012
18,142
12,043
33,990
7,994
6,871
16,791
7,344
107,762
2,822
61,427
25,780
14,264
59,689
2,590
43,151
19,165
25,167
32,859
188,893
14,523
15,551
17,087
38,619
10,997
8,734
189,167
13,457
56,522
9,147
55,235
21,681
18,138
3,929
17,126
18,719
25,307


18005°-—27- -14


50,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
40,000
50,000
100,000
200 000
50,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25 000
5a 000
25,000
100,000
30,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
150,000
25,000
75,000
50,000
30,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
250,000
50,000
25,000
200,000
125,000
50,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
150,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
30,000
200,000
150,000
200,000
150,000
75,000
25,000
35,000
50,000
25,000
200,000
30,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
50,000

Amount
of claims
proved

$1,570,643
1,850,300
323,761
2,830, 343
478, 277
1,882,688
350,303
1, 395, 738
346,509
497, 496
801,165
325,939
308,005
295,884
215, 777
850,674
439, 651
243,528
249, 823
1, 229, 946
634,867
347,840
94,800
123,129
114, 258
146,167
112, 324
1,526, 918
137, 334
70,054
459, 629
44,011
2,471,601
351,773
759, 662
310, 432
968,638
57,865
78,974
79,815
118,219
43,781
1,583,870
252,055
68,355
793,436
945, 860
41, 654
55, 770
849,907
200,947
580,956
47,458
170, 564
155,261
252,957
869,280
194,530
1,460,090
449,153
188, 346
229,236
208,426
276, 999
107, 891
1, 652, 221
177, 669
637, 572
318,844
279,256
458,366
524, 593
444, 776
1,934, 491
593,058
173, 659

380,394

Divi- Interest
dividends
dends Finally closed
(per cent) (per cent)
75
75
86
94
60
77.5
90
100
43.75
91.02
55
37.07
6.66
18
42

Aug. 10,1926
Sept. 13,1926
Mar. 31,1926
100

Oct. 9,1926
Mar. 1,1926
D e c . 31,1925
N o v . 30,1925

10
30
17
60
15
50
10
30
30
7.5
2
47
10
10
5
53.75
5
5
5.95
20
22
22
60
67.7
10
40
75
20
15

16
22.5
13.4
30.25
30
15
20
35
7.5

em

F e b . 28,1926
Oct. 9,1926

J u l y 19,1926

J u n e 30,1926
Oct. 18,1926

J u n e 30,1926

A p r . 17,1926
J u n e 15,1926
S e p t . 30,1926

5

10
7
40
6.5
8.85
10

63.133
8
25

469
513
523
631
633
642
549
5,54
589
590
693
594
59S
597
59$
599
600
601
605

Aug.

7,1926

610
611
613
613
61 It
616
619
620
621
625
flW
6?8
630
63?
633
634
635
640
642
643
644
645
646
648
649
660
652
653
654
655
666
657
658
659
66(1
661
662
663
664
665
666
fi«7
668
fififl
67(1
671
fi71
67S
674
f>7f
<W
671
fi7f
67C
6<<r
681

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BEPOBT OF THE COMPTBOLLEB OF THE CtTEEENCY

TABLE NO. 43.—National banks in charge of receivers, dates of organization,
amounts collected from all sources, loans paid and other disbursements, losses on
assets returned to stockholders to year ended October 31, 1926—Continued

Title and location of banks

683
684
685
686
687
688
689
691
693
694
695
696
697
701
702
703
704
706
707
70S
709
710
711
713
714
715
716
717
718
719
720
721
722
723
724
725
726
727
728
729
73.1
732
733
734
735
736
737
738
739
740
741
742
743
744
745
740
747
748
749
751
752
783
754
755
7.56
757
758
760
761
762
783
764
786

Date of
organization

Llano National Bank, Llano, Tex
_.
Farmers & Merchants National Bank, Jefferson, Iowa.
City National Bank, Jerome, Idaho
First National Bank, Nampa, Idaho
First National Bank, Rock River, Wyo
First National Bank, Highland, Wis
First National Bank, Joseph, Oreg.
Peoples National Bank, Salisbury, N . C.
First National Bank, Big Sandy, Mont...
First National Bank, Willow City, N . DakFirst National Bank, Grandfleld, Okla
First National Bank, Sapulpa, Okla
First National Bank, Chester, Mont.,
First National Bank, Henryetta, Okla.,
First National Bank, Carroll, Nebr
First National Bank, Shelby, Mont.
Fairfleld National Bank, Fairfield, Iowa
Howard National Bank, Howard, S. Dak
Roundup National Bank, Roundup, Mont
First National Bank, Oswego, Mont
First National Bank, Lovington, N . M a x . .
First National Bank, Wells, MinnFirst National Bank, Mitchell, S. Dak
Cavalier County National Bank, Langdon, N . Dak
American National Bank, Three Forks, Mont
Lehigh National Bank, Lehigh, Okla
City National Bank, Coalgate, Okla
First National Bank, Grey Eagle, Minn
First National Bank, Fairview, Mont
_
First National Bank, Carter, Mont
First National Bank, Hemingford, Nebr
Union National Bank, Beloit, Kans
_
_
Texas County National Bank, Quymon, Okla
Tucson National Bank, Tucson, Ariz
National Bank of Barnesville, Ohio
___
Citizens National Bank, Roswell, N. Mei
_
First National Bank, Lancaster, Minn
__•
First National Bank, Tolley, N . Dak
Citizens National Bank, Crosby, N . Dak
First National Bank, Turtle Lake, N . Dak
First National Bank, Soper, Okla
First National Bank, Springfield, S. Dak
Farmers National Bank, Tishomingo, Okla..
First National Bank, Seale, Ala
First National Bank, Manville, Wyo
First National Bank, Woodworth, N. Dak_
First National Bank, Lenapah. Okla...
First National Bank, Poplar, Mont
First National Bank, Lansford, N . Dak
First National Bank, Forsyth, Mont
Condon National Bank, Condon, Oreg
First National Bank, Moore, Mont
Miners National Bank, Henryetta, Okla
First National Bank, Schulter, Okla
Merchants National Bank, Mandan, N . Dak
First National Bank, Webster, S. Dak
First National Bank, Dodson, Mont
Sioux Falls National Bank, Sioux Falls, S. Dak
First National Bank, Sentinel Butte, N . Dak
First National Bank, Beach, N . Dak
First National Bank, Bisbee, N . Dak
National Bank of Carlsbad, N. Me*
Dakota National Bank, Dickinson, N . Dak
First National Bank, Lusk, Wyo
First National Bank, St. John, Wash
First National Bank, Warrond, Minn
_
First National Bank, Brookings, S. Dak
_
First National Bank, Ronan, M o n t . .
First National Bank, Harrison, Nebr...
First National Bank, Clarkston, Wash
First National Bank, Carthage, S. Dak
_
First National Bank, Ouida, S. Dak
Commercial National Bank, Miles City, Mont
Nowata National Bank, Nowata. Okla
First National Bank, Castlewood, S. Dak

Jan. 5,1901
Dec. 28,1911
Dec. 22,1919
Sept. 15,1906
Apr. 24,1919
June 14,1916
Dec. 11,1905
Mar. 10,1908
May 9,1917
Apr. 18,1903
Apr. 24,1911
Aug. 19,1901
Nov. 15,1917
June 29,1903
Aug. 21,1901
Dec. 14,1916
Dec. 24,1907
Aug. 13,1915
Oct. 26,1914
Jan. 8,1918
May 26,1917
Dec. 12,1891
Feb. 8,1882
Jan. 28,1908
Apr. 30,1917
Feb. 14,1901
Mar. 10,1920
May 28,1907
Aug. 26,1921
Apr. 25,1917
July 27,1912
Mar. 24,1903
Mar. 21,1922
Feb. 21,1918
Jan. 29,1903
Apr. 20,1903
May 14,1919
May 17,1905
Apr. 14,1914
June 8,1907
Apr. 15,1913
Oct. 2,1907
July 23,1913
Sept. 28,1814
May 1,1918
Apr. 26,1919
Aug. 18,1919
July 28,1916
Mar. 16,1906
June 10.1904
Mar. 24,1906
Jan. 7,1907
Feb. 20,1913
Mar. 5,1917
Aug. 24,1914
Nov. 19,1902
Aug. 23,1917
Nov. 14,1882
Feb. 10,1915
May 26,1909
Apr. 1,1903
July 8,1903
Mar. 4,1905
June 23,1919
Mar ...11,1918
Aug. 4,1920
Nov. 15,1883
Aug. 81,1910
June. 28,1907
Mar. 16,1903
Mar. 20,1916
Jan. 17,1920
Aug. 15,1895
Aug. 23,1902
Oct. 2,1901




Capital
stock

$50,000
40,000
30,000
200,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
100,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
60,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
30,000
100,000
100,000
25,000
25,000
35,000
50,000
25,000
40,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
100,000
100,000
200,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
30,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
75,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
150,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
40,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
250,000
25,000
25,000

Receiver
appointed

Apr. 18,1923
Apr. 27,1923
May 24,1923
June 1,1923
June 14,1923
do.
do
July 3,1923
July 7,1923
July 12,1923
July 21,1923
July 30,1923
do
July 31,1923
Aug. 13,1923
Aug. 27,1923
Aug. 30,1923
Sept. 1,1923
Sept. 6,1923
Oct. 5,1923
Oct. 8,1923
Oct. 22,1923
Oct. 23,1923
Oct. 29,1923
doNov. 8,1923
-do
do.
do.
Nov. 9,1923
Nov. 10,1923
Nov. 13,1923
do
Nov. 14,1923
do
Nov. 16,1923
Nov. 19,1923
Nov. 21,1923
dodo
Nov. 22,1923
Nov. 28,1923
Dec. 6,1923
Dec. 10,1923
Dec. 11,1923
do
Dec. 14,1923
Dec 17,1923
.do.
Dee. 18,1923
do
Dec. 20,1923
Dec. 21,1923
do
Dec. 26,1923
Jan. 2,1924
Jan. 21,1924
Jan. 24,1924
do
do
Jan. 28,1924
Feb. 6,1924
Feb. 7,1924
do
do
Feb. 9,1924
do
Feb. 9,1924
Feb. 12,1924
.do
do
do
Feb. 15,1924
Feb. 19,1924
do

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201

appointment of receiver, and closing, xoith amounts of nominal and additional assets,
assets, expenses of receiverships, claims proved, dividends paid,, and remaining

Nominal a. sets at date of suspension
Estimated
good
$112,936
63,691
58,182
94, 366
88,029
108,961
478, 878
15,951
80,630
41,304
219, 280
35, 274
547,977
153,317
79,131
13,338
75,257
56,178
58, 678
112,400
166,679
458, 659
404, 632
38, 395
79,658
107, 244
13,849
47,361
15,858
69,998
321,654
180,421
413,189
457, 554
123, 511
89,131
22,707
19, 745
95,358
46,632
80,056
57, 574
12,830
60,365
31,237
40,923
37,830
19,819
242,350
103,031
46,657
357,810
38,086
45,048
125,681
33, 605
1,748. 843
98, 731
297,840
86,439
731,798
17,446
36,597
100,653
117,758
337, 212
30,884
205, 675
98, 887
58, 572
69,633
806,234
288, 368
108,897

Estimated
doubtful
$172,844
117,029
37,312
31,174
122,998
17, 833
114,303
255, 458
30,367
143, 859
129, 679
566,071
105, 382
516, 671
257, 311
218,301
48,353
150, 855
31,316
48, 843
113, 607
652, 820
846, 395
171,990
50,025
149,623
103,050
57,799
74,354
56,628
159,664
169,837
48 653
174,932
53,910
847,636
156,379
103,412
119,835
41,582
129, 292
95,280
119,943
145,551
29,928
99,313
81,959
111,276
94,211
299,147
103,632
138,147
190, 573
24,320
176,697
113,962
63,939
746,250
48,156
160,685
143,983
220,201
153,683
76,268
67,235
102,560
428,037
155, 788
247,817
170,037
165,098
79,432
9-46,948
240,028
53,246




Estimated
worthless
$141,127
33,066
42,676
179,530
66,034
28,640
138, 678
575, 563
41, 592
42,626
170,847
235,987
115, 343
201,869
194,165
57, 715
231,384
65,710
318, 478
15 588
79,202
297, 201
57,902
54,696
33, 574
86,078
76,102
60,287
171,967
16,553
48,563
233,227
54,570
320,416
520,999
672,204
77,025
60,218
72,757
84,386
142,062
59,725
86,292
36,977
35,676
27,321
22,085
74,294
75,580
140,196
75,577
53,270
111,563
25,831
211,368
74,918
69,802
458,547
43,647
96,317
41,049
216,322
91,909
46,111
47,400
30,983
381, 524
34,080
107,309
15,439
129, 011
54,917
677,140
115,811
64,991

Additional
assets
received
since date of
suspension
$153,591
24,455
15,862
22,757
27,742
31,777
41,133
57,794
3,224
17,185
6,282
117,840
29,429
88,465
19,633
18,138
4,911
9,448
6,925
19 309
45,784
92,515
58,689
39,029

10,770

6,511
79,646
4,200
12,864
8,442
28,844
191,726
42 012
36^488
127,985
73,814
36,515
36,233
37,658
28,425
11,985
7,783
7,170
184
7,843
4,604
44,447
13,922
13,346
•40,258
25,407
22,607
86,937
13,760
43,385
22,675
8,331
162,771
18,062
49,499
27,061
102,320
30,355
9,737
26,135
34, 912
148,711
14,112
28,315
25,899
13,089
19,961
85,018
174, 656
24,829

Total assets

Loss on assets
Offsets
compounded
allowed
and settled or sold under
ui vi£x ox uuiirv

$580,498
238,241
154,032
233,461
311,140
166, 279
403,075
1,367,693
91,134
284,300
348,112
1,139,178
285,438
1,354,982
624,426
373,285
297, 986
301,268
412, 895
142,418
350,993
1,209,215
1,421, 645
670, 347
132,764
321,870
366,042
136,135
306,546
97,481
307,069
916,444
325,656
945,025
1,166,448
1,717,165
359,050
222,570
249,995
250,251
329,971
242,844
270,979
195,542
133,812
162,475
189,414
237,322
202,986
721,951
307,647
260,681
746,883
101,997
475,498
337,236
175,677
3,116,411
208,596
604,341
298,532
1, 269,641
293.393
168, 713
241,423
286,213
1, 295, 484
234,864
589,116
310, 262
365, 770
223,933
2,515,340
818,863
311,954

$159,195
7,904
14,789
160
24,803
12,095
5,318
111, 213
3,896
6,588
94, 570
238,548
263
71,910
29,147
28,173
4,589
24,434
11, 329
43, 955
55, 705
52,494
4,404
8,429
1,818
12,145
1,778
10,644
1,498
11,053
44,367
45,203
14,683
119, 398
62,105
15,797
25,189
48,029
9,146
18,881
7,542
6,273
413
23,630
609
5,348
2,672
8,880
35,457
10,676
V.540
197,716
24,704
15,075
15,987
2,377
369,409
6,040
20,770
14,625
131,967
10, 589
6,311
10, 932
27,515
41,104
10,001
50,554
10,839
13,013
2,172
90,705
62,355
3,679

$148,676
29,301
786
54, 621
98,142
20,869
36,369
91,648
34,235
67,604
162,571
163, 548
183,580
699,153
194,108
6,878
14,213
37, 573
152, 670
154, 691
48,002
118, 545
1,562
27, 529
1,329
15, 236
92,365
19, 620
3,113
58,655
40,518
257,972
13,474
220,031
11,264
11,800
87,753
4,796
190,427
36,901
13, 211
172,658
10,456
69, 885
109,794
1,611
18,899
71,847
8,033
117,258
54,173
3,003
27,824
21,135
199, 815
29,885
10,770
6,312
351,836
12,759
26,073
9,449
12, 815
89,060
21,267
37,875
26,789
7,156
102,817
17,120

683
684
685
686
687
688
689
691
693
694
695
696
697
698
699
701

702
703

704

708
707
708
709
710
711
713
714
715
716
717
718
719
720
721
722
723
724
725
726
727
728
72S
731
732
733
734
735
736
737
738
739
740

741

742
743
744
745
746
747
748
749
751
752
753
754
75.r
756
757
758
760
761
762
763
764
765

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BEPOET OF THE COMPTBOLLER OP THE CURRENCY

TABLE N O . 43.—National banks in charge of receivers, dates of organization,
amounts collected from all sources, loans paid and other disbursements, losses' on
assets returned to stockholders to year ended October SI, 1926—Continued
Nominal
value of
remaining
nncollected

684
685
686
687
688
•689
691
693
694
685

Assets
returned
tostockholders'
agent

$144,335
93,580
43,663
127,229
75,880
40,974
154,454
633,994
19,221
101,240
413,693
14,811

6«9
701
702
703
704
706
707
708
709
710
711
713
• 714

715
716
717
718
719
729
721
722
723
724
725
726
727
728
729
731
732
733
734
735
736
737
738
739
740
741
742
743
744
745
746
747
748
749
751
752
763
764
755
756
757
758
760
761
762
763
764
765

187,688
159,114
242,496
138,822

127,539
87,950
32,200
637,293
546,669
441,911
50,462
223,427
240,376
210,440
59,907
84,276
496,890
86,059
639,731
863,490
208,222
113, 690
115, 330
109,646
171, 871
66,007
19,312
162,735
71,324
148,872
124,963
207,768
268,059
160,807
103,178
1,235,662
111, 762
350,741
176, 297
228,902
169,375
61,530
61,356
127,805
776,227
117,248
315,326
115,364
206,189
124,109
1,459,865
312, 772
163,566




Collected
from

$128,292
107,456
94,794
51,451
112,315
92,341
206,934
630,838
33,782

108,868
90,971
323,389
86,784
583,919
213,483
179,120
41,277
120,284
108,252
73,139
120,147
468,215
703,937
222,470
46,344
95,296
98,285
41,992
65,842
32,963
153,085
334, 669
194,394
672, 370
487,845
871, 639
123, 767

71, 891
114, 213
120, 979
120,663
88,756
79,624
22,471
44,719
72, 669
74, 272
70,304
103,883
305,658
148,099
120,145
224,141
23,120
189, 361
132,618
48,987
1,311,525
60,909
222,060
101,298
556,936
100,670
74,799
118,078
389,093
86,348
223,23«
146,184
120, 779
97,652
957, 614
340,919
137,589

Collected
from
upon shareholders
$9,100
21,600
5,989
5,900
20,310
8,300
11,009
66,007
875
2,525
8,452
42,000
2,000
27,374
4,000
3,248

58,475
13,660
7,669
10,262
17,362
28,436
35,949
5,507
7,533
3,800
2,780
7,800
22,900
12,709
11,000
28,600
21,947
26,464
98,400
43,713
5,300
9,000
16,638
4,500
12,087
500
1,000

1,000
7,790
10,954
12,114
11,100
6,350
21,535
35,075
8,490
18,251
2,242
6,800
6,620
2,450
52,188
8,576
14,282

12,000
28,987
19,723

16,630
18,000
16,095
82,655
1,334
25,850
26,383
11,193
8,989
51,742
22,580
10,305

Total
collected
from all
sources
$13TV392
129,056
100,783
57,351
132,625
100,641
217,943
696,845
34,657
111, 393
99,423
365,389
88,784
611,293
217,483
182,368
99,752
133,944
115,921
83,401
137,509
496,651
739,886
227,977
53,877
99,096
101,065
49,792
88,742
45,672
164,085
363,269
216, 341
586, 245
915, 252
129,067
80,891
130,851
125,479
132, 750
89,256
80,624
23,471
52,509
83,623
86,386
81,404
110,233
327,193
183,174
128,635
242,392

25,362
196,161
139,238
51,437
1,363, 713
69,485
236,342
113,298
585,923
120,393
91,429
177, 686
134,173
471, 748
87,682

249,086
172, 567
131,972
106,641
1,009,356
363,499
147,894

Secured
and
preferred
liabilities
paid
$64,295
65,635
56,986
5,644
20,686
165,888
223,027
22,886
68,730
56,132
173,030
77,964
279,431
152,948
60,723
87,091
88,796
81,158
43,928
81,645
280,151
586,059
179,665
32,939
63,454
59, 979
17,882
48,784
26,270
26,061
121,087
108, 618
412, 362
79, 568
702,096
45,742
28,334
67,927
104,220
35,024
48,932
18,028
10,149
70,371
44,172
48,041
41, 739
182,987
114, 713
73,045
123,575
6,473
64,731
55,100
37,383
598,283
39,251
125,091
78,887
423,263
32,551
35,174
69,034
66,204
254,478
38,935
67, 516
36, 453
82,567
63,172
548, 595
154,212
96,045

Dividends
paid

Legal
expenses

$40,578
46,844
22,700

$3,439
1,383
755
4,182
5,308
4,987
1,118
11,792
218
1,108
1,426
14,869
1,318
11,405
3,993
610
4,734
760
774
374
1,420
2,641
16,924
541
470
375
914
2,024
507
275
4,710
15,242
1,751
6,528
3,974
6,088
794
75
638
1,345
235
758
838
962
2,073
357
3,721
1,447
591
166
601
236
1,034
238
3,757
385
1,059
31,853
397
2,145
1,898
2,575
1,424
1,735
2,292
4,071
2,194
2,332
2,583
2,891
449
1,935
10,126
7,536
3,241

30,405
49, 702
29,874
404,952
11,175
33,647
116,848
134,071
17,660
83,151
19,140
22, 785
167, 994
82, 465

9,964
20,850
12,226
90,256
162,132
69,106
216,002
409,988
93,899
26,816
12,853
52,129
30,424
18,650
29,188
26,030
46, 305
69,480
47,682
33, 758
83,323
13,858
84,380
59,107
606,459
14,604
76,781
84,966
61,467
37,688
81, 635
43,629
98, 373
15,185
147,994
103,442
15,071
300,558
134,101
24,799

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203

appointment of receiver, and closing, with amounts of nominal and additional assets,
assets, expenses of receiverships, claims proved, dividends paid, and remaining

in Amount Amount of
Receivers' Balanceof
returned assessment
hands
salary
to shareupon
and other comptroller holders in
and
shareexpenses
cash
receiver
holders
$14,792
10,061
12,924
8.624
17,748
13,559
17,324
29,569
8,122
14,178
8,218
35,773
6,317
27,882
23,528
25,434
3,705
16,602
15, 770
8,195
10,830
31,183
50,783
36,978
7,663
12,766
10,900
8,503
9,734
3,881
16,787
25,330
19,496
40,577
15,589
31,353
12,293
9,325
14,598
14,832
9,645
11,738
9,939
4,481
8,867
3,770
12,463
9,586
11,327
18,050
17,618
10, 547
19,000
4,793
28,887
18,109
6,309
85,404
9,001
19,315
16,698
22,800
18,106
9,057
10,783
15,344
35,095
10,770
8,018
17,880
16,045
8,798
45,035
25,820
16,121

$24,288
5,133
8,418
38,901
9,356
11,707
8,739
27,606
3,431
16,202
3,185
158,504
19,354
12,450
4,222
27,886
18,219
11,764
14,682
3,655
10, 793
12,805
22,501
29,272
11,419
8,867
3,020
26,271
39,478
17,370
23,365
77,126
81,816
28,276
36,152
10,951
41,736
20,915
2,232
9,125
22,330
10,271
66,510
2,660
11,049
15,460
14,406
6,537
41,714
6,232
13,010
15,815
52,317
6,845
7,775
13,942
4,925
81,608
20,460
22,975
11,901
32,911
17,665
105,042
41,830
7,688




$50,000
40,000
30,000
200,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
100,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
60,000
25,000
25, 000
25,000
30,000
100,000
100,000
25,000
25,000
35,000
50,000
25,000
40,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
100,000

100,000
200,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
30,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
75,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
150,000
25,000
60,000
25,000
100,000
60.000
50,000
40,000
26,000
100,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
250,000
25,000
25,000

Amount
of claims
proved

$162,364
92,712
57,186
308,389
202, 707
90,371
763,840
48,541
224,360
146,293
547, 663
237,082
911, 605
372,054
207,888
18,668
243,031
291,385
46,947
227,865
727, 727
722,090
362, 945
54,047
250, 452
176, 760
99,646
209,852
50,853
200,565
646,645
184,333
424, 076
905,106
938,787
268,165
132, 848
153, 505
131, 378
222,089
189,196
202,834
68,213
112,419
74,372
172,164
115, 770
402,823
121,260
140.648
327, 965
44,685
327,087
222,274
93,263
1,894,215
162,462
456,158
198,717
852,070
174,733
79,705
98,774
143.649
957,960
151,073
365, 787
155,816
256,428
142, 506
1, 495, 935
383,146
165,328

Divi- Interest
dividends
dends Finally closed
(per cent) (per cent)

25
45
40

684
685
686
687

15
55
10
50
5
23
20

Mar. 31,1926

24
S
40

35
10
20
10

10
10
20
45
25
37.5
50
45
10
10
10
35
20
7.7

Mar. 31,1926
June 30,1926

50
35

Aug. 31,1926

40
15
30
20
25
31

Aug. 31,1926

25
25
32
10
17
10
35
45
70
27
10
10
40
60
10
20
35
15

694
695
696

701
702
703
704
706
707
708
709
710
711
713
714
715
716
717
718
719
720
721
722
723
724
725
726
727
728
729
731
732
733
734
735
736
737
738
739
740
741
742
743
744
745
746
747
748
749
751
752
753
754
755
756
757
758
760
761
762
763
764
765

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EEPOHT OF THE COMPTBOLLEB OF THE CUHBENCY

TABLE N O . 43.—National

banks in charge of receivers, dates of

organization,

amounts collected from all sources, loans paid and other disbursements, losses on
assets returned to stockholders to year ended October 31, 1926—Continued

Title and location of banks

First National Bank of Clovis, N. Mex
First National Bank, Charlo, Mont
First National Bank, Sidney, Mont
Stockmans National Bank, Fort Benton, Mont
First National Bank, Fort Sumner, N. Mex
Wells National Bank, Wells, Minn
First National Bank, Gering, Nebr...
Western National Bank, Mitchell, 8. Dak
First National Bank, Coalgate, Okla
First National Bank, Mclntosh, S. Dak
First National Bank, Clayton, N. Mex
First National Bank in Deining, N. Mex
First National Bank, St. Anthony, Idaho.
First National Bank, Huron, S. Dak
Farmers & Merchants National Bank, Fairbury, Nebr.
First National Bank, Golva, N. Dak
First National Bank, Lingle, Wyo.
Torrington National Bank, Torrington, Wyo
First National Bank, Poison, Mont
Farmers National Bank, Parsons, Kans
Merchants National Bank, Crookston, Minn
First National Bank, Bristow, Nebr
First National Bank, Lake Preston, S. Dak
First National Bank, Hayward, Wis
First National Bank, Plentywood, Mont
First National Bank, Sterling, Colo
First National Bank, Rocky Ford, Colo
First National Bank of Fergus County, Lewistown,
Mont.
State National Bank, Albuquerque, N. Mex
First National Bank, Marysville, Kans
First National Bank, Alexander, N. Dak
First National Bank, Pilger, Nebr
—
First National Bank, Wilsall, Mont
National Bank of Commerce, Shawnee, Okla
L.
Citizens National Bank, Hankinson, N. Dak
City National Bank, El Paso, Tex
...
First National Bank, Carlsbad, N. Mex
First National Bank, Baker, Mont
Farmers National Bank, Burlington, Kans
Drovers National Bank, East St. Louis, 111
.
First National Bank, Schuyler, Nebr
First National Bank, Morristown, S.1Dak
City National Bank, Huron, S. Dak.
First National Bank, Newcastle, Wyo
Citizens National Bank, Julesburg, Colo
First National Bank, Basin, Wyo
First National Bank, Lidgerwood, N. Dak
First National Bank, Galata, Mont.1
Citizens National Bank, Worthington, Minn
First National Bank, Poteau, Okla
National Bank of Commerce, Rochester, N. Y
Weiser National Bank, Weiser, Idaho
Citizens National Bank, Ness City, Kans.1
First National Bank, Cheyenne, Wyo
First National Bank, Lambert, Mont.
First National Bank, Bridgowater, S. Dak
Citizens National Bank, Cheyenne, Wyo
Bristow National Bank, Bristow, Okla.1
First National Bank, Harrington, Wash
First National Bank, Minnesota Lake, Minn
First National Bank, Rexburg, Idaho
First National Bank, Ririe, Idaho.
First National Bank, Putnam, Conn
State National Bank, Carlsbad, N. Mex.'...
Northwestern National Bank, Livingston, Mont
First National Bank in Clovis, N. Mex
First National Bank, Beaver Creek, Minn
First National Bank, Rudyard, Mont...
First National Bank, Groom, Tex
First National Bank, Ozark, Ala.
First National Bank, Ulen, Minn
First National Bank, Alma, Wis....
Merchants National Bank, Grinneil, Iowa
First National Bank, Morgan, Tex
First National Bank, Abbeville, Ala



Date of
organization

June 14,1907
Feb. 26,1918
Dec. 23,1907
Dee. 24,1889
Feb. 28,1907
Apr. 6,1903
Dec. 28,1905
Sept. 12,1904
Dee. 8,1900
Oct. 16,1908
Dec. 29,1900
Aug. 6,1903
Dec. 31,1900
May 19,1882
Feb. 8,1913
Apr. 14,1919
Aug. 19,1918
Feb. 3,1919
Mar. 26,1909
Nov. 18,1919
Oct. 25,1884
June 5,1909
July 24,1915
June 9,1905
May 12,1913
Oct. 29,1900
Oct. 23,1903
May 9,1904

Capital
stock

Receiver
appointed

$100,000 Feb. 20,1924
do
25,000
50,000 Feb. 26,1924
do
200,000
do..
25,000
do
75,000
25,000
do
100,000 Feb. 27,1924
100,000 . . . . . d o
25,000 Mar. 1,1924
75,000
do
40,000 Mar. 4,1924
50,000
do
65,000 Mar. 14,1924
60,000 Mar. 15,1924
25,000 Mar. 18,1924
25,000 Mar. 19,1924
35,000
do.
25,000 Mar. 22,1924
100,000 Mar. 24,1924
75,000
do
40,000
.do.
25,000 Mar. 28,1924
50,000 Mar. 29,1924
50,000 Mar. 31,1924
100,000 Apr. 5,1924
60,000
do
300,000 Apr. 12,1924

Mar. 17.1904
200,000 Apr. 14,1924
75,000 Apr. 15,1924
Aug. 25,1882
25,000
do
Jan. 22,1919
50,000 Apr. 22,1924
Aug. 2,1901
25,000
do.
Apr. 11,1919
100,000 Apr. 28,1924
Aug. 18,1923
30,000 Apr. 30,1924
Jan. 18.1905
500,000 May 8,1924
Oct. 14,1904
100,000 May 14,1924
May 19.1900
25,000 May 20,1924
Aug. 19,1913
55,000 May. 21,1924
Sept. 10,1903
200,000 May. 22,1924
Apr. 30,1913
50,000 May 24,1924
Sept. 4,1882
25,000
do
May 11.1910
do
June 3,1907
Mar. 23,1904 ~~~~25~6o6~ June 12,1924
25,000
do.
Sept. 29,1909
35,000 June 14,1924
May 15.1916
50,000 June 17,1924
May 29.1901
25,000 June 18,1924
Oct. 10.1917
25,000 June 19,1924
June 7,1901
do
25,000
Jan. 14,1904
Feb. 1,1906 1,500,000 June 21,1924
75,000 June 23,1924
Feb. 19.1906
45,000 July 3,1924
Feb. 3,1906
200,000 July 9,1924
Dec. 29,1870
25,000 July 16,1924
Apr. 20.1918
25,000 July 18,1924
July 23,1903
100,000 July 21,1924
Jan. 15,1906
do.
25,000
Nov. 23.1911
50,000 Aug. 6,1924
July 10,1908
25,000
Apr. 5,1902
do.
50,000 Aug. 11,1924
Jan. 19,1904
25,000
Oct. 9,1916
do.
Mar. 23,1864
150,000 Aug. 13,1924
Feb. 8,1917
75,000 Aug. 25,1924
Mar. 27.1917
100,000 Aug. 30,1924
Feb. 28,1924
50,000 Sept. 4,1924
Jan. 4,1909
30,000 Sept. 20,1924
May 29.1918
25,000 Oct. 4,1924
Aug. 16.1919
25,000 Oct. 6,1924
35,000 Oct. 23,1924
Feb. 13,1905
25,000 Oct. 28,1924
Dec. 12,1903
25,000 Nov. 7,1924
May 16,1906
Apr. 28,18S3
100,000 Nov. 12,1934
May 3,1902
35,000 Nov. 13,1924
Aug. 17,1901
100,000 Nov. 14,1924

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REPOET OF THE COMPTROLLER OP THE CURRENCY

appointment of receiver, and closing, with amounts of nominal and additional assets,
assets, expenses of receiverships, claims proved, dividends paid, and remaining

Nominal assets at date of suspension
Estimated
good

Estimated
doubtful

Estimated
worthless

Additional
assets
received
since date of
suspension

Total assets

Offsets
allowed
and settled

$5,185
12,356
25,014
10,315
81,982
47,253
36,541
31,831
15,306
10,192
8,171
5,321
81,124
39,077
7,131
5,986
8,573
19,919
29,348
151,194
38,023
5,703
55,303
3,567
89,403
48,201
390,830

$27,339
470,454
252,126
85,609
393,700
50, 628
196,375
463,871
59,230
75, 621
100,843
193, 783
938,783
162,379
22,914
47,111
48, 570
56,400
313, 273
752,444
97, 071
79,237
181, 021
133,898
269,033
162, 213
1,473,857

$28,000
62,561
32,690
798,011
01,865
901,924
253,229
509, 732
345, 544
103, 589
217,934
252,457
206,458
851,487
91,506
76,454
52,914
46,686
109,949
112,264
557,258
85,731
109,207
161,661
191,366
566,659
152,393
2,307,203

$2,521
290,148
453,156
20,170
15,871
113,727
261,195
161,521
48,945
93,915
156,092
218, 988
265,511
148,925
35,842
67,224
50,498
51,548
107,480
344,707
SO, 038
201,387
295,107
58,241
282,733
76,017
833,221

$600
4,863
54,339
60,077
10,285
81,248
38,199
92,947
58,608
27,182
33,958
24,960
128,390
97,004
35,489
3,019
8,017
17,026
45,778
83,165
88,102
114,370
15,047
32,162
13,505
49,114
110,022
302,495

$28,600
87,284
847,631
1,563, 370
177,929
1,392,743
•455, 783
1,080, 249
1,029,634
238,946
421,428
540,352
747,619
2,152, 785
438, 299
138, 229
175,266
162, 780
263,675
616,182
1,742, 511
347, 210
404,878
669,951
397,010
1,167, 539
500,645
4,916, 778

1, 086, 248
128,028
98,263
116,055
4,544
498, 560
61, 532
1,885,305
229.143
89,083
187,375
36S, 514
183,098
10,602

905,692
414,224
112, 856
138,972
33,162
449,972
107, 787
3,381,887
691.804
110, 292
218,309
351,033
331,264
100,832

581,873
297,133
87,299
74,016
47,363
264, 224
97,130
357,977
71,372
58,529
77,534
164,452
164,900.
109,728

84,992
146,824
18,065
44,921
3,098
114,344
16,886
1,261,268
274,743
26,590
46,744
17,457
15,431
12,355

2,658, 805
986,209
316, 483
373,964
88,167
1,327,100
283,335
6,596,437
1,267,062
284,494
529,962
898, 456
694, ©93
233,517

-97,318
2, 783
536, 259
30,139
15,423
19, 877
27,005
43,315
5,773

231,640
90,751
181,300
152,343

320,876
97,738
116, 219
504,763

143,383
86,930
44,739
200,587

126,131
23,410
19,799
42,104

822,030
298,829
362,057
899,797

225, 236
105, 664
67,500
131, 765

214,643
99,147
1 337,085
433,357

102, 413
166,441
2, 271,292
551,491

54,~818
25,866
236,619
69,546

2,797,972
34,053
153, 794
1,020,533
1,050
242,774
93,395
132, 278
23,120
1, 83,760

2,820, 497
27,899
133,845
843,931

585,842
76,034
36,202
75,833

120,621
181,730
184,316
34,286
186,081

122, 629
78,105
66,588
13,044
33,340
209, 287
70,607
100, 759
728,625
S2.562
81,215

145,815
240,590
89,377
•31,665
9,824
93,641
146,581
75,474
286,488
13,671
114,117




Loss on assets
compounded
or sold under
order of court

15,953
105,442
100,361
52,913
23,072
439,914
9,655
40,949
55,256
210,013

767
768
770
771
772
773
774
775
776
777
778
779
780
781
782
783
784
785
787
788
789
791
794
795
796
797
798
799

969,048
129,110
8,155
86,886
20,992
159,815
35, 716
432,188
81,047
6,583
37,913
29,724
39,130

801
802
803
804
805
806
807
808
810
811
812
813
814

32,560
18, 357
53,795
19,335

61,193
7,291
4,098
370,118

817
818
819

597,110
397,118
3, 912 496
1,186,159

55, 274
24,449

58.318
26,783
1,057,353
14,951

822
823
824

6, 621,410
141,088
335,834
2, 005,743
3,255
411,595
381,237
873,760
249,211
2,460, 465

585,709
3,530
22,170
177,516

29,402
48,246
503,666
188, 481
182, 201

417,099
3,402
12,993
65,446
2,205
18,798
60,866
53,500
3,324
208,433

72,866
88,639
35,167
11,620
13,401
69,001
99,673
113,448
450,521
20,157
86,533

11,730
20,715
6,526
1,503
1,874
43,621
16,437
22,057
98,378
4,607
4,291

353,040
425,049
197,658
57,732
58,439
415, 560
339,298
311,738
1,563,912
100,997
286,156

29,837
15,477
5,140
1,390
1,053
15,648
20,273
11,481
25,508
16,957
5,853

192,657
62,804
13,757
5,418
525

17,487

12.325
27,260
36,876
1,106
176,952

$8,958
11,479
1,839
104,815
35,960
78,497
6,108
14,815
42,623
172,071
15,728
61,706
55,493
1,460
7,860
124

40

395, 297
1,247
10,378
39, 216
1,844
4,032
25

157, 749
41,682
4,847
9,133
168, 795
4,301
39,069
7,908
121,693
1,803
8,659
63,976
3,501
126,795

815
816
820
821

h27
829
830
831
832
833
834
835
836
837
838

839
840
841
842
843
844
845
846
847
850
851
852
853

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TABLE NO. 43.—National banks in charge of receivers, dates of organization,
amounts collected from all sources, loans paid and other disbursements, losses on
assets returned to stockholders to year ended October 81, 1926—Continued
Assets
Nominal
returned
value of
remaining to stockimcollected holders'
agent
assets
767
768
770
771
772
773
774
775
776
777
778
779
780
781
782
783
784
785
V8/
788
789
791
794
795
796
797
798
799
801
802
803
804
805
806
807
808
810
811
812
813
814
815
816
817
818
819
820
821
822
823
824
827
8?9
830
831
832
833
834
835
836
837
838
839
840
841
84?.
843
844
845
846
847
860
851
852
853

Collected
from
assets

Collected
from
assessment
upon shareholders

Total
collected
from all
sources

Secured
and
preferred
liabilities
paid

Dividends
paid

$18, 520
49,488
397, 507
649,663
107,160
716,449
131,979
629,818
355,626
79,478
151,966
207,020
324,395
733, 487
286,348
38,903
64,033
62,937
87,853
477,297
1,063,099
133,039
147,451
176, 734
79,677
510,948
245,923
2,266,316

$47
14,683
261, 323
380,938
58,928
287,879
78,225
464,907
263,536
41,972
72, 397
126,053
210,667
412,002
100,050
22,202
44,868
35,228
48,067
154,154
34, 598
50,589
72,775
57,602
40,011
237,762
72,020
985,799

$13,450
23,858
39,351
166,869
33,607
339,194
32,654
115,922

701,539
166,843
46,312
75,172
31,367
293,771
37,207
1,846,041
293,146
68,158
80,398
210,111
77,315
64,227

884,114
267,248
19,726
32,716
247,908
82,314
1,112,063
185,356
97,454
109,176
315,888
174,084
7,529

Legal
expenses

319,797
553,621
167,965
2,196,517

$18,520
41,470
375,032
644,888
92,327
699,577
123,589
584,613
347,226
74,478
123,042
201,093
302,463
717,137.
254,139
37,063
61,683
46,612
79,947
396,354
1,046,119
97,539
145,503
174, 734
63,991
483,566
229,223
2,119,416

326, 879
202,634
159,879
26,417
464,240
106,008
2,383,405
653, 603
101, 221
222,983
367,776
330,272
140,928

1,497,100
467,416
91,937
121, 781
40,233
615, 727
138,828
3, 244, 585
502, 273
162, 267
249,189
473,951
281,976
86,776

6,337
346,314
77,859
14,970
29,912
91,780
18,900
13,550

1,645,132
487,039
99,597
128,931
42,281
615,727
145,165
3, 590,899
580,132
177, 237
279,101
666,731
300,876
100,326

378,136
151,038
130,656

360, Mi
122,143
173,508
510,344

5,860
10,830
12,000
22,580

356,001
132,973
185,608
632,924

154,785
74,312
38,076
176,819

129,036
24,602
107, 828
328,403

5,228
1,301
505
3,225

251,694
168,687
2,068,969
750,691

231,824
177,199
786,174
403,030

8,750
9,436

240,574
186,635
786,174
417,255

102,929
104, 651
746,443
267,381

110,958
26,576

2,043
382
13,026
5,938

2,640, 822
70,809
147. 405
798,418

2,999, 682
65,602
155, 881
990,593
1,411
185,686
276,032
241,780
65,192
1,592,989

69,350
2,376
16,025
61,900
4,200
33,661
25,000
14,442
9,785
146,981

3,068,932
67,878
171,906
1,042,493
5,611
219,347
301,032
256,222
74,977
1,739,970

1,272, 662
43,909
60,255
152,048
393
157,049
14,607
188,085
56,604
353,668

1,440,939

156,710
240,777
75,989
17,273
28,803
147,070
92,915
114,930
453,014
39,828
109,618

42,805
47,236
7,825
1,590
16,383
302
6,453
17,409
77,219
1,916
47,900

199,515
288,013
83,814
18,863
45,186
147,372
99,368
132,339
630,233
41,744
157,518

74,426
192,370
56,107
14,061
14,164
118,191
62,702
59,019
271,001
8,745
6,634

101,299
52,579
11,460
. 2,664
9,869

$10,080
40,629
451,285
981,989
73,448
506, 369
248,981
360,598
644,469
134, 347
245, 571
159,017
424,107
1,292,818
89, 590
92,585
99,737
107,471
147,866
444,837
158, 735
230,600

$85,038

«-

209, 552
77, 920
437,355
141,231
685,677
167,360
112,228
20,675
131,139
224,307
176,665
1,021,414
40,711
43,890




$8,018
22, 475
104,775
14,833
16,872
8,390
45,205
8,400
5,000
28,924
5,927
21,932
16,360
32,209
1,850
2,350
16,325
7,906
80,943
16,980
35,500
1,948
2,000
15,686
27,382
16,700
146,900
148,032
19,623
7,660
7,160
2,048

i4,"225"

13,303
29,002
35,497
81,132
124,020
105, 720

289,878
878,916
65,780
41,247
100,664
219,675
136,184
875,770

96,039

84,275
810,495
3,590
35,873
259,632
47,290
1,192,854

47,576
124,953
23,150
109,246

$1,166
4,383
2,823
1,130
6,332
3,502
2,813
1,689
660
1,102
3,584
524
4,685
16,411
245
1,738
1,908
2,111
6,766
9,436
3,832
4,710
2,574
1,017
6,393
1,604
13,382
11,285
4,339
953
1,848
2644,897
3,193
27,183
1,464
412
3,671
7,271
1,647
663

10,950
316
2,804
9,014
2
2,021
2,273
577
1,042
12,110
1,162
7,199
2,147
88
98
1,232
1,512
957
£,939
400
901

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207

appointment of receiver, and closing, with amounts of nominal and additional assets,
assets, expenses of receiverships, claims proved, dividends paid, and remaining

in Amount Amount of
Receivers' Balanceof
returned assessment
hands
salary
to shareupon
and other comptroller holders in
shareand
expenses
cash
holders
receiver
$689
6,555
15,922
27,768
8,342
31,735
14,851
33, 674
25,296
11,210
21,335
19,468
21,921
40,025
18,849
6,363
9,730
11,057
10,148
21,649
43,241
10,284
14,867
15,894
9,766
26,815
21,080
75,383

$4,334
3,226
76,528
71,265
5,153
48,309
2,747
12,502
65,105
12,333
28,130
22,418
10,151
152,755
45,318
• 11,093
7,697
14,744
27,627

Amount
of claims
proved

Divi- Interest
dividends
dends Finally closed
(per cent) (per cent)

28,883
20,303
15,066
315,982

$25,000
80,000
200,000
25,000
75,000
25,000
100,000
100,000
25,000
75,000
40,000
50,000
65,000
60,000
25,000
25,000
35,000
25,000
100,000
75,000
40,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
60,000
300,000

$67,137
41,671
660,289
423,874
74,297
886,326
276,734
463,713
683,129
166,419
293, 462
352, 886
540,922
1, 564, 706
211,372
91,716
61,567
48,846
162,623
277,368
1,352,170
145, 789
275,397
621, 049
319, 246
674,203
226,973
2,890, 840

48,194
20,786
11,019
13,293
6,232
28,482
15,594
91, 647
21,031
10,901
16, 566
21,610
17,090
12,016

27,823
21,587
5,902
4,418
40,669
6,857
813, 965
79,135
312
69,300
10,851
30,740
15,901

200,000
75,000
A 000
60,000
25,000
100,000
30,000
500,000
100,000
25,000
55,000
200,000
50,000
25,000

1,460, 544
712, 003
226,695
200,540
41,377
711,127
205, 781
3,388, 060
463, 656
139,220
364,979
451, 287
496, 668
150, 597

35
40
30
40
70
30
70
35
5

21,648
19,908
17,672
24,217

45,304
12,850
21,427
260

25,000
25,000
35,000
50,000

465, 076
164,010
216,504
606,793

25
15
50
54

14,874
16,374
19,177
31, 752

9,770
38,652
7,528
26,145

25,000
25,000

394,997
265,092

27
10

75,000

960,395

10

62.550
io; 217
15, 771
37,309
275
12,821
12,816
15, 499
6,525
35,922

281,931
13,436
18,801
33,627

200,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
60,000
150,000

4,331,843
63,851
210,678
1,350,833
3,413
163,899
324,544
629, 857
210,430
1,807,112

35

15,228
11, 771
9,882
2,060
6,393
8,588
11,269
14,887
22,271
6,495
8,269

7,400
24,094
4,218

100,000
50,000
30,000
25,000
25,000
36,000
28,000
25,000
100,000
26,000
100,000

144,713
131,448
114,603
20,494
19,743
270, 847
232,512
229,300
1,245,373
46,446
145,661

96,908
2,554
13,852

11,683
11,704
4,771
10,806
145,416

14,662
19,361
23,885
9,900
106,069
2,954
32,468




$5,850

1,351

20
57
10
40 •
45
35
10
25
8
10
10
15
8
50

100
55
40
15
16.25

100

Apr. 30,1926

June 30,1926

30
60
30
June 22,1926

60.25
50
10
16.67

40
60
100
25
80
7.5

20
10
60
76

TfW
79J
794
795
796
797
798
799
801
802
803
804
805
806
807
808
810
811
812
813
814
815
816
817
818

8)9
June 17,1926

100

Dec. 31,1925

65

70
40
10
13
50

767
768
770
771
772
773
774
775
776
777
778
779
780
781
782
783
784
785
787
788

June 30,1926

8K0

821
821
823
824
827
8?9
830
831
832
833
834
835
836
837
838
839
840
841
842
843
844
845
846
847
850
861
852
853

20S

EEPOET OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE N O . 43.-—National banks in charge of receivers, dates of organization,
amounts collected from all sources, loans paid and other disbursements, losses on
assets returned to stockholders to year ended October 31, 1926—Continued

Title and location of bank3

855
856
857
858
850
860
861
862
863
861
866
867
868
869
870
871
872
873
874
875
876
877
878
879
880
881
882
883
884
885
886
887
888
8««
890
891
892
893
894
895
896
897
898
899
901
902
903
«04
905
906
907
908
909
WO
911
912
813
914

First National Bank, Algona, Iowa
First National Bank, Boise City, Okla
First National Bank, Allendale, S. C
First National Bank, Bornwell, S. C_
First National Bank, Center, Tex
Farmers National Bank, Dodge Center, Minn
First National Bank, Torrington, Wyo
Parkesburg National Bank, Parkesburg, Pa
First National Bank, Buffalo, Okla
First National Bank, Oldham, S. Dak
First National Bank, Spring Hope, N. C
Stockmans National Bank, Columbus, Mont
First National Bank, Alexandria, Minn
First National Bank, Townseud, Mont
First National Bank, Bigby, Idaho
Peoples National Bank, Hot Springs, S. Dak___
First National Bank. Sylvester, Oa
First National Bank, Salem, S. Dak.
Jefferson County National Bank, Eigby, Idaho •
Neoga National Bank, Ncoga, 111
First National Bank, Mohall, N. Dak
First National Bank, Excelsior Springs, Mo
Logan County National Bank, Sterling, Colo
First National Bank, Buena Vista, Ga
First National Bank, Hampton, Oa
Perry National Bank, Perry, Iowa._
Farmers National Bank, Hempstead, Tex
First National Bank, Crystal, N. Dak
The National Bank of Abbeville, S. C
Commercial National Bank, Charleston, S. C
First National Bank, Quincy, Fla
National Bank of Commerce, Pierre, S. Dak
Black Hawk National Bank, Waterloo, Iowa'
Lebanon National Bank, Lebanon, Tenn
First National Bank, Shelley, Idaho
First National Bank, Brinsmade, N. Dak
First National Bank, Atwater, Minn
First National Bank, Renville, Minn
First National Bank, Idabel, Okla
First National Bank, Pleasantville.Iowa
First National Bank, Cavalier, N. Dak
First National Bank, Stevensville, Mont
First National Bank, Wapanucka, Okla
First National Bank, Matoaka, W. Va
City National Bank, Clarksville, Tex
First National Bank, Montpelier, Idaho
First National Bank, Buhl, Idaho
First National Bank, Lemmon, S. Dak
_
Commercial National Bank, Greenville, Tex
Farmers National Bank, Chandler, Okla
First National Bank, Bamberg, S. C
_.
First National Bank, Bandon, Oreg..
Georgia National Bank, Athens, Ga
Osceola National Bank, Osceola, Iowa
First National Bank, Wimbledon, N. Dak
First National Bank, Hedrick, Iowa'
First National Bank, Jasper, Minn
First National Bank of Las Vegas, East Las Vegas,
N. Mex.
915 First National Bank, Conyers, Ga
916 Hugo National Bank,, Hugo, Okla
g
a
g,
917 First N t i l B k C i
F i t National Bank, Carnegie, Pa
P
918 Burgettstown National Bank, Burgettstown, Pa
919 First National Bank, Selma, N. C_
920 First National Bank, Madison, S. Dak
921 Farmers National Bank, Louisburg, N. C
922 First National Bank, Florence, S.C
923 First National Bank, Clear Lake, S. Dak
924 First National Bank, Crandon, Wis
925 City National Bank, Hugo, Okln
_
926 First National Bank, Springer, N. Mex
927 Merchants National Bank, Detroit, Minn
ft!S First National Bank, St. Cloud, Minn
929 First National Bank, Simla, Colo
980 First National Bank, Abercrombie, N. Dak
SSI First National Bank, Wausa, Nebr
Receiver appointed to complete unfinished liquidation.
Digitized for' FRASER



Date of
organization

Capital
stock

Receiver
appointed

Nov. 24,1924
Nov. 25,1924
D e c 3,1924
.do.
do

May 15.1884
Aug. 30,1917
Nov. 30.1917
Jan. 9,1919
Sept. 10.1901
Feb. 4,1903
Oct. 6,1908
Feb. 27,1880
Sept. 2,1907
Aug. 30,1912
May 6,1919
July 12.1918
June 9,1883
Jan. 81,1911
June 13.1919
May 23,1908
Mar. 11.1902
July S,1901
June 9,1919
July 11,1905
Sept. 17.1903
May 5,1905
Oct. 11,1905
Oct. 12,1905
July 13,1911
Jan. 2,1912
Apr. 6,1893
Sept. 12.1905
Oct. 16.1885
May 5.1914
May 4,1904
Feb. 13,1890
Apr. 17,1903
Apr. 13.1907
July 15.1919
Dec. 11,1908
June IS, 1914
Dec. 19,1902
Dec. 10.1906
Aug. 2,1900
Nov. 24,1911
Feb. 4.1915
Aug. 8,1901
Nov. 7,1918
Oct. 8.1914
Aug. 9,1904
Aug. 10,1917
Oct. 16.1908
Nov. 24,1904
Nov. 25.1921
Apr. 19.1920
Fob. 25,1910
Oct. 14,1902
Oct. 8,1901
Feb. 7,1903
Aug. 11,1900
Oct. 7,1902
Aug. 25,1879

$50,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
30,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
60,000
50,000
80,000
25,000>
50,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
150,000
50,000
50,000
75,000
50.000
25,000
75,000
200,000
100,000
100,000
200,000
80,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
80,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
200,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
150,000
25,000
45,000
25,000
400,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
30,000
200,000

Jan. 12,1925
Jan. 15,1925
do
Jan. 16,1926
Jan. 17,1925
Jan. 21,1925
Jan. 22,1925
Jan. 24,1925
Jan. 26,1925
do.
Jan. 27,1925
Feb. 5,1925
Feb. 7,1925
do.
do
do
Feb. 11,1925
do
_.
Feb. 13,1925
do.
do
do
Feb. 14,1925
do
Feb. 18,1925
Feb. 21,1925
do
Mar. 2,1925
.do.
Mar. 3,1925
Mar. 9,1925
Mar. 13,1925
Mar. 26,1925
Apr. 2,1925
Apr. 6,1925
Apr. 10,1925
.do.
Apr. 13,1925
Apr. 17,1925
Apr. 22,1925
Apr. 23,1925
Apr. 24,1925
May 1,1925
May 4,1925

Sept. 3,1918
Apr. 11,1905
May 16,1892
Jan. 25,1879
May 7.1915
Mar. 29,1884
Aug. 1,1912
Mar. 23.1910
June 28.1922
Mar. Hi, 1909
Feb. 10,1922
Oct. 18,1919
Feb. 9,1906
Sept. 25,1882
May 10,1919
Aug. 25,1906
Mar. 27.1911

75,000
200,000
100,000
100,000
30,000
50,000
25,000
150,000
25,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
60,000
250,000
25,000
25,000
75,000

May 12,1925
do
do
May 14,1925
May 16,1925
May 21,1925
May 22,1925
do
May 25,1925
May 29,1925
June 6,1925
June 15,1925
June 22,1925
June 24,1925
June 25,1925
June 30,1925
July 9,1925

Dec. 8,1924
Dec. 16,1924
Dec. 26,1924
Dec. 27,1924
Jan. 3,1925
Jan. 7,1925
do
Jan. 8,1925
.do.

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OB1 THE CURRENCY

209

appointment of receiver, and closing, with amounts of nominal and additional assets,
assets, expenses of receiverships, claims proved, dividends paid, and remaining
Nominal assets at date of suspension
Estimated
good

Estimated
doubtful

Estimated
worthless

Additional

assets
received
Total assets
since date of
suspension

Offsets
allowed
and settled

$510,551
89,453
85,653
95,679
157,173
69,229
258,131
234,591
78,464
86,664
171,583
39,730
226,188
26,919
340,171
73,979
117,882
73,357

$212,738
120,273
200,411
97,131
66, 323
417,626
25,546
66,923
146,527
114,512
102, 568
75, 311
330,013
52,930
342,625
101,441
105, 566
106,969

$80,493
23,857
129,161
68,283
46,307
370,429
99,817
75,618
86,087
105,880
82,604
81,382
493, 467
105,961
275,193
96,811
65,80S
67,450

$45,814
17,529
27,519
28,423
25,224
25,020
16,986
82,211
75,835
6,949
30,593
12,397
45,721
10,711
81,764
20,357
26,399
8,055

$849,596
251,112
442,744
289,516
295,027
882,304
400,480
459, 343
386,913
314,005
387,348
208,820
1,095,389
196,521
1,039,753
292,588
315,650
255,840

$28,887
17, 620
9.462
7,085
30,679
26,527
51,630
50,351
24, 538
17,287
30,376
3,854
46,203
1,497
17,835
25,592
1,764
11,512

98, 536
11, 592
132, 279
282,949
108,643
46,072
462,489
121,388
158,311
276, 265
231,376
187,303
597,405

66,307
60,558
99,534
351,688
44,232
61,249
214,831
126,969
105,849
153,733
643,034
259,814
223,923

49,126
85,300
19,411
284,520
55,780
44,929
172,325
21,142
76, 571
113,575
486,938
134,405
351,9S2

131,385
50,830
128,634
173, 594
118,611
156,439
114,209
147,202
102, 670
147,713
5 820
210,730
117,326
92,454
154, 731
263,743
153, 301
117, 240
106, 699
743, 757
56,263
104,974
34,182
225, 016
321,751

90,342
49,602
12,127
255,420
148,063
125,051
130,451
72,374
4,616
130,586

7a 718
49,755

219,058
162,713
285,918
955,089
221,487
167,724
886,842
283,592
353,452
555,340
1,388,867
608,682
1,209,394
6,868
243,879
171,156
173,778
552,016
491,003
398,647
407,625
417,990
160,891
346, 312
886,928
452,225
630,626
720,430
624, 576
1,049, 738
389,198
194, W2
303,881
3,318,159
229,546
199,691
71, 539
586,886
1,156,815

14,510
3,004
26,437
89, 725

19 861
58,555
27,301
105,342
202,858
109,006
98,188
183,494
34 155
59,946
566 624
114^ 952
77,160
121, 723
308,378
438,483
113,950
45,073
108,324
1,916,328
85,818
39, 580
1,464
84,230
432,119

5,089
5,263
34,694
35,932
12,832
15,474
37,197
14,093
12,721
11,767
27,519
27,160
36,114
6,868
2,291
12,169
5,716
17,060
21,471
8,151
64,777
14,920
19,550
8,067
314 457
8,291
54,051
65,114
14,095
120, 405
20,565
6,673
35,303
72,178
17, 309
10, 820

69, 206
4fi2| 972
1,138, 223
875, 738
165 454
237, 384
79 087
1,360| 861
146, 042
242,7C0
105,551
183,276
151,253
680,888
44, 506
106,552
221,012

155,373
397,029
611,485
497, 425

56,230
494,309
317,405
524, 290
29,654
279, 242

9,065
58,629
89,389
54,558
7,376
15,647
3,604
19,367
24,648
21,120
16,333
7,815
17,010
182,459
2,408
8,075
202,173

289,874
1,412,939
2,056,502
2, 052, 011
307,438
739,279
132 960
1, 676,201
495,107
539, 534
396,476
271,898
646,915
2,719,221
118,743
262,668
981, 815

104,954

207,008
50, 269
87,000
165, 713
232,165
107,02,1
30,540
273,838
1,451,826
35, 681
89,517
253,375




27

118,252
382,089
441,139
147,372
227,107
101, 382
25,056
53, 555
585,896
70,166
44, 317
35,385
206,922
353,190

208,973
158, 709
43, 484
167, 571
50, 207
204. 814
393,048
36,148
58, 524
305,255

508

799

4,074
30,814
26,117
2,177
41,415
58,314
20,581
50,985
7,985
1,796
15,885
23,585
44,960
5,730
12,099
11,441
3,552
176,822
18,516
11,442
5,350
31,874
73,446
12,659
1,007
22,290
193,278
3,645
7,841
20,456
125, 761
2,489
125,465
88,504
62,401
14, 728
9,544
15,273
95,679
8,241
36,188
15,222
15,096
25,070
83,870
8,576
8,172
39,345

Loss on assets
compounded
or sold under
order of court
$65,295
22,601
25,254
3,738
50,105
5,921
26, 713
21,667
26,768
786

114,817
16,732
8,423
1,988
18,483
1,285
9,320
18,396
18,160
1,142
11,088
52,908
10,874
12,390
1,146
341,873
5,559
14,501
10,607
15, 601
2,100
33, 910
13,401
44,572
5,260
10,141
68,778
104, 970
27 648
124,796
17,472
29,907
5,573
2,046
4,150
35,507
25,968

8S5
8S6

857

888
859
880
861
802
863
804
886
867
868
869
870
871
872

873
874
878
876
877
878
879
880
881
882
883
884
883
886
887
883
889
890
8»1
892
893
894
895
898
897
898
899
SOI
902
903

9M

62, 677
37, 083

905
906
907
908
90S
910
911
912
913
914

86,847
8,939
5,835

915
916
917
918

895

9,594
68, 425
16,471
2,152
19,159
310

8,519
10,224
8,995
2,339
277,256

919
920
921
922
923

tffll

925
928
927
928
929

930
931

210

BEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE N O . 43.—National banks in charge of receivers, dales of organization,
amounts collected from all sources, loans paid and other disbursements, losses on
assets returned to stockholders to year ended October 31, 1926—Continued
Assets
Nominal
returned
value of
remaining to stockuneollected holders'
assets
agent
855
856
867
858
859
SCO
861
862
863
864
866
867
870
871
872
873
874
875
876
877
878
879
880
881
882
883
884
885
886
887
890
891
892
893
894
895
898
897
898
899
901
902
W»
904
905
906
907
908
909
910
911
912
913
914
915
916
917
918
919
920
921
922
923
924
925
926
927
928
929
930
931

Collected
from

Collected
from
upon shareholders

Total
collected
from all
sources

Secured
and
preferred
liabilities
paid

178,290
197,133
125,124

$311,308
103; 028
140,761
121, 572
160,668
213,381
180,053
311,689
160,881
130,050
184,803
47,812
434,052
49,945
417, 209
86,718
116, 753
100, 721

$30,500
5,190
19,034
18,232
17,075
10,440
4,800
37,545
2,219
17,000
42,596
20,250
45, 725
14,265
46,357
18,100
16, 111
2,859

$341,808
108,218
159,795
139,804
177,743
223,821
184,853
349,234
163,100
147,050
227,399
68,062
479, 777
64,210
463,566
104, 818
132,864
103,580

$141,742
88,410
84,564
72,694
29,028
121,070
40,919
66,994
60,337
30,668
34,691
26,874
138,005
23,663
331, 559
12,028
99,575
56,838

111,253
114,380
61,304
516,379
134,679
117,674
523,791
116,461
255,400
208,023
723,555
314,033
619,309

92,010
36,009
179,781
330,825
84,867
34,888
279, 329
130,140
83,485
304,756
265,125
268,509
524,599

113, 591
38,009
184,684
423,462
105,767
64,204
305,260
155,255
94,235
353,203

49,146
14,383
4,030
196, 310
65,259
28,010
140,687
31,110
49,548
21,076
158, 782
143,919
57,895

199,123
54,629
125,145
359,162
207,861
203,188
252,358
251,211
72,621
214,222
313,016
121,042
294,780
286,586
282,553
440,787
172,726
139,748
122,489
2,032,234
103,763
139,703
63,598
310,522
613,259

34,149
92,941
44, 677
143,059
246,156
105,927
144,271
144,539
76,829
69,760
397,090
207,697
296,756
303,698
292,677
505,598
198,240
51,241
154,952
1,057,140
96,170
51,252
7,941
193,231
380,712

21,581
2,000
4,903
92,637
20,900
29, 316
25,931
25,115
10,750
48,447
121,712
60,460
39,200
99,850
65,975
19,256
1,000
6,863
1,000
2,340
20,541
19,600
9,739

227,273
671,637
772,265

60,112
528,990
1,186,794
1,045,486
99,157
171,811
39,755
1,104,771
132,412
205,931
155,346
116,944
181,673
705,789
59,840
114,849
269,371

$444,106
130,464
269,920
135,605
99,942
592,291
162,876
70,590
179,827
139,900
171,383
157,154
500,317
128,347

193,553
648,330
77,932
407,326
337,983
296,263
206, 749
139,548
431,653
1,919,338
41,332
137,308
395,843




40,612
49,833
42,249
22,650
2,525
78,805
4,800
17,975
23,106
275,219
8,009
17,100
8,800
9,158
78,511
26,836
45,400
10,889
83,389
9,897
20,500
8,275
6,583
24,368
18,524
13,900
43,961
144,741
15,350
8,490
24,600

328,969
663,799
106,718
100,124
112,197
45, 677
149, 922
247,156
108,267
164,812
164,139
86,568
69,760
437,702
257,530
339,005
326,348
295.202
584,403
203,040
69,216
178,058
1,332,359
104,179
68,352
16,741
202,389
459,223

94,"724
46,957
31,837
1,702
40,763
62, 411
108,013
13, 373
38,967
45,708
102,280
143,507
172,774
226,511
4,939
97,592
71,586
43,332
77,323
1,122,212
33,014
2,251
13, 347
104,660
93,628

86,948
574,390
1,197,683
1,128,875
109,054
192,311
48,030
1,104,771
138,995
230,299
173, 870
130,844
225,634
850,530
75,190
123,339
293,971

43,774
270,010
121,717
74,601
69,431
89,309
24,595
318,049
37,726
86,224
81,026
87,462
54,572
488, 252
18,136
3,736
166,417

Dividends
paid

$147,594
45, 022
61,338
117,914
38,617
80,074
240,563
95, 801
163,037
20,781
248,624
29,137
63,256
63,517
17,532
22,851
45,161
114, 564
179, 334
21,570
17,202
56,947
96, 743
27, 920
313, 791
104, 372
155,407
128, 545
106, 498
54,750
119,105
183,332
21, 955
22,560
107, 485
29,136
275,292
90,230
118,683
69,293
241,979
381,686
108,705
10,427
73, 745
101, 842
33,304
55,364
38,175
316,089
17,540
234,240
891,070
984,884
18,158
11,525
646, 758
59,181
76,971
67,831
28,485
142,845
201,689
48,581
91,509
81,726

Legal

$1,216
67
299
1,030
2,359
4,547
3,311
1,790
1,116
6,715
2,723
4,184
775
2,286
1,466
743
727
1,275
1,414
757
2,716
2,313
1,171
554
1,027
29
2,033
10,273
1,071
7,800
345
1,065
173
3,509
6
3,560
3,669
588
516
85
3,590
1,356
1,350
2,498
1,850
6,438
1,083
1,239
2,306
4,577
1,309
479
155
1,341
1,907
1,668
4,264
159
3,618
3,515
1,409
2,978
5,854
459
5,021
1,483
172
930
1,324
611
188
2,635

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211

appointment of receiver, and closing, with amounts of nominal and additional assets,
€tssets, expenses of receiverships, claims proved, dividends paid, and remaining

in Amount Amount of
Receivers' Balanceof
returned assessment
hands
salary
comptroller to shareupon
and other
holders in
and
shareexpenses
cash
receiver
holders

Amount
of claims
proved

Dividends
(per cent)

$21,705
8,330
8,275
5,630
13,954
17,001
11,314
16,528
11,374
8,884
13, 771
10,097
22,541
8,440
18,278
11,441
3,836
10,243

$29,551
11,411
21,635
9,112
14,488
42,586
49,235
25,149
89,599
10, 582
9,185
7,587
66,423
2,195
48,187
16,366
11,178
12,921

$50,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
30,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
C0,OO0
50,000
80,000
25,000
50,000
25,000

$591,275
114,264
289,166
168,500
236,726
759,436
228,728
343, 640
154, 962
239, 572
252, 278
138,903
830,603
72,856
635, 903
158, 770
176,006
•152, 522

25

8,715
6,561
14,359
24, 769
10,852
6,706
21, 659
12,307
9,208
12,909
23,603
11,032
24, 334

9,294
15,648
50,974
20,333
6,773
11,115
85,413
14,068
7,530
3,394
89,907
17,540
345,225
220
3,467
2,659
8,112
16,086
11,942
5,176
20,820
29,511
9,859
14,800
44,280
8,928
32, 245
18,082
31,665
66,484
9,955
9,506
14,174
68,402
28,671
4,272
1,446
47,167
25,268

25,000
25,000
25,000
150,000
50,000
50,000
75,000
50,000
25,000
75,000
200,000
100,000
100,000
200,000
80,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
80,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
200,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
150,000
25,000
45,000
25,000
400,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
30,000
200,000

121,997
74, 472
229,128
448,186
76,885
86,011
569, 664
175,800
251,089
392, 244
903, 512
304,392
992,396

40

18,616
48,494
165,495
41,040
7,213
89,061
3,953
117,957
29,628
48,471
16,821
7,943
15,095
132,832
2,430
21,204
33,101

50,000
200,000
100,000
100,000
30,000
50,000
25,000

1,588
6,766
5,555
9,520
11,113
16,165
9,750
13, 182
8,090
9,167
12,260
13,509
13,953
9,964
14,769
32,203
11,711
4,712
10,510
35.326
7,881
5,986
1,793
11,046
22,331
5,350
17,382
19,242
24,732
10,737
12,529
4,979
16,153
12, 001
13, 612
6,706
6,782
12,192
26,433
5,532
6,702
10,092




26,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
60,000
250,000
25,000
25,000
75,000

15
30
50
5
35
70
40
60
15
30
40
10
40
10
15

50
40
20
20
10
55
10
80
10
50
20
53.25

53,022
79,054
114, 621
476,422
366,533
219, 546
210, 456
358, 600
75,639
177,356
489,263
90,232
274,209
300,338
537, 734
666,252
246,417
102,709
163, 879
1,734,668
160,616
158,332

55
100
35
15
45
55
40
10
45
10
20
35

356,593
702, 5«2

10
45

175,761
746,555
1,487,990
1,641,001
181,565
345,597
59,766
404,047
394, 538
321,182
193, 798
115,841
476,147
2,016,891
64,866
228,808
544,880

10
30
70
60
10

63.5
25
50
20
20
30
38

20
60
15
25
35
25
30
10
75
40
15

Interest
-"divi.dends Finally closed
(per cent)
858
856
857
858
859
860
861
863
861
866
«67
868
869
870
871
872
873
871
875
876
877
878
879
880
881
882
883
881
.885
886
887
888
(MB
890
891
892
893
891
895
896
897
848
899
901
902
903
901
905
906
907
908
909
910
911
912
913
911
915
916
917
918
919
920
921
922
923
924
925
926
927
928
fl'fl
93(1

931

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BEPOBT OF THE COMPTBOLLEB OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 43.—National banks in charge of receivers, dales of organization,
amounts collected from all sources, loans paid and other disbursements, losses on
assets returned to stockholders to year ended October SI, 1926—Continued

Title and location of banks

932
933
934
935
936
937
838
939
940
941
942
943
944
945
916
S47
943
949
950
951
852
953
951
955
956
957
958
959
960
961
962
963

First National Bank, Eedwood Falls, Minn
First National Bank, Lumberton, N . C . . .
First National Bank, Walters, Okla
First National Bank, Lake Park, Minn
First National Bank, Sheyenne, N . D a k . . .
First National Bank, Devol, Okla
First National Bank, Dell Bapids, S. Dak
Globe National Bank, Denver, Colo
First National Bank, Libby, Mont. 1
First National Bank, Warren, Minn
First National Bank, Winifred, Mont
First National Bank, Hallock, Minn
_
First National Bank, Buffalo, Minn
Manilla National Bank, Manilla, Iowa
Loveland National Bank, Loveland, Colo
Winner National Bank, Winner, S. Dak
Muskogee Security National Bank, Muskogee, Okla—
Corona National Bank, Corona, Calif.'-.._•
.......
First National Bank, Forest City, Iowa
Davenport National Bank, Davenport, Wash
First National Bank, Pasco, Wa3h
Farmers National Bank, Laurens, S. C. !
First National Bank, Howard, S. Dak.
Gregory National Bank, Gregory, S. Dak
First National Bank, Hardin, Mont
First National Bank, Sac City, Iowa
First National Bank, Brooklyn, Iowa
Warren National Bank, Warren, Minn
First National Bank, Covington, Ga
First National Bank, Delano, Minn
First National Bank, Creston, I o w a '
Farmers & Merchants National Bank, Cannon Falls,
Minn.
964 Farmers National Bank, Lake Preston, S. Dak
965 First National Bank, Jefferson, Iowa
966 Drovers National Bank, Denver, Colo
967 First National Bank, Rifle, Colo
968 Home National Bank, Cleburne, Tex
969 First National Bank, Riverbauk, Calif
970 First National Bank, Malta, Mont
971 Security National Bank, Mason City, Iowa
972 Glasgow National Bank, Glasgow, Mont
973 National Bank of Luverne, Minn
974 First National Bank, Greensboro, Ga
975 Broadway National Bank, Denver, Colo
976 First National Bank, Taina, Iowa
977 First National Bank, Waukon, I o w a . . .
978 First National Bank of Gilmore, Gilinore City, Iowa..
979 First National Bank in Focahontas, Iowa
980 Cando National Bank, Cando, N . Dak
981 First National Bank, Oroville, Wash
982 First National Bank, Ada, Minn.
983 National Bank of Wessington Springs, S. Dak
984 Farmers National Bank, La Moure, N . Dak
985 First National Bank, Estherville, Iowa
986 Stockmans National Bank, Brush, Colo
987 Liberty National Bank of S. C. at Columbia, S. C.»
S8S First National Bank, Pagosa Springs, Colo
989 First National Bank in Kiefer, Okla
990 First National Bank, Marion, N . Dak
991 Spirit Lake National Bank, Spirit Lake, Iowa
992 First National Bank, Deep River, Iowa
993 First National Bank, Blue Mound, IU
991 First National Bank, Intake, Mont
995 First National Bank, Frankfort, S. Dak
9»6 Moline National Bank, Moline, Kans
_
997 First National Bank, Fulton, Mo
998 First National Bank, Shenandoah, Iowa
999 First National Bank, Cambridge, Iowa
1000 First National Bank, Oktaha, Okla
1001 First National Bank, Granada, Minn
1002 Citizens National Bank, Wayne, Nebr
1003 First National Bank, Noblesville, Ind
'....
1004 First National Bank, Jonesboro, Ark
1005 First National Bank, Saco, Mont..
> Receiver appointed to complete unfinished liquidation.
2
Restored to
 solvency.



Date of
organization

Mar.
July
Jan.
Feb.
Aug.
Nov.
Apr.
Feb.
Oct.
May
May
Aug.
June
Nov.
Feb.
Sept.
Nov.
Oct.
Feb.
Dec.
Aug.
May
Nov.
Mar.
July
Oct.
Dec
Dec.
Oct.
Nov.
Oct.
Feb.

Capital
stock

Receiver
appointed

July 29,1925
Aug. 4,1925
Aug. 6,1925
Aug. 24,1925
Sept. 8,1925
Sept. 17,1925
Sept. 26,1925
Oct. 1,1925
Oct. 6,1925
Oct. 10,1925
Oct. 15,1925
Oct. 16,1925
Oct. 17,1925
Oct. 20,1925
Oct. 22,1925
Oct. 24,1925
Nov. 7,1925
Nov. 10,1925
Nov. 14,1925
100,000 Nov. 17.1925
50,000 Nov. 21,1925
50,000
do
50,000 Nov. 24,1925
50,000 Nov. 25,1925
65,000 Nov. 27,1925
50,000 Dec. 2,1925
50,000 Dec. 4,1925
50,000 Dec. 5,1925
50,000 Dec. 8,1925
25,000 Dec. 12,1925
50,000
do
25,000 D e c 17,1925

11,1901
21,1904
10,1903
10,1904
28,1907
4,1919
21.1880
5,1920
25,1909
18,1901
17.1917
5,1903
7,1917
12,1901
14,1906
20.1921
8,1922
23,1906
20,1893
22,1901
22,1908
16,1916
29,1902
23.1909
20,1908
6,1890
22,1884
28.1918
28,1907
23.1910
22.1881
14,1903

$70,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
60,000
200,000
40,000
50,000
25,000
60,000
50,000
25,000
100,000
60,000
200,000
25,000
75,000

July 20,1915
Mar. 26,1906
Dec. 18.1919
Dec. 5,1901
June 17.1915
Juno 26,1913
Mar. 28,1910
July 16,1913
Feb. 19.1907
Dec. 1,1907
Aug. 1,1903
Aug. 22.1922
Aug. 5,1871
Apr. 22,1893
Dec. 2,1902
May 12,1924
July 16,1904
June 2,1906
Apr. 13,1900
Nov. 17,1924
Mar. 1,1910
Jan. 23,1892
Dec. 22,1906
Feb. 10.1910
Oct. 4,1920
July 15,1922
Apr. 30.1908
Dec. 12,1905
Mar. 14,1903
Aug. 19.1909
Nov. 29.1916
Dec. 26.1911
Aug. 31,1906
Aug. 7,1906
May 5,1877
Oct. 25,1907
May 13,1911
Feb. 5,1920
Aug. 28,1908
Mar. 1,1893
Dec. 20,1905
May 26.1910

25,000
50,000
200,000
50,000
100,000
25,000
60,000
100,000
75,000
25,000
50,000
200,000
75,000
100,000
25,000
76,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
100,000
35,000
500,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
80,000
25,000
25,000
60,000
62,500
100,000
30,000

do
Dec. 23,1925
Dec. 24,1925
do
Dec. 28,1925
do
do.
D e c 29,1925
do
Dec. 31,1925
Jan. 9,1926
Jan. 16,1926
Jan. 18,1926
do
do
Jan. 30,1926
Feb. 6,1926
Feb. 8,1926
Feb. 10,1926
Feb. 23,1926
Feb. 25,1920
Feb. 27,1926
M a r . 1,1926
M a r . 4,1926
M a r . 6,1926
M a r . 13,1926
M a r , 19,1926
M a r . 23,1926
M a r . 25,1926
M a r . 27,1926
Apr. 7,1926
Apr. 12,1926
do

Apr. 24,1926
May 13,1926
May 22,1926
May 26,1926
May 29,1926
Jnne 2,1926
June 3,1926
June 4,1926
do.

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BEPOET OF THE COMPTKOLLEB OF THE CUBBENCY

appointment of receiver, and closing, with amounts of nominal and additional assets,
assets, expenses of receiverships, claims proved, dividends paid, and remaining
Nominal assets at date of suspension
Estimated
good

Estimated
doubtful

Estimated
worthless

Additional
assets
received
since date of
suspension

Total assets

Offsets
allowed
and settled

Loss on assets
compounded
or sold under
order of court

$88,616
398,701
94,835
74,204
95, 377
19,910
175,450
2,539,757

$303,046
105,297
138,374
189,398
62,032
87,930
187,071
1,397,671

$127,066
124,828
63,640
71,312
7,065
3,699
217, 830
962,987

$21,911
10,772
14,376
8,130
21,796
3,722
19, 211
121, 923

311,225
343,044
186,270
115,261
599, 562
5,022,338

70,957
24,780
108,822
201,553
50,137
211,496
39,059
1,619,895

306,034
51, 206
289,048
394,798
83,259
358,406
74,124
420, 098

198,315
28,634
93,098
168, 962
55,521
115, 259
36,131
568, 726

410,152
234,168
132,489

237,764
171, 526
115, 706

584,420
105,668
501,371
792,816
193,819
804,558
150,944
2,821,556
89
749,426
697,028
505,473

6,422
4,878
11,530
38,554
5, 554
39, 326
8,580
300,450

86, 914
276, 703
195,123

9,114
1,048
10,403
27,803
4,902
119,397
1,630
212,837
89
14,596
14,631
62,155

9,765
26,212
28,613

46,576
15,378
1,631

217,976
249,092
296,591
178, 986
206,238
75, 744
130, 580
62,348
191, 523
83, 583

190,132
193,265
154,121
260,317
327,604
322,513
73,816

15,421
19,112
6,079
31,657
22,792
10,341
1,507
7,900
22,691
3,883

474,993
478,684
591,046
704,433
824,453
482,883
274,123

21,202
30, 727
48,348
19,120
20,819
7,492
8,493
12,105

6,332
5,258
20,851
48,047
2,136

205,437

51,464
17, 215
134,255
233,473
267,819
74,285
68,220
54,652
149,907
76,179

49,295
252, 574
431, 353
217,357
72,446
10, 692
57, 581
732, 522
63,107
55, 478
185,389
1, 828,891
631,380
266, 406
67, 401
112,945
116,956
48,780
110, 663
70,357
55,311
368,560
139,516
136,408
47, 695
85, 739
121, 501
290, 605
44,239
69,555
6,226
74,551
128,900
261,270
535, 529
259,692
39,094
52,879
209,167
297,234
229,374
58,137

70,064
133, 356
406,927
71,808
107,050
42, 459
155, 426
397,029
138, 697
408,302
82,192
293,071
196, 322
545, 797
96,762
288, 210
239,772
63,616
254, 692
39,433
106,003
351, 584
94, 782
59,858
47,420
36,229
89,000
409,078
54,396
48,942
13,585
159, 555
131,441
169,268
377,004
252, 737
22,235
47,411
259,776
124,043
277,776
42,097

90,524
109,620
687,548
76,826
83,757
100,247
69,166
180,520
86,849
159,114
35,661
441,108
199,607
153,382
79,291
225, 639
72, 261
26,130
140,919
20,576
87,969
63,229
146,515
850,888
6,691
61,567
30,239
58,412
34, 882
65,194
28,609
53, 549
197,760
134, 314
227, 526
143,442
18,500
1,989
151,658
29,244
198,077
14,067

3,094
8,676
23,919
111,372
12,326
4.901
1,040
62,619
5,651
58,544
10,625
36,879
43,026
15, 785
11,386
13,830
4,775
3,314
6,668
1,654
2,416
80,933
12,979
2,583
722
1,637
1,412
12,072
5,652
2,964
462
1,160
16,164
6,872
11,812
4,200
119
1,146
8,806
3,784
4,665
1,444




$540,639

$19,390
23,649
2,102
11,686
31, 928
52
23,804
476,721

14,016
25,393
5,219
22,838

16,199

260,648

70,317
1,668
785
3,616
425,884
25,039

4,448

364,121

18,678
212,977
504,226

1,549, 747
477,363
275, 579
158,299
283,213
1,372,690
294,304
681, 438
313, 867
2,599,949
1,070,335
981, 370
254,840
640,624
433,764
141,840
512,942
132,020
251,699
864,306
393,792
1,049,737
102, 528
185,172
242,152
770,167
139,169
186,655
47,882
288,815
474, 265
571, 724
1,151, 871
660,071
79,948
103,425
629,407
454, 305
709,892
113,745

9,407
23,529
156,591
54,210
6,070
10,245
501
112,924
4,128
17,485
12,980
296,625
38,414
16, 544
5,785
5,592
9,428
864
23,408
9,043
14,497
14, 850
24,719

53,156
3,000
5,742
87,984
11, 922
21,412
135
107,735
15, 554
5,613
1,011
50
13,301
2,800
"97425"

995
4,993
838
22,981
3,585
1,330
5,950
4,125
3,114
9,175
31,238
11, 773
1,391
2,647
32, 442
7,204
10,220
3,977

81
3,080
1,640
3,735

237

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TABLE N O . 43.—National banks in charge of receivers, dates of

organization,

amounts collected from all sources, loans paid and other disbursements, losses on
assets returned to stockholders to year ended October SI, 1926—Continued
Assets
Nominal
returned
value of
remaining to stockuncolleeted holders'
agent
$274,812
267,781
167,960
228,012

Collected
from

Collected
Total
from
assessment collected
upon share- from all
holders

13,100
40,400
64,986

$255,249
355,652
116,770
109,298
131,504
58,611
355,510
1,888,464

$48,254
170,024
102,030
7,893
130, 294
39, 820
17, 759
681, 210

18,326
300
34,250
11,850
10,200
87,337
5,479
125,466
9,300
22,325
89,459
6,227

85,471
20,621
115,180
319,202
78,491
426,685
34,058
1,625,172
9,389
200,320
325,006
235,787

45,365
10,812
26,668
55, 414
20,635

515,090
419,891
245,669

67,145
20,321
80,930
307,352
68,291
339,348
28,579
1,499,706
89
177,995
235,547
229,560

314,837
333,755
405,258
430,188
503,890
401,664
190,520
168,561
232,475
273,795

132,622
108,944
137,440
234,274
251,697
71, 591
75,110
109,055
131,646
76,609

15,866
12,659

148,488
121,603
137,440
262,624
286,797
78,766
102,135
110,255
152,046
76,834

60,563
53,927
25,113
114,046
134,123
54,192
43, 305
25,370
108, 586
21,388

167,941
276,224
979,992
274,403
215,381
103,633
140,031
567,643
241,225
601,932
227,642
1,077,225
747,613
810,163
179,807
518,613
369,316
96,234
366,010
70,760
197,521
630,715
229, 775
1,007,186
79,137
161,940
223,995
571,277
87,512
120, 797
37,004
267,172
358, 682

35,629
194,787
360,008
145, 750
64,128
38,679
64,697
680,201
48,951
140,609
73,110
1,118,364
268,754
149,050
69,248
115,405
54,970
44,742
110,223
62,217
39,681
215,941
139,298
33,126
22,396
28,239
17,319
175,828
48,072
64,528
1,848
15,872
108,734
192,661
258,604
50,252
9,269
19,967
216,665
150,970
160,153
16,934

41,429
197,787
388,708
166, 494
67,122
49,079
61,197
737, 663
53,794
147,918
90,956
1,151,064
320,220
206,202
73,808
144,634
56,970
66,986
115,306
55,044
49,256
235, 066
155,548
37, 614
30,219
31, 739
25, 319
193,728
60,472
80,003
4,348
21,722
115,334
220,286
297,279
67,327
10,069
23,592
227,815
150,970
163,109
17,934

21,016
119,316
84,052
1,358
31,848
13,233
50,819
301,447
25,399
49, 621
53,662
34,586
86, 778
109,182
28,806
80,466
39, 738
30,660
18, 305
21,523
10,605
126,154
101, 617
20,238
22,461
10,084
13,564
162,608
19,545
37,648
1,299
2,517
80,546
120,167
168,129
28,177
2,759
10,087
17,699
66,559
67,922
8,846

53,499
~2,~651,""822"
509,185
79,684
408,911
446,910
116,358
113,785
996,361

862,029
598,046
69,288
80,811
380,300
296,131
539,282
92,834




334,152
115,770
98,097
131,504
45,511
315,110
1,823,478

$26,910
21,500
1,000
11,201

Secured
and
preferred
liabilities
paid

28,350
35,100
7,175
27,025
1,200
20,400
225
5,800
3,000
28,700
20,744
12,994
10,400
6,500
57,452
4,843
7,309
17,846
32,700
51,466
57,152
4,560
29,229
2,000
12,244
5,083
2,827
9,575
19,125
16,250
4,488
7,823
3,500
8,000
17,900
12,400
15,475
2,500
5,850
6,600
27,625
38,675
17,075
800
3,625
11,150
2,956
1,000

16,912
774,465
70,306
155,181
52,858

Dividends
paid

$111,848
144,877

Legal

73, 712

$3,588
313
374
1,172

321,001
871,801-

132
2,375
9,985

32,948
179, 811
24,659
317,942
9,092
693,891
8,440
100,142
151,952
35,671
"ll3,~429"
38,614
57,473
15,000
31,508

135, 028
19,276
20,979
226, 211
78,345
18,124
971, 583
19,114

13,626

519
58
181
525
371
461
2,977
1,768
133
2,626
125
606
211
221
3,007
1,276
385
415
21
222
243
1,186
2,267
426
101
299
90
271
74
648
2062,771
1,495
46
1,045
232
356
45
647
160
20
40
369
237
1,122

17,720

325
47
83
16

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215

appointment of receiver, and closing, xoith amounts of nominal and additional assets,
assets, expenses of receiverships, claims proved, dividends paid, and remaining

in
Receivers' Balanceof
hands
salary
comptroller
and other
and
expenses
receiver
$13,575
10,434
6,669
6,799
1,210
2,706
6,688
47,127

Amount Amount of
returned assessment
to shareupon
holders in
sharecash
holders

Amount
of claims
proved

Divi- Interest
dividends
dends Finally closed
(per cent) (per cent)
30
40

$77,984
30,004
8,697
19,722

$70,000
50,000
80,000
25,000

$374,055
362,197
191,041
294,848

15,963
7,627
378,341

25,000
60,000
200,000

18, 304
493,315
3,499,139

25
25

50,000
25,000
60,000
50,000
25,000
100,000
60,000
200,000
25,000
75,000
100,000
60,000

351, 255
54,801
329, 477
607,622
130, 574
480,415
60,949
1,363,070
33,759
565,620
402, 925
304,145

10
30
20
60
15
50
25

12,280
9,162
8,182

29,955
7,779
46,419
75,431
28,282
33,553
4,787
133,093
949
115,966
60,388
20,169

8,432
8,451
4,804
9,309
9,015
8,517
3,831
4,195
10,728
6,026

79,368
23,048
107,312
25,619
140,652
14,781
16,000
22,802
17,711
17,691

60,000
50,000

316, 866
258,919

60,000
50,000
50,000
60,000
25,000
50,000
25,000

453,712
685, 630
335, 393
154,758
191, 576
50,000
315,122

4,434
5,676
14,970
6,372
6,092
4,460
3,463
13,898
4,112
6,143
4,588
18,517
8,866
7,414
4,917
7,031
4,891
5,107
7,340
6,685
3,330
9,519
4,445
3,174
3,453
3,001
3,836
8,609
2,013
2,384
675
3,486
2,469
2,860
5,363
4,046
842
1,104
3,681
3,425
4,091
1,424

15,736
71,609
287,419
23,310
9,805
10,108
6,835
195,826
24,209
13,161
14,376
123, 607
223,081
89,560
' 19,926
66,905
11,985
21,174
89,114
14,160
35,301
100,353
5,655
13,968
3,183
18,654
8,215
25,604
21,189
39,971
2,374
15,689
32,312
97,259
123,462
35,057
6,385
12,385
206,436
80,986
91,063
7,632

25,000
40,000
200,000
50,000
100,000
26,000
60,000
100,000
75,000
25,000
60,000
200,000
75,000
100,000
25,000
75,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
100,000
35,000
250,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
100,000
50, 000
80,000
25,000
25,000
60,000

100,484
273, 706
751,313
271,752
128,510
69,931
186,990
760,906
105,284
535, 791
186, 519
1,949,905
859, 510
704, 638
192, 039
229, 081
177, 021
64, 870
394, 057
67, 081
148, 741
308, 591
203,274
463,008
54,211
40,583
206,997
603,435
74,968
52,946
14,690
225,196
214,093

100,000
30,000

321,636
45,327

9,632
1,972
8,964
8,021
4,915
8,437
2,806
20,746

18005°—27

-15



885,885
36,014
455,028

932
933
914

25

Deo. 15,1925

25
60
10
25

25
30
30
10

50
15
30
30

15
10
50
10

20

Mar. 6,1926

Sept. 22,1926

936
936
937
938
939
940
941
942
943
944
945
946
947
94$
949
950
951
952
953
954
956
956
957
958
959
960
961
962
963
964
965
966
967
9RK
970
971
972
973
974
975
976
977
978
979
980
981
98?
983
984
985

20
987

25

989
990
991
992
993
994
995
fl9(S
997
999
lOOf
1001

ion?
1003
1005

216

KEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 43.—National banks in charge of receivers, dales of organization,
amounts collected from all sources, loans paid and other disbursements, losses on
assets returned to stockholders to year ended October 31, 1926—Continued

Title and location of banks

First National Bank, Hayden, Colo
First National Bank, Barnsdall, Okla.
Palm Beach National Bank, Palm Beach, Fla
First National Bank, Benson, Minn
Be Smet National Bank, De Smet, S. Dak
_..
First National Bank, Milford, Iowa 1
First National Bank, Dimiba, Calif. ..
First National Bank, Glenwood, Minn.
Whitbeck National Bank, Chamberlain, 8. D a k . . . .
First National Bank, Cumberland, Iowa
Outhrie County National Bank, Panora, Iowa
First National Bank, Royalton, Minn..
First National Bank, Pepin, Wis
First National Bank, Woonsocket, 8. Dak
Peoples' National Bank, Bennettsville, S. C.
First National Bank, Eldorado, 111
First National Bank, Adrian, Minn
First National Bank, Colman, S. Dak
First National Bank, Waubay, S. Dak
_.
First National Bank, Akron, Colo
Oakes National Bank, Oakes, N. Dak
National Farmers Bank, Owatonna, M i n n . . .
Anamoose National Bank, Anamoose, N . Dak
First National Bank, Vcblen, S. Dak
Farmers National Bank in Lidgerwood, N. Dak
Farmers & Merchants National Bank, Mercod, Calif..
National Security Bank, Fairfax, S. C.._
First National Bank, Lake Norden, S. Dak.
First National Bank, Fulda, Minn
_
First National Bank, Boswell, Okla
National Bank of Franklin, Tenn
Farmers and Merchants National Bank, Lake City,
S. C.
1038 City National Bank, Bismarck, N. Dak._

1006
1007
1008
1009
1010
1011
1C12
1013
1014
1015
1018
1017
1018
1019
1020
1021
1022
1023
1024
1025
1028
1027
1028
1029
1030
1031
1032
1033
1034
1035
1036
1037

Total..
• Receiver appointed to complete unfinished liquidation.




Date of
organization

Apr. 16,1915
Sept. 17,1919
Nov. 6,1924
Feb. 24,1902
May 1,1900
Aug. 3, lflOO
May 12,1MB
Apr. 11,1905
Nov. 14,1908
June 17,1904
July 9,1884
Apr. 9,1903
Apr. 7,1915
Aug. 6,1901
May 21,1915
Dec. 17.1904
Oct. 7,1905
Feb. 20,1S03
Jan. 31,1902
Feb. 4,1907
Mar. 24,1903
May 29,1893
Mar. 24,1909
A u g . 16,1910
May 11 1925
Jan. 4,1913
Mar. 23,1925
Mar. 3,1915
Dec. 14,1901
Fob. 16.1905
May 25,1871
Dee. 26,1914
Nov. 12,1909

Capital
stock

$25,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
35,000
200,000
35,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
35,000
25,000
25,000
40,000
25,000
75,000
25,000
40,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
35,000
25,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
50,000

27,487, 500

Receiver
appointed

June 16,1926
Juno 22,1926
July 2,1926
July 6,1926
do
July 8,1926
July 9,1926
July 14,1926

...Ido

July 22,1926
do
Ao
July 23,1926
do
July 27,1626
Aug. 6,1926
Aug. 16,192S
Aug. 19,1926
Aug. 20,1926
Aug. 26,1926
Sept. 4,1926
Sept. 10,1926
Sept. 18,1926
do
Sept. 21,1926
Sept. 23,1926
Oct. 1,1926
Oct. 5,1926
Oct. 7,1926
Oct. 8,1926
Oct. 18,1926
.do
.do.

217

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appointment of receiver, and closing, with amounts of nominal and additional assets,
expenses of receiverships, claims proved, dividends paid, and remaining
Nominal assets at date of suspension
Estimated
good

Estimated
doubtful

Estimated
worthless

Additional
assets
received
since date of
suspension

Total
assets

$58,407
182,269
213,140
47,737
167,239
172,198
397
52,431
95,001
56,050
235,065
145,778
135,932
150,314
184,060
248,020
141,356
75, 290
33,334
212,648
74,486
656,612
13, 025
40,342
139, 590
278,992
15,132

$74,118
59,7»8
197,071
101,590
227,373
292,656
2.219
107,067
133,599
84,815
237,049
165,489
128,487
137,140
163, 228
157,132
155,154
222,568
92,297
146,436
168,18i)
885, 553
75, 670
107,964
185,902
658, 287
24,891

$45,287
87,630
98,099
235,747
142,256
147,254
197,448
88,698
96,008
57,293
36,456
93,123
3,161
34,364
89,088
58,009
34,452
71,424
84,369
102, 731
27,065
67,493
12,300
75,036
17, 227
436,698
33,946

86,860

202,035

134,753

423, 648

308,687

309, 764

193,358

811,809

06,838,038

98,446,545

59,660,132

Loss of assets
Offsets
compounded
allowed
and settled or sold under
order of court

$42,738
2,385
46,563
8,560
2,657
5,826
4,245
348
1,680
3,660
1,811
1,143
709
542
30,315
1.52S
1,658

40

$220,550
332,082
554, 873
393,634
639,525
617,934
200,064
252,441
324, 956
199,838
512,230
406,201
268,713
323,627
436,918
493,476
332,490
369,282
210,000
463,473
269,740
1, 609,658
100, 095
223,342
342,719
1,374,017
74, 069

$5,097
44,887
43, 337
8,639
7,863
3,792
1,467
1,823
1,658
2,602

$976

5,306
8,763
3,938
4,934
4,388

56

17,973,693

27, 23S, 144

1006
1007
1008
1009
1010
1011
1012
1013
1014
1015
1016
1017
1013
1019
1020
1021
1023
1023
1024
1025
1636
1027
1028
1029
1030
1031
1032
iffiB
1034
1035
1038
1037
1038




22,483,698

277,427,413 )

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BEFOBT OF THE COMPTBOLLEB OF THE CUBBENCY

TABLE NO. 43.—National banks in charge of receivers, dates of organization,
amounts collected from all sources, loans paid and other disbursements, losses on
assets returned to stockholders to year ended October SI, 1926—Continued
Nominal
value of
remaining
uncollected
assets
1006
1607
1008
1089
1010
1011
1012
1013
1014
1015
1016
1017
1918
1619
1020
1021
1022
1023
1024
1026
1026
1027
1028
1029
1030
1031
1032
1033
1034
1035
1036
1037

Assets
returned
to stockholders'
agent

Collected
from
assets

Collected
from
assessment
upon shareholders

Total
collected
from all
sources

Secured
and
preferred
liabilities
paid

Dividends
paid

Legal
expenses

$43,256
72,385
160,920
38,185
65,015
53,137
30,480
46, 517
29,104
39,335
73, 605
27,869
18,119
36,399
49,196
60,865
48, 211

$18,687
16,309
12,463
29,333
19,806
28,990

$79
130
75
19
343
10

18,113
23, 796
5,984
27,278
15,121
7,652
17,228
24,144
22,968
30,276

15

10,253

10, 253

562

10,861

$178,197
219,360
375,027
347,185
474,897
563,524
200,064
203,481
294,029
158,845
436, 063
378,342
245,288
277,919
389,909
427,677
279,835
369,282
210,000
453,220
269, 740
1,609,658
100,995
223,342
342,719
1,363,156
74,069

10,861

143

$37,256
67,835
136,509
37,810
56,765
60,618
46, M7
29,104
39,336
73, 565
27,859
18,119
35,845
43,071
60,865
48, 211

$6,000
4,550
24,411
375
8,250
2,519
30,480

654
6,125

28
64
60

1

423,648

I

811,809

"~

1

1038
121,024,982

86,038




111,106,556 1 9,653,064

120,758,620

51,108,207

48,242,240

1,398,461

REPOHT OF THE COMPTBOLLEB OP THE CURBENCY

219

appointment of receiver, and closing, with amounts of nominal and additional assets,
assets, expenses of receiverships, claims proved, dividends paid, and remaining

in Amount Amount of
Receivers' Balanceof
hands
returned assessment
salary
comptroller to shareupon
and other
holders in
and
shareexpenses
cash
receiver
holders
$1,894
3,341
2,806
2,166
2,3(>7
2,761
1,140
1,586
1,102
1,468
2,030
1,424
1,030
2,012
963
1,219
813

$22,596
52,605
145,576
6,667
42,499
21, 376
29, 340
26,803
4,206
31,883
44,257
11,286
9,437
17,095
24, 039
36,688
17,122

$25,000
26,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
35,000
200,000
35,000
50,000
25,000

984

8,706

10,182

6,443,250

13,209, 261

Divi- Interest
dividends
dends Finally closed
(per cent) (per cent)

40,000

536

Amount
of claims
proved

50,000
50,000

$103,387

1006
1007
1008
1009
1010
1011
iO12
1013
1014
1015
1016
1017
1018
1019
1020
1021
1022
1023
1024
in?.*;
1026
1027
1028
1029
1030
1031
1032
1033
1034
1035
.1,036
1037

231,412
189,288
328,908
200, 607
83,384
77,423
97. 309
174,179
13,236
85, 277
125, 717
92, 795

_ _ —-|

1038

j




357,201 I 24,020,000

158,155,321

—

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EEPOBT OP THE COMPTBOLLER OF THE CUEBENCY

TABLE N O . 44.—National banks restored to solvency after having been placed in
charge of receivers
Title and location of bank
Abington National Bank, Abington, Mass.
Farley National Bank, Montgomery, Ala..
First National Bank, Arkansas City, Kans.
City National Bank, Brownwood, Tex
Citizens National Bank, Spokane Falls, Wash..
First National Bank, Philipsburg, Mont.
Bozeman National Bank, Bozeman, Mont
Montana National Bank, Helena, Mont
First National Bank, Great Falls, Moat
First Nations Bank, Kanklakee, 111
First National Bank, Orlando, Fla.
Citizens National Bank, Muncie, Ind
First National Bank, Port Angeles, W a s h . . .
.._
State National Bank, Denver, Colo
American National Bank, Denver, Colo
First National Bank, Sioux City, Iowa
Hampshire County National Bank, Northampton, Mass
Seventh National Bank, New York, N . Y
First National Bank, Austin, Tex.
Bolivar National Bank, Bolivar, Pa
Federal National Bank, Pittsburgh, Pa
First National Bank, Allegheny, Pa
First National Bank, Brooklyn. N. Y
Union NationalBank, Sommerville, Pa
First National Bank, Burnside, Ky
First-Second National Bank, Pittsburgh, Pa
Marion National Bank, Marion, K a n s . .
".
First National Bank, Gallatin, Tenn
American National Bank, Pensacola, Fla
First National Bank, Islip, N . Y
Farmers and Merchants National Bank, Mount Morris, P a .
Union National Bank, Providence, Ky
First National Bank, Perry, Ark
Third National Bank, Fitzgerald, Ga
Wharton National Bank, Wharton, Tex
First National Bank, Casseiton, N . Dak
First National Bank, Daytona, Fla
First National Bank, Kilksen, Tex
First National Bank, Streeter, N . Dak
State National Bank, Carlsbad, N . Mex
..-.
Nocona National Bank, Nocona, Tex
First National Bank, Tombstone, Ariz
First National Bank, Lafayette, Colo
First National Bank, Poplar, Mont
First National Bank, Lawton, Okla
NationalBank of Hastings, Hastings, Okla
First National Bank, Mohall, N . Dak.
First National Bank, Ackennau, Miss
Merchants National Bank, Ada, Okla
First National Bank, Watts, Calif.
First National Bank, Wetumka, Okla
First National Bank, Tower City, N . Dak
Milnor National Bank, Milnor, N . D a k
First National Bank, Spanish Fork, Utah
Citizens National Bank, Jamestown, N . Dak
Citizens National Bank, Sisseton, S. Dak
Farmers National Bank, Red Oak, Iowa
Powell National Bank, Powell, Wyo
First National Bank, Walhalla, N . Dak
C ity National Bank, McAlester, Okla
First National Bank, Volant, Pa
First National Bank, Libby, Mont
Farmers National Bank, Laurens, S. C

Receiver
appointed
Aug.
Oct. 7,1891
June 15,1893
June 20,1893
July 1,1893
July 8,1893
July 23,1893
Aug. 2,1893
Aug. 5,1893
do.
Aug. 14,1893
...do.
Oct. 5,1893
Aug. 24.1895
July 26.1896
Jan. 7,1897
May 23,1898
June 27,1901
Aug. 3,1901
Oct. 1,1903
Oct. 21,1903
Oct. 22,1903
Oct. 25, 1907
Oct.
Sept. 16.1908
July 17.1909
Jan. 7.1913
Mar. 12,1914
Sept. 25, 1914
Dec. 2.1914
Feb. 30.1914
Feb. 4.1915
May 12.1915
June 17,1915
July 3, 1915
Dec. 29,1915
Apr. 6,1915
Nov. 16, 1917
Feb. 16, 1920
Mar. 16,1921
Mar. 19, 1921
Aug. 25,1921
Sept. 2a, 1921
Nov. 16,1921
Dec. 9, 1921
Dec. 12, 1921
Jan. 22,1921
Jan. 4,1922
Feb. 12, 1922
June 20, 1922
Oct.
Nov. 20.1923
Nov. 2.1923
Jan. 7, 1923
Mar. 28, 1923
Mar. 28.1924
Mar. 21,1924
do 24, 1924
27,1924
June
June
Mar.
Oct.
Nov.

23,1924
24.1924
7,1925
6, 1925
21.1925

Total, 63 banks..

Capital
stock
$ ISO, 000
100,000
125,000
150,000
150,000
50,000
50,000
500,009
250,000
50,000
130,000
200, 000
50,000
300,000
500,000
100,000
250,000
500, 000
100,000
30,000

2, ooo: ooo
350,000
300,000
50,000
25,000
3,400,000
25,000
50,000
300,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
30,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
75,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
200,000
25,000
25,009
25,000
100,000
50,009
40,000
50,000
30,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
60,000
40,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
40,000
50,000
11, 770,000

NATIONAL BANKS WHICH FAILED SUBSEQUENT TO SOLVENCY

Citizens National Bank, Spokane Falls, Wash.1.
First National Bank, Port Angeles,1 Wash.1
First National Bank, Orlando, Fla.
First National Bank, Arkansas City, Kans. 1
1
Ben Hill National Bank, Fitzgerald, Ga.1 '
State National Bank, Carlsbad, N . Mex.
1
First National Bank, Mohall, N . Dak.
1
First National Bank, Lawton, Okla.1
First National Bank, Poplar, Mont.

Dee. 3,1894
Apr. 26,1895
Nov. 29,1895
Oct. 19.1899
Mar 6,1916
Aug. 25,1924
Jan. 22,1925
Nov. 18,1922
Dec. 17,1923

Total, 9banks..

 i Second failure.


150,000
50,000
85,000
100,000
50,000
75,000
25,000
200,000
25,000
760,000

i Formerly !'Third National Bank.'!

221

BEPORT OP THE COMPTKOLLEK OP THE CURRENCY

TABLE N O . 45.—Dividends paid to creditors of insolvent national banks during
the last year, with the total dividends in each case -up to November 1, 1926
Dividends paid during the year
Name and location of bank

Date of appointment of
receiver

Total
dividends
paid to
creditors
(per
cent)

Amount

Per

5,1920

$39, 223. 69

10

80

20,1926

91, 509.00

40

40

1
1

Apr.
May
Dec.
Mar.
Nov.
Feb.
May
Nov.
Jan.
Feb.
Nov.
Nov.
Jan.
May
June
July
Nov.
June
Apr.
May
June
Aug.
Jan.
Mar.
Aug.
Oct.
Nov.
June
Feb.
Aug.
Apr.
Aug.
Nov.
Feb.
May
July
Aug.

1,1926
9,1926
19,1926
21,1926
21,1925
18,1926
21,1925
25,1926
IS, 1926
6,1925
15,1926
11,1926
16,1925
21,1925
12,1926
15,1926
5,1926
16,1926
3,1925
11,1926
6,1926
12,1926
11,5926
3,1926
4,1926
19,1926
27,1926
21,1926
10,1925
23,1926
25,1926
23, 1926
2,1926
17,1926
14,1925
25,1926
4.1926
19,1926
3,1926

Mar.
Apr.
Dec.
Feb.
July
Feb.
Oct.
May

18,1926
2, 1926
7, 1925
10,1926
19,1926
19,1926
6,1926
15,1926

Mar.
Mar.
May
Aug.
Sept.
Sept.
Nov.

3,1926
18,1926
21,1926
2,1926
13,1926
15,1926
25,1925

' 849. 73
64,630. 25
'2.13

Nov. 27,1925

' 93. 36

Date

I

National Bank of Abbeville, Abbeville, Feb. 7,1925 Apr.
S. C.
First National Bank, Abercrombie, N. June 30,1925 Jan.
Dak.
State National Bank, Albuquerque, N. Apr. 14,1924 Feb.
Mar.
Mex.
First National BaL£, Alexander, N. Dak- Apr. 15,1924
First National Bank, Alexandria, Minn. Jan.

8,1925

First National Bank, Alexandria, S. Dak- June 23,1924
First National Bank, Algona, Iowa

Nov. 24,1924

First National Bank, Allendale, S. C
First National Bank, Alma, Wis

Dec.

First National Bank, American Falls,
Idaho.
State National Bank, Ardmore, Okla

Mar. 26,1923

Georgia National Bank, Athens, Ga

Apr. 17,1925

3,1924

Nov. 7,1924
Mar. 4,1922

First National Bank, At water, Minn

Feb. 14,1925

First National Bank, Baker, Mont

May 20,1924

First National Bank, Bainberg, S. C
First National Bank, Bandon, Oreg

Apr. 10, 1925
Apr. 13,1925

National Bank of Barnesville, Barnes- Nov. 14,1923
ville, Ohio.
Dec. 3,1924 Nov. 5,1925
First National Bank, Barnwell, S. C
First National Bank, Basin, Wyo_.

June 14,1924

First National Bank, Beach. N. Dak
First National Bank, Beaver Creek,
Minn.
Union National Bank, Beloit, Kans

Jan. 24,1924
Sept. 20,1024
Nov. 13,1923

Farmers National Bank, Big Sandy,
Mont.
American National Bank, Billings,
Mont.

Jan.

3,1922

First National Bank, Bluftton, Ohio
First National Bank, Bottiueau, N. Dak.
Bristow National Bank, Bristow, Okla. .
Refund to stockholders (32.22 per
cent).
First National Bank, Bristow, Nebr

Nov. 17,1919
Apr. 12,1923
July 21,1924

Sept. 23,1922

2,642.61
1, 663. 47
441, 705. 80
1 194. 54
16, 001.14
1
3,830. 63

82, 340. 71
< 746. 82
83, 747. 85
1 79. 32
' 194.05
1 117. 81
87,990. 92
1.45
' 691. 33
1 122. 63
59,036.88
1 223.45
44,356. 34
1 665. 54
'84.50
22, 929. 73
45, 983. 97
1 442. 43
1 3,016. 38
79,246. 08
101,842.40
1 3, 398. 05
47, 552. 71
71, 552. 52
24, 231. 44
13, 989. 34
9,848. 06
' 578. 90
47,199. 38
1
1,427. 78
24, 341. 96
1
776. 41
" 2,700.00
34,245. 75
'211.98
16, 880. 75
1
4,365. 45
75, 379. 59
1 376. 32
31, 876. 84
' 610. 60
11,460. 32

10
10

"16"

00. 25
10

"so"

15

10
"is"
10
8.85
10
10
10
15
15
10
10

20
S.8S
40

"16"
25

"6"

16"'
45
45

20

"16"

30

"35"
.....

50

"16"

17
10

' 170. 33
' 429. 98
1 165. 37
' 78. 94

Oct. 13,1926
Dee. 14,1925
M a y 3,1926

1 12.16
30, 920. 25
» 142. 50

Mar. 6,1926
Mar. 24,1924

30.28

1 3,534.64
15.159. 99

25
10.5
10

1 1,353. 45

June 24,1926
Aug. 10,1926
Jan. 22,1926 i

10

6.2

10

01.2
25
100

40

10
98, 372. 69 10
First National Bank, Brookings, S. Dak.. Feb. 9,1924
1
Represents payments made during tho year on additional claims on account of dividends previously
declared.



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TABLE N O . 45.—Dividends paid to creditors of insolvent national banks during
the last year, with the total dividends in each case up to November 1,1926—Con.
Dividends paid during the year
Name and location of bank

Date of appointment of
receiver

Stoekmens National Bank, Brush, Colo.. Mar. 1,1926

Date

Amount

Per
cent

Total

dividends
paid to
creditors
(per
cent)

July 8,1926
$41,456.61 20
Sept. 13,1926
11,975.78
20
First National Bank, Buena Vista, Qa... Jan. 26,1925 June 5,1926
21,569. 69 20
Sept. 24,1926
1 201. 37
20
First National Bank, Buffalo, Minn
Oct. 17,1925 May 15,1926
155,459.85 30
June 23,1926
1 24,351.39
30
First National Bank, Buhl, Idaho
Mar. 20,1925 Mar. 18,1926
62,320.73 15
Apr. 19,1926
> 6,165.74
July 28,1926
1635. 56
Sept. 27,1926
»171.30
15
Burgettstown National Bank, Bur get ts- May 14,1925 Dec. 2,1925
782,530.38 50
Apr. 24,1926
town, Pa.
' 38,253. 76
Sept. 10,1926
U64,100.11
60
10
First National Bank, Burley, Idaho
Mar. 26,1925
do
24,329. 72
5.95
5.95
Farmers National Bank, Burlington, May 21,1924 Jan. 8,1926
1196.10
Kans.
Apr. 9,1926
36,402.09 10
May 15,1926
i 267.15
30
Farmers & Merchants National Bank, Dec. 17,1925 Aug. 17,1926
31,506.54
10
Cannon Falls, Minn.
Aug. 25,1926
U.70
10
First National Bank, Carlsbad, N. Mex. May 14,1924 June 17.1926
1 103. 97
40
National Bank of Carlsbad, N. Mex
Feb. 6,1924 Feb. 20,1926
' 6, 750. 50
50
First National Bank, Carnegie, Pa
May 12,1925 Mar. 3,1926
168,965.77
10
Aug. 12,1926
1 10,116. 54
Oct. 11,1926
150, 525.28 10
70
First National Bank, Carroll, Nebr
Aug. 13,1923 May 6,1926
17,660. 31
5
5
24,798.16
15
First National Bank, Castlewood, S. Dak. Feb. 19,1924 Apr. 22,1926
June 8,1926
".94
15
First National Bank, Cavalier, N. Dak.. Feb. 21,1925 Nov. 14,1925
68,382.40 20
Mar. 13,1926
34,356.01 10
May 3,1926
30
1 4,746.95
First National Bank, Center, Tex.
Dec. 3,1924 Nov. 23,1925
1211.98
Dec. 10,1925
29,383. 09 12.5
Feb. 8,1926
1107.10
May 7,1926
> 267. 33
12.5
May 8,1926
29,478.60
50
Sept. 29,1926
1 410. 70
Farmers National Bank, Chandler, Okla.. Apr. 10,1925 Feb. 24,1926
44,600. 79 15
10
40
June 14,1926
25,723.09
Commercial National Bank, Charleston, Feb. 7,1925 D ec. 12,1925
10
98,184.08
8. O<
Mar. 1,1926
1 4, 669. 51
10
July 28,1926
• 1,518. 59
First National Bank, Charlo, Mont
Feb. 20,1924 Mar. 18,1926
17
67
7,074.90
11, 501. 63
Citizens National Bank, Cheyenne, Wyo. July 21,1924 Nov. 11,1925
10
60
Feb. 27,1926
136, 364. 20
First National Bank, Cheyenne, Wyo
July 9,1924 Jan. 4,1926
11, 758. 54
Mar. 1,1926
326,926.33 10
Mar. 8,1926
1 213,114. 91
35
June 5,1926
187,274.62
Second National Bank, Clarion, Pa
June 21,1912 June 29,1926
4
86
12, 945.14
First National Bank, Clarkston, Wash^.. Feb. 12,1924 June 5,1926
20
60
33,679.27
City National Bank, Clarksville, Tex
Mar. 9,1925 Feb. 1,1926
55,153.01 70
Mar. 23,1926
1 7,771.78
Apr. 13,1926
17,978.88 20
May 18,1926
1303.59
July 28,1926
10
9,023.19
100
Oct. 15,1926
' 109.06
First National Bank, Clayton, N. Mex... Mar. 1,1924 July 12,1926
29,319.71 10
Sept. 13,1926
10
126.50
First National Bank, Clear Lake, S. Dak.. May 25,1925 May 8,1926
15
15
National Bank of Cleburne, Tex
Oct. 27,1921 Jan. 27,1926
16,237.37
5
Mar. 29,1926
• 733.59
15
The Home National Bank, Clebnrne, Tex. Dec. 28,1925 July 29,1926
19,276.46
15
First National Bank, Clifton, Ariz
10
Apr. 2,1923 Sept. 15,1926
• 423.06
First National Bank in Clovis, N. Mex
Sept. 4,1924 Feb. 20,1926
> 1,808. 79
July 16,1926
1 66. 51
40
First National Bank of Clovis, N. Mex... Feb. 20,1924 May 18,1926
12,971.49 20
Sept. 17,1926
20
116. 35
8tockmen's National Bank, Columbus, Jan. 7,1925 Nov. 12,1925
19,601.24
15
Mont.
Apr. 14,1926
11,180.11
15
First National Bank, Colusa, Calif.
10
N o v . 22,1922 Mar. 27,1926
19,588.44 10
Condon National Bank, Condon, Oreg... Doc. 18,1923 Feb. 23,1926
12,199. 81 10
Sept. 17,1926
12,125.02 10
30
1 Represents payments made during the year on additional claims on account of dividends previously
declared.




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223

TABLE N O . 45.—Dividends paid to creditors of insolvent national banks during
the last year, with the total dividends in each case up to November 1,1926—Con.
Dividends paid during the year
Name and location of bank

Date of appointment of
receiver

Date

Amount

Per
cent

Total
dividends
paid to
creditors
(per
cent)

$17,036. 66
May 12,1925 Mar. 6,1926
10
1 407.36
Apr. 24,1926
Oct. 15,1926
> 82. 84
10
Corona National Bank, Corona, Calif
25
8,439.85
Oct. 11,1925 May 25,1926
25
75
Corydon National Bank, Corydon, Ind
Mar. 8,1922 July 22,1926
17.04
First National Bank, Covington, Ga
37,154. 08
Dec. 8,1925 May 15,1926
25
July 16,1926
11,460. 24
Oct. 25,1926
1 106. 96
25
35, 753. 65
May 29,1925 Nov. 6,1925
15
First National Bank, Orandon, Wis.
Apr. 27,1926
1 10, 422. 07
May 12,1926
30, 765. 01
25
10
'1.52
2
July 16,1921 Nov. 28,1926
First National Bank, Crawford, Tex
30
15,000. 00
Dec. 12,1925 July 23,1926
30
First National Bank, Creston, Iowa
135,136.11
10
Merchants National Bank, Crookston, Mar. 24,1921 Nov. 3,1926
Sept. 13,1926
~65~"
'526.29
Minn.
1 886. 35
Citizens National Bank, Crosby, N. Dak. Nov. 21,1923 Jan. 4,1926
Jan. 27,1926
22,341. 02
15
15
10
27,919.64
10
First National Bank, Crystal, N. Dak
Feb. 7,1925 Apr. 27,1926
25
100,141.91
25
Nov. 17,1925 July 1,1926
Davenport National Bank, Davenport,
Wash.
17,719. 75
25
Mar. 25,1926 Aug. 10,1926
25
First National Bank, Deep Eiver, Iowa.. Dec. 12,1925 Aug. 12,1926
57,472. 70
30
30
First National Bank, Delano, Minn
Sept. 26,1925 Apr. 6,1926
43,206. 06 ' 25
First National Bank, Dell Rapids, S. Dak.
Apr. 17,1926
1 26,736.19
Apr. 20,1926
1 25,762, 03
Apr. 22,1926
110,999.88
Apr. 28,1926
1 12,197. 22
May 12,1926
1 3, 446.16
May 27,1926
» 465. 29
1
Sept. 27,1926
512.60
25
May 5,1926
35,469. 40
10
First National Bank in Deming, N. Mex. Mar. 4,1924
Aug. 10,1926
i 282. 57
Oct. 13,1926
1.30
10
971, 582. 64
50
Broadway National Bank, Denver, Colo. Jan. 16,1926 Aug. 9,1926
Sept. 27,1926
1 3,355. 50
60
150,262.18
20
Dec. 24,1925 Oct. 1,1928
Drovers National Bank, Denver, Colo
Oct. 21,1926
' 4, 642.14
20
25
871,801. 55
25
Oct. 1,1925 Sept. 27,1926
Globe National Bank, Denver, Colo
94,203. 82
Mar. 13,1926
20
Merchants National Bank, Detroit Lakes, June 22,1928
1 873.16
May 20,1926
Minn.
Aug. 10,1926
1 120. 82
30
47,646. 79
Sept. 17,1926
10
24,145. 79
10
Feb. 7,1924 Feb. 15,1926
Dakota National Bank, Dickinson, N.
~W
> 8,423. 52
July 19,1926
Dak.
16
32,000.00
July 9,1926 Oct. 20,1926
First National Bank, Dinuba, Calif
16
38, 617. 49
5
Farmers National Bank, Dodge Center, D e c 9,1924 July 8,1926
Minn.
1260.14
Drovers National Bank, East St. Louis, May 22,1924 Jan. 12,1926
67,686. 55
70
Apr. 19,1926
16
Dl.
186.59
Feb. 18,1922 Jan. 26,1926
Seeond National Bank, Elkton, Md
19,408. 35
67.7
Sept. 20,1926
7.7
1 745.86
May 8,1924 Dec. 19,1925
City National Bank, El Paso, Tex
314,415.71
Dec. 30,1925
10
1 3,953.88
Mar. 24,1926
30
July 1,1926
1 5,489. 22
1 205. 77
6075
Emmettsburg National Bank, Emmetts- Mar. 11,1921 Mar. 13,1926
burg, Iowa.
40,055.49
55
5
Aug. 20,1921 May 19,1926
First National Bank, Eureka, S. Dak
58,752.49
30
First National Bank, Excelsior Springs, Jan. 24,1925 Dec. 11,1925
I 9,049. 26
Mar. 18,1926
Mo.
45,250. 50
June 14,1926
20
1 1, 511. 93
Sept. 13,1926
50
•8,674.41
Sept. 10,1926
Fairfleld National Bank, Fairfield, Iowa. Aug. 30,1923
20,849.80
10
10
Nov. 8,1923 May 5,1926
First National Bank, Fairview, Mont
16
8,362. 68
15
June 26,1922 May 15,1926.
Farweil National Bank, Farwell, Tex
10
66, 443. 30
10
First National Bank, Forest City, Iowa. Nov. 14,1925 Oct. 25,1926
Dec. 22,1925
• 3,005. 61
Dec. 18,1923
First National Bank, Forsyth, Mont
July 10,1926
1 460. 47
Oct. 6,1926
39,908. 38
10
25
40
Stockmen's National Bank, Fort Benton, Feb. 28,1924 Mar. 20,1926
Sept. 15,1926
40
1 2, 680. 99
Mont.
45
7,429.65
10
First National Bank, Fort Sumner, N . Feb. 26,1924 July 28,1926
Mex.
> Represents payments made during the year on additional claims on account of dividends previously

declared.
First National Bank, Conyers, Ga...



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TABLE N O . 45.—Dividends paid to creditors of insolvent national banks during
thelast year, with the total dividends in each case up to November 1, 1928—Con.
Dividends paid during the year
Name and location of bant

First National Bank, Fresno, Mont
First National Bank of Gilmore, Gilmore
City, Iowa.
FirstNational Bank, Granada, Minn
Mesa County National Bank, Grand
Junction, Colo.
FirstNational Bank, Greensboro, Ga
Commercial National Bank, Greenville,
Tex.

Date of appointment of
receiver

Oct. 26,1922 Feb. 25,1926
Jan. 18,1926 June 23,1926
May 29,1926 Oct. 25,1926
Nov. 29,1913 Jail. 28,1926
Jan.
Apr.

Mar.
9,1926 Aug.
0,1925 Dec.
Jan.
Feb.
Apr.
6,1925 Aug.
" '
Oct.
25,1925 Aug.

Commercial National Bank, Greenville, Apr.
Tex.
Gregory National Bank, Gregory, S. Dak. Nov.
Merchants National Bank, Grinnell, Iowa Nov. 12,1924
First National Bank, Groom, Ten
Oct. 6.1924
Texas County National Bank, Guymon, Nov. 13,1923
Okla.
First National Bank, Hallock, Minn
First National Bank, Hampton, Ga
Citizens National Bank, Hankinson,
N.Dak.
FirstNational Bank, Harlowton, Mont.First National Bank, Harrington, Wash..
ITarve National Bank, Havre, Mont
- First National Bank, Hayward, Wis
Farmers National Bank, Hempstead, Tex.

First National Bank, Henryetta, Okla

Date

Oct.
Mar.

Sept.
Jan.
May
June
Oct. 16,1925 May
Jan. 27,1925 Nov.
Apr. 30,1924 Apr.

Mar. 7,192S
Aug. 6,1924
Sept. 16,1921
Mar. 29,1924
Feb. 7,1925

July 31,1923

Miners National Bank, Henryette, Okla.. Dee. 21,1923

July
July
Aug.
July
Mar.
Jan.
Mar.
Mar.
June
Oct.
Nov.
Jan.
Mar.
July
Sept.
Dec.
Jan.
Feb.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
June
July
Sept.
NOT.
Mar.
Feb.

13,1926
10,1926
18,1925
4,1926
9,1920
29,1926
6,1926
15,1926
2,1926
13,1926
1, 1926
17,1920
19,1926
24,1926
8,1926
21.1926
30,1925
13,1926

12,1926
8,1926
10,1926
10,1926
24,1926
23,1926
3,1926
18,1926
24,1926
2, 1926
5,1926
27,1926
18,1926
20,1926
24,1926
12,1925
23,1926
9,1926
23,1926
13,1926
29,1926
2,1926
20,1926
24,1926
16,1926
18,1926
17,1926

First National Bank, Highland, Wis
Jane 14,1923
First National Bank, Hope, N. Mex
Oct. 30,1922
Peoples National Bank, Hot Springs, Jan. IS, 1925
S. Dak.
First National Bank, Howard, 8. Dak
i Nov. 24,1925 Oct. 2,1926
City National Bank, Hugo, Okla...
June 5,1925 Feb. 16,1926

Amount

$5,932.28
19,114.31

Per
cent
12. S
10

7,334. 66 20
1 95.91
47, 824. 24 10
18,123. 20 ]0
226, 883. 34 40
1 36,086. 06
i 10, 284. 07
104, 865. 72 15
1 2, 256. 29
» 1, 449.05 ....
34.995.87
1182. 40
19,198.99
10
9,808. 82 50
1 2, 512. 71
i 187. 50
22,982. 49 12,,
32,947. 68
10
17,191. 62 20
20, 595. 69 10
1 135. 77
35,182. 98
1 689. 87
«117. 32
100, 663. 92
• 1,364. 82
»3,039. 21
43, 780. 81
I 342. 50
I 30.13
1 013. 53
1 1,496. 41
1 225.16
1 318. 86
1 626. 92
1104. 67
16, 348. 30
1 41. 85
1222.29
1 545. 47
176.83
33.137.88
1142. 07
1 214. 27
1 2, 557. 50
5, 295. U
25, 8fi9. 78

Total
dividends
paid to
creditors
(per
cent)
22,5
10
20
60
10

85
10
10
50
37.:

10
20
40

25

16. 25

25
10
10,25

24

3,4
J5

25
55
IS. 4
40

63, 344. 30 20
20
35, 905. 02 20
Apr. 21,1926
1 2, 676. 07
Aug. 27,1926
29,249.87
15
"35"
Hugo National Bank, Hugo, Okla.
May 12,1925 Feb. 17.1926
97, 263. 60 20
Apr. 21.1926
1 50,104. 27
June 17,1926
1 6,843. 29
Aug. 27,1926
80,028. 80 10
First National Bank, Huron, S. Dak
Mar. 14,1924 June 11,1926
79,935.91
July 28,1926
1 37, 877. 21
Sept. 13,1926
1 6,106.12
Sept. 29.1926
1100. 66
8
First National Bank, Idabel, Okla..
Feb. 18,1925 Apr. 21,1926
17, 309. 08 10
Aug. 10,1926
»4, 645. 51
"16"
First National Bank, Jasper, Minn
May 1,1925 Feb. 24,1926
37, 520. 08 16"
1
June 22,1926
586. 74
Oct. 2,1926
35,656. 61 10
20
First National Bank, Jefferson. Iowa
Dec. 23,1925 Oct. 13,1926
54,751. 42 20
20
First National Bank, Joseph, Oreg
' June 14,1923 Feb. 3,1920
29,873. 77 10
10
< Represents payments mads during the year on additional claims on a.
.ccount of dividends previously
declared.




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TABLE N O . 45.—Dividends paid to creditors of insolvent national banks during
tiie last year, with the total dividends in each case up to November 1, 1936—Con.
Dividends paid during t h e year

Name and location of bank

Date of appointment of
receiver

Citizens National Bank, Julesburg Colo. June 12,1924 Jan.
First National Bank, Lake Park, Minn..
First National Bank, Lake Preston,
S. Dak.
First National Bank, Lancaster, Minn...
First National Bank, Lansford, N. Dak_.

Aug. 24,1925
Mar. 28,1824
Nov. 19.1923
Doc. 17,1923

First National Bank, Las Vegas, N. Mex. May 4,1925
First National Bank, Lawton, Okla
First National Bank, Lawton, Okla

Dee. 12,1921
Dec. 12,1921

First National Bank, Lemmon, S. D a k - Apr. 2,1925

First National Bank, Lenapah, Okla

Dec. 14,1923

First National Bank of Fergus County in Apr. 12,1924
Lewistown, Mont.
First National Bank, Lidgerwood, N. June 17,1924
Dak.

Northwestern National Bank, Living- Aug. 30,1924
ston, Mont.

7,1926
Mar. 19,1926
Oct. 15,1926
May 27,1926
May 1,1926
Sept. 17,1926
Dec. 3,1925
Nov. 16,1925
Jan. 28,1926
Nov. 28,1925
Dec. 11,1925
May 12,1926
June 22.1926
Nov. 30,1925
Feb. 11,1926
June 7,1926
Aug. 25,1926
do
Nov. 11,1925
Jan. 4,1926
do
Feb. 19.1926
June 2,1926
Aug. 10,1926
Dec. 8,1926
Mar. 8,1926
Apr. 8,1926
June 24,1926
Aug. 16,1926
Aug. 25, 1926
Dec. 18,1925
Dec. 30,1925
Feb. 3,1928
Mar. 18,1926
Nov. 6,1925
Nov. 17,1925
Nov. 21,1925
Nov. 27,1925
Dec. 14,1925
Dec. 28,1925
Jan. 12,1926
Jan. 21,1926
Feb. 5,1926
Mar. 13,1926
June 25,1926
July 20,1926
Nov. 5,1925
Feb. 17,1926
Feb. 27,1926
Aug. 10,1926
Apr. 29,1926

Farmers National Bank, Louisburg, N. C. M a y 22,1925
Loveland National Bank, Loyeland, Colo. Oct. 22,1925
July 10,1926
60 per cent assenting creditors
do
100 per eent nonassenting creditors.
July 27,1926
60 per cent assenting creditors
do
100 per cent nonassenting creditors
Aug. 9,1926
60 per cent assenting creditors
do
100 per cent nonassenting creditors.
Sept. 13,1926
60 per cent assenting creditors
do..
100 per cent nonassenting creditors.
Sept. 27,1926
60 per cent assenting creditors
do
100 per cent nonassenting creditors
Oct. 13,1926
60 per cent assenting creditors
do
100 per cent nonasssnting creditors.
Oct. 18,1926
60 per eent assenting creditors
do
100 per cent nonassenting creditorsFirst National Bank, Lovington, N. Mes. Oct. 8,1923 Jan. 12,1926
May 7,1926

First National Bank, Lumberton, N. C__ Aug. i, 1925 Jan. 4,1926
Feb. 20,1926
Mar. 29,1926
July 10,1926

1

Per
cent

Date

$24, 544.83
156.83
17.41
73, 712. 03
13, 748. 86
•62.24
26,816.45 I
11,575. 80
11,575. 80
207, 301. 26
1 27, 480. 65
1 10, 049. 93
71.257.12
50, 983. 47
i 81. 29
I 565.10
1 106.44
88, 7.53. 38
155, 534. 39
1 2, 277. 54
1 647. 09
79, 228. 57
1 522. 70
1 3, 768. 41
11, 457. 86
• 3, 255. 81
1 7, 307. 66
i 269. 59
> 119. 19
3, 718. 57
610. 532. 26
i 21,890. 16
1 209, 688. 49
• 33, 659. 67
1 9,636. 40
1 6, 310. 10
• 1,958. 80
1
1, 222. 53
1 851. 89
1 193. 29
» 134. 30
l 122. 62
!
327. 66
> 443. 44
1 436. 32
1
56i 16
14, 465. 25
'30.37
14, 471. 33
14, 471. 33
11, 525. 34
124, 378. 36
19,990. 70
61,834. 78
13, 375. 54
26, 004. 46
34, 999. 81
2, 214. 32
0, 414. 39
11, 530. 04
1, 064. 84
445.06
819. 92
15, 416. 86
718. 03
1, 894. 17
350. 89
80, 870. 4fl
1 1,130. 74
50, 395. 25
1 12, 480. 68

Total
dividends
paid to
creditors
(per
cent)

15
25

5

10
10
10
35

15
25

40

10

5
10.25
30

30.25

15
20

5
30

45

25
30

10

10
10
20

70

10
25
15
40

Represents payments made during the year oa additional claims on account of dividends previously
deolared.



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TABLE N O . 45.—Dividends paid to creditors of insolvent national banks during
the last year, with the total dividends in each case up to November 1, 1926—Con.
Dividends paid during the year

Date of appointment of
receiver

Name and location of bant

Date

First National Bank, Lusk, Wyo.
The National Bank of Luverne, Minn
First National Bank, Mclntosh, S. Dak..
First National Bank, Magdalena, N. Mex.
Merchants National Bank, Mandan, N.
Dak.
Manilla National Bank, Manilla, Iowa...
First National Bank, Manville, Wyo

Feb. 7,1924 Apr. 24,1926
Dec. 31,1928 July 28,1926

First National Bank, Marysville, Kans

Apr. 15,1924

Security National Bank, Mason City,
Iowa.

Dee. 29,1925

Mar. 1,1924

Jan. 18,1923
Dec. 26,1923
Oct. 20,1925
Dec. 11,1923

First National Bank, Matoaka, W. V a . . . Mar.' 3,1925

Oommercial National Bank, Miles City,
Mont.

Feb. 15,1924

Oct. 2,1926
May 8,1926
May 5,1926
Jan. 19,1926
June 4,1926
May 6,1926
Mar. 30,1926
Sept. 13,1926
Jan. 16,1926
Apr. 29,1926
May 21,1926
June 5.1926
Sept. 29,1926
Oct. 2,1926
Dec. 18,1926
Jan. 23,1926
Mar. 3,1926
Apr. 24,1926
May 24,1926
June 5,1926
July 1,1926
Oct. 13,1926
Nov. 17,1925
Feb. 2,1926
Apr. 27,1926
June 25,1926
Sept. 17,1926
Nov. 6,1925

First National Bank, Minnesota Lake, Aug. 6,1924
Minn.
First National Bank, Mitchell, S. Dak... Oct. 23,1923 May 8,1926

June 15,1926
Sept. 13,1926
Oct. 21,1926
Western National Bank, Mitchell, S. Dak. Feb. 27,1924 Apr. 27,1926
July 14,1926
Sept. 10,1926
First National Bank, Montpelier, Idaho.. Mar. 13,1925 Nov. 3,1925
Jan. 12,1926
Feb. 15,1926
Mar. 10,1926
First National Bank, Moore, Mont
Dec. 20,1923 Jan. 26,1926
Jan. 27,1926
First National Bank, Moran, Tex
Aug. 29,1921 Oct. 2,1926
Nov. 11,1924 Jan. 6,1926
First National Bank, Morgan, Tex
Sept. 15,1926
First National Bank, Morristown, S. May 24,1924 June 8,1926

Dak.
Moskogee Security
Muskogee, Okla.

National

Bank,

Nov. 7,1925

First National Bank, Myton, Utah
Feb. 24,1922
Peoples National Bank, National City, Nov. 7,1921
Calif.
Keoga National Bank, Neoga, 111
Jan. 21,1825
First National Bank, Newcastle, Wyo
June 12,1924
Nowata National Bank, Nowata, Okla... Feb. 19,1924

First National Bank, Oldham, N. Dak..

Jan.

3,1925

Apr. 6,1S26
May 12,1926
July 8,1926
Oct. 21,1926
Dec. 22,1925
Feb. 19,1926
June 15,1926
Nov. 8,1926
May 10,1926
Dec. 8,1925
Feb. 5,1926
May 6,1926
Sept. 13,1926
Dec. 18,1925
Feb. 9,1926
Feb. 24,1926
Mar. 8,1926
Mar. 15,1926
June 24,1926
Nov. 3,1925
Nov. 21,1925
M a y 7,1926
Aug. 10,1926

Amount

Per
cent

$23,977.13 30
78,344.90 15
1 2,021. 82
13,302. 69
16, 502. 61
1 84.18
32, 737. 43 10
24, 658. 65 20
8, 731. 88 15
11,460. 94
1 142. 60
53, 670. 16 10
16.89
226,201.56 30
1
2,047.24
152,164.98 20
'9,935.87
13,238.61
'1,453.16

Total
dividends
paid to
creditors
(per
cent)
45

15
8
6

25
20
50
50
50

•378.04

1289. 78
73,322.45
199.49
1 216.39
148,557.49
'1,019.52
'686.26
1 631.34
' 126.06
64,907.13
81,223.08
1
857. 87
'384.14
' 281. 77
45,931.63
'452.29
69,534.31
63,086.96
'16,935.56
'4,706.25
33,954.45
»9.10
14,061.51
4,907.41
6,961.33

6,912.98
7,529.34

15
65
10

20
80
10
10

15
25

25.

10

35

10
7
15
15
6

20
47

606,986.21 50
'73,534.11
' 13,370. 98
'6,533.42
6,834.39
10
'4,041.68
13,191.47
3.75
16,867.63 15
11,408.73 10
•545.92
10
45,843.86
1991.80
1 673.92
86,058.09 25
1553.49
1 9,145. 69
11,572.04
1109. 86
'26.58
1 3,729.90
23,901.51 10
12,098.10
5
1 46.98

30
5

60
10
53.75
40

25

35

40

' Represents payments made during the year on additional claims on account of dividends previously
declared.



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BBPOBT OF THE COMPTROLLER OP THE CTJBBENCY

TABLE NO. 45.—Dividends paid to creditors of insolvent national banks during
the last year, with the total dividends in each case up to November 1, 1926—Con.
Dividends paid during the year
Name and location of bank

Date of appointment of
receiver

Date

First National Bank, Onida, S. Dak
Feb. 12,1924 May 2fl. 1926
Osceola National Bank, Osceola, Iowa... Apr. 22,1925 Jan. 6,1926
July 6,1926
First National Bank, Oswego, Mont
Oct. 5,1923 Nov. 23,1925
Feb.

8,1926

Parkesburg National Bank, Parkesburg, Dec. 26,1924 Jan. 4. UBS
Feb. 8,1926
Pa.
Mar. 18,1926
Farmers National Bank, Parsons, Kans . Mar. 24,1924 Dec. 4,1925
6 per cent interest due all creditors..
First National Bank, Pasco, Wash

Nov. 21,1925

Payette National Bank, Payette, Idaho.
First National Bank, Pensacola, Fla

Dec. 13,1922
Jan. 22,1914

Perry National Bank, Perry, Iowa

Feb.

Picher National Bank, Picher, Okla
National Bank of Commerce, Pierre, S.
Dai.

Feb. 21,1921
Feb. 11,1925

5,1925

Apr. 22,1924
First National Bank, Pilger, Nebr
First National Bank, Pleasantville, Iowa- Feb. 21,1925

First National Bank, Poteau, Okla.

June 19,1924

First National Bank, Putnam, Conn

Aug. 13,1924

First National Bank, Quincy, Fla_

Feb. 11,1925

First National Bank, Banger, Tex
First National Bank, Bedwood Falls,
Minn.

Mar. 2,1921
July 29,1925

First National Bank, Henville, Minn

Feb. 14,1925

First National Bank, Rexburg, Idaho...

Aug. 11,1924

First National Bank, Rifle, Colo

Dec. 24,1925

First National Bank, Bigby, Idaho

Jan. 12,1925

First National Bank, Riverbank, Calif _. Dec. 28,1925
First National Bank, Rock River, Wyo. June 14,1923
First National Bank, Boeky Ford, Colo. Apr. 5,1924
First National Bank, Ronan, Mont

Feb.

9,1924

Citizens National Bank, Roswell, N. Mex Nov. 11,1923

Dec. 10,1925
Feb. 3,1926
Feb. 26,1926
May 27,1926
July 29,1926
Feb. 10,1926
May 19,1926
Oct. 25,1926
Feb. 10,1926
May 10,1926
May 20,1926
June 11,1926
July 26,1926
Sept. 29,1926
May 4,1926
Jan. 5,1926
July 29,1926
Oct. 27,1926
Nov. 3,1925
Mar. 9,1926
July 20,1926
Nov. 3,1925
Dec. 3.1925
Jan. 13,1926
Mar. 6,1926
Apr. 21,1926
May 15,1926
Sept. 13,1926
Oct. 18,1926
Nov. 3,1925
Nov. 9,1925
Nov. 23,1925
Dec. 19,1925
Feb. 1,1926
Feb. 4,1926
Mar. 13,1926
Apr. 17,1926
June 24,1926
June 29,1926
Aug. 10,1926
Feb. 13,1926
Feb. 12,1926
May 24,1926
Oct. 2,1926
Jan. 12,1926
Mar. 1,1926
July 10,1926
Feb. 20,1926
Mar. 19,19Z6
June 2,1926
Aug. 2,1926
Nov. 21,1925
Feb. 9,1926
July 22,1926
Dec. 19,1925
Nov. 21,1925
May 20,1926
Dec. 21,1925
July 6,1926
Nov. 11,1925
Jan. 19,1926
Feb. 10,1926
July 16,1926
Mar. 18,1926

Amount

$15,071.15
32,585.12
i 708. 70
1329.51
8,483.53
1 78.43
68,726.06
»7.52
155.84
27,618.31
16.07
12,509.86
150,926.84
•1,024.84
28,209.31
123.71
15, 987. 76
63, 910. 96
1 3,036. 20
1 62.91
127, 945.16
1599.99
1 17,315.11
32, 715. 75
20, 379. 65
1 2,180.24
21,046.06
1 4, 089. 94
1 279. 39
15.28
1 1, 704. 47
1 66, 955.41
1 2, 546.85
18.943.91
177,739.18
113, 509. 40
i 754.53
i 21,010.21
1 76. 39
41, 589. 33
1 8, 782.93
1 38. 49
1 707.15
1606.11
1 2,121. 20
• 487. 93
30,341.18
I 489. 86
i 3,859.99
106,697. 59
i 6,150.02
75,174.13
148.06
54,973. 96
118.50
13, 491. 76
1 33, 798. 20
131,911.16
1 3,116. 55
61,063. 44
1 2,194. 78
20, 979.05
10, 234.14
34,025.66
1 81. 26
1 2, 555.19
1239.50
90,414. 80
1 270. 92
1 448.04
1 2, 765. 43
1 140.30

Per

10
20

Total
dividends
paid to
creditors
(per
cent)
35
"26"'

20

35
~70"'

10

5.41
50

105.4X
50

35
10

.85

78.35
10
30

20

16.67
10
10

20
16.67
20
10

10
65
15

10
30
"20"

15

"7.T

50
17
60

50
.......

50

"16"
30
5
15

50

10
30
15
60

10

"16"
10

g
First National Bank, Roundup, Mont_~ Apr. 5,1923
• Represents payments made during the year on additional claims on account of dividends previously
declared.



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TABLE NO. 45.—Dividends paid to creditors of insolvent national banks during
.the Imt year, wiih the total dividends in each case up to November 1, 1926—Con.
Dividends paid during the year
Date of appointment of

Name and location of bank

receiver

Date

Oct. 4,1824 June 8,1926
Feb. 7,1923 D e c 4,1925
June 17,1926
Dec. 2,1925 Sept. 17,1926
Mar. 4,1924 Apr. 22,1926
June 24,1925 Apr. 2,1.926
May 6,1926
June 8,1926
Aug. 17,1S26
Jan. 2,1918 Oct. 5,1926
First National Bank, St. Cloud, Fla
Feb. 7,1924 Dec. 30,1925
First National Bank, St. John, Wash
Jan. 16,1925 Feb. 17,1926
M a y IS, 1926
First National Bank, Salem, S. Dak
July 3,1923 Dec. 3,1925
16,1926
Peoples National Bank, Salisbury, N. C._ July 30,1923 Aug. 10,1925
Nov.
Nov. 14,1925
First National Bank, Sapulpa, Okla
Dec. 14,1925
Dec. 21,1923 Mar. 13,1926
First National Bank, Sehulter, Okla
July 12,1926
First National Bank, Schuyler; Nebr
May 24,1924 Nov. 5,1825
June 29,1926
Corn Belt National Bank, Scotland,
Mar. 28,1921
S. Dak.
Feb. 15,1926
First National Bank, Seeley, CalifJan. 30,1922 May 12,1986
Apr. 13,192(5
First National Bank, Selma, N. C
First National Bank, Sentinel Butte, May 16,1925 Feb. 15,1926

First National
First National
First National
First Natioaal
First National

Bank, Eudyard, Mont
Bank, Bupert, Malio—
Bank, Sac City, Iowa
Bank, St. Anthony, Idano.
Bank, St. Cloud, Minn---

N. Dak.
National Bank of Commerce, Shawnee,
Okla.
First National Bank, Shelby, Klont

$2, 864. 22
22, 035. 44
1 283. 66
113,428. 93
81,132. 04
202, 642. 39
i 1,223. 24
' 1, 270. 91
« 927. 85
12, 932. 45
49, 750. 77
22, 252.73
» 597. 99
80, 402. 38
78, 695.10
1 20.15
54, 562. 24
1 334. 36
128.16
9,414.18
49,691.93
'49.58

Per
cent
13
7
25
15
10

3.75
50
15

13

7
25
15
10
43.75
70
15

10
10

"so"

'23.10
'875.62.
18,15a 49
14,604.26

10
10

20
10
10

Jan. 24,1924

Dee. 18,1925

71,502.90

10

35

Apr. 20,1924

Jan. 19,1926
Apr. 27,1926
May 12,1926
Nov. 27,1925
Dee. 10,1925
Dec. 19,1925
Feb. 3,1926
May 6,1926
June 25,1926
Oct. 2,1926
June 23,1926

'1 217.63
124. 09
20,787. 78

10

40

Aug. 27,1923

First National Bank, Shelley, Idalio

Amount

Total
dividends
paid to
creditors
(peicent)

_ Feb. 13,1925

» 40. 87

'5.78
15, 547. 48
' 7,957. 90
10,121. 78
8,797.70
39.351.17
' 1,206. 21

20
12.5
11
i

63.5

F«b. 26,1924
First National Bank, Sidney, Mont
10
10
Silver City National Bank, Silver City, May 14,1924
N. Mex.
31.857. 40 50
June 25,1925 Nov. 30.1925
First National Bank, Simla, Colo
Feb. 17.1926
'508.75
Apr. 27,1926
16.215. 08 25
75
' 5,041. 79
Sioux Falls National Bank, Sioux Falls, Jan. 24,1924 Jan. 25,1926
S. Dak.
Apr. 27,1926
1 100.00
May 4,192fi
'206.95
May 24,1926
7
131, 257.14
Sept. 13,1926
16,426.20
32
«, 538. 97
7.7
Nov. 22,1823 Nov. 12.1925
2.7
First National Bank, Seper, Okla
28,049. 04 25
June 15,1925 Apr. 20.1926
First National Bank, Springer, N. Mei__
Apr. 22,1926
1 436. 48
25
Springfield National Bank, Springfield, Apr. 6,1923 Feb. 25,1936
•7,838.24
Apr. 1,1926
Ohio.
7.3
141,162. 25
May 24,1926
63.13
1 389. 40
Jan. 20,1926
First National Bank, Spring Hope, N. C.
'586.49
Jan. 7,1925 Jan. 22,1926
51.216. 97 20
Aug. 16,1926
25,688.16 10
«»
Aj)r. 5,1924 Mar. 13,1926
•708.03
First National Bank, Sterling, Colo
Mar. 19,1926
67,110. 25 10
39
Logan County National Bank, Sterling, Jan. 26,1925 Nov. 12.1925
' 5,214. 39
Colo.
Dee. 19.1926
'206.97
Dec. 24.1925
44,048.00 10
Apr. 29,1926
'2,31L82
May 21.1926
44,818. 61 10
40
10
41,462.17
Sterling National Bank, Sterling, Oelo.... Dec. 11,1922 Nov. 5.1924
June 11,1926
1 423.18
July 1,1926
44,915.35 10
20
19,073. 27 25
First National Bank, Stwensville, Mont. Mar. 2,1925 Nov. 18.1925
May 27.1926
10,062.30 13
38
17,374. 95 10
First National Bank, Sylvester, Qa
Jan. 16,1925 Feb. 5,1926
Apr. 6,1926
•1156.93
IS
1
Represents payments matte during toe year en additional claims ou account of dividends previously
declared.



EEPOET OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CUBBENCY

229

TABLE N O . 45.—Dividends paid to creditors of insolvent national banks during
the last year, with the total dividends in each case up to November 1, 19%6—Con.
Dividends paid during the year

Name and location of bank

Date of appointment of
receiver

First National Bank, Tolley, N. Dak
First National Bank, Tama, Iowa
First National Bank, Torrington, Wyo___

Nov. 21,1923
Jan. 18,1926
Dee. 16,1924

First National Bank, Towner, N. Dak...
First National Bank, Townsend, Mont—

Dec. 28,1920
Jan. 8,1925

Tucson National Bank, Tucson, Ariz

Nov. 14,1923

First National Bank, Turtle Lake, N. Dak

Nov. 21,1923

First National Bank, Warroad, Minn

Feb. 9,1924

First National Bank, Wausa, Nebr
First National Bank, Webster, S. Dak
Weiser National Bank, Weiser, Idaho
First National Bank, Wells, Minn
Wells National Bank, Wells, Minn

Jan. 2,1924
June 23,1924
Oct. 22,1923
Feb. 26,1924

First National Bank, Wendall, Idaho
The National Bank of Wessington Springs,
S. Dak.
First National Bank, Willow City, N. Dak.
Commercial National Bank, Wilmington,
N. O.

July

9,1925

Jan. 5,1922
Feb. 23,1926
July 12,1923
Jan. 31,1923

First National Bank, Wimbledon, N. Dak. Apr. 23,1925
Winner National Bank, Winner, S. Dak.. Oct. 24,1925
Citizens National Bank, Worthington, June 19,1924
Minn.

Nov. 27.1925
Oct.
Dec.
June
Jan.
Nov.
Mar.
June
Dec.
Dec.
Mar.
May
Jan.
Jan.
May
July
Jan.
Apr.
June
Aug.
July
Sept.
June
Dec.
May
Aug.
Aug.
Sept.
Aug.
Sept.
June
Nov.
Jan.
Mar.
June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Sept.
Oct.
Dec
Mar.
Apr.
May
Aug.
June

13.1926
19.1925
8,1926
23.1926
28,1925
3,1926
23,1920
2.1925
31.1925
20.1926
19,1926
IS, 1926
29,3926
11,1926
26,1926
5.1926
5,1926
21,1926
19,1926
8,1926
15,1926
14,1926
8,1926
21,1926
19,1926
25,1926
29,1926
12,1926
13,1926
2,1926
25.1925
27.1926
29,1926
14,1926
21,1926
25,1926
13,1926
24,1926
13,1926
18.1925
1,1926

17.1926
21,1926
17,1926
5,1926

Total.

$12,853. 33
211, 877. 51
> 8, 912. 87
' 6 6 a 21
1 19. 65
14,29ft 10
7, 275.18
7, 572. 05
209, 710. 65
i 6, 237. 44
'36.50
1 17. 47
1 467. 21
13,055. 46
> 34. 26
1 130. 40
1 166. 30
' 11, 37a 97
76,046. 64
1 5,679. 50
22,226. 69
96,039. 27
75,516. 41
83,506. 26
1 1, 526. 55
94,254. 81
1 5,756. 35
6,524. 41
12,576. 05
11,050.02
11,174. 48
» 539. 52
1 604. 36
12.20
•41.23
1 1,005. 87
1 15,839. 57
1 277. 81
1 303.17
I 944. 95
37,762.92
1 1,630. 03
1153. 79
15,817.45
9,092. 41
28,038.81

Total
Total dividends paid by comptroller's checks and purchasing
banks

10
25

10
23
35

20
10
10
50

40

50
10
20

7
15
10
10
10
10

7
20

"27"

15
26
10
20

35
22

20
5

10

10
15

38
15
27

19,637,709.08

Amount

Dividends paid by purchasing banks to creditors of insolvent national banks, assets of which were sold by order of court:
First National Bank, Sheyenne, N. Dak
First National Bank, Dell Eapids, S. Dak

Per
cent

Amount

Date

T«tal
dividends
paid to
creditors
<per
cent)

$161,547. 71
197,735.67

Per cent

100
65.5

Total
dividends
paid to
creditors
(per cent)

90.5

359,283. 38
19,896,992. 46

1 Represents payments made during the year on additional claims on account of dividends previously
declared.




230

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE 46.—Dates of reports of condition of national banks from 1914 to 1926
Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May Tune July Aug. Sept.

Year
1914
1915
1916
1917
1918
1919
1920
1921
1922
1923 . .
1924
1928
1926.

4
4
7
5
4
4

13

. ...

28
21

16
31
.

.—




1
1
1
10
12
4
28
3
6
12

5

30
23
30
20
29
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30

12
2
12
11
31

Oct. Nov. Deo.
31

12
g
6
15
14
28

10

10
17
20
1
17
15

31
31
27
31
31
31
29
31
29
31
31
31

TABLE N O . 47.—Condition of foreign branches of National City Bank and Chase National Bank, New York, N. Y., and First National
Boston, Mass., June SO, 1026
RESOURCES
[In thousands of dollars]
c —
*

—
~

o

to
^

Country and city

Loans and
discounts,
Letters
including of credit
overdrafts
and
and re- acceptances
discounts

Bonds

Furniture
and
fixtures Due from Due from
and
home office branches
real estate
owned

Due from
other
banks

Checks
and cash
items

Cash

Bank,

Other assets Aggregate

ft
NATIONAL CITT BANK OF NEW TOKK, N. Y.

Cuba:

Florida
Habana (Galiano Street)

Dominican Republic:
Puerto Plata
Santo Domingo—»_.-.-..




137
1,924
597
3,451
583
740
837
2, 505
753
45,060
280
955
349
1,490
1,454
152
247
464
320
731
651
424
1,063
75
821
4
19
125
36
310
56
3,255

194

5
164
8

2,176

768

68
2

1,255

2,175
1, i64

5,335

12

10

63

8
6,036

804
564

6
3
10
1
2
3
9
3
9

72
4
S

90

168
60

i
19

74
9
34

24

214

76
98

5
610
61
19

88

15
67
81
67
57
84
176
31
104
2,524
39
148
123
38
70
13
19
26
15
23
51
89
124
15
20

53
244
735
164
109
265
68
92
116
2,068
20
84
75
123
15C
45
64
111
42
75
128
238
884
37
44

3

120
4

48
27
37
83
130
171
317

15
30
51
10
20
95

1
16

32

1

206
2 565
1,417
3,689
755
2,072
1 658
2,629
983
65,722
343
3.379
2,079
1,655
1,681
215
414
612
439
861
839
757
2,362
188
918

35

140
802
170
520
342
4,160

2
6
3
5
1

2
500

4
7

2
1
2
2

6
7
24
3
24

74

TABLE N O . 47.—Condition of foreign branches of National City Bank and Chase National Bank, New York, N. Y,, and First National
Boston, Mass., June SO, 1926—Continued.

Bank,
fcO

EESOUEOES—Continued
[In thousands of dollars)
Loans and
discounts,
Letters
including of credit
overdrafts
and
and re- acceptances
discounts

Country and city

Furniture
and
fixtures
Due from Due from
and
home office branches
real estate
owned

Bonds

Due from
other
banks

Checks
and cash
items

Other assets Aggregate

Cash

s

NATIONAL CITY BANK OF NEW

YOBK, N. r.—continued

Braiil:
Recife
....
Rio de Janeiro..
.
Sao Paulo
Argentina:
Buenos Aires
.... .
Rosario
. .... .
Belgium:
Antwerp .
Brussels..........
.....
Chile:

146

.

Porto Rico* San Juan .
Uruguay: Montevideo
Venezuela: Caracas
Total




160

876

31
17

1,067
38

91
57

1,212

11,794
6,452

--

2,531

1,653
2,116

_ .

269
199

70

2

860

4,607
4,875

924
1,792

163

691

189

Italy:
Genoa . .
Milan
Republic of Panama:
Panama
England: London

3,106
14,938
14,631
27,051
5,087

. ._

8
11

1,208
62,634
6,011
4,117
4,241
2,740
236,318

437

164

5
53

23,871

838
22

2,676
110

13

787

31

4,116
23,109
17,691

141

83
1

32,114
6,378

649

1,891

132

169

60

9

79

9

4

4
5

4,377
2,960

121

73

595

171

113

4

104
211

9

38

6

12,800
7,804

364

1,496
7,762

11

25

10

31

7

76

ie

105
663

2
3

9,886
84

47
263

56
937

202
3

209
621

130
837
720

164
131
92

326
118
485

71
10
10

1,709
5,499
98,093
6,379
7,009
8,401
5,175

21,287

30, 328

6,944

13,751

1,691

370,218

16, 653

1,053
2,758
5,266
4
12

32

5
422

1,451

20,471

846

2,199
2,845

i

8,291
14,667

51
268

15,106

46
292
390

1,087
1,247

662

64

12,504
77

169

1,031
400

336
549

39

o

CHASE NATIONAL BANK OF NEW
YORK, N. Y.

Canal Zone: Cristobal
Cuba: Habana
Republic of Panama: Panama
Total

353

42

49 650
4,303

242
683

7,001

53,953

925

7,001

72
589
301

25
28
67

1,261

364

407

200

2,436
7,509
4,462

4,863

364

962

120

1,871

200

14,407

70
3

11,563
314

285
24

762
248

25

69,673
5,600

173

11,877

309

1,010

25

75, 273

30

6,735

1,771
1,241
1,851

12

4,140
1,242

260
250

203

FIKSI NATIONAL BANK OF BOSTON, MA3S.

Cuba: Habana
Total




O
W
H

W
o
o

§
o

c
1x3
CO
CO

TABLE NO. 47.—Condition of foreign branches of National City Bank and Chase National Bank, New York, N. Y., and First National
Bank, Boston, Mass., June 80, 1926

to

LIABILITIES
[In thousands of dollars]

Country and city

Capital

Profits,
including
amount
reserved
for taxes
and interest
accrued

Due to
home
office

Due to
branches

Due to
other
banks

Individual
deposits

Rediscounts

Letters of
Acceptcredit and ances
acceptances ecuted exby
executed by
other
reporting
banks
bank

Other
liabilities

o

3

NATIONAL CITY BANE OF NEW YORK, N. Y.

Cuba:

Cuatro Caminos. . __
Florida

„_ , _. __
1,000

Habana (Belascoan)

Moron

-- .-

- -

-

Pinar del Rio
Sancti Spiritus
Santiago de Cuba
Vertientes

-

790

1
206
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
6

7
87
174
126
16
95
48
14
63
2,804
28
13
45
42
106
5
27
31
16
73
23
20
76
15
10

131
655
1,084
577
583
1,809
1,587
385
594
19,226
187
3 352
1 959
976
1,273
116
280
481
422
633
804
725
1,988
173
118

582

12
5
2

62
134
217

65
1,404
150
2 978
147

224
2
1
2
2
1
32,928

2 250
316
66
128
629
297
94
34
92
148
8
10
194

Dominican Republic:
La Vega
Puerto Plata. '




1
1

O
O

3
194
1
5
7
165
19
3,187

8
6,251

1
6
2

i

3
5

1
49

10
72
6
1
72
4

2
2
1
2

5

1
3
2
2

96

3

o

I
j

San Francisco de Macons
Santiago delos Caballerps
Brazil:
Recife
—
Sao Paulo-.......... - Argentina:

„

_____.__.,___,
.
„

-

-

2S
129
679

27
66
139

1,966

150
21

4,700
1,616

12
17

454

625
603

5
6

299

231

Belgium:
Brussels
Chile:

-

1
2
5

•44

1 385
949
238

. . . . . _ . . . . . „ . . . . . . . . — . . . . ....—..

Italy:

70

Republic of Panama:

22
786

3,065

I

141

10

2

1,430

36

I

2,642
9 321
6,137

344
4 782
4,056

45
387
265

5,661
20

9, 756
2,724

5,161

283
19

1 987
20

813
216

352
251

1,864
1,739

113
»233

1,222
47

1
3

254
87

3,493
211

3,926
1,188

1,110
2,339

723
1,014

3,595
6,817

2,540
1,687

45
199

13
74
938
1,702

3,075
3,296
18
23

1,684
3,796
23,103
3,866
1 5, 707
2,373
4,223

»52,868
512
46
1,174
236

6
1
12,407
100
26
43
316

g
11
453

554

s
1

370
339

II

15

1,983

285

178
1 937
1,958

720

1,091
1,361
3,467

77

573
3,354
1 732

734
350
483

229
17
IB
7

4,870
101
158
2,327

1,137
799
163
77
686
308

6
34
3,066
224
616
305
69

7,098

1,332

54,128

23,751

32,801

131,620

77,835

24,949

12
3
39

291

104
83
248

'2,017
7,100
1
4,140

133

2
5

54

291

435

13, 257

133

7

42

188

5
15

500

Total

«

-

20

5
298
662
13
1 003
3
16,150

CHASE NATIONAL BANE OF N E ^ TORE, N, Y.

Total

12
80

188

rlRST NATIONAL BANK OF BOSTON, MASS.

—

Total




1

Includes United States deposits.

606
22

17,810
1,613

14,241
281

118, 549
2,982

17,913

235
9

319
683

10

628

Cuba: Habana—--

19,423

14,522

21,531

17,913

244

1,002

10

1

Includes bills payable.
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TABLE N O . 48.—Number, capital stock paid in, circulation outstanding, and aggregate assets of national banks at dale of each report from January 13, 1914, to
June SO, 1926, together with the total amount of money in the United States on
June SO of each year, and Vie percentage of national-bank circulation to capital,
to assets, and to money in the country
[For prior years see annual report 1920]
[Amount in millions of dollars!

Date

Number of
banks

Paid-in
capital

Circula- Aggregate
assets
tion

Money
in
United
States

Percentage of circulation t o Capital

Assets

Money
in United
States

1914
Jan. 13.
Mar.4_.
June30_.
Sept. 12.
Oct. 3 1 Oec. 3 1 -

7,493
7,493
7, 525
7,538
7,571
7,581

1,057. 6
1,050. 4
1,058.1
1,060.3
1,063.1
1,065.9

725.3
720.6
722.5
918.2
1,018.1
848.8

11.296.3
11, 564. 5
11,482. 2
11,483.5
11.492.4
41,357.0

3,738.3

68.4
67.9
68.1
86.6
95.6
79.6

6.4
6.3
6.3
8.0
8.8
7.4

19.3

1915
Mar. 4 .
Mayl..
June 23..
Sept.2..
Nov. 10.
Dec. 31

7,599
7,604
7,605
7,613
7,617
7,607

1,066.5
1,095.8
1,068. 5
1,068.8
1,068.6
1,068.0

746.5
727.7
722. 7
718.4
713.4
713.3

11,566.8
11,842.3
11,795.6
12,267.0
13,236.3
13,467.8

3,989.5

69.9
68.2
67.6
67.2
66.8
66.8

6.4
8.1
6.1
5.8
5.4
5.3

18.1

1916
Mar. 7.
May 1 . . .
June 30..
Sept. 12.
Nov. 17.
Dec. 27 .

7,586
7,578
7,579
7,589
7,584
7,584

1,067.2
1,067.4
1,066.0
1,067. 5
1,071.1
1,070.8

695.8
682.2
676.1
674.1
665.2
666.4

13,838.6
14,195. 5
13,926.8
14,464.9
15,568.8
15,388.2

4,482.9

65.2
63.9
63.4
63.1
62.1
62.2

5.0
4.8
4.9
4.7
4.3
4.3

15.1

1917
Mar. 5.
May 1. _
June 20—
Sept. 11.
Nov. 20Dec. 3 1 -

7,581
7,589
7,605
7,638
7,656
7,662

1,073.9
1,079. 7
1,082. 8
1,090.3
1,092. 2
1,092. 6

661.1
656.J
660.4
665.6
669.7
674.3

16,028.2
16,202.4
16,290.4
16,712.9
18,800.4
18, 548. 7

5,408.0

61.6
60.8
61.0
61.0
61.3
61.7

4.1
4.0
4.1
4.0
3.6
3.6

12.2

7,670
7,688
7,706
7,728
7,754
7,767

1,094.3
1,096.9
1,098. 5
1,101. 9
1,107. 8
1,109.7

672.2
680.4
681.6
674.2
675.7
678.8

18,436.4
18,719.1
18,354.9
18,646.7
20,450.6
20,644.2

6,741.0

61.4
62.0
62.0
61.2
61.0
61.0

3.6
3.6
3.7
3.6
3.3

10.1

1919
Mar. 4 .
May 12..
June 30—
Sept. 12.
Nov. 17.
Dec. 31..

7,761
7,773
7,785
7,821
7,865
7,890

1,106. 6
1, 111. 5
1,118. 6
1,138. 0
1,153. 8
1,158.3

673.9
676.9
677.2
681.6
680.9
685.8

20,406.7
21,173. 2
21,234.9
22,056.3
23,125. 5
23,684.9

7,518.8

60.9
60.9
60.5
59.9
59.0
59.2

33
3.2
3.2
3.1
2.9
2.9

9.

1920
Feb. 28..
May 4 . .
June 30..
Sept. 8 . .
Nov. 15.
Dec. 2 9 -

7,933
7,990
8,030
8,093
8,123
8,130

1,182.1
1,214.8
1,224.2
1,248.3
1,269.9
1,272.3

687.6
688.5
688.2
693.3
697.9
693.9

22,959.0
23, 252.9
23,411.3
23,175. 8
23,535.1
22,799.4

7,894.5

58.2
56.7
66.2
55.5
55.0
54.5

3.0
3.0
2.9
3.0
3.0
3.0

8.7

8,143
8,152
8,154
8,155
8,169

1,273.2
1,271.4
1,273.9
1,276. 2
1,382.4

684.4
679.6
704.1
704.7
717.5

21,451.7
20,560.3
20,517.9
19,719. 2
19,943.7

8,096.0

53.8
53.5
55. 3
55.2
55.9

3.2
3.3
3.4
3.6
3.S

8.7

Mar. 4 .
May 10.
Jnne 29..
Aug. 31Nov. 1 . .
Dec. 31-.

1918

Feb. 21.
Apr. 28..
June 30..
Sept. 6..
Dec. 31..

1921




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TABLE N O . 48.—Number, capital stock paid in, circulation outstanding, and aggregate assets of national banks at date of each report from January IS, 1914, to
June SO, 1926, together with the total amount of money in the United States on
June SO of each year, and the "percentage of national-bank circulation to capital,
to assets, and to money in the country—Continued
[For prior years see'annual report 1920]
[Amount in millions of dollars]

Data

1922

Number of
banks

Paid-in
capital

Circula- Aggregate
assets
tion

Money
in
United
States

8,603.7

55.2
54.2
54.9
54.8

3.4
3.3
3.4
3.2

22, 062. 9
22, 565.9
23, 323.1
24,381. 2

8,746.5

54.4
54.7
64.3
63.6

3.3
3.2
3.1

649.4
648.4
649.2
648.6

23, 832.4
24,350. 8
24,569. 5
25,852. 4

8, 221. 2

47.7
47.3
47.2
47.0

2.7
2.7
2.6
2.5

649.5
651.2

24, 893. 7
25, 315.6

8,373.0

46.1
46.1

19,850.4
20,170.0
20,706. 0
20,926.1
21,975.0

8,177.5

8,229
8,241
8,239
8,184

1 319 1
1, 328. 9
1,332,4
1,325. 8

728.1
720.0
731.5
725.9

21,612.7
21,611.8
21,712. 9
22,406.1

Oct. 10. .
Dec. 31

8,115
8,085
8,074
8,049

1,335. 6
1,334.0
1,332. 5
1,334. 8

726.5
729.7
723.5
714.8

1925
Apr. 6
June30
.
Sept. 28 Dee. 31

8,016
8,072
8,085
8,054

1,361.4
1,369.4
1,376. 0
1, 379.1

8,000
7,078

1,4)0.4
1,412. 9

Mar. 31
June 30

Apr. 12.
June SO

1924

1926




Money
in United
States

2.8

719.6
721.0
725.7
726.8
723.8

1923

Assets

3.6
3-. 6
3.5
3.5

1, 289. 5
1, 296. 2
1,307.2
1, 307.1
1,317.0

Apr. 3
June 30
Sept. 14
Dec. 31

Capital

55.8
55.6
56.5
55.6
55.0

8,197
8,230
8,249
8,240
8,225

M a r . 10
May 5
June 30
Sept. 15
Dec. 29

Percentage of circulation t o -

8.9

3.3
8.5

8.3

2.9

2.6

7.9

7.8

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BEPOBT OP THE COMPTBOLLER OF THE CUBBENCY

TABLE N O . 49.—Abstract of the resources and liabilities of national banks in New
York, in the two central reserve cities, in other reserve cities, and elsewhere at close
of business June SO, 1926
[In thousands of dollars]

New York;
(25 banks)

New York
Other
reserve city
and
banks
Chicago
(36 banks) (365 banks)

Country
banks
(7,577
banks)

Aggregate
(7,978
banks)

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
United States Government securities
owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned.
Customers' liability account of acceptances.
Banking house, furniture, and fixtures
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve banks.
Items with Federal reserve banks in process of collection...
Cash in vault
Amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers,
and trust companies in the United States.
Exchanges for clearing houses
Checks on other banks in the same place, Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from United
States Treasurer
United States Government securities borrowed
Bonds and securities, other than United
States, borrowed
Other a s s e t s . . —

2,274,618
578

2,914,668
793

4,183,155
2,344

6,319,851
6,582

13,417,674
9,719

516,623
391,021
146,929
54,053
127
371,420

578,646
444,108
157,976
71,518
291
462,676

765, 518
776, 298
70,135
198,419
21,010
432,745

1,125,104
2,152, 579
4,349
362,905
94,568
485, 750

2,469,268
3,372, 985
232,460
632,842
115,869
1,381,171

121, 595
28,017
15,701

142,253
36,205
64,729

279,127
85,712
386,162

80,029
238,034
629, 726

501,409
359,951
1,080,617

13,902
625, 707
50,873

44,354
665,237
52,415

221,124
201,204
21,696

11,994

33,919

135,344
33,460
23,068
23,403

400,822
899,901
97,179
69,316

1,778

7,493

1,554
185

4,747,313

Total.

125, 541

185
150
140,197
5,790,173

23, 752

14,888
602
52,535
7, 754, C

33,023
24,442

2,421
21, 071

3,173
213,803

11,771,365

25,315,624

INABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
Undivided profits less expenses, interest
and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued...
National-bank notes outstanding
Amount due to Federal reserve banks
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and
trust companies in the United States and
foreign countries
Certified checks outstanding
Cashiers' checks outstanding
Demand deposits
Time deposits
United States deposits
United States Government secmities borrowed
Bonds and securities, other than United
States, borrowed
Agreements to repurchase United States
Government or other securities sold
Bills payable, including all obligations representing money borrowed other than
rediscounts
Notes and bills rediscounted.'
Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold
for cash and outstanding
Acceptances executed for customers and to
furnish dollar exchange less those purchased or discounted
Acceptances executed by other banks
Other liabilities
Total.

248,650
313,330

415, 593
316,983

748,629
568,586

1,412,872
1,198,899

90,146
15,987
30, 524

102, 720
21,432
35,009

267,008

377,504

127,731
22, 787
147, 206
7,351
506,548

247,136
20,399
468, 940
26, 443
95, 762

477,587
64,618
651,155
33,794
979,814

796, 649
26,307
64,254
3,477, 606
1,475,179
91,463

252,127
18, 919
47,979
4,541,070
4,433,806

1,885,848
217,123
288,669
10,778,603
6,313,809
144,504

IV

671, 550
168, 652
169, 834
2,242, 332
333,017
18,923
185

837, 072
171,897
176,436
2,759, 927
404,824
22,157
185
150

30,884

14,888

9,369

602

2,421

1,533

3,173

1,956

21,225
71,820

44,925
78,630

81,368
77,154

127,514
113,017

253,807
268,801

6,125

8,461

4,115

304

12,880

137,147
21,557
14,581

148,990
22,241
15,633

68,590
6,702
23,477

3,551
858
11,695

221,131
29,801
50,805

4, 747,313

5, 790,173

7,754,086

11,771,365

25,315, 624

' Figures in this column included with New York and Chicago in the next column.




24,442

TABLE NO. 50.;—Classification of deposits in national banks at date of each call since September 28, 1925
DECEMBER 31,1925
[In thousands of dollars]
Demand deposits
Cities, States, and Territories

Time deposits

CertifiDeposit
Individual cates of State or subject
Diviother
deposits deposit munici- to notice dends
subject to due in
of less unpaid
pal
check
less than deposits than 30
30 days
days

g

s

Certificates of
deposit
due on or
after 30
days

State
and
other
municipal
deposits

2, 382,048
533,185

21,164
5,518

49
12,200

290,488
47,129

9,740
1,385

321, 441
66,232

34,476

2,915, 233

26,682

12,249

337,617

11,125

387, 673

2,534
8,864
126

435,134
43, 234
41, 626
3,737
432,467
261,438
87, 472
75, 293
44, 624
48,181
47,911
23,109
26, 498
66,803
13,440
28,117
6,739
62,555
27, 564
9,001
2,979
43,950
8,307
20,650

3,525
29
1,332
4
1,982
1,138
73
680
60
86
367
103
65
131
42
118
32
63
119
8
11
122
63
40

151,189
13,826
6,297
10,156

Other
demand
deposits

Total

Other
time
deposits

Postal
savings
deposits

Total

3

CENTBAL RESEEVE CITIES

New York
Chicago

2,321,712
511,868

Total central reserve cities....

16,077
5,931

7,017
12,825

130

2,833,580

22,008

19,842

130

OTHER RESERVE CITIES

Boston

.—

Albany
Brooklyn and Bronx
Buffalo
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Baltimore
Washington
Richmond
Atlanta
Jacksonville
Birmingham
New Orleans
Dallas
E l Paso.
Fort Worth
Galveston
Houston
San A n t o n i o . . .
Waco
Little Rock.
Ivouisville
Memphis
Nashville
-

_
-

-




-

24, 302
40,713
3, 575
420,899
246,136
82,348
72, 256
41,116
45, 407
42,217
22,155
25,196
65,704
12,811
25,755
6,061
60,155
25,929
8,002
2,641
42,940
7,587
19,462

3,205
16
179
31
1,973
6,517
541
763
153
511
51
269
34
272
350
237
482
1,138
444
46
34
4 I

50
9,965
488
112
4,974
3,882
2,939
1,343
3,059
1,825
4,836
125
861
549
229
1,945
1,127
1,124
817
295
264
1,086

424

3,451
1,056

3,128
2,069
5,197 I

632
87
112
19
892
616
569
249
235
127
31
60
103
251
50
178
40
127
57
136
9
250
49

46

492

278
3,231
1,075
682
61
311
776
500
304
27

2
156
8
10

1

S2

21,559
1,117
552
375
9,163
7,673
2,717
2,135
384
111
8,648
62
1,341
648
238
911
381
2,848
1,447
175
593
7,010
1,889
3,904

274
340
500
4,576
495
1, 517
683
50
3,078

1,000

126,105
12,680
4,413
9,503
87, 744
60,601
23,658
31,275
19,374
23,221
23,323
13, 971
14, 087
5,319
7,388
10, 818
24,502
4,085
4,858
1,166
14, 970
3,647
11,110

69,492
26,788
34,590
19,818
23,418
36,914
14,136
1,901
16,383
6,282
8,417
11, 231
27,463
8,729
5,041
1, 770
22,102
5, 599
16,054

1
o

3
tsf

a
d

to
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TABLE NO. 50.—Classification of deposits in national banks at date of each call since September 28, 1925—Continued
DECEMBEE SI, 1925—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
Time deposits

Demand deposits
Cities, States, and Territories

CertifiDeposit
Individual cates of State or subject
other
Divideposits deposit munici- to notice dends
of less unpaid
subject to due in
pal
less than deposits than 30
check
30 days
days

Other
demand
deposits

Total

Certificates of
deposit
due on or
after 30
days

State
and
other
municipal
deposits

2,935
4,925
6,093
145
2,891
1,448
4,091
7,312
5,429
8,832
10,963

300
7,055
3,170
900

Other
time
deposits

Postal
savings
deposits

Total

OTHEE HKSEEVE CITIES—continued

Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Toledo
Indianapolis
Chicago
Peoria
Detroit
Grand Rapids
Milwaukee
Minneapolis _
St. Paul
Cedar Rapids
Des Moines
Dubuque
Sioux City
Kansas City, Mo...
St. Joseph
St. Loui3
Lincoln.Omaha
Kansas City, Kans..
Topeka
Wichita
Helena
Denver
Pueblo
Muskogee...
Oklahoma City .
Tulsa
Seattle




64,602
22,751
35,849
3,323
44,335
27,930
10,979
117,437
14,431
70,218
83,816
52,863
6,062
16,434
2,951
11,394
62,729
9,027
162,422
9,841
48,632
3,075
10,004
12,271
2,829
67,551
7,733
5,077
27,869
40,195
67,095

450
117
978
42
611
572
145
6,856
623
697
126
302
452
439
5,681
292
1,493
465
1,236
230
394
426
102
772
137
823
1,361

3,887
7,643
9,925
452
5,724
2,448
490
2,402
175
4,884
5,519
3,043

166

91
70

249
932
90
3,906
8,786
1,777
2,978
2,513
3,221
2,412
699
6,410
161
718
7,376
3,433
4,771

16

93
15
112
119
182
340
76
127
458
163
19
26

5
62
•>6
287
31
61
1R
32
25
l<t
184
5
20
18
26
281

1
907
20

577
101
8
3
5

52
65
126
9
1
6
460
53
27
887

69,106
31,509
46,935
3,832
50,682
31,121
11,859
127,035
15,046
75,806
90, 517
66,774
6,459
17,699
3,439
11,980
72,443
9,345
173,129
12,114
52,916
5,833
13.651
15,135
3,649
74,923
8,036
6,276
36,139
45,042
63,618

1,342
1,105
1,536
2,391
1,327
1,223
10,457
212
3,439
586
986
1,232
443
1,812
1,004
1,257
2,789
1,335
2,383

1,626
65
100

625

500
~2M

11
215
498
275

20, 561
29,428
6,366
3,447
1,471
46, 225
5,892
34,428
9,058
23, 487
37, 401
21,357
4,932
3,199
3,880
3,293
5,060
44,942
3,749
7,276
753
345
4,098
1,218
43,064
2,764
1,143
8,136
10,430
29,838

285
31
308
23
114
456
31
484
27
435
580
1,471
16
668
20
401
779
26
409
16
227
217
224
112
90
1,448 j
197
19
1,287
54
3,075

24,081
41,439
15,937
4,515
4,476
49,755
10,079
42,324
14, 514
32,754
49, 569
31,266
6,290
4,972
5,436
8,085
5,399
6,309
60,308
3,977
11,192
1,556
1, 555
5,442
1,751
48,022

3,976
2,634
12,710
12,094
35,326

12 218
46,602
129,362
15 845
142,275
3,527
15,785

Portland

Ogden.
Salt Lake City

13
730

1,877

124

3,063
625

471

1 842
4 387
10, 547
3 227
9 621

2

898

22
167
307
61
372

34
304
755
36
689
19

11

1,956

94

14,129
52,092
142, 848
19,283
156,020
4,969
18,223

4,216
2,485
6,690

410

12,659
47,171
63,868
3,027
33,572

1,443

225

4,269

13
133

16,969
50,941
81. 941
3,780
43,602
1,187
6,070

11,108

593

9,148

654

620

1,285
375
160
472

Total other reserve cities

3,248,875

51,909

171,148

5,275

8,976

24, 258

3,510,440

201,237

41,054

1,126,172

26,255

1,394,718

Total all reserve cities

6,082,455

73,917

190,990

5,405

14,172

68,734

6,425,673

227,919

63,303

1,463,789

37,380

1, 782, 391

37,246
36,916
16,448
225,199
38,086
138,703

876
1,719
806
2,923
4,280
3,453

73

318
70
40
240

7,446
2,036
6,005

4
36

75,263
13,725
29,152
175, 704
15,926
68,195

94
274
69
920
160

567

38,763
38,910
17,514
229,361
42, 515
143,319

1,502
1,237

81

316
202
220
846
149
596

1,020

76,859
16,236
29,826
184,106
18,122
75,220

492,598

14,057

91

73

2,328

1,235

610,382

18,827

40

377,965

2,537

399,369

329,1S2
366,000
425,112
10,067
23,180

8,034
5,752
10,135

29,877
606
18,707

76

2,497

60

1
115

3,132

145

467,955
345,861
642,712
7,168
69, 748

1,231
1,418
4,224

152

,264
381,134
475,184
10,162
26,231

42,653
9,093
122,157

94
237

2,284
1,424
5,950

2,983

5,577
11,597

1,841
1,775
3,683

73
13

514,822
366,422
775,625
7,388
63,038

1,153, 511

24,073

51,687

17,300

7,630

9,774

1,263,975

177,193

9,710

1,523,434

6,959

1,717, 296

86,568
69,669
69, 563
40,062
35,663
139,026
62, 525
36,706
39,450
271,452
40, 588
70,842
56,621

4,593
1,676
453
172
1,938
1,979
1,346

1,667

68
86

31, 693
19,374
26,342
10,603
9,712
14,065
6,297
10,923
3,498
17,078
10, 773
26,718
26,210

1,860

90
15
4

82, 785
46, 581
25,165
42,903
16,119
38,981
27,945
16,328
13,885
25,043
14, 529
25,157
28,315

150
260
207
320
87

841
732

2 694
3,744
4,226
1,844
812
13,122
2,059
2,940
3,033
22,215
1,721
514
154

27,256

59,078

213,286

20,463

403, 736

116,488
67,09E
56,003
54,677
26,252
58,415
34,424
30,338
17, 878
47,392
25,546
51,948
54, 558
640,918

COUNTRY BANKS

Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island..
Connecticut

.

Total New England States
New York
Pennsylvania
Maryland
Total Eastern States
Virginia.
West VirginiaNorth Carolina-_
Florida
Mississippi

.

Texas
Arkansas
Tennessee
Total Southern States




_.

- _

1,017,722

665

1,421
9,154
2,386

3

221
372
352

1,480
3

94,587
75,850
75, 755
42, 459
38, 785
155,133
66,395
41,524
44,541
305, 052
46,396
72, 703
57,862

7,002

4,320

1,117,042

675
541
310
317
341
409
998
395
271

1,664

247
205

1,345

972
81
55
665
66
68
37
615
134

601

158

50

6,532

884

4,229
751
334

4,219

81

3,045

451

4,500

1,150
101
42
44
771
154
68
29

3,433

TABLE NO. 50.—Classification of deposits in national banks at date of each call since September 28,1925—Continued
D E C E M B E R 31, 1925—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
Time deposits

Demand deposits

Cities, States, and Territories

CertifiDeposit
Individual cates of State or subject
other
deposits
deposit munici- to notice
subject to due in
of less
pal
check
less than deposits than 30
30 days
days

Dividends
unpaid

Other
demand
deposits

Total

Certificates of
deposit
due on or
after 30
days

State
and
other
municipal
deposits

Other
time
deposits

Postal
savings
deposits

s
Total

COUNTRY BAKES—continued

Ohio
Indiana.
Illinois
Michigan
Wisconsin
Minnesota

187,578
118,776
202,422
69,934
79,381
71,291
85,391
42,592

Missouri.
Total Middle Western States
North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas.
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma.

...
._
_.

Total Western States
Washington
Oregon
California...
[daho
Utah




14,714
6,545
11,501
4,927
3,406
9,443
9,761
2,469

23,069
9,877
7,473
6,247
4,316
9,225
1,570
1,701

857,365

62,766

63,478

33,604
26, 638
31,355
77,880
27,560
16,091
41,882
13,719
119,038

5,001
4,093
6,242
9,325
2,730
1,443
4,359
1,164
4,996

3,309
3,879
2,814
9,377
7,834
5,281
3,418
4,170
22,954

386, 767

39,353

63,036

50,590
35,370
143, 859
23,765
3,359

1,675
3,738
4,267
1,854
196

11,461
6,039
23,125
6,631
792

1,102
826
1,265
545
665
470
236
169

577
1,195
970
584
115
533
476
21

227,270
137,229
223,765
82,237
88,104
90,999
97,534
46,952

56,043
46,839
75,012
26,475
49,155
80.937
69,717
13,684

4,380
980
1,360
377
965
1,865
179
252

115,304
60,320
125,094
113,729
79,688
57,440
37,654
8,454

624
462
1,342
679
443
651
701
209

176,351
108,601
202,808
141,260
130,251
140,893
10S, 251
22,599

732

5,278

4,471

994,090

417, 862

10,358

597,683

5,111

1,031,014

2
16
96
210
1

113
214
114
242
232
29
149
17
393

42,109
33,884
40,661
97,336
38,441
22,899
49,879
19,085
147, 976

33, 461
22, 820
29,856
30,509
12,319
4,960
11, 472
2,499
21, 789

1,320
221
80
318

371

80
44
40
302
84
55
71
15
224

50
493
110
3,404

10,548
7,068
4,705
8,404
11,955
6,837
16,891
1,786
10,254

481
910
40
404
2,630
1,193
755
414
. 827

45,810
31,019
34,681
39, 635
26,904
13,040
29,611
4,809
36,274

696

915

1,503

492,270

169, 685

5,996

78,448

7,654

261,783

13
65
386

421
150
668
51
9

83
59
506
19
39

64,230
45,369
172,490
32,706
4,395

8,483
8,023
11,758
5,430
927

346
394
6,674
274
63

37,698
16,481
86,349
8,387
3,184

2,193
593
596
1,550
44

48,720
25,491
105,377
15,641
4,218

230
10
134
221
37
100

3

w
Q
3

Nevada
Arizona

a, 882
13,911

Total Pacific States
Alaska (nonmember banks)
The Territory of Hawaii (nonmember banks).
Total (nonmember banks)

331
167
12,228

60, 897

1,634
2,390
4,024

Total country banks

...

Total United States

15
15

4, 188,723
10,271,178

19
181

25
1,052

200

464

1,077

1
12

7,150
16,033

410
666

1,027

5,753
5,198

189
301

6,352
7,192

1,329

719

342,373

35,697

8,778

163,050

5,466

212,991

3
16

921
1,928

276, 736

_

1

1,682
3,639

843
369

178
2

1,103
505

82
134

19

1

5,321

216

1,212

180

1,608

179,933 . 289,344

20,929

24, 501

22,023

4, 725,453

1,032, 766

55,345

3,145, 528

31,340

4,264,979

480,334

26,334

38,673

80,757

11,151,126

1,260, 685

108,648

4,609,317

68,720

6,047,370

37,952
120

1,967,406
492,155

10,700

284,738
47,947

8,875
1,343

310,953
65, 472

10,700

332,685

10, 218

376,425

125,294
12,640
6,577
9,647
94,638
64,090
23, 442
33,012
16, 288
15,135
23,361
13,886

3,620
20
1,552
4
1,946
1,087
76
682
60
68
442
109
82
145
50
117
29
66
129
8
10
114
61
42
292
31

151,088
13,901
8,726
10,778
103, 525
74, 742
27,874
37,234
16,894
23,898
31,028
14,560
3,240
17,360
7,030
10,440
11,996.
28,120
10,099
4,911
1,742
24,034
5,626
16,190
23,582
44,884

253,860

A P R I L 12, 1926
CENTRAL BESEKVE CITIES

New York

1,911,334
459,823

Total central reserve cities
OTHER RESERVE CITIES

Boston
Albany.Brooklyn and Bronx
Buffalo
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Baltimore
Washington
Richmond
Atlanta
Jacksonville
Birmingham
New Orleans
Dallas
El Paso
Fort Worth
Galveston
Houston
San Antonio
Waco
Little Book
Louisville
Memphis
Nashville
Cincinnati
Cleveland

-

...

10,295
3,171

6,645
28,952

817

2,371,157

Chicago

13,466

35,597

817

452

38,072

2, 459,561

17,340
5,482
22,822

398,921
24,715

1,585
14
177
27
1,587
4,501
903
503
117
702
3,824
286
124
242
210
244
180
512
397
69
63
373
444
4
670

50

156

715
67
6,212
6,458
3,497
1,283
1,596
1,440
8,314
301
996
3,605
681
6,445
350
3,474
2,472
2,150
386
379

153
81
2
3
60
26
28
249
3
6
4

820
20,654
215

401,685
54, 296
44,492
3,618
404,011
249,224
78,972
76,313
29,949
50,440
60, 213
21,377
26, 244
71,186
13,776
43,067
8,293
62,118
27,848
9,700
2,701
43, 917
8,048
21. 712
65,599
39, 235

22,174
1,241
597
332
6,941
9,541
3,516
3,040
546
8.669
2,944
65
1,764
880
463
968
495
2, 633
1,351
160
644
8,900
2,112
3, 598
2,740
4,512

43,383

3,521
392,357
234,948
73,445
73,490
28,233
-




38,063
20,790
24,901
67, 293
12,885
36,374
7,724
58,122
24, 977
7,479
2,213
43,144
7,604
20,606
59, 436
24,960

1,064
6,672
12,720

3,366
1,103

363

429
3,188
1,099
788

211
28

33
1
862

795
24
840
500
26
4,281
500
1,394
1,737
796
50
3,979

900
455

14, 598
5,721
9,355
11,472
25,371
4,640
4,743
1,088
15,020
3,453
11,650
20,095
30, 511

TABLB NO. 50.—Classification 0/ deposits in national banks at date of each call since September 28, 19%5—Continued
APRIL 12, 1926-.Continued
tin thousands of dollars]
Time deposits

Demand deposits
CertifiDeposit
Individual cates 91 State or subject
other
deposits
deposit munici- to notice
subject to due in
of less
pal
check
less than deposits than 30
30 days
days

Cities, States, and Territories

Dividends
unpaid

Other
demand
deposits

Total

Certificates of
deposit
due on or
after 30
days

State
and
other
municipal
deposits

3,791
214
3,268
1,443
4,307

4,563
2,500

Other
time
deposits

Postal
savings
deposits

Total

OTHER RESERVE CITIES—continued
Columbus
Toledo
Indianapolis
Chicago
Peoria
Detroit
Grand Rapids
Milwaukee...
Minneapolis
St. Paul
_
Cedar Kapids
Des Moines
Dubuque..
_'
Sioux City....,
Kansas City, Mo
•
_
St. Joseph..
St. Louis
Lincoln
Omaha
_
Kansas City, Kans
Topeka
Wichita
Helena,.
Denver
Pueblo
Muskogee..
Oklahoma City.
Tulsa
"" "
Seattle
Spokane
Portland

,

__..

•
_

_

89,277
3,050
43,189
28,462
11,819
114,004
13,679
07,800
82,230
47,661
5,964
17,990
3,079
10,424
58,769
7,688
162,068
9,489
46,814
3,861
9,889
12,701
61,751
7,338

579
12
652
587
110
4,878
256
559
315
98
196
393
496
5,494
302
1,077
444
1,102
242
683
386
120
852
139

4,803

"




...

30,180
53,183
54,737
11,241
46,126

400
509
10
766

10,676
4,396
2,010
575
3,053
728
7,332
7,570
8,920
1,397
60
3,458
5,806
2,138
1,997
994
2,109

124
38

199

5
8

8
2

25
46
4
105

1,836
439

10,258
239
1,125
6,477
4,583
11,306
3,933

717
161
31
534
138
464

50,567
3,063
48,248
31,138
12,614
122,010
14,664
75,234
90, 515
56,940
6,267
19,593
3,480
10,982
67,749
7,991
169,037
12,044
49,927
5,203
12,652
14, 575
3,250
73,732
7,716
6,346
37,486
58,204
67,112
15,323
54.310

468

8,840

65
1,500

9,337

1,225

4,627
7,348

6,984
962
1,138
1,582
2,198
1,309
1,051
16,631
217

1,025
445
1,632
1,016
1,143
3,113
2,185
2,669
4,075
2,476

709
"20O'

1,029
1
604
1,444
543
50

6,619
2,667
1,910
48,466
5,863
27,099
9,002
23,622
39,032
21,677
4,832
2,994
3,826
5,147
3,739
4,768
48.457
3; 757
8,757
711
335
4,151
1,294
44,184
2,728

1,065
9,232
17,072
28,358
12,170
47,842

307
46
127
434
25
443
29
422
597
1,700
15
838
21
433
788
25
387
1
4
242
227
240
138
99
1,596
204
15
1,370
55
2,930
99
1,241

15,280
5,427
5,305
50,811
10,260
37,882

13, 658
31,392
£0,191
30,361
5,809
4,970
5,429
7,775
5,836
5.844
66,184
3,988
12,648
1,546
1,267
5,314
1,838
48,441
3., 94f>
2,827
15,159
19, 865
34,007
16,344

51,559

13

2,235

4
3
4

1,336

4,840

1,102

5,657

113,104
14 685
133,534
2,916
13,909
3,127, 584

58,010

250,292

1,350
2,205
670
3,621
4,193
3,088
15,127

14
2
28

327,874
337,556
423, 761
9,643
22,527
1,121,361

Total all reserve cities

1,795
214,695

35,070
33,838
15,405
224,340
34,145
136,875
479, 673

_. .

San Francisco
Ogden...
_
Salt Lake City
Total other reserve cities

44,544

5,498,741

Los Angeles _

7,003
4,687
9,546

35,971
1,063
17,444

1,597
10,495

124

2,301
56,809

12,171

1,239
IS
1,751
436
452

10,187
3,430
10,734

356
167
466
14
135

35, 560

126,778
18,178
147, 359
3,844
16,160
3,428,325

1,667
213,704

54, 460

4,253
1,157, 595

27,087

103,679
4,248
42,022
1,437
6,805
1,452,846

1,554

73,632

5, 887,886

236, 526

65.160

1,490,280

37,305

1, 829,271

5
15
5

3,793

40,232
36,123
16,393
228,746
38,343
140,194
500,031

1,878
1,546

114

682

77,859
14,677
29,840
182,136
16,606
71,894
393,012

93
311
68

9,168
1,970
7,668
22,912

5
336

79,944
16,534
30,595
192,549
18,723
80,516
418,861

373,274
345, 596
467,381
9,646
25,061
1,220,958

47,510
9,216
119,935
165
3,164
179,990

89,945
75,998
74, 579
40,867
33,169
134, 785
58,317
40,497
40,305
286,875
45,413
68,243
58, 316
1,047,309

33,395
20,110
25, 514
9,590
11,724
11,384
7.470
11,401
3,981
19,887
10,600
27,404
26,481
218,941

224,148
123, 365
230, 646
86,361
98,185
84,165
103, 577
45, 759
996, 206

56,911
47, 321
74,920
27,503
50,899
81,456
66,460
14,423
419,893

45

486

3

6,404

11,292

14,030

1,360

353

702

85,627
3,728
26,166
721

750

COUNTBT BANKS

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont.
Massachusetts
Rhode Island..
Connecticut
Total New England States
New York
Pennsylvania
Maryland
Total Eastern States
Virginia
West Virginia
North Carolina -South Carolina...
Florida
Alabama
Louisiana
Texas
Kentucky
Tennessee
Total Southern States

_.

Ohio
Michigan

.

Minnesota
Missouri
Total Middle Western States




81,871
69,726
67,149
36,542
31,309
117,516
54, 508
31,753
35,447
248,891
39,180
66,723
57,295
937,810
183,237
108,590
211,117
69,473
82,960
67,950
92,074
41,084
856,485

21,360
5,745
1,600

70
5
22
122

45
7

72

2,191
4,520
6,720
2,238

1,807

583

17

171
74

143
3
6
397

63
313
686
209

5,064
2,248
589

5,992
31

8,860

519
991

6,552
2,261

14,856
2,533
7,055
3,812
30,579
2,238

777
682

630
315

6

36
36
14
6
6
15
15
4
11
38
5
19
15

24,328

78,270

2,090

220

4,491

10,386
5,786
10,762
3,382
3,341
8,140
9,115
2,088
52,980

29,548
8,001
7,882
12,752
11,541
7,725
1,857
2,582
81,888

348
74
187

118
30
61
22
23
7
11
11

511
884
637
732
104
336
402
14

283

3,620

566
197

1,169
2,019
1,250

260

216
7
118
950

102
116
130
77
85
379
11

1,166
44
555

1,729
94
3

465

2,738
367

5,817

259

9,181
1,223
697

1,058
588
248

4,301

58

3,590
184

4,717
100
15
23

16,802
5,389
3C4

2,032
702

1,658
1,583
63
270

12,001

482. 565
363,294
667,240
7,409
60,539
1,571,047
85,129
48, 782
29, 588
40,092
16,182
44, 522
30,649
16,076
14,204
25,368
15,720
26,808
28,342
421,463
116, 564
59,355
126,405
114,688
80,796
57,456
37, 337
9,381
602, 282

909
147
954

2,482
835

3,030
4,544
67
19

8,495
113
272
780
303
96

1,427
108
37
27
852
156
58
33

4,262
655
486

1,444
684
429
816
825
212
0 , O")i

533, 648
376, 907
787, 636
7.641
63,981
1, 768, 713
119,860
69,861
56,940
50,573
28,250
61, 634
38,285
31,104
18,396
50,825
28,576
54,285
54,879
661,468
179,519
107,466
204,801
143,877
133,782
141,311
104,685
24, 286
1, 039, 727

Ox

TABLE NO. 50.—Classification of deposits in national banks at date of each call since September 28, 1935—Continued
A P R I L 12, 1926—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
Time deposits

Demand deposits
Deposit
CertifiIndividual cates of State or subject
other
deposits
deposit munici- to notice
subject to
of less
due in
pal
check
less than deposits than 30
days
30 days

Cities, States, and Territories

Dividends
unpaid

Other
demand
deposits

Total

Certificates of
deposit
due on or
after 30
days

State
and
other
municipal
deposits

Other
time
deposits

Postal
savings
deposits

Total

COUNTBY BANES—continued

North Dakota
South Dakota
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado

_

-_

..

Oklahoma
Total Western States
Washington
Oregon
Idaho
Utah
Nevada

.

.

Total Pacific States
The Territory of Hawaii (nonmember banks).

30,626
25,460
33,442
74,586
25,782
15,265
41,216
12,735
106,301

4,233
3,721
6,149
9,041
2,581
1,219
3,479
906
3,868

5,066
4,868
2,261
7,200
5,839
4,261
5,032
3,293
24,962

15
13
25
240

62

365,413

35,197

62,782

345

47,682
34,026
137,951
22,357
2,918
5,623
14,332

1,525
3,605
3,635
1,940
91
238
184

19,269
6,322
21,268
5,749
587
748
1,941

264,889

11,218

55,884

1,769
2,432

30
39

25
986

10,553
6,758
5,125
8,703
12,200
6,666
16,845
1,801
11,211

575
987
42
444
2,724
1,284
861
551
891

46,296
30,878
34,782
39,993
27,559
13,207
30,198
5,184
40,419

7,346

79,862

8,359

268, 516

783
296
6,719
137
29
6
721

36,486
16,570
84,171
8,761
3,319
5,940
5,303

2,108
663
628
1,655
38
207
331

48,506
25,903
102,783
16,130
4,338
6,615
7,030

8,691

160,550

5,630

211,305

848
348

169
2

1,096
849

5

96
420
80
260
246
28
90
20
563

40,042
34,483
41,962
91, 335
34,448
20,773
49,822
16,954
136,751

33,838
22,354
29,572
30,565
12,628
5,143
12,067
2,696
24,086

1,330
779
43
281
7
114
425
136
4,231

30

1,803

465,570

172,949

5
1
14
1
1
2

91
43
651
18
147
1
29

68, 572
44,002
163,583
30,452
3,744
6,611
16,488

9,129
8,374
11,265
5,577
952
462
675

24

980

333,452

36,434

1

1,825
3,457

79
499

6
1
5
8
5

5
64
388

457

4,201

69

1,011

1

5,282

578

1,196

171

1,945

Total country banks

4,029,932

160,279

336,689

16,013

1,076

24,819

4,668,808

1,051,697

64,476

3,229,412

34,950

4,370,535

Total United States

9, 528,673

218,289

686,981

21,670

2,630

98,451

10,466,694

1,288,223

119,636

4, 719,692

72,255

6,199,806

Total (nonmember banks)




JUNE 30, 1926
CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES

New York
Chicago
Total central reserve cities

2,156,206
471,677

-

Albany
Brooklyn and Bronx
Buffalo. ;
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Baltimore
Washington
Richmond
Atlanta
Jacksonville
Birmingham
,
New Orleans
Dallas
El Paso
Fort Worth
Galveston
Houston
San Antonio
Waco
Little Bock-..
Louisville
Memphis
„
Nashville
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus...
_Toledo
Indianapolis
Chicago
--Peoria
Detroit
Grand Rapids
Milwaukee,-.
Minneapolis..
St. Paul
_
Cedar Rapids.
DesMoines
Dubuque
Sioux City

—

'.—

—
—
—
-

K n a City, I f e . ! , , ^ , . . ^ . . . !
a ss




9,972

55,865

3,352
6
176
26
975
4,304
1,684
736
120
741
88
336
107
248
288
138
327
883
386
69
49
426
540

50
12,883
755
118
6,659
4,336
3,280
1,290
1,591
703
10,727
291
300
2,975
499
5,004
197
3,042
1,401
1,622
826
1,204

430,258
26,161
43,865
3,510
399,378
236,083
76,553
76,756
29,632
44,801
33,055
19,172
22,416
67,085
11,766
35,899
6,943
58,139
24,552
6,863
2,235
40,293
7,036
19,371
59, 764
27,106
39,493
3,520
42,837
29,002
12,688
128, 757
13,035
65,438
79,188
49,184
6,014
16,422
2,937
9,401
57,114

4
520
688
908
279
346
498
10
3,458
206
732
287
104
223
429
491
4,985

61,648
180

2, 242,332
517,595

30

4,449

61,828

2, 759,927

22,926

1,564

659
86
82
22
1,157
574
491
259
190
128
71
75
102
335
10
155

2,789
31,356
184

438, 673
70,492
45,086
3,676
411,666
249,609
82,011
79,878
31,533
46,406
43,955
19,876
23,407
70,659
12,563
41,263
7,505
62,150
26,423
8,620
3,111
42,153
7,625
21,033
67,432
40,261
51,000
3,814
50,579
32,965
13.522
135; 388
14,115
70,916
88,728
55,810
6,354
18,260
3,405

20,016
1,321
666
564
7,446
10,261
1,846
3,034
1,232
130
7,751
43
1,895
753
271
1,001
325
2,776
1,233
147
565
6,900
2,066
3,799
3,336
6,272
3,797
147
6,764
1,369
3,644
7,754
4,144
8,118
9,736
5,313
915
985
1,538
2,195
1,466

24
3,290
1,126

1,528

7,283
3,321
635
2,740
800
5, 254
8,378
6,163
212
75
2.87B

299,358
49,861

9,055
1,355

333,017
71,807

22,269

349,219

10,410

404,824

127, 552
12,984
7,387
9,652
95, 772
62,358
22,307
31, 470
16,435
24,874
21,994
14,753

3,529
22
1,483
4
2,098
1,042
68
592
57
98
490
112
71
139
44
116
28
68
124
8
12
111
64
42
290
25

16,235

11,325
10,467

1,593

13,900

2,256
2,193

14,694
41,171

2,627,783

OTHER RESERVE CITIES

Boston

7,518
2,454

80
44
76
1
240
48
88
167
89
108
15
113
105
159
394
74
166
293
167
•21

15

207
3,186
3
837
33
14
2
482
16
67

1,053
9

65,266

1,206
25
1,724
500
4,400
500
1,034
1,438
797
50
4,433

500
300
11,735
1,600
2,500
474
65
3,056
2,463

13,616
5,721
9,954
11,373
25,982
5,015
4,909
1,093
15,454
3,548
11,639
21,430
31,022
8,547
2,998
2,399
49,207
6,071
35,088
9,016
23,977
39,348
21,099
4,888
3,011
4,012
5,292
4,086

124
439
24
468
30
417
623
2,019
19
931
22
455
812

151,097
14,327
9,536
11,426
105, 316
73,686
25,945
35,596
17,724
25,102
34,635
15,408
3,000
15,946
6,833
11,071
11,726
28,876
10,805
5,064
1,670
22,465
5,678
15,980
25,356
49,054
14, 242
5,683
9,287
51,489
9,804
46,366
13,190
32,512
62,170
28,431
5,822
4,927
5,572
7,942
6,364

TABLE NO. 50.—Classification of deposits in national hanks at date of each call since September S8, 1&%5—Continued
00

JUNE 30,1926—Continued
[In'tliousands of dollars)
Time deposits

Demand deposits

Cities, States, and Territories

CertifiDeposit
Individual cates of State or subject
other
deposit munici- to notice
deposits
of less
subject to due in
pal
less than deposits than 30
check
30 days
days

Dividends
unpaid

Other
demand
deposits

Total

Certificates of
deposit
due on or
after 30
days

State
and
other
municipal
deposits

Other
time
deposits

Postal
savings
deposits

Total

OTHER RESERVE crams—continued
St. Joseph _ .
St. Louis...
Lincoln
. _
Omaha
Kansas City, Kans
Topeka.
Wichita.
Helena
Denver
Pueblo.
Muskogee.. __
Oklahoma City..
Tulsa
Seattle
. .
Spokane . .
Portland.
LOB Angeles
Oakland.
San Francisco..
Ogden
Salt Lake City..., .

7,045
158,626
11,352
45,938
3,117
8,413
12,853
2,656
61, 077
8,410
4,969
29,792
54,354
52,044
11,108
43,393
115,138
14,166
127,926
2,890
15,008

Total other reserve cities
Total all reserve cities

346
2,250
373
952
248
412
308
120
1,035
141

11
494
42
60
16
31
26
20
136
5
20
20
48
194
20
168
282
56
644

500
58,345

1,188,039

27,588

1,475,179

224,133

80,614

1, 537,258

37,998

1,880,003

1,887
1,439
668
10, 039

5
36

82,453
15,158
30, 592
186, 726

89
291
61
875

3,477,606

201,207

13,808

108,517

6,237,538

313
186
211
791

31
62
34
1,081

3,152,987

44,169

217,928

6,474

9,359

5,780,770

54,141

273,793

6,504

37,302
34,033
16,659
223,841

1,054
2,134
675
3,772

26
2
135

eeo
10

5,993
64,829
4,18C
12,804
1,571
1, 555
6,«3
1,806
47,190
4,211
3,218
14,815
22,087
34,629
16,334
51,940
101,065
4,265
41,286
1, 523
7,283

46,689

735
994
18
3,145
280
383

765
790

26
392
16
244
239
303
149
89
1,633
218
107
1,279
59
2,875
100
1,257
361
167
463
16
140

1,009
14,662
265
3,251
619
916
991
423
1,388
1,030
1,164
2,83J
1,566
2,481
3,731
2,344
6,706
471
8,793
764
2,278

243

'

4,958
49,285
3,900
9,059
713
336
4,273
1,354
43,086
2,961
1,255
9,179
19,230
29,243
12,503
48,339
82,704
3,627
29,594
743
4,365

7,402
166,950
12,284
49,760
6,682
18, 4S3
15,508
3,344
71,818
6,744
6,306
39,663
60,228
62,687
14,569
68,977
127,905
17,260
144,378
3,479
17,015

4,287
2,517
2,801
3,251
3,597
2 321
547
8,495
188
1,161
8,836
5,010
9,009
3,254
7,530
10,488
2,974
10,646
' 309
1,585

50
9
61
1
1,076
156
250
26
750
177
151
1,053
46
2,017

39

500
250

1,084
2
692
1,526
1,232
30
11,2M
2,435

COUNTRY BASKS

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts.,.




.....

378

38,726
36,417
17, 579
230, 018 1

'

84,429
16,888
31,326
197,67S

Rhode Island
Connecticut
Total New England States
New York.
_
New Jersey
... .
Delaware
Maryland
Total Eastern States
Virginia
.
West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
FloridaAiabama..
_
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas..
.
Kentucky
Tennessee
Total Southern States
Ohio.
Indiana
Illinois..
Michigan
Wisconsin.
Minnesota
Iowa.
Missouri..
Total Middle Western States
North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska.
Kansas. . ..
Montana
Wyoming..
. __.
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Total Western States




23 470
134, 272

3,072
2,835

113
553

200

26 655
137, 860

2,087
8,058

10 766
71, 821

85
928

12 938
80,807

469, 577

_ ._
..

13, 542

406

155

2,167

1,408

487, 255

24,178

41

397, 516

2,329

424, 064

327, 558
358, 772
417, 907
9,587
23,186

6,433
5,200
10,053

39,385
782
18, 646

63
537
9,035

2,107
894
5,277

2,307

68

119

377, 399
367, 800
464, 672
9,662
26,141

42, 320
10,832
118,973
163
3,108

1,857
38
5,649

222

1,853
1,615
3,7o4
75
239

261

495,861
371, 523
670, 585
7,572
60,927

828
1,416
4,092
59
109

540,866
383,809
799, 299
7 794
64,403

1,137, 010

21,908

61,120

9,703

7,536

8,397

1,245,674

175,394

7,805

1, 606,468

6,504

1, 796,17

80,458
68, 257
62,704
32, 744
30,828
96,165
50,126
28,762
33.655
238,944
36, 373
66,829
55,573

5,808
1,645
1,223
377
1,397
1,111
1,366
299
1,217
7,107
2,032
906

1,188
585
611
280
287
249
28B
202
144
954
93
375
324

79
87
41
32
114
1,370
17
1,088
123
859
1,691
311
2

89, 696
74,135
72,022
35,926
33,292
113,819
53,392
36,285
38,880
273,735
42, 880
68,849
57,041

33,875
20,101
24,383
9,804
11,129
9,909
7,722
13, 207
3,581
20,073
11,180
27,933
28,392

1,270
581
1 048
637
205
4 938
268
2,658
287
4,988
87
51
5

86, 859
49,100
30,165
43,119
16,432
46 025
30, 816
15,075
14,013
26, 676
15, 645
27,876
29,634

115
276
79
291
95
1,061
234
22
32
790
158
57

8%

2,063
3,561
7,542
2,493
66$
15,919
1,591
5,934
3,333
26,489
2,678
428
289

37

122,119
70,058
65 675
53,851
27,861
61, 933
39,040
80, 962
17, 913
51,427
26, 970
55,917
58,068

880,416

25,341

71,988

812

5,481

5,814

989,852

221,289

17,023

430,235

3,247

671,794

192,809
113,856
216, 022
70,342
83,190
70,038
84, 719
40,302

10,247
5,631
10, 818
4,377
3,287
8,079
9,077
2,151

29,544
10,991
9,131
11,096
9,222
16,181
1,058
2,862

351
34
167
3
210
14
58
5

1,135
747
984
499
609
298
184
133

516
984
544
692
13S
393
S82

4

234,602
132, 243
237, 666
87,009
•96, 666
95,003
95,478
45, 457

58,454
48,233
75, 971
27,600
50,866
78, 411
65,630
14,501

5,572
662
1,525
833
1,352
2,094
36
264

120,004
62,129
129, 547
117,976
83,251
56, 721
37,627
9,704

661
471
1,436
650
438
911
858
232

184,681
111.496
208,479
147, 059
135,907
138.137
104,151
24,701

871,278

53,667

90,085

842

4,589

3,658

1,024,114

419,666

12,338

616, 959

5,647

1,054,610

28,404
24,571
31,632
75, 910
24,134
14,952
38, 635
12,071
103, 708

4,268
4,056
6,036
8,986
2,560
1,197
3,713
1,100
4,107

3,219
4,924
2,893
9,714
6,845
4,415
3,353
4,001
25,316

2
13
5

39
19
35
252
37
41
42

36,001
33, 868
40,661
95,432
33,810
20,637
45, 717
17,197
133, 725

33,430
21, 626
29,898
30, 810
12, 564
5,022
11, 779
2,606
24,391

1,298
292
108
407
49
456
243
4,424

10, 786
7,332
5,141
9,075
12,605
6,775
17,359
1,788
12,437

613
1,137
38
500
2,724
1,262
961
609
924

46,127
30,387
35,183
40, 792
27,900
13,108
30, 555
5,246
42,176

353,917

36, 023

64,680

457, 048

172,126

7,282

83, 298

" 8,768

271,474

1
5
3
408
382
13

165

135

79
275
60
343
234
32
74
18
294

412

607

1,409

227

7

7

fed

TABLE N O . 50.—Classification of deposits in national banks to date of each call since September 28, 1925—Continued
JUNK 30,1926-Continued
(In thousands of dollars]
Demand deposits
CertifiDeposit
Individual cates of State or subject
other
deposit munici- to notice
deposits
of less
subject to due in
pal
less than deposits than 30
check
30 days
days

Cities, States, and Territories

Time deposits

Dividends
unpaid

Other
demand
deposits

Total

Certificates of
deposit
due on or
after 30
days

State
and
other
municipal
deposits

Other
time
deposits

Postal
savings
deposits

Total

COUNTRY BANKS—continued

Washington
Oregon

_

. . .

46,632
33,843
134,624
21,345
2,279
5,849
12,568

Total Pacific States..
The Territory of Hawaii (nonmember banks).

58,826

22
436

25
1,082

131
74
610
3
428
1
36

65,420
46,348
163,678
30,382
3,317
7,139
14,908

8,275
8,151
11,118
5,388
904
419
593

726
324
7,304
105
19

1,065

1,283

331,192

34,848

2
18

852

230
117
634
40
11
21
12

1

1,964
3,971

93
80

862

36,901
17,193
86..716
9,113
3,364
6,052
5,108

2,069
612
589
1,586
34
194
348

47,961
26,280
105,727
16,192
4,321
6,665
6,911

9,340

164,447

5,422

214, 057

925
359

176
3

1,194
442

4,349

Total country banks




12,026

1,914
2,435

27
439
386

.
...

.

468

1,107

20

1

5,935

173

1,107

179

1,636

3,973, 687

Total (nonmember banks)

Total United States

16,687
8,459
23,643
6,496
440
1,006
2,095

257,140

Idaho
Utah
Nevada .

1,740
3,828
3,728
2,112
169
262
197

162,965

348,212

12,776

21,465

21, 965

4,541,070

1,047,674

53,829

3,300,207

32,096

4,433,806

9,754,457

217,106

622,005

19,280

35,273

130,482

10,778, 603

1,271,807

134,443

4, 837, 465

70,094

6,313,809

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TABLE NO. 51.—Cash in vaults of national banks at date of each call since September
28, 1925
[In thousands of dollars]
Dee. 31, 1925

Banks in—

Apr. 1.!, 1926

United
States
and
Total
bank
cash
currency

Gold
coin

Silver
and
minor
coin

767
355
1,122

1,615
968
2,583

28,732
8,097
36,829

31,114
9,420
40,534

413
197

146
15
35
7
235
180
59
72
23

491
102
185
69
1,071
527
226
243
90

39
19
12
8
32
60
29
34
38

129
125
65
63
160
79
126
66
207

7,506
1,212
1,460
198
8,942
5,901
2,109
3,066
861
1,160
1,364

8,143
1,329
1,680
274
10,248
6,608
2,394
3,381
974
1,328
1,508

728
656

805
717

3
14
54
18
69
2
342
98
20
17
32
76
28
20
11
49
14
18
35

36
86
157
77
152
42
224
222
71
162
76
268
259
152
14
119
28
94
114

14
52
10
55
28
6

87
200
25
76
125
14
275
64
37
152
141
399
150
287
484
90
528
61
68

Gold
coin

United
Silver States
and
and
Total
minor bank cash
coin
currency

CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES

New York
Chicago
Total central reserve cities

610

1,578
844
2,422

27,433
8,129
35,562

29,424
9,170
38,594

95
24
24
2
167
170
45
47
7

479
88
222
13
813
485
214
184
39

6,092
1,125
1,380
232
8,187
5,689
1,858
3,100
447
1,005
1 015

6,666
1,237
1,626
247
9,167
6,244
2,117
3,331
493
1,138
1,173

OTHER RESERVE CITIES

Boston

Albany..

_

. .

_

Buffalo
.
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Baltimore..

...

Richmond
Atlanta
Jacksonville
Birmingham .
New Orleans..
Dallas
El Paso
Fort Worth

_ _ _. _
...

. ..

Houston

87
9
5
31

Waco...
Little Rock
Louisville
Memphis __
Cincinnati
Columbus
Toledo .
Chicago
Peoria __
Detroit
Grand Rapids
Milwaukee
Minneapolis- .
St. Paul
Cedar Rapids..

.
_

.
. .
_

._ . .

Dubuque
_
Sioux City .
Kansas City, Mo
St. Joseph
St. Louis .
Lincoln
. . . .
Kansas City, Kans
Topeka
..
Wichita
Helena

67
30

.. _

1,076

Pueblo
Oklahoma City
Tulsa
Seattle . .
Los Angeles
Oakland
Ogden _
.
Salt Lake City
Total other reserve cities
Total all reserve cities




-r

160
2
41
23
52
9
340
664
1
38
14
23

4,790
5,912

177
112
13
111

73
185

1,500

1,692

203
689
422

332
843
512

1,730
1,600
351
66
1,092
396
642

2,030

1,975
1,864
472
84
1,234
435
642

2,241

737

832

2,180

2,401

157

2,843
1,799
584

201

3,409
2,119
675

1,568

1,747

774

882

1,962
1,413
1,178

2,306
1,700
1,350

327
818
213
789

352
986
255
901

1,568
602
2,094

1,717
742
2,309

450

651

1,200

1,452

138
418
451
89

173
549
604
109

18
24
14

7
34
62
29
21
39

107
13
6
31
1
16
59
16
89

1

93
29
16
19
147
24
16
7
43
19
26
46

82
26

15
47
11
60
40
6

2,007

3,418

1,080

432
346
568

646
385
761

1,017
1,521

1,181
1,972

170
5
49
22
59

325

484

7

1,124
2,919

1, 751
4,067

1,865

2,431
160
229

38
3
23

10, 270 82,927 97,987
12,853 119, 756 138, 521

4,432
6,042

374

95
138

465

58
649

3

115
134
57
40
133
92
124
176

174
88
11
106
32
68
148
47
135
51
180
207
70
174
86
228
244
158
34
71
46
73
101

58
221
82
182
18
69
57
13
228
36
56
91
132
311
126
242
384
79
595
36
66

657

728
532

485
1,433

1,600

238
894
595

1,047

1,804
1,509
335
68
708
356
466

1,936
1,004
1,778
148

2,408
1,875
598

1,574

591

1,946
1,733
1, 450
283
896
223
561

392
650

2,019
1,790
- 436
85
845
389
650

2,143
1,067
2,002
200

2,915
2,175
697

1,764

696

2,321
2,001
1,624
324

1,010
288
660

1,253
475
1,995

2,242

330

427

1,070

1,299

1,833

3,141

174
465
440
69
401
244
622
992

1,605

1,400

615

203
594
537
87
607
305
762

1,146
1,975

410

543

1,242
2,817

1,542
3,850

2, 038

2,671

354

81
211

436

120
300

9,056 77,703 91,191
11,478 113, 265 129, 785

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EEPOBT OP THE COMPTBOLLEK OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE N O . 51.—Cash in vaults of national banks at date of each call since September
28, 1925—Continued
[In thousands of dollars)
Dec. 31,1925

Banks in—

Gold
coin

Silver
and
minor
coin

United
States
and
bank
currency

Apr. 12,1926

Total
cash

Gold
coin

Silver
and
minor
coin

United
States
and
bank
currency

Total
cash

COUNTR* BANKS

Maine
Vermont
Massachusetts.
Rhode Island
Connecticut
Total New England States....
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania

. . .

Maryland
Total Eastern States
Virginia . .
West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina....
Georgia..
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas..

..

..
..

Kentucky
Tennessee..
. .
Total Southern States

90
93
48
404
101
205
941
643
660
1,766
27
102
3,188

168 1,812 2,070
223 1,558 1,874
93
929 1,070
852 9,325 10,581
144 1,704 1,949
470 5,824 6,499
1,950 21,152 24,043

94
111
61
364
59
191
880

16, 794
15, 989
31,963
625
1,865
67,126

802

1,566
1,273
3,020
69
186
6,104

283
157
126
48
118
92
251
46
58
457

6,088
676 6,124
392 3,80S 4,354
527 4, 096 4,749
287 2,692
3,027
353 2,403
2,874
392 5,441 5,925
451 3,522 4,224
1,821
200 1,576
2,031
198 1,775
1,953 10,587 12,997

76
225
210
2,152

423
364
367
6,583

487
497
667
381
322
454
<tl2
195

1,158
799
1 253
529
567
803
887
327

Ohio
Indiana
Illinois.
. _
Michigan
Wisconsin
..
Minnesota
lowa.
Missouri
Total Middle Western States..

3,415

6,323

North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Total Western States

78
73
170
255
132
95
281
46
168
1,298

400
316
379

Washington..
Oregon
California
Ida ho. _
Utah
Nevada
Arizona...
Total Pacific States..

309
351
391
85
30
23
45
1,234
69

19

Alaska (nonmember banks)
The Territory of Hawaii (nonmember banks)
Total (nonmember banks)
Total country b a n k s . . . . .
Total United States




14, 585
14,066
27,177
439
1,567
57,834

697
1,926
26
118
3,569
345
186
157

48
130
110

266
57
67

145
151
87
751
111
405
1,660
1,384
1,175
2,571
51
159
5,340
552
290
404
279
286
462
388
188
189
1,784
290
347
326
5,785

1,849
1,660
788
10,756
1,562
6,483
23,098

A 628

15,783
14,328
27,886
327
1,317
59,641

17,969
16,200
32,383
404
1,594
68,550

4,714
3, 714
3,185
2,037
1,902
4,586
3,087
1,287

S,6U
4,190
3,746
2,364
2,318
5,158
3,741
1,532
1,724

1,468
8,796
1,769
2,917
2,991

2,088
1,922
936
11,871
1,732
7,079

11,061
2,135
3.517
8,'621
50,618

2,157
3,076
3,624

2,656
3,665
4,201

49, 877

58,612

JS1
76
253
204
2,380

11, 572
7,524
10 683
4,792
4 606
4,350
4 964
1,708
50,189

13,217
8,820
12,603
5,702
5,495
5,607
6,253
2,230

574
662
785
384
366
364
433
220

1,191
470
491
712
800
325

9,889
6, 3J>6
9,741
4,860
4,118
4,123
5,118
1,755

ll,53g
7,625
11,717
5,714
4,975
6,199
6,851

59, 927

3,688

5,760

45, 900

55, 414

396 1,598
331 1 637
369 1,349
646 2,685
271 2 019
163 1,157
361 2, 554
153
706
821 3,662
3,511 17,367

2,080
2 047
1 896
3 596
2 416
1,419
3,217

676
283
176
405
128
917

1, 657
1 484
1 262
2 8C8
2 231
1,444
2 928
794
4.875

2,135
1,872
1,811
3,739
2 646
1,715
3,614
5,960

177
265
126
99
302
49
184

3,679

19,483

24, 460

1,367

662
455
1,212
258
39
63

169

2,368
1,717
5,606
1 069
127
^97
891

3,339
2, 523
7,209
1,412
196
3831,105

305
372
447
92
26
28

2,858

12,075
155'

968

86
79

1,070

707

16,167

1,327

439
392
1,036
246
38
49
177
2,377

243

72

24

57

42,453

2,300

908

4,667
22,245

2,067
1,469
4,960
68*
130
314
847
10, 771

14, 475

147

213

2,811
2,233
6, 443
1 322
194
391
1,081

3
1,017
3
527
80
934
85
615
72
99 1,089
1,260
75
109
674
858
12,300 27,596 211,699 251, S95 13,286 24, 588 199,964 237, 788
18,212 40,449 331,455 390,116 18,328, 36,016 313, 229 367, 573

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TABLE N O . 51.-

-Cash in vaults of national banks at date of each call since September 28, 1925—Continued
(In thousands of dollarsj
June 30,1926

Banks in—

Gold
coin

Federal
Subsidiary
Na- reserve
Gold Stand- silver Silver Legal tional and
ard
Total
certifi- silver
and certifi- tender bank Federal
cates dollars minor cates notes notes reserve cash
bank
coin
notes

CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES

Chicago--.Total central reserve
cities
--.

358
139
497

6,139
2,898

16 11,880
55
1772

2,513
692

2,560
923

2,521
582

12,030
2,127

28,017
8,188

9,037

71

i 2,652

3,205

3,483

3,103

14,157

38,298

519
76

680
115

813
110

354
268

168
15

350
24

394
321
272
33
91
135

612
760
286
134
114
259
110

S.710
1,335
1,815
160
9,279
4,999
1,905
3,074

81
30

74
184

873
270
98
289
92
33
100

93
21
68
40
173
178
65

20
31
15
26
129
49

6
138

10
60
55
55
134
17
238

31
6

149
50
104
32
187
154
54
9
83
28
91
162
43
125
18

183
•230

509
56
330
231
650
746
169
9
198
67
139
361
72
514
50

2,722
468
495
44
4,951
2,363
925
623
224
355
486
217
198
416
100
375
248
676
478
92
8
232
83

8

60
134
76
182
106
78
30
25
26
44
89
45
235
56
106
22
58
33

125
163
57
179
69
186
29
62
23
41
71
27
152
25
81
24
30
26

OTHER BESERVE CITIES

Boston
Albany

88

Washington .
Richmond. .

157
i 31

840
524
44

44

800
502
177
228
64
114
122

7

28
38
31
24
V>
118
13
8
26

2

_ _

Cleveland
Columbus.
Toledo.-, .
Indianapolis „

1-4

74
5
61

4
423
104

DefJ'oiUMUwaukee...
Minneapolis -St. Paul
Cedar Rapids
Des Molnes
T>tihufjue
. .
Sioux City
Kansas City, Mo St. Joseph...
St. Louis.,
Omaha Kansas City, Kans .
Topeka
Wichita

Spokane -.
Portland
Onk!ai»l

1

21
25
21

Jacksonville .
Birmingham
New Orleans
I>aaias_
El Pa.so
Fort Worth
Galveston.
Houston .
Sun Antonio
Waco
Little Bock .
Metuphis
Nasliville .-

Denver
Pueblo
Muskogee. -

350
25

156
148
48
43

Buffalo .
Phiiadelpbia
Pittsburgh

530
278

4

18

28
4

43
IS
21
21
22

7

50
20
28
50
84
28
18
32

4

53
33
6

1,0-11
119

_

7

48
36

78
5

446
42

6

1,481

8
22
66

25
43
12
3
25
14
44

71
12

e

73
43
IS
196
46
135
10

880
492
153
811
289
810
48
56
67
262
46
250
129
109
189
64
119
85
81
69
330
80
20
93
19i
110
8
110
115
t'\

128
8
18

2

29
6
4
2

7
5
4
g
11
26
26
18
15
48
23
J
16
1
7
6
3
18
9

7
8
68
153
82
15
44
8
28
27
30
8
37
43
9
34
54

5

141
12
21
56
52
149
42
72
97
30
60
10
35

4
111
17
34
84
80
260
88
173
304
CO
121
19
50

266
17
1,203

50

71
244
20
205
25

200
184

53
3
38
43
102
59
28
20
215
5
71
5
3

21
Salt Lake City
Total other reserve
7.581
1,826 17,404
cities
4, list 10,933
Total all reserve cities 4,048 19,070 1, 897 110,056 10, 786
i Includes
 items reported as clearing-house certificates.


87
76

90

30
193
142
61
120
29
149
93
112
45
76
23
48
143
17
128
24
83
17

17
53

4

114
2
34
23
83
65
3
20
105
11
104
1
3

6,133
9,616

345
19

514
239

117
117
131
202
334
231
82
180
34
95
244
132
585
87
191
61
116
57
47
236
140
57
129
145
102
67
200
479
69
483
21
57

77
780
742
886
18
780
573
163
255
187
452
847
722
14
166
55
125
676
178
906
140

552

97
173
20-5
32
1,048
124

73

534
902

1,049
85J
565

1,238
325
974
633

1,920
1,842
6M
60
826
329
468

1,957

948

2,182
164

3,2M
1,970
730

1,622
778

2,134
1,676
1,490
28S
865
235
65S

1,42£
(ill
2,231
451

1,207

285
562
63(
98

3,074
477
284
672

196
335
1,090
181
720
1, 834
187
1,333
53
127

1, 356
3,595

13, 783 33,801
16,886 48,058

85, 712
121,1*17

1,087
1,973
422
375

2,342
123
Sit

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE N O . 51.—Cash in vaults in national banks at date of each call since Septem* i
ber 28, 1925—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
June 30,1926

Banks in—

Gold
coin

Subsidiary
Gold Stand- silver Silver Legal
ard
certifi- tender
certifi- silver
and
cates dollars minor cates notes
coin

Federal
Na- reserve
and
tional Federal Total
bank reserve cash
notes
bank
notes

COUNTRY BANKS

Maine
New Hampshire

.

Rhnrin Tslftnri

Connecticut
Total New England StatesNew York
New Jersey
Maryland
Total Eastern States
Virginia
South CarolinaGeorgia - .
Florida

. .

Mississippi
Texas
Arkansas .
Tennessee
Total Southern States
Ohio
Wisconsin-

. .

Iowa
Missouri
Total Middle Western
States
North DakotaSouth Dakota...
Nebraska
. Kansas
Colorado
Oklahoma
Total Western States

93
108
60
347
59
188
855

758
684
1,915
25
119
3,501
353
190
161
55
120
128
270
57
79
487
87
256
210
2,453
581
575
776
362
362
348
424
231

320
300
133
2,019
357
1,283
4,412
4,285
3,771
4,361
49
202
12,668
415
244
170
84
55
408
180
97
40
344
279

9
134
159
7
4
83
28
1779
1
96
10
427
59 11, 678
57 •1,388
37 1,210
299 2,405
3
60
10
151
406 •5,204
68
483
29
301
107
327
35
241
45
226
28
388
90
310
43
169
41
152
465 1,336
72

209

182
2C3
102
1,013
159
657
2,316
1,633
1,615
2,869
37
234
6,388
581
372
390
297
245
481
339
214
224
909
195

200
170
82
1,101
133
533
2,219
1,094
1,106
2,572
60
271
5,103
463
272
379
148
146
810
319
189
108
454
240

529

483

3,944 12,180
302
108
331
89
560
98
968
257
51
273
54
295
121
644
25
243
257
1,192
1,060
4,708
61
378
441
96
305 1,299
34
267
44
7
28
87
49
113
580 2,629
7
13

15,266
568
697
421
1,093
1,251
495
1,003
285
1,295
7,008
1,701
878
2,941
560
56
164

299
279
4,720
974
592
999
386
384

320
290
4,857
1,132
839
1,048
469
442

265
265
4,058
860
696
905
408
273

573

295

450
479
216

257
361
178

277
349
176

3,659 10,568
88
184
76
286
178
169
267
557
131
194
100
176
319
477
55
66
185
648
1,399
2,757
310
143
373
183
414
393
83
73
27
13
31
32
43
35
1,281
872
70
13

Oregon.California
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
Arizona
Total Pacific States
Alaska (nonmember banks)..
The Territory of Hawaii
3
25
(nonmember banks)
73
38
Total (nonmember banks).
13, 221 34,185
Total country banks
17,869 54,156
Total United States

307
114

4,480
1,430
133
233
121
180
150
1207
279
394
97
150
60
77
160
185
56
76
257
555
1,313 1 2, 057
207
»293
12]
256
318
743
96
148
16
16
26
35
65
96
849 11,587
15
13

4,726
63
95
82
221
60
31
73
23
322
960
68
32
271
20
3
4
24
422
1

1
30
28
2
41
45
5,232 '19, 767 19,671
7,129 129,823 30,457

Includes items reported as clearing-house certificates.
Digitized for iFRASER


400

643
717
17,604
4,205
1,818
3,174
1,357
1,108
1,889
1,232

55
62
1,130
141
146
210
85
132

255

542

1,090
1,464
15,487
3,067
1,968
2,400
995
1,021
1,099
1,101

317
237
2,870
1,151
1,641
2,429
1,497
1,507
1,515

666
582
546
376
268
242
4,279
1,416
556
217
935 2,374
3,768 8,689
2, 716 6,119
6,031
1,980
6,453 9,830
178
43
428
258
11, 450 22,586
1,759
1,699
1,220
1,095
1,089
1,149
672
898
783
678
916 6,534
814
1,207
397
311
690
299
2,880
4,139

504

6,804
221

2,186
1,869
974
10,982
1,578
6,407
23,996
18,060
16,434
30,704
445
1,673
67,306
5,8J1
3,723
3,772
2,430
2,298
8,693
3,529
1,477
1,639
11,004
2,024
3,245
3,524
53,179
12, 111
8,275
11, 941
6,559
6,229
5,188
5,768
2,182
56,253
1,679
1,775
1,865
4,036
2,197
1,288
2,882
829
4,711
21,262
3,161
2,380
6,684
1,281
182
407
929
15,024
353

153
2
419
661
160
15
640
1,014
17,124 60,237 78,597 238,034
26,740 67,123 128,655 359,951

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EEPORT OP THE COMPTBOLLER OP THE OUBBENGY

TABLE N O . 52.—Circulation of national banks at date of each call since
September 28, 1925
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,1925
Received
from
comptroller

Banks in—

On
hand

Apr. 12,1926

Outstanding

Received
from
comptroller

29,175
1,181
30,356

28,591
4,450
33,041

576

3,485
3,189
1,750
1,691
840 1,160
890
798
6,582 6,707
13,203 14,150
5,690 5,810
4,438 4,473
1,001
1,121
2,456 2,600
1,446
1,460
1,650
1,660
1,504
1,520
4,660 4,755
745
755
2,078 2,100
1,340
1,355
3,568 3,600
2,470
2,500
1,680
1,700
197
200
3,861 4,060
199
200
2,610
2,630
5,827 5,837
3,509 3,600
2,967 3,005
468
500
4,905 4,778
2,239
2,260
1,822
1,850
1,202
2,132
1 987 1 700
3,592 3,730
2,838 2,941
598
600
979
1,000
556
656
398
400
1,069
1,076
1,085
950
617
620
9,499 9,623
568
570
1,196
1,200
793
800
600
593

28
62
6
22
64
113
98
105

On
hand

June 30, 1926

Outstanding

Received
from
comptroller

28,015
4,450
32,465

31,448
4,485
35, 933

On
hand

Outstanding

CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES

New York
29,734
1,181
Chicago
Total central reserve cities. 30,915

559
559

576

0
924
924

30,524
4,485
35,009

OTHER RESERVE CITIES

Boston __

__.....

Brooklyn and Broni!_
Buffalo
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh..
Richmond...

„
.-

Birmingham
Dallas
El Paso
Fort Worth
Galveston

-- -

Waco
Little Rock
Louis ville_.___
Nashville
Toledo

_ .

Chicago....
Detroit
St. PauT
Sioux City
St. Joseph

Kansas City, Kans_
Topeka
._.
Wichita

-

3,260
1,750
850
800
6,707
13,400
6,810
4,523
1,151
2,500
1,460
1,650
1,520
4,755
755
2,100
1,355
3,600
2,500
1,700
200
3,860
200
2,630
5,837
3,600
3,005
500
4,928
2,260
1,850
1,232
2,000
3,605
2,898
600
1,000
556
400
1,075
1,100
520
9,624
670
1,200
800
600

200
630
400
750
300
760
Tulsa
3,357
Seattle
—-2,650
210
6,225
1,100
Oakland
9,650
675
Ogden
1,050
Salt Lake City
Total other reserve c i t i e s - 146,743
177,658
Total all reserve cities
Pueblo




71
59
10
2
125
197
120
85
30
44
14
16
95
10
22
15
42
30
20
3
9
1
20

10
91
38
32
23
21
28
30
13
13

60
2
21
2

6
16
3
125
2
4
7
7

3
6
3
9
33
126
15
65
5
16
1,874
2,433

200
200
650
630
400
400
750
747
294
300
747
548
3,348 3,357
2,617
2,650
210
260
6,099 6,225
1,085
1,100
9,585 9,850
670
675
1,034
1,050
144,869 148,643
175,226 181,684

14
33
18
113
18
38
47
44
26
20
4
1
60
40
133
17
19
44
30
14
10
45
17
24
20
26
3
9
8
4
80
5
13
14
6

3,457 3,626
1,688' 1,760
1,144
1,175
868
950
6,643 6,707
14,037 14,400
5,712
5,810
4,368 4,173
1,001
1,001
2,500 2,500
1,446
1,460
1,617
1,860
1,502
1,520
4,642 4,755
855
737
2,062 2,100
1,355
1,308
3,556 3,600
2,474
2,500
1,680
1,700
196
200
4,059
4,060
200
50
2,580 2,630
5,797 5,837
3,467 3,600
2,988 3,005
500
481
4,734 4,778
2,230
2,260
1,836
1,860
2,122
2,132
1 655 1 700
3,713
3,730
2,941
2,917
580
600
974
1,000
553
556
400
400
1,066
1,075
942
950
516
520
9,543 9,624
570
566
1,150
1,187
786
800
600
594

200
200
650
645
5
394
400
6
734
750
16
300
290
10
543
550
5
7 3,350 3,357
13 2,637 2,650
260
204
56
190 6,035 6,225
1,100
10 1,090
125 9,725 9,850
670
675
5
1,050
6 1,044
1,959 146,684 148,921
2,635 179,149 184,854

73
65
19
3
99
186
90
66
9
17
46
15
26
14
20
3
39
10
32
24
29

45
69
9
17
76
36
22
22
73
15
7
3
2
2
10
73
2
8
10
7

3,552
1,685
1,156
947
6 608
14,214
5,720
4,107
1,001
2,491
1,443
1,804
1,505
4,729
841
2,080
1 352
3,561
2,490
1,668
200
4,036
50
2,601
5,792
3,541
2,996
483
4,702
2,224
1,828
2 132
1 700
3,708
2,868
585
993
553
398
1,073
950
510
9,551
568
1,142
790
593

200
650
386
746
300
660
3,357
18
2,632
260
139
6,086
27
1,073
116
9,734
7
668
7
1,043
1,715 147,206
2,339 182,216
14
4

256

EEPOBT OF THE COMPTBOLLEIt OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE N O . 52.—Circulation of national banks at date of each call since
September 28, 1925—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
A p r . 12,1926

Dec. 81, 1925

Received
from
comptroller

Banks in—

Re-

Ee-

On
hand

Out- ceived
stand- from
comping

J u n e 30, 1928

i

On
hand

Out- ceived
stand- from
comping

On

hand

troller

troller

Outstanding

COUNTRY PANKS

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode IslandConnecticut

..

6,710
4, 693
4,349
16,567
5,273

38
262
117

Total New England States. 46,480
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania..
Delaware
Maryland
Total Eastern States
Virginia
West Virginia...
North Carolina.
South Carolina .
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee
Total Southern States
Ohio —
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan...
Wisconsin..
Minnesota.
Iowa
Missouri
Toial Middle Western
States
North Dakota
__
South Dakota..
Nebraska
Kansas
.
_
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico
OklahomaTotal Western States
Washington
Oregon
California
Maho
Utah
Nevada
Arizona
Total Pacific States
Alaska (nonmembec banks)..
The Territory of Hawaii
(nonmembec banks)
Total (nonmember banks).
Total country banks
Total United States




32,940
21,335
63,153
1,153
3,936
122, 517
19, 447
10,402
9,602
6,807
5.467
4,025
7,759
3,029
2,769
23, (84

3, mo

12,415
10,468

[119, 404
28,554
19,974
26,217
10,925
11,318
11,009
14,141
5,768
127,936
3,964
2,776
6,569
8,615
21«1

1, 724
3. 717
1,370
6,568
37.464
3,629
3,010
13,318
2,1S9
545
1,204
570
24,495
63
_450
513"
478,809
6,46;

277
850
24
52

5,614
4,635
4,311
16,305
5,185
9,771

5,707
4,668
4,350
16,567
5,073

82
46
64
270
115
175

5,625
4,622
4,286
16,297
4,958
9,713

5,702
4,677
4,350
16,567
4,073
9,938

128
60
49
318
43
152

5,574
4,617
4,301
16.249
4,030
9,786

45, 821

96

46,253

752

45,501

45,307

750

44,557

32,471 32,923
21,058 21,511
62,303 63,304
1,129 1,153

502
323
786
23
41

32,421
21,18S
62, 518
1,130
3,895

32,903
21,811
63,397
1,153
3,937

469
392
765
24
31

32,434
21,419
62,632
1,129
3,906

1,675 121,152

23, 201

3,936

1,672 120,845 122,827
245
129
110
66
45
58
17S
34
37
271
19
75
80

19,202
10,273
9,192
6,741
5,422
3,967
7.581
2,996
2,732
23, .V>3
3,571
12, 340
10, 388

19,173
10,502
9,598
6,632
5,677
4,021
7. 559
3.039
2,768
23,654
3,566
12,415
10,508

1,347 118,057 119,115
227
296
139
101
68
101
47

28,255
19, 747
25, U21
10,786
11,247
10,941
J4.040
5,721

23,349
20,013
26,122
10,935
11,349
10, 968
13,729
5,669

1,278 126,658 127,134
3,918 3,859
2,764 2,746
0, 516 6,544
8,537 8,566
2,146
2,146
1,724
1,715
3,439
3.691
1,357
1,304
fi, 525 6,471
288 j 87,. 176 30, 852
3,460
59"
2,792
46
13,135
136
2,126
48
10
545
21
1,204
6
523
326 21, 169 23, 785
63
m
450
450
510
513
5,573 473,236 476,479
8,006 648,461 J5S8,163

121, 520

19,308
10,527
9,542
6,606
5,677
4,024
6,959
3,039
2,767
23,567
3,526
12, 315
10,508

155
123
183
142
28
51
39
4.8
26
170
35
55
52

19,153
10,404
9,359
6,464
5,649
3,973
6,920
2,991
2,741
23,397
3,491
12,260
10,456

1,641 117,474 118,365

1,107

117,258

28,274
19,852
26, 263
10,965
11,376
10, 765
13,638
5, 669

308
194
238
156
79
69
67
32

27,966
19,658
26,035
10,809
11,297
10,696
13,571
5,637

1,407 125,727 126,802
25 | 3,834 3,869
15 j 2,731 2,631
64 6,480 6,484
88 8,478
19 2,127 2,137
1,706 1,724
18
3,413 3,438
1,349 1,257
6,391 6,274
343 36,509 36,363
3,410
3,359
101
2.7S0
35 2.757
156 12i 979 12.955
2,097
29
i 126
545
543
1,204
1,193
502
514
23,442 23,522
61
62

1,143

125,659

117
124
122
70
326
65
65
36S
35
127
106

19, 056
10,378
9,476
6, 577
5.617
3,954
7,233
2,974
2,703
23,285
3,531
12,288
10,402

323 28,026
245 19, 768
268 25,854
182 10,753
110 11, 239
87 10,881
141 13,588
5,618
51

13

437

450

_498

6,176 470, 'M
8,711 649,452 658,926

35
9
32
52
8
10
19
4
—27.

T«6~
47
21
136
12
11

3,834
2,622
6,452
8,497
2,129
1,714
8,419
1,253
6,247
36,167

3,363
2,759
12,819
2,114
534
1,198
499
23,286

55
12
19
5,132
7,771

493
46S, 940
651,155

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257

TABLE N O . 53.—Gold, silver, coin certificates, legal tenders, and other currency
held by national banks at date «/ each report from January 13, 1914, to June SO,
1986
[For prior years see annual report 19201
[In thousands of dollars]

Gold
coin

Gold
Treasury
certificates

Clearing
house
certificates
(sec.
5192)

United
States
certificates
for gold
deposited i

153, 386
153, 438
149, 295
156, 234
162, 564
124,464

314, 810
333,612
321, 729
308,005
315, 862
200,179

79, 413
87,933
99,964
84,326
73,906
44,196

124,191
117,611
121,173
119,950
127,118
118,416

205,095
224,056
276,046
327,673
349,984
295,410

119,697
117,114
117,199
122,079
127, 599
120,396

Silver
dollar

Silver
Treasury
certificates

Fractional
silver
coin s

Legaltender
notes

45,150
55, 670
54, 875
38,820
39, 230
19,255

15,180
14, 536
14, 293
12,692
12,810
14,009

148,197
125,321
129, 824
126, 445
128,450
109, 210

24,354
22,184
21,605
19,677
20,430
23,644

201, 429
175,373
177, 490
157,508
172,391
128,371

981,919
968,067
969,075
803,707
825,553
663,228

64,848
70,932
74,059
64, 569
59,568
83,964

45,935
61,910
63,115
66,170
51,605
54,960

13,614
12,001
12,427
12,094
11,473
11,778

115, 736
100,544
110, 529
118,528
111,074
103,860

22, 534
20,195
21,192
20,800
20,975
21,375

127,091
128,000
111,240
122, 765
114,978
118,117

718,944
735, 249
789, 781
842,609
846, 775
867,880

310,064
281,170
284,089
286,413
320,574
310,627

87, 749
78,801
66,971
77,646
65,623
67, 259

56,170
44,365
40,735
43,684
41,738
38,636

11,897
11,737
11,812
11,762
11,991
13,083

101,293
109,365
98,505
100,664

21, 710
21,013
21,168
20,869
21,402
22,498

124,833
113,890
117, 524
105,101
101,496
108,847

833,61S
777, 4.55
75S.O03
768,123
788,344
785,946

Mar. 5
118, 433 343,784
Mayl
116,897 305,597
116,983 224. SUJune 20
Sept.. 11
79, 549
Nov. 2 0 . . . . 70,002
Doc. 31
61,560

67,315
59,746
55,985
6,697
15,431
13, 661

42,823
37,270
16,«95

13,025
13,339
13,434
« S9, 445
• 42,007
8
45,122

97,240
102,612
105.336

23,378 107,994
23,980 103, 828
23,738 105,147
367,918
()
'
388,680
411, 783

813,992
763,329
661, 833
493, 609
516,120
532,128

12,359
12,098
11,639
11,884
11, 530
11, 425

' 41, 653
«43,759
11,170
'37,978
5 42, 521
12, 110

74,850
(0
53,317
(
(?)
59, 781

210,115
363, 435
161, 789
283, 857
362,106
302,378

449, 719
463,494
382, 701
364,136
443,828
522,003

11.229
Hi 151
10, 940
10,872
10, 859
10,878

5

353, 002
()
375,355
35, 818 238, 688
359,851
371, 373
431,080

435,839
455,3(59
424,455
439,211
450,041
508,605

Date

1914
Jan.13
Mar. 4
June 30
Sept. 12....
Oct. 31
Dec. 31

Paper
currency 8

Total
lawful
money

1915
Mar. 4
May 1
June 23
Sept. 2
Nov. 10....
Dec. 31
1916
Mar. 7
Mayl
June 30
Sept. 12....
Nov. 17
Dec. 27

97,921
104, 600

1917

()

1918
Mar. 4
May 10
June 29
Aug. 31
Nov. 1
"Dee. 31

52,394
44,202
34,261
30,417
27,671
24, 725

SS, 348
42,910
34, 467

()
28,681
(l)
<«)
32,073

()
39,034
()
'
()
'
45,104

1919
Mar. 4
May 12
June 30
Sept. 12
Nov. 17
Dee. 3 1 . . . . .

25, 590
25, 348
25,893
25,130
24,336
21, 236

(*)
28,201

46,018
5 43,515
11,025
• 43,358
5 43,473
5
45, 431

()
31,328

w

1920
10,802
22,234
Feb. 28
5 40,839
302, 816 376, 751
()
10, 836
22,357
6 43,215
379, 875 456, 283
May*
()
9,865
10, 424
282, 861 450,351
27. 259
June 30
21, 532
33,193
30, 917
8,858
397) 822 471, 546
Sept. 8
22, 516
» 42, 350
()
'
9,658
370, 866 448,037
' 44, 003
Nov. 15
23, 510
3,813
421,910 494, 400
' 47, 091
Dec. 29
20,686
' Beginning Sept. 11, 1917, included with gold Treasury certificates.
2
Beginning Dec. 31, 1914, includes minor coin.
' Beginning Sept. 11,1917, includes all United States paper-currency and bank notes except on the dates
when shown under the respective headings.
• included with paper currency on these dates.
6
fractional silver and minor coin included with silver dollars on these dates.




o

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TABLE N O . 53.—Gold, silver, coin certificates, legal tenders, and other currency
held by national banks at date of each report from January 13, 1914, to June SO,

1926—Continued

[For prior years see annual report 1920]
[In thousands of dollars]

Date

Gold
coin

Gold
Treasury
certificates

Clearing
bouse
certificates
(sec.
5192)

8'

United
States
certificates
for gold
deposited

Silver
dollar

SUver
Treasury
certificates

10
20
72
65
9

'43,880
»43,735
9,099
• 36, 790
'36,949

W

(J)

24,195

31,331

Fractional
silver
coin

Legaltender

Paper
currency

Total
lawful
money

(')

332,138
337,035
238,561
280,801
268,104

397,773
402,223
374^349
357,798
341,811

notes

1921
Feb.21
Apr. 28
June 30
Sept. 6
Dec. 31

21,745
21,433
21,183
20,819
19,360

22,951
19,333
17,389

20,347
20,851
20,438
20,762
19,054

17,013
17,520
18,359
17,269
15,044

25
12
6
7
108

«36,182
«35,153
7,771
« 34,341
»37,265

8

8

23,012
(')

' (')
(')
24,421

c)

8

19,995
19,811
20,070
18,169

16,903
19,308
20,422
23 787

182
56
55
6

'34,868
6,910
« 35,975
'39,002

23,004
<«)
(')

19,121
19, 263
19,678
19,368

27,095
37,484
37,288
41,787

5
38
66
50

35,629
7,254
» 35,293
• 40,123

(')
26,662
(<)

19,246
18,857
19,600
18,212

35,880
52,904

8
25

' 35,334
7,919
« 36, 999
» 40,449

8

(•>

26,957
(')
(«)

1922
Mar. 10
May 5
June30
Sept. 15
Dee. 29

(0

262,498 336,065
260,968 334,504
205,061 326,181
259,572 331,951
320,369 391,840

1923
Apr. 3
June 30
Sept. 14.. Dec. 31

(«)

1924
Mar. 3 1 . . .
June 30
Oct. 10
Dee. 31
1925
Apr. 6
June 30
Sept. 28
Dec. 31

8

w
25,598

21,272

8

8

w

287,199
175,149
284,963
305,465

359,147
291,108
361,485
386,428
342,969
345,219
360,101
409,566

2$77
(')
(')

23,879

261,119
202,372
267, 776
308,238

28,666

(')
29,640

28,501

8

8

8

271,203 361,671
198,093 359,605
305,742 362,341
331,455 390,116

w

29,724

26,740

h

0)
(0

1926
Apr. )2
June 30

18,328
17,869

64,155

99

» 36,016
7,129

30,457

' Included with paper currency on these dates.
• Fractional silver and minor coin included with silver dsllars on these dates.




313,229
193,778

367,573
359,951

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259

TABLE N O . 54,—Gold, etc., held by national banks in the city of New York at date
of each report from January 13, 1914, to June SO, 1926
[For prior years see annual report 1920]
[In thousands of dollars]

Date

1914
Jan. 13....
Mar. 4....
June 30...
Sept. 12...
Oet;31.-.
Dec. 3 1 . . .
1915
Mar. 4....
May 1
June 23...
Sept. 2....
Nov. 10...
Dec. 31...

Gold
coin

Gold
Gold
Treasury Clearinghouse
Treasury certificertificertificates
cates
cates
payable (sec. 5192)
to order

Silver
dollars

Silver
Treasury Fractional Paper
certifi- silver coin currency
cates

Total

4,834
6,229
5,444
4,953
5,532
5,208

135,709
158, 776
142,616
112, 464
128,981
85, 791

17,420
26, 740
31,940
17,100
17,420
8,410

44,055
52,830
60,545
46,910
39, 390
20,020

50, 674
37, 111
39,413
47, 321
52,534
41, 318

1,358
1,230
1,218
1,142
1,172
1,233

254,089
282,971
281,229
229,950
245,087
162,037

4,501
4,125
3,970
9,468
7,095

82,110
101,105
145,144
190, 450
209,547
154,263

31,580
48,000
50,150
42,960
38, 370
39,890

41,950
49,230
53,270
43,090
41,890
64,370

47,898
36,371
37,302
49,432
38,009
33,167

1,054
1,109
1,057
1,138
1, 551
1,275

209,138
239,989
290,945
333,222
338,876
300,101

25,902
31,205
25,904
26,104
22, 976
23,545

1,243
1,284
1,382
1,454
1,455
1,411

300,493
258,646
250,902
238,162
262,140
256,671

48
47
46
1, 741
2,029
4, 572

22,946
22,959
24,603

1,343
1,672
1,659
64, 421
69, 792
67, 513

282,710
234,541
142,890
72,845
86, 214
86,174

11,360
11,150
10,855
11,220
10,800
10,800

1,854
"2,727
21
*2,029
> 2,303
49

16,660
()
'
12, 593

1,722

22, 638
59,802
24,022
47,922
54, 795
37, 273

70,178
76,046
66,191
63,324
70,144
76, 678

10,800
10,800
10,803
10,800
10,800
10,800

'2,175
'2,084
60
'2,Q60
' 2, 528
1
2,330

1,504

52, 389
54,158
29,322
52,865
55,430
62,057

67,345
68,914
64,843
67,495
70,314
76,509

10,800
10,800
9,814
8,800
9,630
3,800

> 1,993
'2,152
43
»2,424
*2,496
"3,052

2,319

47,096
50,601
36,661
59,438
53,498
58, 702

61,178
64,715
68,965
71,958
67,554

1,758

47,119
52,710
31,989
33,194
33,424

50,329
56,350
53,093
• 46,014
44,912

1916
Mar. 7—.
May 1
June 30.. .
Sept. 12...
Nov. 17...
Dec. 27...
1917
Mar. 5....
Mayl
June 20...
Sept. 11...
Nov. 20...
Dec. 31...

6,004
6,361
6,422
4,324
5,966
5,199

162, 042
127, 628
140, 655
124, 877
156, 330
148,326

39,480
31,360
26, 620
28,150
27,280
25,070

65,740
60,770
49,880
53, 210
48,090
53, 070

5,957
5,655
5,384
3,283
3,123
3,079

177, 507
136,178
64,078
()
'

28,540

46, 370
45,050
42,370
3,400
11,270
11,010

1918
Mar. 4_...
May 10...
June 29—
Aug. 31...
Nov. 1....
Dec. 3 1 . . .

2,218
2,367
1,990
2,153
2,246
1,745

15,448

1919
Mar. 4
May 12
June 30
Sept. 1 2 - . . :
Nov. 17
Dee. 31

1,981
1,872
1,860
1,770
1,656
1,322

1920
Feb.28
May 4
June 30
Sept. 8
Nov. 15
Dec. 29

1,289
1,162
1,134
1,296
1,930
1,430

14,988
()
•
()
'

13,820

()
11, 910

0)
()
'

13,186
()
'

1921
1,141
Feb. 21
1,103
Apr. 28
June30
1,053
12,503
Sept. 6
945
3
10,359
934
Dec. 31
t)
8,763
1
Included with paper currency.
1
Includes fractional silver and minor coin.
»Included with gold Treasury certificates.

(J)




2
1
2

1

' 2,069
'2,537
17
»1,516
> 1,791

0)
()
•

11,422

8
9,384
()
'

()
5,773

8

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TABLE N O . 54.-—Gold, etc., held by national banks in the city of New York at date
of each report from, January 13, 1914, to June SO, 19%6—Continued
[For prior years see annual report 1920]
[In thousands of dollars]

Date

Gold
coin

Gold
Treasury ClearingGold
house
Treasury certificertificates
certificates
cates
payable (sec. 5192)
to order

Silver
dollars

Silver
Treasury Fractional Paper
certifi- silver coin currency
cates

Total

1922

942
999
764
729
936

8,677
8,653
8,576
8,106
5,003

> 1,789
» 1,825
18
> 1,701
U,801

()

642
614
621

7,218
6,328
6,383
6,401

!

1,420
11
»1,906
'1,495

()
2,638
(•)
(')

471

6,757

> 1,381

()

426
755

8,922
7,507

> 1,479
»1,962

1923
Apr. 6
June 30.Sept. 28._
Dec. Bl~.

535
424
703
7«7

6,868
7,357

J

1926
Apr. 12...
June 30...

413
358

(•)
ti, 139

Mar. 10—

Mays.-.

June 30--.
Sept. 16.Dee.29—
1923
Apr. 3
June 38--.
Sept. 14..
Dec. 31 —
1924
Mar. 31—
June 30__.
Oct. 10--.
Doc. 31 —

J
!

67

33,091
31,442
25,539
28,068
31, 214

0)
3,764
«

2,685
(')
(•)

1,572
8

(0

1,574
1, 015

23,901
14,793
19,109
21,834

33,181
25,698
27,719

1,570

19, 618
15,092
19,450
25,369

28,227
28,070
30,277
35,593

1,332

21,910
16, 715
25,582
28,732

30,880
23,115
27,859
31,114

27,433
17, 111

29,424
28,017

1,314

8

• 1,578
16

2,076

2,513

,
42,919
40,351
38,604
38, «54

1,813

30, « 9

• Included with paper currency.
2 Includes fractional silver and minor coin.
> Included with gold Treasury certificates.
NOTE.—Beginning with reports for Sept. 11,1917, national bank notes, legal tender notes, Federal reserve
notes, and Federal reserve bank notes not included in previous classification of specie, are now included
rn paper currency and total.
Paper currency includes all United States paper currency and bank notes except on the dates when
shown under the respective headings.
Fractional silver coin includes minor coin beginning Dec. 31,1914.




EEPOET OF THE COMPTBOLLER OF THE CUBBENCY
TABLE N O . 55.—Reserve held by national banks at date of each report
September 11, 1917, to June 30, 1928

261
from

[In thousands of dollars]

Number Net amount
on which
of
reserve is
banks
computed

Date

Sept. 11,1917
Nov.20,1917
Dee. 31,1917
Mar. 4,1918
May 10,1918
June 29,1918
Aug. SI, 1918
Nov. 1,1918
Dec. SI, 1918
Mar. 4,1919
May 12,1919
June 30,1919
Sept. 12,1919
Nov. 17,1919
Dec. 31,1919
Feb. 28,1920
May 4,1920
June 30,1920
Sept. 8,1920
Nov. 15,1920
Dec. 29,1920
Feb. 21,1921Apr. 28,1921
June 30,1921
Sept. 6,1921
Dec. 31,1921
Mar. M), 1922
May 5, 1922
June 80,1922
Sept. 15,1922
Dec. 29,1922
Apr. 3,1923June 30,1923
Sept. 14, 1928
Dec. 31,1923
Mar. 31,1924
lane 30,1924
Oct. 10,1924
Dec. 31,1924
Apr. 6,192S
111116 30,1925
Sept. 28,1925
Dec. 31,1925
Apr. 12,1926
June 80,1926

7,638
7,656
7,662
7,670
7,688
7,705
7,728
7,754
7,767
7,761
7,773
7,785
7,821
7,865
7,890
7,933
7,990
8,030
8,093
8,123
8,130
8,143
8,152
8,154
8,155
8,169
8,197
8,230
8,249
8,240
8,225

_

_

_

_

1

i

8,241
8,239
8,184
8, 115
8,085
8,071
8,049
8,016
8,072
8,085
8,054
8,000
7,978

10,082,779
10.348.806
10,556,545
10,462,409
10,310,417
10,127,916
10,456,659
10,767, 510
11,562,483
11,283,710
11,718,095
11,576,140
12,274,272
12,721,467
12,825,314
12,994,198
12,806, 588
12,727, 792
12,693,655
12,493,179
12,078,661
11, 654, 918
11,134,115
11,016,794
10,822,861
11,141, 891
11,271,100
11,471,231
11,816,544
12,051,224
12,349,018
J 2,221.916
12,186; 058
12,277,560
12,458,042
12,341,069
12,800, 802
13,429,246
13,881,648
13,516, 683
13, 774, 795
13,960,502
14,547,805
14,020,618
14,286,314

Percentage
of amounts
due from
Amount due Federal raAmount of from Federal
reserve reserve banks
lcberve
to amount
quired
banks l
on which
reserve is
computed
964, ^ S
985,004
1,008,104
998,291
992,194
977,268
1,006,632
1,032,256
1,113,112
1,074,164
1,121,319
1,107,719
1,170,205
l,204,9£0
1,211,602
1,225,025
1,207,984
1,204,501
1,193,947
1,172,175
1,138,132
1,093,966
1,045,687
1,038,165
1.015,469
1,056,976
1,069,126
1,090,215
1,124,026
1,136, 691
1,161,292
1,132,927
1,129, 755
1,135,859
1,152,298
1,145,588
1,203,824
1,265,621
1,306,709
1,260,747
1,289,009
- 1,300,635
1,362,24*
1,303,032
1,337,658

1,048,425
1,080,075
1,114,081
1,074,211
1,106, 862
1,131, 674
1,113,667
1,101,629
1,182,608
1,151,145
1,180,961
1,211,079
1,229,533
1,264,482
1,314,302
1,288,169
1,267,823
1,247,006
1,232,039
1,220,152
1,187,251
1,130,402
1,078.730
1,041,760
1,031,468
1,145,074
1,126, 793
1,152, 111
1,152,833
1,233, 717
1,222,464
1,181,428
1,144, 516
1,171,274
1,182, 863
1,162,001
1,200,250
1,305,542
1,397,532
1,275,496
1,329,081
1,326,534
1,379, 736
1,291,186
1,383,124

10.40
10.44
10.55
10.27
10.74
11.17
10.65
10.23
10.23
10.20
10.08
10.46
10.02
9.94
10.28
9.91
9.90
9.80
9.71
9.77
9.g3
9.70
9.69
9.46
9.53
10.28
9.91
10.04
9.76
10.24
9.90
9.67
9.39
9.54
9.49
9.42
9.38
9.72
10.07
9.44
9.65
9.50
9.48
9.21
9.88

lacludes cash in vault and due from approved reserve agents of nonmember national banks in Alaska,
and Hawaii.




TABLE N O . 56.—Reserve computation of national banks at date of each call since September 88, 1925
to

[In thousands of dollars]
Apr. 12,1926

Dec. 31,1925

Banks in—

Net
Net
Per cent
Amount
Amount
Per cent
amounts
amounts
Net
Net
to net
of lawful
of lawful
to net
due from amount on Amount
due from amount on Amount
reserve
amount on
reserve
amount on banks not
banks not
of reserve with Fedwhich
of reserve with Fedwhich
which
which
included
required eral reserve reserve is
reserve is required eral reserve reserve is included
reserve Is
in reserve computed
in reserve
banks
computed
banks
computed calculation 1 computed £
calculation 1

O

CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES

New York.
Chicago

78,325
1,038

Total central reserve cities.

2,861,928
684,831

372,051

357,777
83,660

12.50
12.22

24,511
530

2,540,502
660,028

330,265
85,804

301,500
83,670

11.87
12.68

79,363

3,546, 759

461,079

441,437

12.45

25,041

3,200,530

416,069

385,170

12.03

11,750
420
527
365
8,011
1,266
2,512
4,736
222
6,711

493,621
56,009
45,812
6,784
501,837
325,643
97,067

49, 362
5,601
4, 581
678
50,184
32,564
9,707

487,555
66,844
49, 278
6,851
487,356
321, 662
92, 917
89,257
40,827
59,907
76,737
25,745
28,435
80,723
15,885
48, 532
15,242
77,452
31,143
11,173
4,716
59,583
10,386
30,356

48,756

48,449

5,912
5,862
6,699
2,735
2,967
8,782
1,533
4,792
1,568
7,706
3,111
1,051
510
6,050
1,202
2,981

9.97
10.56
10.51
10.48
10.55
9.62
7.97
9.85
9.70
8.71
11.18
10.92
9.43
10.45
10.47
11.73
11.91
11.83
11.27
11.16
9.92
8.77
10.38
6.73

1,481

59,124
58,617
66,995
27,350

49,236
5,913
4,814
711
52,962
31,343
7,741
8,570
5,733
5,108
7, """

9.94
12.36
9.61
10.03
9.61
9.84
9.80
9.86
11.21
10.53
9.11
10.07

1

OTHER RESERVE CITIES

Boston
.Albany
Brooklyn and Bronx.
Buffalo
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Baltimore
Washington
Bichmond
Atlanta
Jacksonville
Birmingham
New Orleans
Dallas
El Paso
Fort Worth
Galveston
Houston
San Antonio
Waco
Little Eock.
Louisville
Memphis
Nashville
,




1,74S>
473

1.0
784
2,773
1,509
655
307
438

306

87,822
15,325
47,923
15,682
77,056
31,110
10,513
5,097
60,496
12,017
29,814

2,7'
9,178
1,604
6,619
1,868
9,118
3,507
1,173
506
5,307
1,247
2,007

703
•305
7,981
471
2,532
4,285
95
6,299
3,227

1,764
2,052
163
599
3,507
2,121
1,301
83
340

258
522

4,

685
48,736
32,166
9,292
8,925
4,083
5,991
7,674
2,574
2,840
8,072
1,589
4,853
1,524
7,745
3,114
1,118
471
5,958
1,039
3,036

8,264
4,735
687
46,957
31, 512
9,110
8,797
4,575
6,309
6,991
2,592
2,791
7,721
1,461
1,755
1,597
7,464
3,240
1,173
475
5,860
954
2,551

9.82

9.56
9.20
9.80

10.48
9.64
10.40
10.50
10.07
9.84

9.19
8.40

I
3
a

00

Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Toledo
Indianapolis
Chicago
Peoria
Detroit
Grand Rapids
Milwaukee
Minneapolis
St. Paul
Cedar Rapids
Des Moines
Dubuque
Sioux City
Kansas City, Mo...
St. Joseph
St. Louis
Lincoln
Omaha
Kansas City, Kans..
Topeka
Wichita
Helena
Denver
Pueblo
Muskogee
Oklahoma City
Tulsa...
Seattle
Spokane
Portland
Los Angeles
Oakland
San Francisco
...
Ogden
Salt Lake City

915
692
412

91,3*2
45,572
55,996
5,697
55,118
46,102
16,423
139,732
19,400
92,703
134,056
74,307
15,698
25,473
5,507
18,236
101,298
15,922
215,296
16,721

9.17
9.45
12.19
9.09
6.75
10.63
10.22
6.92
10.50
9.68
8.94
10.54
12.05
11.73
10.73
9.87
12.10
10.66
9.37
10.96
10.03
10.69
10.49
11.20
13.61
10.79
10.40
11.56
11.01
9.35
10.21
10.03
9.73
10. 56
9.95
10.04
10.62
11.53

1,567
1,399

8,813
5,299
5,768
509
5,244
4,641
1,707
13,349
1,888
9,648
12,824
7,410
1,678
2,994
566
1,989
9,323
1,466
21,801
1,656
6,659
697
1,439
1,999
414
8,834
890
719
4, 515
6,421
7,808
2,061
7,027
15,936
2,142
19,498
459
2,160

495
5,327
156
1,472
2,771
261
5,598
87
402

7,628
14,687
18,328
4,723
89,356
9,229
7,541
46,638
62,460
75,361
20,010
67,634
173,477
21,402
193, 913
6,081
23,643

8,138
4, 557
5,600
570
5, 512
4,6)0
1,642
13,973
1,940
9,270
13,406
7,431
1, 570
2, HI
551
1,824
10,130
1,592
21, 529
1,672
6,870
763
1,469
1,833
472
8,935
923
754
4,664
6,246
7.536
2,001
6,764
17,348
2,140
19,391
608
2,364

591
1,799
12,253
1,697
20,168
1,832
6,890
815
1, 541
2,052
643
9,644
960
872
5,137
5,843
7,697
2,007
6,580
18,312
2,130
19, 478
646
2,725

Total other reserve cities.

109,093

4,349,823

434,982

434, 567

9.99

111,004

4, 298,038

429,804

425,004

9.89

Total all reserve cities

188, 456

7, 896, 582

6,061

876,004

11.09

136,045

7,498, 568

845,873

810,174

10.80

5,5
19, 952
1,425
2,351
542
478

468
3,517
99
26
1,370
306
7,324
542

8,381
4,306
6,825
518
3,718
4,902
1,678
9,674
2,037
8,977
11,986
7,832
1,892
2,987

74
4,525
5,116
892
996
653
350

10
62
333
1,818

1,026
510
140
6,097
448
264
582
5,112
4,500
89
2,431
5,700
1,748
13, 568
169
750

85,134
52,9S1
57,680
5,084
52,436
46,414
17,069
133,491
18,882
96,483
128, 237
74,098
16,782
29,939
5,656
19,890
93,233
14,657
218,010
16, 558
66,586
6,970
14, 388
19,991
4,140
8,900
7,194
45,147
64, 213
78,075
20,608
70, 269
159,365
21,417
194,985
4,591
21, 604

7,410
4,744
5,897
532
4,634
4,836
1,782
14,204
1,847
9,700
14, 597
7,493
1,960
2,864
572
1,823
9,508
1,344
23, 014
1,538
6,181
695
1,450
2,100
346
9,133
912
616
3,838
6,509
8,738
2,386
5,812
16,594
2,005
15,616
465
2,289

8.70
S.95
10.22
10.46
8.84
10.42
10.44
10.64
9.78
10.05
11.38
10.11
11. 6S
9.57
10.11
9.17
10.20
9.17
JO. 56
9.29
9.28
9.97
10.08
10.50
8.36
10.34
10. 25
8.56
8.50
10.14
11.19
11. 58
8.27
10. 41
9. «6
8.01
10.13
10. 60

1
This amount represents the net amount due from banks as shown by the reports of those banks whose balances due from exceed the balances due to banks and must be
deducted from the amount in the second column in order to prove the apparent amount of. liabilities upon which reserve is required. Certified checks and cashiers' checks are now
included with amount due to banks in the reserve calculation.




TABLE N O . 56.—Reserve computation of national hanks at date of each call since September 38, 1925—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,192E

Apr. 12,1926

Net
Amount
Net
Per cent
Amount
Per cent
amounts
oflawful
amounts
Net
Net
to net
oflawful
to net
due from amount en Amount
reserve
due from amount on Amount
which.
of reserve with Fed- amount on banks not
which
of reserve
banks not
reserve oZOuuiji on
which
reserve is
included
reserve is required eral reserve
included
required wim i? eu- reserve is
reserve is in reserve computed
eral reserve computed
iri reserve computed
banks

Banks in—

computed calculation

calculation

banks

COUNTBT BANKS

Maine.
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Bnade Island
Connecticut
Total New England States...
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania.
Delaware
Maryland

7.33

71,977
48,133
30,799
311,256
50,340
175, 969

5,038
3,229
2,156
21,788
3,524
12,318

2,422
22, 252
8,S8?
11,683

7.86
7.16
7.13
6.64

6,325
2,252
1,453
10,534
2,609
15,011

7. 56

74,862
44,018
30,005
313,778
46,690
175,137

8,240
3,081
2,100
21,966
8,261
12,260

7.23
,-.22
7.53
7. 37

6,«2
8,176
2,268
23,130
8,819

7.12
7.02
7.25

12,260

_

r.

_
_
_
,.

Total Southern States




686,474

48,053

48, 705

7.09

37,184

684,390

47,907

49,585

693,949
536,062
808, 208
13,329
53,370

41,877
37,454
56, 574

46,092
41,094

31,314
24, 720
60,497
675

44,212
36,331

3,736

2,794

603,822
509, 263
806,914
12,936
52, 636

42,268
36,648

62,678
1,105
3,966

7.76
7.68
7.88
8.29
7.43

130, 484

_.

40, 469
32,368
32,229
62,043
778
3,086

2,003,915

14d, 274

154,335

7.70

120,000

1, 985, 461

138,982

146, 620

9,796
6,564
9,617

_

,

Total Eastern States
Virginia...
West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
Florida.. ^__.._
Alabama.:..
Mississippi..;
Louisiana
Taias.
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee.

5,278
3,486

5,337
2,151
1,875
10.631
2,625
18, 050

10,193
7,509

11,846

13,122
5,726
3,890
3,951
23,418
4,214
6,7d6
5,854

8,669
7,623
8 9§8
5,159
4,618
20,624
9,886
5,508
2,97i

9,948

8,133
7,795
5,360
4,288
13,777
6,747
4,306
3,887
25,481
4,765
7,026
7,048

8.13
7.58
7.33
7.76
8.29
7.35
8.25

142,108
108,302

25,118
12,954
7,417
4)798
52, 597
8,970
10, 327
7,505

145,614
107,268
106,842
69,048
61,749
187,455
8i f 798
55,565
56)439
334, 545
60,199
95)805
83, 623

7.66
7.89
B.68
t. 48
7.46

43,790
7,679
7,785
6,525

104,091
62,944
46,580
164, 699
76,222
54, 871
50,22i
313,063
57, 857
92.703
82,689

21.916
4,060
6,489
6,785

10,744
8,003
6,863
4,ft>6
3,468
il, ?01
6,689
4,06V
8,600
28, 646
4,259
6,797
6,698

170, 623

1,435, 660

100,496

110,468

139, 675

1,365,330

94,873

100,071

t. 3fi

8,575
6,379

938

7,458
4,893
3,622

1M

6.89
7.62
7.92
7.33
8.43
7.69

56,484
905
3,677

7,681
7,*6
4,406
3,201

11,529

5,266
3,841

3, Sis

132
7-13

61,055
962
3,970

7.57

7.M
%

"

7. 3?

ifci

t-io

7.50
7.39
6.9?
7,55
7.38
7.33
8.11

27,066
14, 641
28.766
12, 331
14, 666
14,088
14, 482
5,370

.

.

Kansas
Montana
WTy0ming
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma

. . . __

. .

.
. . . . .

. . . .

Total Western States
Washington.
Oregon. „,
California
Idaho . . .
Utah.... .
Kevada
Arizona.

,

.

.. .

.. . .

.

Total Pacific States

.. .

..

7.33
7.54
7.42
7.32
7.20
7.15
7.58
7.23

25, 439
12, 019
30,128
12,324
16,605
11, 526
15, 261
4,433

301, 754
172,809
327, 385
149,813
159,126
150, 515
154,280
58,599

21,123
12, 097
22, 917
10,487
11,338
10, 536
10,79B
4,102

22,041
12,823
23, 675
10,901
11,490
11,058
11, 299
4,185

7.30
7.42
7.23
7.28
7.22
7.35
7.32
7.14

1,465, 630

102, 594

107, 967

7.37

127, 735

1, 474, 281

103, 200

107, 472

7.29

62,606
48,907
5?, 187
115, 435
50, 042
28,936
62, 763
21,164
166,050

4,382
3,423
4,003
8,080
3,503
2,026
4,393
1,482
11,624

4,717
3,678
4,361
8,637
3,771
2,205
6,041
1,666
13,068

7.53
7.52
7.68
7.48
7.54
7.62
8.03
7.82
7.87

4,407
4,637
5,896
13,196
5,991
3,369
9,195
1,904
22, 359

60,233
49, 495
58,768
109,491
46,387
26,756
62, 827
19,184
153, 576

4,216
3,465
4,113
7,664
3,247
1,873
4.39S
1,343
10, 750

4,432
3,733
4,462
8,125
3.451
2,056
4,680
1,315
11,458

7.36
7.54
7.59
7.42
7.44
7.68
7.45
6.85
7.46

88,713

Total Middle States North Dakota
South Dakota

22,244
14,087
23, 877
10,520
10, 554
11,051
11,337
4,294

8,054
6,837
6,146
15, 604
8,684
4.317
8,251
3, 980
28, 434

.

.

21,238
13,079
22, 512
10,054
10,264
10,822
10,466
4,159

131, 410

..... . . . »
. .

303, 397
186,849
321, 599
143, 635
149, 623
154, 601
149, 511
59,415

613, 080

42,916

47,131

7.69

70,854

580, 707

41,069

43, 712

7.45

10, 460
6,545
20,011
5,074
1,043
1,263
2,505

86,247
56,397
221, 463
39, 409
6,203
10,980
19,292

5, 967
3,948
15,502
2,759
434
769
1,350

6,185
4,236
16,061
3,130
480
849
1,451

7.26
7.51
7.26
7.94
7.74
7.73
7.52

11, 375
7,040
18,854
4,183
674
1,175
2,990

89, 462
55,125
211,035
37, 371
5,603
10, 083
19,501

6,262
3,869
14, 772
2,616
392
707
1,365

6,610
4,100
15,307
2,684
421
737
1,271

7.39
7.44
7.25
7.18
7.62
7.30
6.62

46, 931

438,991

30,729

32, 392

7.38

46, 291

428,180

29,973

31,130

7.27

14

Ohio .
Indiana
Illinois.
Michigan
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Iowa...
Missouri

2,784
4,699

418
705

2 736
!2,008

26.44
42.73

26
135

2,905
4,796

436
719

2719
2 1, 803

24.75
37.59

14

Total countn7 banks.

- .

Total United States
2

.

.

7,483

1,123

s 2, 744

36.67

161

7,701

1,155

2 2, 522

6, 661, 223

466,185

503, 732

7.57

541, 900

6, 522, 060

457,159

481, 012

14, 547, 805

1, 362, 246

1, 379, 736

9.48

677, 945

14,020, 618

1, 303, 032

1,291,180

9.21

The cash in vault (exclusive of national-bank notes) and due frotn approved reserve agents.




o
g

7.38

797,110

ft

32. 75

608, 654

o

S
*

to
CO
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BEPOBT OF THE COMPTBOLLEB OF THE CTJBBJlNCY

TABLE N O . 56.—Reserve computation of national banks at dale of each'call since
September 28, 1925
|In thousands of dollars]

Banks in—

June 30,1928
Net
amounts
cent
Net
Amount of Per net
due from
to
on
of lawful rebanks not amountre- Amountre . serve with amount
which
reserve T
included
on which
serve is
quired
Federal re- reserve is
n reserve computed
serve banks computed
calculation i

CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES

New York
Chicago
Total central reserve cities
OTHEB RESEBVE CITIES

Boston
-.
Albany
Brooklyn and Bronx
Buffalo
Philadelphia
...
Pittsburgh
Baltimore
.-.
Washington
...-.
Richmond
.
Atlanta..
...-.
Jacksonville
Birmingham
New Orleans
Dallas
El Paso
Fort Worth
Galveston
_.
Houston
'.
San Antonio
Waco
Little Bock
Louisville
Memphis
Nashville
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
_
Toledo
Indianapolis
Chicago...
-._
Peoria
_
Detroit
Grand Rapids
Milwaukee
Minneapolis
St. Paul
Cedar Rapids
_
DesMoines
Dubuque
_..
_
Sioux City
Kansas City, Mo
St. Joseph
St. Louis
Lincoln
Omaha
Kansas City, Kans....
Topeka
Wichita...
Helena
_
Denver.
Pueblo
Muskogee
Oklahoma City
Tulsa
Seattle
Spokane
Portland
Los Angeles
Oakland
San Francisco
.
Ogden
Salt Lake City
Total other reserve cities
Total all reserve cities

12,101
715
12,816
=
4,964
0, 277
646
322
5,460
680
1,708
6,060
163
4,517
2,456
3,022

2,780, 549
679, 536
3, 460,085

361, 471
88,340
449,811

371,420
462, 676"

13.36
13.43
13.37
.'

T

50,147
49,940
'•; 9.96
7,777
7,435
9.56
6,060
4,950,: 9. 78
730
710
10.28
48,067
49, 827
9.65
33,444
31,901
10.48
7,005
9,336
7.50
9,476
9,106
10.41
4,067
4,250
9.57
3,860
5,429
,7.11
5,754
5,624
10.23
2,371
2,450
9.68
2,382
2,543
9.37
3,174
7,794
8,032
9.70
1,085
1,718
1,461
11.76
5,169
4,636
11.15
171
1,361
1,239
10.99
2,824
8,029
7,506
10.70
1,724
3,651
3,040
12.01
798
1,127
1,015
11.11
215
490
449
10.91
5,649
107
6,127
9.22
1,087
510
933
' 11.65
2,825
500
2,857
9.89
1,823
8,737
8,612
10.14
1,581
6,110
5,687
10.74
5,988
11.17
539
552
9.77
330
6,099
6,256
9.75
6,003
5,064
4,841
.10.46
1,846
1,820
JO. 14
5,876
20, 556
14,986
13.72
1,830
1,743
1,807
9.64
1,000
9,147
8,885
10.30
205
10,026
12,726
7.88
202
6,993
7,040
9.93
1,656
1,576
10.54
3,068
2,729
11.24
536
534
10.04
1,873
1,896
9.88
11,059
9,426
.11. 73
31
1,553
1,433
10.83
3,919
19,637
21,662
9.07
1,796
1,734
10.36
6,715
9. 51
761
788
9.66
1,267
1,509
1,491
10.12
2,322
2,191
10.60
611
419
14.58
5,422
8,469
8,604
9.84
836
809
10.34
142
941
763
12.34
925
4,070
4,571
8.90
2,531
6,241
6,697
9.32
5,242
7,870
7,450
10.56
70
2,126
2,029
10.48
1,932
7,910
7,087
11.16
4,598
16,126
15,946
10.11
63
2,045
2,050
9.98
4,284
18,683
19,230
9.72
483
432
11.17
2,246
939
2,181
10.30
99,021 4,310,977
431,098
432,745
10.04
111,837 7, 771,062
880,909
895,421
1
This amount represents the net amount due from banks as shown by the reports of those banks whose
balances due from exceed the balances due to banks and must be deducted from the amount in the second
column in order to prove the apparent amount of liabilities upon which reserve is required. Certified

checks and cashiers' checks are now included with amount due to banks in tne reserve calculation.



501, 470
77,764
50,598
7,104
498, 274
319,008
93, 361
91,063
42,501
54,290
56,244
24,499
25,428
80,318
14,613
46,358
12,388
75,058
30,403
10,148
4,490
61,274
9,328
28,568
86,125
56,870
59,881
8,519
02, 558
48, 411
18,202
149,863
18,072
88, 848
127,259
70, 397
15, 759
27,289
5,341
18,956
94,260
14,335
216, 616
17,340
67,154
7,876
14,909
21,915
4,190
86,036
8,087
7,626
45, 713
66,971
74,500
20,287
70,868
159, 456
20,497
192,305
4, 325
21, 811

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TABLK N O . 56.-—Reserve computation of national banks at date of each call since
September 28, 1925—Continued
tin thousands «t dollars]
June 30, 1926
Net
amounts
Net
due from amount on Amount of
banks not which re- reserve reincluded
quired
serve is
in reserve computed
calculation

Banks in—

cent
Amount of Per net
to
lawful re- amount
serve with on which
Federal re- reserve is
serve banks computed

COUNTRY BANKS

Massachusetts .

. .

.

Total New England States...
New York
Delaware

,

._

Total Eastern States
Virginia
West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia. . .

Texas

. .

.
. . . .

_.

..

_ . _.
.

...

Kentucky

.

.

. _

Total Southern States
Ohio
Illinois
Michigan.. . _ __

_

"Wisconsin.

. .

.

. . .

Iowa
_.
Missouri
_
Total Middle Western States
North Dakota
South Dakota .

. _ _

Kansas
Wyoming
Colorado

......

Oklahoma
_
Total Western States
Washington. .

.

_ _.

. ..

Idaho.. .
Utah
Arizona
Total Pacific States
The Territory of Hawaii (nonmember banks)..
Total (nonmember banks)
Total country banks
Total United States
2

75,025
44, 576
31,439
318,895
32, 335
173, 034
675,304
610, 930
533,696
808,345
13,006
53,838
2, 019,815
142, 265
105,664
100, 751
59, 577
46,074
143,099
70,505
49,946
48,178
299,894
55,255
93, 228
83, 719
1, 298,153
314,189
184, 823
336, 810
150, 744
158, 058
157,290
145,190
58,342
1, 505, 446
56,473
48,682
57, 595
113,987
45,768
26,300
59,021
19,459
152, 663
579,948
85,975
57, 667
213,054
37,329
5,176
10,902
17,983
428, 076
3,150
5,360
8, 510
532,529 6, 515, 252
644, 366 14, 286,314
5,020
1,654
1,888
10,778
1,374
13, 774
34,388
31,968
25 225
59,368
694
3,302
120, 547
8,858
7,498
7,894
4,981
4,261
17,687
8,603
5,263
2.482
39, 644
6,580
7, 556
5,461
12B, 768
27,533
14. 628
31, 235
13,090
14, 933
13, 785
14, 552
4,426
134,182
4,741
4,761
7,089
14, 815
6,032
3,260
6,483
2,017
23,322
72, 520
8,689
7,533
19,939
4,486
508
1,200
1,769
44,124

5,252
3,120
2,201
22,323
2,263
12,112
47, 271
42, 765
37, 359
56,584
910
3,769
141, 387
9,959
7,397
7,053
4,170
3,225
10,017
4,935
3,496
3,372
20,993
3,868
6,526
5,860
90,871
21, 993
12, 938
23, 577
10, 552
11,064
11, 010
10,163
4,084
105, 381
3,953
3,408
4,032
7,979
3,204
1,841
4,132
1,362
10,686
40, 597
6,018
4,036
14, 914
2,613
362
763
1,259
29,965
473
804
1,277
456, 749
1, 337, 658

5,345
3,641
2,350
22,986
2,317
11,825
48,464
46,282
40,267
61, 353
1,026
4,043
152, 971
10,764
7,897
7,417
4,681
3,663
10,978
5,441
3,662
3,367
22,370
4,105
7,171
6,765
98, 341
22,493
13,835
25,294
11,101
11,690
11,491
11,078
4,408
111, 290
4,262
3,641
4,338
8,511
3,379
1,990
4,508
1,446
11,382
43, 457
6,361
4,352
15,465
2,734
401
795
1,119
31, 227
«850
21,103
"1,953
487, 703
1,383,124

The cash in vault (exclusive of national-bank notes) and due from approved reserve agents




7.12
8.17
7.47
7.21
7.17
6.83
7.18
7.58
7.54
7.59
7.89
7.51
'7. 57
7. 47
7.36
7.86
7.95
7.67
7.72
7.33
6.99
7.46
7.54
7.69
8.08
7.58
7.16
7.49
7.51
7.36
7.33
7.31
7.63
7.56
7.39
7.65
7.48
7.53
7.47
7.38
7.57
7.64
7.43
7.46
7.49
7. 4C
7.55
7.26
7.32
7.75
7.29
6.22
7.29
26.98
20.58
22. 95
7749
9.68

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EEPOET OF THE COMPTEOLLER OF THE CURRENCY

•TABLE N O . 57.—-Aggregate resources and liabilities of national banks from January,
1914, to June, 1926
[For prior years see annual report 1920]
1914
Resources

Jan. 13
(7,493 banks)

Mar. 4
(7,493 banks)

June 30
(7,525 banks)

Sept. 12
(7,538 banks)

Loans and discounts.$6,175,404,961. 63 $6,357,535,898.41 $6,430,069,214.47 $6,400, 767,386.01
Overdrafts
21,838,399.48
21,335,628.89
15,485,641.14
17,142, 637.10
United States bonds to secure
circulation
734,897,425.81
736,600,910.00
733,564,382.00
736,685,849.72
Miscellaneous securities to secure circulation
392, 663,116. 72
United States bonds to secure
United States deposits'
50,342,980.00
50,285,032.00
48,405, 573.20
48,311,495.63
Other bonds to secure United
67,878,130.32
59,332,288.52
56, 781, 241. 53
72,372,019.72
States deposits
United States bonds on hand
5,112,910.00
5,476,718.00
' 11,955, 298.58
6,423,780.87
Premiums on United States
:
bonds
5,071,681.95
4, 859,610. 88
4, 058,150. 56
3,921,759.63
Bonds, securities, etc
1,020,494,711.08 1,027,326, 660. 58 1,015,981,897.19
941,723,232.07
s
Stock
42, 809,011.19
42,032,851.94
Banking house, furniture, and
fixtures
_--256,995,908.53
257,520,014.18
268,042,022.88
269,661,511.46
32,625,254. 39
33, 981,161.55
39,042,865.78
Other real estate owned
40.787,222.13
Due from national banks (not
482,036,437.64
513,728,136.83
421,754,572.17
reserve agents)
410,376,729.94
Due from State banks and
251,113,818.01
230,776,241.19
191,921,682.48
bankers...
191,968,078.31
Due from approved reserve
802,786,844.06
881,702,559.68
777,498,700.76
• agents
673,958, 901.01
37,244,268.10
40,184,406.94
48, 559,951.65
Checks and other cash items
34, 204, 681.42
263,295, 798. 41
282,343, 800.66
309,321,303.07
Exchanges for clearing house
118, 588,403.08
51,797,179.00
48,177,045.00
49,659, 728.00
Bills of other national banks
73, 546,639.. 00
Fractional currency, nickels and
3,964,617.42
3,959,837.04
3,828,925.17
' cents
—
3,591,586.83
792,694,095. 14
780,490,209. 56
791,584, 566.61
Specie
746,198,917. 43
175,373,021.00
201,429,211.00
177,490, 396.00
Legal-tender notes
_
157,508,431. 00
35,371,589.64
35,402,097.42
35, 509, 539.22
Five per cent redemption fund-.
44.323,900.14
Due from Treasurer United
8,933,843.97
7, 533,063.14
14,464,098.96
3, 952, 273. 52
States...
52,818,000.00
Clearing-house loan certificate
Total

ill, 2%, 355,138.70 11,564,497,260.26 11,482,190,770.60 11,483,529,494.68
Resources

Loans and discounts
Overdrafts
United States bonds to secure circulation
Miscellaneous securities to secure circulation
United States bonds to secure United States depositsOther bonds to secure United States deposits
United States bonds on hand
Premiums on United States bonds
Bonds, securities, etc
Stocks
Banking house, furniture, and fixtures
Other real estate owned
Due from national banks (not reserve agents)
Due from State banks and bankers
Due from Federal reserve banks
Due from approved reserve agents
Due from banks and bankers
Checks on banks in same place
Exchange for clearing house...
Outside checks, cashitems, etc
Checks and other cash items
Bills of other national banks
Fractional currency, nickels and cents
Federal-reserve notes
Specie
_
Legal-tender notes
_
Five per cent redemption fund
Due from Treasurer United States
Clearing-house loan certificate
Amount paid on account of $100,000,000 gold fund
Total.
1
8

Oct. 31
(7,571 banks)

Dec. 31
(7,581 banks)

i, 316,478,470.67
18,797,351.32
739, 586,391. 26
504, 514,045.49
47, 873,491. 40
69,365,717. 26
4, 549,007.26
3,661,325.74
905,277,164. 35
50,804,335.13
268, 509, 856. 77
42, 313,332.01
392, 847,274.13
174, 235, 702. 92

$6,347,636,510. 27
15,798,224. 76
739,160, 346. 66
209,400,603.20
47,830, 427.39
72,885,060. 35
5,003, 963. 63
3,084,194.96
988,157,510.40
61,394,185. 49
271,464, 95(5.07
43,258,037.97

634,166,049.02
150,112,100. 24
42,947,630.06
87,382,691.00
3,575,689.54
753, 252, 764. 40
172,300,611.00
52,349, 623. 24
5,377, 379. 92
35, 654, 000. 00
16,520, 718. 25
11,492,452,722.38

Includes District of Columbia and island possession bonds.
Includes $5,310,500 United States bonds loaned by New York City banks.
• Includes $899 668 erroneously shown on face of banks' reports as bonds, etc.




261,459,775.05
583, 664,900. 21
575,324,679.14
31,781,266.03
262,433,419.95
33,867,431.58
69,466,353.00
2,013,685. 00
534, 857,113. 00
128,370, 974. 00
43,752,166. 74
12,616,157. 05
12, 404,075. 77
11,357,086,017.67

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TABLE NO. 57.—Aggregate resources and liabilities of national banks from
1914, to June, 1926—Continued

January,

(For prior years see annual report 19201
1914
Jan.13
(7,493 banks)

Liabilities

June 30
(7,525 banks)

Mar 4
(7,493 banks)

Sept. 12
(7,538 banks)

Capita! stock paid In
$1, 057, 676.054.00 $1,056,482,120.00 $1,058,192,335.00 $1,060,332,072.50
724,138,519.46
723, 338, 266. 50
731, 273,096.28
Surplus fund
. . 732,442, 759. 67
Undivided profits, less ex287,343,679.28
268,184,165.18
272,703,334.17
penses and taxes
259, 664,337. 83
National-bank notes outstand722, 554, 719.00
720,640,334.00
918, 270,315. 50
ing. ._
___
725, 326,161. 50
27, 693.00
27,698.00
27,693.00
State-bank notes outstanding
27,698.00
904,331, 571.01
1,061,260,991.82 1, 201, 467, 775.86 1,017,820,892.71
Due to other national banks
515, 742, 709.18
607, 331, 628. 52
521,901,865.51
Due to State banks and bankers. 561,006,715.14
Due to trust companies and
609, 678, 412.65
483,794,109.1.7
619, 704, 372.92
savings banks
544,604,116.11
42,660, 616.15
39,871,080.85
43,037,637.70
Due to approved reserve agents..
43, 630, 770. 30
18, 660, 220.51
1,250,322.87
1,337,166.00
Dividends unpaid
4,264,129.89
Individual deposits
6, 072, 064, 752. 60 6,111,328,457.16 6,268,692, 429. 72 6,139,081, 279.77
66,654, 582. 55
69, 712,446.13
58,609, 788. 39
United States deposits
76,815.818.69
23, 841,062.65
27,626,325.00
23, 568,198. 75
Postal-savings deposits.
.
22, 243, 089.21
Deposits of United States disbursing officers.
7,773,054.98
7,482,388.89
Bonds borrowed
47,123,180.09
46,673, 867.97
UniU'd States bonds borrowed
34,461, 340.00
34,407,245.99
Notes and bills rediscounted
Bills payable
Reserved foi* taxes
Clearing-house loan certificates
(net balance)
Liabilities other than those
above stated
Total

11,701,475.41
60, 905,100. 06
6,155, 905.52

8,772, 534.57
45, 372, 735. 52
4, 701, 635. 23

9,025, 690.49
13,438, 527. 21
77, 775, 401. 26
7,926, 918.00

2, 408, 915. 49

2, 342,482.12

3, 516, 788.84

52,779,000.00

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

National-bank notes outstanding
_
State-bank notes outstanding...
Due to other national banks
Due to State banks and bankers
Due to trust companies and savings banks
Due to Federal reserve bank
Due to approved reserve agents
Due to banks and bankers
Dividends unpaid
Individual deposits
United States deposits
Postal-savings deposits
Demand deposits
,
Time deposits
United States bonds borrowed
Other bonds borrowed
Securities borrowed
Notes and bills rediscounted
_
•
Bills payable
Reserved for taxes
Clearing-house loan certificates (net balance).
Liabilities other than those above stated




6, 443, 087.95

11, 296, 355,138. 70 11,564,497,260.26 11,482,190,770.60 11,483,529,194.68
Oct. 31
(7,571 banks)

Liabilities

Total.

53,862, 878.42
25,981,950.00
124,089,118. 73
8,284,933.48

_.

' $1,063,162,597.50
724, 947,101. 2(i
293,261,154.09
1,018,193, 636. 50
27, 693. 00
838, 651, 946. 54
617,062,823.64
498,490, 484. 64
37, 523, 774.92
4, 342, 374. 67
6, 078, 894, 617.69
69, 744, 237. 53
31, 232, 267. 75
34,250,290.00
54,126, 345.87
3,085, 024.40
26, 582, 259.60
136, 055, 212.70
9,642, 443.73
49, 911, 000. 00
3, 285, 436. 29
11,492,452,722.38

Dec. 31
(7,581 banks)
$1,065,951,505.00
726, 935, 755. 25
281,924,667.06
848,806, 773.50

48,932.32
29,306, 505.17
1,840, 416, 214. 68
20,334,471.83
C, 175,140,032.45
1,171,222,217.91
34, 586,272.43
26,308, 909.94
774, 066.75
3.5, 586,864. 95
96,855,492. 53
2, 887,335.00
11,357,086,017.67

TABLE N O . 57,—Aggregate resources and liabilities of national banks from January, 1914, to June,

1926—Continued

1915
In thousands of dollars
Mar. 4
(7,599 banks)

May 1
(7,604 banks)

June 23
(7,605 banks)

Sept. 2
(7,613 banks)

$6,643,887,951.95
5,904,374. 54

$6,659,971,463.44
6,173, 586.07

$6,756, 680,004.10
5,060, 626. 77

7,233,929
7,211

7,387,732
6,709

783,994,426.03

783,453,730.42

781,726,220. 41

777,765

774,639

Nov. 10
(7,617 banks)

Dec. 31
(7,607 banks)

RESOURCES

United States bonds to secure circulation
Total United States bonds
Miscellaneous securities to secure circulation
United States bonds to secure United States deposits . „
Other bonds to secure United States deposits
United States bonds on band
Premiums on United States bonds
Other bonds, securities, etc Stocks
Stocks other than Federal reserve bank stock
Stock of Federal reserve bank
_
Banking house, furniture and
fixtures
Other real estate owned
Due from Federal reserve bank
Due from approved reserve agents.,
Checks on banks in same place

_

_
--

*

Five per cent redemption fund.__
Duefrom Treasurer United States.
Redemption fund and due from Treasurer United States.

Total.....




44,160,285.13
41,829, 758. 30
78,887,896.00
3, 670,569. 76
2,555, 314. 22
1,056,388,707.62

1
1,158,108,945. 79
85,762, 039. 33

1,191,127, 717. 22
93,787,521. 06

272,436, i74. 50

269,417,032. 84

277,804,754.22

278,392,205.47

43, 772, 597.11
290,678,432.15
747,156, 893. 66
598,816, 796.92
18,361, 862. 09
194,977,980.69
22,566, 644. 58
60,961,750.00
3,698, 200. 00
591,852,399. 40
127,091,112. 00
36, 500, 616. 60
7,686,564.99

49,487,321. 08
290,412, 690.11
748,541, 471. 73
565,792, 955. 73
41,948,205.55
335,128, 239.93
30, 242, 625. 09
50,747, 743.00
3,652, 635. 00
607,249,414. 29
127,999, 550. 00

43,971, 595.32
312, 657, 647.43
737,894,995. 04
538,425, 712.84
16,409, 445. 98
213, 005, 965. 71
20,870,932.37
61,557,498.00
6,418,130.00
678,540,967.99
111, 240, 250. 00

44, 077, 373.12

43,373, 243. 77

5,182,100.00

11,566,846,004.57

o
•3
Q

77,463,940.79

Outside checks, cash items, etc
Specie

$6,499,964,605.26
7,046,534.16
733,138, 268. 64

1, 219, 214, 503. 87
92, 594, 892. 32

1,795>685,156.88

1,375,149

39,273
53,518

40,036
53,689

43,953,871. 52
315,409,198.79
811,379, 518:47
597,832, 441.62
21, 792, 640.67
287,289,183.13
23,003,077.40
57,618, 958. 00
6, 779, 935.00
719,843,506.62
122.765. 379. 00

249,288
31,808
44,113
366,185
895,830
707,394
23,189
347,418
33,585
62,446
11,160
731,797.
114,978

251,551
31,424
45,122
403,985
834,392
698,921
38,588
449,828
43,8O»
63,933
10,669
689, 762
118,11?

41,392, 715. 64

42,535

45,»

52,321, 053. 57
16, 461,341. 58
15, 579,155. 05
11,842,354,995.11

1,343,822

74,195:
37,435
7, 457;

86,2li
39,764
7, 917

12,267,090,429.00

13,236,331

13,467,887
" " " • - " •

—

s
a

s.

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
•
_
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes,National-bank notes outstanding
State-bank notes outstanding
Due to Federal reserve bank
Due to approved reserve agents
Due to banks and bankers
Dividends unpaid
Demand deposits..
Time deposits
United States bonds borrowed
Other bonds borrowed
Securities borrowed
Notes and bills rediscounted
Bills payable
Letters of credit
_
_
Acceptances based on imports and exports.
Liabilities other than those above s t a t e d . . .
Total




1, 066, 589,307. 50
724,307,901.61
288,682, 310.67
746,617,138.75
6,345.35
7,090,468. 56

2,236, 647,932.10
1,332,887. m
5, 149,701, 825.27
1,199,188, 335. 32
33,602,940. 00
11, 549, 476. 41
317, 943. 54
38,534, 087. 67
57,126,299. 62

1,065,891,977.50
719,329,463.39
293,683, 959. 21
727,793,361. 50

1,088,519,105.00
722, 089, 210.17
314, 755,321. 77
722,703,856. 50

8, 093. 56
6,415, 996. 67
2,220,110,108.38
3,932,185. 98
5,407,211,478.11
1,254,369, 875. 46
33,536, 806.11
8,132, 515. 48
78, 049.49
37,568,342.27
62,965,176.96

500.36
6,289, 592.84
2,201, 716, 024.16
1, 953, 817.90
5,325,853,421.84
1,285,428,400.06
33,336,164.20
8,436,963.18
98, 556.99
39,918,987.31
58,200, 677.00

5,650,814. 64

11,327,605. 04

6,384,557.60

11,566,846,004.57

11,842,354,995.11

11,795,685,156.88

1,068, »63,507. 70
722,577, 738. 63
300,0i8,297. 47
718,496,591.50
22,860. 00
39, 855.20
6,407,832. 20
2,459,607, 984. 33
1,277, 906. 28
5,426,610,208.84
1,335,572, 505. 70
33,822, 390. 00
5,997,557.42
84,983.65
45,550, 405. 57
60,169, 307. 64
55,137,152. 61
13, 077,388. 22
13, 755, 956. 04
12,267,090,429. 00

1,068, 649
722,877
317,236
713,467
23
20

1, m, 04»
725,554
294,267

2, 702,366
1,624
6,070,219
1,375,956
32,151
4,999
76
42,888
60,567
75,471
26, 808
13,647

713,314
23
8
11,286
2,727,168
22,695
6,223, 842
1,417, 417
31, 775
4,735
73
42,530
55,886
87,869
31,985
9,461

13, 236,331

13,467,887

7,287

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TABLE NO. 57.-—Aggregate resources and liabilities of national banks from
1914, to June, 1926—Continued

January,

1910
[In thousands of dollars]
Mar. 7
(7,586
banks)

Mayl
(7,578
banks)

June 30
(7,579
banks)

Sept. 12
<7,589
banks)

Nov. 17
(7,584
banks)

Dec. 27
(7,584
banks)

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts'
7,490,Oil 7,806,428 7,679,167 7,859,837 8,345, 784 8,340,628
9,317
6,994
6,168
Overdrafts
_._
5,493
7,839
10,403
83,761
29,001
Customers' liability under letters of credit.
102,386 100,326
77,512
32,443
66,034
Customers'liability account ot acceptances.
43,829
69,072
77,879 101,581
98,192
United States bonds
753, 913 738,830 781,205 729,777 724,473 716,960
1,464,787 1,525,567 1,527,832 1,624,627 1,709,956 1, 725,347
Other bonds, securities, etc
Stocks other than Federal reserve bank
37,838
39,979
40,075
39,272
39,366
39,144
stock
•
„
54,126
53, 628
53,651
53,923
54,112
Stock of Federal reserve bank
53,701
252,982 255,378 255,977 259,427 261,464
262,489
Banking house
81,505
31,654
31,908
32,068
Furniture and fixtures
32,392
31,800
47,320
48,221
Other real estate owned
47, 736
48,064
47,787
47,627
1,022, 642 954,822 843,390 936,339 1,035,107
Due from approved reserve agents
945,812
772, 879 766,200 694,826 780,600
983, 659 898,890
Due from banks and bankers..
319,430 596,895 444,033 392,684
516, 705 402,591
Exchanges for clearing house
22,874
28,292
36,007
Other checks on banks in the same place..
42,435
28,886
25,570
30,019
41,884
37,233
45,972
Outside checks and other cash items
32,81'
38, 560
61,908
56,003
Notes of other national banks...
.
59,196
54,120
62,238
77,049
1,377
Federal reserve bank notes
1,634
2,083
"9,077
12,549
8,940
Federal reserve notes
»7,480
13,190
16,623
686,848 677,099
708, 780 663,565 640,479
Coin and certificates
101,496
124,833 113,890 111,624 105,101
Legal-tender notes
108,847
649,171 707,497
431,195 428,191 476,103 531,028
Due from Federal reserve banks
Redemption fund and due from United
43,024
States Treasurer...
43,851
41, 730
42,346
48,301
40,850
4,614
7,518
21,652
Other assets
8,544
15,246
J4,912

Total.
LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in.
_
Surplus fund.
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes
paid
Amount reserved for tares accrued
Amount reserved for all interest accrued.
National-bank notes eutstanding
Due to Federal reserve bank
Due to approved reserve agents
Due to banks and bankers
Dividends unpaid
Demand deposits
Time deposits..
United States bonds borrowed
Other bonds borrowed
Securities borrowed
Notes and bills rediscounted
Bills payable, including obligations representing money borrowedBills payable, other than with Federal reserve bank
Bills payable, with Federal reserve bank..
State bank circulation outstanding
Letters of credit and traveler's checks outstanding 8 Acceptances *
Liabilities other than those above stated..

Total.
Liabilities for rediscounts, including those
with Federal reserve bank

13,833,681 14,195, 695 13,926,868114,411, 537 15,520,205 15,333,562
1,067,289 1,067,481 1,066,049 1,067,565 1,071,116 1, 070,793
724,664
739,336
731,389
744,653
724,097
731,409
306, 61

317,473

305,850

695,83f
1

682,245
2

676,116

7,842
10,184
9,383
3,066, 233 2,985,969 2,702, 756

21,099
1,300
3,960
6,221,220 6, 549, 583 6,473,361
1,495,153 1, 586,435 1,669, 687
27,538
27,948
27,053
4,43'
4,133
4,856
11
178
180
31,085
31,489
33,286

332,458
343,139
317,050
9,566
9,274
9,453
9,424
7,568
9,586
674,115 665,259
666,409
17
5
9,124
7,134
12,686
2,908,512 3,339,628 3,248,929
1,029
1,380
2,184
7, 322,688 7,148,302
1,816,44- 1, 854,740
1,736, 766
26,586
26,359
26,985
3,984
4,513
5,070
14
322
458

105,17
42,67
10, 59;
13,838,6

32,231

35,332

38,499

23

30,873

23

23

24, 539
578
23

27,008
8,123
23

102,653
69, 836
9,1

85,943
69,303
14,401

81,182
76,608
14,706

31,372
98,231
18,317

35,009
100, 342
20. 655

14, 195, 595 13,920,868 14, 411, 537 15, 520, 205 15, 333, 552
53,394

48, 554

54,627

1 Commencing Sept. 12,1916, notes and bills rediscounted not included in loans and discounts, b u t shown
as 2contingent liabilities.
Includes Federal reserve bank notes.
• Prior t o M a y 1 this item read " Letters of credit."
• Prior to N o v . 17 this item read "Acceptances based on imports a n d exports."




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NO. 57.—Aggregate resources and liabilities of national banks from
1914, to June, 1926—Continued

273
January,

1917
[In thousands of dollars]
Mar. 5
(7,581
banks)

Mayl
(7,589
banks)

June 20
(7,604
banks)

Sept. 11
(7,638
banks)

Nov. 20
(7,656
banks)

Dec. 31
(7,662
banks)

BESOUBCES

Loans and discounts
. .
».
8,712,862 8,751,679 8,818,312 9,055,248 9,535,527
Overdrafts
___
7,666
8,069
9,619
9,607
15,044
15,073
Customers'liability under letters of credit.
26,703
21,135
24,512
29,439
26,944
25,052
Customers' liability account of acceptances
94,421 105,653 135,734
132,948 147,992 211,458
United States b o n d s . .
714,523 768,114 » 905,127 1941,082 1,651,262 1,014,903
Payment on account subscription for Liberty loan bonds
171,129
Liberty loan bonds
_
217,900 702,921
Other bonds, securities, etc
1,770,083 1,856,983 1,843,047 1,863,621 1,906,782 1,870,967
Stock other than Federal reserve bank
39,182
stock
39,074
38,938
42,134
42,837
41,730
54,329
Stoek of Federal reserve banks
54,695
64,827
55,480
55,698
55,933
262,815
Banking liouse
269, 947 272,190 273,941 273,695
31,798
Furniture and fixtures
32,179
32,594
32, 611
32,917
32,293
48,277
Other real estate owned...
47,212
49,656
46,273
46,112
46,063
Due from Federal reserve banks
750,202 761, 995 820,584
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve banks.
1,046,102 1, 077, 701 1,110,204
Items with Federal reserve banks in process of collection
126,708 165,118 158,658
Notes of other national banks
61,352
59, 734
65,657
Federal reserve banknotes
2,049
1,617
2,248
Federal reserve notes.
17,080
22,973
19,376
Coin and certificates
705,998 659,501 556,686
Legal-tender notes.
107,994
103,828 ia% 147
Cash in vault
_
493,609 516,120 532,126
Net amount due from national banks
1,292,192 1,369,691 1,429,010
Doe from approved reserve agent
827,943
1,077,727 948,069
Net amounts due from other banks, bankers, and trust companies
939,054
* 341,412 400,693 377,576
890,592
Exchanges for clearing house
419,284
678,145 445,471 401,742 399,974
655,037
Checks on ether banks in the same place..
47,958
30,919
88,564
39,647
43,615
72,589
Outside checks and other cash items
,
37,031
37,906
45, 878
36,335
42,689
89,864
Kedemption fund and due from V. S.
Treasurer
41,199
41,363
40,407
39,547
43,498
42,619
Interest earned but not collected
31,981
17,121
Other assets
27,431
31,045
25,779
2S,884
18,304
23, 721
Total
122 16,144,403[16,151,040 1.6,543,49t> 18, 553,197 18.073.308
Capital stock paid in
1,073,875 1,079,669 1,082,779 1,090,318 1,092,207
754,621 761,654
762,367 769,050 774,575
Surplus fund
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes
317,412 329,712 353,407 354,023 369,801
paid.
Interest and discount collected but not
39,529
earned
5,862
7,772
14,434
11,569
Amount reserved for taxes accrued
,
8,562
13,530
10, i«97
10,142
Amount reserved for all interest accrued
11,408
661,15'
656,100 660,431 665,642 669,662
National-bank notes outstanding..
4,223
I
3,757
Due to Federal reserve banks
48
7,873
8,579
Due to approved reserve agents
11,233
1,196,330 1,257,587
Net amounts due to national banks
Net amounts due to other banks, bankers,
3,675,384 3,370,558 3,014,333 1,848,463 1,845,707
and trust companies
2,464
1,155
4,741
Dividends unpaid
W
7,289,110 7,618,011 7,431,029 7,679,370 8,056,948
Demand deposits
2,281,865
1,984,650 2,078,448 2,090,619
Time deposits
«132,965 2,295,982 1,352,006
United States deposits
* 89,142 210,395
Postal-savings deposits
(»)
65,415
110,190
32,758
20,871
28,445
United States bonds borrowed
17,661
20,488:
6£>,674
4,949
Other bonds borrowed
4,904
363
809
276
77
Securities borrowed
182
Bills payable, other than with Federal
48,920
51,880
57,200
25,460
reserve banks
17,660
184,736
63,790 295,532
Bills payable with Federal reserve banks..
2,999
8,827
17
17
23
23
State bank circulation outstanding
23
Letters of credit and travelers' cheeks
27,082
36,752
39,688
29.476
outstanding
23,620
138,231 153,645
144,414
101,485 110,549
Acceptances
31,076
58,901
15,913
16,151
45, r
Liabilities other than those above stated..
15,979,122 16,144.403 16,151,040 16, 543,499J18,553,197
Total—
Liabilities for rediscounts, including those
139,366 169,434! 247,213
58,027
with Federal reserve banks
49,088
»Includes United States certificates of indebtedness and excludes Liberty loan bonds.
a Included under heading " Cash in vault."
• This item formerly included amounts due from
national banks
 other than approved reserve agents.



1,092,606
784,065
323,126
28,926
15,721
9,880
674,254
3,180
1,288,714
1,901,803
8,436,395
2,298,282
617,318
98,695
33,591
347
67,183
199,249
17
37,639
217,190
45,130
18,078, 308
475,416

»Included with demand deposits.
5
Prior to June £0, 1917, included with demand
deposits.
8
Included with time deposits.

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TABLE N O . 57;—A igregate resources and liabilities of national banks from January,
1914, to June, 1926—Continued
1918
[In thousands of dollars]
May 10
(7,688
banks)

Mar. 4
(7,670
banks)

June 29
(7,705
banks)

Aug. 31
(7,728
banks)

Nov.l
(7,754
banks)"

Dee. 31
(7,767
banks)

RESOUECES

Loans and discounts
Overdrafts
Customers' liability under letters of creditCustomers' liability account of accept'
ances.
Cnited States bonds, other than Liberty
loan bonds'
Liberty loan bonds..
Other bonds, securities, etc
Stocks, other than Federal reserve bank
stock
•
_
Stock of Federal reserve banks
Banking house
Furniture and fixtures..
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve banks.
Items with Federal reserve banks in process of collection
Cash in vault
_
Net amount due from national banks
Net amount due from other banks, bankers, and trust companies..
Exchanges for clearing bouse
Checks oh other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from U. S.
Treasurer
_
Interest earned but not collected
War-savings certificates and thrift stamps
actually owned
Other assets

9,139,225 9,260,041 9,620,402 9,493,666 0,096,940 9,9*8,294
12,497
14,306
16,814
12,968
13,586
11,662
16,284
15,275
12,563
13,204
25,022
25,324
222,176

239,102

221,397

231,673

310,593

291,502

1,645,118 1,796,194 1,386,251 1,787,378 1,781,993 1,735,889
475,531 861,329 730,534 668,048 1,374,319 1,213,989
1,815,340 1,757,688 1,740,845 1,695,070 1,660,465 1,683,071
42,660
42,753
48,177
47,461
39,213
42,412
56,982
57,259
57,427
58,100
56,219
56,756
276,502 277,315 277,941 280, 615 282,012 281,904
34,027
34,653
34,518
33,495
32,689
33,340
45,P34
46,306
46,642
46, 765
45,871
45,639
1,129,557 1, 111, 432 1,099, 208 1,180,163
1,071,155 1,103,895
171, 876
172,451 183,892 196,315 260,425
449, 719 483,494 382, 701 364,136 443,828 522,063
1,441,989 1,162, 750 1,147,877 1,196,409 1,177,169 1,303,145
609,539
52, 318
52,080

336,980
435,926
42,973
44,206

314,536
310,227
46,545
57,698

331,387
293,572
46,262
51,697

356,137
533,435
68,718
64,037

349,385
816,455
69,877
71,320

41,984
12,683

40,011
13,553

39,064
14,261

14,335

39,271
12,987

45,596
34,817

5,956
30,427

5,440
21,524

12,498
15,052

10,842
20,869

10,180
24,288

6,516
20,569

18,014,91118,249,905 17,839,502 18, 043, 605 19, 821,404:20,042,224

Total.
LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
...
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes
paid
Interest and discount collected b u t not
earned
Amount reserved for taxes accrued
Amount reserved for all interest accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
DuetoFederalreservebanks
Net amount due to national banks
Net amount due t o other banks, bankers,
and trust companies
Demand deposits..
Time deposits
United States deposits
United States bonds borrowed.
Other bonds borrowed
Securities borrowed
Bills payable, other than with Federal
reserve banks
Bills payable with Federal reserve banks...
State bank circulation outstanding
Letters of credit and travelers' checks outstanding
Acceptances.
Time drafts outstanding
Liabilities other than those above stated._
Total.
Liabilities for rediscounts, including those
with Federal reserve banks

1,094,338 1,096,932 1,098, 556 1,101,839 1,107,760 1,109,735
801,165 803,143 809,138 813,769 829,663 845,282
332,326

355,937

1,949,785
8,084,146
2,370,679
682,712
66,795
26,534
814

366,637

377,875

338,696

44,130
191,229

r
37,138
230,164
1,518
23,008

1, 775, 820 1, 786,059 1,917,775
1,743,134
8,094,686 7,838,150 8,095, 749 8, 640, 818 9,460,577
2,342,747 2,343, 589 2, 397,491 2,372, 512 2,473,868
1,060,086 1,037, 787 506,583 1,136, 884 313,381
184,929
77,865 102,620 104,711 228,401
19,984
12, 279
27,578
29,781
15,138
2,078
922
400
2,014
315,124
19

84,467
283,367
19

90,813
600,051

32,441
250,323
2,439
95,917

26,240
231,805
2,931
66,905

24,785
243,772
3,997
49,65:

78,705
859,132
19
23,640
332,719
2,885
163,925

61,564
817,264
19
21,691
305,101
6,419
140,104

18,014,911 18,249,905 17,839,502 18,043, SOI19,821, 404 20,042, 224
421,537

> Includes United States certificates of indebtedness owned.




342,099

27,865
27,857
48,879
29,396
27,279
26,565
22,484
31,524
18,363
38,098
17,481
21,118
14,348
10,700
12,354
11,956
10,761
14,169
672,161 680,445 681,631 674, 201 675,698 676,827
6,042
10,076
8,911
5,522
3,263
4,691
1,348,184 1,139,776 1,100,919 1,104,074 1,125,124 1,248,569

515,440

603,141

629,154

502,007

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TABLE NO» 57.—Aggregate resources and liabilities, of national banks from
1914, to June, 1926—Continued

275
January,

1919
[In thousands of dollars]
Mar. 4
(7,761
banks)

May 12
(7,733
banks)

June 30
(7,785
banks)

Sept. 12
(7,821
banks)

Nov. 17
(7,866
banks)

Dec. 31
(7,890
banks)

BESOUBCES
9,691,187 1,904, 821110, 574, 838 11,085, 462 11, 560, 242 11,786,227
Loans and discounts.
Overdrafts
13,881
12,421
14,053
15,131
23,116
17,044
Customers'liability under letters of credit2,386
1,708
3,021
4,592
4,923
7,690
Customers' liability account of acceptances- 263,108
217,819 260,486 308,049 343,008 393,552
United States bonds, other than Liberty
2, 652, 354 3,024,588 1,722,394
ioau bonds '
Liberty loan bonds
1, 029, 253 1,003,522 H , 449,518
United iStates Government securities
owned
3, 296,593 2, 881,881 2,723,493
Other bonds, securities, etc
1, 701,025 1, 743, 005 1,767,038 1, 806,595 1, 870,103 1,874,028
Stoeks, other than Federal reserve bank
stock
47, 614
47,353
49, 503
51, 873
49,606
52,148
58, 393
Stock of Federal reserve banks
58,729
59,068
61,426
61,584
60,473
282,492|
Banking house
286,916
287, 598
295,932
300,394
289,908
34,943
Furniture and fixtures
35, 854
36,156
38,993
37, 519
39,259
45, 262!
Other real estate owned
45, 883
45, 853
46, 355
47, 813
43,485
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve banks- 1,149,100 1,179,080i 1, 208,969 1, 227, 341 1, 262,339 1,312,112
Items with Federal reserve banks in process of collection
273,383
291, 387
287,415
377, 861
476,375
456,595
435, 839
455,369
424,455
450,041
C_ash in vault
_
439,211
608,605
1,296, 659 1,256,325 1,205,779 1, 268, 627 1, 433,555 1,350,320
Ket amount due from national banks
Net amount due from other banks, bankers, and trust companies
344,554
337,108
375,300
439,049
493,360
829, 784
Exchanges for clearing house
479,0401
686, 831!
754,504
610,331
960, 531
90,190
Checks on other banks in the same place...
49, 457
62, 034
68, 765
52,652
102, 274
77, 873
Outside checks and other cash items
_
52, 463
58, 644
72,945
59, 594
82,642
Redemption fund and due from U. S.
45,
37,864!
38,604
40,364
38,716
41,516
Treasurer
41, 598
45, 26f'
46,206
46,913
Interest earned but not collected
47, 673
45,109
War savings certificates and thrift stamps
5,113
4, 613|
4, 402
actually owned
23,003
27, 815|
42^680
Other assets
48,430
27,685
61,949
20, 017, 760120, 824, 991J20, 799,550 21, 615, 416 22, 444, 992 22, 711,375
Total..
LIABILITIES
1,106,550! 1,111,501 1,118, 603 1,137,970 1,153, 752 1,158, 259
Capital stock paid in
854, 433 859, 603 872, 226
902,905 921,335
Surplus fund
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes
paid
_
358, 753 387,956 372, 649 414,706 437,395 376, 707
Interest and discount collected but not
earned
55,804
55,116
54,338
60,827
58,014
60,780
41,141
Amount reserved for taxes accrued
39,337
40, 658
45,987
44,886
40,127
14,323
17,149
13, 794
Amount reserved for all interest accrued-19, 550
16, 592
14, 257
673,923 676, 859
677,162 681,589 680,879 685,769
National-bank notes outstanding
7,867
6,724
10,912
Due to Federal reserve banks
14,268
13,508
12,865
] 1,233,456 1,197, 673 1,134,918 1, 208, 451 1, 357, 459 1,273, 849
Net amount due to national banks
Net amount due to other banks, bankers,
2,062, 659
1,958,105 1, 886,836 1,839,158 1, 845,041 1,
and trust companies
159,339 269,374 275,106 217, 125 296, 795 318, 828
Certified checks outstanding»._
138, 672 179, 859 206,846 206,012 215,933 284,645
Cashiers' checks outstanding 5
I,
8,558,384 9,103,534 9,106,192 9, 751, 53310, 260,330 10, 325,162
Demand deposits
3,139, 542
2,
Time deposits..
.- 2, 662, 666| 2, 729, 245 784,940 2,921,034 3,083,685 "
591,318 530,551 566, 793 518,903 270,390 448, 863
United States deposits
_
United States Government securities bor171, 205 168,271 ! 233,738 190,163 167,328 182, 765
rowed 6
6,332
5,062
6,193
6,368
5,956
Other bonds borrowed
5,547
Securities (other than United States or
504
other bonds) borrowed
473
59
97
31
510
Bills payable, other than with Federal
57,177
58,284
reserve banks
47,698
47,229
56,199
50,640
Bills payable with Federal reserve banks.. 1,014,629! 1,152,291 991,117 1,013,966 1,005,956 881,134
58
19
19
19
58
58
State bank circulation outstanding
Letters of credit and travelers' checks out6,644
17,061
standing
10,372
15, 215
9,911
269,173
224,151 272,035 323,226 359,110 407,639
Acceptances
11, 701
13,526
9,957
14, 661
5,472
13,379
Time drafts outstanding
62,419
145,134 132,000
38,817
87,057
84,598
Liabilities other than those above stated..
20, 017, 760 20, 824,991 20, 799,550 21, 615, 416 22, 444,992 22, 711,375
Total
Liabilities for rediscounts, including those
388,896
348,203
435,368
440,910
680,476
973,499
with Federal reserve banks
i Included United States certificates of indebtedness owned.
a
Includes Victory notes.
' Now included with United States Government securities.
• Includes Liberty loan bonds, Victory notes, United States certificates of indebtedness, and all other
issues of United States Government securities.
• Formerly included with demand deposits.
• Prior to Sept. 12 this item read United States bonds borrowed, including Liberty loan, and certificates
ofFRASER
Digitized for Indebtedness.



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TABLE N O . 57.—Aggregate resources and liabilities of national banks from
1914, to June, 1926—Continued

January,

1030
[In thousands of dollarsi
Feb.28
(7,933
banks)

May*
(7,990
banks)

June 30
(8,030
banks)

Sept. 8
(8,093
banks)

Nov. 15
(8,123
banks)

Dec. 29
(8,130
banks)

BESOVBCES

Loans and discounts
Overdrafts
Customers' liability under letters of credit..
Customers'liabilityaccountof acceptances.
United States Government securities
owned..
Other bonds, securities, etc
Stocks, other than Federal reserve bank
stock
Stock of Federal reserve banks
Banking house
Furniture and fixtures,.
Other real estate owned..
t
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve banks.
Items with Federal reserve banks in
process of collection
Cash in vault
_
Net amount due from national banks
Net amount due from other banks, bankers, and trust companies..
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items
Kedemption fund and due from United
States Treasurer..
Interest earned but not collected
Other assets
Total.

1,994,523 .2,288,582 L2,396,900 .2,415,76212,311,514 12,095,295
19,277
17,545
16,996
19,215
16,406
16,481
(')
7,518
5,769
8,710
9,218
384,619
354,184
410,679
425, 390
416,417
2,459,424 2,375,801 2, 269,57) 2,175,019 2,152, 465 2,131,573
1, 859,231 1, 835,089 1,802,196 1, 805, 579 1,833,086 1,864,758
52,468
57,191
48,646
48,662
51,732
49,407
68,273
68,505
62,967
66,850
64,153
65,287
336,901
305,912
332,183
311,715
322, 732
315,735
60,824
49,247
40,908
46, 394
42,981
44,259
46,966
45,922
44, 741
45,931
43, 975
44,960
1, 286, 290 1, 266, 209 1, 245, 233 1,230, 282 1,218,007 1,184,736
530,490
437,860
454, 726
482,109
483,215
448, 037
376, 751
456, 283
471, 546
450, 351
1, 296, 428 1,121, 415 1,072, 222 1,110,772 1,076,050

422,602
494,400
942,174

345,961
435, 61f
69, 010
65, 844

316, 882
652, 052
68,979
65, 289

321, 637
766, 215
78, 350
79,261

313,451
511,375
62,829
64,399

298,913
796,098
78, 045
76,548

255,399
620,945
53, 752
66,877

43,194
48,223
203,600

38, 213
45, 681
194, 472

48,005
184, 01'

41,332
50,535
180,829

39,459
48,251
222,961

51,252
224,093

21,862, 540 22, 038,714 22,196, 73' 21,885, 480 22,081,913 21, 367, 799
LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes
paid
Interest and discount collected but not
earned
Amount reserved for taxes accrued
A mount reserved for all interest accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
Due to Federal reserve banks
Net amount due to national banks
Net amount due to other banks, bankers,
' and trust companies.Certified checks outstanding
Cashiers'checks outstanding
Demand deposits
Time deposits
United States deposits
Total deposits
United States Government securities borrowed...
Other bonds borrowed
Securities (other than United States or
other bonds) borrowed
Bills payable, other than with Federal reserve banks
Bills payable with Federal reserve banks..
State bank circulation outstanding
Letters of credit and travelers' checks outstanding
Acceptances
_
Time drafts outstanding
Liabilities other than those above stated _.
TotalLiabilities for rediscounts, including those
with Federal reserve banks

1,182,0S2 1,214, 769 1,224,166 1, 248, 271 1, 269,930 1, 272, 291
944,126
986,384
996,928 1,016, 522 1,019,928
960, 598
404,443

437, 701

411, 525

483,801

495,722

73,075
46, 516
21,950
693,919
17,900
938,053

2,044,459 1,836,103 1,807,718 1,694,249 1,577,579 1, 589,767
71,647
237, 839
173,584
165,976
174,802
136,644
213,801
208,055
204, 318
169,880
255,486
174, 259
10, 044,189 10,123,42810,219,824 10,035,636 10,098,884 9,505,175
3, 259,178 3,410,480 3,485,501 3,560,298 3, 621,112 3,631,837
212,123
67,914
115,200
175,788
53,453
147, 239
16,965,1%. 16,9®4,64S17,165,4S116,761,966 16,961,70% 16, B77,767
116,21:
5,84

123,243
4,620

55,986
912,09
5'

130,960
4,608

136,914
3,823

98,28
952,624
58

115, 45'
876,09i
58

129,968
879,368
58

26,74

11,14'
431,198
831
25,44

8,605
414, 583
15!
18,83

1,52c

7,498
424, 66E
1,08
28,54
21, 862,

438,43C

1,15
31, 456

131,309
4,675

140, 551
4,399

196
154,184
783,242
58
6,371
406,525
245
17, 486

151,775
759,247
5S
5, 565
375,416
103
29,522

22,038, 71 22,196, 737 21,885, 48C 22,081,91 21,367,799

1,096,505 1,214,17'

1,214, 516 1,290,304 1,453,207 1,431,641

> Since Sept. 8,1920, letters of credit included with loans and discounts.




459,139

66,701
74,560
71,047
74, 51
73,545
51,066
42,550
43, 697
51,190
46, 343
22,155
16, 052
19, 765
15,375
17,905
687, 575
697,886
688, 460
688,178
693, 270
14, 261
24,086
19,039
19,161
21,316
1, 249, 673 1,084, 437 1,017,141 1,076,101 1,046,908

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TABLE N O . 57.—Aggregate resources and liabilities of national banks from
1914, to June, 1926—Continued

January,

1931
JIa thousands of dollars]
Feb.21
(8,143
banks)

Apr. 28
(8,152
banks)

June 30
(8,154
banks)

Sept. 6
(8,155
banks)

11,680,837
12,360
380,023
2, 0*7, 234
1,980, 825
390,760
47,651
1,128,517

11,367,074
10,770
282,478
2,001,811
1,990,970
399,038
£2,398
1,077,155

11,125,099
9,970
238, 287
2,019,497
2,005,584
410, 392
51,742
1,040,205

K>,877,«14
12,355
202,354
1,881,977
1.-973, 749
421,027
52,039
1, 029,978

10,981,783
9,949
200,683
1,975,898
2,081,4-42
429,929
64,368
1,143, 239

334,722
397, 773
2 981,201

313,385
402,223
'752,934

374, 349
756,861

305,469
357, 798
808,819

349,911
341,811
863,508

»216,957
473,208
46,016
46,066

a 218,797
390,485
37,101
39,789

259,656
60,478
61,288

231,044
467,845
54,973
55,242

228,802
437,750
69,236
62,209

37,101
236,400

35,600
198,711

36,290
294,703

35,845
165,274

36,697
152,821

20,307,651

19, 570, 699

19, 638,446

19,014,102

19,420,136

1,273,205
1,029,406

1,271,383
1,024,761

1,273,880
1,026,256

1,276,177
1, 027, 373

1,282, 432
1,033, 408

496,155
704,147
18,678

538, 784
704,868

464,782
717,473
18,882
779,783

1,432,628
1,337,072
108,338
147,003
162,735
189,647
8, 601, 787 8,709,825
3, 698,518 3, 695, SOS
175,149
249,039

1,343,245
124,870
175,243
8,352,756
3,680,704
109,981
SW&5%

Dec. 31
(8,169
banks)

EESOURCES

Loans and discountsl
Overdrafts - —
._
C*istomers' liability account of acceptances.:
United States Governmentseeuritiesowned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserv* with Federal reserve banks.'
Items with Federal reserve bank in process
of collection
_
Cash In vault
_.
Amount due from national banks
Amount due from other banks, bankers,
and trust companies
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in thesame placeOutside cheeks and other cash items
fied&mption fund and due from United
States Treasurer
_
•
Other assets
_
_
Total.
LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in._
Surplus fund
_
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes
paid
National-bank notes outstanding
Due to Federal reserve banks..
Amount due to national banks
_
Amount due toother banks, bankers, and
trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's cheeks on own bank outstanding.
Demand deposits
Time deposits
United States deposits.
Total deposits
United States Government securities borrowed
Bonds and securities (other than United
States) borrowed
Bills payable, other than with Federal
reserve banks
Bills payable with Federal reserve banks..
Letters of credit and travelers' checks outstanding
Acceptances executed for customers and
to furnish dollar exchange less those
purchased or discounted
Acceptances executed by other banks
Liabilities other than those stated above...
Total..
Liabilities for rediscounts, including those
with Federal reserve banks

580,540
684,366
14,713
5 887,018
<l,501,£«3
122,386
166.202
8, 900, 393
3, 712, 430
113, 4*9
15,473,364
121,895

621,164
679,577
16,511
» 751,749

85ism
130,785

100,324

84,847

1,467,221
56,081
208,795
8,«08,943
3,749,328
188,089
15,07$, KB
66,923

3,660
123,169
658,283

4,086

2,830

3,230

136,923
535,023

140,195
452,3S8

133,836
417,859

5,740
114, 434
381,889

5,726

5,317

£188

4,976

3,951

8 345,644
""~23,"403

287,177
17.054
55,590

11,243
42, 847

208,587
11,673
43,330

202,378
16, 558
53,068

20,307,651

19,670,699

1% 638, 446

19,014,102

19,420,138

1,144,077

989,556

878,416

705, ms

523,606

1 Includes customers' liability under letters of credit.
2
Prior to June 30,1921, thisitem called for "Net amounts.1'
»Includes acceptances executed by otter banks.




757,985

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TABLE N O . 57.'—Aggregate resources and liabilities of national banks from January,
1914, to June, 1926—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
Mar. 10
(8,197
banks)

May 5
(8,230
banks)

June 30
(8,249
banks)

Sept. 15
(8,240
banks)

D e c . 29
(8,225

banks)

RESOURCES

Leans and discounts (including redis11,282, 579 11,184,116 11,248,214 11,236,025
counts)1
11,295
Overdrafts
10,227
9,198
12,141
Customers' liability account of acceptances.
169,887
168,935
176,238
171,190
United States Government securities
owned
. . . 2,031,564 • 2,124,691 2,285,459
2, 402, 492
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc
2,162, 587 2, 277,866 2, 289, 782
444,368
452, 434
459, 020
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
440,296
62,531
Other real estate owned
_
67,598
64,383
67, 789
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve banks. 1,124, 707 1,150, 885 1,151, 605 1,232,104
Items with Federal reserve banks in
process of collection...
312,900
330, 917
355, 666
418, 923
336,065
334,504
326,181
331, 951
Cash in vault...
987,816
974,375
974,975
Amount duefromnational banks
1,063, 695
Amount due from other banks, bankers,
248,578
244,707
299, 541
and trust companies
267,060
481,368
681,269
614, 771
Exchanges for clearing house
767,096
38,207
45, 215
Checks on other banks in the same place63,394
54,623
41,205
44s 053
Outside checks and other cash items
64,928
63,112
Redemption fund and due from United
36,507
States Treasurer
36, 767
36,656
163,234
Other assets
184,566
172, 284
176,445
Total

11,599,668
13,045
204 465
2, 656, 560
2,347,479
470,644
75,178
1,220,847
455,792
391,840
1,065,820
316,966
777,572
70,088
62,221
36, 825
205, 947

20,176, 648

20,706,010

20,926,099

Capital stock paid in
1, 289, 528 1,296,220
Surplus fund
_. 1,036,184 1,040,249
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes
522,658
paid
508,560
National bank notes outstanding
720, 984
719, 570
Due to Federal reserve banks
21, 213
17,641
Amount due to national banks
962,140
Amount due to other banks, bankers, and
trust companies
1, 657,409
1, 560,920
Certified checks outstanding
174,469
190, 877
Cashier's checks outstanding
176, 632
193, 763
Demand deposits
8, 446, 530 8, 707,201
Time deposits (including postal savings)-.. 3,837, 759 3, 918,282
141,844
United States deposits
215, 347
Total deposits
United States Government securities bor- IS, $90, 438 IS, 766,988
rowed. -.
46,225
53,722
Bonds and securities (other than United
States) borrowed
3,058
6,103
Bills payable (including all obligations
representing borrowed money other
than rediscounts) '.
275, 089
248,681
Notes and bills rediscounted (including
acceptances of other banks and foreign
bills of exchange or drafts sold with indorsement)
323,737
285, 940
Letters of credit and travelers' checks outstanding
_
_
_.
4,719
5,050
Acceptances executed for customers and
to furnish dollar exchange less those
purchased or discounted. _
171, 332
170,132
13,869
14, 748
Acceptances executed by other»banks
57, 551
55, 715
Liabilities other than those stated above...

1, 307, 216
1,048,806

1, 307,122
1,042,197

1, 317, 010
1,075, 515

492,434
725, 748
19,862
916, 740

539, 047
726, 789
26,472
1,031,648

528,924
723, 819
28,109
1,035,961

1, 566, 459
205, 682
245, 091
9,152,415
4, 111, 951
103, 374

1, 582,444
164, 427
208,991
9,270, 378
4,169, 220
145,182

1, 691,307
218,464
287, 733
9, 535,-995
4,318, 736
304,176

19, 850,402

21,974,957

LIABILITIES

Total

1

19, 850,402

> Includes customers' liability under letter of credit.




20,176, 648

16, SgO, 664

16,598,762

17,1,20,481

42,475

38,104

34,615

2,897

2,990

2,948

228,481

181, 765

310,781

280, 271

247, 559

262,421

8,256

6W639

4,889

172, 887
16,494
59, 481

165, 715
17,654
61, 756

199,844
23,631
70,049

20, 706,810

20,926,099

21,974,957

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279

TABLE N O . 57.—Aggregate resources and liabilities of national banks from January,
1914, to June, 1928—Continued
1923
[In thousands of dollars]
Apr. 3
(8,229
banks)

June 30
(8,241
banks)

Sept. 14
(8,239
banks)

11,667,959
11,662

11,817,671
10,430
187,131

11,934,556
12,950
153,485
2, 602, 762
2, 398,304
504, 731
86,412
1,169,345
463, 456
361,485
960,769

11,876,562
10,470
207,438
2,566,851
2,477,843
612,910
93,881
1,180,838
460,173

319,992
925,979
85,079
73,656
36,746
161,940

Dec. 31
(8,184
banks)

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)1
Overdrafts
Customers' liability account of acceptances
United States Govenment securities owned
©ther bonds, stocks, securities, etc
_
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve banks
Items with Federal reserve banks in process of collection
Cash in vault
Amount due from national banks
Amount due from other banks, bankers, and trust com-

2,694,207
2,340, 915
479, 580
82,139
1,179, 500
424,620
359,147
1, 033, 749

2,375,857
493,324
87,133

1,142,736
396,911
291,108
910, 014

1,029,342

Other assets

Total-

68, 283
71, 578
37,108
146,643

292,974
481, 585
49,560
59,406
36,934
144,162

21, 612, 713

Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from U. S. Treasurer.

300,990
526,224
57,396
53,942
36,895
154,962

21,511,766

21, 712, 876

22,406,128

1,332,394
1,068,320
523,010
731,479
29,763
905,104

1,326,825
1,068,369
473,979
725,949
26,965
920,239

295,660

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
National bank notes outstanding
Due to Federal reserve banks
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to other banks, bankers, and trust cornCertified cheeks outstanding
Cashiers' checks outstanding
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal savings)
United States deposits
Total deposits
United States Government securities borrowed
Bonds and securities (other than United States) borrowed
Bills payable (including all obligations representing
borrowed money other than rediscounts)
Note and bills rediscounted (including acceptance of
other banks and foreign bills of exchange or drafts
sold with indorsement)
.-.
_
Letters of credit and travelers' cheeks outstanding
Acceptances executed for customers and to furnish
dollar exchange less those purchased or discounted--.
Acceptances executed by other banks
Liabilities other than those stated above

' Includes customers' liability under letters of credit.




19

1,328,891
1, 070,616
476, 205
720,001
24,194
838,227 |

1, 644,488
148, 477
176,155
9,180, 624
4,580,216
264,279
17, OSS, 281

1, 546, 777
54,123
199,064
9, 288, 298
4, 755,162
192,135
IS, 897, >/S0

34,080

34,952

4,161

2,977

1, 510, 573 1,648,607
130, 547
186,434
167,157
347,629
9,331,368
9,593,119
4, 864, 369 4,948,019
101, 649
157,848
8t,Hi
17,040, SSO r>8t8He
38,287
36,983
2,760

3,038

370,166

370,921

362,995

390,467
6,542

352,801

400,799
7,503

5,476

200,873
26,144
43,956

172,208
30,409
45,236

146, 786
18,897
51,430

204,432
17,630
66,231

21, 612, 713

Total-

18005°—27

1, 319,144
2, 067, 652
486,172
728,076
26, 517
1,015, 526

21, 511, 766 21,712,876

22,406,128

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TABLE) N O . 57.——Aggregate resources and liabilities of national banks from
1914, to June, 1926—Continued

January,

19*4
[la thousands of dollars]
Mar. 31
(8,115
banks)
KESOUKCES

Loans and discounts (includingrediscounts)i
Overdrafts
Customers' liability account of acceptances.
United States Government securities ownedOther bonds, stocks, securities, ete
Banking house, furniture and fixtures..
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve banks..
Items with Federal reserve banks ia process of collection.
GashinTault
Amount due from national banks
Amount due from other banks, bankers, and trust
companies..
Exchanges for clearing house
Cnecfcs on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items
_
Kederoptionfund and due from U. S. Treasurer
Other assets

June 30
(8,085
banks)

Oct. 10
(8,074
banks)

!
11,962,287 11,878,728 12,210,148
14 815
10, 075
12,242
135,836
202,572
143.666
2,494,313 2,481, 778 2,579,180
2,511, 637 2,660.550 2,897,040
432,728
525,335
541,852
100,098
104,630
107, 489
1,160, 766 1,198,670 1,303,981

12, 319 88S
9,802
244,728

2,586,697
3,075,999
651,871
108,986
1,394,386

379,307
342,989
938,804

397,340
346,219
1,098,783

1,412,807

283,386
842,719
67,083
56,420
37,167
157,210

345,029
925,568
75,925
69,687
37,129
167,280

439,356
575.360
58,871
52,898
36,720
166,820

223,466

22,062,888

22,565,919

23,323,061

24,381,281

Capital stock paid in
1,335,572 1,334,011 1,332,527
Svuptosfund...
1,073.363 1,080,578 1,074.268
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
507,905
501,656
566,792
Reserved for taxes, interest, eta., accrued
National bank notes outstanding.
723,530
729,686
726,483
Due to Federal reserve banks
38,445
25,32*
37,842
1,035, 000 1,338,309
886,435
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to other banks, bankers, and trust companies
1, 653,347 1,759, 556 1,938,857
226,714
187,704
147,404
Certified checks outstanding
Cashiers'checks outstanding
217,231
323,621
261,785
Demand deposits. _
—
9,282,127
9, 593, 250 9,798,680
Time deposits (including postal savings)
6, 108, 970 5,259,933
5,468,677
United States deposits
_
183,000
188,398
123,318
Total deposits
17,598, em 18, U7, *9? 19,108,798
Uoited States Government sscruities borrowed
28,729
35,684
32,542
Bonds and secutities (other than United States) borrowed
•
3,581
2,565
2,532
Bills payable (including all obligations representing
borrowed money other than rediscounts)
123,611
143,847
Notes and bills re discounted (including acceptances of
other banks and foreign bills of exchange or drafts
sold with indorsement)
_
._
196,778
271,645
170.419
Letters of credit and travelers' checks outstanding
6.22S
9,456
6,136
Acceptances executed for customers andtofurnish dollar
exchange less those purchased or discounted
193,248
140.374
131,411
A«eeptaneesexeouted by other banks
25,455
17,381
18,435
38,171
Liabilities other than those stated above
47,200
35,662

1,334,836
1,038,880

Total.

427,894
360, 101

Dec. 31
(8,049
banks)

486,933
409,566
1,349,859
481,013
996,615
70,635
3«,3lO

UABIUTIE3

Total.
1

Includes customers' liability under letters of oredit.




22,062,888

22,565,919

23,323,061

442,484

09,784
714,844
33,183
1,239,923
2,029,671
184,363

415, sm

10,363,250
5,581,287
153,2*?

m,m,m
23,830
3,405
202,304
196,396
6,134
26,564
«0,298
24,381,281

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281

TABLE N O . 57.—Aggregate resources and liabilities of natimial banlts from January, 1914, to June, 1926—Continued
1925
[In thousands of dollars]
Apr. C
(8,016
banks)

June 30
(8,072
banks)

Sept. 28
(8,085
banks)

Deo. 31
(8,054
banks)

KESOUECE8

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)'
Overdrafts
Customers' liability account of acceptances
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc.Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
_
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve banks
Items with Federal reserve banksin process of collection.
Cash in vault
_
_
_
Amount dua from national banks
Amount due from other banks, bankers, and trust companies
_
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from U. S. Treasurer
Other assets

12,468,836 12,674,067 13,134,461
9,352
11,410
14,900
176,588
240,962
201,083
2,014,185 2,536,767 2,512,025
3,139,255 3,193,677 3,242, 620
585,267
564,103
593,176
111,191
112,481
114, 677
1,273,274 1,326,864 1,324,326
466,787
411,539
456,666
359,605
361,671
362,341
1,192,049 1,096,768 1,120,925

13,635,278
10,554
277,513
2,522,810
3,252,018
606,474
113,741
1,376,992
672,090
390,116
1,192,948

733,816
58,326
54,094
32,876
219,346

425,618
1,127,241
109,679
71,328
33,008
236,114

23,832,463 24,350,863

Total.

80*727
68, 617
33,038

24,569,527

25,852,412

395,655
665, 288
67,708
54,541
33,120
226,386

403,366

LIABILITIES

1,379,101
1,361,444 1,369,435 1,375,009
Capital stock paid in
1,106, 544 1,118,928 1,125,495
1,166,601
Surplus fund
543,564
490,457
481,711
476,207
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
69,792
60,224
00,078
59,170
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
649,447
648,494
649,221
648,461
National bank notes outstanding.
29,323
30,740
31,820
33,321
Due to Federal reserve banks
_
1,076,397
Amount due to national banks...
1,147,628 1,028,168 1,068,420
Amount due to other banks, bankers, and trust com1,897,555
panies.
_
1,839,935 1,827,492 1,766,708
224,089
251,505
261,813
197,508
Certified checks outstanding
336,167
214,594
414,869
204,447
Cashiers'cheeks outstanding™.
Demand deposits
;
9,923,243 10,430,254 10,427,544 11,151,126
6,047,378
5,785,211 5,824,668 6,994,374
Time deposits (including postal savings)
108,101
255,652
178,897
103,222
United States deposits
19,S8l,9i7 19,909,689 19,9S0,06i
Total deposits
21,684
24,479 n,om,m>
21,747
United States Government securities borrowed
Bonds and securitees (other than United States)
32,718
3,530
8,976
3,821
borrowed
.
Agreements to repurchase United States Government
3,625
3,413
4,067
ac other securitees sold
Bills payable (including all obligations representing
1,984
219,198
248,107
316,627
borrowned money other than rediscounts)
Notes and bills rediscounted (including acceptances of
384,377
other banks and foreign bills of exchange at drafts
233,874
264,509
245,537
226,597
sold with indorsement)
7,o2S
12.12T
9,065
6,537
Letters of credit and travelers' checks outstanding
Acceptances executed for customers and to furnish
257,929
164,569
191,873
232,761
dollar exchange less those purchased or discounted...
39,595
28,773
28,542
29,502
AoceptftHees wwarted by other baaks
49,954
49,471
52,228
41,237
Liabilities other than those stated above
_
Total.

' Includes customers' liability uader letters of credit.




25,832,463 24,350,863 24,56», S27

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TABLE N O . 57.—Aggregate resources and liabilities of national banks from January, 1914, to June, 1926—Continued
1936
[In thousands of dollars]
Apr. 12,
(8,000
banks)

June 30,
(7,978
banks)

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)'
Overdrafts
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Customers' liability account of acceptances
Banking bouse, furniture and fixtures Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve banks
Items with Federal reserve banks in process of collection
Cash in vault
Amount due from national banks
Amount due from other banks, bankers, and trust companies.
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
United States Government securities borrowed
Bonds and securities, other than United States, borrowed
Other assets

216, 555

13,417,674
9,719
2,469,268
3,372,985
232,460
632,842
115,869
1,381,171
501,409
359,951
1,080,617
400,822
899,901
97,179
69,316
33,023
24,442
3,173
213,803

24,893,665

25,315,624

1,410,434
Capital stock paid in..'.
1,188,704
Surplus fund
500,519
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
63,327,
649, 452
National bank notes outstanding
-.
35, 785
Due to Federal reserve banks
987, 311
Amount due to national banks
1,779, 579
Amount due toother banks, bankers, and trust companies
258,034
Certifieed checks outstanding
223, 885
Cashiers'checks outstanding
10, 456,694
Demand deposits
:
6,199, 806
Time deposits (including postal savings)
234, 704
United States deposits
Total deposits
_
. . . . 20,176,798
25,611
United States Government securities borrowed
4,053
Bonds and securities (other than United States) borrowed
•
2,497
Agreements to repurchase United States Government or other securities s o l d —
Bills payable (including all obligations representing borrowed money other than
265,590
rediscounts)
Notes and bills rediscounted (including acceptances of other banks and foreign
258,713
bills of exchange or drafts sold with indorsement)
.
Letters of credit and travelers' checks outstanding
7,760
Acceptances executed for customers and to furnish dollar exchange less those
246,199
purchased or discounted
,39,493
Acceptances executed by other banks
Liabilities other than those stated above
55,515

1,412,872
1,198,899
477,687
64,618
651,156
33,794
979,814
1,885,848
217,123

Total-

13,301,306
10,953
2,540,823
3,269,027
265,066
621,825
113,987
1,288,664
487,345
367,573
1,062,811
388,932

774,989
83,096
68,809
32,905

TJABUJTIES

Total.
1

Includes customers' liability under letters of credit.




24,893,665

10,778,603
6,313,809
144,604
SO, 60,164
24,442
3,173
3,489

263,807
268,801
12,880
221,131
29,801
60,805
25,316,624

TABLE No. 58
ABSTRACT OF CONDITION OF NATIONAL BANKS
ON DECEMBER 31, 1925, APRIL 12
AND JUNE 30, 1926
(Arranged Alphabetically by States, Territories, and Reserve Cities)
(In Thousands of Dollars)

NOTE.—The Abstract of each State is exclusive of any reserve city therein




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285

Abstract of reports since September 88, 1925, arranged by States and reserve cities
ALABAMA

[lu thousands of dollars]
Deo. 31,
1925

101 banks

99 banks

74, 610
193
13,823
16,373

78,543
90
13,454
15,085

3,854
956
6,747
562
18,346
4,473
385
410
558

3,940
1,068
5,639
391
13,852
2,650
348
316
203
383
63

78,194
58
11,355
15,432
20
4,031
1,060
6,441
752
11,640
2,580
208
258
232
348
2
67

140,767

Total..

Juno 30,
1926

101 banks

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
_
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc. .owned
Customer's liability account of "acceptances"Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
_
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies..
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
United States Government securities borrowed
Other assets

Apr. 12,
1926

136,325

131,660

11,370
7,120
2,602
97
7,581
355
2,543
4,040
88
622
66, 395
34,424
1,844
84

11, 570
7,160
3,341
242
7,233
182
1, 675
2,352
88
430
58,317
38,285
1,612
147

11,220
7,298
2,990
227
6,920
314
1,112
1,897
86
272
53,392
39,049
1,010
%

387
1,162

733
2,876

1,150
4,634
4
20
72

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
_..
AH other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Iteserved for taies, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
Dae to Federal reserve banks.
Amount due to national banks-.
-_Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstandingDemand deposits
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits._
United States Government securities borrowed
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts)
Notes and bills rediseounted
Letters of eredit and travelers' cheeks soid for cash aad outstanding..
Acceptances executed for customers, etc
Liabilities other than those above stated
Total..




53
140,767

82J
136,325

131. 660

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Abstract of reports since September 28, 192B, arranged by States and reserve cities—

Continued
ALABAMA—Continued
B1EMINGHAM
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
1926

2 banks

2 banks

3 banks

BF.SOUBCES

Total..

30,853
8
3,276
3,886
538
228
2,986
2,816
4,412
1,644
455

29,578
9
3,240
3,098
539
371
2,592
1,797
5,307
1,445
676

419
82

282
82
56

3,297
3,518
366
620
2,371
1,830
4,026
1,369
463
1
425
92
94

51,503

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned.
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks....
_.
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies.
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place..
Outside checks and other cash items.
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
Other assets

49,072

47,456

1,750
3,050
708
165
1,650
2,537
3,869
72
201
23,109
14,136
48
208

1,750
3,050
835
251
1,617
2,071
2,904
163
132
21,377
14,560
159
203

1,950
3,100
977
158
1,804
1,680
2,113
52
19,876
15,408
151
219

51, 503

49,072

47,456

28,979

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Beserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued^
National-bank notes outstanding
,.
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companiesCertified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits) _
United States deposits
_
Liabilities other than those above stated
Total.




68

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287

Abstract of reports tince September 28, 1925, arranged by States and reserve cities^-

Continued
ALASKA
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
1926

4 banks

4 banks

4 banks

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies..
Checks on other banks in the samo place
Outside checks and other cash items
Eedemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
Other assets
_

1,376
2

728
41
11
9

870
23

3,571

Total..

1,228
2
1,031
408
75
18
743
35
8
7
3
13

3,672

3,971

200
122
32

200
126

200
128

1,014
392
76
18

1,513
1
887
432
77

18

10
34
3
3

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
__
Surplus fund.All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid..
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits.
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
_
United States deposits
.-..
United States Government securities borrowed.-_
Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and outstanding.
Total




60

10
2
26
1,682
1,193
322
12
3,571

50
1
61
1
6
2
13
1,825
1,096
291

1
£5
6
16
1
26
1,964
1,194
342

3,672

3,971

88

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Continued
ARIZONA
[la thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,

17 banks

16 banks

15 banks

RESOURCES

Leans end discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
._
-United States Government securities owned
_
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Customers'liability account of "acceptances"
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned..
_
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank..
Items with Federal reserve bank iu process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies.Exchanges Jot clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place._
___
Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
Other assets
Total

13,911
56
3,340
1,985
113
1,044

14,034
28
3,212
2,100
148

484

14,080
24
3,005
2,309
33
1,028
1,071
1,119
13
2,084
023
178
27
92
23
436

28,624

28,800

27,180

1,450
623
188
14
664
29
422

1,350
523
228
47
514
9
280
529

1,325
525
212
26
490
88
135
400
20
697
14,908
6,911
99

1,263

1,451
33
3,196
1,244
296
108
156
29
400

1,037

1,033
1,271
21
3,463
L34S
321
99
174
29

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
All other undivided profits, less expanses and taxes paid
Keserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
_
Dun to Federal reserve banks
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
Cashiers' checks outstanding
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits
United States Government securities borrowed
Bonds and securities, other than United States, borrowed-..
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts)
_
Notes and bills rediscounted
Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and outstanding
Acceptances executed for customers, etc
Liabilities other than those above stated
Total




_

365
16,033
7,192
110
250

3S
»
326*
16,488
7,030
122
11

113
263

167
351

545
462
7
33
258

28,624

28,800

27,150

489
314

I

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289

Abstract erf reports since September 2S, 1925, arranged by States and reserve cities—

Continued
ARKANSAS
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
1926

84 banks

83 banks

82 banks

BESOUKCES
Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
_.
TBiated States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Banking house, furniture aoct fixtures
Qt&er real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
_
Items with Federal reserve bank in process oJ collection.
Cash in vault and amount due from national bants
_
Amount due from State banto, bankers, and trust eompanies..
Bxehanges {or clearing house
CS*cks on other banks in the same place
Ooteide checks and other cash items.Bedemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
United States Government securities borrowed
Other assets

58,812
113
10,502
4,777
2,906
895
4,766
97
13,682
7,896
193
287
23ft

57,178
94
11,087
5,183
1,986
1,071
4 i 25»
127
11,640
5,352
158
359
180
178

66,035
54
19,751
5,751
2,043
995
4,168

117
10,530
4,648

119
229
150
175
" 57
273

24S

247

102,688

Total.

99,09ft

7,238

7,350
2,99*

1,874

2,147

140
a, 67i
a, 788

3,831

8,872
34

28

884
46, 398
25)648
342

5»I
45,413
26,576
696
61

39
668'
4?, 880
26,979
419

221
762
1
49

316
895
3
79

879
1,398
3
63

102, 683

99,099

96,083

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
,
_
AH other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Beserved for tsass, interest, etc., accrued-....
„
National-bank setes outstanding-.
Amocnt due t o national banfe
Amount duo to State hanks, bankers, and trust-eompanies
Cortified cheefes outstanding.
-..
Cashier's cheeks outstanding j .
Demand deposits.
^
f t o e deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United State* deposits
United States Government securities borrowed—
—
BSIfe payablB (including all obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts)
Notes and bills rediscounted
Lettws of credit aud travelers' checks sold for east* and outstanding.
Liabilities otter than those above stated
..

Total..




3, 118

158

2,29»
5,999

7,009
3,012
2,019

155
3,4*1
%
4,848

67

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Abstract of reports since September 28, 1925, arranged by States and reserve citiesContinued
AEKANSAS-Continued
L I T T L E BOCK
[ID thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1926

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
1926

3 banks

2 banks

2 banks

RESOURCES

Total.

6,352
22
332
139
578
62
506
455
348
411
128
93
10

6,277
25
344
106

9,443

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies..
Exchanges for clearing house
Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
Other assets

8,768

9,098

700
270
90
197
626
1,858
6

600
260
64
196
544
1,554

600
260
85
200
267

475
333
281
122
139
33
10
10

6,410
28

315
120

S41
81
490
368
298

132
24S

61
10
9

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
_
AH other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
National-bank notes outstanding
Amount due to National banks
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding.
Cashier's checks outstanding
Dema d deposits
_
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts)
Notes and bills rediscounted
Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and outstanding.
Total




2,979
1,770
66

101
2,701
1,742
92

475
357

680
334

9,443

8,768

60

1,318

I
50
3,111
1,670
73

814
624

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Abstract of reports since September 28, 1925, arranged by States and reserve cities-—

Continued
CALIFORNIA
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
1926

248 banks

243 bants

246 banks

187,487
329
32,815
59,930
25
11,894
2,675
16,061
1,755
29,943
9,676
2,261
892
1,855

184,749
258
31,374
59,620
32
12,026
2,864
15,307
1,204

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Customer's liability account of "acceptances"
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
_
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companK
Exchanges for clearing house
Cheeks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer...
United States Government securities borrowed
Other bonds and securities borrowed
Other assets

7,446
2,398
812
1,034
656

186,475
249
31,247
59,240
18
11,979
2,727
15,465
932
28,246
7,447

2,326
Jl5
1,730

816

761

359,083

Total..

653
78
184
1,621

347,144

351,332

25,373
10,732
5,877
417
13,182
447
4,639
8,165
270
7,598
172,490
105,377

25,505
10,901
6,004

57
149

25,064
10,625
6,737
568
12,979
499
3,670
7,219
368
4,812
163,583
102,783
463
59
109

2,169
1,108
12
3
23
216

4,044
3,129
16
9
24
374

3,944
4,202
30

359,083

347,144

351,332

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
_
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
Due to Federal reserve banks
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits
United States Government securities borrowed
Bonds and securities, other than United States, borrowed
Agreements to repurchase United States Government or other securities sold-i
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts)
Notes and bills rediscounted—
j
Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and outstanding..
Acceptances executed for customers, etc
Aeceptanees executed-by other banks for account of this bank
Liabilities other than those above stated.
;
Total..




780

4S3
12,819
280

4,379
7,612

231

4,603
163,678
105; 727
377
78

184

10

18
304

292

KEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OP THE CURRENCY

.abstract of reports since September 28, 19S5, arranged by States and reserve cilies-

Contirrued
CALIFORNIA—Continued
LOS ANCJELES
[In thousands o( dollars]
Doc. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
1926

12 banks

12 banks

12 banks

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts.
-United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned.
Customer's liability account of "acceptances"
Btmking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies..
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items
_.
Kedemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
United States Government securities borrowed
_
Other bonds and securities borrowed
Other assets

188,149
281
34,277
17,848
1,841

1,708

20,618
1,753
3,056
598
16,126
18, 2S»
22,442
16,231
11,395
878
3,686
311
2,220
230
1,554

331,571

Total..

192,029
143
33,354
18,198
2,834
2,842
450
18,312
10,945
20,830
10,183
15,393
730
2,125
311

326,998

328,798

16,650
7,401
4,972

1(5,650
7,401
5,720
835
6,035
14,673
31,444

16,650
7,852
4,907
553
8,086
14,578
33,733
441
5,523
127,90S
101,085
1,173
2,220
230

522
16,594
11,445
18,920
14,789
13,184
946
3,194
311

190,4*2
272
28,778

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
.
Ail other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
Amount due to national banks.
_
_
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits. _
Time deposits (Including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits
TTnited States Government securities borrowed
Bonds and securities, other than United States, borrowed
BiUs payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed other than redisoounts)
Notes and bills redlscounted..
Letters of credit and travelers* ehecks sold for cash and outstanding.
Acceptances executed for customers, etc
Acceptances executed by other banks for account of this bank
Liabilities other than those above stated
:
Total..




483

6,099
14,711
30,892
4«7
11,280
142,848
81,941
5,191
1,188
305
900
1,233
79
2,980

487

4,613

128,778

103,679
1,670
2,080
305
578
947
153
1,885

2,014

1,015

514
206
1,811
5
3,347

331,671

326,998

328,798

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of reports since September 28, 19S5, arranged by States and reserve citiesContinued
CAUFOBNIA—Ceotiiraed
OAKLAND
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
1926

2 banks

2 banks

2 banks

EESOUKCES

Loans and discounts (Including rediscounts)
Ororilrafts
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
.__
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Cash in vault and amount duefromnational banks
Amojmt duefromState banks, bankers, and trust companies..
Exchanges for clearing house
Cfcec&s on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fond and due from United States Treasurer
Other assets

18,6.4
6
5,016
2,082
248

19,749
6
4,811
1,970
516
84
2,045
1,726
293

33,030

Total..

2,130
2,920
715
915
52
llfi
5S
101

19, 472
15
£,040
1,920
847
85
2,005
2,058
370
587
2
54
55
42
32.0S2

32,023

1,500
1,228
430
46
1,085
279
3,773
54
755
19,283
3,780

1,500
1,228
466
14
1,090
3»
1,860
82

1,700
1,530
585
32
1,073
409
3,184
115
519
17,269
4,265

om
18
23
5S

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Siuirius fund
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
B^served lor taxes, interest, etc., accraed...
I&tienal-bank notes outstanding
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's chocks outstanding
Demand deposits...'.
_
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
Balls payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed other tnanxedisoounts)..
Notes and bills rediscounted
Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and outstauding.
LiabUities other than those above stated..
Total.




386
18,178
4,248

815
2

425
I, MS
6
1ST

••is

33,030

S i 052

32.633

125

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Abstract of reports since September 28, 1925, arranged by States and reserve cities—

Continued
CALIFOBNIA—Continued
SAN FRANCISCO
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
1926

5 banks

4 banks

4 banks

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
_
_
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Customer's liability account of "acceptances"
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
.Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies.
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks i n the same place
_
Outside checks and other cash items
I
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
United States Government securities borrowed
Other assets
Total.
Capital stock paid in
_
Surplus fund
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
y
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
_
National-bank notes outstanding
Amount due to national banks
Amount due t o State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding
_
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
_
United States deposits
United States Government securities borrowed
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts)
_
Notes and bills rediscounted
Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and outstanding.
Acceptances executed for customers, etc..
Acceptances executed by other banks for account of this bank
Liabilities other than those above stated
Total.




191,924
649
39,966
18,708
9,298
8,449
841
39,478
3,594
19,765
16,067
11, 726
624
4,305
482

181,537
680

35,302
17,433
9,433
8,517
817

15,616
4,568
16,023
11,607
8,667
237
3,221
493

179,668
435
35,562
18,369
11,693
8,537
867
18,683
4,605
17,356
13,421
7,817
182

6,440

493
2,500
7,640

352,579

320,481

331, 725

19,500
16,700
7,018
287
9,585
23,404
37,501
902
6,752
156,020
43,602
2,415

20,500
12,200
4,525
254
9,725
19,533
35,141
1,106
3,992
147, 359
42,022
1,094

20,590
12,200

11,850
6,706
126
9,863
109
1,239

8,550
2,456
161
10,034
133
1,696

4,400
4,792
183
11,773
601
1,196

352,679

320,481

331,725

4,680

326
9,734
30,203
35,128
1,142
5,822

144,378
•41,285
882
2,800

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OP THE CURRENCY

295

Abstract of reports since September 28, 1925, arranged by States and reserve cities—•

Continued
COLORADO
[In thousands of dollars]
Dee. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
1926

123 banks 120 banks 119 banks

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
_
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned..
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
_
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companii
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place
Outside cheeks and other cash items.
_
_
_
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer. _.
United States Government securities borrowed
,
Other assets

Capital stock paid i n . . .
Surplus fund
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserve for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
_
National-bank notes outstanding
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits
United States Government securities borrowed
Agreements to repurchase United States Government or other securities sold.
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts)...
Notes and bills rediscounted
Letters of credit and travelers' cheeks sold for cash and outstanding.
Liabilities other than those above stated

28

91

58
42

99,906

96,044

6,615
3,929
693
129
3,691

6,505
3,697
708
138
3,413
1,163
1,252
40
848
49,822
30,198
65
71

6,480
3.67S
645
114
3,419
90S
1,120
59

1,223
1,742

35
1,253
49, 879
29,611
36
122

-20




50,361
52
10,531
13,589
2,673
1,598
4,508
11,389
539
113
214
208
172

1,023

45,717
30,555
54
£8
110

60

1,005
1,176
4
2

616
1,297
3
10

101, 207

Total..

18005°—27-

50,760
48
10, 931
13,012
2,662
1,670
4,680
44
14,415
766
156
271
228
172

101,207

Total..

50,789
65
11,023
13,407
2,826
1,646
5,041
9
14,712
770
147
296
262
186

99,906

849

V

2

96,044

296

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Abstract of reports since September 28, 19H5, arranged by States and reseive cities—
Continued
COLORADO—Continued
DENVER
[In thousands of dollarsi
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12, I June 30,
1926
I
1926

6 banks

6 banks

6 banks

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts._
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
_
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companie:
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items
Bedemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
Other assets..
„
Total.
Capital stocK paid in
Surplus fund
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
Amount due t o national banks
Amount due t o State banks, bankers, and trust companies..
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding
_._
Demand deposits.
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed
other than rediscounts)
Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and outstanding .
Liabilities other than those above stated
Total.




68,965
44
21, 446
22,456
1,675
212
9,644
4,653
20,529
7,517
3,076
556
1,031
32
250
162,086
4,800
4,287
2,226
460
630
14, 562
9,179
245
1,629
74,923
48,022

1,073

76
25,315
20,323
1,682
235
9,133
4,544
14,783
5,218
2,499
623
842
33
320
153, 712 I
4,800
4,287
2, ISO
167
645
9,913
7,042
258
1,291
73,732
48,441
748

64,927
37
25,631
21,592
315
3,520
14,796
4,843
3,276

788
901
33
246

151, 06-1
4.800
4,287
2,340

497
660
9,969
6,539
309
1,97»
71,818
47,190
652

175
7
26
162,086

153,712

151,064

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297

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Continued
CO1.OBADO— Continued

PUEBLO
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,

2 banks

2 banks

2 banks

1926

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
_
_
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Banking house, furniture and fixtures, _
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank..
-Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies..
Exchanges for clearing house
Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer

6,671
16
1,604
3,650
324
960
4,268
510
137
3
20

323
912
4,353
419
74
3
20

18,163

17,906

15,950

600
1,150
119
114
400
1,908
1,680
. 6
133

Total

6,451
17
1,646

600
1,180
158
116
394
2,105
1,602
41
43

600
1,150
96
111
386
1,368
1,16>
9

8,036

7,716

6,300
25
1,660
3,76S
320
836
2,548
340
131
4

as

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Eeserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
_
Amount due to national banks
__
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits
...
Tuna deposits; (including postal-savings deposits)
United States deposits
Liabilities other than thosa above staled...
Total




_
--

3,976
29
12
18,163

3,946
22
17,906

78
6,744

4,211
21
9
15,980

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Abstract of reports since September 38, 1925, arranged by States and reserve cities—

Continued
CONNECTICUT
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
1926

63 banks

63banks

63 banks

EES0URCE3

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc. owned
Customer's liability account of "acceptances"
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
<
.
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies..
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
United States Government securities borrowed
Other assets

160,874
58
29,510
40,614
9
9,681
2,437
11,683
9,314
30,569
2,249
2,050
722
1,773
495

164,760
106
29,117
42,219
3
9,834
2,450
12,290
6,705
22,251
1,424
1,455
685
367

165,573
65
28,651
44,230
12

586

292,774

Total.

736

2,403
11,825
6,839
19,810
1,461
2,020
672
983
498
100
553

294, 739

295,580

20,202
17,823
9,050
1,013
9,771
2,003
580
6,861
484
840
143,319
75,220
1,156

20,252
18,622
9,356
902
9,713
2,074
915
415
523
140,194
80,516
1,099

20,252
18,652
9,202
1,052
9,786
2,055
698
6,644
1,037
826
137,860
80,807
785
100

257
16

2,397
355
29

292,774

3
435
294,739

487

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
Due to Federal reserve banks
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies.
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal-savings deposits)
United States deposits
United States Government securities borrowed.
Bills payable (indudii
other than rediscounts)
Notes and bills rediscounted
Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and outstandingAcceptances executed for customers, etc
Acceptances executed by other banks for account of this bank.
Liabilities other than those above stated
Total-




3,023
2,370

12
606
295,880

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Abstract of reports since September 28, 1935, arranged by States and reserve cities—

Continued
DELAWARE
[In thousands of dollars]
Deo. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
1926

18 banks

19 banks

19 banks

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies..
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
Other assets

11,827
8
2,344
7,356

24,606

Total..

11,384
14
2,332
7,077
754
107
1,105
138
1,253
176
167
15
24
58
2

24,747

24,863

1,735
2,253
876
23
1,129
52
2
355
19
18
7,389
71

1,758
2,253
1,006
23
1,130
62
8
259
17
10
9,646
7,641
67

1,759
2,280
952
27
1,129
66
,7
341
13
26
9,662
7,794
72

287
226

555
303

405
318
1
11

24,606

24, 747

24,863

952
128
1,064
99
126

13
21
58
3

11,653
2,344
7,243
772
125
1,026
138

1,186
153
89
22
28
98

19

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes, interest^ etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
Due to Federal reserve banks
Amount due to national banks.
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding
_
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed
other than rediscounts)
Notes and bills rediscounted
Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and outstanding..
Liabilities other than those above stated
Total..




10,162

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Abstract of reports since September 28, 1925, arranged by States and reserve cities—•

Continued
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
WASHINGTON
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

J u n e 30,
1926

13 banks

13 banks

13 banks

BES0CECE9

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)..
Overdrafts
TJnited States Government securities owned..
Other J>onds, stocks, securities, etc., owned...
Customer's liability account of " acceptances "
Banking noose, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned..
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank__
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due fltai State banks, bankers, and trust companies.
Exchanges for elearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place-.
Outside checks and other cash items..
Redemption fund and due from TJnited States Treasurer
United States Government securities borrowed
Other assets

83,377
33

19,396
13,300
2*1

85,227
14
21,023
11,960
285
9,498
997
8,797
' 3,180
8,972

85,276

319

155,208

Total..

373

12,661
255
9,631
982
9,478
2,206
12,153
2,098
3,914
938
353
239
206
550

156,467

160,540

9,427
6,013
2,855
403
4,438
1,62%
4,030
5,958
220539
75,293
34,590
2,901-

10,277
6,563
2,813
460
4,368
1,133
3,429
6,941
234

10,277
6,788
2,888

503

543

915

4,934
598
229
291
62

967
5B2
244
139
147
56

2,485
561
278
157
98
49

155,208

156,467

160,540

8,640

1,656
8,570
2,697
10,196
1,750
3,469
1,066
242
264

2,417
2,808
488

252
230

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
T
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
Due to Federal reserve banks
Amount due to national banks.
Amount due to State banks, bankers, »nd trust companies. _
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits.
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits
United States Government securities borrowed
Bonds and securities, other than United States, borrowed
Agreements to repurchase United States Government or otherseitiM
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts)
Notes and bills rediscounted.
Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and outstanding..
Acceptances executed for customers, etc
Acceptances executed by other banks for account of this bank..
Liabilities other than those above stated
Total..




284
17

286

76,313
37,234
3,562
206

338

4,107,
1,40*
3,126
6,738
382

1,041
79,878
as, /iflfi
3,208
•2m

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301

Abstract of reports since September 28, 1925, arranged by States and reserve cities—

Continued
FLO&IDA
[la thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

Juno 30,
1928

56 banks

59 banks

60 banks

EESOVRCE3

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
United States Government securities owned
_
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Customer's liability account of" acceptances"
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies..
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place
Outside cheeks and other cash items
Redemption fund and duefromUnited States Treasurer
United States Q overnment securities borrowed
Other bonds and securities borrowed
Other assets

137,707
38
21,131
35,750
6
4,094
380
13,777
732
42,469
9,334
2,325
1,018
516
201

128,660
110
20,296
34,761
19
4,536
493
11,701
657
33,810
7,882
1,887
868
331
201

116

958

269, 594

Total.

114,178
48
17,539
31,205
119
5,104
530
10,978
456
36,783
5,320
1,282
333
378
201
161
692
1,174

247,168

226,481

8,634
8,971
1,962
252
3,967
198
7,670
19,913
899
3,442
155,133
58,415
1,009
239
788

10,720

11,200
7,526
2,957
241
3,978
603
5,609
11,449
767
2,100
113,819
61,833
3SW
161

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
_
Alt other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
_._
National-bank notes outstanding
_
Bos to Federal reserve banks
Amount due to national banks-Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding
_.
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits
United States Government securities borrowed
Bonds and securities, other than United States, borrowed
Agreements torepurchase United States Government or other securities sold
Bills payable (Including all obligations representingmoney borrowed
other than rediscounts)
Notes and bills redlseounted
Acceptances exeeuted for customers, etc
Acceptances executed by other banks (or account of this bank _.
Liabilities other than those above stated
Total.




2, fl
46S
3,954
215
5,161
14,133
859
2,554
134,785
61,634
837
91
762
72

1,036
269, 594

83

431
513
74

211
1,200
50
«t
1,439

re
294
247,168

226,481

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Abstract of reports since September 28, 1925, arranged by States and reserve cities—

Continued
FLORIDA—Continued
JACKSONVILLE
[In thousands of dollars]
Deo. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

.Tune 30,
1926

3 banks

3 banks

3 banks

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
United States Government securities owned.
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Customer's liability account of "acceptances"..
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies..
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer.
United States Government securities borrowed
Other assets

62,559
3
8,468
18,453
188
1,618
250
7,493
4,303
14,152
13,700
2,437
14
752
73

61,723
6
9,459
16,828
90
1,665
250
6,991
4,640
10,464
10,670
1,557
19
1,743
73

62,331
8,376
16,451
1,673
252
6,754
3,152
17,076
7,689
1,044

115

81

134,578

TotaL.

8
1,002
73
100
110

126,199

116,101

3,250
1,750

4,000
2,250

814
219

884
245

4,000
2,250
1,033

1,446
11,576
26,927

1,446
9,519
23,657

UABIUTIE3

Capital stock paid i n .
Surplus fund
-.
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Eeserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued,
National-bank notes outstanding..
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding....
Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits
United States Government securities borrowed
Notes and bills rediscounted
Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and outstanding.
Acceptances executed for customers, etc
Liabilities other than those above stated

Total.,




198
2,407
47,911
36,914

790
100
5
6
188
77
134,578

190
936
50,213
31,028
1,534

100
10
6
90
92
126,199

279

1,443
9,440
16,964
68
891
43,955
34,635
945
100
5
10
7
76
116,101

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GEORGIA
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
1926

82 banks

79 banks

79 banks

BESOOTCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)

Overdrafts
_
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Customer's liability account of "acceptances"
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned.
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
C ash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companie:
Exchanges for clearing house
_
Checks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
United States Government securities borrowed
Other assets..
„

61,148
267
8,229
3,196
167
3,302
1,903
4,288
286
8,904
4,188
521
545
229
289

61,663
204
8,251
2,971
97
3,315
1,848
3,468
679
7,201
2,970
379
194
166
286

62,777
140
7,801
3,211

480

279

97,942

Total..

3,275
1,807
3,663
439
6,801
2,839
283
155
218
287
157
277

93,971

94,204

9,425
6,277
1,729

9,100
6,274
2,064
63
5,617
9
1,286
4,141
52
303

9,050
6,192
1,879
10S
5,649
13
1,001
3,479
59

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
_
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
_
Due to Federal reserve banks..
_
_
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's ehecks outstanding
Demand deposits
_
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits
United States Government securities borrowed
._
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts)
Notes and bills rediscounted
Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and outstanding.
Acceptances executed for customers, etc
Liabilities other than those above stated
Total.,




89

8,422
9
1,403
6,061
45
386
38,785
26,252
502
169

33,169

28,250
464
167

248
83,292

27,861
304
157

615
1,578

443
2,442

167
28

' 97
30

3,746
15
71
97

97,942

93,971

94,204

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Abstract of reports since September 88, 1925, arranged by States and reserve cities—'

Continued
GEORGIA—Continued
ATLANTA
[In thousands of dollars]
Dee. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
1926

3 banks

3 banks

3 banks

BESOUECES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc. owned
Customer's liability account of"acceptances"
Banting house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companie:
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place
_
Outside cheeks and other cash items
Bedemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
United States Government securities borrowed
Other bonds and securities borrowed
Other assets
-

65,686
10
11,181
4,029
1,097
2,924
396
5,108
8,568
8,670
7,865
3,070
55
767
125
80

39

119,631

Total.

60,753
8
11,113
5,993
70
2,892
476
3,860
6,852
4,089
7,367
1,902
722
619
125
94
80
25

117,417

106,040

5,950
4,550
1,914
281
2,456
11,698
11,433
60
1,409
48,181
23,418
2,995
379
80

5,950
4,550
2,338
400
2,500
9,080
8,851

5,950
4,550
2,178
397
2,491
7,965
6,474
78

50,440
23,898
4,847

46,408
25,102
3,013
94
80

65,168
4
12,361
5,440
432
2,913
477
6,309
7,087
5,559
8,073
2,279
528
625
125

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund..
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
Amount due to national banks
_
..
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies;
Certified checks outstanding.
Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits
United States Government securities borrowed
Bonds and securities, other than United States, borrowed
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed other tnan rediscounts)
_
Notes and bills rediscounted
Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and outstanding.
Acceptances executed for customers, etc
Liabilities other than those above stated
.... .
Total.




84
372

79
80

349

2,478
1,221
21
1,097
10

2,229
1,259
2
432
26

799
43
2
70

119,631

117,417

106,010

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305

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Continued
HAWAII
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

Juno 30,
1926

2 banks

2 bants

2 banks

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
.-_
_.United States Government securities owned
_
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
_
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks* bankers, and trust coznpanies-Checks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
Other assets..

3,073
6
2,140
1,488
513
1,854
700
57

3,322
1
2,134
1,549

9,391

Total.

2,797
2
1,729
1,480
464
2,023
391
473
2
23
7

9,879

9,045

600
600
174
9
450

600
610
175
8
437

600
710

694
28
735

1,098
7
81
3,467
849
2,550

438
206
91?
3D
181
3,971
442
1,43a

9,879

9,045

S3S

1,106
182
180
t
23
22

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
_
AH other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accruedNational-bank notes outstanding
Amount due to national banks. _
_
Amount due to State bants, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
_
Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits
Tiioe deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits
_
Letters of credit and travelers' cheeks sold for cash and outstanding.
Liabilities other than those above stated
Total..




505
1,952
2
9,3»1

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Abstract of reports since September 28, 1925, arranged by States and reserve cities-—

Continued
IDAHO
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

Vpr,
Apr-12,
19!

J u n e 30,
1926

56 banks

56 banks

56 banks

RESOURCES

loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
f.
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Customer's liability account of "acceptances"
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection...
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks.__•'.
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies..
Exchanges for clearing bouse
Checks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash Hems
Eedemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
United States Government securities borrowed
Other assets

30,473
94
7,973
6,296
29
1,836
1,120
2,734
5.56
6,566
1,161

7,831
5,124

31,328
98
7,935
4,395

1,830
1,015
3,130
416
8,287
1,194
184
166
140
109

1,840
1,105
2,684
621
6,751
1,159
236
176
145
106
25

133
165
106
9
30

60,713

Total.

31,119
80

58,604

58,420

3,760
1,667
381
77
2,141
275
979
1,790
107
610
32, 706
15, 641
158
39
46

3,710
1,665
442
101
2,097
286
789
1,881

3,710
1,632
420
73
2,114
127
755
1,359

449
30,452
16,130
146

529

149

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus f u n d .
All other undivided profits, less expenses a n d taxes paid
Keserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
D u e t o Federal reserve banks
A m o u n t dua t o national banks
A mount duo t o State banks, bankers, a n d trust c o m p a n i e s . .
Certified checks outstanding.
Cashier's checks outstanding
D e m a n d deposits
T i m e deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits..
U n i t e d States Government securities borrowed
B o n d s a n d securities, other t h a n United States, borrowed
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed other t h a n rediscounts)
Notes a n d bills rediscounted
Letters of credit a n d travelers' checks sold for cash a n d outstanding.
Acceptances executed for customers, e t c . . . .
Liabilities other than those above s t a t e d . .
Total..




39

243
67

204
173

60,713

68,604

28

16,192
122
9
672
1
29
68,420

307

BEPOBT OF THE COMPTROLLER OP THE CURRENCY

Abstract of reports since September 28, 1925, arranged by States and reserve cities—
Continued
ILLINOIS
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
1926

467 banks

462 banks

459 banks

298,914
496

301,936
558
67,710
96,994

308,127
559
65,959
95,937

19,808
4,691
23,675
4,052
43,172
8,180
1,630
1,403
1,059
1,305

BESOCRCKS

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts..
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Customer's liability account of " acceptances"
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks...
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies..
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place
—
Outside checks and other cash items.
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasury
United States Government securities borrowed
Other bonds and securities borrowed
Other assets
TotalCapital stock paid in
Surplus fund
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal-savings deposits)
United States deposits
United States Government securities borrowed
Bonds and securities, other than United States, borrowed---:
Agreements to repurchase United States Government or other securities sold
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed
other than rediscounts).
Notes and bills rediseounted
Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and outstandingAcceptances, executed for customers, e t c . Liabilities other than those above stated
Total..




92,622
29
19, 281
4,492
23, 877
3,965
42,216
8,048
1,960
1,438
1,300
1,311
503

587

20,207
4,854
25,294
3,943
45,885
8,132
1,463
1,260
1,250
1,314
454
1
575

569,382

576,760

585,214

37,448
24, 626
13,642
1,143
25,921
4; 522
20,719
414
1,519
223, 765
202,808
2,218
537
37

37,318
24, 626
14, 526
1,435
25,854
4,792
18, 513
588
1,666
230,646
204,801
1,545
516
62

37,208
24,684

137

182
6,719
3,847
29
29
257
669,382

963
26,025
4,923
20,032
622
1,729
237,666
208,479
945
454
1

4,584
4,654
31
371
576, 760 I

3,485
3,669
283
685,214

308

EBPOKT OF THE COMPTROLLER OP THE CTJKBENCY

Abstract of reports since September 28, 19S5, arranged by States and reserve cities-—
Continued
ILLINOIS—Continued
CHICAGO (CENTRAL RESERVE CITY BANKS)
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
1926

10 banks

11 banks

11 banks

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
United States Government securities owned
_
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Customer's liability account of "acceptances"
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estatfrowned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
—
Items with Federal reserve bank in process o€ collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount duefromState banks, bankers, and trust companies..
Exchanges for clearing house..
Checks on other banks in the same place
-.
Outside checks and other cash items
Eedemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
Other bonds and securities borrowed
Other assets
•
Total..

617,937
243
50,293
54,121

18,201

15,840

640,050
215
62,023
53,087
11,047
17,465
164
91,256
20,658
57, 216
30,452
39,530
1,542
3,125
221
150
14,656

1,053, 796

19,704

1,042,860

49,960
33,900
18,508

52,642
41,420
11,831
5,198
4,460
108,724
169, 208
4,814
4,624
492,155
65,472
5,709
1,050
150

52,850
41,430
12,574.
5,445
4,485
110, 49&
165,522
3,245.
6,602
517, 595.
71, 807
3,234

5,061
9,670
1,922
12,712
1,908
984

28,708
6,810
3,33ft
11,843
68*
J,05?

899,764

1,042,860

268
55,487
49,851
11,515
16,762
199
83,660
27,362
62,596
60,966
2,623
2,965

17,004
164
83, 670
18, 926
58,067
27,106
38,292

1,925
2,224
222

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
—
Surplus fund
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Beserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
Amount due> to national banks
Amount due ta State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding—
Cashier's checks outstanding"
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal-savings deposits)
United States deposits
_
United States Government securities borrowed
Bonds and securities, other than United States, borrowed
Bills payable including all obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts)
Notes and biUs rediscounted
Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and outstanding
Acceptances executed for customers, etc
_
Acceptances executed by otber banks for account of this bank
liabilities other than those above stated
TotaL.




1,1S1
111,365
168,147
5,619
%12ft
53»;86
66,232
1,375
150
20,357
5293
>
2,435
10,053
3,072
1,317
1,053,70$

150

EEPORT OP T H E COMPTHOLLEH OF T H E CXXRRE3STCY

309

Abstract of reports since September £8, 1925, arranged by States and reserve cities—

Continued
ILLINOIS—C ontinued
CHICAGO (OTHEE KESERVE CITY BANKS)
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
1926

23 banks

23 banks

23 banks

RESOURCES

Total

38, 791
25
11,581
27,879

39,717
22
11,442
28,370

4,902
477
7,119
1,526
660
45
98
113
399

2,731
709
4,836
488
7,325
1,067
996
70
121
113
408

2,737
709
5,094
484
8,278
931
586
57
104
113
470

94,722

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
_._
United States Government securities qwned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned.
Customer's liability account of "acceptances"
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount duefrom State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items
_
B»demption fund and due from United States Treasurer
Other assets

37,683
18
11,839
26,688
20
2,453

97,139

5,225
1,920
1,286
201
2,239
163
845

5,225
1,935
1,363

709

99, C

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
,
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes,interest,etc., accrued..
National bank notes outstanding
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to State banks; bankers, and trust companiesCertified checks outstanding
Cashiers'cheeks outstanding
Efeemand deposits...
_
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits
'
Biils payable 0ncluding all obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts).
Notes and bills rediscounted..
Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and outstanding
AeeeptaHees executed far customers, etc
liabilities other tnan those above stated
Total




288

522
2,230
181
1,563
299
1,235
51,138
50,811
181

6,225
1,985
1,359
237
2,22*
162
1,179
175
845
32; 965
51,48*
1TO

245
40

121

74«

979
31,121
49, 755
274

20
201
94, 722

331

389

97,139

99,082

310

BEPORT OF THE COMPTBOLLEB OP THE CUBHENCY

Abstract of reports since September 28, 1925, arranged by States and reserve cities^—

Continued
ILLINOIS—Continue d
PEOEIA
[In thousands of dollars]
Dee. 31,
1925

June 30,
1926

4 hanks

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Customer's liability account of "acceptances"
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve b a n k .
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection.
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies..
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
Other assets

Apr. 12,
1926
4 banks

4 banks

16,310
19
5,759
5,250
3
1,784
340
1,678
360
2,139
509
577
44

17,088
24
5,761
5,182
2
2,247
8
1,782
458
2,327
549

566
8
20
93

18,150
12
5,267
5,092
2,415
8
1,846
432
2,123
396
601
3

34,865

Total.

36,115

36,370

2,100
2,976
1,094
279
1,822
630
3,667
37
116
11,859
10, 079
138

2,475
3,175
626
263
1,836
760
3,614
20
194
12, 614
10, 260
213

2,475
3,175
66
1,828
939
3,328
96
101
13,522
9,804
130

2
3
4

60
2
2
1

1
—j

34,865

36,118

36,370

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
.,
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
Amount due to national b a n k s . .
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies_ _•
Certified checks outstanding
Cashiers'checks outstanding
Demand deposits..
Time deposits (including Postal Savings deposits)
United States deposits
Agreements to repurchase United States Government or other securities sold
Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and outstanding..
Acceptances executed by other banks for account of this bank
Liabilities other than those above stated.
Total.




844

BEPOHT OF THE COMPTBOLLEE OP THE CTJEBENCY

311

Abstract of reports since September 28, 1925, arranged by Slates and reserve citiesContinued
INDIANA
[In thousands of dollars]
Apr. 12,
1920

June 30,

1925

241 banks

239 banks

236 banks

Dec. 81,

1926

EESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank..
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collectionCash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies.
Exchanges for clearing house.
Checks on other banks in trie same place._
Outside cheeks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
United States Government securities borrowed
Other bonds and securities borrowed
Other assets
_

180, 614
208
38,795
47,418
12,148
2,941
14,087
2,643
27, 523
4,540
2,252
1,124

380

319

182,235
227
36,133
48,596
12,018
2,925
13,836
2, 679
27,007
4,377
1,866
1,300
5S9
992
1,092
6
466

336. 314

322, 475

336, 312

25,513
13,908
6,113
354
19,747
377
3,025
12,865
267
1,164
137, 229
108, 601
1,712
1.279
5

25, 251
13,645
5,446
436
19,768
407
2,696
12,650
600
1,106
123, 365
107,466
1,349
1,245
5

25,115
13, 539
5,329
305
19,668
306
2,820
14,353
335
1,308
132,243
111, 495
816
1,092
6

2,813
2,022
16
304

3,509
3,290
13
329

3,204
3,96fi
12
360

336,314

Total.

176,485
232
36, 324
46,479
11,862
2,848
12, 823
3,046
23, 705
4,004
1,844
957
601

322,47S

336,312

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
_
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid.
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
Due to Federal reserve banks
Amount due to national banks._
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies- Certified checks outstanding
-.Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
_
United States deposits
United States Government securities borrowed
Bonds and securities, other than United States, borrowed
Agreements to repurchase United States Government or other securities sold
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts)
Notes and bills rediscounted
Letters of credit aud travelers' checks sold for cash and outstanding...
Liabilities other than those above stated
Total-

18005°—27




21

51

312

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CUBRENCX"

Abstract of reports since September 28, 1935, arranged by States and reserve cities—

Continued
INDIANA-Continued
INDIANAPOLIS
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

A p r . 12,
1926

June 30,
1926

4 banks

4 banks

4 banks

EE8OURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
--..
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Customer's liability account of "acceptances"
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies..
Exchanges for clearing house
Cheeks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items
.
Redemption fund and due from United Status Treasurer
United States Government securities borrowed
Other assets

?4

49,735
18

9,209
6,S97
1,169
3,493
142
3,718
4,856
9,939
3,211
708
962
487
246

6,7«2
855
3,493
139
4,634
3,636
9,808
3,234
1,451
502
482
239

59,544
12
8,544

242

186

94,643

Total..

334
3,493
140
6,099
i, 637
11,762
4,433
1,315
550
599
230
654
224

91, 463

109, 373

6,650
2,725
2,371
195
4,905
195
4,725
14, 007
121
525
50,682
4,476
946
818
Ml
1,169
123

6,f>60
2,725
2,534
160
4, 734
144
4,317
13,006
100
672
48, 248
5,305
2,226
761
1,620
IS
1,127
116

6,650
2,725
2,623
153
4,7fi2
88
4,869
22,365
387
547
80,579
$,287
1,410
6»4
1,788
S2
419
117

94,643 j

44,463

m.-m

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
_
Surplus fund
_
An other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid...
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
Due to Federal reserve banks
Amount due to national banks.
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits
..
Time deposits {including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits
United States Government securities borrowed
Notes and bills rediscoutited
Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and outstanding.
Acceptances executed for customers, etc
Liabilities other than those above stated
_
Total..




BEPGBT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE Ct'EBEXCY

313

Abstract of reports since September 28, 1925, arranged by States and reserve cities—
Continued
IOWA
[ I n t h o u s a n d s of dollars]
D e c . 31,
1925

A p r . 12,
1928

J u n e 30,
1920

317 b a n k s

307 b a n k s

303 b a n k s

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
_
Overdrafts
_
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Banking house, furniture and fixtures.Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies-.
Exchanges for clearing house...
Checks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
United States Government securities borrowed
Other bonds and securities borrowed
Other assets
_
Total.,

I
168,121
340
27, 315
19, 779
8,838
8,874
11,337
1 372
2'ii 918
2, .588
482
691
638
707

,
398
28,574
22,372
8,508
8,629
11,299
1,096
28,554
2,607
410
600
460
683

266

155,211
204.
27,635
23,709
8,621
8,643
11.07S
1,339
27.073
2,817
340
802
4S5
«82
115
1!)
2*8

278, 36i)

27% 427

S B , 815

19, 530
9,728
2,963
35G
14,040
96
2,304
12, 513
417
1,340
97,534
108, 251
643
171

19,365
9,472
3,567
380
13,588
31
2.59S
13,042
5R9
1,255
103, 577
104,685
887
149

19,185
8.315
3,223
294
13,571
90
2,684
12,410
S80
1,054
95,478
104,151
520
115

965
«,816
1
468

62«
5,238
1
399

781
4,954

278, 36»i

279, 427

268,815

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in.
Surplus fund
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
Due to Federal reserve banks
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust com panics
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits..
United States Government securities borrowed
Bonds and securities, other than United States, borrowedBills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts)
_
Notes and billsrediscounted
Letters of credit and travelers checks sold for cash and outstanding-.
Liabilities other than those above stated
Total..




391

314

HEPOHT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE OTJBBENCY

Abstract of reports since September 88, 1925, arranged by States and reserve cities—

Continued
IO W A—C ontinued
CEDAR RAPIDS
[In thousands of dollars)
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
1926

2 banks

2 banks

2 banks

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (Including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Customer's liability account of "acceptances"
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank..
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place.Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer..

'
..;

i

13,413
1
1,537
5,224
6
275
620
1,892
1,603
2,114
963

369
23
10
50

14,055
4
2,023
4,394
14
1,133
25
1,960
1,345
2,003
876
260
32
19
50

28,100

Total..

13,116
1
1,541
5,041
13
1,183
25
1,656
1,422

2,441
1,070
301
32
7
60
27,899

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
Amount due to national banks..
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companiesCertified checks outstanding.
Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits
Acceptances executed for customers, etc
Liabilities other than those above stated
Total..




1,000
700
161
178
979
2,497
9,306
5
265
6,459
6,290
255
28,100

1,000
750
219
176
974
2,783

10,024
39
108
6,267
5,809
8
14
12
28,193

1,000

750
192
125
993
2,559
9,991
13
73
6,354
5,822
13
27,899

EEPOBT OF THE COMPTROLLER OP THE CURRENCY

315

Abstract of reports since September 88, 19SB, arranged by States and reserve cities—

Continued
IOWA—Continued
DES MOINES
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
1926

3 banks

3 banks

3 banks

RESOURCES

I/Osns and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
.
United States Government securities owned
_
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Banking house, furniture and fixtures,.
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection...
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust- companiesExchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
United States Government securities borrowed

25, 672
24
4,689
3,563
593
658
2,864
1,410
3,472
704
655
40
76
28

23,019

41,540

Total.

23,155
29

44,248

41,696

2,700
1,200
178
135
556
3,279
9,049
59
397
17,699

2,700
1,200

2,700
1,200
261
135

3.829

2,928
686
699
2,987
1,720
3,869
714
979
206
111

18
4,287
3,207

697
660
3,068
1,445
3,551
714
475
63
121
28
453

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in.._
Surplus fund
-All otherundivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserve* for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
..Amount due to national banks
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits..
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits..
United States Government securities borrowed
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts)
Total.




4,972
374

487

282

135
553
3,633
9,763
146
484
19,593
4,970
302
487

171
490
18,260
4,927
273
453

44, 248

41,696

663
3,404

455
41,540

316

REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CUSREHCT

Abstract of reports since September 23, 1925, arranged by States and reserve cities—
•Continued
IOWA—Continued
DUBUQUE
[In thousands of dollars)
Deo. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 39,
1928

2 banks

2 banks

2 banks

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
.„
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank^
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks__
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies.
Exchanges for clearing house
__
Outside checks and other cash items
Bedemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
Other assets..-

4,852
2,009
3,016
194
34
572
119
892
54
60
11

4,595
3
1,951
3,191
195
54
536
152
866
49
«2
14
20

11,951

Total..

4,782
4
2,035
2,856
193
29
591
SO
1,162
78
76
25
20
20

11,858

11,651

700
300
97

700
300
139
23
400
127
1,177
2
78
3,480
5,429
3

709
309
102
21
398
117
952
8
72
3,40$
5,572
3
1

11,858

11,651

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
_
_
Surplus fund...All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
fieserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
_
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies.
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits
___
Liabilities other than those above stated
Total..




160
1,315
1
102
3,439
5,430
3

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317

Abstract of reports since September £8, 1925, arranged by States mid reserve cities—•

Continued
IOWA—Continued
SIOUX CITY
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
1926

ff banks

« banks

5 banks

KESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Banking house, furniture and
fixtures
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
..
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place
_
Outside checks and other cash items
Bedemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
Other assets
...
Total

16,741
25
3,360
2,551
864
742
1,799
489
4,525
1,106
586
22
362
54
10

17,921
11
3,226
3,578
890
784
1,823
522
1,925
1,070
548
4
313
54
19

16,986
15
2,996
3,794
883
7i7
1,873
411
2,370
1,055
407
11
411
54
22

33, 239

32,685

32,155

2,050
705
72
4
1,069
2,238
6,535
11
106
11,980
8,085
61
23

2,050
705
104
1
1,066
2,687
6,998

2,0.50
705
109
21
1,073

10,982
7,775
4
24

38
342
9,986
7,942
i
23

33, 239

32,685

32,155

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
_
Surplus fund
_
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid.
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies..
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding
_
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits
Liabilities other than those above stated
Total




2,192
7,370

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Abstract of reports since September 88, 1925, arranged by Stales and reserve cities—

Continued
KANSAS
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
192S

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
1926

248 banks

240 banks

246 banks

100,285
225
19,260
14,742
5,662
8,637
270
22, 216
5,542
348
505
237
431

99,231
206
18, 977
13,722
5,673
3,037
8,125
179
18, 614
5,670
247
443
190
428

208

224

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
.
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned.
Banking house, furniture and fixtures.._
Other real estate owned
..
.
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vaultand amount due from national banks--.
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies..
Exchanges for clearing house
Cheeks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
United States Government securities borrowed
Other bonds and securities borrowed-..
Other assets

3,082

181,830

Total-

174, S

102,712
227
17,540
15,077
5,663
3,036
8,511
400
22, 370
4,923
358
423
351
428

105
47
182

182,353

LIABIHTIE8

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund.
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid-.
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding
:
Demand deposits. _
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits
United States Government securities borrowed
Bonds and securities, other than United States, borrowed
Agreements to repurchase United States Government or other
securities sold
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts)
Notes and bills rediscounted
Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and outstanding
Liabilities other than those above stated
Total.




13,573
6,978
2,176
139
8,537
2,641
6,808
65
1,137
87,336

39,635
696
97
70

13,497
6,835
2,509
156
8,478
1,898
6,408
72
999
91,335
39,993
733
121
71

45

50
254
1,351
7

13,608
6,789
2,261
201
8,497
2,711
6,830
74
1,081
95,432
40,792
496
105
47

2,748

80

403
1,372
1
85

181,630

174,966

182,353

73

REPOBT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

319

Abstract of reports since September 28, 1925, arranged by States and reserve citiesContinued
KANSAS—Continued
KANSAS CITY
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
1926

2 banks

2 banks

2 banks

RESOUECES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank-Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection. _
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies..
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place.Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer

6,709
6
1,818
920
627
44
815

6,869
3

13, 971

Total.

16
40

6,981
11
1,707
1,099
760
47
761
851
1,807
369
375
2
28
40

12,916

14,838

800
320
30

800
320
13
9
786
769
2,326
2
69
5,203
1,546
401

800
320
20

839

1,340
338
456
1
19
40

1,884
923
669
51
695
711
763
384
207
1

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
_
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding..
Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits..
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits
Agreements to repurchase United States Government or other securities sold
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts)
Notes and bills rediscounted
Total..




793
1,066
2,738

18
307
5,833
1,556
172

15
790
952
2,566
22
288
6,692
1,571
305
158

338

13,971

141
531
12,916

199
140
14,838

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Abstract of reports since September 28, 1935, arranged by States and reserve cities—•

Continued
KANSAS-Continusd
TOPEKA
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
192«

5 banks

5 banks

5 banks

KESOOECE8

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies.
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items
Bedemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
Other assets
Total

8,098
4
2,831
3,731
563
18
!,541

8,132
3
3,146

8,074
14
3,382

305
73
3
30
14

559
14
1,450
111
2,450
518
286
33
6
30
42

573
3
1,609
177
2,598
1,549
198

22,213

20,092

21,842

1,400
425
149
11
893
1,343
2,516
36
147
13,651
1,555
373
16

1,400
425
192
6
594
1,349
1,669
25
91
12,652
1,267
408
14

1,400
425
207
1
593
1,332
2,280
36
84
13,453
1,565
461
15

22,213

20,092

21,842

49

11

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies...
Certified checks outstanding.,
Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal-savings deposits)
United States deposits
Liabilities other than those above stated
Total




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321

Abstract of reports since September 2S, 1925, arranged by States and reserve cities—•

Continued
KANSAS—Continued
WICHITA
[la thousands of dollars]
Dec. SI,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 39,
192S

4 banks

4 banks

4 banks

RE80UBCE3

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
United States Government securities owned.
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned. _.
_
_
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bankItems with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Gash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies..
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place.
Outside checks and other cash items
_
United States Government securities borrowed
Other assets..
-

14,143
4
884
6,171
2,215
6
2.052
1,190
4,035
1,971
613
246
57

10,591
10
727
S, 701
2,172
6
2,100
1,097
3,834
1,948
373
163
84

18,444
694
5,691
2,215

1

21

33, 588

Total.

2,322
1,216
4,085
2,518
811
204
121
305
22

34,830

38,572

2,400
1,267
117
257
4,231
4,186
17
271
IS. 185
5,442
153

2,400
1,268
140
249
3,787
6,030
31
342
14, 575
5,314
111
445

2,40»
1,270
142
209
5,220
7,348
56
463
15, oOS
5,418

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified cheeks outstanding-Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits
United States Government securities borrowed
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts)
Liabilities other than those above stated
Total.




33, 588

US

305

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Abstract of reports since September 28, 1926, arranged by States and reserve cities—

Continued
KENTUCKY
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

Total.
Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
Due to Federal reserve banks
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding
_.
Demand deposits
_.
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits
_
United States Government securities borrowed __
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts)
Notes and bills rediscounted
Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and outstanding.
Acceptances executed for customers, e t c .
Liabilities other than those above stated
Total..




June 30,
1926

135 banks

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned.
Customer's liability account of "acceptances,"
Banking bouse, furniture and fixtures.
Other real estate owned
_.
Lawful resorve with Federal reserve bank
_
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
C ash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies..
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place
Outside cheeks and other cash items
Bedemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
United States Government securities borrowed
Other assets

Apr. 12,
1926
135 banks

135 banks

109, 448
229
18,360
13,032
241
5,705
643
7,026
174

110,401
255
18,441
13,689
57
5,744
689
6,797
348
11,929
1,186
169
349
213
605

90

101

110,603
213
17,863
14,558
109
5,727
744
7,171
163
13,261
957
183
415
275
615
223
99

172,875

170,973

173,179

14,096
9,507
2,869
592
12,340

14,121
9,512
3,765
528
12,288

14,121
9,564
3,177
624

1,226
2,277
175
365
72,703
51,948
359
225

1,276
2,012
333
253
68,243

1,358
2,112
618
699
68,849
65,917
275
223

2,337
1,492
10
265

2,101
1,366
10
67
123

1,585
1,793

172,875

170,973

173,179

15,217
960
205
640
284
621

54,285
390
300

12,260
3

109
92

REPORT OP THE COMPTEOLLEH OF THE CTJBBENCY

323

Abstract of reports smce September 88, 1985, arranged by States and reserve cities—

Continued
KENTUCKY-Continued
LOUISVILLE
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1928

June 30,
1926

4banks

4 banks

4 banks

EESOURCE3

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
United States Government securities owned
--..
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned.
Customer's liability account of "acceptances"
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies..
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place. _
Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
United States Government securities borrowed
Other assets

68,690
97
8,203
13, 555
290
414
76
5,307
6,287

4,927
2,550
1,576
26
660
193

70,289
222
9,190
10,954
44
427
67
5,860
5,252
4,662
1,3
16
685
203

87,082
78
8,401
12,442

144
432
67
5,649
5,579
3,466
3,332
1,033

292

"225"

113,143

Total.,

21
627
203
498
279

112,385

109,333

4,500
4,550
2,594
635
3,851

4,500
4,550
2,756
747
4,059
7,142
13, 987
96
205
43, 917
24,034
500
312
200

4,500
4,560
2,744
496
4,036
7,911

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund.All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding.
_.
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits
United States Government securities borrowed
Bonds and securities, other than United States, borrowed
Agreements to repurchase United States Government or other
securities sold
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts)
Notes and bills rediscounted
Acceptances executed for customers, etc
Liabilities other than those above stated
Total.




14,990
75
267
43,950
22,102
600
112

14,477

561

1,920

42,163
22,465

361

200

200

1,265
4,440
291
441

1,808
2,688
44

915
1,052
144
540

113,143

112, 385

109,333

324

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER' OF THE CURRENCY

A hstract of reports since September 28, 1925, arranged by States and reserve cities—

Continued
LOUISIANA
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

A p r . 12,
1926

June 30,
1928

32 banks

32 b a n k s

31 banks

BES0VBCE3

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts.
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Customer's liability account of "acceptances"
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
_
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection...
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust compan
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place
Outside cheeks and other cash iteniB
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer..
Uni ted S tates Government securi t ies borrowed
Other bonds and securities borrowed
Other assets

56,015
38
5,351
3,920
110
3,839
752
3,887
696
9,069
4,401
756
203
181
140

55,173
205
5,812
2,866

54, 271
74
S, 205
3,343

3,870

8,824
778
3,367
721
S, 746
2,916
2Stf

9

762
3,500
6S5
6,602
3,132
194
354
189
139

123

203

201

89, 561

Total..

105
139
13
21
212

83,863

81, 239

6,375
3,032
614
136
2, 732
143
3,333
8,373
17
666
44,541
17,878
552
21
13

6,375
3,045
863
183
2,703
166
2,585
6,264
33
426
40,305
18,396
667
13
21

6,275
3,040
789
205
2,741
428
2,034
4,464

37
426
110

345
1,383
9
581

233
2,796

81*. 561

83, MS

S i , 231)

UABILITIES
Capitol stock paid in
Surplus fund.
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
Doe to Federal reserve banks
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding
_
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)...
United States deposits
United States Government securities borrowed
Bonds and securities, other than United States, borrowed
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts)
Notes and bills reiiiscounted
Acceptances executed for customers, etc
Liabilities other than those above stated

Total.




S3

S13
38,8*9
17,913
492
13

21

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325

Abstract of reports since September SS, 1925, arranged hy States and resent cities

Continued
LOUISIANA—Continued
NEW OBLEANS
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

A p r . 12,
1926

June 39,
1926

lbank

lbank

1 baas

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
-—
United States Government seeuriues owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Cnstomer'sliability account of" acceptances"
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank-_
_..
Items with Federal reserve bank in proeess of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companiesExchanges for clearing house.—
Checks on other banks in the same place
--Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
Other assets—
—

35,

6T6

73
4,492
1,036
651
3,8(58
2,798
834
1,838
1,353
1,877
822
31
76
159

33,063

61

55, 560

Total..

1,302
1,679
160
20
7«
«9

85
8,0t3
841
730
3,838
•2,382
«87
2,<HS
1, ti»
1,714
692
21
T6
42

53,121

48, 231

2,800
2,000
«58
US
1, 504
2,393
5,9S9
118
139

2,800
2,tM0
810
151
1, 50*
2,289
4,305
229
105
26,244
3, M0
2,306

2,880
2,000
612
242
1,505
2,288
4, 455
196
171
23,497
3,O8»
1, SIS

5,872
2,862
1,578
1

5*7
4, .Vii
2,029

233
4.33!
1,294
111

53,560

53, 121

8,384
552
969
3.885
2,791
849

2,281

INABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
_
„.
Surplus fundAUother undivided profits, Jess expenses and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
_
Amount due te national banks
-Amount due to State banks, hankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits
Tmie deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits-..
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts)
Notes and bills ^discounted
Acceptances Bxecu ted for customers, etc
Liabilities other than those above stated
Total

^.




1.SO1
1,129

O.2-H

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Abstract of reports since September 28, 1925, arranged by States and reserve cities—

Continued
MAINE
[In thousands of dollars]
Deo. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
1926

58 banks

58 banks

68 banks

KESOUECES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
-.Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies..
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
Other assets

68,250
34
13,500
48,664
2,353
355
5,412
614
7,952
588
470
148
331
286
147

68,852
37
13,025
60,866
2, 352
334
8,345
1,025
7,776
412
522
119
446
286
81

143,931

Total.

66,943
32
13,409
44,839
2,336
369
5,275
1,080
7,531
577
595
127
476
285
57

149,104 |

151, 478

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
J
Due to Federal reserve banks
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits
Bills payable (includiing all obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts)
Notes and bills rediscounted
r
Liabilities other than those above stated
Total..




7,370
5,773
4,529
412
5,614
104
403
1,630
250
391
38, 763
76, 859
276
1,271
280
6
143, 931

151, 478

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327

Abstract of reports since September 38, 1925, arranged by States and reserve cities—

Continued
MARYLAND
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
1926

74 banks

74 banks

74 banks

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts..
United States Government securities owned.._
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Customer's liability account of "acceptances"
Banking house, furniture and fixtures.
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies..
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
United States Government securities borrowed
Other assets

57,234
45
8,721
30, 971
24
2,433
485
3,906
45
5,001
679
84
210
117
197

58,559
45
8,296
31, 359
12
2,472
515
3,970
34
4,492
578
55
124
199

59,005
49
8,178
31,317
6
2,495
535
4,043
63
4,949

ess
57
197
138
193
6
71
111,993

"16"
110,838

5, 239
6,602
1,921
188
3,884
71
149
743
87
152
26, 231
63,038
69
16

5,239
6,675
2,452
304
3,895
55
91
59S
111
95
25,001
63,981
35

8,239
6,921
1,947
213
3,906
70
165
602
—TS"
163
26,141
64 T

1,701
142
24
24

1,953
251
12
24

1,796
273
6
28

110,281

Total..

04
110,281

110, 838

111,993

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserved fc* taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
Due to Federal reserve banks
Amount due to national banks
:
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits.
United States Government securities borrowed
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed
other than rediscounts)
Notes and bills rediscounted
Acceptances executed by other banks for account of this bank
Liabilities other than those above stated
Total..

18005°—27-

-22




6

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OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CUBBENCY

Abstract &f reports since September 38, 1926, arranged by States and reserve cities—'
Co&tiatted
MAR YLANB—Continued
BALTIMORE
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
1926

10 banks

10 banks

10 banks

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (inclu<Eng rediscounts)
Overdrafts...
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Customer's liability account of "acceptances"...
Banking house, furniture and
fixtures
-_.
Other real estate owned
tswfcl reserve with Federal reserve banks
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies..
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place
_
_.
Outside checks and other cash items.
_.
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
United States Government securities borrowed
Other assets
-

102,71*
24
22,693
16,668
527
6,042
634
7,741
18,021
10; 902
2,813
9,449
932
1,599
291

102,076
9
21,480
16,944
494
8,054
515
9,110
12,490
8,381
2,656
6,397
544
428

291

96,156
12
20,29&
497
6,045
507
7,005
11,963
11,488
3,585
8, 582:
808
1,369
291
10
• 328

377

201,387

Total..

339

188, 246

187,827

12,100II, 430
4,074
352
5,690
9,527
27,862
834
547

13,100
10,480

13,100
10,400.
4,204
585,
5,720
9; 522
24,768

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in.—
Surplus fund
AH other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
_
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued--National-bank notes outstanding
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to.State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
__
Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits
,
United States Government securities borrowed
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts)
Notes and bills rediscounted
Letters of credit and travelers' chocks sold for cash and outstanding..
Acceptances executed for customers, etc
Liabilities other than those above stated
Total.




4,308

357
5,712
11,001
18,726
1,045
630
78,972

"

W

27,874

9,957
21fl

1,137
82,011
28,945
•s;3ffir
10

6,625
994
2
627
1,094

3,545
571
154
494
1,110

2,150
338
• 6
"
497
1,091

201r387

188, 246

87, 472
26,788

5,459
10

187,827

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329

Abstract of reports since September 28, 1925, arranged by States and reserve cities—

Continued
MASSACHUSETTS
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
1928

143 banks

143 banks

143 banks

SOS, 092
97
52,617
IOC, 111
10
13,084
775
22,252
9,192
25,134
1,275
3,123
798
1,111

302,037
69
52,852

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Customer's liability account of "acceptances"
Banking house, furniture and fixtures..
Other real estate owned
_
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies..
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place.
Outside checks and other cash items
Eedemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
Other assets
_

530

540,031

Total..

101
13,410
924
23,130
7,976
28,265
1,689
2,295
632
749
826
505
544, 340

28,593
25,246
15,763
958
16.305
2,432
1,486
14,649
1,055
1,681
229,361
184,106
2,938

28,593
25,471
17,302
992
16,297
1,907

830

303,611
89
62,405
114,066
12
13,493
982
22,986
8,279
A 763
1,729
2,243

719
1,082
829
489

548,767

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund.__
_
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued-.
National-bank notes outstandingDue to Federal reserve banks.
_
Amount due to national banks
_
.-Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding..
Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits
_
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits
_
Agreements to repurchase United States Government or othersecurities sold
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts)
Notes and bills rediscounted
.
Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and outstanding.
Acceptances executed for customers, etc
Acceptances executed b y other banks for account of this bank
Liabilities other than those above stated
Total-




1,074

16,023
771
1,188
228,746
192,549
2,603

25,573
16,730
1,323
16,249
2,204
1,356
14,085
1,458
2,019
230,018
197,676
1,536

500

500
6,759
2,222
5
12

372

6,918
2,924
2
45
56
379

540,031

544,340

548,767

6,218
22
10

400

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Abstract of reports since September 28, 1925, arranged by States and reserve cities—

Continued
MASSACHUSETTS—Continued
BOSTON
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30.
1926

12 banks

11 banks

11 banks

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Customer's liability account of" acceptances "
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
Other assets
Total

547,424
96
56,673
64,063
37,985
21, 210
950
49,236
39, 719
33,467
8,279
40, 934
17
3,303
163
15,664

519, 741
87
76,161
63,328
43,160
21,341
947
48,449
30, 477
22,813
6,856
21,986
43
2,500
170
22,000

518,954
93
72,016
77,965
35,186
21, 387
2,204
49,940
32,601
29,105
7,719
44,202
39
4,266
181
20,570

919,183

880, 059

916,428

45, 450
36, 765
13, 508
2,784
3,189
36, 927
67, 069
4,005
7,653
435,134
151,189
17,156

45, 650
36,805
14, 209
2,470
3,457
37, 601
67,486
3,880
5,605
401, 685
151,088
40,128

45, 650
37,055
13, 635
3,532
3,552
36, 957
65,437
11,309
6,757
438, 673
151, 097
22,204

48, 472
859
37,257
2,505
2,461

730
18,607
873
44,852
2,368
2,665

7,470
29,633
1,367
36, 518
1,815
3,767

919,183

880,059

916,428

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
_
All oher undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
,
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's cheeks outstanding
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits
_
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed
other than rediscounts)
Notes and bills rediscounted
Letters of credit and travelers' cheeks sold for cash and outstanding..
Acceptances executed for customers, etc
_
Acceptances executed by other banks for account of this bank
Liabilities other than those above stated

Total




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331

Abstract of reports since September 28, 1925, arranged by States and reserve cities—

Continued
MICHIGAN
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

J u n e 30,
1926

121 banks

124 banks

124 banks

137,587
91
23,911
67,194
10,101
1,450
10, 520
222
18,409
4,849
1,347
386

141,921
114
23,390
70,053
10,184
1,522
10,901
210
18,080
4,773
991
315
521
647

140,697
118
23, 715
72, 522
10,303
1,574
11,101
316
18,408
4,943
1,097
332
440
547
169
285

277, 373

283,820

286,467

15,160
9,728
4,946
549
10, 786
968
6,051
176
843
82,237
141,260
969
65

15,229
9,824
5,139
949
10, 753
1,258
5,856
143
864
86,361
143,877
1,137
52

15,233
9,929
5,187
773
10,8S9
1,138
4,900
148
971
87,009
147,059
667

KESOUKCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
United States Government securities owned-Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned-_
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount duefromState banks, bankers, and trust companiesExchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
United States Government securities borrowed
Other assets
Total-

546
"274'

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in
Surplus f u n d .
All other undivided profits, less expenses a n d taxes paid
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
___
National-bank notes outstanding
Amount due to national banks
A m o u n t due to State banks, bankers, a n d trust companies
Certfiied checks o u t s t a n d i n g . _
Cashier's checks outstanding-_
_
D e m a n d deposits
T i m e deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits
United States Government securities borrowed
Agreements to repurchase United States Government or other securities sold
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed other t h a n rediscounts)
_
Notes a n d bills rediscounted
Letters of credit a n d travelers' checks sold for cash a n d outstanding-.
Liabilities other t h a n those above stated

Total-




92

92

89

2,510
892
2
139

1,346
781
2
157

1,390
847
10
139

277, 373

283,820

286,467

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Abstract of reports since September 28, 1925, arranged by States and reserve c i t i e s -

Continued

MICHIGAN-Continued
DETROIT
[In thousands of dollars]
Apr. 12,

June 30,

1926

1926

1926

4 banks

4 banks

4 banks

Dec. 31,

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
_
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned.Customer's liability account of" acceptances'"
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned-.
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companie
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the siame place
Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
Other assets

139,426
86
11,602
17,817
1,098
8,380
107
14,204
8,251
10,054
7,601
8,419

593
57
2,480

760
107
2,429

154,874
19
16,066
18,310
1,384
8,012
106
20,556
12,492
9,916
8,881
8,760
113
895
107
2,092

236,654

Total.

129,084
104
13,931
23,039
17
8,384
77
9,674
19,747
11,039
9,960
8,468

230,341

262,283

10,200
8,000
3,188
380
1,202
6,986
18,450
581
1,498
127,035
42,324
4,001

10,800
8,000
3,424
589
2,122
5,568
20,846
551
596
122,010
37,882
3,130

13,500
9,500
3,568
474
2,132
8,110
21,968
869
2,282
135,388
46,366
2,012

9,138
2,292
31
3
14
1,331

4,185
4,705
49
1,098

13,485
499
81
1,384

4,786

665

236, 654

230,341

262,283

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
^
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
_
National-bank notes outstanding
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding
_
_
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
-.
United States deposits
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts)
Notes and bills rediscounted.
Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and outstanding.
Acceptances executed for customers, etc
Acceptances executed by other banks for account of this bank
Liabilities other than those above stated
Total.




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333

Abstract of reports since September 28, 1925, arranged by States and reserve cities—

Continued
MICHIGAN—Continued
GRAND RAPIDS
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
1926

3 banks

2 banks

2 banks

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned...
Customer's liability account of "acceptances"
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
_
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection..
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount duefromState banks, bankers, and trust companies
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
Other assets
Total

24,306
21
2,359
2,762
22
2,019
68
1,847
624
2,343
1,263
704

21,789
3
2,017
2,296
40
2,263
73
1,743
£63
2,150
2, 036
1,026

11
85
108

108

9, 871

38, 539

36,239

2,100
1, 300
879
53
1,987
557
2,351

1,800
1,000
947
62
1,655
580
2,814
73
14,664
13, 658
50

1,800
1,000
844
63
1,700
698
2,457
99
3
14,115
13,190
93

355
624
3
22
232

1
40
226

23,526
9
4,007
2,941
10
1,830
26
2,037
493
1,603
915
4
36
100
95

47
85

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued.
National-bank notes outstanding
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts).
_
Notes and bills rediscounted
Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and outstanding.
Acceptances executed for customers, etc
Liabilities other than those above stated.
.
Total




38

1
15,046
14,514
76
126
605
10
229

39, 871

36,239

334

REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

Abstract of reports since September 28, 1925, arranged by States and reserve cities—

Continued
MINNESOTA
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
1926

298 banks

295 banks

288 banks

151, S95
176

147,018
192
29,954
57,894
35
7,955
5,724
11,058
434
24,430
2, 612
555
357
524
553

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
United States Government securities owned
Other bondSj stocks, securities, etc., owned
Customer's liability account of "acceptances"
Banking house, furniture and
fixtures
_
Other teal estate owned...
_
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection.
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks-Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies..
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
United States Government securities borrowed
Other bonds and securities borrowed
Other assets
TotalCapital stock paid in
Surplus fund
_
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paidReserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
_
United States deposits..
United Sates Government securities borrowed
Bonds and securities, other than United States, borrowed
Agreements to repurchase United States Government or other securities sold
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed
other than rediscounts)
Notes and bills rediscounted
Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and outstanding..
Acceptances executed by other banks for account of this bank
Liabilities other than those above stated. _
Total..




29,803

55,265
37
7,982
5,538
11, 054
679
29,940
3,438
774
469
672
565

147,385
185
29,661
59,186
44
7,829
5,781
11, 491
458
27,482

3,143
578
313

728

769

628
547
38
10
812

298, 815

290, 064

295, 571

19, 749
9,735
3,940
766
10,941
6,575
9,605
120
2,524
90,999
140, 883
1,270
65
9

19,649
9,768
3,598
548
10,881
5,849
9,302
232
2,068
84,165
141,311
1,330
30

19, 514
9,613
3,606
518

671
627
3
37
286

641
665
4
35
137

464
706
5
44
251

298, 815

290,064

295, 571

6,308

8,596
231
1,953
95,003
138,137
880
38

10

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Continued
MINNESOTA—Continued
MINNEAPOLIS
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
1926

6 banks

6 banks

6 banks

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
_
_
_
_
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Customer's liability account of "acceptances"
Banking house, furniture and
fixtures
_
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bankin process of collection
Cash in vault and amount duefromnational banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies..
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items.-.
__.
."Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
United States Government securities borrowed
Other assots
_

2,139

2,130

233, 416

Total.

118,775
49
31,215
20,543
419
2,050
785
10,028
3,593
10,076
9,795
5,097
88
3,771
147
60
1,907

226, 500

218,396

11,400
7,650
1,510
1,077
2,838
21,198
35,008
195
4,863
90,517
49,569
3,392
60

11,400
7,652

11,400
7,660
1,489
828
2,868
16, 746
27,815
444
4,643
88,728
52,170
2,117
60

127,191
132
30,148
18, 067
2,633
1, 972
843
11,986
3,878
12, 827
11,717
6,314
102
3,322
145

116,818
60
32, 721
18,458
2,124
2,032
843
14, 597
3,391
13,120
11,268
5,406
51
3,334
147

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
_.
._
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid-.
_.
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
_
National-bank notes outstanding
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies.
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding '.
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits..
United States Government securities borrowed
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed
other than rediscounts)
Notes and bills rediscounted
Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and outstanding.
Acceptances executed for customers, etc
Acceptances executed by other banks for account of this bank
Liabilities other than those above stated
Total..




1,763

584
2,917
17,070
32,113
326
3,738
90, 515
50,191
3,400

730
22
. 2, 615
18
754

1,100
805
14
2,123
177
552

125
21
408
122
752

233,416

226,500

218,396

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Abstract of reports since September 28, 1925, arranged by States and reserve cities—•

Continued
MINNESOTA—Continued
ST. PAUL
[In thousands of dollars)
Deo. SI,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
.1926

4 banks

4 banks

ibanks

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
United States Government securities owned....
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
...
Customer's liability account of "acceptances"
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Uther real estate owned
.
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies..
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
Other assets

61,833
25
28,230
8,207
6

1,757
103
7,832
3,273
11,514
8,190
2,553
69
906
30
290

67,196
16
25,586
7,245
27
1,733
106

60,003
26
24,280
9,897
18
1,698
6,963
2,371
11,064
6,252
2,346
12
869
30

134, 817

Total...

7,493
2,627

132, 661

125, 843

5,700
3,700
2,219
1,436
598
14,503
16,775

5,700
3,700
2,732
1,406
580
12,171
15,087
124
645
56,940
30,361

5,650
3,650
2,858
1,639
685
12,407
12,213
192
699
65,810
28,431
1,365

11,992
5,145
2,037
50
717
30
661

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding.
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits..
'.
Notes and bills rediscounted
Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and outstanding.
Acceptances executed for customers, etc
..
Liabilities other than those above stated
Total..




84
662

56,774
31,266

488

2,308

6
5
701

385
5
27
690

134,817

132,661

41
19
381
125,843

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Abstract of reports since September 28, 1925, arranged by States and reserve cities—

Continued
MISSISSIPPI
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
1926

37 banks

37 banks

37 banks

BE8OTJKCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
United States Government securities owned
-Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned, _
_
_
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection.
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies-Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer.
United States Government securities borrowed
Other bonds and securities borrowed
Other assets

52,956
138
7,463
13, 372
2,032
475
4,057
363
5,523
5,080
76
408
161
152

52,630
124
6,063
13,174
2,040
488
3,662
225
5,347
4,678
89
400
290
152
41
66
73

92. 608

Total.

49,790
281
6,749
13,528
1,981
411
4,306
247
6,765
7,314
119
559
340
152

92, 324

89,542

5,410
3,365
795
97
2,995
85
1,261
4,380
12
1,067
41, 524
30, 338
352
23
50

5,410
3,420
1,064
237
2,974
44
851
3,863
28
667
40,497
31,104
486
72

5,410
3,491
872
211
2,991
37
948
2,842
34
530
36,285

155
611
50
38

204
1,293

92,608

92, 324

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund..
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding.
Due to Federal reserve banks
Amount due to national banks. _
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies.
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding...
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits
_
•
United States Government securities borrowed
Bonds and securities, other than United States, borrowed
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts)
Notes and bills rediscounted
Acceptances executed for customers, etc
Liabilities other than those above stated
Total..




44

447
41
66
3,527
'

45

89,542

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<
Continued
MISSOURI
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
1926

110 banks 111 banks 111 banks
RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Customer's liability account of "acceptances"
Banking house, furniture and
fixtures
...
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
__.
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies..
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund a n d due from United States Treasurer
United States Government securities borrowed
Other assets

54,031
107
13,533
9,559
2,234
1,036
4,294
460

11,209

55,113
90
13,343
9,882
2
2,366
1,084
4,185
550
9,417
2,552
404
140
102
281

85,231
87
12,792
10,097
2

2,435
1,056

4,408
390

106

85

100,397

Total.

9,778
2,476
242
150
225
283
355
78

99,596

100,085

7,843

7,967
3,503
1,625
99
5,618

7,967

6,973
14
272
45,759
24, 286
342
229

6,953
37
254
45, 457
24,701
202
355

3J5
238
140
289

UABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund...
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits
United States Government securities borrowed
_
Bonds and securities, other than United States borrowed
Agreements to repurchase United States Government or other
securities sold
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed
other than rediscounts)
Notes and bills rediscounted
Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and outstanding.
Acceptances executed by other banks for account of this bank...
liabilities other than those above stated
Total.




3,555
1,289
100

5,721
1,844
8,081
6
315
46,952
22,599
576
333

1,503

3,783

1,428
109
5,637

1,483

108
15
572
435
6

429

2
242

38
100, 397

25
288
1,162

99, 596

100,085

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Continued
MISSOURI—Continued
KANSAS CITY
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
1926

10 banks

10 banks

10 banks

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
_.
Customer's liability account of "acceptances"
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
_
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
_.
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies..
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
United States Government securities borrowed
Other assets

82,980
23
14,860
8,166
100
2,230
433
12, 263
11,435
16,354
5,883
4,068
115
572
55

79,187
25
16,951

78, 819
16,244
9,554

C
O
2,456
485
9, 508
10,479
10, 958
6,034
2,641
38
025
48

168

181

159,705

Total-.

2,522
356
11,059
10,315
11,127
5,963
3,828
83
423
47
60
263

147,734

. 150, 692

6,800
3,075
4,046
102
942
26, 3C6
24,753
85
1,227
67, 749
5,836
3,994

6,800
3,075
3,749
107
950
27,874
26,280

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
..
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
_
_
National-bank notes outstanding
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
-.
Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits
United States Government securities borrowed
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts)
Notes and bills rediscounted
Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and outstanding.
Acceptances executed for customers, etc
Liabilities other than those above stated
Total..




3,074
3,496
34
1,085
31, 206
27, 705
160
4,303
72,443
5,399
1,203
60

•

•

88

2,750
65,266
6,364
2,471

' 1,200
1,040
5
100
392

1,461
826
8
50
354

2,565
1,964
25

159, 705

147, 734

150,692

324

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Continued
MISSOUKI-Contlnued
ST. JOSEPH
[In thousands of dollars!
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
1926

4 banks

4 banks

4 banks

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts.—
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Customer's liability account of "acceptances"
Banking house, furniture and fixtures...
Other real estate owned..
_
__
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies.
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
Other assets

16,307
10
1,646
979
4
389
86
1,344
713
3,455
896
392

29,630

Total.

18,109
14
1,284
979
8
388
86
1,697
889
4,210
1,165
670
42
52
26
11

26, 819

27,200

1,100
950
285
10
517
2,469
8,220
4
156
9,345
6,309
122
1
8
134

1,100
950
302
56
516
2,432

1,100
950
SOU

135

146

29,630

26,519

27,200

28
36

26

16, i l l
1,814
1, 046
88180
1, S5S
401
4,0'M
1, OSS
436
63
37
26
14

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
_
_
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
_
Amount duo to national banks.__
Amount due to State banks, bankors, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits..
Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and outstanding
Acceptances executed for customers, etc
Liabilities othef than those above stated
Total




5
113
7,991
5,844
171
1

510
2,074

7,836
3
101
7,402
6,993
108

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Abstract of reports since September 28, 1925, arranged by States and reserve cities—

Continued
MISSOCB.I—Continued
ST. LOUIS
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
1926

11 banks

11 banks

11 banks

EES0UECE3

Loans and discounts (includingrediscounts)
Overdrafts
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned..
Customer's liabilit;' account of "acceptances"
Banking house, furniture and fixtures.
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
_.
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companiesExchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items.
___
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
United States Government securities borrowed
Other assets

481

478

5,549

3,463

563
1,855

367,323

Total..

638

233,115
46
24,352
36,345
333
7,077
351
23,014
17, 367
14,745
10,090
8,781
81
265

379,903

367,450

26,350
9,535
•1,916
1,449
9,499
33. 555
40,627
1,561
173,129
56,80S
4,431
563

28,150
10,255
5. 654
2,081
9,543
33, 558
39,874
85
2,005
169, 037
66,134
5,051
563

28,150
10,260
5,233
520
9, 551
32,019
39, 565
35
1,438
165,960
64,829
2,868
563

495
144
20
298
4,415

1,200
3,338
38
333
2,354

970
2,323

367,323

379,903

367,450

214,641
31
25,742
36,493
261
6,780
316
20,168
18,188
15,857
10,103
12,069
106

221,645
74
26,864
40,148
. 176
7,039
349
19,637
14, 713
15,224
9,460
8,513
80
629
481

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National -bank notes outstanding
Amount due to national banks
„.
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits
Time depostis (includingpostal savings deposits)..
United States deposits
United States Govermrent securities borrowed
_
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts)

Notes and bills rediscounted.
Letters of credits and travelers* checks sold for cash and outstanding.
Acceptances executed for customers, etc
Liabilities other than those above stated
Total




28

56
176
2,944

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Continued
MONTANA
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
1926

78 banks

75 banks

74 banks

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Banking house, furniture and
fixtures
_
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Casb in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust eornpanie
Exchanges for clearing house
_.
Checks on other banks in the same place
_.
Outside checks and other cash items
_
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
United States Government securities borrowed
Other assets

37,088
62
10, 334
9,670
2,549
1,214
3,451
257
8,563
2,299
194
99
234
107

121

102

80,012

Total..

37,693
58
10,245
9,519
2,536
1,187
3,379
332
8,726
1,969
161
64
129
107
2
94

76,223

76,201

5,070
2,159
1,058
10
2,146

4,975
2,133
1,029
163
2,127
1
518
1,998
32
584
34,448
27,559
246

4,945
2,132
982
156
2,129

37,042
42
10,383
9,568
2,661
1,200
3,771
271
11,892
2,443
196
96
318
108

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
Due to Federal reserve banks
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
_
_
Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits
_
Time.deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits
United States Government securities borrowed
_
_
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts)
Notes and bills rediscounted
Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and outstanding.
Liabilities other than those above stated
Total.




927
2,193
25
593
38,441
26,904
281
2

523
1,809
63
539
33,810
27,900
225
2

97
95
5
6

196
201
7
6

341
551

80,012

76,223

76,201

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Continued
MONTANA—Continued
HELENA
[In thousands of dollars]
Dee. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
1926

2 banks

2 banks

2 banks

EESOUKCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts.
United States Government securities owned...
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
_
Banking house, furniture and
fixtures
_
_
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank...
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount duefromnational banks
Amount due from Stato banks, bankers, and trust companies..
Exchanges for clearing house
Outside checks and other cash items.
:_._
Eedemption fund and due from United States Treasurer

3,800
12
1,139
790
95
50
611
257
1,226
103
90
36
10

9,015

Total

4,106
4
1,146
671
95
50
346
307
1,272
110
39
12
10
8,168

8,219

450
325
60
200
1,045

450
325
82
200
662
1,087
1
89
3,250
1,838
183
1

450
325
58
200
698
1,070
3
93
3,344
1,866
112

8,168

8,219

5
951
824
96
45
613
582

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
:
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
National-bank notes outstanding
—
Amount due to national banks..
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
w
.Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits,.
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits
Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and outstanding
Total

1
232
3,649
1,751

9,015

_

18005°—27-

1,283

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Abstract of reports since September S8, 1925, arranged by States and reserve citiesContinued
NEBRASKA
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 81,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
1926

156 banks 155 banks 153 banks
RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
^...
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Customer's liability account of "acceptances"
Banking house, furniture and
fixtures
_
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies..
Exchanges for clearing house.
Checks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items
_
_
•
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
United States Government securities borrowed..
Other assets

66,848
163
10,965
5,260
20
2,986
2,946
4,361
26
11,504
514
110
315
274
329

65, 542
163
11,020
6,043
20
2,991
2,956
4,462
12

57

61

106,678

Total..

154
10,851
6,338
6
3,028
2,951
4,338
13
12,764
389
91
202
184
324
22
71

105,979

104,335

8,315
4,544
1,587
175
6,516
610
4,964
26
575
40,661
34,681
117
22

8,340
4,466
1,383
919
4,665
63
619
41, 962
34, 782
121
22

8,246
4,343
1,368
180
6,452
808
4,916
79
557
40,661
35,183
98
22

726
3,132
2
20
5

309
1,588
2
20
5

134
1,279
1

106, 678

105,979

104,335

11,322
445
168
220
227
327

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
_
_
_.
Surplus fund.
_
__
_.
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid.
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
_
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding
_
Demand deposits.
_
__
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
_
United States deposits
United States Government securities borrowed..
.
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts)
Notes and billsrediscounted
__
Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and outstanding. _
Acceptances executed for customers, etc
Liabilities other than those above stated
_ ..
TotaL




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Abstract of reports since September 28, 1925, arranged, by States and reserve cities—•

Continued
NEBRASKA—Continued
LINCOLN
[In thousands of dollars]
Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
1926

5 banks . 5 banks

5 banks

Dec. 31,
1925

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
_
United States Government securities owned,.
_
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned.
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items
Bedemption fund and due from United States Treasurer

15,693
13
1,687
2,801
927
.150
1,832
451
2,615
1,078
442
10
185

16,073
7
1,445
2,557

29
27, 913

Total

150
1,538
505
2,102
1,148
390
16
72
29

15, 919
12
1,434
2,909
929
192
1,790
384
2,173
1,196
380
12
128
29

26,960

27,493

1,725
841
322
45
568
1,785
5,345
40
190
12,114
3,977
67

1,725
845
345
74
565
1,690
5,114
54
193
12,044
3,988
15

1,725
847
330
43
568
1,724
5,342
85
137
12, 284
4,180
16

584
10

287
21

140
60
12

27, 913

26,960

27,493

92S

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
_
Surplus fund
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
_
National-bank notes outstanding..
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified cheeks outstanding
Cashier's cheeks outstanding
Demand deposits
._
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money bor
rowed other than rediscounts)
Notes and bills rediscounted
Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and outstandini
Total




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Abstract of reports since September 28, 1925, arranged by States and reserve cities—•

Continued
NEBRASKA— Continued
OMAHA
[In thousands of dollars]
Dee. 31,
192S

June 30,
1926

8 banks

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts .
United States Government securities owned..
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned..
Customer's liability account of" acceptances"
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies..
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items.
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer.
United States Government securities borrowed.
Other assets

Apr. 12,
1926
8 banks

7 banks

61,826
60
8,315
10,118
3,570
1,030
3,752
9,423
7,433
2,683
1,350
474

62,733
71
9,159
11,184
2
6,181
3,968
8,007

6,754

2,383

539
611

61,969
44
3,331
2
3,547
628
6,389
3,463
9,266
2,432
482

75

117,051

Total.

67

543
58
45
110

116,179

110, 743

6,150
3,050
1,516
424
1,196
13,953
20,233
113
1,289
52,916
11,192
854
66

6,150
3,050
1,408
583
1,187

5,150
2,550
1,302
547
1,142
13,135
22,062
193
1,467
49,760
12,804
559
45

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid i n .
Surplus fund.
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding..
Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits
United States Government securities borrowed
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts)
Notes and bills redisteounted
Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and outstandingAcceptances executed for customers, etc
Liabilities other than those above stated
Total.




12,483

19,009
183
1,542
49,927
12,648
714
60

3,400
669
30

6,700
500

117,051

116,179

22
2
3

110, 743

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Abstract of reports since September 28, 1925, arranged by States and reserve cities—

Continued
NEVADA
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,

10 banks

10 banks

10 bants

1926

RESOURCES

Loand and discounts (including rediscounts)
_
Overdrafts
_
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies—
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
Total

10,068
18
2,700
1,892
782
98
849
9
1,957
520
9
23
13

9,524
17
2,564
2,044
785
100
737
2
2,277
432
11

10,284
15

60

2,587
2,071
792
106
795
22
2,100
483
13
29
22
60

18,998

18, 589

19,379

1,385
645
158
53
1,183
3
175
1,557
10
234
7,150
6,352
92
1

1,385
650
177
34
1,193
35
184
1,471
8
133
6,611
6,615
92
1

1,385
650
240
56
1,198
27
248
1,452
2
218
7,139
6,665
98
1

18,589

19,379

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued...
National-bank notes outstanding
Due to Federal reserve banks.
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits.
Liabilities other than those above stated
Total




18,8

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Abstract of reports since September 28, 19&5, arranged by States and reserve cities—

Continued
NEW HAMPSHIRE
[In thousands of dollarsl
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
1926

54 banks

85 banks

55 banks

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank. __
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks.
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies..
Exchanges for clearing house
Cheeks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
United States Government securities borrowed
Other assets

38,534
30
11,910
14,357
2,326
76
3,486
2,022
5,371
142
151
181
318
235

37,565
21
12,565
14,456
2,391
133
3,176
1,337
6,356
225
123
159
219
232
20

79,168

Total.

29

36
11,716
14,880
2,426
132
3,641
1,132
4,762
175
119
138
282
234
113
14

77,978

78,436

5,240
4,653
3,059
56
4,635
890
345
2,845
61
394
38,910
15,236
444
50

5,317
4,723
3,295
25
4,622
405
302
2,640
49
439
36,123
16,534
617
115

5,335
4,763
3,232
49
4,617
375
283
2,632
87
447
36,417

1,968
380
2

2,418
351
3

2,273
490
1

79,168

77,978

78,436

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in
•
_
Surplus f u n d . . .
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
D u e to Federal reserve banks
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
,
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits.
T i m e deposits (including postal savings deposits)
United States deposits
United States Government securities borrowed
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed other t h a n rediscounts)
Notes and bills rediscounted..
Liabilities other t h a n those above stated

Total..




444
113

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Continued
NEW JEKSEY
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 81,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
1920

275 banks

281 banks

283 banks

460,352
105
72,520
236,417
508
23,886
2,692
41,094
16,373
40, 893
5,386
6,055
1,963
1,251
1,067

468,526
107
74,036
234,924
579
24,922
2,682
36,331
13,060

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Customer's liability account of "acceptances"
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned-Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies..
Exchanges for clearing house.
Checks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items..
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
United States Government securities borrowed
Other assets
_

2,423

1,782

913,485

Total-.

485,034
219
72, 781
233,070
427
25,529
3,074
40, 267
13, 421
39,089
4,547
3,697
2,035
1,678
1,091
184
2,639

907,169

928, 782

42,570
40,119
16,692
1,131
21,058
4,369
1,701
12,632
2,573
2,359
381,134
356,422
4,702
132

43,628
41,060
19,912
2,382
21,188
3,778
2,325
12,625
2,578
1,604
345, 596
375,907
6,012
866
149

44,431
42,694
17,790
1,436
21,419
3,861
2,935
10,619
3,063
2,059
367,800
383,809
3,552
184

17,670
5,881
13
379
129
1,749

18,229
7,332
33
464
115
1,886

15, 621
5,378
36
344
94
1,657

913,485

907,169

928, 782

4,760
3,346
1,280
937
1,077

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
_
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Keserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
Due to Federal reserve banks
_
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits.
Time deposits (including postal-savings deposits)
United States deposits.
United States Government securities borrowed
Bonds and securities, other than United States, borrowed..
_.
Agreements to repurchase United States Government or other securi
ties sold
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed
other than rediscounts)
Notes and bills rediscounted
Letters of credit and travelers'checks sold for cashand outstanding
Acceptances executed for customers, etc..
_
Acceptances executed by other banks for account of this bank
Liabilities other than those above stated
Total-.




70

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Abstract of reports since September 28, 1925, arranged by States and reserve cities—

Continued
NEW MEXICO
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

J u n e 30,
1926

31 banks

31 banks

31 banks

EESOUBCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Banking house, furniture and fixtures..
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount duefromnational banks. _
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companiesChecks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
United States Government securities borrowed
Other assets
Total .

14,158
10
4,913
1,002
1,256
518
1,655
162
5,998
566
126

14,477
14
5,271
1,231
1,259
519
1,315
160
3,243
353
107
66
16

14,572
11
5,600
1,244
1,271
475
1,446
92
3,539
473
98
84
63
4
21

30, 526

28,099

28, 993

2,085
956
71
16
1,364
17
766
631
12
490
19, 085
4,809
124
4

2,085
938
204
15
1,349
50
287
395
24
304
16, 954
5,184
124
4

2,085
933
181
5
1,253
37
311
591
29
402
17,197
5,246
136
4

9
57

75
82

1IABILITIE3
Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
Due to Federal reserve b a n k s . Amount due to national banks
_
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal-savings deposits)
United States deposits
United States Government securities borrowed
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts)
Notes and bills rediscounted
Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and outstandingLiabilities other than those above stated

Total _




30

25

199
354
1
29

30, 526

28,099

28,993

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351

Abstract of reports since September 28, 1925, arranged by Slates and reserve cities—

Continued
NEW YORK
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

J u n e 30,
1926

495 b a n k s

500 banks

503 banks

516, 824
193
93, 923
335, 940
481
21, 469
2,669
46,092
9,826
42, 387

545,406
303
89, 755
340,068
448
22,865
2,562
44, 212
9,602
43, 406
8,464
872
2,104
916
1,644

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Customer's liability account of "acceptances"
Banking house, furniture and
fixtures
_.
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
-_.
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies..
Exchanges for clearing house..-.
Checks on other banks in the same place
Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
United States Government securities borrowed
Other bonds and securities borrowed
_
Other assets

1,328

1, 086, 612

Total..

1,601

545,570
225
87,304
351,663
481
23,088
2,708
46,282
10,582
45,439
9,023
1,041
1,934
1,341
1,651
75
65
1,624

J, 114,015

1,130,096

53, 286
46, 420
26,156
1,495
32, 471
3,246
2,632
7,753
2,148
1,584
371, 264
514, 822
2,327
101
50

55, 436
48, 2C0
30, 320
2,939
32, 421
3.0S8
2,359
1,916
1,215
373,274
533, 648
2,720
150
65

55,586
48,967
28,304
1,717
32, 434
3,501
2,683
8,305
3,927
1,316
377,399
540,866
1,664
75
65

150

327

14, 316
5,221
3
135
385
797

11, 239
4,937
6
193
255
995

15,218

1, 086, 612

1,114,015

1,130,090

1,595
2,398
1,290
1,649

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
_
Surplus fund
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
National-bank notes outstanding
_
_
Due to Federal reserve banks..
Amount due to national banks
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits).-United States deposits
United States Government securities borrowed
Bonds and securities, other than United States, borrowed
_Agreements to repurchase United States Government or other
securities sold
--Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts)
Notes and bills rediscounted
_
--Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and outstanding..
Acceptances executed for customers, etc
Acceptances executed by other banks for account of this bank
Liabilities other than those above stated
Total-




5
331
150
974

352

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Abstract of reports since September 28, 1925, arranged by States and reserve cities—•

Continued
NEW YORK—Continued
ALBANY
[In thousands of dollarsl
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
1926

3 banks

3 banks

3 banks

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Customer 'suability account ot" acceptances"
_
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies..
Exchanges for clearing house
Outside checks and other cash items
_
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
Other assets

45, 566

57, 221
12
10,515
17,586
1
1,404
926
7,435
6,911
13, 822
4,780
679
293
88
345

93, 220

Total..

1,404
451
5,913
4,182
6,387
2,260
1,648
274
87
282

52,459
6
9,161
16, 743
2
1,404
269
8,264
4,209
6,540
2,598
456
258
87
796
103, 255

122, 018

3,350
4,150
2,920
246
1,691
3,564
8,582
8,661
226
322
43, 234
13, 826
632

3,350
4,150
3,143
257
1,688
4,029
7,044
9,480
143
248
54,296
13,901
618

3,350
4,150
3,313
297
1,685
2,791
6,729
11,482
278
274
70, 492
14,327
579

1,600
3

600

2,000

213

2
306

1
270

93,220

103, 255

122,018

9,287
15, 474

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
All other undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Reserved for taxes, interest, etc., accrued
_
National-banknotes outstanding
Due to Federal reserve banks.
Amount due to national banks
__
_
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal savings deposits).
United States deposits
Bills payable (including all obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts)
Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and outstanding.
Acceptances executed by other banks for account of this bank
Liabilities other than those above stated
Total..




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A bslract of reports since September £8, 1925, arranged by States and reserve cities—•

Continued
NEW YOBK-Continued
BROOKLYN AND BRONX
[In thousands of dollars]
Dec. 31,
1925

Apr. 12,
1926

June 30,
1926

5 banks

8 banks

9 banks

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
_
United States Government securities owned
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned
Customer's liability account of "acceptances"
_
Banking house, furniture and fixtures.
Other real estate owned
Lawful reserve with Federal reserve bank
Items with&