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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE

Comptroller of the Currency

DECEMBER 5,1932

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TREAPTJTIY DEPARTMENT

Document No. 3054
Comptroller of the Currency

CONTENTS
Page

Submission of the report
., . . . . _ » _ . .
1
General discussion of bank failures and causes responsible therefor
1-4
Increase in circulation of national bank notes (authorized by sec. 29 of the
Federal home loan bank a c t ) . - .
4, 5
National-bank failures:
Statements relative to
5-10
Receiverships, year ended October 31, 1932
10,11
Receiverships, 1865-1932
_-.
. . . . 11,12
Active receiverships as of October 31, 1932___
12, 13
Receiverships terminated, 1865-1932
13,14
Receiverships terminated, year ended October 31,1932.,
14-16
Financial operations of division of insolvent national banks from
October 1, 1931, to September 30,1932
_
16
Summary snowing progress and results of liquidation of all national
banks placed in charge of receivers from 1865 to October 31,1932
16,17
Capital, date of appointment of receiver, and per cent of dividends
paid by insolvent national banks, the affairs of which were closed
during year ended October 31, 1932
17-19
State-bank failures in the District of Columbia, year ended October 31,
1932
.
19,20
All bank suspensions other than national, year ended June 30,1932
20
Number of all bank suspensions in the United States in the 1 lH years ended
June 30,1932, by States
20, 21
Organization and liquidation of national banks, year ended October 31,
1932, and since establishment of system
.
21-23
Branches of national banks:
Statements relative to
23
Number and kind of branches on February 25, 1927, and number and
manner of acquisition of additional branches, by years to close of
October 31, 1932
23
Number and kind of branches authorized and closed during year
ended October 31, 1932
.._-,24
Number and manner of acquisition of domestic branches during year
ended October 31, 1932, by States
24
Number and class of domestic branches closed during year ended
October 31, 1932, by States
25
Credit unions in the District of Columbia (authorized by act approved
June 23, 1932)
.
26
National banks in the trust field:
Statements relative to
__27
Fiduciary activities of, during year ended June 30, 1932, segregated
according to capital
28, 29
Fiduciary activities of, during year ended June 30, 1932, segregated
according to population of places in which banks are located
29-32
Fiduciary activities of, by Federal reserve districts, June 30, 1932
32, 33
Classification of investments in living and court trust accounts under
administration by the active national-bank trust departments, on
June 30, 1932, segregated according to capital of banks and population of places in which banks are located
33,34
Classification of investments in living and court trust accounts under
administration by the active national-bank branches with trust
departments on June 30, 1932, segregated according to population
of places in which branches are located
34
Fiduciary activities of branches of national banks during year ended
June 30, 1932, segregated according to population of places in which
branches are located._...
.
35, 36




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National-bank circulation:
Statements relative to
Statement of capital stock of national banks, national-bank notes, and
Federal reserve bank notes outstanding, bonds on deposit, etc., July
1, 1932
Bond transactions relative to, year ended October 31, 1932
Redemption of national and Federal reserve bank circulation, year ended
June 30, 1932
National banks of issue
Condition of national banks at date of each call during year ended October
31, 1932__.
Principal items of resources and liabilities of national banks, September 30,
1932
National-bank liabilities on account of bills payable and rediscounts at
date of each call during year ended October 31, 1932
Loans and discounts of national banks:
Classification of, June 30, 1930, 1931, and 1932
Classification of, by reserve cities and States, June 30, 1932
Comparative statement of, as of June 30, for the last three years, 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 owned, and
the amount of reserve of national banks with Federal reserve banks
since June 30, 1928
United States Government securities owned by national banks:
Classification of, by reserve cities and States, June 30, 1932
Investments of national banks:
Comparison of, June 30, 1930, 1931, and 1932
United States Government, domestic, and foreign bonds, securities, etc.,
owned by national banks:
Classification of, by reserve cities and States, June 30, 1932
Earnings, expenses, and dividends of national banks:
Comparison of, years ended June 30, 1931 and 1932
Abstract of reports of—
By reserve cities and States, j^ear ended June 30, 1932
r__
By Federal reserve districts, year ended June 30, 1932
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
June30, 1918 to 1932
Number of national banks, capital, surplus, net addition to profits,
dividends, and percentage ratios, years ended June 30, 1914 to 1932
National banks classified according to capital stock, December 31, 1931:
Number, loans and discounts, bonds and securities owned, aggregate
resources, capital, surplus and undivided profits, and total deposits
of
Federal reserve banks:
Assets and liabilities of the 12 Federal reserve banks combined, as of
the last weekly statement date in October, 1930 to 1932.
Principal assets and liabilities of the 12 Federal reserve banks combined, on the last weekly statement date in each month, from
January, 1930, to October, 1932
.
New York clearing house:
Statements relative to transactions of, year ended September 30,1932_
Clearing-house associations in the 12 Federal reserve bank cities and
elsewhere:
Statements relative to transactions of, year ended September 30, 1932_
Banks, all reporting June 30, 1932:
Summary of resources and liabilities of, by classes of banks
Abstract of resources and liabilities of, by States
Resources and liabilities of, June 30, 1928 to 1932
Principal items of resources and liabilities of, in the continental
United States, as compared with similar data for member banks of
the Federal reserve system
Per capita demand and time and savings deposits, by States
Savings deposits and depositors, according to classes of banks, by
States....
._



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71
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National banks, resources and liabilities of, June 30, 1928 to 1932
_.
95
Banks other than national:
List of officials of State banking departments and number of each
class of banks under their supervision from which reports of condition were received
95-97
Resources and liabilities of all, June 30, 1928 to 1932
98
State (commercial), resources and liabilities of, June 30,1928 to 1932__
99
Loan and trust companies, resources and liabilities of, June 30, 1928
to 1932
.
100
Stock savings—
Resources and liabilities of, June 30, 1928 to 1932
101
Number of savings depositors, amount of savings deposits, and
average deposit account, by States, June 30, 1931 and 1932_. 102
Mutual savings—
Resources and liabilities of, June 30, 1928 to 1932
103
Number of savings depositors, amount of savings deposits, and
average deposit account, by States, June 30, 1931 and 1932__ 104
Stock and mutual savings, number of savings depositors, amount of
savings deposits, and average amount due each depositor, June 30,
1914 to 1932
105
Private, resources and liabilities of, June 30, 1928 to 1932
106
Banks in District of Columbia:
Resources and liabilities of, by classes, June 30, 1932
107, 108
Resources and liabilities of national banks in, June 30, 1928 to 1932. 109
Resources and liabilities of loan and trust companies in, June 30, 1928
to 1932
110
Resources and liabilities of savings and State banks in, June 30, 1928
to 1932
111
Earnings, expenses, and dividends of, other than national, 6-month
periods ended December 31, 1931, and June 30, 1932, and comparison of, in years ended June 30, 1931 and 1932
112
Building and loan associations in the District of Columbia—
Number of, loans, installments on shares, and aggregate resources, years ended June 30, 1914 to 1932. _.
113
Building and loan associations in the United States:
Statistics relative to, by States, year ended 1931 _
113,114
Mortgage loan investments held by, in 1930 and 1931, by States
115
Failures of, each year 1920 to 1931
1
115
Money in the United States:
Stock of, years ended June 30, 1914 to 1932
116
Imports and exports of merchandise, gold, and silver, calendar years
1914 to 1931, and from January 1 to September 30, 1932
116, 117
Federal land banks, condition of, September 30, 1932
. 117, 118
Joint-stock land banks, condition of, September 30, 1932
118, 119
Federal intermediate credit banks, condition of, September 30, 1932__. 119,120
National agricultural credit corporations
120
United States Postal Savings System:
Statistics relative to activities of, years ended June 30,1931 and 1932.. 120-124
School savings banking:
Statistics relative to, in each State, in school years 1930-31 and 193132, and summary each school year since 1919-20
125, 126
Expenses of the Currency Bureau:
Summary of, in the fiscal year ended June 30, 1932
126 127




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Pago

No. 24. United States bonds (circulation)—-monthly range of prices in
New York, November, 1931, to October, 1932
167, 168
No. 25. Number, capital stock, and circulation outstanding of national
banks issuing circulating notes, together with the number and
capital stock of national banks not issuing circulating notes,
June 30, 1932, by reserve cities and States
16S-170
No. 26. National-bank notes issued, redeemed, and outstanding, by denominations and amounts, on October 31, each year 1930 to
1932
171
No. 27. National-bank currencv issued to banks monthly from November
1, 1931, to October 31, 1932, and since 1863—*
172
No. 28. National-bank notes received monthly for redemption during
year ended October 31, 1932
172
No. 29. National-bank notes received at currency bureau and destroyed
since establishment of the system
173
No. 30. National-bank notes issued during each year 1914 to 1932, national-bank notes of active, insolvent, and liquidated banks
destroyed, total destructions for each year, and percentage of
destructions to issues
- 173
No. 31. Amount, denomination, and cost of national-bank currency received from Bureau of Engraving and Printing, year ended
October 31, 1932
.___
..__
174
No. 32. Vault account of currency received and issued by currencj7 bureau
during the year, and the amount on hand October 31, 1932
174
No. 33. Vault account of currency received and destroyed during vear
ended October 31, 19321
1
__._ 174
No. 34. Amount of currencv received for redemption, by months, from
July 1, 1931, to June 30, 1932, and counted into cash of the
National Bank Redemption Agency
:
174
No. 35. Amount of currency received by National Bank Redemption
Agency for redemption in year ended June 30, 1932, from principal cities
175
No. 36. Cost of redemption of national-bank notes during year ended
June 30, 1932
175
No. 37. 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, 1932
176
No. 38. Taxes assessed on national-bank circulation, years ended June 30,
1864 to 1932; cost of redemption, 1874 to 1932; and assessments
for cost of plates, etc., 1883 to 1932
176
No. 39. Federal reserve notes outstanding according to weekly statements (amount issued by Federal reserve agents to Federal
reserve banks less notes redeemed), and collateral security
therefor, from November 4, 1931, to October 26, 1932
1 177
No. 40. Federal reserve notes, segregated by series, printed, shipped and
canceled, issued to banks, retired, and destroyed since organi
zation of the banks, with the balance in vaults and amount outstanding October 31, 1932
178-180
No. 41. Aggregate amount of Federal reserve bank notes printed, issued,
canceled, and redeemed, by denominations, since the inauguration of the Federal reserve system, and amount outstanding
October 31, 1932
I
180
No. 42. National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October
31, 1932, capital at-date of organization, capital and deposits at
date of failure, dividends paid while solvent, and circulation
outstanding, etc
.
181-206
No. 42a. State banks under supervision of Comptroller of the Currency,
in charge of receivers during year ended October 31, 1932,
dates of organization and appointment of receivers, capital at
date of organization and at date of failure, dividends paid
while solvent and total deposits at date of failure
207




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No. 43. National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October
31, 1932, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing,
with nominal amounts of total assets a t date of failure and
additional assets acquired subsequent thereto, capital stock and
stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources including
offsets allowed together with the disposition of such collections,
and various other data indicating the progress or results of
liquidation to October 31, 1932
208-271
No. 43a. State banks under supervision of Comptroller of the Currency,
in charge of receivers during year ended October 31, 1932, dates
of organization, appointment of receivers, and final closing, with
nominal amounts of total assets at date of failure and additional
assets acquired subsequent thereto, capital stock and stock
assessments, amounts collected from all sources including
offsets allowed together with the disposition of such collections,
and various other data indicating the progress or results of
liquidation to October 31, 1932
272, 273
No. 44. National banks restored to solvency after having been placed in
charge of receivers
274, 275
No. 44a. National banks restored to solvency which subsequently became
insolvent
275
No. 45. Dividends paid to creditors of insolvent national banks during the
year ended October 31, 1932
276-286
No. 46. National banks placed in charge of receivers the affairs of which
have been closed, by years, from April 14, 1865, to October 31,
1932, with amounts of total nominal assets, capital stock, circulation outstanding and total deposits a t date of failure, together with various data indicating the results of liquidation,
for those receiverships closed through liquidation
287-291
No. 47. National banks placed in charge of receivers the affairs of which
have been closed, by States, from April 14, 1865, to October 31,
1932, with amounts of total nominal assets, capital stock, cir
culation outstanding and total deposits a t date of failure, together with various data indicating the results of liquidation,
for those receiverships closed through liquidation_ .
292-295
No. 48. Dates of reports of condition of national banks from 1914 to 1932. 296
No. 49. Condition of foreign branches of National City Bank and Chase
National Bank, of New York, N. Y., First National Bank of
Boston, Mass., and Bank of America National Trust and
Savings Association of San Francisco, Calif., on June 30,1932 297-303
No. 50. Number, capital stock paid in, circulation outstanding, and aggregate resources of national banks a t date of each report from
April 6, 1925, to September 30, 1932, money in t h e United
States on June 30 each year, etc
304
No. 51. Abstract of reports of condition of national banks in the central
reserve cities of New York and Chicago, in other reserve cities,
and elsewhere, at close of business September 30, 1932
305
No. 52. Abstract of reports of condition of national banks in central
reserve and other reserve cities and country banks December
31, 1931, and June 30, 1932
306 307
No. 53. Classification of amounts "due from" and " d u e t o " banks
reported by national banks December 31, 1931, and June 30,
1932
308-315
No. 54. Classification of demand and time deposits in national banks
December 31, 1931, and June 30, 1932..
.
___ 316-323
No. 55. Classification of bills pa3~able and rediscounts of national banks
December 31, 1931, and June 30, 1932
324-329
No. 56. Classification of ca.sh in vaults of national banks December 31,
1931, and June 30, 1932
330 331
No. 57. Gold and silver coin, certificates, legal tenders, and other cur. rency held by national banks a t date of each call from April 6,
1925, to September 30, 1932
332
No. 58. Gold, etc., held by national banks in the central reserve city of
New York at date of each call from April 6, 1925, to September
30, 1932
333
No. 59. Reserve computation of national banks December 31, 1931, and
June 30, 1932
..
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CONTENTS

APPENDIX
TABLES
Page

131
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, 1932__..>
131-133
No. 3. Number of national banks organized since February 25, 1863,
number passed out of the system, and number in existence
October 31, 1932
.
133
No. 4. Authorized capital stock of national banks on the first day of
each month from January, 1928, to November, 1932, United
State? bonds on deposit to secure circulation, circulation
secured by bonds on deposit, the amount of lawful money
on deposit to redeem circulation, and national-bank notes outstanding
134
No. 5 National banks reported in liquidation from November 1, 1931,
to October 31,1932, the names, where known, of succeeding banks
in cases of succession, with date of liquidation and capital
135-141
No. 6 Capital stock, surplus, undivided profits, and aggregate resources
of banks consolidated under act of November 7, 1918, as
amended February 25, 1927, for the year ended October 31,
1932, as shown by their last reports prior to consolidation-_ 142, 143
No. 7 National banks consolidated under act of November 7, 1918, their
capital, surplus, undivided profits, and aggregate resources,
year ended October 31, 1932
144
No. 8 State banks and national banks consolidated under act of February 25, 1927, their consolidated capital, surplus, undivided
profits, and aggregate resources, year ended October 31, 1932_ 145
No. 9 Number and capital of State banks converted into national banking associations in each State and Territory from 1863 to October 31, 1932
„
146
No. 10 Conversions of State banks and primary organizations as national
banks from March 14, 1900, to October 31, 1932146
No. 11 Number of national banks increasing their capital, together with
the amount of increase monthly for years ended October 31,
since 1927
147
No. 12. 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
147
No. 13. Total number of national banks organized, consolidated under
act of November 7, 1918, insolvent, in voluntary liquidation,
and in existence on October 31, 1932
148
No. 14. Changes of corporate title of national banks, year ended October
31, 1932
149
No. 15. Changes of corporate title incident to consolidations of national
banks and of State banks with national banks, year ended
October 31, 1932
.
150
No. 16. National banks chartered during year ended October 31, 1932. 151-153
No. 17. National banks chartered which are conversions of State banks
during year ended October 31, 1932._>_
153
No. 18. National banks, by States and geographical divisions, organized,
failed, and reported in voluntary liquidation during vear ended
October 31, 1932
1
153, 154
No. 19. Number and classification of national banks chartered monthly
during year ended October 31, 1932
155
No. 20. Principal "items of resources and liabilities of national banks,
classified according to capital stock, December 31, 1931
156-163
No. 21. United States bonds on deposit to secure circulating notes of
national banks on October 31, 1910 to 1932
164
No. 22. Profit on national bank note circulation, based upon a deposit of
$100,000 United States consols of 1930 and Panama Canal
loans, at the average net price, monthly, during year ended
October 31, 1932
„
„."_
165, 166
No. 23. Investment value of United States bonds—Panama Canal loans,
and 2's of 1930
167



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No. 87. Abstract of resources and liabilities of all reporting State and
private banks on or about June 30, each year, 1914 to 1932
559
No. 88. Abstract of resources and liabilities of all reporting national
banks on or about June 30, each year, 1914 to 1932
560
No. 89. Abstract of resources and liabilities of all reporting banks on or
about June 30, each year, 1914 to 1932
561
No. 90. Statement of the transactions of the New York Clearing House
for 79 years, and separately for each year, 1914 to 1932, the
number of banks, aggregate capital, clearings, balances, average of dail}^ clearings and balances, and the percentage of
balances to clearings. „
562
No. 91. Comparative statement for 1932 and 1931 of transactions of
the New York Clearing House, showing decrease in aggregate
clearings and balances
562
No. 92. Exchanges, balances, percentages of balances to exchanges, and
percentages of funds used in settlement of balances by the New
York Clearing House in each year from 1914 to 1932
563
No. 93. Comparative statement of exchanges of clearing houses of the
United States for years ended September 30, 1932 and 1931_ 563-566
No. 94. 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, 1932 and 1931
1
567
No. 95. Bank suspensions, by States, in the six months ended December 31,
1931
568,569
No. 96. Bank suspensions, by States, in the six months ended June 30,
1932
570, 571
No. 97. Bank suspensions, by States, in the year ended June 30, 1932__ 572, 573
No. 98. Bank suspensions, 1864 to 1932
1
574
TABLE J. Statements of resources and liabilities of the individual national banks
(States, Territories, and towns arranged alphabetically) a t close of
business December 31,1932. ^Omitted from this report and published
as a separate table.)




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No. 60. Aggregate resources and liabilities of national banks from April,
1925, to September, 1932
342-349
No. 61. Abstract of reports of condition of national banks, according to
reserve cities and States, at date of each call during 3-ear ended
October 31, 1932___
.
351-464
No. 62. Abstract of reports of condition of national banks in each Federal
reserve district December 31, 1931, and June 30, 1932
465-468
No. 63. Classification of loans and discounts of national banks, December
31, 1931
469-473
No. 64. Classification of United States Government securities owned by
national banks December 31, 1931
474, 475
No. 65. United States Government, domestic, and foreign bonds, securities, etc., owned by national banks December 31, 1931
476-479
No. 66. Abstract of reports of earnings, expenses, and dividends of national banks for the period of six months ended December 31,
1931
.
4S0-4S9
No. 67. Abstract of reports of earnings, expenses, and dividends of national banks, by Federal reserve districts, six months ended
December 31, 1931
490, 491
No. 68. Abstract of reports of earnings, expenses, and dividends of national banks for the period of six months ended June 30, 1932_ 492-501
No. 69. Abstract of reports of earnings, expenses, and dividends of national banks, by Federal reserve districts, six months ended
June 30, 1932__I
502, 503
No. 70. __.bstract of reports of savings and State banks in the District of
Columbia at date of each call during j-ear ended October 31,
1932
504
No. 71. Abstract of reports of loan and trust companies in the District of
Columbia at date of each call during year ended October 31,
504
1932.
.----.-.
No. 72. Principal items of resources and liabilities of each savings and
State bank in the District of Columbia, September 30, 1932_ 505, 506
No. 73. Principal items of resources and liabilities of each loan, and trust
company in the District of Columbia, September 30, 1932
507
No. 74. Principal items of resources and liabilities of savings and State
banks in the District of Columbia on or about October 1, 1914
to 1932
„
508
No. 75. Principal items of resources and liabilities of loan and trust companies in the District of Columbia on or about October 1, 1914
to 1932
508
No. 76. Individual statements of resources and liabilities of the 26 building and loan associations in the District of Columbia on or
about June 30, 1932
509, 510
No. 77. 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,
1931
511
No. 78. Summary of resources and liabilities, receipts and disbursements
of building and loan associations in the District of Columbia
for the six months ended on or about June 30, 1932
512
No. 79. Abstract of resources and liabilities of State (commercial) banks
June 30, 1932
513-521
No. 80. Abstract of resources and liabilities of loan and trust companies
June 30, 1932
522-529
No. 81. Abstract of resources and liabilities of stock savings banks June
30, 1932
7--.-.-530-533
No. 82. Abstract of resources and liabilities of mutual savings banks June
30, 1932
534-537
No. 83. Abstract of resources and liabilities of private banks June 30,
1932
538-541
No. 84. Abstract of resources and liabilities of State (commercial), savings
and private banks, and loan and trust companies June 30,1932. 542-549
No. 85. Abstract of resources and liabilities of national banks June 30,
1932
550-557
No. 86. Gold, silver, etc., held by banks other than national, June, 1914
to 1932
I
.
_
.
558



REPORT
OF THE

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

Washington, December 5, 1982,
SIR: I have the honor to submit the following annual report in
accordance with the provisions of section 333 of the United States
Revised Statutes, covering the activities of the Currency Bureau,
in the year ended October 31, 1932. This is the seventieth report
made to the Congress since the organization of the bureau. The
period up to and including September 20 embraces the administration
of Hon. John W. Pole, who resigned the office of Comptroller of the
Currency, effective on that date. The provisions of section 327 of
United States Revised Statutes provides that during a vacancy in
the office of Comptroller of the Currency the Deputy Comptroller
therein provided for shall possess the power and perform the duties
attached by law to that office. Such a vacancy thus existing, the
duties of the office have devolved upon me as Acting Comptroller
and in that capacity I submit this report.
The last three annual reports of the Comptroller of the Currency
have contained recommendations at length for amendments to the
national bank act. These recommendations and the statistical
information compiled to illustrate and support them are so complete
that there appears no necessity for me to discuss them further at this
time. Legislation dealing with the subject matter of these recommendations has already been drafted by the Senate Committee on
Banking and Currency and is now pending in Congress.
In the period embraced by this report the banking business continued to reflect the economic depression from which the country has
suffered during the past three years. In the first two years of the
depression the effect of these adverse conditions was more marked in
industry and trade than in banking. During the past year, however,
the banking situation became acute owing to heavy depreciation of all
values, to large foreign withdrawals of gold, and a widespread movement toward the hoarding of currency.
Hoarding of currency on a large scale reflected primarily an impairment of confidence. The decline in business activity which started
in 1929 was characterized in agricultural areas by a sharp decline in
farm income and in urban areas by contraction in industry, trade,
and employment, a stagnant market for real estate and a general
decline in security values. All of these factors had unfavorable
effects on the position of banks and there were many bank suspensions. Beginning with the autumn of 1930 these general unfavorable
economic conditions were accentuated in their effect on banks by a




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demand for currency for hoarding purposes. This movement' became even stronger in the autumn of 1931, with a rapid increase in
bank suspensions. At its peak in the middle of July, 1932, the
increase in currency hoarded in this country reached a total estimated to be in excess of $1,500,000,000.
While the initial cause of hoarding was in the suspension of a large
number of individual banks rather than in a lack of normal liquidity
or soundness in the banks as a whole, the hoarding movement in
itself added to the strain on the banks. Withdrawals of deposits
for the purpose of hoarding differ from withdrawal for ordinary
business purposes in that the funds involved are not returned to
the banks by the recipient of the funds. Currency that is withdrawn
for hoarding does not shift resources from one bank to another, but
causes a net loss in resources to all banks as a whole. Furthermore,
this loss is of cash, which is reserve money and is replenished by the
banking system largely through recourse to the Federal reserve banks.
By the autumn of 1931, when the rate of bank suspensions reached
a maximum, the movement toward hoarding became a major factor
in the banking situation. An important section of the public had
become apprehensive over the safety of its deposits, so that many
sound banks, in order to meet the withdrawals of cash and of gold
for export were obliged to sell investments and dispose of other liquid
assets under the most adverse conditions. As a result of this intensified liquidation, there was further sharp contraction in the volume of
bank credit, and further severe declines in security prices and other
values, which only complicated the difficulties with wThich banks as a
group were confronted. To meet these conditions, the National
Credit Corporation was organized to provide for mutual assistance
among the banks and later the Reconstruction Finance Corporation
was created to bring the national credit to the aid of our banking
and other financial institutions.
The organization of these agencies had a reassuring effect, and
their operation aided banks in meeting withdrawals by depositors
without sacrificing sound assets or being obliged to suspend, and also
of removing from the investment markets the pressure of forced
sales of securities by banks. Bank suspensions in consequence greatly
diminished in number and, with a return of confidence, the hoarding
of currency decreased.
The easing of the strain on the banks of the United States during
the past eight months has been reflected in an abatement in the
number of bank suspensions. Failures of all banks in this country
during the current report year dropped from 358 in December to
342 in January, 121 in February, 48 in March, 74 in April, 82 in May,
151 in June, 132 in July, 85 in August, 67 in September, and 97 in
October.
However, gratifying as this improvement may be, we can not
escape the fact that the year 1932 has been characterized by a continuation of an alarming number of bank failures, and wTe know that
a continued improvement in business and support by credit agencies
of the Government will not of themselves correct the defects existing
in our banking structure or reach the root of so many bank failures.
During the past 12 years 10,484 banks, with deposit liabilities of
$4,882,481,000, have failed in this country. Of this number, 1,571
were national banks, with deposits of $1,143,857,000, and 8^913 were



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banks other than national, with deposits of $3,738,624,000. Yet
these figures do not reveal the whole of the damage done to our credit
structure by bank failures, since they do not include the millions of
dollars withdrawn from deposit in going banks or the amounts wrhich
failed to find their way into banks for deposit through fear engendered in the minds of depositors by bank failures and fanned by
rumors, which in many instances were malicious in character.
The following table gives the total number of bank failures and
their deposits, by years, from January 1, 1921, to October 31, 1932,
and classifies the number and deposits as to national and banks other
than national:
Bank suspensions by yearsy period 1921 through October, 19321 number of suspensions
and deposit liabilities of suspended banks, classified according to national banks
and State and private banks (banks closed to public on account of financial difficult
ties by order of supervisory authorities or directors of the bank)
Number of bank suspensions

Deposits of suspended banks
(in thousands of dollars)

Year
Total

1921
1922
1923
1924
1925
1926 - -1927
1928
1929
1930
1931
19321

National
banks

State and
private
banks

Total

National
banks

State and
private
banks

1

51
45
90
122
118
125
91
57
64
151
409
238

450
309
558
654
494
831
571
434
578
1,184
1,889
961

196,460
110, 721
188,701
213, 338
172, 900
272, 488
193, 891
138, 642
231, 532
864, 715
1, 691, 510
604,583

21,285
19,092
32,904
60,889
58, 537
47,866
46, 581
31,619
37, 007
173,290
439,171
175,616

175,175
91,629
155,797
152,449
114,363
224,622
147,310
107,023
197,525
691,425
1,252, 339
428,967

10,4S4

-

501
354
648
775
612
9M
692
491
612
1.345
2, 293
1,199

1,571

8,913

4, 882, 481

1,143, 857

3,733,624

For 10 months of 1932, January through October.
preliminary.

Figures for latest months of 1932 as to deposits ara

Those causes commonly referred to as being responsible for the
serious maladjustment in our economic order brought to a head difficulties previously existing and causes already in operation, and
therefore contributed the added strain which forced so many banks,
already laboring against odds, to suspend.
Bank failures have been most numerous among the smaller institutions, and since these institutions have in a large measure been located
in rural sections of the country, it naturally follows that in numbers
the rate of mortality has been higher among the so-called country
banks. Here credit conditions have been increasingly unfavorable
since 1920. The combined effect of declining prices, and of heavy
borrowing on real estate, livestock, and growing crops, together with
operating losses, has been a drain upon many of those rural sections
from which country banks have for years drawn a good percentage of
their deposits. It follows, therefore, from these and other economic
and social causes heretofore reviewed in the reports of the Comptroller
of the Currency, that in certain mid-Western, Northwestern, and
Southern States, predominantly agricultural, failures have been much
more numerous than in those States less dependent upon agriculture.
In the case of failures among larger banks located in cities, the
adverse economic conditions in recent years, coupled with mismanage-




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merit, accounted largely for their suspensions. Some of these institutions were involved to an excessive degree in loans depending
directly upon real estate.
In considering those causes responsible for bank failures in this
country, it is significant to note the rapid increase in the number of
banks chartered during the 20-}~ear period beginning June 30, 1900,
On this date the total of all reporting banks was 10,382, while 20 years
later, June 30, 1920, the total was 30,139, representing an increase of
19,757 chartered banks, or an average yearly increase of 988. While
these figures are net and therefore short of the actual number of
chartered banks by the number of suspensions, voluntary liquidations,
consolidations, etc., they are, nevertheless, large enough to reveal the
effects of the relaxation of requirements for organization and the
favorable economic developments of the period.
Lax State laws and the passage by the Congress of the act of March
14, 1900, reducing the minimum capitalization of national banks from
$50,000 to $25,000 facilitated the organization of thousands of small
banks in small towns, particularly in agricultural sections throughout
the country, while rising prices and increasing prosperity made it
possible for these banks to thrive. But with the turn of the times,
which set in with the beginning of the post-w^ar period, we have come
to realize the danger in permitting the organization of small undercapitalized institutions. These banks, many with incompetent management, have been forced to yield to the reverse of those economic conditions which made them prosperous. Failures amongj this type of
bank have been at a rate almost as great as that at which they were
organized. Of all suspended banks since 1920, 65.7 per cent have
had capital of less than $50,000.
Responsible also, and to a greater extent than is generally recognized, for the unfavorable banking conditions in country bank territory have been fundamental economic and social changes which had
their beginning early in the post-war period. Mergers, consolidations,
concentrations into larger units, with branches, for purposes of economy in production and distribution and accelerated transportation
have resulted in movements of capital and interests from the smaller
towns to larger commercial centers. The country banker, therefore,
finds his field for loans narrowed as to diversification and many of his
former sizable and profitable balances dwindled to mere pay-roll
balances.
Handicapped by the conditions referred to above, there is small
wonder that so many banks, under incompetent management in many
eases and with inadequate diversification, have not been able to withstand the drastic effects of a precipitous deflation. Moreover, we should
not lose sight of the effect of the competition in laxity existing in the
American banking system, consisting of 48 State systems in competition with one national system and with little or no correlation.
Increase in circulation of national-bank notes
The Congress in July passed the Federal home loan bank bill, which
incorporated a provision permitting a substantial increase in the circulation of national-bank notes by extending for a period of three years
the circulation privilege to all bonds of the United States Government
bearing interest at 3% per cent or less. In affixing his signature to this



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measure, which in effect permitted an expansion in the volume of
national-bank notes outstanding from about $700,000,000 to about
$1,700,000,000, the President gave to the press the following opinion
submitted to him by the Comptroller of the Currency on the practical
effect of the measure:
This section of the bill runs counter to the general plan established through
the Federal reserve act intended gradually to do away with an inflexible bondsecured currency and represents a backward step in currency and banking legislation, but in view of the fact that the provisions are limited to a 3-year
period I do not feel justified in recommending that the bill be vetoed, more especially as it is a rider to an important and constructive piece of legislation to
which it bears no relation.

In taking this adverse position on the merits of the measure, the
Comptroller was moved not only by the fact that any backward step
toward inelastic bond-secured currency was to be deplored, but also
by the consideration that the measure offered little promise of help in
the present emergency. Our chief currency difficulties during the
past year have arisen not out of a lack of power to issue currency, but
out of the hoarding of currency after it was issued. The power to
issue additional national bank notes, furthermore, was not spread
evenly over the country, but was concentrated largely in banks in
metropolitan centers most of which had no need for additional currency, as they already held large excess reserves. The Comptroller
also felt that the measure had possibilities of diminishing the effectiveness of the Federal reserve system, because national bank note issues,
in the absence of demand for additional currency, result in a decline of
Federal reserve notes in circulation and in a corresponding diminution
in the assets of the reserve banks, thus decreasing their contact with
and influence over credit conditions.
Issues of new national bank notes under the bill during the first
three months have aggregated $125,000,000. These issues have not
increased the total amount of currency outstanding, but have been
more than offset by retirement during the same period of Federal
reserve notes. This illustrates the elastic character of our Federal
reserve currency, which expands when there is a demand for more
currency and contracts when the demand diminishes for any reason,
including the issuance of currency by another agency like the national
banks. The principal effect of the measure on the currency to date,
therefore, has been to substitute inelastic national bank currency for
about $125,000,000 of elastic Federal reserve currency.
When the new national bank notes are retired in 1935, as they must
be under the law, their place will once more be taken by Federal
reserve notes, and the elasticity of the Federal reserve system is such
that this retirement need have no adverse effects on general credit
conditions. I recommend that no extension of this privilege be
given.
NATIONAL BANK FAILURES
During the year ended October 31, 1932, 336 national banks suspended operations due to closing, while 54 closed national banks were
restored to solvency or reorganized during a like period and either
reopened or sold to other institutions. In the same period receivers
were appointed for 380 national banks, of which total 47 appoint


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ments were made for the purpose of completing unfinished business
or to enforce stock assessments the collection of which was necessary
under contracts to succeeding institutions which purchased the assets
of the banks under terms by which depositors were paid in full. Of
the remaining 333 appointments for actual failures, 16 were terminated
by restorations to solvency, leaving 317 to be liquidated by receivers.
In addition to the 16 receivers' appointments during 1932 for actual
failures later terminated by restorations to solvency, 9 insolvent
national banks for which receivers were appointed in 1931 were also
restored to solvency during the current year, making a total of 25
receiverships restored to solvency during the year 1932. These
figures for the year 1932 may be compared with 339 receivers' appointments during the previous year for actual failures, 7 of which were
restored to solvency with the appointment of receivers for 30 banks
to complete unfinished business or to enforce stock assessments.
In addition to the 25 receiverships restored to solvency during the
year ended October 31, 1932, as mentioned above, there were during
such period 26 additional suspended national banks restored to
solvency without the appointment of receivers. The capitalization
of the 380 banks for which receivers were appointed during the past
year was $50,505,585, as compared with the capitalization of the 369
banks for which receivers were appointed during the previous year of
$46,862,000.
While the year ended October 31, 1932, has proved to be a severe
one with respect to national-bank suspensions, as evidenced by the 336
suspensions during such period compared with 386 suspensions during
the year ended October 31, 1931, it is nevertheless found that the 100
suspensions of national banks during the month of October, 1931,
still remain as a peak figure, with 74 national-bank suspensions in
January being the nearest approach thereto during the year 1932.
It may also be noted that the 100 national-bank suspensions in
October, 1931, involved approximately $111,000,000 in deposits as
against approximately half that amount or $63,500,000 of deposits in
the 74 suspensions in January, 1932.
National-bank suspensions, reorganizations, and restorations to solvency, by months,
for report year ended October SI, 19S2
NTumber
of banks

Month

Total deposits

SUSPENSIONS

1931:
November
December

$28,039,000
87,448,000

1832:

January
February.
March
April
May...
June
July
August
September
October

.-

Total




63,686,000
17,098,000
4, 484, 000
2, 634,000
6, 258,000
42, 474, 000
17, 546,000
11,853,000
2,980,000
6, 603, 000
336 291, 103, 000

Number Total deposits
of banks

Month
REORGANIZATIONS AND RESTORATIONS TO SOLVENCY
1931:

November.
December
1932:
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
Total.

$2, 003,199
1,120,619

-

3,612,740
7, 279, 751
8,884, 511
1, 648, 789
2,445,969
2, 666,517
11,227,237
4,397, 598
1, 839, 345
7,533,986
54, 660, 261

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Suspensions by size of capital stock, 1982.—It will be found interesting to consider the character of the 336 suspensions during the year
ended October 31, 1932. As indicated by figures compiled over prior
years, all national-bank suspensions with capital of $25,000 or less
amounted to 32.1 per cent of the total of such suspensions during the
period 1921 to 1931, inclusive; 41.4 per cent were of capital from $25,000
to $100,000, but not including $100)000; 16.9 per cent were of capital
from $100,000 to $200,000, but not including $200,000, with the
remaining 9.6 per cent of capital of $200,000 or more.
National-bank suspensions during the current year appear to have
departed somewrhat from this capital stock set-up for prior years to
the extent that only approximately 23.5 per cent of the 336 suspensions
during the year ended October 31, 1932, had capital of $25,000 or less;
35.7 per cent capital of $25,000 to $100,000, but not including $100,000;
22 per cent capital of $100,000 to $200,000, but not including $200,000;
and 18.8 per cent capital of $200,000 or more. However, these national-bank suspensions for the year 1932 still indicate the preponderance of insolvencies as generally in the smaller bank class, the total
percentage of such failures with capital of less than $200,000 amounting to 81.2 per cent of total failures.
The following table indicates the comparative percentages by size
of capital stock of national-bank suspensions for the year ended
October 31, 1932, and for the period 1921 to 1931, inclusive, as well
as of all bank suspensions for the period 1921 to 1931, inclusive:
Bank suspensions by size of capital stock, year ended October 81, 1932, and for period
calendar years 1921 to 1981, inclusive
Per cent of total number suspensions

Capital stock of—

National - National bank sus- bank suspensions,
pensions,
year
period
ended Oct. 1921-1S31
31, 1932

AH bank
suspensions, period 19211931

23.5
8.0
27.7
22.0
17.3
1.5
0

32.1
8.7
32.7
16.9
8.9
.7
0

57.5
9.1
17.9
8.8
4.7
.5
1.5

100.0

$25,000 and less
$25,001 to $49,000—
$50,000 to $99,000___.
$100,000 to $199,000.
$200,000 to $999,000.
$1,000,000 and over.
Not available

100.0 |

100.0

Suspensions by size oj town or city, 1982.—In a consideration of
national-bank suspensions during the year ended October 31, 1932,
with respect to the relative size of town or city in which located, it
may first be noted that of all bank suspensions, both national and
State for the period 1921 to 1931, inclusive, 56 per cent thereof wrere
located in towrns of 1,000 population or less, 19.4 per cent in towns of
1,000 to 2,500 population, 12.7 per cent in towns of 2,500 to 10,000
population, 4 per cent in cities of 10,000 to 25,000 population, and
7.9 per cent in cities with a population of 25,000 or more.
National-bank suspensions during the current year as compared to
figures above for all bank suspensions, 1921 to 1931, show^ a tendency
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toward larger population centers to the extent that 20.2 per cent of
such suspensions during the year ended October 31, 1932, occurred in
towns of 1,000 population or less, 24.4 per cent in towns of 1,000 to
2,500 population, 28.6 per cent in towns of 2,500 to 10,000 population,
13.7 per cent in cities of 10,000 to 25,000 population, and the remaining
13.1 per cent in cities with a population of 25,000 or more. It would
appear from this compilation of national-bank suspensions by size of
town or city that the smaller towns and cities are, under the prevailing
structures of our banking systems, particularly susceptible to bank
suspensions. It should be noted, however, that the differences outlined above between the status of all bank suspensions, both State
and national, 1921 to 1931 and national-bank suspensions for the year
1932, are accounted for to some extent by reason of the fact that State
banks included in the first group had in a great many cases capital
of less than $25,000, the minimum for national banks, and therefore,
tend to make up the major portion of banks and bank failures in the
towns of very small population.
Reorganizations
In addition to the 25 national-bank receiverships restored to solvency during the year ended October 31, 1932, as mentioned in a
preceding paragraph, there were during such period 26 closed national
banks restored^ to solvency without the intervening appointments of
receivers and either reopened or sold to other institutions. With the
above restorations may also be included three receiverships reorganized
during the period. The combined total of 54 closed national banks
thus reorganized or restored to solvency during the past year had
assets at date of suspension aggregating approximately $110,851,769,
with deposit liabilities of $54,660,261.
The reorganizations or restorations of these banks to a condition
of solvency with the provision of prompt and much-needed relief to
distressed depositors were, of course, due primarily to the initiative
and enterprise of local interests, assisted in the majority of cases by
the grants of loans for reorganization purposes by the Reconstruction
Finance Corporation. However, all assistance and cooperation
possible were extended by this office to further the success of these
reorganizations as well as other similar projects not finally successful.
Much time and effort have been spent in attempting reorganizations
which this office has been unable to approve, due to their unsoundness.
Some plans failed due to the inability to raise sufficient new capital
funds in a community, but far too many reorganizations are promoted by groups with selfish motives who desire to effect reorganizations and thus escape some liability at the expense of the depositors
of the bank.
There rests on the Comptroller of the Currency the duty to determine whether or not a reorganization plan is to the best interests of
the creditors of the suspended banks involved and whether the adoption of such a plan will result in the reorganization of a bank on a
sound basis. Even though all or substantially all of the creditors of
suspended banks may indicate their desire for the adoption of a plan
by executing a creditor's agreement to that effect, if the plan appears
unsatisfactory or is not for the best interest of the general public,
it follows that the Comptroller must disapprove. A bank reopened



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on an unsound basis merely lays a foundation for trouble in the future
and a recurrence of our present difficulties.
Liquidation
Costs, economies, and 'personnel.—During the year ended October
.31, 1932, this office has endeavored through its Insolvent National
Bank Division to do everything possible toward the accomplishment
of a rapid and efficient program of liquidation with as adequate and
prompt relief to depositors as consistent with a proper disposition of
the problems encountered. Attention is directed to data incorporated
in a later paragraph of this report indicating that the entire cost of
this great liquidating operation for the year ended October 31, 1932,
was but 3.2 per cent of the total collections from all sources, including
offsets allowed. This remarkably low proportion of cost to collections
for the past year ma}^ be compared with a similar percentage of 3
per cent for the year 1931. It should be borne in mind, however,
that these figures do not represent the final average cost on banks
fully liquidated, since in the latter part of any receivership the prime
assets have been collected and the cost of collection increases on
the secondary or remaining assets.
Total collections from all sources by receivers of insolvent national
banks during the past year amounted to approximately $234,150,000
and for the two years ended October 31, 1932, $352,000,000.
Due to the increase during the past year in the number of nationalbank receiverships it has, of course, been necessary to select and
appoint a certain number of new men to serve in the positions of
national-bank receivers. These appointments have been made with
great care and with a view to obtaining men of the caliber and ability
to efficiently and economically direct the liquidation of our insolvent
national banks. It has also been the policy of this office to consolidate
where possible and advisable a number of national-bank receiverships
under the administration of one receiver, thereby effecting considerable economies in the operation of small or inactive trusts without
the sacrifice of essential results or efficiency in the way of liquidation
obtained.
Expedition of liquidation.—In facilitating the prompt liquidation of
national-bank receiverships with a view of affording early and substantial relief to the depositors and creditors thereof, recourse has
been had in some 12 instances during the past year to the so-called
Spokane plan of liquidation or variations thereof. This method of
liquidation, first attempted to an appreciable extent in 1929, contemplates where possible, and as soon as possible after failure, the sale
to local going institutions at par value and interest of such assets of
the failed banks as are found acceptable to such purchasers. The proceeds of the assets thus sold are immediately paid out in dividends to
the depositors of the closed banks, resulting in each case of this kind
in prompt and substantial relief to the distressed depositors.
The 12 instances of this manner of liquidation during the year
ended October 31, 1932, resulted in the immediate payment of dividends aggregating in all approximately $22,500,000, or an amount
equivalent to some 20 per cent of all dividends paid in every manner
during the year. As a typical example of this situation, one of the
receiverships included in the 12 instances referred to above sold a



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large portion of its assets to a local going institution and was thereby
able to pay a 50 per cent dividend of approximately $13,000,000
within three months after the date of failure. This plan of providing
for an early payment of dividends has to some extent now been rendered obsolete through the availability of Reconstruction Finance
loans for a like purpose, although in those cases where it can be most
advantageously applied such plan nevertheless has certain advantages
over the Reconstruction Finance loan proceedings.
Since the availability several months ago of loans from the Reconstruction Finance Corporation to receivers of insolvent national banks
for the payments of dividends to creditors thereof every effort has been
made by this office to facilitate the application for these loans in all
cases possible as well as the prompt distribution of the proceeds
thereof in the form of dividends. In this connection it may be of
interest to note that total loans received from the Reconstruction
Finance Corporation for this purpose to October 31, 1932, amounted
to approximately $23,684,500. The general beneficial effect of these
loans is evident from the fact that the proceeds thereof hastened and
increased the payments of dividends to creditors of 405 insolvent
national banks located in 37 of the 48 States of the United States,
The average total of loans in each State to October 31, 1932, was
approximately $640,000.
Time required for liquidation.—Relative to the length of time required to complete liquidation of closed national banks, a compilation
has been made covering insolvent national banks finally closed, period
November 1, 1921, to October 31, 1931, as well as for those receiverships finally closed during the year ended October 31, 1932. From
data compiled it has been found that insolvent national banks finally
closed during the year ended October 31, 1932, excluding those banks
which were restored to solvency and those for which receivers were
appointed for the purpose of levying and collecting stock assessments
only, required an average period of five years and six months for complete liquidation, with a minimum period of 10 months, In connection
with insolvent national banks the affairs of which were finally closed,
period November 1, 1921, to October 31, 1931, excluding those suspensions later restored to solvency and banks for which receivers were
appointed to levy and collect stock assessments only, the average
period of liquidation is found to have been four years and seven
months.
Receiverships, year ended October 31, 1982

Of the 380 national banks for which receivers were appointed during the past year, 16 banks were restored to solvency and either
reopened or sold to other institutions, leaving 364 banks to be administered by receivers. Of the 364 banks so administered by receivers, 47 appointments were made for the purpose of completing
unfinished business or to enforce stock assessments, leaving 317
banks to be actually liquidated by receivers.
The capital of the 380 insolvent national banks was $50,505,585.
The capital of the 16 banks restored to solvency was $2,060,000.
The capital of the 47 banks for which receivers were appointed to
complete unfinished business or to enforce stock assessments was
$9,095,000 and the capital of the remaining 317 banks to be actually
liquidated by receivers was $39,350,585.



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The capital of the 364 banks administered by receivers was
$48,445,585 and there had been levied by the Comptroller of the
Currency to October 31, 1932, stock assessments against their shareholders in the amount of $42,915,585. Figures as to total assets for
20 of these banks are not as yet available due to insufficient time
having elapsed since dates of the more recent failures to allow
receivers to make proper audits and submit first reports of condition. However, the 344 banks with capital stock of $45,220,585
for which first reports of condition were available to October 31,'
1932, had assets aggregating $406,606,401. Collections from these
assets including offsets allowed and collections from stock assess*
ments as reported by receivers to September 30, 1932, amounted to
25.87 per cent of such assets and stock assessments. These collections and the disposition thereof were as follows:
Collections:
Collections from assets, including offsets allowed
$108, 558, 497
Collections from stock assessments
8, 270, 919
Unpaid balance Reconstruction Finance Corporation loans__
2, 990, 590
Total

119,820,006

Disposition of collections:
Dividends paid to unsecured creditors. (Unsecured liabilities
at date of failure as reported by receivers aggregated
$229,916,312).._
Dividends paid to secured creditors. (Secured liabilities at
date of failure as reported by receivers aggregated
$96,140,777)
Payments to secured and preferred creditors other than
through dividends
Offsets allowed and settled
Disbursements for the protection of assets
Payment of receivers' salaries, legal, and other expenses
Cash returned to shareholders
Cash balances in hands of comptroller and receivers
Total

.

21, 078, 195
1, 454, 765
54, 541, 172
13, 826, 855
516, 416
2, 598, 443
None:
25, 804, 160
119,820,006

In addition to the above record, it is found that total secured and
unsecured claims proved as reported by receivers to September 30,
1932, in connection with these banks aggregated $104,312,687,
The outstanding circulation of the 364 receiverships at date of failure
was $21,949,012, secured by United States bonds on deposit viiih
the Treasurer of the United States of the par value of $22,407,000,
while total deposits at date of failure amounted to $269,439,173,
Receiverships, 1865-1982
From the date of the first failure of a national bank in the year
1865 to October 31, 1932, 2,166 national banks have been placed in
charge of receivers. Of this number, 109 have been restored to solvency and either reopened or sold to other institutions, leaving 2,057
to be administered by receivers. Of these so administered, 971 are
still in process of liquidation and 1,086 have been entirely liquidated
and the affairs thereof finally closed.
The capital of the 2,166 insolvent national banks at the date of
failure was $249,443,005. The capital of the 109 banks that have
been restored to solvency was $17,230,000. The capital of the 971
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the capital of the 1,086 banks that have been completely liquidated
was $116,770,420.
The aggregate book value of the assets of the 2,057 administered
receiverships, including assets acquired after suspension, was $1,846,016,878, in addition to which there have been levied against shareholders assessments aggregating $185,868,325. Total collections
from these assets as reported by receivers to September 30, 1932,
including offsets allowed and collections from stock assessments,
amounted to 47.51 per cent of the total of such assets and stock assessments. These collections and the disposition thereof were as follows:
Collections:
Collections from assets, including offsets allowed and for
accounting purposes, dividends paid secured creditors of all
trusts finally closed Oct. 1, 1924 to Oct. 31, 1929
$889, 422, 800
Collections from stock assessments
75, 868, 873
Unpaid balance Reconstruction Finance Corporation loans.. _ 11, 660, 513
Total

976, 952, 186

Disposition of collections:
Dividends paid to secured and unsecured creditors on total
secured and unsecured claims proved in the aggregate
amount of $912,352,549
464, 644, 655
Payments to secured and preferred creditors, including offsets
allowed, disbursements for the protection of assets, and for
all trusts finally closed from Oct. 1, 1924, to Oct. 31,1929,
dividends paid secured creditors
410, 769, 038
Payment of receivers' salaries, legal and other expenses
48, 335, 234
Cash returned to shareholders
4, 629, 630
Cash balances with the comptroller and receivers
48, 573, 629
Total

976, 952, 186

In addition to this record of distribution there have been returned
to shareholders, through their duly elected agents, assets of a book
value of $16,621,742. The outstanding circulation of these 2,057
receiverships at date of failure was $100,937,459, secured by United
States bonds on deposit with the Treasurer of the United States of
the par value of $105,058,920, while total deposits at date of failure
amounted to $1,132,130,754.
Active receiverships as of October 31, 1932

The 971 banks that were, as of October 31, 1932, still in charge of
receivers and in process of liquidation had assets, including assets
acquired subsequent to their failure, aggregating $1,159,036,150. The
capital of these banks was $115,442,585, and there had been levied
by the Comptroller of the Currency to October 31, 1932, stock assessments against their shareholders in the amount of $106,972,585. The
collections from these assets, including offsets allowed and collections
from stock assessments, as reported by receivers to September 30,
1932, amounted to 40.76 per cent of such assets and stock assessments.
These collections and the disposition thereof were as follows:
Collections:

Collections from assets, including offsets allowed
$478, 771, 807
Collections from stock assessments
.
37, 315, 909
Unpaid balance Reconstruction Finance Corporation loans-11, 660, 513
Total




.

-

527, 748, 229

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

13

Disposition of collections:
Dividends paid to unsecured creditors. (Unsecured liabilities at date of failure as reported by receivers aggregated
$693,905,276)
_. $203, 017, 781
Dividends paid to secured creditors. (Secured liabilities
at date of failure as reported by receivers aggregated
$246,657,508)
.
8, 877, 073
Payments to secured and preferred creditors, other than
through dividends
184, 698, 420
Offsets allowed and settled
58, 967,041
Disbursements for protection of assets
5, 152, 141
Payment of receivers' salaries, legal and other expenses
18, 462, 144
Cash returned to shareholders
None.
Cash balances in hands of comptroller and receivers
48, 573, 629
Total

.

527, 748, 229

In addition to the above record, it is found that total secured and
unsecured claims proved against these 971 receiverships as of September 30, 1932, aggregated $536,174,402. The outstanding circulation of the 971 receiverships at date of failure was $54,113,449,
secured by United States bonds on deposit with the Treasurer of the
United States of the par value of $54,841,260, while total deposits
at date of failure amounted to $769,536,273.
Receiverships terminated, 1865-1982
From the date of the first failure of a national bank in 1865 to the
close of business October 31, 1932, 1,195 receiverships have been
liquidated and the trusts closed or the affairs thereof restored to
solvency. Included in this number are the 109 banks restored to solvency (25 in 1932) and 97 the liquidation of which was completed
during the year 1932. The 1,086 banks liquidated by receivers had
assets, including assets acquired subsequent to their failure, aggregating $686,980,728. The capital of these 1,086 banks was $116,770,420,
and there were levied by the Comptroller of the Currency stock assessments against their shareholders in the amount of $78,895,740. The
collections from these assets, including offsets allowed and collections
from stock assessments, as indicated by receivers' final reports,
amounted to 58.65 per cent of such assets and stock assessments.
These collections and the disposition thereof were as follows;
Collections:

Collections from assets, including offsets allowed and for accounting purposes, dividends paid secured creditors of all
trusts finally closed October 1, 1924 to October 31, 1929_. $410, 650, 993
Collections from stock assessments
38, 552, 964
Total

449, 203, 957

Disposition of collections:
Dividends paid to secured and unsecured creditors, on total
secured and unsecured claims proved in the aggregate
amount of $376,178,147
252, 749, 801
r
Payments to secured and preferred creditors, including offsets
allowed, disbursements for the protection of assets, and for
all trusts finally closed Oct. 1, 1924 to Oct. 31, 1929, dividends paid secured creditors
161, 951, 436
Payment of receivers' salaries, legal and other expenses
29, 873, 090
Cash returned to shareholders
4, 629, 630
Total



.

...

....

449, 203, 957

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In addition to this record of distribution, there were returned to
shareholders, through their duly elected agents, assets of a book value
of $16,621,742.
From the above it will be noted that the average percentage of all
dividends paid on the aggregate of secured and unsecured claims
proved against the 1,086 receiverships that have been finally closed,
but not including the 109 restored to solvency which paid 100 per
cent, was 67.19 per cent. If payments to secured and preferred
creditors, offsets, and other disbursements, as indicated above, were
included with the dividends paid in this calculation, the total disbursements to creditors would amount to $414,701,237 or 77.06 per cent of
claims proved plus other liabilities paid but not included in the figure
above of proved claims, or $538,129,583. In making the above calculations of percentages of payments to secured and preferred creditors no consideration has been given to those liabilities to creditors
not claimed, as well as secured claims which were proved and upon
which dividends were paid but which were subsequently eliminated
from the total of claims proved by reason of having been paid in full
out of the proceeds of collateral collections. The consideration of
such unclaimed items, together with secured claims proved but not
included in the total thereof set out in the table above, would reduce
somewhat the percentages of payments to creditors as given.
Expenses incident to the administration of the 1,086 closed trusts,
such as receivers' salaries, legal and other expenses, amounted to
$29,873,090 or 3.90 per cent of the book value of the assets and stock
assessments administered, or 6.65 per cent of collections from assets
and stock assessments. The assessments against shareholders averaged 67.56 per cent of their holdings and the total collections from
such assessments as were levied were 48.87 per cent of the amount
assessed. The outstanding circulation of these 1,086 closed receiverships at date of failure was $46,824,010 secured by United States
bonds on deposit with the Treasurer of the United States of the par
value of $50,217,660, while total deposits at date of failure amounted
to $362,594,481.
Receiverships terminated^ year ended October 31, 1932

During the year ended October 31, 1932, 97 receiverships were
liquidated and closed, in addition to which 25 receiverships were
restored to solvency and either reopened or sold to other institutions,
The 97 receiverships finally closed had assets, including assets acquired
subsequent to their failure, aggregating $78,188,867. The capital of
these 97 banks was $7,187,500 and assessments against shareholders
levied by the Comptroller of the Currency aggregated $5,697,500.
The collections from these assets, including offsets aUowed and collections from stock assessments as indicated by receivers' final reports,
amounted to 64.07 per cent of such assets and stock assessments.
These collections and the disposition thereof were as follows:
Collections:
Collections from assets, including offsets allowed
Collections from stock assessments
Total



$50, 707, 758
3, 039, 714
53, 747, 472

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

15

Disposition of collections:
Dividends paid to unsecured creditors. (Unsecured liabilities
at date of failure as reported by receivers aggregated
$47,095,721)
$31, 269, 436
Dividends paid to secured creditors. (Secured liabilities at
r
date of failure as reported b3 receivers aggregated $14,155,
403)
1,098,247
Payments to secured and preferred creditors, other than
through dividends
11, 795, 149
Offsets allowed and settled
4, 927, 529
Disbursements for the protection of assets
812, 574
Payment of receivers' salaries, legal and other expenses
3, 041, 623
Cash returned to shareholders
802, 914
Total

53, 747, 472

Total secured and unsecured claims proved against these 97 receiverships finally closed aggregated $47,072,174.
In addition to this record of distribution, there were returned to
shareholders, through their duly elected agents, assets of a book value
of $90,411.
^ From the above it will be noted that the average percentage of all
dividends paid on the aggregate of secured and unsecured claims
proved against the 97 receiverships that were finally closed during the
year ended October 31, 1932, but not including the 25 banks restored
to solvency which paid 100 per cent, was 68.76 per cent. If payments
to secured and preferred creditors, offsets, and other disbursements,
as indicated above, were included with the dividends paid in this
calculation, the total disbursements to creditors would amount to
$49,902,935, or 77.24 per cent of the total of claims proved plus other
liabilities paid but not included in the figure above of proved claims,
or $64,607,426.
t It may also be of interest to note that the average percentage of
dividends paid unsecured creditors, to unsecured liabilities at date of
failure of the 97 receiverships that were finally closed during the year
ended October 31, 1932, but not including the 25 banks restored to
solvency which paid creditors 100 per cent, was 66.40 per cent. The
average percentage of dividends paid secured creditors, to secured
liabilities at date of failure of the 97 receiverships amounted to 7.76
per cent, while dividends, together with other payments to secured
and preferred creditors, amounted to $12,893,396, or an average
payment on secured and preferred liabilities at date of failure of 91.09
per cent. The inclusion of offsets allowed with dividends paid to
unsecured creditors gives total payments of $36,196,965, or an average
total return upon unsecured liabilities at date of failure of 76.86 per
cent, while all payments to all creditors, consisting of offsets, dividends
paid on both secured and unsecured liabilities, and other payments on
secured and preferred liabilities amounted to $49,090,361, or an average
total return of 80.15 per cent upon all liabilities at date of failure in
the amount of $61,251,124. In making the above calculations no
consideration has been given to additional secured and unsecured
liabilities of the 97 receiverships established subsequent to failure,
the inclusion of which would reduce somewhat the percentages given.
Expenses incident to the administration of these 97 trusts, such as
receivers' salaries, legal and other expenses, amounted to $3,041,623,
or 3.63 per cent of the book value of the assets and stock assessments
administered, or 5.66 per cent of collections from assets and stock
assessments. The assessments against shareholders averaged 79.27




16

EEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

per cent of their holdings and the total collections from such assessments as were levied were 53.35 per cent of the amount assessed.
The outstanding circulation of the 97 receiverships at date of failure
was $3,596,114, secured by United States bonds on deposit with the
Treasurer of the United States, of a par value of $4,196,400, while
total deposits at date of failure amounted to $47,739,776.
Summary
The financial operations of the division of insolvent national banks
period October 1, 1931, to September 30, 1932, inclusive, were as
follows:
Collections:
Cash on hand with comptroller and receivers Oct. 1, 1931
Collections from assets during the year, including offsets allowed
Collections from stock assessments
Unpaid balance Reconstruction Finance Corporation loans. _
Total

$31, 236, 965
243, 431, 341
20, 050, 705
11,660,513
306, 379, 524

Disposition of collections:
Dividends paid unsecured creditors
Dividends paid secured creditors
Secured and preferred claims paid
Offsets allowed and settled
Disbursements for protection of assets
Receivers' salaries, legal and other expenses
Cash returned to shareholders
Cash on hand with comptroller and receivers Sept. 30, 1932
Total

101, 560, 378
5, 765, 325
110, 420, 355
29,298,915
2, 131, 780
8, 426, 228
202, 914
48, 573, 629
306, 379, 524

In addition to this record of distribution, there were returned to
shareholders, through their duly elected agents, assets of a book
value of $90,411. It will be observed from the above table that the
percentage of costs for all operations to collections from assets and
stock assessments, including offsets allowed, year ended September 30,
1932, was but 3.20 per cent.
Table showing summary of status, progress and results of liquidation of all national
banks placed in hands of receivers from the date of the first national bank failure
in year 1865 to October SI, 1932
Closed
Active
receiverships, receiverships,
10361
971
Total assets taken charge of by receivers
Disposition of assets:
Collected from assots and offsets allowed
Loss on assets compounded or sold under order of court.
Book value of assets returned to shareholders' agents..
Book value of remaining assets
Total....
Collected from assets and offsets as above
Collected from stock assessments
Unpaid balance Reconstruction Finance Corporation
loans
Total
J

Does not include 109 banks restored to solvency.




Total, 2,057 i

$686, 980, 728 $1,159,036,350

$1,846,016,873

410, 650,993
259, 707, 993
16,621, 742
0

478, 771,807
69,050, 975
0
611, 213,368

889,422,800
328,758, 968
16,621,742
611, 213,3C8

686,980, 728

1,159,036,150

1,846,016,878

410, 650,993
38, 552,964
0
449,203,957 |

47$, 771, 807
37,315, 909

889, 422,800
75,868,873

11,660,513

11,660,513

527,748,229

976,952,183

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REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

Table showing summary of status, progress and results of liquidation of all national
hanks placed in hands of receivers from the date of the first national bank failure
in year 1865 to October 31, 1982—Continued
Closed
Active
receiverships, receiverships,
1086
.971

Disposition of collec-dons:
Dividends paid
_
Secured and preferred liabilities paid, including onsets
allowed
_
Receivers' salaries, legal and other expenses
Amount returned to shareholders in cash
Cash balances with the comptroller and receivers
Total...Capital stock at date of failure
United States bonds held at failure to secure circulating
notes
United States bonds held to secure circulation, sold and
circulation redeemed
_
_
._
Circulation outstanding at failure
Amount of assessment upon shareholders
Deposits at date of failure
Claims proved—
8

T o t a l , 2,067

$252, 749, SOI

$211, 894, 854

$464, 644, 655

161,951, 436
29,873, 090
4, 629, 630
0

248, SI 7,602
18,462,144
0
48, 573,629

410, 769,038
48,335,234
4, 629,630
48, 573, 629

449, 203, 957

527, 748, 229

334,000,420

315,442,585

50, 217,660

54,841, 260

105, 058,920

50, 217, 660
46,824, 010
78,896, 740
362, 594,481
376,178,147

39, 681, 450
54,113,449
106,972, 685
769, 536, 273
536,174,402

89,899,110
100,937,459
185, 868,325
1,132,130,754
912,352, 549

976,952,186
2

249,443,005

Includes capital stock of 109 banks restored to solvency.

Statistics relative to the capital, date of appointment of receivers,
and per cent of dividends paid to creditors of 97 insolvent national
banks the affairs of which were finally closed, and 25 insolvent
national banks the affairs of which were restored to solvency during
the year ended October 31, 1932, appear in the following table:
National bank receiverships liquidated and finally closed, or restored to solvency,
year ended October 31, 1932
Trust
No.

Location

Title

Abbeville, La
Abercrombie, N. Dak.
Ada, Minn
Ambia, Ind
Argyle, Minn
Argyle, N.Y
Armstrong, IowaAshland, Ky
Avoca, Minn
Barnsdall, Okla
Bay City, Mich
Belle Plaine, Iowa
Beloit, Kans
Benson. N. C
Biggsville, 111
Biwabik, Minn
Boise City, Okla
Bowerston, Ohio.
Bradley Beach, N. J...
Branson, S. O
Buffalo, Minn
Cando, N. Dak
Carlsbad, N. Mex
Cannon Falls, Minn...
Cambridge, Iowa
Cardwell, Mo
Charleston, 111
Cheyenne, Wyo
Colton, Calif.
C ommerce, Tex _
Crandon, Wis
Crookston, Minn

First National Bank,
do
-do.
_do.
-do.
.do.
.do.
Ashland National Bank.
First National Bank
do
.do.
-do.
Union National Bank.,
First National Bank.,
do
..do.
-do_do.
-do.
_do.
.do.
Cando National Bank
First National Bank
Farmers & Merchants National Bank.
First National Bank
do.
_do-do.
Colton National Bank
Citizens National Bank
First National Bank..
Merchants National Bank.




Date receiver
appointed

Per cent
Capital dividends
paid to
creditors

Feb.
June
Feb.
May
Jan.
Aug.
Nov.
Oct.
May
June
Dec.
Mar.
Nov.
Dec.
Jan.
May
Nov.
June
Jan.
Feb.
Oct.
Feb.
May
Dec.
May
Jan.
Nov.
July
Feb.
Jan.
May
Mar.

$50,000
26,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
30,000
50,000
800,000
25,000
25,000
400,000
60,000
50,000
50,000
60,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
60,000
26,000
50,000
26,000
100,000
25,000
80,000
60,000
100,000
200,000
60,000
60,000
50,000
75,000

5,1932
30,1925
10,1926
5,1921
18,1927
15,1930
17,1926
7,1931
5,1928
22,1926
7,1931
3,1927
13,1923
11,1928
31,1927
10,1927
25,1924
11,1930
27,1932
20,1929
17,1925
6,1926
14,1924
17,1925
22,1926
8,1927
12,1930
9,1924
20,1930
20,1927
29,1925
24,1924

UOO
66.2
53.8
52.1
17.74
a 102.7
24.13
* 100
76.2
52.7
UOO
62,41
40.62

60

3 81.63
67.4
62.3
3
100
UOO
3.77
72.07
36
63.5
43.2
26.57
45
* 78.42
67.85
3
<113.15
80.6
41.3

77.2

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

National bank receiverships liquidated and finally closed, or restored to solvency,
year ended October 81, 1932—Continued
Trust
No.
1015
1865
1941
1192
752
1012
1240
1021
985
593
877
1155
1745
1706
738
1537
1791
1145
1474
851
835
1119
1326
882
1920
1067
1365
1124
1375
1417
1166
1165
1146
1171
1131
1033
176S
1895
1139
1415
1094
946
1816
1354
1167
1107
1112
1751
1503
1102
1306
1914
1220
1085
1817
1716
1003
1073
1952
1209
1838
862
1203
1995
1478
1894
839
1217
1703
1904
1017
1710
1211
1218
814
2369
1159

Location

Tic!

Cumberland, Iowa
Curwensville, Pa
Danvers, 111
Delta, Utah
Dickinson, N. Dak
Dinuba, Calif
Dunn, N. C
Eldorado, 111
Estherville, Iowa.
Eureka, S. Dak
Excelsior Springs, Mo.
Fayetteville, N. C
Fennimore, Wis
Fleischmanns, N. Y._.
Forsyth, Mont
_..
Front Royal, Va
Golconda, 111
Greene, Iowa
Greenville, N. C
Grinnell, Iowa
Harrington, Wrash
Hartley, Iowa
Hartsville, S. C
Hempstead, Tex
Henderson, N. C
Honey Grove, Tex
Hope, N. Dak
___.
Holsopple, Pa

First National Bank
Curwensville National Bank.
First National Bank
.doDakota National Bank..
First National Bank
.do..
..do.
.do..
..do.
.do.
National Bank of Fayetteville.
First National Bank
do...
_do.
Front Royal National Bank..
First National Bank
Merchants National Bank. _ _
National Bank of Greenviilo.
Merchants National Bank._.
First National Bank
do.
.do.
Farmers National Bank
First National Bank
Planters National Bank
Hope National Bank..
First National Bank of Benson
First National Bank
Tug River National Bank
City National Bank
Central National Bank
First National Bank
National Bank of Lagrange
First National Bank
do..
-._
.doPeoples National Bank
Laurel National Bank
First National Bank
Citizens National Bank...
Loveland National Bank..
First National Bank
do..
..do..
-doCentral National Bank
First National Bank & Trust Co..
First National Bank
.do
.doCentral National Bank..
First National Bank
doCitizens National BankFirst National Bank
.doNational Bank of Oakesdale..
First National Bank
.do
,-do.
Parkesburg National BankFarmers National Bank
First National Bank
.do..
Portland National Bank.
First National Bank
.do
.do.,
.do..
-do..
San Angelo National Bank.
First National Bank
American National Bank__.

Kearney, Nebr
Do
Kennebec, S. Dak

Lake Mills, Iowa
Lake Norden, S. Dak.
Lake Village, Ark,...
Laurel, Del
Laurel, Nebr.._
Lindsborg, Kans
Lone Oak, Tex
Loveland, Colo
Luray, Va
McKinney, Tex
Mallard, IowaMarengo, Iowa
Marietta, Ohio
Merchantville, N. J...
Meridian, Miss.
Montevideo, Minn
Moultrie, Ga
Mount Union, Pa
Moweaqua, 111..
Nevada, Iowa
New Lexington, Ohio.
Newton, Iowa
Noblesville, Ind
Oakesdale, Wash
Oconomowoc, Wis
Osborne, Kans
Parkersburg, W. Va._
Parkesburg, Pa.
Phillipsburg, Kans
Pittsburg, Tex
_
_
Plain view,Tex
Portland, Pa
Putnam, Conn
_
Rice, Minn
_
Richwood, W. Va
Ripley, W. Va
Royalton, Minn
San Angelo, Tex
St. George, S. C
Sarasota, Fla
First National Bank
Schuyler, Nebr
City National Bank
Shawneetown, 111
First National Bank
Sheridan, Ind__
Footnotes at end of table.



Date receiver
appointed
July 22,1926
Dec. 23,1931
Feb. 2,1932
Jan. 23,1928
Feb. 7,1924
July 9,1926
Nov. 14,1928
Aug. 6,1926
Feb. 27,1926
Aug. 20,1920
Jan. 24,1925
Aug. 12,1927
Oct. 16,1931
Oct. 5,1931
Dec. 18,1923
Mar. 19,1931
Nov. 5,1931
June 4,1927
Dec. 26,1930
Nov. 12,1924
Aug. 6,1924
Mar. 22,1927
Jan. 6,1930
Feb. 7,1925
Jan. 23,1932
Dec. 6,1928
May 12,1930
Mar. 28,1927
June 25,1930
Oct. 31,1930
Sept. 30,1927
.do.
June 20,1927
Oct. 24,1927
Apr. 8,1927
Oct. 5,1926
Oct. 23,1931
Jan. 18,1932
May 14,1927
Oct. 31,1930
Jan. 20,1927
Oct. 22,1925
Nov. 30,1931
Mar. 19,1930
Oct. 3,1927
Feb. 18,1927
Feb. 24,1927
Oct. 19,1931
Jan. 26,1931
Feb. 5,1927
Aug. 27,1929
Jan. 21,1932
May 23,1928
Jan. 10,1927
Nov. 30,1931
Oct. 8,1931
June 3,1926
Dec. 21,1926
Feb. 4,1932
Mar. 30,1928
Dec. 9,1931
Dec. 26,1924
Mar. 2,1928
Mar. 8,1932
Dec. 29,1930
Jan. 18,1932
Aug. 13,1924
May 12,1928
Oct. 5,1931
Jan. 19,1932
July 22,1926
Oct. 6,1931
Apr. 3,1928
May 15,1928
May 24,1924
May 26,1930
Aug. 18,1927

Per cent
Capital dividends
paid to
creditors
$25,000
100,000
25,000
30,000
50,000
200,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
25,000
100,000
50,000
25,000
75,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
50, 000
75,000
25,000
50,000
200,000
100,000
50,000
75,000
25,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
35,000
50,000
100,000
65,000
60,000
25,000
100,000
30,000
100,000
25,000
65,000
300,000
100,000
260,000
50,000
100,000
60,000
75,000
75,000
75,000
100,000
62, 500
25,000
100,000
50,000
500, 000
50,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
150,000
25,000
40,000
70,000
25,000
300,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
25,000
75,000

57.48
i 100
1
100
8 40
54.1
'65.409
53.1
49
46.2
59.07
62.22
32.5
1
100
i 100
35.86
3 34.4
1 100
22. C8
M00
20. C9
71.39
74.14
3
95.62
88.7
1
100
80.45
3 7.077
57.25
90
3 26. 83
3 1.547
«8.15
13.31
90.50
42.26
73.93
1
100
1
100
51.57
«103.695
45.5
? 79. 5
U0O
3 63. 48
62.83
72.43
U0O
» 100
8 100
41.52
3 53.9093
1 100
63.27
67.7
U00
U00
98.2
68
1100
70.64
U00
85.4
97.8
3 100
3 28.89
1 100
86.175
97.6
1 100
U00
41.06
1100
55.9
18.27
54.17
3 35.344
3 102. 23

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19

National bank receiverships liquidated and finally closed, or restored to solvency,
year ended October 31, 1932—Continued
Trust
No.

Location

770
1446
991
1215
1172
976
727
554
1260
773
1719
1176
1965

Sidney, Mont
._.
Sioux City, Iowa
Spirit Xake, Iowa
Stewardson, 111
Swea City, Iowa
Tama, Iowa
Turtle Lake, N. Dak..
Uniontown, Pa
Wagener, S. C
Wells, Minn
Weston, W. Va
West Palm Beach, Fla.
Wilson, N. C

Date receiver
appointed

Title

Feb.
First National Bank_do_.
Dec.
Spirit Lake National BankMar.
First National Bank
May
.do
_
Oct.
..do..
Jan.
.do..
Nov.
_do..
Jan.
.doFeb.
Wells National Bank...Feb.
National Exchange Bank_
Oct.
National Bank of West Palm Beach. Nov.
First National Bank
Feb.

Per cent
Capital dividends
paid to
creditors

42.86
26,1924 $50,000
8,1930 1,000,000 6 100
38.17
23,1926
50,000
31.64
1,1928
25,000
41.86
29,1927
25,000
47.61
18,1926
75,000
49.94
21,1923
25,000
19,1915
100,000 • 116.12
38.50
9,1929
50,000
26,1924
75,000 1 49.91
100
9,1931
150,000
18,1927
100,000 1 66.15
100
11,1932 200,000

1
Restored to solvency.
» Dividends paid through or by purchasing bank.
3 Receiver appointed to levy and collect stock assessment covering deficiency in value of assets sold or to
complete unfinished liquidation.
* 113.15 per cent principal and interest in full paid unsecured creditors and 91.97 per cent paid secured
creditors, 30 per cent of the latter percentage having been paid by comptroller's checks and balance by
purchasing bank.
« 104.283 per cent principal and interest in full paid nonassenting creditors by comptroller's checks and 100
per cent paid assenting creditors by purchasing bank, in accordance with agreements.
6
Principal and interest paid in full.
» 79.5 per cent paid assenting creditors and 100 j>er cent paid nonassenting creditors in accordance with
agreements.
8
102.5 per cent principal and interest in full paid nonassenting creditors by comptroller's checks, and 100
per cent paid assenting creditors by purchasing bank, in accordance with agreements.
• 103 per cent principal and interest in full paid nonassenting creditors by comptroller's checks, and 100
per cent paid assenting creditors by purchasing bank, in accordance with agreements.

Failures State banks. District of Columbia, year ended October 31, 1932

In addition to national bank receiverships during the year ended
October 31, 1932, receivers were appointed by this office for four suspended State banks located in the District of Columbia during such
period. These four banks operated under charters from the State of
Arizona and the appointments of receivers by this office were by
virtue of existing legislation permitting banks with State charters to
operate in the District of Columbia under the supervision of the
Comptroller of the Currency. My recommendations for legislation
upon this subject are incorporated in H. R. 6402 which has passed the
House of Representatives and has been referred to the Senate Committee on the District of Columbia.
Total assets of these four State bank receiverships including assets
acquired subsequent to their failure aggregated $4,156,580. The
capital of these banks was $412,890 and assessments against shareholders levied by the Comptroller of the Currency aggregated $412,890. The collections from these assets including offsets allowed and
collections from stock assessments as reported by receivers to September 30, 1932 amounted to 13.66 per cent of the total of such assets and
stock assessments. These collections and the disposition thereof
were as follows:
Collections:
Collections from assets, including offsets allowed.
Collections from stock assessments
Total



-

$624, 240
None.
624,240

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

Disposition of collections:
Dividends paid to unsecured creditors. (Unsecured liabilities at
date of failure as reported by receivers aggregated $3,121,951) __ _
None.
Dividends paid to secured creditors. (Secured liabilities at date of
failure as reported by receivers aggregated $398,986)
None,
Payments to secured and preferred creditors other than through
dividends
$155,711
Offsets allowed and settled
122, 326
Disbursements for protection of assets
3, 433
Payment of receivers' salaries, legal and other expenses
_.
17, 267
Cash returned to shareholders
_
None.
Cash balances in hands of comptroller and receivers Sept. 30, 1932_ 325, 503
Total

624,240

In addition to the above record, it is found that total secured and
unsecured claims proved against these four State bank receiverships
as of September 30, 1932, aggregated $335,088, while total deposits
at date of failure amounted to $3,121,067.
BANK SUSPENSIONS OTHER THAN NATIONAL

During the fiscal year ended June 30, 1932, there were 1,972 suspensions of State and private banks in the several States of the country
with deposits at date of suspension aggregating $1,279,673,000. In
the previous year there were 1,326 suspensions with deposits of
$855,799,000.
Tables showing the number, capital, and deposits of suspended and
reopened banks other than national and national banks in each State
for the 6-month periods ended December 31, 1931, and June 30, 1932,
together with similar figures for the year ended June 30, 1932, are
published in the appendix of this report. The appendix also includes
a table showing the number, capital, and deposits of suspended and
reopened State and national banks each of the years ended June 30,
1914 to 1932, inclusive.
ALL BANK SUSPENSIONS
Number of all bank suspensions in the 11%
years ended June 30, 1932
State and
private
banks

State
Maine _New Hampshire
_
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
. . - _ . Connecticut
_
Total New England States
_

--

National
banks

Total

5
3
1
26
2
23

1
1
7
1
2

33

60

12

72

63
28
150
1
30

35
23
71
2
6

51
221
3
36

272

_

137

409

96
76
267
264
309
226
84
141

13
23
42
34
26
24
26
15

109
104
309
298
395
?,fi0
110
156

R
4

25
•;

New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
Total Eastern States
Virginia
West Virginia
_
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
Florida _
Alabama
Mississippi



_

_

___ .

_ _
_

. _
-

_

_
-

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY
Number of all bank suspensions in the HYi years ended June 80,
State and
private
banks

State
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.
_
Colorado
New Mexico..
. .
. _.
Oklahoma
.
Total Western States
Washington..
Orepon
California
Idaho
Utah
_.
Nevada
Arizona._
Total Pacific States
Alaska
Grand total __
.

21

1932—Continued
National
banks

Total

3

54
345
266
115
127

_._
_

2f430

365

2,795

34
31
111
21
18
72
137
31

212
352
648
247
158
559
887
572

3,180

_

57
441
296
131
139

178
321
637
226
140
487
750
541

.._

30
16
12

465

3,635

477
468
474
317
161
53
95
41
254

83
69
41
25
67
11
29
22
74

660
527
515
342
228
64
194
63
328

2,330

421

2,751

81
61
43
59
39
8
38

22
36
33
4
5

103
73
79
92
43
8
43

329

112

441

1, 502

10,104

1
8,602

1

ORGANIZATION AND LIQUIDATION OF NATIONAL BANKS

At the close of the current year, October 31, 1932, there were 6,104
national banking associations in existence, including inactive banks
which had not gone into voluntary liquidation and suspended banks
for which no receivers had been appointed. Such institutions are
technically in existence. This represents a net loss since October 31,
1931, of 515 banks, or 7.78 per cent, and $14,940,321 in the authorized
capital stock. During the current year 64 banks increased their
capital by the aggregate sum of $49,346,064. Of this number, three
banks effected the increase by stock dividends, the amount of such
increase being $270,504.
During the entire period of national banking operations, up to and
including October 31, 1932, there have been authorized to begin
business 13,644 national banking associations. Of these, 5,483 have
voluntarily closed, some of which discontinued business; others merged
with other banks, both State and national; and some consolidated with
other national banking associations under authority of the act of
November 7, 1918. Exclusive of banks which failed but which were
subsequently restored to solvency, the loss to the system throughout
this entire period by the liquidation of banks through receiverships



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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

has been 2,057, the number of these receiverships being a fraction
more than 15.07 per cent of the total number of banks organized.
During the year ended. October 31, 1932, there were 236 national
banks, with total capitalization of $97,340,300, which went into voluntary liquidation. Of this number 9, with capital of $800,000 and
resources of $1,172,902, discontinued business; 146, with capital of
$69,910,300 were acquired by other national banks; and 81, with
capital of $26,630,000 and resources of $265,026,325, entered the State
banking systems. The latter group included 6 banks of $500,000
capital or over, with aggregate capital of $21,100,000 and assets of
$213,566,254.
November, 1914, marked tne inauguration of the operation of the
Federal reserve system. On that date there were in existence 7,578
national banks, with aggregate capital of $1,072,492,175, as compared
with a total capitalization of $1,645,819,825 for the 6,104 national
banks in existence on October 31, 1932, a net decrease of 1,474 in
the number of banks, but an increase in capitalization of $573,327,650,
During this 18-year period 2,992 national banks were chartered, with
aggregate capital of $463,705,300 while 4,466 such associations were
closed voluntarily or otherwise.
During the year ended October 31, 1932, there were received 116
applications to organize national banks and to convert State banks
into national banking associations, with proposed capital stock of
$93,819,225. Of these applications, 74 were approved, with proposed
capital stock of $87,405,000; 15 were rejected, with proposed capital
stock of $1,200,000; and the remainder were abandoned or no action
was taken thereon. Of the 51 banks chartered, 21 were chartered to
take over banks which were in weakened condition, while 20 others
were organized to acquire the assets and assume the liabilities of 22
suspended national banks. Only 10 of this total number of applications were approved for the primary organization of new national
banking associations.
In this same year 68 national banking associations, with capital of
$87,145,000, were authorized to begin business, 1 of which was located
in the New England States, 11 in the Eastern States, 24 in the Southern States, 21 in the Middle Western States, 8 in the Western States,
and 3 in the Pacific States. The greatest activity, as indicated by the
number of national banks organized, was evidenced in the following
States: Texas, 11; Illinois, 10; Pennsylvania, 5; New York, 4; and
Indiana, 4. In other States the number ranged from 1 to 3 banks.
It further appears that of the total number of charters issued within
the year ended October 31, 1932, 7 with authorized capital of $75,500,000 and resources aggregating approximately $816,074,800, were the
result of conversions of State banks, 10 with capital of $1,325,000
were reorganizations, and 51 with capital of $10,320,000 were primary
organizations. The business of 87 State banks, with capital of
$25,893,600 and assets aggregating approximately $280,581,744, was
purchased by national banks.
During the year ended October 31, 1932, 52 national banking associations were consolidated into 26, under authority of the act of
November 7, 1918, the capital of the consolidated banks being




23

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF M E CURRENCY

$14,258,000. In some instances there were reductions in capital and
in others increases, the net result by reason of these consolidations
being a reduction in capital stock of $3,110,000. During the same
period there were 11 consolidations under the act of February 25,
1927, involving the • aerger of 12 State banks with national banks,
through which additional assets of approximately $638,715,176 were
brought into the national system.
BRANCHES

On February 25, 1927, the date of the passage^ of the so-called
McFadden bill, there were in existence in the national system 372
branches as compared with a total of 1,314 branches in operation on
October 31, 1932.
During the intervening period 1,374 branches have been added to
the system, of which 557 were de novo branches, 307 were branchesof State banks which converted into national associations, and 510
were brought into the national system through consolidations of State
with national banks, while 432 branches were relinquished, of which
latter number 259 went out of the system through the liquidation of
the parent institutions, and the remainder, 173, were discontinued
through consolidations and for various other reasons. The net result
of these operations was a gain for the national system of 942 branches
for the period under discussion.
In the year ended October 31, 1932, a net gain of 130 branches was
recorded, 102 de novo branches being established, while 162 branches
were brought into the system through the consolidation of State banks
with national banks, a total of 264 branches.
One hundred and thirty-four branches were lost to the national
system, 104 through liquidation of the parent bank and 30 through
action of the directors and shareholders.
There follows a summary of branch-banking operations in the
national system during the period discussed in the foregoing:
Table showing number and hind of branches on February 25', 1927, and number and
manner of acquisition of additional branches of national banks by years to close of
October 81, 1932
Closed

Authorized
Conver- ConsoliLocal
sions of dations of
city
State
State
banks branches
banks
On Feb. 25,1927
Period ended Oct. 31,1927. _
Year ended Oct. 31,1928. _.
Year ended Oct. 31,1929...
Year ended Oct. 31,1930. _.
Year ended Oct. 31,1931
Year ended Oct. 31,1932..
Total

147796°—33-




165
296
8
2
1

472

Total

104
62
82
5
95
162

207
127
103
89
86
50
102

372
527
173
173
92
145
264

510

764

1,746

In exVolunInvolun- tary liq- Lapsed istence
or contary liq- uidasoliuidations tions
dated

15
17
32

20
86
32
2
87

60
18
35
30
30

372
899
992
1,061
1,086
1,184
1,314

227

173

1,314

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

Table showing number and kind of branches authorized and closed during the year
ended October 31, 1932

Classes

In
operation
Fe\>.
25,
1027

~, .
fa
}
Statutory^
Additional offices, c branches.
Millspaugh Act
C branches
_-- - -Total

- -

In
existence
Oct.
31,
1931

165 /
1

202
5

372

Closed during the year ended
AuthorOct., 31,1932
ized
during
year
ended
VolunOct. Share- Direc- Lapsed Insoltary
31,
holders tors
liquivent
1932
dation

424
321
112
5
322
1,184

5

31
1
11

Total
in
existence
Oct.
31,
1032

102

24

3

11

44

388
482
97
6
342

264

27

3

17

87

1,314

162

1

3

Table showing number and manner of acquisition of domestic branches of national
banks during the year ended October 31, 1932
Branches authorized during
the year ended Oct. 31,1932

Char
terNo.

Title and location

Under
act Feb.
25, 1927

By conversion
or by
consolidation
under
act Feb.
25, 1927

Total

CALIFORNIA
8490
10357
5927
9174
12579

The First National Bank of Alhambra
First National Bank in Bakersfield
Citizens National Trust <c Savings Bank of Los Angeles.
f
The Anglo California National Bank of San Francisco
Pacific National Bank of San Francisco

12132
12444

The National City Bank of EvansviJle
Old National Bank in Evansville

INDIANA

MASSACHUSETTS
200
5155
2108

The First National Bank of Boston
The National Shawmut Bank of Boston
The Union Market National Bank of Watertown.

10527
8703
13600

First Wayne National Bank of Detroit.—
_.
Guardian National Bank of Commerce of Detroit.
The First National Bank at Pontiac

MICHIGAN

127
28

NEW JERSEY
5884

Chelsea-Second National Bank and Trust Co. of Atlantic City...
NEW YORK

The Chase National B a n t of the City of New York
The Harriman National Bank and Trust Company of the City of
New York
_
1461 The National City Bank of New York
11034 The Public National Bank and Trust Company of New York...
11655 The Richmond National Bank of New York
12574 The Peoples National Bank and Trust Company of White Plains.
2370
9955

OHIO
2604

The Winters National Bank and Trust Company of Dayton
PENNSYLVANIA

13180

City National Bank & Trust Company of Philadelphia
VIRGINIA

4635

The First National Bank of Newport News.
WISCONSIN

144
64

The First National Bank of Madison
First Wisconsin National Bank of Milwaukee
Total (25 banks).




_
102

162

150
38

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

Table showing number and class of domestic branches of national banks closed
during the year ended October 81, 1932
Branches closed
State
bank
branches
in operAddiation
tional
Branches Feb. 25,
Total
offices
author1927,
which
ized
whieh
became
since
were conbranches Feb. 25, verted
Feb. 25,
1927
or con1927
solidated

Branches under act
of Feb. 25,1927
Charter
No.

Title and location

Manner of closing

CALIFORNIA

The First National Bank of Al- Voluntary liquidation.
hambra.
5927 Citizens National Trust & Savings Board of directors. _
Bank of Los Angeles.
13044 Bank of America National Trust
do
and Savings Association, San
Francisco.
8490

GEORGIA

1559

The First National Bank of Atlanta.

..do..

MASSACHUSETTS
643
11903
12338

The Atlantic National Bank of Voluntary liquidation.
Boston.
Boston-Continental National Receiver
_.
Bank, Boston.
Federal National Bank of Boston.. —..do
MICHIGAN

10527
12288

First Wayne National Bank of
Detroit.
First National Bank and Trust
Company in Pontiac.

Board of directors
Receiver

NEW JERSEY
9912
1327

New Jersey National Bank and
Trust Company of Newark.
The First-Mechanics National
Bank of Trenton.

.do..
Board of directois.

NEW YORK
13193
13193
13293
10773
13207
12352
1461
11034

The Bank of America National
do
Association, New York.
The Bank of America National Voluntary liquidation
Association, New York.
The Brooklyn National Bank of
do
New York.
Chatham Phenix National Bank
.do..
and Trust Company, NewYork.
The Industrial National Bank of
.do..
New York.
Liberty National Bank and Trust
do
j - - _I
Company in New York.
The National City Bank of New Board of directors __j_
j
York.
do
i.
The Public National Bank and
Trust Company of New York.

13

OREGON
9201

The First National Bank of Milton. Receiver
PENNSYLVANIA

723

Central-Penn National Bank of
Philadelphia.

Board of directors.

SOUTH CAROLINA
1843

First National Bank of Spartan- Receiver.
burg.

TENNESSEE

The First National Bank of Chattanooga.
6238 The Unaka and City National
Bank of Johnson City.
3837 The City National Bank of Knoxville.
2049 The East Tennessee National
Bank of Knoxville.
150 Fourth and First National Bank
of Nashville.
Total (25 banks)


1606

B oard of directors.. j. _.
Voluntary liquidation.
Receiver
i..
B oard of directors.. | _.
Voluntary liquidation.
82

37

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY
CREDIT UNIONS IN DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

On June 23, 1932, Congress passed an act known as the District of
Columbia credit unions act, by which it authorized the organization
of cooperative societies known as credit unions within the District of
Columbia for the purpose of promoting thrift among their members
and creating a source of credit for them for provident purposes.
The act required that each organization must receive the approval
of the commissioners of the District of Columbia and the commissioners were authorized to refer the cases to the Comptroller of the
Currency, who was to submit a report to the commissioners covering
the following points:
1. The conformity of the organization certificate to the provisions
of the act.
2. The general character and fitness of the subscribers.
3. The advisability of establishing a credit union in the proposed
field of membership.
Prior to November 16, 1932, the following credit unions had. been
recommended for approval by this office and licensed by the District
commissioners:
Railway Mail Service Credit Union of the District of Columbia.
Department of Commerce Credit Union of the District of Columbia.
Veterans Administration Employees Credit Union of the District
of Columbia.
St. Anthony's Parish Credit Union of the District of Columbia.
In addition to the above, 10 applications have been received by
this office on which final action has not yet been taken.
Of these cases, four have been recommended to the commissioners for approval and one for disapproval, which has been rejected by the commissioners, and action has been deferred on two
cases. The examiners' reports have not been received for the remainins: three cases.




REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

27

NATIONAL BANKS IN THE| TRUST FIELD

The trust activities of national banks had reached impressive proportions at the close of the fiscal year on June 30, 1932. The statistics reveal that 2,238 of these institutions had received authority to
exercise trust powers, with a combined capital of $1,276,969,415 and
banking resources of $18,568,074,484, which represented 36.4 per
cent of the number, 81.4 per cent of the capital, and 83 per cent of the
resources of all banks in the national banking system.
Trust departments were being operated by 1,774^ of these banks
and 104,288 trusts were being administered, with individual trust
assets aggregating $4,642,065,371, w^hile 775 banks were also acting as
trustees for bond and note issues aggregating $9,497,246,609. A segregation of the number of fiduciary accounts in national banks revealed that 45,374, or 43.5 per cent, were those created under private
or living trust agreements; 48,761, or 46.8 per cent, were trusts being
administered under the jurisdiction of the courts, and the remaining
10,153, or 9.7 per cent, were trusteeships created under corporate
bond or note issue indentures.
Private trust assets comprised $3,379,951,657, or 72.8 per cent of
the total assets under administration, while the remaining $1,262,113,714, or 27.2 per cent, belonged to the court trusts. Invested trust
funds aggregated $4,161,648,817, of which bonds constituted 37,6
per cent; real estate mortgages, 16.1 per cent; stocks, 30.9 per cent;
and miscellaneous assets, 15.4 per cent.
The continued interest of the insuring public in naming the corporate fiduciary as conservator and administrator of policy proceeds is
revealed by the fact that 219 national banks were acting as trustees
under 572 agreements involving the administration of $25,573,433 in
proceeds from life-insurance policies, while 736 national banks had
been named to act in the future as trustees under 17,824 trust agreements supported by insurance policies not yet matured or operative
with a face value of $732,497,977.
The progress being made by national banks in conveying information to the public about the services their trust departments have to
offer is revealed by the fact that 512 banks spent $369,820 during the
year for trust advertising; 49 banks employed full-time trust solicitors,
and 93 banks utilized the services of part-time trust solicitors. National banks with authority to exercise trust powers have shown
continued interest in the advertising value to their trust departments
by amending their titles to include the words "trust company."
While only 101 of these banks were operating with " trust" in their
names in 1927, the number has increased to 349 since that time, and
the value of utilizing this method of informing their commercial
customers and the public of their authority to engage in trust functions is being increasingly recognized and adopted.
National bank branches numbering 222 on June 30, 1932, were actively engaged in administering 13,296 trusts, with individual trust
assets aggregating $841,596,697, and were acting as trustees for outstanding bond and note issues amounting to $437,858,152.
The following tables show in detail the activities of national banks
in the trust field, segregated, first, according to capital of the bank;
second, according to the population of the place in which the bank is
located; third, according to Federal reserve districts; fourth, analy


sis of the type of investments held in trust, with a supplemental table showing the extent to which branches of national
banks are furnishing trust service to the communities in which they are located.
Fiduciary activities of national banks during year ended June 30, 1932, segregated according to capital
Banks
with
capital
of $25,000

Number of national banks with trust powers but not administering trusts..
Number of national banks with trust powers administering trusts
Total number of national banks authorized to exercise fiduciary
71
powers
Total resources of banking departments of national banks authorized
$26,884,388
to exercisefiduciarypowers

Banks
with capital over
$25,000 to
$60,000
117
115
232
$164,336,484

Banks with
capital over
$50,000 to
$100,000

Banks with
capital over
$100,000 to
$200,000

Banks with
capital over
$200,000 to
$500,000

Banks with
capital over
$500,000

Total

o

161
438

79
548

38
405

26
240

464
1,774

599

627

443

266

2,238

$940,237,813 $1,641,738,656 $2,311,805,472 $13,483,071,671 $18,568,074,484

TRUST ASSETS

Investments
Deposits in savings banks
Deposits in other banks
Deposits in own bank
Other assets
Total

-

257,293
29,732
5,236
144,967
36,229

4, 713,027
114,890
14,301
784,986
390,008

42,848,251
1,105,719
86,555
5,097,828
4,916,417

156,181,313
2,221,028
459,368
8,112,800
8,572, 768

475,166,608
3,339,043
1,409,864
15,329,304
29, 770,650

3,482,482,325
5,708,362
4,701,695
135,921,275
252,143,529

4,161,648,817
12, 518,774
6, 677,019
165,391,160
295,829,601

473,457

_
_

6,017, 212

54,054,770

175,547, 277

525,015,469

3,880,957,186

4,642,065,371

88,632
384,825

2,462,697
3, 554, 515

24,761,980
29,292,790

92,456,581
83,090,696

340,794, 278
184,221,191

2,919,387,489
961,569,697

3,379,951,657
1,262,113,714

473,457

6,017, 212

54,054, 770

175,547,277

525,015,469

3,880,957,186

4,642,065,371

$133, 675
6
22
3
9
75
84
3
87
$16,909
$6,636

$1,874,975
57
94
22
183
588
771
82
853
$52,324
$7,804

$30,493,336
290
367
119
1,530
3,844
5,374
490
5,864
$123,413
$10,059

$67,408,131
418
491
206
5,346
10,221
15,567
707
16,274
$320,342
$11,277

$197, 282, 766
360
376
229
9,086
12,130
21,216
1,678
22,894
$1,296,334
$24,746

$9,200,053,726
225
230
196
29,220
21,903
51,123
7,193
58,316
$16,170,666
$75,914

$9,497, 246,609
1,356
1,580
775
45,374
48, 761
94,135
10,163
104,288
$2,616,722
$49,313

LIABILITIES

Private trusts.
Court trusts
—
Total
Total volume of bond issues outstanding for which banks are acting as
trustee
Number of national banks administering private trusts
Number of national banks admin] stering court trusts
Number of national banks administering corporate trusts
Number of living trusts being administered
Number of court trusts being administered
Total number of individual trusts being administered
Number of corporate trusts being administered
Total number of trusts being administered
,
Average volume of individual trust assets in each bank
Average volume of trust assets in each individual trust




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Number of national banks administering Insurance trusts,.
Number of insurance trusts being administered
Average volume of insurance trust assets in each bank
A verage volume of insurance trust assets in each trust
Number of national banks holding insurance trust agreements not operative .
Number of insurance trust agreements not operative
-.
Face value of policies held under above agreements
Average number of insurance trust agreements not operative held by each
bank
Average volume of insurance policies held by each bank under trust agreement not operative
Average volume of insurance policies per trust held under agreements not
operative
Average gross earnings per trust forfiscalyear ended June 30,1932
_.
Average gross earnings per trust department reporting trust earnings for
fiscal year ended June 30,1932
Number of banks reporting amounts spent annually for trust advertising..
Average amount spent annually by each reporting bank for trust advertising.
Number of banks employing full-time trust solicitors
Number of banks employing part-time trust solicitors

1
1
$34,030
$34,030

1
1
$2,000
$2,000
6
23

9
14
$32,189
$20,693
81
529

$581,035

$6, 784,968

4

37
57
$43,180
$28,029
193
969
$30,189,247

61
130
$104,689
$49,123
244
2,879

7

$28

$96,839
$25,262
$52

$83,765
$12,826
$58

$223
1
$15

$573
15
$55

$107,860,379

110
369
$156,946
$46,786
212
13,424
$587,082,348
63

24

$2,769,256

$995,242

$43,734
$339

$41,09G
$222
$15,390
512
$722
49
93

12
$156,421
$31,155
$56

$442,051
$37,465
$91

$1,906
156
$165
3
27

$5,631
136
$479
3
25

$1,015
84
$106

219
672
$11C,774
$44,709
736
17,824
$732,497,977

$84,800
120
$2,244
41
31

Fiduciary activities of national banks during year ended June SO, 1932, segregated according to population of places in which banks are located
Places with
population
1,000 to 2,499
less than 1,000
40
Number of national banks with trust powers but not administering trusts
42
Number of national banks with trust powers administering trusts
82
Total number of national banks authorized to exercisefiduciarypowers..
Total resources of banking departments of national banks authorized to exercise
fiduciary powers.
$49,441,092

_
.

_ .
.

.

LIABILITIES

Private trusts
Court trusts
Total .

.
_
- - - - - -




_

_ .

5,000 to 9,999

10,000 to 24,999

25,000 to 49,999

87
155

91
248

98
303

242

339

401

489

$491,879,705

$761,998,157

$1, 509, 530, 791

11,005,648
77, 497
61, 514
1, 232, 008
383, 398
12, 760, 065

31, 037,163
257, 047
92,191
2,627,849
1, 583,630
35, 597,880

59,709,673
1, 071,229
213,105
4,103, 528
5,190, 274
70,287,809

175,361, 859
1,805, 719
595,969
8, 506, 467
10,054,714
196,324, 728

5,091,852
7,668,213
12,760, 065

15, 766,606
19,831,274
35, 597,880

33,936,338
36, 351, 471
70, 287,809

103, 768, 432
92, 556, 296
196, 324, 728

156,084,398
90,637, 743
246, 722,141

b

220, 721,354
1, 718,866
353,156
8,376,846
15,551, 919
246,722,141

1,350,156
781, 715
2,131,871

H

$1, 093,949, 769

1,816, 781
1,375
7,079
237,156
69, 480
2,131,871

i

237

$254, 780,143

TRUST ASSETS

Investments
_ _
Deposits in savings banks.
Deposits in other banksDeposits in own bank
Otherassets
Total

2,500 to 4,999

3

78
411

20
217

to
CD

Fiduciary activities of national banks during year ended June SO, 1982, segregated according to population of places in which banks are located—-

Continued
Places with
population
1,000 to 2,499
less than 1,000

Total volume of bond issues outstanding for which banks are acting as trustee.Number of national banks administering private trusts
Number of national banks administering court trusts
_
Number of national banks administering corporate trusts
Number of living trusts being administered
Number of court trusts being administered
Total number of individual trusts being administered
_
Number of corporate trusts being administered
Total number of trusts being administered
Average volume of individual trust assets In each bank
Average volume of trust assets in each individual trust
Number of national banks administering insurance trusts
Number of insurance trusts being administered
Average volume of insurance trust assets in each bank
Average volume of ins urance trust assets in each trust
Number of national banks holding insurance trust agreements not operative. _
Number of insurance trust agreements not operative
Face value of policies held under above agreements
Average number of insurance trust agreements not operative held by each bank.
Average volume of insurance policies held by each bank under crust agreements
not operative
_
—
Average volume of insurance policies per trust held under agreements not
operative
Average gross earnings per trust forfiscalyear ended J une 30,1932
Average gross earnings per trust department reporting trust earnings for fiscal
year ended June 30,1932
Number of banks reporting amounts spent annually for trust advertising
Average amount spent annually by each reporting bank for trust advertising._
Number of banks employing full-time trust solicitors
Number of bants employing part-time trust solicitors




$102,100
20
39
5
253
200
453
9
462
$50, 759
$4,706

3
13
$147,300
4

$3, 083, 201
99
127
23
635
1,428
2,063
39
2,102
$82,323
$6,185
1
4
$92,000
$23,000
19
42
$957,500

2,500 to 4,999

5,000 to 9,999

10,000 to 24,999

25,000 to 49,999

$16,146, 701
163
221
68
1,605
3,684
5,289
222
5,511
$143,540
$6,731
7
10
$37,863
$26, 504
35
133
$3,166,393
4

$25, 040, 316
217
265
119
2,403
5,418
7,821
389
8,210
$231,973
$8,987
10
30
$25,776
$13, 747
79
367
$9,992,885
5

$75, 321,686
308
365
173
4,880
8,372
13, 252
707
13,959
$477,676
$14,815
23
36
$56,953
$36,387
174
1,257
$33,137,806
7

$77, 428, 261
191
196
112
4,045
5,701
9,746
775
10,521
$1,136,968
$25,315
36
54
$43,932
$29,288
120
1,327
$42, 774,599
11

$49,100

$50,395

$90,468

$126,492

$190, 447

$22, 798
$46

$23,807
$34

$27,229
$51

$26,363
$78

$911
28
$74
1
7

$948
51
$61

$1,654
83
$155
1
9

$3,067
107
$268
3
11

3
o

§
o

$32,234
$93

$443
12
$83

n

$356,455

$11,331
$26

d
O

$4,874
70
$436
1

3

50,000 to 99,999

100,000 to
249,999

250,000 to
499,999

500,000 to
999,999

1,000,000 or
over

Total

464
11
8
8
13
Number of national banks with trust powers but not administering trusts
10
137
26
44
122
69
1,774
Number of national banks with trust powers administering trusts
52
2,238
Total number of national banks authorized to exercise fiduciary powers...
34
S2
133
147
Total resources of banking departments of national banks authorized to exercise
fiduciary powers
$1,209, 200, 391 $2,062,470,182 $2,070,873,065 $3,175, 521, 766 $5,888,429,423 $18,568,074,484

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TRUST ASSETS

Investments
Deposits in savings banks
Deposits in other banks
Deposits in own bank
Other assets
Total

..
2

._
_

373,148,358
1,498,574
959,645
9,937,593
13,529,158

676. 276,082
4,632,234
808,443
16,360, 238
33,538,677

577,758,397
446,056
620,267
11,837,388
66,007,860

520, 618,917
799,996
1,612,892
18,436,188
114,609,081

1,514,194,585
211,181
1,362,758
83,735,899
35,311,410

4,161,648,817
12,518,774
6,677,019
165,391,160

399,073,328

.,..

731,615,674

656,668,968

656,077,074

1,634,805, S33

4,642,065,371

O

233,901,073
165,172, 255

531,015,419
200,600,255

543,025,681
113,643,287

527,668,270
128,408,804

1,228,343,432
406,462,401

3,379,951,657
1,262,113,714

£j
^

656,077,074

1, 634,805,833

4, 642,065, 371

Q

$894,713,342 $7,69f», 477,251
24
37
24
37
23
27
5,481
7,581
3,566
6,044
9,047
13,625
1,786
2,258
10,833
15,883
$25,233,734
$37,154,678
$72, 519
$119,986
11
13
58
104
$380,977
$472,628
$72,254
$59,078
21
30
2,823
2, 513
$106,235,718
$185,956,003
134
84

$9, 497,246,609
1.35H
1,580
775

p
m
fc)

45,374
48,761
94,135
10,153
104,288
$2,616,722
$49,313
219
572
$116,774
$44,709
736
17,824
$732,497,977
24

O
*

295,829,601

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Private trusts
Court trusts

LIABILITIES

Total
Total volume of bond issues outstanding for which banks are acting as trustee..
Number of national banks administering private trusts
Number of national banks administering court trusts
_
Number of national banks administering corporate trusts
Number of living trusts being administered
_
Number of court trusts being administered
Total number of individual trusts being administered
_
Number of corporate trusts being administered
_
Total number of trusts being administered-Average volume of individual trust assets in each bank
Average volume of trust assets in each individual trust
Number of national banks administering insurance trusts
_
Number of insurance trusts being administered
_
Average volume of insurance trust assets in each bank
Average volume of insurance trust assets in each trust
Number of national banks holding insurance trust agreements not operative
Number of insurance trust agreements not operative
Face value of policies held under above agreements
Average number of insurance trust agreements not operative held by each bank




399, 073, 328

731,615,674

656,668,968

$165,978,819
120
120
86
4, 708
5,625
10,423
773
11,196
$2,912,944
$38,288
34
77
$179,450
$79,238
103
2,390
$89,862,435
23

$212,797,305
115
117
88
7,854
6,516
14,370
1,139
15, 509
$5,996,850
$50,913
51
108
$59,567
$28,129
99
3,633
$137,587,621
37

$331, 157, 597
62
60
51
5, 839
2,207
8,046
2,056
10,102
$9, 516,942
$81,614
27
91
$90,310
$26,795
53
3,326
$122,679,717
63

H
W
M
A

Q
d
W
W
W
%
O
H

CO

Fiduciary activities of national banks during year ended June 30t 1982, segregated according to population oj places in whichbanks arc located—

Continued
50,000 to 99,999

Average volume of insurance policies held by each bank under trust agreements
notqperative
_
_.
Average volume of insurance policies per trust held under agreements not operative
_
._
Average gross earnings per trust forfiscalyear ended June 30,1932
Average gross earnings per trust department reporting trust earnings for fiscal
year ended June 30,1932
_
Number of banks reporting amounts spent annually for trust advertising
Average amount spent annually by each reporting bank for trust advertising
Number of banks employing full-time trust solicitors
_
Number of banks employing part-time trust solicitors

100,000 to
249,999

250,000 to
499,999

500,000 to
999,999

1,000,000 or
over

CO

to

Total

$872,451

$1,389,774

$2,314,712

$5,058,844

$6,198,533

$995,242

$37,599
$119

$37,872
$149

$36,885
$197

$37,632
$274

$73,998
$741

$41,096
$222

$10,435
61
$840
3
22

$20,063
51
$1,551
11
9

$32,145
30
$1,485
15
8

$123,463
7
$4,979

$309,704
12
$6,830
8
3

$15,390
512
$722
49
93

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Fiduciary activities of national banks by Federal reserve districts as of June 30, 19S2 (in even dollars)

Federal reserve districts

Number Number
banks ex- with authority
ercising but not
fiduciary exercising
powers powers

Boston
New York....
Philadelphia..
Cleveland
Richmond
Atlanta
Chicago
St. Louis
Minneapolis..
Kansas City..
Dallas
San Francisco.

187
294
269
132
137
89
232
92
66
119
63
94

Total-..

1,774




Total
Individual trusts
Total banking
Capital of
number
resources of
author- banks author- banks authorized to ized to exercise
exercise fiduciary pow- ized to exercise Living
Court
fiduciary pow- trusts
Total
ers
fiduciary
trusts
ers
powers

Number
of corAssets of indi- porate
trusts
vidual trusts
being
administered

225
344
290
153
156
123
307
131
120
187
89
113
464

$130,347,450 $1, 795,417,197
393,310,950 5,314,933,369
101,722,515 1,709.319,227
81,500,000 1,301,584, 509
57,816,000
783,306,831
61,475,000
759,965,565
109,280,000 1,654,688,313
39,552,500
564,130,774
37,990,000
621,637,432
52,440,000
815,525,005
48,760,000
652,506,872
162,775,000 2,595,059,390

2,708
5,004
7,405
4,397
1,741
2,373
5,157
689
672
3,935
866
10,427

3,317
6,471
10,501
6,171
3,148
2,060
6,446
1,846
1,066
1,392
521
5,822

6,025
11,475
17,906
10,568
4,889
4,433
11,603
2,535
1,738
5,327
1,387
16,249

$392,430,563
843,165,963
285,413,242
322,522,500
257,743,780
221,868,425
644,099,388
52,877,092
61,535,634
323,736,979
108,551,061
1,128,120,744

447
1,645
553
1,018
268
666
1,255
439
146
1,241
337
2,138

2,238

1,276,969,415 18,568,074,484

45,374

48,761

94,135

4,642,065,371

10,153

B
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w

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Federal reserve districts

of asBond issues out- Number of Number of Volumeinsursets of
banks ad- insurance
standing where ministering trusts being ance trusts unbanks act as
der adminisinsurance
administrustee
tration
trusts
tered

Number of
banks holding insurance trust
agreements
not operative

32
73
102
69
28
58
39
12
6
62
24
77

$827,729
4,385,639
6,478,092
4,052,459
1,012,024
1,722,840
925,657
701,616
217,803
1,413,125
624,472
3,211,977

82
120
113
69
57
39
76
15
23
47
37
58

1,309
2,671
1,765
1,565
994
1,292
1,508
231
191
1,828
704
3,766

$57,009,032
182,508,871
71,541,792
34,948,313
50,447,630
46,384,229
9,114,448
6,264,298
55,927,214
27,331,033
116,326,508

$2,204,000
8,672,000
1,097,000
1,109,000
773,000
831,000
1,663,000
266,000
187,000
903,000
356,000
4,305,000

572

25,573,433

736

17,824

732,497,977

22,366,000

Boston.
New Y o r k . . . .
Philadelphia..
Cleveland
Richmond
Atlanta
Chicago
St. Louis
Minneapolis-.
Kansas City..
Dallas.
San Francisco.

$538,378,079
6,690,674,244
119,698,187
186,216,221
65,665,109
135,524,664
784,690,607
57,358,051
13,839,902
109,222,432
80,641,971
715,337,142

Total...

9,497,246,609

219

Face value of
Trust deNumber of insurance poli- partment
insurance cies held under gross earntrust agree- trust agree- ings for fiscal
ments not
year ended
ments not
operative
June 30,1932
operative

Classification of investments in living and court trust accounts under administration by the 1,774 active national-bank trust departments on June
30, 1982, segregated according to capital and population of places in which national banks are located
Trust investments classified according to capital of
banks administering trusts
Banks with
Banks with
Banks with
Banks with
Banks with
Banks with

capital
capital
capital
capital
capital
capital

of $25,000
over $25,000 to $50,000-.
over $50,000 to $100,000 .
over $100,000 to $200,000.
over $200,000 to $500,000.
over $500,000

Total




Bonds

Per
cent

$77,680
2,033,263
14,590,296
45,695,016

Real-estate
mortgages

Per
cent
21.37
18.50
25.92
34.07
18.13
14.94

30.19
43.14
34.05
29.26
146,533,460 30.84
1,354,024,060 38.88

$54,978
872,032
11,104,601
53,215,748
86,165,948
520,383,100

1,562,953,775 37.56

671,796,407 16.14

Stocks
$11,022
1,208,821
10,834,932
39,544,433
156,234,973
1,077,454,295

Per
cent
4.28
25.65
25.29
25.32
32.88
30.94

1,285,288,476 30.88

Miscellaneous

Per
cent

Total investments

$113,613
598,911
6,318,422
17, 726,116
86, 232, 227
530,620,870

44.16
12.71
14.74
11.35
18.15
15.24

$257,293
4,713,027
42,848,251
156,181,313
475,166,608
3,482,482,325

641,610,159

15.42

4,161,648,817

S
3

s
1

Classification of investments in living and court trust accounts under administration by the 1,774 active national-bank trust departments on June
80} 1932, segregated according to capital and population of places in which national banks are located—Continued
Trust investments classified according to population of places
in which banks administering trusts are located

Bonds

Per
cent

Places with
Places with
Places with
Places with
Places with
Places with
Places with
Places with
Places with
Places with
Places with

$365,813
2,948,099
9,923,488
16, 919,432
51,564,392
83,899, 793
130,726,016
185, 526,529
192,445,662
141,049, 260
747,585, 291

20.14
26.78
31.97
28.34
29.40
38.01
35.03
27.44
33.31
27.09
49.37

Total

population
population
population
population
population
population
population
population
population
population
population

less than 1,000
of 1,000 to 2,499
of 2,500 to 4,999
of 5,000 to 9,999-- _>
of 10,000 to 24,999..
of 25,000 to 49,999 _ .
of 50,000 to 99,999_ .
of 100,000 to 249,999
of 250,000 to 499,999
of 500,000 to 999,999
of 1,000,000 or over.
-

1,562,953,775 37.56

Real-estate
mortgages
$768, 239
4,280,950
10,237,662
22,641,646
45, 543,270
39,780,530
67,229, 730
109,642, 582
106,980,228
49, 741,421
214,950,149

Per
cent

Stocks

Per
cent

42,28
38.90
32.98
37.92
25.97
18.02
18.02
16.21
18.52
9.55
14.19

$500,129
2,912,805
7,920,742
13,860,199
51,308,762
67; 905,617
115,676,064
287, 769,291
189,361,143
196,669,868
351,403,856

27.53
26.47
25.52
23.21
29.26
30.77
31.00
42.55
32.77
37.78
23.21

671, 796,407 16.14

1,285, 288,476 30.88

Miscellaneous

Per
cent

Total investments

10.05
7.85
9.53
10.53
15.37
13.20
15.95
13.80
15.40
25.58
13.23

$1,816,781
11,005,648
31,037,163
59, 709,673
175,361,859
220,721,351
373,148,358
676,276,082
577,758,397
520,618,917
1, 514,194,585

641, 610,159 15.42

4,161,648,817

$182,600
863,794
2,955, 271
6,288,396
26,945,435
29,135, 414
59,516,548
93,337,680
88,971,364
133,158,368
200, 255, 289

Classification of investments in living and court trust accounts under administration by the 222 active national-bank branches with trust departments on June 80, 1932, segregated according to population of places in which branches are located
Trust investments classified according to population of
places in which branches are located
Places with
Places with
Places with
Places with
Places with
Places with
Places with
Places with
Places with
Places with
Places with

population of less than 1,000
population of 1,000 to 2,499
population of 2,500 to 4,999
population of 5,000 to 9,999
population of 10,000 to 24,999
population of 25,000 to 49,999
population of 50-000 to 99,999
population of 100,000 to 249,999
population of$250,000 to 499,999
population of,500,000 to 999,999
population 0^1,000,000 or over

Total




_

Bonds

Per
cent

$34,675
20,108
226,363
884,755
974,660
4,459,828
10,421,634
8,145,994
11,681,626
21,810,018
148,406,385

23.10
3.55
12.43
22.60
17.12
25.19
25.52
26.80
50.53
32.79
25.24

207,066,046

26.59

Per
cent

Stocks

Per
cent

$20,883
91,966
610,560
942,192
1,478,438
3,008,778
9,678,012
4,328,491
1,057,921
4,786,667
116,210,700

13.91
16.22
33.53
24.07
25.97
16.99
23.70
14.25
4.57
7.20
19.76

$49,163
132,365
634,273
1,040,358
1,925,686
5,454,132
12,028,213
10,736,655
5,866,786
19,459,059
219,459,486

32.74
23.34
34.83
26.57
33.83
30.80
29.45
35.33
25.38
29.25
37.32

$45,422
322,616
349,738
1,047,954
1,314,051
4,784,065
8,713,532
7,178,942
4,510,704
20,466,003
103,946,806

30.25
56.89
19.21
26.76
23.08
27.02
21.33
23.62
19.52
30.76
17.68

$150,143
567,055
1,820,934
3,915,259
5,692,835
17,706,803
40,841,391
30,390,082
23,117,037
66,521,747
588,023,377

142,214,608

18.26

276,786,176

35.54

152,679,833

19.61

778,746,663

Real estate
mortgages

Miscellaneous

Per
cent

CO

8
3
3
a
a
o

i
o

Total investments

a
d

Fiduciary activities of national-hank branches with trust departments during year ended June SO, 1982, segregated according to population o,
places in which branches are located
Places
with
population of
less than
1,000

Number of national-bank branches with
active trust departments
Total resources of banking departments
of branches administering trusts

11

1,000 to
2,499

2,500 to
4,999

5,000 to
9,999

24

31

25,000 to
49,999

10,000 to
24,999

28

50,000 to
99,999

14

100,000 to
249,999

16

250.000 to
499,999

500,000 t o
999,999

1,000,000

13

11

39

Total

8

s
222

$7, 652, 501 $20,037, 228 $30,628,00l|$52,680,324 $53,146, 800 $50, 846, 324 $105,805,470 $45, 821, 861 $91,158, 667 $569,013,368 $303,042,735 $1,330,433,279

s

TRUST ASSETS
Investments
Deposits in savings b a n k s
Deposits in other banks
Deposits in o w n b a n k
_
Other assets

|
j
i
i
|

567,055

1, 820,934
17, 579

3,915,259
21,834

10,817
152,826

67,445
15,484

134, 715
2,918

313,786!

Total.

150,143

649,984

1,976,146

301,444
226, 337

5, 692, 835 17,706,803 40,841,391 30, 390,082 23,117,037 66, 521,74' 588,023,37'
64,762
18,490
139, 442
129, 230
8,511
52,069
7,191
25, 312
9,996
357, 301
998,047
961,158 1,139, 677 1,045,454 1,451, 216 13,446,461
319,454
985, 734 1, 808, 436
375, 714 1, 277,154 1, 354, 732 10,285,031 25,638,063

778,746,663
451,917
399, 800
19,875,888
42,122,429

4, 464,874

7,016, 513 20,659,919 42,332,805 32,806,913 25,535,730 78, 322, 756 627, 517,271

o
o

841, 596,697

LIABILITIES

Private trusts..
Court trusts
Total.
Total volume of bond issues outstanding
for which branch banks are acting as |
trustee
...
Number of branches administering private trusts
_
_
Number of branches administering court
trusts
Number of branches administering corporate trusts
Total number of individual trusts being
administered
Number of corporate trusts being administered
_
Total number of trusts being administered
Average volume of individual trust
assets in each branch




$253,791)
59,995!

$191,351 $1,147,593 $2, 664, 605 $3, 471, 373 $1: , 181, 835 $21, 574,947 $24,285, 694 $18,969,650 $72,864, 328 $438,195,955 $595, 801,122
.,
828, 553 1, 800,269 3, 545,140 8,478,084 20, 757, 858 8,521,219 6, 566,080 5,458, 428 189, 321,316 245, 795, 575
458,633
•"
"- '"

'_

O

4,464, 874

$60, 783

$42, 500

82

112

168

558

635

557

202

900

3,442

6,674

67

649,984'

1,976,146

$68,881

313,786!

164

182

307

576

416

20:

614

2,750

5,334

4

5

C

4

4

1

32

B

350

865

1,211

973

409

1,520

6,192

12,008

O

4

13

38

59

101

169
169

903

1,288

354

878

1, 249

1,032

510

1,689

7,095

13, 296

$250, 590 $1, 475, 709 $2,645, S G $2,982,447 $3,191,966 $6,024,827 $16,090,186
O

$3, 790, 97G

1
12;

149

276

1
51
$28,526!

150

276

$27,083

$73,191

$144,028

7,016,513 20, 659, 919 42, 332,805 32,806,913 25, 535, 730 '8,322,756 627,517,271

841, 596,697

I,
$611,100 $4, 276, 350 $4, 584, 200 $28, 853, 623 $34, 475, 300 $364,885,415 $437,858,152

o

Ox

Fiduciary activities of national-bank branches with trust departments during year ended June 80, 1932, segregated according to population of
places in which branches are located—Continued
Places
with
population of
less than
1,000
Average volume of trust assets in each
individual trust
_
Number of branches administering insurance trusts
._
_
j
Number of insurance trusts being ad- |
ministered
|
Average volume of insurance trust assets !
in each branch
'
Average volume of insurance trust assets j
in each trust
Number of branches holding insurance
trust agreements not operative
Number of insurance trust agreements
not operative
Face value of insurance policies held
under above agreements
Average number of insurance trust agreements not operative held by each
branch_
Average volume of insurance policies
held by each branch under trust agreements not operativeAverage volume of insurance policies per
trust held under trust agreement not
operative
._
—
Average gross earnings per trust for fiscal
year ended June 30,1932
Average gross trust earnings per branch
reporting trust earnings forfiscalyear
ended June 30,1932—
Number of branches reporting amounts
spent annually for trust advertising...
Average amount spent annually by each
reporting branch for trust advertising..
Number of branches employing full-time
trust solicitors
Number of branches employing parttime trust solicitors
—-




1,000 to
2,499

2,500 to
4,999

5,000 to
9,999

10,000 to
24,999

50,000 to
99,999

25,000 to
49,999

$16,177
1

2

1

1

2

$18,422

$4,485

$18, 422

$12, 745

$13, 263
]

$26,149

$4, 485

$20,047

$34, 957

38

$102, 500

$701,372

500,000 to
999,999

1,000,000

Total

or over

$33, 717

$62, 435

$51, 528

$101, 343

$70, 086

3

3

1

6

24

10

4

6

6

42

72

$5,987

$24, 736

$22, 501

$76, 424

$225, 818

$574, 585

$174,089

$5,987

$17,315

$38, 212

$37, 636,

$82, 084

$58, 030

285

248

$23,884

IS
34

250,000 to
499,999

100,000 to
249,999

1

22

11

82

181

184

278

i
$16,876
|

10

72

,350, 2921 $2,094,826 $4, 257,463 $3,933,211
4

CO

17

$7, 899, 061

175

i(

»
1,08.r

w
o
o

114
2,662

O

$4, 372, 013 $10, 024, 372 $6, 967, 487 $69, 379, 689 $111, 082, 286
248

28

109

23

$25, 625

$58,448

$75,016

$123, 225

$193,521

$357, 565

$3, 015

$18, 457

$18, 754

$25,547

$23,522

$21,376

$28,414

$24, 983

$35,173

$28, 095

$64,063

$41, 729

$202

$187

$106

$168

$203

$162

$178

$209

$283

$126

$336

$261

$347

$415

$1,550

$2,572

$10,150

$13, 878

$21, 576

$18,043

$19, 329

$61, 201

$16,369

$789,906

$974,406

2

]

$79

$874, 403 $2,506, 093 $6, 967, 487 $6, 937, 969!

$708

5

$2, 500

$1,299

1

4

1

4

O

3
o

Hi

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

37

NATIONAL-BANK CIRCULATION

Bonds outstanding eligible as security for national-bank circulation
on June 30, 1932, aggregated $674,625,630, the same as on June 30
of the year previous, comprising $599,724,050 consols of 1930,
$48,954,180 Panama Canal 2's of 1916-1936, and $25,947,400 Panama
Canal 2's of 1918-1938. On June 30 of the current year the Treasurer
of the United States held as security for national-bank circulation
$595,994,450 of consols and $74,493,140 Panama Canal 2's, a total of
$670,487,590, representing 99.39 per cent of the aggregate of circulation bonds outstanding.
The circulation of national banks outstanding on June 30 this year
amounted to $736,674,213, of which amount $669,570,345 was secured
by bonds and the remainder, $67,103,868, was secured by lawful
money held by the Treasurer to provide for the redemption of the
notes of banks retiring their circulation and on account of associations
in liquidation.
Statement of capital stock of national banks, national-bank notes, and Federal reserve
bank notes outstanding, bonds on deposit, etc.
J u l y 1,1932
$1, 589, 685, 815
1, 589,635, 815

Authorized capital stock of national banks..
Paid-in capital stock of national banks

J u n e 1, 1932
$1, 598, 067. 815
1, 598,067, 815

Increase or
decrease since
above date
Increase of authorized capital stockDecrease of authorized capital stock.
Increase of paid-in capital stock
Decrease of paid-in capital stock

$124,136, 331

8, 382,000

Total national-bank notes outstanding, old and
new series

124,136, 331

$669, 570, 345

$668, 580, 423

$665, 591, 438

67,103, 868

70, 036, 500

31, 413, 008

736, 674, 213

738, 616, 923

697, 004, 446

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

$989,922

!, 978, 907

2,932, 632
39, 669, 767
1,9-12,710 !

Federal-reserve bank notes outstanding secured by
United States bonds
Federal reserve bank notes outstanding secured by lawful monev
Total Federal reserve bank notes outstanding

$2,772,040

$2,772, 040

$2,973,962

2, 772,040

2, 772, 040

2,973,962

Increase or
decrease since
above date




Increase or
decrease since
above date

35, 690, 860

Net increase..
Net decrease.

Net increase
Net decrease

Increase or
decrease since
above date

$8, 382, 000

National-bank notes outstanding secured by United
States bonds, old and new series
__.
National-bank notes outstanding secured by lawful
money, old and new series

Decrease secured by United States bonds
Increase secured by lawful money
_
Decrease secured by lawful money

J u l y 1, 1931
$1, 713, 822,146
1, 713, 822,146

_

""

Increase or
decrease since
above date

$201,922
201,922

38

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

Statement of capital stock of national banks, national-bank notes, and Federal reserve
bank notes outstanding, bonds on deposit, etc.—Continued
National-bank notes of Federal reeach denomination serve bank
outstanding
notes of each
denomination outOld series New series standing

On deposit
to secure
Kinds of bonds on deposit nationalbank notes

United States consols of $595,994, 450
1930 (2 per cent).
United States Panama of
48, 791,060
1936 (2 per cent).
United States Panama of
25, 702,080
1938 (2 per cent).
670, 487, 590

Total

One dollar__
Two dollars
Five dollars.
Ten dollars. __
Twentv dollars
Fifty dollars.
One hundred dollars
Five hundred dollars
One thousand dollars..
Fractional parts
_.

$340, 749
162, 420
13, 837, 765 $137,158,370
26, 756, 6*0 269,847,030
27,431, 080 209, 206, 840
5,048,100
25, 365, 850
6, 323, 900
19, 243,000
87,500
21,000
62, 056
212

$1, 757,702
487, 363
326,970
85,155
103,050
11,800

Total. __

80, 071, 210
228,090

660,821,302
3, 990, 210

2, 772, 040

Total-

79, 843,120

656, 831,092

2, 772,040

Less i

1

Notes redeemed but not assorted by denominations.

In the year ended October 31, 1932, the withdrawal of bonds held
by the Treasurer of the United States in trust as security for nationalbank circulation amounted to $113,829,230.
The withdrawals by reason of liquidation of banks amounted to
$17,123,290, and, on account of banks placed in charge of receivers,
$33,765,890.
Bonds held by the Treasurer of the United States in trust as
security for circulation were augmented to the extent of $248,246,480
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:
United States 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, 1932

Date

November.
DecemberJanuary
February.March
April
May
June
July
August
September.
October

Bonds
withdrawn
by banks
reducing
circulation

Bonds
Bonds
withdrawn withdrawn
by banks
in liquida- inby banks
insolvency
tion

1931
$5,870, 750
12, 345, 750

$2, 350,000
2, 292, 500

$2,001,000
3, 703, 750

$6,150,000
500,000

13, 663,150
17,344, 690
10,880, 050
6, 555, 500
9,045,100
5,688, 250
13, 090, 350
69, 752,100
51, 742,890
32, 267,900

5, 591,000
3,212, 500
3,883,750
4,138, 500
6, 597,000
4,742, 360
8, 577, 500
7,335,000
6.022,000
8,197,940

4,037,500
1, 379, 990
1,938, 500
1,203,750
403,000
270,000
92,000
1,225,050
443,750
425,000

10,100,000
8, 217,000
4,833,000

i 248, 246, 480

62, 940,050

17,123, 290

33,765,890

1932

Total.
1

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

Includes $3,923,500 deposited b y 42 of 68 b a n k s chartered during t h e year.




1,100,000
15,890
1,000,000
1,850,000

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

39

REDEMPTION OF NATIONAL AND FEDERAL RESERVE BANK
CIRCULATION

During the year ended June 30, 1932, national-bank notes and
Federal reserve notes aggregating $1,347,574,855.50 were redeemed
in the United States Treasury at a total expense of $471,800.90.
Redemptions included Federal reserve notes amounting to $956,031,635 and national-bank notes of $391,543,220.50, the latter amount
including $37,252,130.50 redeemed on retirement account.
National-bank notes were redeemed at an average cost of $1.08 per
$1,000; Federal reserve notes received from various sources 93 cents
per 1,000 notes, and canceled and other Federal reserve notes received
direct from Federal reserve banks and branches 45 cents per 1,000
notes redeemed.
Statements showing the amount of national-bank notes and Federal
reserve notes received monthly for redemption in the year ended
June 30, 1932, the source from which received, the rate per $1,000 of
national-bank notes redeemed, and the rate per 1,000 notes of Federal
reserve notes redeemed are published in the appendix of this report.
NATIONAL BANKS OF ISSUE

Of the 6,150 reporting national banks on June 30, 1932, there were
5,066 banks with capital of $1,185,450,000 issuing circulating notes,
and on the same date the amount of notes outstanding aggregated
$652,168,000. The 1,084 banks which did not exercise the circulation
privilege had capital stock paid in amounting to $383,533,000.
A table disclosing, according to reserve cities and States, the number
of national banks issuing circulation, their capital and amount of
circulation outstanding, together with the number of associations not
issuing circulation and their capital on June 30, 1932, is published in
the appendix of this report.
There is also published in the appendix a table showing by months
the profit on national bank circulation based upon a deposit of $100,000
Panama Canal 2 per cent bonds of 1916-1936 at the average net price
during the year ended October 31, 1932. The table includes also like
figures relative to $100,000 of United States 2 per cent consols of 1930
so far as may be computed. Due to the unknown date of maturity of
the consols, however, it is impossible to determine the amount of
sinking fund necessary to provide for liquidation of the premium paid
for the bonds and this must be known to calculate the profit on circulation secured by an investment in consols. The tables mentioned
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 31, 1932.
With reference to the Federal home loan bank act approved July
22, 1932, section 29 of which extended the circulation privilege to
national banks for a period of three years upon the deposit with the
Treasurer of the United States bonds with interest not exceeding
3% per cent heretofore issued or issued during the period, no calculation can be made of profit on circulation through bonds used for
such purpose due to the indeterminate market value of the bonds at
the end of the 3-year period.
147796°—33



4

40

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

CONDITION OF NATIONAL BANKS AT DATE OF EACH CALL DURING
THE YEAR

Under authority of section 5211, United States Revised Statutes,
as amended February 25, 1927, national banks were called upon to
submit three reports of condition during the year ended October 31,
1932, as of various dates specified by the comptroller.
Summaries of resources and liabilities of reporting banks on the
date of each call during the year, together with summary for September 29, 1931, are shown in the following statement:
Abstract of reports of condition of national banks on dates indicated
[In thousands of dollars]
Sept. 29,
Dec. 31,
Sept. 30,
June 30,
1931—6,658 1931—6,373 1932—6,150 1932—6,086
banks
banks
banks
banks
RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts) 1
_
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
_
Reserve with Federal reserve banks
_
_.
Cash in vault
Due from banks
Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
Acceptances of other banks and bills of exchange or
drafts sold with indorsement
Securities borrowed
_
_
Other resources

11, 921, 389
5,439
3,176, 475
4,024,950
389, 399
770, 454
132, 415
1,137, 747
379,900
2, 293, 328
88,127
31, 536

10, 281,676
4,701
3, 352,666
3, 843,986
262, 943
760,057
143, 585
1,150, 575
338, 404
1,956,154
40,728
32, 711

9,919,603
4,901
3,662,669
3, 780,623
234, 544
756,494
155,125
1,381,065
295,607
2,108, 813
33, 315
37,792

98,601
9, 534
194, 803

106, 263
9,003
195, 861

7,182
7,951
184,392

4,601
7,892
182,951

25, 746, 084 24, 662,286

Total.

12, 479, 935
7,596
3, 289, 267
4, 380,016
344,459
790, 324
124,092
1,385, 334
389, 741
2, 207, 530
33,344
31,688

22, 367, 711

22, 565,995

1, 656, 374
1,470, 291
455,474
115,942

1,621, 449
1, 381, 612
351, 597
171,109

1, 568,983
1, 259, 425
302, 521
148, 919

1,563,232
1,205,939
308,384
166,5S0

82,976
631, 569
2, 527, 514
9,393,194
8,150, 285
308,391
20,879,88^

52,604
627,490
2,301,018
9,071,452
7,610,436
261,441
19,2U, S47

49, 439
652,168
2, 041, 333
7,940, 653
7,265, 640
213,287
17,460,913

68, 934
743,080
2, 221,081
7,848,753
7, 237, 933
374,160
17,681,917

17, 752
324,198

51,126
555, 365

39, 535
506,890

26, 595
443,644

98,601
354, 484

306,263
397,600

7,182
279,220

4,601
239,053

6,257
9, 534
143, 248

5,528
9,003
87,193

3,098
7,951
81,467

2,019
7,892
104,125

25, 746,064

24,662, 286

22, 367,711

22, 565,995

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus
Undivided profits—net
Reserves for dividends, contingencies, etc
Reserves for interest, taxes, and other expenses accrued
and unpaid
National-bank notes outstanding
Due to banks 2
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal savings)
United States deposits
Total deposits
Aggrements to repurchase United States Government
or other securities sold
Bills payable and rediscounts
Acceptances of other banks and bills of exchange or
drafts sold with indorsement
Acceptances executed for customers
Acceptances executed by other banks for account of reporting banks
Securities borrowed
Other liabilities
Total.

1 Includes customers' liability under letters of credit.
3
Includes certified and cashiers' checks, and cash letters of credit and travelers' checks outstanding.




Principal items of resources and liabilities of national banks} September 30, 1932
In thousands of dollars]

Location

Num- Loans and
ber of discounts,
including
banks overdrafts *

Maine
..
New Hampshire.
Vermont.

43
53
45
141
10
58

Rhode Island.
Connecticut—
To'tal New England
States
350
496
New York
New Jersey
752
Pennsylvania
16
Delaware
_
Maryland
District ol Columbia^.
12
Total. Eastern States... 1,613
139
Virginia
_
83
West Virginia
42
North Carolina
21
South Carolina
61
Georgia
49
Florida
79
Alabama
25
Mississippi
29
Louisiana
489
Texas
51
Arkansas
108
Kentucky—
81
Tennessee
Total Southern States.. 1,257

59,413
35, 013
31,974
647,347
24,817
140,387
938,951

Investments

Real
estate,
furniture Cash in
and fix- vault
tures

37,930
25,960
37,166
86,394
26,410
57,289
366,924
25,828
100,285
145,657
1, 266, 396

Surplus Nationand net al-bank
undivided notes
outprofits standing

Capital

3,209
2,999
1,605
47,105
943
14,683

1,824
1, 599
1,046
14,270
1,016
4,864

14,616
8,141
6,111
267,504
4,734
35, 358

135,381
78,401
67, 522
1, 449, 434
52,466
273, 089

6,515
5,580
5,260
101,446
4,520
20,162

8,953
7,538
4,125
87,840
6,893
23, 352

70, 544

55,541
30,235
27,198
436, 311
20,607
76,438

24,619
335, 464
31, 624
905, 647
70,109
13, 417
32,757
320, 235
322
2,115
2,594
31,185
4,212
30,488
84,926 1, 359,779

2,056, 293
5,188,057
836,564
2,729,596
22,868
228,298
183, 334
9,188,717

143,483
378,942
51,590
156, 554
1,648
10,992
11,175
610,901

47,928
12,910
8,423
7,976
56,184
23,926
19,586
6,603
24,083
176,837
10,088
20,154

326,051
147,442
67,408
56,250
234,722

27, 363

79,131 14,284
9,892
35,988
4,243
14,276
3,519
16,722
63,190 14,118
88,079
8,324
49,018 10,910
16,682
2,640
22,116
9,051
213, 714 44, 278
20,611
1,957
57,784
6,012
55,372 14,489
732,683 143,717

6,306
1,673
1, 596
3,586
4,817
3,552
1,150
1,694
15, 251
1,477
3,044
4,239
51,067

454,384

172,092
53,735
115,373
822,553
60,274
188,603
262,135
2,670,221
=====
728,431
322, 785
980,040
921,649
431,581

12,110
6,955
4,385
18,490
15,300
16,870
4,035
8,725

71, 333
5,000
12,528
20,939
224,033
-

•

•

•

:

•

=

:

95,247
266
345,689
55,988
225, 374 39,452 12, 357
Ohio
157
140,224
26,122
101,033 18,769 11,318
47,606
Indiana
340
382,063
65,850
278,269 33,722 18,109
255,900
Illinois
103
523,870
9,505
51,895
218,464 56,246
101.652
Michigan..
133
214,311
7,621
127,607 18,028
57,380
Wisconsin..
1 Includes also customers' liability under letters of credit.
»Includes certified and cashiers' checks and




Due to
banks *

Demand
deposits,
including
United
States
deposits

Time
deposits

Bills
payable
and
rediscounts
3,717
2,291
3,194
5,856
200
5,069

138, 701
380,523
54,600
284,258

3, 752,919 3, 356,233 327,275
175,838

Due from
banks,
including Aggregate
reserve
assets
and other
cash items

4,907
4,951
4,377
19,003
4,049
10,865

3,608
4,258
990
154, 575
2,474
12, 621

25,600
28,233
11,852
659,588
17,495
108,200

25,152
37,356
376,169
16,402
89,508

178,526
850,968
625,485 20,327
48,152
956,990 49,344
2,208,360
84,738
403,467 39,162
232,455
27, 584
997,335 74,028
811,939
95,137
425
6,719
9,001
1,057
3,385
91, 514
68,509
16,089
8,631
2,974
72,441
66,950
3,596
10,835
750,004 220, 743 1, 084, 625 3,400,423 2,525, 257 169, 318

93,942
129, 310
20,489
19, 775
42,447
57,738
9,312
4,025
19,977
21,422
4,970
1,681
17,850
17,050
3,005
3,983
84,961
74,913
7,709
27,732
62,600
57,369
8,048
10,318
60,644
51, 742
6,276
13, 619
16,891
22,180
1,494
2,071
49,992
19, 592
17,676
6,381
6^591
381, 537
163,178
87, 555
51, 622 44,995
18,494
23,265
4,141
3,443
4,119
68,812
62,725
13,343 11,379
12,036
74,945
16,038 17,278
23,595
785, 753
993,092
221,001
174,790 151,985
=======
259,091
39,329
256,830
53,598 22,363
106,270
21,235
118,486
18,183 23,834
188,781
139, 778
481,307
51,036 25,142
470, 355
258,044
43,974
48,525 21,554
172,356
137, 559
25,577
cash letters of credit and travelers' checks outstanding,
22,235
10, 272
6,305
2,935
15,395
7,495
15,092

9,098
8,644
4,998
6,249
3,036
1,346
5,041
3,223
4,892
13,415
1,517
5,743
20,650
87,852
12,811
7,478
12,682
9,650
6,351

Principal items of resources and liabilities of national banks, September 80, 1932—-Continued
[In thousands of dollars]

Num- Loans and
ber of discounts,
banks including
overdrafts

Location

Due from
Real
banks,
estate, Cash in including
Aggregate
furniture
reserve
vault
assets
and fixand other
tures
cash items

Capital

NationSurplus al-bank
and net
notes
undivided
outprofits
standing

Due to
banks

Demand
deposits,
including
United
States
deposits

Time
deposits

Bills
payable
and
rediscounts

234
167
99

- .

190,098
m, 856
157,638

17,749
8,618
8,972

7,018
4,730
5, 202

91,969
34,728
120,105

556,128
203, 307
482, 873

37,115
14,190
32, 835

24,014
8,981
20, 859

15,410
9, 651
9,044

61,147
19,156
95, 341

182,124
70,814
203,410

227,257
72,819
115,869

3,386
6,029
2,816

2,119,905

1, 367, 339

201, 556

75,860

804, 587

4, 626, 794

314, 685

250,773

165, 396

449, 629

1,708,574

1,612,798

61,203

79
76
156
222
53
25
99
26
241

Total Middle Western
States

240,948
84,699
188,101

1,499

Minnesota
Iowa.. . - _ ._
Missouri

North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska..
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado. ._
New Mexico
Oklahoma

Investments

29, 595
23, 767
87, 550
74, 813
21,551
16,943
73, 263
11, 310
110, 968

21, 582
22,682
57,738
63, 438
31,637
10,198
89,833
9,741
106,280

3, 424
2, M5
7,925
9, 945
3,107
1,168
6, 351
1, 394
13, 635

1,125
1,094
3, 492
3,898
1,975
1,420
7,883
836
4, 342

6, 449
5, 957
38,073
44, 748
10, 609
4,871
45, 308
3,156
62, 286

63,191
56, 97(5
195, 822
197, 647
69, 580
34,698
223,680
26,526
298,609

4, 550
4,075
13,985
16,418
4,460
2,270
11, 790
1,910
25,065

2,902
3,178
8, 788
10, 324
4,306
2,204
11, 659
1,250
9,765

2, 945
1,867
8, 765
9,794
2,029
1, 551
6,164
1,349
9, 694

1,730
2,320
24, 232
20,721
2,677
1,649
19, 410
711
27, 414

17,856
19,048
80,884
89,341
25,800
12, 676
91,487
12,225
137,040

30,026
21,853
52,273
47,645
27,824
11,795
77,827
7,074
85,247

2, 368
3,826
5,441
2, 683
1, 519
2,494
4,550
1,849
2,816

Total Western S t a t e s . .

977

449, 760

413,129

49, 614

26,065

221,457

1,166,729

84, 523

54, 376

44,158

100, 864

486, 357

361,564

27,546

Washington
.Oregon
California
--Idaho
Utah .
Nevada
...
Arizona
Total Pacific States

84
73
165
28
15
9
10
384

95,616
56, 394
1,181,866
6,999
16,504
12,405
6,290

108,946
90,030
075,091
6,417
18,010
6,169
9,358

9, 537
6,532
98, 251
992
948
928
1,210

4,213
3,332
20,777
531
343
396
1, 258

41,051
35, 669
251, 703
2,440
7,672
1,900
3,144

260,919
193, 713
2, 256, 311
17,442
43,976
21,858
21,423

23, 530
12, 760
138,417
1,450
2,975
1,400
1,650

10,573
7,676
119, 732
841
1,986
808
1, 366

14,016
10,477
78,686
907
2,661
1,217
1,395

21,975
14,668
140, 788
445
0,215
887
717

94,617
65,198
674,103
6,896
16,293
5,140
7,738

87,538
76,863
1,110,944
5,964
12,190
8,500
7,826

6,819
4,434
60,086
762
904
3,824
499

1, 376,074

914,021

118,398

30,849

343, 579

2,815,642

182,182

142,982

109, 359

185, 695

769,985

1, 309,825

77, 328

Alaska (nonmember banks)..
The Territory of Hawaii
(nonmember bank)

4

1,607

1,S76

124

369

906

4,889

275

254

137

24

2,195

1,904

70

1

18,892

11,681

391

1,852

3,037

36, 710

3,150

2,443

3,150

717

11, 309

15,347

Total
(nonmember
banks)
Total United States

5

20,499

13, 557

515

2,221

3,943

41, 599

3,425

2,697

3,287

741

13,504

17,251

70

6,085

9,924,504

7,443, 292

911,619

295,607

3, 523,193

22, 565,995

1,563, 232

1, 514, 323

743,080

2, 221, 081

8, 222,903

7, 237, 933

443, 644




REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

43

NATIONAL-BANK LIABILITIES ON ACCOUNT OF BILLS PAYABLE AND
REDISCOUNTS

Liabilities of national banking associations for money borrowed
on account of bills payable and rediscounts at the date of each call
since October 31, 1931, are shown in the following statement:
Total borrowings of national banks on account of bills payable and rediscounts at
date of each call since October 81, 1931, according to geographical location
[In thousands of dollars]
New
England
States
Dec. 31, 1931:
Bills payable
Rediscounts

Eastern Southern
States
States

Middle
Western
States

Western
States

Pacific

States

Total

32, 042
14,509

190,942
47,822

34,806
36,879

87,414
30,596

10,704
15, 797

49,160
4,694

405,068
150,297

46, 551

238, 764

71, 685

118,010

26,501

53,854

555,365

June 30, 1932:
Bills payable.
Rediscounts

14, 772
11, 528

150, 645
40.007

50,178
32, 824

48, 667
19,170

10,616
17,895

100,693
6,895

378,571
128,319

Total . .

Total

29,300

190, 652

83,002

67,837

28,511

107,588

506,890

Sept. 30, 1932:
Bills payable
Rediscounts

14, 291
6,036

139, 950
29,368

57, 661
30,191

44, 475
16,728

8,545
19,001

72,376
5,022

337,298
106,346

Total

20,327

169, 318

87, 852

61, 203

27, 546

77, 398

443,644

Total borrowings of national banks on account of bills payable and rediscounts at
date of each call since October 81, 1931, according to central and other reserve
cities and country banks
[In thousands of dollars]
Central
reserve
cities
Dec. 31, 1931:
Bills pavable
Rediscounts

Country
banks

Total

32, 433
. _ _

.

. _ _ . _ _ _ _ _

Total
Sept. 30, 1932:
Bills pavable
Rediscounts
Total




- -

212,786
111,171

405,068
150,297

198,975

323,957

655,365

2,316
227

118,554
6,666

257, 701
321,426

378,571
128,319

2, 543

- .

159,849
39,126

32,433

.

Total
June 30, 1932:
Bills pavable
Rediscounts

Other
reserve
cities

125, 220

379,127

506,890

2,304

81,987
5,421

253, 007
100, 925

337, 298
106,346

2,304

87,408

353, 932

443,644

. _.

44

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY
LOANS AND DISCOUNTS OF NATIONAL BANKS

The statement following shows a classification of loans and discounts reported by national banks as of June 30, 1930, 1931, and 1932.
Classification of loans and discounts as of June 80, 1980, 1981, and 193:2
[In thousands of dollars]
June 30, 1930
Amount
Acceptances of other banks, payable in
United States
Notes, bills, acceptances, and other instruments evidencing loans payable in
foreign countries
Commercial paper bought in open market.
Loans to banks and trust companies:
On securities
Allother
Loans secured by United States Government and other securities (exclusive of
loans to banks)
Real-estate loans, mortgages, deeds of
trust, and other liens on real estate:
On farm land
On other real estate
All other loans, including reporting banks'
own acceptances purchased or discounted
.
_.
Total.
Loans secured by United States Government obligations
Total loans eligible for rediscount with
Federal reserve banks




Per
cent

June 30, 1931
Amount

Per
cent

June 30, 1932
Amount

Per
cent

S4, 275

0.57

174, 540

1.33

124, 716

1.21

51, 550
381, 470

.35
2.56

51.881
269,215

.39
2.04

14, 580
83,251

.14
.81

141,272
193, 315

.95
1.33

125, 216
141, 412

.95
1.07

196, 508
135,151

1.91
1.32

5, 484, 713

36.84

4, 537, 713

34.44

3, 1S2, 495

30.95

296,970
1, 176, 031

1.99
7.90

304, 824
1, 2S0, 599

2.31
9.72

299,794
1, 317, 487

12.81

2.92

7, 073,156

47. 51

6, 292,105

47.75

4,927,694

47.93

14, 887,752

100.00

13,177,4S5

100.00

10, 281,676

100.00

106, 429

121,195

92,811

2, 718, 792

2, 153, 686

1, 849, 781

Loans and discounts of national banks, June SO, 1982 l
[In thousands of dollars]

Location

Loans to banks
Notes,
bills,
acceptAccept- ances,
and
ances of other Comother instru- mercial
banks ments paper
payevi- bought
able in dencing in open
United loans, market On se- All
States payable
curi- other
ties
in foreign
countries

Loans on securities, exclusive of loans to banks

To bro- To brokers
kers
and
and
To
dealers dealers others
in New elseYork where
City

Real estate loans,
mortgages, deeds
of trust, and
other liens on
real estate

On
farm
land

Memoranda

Reporting
banks'
own ac- All other
ceptances pur- loans
chased
On other or disreal estate counted

Total

Loans
secured
by
United
States
Government
obligations

Total
loans eligible for
rediscount
with Federal reserve
banks
including
paper under rediscount

1
w
o
o

CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES

Now York
Chicago
Total central reserve cities...

89, 505
380

5.283
2,998

12,356
2,577

73, 262
25,902

38, 256 IOC, 023
4,477

42,642
11,927

589,795
112,941

458
164

14,054
803

24,961
10,147

569,262 1, 505,857
262,459
90,143

89,885

8,281

14,933

99,164

42,733 106,023

54, 569

702,736

622

14, 857

35,108

659,405 1, 828,316

Boston . _ . . .
23,542
629 12,817 24,430
2,031
1,232 22,038
93, 633
38, 882
2
Brooklyn and Bronx
_
30
9
2
4,626
2,116
3
Buffalo..-897
122
4
1,078
2,268 22,276
4,372
7,319
350
101,604
138
17,400
Philadelphia
5,867
1,328
1
Pittsburgh...
400
75,379
1,306
1,266
617
322
12.141
94
Baltimore
3,220
519
82
Washington
._.
100
27, 595
35
3,587
142
1,450
480
747
9,869
617
Richmond- .
.
10
557
5
15
Charlotte.-.
2,005
781
33
1
8
714
147
14,415
842
Atlanta
330
90
20
382
Savannah.
8,274
1,178
572
418
205
44
4,329
742
2,064
Jacksonville
24
67
19
61
6, 255
1,542
1,212
250
357
Birmingham
320
257
5,121
18
913
301
276
New Orleans.
687
25,725
2,605
154
437
15
Dallas
397
555
1,283
1
A similar classification of loans and discounts of national banks on Dec. 31,1931, appears in the appendix of this report.

10, 319

197, 618
7, 413
457
166, 505
52,162
13,620
35,922
9,876
5, 638
22.627
22, 310
7,037
19, 598
14,932
39,430

32,772
5,543
38,315

224,009
31,179

g

255,188

OTHER RESERVE CITIES




1,616

1,148
659

427,171
14,198
1,479
324.930
136,443
28,060
71, 202
23, 606
8,477
39,174
34, 507
14,326
29,275
22,797
71, 288

3,807
43
1
1,246
1,087
194
513
170
41
238
342
56
6
154
1,241

53,886
2,815
314
65,748
25,734
4,159
8,105
3,974
1.793
6,800
7,590
3,824
3,945
3,867
19,242

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4

Or

Loans and discounts of national banks, June 30, 1932—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]

Location

Loans to banks
Notes,
bills,
acceptAccept- ances,
and
ances of other
Comother instru- mercial
banks ments paper
paybought
evi« in open
able in
United dencing market On seloans,
All
States payable
curiother
ties
in foreign
countries

Loans on securities, exclusive of loans to banks

To bro- To brokers
kers
and
and
dealers dealers
in New elseYork where
City

To
others

Real estate loans,
mortgages, deeds
of trust, and
other liens on
real estate

Memoranda

Reporting
banks'
own ac- All other
ceptances pur- loans
chased
On other or disreal estate counted

On
farm
land

Total

Loans
secured
by
United
States
Government
obligations

Total
loans eligible for
rediscount
with Federal reserve
banks
including
paper under rediscount

OTHER RESERVE CITIES—COntd.

El Paso
Fort Worth....
Oalveston
Houston
San Antonio...
Waeo
Louisville
Memphis
Nashville
Cincinnati.
Cleveland
Columbus
Toledo
Indianapolis
Chicago
Peoria
Detroit
Grand Rapids.
Milwaukee
Minneapolis
St. Paul
Cedar Rapids..
DesMoines




100
10

30
70
825
115
980
10

395
59
1,421

190
45
200
100

974
1,432
977
435
250

293
93
610
526
319
1,245
439
1,281
25
755
64
3,732
718
6,760
2,109
312
503
459

1,037
180
610
617
149
759
681
806
1,196
6
1,197

102
874
15
150
56

1,364
246
1,449
2,016
6,946
1,631
422
1,450

130

411
475
3,059
1,860
951
345
1,104
2
17
4,287
32
542
1,628
418

693
9,800
1,770
20,297
3,798
1,761
8,105
7,796
15,833
24,527
31,389
18,140
1,428
9,307
793
5,903
127,508
4,324
38,157
25,059
13,663
2,401
6,188

39
1,230

r

481
1,348
422
852
99
19

1,387
27
20
5
544
334
14
316

190
028
515
3,361
1,099
993
98
527
1,008
1,287
13,219
10,727
305
1,306
729
808
173, 798
990
2,559
1,028
2,724
219
611

4,CG9
21, 697
7,983
28,819
12,656
3,779
15,306
11,912
18,887
12,848
405 15, 569
14, 250
1,724
27,190
651
6,275
116, 425
3,217
61,175
430 62, 232
271 38,466
3,538
1,580
6,161

5, 097
34, 740
10, 650
55,560
19,626
7,219
26, 292
22,930
40,067
42,982
61,978
45,958
3,499
41,448
2,234
16,311
427,271
9,301
112,518
101,417
58, 796
7,632
17,032

67
19
663
1,440
535
528
601
119
809
337
694
63
1,021
68
68
2,323
38
536
690
485
14
176

2,928
9,424
3,227
5,577
5,324
1,563
6,558
3,095
6,436
5,155
8,681
7,451
349
7,331
64
2,915
10,153
1,150
14,694
28,384
30,952
855
1,990

O

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Dubuque
Sioux City
Kansas City, Mo.
St. Joseph
St. Louis
Lincoln
Omaha
Kansas City,
Topeka
Wichita
Helena
Denver
Pueblo
Oklahoma City.
Tulsa
Seattle
_..
Spokane
Portland
Los Angeles
Oakland
San Francisco..
Ogden
Salt Lake City.
Total other reserve cities
Total all reserve cities

220
302
2,262
2,895
131
494
10
150
556
59
16

133

89
823
6, 511

1, 687

862
43
961

841
23

1,251

60
950
10
,380
105
214
123
5
35'

255
89
285
1,231

25
15
1,613

123

14

2,301
1
62

31,851

5, 039 38,204 86,179

121, 736

48
420
992
882
3,735
1,758
3,044
1,081
35
923

7
50
200
40
300

~2~285
685

2,102
736
238
99
378
518
9
35
1,416

630

1,154
265
208

15
6
97

1,
22
188
3, 658
260
4,569

633
52,459

3,751

1,186
1,203
12,876
1,
37,747
2,318
7,309
1,183
1,694
2,659
505
13,613
1,479
4,354
16,811
12,549
2,505
7,505
60,314
7,521

402
458
297
142
14
119
774
816
146
81
44
1,130

480
493
103
57
25
19,616
16
3
65,969
116
563
376
3,917

65,080 1,105,351 101, 274
—
a 101,896
1,808,087

13,320 53,137 185,343 95,192 109,774 119,649

588
184
796
77
5,247
4
179
639
262
253
10
2,105
1
2,376
2,446
1,335
790
3,183
174,442
2,002
* 200, 524
61
672

650

83

34
807

8,588
207

1,929
3,794
34,248
3,617
47,557
6,642
23,912
2,548
3,380
4,045
1,152
18, 902
1,732
23,484
14,678
30, 267
7,755
14,876
117, 552
9,804
275,368
1,636
4,206

4,164|
6,383
51.941
8,365
102,544
11,077
36,611
6,390
5,601
8,522
1,718
40,308
3,581
32,615
34,673
46,929
11, 619
26,670
378, 576
19,776
702, 234
2,584
9,937

661
251
2,065
187
1,087
93
535
168
62
240
2
609
17
47
74
526
3
214
1,846
9
1,073
1
23

1,290
2,558
17,506
4,106
36,168
2,716
11,595
1,436
1,825
2,047
750
9,381
865
5,139
3,122
12,674
1,278
5,611
21,199
1,759
57, 347
666
1,633

a 691, 260

26,801 1, 763,658 3, 970,907

29, 704

578,613

2

706,117

61,909 2,423,063 5,799, 223

68,019

833,801

7,040
4,346
4,777
35,906
4, ~~
21, 687

32, 700
18,661
19,914
90, 774
7,912
65.985

553
197
187
740
357
422

9,232
6,342
6,549

COUNTRY BANKS

Maine,..,
New HampshireVermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut
Total New England kStates..
New York.
New Jersey.
_
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland.
Total Eastern States
Virginia
_
_
West Virginia. __
_
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
_
Florida

200

2,211
27

181
597
36
5,113
1, 881
2,119

9, 927
5,479
816
3,578
15
54
9,942
286
186

15
247
35
80
2
31
192
137
120
103
531
308
1, 201
600
276 6,988
982 2,706
2, 286 6,258
8
22
10
96
3.562 16. 070
472
338
18

14
64
371
417
866
3,599
1,303
1, 205

1,357
172
46
488
190
724
2,977
71
1,471
1,144

18,131
12,136
6,143
70,924

10, 270
56, 994
174, 598
157,422
104,167
235, 592
2,692
10,171
510,044
41,01!
23,288
3,626
5,937
5,158
4,885

1,833
728
1,545
951
223
540
5,820
8,687
2,632
14, 985
938
3,362

83
30,604
3,410
120
305
6,643
1
111
1,177
\
1,505
1,228
279
16:
2.817
110
45
1,001
338
80
3
Revised since publication of abstract No. 174, which also showedfigurescovering the call for June 30,1932.




2,238

6,107
252
212
82
7

52

78, 042

53

235,946

87,206
81, 541
124,175
931
6,746
300, 599

18
389
617
3
142

242, 479
200, 957
353, 265
5,584
32, 511

14,156
11, 264
2,054
1,258
2,664
3,277

1.169
235

61,518
36,820
32,865
204,956
25, 201
148,888
510, 248
515, 079
396, 970
743,142
10, 193
53.175

834, 796 1, 718, 559

93, 965
43,839
21,898
18,086
17, 584
11, 693.

159, 686
81. 381
29,421
27,438
28, 561
23, 005

2,456
1,511
l f 045
2,800
11
115
5,482

836
164
133
274
342

27,215
4,072
14,818
68,228
88, 339
52, 077
86, 025
1,578
8,025
236, 044
34,656
12,029
7,307
7,409
7,405
4,801

• Loans and discounts of national banks, June 80, 1982—Continued

00

[In thousands of dollars]

Location

on securities, excluLoans to banks Loans of loans to banks
Notes,
sive
bills,
acceptAccept- ances,
and
ances of other Comother instru- mercial
banks ments paper
paybought
To bro- To broeviable in dencing in open
kers
kers
United loans, market On se- All
and
and
To
States payable
curi- other dealers dealers others
in New
ties
in forelseYork
eign
where
City
countries

Real estate loans,
mortgages, deeds
of trust, and
other liens on
real estate

On
farm
land

Memoranda

Keportbanks'
own ac- All other
ceptances pur- loans
chased
On other or disreal estate counted

Total

Loans
secured
by
United
States
Government
obligations

Total
loans eligible for
rediscount
with Federal reserve
banks
including
paper under rediscount

Ohio .
.
Indiana
_ ___ ..
Illinois. _
Michigan .
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Iowa
.
.
_
Missouri
Total Middle Western States.




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Alabama
,_
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky....
Tennessee
Total Southern States

s
s

327
10
15

4,463
4,580
2,140
8,600
2, 629
7,415
5,145

10,094

2,255

1,373

152, 544

49,302

69,645

389
586
935
266
945
480
214
54

565
2,917
2,449
87
409
719
1,117
461

1,457
432
184
98
4
24

694
127
320
404
187
277
80
48

53,846
20,400
30, 676
35, 220
37,095
21,543
4,496
7,762

14,676
9,032
13, 256
4,331
6,253
10,163
8,607
2,207

31, 322
21, 666
10,540
24,060
11,317
8,031
4,237
4,565

3,869

8,724

2,201

2,137

211,038

68,525

115,738

], 114
65
10
163

69
8
885
403
273

1,162

2,827

1,798

2
10

60
595
628
580
911
1,545
190
736
5,245

225

1
45

70

64

20
15
613
14

3,440
3,990
3,908
12,109
2,476
6, 092
2,916

480
302
367
1,211
713
431
863

241
10

16
6

306
20

8, 765
3, 701
4,840
16, 709
3,167
15,318
16,131

23-7
54
20
383
25
73
145

730

13

58, 343

59,115
27,363
36,300
167,053
25,678
76,144
83, 794

533,230

824,939

4,775

192,980

4
51
52

103,364
54, 625
98,488
46,435
61, 012
50,840
42,212
20,375

206,375
110,403
157,496
111,386
118,174
93,700
61, 208
36, 284

2,439
1,733
1,100
824
502
1,854
217
239

26,056
20,114
33,182
9,734
22,367
28,055
18,940
7,420

115

477,351

895,026

8,908

165,868

5G
49
36

40,632
14,669
24,115
125,937
16, 293
4(5,176

4
382
3
5

345
25
38
870
265
321
129

14,288
5, 286
5,751
60,854
5,511
11, 904
15, 779

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North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming.
Colorado
_
New Mexico
Oklahoma,
_
Total Western States
Washington
Oregon.
California
Idaho._.
Utah
._ .
Nevada
Arizona
_
Total Pacific States
Alaska (nonmember banks)
The Territory of Hawaii (nonmember bank)

50

74
2

31

55
78
424
461
95
16
74
91
35

126

31

1,329

259

3,461

162

1,189

28, 395

22, 708

14,277

16

21
48
368
71

11
14
60
61

133
5
231
2

69

47
2
217
53

10
9

28

2

35
2

300

1

6,904
2,171
18,975
3,886
550
1 202
1,428

3,003
3,826
10,398
1,236
746
883
710

3,636
2,053
19,639
469
300
1,315
111

18

527

174

408

369

320

35,116

20,802

28,189

19

19

3

86

31

216
543
698
792
49
607
84
176
296

7

6
1,087

3,832
2,023
2,699
4,984
1, 013
928
2,682
787
3,760

2,226
1,174
1.118
2,090
1,032
647
1,642
1,319
3,029

63
64
404

33

2, 305
1,673
1,161
5,142
3,248
2,358
5,363
1,162
5,983

68
30
33

124, 716

14,580

314
182
157
331
653
141
217
9
530

9,570
9,669
18,790
23, 497
6,721
7,418
12, /40
3,949
20, 392

781

217,271

289,989

2,534

112, 746

80

27, 793
23,189
62, 748
7,818
3,034
8,254
3,613

41,564
31,308
112,836
13,596
4,630
11, 727
6,922

148
130
270
28
17
17
24

9,908
6,523
16,890
2,489
1,227
1,149
1,610

192

7

112

137

136,449

222,583

634

39, 796

1,050

1,719

3

318

4,554

3,937
4,987

l
w

19, 390

9,556

302

9,582

137

4,880

21,109

3

197,898

611,370

2,692 2,440,030 4,482, 453

24, 792

815,980

83, 251 196,508 135,151 121, 734 131, 357 2,929,404 « 299, 794 * 1,317,487

64,601 4,863,093110,281,676

92,811

i

318

11, 708 1,121,317

1, 649, 781

602

317
1,260

30,290
24,861
42,272
59,637
20, 438
17,835
33, 291
11,802
49, 563

302

302

2,980

243

21,420
18,188
35,696
46,107
14, 939
13, 211
23,404
8,193
36,113

326

26

317

Total (nonmember banks)
Total country banks
Total United States

31
31
3
31
62
68
2

302

602

30,114

11,165

39,959

11,960

Revised since publication of abstract No. 174, which also showedfigurescovering the call for June 30,1932.




CO

50

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

The percentage of loans and discounts of national banks in the
central reserve cities of New York and Chicago to the total loans and
discpunts of all national banks on June 30, 1932, together with similar information in relation to banks in other reserve cities, etc., is
shown in the following statement, compared with like information
as of June 30, 1930 and 1931:
[In thousands of dollars]
Loans
Banks in—

June 30 , 1930
Amount

Per cent

June 30, 1931
Amount

June 30 , 1932

Per cent

Amount

Per cent

2,837, 537

19.06

2, 522, 210

19.14

1, 565,857

15. 23

} 3,418,923
5, 072, 460

22.97
34.07

2, 966, 537
4, 627, 747

22.51
35.12

1,828,316
3,970,907

17.78
38.62

8,491,383
All reserve cities
States (exclusive of reserve cities)... . 6, 396, 369
14, 887, 752
Total United States

57.04
42. 96

7, 594, 284
5, 583, 201

57.63
42.37

5,799, 223
4, 482,453

56.40
43.60

100.00

13,177, 485

100.00

10, 281, 676

100.00

New York

._

Do
Chicago
Other reserve cities

_.

COMPARATIVE CHANGES IN DEMAND AND TIME DEPOSITS, LOANS
AND DISCOUNTS, UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT AND OTHER
BONDS AND SECURITIES OWNED, AND THE AMOUNT OF RESERVE
OF NATIONAL BANKS WITH FEDERAL RESERVE BANKS SINCE
JUNE 30, 1928

The amount and percentage of increase or reduction of demand
and time deposits, loans and discounts, United States and other bonds
and securities owned, and reserve of national banks with Federal
reserve banks on June 30, of each of the last five years are shown in
the following statement:
[In thousands of dollars]
Per
cent
increase
June 30,
1923

Per
cent
increase

Per
cent
increase

June 29, or de- June 30, or de- June 30, or de- June 30, or de1929
1930
1931
crease
crease
1932
crease
crease
since
June
30,
1928

Demand deposits
Time deposits
Loans and discounts i_
United S t a t e s and
other bonds, stocks,
etc., owned
Eeserve with Federal
reserve banks

Per
cent
increase

since
June
29,
1929

since
June
30,
1930

since
June
30,
1931

11, 003, 795 10, 504,263 - 4 . 54 10, 926, 201, +4. 02 10,105,885 -7.51 7,940,653 -21.43
.
" , ,
8, 296,638^ 8,317,095 +.25 8,752,571 +5.24 8,579,590 -1.98 7, 265,640 -15.31
15,144,"" 14, 801,130 - 2 . 27 14,887, 752 + . 59 13,177,
995
"* "7,485 - 1 1 . 4910, 231, 676-21.98
I,
7,147,448 6,656,535

6, 888,171 +3.48 7,674,837 +11. 42 7,196,652 -6.23

1,453, 383 1, 344, 951

1, 421, 676 +5.70 1,418,096

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




- . 2 5 1,150,575 -18.86

51

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT SECURITIES OWNED BY NATIONAL
BANKS IN RESERVE CITIES AND STATES

The following statement shows a classification of United States
Government securities owned by national banks according to reserve
cities and States, June 30, 1932. (In the appendix of this report
appears also a table which discloses, by reserve cities and States, a
similar classification of United States Government securities owned
by national banks on December 31, 1931.)
United States Government securities owned by national banks, June 30, 1982
[In thousands of dollars]
United States Government securities

Location

Bonds (including
bonds deposited to
secure circulation)

Certificates
Treasury of indebted Treasury
bills
notes
ness

Total

CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES

New YorkChicago
Total central reserve cities..

470, 238
36, 433

64, 299
9,551

113, 234
25,029

42,203
5,000

690,024
76,013

506, 721

73,850

138, 263

47,203

766,037

53,502
3, 402
1,634
81, 835
151, 068
22, 011
35,929
2,719
2,198
19, 443
5,541
17,263
8,925
5,574
15, 473
1,965
7,952
3,876
22,763
4,930
3,524
15, 836
3,382
3, 873
11, 056
23,360
7,205
2,824
13,918
1,410
8.268
85; 007
1,031
9,780
27,032
20,643
1,997
2,987
250
3,513
16,915
2, 723
15, 679
2,991
7,533
2,865
4,820
696

20, 510
154
385
6,179
8,315
1,350
3,841
783
320
10
874
1,398

48,161

500

1,177
1,051
1,916
976
325
51
201
220
50
160
77

2,345
1,114
20
503
4,038
3,493
210
3,199
4
43
35

245

1,222

790

712
151
225
50
290
9,625
3,269

122, 673
3,556
2,019
89,768
161,019
27,481
41,046
4,115
2,618
19, 453
7,691
24,272
8,925
5,674
18,995
4,130
9,888
5,355
27,126
8,474
3,935
19,255
3,436
4,076
11,168
23,360
8,672
2,824
15,420
1,561
8,633
86,713
1,672
22,004
33,459
20,643
2,314
3,050
1,125
4,606
22,027
3,565
26,602
4,388
11,565
2,890
5,131
8,760

OTHER RESERVE CITIES

Boston
Brooklyn and Bronx.
Buffalo
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh.
Baltimore
Washington
Richmond
Charlotte
Atlanta
Savannah
.
Jacksonville
Birmingham
New Orleans
Dallas..
El Paso_
Forth Worth
Galveston
Houston
San Antonio
Waco
-~Louisville
Memphis
Nashville
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Toledo__-I
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, K a n s . . .
Topeka_
Wichita




140
1,656
251
2,599
3,158

1,754
1,636
4,120
970
613

306

1,276
5,611

317
63
875
295
600
296
3,679
712
1,125
25
210
2,314

798
4,512
546
5,144
685
2,907

2,100

101
4,650

1,100

52

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

United States Government securities owned by national banks, June

30,1932—Con.

[In thousands of dollars]
United States Government securities
Location

Bonds (including
bonds de- Treasury
posited to
notes
secure circulation)

Certificates Treasury
> indebtedf
bills
ness

Total

OTHEB RESERVE CITIES—continued

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

1,196
30, 514
1,580
6,992
6,745
22,968
3,299
30, 550
77, 224
3,477
201, 642
500
5,013

2,695
472
1,297
175
6,767
410
2,832
782
373

1,196
38, 593
2,052
8,289
6, 920
36,497
3,769
32, 550
92,153
3,477
207,726
873
5,013

5,384

6,762
60
2,080
12, 097
5,302

Total other re-serve cities.

1,160,821

85,096

146, 017

4,006

1, 395,940

Total all reserve cities

1,667, 542

158,946

284,280

61,209

2,161,9"7

9,356
11,629
6,105
48,060
6,693
29,559

2,713
920
687
9,668
732
3,535

65
398
35
1,826

Total New England Stales_
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania Delaware
Maryland

111,402

18, 235

3,322

123,322
84,624
149, 487
1,879
7,784

16,475
7,783
11,513
203
802

4,994
3, 396
2,442
283
20

Total Eastern States.

367,096

38, 776

11,135

29,306
14, 242
4,678
5,452
8,905
28,231
13,210
3,800
4,137
42, 391
8,458
12,333
12, 391

2,650
630
338
1,088
802
3,378
467
267
842
3,070
469
1,147
383

339
1
5
263
216
6,149
841
508
55
963
75
131
1,709

187,534

COUNTRY BANKS

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut

Virginia
West Virginia...
North Carolina..
South Carolina..
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi—
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee
Total Southern States.
Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan. .
Wisconsin..
MinnesotaIowa
Missouri- _.
Total Middle Western StatesNorth Dakota.
South Dakota..
Nebraska
Kansas ._--_
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico...
Oklahoma
Total Western States.




12,134
12,947
6,807
59,622
7,425
34,092
68

133,027
144,797
95,803
163, 671
2,365
8,608

235

10

415,242
32,295
14,873
5,021
6,803
9,923
37,758
14,524
4,575
5,034
46,434
9,002
13,661
14,533

15,531

11,255

116

214,436

48,885
31,985
49, 587
24,029
21,728
28,699
12, 332
12,529

2,705
2,672
4,629
3,606
4,105
1,563
1,143
960

141
762
3,024
2,316
3,413
322
1,083
582

467
52

52,198
35,471
57,240
29,951
29,360
30,584
14,558
14,080

229, 774

21,383

11,643

6,203
5,464
11,098
14,468
8,391
4,776
8,720
4,195
18, 752

750
1,124
997
1,255
348
330
1,432
192
1,595

31
345

76
100
44

82,067

8,023

2,715

687
594

114
.....
642

263,442

70
360

16

6,984
6,933
12,959
16,480
9,693
5,106
10,228
4,487
20,407

472

93,277

REPOKT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

53

United States Government securities owned by national banks, June SO, 1932—Con.
[In thousands of dollars)
United States Government securities
Bonds (including
bonds deposited to
secure circulation)

Location

Treasury
notes

Certificates
of indebted- Treasury
bills
ness

Total

COUNTRY BANKS—continued

Washington
Oregon
California
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
Arizona

. .

14,526
8,625
20,955
3,392
1,028
2,959
6,834

.
.

-

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

570
211
437

7,013

1,233

1,093

69

1,162

3,283

955

4,238

253
47

15
300

18,003
9,930
23,342
4,512
1,060
3,029
5,989
65,865

4,376

_.

1,024

1, 039,568

_

Total country banks
Total United States

2,654
1,094
1,903
1,120
32
70
140

57,319

.

107,985

41,303

1,833

1,190,689

2, 707,110

266,931

325, 583

53,042

3, 352,666

5,400

INVESTMENTS OF NATIONAL BANKS

The tables following disclose a summary of the investments of
national banks in United States Government and other bonds and
securities held June 30, 1930, 1931, and 1932, and a detailed classification by reserve cities and States of bonds and securities other than
United States owned on June 30, 1932. (In the appendix of this
report appears also a table which discloses, by reserve cities and
States, a similar classification of bonds and securities other than
United States owned by national banks on December 31, 1931.)
[In thousands of dollars}
June 30,
1930
Domestic securities:
State, county, and municipal bonds
Railroad bonds
Other public service corporation bonds
All other bonds
Stock of Federal Reserve Bank
_
Stock of other corporations
Collateral trust and other corporation notes
Municipal warrants
_
AH other, including claims, judgments, etc
Foreign securities:
Government bonds
_
Other foreign securities, including bonds of municipalities, etc
Total
United States Government securities
Total bonds and securities of all classes




June 30,
1931

June 30,
1932

791,954

997,220
719,688

783,788
891,625
100,780
111, 596
122,668
104,381
39,205

886,614
98,315
119,160
146,837
112,487
34,602

1,031,407
652,665
684,465
686,308
90,417
114,669
118, 240
86,291
34,576

267,816
259,890

230,979
245,469

168,155
176, 793

4,134,230 4,418,569
2, 753, 941 3,256,268

3,843.986
3,352,666

6,888,171

7,196,652

7, 674,837

United States Government, domestic, and foreign bonds, securities, etc., owned by national banks June 30, 1932
[In thousands of dollars]
Foreign securities

Domestic securities
United
All
States
Other
other,
Collateral
Govern- State,
Stock of Stock of trust and Munici- includpublic
ment
county, Railroad service All other Federal other
ing
other
securiand
pal
ties
munici- bonds corpora- bonds reserve corpora- corpora- warrants claims,
banks
tion
tions
Judgtion
pal bonds
bonds
ments,
notes
etc.

Location

Other
foreign
securities,
Govern- including
ment
bonds bonds ot
municipalities,
etc.

Total
bonds,
stocks, Total,
securities, etc., all bonds
and seother
curities
than
United
States

CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES

New York.
Chicago

090,024
76,013

Total central reserve cities.

113,024
8,170

132,020
2,391

50,768
2,669

59,393
6,127

19, 548
1,760

24,187
2,607

25,842
616

3,542
4,508

765
384

32,083
412

17,069
236

478,241 1,168,265
105,893
29,880

766,037

121,194

134,411

53,437

65,520

21,308

26, 794

20,458

8,050

1,149

32,495

17,305

508,121

1,274,158

12,186
2,648
850
20,889
22,519
4,940
3,789
2,306

19, 574
2,815
758
16,992
14,834
234
4,007
1,619

1,913

624
6

2,153
1,512
28
242
1,206
54
139
232
63
171
45
1,283

11, 517
350
221
3,651
2,197
884
610
186

97, 781
9,295
2,431

220,454
12,851
4,450

14, 616
10,887
9,459
1,349
45

820
355
87
6,132
2,225
1,028
400
22

2,166
485
1,276
197
395
1,062
8
145
500
1,262
270
230
1,967
239

3,795
241
38
3,490
1,797
345
597
240
96
364
261
250
300
150
477
44
224
90
448
218
52
157
270
221

6,525
164

2,541
558
1,798
248
311
247

12,078
1,145
361
10,523
27,203
4,883
5,092
1,372
197
2,142
1,405
2,332
403
1,450
2,814
353
1,155
1,870
6,449
288
1,343
1,428
897
2.777

142
18P
87
53
101
304

281
376
232
121
156
84
16

85,579
30,057
19,414
10,588
1,396
10,611
3,832
11,211
3,813
3,636
13,526
2,294

106
284
128
73
114
105
157

129
573
1
85
113
126
104

5,840
4,489
14,161
5,115
3,275
5,721
8,381
7.013

OTHER RESERVE CITIES

Boston
Brooklyn and Bronx
Buffalo
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Baltimore
Washington
Richmond
Charlotte
Atlanta
Savannah
Jacksonville
Birmingham
New Orleans
Dallas
El Paso."
Fort Worth
Galveston
Houston
San Antonio
Waco
Louisville
Memphis
T T >

~__.

I

ill




122,673
3,556
2,019
89,768
161,019
27,481
41,046
4,115
2,518
19,453
7,691
24, 272
8,925
5.574
18,995
4,130

28,749
1,571
116
17,729
1,684
8,250
3,327
3,592
996
2,785
325
4,624
2,033
1,028
4,380
616
3,595
5,355
1,035
27,126
2,331
8,474
2,885
3,935
1,336
19,255
322
3,436
6,549
x ft?rt '? 737

382
926
174
140
1,590
91

87
103
[,039
382
3
11
48
434

2,594
22

48
419
47

90
132

183
141
284
3

2,593
1,008
2
64
363
45
13

180

53
3
1
40
108
189
383
79
212
721

188, 717
246,598
57,538
60,460
14,703
3,914
30,064
11,523
35,483
12,738
9,210
32,521
6,424
15,728
9,844
41,287
13,689
7,210
24,976
11,817
11.089

Cincinnati-.Cleveland—--..,
.
Columbus
„„,_...,..
Toledo
,.__._
^ Indianapolis, _-_..
£t Chicago.
„-_..._.
"<* Peoria
.___
.

11,168 I
23, 360
8,672
2,824
15, 420
1,561
8,633
86, 713
1, 572
22, 004
33, 459
20, 643
2,314
3, 050
1,125
4,606
22, 027
3, 565
26, 602
4,388
11,565
2,890
5,131
8, 760
1,196
MS, 593
2,052
8. 289
6,920
36, 497
3, 769
32. 550
92, 153
3,477
207, 726
873
5,013

g Detroit....-.-...
Oi
,°
I
co

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--.-....
Oklahoma City.
Tulsa..
.—
Seattle
Spokane
...
Portland..
Los Angeles
Oakland
San Francisco. . .
Ogden_--Salt Lake City..

4,537
614
5,926
153
!,837
1, 613
1,792
17, 503
389
3,618
8,890
7,099
1,072
5, 426
975
753
S, 699
110
10, 660
476
4,809
631
3. 395
4, 560
797
6,948
1,353
9, 265
5,717
5, 376
951
12,971
69, 758
4,111
100, 548
108
3,681

2,033
992
1,814
703
341
1,093
1,742
3, 703
117
1,441
7,972
3, 214
176
665
705
414
1. 833
208
4, 253
118
2, 601
12
60
150
503
2. 314
'677
324
296
4, 668
743
4,148
2, 574
81
5, 960
150
1, 072

1,673
446
1,828
143
979
529
1,424
4,326
565
2,153
2,417
1,402
1,408
1, 213
750
779
1,040
317
5, 285
176
1,938
89
139
3
919
2,303
1.212
303
107
1, 380
537
5,037
4,290
209
4,344
90
907

4,265
4,412
5, 019
761
1,931
494
1,326
8,271
236
1,841
3, 214
2,953
377
2, 535
1,176
1,636
943
587
5, 814
1,175
577
626
243
306
313
2. 682
816
1, 838
1,014
2,342
667
2,707
11,721
173
22, 725
248
1,054

410
333
405
45
333
72
204
2,520
45
613
593
348
30
126
30
56
344
61
679
57
240
39
48
111
18
311
51
261
222
494
71
312
2,087
99
4, 005
18
77

5, 797
414
.15,478
35
19

34
1, 403
148
688
23
3
269
69
756
160
1

646
170
276
80
116
"4," 114'

177
22
1,362
20
74
15
609

16.
50
1, 644

131
341
1,337

842
379

797
21

207
4
1,723
86

1,800

080
113

2,344
25

6,080
345
1,635

52
184
25
182
16
106
655
28
5
11
505
1,088
263
173
385
5, 217
3, 588
3,336
115
898
450
1
1, 545
14

188
511
43
109
264
48
14
7
154

2
104
2, 647

187
35
265
64
85
324
11
87
13
92
10
104

953
822
312
38
277
94
280
1, 751
71
574
1,106
273
12
63
102
658
436
155
871
113
350
51
121

44
214
198
104
323
884
650
305
1, 581
4,032
80
2,209
19
318

310
116
906
288
309
2,949
103
316
920
1,339
""252"
10
!82
276
81
506
178
324
46
159
1, 242
58
167
653
200
370
3, 784
8,407
16
1, 995
12
125

14,861
11,108
16,634
2,111
7,796
4,365
7,320
46,011
1, 643
13,651
25, 279
17, 677
3,454
11,298
3, 794
4,662
19,665
2,061
48.210
2, 376
10,989
1, 465
4,670
6,876
3,186
17.545
4,808
19,686
12, 654
18, 53.1
4,175
31, 499
107, 394
4,808
149, 503
1,000
8,987

26, 029
34,468
25,306
4,935
23,216
5,926
15,953
132, 724
3, 215
35, 855
58, 73S
38,320
5, 768
14, 348
4,919
9, 268
41,692
5,626
74, 812
6, 764
22, 554
4, 355
9, 801
15, 636
4, 382
56,138
6, 860
27, 975
19,574
55, 028
7,944.
64,049
199, 547
8, 285
357, 229
1,873
14,000

Total other reserve cities _. , 395, 940

419, 716

139,322

123,937

188,978

29,933

53,927

53,129

27, 615

10,665

49, 516 1,130,160 2, 526,100

Total all reserve cities

2.161, 977

540, 910

273, 733

177, 374

254, 498

51, 241

80,721

79, 587

35, 665

11,814

C>6, 821 1, 638, 281 3,800, 258

12,134
12,947
6,807
59, 622
7,425
34, 092

1,586
662
1,027
6,809
548
6,583

6,100
2, 782
3, 710
.17,042
1, 477
9,008

16,864
7,634
6,428
44, 785
5,764
10,839

9,411
3,313
3,928
23, 503
2,370
5,748

447
325
256
1,740
308
1,211

404
331
151
1,991
332
423

1,687
225
1,240
1,978
1,063
1,020

133, 027

17, 215

40,119

92, 314

48, 273

4,287

3, 632

7,213

COUNTRY BANKS

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

..

....

Total
New
England
States...__.__.--.
....




*552

244
19
18
218
2
358

3, 434
776
2,138
4, 651
377
2.211

3, 209
904
1, 875
7,410
708
3,364

43,407
16, 971
20, 865
11.0,308
12,949
41, 317

55, 541
29, 918
27, 672
169,930
20, 374
75, 409

848

859

13, 587

17, 470

245,817

378,844

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United States Government, domestic, and foreign bonds, securities, etc., owned by national banks June S0} 1932—Continued
[In thousands of dollars!
Foreign securities

Domestic securities
United
States
Government
securities

Location

State,
county, Railroad
and
bonds
municipal bonds

Other
public
Stock of
service All other Federat
corporareserve
bonds
tion
banks
bonds

Stock of

other
corporations

Total
bonds,
Other
stocks,
Total,
foreign
securi- all bonds
Govern- securities, ties, etc., and seincluding
other
curities
ment
bonds of
than
bonds
munici- United
palities,
States
etc.

Collateral
trust and Municiother
pal
corpora- warrants
tion
notes

All
other,
including
claims,
judgments,
etc.

r>, 012
2,008
10, 481
155
335

3,471
1,689
712
87
121

869
580
1,844
6
307

10, 598
10, 477
21,933
501
1,365

22, 097
9, 362
24, 329
347
2,592

357,943
217, 313
420, 988
6,885
32, 725

502, 740
:U3,116
f>84, 65y
9,250
41, 331

58, 727 1, 035, 854

1, 451,096

COUNTRY BANKS—continued

New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
D elaware
Maryland

144, 797
95,803
163, 671
2,365
8,606

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

_
._.-...
—




86, 887*
57, 274
100,904
1,372
6,027

90,431
55, 290
119, 305
2,350
9, 274

49,481
32, 235
98, 359
1,399
7,826

4,142
3,135
7, 546
130
371

415, 242

149, 785

252,464

276, 650

189, 300

15, 324

15,053

17, 991

6,080

3, 606

50, 874

32,295
14, 873
5,021
6,803
9,923
37, 758
14, 524
4,575
5,034
46,434
9,002
13, 661
14,533

__„

Total Eastern States. — .

72,173
41,036
31, 758
508
4,310

7,356
3, 797
3,375
4,743
1,433
10, 602
7,354
7,052
4,718
14, 589
5,220
1,585
4,582

2,173
2,485
185
483
746
1, 297
1, 705
432
382
1,542
865
2,609
678

2,979
3, 387
208
628
969
1,444
2,253
584
906
1,870
809
3,822
1,302

5,621
5, 781
492
2,579
1,565
2,343
5,123
1,986
1,147
8,498
3,237
3,870
2,549

1,246
610
264
235
330
411
617
222
276
1,832
235
577
570

944
1,650
230
547
254
1,404
353
181
724
575
51
70
715

15
,
209

28
264

21
6
33
66
59
12
313
294
50

25
244
318
661
55
71
4,940
367
1,006
703

147
378
36
7
215
150
767
248
27
1,803
409
1,186
259

1,032
1, 302
38
219
231
716
864
227
105
583
349
758
1,348

759
737
00
121
137
473
1,072
375
43
604
231
737
416

20, 835
11,421
8,411
37,149
11, 773
16, 514
13,172

55,868
35, 473
9,909
16,411
16,053
56,949
35, 359
15,996
13,445
83, 583
20, 775
30,175
27,705

214,436

76,406

15,582

21,161

44, 791

7,425

7,698

2,351

8,682

5,632

7,772

5, 765

203, 265

417, 701

52,198
35,471
57,240
29,951
29,360
30,584

23, 494
4,908
23,101
17, 555
11,166
24,834

10,947
9,435
8,006
6,211
5,693
7,933

10, 631
10,880
18, 425
13,330
18,018
9,104

17,864
11,005
19,857
12,375
13,299
15,407

1,824
971
1,515
879
897
843

850
1,168
542
399
558
189

1,087
1,598
2,564
731
1,555
1,151

304
147
4,229
143
194
5,429

526
1,133
3,453
633
394
592

4,351
2,124
3,495
2,874
2,739
3,303

4,037
1,783
3,827
3,116
2,338
2,979

75,915
45,152
89,014
58, 246
56, 851
71, 764

128,113
80,623
146, 254
88,197
86,211
102,348

6, 782
4, 227
.'{, 817
30
197

23, 573
20, 600
4,888
9,608
6,130
19,191

14,558
14,080

6,672
7,344

3,624
1, 735

6,031
3,273

6,596
4,445

484
340

497
784

119
34

598
296

995
92

1,649
675

1,323
600

28,588
19, 618

43,146
33, 698

263, 442

119,074

53, 584

89,692

100,848

7,753

4,987

8,839

11, 340

7,818

21, 210

20,003

445,148

708,590

6,984
6,933
12,959
16, 480
9,693
5,106
10,228
4,487
20, 407

4,573
8,703
2,662
12, 221
4,534
1,941
4, 731
1,884
22,113

1,221
780
1,019
571
2, 313
213
1,273
156
265

2,057
1,417
1,830
582
2,739
522
2,561
245
610

3,506
3,846
4,461
2,447
3,901
1,611
4,432
2,940
3,341

212
196
362
554
206
119
289
91
514

13
12
20
181
16
36
473
22
111

160
96
315
111
288
166
19
218

807
787
504
1,689
980
275
997
18
10, 276

646
191
346
245
219
253
378
26
1,331

839
447
908
697
1,499
83
712
28
713

1,269
607
1,097
326
1,362
112
413
27
184

15, 303
17,082
13, 524
19,624
18,057
5,165
16,425
5, 456
39, 676

22,287
24,015
26, 483
36,104
27,750
10, 271
26,653
9,943
60,083

93, 277

63, 362

7,811

12, 563

30, 485

2, 543

884

1,373

16, 333

3,635

5,926

5, 397

150, 312

243, 589

3

18,003
9,930
23,342
4, 512
1,060
3,029
5, 989

9,901
8,286
37,767
1,719
361
2,443
1,503

3, 425
809
3, 754
551
91
213
147

2,534
1,388
8,840
534
83
118
188

4,642
1,453
8,332
590
114
401
322

377
260
896
98
30
65
87

151
54
833
43
9
67
38

302
91
378
16
10

2,320
1,993
377
1,068
9
6
470

251
270
558
66
31
20
16

950
570
800
370
27
65
24

674
403
1,280
136
10
21
39

25, 527
15, 577
63, 815
5,191
775
3, 419
2,834

43, 530
25, 507
87,157
9,703
1, 835
6,448
8,823

H

Total Pacific States

65,865

61, 980

8,990

13,685

15, 854

1,813

1,195

797

6, 243

1,212

2,806

2,563

117,138

183,003

Alaska (nonmember banks)
The Territory of Hawaii (nonmember bank)
„.
__„ __

1,162

94

97

161

192

31

1

89

20

15

47

747

1,909

4,238

2,581

285

865

2, 067

1,080

48

7,424

11,662

Iowa
Missouri

.

Total Middle Western
States.
„
North Dakota
South Dakota
.
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
_ „ . .
WynrrnT>g
Colorado
New Mexico. .
Oklahoma
Total Western S t a t e s . — , .
Washington
Oregon
California
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
Arizona.

Total (nonmember banks) Total country banks
Total United States

498

5, 400

2,675

382

1,026

2,259

31

499

89

1,100

8,171

13, 571

... 1,190, 689
._ 3,352,666

490, 497

378,932

507,091

431,810

39,176

33,948

38, 653

50, 626

22, 762

102, 238

109,972 2, 205, 705

652, 665

684, 465

686, 308

90, 417

114, 669

118, 240

86, 291

34, 576

168,155

176, 793 3,843,986

a

o

c

3, 396, 394

1,031, 407

1

7,196, 652




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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY
EARNINGS, EXPENSES, AND DIVIDENDS OF NATIONAL BANK*

A comparative statement of the earnings, expenses, and dividends
of national banks for fiscal years ended June 309 1931 and 1932, 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, 1932, follow. (Similar tables for the
6-month periods ended December 31, 1931, and June 30, 1932, are
published in the appendix of this report.)
Earnings, expenses and dividends of national hanks for the fiscal years ended June
80l 1931 and 19 82
[In thousands of dollars]
June 30, 1931 June 30, 1932
(6,805 banks) (6,150 banks)
Capital stock
Surplus. __
Dividends declared
Gross earnings:
Interest and discount on loans
Interest (including dividends) on investments
Interest on balances with other banks
Domestic exchange and collection charges
Foreign exchange department
Commissions and earnings from insurance premiums and the negotiation
of real-estate loans
Trust department
Profits on securities sold
Other earnings
_
Total

l', 259,' 425
169,155

761,889
320,076
28,346
15,205
15, 282

615,357
298,841
14,645
12,072
18,172

732
26,688
50, 342
90,224

627
22,366
24,869
83,092

1,308, 764

1,090,041

275, 593
9,018
46,115

-

Expenses paid:
Salaries and wages
Interest and discount on borrowed money
Interest on bank deposits. . _
.
Interest on demand deposits
Interest on time deposits...
Taxes..
Other expenses.
_

1,687,663
1,493,876
211,301

239,200
21,504
25,820
66, 772
230,439

288,074
64,140
158, 816

139, 783

948,024

Total

Total

-

Net addition to profits
.
Ratios:
Dividends to capital *
Dividends to capital and surplus 1
Net addition to profits to capital 1
._
_
Net addition to profits to capital and surplus i_
1

_

_

Capital and surplus as of end of fiscal year,




...per centdo...
do...
do._.

186,864
119, 294
18,448
221
18,684

259,478
201,848
17,693

500,548

52,541

...

-

360, 768

343, 511

_.

16, 753
9,521
16,051

396,052

-

Losses and depreciation charged off:
On loans and discounts
_
__
On bonds, securities, etc
On banking house, furniture and fixtures
On foreign exchange
Other losses
_

318,443

16, 606
9, 360
9, 356

Net earnings
Recoveries on charged-off assets:
Loans and discounts
Bonds, securities, etc
Allother

771, 598

360,740

Total

1139,780

12.52
6,64
3.11
1.65

10.78
5.98
2 8.91
2 4.94

2 Deficit.

18,720

Abstract of reports of earnings, expenses and dividends of national banks for the year ended June SO 1932
[In thousands of dollars]
Gross earnings

Number of
banks

Location

Capital

Interest
Capital
(includSurplus and sur- Interest ing diviplus
and dis- dends)
count
on
on loans investments

Commissions and
earnings
Inter* Domesest on tic ex- Foreign from insurance Trust Profits Other Total
balon
premichange
ances and col- exchange ums and depart- securi- earn- gross
with lection depart- the nego- ment
ties
ings earnings
ments
other
sold
tiation of
banks charge
realestate
loans

s
w
Hi

O

o
Maine.,.,
_. — _ „ _ „ —
New Harnpyhire
,..„_„

.___„.
„
_

Vermont.. _.
„
Massachusetts,.,
„_
Boston
„
_
Rhode Island Connecticut
_„
___._.___
Total New England States.

.

New York
_
Brooklyn and Bronx- —
Buffalo
New York City
New Jersey
Pennsylvania.
Philadelphia.._
Pittsburgh
„_
Delaware
_
_
Maryland
Baltimore
_
Washington, D. C._
_
Total Eastern States
.___




,___

__„

3,498
2, 235
2, 013
12, 293
21, 073
1,482
9,106

2,862
1, 378
1,365
8, 722
7,576
945
3,286

65
35
17
152
964
14
107

29
27
207
43
9
62

3
1
19
581
2

247, 360

51, 700

26,134

1, 354

409

635

125, 752
7, 265
1,100
596,729
95, 861
235, 694
103, 361
59, 700
4,278
11, 554
11, 500
19,900

31.132
1, 000
108
78, 727
24, 020
43, 362
18, 051
7, 991
588
3,183
1,862
4,296

23, 984
638
185
43, 106
15, 391
28,159
8,281
10,811
452
2,052
1,626
2,012

661,613 1, 272,694

214, 320

136,697

6,515
5, 580
5, 260
29, 446
72, 000
4, 520
20,162

6,031
4, 954
2, 760
23, 355
43, 000
5, 730
18, 047

143, 483

103, 877
57, 614
1,890
300

26S
734
21
16
64
4
12

68,138
5, 375
800
304, 679
51,490
97,158
36, 426
23, 200
1, 648
5, 242
5,750
11,175

292, 050
44, 371
138, 536
66, 935
36, 500
2,630
6,312
5, 750
8,725

1,623

611,081

43
53
45
135
6
10
58

474
0
3

n

392
9
2
1, 539
274
308
108
13
3
22
11
37
!, 611

14,665
36
50
591
139

2,718

15, 529

40
518
789
63
237
2,281
656
7,439
648
927
332
18
9
179
10, 303

1, 901

180
324
146
1,700
3,880
98
1,086

7,414

91,828

1,419 2,448
33
187
14
8
8,168 18, 201
1, 007 2,152
1, 451 2,994
561 1,121
1, 529
988
11
20
80
126
153
396
892

60, 516
1,876
320
172,066
43, 776
78, 030
29, 543
21, 750
1,088
5, 531
4,106
7,635

14, 520 29, 533

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[In thousands of dollars]
Gross earnings

.
.
-

- - ._

.-

-

-

_____

_

Total Southern States

Ohio s

Commissions and
earnings
from inDomesForeign surance Trust Profits
tic exon
change exchange premi- depart- securiand col- depart- ums and ment
ties
ments the negolection
sold
tiation of
charge
realestate
loans

Number of
banks

Location

Virginia 1
West Virginia
North Carolina
Charlotte
South Carolina
Georgia 2
Florida
Jacksonville
Alabama 3
Mississippi
Louisiana 4
Texas 6
.
Dallas
Fort Worth
Galveston.
Houston
San Antonio
Waco
Arkansas 6
Kentucky 7 _
Tennessee
Nashville

Interest InterCapital
(includand sur- Interest ing divi- est on
balplus
and dis- dends)
ances
count
on
with
on loans investother
ments
banks

„

Cincinnati
Columbus




__ _ _

..

Capital

Surplus

142
80
37
4
21
62
46
3
81
26
29
465
3
4
4
7
7
3
50
109
79
3

27,452
11,587
5,355
1,500
4,385
18,590
9,300
6,000
17,120
4,060
8,725
37,332
12,150
4,550
2,150
9,100
5,050
1,350
4,940
12,553
17,249
3,900

17,713
7,834
2,880
1,700
3,145
12, 567
4,148
1,907
12,827
2,902
4,974
20, 760
3,750
2,805
750
5,175
2,055
400
2,752
11,193
10,484
3,450

45,165
19,421
8,235
3,200
7,530
31,157
13,448
7,907
29,947
6,962
13,699
58,092
15,900
7,355
2,900
14,275
7,105
1,750
7,692
23,746
27,733
7,350

11,337
5,041
2,310
535
1,782
6,837
1,657
867
5,834
1,894
3,476
14,368
4,449
2,128
715
3,661
1,743
452
1,955
6,908
6,818
2,634

2,508
1,377
395
125
677
2,289
2,080
1,324
1,909
693
1,116
3,167
1,124
570
424
1,313
204
281
838
1,995
1,404
465

277
113
49
17
61
416
93
58
133
37
92
739
148
114
66
214
84
20
79
174
258
44

158
50
100
10
97
399
195
127
180
92
74
492
75
39
31
51
32
21
85
38
156
103

1,265

224,398

136,171

360,569

87,401

26,278

3,286

2,605

254

260
4

41,038

28,903
5,750
5,600

69,941

17,366

13,650
12,800

2,681
2,664

6,802
1,323

503
41
50

180
26
9

81
17
1

3

7,900
7,200

1,057

8
3

375
77
03
15
42
258
46
134
280
27
32
61
82
37
12
92
38
4
18
59
117
8

1
2

4
1

2

148

2

41
5
25
18
4
1
82
93

163
84
8
2
70
140
176
124
118
39
53
116
138
94
18
114
99
11
41
121
105
10

Other
Total
earngross
ings earnings

842
516
200
80
239
1,052
636
347
760
185
722
1,398
432
369
129
612
434
31
164
403
790
389

15,669
7,263
3,125
788
2,968
11,391
4,886
2,981
9,364
2,967
5,606
20, 346
6,473
3,351
1,395
6,075
2,634
820
3,184
9,699
9,730
3,653

1,877

1,844

10, 730

134,368

358

449
72
32

2,243
362
732

27,. 982
4,589
4,693

1R7
!

148

Indiana.....,.....-—— . . — — . . . . .
Indianapolis....„..,..„,..
.„
„
Illinois,.
____
„
-->_.--—
Chicago, Cent. Res._..„»„.._......„...
Chicago, other Res
.—.—..—._
Peoria
—
Michigan®
_
Wisconsin.
— „_-.
....... _.__..
Milwaukee
__._
.-...
Minnesota
-— — . .
.-..
_.._
Minneapolis
»
..__..._
St. P a u l — — — . — — — . — - — —
10
Iowa _
-.--._.-_._-_..-„.
,_,
Des Moines._._____ —
„
——_
Sioux City..______
— ,.——_
Missouri
__-......_..
.......
Kansas City
__
_.
„_.
St. Joseph
_._.._._..
.__.._..
St. Louis..
—
— — . .

158
3
330
7
5
3
103
131
4
230
4
3
170
3
4
84
7
4
6

19, 722
6,850
30,110
31,750
1,250
3,260
51,595
18,390
13,40Q
18,175
12, 200
6,850
11, 730
2, 750
1, 050
7,375
8,300
1,100
16,400

10,883
4, 250
17, 782
26,900
886
3,550
41,837
11, 086
7,050
9,413
7, 550
4,650
5,437
1, 450
800
3,006
3,041
950
6,203

30,605
11,100
47,892
58,650
2,136
6,810
93,432
29, 476
20, 450
27, 588
19, 750
11, 500
17,167
4,200
.1,850
10,381
11,341
2,050
22,603

8,042
2,607
11, 448
13,907
550
982
24,325
7,726
6,835
6,787
5, 308
3,412
5,384
1, 360
439
2,707
3,304
505
5, 466

3,423
718
6,084
5,119
746
645
7,491
3,892
1,342
4,386
2,251
1, 542
2,243
452
418
1,397
1,639
189
2,673

197
135
244
228
17
31
401
225
102
435
170
111
145
36
37
89
201
49
92

122
26
420
674
29
19
231
172
42
381
408
141
217
14
36
48
33
7
111

5
8
6
353
12

Total Middle Western States. ._.„...,

1, 526

318,395

206,977

525,372

133, 705

55,832

3,539

3, 346

900

North Dakota... — — — —
South Dakota--_—__
Nebraska
..___.._
„..,.
Lincoln
„_.., — —
— — __
Omaha.-..-— — —
—
Kansas H
.— . —
._—
Topeka.
—
—.._....—.._
Wichita
..._.
Montana 1
2
__ — — — .
...
Wyoming
.._
Colorado is
_____
Denver.
_New Mexico
— _—
Oklahoma.—...
—_
____
Oklahoma City
_____
Tulsa
_-.

81
78
147
3
6
215
3
4
53
25
94
6
26
233
5
4

4, 600
4,140
7,635
1,350
5,000
12,818
1,200
2,400
4,460
2,270
6,565
5,300
1,910
11,940
7,200
5,950

2,292
2,240
3,738
550
2,425
5,847
400
1,300
2,947
1,634
4,039
5,050
1,025
4,559
1,510
950

6,892
6,380
11,373
1,900
7,425
18,665
1,600
3,700
7,407
3,904
10,604
10,350
2,935
16,499
8,710
6,900

2,315
1,938
3,539
756
2.356
5,203
387
602
1,978
1,347
3,058
2,871
1,061
4,775
2,399
2,439

998
1,091
1,091
269
1,035
1,599
458
542
1,562
470
1,607
2,391
439
2,751
1,150
927

47
43
115
22
96
274
45
69
96
54
216
132
40
269
107
8S

223
139
130
32
259
137
5
26
114
31
70
32
30
217
25
24

983

S4,738

40,506

125, 244

37,024

18,380

1,713

81
5
74
4
158
5
5
31
12
3

10,265
13,300
5,880
7.100
22,243
40,500
75,900
2,150
1,125
1,850

4,384
3,175
2,443
3,300
9,963
29,055
51,850
1,023
475
730

14,649
16,475
8,323
10,400
32,206
69,555
127,750
3,173
1,600
2,580

3,993
3,125
2,308
1,800
9,348
24,428
41,046
1,082
564
857

2,293
1,967
1,087
2,776
4,135
7,912
13,122
434
148
520

222
158
99
228
397
476
332
52
19
51

Total Western States

_

Washington 1*
—
„_
Seattle
_
Oregon
Portland.....
_
California 15
—-_
Los Angeles
___
San Francisco
Idaho
—
Utah »_.___._
Salt Lake City
See footnotes at end of table*




.___

—
_

222
3
63
4
88
6

10
54

3
22
179
44
12

2
29

183
60
181
729
19
34
351
71
3
100
23
5
55
59
2
13
276
2
88

973
322
1,429
1,590
276
178
3.796
882
941
849
463
365
716
18ft
72
372
735
74
610

13,158
3,974
20,221
22,671
1,734
1,927
37, 088
13.265
9, 477
13, 295
8,941
5,731
8,955
2,148
1,020
4,668
6,220
839
9,157

3,010 18,170

221,753

198
98
355
71
85
38
268
272
149
174
230
J49
151
42
16
30
30
13
88

1

2,927

52
44
20
3
1

324

18
12
4
3
109
26
13
39
19
15
69
226
11
37
39
31

46
65
34
63
166
64
6
19
54
32
63
120
37
95
80
26

299
227
301
85
860
654
41
233
269
107
426
439
169
646
261
714

3,998
3, 559
5,234
1,230
4,884
7,971
955
1,530
4,106
2,062
5, 511
6,214
1,795
8,792
4,061
4,249

13
13
6
2

3

4

4
2

1,494

12

156

671

970

5,731

66,151

219
261
70
118
222
219
189
28
9
11

9
38
38
10
75
650

13

116
179
18
114
363
2,050
1,447
5
1
3

83
405
46
217
205
806
712
9
7
67

733
199
323
400
1,283
2,858
4,942
148
45
167

7,681
6,332
3,955
5,691
15,979
38,824
62,440
1,761
794
1,676

4
16
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Abstract of reports of earnings, expenses, and dividends of national banks for the year ended June 80, 1932—Continued

to

[In thousands of dollars]
Gross earnings

Number of
banks

Location

Nevada
Arizona

-

_

_.

Alaska—nonmember
The Territory of Hawaii—nonmember.
Total nonmember banks
Total central reserve cities
Total all other reserve cities
Total country banks,including nonmember
banks
Total United States

Surplus

Interest InterCapital
(includand sur- Interest ing divi- est on
balplus
and dis- dends) ances
count
with
on
on loans invest- other
ments banks




O
O

6
3

5

4
55

116
222

1,401

2,086

828

46

4,301

2,616

11,436

147,498

10
46

21
108

6
8

2

8

20
58

281
1,92S

2

655
1,165

2,155
2,815

550
668

252
399

26
26

398

183,463

108, 218

291,681

89,769

35,045

4
1

275
3,150

183
1,880

458
5,030

139
1,299

79
396

6

964

6

8

78

8,239
8,212

19, 791
32,418

tr1
H

194, 737
386, 202

30, 883

O

2,206

8,168
8,219

509,102

5

3,425

2,063

5,488

1,438

475

56

129

14

18
239

336,429
537, 686

318,950
404,425

655,379
942, 111

92,634
227,624

48, 225
96, 702

449
6,757

2,213
3,512

15,018
2,758

5,893

694,868

536,050 1,230,918

295,099

153,914

7,439

6,347

396

627

5,979

8,418

6,150 1,568,983 1, 259,425 2,828,408

615, 357

298,841

14,645

12,072

18,172

627

22,366

24,869

9
Includes
1
0 Includes
11
Includes
12

s
Total
Other
earngross
ings earnings

4
4

1,500
1,650

1 Includes 2 banks in reserve city of Richmond.
Includes 2 banks in each^reserve city of Atlanta and Savannah,
3 Includes 1 bank in reserve city of Birmingham.
4
Includes 1 bank in reserve city of New Orleans
6
Includes 2 banks in reserve city of El Paso.
6 Includes 2 banks in reserve city of Louisville.
? Includes 2 banks in reserve city of Memphis.
8 Includes 2 banks in reserve city of Cleveland and 1 in Toledo.
2

h3

o

6
19
1,371

10
10

-

Total Pacific States

Capital

Commissions and
earnings
from inDomesForeign surance Trust Profits
tic exon
change exchange premi- depart- securiand col- depart- ums and ment
ties
lection
ments the negosold
tiation of
charge
realestate
loans

S3,092 1,090,041

2 banks in reserve city of Detroit and 1 in Grand Rapids.
1 bank in reserve city of Cedar Rapids and 2 in Dubnque
2 banks in reserve city of Kansas City
Includes 1 bank in reserve city of Helena.
13 Includes 2 banks in reserve city of Pueblo
14
Includes 2 banks in reserve city of Spokane
j
s Includes 2 banks in reserve city of Oakland.
is Includes 1 bank in reserve city of Ogden.

3
o

Net earnings and recoveries

Location

Maine.-.-...
New HampshireVermont...
Massachusetts
Boston
Rhode Island
Connecticut
Total New England States.
New York
Brooklyn and Bronx.,
Buffalo.-.™
New York City
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
„.
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh.....
_.
Delaware
Maryland
Baltimore
.....
Washington, D. C
Total Eastern States..
Virginia
West Virginia...
North Carolina-.
Charlotte.. . .
South Carolina.Georgia
Florida
Jacksonville.
Alabama
„_..
Mississippi
Louisiana




Interest
Salaries and dis- Interest
count on on bank
and
wages borrowed deposits
money

Intereston demand
deposits

120
121
84
381
60
42
192

57
53
19
257
1,021
37
138

251
218
49
1, 432
3,085
211
1,028

3,103
896
1, 408

1.048
953
680
4,910
7,771
451
3,289

Interest,
on time
deposits

Taxes

Total
Net
Other
expenses expenses earnings
paid

4, 503
700
3, 356

258
234
299
764
1,088
129
865

591
556
347
2,964
4,078
327
1,623

5,428
3,031
2,886
17, 696
21,606
1,897
10, 491

10, 486

63,035
45, 315
1,423
223
94, 808
33,157
56, 784
18, 615
15, 444
764
4, 324
2,259
5,917

Total net
earnings
RecovRecoveries on eries on All other and reloans
bonds,
recov- coveries
on
and dis- securieries
chargedcounts eties, etc,
off assets
220
18
51
214
101
29
148

1,872
1,232
846
6, 656
16,077
779
4,474

1,750

781

31, 936

1, 517
24
7
1,144
361
1,171
50
144
2
17

524
25

18, 051
1, 335
107
90, 324
11, 593
23, 414
11, 229
6, 719
329
1, 271
1,887
1,862

10, 090

168,121

38
28
15
151
257
4
119

86
147
25
65
1,314
13
100

28,793

612

15, 201
453
97
77, 258
10, 619
21, 246
10,928
6,306
324
1, 207
1,847
1, 718

809
833
3
3,273
477
436
243
231
1
18
12
51

1,528
1,039
755
6,226
14, 405
733
4,107

19,102

1,000

1, 582

6,274

20, 954

3,637

11, 610
528
47
35, 525
8,809
14, 857
5, 544
3,076
210
960
671
1,965

1, 499
78
31
1,084
1,578
1, 710
915
251
25
93
16

476
5
1
6, 568
.128
224
798
2,177
4
11
210
110

3,126
81
8
12, 962
1,852
2,986
3,049
3,198
42
91
224
432

20, 475
299
103
7,886
13, 682
26, 883
3,579
3,962
342
2,490
444
1,754

1, 673
39
10
5,132
1,946
3, 065
936
927
44
268
305
606

83,802

7,369

10, 712

28,051

81,899

14,951

52, 249

279, 033

147, 204

6,387

4,440

3,259
1,558
739
198
695
2, 597
1,350
752
2,363
791
1,365

315
280
189
20
110
214
44
65
338
94
170

241
93
32
9
59
305
52
115
96
17
324

4,362
1,935
915
176
705

775
563
169
39
232
932
150
105
430
266

1,625
828
407
127
500

11,197
5, 693
2,512
594
2,403
8,546
3, 552
2,122
6, 785
2,425
4,075

4,472
1, 570
613
194
565
2, 845
1,334
859
2,579
542
1,531

24.1
61
85
1
80
110
78
51
111
63

28
14
2
1
3
355
37
1
11
36
20

2,194
788
512
1,802
726
687

360

1,714
812
386
1,261
410
649

3

6
22
58
4
124
81
22

4,767
1,671
704
196
654
3, 332
1, 505
915
2, 825
722
1,655

CO

Abstract of reports of earnings, expenses, and dividends of national banks for the year ended June 807 1982—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
Expenses

Location

Texas ..
Dallas
Fort Worth
Galveston.
Houston
San Antonio
Waco
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee
. .
Nashville

.

Salaries
and
wages

.

...

Total Southern States




Interest
on time
deposits

Taxes

Total
Other
Net
expenses expenses earnings
paid

Total net
Recovearnings
Recoveries on eries on All other and rebonds,
coveries
loans
recovon
and dis- securieries
ehargedcounts eties, etc.
ofi assets

.__....
_
_.
.. _

6,364
1,233
729
270
1,448
675
148
755
2,129
2,322
683

499
32
54
25
25
65
13
96
199
316
239

281
302
152
89
331
61
17
71
225
310
102

1,439
591
338
4b
490
81
79
95
392
288
108

2,021
703
304
384
967
333
178
764
2,352
2,203
673

1,789
564
231
106
514
271
63
159
630
647
285

3,116
498
502
100
798
442
97
485
967
1,215
432

15, 509
3,923
2,310
1,020
4, 573
1,928
595
2,425
6, 894
7,301
2,522

4,837
2,550
J, 041
375
1, 502
706
225
759
2,805
2,429
1,131

818
85
121
1
285
15
8
52
202
92

32,423

_.

Ohio
Cincinnati
Columbus
Indiana
-„
Indianapolis _
. _.
Illinois
Chicago, Cent. Res.
Chicago, other Res __
Peoria
Michigan
_ .. ___
Wisconsin
_. .
Milwaukee
Minnesota
Minneapolis..
St. Paul
Iowa _, . .
Des Moines
Sioux City__

Interest
and dis- Interest Interest
count on on bank on demand
borrowed deposits deposits
money

Net earnings and recoveries

3,402

3,284

7,454

25, 684

9,286

17,371

98, 904

35,464

6,085
841
920
3,119
952
5,669
4,244
551
442
7,129
3,097
2,040
3,125
2, OSS
1,095
2,115
492
290

728
82
34
369
1
444
76
67
2
744
179
28
97
6

239
184
219
146
232
192
679
1
35
398
197
3^8
178
665
202
136
109
84

1,908
465
670
602
336
682
2,646
38
70
3,026
468
745
428
551
484
385
176
41

7,499
512
434
3,623
661
4,960
626
379
472
10, 372
3,827
1,727
4,307
1,458
1,188
2,762
345
146

1,350
329
115
1,085
302
1,089
1,895
33
142
2,394
496
245
780
419
296
327
40
16

3, 565
282
1,335
1,546
405
2,777
2,889
389
235
5, 593
1,617
1,406
1,582
1,326
1,210
1,105
435
150

21,374
2,695
3,727
10, 490
2,889
15, 813
13, 055
1,458
1,398
29, 656
9,881
6, 549
10, 497
6,513
4,503
6,992
1,629

6, 608
1,894
966
2,668
1,085
4,408
9,616
276
529
7,432
3,384
2,928
2,798
2,428
1,228
1,963
519
276

162
32
18

745

28
21
5

255
27
40

G
4
4
18
33
21

63
45
4
30
39
18
16

5 938
2, 683
1,207
390
1,856
770
241
859
3,079
2,560
1,154

2,049

655

915

39, 683

392
45
84
158

191
15
4
94
2
164

458
41
107
93
3
142
37
41

7 (J49
1, 995
1,161
3 013
1,117
5 001
10, 402
534
538
8,533
3, 685
2,972
3,114
2,937
1,647
2,332
786

7

287
744
156
557
157
43
123
118
397
164
15

5

61
2
104
98
122
78
5
116
10
1

440
46
1
71
313
17
89
242

5

286

M ssouri
„...»
Kansas City
St. Joseph
St. Louis..

1,240
1,419
294
2,094

Tnlsa

,._._ . .
. _*
_,_
_-_„-.-.-

_.

Total Western States
Washington
Seattle .„
Oregon
Portland
California
Los Angeles
.
San Francisco
Idaho
- Utah
Salt Lake City.
Nevada
Arizona

..
_

~_
_. .. _ . _..

-

Total Pacific States
Alaska-—nonmember
The Territory of Hawaii—nonmember
Total nonmember banks

.

Total central reserve cities.
Total all other reserve cities
Total country banks, including nonmember banks
Total United States




..

283
614
25
727

1,014
357
150
1,418

278
252
38
549

660
701
156
917

3,663
3,964
746
6,040

1,005
2,256
93
3,117

42
43
37
261

31

105

1,125
2,320
130
3,514

3,396

5,182

15, 370

48, 237

12, 470

30, 281

164, 277

57, 476

3,862

1,121

2,332

64, 791

1,081
1.038
1, 451
352
1,125
2?442
252
372
1,017
503
1,459
1, 533
475
2, 647
786
1,142

34
94
125
24
105
169
29
3
45
48
100
14
56
149
26
173

26
42
40
101
223
164
67
122
51
30
102
206
11
92
182
155

98
160
139
77
246
419
144
91
162
115
180
471
101
727
331
452

1,155
805
1, 368
101
600
1,386
84
210
1, 008
467
1,227
1, 339
284
1, 535
670
530

167
85
190
38
218
382

635
499
619
179
963
l t 152
132
237
541

802
836
1, 302
358
1,404
1,857
220
405
1,047
561
1, 268
1,221
491
2,107
1,433
797

36
77
158
34
23
376
24
74
417
44
241
46
76
297
18
26

5
47
49

21
16
28
1
20
192
6

683
739
243
1, 261
544
833

3,196
2,723
3,932
872
3, 480
6,114
735
1,125
3,059
1, 501
4,243
4,993
1, 304
6, 685
2,628
3, 452

8

4
42
29
33
29
77
1
41

864
976
1,537
393
1,698
2,440
250
486
1,513
653
1,805
1,363
607
2. 510
1,452
S72

1,194

1,614

3,913

12, 769

3, 385

9, 492

50,042

16,109

1,967

798

545

19,41(J

2, 039
1, 431
1,216
1, 367
4, 541
8,923
15, 151
482
175
354
223
408

147
70
75
38
275
71
4,331
17
30
41
35
11

87
342
H
331
310
354
1, 788
27
57
82
33
8

303
469
147
238
660
1, 159
2, 268
89
33
94
39
67

1,904
924
947
1, 584
3, 846
11,571
18, 099
45J
184
314
272
204

171
141
133
178
419
988
1, 893
67
18
43
86
159

1,132
626
536
729
2, 343
4, 800
8, 51S
236
91
216
127
228

5, 783
4,003
3,068
4, 465
12,394
27, 866
52, 048
1,369
588
1,144
815
1,085

1, 898
2, 329
887
1,226
3, 585
10,958
10, 392
392
206
532
149
316

134
10
78
95
179
77
590
47
3
5
15
17

46
1
14
456
63
37
105
6
1
3
22

36
10
44
27
39
66
1,128
14
3
2
5
5

2,114
2,350
1,023
1,804
3, 866
11, J38
12,215
459
212
540
172
360

36, 310

- .

28

54
484
83
307

17, 675

Total Middle Western States....
North Dakota
South Dakota
__
Nebraska
Lincoln
__-.
Omaha
Kansas
Topeka
Wichita
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
Denver _ _ _ _ _ _ _
New Mexico
.
Oklahoma
Oklahoma City

134
137

49, 341

,,.„-,„>
_...„

5,141

3, 433

5, 566

40, 300

4,296

19, 582

114, 628

32,870

1,250

754

1,379

36, 253

73
474

1
1

64
532

13
42

42
280

198
1,481

83
444

13
13

3

13

5
139

6
3

105
460

90
235
106
492
691
134
274
89
167

16
2

251
15
45
6
267
63
11
29

62
19

547

2

13

144

596

55

322

1,679

527

26

3

9

565

39, 769
83, 967

1,160
8,430

7,247
14, 222

15,608
27,886

8, 512
76, 233

7,027
16, 821

28, 540
50,615

107, 863
278,174

86, 874
108, 028

4, 017
5,426

1,149
3,307

8,686
3,289

100, 726
120, 050

115, 464

11,914

4,351

23, 278

145, 694

24, 232

60, 628

385, 561

123,541

7,310

5,065

4,076

139,992

239, 200

21, 504

25,820

66,772

230, 439

48,080

139, 783

771,598

318,443

16, 753

9,521

16,051

360, 768

Abstract of reports of earnings, expenses, and dividends of national banks for the year ended June SO, 1932—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
Ratios

Losses and depreciation charged off
On b a n k -

Location

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Boston
Rhode Island
Connecticut-

On loans On bonds, ing house, On forand dis- securities, furniture, eign exand fix- change
counts
etc.
tures

Total New England States..
New York
Brooklyn and Bronx
Buffalo
New York Citv
New Jersey
_. .
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Delaware
Maryland

._
_

.__ -

— ---

"Rnlt-imnrp

Washington, D . C

._...

Total Eastern States
Virginia
West Virginia
North Carolina
Charlotte
South Carolina
Georgia
Florida
Jacksonville
Alabama
Mississippi

.
.

--

—.

--

-




-

»_...
-- -

Net addition to
profits

Dividends

Net addi-

Dividends to Net addi- tion to
Divition to
dends to capital profits to profits to
capita]
capital 1 C and sur- capital 16
16
and surplus 1
6

plus

" 1 , 722
n 692

1

3, 594
1,924
2,235
14, 474
16, 534
1,178
6,868

171, 389
17 7,818
17 457
17 399
17 2, 394

435
494.
255
2,635
8,471
422
2,047

6.68
8.85
4.85
8.95
11.77
9.34
10.15

3.47
4.69
3.18
4. 99
7.37
4.12
5.36

110

976

46,807

1714,871

14, 759

10.29

5.97

1710. 36

1 6.01
7

11
2

472
36

"889
1,236
417

4,774
62
5
56, 450
4,363
10,119
7,147
2,008
201
461
942
1,211

7.01
1.15
.63
18.53
8.47
10.41
19.62
8.66
12.20
8.79
16.38
10.84

1 26. 32
7
1 29.17
7
17 6.13
1 7.88
7
17 23. 69
1712. 62
1714.61
17.55

"23.97
1 16.96
7

1714. 26
1 21.58
7
17 4. 45
1 4. 02
7
1712. 72
17 5. 20
1 5.15
7
17.21
17 9.23
1 7. 69
7

2

4,114
632
1,104
388
85
101
77
2
95

1717, 934
171,568
17 49
17 24, 013
1712,197
1712,257
1 5, 323
7
1 128
7
17 395

3.80

1,300

35, 985
2,903
156
114, 337
23, 790
35,671
16,552
6,847
724
2,160
651
1,445

21.50
3.73

10. 75
2.10

5, 708

1,379

7,106

241, 221

"73,100

87, 743

14. 36

6.89

17 1 1 . 9 6

17 5. 74

125
142
81
1

5

291
146
39
24
74
274
90
33
127

4,477
2,542
1,130
511
1,583
3,178
2,090
951
2,789
826

290
"871
1M26

2,212
934
268
139
155
1,269
260
293
1,247
125

8.06
8.06
5.00
9.27
3.53
6.83
2.80
4.88
7.28
3.08

4.90
4.81
3.25
4.34
2.06
4.07
1.93
3.71
4.16
1.80

1.06

2,377
1,247
1,509
7,686
6,442
714
2,500

32
37
25
457
529
7
277

40

22,475

1,364

11, 529
2,147
54
74, 257
10,855
9,122
9,674
2, 217
251
364
270
902

23, 328
673
95
31,810
11,627
24,380
6,377
4,334
340
1,692
334
396

645
45
7
2,856
676
1,056
86
199
32
18
38
50

121,642

-- -

Total
losses
charged
oft"

25
14
26
295
404
7
205

1,120
626
674
6,035
9,092
450
3,885
21,882

.

Other
losses

105,386

2,225
1,282
857
445
1,058
1,517
652
383
1,778
328

1,831
972
153
41
451
1,102
1,264
483
784
441

285
83
52
45
11

1
1
67

9
27
12
9

7

1
65

46

1 315
7
1 929
7

154
1 585
7
1 36
7

36
1 104
7

.85
.45

9.46
4.55
4.29
6.91
3.36
4.70
3.99
8.19
6.09

17 26. 43
1712. 40
17 26. 41
17 26. 55
17. 63
17 8.83

"11.87

17 7. 52
1 7. 9G
7
1 21.00
7
1 21.19
7

.83
1 8. 29
7
'7,60

.21
17 2.56

1713. 73
i" 6. 57
1 17.32
7
1714. 81
17.40
1 3. 89
7
17 6. 27

.64
1" 4. 48
1 5.17
7
1 9. 84
7
17 12.34

.49
1 4. 35
7
17.46

.12
1 1.49
7

Louisiana...
Texas
Dallas.
Fort Worth..
Galveston
Houston
San Antonio.
Waco
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee
Nashville..—

321
1 3, 268
7
772
17 253
17 274
17 3.141
17 280
17 67
17 296
99
17 23
375

649
1,291
1,514
380
80
490
183
25
137
1, 286
1,173
633

7.44
3.46
12.46
8.35
3,72
5. 38
3.62
1.85
2.77
10. 24
6. 80
16.23

4.74
2.22
9.52
5.17
2.76
3.43
2. 58
1.43
1.78
5.42
4.23
8.61

3.68
I7 8. 75
6.35
1 5. 56
7
17 12. 74
1 34. 52
7
I7 5. 54
17 4. 96
17 5. 99
.79
17 . 13
9.62

2.34
7 5. 63
4.86
I7 3.44
17 9.45
1 22.00
7
17 3. 94
17 3. 83
17 3. 85
.42

87

3, 588

48,504

17 8, 821

14, 743

6.57

4.09

17 3. 93

I7 2. 45

28

365
14
93
164
91
587
326
81
41
474
66
11
178
251
59
181
34

12,334
2,406
1, 233
5, 643
2, 030
.10,971
12,181
1, 755
342
29, 335
5, 210

17 4, 685
17411
17 70
17 2, 630
17 913
17 fi, 970
17 [, 779
17 1, 221
196
17 20, 802
17 1, 525
215
i? 997
605
17 822
J7
1, 226
1 56
7
122
17 602
620
17 30
1,564

2.277
915
741
690
566
1, 258
4, 210
37
227
5. 312
1,337
1,476
1, 162
1.484
985
309
23
64
245
676
62
1,919

5. 55
11.58
10.29
3.50
8,26
4.18
itf. 26
2.96
6.96
10.30
7.27
11.01
6,39
12.16
14. 38
2.63
.84
6.10
3.32
8.14
5, 64
11.70

3. 26
6.70
5. 79
2. 63
7. 18
1, 73
;;. 38
5, 69
4. 54
7.22
4. 21
7 51
8. 57
1.80
. 55
:;. 46
2.36
5. 96
3.02
8.49

-7 11.42
17 5. 20
17 1. 00
17 13. 34
17
13. 33
17 19. 83
17
5. 60
r:
97. 6*
6. 01
17 40. 32
J7
8. 29
1.60
J: 5. 49
4.96
!r
12, 00
17
10. 45
17 2. 04
11.62
17 8, 16
7.47
17 2.73
9. 54

*7 6. 70
17 3. 01
17. 56
17 8. 59
17 8. 23
17 12. 47
17 3.03
17 57.16
i' 22. 26
3 7 5. 17
1.05
17 3. 61
3.06
' ' 7 7 . ir,
i'7.14
17 1.33
6. 59
17 5, 80
5. 47
• 17 1. 46
6.92

17 40,419

25,975

S. 16

4.94

17 12. 69

17 7.69

3. 50
5.39
3.65
10.30
8.42
3.66
9.25
7.63
7.53
5.07

2.34
3.50
2.45
7.32
5.67
2.51
6.94
4.95
4.54
2.95

17 11.65
17 4.35
17 4. 78
5. 56
1714.80
17 7.90
10.92
1.96
7
1 3.41
17 3.08

17 7.78
17 2.82
17 3. 21
3.95
17 9.97
17 5. 42
8.19
1.27
17 2. 05
17 1.79

357
1, 232
596
145
13,285

1,995

5,153
1,252
696
2, 404
1,263
4, 444
8. 824
705
98

Ohio.
Cincinnati
Columbus. ______-_„
Indiana.
_.....
Indianapolis
Illinois...
.»_.._.
Chicago, Cent. Res_
Chicago, other Res..
Peoria
..
Michigan...
Wisconsin
..
.
Milwaukee
-_-„Minnesota.
Minneapolis. .
St. Paul
Iowa
....
Des Moines...
Sioux City
Missouri
..
Kansas City..
St. Joseph
St. Louis

6, 2.53
1.140
370
2, 870
673
5, 715
2, 443
926
200
7,746
3. 398
509
2, 258

535

263
1,059
338
135
325
839
375

1, 641
2, 039
1. 553
1, 243
1, 190
1,547
476
55
587
1.101
94
943

Total Middle Western States__...„........




1,334
9,206
1,911
1,460
664
4,997
1,050
308
1,155
2,980
2, 583
779

20
2

29, 569

Total Southern States..

North Dakota.
South Dakota..
Nebraska
Lincoln
Omaha
Kansas
Topeka
Wichita—.
Montana
Wyoming

53
744
256
17
11
702
85
56
103
118
203
96

57
279
7
63
8
480
56
5
40
28
97
50

941
7,122
1, 310
1 245
319
2, 974
534
168
655
1, 601
1,687
488

57, 697
479
475
965
93
1,318
2,313
60
271
974
452

773
1,718
320
106
1,036
537
56
590
40, 389
845
625
764
161
962
852
47
162
622
171

1
2

1

74
205

3
225
190
398
40
3
3
724
105 . . . _ _ , . . .
180
1
121
86
......
400
1
111
12

Z ni

48
37
3
78

2

"7
337

2, 332
2, 469
3, 558
842
164
1,727
1,700
160
1, 950

3, 385

295

3. 444

105, 210

46
18
60
5
13
79
7
4
41
27

s Capital and surplus as of June 30,1932.

56

15
7
2

30
38
98
59
145
201
5
2
26
73

1, 400
1.156
1,902
318
2,438
3,452
119
439
1,665
723

17 536
" 180
17 365
75
17 740
17 1,012
131
47
17 152

161
223
279
139
421
469
111
183
336
115
17 Deficit.

?>! 1 0

17 . OS

5.10

Abstract of reports of earnings, expenses, and dividends of national banks for the year ended June 30, 1932—Continued

00

In thousands of dollars]
Ratios

Losses and depreciation charged ofl

On bank-

Location

On loans On bonds, ing house, On forand dis- securities, furniture, eign excounts
etc.
and fix- change

Total
losses
charged
off

Other
losses

tures

Colorado
Denver
New Mexico._
Oklahoma
Oklahoma City
Tulsa

_

965
681
350
2,035
809
2,256

......
.

Alaska—nnnrnfimbpir

9,184

854

1,219
649
1,104
865
2,559
3,103
3,453
417
78
233
159
186

. .

53
142
48
109
184
18

14,496

Total Western States
Washington
Seattle.
Oregon _
Portland
California
.
Los Angeles
San Francisco
Idaho
Utah
Salt Lake Citv
Nevada
Arizona
Total Pacific States......

969
655
198
939
317
895

1,460
1,213
580
922
2,755
912
2,159
200
93 |
101
73
606
11,074

105
87
130
81
308
738
2,732
44
24
39
16
57

14,025
17
150

"241
"384
17 50
1 736
7
79
17 2,476

360
506
62
465
679
127

32

1,463

26,029

n 6,610

2
3

61
16
81
245
378
369
743
120
6
84
4
31

2,847
1,968
1,895
2,215
6,001
5,186
9,816
785
201
457
252
880

1 733
7
382
"872
1 411
7
1 2,135
7
5,952
2,399
1 326
7
11
83
1 80
7
1 520
7

102
1
64
729
4

capital

3= 67
7 25
2. 62
6 16
1.10
1 41.61
7

4,636

5.47

3.70

17 7. 80

389
725
95
859
1,108
6,700
10,061
27
43
860
19
99

3.79
5.45
1 62
12.10
4.98
16.54
13.26
1 26
3.82
46. 49
1.27
6.00
11.44

2.66
4.40
1 14
8 20
3.44
9.63
7.88
85
2.69
33.33
.88
3.52

17 7.14
2.87
17 14 83
" 5.79
17 9.60
14.70
3.16
17 15 16
.98
4.49
17 5 33
1 31. 52
7

7.19

2.04

17 5 00
2.32
17 10 48
17 3 95
17 6. 63
8.56
1 88
n 10 27
69
3.22
17 3 71
" 18. 47
1.29

25.82
6.98

15.50
4.37

17
17
17
17

2,138

32,503

3,750

20,985

1

2
3

34
240
274

71
220

10.91
9.02

291

30
284
314

9.17

6.55
5.65
5.72

126,518
139,991
234,039

1 25,792
7
17 19,941
17 94,047

60,660
62,698
45,797

18.03
11.66
6.59

9.26
6,66
3.72

1 7. 67
7
17 3.71
i' 13. 53

169,155

10.78

5.98

17 8,91

167

1

5

34,253
43,477
124,118

3,254
7,571
6,868

1,490
1,140
179

259,478

201, 848

17,693

2,809

4,440
6,272
8,008
18,720

500,548

17

139,780

• 17 2.27
17 3 71
17 l. 70
17 4 46
.91
17 35. 88

3,39
4.89
2.11
2.82
7.80
1.84

905

83,081
81,531
94,866

plus

5.48
9 55
3.25
3.89
9.43
2.13

9
17
26

4,361

.....




Net addi-

Divi-

tion
Dividends to Net addi- profitsto
to
tion to
dends to capital
capital
capital
and sur- profits to and surplus

2,046
1,747
657
3,246
1,373
3,348

Total central reserve cities
Total all other reserve cities. .
Total country banks, including nonmember banks...
Total United States

.

Dividends

59
261
61
163
63
179

8

6
69
75

The Territory of Hawaii—noninember
Total nonmember banks.

Net addition to
profits

8.50

17

5. 28

5.30
17 3. 94
17 2.12
i? 7. 64
1 4.94
7

Abstract of reports of earnings, expenses, and dividends of national banks, by Federal reserve districts, year ended June 80, 1982
[In thousands of dollars]
NonDistrict District District District District District District District District District District District member
No. 10 No. 11 No. 12 banks
No. 2
No. 1
No. 5
No. 8
No. 9
No. 3
No. 6
No. 7
No. 4
(395
(535
(775
(338
(355
(362
(524
(683
(638
(296
(571
(673
(5
(banks) banks) banks) banks) banks) banks) banks) banks.) banks) banks) banks) banks) banks)

Capital.
Surplus.

140,150 j 419, (330
100,490 382, 553

Capital and surplus.
Gross earnings:
Interest and discount on loans __.____.
Interest (including dividends) on investments.. _
___.
Interest on balances with other banks
Domestic exchange and collection charges.
Foreign exchange departments.......
Commissions and earnings from insurance premiums and the negotiation of
real estate loans.....
.
Trust departments..
_.
Profits on securities sold....
Other earnings

240, 640

802,183

49,957

129, 698

55, 208

48, 343

29, 645

26, 533

25, 449
1, 337
397
631

80, 590
897
2,150
14, 731

32,302
866
374
620

28,953
1,347
376
262

10, 521
706
481
35

2, 204
1,792
7,154

2
S, 672
10, 608
22, 705

1,097
1, 584
3, 564

773
633
3, 240

95, (518 88, 867
88,921 270, 053
Total _
Expenses paid:
Salaries and wages
...
18,436 54, 924 18,040 16,882
?>, 645 2,896
1,666
Interest and discount on borrowed money
938
7,189
938
2,962
Interest on bank deposits
1, 553
5, 500
7,603
Interest on demand deposits
_. _ 6,119 17, 621
Interest on time deposits.
20,169 40,287 24,966 22,760
8,309
Taxes
_
3,820
4. 045
3,469
Other expenses
Total.

85, 528

90, 053 118,381

75, 484

20, 677

24,425

34,478

29, 921

89, 550

1,438

615, 357

10,187
966
1,185
190

27,068
1, 5b3
1,833
672

9, 758
579
458
29

14,141
997
1,480
99

16, 644
1, 792
1,014
9

7,923
1, 461
803
56

•M, 830
2, 078
1, 362
824

475
56
129
14

298,841
14, 645
12, 072
18,172

S6
831
700
4, 405

103
1, 663
1, 485
10, 555

28
266
453
1,976

304
187
815
2,805

4
356
665
3, 724

46
4,299
2, 564
11,356

46,036

45, 083 120, 426

34, 224

45, 253

45
903
S47
\ 770
61, 532

44,913

146, 909

10,893
1,400
1,100
2,388
8,474
2,808
6,143

26, 556
1, 763
2,353
8,768
25,201
7,080
16, 754

8,149
662
920
1,683
7,669
2,163
3,940

10, 710
367
1,203
2,019
11.841
2,298
6,517

16. 216
1,122
2,076
4,120
10, 346
3,183
8,676

11,822
838
1,341
3, 340
5,501
3,756
6,057

36,147
5,134
3, 433
5, 540
40,187
4,248
19, 512

547
2
13
144
596
55
322

239,200
21, 504
25,820
66, 772
230.439
48,0S0
139, 783

33, 206

S8,475

34,955

45, 739

32, 655

114,201

1,679

771,598

36, 673

10,153

9.779

60, 786 168,648

66, 313

65, 697

34,058

i Includes nonmeniber banks of Alaska and the Territory of Hawaii.




57, 210
32,843

9,878
1,071
739
1,927
12,442
2,846
5,155

10,102

3, 425 1,568,983
2, 063 1,259,425

54, 594
30,934

70, 806 75, 285 170,395
52, 754 46,174 120,303
313, 689 231, 019 123, 560 121,459 290, 698
124, 062
189, 627

2
! 109
,
2, 715
5, 760

Grand
total
(6,150 i
banks)

25,186

81, 233
37,148

76, 692
38,312
115,004 290, 706

2, 828, 408

a

2, 206 1, 090,041

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[In thousands of dollars!

I

NonDistrict District District District District District District District District District District District member
No. 2
No. 3
No. 4
No. 5
No. 6
No. 7
No. 1
No. 8
No. 9 No. 10 No. 11 No. 12 banks
(638
(571
(355
(296
(338
(683
(673
(362
(524
(775
(535
(395
(5
banks) banks)
banks) banks) banks) banks) banks) banks) banks) banks) banks)
banks)
Net earnings
Recoveries on charged-off assets:
Loans and discounts
Bonds, securities, etc
All other
__

Grand
total
(6,150
banks)

28,135

101,405

29,305

23,170

11,978

11,877

31,951

9,038

10,298

15,793

12,258

32,708

574
1,703
770

5,380
3,037
9,287

582
1,102
471

951
566
816

532
68
202

462
449
320

2,225
493
1,060

617
149
274

1,213
400
494

1,499
699
500

1,454
118
471

1,233
734
1, 377

31,182

119,109

31,460

25. 503

12, 780

13,108

35. 729

10,078

12, 405

18, 491

14, 301

36, 057

565

360,768

21, 223
21,966
1,190
110
849

97, 231
64,958
4,222
1,313
5,189

16,741
26, 6<42
854
29
1, 342

14,956
20, 350
1, 341
47
1,052

7,184
5, 691
446
23
746

6,925
4,642
613
76
834

42, 239
21, 326
1, 869
216
1,887

4,354
5, 398
304
3
746

6,441
8,345
730
51
613

13, 673
7, 895
788
30
1,377

14,447
3,917
967
5
1,953

13, 897
10, 603
4,343
905
2,127

167
75
26
1

259, 478
201, 848
i7,693
2, 809
18,720

45, 338

172,913

45, 648

37, 746

14, 090

13, 090

67. 537

10,805

16,180

23, 763

21, 289

31,875

Net addition to profits^
214,156
Total dividends declared
_ 14,456
Ratios:
Dividends to capital 3
___per cent._
10. 31
Dividends to capital and surplus 3.do
6.01
Net additions to profits to capital 3 . .do
210.10
Net additions to profits to capital and surplus 3
per cent_.
2 5.88

2 53,804
64, 567

2 14,188
16, 878

2 12,243
8,491

21, 310
6,187

18
4,957

2 31,808
14,442

4,307

2 3, 775
4,728

2 5, 272
4, 661

2 6,988
4, 182

4,182
20,985

291
314

15. 39
8.05
M2.82

13.60
5.38
11.44

7. 54
3.68
^ 10.87

8.74
5.01
U.85

6.58
4,08
.02

8.48
4.97
218.67

2 1.33

8.26
5.25
2 6.60

5.74
3.94
2 6.49

5.45
3.64
2 9.11

11.48
7.22
2.29

9.17
5. 72
8.50

10.78
5.98
2 8.91

2 6.71

a 4. 52

^5.30

2 1.06

.01

210. 94

2 0. 85

2 4.19

1,44

5.30

2 4.94

TotalLosses and depreciation charged off:
On loans and discpunts
On bonds, securities, etc
On banking house, furniture, and fixtures.
On foreign exchange
Other losses
__
Total-




2 Deficit.

7.89
5.04

» Capital and surplus as of June 30, 1932.

527

318,443
16.753
9,521
16,051

500, 548
2

139,780
169,15F)

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71

National-bank investments in United States Government securities a?id other bonds
and securities, etc., loans and discounts {including rediscounts), and, losses charged
off on account of bonds and securities, etc, and loans andJ discounts, years ended
June 30, 1918 to 1932, inclusive
[In thousands of dollars]

Year
ended
June
30—

States
Government
securities

Other
bonds
and securities

Total
bonds
and securities,
etc.

Losses
Loans and charged
off on
discounts
(including bonds
and serediscurities,
counts)
etc.

1918
1919
1920.---...
1921
1922
1923
1924
1925
1926
1927
1928
1929
1930
19311932

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
2, 596,178
2, 891,167
2, 803, 860
2, 753,941
3, 256, 268
3, 352, 666

1,840,487
1,875,609
1,916, 890
2,005, 584
2,277, 866
2,375, 857
2, 660, 550
3,193,677
3,372,985
3, 797,040
4, 256, 281
3, 852,675
4,134, 230
4, 418, 569
3,843,986

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
6, 393, 218
7,147, 448
6, 656, 535
6, 888,171
7, 674, 837
7,196, 652

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
13,955, 696
15,144, 995
14,801,130
14, 887,752
13,177,485
10, 281, 676

United

44,350
27,819
61, 790
76,179
33,444
21, 890
24,642
25, 301
23, 783
27, 579
29,191
43, 458
61,371
119, 294
201,848

Percentage of losses
charged off—
Losses
charged
off on
loans
and discounts

On bonds

and
securities
to total
bonds and
securities
owned

33,964
35,440
31,284
76,210
135,208
120, 438
102, 814
95, 552
93,605
86,512
92,106
88, 815
103, 817
186,864 i
259, 478

1.12
.55
1.48
1.89
.73
.43
.48
.44
.41
.43
.41
.65
.89
, 1.55
| 2.80

On account
loans and
discounts
to total
loans and
discounts
0.34
.32
.23
.63
1.20
1.02
.86
.75
.70
.62
.61
.59
.70
1.42
2.52

Number of national banks, capital, surplus, net addition to profits, dividends, and
ratios, years ended June 30, 1914 to 1932
[In thousands of dollars]

Ratios
Number of
banks

Year ended
June 30—

1914
1915
1916
1917
1918
1919
1920
1921
1922
1923
1924
1925
1926
1927
1928
1929
1930
1931
1932

.-

7,453
7,560
7,571
7,589
7,691
7,762
8,019
8,147
8,246
8,238
8,085
8,070
7,978
7,796
7,691
7,536
7,252
6,805
6,150

Capital

1,063,978
1, 068, 677
1,066, 209
1,081,670
1,098,264
1,115, 507
1, 221, 453
1, 273, 237
1, 307,199
1,328, 791
1,334,011
1,369,385
1,412, 872
1, 474,173
1,593,856
1, 627,375
1, 743,974
1,687,663
1, 568,983

i Deficit.

147796°




Surplus

Net addition
to
profits

714,117
149, 270
726,620
127,095
731, 820 157, 544
765,918
194, 321
816, 801 212,332
869, 457 240,366
984,977 282,083
1,026,270 216,106
1, 049, 228 183, 670
1,070,600 203,488
1,080, 578
195, 706
1,118, 953 223, 935
1,198, 899 249,167
1,258,945 252, 319
1,419,695 270,158
1, 479, 052 301,804
1, 591, 339 246, 261
1. 493, 876
52, 541
1,259, 425 i 139,780

Dividends

120,947
113,707
114, 725
125, 538
129, 778
135, 588
147, 793
158,158
165, 884
179,176
163,683
165,033
173, 753
180, 753
205, 358
222,672
237, 029
211, 301
169,155

Dividends
to capital

Net addition to
Diviprofits
dends
to
capital
To
and
To cap- ital capand
surplus
ital
surplus

Per cent Per cent Per cent Per cent
11.37
6.80
14.03
8.39
10.63
6.33
11.89
7.08
10.76
6.38
14.78
8.76
11.61
6.79
17.96
10.52
11.82
6.78
19.33
11.09
12.15
6.83
21.55
12.11
12.10
6.70
23.09
12.78
12.42
6.88
16.97
9.40
12.69
7.04
14.05
7.79
13.48
7.47
15.31
8.48
12.27
6.78
14. 67
8.11
12.05
6.63
16.35
9.00
12.30
6.65
17.63
9.54
12.26
6.62
17.12
9.24
12.88
6.81
16.95
8.96
13.68
7.17
18.55
9.72
13.59
7.11
14.12
7.38
12.52
6.64
3.11
1.65
10.78
5.98
18.91
14.94

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

NATIONAL BANKS CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO CAPITAL STOCK

The recapitulation following concerns tables published in the
appendix of this report in relation to the number of national banks in
reserve cities and States on December 31, 1931, classified according
to capital stock, with the amount of loans and discounts, bonds and
securities owned, aggregate resources, paid-in capital stock, surplus
and undivided profits, and total deposits.
National hanks classified according to capital stock December 811 1981
[In thousands of dollars
Bonds
[ NtlE> Loans and'and secur- Aggregate
! ber of discounts
1
resources
banks

Capita) of less than $50,000
Capital of $50,000 but less than
$200,000
Capital of $200,000 but less than
$500,000
Capital of $500,000 but less than
$1,000,000
Capital of $1,000,000 but less
than $5,000.000
Capital of $5,000,000 but less
than $25,000,000
Capita] of $25,000,000 but less
than $50,000,000
Capital of $50,000,000 or more..Total United Slates

1,690

Capita]

owned

278, 426

194, 071

585, 087

45, 213

Surplus
and un- Total
divided deposits
profits
38, 422

451,826

3,432

1, 855, 658 1,470, 550 4, 048,102

276,152

299, 519 3,127, 982

814

1, 487, 823 1, 042, 962 3,124, 461

206, 217

225, 007 2,445, 593

595, 414 1, 906, 474

131, 750

133, 414 1, 487, 649

168

1, 689. 403 1, 275, 400 4, 286, 235

279, 792

289, 344 3,410,736

29

1, 847, 212 1, 268,102 4, 038, 671

235, 825

332, 730 3,138, 524

233

4
3

927, 332

1, 216, 499
2, 324, 475

442, 206 2, 203,909 124, 500
912, 720 4, 469, 347 322, 000

116, 061
298, 712

1,856, 534
3, 325, 503

j 6, 373 \U, 926,828 7, 201, 425 |24, 662, 286 1, 621, 449 ji, 733, 209 19, 244, 347

Includes overdrafts.

FEDERAL RESERVE BANKS
Assets and liabilities of the 12 Federal reserve banks combined, as of the last weekly
statement date in October, 1980 to 1982
[IE thousands of doliars]
jOct. 29,1930 Oct. 28,1931 Oct. 26,1932
ASSETS

Gold reserves
Other cash reserves
Nonreserve cash.
Bills discounted
__.
Bills bought in open market
United States Government obligationsOther bills and secui ities
Uncollected items
All other assets

2, 738, 431
164,420
71, 740
716, 680
724, 680
726, 959
29, 919
432, 579
126,141

2,992,623
198,809
85,171
322, 322
33, 695
1,850,949
5,425
332, 923
118.198

I 4,856,183

Total .

3,037,193
' 154; 581
71, 364
201, 603
165, 658
601, 438
6,322
526, 697
91, 327

5, 731, 549

5,940,115

1, 354,881

2, 383, 948

2, 688,871

2, 468, 280
26, 674
24? 457
517, 004
170, 444
276, 936
17, 507

2, 228, 875
39,141
192, 049
428, 863
164, 648
274,636
19, 389

2,411,946
28, 078
29,969
326,987
152,303
259, 421
42, 540

4,856,183

5, 731, 549

5,940,115

LIABILITIES

Federal reserve notes in circulation
Federal reserve bank notes in circulation—net liabilityDeposits:
Member bank—reserve account
Government
Other...
Deferred availability items.
Capital paid in.
Surpl us
All other liabilities
Total.




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73

Principal assets and liabilities of the 12 Federal reserve banks combined, on the last
weekly statement date in each month, from January, 1980, to October, 1932
[In millions of dollars]
Assets
Liabilities
Reser ves

Bills and securities
Date

Jan.29
Feb. 26
Mar. 26
Apr. 30
May28
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. 26
Sept. 30
Oct. 28
Nov. 25
Dec. 30
Jan. 27
Feb. 24
Mar. 30
Apr. 27
May 25
June 29
July 27
Aug. 31
Sept. 28
Oct. 26

1930

United
Bills States
Bills bought Governdisment Total 5
counted in open securimarket
ties

Gold

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

Capital
and
surplus

407
343
207
233
247
232
197
193
167
202
234
251

258
299
256
210
176
102
131
163
198
166
176
364

483
529
530
530
577
576
602
602
601
596
729

1,154
1,139
1,001
982
959
916
912
967
973
975
1.012
1, 352

2,985
2,990
3,051
3,073
3,057
3 059
3,005
2,956
2,989
3,037
3,025
2,941

3,188
3,187
3,242
3,252
3,221
3. 232
3,178
3,120
3,141
3,192
3,164
3,082

1,702
1,637
1,573
1,507
1,466
1,403
1,335
1,337
1,348
1,355
1,422
1,664

2,308
2,346
2,340
2, 385
2 347
2,386
2,415
2,419
2,416
2,468
2,410
2,471

2,369
2,408
2,388
2,434
2 421
2,459
2,469
2,470
2,484
2,519
2,463
2,517

448
449
451
451
447
447
447
447
447
447
447
444

215
190
165
155
153
198
183
242
328
717
686
1,024

120
106
83
170
125
106
67
181
469
725
480
327

610
599
599
598
598
619
678
728
742
727
727
803

945
896
847
924
876
947
935
1,157
1,558
2,198
1,926
2.185

3,092
3,081
3,126
3,175
3,259
3,383
3,444
3, 486
3,138
2,738
2,929
2,988

3,278
3,261
3,310
3,352
3,433
3,558
3,619
3,658
3,301
2,903
3,094
3,155

1,478
1,448
1,442
1,528
1,552
1,674
1,736
1,946
2,098
2,384
2,446
2,613

2,425
2,378
2,357
2,408
2,425
2,457
2, 415
2,342
2,364
2, 229
2,117
2,323

2,484
2,428
2,433
2,463
2,471
2, 557
2,555
2,634
2,506
2,460
2,316
2,480

444
444
444
443
443
443
442
442
441
439
438
435

835
633
532
471
470
525
433
340
322

162
133
66
46
38
64
40
34
34
34

752
741
872
1,191
1,525
1,801
1,841
1,852
1,854
1,851

1,788
1,724
1,578
1,774
2,040
2,340
2,412
2,324
2,232
2,212

2,987
2,938
3,018
3,015

3,186
3,140
3, 235
3,233
3,064
2,782
2,826
2,980
3,085
3,191

2,627
2,643
2,546
2,527
2,533
2,756
2,834
2,814
2,721
2,689

1,945
1,878
1,911
2,114
2,214
2,034
2,072
2,146
2,269
2,412

2,099
1,973
2,019
2,234
2,321
2,107
2,165
2,241
2,353
2,470

419
417
415
415
414
414
413
413
412
412

1931

1932

2,857
2,579
2,621
2, 773
2.879
2,993

1
Includes (in addition to bills discounted and bought and United States securities) municipal warrants
Federal intermediate credit bank debentures, land bank bonds, and foreign loans ori gold.

NEW YORK CLEARING HOUSE

The figures compiled and furnished by the manager of the New
York Clearing House Association for the year ejided September 30,
1932, disclose there were 23 banks comprising the New York Clearing
House Association with capital of $622,435,000.
Clearings amounted to $177,306/295,651, a reduction in the year of
$110,429,006,356, and balances reported aggregating $28,534,627,501
showed a reduction in the year of $9,248,698,867. The average daily
clearings amounted to $583,244,394 and the average daily balances
$93,863,906. The percentage of balances to clearings was 16.09.




74

REPOKT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

CLEARING-HOUSE

ASSOCIATIONS IN THE 12 FEDERAL
BANK CITIES AND ELSEWHERE

RESERVE

Clearing-house transactions in the 12 Federal reserve bank cities
during the year ended September 30, 1932, aggregated $239,471,081,000, a reduction in the year of $143,878,760,000. The ratio of bank
clearings in the 12 Federal reserve bank cities was 81.85 per cent of
the total clearings of all banks in 252 reporting cities in the United
States, in comparison with a ratio of 83.16 per cent reported for these
same cities last year.
Clearings of banks in 15 other principal cities, each of which had
clearings in excess of $1,000,000,000, amounted to $30,993,817,000,
and showed a decrease of $14,684,425,000 in clearings reported for the
same cities in the preceding year. The total clearings of the 252
cities reporting to the New York Clearing House Association in the
current year aggregated $292,580,531,000, as compared with $460,952,943,000 reported by these cities in the preceding year.
Tables showing the^ following information are published in the
appendix of this report: Statement showing the total of transactions
of the New York Clearing House from 1854 to 1913, and annually
since 1914; comparative statement of transactions of the New York
Clearing House in years ended September 30, 1932 and 1931;
exchanges, balances, and percentages of balances to exchanges, etc.,
by the New York Clearing House, annually since 1914; comparative
statement of the exchanges of clearing houses of the United States
by cities for years ended September 30, 1932 and 1931; and comparative statement of transactions of clearing-house associations in
the 12 Federal reserve bank cities and elsewhere in years ended
September 30, 1932 and 1931.
ALL REPORTING BANKS IN THE UNITED STATES AND
POSSESSIONS

The statement following shows a summary of the resources and
liabilities of all reporting banks in the United States and possessions,
by classes, on June 30, 1932:




Summary of reports of condition of all reporting banks in the United States and possessions} by classes, at the close of business June 30, 1982
[In thousands of dollars

Total all
banks

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

,„.._

... _

__, ...,__ „-„-

_,„

-.„.__ _ . . . .

19,163

National
banks

6,150

All
banks
other
than national

13,013

Banks other than national, by classes
State
(commercial)

Loan and
trust
companies

10,455

1,235

Stock
savings

502

Mutual
savings

Private

594

s

227

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts):
Real estate loans, mortgages, deeds of trust, and other liens on real estate—
On farm land
507,876
299, 794
On other real estate
9, 433, 768
1, 317, 487
Loans secured by United States Government and other bonds, stocks, and
securities (exclusive of loans to banks)
_
3,182,495
6, Oil, 057
331, 659
Loans to banks.
489, 763
Commercial paper bought in open market; acceptances payable in United
fi38. 710
222. 547
States; and notes, bills, and acceptances payable in foreign countries . .
All other loans..
.
4,927; 694
10,993', 466
Total
........
. . ....
. . . . 28, 074, 640 10, 281, 676
Overdrafts

.

..

.

. . . ... ..,..

. . .

N o t classified,..

.
_

Total




30, 770
1, 209, 497

1,946
65, 712

11,486
5, 883, 609

756
4,140

2,828, 562
158,104

717,094
4,177

2, 055, 856
153,073

l],610
59

43, 377
654

625
141

416.163
6,065', 772

35.920
3, 257; 071

379.001
2, 073', 141

449
512, 222

674
200, 756

119
22, 582

17,792,964

5,130, 709

5, 901, 338

591,998

6,140, 556

28, 363

.

_____

..._„

. _ .
___..._____

_.

„..

,_„„.....__

4,701

10, 512

4,490

5,796

93

2

131

6, 455, 583
2, 801, 750
4, 276, 059
735, 266
580, 780
3, 373, 803

3, 352, 666
1,031, 407
1, 337,130
205, 086
344,948
925, 415

3,102,917
1, 770, 343
2,938,929
530,180
235, 832
2, 448, 388

552, 362
261, 020
182, 209
39, 407
36,910
1,195,015

11, 026, 589

2, 266, 923

350, 573

530, 666
1, 102, 416
2,187, 667
142, 558
70,979
ICO, 286
4,194, 572

921,932
383,165

323,544
133, 274

434, 935
98,121

26, 733
21, 735

134,442
127, 538

12, 372
26,188
299,844

10, 553
19, 713
257, 733
165,224

4,429
2,287
113,968
104, 788

5,178
14,884
106,439
29,896

32
332
1,199
12, 612

893
2,193
35, 601
17, 307

338,404

453, 223

225,472

156, 397

14,175.

55,994

1,185

B

21
17
526
621

791, 627

i

2, 278
2,497

22,925
45,901
557, 577
165, 224

3

12, 509

760,057
143, 585

O

1,489
946
3,363
1,945
584
4,182

7,196, 652

1,925,190
399,191
552,492
344,144
125,809
855,186
4, 202, 012

93, 210
6, 770
13,198
2,126
1,550
233, 719

18, 223, 241

. ...

....
„

163,124
953, 323

15, 213

Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Real estate owned other than banking house

,

H

208,082
8,116,281

1,681,989
526, 750

Investments:
ITnited States Government securities
_.
..
State, county, and municipal bonds
Railroad and other public service corporation bonds
Stock of Federal reserve banks and other corporations
Foreign government bonds and other foreign securities
Other bonds, notes, warrants, etc.—
„
Total

Cash in vault:
Gold coin
Gold certificates
All other cash in vault

ffl

r
01

Summary of reports of condition of all reporting banks in the United States and possessionsf by classes, at the close of business June 80,

Continued
Total all
banks

National
banks

All
banks
other
than national

Banks other than national, by classes
State
(commercial)

Loan and
trust
companies

541,297
541, 533
73, 504

S01, 902
427, 646
475,819

Stock
savings

Mutual
savings

Private

RESOURCES—continued

Reserve with Federal reserve banks or other reserve agents..,,,
Other amounts due from banks
_
Exchanges for clearing house and other cash items
_
Other resources (including securities borrowed, acceptances of other banks and
bills of exchange or drafts sold with indorsement, and customers' liability on
account of acceptances) . - - „ . .
__._..
„_

2, 674,941
2, 920,092
981,057

1, 150,575
1,569, 723
427,159

1, 524, 366
1,350, 369
553,898

54, 359
26, 73 i
2,018

35, G46
349,158
2,436

r

1, 355, 581

495,179

860,402

238, 052

57,245,131

22,367,711

34,877, 420

9, 47S, 798

13,118,830

Capital stock paid in..,, — —
--.„
...
4,058,070
Surplus
. — . — ._ — ,—.
.-_..-.
Undivided profits—net...
....
..
, .
716, 598
Reserves for dividends, contingencies, etc
445, 969
Reserves for interest, taxes, and other expenses accrued and unpaid
77, 271
652,168
National-bank circulation
_
.___
___._
,
„_.
Due to banks (demand balances).,.—
.
.. 3, 212,110
Certified and cashiers' checks (including dividend checks), and cash letters of
565,866
credit and travelers' checks outstanding
.
.— —
——.
Demand deposits (other than bank and United States):
Individual deposits subject to check
.....,_._,..
.
14, 327,339
State, county, and municipal deposits........
,
.
__ — _,..__.. 1, 538, 296
Certificates of deposit (other than for money borrowed).„__
__.__.
251,331
Other demand deposits..
—__—__
238, 613
Total..
—
——
-. 16,405,579
Time deposits (including postal savings) :
State, county, and municipal deposits... _—
.—_
—,
363,497
Deposits of other banks
.._
_
„._
53,197
Other time deposits20, 565,339
Deposits evidenced by savings pass books.
2,118,149
Certificates of deposit (other than for money borrowed)
1,021,086
Time deposits, open accounts; Christmas savings accounts, etc..
653,121
Postal savings deposits
-.
..—
—
24, 774, 3
Total-- — — — — — — — ——— —

1,568,983
1, 259, 425
302, 521
148, 919
49,439
652,168
1,800,217

1,748,881
2, 798,645
414,077
297,050
27, 832

805, 332
526,841
127, 382
96,174
20, 633

894,056
!,343,982
123, 761
189,087
5,877

43, 9(34
33, 772
8,861
3,536
705

1,41.1,893

378, 393

1, 028, 976

241,116

324, 750

43, 663

280, 601

7, 617, 783
532,366
151,095
163,682

2, 641, 582
326, 392
54, 559
54, 219
3,076, 752

4, 881, 253
204, 595
91,935
107, 572

Total resources..




1,162
5, 301
121
1,871

, >24, 864

55,418

890, 026
153, 222
8,124
604

5,529
4, 024
851
119
13

4, 265

92

167

291

152

15,868
1,229
1,784

I

43

3, 192
100
59

H

a
o

5, 285, 355

75,888
50
2, 758
1,710
80.406

3, 351

115,517
9,361

35,809
873

25,667
8,440

52, 568
25

1,459

14
23

5,202,948
996,172
324,429
450, 275

15, 362,391
1,121,977
696,657
202,846

2,200,849
143, 557
547,194
62, 594

784,120
48,416
3, 234
5, 533

17,508,749

2, 988, 301

893, 896

10,021,110
742
11, 935
177
10,035, 423

.12,178
8,373
789

7, 265, 640

2, 344,134
920,889
133, 505
134, 542
3, 569, 752

O

19, 062

247,980
43,836

o

fi, 709, 556
1,005, 930
100, 236
124, 931
7,940,653

8, 464,926

21,377

o
d

§
3

Total deposits

424,325
8,000

_

Bills payable and rediscounts
-_
-Agreements to repurchase United States Government or other securities sold
Acceptances executed for customers and to furnish dollar exchange
Other liabilities (including securities borrowed and acceptances of other banks
and bills of exchange or drafts sold with indorsement)
Total liabilities

-...

.

____„_

...

211, 038
8,000

81,083
4,461

127, 256
3,511

2,699
2

17, 460, 913

27,929,356

7,154,104

9, 714,000

981, 559

10, 039,018

40, 675

1, 248, 780
48, 613
528,310

506, 890
39, 535
279, 220

741,890
9,078
249, 090

467,081
7,078
36, 720

238, 984
2,000
212,367

17,113

17,477

1,235

761,219

99, 698

661, 521

237, 453

394, 716

722

25, 661

2,969

57, 245,131

'

213 287

45,390, 269

United States deposits (exclusive of postal savings)
Deposits not classified

22, 367, 711

34,877,420

9, 478, 798

13,118,830

1, 090, 232

11,134,142

55,418

26

3

O

The table following shows the approximate population of each State, number of reporting banks, resources and
liabilities, a classification of loans and discounts, investments, cash and demand and time deposits, June 30, 1932:
Assets and liabilities of all reporting banks in the United States, Alaska, and insular possessions, June, 1932 (includes national, Stale (commercial) banks, loan and trust companies, savings and private banks)
Resources (in thousands of dollars)

Population Num(approxi- ber of Loans and
mate)
banks discounts Over-

Location

(including drafts
rediscounts)

Maine
New H a m p s h i r e

Vermont ..
Massachusetts..
Rhode Island

_ _ , . . . _,„

„

._ . . .

Connecticut. Total New England
States
New York
New Jersey ~
Pennsylvania

Investments

Banking
house,
furniture
and
fixtures

Real
estate
owned
other
than
banking
house

o

Reserve
Exchanges
Other
with Fedfor clearCash in eral reserve amounts ing house Other revault
banks or due from and other sources
banks
other recash
serve agents
items

Total resources

801,000
468,000
360,000
4,297, 000
698, 000
1,634,000

115
117
100
416
34
212

207,910
130,474
132,965
2,258,432
253,282
760,474

32
18
27
164
17
55

191,319
157,010
81,031
1,404,822
238, 576
413,663

7,123
4,726
3,823
73,895
5,104
34,125

3,559
2,361
12, 320
47,160
1,480
13,455

5,690
2,467
2,421
32, 847
8,304
19,229

5,229
3,173
2,179
127,963
17, 217
25,233

15,452
10,453
7, £09
186,935
15, 569
46,175

638
546
306
17,746
2,111
5,162

1.421
440
3,946
49,930
3,760
3,753

438,373
311,668
246,527
4,199,894
545,420
1,321, 324

8,258,000

994

3,743,537

313

2, 486,421

128,796

80,335

70,958

180,994

282,093

26, 509

63,250

7,063,206

12,852, 000
4,148,000
9,741,000

984
475
1,260

8,829,563
1,170,304
1 2, 383,743

2,058
124
639

5,990,132
795,146
2,206,670

448,607
89,196
197,599

59,196
28,702
83.054

131,188
37,815
66,176

1,013,187
66,889
258, 431

546,987
93,563
218, 270

667,707
14,998
47,434

666,165
45,716
86,815

18,354,790
2,342,453
5,548,831

3
3

i Includes $332,014,000 mortgages and judgments of record reported for banks other than national. The amounts of such in previous years were reported with investments.




i

Assets and liabilities of all reporting banks in the United States, Alaska, and insular possessions, June, 1932 {includes national, State {commercial) banks, loan and trust companies, savings and private banks)—Continued

oo

Resources (in thousands of dollars)

Location

Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia.
Total Eastern IVirginia...
West Virginia...
North Caro ina...
South Carolina..
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee
Total Southern States_,.Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan...
Wisconsin..
Minnesota..
Iowa
Missouri-..
Total Middle Western
States
_._.._.




Population
(approximate)

240, 000
1,653, 000
493, 000
29,127,000
2,435,000
1,761,000
3. 244, 000
J, 745, 000
2,910,000
1, 528, 000
2, 682, 000
2, 036, 000
2, ! 38, 000
5, 964, 000
!, 867, 000
2, 638, 000
2, 650, 000

Number of
banks

59
205
39

Loans and
discounts Over(including drafts
rediscounts)

86,901
372,360
140,505

14
94
40

3, 022 12,983,376

2,969

390
210
257
124
312
184
243
226
195
J,058
273
471
383

328,302
179,035
146,716
56, 323
173,796
58, 563
130,399
79,877
245,918
475, 875
72,129
256, 510
233, 143

33, 598, 000

4, 326

2, 436, 586

6, 753, 000
3, 275, 000
7, 768, 000
4, 983, 000
2,976, 000
2, 585, 000
2,479, 000
3, 656, 000

807
695
1,149
581
857
840
897
914
6,740

5, 740,324

Real
estate
ow ned
other
than
banking
house
I, 568
5,343
6, 929

2, 032
JO, 103

788, 750

184,792

256, 222

18,159
12,773
12, 267

7,044
5,836
3, 964
3, 232
7.818
4,011
7,134
2, 351
5,718
13,261
2, 510
5, 231
8, 692

108, 392
64, 101
56, 825
33, 249
73, 161
.118,772
56,416
41,806
9], 404
254, 152
33, 722
97, 557
68, 010

2,371

4, 258
16,621
10,407
8, 603
5, 779
26, 045
45, 023
4,178
J1, 319
18, 754

1,097, 567

194, 186

76, 802

577, 875
183, 531
778,044
407,911
252,424
326, 653
154,736
398, 742

3,060

J, 315, 409
347, 012
1, 409, 504
968, 558
476, 381
398, 555
315, 475
509, 430

34,475,000

9,542,029

Banking
house,"
furniture
and
fixtures

4, 535
26, 509
22, 304

investments

96, 301
30, 316
70, 846
69,140
29, 786
22,628
18, 558
26, 259

30,882
9,831
19,174
34, 303
6,708
7,185
13, 092
12, 366

3,079,916

363,834

133, 541

Cash in

vault

8,908

9,274
6, 515
10, 547
4, 252
6, 329
7, 304
5, 551
3,731
6,164
21,439
3, 752
8,141
7,499
100, 4
47, 969
23, 775
81,189
23,122
18, 308
16, 306
14,125
16, 282
241,076

Reserve
Exchanges
Other
with Fedfor cleareral reserve amounts ing house Other rebanks or due from and other sources
other rebanks
cash
serve agents
items

O
Total resources

o

8,691
38,948
21, 201

430
7,995
6, 746

947
7, 381
3,090

181,690
889,806
320,136

O

1.396,484 I

927,660

745, 310

810, 114

27,637, 706

g

12, 429
20, 042
23, 311
1,926
21, 125
7, 709
7, 658
2,116

10,802
70,841
18,232
8,070
9,734

45,756
7, 580
7,712
12, 270
35, 039
28, 705
17,196
18,577
35,071
118,087
8,601
35, 557
45, 71S

7,862
3, 051
1, 572
1,282
1,956
2,134
3,172
2,392
5,609
9, 312
1,849
13,136
4,984

541,257
300,128
265, 583
117,671
338, 517
238, 654
237, 477
157,687
436, 314
1, 016, 250
145, 792
438,673
400, 896

213, 995

415, 869

38,125

58,211

4, 634,899

138, 595
17, 743
174, 918
77, 592
56,902
27,048
13, 551
24, 279

96,944
81, 969
294, 701
47, 248
43,958
84, 505
53,106
178, 379

5, 580
3, 971
42, 291
22, 222
7,948
7,332
3, 079
4,734

58, 228
144, 924
80, 981
20,494
6,629
14,845
2,297
10, 784

2,368, 044
843, 219
2,952, 362
1,670,787
899, 319
905, 267
588, 237
1,181,604

530,628

880,810

97,157

339,182

8, 588
39,593
9, 796

11, 408,8

o
o
F

o
d
2
a
4

North Dakota...
North Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas
_
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma
_
Total Western States
Washington
Oregon
California
Idaho...
Utah
Nevada
Arizona

_

_.
._..._-.__...
_
,

_

Total Pacific States
Alaska
The Territory of Hawaii
Puerto Rico
..
Philippines......

237
257
615
880
151
73
221
49
510

45,920
50,891
145, 838
178,198
46,431
30,481
101, 333
16,354
141,857

44
70
225
218
67
56
157
13
184

24,959
34,382
74,695
98,099
49,881
14,263
102, 663
12,748
127,476

3,874
3,924
10, 749
14,898
4,550
1,718
7,182
1,446
14,288

1,668
1,312
3,342
4,111
1,042
444
1,733
424
1,675

2,062
2,260
6,599
7,456
4,089
1,948
9,240
1,114
5,363

4,649
2,968
11,695
31, 531
10, 305
1,692
20,941
1,350
14,977

3,971
8,035
41,135
29,118
6,401
5,307
24,117
3,093
46, 550

644
524
2,035
2,014
450
267
2,368
201
2,531

956
713
902
3,843
1,030
113
820
181
2,014

88, 747
105, 079
297, 215
369, 486
124, 246
56, 289
270, 554
36, 924
356, 915

9, 351,606

-

685, 000
700,000
1, 388,000
1,894,000
2 537, 606
229, 000
1, 047, 000
431,000
2,440,000

2,993

757, 303

1,034

539,166

62,629

15, 751

40,131

100,108

167, 727

11,034

10, 572

1, 705, 455

1,588,000
974, 000
5, 947, 000
447,000
515,000
93,000
448,000

259
169
363
112
71
28
26

182,730
79,489
1,829,486
28, 791
68, 363
24,182
20, 583

414
57
1,122
73
144
92
15

155, 210
105,167
1, 072,781
24,850
37, 670
8,307
20,939

12,432
8,157
110,101
2,741
2,420
1,598
1,902

1,046
1,150
26, 300
870
1,156
290
1,040

7,554
5,481
42, 627
2,092
1,361
1,236
4,036

31,089
13, 831
195, 320
1,324
4,031
549
4,326

27, 818
23, 672
137, 943
7,848
12, 724
4,146
1,854

3,969
2,320
51,940
562
1,116
100
712

4,721
1,801
37,999
338
1,601
194
158

426, 983
241, 125
3, 505, 619
69, 489
130, 586
40, 694
55, 565

250,470

216,005

60,719

46, 812

4,470, 061

O

187

56
646
1,206
295

9
2,163
11, 658
13,610

12, 390
114,035
63, 034
135, 506

o

2,203

27, 440

324, 965

1,028

2,233,624

1,917

1,424,924

139,351

31,852

64, 387

60, 200
393,000
1, 597, 500
12, 589, 400

16
19
14
11

4,582
62,045
40,159
73,104

11
3,248
290

4,899
28,170
1,722
18,427

292
1,592
1,239
1,320

96
1,173
1,009
1,399

872
4,353
2,640
10,490

2,075

1,573
10, 458
3,111
14, 786

14,640,100

60

179,890

3, 549

53, 218

4,443

3,677

18, 355

2,262

29,928

526, 750

791, 627

10,012,000
._
.
..

Total possessions,..
Total United States and
possessions „ , - , - .
a Population Apr. 1, 1930.




139, 461, 706 19,163 28, 074, 640 15, 213 18, 223, 241 1, 681,989

2, 674,941 2,920,092

H
O

s

981, 057 1, 355, 581 57,245, 131

pd

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Assets and liabilities of all reporting banks in the United States, Alaska, and insular possessions, June, 1982 {includes national, State {commercial) banks, loan and trust companies, savings and private banks)—-Continued
Liabilities (in thousands of dollars)

Reserves
for
UndiCapital
divivided
stock Surplus profits- dends,
paid in
connet
tingencies,
etc.

.Location

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

13,135 19,885 14, 626
(5, 760 21,442 11, 012
7,036 12,744 5,633
141, 426 211,010 135,134
16,375 42,183 7,937
41,121 91,407 33,835

Total New England
States
.
New York
,.-.,
New Jersey
_
Pennsylvania..
Delaware
___
M aryland
District of Columbia...

._.
_.

350
393
1,245
27,131
6,881
6,281

226, 753 398,671 208,177




National
bank
circulation

Certified
and
cashiers'
Time dechecks,
posits United
and cash
Due to letters Demand (includ- States
ing
debanks of credit deposits
posits
Postal
and
Savings)
travelers'
checks
outstanding

282
103
87
5, 643
164
1,039

4,753
4,681
4,375
17, 697
3,900
10, 459

15,381
5, 249
1,030
152, 479
7,475
20,335

42, 281

7,318

45,866

201,949

849,316 1. 717, 736 55,'
,
199,344
126,638 147,179 29,313 17, 604
326,479 617,366 106, 245 21,931
13, 746 24,473 5,158
3,389
39, 599 67, 567 9,071
16, 680
23,328 20, 218 5,870
1,369

9,162
5,127
5,132
13
565
1,014

Total Eastern States. _. 1, 379,1062, 594, 539 211,455
Virginia _-__.....
West Virginia
North Carolina..
South Carolina.....
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
....
Texas

Reserves
for
interest,
taxes,
and
other
expenses
accrued
and
unpaid

52,482
25, 618
23, 764
9,747
34,854
23, 527
24, 789
12,511
31, 206
99, 484

31,464 8, 725
20,329 5, 644
16,197 4,508
6,012
1,-"""
21, 753 6,1
10, 028
18, 011 4* 109
8, 785 1, 744
19, 545 6, 436
45,295 20,869

260,317
2,894
1,612
3,219
610
2,658
474
589
439
3,415
5,042

841
441
434
10,333
800
3,659

516
53, 710 302,055
311
29,739 223, 663
134
18, 293 181, 769
810,210 2, 604,128 16,922
91,456 361,895 2,419
212, 294 869,872 2,710

Agree- Acceptments ances
DeBills
to
exeposits payable repurOther
not
and
chase cuted liabilifor
classi- redis- securities
cusfied
counts
ties
tomers
sold

353

12,115
7,831
12,125
35,396
1,128
18,111

16, 508 1,215,702 4, 543,382 23, 012

86,706

32,110
329, 614
2,969
42,837
15, 208

377,344 5, 530,098 7,365, 741 140,861
7,357 580, 784 1, 220, 507 9,657
22,159 1,433, 970 2, 255,875 44, 570
62,995
842
62,820
285
200,483 467,171 9,373
1,206
2,050 118, 480 120, 734 1,508

114, 043
102,832
162, 596
2,406
20,820
4,294

21,013 198, 639 1, 772, 935

410,401 7, 926, 635 11,493,023 206,811

1,045
398
285
221
1,164
1, 278
637
398
1,440
1,801

,
., 583 1. 350,197

17, 741
9,246
4,584
2,862
6,938
6,250
13, 6.53
2,023
5, 906
42,148

24, 598
5,984
16,592
6,100
24, 709
12,701
6,798
3, 028
36, 298
79, 918

3,085
1,145
3,128
362
780
1,313
565
465
2,175
6,755

144, 041
96,017
97,071
39,558
105,906
92,859
76,182
55,901
151, 669
470,367

221, 676 3,440
117,310
641
67,913 4,627
35,921 2,906
115,529 4,815
78, 969 5,109
74,102 4, 557
57, 651
632
122,493 17, 579
194, 206 21, 759

65

1,771

2, 282

21, 635
530

"300
22,165

21, 782

870 426, 405
825
9, 501
7, 060 12, 231

146,292
27,911
115,467
1,666
1,980
1,036

2, 582

3,894
38

406, 991 17, 469 443,355
19, 277
15,092
18, 622
11,202
10, 466
2,609
10, 500
10,826
31,848
21, 716

724
43
722
8, 115
2, 277
9,901

67
200
291
24
869
845

178
268
282
347
24
728
328

294,952
10, 722
1,092
2,924
404
1,373
826
1,769
3, 260
5,576
5,717

00
O

14,291
Arkansas
34,607
Kentucky
36,610
Tennessee
Total Southern States.. 423,490
Ohio
.
160,887
57, 089
Indiana
244, 588
Illinois.
105, 568
Michigan
67, 436
Wisconsin
55, 946
Minnesota
44, 678
Iowa
100, S05
Missouri
_
_
Total Middle Western
States
. . . . .„ 836,997
North Dakota
7,478
8,697
South Dakota
25, 603
Nebraska
35, 366
Kansas
.
9,330
Montana
_ ....
_
3,830
Wyoming
16, 420
Colorado
.
2,815
New Mexico
31, 039
Oklahoma.
Total Western States.. 140,578
Washington
34, 749
18, 394
Oregon
206,116
California
5,147
Idaho
9,229
Utah ...
2,940
Nevada
4,260
Arizona.
Tota 1 Pacific States_. _ _ 280,835

8,925
10,896
22,855

353
5,958
954

402

724
32,456
5,232

1,771

194,834

9,494

2,624

72,075

26
5,426

113, 219
17, 710
120,827
47, 703
20, 557
10, 611
23,872
18,331

17
144
372
9,012
41
73'
150
32

2,024
8
42, 605
2,011
2,147
70
332

65,357
139,381
15,924
36,028
1, 286
2,062
3,965
22, 985

372,830

9,841

49,197

2865 988

2,644
5,83C
8,600
10, 236
3,099
3, 289
5,192
1,813
8,151

144
130
13
30
5
2
197
26
166

(]

75
119
2,351
4,494
.17
10
13S
10
984

713

6

S, 20-1

144
86
9, 959

2, 287
(>50
30, 530
9
1C3 022
16
83

251
1,485
2,685

265, 537

27, 725 1, 652,869 1,405, 575

70,486

100,953
26, 591
265,125
46, 743
37,789
59,040
22,149
80, 940

666,136 1,031, 596
3,755
265, 520
259,542
3,052
843, 206
23,460 1,091,038
481, 284
796,197
7,047
255, 474
423, 042
4,226
271,141
436, 789
5,101
190,294
258,702
1,305
523,336
329,260
8,896

18,322
2,040
30,143
8,071
5,782
3,173
1,805
11,984

639,330
. =
1,599
2,883
25,102
20,762
4,752
1,898
15,435
658
20,995

56,842 3, 744, 223 4, 378,334

81,320

5,452

2,938
1,879
6,395
9,010
2,155
1,519
4,508
1,356
6,325

3,302

36,085

94,084

1,693
602
20,828
2,233
1,032
72
11

405
459
2,798
73
337
103
165

12, 264
9,671
51,039
1,453
2,664
1,242
1,022

57,821

26,471

4,340

453
7,125
1, 573
5,466

335
2,192
383
439

109
1,296
395
4,112

237
93
1,107

14, 617

3,349

5,912

1,437

3,317,864 4, 058, 070 716, 598

445, 969

2,981
5,813
2,594

436
3,604
1,599

256,824

74,607

122,883
36,286
173,638
79,375
36,443
31, 698
21,711
50, 777

31,716
12,629
29,119
14,848
16,277
7,838
6,247
19,141

76
699
590

18,660
21,429

26, 591

10, 032 140, 365

13,097
345
30,589
15,033
5,762
4,699
2,734
6,174

1,641
583
18, 782
2,511
1,656
2,762
1,141
753

36,441
22,299
22, 946
19, 330
15,975
14, 264
9,484
7,858

552, 811 137, 815

78,433

29,829 148, 597

3,630
4,068
10,342
17, 627
5,048
2,929
11, 592
1,439
8,855

671
1,640
3,299
5,953
2,137
954
4,714
244
3.. 762

382
383
1,944
647
1,108
206
435
134
725

257
201
380
324
603
42
918
46
531

65, 530

23, 374

5,964

13,868
8,139
141, 619
2,111
4,959
1,130
3,252

5,027
2,839
46, 648
504
1,765
442
596

175,078

30,105




3,123
10,884
15, 007

890
12,122
4,862
12,231

Alaska
The Territory of Hawaii.
Puerto Rico
Philippines
Total possessions.,....
Total United States
and possessions.

8,722

43,071
143,757
132,977

6,710
28,592
24,103

653
4,909
2,390

55,476
136,353
131,469

663
771
1,951
2,034
660
369
2,266
207
4,296

25, 614
35,873
119,119
173,374
45,096
21,075
109,117
18, 052
175,343

42, 507
40, 571
90, 249
87, 618
50,122
20,073
98,389
9,986
94, 623

145
2,028
1,867
2,011
114
93
1,233
132
1,114

13, 217

722, 663

534,138

8,737

48,860

26,798
14,672
160,025
2,196
9,564
1,559
847

1,936
1,139
33,997
591
522
386
483

125, 729
183,335
78, 570
98, 695
755,821 1,912, 581
29,169
24,260
32,963
47,839
11,643
17,351
20, 003
22, 712

7,124
1,020
23, 590
114
122
125
345

9
18

11, 624
6,183
102,147
1,586
3,018
3,561
1,372

6
7, 921
43
22
101
396

79,355

215,661

39, 054 1,053,898 2,306,773

32,440

27

129,491

8,489

112
3,150

93
1,447
10,226
10,848

37
492
860
730

4,111
37,957
15,484
32,037

5,683
43, 609
17, 290
46, 582

407
1,091
21

135
2,325
6,426
182

25

9
19
304

22,614

2,119

89, 589

113,164

1,519

332

9,068

25

3,262

77,271 652,168 3, 212,110

565,866 16, 405, 579 24, 774,389 424,325

....

8,000 1, 248, 780

528
14
10, 731

49, 597

1

5,401
21,468

232

27, 621

48, 613 528,310

761,219

oo

and liabilities of all reporting banks in the United States, Alaska, and insular possessions, June, 1932 (includes national, State {commercial) banks, loan and trust companies, savings and private banks)—Continued

00

to

[In thousands of dollars]
Loans and discounts

Location

Real estate loans,
mortgages, deeds
of trust, and other Loans on
liens on real estate securities Loans to
(exclusive banks
of loans
On farm On other to banks)
land
real estate

Investments
Commercial paper
bought in
open market, and
bills, acceptances,
etc.,
payable

All other
loans i

United
States
Government
securities

State,
county,
and municipal
bonds

Railroad
Stock of
Foreign
Other
and other Federal re- government bonds,
serve banks bonds and notes,
public
and other other for- warrants,
service
corporation corporaeign seetc.
tions
bonds
curities

8
n
W
O

Maine......-..-..-._--..„...-_...
New Hampshire
-__.
Vermont
..
_„_.
Massachusetts
_
Rhode Island......
_
Connecticut
Total New England States.

1,833
728
1,545
951
223
540

74,472
82,402
80,587
1,426,101
143,053
496,802

22,393
22,013
18,941
265,673
50,076
128, 296

262
115
33
26,790
394
839

5,820

2,303,417

507, 392

181
597
36
44, 217
14,643
2,119

108,769
24,619
31,823
494,700
44,893
131,878

28, 433

61,793

836,682

New York
_....
New Jersey
......
Pennsylvania
.
„__-._._.
Delaware
___.. — .
Maryland
___._-.
District of Columbia

34,455 4,000,972 2,178,498 262,685
18, 586
441, 650
238, 569 10. 723
17, 382 2 586,131
861,413 41,059
27,318
35,802
30
3,090
111,995
116, 713
5,910
12, 853
28,291
703
176
53,270

426,542
8,855
6,965
15
72, 250
3,669

1,926,411
451,921
870, 793
20,646
52,639
54,396

Total Eastern States....--.

86, 542 5,196,357 3,484,265 321,110

518,296

3,376,806

1,856
187

249,086
141, 493
136, 354
46, 971
112,862
26.135
85.136
67,018
179,970
314, 208
49,958

Virginia
_._
West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina
..
Georgia
Florida...
_
Alabama......
__
Mississippi.
—._—........
Louisiana. . . . . „ > .
Texas..---...—.
—....
Arkansas
—




6,653
1,177
1,538
1,228
3,325
1,020
9,082
3,990
3,908
28, 294
2,476

14, 773
11, 264
2,835
1,258
27,045
14,613
11, 703
4,580
49,610
31,463
15, 417

52,192
23,611
5,729
6,111
28,626
13,849
21,011
3,709
11,122
91,894
3,455

3,742
1,303
260
476
1,818
1,778
2,413
570
1,008
6,553
738

279
120
1,168
1,054
10
300
3,463
85

27,611
24,340
10,584
227, 357
75, 263
70, 578

12,969
8,046
4,418
334,991
7,788
29,698

66,139
80,289
41,367
627,403
96,815
192,283

435, 733

397,910

1,104, 296

187,707

123,671

237,104

! 655,530 1,068,259
,
127,639
179, 331
214, 522
696,451
6,947
16,927
29, 225
87,009
5, 792
57,088

1, 516,164
294, 302
710,844
27, 278
165,721
18,015

254,927
62,861
20,315
160
29,147
4,433

200,258
32, 260
60,467
848
12,142
2,636

294,994
98, 753
504,071
15,824
58, 236
12,653

1,452, 384

2,732,324

371,843

308, 611

984,531

10, 948
3,797
20,949
4,743
5,994
23,427
11, 561
7,052
8,926
45,126
5,220

9,077
5,872
393
1,111
7,465
5,815
5,769
1,016
1,994
10,290
1,674

3,636
9,755
644
782
1,914
2,128
2,262
403
1,195
8, 366
392

1,999
2,039
98
340
1,356
1,508
2,508
602
405
3, 395
580

46, 322
21,125
11,418
19,470
15,977
10,475
9,208
25,189
60, 729
49,647
12,998

3,692, 336
36,410
21, 513
23, 323
6,803
40,455
75,419
25,108
7,544
18,155
137,328
12,858

5, 785
20,758
5,225
63, 730
42,695
49,514

14,891
7,319
10, 962
24, 398
5,767
60, 334

63,924
16,258
8,475
126,943
10,248
11, 256

C

S

I

Kentucky
Tennessee

__„

6,092
3,867

Total Southern States
Ohio
Indiana
.
Illinois
Michigan
Wisconsin..
Minnesota
Iowa__
Missouri

. _

_ __ _

Total Middle Western States-.
North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma..

1,873
3,340

1,029
180

215, 556
175, 498

41, 367
22, 045

1,907
13, 868

9,988
2,821

815
2,258

1,722
2,256

41,758
24,762

198,754

329, 334

25, 872

9,731

1,800,245

468, 328

163, 518

63, 285

34, 550

18, 808

349,078

14,730
9,059
78,978
4,378
49,351
11,041
10,297
2,660

483,656
22,972
87,401
422,193
54,183
11, 783
6,000
10,685

134,637
31,370
656,695
191, 967
118,878
62,686
15,633
63,247

6,343
5,622
34, 073
6,252
11,048
12,197
4,693
8,464

62
1,010
8,268
734
3,205
3,963
1,198
7,579

675,981
276,979
544,089
343,034
239, 716
296,885
277,654
416,795

195, 751
76,375
343,256
128,190
70,660
106,972
39,399
66, 274

121,495
6,745
107, 794
36, 575
27,320
40,823
14,961
26,813

31,210
21,635
36,279
28,296
77,814
32,042
15, 770
17, 944

9,199
3,160
12,608
6,741
4,772
2,145
2,160
66,394

11,845
5,083
8,941
10,890
17,299
9,920
4,261
3,600

208,375
70, 533
269,166
197, 219
54,559
134, 751
78,185
217,717

180,494

1,098,873

1, 275,113

88,692

26,019

3, 071,133

1,026,877

382, 526

260, 990

107,179

71, 839

1,230,505

225
223
733
1,349
1,155
191
1,335
116
2,917

2,476
1,477
5,825
1,290
3,824
410
2,727
55
2,924

6,606
6,954
14,437
35,929
8,418
3,648
20, 201
3,874
47,019

~_

_. . - .

- ..„._.
-..._..--_
....„

Total Pacific States

.
._

.
____
_.

_.

Total possessions,. _ . .
Total United States and possessions

3,832
2,023
9,939
6,027
1,057
2,205
3,814
1,130
4,733

4,474
5, 252
3,052
22,624
4,469
1,703
7,129
1,920
7,851

2,397
2,760
12,811
10,831
3,773
3,309
36,615
1,343
27,396

247
574
6,239
3,347
118
694
2,893
176
2,262

105
236
1,507
621
195
16
688
172
91

34,865
40,046
112, 290
134, 748
36,819
22, 554
50,194
11,613
99, 524

7,187
11,159
32,854
37,118
15,418
5,913
55,028
5,560
35,616

4,910
11, 946
10,364
20,807
9,265
2,869
13, 032
2,551
37,095

3,555
2,623
10,482
1,606
11,801
1,232
10,340
592
1,905

58,474

101,235

16, 550

3,631

542,653

205, 853

112, 839

44,136

8,244

21,008

147,080

3,163
6,628
95, 999
1,236
4,566
2,658
1,928

5,761
11,180
477, 388
2,823
28,593
5,013
6,495

23,396
11,354
229, 368
5,063
9,929
2,165
4,448

965
832
5,406
118
761
71
2

978
337
11,063
92
119
10
36

148,467
49,158
1, 010, 262
19,459
24, 395
14, 265
7,674

65,633
45,803
469, 911
8,734
13, 204
3,335
10,611

16, 228
26,022
212,184
5,606
8,928
2,978
5,100

13, 287
14,046
30,052
2,057
5,332
544
1,672

1,263
704
15,644
267
4,796
162
520

3,149
8,353
18,819
2,119
936
143
395

5b, 650
10, 239
326,171
6, 067
4,474
1,145
2, 041

116,178

-

Alaska
The Territory of Hawaii
Puerto Rico
Philippines

24,447
43, 578

34, 760

.

Total Western States
Washington
Oregon
California
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
Arizona

7,513
6,680

72,650

_

537,253

285, 723

8,155

12, 635

1, 273,680

617, 231

277,046

60, 990

23, 356

33,914

406, 387

26
24,163
1,032
2,774

317

137
5, 729
5,566

1,199
22,8.11
3,175
13,455

917
34

1, 837
4,621
66
2,701

514
6,322
770
7,921

1,100
2,140
798

32
987
34
1,334

212
2, 612

1,875
4,413

3,040
14, 017
28, 314
46,896

105

1, 204
11,488
85'?
5, 5GS

11, 432

40,640

27,995

951

6,605

92, 267

9,225

15, 527

4,038

2,387

2, 929

19,112

507, 876

9, 433, 768

6,011, 057

489, 763

638, 710

10, 993, 466

6, 455, 583

2, 801, 750

4, 276, 059

735, 266

580, 780

3, 373, 803

1 Includes $6,065,772,000 reported for banks other than national, a part of which should probably be classified elsewhere in the schedule.
2 Includes $332,014,000 mortgages and judgments of record reported for banks other than national. The amounts of such in previous years were reported with investments.




Assets and liabilities of all reporting banks in the United Statesf Alaska, and insular possessions, June, 19S2 (includes national, State (commercial) banks, loan and trust companies, savings and private banks)—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
Time deposits

Demand deposits

Cashi

-g

Other time deposits
Location

Gold
coin

Individual
Gold All other
deposits
certifi- cash in Not, clas- subject to
sified
vault
cates
check

State,
State,
county,
Certifi- Other county.J Deposits
and muni- cates of demand and mu- of other Evidenced
banks by savings
cipal
deposit deposits nicipal
deposits
deposits
passbooks

Certificates of
deposit

Time de- Postal
posits, o:
accounts,
Christmas
savings, etc.

o
Maine--.
New Hampshire..
Vermont
Massachusetts. __
Rhode Island
Connecticut......
Total New England States

105
130
121
1,241
699
962

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




1,291
18, 242

23,331

0,561
283
139
68
34
241
160
370
155
217
956
150

3, 258

42, 544

16,904
3,841
1, 75fi
12
198
5,321

1,825

New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania-...
Delaware
...Maryland
District of Columbia.

3,79

1,686
2, 227
937
12, 971
7,189
17,534

110, 204
32,617
61,082
1, 945
% 593
3,188

28, 032

218, 629

294
167
49
52
98
402
109
37
120
439
75

5, 213
2,514
1,476
2, 253
5,990
3,990
5,072
3,539
5,827
20, 044
3,527

50, 359
24,623
17,144
767,481
82,689
185,036

1, 982
2, 883
333
24, 535
6,148
16,137

570,450

127,881
88, 703
67, 264
35, 297
97,817
68,432
65,011
37,807
138,421
393,133
37,000

7,341
6,116
18,431
4,156
5,609
22, 787
8,629
17,460
4,107
64, 250
15, 653

954
8
11,731

25
6,629

572
160
106
330
1,588
1,346

""""267

297, 754
218, 777
180, 666
2, 474, 717
336,134
840, 047

51
""" 699

2, 778
1, 455
684
68,808
18, 677
14, 233

567
1,871

384
1,349
180
34, 952
4,230
7,436

24, 622
1,266
6,543

17,003

79,105
95
1,906
30
2,258
157
2,119
349
1,335
7,456
2,149

19, 349

4,102

1,017

4, 348,095

106,635

48, 531

17,922
10,153
11, 723
66
13,127
500

11,601
1,273
644

6,544, 291
1,147, 942
1, 949, 674
60, 786
431,819
104,642

79, 357
18, 667
197, 222
1, 585
10,152
5,330

638,833
19,939
51,802
207
10,064
8,644

73, 737
22, 533
44,810
351
1,476
1,532

95, 939

53, 491

14,137 10, 239,154

312,313

729,489

144,439

120
1,103
9,470
75
222
1,483
423
285
7,806
5, 528
674

3, 631
54
1,033
649
489
1,948
1,816

52
30
4
795
855
75
90
25

958
8,964
133

262
3

48,151
30,555
26,660
6,943
28,489
5,881
9,522
25, 646
29,306
33,363
13,860

1,682
3,183
116
349
4,887
978
2,169
200
81
6,332
839

2,800
6, 585
8,026
8,750
8,749
28,529
5,832
1,871
2,051
18,903
5,633

o
O

35,002

60, 535
8,640
8,108
1,068
11,103
6, 485

348,967
103,019
77, 202
16,052
25,194
16

7,181,141

2,752

52,018

1,337, 397
45, 635
163, 772
111,341

3,484
3,695
8,954
1,913

1,127, 332
5,069,092
453,904

1,367
1, 279
808
6, 463
2,594
4,492

533

165, 360
76, 903
32, 074
18,435
72,060
41,558
54,673
29, 909
90, 097
126,382
22, 603

o

150
192

Ohio
.
Indiana _ .
Illinois
Michigan
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Iowa
Missouri

.

Total
Middle
States.
North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma.

__.

_ ..

130, 095
119,082

5,384
11, 297

214
1,061

660
29

1,415
4,974

884
1,378

71,606
68, 074

64, 289
51,156

1,247
2,899

4,316
4,496

3,115

2,242

66,466

28, 675

1,405,943

191,220

27,828

27,878

26, 064

4,453

869, 734

373,821

24, 962

106,541

365
580
1,822
320
198
215
183
151

770
1,120
2,349
942
1,397
409
741
263

12, 334
9,889
77,018
10,030
16,713
6,597
4,053
4,559

34,500
12,186

9,085
9,148
11, 309

518,378
217,401
995,119
334,303
178,971
207,454
165, 374
495,390

114,987
35,236
76,832
46,988
68,464
52,388
15,808
17,961

11,481
459
15,902
45, 273
5,466
3,189
5,724
9,869

21, 290
12,424
3,185
54,720
2,573
8,110
3,390
116

13, 751
557
4,899
3,027
12,327
2,285
666
5,864

104
1,658
2,746
27
2,693
8,015
668
4,217

823, 636
160, 259
563,195
645,162
218, 995
249, 404
116,459
167,472

137, 525
87, 297
197, 692
103, 602
176,963
154, 777
116,149
24,454

16, 727
2,328
20, 986
8,201
4,897
5,210
1,196
107,471

39,853
7,443
53, 688
36,178
7,167
17, 098
23, 564
19,782

7,991

141,193

88,058

3,112,390

36
45
139
240
140
150
918
103
255

1,947
1 111
6,131
6,695
3,777
1,694
6,861
950
3,687

2,026

138
236
502
40
89
47
79
1,131

11,830

Western

Total Western States
Washington . . .
Oregon
California
_.
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
Arizona

4,655
3,222

2,914

._

3,081
3,940

79
40
329
521
172
104
1,461
61
147

Total Southern S t a t e s . — .

255
145

3,834

Kentucky
Tennessee

„ „ ... _
. . .

.__._.

Total Pacific States..

428, 662

97, 363

105, 808

43, 37o

20,128

2, 944, 582

998,459

167,016

204, 773

6,161
12 360
20,893
41,398
12, 540
7,243
10,889
5,564
36,090

826
850
6 360
5,224
1,810
802
2,335
1 101
1,040

47
660
170
4,660
96
83
1,720
75
484

2,703
1 210
754
320
17
166
538
185
6,351

186

1,274

18, 580
22 003
91, 696
122,092
30,650
12,947
94,173
11,312
137,729

19

11, 670
10,007
25,417
21, 592
23, 343
9,325
75, 260
4,148
32,920

22, 210
20,899
53, 283
54,099
17,006
8,022
13, 031
3,133
25, 507

905
180
2, 794
2,186
143
135
1, 014
198
16,436

4,833
8,275
8,001
9,421
9,613
2,425
8,490
2, 322
13, 390

32,853

2,338

541,182

153,138

20, 348

7,995

12, 244

231

213, 682

217,190

24, 021

66., 770

64
348
1,044
4
95
21
150

4,786
2,900
24,167
730
1,177
1,168
3,807

2,566
1,997
16,914
1,318

96,360
62,356
682,496
16,851
24,600
7,246
15,823

26,001
13,365
58, 232
11, 078
7,155
4,260
4,058

1,419
1, 784
3,403
1,148
34
134
100

1,949
1,085
13, 690
92
1,174
3
22

81
1,493
203,880
45
181
125
2,751

2,869

140, 045
72,973
1, 584,802
12, 581
38,983
14,888
15, 038

18,146
12,384
46,151
7,523
6 084
872
1,365

583
993
20, 788
47
307
47

21,611
10,852
47,381
4,064
2,284
766
3,511

1,726

38, 735

22, 795

905, 732

122,149

8,002

18,015

208, 556

13,148

1, 879,310

92, 525

22, 765

90,469

27

3 501
21,046
9,049
20,023

569
6,849
3,582
9,659

28
590
540
524

13
9, 472
2,313
1,831

16
1,654
4, 749
9,245

83

4 114
32,261
11, 574
22,833

754
8,776
647
7,029

786
107
3,409

799
132
130
4,066

83

70, 782

17, 206

4,302

5,127

53,197 20, 565,339

2,118,149

1, 021,086

653,121

1,064

Alaska
The Territory of Hawaii
Puerto Rico
. .„...,_,.
Philippines... „ . . . - . „ . . . . . . . - , . .

138
85
84
238

132
293
201

734
4,109
2,263
10,051

Total possessions.___-_.__.. _

545

626

17,157

27

53,619

20, 659

1,682

13,629

15,664

22, 925

45, 901

557, 577

165, 224

14,327,339

1, 538, 296

251,331

288, 613

363, 497

Total United States and
possessions..
..„.

i All cash in national banks included in first 3 columns.




26

9,579
700

OO

86

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

The resources and liabilities of all reporting banks June 30, 1928 to
1932, are shown in the following statement:
Resources and liabilities of all reporting banks on or about June 30, 1928-1982
[In thousands of dollars]
1928 (26,213 1929 (25,330 1930 (24,079 1931 (22,071 1932(19,163
banks)
banks)
banks)
banks)
banks)
RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts).
Overdrafts
Investments.
_
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Real estate owned other than banking
house
.
-...
Cash in vault
Reserve with Federal reserve banks or
other reserve agents
Due from banks
Exchanges for clearing house and other
cash items
_
Other resources._
TotaL.

39,542, 067
60,407
18,771,814
1,663,696

41,376,269
56,857
17,348,738
1,754,454

40,460,670
49,438
17,944,728
1,810,357

35,164,850
45, 650
20,060,153
1,808,254

28,074,64C
15,212
18,223,241
1S681,68£

403,967
887,845

390,816
819,928

425,151
865,970

446,488
884,327

526,75C
791,627

3,105,840
3,616, 408

3,192,200
3,567,525

3,433,102
3,994,325

3,402,189
4,133,720

2,674,941
2,920,092

1,753,098
1,779,186
71,574,328

1,691,772
1,973,946
72,172,505

2,884,635
2,151,748
74,020,124

1,946,709
2, 316,809
70,209,149

981,057
1,355,581
57,245,131

Capital stock paid in
_
3,525, 522
3,796,978
Surplus
— 4,145,529 4,611,698
Undivided profits—net
1,226,361
1,097,386
Reserves for dividends, contingencies, etc.
161,483
0)
Reserves for interest, taxes, and other ex2 83,753
142,776
penses accrued and unpaid...
National-bank circulation
_.
649,095
649,452
Due to banks..
4,081,028
3,629,197
Certified and cashiers' checks and cash
letters of credit and travelers' checks outstanding
._
2 882,519
837,430
Demand deposits...
_. 24,306,651 24,350,164
Time deposits (including postal savings). _ 28,538,109 28,787,617
United States deposits 4
...
_.
222,816
286,112
399,938
20,121
Deposits not classified
*68,481,061 67,910,641
Total deposits
1, 566,146
1,630, 703
Bills payable and rediscounts
5 7, 217
55,523
Agreements to repurchase securities sold.. _
«411,763
449,917
Acceptances executed for customers
6
1,527,881
1,665,948
Other liabilities..
71,574,328 72,172, 505
Total

3,889,419
4,968,999
1,154,804
268,276

3,669,998
4,792,851
1,010,128
358,102

3,317,864
4,058,070
716, 598
445,969

122,737
652, 339
4,337,120

97,839
639,304
4,828,741

77,271
652,168
3,212,110

1,615, 277
24,098,516
29,465,361
213, 722
117,199
69,847,195
665,817
47,678
585,969
1,816,891
74,020,124

1,083,003
21,326,210
29,159,361
448,189
19, 240
66f 864,744
457,620
312,335
938,407
1,067,821
70,209,149

565,866
16,405, 579
24,774,389
424,325
8,000
45, S90, £69
1,248,780
48,613
528,310
761,219
57,245,131

LIABILITIES

* Included in undivided profits.
2
§ For national banks only;figuresfor banks other than national included in undivided profits.
Revised to include cash letters of credit sold by national banks and outstanding.
* For banks other than national.
6 For national banks only;figuresfor banks other than national included in "Other liabilities".
6
Includes cash letters of credit sold by banks other than national and outstanding.

Principal items of resources and liabilities of all reporting banks in continental
United States as compared with similar data for member banks of the Federal
reserve system, on or about June 30, 1932
Member banks

Items

Loans 3
Investments.
Cash..
Capital
Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits (demand and time)

Aggregate resources

!
All
\ reporting
Per cent
| banks: *
6,980
i 19,103
to all
{ banks (000 banks (000 reporting
omitted)
j omitted)
banks l

$27,906,414
18,170,023
773,272
3, 287,759
4, 756, 702
40, 977,215
56,920,166

$16, 587,185
11,413,618 !
478,224
2,440,467
2,876,935
23,839, 753
35,911,061

1
Exclusive of banks in Alaska and insular possessions.
?s Included in all reporting banks in column I.
 overdrafts.
Including


59.44
62.82
61.84
74.23
60.48
68.38
63.09

Per cent Mutual
to all
Private
savings
reporting banks: 2 banks:2
banks,1 594 banks 227 banks
(000
except
(000
mutual omitted) omitted)
s&\ ings
and
private
76. 31
81.74
66.78
74.35
77.58
77.16
78. 53

$6,140,558
4,194, 572
55,994
1,043, 248
10,038,774
11,134,142

$28,494
12,50$
1,18*
5,52t
4,87^
40,43c
554

EEPOBT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

87

Per capita demand and lime and savings deposits in all reporting banks
Statement showing the population^ amount of demand and time
deposits, per capita demand and time deposits, amount of savings
deposits, and per capita savings deposits reported by all banks in
each State, the District of Columbia, Alaska, and insular possessions
follows:
Per capita demand and time and savings deposits in all reporting banks June SO, 1982

Location

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

..

Indiana
Illinois
Michigan...
Wisconsin..
Minnesota..
Iowa
Missouri...

Total Middle Western States
North Dakota.
South Dakota.
Nebraska.
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico.._
OklahomaTotal Western States..
1

Per capcapita de- Savings de- Per savita
mand
posits 2 (000 ings deand time omitted)
posits
deposits

Population
(approximate)

Demand
and time
deposits i
(000 omitted)

801,000
468, 000
360,000
4, 297, 000
698,000
1,634,000

$355, 765
253, 402
200,062
3,414, 338
453, 351
1,082,166

$444.15
541. 46
555. 73
794. 59
649. 50
662. 28

$300, 532
220, 232
181, 350
2, 543, 625
354,811
854, 280

5, 759,084

$375. 20
470.58
503.75
591.93
508. 33
522.82

697. 39

4,454, 730

639. 44

12,852,000
4,148, 000
9, 741, 000
240,000
1, 653,000
493,000

12,895,839 1,003.41
1,801, 291
434. 26
3, 689,845
378. 80
125,815
624. 23
667,654
403. 90
239,214
485. 22

6, 623,648
1,166,609
2,146, 896
62, 371
441, 971
109,972

615. 38
281.25
220. 40
259. 88
267. 38
223. 07

29,127,000

19,419, 658

8, 258, 000

10,651,467

2, 435, 000
1,761.000
3,244; 000
1,745,000
2, 910, 000
1,528,000
2,682,000
2,036,000
2,138,000
5, 964,000
1,867,000
2, 638,000
2, 650,000

365, 717
213, 327
164,984
75, 479
221,435
171,828
150,284
113, 552
274,162
664, 573
98,547
280,110
264,446

33, 598,000

3, 058,444

91.03

6, 753,000
3, 275,000
7, 768,000
4,983,000
2,976,000
2, 585, 000
2, 479, 000
3,656, 000

1, 697, 732
525,062
1,934,244
1, 277, 481
678, 516
707, 930
448, 996
852, 596

251. 40
160. 32
249. 00
256. 37
228.00
273. 86

150.19
121.14
50.86
43.25
76.09
112. 45
56.03
55.77
128.23
111.43
52.78
106.18
99.79

181.12
233.20

362. 26

213, 511
107,458
58, 734
25, 378
100,549
47,439
64,195
55, 555
119,403
159, 745
36, 463
135,895
119,230

87.68
61.02
18.11
14.54
34.55
31.05
23.94
27.29
55.85
26.78
19.53
61.51
44.99

1,243, 555

37.01

961,161

142. 33
75.59
97.95
150.26
133. 05
156.36
93.83
62.50

247, 556
760,887
748,764
39d, 958
404,181
232, 608
191,926

8,122, 557

235. 61

685, 000
700,000
1, 388, 000
1,894, 000
a 537,606
229,000
1,047, 000
431,000
2, 440,000

68,121
76,444
209, 368
260, 992
95, 218
41,148
207, 506
28,038
269,966

99.45
109. 21
150. 84
137. 80
177.11
179. 69
198.19
65.05
110. 64

33,880
30,906
78,700
75,691
40, 349
17, 347
88,291
7,281
68,427

49.46
44.15
56.70
39.96
75.05
75.75
84.33
16.89
23.95

9, 351,606

1, 256,801

134. 39

430,872

46.07

34,475,000

3,943,041

114. 37

Includes postal savings, Christmas sayings, and other savings reported in column 4.
2
(Does not include
Represents deposits evidenced by savings pass
postal-savings or Christmas-savings accounts.) books and time certificates of deposit.
* Population Apr. 1, 1930.

147796°—33—



REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

Location

Washington.
Oregon
California.—
Idaho.
-.
Utah
_
Nevada
ArizonaTotal Pacific States.
Alaska
The Territory of Hawaii
Puerto Rico.
Philippines
Total possessions
Total United States and possessions




Population
(approximate)

Per capDemand
ita deand time
mand
deposits
and time
(000 omitted) deposits

Savings deposits (000
omitted)

Per capita savings deposits

309,064
177, 265
2, 668, 402
53,429
80, 802
28,994
42, 715

194. 62
182.00
448. 70
119. 53
156. 90
311. 76
95. 35

158,191
85, 357
1, 630,953
20,104
45, 067
15, 760
16, 403

99.62
87.64
274. 25
44.98
87.51
169. 46
36.61

10, 012, 000

3, 360, 671

335. 66

1,971, 835

196.95

60,200
393,000
1,597,500
12,589,400

9,794
81, 566
32, 774
78, 619

162.69
207. 55
20. 52
6.24

4,868
41, 037
12,221
29, 862

104. 42
7.65
2.37

14,640,100

202, 753

13.85

87,988

6.01

41,179, 958

295. 28

1, 588,000
974,000
5, 947, 000
447,000
515, 000
93,000
448, 000

139. 461, 706

22, 683, 488

162. 65

Savings deposits and depositors in all reporting banks in the United States and possessions, according to class of banks, on or about June 30, 1932
[Deposits in thousands of dollars]
National banks

Total all reporting banks
Location

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

New York
_._.._,
New Jersey-____.___.
Pennsylvania.
Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia..
Total Eastern StatesVirginia
__
West Virginia. _
North Carolina,
South Carolina.
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas..
Kentucky
_.
Tennessee
Total Southern States..




Depositors a

Deposits
evidenced Time cer- Total savby savings tificates of ings deposits i
pass books deposit

3, S94, 673 5, 766, 328

754, 567
380, 440
915, 794
8,721
81, 835
56, 860

1.835, 234
904, 691
1.836, 408
10, 549
120, 618
111, 487

5, 865, 551
774, 654
1,158, 691
52, 690
352,963
50, 767

3, 530 5,869, 081 7, 616, 620
11, 515
786, 169 ], 724, 749
72,411 1, 231, 102 2,167, 972
960
110, 997
53, 650
7,173
814,172
360,136
2,345
53,112
211, 355

214, 379

i, 217

4, 818, 987

8, 255, 316

97,934

116,101
11,851
36, 525
45, 320

27, 226
11,114
9,077
2,416
9,435
1,712
5,442
6,922
4,882
19, 782
6,463
21,888
26, 907

124, 326
49, 035
18, 721
12, 845
61, 593
31,179
43, 764
20, 586
" 17,904
135,883
18, 314
58, 413
72, 227

268, 080
123,125
52,429
41, 638
247, 324
131, 520
115,660
33,087
31,947
270,331
28, 967
90, 989
179, 533

68, 260
38, 982
22, 430
8,006
19, 902
12, 091
18, 351
16, 245
77,075
10, 281
10, 752
35,081
22, 754

511,524

153, 266

i4, 790

1, 614,630

20, 925
19, 441
17, 583
4,527
19,054
4,169
4,080
18, 724
24,424
13, 581
7,397
42,401
24, 249
220, 555

161,984
65,620
92, 914

58, 207
35, 029
53, 531

487,185

72, 872

560,057

6, 544, 291
1,147,942
1, 949, 674
60, 786
431,819
104, 642

79, 357 6, 623, 648 9, 451, 854
18, 667 1,166, 609 2, 629, 440
197, 222 2,146,896 4, 004, 380
1, 585
121, 546
62, 371
10,152
934, 790
441.971
322,842
109.972
5,330

678, 740
373, 288
790, 983
8,096
78,856
53,875

75, 827
7,152
124,811
625
2,979

10, 239,154

312, 313 10, 551,467 17,464,852

1,983, 838
97,100
37,921
9,644
10, 429
52,158
29,467
38,322
13, 664
13,022

1, 243,555

137,525
823, 636
961,161 2, 325,414
160,259
87, 297
247,556
509,658
563,195
197, 692
760,887 2, 289, 062
i Excludes postal savings and Christmas savings accounts, etc,

Depositors 2

33, 763

106, 635 4, 454, 730 6, 901, 622

373,821

posits i

3,860,910

4, 348,095

552, 341
275,108
207, 683
77,127
339, 911
178, 247
228,391
71,034
420, 451
330,068
67, 342
270, 059
255, 575
3, 273, 337

deposit

1,135, 294

1, 551
1,429
684
57,038
3, 231

213, 511
107,458
58, 734
25, 378
100, 549
47,439
64,195
55,555
119,403
159, 745
36,463
135,895
119, 230

pass books

11, 770
15, 446
5,294

79,048
21,121
37, 439
262, 281
12, 878
74, 418

48,151
30, 555
26, 660
6,943
28,489
5,881
9, 522
25,646
29,306
33,363
13,860
64,289
51,156

Deposits
Time cer» Total savevidenced
by savings tificates of ings de-

492,065
219,933
307, 428
197, 682
230, 522
143, 227
! 224, 206 3,143, 523
,
338, 702
382, 688
770, 923 1, 210,102

2,778
641,123
300,532
1, 455
363,857
220, 232
312, 483
684
181, 350
68, 808 2, 543, 525 3, 793, 714
354,811
396,023
18, 677
854,280 1, 394, 422
14, 233

165, 360
76, 903
32,074
18, 435
72, 060
41,558
54, 673
29,909
90,097
126, 382
22,603
71,606
68, 074
>9, 734

Depositors 3

218, 706
197, 656
143, 227
2, 212, 436
323, 256
765, 629

297, 754
218, 777
180, 666
5, 474, 717
336,134
840,047

Total New England States_

Ohio
Indiana..
Illinois. .

Deposits
evidenced Time cer- Total savby savings tificates of ings deposits i
pass books deposit

All banks other than national

149,058
56, 429
81,961
650,191
13, 335
184, 320

358, 210

1,227
26

79, 318
52, 268
144,161
3
Represents number of savings pass book accounts
220,191
100, 649
146,445

504,564
231, 863
446, 298

661, 652
94, 639
470, 281

o

n
o
o
H
O

8, 353, 250 12, 645, 865

578, 765

284, =
261
151,983
155, 254
35, 489
92, 587
46, 727
112, 731
37,947
388, 504
59, 737
38, 375
179, 070
76, 042
1, 658, 707

740, 970
146, 907
614, 442

1,820,850
277, 795
1,842, 764

89,185
58, 423
40,013
12, 533
38, 956
16, 260
20, 431
34, 969
101, 499
23, 862
18,149
77, 482
47, 003

o

d

2

00
CO

Savings deposits and depositors in all reporting banks in the United States and possessions, according to class of hanks, on or about June 80,
1982— Continued
Deposits in thousands of dollars]
Total all reporting banks
Location

Michigan..
Wisconsin..
Minnesota.
Iowa
Missouri
Total Middle Western States..
North Dakota. _
South Dakota...
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma

Total Western StatesWashington... _
_Oregon..California.--.__..-_
Idaho
.
Utah,.
.....
Nevada.Arizona
.
Total Pacific StatesAlaska..
The Territory of Hawaii. _
Puerto Rico...
__
Philippines
Total possessions

Deposits
evidenced Time cer- Total savby savings tificates of ings deposits
pass books deposit
645,162
218, 995
249,404
116, 459
167,472
2, 944, 582

103, 602
748, 764 2,035,614
176,963
395, 958 1, 240.382
856, 623
154, 777
404,181
522,494
116,149
232, 60S
770,062
24, 454
191, 920
18, 459 3, 943, 041 10, 549, 309

11,670
22, 210
10, 007
20,899
25,417
53, 283
21,592
54,099
23,343
17,006
8,022
9,325
13,031
75, 260
3,133
4,148
25,507
32,920
213,682 | 217,190

33,880
30,906
78, 700
75, 691
40,349
17,347
88, 291
7,281
58,427

55, 790
55, 336
180,805
202, 088
08, 245
34, 074
222 899
15,945
126,017

Deposits
evidenced Time cer- Total sav'
by savings tificates of ings deposits
pass books deposit
380, 510
109, 328
L33, 288
36, 978
66, 598
1, 047, 220
10,149
5,969
20,152
16,392
13, 581
5, 917
60,132
2,729
30,760

All banks other than national

Depositors

Deposits
evidenced Time cer- Total savby savings tificates of ings deposits
miss books deposit

49, 357 429,867 1, 038, 254
264, 652
57, 203 166, 531
463, 994
109, 667
66, 555 199, 843
484, 238
116,116
66,317
29, 339
165, 676
79, 4S1
91, 052
24, 454
256, 540
100,874
373, 675 , 420,895 3, 591,427 1,897,362
12, 999
9, 799
22,126
20,939
8,787
4,168
9,972
2,316
18, 545

23,148
15, 768
42,278
37,331
22,368
10,085
70,104 I
5,045
49,305

54, 245
119, 760
88, 222
86, 810

318, 897
229,427
204, 338
166, 291
100,874

O
Depositors

372, ?,&L>

356,818
513, 522

624, 784

2, 522,146

1,52]
4, 038
5,265
5,200
9,762
3,408
15,128
1,419
2,160

9,211
11,100
31,157
33,160
8,219
3,854
3,059
817
6,962

10, 732
15,138
36,422
38,360
17,981
7,262
18,187
2,236
9,122

9, 795
22, 586
50,484
107,027
30, 347
J3.937
GO, 250
4,440
14,750

430,872

961,199

165,781

109, 651

275,432

647,583

47, 901

107, 539

155,440

313,616

18,146
12,384
46,151
7,523
6,084
872
1,365

158,191
85,357
1, 630,953
20,104
45,067
15,760
16,403

404,973
248,221
2,945,795
56,948
149,499
22,113
43,476

58,719
58,226
854,545
6,495
7,170
6,638
3,283

9,216
7,878
46,151
2,956
3,176
167
312

67,935
66,104
900,696
9,451
10,346
6,805
3,595

193,455
185, 927
1, S38,682
22,985
25,607
9,084
13,465

81,326
14,747
730, 257
6,086
31,813
8,250
11,755

8,930
4,506
4,567
2,908
705
1,053

90, 256
19,253
730,257
10,653
34,721
8,955
12,808

211,518
62,294
1,107,113
33,963
123, 892
13, 029
30,011

1,879,310

92, 525

1,971,835

3,871,025

995, 076

69,856 1, 064,932

2, 289, 205

884, 234

22, 669

906,903

1,581,820

4,114
32,261
11, 574
22,833

754
8,776
647
7,029

4,868
41,037
12,221
29,862

7,221
159,377
50,056
109,295

1,404
10, 920

2,721
49,885

2,710
21,341
11, 574
22,833

509
6, 548
647
7,029

3,219
27,889
12, 221
29,862

4,500
309,492
50, 056
109, 295

17,206

87,988

325,949

12,324

14r 733

73,191

273,343

2,118,149 22,683,488 13,347,293

5,202,948

70,782

1,649
13,148

2,473

14,797

52,606

58,458

996,172 6,199,120

.4,149,732

15,362,391

o

6, 957, 882

45, 995
32, 750
130,321
95,061
37, 898
20,137
162, 649
11,505
111,267

245
2,228

o

997,360
770, 3S8

140,045
72,973
1, 584,802
12,581
38,983
14,888
15,038

Total United States and possessions. [20,565,339




Depositors

National banks

1,121,977 16,484,368 29,197,561

O

m

w
o

o

Savings deposits and depositors in all reporting banks in the United States and possessions, according to class of banks, on or about June SO,

1932—Continued
[Deposits in thousands of dollars]
State (commercial) banks
Location

Maine
. ...
New Hampshire..
__„.„__ .
Vermont
.. _
Massachusetts.
„.. .
Rhode Island.__
Connecticut
Total New England States...„_.
New York..___
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
_
_. .
District of Columbia
Total Eastern States. _ _ _
__
Virginia......
.._._.
West Virginia
North Carolina
..__„ . . . _ .
South Carolina..___„__„__..__..__
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
_
Mississippi
Louisiana..
.. .
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee
_
Total Southern States
Ohio
Indiana
Illinois

___—_„._-___.._

Deposits
Total
evidenced Time cer- savings
by savings tificates of deposits l
deposit
pass books

Depositors 2

Deposits
evidenced
b y savings
pass books

Time cer- Total
tificates of savings
deposit deposits *
1,227
26

Depositors 3

11,770
15,446
5,278

113, 296
294,922
191,352
297,352

531, 227

33, 747

564, 974

1,165, 269

475,832
410,149
496,993
17,623
77,575
30,120
1,508,292

2,105
10,859
60? 60S
571
4, 565
756
79,464

477, 937
421,008
557,601
18,194
82,140
30,876
1, 587, 7.56

1, 376, 242
1,038,804
1,146,682
46,639
264, 604
75,157

3,995

331

4,326

97,622
27,276
153, 697
7,288
59,193

1,392
656
11,803
389
2,608

99,014
27,932
165,500
7,677
61,801

366,656
74,296
387, 789
15, 267
208, 790

345,076

16,848

361,924

1,052, 798

68,260
38,982
22,430
8,006
19,901
8,075
12,950
16,245
77,075
10,281
10, 752
35,081
22, 754

20,925
19,441
17,583
4,527
19,048
3,318
4,013
18,724
24,424
13,546
7,397
42,401
24, 249

89,185
58,423
40,013
12,533
38,949
11,393
16,963
34,969
101.499
23,827
18,149
77,482
47,003

350, 792

219, 596

570,388

1, 579, 637

3, 995

331

4,326

546, 715
24, 618
470, 281

76,115
32, 313
144,161

622,830
56,931
614,442

1, 665, 224
3 80, 501
1,842, 764

49,816

16, 225

66, 041

3

284,261
151,983
155,254
35,489
92,586
3
29,158
51,231
3
37,947
388,504
59, 737
38,375
179, 070
s 76,042

Deposits
Total
evidenced Time cer- savings Deposi?
by savings tificates of deposits * tors
deposit
pass books

268,347

101,170
26
60, 790
135,105
166,076
101,807

99,943
60,790
123,335
150,630
96, 529

i Excludes postal savings and Christmas savings accounts, etc.




Stock savings banks

Loan and trust companies

3,949,128

o

i
26, 252

26,252

39,711

135,108

46,899

1,5S9
1,589

22. 23fi
48, 488

174, 909

21
3,308

520
50

541
3,358

3 2,419
61,000

3,329

570

3,899

63,419

20, 647

3

3

15,150

15,150
3

162, 858

* Represents number of savings pass-book accounts.

3

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Savings deposits and depositors in all reporting banks in the United States and possessions, according to class of banks, on or about June 80,
1932— Continued

to

[Deposits in thousands of dollars]
State (commercial) banks
Deposits
evidenced Time cerby savings tificates of
pass books deposit

Location

Michigan
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Iowa._
_ _
Missouri
Total Middle Western States

Alaska
The Territory of Hawaii
Puerto Rico
Philippines
Total possessions

52,899
116,394
82,143
39, 061

304,422
216,910
122, 580
54, 748
25, 787

967,706
742,956
223,734
80, 617
3 173,734

1, 475, 564

543,086

2,018, 650

5, 777,236

9,072
10, 614
31,157
31,156
8,219
3, 854
2,725
658
3 6,962

10,159
14,058
35,006
36, 294
17,981
7,262
8,328
i, 296
9,122

9,094
19,748
43,604
96,710
30,347
13,937
21,390
2,051
3 14, 750

1, 087 ,
3, 444
3,849
5,138
9,762
3,408
5,603
638
3 2.160

Deposits
evidenced Time cerby savings tificates of
pass books deposit

325
6,454
19,078
3,488
75, 087

7,285
18, 012
48,142
8,967
3 339, 788

26,943

170,473

585, 052

434
594

139
476

573
1,070

_ _. .
»

-

Deposits
Total
evidenced Time cer- savings
by savings tificates ot deposits
deposit
pass books

Depositors

701
2,838

12,216

637

12,853

61, 485

45, 229

106, 714

205, 90G

73, 701

45, 866

119,507

284, 614

1,416

6, 880

57

1, 895

1, 952

334
159

9,859
940

38,860
2,389

3,003

14, 394

55, 053

1,647

o

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10, 265

9,525
781

3
3

18, 708

1, 416

I

7,001

104,417

139,506

251, 631

11,391

3 8,930
4,245

35,583
18,837

105,232
61,094

1,647

6,086
15, 390
4,679
11, 755

_

Depositors

94
3,077
6,079
1,468

35,089

„--.»

Total
savings
deposits

231
3,377
12,999
2,020
75, 087
143, 530

a 26, 653
14, 592

Total United States, and possessions




Depositors

251, 523
100, 516
40,437
15, 687
25, 787

North Dakota
South Dakota
-~
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
.Wyoming
_
Colorado
_
New Mexico
Oklahoma
.
Total Western States
Washington
Oregon
California
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
Arizona
Total Pacific States.

Total
savings
deposits

Stock savings banks

Loan and trust companies

4,567
2,709
705
1,053

10,653
18,099
5,384
12,808

79,155

22,209

101, 364

33,963
63,405
9,249
30,011
302,954

2,710
21, 341
11, 574
22, 833

509
6,548
647
7,029

3,219
27,889
12,221
29,862

4,500
109,492
50,056
109, 295

58, 458

14, 733

73,191

273, 343

2, 344,134

920,889

3, 265, 023

9, 237,599

o

1,416

1,416

6, 880

155
639, 393

201

416
639, 393

1, 200
1,034,771

767

69

836

12, 323

15, 656
3,571

130

If), 780
3,571

2,414

69

2, 483

19, 324

658, 775

391

659,166

1, 087, 915

2, 200,849

143, 557

2, 344,406

5, 788, 976

784,120

48, 416

832, 536

1, 617, 737

Sf

48,164
3,780

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Savings deposits and depositors in all reporting hanks in the United States and possessions, according to class of banks,, on or about June S09

1982— Continued
[Deposits in thousands of dollars]
Total all banks other than national

Private banks

Mutual savings banks

H

Deposits
Total
evidenced Time cer- savings
tificates
by savings ofdeposit deposits l
pass books

Location

Depositors'

Deposits
Total
evidenced Time cer- savings Depositificates
by savings ofdeposit deposits l tors 2
pass books

Deposits
evidenced Time cerby savings tificates of
deposit
pass books

Total
savings
deposits *

Depositors *

492,065
307,42S
230, 522
3,143, 523
382,688
1, 210,102

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Maine.. . .
New Hampshire „
Vermont „
Massachusetts
Rhode Island.__. . _ .
Connecticut

118,763
197,656
82 437
2,089,101
172,626
668,847

Total New England States.. ____
New Y o r k . . . . . . . .
New Jersey
Pennsylvania.
Delaware

_ ,....,

____-..,„_„„__-_ . , . . . , . - .

MarylandDistrict of Columbia

Total Eastern States._.___.

1 .\ 446
5,294

269

853

3,860,910

33,763

3,894, 673

5, 766,323

5,157
1,641
1,171

6,004
3, 813
3, 57.3

5,865, 551
774,654
1,158, 691
52, 690
352, 963
50, 767

3,530
11,515
72,411
960
7,173
2S 345

5,869,081
786,169
1.231,102
53,650
360,136
53,112

7, 616, 620
1,724,749
2,167,972
110,997
814,172
211,355

7,969

13, 390

8, 255,316

97,934

8, 353, 250 12,645, 865

68,260
38,982
22,430
8,006
19,902
12,091
16, 351
16,245
77,075
10,281
10,752
35,081
22,754

20,925
19,441
17,583
4,527
19,054
4,169
4,080
18,724
24,424
13,581
7,397
42,401
24,249

89,185
58,423
40, 013
12,533
38,956
16,260
20,431
34,969
101,499
23,862
18,149
77,482
47,003

358,210

220,555

578, 765

1,658, 707

661,652
94,639
470, 281

79,318
52,268
144,161

740,970
146,907
614, 442

1,820,850
277, 795
1,842,764

253

16

269

3,329,430

3,329,430

4,600,206

253

16

5,286,973
309,336
506,830
27,779
216,195

5,286,973
309,336
506,830
27,779
216,195

5,867,718
568,125
629,928
49,091
340, 778

5,124
1,641
1,171

33

6,347,113

6, 347,113

7, 455, 640

7.936

33

Virginia
__.. „
. .._
West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina._.. _
..
„„-,.-_.
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
.
_..
Louisiana
._.
Texas
Arkansas. . . . .
_
_.
Kentucky.,
.
.._.__.
_
Tennessee
„
Total Southern States
„..
Ohio
112,842
453
113, 295
Indiana
.
19, 381
19, 381
Illinois.....
* Excludes postal savings and Christmas savings accounts, etc.




Ti',"77O"

853

219,933
197,682
143, 227
2, 224, 206
338,702
770,923

223,718
307,428
117,226
2,848,601
191, 336
911,897

....

I

6

7

1

93

17

110

500

35

35

94

2

58

152

2,095
824

146, 605
s 31, 743

1,227
26

218,706
197,656
143, 227
2, 212,436
323,256
765,629

118,763
197,656
82,437
2,089,101
172,626
668,847

2,750
3,730

4,845
4,554

501
9,021
3 2,693

Represents number of savings pass-book accounts.

8

Estimated,

284,261
151,983
155,254
35,489
92,587
46,727
112,731
37,947
388,504
59, 737
38,375
179, 070
76,042

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1982—Continued
[Deposits in thousands of dollars]
Private banks

Mutual savings banks
Deposits
evidenced Time certificates
by savings of deposit
pass books

Location

Michigan
Wisconsin
MinnesotaIowa
Missouri
. ...
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.._„_

,_

_„_-„.„....-._

Depositors

Deposits
Total
evidenced Time cer- savings
tificates
by savings of deposit deposits
pass books
682

615

Depositors

3,661

Deposits
evidenced Time cerby savings tificates of
deposit
pass books

Total
savings
deposits

o

200, 677

742

6,063
62,680

201,419

294, 277

1,052

1, 341

1,328

8,147

12, 037

16, 703

10

10

109

114

5

52

.
5
53, 026

53, 026

90, 864

90,864

119

124

52

99, 285
72, 342

...

143, 890

742

10,021,852

171, 627

12,521,750

12,178

8, 373

20, 551

31, 499

318,897
229,427
204, 338
166, 291
100,874

997, 360
776,388
372,385
356,818
513,522

024,784

2, 522,146

6, 957,882

1,521
4,038
5, 265
5,200
9,762
3,408
15,128
1,419
2,160

9,211
11,100
31,157
33,160
8,219
3,854
3,059
817
6,962

10, 732
15,138
36, 422
38,360
17,981
7,262
18,187
2,236
9,122

9,795
22, 586
50, 484
107,027
30,347
13, 937
60,250
4,440
14, 750

47, 901

107, 539

155, 440

313, 616

8,930
4,506
4,567
2,908
705
1,053

90, 256
19, 253
730,257
10,653
34, 721
8,955
12, 808

211,518
62,294
1,107,113
33,963
123,892
13,029
30, 011

884, 234

289
3, 890

54, 245
119,760
88, 222
86,810

81, 326
14, 747
730, 257
6,086
31, 813
8,250
11, 755

1,297

15,420
100, 509

264,652
109,667
116,116
79, 481
100,874
1,897,362

22, 669

906. 903

1,581,820

509
6, 548
647
7,029

3,219
27,889
12, 221
29,862

4,500
109, 492
50,056
109, 295

58,458

289

g

Depositors

2,710
21,341
11, 574
22,833

5, 774
62, 680

Arizona........ . . . . . . . .
_.__.. ..
Total Pacific States... „ .
....
143, 890
Alaska
The Territory of Hawaii. . . .
Puerto Rico
....
Philippines.,
.
....____-_...._.
Total possessions——......_
Total United States and posses10,021,110
sions
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Total
savings
deposits

Total all banks other than national

14, 733

73,191

273,343

15, 362, 391

1,121, 977

16,484, 368 29,197, 561

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95

National banks
The resources and liabilities of all reporting national banks June 30,
1928 to 1932, are shown in the following statement:
Resources arid liabilities of all reporting national banks on or about June SO, 19281932
[In thousands of dollars]
I 1928—7,691 | 1929—7,536 1930-7,252 1931—6,805 1932—6,150
banks
banks
banks
banks
banks
RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts).
-Overdrafts
Investments
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Real estate owned other than banking
house
Cash in vault
—
Reserve with Federal reserve banks or
other reserve agents
Due from banks
Exchanges for clearing house and other
cash items
Other resources

14,801,130
_ 10,193
6, 656, 535
747,684

14,887, 752
9,452
6, 888,171
787,750

13,177, 485
7,790
7,674,837
795,866

10,281,676
4,701
7,196,652
760,057

125, 680
315,113

118,839
298, 003

124,584
342, 507

125, 681
368, 589

143, 585
338,404

1, 453, 383
3,885,967

1, 344, 951
1, 854,187

1,421,676
2, 353, 669

1,418, 096
2, 354,145

1,150,575
1,569,723

963, 332
740, 954

785, 006
823, 700

1, 297,487
1, 003, 491

854,365
865,844

427,159
495,179

I 28,508,239

Total.

15,144, 995
10,138
7,147,448
721,229

27, 440,228

29,116, 539

27,642, 698

22,367,711

;, 593,856
, 419, 695
557,437

1, 627, 375
1, 479, 052
487, 504
80, 832

1, 743, 974
1,591,339
545,873
94,962

1,687,663
1,493, 876
443, 592
130,599

1, 568, 983
1, 259,425
302, 521
148,919

83,753
849, 095
!, 738, 017

73, 968
649,452
2,175, 932

79,129
652,339
2,679,821

62,881
639,304
2, 746,412

49,439
652,168
1,800,217

372, 550
10, 504, 268
8, 317, 095
228,243
21,698,088
714, 507
49,660
392,623
287,167

738,327
10,926, 201
8, 752, 571
171,964

241,116
7,940,653
7,265,640
213,287

229,033
8,173
511,007
391, 826

531,127
10,105,885
8,579, 590
235, 226
22,198,240
153, 533
10,266
442,235
380,509

28,508,239 27,440,228

29,116, 539

27,642,698

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
_
Surplus
Undivided profits—net
Reserves for dividends, contingencies, etc..
Reserves for interest, taxes, and other expenses accrued and unpaid
National-bank circulation
Due to banks
Certified and cashiers' checks and cash
letters of credit and travelers' checks outstanding
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal savings) —
United States deposits
Total deposits
Bills payable and rediscounts
Agreements to repurchase securities sold...
Acceptances executed for customers
Other liabilities...-.Total.-.

0)

I
432,905
003, 795
296, 638
185,916
667,271
801,185
7,217
411, 763
326, 967

17,460,918
506,890
39,635
279,220
22, 367,711

3

Included in undivided profits.
2 Revised to include cash letters of credit outstanding.

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, United States Revised Statutes, statistics in relation to
each class of reporting banks other than national.




Officials of State banking departments and number of each class of banks under their supervision in June, 1932, from which reports of condition
were received

CO

Banks
Location

Names of officials

Maine
New HampshireVermont
Massachusetts-_.
Rhode Island-.,.
Connecticut

Titles

Loan
State
(com- and trust
compa'mercial)
nies

Stock
savings

Bank commissioner,
do..
Commissioner of banking and ir sura nee..
Commissioner of banks
_.
Bank commissioner
State bank commissioner

Joseph A. Broderick.
_. William H.Kelly....
William D. Gordon..
Harold W. Horsey...
George W. Page

Superintendent of banks.
Commissioner of banking and insurance,.
Secretary of banking
_
State bank commissioner
do

M. E. Bristow
L. R. Charter, j r . . . .
Gurney P. Hood
Alberts. Fant
R. E. Gormley
Ernest Amos
H. H. Montgomery.
J. S. Love
J. S. Brock
James Shaw
Walter E. Taylor
James R. Dorman....
D. D. Robertson.....

Commissioner of insurance and banking..
Commissioner of banking
Commissioner of banks.
.
State bank examiner.
..._....
Superintendent of banks
..__......_
Comptroller, State of Florida
.
....
Superintendent of banks...
.do..
State bank commissioner.
-..Commissioner, department of banking
Commissioner, State banking department..
Banking commissioner.
...
Superintendent of banks
...
..

640

.

I. J. Fulton
Luther F. Symons.
Oscar Nelson
R. E. Reichert

Superintendent of banks
Bank commissioner
Auditor of public accounts
Commissioner, State banking department..,

72
64
55
275
24
154
644

146
25

139
149
290
33
24
5

487
207
498
43
137
27

23

498
351
804
437

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1,399

~248
130
216
102
245
110
156
200
166
560
223
362
301
3,019

Total Southern States




28
181
8
99
499

Total Eastern States

Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan

Total

32
50
19
J94
9

Total New England States-

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

Private

379

SangerN. Annis...
Willard D. Rand...
Robert C. Clark...
Arthur L. Guy..
Latimer W. Ballou..
George J. Bassett___

New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia

Mutual
savings

248
130
216
103
250
135
162
200
166
565
223
362
301
24

3,061

24

540
534
804
478

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Minnesota
Iowa
Missouri

._ „___
....-

.

Thomas Herried
_. John N. Peyton
L. A. Andrew
D. R. Harrison

.

Commissioner of banking
Commissioner of banks
Superintendent derjartrnpnt of banking
Commissioner of
finance

702
589
243
735

North Dakota . . , . _
South Dakota.. . . . . . . , „ . . . _
Nebraska
._...
.
.
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming. ________..
.
_
Colorado .
New Mexico
Oklahoma

Gilbert Semingson
E, A. Ruden...-_-._--George W. Woods
_ H. W. Koeneke
G M Robertson
John A. Reed
Grant ATcFGrson
John Bingham
W. J. Barnett
_...

Bank commissioner
SuDGrintendcnt of banks
Stats bank examiner
State bank commissioner
State bank examiner
Bank commissioner

Total Western S t a t e s . . . . . . . . .
Washington
Oregon..

„. „ . . . _ _ .

California-..rdaho. .
. _„
Utah
.,„
Nevada
Arizona
_
_

_____
,

....

Total Pacific States....

Total possessions
Total United States and possessions




454

2
7

.

......

..,

W. G. Smith

Secretary, Territorial banking board
Governor of Hawaii
Treasurer
Insular treasurer

-....„...

_.„

-._.
__._

.
._„.

37
5
3
30

41

IT

163

5, 214

1
3

12
1

165
87
153
81
51
17
16

........

16

15

570

Supervisor of bsnking
Superintendent of banks
- --__.do
_...
Commissioner of finance
State bank commissioner
State bank examiner
Superintendent of banks„_._

722
603
720
813

6

5

1,964

C S Moody
A. A. Schramm
Edward Rainey
Ben XMefendorf
W, H. Hadlock
E. J, Seaborn
S. W. Ellery

__«..__

Alaska. _
__..
_.____._
The Territory of Hawaii
Puerto Rico.
Philippines
_
_.

222

154
171
454
640
98
48
109
22
268

State bank pxaminpr
Superintendent of banks

17
1

451

4, 359

-

Total Middle Western S t a t e s . . . .

14
12
9
77

o

5

4

1

2
1
15

18
16
4

630
12
18
14
11

11

14
11
44

11

10, 455

1, 235

2,010
173
91
195
81

3
1
1L

156
179
459
658
98
48
121
23
268

55
502

594

227

13, 013

CD

98

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

The resources and liabilities of all reporting banks other than national June 30, 1928 to 1932, are shown in the following statement:
Resources and liabilities of all reporting banks other than national on or about June
SO, 1928-1932
[la thousands of dollars]
11923—18,522 1929-17,794,11930—18,827!1931—15,266 1932—13,013
banks
banks
banks
banks
banks
EESOUP.CE3

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts....
_
Investments....
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Real estate owned other than banking
house
Cash in vault
_
_.._
Reserve with Federal reserve banks or
other reserve agents
Due from banks
Exchanges for clearing house and other
cash items
Other resources

TotaL
1
2 Included in
3 Cash letters

undivided profits.

25, 572,918
39,986
11,056,557
1, 022, 607

21, 987, 365
37, 860
12, 385,316
1,012,388

17, 792,964
10, 512
11,026,589
921,932

278, 287
572, 732

271, 977
521, 925

300, 587
523,483

320, 807
515,738

383,165
453, 223

1,652,457
1, 730, 441

1,847, 249
1, 713, 338

2,011,426
1, 540, 658

1,984,093
1, 779, 575

1, 524, 366
1, 350,369

739, 766
1, 038, 232

906, 766
1,150, 246

1, 587,148
1,148, 257

1, 092, 344
1,450,965

553, 898
860,402

44, 732, 277

44,903, 5S5

42, 586,451

34,877,420

1, 931, 666
2, 725, 834
668,924

2,169, 603
3,132, 646
609,882
80, 651

2,145, 445
3, 377, 660
608, 931
173,314

1,982,335
3, 298,975
566, 536
227, 503

1, 748, 881
2, 798, 645
414,077
297,050

68,808
1, 453, 265

43, 608
1,657,299

34,958
2,082, 329

27,832
1,411,893

876,950
13,172, 315
20, 712, 790
41, 758
117,199

551, 876
11,220,325
20, 579,771
212,963
19, 240
34,666,504
304, 087
302, 069

2 1, 200,914

464, 880
13, 845,896
20,470, 522
57, 869
20,121
86, 812,553
916,196
5, 863
57, 294
1, 378( 781

496,172
687, 312

324, 750
8, 464,926
17, 508, 749
211, 038
8,000
27,929,856
741, 890
9,078
249,090
661, 521

43, 066, 089

Capital stock paid in..
Surplus
Undivided profits—net
Reserves for dividends, contingencies, etc..
Reserves for interest, taxes, and other expenses accrued and unpaid
Due to banks
_
_..
Certified and cashiers' checks, and cash
letters of credit and travelers' checks outstanding
_
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal savines)...
United States deposits
Deposits not classified
Total deposits
Bills payable and rediscounts
Agreements to repurchase securities sold...
Acceptances executed for customers.
Other liabilities

28, 575,139
46, 664
10,692, 203
1, 006, 770

43,066,089

Total.

24, 397, 072
40, 269
11, 621, 366
942, 467

44, 732, 277 44,903, 585

42, 566,451

34, 877,420

0)
0)

1, 343, 011
2
419, 614
13, 302, 856
20, 241, 471
36, 900
399, 933
35, 773, 790
764, 961

0)
(3)

of credit in 1928 reported in "other liabilities."
Included in "other liabilities."




86,678,811
436, 784
39, 505
74, 962
1,425, 065

99

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

The resources and liabilities of State (commercial) banks June 30?
1928 to 1932, are shown in the following statement:
Resources and liabilities of State (commercial) banksy June, 1928 to 1932
[In thousands of dollars]
_
1928—15, 078 1929—14, 437 1930—13, 582 1931—12, 259 1932—10,455
banks
banks
banks
banks
banks
RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)-...
Overdrafts
Investments
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Real estate owned other than banking
house
Cash in vault
Reserve with Federal reserve banks or
other reserve agents
_
_
Due from banks
Exchanges for clearing house and other
cash items
Other resources
Total

.

9,450, 337
34, 535
3, 542,177
458, 961

10, 361,
38,
3, 084,
464,

723
016
672
469

9, 216, 468
33, 918
2,947, 712
436, 235

7, 270,126
32, 210
2, 937, 642
401, 035

5,130, 706
4,490
2, 266,923
323, 544

145,434
367, 270

152, 629
313,997

145, 012
294,852

134,412
274, 922

133, 274
225, 472

802, 255
908, 578

866,173
903, 315

848,129
817, 049

814, 368
790, 273

541, 297
541, 533

215, 437
366, 019

298,859
340, 462

188,341
342,186

130, 069
325, 070

73, 604
238, 052

16,291, 003

16, 824, 315

15, 269,902

13,110.127

9, 478, 798

1, 051,182
737,475
285, 926

1,155, 878
804,400
237,422
56, 054

1, 080, 960
746, 812
239,420
86,802

956, 206
665, 752
200, 992
89; 906

805; 332
526,841
127,382
96,174

513, 947

41, 554
649, 980

26, 278
647, 985

25, 693
622, 526

20,633
378,393

i 109, 940
6,130, 757
6, 228, 713
7,855
365, 665
18,366,877
399, 365
(s)
()
2 460,178

113,219
6, 515, 263
6, 298,456
7,310
2,742
IS, 586,970
454, 842
3,148
44, 279
439, 768

104, 715
5,636,021
5, 953,921
4,269
38,881
12, S85, 792
249, 083
37, 594
66, 312
350, 849

70,772
4, 581,490
5, 274, 952
86,165
5,538
10,641,448
180,357
17,023
54,073
278, 682

43; 663
3,076, 752
3,569,752
81, 083
4,461

16, 824, 315

15, 269, 902

13,110,127

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus
Undivided profits—net
Reserves for dividends, contingencies, etc...
Reserves for interest, taxes, and other expenses accrued and unpaid
Due to banks
Certified, and cashiers' checks and cash
letters of credit and travelers' checks
outstanding
Demand deposits—
Time deposits (including postal savings)....
United States deposits
Deposits not classified
Total desposits
_.
Bills payable and rediscounts
Agreements to repurchase securities sold.__
Acceptances executed for customers
Other liabilities
_
Total

0)
0)

16, 291, 003
I

3

Included in undivided profits.
'•> Cash letters of credit in 1928 reported in "other liabilities/'
* Included in "other liabilities."




7,164,104

467,081
7,078
36,720
237,453
9,478, 798

100

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

The resources and liabilities of loan and trust companies June 30,
1928 to 1932, are shown in the following statement:
Resources and liabilities of loan and trust companies, June, 1928 to 1982
[In thousands of dollars]
j 1928—1,633 1929—1,603 j 1930—1, 564 1931—1,469 1932—1, 235
banks
banks I banks
banks
banks
RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
_
Investments
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Keal estate owned other than banking
house
--Cash in vault
Reserve with Federal reserve banks or
other reserve agents
Due from banks
Exchanges for clearing house and other
cash items
Other resources
Total..

3, 293, 341
5,138
3, 874, 652
333,652

9,311, 879
7,585
3, 421, 673
335,112

9, 475,936
5,585
3,835, 746
428,889

7,860,418
5,272
4, 589, 659
452, 270

5,901, 338
5,796
4,202,012
434,935

88, 056
151, 571

I
63,221 j
156, 580 j

83,188
176,126

96, 218
186,193

98,121
156,397

819, 697
510,014

923,415 I
553,577 j

1, 045,843
531,883

1,058, 734
615,469

891,902
427,648

551, 587
598,188

594,823 I
732,310 I

1,392,996
726,468

957,102
1,039, 655

475, 819
524,864

16,860,990

13,118,830

995. 555
1,684,184
200,102
69,202

967,432
1,620,525
186,896
127,904

894,056
1,343,982
123,761
189,087

16,141
1,001,867

7,113
1,452, 777

5,877
1,028,976

771,207
7,363,000
4,248,970
34,677
76,929
13,496,650
172, 500
1,910

280,601
5,285,355
2, 988,301
127,256
3,611

1,057,788

480,631
6, 493,383
4,157,143
122,992
13,106
12,720,032
109,631
285,046
442,099
394,312

17, 702, 660

16, 860,990

15, 230,896

16,155,175

17,702,

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
„._.
941,333
803,328
1, 454, 504
1,085,968
Surplus
208,632
Undivided profits—net
_.__
__.
215, 538
Reserves for dividends, contingencies, etc..
9,958
0)
Reserves for interest, taxes, and other expenses accrued and unpaid
24,394
Due to banks
_.
818, 443
792,134
Certified and cashiers' checks and cash
letters of credit and travelers' checks
outstanding.2 338,886
350,881
Demand deposits
6,903,857
6,956, 032
Time deposits (including postal savings).. 3,957, 869 3,989, 532
44,134
United States deposits.
28,702
13, 985
Deposits not classified..
_
12, 777
12,146,698
Total deposits
12,058,534
437,992
Bills payable and rediscounts
._
_.
349,926
2,669
Agreements to repurchase securities sold..
12, 942
Acceptances executed for customers
2 717,602
916,053
Other liabilities.
Total..
1
2
3

15, 230, 896

16,156,175

Included in undivided profits.
Cash letters of credit in 1928 reported in "other liabilities."
Included in "other liabilities."




9J 14,000
238,984
2,000
212,367
394, 716
13,118,830

101

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

The resources and liabilities of stock savings banks June 30? 1928
to 1932, are shown in the following statement:
Resources and liabilities of stock savings hanks, June, 1928 to 1982
rln thousands of dollars]
1928—791 j 1929—747
backs
banks

1930—714

banks

1931—654

I banks

1932—502
banks

EESOrRCES

Loans and discounts {including rediscounts)
Overdrafts...
Investments..
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Heal estate owned other than banking
house
.._.....
Cash in vault
....„
Reserve with Federal reserve banks or
other reserve agents
Due from banks
Exchanges for clearing house and other
cash items
Other resources.....
.

1,006,325
230
382,262
43, 502

919, 318
187
378,933
41.105

761. 320
165
365,912
32, 753

591,998
93
350, 573
269 733

23,335
19,912

21,270
17,345

21, 799
16,018

21,444
14, 738

21,735
14,175

27,917
87,864

16,888
93S 960

89, 247
46,925

75,846
44,695

54,359
26,731

20,149
4,066.

6,060
2, COS

3,513
4,064

3,095
1,433

2,018
1,817

1.707,197

Total .

1,049.969
'207
427,987
45, 791

1, £89,845

1, 521,109

1,321,401

1,090,232

68, 878
42, 472
17.099

62,487
40, 513
13, 624
1,062

60, 336
40,666
13,320
2,086

51,855
39,399
11,980
2,413

43,964
33, 772
8,861
3,536

1,570
8,107

521
6f308

457
6,175

705
4,265

372
640
219, 770
128,304
1, 230, 228 1, 260,852
5,381
2,812
165
18
1,464,028 1,898,98A
5,336
4,045
54
1,176
1,201

349
114,195
1,085,008
3,806
566
1,210,099
4,223

291
80,406
893,896
2,699
2
981,669
17,113

975

722

1,589,845

1,321,401

1, 090, 232

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in..
Surplus
Undivided profits—net
Reserves for dividends, contingencies, etc.
Reserves for interest, taxes, and other expenses accrued and unpaid-Due to banks
_
Certified and cashiers' checks and cash
Setters of credit and travelers' cheeks outstanding
_-..„
_
Demand deposits
_..
Time deposits (including postal savings) - _
United States deposits
Deposits not classified
Total deposits
_
Bills payable and rediscounts—
Acceptances executed for customers..
Other liabilitiesTotaL

0)'
n)

10.995
* 461
215,206
1,345,996
343
16
1,573,017
3,141
2 2, 690
3,707,197

i Included in undivided profits.
Cash letters of credit in 1928 reported m "other liabilities."
Included in "other liabilities."

8

fi




1, 521,109

Number of stock savings banks, number of savings depositors, savings deposits, and average deposit account, by States, June 30, 1981 and 1932
1931

Location
Number
of b a n k s

Deposits 2

Average
due each
depositor

1
22

Michigan
Iowa

.

Total Middle Western States..Nebraska

._-..

-

-.-

--.
_.

-..

...-

-

---__

Total Pacific States..
Total United States

—

.—

.

181,711

51,011, 000

280. 73

3, S G
G
60,836
31,962

33, G O
O
4,325,000
1,294, 000

8. 6S
71.09
659. 53

66, 598

5,652, 000

84.87

19,850
3 366, 220

16, 761, 000
210,745,000

844. 38
575.46

594

386,070

227, 506,000

589. 29

6,776

2, 040,000

301.06

1
15
3
1

1,184
1,249,353
22,699
4,187

464, 000
719,420,000
11,651,000
4, 341,000

391. 89
575. 83
513.28
1, 036. 78

20

_.

23

7

Total Southern Srates

$662.95
174.39

3
591

.

$26,219,000
24, 792, 000

10

_...__-

Florid*
Alabama .
Mississippi

39,549
142,162

4
5

--

Total Eastern States. -

~

Average
rate of in- Number
terest paid of banks

Depositors i

Deposits

2

Average
rate of interest paid

Average
due each
depositor

Per cent

New Jersey
District of Columbia

Oregon
California
Utah „
Nevada_ _ _

Depositors i

1932

1,277, 423

735, 876,000

654

1,918,578

1,022,085,000

4

Per cent
3.50
3.50

1
22

39,711
135,198

$26,252,000
22, 236,000

$661.08
164, 47

23

174,909

48,488,000

4

541,0U0
3, 358, 000

223. 0i>
55.05

5

63,419

3,899, 000

18, 708
205, 906

12,853, 000
106, 714, 000

687. 03
401. 32

454

284,614

119,567,000

420. 10

4.00

5

6,880

1,416, 000

205. SI

3.00

3.00
4.00
4.00
4.00

1
11
2
1

1,200
1, 034, 771
48,164
3,780

416,000
639, 393, 000
15,786,000
3, 571, 000

340. 07
fil7. 91
327. 76
944. 71

3. 00
3. 75
4.00
4.00

576. 06

15

1,087,915

659,166,000

605. 90

532. 73

502

1,617,737

832, 536, 0U0

H
C

61.48

3
451

3
W

277. 22

s 2, 4iy
61, 000

*-*

O
to

514. G3

4.00
3.50

4.00
4.00
4.00

3.50
3.50

3. M
4.00

o

4

3.50
3.75

• "

o

o

-

d
1
2

Represents number of savings pass-book accounts.
Represents deposits evidenced by savings pass books and time certificates of deposit
3 Estimated.
4
Includes savings of departmental banks.




3
O
*

103

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

The resources and liabilities of mutual savings banks June 30; 1928
to 1932? are shown in the following statement:
Resources and liabilities of mutual savings banks, June, 1928 to 1932
[In thousands of dollars]
1928-616
banks

1929—611
banks

1930-606
banks

1931—600
banks

5,801,489
3,775, 770
110,269

5,896,023
2
3,872, 417
113,162

4, 475,169
123,373

6,140, 556
2
4,194, 572
134,442

23,059
31,495
35,986
150,137

44, 243
34,404
25,856
234,713

65, 432
38,229
33, 566
320, 619

127,538
55,994
35,646
349,158

5,946
72,301

1, 779
72,709

1,852
82,415

2,436
93,798

9, 688,159

10,006, 452

10,295,308

11,191,788

11,134,142

851,590
148, 586
(l)

823,693
147, 725
13,527

898,871
154, 623
15,157

968,121
165,417
7,173

890,026
153, 222
8,134

204

1,229
182

173

1,661
453

604
92

U74
6,962
8,665,803
58
8, 673,201
540
2 14, 242

8,903,126
1,519
9,003,31$
1,366
15, 566

152
10,305
9, 205,258

36
3,718
10,031,124

152
3,351
10,035,423

9,215,888
673
9,458

10,035, 331

4,528
9,557

10,039,018
17,477
25,661

9, 688,159

10,006, 456

10, 295,308

11,191,788

11,134,142

1932—534
banks

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
I 5,511,918
Overdrafts
Investments
3, 750, 591
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
100,716
Real estate owned other than banking
14, 600
house
_.
Cash in vault
31,162
Reserve with reserve agents
210,698
Due from banks
Exchanges for clearing house and other cash
items
1,726
Other resources
_.
66,748
Total .

6, 051,133

LIABILITIES

Surplus
Undivided profits—net
Reserves for dividends, contingencies, etc._
Reserves for interest, taxes, and other expenses accrued and unpaid
Due to banks
.
Certified and cashiers' checks and cash
letters of credit and .travelers' checks
outstanding
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal savings)...
Deposits not classified
Total deposits
Bills payable and rediscounts
Other liabilities
:
_.
Total.

0)
)

46
98,473

i Included in undivided profits.
s Cash letters of credit in 1928 reported in "other liabilities. "

147796°—33




8

Number of mutual savings hanks, number of savings depositors, savings deposits, and average deposit account, by States, June 30, 1981 and 1982
1.932

1931

Location

Number
of banks

Depositors i

Deposits 2

Average
due each
depositor

Average
rate of in- Number
terest paid of banks
Per cent
4.25
4.00
4.25
4.74
4.00
5.00

$118, 768, 000
3 197, 656, 000
82,437,000
2, 089,101,000
172, 626, 000
668,847, 000

379

4, 600, 206

3, 329, 430, 000

5, 867, 718
568,125
629,928
49, 091
340, 778

5, 286,973, 000
309,336, 000
506,830, 000
27,779, 000
216,195, 000

901. 03
544. 49
804. 58
565. 87
634.42

195

7, 455, 640

0, 347,113, 000

146, 605
6 31, 743
15, 420
100, 509

113,
19,
6,
62,

295, 000
381, 000
063, 000
680,000

772. 79
610. 56
393.19
623. 63

16

294, 277

201,419, 000

99, 285
72,342

53, 026, 000
90,864, 000

534. 08
1, 256. 03

874. 68

4

171, 627

143,890,000

838.39

810. 71

594

12,521,750

10, 021, 852, 000

800. 36

3, 428,750,000

725. 60

5, 681,837
485,944
614,075
49, 201
326, 527

5,161,358,000
298,337,000
526,736,000
27,104,000
212,928,000

908.40
613. 93
857. 77
550.88
652.10

197

7,157, 584

6, 226,463,000

869. 91

3
5
5
4

143,182
• 39,116
19, 081
106,856

119,114,000
23,883,000
7, 755,000
67, 017,000

831.91
610.57
406. 43
627.17

17

308, 235

217, 769,000

706. 50

4
1

6 94,711
70,198

57, 521,000
86,722,000

607. 33
1,235.39

Total Pacific States

5

164, 909

144,243,000

Total United States

600

12, 356,114

10, 017, 225,000

...-

Total New England States

„.._..-.

New York
New Jersey 5
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland

-

Total Eastern States
Ohio
Indiana
.
Wisconsin
Minnesota

__

- .

...
-.

Total Middle Western States
Washington...
California..

_

__._„

_

._

1
Eepresents number of savings pass-book accounts.
2
Eepresents deposits evidenced by savings pass books and time certificates
3
Includes savings of 10 trust companies and 10 guaranty savings banks.
4
Revised.
fi

Includes returns of 1 stock savings bank.
» Estimated.




©

684.45

3
1

4,725,386

147
25
9
2
14

_
_

Per cent
4. 00
4. 00
.'{. 75
4.74
4.34
4.63

O

851.32

3
5
6
2

381

.

Average
rate of interest paid

723. 76

146
25
8
o
14

$117,304,000
203,716,000
90,639,000
2,159,034,000
175,835,000
682,222,000
3

Average
due each
depositor

223, 718
307, 428
117, 226
2,848,601
191,336
911,897

223, 718
315 441
* 121, 564
2,938,298
197, 003
929,362

_.__.

Deposits 2

32
50
19
194
9
75

50
19
196
9
75

Maine
New HamDshire
Vermont.._
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut

Depositors i

$524, 34
645 81
745. 61
734.79
892. 55
734. 08

4.00
4.00
4.09
4.50
4.00

4.00
4.00
3.00
3.25

4.00
4.25

$530. SB
642. 93
703. 23
733. 38
902. 21
733.47

o
4.00
;•;. 8 2

3.77
4.50
3. 50

4.00
4.00
3.00
3.50

4.00
3.50

H

o

o
d

g
o

of deposit.

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

105

Number of savings banks (mutual and stock) in the United States, number of
savings depositors, amount of savings deposits, and average amount due each
depositor, June 30, 1914 to 1982, inclusive l
[For prior years, see annual report for 1920, vol. 1, pp. 238-242]
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. _
1927—Mutual savings banks.
Stock savings banks. _
1928—Mutual savings banks
Stock savings banks. _
1929—Mutual savings banks
Stock savings banks __
1930—Mutual savings banks
Stock savings banks- _
1931—Mutual savings banks.
Stock savings banks. _
1932—Mutual savings banks
Stock savings banks. _
i Revised.

s
8 Represents number
4 Represents deposits

Banks
634
1,466
630
1,529
622
1,242
622
1,185
625
1,194
622
1,097
620
1,087
623
1,084
619
1,066
618
1,029
613
990
611
972
620
904
618
843
616
791
611
747
606
714
600
654
594
502

Depositors 3
8,274,418
2, 228,020
8,305, 562
2,380,496
8,590, 746
2,297,911
8,935,055
2,431,958
9,011,464
2,368,089
8,948,808
2,486, 073
9,445, 327
1,982, 229
9,619, 260
2,464,265
9,665,861
2, 883,136
10,057,436
3, 282, 897
10,409,776
3, 562, 017
10, 616,215
4,040, 312
11,053,886
4,107,913
11,337,398
3,476,873
11,732,143
3,272,415
11,748,085
2,295, 529
11,895,075
2,207, 519
12,356,114
1,918, 578
12,521,750
1, 617, 737

Deposits s
$3,915,143,400
835,448,768
3,946,069,043
856, 546,005
4,135,552,045
854,235,985
4,340,805,483
960,742, 593
4,344,166,606
1,006,406,927
4,723,629,000
1,128,331,000
5,172,348,000
1,319,654,000
5,395,552,000
1,363,451,000
5,686,720,000
1,384,004,000
6,282,618,000
1,428,883,000
6,686,366,000
1,543, 245,000
7,139, 510,000
1,790,514,000
7,558,668,000
1,746,642,000
8,054,868,000
1,453,035,000
8,665, 592,000
1,338,011,000
8,890, 790,000
1,227,035,000
9,190,969,000
1,166,192,000
10,017,225,000
1,022,085,000
10,021,852,000
832, 536,000

Average
due each
depositor
$473.16
374.97
475.11
359.82
481.40
37L74
485.82
395.05
482.07
424.98
527.85
453.86
547.61
665.74
560.91
553.29
588. 94
480.03
624.67
435. 25
642.32
433.25
672. 51
443.16
683.80
425.19
710.47
417.91
738.62
408.88
756. 79
534.53
772.67
528.28
810.71
532.73
800.36
514.63

of savings pass-book accounts.
evidenced by savings pass books and time certificates of deposit.
Includes estimated returns of 106 banks in California. (See p. 141, Comptroller's Report for 1921.)




106

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

The resources and liabilities of private banks June 30, 1928 to
1932, are shown in the following statement:
Resources and liabilities of private banks, June, 1928 to 1932
Iln thousands of dollars]
| 1928—404
I backs

1929—391
backs

1930-361
banks

1931—284
banks

86, 507
389
28, 959
3,347
6,862
2r817
2,588
13, 287

93,723
833
27, 826
3,418
6,798
2,508
4,787
12,349

65,173
294
21, 749
3,216
6,325
2,063
2,351
10,086

44,368
213
16,934
2,957
3,301
1,656
1,579
8,519

28,363
131
12,509
2,278
2,497
1,185
1,162
5,301

867
3, 211

1.078
3,170

519
2s830

226
2,392

121
1,871

148,834

156,490

114,606

82,145

55,418

8,278
8,329
1.775

9,905
9,536
2,479
50

8,594
7,127
1,466
67

6,842
5,178
1,251
107

5,529
4,024
851
119

61
2,862

30
966

34
398

167

236
34,685
43,789

88
27, 539
31, 544

43
19,062
21,377

21,422
lie, 161
11,9X9
(*)
()
*
2 fi. 302

362
56,358
49,180
1,044
1,710
111,616
16, 660
46
19
6,218

1,371
81,047
10, 483

30
69,699
5,348

26
40,675
1,235

5,7

3,786

148, 834

156, 490

114, 606

82,145

1932—227
banks

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
„___
___
Overdrafts
__
Investments
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Real estate owned other than banking house.
Cash in vault
Reserve with reserve agents
Due from banks
Exchanges for clearing house and other cash
items
Other resources..

Total..
LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
j
Surplus.
._
I
Undivided profits—net
I
Reserves for dividends, contingencies, etc._J
Reserves for interest, taxes, and other ex- j
penses accrued and unpaid
i
Due to banks
_
Certified and cashiers5 checks and cash let- |
ters of credit and travelers' checks outstanding.
Demand deposits..
Time deposits (including postal savings)...
United States deposits
Deposits not classified
Total deposits
Bills payable and rediscounts
Agreements to repurchase securities sold.-.
Acceptances executed for customers
Other liabilities....
Total..

0)
0)

1,422

15H
46,074
43r 090

1
Included in undivided profits.
3 Cash letters of credit in 1928 reported in " other liabilities."
a Included in "other liabilities.'*




13

55, 418

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107

BANKS IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

The statement following shows the amount of resources and liabilities of banks in the District of Columbia, by classes, on June 30, 1932:
Statement of resources and liabilities of banks in the District of Columbia, by classes,
June 80, 1982
[In thousands of dollars]
Total
National
all banks banks
Number of banks

„

„.

,_„

39

12

Trust
companies
5

Savings
and State
banks
22

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts:
Acceptances of other banks, payable in United States
Notes, bills, acceptances and other instruments evidencing
loans, payable in foreign countries
Commercial paper bought in open market
Loans to banks and trust companies—
On securities
Ul other
. _ _.
Loans on securities, exclusive of loans to banks—
To brokers and dealers in New York City
_
To brokers and dealers elsewhere
To others
Real estate loans, mortgages, deeds of trust, and other liens
on real estate—
On farm land
On other real estate
Reporting banks' own acceptances purchased or discountedAU other loans
-.
Total

_.

.

.

Customers' liability account of acceptances
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
Reserve with Federal reserve banks _
_.
Cash:
United States gold coin
..
Gold certificates
All other cash in vault
_ ._ _

._

_

_

Total
Due from banks:
Items with Federal reserve bank in process of collection_.._
Due from banks and trust companies in the United States_.
Exchanges for clearing house and other checks on local
banks
,.
Balances payable in dollars due from foreign branches of
other American banks
.
Due from banks and bankers in foreign countries
Total




519
100

33

5,057
119
48,094

35
82
27,595

4,809
35
14,282

213
2
6,217

176
28,291
3
54,393

142
3*587
35,922

17,196
4,963

34
7,508
3
13,508

71,202

41, 818

27,985

23

8

9

44,739
11, 065
978
306

_.__

577
126

40

.

3,220

140,505

.

Total
Other bonds, stocks, and securities, etc:
Domestic securitiesState, county, and municipal bonds
_.
Railroad bonds
Other public service corporation bonds
All other bonds
Stock of Federal reserve bank
Stock of other corporations..
Collateral trust and other corporation notes
.
All other, including claims, judgments, etc...
Foreign securitiesGovernment bonds
-~ , .
. . Other foreign securities, including bonds of municipalities, etc
.

418

21
3,230

35, 929
3,841
970
306

7,293
6,543

1,517
681
8

57,088

41,046

18,836

2,206

5, 792
7,813
10, 202
10, 005
597
3,836
2,576
72

3,327
3,789
4,007
5,092
597
242
1,349
1

1,991
2,917
3,784
3, 325

474
1,107
2,411
1,588

3,126
1,183
71

468
44

1,163

400

298

470

1,468

610

646

212

48, 529

.

Overdrafts
-United States Government securities:
Bonds (including bonds deposited to secure circulation)
Treasury notes
Certificates of indebtedness
Treasury bills

Total

418

19, U4

17,841

6,774

39
22, 304
6,929
9,796

39
11, 309
2,950
9, 796

8,193
2,975

2,802
1,004

399
5,321
3,188

338
2,429
1, 450

46
2,581
1,044

15
311
694

8,908

4,217

8,671

1,020

1,764
19, 284

1, 764
10,786

5,840

2,658

5,870

3,792

1,560

518

6
147

1
28

5
113

6

27,071

16 871

7 518

3,182

21
10
25
26

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REPOKT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

Statement of resources and liabilities of banks in the District of Columbia, by classes,
June SO, '1932—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
Total National
all banks banks

Trust
companies

Savings
and State
banks

RESOURCES—continued

Outside cheeks and other cash items
Redemption fund with United States Treasurer and due from
United States Treasurer
_„...
_Securities borrowed
Other assets
„..____
_

S76

542

221
570
2,280

221
570
1,398

726

236

320,136

179,098

95, 898

45,140

23, 328
20, 218
5,870
1,369

11,175
8,725
2.604
820

9,400
9,750
2,687
399

2,763
1,743"
579
150

unDsid
National-bank notes outstanding
Due to banks, including certified and cashiers' checks, and cash
ietters of credit and travelers' checks outstanding:
Due to Federal reserve bank (deferred credits)
Due to other banks and trust companies in United States._
Due to banks in foreign countries-- . .
Certified and cashiers' checks, including dividend checks,
outstanding
Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and cutstanding...
..._
-

1.014
. 4' 389

515
4,389

306

163'

1,931
12, 961
316

1,931
10, 909
265

1,840
51

212

1, 977

1,438

371

73

58

15

Total
_..
_._.....
Demand deposits:
Individual deposits subject to check
Certificates of deposit
^tate county, and municipal deposits
Other demand deposits
Total
....
,
Time deposits, including postal savings:
c
State countv and municiD&l dei3O its
Deposits of other banks and trust companies located i n United States
.Other time depositsDeposits evidenced by savings pp»ss books
.
Certificates of deposit
Time deposits, open accounts, Christmas savings ac*
counts, etc
.
Postal savings deposits
_
_
_
_
Total..
-

17, £68

H, 601

2,277

111,341
638
16
6,485

CO, 844
161
16
5.600

37. 769
737

348

118,480

66, 621

88, 551

18,308

500

500

Total

._„..„„__
LIABILITIES

„

-

Capital ^t'Ock paid in
Surplus
.-- . . _
Undivided profits—net
..
Reserves for dividends, contingencies, etc
Reserves for interest, taxes, and other expenses accrued and

United States deposits

-

Total deposits.

-

--

Total.....

--

Acceptances executed by other banks for account of reporting
—- -




~
-----

------

22

S80
32? 728
432

86

61

104, 642
5, 330

53,875
2,985

30,120
756

20, 647
1,589

8,644
1, 532

5, 094
1, 532

779

2, 771

120,734

64,047

Sly665

25, 082

1,508

1,501

2

267,980

-

Agreements to repurchase United States Government or other
securities ^old
Bills payable and rediscounts:
Bills payableAdvances received on reporting banks' own promissory
Dotes—
From Federal reserve banks
From all other sources
Advances received on other instruments given for the
purpose of borrowing money
-RediscountsNotes and bills rediscounted, including notes and bills
sold under repurchase agreement or with recourse to
reporting banks—
With Federal reserve banks
All other

Securities borrowed
Other liabilities
TotPl

312

146,770

72,485

38

38

1 96K
1,408

1,965
570

88, 725

838

60

60

726
135

726
100

35

4,294

8,861

9SS

39
570
1,027
320,136

39
570
92

871

179,098

95,898

64
45,140

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

109

The resources and liabilities of banks in the District of Columbia
June 30, 1928 to 1932, are shown in the following statements:
Resources and liabilities of national banks in the District of Columbia June 30,
199,8-1932
In thousands of dollars]
1928 (13
banks)

1929 (12

1930 (12
banks)

1931 (12
banks)

96,240
35
20,292
13,867

95,156
35
23,207
12,489

88,658
27
23,852
12,779

10,290
1,422
9,404
2,539
13,677
477

10,428
1,436
9,307
2,799
16, 477
605

10, 740
1, 551
9,508
2,879
19,904
470

81, 282
20
31,633
19,691
15
11,147
2,268
9,907
4,854
25,194
528

71, 202
23
41,046
19,414
39
11,309
2,950
9,796
4,217
16,371
542

240
340
475

247
1,140

243
335
1,948

211
680
i,360

221
570
1,398

169,299

173,822

172,894

188,790

179,098

10,775
10,775
8,825
8,625
2.828 | 2,993
674
1,017

11,175
8,725
3,296
972

11,175
8,725
2,604
820
515
4,389
14, 601
66,621
64,047
1,501
146, 770

banks)

1932 (12

banks)

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts) i_
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
._.
Reserve with Federal reserve banks
Cash in vault
_
_..._
Due from banks.
_
Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from United States Treasurer
Securities borrowed
_
Other resources
_
TotalLIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in
_.
Surplus.__
Undivided profits—net
Reserve for dividends, contingencies, etc
Reserves for interest, taxes, a n d other expenses accrued a n d u n p a i d
National-bank notes outstanding
D u e to banks 3. _
_
_
D e m a n d deposits
_
T i m e deposits (including postal savings)
United States deposits..

Total deposits
_
•_._
Agreements to repurchase United States Government
or other securities sold
Bills payable and rediscounts—
__-.
Acceptances executed for customers._
Acceptances executed by other banks for account of
reporting banks
Securities borrowed
Other liabilities
_
Total.
1
2

10, 527
7,915
3.478
419
3,964
14,185
76,339
44,192
3,234
1S7,950

392
4,891
13, 731
75,317
46, 507
3,660
139,215

UU50S

478
4,188
18,019
75,479
62,141
1,713
157,852

470
4,095
1

195
4,715

2,053
200

1,659
200

340
140

1,140
172

335
47

169,299

173,822

172,894

441
4,905
14,431
71,414
53,926
1,732

38
3,361
39
570
92

188,790

179,098

Includes customers' liability under letters of credit.
Included in undivided profits.
3 Includes certified and cashiers' checks ,and cash letters of credit and travelers' checks outstanding




110

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

Resources and liabilities of loan and trust companies in the District of Columbia
June 30, 1928-1932
[In thousands of dollars]
1928 (7
banks)

1929 (7
banks)

1930 (6
banks)

1931 (5

banks)

1932 (5

banks)

RESOUECES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts) i
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
Cash in vault
Due from banks
Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund and due from United States TreasurerOther resources.
Total

64,389
13
3,989
18,702
9
9,031
1,372
1,518
12, 505
659

66,006
34
3,307
16,184

56,060
14
7,004
15,136

46,532
19
11,990
19,013

41,318
8
13,836
17,341

10,043
318
1,576
12, 306
400

9,994
868
1,565
12,819
509

6,991
1,300
2,379
12, 251
370

8,193
2,976
3,671
7,518
312

40
649

14
434

397

1,326

726

112,876

110, 622

104,366

102,171

95,898

11,400
8,850
3,708
(2)

11,400
9,468
2,917
354

10 400
9,950
2,473
324

9,400
9,750
2,768
337

9,400
9,750
2,687
399

374
2,662
55, 577
29, 954
38

276
2,196
52, 451
29, 64&
51
84,838

275
2,493
46,750
29, 589
431
79,263

291
3,120
44,674
29, 637

306
2,277
38,551
31,655
2
72,^83

500

388
456

1, 369

837

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in
Surplus—.
_
_
_
Undivided profits—net
Reserves for dividends, contingencies, etc
_
Reserves for interest, taxes, and other expenses accrued and unpaid
_
Due to banks 3
Demand deposits
_
Time deposits (including postal savings)
United States deposits
_
_
Total deposits
-.
Agreements to repurchase United States Government
or other securities sold.Bills payable and rediscounts
.
Acceptances executed by other banks for account of
reporting banks
Other liabilities....
Total,.

9
304
112,876

110,622 S 104,366

210
77,641
1,091

871
102,171

95,898

i Includes customers' liability under letters of credit.
Included in undivided profits.
Includes certified and cashiers' checks, and cash letters of credit and travelers' checks outstanding.

*
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111

Resources and liabilities of savings and State hanks in the District of Columbia
June 80, 1928-1932
[In thousands of dollars]
1928 (22
banks)

1929 (22
banks)

1930 (22
banks)

29, 707
5
387
6,869
2,297
291
1,038
3,310
59

33,090
10
455
5,995
2,520
576
1,267
3, 267
75

31,934
9
497
6,809
2,691

1931 (22
banks)

1932 (22
banks)

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts) a
Overdrafts.
United States Government securities owned.
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned...
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned...
_.
Cash in vault
Due from banks
_..
Outside checks and other cash items..
Securities borrowed
Other resources
...

27,985
9
2,206
6,774
2,802
1,004
1,020
3,182
22

300

97

165

44,263

Total-.

4
1,243
7,620
2,693
866
1,199
4,948
61
30
119

47,353

47,424

49, 219

45,140

2,590
1,738
888
(

2,705
1,880
811
134

2,753
1,904
859
169

2,753
1,827
840
196

2, 753
1,743
579
150

104
316
14,176
23,861

137
339
14,964
25, 555

163
465
15,040
25,695

161
390
15, 771
27,123
20

193
380
13, 308
25,032

88,358
445

40,858

41,200
352

729

1,116
3,411
63

136

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in..
Surplus
...
Undivided profits—net
_>
_
Reserves for dividends, contingencies, etc
Reserves for interest, taxes, and other expenses accrued and unpaid
Due to banks 3
Demand deposits..
Time deposits (including postal savings)
United States deposits
Total deposits..
Bills payable and rediscounts
Securities borrowed
Other liabilities....

Total..

88,725
933
30

145

22

24

44,263

47,353

47, 424

64
49,219

45,140

1 Includes customers' liability under letters of credit.
2 Included in undivided profits.
3 Includes certified and cashiers' checks, and cash letters of credit and travelers' checks outstanding.




112

REPORT OF

COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

Earnings, expenses, and dividends of banks other than national in the
District of Columbia
The following statement shows comparative figures concerning the
earnings, expenses, and dividends of banks other than national in the
District of Columbia for the years ended June 30, 1932 and 1931:
Earnings, expenses, and dividends of trust companies and savings banks in the
District of Columbia
•In thousands of dollars]
6 months ended Dec.

6 months ended June
30, 1932

Year
Year
ended ended
June
June
30, 1932, 30, 1933,
5 trust 22 sav- 27 total 5 trust 22 sav- 27 total
27
27
ings
ings
comcompanies banks banks panies banks banks banks * b a n k s
31, 1931

Capita]
Surplus
Dividends declared.

0, 400
0, 750
532

2,753
1,770

12,153
11, 520
659

9,400
9,750
554

2,753
1,743
106

12,153
11, 493

12,153
11, 493
1,319

12,153
11, 677
15393

980

2,295

1,213

877

2,090

4,385

4S744

255

915

631

237

868

1,783

I, 721

IS

58

29

15

44

102

199

17
2

18
8

2
4

12
1

14
5

32
13

45
15

24

33
347
25
450

5
292
6
341

29

34
292

10
134

2
200

541

67
639
33
991

66
596
369
851

2,709

1,440

4,149

2,523

1,373

3,896

8,045

8,596

683

408

1,091

656

391

1,047

2,138

2S189

3
10
193
445
265
306

12
1
17
408
76
249

15
11
210
853
341
555

186
446
248
312

22
1
18
349
68
256

22
9
204
795
316
568

37
20
414
1, 648
657
1,123

18
48
763
1,511
691
1,042

1,905

1,171

Gross earnings:
Interest, and discount on loans... 1,315
Interest (including dividends)
660
on investments
Interest on balances with other
40
banks.
Domestic exchange and collection
1
charges.
Foreign exchange department
e
Commissions and earnings from
insurance premiums and the
9
negotiation of real-estate loans. _
347
Trust department
15
Profits on securities sold
316
Other earnings
Total..

Expenses paid:
Salaries and wages
Interest and discount on borrowed money
Interest on bank deposits.._
Interest on demand deposits
Interest on time deposits.
Taxes
Other expenses
Total.
Net earnings
Eecoveries on charged-ofi3 assets:
Loans and discounts
Bonds, securities, etc
All other
Total..
Losses and depreciation charged ofi:
On loans and discounts.
On bonds, securities, etc
On banking house, furniture and
fixtures
Other losses
Total..
Net addition to profits
Eatios:
Dividends to capital...per cent..
Dividends to capital and surplus
_-,_
per cent..
Net addition to profits to capital
.,.
per cent-.
Net addition to profits to capital
and surplus
per cent..

3,076

1,856

1,105

2,961

6,037

6, 262

804

1,073

667

268

935

!, 008

2,334

69
2
2

83
2
9

7
1
6

90
3
15

60
105
17

278

949

2,116

2,506

83
172

141
221

408
633

225
306

103
57

89
86

S77

290

1,167

116
82

151
330

267
412

20
271

529

800

121

606

S239

367

550

5. 66

4.61

5.42

5.89

2.78

2.81

2.78

2.89

6.45

^8.68

3.02

3.16

3 5. 28

1. 55

* N u m b e r of reporting banks June 30, 1932.
2
Capital and surplus as of June 30. 1932.
a Deficit.




671

280

401

1,201

706

548

915

1,800

3.85

5.43

10.85

11.46

2.36

2.79

5.58

5.87

5.85

2 0.07

4.51

7.53

14.81

2.87

^0. 04

2.32

3.87

7.59

3 2

113

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

Building and loan associations in the District of Columbia
The resources of the 26 building* and loan associations operating
in the District of Columbia under the supervision of the Comptroller
of the Currency on June 30, 1932, totaled $84,991,000 and exceeded
by $6,999,000 the resources of 24 associations on June 30 a year ago.
The loans, which aggregated $81,298,000, showed an increase in
the year of $6,933,000. Installment payments on shares increased
also from $70,244,000 to $76,773,000.
Twenty-one of the associations operated on the permanent plan
and five on the serial plan. The total membership was 87,049, as
compared to 79,222 members a year ago, and of the total in the
current year the numbers borrowing and nonborrowing were 23,537
and 63,512, respectively.
The statement following discloses the number of building and loan
associations in the District of Columbia, their aggregate loans, installments paid on shares, and total resources on June 30 of each year
1914-1932. (Summaries of the resources and liabilities of the individual associations as of June 30, 1932, together with consolidated
statements of assets and liabilities and receipts and disbursements
for the 6-month periods ended December 31, 1931, and June 30, 1932,
are published in the appendix of this report.)
[Figures for previous years published in report for 1931]
Number
of associations

Years

J u n e 30—
1914
1915
1916
1917
1918
1919
1920
1921
1922
1923
1924
1925
1926
1927
1928.
1929
1930
1931
1932

.

._

.
.
•-

._
-.

. _
...

.

20
20
19
19
20
20
21
24
22
23
23
24
22
22
22
22
24
24
26

Loans

$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, 233,000
36,157,000
38,968,000
42, 482,000
46, 781,000
50,940,000
57,505,000
63,566,000
68,143,000
74, 365,000
81, 298, 000

Installments
on shares

$17,113,899
17,866,337
18,668,808
19,413,266
20, 252,005
22,463,000
25, 373,000
27, 593,000
30, 506,000
32, 858,000
35, 452,000
38,653,000
42,794,000
47,887,000
53,738,000
58,916,000
64, 480,000
70, 244,000
76, 773,000

Aggregate
resources

$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
43,829,000
59,855,000
65,964,000
71,629,000
77,992,000
84,991,000

BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES

Statistics relative to all building and loan associations in the
United States have been obtained, through the courtesy of the secretary of the United States Building and Loan League, with headquarters at Cincinnati, Ohio, and are published in the following
statements:




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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

Number of building and loan associations, total membership, and total assets, etc., for
the year ended in 1931, by States
| Number
of associations

Stales

1.
2.
3.
4.
6.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
31.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
49.

Pennsylvania
New Jersey
Ohio
Massachusetts
Illinois
California
New York
Indiana
Wisconsin
Maryland 2
Missouri..Louisiana
Michigan
Nebraska
Texas
Oklahoma
Kansas...
Kentucky
North Carolina
District of Columbia..
Washington
Virginia
Colorado..
Utah
Iowa
Arkansas
Minnesota
West Virginia
Rhode Island
Alabama
Oregon
Connecticut
South Carolina <
Maine
Montana
Mississippi
Tennessee
Delaware
Florida
New Hampshire
North Dakota
Wyoming
_
Georgia
South Dakota
Vermont
....
Idaho
New Mexico
Arizona
Nevada..

3,268
2, 559
768
227
913
200
302
386
186
1,100
240
101
66
83
145
SO
152
159
229
24
66
94
67
24
76
67
77
61
8
40
27
42
152
36
27
47
40
44
67
29
22
11
40
22
14
14
18
9
3

Total
membership

Total assets

1, 236, 297 $1, 250, 692, 072
1,107, 731 1, 201, 973, 615
2, 378,811 1,158, 281, 871
499, 523
560,103, 042
905, 500
466, 600, 631
550,000
453,007, 351
585, 471
443, 252, 364
400,800
288, 584, 111
278, 795
281, 233, 267
320,000
210,000, 000
268,082
206, 364, 643
190, 496
170,871, 291
219.174
165, 269, 540
205, 250
137, 017, 569
174, 550
127, 285,978
214, 678
126, 343, 461
193, 771
126, 319, 718
187,000
121,821, 568
85, 348, 383
95, 208
81,861, 000
83,307
220, 256
72, 895, 967
66, 570
60, 365, 508
59,136, 661
85, 870
53, 245, 524
86, 654
48,104, 496
66,405
61, 571
44, 810, 774
43, 334, 358
118,155
56, 350
37, 741, 341
49.041
34, 639, 798
39| 440
28,080, 387
46,000
27,009, 782
36,133
26,436, 580
32, 000
25, 550,000
28,444
25, 515, 436
37,903
20,920, 378
27, 380
18, 680,105
24.970
18, 496, 924
20; 500
16,118, 223
12,400
15, 975, 572
17, 625
14, 217, 425
21,100
14,154, 371
IS, 500
9, 893, 947
7,015,133
18, 419
6, 329, 555
10, 768
5, 297,011
6,210
5,168. 892
7,850
5,250
5,015,799
7.050
4,960, 208
1,440
1,026, 888

Increase in
assets

Increase in
membership

$120, 531, 357
1
9, 968, 298
i 85, 985,055
i 2, 615, 206
i 3,472, 636
i 57, 513,139
2, 523, 350
i 18, 286,071
i 9, 392, 718
U0,000,000
J 4, 555, 959
i 11,487, 001
' 1,930, 273
i 11, 689,194
i 7,457,172
1 13.460, 734
i 6; 042,931
2,893, 309
i 6,843, 991
6, 457,000
* 35, 365,403
i 74,136
t 897, 711
l 2, 397,180
J 1, 603, 694
73, 686
819, 503
1,489,194
3,098, 546
i 1,354,495
i 3? 559, 321
269, 674
i 1, 450, 000
515,436
i 314, 747
i 1, 781,991
67, 538
629, 502
i 1, 853, 263
424, 361
768, 636
64,851
975,680
i 21,030
548, Oil
i 470,984
i 95, 531
121, 787
i 1, 049,484

i 304, 288
i 90, 446
i 204,956
i 13, 908
i 40,000
i 50,000
» 10,394
i 28, 647
* 26,066
i 10, 000
i 13,949
i 10,434
8,452
i 19, 750
i 10, 210
i 40, 322
i 16, 512
4, ICO
J 707

8,054
* 78,588
»160
» 35,984
»8,609
1,062
i 11,146
12,117
* 2,450
4,561
U,900
J6 s 000
i 1,867
i 2, 000
i 1, 556
i 7, 260
12,620
J 130
800
i 1,100
145
1,100
100
3,688
494
3 116
1715
1100
1200
J 1,450

11,432 j11,324,698
10
14,003

Total..
1




Decrease.

8,412,368,518
5, 007, 087

1411,750,641
514, 321

i 1,012,056
i 171

11, 442 j 11, 338, 701

M). Hawaii..

8, 417, 375, 605

i 411, 236, 320

» 1, 012, 227

a Estimated.

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

115

Mortgage loan investments of building and loan associations, by Stales
Total mortgage loans outstanding

States
1930
I

Alabama.Arizona
_
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
_.
District of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Idaho...
Illinois
....
Indiana
Iowa.
Kansas
..._
Kentucky
Louisiana
-.
Maine
Massachusetts.._
Michigan
Minnesota.
Mississippi
Missouri
__
Montana.,
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire .
New Jersey......
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina. _
North Dakota...
Ohio.
Oklahoma......
Oregon
___..
Pennsylvania..
Rhode Island..
South DakotaTennessee
Texas....
Utah.
Vermont. . . . . .
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia..
Wisconsin
Wyoming
Other States-

j

Hawaii
Total.

[

$23, 628,399
4, 223, 338
38,298,681
437,418, 591
48,083,886
23,885, 216
13, 336,806
70,894,000
12, 494,954
5,228, 700
4,245,105
432,685,967
275,644, 799
45,081, 525
110,102, 244
116,012, 235
161,525,736
23,300,000
506, 592, 629
144,208, 587
35,652, 466
18,410,000
184,861, 283
18,866,046
128,154,297
1, 686, 236
12,098,813
1,084,435, 555
4, 381,924
388,561,119
84,166, 336
11,863, 386
1,094, 263, 694
126,838,296
24,4,50, 000
1,162, 605,163
29, 380, 561
5,350, 585
15,686, 774
119,681,266
41,688,060
4,472,771
54, 259,081
80, 293, 571
32,181,472
271,636, 628
8,801, 579
218, 545, 600
7, 760,163,958
3,870, 716
7, 764,034,674

1931

Per cent
Increase, 1931. mortgage
I over year
loans to
I
1930
assets,
1931

$21,334,440 ! 1 $2, 293,959
4,244,939
21,601
39,161,397
862,716
376,294, 355 i 61,124, 236
47,829,502
i 254,384
24,119, 570
234,354
13,737,035
400, 229
77,909,000
7,015,000
9,974, 671 i 2,520,283
5,896, 577
667,877
4, 518,016
272,911
420,693,084 i 11,992,883
253,283,000 1 22,361, 799
43,330,170
1 1,751,355
104,8O0, 641
1 5,301,603
117,769,255
1,757,020
144,521,927 i 17,003,809
23,697,954
397, 954
494,649,494 i 11,943,135
147,105, 279
2,896, 692
36, 220, 560
568,094
16, 783,600
1 1,626,400
174, 798, 717 i 10,062,566
18, 318,003
i 548,043
113,541,355 i 14,612,942
875,400
i 810,836
13, 503,444
1,404,631
1,026,215,919 »58,219y636
4,255,224
i 126, 700
i 602,357
387,958, 762
76,194, 700 i 7, 971,636
12,098,430
235,044
1,030,948,146 1 63,315, 548
113,008, 382 113,829,914
20,806,860
i 3,643,140
975,000, 000 * 187,605,163
2,249, 293
31,629,854
204,131
5,554, 716
15, 440,871
1 245,903
110,740,498
i 8,940,768
35,716, 777 i 5, 971,283
4,923,043
450, 272
53,374,187
1 884,894
56,249, 507 » 24,044,064
30,399, 384 i 1,782,088
254, 423, 561 » 17,213,065
8, 789, 404
* 12,175
202, 700,000 i 15,845,600
7,205, 339, 610 i 554,824,348
436, 284
4,307,000
7, 209, 646, 610 J 554, 388, 064

76.2
85,6
87.4
83.1
81.0
91.3
85.3
95.1
62.4
84.2
87.4
90.1
87.7
90.1
83.0
96.5
84.5
92.9
88.3
88.9
83.6
89.8
84.2
87.6
82.9
85.0
95.1
85.4
85.1
87.6
89.3
85.9
89.0
89.5
77.0
78.0
91.4
87.8
83.5
87.0
67.1
92.9
88.3
77.1
80.5
90.4
88.9
85.7
85.7
86.0
85.7

i Decrease,

Failures of building and loan associations, 1920-1931
Total
Total
Per cent
number Total resources Number liabilities Estimated of loss
of assoof failed
failed
loss
to total
ciations
associations
resources
1920
1921
1922
1923
1924
1925
1926
1927
1928
1929
1930
1931

_
. .
.
..

.

.

8,633
9,255
10,009
10,744
11,844
12,403
12, 626
12,804
12,666
12,343
11,777
11,442

$2,519,914,971
2,890, 764, 621
3, 342, 530,953
3,942,939,880
4, 765, 937,197
5, 509,176,154
6, 334,103,807
7,178, 562, 451
8, 016,034, ,327
8,695,154,220
8,828,611,925
8, 417, 375,605

2
6
4
9
18
26
12
21
23
159
190 $80,437, 508
1 126 61,908,529

$506
91, 547
158,674
132, 612
398, 245
500,000
380, 725
1,013,000
568,000
2, 312, 626
24,676,059
22, 327,842

0. 00002
.0032
.0047
.0034
.0084
.0090
.0060
.0141
.0071
. 0266
.2795
. 2653

i Located as follows: Arizona, 1; Arkansas, 2; California, 11; Colorado, 2; Florida, 2; Illinois, 1; Indiana, 2;

Kentucky, 1; Minnesota, 1; Missouri, 2; Mississippi, 1: Nevada, 1; Ohio, 9; Oklahoma, 1; Oregon, G; Pennsylvania, 73; South Dakota, 1; Texas, 4; Washington, 2; and Wisconsin, 3.




116

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY
M O N E Y IN THE UNITED STATES

Statements showing the stock of money in the United States in the
years ended June 30? 1914 to 1932, and the imports and exports of
merchandise, gold, and silver in the calendar years 1914 to 1931. and
the nine months ended September 30, 1932? 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 30, 1914 to 1982
In general circulation, ex'
'• Com and other ; Coin and other I Held by or for
clusive of amounts held
I ^om and j money in Treas- j money in report- j Federal reserve
by reporting banks,
3
I other j l i r y a s assets i ing banks * ibanks and agents
Federal reserve banks,
Year ended
money '
.
!
and Treasury
;
!
June 30— . in the j
- United I
•
'
;
]
r
States
Per
Per j Per
Per ; Anaoun . ! Per Amount
I Amount
' | cent
cent capita
cent

1914......
1915
.
,.!
1916
2917...
_.
1918....
1919
1920.
1921..
1922....
1923............
1924......
1925...
1926-..
1927--...
1928
1929.
1930
1931...
3932.

Millions Millions
338.4
797
4,050,8 !
348. 2
4.541.7 !
299.1
269.7
5, 678.8
6, 906. 2 1 363. 5
7, 688. 4
685.1
8', 158. 5
490.7
8.174. 5 i
463.6
8,276.1 |
406.1
386. 5
8.702.8 !
359.4
8.846.5 i
8,299.4 i
363. 9
8,429. 0
353. 2 !
8, 667, 3
350. 9 I
8,11 a 1
351. 3 I
8, 538, 8
373.1 j
8, 306. 6
247. 2 I
9, 079. 6
254. 9
9, 004. 4

8.91
8.60
6.59
4.75
5. 27
7.61
6.01
5. 67
4.91
4.44
4. 06
4.38
4 IP
4. 05
4.33
4.37
2,98
2.81
3.09

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
075. 2
985.1
866. 5
799.1
853.8
865.5
774.1

42.82
35.74
32. 41
26.19
12.78
12. 76
12. 84
11.33
9.84
8.93
10.18
11.30
11.57
11. 36
10.67
9.36
10.28
9.53
8.60

Millions
383. 0
593. 3
1,342.7
2,061. 0
2, 226. 7
2, 200. 2
2, 799. 9
3,406. 8
3,493. 0
3,637. 8
3,120. 3
3,190. 5
3, 465.1
2, 970. 2
3, 419. 4
3, 537. 3
4,002. 7
3, 031.1

9.45
13.06
23. 64
29.84
28.90
26. 97
34.25
41.16
40.14
41.12
37. 63
37.85
39.98
36.59
40. 04
42.58
44.08
33.66

Millions
1,829.4
1,871.7
2,177. 1
2, 579.1
3, 599. 0
3,895. 3
4,420. 3
3,984.7
3,649. 2
4,046. 2
3,948. 5
3, 876. 9
3,910.1
3,866. 2
3, 930.1
3,947. 2
3, 668. 2
3,95G. 5
4,921.0

48.17
46.21
47.94
45. 42
52.11
50.67
54.18
48.75
44.09
46.49
44. G4
46.69
46.39
44.61
48.41
46.23
44.16
43.58
54.65

18. 46
18. 56
21. 24
24.74
33.97
36.67
41. 50
36.71
33.18
36.20
34.69
33.68
33, 35
32.57
32.72
32.47
29.76
31.87
39. 41

3 Public money in nationaJ-bank depositories to the credit, of the Treasurer of the United States n o t
included.
s
Money in banks of island possessions not included.
NOTE.—Population estimated at 113,818,432 in 1924; 115,469,094 in 1925; 117,227,000 in 1926; 118,719,000 in
1927; 120,104,000 in 1928; 121.546,198 in 1929; 123,250,000 in 1930; 124,135,800 in 1931, and 124,881,806 in 1932.

Imports and exports of merchandise, calendar years 1914 to 1931, inclusive, and
from January 1 to September 30, 1932
Imports of
merchandise
1914
.
1915
1916
.
1917
1918
1919
1920
. . . -- - . .
1921
1922
.
. .
1923
1924
1925
1926
1927
.
1928
1929
1930
1931
1932 (9 months)

.

i Preliminary, subject to correction.

Excess of
exports over
imports

$1, 789, 276, 001 $3,113,624,050
3, 554, 670,847
1,778,596,695
5,482,641,101
2,391,635,335
6, 226, 255, 654
2,952, 465,955
6,149, 241,951
3,031,304,721
7, 920,425,990
3,904, 364,932
8, 228, 016, 307
5, 278, 481,490
2, 509,147, 570 4, 485, 031,356
3,831,777,469
3,112, 746,833
4,167, 493,080
3, 792,065,963
4, 590, 983,845
3, 609, 962,579
4, 226, 589, 263 4,909,847, 511
4, 430, 888, 000 4, 808, 660,000
4, 865, 375,000
4,184, 742,000
5,128, 356,000
4,091,444,000
5, 240,995,000
4, 399, 361,000
3,843,181,000
3, 060, 908,000
2,424,829,000
2, 090, 635,000
._ 11,015,301,000 11,188,894,000

$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
377, 772, 000
680,633,000
1,036,912,000
841,634,000
782, 273,000
334,194, 000
i 173,593,000

61, 649r 916, 337 90,160, 299,161

28,510,382,824

. ...
-

Total, 18 years and 9 months




Exports of
merchandise

117

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY
Gold and silver imports and exports in periods indicated
GOLD
Imports

1914
1915
1916
1917
1918
1919
1920
1921
1922
1923
1924
1925
1926
1927
1928
1929
1930
1931

Excess of
exports over
imports

. _

—

Total, 18 years and 9 months

$222,616,156
31,425,918
155,792,927
371,883,884
41,069,818
368,185,248
322,091,208
23,891,377
36,874,894
28,643, 417
61,648, 313
262,639, 790
115,708,000
201,455,000
560,760,000
116, 583,000
115,967,000
466,794,000
809,438,000
4,313,467,950

1, 572,534, 235

$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
69,598,000
55,074,000
68,117,000
63,940,000
42,761,000
28,664,000
15,948,000

$51,603,060
53,598,884
70,595,037
84,130,876
252,846,484
239,021,051
113,616, 224
51,575, 399
62,807, 286
72,468,789
109,891,033
99,127,585
92, 258,000
75,625,000
87,382,000
83,407,000
54,157,000
26,485,000
10,400,000

$25,643,873
19,114,930
38,331, 748
30,790,399
181,470, 765
149,611,033
25,556,183

1,690,995,688

634,338, 229

Excess of
imports over
exports

$165,228, 415

1,086,035,839

. . .
...

$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
213,504,000
207, 535,000
168,897,000
291,649,000
396,054,000
612,119,000
220,013,000
6,150, 330,990

.
_

1932 (9 months)

Exports

$420,528,672
530,197,307
180,570,490
20,972,930
291,651, 202
94,977,065
667,356, 920
238,294,891
294,072,395
258,072,605
134,366,618
97,796,000
6,080,000
391,863,000
175,066,000
280,087,000
145,325,000
589,425,000
3,409,397,275

SILVER
1914
1915
1916
1917
1918
1919
1920
1921
1922
1923
1924
1925
1926
1927
1928
1929
1930
1931
1932 (9 m o n t h s )

-.
.

. .

—,

Total, 18 years and 9 months

$11,667,272
7,999, 367
1,984,741
35,946,131
34,532,167
22,662,000
20,551,000
19,265,000
19,467,000
11,398,000
2,179,000
5, 548,000
29, 378,380

FEDERAL LAND BANKS
The statement following shows the condition of the 12 Federal
land banks as of September 30, 1932, taken from reports compiled
by the Federal Farm Loan Board:
Consolidated statement September 80, 1982
ASSETS

Net mortgage loans less principal of delinquent and extended
installments
$1, 128, 529, 592. 70
United States Government securities
97, 106, 755. 36
Bonds of other Federal land banks
2, 127, 490. 52
3ther securities
11, 092, 964. 58
I5ash deposits for matured or called bonds
_
4, 400. 00
3ash on hand and in banks
7, 520, 041. 64
accounts receivable less reserves
2, 264, 520. 82
Totes receivable, etc., less reserves
26, 209, 668. 81
)elinquent installments (principal and interest), less partial
payments and reserves,
7, 002, 520. 99




118

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

Extensions.
Interest accrued
Real estate owned, less reserves.
Sheriffs* certificates, judgments, etc. (subject to redemption),
less reserves.
Banking house
Furniture, fixtures, equipment, etc
Prepaid and deferred expenses
Other assets
„
Total

____

$16, 683, 743. 28
21, 804, 320. 28
32, 231, 489. 49
23,330, 533. 42
2, 633, 227. 13
434, 211. 98
484, 897. 64
1,208, 735. 69
1, 380, 669, 114. 33

LIABILITIES

Farm loan bonds (unmatured), less bonds held b}' banks of
issue
1, 148, 355, 440. 00
Farm loan bonds matured or called
4, 400. 00
Notes payable, etc
100, 000. 00
Dividends declared but unpaid
428, 474. 03
Matured coupons on farm loan bonds
787, 984. 94
Deferred proceeds of loans
88, 200. 72
Accounts payable
957, 794. 67
Interest accrued
17, 018, 922. 47
Advance installment payments
974, 298. 35
Trust accounts
1, 633, 438. 54
Other liabilities
980,756. 00
Deferred income.
2,993, 146. 55
Capital stock
189,394,230. 50
Legal reserves
13,379,697. 41
Other reserves
163, 967. 65
Undivided profits
3,408,362. 50
Total

„

1,380, 669, 114. 33
JOINT-STOCK LAND BANKS

The statement following shows the condition of the 48 joint-stock
land banks as of September 30, 1932, taken from reports compiled
by the Federal Farm Loan Board:
Consolidated statement September S0t 1982
ASSETS

Net mortgage loans less principal of delinquent installments
and reserves
$454, 061, 672. 62
United States Government securities
.__
3, 970, 569. 5S
Farm loan bonds of other banks
604, 451. 2*f
Other securities
187, 827. 1(
Cash deposits for matured or called bonds
1, 000. 0
<
Cash on hand and in banks
6, 646, 182. 4(
Accounts receivable, less reserves.
1, 354, 044. 8
Notes receivable, etc., less reserves.
12, 896, 017. 4
Delinquent installments (principal and interest), less partial
payments and reserves
3, 000,147. €
Interest accrued
8, 187, 182. £
Real estate owned, less reserves
32, 438, 209.1
Sheriffs' certificates, judgments, etc. (subject to redemption),
less reserves
15, 401, 417. '.
Banking house
70,000. I
Furniture, fixtures, equipment, etc
134, 249. '
Prepaid and deferred expenses,
___
34, 679.
Other assets, less reserves
669, 600.
Total.
i Figures for banks in receivership Dot included in the statement.




539, 657, 252.

EEPOET OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

119

LIABILITIES

Farm loan bonds (unmatured), less bonds held by banks 01
issue...
_-._--.___--_
.
__ 477, 237, 840. 00
Certificates in lieu of fractional bonds
9, 264. 20
Farm loan bonds matured or called
„__
3, 000. 00
Notes payable, etc
2, 294, 003. 30
Mortgages assumed on real estate owned
241, 277. 40
Dividends declared but unpaid
24, 338. 89
Matured coupons on farm loan bonds.
647, 982. 72
Deferred proceeds of loans
4, 384. 04
Accounts payable
110, 969. 41
Interest accrued
__
7, 776, 395. 61
Advance installment payments
375, 973. 45
Trust accounts
969, 087. 36
Other liabilities
41, 618. 41
Deferred income
2, 283,265. 61
Capital stock paid in
39, 073, 060. 24
Surplus paid in ____
3, 236, 176. 33
Surplus earned
1,935,455.91
Legal reserves
5, 131,981. 07
Other reserves
792, 469. 53
Undivided profits
2,402,677.55
Deficits--4,933,968. 32
Total

.__

539, 657, 252. 71

FEDERAL INTERMEDIATE CREDIT BANKS

The statement following shows the condition of the 12 Federal
intermediate credit banks as of September 30, 1932, taken from
reports compiled by the Federal Farm Loan Board:
Consolidated statement September 30, 1932
ASSETS

Loans and discounts
$99, 815, 866. 75
United States Government securities less those sold under
repurchase agreement
.
4, 126, 254. 54
Other securities. ___
14, 125. 00
Cash deposits for matured debentures
1, 120, 110. 49
Cash on hand and in banks
7, 797,066. 30
Notes receivable.
661, 068. 57
Accounts receivable..132,093. 39
Interest accrued.
597,352. 20
Furniture, fixtures, equipment, etc
10, 374. 65
Prepaid and deferred expenses
„
25, 637. 56
Loans in suspense
1, 854, 972. 68
Other assets
...
44? 813. 62
Capital stock subscription callable from United States Treasury. 28, 000, 000. 00
Total

-----

144, 199, 735. 75
LIABILITIES

Debentures (unmatured) less those held by banks of issue and
other Federal intermediate credit banks
Debentures matured.
„._.
Rediscounts with banks other than Federal intermediate credit
banks
.
Accounts payable
.
.
Deferred proceeds, loans and discounts
Interest collected, not earned
Matured interest on debentures
Interest accrued
,__
__-Liability for cash collateral..
— „-„.„
Other liabilities
-—147796°—339




76, 815, 000. 00
1, 100, 000. 00
285, 271. 88
114, 222. 56
8, 752. 45
473, 159. 62
20, 110. 49
746, 374. 51
395, 022. 37
110, 317. 93

120

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

Deferred income
.
$73, 753. 30
Capital stock..
60, 000, 000. 00
Surplus, undivided profits and reserves for contingencies (net) _ 4, 057, 750. 64
Total

144, 199, 735. 75

NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL CREDIT CORPORATIONS

Under the provisions of the act of March 4, 1923, United States
Statutes at Large, national agricultural credit corporations may be
formed for the purpose of providing credit facilities for the agricultural and livestock industries of the United States. The Pacific
National Agricultural Credit Corporation of Fresno, Calif., is the
only such corporation now in existence. It is authorized to transact
business within the States of California, Arizona, Utah, Nevada,
Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, and Texas.
A statement of the resources and liabilities of the Pacific National
Agricultural Credit Corporation of Fresno, Calif., as of the close of
business on September 30, 1932, appears below:
RESOURCES

Cash on hand and in banks
United States bonds
Loans
Customers liability under guaranteed advances
Furniture and
fixtures
Accounts receivable
Other assets
Customers' funds held in trust...
Totals

.

$10, 345. 14
241, 804. 75
2, 803, 424. 89
87, 689. 71
3, 501. 10
5, 529. 78
12, 065. 58
49, 626. 92

.

.

....

3, 213, 987. 87

LIABILITIES

Capital stock...
Surplus
Undivided profits
.
Discounts
Guaranteed advances.
Notes payable
Other liabilities
Undistributed trustee funds....
Total.

._
.

500, 000. 00
50,000. 00
14, 258. 86
___. 2, 467, 280. 29
_.
87, 689. 71
._
10, 000. 00
35, 132. 09
49, 626. 92

.

3, 213, 987. 87

UNITED STATES POSTAL SAVINGS SYSTEM

The tables following, compiled by the Third Assistant Postmaster
General, under whose supervision the system operates, disclose comparative statements of the resources and liabilities of the Postal
Savings System for the years ended June 30, 1931 and 1932, together
with a summary of the postal-savings business for the fiscal year ended
June 30, 1932, by States. (The total number of depositors on June
30, 1932, was 1,545,190, an increase of 774,331 in the year, and the
average amount on deposit per depositor was $507.91, compared with
$450.69 a year ago.)




Comparative balance sheet for June 30, 1932 and 1931
June 30, 1932

Items

Working cash:
Depository banks.
Postmasters
Special funds:
Treasurer of the United StatesReserve fund. _
—
Miscellaneous (working) funds _._..

$682,002,878. 75
4,481,652.94
• $686, 484. 531. 69
_..,--.__.-._..--—__„„__..

16,861,338.94
25,915,460. 47

June 30,1931

Increase

$307,184, 507.28
$374,818,371.47
1,703,484.08
2,778,168.86
• $308,887,991.36 377, 596,540.33
11,826,942.41
7,811, 262. 45

Investments, carried at cost price:
United States bonds-—
Postal savings 2H's
.—_„..____________
Fourth Liberty 4H's
........_.„..
United States Treasury 3's.
____._„__
. United States Treasury 3#'s

._-__.„__..
_

19,638, 204.86

5,034,396.53
18,104,198.02
23,138,594. 55

321,444.03

372, 503.17
13, 216.81
7, 640.92
393,360.90

70, 773, 571. 50

26,922,989.13

751, 420. 00
1,024,156. 25
39,209,443. 58
2,865,562. 54
43,850,582. 37

800, 749,707. 53

Accounts receivable:
Accrued interest on bond investments....._.._..._._
Due from discontinued depository banks.
Due from late postmasters

355, 770, 629.38

444,979,078.15

353,237,907.91

437,402,653.00
4, 708,472.10
1,900. 70
1,100.00
442,114,125.80

42,776, 799. 41

675, 245.16
13, 216. 81
26,342.96

302,741. 99
714,804.93

Par value
$13,158,080.00
17,676,750.00
40,040,000.00
3,000,000.00

13,158, 080.00
15, 540,485.38
39,209,443. 58
2,865, 562. 54

Decrease

"l8,"702."6i

12, 406, 660. 00
14, 516,329.13

73,874,830.00
LIABILITIES AND SURPLUS FDNDS

Due depositors:
Outstanding principal, represented by certificates of deposit..
Accrued interest on certificates of deposit—
—
-.
Outstanding savings stamps
.
„
„,
Unclaimed deposits
„„._.
Accounts payable:
Due Postal Service—interest and profits..
Due discontinued depository banks

7S4,819, 402. 00
10,471,063. 41
60, 347. 30
1,221.00

795, 352,033. 71

4, 255,326. 65
4,255,326. 65

Total liabilities
_.
_...
Surplus funds: Interest and profits (undistributed earnings) subject to future
allocation of maturing interest charges
_
._
__.




799,607,360. 36
1,142,347.17
800,749,707. 53

347,416, 749.00
5, 762,591. 31
58,446. 60
121.00
2,239,153. 03
29,872.00

2, 016,173. 62
2,269,025.03

1, 986, 301. 62

355, 506,932. 94 444,100,427. 42
263,696. 44

878, 650. 73

355, 770,629. 38 444,979,078.15
fcO

Comparative statement of interest-earning resources and interest-bearing liabilities for June SO, 1982 and 1931
to
Items

June 30,1932

J u n e SO, 1931

Increase

Decrease

RESOURCES—INTEREST-EARNING

Working cash: Depository banks, per balance sheetInvestments, carried at cost price, per balance sheet

$752,776,450.25

$374,818,371.47
$307,184,507.28
43,850, 582. 37
26, 922,989.13
• $334,107,496.41 418,668,953.84

784,819,402.00

347,416,749.00

437,402,653.00

32,042,951. 75

13,309,252.59

18, 733, 699.16

$682,002,878.75
70, 773,571. 50

.,_-.

LI ABILITIES—INTEREST-BEARING

o

Due depositors: Outstanding principal, represented by certificates of deposit,
per balance sheet.....
.____ .-„.>.
Excess of interest-bearing liabilities

-

...

O

Comparative statement of interest and profits for the fiscal years ended June 80, 1932 and 1981
—

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
Final adjustment—previous year
Excess of income




-

Fiscal year 1932

Fiscal year 1931

$5,346,952.28
1,012, 395.06
403.51

$12,690, 746.56
2,036,443.16
401.46
$14, 727,591.18

Increase

|

Decrease

H

$7,343, 794. 28
1,024, 048.10
$2.05
$6,359, 750.85

8,367,840.33

9,585,429.19

4,091,371. 74

5, 494,057. 45

8,174.61
10.00
878,650. 73

44.76
10,472,264.53

4,120, 597.82

8,129.85
10.00
849,469.41
6, 351,666. 71

4, 255,326.65

2,239,153.03

2,016,173.62

29~18L32

o

Summary of postal savings business for the fiscal year ended June SO, 1982, by States

State

United States.
Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas..
California
„
_
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
.
District of Columbia.
Florida
Georgia.
Hawaii.
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
_
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts....
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire..
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
_„.
North Carolina...
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma,.......

Balance to
the credit of
depositors
June 30, 1931

Deposits l

$347,416,749

$873,881,917

3, 519,489
661,042
2,517,561
4, 287,271
11,729,863
5,202,760
3,413,850
167,240
862,572
25,382,459
6,570,849
40, 201
3,144, 500
31,060,964
6,783,620
14,344, 235
6,033,774
2,051,677
854,947
170,303
453, 491
7,611,143
13,131,115
11,149, 535
1, 578,187
10, 209, 616
6,478,146
6, 301,199
54.5, 326
1,037, 291
7, 246, 708
2, 017,669
55,962,172
4, 347,845
3, 402,973
9, 209,881
9,844,542

7,599,987
641,693
7,539,307
10,227,050
57,823,067
10, 261,992
9,303,239
476,819
2,137,760
33,667,819
10,260,006
184,960
6,259,775
109,122,464
21,341,575
36,566,829
11,110,115
5,869,730
2,542,873
722,019
1,758,218
31,856,974
42, 675,165
19, 694,198
4,785,076
21,962,011
9,407, 297
15,862, 073
1,477,875
1, 646, 560
28,181,818
3,098, 758
83,864,794
11,722,365
5,740, 394
49, 256,195
16, 058,392

Withdrawals 1 2

Balance to Increase in
the credit of balances to
depositors the credit of
J u n e 30,1932 depositors

$436,479,264 $784,819,402 $437,402,653 $36,355.70
4,265,384
487,356
3,948,991
5,888,071
23,014,633
5,822,038
3,545,971
236, 951
1,254,735
31,174,268
7,456,692
87,261
3,953,266
43,751, 509
9, 656,165
6,666,116
2,715 f 765
1,084,427
179,292
9,255,815
16, 242,839
10,495,401
2,300, 734
11,945, 439
6, 029,825
8, 737,962
877, 277
771,142
10,782,839
2, 041,727
58, 047, 505
5,769,486
3, 279,146
17,128, 638
10,954,905

6,854,092
815,379
6,107,877
8,626,250
46, 538,297
9,642,714
9,171,118
407,108
1,745, 597
27,876,010
9,374,163
137,900
5,451,009
96,431,919
18,469,030
32,022,366
10,477,773
5,205,642
2,313,393
713,030
1,519,686
30,212,302
39, 563,441
20, 348, 332
4,062,529
20, 226,188
9,855,618
13, 425, 310
1,145, 924
1,912, 709
24, 645, 687
3, 074, 700
81, 779,461
10, 300, 724
5, 864, 221
41, 337,438
14, 948,029

3,334,603
154,337
3, 590, 316
4,338,979
34,808,434
4,439,954
5, 757,268
239,868
883,025
2,493, 551
2,803,314
97,699
2,306,509
65,370,955
11,685,410
17,678,131
4,443,999
3,153,965
1,458,446
542, 727
1,066,195
22, 601,159
26, 432, 326
9,198, 797
2,484,342
10,016, 572
3, 377,472
7,124, 111
875,418
17, 398, 979
1,057,031
25, 817, 289
5, 952, 879
2, 461, 248
32,127, 557
5,103, 487

1 These totals include the amount of $13,686,065 transferred between depository offices
2 This total includes $1,100 written off postmasters' accounts current as unclaimed.




Sold

40.60
30.30
176.30
889.00
264.00
217.80
28.80
387. 40
728.80
3i)3.10
1.10
80.60
1,867.50
375.50
280.80
100.80
180.80
44.40
181. 70
99.20
931.00
544.90
313.70
101.70
420.40
132.60
212.20
6.00
259. 50
1,365.10
23.50
5,195.20
194.10
129.60
785.60
227.00

Redeemed

Amount at
interest in
banks
June 30, 1932

Interest
received from
banks

Interest
paid depositors

Amount
of deposits surrendered
for bonds

$34,455.00 $681,726,890,60 $12, 690,746. 56 $4,876,957.09 $13,871,880
45.00
23.00
145.00
752.00
218.00
209.00
30.00
307.00
723.00
349.00
1.00
71.00
1,480.00
339.00
248.00
101.00
142.00
39.00
174.00
69.00
871.00
421.00
303.00
92.00
404.00
149.00
169.00
10.00
246.00
1,359.00
13.00
4,990.00
177.00
93.00
625.00
224.00

5,999,526.34
802,016.20
3, 563,362. 92
6, 250,184. 71
47,175,923.65
8,656,093. 97
6, 569,401.84
354,146.60
1,540,032.89
28,696,542.11
9,053,173.66
140,358.10
4,266,731.25
66,942,415.99
14, 906,996.20
24,544,569.33
9,571,298. 27
4,394,518. 54
2,122,837.97
566,944.89
1,510,122.04
24,894,350.87
36, 424,974.41
17, 759,927.15
1,917,756.98
17,995,014.75
9,682,191.97
8, 254, 202.62
779, 490.47
1,745,316.84
22, 897,256.26
2, 290, 273.11
77,198,034.98
8, 403, 404.11
4,915,986.45
40,482, 221.36
13,909,000.12

119,380.24
17,510.95
77,777.30
117,229.49
786,689.56
171,726.23
114,761.43
7,279.87
30,764.43
590,696.80
196,726.68
1,867.77
92,094.89
966,006.76
295,097. 52
500,335. 92
194,790. 00
68,199.84
34,331.17
8,404.36
24,872.99
393,360. 90
695,038.03
349, 257.37
34, 549.12
326, 755.81
196, 320.53
146,162.09
14, 783.35
33,461.14
395,009.84
52,870.44
1, 721, 699.10
146,025.73
102,808.37
612,041.39
307,084.29

42,969.23
12,709.11
36,811.92
54,769.17
169,976.86
87,579.36
43,299. 62
2,274.93
11,693. 53
302,944.39
86,151. 92
512.88
53,746. 58
373,645.37
83,014. 66
228,897.27
92,301.34
26,706. 80
13,304.70
2,324.89
6,136.24
127,906. 26
132,386.36
180,177.32
17,667.22
154,986.71
105,904.00
91, 784.87
8,494.06
13,438.65
98, 556.15
27,578.09
786, 331.70
47, 744.26
52,415.66
136,955.76
139, 303.73

109,520
32,700
44,280
219,820
749,880
264, 860
7,600
203,920
506,800
127,400
33, 520
1,062,740
737,080
941,100
423,560
239,260
21,280
8,400
79,380
31,080
918,920
725,840
76,860
467, 440
194, 200
561, 600
23, 500
15,140
12,500
148, 560
150, 280
120, 900
1, 403, 600
307,940
60
CO

Summary of postal savings business for the fiscal year ended June SOt 1982, by States—Continued

State

Balance to
the credit of
depositors

Deposits

Withdrawals

June 30,1931

Oregon
Pennsylvania
Puerto Rico
__
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
_.
Vermont
Virginia
Virgin Islands, United StatesWashington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming




5,963,129
19, 294, 235
229, 293
568, 004
3,993, 573
7, 032,664
2, 247, 311
8,159, 070
754, 561
66, 398
1, 284, 012
28, 337
10, 581, 437
2, 894, 068
2, 646, 223
2, 348, 418

13,706,730
56, 518,138
994, 254
1, 389, 373
11, 894, 078
10,472, 576
5,102, 390
24, 257,073
3,197,485
227,866
3,680, 745
35, 563
28, 660,673
6,109, 465
10, 926, 978
4,001, 288

7,114, 043
24,901,039
603, 383
527,071
5,772,465
7,690,010
2, 531, 349
12,133, 671
1,188, 484
1,611,436
23, 407
13, 761, 373
2,999, 414
3, 666, 598
2,465,261

Savings stamps

Balance to
the credit of
depositors
June 30,1932

Increase in
balances to
the credit of
depositors

Sold

Redeemed

12, 555,816
50,911, 334
620,164
1,430, 306
10,115,186
9,815, 230
4,818, 352
20,282,472
2,763, 562
234, 296
3,353,321
40, 493
25, 480, 737
6, 004,119
9, 906, 603
3, 884, 445

6,592,687
31,617, 099
390,871
862, 302
6,121, 613
2, 782, 566
2, 571, 041
12,123, 402
2, 009,001
167, 898
2,069, 309
12,156
14,899, 300
3,110,051
7, 260, 380
1, 536, 027

200.70
2, 251.30
15,047.20
167.60
156.70
168.10
38.30
416.70
55.40
26.70
100.70
57.50
151.90
88.40
159.60
58.30

167.00
2,048.00
15,145.00
190.00
139.00
137.00
53.00
375.00
36.00
12.00
79.00
54.00
122.00
57.00
185.00
45.00

to

Amount at
interest in
banks
June 30, 1932

Interest
received from
banks

Interest
paid depositors

11, 029,142.64
46,911,741.83
125, 379.98
1, 269, 657.00
8,810,482.19
8,365,807.48
4,465, 632.64
19, 500, 302.24
2,299,233.41
134, 872.22
2,827,120.90

197,183.23
911,439.86
3, 322.94
21, 562. 50
152,468.05
188, 231.60
84,176.88
361,904. 67
35,232.68
2,400.30
49,821.23

22, 261,189.07
6,650, 586.78
7,461,276.16
2, 437, 866.14

447,
123,
114,
53,

96, 360.58
270,934.31
3, 274.37
8, 216.09
56,433.70
108, 620.70
29,175.21
121,233.92
13, 354.08
915.18
16,046.78
424.25
175, 586.54
39, 316.79
42, 605.27
41,057. 75

670.74
332.39
432.15
795.64

Amount
of deposits surrendered
for bonds
275, 040
771, 700
10,000
237, 400
223, 080
108, 640
406, 600
18, 760
2,000
76,120
289,600
112, 300
185, 200
85,500

125

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY
SCHOOL SAVINGS BANKING

Statistics relative to school savings banks in the various States and
the District of Columbia for the school years ended 1931 and 1932,
with comparative yearly totals beginning with the school year ended
1920, are shown in the following tables:
School savings, by States, 1980-31 and 1931-82
[Compiled by the Saving Bank Division of the American Bankers' Association]
Number participating

Number of
schools

Deposits

Net savings

States
1930-31 1931-32

United States.. 1 4 , 6 2 8 ^
Alabama
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware.District of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho _-._
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland.._
Massachusetts. __
Michigan...
Minnesota
M ississi ppiMissouri
Montana 2
Nebraska
Nevada
New HampshireNew Jersey
..
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina. _
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma..
Oregon.
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina 3.
South Dakota....
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
__.
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia.....
Wisconsin
Wyoming
1

67
26
7
2,496
633
64
44
39
89
73
27
600
270
217
33
43
19
339
114
1,186
427
300
4
203
50
112
796
10
1,463^
71
17
812
72
130
1,912
350
49
41
236
19
24
114
337
142
298
2

Loss.




1930-31

1931-32

1930-31

1931-32

1930-31

1931-32

12,686 4,482, 634 3,106,510 $25,977,216.41 $17,680,364.92 $2,167,499.58 1 $2,926,902.12
65
2,432
3
554
68

137,330.25
122, 750. 35
27,632 22,820
56,411. 38
13, 786
6, 307.67
2,285
448, 512 421,920 1, 530,127. 79 1,099,064.50
1, 547. 81
896
1,041.15
419
956,881.09
118, 327 112, 740
656, 713. 20
185,957.48
34, 227 32, 335
130, 747. 27

35,064. 34
6, 543. 88
18,001. 73
1 3,323. 09
798,330.49 1 691,103.90
917. 62
136,394.07
1 54,378.09
1 6, 259. 52 1 46, 545. 65

45,190.95
43,273. 28
141,222, 97

50,180. 27
45,190. 95
2,612. 87
1 9,444. 50
1 13,356. 91 1 15,409. 23
31,416. 93
11,161. 57
630.41
1 82, 701. 60 1 207,911. 65
1 6, 811. 53 1 92, 472. 82
1 22,415. 30 1 80, 351. 81
1,188. 84
1 6,002. 46
3,420. 93
* 873. 07
4, 543. 44
4,902. 40
62, 271. 22
50, 096.15
300, 695. 80
99, 454. 40
459, 479. 50
260, 238.14
1 40,185. 65 1 205, 973. 04
148, 696. 82
l 8,427. 62
107.00
21,539. 30
188,051. 79

36
416
198
205
18
21
19
342
108
1,091
337
360
2
197

50,180. 27
5,851
5,169
66,619. 22
10, 704 17,955
154,361. 43
51,891 35, 788
33, 625. 25
4,589
22,932. 69
5,972
3,564
136,992 108,198 1,000, 523.16
449, 279. 51
73,114 61, 669
360,147. 42
68,686 50, 774
82,052. 42
9,552
5,112
38,167.00
7,042
2,390
17,163. 25
1,833
1,405
149,839.13
35,174 35, 620
501, 222. 52
49, 716 41, 390
239, 280 220, 594 1,251,401.79
682,922. 78
135, 774 89, 507
665, 588.15
127, 436 129,804
834
582,454.33
92, 777 67,094

2
123
695
10
1,428
45
20
470
60
112
1,687
326

6,617
264,231
668
979, 895
20,768
1,040
277,603
15,113
55,184
659,086
120, 856

317
7,782
233, 520
2,595
271, 920
15, 213
1,107
103, 710
7,351
73, 768
529,408
112, 724

10, 963
24,236
95, 335
1,785
2,306
29,524
106,669
30, 340
78, 367

7,837
10, 863
64,527
576
899
25, 567
74,044
24, 707
70, 974

41
25
113

44
35
237
7
25
90
181
122
314
2
2

12,471.11
635,813. 35
242,417. 63
203, 221. 30
33,420.15
7,978.28
16, 727. 36
130, 455. 52
92, 265. 22
953, 284. 34
357,455. 28
488, 555. 04
3, 797.13
446,827. 48

188,197.07

3, 379. 53 1 148,295. 20
1 1,412. 20
1,012. 55
452. 87
39, 072. 26
16,475.12
35,412. 85
7, 649. 07
2, 644, 925. 30 1, 307, 957. 59
93,107. 30 l 165,482.11
3, 726. 36
1,433. 69
1, 309. 02
* 558. 88
4, 606,108. 24 4,443, 619. 37 159,115. 46
* 45, 616. 99
52,902.17
78, 573.15
13, 308. 75
1 5, 215. 55
7,041. 47
3, 608.15
2,102. 88
2, 284. 71
517,180. 60 1 80,190. 72 1 149, 842. 36
1,605, 615. 75
12, 258. 66 1 204, 413.16
23, 300. 49
1 9,414. 27
236, 763. 62
364, 798. 82
23,145. 58 1 102, 422. 27
4,061,199. 50 2,851,066. 51
29, 592. 85 11, 015, 404. 23
745, 703. 92 1 87, 694. 58 1 180, 809. 55
862,430. 05

No report since 1928-29

96, 593. 47
140,477. 46
372, 016. 73
5, 930.12
5, 773. 93
178, 626. 40
953, 850. 65
131,438. 87
627,909. 85

60,157. 59
107, 351. 49
265,919. 38
1, 952. 42
4, 989. 52
144, 849. 64
478,867.99
87, 311. 58
448, 537. 02

1, 654. 60 1 18,027. 26
1 5,944. 48 1 16,910. 24
1 25, 579. 49
101, 480. 09
1 2, 578. 31
2, 963. 44
300.91
3, 699.10
4, 547. 09
20, 812. 47
75, 937. 40 1 151, 228. 90
1 14, 089. 96
30, 510.11
31, 448. 82 1 107, 352. 99

No report since 1926-27.

126

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY
School savings, by States, 1980-31 and

1981-82—Continued

TOTALS—UNITED STATES
Number of
schools
1931-32.
1930-31.
1929-30.
1928-29.
1927-28.
1928-27.
1925-26.
1924-25.
1923-24.
1922-23.
1921-22.
1920-21.
1919-20.

Number participating

12, 686
14, 62814, 610]
14, 254H
13,835
12,678
11, 371
10,163
9,080
6,868
4,785
3,316
2,736

Deposits

Net savings

3,106, 510 $17, 680, 364.92 i $2,926, 902. 12
4,482,340 25,977, 216. 41
2,167, 499. 58
4, 597, 731 29,113, 063. 48
7,690, 529. 68
4, 222,935 28, 672, 496.00 10, 539,928. 46
3,980, 237 26, 005,138. 04
9, 476, 391. 32
3, 742, 551 23, 703, 436. 80 9, 464,178. 93
3,403, 746 20, 469, 960. 88 8, 770, 731. 05
2, 869,497 16, 961, 560. 72 7, 779, 992. 55
2, 236, 326! 14,991,535.40
8, 566,991. 27
1,907, 851 10, 631,838. 69
1, 295,607
5, 775,122.32
802,906
4,158,050.15
462, 651
2,800,301.18

i Loss.

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, 1932, it will be noted that the aggregate expenses were
$5,152,498.37, of which $737,849 was paid from appropriations and
$4,414,649.37 reimbursements by the banks. The salary rolls aggregated $690,346.64, of which $261,794.62 was paid from appropriations
and the remainder from funds reimbursed by the banks.
Taxes paid by national banks on circulating notes issued amounted
to $3,175,189.24. Deducting from this amount the expenses of the
bureau paid from congressional appropriations, $737,849, leaves the
net income to the Government on account of the tax on circulation at
$2,437,340.24.
Expenses incident to maintenance of Currency Bureau and net income derived by the
Government from taxes on national-bank notes, fiscal year ended June 80, 1932
Expenses
Expenses repaid from ap-j imbursed by
propriations
banks

Salaries:
Kegular roll, including retirement deductions
National currency reimbursable roll, including retirement
deductions
Federal reserve issue and redemption division, including
retirement deductions
Insolvent national bank division roll, including retirement
deductions
_
_
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
Total general expenses
_
_
Currency issues:
National-bank notesPaper
_
Printing, etc
_..
Plates (reimbursed)..
Federal reserve notes—
Paper
_.
Printing, etc
.-..
Plates
Total currency issues.
„_.




Total expenses

$261, 794. 62
$52,140.20
60, 741.35
315, 670.47
32,158.64
4,466. 87

35, 471. 07
6, 455. 06

2,835.01
200.00

34, 565. 05
116,151. 70

60, 917. 92
375, 445. 94
17, 802. 00
149, 690. 86
765,353. 52
92, 590. 50
1,461,800.00

127

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

Expenses incident to maintenance of Currency Bureau and net income derived by the
Government from taxes on national-bank notes, fiscal year ended June 30,1982—-

Continued.

Expenses
Expenses repaid from ap- imbursed by
propriations
banks
Expenses on account of national bank examining service, paid
by b a n k s . .
-.
.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
_

$2, 737,897. 25 $2,737,897. 25
59,104. 09
59,104.09
45, 795.15
45,795.15
9,460. 29
9,460.29
31,912. 51
31,912.51
$737,849.00

.._

Total expenses

4, 414,649.37

5,152,498.37

Tax paid by national banks on circulating notes
$3, 175, 189. 24
Toi expenses of Currency Bureau paid from congressional ap>tal
propriations
737, 849. 00
Net income to Government from taxes on circulation
2, 437, 340. 24
Respectfully submitted.
F. G. AWALT,

Acting Comptroller oj the Currency.
To the SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.







APPENDIX
129

131

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OP THE CURRENCY

TABLE N O . 1.—Comptrollers and Deputy Comptrollers of the Currency, dates of
appointment and resignation, and States whence appointed
No.

Date of
appointment

Name

Date of
resignation

State

COMPTROLLERS OF THE CURRENCY
May
Mar.
Feb.
Apr.
May
Apr.
May
Aug.
Apr.
Jan.
Oct.
Apr.
Feb.
Mar.
May
Dec.
Nov.

9,1863 Mar. 8,1865 Indiana.
21,1865 July 24,1866 New York.
1,1867 Apr. 3,1872 Ohio.
25,1872 Apr. 30,1884 Minnesota.
12,1884 Mar. 1,1886
Do.
20,1886 Apr. 30,1889 South Carolina.
1,1889 June 30,1892 Michigan.
2,1892 Apr. 25,1893 New York.
26,1893 Dec. 31,1897 Illinois.
1,1898 Sept. 30,1901
Do.
1,1901 Mar. 28,1908
Do.
28,1908 Apr. 27,19131 New York.
2,1914 Mar. 2,1921 Virginia.
17,1921 Apr. 30,1923 Ohio.
1,1923 Dec. 17,1924 Illinois.
20,1924 Nov. 20,1928
Do.
21,1928 Sept. 20,1932 Ohio.

May
Aug.
Mar.
Aug.
Jan.
Jan.
Aug.
Apr.
Mar.
Sept.
June
July
May
July
Jan.
July
July
Dec.

McCiilloch, Hugh
Clarke, Freeman
Hulburd, Hiland R
Knox, John Jay
Cannon, Henry W
Trenholm, William L
Lacey, Edward S
Hepburn, A. Barton
Eckles, James H
Dawes, Charles G
Ridgely, William Barret
Murray, Lawrence O
Williams, John Skelton
Crissinger, D. R
Dawes, Henry M
Mclntosh, Joseph W
Pole, J. W

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
1,1927
6.1927
1.1928

DEPUTY COMPTROLLERS OF THE CURRENCY
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
Await, F. G
Gough, E. H
Proctor, John L
1

•-

Term expired.

2

Aug.
Jan.
Apr.
Jan.
Jan.
May
Mar.
Mar.
Aug.
June
Mar.
Feb.
Dec.
June
Nov.

1,1865
31,1867
24,1872
3.1886
3.1887
25,1890
16,1893
11,1896
31.1898
27.1899
2,1923
14,1927
19,1924
30.1927
30.1928

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

Died Mar. 2,1923.

TABLE N O . 2.—Names and compensation of officers and clerks in the office of the
Comptroller of the Currency, October 81, 1932
Name
Quinn, Edmund F
Yeatman, John P
Gross, Clyde E
Kane, William A
Avery, Antoinette
Marble, George R
Burton, Russell O
Offutt, William F
Fuller, Jane L
Johnston, Edna E
Thompson, George
Frye, Ruby M
Reese, William H
Verrill, Harry M
Wilson, Gordon K
Bock, Carl.
Tucker, Samuel M
Wigginton, Norval P
Ellis, H. B
Herndon, John W
Buell, Willard E
Hanlon, Margaret T
Lewis, John O
Basinger, Walter S
Lamb, Joseph E
O'Mara, Vera L
Moyer, Alta T
Tylor, Gertrude I
Whelan, Marjorie B

__
._




Designation
Administrative officer
Senior administrative assistant..
Administrative assistant
Senior administrative assistant-,
do
.do..
Junior administrative assistantdo
_do.
_do_.
.do..
.do..
_do_.
_do_.
do
Principal clerk
Junior administrative assistantdo.
Principal clerk
.do_.
.do,.
Senior clerk
.—do
Principal clerk.
do..
Senior clerk
Senior clerk stenographer..
Principal clerk
do...

Salary
$4,800
3,700
3,600
3,400
3,300
3,300
3,200
2,900
2,800
2,800
2,800
2,700
2,700
2,700
2,700
2,700
2,600
2,600
2,600
2,500
2,400
2,400
2,400
2,300
2,300
2,300
2,300
2,300
2,300

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TABLE NO. 2.—Names and compensation of officers and clerks in the office of the
Comptroller of the Currency, October 31, 1932—Continued
Name
Reed, S. E_
Lovelly, Laura F
Jones, Margaret E
O'Brien, May F
Bentley, Thomas B
Heizer, Helen V
Horsey, Olga S
Wright, Nellie K
Friedrichs, Minna K
Jump, Mollie C
Pumphrey, C arrie B
Trumbull, Annette M
Andrews, Ettie F_
__.
Haley, John R_
Hilleary, Rua
Jones, Nell H
Harris, John E
King, Dorothy C
Erickson, Bertha V
Heizer, Nannie B
Munnerlyn, Joseph A
Nolan, Lida A
Smith, Helen M
Young, Grace E
Beall, Clara M
Jamieson, William G
Lowell, Harriet P
Gorham, W. Abbott
Haygood, Ethel
Bales, Anna S
Brumbaugh, Delia L
Buckley, Regina C
Chisholm, Elizabeth
Colburn, Nellie A
_.
Hopkins, Edna I_
...
Kelly, George
Magruder, Edith P
Nichols, Sada C
Schiller, Ernestine H
Walker, Johanna S
Weeks, Katherine
Mortimer, Mary H
Baldwin, Wallace N
Burlingame, Delia J
-Hewson, Ella
Jorgenson, John A
Barry, Gertrude I
Crocker, Henry A. D
Haymon, N . Mabel
Mallet, Katherine H
McCrone, Clara O'B
_
McKinney, Elva L
Quackenbush, Dorothy S.
Tschiffely, Lacey B . R
Dodge, Victor H
Dailey, William
Caudell, Mary L
Mueller, Pauline
Smith, Clara E
Watts, Metta F
Sazama, Alice R
McPherson, Mabel E
Glenn, Frances Moncure_.
Barksdale, George T
C ana van, Josephine M
Croson, Maud B
_
Kellam, Margaret M
McFadden, Arthur M
Shaffer, Dorothy L
Wilson, Mildred C
Wolfe, Alice M
Ford, Ethel D
Herring, Sarah E
Parsons, Ruth
Ethridge, Elsie E
Fox, Bessie E
Fubershaw, Miriam
Shea, Catherine L
Treuthart, Hubert
Hatter, Madeline B
Kidd, Jeannette B




Designation
Senior clerk.
Clerk
.Senior clerk.
Clerk.
Senior clerk,
doSenior clerk stenographer..
do
Assistant clerk
.doClerk stenographer..
do
Clerk
-_._do
.do
d
Clerk stenographerAssistant clerk
do..
_do_.
.do..
..doo
Head typist
Senior operator, office devices.
Clerk.
Clerk stenographer..
do
Assistant clerk
do
..do..
..do-,
-do..
.do..
_do_.
_do_.
.do-.
_do_.
_do.
Clerk.
Assistant clerk stenographer.
Junior clerk
do
do
_—.do
Assistant clerk.
.do
.do.,
.do..
_do_.
_do_.
-do-,
.doAssistant clerk stenographerJunior clerk
Assistant clerk
Assistant clerk.
do.
do.
Assistant clerk-stenographer.
Senior stenographer
Junior clerk
Assistant clerk
do
,_do_
,_do.
..do.
..do.
.do.
-doAssistant clerk-stenographer.
do
do
Senior stenographer .
.do
_do.
_do.
Assistant clerk-stenographer. _
Senior operator, office devices.
do_._
_

Salary$2, 200
2,160
2,100
2,040
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
1,980
1,980
1,980
1,980
1,920
1,920
1,920
1,920
1,860
1,860
1,860
1,860
1,860
1,860
1,860
1,860
1,860
1,860
1,860
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,740
1,740
1,740
1,740
1,740
1,740
1,740
1,740
1,740
1,740
1,680
1,680
1,680
1,680
1,680
1,680
1,680
1,620
1,620
1,620
1,620
1,620
1,620
1,620
1,620
1,620
1,620
1,620
1,620
1,620
1,620
1,620
1,620
1,620
1,620

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TABLE N O . 20.—Names and compensation of officers and clerks in the office of the
Comptroller of the Currency, October 81, 1932—Continued
Designation

Name

Salary-

Senior operator, office devices..
Junior clerk
Senior typist
Counter clerk
do.
Under clerk _
Junior clerk,
do.
Junior operator, office devices „
do
Junior clerk
Under clerk
Money counter
Junior clerk typist
do.
Junior clerk
Junior mechanicC oun ter clerk
Money counter. _
Messenger
do.
Junior stenographer
Junior operator, office devices,
do.
Junior clerk
Money counter,
do
_do.
..do.
..do.
.do
Under clerk.
,_do_
Money counter.
do
Messenger
do
_do.
-do.
_do.
Senior laborer. _.
..-do.
Under clerk
Money counter.
Messenger
Senior laborer- _.
Under clerk
Money counter.
do

Moore, May LaPorte
O'Donnell, Josephine A_
Parsons, Edith N
_.
Frock, Annie C
.__
Harleston, Catherine
Chiles, Charles R
—
Elmore, Annie L
Taylor, Mathilda S
Chamberlain, Robert J_.
Kemether, Eva C
Wood, Kathleen
Dillard, John__
Marks, Grace J
Shely, Myrtle B
White, Grace M
Brown, Edith L
"Weeks, George W
Dillon, Minnie L
Curtin, Anna E
Braxton, Henry
Whiteman, Edgar
Arvidson, Ruth V
Brannock, Burneta
Smith, Mabel W
Sheward, Adelaide H._ _
DuRant, Anna K
Dutrow, Mary H
Duvall, Grace N
Mennel, Theresa
Reese, Aline
Roberts, Victoria..
Miller, Bellum
Simms, Harry E
Haley, Mary C
Settle, May C. W
Blount, Joseph T
Carroll, John I
Cover, Thomas A
Jones, George S
Mims, AlvinE
Holland, Thomas
Taylor, John H
Mann, Harry C
Gervais, Gladys E
Hill, Edgar W
Thompson, Frank
Mundie, James F
Doucet, E v a H
Hurd, Agnes E
Robinson, Bessie N - — ~ .
Simber, Marie C
Barrett, Lester J
Berkley, Guy H
Willard, Etta J
Jackson, Emmitt G
Marshall, Eugene H
Tillman, Melvin
Taylor, Mary F
_.
Williams, Beatrice.-.-...

$1,620
1,620
1,620
1,620
1,620
1,620
1,620
1,620
1,560
1,660
1,560
1,560
1,560
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,380
1,380
1,380
1,380
1,380
1,380
1,380
1,380
1,380
1,380
1,380
1,320
1,320
1,320
1,320
1,260
1,260
1,260
1,260
1,260
1,260
1,260
1,260
1,200
1,200
1,200
600
600

do
do.
Money counter.
Messenger
.-do.
.do.
Minor domestic attendant....do

TABLE NO. 3.—Number of national banks organized since February 25, 1863,
number passed out of the system, and number in existence October 81, 1932
Under
Under
Under
Under

act of Feb. 25,1863
act of June 3, 1864
gold currency act of July 12,1870
act of Mar. 14, 1900..
-

-

-

456
8,441
10
— - 4,737

-

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 receiver 1

-

4,907
208
368
2,057

13,644

Total number passed out of the system

7,540

Number now in existence

6,104

-

i Exclusive of those restored to solvency.




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TABLE NO. 4.—Authorized capital stock of national banks on the first day of each
month from January ly 1928, to November 1, 1932, United States bonds on
deposit to secure circulation, circulation secured by bonds on deposit, 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 reports 1920 and 1927J

Date

1928

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

Number of
banks

1930
January—.
February. _
March
April
May
June
July
August
September.
October
November.
December..
1931

JanuaryFebruary. _
March
April
May
June
July
August
September.
October
November.
December..

Lawful
Total
money on
nationaldeposit to bank notes
redeem
circulation outstanding

£662,380,082
659,332,017
661,481,322
662,412, 992
661,127,660
661,522,450
658, 732,988
658,463,423
660, 518,182
660, 463, 912
662, 705,675
663,931,957

7,687
7,666
7,643
7,628
7,601
7,599
7,587
7,565
7,539
7,521

1, 636, 452,948 667,013,340
1,639,865, 948 667, 488, 340
1,670,265,948 666,432,090
1,659,418, 448 666,630,890
1,625,654,448 666,221, 390
1,626, 902,040 666,233,140
1, 635, 308, 915 666,199,140
1, 669, 218,815 666,407, 040
1, 679, 991, 015 666,864, 280
1, 676, 066, 015 667,093, 770
1, 686, 251, 665 666, 736,100
1,692,229,165 667,635,650

662, 904, 627
662, 455, 487
659,651, 580
661, 924, 472
663, 364, 517
663, 328, 203
662, 773, 570
657, 764, 443
649, 297, 900
652, 823,980
661,822,047
664,115,977

35,877, 502
34, 822, 732
35, 231, 759
36, 750, 627
38, 720, 772
39, 651,731
41, 520, 872
39, 707, 550
38, 652, 573
38, 564,685
38,506,768
37, 465,128

698, 782,129
697, 278, 219
694,883, 339
698,675,099
702,085, 289
702, 979, 934
704, 294, 442
697,471,993
687, 950, 563
691, 388, 665
700,328,815
701, 581,105

7,472
7,440
7,412
7,372
7,361
7,335
7,311
7,277
7,262
7,243
7, 218
7,185

1, 714, 224,015 667, 774, 650
1, 715, 527, 415 667, 464, 790
1, 718,132, 565 667,108, 740
1, 717,107,165 667, 251, 240
1, 713, 508,165 667, 650, 750
1, 754, 760,629 667,156, 250
1, 753, 790,629 666, 824, 750
1, 752,883,129 666, 406, 250
1, 753,458,129 667, 320, 950
1, 748, 968,129 667,819, 250
1, 748, 495,629 669,128,450
1, 741, 729, 668 669, 222, 350

663, 823,167
664, 468, 092
664, 928,197
665,107, 343
665, 974, 780
665, 719, 485
665,607, 070
663, 528,038
664, 838,833
665,853, 557
668,017,935
668,033,075

34,118,073
32,115, 298
31, 669, 648
31, 066, 745
31, 225, 248
31, 933,193
32, 710, 398
33, 025,390
32,984,335
33,414,773
32,137,965
31, 911, 805

697,941,240
696, 583,390
696, 597, 745
696,174,088
697, 200, 028
697, 562,678
698,317,468
696, 553,428
697,823,168
699,268,330
700,155,900
699, 944,880

7,144
7,097
7,049
7,004
6,982
6,937
6,886
6,841
6,790
6,744
6,619
6,564

1,737,079,668 668, 550,850
1, 732,131, 068 666, 204, 350
1, 728, 321, 068 667, 434,800
1, 725, 826, 068 667, 982, 300
1, 724, 821, 068 668, 503, 700
1, 718, 432,146 667, 419,300
1, 713, 822,146 667,154, 800
1, 709, 282,146 668,305,100
1, 705, 277,146 667,950,100
1,697, 752,146 667,098, 590
1,660, 760,146 665, 255, 340
1,633,380,350 660,625,090

667,078,250
664,451, 097
664, 220,805

31, 358,445
31,939,068
33, 892, 703
32, 566, 685
666, 770,878 31, 278,173
30, 709, 438
665, 591, 438 31, 413, 008
666, 594, 576 31, 911,240
666, 020, 536 32, 239, 745
665, 271,853 32, 861, 923
665,182, 578 33,826, 453
658,491,916 43,896,465

698,436,695
696,390,165
698,113,508
699, 249,583
698,049,051
696, 599,126
697,004,446
698, 505,816
698, 260, 281
698,133,776
699,009,031
702,388,381

6,411
6,339
6,307
6,278
6,255
6,205
6,172
6,145
6,128
6,104

1,644,834,765 666,474,590
1,635,615, 265 660,409, 240
1,608, 392, 765 664, 944,440
1, 605, 062, 765 667, 669, 240
1, 602, 337, 815 668,882, 490
1, 598, 067,815 669, 827, 590
1, 589, 685,815 670, 487, 590
1, 576, 995,815 672, 408, 440
1, 574, 254,815 733,600, 490
1, 571, 709, 825 780, 377, 630
1, 645, 519, 825 799, 672, 590

664,798,311
654, 580,738
665,138,348
666,238,578
666,472,241
668, 580,423
669, 570, 345
667,831,250
719,829,513
769,831,107
787,913, 945

710,611,896
715,764, 616
732,377,223
737,939,263
737,996,081
738,616,923
736,674,213
733,877,423
783,406,353
832,022, 785
863,075, 900

1932

January...
February. _
March
April
May
June
July
August
September.
October
November.

United
Circulation
States bonds secured
on deposit by United
States
to secure
bonds
circulation

7,821 .1,537,432,615 $667,127,710
7,810 1, 541,562,615 666,230,710
7,793 1,542,207,615 667,011,210
7, 78,3 1, 564, 712,615 666,866,710
7,761 1, 585,632,615 666,196,460
7,748 1, 585, 547, 615 667,491,900
7,745 1, 598,007,615 665, 658, 650
7,723 1, 610,676,615 666,643, 200
7,717 1, 614,656,615 666, 732, 700
7,716 1, 620, 279,115 667, 318, 040
7,707 1,619,589,115 667,168,440
7,705 1,630,507,448 667, 508, 440

1929

January..
February _.
March
April
May
June
July..
August
September.
October
November,
December. _

Authorized
capital stock

$38,623, 507 $701,003, 589
38,407, 517 697, 739, 534
38,250,372 699, 731,694
36,802, 227 699, 215, 219
38,814, 509 699,942,169
39, 757,992 701,280,442
40,887,664 699,620,652
38,926, 224 697,389,647
38, 299,802 698, 817,984
37,688,747 698,152,659
37,446,779 700,152,454
36,248,802 700,180, 759

45,813,585
61,183,878
67, 238,875
71,700,685
71, 523,840
70,036, 500
67,103,868
66,046,173
63, 576, 840
62,191,678
75,161, 955

NOTE.—Notes redeemed but not assorted not included in circulation outstanding.
NOTE.—New series of notes included since July, 1929.




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135

TABLE N O . 5.—National banks reported in liquidation from November 1, 1931, to

October 31, 1982, the names, where known, of succeeding banks in cases of succession, with date of liquidation and capital
Name and location of bank

Date of
liquidation

The First National Bank of Ottumwa, Iowa (107), succeeded by First Bank
and Trust Company of Ottumwa
._.
Oct. 29,1931
The First National Bank of Great Neck at Great Neck Station, N. Y. (12659),
absorbed by Great Neck Trust Company, Great Neck, Nassau County
Oct. 31,1931
The Citizens National Bank of Peru, Ind. (1879), absorbed by Wabash Valley
Trust Company, Peru
-~do
The First National Bank of Traverse City, Mich. (3325), succeeded by FirstPeoples State Bank of Traverse City
do
The Pampa National Bank, Pampa, Tex. (13291), absorbed by The First
National Bank of Pampa
.._Aug. 15,1931
The Linden National Bank and Trust Company, Linden, N. J. (11545), succeeded by Linden National Bank, Linden
Oct. 15,1931
The First National Bank of Belvidere, 111. (1097), absorbed by The Second
National Bank of Belvidere
Oct. 22,1931
The First National Bank of Coats, Kans. (11488), absorbed by The Coats
Nov. 3,1931
State Bank, Coats
The First National Bank of Clint, Tex. (12677)
- Nov. 10,1931
The Pacific Avenue National Bank of Atlantic City, N. J. (12886), absorbed by
Equitable Trust Company of Atlantic City
.....do
The Dakota National Bank of Yankton, S. Dak. (9445), absorbed by The
First National Bank and Trust Company of Yankton, which changed its
Sept. 30,1931
title to First Dakota National Bank and Trust Company of Yankton
City and State National Bank & Trust Company of Logansport, Ind. (5076),
Oct. 27,1931

Nov. 12,1931

The Herkimer National Bank, Herkimer, N. Y. (5141), absorbed by The
First National Bank of Herkimer. __
..— Nov. 18,1931
The American National Bank of Lincoln, 111. (3613), absorbed by The Lincoln
National Bank, Lincoln
.—.do
The First National Bank of Noble, Okla. (9937), succeeded by The First State
July 6,1931
Bank of Noble
The First National Bank in Billings, Okla. (12041), succeeded by The First
Nov. 12,1931
State Bank of Billings
First National Bank in Hamburg, Iowa (12610), absorbed by Iowa State Bank,
Nov. 13,1931
Hamburg
National Bank of Ridgewood in New York, N. Y. (12897), absorbed by The
Oct. 13,1931
Richmond National Bank of New York
The First National Bank of Youngsville, Pa. (8165), absorbed by The Warren
Nov. 17,1931
National Bank, Warren, Pa
The Richfield National Bank of Minneapolis, Minn. (12115), absorbed by The
July 28,1931
North Western National Bank of Minneapolis.__
.
The First National Bank of Ballston Spa, N. Y. (954), absorbed by The BallsNov. 24,1931
ton Spa National Bank, Ballston Spa
The Union National Bank of Massillon, Ohio (1318), absorbed by The First
Nov. 4,1931
National Bank of Massillon
The Bank of America National Association, New York, N. Y.i (13193), abNov. 28,1931
sorbed by The National City Bank of New York
Brunswick National Bank, Brunswick, Maine (131.5), absorbed by Fidelity
Nov. 30,1931
Trust Company of Portland, Me
The Farmers National Bank of Westervelt, 111. (10641), absorbed by The First
Dec. 1,1931
National Bank of Shelbyville, 111.
_
The First National Bank of Willoughby, Ohio 2 (11994), absorbed by Cleveland
Nov. 16,1931
Trust Company, Cleveland, Ohio.
The First National Bank of Greene, N. Y. (12174), succeeded by First National
Nov. 30,1931
Bank in Greene
The First National Bank of Port Townsend, Wash. (2948), absorbed by The
American National Bank of Port Townsend which changed its title to The
Dec. 2,1931
First American National Bank of Port Townsend
The First National Bank of Conrad, Iowa (9447), absorbed by The First State
Nov. 5,1931
Bank of Conrad
The Security National Bank of Grand Rapids, Mich. (13434), absorbed by
Home State Bank for Savings, Grand Rapids, which changed its title to
Oct. 12,1931
American Home Security Bank
The American National Bank of Aberdeen, Wash. (13091), absorbed by First
Dec. 4,1931
National Bank in Aberdeen...
The Mobile National Bank, Mobile, Ala, (13195), absorbed by The Merchants
Dec. 8,1931
National Bank of Mobile
The First National Bank of Ord, Nebr. (3339), succeeded by First National
.....do
Bank in Ord
The First National Bank of Mount Carmel, 111. (4480), absorbed by The
American National Bank of Mt. Carmel which changed its title to AmerNov. 10,1931
ican-First National Bank of Mount Carmel
The National Bank of Morrow County at Mount Gilead, Ohio (5251), abNov. 7,1931
sorbed by The Mt. Gilead National Bank, Mount Gilead
_
With 43 branches in New York City.
Placed in charge of a receiver June 29, 1932.

147796°—33-




-10

Capital

$200,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
250,000
75,000
30,000
25,000
200,000
100, 000
200,000
100,000
200,000
150,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
200, 000
50,000
25, 000
100, 000
150,000
36,775,300
100,000
25, 000
100,000
50,000
75,000
25,000
500,000
400,000
200,000
100,000

100,000
50,000

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TABLE N O . 5.'—National hanks reported in liquidation from November 1, 1981, to

October 31, 1932, the names, ivhere known, of succeeding banks in cases of succession, with date of liquidation and capital—Continued
Name and location of bank
The First National Bank of Hendricks, W. Va. (7845), absorbed by The First
National Bank of Parsons, W. Va.
The Union National Bank of Atlantic City, N. J. (4420), absorbed by The
Atlantic City National Bank, Atlantic City
The Citizens National Bank of Hinton, W. Va. (10348), absorbed by The
First National Bank of Hinton
The Kaw Valley National Bank of Topeka, Kans. (11398), absorbed by Kaw
Valley State Bank, Topeka
The American National Bank of Lake Crystal, Minn. (11401), absorbed by
The First National Bank of Lake Crystal
The First National Bank of Shelbyville, 111. (2128), absorbed by Shelby Loan
& Trust Company of Shelbyville
_
_~
The Koseau County National Bank of Roseau, Minn. (11848), absorbed by
The First National Bank of Roseau
The First National Bank of Emhouse, Texas (12759), absorbed by The First
National Bank of Corsicana, Tex
The Lincoln National Bank of Passaic, N. J. (13123), absorbed by Peoples
Bank & Trust Company of Passaic
The First National Bank of Kaukauna, Wis. (3641), absorbed by Farmers &
Merchants Bank of Kaukauna
.!
The First National Bank of St. Maries, Idaho (10771), absorbed by Lumbermen's State Bank & Trust Company of St. Maries
Taylorville National Bank, Taylorville, 111. (8940), absorbed by Farmers National Bank of Taylorville
The First National Bank of Tampico, 111. (9230), absorbed by Tampico State
Bank, Tampico
The Sherman County National Bank of Stratford, Texas (11223), absorbed by
First State Bank of Stratford
The Eaton National Bank, Eaton, Colo. (8658), absorbed by The First National Bank of Eaton
The First National Bank of Courtenay, N. Dak. (6210)
The American National Bank of Beggs, Okla. (12203), succeeded by The Bank
of Beggs
-The First National Bank of Fairfield, 111. (5009), absorbed by The Fairfield
National Bank, Fairfield
The First National Bank of Commerce, Okla. (10689), succeeded by First
State Bank of Commerce
The First National Bank of Rockaway, N. J. (8566), succeeded by First National Bank in Rockaway
The Georgetown National Bank, Georgetown, Mass. (2297)
The First National Bank of Tremont, 111. (6421), succeeded by The First National Bank in Tremont
_
First National Bank in Pond Creek, Okla. (10005), absorbed by First State
Bank of Pond Creek
The First National Bank in McAllen, Texas (13183), succeeded by Me Allen
State Bank, McAllen
The Henry National Bank, Henry, 111. (7049), absorbed by The First National Bank of Henry
.
The First National Bank of South Bend, Ind. (126), absorbed by Indiana
Trust Company of South Bend, which changed its title to First Bank and
Trust Company of South Bend
Linden National Bank, Linden, N. J. (13540), absorbed by Linden Trust
Company, Linden
-_
The Union National Bank of New Castle, Pa. (8503), absorbed by First National Bank of Lawrence County at New Castle
Aliquippa National Bank, Aliquippa, Pa. (10951), absorbed by The Woodlawn Trust Company of Aliquippa
The First National Bank of A very, Texas (10638), absorbed by Red River
National Bank in Clarksville, Tex
The First National Bank: of Lakeview, Oreg. (7244), absorbed by The Commercial National Bank of Lakeview
The Oil Belt National Bank of Oblong, 111. (8696), absorbed by The First
National Bank of Oblong
_-.
The National Bank of Chetopa, Kans. (11374), absorbed by The Chetopa
State Bank, Chetopa
The First National Bank in Brownsville, Texas (12792), absorbed by The
Merchants National Bank of Brownsville
The Peru National Bank, Peru, 111. (2951), succeeded by The State-National
Bank of Peru
First-Citizens National Bank of Pennsboro, W. Va. (7191), succeeded by
First Citizens Bank, Pennsboro.
The Farmers National Bank of Clarksville, Ohio (7370), absorbed by The
Clinton County National Bank and Trust Company of Wilmington, Ohio.
Tbe First National Bank of Radcliffe, Iowa (6435), absorbed by The First
National Bank of Hubbard, Iowa
The First National Bank of Amo, Ind. (8154), succeeded by Citizens Bank of
Amo
---•




Date of
liquidation

Capital

Dec.

15,1931

Dec.

14,1931

50,000

Nov. 13,1931

100,000

$25,000
100,000

Dec.

7,1931

30,000

Dec.

19,1931

100,000
30,000

Dec.

18,1931

Dec.

1,1931

30,000

Dec.

16,1931

500,000

Dec.

18,1931

50,000

Dec.

22,1931

25;,000

Dec.

16,1931

150,000

Dec.

22,1931

25,000

Dec.

29,1931

25,000

Dec.

26,1931

25,000
25,000

Dec.

21,1931

Dec.

4,1931

Jan.

6,1932

Dec.

31,1931

25,000
50,000
25,000
100,000
50,000

Dec.
Jan.

30,1931
12,1932
do

Dec.

31,1931

25,000

Jan.

12,1932

60,000

60,000

do__
do-_
Jan.

65,000
900,000

13,1932

200,000

Nov. 28,1931

100,000

Nov. 24,1931

100,000

Jan.

12,1932

40,000

Dec.

15,1931

50,000
50,000

do
Jan.

16,1932

25,000

Jan.

12,1932

200,000
100,000

do
Dec.

31,1931

100,000

Jan.

12,1932

25,000

Dec.

30,1931

50,000

Jan.

18,1932

25,000

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137

TABLE N O . 5.—National banks reported in liquidation from November 1, 1931, to

October 31, 1932, the names, where known, of succeeding banks in cases of suecession, with date of liquidation and capital—Continued
Name and location of bank
The Industrial National Bank of New York, N. Y.3 (13207), absorbed by
Continental Bank and Trust Company of New York.
_
__.
The Indiana Harbor National Bank of East Chicago, Ind. (10171), absorbed
by The Union National Bank of Indiana Harbor at East Chicago
The National Bank of Decorah, Iowa (5081), absorbed by Decorah State
Bank, Decorah
The First National Bank of Vian, Okla. (10573), succeeded by Vian State
Bank, Vian
The Citizens National Bank of Appleton, Wis. (4937), absorbed by First
National Bank of Appleton
The First National Bank of McCune, Kans. (12191)
The First National Bank of Pendleton, Oreg. (2630), succeeded by The First
Inland National Bank of Pendleton
The Citizens National Bank of Knoxville, Iowa (4633), absorbed by The
Knoxville National Bank and Trust Company, Knoxville, which changed
its title to Knoxville-Citizens National Bank & Trust Company
The First National Bank of Cannelton, Ind. (9401), absorbed by Cannelton
National Bank, Cannelton, which changed its title to First-Cannelton
National Bank
The First National Bank of Elkader, Iowa (1815), succeeded by Central State
Bank & Trust Company of Elkader
_.
The First National Bank of Gormania, W. Va.* (8751), absorbed by The
Bayard National Bank, Bayard, W. Va___
The Brooklyn National Bank of New York, N. Yfi (13292), absorbed by
Manufacturers Trust Company, New York
._
First National Bank in Centralia, Wash. (13099), succeeded by First FarmersMerchants Bank & Trust Co. of Centralia
The Planters National Bank of Whitewright, Texas (6915), absorbed by The
First National Bank of Whitewright
The Colfax National Bank, Colfax, Wash. (7095), absorbed by The First
Savings & Trust Bank of Whitman County, Colfax
_
First National Bank of Healdton, Okla. (11018), succeeded by The Bank of
Healdton
Chatham Phenix National Bank and Trust Company, New York, N. Y.«
(10778), absorbed by Manufacturers Trust Company, New York
The National Bank of Commerce of Wetumka, Okla. (12099), succeeded by
The Exchange Bank of Commerce, Wetumka
—
The Peoples National Bank of Martinsville, Va. (9847), absorbed by The
First National Bank of Martinsville
The First National Bank of Needville, Texas (12718), succeeded by The First
State Bank of Needville
The First National Bank of Seymour, Ind.? (1032), absorbed by The Seymour
National Bank, Seymour
The Carthage National Bank, Carthage, N. Y. (3672), succeeded by Carthage
National Exchange Bank, Carthage
_
The National Exchange Bank & Trust Company of Carthage, N. Y. (6094),
succeeded by Carthage National Exchange Bank, Carthage
Montour National Bank of Montour Falls, N. Y. (10497), succeeded by Montour National Bank in Montour Falls
_
The City National Bank of Colorado Springs, Colo. (6238), absorbed by The
Colorado Springs National Bank, Colorado Springs
The First National Bank of Youngstown, Ohio (3), succeeded by The Union
National Bank of Youngstown
_
The First National Bank of Elmhurst, 111. (9836), absorbed by The Elmhurst
State Bank, Elmhurst
The First National Bank of Wharton, N. J. (13047), absorbed by The National
Union Bank of Dover, N. J_.
The Hyde Park National Bank of Scranton, Pa. (13225), succeeded by Pennsylvania Trust Company of Scranton
The First National Bank of Whiting, Ind. (6526), succeeded by State Bank
of Whiting._._
_
The Citizens National Bank of Bolivar, Pa. (12355), absorbed by The Bolivar
National Bank, Bolivar
_
Tho First National Bank of Jefferson vUle, Ind. (956), absorbed by Clark
County State Bank of Jeffersonville
The First National Bank of Stamford, Texas (5560), succeeded by The First
National Bank in Stamford
The First National Bank of Rio, Wis. (8632), succeeded by First State Bank
of Rio
The First National Bank of Blair, Wis. (10667), absorbed by Home Bank of
Blair which changed its title to Union Bank of Blair.
The First National Bank of Mount Pleasant, Pa. (386), absorbed by The
Citizens Savings & Trust Company of Mount Pleasant
The Peoples National Bank of Mount Pleasant, Pa. (9198), absorbed by The
Citizens Savings & Trust Company of Mount Pleasant
3 With one branch in New York City.
« Placed in charge of a receiver Oct. 11,1932,
c With one branch in New York City.
6
With 15 branches in New York City.
1
Placed in charge of a receiver May 6.1932,




Date of
liquidation

Capital

Jan. 18,1932

$1, 500,000

Jan. 25,1932

200,000

Jan. 28,1932

50,000

Dec. 31,1931

25,000

Dec. 16,1931
Feb. 1,1932
do

250,000
25,000

Jan. 21,1932
Jan. 13,1932

250,000
100,000
25,000

Nov. 12.1931

50,000

Jan. 19.1932

25,000

Jan. 12,1932

1, 500,000

Dec. 15.1931

100,000

Feb. 10.1932

100,000

Jan. 30,1932

200,000

Oct. 10.1931

25,000

Feb.

9,1932

Feb.

1,1932

30,000

Feb. 15.1932

100,000

16, 200,000

Jan. 12,1932

50,000

Feb. 16,1932

100,000

Feb. 15,1932
..do.

200,000
200,000

Feb. 9,1932

25,000

Feb. 16,1932

50,000

Feb. 9,1932

2,500,000

Feb. 16,1932

150,000

Feb. 17,1932

50,000

Jan. 12,1932

125,000

Feb. 15,1932

100,000

Feb. 26,1932

50,000

Mar. 1,1932

150,000

Feb. 25,1932

100,000

Feb. 18,1932

25,000

Feb. 29,1932

25,000

Mar. 2,1932

100,000

do.-

50,000

138

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TABLE N O . 5.—National banks reported in liquidation from November 1, 1981, \

October 31, 1982, the names, where known, of succeeding banks in cases of sm
cession, -with date of liquidation and capital—Continued
Name and location of bank
The New Holland National Bank, New Holland, Pa. (2530), absorbed by
The Farmers National Bank and Trust Company of New Holland.
The Callicoon National Bank, Callicoon, N. Y. (9427), succeeded by First
National Bank in Callicoon
_
_
First National Bank in McKinney, Texas (13427), absorbed by The Collin
County National Bank of McKinney
_
—
The First National Bank of Montezuma, Ind. (7463), succeeded by The FirstState Bank of Montezuma
The City National Bank of New Britain, Conn. (12846), absorbed by The
New Britain National Bank, New Britain
The First National Bank of Paradise, Texas (12416), absorbed by The First
National Bank of Decatur, Tex
First National Bank of Turtle Creek, Pa. (6574), absorbed by Turtle Creek
Savings & Trust Co.? Turtle Creek.__
_
The First National Bank of Mounds, 111. (10445), absorbed by First State
Bank of Mounds
-.
_
--The First National Bank of Coleman, Texas (3433), succeeded by First Coleman National Bank of Coleman
The Coleman National Bank, Coleman, Texas (4683), succeeded by First Coleman National Bank of Coleraan
The First National Bank of Davis, S. Dak. (11457), absorbed by The Security
National Bank of Viborg, S. Dak
_
_
The First National Bank of Rockdale, Texas (4175), absorbed by Rockdale
State Bank, Rockdale
—
The First National Bank of Munday, Texas (7106), succeeded by First National Bank in Munday
_
:
The Oneida National Bank of Rhinelander, Wis. (11646), absorbed by Merchants State Bank of Rhinelander
The Citizens National Bank of Brownwood, Texas (8312), succeeded by The
Citizens National Bank in Brownwood
_..
_
--The National Bank of Kaw City, Okla. (10402), absorbed by First National
Bank in Kaw City
._.
The First National Bank of Ontario, Oreg. (5822), absorbed by Ontario National Bank, Ontario
The First National Bank of Goree, Texas (8200), succeeded by First National
Bank in Munday, Tex..
The First National Bank of Jetferson City, Mo. (1809), absorbed by The Exchange National Bank of Jefferson City
--The First National Bank of Statesboro, Ga. (7468), absorbed by Bank of
Statesboro
The First National Bank of Wcodburn, Oreg. (11906), absorbed by The Bank
of Woodburn
__.
The First National Bank and Trust Company of Mamaroneck, N. Y. (5411),
succeeded by First National Bank in Mamaroneck
-_
The Peoples National Bank of Victoria, Texas (11291), absorbed by Victoria
Bank & Trust Co., Victoria
The San Angelo National Bank, San Angelo, Texas (3260), succeeded by
San Angelo National Bank of. San Angelo
-..
The First National Bank of Reynolds, N. Dak. (10496), absorbed by State
Bank of Reynolds
The First National Bank of Odell, Texas (12709)
_.
The Schmelz National Bank of Newport News, Va.8 (11028), absorbed by
The First National Bank of Newport News..The Picture Rocks National Bank, Picture Rocks, Pa. (11643), absorbed by
The First National Bank of Hughesville, Pa
The Commercial National Bank of Youngstown, Ohio (2482), succeeded by
The Union National Bank of Youngstown
The First National Bank and Trust Company of Highland Falls, N. Y. (8850),
succeeded by First National Bank in Highland Falls...
The First National Bank of Portland, N. Dak. (7693), succeeded by The
First and Farmers National Bank of Portland—
The Waukomis National Bank, Waukomis, Okla. (10227), succeeded by
s- Waukomis State Bank, Waukomis
-The First National Bank of Gloucester, Va. (10658), absorbed by Bank of
Gloucester
.--First National Bank in Chehalis, Wash. (9389), absorbed by Coffman Dobson Bank and Trust Co., Chehalis
The Farmers National Bank of Portland, N. Dak. (10896), succeeded by
The First and Farmers National Bank of Portland
The First National Bank of Mooreton, N. Dak. (11605)
The National Bank of Montgomery, N. Y. (7982), succeeded by First
National Bank in Montgomery
The First National Bank of Blandinsville, 111. (8908), succeeded by The
First National Bank in Blandinsville
—
The Commercial National Bank of Rockford, 111. (11679), absorbed by The
Third National Bank of Rockford
The Alma National Bank, Alma, Eans. (5104), succeeded by First National
Bank in Alma
8
Placed in charge of a receiver Oct. 27,1932.




Date of
liquidation

Capital

Feb. 13,1932

$125, 01

Mar. 5,1932

100, (X

....do

100, (X

Feb. 29,1932

25, 0C

Mar. 12,1932

200, 0C

Mar. 9,1932

25, CC

Mar. 15,1932

100, 00

Feb. 10,1932

25,00

Mar. 15,1932

100, 00

do
Jan. 12,1932

200,00
25,00

Mar. 22,1932

75,00

Mar. 1,1932

40,00

Mar. 14,1932

100, 00(

Mar. 15,1932

100, 00(

Mar. 12,1932

25, ( M
K

do

50,00(

Mar. 2,1932

25, 00(

Mar. 28,1932

200, (XX

Dec. 19.1931

100, (XX

Mar. 25.1932

25,0(X

Mar. 18,1932

150, 0(X

Apr. 1,1932

50, (XX

Mar. 25,1932

300,00(

Mar. 5,1932
Mar. 22,1932

25, (XX
25,0(M

Mar. 18,1932

400, 0(X

Apr. 8,1932

25, 00(

Mar. 29,1932

500, O X
C

Apr. 7,1932

200, 00(

Apr. 12,1932

25,00(

Mar. 28,1932

30, 00(

Mar. 23,1932

35, 00(

Apr. 9,1932

50, 00(

Apr. 12,1932
Mar. 9,1932

25, 00(
25, 00)

Apr. 7,1932

25, 001

Apr. 19,1932

30, 001

Apr. 18,1932

200, 0(X

Apr. 20,1932

50,001

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139

TABLE NO. 5.—National banks reported in liquidation from November 1, 1931, to
October 31, 1932, the names, where known, of succeeding banks in cases of succession, with date of liquidation and capital—Continued
Name and location of bank
Washington National Bank of New York, N. Y.» (13360)
The Farmers National Bank of Alma, Kans. (10195), succeeded by First
National Bank in Alma
The First National Bank of Indio, Calif. (11787), absorbed by The First
National Bank of Coachella, CalifThe Planters National Bank of Fredaricksburg, Va. (10325), succeeded by
The Planters National Bank in Fredericksburg
The First National Bank of Russell, Ky. (8792), succeeded by First and
Peoples Bank of Russell—
The First National Bank of Brinkman, Okla. (12131), absorbed by The First
National Bank of Mangum, Okla
_
The Citizens National Bank of New Lexington, Ohio (6505), succeeded by
The Peoples National Bank of New Lexington
The First National Bank of Horicon, Wis. (11104), absorbed by Horicon State
Bank, Horicon
The First National Bank of Millsap, Texas (12687)..
_
National Bank of Aitkin, Minn. (10841), absorbed by The First National
Bank of Aitkin
The First National Bank of Bessemer, Mich. (3947), succeeded by The
Bessemer National Bank, Bessemer
The First National Bank of Winnebago, Minn. (18255), absorbed by The
Blue Earth Valley National Bank of Winnebago
The Magnolia Park National Bank of Burbank, Calif. (13069)
_
The First National Bank of Princeton, W. Va. (8219), absorbed by Princeton
Bank & Trust Co., Princeton
The Citizens National Bank of Baker City, Baker, Oreg. (6768) absorbed by
The First National Bank of Baker
The Orbisonia National Bank, Orbisonia, Pa. (10335), absorbed by The First
National Bank of Mount Union, Pa
The Security National Bank of Independence, Kans. (13492), absorbed by
Citizens-First National Bank of Independence which changed its title to
First National Bank in Independence
Liberty National Bank and Trust Company in New York, N . Y.io (12352),
absorbed by The Harriman National Bank and Trust Company of the City
of New York
The Gloucester National Bank, Gloucester, Mass. (1162), succeeded by Gloucester National Bank of Gloucester
The Texas National Bank of Beaumont, Texas (12138), absorbed by The First
National Bank of Beaumont
The First National Bank of Saint Peter, 111. (9896), absorbed by Farmers &
Merchants State Bank of St. Peter
The First National Bank of Forgan, Okla. (11232), absorbed by The First
State Bank of Forgan
"The Mount Jackson National Bank, Mount Jackson, Va. (3209), absorbed by
Peoples Bank, Mt. Jackson
The Lorena National Bank, Lorena, Texas (13191), absorbed by The Citizens
National Bank of Cameron, Tex
_„
The First National Bank of Cumberland, Ohio (11363), absorbed by Cumberland Savings Bank, Cumberland
The First National Bank of Fennimore, Wis. (9522), succeeded by The First
National Bank in Fennimore
The First National Bank of Sandpoint, Idaho (8341), absorbed by The Bonner County National Bank of Sandpoint
The First National Bank of Rockville Centre, N . Y. (8872), absorbed by Bank
of Rockville Centre Trust Company, Rockville Centre
The La Grande National Bank, La Grande, Oreg. (3655), succeeded by The
First National Bank of La Grande
The First National Bank of Robinson, 111. (5049), succeeded by The Second
National Bank of Robinson
_
The Woodstock National Bank, Woodstock, 111., (11610), absorbed by The
American National Bank of Woodstock___
_
_..
Portland National Bank, Portland, Pa. (6665), succeeded by The Portland
National Bank, Portland
_
-The Cohasset National Bank, Cohasset, Mass. (13283), absorbed by The
Rockland Trust Company, Rockland, Mass
The Atlantic National Bank of Boston, Mass." (643), absorbed by The First
National Bank of Boston
The First National Bank of Texas City, Texas (9936), absorbed by The Texas
City National Bank, Texas City
The First National Bank of Delta, Pa. (4205), absorbed by The Peoples
National Bank of Delta
The City National Bank of Staples, Minn. (8523), absorbed by The First
National Bank of Staples
The First National Bank of Page, N . Dak. (6463), succeeded by First State
Bank of Page
--_
The Lebanon National Bank, Lebanon, Oreg. (10164), absorbed by The
First National Bank of Lebanon
6
Placed in charge of a receiver June 10, 1932.
i° With 2 branches in New York City.
" With 12 branches in Boston.




Date of
liquidation
Mar. 29,1932

Capital
$500,000

Apr. 21,1932

25,000

Apr. 16,1932

50,000

Apr. 23,1932

100,000

Feb. 27,1932

50,000

May 3,1932

25,000

Apr.

5,1932

75,000

Apr. 20,1932
May 10,1932

30,000
25,000

2,1932

50,000

May 7,1932

Feb.

100,000

May 12,1932
Apr. 18,1932

25,000
100,000

Mar. 19,1932

100,000

May 2,1932

100,000

Mar. 3,1932

25,000

May 17,1932

250,000

May 18,1932

2,250,000

May 17,1932

100,000

May 24,1932

250,000

May 25,1932

25,000

Dec. 30,1931

25,000

Apr. 29,1932

50,000

May 25,1932

25,000

May 17,1932

40,000

Mar. 12,1932

50,000

May 31,1932

50,000

Feb. 16,1932

200,000

May 29,1932

200,000

May

4,1932

75,000

June 21,1932

50,000

June 23,1932

50,000

June 20,1932

50,000

June 25,1932

8,950,000

June 27,1932

25,000

June 18,1932

50,000

May 26,1932

25,000

July

1,1932

25,000

June 18,1932

35,000

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TABLE N O . 5.—National banks reported in liquidation from November ly 1931, U

October 31, 1932, the names, where known, of succeeding banks in cases of succession, with date of liquidation and capital—Continued
Name and location of bank

D a t e of
liquidation

The First National Bank of Iowa Park, Tex. (5589), succeeded by The State
National Bank of Iowa Park
_
June 27,1932
The Union National Bank of Ames, Iowa (3017), succeeded by Union Story
Trust & Savings Bank, Ames...
_
July 12,1932
The First National Bank of Loup City, Nebr. (7277), succeeded by First
National Bank in Loup City—
June 27,1932
First-Mercer National Bank of Harrodsburg, Ky. (2531), succeeded by MerJuly 20,1932
cer County National Bank of Harrodsburg
_
The First National Bank of Cassandra, Pa. (12720), absorbed by The First
June 10,1932
National Bank of Lilly, Pa
The First National Bank of Bentonville, Ark. (7523), absorbed by The Benton
July 18,1932
County National Bank of Bentonville
Exeter National Bank, Exeter, Nebr. (13243), absorbed by The Wallace
July 22,1932
National Bank of Exeter
The First National Bank of Alhambra, Calif.™ (8490), absorbed by Bank of
July 25,1932
America National Trust and Savings Association, San Francisco, Calif
The Merchants National Bank of New Haven, Conn. (1128), absorbed by
July 20,1932
The First National Bank and Trust Company of New Haven
The Lake County National Bank of Libertyville, 111. (6670), absorbed by
The First National Bank of Liberty ville which changed its title to The
July 30,1932
First Lake County National Bank of Libertyville
The First National Bank of Newton, Iowa (2644), succeeded by The Newton
Aug. 1,1932
National Bank, Newton
The First National Bank of Dickinson, Texas (12855), absorbed by The City
July 15,1932
National Bank of Galveston, Tex.
_
...
...The Union National Bank of Elizabethtown, Ky. (13024), absorbed by The
First-Hardin National Bank of Elizabethtown
-- Aug. 5,1932
The Cedar Rapids National Btink, Cedar Rapids, Iowa (3643), absorbed by
Aug. 3,1932
The Merchants National Bank of Cedar Rapids. _.
_
The Citizens National Bank of Rahway, N. J. (12828), absorbed by the
Aug. 10,1932
Rahway National Bank, Railway
The Farmers National Bank of Adams, N. Y. (4061), absorbed by The Citizens Trust Company of Adams which changed its title to Citizens and
Farmers Trust Company. _
--- Aug. 16,1932
The First National Bank of Fmgal, N. Dak. (7295), succeeded by Fingal State
Aug. 13,1932
Bank, Fingal
The First National Bank of Mansfield, Pa. (8810), succeeded by First NaAug. 15,1932
tional Bank in Mansfield
The First National Bank of Loveland, Colo. (7648), succeeded by First NaAug. 20,1932
tional Bank in Loveland
The Enumclaw National Bank, Enumclaw, Wash. (12143), absorbed by The
Aug. 16,1932
First National Bank of Enmriclaw
_
The Central National Bank of Leonia, N. J. (13337), absorbed by The Leonia
Aug. 15,1932
Bank and Trust Company, Leonia
The National Fowler Bank of Lafayette, Ind. (5889), absorbed by The City
Trust Company, Lafayette, which contemplates changing its title to The
Fowler Bank City Trust Company
_
_ _ „ _ _ _ . _ . . Sept. 1,1932
The First National Bank of Wilson, N. C. (2321), succeeded by National
Sept. 5,1932
Bank of Wilson
-..
Nevada First National Bank of Tonopah, Nevada (8530), absorbed by Tonopah
Sept. 2,1932
Banking Corporation, Tonopah
The First National Bank of St. Lawrence, S. Dak. (12547), absorbed by The
July 1,1932
First National Bank of Miller, S.Dak
The First National Bank of Decatur, Texas (2940), succeeded by The First
Sept. 13,1932
National Bank in Decatur..
Oity National Bank of San Francisco, Calif. (13016), absorbed by Pacific
Aug. 11,1932
National Bank of San Francisco.
The First National Bank of Mannington, W. Va. (5012), succeeded by First
Aug. 17,1932
Exchange Bank, Mannington
The National Bank of Commerce of Milwaukee, Wis. (6853), absorbed by
Sept. 22,1932
First Wisconsin National Bank of Milwaukee.
-The Plaza National Bank of St. Louis, Mo. (13376), succeeded by GuarantySept. 6,1932
Plaza Trust Company, St. Louis
-The First National Bank of Oconomowoc, Wis. (5505), succeeded by OconoSept. 30,1932
mowoc National Bank, Oconomowcc
The First National Bank of Andalusia, Ala. (5970), absorbed by The AnM a y 30,1932
dalusia National Bank, Andalusia
The Derry National Bank, Berry, N. H. (499), absorbed by The First NaSept. 28,1932
tional Bank of West Derry, P. O. Derry
—
The First National Bank of Bay City, Mich, (2853), succeeded by The NaSept. 15,1932
tional Bank of Bay City
The Unaka and City National Bank of Johnson City, Tenn.u (6236), sucSept. 26,1932
ceeded by The Hamilton National Bank of Johnson City
The Monroe National Bank, Monroe, Wash. (9478), absorbed by The First
National Bank of Monroe
-— Oct. 4,1932
Fourth and First National Bank of Nashville, Tenn." (150), absorbed by
Oct. 10,1932
The American National Bank of Nashville
w With one branch in Alhambra.
"4 With one branch in Johnson City.
* With 11 branches in Nashville.




Capital

$100, (XX
100, (XX
25, (XX
150, (XX
50, (XX
50, OOC
25, OOC
150, OOC
500, OOC
100, 000
100,000
25, 000
50,000
600,000
100,000
100,000
25,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
100,000
200, 000
200, 000
100, 000
25, 000
100, 000
625,000
60,000
1, 000, 000
300,000
100,000
100, 000
60,000
400,000
400, 000
25,000
2,625, OOC

REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

141

TABLE NO. 5.—National banks reported in liquidation from November 1, 1931, to
October 81, 1982, the names ^ where known, of succeeding banks in cases of succession, with date of liquidation and capital—Continued
Name and location of bank
The Hedrick National Bank, Hedrick, Iowa (12656), succeeded by Hedriek
Savings Bank, Hedrick
The North Vernon National Bank, North Vernon, Ind. (9122), succeeded by
Union Bank and Trust Company of North Vernon
The First National Bank of Lake Village, Ark. (11262), succeeded by The
First National Bank in Lake Village
The University Avenue National Bank of Madison, Wis. (13366), absorbed
by The First National Bank of Madison
_
Bay View National Bank of Milwaukee, Wis. (12816), absorbed by First
Wisconsin National Bank of Milwaukee
Sixth Wisconsin National Bank of Milwaukee, Wis. (12628), absorbed by
First Wisconsin National Bank of Milwaukee
The First National Bank of Richwood, W. Va. (8434), succeeded by Cherry
River National Bank of Richwood
The Negaunee National Bank, Negaunee, Mich. (9556), absorbed by The
First National Bank of Negaunee
_
Total (236 banks).




Date of
liquidation

Oct. 14.1932
do
Sept. 12,1932

Capital

$40,000

50,000
50,000

Sept. 30,1932

100,000

Oct. 18,1932

200,000

do

200,000

Oct. 28,1932

40,000

Oct. 24,1932

100,000
97, 340, 300

TABLE N O . 6.—Capital stock, surplus, undivided profits, and aggregate resources of banks consolidated under act of November 7, 1918, as
amended February 25, 1927, for the year ended October 31, 1932, as shown by their last reports prior to consolidation
Closing banks
Charter
No.

Title and location

3621 The Second National

Bank of Atlantic City.
Atlantic County Trust
Company, Atlantic
City.
American Bank and
Trust Company of
Danville.
11832 The Metropolitan National Bank of Seattle.
10836 The Calcasieu National
Bank of Lake Charles.
First Savings Bank of
West Point.
4115 The Dawson National
Bank, Dawson.
Peoples Wayne County.
Bank, Detroit.
Guardian Detroit Bank,
Detroit.
Merchants Trust Company of Greensburg.
The Union Trust Co. of
Greensburg.
Guaranty Trust Company, Plainfield.
Bank of Oroville
6403
1225^
13562
13409
11239

12182

The Wisconsin National Bank of Shawano.
The Rockwood National Bank, Rockwood.
Colorado National Bank
in Colorado.
The Plaza National
Bank of White Plains

State

Surplus

CharUndivided Aggregate ter
profits resources No.

Title and location

Capital

UnSurplus divided Aggregate Date of
profits resources reports

Date of
consolidation

1931
$94, 582 $6, 253,932 Sept. 2

1931
N o v . 24

Do—

Nov. 28

$300,000 $200,000

$11,714 $5,330,374

...do.—

i 3,717 2,588,373

The Chelsea National
Bank of Atlantic City.

$400,000

400,000

5884

$200,000

200,000

Ill

150,000

75,000

46,155 1,176,685

4731 The Palmer National

300,000

150,000

N. J_—

Wash-.

.bank of Danville.

126,891 9,697, 409 11280 First National Bank of

Miss...

500, 000

250,000

1,200,000

800,000

25,000

17,000

16,174

660,109

200,000

La

40,000

11, 705

665, 281 6496

Seattle.

71, 774 14,178, 296 13573 Calcasieu
2891

Mich... 15,000,000 30,000,000 6,122, 238 422, 739, 865 10527
i
... do__. 5,000, 000 5, 000,00011,449,107125,, 167,642 8703
Pa

300,000

.

National
Bank in Lake Charles.
The First National Bank
of West Point.
The City National Bank
of Dawson.
First National Bank in
Detroit.
The National Bank of
Commerce of Detroit.

7,603 2, 636,907
The F i r s t National
50,178 3, 293,859 2558 Bank of Greensburg.

37, 222

2,206, 271

8, 000, 000 1, 600,000

811,960 85,990, 751

Do..

Dec. 9

900, 000

225, 000

2, 309 12, 326, 747

Do..

Dec. 16

100, 000

50, 000

25, 056

775, 768

Do..

Dec. 29

100,000

100, 000

16, 778

738,130

Do..

5, 000, 000 3, 500,000
150, 000

850,000

572, 425 81, 542,857

Do....

6, 635, 751

Do....

218, 301

o
c
g

Do.
Dec* 31

7, 500, 000 9, 500,000 1, 280,844 190, 260,104

Do.

o

Do.

...do.

400,000

100,000

N. J . -

250,000

50,000

29,367 1, 496,161 13174 The Plainfield National

100,000

30,000

2,198

100,000

56,000

19,837 1,010,153

6919 The First National Bank

50, 000

53,000

21,033

1, 465,664

Do.... Feb. 11

15,000

17,190 1,146, 268 5469 The First National Bank

100,000

20,000

5,266

989,477

Do—. Feb. 19

425, 960 4169 The First National Bank

50,000

50,000

11, 523

60,000

30,000

38, 562

1,298, 298 Dec. 31

300,000

100,000

16, 615

2,000,848

25,000

25,000

4,284

190, 239

25,000

13,000

2,986

346,449 Dec. 31 Mar. 18

50,000

50,000

1,097

444,789 Dec. 31

Calif..
Wis...

75,000

Tenn..

50,000

25,000

Tex...

100,000

10,000

N.Y..

The Liberty National Tex
Bank of Dawson.
Path Valley State
Bank, Dry Run.
The First National Tex__._
Bank of Kenedy.




Capital

to

Continuing banks

Bank.

of Oroville.

of Shawano.

1,
12,644

122,644

5276

100,000

10,000

7,884

499,131 12574

50,000

50,000

2,501

303, 317 10694

25,000

15,000

1,479

172,496 10811

100,000

20,000

7

361,771 12187

of Rockwood.
The City National Bank
of Colorado.
The Peoples National
Bank and Trust Company of White Plains.
The First National
Bank of Dawson.
The Citizens National
Bank of Dry Run.
The Nichols National
Bank of Kenedy.

487, 501 Dec. 31

1, 202,068 Sept. 29

1932
Feb. 6

Do.
Feb. 27

Do—. Mar. 9
Mar. 17

Mar. 22

O
c}

674
11807
9652
12283

The National Bank of
Phoenixville.
The Citizens National
Bank of Dalles City.
Security National Bank
of Salt Lake City.
The National Exchange

Pa

200,000

Oreg_._
Utah...

160,000

32,000

500,000

100,000

W. Va.

100,000

45,000

75,000

75,000

200,000

42,284

2,118,609

1936

915,876

3441

±J3HK

Pa

County at Troy.
The Flat Top National
Bank of Bluefield.
The Peoples National
Bank of Spring Grove.
The Merchants and
Planters National
Bank of Mt. Vernon.
The Sunbury Trust and
Safe Deposit Company, Sunbury.
The City National

W. Va.

-DallK

6674
8141
7674

12199
11690
10157

11990
7208
2787
6516

OI x>6CK16y«

The Grange National
OI

chants National Bank
of Radford.
The Clark National
Bank, Clark.
Anglo-California Trust
Company, San Francisco.
The First National
BankofTroutdale.
The First National
Bank of Gate City.
The First National
Bank of Stroudsburg.
The Blair County NaCompany National
The First of Tyrone.
Bank of Plainfield.




6,597,067 Dec. 31

Apr. 5

15,030

2,481,124 Dec. 31

Apr. 5

13,219

885,753

4984

The First National
Bank of Troy.
The Bluefield National

75,000

150,000

103,667

1,912,908 Dec. 31

Apr. 30

150,000

50,000

17,058

1, 226,120 Dec. 31

May 2

50,000

100,000

4,790

1, 581, 540 Dec. 31

May 28

50,000

10,000

4,753

234,486 Dec. 31

June 1

225,000

675,000

7,739

4,054,015 Dec. 31

June 4

250,000

350,000

197,121

5, 355,064 Dec. 31

June 15

100,000

50,000

22,648

1,077,001 Dec. 31

June 28

100,000

50,000

23,019

1,103,482 Dec. 31

June 30

10,000,000 5,000,000 3,408,152 164,706,081 Dee. 31

June 30

1,896,457

11109
6536

Tex

50,000

20,000

5,112

234,007

5409

Pa

350,000

329,000

27,102

2, 206,416

1237

Tex.__.

250,000

100,000

112,844

2,901,933

5825

60,000

50,000

8,550

843,335

6782

50,000

60,000

1,367

731,068

8309

1,500,000 2,250,000 1,313,314 75,566, 510

9174

25,000

9,000

111

28,500

28,500

9,022

125, COO

75,000

46,732

1,469,168

3632

200,000

200,000

39,260

1,846, 583

4355

144,332

10834

650, 213 13502

O l + TT
v-'ity.

JDaJdK, X>6CK16y,

"Ro-nir -Diueneia.
rjanK, "Rl-na-fioi/1

The First National
Bank of Spring Grove.
The First National
B a n k of M o u n t
Vernon.
The First National
Bank of Sunbury.
The American National
-DcillK OI xjCauHlOIil,

The First National
Bank of Radford.
The First National
Bank of Northfork.
The Anglo & London
Paris National Bank
of San Francisco.
The Grayson County
National Bank of Independence.
The Peoples National
Bank in Gate City.
The Stroudsburg National Bank, Stroudsburg.
The First National

3

1932

N.J-_.

400,000

6,030,101

7,633,447
1,452,824
23,300,000 38,292,000 6,180,623 638, 715,176
5,148, 500 2, 664, 500
656,853 65, 767, 306

i Deficit.

2

13629

The Fourth National
Bank of Plainfield.

H
O
O

I
o
H

35,000

20,000

3,524

248,280 June 30

June 30

50,000

3,500

3,871

539,829 June 30

Aug. 15

H

200,000

400,000

181,812

3,477,924 June 30

Sept, 12

O

125,000

125,000

64,239

1,498,599 Sept. 30

Oct.

8

xStuiK oi J. yrone.

1

12 State banks
26 national banks.

150,010

180,000

4-ITial JJcillK Oi '"PTIICI"
t l l l a i "Dai-il7- AT J-IUbt

447

Apr. 2

500,000

200,000

1,108,178

__.do-..

2,128, 524 Dec. 31

The Beckley National

32,492

Pa

64,744

The DeseretSalt Lake
Bank of National

14, 514

—do-_.

125,000

10589

150,000 .

Va

100,000

Mar. 24

1,010,085

100,000

W. Va_
Caiif.._

3,250,696 Dec. 31

219

50,000

The Farmers and Mer- Va

21,964

500,000

Pa

x>anji oi .Beaumont.

500,000

2059

XJlaClIUrU

200,000

J J B I I K OI 1 i-lfcJ J-/B116S.

250,000

67,248 10,251,157

Lj o f t IT* /fP 1 J /%/iiT'iinTT

8849

The Farmers and Mechanics National Bank
of Phoenixville.
The First National

200,000

(2)

Oct. 17

H
O

36 national b a n k s . . 35, 670, 000 25, 034, 500 7,460,182 596, 628, 388

New national bank did not report prior to consolidation.

CO

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TABLE N O . 7.—National banks consolidated under act of November 7, 1918', thei
capital, surplus, undivided profits, and aggregate resources, year ended October 31
1932
Consoli- Charter Title and location of bank
dation No.

State

Date of
consolidation

N. J.._

1931
Nov. 24

Capital

Surplus

No.
460 5884 Chelsea-Second National
Bank and Trust Company of Atlantic City. 1
462 11280 First National Bank of
Seattle.
463 13573 Calcasieu National Bank in
Lake Charles. 1
465 6496 The Dawson-City National
Bank, Dawson.
471 5469 The First National Bank of
Shawano.
472 4169 The First National Bank of
Rockwood.
473 5276 The City National Bank of
Colorado.
474 12574 The Peoples National Bank
and Trust Company of
White Plains.
475 10694 The First National Bank of
Dawson.
477 12187 First-Nichols N a t i o n a l
Bank of Kenedy.
478 1936 Farmers and MechanicsNational Bank of Phoenixville.
479 3441 The Citizens First National
Bank of The Dalles.
480 2059 The First National Bank of
Salt Lake City.
481 10589 Beckley National Exchange
Bank, Beckley.
482 4984 The First National Bank of
Troy.
483 11109 The Flat Top National
Bank of Bluefield.
484 6536 The Spring Grove National
Bank, Spring Grove.
485 5409 The First National Bank of
Mount Vernon.
487 5825 The American National
Bank of Beaumont.
488 6782 The First and Merchants
National Bank of Radi'ord.
489 8309 The First Clark National
Bank of North fork.
491 10834 The Grayson County National Bank of Independence.
492 13502 The First & Peoples National Bank of Gate City.
493 3632 The First-Stroudsburg National Bank, Stroudsburg.
494 4355 First Blair County National Bank of Tyrone.
495 13629 The First National Bank of
Plainfield.4

Wash.

Dec.

La

Dec. 16

Ga

$600, 000

9

$300, 000

Undivided
profits

$343, 490 $13, 018, 8C

8, 000, 000 1, 600, 000

645, 990

88,161,07

1, 200, 000

225, 000

3 2, 871

12, 052, 78

Dec, 29

100,000

50, 000

50,000

980,1C

1932
Feb. 19

100,000

20,000

41, 732

1, 981, 04

80, 000

30,000

32, 666

1, 366; 08

Feb. 27

100,000

75,000

38, 758

1, 400, 27

N. Y._. Mar. 9

300, 000

100,000

22,121

2, 279, 22
381, 31

Tenn... ...do
Tex

Tex___. Mar. 17

50,000

50,000

8,483

...do—_ Mar. 22

100,000

25,000

8,759

663, 03

Mar. 24

280,000

500, 000

85, 928

5, 053, 03

Oreg.._ Apr. 2

200, 000

100, 000

16, 093

2,806, 53

Utah... Apr.

5

750, 000

250, 000

253, 764

12, 323, 03

W. Va

...do.....

250, 000

210,000

6,682

3, 016, 7&

Pa

Apr. 30

150, 000

75,000

55, 000

2, 616, 20

W. Va

May 2

150, 000

100,000

75, 549

2, 491, 27;

Fa

May 28

100,000

70,000

Tex

June 1

50,000

7,000

6,053

313, 66i

....do—

June 15

400,000

200, 000

156, 806

7, 582, 38:

Va

June 28

128,000

25,000

39,000

1, 655, 23i

W. Va

June 30

100,000

50,000

19, 928

1, 397, 77!

Va

...do

50,000

15,000

579

367,14!

Pa

2, 438, 54'

...do.... A u g . 15

50,000

30, 000

25, 000

1, 097, 951

Pa

Sept. 12

500,000

250,000

223, 357

5,181,901

—do....

Oct.

8

250, 000

100,000

61, 390

3,035, 25:

N. J—. Oct. 17

220, 000

220, 000

19, 489

6,168, 88J

Total (26 banks).

I
14, 258, 000 4, 677, 000

'2, 236, 617
3 2, 871
2, 233, 746

1
2

Also includes a State bank.
With 8 branches acquired in the State of Louisiana
3 Deficit.
With one branch acquired in Plainfield.
4




Aggregate
resources

479, 829, 35'

j

TABLE NO. 8.—State banks and national banks consolidated under act of February 25, 1927, their consolidated capital, surplus, undivided
profits, and aggregate resources, year ended October 81, 1932
Consolidation
No.

Title and location of State bank

Charter
No. of
national
bank

Atlantic County Trust Company, Atlantic City.1
American Bank and Trust Company of
Danville.
First Savings Bank of West Point
Peoples Wayne County Bank, Detroit 2.
Guardian Detroit Bank, Detroit3

460
461
464
466
467

5884
4731

The Chelsea National Bank of Atlantic N. J_.
City.
The Palmer National Bank of Danville. - 111..--

Date of
consolidation

Capital

1931
Nov. 24

$600,000

$300,000

$343, 490

$13,018,803

Nov. 28

300,000

150, 000

81, 887

.Increase
in authorized capital

3, 061, 740

Surplus

Undivided

profits

Aggregate
resources

50,000
Dec. 29
125,000
Dec. 31 25, 000,000 25,000,000
Dec. 31 10, 000, 000 5, 000, 000

4,443
7, 465, 481
1, 500, 000

The First National Bank of Greensburg- Pa....

Dec. 31

480, 000

320,000

401, 052

10, 828, 059

330, 000

2558

469

Guaranty Trust Company, Plainfield...

13174

470
476
486

Bank of OrovillePath Valley State Bank, Dry Run
The Sunbury Trust and Safe Deposit
Company, Sunbury.
Anglo-California Trust Company, San
Francisco.4

6919
10811
1237
9174

1, 286, 769
25,000
582, 348, 258 17, 500,000
199, 269, 691 5, 000, 000

The Plainfield National Bank, Plainfield.
The First National Bank of Oroville
The Citizens National Bank of Dry Run.
The First National Bank of Sunbury

N.J.Calif _
Pa
Pa-.--

1932
Feb. 6

175, 000

75, 000

17, 865

2, 069, 022

127, 500
50, 000
400, 000

72, 500
28, 000
400, 000

19, 704
6,260
205, 654

2, 382, 795
534,976
5,479, 712

77, 500
25, 000
175,000

The Anglo & London Paris National
Bank of San Francisco.

Calif.-

June 30 10, 400, 000

2, 600, 000

3, 046, 416

212, 545,000

o
o

75,000

Feb. 11
Mar. 18
June 4

400, 000

Total (12 State banks with 11 national banks).
1 This consolidation also includes a national bank.

S

$100,000

The First National Bank of West Point Miss..
Mich.
First National Bank in Detroit
The National Bank of Commerce of De- Mich.
troit.

(Merchants Trust Company of Greens{ burg.
I
|The Union Trust Co. of Greensburg




State

2891
10527
8703

468

490

Title and location of national bank

o
1
ir1
tr

47, 657, 500 33, 995, 500 13,092, 252 1, 032, 824, 825 23, 707, 500

2 With 127 branches in Detroit.

3 With 28 branches in Detroit.

* With 7 branches in San Francisco.

3

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TABLE N O . 9.—Number and capital of Slate banks converted into national bankin
associations in each State and Territory from 1868 to October 31, 1932

Number of
banks

State or Territory

34
28
22
190

Maine
New Hampshire..
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut

Capital

State or Territory

$4, 605, 000
2, 595, 000
2, 029, 990
72, 691, 200
16, 717, 550
18, 932, 770
117,571,510
125, 331, 291
9, 820, 450
33, 959, 095
585, 010
10, 249, 372
1,080, 000

462

181,025,218

67
34
38
48
31
21
34
19
12
141
42
43
51

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

391
241
50
123
6
36

New England States
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
District o Columbia_
f

5, 937,100
2, 408, 900
3, 661,000
4, 512,000
6, 637, 000
2,165, 000
4, 560, 000
1, 560, 000
3, 575, 000
10,142, 500
2, 557, 500
6, 006, 900
8, 090, 000

Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan
Wisconsin
M innesot a
Iowa
Missouri

Capita]

24
27
43
26
36
113
43
49
361

119, 350, 80
2, 760, 00
1, 750, 00
5, 285, 00
4,182. 00'
1, 485, 00
320,00
2, 755, 00
400, 00
7, 870, 00

601

26, 807, 00

71
30
113
26
1
5

Western States
Washington
Oregon
California
Idaho
Nevada
Arizona

$2, 890, 00
1, 908, 00
80, 655, 00
3, 020, 00
3, 620, 00
7, 471, 00
2,185, 00
17, 601, 80

84
51
104
83
37
9
35
7
191

Middle Western States
North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma

61, 812, 900

Southern States.

Number of
banks

6, 725, 00(
1, 951, 0O
45, 272, 80
1,080, 0O
50,00
300, 001

Pacific States

246

55, 378, 80

United States

2,642

561, 946, 22:

TABLE N O . 10.—Conversions of State banks and primary organizations as nationa^
banks from March H, 1900, to October 31, 1932

Conversions of
State banks
Classification
Number

Number

Capital

Primary organizations

Number

Capital

Total

Number

Capital

898 $23, 933, 300 1,154 $30, 567,000 2,685 $69, 325, 500 4,737 $123, 825, m
825 258, 792, 800
748 118,045,000 2,070 312, 655,000 3,643 689, 492, m

Capital less than $50,000
Capital $50,000 or over
Total

Capital

Reorganizations
from State and
private banks and
national banks

_ . - 1,723 282, 726,100 1,902 148, 612,000 4,755 381, 980, 500 8,380 813, 318, 60(




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TABLE N O . 11.—Number of national banks increasing their capital, together with
the amount of increase monthly for years ended October 31, since 1927
1928

Months

Number

Nov
Dec
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
June
July
Aug
Sept
Oct

Capital

9 $18,655,000
23 16, 780, 000
41
6, 760, 000
26
4, 715,000
28 15,170, 000
31 23, 297, 500
12
1, 250, 000
26 19, 335,000
25 14, 345, 000
12
1, 910, 000
16
5, 635, 000
19
3, 700, 000

Total. _.

1268 1131,552,500

Number
6
21
34
42
33
34
24
37
28
27
14
35

1931

1930

1929

Number

Capital

$958, 333
8, 248,000
11,288,000
32, 875,000
22, 662, 500
5, 401,000
15,922, 592
19, 707, 500
36, 632, 500
14, 877, 200
2, 602, 500
10, 555, 000

2 335 2181,730,125

Capital

Number

1932

Capital

Number

$5,932, 500
23, 615, 000
4, 763, 400
4, 850, 000
1, 870,000
1, 671, 000
46,122, 464
3, 305, 000
3, 562, 500
1, 585, 000
625, 000
1, 512, 500

10
14
9
9
12
6
3
13
8
3
5
6

$1, 521, 539
1, 630,000
1,195,000
420,000
1, 575, 000
365, 000
216, 078
855,000
665,000
1, 330, 000
2, 655,000
1, 225, 000

8
11
5
11
4
4
2
8
2
2
7

3 225 3 99,414,364

*98

* 13,652,617

6 64

22
25
35
28
17
15
16
20
19
9
6
13

Capital

$14, 600, 504
24, 665,000
285, 500
822, 500
6, 050, 000
750, 050
70, 000
845, 000
260,000
72, 500
925, 010
5

49, 346,064

1
Of these cases, 77 were effected
2
Of these cases, 80 were effected
3
Of these cases, 68 were effected
4
Of these cases, 12 were effected
fi

wholly or in part by stock dividends aggregating $16,809,000.
wholly or in part by stock dividends aggregating $20,793,750.
wholly or in part by stock dividends aggregating $6,085,130.
wholly or in part by stock dividends aggregating $752,617.
Of these cases, 3 were effected wholly or in part by stock dividends aggregating $270,504.

TABLE N O . 12.—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
Closed

Chartered
Year
No.
1914
1915

1918
1919
1920
1921.
1922.
1923.
1924.
1925.
1926.
1927_
1928.
1929.
1930_
1931.
1932.

Capital

Consolidated
under act
N o v . 7, 1918

No. Loss to
capital

In voluntary
liquidation

No.

Capital

Insolvent

No.

Net yearly
Net yearly
increase
decrease
(exclusive of
(exclusive of
existing banks existing banks
increasing
decreasing
their capital) their capital)

Capital No.

Capital No.

Capital

\,
$9, 622, 000
113 $26, 487, 000 21 $1, 810,000
82 13, 795,000 14 1,830,000
5, 935, 500
9,689, 500
26 9,003, 000
135 14, 828,000 13 805,000
6, 630, 000
7 1, 230,000
62
4, 007, 500
11, 590,000
107 14,367, 500
2
94
250, 000
3,015, 000
13,400, 000
68 16,165,000
1
25, 000 135 $2,155,000
21, 780, 000 261 $3, 220, 000 83 16, 380, 000
5
205, 000 257 14,492, 500
31, 077, 500
i 1, 650, 000 84 14, 730,000
18
19, 790,000
20, 005, 000
i 850, 000 93 37,075,000 34 1,870, 000
24, 890,800
1 3, 275, 000 103 18,910,000 31 2, 015, 000 77 690,800
30, 522, 500
3 14," 747," 500
i 2, 575, 000 121 39, 290,000 53 3, 405, 000
174 30, 260,000
21, 375,000
i 1, 255,000 155 40, 745,000 138 9, 635, 000
26, 040, 000
i 1, 660,000 123 14, 467, 500 98 6, 420,000 15 3, 492, 500
114 8,820,810
29, 705,000
i 4, 455, 010 153 28, 668, 300 91 5, 412, 500
43, 570, 000
176 4, 439,000
i 3,407,000 165 37,495,000 135 8, 257,000
26,160,000
125 11, 743, 500
i 6.857, 500 156 27, 381,000 61 4,135,000
38,195, 000
201 70, 707, 575
i 4, 780,075 221 98, 267, 500 79 6, 575, 000
288 35, 260, 400
12, 240, 000
1 1, 355,000 263 39, 230, 400 104 8, 355,000
1,
599 96,809, 500
9,690,000
1 2,882, 500 308 59, 595, 000 2 369 46, 862, 000
1
I,
515 55,406, 385
3, 385, 500 236 97,340,300 380 50, 505, 585
87,145, 000

195 $18,
1,675, 000

144
122
176
164
245
361
169
232
190
135
251
160
135
113
141
108
78

1
2

Amount of capital stock reductions incident to consolidations.
Includes 16 banks with an aggregate capital of $2,060,000 restored to solvency. There were also 9 banks
restored with an aggregate capital of $1,615,000 for which receivers had been appointed prior to Nov. 1,1931.
Also includes 5 banks with an aggregate capital of $1,125,000 which had been placed in voluntary liquidation
by their shareholders during the current year, and 29 banks with an aggregate capital of $3,880,000 which
had been placed in voluntary liquidation by their shareholders prior to N ov. 1,1931.
3 There was a decrease of 515 banks, considering the 25 banks restored to solvency and the 34 banks which
were in voluntary liquidation.




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TABLE NO. 13.—Total number of national hanks organized, consolidated under at
of November 7, 1918, insolvent, in voluntary liquidation, and in existence &
October 81, 1982

States, Territories, etc.

Consoli- j
dat
Organ- undere d •
act Insolvent In liqui- In existized
dation
ence
Nov. 7, !
1918

Maine
New Hampshire..
Vermont
Massachusetts—
Rhode Island
Connecticut

113
74
77
361
65
119

Total New England States.
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia-

809

42

389

35

967
390
1,170
30
128
30

85
26
125
1
7
4

339
79
253
13
52
10

49
27
75
1
6
1

248

67
16
23
182
51
50

106

4
14
1

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

2,715

746

1,61

238
171
136
113
173
126
166
73
87
1,086
131
234
199

20
31
40
38
36
38
37
14
9
119
30
23
23

63
45
48
48
69
37
47
30
46
446
47
94
87

13

Total Southern States_
Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan. _
Wisconsin..
Minnesota.
Iowa
Missouri. _.

2,933

458

1,107

643
409
737
274
246
472
511
280

72
54
150
36
22
90
158
42

283
189
232
129
84
144
183
128

Total Middle Western States..
North Dakota.
South DakotaNebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico. .
Oklahoma

3,572

624

1,372

Total Western States
Washington.
Oregon
California
Idaho
Utah
Nevada .-_
Arizona

2, 555

Total Pacific States..
Alaska
The Territory of HawaiiPuerto Rico

1,048

Total Alaska and Insular Possessions
Total United States




77

81
60
165
151
64
20
63
30
397

256
217
388
439
191
207
80
720
27

523

8i

4
2.

21
49;
10!
8;
I,

27;
26<
15(
34:
10!
13:
23:

10:
1, 49*

22
5:
2,
9!

a
24:

1,031

97-

69
42
274
44
15
5
15

214
142
500
108
38
16
30

87,

2
1
li

34

162

464

38

368

5,057

5,115

6,10

12
13, 644

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149

TABLE N O . 14.—Changes of corporate title of national banks, year ended October
Charter
No.

Title and location

The First National Bank and Trust Company of Yankton, S. Dak., to "First Dakota
National Bank and Trust Company of Yankton"
_
The American National Bank of Port Townsend, Wash., to " T h e First American National Bank of Port Townsend"
__
5782 The American National Bank of Mt. Carmel, 111., to "American-First National Bank
of Mount Carmel"
.
1683 The First National Bank of Mankato, Minn., to "First National Bank & Trust Company of Mankato"
_
_
_
2068

13351

10868 The Citizens National Bank of Bristol, S. Dak., to " T h e First National Bank in Bristol".
12922 The Empire National Bank of St. Paul, Minn., to " T h e Empire National Bank and
Trust Company of St. P a u l "
„
8320 T h e Springdale National Bank, Springdale, Pa., to " T h e National Bank of Springdale"13175 The Northeast National Bank and Trust Company in Phildelphia, Pa., to " T h e Northeast National Bank of Philadelphia"
_
3604 Commercial National Bank and Trust Company of Philadelphia, Pa., to "Commercial
National Bank of Philadelphia"
__
13180 City National Bank & Trust Company of Philadelphia, Pa., to " C i t y National Bank
of Philadelphia"
13113 Mt. Airy National Bank and Trust Company in Philadelphia, Pa., to " M t . Airy National Bank in Philadelphia"
1482 The First National Bank of Henry, III., to "First-Henry National Bank"
First Dakota National Bank and Trust Company of Yankton, S. Dak., to " T h e First
2068
Dakota National Bank and Trust Company of Yankton"
__
7363 The Parnassus National Bank, Parnassus, Pa., to " T h e Parnassus National Bank, New
Kensington," to conform to change in name of place where bank is located
9682 Cannelton National Bank, Cannelton, Ind., to "First-Cannelton National Bank"
12849 The Knoxville National Bank and Trust Company, Knoxville, Iowa, to "KnoxvilleCitizens National Bank & Trust Company".__
1416 Genesee River National Bank and Trust Company of Mt. Morris, Mount Morris, N . Y.,
to "Genesee River National Bank of Mt. Morris"
___
13535 The Delaware County National Bank, Delaware, Ohio, to " T h e Delaware County
National Bank of Delaware"
100 The Union National Bank and Trust Company of Cadiz, Ohio, to " The Union National
Bank of Cadiz"
„
1216 The Middletown National Bank & Trust Company, Middletown, Conn., to " T h e
Middletown National Bank"
13585 The National Bank of Charleroi, Pa., to " T h e National Bank of Charleroi and Trust
Company"—
_
13324 The National Bank of Valley City, N . Dak., to "First National Bank of Valley City"_
13437 The Snell National Bank in Winter Haven, Fla., to " Exchange National Bank of Winter
Havi "
ven"
3441 The Citizens First National Bank of The Dalles, Oregon, to "The First National Bank
of The Dalles"
_
4592 Citizens-First National Bank of Independence, Kans., to "First National Bank in
Independence"
_
_
11693 Citizens Security National Bank of Everett, Wash., to "Security National Bank of
Everett"
_
__
2378 The Nyack National Bank, Nyack, N. Y., to "The Nyack National Bank and Trust
Company"
__
6921 The First National Bank of Le Sueur Center, Minn., to "The First National Bank of
Le Center," to conform to change in name of place where bank is located
_
8323 The First National Bank and Trust Company of Merchantville, N. J., to " Merchantville
National Bank & Trust Company"
6514 The First National Bank of Liberty ville, 111., to "The First Lake County National Bank
of Libertyville".
_
_
_
__
_
7699 The National Bank of Glens Falls, N. Y., to "Glens Falls National Bank and Trust
Company"
10527 First Wayne National Bank of Detroit, Mich., to "First National Bank-Detroit"
13627 Cherry River National Bank, Richwood, W. Va., to "Cherry River National Bank of
Richwood"




Date

1931
Nov. 14
Dec.

7

Dec. 14
Dec. 16
1932
Jan. 2
Do.
Jan.

9

Jan. 13
Jan. 14
Jan. 16
Jan. 19
Jan. 20
Jan. 25
Jan. 28
Feb. 8
Do.
Feb. 19
Feb. 27
Mar. 26
Mar. 28
Apr. 8
Apr. 11
Do.
May 9
May 21
May 27
May 31
June 10
June 30
Aug.

1

Oct.
Oct.

3
8

Oct. 21

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TABLE N O . 15.—Changes of corporate title incident to consolidations of nation

banks and of State banks ivith national banks, year ended October 31, 1982

The Second National Bank of Atlantic City, N. J. (3621), Atlantic County Trust Company, Atlantic Cit
and The Chelsea National Bank of Atlantic City (5884), consolidated under the charter of the latt
with title: Chelsea-Second National Bank and Trust Co. of Atlantic City.
American Bank and Trust Company of Danville, 111., and The Palmer National Bank of Danville (4731
consolidated under the charter of the latter with title: Palmer-American National Bank of Danville.
The Dawson National Bank, Dawson, Ga. (4115), and The City National Bank of Dawson (6496), conso
dated under the charter of the latter with title: The Dawson-City National Bank.
Peoples Wayne County Bank, Detroit, Mich., and First National Bank in Detroit (10527), consolidati
under the charter of the latter with title: First Wayne National Bank of Detroit.
Guardian Detroit Bank, Detroit, Mich., and The National Bank of Commerce of Detroit (8703), conso
dated under the charter of the latter with title: Guardian National Bank of Commerce of Detroit.
Merchants Trust Company of Greensburg, Pa., The Union Trust Co. of Greensburg, and The Fit
National Bank of Greensburg (2558), consolidated under the charter of the latter with title: The Fir
National Bank and Trust Company of Greensburg.
Path Valley State Bank, Dry Run, Pa., and The Citizens National Bank of Dry Run (10811), eonsolidat<
under the charter of the latter with title: The Path Valley National Bank of Dry Run.
The First National Bank of Kenedy, Tex. (12182), and The Nichols National Bank of Kenedy (1218/
consolidated under the charter of the latter with title: First-Nichols National Bank of Kenedy.
The National Bank of Phoenix ville, Pa. (674), and The Farmers and Mechanics National Bank of Phoeni
ville (1936), consolidated under the charter of the latter with title: Farmers and Mechanics-Nation
Bank of Phoenixville.
The Citizens National Bank of Dalles City, Oreg. (11807), and The First National Bank of The Dall
(3441), consolidated under the charter of the latter with title: The Citizens First National Bank of Tl
Dalles.
Security National Bank of Salt Lake City, Utah (9652), and The Deseret National Bank of Salt Lake Cii
(2059), consolidated under the charter of the latter with title: The First National Bank of Salt Lake Cit
The National Exchange Bank of Beckley, W. Va. (12283), and The Beckley National Bank, Beckle
(10589), consolidated under the charter of the latter with title: Beckley National Exchange Bank.
The Flat Top National Bank of Bluefield, W. Va. (6674), and The Bluefield National Bank, Bluefie
(11109), consolidated under the charter of the latter with title: The Flat Top National Bank of Bluefiel
The Peoples National Bank of Spring Grove, Pa. (8141), and The First National Bank of Spring Grcr
(6536), consolidated under the charter of the latter with title: The Spring Grove National Bank.
The Fanners and Merchants National Bank of Radford, Va. (11690), and The First National Bank of Ra<
ford (6782), consolidated under the charter of the latter with title: The First and Merchants Nation
Bank of Radford.
The Clark National Bank, Clark, W. Va. (10157), and The First National Bank of Northfork (8309), co]
solidated under the charter of the latter with title: The First Clark National Bank of Northfork.
Anglo-California Trust Company, San Francisco, Calif., and The Anglo & London Paris National Bank <
San Francisco (9174), consolidated under the charter of the latter with title: The Anglo California Nation;
Bank of San Francisco.
The First National Bank of Gate City, Va. (7208), and The Peoples National Bank in Gate City (13502
consolidated under the charter of the latter with title: The First & Peoples National Bank of Gate Cit
The First National Bank of Stroudsburg, Pa. (2787), and The Stroudsburg National Bank, Stroudsbui
(3632), consolidated under the charter of the latter with title: The First-Stroudsburg National Bank.
The Blair County National Bank & Trust Company of Tyrone, Pa. (6516), and The First National Bar
of Tyrone (4355), consolidated under the charter of the latter with title: First Blair County Nations
Bank of Tyrone.
The First National Bank of Plainfield, N. J. (447), and The Fourth National Bank of Plainfield (13629
consolidated under the charter of the latter with title: The First National Bank of Plainfield.




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151

TABLE N O . 16.—National banks chartered during the year ended October 31, 1932

13637
13632

The National Bank of Eastern Arkansas of Forrest City.
The First National Bank in Lake Village
Total (2 banks)

13624

$50,000
50,000
100,000

COLORADO

First National Bank in Loveland.

50,000
FLOR1DA

13641

The First National Bank of Homestead

25,000

ILLINOIS

13625 The Altona National Bank
13597 The First National Bank in Blandinsville
13630 The First National Bank in Champaign
13638 City National Bank and Trust Company of Chicago
13639 Continental Illinois National Bank and Trust Company of Chicago..
13631 El Paso National Bank
13611 The National Bank of Mendota
13577 The State-National Bank of Peru, Illinois
13605 The Second National Bank of Robinson
13579 The First National Bank in Tremont

Total (10 banks).
13580
13643

79, 610, 000

The National Bank of Logansport__.
The National Bank of Martinsville-

175,000
50,000

Total (2 banks)
13609

25,000
25,000
150, 000
4,000,000
75,000, 000
35,000
50,000
150, 000
150, 000
25,000

225, 000

The Newton National Bank._

100,000
KANSAS

13601

First National Bank in Alma.

50,000
KENTUCKY

13612

Mercer County National Bank of Harrodsburg

100,000

MASSACHUSETTS

13604
13622
13607
13600

Gloucester National Bank of Gloucester
The National Bank of Bay City_
The Bessemer National Bank
The First National Bank at Pontiac.
Total (3 banks)

13615

100,000

MICHIGAN

400,000
50,000
500,000
950, 000

The Stewartville National Bank.

MINNESOTA

35,000
NEBRASKA

13617
13591
13620
13582

The Nebraska National Bank of Alliance _
The American National Bank of Creighton_
First National Bank in Loup City
The De Lay National Bank of Norfolk
Total (4 banks).

100,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
250,000

NEW JERSEY

13628
13629

The First National Bank of Belvidere
The Fourth National Bank of Plainfield i
Total (2 banks).

100,000
200,000
300,000

NEW YORK

13590
13584
13592
13583

First National Bank in Callicoon
Carthage National Exchange Bank
First National Bank in Mamaroneck
Montour National Bank in Montour Falls
Total (4 banks)

475,000

i Title changed to "The First National Bank of Plainfield."

147796°-—33




100, 000
200,000
150,000
25,000

11

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TABLE NO. 16.—National banks chartered during the year ended October 81, 1932Continued

NORTH CAROLINA.

13613
13636
13626

The National Bank of Burlington. _
First National Bank in Henderson.
National Bank of Wilson

$100,000
100,000
100,000

Total (3 banks)

300,000
NORTH DAKOTA.

13594

The First and Farmers National Bank of Portland.. _

13596
13586

oero
The Peoples National Bank of New Lexington_
The Union National Bank of Youngstown
Total (2 banks) _

13602
13633

25 000

75,000
1, 250,000
1, 325,000

The First National Bank of La Grande 2
The Valley National Bank of Milton
Total (2 banks) _

125,000
25,000
150,000

PENNSYLVANIA

13585
13644
13618
13606
13619

The National Bank of Charleroi3
The Union National Bank of Donora
First National Bank in Mansfield
The Portland National Bank
The Miners National Bank of Shenandoah.

200,000
200, 000
50,000
95,000
125,000
670,000

Total (5 banks)
SOUTH DAKOTA

13589

The Security National Bank of Viborg

25,000

TENNESSEE

13640
13635

The First National Bank in Bristol
The Hamilton National Bank of Johnson City
Total (2 banks)-

250, 000
250,000
500,000

TEXAS

13588
13595
13623
13610
13614
13593
13608
13642
13587
13578
13598

The Citizens National Bank in Brownwood
First Coleman National Bank of Coleman
The First National Bank in Decatur
Fredericksburg National Bank
The State National Bank of Iowa Park
First National Bank in Munday
The First National Bank of Odessa
First National Bank in Pleasanton
San Angelo National Bank of San Angelo
The National Bank of Fort Sam Houston at San Antonio_
The First National Bank in Stamford

100,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
40,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
400,000
100,000
50,000
965, 000

Total (11 banks)
VIRGINIA

13603

The Planters National Bank in Fredericksburg

100,000

WASHINGTON

13581

Ballard First National Bank of Seattle

100,000

WEST VIRGINIA

13621
13627
13634

The Peoples National Bank of Parkersburg
Cherry River National Bank * (located at Richwood).
The Weston National Bank
Total (3 banks).

2 Receiver appointed Oct. 22, 1932.
3 Title changed to "The National Bank of Charleroi and Trust Company."
4
Title changed to Cherry River National Bank of Richwood.




340,000
50,000
100,000
490,000

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153

TABLE N O . 16.—National banks chartered during the year ended October 81, 1932Continued
Charter
No.

Capital

Title
WISCONSIN

13599
13616

The First National Bank in Fennimore
Oconomowoc National Bank
_
Total (2banks)....

_

...

$50,000
75,000

_

-

125,000

Total United States (68 banks)

-

._..

87,145,000

TABLE N O . 17.—National banks chartered which are conversions of State banks
during the year ended October 81, 1982

Charter
No.

Title and location

State

13578 The National Bank of Fort Sam Hous-

ton at San Antonio.

13581 Ballard First National Bank of Seattle
13582 The De Lay National Bank of Norfolk

Approxisur- ApproxiDate of Authorized mate and
plus
charter
capital
undivided mate assets
profits

1931
Texas. Nov. 13
Wash Dec. 22
Nebr_. ..do

$100,000

$34,650

$786,343

100,000
100,000

26,583
27,135

685,381
1,017,534

1932
The American National Bank of Creigh- . . d o - Jan. 14
12,023
25,000
327,443
ton.
13619 The Miners National Bank of Shenan- Pa--- June 15
288,168
125,000
2,141,661
doah.
13637 The National Bank of Eastern Arkansas Ark... Oct. 1
153,741
50,000
1,345,188
of Forrest City.
13639 Continental Illinois National Bank and Ill
Oct. 15 75,000, 000 66,000,805 809,771,250
Trust Company of Chicago.
13591

Total (7 banks).

75,500,000 66, 543,105 816,074,800

TABLE N O . 18.—National banks, by States and geographical divisions, organized,
failed, and reported in voluntary liquidation during the year ended October 31,
1932
Organized
States

Failed

Num- Authorized Number
capital
ber

Maine
New Hampshire
.
Massachusetts
Connecticut .__ _.
Total New England
States . . .
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
_
_
Maryland
_
Total Eastern States.

1

$100,000

Voluntary liquidations

Capital

Assets

5
1

$3,555,585
500,000

$46,042,635
4,413, 343

Number
1
1
4
2

Capital

Gross assets

$100,000
60,000
9,150,000
700, 000

$2,013, 078
523,652
94,403,695
11,073,311

10, 010, 000

108,013, 736

1

100,000

6

4, 055, 585

50,455,978

8

4
2
5

475,000
300,000
670,000

16
10
33
1
2

1, 760,000
3,505,000
2,835,000
100, 000
65,000

* 20, 704, 027
2
26,806,809
3 29, 096, 274
4
1 , 208, 092
1,068, 963

20
10
15

60,575, 300 503,564,869
1,700, 000
18,147, 217
1,050, 000
12, 288, 650

11

1, 445,000

62

8, 265, 000

78,884,165

45

63, 325, 300

534, 000, 736

1 Includes 1 bank with capital of $500,000 and assets of $245,443 previously reported in voluntary liquidation.
2
Includes 1 bank with capital of $50,000 and assets of $923,294 restored to solvency.
3 Includes 3 banks with capital aggregating $260,000, two of which had assets of $1,676,577 previously
reported in voluntary liquidation and 3 banks with capital aggregating $210,000 and assets of $2,478,267
restored to solvency.
4
Restored to solvency.




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TABLE N O . 18.—National banks, by States and geographical divisions, organizedt

failed, and reported in voluntary liquidation during the year ended October 31,
1932—Continued
Organized
States

Num- Authorized Numcapital
ber
ber

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

11
2
1
2

Total Southern States.

24

Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan _
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Iowa
Missouri-- Total Middle Western States

1
3
3

$100,000
490,000
300,000

1

25,000

965,000
100,000
100,000
500,000

5
6
14
5
5
2
6
4
1
16
3
11
8

Capital

Voluntary liquidations
Assets

$805,000 8 $8, 248,453
970, 000 6 10, 482, 750
3,500, 000 7 31, 720,487
8 5,627,480
875,000
1,209,182
255,000
« 1,562,895
600,000
900,000 io 5,402, 200
92,5,000 " 6,910, 218
4 966,308
50,000
1,755,000 12 12,776,997
1, 007,421
175, 000
9,983,994
1,600,000
8,837,838
1,610,000

Number
5
7
1

Capital
$685,000
400,000
200,000

Gross assets
$8,102,687
4,638,099
1,281,182

1

100,000

809,059

2

300,000

2,813,401

28
2
3
2

2,270,000
100,000
250,000
3,025,000

17,374, 638
1,082,110
2,408, 245
41,519,396

2, 580, 000

86

14,020, 000

104,736, 223

51

7,330,000

80,028, 817

2 1, 325,000
2
225, 000
10 79,610, 000
3
950. 000
2
125, 000
1
35,000
1
100,000

13
15
61
6
5
6
25
10

1, 300, 000
2, 265, 000
9,585,000
1,375, 000
375, 000
200, 000
2,330,000
890,000

13 8,317,707
» 23, 784,196
* 74, 598,692
«
1 16,902,651
6
1 4, 364,608
7
1, 810,165
is 25,084,292
8,061,950

8
12
20
5
12
6
11
2

3,440, 000
2, 075, 000
1,605,000
1,200,000
2,130,000
185,000
1,365,000
500,000

32,360, 622
20, 987, 867
13,730, 469
10,850,846
22,346,441
1, 944, 279
17,668, 655
5, 422,222

21 82, 370,000

141

18,320, 000

162,924, 261

76

12,500,000

125, 311,401

4

7
8
8
4
9
5

100,000
195, 000
435, 000
380,000
185,000
290,000
400,000

552,500
1,944,831
5,963,523
4,346,358
1,190,421
2, 205, 425
is 2, 735,526

7
3
3
7

175,000
150,000
150,000
505, 000

896, 892
1,151,355
1,443, 779
3,842,290

3
12

175,000
310,000

1,705, 238
2,135,121

North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas »
Montana
Colorado
_
Oklahoma
Total Western States.

1
1
4
1

25,000
25,000
250,000
50,000

1

50,000

8

400,000

45

1,985,000

18,938,584

35

1,465,000

11,174, 675

1
2

100,000
150,000

8
7
15
7
1

1, 025,, 000
410,, 000
1,425,000
800v000
50,000

9, 739,175
3, 079,122
15,760,040
5,753,281
193,929

7
7
4
2

900,000
710,000
925,000
75,000

6,009, 085
8,774,917
5,247,620
1,000,615

1

100,000

349, 216

2

Washington
Oregon
California
Idaho
- _Utah
Nevada
Arizona
Total Pacific States..
Total United States,.

Failed

150,000

1,113,651

3

250,000

40

3,860, 000

35,639,198

21

2,710,000

21,381,453

68 87,145,000

380

50,505, 585

451,578,409

236

97,340,300

879,910,818

5 Includes 2 banks with capital aggregating $700,000 and assets of $7,054,114 previously reported in voluntary liquidation and one with capital of $30,000 and assets of $652,523 restored to solvency.
6 Includes 2 banks with capital aggregating $27*5,000 and assets of $606,251 previously reported in voluntary liquidation and 2 banks with capital aggregating $570,000 and assets of $6,919,013 restored to solvency.
7 Includes 2 banks with capital aggregating $400,000 and assets of $2,491,141 restored to solvency.
8 Includes 1 bank with capital of $150,000 and assets of $372,940 previously reported in voluntary liquidation.
G Includes 1 bank with capital of $500,000 and assets of $834,388 previously reported in voluntary liquidation.
io Includes 1 bank with capital of $200,000 and assets of $523,787 previously reported in voluntary
liquidation.
" Includes 1 bank with capital of $400,000 and assets of $897,736 previously reported in voluntary
liquidation.
1 Includes 4 banks with capital aggregating $275,000 and assets of $455,423 previously reported in volun2
tary liquidation.
1 Includes 5 banks with capital aggregating $450,000 and assets of $1,555,390 previously reported in volun3
tary liquidation and 1 bank with capital of $75,000 and assets of $757,144 restored to solvency.
i* Includes 1 bank with capital of $100,000 and assets of $323,078 previously reported in voluntary
liquidation.
is Includes 9 banks with capital aggregating $870,000 and assets of $2,719,626 previously reported in voluntary liquidation and 2 banks with capital aggregating $75,000 and assets of $691,160 restored to solvency.
is Includes 1 bank with capital of $400,000 and assets of $5,004,871 restored to solvency.
w Includes 1 bank with capital of $100,000 and assets of $1,740,756 restored to solvency.
18
Includes 2 banks with capital aggregating $75,000 and assets of $107,508 previously reported in voluntary liquidation.
i° Includes 1 bank with capital of $250,000 and assets of $589,330 previously reported in voluntary
liquidation.




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TABLE N O . 19.—Number and classification of national banks chartered monthly
during the year ended October 81, 1932
Conversions

Reorganizations

Primary organizations

Total

Months
Number
November
December
January
February
March
April

_.

May

June
July
August
September
October
Total

_

-

Capital

1
2
1

--

$100,000
200,000
25, 000

1

125, 000

Number




75, 050, 000

7

75, 500, 000

10

Capital

Number

Capital

150, 000
50,000
350, 000
575, 000

$175,000
1, 650,000
825, 000
800, 000
795, 000
200, 000
250, 000
965, 000
175, 000
385, 000
25, 000
4, 075, 000

3
7
8
6
9
3
4
7
5
4
3
9

$275, 000
2, 050, 000
850,000
800,000
795, 000
200,000
250,000
1,090, 000
325,000
435,000
375,000
79, 700, 000

1, 325, 000

51

10, 320, 000

68

87,145, 000

$200,000

2
1
2
4

Number
2
4
7
6
9
3
4
6
3
3
1
3

1

2

_.

Capital

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TABLE N O . 20.—Principal items of resources and liabilities of national banks,

classified according to capital stock, December 31, 1931
CAPITAL STOCK OF LESS THAN $50,000
[In thousands of dollars]

Location

Number of
banks

Loans and Bonds
discounts, and secu- Aggregate
Capital
rities
including
overdrafts owned

Surplus
and undivided
profits

Total
deposits

COUNTRY BANK3

Maine
New Hampshire..
Vermont
Massachusetts
Connecticut

100
131
861
785
674

Total New England States.
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania..
Delaware
Maryland
Total Eastern States
Virginia
West Virginia
N o r t h Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee
_.-

2,551

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

306
480
1,591
1,800
1,363
5, 540

25
50
75
125
75
350

64
140
81

206
336
1,285
1,449
1,058

454

4,334

82
25
167
3
16

18,960
7,929
35, 740
665
4,951

20,057
5,405
36,338
523
4,997

44,404
15, 557
83, 586
1,320
11,266

2,150
650
4,355
75
435

2,788
1,185
91
910

35, 780
11,913
64,187
1,009
9,250

293

68,245

67,320

156,133

7,665

13, 783

122,139

31
21
1
3
10
1
17
1
5
154
22
24
19

8,496
4,209
746
490
1,313
52
2,403
504
525
15, 538
2,301
6,341
3,563

2,697
1,393
167
307
380
155
1,102
73
154
5,096
1,151
3,156
1,305

13, 251
7,167
1,177
1,053
2,164
305
5,289
645
922
29,454
4, 505
12,035
6,106

853
590
130
75
275
25
480
25
125
4,235
560
655
515

861
472
85
55
155
28
539
52
26
2,420
299
924
407

10,300
5,475
856
795
1,309
227
3,712
496
670
19,959
3,102
9,634
4,540

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

107
233
577
473
459
1,8

46, 481

17,136

84,073

8,543

6,323

61,075

51
52
106
16
29
120
62
27

8,942
8,417
13, 698
2,274
4,863
22, 293
10. 693
3,960

6,028
4,776
11, 463
1,938
4,041
19,467
5,417
2,483

18,043
16,149
31,117
5,117
10,382
50,902
20,066
8,012

1,431
1,425
2,932
460
770
3,215
1,745
725

1,471
902
1,906
209
441
1,974
1,073
377

13, 516
12, 254
23,506
3,880
8,459
42,032
15,160
6,178

463

75, 140

55, 613

159, 788

12, 703

8,353

124,985

54
47
60
106
25
43
10
150

8,077
7,568
10, 428
16,058
2, 221
1,036
6,302
1,334
16,828

3,770
3,502
5,055
6,177
1,718
1,206
3,879
688
13, 552

15,040
13, 932
19,304
28,714
5,298
3,627
13,257
2,808
40,826

1,405
1,240
1,630
2,792
640
190
1,145
260
3,900

892
704
1,203
1,761
236
223
668
189
1,714

11,369
10,543
14, 547
21, 234
3,918
3,078
10,254
2,159
32,459

502

69,852

39, 547

142,806

13, 202

7,590

109, 561

3,394
2,012
4,944
1,126
186
591
353

8,648
6,247
14,140
3,755
1,157
2,096
704

655
580
925
375
75
90
50

332
332
791
206
108
134
16

7,214
4,931
11, 493
2,811
910
1,761
612

25
22
37
14
3
3
2

3,570
2,626
5,960
1,769
790
1, 217
225

Total Pacific States..

106

16,157

12, 606

36, 747

2,750

1,919

29,732

Total United States.

1,690

278, 426

194, 071

585, 087

45, 213

38, 422

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TABLE N O . 20.—Principal items of resources and liabilities of national
classified according to capital stock, December 31, 1981—Continued

157
banks,

CAPITAL STOCK OF $50,000 BUT LESS THAN $200,000
[In thousands of dollars]
Number of
banks

Location

Loans and Bonds
discounts, and secu- Aggregate
rities
including
resources
owned
overdrafts

Capital

Surplus
and undivided
profits

Total
deposits

RESERVE CITIES

Dallas
San Antonio
Waco
Pueblo
Seattle

1,226
201
214
461
522

5,045
586
926
2,149
1,494

150
100
100
100
100

350
10
105
33

4,309
474
648
1,841
1,359

2,624

4,137

10, 200

550

564

8,631

23, 320
25, 507
22, 339
62,123
1,475
15, 704

Total reserve cities

2,119
156
357
1,252
253

29, 795
19, 627
21,170
52, 022
1,387
13, 407

61, 700
54, 840
49, 880
134, 676
3,311
34, 570

2,365
3,705
3,285

420
2,245

4,192
4,939
3,315
10, 683
501
3,411

51, 220
40,137
39, 013
104, 470
1,705
25,767

COUNTRY BANKS
Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut

Total Southern States
Ohio-__
Indiana
Elinois
Michigan
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Iowa
Missouri

-

Total Middle
States
North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma

Western
-

-

Total Western States




150, 468

137, 408

338, 977

20, 118

27, 041

262, 312

207, 943
119, 725
307, 793
4,249
39, 244

203, 021
100, 066
263, 423
3,182
33, 542

470, 576
259,711
664,146
8, 589
83, 283

24, 800
14, 660
38,423
660
3,695

33, 861
17, 364
76, 837
947
6,201

372, 463
205, 096
497, 013
6, 061
68, 798

943

678, 954

603, 234 1, 486, 305

82, 238

85
50
24
12
41
35
42
19
16
286
21
81
50

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

220
289
164
436
9
45

Total New England States
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland

59, 535
32, 795
15, 413
6,963
17,293

6, 398
92, 247
7,437
50, 470
30,116

16, 744
12, 626
4,275
3,308
8,922
20, 568
7,905
2,122
3, 642
48,171
4,996
19,817
9,111

92, 442
55, 330
26, 298
13, 561
32, 929
40, 083
34, 401
7,156
12, 996
194, 558
16, 486
85,192
47, 875

762

351, 030

162, 207

151
90
204
67
74
94
108
52

75, 624
45, 340
91,983
36, 404
45, 233
35, 646
44, 794
19, 938

49, 538
29, 255
79,131
41, 069
39, 624
45, 431
29, 925
16, 266

840

394, 962

28
87
106
21
15
47
14
80

15, 515
14, 293
32, 510
39,155
9,265
11, 975
19, 752
7, 856
26,128

426

176, 449

10,101
18,190
4,072

7,020
4,050
2,225

135, 210 1,149, 431
6,813

985
3, 745
2,925
3,340
500
1,300
20, 927
1,605
6,523
3,904

2,021
685
2,855
2,334
3,083
544
962
16,384
1,024
5,928
2,979

69,037
40, 890
19, 362
10, 634
21, 460
32,460
22, 701
4,972
9,394
140,001
11, 956
63,884
34, 592

659, 307

59, 049

49, 505

481, 343

153, 214
94, 368
209, 247
92, 276
102, 384
102, 849
93,165
47, 703

12, 797
7,977
15, 443
5,760
6,075
6,600
• "7,215

13,092
5,750
14, 441
4,437
5,812
4,480
4,311
2,721

111, 375
70, 405
160, 356
73, 203
83, 379
85,844
73,854
35, 439

330, 239

895, 206

65, 697

55,044

693, 855

12,049
15, 014
19, 512
25, 589
8,978
7,083
16, 896
6,465
32, 548

34,181
36,919
66,194
87, 762
23, 352
24,201
47, 966
17, 685
75,832

2,170
2,050
5, 615
7,315
1, 770
1,280
3,395
1,000
5, 500

1,602
1,888
3,689
5,011
1,353
1,558
2,075
623
2,829

28,467
30, 843
50,105
68, 508
19, 305
19, 737
39, 493
14, 630
63, 363

144,134

414, 092

30, 095

20, 628

334, 451

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TABLE N O . 20.—Principal items of resources and liabilities of national banks,

classified according to capital stock, December 31,

1931—Continued

CAPITAL STOCK OF $50,000 BUT LESS THAN $200,000—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
Loans a n
Bonds
Num- discounts,d and secu- Aggregate
ber of including
rities
resources
b a n k s overdrafts
owned

Location

Capital

Surplus
and undivided
profits

Total
deposits

COUNTKY BANKS—continued

Washington

.

48
50
97
19
8
4
6

18,583
20,741
43,935
7,541
3,911
1,973
2,770

22, 469
17,532
34, 784
6,868
1,815
1,399
2,456

54,229
48, 924
97, 538
19, 318
7,578
4,349
7,064

3,610
3,945
7,915
1,300
550
310
500

2,253
2,336
4,903
759
308
275
439

45, 711
39,192
77,730
15,851
6,163
3,530
5,467

232

99, 454

87, 323

239,000

18,130

11, 273

193, 644

4

1,717

1,868

5,015

275

254

4,315

Total country banks

3, 4217

1, 853, 034

1, 466, 413

4, 037, 902

275, 602

298, 955

3,119, 351

Total United States

3, 432

1, 855, 658

1, 470, 550

4, 048,102

276, 152

299,519

3,127, 982

Oregon
California

- -

Idaho
Utah
Nevada.Arizona
Total Paciac States
Alaska (nonmember banks)

CAPITAL STOCK OF $200,000 BUT LESS T H A N $500,000
CENTRAL RESERVE CITT

Chicago,.

168

490

200

21

188

4,352
1,765
22,304
3,172
9,810
4,322
5,827
2,250
5,908
2,882
3,060
3,911
1,929
9,612
670
1,106
3,433
4,295
1,630
7,669
5, 936
7,747
2,354
6,383
4,145
6, 233
1,210
1,210
2,208
904
2,903
4,009
671
4,230

2,847
4,493
11, 778
904
6,076
1,790
7,353
426
4,454
1,355
2,538
477
4,771
14, 606
632
573
1,234
2,978
3,163
10,113
3,296
3,792
10, 010
3,138
2,426
3,624
2,000
1,092
4,957
430
3,682
2,073
594
5,090

8,874
6,951
41,098
6,040
21,087
7,900
18, 709
3,789
13,796
6,301
7,266
5,977
35,009
1,627
2,313
6,090
10, 758
5,891
24,417
12, 018
17, 378
15, 556
12, 582
8,341
12, 299
4,603
3,379
9,550
1,831
9,182
8,140
2,475
14, 790

900
800
2,800
400
1,075
500
600
200
400
650
250
300
400
3,550
200
200
350
250
200
1,050
700
600
700
500
650
750
200
400
300
250
500
450
200
600

303
413
4,165
632
1,748
1,266
1,205
112
668
273
231
475
1,111
2,272
72
70
167
309
347
926
399
680
457
408
220
303
128
126
526
126
186
198
95
456

6,740
3,82S
28,969
4,701
17,190
5,315
16,523
3,379
12,274
4,276
6,519
5,041
6,686
25, 768
1,224
1,840
5,486
9,999
5,083
21,059
10,830
15, 793
12,682
10,981
6,807
9,429
4,141
2,842
8,471
1,435
8,460
7,310
2,177
12, 575

Total other reserve cities -.

150, 050

128, 765

374, 516

21, 875

21, 073

305,833

Total all reserve cities

150, 241

128, 933

375, 006

22, 075

21, 094

306, 021

OTHER RESERVE CITIES

Brooklyn and Bronx.
Buffalo
Philadelphia
Baltimore
Washington
Charlotte
El Paso
Fort Worth...
Galveston...
—
San Antonio
Waco
Nashville
Cincinnati...
Chicago
Milwaukee
Minneapolis
St. Paul
Des Moines
Dubuque..
Sioux City
Kansas City, Mo..
St. Joseph.
St. Louis
Lincoln
Omaha
Kansas City, Kans.
Topeka
Wichita
Helena
Denver
Oklahoma City.....
Tulsa...
Seattle
Portland




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TABLE N O . 20.—Principal items of resources and liabilities of national

159
banks,

classified according to capital stock, December 81, 1981—Continued
CAPITAL STOCK OF $200,000 BUT LESS THAN $500,000— Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
Number of
banks

Location

Loans and Bonds
discounts, and secu- Aggregate
including
rities
resources
overdrafts
owned

Capital

Surplus
and undivided
profits

2,925
1,800
1,300
9,240
750
4,582

4,817
3,175
674
11,001
1,810
4,975

Total
deposits

COUNTRY BANKS
Maine.
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut
_
Total New
States

31,010
13,184
7,188
72, 323
8,153
36, 234

23,974
10,815
5,197
51,175
6,165
18, 420

79

168, 092

115, 746

330, 694

20, 597

26, 452

256, 357

84
62
111
4
3

171,139
123, 444
242, 749
5,958
6,874

143,824
83, 614
153, 260
6,026
2,803

361, 245
248,892
465,306
14, 092
11, 792

20, 650
15,425
28,230
913
652

24, 743
17, 287
53,958
2,711
941

286, 697
193, 696
345, 568
9,511
9,885

S9, 527 1,101,327

49, 507
21,425
10, 340
114, 268
11, 638
49,179

England

New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
Total Eastern States

65,870

99, 640

845, 357

31, 560
19, 055
12, 403
9,840
8,367
4,092
20,106
10, 279
3,788
51,167
10, 036
13, 434
9,670

7,497
8,392
3,623
3,661
5,718
7,417
12, 703
5,607
1,538
21, 575
8,743
4,753
2,908

45,947
34,160
20,175
19,469
18, 286
16,087
41, 817
21,091
7,898
100, 649
23, 977
21,966
16,094

3,325
2,425
1,750
1,500
2,200
1,700
4,775
1,650
700
7,400
1,800
2,000
1,550

3,997
2,510
1,639
1,428
1,482
837
2,723
1,256
584
7,251
1,560
1,610

33, 678
25, 270
14, 331
14, 735
12, 207
12, 727
27, 251
17, 250
6,083
79, 443
18, 444
16, 013
11,319

131

203, 797

94,135

387, 616

32, 775

27,563

288, 751

47
17
35
10
20
14
7
12

83, 893
31,137
55,962
17,992
31, 359
23,180
14.939
16.940

51, 662
21,812
46,480
14,195
23,101
19, 090
8,975
15, 082

166, 704
66, 751
128, 695
39, 520
68, 472
53,269
28, 407
40, 203

12, 525
4,725
9,075
2,425
4,750
3,200
1,900
2,950

13, 450
2,681
7,958
2,752
3,104
2,205
901
1,354

123, 009
53, 035
102, 025
31, 494
55, 976
45, 496
23, 402
33, 383

162

275, 402

550,164

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
MissouriTotal Middle
States

61,166
28,821
14, 259
146, 241
15, 712
64,495

Western

592, 021

41, 550

34, 405

467, 820

6,207
2,177
6,631
18, 676
2,435
6,682
3,048
10, 796

20,548
14, 055
8,012
29,599
44, 098
10, 521
23, 673
9,693
29, 298

1,150
875
400
2,400
1,800
800
1,600
650
2,300

648
672
446
1,987
2,429
535
870
300
1,004

17, 901
12, 070
6,908
23, 889
37,973
8,918
20, 271
8,054
24, 757

76, 090

63, 550

189,497

11,975

8,891

160, 741

7,887
10, 508
32, 650
6,134
3,109
3,749

Total Western States
Washington
Oregon
California
Idaho
Nevada
Arizona

200, 397

8,548
4,634
4,159
15,007
14, 012
5,068
10, 326
3,435
10, 901

North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico.
Oklahoma.

7,290
6,495
23, 086
2,962
3,377
7,464

19, 687
22, 342
71, 926
12, 480
7,974
13,891

1,600
1,800
6,200
675
400
700

1,001
887
4,002
433
178
461

15, 566
18, 578
56, 884
10, 607
6,881
12, 030

Total Pacific States

46

64,037

50, 674

148, 300

11, 375

6,962

120, 546

Total country banks

733

1, 337, 582

914, 029

2, 749,455

184,142

203,913

2,139, 572

Total United States

814

1, 487, 823 1, 042, 962

3,124,461

206, 217

225, 007

2, 445, 593




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TABLE N O . 20.—Principal items of resources and liabilities of national

banks,

classified according to capital stock, December SI, 1931—Continued
CAPITAL STOCK OF $500,000 BUT LESS THAN $1,000,000
[In thousands of dollars]
Number of
banks

Location

Loans and Bonds
discounts, and secu- Aggregate Capital
including
rities
resources
overdrafts owned

Surplus
and undivided
profits

Total
deposits

CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES

New York.
Chicago

2,394
4,708

6,575
12,113

1,500
1,250

463
470

3,700
9,990

7,102

7,323

18, 688

2,750

933

13,690

6, 545
17,261
19, 779
7,462
12,186
5,495
3,349
3,622
5,132
3,638
6,325
5,267
4,465
4,771
3,447
7,083
7,679
9,441
1.906
2,766
11,318
1,781
3,483
6,062
8,296
1,287
6,034
11,004
4,115
2,049
1,894
1,273
2, 453
606
3, 521
13,940

8,268
4,696
9,081
4,036
11, 362
2,094
611
1,435
1,178
1,529
3, 397
727
4,105
5,017
697
8,280
6, 435
5,954
2,300
2,120
3,608
1,873
5,736
3,716
1,010
959
9,320
12,070
5,617
3,370
1,406
2,857
1,892
1,394
2,080
14,184

17,801
25, 646
37, 963
14, 273
32, 051
9,532
5, 456
7,363
9,171
6,936
15, 805
7.495
11.220
12,601
5, 396
19, 391
19, 021
22,274
5,316
6,546
19, 725
5,808
10, 622
13, 374
11,165
2,890
20, 308
28, 472
16, 211
8,231
4,114
5,122
5,101
2,318
8,140
38, 958

2,025
1,500
1,700
1,350
2,050
1,000
600
750
750
600
1,100
600
500
500
600
1,260
500
500
500
500
1,600
500
1,200
850
750
200
1,000
1,050
500
500
500
500
500
625
500
2,100

1,042
3,910
4,319
1,613
2,450
1,387
136
373
392
262
660
227
1,286
1, 223
439
1,858
671
506
228
117
1,294
429
367
323
338
78
677
2,341
1,036
100
42
67
205
67
100
1,614

13,372
15, 814
27,645
10, 441
26, 531
6,041
4,557
6,202
7,879
5,443
12, 954
6,605
6,756
10, 273
4,199
15,397
17,595
19,719
4,100
5,849
14,638
4,793
7,907
12,131
6,677
2,207
18, 264
24,122
14, 253
7,579
3,066
4,211
3,883
1,607
6,704
33, 239

216, 735

154,414

491, 816

31, 760

32,177

392, 653

223, 837

161, 737

510, 504

34, 510

33,110

406,343

10, 347
3,300
45,880
12, 440
37,808

Total central reserve cities.

2,994
4,329

3,855
1,836
29, 623
6,719
17,464

16,656
5,865
89, 764
22,497
66,006

1,200
600
5,100
1,850
4,450

1,051
392
6,631
2,332
5,632

12,840
3,813
70, 796
16, 523
50, 767

109, 775

59,497

200, 788

13,200

16,038

154,739

83,130
63,732
117,485
4,748

54,638
58, 576
72,015

159,105
147,358
224, 746
6,727

11,150
7,455
14,150
500

10, 597
9,210
24, 247
395

126,173
118, 746
168, 923
5,584

2f>9, 095

186,109

537,936

33, 255

44, 449

419,426

OTB:ER RESERVE CITIES

Brooklyn and Bronx.
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Baltimore
Washington
Charlotte...
Savannah
Fort Worth
Galveston
Houston
San Antonio
Nashville
Cincinnati
Toledo
Chicago
Peoria
St. Paul
Cedar Rapids
Des Moines
Dubuque
Kansas City, Mo
St. Joseph
_.
St. Louis
Lincoln
Omaha
Kansas City, Kans__.
Topeka
Denver
Pueblo
Oklahoma City
Spokane
Los Angeles
Oakland
San Francisco..Ogden
Salt Lake City
Total other reserve cities.
Total all reserve cities

62

COUNTRY BANKS

Maine
Vermont
Massachusetts..
Rhode Island—.
Connecticut
Total New
States.

England

New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania..
Maryland
Total Eastern States




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161

TABLE N O . 20.—Principal items of resources and liabilities of national banks?
classified according to capital stock, December SI, 1931—Continued
CAPITAL STOCK OF $500,000 BUT LESS THAN $1,000,000—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]

Number of
banks

Location

Loans and Bonds
discounts, and secu- Aggregate
resources
including
rities
overdrafts
owned

Capital

Surplus
and undivided
profits

Total
deposits

COUNTRY BANKS—continued
Virginia
.
West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina .
Georgia
Florida
Alabama. .
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee

.

.
.

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

_

. .
-

Total Middle
States

7
4
4
2
1
1
2
1
1
5
2
2
1

23,624
15,040
9,250
5,063
4,748
2,108
2,780
13,679
2,313
14,731
7,738
7,125
2,685

8,983
5,381
6,224
1,583
1,754
1,986
702
8,279
638
8,365
5,850
2,198
1,350

38,842
25, 390
17, 362
9,063
8,194
5,299
4,861
28,816
4,935
29,938
16, 759
10,740
6,646

3,800
2,000
2,100
1,000
500
800
1,000
1,885
600
2,900
1, 000
1,000
500

1,735
1,812
941
280
264
238
247
1,723
313
1,643
1,288
1,070
174

26,926
17,838
9,693
6,251
7,100
3,452
3, 041
22, 945
3,468
22,589
13,465
7, 555
5,473

33

..

110,884

52, 293

206,845

19,085

11,728

149, 794

6
7
9
8
9
2
1
1

23, 706
22,280
28,675
50, 629
30, 361
4,452
2,940
3,197

10, 275
20,075
20, 448
23,862
19,462
3,869
3,280
3,985

43,958
56,980
64, 296
91,646
64,287
10, 964
8,217
8,525

3,000
3,800
5,200
4,800
4,950
1,200
500
600

3,459
3,149
4,338
5,766
5,289
664
271
239

33, 058
45,848
50,160
72, 237
50, 403
8, 408
7,143
6,898
274,1.53

Western
43

166, 240

105, 256

348,873

24,050

23,175

Oklahoma

1

2,073

3,218

6,564

500

190

5, 330

Washington
California
Nevada..
Arizona

4
7
1
1

12,409
26,383
4,459
2,177

8,655
15,685
967
1,997

26,801
55, 340
6,816
6,007

2,100
3,850
700
500

1, 268
2,682
201
573

22,144
46,419
4, 524
4,768

_ -_.

_.

13

45,428

27, 304

94,964

7,150

4,724

77,855

Total country banks

171

703,495

433, 677

1,395, 970

97,240

100, 304

1, 081, 305

Total United States

233

927,332

595,414

1,906, 474

131, 750

133, 414

1,487,649

Total Pacific S t a t e s -

CAPITAL STOCK OF $1,000,000 BUT NOT LESS THAN $5,000,000
CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES
- -

5
4

36, 703
21,934

31,144
11,949

94,663
51,000

8,679
5,500

7,034
2,774

69, 681
41, 665

Total central reserve cities.

9

58, 637

43,093

145, 663

14,179

9,808

111,346

4
2
7
1
1
5
2
1
3
1
1
2
1
6
2
1
2
2

83, 536
6,557
185, 979
16, 813
20, 259
54,912
27, 717
7,870
16,036
27,409
26, 635
31,011
4,005
61,417
12,800
5,687
34, 337
25, 512
35, 672
7,570

32, 369
2,379
75,241
13, 348
40, 570
40,173
14,240
3,952
32, 606
10, 834
11, 886
13,119
3,982
36, 741
9,485
4,701
17, 659
10, 605
8,587
3,719

154, 960
11, 708
343, 665
38,273
84, 922
127,860
53,161
16, 636
65, 938
51, 998
52, 966
59, 072
11,222
142, 340
35,480
12,870
66, 315
52, 510
55.152
13,411

7,500
2,450
18,126
2,000
4,000
8,050
4,000
1,000
6,000
2,800
4,000
3,600
1,000
8,500
3,200
1,000
2,000
4,500
3,000
1,000

14,994
1,735
38,497
5,609
6,285
7,250
4,557
611
2,687
3,223
2,500
3,489
233
6,054
2,155
249
3,612
4,846
3,411
1,060

123,850
6,159
252, 056
26, 836
69, 299
101, 625
42, 767
14, 621
55, 576
41,601
41,450
49, 676
8,835
118,649
27, 601
10, 278
58, 289
41, 280
39,128
9,337

N e w York
Chicago

_ .

OTHER RESERVE CITIES
Boston
Brooklyn and Bronx
Philadelphia . . .
_
Pittsburgh
Baltimore
Washington.
_
_
Richmond _
_. _ _
Atlanta
Jacksonville
New Orleans
Dallas .
- Fort Worth
Galveston
Houston
San Antonio
Waco
_ . .
_-.
Louisville
Memphis
Nashville
Cincinnati




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TABLE N O . 20.—Principal items of resources and liabilities of national banks,
classified according to capital stock, December SI, 1931—Continued
CAPITAL STOCK OF $1,000,000 BUT LESS THAN $5,000,000—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
Loans and Bonds
discounts, and secu- Aggregate
resources
rities
including
owned
overdrafts

Capital

Surplus
and undivided
profits

Total other reserve cities._

16, 213
51,813
47, 531
3,658
11,015
11, 353
17,292
9,316
15,873
45, 596
14, 728
28, 236
8,606
35, 662
8,094
38, 443
23,166
11,765
27,702
46, 610
18,297
5,529
1,188, 232

39,115
13,951
103,613
25, 610
24, 257
107,001
3,585
9,513
8,568
25,312
3,917
21,460
11, 526
37,009
4,225
16,605
7,770
32, 063
36,845
112, 996
8,613
28, 007
23, 500
78, 244
15, 235
33, 598
45, 680
108, 769
3,788
14, 593
17,679
74, 331
16,444
53,090
6,282
23,383
69,298
120,856
30,175
91,936
6,534
31,046
2,315
11,041
771,993 2, 624,040

2,000
7,200
6,850
1,000
2,000
1,000
3,200
1,000
2,000
6,000
2,500
3,600
2,000
4,000
1,200
5,500
5,000
1,500
6,500
5,000
1,200
1,000
158,976

1,805
6,991
6,784
381
2,066
647
1,620
548
1,161
4,616
1,206
2,438
1,662
5,219
304
3,715
2,466
526
4,765
5,409
2,411
440
170,237

Total all reserve cities

1, 246,869

815, 086 2, 769, 703

173,155

180, 045 2, 234, 561

Number of
banis

Location

Total
deposits

OTHER RESERVE CITIES—Con.

Cleveland
Columbus
Indianapolis
Chicago
Peoria
Grand Rapids
Milwaukee
Minneapolis
DesMoines
Kansas City, Mo
St. Louis
Omaha
Wichita
Denver
Oklahoma City
Tulsa
SeattleSpokane
Portland
Los Angeles
Oakland
San Francisco

31,435
85, 925
87,179
6,917
19,141
18,185
28, 271
14, 407
26, 995
96,451
24,243
69, 501
29,616
99, 078
12, 801
58,187
43, 391
18, 724
102,251
78,177
26,013
7,054

2,123, 215

COUNTRY BANKS

Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut
Total New
States

51,079
6,944
73, 066
England

45, 599
7,598
28,307

114,063
17,377
133,453

1,500
10, 010

9,276
2,724
13, 529

88,937
10, 859
102,141

131,089

81,504

264,893

18, 398

25, 529

201, 937

New York
_
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Total Eastern States

83,107
122,966
41,428
247, 501

81, 777
82, 615
30, 414
194, 806

199,375
258, 624
85,720
543, 719

10,437
15,350
7,000
32,787

14,686
15,906
12,272
42,864

161, 564
204, 806
61, 775
42£, 145

Virginia
West Virginia..
North Carolina..
South Carolina..
Florida
Alabama
Louisiana
Texas
Kentucky
Tennessee
Total Southern States

47, 604
19, 616
6,746
13, 231
11, 795
25,403
30,413
7,958
10, 301
45,410
218, 477

19,187
6,649
1,183
7,514
22, 571
14, 269
8,637
4,572
1,618
14,131
100, 331

84> 994
34,167
9,146
27,446
45, 297
52,154
48,452
15,644
14,343
76,316
407, 959

8,500
3,062
1,000
1,500
3,950
3,000
3,200
2,000
1,000
5,500
32, 712

4,643
2,168
983
1,613
2,212
3,921
1,531
677
1,000
3,855
22, 603

64, 826
24, 958
4,785
21, 510
37,845
40,057
37,897
10, 230
11,225
55, 302
308, 635

18, 858
23,824
4,152
17, 648
12,626
17, 272

6,490
10, 658
5,260
9,550
5,135
16,175

36,101
44,808
12,322
35,011
22,858
43, 509

3,000
3,000
1,040
2,550
2,000
4,000

1,838
2,768
364
3,892
1,802
2,754

28,118
34, 048
10, 864
25, 630
18, 467
34,255

94, 380

53, 268

194,609

15, 590

13, 418

151, 382

7,136
23, 619
30, 755

5,455
14, 229
19, 684

16, 460
49,835

1,000
3,000
4,000

1,638
2,472

10, 721

Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Total Middle Western
States

12

Washington _
California
Total Pacific States..
The Territory of Hawaii (nonmember bank).

Total United States




56,173

39,057

3,150
106, 637

109, 299 1,176,175

1, 989, 403 1, 275, 400 4, 286, 235

279, 792

!9, 344 3, 410, 736

742, 534
168

2,413

13, 691
42, 482

460, 314 1, 516, 532

20, 332

Total country banks

66, 295

29,903

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CXJKRENCY
TABLE N O . 20.—Principal items of resources and liabilities of national

163
banks,

classified according to capital stocky December 31, 1931—Continued
CAPITAL STOCK OF $5,000,000 BUT LESS THAN $25,000,000
[In thousands of dollars]
Number of
banks

Location

Loans and Bonds
discounts, and secu- Aggregate Capital
rities
including
overdrafts owned

Surplus
and un- Total
divided deposits
profits

CENTRAL RESERVE CITY

348,044

395,810

966, 540

41, 450

144, 768

671, 067

167,056
137,832
115, 628
33,752
37,351
34,102
49, 493
35, 912
55,822
106, 982
107, 363
99,160
63,103
105,087
27,057
35, 508
69, 714
197,946

New York

67, 069
92, 003
215, 721
29,889
10, 229
13, 304
15, 774
13,168
15,854
46,005

321, 058
326, 261
398, 742
92,181

29, 875
14,000
19,500
5,400
5,000
5,000
8,000
6,000
5,000
10,000
10,000
11,000
6,000
12,100
5,000
8,000
5,000
24,500

18,018
29,879
31,957
6,644
3,334
5,059
6,000
6,048
4,152
6,500
9,075
7,963
5,236
7,932
2,105
2,043
10,902
21,468

243,451
250, 369
315, 889
73,923
56, 249
45, 947
67,416
45, 456
71,542
169, 058
143, 965
182,137
101,714
167, 298
40,003
66,955
96,762
273,863

OTHER RESERVE CITIES

Boston
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Atlanta
Savannah
Birmingham
Dallas
_.
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Detroit
Milwaukee
Minneapolis
St. Paul
St. Louis
Oklahoma CitySeattle
Los Angeles
San Francisco-_.

1, 478, 868

53, 233
26, 485
48,843
11,192
30,863
22,821
95,126

86,024
59,859
92, 763
199,270
169,181
207,231
116,330
193,941
47,133
82,938
117,754
367,406

834, 273 3, 005, 594

189, 375

183, 315 2,411, 997

28

1,826,912 1, 230, 083 3, 972,134

230,825

328,083

66, 537

5,000

29

1,847, 212 1, 268,102 4, 038, 671

235,825

Total other reserve cities _
Total all reserve cities...

3, 083, 064

COUNTRY BANKS

20,300

Pennsylvania
Total United States

38, 019

4,647

55,460

332, 730 3,138, 524

CAPITAL STOCK OF $25,000,000 BUT LESS THAN $50,000,000
CENTRAL RESERVE CITY

Chicago

1

287, 959

114, 478

547,417

25, 000

27,124

477, 287

1
1
1

256, 613
373,193
298,734

100, 413
81,474
145, 841

533, 999
582, 348
540,145

44,500
25,000
30,000

33, 419
32, 465
23, 053

416, 323
483, 911
479, 013

OTHER RESERVE CITIES

Boston
Detroit...
Los Angeles
Total other reserve cities..

3

928, 540

327, 728

1, 656, 492

99,500

88,937

1, 379,247

Total United States

4

1, 216, 499

442, 206

2, 203, 909

124, 500

116, 061

1, 856, 534

244,422

2,577,888

CAPITAL STOCK OF $50,000,000 OR MORE
CENTRAL RESERVE CITY

New York

1,776,954

675, 020

1

547, 521

237, 700

914,199

50, 000

54, 290

747, 615

3

2, 324, 475

912, 720

4, 469, 347

322, 000

298, 712

3, 325, 503

2

3, 555,148

272,000

OTHER RESERVE CITY

San Francisco
Total United States




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TABLE NO. 21.— United States bonds on deposit to secure circulating notes of
national banks on October 31, 1910 to 1932
[For yearly figures 1865-1909, see reports for 1900, p. 305, and 1931, p. 213]
United States bonds held as security for circulation

Year

2 per cent
MumPanama
Derof
Canal
banks 2 per cent
consols of
loans of
1930
1936 and
1938

1910
1911 __,
1912...,
1913—,
1914—,
1915—,
1916—,
1917—,
1918
1919...,
1920...,
1922
1923—,
1924...,
1925—,
1926...,
1927—,
1928—.
1929...,
1930—.
1931—,

1932—

3 per cent
bonds

3 M per cent 3 ^ per cent
s
bonds
bonds

4 per cent
bonds

Total

[4 per cent
(3 per cent
I loan of
7,218 $580,145, 400 $78, 420,480 { 1908-1918,
l$69*, 926, 070
I 1925,
I $15,337,540
I $21,022,650
18,199,380
22,854, 300 714,170,320
7,331 593,006,600 80,110,040
26,817, 000 730,257,280
7,428 601,762,600 81,258, 460 20,419,220
7,514 604, 264, 950 81,701, 240 22,245,100
35, 302, 700 743, 513, 990
7,578 606,622,300 81,971, 820 21, 447,180
34, 699,300 744,740, 600
7,632 600,678, 600 81, 614,420 20, 377, 720
32,304, 800 734, 975, 540
7,608 567,690, 250 78, 068,660
15,984,680
26,214, 400 687, 957, 990
7,671 555, 514, 950 71, 466,140
17, 715, 220
34,743,900 679, 440, 210
7,765 561,848,600 72,324, 800
32,240
50, 240, 800 684, 446, 440
7,900 565, 094,950 72, 672,060
58, 055,050 695, 822, 060
8,157 570,372, 500 73,116,000
68,578, 000 712, 066,500
8,179 576, 522, 950 73, 732,140
77,257,400 727, 512, 490
8,262 581, 493,950 73,656,840
82,509,900 737,660,690
8,264 586,801, 800 73, 937, 380
85,823,150 746, 562, 330
8,098 589,086, 200 74, 069, 640
76,687,050 739, 842, 890
8,118 591, 792,150 74, 392, 980
666,185,130
8,008 591,139, 900 74, 352, 980
665, 492,880
7,832 592, 582,450 74, 290, 840
666,873,290
7,707 592,696,700 74, 471,740
667,168,440
7,506 592,721,100 74,015, 000
666,736,100
7,218 594,757,350 74, 371,100
669,128, 450
6,619 591,180,800 74, 074, 540
665,255,340
'Panama
Treasury
Canal
bonds of
loans of
1941-43,
1961,
$28,719, 400
1,000 [Treasury
Treasury
Conversion 1 bonds of
799, 672,590
6,104 591,369,700 73, 496,940 { bonds of i 1946-49, / bonds of
1946-47, 1 $28,345,200 \ 1940-43,950
17, 640,
1,000,000
Treasury
Treasury
bonds of
bonds of
1943-47,
1951-55,
1 25, 519,950
I 33,579, 450




TABLE N O . 22.—Profit on national-bank-note circulation, based upon a deposit of $100,000 United States consols of 1980 and Panama Canal
loans, at the average net price, monthly, during the year ended October 31, 1932
CONSOLS OF 1930

Receipts

Date

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

1931

Cost of
bonds

Interest
on circulation Gross reInterest
lace f\
ceipts
on bonds per cent
redemption fund

Net receipts
Pax

Expenses

Sinking
fund

Interest on
cost of
bonds at 6
per cent
Amount

Total

$101,147
101,205

$100,000
100,000

$2,000
2,000

$5,700
5,700

$7,700
7,700

$500
500

$110
110

$6,068.82
6,072. 30

100,975
101,109
101,837
102, 212
102,070
101, 539
100,185
99, 319
100,030
99,950

100,000
100,000
100,000
100, 000
100,000
100, 000
100, C 1 ^
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

110
110
110
110
110
110
110
110
110
110

6,058.50
6,066. 54
6,110.22
6,132. 72
6,124. 20
6,092. 34
6,011.10
5,959.14
6,001.80
5,997.00

1932




Circulation obtainable

Profit on circulation
in excess of 6 per
cent on the investment

Deductions

Indeterminate .

Per cent

TABLE NO. 22.—Profit on national-bank-note circulation, based upon a deposit of $100,000 United States consols of 1930 and Panama Canal
loans, at the average net price, monthly, during the year ended October 81, 1932—Continued
PANAMA CANAL LOAN (2'S OF 1916-1936)

Receipts

Date

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

Cost of
bonds

1931

Circulation obtainable

Interest
on circulation Gross reInterest
less 5
on bonds per cent
ceipts
redemption fund

Net receipts

rax

Expenses

$101,147
101,195

1932

__.




Profit on circulation
in excess of 6 per
cent on the investment

Deductions

$100,000
100,000

$2,000
2,000

$5,700
5,700

$7,700
7,700

$500
500

$110

101,005
101,071
101,712
102,000
101,845
101,462
100,393
99,463
100,070
100,090

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
7,000
7,700

500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500

110
110
110
110
110
110

110

Sinking
fund

Interest on
cost of
bonds at 6
per cent

Total

Amount

$235. 52
240.21

$845. 52
856. 21

$6,854.48
6,843.79

$6,068.82
6,071.70

214.61
232. 78
380.97
454.22
426.92
345.23
92.18
110.48
86.28
215.84

824. 61
842. 78
990. 97
1,064.22
1,036. 92
955. 23
702.18
499. 52
696. 28
825.84

6,875.39
6,857. 22
6,709. 03
6,635.78
6, 663. 09
6, 744. 77
6, 997.82
7, 200. 48
7,003. 72
6,874.16

6,060. 30
6,064. 26
6,102. 72
6,120.00
6,110. 70
6,087. 72
6,023.58
5,967. 78
6.004, 20
6.005. 40

1

Per cent

$785.66
772.09

0.777
.763

815.09
792.96
606.31
515.78
552. 39
657.05
974. 24
1,232.70
999. 52
868. 76

.S07
.785
.596
.506
.542
.648
.970
1.239
.998
. 868

o

no

110
110
110

F
F

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TABLE N O . 23.—Investment value of United States bonds—Panama Canal loans,
and 2's of 1930
Panama Canal loans,
2's of 1916-1936

Date
Average
price, net

1932

January
April
July
October

101.0050
102.0000
100.3932
100.0900

Rate of interest realized by investors

2 per cent bonds of 1930

Average
price, net

Per cent
1.769
1.518
1.901
1. 862

100.9750
102.2115
100.1849
99.9500

Rate of interest realized by investors

Indeterminate.
Do.
Do.
Do.

TABLE N O . 24.—United States bonds {circulation)—Monthly range of prices in
Nevj York, November, 19S1} to October, 1932, inclusive
Registered bonds

Data

November:
Opening..
Highest...
Lowest
Closing...
December:
Opening. _
Highest...
Lowest.._
Closing...
January:
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing
February:
Opening.
Highest.
Lowest..
Closing..
March:
O




2's of 1930

Panama 2's
of 1916-1936

1931
101
100
101
101 @101%
i @iM
100%

Not quoted _
do
.do..
_do_.
..do..
..do..
..do..

101
101

^101^

1932
.do..
.do_.
.do.,
.do..
.do..
.do..
101%@101%
101M@102K
101K@101^
101M<" '""" '

_do_.
_do_.
.do
-do..

102
101V
102

Lowest
Closing.
April:
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing..
May:
Opening
Highest.
Lowest..
Closing
June:
Opening
HighestLowest. .
Closing..
July:
Opening.
Highest.
Lowest..
Closing..
August:
Opening.
HighestLowest..
Closing..

147796°—33-

Coupon
bonds—
2's of 1930

-do.,
-do.,
-do.,
.do-.

102
102
101M© 10214

-do..
-do..
.do.,
-do..
-do
..do..
..do..
_do_.
-do..
-do..
..do..
.do..
.do..
-do..
.do..

-12

101^@101%

ioiM@ioik
98 @101
98 @101

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TABLE NO. 24.—United States bonds (circulation)—Monthly range of prices

New York, Noveinber, 1931, to October, 1932, inclusive—Continued

Registered bonds

Date

Coupon
bonds—
2's of 1930

2's of 1930

Panama 2's
of 1916-1936

1932

September:
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing
October:
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing

Not quoted _
do
.do..
.do..
_do_.
.do..
,do_.
-do..

99^

100
99
100

TABUD NO. 25. —Number, capital stock, and circulation outstanding of national

banks issuing circulating notes, together with the number and capital stock oj
national banks not issuing circulating notes, June 30, 1932, by reserve cities ana
States
[In thousands of dollars]
June 30, 1932
Banks issuing circulation
Location
Number
of banks

New York_
Chicago

CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES

Total central reserve cities..
Boston

OTHER RESERVE CITIES

Brooklyn and Bronx
Buffalo
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Baltimore
Washington
Richmond
Charlotte
Atlanta
Savannah
Jacksonville
Birmingham
New Orleans
Dallas
El Paso
Fort Worth
Galveston
Houston
San Antonio
Waco
Louisville..
Memphis
Nashville.
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Toledo
Indianapolis
Chicago
Peoria
Detroit
Grand Rapids
Milwaukee
Minneapolis
St. Paul




Capital

Banks not issuing
circulation

Circulation out- Numbsr
standing of b a n k s

Capital

173,679
1,500

32, 501
400

131,00C
30,25C

175,179

32, 901

161, 25C

1,000
3,875
800
32, 536
22, 600
5, 750
9,675
1,000
1,500
6,400

493
720
600
8,174
13, 450
4,848
4,389
1,000
1,150
2,468

71, 00C
l,50C

6,000
5,000
2,800
12,150
300
2,700
1,400
8,100
2,950
3,350
2,000
4, 500
3,900
7,900
7,000
7, 200
500
6,850
850
3,260

2.119
4,900
2,800
6,095

3,890
60C
l,50C
3,0OC
5.60C

25, 000
1,000
13, 400
12, 200
6,500

300
2,200
1,380
6,886
2,744
1, 330
1,996
900
3,400
2,061
6,979
1,947
493
5,412
400
2,795
6,182
900
4,980
2,641
599

30C
1,850
75C
1,000
2,10C

40C
10,00C

350

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169

TABLE N O . 25.—Number\ capital stock, and circulation outstanding of national
banks issuing circulating notes, together ivith the number and capital stock of
national banks not issuing circulating notes, June SO, 1932, by reserve cities and
States—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
June 30, 1932

Location

Banks issuing circulation
Number
of banks

Capital

Banks not issuing
circulation

Circulation out- Number
standing of banks

Capital

OTHER RESERVE CITIES—continued

Cedar Rapids
Des Moines
Dubuque
Sioux City
Kansas City, Mo...
St. Joseph
St. Louis
Lincoln
Omaha
Kansas City, Kans_
Topeka
Wichita
Helena
Denver
Pueblo
Oklahoma City
Tulsa
Seattle
Spokane
Portland
Los Angeles
Oakland
San Francisco
Ogden
Salt Lake City

500
2,750
700
650
3,300
900
13, 550
300
3,100
950
700

499
996
250
649
720
340
2,077
200
1,300
944

300
1,050
600
1,200
3,200
13,000
2,000
7,100
40,000
1,700
75, 900
500
1,850

200
650
499
333
525
5,872
1,989
6,400
7,751
1,500
31,150
500
1,794

178
189

405, 746
580. 925

177, 267
210,168

Maine
New Hampshire..
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut

41
50
43
118
10
49

6,415
5,305
5,135
24, 621
4,520
17, 598

4,753
4,681
4,375
17, 204
3,900
10,459

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

311

63, 594

45, 372

379
198
687
15
61

55, 403
40,725
93,318
1,623
4,790

37, 762
25,043
66,512
928
3,712

1, 340

195, 859

133,957

216

27,817

127
78
29
17
49
32
75
20
22
321
36
100
76

21, 637
11,362
4,640
3,735
5,740
7,675
10, 310
2,865
5,700
28,440
4,000
10,178
12, 689

16, 741
9,246
3,434
2,862
4,470
4,131
8,753
2,023
3,106
21, 213
3,123

13
2
8
4
9
14
5
6
6
142
14

1,815
225
715
650
850
1,625
1,810
1,195
225
8,292
940
375
60

128, 971

18, 697

231

18, 777

Total other reserve cities.
Total all reserve cities

400
5,000
200
2,850
1,050
1,900
500
2,400
4,250
6,000
2,750
300
500

61

131, 940
293,190

COUNTRY BANKS

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




100
275
125
4,825
2,564

12,735
10, 765
3,840
25
452

10, 707

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TABLE NO. 25.—Numberf capital stock, and circulation outstanding of nationa
banks issuing circulating notes, together ivith the number and capital stock q
national banks not issuing circulating notes, June 30, 1932, by reserve cities an*
States —Continued
In thousands of dollars]
June 30, 1932
Banks not issuing
circulation

Banks issuing circulation

Location

Number
of banks

Capital

Circulation out- Number
standing of banks

Capital

COUNTRY BANKS—continued

Ohio
[ndiana
[llinois
Michigan

_

Wisconsin
Minnesota

_.
_ - .

_ _ __-_.-

.___

[owa
M issou r i
Total Middle Western States

1,294

North Dakota
South "Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma

_
- - -

Total Western States
Washington
Oregon
California
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
Arizona

455
3,915
2,760
6,035
9,858
2,920
1,945
4,195
1,525
7,900

- ---

-

Alaska (nonmember banks)
__ .
Pne Territory of Hawaii, (nonmember bank).-- . .
Total (nonmember banks)

163

277

31,

6,510
5,180
16, 343
1,810
450
1,500
1,425

4,403
3,271
10,
638
1,453
370
1,242
1,022

33,218

22,

225
3,150

3
1

14,98

272

036

41,

1,09
1,11
5,0C
21
2,81
2,13
1,53
1,07

13
27
38
43
25
2
28
8
88

2,938
1,879
4,895
7,668
1,955
1,519
3,359
1,356
5,467

271

.

053

107,

50
59
117
21
7
10
7

_.

Total Pacific States

68
1,38
1, 6C
2,01
1,24
32
1,77
38
4,04
13,43

29
15
39
10
4

1,75
7C
4,2C
34
17
22

3

7,38

100

399

I

1

112
3,150

3,375

3,262

1

I

525

442,000

1,016

90,34

5,066 1,185, 450

652,168

1,

4

Total country banks

___

4,877

Total United States

___




138,

68
51
109
170
27
23
64
18
145

14
9
44
5
17
38
22
14

24,961
16,887
19,351
12,
248
10,995
11,024
7,090
4,721

675

-

32,
443
18, 607
25,105
15, 385
15, 575
16, 045
8,995
6,300

243
149
286
95
114
192
145
70

604,

(184

383,

53

TABLE N O . 26.-—National-bank notes issued, redeemed, and outstanding, by denominations and amounts, on October 31, each year 1930 to 1932
[For prior years see annual reports for 1920, p. 42, and 1931, p. 220]
Year

Ones

Twos

Fives

Tens

Twenties

Fifties

One
hundreds

One thouFive
sands
hundreds

Total

Issued during current
year

OLD SERIES
1930....

Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding

1930....

Issued.Redeemed
Outstanding

5,973, 628, 480
5,930, 827, 205
42, 801, 275

3, 464, 395, 520
3, 416,195, 850
48,199, 670

410, 619, 750
402, 050, 200
8, 569, 550

502,217,900
492,148,100
10, 069, 800

348,054,240
91, 760, 420
256, 293, 820

179, 673,000
25,263,040
154,409,960

20, 756, 800
1, 823, 550
18, 933, 250

11, 307, 400
433, 700
10, 873, 700

3, 671,919, 360
3, 656,801,150
15,118,210

5, 973, 628, 480
5,942, 854, 205
30,774, 275

3, 464, 395, 520
3, 431, 759, 720
32, 635, 800

410, 619, 750
404, 602,900
6, 016,850

502, 217, 900
494, 799, 000
7, 418, 900

370,660,020
237, 344, 670
133, 315, 350

15, 495, 038
15, 332, 490
162, 548

3, 671,919, 360
3, 653, 245, 865
18, 673,495

229, 529,910
89, 668,975
139, 860,935

23,169, 677
22, 828, 771
340, 906

539,871,600
290, 390, 040
249, 481, 560

289,973,160
97, 065, 740
192,907, 420

28,612,600
6,868,050
21, 744, 550

17, 367, 400
2,018, 900
15, 348, 500

5,973, 628, 480 3, 464, 395, 520
5,948, 554, 990 3, 439, 078, 200
25,317,320
25,073,490

410, 619, 750
405, 965, 700
4,654,050

502, 217, 900
496, 355, 700
5,862,200

44, 723,800
10, 587, 750
34,136, 050

30, 203, 200
3, 428, 000
26, 775, 200

7, 454, 000
7, 433, 000
21,000

14, 081,189, 225
13, 952, 263, 481
128,925,744

64,760

789, 321, 350
208, 949, 685
.589, 371, 665

12, 289, 500
12, 202, 000
87,500

8
8

683, 444,085

NEW SERIES

i

OLD SERIES
1931....

IssuedRedeemed
Outstanding.

_. 23,169, 677
22, 828, 895
340, 782

15,495,038
15, 332, 568
162, 470

12, 289, 500
12, 202, 000
87,500

7, 454, 000
7, 433,000
21,000

14, 081,189, 225
13, 988, 613, 438
92, 575, 787

NEW SERIES
1931

Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding

1932....

Issued..
Redeemed
Outstanding.

1, 246, 484,780
633, 687, 400
612, 797, 380

457,163,430

o

OLD SERIES
23,169, 677
22, 828, 928
340,749

15, 495, 038
15, 332, 618
162,420

3, 671,919, 360
3, 658, 731,190
13,188,170

12, 289, 500
12, 202, 000
87,500

7, 454, 000
7, 433, 000
21,000

14,081,189, 225
14, 006, 482, 326
74,706, 899

O

NEW SERIES
1932_ . .

Issued __
Redeemed
Outstanding

524, 707, 860
371,118,920
153, 588, 940

NOTE 1.—First issue Dec. 21,1863; first redemption Apr. 5,1865
NOTE 2.—Gold notes included since 1915.
NOTE 3.—Fractions and nonassorted notes not included.




777,170, 880
446, 764, 780
330, 406,100

415,146, 840
165, 977, 200
249,169, 640

1,791,952,580
997,876, 650
794, 075,930

545,467,800

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TABLE N O . 27.—National-bank currency issued to banks monthly from November 1,
1931 to October 81, 1932, and since 1863
Issued on
account of
redemptions

Issued on
bonds

Grand total
issued since
1863

Total issued

1931
November.
December-

$29,083, 700
33, 014,050

$5,526,070
12,009,140

$15,362, 283,99£
15,407,307,18^

$34, 609,770
45,023,190

1932
January
February- March
April
May
June
July
—
August
September.
October

34, 517, 250
25, 758,480
30, 655, 960
30, 779,180
29,040,910
30,824,690
27,697,960
27, 983, 960
28,613,100
31, 251, 790

Total..

359,221,030

TABLE N O . 28.—National-bank

notes

10,061, 730
19, 731,420
9,233,060
4,336,930
3,342,440
1,361,080
1, 503,140
52,143, 430
51,465, 720
34,849,190
205,563,350

44, 578, 980
45,489, 900
39,889,020
35,116,110
32,383,350
32,185, 770
29,201,100
80,127, 390
80,078,820
66,100,980

15,451,886,16.'
15,497,376,06£
15, 537, 265,08£
15, 572, 381,19f
15, 604, 764, Ml
15, 636,950, 31.F
15,666,151,41£
15,746,278,80^
15,826,357, 62£
15,892,458, 60£

564, 784,380

received monthly

for

redemption

during

year ended October 31, 1932 l
Received by the Comptroller o the Currency
f
From national
banks in connection with
reduction of
circulation
and replacement with
new notes

Month

From the redemption agency

For replacement
with new notes

Retirement
account

Total

1931
$245.00
34,290.00

November
December

$25,903, 500. 00
32,038,170. 00

$2,495,965.00
3,489,445.00

$28, 399,710. 0C
35, 561,905.0C

13,830. 00
104,307. 50
151, 287.50
4,372. 50
2,010.00
1, 645. 00
0.
300.00
807.50
810.00

31,844,940.00
24,395, 300.00
28,739, 602. 50
27,500, 005.00
25,822, 715.00
30,859, 787. 50
27,016,920.00
27,580,295.00
28,525, 750.00
29,973,030.00

3,846,950.00
3,439,495. 00
3,901,860.00
3,766, 510. 00
3,231,033.00
3,267, 047. 50
3,730, 330.00
3,017,865.00
2,935,830.00
3, 764, 675. 00

35,705,720.0C
27,939,102.5C
32,792, 750.0C
31,270,892. 5C
29,055, 758. 0C
34,128,480. 0C
30,747,250. O
C
30,598,460. 0C
31,462,387. 5C
33, 738, 515.0(

313,910.00

340, 200,015. 00

40,887,005. 50

331,400,930. 5
C

59,012,335.00 12,576,844,260. 00

1,829,598,381.50

14,465,454,976. 5(

59,326,245.00 12, 917,044, 275. 00

1,870,485, 387. 00

14,846,855, 907.0C

1932
January
February.-March
April
May
June
_
July
August
September
October

_.

Total
Received from J u n e 20, 1874, to
Oct. 31,1931
Grand total

» Notes of gold banks not included in this table.




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173

TABLE NO. 29.—National-bank notes received at currency bureau and destroyed
since establishment of the system
For yearly figures 1866-1899 see report for 1931, p. 223]

Prior to Nov. 1,1865_
During the year ended Oct. 31—
1866-1899
1900
1901
1902
1903
1904
1905
1906
1907
1908
1909
1910
1911
1912
1913
1914
1915
1916
1917
1918
1919

$175,490.00
1, 789,185,225! 00
71,065,968.00
90,848,100.00
107,222,495.00
140,306,990.00
167,118,135.00
195,194,785.00
191,102,985.00
197,932,847.00
231,128,140. 00
326,622,845. 00
359,496,000.00
409,835, 965. 00
428, 399,608.00
428,282,840.00
435,904,280. 00
362, 551,125.00
351,374, 597.00
298, 468,107.00
236, 296,660.00
330,106, 555. 00

Amount

Date

Amount

Date

During the year ended Oct. 31—
Continued.
1920
1921
1922
1923
1924
1925
1926
1927
1928
1929
1930
1931
1932
Total..Additional amount of insolvent
and liquidating n a t i o n a l bank notes destroyed
Gold notes.-Grand total

$424, 542,837. 00
570, 887,902.00
537,153,570.00
542,194,707.00
522,241,817.00
470,950,865.00
487,254, 340.00
475,920,522.00
517,236, 465.00
492,160, 200.00
645, 640, 640.00
433,315,240.00
341, 314, 325.00
13, 607, 433,172.00
1, 393, 425, 846. 50
3,390, 560.00
i 15,004, 249, 578. 50

i I n addition, $46,115 destroyed in transit.

TABLE NO. 30.—National-bank notes issued during each year 1914 to 1932, nationalbank notes of active, insolvent, and liquidated banks destroyed, total destructions
for each year, and percentage of destructions to issues
[For prior years, see report for 1920, vol. 2, p. 51]
Destroyed
Year ended
Oct. 31—
Active banks

1914
1915
1916
1917
1918
1919
1920
1921
1922_
1923
1924
1925
1926
1927
1928
19291
19301
1931
1932.

$818, 227,830
364,049, 710
356,300, 750
325, 570, 430
260,155,140
356, 738,100
456, 046, 770
603, 301, 700
569, 444,140
569,856,070
550,498,910
492,110,950
509,464,360
506,131, 540
542, 913, 470
517,573, 245
683, 508, 845
457,163, 430
545,467, 800

i New series included.




Insolvent
and liquidated banks

$435, 904, 280
362, 551,125
351, 374, 597
298,468,107
236, 296, 660
330,106, 555
424, 542,837
570, 887, 902
537,153, 570
542,194, 707
522, 241, 817
470, 950, 865
487,254,340
475,920, 523
517, 236, 465
492,160,200
645, 641, 640
433, 315, 340
341,314, 705

$20, 246, 418
342,807, 352
59,026, 804
38,901, 595
20, 238,717
24, 864,635
19, 794, 540
20,417,025
13,688, 630
17,586, 750
26, 654, 568
82, 442,855
35,085,342
26,925,355
27,663, 505
26,022,684
32,927,840
27, 772, 332
40,743, 433

Total outstanding
Total

$456,150, 698
705, 358, 657
410,401, 401
337,369, 702
256, 535, 377
354, 971,190
444, 337,377
591,304,927
550,842, 200
559,781,457
548, 896, 385
553, 393, 720
522, 339,682
502,845, 878
544,899, 970
518,182,884
678, 569, 480
461, 087, 672
382,058,138

$1,121,468,911
781, 268, 793
726,069, 290
716,276,375
721,471,137
722,394, 325
732,549,629
743, 288,847
760, 679,187
772,606, 269
774, 281,624
713, 802, 744
700,714, 532
702,992,694
700,152,454
700,328,815
700,155, 900
669,969, 441
863, 075,900

Per cent
destruc- Percent
tions, destructions to
active
banks to issues
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
94.03
95.27
95.08
94.45
94.78
62.57

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
99.35
100. 36
100.11
99.27
100.85
69.91

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TABLE N O . 31.— Amount, denomination, and cost of national bank currency
received from Bureau of Engraving and Printing, year ended October 81, 1932
N E W STYLE, 6-SUBJECT S H E E T , SEKIES OF 1929
Denominations
5
10
20
50
100

printCost of paper Cost of etc.
ing,

Amount

Total cost

-.

Total

$32,806.25
26,359.56
6,990.03
347.35
192.51

$242, 293. 65
194,680.98
51,625.48
2,565.34
1,421.77

$275,099. 9
221,040.5
68,615.5
2,912.6
1,614.2

614, 283,180. 00

.

$166,811,460.00
268,063, 320. 00
142,170,000.00
17,661,600. 00
19, 576,800. 00

66,695.70

492,587.22

659,282.9

TABLE N O . 32.—Vault account of currency received and issued by currency bureai
during the year, and the amount on hand October 81, 1932
OLD SERIES

National bank currency in vaults at the close of business, Oct. 31, 1931
National bank currency received from Bureau of Engraving and Printing, during the year
ended Oct. 31,1932
Amount issued to banks during the year__
Amount in vaults at close of business, Oct. 31, 1932.

$19,93
i
i
19,93

NEW SERIES

National bank currency in vaults at the close of business, Oct. 31,1931
National bank currency received from Bureau of Engraving and Printing during the year
ended Oct. 31, 1932.
Total to be accounted for
Amount issued to banks during the year
$545,467,800
Amount withdrawn from vaults and canceled
19,316,580
Total withdrawnT
Amount in vaults at close of business, Oct. 31, 1932
Add "Old series"
Total amount in vaults

193,146,96
614,283,18
807,430,14
564,784,38
242,645,76
19,93
242, 665, 69

TABLE N O . 33.—Vault account of currency received and destroyed during yea\
ended October 31, 1932
Amount in vault of redemption division of currency bureau awaiting destruction at close of
business Oct. 31, 1931
$6,425,845. 0i
Amount received during year ended Oct. 31, 1932
.
581,400,930.5!
Total
~~387,826, 775. 5
Withdrawn and destroyed during year
£82,057, 565. 5i
Balance on hand in vault Oct. 31, 1932
5, 769, 210. 0
NOTE.—Notes of gold banks not included in this table.

TABLE NO. 34.—Amount of currency received for redemption, by months, from
July 1, 1931, to June 30, 1932, and counted into the cash of the National Ban)
Redemption Agency
National-bank
notes

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

1931

1932

Total




Federal reserve bank
notes

Federal reserve notes

United States
currency

Total

$33, 298,119. 00
34, 441, 369. 00
32, 618,482. 00
33, 257,945. 00
32, 030, 565. 00
32, 682, 255. 00

$15,058. 00
10, 203.00
13,858. 00
30,247.00
9,858.00
14,072.00

$781,920. 00
744, 720.00
826,885. 00
991,015.00
923,370.00
1,063,500.00

$15,957.60
23,743. 50
28,311.29
21,300.00
12,817.90
21,536.00

$34,111,054.6
35,220,035.5
33,487,536. 2
34,300,507.0
32,976,610.9
33,781,363.0

35, 430,119. 00
27,929,946. 00
30, 749, 519. 00
32, 629,144.00
31, 986, 356. 00
33,095,190. 00

18,364.00
10, 355. 00
16,854.00
19,570.00
10,707.00
16,587.00

1,076,060.00
859,495. 00
7, 402,425.00
6, 267, 665. 00
6, 425, 420. 00
7, 287,510. 00

11,327.00
5,414.00
16,449.40
4,166.60
11,128.78
7,926.00

36, 535,870. C
28,805, 210. C
38,185,247.4
38,920, 545. t
38,433,611.7
40,407, 213. (

390,149,009. 00

185, 733. 00

34, 649,985.00

180,077. 97

425,164,804. <

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175

TABLE NO. 35.—Amount of currency received by National Bank Redemption
Agency for redemption in year ended June 30, 1982, from principal cities.
Boston
New York
Philadelphia
Cleveland
Richmond
Atlanta
Chicago
St. Louis
Minneapolis

$27,673,909.00
84,447,000.00
36,020,421.50
16,388,500.00
16,533,400.00
13,093,900.00
38,132,584.00
17,010,516.50
9,082,000.00

Kansas City
Dallas
San Francisco
CincinnatiBaltimore
New Orleans..
Other sources

_. $8,235,200.00
8,301,900.00
17,112,100.00
7,718,500.00
7,449,813.00
4,927,678.00
113,057,090.94

Total

425,184, 512. 94

NOTE.—The difference of $19,707.97 between the totals shown by this table and Table No. 34 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, 1932, exclusive of deductions for shortages and spurious
issues, is $19,745,572,712.36.

TABLE N O . 36.—Cost of redemption of national-bank notes during the year ended
June 30, 1932
Amount of expenses
Office Treasurer Office Comptroller of
United States
Currency
(N. B. R. A.)
Redeemed out of 5 per cent fund, unfit for use:
Salaries
Printing, binding, and stationery
Contingent expenses. _.
_ ___ Insurance
Postage...
_

$249, 273. 08
12, 202. 45
2, 007. 46
7, 626. 25
6, 934. 05

Total
Aggregate

.

$47,169.11
1, 481. 71
361.10
7, 721. 91
55, 266. 23

$296, 442.19
13,684.16
2, 368. 56
15, 348.16
62, 200. 28

278, 043. 29

Total
Redeemed on retirement account:
Salaries
Printing, binding, and stationery
Contingent expenses
Insurance
Postage

Total

112,000.06

390,043. 35

26, 209. 95
1, 283. 03
211. 07
801. 87
729.09

4,959. 62
155. 80
37.97

31,169. 57
1, 438. 83
249.04
801.87
729. 09

29, 235.01

5,153. 39

34,388. 40

307, 278. 30

117,153.45

424, 431. 75

Amount redeemed
Redeemed out of 5 per cent fund, unfit for use
Redeemed on retirement account
Total




Rate per
$1,000

$354, 291, 090. 00
37, 252,130. 50

$1.10091210
. 92312570

$390, 043. 35
34, 388. 40

391, 543, 220. 50

1. 08399719

424,431. 75

Amount of
expenses

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TABLE NO. 37.—Classification of Federal reserve currency redemptions, the amount
redeemed, number of notes, cost of redemption per 1,000 notes, and amount assessec
upon Federal reserve banks, year ended June 80, 1932
Amount
Federal reserve notes:
Received from various sources, whole n o t e s Salaries

$2, 318. 35
29.81
18.6'
2, 366. &

Printing, binding, and stationery
Contingent expenses
Total

Received direct from Federal reserve banks and branches, canceled and cut—
Salaries
Printing, binding, and stationery _ __ _
Contingent expenses
Total

44,373. 65
202.55
426 K
45, 002. 2'

Aggregate

47, 369.11
Amount in
dollars

Federal reserve notes:
Received from various sources, whole notes
Received direct from Federal reserve banks
and branches, canceled and cut
Total . .

Number of
notes

Rate per
1,000 notes

Assessmeni

$34, 701,075

2, 531, 794

$0. 93486411

$2, 336. 8*

921, 330, 560
956, 031, 635

100, 775, 734
103, 307, 528

. 44655859
. 45852564

45, 002. %
47, 369.11

TABLE N O . 38.— Taxes assessed on national-bank circulation, years ended June 80.
1864 to 1932; cost of redemption, 1874 to 1932; and assessments for cost of plates,
etc., 1883 to 1932
[For yearly figures 1883-1911 see report for 1931. p . 227]

Year

Semiannual
d u t y on circulation

Cost of reredemption of
notes by the
United States
Treasurer

Assessment for
cost of
plates,
new
banks *

AssessAssess- ment for
Assessment for cost of
ment for
adding
cost of
plates,
signatures
plates,
addito plates,
extended
tional
etc.i
banks
or duplicate

$52, 253, 518. 24
1864-1882...
1874-1882 _
$1,971,587.10
1883-1911
62, 595, 336. 73
5, 269,078. 81 $821,110 $473, 295
1912
3,690, 313. 53
22, 740
505, 735. 21
28,190
1913
3,804, 762. 29
517,842. 93
28, 560
19,805
1914
529,013. 36
3,889, 733.17
11, 560
8,500
/ 2 3,901,541.18 } 498,328.60
16,660
13,855
1915
I 2,977,066.73
3, 744, 967. 77
450,150. 22
9,700
1916
10, 085
3, 533, 631. 28
420,160. 42
6,000
1917
9,200
3,656,895. 34
412, 785. 92
11,120
1918
16, 770
3, 627, 060.80
528, 424. 24
15, 340
1919
15,600
3, 706,901.15
974,058.11
28,990
1920
31,850
3,806, 590.02
1,115,146. 00
82,160
1921
31, 070
3,941, 461.17
594,168. 70
52, 780
1922
18,244
4,030, 336. 30
514, 598. 55
5,850
1923
23,464
4,063, 708.32
527,979. 90
3,556
1924
18, 756
3,661,819.45
459, 790. 43
4,456
1925
12, 682
3, 277, 512.90
494, 470. 91
1926
22,948
3,253,461.97
467, 411. 42
1927
22, 618
3,234, 240. 29
465, 080.16
1928
20,890
/ 15,792
3, 441,152. 95
461, 375. 92 \
1929
3,930
2,286
1930
642, 676. 54
3,248, 327.85
3,174
445,683. 09
1931
3, 242, 977. 92
6,762
424,431. 75
3,175,189. 24
1932
T o t a l - 193, 758, 506. 59 18,689,978. 29 1,186, 751 763, 597

}-

$4,130
6,975
6,300
11,175
3,420
6,460
9,100
7,590
20, 770
12, 670
17, 226
25, 262
31,388
4,404
30, 564
37, 924
21,728
f
17,914 \
12

275,012

$493. 00
841. 00
773. 00
591.00
1, 610. 00
1,110.00
1, 229. 89
1,322. 30
54.00
8, 280. 00
11,079. 00
11,028. 00
38,411.19

Total

$52, 253, 518. 21, 971, 587.11
69,158,820. 5'
4, 251,108. 7'
4, 377,945. 2
4,445,106. 5
7,418,626.5
4,218, 322. 9
3, 975,451. 7
4,106,671. 2
4,194,015.0
4, 762, 569. 2
5,047,636. 0
4, 624, 372. 8
4,600,351.8
4, 646,161. 2
4,143, 742.8
3,827,105. 8
3, 782, 525. 3
3, 743,168. 3
} 3,941,541.1
3, 901, 570. 3
3, 702,914. C
3,617,422. S
214, 712, 256. C

1
Beginning in the latter part of 1929 amounts in this column concern logotypes incident to reduced siz
notes, Series of 1929.
2 Tax collected on additional circulation under act M a y 30, 1908.
NOTE.—Average cost per $1,000 for national-bank notes redeemed m 1925, $0.83; in 1926, $0.94; in 192'
$0.93; in 1928, $0.86; in 1929, $0.95; in 1930, $0.88; in 1931, $0.91 and in 1932, $1.08.




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177

TABLE N O . 39.—Federal reserve notes outstanding according to weekly statements
(amount issued by Federal reserve agents to Federal reserve banks less notes redeemed), and collateral security therefor, from November 4* 1931, to October
26, 1932
[In thousands of dollars]
Collateral security-

Data

Nov. 4...
Nov. 11..
Nov. 18..
Nov. 25..
Dec. 2 . . .
Dec. 9__.
Dec. 16..
Dec. 23..
Dec. 30..
Jan. 6_...
Jan. 13...
Jan. 20...
Jan. 27...
Feb. 3 . . .
Feb. 10..
Feb. 17..
Feb. 24..
Mar. 2-_.
Mar. 9__.
Mar. 16Mar. 23_.
Mar. 30Apr. 6.-.
Apr. 13..
Apr. 20..
Apr. 27_.
May 4__.
May 11..
May 18..
May 25..
June 1...
June 8...
June 15_.
June 22..
June 29 _.
July 6 . - .
July 13. .
July 20. .
July 27..
Aug. 3 . . .
Aug. 10..
Aug. 17..
Aug. 24..
Aug. 3 1 Sept. 7-_.
Sept. 14_.
Sept. 21..
Sept. 28..
Oct. 5 . . .
Oct. 12..
Oct. 19..
Oct. 26_.

Federal reserve notes
outstanding

United
States
Government
securities

Excess
collateral

Gold

Eligible
paper

2, 760,901
2, 775,039
2, 760, 692
2, 761, 416
2, 772, 705
2, 788, 897
2, 819,060
2, 953. 776
2,909, 798

1, 592,166
1, 635, 806
1, 710, 806
1, 717, 376
1, 747, 581
1, 808, 396
1,923,146
2, 047, 722
2,090,372

1,274,543
1, 217,905
1,138, 557
1,106, 278
1, 085, 285
1,035, 961
936,104
1,097,158
1, 284,926

105, 808
78, 672
88,671
62,238
60,161
55,460
40,190
191,104
465, 500

2, 950, 938
2, 931,929
2, 919,978
2,901,167
2. 920, 870
2, 924, 588
2, 923, 836
2, 908, 345
2, 887, 961
2, 876, 745
2, 855, 883
2, 822, 755
2, 788,959
2, 796, 501
2, 781, 686
2, 778, 214
2, 762, 674
2. 735, 601
2, 765, 345
. 2, 762, 673
2, 758, 223
2, 765, 241
2,786,801
2, 791, 931
2, 850, 896
2, 990, 511
3,093,935
3, 073, 262
3,102, 222
3, 072, 068
3,080,974
3,084, 596
3,078, 279
3, 071, 449
3,051,999
3, 055,161
3,031,049
3,007, 531
2,972, 797
2, 980, 299
2, 968, 793
2, 957, 817
2, 931,112

2,074,541
2,074, 369
2,056, 234
2,063,879
2,078, 779
2,071, 979
2, 053, 930
2, 037,032
2,056,147
2,092, 347
2,187,147
2,192, 547
2,188, 647
2,181,947
2,192,997
2, 223, 947
2, 269,856
2, 269,181
2, 219, 609
2,177, 750
2,113, 407
2, 038, 319
1,943, 700
1,897, 307
1, 899, 307
1, 918, 617
1,926, 767
1,929, 862
1, 954, 312
1,959, 552
1,987, 282
2, 018, 692
2, 046, 992
2,077,192
2,081, 761
2, 088, 557
2,130, 678
2,144, 988
2,166, 537
2,181,139
2,198,090
2, 211,864
2,204,064

1, 024, 768
952,413
962, 085
954, 716
970, 392

148,371
94, 853
98, 341
117, 428
128, 301
96,220
77,019
49,710
70,746
63,081
59,877
79, 495
60,731
41,069
54,013
21,095
46,850
43, 624
25,783
29,221
20,858
25, 370

1931

1932




946,925
921,023
902, 560
847, 479
728, 613
709, 703
661.043
655, 623
642, 702
575, 362
539, 668
510.044
474, 219
465, 844
469, 274
497,002
519, 313
500, 838
489, 285
522,675
520, 397
534,112
508,963
471,796
434, 307
427, 769
411, 358
416, 786
403, 407
384, 678
342, 626
323.915
317, 494
311.916
297, 791
306, 282

97, 300
148, 300
196, 400
263, 300
360,200
401,700
473, 700
606, 700
682,000
639, 900
632, 400
623, 900
635, 450
644,100
615, 600
594, 800
578,100
589, 800
533, 300
532,600
503, 800
516,200
495,000
464,500
451, 200

14,101
22,949
24,091
37,507
16, 897
18,602
20,347
13,554

12, 503
12,082
11, 901
24,648
26, 603
17, 607
12,683
21, 455
34,534
36, 213
16, 338
30, 434

TABLE NO. 40.—--Federal reserve notes, segregated by series, printed, shipped and canceled, issued to banks, retired, and destroyed since
organization of the banks, with the balance in vaults and amount outstanding October 31, 1932

i 1
—
JQ

VAULT BALANCE OCTOBER 31, 1932, 1914-1918 SERIES
Fives

Tens

Twenties

Fifties

Total printed
$5,370,100,000 $5,978,520,000 $6,092,240,000 $1,283,800,000
Total shipped and canceled.. _ 5,370,100,000 5,978,520,000 6,092,240,000 1, 283,800,000

One hundreds

Five hundreds

$884,400,000 $173,000,000
884,400,000 173,000,000

One thousands

Five thousands

Ten thousands

Total

$333,600,000 $108,000,000 $184,000,000 $20,407,660,000
333,600,000 108,000,000 184,000,000 20,407,660,000

1

VAULT BALANCE OCTOBER 31, 1932, 1928 SERIES
Total printed
Total shipped and canceled
Total on hand

$2,156, 760, 000 $2,676,480,000 $2,496,240,000
1,346,100,000 1, 938,600,000 1,819,760,000
810,660,000

737,880,000

676,480,000

$971,400, 000 $1,168,800, 000 $509, 460,000
646, 200,000
790, 400, 000 247,060,000
325, 200,000

378,400,000 262,400,000

$690, 996,000 $60,840,000 $56,880, 000 $10, 787,856,000
391,996,000 28,460,000 29, 720,000 7, 238, 296,000
299,000,000

32,380,000

27,160,000

3,549,560,000

i

COMBINED VAULT BALANCE OCTOBER 31, 1932, BOTH SERIES
$7,526,860,000 $8, 655,000,000 $8, 588,480,000 $2, 255,200,000 $2,053, 200,000 $682, 460,000 $1,024, 596,000 $168,840,000 $240,880,000 $31,195, 516,000
Total printed
725,596,000 136,460,000 213,720,000 27,645,956,000
Total shipped and canceled. __ 6, 716, 200,000 7,917,120,000 7,912,000,000 1,930,000,000 1,674,800,000 420,060,000
676,480,000
325, 200,000
378,400,000 262,400,000
Total on hand...
810,660,000
737,880,000
299,000,000 32,380,000 27,160,000 3,549,560,000

i

ISSUED, RETIRED, AND OUTSTANDING OCTOBER 31, 1932, 1914-1918 SERIES
1 issued
Total issued
1 retired
Total retired
Total (
outstanding

- -

$6,148, 375, 250 $6,990,812,040 $7,192,258,040 $1,486, 660,050 $1, 111, 562,800 $184,528,500
6,124, 213,185 6, 957,348,150 7,136, 251,240 1,462, 502,850 1,084, 400, 500 179,192,000
24,162,065

33,463,890

56,006,800

24,157, 200

27,162,300

5,336,500

$424,150,000 $73,340,000 $127, 260,000 $23, 738,946,680
409,835,000 73,150,000 126,770,000 23,553,662,925
14,315,000

190,000

490,000

185,283, 755

ISSUED, RETIRED, AND OUTSTANDING OCTOBER 31, 1932, 1928 SERIES
Tctal issued
Total retired
Total outstanding.




$1, 538, 722,870 $2,628, 704,120 $2,462,010,840
1, 319,461,080 1, 983,182,630 1,657,212,160
219, 261, 790

645, 521,490

804, 798,680

$740,184,000
454,489, 750

$978,152, 500 $258,606,500
496,925, 200 154, 733,500

285,694, 250

481, 227, 300 103,873,000

$386,281,000 $12,975,000 $30, 720,000 $9,036,356,830
199,923,000 10,075,000 27,550,000 6,303, 552,320
186, 358,000

2,900,000

3,170,000

2, 732,804, 510

o

3

COMBINED-ISSUED, RETIRED, AND OUTSTANDING OCTOBER 31,1932, BOTH SERIES
Total issued.
Total retired
Total outstanding

$7,687,098,120 $9,619,516,160 $9,654,268,880 $2,226,844,050 $2,089,715,300 $443,135,000
7,443,674,265 8,940,530,780 8.793,463,400 1,916,992,600 1,581,325,700 333,925,500
243,423,855

678,985,380

860,805,480

309,851,450

508,389,600

109,209,500

$810,431,000
609,758,000
200,673,000

$86,315,000 $157,980,000 $32,775,303,510
83,225,000 154,320,000 29,857,215,245
3,090,000

3,660,000

2,918,088,265

M U T I L A T E D F E D E R A L RESERVE NOTES, BY DENOMINATIONS, R E C E I V E D A N D D E S T R O Y E D SINCE ORGANIZATION OF BANKS AND ON
HAND IN VAULT OCTOBER 31, 1932, 1914-1918 SERIES
Boston
New York
Philadelphia...
Cleveland
Richmond
Atlanta
_.
Chicago
__.
St. Louis
Minneapolis. _.
Kansas City...
Dallas
San Francisco..

$450, 653,020 $694,752,370 $511,799, 720
1, 481, 582,440 1, 758,119,890 1,165, 524,880
517, 478, 090 563, 860, 210 597,849,980
364, 595, 655 436, 257,270
764,004,720
228,915, 485
273,861,980
335,982,220
270,116, 665
310,447,400
314,216, 500
820, 687, 395 843, 028, 740 926, 301, 560
207, 723, 245 213,767,650
212,482, 240
145, 470,335
142,245,540
128,900,800
218, 521,940
163, 281, 640 180, 653,820
142,091, 595
129,155, 380
135, 763, 880
457, 362,070
412,158,040
708,912,880

$51, 748,750
257, 754, 300
183,066,850
294,673, 250
81,841, 300
41,973,450
196, 287, 700
27,906,950
7,707,150
18,199,900
10, 553,450
66,529,750

$70,856, 000 $6, 594,000
300,631, 300 61, 205, 500
3,277,000
61,914,900
7,402,000
64,755, 700
1,985,000
40,783,700
12,647, 500
45, 699, 900
84, 746,100 14, 229,000
3, 257, 500
17,897, 000
11, 301, 500 1,914, 500
3, 383, 500
24,470, 600
2,095,500
11,924,900
9,671,500
102,656,100

$20,216, 000 $3,970,000
121,466,000
7,985,000
13,088,000
1,980,000
8,370,000
8,248, 000
2,000,000
38, 575, 000
3,915,000
17,528, 000
2,000,000
4,040, 000
2,607, 000
4,068,000
4,234,000
20,446,000 13,960,000

Total receivedTotal destroyed

5, 305,197,935 5,940,936,110 5,982,393, 200 1,238,242,800
5, 305,197, 935 5,940,936,110 5,982, 393, 200 1, 238, 242,800

837, 637,700 127,662,500
837,637, 700 127, 662,500

262,886,000
262,886,000

(Canceled vault stock).
MUTILATED FEDERAL RESERVE NOTES, BY DENOMINATIONS, RECEIVED AND DESTROYED SINCE
IN VAULT.OCTOBER 31, 1932, 1928 SERIES
Boston
$62,153,045
$148, 906,130
$64,121,400
$4,904,900
$4,948,600
$399, 000
147,750,055
193,672,550
New York..
95,551,180
15,089,600
11,300,800
2, 472, 500
88,538,895
108,035,440
62,859,260
20,700,600
5,697,900
484, 500
Philadelphia
_
71,564,140
94,134,170
86,145, 640
12,802,600
2,255,600
933,000
Cleveland...
40,177,445
54,399,230
44,458,460
7,042,150
2,065,000
159, 500
Richmond
43,222,965
43,693,900
28, 581,940
2,151,300
1,697,600
97, 500
Atlanta
95,799,670
104,125,450
56,807,420
20,349,850
4,723,800
446,000
Chicago
55,797,240
44,358,430
24,591,820
1,218,600
1,216,300
29, 500
St. Louis
12,112,000
16,994,040
11,246,480
386,850
606,800
22,000
Minneapolis
24,171, 065
30,112,140
27,021,180
1,559,000
1,896,100
664, 500
Kansas City
13,495,610
20,040,040
16,045,420
571,900
1,035,900
170,500
Dallas
66,964,700
53, 267,110
56,170,860
2,699,800
3,906,000
155,000
San Francisco. _.
_
721,746,830
911, 738, 630
573, 601,060
41,350,400
6, 033, 500
89,477,150
Total received
909, 508,130
720, 337, 330
572,236, 560
6,021,000
89, 296,750
41, 247,500
Total destroyed
1, 409, 500
2, 230, 500
1, 364, 500
102, 900
12, 500
180, 400
Balance on hand




35,810,000
35,810,000

$1, 818, 599,860
5,170,179, 310
1,940,535,030
1,945,978, 595
3,940,000
977,617,685
4, 000,000
1,033,676, 415
2, 906,723,495
693,054, 585
3, 980,000
440,146,825
612,579, 400
435,818,705
19, 670, 000 1,811, 366, 340

$8,010,000
15,910,000

55, 510,000 19, 786,276,245
55, 510,000 19, 786,276,245

40, 000, 000 128,000,000

168,000,000

ORGANIZATION OF BANKS AND ON HAND
$825, 000
3, 386,000
840, 000
1, 247, 000
330,000
323, 000
638,000
42, 000
15,000
1, 013, 000
211, 000
311, 000

$30, 000
5,000

$40,000
60,000

30,000
15, 000

60,000
110,000

5,000

10,000

9,181, 000
9,169, 000

85, 000
85,000

280,000
270,000

2, 353,493,570
2,348,171,270

10,000

5, 322,300

12, 000

$286, 328, 075
469, 287, 685
287,156, 595
269,172,150
148,756, 785
119,768,205
282,890,190
127,253,890
41,383,170
86,436,985
51, 585,370
183,474,470

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N O . 40.—Federal reserve notes, segregated by series, printed, shipped and canceled, issued to banks, retired, and destroyed since
organization of the banks, with the balance in vaults and amount outstanding October 31, 1932—Continued

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COMBINED MUTILATED FEDERAL RESERVE NOTES, BY DENOMINATIONS, RECEIVED AND DESTROYED SINCE ORGANIZATION OF BANKS
AND ON HAND IN VAULT OCTOBER 31, 1932, BOTH SERIES
Fives

Twenties

One hundreds

Fifties

$6, 026,944,765 $6,852,674,740 $6, 555,994, 260 $1,327,719,950
6, 025, 535,265 6, 850, 444,240 6, 554, 629,760 1,327,539, 550

Total received
Total destroyed...
Balance on hand

Tens

,

1,409, 500

2, 230, 500

1,364, 500

Five hundreds

$878, 988,100 $133, 696,000
878, 885, 200 133, 683, 500

180, 400

102, 900

One thousands

Five thousands

$272,067,000 $35,895,000
272,055, 000 35, 895, 000

12,500

12,000

Ten thousands

Total

$55, 790, 000 $22,139, 769, 815
55, 780, 000 22,134, 447, 515
10, 000

5, 322, 300

NOTE.—During the year ended Oct. 31,1932, badly mutilated, burned, and fractional parts of Federal reserve notes amounting to $40,246—new series, $36,901; old series, $3,345—
have been identified, valued, and the bank of issue determined.
TABLE N O . 41.—Aggregate amount of Federal reserve bank notes printed, issued, canceled, and redeemed, by denominations, since the inauguration

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of the Federal reserve system, and amount outstanding October 31, 1932
VAULT BALANCE OCTOBER 31, 1932
Ones
Total printed
Total issued and canceled

-

-

$478,892,000
478,892, 000

Twos
$136,232,000
136, 232,000

Fives
$132,500,000
132, 500, 000

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Tens
$24,040,000
24,040,000

Twenties

Fifties

$14,080,000
14, 080, 000

$2,600,000
2, 600,000

$788,344,000
788, 344, 000

Total

I S S U E D , R E D E E M E D , A N D O U T S T A N D I N G O C T O B E R 31, 1932
Total issued
Total redeemed
Total outstanding




$478,892,000
477,163, 982

$135,192, 000
134, 722, 441

$121, 460, 000
121,147, 840

$16,440, 000
16,360,185

$9, 760, 000
9, 667, 090

$200, 000
188, 450

$761,944, 000
759, 249,988

1, 728, 018

469, 559

312,160

79, 815

92, 910

11, 550

2, 694, 012

capital at date of organization and at date 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 failure
Organization
Name and location of bank

469
549
554
593
612
620
656
667
670
689
696
719
727
738
743
744
746
752
756
763
770
773
776
781
789
799
810
813
814
816
824
830
835
839
846
850

Charter
No.

Date

Capital

Total dividends paid
during existence as a
national
banking
association

Failures
Capital

Receiver
appointed

Total
Lawful Circulation deposits at
outstandmoney ing at date date of
deposited of failure
failure

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$100,000
50,000
100,000

$100, 000
50,000
100, 000

24,600
11,700

24,600
11,700

33,900
91,500
24, 300
44,900
49,300
9,700
33,700
25,000
24,700
74,250
47,100
98,500
98, 500
39,000
74, 300
27,300
29,000
74,200
124,500
24,597

33,900
91, 500
24,300
44,900
49,300
9,700
33, 700
25, 000
24, 700
74, 250
47,100
98, 500
98, 500
39,000
74, 300
27, 300
29, 000
74, 200
124,500
24, 597

47, 200
39,000
459,897
190,600
19,200
50,000
32,400
24,995

47, 200
39,000
459,897
190,600
19,200
50,000
32,400
24,995

Farmers & Drovers National Bank, Waynesburg, Pa
Jan. 30,1865
First National Bank, Sutton, W. Va
6213 Apr. 7,1902
270 Jan. 2,1864
First National Bank, Uniontown, Pa
First National Bank, Eureka, S. Dak
11527 Nov. 18,1919
First National Bank, Arabia, Ind
9510 July 30,1909
6347 July 15,1902
Bannock National Bank, Pocatello, Idaho
11696 Apr. 5,1920
American National Bank, Billings, Mont
8716 May 3,1907
7,700
Citizens National Bank, Laurel, Mont
12176 Apr. 17,1922
Commerical National Bank, Wilmington, N. C
32,000
8048 Dec. 11,1905
First National Bank, Joseph, Oreg
177, 550
5951 Aug. 19,1901
First National Bank, Sapulpa, Okla
149,875
6701 Mar. 24,1903
Union National Bank, Beloit, Kans
30,125
8821 June 8,1907
First National Bank, Turtle Lake, N. Dak
7320 June 10,1904
136, 500
First National Bank, Forsyth, Mont
5,000
1C604 Aug. 24,1914
Merchants National Bank, Mandan, N. Dak
32, 500
6502 Nov. 19,1902
First National Bank, Webster, S. Dak
240, 500
2823 Nov. 14,1882
Sioux Falls National Bank, Sioux Falls, S. Dak
68,000
7663 Mar. 4,1905
Dakota National Bank, Dickinson, N. Dak
270, 500
3087 Nov. 15,1883
First National Bank, Brookings, S. Dak
277,000
5015 Aug. 15,1895
Commercial National Bank, Miles City, Mont
103, 250
9904 Dec. 23,1907
First National Bank, Sidney, Mont_._
6788 Apr. 6,1903
75,000
Wells National Bank, Wrells, Minn
5647 Dec. 8,1900
175,850
First National Bank, Coalgate, Okla
2819 May 19,1882
166,350
First National Bank, Huron, S. Dak
3262 Oct. 25,1884
155,250
Merchants National Bank, Crookston, Minn
485,000
First National Bank of Fergus County, Lewistown, Mont, 7274 May 9,1904
5487 May 19,1900
430,000
First National Bank, Carlsbad, N. Mex
57,000
10399 Apr. 30,1913
Drovers National Bank, East St. Louis, 111
214,750
2778 Sept. 4,1882
First National Bank, Schuyler, Nebr
44, 750
8781 June 3,1907
City National Bank of Huron, Huron, S. Dak.i
1,222,500
8111 Feb. 1,1906
National Bank of Commerce, Rochester, N. Y
949,000
1800 Dec. 29,1870
First National Bank, Cheyenne, Wyo
9210 July 10,1908
46,500
First National Bank, Harrington, Wash
448 Mar. 23,1864
814,000
First National Bank, Putnam, Conn
7629 Feb. 13,1905
85,737
First National Bank, Ozark, Ala
8338 May 16,1906
52, 500
First National Bank, Alma, Wis
i Receiver appointed to levy and collect stock assessment covering deficiency in value of assets sold, or to complete unfinished liquidation.




$150,000
35,000
60,000
50,000
25, 000
50,000
150,000
35, 000
200, 000
25,000
25, 000
25,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
80,000
25, 000
30,000
25,000
50,000
75,000
100,000
25,000
200, 000
50,000
50,000
500,000
100, 000
50,000
100,000
25, 000
25,000

$597, 750
31, 500
1,308,000
7,500
11, 250
49,000

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$200, 000
50, 000
100,000
50, 000
25,000
100, 000
150,000
35, 000
200, 000
25,000
100,000
50,000
25, 000
75,000
50, 000
25,000
150,000
50, 000
100,000
250, 000
50, 000
75, 000
100, 000
65,000
75, 000
300, 000
100, 000
200, 000
50,000
50,000
1, 500,000
200, 000
50,000
150,000
35,000
25,000

Dec. 12,1906
Aug. 29,1914
Jan. 19,1915
Aug. 20,1920
Apr. 5,1921
June 11,1921
Sept. 23,1922
Jan. 4,1923
Jan. 31,1923
June 14,1923
July 30,1923
Nov. 13,1923
Nov. 21,1923
Dec, 18,1923
Dec. 26,1923
Jan. 2,1924
Jan. 24,1924
Feb. 7,1924
Feb. 9,1924
Feb. 15,1924
Feb. 26,1924
do
Feb. 27,1924
Mar. 14,1924
Mar. 24,1924
Apr. 12,1924
May 14,1924
May 22,1924
May 24,1924
June 10,1924
June 21,1924
July 9,1924
Aug. 6,1924
Aug. 13,1924
Oct. 23,1924
Nov. 7,1924

$1, 047, 580
364, 021
1, 452, 581
823, 254
24,796
842, 093
499, 259
215, 807
1, 991, 806
141, 638
688, 227
545, 591
134, 961
352,127
315, 054
224, 512
1, 514, 456
176,986
623,164
1,588,243
395, 764
931,958
493, 803
1,099, 420
1,170,960
2,866,963
361,326
433, 685
524,922
4, 498,121
198,499
1, 478,076
158, 618
203,589

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TABLE N O . 42.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October SI, 1982, dates of organization and appointment of receivers,
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capital at date of organization and at date of failure, dividends paid while solvent, circulation outstanding at date of failure, lawful money
to
deposited with Treasurer of the United States to redeem circulation, and total deposits at date of failure—Continued
Organization
Name and location of bank

851
856
862
867
869
877
882
887
899
905
909
912
918
919
922
924
928
930
939
941
943
944
945
946
948
955
959
963
071
975
976
977
980
982
984

Merchants National Bank, Grinnell, Iowa
First National Bank, Boise City, Okla
Parkesburg National Bank, Parkesburg, Pa
_
Stockmans National Bank, Columbus, Mont
First National Bank, Townsend, Mont
First National Bank, Excelsior Springs, Mo
Farmers National Bank, Hempstead, Tex
National Bank of Commerce, Pierre, S. Dak
First National Bank, Matoaka, W. Va
Commercial National Bank, Greenville, Tex
Georgia National Bank, Athens, Ga
First National Bank, Hedrick, Iowa*
Burgettstown National Bank, Burgettstown, Pa
First National Bank, Selma, N. C
First National Bank, Florence, S. C
First National Bank, Crandon, Wis
First National Bank, St. Cloud, Minn
First National Bank, Abercrombie, N. Dak
Globe National Bank, Denver, Colo
First National Bank, Warren, Minn
First National Bank, Hallock, Minn__._
First National Bank, Buffalo, Minn___
Manilla National Bank, Manilla, Iowa
Loveland National Bank, Loveland, Colo
Muskogee Security National Bank, Muskogee, Okla
Gregory National Bank, Gregory, S. Dak
Warren National Bank, Warren, Minn.
_
_..
Farmers & Merchants National Bank, Cannon Falls,
Minn
Security National Bank, Mason City; Iowa,
Broadway National Bank, Denver, Colo
First National Bank, Tama, Iowa
_
_
First National Bank, Waukon, Iowa
Cando National Bank, Cando, N. Dak
First National Bank, Ada, Minn
Farmers National Bank, La Moure, N. Dak




Charter
No.

Date

Capital

Total dividends paid
during existence as a
national
banking
association

Failures

Capital

Receiver
appointed

Total
Lawful Circulation deposits afc
outstand'
money
at date date of
deposited ing failure
of
failure

Nov.
Nov.
Dec.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
May
May
May
May
June
June
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Nov.
Nov.
Dec.

12,1924
25,1924
26,1924
7,1925
8,1925
24,1925
7,1925
11,1925
3,1925
6,1925
17,1925
24,1925
14,1925
16,1925
22,1925
29,1925
24,1925
30,1925
1,1925
10,1925
16,1925
17,1925
20,1925
22,1925
7,1925
25,1925
5,1925

$100,000
10,000
42, 600

$100, 000
10, 000
42,600

26, 000
17, 000
133,000
139,048
16,250
158,000
716,000
51,750
444,500
11,400
167,000
49,125
401,000
11,750
66,000
81, 250
84,450
14, 000
41,875
133,000
12,000
77,477
6,400

$100,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
50, 000
100,000
50, 000
150,000
400, 000
25,000
100,000
30,000
150,000
50,000
250,000
25,000
200,000
50,000
60,000
50,000
25,000
100,000
200,000
50,000
50,000

12,500
25,000
49,197
79,500
50,000
149,995
200,000
19,800
98,400
8,800
124,000
45, 200

12, 500
25,000
49,197
79, 500
50, 000
149,995
200,000
19,800
98, 400

25,000
614, 500
28, 000
213, 450
226, 500
74,000
93,750
51,000

25,000
100,000
200,000
75,000
100,000
25,000
50, 000
50,000

Dec.
Dec.
Jan.
Jan.

17,1925
29,1925
16,1926
18,1926

2953
11084
2464
11220
9982
7741
4905
4279
11264
7510
6525
5540
2408
10739
9747
9387
2790
8419
11623
5866
6934
11023
6041
8116
12277
9377
11286

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

28,1883
30,1917
27,1880
12,1918
31,1911
5,1905
15,1893
13,1890
7,1918
24,1904
14,1902
11,1900
25,1879
7,1915
23,1910
16,1909
25,1882
25,1906
5,1920
18,1901
5,1903
7,1917
12,1901
14,1906
8,1922
23,1909
28,1918

$50,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
75,000
25,000
100, 000
100,000
25,000
50,000
30,000
100,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
200,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
30,000

$422, 500
6,000
171,865

6704
10428
12250
1880
4921
7377
5453
9714

Feb.
July
Aug.
Aug.
Apr.
July
Apr.
Mar.

14,1903
16,1913
10,1922
5,1871
22,1893
16,1904
13,1900
1,1910

25,000
100.000
200,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
50,000

do

_.

Feb. 6,1926
Feb. 10,1926
Feb. 25,1926

124,000
45, 200

24,100

24,100

24,600
24,600
34,600
18,450
100,000

24,600
24,600
34,600
18,450
100,000

48,500
25,000

48,500
25,000

9,600
97,900

9,600
97,900

49,297
93,200
6,500
24, 500
48, 700

49, 297
93, 200
6,500
24, 500
48,700

$998, 975
136, 521
329, 404
137,464
80,721
212,086
177, 720
683,098
571,934
638,350
1,200,239
1, 698, 546
181, 216
1,137,989
350,144
1, 682. 525
224,370
4,020,485
382, 775
350, 056
668, 508
127,950
490, 791
2,122, 111
290, 520
341,515
333,877
944, 632
2,318, 247
894,382
739,072
301,119
452, 241
192, 334

Spirit Lake Nationa IBank, Spirit Lake, Iowa_
50,000 Mar. 23,1926
8032 Dec. 12,1905
50,000
101,000 >
First National Bank, Frankfort, S. Dak___
25, 000 Apr. 12,1926
10683 Dec. 26,1914
25,000
16, 250
50,000 May 13,1926
First National Bank, Shenandoah, Iowa
2363 M a y 5,1877
50,000
417,000
80,000 May 22,1926
First National Bank, Cambridge, Iowa
9014 Oct. 25,1907
25,000
61,800
62,500 June 3,1926
First National Bank, Noblesville, Ind
4882 M a r . 1,1893
50,000
132,687
El004 First National Bank, Jonesboro, Ark
_
8086 Dec. 20,1905
100,000 June 4,1926
100,000
206,000
Sept. 17,1919
^ 1007 First National Bank, Barnsdall, Okla
25,000 June 22,1926
11460
25,000
2,000
g 1010 De Smet National Bank, De Smet, S.1 Dak
50,000 July 6,1926
5355 M a y 1,1900
25,000
154,875
M a y 12,1908
O 1012 First National Bank, Dinuba, Calif. ...
9158
200,000 July 9,1926
25,000
52,000
,° 1015 First National Bank, Cumberland, Iowa
25,000 July 22,1926
7326 J u n e 17,1904
25,000
66,750
1017 First National Bank, Royalton, Minn
25,000
6731 Apr. 9,1903
25,000
37,500
do
CO 1018 First National Bank, Pepin, Wis
25,000 July 23,1926
10725 A p r . 7,1915
25,000
15,500
W 1019 First National Bank, Woonsocket, S. Dak
50,000
5946 Aug. 6,1901
do
25,000
98,050
1021 First National Bank, Eldorado, 111.
50,000 Aug. 6,1926
7539 Dec. 17,1904
25,000
75,250
1024 First National Bank, Waubay, S. Dak
25,000 Aug. 20,1926
6124 J a n . 31,1902
25,000
42,500
_ 1026 Oakes National Bank, Oakes, N. Dak
25,000 Sept. 4,1926
6988 M a r . 21,1903
25,000
26,000
C 1027 National Farmers Bank, Owatonna, Minn
O
75,000 Sept. 10,1926
4928 M a y 29,1893
80,000
199,200
1029 First National Bank, Veblen, S. Dak
40,000 Sept. 18,1926
9858 Aug. 16,1910
25,000
46,975
1030 Farmers National Bank in Lidgerwood, N. Dak
25,000 Sept. 21,1926
12743 M a y 11,1925
25 000
4,1913
1031 Farmers & Merchants Nationa IBank, Merced, Calif
100,000
10352 J a n .
26,000
100,000 Sept. 23,1926
1033 First National Bank, Lake Norden, S. Dak
35, 000 Oct. 5,1926
10714 M a r . 3,1915
25, 000
18, 250
1036 National Bank of Franklin, Franklin, Tenn
1834 M a y 25,1871
100,000 Oct. 18,1926
60,000
592,150
1037 Farmers & Merchants National Bank, Lake City, S. C ._ 10681 Dec. 26,1914
do.
100,000
100,000
82,000
1049 First National Bank, Milbank, S. Dak _
50,000 Nov. 15,1926
6473 Oct. 16,1902
25,000
118,797
1050 First National Bank, Armstrong, Iowa
50, 000 Nov. 17,1926
5442 M a y 1,1900
50,000
89, 500
1051 Citizens National Bank, Spencer, Iowa
6941 Aug. 11,1903
100,000 Nov. 19,1926
50,000
175,750
1060 Clarinda National Bank, Clarinda, Iowa
50, 000 Nov. 29,1926
3112 Dec. 26,1883
50,000
206,817
1061 First National Bank, Marked Tree, Ark
50, 000 Nov. 30,1926
11122 Dec. 17,1917
25,000
14,600
1063 First National Bank, Leeds, N. Dak
25,000 Dec. 1,1926
6312 J u n e 9,1902
25,000
35,000
1064 Farmers National Bank, Brookings, S. Dak
50,000 Dec. 3,1926
6462 Aug. 29,1902
50,000
83,050
1065 First National Bank, Alta, Iowa
_
50,000
do
7126 J a n . 21,1904
50,000
111,500
1067 Planters National Bank, Honey Grove, Tex
100,000 Dec. 6,1926
4112 Aug. 14,1889
75, 000
272,250
F e b . 9,1875
1070 First National Bank, Malvern, Iowa.
50,000 Dec. 10,1926
2247
50, 000
272,000
1072 First National Bank, Haleyville, Ala__
25,000 Dec. 17,1926
11613 F e b . 9,1920
25, 000
6,000
1073 National Bank of Oakesdale, Oakesdale, Wash
25,000 Dec. 21,1926
9150 A p r . 25,1908
25, 000
S3, 250
Dec. 12,1871
1075 First National Bank, Plattsmouth, Nebr
50,000
1914
do
50,000
276,000
1079 Citizens National Bank, Ortonville, Minn
25,000 Jan. 4,1927
6747 A p r . 18,1903
25, 000
54, 500
J a n . 15,1921
1084 First National Bank, Cardwell, Mo
50, 000 Jan. 8,1927
11919
50, 000
4,000
Aug. 3,1881
1085 First National Bank, Nevada, Iowa....
75,000 Jan. 10,1927
2555
50, 000
287, 250
1091 First National Bank, Argyle, Minn
50, 000 Jan. 18,1927
5907 J u n e 18,1901
25, 000
112,500
1092 First National Bank, Boyceville, Wis
25,000
11128 Dec. 8,1917
do.
25, 000
4, 750
1093 Citizens National Bank, Commerce, Tex
50,000 Jan. 20,1927
12778 J u n e 10,1925
50,000
1094 Citizens National Bank, Lone Oak, Tex
25, 000
25, 000
12760 M a y 18,1925
do
1095 First National Bank, Beardsley, Minn
25,000 Jan. 21,1927.
25,000
37, 000
7438 J u l y 7,1904
1096 Farmers National Bank, Red Lake Falls, Minn
25,000 Jan. 24,1927
9837 J u l y 19,1910
25,000
16, 500
A p r . 10,1883
1097 First National Bank, Biggsville, 111.1
50,000 Jan. 31,1927
3003
50,000
230, 000
1098 First National Bank, Edgeley, N. Dak
85,000
do
7914 Aug. 29,1905
25,000
170,050
Aug. 13,1895
1100 First National Bank, Britt, Iowa
50,000 Feb. 1,1927
5020 M a y 25,1903
50,000
172, 250
1102
50,000 Feb. 5,1927
First National Bank, Montevideo, Minn
6860 F e b . 13,1904
30,000
77,000
1105
25,000 Feb. 10,1927
7161 J a n . 22,1902
25,000
70, 250
1106 First National Bank, Clinton, Minn
50,000 Feb. 18,1927
Citizens National Bank, Albert Lea, Minn
6128
50,000
110,000
Receiver appointed to levy and collect stock assessment covering deficiency in value of assets sold, or to complete unfinished liquidation.
991
995
998
999
_ i 1003




45,200

45,200

20,000
78, 700
49,000
40,000

20, 000
78,700
49,000
40,000

23,800
9,800
5,950
11,600

23,800
9,800
5,950
11,600

15, 000
49,100
6, 250
24, 500
74, 550
9,700

15,000
49,100
6, 250
24, 500
74, 550
9,700

35, 000
96, 600
97, 600
38,500
40, 500
49, 295
49, 500
48, 300
24,700
49,200
25,000
18, 400
12,500

35,000
96, 600
97, 600
38,500
49,500
49, 295
49,500
48,300
24,700
49, 200
48, 695
18, 400
12, 500

25, 000
48, 600
15, 400

25, 000
48, 600
15,400

73,300

73, 300

24,700

~24,~706

24,997
24,700
15,300
48, 600
44, 300
29,495
20,000
49,398

24,997
24,700
15, 300
48,600
44,300
29,495
20,000
49,397

570,110
235, 288
690, 033
391,138
272,920
419, 317
294,947
351,858
149,410
334,020
251,640
195, 852
285, 868
171,508
216, 250
1, 446, 671
141,176
280, 454
1,128,135
236, 79(>
468, 950
719, 644
332, 973
267, 387
466, 656
599,132
107, 658
128, 672
986, 711 SI
453, 681
213, 872
231, 793
135, 382
92, 829
287, 703
265, 030
!7 397
37, 2Q7 M
273, 261
131,176
172, 278
79, 333
79,914
252,056
123, 428 9
273,196
708, 295
626, 407
162,825
887,404

00
0O

TABLE N O . 42.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31, 1932, dates of organization and appointment of receivers,
00
capital at date of organization and at date 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 failure—Continued
Organization
Name and location of bank

1107
1108
.1110
1111
1112
1114
1115
1119
1122
3123
1124
3125
1128
1130
1131
1133
1136
1138
1139
1140
1141
1144
1145
1146
1148
1151
1152
1153
1154
1155
1156
1157
1159
1161"
1165
1166

First National Bank, Marengo, Iowa
First National Bank, Allegan, Mich
Farmers & Merchants National Bank, Mount Morris, Pa.
First National Bank, Rush City, Minn
Central National Bank, Marietta, Ohio
First National Bank, Belle Plaine, Iowa
First National Bank, Dunbar, Pa
First National Bank, Hartley, Iowa
First National Bank, Lepanto, Ark 1
Provident National Bank, Waco, Tex.
First National Bank of Benson, Hollsopple, Pa
First National Bank, Sheldon, Iowa
First National Bank, Columbia City, Ind
First National Bank, Lake Worth, Fla
First National Bank, Lake Mills, Iowa
First National Bank, Bend, Oreg
First National Bank, Biwabik, Minn
City National Bank in Kearney, Nebr
Laurel National Bank, Laurel, Nebr
Farmers & Merchants National Bank, Alcester, S. Dak...
First National Bank, Grafton, N. Dak
First National Bank, Chowchilla, Calif
Merchants National Bank, Greene, Iowa
First National Bank, Kennebec, S. Dak
First National Bank, Spencer, Iowa
Peoples National Bank, Waukon, Iowa
First National Bank, East Grand Forks, Minn
Fayette City National Bank, Fayette City, Pa
First National Bank, Webster, Pa
National Bank of Fayetteyille, Fayetteville, N. C
First National Bank, Bishop, uaiif
Citizens National Bank, Waynesburg, Pa
First National Bank, Sheridan, Ind.i
First National Bank, In wood, Iowa
Central National Bank, Kearney, Nebr.1
City National Bank, Kearney,Nebr.i




Charter
No,

Date

2484
1829
6983
6954
5212
2012
7576
4881
11322
4309
7935
3848
7132
11716
5123
9363
8697
13013
9979
10818
2840
10978
6880
10098
3898
10207
4638
6800
6937
5677
10999
4267
5296
7304
6600
3958

May 25,1880
May 11,1871
Sept. 22,1903
Aug. 1,1903
May 29,1899
May 31,1872
Jan. 20,1905
Feb. 22,1893
Mar. 19,1919
Mar. 31,1890
June 23,1905
Feb. 8,1888
Feb. 2,1904
Apr. 19,1920
Feb. 21,1898
Jan. 23,1909
Apr. 2,1907
Dec. 3,1926
Mar. 21,1911
Dec. 30,1915
Nov. 14,1882
Mar. 29,1917
June 23,1903
Sept. 20,1911
May 26,1888
May 1,1912
Sept. 7,1891
May 16,1903
June 20,1903
Dec. 12,1900
Nov. 21,1916
Jan. 15,1890
Apr. 2,1900
May 23,1904
Jan. 26,1903
Dec. 26,1888
Mav

1Q. 1Q14

Capital

$50, 000
50,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
35,000
300,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
30, 000
50,000
25, 000
25,000
150,000
40,000
25,000
50,000
25, 000
50,000
25,000
60,000
50,000
50,000
75,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
45,000
25,000
50,000
100,000
25.000

Total dividends paid
during existence as a
national
banking
association
$277, 500
272, 050
29, 000
04,500
245,000
369, 800
61,000
198, 450
3,500
1, 320, 000
20, 625
293, 500
171,000
36,500
33,000
75, 260
33, 097
29,200
43, 750
296, 500
2,750
82,000
27,000
295, 700
138, 000
161, 250
43,125
175, 500
126,000
1, 565,000
190,171
121, 000
117,500
20. 500

Failures

Capital

$65, 000
50,000
25,000
50,000
300.000
60,000
50,000
75,000
35,000
300,000
75,000
150, 000
100,000
100,000
50,000
100,000
25,000
150,000
65,000
50,000
50,000
25, 000
50,000
50,000
150,000
125,000
50,000
75,000
25,000
100,000
50,000
500,000
75,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
25.000

Receiver
appointed

Feb. 18,1927
do.
Feb. 21,1927
.....do
Feb. 24,1927
M a r . 3,1927
M a r . 7,1927
M a r . 22,1927
M a r . 25,1927
M a r . 26, 1927
M a r . 28,1927
M a r . 29, 1927
M a r . 31,1927
Apr. 2,1927
Apr. 8,1927
Apr. 29,1927
M a y 10,1927
M a y 14,1927
do
May 17,1927
May 25,1927
May 28,1927
June 4,1927
June 20,1927
June 25,1927
July 19,1927
July 28,1927
do.
Aug. 8,1927
Aug. 12,1927
A iip.

Total
Lawful Circulation deposits at
outstandmoney ing at date date of
deposited of failure
failure

$49, 600
46,900
24, 500
48,400
296, 700
59,100
48,100
49,600

$49, 600
46, 900
24,500
48, 400
296, 700
59,100
48,100
49, 600

50,000
24,400
99,000
94,200
32, 300
49, 498
12, 500
24,700
90,800
40,000

50,000
24,400
99,000
94,200
32, 300
49, 498
12, 500
24,700
90,800
40,000

49,600

49,600

24,700
24,300
123,200
37, 498
69,400
24,100
49,000

24,700
24,300
123, 200
37,498
69,400
24,100
49,000

22, 400
25,000

275,000
22,400
25,000

15.1927

Aug. 17; 1927
Aug. 18,1927
Sept. 6,1927
Sept. 30,1927
do
Oct. 3.1927

$755, 896
581, 948
310,148
359, 940
1, 957.190
805, 991
366, 597
275, 645
108, 211
196, 240
777, 551
1,010, 867
1, 358, 878
358, 762
1, 264, 073
317,100
1, 868, 476
524, 225
396, 354
215, 524
232,155
76, 692
855, 375
529, 744
481, 789
1, 781,014
283, 727
1, 909, 559
763,199
4, 080,072
182,242

1171
1172
1J75
1176
1177
1179
1180
1181
1186
1187
1188
1189
1192
1201
1203
1206
1208
1209
1210
1211
1213
1214
1215
1216
1217
1218
1220
1221
1222
1225
1226
1227
1228
1230
1231
1232
1235
1236
1237
1238
1239
1240
1241
1242
1243
1245
1247
1248
1249
1253
1

National Bank of La Grange, La Grange, Ind
First National Bank, Swea City,Iowa
_
National State Bank, Stockton, Kans.
National Bank of West Palm Beach, West Palm Beach,
Fla.
First National Bank, New Cumberland, W. Va..
First National Bank, Checotah, Okla
First National Bank, Hope, N. Dak
_..
First National Bank, Manning, S. C
New Georgia National Bank, Albany, Ga
First National Bank, Minnewaukan, N. Dak
First National Bank, Greenville, Tex.i
First National Bank, Mullens, W. Va
First National Bank, Delta, Utah *
_
Astoria National Bank, Astoria, Oreg
Farmers National Bank, Phillipsburg, Kans
New First National Bank in Springfield, Mo
First xNTational Bank, Carrington, N. Dak
First National Bank, Osborne, Kans
First National Bank, Toronto, S. Dak
First National Bank, St. George, S. C
Commercial National Bank, Statesville, N. C_._.
First National Bank, Bristow, Okla
First National Bank, Stewardson, 111.
First National Bank, Avoca, Minn
First National Bank, Rice, Minn
American National Bank, Sarasota, Fla
First National Bank, Moweaqua, 111
First National Bank, Marshalltown, Iowa
First National Bank, Arcadia, Ind._
First National Bank, Calexico, Calif.
First National Bank, Denton, Tex_

4972
5637
8274

July 32,1894
Oct. 24,1900
May 22,1906

50,000
25,000
50,000

201, 750
51, 750
102,750

100,000 Oct. 24,1927
25,000 Oct. 29,1927
50,000 N o v . 14,1927

49,300
24,600
48,900

100,000 N o v . 18,1927
100,000
Apr. 27,1926
50,000
50,000 N o v . 21,1927
40,000
73, 350
Dec. 9,1902
49,300
50,000 Dec. 1,1927
May 23,1898
50,000
234, 600
50, 000
50,000 Dec. 12,1927
Juno 17,1901
25,000
171, 269
25,000
50,000 Dec. 14,1927
Feb. 23,1918
25,000
20,500
197,997
200,000 Jan. 4,1928
Dec. 22,1925
300,000
90,000
24, 745
25,000 Jan. 6,1928
July 9,1900
25,000
84,250
138, 545
150,000 Jan. 11,1928
June 30,1883
50,000
512,750
25,000 Jan. 16,1928
Nov. 3,1922
25,000
30,000 Jan. 23,1928
Nov. 17,1919
30,000
Aug. 9,1890
200,000 Feb. 24,1928
50,000
297, 354
Aug. 18,1915
50,000 M a r . 2,1928
25,000
32, 725
June 6,1925
125,000 M a r . 17,1928
125,000
3,750
24,700
July 6,1900
50,000 M a r . 26,1928
25,000
128, 861
49, 450
Jan. 28,1885
50,000 M a r . 30,1928
50,000
367, 500
24, 300
July 8,1902
25,000 Apr. 3,1928
25,000
71, 290
do
June 5,1922
50,000
50,000
16,000
Dec. 26,1908
98, 200
100, COO Apr. 19,1928
100,000
145,500
Apr. 29,1902
25,000
50,000 Apr. 25,1928
25, 000
202, 500
May 14,1909
25,000
25,000 M a y 1,1928
25,000
43,750
July 31,1918
6,500
25, COO M a y 5,1928
25,000
15, 250
Apr. 1,1920
25,000 M a y 12,1928
25.000
Apr. 7,1925
M a y 15,1928
95, 850
300,000
100,000
Apr. 8,1905
49,050
75,000 M a y 23,1928
25, 000
79,500
Apr. 25,1864
49, 750
200,000 June 11,1928
50, 000
839,000
July 8,1909
25,000
25,000 July 3,1928
25, 000
15, 000
Jan. 27,1910
July 24,1928
300,000
25,000
112, 250
Oct. 30,1882
37, 500
50,000 Aug. 15,1928
50,000
259,056
July 27,1909
39,700
40,000 Aug. 22,1928
40,000
50,000
Oct. 2,1914
65,000
75,000 Aug. 29,1928
75,000
114,000
Jan. 19,1865
99,980
100,000 Sept. 18,1928
100,000
380, 500
May 3,1902
100,000
200,000 Sept. 24,1928
First National Bank, Dublin, Ga.
50, 000
461,000
Jan. 24,1904
40,000
60,000 Sept. 27,1928
First National Bank, Aledo, 111
25,000
76, 300
Apr. 14,1911
85, 500
100,000 Nov. 2,1928
Carolina National Bank, Darlington, S. C
50,000
98,500
Oct. 1,1902
40,000 Nov. 3,1928
First National Bank, Farmland, Ind.i
25,000
32,100
Sept. 5,1917
25,000
25,000 Nov. 9,1928
Lamar National Bank, Lamar, S. C
25,000
4,000
May 21,1900
25, 000
40,000 Nov. 13,1928
H t i t
Hartington N t i l B k Hartington, Nebr.
National Bank, H t i t
40,000
73, 200
Feb. 4,1909
50,000
50,000 Nov. 14,1928
First National Bank, Cheraw, S. C.
rt
,
eaw,
C
25,000
54, 500
Mar. 24,1904
do
40, 000
50,000
F i t N t i a l Bank, Dunn, N. C
N
First National B a k D
25, 000
75, 300
Mar. 24,1911
50,000
50,000 Nov. 21,1928
Farmers National Bank, Wakefield, Nebr
40,000
75,000
Aug. 2,1906
500,000 Nov. 26,1928
Fourth National Bank, Macon, Ga
250,000
701,000
Aug. 7,1905
49,300
50,000
do
First National Bank, Kichland Center, Wis
30,000
87, 300
May 10,1905
24,995
25,000 Dec. 7,1928
First National Bank, Warren, Ind
25,000
24,000
Jan. 11,1904
25,000
25,000 Dec. 10,1928
Cass County National Bank, Casselton, N. Dak
25,000
85, 250
50,000
50,000 Dec. 11,1928
12614 Dec. 16,1924
First National Bank, Benson, N. C
100,000
18,000
50,500
80,000 Dec. 14,1928
3019 June 2,1883
Peoples National Bank, Middletown, Del
80,000
208,400
109,995
150,000 Dec. 24,1928
2569 Aug. 13,1881
First & Moorhead National Bank, Moorhead, Minn
50,000
172, 500
Receiver appointed to levy and collect stock assessment covering deficiency in value of assets sold, or to complete unfinished liquidation.




12930
6582
5128
5893
11155
12863
5500
2998
12270
11529
4403
10776
12770
5551
3319
6381
12233
9335
6260
9438
11224
11709
12751
7739
411
9488
9686
2812
9504
10636
970
6374
7145
9999
6504
11080
5400
9342
7188
9984
8365
7901
7930
7142

49, 300
24, 600
48,900
50,000
49,300
50,000
25,000
197,997
24,745
138,545

530,086
364, 021
260, 504
324,846
550, 834
233,446
256,286
190, 793
721,845
172,443
185, 768

24,700
49,450
24,300
98,200
25,000
25,000
6,500
95,850
49,050
49,750
25,000
37,500
39,700
65, 000
100,000
100,000
40,000
85,500
25,000
25,000
50,000
40,000
50,000
49,300
24,995
25,000
50,000
50,500
109,995

S
S

2, 242, 061
156,494
494, 778
325,911
284, 378
205, 349
271, 852
910, 884
548,130
396, 622
209, 916
177, 691
462, 489
341, 086
1,619,996
173, 740
10, 741
280, 677
267, 232
465, 247
1,077, 615
893, 686
457, 596
600, 698
139,968
384, 810
253,116
274,774
461, 419
7, 690, 486
804,491
185, 804
269, 217
137, 330
425. 318
1,896,450

CO

TABLE N O . 42.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31,1932, dates of organization and appointment of receivers,
capital at date of organization and at date 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 failure—Continued
Organization
Name and location of bank

1254 Exchange National Bank, Denton, Tex
1255 First National Bank, Frisco, Tex
1256 First National Bank, Kingsbury, Tex
1257 First National Bank, Coleridge, Nebr
1258 Exchange National Bank, Spokane, Wash
1259 First Exchange National Bank, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.
1260 First National Bank, Wagener, S. C.
1261 Minneapolis National Bank, Minneapolis, Kans
1263 First National Bank, Manchester, Iowa
1264 Citizens National Bank, Hope, Ind
1265 First National Bank, Avon Park, Fla
1266 First National Bank, Punta Gorda, Fla
1267 First National Bank, Bixby, Okla
1268 First National Bank, Brunson, S. C
1269 Carlton National Bank, Wauchula, Fla
1270 First National Bank, Rockford, Iowa
1272 First National Bank, Erskine, Minn
_.
1273 National Bank of Larimore, Larimore, N. Dak.
1275 First National Bank, West Alexandria, Ohio
1276 First National Bank, Sandersville, Ga
1277 National Bank of Emmetsburg, Emmetsburg, Iowa
1279 First National Bank, Sanborn, N. Dak
1280 Peoples National Bank, Adena, Ohio
1281 Reed City National Bank, Reed City, Mich
1282 First National Bank, Ruthven, Iowa
1283 First National Bank, Sebring, Fla
1284 First National Bank, Lakeland, Fla
1285 First National Bank, Auburndale, Fla
1287 First National Bank, Shinnston, W. Va
1288 First National Bank, Aneta, N. Dak
1290 First National Bank in Langdon, N. Dak
1291 First National Bank, Mayville, N. Dak
1292 Polk County National Bank in Bartow, Fla
1293 East Alabama National Bank, Eufaula, Ala
1294 National Bank of New-berry, New berry, S. C
1295 South Pasadena National Bank, South Pasadena, Calif.




Charter
No.

Date

2949
6346
10266
9796
4044
7120
10485
3731
4221
5726
10826
10512
10467
10832
10691
3053
11173
6286
11733
7934
13059
8448
6016
12474
5541
12090
9811
12983
9453
11311
13053
3673
13309
3622
1844
12852

May 7,1883
July 2,1902
Aug. 15,1912
May 18,1910
May 4,1889
Jan. 14,1904
Feb. 11,1914
June 14,1887
Jan. 17,1890
Feb. 7,1901
Feb. 10,1916
Apr. 6,1914
Dec. 1,1913
Mar. 7,1916
Jan.
7,1915
July 18,1883
Apr. 22,1918
May 26,1902
May 10,1920
Aug. 15,1905
Apr. 5,1927
Oct. 12,1906
Aug. 8,1901
Dec. 8,1923
July 7,1900
Dec. 27,1921
June 9,1910
Aug. 17,1926
June 14,1909
Feb. 18,1919
Mar. 9,1927
Apr. 4,1887
Apr. 1,1929
Dec. 23,1886
May 6,1871
Nov. 17,1925
Fob.

i. iflOfi

Capital

$50, 000
25, 000
25, 000
40,000
100, 000
100,000
25, 000
60, 000
50, 000
25, 000
25,000
25,0C0
25,000
25, 000
50,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
40,000
42,000
60, 000
25, 000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
45,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
200.000
59, 000
50,000
100,000
25.000

Total dividends paid
during existence as a
national
banking
association
$259,056
31,250
26, 500
64,600
2, 720, 000
71,000
25,484
231,600
146,000
123,000
104, 000
49, 375
22,500
8,083
39,000
172, 500
10,000
48,500
18,000
154,880
65,000
86,687
6,000
62,125
33,500
206,000
3,000
123, 750
228, 000
286, 380
705,500
29.000

Failures

Capital

$100,000
25,000
25,000
40,000
1, 000, 000
100,000
50,000
60,000
50,000
30, 000
100,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
50, 000
50,000
25,000
25,000
40,000
50,000
60,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
90,000
25,000
•50,000
50,000
200,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
25.000

Receiver
appointed

Dec.
Dec.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
"
Feb.'

26,1928
31,1928
10,1929
12,1929
18,1929
19,1929
9,1929

-do..

Feb. 13,1929
Feb. 15,1929
Feb. 18,1929
do
Feb. 20,1929
do
Feb. 21,1929
Feb. 23,1929
Mar. 2,1929
Mar. 5,1929
Mar. 13,1929
Mar, 14,1929
Mar. 15,1929
Apr. 10,1929
Apr. 13,1929
May 2,1929
do.
May 4,1929
May 15,1929
do
May 22,1929
June 3,1929
June 14.1929
June 25,1929
June 28,1929
July 1,1929
do
July 2,1929
Julv 3.1929

Total
Lawful Circulation deposits at
outstandmoney
deposited ing at date date of
of failure
failure

$24,098
24, 550
6,250
39, 350
880,800
100,000
6,250
60, 000
39,448
29,450
16, 250
22,000
6, 050
16,400

$24,098
24, 550
6,250
39, 350
980,800
100,000
6, 250
60,000
39,448
29,450
16,250
22,000
6,050
16,400

12,500
25,000
21, 500

12,500
25,000
21,500

25,000

25,000

25,000
25,000

25,000
25,000

7,000

7,000

44,400

44,400

70, 450
98,600

70, 450
98,600

$437,125
60,490
38, 205
150,689
7, 254,185
1,018,391
51, 273
525,118
558, 579
313,914
345,432
455,591
181,685
81,197
411,262
154,787
135, 516
163,618
359, 956
231,649
691, 652
60, 358
498, 265
212,659
194,631
390,452
1, 907,518
289,053
840,213
185,954
164.094
163,380
1,046,039
414,340
1,108,313
704,440
46. 763

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First National Bank, Be Land, Fla.
9657 Jan. 5,1910
100,000
50,000
85,500
150,000 July 15,1929
First National Bank, Sanford, Fla.
3798 Apr. 19,1887
50, 000
241, 225
130,000
130,000 July 25,1929
First National Bank, St. Augustine, Fla
3462 Feb. 16,1886
50, 000
807, 900
49,000
50,000 July 30,1929
Miners National Bank, Blossburg, Pa
5007 June 6,1895
50, 000
127, 500
23,400
35,000 Aug. 14,1929
First National Bank, Maquon, 111.
8482 Nov. 10,1906
35,000
18,900
16, 850
50,000 Aug. 16,1929
Henry National Bank, Abbeville, Ala
10959 Feb. 21,1917
25,000
19,500
100,000 Aug. 27,1929
First National Bank, Moultrie, Ga.1
7565 Dec. 19,1904
25,000
8,000
Sept. 16,1929
50,000
48, 850
2961 May 21,1883
First National Bank, Montezuma, Iowa.
50,000
191,000
50,000 Sept. 23,1929
49, 050
First National Bank, Eldorado Springs, Mo
10055 June 30,1911
50,000
66, 500
50,000 Sept. 25,1929
49,600
First National Bank, Delta, Colo
5467 May 22,1900
30,000
156,000
60,000 Oct. 14,1929
58, 900
6056 Nov. 9,1901
Farmers National Bank, Red Oak, Iowa
60,000
67,200
• 98,550
3579 Oct. 9,1886
200,000 Oct. 18,1929
First National Bank, Taylorville, 111
75,000
657, 290
23,900
150,000 Oct. 26,1929
First National Bank, New Bern, N. C
13298 Mar. 18, 1929
150,000
18, 550
9,094
100, 000 N o v . 18,1929
9633 Nov. 27,1909
25,000
First National Bank, Clarksville, Ark
_
25,000 Dec. 7,1929
National Bank of Lumpkin, Lumpkin, Ga
12254 Aug. 11,1922
8, 750
25,000
25,000
25, 000 Dec. 10,1929
6557 Dec. 9,1923
First National Bank, Tower City, N. Dak...
86, 500
25,000
50, 000 Dec. 13,1929
30,000
8915 Sept. 2,1907
Griswold National Bank, Griswold, Iowa
71,000
50,000
do . ...
50, 000
50,000
First National Bank, Grundy, Va._
11698 Apr. 19,1920
50, 000
200, 000 Dec. 30,1929
54,000
200,000
Carolina National Bank, Spartanburg, S. C
12146 Jan. 16,1922
25, 000 .. do
7,000
First National Bank, Greeley, Nebr
7622 Feb. 3,1905
83, 250
25,000
50, 000 Jan. 7,1930
First National Bank in Mount Sterling, 111.
13213 May 12,1928
50,000
100,000 Jan. 8,1930
12, 500
25,000
127,000
First National Bank, Samson, Ala
--8028 Dec. 22,1906
25, 000 Jan. 10,1930
8,320
First National Bank, Seward, Pa
11899 Dec. 21,1920
3, 500
25,000
86, 075
100,000 Jan. 13,1930
First National Bank, Florala, Ala
8910 Sept. 4.1907
64, 825
50,000
25, 000 Jan. 16,1930
First National Bank, Hartsville, S. C.1
10137 Nov. 3,1911
22, 250
25,000
44,900
100, 000 Jan. 18,1930
First National Bank, Bishopville, S. C
10263 Aug. 28,1912
34,000
50,000
25, 000 Jan. 22,1930
6,250
First National Bank, Burlington Junction, Mo
6242 Apr. 18,1902
137, 000
25, 000
400,000 Jan. 30,1930
Dothan National Bank, Dotnan, Ala
5909 July 6,1901
798, 683
50,000
do
35,000
9,980
First National Bank, Humphrey, Nebr
5337 Apr. 16,1900
67, 270
25, 000
484.940
500,000 Feb. 4,1930
Texas National Bank, Fort Worth, Tex__
..
12371 May 3,1923
237, 369
300,000
24,460
50, 000 Feb. 5,1930
First National Bank, Northwood, N. Dak
5980 Aug. 28,1901
90, 750
25, 000
12, 500
50, 000 Feb. 11,1930
First National Bank of Royse, Royse City, Tex...
G551 Nov. 17,1902
151, 500
30,000
do
100,000
100,000
First National Bank, Ennis, Tex.._
12110 Jan. 16,1922
20,000
200,000
25, 000
do
First National Bank, Roy, Mont__
10991 Apr. 11.1917
14, 590
25,000
50,000 Feb. 17,1930
6,000
First National Bank, Brantley, Ala
7991 Nov. 6,1905
61,000
25,000
150,000
do
37, 497
First National Bank, Gaffney, S. C
5064 Mar. 11,1897
380,000
50,000
25, 000 Feb. 20,1930
First National Bank, Ambrose, N. Dak
9386 Nov. 6.1908
51,750
25,000
50,000 - do
Colton National Bank, Colton, Calif.1
_.
8608 Mar. 6,1907
73, 250
25,000
25,000 Feb. 25, 1930
25, 000
American National Bank, Kewanna, Ind
10616 Apr. 21, 1914
8, 500
25,000
50, 000 Feb. 27,1930
50, 000
First National Bank, Tranquillity, Calif
11433 July 15,1919
9,000
50, 000
50, 000 M a r . 4,1930
45, 980
First National Bank, Milford, 111
5149 Oct. 8,1898
219,075
50,000
25, 000 M a r . 6,1930
24, 400
First National Bank, Tallassee, Ala
10760 July 14,1915
23, 250
25,000
25, 000 M a r . 8,1930
6, 070
First National Bank, Edmore, N. Dak
6601 Jan. 15, 1903
101,750
25,000
do
40,000
39, 280
Commercial National Bank, Chatsworth, 111
5519 July 14, 1900
100,100
25,000
25,000 M a r . 10,1930
28.1918
Citizens National Bank, Streeter, N. Dak
11166 Mar.
8,750
25,000
25, 000 M a r . 12,1930
23,860
First National Bank, Rising Star, Tex
7906 Aug. 24.1905
52, 750
25,000
25,000 M a r . 13,1930
First National Bank, Coffee Springs, Ala
11259 Oct. 28,1918
17,000
25,000
100,000
Commercial National Bank, Independence, Ivans..
250, 000 M a r . 14,1930
4499 Jan. 1,1891
659, 750
100,000
48, 920
50,000 M a r . 17,1930
Security National Bank, Cherokee, Iowa
10711 Feb. 10,1915
27,000
50,000
First National Bank, Hazard, KyA 1
100,000 M a r . 18,1930
8258 May 28.1906
25,000
M a r . 19,1930
First National Bank, McKinney, Tex.
100,000
45, 320
2729 May 8,1882
50,000
451,500
i Receiver appointed to levy and collect stock assessment covering deficiency in value of assets sold, or to complete unfinished liquidation.

1297
1298
1300
1302
1304
1305
1306
1307
1308
1309
1310
1312
1313
1314
1316
1317
1318
1319
1320
1321
1322
1323
1324
1325
1326
1327
1328
1329
1330
1331
1332
1333
1334
1335
1337
1338
1339
1340
1342
1343
1344
1345
1346
1347
1348
1349
1350
1351
1352
1353
1354




100,000
130,000
49,000
23, 400
16, 850
48, 850
49, 050
49, 600
58,900
98, 550
23,900
25,000
25,000
30,000
50,000
7,000
12,500
8,320
86,075
44,900
6, 250
9, 980
484,940
24, 460
12, 500
100,000
12,780
37, 497
6,500
25, 000
50,000
45, 980
24,400
0, 070
39, 280
23,860
100,000
48, 920
45,320

1, 255, 287
1, 713, 486
1,649,312
1,167,522
127,145
196, 597
496, 376
315, 831
457, 455
401, 608
1, 023, 437
1, 472, 945
353, 179
70,170
60,923
343, 374
159,202
927, 503
251,187
487, 751
84, 378
157, 319
311,827
455, 914
284, 431
970, 705
264, 580
6, 362, 097
247, 828
153, 397
504, 083
57, 625
131, 706
1,261,844
81, 303
208, 091
310 857
346, 986
323, 409
119, 090
319, 205
166, 496
167, 692
27,152
5,046, 248
145, 924

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capital at date of organization and at date 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 failure—Continued
Organization
Name and location of bank

1357
1358
1359
1300
1361
1362
1363
1364
1365
1366
1367
1369
1370
1371
1372
1373
1374
1375
1376
1379
1380
1381
1382
1383
1384
1385
1386
1387
1388
1389
1390
1391
1392
1393

Peoples-First National Bank, White Hall, 111_ _
First National Bank, Wanette, Okla
Central National Bank, Bartlesville, Okla
First National Bank, Norris City, 111
Pana National Bank, Pana, 111.
Farmers National Bank, Oskaloosa, Iowa*
National Bank of Tifton, Tifton, Ga
State National Bank, Idabel, Okla
Saunders Co. National Bank, Wahoo, Nebr
First National Bank, Pineville, W. Va
Hope National Bank, Hope, N. Dak.1
First National Bank, Jasper, Fla
National Loan & Exchange Bank, Greenwood, S. C
City National Bank, Shawneetown, 111.1
First National Bank, St. Petersburg, Fla
First National Bank, BowTerston, Ohio1
Farmers National Bank, Strawn, 111
First National Bank, Cheboygan, Mich
First National Bank in Poultney, Vt
New-First National Bank in Farmland, Ind
First National Bank, Iaeger, W. Va
First National Bank, Litchville, N. Dak
First National Bank, Williams, Iowa
Union National Bank, Connellsville, Pa_
First National Bank in Fresno, Calif.
First National Bank, Grass Range, Mont__
National Bank of Arkansas at Pinebluff, Ark
Citizens National Bank, Connellsville, Pa
First National Bank, Fountain, Colo
First National Bank, Vanderbilt, Pa
Citizens National Bank, Gallon, Ohio
First National Bank, McLeansboro, 111 1
First National Bank, Farmersville, Tex.
Port Newark National Bank, Newark, N. J
First National Bank, Ayrshire, Iowa
First National Bank, Argyle, N. Y
-EMi-of Matinnoi "Rank. Lometa. Tex




Charter
No.
7121
(Kill
11837
7971
G734
8076
8350
12106
3118
7672
8395
7757
7027
9435
7730
7486
7151
3235
13261
12866
11268
8298
5585
6408
11473
10939
10768
6452
6772
8190
1984
6649
3624
12946
5479
8343
10323

Date

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

4,1904
6,1903
2,1920
18,1905
14,1903
24,1906
10,1906
17,1922
3,1884
6,1905
31,1906
17,1905
16,1903
24,1909
20,1905
15,1904
12,1904
19,1884
12,1928
25,1925
15,1918
9,1906
13,1900
9,1902
29,1919
18,1916
12,1915
12,1902
20,1903
21,1906
20.1872
4,1902
18,1887
5,1926
11,1900
12,1906
11,1913

Capital

$50.000
25; 000
100,000
25,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
55, 000
25, 000
50,000
30,000
50, 000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50, 000
100,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25, 000
50,000
200,000
30,000
100,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
60,000
25,000
50,000
200,000
25,000
30,000
25,000

Total dividends paid
during existence as a
national
banking
association
$85, 000
75, 250
58,000
34, 225
133, 500
114,000
88, 500
2,500
181, 950
25, 500
62,500
49, 085
152, 000
28, 250
927, 750
29, 000
47, 500
235, 750
8,000
6,000
36, 250
6<% 500
59,000
20,500
18,000
6,000
185,000
170, 000
34,875
27,000
383, 400
113,000
356, 464

70,750
75, 300
24,500

Failures

Capital

$100,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
30,000
100,000
25,000
600,000
25,000
25, 000
50,000
100,000
25,000
25, 000
25, 000
25,000
50,000
400,000
30,000
100,000
100,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
200,000
25,000
30,000
25,000

Receiver
appointed
Mar. 20,1930
Mar. 24,1930
Mar. 29,1930
Mar. 31,1930
Apr. 1,1930
Apr. 9,1930
Apr. 12,1930
Apr. 19,1930
Apr. 22,1930
May 1,1930
May 12,1930
May 13,1930
May 16,1930
May 26,1930
June 9,1930
June 11,1930
do
June 12,1930
June 20,1930
June 25,1930
do
June 30,1930
July 1,1930
July 3,1930
July 7,1930
July 9,1930
July 21,1930
July 31,1930
Aug. 1,1930
Aug. 4,1930
do.
do
Aug. 6,1930
Aug. 8,1930
Aug. 12,1930
Aug. 15,1930
Aug. 18,1930

Total
Lawful Circulation deposits at
outstandmoney
at date date of
deposited ing failure
of
failure

$47,840
6,300

$47,840
0,300

25, 000
100,000

25, 000
100,000

49,160

49,160

24,460
25, 000

24,460
25,000

29,040
100, 000
22,120

29,040
100,000
22,120

19,480
25,000
50, 000
48,438

19,480
25,000
50,000
48,437

25, 000
4,000
24,580
50,000
200,000
10,000
98, 920
100,000
25,000
25,000
58, 740
25,000

25,000
25,000
24, 580
50,000
200,000
10,000
98,920
100,000
25,000
25,000
58,740
25,000

112,492
1,381,383
764,122
120,624
262, 726
152,358
173,782
747,648
3,348, 725
98,545
1,599, 482
2, 582,278
83, 710
140,908
906,948
480,324

8,000
7,500
24,100

8,000
7,500
24,100

586, 763
131,813
426,979
95,361

$400,926
272,906
666,690
158,155
673,170
458,910
259,857
469,076
256,931
161,344
988,473
4,336,700

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1396
1397
1399
1401
1402
1403
1404
1405
1406
1407
1409
1410
1411
1413
1414
1415
1416
1417
1418
1419
1420
1421
1422
1423
1424
1425
1426
1427
1428
1429
1430
1431
1432
1433
1434
1435
1436
1437
1438
1439
1440
1441
1442
1443
1444
1445
1446
1447
1448
1449

Farmers National Bank, Glenwood City, Wis
Clymer National Bank, Clymer, Pa
First National Bank, Burt, Iowa
Fourth National Bank, Montgomery, Ala.1
First National Bank, Fairview, Mo
_
Farmers National Bank, Wilkinson, Ind
First National Bank, Altus, Okla-First National Bank, Washburn, N. Dak_._
City National Bank, Spur, Tex.__
Farmers National Bank, Howe, Tex.
First National Bank, MartinsviUe, 111
Billings National Bank, Billings, Okla
First National Bank, Villisca, Iowa
First National Bank, Perry, Fla
Old First National Bank, Farmer City, 111.1
First National Bank, Auburn, Wash
First National Bank, Lindsborg, Kans._
_
Peoples National Bank, Brookneal, Va
Tug River National Bank, Iaeger, W. Va.1
First National Bank, Elgin, Nebr_
First National Bank, Berwyn, Okla
Quincy-Ricker National Bank & Trust Co., Quincy, 111..
Planters National Bank, Walnut Ridge, Ark
Holston-Union National Bank, Knoxville, Tenn
First National Bank, Charleston, 111.1
National Bank of Kentucky, Louisville, Ky
First National Bank, West Salem, 111
First National Bank, Siloam Springs,1Ark.i
City National Bank, Spokane, Wash.
American National Bank, Asheville, N. C
First National Bank, Plymouth, 1 1
1
First National Bank, Forman, N. Dak
First National Bank- Campbell, Mo
First National Bank, Westfield, 111
Citizens National Bank, Hendersonville, N. C..1
First National Bank, Mendon, Ohio...
_
First National Bank, Roland, Iowa
Merchants National Bank, Burlington, Iowa l
First National Bank, Benton, 1 1
1
First National Bank, Deer Creek, Minn.1
First National Bank, Rector, Ark.
First National Bank, Junction City, Ark
First National Bank, Newport, Tenn _ _
First National Bank, Walhalla, N. Dak
First National Bank, Goreville, 111
First National Bank, Marion, 111
Sioux National Bank in Sioux City, Iowa
First National Bank, Sioux City, Iowa
First National Bank, Fulton, Ky
First National Bank, Charlotte, N. C.
_.
First National Bank, Horse Cave, Ky

11083
9898
5685
5877
8916
9279
7159
6327
10703
5670
6721
12045
2766
7865
4958
10585
3589
11960
12372
5440
7209
3752
12083
4648
763
5312
9338
9871
12418
8772
12658
6474
6885
8216
10734
9274
11249
1744
6136
7268
10853
11046
9632
9133
7C06
4502
4510
1757
4563
1547
7602

Sept. 1,1917
Oct. 10,1910
Jan. fi, 1901
M a y 24,1901
Oct. 1,1907
Nov. 2,1908
Feb. 15,1904
June 19,1902
Feb. 4,1915
Dec. 4,1900
Mar. 17,1903
Nov. 12,1921
M a y 29,1882
July 11,1905
M a y 14,1894
July 10,1914
Nov. 5,1886
Aug. 7,1920
M a y 5,1923
Apr. 19,1900
Mar. 28,1904
June 7,1887
Aug. 24,1921
Oct. 13,1891
Jan. 10,1865
Apr. 23,1900
Dec. 12,1908
Sept. 26,1910
July 3,1923
M a y 15,1907
Mar. 7,1925
Oct. 24,1902
Apr. 4,1903
Apr. 10,1906
Apr. 21,1915
Oct. 28,1908
Aug. 17,1918
Nov. 7,1870
Jan. 11,1902
M a y 6,1904
Apr. 17,1916
July 6,1917
Dec. 20,1909
Mar. 14,1908
Jan. 31,1905
Dec. 27,1890
Aug. 19,1890
Aug. 30,1870
Apr. 24,1891
Aug. 26,1865
Feb. 4,1905

25,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
25,000
30,000
25,000
40,000
30,000
25,000
30,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
100,000
60,000
1,645,000
25,000
50,000
200,000
300,000
25,000
25,000
30,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
30,000
100,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50, 000
100,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
25,000

5,000 I
41 ooo
51, 750
877,000
24,500
32,500
214,800
96,250
44,200
61,500
54,125
5,000
400,500
125,500
194,500
155,000
168,000
1,500
113,750
39, 500
450,890
7,500
1,607, 303
853, 500
9,885, 550
22, 750
100,000
50,000
154, 500
3,750
41,000
54,400
93,750
71,000
31,250
9,600
525,000
210,250
38,000
24,750
25,000
45,000
40,085
378,000
63L, 500
1,236,656
203, 500
2,090,000
55,500

25,000
75 noo
40,000
500,000
25,000
25,000
60,000
25,000
40,000
30,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
65,000
75,000
50,000
50,000
50 000
50,000
25,000
500,000
25,000
750,000
100,000
4,000,000
25,000
50,000
200,000
200,000
25,000
25,000
40,000
50,000
100,000
25,000
40,000
100,000
100,000
25, 000
25,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
400,000
3,000,000
50, 000
300,000
25,000

Aug. 22,1930
24,700
75,000
. do..
25,000
Sept. 5,1930
Sept. 6,1930
Sept. 17,1930
25,000
Sept. 19,1930
25,000
Sept. 26,1930
25,000
Sept. 29,1930
25,000
Oct. 7,1930
9,040
Oct. 8,1930
24,995
Oct. 11,1930
25,000
Oct. 17,1930
Oct. 18,1930
50,000
Oct. 25,1930
50,000
... do
Oct. 28,1930
Oct. 31,1930
38, 540
.... do
do
Nov. 3,1930
50,000
Nov. 6,1930
6,250
Nov. 10,1930
500,000
Nov. 11,1930
25,000
Nov. 12,1930
742,198
do
Nov. 17,1930 2,500,000
Nov. 18,1930
24,815
Nov. 19,1930
Nov. 20,1930
Nov. 21,1930
150,000
Nov. 21,1930
23,980
Nov. 24,1930
. do ....
7,200
Nov. 28,1930
50, 000
do
49, 580
Nov. 29,1930
60
do
„30,000
Dec. 2,1930
do
97, 720
do
Dec. 3,1930
24, 520
do
Dec. 4,1930
48,"380"
Dec. 5,1930
24,400
do.
7,820
. ..do ..-.
93,995
Dec. 8,1930
100,000
do
320,020
do
48, 380
.. .do
299,980
Dec, 9,1930
24,400

i Receiver appointed to levy and collect stock assessment covering deficiency in value of assets sold, or to complete unfinished liquidation.




24,700
75,000
25,000

159,497
676, 769
314,987

25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
10,000
30,000
25,000

49, 235
141,893
100,468
15,095
184, 464
69,222
298, 702
161, 423
495, 272
392, 610

50,000
50,000
38,540

745,494
196,107
342,198

50,000
6,250
500,000
25,000
742,198

105,407
42,295
3,564, 347
87, 593
11,162,384

2,500,000
24,815

26,966,990
223,941

150,000
23,980
7,000
7,200
50,000
49, 580
24,400
30,000

50,536
1,949,431
98, 590
152,037
109,663
246,458
1,075,536
237, 560
260,008

97, 720

1,119,568

24, 520

193,204
296,096
428,125
80,142
78,154
1,567,657
3,438,611
7,138,832
140, 347
1,671,709
390,078

3

48,"380"
24,400
7,820
96,995
100,000
320,020
48, 380
299,980
24,400

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capital at date of organization and at date of failure, dividends paid while solvent, circulation outstanding at date of failure, lawful money
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deposited with Treasurer of the United States to redeem circulation, and total deposits at date of failure—Continued
Organization

Name and location of bank

1450
1451
1452
1453
1454
1455
1456
1457
1458
1459
1460
1461
1462
1463
1465
1466
1467
1468
1469
1470
1471
1472
1473
1474
1475
1476
1477
1478
1479
14S0
1481
1484
1486
1487
1488
1489

Fanners & Merchants National Bank, Tyrone, Pa
First National Bank, Naper, Nebr.
American National Bank, Red field, S. Dak
First National Bank, Ullin, III
First National Bank, Elk Point, S. Dak
Farmers National Bank, Laurens, S. C
Benton County National Bank, Bentonville, Ark
Union National Bank, Fairmont, W. Va
First National Bank, Goodwin, S. Dak
Kansas National Bank, Kansas, 111
First National Bank, Mount Sterling, 111.1
First National Bank, Sweetwater, Tenn.. _ _
First National Bank, Caruthersville, Mo
First National Bank, Capac, Mich
First National Bank, Rock Rapids, Iowa_,
Farmers National Bank, Inwood, Iowa
First National Bank, Laurinburg, N. C
First National Bank, Ridgeway, Mo
First National Bank, Tyler, Minn
City National Bank in Miami, Fla
First National Bank, Augusta, 111
Pecan Gap National Bank, Pecan Gap, Tex
First National Bank, Hobson, Mont.1
National Bank of Greenville, Greenville, N. C
First National Bank, Ladonia, Tex
First National Bank, Sesser, 111
First National Bank, Greenwood, Miss
First National Bank, Plain view, Tex .*
First National Bank, Connersville, Ind
First National Bank, Titonka, Iowa
.National Bank of Goidsboro, Goldsboro, N. C
Interstate National Bank, Helena, Ark
First National Bank, Rails, Tex.
First National Bank, Kerkhoven, Minn
Merchants & Planters National Bank, Dillwyn, Va
First National Bank, Ludlow, Mo
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Charter
No.

Date

6499 Nov.
9665 Dec.
8125 Feb.
8180 A pr.
5901 June
10859 M a y
8135 Feb.
9645 Jan.
10797 Oct.
9293 Oct.
2402 Oct.
11202 Jan.
10784 Sept.
10631 Sept.
3153 M a r .
8257 Mar.
5651 Nov.
6549 Dec.
6203 J a n .
13159 Dec.
6751 Apr.
13266 Dec.
10715 Jan.
8160 Feb.
4311 Apr.
8758 Apr.
7216 Apr.
5475 June
1034 Feb.
5597 Aug.
5048 Apr.
11234 July
12927 Mar.
11365 M a y
11501 Oct.
7900 Aug.
12873 J a n .

19,1902
15.1909
16,1906
3,1906
22,1901
16, WW
28,1906
10.1910
28,1915
10,1908
28,1878
21,1918
17,1915
17,1914
17,1884
19,1906
26,1900
12,1902
24,1902
23,1927
13, 1903
10, 1928
4,1915
16,1906
26,1890
25,1907
2,1904
16,1900
13,1865
20,1900
28,1896
23.1918
24,1926
24.1919
27,1919
7,1905
11.1926

Capital

$60,000
25,000
30,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
60,000
150,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
60,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
40,000
25,000
30,000
25,000
500,000
60,000
25,000
30,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
250,000
50,000
100,000
25,000
50,000
200,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
200,000

Total dividends paid
during existence as a
national
banking
association
$162, 400
37, 250
85,200
28,000
59,250
35,000
179,400
242,429
32,000
45,500
364,250
10,200
68, 250
51,750
408, 500
99,600
100,000
139, 800
80,000
99,000
1,500
28,500
158, 750
315, 216
47,250
862, 500
481,000
727, 250
50,250
234,000
285,000
6,250
2, 500
13,500
13,000

Failures

Capital

$150,000
25,000
40,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
60,000
420,000
25,000
50,000
100,000
60,000
50,000
25,000
100,000
40,000
25,000
60,000
25,000
500,000
60,000
25,000
30,000
100,000
100,000
25,000
250,000
100,000
200,000
25,000
100.000

250,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
200.000

Receiver
appointed

Dec. 12,1930
do
....do
.do
Dec. 16,1930
....do
....do
Dec. 17,1930
.--.do
do
do
Dec. 18,1930
Dec. 19,1930
Dec. 20,1930
do.
Dec. 23,1930
do
_..
do.
do
Dec. 26,1930
do
-do..
-do..
.doDec. 27,1930
Dec. 29,1930
Dec. 30,1930
d
do
Jan. 3, 1931
Jan. 6,1931
.....do
Jan. 9,1931

do
do

Lawful
money
deposited

Circulation
Total
outstand- deposits at
ing at date date of
of failure
failure

24,400

$100,000
10,000
40,000
6,200
24,400

58, 500
194,960

58,500
194,960

50,000

50,000

38,020
46,580
9,280
94,100
40,000
24,580

38,020
46,580
9,280
94,100
40,000
24,580

$100,000
10,000
40,000

25,000

25,000

"35,"666

$362,750
45,676
533,474
130,169
168,865
86, 645
791, 374
2, 474,918
238,137
216, 325
141, 914
449, 850
421, 434
257,123
177,727
108,656
87,181
505,190
5,996, 970

~35,666'
113, 720

24,400

24,400

236,380

6,260
236, 380

197,000
25,000

197,000
25,000

25,000

25,000

24, 400
191,300

24,400
191, 300

735, 904
256, 384
231,184
1,454,676
1,117, 419
209,247
329, 045
1, 636, 678
56, 590
79, 282
151,325
78,187
633,079

25,000
First National Bank, Floyd, Iowa 1
9821 J u n e 10,1910
21, 500
25,000
do—
25,000
7311 J u n e 7,1904
122, 700
First National Bank, Corning, Ark.
50, 000 Jan. 12,1931
50,000
do
131, 205
National Bank of Wilkes at Washington, Oa
_._
50,000
8848 J u l y 25,1907
100,000
City National Bank, Bessemer, Ala
_. 11905 Dec. 6, 1920
100,000
do
61,476
25,000
First National Bank, Rogers, Ark...
130, 500
50,000 Jan. 13,1931
7789 M a y 19,1905
100,000
131,000
100,000
First National Bank, Brookhaven, Miss.
10494 F e b . 17,1914
-do — 1
50,000
7,500
75,000 Jan. 14,1931
First National Bank, Litchfield, Minn.
_. 6118 J a n . 7,1902
100,000
100,000 Jan. 22,1931
First National Bank, Brookfield, Mo
12820 Sept. 5,1925
100, 000
Howard National Bank, Kokomo, Ind.1
200,000
2375 N o v . 28,1877
827, 000
do
500, 000
Planters National Bank, Clarksdale, Miss__
500,000 Jan. 26,1931
140, 000
12222 J u n e 10,1922
50,000
First National Bank, Meridian, Miss
260, 000
do
2957 M a y 3,1883
1,553,525
100,000
Anoka National Bank, Anoka, Minn
3000 M a y 26, 1883
146, 500
50,000 Jan. 27,1931
50, 000
First National Bank, Clinton, S. C
8041 J a n . 8,1906
112,085
100,000
do . - , 25,000
First National Bank, Addison, Pa.1 1
_. 6709 M a r . 13.1903
11,500
25,000 Jan. 28,1931
50,000
First National Bank, Crestline, Ohio
5099 Nov. 30,1897
75,000 Jan. 28,1931
147,000
50,000
First National Bank, Cherokee, Iowa...
100,000 Jan. 31,1931
3049 Aug. 11,1883
276, 667
25,000
100,000 Fob. 7,1931
132, 000
First National Bank, Waverly, 111
6116 Jan. 7,1902
40,000
50,000 Feb. 9,1931
Farmers & Merchants National Bank, Sheridan, Ind
13050 Mar. 9,1927
50, 0(00
Peoples National Bank, Osceola Mills, Pa
14, 500
100,000 Fob. 10,1931
11966 Mar. 23,1921
50,000
do
Clinton National Bank, Clinton, Mo 1
7806 Apr. 29.1905
130,500
50, 000
50,000
First National Bank, Connellsville, Pa.
2329 Mar. 25,1876
200,000 Fob. 12,1931
400,000
25,000
do
First National Bank, Redmond, Greg
3, 750
25,000
11294 Doc. 24.1918
30, 000
First National Bank, Panama City, Fla
10346 Feb. 26,1913
313,950
250, 000
do
40,000
Farmers & Merchants National Bank, Rockmart, Ga
40,000 Feb. 13,1931
10900 Aug. 17,1916
20,800
25, 000
do
First National Bank, Republic, Pa
10466 Nov. 7,1913
32,500
50,000
25,000
First National Bank, Hartselle, Ala
100,000 Feb. 16,1931
8067 Jan. 15.1906
190, 333
50,000
do
First National Bank, Jackson, Miss
200.000
3332 Mar. 14,1885
724,500
50,000
National Bank of Thurmond, Thurmond, W. Va
8998 Dec. 30.1907
50,000 Feb. 18,1931
99,000
25, 000
First National Bank, Fairchance, Pa
22, 750
25,000 Feb. 26,1931
8245 Apr. 21,1906
50,000
do
National Bank of Toronto, Toronto, Ohio..
100,000
8826 July 30,1907
102,000
25,000
First National Bank, La Pine, Ala
25,000 Mar. 3,1931
10799 Aug. 3,1915
22,000
25, 000
Lincoln National Bank, Avella, Pa
_
100,000 Mar. 7,1931
7854 M a y 19,1905
54, 750
150,000
American National Bank, Paris, Tex
150,000 Mar. 9,1931
8542 Jan. 23,1907
328,500
60,000
do
Citizens National Bank, Wilmington, Ohio
100,000
8251 M a y 2,1906
171,500
25, 000
25,000 Mar. 13,1931
Security National Bank, Hope, N. Dak
13041 Fob. 8,1927
50,000
First National Bank, Stone, Ky_
11890 Dec. 3,1920
50,000 Mar. 17,1931
28,500
30,000
Blossom National Bank, Blossom, Tex
13052 Mar. 21,1927
30,000
2,400
do
25, 000
Coolville National Bank, Coolville, Ohio.
8175 Mar. 8,1906
25, 000 Mar. 18,1931
41, 250
35, 000
First National Bank, Veedersburg, Ind
11044 July 3,1917
23, 450
35, 000 Mar. 19,1931
65,000
First National Bank, Champlain, N. Y
do
.
100,000
316 Feb. 20,1864
861, 750
50, 000
do .
First National Bank, Rouses Point, N. Y
50,000
11969 Apr. 14,1921
52, 000
50,000
Front Royal National Bank, Front Royal, Va.1
50, 000
2967 Apr. 10,1883
137, 250
do
First & Farmers National Bank in Luverne, Minn100,000
100,000 Mar. 23,1931
12634 Jan. 27.1925
5, 000
American National Bank, Honey Grove, Tex.1
100,000
100,000 Mar. 25,1931
13019 Dec. 20.1926
25, 000
do
First National Bank, Portage, Pa
7367 July 18.1904
60,000
100, 475
1
25,000
First National Bank, Springfield, Minn.
8269 Apr. 21,1906
28, 250
40,000 Mar. 26,1931
50, 000
Central National Bank, .Ellsworth, Kans
3447 Jan. 13, 1886
349, 250
100,000 Mar. 30,1931
25, 000
do
23, 250
25, 000
First National Bank, Rockwell, Iowa
10217 June 11,1912
30, 000
30, 900
First National Bank, Worthington, W. Va
30, 000 Mar. 31,1931
10450 Apr. 14,1913
25,000
53, 250
National Bank of Norton, Norton, Va
9746 Apr. 25,1910
50, 000
do
1,000
First National Bank, Oak Park, 111
11507 Oct. 31.1919
100,000
100, 000 Apr. 1,1931
1
Receiver appointed to levy and collect stock assessment covering deficiency in value of assets sold, or to complete unfinished liquidation.

1491
1492
1493
1494
1495
1496
1497
1500
1501
1502
1503
1505
1506
1507
1503
1509
1512
1513
1514
1515
1516
1517
1518
1519
1520
3521
1522
1523
1524
]525
1526
1527
1528
1529
1530
1531
1532
1533
1534
1535
1536
1537
1538
3539
1540
3541
1542
1543
1544
1545
1546




24,700

24, 700

170, 653

48, 915
93,700
48, 320

48, 915
93,700
48, 320
75,000

322, 962
605, 272
561, 673
912, 732

19, 460

19, 460

121,516

94, 660

95, 500
95. 200
12, 500
94, 660

1,048, 155
3, 965, 723
615,068
269, 679

46,280
98, 800
29, 340
48, 380

46, 280
98, 800
29,340
48,380

741,247
263,057
348,777
348,047
421,017

95, 500
95, 200

25,000
90, 220

25," 000"
100,000

48, 500
24, 700
100,000

48, 500
24, 700
100,000

24, 700
94, 960
97,420

24, 700
94,960
97,420

9,040

9, 040

34, 280
37, 200
12,320

19,000
34, 280
37,200
12,320

247,682
672 679
199,079
151,829
477,841
1,957,808
242, 459
344,486
752,806
50, 808
K49,299
960,388
566,471
116, 565
378, 320
55,161
298,788
156,056
1,252,541
730, 005

55, 000

55, 000

708, 566

25, 000

25, 000

749,845

25, 000
18,270
29, 220
50, 000

25, 000
18, 270
29, 220
50,000

958, 087
177,137
163, 448
203, 502
395, 788

TABLE N O . 42.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 81, 1932, dates of organization and appointment of receivers,
capital at date of organization and at date 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 failure—Continued
Organization
Name and location of bank

1547
1548
1549
1550
1551
1552
1553
1554
1555
1556
1557
1558
1559
1560
1561
1562
1563
1564
1565
1566
1567
1568
1569
1570
1571
1572
1573
1574
1575
1576
1577
1578
1579
1580
1581
1582
1583

Austin National Bank, Chicago, 111
First National Bank, Ivanhoe, Minn
Orangeburg National Bank, Orangeburg, S. C.1
First National Bank, Macedon, N. Y
"VVoodlynn National Bank, Woodlynn, N. J
First-Rempel National Bank, Logan, Ohio
Second National Bank, Altoona, Pa
Monongahela National Bank, Brownsville, Pa
First National Bank, Rich wood, Ohio 1
Citizens National Bank, Monessen, Pa.
Noble County National Bank, Caldwell, Ohio l
First National Bank, Masontown, Pa
Central National Bank & Trust Co., St. Petersburg, Fla
Merchants National Bank, Point Pleasant, W. Va.1
First National Bank, Waldron, Ark
First National Bank, Langdon, N. Dak.1
First National Bank, Brandt, S. Dak
First National Bank, Millsboro, Pa_.
First National Bank, Tracy, Minn.
Old National City Bank, Lima, Ohio
First National Bank, Winnfield, La.*
National Bank of Kinston, Kinston, N. C
First National Bank, Kinston, N. C
First National Bank & Trust Co., Paris, IH.i
First National Bank, Pomeroy, Iowa
First National Bank, Terra Bella, Calif
Commercial National Bank, Essex, Iowa
Farmers National Bank, Hickory, Pa
Savona National Bank, Savona, N. Y
Montgomery County National Bank, Cherryvale, Kans__
Security National Bank, Milford, Iowa
Peoples National Bank, Shakopee, Minn
First National Bank, Dawson, Minn
Overbrook National Bank, Philadelphia, Pa
First National Bank, Crary, N. Dak
Albany Park National Bank & Trust Co., Chicago, 111...
Farmers National Bank, Pomeroy, Wash




Charter
No.
10337
0467
10674
12494
12894
7649
2781
648
9199
11487
2102
5441
7796
1504
5849
4802
10893
7310
4992
8701
10761
9044
9085
3376
6063
9889
5803
7405
11349
4749
9298
lioSo
6321
12573
6407
11737
11416

Date

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

7,1913
25,1902

24.1914
10,1923
15,1920
24,1905
19,1882
10.1864
24,1908
18,1919
18,1873
10.1900
18,1905
18.1865
17.1901
28,1892
24,1916
11,1904
21,1895
29, 1907
21.1915
14,1908
25,1908
16,1885
10,1901
28,1910
22.1901
17,1904
23.1919
21,1892
27,1908
12.1920
6,1902
1,1924
20.1902
13,1920
19,1919

Capital

$100, 000
25,000
100, 000
25,000
25,000
50, 000
100,000
200,000
25, 000
100,000
60, 000
25,000
25, 000
180, 000
25, 000
50, 000
25,000
25,000
50, 000
125, 000
25,000
100, 000
100,000
108,000
40,000
25,000
50, 000
25,000
25,000
50,000
25, 000
25, 000
30,000
300,000
25,000
200,000
50,000

Total dividends paid
during existence as a
national
banking
association
$166, 500
47,500
155,000
250
133, 500
435, 000
904, 500
58, 250
39, 000
124,500
361, 000
737, 011
48,500
5,750
3,000
156,500
370, 667
44, 500
281, 600
340,500
634, 560
100, 700
27,000
147,000
61, 450
9,000
72, 500
25, 069
1, 500
51,900
118, 500
52, 500
105,000

5,000

to

Failures

Capital

$250,000
25,000
200, 000
25,000
50, 000
100,000
125, 000
100,000
40, 000
100,000
60,000
100,000
300,000
100, (MX)
25, 000
50,000
25, 000
25, 000
50,000
300, 000
25,000
120, 000
125,000
150,000
40,000
25,000
50,000
90,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
30,000
500,000
25,000
300,000
50,000

Receiver
appointed

Apr. 6,1931
Apr. 9,1931
do.
Apr. 10,1931
Apr. 11,1931
Apr. 16,1931
do
_
doApr. 17,1931
do
Apr. 18,1931
do.
Apr. 21,1931
Apr. 22,1931
.do.
Apr. 23,1931
Apr. 27,1931
Apr. 28,1931
Apr. 29,1931
do.
Apr. 30,1931
May 1,1931
do.
May 4,1931
May 5,1931
do
. — .do
May 6,1931
do.
May 7,1931
May 11,1931
May 13,1931
May 14,1931
May 15,1931
May 18,1931
May 19,1931
do

Lawful
money
deposited

Circulation
Total
outstand- deposits at
ing at date
date of
of failure
failure

$24, 700
25, 000

$24, 700

25, 000

25, 000

47, 780
48, 140
98,140
38,500

47, 780
48, 140
98,140
38,500

98, 800

98, 800

1,631,948
2, 602, 558

18, 750

18, 750

187,347

25,000

25,000

~ 150," 666"

" 150," 656"

24, 340
24,400

24, 340
24,400

707,369
623,322

40,000
24, 580
50,000
24, 635
10,000
50,000
25,000

40,000
24, 580
50,000
24, 635
10,000
50,000
25,000

30,000
150,000
25,000
200,000
19,460

30,000
150, 000
25,000
200,000
19,460

146,212
115, 828
167, 634
537.618
185,124
159, 623
176, 814
156. 926
212,096
2, 528, 547
66,109
1, 700,609
132, 744

25,000

$2,116,813
179,615
263, 330
245, 354
769,937
2, 158, 821
4, 454,324
357, 035

W

s

i

o

80. 421
88, 582
572, 641
2,149,630

o

cj

3

1584
1585
1587
1588
1589
1590
1591
1592
1593
1594
1595
1596
1597
1598
1599
1600
1601
3602
1603
1604
1605
1606
1607
1608
1609
1610
1611
1612
1613
3614
1615
1616
1617
1618
1619
1620
1621
1622
1623
1624
1625
1626
1627
1628
1629
1630
1631
1632
1633
3634
1635

Citizens National Bank, Odessa, Tex
First National Bank, Holton, Kans
_.
Iron National Bank, Ironwood, Mich
.
First National Bank, Smithfield, Pa
McCartney National Bank, Green Bay, Wis
_.
National Bank of Lynwood, Lynwood, Calif
First National Bank, Prattville, Ala
First National Bank, Fowler, Ind
First National Bank, Irvona, Pa
Citizens National Bank, Warren, Pa
First National Bank, Smithfield, Ohio i
Washington Park National Bank, Chicago, 111
Inland-Irving National Bank, Chicago, 111
_.
First National Bank, Mountain Lake, Minn
Commercial National Bank, Hattiesburg, Miss
Farmers National Bank, Cross Plains, Tex
Manufacturers National Bank & Trust Co., Rockford, 111.
Mahaffey National Bank, Mahaffey, Pa
First National Bank, St. Clair Shores, Mich
Security National Bank, Rockford, 111
Peoples National Bank, Delmont, Pa._First National Bank, Downers Grove, 111
First National Bank, Chillicothe, Mo.
Planters National Bank, Saluda, S. C...
Waukegan National Bank, Waukegan, 111
Bottineau National Bank, Bottineau, N. Dak
Kingwood National Bank, Kingwood, W. Va
Merchants National Bank, Willow City, N. Dak
Citizens National Bank, Jenkintown, Pa___
First National Bank, Watseka, 111
Peoples National Bank of Winston, Winston-Salem, N. C.
First National Bank, Morrisonville, 111
First National Bank, Elliott, Iowa
_
First National Bank, Genoa, N. Y
_
....
First National Bank, Bagley, Iowa
First National Bank, Blissfield, Mich
First National Bank, Dearborn, Mich
First National Bank, Royal Oak, Mich
First National Bank, Beggs, Okla
First National Bank, Federalsburg, Md
First National Bank, Mechanicville, N. Y
Boston National Bank, South Boston, Va
._.
Second National Bank, New Hampton, Iowa
First National Bank, Scobey, Mont
Will County National Bank, Joliet, 111
First National Bank, Stronghurst, I1U_
Floyd County National Bank, Floydada, Tex
Walthill National Bank, Walthill, Nebr
Third National Bank, New London, Ohio
Greenville National Bank, Greenville, Mich
._.
First National Bank, Greensboro, Ala
-

8169
3061
11469
6642
4783
13135
9055
5430
11115
2226
501
3916
10179
9267
12478
8583
3952
7610
12661
1J 731
9996
9725
3686
10802
10355
7879
6332
7332
12530
1721
4292
6745
6857
9921
6995
11813
12989
12657
6868
10210
3171
8414
7607
1882
5813
12692
9816
10101
11843

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

29,1906
27,1883
2,1919
14,1903
30,1892
10,1927
24,1908
23,1900
12,1917
8,1875
24,1864
21,1888
18,1912
16,1908
26,1923
24,1907
20,1888
27,1904
16,1925
3,1920
24,1911
31,1910
22,1887
11,1915
7,1913
4,1905
3,1902
3,1904
18,1924
27,1870
24,1890
18,1903
15,1903
4,1911
5,1903
3,1920
17,1926
26,1925
22,1903
24,1912
6,1884
10,1906
3,1905
25,1916
4,1871
27,1901
18,1925
25,1910
29,1911
11,1920
15,1901

25,000
50,000
100,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
63,000
50,000
100,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
125,000
35,000
50,000
200,000
25,000
35,000
50,000
30,000
100,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
150,000
50, 000
100,000
25, 000
25,000
25, 000
25,000
60,000
150,000
100,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
50, 000
25,000
100,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
50, 000
25,000

130, 700
324,700
96,000
101,250
1,036,584
91,750
151,850
27,000
431,667
447,575
1,098,942
313,250
35,750
19,000
50,750
842,470
111,000
16,500
70,000
27,750
148,075
323,500
64,900
213,500
44,250
39, 250
98,000
1,500
439, 764
296, 500
65,855
90, 750
23,000
02, 500
43,200
9,000
40,500
12,750
170, 500
159, 500
246, 250
20,150
793,000
40,600
31,000
19,500
52,000
28,000
263,000

50,000
50,000
100,000
75,000
500,000
50,000
50,000
75,000
25,000
125,000
100,000
600,000
525,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
500,000
50,000
50,000
200,000
25,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
250,000
25,000
25,000
25, 000
350,000
50, 000
150, 000
50,000
50,000
25, 000
25, 000
60,000
150, 000
150,000
25, 000
25, 000
50,000
200,000
100,000
30,000
200,000
75, 000
50, 000
25,000
50, 000
50,000
100,000

do
May 23,1931
May 26,1931
May 27,1931
May 29,1931
do

June 1,1931
June 2,1931
do
June 4,1931
June 6,1931
June 9,1931
do
June 12,1931
do
June 13,1931
June 16,1931
. do
June 17,1931
June 18,1931
do
June 19,1931
June 22,1931
do
do
June 23,1931
do
June 27,1931
do

June 29,1931
. do
do
July 2,1931
___do
July 3,1931
_ do
do
do
July 9,1931
do
...do
July 10,1931
July 14,1931
do
-.
July 15,1931
July 17,1931
do... .

July 20,1931
do
-July 21,1931
do
5693
i Receiver appointed to ievy and collect stock assessment covering deficiency in value of assets sold, or to complete unfinished liquidation.




32,360

32,360

100,000
50,000
249,995

100,000
60,000
249,995

12,500
14,520

12,600
14,520
5,960
96,220

96,220

424,875
403,868
502,305
448, 347
2,089,423
197,992
315,870
296,451
248,004
933,649

139,000

250,000
7,000

24,400
94,120
48,980
150,000
25,000
20,000
25, 000
19, 520
58, 380
48,200
47,360
24, 280
25,000
48,500
189,440
100,000
30,000
198,500

24,400
94,120
48, 980
150, 000
25, 000
20,000
25,000
19, 520
68, 380
48,200
47,360
24,280
25,000
48,500
194,120
100,000
30,000
198,600

7,521,346
4,169,504
253,119
759, 379
119,835
4,237,957
574, 788
676,110
1,908,707
313,986
928,952
790,465
421,164
2,870,921
267,165
201,808
70,204
384,791
288, 539
906,141
219,705
144,998
189, 455
128,868
189, 455
604,692
743,053
134, 420
229,832
1,299, 051
727, 245
684,980
178, 931
2, 662, 267

24,820
60,000
50,000
38,240

24,820
60,000
50,000
38,240

279,317
72, 312
422, 998
237, 026
168,085

600,000
296,760
25,000
98,500
196,760
47,420
30,000
197,060
9,760
35,000
98,800

600,000
296,760
25,000
98,500
6,300
196, 760
47,420
30,000
197,060
9, 760
35,000
98,800

CO
CO

TABLE N O . 42.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October SI, 1932, dates of organization and appointment of receivers,
capital at date of organization and at date of failure, dividends paid while solvent, circulation outstanding at date of failure, lawful money
deposited with Treasurer of the United Slates to redeem circulation, and total deposits at date of failure—Continued
Organization
Name and location of bank

1036
1637
1638
1639
1640
1641
1642
1643
1644
1645
1646
1647
1648
1649
1650
1651
1652
1653
1654
1655
1656
1657
1658
1659
1660
1661
1662
1663
1664
1065
1666
1667
1668
1669
1670
1671

Stcclc County National Bank, Finlcy, N. Dak
First National Bank, Terrell, Tex.1
First National Bank, Beaverdale, Pa
First National Bank, Ripley, N. Y
Oconto National Bank, Oconto, Wis
Union City National Bank, Union City, N. J
National Bank of North Hudson at Union City, N. J . . .
First National Bank, Boyne City, Mich
First National Bank, Ryder, N. Dak
First National Bank, Plaza, N. Dak
First National Bank, Van Hook, N. Dak
First National Bank, Parshall, N. Dak
First National Bank, Mary ville, Mo
Manufacturers National Bank, Mechanicvillc, N. Y
Columbus National Bank, Columbus, Ohio 1
First National Bank, Polo, 111
First National Bank, Blythe, Calif
First National Bank in Mount Vernon, S. Dak
First National Bank, Colony, Kans
National Bank of Monticello, Monticello, Ind. l
First National Bank, Lehigh, Iowa
First National Bank, Fairchild, Wis_.
United States National Bank, Los Angeles, Calif
First National Bank, Bancroft, Idaho
First National Bank, Wauseon, Ohio
Farmers National Bank, Bridgewater, S. Dak
Peoples National Bank, Latrobe, Pa
First National Bank, Sweet Springs, Mo
Queensboro National Bank of the City of New York, New
York, N. Y
Farmers National Bank. Fairfax, S. Dak
Prineville National Bank, Prineville, Oreg
First National Bank, Lyons, Ga
First National Bank, Vidalia, Ga
First National Bank, West brook, Minn
First National Bank, El Paso, Tex
First National Bank, Coin, Iowa




Charter
No.
13190
3816
11317
6386
3541
12749
9867
9020
9214
9689
10966
11226
3268
5037
12350
13497
10944
13282
11531
12952
5868
7264
7632
11183
7091
7426
5744
11372
12398
13302
12655
7979
9879
6412
2532 j
7309 |

Date

Capital

June
June
May
Feb.
Apr.
Oct.
Sept.
Jan.
May

3,1928
26,1887
1,1919
9,1902
15,1886
22,1925
19,1910
15,1908
22,1908
11,1910
15,1917
25,1918
28,1884
1,1896
2,1923
11,1930
17,1917
8,1929
7,1919
14,1926
15,1901
9,1904
11,1905
15,1918
22,1903
28,1904
14,1901
31,1919

$25, 000
50,000
50,000
25, 000
50,000
100, 000
100, 000
50, 000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
60,000
500,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
40,000
25,000
25,000
200,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
50,000

June
Mar.
Feb.
Aug.
June
July
May
June

11,1923
9,1929
27,1925
30,1905
21,1910
15,1902
25,1881
3,1904

200,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
35,000
25,000
50,000
25,000

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

Apr.
Oct.
Jan.
Feb.
Nov.

Total dividends paid
during exist
ence as a
national
banking
association

$792, 500
39,000
79,000
197, 700
500,700
37,500
46,250
42,500
7,500
2,500
582,074
273,600
17,750
2,500
12,000
37, 350
34,500
740,000
10,500
104, 750
55,000
211,000
52,000
38, 500
63,000
64,250
2,614, 000
80, 259

Failures

Capital

Receiver
appointed

Lawful
money
deposited

Circulation
Total
outstand deposits at
ing at date date of
of failure
failure

I
O

$25,000
200, 000
50,000
25,000
60,000
300,000
600,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
25, 000
25,000
100, 000
100,000
500,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
40,000
25,000
25,000
1,000,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
200,000
50,000
200,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
35,000
30,000
1,000,000
50,000

July 27,1931
do
July 28,1931
July 30, 1931
Aug. 3,1931
Aug. 6,1931
do
Aug. 7,1931
Aug. 8, 1931
_do.
do
do
Aug. 10,1931
do
Aug. 11,1931
Aug. 12,1931
do
_.
do
Aug. 14,1931
Aug. 15,1931
Aug. 17,1931
Aug. 18,1931

do

Aug. 20,1931
Aug. 22,1931
Aug. 24,1931
do
Aug. 26,1931
do
Sept. 1,1931
Sept. 3,1931
do.

Sept. 4,1931
do
Sept. 8,1931

$112, 465
$48, 320
25,000
14, 600

$48, 320
25,000
59, 460

140,000
50,000
10,000

140,000
50,000
24,280
20,000
25, 000
9,760
96, 040
100,000

503, 293
522, 701
612, 430
934, 493
8,128, 016
463, 883
87,152
129, 328
178, 946
119, 666
497, 740
2, 840, 897
434,178
574, 788
124, 704
83, 226

25,000
96,040
100,000

25,000

25, 000

20,000
10,000

20,000
10,000

50,000
"987495"

50,000
6,500
98, 495

24,640

24, 640

~~25~6o6'

25,000

34,860
25,000
700, 000
10,000

25,000
700,000
10,000

245, 796
130, 412
7, 798, 942
57, 603
551, 688
247, 707
2, 477, 973
153,125
1,982, 752
120, 105
81.607
106^ 533
236, 354
316, 254
7,623, 905
98, 743

W

i

1672 First National Bank, Randolph, Iowa
1673 First National Bank at Smithfield, Ohio
1674 National Bank of Defiance, Defiance, Ohio
1675 Security National Bank, Mobridge, S. Dak
1676 First National Bank in Alexandria, S. Dak
1677 First National Bank, Eudora, Ark
1678 First National Bank, Mora, Minn
1679 Plainview National Bank, Plainview, Tex
1680 Limon National Bank, Limon, Colo
1681 First National Bank, Merrill, Iowa
1682 Rockaway Beach National Bank, New York, N. Y
1683 Labor National Bank of Montana at Three Forks, Mont.
1684 Bank of Pittsburgh National Association, Pittsburgh, Pa..
1685 Peoples National Bank, Salera, N. Y_.
1686 Farmers National Bank, Trafalgar, Ind
1687 Inkster National Bank, Inkster, Mich
_
1688 Rogers Park National Bank, Chicago, 111
_
1689 First National Bank, Lynchburg, Ohio
1690 Commercial National Bank & Trust Co., St. Joseph,

7833
13171
13457
11590
12611
12813
7292
9802
11619
12252
12361
5225
3245
7491
12878
10305
11772

June
Jan.
Apr.
Dec.
Oct.
Aug.
May
June
Feb.
Aug.
June
Mar.
Oct.
June
Sept.
Dec.
Dec.
June

27,1905
17,1928
16,1930
5,1919
18,1924
15,1925
18,1904
15,1910
10,1920
3,1916
21,1922
28,1923
3,1899
21,1884
27,1904
16,1925
16,1912
11,1920

25,000
50,000
150, 000
50,000
50,000
40,000
25,000
100,000
30,000
40,000
200,000
25,000
1, 200,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
50,000

Mich
_
5594 Sept. 15,1900
6218 Mar. 14.1902
First National Bank, Hankinson, N. Dak
_
8458 Nov. 27,1906
First National Bank, Midland City, Ala
_
9523 July 19,1909
Alderson National Bank, Alderson, W. Va
12414 July 16,1923
Highland National Bank, Pittsburgh, Pa
1080S Dec. 6,1915
First National Bank, Viborg, S. Dak
12480 Nov. 24,1923
Ogden National Bank, Chicago, Xll
9941 Feb. 21,1911
First National Bank, Fort Mill, S. C
11088 Oct. 6,1917
Farmers National Bank, New Bedford, 111
10371 Mar. 29,1913
First National Bank, Bode, Iowa
_
5428 May 22,1900
First National Bank, Sisseton, S. Dak
1431 May 2,1865
First National Bank, Hagerstown, Md.._
4413 Aug. 26,1890
First National Bank, Reed City, Mich 2
8434 Oct. 17.1906
First National Bank, Richwood, W. Va.
10788 Sept. 0,1915
Peoples National Bank, Pulaski, N. Y_
11448 July 26,1919
First National Bank, Unionville, N. Y
._
8847 Apr. 30.1907
First National Bank, Fleischmanns, N. Y.2
89S5 Jan. 2,1908
First National Bank, Orbisonia, Pa_
_
1785 Nov. 23,1870
First National Bank, Kewanee, 111
12731 Jan. 28,1925
Security National Bank, Bowie, Tex.
__
3260 Oct. 1,1884
San Angelo National Bank, San Angelo, Tex. 2
1465 June 26,1865
National City Bank, Ottawa, 111.
6897 July 20.1903
First National Bank, Elba, Ala.
2010 June 22,1872
Ashland National Bank, Ashland, Ky.2
7041 Nov. 11,1903
First National Bank, Smithville, Tex
3102 Dec. 20,1883
Calumet National Bank, Chicago, 111
2(544 Jan. 30,1882
First National Bank, Newton, Iowa 2
8104 Feb. 3,1906
First National Bank, Col ville, Wash
9503 June 18,1909
Peoples National Bank, Point Marion, Pa..
2
1607 Oct. 23,1865
National Exchange Bank, Weston, W. Va. .
1 Receiver appointed to levy and collect stock assessment covering deficiency in value
2 Temporary suspension, later restored to solvency.

1C91
1692
1693
1694
1695
1696
1697
1698
1699
1700
1701
1702
1703
1704
1705
1706
1707
1708
1709
1710
1711
1712
1713
1714
1715
1716
1717
1718
1719




50,000
30,000
25,000
25,000
200,000
40,000
200,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
69,070
50,000
25,000
50,000
30, 000
25,000
25,000
75,000
100,000
55,000
100, 000
50, 000
300,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
25.000
50, 000
100,000

161,500
1,000

45,000
50,000
150,000
50,000
50,000
40,000
25,000
125,000
30,000
40,000
200,000
25,000
3,000,000
40,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
50,000

210, 500
88, 800
89,537
40, 750
123, 000
35, 500
67,000
53,800
13,250
12,750
150,900
959,000
308, 732
87,100
33, 500
11, 700
5,000
65, 250
633,625
71,000
903,100
910, 500
190, 250
1, 788,100
105,250
593, 500
262,491
83, 700
30,000
722, 500

200,000
30,000
35,000
25,000
200,000
40,000
200,000
40,000
25,000
25,000
75, 000
150,000
100, OC0
40,000
50,000
30,000
25, 000
50,000
325,000
50,000
300,000
200, 000
100,000
800,000
50,000
400,000
100,000
60,000
50,000
150,000

91,750
15,000
4,000
10,400
84,750
92, 240
61,000
40,000
3,750
11,520,000
143,450
40,000

59,054
274,677
1,164,512
111, 174
389, 434
163, 379
333,809
1, 671,814
57,972
202,458
1, 757,118
136,077
43, 759,132
524, 655
84,135
247,338
893, 508
186,811

24, C40
49,700
150,000
25,000

24,640
49,700
150,000
25,000

20,000
25,000

20,000
25,000

34,220

34, 220
6,070

50,000
30,000

50,000
30,000

—

147,300
30,000
34,095

do
Oct. 1,1931
do
do
do

196,820

147,360
30,000
34,095
12,140
196,820

25,000

40,000

54, 035
148, 080

6,250
54, 635
148, 080
50,000

2, 733,625
123,704
43,9S2
476,530
4,007,474
292,207
476,397
214,142
90,100
87,412
201,360
2, 317,176
1,184,725

28,740

28, 740

548,207
644,766

74,280

74,2S0

...-.do
Sept. 10,1931
do
Sept. 11,1931
do
Sept. 12,1931
Sept. 14,1931
Sept. 16,1931
. .do.Sept. 18,1931
Sept. 19, .1931
do
Sept. 21,1931
Sept. 23,1931
do
do
Sept. 24,1931
Sept. 28,1931
do
do
_ do
do

do

do
Oct. 5,1931
do
do
do
do
do
do
Oct.
6,1931
do
. do
do
do
Oct.
7,1931
do
do..
Oct.
8,1931
do.
do
Oct. 9,193 L

477,839
1,219,269
141,119
1,025,009
167,137

23,320
99, 520

23, 320
99, 520

238,999
2,299,269

58,140

58, 140
49,400

651,861
373,559

of assets sold, or to complete unfinished liquidation.
CO

.Oi

TABLE NO. 42.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31, 1932, dates of organization and, appointment of receivers,
capital at date of organization and at date of failure, dividends paid while solvent, circulation outstanding at date of failure, lawful money
deposited with Treasurer of the United Stales to redeem circulation, and total deposits at date of failure—Continued
Organization
Name and location of bank

1720
3721
1722
1723
1724
1725
1726
1727
1728
1729
1780
1731
1732
3733
J 734
1735
373(5
3737
1738
1739
1740
1741
1742
1743
1744
1745
1746
1747
1748
1749
1750
1751
1752
1753
1754
1755

Planters & Merchants First National Bank, South Boston, Va
First National Bank, Carterville, 1 1
1
National Bank of Fayette County, Union town, Pa
First National Bank, Carey, Ohio
Moshannon National Bank, Philipsburg, Pa
National Mohawk Valley Bank, Mohawk, N. Y
Farmers National Bank, Leechburg, Pa
Main Line National Bank, Wayne, Pa
First National Bank, Hastings, Nebr
First National Bank, Belington, W. Va___
First National Bank, Fairview, W. Va
First National Bank, Deer Trail, Colo
First National Bank, Fort Stockton, Tex
First National Bank, Chase City, Va
First National Bank, Pollock, S. Dak
Citizens National Bank, Vandergrift, Pa
First National Bank, Auburn, Nebr
Farmers & Merchants National Bank, Webster, S. Dak...
Houston National Bank, Dothan, Ala
First National Bank, Stewartville, Minn
National Bank of Sidney, Sidney, Iowa
Gary National Bank, Gary, W. Va
First National Bank, Anawalt, W. Va
First National Bank, Bishop, Tex
First National Bank, Mathis, Tex
First National Bank, Fennimore, Wis.a
First National Bank, Yuma, Colo
First National Bank, Brunswick, Mo
First National Bank, Isanti, Minn..
First National Bank in Versailles, Mo
West Side Atlas National Bank, Chicago, III
First National Bank & Trust Co., Merchantville, N. J.2.
First National Bank, Elizabethton, Tenn
Westmont National Bank, Westmont, N. J
First National Bank, Jtoxboro, N. C
First National Bank, Erie, 111
_




Charter
No..

Date

Mar. 15,1907
Aug. 10,1905
Dec. 19,1864
Jan. 23,1902
May 3,1897
Apr. 3,1865
3130
9290 Sept. 14,1908
12504 Jan. 22,1924
2528 May 23,1881
0619 Feb. 4,1903
10239 June 8,1912
11574 Dec. 27,1919
9848 Aug. 12.1910
9291 June 23,1908
11237 Aug. 27,1918
7816 May 22,1905
3343 May 12,1885
8559 Oct. 27,1906
7932 Sept. 22,1905
5330 Apr. 11,1900
5145 Sept. 3,1898
33505 Dec. 3,1930
10392 May 2,1913
12612 Dec. 10,1924
11838 Aug. 20,1920
9522 May 17,1909
10093 Sept. 2,1911
4083 July 8,1889
10554 June 1,1914
5,1929
13367 Aug.
11009 May 5,1217
June 21,1906
8323
9558 Aug. 31,1909
12519 Mar. 11,1924
11211 July 10,1918
6951 July 28,1903
8043
7889
681
0119
5006

Capital

$100,000
50,000
65,000
50,000
50,000
150,000
50,000
50,000
60,000
30,000
30,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
60,000
100,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
30,000
200,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
25,000

Total dividends paid
during existence as a
national
banking
association

$237,750
83, 000
1,003,900
54,000
417,000
555, 750
72,000
3,125
1, 447, 240
57, 600
28,500
3,750
11,000
179, 000
4,250
167, 500
276,000
44, COO
272, 000
130, 500
181,100

~"~9l,"666~
9,000
3,750
64,000
79,800
88, 250
25, 750
168 000
139,' 500
114, 750
3,750
76,100
180, 500

CO

Failures

Capital

Receiver
appointed

Total
Lawful Circulation deposits at
outstandmoney
at date date of
deposited ing failure
of
failure

o
$125,000
50,000
500. 000
25, 000
150, 000
100,000
50,000
50,000
200,000
40,000
30,000
25,000
50,000
100,000
25,000
125,000
50,000
50,000
150,000
50,000
60,000
100,000
50,000
25,000
25, 000
50,000
40,000
50,000
25,000
30,000
200.000
100,000
75,000
25,000
150, 000
40,000

Oct. 10,3931
.--do
Oct. 12, 1931
d
do
Oct. 12,1931

$97,120
50, 000
200,000
24,460
148,320
96,940
48,800

$97,120
50,000
200, 000
24, 400
148, 320
96,940
4Sf800

Oct. 13,1931
do
— .do
— .do

147,900
39, 340
29,460

147,900
39, 340
29,460

24,340
50,000

24,340
50,000

do.
do

—do
.-..do
.. — do
do
do

.-.

Oct. 15.1931
do.
do
do

—do
-...do
--..do
Oct. 16,1931
do
do
o
do.
----do
-.--do
Oct. 19,1931
do.

.do...
-do....
-do..-.

$1,306,935
287,441
8,931,863
194,820
1, 35.1,249
902, 789
584, 676
641, 722
1,563,970
333, 548
285, 431
45, 417
397,974
779,935
116,184
1, 239,841
239, 790
520, 567
501, 020
470, 719
187, 069
560, 275
192,873
117,908
79,941

60,000
47,180
24,640

26, 960
49, 338
49, 040
122,740
24, 640
60,000
47,180
24, 640

24,700
12,500
24,700
30,000
196, 820

24,700
12,500
24,700
30,000
196,820

114, 791
209, 239
200,036
228,482
1, 350,284

50,000

1,061,410.
367,017
265, 371
514,996

49,338
49,040
21,000

38,920

38,920

n
o

o

Belvidere National Bank, Belvidere, N. J
1096 Apr. 10,1865
1, 459,000
200,000
100,000
do
75,000
224,000
75,000 Oct. 20,1931
Lyon County National Bank, Rock Rapids, Iowa
_. 7089 Dec. 15,1903
do.
10559 M a y 19,1914
25,000
25, 000
First National Bank, Cowen, W. Va
6999 Aug. 4,1903
25,000
25,000 ....do
First National Bank, Terra Alta, W. Va
59,250
50,000
50,000 Oct. 22,1931
First National Bank, Lake City, Iowa
_. 4966 June 21,1894
147,875
25,000
25,000
First National Bank, Turkey, Tex
_ _ 11138 Jan. 16,1918
.do
19,955
25,000
35,000
First National Bank, Baldwin Park, Calif
10685 Dec. 30,1914
44,800
do
25,000
60,000
First National Bank, Doon, Iowa
do
102, 250
6764 Apr. 15,1903
do
25,000
25,000
First National Bank, Blockton, Iowa
_
_ 8211 M a y 3,1906
86,261
50,000
60,000
City National Bank, Herrin, 111
_
75,600
8670 Apr. 24,1907
do
50,000
50,000
Citizens National Bank, Prosperity, S. C
12,000
12774 M a y 29,1925
do
50,010
150,000 Oct. 23,1931
594,000
First National Bank, Newark, N. Y
_ 349 Mar. 2,1864
50,000
50,000
67,500
do
First National Bank, Lake Village, Ark.2
•_
__
_ 11262 Nov. 4,1918
50,000
50,000 ....do
40,000
First National Bank, Dexter, Mo
11320 Mar. 7,1919
1,000,000
750,000
6,643,250
Exchange National Bank, Pittsburgh, Pa
1057 Apr. 8,1865
do
350,000 .. -do_.
897,825
Citizens National Bank, Kokomo, Ind
100,000
4121 Feb. 22,1889
150,000 Oct. 27,1931
422,800
Commercial National Bank, Eufaula, Ala
70,000
5024 Sept. 3,1895
35,000
73,625
do
First National Bank, Graceville, Fla
_
25,000
7423 Sept. 26,1904
25,000
do
25,000
Wilcox National Bank, Wilcox, Pa
...
12933 M a y 24,1926
City National Bank, Paducah, Ky
_ 2093 Jan. 14,1873
1,299,382
300,000 Oct. 28,1931
200,000
First National Bank, Cardington, Ohio
_
432,400
127 Oct. 15,1863
60,000 Oct. 29,1931
50,000
do
40,500
Peoples National Bank, Blairstown, N.J
9833 July 2,1910
50,000
50,000
45,000
do
First National Bank, North Rose, N. Y_
50,000
25,000
10016 Apr. 7,1911
2,000
National Bank Albion of Albion, 111
50,000 ....do
50,000
13449 Apr. 4,1930
Apr.
4,250,000 1,000,000
do
Monongahela National Bank, Pittsburgh, Pa...
3874 __,,_. 9,1888
250, 000
188,500
60,000 ...do
Traders National Bank, Buckhannon, W. Va
50,000
4760 Apr. 14,1892
365,235
77,000
do
First National Bank, New Windsor, Md
._
55,000
747 Dec. 24,1864
136, 350
50,000 Oct. 30,1931
40,000
Citizens National Bank, Philippi, W. Va
6377 June 26,1902
201,000
50,000
do
50,000
First National Bank, Buchanan, Mich
3925 Sept. 10,1888
42,000
25,000
25,000
do
First National Bank, Newburg, W. Va
- 7626 Jan. 23,1925
628,909
175,000 Oct. 31,1931
50,000
First National Bank, Sycamore, 111
1896 Sept. 15,1871
22,600
50,000 Nov. 2,1931
50,000
Security National Bank, Paducah, Tex
12748 M a y 8,1925
2,600
25,000
25,000
do
Citizens National Bank, Seward, Pa
13011 Oct. 18,1926
50,000
50,000
do
Hutchings First National Bank, Siloam Springs, Ark___ 13506 Nov. 29,1930
100,000 Nov. 3,1931
50,000
502,000
First National Bank, Alliance, Nebr
_ - 4226 Dec. 19,1889
50,000 Nov. 5,1931
25,000
71,250
First National Bank, Golconda, 111.2
.'__
7385 Aug. 16,1904
25,000
25,000
do
39,760
First National Bank, Somerfield, Pa
8901 Aug. 10,1907
100,000 Nov. 6,1931
759,000
Citizens National Bank, Sedalia, Mo
_..'
100,000
1971 Aug. 9,1872
300,000
do_
1,244,000
50,000
First National Bank, Hoquiam, Wash
4427 Sept. 22,1890
25,000 ... do
49,000
50,000
First National Bank, St. Thomas, N. Dak
_ 4550 Mar. 7,1891
25,000
45,250
25,000
First National Bank, Buena Vista, Colo
8735 M a y 13,1907
do
100,000 .. do
91,000
100,000
First National Bank, Blytheville, Ark
_
11651 Mar. 12,1920
Dec. 8,1902
25,000
50,000
25,000
do
First National Bank, Belle Fourche, S. Dak
6561
160,000
236, 900
50,000
do
First National Bank & Trust Co., Monessen, Pa
_.. 5253 Dec. 14,1899
Oct. 3,1883
250,000 Nov. 11,1931
855,200
230,000
First National Bank, Logansport, Ind
3084
200,000
261,350
do
50,000
City National Bank & Trust Co., Corpus Christi, Tex.. 7668 Mar. 18,1905
5,1907
100,000 _. do
143,000
50,000
Farmers & Miners National Bank, Bentleyville, Pa
9058 Jan.
50,000
20,500
do
25,000
First National Bank, Sea Isle City, N. J
._
12279 Oct. 26,1922
100,000
405,500
60,000
do
Second National Bank, Morgantown, W. Va
2458 Feb. 11,1880
200,000
431,500
Phoenix National Bank, Columbia, Tenn
200,000
do
7870 Aug. 8,1905
1 Receiver appointed to levy and collect stock assessment covering deficiency in value of assets sold, or to complete unfinished liquidation.
2 Temporary suspension, later restored to solvency.

1756
1757
1758
1759
1760
1761
1762
1763
1764
1765
1766
1767
1768
1769
1770
1771
1772
1773
1774
1775
1776
1777
1778
1779
1780
1781
1782
1783
1784
1785
1786
1787
1788
1789
1790
1791
1792
1793
1794
1795
1796
1797
1798
1799
1800
1801
1802
1803
1804
1805




45,000

74,280
25,000
48,800
50,000
6,250
49, 280

145,920

145,920

50,000
742,980

50,000
742,980
98,320
34, 340
20,000
300,000
60,000
48,020
25,000

98,320
34, 340
20,000
300,000
50,000
48,020

1,841,833
1,065,798
89,084
485,088
321, 673
41, 461
231,514
154,152
119,296
711,721
167,497
2,060,650
294,215
4, 264,123
2,966, 246
139,309
148,401
243,669
4, 487,975
207,666
399,048
490, 713
560,349
8,857, 684
798,088
465, 232
651, 330
499,875
274, 257
104,891
394,678
70,141
364,474
1,623, 327

386,860
49, 340
53,440
39, 400
48,740
24,460

386, 860
49, 340
53,440
39,400
48,740
24,460
175,000

17,960
49,158

17,960
49,158

18,000
98,258
294,000
25,000

24,160
98,258
294,000
25,000
9,520

210,795
1,925,817
1,800,002
174,052

6,320
143,760
246, 340
230,440
94,660
23,380
77,780
88,560

166, 331
503,421
2,401,668
4,901,206
1, 272, 890
696, 486
280,248
1,990, 229
433,137

143,760
246, 340
230,440
23, 380
42,000

TABLE NO. 42.-—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31, 1932, dates of organization and appointment of receivers,
capital at date of organization and at date of failure, dividends paid while solvent, circulation outstanding at date of failure, lawful money CO
00
deposited with Treasurer of the United States to redeem circulation, and total deposits at date of failure—Continued
Organization
Name and location of bank

1806
1807
1808
1809
1810
1811
1812
1813
1814
1815
1816
1817
1818
1819
1820
1821
1822
1823
1824
1825
1826
1827
1828
1829
1830
1831
1832
1833
1834
1835
1836
1837
1838
1839
1840
1841
1842

First National Bank, Pharr, Tex...—
First National Bank, Marceline, Mo
First National Bank, Noble, III
•
_
American National Bank, Dayton, Tenn
First National Bank of Custer City, Custer, S. Dak
First National Bank, Steamboat Springs, Colo
First National Bank, Frederic, Wis
First National Bank, Tilden, Nebr
First National Bank, Laredo, Tex.*
Second National Bank, Brownsville, Pa.*
First National Bank, Luray, Va.2
Citizens National Bank, New Lexington, Ohio 2
First National Bank, Houtzdale, Pa
First National Bank, Corinth, Miss
Second National Bank in Youngstown, Ohio l
Norfolk National Bank, Norfolk, Nebr
First National Bank, Brighton, Colo
First National Bank & Trust Co., Wood bridge, N. J
First National Bank, Zillah, Wash
First National Bank, Stanford, Mont._
Twin Falls National Twin Falls, Idaho
Hopewell National Bank, Hopewell, Pa
First National Bank in Gulfport, Miss
First National Bank, Bay City, Mich.2
First National Bank, West Frankfort, 111
First National Bank. Christopher, 111...
Ithaca National Bank, Ithaca, Mich
Citizens National Bank & Trust Co., Terre Haute, IncL.
First National Bank, Glen Campbell, Pa
Peoples National Bank, Lodi, Ohio
Citizens National Bank, Ellwood City, Pa
First National Bank, Geneva, Ohiu
First National Bank, Parkersburg, W. Va.2
First National Bank, Washington, N . C
First National Bank, Chaffee, Mo
Nogales National Bank, Nogales, Ariz
First National Bank in Aberdeen, Wash




Charter
No.

Date

10169 Mar. 21,1912
7060 Nov. 19,1903
9527 July 19,1909
7579 Jan. 8,1901
4448 Sept. 27,1890
6454 Sept. 12,1902
8491 Dec. 10,1906
9217 Aug. 3,1908
2486 June 26,1880
2673 Apr. 11,1882
6031 Oct. 16,1901
6505 Oct. 7,1902
6695 Mar. 21,1903
9094 Feb. 27,1908
12332 Feb. 28,1923
3347 M a y 13,1885
7577 Dec. 31,1904
8299 June 12,1906
9576 Sept. 30,1909
10625 Aug. 18,1914
11274 Oct. 28,1918
9638 Oct. 13,1909
13553 June 5,1931
2853 Dec. 4,1882
7673 Feb. 28,1905
8260 May 12,1906
6485 Oct. 10,1902
13224 July 24,1928
5204 Apr. 8,1899
10677 Nov. 12,1914
11570 Dec. 19,1919
153 June 6,1863
180 Dec. 15,1863
4997 Apr. 11,1895
Jan. 19,1911
9928 May 15,1917
11012 May 22,1920
11751

Capital

$25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
100,000
56,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
100,000
200,000
60,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
35,000
150,000
25,000
400,000
200,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
200,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
60,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
100,000

Total dividends paid
during existence as a
national
banking
association
$17, 500
143, 750
17,875
180,000
27,500
39,750
46,250
112,250
493, 770
379, 675
62,650
189, 750
329, 500
206.000
54,000
406,000
125, 250
93,097
56,000
37,100
4,500
25, 250
1,085,139
98,000
196,296
57.100
30,000
247, 000
43,500
59,000
229,000
1,590,432
269,500
80, 250
47,000
54,500

Failures

Capital

$50,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25, 000
25,000
25, 000
50,000
250,000
125,000
30,000
75,000
125,000
100,000
200,000
100,000
40,000
150,000
25,000
35,000
150,000
25,000
400,000
400,000
25,000
60,000
25,000
200,000
100,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
500,000
100,000
50.000
50,000
150,000

Keeeiver
appointed

N o v . 12,1931
N o v . 13,1931
N o v . 14,1931
.do
Nov. 17,1931
.-..do
do
do
Nov. 30,1931
do
do
do
do
do
Dec. 2,1931
.do.

..do.
.do.
.dodo.
Dec. 3,1931
do
Dee. 7,1931
do
do
do
.....do
do
Dec. 8,1931
do.
Dec. 9.1931
...-do..
Dec. 11,1931
.....do
....do
....do

Total
Lawful Circulation deposits at
outstandmoney ing at date date of
deposited of failure
failure

$24,160
24*700

24, 700
20,000
110,520

12,700
33, 980
38, 720
24, 220
100,000

$24,160
14,820
24, 700
23, 920
10,000
24, 700
20,000
110,520

12,700
33,980
38, 720
100,000
24, 220
100,000
6,250

"246,155'

49.280
17,500
246,100

24,998
58, 200
25, 000

24,998
58,200
25,000

98, 620
36, 600
93,160

98, 620
36,600
93,160
48,680

97,660

97, 660
39, 040
48, 860

49, 280

48, 860
97,660

$101, 265
248, 829
151, 753
456, 719
155, 284
431, 589
247,094
181, 547

1,020, 048
970,948
856, 635
232. 031
1, 543, 721
193, 750
101,031
234,848
222,415
3,050,178
965,518
841, 288
521,939
1,146,413
368,881
466,999
597, 358
693,076
491, 828
255, 716
410, 584
1,452,512

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100,000 Dec. 12,1931
241,000
First National Bank, Twin Falls, Idaho
25,000
7608 Jan. 14,1905
50, 000 Dec. 14,1931
293,000
West Point National Bank, West Point, Nebr
50,000
3340 May 9,1885
25,000
do
45, 750
First National Bank, Dougherty, Iowa
25.000
6576 July 30.1900
100,000
168,250
First National Bank, Sweetwater, Tex
do.
25,000
5781 Apr. 11,1901
50,000
40,000
First National Bank, Mullins,S.C
_
25,000
do
9876 Sept. 19,1910
410,081 2,005,585 Dec. 15,1931
Federal National Bank, Boston, Mass
, 500,000
12336 Mar. 19,1923
25,000 Dec. 17,1931
48,000
25,000
6397 May 19,1902
First National Bank, Starkweather, N. Dak
50,000
106, 500
50,000
do
..
7079 Dec. 14,1903
First National Bank, Momence, 11150,000
16,500
50,000
11767 June 21,1920
First National Bank, Warsaw, N.C
do
25,000 _. do
13,500
25,000
11966 Feb. 17,1921
Painted Post National Bank, Painted Post, N. Y.
75,000 Dec. 19,1931
102,000
50,000
7903 July 24,1905
Gillespie National Bank, Gillespie, 111
25,000
49,000
25,000
7443 Sept. 15,1904
do
First National Bank, Mound City, 111
100,000 Dec. 21,1931
319,250
50,000
2997 July 9,1883
First National Bank, El Paso, I1L
_
600,000
770,000
9067 Feb. 15,1908
do
Commercial National Bank, Raleigh, N . C
100,000
25,000
14,750
11005 May 1,1917
do
25,000
First National Bank, Victorville, Calif
100,000 Dec. 22,1931
205,000
4671 Dec. 14,1891
50,000
First INaiiivnitii xmii&., \^uia>iviuu, Ohio i_
r u s t ) National Bank, Chardon, v^uiu *
125,000
19,000
6852 May 13,1902
do
25,000
Macksburg National Bank, Macksburg, Iowa
100,000
92, 500
10330 Dec. 30,1912
do
100,000
Citizens National Bank, Wisconsin Kapids, Wis.i
152, 750 1,000,000 .... do.
11903 Dec. 21,1920
Boston-Continental National Bank, Boston, Mass.
200,000
50,000
62,500
7554 Jan. 6,1905
First National Bank, Louisburg, N. C
25,000
do
25,000 Dec. 23,1931
33, 750
25,000
First National Bank, Brushton, N. Y_
_ _ _... 9643 Oct. 20,1909
_
50,000
7,359
10233 Jan. 3,1912
do.
50,000
First National Bank, Venice, Calif.
2
100,000
314,985
7430 Oct. 8,1904
do .
Curwensyille National Bank, Curwensville, Pa.
100,000
50,000 ... do
292,500
2962 May 19,1883
50,000
First National Bank, Idaho Springs, Colo
200,000
65,000
200,000
State National Bank in Lynn, Mass
„ 12362 Apr. 16,1923
do
25,000 Dec. 24,1931
7,500
12319 Nov. 28,1922
25,000
First National Bank, Kingston, Tenn
100,000 .... do
131,650
8649 Apr. 5,1907
50,000
First National Bank, Burlington, N. C
200,000
408,000
6308 June 12,1902
do..
200,000
Marion National Bank, Marion, Ohio
100,000 Dec. 29,1931
122,000
8639 Feb. 1,1907
25,000
First National Bank, Kelso, Wash
_
American National Bank & Trust Co., Benton Harbor,
200,000
do
100,000
339,000
Mich
10143 Feb. 5,1912
25,000 Dec. 30,1931
25,000
23,750
1873 First National Bank, Fredericktown, Ohio
._, 5640 Nov. 22,1900
30,000
do
30,000
56,100
1874 First National Bank, White House Station, N. 3
9061 Dec. 23,1907
25,000
do
25,000
70,000
1875 First National Bank, Middleport, N. Y
9206 July 14,1908
25,000
25,000
31,250
do
1876 First National Bank, Gasport, N. Y
10623 Sept. 19,1914
25,000
25,000
13495 Sept. 2,1930
do
1877 National Bank of Seymour, Seymour, Iowa
50,000 Dec. 31,1931
50,000
5f000
1878 Farmers & Merchants National Bank, Roseville, I1D. _. 12926 Apr. 23,1926
60,000 Jan. 2,1932
30,000
_, 5749 Mar. 15,1901
155,400
1879 Itasca National Bank, Itasca, Tex
50,000 Jan. 8,1932
50,000
2540 June 17,1881
247,145
1880 First National Bank, Cambridge, I1U
25,000 Jan. 9,1932
25,000
8797 June 27,1907
24,750
1881 Creighton National Bank, Creighton, Nebr
40,000 Jan. 11,1932
25,000
5402 May 2,1900
50,850
1882 First National Bank, Lost Nation, Iowa.,_
150,000
50,000
do
164,500
1883 Farmers & Merchants National Bank, Enterprise, Ala.. 10421 July 2,1913
25,000
25,000
11456 Aug. 30,1919
do
1884 First National Bank, Farmer, S. Dak
100,000
50,000
12572 Aug. 6,1924
do
1885 Walnut Park National Bank, Walnut Park, Calif
79,500
25,000
25,000
12633 Jan. 29,1925
do. .
1886 National Bank of LaGrange, LaGrange, N. C
50,000
50,000
12772 June 13,1925
do
1887 National Bank of Snow Hill, Snow Hill, N. C
14,000
100,000
12799 June 26,1925
do
1888 First National Bank in Florence, S. C
100,000
50,000
50,000 . do
1889 Peoples National Bank, Burgettstown, Pa
50,000
. . . 13009 Nov. 8,1926
13270 Dec. 31,1928
1890 Vandeventer National Bank, St. Louis, Mo.250,000
18, 750
250, 000
do
10872 May 16,1916
1891 Bishopville National Bank, Bishopville, S. C
75,000 Jan 12,1932
75,000
1 Receiver appointed to levy and collect stock assessment covering deficiency in value of assets sold, or to complete unfinished liquidation.
2 Temporary suspension, later restored to solvency.

1843
1844
1845
1846
1847
1848
1849
1850
1851
1852
1853
1854
1855
1856
1857
1858
1859
1860
1861
1862
1863
1864
1865
1866
1867
1868
1869
1870
1871
1872




49, 998
12, 500

49, 998
12,500

24,000

24,400
1, 500,000
6,500
24, 760

907,985
646, 287
190,040
5»8,864

75, 000

15,000
75,000
10,000

24, 640

171,000
24, 640

24, 452,825
54,443
489,703
34, 047
326,192
1,130, 403
121,418
304,431
3, 653, 385
236,213

i
82, 240
894, 520
49,460
23,620
15,000

82, 240
894, 520
49,460
23,620
15,000

5, 489,940
228,621
792, 437
223,113

12,500
57,780
196,100
24,280

137, 336
2,062, 584
67,022
1,919,523
1,009,200
432,657

24, 760

1

-

57,780
196,100
197,420

197,420
25,000
14,700
24,520
24,640
59,100

138, 533

5,000

6,070
11,010

105, 405
90,906
384,648
39,117
1,123, 550
42,481
84,313
820, 272
152,620
1,196, 262
232,987

§

1,692,239
173, 275
630,864
379, 498
150, 444
152,991

59,100

§

48,620

d

TABLE N O . 42.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 81,1932, dates of organization and appointment of receivers,
capital at date of organization and at date 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 failure—Continued
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Organization
Name and location of bank

1892
1893
1894
1895
1896
1897
1898
1899
1900
190L
1902
1903
1904
1905
190G
1907
1908
1909
3910
1911
1912
1913
1914
1915
1916
1917
1918
1919
1920
1921
1922
iy23
1924
1925
1926
1927
1928

First National Bank, Yorba Linda, Calif
First National Bank, Ozark, Ark
Portland National Bank, Portland, Pa.2
Peoples National Bank, Laurel, Del.2
Hammond National Bank & Trust Co., Hammond, lnd.
First National Bank in Decatur, Ala
_
_
._.
First National Bank in Hazard, Ky
Farmers National Bank, Granville, N. Y
First National Bank, Osnabrock, N. Dak
National Bank of Sabetha, Sabetha, Kans
First National Bank, Durham, N.C
Home National Bank, Union City, Pa
First National Bank, Ripley, W. Va.2
Citizens National Bank, Harlan, Ky
Home National Bank, Elgin, 111
Oskaloosa National Bank, Oskaloosa, Iowa
Citizens National Bank, Long Branch, N.J
Valparaiso National Bank, Valparaiso, lnd
First National Bank in Mount Olive, 111
Bozeman Waters First National Bank, Posey ville, lnd
Corinth National Bank, Corinth, N.Y
Citizens National Bank, Albion, N.Y
_.
Central National Bank, Mount Union, Pa.2
First National Bank, Harlem, Mont
National Bank of Adrian, Adrian, Mo
_
First National Bank, Woodward, Okla
Germantqwn National Bank, Germantown, N. Y
First National Bank,Iowa City,lowa 2
First National Bank, Henderson, N. C.
First National Bank, Culver City, Calif
_
National Bank of Rensselaer, Rensselaer, N. Y
Griggsvilie National Bank, Griggsville, 111
First National Bank, Arcadia, Fla
Nephi National Bank, Nephi, Utah
Elkin National Bank, Elkin, N. C
Ocean Grove National Bank, Ocean Grove, N. J
Farmers National Bank, Pekin, 111




Charter
No.
10905
12985
6665
6726
8199
10336
13248
3154
7234
4626
3811
8879
10762
12243
2016
2417
6038
6215
13452
13503
6479
4998
10206
7644
12413
5575
12242
18
7564
11732
12773
2116
5534
8508
5673
5403
2287

Bate

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

15,1916
23,1926
7,1903
2,1903
2,1906
2,1913
10,1928
20,1884
7,1904
28,1891
20,1887
11,1907
31,1915
3,1922
3,1872
6,1879
20,1901
6,1902
2,1930
7,1930
13,1002
2,1895
24,1912
9,1905
9,1923
4,1900
7,1922
12,1882
5,1905
24,1920
2,1924
2,1873
15,1900
21,1906
19,1900
20,1900
19,1875

Capital

$25,000
25,000
50,000
35, 000
100,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
25,000
60,000
100,000
50,000
35,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
25, 000
50,000
60,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
25,000
100,000
50 000
30,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
50,000

Total dividends paid
during existence as a
national
banking
association
$16,250
1,500
106,500
184. 650
361,096
262,000
250,700
65,250
279,300
1,249, 250
55,500
91,116
25,000
825,500
444,500
437,000
337,000
121,100
400, 500
82, 200
73, 750
111,350
4,500
457,000
240,000
17,750
10,000
314. 500
179J000
56,000
95, 5C0
162, 025
543,500

Failures

Capital

$25,000
25,000
50,000
100,000
400,000
200,000
100,000
100,000
25,000
60,000
600,000
50,000
70,000
100,000
150,000
100,000
150,000
150,000
50,000
50,000
35,000
200,000
60,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
200,000
100.000
100,000
50.000
100,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
100,000

Receiver
appointed

Total
Lawful Circulation deposits at
outstandmoney
at date date of
deposited ing failure
failure
of

$137,405
90,211

J a n . 12,1932
J a n . 13,1932
J a n . 18,1932
do.

..do..
..do..
..do..

.do.
.do.
do
do
Jan. 19,1932
do.
do
Jan. 20,1932
do
do
do
do
.do
.do
Jan. 21,1932
do
do
do
do
Jan. 22,1932
.do.
Jan. 23,1932
do.
.do.
Jan. 26.1932
do
_..
do
do
.....do
Jan. 26,1932

$384,460
200,000

$384,460
200,000

59,280
600,000

24,820
59,280
COO, 000
50,000

2,569, 503
760,770
625,344
1,173,449
94,147
503, 713
3,673,443
431,166

98, 560

98,560
114,100

716,179
1, 290,647

48,680

98,440
48, 380
48,680
19, 460
49, 280

1,478, 736
653, 645
419,379
425,207
1,555,411
3,190,726

6,010
49,460

49,460
9,620
98,020
95,260
12,500
69,280
42, 740
24,700
24,040
95,800

173,041
43,671
402,464
285,559
880,545
814,166
972,922
220, 646
455, 69U
96,108
455,625
1,429,061
961,039

National Bank of Whitehall, Whitehall, N. Y
8388
Anamosa National Bank, Anamosa, Iowa, J
4696
First National Bank, Gary, Ind
8426
First National Bank, Bradley Beach, N. JJ
10224
Third National Bank, Pittsburgh, Pa.i
291
First National Bank, Hiawatha, Kans
2589
Trigg National Bank, Glasgow, Ky
5486
Bell National Bank, Pineville, Ky
7215
9396
First National Bank, Columbus, Mont
1692
First National Bank, Murfreesboro, Tenn
8667
First National Bank, Harvey, 111
Cumberland National Bank, Fayetteville, N. C
13168
2
First National Bank, Danvers, 111.
6740
Peoples National Bank, Clinton, Mo
8509
Hopedale National Bank, Hopedale, 111
9398
First National Bank, Palatine, 111
11934
Washington National Bank in the City of Tacoma,
Tacoina, Wash
12667
1946 Middlesex National Bank, Lowell, Mass
12343
1947 First National Bank, Milton, Oreg
9201
1948 Coast National Bank, Seaside Heights, N. J
12354
1949 Point Pleasant Beach National Bank & Trust Co., Point
Pleasant Beach, N. J
13215
1950 Olympia National Bank, Olympia, Wash
5652
1951 First Willapa Harbor National Bank, Raymond, Wash... 11672
1952 First National Bank, Oconomowoc, Wis,2
5505
1953 First National Bank, Abbeville, La. 2
5807
1954 Pikesville National Bank, Pikesville, Md
8867
1955 South Gate National Bank, South Gate, Calif
12807
1956 Peoples National Bank, Wellsville, Ohio
6345
1957 First National Bank, Monte Vista, Colo
7228
1958 First National Bank, Boswell, Pa
6603
1959 First National Bank, Monterey Park, Calif
12061
1960 First National Bank, Victoria, Va
12183
1961 Joliet National Bank, Joliet, 111
4520
1962 Commercial National Bank, High Point, N. C
4568
1963 National Bank of America at Gary, Ind
11094
1964 First National Bank, Shelbyville, Ind
__
1263
1965 First National Bank, Wilson, N. C.2
2321
1966 First National Bank, Brockway, Pa.1
5497
1967 First National Bank in Brockway, Pa. 1 ...
13566
1968 Bockford National Bank, Rockford, 111.. _
1816
1969 First National Bank, Mendota, 111
1177
1970 Mendota National Bank, Mendota, 111
5086
1971 Sedalia National Bank, Sedalia, Mo
4392
1972 National Bank of De Pere, De Pere, Wis-. 6469
1973 Wayne National Bank, Goldsboro, N. C.
10614
1974 First National Bank, Pittsburgh Kans.••---;-.:-.'-".i".•..•-••:•: J;. 3463
1975 First National Bank, Cherokee, Kans
5447
1 Receiver appointed to levy and collect stock assessment covering
2 Temporary suspension, later restored to solvency.

1929
1930
1931
1932
1933
1934
1935
1936
1937
1938
1939
1940
1941
1942
1943
1944
1945




Sept.
Feb.
Oct.
June
Dec.
Nov.
June
Mar.
Mar.
Feb.
Mar.
Jan.
Apr.
Dec.
Apr.
Jan.

29,1906
4,1892
9,1906
1,19*2
30,1863
12,1881
25,1900
28,1904
27,1909
27,1869
11,1907
12,1928
15,1903
31,1906
1,1909
25,1921

50,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
300,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
50,000
150,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
25,000

151, 500
204,000
582, 500
20,500
2,408,500
213,000
249,063
127, 250
50,250
1,133,400
118, 250
36,000
77,000
76,000
85,250
16,500

100,000
100,000
250,000
50,000
500,000
55,000
75,000
100,000
25,000
200,000
100,000
150,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
50,000

Dec. 27,1924
M a r . 30,1923
J u n e 6,1908
Mar. 17,1923

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

103,000
120,000

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

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

100,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
100,000
25,000
30,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
50,000
100, 000
65,000
51, 000
35, 000
65,000
100,000
65,000
50, 000
100,000
50,000
325, 000
50,000
25,000

1,1928
10.1900
23,1920
3,1900
18.1901
23,1907
3,1925
27,1902
8,1904
8,1903
3,1921
14,1922
29.1890
23.1891
11,1916
2,1865
17,1876
23,1900
29,1931
8,1871
13,1865
14,1897
10,1890
6,1902
11,1914
8,1886
16,1900

313, 500
54,000
230,610
193,000
49,200
2,000
223,500
132, 930
95,400
22,000
6,000
1,084, 500
1,402, 000
127, 500
862,750
422, 700
144,800
2,044,000
762, 856
234,500
2G7, 500
205, 000
461, 500
356,785
92,911

100,000
125,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
40,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
30,000
25,000
25,000
700,000
1,000,000
150,000
100,000
200,000
35, 000
65, 000
750,000
100,000
100, 000
100, 000
100, 000
325, 000
100, 000
25,000

Jan.

47, 900
98, 740
244, 240

do

27,1932
do

940, 379
620,019
2, 703,458

do
Jan. 28,1932
- - do._

do
do _
Jan. 29,1932
Feb. 1,1932
do
do - .Feb. 2,1932
do
do
do

415, 220

86, 540
25,000

415, 220
54, 220
71,880
195. 980
24; 640
86, 540
48,800

331,989
591, 789
464,452
141, 978
1,049, 508
879,016
1,046, 755

49,280
23,980
15,000

281,040
112,748
128,593

191, 960
198,560

975, 755
4,842,072
479,662
202,108

do

94,900

do
do_

48,860

228,721
1,828,063
957,619

23, 980

do
Feb. 3,1932
do __
do

Feb. 4,1932
Feb. 5,1932
Feb. 6,1932
do
do
Feb. 8,1932
Feb. 9,1932
do
do
Feb. 10,1932

6,250

474,140

do .
do .
Feb. 11,1932
do
do
Feb. 12,1932
do

69, 280

do

deficiency in value of assets sold, or to complete unfinished liquidation.

199,980
48,800
12, 320
100,000
100,000
177, 320
96,340
23,980

4,450,746
438,364
744, 739
472,862
612,864
1,538,103
1,425,067
148, 625

O1
IT

d
160, 000

do

Feb. 15,1932
Feb. 16,1932
Feb. 17,1932
do

97,800
23,920
29,400
25,000
25,000
97,180
474,140
99,100
69,280

853,133
440, 249
578,064
148, 271
625,303
411,215
259, 249
3, 512,518
4,147,564
882,274
497,588

O
O

75,000

18,700

TABLE NO. 42.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 81, 1982, dates of organization and appointment of receivers,
capital at date of organization and at date 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 failure—Continued
Organization
Name and location of bank

1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012

First National Bank, Newport Beach, Calif..
_.
Seaside National Bank, Long Beach, Calif
First National Bank, Craig, Colo
CraigNationalBank, Craig, Colo
Pioneer National Bank, Waterloo, Iowa
Burnet National Bank, Burnet, Tex
John Weedman National Bank, Fanner City, HI
First National Bank, Le Roy, 111
First National Bank, Foosland, 111
Citizens National Bank, Great Bend, Kans__•
First National Bank, Sedro-Woolley, Wash
First National Bank, Renovo, Pa
_.
First National Bank, Hornell, N . Y
First National Bank, Pitcairn, P a . . .
_
Peoples National Bank, Pitcairn, Pa
First National Bank, Trafford, Pa
First National Bank, Champaign, 111
First National Bank, Bard well, Ky
FirstNational Bank, Hamilton, 111
First National Bank, Pittsburg, Tex.i
_
First National Bank, Arlington, Ga
First National Bank, Hartwell, Ga. 1
...
City National Bank, Knoxville, Tenn.
First National Bank, Alexis, I1U
Citizens National Bank, Kendallville, Ind
First National Bank of Bay Point, Port Chicago, Calif. _
First National Bank, Alva, Okla
Security National Bank, Fairfleld, Idaho
National Bank of Commerce, Garnett, Kans
Merchants National Bank, Brownsville, Tex
First National Bank, High Bridge, N . J - .
_
MercliaiiIs National Bank, Defiance, Ohio'
First National Bank, Defiance^ Ohio* 1 _
First National Bank, Lonacomng, Md.
_
First National Bank, Fairfax, Okla
First National Bank, Nebo, 111
First NationalBank, Glasgow, Ky




Charter
No.

Date

10702
12819
10558
10560
6120
69G6
3407
6586
11299
5705
7908
3763
262
5848
11892
6962
913
8331
9883
4863
8314
11695
3837
4967
12532
11561
5587
11884
5292
7002
5333
2516
4661
7732
7972
10492
4819

Jan. 8,1915
Aug. 29,1925
May 2S, 1914
June 6,1914
Apr. 12,1898
Sept. 15,190.3
Oct. 26,1885
Jan. 10,1903
Jan. 30,1919
Jan. 31,1901
Aug. 31,1905
July 16,1887
Nov. 21,1863
May 20,1901
Dec. 1,1920
May 11,1903
Jan. 30,1885
May 19,1906
Oct. 10,1910
Feb. 7,1893
July 16,1906
Mar. 17,1920
Jan. 12,1883
May 18,1894
Feb. 28,1924
Dec. 19,1919
Sept. 18,1900
Nov. 12,1920
Apr. 3,1900
Oct. 1,1903
Apr. 5,1900
Apr 7,1881
Nov. 11,1891
Apr. 27,1905
Oct. 27,1905
Jan. 28,1914
Nov. 6,1892

Capital

$25,000
300,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
60,000
50,000
25,000
75,000
50,000
65,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
30,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
80,000
25,000
25.000
25,000
25,000
100,000
30,000
100.000
150; 000
25,000
25,000
25,000
60.000

Total dividends paid
during existence as a
national
banking
association
$15,500
31,000
29,250
692,900
75,900
363, 320
116,000
2,750
166,300
23,000
248, 500
1,179, 723
226,125
18,000
18,900
1,307,150
90, 750
49, 750
304,000
38, 700
28,000
1/845,000
96,750
6,400
1,500
206, 2f.O
10,000
123,375
655,000
97, 752
244.000
376, 125
60,000
114,375
31, 700
186,500

Failures

Capital

$25,000
300,000
25,000
25,000
200,000
30,000
75,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
300,000
100, 000
75,000
30,000
300,000
25,000
50, 000
100,000
30,000
75,000
1,000,000
50, 000
80,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
25, 000
250, 000
50,000
100,000
100,000
25,000
25,000
40,000
60,000

Receiver
appointed

Feb. 17,1932
.do.
Feb. 18,1932
do
—do
..-do
Feb. 19,1932
....do
do
Feb. 20,1932
Feb. 23,1932
Feb. 26,1932
Feb. 27,1932
M a r . 2,1932
do.
do
M a r . 4,1932
—do
do.
Mar. 8,1932
do
.do.
M a r . 9,1932
M a r . 15,1932
M a r . 16,1932
M a r . 18,1932
do.
Mar. 19,1932
Mar. 25,1932
Mar. 28,1932
Mar. 30,1932
Apr. 11,1932
—do
d
o
Apr. 12,1932
....do
Apr. 15,1932

Total
Lawful Circulation deposits at
outstandmoney
date of
deposited ing at date
of failure
failure

$97,900
196,940
29,040
71,280
48,560
49,340
$40, 000

18, 500

32,200
98,080
23,860
23,800
28,860
94, 720
23,440
49, 580
9,460

"-iooVooo"
75, 440
~24~700
24,700
250, 000
30, 000

50,000

11,960
38,980
60,000

$197,349
975,185
182,499
240,772
842,904
48,946
354,993
183,331
121,462
287,205
318,286
950,804
1,669,540
803,720
383,801
466,618
4,174,258
229,718
397,224
71,989
100,424
,
434,082
112, 675
340,758
81,797
300,484
2,786,273
676,583
112
266,849
154,197
292, 506

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2033
2034
2035
2036
2037
2038
2039
2040
2041
2042
2043
2044
2045
2046
2047
2048
2049
2050
2051
2052
2053
2054
2055
2056
2057
2058
2059
2060
2061
2062
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Forest City National B a n k , Rockford, 111
First National B a n k , Highland, Kans
First National Bank, Albion, I U . i . . . .
Albion National B a n k , Albion, 111.1
Coggin National B a n k , Brownwood, Tex.i
First National B a n k , Roscoe, Tex.i
Bayard National B a n k , Bayard, W . Va
First National B a n k in Driggs, Idaho
First National Bank, Seymour, Ind- 1
First National B a n k , Lafayette, Colo
Citizens National B a n k & T r u s t Co., Hornell, N . Y
National City B a n k , T a m p a , Fla. 1
Douglass National B a n k of Chicago, Chicago, 111
United States National B a n k , L a Grande, Oreg. 1
First National B a n k , South Glens Falls, N . Y
Hancock National B a n k , Sparta, Ga_
State National Bank, Santa Anna, Tex.i
United States National Bank, Iron Mountain, Mich
Citizens National B a n k , Salmon, Idaho
First National B a n k , Hartington, Nebr
First National B a n k , Crofton, N e b r
Baraga County National Bank, L'Anse, Mich
Liberty National Bank, Waco, Tex.i
First National Bank, Beverly Hills, Calif
National Bank of Rolla, Rolla, M o
First National Bank, Jayton, Tex
Washington National Bank, N e w York, N . Y.i
First National Bank, Sutersville, P a
First National B a n k , Rock Falls, 111
Leominster National Bank, Leominster, Mass
First National Bank, Sheffield, Iowa
Henderson National Bank, Henderson, K y
New Jersey National B a n k & T r u s t Co., Newark, N. J .
Holston National Bank, Elizabethton, Tenn. 1
Alliance National B a n k of Chicago, Chicago, 111
First National Bank, Arlington, Nebr
First National B a n k , Whitesburg, K y
First National Bank, Etowah, T e n n
Bowmanville National Bank of Chicago, Chicago, 111
First National Bank, Oneida, 111
Boonville National Bank, Boonville, Mo
Hurley National Bank, Hurley, Wis
First American National Bank & T r u s t Co., Berwyn, 111.
Columbia National Bank, Columbia Heights, Minn
San Bernardino National Bank, San Bernardino, Calif._
Jefferson Park National B a n k of Chicago, Chicago, I1L _
National Bank of Milton, Milton, Iowa
Jackson Park National Bank of Chicago, Chicago, 111...
Standard National Bank of Chicago, Chicago, 111
Ravenswood National Bank, Ra venswood, 111

4325

mm

8429
9025
9812
12899
11664
13267
1032
8909
2522
10958
12227
9314
5851
12317
12768
11929
9432
4528
8186
9509
11140
11461
1865
9845
13360
6270
6998
3204
12430
1615
9912
10976
12001
4583
10433
9162
10237
10752
10915
11594
12426
13114
3818
10108
10243
12391
13372
10215

Apr. 8,1890
Apr. .11,1908
Oct. 17.1906
Sept. 11.1907
J u n e 9,1910
Feb. 15,1926
Feb. 23,1920
Dec. 21.1928
Feb. 1,1865
Sept. 21.1907
M a r . 12,1881
Feb. 21,1917
N o v . 4,1921
Dec. 9,1908
Apr. 24.1901
Feb. 2.1923
M a y 30,1925
J a n . 15,1921
Apr. 27,1909
Feb. 13,1891
Feb. 16,1906
J u l y 21.1909
Jan. 24,1918
July 7,1919
Aug. 1,1871
Aug. 3,1910
M a y 23.1929
Mar. 20.1902
Sept. 1,1903
Apr. 9,1884
Aug. 7,1923
Nov. 21,1865
Nov. 17.1910
Mar. 6,1917
July 22,1921
M a y 26,1891
J u l y 14,1913
Feb. 27.1908
July 25,1912
J u n e 5,1915
Oct. 24,1916
J a n . 30,1920
July 31,1923
July 6,1927
Oct. 17,1887
Oct. 5,1911
Aug. 9,1912
M a y 25, 1923
Aug. 26,1929
Apr. 30,1912

100,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
125,000
300,000
200,000
100,000
25,000
25,000
35,000
100,000
60,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
300,000
30,000
100,000
40,000
500,000
25,000
25,000
150,000
40,000
100,000
200,000
25,000
200.000
50,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
35,000
75,000
50,000
100,000
25,000
100,000
50,000
25,000
200,000
300,000
50,000

774,000
48,200
2,000
99,250
154,000
2,468
2,500
718,235
6,000
385, 584
488,000
39,000
672,400
62,000
14,500
22,500
58,500
104,000
259,900
32, 750
51,000
339,000
457, 725
293, 350
64,000
53,500
53,250
465,000
23,200
966,000
1,472,582
52,000
153,500
4-1,000
105,500
72,500
314,500
30,450
131,250
66,000

300,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
125,000
500,000
250,000
100,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
60,000
25,000
50,000
300,000
450,000
50,000
40,000
500,000
25,000
50,000
150,000
40,000
200,000
2,800,000
50,000
200,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
300,000
35,000
200,000
50,000
175 000

Apr. 19,1932
Apr. 26,1932
Apr. 27,1932
do
do
do
Apr. 28,1932
May 3,1932
May 6,1932
May 9,1932
May 10,1932
May 20,1932
May 21,1932
May 23,1932
May 24,1932
do
do
do
May 25,1932
June 1,1932
do
June 2,1932
June 3,1932
June 7,1932
June 8,1932
do
June 10,1932
do
do
June 11,1932
do
. do.
do
June 14,1932
June 15,1932
June 17,1932
do
J u n e 21,1932
. . . . do
.
do
do
do.
.
do
. do
. do
J u n e 25,1932
do
do
do
do

25,000
100,000
300.000
25; ooo
200,000
300, 000
108, 500
200,000
Receiver appointed to levy and collect stock assessment covering deficiency in value of assets sold, or to complete unfinished iiquidation.
Temporary suspension, later restored to solvency.




6,250
852,000
289,500
40, 750
32,000

198,620
6,250

25,000

25,000
25,000

111, 560
2, 412,781
525, 900
419,689
224,313
428,557
148,523

100,000
96,160
49, 820
25,000
6,250

463,480
284,189
231,343
97, 201
404,956

400,000
49, 340
9,400

5,197,831
505, 612
117, 560

25,000
24,460
144, 000
39, 700

106,020

144, 340
84, 525

25,000
98, 320
61, 820

2,005, 242
96,520

366, 391
357,803
1, 366,833
250,030
1,032, 681
8,946,632

238, 540

1,026,600

25,000

147, 720
25,000
50,000
49,580
35,000
25,000
175,000
50,000

74, 400

99,100
74,400
7,000

1,471,468
86,685
499,860
380,606
1, 668, 737
95, 768
673, 634
413,811
423,489
212, 519
1,188, 300
1,141,839
77,414
736, 519
232, 536
507,939

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TABLE N O . 42.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October SI,1032, dates of organization and appointment of receivers,
capital at date of organization and at date 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 failure—Continued
Organization
Name and location of bank

2063
2004
2065
2066
2067
2068
2069
2070
2071
2072
2073
2074
2075
2076
2077

First National Bank, Wilmette, 111
National Bank of Woodlawn of Chicago, Chicago, 1 1
1
First National Bank, Martinville, Ind
First National Bank, Mesa, Ariz
_.
Midland National Bank of Chicago, Chicago, 111
South Ashland National Bank of Chicago, Chicago, 111
Peoples National Bank & Trust Co. of Chicago, Chicago
111....
_
First National Bank, Maquoketa, Iowa
First National Bank, Thompson, Iowa
First National Bank, Gardener, 111
West Hollywood First National Bank, West Hollywood
Calif
Guernsey National Bank, Cambridge, Ohio l
First National Bank, Willoughby, Ohio i
First National Bank, Spartanburg, S. C
Hyde Park-Kenwood National Bank of Chicago, Chicago,

Charter
No.

Date

10828
11980
794
11130
13036
13253

Feb. 3,1910
M a y 5,1921
J a n . 2, I860
Jan.
7,1918
J a n . 18,1927
N o v . 2,1928

133U
999
5054
9406

Apr.
Feb.
Dec.
Apr.

11025
1942
11994
1848

13235
2078 Firstl^atijo'naf^
6792
2079 First National Bank in Kerman, Calif
12584
13263
2080 Farmers National Bank in Vinton, Iowa
11407
2081 First National Bank, Davidsville, Pa
123S6
2082 First National Bank, Riverside, 111
13287
2083 State National Bank in Terrell, Tex
13413
2084 First National Bank, Waynesboro, Miss
13565
2085 First National Bank in Aurora, 111
2086 First National Bank & Trust Co., Chicago Heights, 111... 5876
2087 National Tradesmen's Bank & Trust Co., New Haven,
1202
Conn
6295
2088 First National Bank, Burns, Oreg._
7521
2089 State National Bank, Iowa Falls, Iowa
1496
2090 Pulaski National Bank, Pulaski, N. Y
10062
2091 First National Bank, Jenkins, Ky
1172
2092 Ross County National Bank, Chillicothe, Ohio
2327
2093 Consolidated National Bank, Dubuque, Iowa
5392
2094 Peoples National Bank & Trust Co., Sullivan, Ind
2910
2095 Commercial National Bank, Waterloo, Iowa




Capital

Total dividends paid
during existence as a
national
banking
association

Failures

Capital

Receiver
appointed

$50,000
300,000
100,000
100,000
200,000
200,000

$119, 500
114,000
706, 788
33,000

$150,000 J u n e 25,1932
300,000
do
100,000 J u n e 27,1932
100,000
do
250,000
do
200,000 J u n e 27,1932

2,1929
20,1865
21,1896
21,1909

1,000,000
50,000
50,000
25,000

492,000
414,250
208,500
39,750

1,000,000
.do..
50,000 June 28,1932
50,000
.do.
25,000
..do..

J u n e 21,1917
J a n . 16,1872
Apr. 26,1921
J u n e 5,1871

25,000
100,000
100,000
60,000

69,625
241,000
36,500
1,548,800

75,000
do...
50,000 June 29,1932
100,000
do
500,000 June 30,1932

Aug.
May
Aug.
Nov.
June
Apr.
Feb.
Dec.
July
June

1,1928
6,1903
26,1924
23,1928
19,1919
C, 1923
26,1929
30,1929
28,1931
11,1901

500,000
25,000
25,000
75,000
25,000
50,000
100,000
25,000
200,000
50,000

240,000
91,277

600,000 July 1,1932
40,000 July 2,1932
25,000
do
75,000
do.
25,000 July 6,1932
50,000
do.
100,000
do
25,000
do
200,000
do.200,000 July 7,1932

May
May
Aug.
July
June
May
Jan»
May
Mar.

26,1865
31,1902
20,1904
3,1865
29,1911
9,1865
31,1876
21,1900
16,1883

300,000
25,000
50,000
50 00°

Total
Lawful Circulation deposits at
outstandmoney
deposited ing at date date of
of failure
failure

Ho^ooo
100,000
100,000
100,000
50,000

6,000
18,000
6,250
256,500
2,012,000
130,000
156,500
276,375
158,250
1,058,000
1,300,000
287,000
1,239,993

500,000
50,000
50,000
75,000
75,000
150,000
500,000
150,000
400,000

..do..
..do..
..do..
July
,
July 12,1932
July 14,1932
do
July 15,1932
July 18,1932

$62,000

15,000
17,000

99,~700"
100,000

$300,475
1,344,928
762, 513
376,468
439, 793
94,733

27,320
50,000
24,160

3,729,097
523,112
146,345
130,878

300,000

"23," 666'

969,017
2,023,106

$100,000

182,866

25,000
25,000
49,280

7,500

198,200
50,000

20, COO

295,500
50,000
49,460
73,800
149,100
49,700

25,000

3,133,265
302,752
178,823
584,961
119,415
227,890
145, 041
462,294
2,602,460
912,123
2,732,387
128,123
585
1.480.573
'271,597
1, 239,137
3,495,517
1,165,325
4, 531,689

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2097
2098
2099
2100
2101
2102
2103
2104
2105
2106
2107
2108
2109
2110
2111
2112
2113
2114
2115
2116
2117
2118
2119
2120
2121
2122
2123
2124
2125
2126
2127
2128
2129
2130
2131
2132
2133
2134
2135
2136
2137
2138
2139
2140
2141
2142
2143
2144
2145
2146

Clearfield National Bank, Clearfield, Pa
First National Bank, Enterprise, Ala.1
__
First National Bank, Artesia, Calif.__
Whitlcy National Bank, Corbin, Ky
City National Bank, Sumter, S. C.i
Farmers National Bank, Wewoka, Okla
First National Bank, Thomasville, Ga
First National Bank, Sylacauga, Ala
Producers National Bank, Tulsa, Okla.1
._.
Monroe National Bank, Monroe, N . Y
Spencer National Bank, Spencer, Ind
First National Bank, Leland, 111
Buchanan County National Bank, Independence, Iowa.
First National Bank in Sioux Rapids, Iowa
First National Bank, Adams, Minn
First National Bank, North wood, Iowa
Boise City National Bank, Boise, Idaho._.
First National Bank, Gulfport, Miss. 1
First National Bank, Eldora, Iowa
--_
_
_
First National Bank, Ackley,Iowa
First National Bank, Milton, N . Dak
First National Bank, Aurora, 111.1
First National Bank, Mount Olive, 111.1
First National Bank & Trust Co., in Pontiac, Mich. 1
National Bank of Unionville, Unionville, Mo
First National Bank, Sevierville, Tenn
.
First National Bank, Sil verton, Oreg
First National Bank, Indianola, Iowa..
-..
First National Bank, Lawrenceville, 111
___
Twin Gity National Bank, Bluefield, Va
First National Bank, George West, Tex
,
First National Bank, Marengo, 111
Broadway .National Bank of Chicago, Chicago, 111.1
Citizens National Bank, Indiana, Pa
Parma National Bank, Parma, Idaho
First National Bank, Northboro, Iowa
-.
First National Bank, Yukon, Pa
Ashland National Bank, Ashland, Ky. 11
American National Bank, Gillespie, 111.
Springfield National Bank, Springfield, Pa
First National Bank, Cairnbrook, Pa
_
First National Bank, Wendell, Minn
First National Bank, Peetz, Colo
First National Bank, Emporium, Pa
First National Bank, Frazee, Minn
First National Bank, Letcher, S. Dak 1
Central National Bank, Decatur, Ma.
Brown National Bank, Jackson, M i n n .
Citizens National Bank, Wessington, S. Dak
First National Bank, Vincennes, Ind
Andalusia National Bank, Andalusia, Ala

4836
6319
8063
9634
10129
8052
3767
7451
12042
7563
9715
7864
13188
13400
8059
8373
3471
6188
5140
8762
6518
38
7350
12288
13268
12440
11106
1811
5385
7782
12919
1870
12323
7993
11556
9015
12808
2010
12314
13031
10704
10898
11523
3255
7024
9188
10423
7797
12888
1873
11955

Dec. 20,1892

June
Jan.
Dec.
Jan.
Jan.
July
Oct.
Nov.
Nov.
Mar.
July
Mar.
Nov.
Jan.
Aug.
Mar.
Feb.
Aug.
May
Oct.
June
July
Dec.
Dec.
Sept.
Nov.
Nov.
May
May
Mar.
Aug.
Nov.
Nov.
Oct.
Jan.
Aug.
June
Feb.
Jan.
Nov.
Aug.
Oct.
Sept.
Oct.
May
July
May
Feb.
July
A.pr.

21,1902
4,1906
22.1909
10.1912

10.1906
20,1887
10,1904
14.1921
19.1904
17.1910
15.1905
15,1928
8,1929
11,1906
20,1906
9,1886
1,1902
22,1898
30.1907
25,1902
20,1863
15.1904
15.1922
12,1928
1,1923
21,1917
15.1870
4,1900
13.1905
30.1926
8,1871
25,1922
27,1905
11,1919
17.1908
8.1925
22,1872
2,1923
12.1927
21,1914
19,1916
27,1919
23,1884
2,1903
25,1908
10.1913
17,1905
8.1926
15.1871
9,1921

100,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
150,000
25,000
100,000
30,000
250,000
25,000
50,000
30,000
125,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
200,000
40,000
60,000
35,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
200,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
30,000
300,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
40,000
30,000
100,000
200,000

788,000
257,000
43, 750
44, 250
189,000
92, 750
300,500
91,132
72,500
51, 250
95,000
47,400
72,075
77,750
793, 500
595, 750
265,000
116,000
38, 250
1,370, 925
115,200
446,000
22,200
38,500
272,000
23,750
7,500
338,000
67,000
28,750
11,500
88,250
600
1, 788,100
35,000
395,000
12,500
3,750
428,000
96,700
48, 750
154,500
50, 398
672,000
128,000

200,000
do
do
100,000
50, 000
do....
25,000 .
.do
150,000 July 21,1932
25,000 July 22,1932
100, 000 july 27,1932
50.000
do
250,000
do
50.000 July 28,1932
50,000
July 30,1932
30,000 Aug. 1,1932
125,000
. do
50,000
do
30,000 Aug. 8,1932
50,000
do
375,000 Aug. 9,1932
400,000
do
50,000 Aug. 10,1932
50,000 . . . do
.25,000 Aug. 11,1932
300,000 Aug. 12,1932
70,000
do
600,000
do
40,000 Aug. 13,1932
60,000
do
35,000 Aug. 15,1932
50,000 Aug. 20,1932
100,000 Aug. 22,1932
50,000
do
50,000 Aug. 24,1932
50,000 Aug. 29,1932
200,000 Sept. 7,1932
50,000 Sept. 12,1932
25,000
do
25,000 Sept. 16,1932
30,000 Sept. 20,1932
800,000 Sept. 22,1932
50,000
do
50,000
. do .25,000 Sept. 23,1932
50,000
do 25,000 Sept. 24,1932
200,000 Sept. 24,1932
30,000 Sept. 26,1932
25,000 Sept. 27,1932
200,000 Oct. 1,1932
40,000 Oct. 3,1932
30,000
do
200,000
do
200,000 Oct. 5,1932

* Receiver appointed to levy and collect stock assessment covering deficiency in value of assets sold, or to complete unfinished liquidation.




197,600
25,000
24,700
25,000

6,500
48,860
48,080
34, 280
49,100
29,520
49,700
248,080
35,720
24,820

373,180
39,700

556,907
374,176
400,948
137,718
1,674
669,769
208,857
326,850
425, 243
585,554
221,886
795,311
155,510
283,692
197,957
2,365,834
371,924
376,739
50, 645
555,000

12,500

50,000
49,100
48,380
12,500

90,295
223,140
218,184
365,052
695,868
89,066
204, 783
535,967

12,500

50,000

858, 277

25,000

111, 127
76,847

24,700

24,460
25,000

166,666

197,120
29,700
25,000
25,000
19,980
200,000

85,506
207, 581
119,838
34,768
309,972
63, 288
193,836
152,171

to
©•

TABLE N O . 42.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October SI, 1932, dates of organization and appointment of receivers,
capital at date of organization and at date 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 failure—Continued1
Organization
Name and location of bank

2147
2148
2149
2150
2151
2152
2153
2154
2155
2156
2157
2158
2159
2160
2161
2162
2163
2164
2165
2166

Liberty National Bank, Dickson City, Pa
First National Bank, Lewisville, Ind
_
First National Bank, Mazon, 111.
First National Bank, Egan, S. Dak___
First National Bank, Story City, Iowa
First National Bank, Wyoming, Iowa *
First National Bank, Gormania, W. Va.1-.
First National Bank, Greensburg, Kans
First National Bank, Scappoose, Oreg
Homer City National Bank, Homer City, Pa
First National Bank, Reynolds, Ga
First National Bank, Palestine, 111
First National Bank, LaGrande, Oreg__
First National Bank, Springfield, Oreg
Masontown National Bank, Masontown, Pa.1
First National Bank, Portsmouth, Va.1---United States National Bank, Deer Lodge, Mont 1
McDowell County National Bank, Welch, W. Va.
Schmelz National Bank, Newport News, Va.1
National Citizens Bank, Lake Benton Minn
Total--

1

Charter
No.
12459
5526
10186
7252
- 9017
- - 1943
8751
10557
10992
8855
9615
8892
13602
8941
6528
9300
9899
9071
11028
6696

Date

Oct. 24,1923
June 7,1900
Apr. 16,1912
Apr. 23,1904
Jan. 15,1908
Jan. 27,1872
Apr. 11,1907
June 5,1914
Apr. 17,1917
July 20,1907
Dec. 1,1909
July 23.1907
Mar. 7,1932
Oct. 9,1907
Nov. 19.1902
Dec. 9,1908
Nov. 9,1910
Feb. 20.1908
June 25,1917
Mar. 16.1903

Capital

$100, 000
25, 000
35,000
25, 000
25, 000
50, 000
25, 000
25, 000
25, 000
50,000
25, 000
25, 000
125,000
25, 000
25, 000
100,000
50, 000
100,000

200,000
25,000
72,533,070

Total dividends paid
during existence as a
national
banking
association
$18,000
81, 475
110,000
47, 250
166, 750
211,250
34, 000
92, 475
13,000
51, 000
45, 625
43,500
35,050
229, 000
345, 000
160, 500
567, 000
282,000
41,000

Failures

Capital

$100, 000
35,000
50, 000
25, 000
75, 000
50, 000
25, 000
40,000
25, 000
50,000
25, 000
25,000
125,000
25,000
100,000
300,000
100,000
250, 000
400,000
25,000

Receiver
appointed

Oct. 6,1932
Oct. 8,1932
.do
Oct. 10,1932
do
Oct. 11,1932
do
Oct. 12,1932
Oct. 18,1932
.do
Oct. 20,1932
..—do
Oct. 22,1932
do
Oct. 24,1932

$25, 000
19, 820
50, 000
25, 000
74,160

239, 475, 628 126,305,085

$96, 540
407, 386

O
9, 820
23,920
48,920
24, 340
12,500

158,781

3

6,250

Oct. 25,1932
.....do
Oct. 27,1932
Oct. 28,1932

Receiver appointed to levy and collect stock assessment covering deficiency in value of assets sold, or to complete unfinished liquidation.




Total
Lawful Circulation deposits at
outstandmoneyat date date of
deposited ing failure
failure
of

25,000
141, 916,725

709,563

817,276,040

<
3

TABLE N O . 42-A.—State banks under supervision of Comptroller of the Currency, in charge of receivers during the year ended October SI, 1932,
dates of organization and appointment of receivers, capital at date of organization and at date offailuref dividends paid while solvent and total
deposits at date of failure
Organization
Name and location of banks
State where chartered

International Exchange Bank, Washington, D. C.
North Capital Savings Bank, Washington, D. C__
Bank of Brightwood, Washington, D. C
Departmental Bank, Washington, D. C
Total.




Arizona.
....do-.

.do-

Date

June 30,1921
Sept. 3,1912
Apr. 26,1922
Aug. 24,1920

Capital

Total dividends paid
during existence as a
State banking association

$300, 000
100,000
100,000
600,000

$46,096
112,143
2,000
2,077

1,000, 000

162,316

Failures

Capital

Receiver appointed

$116, 830 July 14,1932
90,000
do
100,000 July 10,1932
106,000 July 22,1932
412,890

Total deposits at
date of
failure

$451,967
1,027, 861
838, 866
802, 373
3,121,067

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 43.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31 f
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
allowed together with the disposition of such collections, and various other data

Name and location of banks

469
649
654
693
612
620
656
667
670
689
696
719
727
738
743
744
746
752
756
763
770
773
776
781
789
799
810
813
814
816
824
830
835
839
846
850
851
856
862
867
869
877
882
887
899
905
909
912
918
919
922
924
928
930
939
941
943
944
945
946
948
955
959
963
971
975
976
977

Farmers & Drovers National Bank, Waynesburg, Pa
First National Bank, Sutton, W. Va
First National Bank, Uniontown, Pa
First National Bank, Eureka, S. Dak
First National Bank, Ambia, Ind
Bannock National Bank, Pocatello, Idaho
American National Bank, Billings, Mont
Citizens National Bank, Laurel, Mont
Commercial National Bank, Wilmington, N. C
First National Bank, Joseph, Oreg
First National Bank, Sapulpa, Okla
Union National Bank, Beloit, Kans
First National Bank, Turtle Lake, N. Dak
First National Bank, Forsyth, Mont
Merchants National Bank, Mandan, N. Dak
First National Bank, Webster, S. Dak
Sioux Falls National Bank, Sioux Falls, S. Dak
Dakota National Bank, Dickinson, N. Dak
First National Bank, Brookings, S. Dak
Commercial National Bank, Miles City, Mont
First National Bank, Sidney, Mont
Wells National Bank, Wells, Minn__
First National Bank, Coalgate, Okla
First National Bank, Huron, S. Dak
Merchants National Bank, Crookston, Minn
First National Bank of Fergus County, Lewistovvn, Mont
First National Bank, Carlsbad, N. Mex
Drovers National Bank, East St. Louis, 111
First National Bank, Sehuyler, Nebr
City National Bank, Huron, S. Dak.i
National Bank of Commerce, Kochester, N. Y
First National Bank, Cheyenne, Wyo
First National Bank, Harrington, Wash
First National Bank, Putnam, Conn
First National Bank, Ozark, Ala
First National Bank, Alma, Wis
Merchants National Bank, Grinnell, Iowa
First National Bank, Boise City, Okla
Parkesburg National Bank, Parkesburg, Pa
Stockmens National Bank, Columbus, Mont
First National Bank, Townsend, Mont
First National Bank, Excelsior Springs, Mo
Farmers National Bank, Hempstead, Tex
National Bank of Commerce, Pierre, S. Dak
First National Bank, Matoaka, W. Va
Commercial National Bank, Greenville, Tex
Georgia National Bank, Athens, Ga___
First National Bank, Hedrick, Iowa *
Burgettstown National Bank, Burgettstown, Pa
First National Bank, Selma, N. C
First National Bank, Florence, S. C
First National Bank, Crandon, Wis
First National Bank, St. Cloud, Minn
First National Bank, Abercrombie, N. Dak
Globe National Bank, Denver, Colo
First National Bank, Warren, Minn
First National Bank, Hallock, Minn
First National Bank, Buffalo, Mien
Manilla National Bank, Manilla, Iowa
Loveland National Bank, Loveland, Colo
Muskogee Security National Bank, Muskogee, Okla
Gregory National Bank, Gregory, S. Dak
Warren National Bank, Warren, Minn
Farmers and Merchants National Bank, Cannon Falls, Minn
Security National Bank, Mason City, Iowa
Broadway National Bank, Denver, Colo
First National Bank, Tama, Iowa
First National Bank, Waukon. Iowa

See footnotes at end of table.




Capital
stock at
date of
failure

Date receiver
appointed

$200,000 Dec. 12,1906
50,000 Aug. 29,1914
100,000 J a n . 19,1915
50,000 Aug. 20,1920
25,000 Apr. 5,1921
Juno
100,000 Junei 11,1921
150,000 Sept. 23,1922
35,000 J a n . 4,1923
200,000 J a n . 31,1923
25,000 J u n « 14,1923
100,000 July 30,1923
50,000 N o v . 13,1923
25,000 N o v . 21,1923
75,000 Dec. 18,1923
50,000 Dec. 26,1923
25,000 J a n . 2,1924
150,000 J a n . 24,1924
50,000 F e b . 7,1924
100,000 F e b . 9,1924
250,000 F e b . 15,1924
50,000 F e b . 26,1924
75,000
do
100,000 F e b . 27,1924
65,000 M a r . 14,1924
75,000 M a r . 24,1924
300,000 Apr. 12,1924
100,000 M a y 14,1924
200,000 M a y 22,1924
50,000 May* 24,1924
50,000 J u n e 10,1924
1, 500,000 J u n e 21,1924
200,000 J u l y 9,1924
50,000 Au&. 6,1924
150, 000 Aug;. 13,1924
35, COO Oct. 23,1924
25,000 N o v . 7,1924
100,000 N o v . 12,1924
25,000 N o v . 25,1924
50,000 Dec. 26,1924
50,000 Jan. 7,1925
50, COO J a n . 8,1925
25,000 J a n . 24,1925
50,000 F e b . 7,1925
100,000 F e b . 11,1925
50,000 M a r . 3,1925
150.000 Apr. 6,1925
400.000 Apr. 17,1925
25,000 Apr. 24,1925
100.000 M a y 14,1925
30,000 M a y 16,1925
150, 000 M a y 22,1925
50,000 M a y 29,1925
250, 000 J u n e 24,1925
25,000 J u n e 30,1925
200,000 Oct. 1,1925
50,000 Oct. 10,1925
60,000 Oct. 16,1925
50, 000 Oct. 17,1925
2"), 000 Oct. 20,1925
100.000 Oc;. 22,1925
200,000 N o r . 7,1925
50, 000 Nov. 25,1925
5,1925
50,000 Dec.
25, 000 Dec. 17,1925
100,000 Dec. 29,1925
200, 000 Jan. 16,1926
18,1926
75, (300 Jan.
do._
100, 000

209

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

1932, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources including offsets
indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31, 1932
Progress of liquidation
to date of t h i s report

Book value of assets a t date of

failure
Additional

Estimated
good

Estimated Estimated
doubtful
worthless

$814, 783
310, 050
1,080, 785
750, 777
91, 391
678, 103
165, 067
63, 740
926,972
108, 961
219, 280
321, 654
95, 358
242, 350
45, 048
125, 681
1, 748, 843
17, 446
337, 212
806, 234
470, 454
393, 700
463, 871
938, 783
752, 444
1,473, 857
229,143
365, 514
183,098

$2, 013, 406
80, 899
2, 388, 710
192,169
38, 298
735, 340
270, 200
102, 694
1,226, 912
114, 304
566, 071
169, 837
41,582
299,147
175, 697
113,962
746, 250
153, 683
428,037
946, 948
32, 690
901,924
345, 544
851, 487
557, 258
2,307, 203
691,804
351, 033
331, 264

$130, 499
27, 210
47,999
32, 303
18, 935
307, 421
309, 219
205, 526
548,872
138,678
235, 987
233, 227
84,886
140,196
211,368
74,918
458, 547
91, 909
381, 524
677,140
290,148
15, 871
161, 521
265.511
344, 707
833, 221
71, 372
164, 452
164,900

67, 500
2,797,972
242, 774
1,883, 750
209, 287
100, 759
728, 525
89, 453
234, 591
39, 730
26,919
132, 279
121, 388
597. 405
566, 624
438, 483
1,916, 328
1,464
975, 738
165, 454
1, 360, 861
242, 760
686, 888
106, 552
2, 539, 757
70, 957
108, 822
201, 553
50, 137
211, 496
1,619, 895
249, 092
75, 744
83, 583
732, 522
1, 828, S91
631, 380
266,406

1, 337, 085
2,820, 497
120, 621
186, 081
93, 641
75, 474
286, 488
120, 273
66, 923
75, 311
52,930
99, 534
126, 969
223,923
5,820
263, 743
743, 757
34,182
497, 425
104, 954
87, 000
232, 165
1, 451, 826
89, 517
1, 397, 671
306, 034
289, 048
394, 798
83, 259
358, 406
420, 098
193, 265
322. 513
205, 437
397, 029
293, 071
196, 322
545, 797

2,271,292
585, 842
29, 402
182, 201
69, 001
113, 448
450, 521
23, 857
75,018
81, 382
105, 961
19, 411
21,142
351, 952
27
227, 107
585, 896
35, 385
524, 290
29, 654
208,973
43, 489
398, 048
58, 524
962, 987
198, 315
93, 098
168, 962
55, 521
115, 259
568, 726
17, 215
74, 285
76,179
180, 520
441, 108
199, 607
153, 3S2




assets
received
since
date of

Total
assessment
upon
share-

failure

$2, 071, 336
63,149
1, 056,149
168, 374
69, 327
1, 017,971
116,143
20, 950
222, 526
28,064
138,032
224,050
38,105
62,120
93,855
58, 826
303, 834
86, 815
133,929
197, 666
86. 283
62'. 633
72, 240
332, 080
184, 570
335, 402
260, 655
36, 453
102,996
1, 240,654
1,114,049
27, 622
382,132
52,115
21,311
235, 904
28, 444
90,673
19,092
26, 219
67, 091
60, 869
127, 695
327,908
217,108
290, 417
979
80, 311
23, 482
36, 276 •
44,136
215, 612
17,136
327, 773
39, 800
34, 940
74,995
12,329
127,800
331,115
70, 188
51, 208
16, 813
112, 727
91, 279
143, 646
70, 249

Total assets
and stock
assessment

holders

Cash collections

from
assets

50, 000
25, 000
100,000
150,000
35,000
200, 000
25,000
100,000
50,000
25,000
75,000
50,000
25,000
150,000
50,000
100,000
250,000
50,000
75,000
100,000
65,000
75,000
300,000
100, 000
200, 000
50,000

$5,230,024
531, 308
4, 573, 643
1,193. 623
242, 951
2,838, 835
1,010, 629
427, 910
3,125, 282
415,007
1, 259, 370
998, 768
284,931
818,813
575, 968
398, 387
3, 407, 474
399, 853
1, 380, 702
2,877, 988
929, 575
1, 449,128
1,143,176
2,452, 861
1,913,979
5, 249, 683
1, 352, 974
1,117,452
832, 258

$1, 607,171
441, &S9
3, 808, 799
822, 711
112,397
1, 036, 893
288, 270
157, 465
668, 033
200,084
349, 063
393, 945
160, 331
335, 625
272, 027
166, 468
1,698, 388
140, 380
491, 305
1,466, 702
544, 705
801, 636
501, 273
1,094, 932
1,146, 745
2, 469, 217
560, 267
550, 746
365,118

200,000
50,000
150, 000
35,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
100, 000
50,000
150, 000
400, 000
25,000
100, 000
30, 000
150,000
50, 000
250, 000
25, 000
200,000
50,000
60, 000
50,000
25, 000
100, 000
200,000
50, 000
50,000
25, 000
100,000
200, 000
75; 000
100,000

4, 916, 531
7, 518, 360
470,419
2, 784, 164
459, 044
335, 992
1, 801, 438
287, 027
517, 805
265, 515
262, 029
343,315
380, 368
1, 400,975
950, 379
1, 296, 441
3, 936, 398
97, 010
2,177, 764
353, 544
1, 843,110
612, 550
3, 002, 374
296, 729
5,428,188
665,106
585, 908
890, 308
226, 246
912, 961
3,139, 834
579, 760
573, 750
407,012
1, 522, 798
2, 854, 349
1, 245, 955
1,135,834

2, 456, 565
3, 912, 204
256, 086
1, 927, 666
155, 044
141, 448
627, 735
168, 623
341, 540
84, 454
76, 438
201,197
180, 487
757, 287
539, 423
522, 082
2,032, 270
18, 202
1, 257, 980
141, 584
1,149,181
309, 378
1, 208,104
162,176
3,030, 012
194, 897
231, 639
535, 362
102, 199
343, 251
1,991, 609
237. 964
213; 284
178, 820
959,260
1, 613. 378
504', 865
484, 335

$200, 000
50,000

Cash collections
from
stock
assessment
$149,320
25,180
28, 750
19, 291
40, 510
58, 775
3,900
107, 932
11,192
42, 548
29, 579
5,098
32, 558
9,561
9,041
52, 586
21, 787
100,000
129, 239
24, 512
26, 570
11, 224
23,660
17,975
172,180
79,472
100, 706
23, 466
81, 799
46, 210
147, 284
918
18, 579
79, 472
8,582
39, 764
29,854
20, 850
5,053
36, 068
43, 211
44,500
86, 218
315, 720
15, 703
83,471
11, 302
91, 464
31, 767
165, 014
10,198
88,920
22, 024
42, 727
12, 515
16, 700
93,110
141, 658
30,817
10, 524
6,890
78,978
38, 318
64, 645
85,196

46<
54
55
59
61
62
65
66
67
68
69
71
72
73
74
74
74
75
75
76
77
77
77
78
78
79
81
81
81
81
82
83
83
83
84
85
85
85<
86i
86'
86(
87'
88.
88
89<
90,
90(
91
91i
91<
92
92
92*
93
93
94
94
94
94
94
94
95
95
96,
97
97
97
97

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TABLE NO. 43.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
allowed together with the disposition of such collections, and various other data
Progress of liquidation to date of this report—Continued

Unpaid
balance
K. F. G.
loan

469
549
554
593
612
620
656
667
670
689
696
719
727
738
743
744
746
752
758
763
770
773
776
781
789
799
810
813
814
816
824
830
835
839
846
850
851
856
862
867
869
877
882
887
899
905
912
918
919
922
924
928
930
939
941
943
944
945
946
948
955
959
963
971
975
976
977

Offsets
allowed
and
settled

$546,326
12,908
330, 370
96,311
38.132
94, 441
17, 202
11,244
832,962
8,741
238, 671
91, 391
9,169
42,093
41.111
18, 308
387, 231
11,000
44, 199
131,021
23,295
87. 221
67, 862
84. 693
172, 689
509, 470
38,400
32, 929
43, 361
608,984
12,701
187, 339
15, 674
21, 948
76,884
42, 461
50, 586
3, 455
41, 828
28,247
26, 483
60,260
199,638
100,148
346,151
64,163
20,36.5
103, 676
41, 389
126, 232
11,004
635, 466
21, 703
17,924
54, 627
31, 781
39, 326
311, 531
49,987
16,202
21,317
114, 716
309, 363
40,933
20,968

Book
Total collecvalue of
tions from
Loss on
Book
all sources, assets comBook
value of assets
Divireincluding
pounded
remainvalue of
dends
offsets alor sold
remaining ing uncol- turned paid on
to
lowed and
under
secured
uncollected lected
unpaid
order of
stock as- shareclaims
assets
balance
court
sessment holders'
agents
R.F.C.loan
$2,302, 817 $2,870.277
479, 977
21, 561
4,139,169
434, 474
947, 772
224, 601
169, 820
67, 422
1,171, 844
999, 624
364, 247
35, 359
172,609
124, 930
1, 608, 927 1, 421, 514
220,017
89, 689
630, 282
571, 636
514, 915
463, 432
174, 598
90,431
410. 276
366.095
322. 699
178, 526
193, 817
184, 657
2,138, 205
473, 502
173,167
19S, 473
635, 504
741,015
1, 726, 962
830, 965
592, 512
311, 575
915, 427
485, 271
580, 359
470,099
1, 203, 285
428, 667
1, 337, 409
519, 545
3.150,867
666, 676
678, 139
654, 307
684, 381
294, 483
431, 945
373, 779
2, 456. 565
4, 602, 987
314,997
2, 262. 289
171, 636
181, 975
784,091
219,666
431, 890
117, 763
139,116
234, 497
243, 038
860,758
783, 561
708, 448
2, 694,141
33, 905
1, 405, 614
173, 251
1, 344, 321
382, 534
1, 499, 3.50
183, 378
3, 754, 398
238,624
292,290
602,504
150,680
475, 687
2, 444, 798
318, 768
240, 010
207,027
1,152, 954
1, 981, 059
610, 443
590.499

See footnotes at end of table.




Disposition of proceeds of liquidation

1, 238, 891
2, 797,172
151, 632
519,159
128,921
54,508
996,819
50,943
75, 679
65, 437
79, 429
88, 871
123, 398
416, 386
58, 739
179, 631
1,157,977
53,808
414, 335
140,706
197, 419
211, 783
269, 332
98, 549
393,446
364, 802
127, 268
250. 319
67, 266
430, 384
183, 537
205,356
221, 666
181, 875
348, 822
723, 378
625,157
224, 573

$6, 250
4,950

607, 877
519, 798
99, 271
2,773
91, 493

34, 304
3,954
698, 353
4,183
199, 300
3,942
779, 569
1, 304, 320
39? 294

$50, 680
24, 820
21, 250
5,709
59,490
91, 225
31,100
92,068
13,808
57, 452
20, 421
19,902
42, 442
40, 439
15,959
97,414
28,213
120, 761
25, 488
48, 430
88, 776
41, 340
57 025
127,820
20,528
99,294
26, 534

$225
20,299
54, 826
10, 740
37, 855
16, 979
7,120
8,176
3,901
21, 419
9,005
3,524
48, 824
1,994
40, 845
28, 878
26, 528
71,191
9,610

Dividends
paid on
unsecured
claims

$1, 286,325
350,159
1, 665, 722
475, 477
49,390
140,152
98, 896
384,141
12,947
136,983
249,078
66, 733
129, 523
141, 478
78,306
953, 718
94,960
99.904
855.137
119, 631
446, 216
35, 273
260,960
1,046, 330
1, 437, 336
297,166
374, 755
269,811

1, 221, 075

124, 405
93. 088

62,169
14,334
67,042
102, 579
344, 580
341, 286
20, 889
242, 834
1,148, 706
1,169, 264
33, 704
149,077

453,157
36,453
72, 598
8,230
305,958

118, 201
3,790
2,716
34,082
6,421
20,528
16, 418
10,236
20,146
29,150
19,947
13,932
56. 789
5,500
63, 782
84, 280
9,297
16,529
18, 698
58,536
18, 233
84,986
14,80?
111,080
27,976
17, 273
37 485
8,300
6,890
58,342
19,183
39,476
18,110
21,022
161, 68?
10, 355
14,804

32,300
7,980
7,200
53, 201
9,448
20, 218

6,714
15,383

6,303
80,181
2,506
6,264
15, 477

18, 499
8,598
5,040

1,208

2, 509, 269
121, 751
1, 616. 450
6,974
58,124
206,016
47,128
293,366
21, 455
51,601
163,509
156,199
357, 762
427,032
334,972
31,150,346
1,156,051
41, 621
186,192
138, 620
424, 235
146,0.50
2, 231, 719
38, 624
135, 534)
446, 442
65,706
8 353, 554
1, 209,071
73,206
25,590
136, 399
644,816
1, 452, 248
414.649
359,910

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OP THE CURRENCY

211

1932, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources including offsets
indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31, 1932—Continued
Disposition of proceeds of liquidation—Continued
Secured and
preferred
liabilities Cash adpaid except vanced in
protecthrough
dividends, tion of
including
assets
offsets
allowed
$754,094
34,228
1, 030, 259
229,236
88,643
865, 795
107,131
129,330
1,041, 275
167, 884
401, 353
186, 721
65, 891
228. 016
86,957
65, 538
944, 602
40,422
394, 556
673,015
389,858
333, 662
463, 579
707, 428
185,380
1, 509, 318
329,730
231,196
112, 055

2, 324, 602
1,894,297
167, 548
508,617
134.941
73, 740
444,066
141, 288
117,481
48, 732
63, 794
35,541
54,794
334, 481
293,145
163, 786
1, 376,048
24, 235
137,010
90, 564
1,073,929
136, 649
689, 742
13,617
1,227,072
138, 305
89,118
108, 505
52, 213
105, 707
1,063, 963
167,840
124,296
41, 525
429, 840
348, 430
132, 959
127,051

ReceivCash in
ers' sal- hands of
ary, legal comptroland other ler and
expenses receivers

$80, 660 $134, 356
89, 620
2,812
412, 632 230, 556
99,772 122,988
893
30,894
1,
87, 350
97, 411
33, 648
4,278
23, 298
216
3,459
6,209
45
11,177
2,107
15, 641
620
14,017
57,683
292
29,452
1,643
14, 593
12, 461
23, 234
475
10,501
6,710
48
4,269
1,134
2,363
357
917
19,076
104
119
29
2,803
2
5,060
43, 441
2,054
21, 221
93,050
2,767
6,262
8,262
161, 213
246
19, 255
6,757
6,212
5,067
125
7,318
33, 838
7,726
17
22,922
1,383
9,724
30, 617

130, 334
20,900
84, 238
67, 481
31,864
31, 273
65, 421
28,906
208, 388
37,165
59, 354

125, 598
41,886
77, 219
43, 782
96,067
93, 238
136, 670
50,768
61,142
43, 369
108, 095
195,152
24, 564
102, 559
13,867
36,141
61, 732
21, 698
20,924
25,979
16, 497
35,445
26, 985
100, 351
41, 827
69,060
72, 685
8,973
61,848
34, 298
54, 624
92,700
87, 605
20, 959
206, 479
36,091
37, 476
42, 490
20,366
16, 426
99, 322
34,304
49, 726
29,086
54,575
107, 375
51,903
56, 446




Amount Amount
returned of claims
to share- proved
holders
in cash

$47, 382
2, 933
$800,000

22, 390
16, 421
15, 703
15,322
1,091
588

8,661
15, 436
. 15, 856
18,849
13, 485
9,554
53, 046
34, 699
"6/787

Divi- Interest Date finally
dividends dends
closed or
(per
restored to
(per
cent)
solvency
cent)

$1,570,643 75
350,167 100
1, 595,845 100
801,184 59.07
94,800 52.1
1,002,980 15.5
511, 530 20
285,161
1,655,689 25
129,096 10
549,096 24.9
611, 635 40.62
133, 215 49.94
393, 385 35.86
310,173 45
225,699 35
1, 903, 819 50
174,953 54.1
978, 439 15
1, 500, 370 57
324,081 42.86
893, 838 49.91
682,887 9
1,532, 264 21
1,355,343 77.2
2, 850, 301 49
468, 003 63.5
468,468 80
497, 579 54.17

16.12 Oct. 31,1932
June 1,1932
Feb. 29,1932

Nov.
Jan.
Jan.

2,1931
2,1932
4,1932

June 4,1932
June 15,1932
June 30,1932
Feb.

1,1932

Oct."l7,"l932
Mar. "16,1932

23,820

7,517
5,853

1,350
4,421
24, 723
12, 789
4,026
2, 012
697
47,938
6,768
23, 314
56, 374
69,873
12, 583
8,473
12, 270
46, 625
982
27, 632
801
1,623
16,475

4, 465,581 57.85
170, 546 71.39
1, 864, 934 86.175
298, 422 5
218,112 30
1,211,904 20.69
90,107 52.3
343,511 85.4
139, 063 30
73, 718 70
258,429 62.22
176,040 88.7
744,897 48
502, 442 85
670, 789 65
1,091, 5053100
25,000
1, 647, 861 70
23
,
45
413,861 41.3
332,936 26
1,842,872 65.2
224, 003 60
3, 718,698 10
392, 902 40
338, 836 72.07
619,456 50
131,384 5 79.5
483, 464 88
1. 373, 022 29
" 244,640
8
319,923 43.2
315, 747 83.15
768, 241 74
1, 960, 301 47.61
871, 253 50
720,117

Nov.
Mar.
Dec.

2,1931
9,1932
1,1931

J u n e 16,1932
J u l y 1,1932
Oct. 1,1932
J u l y 13,1932
M a r . 1,1932

Sept. 14,1932
June "IB," 1932

Oct. 15,1932
Apr." "23," 1932

July

1,1932

Dec."~3l,"l93l

469
549
554
593
612
620
656
667
670
689
696
719
727
738
743
744
746
752
756
763
770
773
776
781
789
799
810
813
814
816
824
830
835
839
846
850
851
856
862
867
869
877
882
887
899
905
909
912
918
919
922
924
928
930
939
941
943
944
945
946
948
955
959
963
971
975
976
977

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TABLE N O . 43.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
allowed together with the disposition of such collections, and various other data

Name and location of bank3

980
982
984
985
991
995
1003
1004
1007
1010
1012
1015
1017
1018
1019
1021
1024
1026
1027
1029
1030
1031
1033
1036
1037
1049
1050
1051
1060
1061
1063
1064
1065
1067
1070
1072
1073
1075
1079
1084
1085
1091
1092
1093
1094
1095
1096
1097
1098
1100
1102
1105
1106
1107
1108
1110
1111
1112
1114
1115
1119
1122
1123
1124
1125
1128

Cando National Bank, Cando, N. Dak
First National Bank, Ada, Minn
Farmers National Bank, La Moure, N. Dak
First National Bank, Estherville, Iowa
Spirit Lake National Bank, Spirit Lake, Iowa
First National Bank, Frankfort, S. Dak
First National Bank, Shenandoah, Iowa.
_
First National Bank, Cambridge, Iowa...
First National Bank, Noblesville, Ind
First National Bank, Jonesboro, Ark
First National Bank, Barnsdall, Okla____
De Smet National Bank, De Smet, S. Dak
First National Bank, Dinuba, Calif.1
First National Bank, Cumberland, Iowa
First National Bank, Royalton, Minn
„
First National Bank, Pepin, Wis
First National Bank, Woonsocket, S. Dak
First National Bank, Eldorado, 111....
First National Bank, Waubay, S. Dak
Oakes National Bank, Oakes, N. Dak
National Farmers Bank, Owatonna, Minn
First National Bank, Veblen, S. Dak
Fanners National Bank in Lidgerwood, N. Dak
Farmers & Merchants National Bank, Merced, Calif.
First National Bank, Lake Norden, S. Dak
National Bank of Franklin, Franklin, Tenn
Farmers & Merchants National Bank, Lake City, S. C
First National Bank, Milbank, S. Dak
First National Bank, Armstrong, Iowa
Citizens National Bank, Spencer, Iowa
Clarinda National Bank, Clarinda, Iowa
First National Bank, Marked Tree, Ark
First National Bank, Leeds, N. Dak
Farmers National Bank, Brookings, S. Dak
First National Bank, Alta, Iowa
Planters National Bank, Honey Grove, Tex
First National Bank, Malvern, Iowa
First National Bank, Haleyville, Ala
National Bank of Oakesdale, Oakesdale, Wash
First National Bank, Plattsmouth, Nebr
Citizens National Bank, Ortonville, Minn
First National Bank, Cardwell, Mo
First National Bank, Nevada, Iowa
First National Bank, Argyle, Minn.
First National Bank, Boyceville, Wis
Citizens National Bank, Commerce, Tex
Citizens National Bank, Lone Oak, Tex
First National Bank, Beardsley, Minn
Farmers National Bank, Ked Lake Falls, Minn
First National Bank, Biggsville, 111.1--..
First National Bank, Edgeley, N. Dak
First National Bank, Britt, Iowa
First National Bank, Montevideo, Minn
First National Bank, Clinton, Minn...
Citizens National Bank, Albert Lea, Minn
First National Bank, Marengo,Iowa
First National Bank, Allegan, Mich
Farmers & Merchants National Bank, Mount Morris, Pa..
First National Bank, Rush City, Minn
Central National Bank, Marietta, Ohio
First National Bank, Belle Plaine, Iowa
First National Bank, Dunbar, Pa
First National Bank, Hartley, Iowa
First National Bank, Lepanto, Ark..
Provident National Bank, Waco, Tex.i
First National Bank of Benson, Hollsopple, Pa
First National Bank, Sheldon, Iowa
First National Bank, Columbia City, Ind

See footnotes at end of table.




Capital
stock at
date of
failure

Dato receiver
appointed

$25,000 Feb, 6,1926
50,000 Feb. 10,1926
50,000 Feb. 25,1926
100,000 Feb. 27,1926
50,000 Mar. 23,1926
25,000 Apr. 12,1926
50,000 May 13,1926
80,000 May 22,1926
62,500 June 3,1926
100,000 Juno 4,1926
25,000 June 22,1926
50,000 July 6,1926
200,000 July 9,1926
25,000 July 22,1926
do.
25,000
25,000 July 23,1926
50,000
do
50,000 Aug. 6,1926
25,000 Aug. 20,1926
25,000 Sept. 4,1926
75,000 Sept. 10,1926
40,000 Sept. 18,1926
25,000 Sept. 21,1926
100,000 Sept. 23,1926
35,000 Oct. 5,1926
100,000 Oct. 18,1926
100,000
do.
50,000 Nov. 15,1926
50,000 Nov. 17,1926
100,000 Nov. 19,1926
50,000 Nov. 29,1926
50,000 Nov. 30,1926
25,000 Dec. 1,1926
50,000 Dec. 3,1926
do
50,000
100,000 Dec. 6f 1926
50,000 Dec. 10,1926
25, 000 Dec. 17,1926
25,000 Dec. 21,1926
50,000
do
25,000 Jar,. 4,1927
50,000 Jar.. 8,1927
75,000 Jan. 10,1927
50, 000 Jan. 18,1927
25, 000
do
50,000 Jan. 20,1927
25,000
do..
25,000 Jart. 21,1927
25,000 Jan. 24,1927
50,000 Jan. 31,1927
85.000
do.
50,000 Feb. 1,1927
50,000 Feb. 5,1927
25,000 Feb. 10,1927
50,000 Feb. 18,1927
65,000
do...
50,000 _.._do
25,000 Feb. 21,1927
50,000
do
300,000 Feb. 24,1927
60, 000 Mir. 3,1927
50,000 Mir. 7,1927
75,000 Mir. 22,1927
35, 000 Mar. 25,1927
300,000 Mar. 26,1927
75, 000 Mar. 28,1927
150,000 Mar. 29,1927
100,000 Mar. 31,1927

213

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

1982, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments , amounts collected from all sources including offsets
indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31, 1932-—Continued
Book value of assets at date of
failure

•Progress of liquidation

to date of this report

Additional

Estimated
good

Estimated Estimated
doubtful

worthless

$116,956
110,663
55, 311
368, 560
290, 605
74, 551
535, 529
259, 692
297, 234
229, 374
182, 269
167, 239
397
56,050
145, 778
135,932
150, 314
248, 020
33, 334
74, 486
656, 612
40, 342
139,590
278, 992
84, 671
213, 255
308, 687
246, 562
111, 692
176, 889
327, 800
33, 860
64,314
568, 348
205, 712
202, 663
122, 241
48, 872
35, 632
106, 463
136, 446
9,306
104, 762
32, 742
83,976
33,944
46, 953
129, 615
56,001

$239, 772
254, 692
106, 003
351, 584
409, 078
159, 555
377, 004
252, 737
124, 043
277, 776
59, 798
227, 373
2,219
84, 815
165, 489
128, 487
137,140
157,132
92, 297
168,189
885, 553
107, 964
185, 902
658, 287
155,619
286, 596
309, 764
165, 347
284, 974
201, 002
261, 480
143,751
70, 332
454, 379
310,194
201, 531
110, 206
97, 747
31, 502
184, 204
153, 619
97, 536
153, 335
181, 364
80, 986
137,993
64, 687
131, 605
60, 794

$72,261
140,919
87,969
63,229
58, 412
53, 549
227, 526
143, 442
29, 244
198, 077
87, 630
142, 256
197, 448
57,293
93,123
3,151
34, 364
58,009
84, 369
27,065
67, 493
75, 036
17, 227
436, 698
44,651
239, 088
193,358
47, 850
35, 346
376, 700
198, 543
75, 547
34,490
94,463
55, 057
52, 921
108,100
13,999
42,923
103, 238
61,801
26, 359
163, 565
45, 759
28, 623
20, 229
8,879
18,148
70, 934

112,595
213, 518
220, 693
67,100
523,039
225, 653
426, 298
241, 396
174, 063
1, 406, 902
337, 743
266, 910
123, 687
20,127

201, 321
590,163
378, 541
138, 357
438, 983
509, 479
80, 065
110, 423
145, 369
808, 391
444, 734
163,121
221,179
86, 094

24, 877
49, 886
151, 201
19, 759
26, 337
119,445
248, 461
39, 348
122, 590
347,892
243, 669
28, 015
118,202
46, 731

1

73, 975
794, 076
498, 470

123,176
10, 492
188, 005

109,803
346, 669
512, 727




assets
received
since
date of
failure

$100, 08S
93,588
21, 433
131, 046
82, 598
30,131
427, 862
111, 626
38, 803
41, 894
32, 235
42,116
135, 465
69, 166
43, 642
26, 563
29, 396
84,135
25, 748
32,903
250, 507
46, 596
23,123
381, 710
23, 874
174, 932
62, 345
91, 957
38, 054
89,184
40,195
67, 874
15, 401
93, 218
149, 408
20, 953
47, 372
3,244
13, 555
23, 376
42, 001
5, 272
95, 751
18, 649
19, 974
23, 550
7,737
32, 780
28, 701
65
56, 355
58, 453
41, 097
48, 089
105, 247
142, 706
50, 897
27, 412
48, 213
143, 825
118, 488
43, 557
74, 326
9,431
1,630
7,965
223, 245
97,906

Total
assessment
upon
share-

Total assets
and stock
assessment

iJUiii."ro

$25, 000
50,000
50,000
100, 000
•50, 000
25,000
50,000
80,000
62, 500
100, 000
25,000
50,000
200,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
75,000
40,000
25,000
100,000
35,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
75,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
85,000
50,000
50, 000
25,000
50,000
65,000
50, 000
25, 000
50, 000
300,000
60,000
50,000
75,000
35,000
300, 000
75,000
150,000
100, 000

$554, 077
649, 862
320, 716
1,014, 419
890, 693
342, 786
1,617,921
847,497
551, 824
847, 121
386, 932
628,984
535, 529
292, 324
473, 032
319,133
401, 214
597, 296
260, 748
327, 643
1,935,165
309,938
390, 842
1,855,687
343, 815
1,013,871
974,154
601, 716
520,066
943, 775
878, 018
371, 032
209,537
1, 260, 408
770, 371
578, 068
437, 919
188, 862
148, 612
467, 281
418, 867
188, 473
592,413
328, 514
238, 559
265, 716
153, 256
337,148
241, 430
50, 065
480,148
962,020
841, 532
298, 305
1,143, 606
1,062,283
855, 721
443, 579
540, 235
3,007,010
1,204, 634
551, 603
612, 394
197, 383
301 630
389, 919
1, 524, 482
1, 397,108

Cash collections
from
assets

$240, 423
279,905
105,788
498,930
398, 709
97,189
680, 883
278, 743
327, 291
383, 474
177, 643
309,027
141, 518
108, 526
207, 524
150,929
204, 745
282,159
61, 646
112,987
972,150
146,592
248, 227
920,108
170,184
474,974
349, 212
307,116
225, 975
419, 492
356, 393
61,134
105, 330
866, 540
369, 750
223, 254
191, 461
93, 320
78,474
195, 658
239, 438
65, 846
202, 743
67, 365
127, 322
107,125
53, 519
210, 700
122,150
65
231,771
467,947
391, 865
155, 242
730, 506
564,149
428, 769
245, 513
278, 638
1, 837,114
589,106
278, 909
284, 052
52, 596
1,630
137, 790
840, 533
780, 614

Cash collections
from
stock
assessment
$4,498
8,419
40, 737
26, 285
26, 653
9,369
50, 000
45,480
53,677
56, 727
10, 908
29, 541
142,971
13, 495
11,914
11, 306
23,811
43,078
6,500
11,211
21,176
23,004
17,975
48, 845
25,073
85,941
75,443
13, 952
4,690
55, 680
23,825
9, 43&
21,196
40, 381
40, 569'
74,114
29, 295
14, 388
9,254
12,888
25,000
11,873
44, 335
14,452
14,116
27, 361
11, 499
6,177
6,363
44, 501
67,636
30,891
20,532
11, 591
31,404
43, 693
19,783
23, 275
21,945
173, 306
19,983
27,490
11,438
15, 830
282, 700
34, 566
41, 924
63, 272

980
982
984
985
991
995
998
999
1003
1004
1007
1010
1012
1015
1017
1018
1019
1021
1024
1026
1027
1029
1030
1031
1033
1036
1037
1049
1050
1051
1060
1061
1063
1064
1065
1067
1070
1072
1073
1075
1079
1084
1085
1091
1092
1093
1094
1095
1096
1097
1098
1100
1102
1105
1106
1107
1108
1110
1111
1112
1114
1115
1119
1122
1123
1124
1125
1128

214

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 43.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 81,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
allowed together with the disposition of such collections, and various other data
Progress of liquidation to date of this report—Continued

Unpaid
balance
R. F. C.
loan

980
982
984
985
991
995
998
999
1003
1004
1007
1010
1012
1015
1017
1018
1019
1021
1024
1026
1027
1029
1030
1031
1033
1036
1037
1049
1050
1051
1060
1061
1063
1064
1065
1067
1070
1072
1073
1075
1079
1084
1085
1091
1092
1093
1094
1095
1096
1097
1098
1100
1102
1105
1106
1107
1108
1110
1111
1112
1114
1115
1119
1122
1123
1124
1125
1128

Offsets
allowed
and
settled

Total collecBook
tions from Loss on
Book value ot
all sources, assets com
Book
value of
Diviincluding pounded value of remainredends
offsets alor sold remaining ing uncol- turned paid on
lowed and
to
secured
under uncollected lected
unpaid
stock as- share- claims
assets
order of
balance
sessment holders'
court
R.F.C.loan
agents

$22, 748
24,929
17, 784
45,832
41, 595
6,083
90,661
27, 240
23,163
30,171
54, 349
31,168
8,611
11, 716
9,280
13,073
58, 308
3,282
15, 766
127, 312
6,220
20,998
94, 674
18,799
90, 593
85, 478
26,440
16,950
56, 395
60,105
71,548
13,082
88,626
38,534
32,892
30,077
5,814

3,321
25,138
21, 512
9,072
22,754
7,270
12,972
12, 572
9,080
10, 925
8,109
17, 471
29,098
41, 763
9,760
68, 820
36, 854
24, 418
20,044
16, 374
109, 580
57, 471
33, 079
45, 531
10, 447

$267, 669
313, 253
164,309
571,047
466, 957
112, 641
821, 544
351, 463
404,131
470, 372
242,900
369, 736
284, 489
130,632
231,154
171, 515
241,629
383, 545
71, 428
139, 964
1,120, 638
175, 816
287,200
1,063,627
214,056
651, 508
510, 133
347,508
247, 615
531, 567
440, 323
142,120
139,608
985, 547
448,853
330,260
250, 833
113, 522
91,049
233, 684
285, 950
86,791
269, 832
89,087
154,410
147,058
74,098
227,802
136, 622
44,566
316, 878
527,936
454,160
176, 593
830, 730
644, 696
472, 970
288, 832
316, 957
2,120, 000
666,560
339, 478
341, 021
78, 873
284, 330
188, 529
992, 84:
915, 77:

16,173
110,390
71,886
See footnotes at end of table.




Disposition of proceeds of liquidation

$265,906
295,028
73, 308
369, 657
400,389
206,916
134, 72"
461, 514
138, 870
12. 362
129,940
63, 412
194, 011
150,18"
228,792
19,989
46, 470
206,829
138, 206
43, 832
304,691
115, 748
56, 792
190,23
119, 832
347, 585
146, 651
50,194
227,141
354,004
97,599
52,814
17,251
28, 236
311,887
221,922
11,802
15,114
41,8r
56, 742
35, 976
63,555
291,916
203,879
49,252
96.019
65,65"
25, 475
86,133

$73,836
7,598
661,650
321,114
~I75,~377

113.935
86,926
32 614
130, 058
456, 012
1,378
39, 825
550,668
719
292, 813
167,966
13, 884
313,921
135, 536
48,874
237,006
200
154, 579
49, 614
"139,743
96,941

24,013
65,048
38

12, 894
191,987
357,904
19,94"
101, 096
396, 280
75, 278
580
54, 601
760, 316

133,012
222,988

, '78
207, 811
28, 964

155, 837

160,956
268,974
73,7"-

88, 356
193,184
277,256
152, 442
140,622

70, 376
154, 585
370,833

$20,502
41, 581
9,263
""
73, 715
23,34
15, 631
34, 520
8,823
43,27r
14,092
20,459
57,029
11,505
13,086
13,694
26,189
6,922
18,500
13, 789
53,824
16,996
7,025
51,155
9,927
14,059
24, 557
36,048
45,310
44, 320
26,175
40,562
3,804
9,619
9,431
25,886
20,705
10, 61:
15,746
37,112

$37, 366
3,018
2,000
11,689
23,831
11, 322
7,006
130, 908

5,361
37, 75;
1,170
1,304
5, 431
11, 298
10, 843
7,565
1,409
317

38,490
4,200

"16," 712
38,127
30,665
35,548
10,884
22,639
13,501

18, 823
18,637
5,499
17,364
19,109
29,468
13,409
18,596
21, 307
30,21'
1,725
28,055
126, 694
40,017
22,510
63, 562
19,170
17,300
40,434
108,076
36,728

11,497

928|

7,035
16,315
1,1"

Dividends
paid on
unsecured
claims

$93,313
224,644
106,059
155, 224
201.217
27,783
211,004
99,318
251,746
142, 391
107,953
174, 585
81,~526
128.871
119,685
100,583
138, 353
28,409
27, 804
667, 3S5
84,468
117,829
463, 589
157,784
301,988
268,071
134,102
57,588
243,992
217, 516
8,417
92,018
580,669
293, 426
147,912
131,182
38,307
44,539
116, 370
121,799
12,478
168,205
21,866
111,341
51,110
31,406
175.376
45,366
41,500
233, 280
281.377
231,156
81,555
597,368
520,259
206,411
190,991
207,222
* 1,846,001
391,899
271,7 "
168,031
29,227
274,000
106.218
531,862
621,939

BEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

215

1932, dates of appointment of receivers and final closingy with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources including offsets
indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31, 1932—Continued
Disposition of proceeds of liquidation—Continued
Secured and
preferred
Cash in
liabilities Cash ad- Keceivpaid except vanced in ers' sal- hands of
through
protec- ary, legal comptroldividends, tion of and other ler and
including
assets expenses receivers
offsets
allowed
$145,202
42,388
28,400
327,413
203,013
42,259
407,641
198,988
119,981
245, 111
87,862
140,184
135,886
30,061
69,094
22,940
99,152
159,853
21,832
56,029
306,007
50, 787
105,220
427,802
38,639
261,117
172, 324
150,759
165, 421
214,159
166,893
115,471
27,339
289,883
110, 979
110, 714
76,967
44,775
28,990
68,584
106,438
60,634
73,951
39,608
13,108
74,957
29,010
16,278
46,623
27,040
188, 285
173,867
60,118
139,867
73,359
147,592
46,779
51,924
246,835
209,565
33,678
140,236
31,895
36,861
367, 525
169,926

$2,810
11,106
6,654
10,538
19,195
14,771
66,527
4,255
279
2,297
13
66
6,517
4,715
1,326
2,657
1,909
31, 537
2,068
130

27,053
1.066

904
1,792
1,326
12, 318
8,294
81
3,543
20,273
3,585
4,933
12,452
7,359
1,164
274

715
68
763
204

3,520
52

11,347
5,273
919
5,848
5,311
11,400
11,692
5,550
11,215
3
989
825

1,406
1,367
11,115
1,589
36, 233

$26,344
35,115
22,043
40,506
43, 532
20,706
97,891
37, 213
32,125
50,958
35,750
39,689
17 695
19,045
27,672
19,228
26,927
44,925
13, 324
36,799
101, 415
23,809
35,966
89, 456
16, 567
55, 345
52, 716
38,323
21,871
40,451
33, 311
15, 310
14,068
55, 565
40,704
28,211
23,062
15,105
13, 320
32,055
37,471
13, 679
26,961
16,048
19,969
20,787
13,682
24,255
22,191
3,066
41,665
33,182
48,218
20,786
72,404
39,678
54,222
34,252
32,344
27,161
64,107
23, 566
24, 313
16,198
2,063
18,020
49,060
69, 402

147796°—33




15

$1,153
4,106
36,481
5,784
8,206

4,947
8,275
6,693
16,119
14,294
9, 253
16,757
55, 727
22,199
16,118
14, 967
20,647
13,441
2,524
2,640
39,157
159

7,170
7,976
15, 511
9,256
9,229
8,373
16,500
3,546
19,819
7,358
15,780
53,053
11,260
14,252
9,690
186

8,267
41,121
18, 272

Amount Amount
returned of claims
to share- proved
holders
in cash

Divi- Interest Date finally
dividends dends
closed or
(per
restored to
(per
cent)
solvency
cent)

$259, 214 36
•417, 550 53.8
176, 460 60
335,986 46.2
527,162 38 17
248, 755 12
600,953 35
372, 527 26.57
256, 283 98.2
358, 235 40
221,337 52.7
317, 371 55
202,081 65.409
141,834 57.48
313,861 41.06
230,168 52
167,743 60
322, 253 49
167,112 17
191,869 15
1, 259.181 53
129, 940 65
226, 298 55
1, 029,540 45
213, 426 73.93
629,105 48
536,172 50
243, 870 55
238 669 24 13
406,530 60
545,133 40
87, 344 10
115,031 80
794,107 73
414, 448 70.80
183,860 80.45
201,828 Co
109, 455 35
65,500 68
258, 709 45
219, 358 55
27, 728 45
248, 471 67.7
125,115 17. 74
159,067 70
63, 413 80.6
69,023 45.5
240, 242 73
113, 416 40
50,835 81 63
245, 543 95
625, 359 45
556,630 41.52
148,175 55
796, 263 75
718, 299 72.43
516,129 40
293, 833 65
345, 370 60
1,846,001 '100
747, 756 52 41
325, 583 83
226, 641 74 14
97,422 30
301, 754 90.8
214,048 57. 25
663,013 80
956,877 65

June 9,1932
June 1,1932
Sept. 23,1932
do
Feb. 1,1932
Aug. 10,1932
Dec. 31,1931
Dec. 1,1931
Mar. 15,1932
June 15,1932
Feb. 12,1932

Dec.

9,1931

Dec. 11,1931

Jan. 16,1932
Mar. 9,1932
Nov. 2,1931
Dec. 31,1931
Nov. 2,1931
Oct. 20,1932
Oct. 1,1932
Fab 16 1932
July

1,1932

June 15,1932

Aug. 22,1932
Dec 31 1931
June

1 1932

Mar. 2,1932

930
982
984
983
991
995
998
999
1003
1004
1007
1010
1012
1015
1017
1018
1019
1021
1024
1028
1027
1029
1030
1031
1033
1036
1037
1049
1050
lOol
1060
1061
1063
1064
1065
1067
1070
1072
1073
1075
1079
1034
1085
1091
1092
1093
1094
1095
1096
1097
1098
1100
1102
1105
1106
1107
1108
1110
1111
1112
1114
1115
1119
1122
1123
1124
1125
1123

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TABLE NO. 43.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent therett
allowed together with the disposition of such collections^ and various other dat

Name and location of banks

1130 First National Bank, Lake Worth, Fla.-_
1131 First National Bank, Lake Mills, Iowa.
1133 First National Bank, Bend, Oreg
1136 First National Bank, Biwabik, Minn
1138 City National Bank in Kearney, Nebr
1139 Laurel National Bank, Laurel, Nebr
1140 Farmers & Merchants National Bank, Alcester, S. Dak
1141 First National Bank, Grafton, N . Dak_
_
1144 First National Bank, Chowchilla, Calif
1145 Merchants National Bank, Greene, Iowa
1146 First National Bank, Kennebec, S. Dak
1148 First National Bank, Spencer, Iowa.__
1151 Peoples National Bank, Waukon, Iowa
1152 First National Bank, East Grand Forks, Minn
1153 Fayette City National Bank, Fayette City, Pa-..-—•
_
1154 First National Bank, Webster, Pa
1155 National Bank of Fayetteville, Fayetteville, N . C
1156 First National Bank, Bishop, Calif
1157 Citizens National Bank, Waynesburg, Pa
1159 First National Bank, Sheridan, Ind. 1
_
1161 First National Bank, Inwood, Iowa
__
1165 Central National Bank, Kearney, Nebr. 1
1166 City National Bank of Kearney, Kearney, Nebr. 1
1167 First National Bank, Mallard, Iowa
1171 National Bank of Lagrange, Lagrange, Ind
-_
1172 First National Bank, Swea City, Iowa
1175 National State Bank, Stockton, Kans._
1176 National Bank of West Palm Beach, West Palm Beach, Fla..
1177 First National Bank, New Cumberland, W. Va
1179 First National Bank, Checotah, Okla
1180 First National Bank, Hope, N . Dak
1181 First National Bank, Manning, S. C
1186 New Georgia National Bank, Albany, Ga
1187 First National Bank, Minnewaukan, N. Dak
1188 First National Bank, Greenville, Tex.i__
1189 First National Bank, Mullens, W. Va
1192 First National Bank, Delta, Utah i
1201 Astoria National Bank, Astoria, Oreg_
1203 Farmers National Bank, Phillipsburg, Kans
__.
1206 New First National Bank in Springfield, Mo
__.
1208 First National Bank, Carrington, N. Dak
.._
_
1209 First National Bank, Osborne, Kans
_
_.
1210 First National Bank, Toronto, S. Dak
1211 First National Bank, St. George, S. C
1213 Commercial National Bank, Statesville, N. C_._
_
1214 First National Bank, Bristow, Okla.
_
1215 First National Bank, Stewardson, I1L_
_
_.
1216 First National Bank, Ayoca, Minn
1217 First National Bank, Rice, M i n n . . .
1218 American National Bank, Sarasota, Fla
1220 First National Bank, Moweaqua, 111
1221 First National Bank, Marshalltown, Iowa
_
_
1222 First National Bank, Arcadia, Ind
1225 First National Bank, Calexico, Calif
1226 First National Bank, Denton, Tex.
.
1227 First National Bank, Plainview, Nebr
1228 Lake County National Bank, Madison, S. Dak.
_
1230 Citizens National Bank, Woonsocket, R. I
1231 First National Bank, Dublin, Ga
_
_
1232 First National Bank, Aledo, 111
1235 Carolina National Bank, Darlington, 1S. C
1236 First National Bank, Farmland, Ind.
_
1237 Lamar National Bank, Lamar, S. C
1238 Hartington National Bank, Hartington, Nebr
1239 First National Bank, Cheraw, S. C._
1240 First National Bank, Dunn, N. C
1241 Farmers National Bank, Wakefield, Nebr
1242 Fourth National Bank, Macon, Ga
1243 First National Bank, Richland Center, Wis
1245 First National Bank, Warren, Ind
See footnotes at end of table.




Capital
stock at
date of
failure

Date receive]
appointed

$100,000 Apr. 2,1927
50,000 Apr. 8,1927
100,000 Apr. 29,1927
25,000 May 10,1927
150,000 May 14,1927
65,000
do—.--.
50,000 May 17,1927
50,000 May 25,1927
25,000 May 28,1927
50,000 June 4,1927
50,000 June 20,1927
150,000 June 25,1927
125,000 July 19,1927
50,000 July 28,1927
75,000
do
25,000 Aug. 8,1927
100,000 Aug. 12,1927
50,000 Aug. 15,1927
500,000 Aug. 17,1927
75,000 Aug. 18,1927
50,000 Sept. 6,1927
50, 000 Sept. 30,1927
100,000
do
25,000 Oct. 3,1927
100,000 Oct. 24,1927
25,000 Oct. 29,1927
50, 000 Nov. 14,1927
100,000 Nov. 18,1927
50,000 Nov. 21,1927
50,000 Dec. 1,1927
50,000 Dec. 12,1927
50,000 Dec. 14,1927
200,000 Ian. 4,192*
25?000 Ian. 6,192*
150,000 Jan. 11,1926
25,000 Jan. 16,192*
30,000 Jan. 23,192$
200. 000 Feb. 24,192*
60, 000 Mar. 2,1922
125,000 Mar. 17,192*
50,000 Mar. 26,192*
50,000 Mar. 30,1921
25,000 Apr. 3,1Q2J
50,000
do
100, 000 Apr. 19,192!
50,000 Apr. 25,1921
25, 000 May 1,192:
25,000 May 6,192;
25,000 May 12,192
100, 000 May 15,192
75,000 May 23,192
200,000 June 11,192
25,000 July 3,192
300,000 July 24,192
50,000 Aug. 15,192
40,000 Aug. 22,192
75,000 Aug. 29,192
100,000 Sept. 18,192
200,000 Sept. 24,192
50,000 Sept. 27,192
100,000 Nov. 2,195
40, 000 Nov. 3,1&
25,000 Nov. 9,195
40,000 Nov. 13,191
50,000! Nov. 14,19S
50,000
do-.
50,000 Nov. 21,192
500,000 Nov. 26,19:
50,000
do
25,000 Dec. 7,19:

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

217

198%, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources including offsets
indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31, 1932—Continued
Book value of assets at date of
failure

Progress of liquidation
to date of this report
Auuicionai

Estimated
good

Estimated
doubtful

Estimated
worthless

$497,533
260,124
689,716
86,211
1,643, 546
345, 851
240,680
450,675
155, 469
169,745
134,982
613,042
473, 901
215,106
654,918
69,926
249,206
330, 486
1,841, 822
41,194
136, 331
172, 991
723, 745
188,884
144,047
249, 554
209, 322
169, 456
161, 392
81,455
187, 387
113,710
633,460
93,810

$184, 335
53, 320
333,688
79,928
21,783
155,713
97, 892
280, 775
62, 428
124, 574
8,274
55,375
223,916
45,609
1,042, 404
137,072
619,658
91,002
479,048
31,768
94,673
156, 647
455,091
5,405
176, 311
64,108
143, 374
55, 398
392, 001
42, 363
84,371
88,220
318,088
4,691

149, 568

87,107

1, 296, 515
47,200
323,105
79,235
85, 559
95.992
68,044
769,917
380,301
152,372
45, 385
91,198
310,931
233,863
908,443
122.205
846,745
151, 744
117, 512
238,383
580,971
277, 770
421, 553
248,066
10,159
19,831
174, 700
60, 535
203,073
187, 282
8,123, 464
153,637

953, 690
226,463
321,868
291,387
240, 239
109, 552
272, 817
195,038
245,257
105,545
128,714
88,058
260,082
114,097
807,084
102,141
151,541
- 128,337
229,458
196, 325
703,792
911,439
98,004
361,998
57,042
166,462
243,428
131, 274
84, 614
264,963
1,070,097
463,144
63,659

22, 244
40 359
445,399
13,293
128,764
60,297
91, 593
20, 578
30,184
106,718
73,177
197.412
79,176
23,842
100,369
174,664
127,382
12,554
106,191
104,273
41,285
103, 740
122,891
561,448
97,699
115,736
44,718
2,494
38,088
110, 309
80, 343
112,196
938, 815
204,104
32,768

$938, 698
173, 318
421, 441
182, 311
675,280
200,309
136, 778
227, 724
43, 316
60,231
19,043
245,121
98,784
279, 559
458, 944
165, 808
1,720, 495
306,184
3,369, 712
14, 903
62, 052
2,534
33,792
77,196
430,166
102, 572
109, 777
258, 828
115, 516
186, 513
43,061
109,001
568, 491
83, 262

105, 789




assets
received
since
date of
failure

$398, 704
101,187
93,268
52,959
88,070
83, 414
100, 743
32,143
36,416
38,460
46, 662
321, 453
90,771
76,045
88,344
17,156
171,191
302,027
637,606
5,175
82,878
20,051
57, 884
55, 771
68, 885
39,170
87, 839
43,294
48, 473
27,014
55,693
9,244
141,627
38,298
7,005
11,012
25
163, 373
145, 494
22, 588
124,780
80, 448
96,506
48, 750
165,691
131,134
31,725
38,751
25,020
42,869
41,130
285, 230
42,130
253,184
72,305
47,206
34, 615
71, 039
82, 471
34,031
90,460
1,493
7,128
90, 713
35,168
52, 507
90,052
288,843
173,182
20,857

Total
assessment
upon
snare*
iioiUGro

$100,000
50,000
100,000
25,000
150,000
65,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
150,000
125,000
50,000
75,000
25,000
100,000
50,000
75,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
200,000
25,000
150,000
25,000
30 000
200,000
50,000
125, 000
50,000
50,000
25, 000
50,000
100,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
75,000
200,000
25,000
50,000
40,000
75,000
100,000
200,000
50,000
100, 000
40,000
25,000
40,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
500,000
50,000
25,000

Total assets
and stock
assessment

$2,119,270
637,949
1,638,113
426,409
2,578,679
850, 287
626,093
1,021,317
322, 629
443, 010
258,961
1,384,991
1,012,372
666, 319
2, 319,610
414,962
2,860, 550
1,079,699
6,328,188
168,040
425,934
402, 223
1,370, 512
352, 256
919, 409
480,404
600, 312
626,976
767,382
387, 345
420, 512
370,175
1,861,666
245,061
157 005
294,931
70 384
3,058] 977
482, 450
921,325
605,699
547,839
347,628
469, 79.5
1, 337, 364
879. 869
512, 054
317,026
253,118
814, 251
638, 754
2,328, 139
304.030
1,357 661
506, 659
475,461
648,063
1, 578, 693
2, 033,128
701, 287
916, 260
153. 412
220,915
586,929
387, 286
470, 537
704, 493
10,921, 224
1, 044, 067
248.073

Cash collections
from
assets

$818,625
261,711
702,726
246, 324
1,191,064
394,930
329,994
465,350
214,501
142,930
57, 782
712, 472
328,847
415, 364
652,962
175,992
1, 342, 583
482,956
4, 206, 869
39,162
138,178
89,125
294, 384
167, 410
495, 446
195, 329
279,733
279,080
153,001
239,695
215,614
104,064
730,975
116, 374
5,080
158,742
984
1, 697, 586
229, 590
333,689
234,089
268.152
157,002
205,528
788,133
356,670
155,158
176,075
171,088
313,794
312,113
1,159,104
186, 351
312, 319
264,857
204,738
309,622
900,409
832, 457
395, 612
368, 528
45, 257
65,236
298, 521
91,546
179,144
417, 303
7, 420, 451
315,112
132,182

Cash collections
from
stock
assessment
$75,702
4,607
39,664
10,557
85,645
26,404
28,788
30,235
10,250
12,165
4,564
96,387
107,172
15,673
34,325
9,440
87,158
9,275
66,875
31,328
9,368
17,684
15,478
93,200
9,842
23,406
28,066
14,557
10,870
15,884
21,788
175, 389
17, 225
105 259
2, 526
13 980
123] 863
29,326
20,485
17,724
7,765
8,433
11,983
72,038
7,000
5,989
12,237
8,316
48,714
17,882
142,034
18,154
20, 602
8,016
52,369
91,196
75,665
33,043
45,025
29, 750
18, 635
25,611
23,644
25,608
11, 865
281, 365
42, 585
600

1130
1131
1133
1136
1138
1139
1140
1141
1144
1145
1146
1148
1151
1152
1153
1154
1155
1156
1157
1159
1161
1165
1166
1167
1171
1172
1175
1176
1177
1179
1180
1181
1186
1187
1188
1189
1192
1201
1203
1206
1208
1209
1210
1211
1213
1214
1215
1216
1217
1218
1220
1221
1222
1225
1226
1227
1228
1230
1231
1232
1235
1236
1237
1238
1239
1240
1241
1242
1243
1245

218

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 43.—National banks in charge of receivers daring year ended October 3l
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereU
allowed together with the disposition of such collections^ and various other dat
Progress of liquidation to date of this report—Continued

Unpaid
balance
R. F. C.
loan

Offsets
allowed
and
settled

Total collections from Loss on j
all sources, assets com- Book
including pounded
value of
or sold remaining
offsets alunder
lowed and
uncollected
order of
unpaid
assets
court
balance
R.F.C.loan

$1, 206, 934
289, 507
894, 828
297, 965
1,445,120
451, 227
385, 304
539, 198
252, 766
158, 077
2,982
87, 412
25, 066
871, 372
62, 513
470, 528
34, 509
27. 519
458. 556
72, 262
759, 549
12, 034
197, 466
207, 345 1,637,"'
136, 600
628, 831
4, 206, 869
106, 03^
10, 894
180, 400
2,754
101, 247
3,565
315, 633
10, 943
193, 831
39, 678
628, 324
29, 419
234, 590
17, 812
320, 951
37, 330
344, 4"
48, 238
215, 796
12, 961
263, 526
14, 883
246, 381
6,378
132, 230
44, 41"
950, 781
13, 805
147,404
110, 339
25, 853
187,121
14, 964
116,422 1, 937, 871
15, 825
274, 741
63,
418, 056
32, 054
283,
21, ~"
297, 790
9,788
175, 223
66,240
283, 751
159,838 1,020,007
36,161
399, 831
26,133
187, 280
14,860
203,172
7,1
186, 579
15, 615
378,123
41, 770
371, 765
181,434 1, 482, 572
9,513
214,018
10, 741
323, 060
20,163
305, 622
16,191
228, 945
35,036
397, 027
120,099
1, 111, 704
103,180
1, 011, 302
30, 635
459, 290
73, 774
487, 327
75,007
5,984
89, 855
331, 039
6,907
145,035
29,845
247,135
42, 383
468, 844
39, 676
976, 277 8, 678, 093
43,007
400, 704
143, 368
10, 586
See footnotes at end of table.

1130
1131
1133
1136
1138
1139
1140
1141
1144
1145
1146
1148
1151
1152
1153
1154
1155
1156
1157
1159
1161
1165
1166
1167
1171
1172
1175
1176
1177
1179
1180
1181
1186
1187
1188
1189
1192
1201
1203
1206
1208
1209
3210
1211
1213
1214
1215
1216
1217
1218
1220
1221
1222
1225
1226
1227
1228
1230
1231
1232
1235
1236
1237
1238
1239
1240
1241
1242
1243
1245

$312, 60:
23,189
152, 438
41, 084
168,411
29.893
26, 522
43, 613
28, 015




$284, 392
303, 049
667, 741
114, 001
1,059, 113
360, 464
60, 188
397, 611
39, 538
247, 098
126, 113
455. 059
137, 697
39,281
1, 519, 366
201,906
1, 210, 622
15, 148
586, 743
53, 878
60,244
260, 344
972, 563
148. 903
284, 285
230, 656
251, 730
210, 566
30, 739
4,711
44, 969
209,733
232, 226
13, 741
1, 925
45
39,400
242, 338
187,035
391, 019
6,029
207, 814
29, 927
148,02^
2,446
2,800
305, 763
101, 091
49, 855
384, 842
209,871
781,173
16, 052
20, 672
26, 357
90, 233
61,438
115, 335
82, 707
10, 885
57, 367
68,155
24, 568
82, 066
18,120
199,010
104,304
870,499
102,139
14,493

Disposition of proceeds of liquidation

Book
Book value of
value of assets
Diviremaindends
reing uncol- turned paid on
lected
secured
to
stock as- shareclaims
sessment holders'
agents
$2, 747

$603, 646
15, 208
"16, 091

45, 393
60,336
14,443
64, 355

55, 544

38, T

159, 389
64, 743
15, 575
4,94'

386, 319
134,155
20
30
394, 99c
1, 534, 576
166, 618

1,037
485, 404
79, 978
95, 046
654, 048
76,141
85,291
802,631
7,73,
283,527
125, 911
286, 94'
434, 238

6,428
67,114
1,013, 929
145,282
124, 299
166,967
342,850
814, 784
214,155
316, 591
100,127
159,435
197, 775
93, 210
1,153,997
533,809
65, 812

21,212
19, 765
14, 750
37, 835
45, 436
53, 613
17, 828
34, 327
40, 675
15. 560
12, 842
40,725
8, 125
18, 672
40, 632
82, 316
9,522
6,800
15,158
26, 594
71, 934
35, 443
39, 130
34, 116
28, 212
24,611
44'741
22, 474
16,020
76, 137
20,674

104, 515
32, 276
42, 235
16, 567
38,017
27,964
43,000
19,011
12, 763
16,684
51,286
57,118
57,966
6,846
29,398
31, 984
22, 631
8,804
124.335
16,957
54, 975
10,250
6,365
14, 389
26,356
24,392
38,135
218,635
7,415
24,400

4, 970
4, 147
9,524
1, 611
4,491
74,715

Dividend:
paid on
unsecured
claims

$452, 94
142, n
400,07
163, 5C
781, OS
250, 82
251, 81
409, 77
133,91
50, 3C
9,71
670, 3C
310, 07
297,7c
361, 4C
120,It
438,SI
381, 41
4, 072, 07
2
C
70,67

20, 7C1
16, 12.5

2, 074
127448
1, 978

16, 5i>6
77, 802
3, 594
24,542
11,911
2,476
5, 332
4,125
538
5,759
14,114
1,772

251, 700
25, 855
1, 800
28,140
7,199
3 32,430

106, 4c
455, 6t
142, 5£
120, 5(
117, 55
37, OS
88, 41
195, 9<
33, 8(
225, 1(
107,1(
96,4'
84, (X
7,54
1, 055, 01
122, U
123, 9(
69,6;
188,0;
82,8;
122,21
494, 7;
148,4
115, 2
146,8:
157,4
45,4
189,8
1,139, 3
141,1
201,9
88,8
6,2
687,1
107,3
253,"
219,
33,
224,
66,
110,
334,
3 5, 274,
27'
190, <
107, (

219

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

1932, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources including offsets
indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31, 1932—Continued
Disposition of proceeds of liquidation—Continued
Sscared and
preferred
liabilities Cash adpaid except vanced in
protecthrough
dividends, tion of
assets
including
offsets
allowed
$602,733
110,790
334,161
539. 438
168,979
70, 536
43,859
79,153
78, 549
63,106
94, 732
93, 547
93, 536
292,692
42, 369
1,116.128
185, 932
3, 367
17,933
67, 256
64,925
264, 216
74, 293
132,790
63,134
145,624
207,764
100, 835
132,037
14,883
60,148
652,480
16,374
59
73,082
6,628
740,216
100,905
223.868
126,944
78,266
56,484
120,868
397,170
191, 912
46, 352 40,446
16, 732
283, 569
161,007
192,667
50,751
256,453
56,237
116,306
93, 985
332, 561
800,002
138, 554
217,922
44,999
37,906
76, 797
49, 211
110, 468
108, 745
2,868, 957
73,329
17,306

$1,346
6,478
7,107
6,488
1,074
1,175
2,221
3,59;
1,319
118
3,190
18,495
13,294
212
2,925
266
35,244
1,716
71f
12,248
31,19"
2
1,764
4,30;
48
3,630
7,832
149
15,141

46
4,708
697
3,294

33, 539
754
13,975
996
1,307
1,688
1,643
194
2,342
30,409
1,992
25,742
211
1,929
750
4,556
25,880
5,023
227
227
1,100
22,581
49, 343

Cash in
Receivers' sal- hands of
ary, legal comptroland other ler and
expenses receivers

$60,019
30,042
75, 769
29, 678
64,811
30, 241
36,978
26. 563
22,932
10, 324
41,724
43,802
35,493
57,109
14, 597
74,688
56,TjT
75, 774
10, 406
24,870
3,37:
4,085
13,104
38,032
24, 56'
26,739
17, 211
28,479
33,171
19,700
21,127
50,184
14, o93

11, 746
15. 811
1,78!
98,260
26, 44,~
38.445
34,337
30, 737
15,969
34, 224
83,018
42,514
19,913
14,250
12,191
32,632
20,907
65,418
15,316
39,455
26,807
18,061
31,466
59,190
37,298
32,864
31,066
1,581
17,339
25, 036
14,299
25,024
19,470
159,655
54,109
17,208




Amount Amount
returned of claims
to share- proved
holders
in cash

$87,149
22,17;
47, 26.:
23, 7ol
58,999
15,400
61,417
4, 605
8,918
46, 520
20,34:'
4,494
20,405
1,06;
16,885

15, 636
49, 411
6,277
7,975
417
30,071
2,092
10, 587
39, 678
28,481
7,506
3,484
39,650
14,736

54, 759
3,058
1,410
20,467
3,810
13,653
32,077
36,270
8,753
12,227
27:
1,114
4,849
7,733
6,366
319, 738
33,022
1, 812

Dividends
(per
cent)

$1,127, 446 40
336, 464 42.26
1,048,662 44
242,606 67.4
1,629,564 48
486,406 51. W
359,7o7 7 0 819,554 50
167, 321 80
227,869 22.08
103,958 13.31
788,610 85
500,416 62
415,763 73
1, 597,398 23
267,018 45
1,344,666 32.5
771,047 50
4,072,079 100
73,193 100
176,698 40
8.15
254,000
1.547
1,043,004
169,402 62.83
505,689 90.50
340,631 41.86
239,756 50
177,647 66.15
540,375
12G, 510 70
244,995 80
226,684 22.07
635,830 35
153,129 70
160,73^ 60
152,878 55
18,886 40
1,758,144 60
124,906 97.8
415,242 30
232,121 30
266,195 70.64
165, 591 50
218,682 55.9
897,698 55
422,233 35
382, 483 31. 64
192,696 76.2
161,334 97.6
321,010 18.27
299,980 63.27
1,426, 311 80
160,397
288, 428 70
222,150 40
359, 958 70
977,944 70
702, 204 15
422, 219 60
465,851 45
93,851 30
110,905 30
373,942 60
262,378 28
206,441 53.1
397,936 84
6,477,126 3 80
,763,544 25
184,611 58

Interest
dividends
(per
cent)

Date finally
closed or
restored to
solvency

June

1,1932

July" "I," 1932"
"Feb."! I," 1932"
Dec. 1,1931
Jan. 14,1932

Oct.

1,1932

2.23 July

1,1932

July 1,1932
"do.
Feb. 12,1932
Sept. 1,1932
Aug. 1,1932
Jan.

2,1932

July

8,1932

Dec."2l,l93l"
Nov. 2,1931
July : 1,1932
Feb.
Jan.
Dec.
Sept.
Feb.

15,1932
2.1932
15,1931
24,1932
15,1932

Oct.

1,1932

1130
1131
1133
1136
1138
1139
1140
1141
1144
1145
1146
1148
1151
1152
1153
1154
1155
1156
1157
1159
1161
1165
1166
1167
1171
1172
1175
1176
1177
1179
1180
1181
1186
1187
1183
1189
1192
1201
1203
1206
1208
1209
1210
1211
1213
1214
1215
1216
1217
1218
1220
1221
1222
1225
1226
1227
1228
1230
1231
1232
1235
1236
1237
1238
1239
1240
1241
1242
1243
1245

220

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 43.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent theretc
allowed together with the disposition of such collections^ and various other dat

Capital
stock at
date of
failure

N a m e and location of banks

Cass County National Bank, Casselton, N . DakFirst National Bank, Benson, NT. C_
Peoples National Bank, Middletown, Del..
First and Moorehead National Bank, Moorehead, Minn.
Exchange National Bank, Denton, Tex
First National Bank, Frisco, Tex
First National Bank, Kingsbury, Tex
First National Bank, Coleridge, Nebr
Exchange National Bank, Spokane, Wash
_.
First Exchange National Bank, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
First National Bank, Wagener, S. C
Minneapolis National Bank, Minneapolis, Kans
First National Bank, Manchester, Iowa
Citizens National Bank, Hope, Ind
First National Bank, Avon Park, Fla
First National Bank, Punta Gorda, Fla
First National Bank, Bixby, Okla
•First National Bank, Brunson, S. C
Carlton National Bank, Wauchula, Fla—
First National Bank, Rockford, Iowa
First National Bank, Erskine, Minn.. _
National Bank of Larimore, Larimore, 1 T Dak
S.
First National Bank, West Alexandria, Ohio
First National Bank, Sandersville, Ga
National Bank of Emmetsburg, Emmetsburg, Iowa
First National Bank, Sanborn, N. Dak
_.
Peoples National Bank, Adena, Ohio
Reed City National Bank, Reed City, Mich
First National Bank, Ruthven, Iowa
First National Bank, Sebring, Fla
First National Bank, Lakeland, Fla
First National Bank, Auburndale, Fla
First National Bank, Shimiston, W. Va
First National Bank, Aneta, N. Dak
First National Bank in Langdon, Langdon, N. Dak
First National Bank, Mayville, N. Dak
Polk County National Bank in Bartow, Fla
East Alabama National Bank, Eufaula, Ala
National Bank of Newberry, Newberry, S. C
South Pasadena National Bank, South Pasadena, CalifFirst National Bank, McHenry, N. Dak
First National Bank, DeLand, Fla
First National Bank, Sanford, Fla
First National Bank, St. Augustine, Fla
Miners National Bank, Blossburg, Pa
First National Bank, Maquon, 111
Henry National Bank, Abbeville, Ala
First National Bank, Moultrie, Ga.1
First National Bank, Montezuma, Iowa
First National Bank, El Dorado Springs, Mo
First National Bank, Delta, Colo
Farmers National Bank, Red Oak, Iowa
First National Bank, Taylorville, 111
First National Bank, New Bern, N. C
First National Bank, Clarksville, Ark
National Bank of Lumpkin, Lumpkin, Ga
First National Bank, Tower City, N. Dak
Griswold National Bank, Griswold, Iowa
First National Bank, Grundy, Va
Carolina National Bank, Spartanburg, S. C
First National Bank, Greeley, Nebr
First National Bank in Mount Sterling, 111
First National Bank, Sampson, Ala...
First National Bank, Seward, Pa
First National Bank, Florala, Ala
First National Bank, Hartsville, S. C. i
First National Bank, Bishopville, S. C
First National Bank, Burlington Junction, Mo
Dothan National Bank, Dothan, A l a . . . .
First National Bank, Humphrey, Neb:
ISiebr..
Texas National Bank, Fort Worth, Tex_
See footnotes a t end of table.

1247
1248
1249
1253
1254
1255
1256
1257
1258
1259
1260
1261
1263
1264
1265
1266
1267
1268
1269
1270
1272
1273
1275
1276
1277
1279
1280
1281
1282
1283
1284
1285
1287
1288
1290
1291
1292
1293
1294
1295
1296
1297
1298
1300
1302
1304
1305
1306
1307
1308
1309
1310
1312
1313
1314
1316
1317
1318
1319
1320
1321
1322
1323
1324
1325
1326
1327
1328
1329
1330
1331

j- n o t

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JS\^I.±O\JIX}

LV •

v,.1

„_

_.»_»

.._..

Date receiver
appointed

$25,000 Dec.
50,000 Dec.
80,000 Dec.
150, 000 Dec.
100,000 Dec.
25,000 Dec.
25,000 Jan.
40,000 Jan.

10,1928
11,1928
14,1928
24,1928
26,1928
31,1928
10,1929
12,1929
Jan. 18,1929
, ooo; ooo
Jan. 19, 1929
100,000 Feb. 9,1929

50,000
..do..
60,000 Feb. 13,1929
50,000 Feb. 15,1929
30,000
100,000 Feb. 18,1929
.do..
50,000 Feb. 20,1929
25,000
do
25,000
50,000 Feb. 21,1929
50,000 Feb. 23,1929
25,000 Mar. 2,1929
25,000 Mar. 5,1929
40, 000 Mar. 13.1929
50, 000 Mar. 14,1929
60,000 Mar. 15,1929
25, 000 Apr. 10,1929
50,000 Apr. 13,1929
25, 000 M a y 2,1929
25,000
do
100,000 May 4,1929
100, 000 May 15,1929
50, 000
do
90.000 May 22,1929
25. 000 June 3,1929
50,000 June 14,1929
50, 000 June 25,1929
200,000 June 28,1929
100,000 July 1,1929
100,000
do
100, 000 ,uly 2,1929
25,000 .Tuly 3,1P°9
100,000 July 12,1929
150,000 July 15,1929
130, 000 July 25,1929
50,000 July 30,1929
35. 000 Aug. 14,1929
50, 000 Aug. 16,1929
100, 000 Aug. 27,1929
50,000 Sept. 16,1929
50,000 Sept. 23,1929
50, 000 Sept. 25,1929
60, 000 Oct. 14,1929
200, 000 Oct. 18,1929
150,000 Oct. 26,1923
100, 000 Nov. 18,192S
25. 000 Dec. 7,192£
25:000 Dec. 10,192S
50, 000 Dec. 13,192£
50, 000
do200,000 Dec. 30,192t
do
25,000
7,193(
50,000 Jan.
8,193(
100,000 Jan.
25, 000 Jan. 10,193(
100, 000 Jan. 13,193(
25, 000 Jan. 16,193(
100, 000 Jan. 18,193(
25,000 Jan. 22,1931
400,000 Jan. 30,1931
do
35,000
500, 000 Feb. 4,193<

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

221

1982, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources including offsets
indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31, 1982—Continued
Progress of liquidation
to date of this report

Book value of assets at date of
failure
Additional

Estimated Estimated Estimated
good
doubtful
worthless

$187,197
141,837
399, 828
1,268,833
104,447
46, 202
33,998
128, 618
7, 277, 683
804,625
19,033
142,500
301, 745
169,120
181,452
165, 603
108, 968
25,093
196,455
43,172
70,978
63,238
2S9, 934
77, 510
303, 761
50,910
296,523
189, 752
85,764
85,097
731, 968
109, 667
458, 887
35,134
113, 710
78,536
413, 486
234. 813
409,892
519, 063
7,051
411, 626
535, 531
812, 843
695, 771
118, 657
99, 772
14, 201
149,375
105,651
203,840
247,884
841,377
528, 445
236, 321
57, 401
38, 795
222, 370
106,095
413,967
60,769
236,630
40,355
47,834
118, 770
88,988
142,168
784, 467
179, 795
4,418. 264

$140,485
61,811
195,906
813, 433
251,873
30,135
42,033
132, 545
1,194, 550
211,021
96,372
274,462
301,588
150,469
274, 513
261,903
71, 598
89,504
275,893
90,652
82,186
102,306
69,988
378,082
441,349
56, 235
325,168
59,678
142, 649
232,666
1,315, 256
236, 338
456,963
152,126
173,490
134,102
885,600
294,669
700, 759
131,400
50,573
877,755
1,203, 586
1,164, 714
378, 266
59,176
206,860
139,605
298,984
133,113
307, 531
217,966
525,887
1,244, 289
150,757
40,373
63,549
201,318
115, 938
509,959
212,117
159, 213
87,801
121,635
289,762
326
494, 952
134,840
611, 767
133,521
2,070,569;




$34,873
111,021
119,051
184, 253
94,634
16,601
8,259
6,547
1,492,690
125,967
17,254
280,881
85,373
44, 256
131,038
100,670
27, 203
20,435
55,126
112,833
42,261
12,042
66, 271
72,135
42, 345
217
12,609
7,747
138
236, 331
293, 814
82,267
76,073
54,923
11. 430
18,299
730,857
276,029
231,915
146,441
41,094
326, 744
390,535
526,181
263, 683
16,354
153,078
36, 818
116,382
163,553
90,903
5,966
207,807
218, 871
152,009
16, 287
3,901
4,412
37, 391
387, 330
58,973
532,793
118, 001
63,127
113,419
43, 739
122, 256
58, 242
343, 092
69, 618
294,186,

assets
received
since
date of
failure

Total
assessment Total assets
upon
and stock
shareassessment
holders

$66,056
$25,000
24,149
50,000
50.086
80,000
110,905
150,000
25,746
100,000
6.925
25,000
22,507
25,000
82,819
40,000
890,905
1,000,000
37,630
100,000
4,031
50,000
125. 917
60,00(3
83,246
50,000
97,262
30,000
33,496
100.000
28.220
50,000
16. 642
25,000
2,742
25,000
50,000
36,996
73,117
50,000
17, 527
25,000
32,022
25,000
101,919
40,000
14, 491
50,000
42, 678
60,000
23,867
25,000
50,000
31,237
26,292
25,000
58,733
25,000
100,000
15,709
177, 540
100,000
62,437
50,000
64,075
90,000
25,000
25, 819
24,822
50,000
48,046
50,000
86,835 • 200,000
162,733
100,000
31,194
100,000
112, 757
100,000
5,711
25,000
207, 280
100.000
185,911
150.000
214,605
130,000
55, 669
50,000
10,750
35,000
5,719
50,000
29,671
100,000
35,160
50,000
13,841
50,000
68,977
50,000
107, 285
60,000
119, 494
200,000
30,748
150,000
27,811
100,000
3, 821
25,000
10,501
25,000
100,924
50,000
51, 649
50,000
63, 073
200,000
7,809
25,000
12,877
50,000
21,647
100,000
11,278
25,000
66,274
100,000
86
25.000
100,000
31,889
41, 694
25,000
68, 996
400,000
38, 266
35,000
928,806
500,000

$453,611
388,818
844,871
2,527,424
666, 700
124, 863
131,797
390,529
11,855,828
1,279,243
186. 690
883, 760
821,952
491,107
720. 499
606, 396
249.411
162, 774
614, 470
369. 774
237, 952
234,608
568,112
592,218
890,133
158,229
715, 537
308, 469
312, 284
669, 803
2,618, 57S
540,709
1,145,998
293,002
373, 452
328.9S3
2,316, 778
1,068, 244
1,473, 760
1,009, 661
129, 429
1,923, 405
2, 465. 563
2,848.343
1,443, 3S9
239,937
515, 429
320,295
649,901
466,158
719, 251
639,101
1,894, 565
2,172, 353
666,898
142,882
141,746
579,024
361, 073
1,574,329
364,668
991,513
367, 804
268,874
688,225
69,151
838,085
401,944
2, 208, 322
456,200
8,211,82o

Cash collections
from
assets

$240,807
167,001
388,687
1,310,303
317, 566
45,208
52,409
207, 516
7, 555,971
838,088
37,764
253, 645
433, 218
329, 678
241,411
276,771
135,080
46.081
221, 573
154,333
99,037
98, 628
335,459
214, 742
359,119
63,057
418, 664
98, 791
161, 624
217, 562
926, 578
112,047
594,480
108,417
109, 202
132,509
696, 684
408,826
352,872
599,069
24,628
783,985
1,078, 216
1,246,602
711,458
133,604
155, 862
72, 477
282,599
154,515
296, 786
286,774
1,014,890
415, 709
211, 050
33,174
44,847
357,446
112,156
464, 232
120, 447
431, 975
81, 290
89, 699
210, 405
569
123,204
142,361
658, 318
269,193
4, 718, 423

Cash collections
from
stock
assessment
$17,877 1247
37,725 1248
68,301 1249
77,751 1253
69,951 1254
4,300 1255
10,400 1256
31,947 1257
664,432 1258
33,660 1259
19,948 1260
46,636 126L
42,121 1263
23,934 1264
23, 250 1265
20, 232 1266
3,718 1267
1,921 1268
35,914 1269
5,408 1270
10,140 1272
3,800 1273
34,005 1275
10,621 1276
40, 837 1277
7,049 1279
35,200 1280
10, 471 12.81
9,872 1282
17, 764 1283
25,005 1284
9,077 1285
82,498 1287
16,200 1283
26, 677 1290
19, 383 1291
125, 042 1292
38,693 1293
62,116 1294
77,014 1295
1,575 1296
47, 739 1297
111, 191 1298
115, 518 1300
37,088 1302
22,281 1304
20,925 1305
75, 893 1306
18,400 1307
28,196 1308
15, 540 1309
50,946 1310
152,099 1312
2,000 1313
22,618 1314
14,907 1316
7,115 1317
24,332 1318
15,733 1319
130, G62 1320
9,399 1321
24, 091 1322
10, 732 1323
7, 416 1324
49,181 1325
15,100 1328
65,628 1327
12,000 1323
133,133 1329
18, 200 1330
110, 713 1331

22S

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE N O . 43.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent theretc
allowed together with the disposition of such collections, and various other dat
Progress of liquidation to date of this report—Continued

Unpaid
balance
R. F . C.
loan

Offsets
allowed
and
settled

1247
1248
1249
1253
1254
1255
1256
1257
1258
1259
1260
1261
1263
$8,000
1264
1265
1266
1267
1268
1269
1270
1272
1273
1275
1276
1277
1279
1280
1281
1282
1283
1284
34,100
1285
13,000
1287
23, 300
1288
5,100
1290
1291
12,600
1292
47,000
1293
1294
1295
1296
1297
1298
1300
1302
1304
1305
1306
1307
1308
1309
1310
1312
1313
1314
1316
1317
6,600
1318
1319
2,400
1320
1321
1322
1323
1324
1325
1326
1327
1328
1329
1330
1331
See footnotes

Total collecBook
tions from Loss on
Book value of
all sources, assets comvalue of assets
Book
Diviincluding pounded value of remainredends
offsets alor sold remaining ing uncol- turned paid on
lowed and
under uncollected lected
to
secured
stock as- share- claims
unpaid
order of
assets
sessment holders'
balance
court
R.F.C.loan
agents

$25,006
14,631
17,577
139,591
45,209
4,159
19,570
42,675
799,856
95,683
6,578
44,673
36,380
28,227
25,906
51,399
19,052
14, 059
40,422
9,607
8,54r
16,337
31,803
18,412
58,921
2,258
23,837
8,275
9, 967
31, 242
250, 746
45,110
61, 731
14,104
12, 655
8,574
113,154
15.099
61, 634
60,719
764
59,938
200,463
134, 928
57, 908
7,116
13, " "
11,499
30,733
17,663
112, 768
19, 028
73, 752
65,319
55,965
2,98"
3,94'
27,585
9,566
74,558
16,433
10,300
3,515
5,616
60,060
12,468
24,389
73,102
16,222

$283, 690
219, 357
474, 565
1,527, 645
462, 726
53, • " "
82,379
282,138
9,020, 259
967,431
64,290
344,954
519, 719
381,839
290, 567
348,40i
157,850
62,061
297,909
169, 348
117, 719
118,765
401, 267
243, T~
4.58,8'
72, 364
477, 701
117, 537
181,463
266, 568
1,236, 429
179, 234
762,0011
143,821
148, 534
173, 06(1
981, 880
462, 61?
476, 622
736, 802
26, 96'
891, 662
1, 389, 870
1,497, 048
806, 434
163, 001
190, 662
159, 869
331, 732
200, 374
425, 094
356, 748
1, 240, 741
483, 028
289,633
51, 068
62, 509
409,363
139,855
669, 452
146,279
466,366
95, 537
102, 731
319,646
15,669
201, 300
178, 750
862, 553
303,615
5,447,313

618, r~
at end of table.




Disposition of proceeds of liquidation

$7,123
12,275
11,699
287,875
72,249
748,105
30,049
100,651
20,700
50,496
14,600
7,064
27,754
8,053
40,110
60,228
304,124 2,195,877 335,568
66, 340
186,582
58,890
30,052
92,348
13,364
69,716
455,726
7,879
35,142
267,212
6,066
21,194
82,008
76,750
67,010
286,172
29,768
35,040
193,186
21,282
636
23,079
77,634
14,086
60,932
241,543
44, 592
34,893
120,941
14,860
105,373
21,200
30,911
63,732
5,995
128,401
32,449
305, 561
39,379
3,503
323,197
19,163
88,896
59,901
17,951
6,013
212,657
14,800
10,379
170,464
14,529
5,939
98,677
15,128
17,016
248,858
82, 236
72,141
74, 995
152,183 1,189, 071
318,480
40, 923
15, 072
398, 254
7,502
1,533
142,072
8,800
3,409
200,801
23,323
794
121, 368
30,61
16, 532
31. 655 1, 275, 28," 74, 958
498, 915
61,307
45, 404
915,403
37.884
43,851
175, 665
22,986
74,208
73,592
23,425
5,44
886, 281
52, 261
93, 201
768, 259
38,809
268, 625
14, 482
318, 906 1,017, 907
546, 946
12,932
77, 077
61, 630
12, 719
2,587
142, 527
29,075
153.165
24,107
136, 319
192,805
31,600
93, 764
219,454
21, 804
24,526
250, 247
34, 460
9,450
154,200
9,054
119, 099
522,207
47,901
83,716
148,000
114,661 1,426,664
278,789
77,382
21,094
74,504
10,093
7,217
67,260
17.885
692
106, 283
25,668
37,710
187, 99f
34, 267
1,356
787,560
69,338
47,979
197,587
15,601
5,201
485,255
25,909
13,983
179,155
89,268
3,844
142,531
17,584
6,028
297,649
50,819
20,111
9,900
43,582
530,208
34,372
72, 205
207,549
13,000
2, 6tt
10,870 1,068, 032 266,867
16,800
123, 759
12,026
257,006 2,118,219 389,287

$26,459
157,186
70,732
179,425
73,274

$136,339

$9,195
29,059
27, 569
* 36,555

Dividends
paid on
unsecured
claims

$172,88J
47, 82J

234, 69(
* 864,03'
362, Oil
27,86:

11,111

7,664
13,589
9,343
1,094

13,845
1, 782
29, 009

3

19, 540
129,919
9,111
6,912
5,718
70,481
33,816
13,515
41,423
24,0f>3
69,9M

"""l27,"83!
3 6,328, 90(
8 619,931
17,61:
115,331
388, 521
263,59!
70, 14J
231,78:
63,081
1,631
142,401
93,99:
26, 99;
78,90!
308,34
29,83!
344,44:
40,61:
245,46!
50, 97.
123, 61!
44.443 441, 76:
33,12
564,49
66, 86
13, 22
115, 91
80,45
68,29
177, 59
323,29

3

232,24
638,75
261,99
608,89
101,62

72, l(»0

23,091
10,208
1,923
3,011
12, 4D7
3,798
685
21, 758
13,946
10,122
10,338
23,192

231,42
104, 2(
178,01
296,51
685,9?
104, 1!
6,5!
31, 2
307,6!
46,7
294,5!
46,3!
16,6
56,7
140,4
66,9
76,2
355,9
158,8
402£

EEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

223

1932, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources including offsets
indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31, 1932—Continued.
Disposition of proceeds of liquidation—Continued
Secured and
preferred
liabilities Cash adpaid except vanced in
protecthrough
tion of
dividends,
assets
including
offsets
allowed
$72, 344
126,143
166,635
532.018
50,676
14,179
34, 367
133,298
2,272,492
314,287
27, 884
76, 505
98.811
55, 865
152,020
69, 569
72,947
53,580
107,781
43, 544
60. 275
20,959
49,21S
150.073
60,103
20. 939
154,041
35.973
35,962
166, 535
557,972
104,930
137,690
45,654
96, 619
29.366
731.595
317, 823
204,223
323,240
19,444
541,560
621,093
993,250
133, 777
45,874
150.764
75,040
30,922
58,815
211.990
26.857
436,385
377,394
149, 777
22,986
18,845
66. 580
66. 684
208,024
72,090
409. 450
58,323
29, 253
125,451
74,257
43, 395
382,492
118,030
3,491, 545

$2,894
3,759
15,110
2,587
73
225
125,225
434
33,320
7,213
19,100
8,562
8,100
1,176
1,065
4,382
656
2,021
/ 278
4,285
948
228
34,724
516
3,169
2,200
40,403
6.330
22,813
7,483
341
2,311
39, 540
760
31,669
508
7,266
8,634
3,976
1,427
198
30,365
599
2,303
27,092
2,620
599
1,017
216
2,694
10,215
8,095
996
5,781
1,811
573
6,075
29,287
103
62,728

Cash in
Receivhands of Amount
ers' salreturned
ary, legal comptrol- to shareand other ler and
holders
expenses receivers in cash

$21,163
16, 330
31,826
48, 686
25, 387
7, 335
24, 489
18,130
139,206
30, 506
11,130
31,752
22, 565
33,340
43, 698
25,673
15,503
5,754
23,146
18.058
10,156
11,957
20, 551
21,337
34,643
7,877
31,688
21,063
9,854
25,062
50,168
23,635
30,232
16, 223
22,360
20,726
40,599
28, 556
36,400
52, 659
6,137
42,614
51,931
65,281
38,079
13,054
19,635
12,669
24,769
16,745
30,056
19,715
34,560
49,928
19,530
14,618
7,907
12,822
12,651
41,082
19,307
23,929
11,711
9,567
18, 218
1,723
16,983
25,231
50,171
18,796
133, 367




$5,206
10,080
31. 242
22,066
4,218
12,187
2, 872
154, 436
2, 274
74, 458
2,604
9,942
6,799
13,277
5,138
9,672
4, 373
17,855
4,919
22. 879
9,232
18,740
2,707
11, 780
9,010
8 859
8 782
16,199
2,107
6,779
686
10,240
4,749
19,212
13, 372
13, 221
37,105
1,386
26, 543
45,398
102,696
24, 252
2,246
20,263
14,256
20,611
4,437
11,347
33, 619
53,086
5,339
3,943
1,317
19 582
3,560
105,229
3,750
32,987
2,395
5.381
13,222
26,911
23,514
44,644
7,847
333,969

Amount
of claims
proved

$246,617
112,135
514, 288
1,486, 773
381,022
50, 803
55, 560
142,046
6,458. 227
699,095
63,415
505, 352
518, 043
363,541
315,932
385, 469
105,143
72, 360
364,002
144,605
106,983
143, 477
342. 780
392,693
625,913
58, 019
445, 724
203,909
184,505
319,816
1,736,623
281,566
806,422
167,134
132,506
154,483
922, 281
491, 554
1,061,857
405,488
64,581
909,476
1,261,798
1,128.015
1,107,192
112,886
302,963
129,738
462,866
297,724
362,993
380,356
856,870
1,046,667
260,301
66,110
56,580
323,998
147,521
842,735
231,707
450,101
86,723
141,796
295,413
14,585
512,494
337,998
889,471
217,597
4.004,947

Dividends
(per
cent)

70
50
53. 3333
4
58
95
55
20
90
3 98
3 87.5
38.50
25
75
72.5
25
60
60
3.77
40
65
25
55
90
15
55
70
55
25
67
20
3 32
15

Interest
dividends
(per
cent)

Date finally
closed or
restored to
solvency

Oct.

1,1932

M a y 18,1932

Jan.

16,1932

Apr.

1,1932

Mar.

1 1932

70

40
10
75
16.5
20
18
80
25
52
23
3 55
90
53.9093
50
35
49
78

80
40
10
55
95
31.6667
35
20
20
40
50
95 62
15
25
40

73
35

1247
1248
1249
1253
1254
1255
1256
1257
1258
1259
1260
1261
1263
1264
1265
1266
1267
1268
1^69
1270
1272
1273
1^75
1276
1277
1279
1280
1281
1282
1283
1284
1285
1287
1283
1290
1291
1292
1293
1294
1296
1296
1297
1298
1300
1302
1304
1305
1306
1307
1308
1309
1310
1312
1313
1314
1316
1317
1318
1319
1320
1321
1322
1323
1324
1325
1326
1327
1328
1329
1330
1331

224

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 43.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
allowed together with the disposition of such collections, and various other data

Capital
stock at
date of
failure

Name and location of banks

1332
1333
1334
1335
1337
1338
1339
1340
1342
1343
1344
1345
1346
1347
1348
1349
1350
1351
1352
1353
1354
1355
1356
1357
1358
1359
1360
1361
1362
1363
1364
1365
1366
1367
1369
1370
1371
1372
1373
1374
1375
1376
1379
1380
1381
1382
1383
1384
1385
1386
1387
1388
1389
1390
1391
1392
1393
1394
1395
1396
1397
1399
1401
1402
1403
1404
1405
1406
1407
1409
H10

First National Bank, Northwood, N , Dak
First National Bank of Royse, Royse City, Tex.
First National Bank, Ennis, Tex. . . . . . .
J-' 11 OI* X^ ai/lVJ-lCH JLJCHAJV, MlllllBf
J. C A
First National Bank, Boy, Mont
First National Bank, Brantley, Ala
First National Bank, Gaffney, S. C
First National Bank, Ambrose, N. Dak
Colton National Bank, Colton, Calif, i
American National Bank, Kewanna, Ind
First National Bank, Tranquillity, Calif
First National Bank, Milford, 111
First National Bank, Tallassee, Ala
_
First National Bank, Edmore, N. XJdJL
X XlSb l > d t l U i J a i D a U A , JCiUlilUIO, IX. Dak
i l N i l Bank, Chatsworth, 111
k Ch
Commercial National
Citizens National Bank, Streeter, N. Dak
First National Bank, Rising Star, Tex
First National Bank, Coffee Springs, Ala
Commercial National Bank, Independence, Kans..
Security National Bank, Cherokee, Iowa
First National Bank, Hazard, Ky. * l
First National Bank, McKinney, Tex.
Peoples First National Bank, White Hall, 111
First National Bank, Wanette, Okla
Central National Bank, Bartlesville, Okla
First National Bank, Norris City, 111
Pana National Bank, Pana, 111
Farmers National Bank, Oskaloosa, Iowa *
_.
National Bank of Tifton, Tifton, Ga
State National Bank, Idabel, Okla
_—
Saunders County National Bank, Wahoo, l\ebiv
First National Bank, Pineville, W. Va
Hope National Bank, Hope, N. Dak.*
_
_
First lNauuiicu x>aim, ja:>pt;i, x ia
r lrsu National Bank, Jasper, Fla
Nationa
cg
,
National Loan & Exchange Bank, Greenwood, i
City National Bank, Shawneetown, 111.1
Cit N t i l B k S h t 1111
First National Bank, St. Petersburg, Fla
First National Bank, Bowerston, Ohio 1__
Farmers National Bank, Strawn, 111
First National Bank, Cheboygan, Mich
First National Bank in Poultney, Vt
Nationa
New F i t N t i l B k i Farmland, Ind
N
First National Bank in F l
First National Bank, Iaeger, W. Va
First National Bank, Litchville, N. Dak
First National Bank, Williams, Iowa
Union National Bank, Connellsville, Pa
First National Bank in Fresno, Calif..
First National Bank, Grass Range, Mont
National Bank of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, Ark_
Citizens National Bank, Connellsville, Pa
First National Bank, Fountain, Colo
First National Bank, Vanderbilt, Pa..-.
Citizens National Bank, Galion, Ohio
First rNanuiicii uaiii±, iviui/cauauuiu, 111J U S I National Bank, McLeansboro, xn
First National Bank, Farmersville, Tex.1
Port Newark National Bank, Newark, N. J
First National Bank, Ayrshire, Iowa
First National Bank, Argyle, N. Y
First National Bank, Lometa, Tex
Farmers National Bank, Glenwood City, Wis_.
Clymer National Bank, Clymer, Pa
First National Bank, Burt, Iowa
Fourth National Bank, Montgomery, Ala.1
First National Bank, Fairview, Mo
Farmers National Bank, Wilkinson, Ind
First National Bank, Altus, Okla
First National Bank, Washburn, N. Dak
City National Bank, Spur, Tex
Farmers National Bank, Howe, Tex
First National Bank, Martinsville, 111
Billings National Bank, Billings, Okla
First National Bank, Villisca, Iowa

See footnotes at end of table.




._

$50,000
50.000
100,000
25,000
50,000
150,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
40,000
25.000
25,000
25,000
250,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
60,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
30,000
100.000
25; 000
600,000
25,000
25,000
60,000
100,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
400,000
30,000
100,000
100,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
200,000
25,000
30,000
25,000
25,000
75,000
40,000
500,000
25,000
25,000
60,000
25,000
40,000
30,000
25,000
25,000
50,000

Date receiver
appointed

Feb. 5,1930
Feb. 11,1930
....do
....-do
Feb. 17,1930
__-do
Feb. 20,1930
do
Feb. 25,1930
Feb. 27,1930
M a r . 4,1930
M a r . 6,1930
M a r . 8,1930
do.
Mar. 10,1930
Mar. 12,1930
Mar. 13,1930
Mar. 14,1930
Mar. 17,1930
Mar. 18,1930
Mar. 19,1930
Mar. 20,1930
Mar. 24,1930
Mar. 29,1930
Mar. 31,1930
Apr. 1,1930
Apr. 9,1930
Apr. 12,1930,
Apr. 19,1930
Apr. 22,1930
May 1,1930
May 12,1930
May 13,1930
May 16,1930
May 26,1930
June 9,1930
June 11,1930
do
June 12,1930
June 20,1930
June 25,1930
do
June 30,1930
July 1,1930
July 3,1930
July 7,1930
July 9,1930
July 21,1930
July 31,1930
Aug. 1,1930
Aug. 4,1930
do
do.
Aug. 6,1930
Aug. 8,1930
Aug. 12,1930
Aug. 15,1930
Aug. 18,1930
Aug. 22,1930
doSept. 5,1930
Sept. 6,1930
Sept* 17,1930
Sept* 19,1930
Sept. 26,193C
Sept* 29,193C
Oct. 7,193C
Oct. 8,193C
Oct. 11,193C
Oct. 17,193C
Oct. 18.193C

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225

dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources including offsets
indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 81, 1932—Continued
Progress of liquidation
to date of this report

Book value of assets at date of
failure
Additional

Estimated Estimated Estimated
doubtful worthless
good

$64,376
72,535
280,845
29,144
53,359
1,022,251
64,838
6,732
157,941
190,440
215,477
151,606
41,616
213,643
46,040
122,542
32,128
3,858,565
13,407
37,655

$236,112
56,024
269,102
50,627
112,645
409,044
46,351
2,071
73,270
94,744
149,089
105,956
79,317
167,012
151,038
105,942
38,072
1,416,427
105,906
57,212

$39,897
81,649
55,165
22,679
29,591
220,847
10,761
138,387
22,221
66,882
72,973
27,367
42,171
41,712
40,516
3,341
9,462
525,912
78,737
119,122

241,374
78,007
480, 356
114,396
318,034

307,646
127, 487
309,240
63,787
553,102

17,211
28,455
186,233
21,810
34,792

307,017
189,627
116,038
154,867
201,856
202,160
17,635
1,977,477
662
88,497
741,650
709,925
58,288
162,716
38,016
55,917
376,426
1,812,938
73,630
913,376
1,234,247
56,961
74,172
730,411
265,528

249,399
125,644
446,665
118,464
16,856
27,951
763,742
41,823
3,905,656
32,850
38,383
481,398
141,809
87,705
142,692
149,302
178,315
381,485
1,950,672
74,489
1,089,340
1,875,302
85,859
77,552
493,144
276,120

116,502
67,638
249,688
58,138
60,382
199
222,790
11,095
394,067
11,869
25,319
21,026
212,190
5,779
14,141
5,030
4,823
47,611
487,867
16,365
274,851
87,043
13,328
16,205
56, 032
110,068

306,884
68,433
292, 638
105,262
91,532
277,110
75, 226
1, 458, 540
37,871
110, 427
241,689
36,872
118,624
21,479
164,622
120, 456
193, 471

426, 538
97,469
147,874
38,162
97,769
361,067
266, 588
1,189,307
49,309
99,238
371,709
92,474
182,444
89, 111
141, 238
36, 492
306,655

94,811
209
58,659
43,633
20,429
117,632
17,334
798,555
5,414
7,095
42,819
9,963
66,223
5,354
24,344
32, 071
70,180




assets
received
since
date of
failure

$33, 550
14,692
31,693
24,417
46,374
68,026
3,650
32,108
10,764
42,565
23,804
85,370
3,712
19,211
83,606
4,391
1,570
241,421
9,839
5,727
1,109
20,624
74,568
59,768
10,594
31,299
736
122,655
9,086
66, 750
7,373
2,783
38,317
151,953
4,692
928,427
5,004
5,055
156, 552
28,269
16,061
18,566
21,673
21,639
46,707
127, 354
3,743
164,156
195,029
9,016
59, 082
160, 560
19,000
1,541
6,556
43,501
31,501
17,264
38,310
40,881
16,031
4,092
35,504
23,451
71,474
66,929
46, 537
7,749
39,001
7,029
102,804

Total
assessment Total assets
upon
and stock
assessment
shareholders

$50,000
50,000
100,000
25,000
50,000
150,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
40,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
250,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
100,000
300,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
30,000
100,000
25,000
600,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
100,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
400,000
30, 000
100,000
100, 000
25,000
25.000
100, 000
50,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
75,000
40,000
500, 000
25,000
25,000
60,000
25,000
40,000
30,000
25,000
25,000
50,000

$423,935
274,900
736,805
151,867
291,969
1,870,168
150,600
229,298
289,196
444, 631
511,343
395,299
191,816
481,578
346,200
261,216
106, 232
6,292,328
257,889
319,716
101,109
686,855
333, 517
1,135, 597
235,587
1,037,227
100, 736
895, 573
441,995
929,141
363, 842
130,001
298,323
1,440,645
100,245
7,805,627
75, 385
182, 254
1, 450,626
1,192,193
192, 833
363,115
239, 021
285,694
902,229
4,778,831
198, 227
2, 541, 723
3,491,621
190,164
252,011
1,540,147
720,716
51, 541
834, 789
234,612
530,672
229,321
273, 040
871,690
415,182
3,950,494
153,098
265, 211
787, 691
231, 238
453, 828
153, 693
394, 205
221,048
723,110

Cash collections
from
assets

$118,506
86,683
296,586
36,460
69,566
1,042,166
34,013
39,348
145,808
227,844
282,509
163,536
31,733
194,121
46,906
77,403
28,881
3,413,213
50,396
31,144
1,109
269,104
142,935
771,067
109,991
427,100
736
288,287
155,693
444, 537
103,297
8,059
85,263
369,133
42,429
2,601,975
13,611
89, 779
1,204,602
564,510
75, 448
225,170
67,746
89,500
374,453
3,024,836
61,987
1,114,240
1,814,304
94,183
124,226
675,094
226,699
1,541
634', 850
93,051
466,8S8
87,147
97,342
318,829
126, 741
1,915, 603
50,239
106,109
393, 606
41, 454
82,865
28,137
115, 337
95,523
316,135

Cash collections
from
stock
assessment
1332
1333
1334
1335
1337
1338
1339
1340
1342
1343
1344
1345
1346
1347
1348
1349
1350
1351
1352
1353
1354
1355
1356
1357
1358
1359
1360
1361
1362
1363
1364
1365
1366
1367
1369
1370
1371
1372
1373
1374
1375
1376
1379
1380
1381
1382
1383
1384
1385
1386
1387
1388
1389
1390
1391
3,231 1392
1393
5,868 1394
14,842 1395
39,437 1396
35,129 1397
249,877 1399
6,685 1401
13,875 1402
53,928 1403
10,962 1404
25, 950 140.3
14, 808 1406
7,925 1407
11,106 1409
39, 364 1410

$7,655
13, 747
63,832
1,020
29,350
115,324
12,521
23,696
15,289
35,192
21,018
5,500
13,150
19,912
1,815
13,871
4,149
168,969
26,159
40,610
63,344
59,350
3,890
42,200
24,000
62,098
71,116
36,727
1,750
7,780
4,452
8,878
5,086
31,864
18,300
301,995
21,661
18,500
44,700
86,550
19,519
18,998
11,081
15,700
33,153
261,905
3,152
45,532
64,549
4,400
13,298
74,620
4,073
38,758

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 43.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
allowed together with the disposition of such collections, and various other date
Progress of liquidation to date of this report—Continued

Unpaid
balance
R. F. C.
loan

1332
1333
1334
1335
1337
1338
1339
1340
1342
1343
1344
1345
]346
1347
1348
1349
1350
1351
1352
1353
3354
1355
1350
1357
1358
1359
1360
1361
1362
1363
1364
1365
1366
1367
1369
1370
1371
1372
1373
1374
1375
1376
1379
1380
1381
1382
1383
1384
1385
1386
13S7
1388
1389
1390
1391
1392
1393
1394
1395
1396
1397.
1399
1401
1402
1403
1404
1405
1406
1407
1409
1410

$22,800
11,800
10,600
16,700

20,500

11,400
6,200

Total collecBook
Book
tions from Loss on
value of DiviBook
Offsets all sources, assets com- value of value of assets
remainincluding pounded
dends
allowed
reoffsets alor sold remaining i ing uncol- turned paid on
and
lowed and
secured
under uncollected lected
to
settled
stock as- share- claims
unpaid
order of
assets
sessment holders'
balance
court
R.F.C.loan
agents
$6, 486
8,352
44, 070
2,838
9,310
69, 260
2,490
2,932
12, 483
24, 865
23,640
50,172
9,003
31, 769
36, 486
10,147
10, 057
973,528
6,554
11,442
60,190
57,962
7,541
27,673
41,176
48, 946
45, 449
33,443
9,729
60,637
470,138

15,500
8,400

5,744
48, 287
57,412
6,984
22, 877
10, 589
12, 639
39, 418
344,154
4,540
234, 669
63, 992
5,920
7,290
134, 708
32, 740

23,400
10,000

2,889
15, 276
10,545
11,295
18, 593
44, 601
17,692

25,000
33,200
43,200

6,400
10, 200

8,9001

1,900
20,500;
6,000l

See footnotes

Disposition of proceeds of liquidation

3,182
13,640
37, 276
5,566
4,270
10,567
14, 512
10, 817
27,653

a t end of




$155,447
$18,203 $230, 740
117, 324
108, 782
12,541
272,606
416, 288
23,543
49, 590
40, 318
37,979
149,561
108, 226
13,532
597,966
1, 237, 350
10,776
49, 024
78,327
10,770
65, 976
137,018
190,280
1,321
104,584
287,901
125,467
16,455
327,167
134,820
20,374
219,208
150,511
6,080
116,546
53, 886
9,534
207,567
245,802
8,121
233,259
85, 207
4,549
147,358
101,421
1,308
39,128
43, 087
3,166
4,555,710 1,655,587
83,109
27,778
123,161
71, 754
60,243
128,329
64,453
339,896
66,232
240,077
207,015
7,457
97,935
871,229
579
205,989
49,933
141,532
43,122
447,597
537,371
34,857
71,852
53,379
412, 731
366,190
178, 472
8,884
206,389
292,121
97, 034
497, 766
190,051
12,051
152, 592
71,942
16,937
162,082
11, 249
106, 278
59,196
851,679
461, 634
32,816
60,729
766,349 3, 367,165
3,374,108
36,774
35, 272
8,066
53,665
114,023
69,748
77,989
1,297, 589
46,571
423,700
708,472
12, 676
72,725
101, 951
90,068
267,045
12,966
122, 720
89,416
153, 255
5,300
117,839
431,882
6,476
472, 024
861,865
147,976
3,664, 095
101,189
511
60,679
968,847
123,967
1,437, 641
163,839 1,349,486
1,942, 845
1,952
63,109
104, 503
15,477
SO, 018
144, 814
30,165
600,180
899,922
109,678
301,599
271,912
40,299
197, 050
637, 739
15,276
86,009
111,558
53,239
477, 433
1,794
104,085
104,310
2,890
129, 215
130, 77
386,475
46,785
216,829
189, 562
13,920
1,534, 891
2,165, 480
60,106
2,284
72,393
140,024
4,833
115,629
495,010
4,961
291,848
159, 218
66,882
24,722
301,971
113,085
84, 670
55,412
319
233, 384
158, 274
5,972
123,446
383,152
297, 772
31,550

table.

$42,345
36, 253
36,168
23,980
20,650
34,676
12,479
26,304
9,711
14,808
28,982
19,500
11,850
20,088
23,185
11,129
20,851
81,031
23,841
59,390

$1,818

$51,902
85, 619
300,748
1,501
Q,518
64,953
929,490
1,780
11,573
«45, 010
2,712
140,433
165,60S
242,403
881
100,999
1,155
10, 485
124,775
1,839
7,54C
45, 726
20,60S
8
591,644 3 2, 706, 765
46,615

~~21~205

40,650
21,110
57,800
1,000
37,902

2,385
30, 070
3,494
66,000

63,273

48, 250
42,220
20,548
41,122
24,914
68,136
6,700
298,005
3,339
6,500
5,300
13,450
5,481
6,002
13,919
9,300
16,847
138,095
54,468
35,451
20,600
11,702
25,380
45,927
11, 242

229, 474
56, 75C
270,745
112,133
192,782
152,026
12,751
35, 84£
53,125

3, 014
7,299
5,225
21,591
60,449
25, 568

34,04(
181,22*
1,115,15(
36(
S4, 67$

1,128, 48(
532, 35!
61, 40;
3
210,81j
44,0036, 911
353, 77:
3 2, 263; 64:

3,630
69,128
7,897

21,76
19,132
10,158
35,563
4,871
250,123
18,315
11,125
6,072
14, 038
14,050
15,192
17,075
13, 894
10,636

Dividends
paid on
unsecured
claims

* 15,167
8,149
7,675
3,500
240,884
43, 588
7,215
10, 679
11,313

529,30
1,322, 90
14,47
120, 53
409,25
85,71
30,0C

* 613, IS
45,8S
' 432, 05
26, IS
50,65
294.0C
149.2<
'31
17,7*
81,4*
94,81
16,0:
16,9(
21, 0J
101, 6'
80,9!
321,1

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

227

1932, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources including offsets
indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31, 1932—Continued
Disposition of proceeds of liquidation—Continued
Secured and
preferred
liabilities Cash ad- Receiv- Cash in
paid except vanced in ers' sal- hands cf
protec- ary, legal comptrolthrough
dividends, tion of and other ler and
assets expenses receivers
including
offsets
allowed
$76,067
8.39;
81,959
22,472
21,487
245,940
15,143
10,796
30,053
104,106
55, 685
74, 711
25,313
91, 550
59,967
41,715
13,871
1,147,919
13, 593
27, 350
69, 822
123,097
523,137
16,161
308,870
173,572
168,618
284,800
66,290
11,700
46,884
192, 260
37, 302

192
4,296
411
2,67
14,281
8,623
681
2,018
524
954
8,377
342
1,187
920
538
2,075
8,673
9
29
38
5,893
4,426
858
81
13,210
533
2,173
14,775

1T 845, 204 172,792
1,964
5,403
18,006
100,786
1,540
145,479
1
28,346
1,366
49, 213
29,289 ""MOO
61,791
1,771
93, 519
1,637
1,248,190
34,932
55, 220
467
827,106
11,796
568,960
5,705
1,634
72, 796
8,732
357,886
151,179
378
6,889
49, 691
24,227
46,416
48,495
95,181
18,005
1,911,511
31,026
37,076
333,500
31. 829
66, 392
27,908
36, 054
21.619
28,040

2,627

5,674
313
1,232
934
3,840
575
43
3,379
8,321

$15,290
10,388
24,186
5,893
13,890
34,124

$2,711
4,188
5,099
3,523
5,219

14,313
11,563
15,060
17,588
6,950
15,775
10,969
12, 508
6,148
48,386
18,287
6,656
964
15,926
15,188
24,842
9,383
18,800
3,684
22,468
17,734
39,705
10,761
1,690
12,818
40,755
1,836
135,161
1,977
7,088
26,320
20,638
9,192
7,021
8,561
11,268
19,450
82,128
8,150
54,036
36, 083
9,267
5,291
27,986
16,434
4,341
16,363
7,776
5,950
17,597
11,015
18,629
12,035
4,362
6,638
7,840
18, 648
6,567
11, 530
5, 087
11,791
7,338
19,555

3,463)
6,099
13,065
16,652
9,983
13,360
3,705
552
1,921
60,996
4,614
14, 468




13, 51,
3,628

16,001
9,586
22,406
3,817
7,532
2,168
13, 698
6,428
137,335
9,209
3,058
27,394
45,346
4,251
40,457
9,999
1,640
6,091
3,645
35, 202
5,842
15,396
5,565
6,333
10,254
35,666
10,313
5,958
1,293
5,569
5,963
12,065
7,552
4,552
8,405
4,357
12, 423
3, 441
1, 413
6, 9401
1,317'
5,409
2,237
6,063

Amount Amount
returned of claims
to share- proved
holders
in cash

Divi- Interest Date finallydividends dends
closed or
(per
restored to
(per
cent)
solvency
cent)

$216, 258
142,711
447,935
53, 668
122, 553
1,178,156
88, 705

24
60
73. 3333
15
53
78.5
15
51,907 61C0
193,722 85
207,009 80
323,204 75
335,851 30
119,773 10
277,266 45
186,961
5
152,316 30
37,474 55
4,153, 219 76
133, 215 35
106,025 20
100,000 63.48
382,476 60
292,104 20
321,031 90
147, 552 76
481,633 40
100,000 66
380,046 40
133,892 10
359, 290 10
212,988 25
42, 587 7.077
137,835 27
907, 621 20
61, 087 35. 344
3, 419, 859 33
25,929 100
105, 796 80
1, 327, 636 85
704, 361 75
122,829 50
234,099 3 90
137,923 32
147,683 25
643, 224 3 55
2,563, 790 88. 3333

61,280
1, 260, 257 42
2,204,874 60
57,895 25
134,019 90
996,991 48
428,708 20
50,000 60
584,217 100
109,696 42
435,460 100
87,346 30
168, 775 30
595,012 50
290,081 51.
2,888, 646 8. 0035
44, 447 40
131, 387 62
258,967 49
106, 289 21
276. 541 10
60,171 35
282, 354 36
137, 962 67
465, 468 69

1332
1333
1334
1335
1337
133S
1339
13.15 Jan. 2,1932 1340
1342
1343
1344
1345
1346
1347
1348
1349
1350
1351
1352
1353
June 30,1932 1354
1355
1356
13.57
1353
1359
1360
1361
1362
1363
1364
Dec. 1,1931 1365
1366
1367
Sept. 17,1932 1389
1370
' Oct." ""I," 1932" 1371
1372
1373
1374
1375
Dec. 31,1931 1378
1379
1380
1381
1382
1383
1384
1385
1386
1387
1388
1389
1390
1391
1392
D e c 15,1931 1393
1394
1395
1396
1397
1399
1401
1402
1403
1404
1405
1406
1407
1409
1410

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TABLE N O . 43.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
allowed together with the disposition of such collections, and various other data

Capital
stock at
date of
failure

Name and location of banks

_..
_
_
_
1411 First National Bank, Pern', Fla
1413 Old First National Bank, Tanner City, Ill.i.
1414 First National Bank, Auburn, Wash
1415 First National Bank, Lindsborg, Kans
1416 Peoples National Bank, Biookneal, Va
1417 Tug River National Bank, Iaeger, W. Ya.i
1418 First National Bank, Elgin, Nebr
1419 First National Bank, Berwyn, Okla
1420 Quincy-Ricker National Bank & Trust Co., Quincy, 111
1421 Planters National Bank, Walnut Ridge, Ark
1422 Holston-Union National Bank, Knoxville, Tenn
1423 First National Bank, Chaileston, Ill.i
1424 National Bank of Kentuci y, Louisville, Ky
1425 First National Bank, Wes\ Salem, 111
1426 First National Bank, Silosm Springs, Ark.1
.
1427 City National Bank, Spokane, Wash."
1428
1429
1430
1431 First National Bank, Can pbell, Mo
1432 First National Bank, Wessfield, 111
1433 Citizens National Bank, Kendersonville, N. C
1434 First National Bank, Merdon, Ohio
1435 First National Bank, RoUnd, Iowa
1436 Merchants National Bank, Burlington, Iowa 1
1437 First National Bank, Ben;on, 111
1438 First National Bank, Dee' Creek, Minn.*
1439 First National Bank, Rector, Ark
1440 First National
1441 First National Bank, Junction City, Ark
Bank,
1442 First National Bank, Nev port, Tenn
1443 First National Bank, Walnalla, N. Dak
Gonville, 111
1444 First National Bank, Mai ion, 111.
1445 Sioux National Bank in Sioux City, Iowa
1446 First National Bank, Sioi x City, Iowa
1447 First National Bank, Ful :on, Ky___
1448 First National Bank, Cherlotte, N. C
1449
Ky
1450 First National Bank, Horse Cave, Bank, Tyrone, Pa
Farmers and Merchants
1451 First National Bank, NajNational
>er, Nebr
1452
1453 American National Bank Redfield, S. Dak
1454 First National Bank, UJlin, 111 S. Dak
1455 First National Bank, Elk Point,
1456 Farmers National Bank, Laurens, S. C
1457 Benton County National Bank, Bentonville, Ark
1458 Union National Bank, FsJrmont, W. Va
1459 First National Bank, Goodwin, S. Dak
2460 Kansas National Bank, Kansas, 111
1
1461 First National Bank, Mcunt Sterling, 111.
14G2 First National Bank, Svrjetwater, Tenn
1463 First National Bank, C ai uthersyille, Mo
1465 First National Bank, Ca;3ac, Mich
1466 First National Bank, Ro-?k Rapids, Iowa
1467 Farmers National Bank, Inwood, Iowa
1468 First National Bank, Lanrinburg, N. C
1469 First National Bank, Ridgeway, Mo
1470 First National Bank, Tyler, Minn
1471 City National Bank in Miami, Fla
1472 First National Bank, Augusta, 111
1473 Pecan Gap National Bark, Pecan Gap, Tex
1474 First National Bank, Hobson, Mont.1
]475 National Bank of Greenville, Greenville, N. C
1476 First National Bank, La Ionia, Tex
1477 First National Bank, Sesser, 111
.
1478 First National Bank, Gr ?en\vood, Miss
1479 First National Bank, PI; dn view. Tex.1
1480 First National Bank, Connersvttle, Ind
1481 First National Bank, Tijonka, Iowa
1484 National Bank of Goldsboro, Goldsboro, IS. C
Interstate National Bank, Helena, Ark__
See footnotes at end of table.




-

-_!

-

Date receiver
appointed

$50,000 Oct. 25,1930
65,000 - - d o
75,000 Oct. 28,1930
50,000 Oct. 31,1930
50,000
.do.
50,000 —do
50,000 Nov. 3,1930
25,000 Nov. 6,1930
500,000 Nov. 10,1930
25,000 Nov. 11,1930
750,000 Nov. 12,1930
do.
100,000
,
: 000, 000Nov. 17,1930
25,000 Nov. 18,1930
50,000 Nov. 19,1930
200,000 Nov. 20,1930
200,000 Nov. 21,1930
25,000 —do
25,000 Nov. 24,1930
40,000
do.
50,0C0 Nov. 28,1930
100, 000
do
25,000 Nov. 29,1930
40,000
.do.
100,000 Dec. 2,1930
100,000
do
25,000
do
25,000 Dec. 3,1930
25,000
do
50,000 Dec. 4,1930
25,000 Dec. 5,1930
25,000
do.
100,000 _ — do
400,000 Dec. 8,1930
do
, 000,000
do.
50,000
300,000 — d o
25, 000 Dec. 9,1930
150,000 Dec. 12,1930
25, 000
do
40,000 _—do
25, 000
25, 000 Dec. 16,1930
50, 000
do
60,000
.do.
420, 000
do
25,000 Dec. 17,1930
50, 000 — d o
100,000 — d o
60,000 — d o
___
50,000 Dec. 18,1930
25,000 Dec. 19,1930
100,000 Dec. 20,1930
40,000
do
25,000 Dec. 23,1930
60,000 — d o
25,000
do..
500,000 — d o
60,000
do
25,000 Dec. 26,1930
30,000
do_.
100,000
do
100,000
.do.,
25,000
.do250,000 Dec. 27,1930
100,000 Dec. 29,1930
200,000 Dec. 30,1930
25, 000
do
100,000
do
250,000 Jan. 3,1931

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

229

1932, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources including offsets
indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31, 19S2—Continued
Book value of assets at date of
failure

Progress of liquidation
to date of this report
AQuit/ionai

Estimated Estimated Estimated
good
doubtful worthless

$44,694

$366, 355

$94, 753

367, 841
116,919
225, 799
5,563
81,865
34,198
721,120
69, 282
5, 325, 303

441, 404
98,288
184, 434
85,720
81, 797
37,768
3,525,610
44,300
8,583,837

87,166
47,326
55, 364
31,395
29,441
1,153
509, 361
13,077
639, 350

22, 585. 879
188, 473

11,640. 702
108,188
39, 277
95,948
1,422. 370
57,223
151,108
102, 531
101,292
721,647
71,604
153,146

6,074,830
15,893
64,394
148,934
87,448
13, 421
10,957
4,143
39, 713
295,162
75, 555
5,524

1,216,006
6,290
96,680
137, 348
88,415
63,098
41.003
771,433
2,024,755
3, 570, 636
106,820
1,704,505
241, 697
608, 771
29,018
239, 587
103, 386
156, 698
91, 596
461, 305
1,318,016
129, 706
139,656
241, 217
89,660
131,194
189,386
209,006
188,623
80,011
117,569
374,682
3,390,130
206,466
76,245
67,910
342,969
63,190
167,866
1,268, 774
145, 264
325,925
162, 563
233, 235
855, 325

177,159
940
5,460
10, 421
17, 283
31,179
7.228
50,442
466, 264
941,494
31, 365
264. 475
15,177
30
1,460
37,802
14,130
36, 667
35,931
414, 607
283, 564
79, 656
25, 373
432,251
31,118
29,825
112,187
99,128
7,161
33,694
15,472
64,443
671,239
49,887
15, 031
43, 014
108, 281
288,069
45, 590
234, 037
42, 626
125, 350
13,804
83, 267
177, 937

99, 412
873.096
77,290
28,067
90,186
162,966
551.835
159,078
174,307
315,405
428
170,979
196, 362
412, 442
34,990
79, 589
1,130, 763
2,071, 566
3, 618, 236
82^010
947, 8321
196,139
87,802
57,072
346, 455
80, 878
45, 865
18,801
179, 307
2,051, 566
113, 481
175, 801
16, 210
104, 786
414, 284
165, 266
102, 734
53,061
53, 363
31, 707
146, 541
3,274,828
150, 583
48,599
15,982
585, 243
39. 634
98, 526
1,122,053
984, 252
65, 337
161,194
1,231,483




assets
received
since
date of
failure

$85,284
327
108,961
51, 630
20,546
31,076
72, 715
2.064
225,630
23,928
843, 700
754
665,328
17,081
275
26,429
94, 723
4,853
12,073
2,766
49,676
48,239
23,262
22,590
645
206,065
496
6,370
9,428
63,014
2, 531
5.825
61, 777
133,001
803,007
24,015
22, 218
20,090
51,984
43, 467
33, 723
5,432
26,575
18,004
85,613
139,926
35, 783
73,440
7,169
10,693
15,346
20,728
22,128
4,816
15,964
9,095
40, 439
172, 809
15,782
3,072
4,516
37, 219
1,783
41,950
60,634
1 084
40,077
8,560
86,117
89, 346

Total
assessment Total assets
upon
and stock
shareassessment
holders

$50,000
65,000
75,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
500,000
25,000
750,000
100,000
4,000.000
25,000
50,000
200,000
200,000
25,000
25,000
40,000
50,000
100,000
25,000
40,000
100 000
100,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
25.000
25.000
100.000
400,000
50,000
300,000
25,000
150,000
25,000
40,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
60,000
420,000
25,000
50,000
100,000
60,000
50,000
25,000
100,000
40,000
25,000
60,000
25,000
500, 000
60,000
25,000
30,000
100. 000
25, 000
250,000
100,000
200,000
25,000
100,000
250,000

$641,086
65 327
1,080, 372
364,163
536,143
203, 754
315, 818
100,183
5,481,721
175. 587
16,142,190
100 754
44,966. 739
354, 635
153,946
570. 723
2,677,637
177, 787
227, 205
239, 626
403, 647
1, 716.883
354. 499
395, 567
100, 645
2,014, 635
33.154
304, 489
378, 559
631,154
156, 798
158,645
2,114, 420
5,095, 586
8,933,433
294, 210
3,239,030
498,103
898,587
156,017
697, 567
223.826
290,805
214, 332
1,200, 832
4,213,072
383,626
464, 270
796, 847
296, 257
640. 649
512, 567
532,996
293, 661
208,032
233, 843
651,105
8,009,006
482, 718
167,947
161, 422
1,073 712
492, 676
378,932
2,935,498
288 974
1,67o' 604
275, 264
663, 813
2,604,091

Cash collections
from
assets

$129,931
327
476,924
198,418
160, 411
38,211
147,613
33,928
2,137, 753
55,001
6,237,613
754
24,143, 601
115,216
275
21, 623
1,200, 379
74, 756
34,903
49, 021
126, 593
327, 669
154, 737
117, 469
645
768,074
3,724
61,212
260,550
361, 253
18,298
59,676
580, 361
1,804,815
6 411 142
110,936
879. 783
296.178
216, 355
44,878
292,691
98,957
98,070
65, 581
228,426
1,293, 678
96,500
150, 425
143, 695
101, 652
176, 340
93, 283
183, 607
127, 219
83,103
71. 366
275, 543
2, 795, 302
143, 798
42,627
17. 611
810, 708
33,740
97,334
1,026, 308
26, 241
514^ 864
74, 265
189, 564
1,052, 245

Cash collections
from
stock
assessment
$26, 676
55,918'
10,813
34,169
16, 650
23,938
1,596
3,750
298,569
4,866
372,554
78,962
144, 683
20,705
17, 550
101, 639
17,370
23,025
7,272
7,525
48, 249
14,532
13,660
18,054
73 775
22; 667
19,125
1,825
2,050
19, 800
7,106
59, 524
18,098
17,062
215, 324
11, 450
115,914
652
18,450
19, 528
21,260
6,707
25, 687
271,715
4, 743
41, 733
32, 782
45, 282
27,886
7,892
13, 516
9,500
6,245
28,590
12,342
205, 737
45,015
1,147
16,700
2,000
11,078
64,159
29,200
170^ 187
12, 620
24,007
142,657

1411
1*12
1414
1415
1416
1417
1418
1419
1420
1421
1422
1423
1424
1425
1426
1427
1428
1429
1430
1431
1432
1433
1434
1435
1436
1437
1438
1439
1440
1441
1442
1443
1444
1445
1446
1447
1448
1449
1450
1451
1452
1453
1454
1455
1456
1457
1458
1459
1460
1461
1462
1463
1465
1466
1467
1468
1469
1470
1471
1472
1473
1474
1475
1476
1477
1478
1479
1480
1481
148-1

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REPORT OF TE E COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 43.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
allowed together with the disposition of such collections, and various other data
Progress of liquidai ion to date of this report—Continued

Unpaid
balance
R. F. C.
loan

1411
1413
1414
1415
1416
1417
1418
1419
1420
1421
1422
1423
1424
1425
1426
1427
1428
1429
1430
1431
1432
1433
1434
1435
1436
1437
1438
1439
1440
1441
1442
1443
1444
1445
1446
1447
1448
1449
1450
1451
1452
1453
1454
1455
1456
1457
1458
1459
1460
1461
1462
1463
1465
1466
1467
1468
1469
1470
1471
1472
1473
1474
1475
1476
3477
1478
1479
1480
1481
1484

Offsets
allowed
and
settled

Book
Total collecBook value of
tions from Loss on
Book
value of assets
Diviall so rces, assets com
dends
reinclu ding pounded value of remainoffse' s alor sold remaining ing uncol- turned paid on
secured
to
lowed and
under uncollected lected
stock as- share- claims
assets
unr aid
order of
sessment holders'
bal mce
court
R.F. .loan

$16, 500

$19,173

32, 800

54, 886
7,602
22, 696

23, 900

106, 500
10, 700

10,500
6,753
16,900
17,200

6,020

53,900

24,800
4,000
36,200
5,000
2,200
21,900
66,000
15, 400
29, 100
7,700
15,200
38,300
67,800
17,300
7,400
9,000

5, 285
3,606
223, 644
9,543
938, 890

244, 766
9,000
30,100

8192,280
56, 245
175. 423
S40,189
S 23, 657
62,149
154, 494
41, 284
2,V66.466
80,110

$35,968
22,538
17, 732
1,149
115, 543
4,630
194,006
2,917
285, 894

7, .'.49,057
79,716
4,189,189 28, :77, 473 "577,692
64,354
352
28, 433
17,825
[23,262
184, 280 1, 102,029
175, 253
5,063
402
102, 844
5, 518
10, 378
58,193
2,854
66,153
200,433
8, 691
23,570
532, 826
190, 625
101, 793
182, 676
14, 279
13, 257
169,135
16, 412
33, 741
74,420
864, 946
137, 405
74, 205
22,849
240
76, 085
7,028
268, 983
2,708
6,383
412, 244
4, 774
31, 191
22, 873
5,294
4,575
12, 591
71, 952
5,170
113,690
752, 024
112,139
261,147
546, 705 2, 423, 518
809, 416 7. 220, 558 1, 712, 875
121, 403
139, 474
11, 476
96, 621
212, 524 1 307, 631
30, 633
332, 338
24, 710
368, 916
11.847
841
51, 975
2,445
15,586
379, 307
31, 966
17, 270
134, 564
11,079
20,579
129, 755
8,225
61,460
72, 340
52
364, 849
1,629
88, 836
53, 31
140, 567 1 771,960
105,570
52, 992
4,327
222,178
4,103
14, 620
527, 211
176, 477
157, 232
601
10,298
299,862
66, 536
124, 516
31,898
17, 341
233, 313
35, 542
28,490
164, 703
12, 784
107, 959
18,611
74,119
106,750
10, 832
6,794
346, 552
9,937
20, 367
32, 879
I;, 714, 205
645, 366
225, 358
19, 447
19, 245
55. 264
4,090
34,311
114, 714
15, 642

62, 021
11,387
15, 114
160, 228

925, 422
60, " "
114,500
!, 335, 233
55, 441
747, 072
107, 272
228, 685
1, 385, 230i

See footnotes at end of table.




Disposition of proceeds of liquidation

148,290
1,985
15, 310
24, 625
162, 733
1,411
3,237
93, 613
21,110

$406,014

$23, 324
9,082
64,187
15, 831 $90, 411
33, 350
301, 887
26,062
48,404
108,290
21,250
37, 649
2, 426, 318 201, 431
20,134
83,126
7,929, 793 377, 446
21,038
l2,"056,"257 3, 855, 317
185, 634
4,295
103, 671
32,450
349,100
98, 361
917, 725 182, 630
1,975
72, 566
17, 728
151,406
32, 475
147, 751
1,751
194, 793
85, 468
996, 796
11.340
147, 226
21,946
187,945
26,225
77, 333
934, 951
5,875
4,190
23,175
211, 249
22, 950
83,918
30,200
183, 936
25,000
103, 631
17, 894
56,208
40,476
1. 208, 230
2, 082,919 381, 902

Dividends
paid on
unsecured
claims

$21, 706

$50,284
52,209
300, 617
7 180, 706
93, 230

451, 024

395
1, 750,102
121, 582
520, 385
82, 853
317, 324
76,520
138,931
37,239
821, 941
2, 305, 510
204,807
245,119
25,941
123, 706
347, 773
339,045
185, 35^
113,658
7,199
84, 851
320, 258
4, 035, 459
240, 228
96, 230
113,811

32,938
84, 676
13,550
34, 086
24,348
21,550
5.472
3,740
43,293
34, 313
148, 285
20, 257
8,267
67, 218
14, 718
22,114
17,108
86, 484
30,500
18, 755
31,410
12, 658
294,263
14, 985
23,853
13,300

341, 309
235,200
1, 389, 799

98,000
13, 922
185, 841
70,800
29, 813
12, 380
75, 993
107. 343

897, 308
161, 375
265, 522
1,120, 508

6,707
22, 782
1,890
* 355,085
78, 285

54, 325
3,288
1, 574, 518
29, 495
< 3, 731, 286
14, 224, 397
60,080

15, 427
112,741
694, 496
66,645
20, 59"
11, 330
165, 423
40, 435
124, 936
102, 487

2,157
5,097
11,610
65, 582

74, 286
16,800
4, 646

15, 442
244, 879
283,725

9,833
8

88, 953
19,638
615
23.175
70, 83"
5,809
10.176
7,333
3,842

25, 389

36,028
285,789
1,014, 429
5, 785, 346
427, 411
235, 531
205, 627
19,624
150, 862
46, 847
7,146
109,896
797,943
13, 428
138, 894
93, 922
144,185
131, 831
108,696
58, 723
61,740
249,123

1,144, 362

" 133," 735
39, 044
15,600

7,009
111,685
28,890
11,854
7,582

» 619,108
11, 051
43.184
306,04S
509,15*
69, 2&
49.185
648,901

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

231

1932) dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources including offsets
indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31, 1932—Continued
Disposition of proceeds of liquidation—Continued
Secured and
preferred
liabilities Cash adpaid except vanced in
protecthrough
dividends, tion of
assets
including
offsets
allowed
$95, 569

$6,224

237. 048
50,591
98,460
36,941
79,166
31, 690
1,056, 321
37, 184
2, 896, 053

ReceivCash in
ers' sal- hands of
ary, legal comptroland other ler and
expenses receivers

4,246
5,741
216
76
52,199
530
15, 947

11, 730, 195
80, 135

621, 219

640, 305
27,410
19, 040
32,065
16, 444
407,040
40,290
50,910

919
16
27
21
4,832
47
760
44
4,027

690, 994

1,538

41,558
6,590
74,428
11,919
26, 378
345, 634
1, 272, 005
1, 396, 758
32, 310
751,192
50,753
134, 029
22, 978
170,166
51,400
66,903
43, 822
192, 642
890, 219
76, 234
63. 945
133, 603
38, 233
103, 666
58,300
86, 370
40, 870
36,185
25, 493
77, 684
2, 424, 094
68, 321
4,37
] 7, 734
291, 875
33, 712
40, 738
840. 858
25,000
171, 503
21,611
147, 443
658, 321

744
428
93
55
36
6,765
17, 373
6,907
34
15, 737
681
14:
11. 477
976
182
1,230
18, 394
13,719
2
32
3,729
3,597
16, 425
665
739
385
1,689
4,341
33,587
5,883
476
316
2,519
133
15, 775
236
6,341
65
19
25, 718

Amount Amount
returned of claims
to share- proved
holders
in cash

$2, 548
$15, 949
2,837
1, 199
7,174
26, 338
7,043
14, 558
4,961
2,426
7,050
13, 737
877
3,463
34, 528
48,900
3,150
9,751
170, 670
380, 016
1,431
839, 375 1,062, 287
11,322
12,817
1,169
1,229
1, 234
8,368
34, 399
32, 813
2,406
6,356
6,020
10, 358
4,212
8,617
7,499
11,020
47,:
25, 115
8,540
1,874
9,837
7,670
1,168
61, 521
36, 607
1,314
4,735
2,930
10,765
8,170
8,916
19, 385
34, 613
4,387
6,512
6,768
2,742
34,807
69,196
32, 618
87,093
31, 547
7,774
10, 403
53, 305
40, 348
32,635
13, 419
25,036
3, 543
7,001
1,615
16, 820
6.807
2,662
1.729
8,285
2,484
7,
16, 860
19, 724
24,161
45, 918
2.066
9,998
8,636
10, 671
39, 396
3,478
10,951
10, 397
8,335
14, 690
29,99"
19, 794
2,853
11, 594
4,095
10, 303
3,532
9,134
4,740
13, 088
4,730
10, 674
39,148
73, 014
6,171
11,248
6,210
5,636
500
14,123
1,722
11,378
11, 595
11,841
20, 959
39,914
551
35, 055
25,014
8,046
8,287
6,428
13,758
12,098
32, 606

147796°—3




$1,849

Divi- Interest
dividends dends
(per
(per
cent)
cent)

$343, 280 19
65, 262 80
567,284 53
174, 442 100
312,262 30
84, 911 26.83
77, 630 70
17,007 30
3,047, 427 51.6667
62,115 47.5
9, 393, 562*40
99, 827 78.42
21, 544, 808 67
200,757 30
30, 855 50
250,536 45
1, 693,372 41
88,860 75
152, 582 15
137, 950 12
236, 324 70
865, 530 6
225, 846 55
241, 169 42.5
437, 215 15
746,048 10
24,000 70
222, 704 9
288,097 85
405, 328 70
54,849
72,061 50
1, 359, 431 22
2, 741, 689 37
5, 741, 247 100
127,108 70
1, 442, 669 31
362, 357 65
329, 365 62.5
43, 360 60
367, 996 41
114,886 61.6667
150, 445 35
115,476 15
748, 723 15
2, 220, 437
246, 716
198,131 70
533, 973
125, 528
353, 276
391, 484
216, 202 61
164,690 66
90, 343 65
77, 218 80
461, 341 54
3, 521, 278 32.5
267, 460 50
104,162 37.5
60,000 39
605, 9669100
221, 021 5
252, 039 20
1,041, 141 30
102,098 28.89
1,018,951 50
198, 089 35
222, 374 27.5
1,328,138 50

Date finally
closed or
restored to
solvency

1411
1413
1414
3.595 Apr. 7,1932 1415
1416
Sept. I, 1932 1417
1418
1419
1420
1421
1422
Sept. 22,1932 1423
1424
1425
1426
1427
1428
1429
1430
1431
1432
1433
1434
1435
1436
1437
1438
1439
1440
1441
1442
1443
1444
1445
Jan.
2,1932 1446
1447
1448
1449
1450
1451
1452
1453
1454
1455
1456
1457
1458
1459
1460
1461
1462
1463
1465
1466
1467
1468
1469
1470
1471
1472
1473
Nov. 2,1931 1474
1475
1476
1477
1478
Mar. 31,1932
1479
1480
1481
1484

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REPORT OF TEE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE N O . 43.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
allowed together with the disposition of such collections, and various other data

Capital
stock at
date of
failure

Name 2 nd location of banks

First National Bank, Rails, Tex
First National Bank, Kerktoven, Minn
Merchants & Planters National Bank, Dillwyn, Va
First National Bank, Ludlcw, Mo
_.Lawrence Avenue National Bank, Chicago, 111
First National Bank, Floyd, Iowa 1
First National Bank, Corniag, Ark.
National Bank of Wilkes at Washington, Ga
City National Bank, Bessemer, Ala
First National Bank, Bogeis, Ark
-_
First National Bank, Broot haven, Miss
First National Bank, Litch ield, Minn.1
First National Bank, Brooi field, M o . .1
Howard National Bank, Kokomo, Ind.
_
Planters National Bank, Clarksdale, Miss
First National Bank, Meridian, Miss
Anoka National Bank, Ancka, Minn._
First National Bank, Clintm, S. C.._
First National Bank, Addi: on, Pa.1
First National Bank, Crest Line, Ohio »
First National Bank, Cherokee, Iowa
First National Bank, Wav<rly, 111
Farmers & Merchants National Bank, Sheridan, Ind
Peoples National Bank, Oszeola Mills, Pa
Clinton National Bank, Clinton, Mo 1
First National Bank, Conrellsville, Pa.
First National Bank, Redriond, Oreg
First National Bank, Panama City, Fla
Farmers & Merchants Nat onal Bank, Rockmart, Ga
First National Bank, Repi blic, Pa
First National Bank, Hart^elle, Ala
First National Bank, Jacfc on, Miss
National Bank of Thurmoi id, Thurmond, W. Va
First National Bank, Fain nance, Pa
National Bank of Toronto, Toronto, Ohio
First National Bank, La Pine, Ala
Lincoln National Bank, Avella, Pa
American National Bank, Paris, Tex
Citizens National Bank, Wilmington, Ohio
Security National Bank, E ope, N. Dak
First National Bank, Ston j, Ky
Blossom National Bank, flossom, Tex
Coolville National Bank, Coolville, Ohio—
First National Bank, Veec ersburg, Ind
First National Bank, Champlain, N. Y
First National Bank, Romes Point, N. Y
Front Royal National Baik, Front Royal, Va.1
First and Farmers National Bank in Luverne, Minn—
American National Bank, Honey Grove, Tex.1
First National Bank, Portage, Pa
First National Bank, Spriigfield, Minn.'
Central National Bank, Ellsworth, Kans
First National Bank, Rockwell, Iowa
First National Bank, Worthington, W. Va
National Bank of Norton, Nortoii, Va
First National Bank, Oak Park, 111
Austin National Bank, Chicago, 111
First National Bank, Ivai hoe, Minn
Orangeburg National Bam, Orangeburg, S. C.1
First National Bank, Macedon, N. Y
Woodlynne National Ban c, Woodlynne, N. J
First-Rempel National Bf nk, Logan, Ohio
Second National Bank, A toona, Pa
Monongahela National Bunk, Brownsville, Pa
First National Bank, Richwood, Ohio 1
Citizens National Bank, Monessen, Pa.
Noble County National Bank, Caldwell, Ohio 1
First National Bank, Marontown, Pa
Central National Bank & Trust Company, St. Petersburg, Fla
Merchants National Bank, Point Pleasant, W. Va,1
First National Bank, Wa dron, Ark
See footnotes at pnrl of tiblfi.

1486
1487
1488
1489
1490
1491
1492
1493
1494
1495
1496
1497
1500
1501
1502
1503
1505
1506
1507
1508
1509
1512
1513
1514
1515
1516
1517
1518
1519
1520
1521
1522
1523
1524
1525
1526
1527
1528
1529
1530
1531
1532
1533
1534
1535
1536
1537
1538
1539
1540
1541
1542
1543
1544
1545
1546
1547
1548
1549
1550
1551
1552
1553
1554
1555
1556
1557
1558
1559
1560
1561




j
|
j
1
j

Date receiver
appointed

$25,000 Jan. 6,1931
25,000
do
50,000 Jan. 9,1931
do
_.
25,000
200,000
do
25,000
50,000 Jan. 12,1931
do
50.000
100.000
do.
50,000 Jan. 13,1931
do
100,000
75,000 Jan. 14,1931
100,000 Jan. 22,1931
do.
200,000
500,000 Jan. 26,1931
do
260,000
50,000 Jan. 27,1931
.do.
100,000
25,000 Jan. 28,1931
do
75,000
100,000 Jan. 31,1931
100.000 Feb. 7,1931
50,000 Feb. 9,1931
100,000 Feb. 10,1931
50,000
do
200,000 Feb. 12,1931
25,000
do
do
250,000
40,000 Feb. 13,1931
do
50,000
100,000 Feb. 16,1931
do
200,0(30
50,000 Feb. 18,1931
25,000 Feb. 26,1931
do
100,000
25,000 Mar. 3,1931
100,000 Mar. 7,1931
150, 000 M a r . 9,1931
do
100.000
25,000 Mar. 13,1931
50,000 Mar. 17,1931
.do
30.000.
25,000 Mar. 18,1931
Mar. 19,1931
35, C00
do
100,000|
50,000! .....do.--'—
do
50,000.
100,000 Mar. 23,1931
100,000 Mar. 25,1931
60,000 . - - d o
40,000 Mar. 26,1931
100,000| Mar. 30,1931
do
25,000!
30,000! Mar. 31,1931
do.
50.000J
100,000 Apr. 1,1931
250,000 Apr. 6,1931
25,000 Apr. 9,1931
do
200,000
25,000 Apr. 10,1931
50,000 Apr. 11,1931
100,000 Apr. 16,1931
do
125,000
do
100, 000
40.000 Apr. 17,1931
do
100,000
60,000 Apr. 18,1931
do
100, 000
300, 000 Apr. 21,1931
100,0001 Apr. 22,1931
do
25,0001

233

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

1932, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from oil sources including offsets
indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31, 1932—Continued
Book value of assets at date of

Progress of liquidation
to d a t e of this report

failure
k A AXi 1 *-v.-nO

Estimated
good

Estimated
doubtful

Estimated

worthless

$28,969
23, 333
90,445
95, 438
200, 336
112,147
3,967
145,081
193,746
251,159
920,193

$72, 741
77, 692
131, 629
31,064
609,989
73,172
32,457
254, 767
514,871
395, 303
276, 539

$23, 505
12,164
14,478
22, 719
126.068
18, 787
136,385
50,387
117,765
101,189
43,849

125, 201
87, 261
293, 216
3, 497,157
176,591
119,079

94,436
344, 212
1,729,116
918, 298
481,687
184, 433

11, 339
521,157
610,062
604, 848
24, 219
47,810

46,115
342,682
263,355
153,399
308, 601
258,937
37,167
161,912
599,097
114, 508
129,178
378, 281
837, 292
187, 277
243,077
833,122
67,615
438,681
790, 704
259, 819
146,336
145,376
79, 401
112,516
88,498
818,883
483,105
32,150
235, 474

600
117,995
49,651
96, 705
105,447
202, 749
378,607
57,293
403,136
27,905
48, 644
55,390
412,629
21,536
60,735
9,160
38,867
126,453
139,940
173,946
22,213
32,945
3, 752
26,815
5,845
21,140
5,383
84,605
257,656

536, 591
98, 994
26,581
216,451
149.099
1,495,116
79, 236
57,179
126, 540
112,865
446,127
1, 996, 352
1,540,211
156, 632

719,330
40,100
528, 296
108,590
183,570
115, 202
319,550
1,531,216
157,133
610,157
147,918
215,893
480, 238
1,637,990
3,302,311
194, 719

131,505
22,239
176, 583
7,983
24,061
25,854
17, 570
84, 248
12,097
95,958
38,548
27,990
103,612
168,476
392,174
101,097

356, 002
900, 250

1,734,037
1,648,468

130, 236
577, 393

113,902

106,987

12, 337

403, 992
118,662
243,623
64,129
163, 484
71,468
187, 750
118,202
45, 760
275,693
1, 388,122
159,319
153, 017
261,138
12,393
455,468
504,624
363,667
33,383
318,877
19, 049
239,135
125, 668
658, 870
352, 700
4.316
489; 135
118,958




Auuiuonai
Total
assets
assessment
received
upon
since
shared a t e of
noiQ6rs
failure

$3,163
10,266
28,310
3,898
25, 342
8,393
144,134
22,006
21,441
53,186
3,623
4,103
61,436
52,469
59, 494
112,649
32,872
502
278, 507
19, 898
36, 383
36,209
25,534
3,496
13,287
179, 484
56, 726
53,010
40,638
83,897
12,019
28, 391
74,622
7,858
45, 436
172. 511
37, 710
83, 464
7,396
2,610
48,880
30,264
96, 562
54,058
201
277,929
3,019
17,323
14,516
66, 743
5,242
8,722
5,132
24,839
91,016
9,823
12,324
42,246
27,487
83,896
114,602
236,968
8,133
559
172
67,831
487,615
152
23,857

$25, 000
25,000
50, 000
25,000
200, 000
25,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
100,000
75,000

Total assets
and stock
assessment

Cash collections

from
assets

50,000
100,000

$153,378
148,455
314, 862
178,119
1,161, 735
237, 499
222,809
644,369
948, 388
819,092
1, 393, 767
78, 623
235, 079
1, 214,066
3,184,863
5,079, 797
845,146
484,194

105,054
263,111
288,260
450,484
3,623
97,508
193, 756
1,265,443
4,362, 705
342,136
174,208

75,000
100, 000
100, 000
50,000
100,000
50,000
200,000
25,000
250, 000
40,000
50,000
100,000
200,000
50,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
100,000
150,000
100,000
25,000
50,000
30,000
25,000
35,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
60,000
40,000
100,000
25, 000
30,000
50,000
100,000
250,000
25,000
200,000
25,000
50,000
100, 000
125,000
100,000
40,000
100,000
60,000
100,000
300,000
100 000
25?,000

122,217
1, 243,176
551, 566
580,110
614,386
700, 704
619,270
328, 960
1, 619,467
357, 341
326,592
850,002
2,921,940
430,151
510, 220
1,278,042
151, 733
1,166,038
1,757,779
935,142
310,396
554, 594
134,812
452,346
285,275
1,695,455
945, 246
171,272
1,360,194
103,019
1,047,116
116 855
1,408^ 213
245,809
272, 934
412,639
611,058
3,451,596
283, 289
975,618
380,252
434, 235
1, 213,873
4,042,420
5, 571,664
500, 581
100, 559
60^ 172
2, 388,106
3,913, 726
100 152
282^ 083

5,558
677,928
212,586
160, 325
167,670
257,022
7,115
110, 781
336,497
101,992
62,024
246,816
1,180,007
103,371
172,817
"428,979
33, 690
215,460
484, 388
343,963
56,053
249,065
24,350
137,112
85,627
731,681
468,067
11,077
346,406
3 019
199' 539
1,114
649^ 316
72,118
85, 273
144,468
173,870
1,116,723
110,526
57,993
190,147
114,455
443,487
1,473, 387
1,285, 655
136, 466
559
172
606,063
1,274,186
152
126,351

200,000
500, 000

$46,342
53, 790
66, 293
81,156
283, 679
91,446

Cash collections

from
stock
assessment

$6, 540
19, 234
36, 677
13, 927
29,904
9,942
1,000
19,652
13,122
28, 606
46,492
38,969
68,459
99,421
18,168
55, 372
46,572
72,600
54,165
37,181
48,928
26,268
51,612
17,687
42,633
29,309
12,554
52,130
79,923
15,195
19,048
80,698
9,931
37,651
91,825
89,674
4,826
36,347
16,180
16,671
24,089
74,911
42,225
19, 750
44,237
93 000
9^903
19, 564
33^ 250
8,708
26,264
13,250
12,873
91,925
2,000
62, 645
21,173
28,447
45,014
73,086
57,884
21,474
52 932
19' 479

M00
151,828
72,305
4,500

1486
1487
1488
1489
1490
1491
1492
1493
1494
1495
1496
1497
1500
1501
1502
1503
1505
1506
1507
1508
1.509
1512
1513
1514
1515
1516
1517
1518
1519
1520
1521
1522
1523
1524
1525
1526
1527
1528
1529
1530
1531
1532
1533
1534
1535
1536
1537
1538
1539
1540
1541
1542
1543
1544
1545
1546
1547
1548
1549
1550
1551
1552
1553
1554
1555
1556
1557
1558
1559
1560
1561

234

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE N O . 43.—National hanks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31,
total assets at date of fai<ure and additional assets acquired subsequent theretoy
allowed together with the disposition of such collections, and various other data
Progress of liquidation to date of this report—Continued

Unpaid
balance
R. F. C.
loan

1486
1487
1488
1489
1490
1491
1492
1493
1494
1495
1496
1497
1500
1501
1502
1503
1505
1506
1507
1508
1509
1512
1513
1514
1515
1516
1517
1518
1519
1520
1521
1522
1523
1524
1525
1526
1527
1528
1529
1530
1531
1532
1533
1534
1535
1536
1537
1538
1539
1540
1541
1542
1543
1544
1545
1546
1547
1548
1549
1550
1551
1552
1553
1554
1555
1556
1557
1558
1559
1560
1561

$7,700
14,800
3,500
13,700
9,000

38,700
5,000

23,100

Offsets
allowed
and
settled

Total collecBook
tions f"om Loss on
Book value of
allsoii'ces, assets com
value of assets
Book
Diviindue ing pounded value of remainredends
offset? alor sold remaining ing uncol- turned paid on
lowed and
under uncollected lected
to
unp? id
stock as- share- secured
order of
assets
bala ice
sessment holders' claims
court
R.F.C loan
agents

$5, 791
3,841
10, 444
9, 559
51, 374
15, 518
26, 313
78,950
36, 466
103, 270
17,962
54,716
219,952
17.05^
8,774

16,300
12,400
18,600

33, 241
14,683
19, 73'
10. 393
33,130

7,700

17, 564
31,809
20,617

n,3r
68,000
19,000
12,900
20,000
41,800
13,400
2,400
~~5,~900
36,200
5,900

41, 440
151,419
9.671
16,682
45V 84"
4,192
39.980
122,521
28, 552
11. 288
12, 645
881
10.895
10, 376
33, 921
20.899
3.316
30, 208
9,725

166,300
8,800

60,734
16, 985
4,167
14,643
30,128
156, 484
6,469

12,000
28,200
182,500
104,100
9,700

20,686
30,920
49, 630
214, 454
237,958
17,693

29,100

29,414
304,677

14,100

7,207

20.900
11,000
11,900
20,300

$63,373
73,865
123,214
IC 3,142
37 3,657
12 5.906
1,000
i n . 019
3,r 5.183
3*2,032
6( 0, 246
< 2. 592
V. 0. 470
2(2,215
1,4:9,580
4,5,^2,657
4<*),461
2-8,354
,.2,130
7:53,769
2*1,434
213,538
2 59, 391
3 ?5,020
58, 727
116,032
410.939
159.618
*5.905
3 iO, 386
[479,349
147,237
2 21,447
575,524
47.813
593.091
7 40. 534
4 75.589
74. 567
5 98.057
47. 311
500.878
]25,992
HO, 513
I 31,191
34.143
'.20.851
96.019
'. :19,167
20,678
1
'64, 200
08,811
27,604
.92.661
J16,871
, ,»31, 432
.27, 795
,20.638
232.006
185,822
)66. 331
1, >43. 42'
1, 585, 59'
LS5, 333
53, 491
19. 651
542, 277
1, 759, 791
72, 45152,158

See footnotes at end of table.




Disposition of proceeds of liquidation

$2,298
6,661
2,274
51, 541
219
259
4,31
3. 726
30,821
776
66. 739
497.140
20.509
8,383

41,659
178, 721
11,377
21,873
18, 855
4,"""
1,621
9,521
101, 783
6,147
23, 448
5.592
122,856
369
5,554
59,113
10,954
5.938
11,583
19,947
8,154
1,904
3.1
4,455
~20i,~24f
138. 722
106, 879
29.620

35,937
7,987
11, 528!
8,064!
223, 591
1,573
39,390
17,562
35,497
9,758
123, 391
10,262

$73, 947
59,163
185, 851
62, 404
575.141
105, 316
172,809
462.743
502.015
440. 640
709,192

$18, 460
5,766
13, 323
11,073
170,096
15,0.58
49,000
30, 348
86, 878
21.394
53,508
36,031

118,833
820.310
1,297,965

131, 541
400, 579

415, 444
192,829

31, 832
44,628

253, 286
212,920
328,180
317, 468
356,154
410, 534
166,094
899, 378
188. 585
179, 793
456,154
L, 267,658
266. 740
290,167
644,103
77, 897
804.660
989, 287
442.680
209.901
240.980
76,402
274, 884
154,272
628.608
267, 558
853,960
777,852
75, 741
562, 226
123,719
141,966
203, 528
298.996
1, 704, 798
139, 721
717,625
105,029
221,298
585, 259
2, 219,821
3,824,660
296,160

79.587 1. 573.042
162,138 1,872.725
123,525

Dividends
paid on
unsecured
claims

$15.273
53,187
59, 421
60,748
149, 798
85,997

$2,832
10, 310
2,484

"~45,~496
98, 72'
210, 365
169,925

41, 539
6,480
6,308
34, 250

68,219
141, 26'
10 3,634, 256
248,335
123, 318

148,638
15.17

28,428
27,400
45,835
12,819
51,072
23,732
148, 388
7,313
207,36'
10,691
37,446
47, 870
120,077
34,805
5,

47,850

19,302
15,069
62, 349
58,1'
10.326
20.174
13.653
13. 820
8.329
10.911
25,089
7,775
30,250
55, 763i

5,828

3 659,82

169.839
109,796
149,868
139,81
47,005
34.679
120. 491
93,309
41,813
114,178
844,050
47,729
139. 431
290.697
15.856
160.360
268.180
324, 692
8,298
212, U
21,720
126,122

8,45'
42.287
2,555
8,918
27,284
27.905
2,481

14,132
4,623
4,451

74.004
637.341
424,667
18. 507
17,802

^.ooo!

50,097
20, 436
66.750|
16.292
3,736
36,750
87,127
158,075
23,000

137,355
3,827
21,553
54,986
51,914
42,116
18,526
4
40, 521
93,200
148,172
27,695|
20,5001

13, 455

7,231

"~79,~663
21,000
99,942
1,690
370,429
66,713
64,433
48,226
144,953
741,087
46,413
145, 20
80.955
265.60C
885,48
945,038
74,199
46.16'
16,08

44,248
33,253
10,132

560

i

3,0131

671, 77!
70,06'
76,64

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

235

1982, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources including offsets
indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 81, 1932—Continued
Disposition of proceeds of liquidation—Continued
Secured and
preferred
liabilities
paid except
through
dividends,
including
offsets
allowed

Cash advanced in
protection of
assets

$38,112
18,178
42, 615
39,006
196, 539
27,744

$7,060
5,091
9,854
5,851
22,140
9,366
978
14,040
14, 575
18, 536
31,818
2,256
10,009
12,158
35,161
26, 917
13, 048
9,788
1,281
11,391
11,447
15, 756
17,890
12, 992
1,867
13, 225
28, 988
13, 489
4,259
14, 896
60,231
10,102
12,905
18,148
5,883
19, 771
23, 872
17, 637
6.045
11, 678
3, 535
9,560
7, 548
17, 346
9, 645
1,442
13,720
584
12,275
2,208
22, 669
9,174
10, 639
10, 777
15, 575
47, 036
5,927
2,500
10, 029
13,068
30, 975
47,950
55,025
12, 200
2,096
1,468
19, 825
101,095
896
7,874

2,999
5,296
14, 774
13,168
6,539
7,015
6,836
7,008
30, 882
5,274
5,484
23, 877
25,187
14,107
10, 339
10, 832
1,877
35,638
11, 893
9,821
1,179
11,648
3,418
6,320
6.837
138, 238
75, 902

4,622
1,975
10,681
1, 927

107, 257
85, 312
90,092
64,018
172,101
2,277
77, 559
186, 412
38,982
24, 425
157,802
479, 264
72, 225
57, 483
234, 559
23,807
63,430
422, 379
122, 791
50,191
62, 574
14,069
58, 629
34,819
47, 571
20,977
14,194
267,026
73, 518
65, 399
680
349, 269
29,913
41, 573
124, 883
31,886
711, 647
58,129
56, 292
48, 392
87,471
203,113
968, 416
538, 221
81,608

273
283

882
1,066
2,014
7,912
1,207

62
4,726
1,076
3,098
742
5,104
1,879
6,009
1,006
2,349
42, 712
593
1,289
15,460
390
13, 892
78
648
4, 231
13
118
247
2.784
9
735
3,261
4,719
580
2, 135
1,183
20,310
9,824
2,888
380
1,512
10,037
1,091
11,389
437

527, 257
860,125

28, 498
101, 348

58, 773

951

Amount
returned
to shareholders
in cash

$2, 333
409
5,741
2,537
7,696
2,516
22
10.407
41, 884
4,877
61,066
2,574
2,568
68, 537
35,226

$763

76, 454
156, 488
141,093
329, 202
3,512
38,792
180, 454
1,059, 288
919, 470
124, 655
75,456

ReceivCash in
ers' sal- h a n d s of
ary, legal comptroland other ler and
expenses receivers




$46,995
70,916
146, 885
73, 635
564, 347
153, 573
47
303, 319
562, 573
489, 250
677, 818
185,134
90,962

Divi- Interest Date finally
dividends dends
closed or
(per
restored to
(per
cent)
solvency
cent)

32.5
75
46
82.5
27
56
15
25
43
26
18.5
75

1,159, 736 25
3, 581.108 10100
508, 378 49
209, 491 60

6,511
13, 408

41,9051
917L
38,290|
2, 645|_
17,114
2, 431
8,824
7,592
4,147
21,838
7,207
61, 846
28,004
2,816
12,358!
40,489|_
102, 671
6,787
5, 228
2,102
66, 697
24, 888
1,492
4,900

Amount
of claims
proved

_ _

53,167 90
640, 550 3 100
242, 637 70
326,188 34
315,511 47.5
349,155 40
235, 026 20
206,259 21
637, 752 25
183, 476 53
135, 285 37.5
386, 747 35
1, 695, 616 50
212,824 22.5
310,064 45
674, 258 44
45, 302 35
801, 344 20
790, 065 34
519,147 62. 5
131,957 10
326, 470 65
48, 271 45
286, 658 44
138, 654 53. 3333
1, 215, 491 52. 5
707, 782 60
53, 800 34.4
648,711 15
100,000 21
705, 003 15
23, 299 65
756,019 49
155,156 43
149. 933 43
148, 320 32.5
362, 744 40
1,853, 522 40
176, 651 30
276, 578
212,872
702, 613
1, 860, 458
3, 913, 040
335, 233
102, 794
45,9451
1,224,012
1, 797, 391
84, 421
136,870

52.5
38
44
48
25
25.1667
45
35
37.5
83
56

July

Aug.

15,1932

8,1932

1486
1487
1488
1489
1490
1491
1492
1493
1494
1495
1496
1497
1500
1501
1502
1503
1505
1506
1.507
1508
1.509
1512
1514
1515
1516
1517
1518
1519
1520
1521
1522
1523
1524
1525
1526
1527
1528
1529
1530
1531
1532
1533
1534
1535
1536
1537
1538
1.539
1540
1541
1542
1543
1544
1545
1546
1547
1548
1549
15.50
1551
1552
1553
1554
1555
1556
1557
1558
1559
1560
1561

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REPORT OF TH:S COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 43.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 81,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
allowed together with the disposition of such collections, and various other data

Capital
stock at
date of
failure

Name ai id location of banks

1562
1563
1564
1565
1566
1567
1568
1569
1570
1571
1572
1573
1574
1575
1576
1577
1578
1579
1580
1581
1582
1583
1584
1585
1587
1588
1589
1590
1591
1592
1593
1594
1595
1596
1597
1598
1599
1600
1601
1602
1603
1604
1605
1606
1607
1608
1609
1610
1611
1612
1613
1614
1615
1616
1617
1618
1619
1620
1621
1622
1623
1624
1625
1626
1627
1628
1629
1630
1631
1632
1633

First National Bank, Langdon, N. Dak.'__
First National Bank, Brand), S. Dak
First National Bank, Mill&b)ro, Pa
First National Bank, Tracy, Minn
Old National City Bank, Lima, Ohio
First National Bank, Winnfield, La.*
National Bank of Kinston, Kinston, N. C
Fiist National Bank, Kinston, N. C
First National Bank & Trust Co., Paris, 111.*
First National Bank, PomerDy, Iowa__
_
First National Bank, Terra Bella, Calif
Commercial National Bank, Essex, Io
Iowa
Farmers National B*ank, Hickory, Pa
F
N t i l B*k Hik
P
Savona National Bank, Savona, N . Y
Montgomery County Natio lal Bank, Cherryvale, Kans
Security National Bank, Mi (ford, Iowa
Peoples National Bank, Shakopee, Minn
First National Bank, Dawson, Minn
Overbrook National Bank, P h ial d l p
O b k N att oi l B ak , .Philadelphia, Pa
k
e
Fit N t i l B k C
First National Bank, Crary N . D k
Dak
Albany Park National Banl: & Trust Co., Chicago, 111
Farmers National Bank, Pomeroy, Wash
Citizens National Bank, Odessa, Tex
First National Bank, Hollo l, Kans
Iron National Bank, Ironwcod, Mich
First National Bank, Smitbfield, Pa
McCartney National B k G
Bay,
M C t
N t i l Bank, Green B Wis
National Bank of Lynwood. Lynwood, Calif
F i t N t i l B k P t t 411 Al
First National Bank, Pratt ille, AlaFirst National Bank, Fowltr, Ind
First National Bank, Irvon i, Pa
Citizens National Bank, Wirren, Pa
._
First National Bank, Smitr field, Ohio*
Washington Park National Bank, Chicago, 111
Inland-Irving National Bar k, Chicago, 111
First National Bank, Mountain Lake, Minn
Commercial National Bank, Hattiesburg, Miss
Farmers National Bank, C:oss Plains, Tex
Manufacturers National B?nk & Trust Co., Rockford, 111..
Mahaffey National Bank,, Mahaffey, Pa
First National Bank, St. dair Shores, Mich
Security National Bank, R Dckford, 111
Peoples National Bank, Dclmont, Pa
First National Bank, Dow: lers Grove, 111
First National Bank, Chill cothe, Mo..
Planters National Bank, SiJuda, S. C_.
Waukegan National Bank, Waukegan, 111
Bottineau National Bank, Bqttineau, N . Dak
Kingwood National Bank, Kingwood, W. Va
Merchants National Bank, Willow City, N . Dak
Citizens National Bank, Jtnkintown, Pa
First National Bank, Wats eka, 111
Peoples National Bank of .Yinston, Winston-Salem, N . C
First National Bank, Mori isonville, 111
First National Bank, Elliott, Iowa
First National Bank, Gem-a, N . Y
First National Bank, Bagby, I o w a —
First National Bank, Bliss field, Mich
First National Bank, Dearborn, Mich
__
First National Bank, Royul Oak, Mich
First National Bank, Beg^s, Okla
First National Bank, Fed(ralsburg, M d . . .
First National Bank, Mocianicville, N . Y
Boston National Bank, South Boston, Va
Second National Bank, N< • w Hampton, Iowa
First National Bank, Scotey, Mont
:
Will County National Bank, Joliet, 111
First National Bank, Stroaghurst, 111.*
Floyd County National Bank, Floydada, Tex.i
Walthill National Bank, Walthill, Nebr._
_
Third National Bank, New London, Ohio

See footnotes at end of table.




__

_._
...-

__

$50,000
25. 0C0
25, 000
50,000
300,000
25,000
120,000
125.000
150.000
40,000
25,000
50,000
90,000
25.000
50,000
50.000
25,000
30,000
500,000
25,000
300,000
50,000
50.000
50,000
100.000
75,000
500.000
50,000
50,000
75,000
25.000
125,000
100,000
600,000
525,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
500,000
50,000
50,000
200,000
25,000
100,000
100,0C0
100,0C0
250,000
25,000
25,000
25,0C0
150,000
50,000
150,000
50.000
50,000
25,000
25,000
60,000
150, 000
150,000
25.000
25,000

Date receiver
appointed

Apr. 23,1931
Apr. 27,1931
Apr. 28,1931
Apr. 29,1931
do.
Apr. 30,1931
May 1,1931
do
May 4,1931
May 5,1931
do
_
....do
May 6,1931

May "7" 1931
May 11,1931
May 13,1931
May 14,1931
May 15,1931
May 18,1931
May 19,1931
do
do.
May 23,1931
May 26,1931
May 27,1931
May 29,1931
do
June 1,1931
June 2,1931
do.
June 4,1931
June 5,1931
June 9,1931
do.
June 12,1931
do
June 13,1931
June 16,1931
do
June 17,1931
June 18,1931
do
June 19,1931
June 22,1931
do
do
June 23.1931
do.l
June 27,1931
do.
June 29,1931
do
do
July 2,1931
do.
July 3,1931
do
_.
do
do
July 9,1931
do.
50.000 .—.do
200,000 July 10,1931
100,000 July 14,1931
do.
30,000
200, 000 July 15,1931
75,000 July 17,1931
50,000
do
25,000 July 20,1931
do
_
50,000

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

237

1932, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources including offsets
indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31, 1932—Continued
Book value of assets at date of
failure

Estimated
good

Estimated
doubtful

Estimated
worthless

Progress of liquidation
to date of this report
Additional
assets
received
since
date of
failure

Total
assessment
upon
shareholders

Total assets
and stock
assessment

Cash collections
from
assets

Cash collections
from
stock
assessment

$475
43, 536
57. 488
262,866
1, 409,137

.

$]8,081
45,177
80,312
326, 699
1,181,829

$78, 974
9, 562
2,008
36,939
274,678

$179
47, 442
15, 584
18,155
179,063

$50,000
25, 000
25,000
50,000
300,000

$147, 709
170, 717
180, 392
694,659
3, 344, 707

$748
44.692
51; 860
273, 482
1,017,698

$2,508
13,080
15, 010
21, 346
159,172

379, 571
99,154
289, 304
74, 627
37, 578
93, 989
350, 688
47, 670
44, 770
61, 057
46,115
106,009
1,144,140
19,860
90S, 969
107, 062
100, 409
188, 561
368, 964
116, 489
1,137, 924
173,154
106, 554
199, 290
84, 583
403, 964
516
2, 863, 461
1, 992, 425
185, 465
220, 979
29, 721
2, 204, 934
253, 287
127, 903
724, 599
150, 043
393,110
200,135
83, 470
1,108, 437
126, 647
216, 699
28, 579
113, 647
156,136
341, 035
88, 272
40, 286
71,449
77, 720
157, 308
254, 380
191, 937
95, 275
89, 448
498, 771
370, 269
386, 933
96, 930
772, 242

597, 029
730, 842
279,181
89,483
110,811
137,609
267,894
75,917
171,599
206, 265
172,182
110,400
2, 448, 443
59,637
1, 595, 801
163, 243
418, 595
239,124
282, 934
497, 601
1,172, 676
58, 977
305, 217
160, 236
248, 232
637, 076
43, 822
4, 086, 761
3, 243, 080
73,161
440, 526
110,460
2, 895,098
407, 484
517, 346
1,272,625
203, 795
611,026
551, 111
435, 128
2, 311, 901
160, 634
61, 438
440, 793
189, 675
472, 331
175, 884
108, 327
162, 293
70, 244
625, 757
585, 245
617, 400
78, 510
169, 754
874, 205
562, 637
370, 051
196,110
2, 309, 567

35, 626
175,005
194,940
58,981
13,555
25,873
60, 786
34, 435
60, 287
45
791
60,197
327, 780
25,949
86,003
28, 770
26, 676
117,003
13, 235
54,119
888, 370
46, 967
139,681
67,011
7,484
102,819
97, 956
1, 593, 884
468, 707
29,354
240, 671
68, 418
81,831
23, 343
41, 766
412, 832
13,173
50, 212
339, 941
61, 920
57,157
88, 245
3,000
39, 661
173, 057
40, 889
456, 772
11,859
55, 724
6,748
33, 384
1, 635
24, 820
70,962
20,017
13, 567
18,631
293, 533
45, 305
1,618
105, 397

249,887
53, 006
295,118

69, 728
17, 635
10, 586

120,000
125,000
150, 000
40,000
25,000
50,000
90,000
25,000
50, 000
50,000
25, 000
30,000
500,000
25,000
300, 000
50,000
50,000
50, 000
100,000
75, 000
500,000
50,000
50,000
75, 000
25,000
125, 000
70,000
600,000
525,000
25,000
100, 000
25, 000
500, 000
50,000
50,000
200,000
25,000
100, 000
100, 000
100, 000
250, 000
25,000
25,000
25.000
150, 000
50, 000
150,000
50, 000
50,000
25,000
25,000
60, 000
150,000
150, 000
25, 000
25,000
50,000
200, 000
100, 000
30,000
200,000
75, 000
50, 000
25,000
50,000

1,177, 351
1.139. 935
955. 488
288, 391
214, 575
352, 969
795, 858
199,179
388,439
411,706
249,159
375, 573
4,481,361
175,105
3,084, 856
386, 845
605, 979
634, 693
792. 251
827, 369
3, 832, 993
348, 384
688, 219
547, 446
381, 468
1, 321, 980
216. 584
9, 710, 793
6, 374, 727
355, 920
1,017,310
257, 900
5, 741,101
756,118
810, 570
2, 665, 046
431, 362
1, 183,065
1, 209, 198
685, 133
3, 876, 441
' 407, 987
316, ISO
150, 281
889, 600
459, 933
1, 687, 307
409, 961
313, 051
276, 256
277,919
897, 884
1, 042. 495
1,137, 143
229, 785
302, 755
1,497,343
1, 452, 211
976, 558
328, 405
3, 524,178
76,132

181, 378
173,180
218, 496
70, 403
86, 576
140,090
156, 543
67, 741
82,086
98, 228
120,148
64,091
1, 285,677
18,172
1, 204, 307
117, 320
141,859
202, 470
360, 257
174, 761
1, 306, 493
165, 405
167, 815
115,809
90, 787
469,013
4,981
3, 234, 098
2, 001, 525
115,146
426, 286
29,719
2, 578, 874
165, 318
93, 476
844, 369
139, 625
324, 328
250, 299
184, 586
1,014, 709
69, 228
52, 669
14, 267
129, 290
126, 074
286, 605
77, 968
104. 667
132, 001
54, 596
258, 054
283, 232
102. 727
93, 075
138,620
496, 550
214,680
288. 9S8
61, 592
932, 276
80
80, 486
56, 450
186, 762

32, 341
33,669
90,580
4,000
3,193
18, 651
70, 841
22,125
5,962
9,735
13, 452
13, 400
227, 545
3, 533
115,102
41, 600
10, 476
10,000
28, 299
42, 764
340, 243
11, 477
20, 824
49, 652
7,876
91, 095
19, 985
211,201
76, 376
20, 382
28, 901
5,250
261, 900
31,410
28,269
110, 732
19, 727
50,130
59,059
28, 585
38, 629
1, 841
8,905
5, 751
31,989
20, 207
35, 820
23, 996
19, 070
22, 797
16, 801
49,000
55,611
44, 417

84,851
49, 461
203, 733

45,125
9,934
42, 063
25, 300
27, 631
45, 498
26,490
16,157
61, 783
94, 339
5, 071
68, 967
60,998
44,659
194,083
37, 770
10, 299
40,005
27,118
84,160
134, 023
19, 286
86, 767
45, 909
16, 169
53,121
4.290
566, 687
145, 515
42, 940
15, 134
24, 301
59, 238
22, 004
73, 555
54, 990
39, 351
28, 717
IS, 011
4,615
148, 946
7,461
10, 043
1,737
12,103
23. 233
267,169
83, 946
58, 714
10, 766
71. 571
53, 184
28, 050
106, 844
10, 983
4,986
55, 736
25, 772
74, 269
3,747
136,972
1,132
4,159
4,748
41,401

5F>, 304




4r>H, 625

149, 850
600, 838

21,125
27, 745
86, 269
89, 331
241
39, 746
20,300
1,000
500
41, 362

1562
1563
1564
1.565
1566
1567
1568
1569
1570
1571
1572
1573
1574
1575
1576
1577
1578
1579
1580
1581
1582
1583
1584
1585
1587
1588
1589
1590
1591
1592
1593
1594
1595
1596
1597
1598
1599
1600
1601
1602
1603
1604
1605
1606
1607
1608
1609
1610
1611
1612
1613
1614
1615
1616
1617
1618
1619
1620
1621
1622
1623
1624
1625
1626
1627
1628
1629
1630
1631
1632
1633

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE N O . 43.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
allowed together with the disposition of such collections, and various other data
Progress of liquidation to date of this report—Continued

Unpaid
balance
E . F . C.
loan

1562
1563
1564
1565
1566
1567
1568
1569
1570
1571
1572
1573
1574
1575
1576
1577
1578
1579
1580
1581
1582
1583
1584
1585
1587
1588
1589
1590
1591
1592
1593
1594
1595
1596
1597
1598
1599
1600
1601
1602
1603
1604
1605
1606
1607
1608
1609
1610
1611
1612
1613
1614
1615
1616
1617
1618
1619
1620
1621
1622
1623
1624
1625
1626
1627
1628
1629
1630
1631
1632
1633

Offsets
allowed
and
settled

Total collecBook
Book value of
tions from Loss on
Divivalue of assets
all sources, assets comBook
dends
including pounded value of remainreor sold remaining ing uncol- turned paid on
offsets alsecured
under uncollected lected
lowed and
to
order of
stock as- share- claims
unpaid
assets
court
sessment holders'
balance
R.F.C.ioan
agents
$95, 054
79, 791
98,188
331,909
1,846. 303

$47,492
11,920
9,990
28,654

1,805
77,913
5,715
4,40S
11,84:
1,90:

811,31
711, 210
586, 887
160. 035
75,924
146,914
513,109!
91, 576
239. 791
230, 254
81,787
262,933
2, 410,666
129, 778
1, 362, 612
200. 970
376. 882
308, 485
274,030
458, 086
1,778.971
96, 514
428,049
333, 714
237,956
671,170
141, 603
5,100, 714
3, 370. 660
203, 484
381, 745
196, 350
2,188,819
514, 599
535, 843
1, 417,772
254. 626
658, 785
801,837
343. 639
2, 379. 383
302. 890
222.382
109, 855
593,185
269, 983
1,181, 645
264. 261
147. 026
90.848
188, oo:
495,068
521,194
858,95'
96, 322
126, 453
817, 587
1,017,101
545, 79;
223, 35;
2, 281, 400

12, 40
6,34(
20, DOS

298.107
64, 219
336,055

87,659
91,331
59,420
36,000
21,807
31,349
19,159
2,875
44,038
40, 265
11, 548
16,600
272, 455
21,467
184, 898
8,400
39, 524
40,000
71, 701
32,236
159,75"
38, 523
29,176
25, 348
17,124
33.905
50,015
388,799
448, 624
4,618
71,099
19, 750
238,100
18, 590
21, 731
89,268
5, 273
49,870
40, 941
71, 415
211, 371
23,159
16,095
19, 249
118,011
29,793
114,180
26,004
30,930
2,203
8.199
11,000
94,389
105, 583
25,000
3,875
22, 255
113,73;
10,669
29, 759
160, 254
54, 700
49,000
24,500
8,638

S3. 256
79.185
84, 014
359, 680
1, 289, 475

$1,907
2,221

25,415
239,134
25,559
232, 408
105
309,181
8,926
8,700
92.029
11,104
100,873
8,500
8, 505
17o. 746
36,206
31,000
294. 590
7, 325|
97,191
5,000
5,
98.065
16,400
13, 786
138,149
5,781
139, 381
8,500
13, 550
99, 541
118,000
202, 576 1,833.798
2,155
5,250
29,110
79,929
60,000
1, 459. 338
18, 436
177, 356
32,905
23,500
208,740
35,995
248. 465
41,002
429. 558
18,690
236, 215
135, 51S 1, 782, 254
19, 393
196. 275
32, 876
221. 51 r
7,500
17, 813
190. 774
9,400
7,793
115, 856
27,200
50,123
637, 431
24, 966
583,049
4. 028. 348
211,200
300, 38^
2, 649, 488
18,300
10, 666
164, 494
41,066
496, 253
6,831
41,800
303, 255
3,144,029
68,000
2S2,114
17, 386
53,400
305, 690
130, 545
37,100
1,137, 506
145, 305
22,100
191, 674
10,222
434, 371
59,913
389, 503
35,000
45,145
230, 736
17, 56o
1, 281, 897
228,559
7,300
89, 238
10, 869
77,703
16,129
4,700
25. 877
1,159
175. 798
14. 519
1(52, 371
4,000
12,090
357, 298
34,873
127,900
9,500
16, 436
133,038
9,301
174, 336
7,800
11, 738
15,800
97, 513
10, 316
38,800
335, 381
19,527
403,193
64, 350
163,155
16,011
122, 763
14,300
170, 622
10,8'
579. 588
55,293
315, 664
14, 715
463,684
37,365
48,000
1,615
63, 448
108, 601 1,080. 623
1. 052
21, 432
17, 631
111,317
12,200
7,835
64, 785
258,137
20.0001
8, or
See footnotes at end of table.

39. 241
104,986

$2,400
11,800
28,500

$19,013
5,344
36, 352
112,605




Disposition of proceeds of liquidation

2,916
68,101

9,027
15,971
7,460
11, 545
19,438
16, 443
4,999
82, 442
138,008
119
4.333
37,743
16.962
100, 832
112,011
17,072
9,479
5,110
19.932
6,674
192, 932
117,155
1,624
68, 213
170,153
8,815
706
57,600
1,889
40,039
11,917
39, 343
3,790

2,606
1, 786
34,184
1,296
2,0c
16, 669
65, 235
23, 719
9,44f

Dividends
paid on
unsecured
claims

$3, 879

$20, 470
52, 346
255,067
612,073

27,846
28,739
94,995

52, 456
35, 539

140,828

12,231

7,912
3,975
2,361
14, 414
5,908

23,402

51,811
29,903
122, 306
222,919
73, 507
9,501
71,268
60,621
32,937
787,833
13,228
627,045
44, 589
84,490
68,650
227, 450
115, 565
1,167, 111
18,093
24, 170
113, 771
39,564
506,197

16, 496
2,760
5,020

5,383

19, 537
6, 556
5,001
3,862
12,667
26, 211

3,662

37, 397
25, 43;

2,999, 261
1,082, 43,;
120,141
155, 453
1,177, 622
112,780
128,270
558,815
137, Oil
193,
63,146
31,336
496. 001
22,160
10, 707
30,380
108, 921
74, 216
45,74
86,700
80,189
51,123
206,995
132, 213
63, 620
21, 671
132, 422
300, 795
67,734
365, 859
342,490
16,790
18, 239
26, 869
197, 249

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239

1932, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources including offsets
indicating the prog7*ess or 'results of liquidation to October 31, 1932—Continued
Disposition of proceeds of liquidation—Continued
Secured and
preferred
liabilities Cash adpaid except vanced in
through
protecdividends, tion of
assets
including
offsets
allowed
$47,292
23,232
83,843
611,809
137,912
147,899
189,161
27, 785
42, 935
38,159
51, 216
14, 527
63, 312
49,160
66,484
52,309
963, 215
8,799
712,951
86,050
90,145
119,158
169,657
93,942
457, 839
167, 675
122,296
56,561
63,133
95, 517
975
768,140
1, 366, 573
29, 079
245, 982
30,270
1, 783,894
62, 398
149, 833
519, 661
35,990
143,467
213,564
147, 051
453, 677
46, 723
6,194
106, 991
36, i
211,190
69,832
16, 053
47,458
35, 201
126,751
145,319
23, 260
92,116
24,601
106.889
172, 605
66,965
55,625
431, 531
1,052
72,430
25,45
36,680

4,988
615
437
1,039
1 161
898
501
1,798
694
7,166
193
43,690
20,397
1,922
2,497
6,743
1,055
22,701
83
408
493
8,008
27,052
3,339
1,296
2,460
905
1,819
1,268
1,015
10,625
512
7,370
28,928
2,896
2,867
716
381
813
3,531
311
36
400
8,352
15,412
1,728
1,201
25
123
2,242
6,031
38
798
204
14
3,220

ReceivCash in
ers' sal- hands of
ary, legal comptroland other ler and
expenses

6,475
4,954
10, 263
40,672
15, 355
13,608
12,849
8,176
4,363
7,464
13, 978
4,362
8,546
8,983
6,940
8,048
42, 256
3,670
50,869
10, 641
15,620
11,019
15,247
11,361
40,052
8,696
10, 757
7,812
8,543
19,964
1, 051
150, 918
106,011
6,323
21,440
7,876
54, 748
13,105
13,424
36, 215
8,747
19, 624
12, 707
11,802
50,000
9,032
6,297
3,543
11,900
8,335
22, 386
7,229
5,781
6,186
4,318
11,686
18,625
16, 232
5,622
7,773
11,398
15, 690
13, 688
6,599
30, 744
1,442
7,456
5,556
10,349




$2, 619
1,069
3,482
7,841
19,933
4,950
6,186
12,176
3,218
11,441
6,656
5,579
4,795
8,293
6,940
5,336
1,578
33,328
859
24, 783
1,265
10, 655
47,141
10,461
14,292
94, 551
1,728
40,890
12, 222
4,123
7,745
6,444
82,977
88, 370
8, 945
67, 062
3,654
125. 305
92, 926
6,961
21, 547
8, 911
67, 360
80,037
26, 621
253,291
3,257
21,816
855
13, 479
7,622
19,764
4,781
24,468

40, 503
6, 471
11, 597
91,624
54,653j
2,153
5,801
160, 383
19, 996
11,141
1,186
249, 629
2,148
4,355
6,889
8,639

Amount Amount
returned of claims
to share- proved
holders
in cash

Divi- Interest
dividends dends
(per
(per
cent)
cent)

$57,886
80,711 30
83,089 63
485,843 52.5
1,878,906 32.5
799, 603
729,046
593, 719
129,528
105, 335
157,818
475,105
170, 947
147,982
158, 373
121,270
184, 407
2,250,952
70,085
1,458,176
147,516
387,454
343,259
350,158
418, 538
1,945,285
72,584
475,885
285,058
237,454
857,961
54,987
6,665,024
3, 615, 996
218,451
460, 366
179, 502
2, 559,038
565,364
534,636
1, 552, 264
304, 753
773,033
829,004
313, 367
2,480,013
271,609
116, 625
91,132
439, 983
265, 61'
784, 659
175,952
134,471
160,378
119, 375
575, 231
528, 851
673,192
72, 238
211,886
1,197,364
853, 391
609,511
170, 651
2, 456,612
89,548
284, 986
63,809
397,018

10
9
16
40
40
77.5
47
43
12
45
50
20
35
22.5
43
40
23. 3333
20
65
27.5
60
25
10
40
16. 666:
59
30
45
30
55
35
46
20
25
36
45
25
10
10
20
10
16
10
41
10
26
64.5
50
43
36
25
10
30
62.5
25
12.5
60
15
18.7
9
45
50

Date finally
closed or
restored to
solvency

1502
1563
1564
1565
1566
1567
1568
1569
1570
1571
1572
1573
1574
1575
1576
1577
1578
1579
1580
1581
1582
1583
1584
1585
1587
1588
1589
1590
1591
1592
1593
1594
1595
1596
1597
1598
1599
1600
1601
1602
1603
1604
1605
1606
1607
1608
1609
1610
1611
1612
1613
1614
1615
1616
1617
1618
1619
1620
1621
1622
1623
1624
1625
1626
1627
1628
1629
1630
1631
1632
1633

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TABLE N O . 43.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October SI,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
allowed together with the disposition of such collections, and various other data

Name and location of banks

1634
1635
1636
1637
1638
1639
1640
1641
1642
1843
1644
1845
1646
1647
1648
1649
1650
1651
1652
1653
1654
1655
1656
1657
1658
1659
1660
1661
1662
1663
1664
1665
1666
1667
1668
1669
1670
1671
1672
1673
1674
1675
1676
1677
1678
1679
1680
1681
1682
1683
1684
1685
1886
1687
1688
1689
1690
1691
1692
1693
1694
1695
1696
1697
1698
1699
1700
1701
1702

Greenville National Bank, Greenville, Mich
_...
First National Bank, Greensboro, Ala
--.
Steel County National Bank, Finley, N. Dak
First National Bank, Terrell, Tex.*
First National Bank, Beaverdale, Pa
First National Bank, Ripley,, N. Y
Oconto National Bank, Oconto, Wis
_
Union City National Bank, Union City, N. J
...
—National Bank of North Hudson at Union City, N. J__
__.
First National Bank, Boyne City, Mich
First National Bank, Ryder, N. Dak
_
First National Bank, Plaza, N, Dak
First National Bank, Van Hook, N. Dak
First National Bank, Parshali, N. Dak
.._.
First National Bank, Maryville, Mo
Manufacturers National Bank, Mechanicyille, N. Y
Columbus National Bank, Columbus, Ohio*.First National Bank, Polo, III..First National Bank, Blythe, Calif
'.
First National Bank in Mount Vernon, S. Dak
First National Bank, Colony, Kans
_
National Bank of Monticello, Monticello, Ind.*._._
First National Bank, Lehigh, Iowa._
First National Bank, Fairchild, Wis
United States National Bank, Los Angeles, Calif
First National Bank, Bancroft, Idaho
First National Bank, Wauseon, Ohio
Farmers National Bank, Bridgewater, S. Dak
Peoples National Bank, Latrobe, Pa
--First National Bank, Sweet Springs, Mo
Queensboro National Bank of the City of New York, New York, N. Y.
Farmers National Bank, Fairfax, S. Dak
Prineville National Bank, Prineville, Oreg
First National Bank, Lyons, Ga
First National Bank, Vidalia, Ga
First National Bank, Westbrook, Minn
First National Bank, El Paso, Tex
First National Bank, Coin, Iowa..
First National Bank, Randolph, Iowa.
First National Bank at Smithfield, Ohio
:.
National Bank of Defiance, Defiance, Ohio
Security National Bank, Mobridge, S. Dak
First National Bank in Alexandria, S. Dak
First National Bank, Eudora, Ark
First National Bank, Mora., Minn
_
--Plainview National Bank, Plainview, Tex
—Limon National Bank, Limon, Colo
First National Bank, Merrill, Iowa
_
Eockaway Beach National Bank, New York, N. Y
Labor National Bank of Montana at Three Forks, Mont
Bank of Pittsburgh National Association, Pittsburgh, Pa
Peoples National Bank, Salem, N. Y_
Farmers National Bank, Trafalgar, Ind
Inkster National Bank, Inkster, Mich
Rogers Park National Bank, Chicago, 111
First National Bank, Lynchburg, Ohio
Commercial National Bank & Trust Co., St. Joseph, Mich
First National Bank, Hankinson, N. Dak
_
First National Bank, Midland City, Ala_
Alderson National Bank, Alderson, W. Va
Highland National Bank, Pittsburgh, Pa
—
First National Bank, Viborg, S. Dak
—Ogden National Bank, Chicago, 111
First National Bank, Fort Mill, S. C
Farmers National Bank, New Bedford, 111
First National Bank, Bode, Iowa
—
First National Bank, Sisseton, S. Dak
--_
First National Bank, Hagerstown, Md
First National Bank, Reed City, Mich
-

See footnotes at end of table.




Capital
stock at
date of
failure

Date receiver
appointed

$50,000 July 21,1931
100,000
do
25,000 July 27,1931
200,000
do
50,000 July 28,1931
25,000 July 3a 1931
60,000 Aug. 3,1931
300,000 Aug. 6,1931
600,000
do
50,000 Aug. 7,1931
25,000 Aug. 8,1931
25,000
do
25,000
do
25,000
do
100,000 Aug. 10,1931
100,000
do.
500,000 Aug. 11,1931
50,000 Aug. 12,1931
50,000
do
_25,000
do
25,000 Aug. 14,1931
40,000 Aug. 15,1931
25,000 Aug. 17,1931
25,000 Aug. 18,1931
1,000,000
do.
25,000 Aug. 20,1931
50,000 Aug. 22,1931
25,000 Aug. 24,1931
200,000
do
50,000
.do.
200,000 Aug. 26,1931
25,000
do
60,000 Sept. 1,1931
25,000 Sept. 3,1931
35,000
do.
30,000 Sept. 4,1931
1,000,000
do
50,000 Sept. 8,1931
45,000
do
50,000 Sept, 10,1931
150,000
do.
50,000 Sept. 11,1931
50,000
do
40,000 Sept. 12,1931
25,000 Sept. 14,1931
125,000 Sept. 16,1931
do.
30,000
40,000 Sept. 18,1931
200,000 Sept. 19.1931
25,000
do...
3,000,000 Sept. 21,1931
40,000 Sept. 23,1931
25,000
do.
25,000
do
100,000 Sept. 24,1931
50,000 Spet. 28,1931
do.
200,000
30,000 ....do
35,000
.do.
25,000
.do.
200,000
do
-40,000 Oct. 1,1931
do
200,000
40,000
do.
do
i.OOOl.
25,000; . . . - d o
75,OO0i
do
150,000 Oct. 5,1931
100,0001 . - . - d o

REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

241

1932, dates of appoint7nent of receivers and final dosing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources including offsets
indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31, 1932—Continued
Book value of assets at date of
failure

Progress of liquidation
to date of this report
Additional

Estimated
good

Estimated
doubtful

Estimated
worthless

$48, 273
147,999
23, 592

$257, 611
241, 418
181, 778

$25, 501
38, 070
11, 201

151, 362
256, 786
94, 942
260, 348
2, 771, 920
158, 980
43, 111
71, 213
65, 802
62, 693
280, 620
1,567,364

522, 793
246,153
598. 878
1, 071, 211
7, 232,142
303, 497
90,963
101, 588
183, 400
129, 704
382, 258
1, 636, 261

17, 735
104, 621
95, 220
14, 981
23,184
29, 578
27, 346
29, 311
11,935
4, 569
13, 417
134, 899

263, 798
150, 977
37, 875
38, 610
4,009
43, 170
38, 412
6,174, 953
35, 546
222, 092
94, 586
1,103, 278
37, 679
780, 346
48, 605
28, 303
127, 698
169, 230
187, 294
5, 084,165
45,010
33, 300
32, 859
482, 377
90, 787
128, 368
109,670
113,279
415,741
70, 727
146,923
771, 281
40,122
26, 708,938
277,902
02,520
41, 745
223, 731
61, 570
412,844
64,011
40, 789
407,802
854, 919
125, 390
165,412
77,596
67, 756
17, 298
118,788
1,380,408
214,863

256. 619
248; 967
157,068
111, 181
701
235, 996
113.810
2, 236; 904
26, 736
392, 852
182, 607
1, 730, 602
62, 938
1, 765,166
149,136
100, 658
34, 702
91, 055
191, 791
3, 7S7, 211
67,570
47, 379
286, 687
761,960
146,465
333,352
147,632
256,166
1,182,118
77, 059
118,546
1, 538,101
128, 527
28, 298, 687
235,368
52, 301
239, 375
1,146, 953
217, 434
1,856,440
114,195
95, 625
103,157
3, 513,332
204,154
385, 314
103, 073
47, 548
97,510
234, 045
1,854, 363
1, 073,344

17, 602
27, 780
4,732
3,797
51,152
3,860
6,121
525, 464
49, 232
41, 722
30, 474
238,166
52, 508
34, 299
1, 7S4
41,704
26, 203
135, 037
17,017
835,723
56,417
34,109
1,425
269,626
9,710
17,687
22,456
6, 748
404, 860
2,310
3,587
58,438
17,916
2, 555,540
46,288
22,136
8, 447
24,106
8,695
1, 219, 425
17,018
54.668
39, 675
48,082
50,106
193,443
157, 621
10,630
10,993
47,419
54, 301
249, 089




assets
received
since
date of
failure

$30, 352
5,125
10,955
226
48, 831
70, 412
61,120
43, 924
296, 918
129, 685
12, 447
26, 528
3,333
11, 472
75, 897
117,809
1,483
14, 789
19, 774
47, 790
13,198
438
17, 504
29, 701
264,109
21, 688
68, 667
60,329
79,191
17, 790
67,169
10, 867
7,603
1, 815
29, 786
11,194
241, 514
37, 429
51, 245
25, 851
26,013
26,675
6,980
2,188
20, 778
102, 700
2,996
21, 589
33, 572
11,507
1, 519,339
73,321
15, 254
12,818
32,051
7,053
245, 362
51, 910
2,720
23,561
144,964
56,076
37,417
22,528
7,642
4,757
5, 579
286,813
228,864

Total
assessment
upon
shareholders

$50,000
100, 000
25,000
200,000
50,000
25, 000
60,000
300, 000
600, 000
50, 000
25, 000
25, 000
25,000
25, 000
100, 000
500, 000
50, 000
50, 000
25, 000
25,000
30,000
25, 000
25, 000
1,000.000
25,000
50,000
25, 000
200, 000
50, 000
200, 000
25, 000
50, 000
25, 000
35, 000
30,000
1, 000, 000
50, 000
45, 000
50, 000
150, 000
50, 000
50, 000
40, 000
25, 000
125, 000
30, 000
40, 000
200, 000
25, 000
3,000, 000
40, 000
25, 000
25, 000
100,000
50, 000
200, 000
30, 000
35, 000
25, 000
200,000
40, 000
200, 000
40, 000
25, 000
25, 000
75, 000
150, 000

Total assets
and stock
assessment

$411, 737
532, 612
252, 526
200,226
790, 721
702,972
910,160
1, 690, 464
10,924,164
671, 740
198. 867
253, 640
289, 470
233, 438
752,192
3, 556, 333
501, 483
602, 808
497, 498
272, 465
191, 786
86,300
325, 530
213, 044
10, 201, 430
158, 202
775, 333
392, 996
3, 351, 237
220, 915
2, 846,980
235, 392
228, 268
215, 418
460,108
437,296
10, 948, 613
256, 426
211,033
396, 822
1,689,976
323, 637
536, 387
321,946
421,971
2,230, 419
183, 092
330, 645
2,601,392
223, 072
62,082, 504
672, 879
177, 211
327, 385
1, 526, 841
344, 752
3,934, 071
277,134
228, 802
599,195
4, 761, 297
475, 726
981, 586
400, 818
158, 576
155, 558
480,831
3, 725, 885
1, 766,160

Cash collections
from
assets

$104,418
66, 812
17,101
226
172, 226
153,076
282, 502
591, 063
4, 580, 004
184, 276
18, 664
37, 234
32, 458
23,143
301, 970
1, 393, 451
3,483
208, 975
205, 347
23,912
40, 819
2, 576
117, 278
39,890
4, 928, 807
40, 979
192, 336
73, 255
800, 508
57, 423
1, 515, 346
29, 056
45, 212
48, 468
53, 091
138,074
3,561, 435
52, 535
24, 205
77,185
526, 383
33, 551
122,402
103,575
171, 048
355, 093
88, 766
90,367
1,460, 286
40, 220
33, 250, 704
363, 744
60, 575
97,041
442, 249
121,149
1, 025,029
48, 516
34, 869
171, 926
1, 490, 111
90,633
197, 345
113,124
37, 083
24,897
61, 864
975, 652
245, 374

Cash collections
from
stock
assessment

$12,041
5,701
2,340
57, 488
24, 673
23,000
28, 480
4,615
15,472
8,582
755
300
50
1,459
73, 521
215,035
30, 605
11, 515
14, 826
4,634
20,910
10, 608
1,416
446,969
10, 696
19,650
2,787
125, 305
12, 205
47,889
938
6, 215
1,155
9,063
19, 800
180,454
12,857
25,907
22,813
114,320
6,071
25, 002
13, 727
3,432
26,131
4,152
6,611
141, 545
7,577
2, 310, 743
18,400
16,383
18, 358
16, 294
40,351
130, 018
1,000
666
15, 895
148,396
21,313
19, 667
15,715
16, 254
8,407
14,192
98, 341

1634
1635
1636
1637
1638
1639
1640
1641
1642
1643
1644
1645
1646
1647
1648
1649
1650
1651
1652
1653
1654
1655
1656
1657
1658
1659
1660
1661
1662
1663
1664
1665
1666
1667
1668
1669
1670
1671
1672
1673
1674
1675
1676
1677
1678
1679
1680
1681
1682
1683
1684
1685
1686
1687
1688
1689
1690
1691
1692
1693
1694
1695
1696
1697
1698
1699
1700
1701
1702

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TABLE NO. 43.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31,
total assets at date of failure and^ additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
allowed together with the disposition of stick collections, and various other data
Progress of liquidation to date of this report—Continued

Unpaid
balance

E. F. C.

1634
1635
1636
1637
1638
1639
1640
1641
1642
1643
1644
1645
1646
1647
1648
1649
1650
1651
1652
1653
1654
1655
1656
1657
1658
1659
1660
1661
1662
1663
1664
1665
1666
1667
1668
1669
1670
1671
1672
1673
1674
1675
1676
1677
1678
1679
1680
1681
1682
1683
1684
1685
1686
1687
1688
1689
1690
1691
1692
1693
1694
1.695
1696
1697
1698
1899
1700
1701
1702

Offsets
allowed
and
settled

$10,000

$4, 794
1,098
2,339

46,600

15,840
21,059
32, 684
41,280
259,133
20, 304
4,264
301
6,112
2,460
40,261
228,807

~32~200
26,000
7,500
13,900
10, 500

29,600
"~8,"l00
3,600
14, 600
3,300
17,800
23,100
245,800
6,400
10,100
3,700
11,400
7,700
48,400
276,000
37,800
71,900
6,200
9,900
14,600

20,500
20,000
2,000,000
6,400
10,900
68,900
279,300
9,500
39,700
368, 400
7,900
13,700
9,200

12,000

19, 699
1,627
3,500
5,139
1,950
7,01?
4,822
651,665
3,676
14, 216
20, 513
126,886
4,011
120,008
31, 339
5,096
3,833
25,788
23,178
1.026,923
6,11
4,033
7,445
57,1
31, 754
13,103
9,642
63,356
1, 305
14, 233
53,966
4,021
3,544,334
20, 39'
9,109
5,929
57, 8 r
5,764
182, 599
3, 679
2,338
24,093
330,894
14,158
29,743
• 10,935
6,713
4,349
1,955
107,165
47,785

Total collecBook
tions from Loss on
Book value of
all sources, assets com
Book
value of assets
Diviincluding pounded value of remainredends
offsets alor sold remaining ing uncol- turned paid on
lowed and
under uncollected lected
to
secured
unpaid
stock as- share- claims
order of
assets
balance
sessment holders'
court
R.F.Cloan
agents
$131,253
73, 611
21, 780
57, 714
259, 339
197, 135
375, 866
636, 958
4, 854, 609
239,162

$24, 659
13, 5S0
122

62,695
37,873
251, 614
2,337,801
134, 004
I>46, 755
139,774
73,750
46,853
90,011
1, 181,158
293,159

$227, 866
351,122
207, 964

""552," 655
492, 576
484, 790
493, 753
3,374,817
417,160
150, 939
191,105
225,900
182, 835
409,961
302,941 1, 531,134

11,261
50,184
264, 368
2,110, 210

3 i, 183
2", 835
b2, 520
S7. 562
34-2, 231
1, 695, 779
216, 518
28S, 879
23.8, 489
50, 338
50, 592
V.5,436
188, 499
79, 323
(JO, 728
4,563
C, 027, 441 138, 370
£8. 651
214, 002
119, 655
1,601
1, 298, 499
80, 039
1,693, 343
61. 333
1,424
60, 223
54, 856
95.642
39,656
229, 452
14,024
5, 044. 812
22, 347
71.509
54,145
145. 243
24,034
769,672
46,858
189,058
2,573
145, 005
20,582
184,122
84, 348
444, 580
15, 69'
04, 223
416
131,711
1, 675, 797 449,214
1,349
51, 818
41,105,781 1,574,049
33, 61"
402, 541
330
92, 467
11, 254
132, 228
236,748
585, 260
61, 351
167, 264
162,865
1,(516,946

See footnotes at end of table.




Disposition of proceeds of liquidation

1,238
46,351
5,319
72,462
4,932
1,870

$37, 959
94,299
22,660
. 142,51
25, 327
2,000
31,520
295, 385
584, 528
41, 418
24, 245
24, 700
24,950
23, 541

26,479
284, 965
324,134
19, 395
38,485
148, 603
10,174
220,053
120, 828
20, 366
51, 774
9,090
96,916
14, 392
138,
23, 584
3, 482, 588 553,031
88, 547
14, 304
30,350
518, 781
22,213
274, 228
2, 222, 242 74,695
37, 795
109, 481
699, 725 152, 111
24,062
149,997
43,785
126, 536
23,845
138,117
25,937
346.229
10,200
206,388
5, 346, 231 819, 546
37,143
125.427
19,09r
137, 795
27,18:
262,192
35,680
932, 490
43,929
239,050
24,998
332, 231
26, 273
162, 695
21,568
195, 699
98,869
1, 602, 622
25, 848
47, 324
33,389
185, 629
58,455
437,926
17,423
152, 482
689,257
20,713,417
21,600
215,121
8,617
82,197
6,642
188,161
83,706
690,027
9,649
106, 488
69,982
2, 363, 578
29,000
194, 939
34, 334
156, 595
9,105
376,938
51,604
2, 693,941
18,68:
325, 616
180, 333
482, 036
24, 285
231, 827
8,746
87,910
16,593
101, 312
60,808
341,027
51, 659
2, 241, 773

251,295
694 1, 472, 307

Dividends
paid on
unsecured
claims

$74, 621

$51,789
14,200

3,065
3,632
3,583

1,576
6,141
4,058
15, 754
1,883
5,657
18,890

9,638
6,082
6,119
296,324

59,005
8,975
3,187
5,938
22,488

1,777

54,539

5,784
3,785

10,134
"l2,~503

181,898
66,229
210,721
408,320
3,272,788
192,508
6,833
16,848
11,670
3 198,128
389,095
201, 670
223,140
10,163
20,421
7,218
119,866
32,019
1,423,957
19, 377
114,527
49,235
917,681
59,309
1,161,542
9,739
19,390
13,685
141, 338
1,518,650
31,656
31, 772
80, 271
347,421
7,704
54,568
12,350
125,504
105,348
7,779
92,138
1,154,491
8,030
3 16,042,073
248,372
48,702
102,233
162,984
30,550
716,322
14,662

182,518
1,309,503
48,255
105,459
27,899
53,781
22,136
19,196
394,158

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243

1932, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources including offsets
indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31, 1932—Continued
Disposition of proceeds of liquidation—Continued
Secured and
preferred
liabilities Cash adpaid except vanced in
through
protecdividends, tion of
including
assets
offsets
allowed
$37,071
52,814
14,927

$265
296

59,292
63,447
127,888
118,398
939,302
24,461
15, 727
33,995
27,126
17,168
93,881
506,503

1,164
197
7,047
7,181
12, 357
1,035
39
11
211
481
1,013
16,841

53, 629
195,212
17,081
23,046
1,950
7,158
17, 257
1,911,133
26,906
86, 364
61,670
340,131
14, 562
473, 527
52,024
28, 390
32, 423
62, 237
75, 243
2,858, 290
24, 628
15,536
50,139
330, 894
20, 740
117, 380

325
82
208

110,117
42,797
239,165

75, 824
27, 410
485, 563
28, 607
24, 467, 928
54, 679
34,244
5,984
378,919
65, 288
679,344
35, 692
27,075
49,197
961, 618
72,039
109, 703
88, 210
13, 933
12, 776
47, 345
600, 587
121, 752

749
103,661
31
482
3,190
1, 501
4,701

132,36'
241
5
7,685
582
1,629
211
525
1,348
1,288
97, 223
376
10, 049
336
54, 764
11
85
852
96
599
2,821
552
2,639
""521
31

Receivers' salary, legal
and other
expenses

Cash in
hands of
comptroller and
receivers

Amount Amount
returned of claims
to share- proved
holders
in cash

$7,178
$12,118
9,300
11,201
4,775
2,078
1, 235
4,690
7,577
9,408
10, 775
42,287
13, 799
16,411
22, 750
80, 309
82, 572
547, 590
9,904
11,254
4,027
1,492
2,558
1, 271
3,552
1,151
3,260
1,400
8,411
40, 798
25, 397
757, 943
8, 259
6,589
7,440
4,345
6,228
5, 228
5,136
1, 351
8,086
8,184
859
6,873
6,162
5, 313
5, 649
3,171
92, 609 2, 496, 081
4,279
2,401
11,378
12, 361
5,052
508
22, 566
10, 620
3,638
2, 530
30, 331
23, 242
6, 386
2,115
5, 036
7,420
4,839
2, 122
7, 143
6, 298
5,099
7,772
69, 231
169, 950
6,874
8,110
4,765
2,072
5,886
8,9421
14, 507
10,1601
6,274
2, 583
6,826
5,468
7,734
8, 655
8, 141
7,680
27, 221
49, 833
5.262
5, 358
5, 408
6, 755
22,117
12, 278
5,347
6, 769
204, 790
293, 767
9, 385
89.^729
4,941
4. 580
6,113
7,849
23, 860
19.161
7, 233
9, 654
35,184
125, 548
6,261
2, 284
3, 725
6,988
7, 955
11,092
32,177
34, 407
5,989
7,122J
19, 663
9,109i.
7,371
5, 608j.
3,928
2,108
4,555
4,747
6,349
4,618
31,051
154,841
13, 331
158, 045




Divi- Interest
dividends dends
(per
(per
cent)
cent)

$226,885 33
300,423
62,879
51, 789 100
478, 680 38
491,830 15
575,2S9 36.6667
833, 676 49
7, 700,
42.5
427,990 45
118,962 8. 3333
105, 066
205,015 10
152, 792 10
396,380 3 50
2,587,348 15
504,174 40
406,491 55
163,498 7
146,816 18
114,304 10
17,299 100
219,005 55
123,168 26
5, 785, 035 25
50, 282 47.5
504,460 26
206, 408 24
2, 304, 233 40
98,848 60
1, 788, 309 65
99, 344
77, 247 22
122,322 20
283, 720
282, 678 50
5, 354,193 30
90, 445 35
52, 954 60
258, 937 31
1,011,229 40
133,907 12.5
285, 734 20
151.196 13
253, 061 50
1,651,244 8.5
32, 377 25
184, 277 50
1,652,208 70
98,072 10
26, 733, 3923 60
533,775 50
65, 849 75
233, 877 45
820, 935 20.
166,173 50
2. 395, 218 30
123, 960 15
18, 503
457, 886 40
3,051,312 43
268, 244 18
421,878 25
221,128 15
82, 843 65
82, 263 27
275, 265 11.5
2, 102,408 20
922,920

2.656

2.64

Date finally
closed or
restored to
solvency

1634
1635
1636
1637
1638
1639
1640
1641
1642
1643
1644
1645
1646
1647
1648
1649
1650
1651
1652
1653
1654
1655
1656
1657
1658
1659
1660
1661
1662
1663
1664
1665
1666
1667
1668
1669
1670
1671
1672
1673
1674
1675
1676
1677
1678
1679
1680
1681
1682
1683
1684
1685
1686
1687
1688
1689
1690
1691
1692
1693
1694
1695
1696
1697
1698
1699
1700
1701
1702

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 43.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October SI,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto^
allowed together with the disposition of such collectionsy and various other data

Name aacl location of banks

1703
1704
1705
1706
1707
1708
1709
1710
1711
1712
1713
1714
1715
1716
1717
1718
1719
1720
1721
1722
1723
1724
1725
1726
1727
1728
1729
1730
1731
1732
1733
1734
1735
1736
1737
1738
1739
1740
1741
1742
1743
1744
1745
1746
1747
1748
1749
1750
1751
1752
1753
1754
1755
1756
1757
1758
1759
1760
1761
1762
1763
1764
1765
1766
1767
1768
1769
1770
1771

First National Bank, Richwood, W. Va.3
Peoples National Bank, Pulaski, N. Y
First National Bank, Unionville, N. Y
First National Bank, Fleischmanns, N. Y.First National Bank, Orbisonia, Pa_._
First National Bank, Kewanee, 111
Security National Bank, Bowie, Tex
San Angelo National Bank, San Angelo, Tex.National City Bank, Ottawa, 111
First National Bank, Elba, Ala
Ashland National Bank, Ashland, Ky First National Bank, Smith ville, Tex
:
Calumet National Bank, Chicago, 111
First National Bank, Newton, Iowa 2
First National Bank, Colville, Wash
Peoples National Bank, Point Marion, Pa
National Exchange Bank, Weston, W. Va.2
_..
Planters & Merchants First National Bank, South Boston, Ya_.
First National Bank, Carterville, 111
National Bank of Fayette County, Uniontown, Pa
First National Bank, Carey, Ohio
Moshannon National Bank, Phillipsburg, Pa
National Mohawk Valley Bank, Mohawk, N. Y
Farmers National Bank, Leechburg, Pa
Main Line National Bank, Wayne, Pa
First National Bank, Hastings, Nebr_.
First National Bank, Belington, W. Va
First National Bank, Fairview, W. Va
First National Bank, Deer Trail, Colo
First National Bank, Fort Stockton, Tex
First National Bank, Chase City, Va
First National Bank, Pollock, S. Dak
Citizens National Bank, Vandergrift, Pa
First National Bank, Auburn, Nebr
Farmers & Merchants National Bank, Webster, S. Dak
Houston National Bank, Dothan, Ala
First National Bank, Stewartville, Minn
National Bank of Sidney, Sidney, Icwa
Gary National Bank, Gary, W. Va
First National Bank, Anawalt, W. Va
First National Bank, Bishop, Tex
First National Bank, Mathis, Tex
First National Bank, Fennimore, Wis.2
First National Bank, Yuma, Colo
First National Bank, Brunswick, Mo
First National Bank, Isanti, Minn
First National Bank in Versailles, Mo
Wrest Side Atlas National Bank, Chicago, 111
First National Bank & Trust Co., Merchantville, N. J.2
First National Bank, Elizabethton, Tenn
Westmont National Bank, Westmont, N. J
First National Bank, Roxboro, N. C
_. ...
First National Bank, Erie, 111
Belvidere National Bank, Belvidere, N. J.
Lyon County National Bank, Rock Rapids, Iowa.
First National Bank, Cowen, W. Va
First National Bank, Terra Alta, W. Va
First National Bank, Lak« City, Iowa
First National Bank, Turkey, Tex..
First National Bank, Baldwin Park, Calif.
First National Bank, Doon, Iowa
First National Bank, Blockton, Iowa
City National Bank, Herrin, 111
.
Citizens National Bank, Prosperity, S. C
First National Bank, Newark, N. Y
First National Bank, Lake Village, Ark.-1.
First National Bank, Dexter, Mo
Exchange National Bank. Pittsburgh, Pa
Citizens National Bank, Kokomo, Ind_._

See footnotes at end of table.




Capital
stock at
date of
failure

Date receiver
appointed

$40,000 Oct. 5,1931
50,000
do
__.
30,000
do
25,000
do
60,000
do
125,000] Oct. 6,1931
60,000
do.
300,000
do
200,000] — . d o
100,000 —~do
800,000 Oct. 7,1931
50,000!
do.
400,000
do
100,000 Oct. 8,1931
60,000
.do.
50,000
_..
150,000 — d o 9,1931
125,000 Oct. 10,1931
Oct.
50,000
600,000 Oct.do
12,1931
25,000
do150,000
do
100,0001
do
50,000
do
50,000
do
200,000
40,000 Oct. 13,1931
do
30,000
do.
25,000
do
50,000
do
100,000
do
25,000
do
125,000
do
50,000
do
50,000
150,000 Oct. 15,1931
do
50,000
.do.
60,000
100,000 -_-do
50,000 . . - d o
do
25,000
do.
25,000
do.
50,000
40,000 Oct. 16,1931
do.
50,000
do
25,000
do
__.
30,000
do.
200,000
100,000 .-—do
75,000 Oct. 19,1931
do
_..
25,000
.do.
150,000
..do..
40,000
..do .
_do_.
100,000
75,000 Oct. 20,1931
25,000
do
.do
25,000
50,000 Oct. 22,1931
25,000
do
do
35,000
do
50,000
do
25, 000
do
50,000
50,000
do
150,000 Oct. 23,1931
50,000
.do
50, COO
..do..
750, 000
..do..
350,000
..do..

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

245

1932, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources including offsets
indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31, 1932—Continued
Book va] ue of assets at date of
failure

Progress of liquidation
to date of this report
Additional

Estimated
good

Estimated
doubtful

Estimated
worthless

assets
received
since
/1 o 4~ /\OI
date f\f
failure

Total
assessment
upon
shareholders

Total assets
and stock
assessment

Cash col-

lections
from
assets

Cash collections
from
stock
assessment

1703
$30,109 1704
29,750 1705
1706
44,741 1707
84,592 1708
27, 250 1709
1710
47,000 1711
12,860 1712
1713
10,561 1714
118,806 1715
1716
22, 760 1717
1718
1719
67,613 1720
28,878 1721
231, 758 1722
19,000 1723
88, 448 1724
56,139 1725
32,457 1726
30, 525 1727
51, 015 1728
28,833 1729
28,225 1730
3,761 1731
5,300 1732
56,422 1733
6, 050 1734
81, 3S6 1735
28,200 1736
5,600 1737
10,387 1738
33,588 1739
31,933 1740
14,200 1741
16,627 1742
3,715 1743
6,525 1744
1745
11, 761 1746
17,699 1747
10, 530 1748
10, 500 1749
33,003 1750

$259, 877
448,331

$433,287
273, 591

$37,724
17,940

$26,182
29, 736

$50,000
30,000

$807, 070
799,598

$337,535
340,374

112,495
901,339
21,156

485, 300
674, 316
161, 838

9
15,423
98, 235

60, 470
154, 304
58,692

50, 000
125, 000
50,000

708, 274
1,870,382
389,921

160, 257
569, 743
81,191

355, 425
19,377

835,070
229,844

182, 284
202,217

28, 575
66, 083

200, 000
100,000

1,599, 354
617, 521

324,645
57, 219

109, 408
681,534

144, 665
2, 473,162

57,132
352,113

13, 689
86, 275

50, 000
400, 000

374,894
3,993, 084

128,720
990, 252

491,297
184,459

276,572
336,931

23,931
9,218

68,020
26, 073

60, 000
50,000

919, 820
606,681

412, 747
74, 563

246, 925
109,729
1,643,368
117,759
181,596
363,120
225, 843
393, 899
695,151
39,990
130, 656
32,926
305, 310
235,416
41,701
501,824
214,624
183,383
300,474
141,007
80, 927
338, 228
152,083
35,589
29, 261

1,323,307
302, 490
9, 086,179
117,908
1,478,014
825, 474
440,005
394,744
1,668,984
356,722
204,096
53, 520
167,160
523,895
108,977
968,645
124,911
341, 031
567,702
390, 530
150,380
411,524
98,077
90, 661
59,459

313,354
12,235
304, 072
13,535
145, 306
17, 014
4,404
42,028
8,330
19,985
21, 223
7,435
32,364
20,624
31,776
98, 426
35,269
59,943
155, 509
9,450
64,969
46, 397
16, 669
23,271
17,998

98, 534
7,477
545,450
41,934
169,966
89,905
34,242
4,940
66,500
13,501
10, 423
11, 250
119,284
109,063
12, 517
141,539
68, 806
24, 341
268,387
33,304
78,207
111, 093
10,903
33,612
30,580

125, 000
50,000
500, 000
25, 000
150, 000
100,000
50, 000
50, 000
200,000
40,000
30,000
25, 000
50, 000
100,000
25,000
125,000
50,000
50, 000
150, 000
50, 000
60,000
100, 000
50,000
25, 000
25, 000

2,107,120
481,931
12,079, 069
316,136
2,124,882
1,395, 513
754, 494
885,611
2,638.965
470,198
396,398
130,131
674,118
988, 998
219,971
1,835, 434
493, 610
658,698
1,442, 072
624, 291
434,483
1,007, 242
327, 732
208,133
162, 298

509,909
108, 301
2, 879, 741
128, 637
346, 906
601,362
208, 941
146,129
833, 627
96, 924
135,480
40,100
217,431
173,808
17,968
435,131
161,612
124, 634
201, 596
326, 752
82,648
182,115
67, 251
42, 767
27, 761

118,287
44, 521
31,775
64, 813
233, 221

65,243
195, 215
226,011
180, 461
1, 399, 639

8,609
97,872
1,377
46,172
441,558

51,355
9,899
21, 780
8,356
51,783

40,000
50, 000
25,000
30,000
200,000

283, 494
397,507
305,943
329,802
2,326, 201

78,813
43, 660
118,383
72, 894
643, 095

299,037
153,154
139, 841
364, 944
412, 705
330,455
89, 066
301, 205
110, 553
32, 995
148, 739
18, 891
32, 205
55, 784
44. 266
697', 626

932, 630
196, 448
380,416
254,077
1, 633, 721
792,814
29, 850
233, 842
147, 012
118, 213
95, 585
177, 763
121,017
821,906
209, 489
1, 610,456

158, 274
61, 663
139, 898
8,885
91,419
126,618
4,758
14, 785
142,862
28,197
46, 786
35,169
1,692
31,012
6,615
124, 333

53,597
102, 751
27, 745
33, 781
74, 673
285 289
936
15,927
87,265
9,176
13, 752
2,211
2,130
24,401
140,096
164, 967

75, 000
25,000
150. 000
40,000
100,000
75,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
25, 000
35,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
150, 000

1,518,538
539, 016
837, 900
701, 687
2, 312, 518
1, 353,176
149, 610
590, 759
537, 692
213, 581
339,862
284, 034
182,044
983,103
450, 466
2, 747, 382

187, 490
109, 955
69, 263
170,902
1, 034, 287
376, 854
39,165
121,185
97,854
20, 878
102,186
60, 952
43, 239
198, 072
95, 619
949,172

12,150
12,050
17, 347
9,200
88,427
2,279
5,070

49, 831
2,547, 498
1,365, 523

306, 432
4, 539, 962
1, 931, 568

63, 737
685, 966
413, 876

15, 218
267,133
243,187

50,000
750, 000
350, 000

485, 218
8, 790, 559
4, 304,154

209, 794
2, 279, 049
838, 991

3, 589
456,112
210,748




16, 830
3,100
14,154
53
3,250
27, 426
32,035
79, 962

1752
1753
1754
1755
1756
1757
1758
1759
1760
1761
1762
1763
1764
1765
1766
1767
1768
1769
1770
1771

246

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 43.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
allowed together with the disposition of such collections, and various other data
Disposition of proceeds of liquidation

Progress of liquidation to date of this report—Continued

Unpaid
balance
R. F. C.
loan

1703
1704
1705
1706
1707
1708
1709
1710
1711
1712
1713
1714
1715
1716
1717
1718
1719
1720
1721
1722
1723
1724
1725
1726
1727
1728
1729
1730
1731
1732
1733
1734
1735
1736
1737
1738
1739
1740
1741
1742
1743
1744
1745
1746
1747
1748
1749
1750
1751
1752
1753
1754
1755
1756
1757
1758
1759
1760
1761
1762
1763
1764
1765
1766
1767
1768
1769
1770
1771

Offsets
allowed
and
settled

Total collecBook
tions : Tom Loss on
value of
Book
all sources, assets comremainvalue of
including
pounded
remaining ing uncoloffset? alor sold
uncollected lected
lowed and
under
stock asunpiid
order of
assets
sessment
balance
court
R.F.C" loan

Book
value of
assets
returned
to
shareholders'
agents

Dividends
paid on
secured
claims

Dividends
paid on
unsecured
claims

106, 600
334, 500
18,100
35,000
11,800
22,200
31,000
14,700
6,300
108,700
30,700
13,200
47,400
3,300

6,200
11,200
120, 200

65,500
50,000
23,600
7,400
8,800
1,500
26,000
5,500
338, 900

$86. 558
35,929

$297, 659
380, 897

$19, 891
250

$365
7,855

$130,444
303,733

7,941
53. 397
6,478

2;; 1,439
707. 732
119,719

26. 582
22, 438

490,076
1,095, 660
229, 814

5,259
40, 408
22, 750

9, 779

210,157
308,183
22, 830

475,203|
72, 745

6,019
SI

965,132
457, 5oo

153,000
87,140

119. 811
1, 2*9, 557

305
70,978

185, 339
2, 391,355

39, 439
281,194

51,177

90,757
364,121

40. 400
19,426

4,800

$102, 962
422, 522

10, 530
140, 499

18,500

$35,318
12, 398

103, 558
*>, 666

$40,000

475.907
[»3, 989

93,941
4, 250

312,732
458, 442

37,240
50,000

* 2, 618

61, 568
7,887
385, 649
10, 932
68.570
45, 221
26, 735
37, 462
180,132
11,697
4,071
2, 42S
Id, 938
18,039
1,387
61,377
7,343
12, 020
26, 175
19 665
7, 829
21, 594
13,116
19,146
6,996

745, 690
145, 066
3, 8HI, 648
176.669
£03.924
737. 722
279.933
236. 316
1,064, 774
]»>8. 454
132,476
46, 289
248,969
218,269
25, 405
«S6, 594
197,155
172,954
238,158
JS30, 005
135, 610
265, 309
96,994
68,928
41,282

19, 441
46,157
73, 684
3.801
46,010
176,126
1,749
2,837
128, 786

1, 391, 202
269, 586
8, 239, 995
147,766
1, 513, 396
472, 804
467,069
649,183
1, 296, 420
321, 577
225, 702
62,603
380,842
697,151
175,616
1,177, 458
270, 709
454, 687
1, 022, 431
110,762
276, 031
698, 710
194, 520
121, 220
102, 541

57, 387
21,122
268,242
6,000
61, 552
43, 861
17, 543
19,475
148,985
11,167
1, 775
21,239
44,700
43, 578
18,950
43, 614
21, 800
44,400
139, 613
16, 412
28,067
85,800
33,373
21, 285
18, 475

48,040

7, 482
4, 313
4, 659
13, 783
73,797

98,056
71,872
144,772
97,177
S 70,095

1
4,499
37, 477

157,198
295,035
120, 424
213,125
1,380,138

28,239
32, 301
14,470
19,500
166,997

27, 530
48,411
10, 687
24,097
59,025
106, 405
6,174
8,911
11,734
3,529
26, 871
7,677
8,011
66, 552
14, 073
91.051

227,170
1.70. 416
97,297
269, 699
1, 181. 739
535, 538
50, 409
130,096
150,018
27, 507
150,611
77, 482
56,000
292,050
167, 727
1, L20,185

2,412
7.684
7,139
1,520
664,142
47, 096

1,692
46,888
1,473
194,998

1, 226,106
347, 966
600, 811
465,168
455, 064
747,821
79,271
435,663
378,104
164,174
156,042
165,405
104,102
621, 591
289,301
1. 362,161

62, 850
12,950
132,653
30,800
11,573
72, 721
19,930
25,000
33,170
21,900
20,846
49,947
21, 750
22,574
17,965
70,038

15,134
641. 930
197. 821

234, 017
3. 715. 991
1. '247. 5fiO

552
4.000
1. 783

209, 738
5,115, 580
2. 915. 559

46,411
293,888
139. 252

See footnotes a t end of table.




1,145
5,907
36,468
3,946
17, 357
41,870
117,112
7,97o
4.823
2,845

29,171

19, 763

55, 080

4

233, 611
281, 226
49,082
605,347
134,626

5,979
23, 431
35,909

434, 931
216,000
84, 486
295.877
93, 331
155,073
8,276
15,109
77,250

513

444,730
72,519
125, 39o

22, 770

8,781

4 296, 8S3
60,663
120,326

2,485

12, 652
23,779

7,552
59,274

31,092
18, 250
72, 378
42,006
146,888
77,134
176,179
* 849, 336
367, 620
21,682
108, 207

11, 208

3,233
16, 272

29,562
32,929
29,339
44, 665
98, 312
586, 498
29, 833
1,157, 487
339,582

247

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

1932, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources including offsets
indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31, 1932—Continued
Disposition of proceeds of liquidation—Continued
Secured and
preferred
liabilities Cash adpaid except vanced in
through
protecdividends,
tion of
including
assets
offsets
allowed

$175.840
40,799

Cash in
Receivers' sal- h a n d s of
ary, legal comptroland other ler and
expenses receivers

Dividends
(per
cent)

Amount Amount
returned of claims
to share- proved
holders
in cash

Interest
dividends
(per
cent)

Date finally
closed or
restored to
solvency

July 16,1932
$180

$10,464
9,307

$85,669
60,828

$483, 225
634,959

27
50

7,941
336, 478
70, 289

3,564
167

7,374
18, 633
11,975

5, 967
40, 874
4,679

467,316
968,806
163, 314

45
32
20

237, 484
47, 624

113
213

12, 639
11, 758

224,967
13,150

815, 004
122, 433

20, 835
724, 684

2,671
17

11,098
32, 659

24, 450
76, 899

226, 891
2, 253,184

216,158
64,664

579
18

12,010
8,807

10, 933
20, 500

374.821
71, 435
2, 834,100
21, 215
164, 584
258. 958
46, 260
88,523
602,175
60, 529
14,106
26, 003
193, 769
88, 554
19,159
192, 909
104, 819
31, 815
149, 974
52, 934
43, 959
127, 881
29, 019
43,426
7,063

713
235
11, 736

5,964
33
2,442
8
167
11, 360
53
1,176
491
130
190
69

20, 717
4,780
75, 301
6,932
17, 798
13. 321
10; 326
10, 284
28, 597
7,687
4,803
2,856
8,818
7,249
4,100
14,126
6,708
10, 291
13, 802
9 504
8,390
8,742
3,693
5, 208
4,468

20,173
19, 534
250, 084
13, 896
321.009
28, 727
7,346
30, 023
137,983
6,732
7,515
3,175
7,842
33,343
2,113
32,387
13,101
4,773
63,022
20,631
12,641
7,869
64,152
4,967
5,903

1, 370, 073
250, 232
5,300,189
183, 702
1, 223, 528
812,953
540, 000
655, 598
1,183, 526
311, 231
277, 743
54, 586
385, 541
586, 046
139, 000
1,111,808
258,945
453,094
548,037
424,119
174,185
483, 648
150, 707
100, 926
68,337

59, 527
33, 667
54, 737
39,103
606, 728

263
2,200
129
948
5,708

4,925
5,290
6,303
6,687
27,869

2,249
4,913
11,225
8,433
23,628

91, 439
262, 731
181,159
210, 032
1,022, 261

162,707
58, 472
57, 759
70, 331
125, 731
129, 631
13, 795
9,151
28,797
20,668
98, 257
32, 663
19, 858
162, 693
48, 046
274, 731

1,954
4,922
2,487
1,970
171
3,995
4
107
46
17
75
50
26
1,663
5,478
418

26,468
7,663
8,051
9,197
19, 722
9,961
3,232
7,551
7,253
3,041
8,102
5,391
4,446
11, 727
5,607
16,100

36, 041
22,225
29,000
12,022
186, 779
24, 331
11,696
113, 287
5,715
3,781
3,407
6,449
2,331
71, 302
7,051
226,166

185, 669
313, 074 25
252, 573
490, 073 36
1,698,075 4 50
967, 417 38
79, 411 40
328, 408
310, 089 35
59, 634
152, 555 22
143,167 23
108, 682 27
363, 631 12.5
180, 597 60
1, 841, 822 32

189, 235
2, 350, 398
549,838

27, 698
7,358

6,868
61, 349
56,124

8,081
119,059
294,658

139,684
3,472, 461
2, 301, 244

July 15,1932

Jan.

4,1932

Feb. 20,1932
40
20

Mar. 31,1932

467, 229 * 50
241, 016

Sept. 15,1932

533
1,785
1
230
142
175
979

24
20
12 5
73.3333

mi
1722
1723
1724
1725
1726
1727

53.5
40
16. 6667
25
30
55.8333
30
10
20

ms

40
35
28
4

70
35
25
15
35

Feb. 25,1932

35
10
40
20
16. 6667
TVTQV 1 4

1Q*}9

Sept. 10,1932

14'r796°—£*3




I*r

22
33. 3333
15

1703
1704
1705
1706
1707
1708
1709
1710
1711
1712
1713
1714
1715
1716
1717
1718
1719
1720

1729
1730
1731
1732
1733
1734
1735
1736
1737
1738
1739
1740
1741
1742
1743
1744
1745
1746
1747
1748
1749
1750
1 7K1

1752
1753
1754
1755
1756
1757
1758
1759
1760
1761
1762
1763
1764
1765
1766
1767
1768
1769
1770
1771

248

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 43.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
allowed together with the disposition of such collecHonsy and various other data
I

Narna and location of banks

Commercial National Ban!:, Eufaula, Ala..
First National Bank, Graceville, Fla
Wilcox National Bank, Wilcox, Pa
City National Bank, Paducah, Ky
First National Bank, Cardington, Ohio._
Peoples National Bank, Blairstown, N. J
First National Bank, North Rose, N. Y_.
National Bank of Albion, Albion, 111
Monongahela National Bank, Pittsburgh, Pa
Traders National Bank, Buckhannon, W. Va
First National Bank, New Windsor, Md
Citizens National Bank, Philippi, W. Va
First National Bank, Buchanan, Mich
First National Bank, New burg, W. Va
First National Bank, Sycamore, 111
Security National Bank, Paducah, Tex
Citizens National Bank, Seward, Pa
Hutchings First National Bank, Siloam Springs, Ark__
First National Bank, Alliance, Nebr
First National Bank, Golconda, 111.9
First National Bank, Somerfield, Pa
Citizens National Bank, Sedalia, Mo
First National Bank, Hoquiam, Wash
First National Bank, St. Thomas, N. Dak
First National Bank, Buena Vista, Colo
Frist National Bank, Blytheville, Ark
First National Bank, Belle Fourche, S. Dak
First National Bank & Trust Co., Monessen, Pa
First National Bank, Logansport, Ind
City National Bank & Trust Co., Corpus Christi, Tex
Farmers & Miners National Bank, Bentleyville, Pa
First National Bank, Sea Isle City, N. J
Second National Bank, Mcrgantown, W.. ^
o e w u u xyonuiiai
jDa,un. xvxui gaJ-ii/UWii, V
Y Va
Phoenix National Bank, Columbia,
First National Bank, Pharr, Tex. Tenn..
First National Bank, Marcoline, Mo._=
First National Bank, Noble, 1 1
1
American National Bank, Dayton, Tenn
First National Bank of Caster City, Ouster, S. Dak_.
First National Bank, Steamboat Springs. Colo
First National Bank, Frederic, Wis
First National Bank, Tilden, Nebr
First National Bank, Laredo, Tex.i
Second National Bank, Brownsville, Pa.1
First National Bank, Luray, Va.*
Citizens National Bank, Now Lexington, Ohio 2
First National Bank, Houtzdale, Pa
First National Bank, Corinth, Miss
Second National Bank in Youngstown, Ohio l
Norfolk National Bank, Norfolk, Nebr
First National Bank, Brighton, Colo
First National Bank & Trust Co., Woodbridge, N. J_.
First National Bank, Zillah, Wash
_
First National Bank, Stanford, Mont
Twin Falls National Bank, Twin Falls, Idaho
Hopewell National Bank, Hopewell, Pa.__
First National Bank in Gulfport, Miss
First National Bank, Bay City, Mich.a.
First National Bank, West Frankfort, 111
First National Bank, Christopher, 111
Itahca National Bank, Ithaca, Mich
Citizens National Bank & Trust Co., Terre Haute, Ind_
First National Bank, Glen Campbell, Pa
Peoples National Bank, Lodi, Ohio
Citizens National Bank, Ellwood City, Pa
First National Bank, Geneva, Ohio
First National Bank, Parkersburg, W. Va.3
First National Bank, Washington, N. C
First National Bank, Chaffee, Mo
Nogales National Bank, Nogales, Ariz
See footnotes at end of t?.ftle.

1772
1773
1774
1775
1776
1777
1778
1779
1780
1781
1782
1783
1784
1785
1786
1787
1788
1789
1790
1791
1792
1793
1794
1795
1796
1797
1798
1799
1800
1801
1802
1803
1804
1805
1806
1807
1808
1809
1810
1811
1812
1813
1814
1815
1816
1817
1818
1819
1820
1821
1822
1823
1824
1825
1826
1827
1828
1829
1830
1831
1832
1833
1834
1835
1836
1837
1838
1839
1840
1841




f

Capital
stock at
date of
failure

Date receiver
appointed

$150,000 Oct. 27,1931
35,000
do
25,000
do
300, 000 Oct. 28,1931
60,000 Oct. 29,1931
50, 000
d
50,000
do
50, 000
do
1, 000, 000
do
50,000
77,000
..do.
50,000 Oct. 30,1931
do._
50,000
do
25, 000
175,000 Oct. 31,1931
50,000 Nov. 2,1931
do
25,000
50,000
do
100,000 Nov. 3,1931
50,000 Nov. 5,1931
25,000
do
100,000 Nov. 6f 1931
do
300, 000
25,000
do
25,000
do
100,000
do
25,000
do
160, 000
250, 000 Nov. 11,1931
do
200,000
do
100, 000
do
50, 000
do
100,000
do
200,000
50,000 Nov. 12,1931
25,000 Nov. 13,1931
25,000 Nov. 14,1931
do
25,000
25,000 Nov. 17,1931
do
25,000
do
25,000
do
50,000
Nov. 30,1931
250, 000
do
125, 000
do
30,000
do.
75, 000i
do
125, 000
do.
100,000
do.
200, 000
100,000 Dec. 2,1931
do
40,000
do
150,000
do
25,000
35,000
do
150,000
-do25,000 Dec. 3,1931
400, 000 . — .do
400,000 Dec. 7,1931
25, 000
do
60,000
do
25, 000
do
200, 000
do
100,000
do
50,000 Dec. 8,1931
100,000
.do.
50,000 Dec. 9,1931
500, 000
.do.
100, 000 Dec. 11,1931
50,000
do
50,000i
do.

249

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OP THE CURRENCY

1932, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources including offsets
indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31, 1932—Continued
Book value of assets at date of
failure

Progress of liquidation

to date of this report
AA

Ai4-Zs\-nr\l

Additional

Estimated
good

Estimated Estimated
doubtful
worthless

assets
received
since
date of
failure

Total
assessment
upon
share-

Total assets
and stock
assessment

XlOluGrS

Cash collections
from
assets

Cash collections
from
stock
assessment

$152, 890
10, 653
63, 627
443, 954
11, 317
21,817
5,147
5,394
286, 539
94, 548
42, 989
21, 592
22,216
3,798
86,191
7,913
6,914
37,864
266,620

$150, 000
35,000
25, 000
300,000
60,000
50, 000
50,000
50, 000
1,000, 000
50,000
77,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
175,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
100,000

$702, 503
247, 729
372, 658
6,853, 899
353, 741
554,496
611,892
798, 300
17,864, 416
1,164,118
722, 760
950,028
727, 523
381,079
2,016, 338
664, 796
173,151
646,121
3,053,108

$93, 658
41, 717
106,344
1,931,548
85,997
238,164
113, 635
170,025
8,037,148
147, 302
175, 532
179, 566
271,193
82, 795
546, 254
55,190
38, 514
174, 302
1,458,134

$2,985
10,246
19,412
155,096
35,328
42, 624
22, 319
37,734
580, 238
12,470
65,166
37, 554
40,900
13, 920
105, 251
11,435
8,335
1,500
26,862

25,000
100,000
300, 000
25,000
15, 000
100, 000
25,000
160, 000
250, 000
200,000

25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50, 000
250 000
125,000

365, 342
2,505, 334
2,504, 227
268, 389
154,586
419, 623
770,863
3,167,884
5, 626, 060
2,193,085
873,864
478,566
2, 923,616
1,120, 954
324,735
323, 514
250,164
765,980
222,506
652,173
384, 612
378,176
250, 357
690, 577

68, 047
700, 552
427, 930
41,839
89,853
71,897
123,006
377,169
1,849,041
689,455
191, 636
74,656
669,459
244, 703
67,878
70,671
52, 592
106,895
49, 559
168, 364
57,278
82,930
357
18,661

8,911
37,463
37,277
400
6,150
11,326
5,093
37,079
102,147
29, 743

296,185

14,483
28,487
136, 712
10, 345
15, 889
8,082
5,594
197, 697
137, 922
29, 066
30, 054
9,740
78,260
54,073
29,407
18, 299
5,233
55,809
6,603
126, 908
10, 709
57,835
357
120, 707

1,226,190
528, 778
123, 272
614,447
214,189
1, 366,995
92,055
75,929
142, 645
171, 208
2,816, 580

65,426
272,578
131,617
87,894
17,041
45,497
19,628
10 661
228, 821
103
482,146

146,193
144,626
253,258
25, 670
35, 370
29, 870
12,677
10,196
8,499
63,221

125, 000
100, 000
200, 000
100, 000
40, 000
150, 000
25,000
35 000
150, 000
25, 000
400, 000

1,754, 771
1,613, 731
609,811
1,361, 714
388, 975
2,113, 752
303, 304
190,831
584,207
305,468
4,465,937

349, 234
247, 856
68,429
402, 566
91,183
495, 585
64, 525
24,132
67, 288
78, 758
962, 756

51,243
45, 212
67,124
22,380
9,139
74,160
8,700

126,400
102, 802
152, 069
350, 561
52,158
188, 207
236,422
173, 246

968, 697
878, 008
349, 341
1, 087,192
495, 058
408, 352
457, 994
713,811

46, 233
21, 826
60, 033
114,453
29, 749
15, 033
112,745
84

19, 745
70, 504
33, 881
84, 703
10,458
35,037
34, 965
25, 670

25, 000
60,000
25,000
200,000
100, 000
50,000
100,000
50,000

1,186,075
1,133,140
620, 324
1, 836, 909
687,423
696,629
942,126
962,811

244,400
145,186
184,513
385, 916
101,198
264,171
135, 365
206,149

12, 250
29, 675
13,182
113, 290
17,158
40, 817
29, 209
28, 576

344, 926
157, 944
225, 290

484, 012
137,147
274, 585

96,060
44,337
86,183

17, 565
8,578
89,478

100, 000
50,000
50, 000

1, 042, 563
398, 006
725. 536

184,676
98,154
162, 936

29, 650
3,558
1,360

$97,069
61, 554
59, 652
1,158, 925
108, 023
166,146
255, 294
268, 285
6, 211,161
574, 292
211, 991
378, 363
299, 924
139, 501
755, 978
81, 989
19, 636
60, 201
1, 091, 924

$226, 487
97, 823
224, 379
4,703, 737
148, 386
263,140
190,072
469, 540
9, 581, 786
369, 661
313, 432
466, 220
342, 669
175, 206
881, 853
314, 749
121, 601
287, 979
1,458, 758

247, 283
26, 015
53, 393
111, 379
5,081
784, 930
75, 617
77,348
33, 853
12, 714
37,574
117,316
210,145

108,939
811, 649
643,953
41,688
82, 567
70, 718
235, 977
228, 095
2,085, 361
559, 702
367 698
169,170
1,152, 054
340, 905
50, 972
155,199
42,226
259, 955
105, 592
215,806
13, 552
89,429

216,359
1,050, 309
1,216,192
184, 272
34, 350
193,210
397,458
2,260, 057
3, 071, 576
1,202, 452
470, 985
231, 775
1, 251, 590
409, 614
155,436
132 249
157, 972
389,139
73, 476
248, 539
275,409
92,491

561
514,889
207,370
7,084
6,780
47,613
106,834
322, 035
81,201
201, 865
5,127
17,881
341, 712
116, 362
38,920
17, 767
19, 733
36, 077
11,835
35, 920
59, 942
88,421

21, 528

127,157

295,155
566,182
10,296
306,115
92,075
515,890
136, 751
56,564
52,545
100, 658
703, 990




$76, 057
42, 699

210,077
135,806

43,666

50,000
100,000
200,000
50,000

20,047
53,119
54,100
10,026
14, 011
8,000
3,550
17, 300
11,464
18,962
29,147

13,886
17,026
3,406

1772
1773
1774
1775
1776
1777
1778
1779
1780
1781
1782
1783
1784
1785
1786
1787
1788
1789
1790
1791
1792
1793
1794
1795
1796
1797
1798
1799
1800
1801
1802
1803
1804
1805
1806
1807
1808
1809
1810
1811
1812
1813
1814
1815
1816
1817
1818
1819
1820
1821
1822
1823
1824
1825
1826
1827
1828
1829
1830
1831
1832
1833
1834
1835
1836
1837
1838
1839
1840
1841

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 43.—National banks in charge of receivers dicing year ended October 31,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
allowed together with the disposition of such collections, and various other data
Disposition of proceeds of liquidation

Progress of liquidatinc to date of this report—Continued

Unpaid
balance
R. F. C,
loan

1772
1773
1774
1775
1776
1777
1778
1779
1780
1781
1782
1783
1784
1785
1786
1787
1788
1789
1790
1791
1792
1793
1794
1795
1796
1797
1798
1799
1800
1801
1802
1803
1804
1805
1806
1807
1808
1809
1810
1811
1812
1813
1814
1815
1816
1817
1818
1819
1820
1821
1822
1823
1824
1825
1826
1827
1828
1829
1830
1831
1832
1833
1834
1835
1836
1837
1838
1839
1840
1841

$6, 500
7, 300
7,000

31, 600

56,000

33, 400
9,600
2,200
40, 400
58.100

22,100
284, 200
8,200
26,500
10, 000
22, 200
20, 000
37,100

Offsets
allowed
and
settled

Total co ilec-j
tions from
Loss on
Book
all sources, assets comBook
value of
includ: ng pounded
remainvalue of
offsets alor sold
remaining ing uncollowed and
under
uncollected lected
unpaid
order of
stock asassets
balance
court
sessment
R.F.C.loan

$6, 552
2,879
5,907
328,194
7,793
20, 463
26, 335
24, 947
1, 222, 985
140, 256
15, 896
35,044
33,900
2,242
99, 883
12, 375
1, 277
8, 476'
272, 446
3,033
181,819
53, 054
9,324
5, 352
20, 206
23,991
86,163
183, 233
181, 846
23, 034
36, 016
189, 054
40, 774
9,472
22, 296
1, 717
12,997
6,418
46, 339
5, 496
7, 610
11, 5

74, 300
11, 500
17, 000
32,100

8,300
10,900

25,600

$109,695
62, 142
138, 663
2, 414, 838
129, 118
301, 251
162, 289
264, 306
9, 840. 371
300,028
266, 5941
308, 164
345, 993
98, 957
751, 388
79,000
46,126
184, 278|
1, 757, 442
113,391
919,834
515,2611
f.l, 163!
101, 355
105, 629
192, 490
558, 511
2, 134, 421
901, 044
214,670
112.819
1,1< 5. 832
3K9. 577
!i5, 576
1:9. 467 i
78, 320(
1.-.0,092
79, 527
2i>9,103
74, 238
109, 502j
357
.">9,345l.

70, 581
80,152
441
91, 007
21, 832
149, 670|
11,168
1,276
14, 246
3,051
199, 977

471,058
373, 220
135, 994
590, 253
133, 654
719,415
131,393
25, 408
95, 420
ISO, 935
1, 166,139

19, 354
7,083
14, 444
70, 805
29, 696
21, 546
22, 218
48, 876

276, 0041
181,944
212, 139
T7S, 311
148, 052
o26, 534
197,692
283, 601

26, 814
27, 676
45,031i

i'41,140
: 29, 3881
;
:.!34, 927!

See footnotes at end of table.




179
11, 571
383,138
161
4,084
20,972
191, 793
118
49, 379
909
30,260
111, 773
40,907
57, 363
36,613
6,410
9,629
3,783
2,856
195, 143
201, 983
8,405
24, 560

13,174

$451, 309 $147,015
167, 954
24,754
223, 836
5,588
144, 904
3,911,019
24, 672
199, 790
7,376
241, 785
400, 950
27, 681
544, 719
12, 266
7,412, 490 419, 762
826, 560
37, 530
454, 214
11, 834
685, 418
12, 446
323, 051
9,100
270,133
11,080
1,164, 941
69, 749
547, 231
38, 565
110, 360
16, 665
301, 570
48,500
1,181, 621
73,138
269, 262
1, 465, <
1,686. 630
185, 816
34, 752
223, 737
2, 541, 696
3,148, 643
919, 801
659,194
309, 489
1,940, 543
635, 477
197, 385
230, 547
157, 681
621,088
141, 508
412, 470
296, 838
237, 636
535, 379

12, 617| 1,197, 339
7,166! 1,178, 557
340, 941
I
761,119
~~~7,~ 022
227, 435
8,525
151, 312 1,167,185
193, f •
9,543
130, 423
349, f~~
"2,776
198, 530
129
167, 326 2, 735, 878
113, 850'
48, 631!
41, 560
288, 071
36, 332
2, 948
234
2, 872

Book :
value of
assets
Diviredends
turned paid on
to
secured
shareclaims
holders'
agents

16,089
62, 537
262, 723
24, 600
8, 850
88, 674
19, 907
122, 921
147, 853
170,257

$15,953
2,161
58, 341

Dividends
paid on
unsecured
claims

$34,178
28,138
112, 376
358, 203
95, 609
238, 677
86, 526

15, 646
196, 262

205, 043
93,680
41, 267
415, 521

4 627, 499
80, 224
393, 560
123, 828
18, 252
53,067
43,985
69,
18, 616
244,896
18, 844
* 1, 753, 837

73, 374
2,126

29,953
46,881
145, 900
39,974

3,428

55, 396
173, 883

10,989
17,000
21, 450
7,700
13, 536
31, 038
250, 000
95, 853

4,358
6,497
13,100

14, 715
47, 969
33, 089
37, 304
20, 490
145, 515
17, 689
42,122

73, 757 i
54,788!
132, 876
77, 620!
30,861
75, 840,
16, 300
35, 000
136,114
7,974
396, 594

783.471
872, 240
354, 807
892, 117
420,197
357, 964
684, 543
657, 552

12, 750
30, 325
11,818
86, 710
82, 842
9,183
70, 791
21, 424

728, 201
222,176
467, 569

70, 350
46, 442
48,640

4,301
""36,891

21,810
30. 504

22

41, 570
316,132
43,182

8,074

21, 096

7,490

22, 386
119,690
86, 612
39, 202
181, 644
312, 763

76, 390

162, 604
64, 465

24, 448

72, 088

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

251

1982, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources including offsets
indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31, 1982—Continued
Disposition of proceeds of liquidation—Continued
Secured and
preferred
liabilities
paid except
through
dividends,
including
offsets
allowed

Cash ad- Receivvanced in ers' salprotec- ary, legal
tion of and other
assets expenses

Cash in

hands of
comptroller and
receivers

Amount Amount
returned of claims
to share- proved
holders
in cash

Dividends

(per
cent)

34
711

$8, 966
6,012
4,033
67, 895
7,024
8,027
7,568
8,354
71, 683
13, 723
6,230
12, 598
10, 324
7,080
22,411
7,383
1,729
8,489
23, 350

$4, 903
5,330
16, 280
409, 985
13, 298
34, 008
58,121
10,120
2, 899, 900
124,176
16,935
21,120
50, 293
6,449
60, 828
9,254
23,017
30,314
7,808

$167, 356 30
122,992 25
224, 753 50
3, 732, 600 10
191, 449 50
358, 016 66.6667
372, 495
483, 551 20
6, 717, 771
557, 584
410, 085 50
612, 486 18
437, 575 45
235, 838 17.5
1,189, 635 35
453, 745
54, 648
341, 519
1, 255,053 <50

18, 258
277, 044
259,397
31, 312
26, 596
48,929
86,017
245, 489
262, 295
583, 733
30, 218
79, 591
644, 823
216,137
68,523
57, 068
31, 096
88, 601
36, 591
91, 487
43,142
30, 262

121
3,632
17
48
402
370
284
412
3,175
2,564
2,238
832
9,014
12
2, 055
40
1,327
778
179
3,777
54
67

4,993
18,172
27, 678
5,083
3,188
8,264
8,680
25, 712
45,447
19, 560
12,504
8,048
22, 538
11,716
8,980
4,351
5,409
8,891
4,293
8,786
6,805
6,384

226,674 43
1,573, 746 25
1,643,322 12
145, 560 14
91,817 75
136, 341 33. 3333
527,444 16. 6667
2,110,133 12.5
4,384, 057 MO
172
598, 046
257, 668 22.5
1, 652,907 30
317, 624
117, 249 12.5
222, 405 22
160, 310. 24
478,690
9
139,962 24
373,118 39
292,193
7.5
168, 877 25

11, 537

405

2,680

9,795
227, 426
33, 967
4,342
18,102
4,081
9,605
23,158
69, 667
295,187
169,710
5, 524
345, 574
111,712
1,303
10,039
3,041
8,021
4,874
19, 538
2,247
30, 667
357
7,810

222, 291
241,157
68,473
241,965
72,871
353, 253
57,239
8, 520
47, 401
3,051
835,908

125
4,203

921

9,855
14,989
1,478
14,440
6,478
16, 679
6,392
3,018
6,868
4,319
23,289

238, 787
49,491
35, 539
17, 467
10, 880
349,402
8,187
13,414
7,985
3,875
306,021

944, 629
901, 859
203, 361
632, 265
205, 716
1,379, 397
200, 346
48, 368
251, 811
217,951
2,987, 554

66,816
60,920
14, 664
219,043
100,172
116, 575
40, 392
126,430

497
1,400
85
2,615
3,020
677
227
282

9,474
6,345
7,365
18, 348
8,906
7,300
9,392
8,520

112, 605
74,077
8,381
25, 448
35, 954
39,378
6,826
148, 369

514,839
793, 881
497, 099
1, 014, 057
225, 544
408,653
563, 421
605, 546

153,913
59,776
113,453

295
2,082
962

12,089
6,957
8,820

74,843
60, 573
15,15G

635, 598
198,053
357,540

Interest Date finally
diviclosed
dends restoredor
to
(per
solvency
cent)

$43, 047
20, 375
5,974
1, 515, 998
11, 040
20, 539
96, 271
159,170
6, 829,167
161, 387
28,386
162,905
88,937
43, 793
250, 293
62, 363
21,380
145, 441
1,098, 074

$2, 648
126
4,416
2,147
329
136
39, 621
742
2,215
177
368
2,335

M a y 31,1932

249
243
81
405
456
3,290

184, 566

20
F e b . 25,1932
F e b . 15,1932
7.5
15
60
21
15
12
55
1,1932

July




July

5,1932

17
15
37.5
31
40
25

27

1772
1773
1774
1775
1776
1777
1778
1779
1780
1781
1782
1783
1784
1785
1786
1787
1788
1789
1790
1791
1792
1793
1794
1795
1796
1797
1798
1799
1800
1801
1802
1803
1804
1805
1806
1807
1808
1809
1810
1811
1812
1813
1814
1815
1816
1817
1818
1819
1820
1821
1822
1823
1824
1825
1826
1827
1828
1829
1830
1831
1832
1833
1834
1836
1836
1837
1838
1839
1840
1841

252

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 43.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31 f
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
allowed together with the disposition of such collections, and various other data

Capital
stock at
date of
failure

Name and location of banks

1842 First National Bank in Aberdeen, Wash
1843 First National Bank, Twin Falls, Idaho
1844 West Point National Bank., West Point, Nebr
1845 First National Bank, Dougherty, Iowa
1846 First National Bank, Sweetwater, Tex
1847 First National Bank, Mullins, S. C
1848 Federal National Bank, Boston, Mass
1849 First National Bank, Starkweather, N. Dak
1850 First National Bank, Momence, 111
1851 First National Bank, Warsaw, N. C
1852 Painted Post National Bank, Painted Post, N. Y
1853 Gillespie National Bank, Gillespie, 111
1854 First National Bank, Mound City, 111
1855 First National Bank, El Paso, 111
1856 Commercial National Bank, Raleigh, N. C
1857 First National Bank, Victorville, Calif
1858 First National Bank, Chardon, Ohio i
1859 Macksburg National Bank, Macksburg, Iowa l
1860 Citizens National Bank, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis.1
1861 Boston-Continental National Bank, Boston, Mass
1862 First National Bank, Louisburg, N. C
1863 First National Bank, Brush ton, N. Y
1864 First National Bank, Venice, Calif
1865 Curwensville National Bank, Curwensville, Pa.2
1866 First National Bank, Idaho Springs, Colo
1867 State National Bank in Lynn, Mass
1868 First National Bank, Kingston, Tenn
1869 First National Bank, Burlington, N. C
1870 Marion National Bank, Marion, Ohio
1871 First National Bank, Keiso, Wash
1872 American National Bank & Trust Co., Benton Harbor, Mich
1873 First National Bank, Fredericktown, Ohio
1874 First National Bank, White House Station, N. J
1875 First National Bank, Middleport, N. Y
1876 First National Bank, Oasport, N. Y
1877 National B ank of Seymour, Seymour, Iowa
1878 Farmers & Merchants National Bank, Roseville, 111.1
1879 Itasca National Bank, Itascr., Tex
1880 First National Bank, Cambridge, 111.1
1881 Creighton National Bank, Creighton, Nebr
1882 First National Bank,, Lost Nation, Iowa
1883 Farmers & Merchants National Bank, Enterprise, Ala
1884 First National Bank, Farmer, S. Dak
1885 Walnut Park National Bank, Walnut Park, Calif
1886 National Bank of La Grange, La Grange, N. C
1887 National Bank of Snow Hili, Snow Hill, N. C
1888 First National Bank in Florence, S. C
1889 Peoples National Bank, Burgettstown, Pa
1890 Vandeventer National Bank, St. Louis, Mo
1891 Bishopville National Bank. Bishopville, S. C
1892 First National Bank, Yorba Linda, Calif
1893 First National Bank, Ozark, Ark
1894 Portland National Bank Portland, Pa. 2
1895 Peoples National Bank, Laurel, Del.2
1896 Hammond National Bank & Trust Co., Hammond, Ind
1897 First National Bank in Decatur, Ala
1898 First National Bank in Hazard, Ky
1899 Farmers National Bank, Granville, N. Y
1900 First National Bank, Osnabrock, N. Dak
1901 National Bank of Sabetha, Sabetha, Kans
1902 First National Bank, Durham, N. C
1903 Home National Bank, Union City, Pa
1904 First National Bank, Ripley, W. Va.2
1905 Citizens National Bank, Harlan, Ky
1906 Home National Bank, Elgin, 111
1907 Oskaloosa National Bank, Oskaloosa, Iowa
1908 Citizens National Bank, Long Branch, N. J
1909 Valparaiso National Bank, Valparaiso, Ind
1910 First National Bank in Mount Olive, 111
1911 Bozeman Waters First National Bank, Poseyville, Ind
See footnotes a t end of table.




_

Date receiver
appointed

$150,000 Dec. 11,1931
100,000 Dec. 12,1931
50,000 Dec. 14,1931
d
25,000
do
100,000
do
50,000
2,005, 585 Dec. 15,1931
Dec. 17,1931
25,000
50,000
do
50,000
do
25,000
do
75,000 Dec. 19,1931
25,000
do
100,000 Dec. 21,1931
600,000
do
25,000
do
100,000 Dec. 22,1931
25,000
do
100,000
do
1,000,000'
do_do
50,000
25,000 Dec. 23,1931
do
50,000
do
100,000
do
50,000
200,000
do.
25,000| Dec. 24,1931
100,0001
do
200,000!
do
100, 000 Dec. 29,1931
200,000
do
25,000! Dec. 30,1931
30,000
do
25,000!
do
25,000!
do
25,000
do
50,000 Dec. 3 .
Dec. 31,1931
60,000 Jan. 2,1932
50,000 Jan. 8,1932
25,000 Jan. 9,1932
40, OOO! Jan. 11,1932
150, 000:
do
25,000!
do
100,000'
do
25,000
do.
50,000;
do
100,000
do
50,000
do
250,000
do
75,000 Jan. 12,1932
25,000! T do
25,000
50,000
100, 000 400,000
do
200,000|
do
100,000i
do
100,000
do.
25,000J
do
60,0001
do
600,000
do.
50,000 Jan. 19,1932
do70,000
.do100,000
150,000 Jan. 20,1932
100, 000
do
150,000
do
150,000
do
do
50,000
do
50,000

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

253

1982, dates of appointment of receivers and final closingy with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources including offsets
indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 81, 1982—Continued
Progress of liquidation
to date of this report

Book value of assets at date of
failure
Additional

Estimated Estimated Estimated
doubtful
good
worthless

$956,828
494,827
169,143
49, 019
362, 523
53,042
10,672, 582
19,544
82, 500
14, 760
126, 341
103, 838
21,451
193,024
1,907, 582
95,453

$733,339
463,506
654,176
181,995
406,275
142, 642
15,134,351
62, 774
555,887
75,539
265, 815
1, 359,075
146,899
215, 080
3, 044, 906
244,411

3,281

29,109

14, 271

1, 734, 023
126, 508
471, 644
78,138

4, 576, 378
136, 899
336, 083
178,410

27,198
887, 911
37, 527
1, 207, 051
768,829
227,974
595, 340
106, 031
111, 526
185, 757
95, 973
60,103
26, 893
50 417
52, 441
36, 933
44, 337
178, 742
19,966
606,851
6, 584
50, 662
353,181
88,008
450, 043
68, 036
115,010
31, 210

$70, 743
240,481
242,066
24, 237
59, 376
29, 635
2,823, 727
22,739
148
4,244
28,362
15,129
11, 364
52, 586
521, 723
2,551

assets
received
since
date of
failure

Total
assessment Total assets
and stock
upon
assessment
shareholders

Cash collections
from
assets

1,492, 727
21,347
37, 719
44,536

$108,966
41,677
32,936
3,060
71,576
5,426
1,452,186
2,040
46,083
508
6,125
10, 384
14, 678
61, 738
390,790
8,687
241
87
325
102,431
109,495
11,929
20,191

$150,000
100,000
50,000
25,000
100,000
50,000
2, 005, 585
25,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
75,000
25, 000
100,000
600,000
25, 000
50, 000
25,000
100, 000
1, 000, 000
50, 000
25, 000
50,000

$2,019,876
1,340,491
1,148,321
283,311
999, 750
280, 745
32,088,431
132,097
734, 618
145, 051
451, 643
1, 563,426
219, 392
622,428
6,465, 001
376,102
50,241
71, 748
100, 325
8,905, 559
444,249
882, 375
371, 275

$508,707
411,946
343, 620
39,926
288, 621
45, 981
5,241,255
8,550
144,359
4,874
137,734
243,427
53, 984
120, 583
1,636,479
112,595
241
3,539
325
1, 866,992
102, 091
446,163
85,092

206, 330
1, 242, 366
46,176
988, 217
667,441
287, 673
1, 607,140
120, 728
493. 298
337,012
125, 465
119, 590
82,149
153, 718
200,181
122, 307
132, 338
489, 562
62, 231
572, 855
66, 992
108, 779
746, 469
107,199
1,166, 479
279, 602
33, 875
92, 507

631
315, 543
27,021
15,941
64,084
60,906
209, 227
482
48, 793
35, 483
42,200
12,081
20,479
50,481
21,249
13, 485
8,924
278, 330
7,618
154,183
10, 603
15, 291
13,037
9,797
236, 791
14, 438
46, 846
13,906

4,157
49, 741
10, 522
35, 761
203, 672
65,451
111,594
4,190
40,468
19, 770
17, 646
2,694
6,134
2,228
73, 577
24, 894
30,297
11, 807
466
51, 544
44, 055
2,134
22,182
7,084
71, 246
75,930
11, 878
1,496

50, 000
200, 000
25,000
100, 000
200, 000
100,000
200,000
25, 000
30,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
60,000
50,000
25, 000
40,000
150,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
250,000
75,000
25,000
25,000

288, 316
2,695,561
146,246
2, 346, 970
1, 904, 026
742,004
2, 723, 301
256, 431
724,085
603, 022
306, 284
219, 468
185, 655
316, 844
397, 448
222, 619
255, 896
1,108, 441
115, 281
1,485, 433
153, 234
226, 866
1, 234,869
262,088
2,174, 559
513, 006
232,609
164,119

59, 394
776, 675
30,174
1, 595, 670
542, 540
151, 513
864, 206
47, 883
353, 883
332, 594
125, 857
48,056
41, 763
27, 933
32, 790
69,896
66, 249
77,853
11, 385
558, 513
4,481
27, 480
420,178
88, 515
738,949
105, 344
76, 211
35, 746

756,124
329,126
225, 490
775,151
26,293
234,136
4, 771, 579
107,126

2, 663, 658
874, 771
459, 386
810, 722
81, 202
409, 711
1, 498, 840
452, 642

134,028
70, 719
118,183
11, 363
57, 652
650, 582
375

173,127
7,998
5, 441
110, 432
5,706
36, 027
109, 418
60,117

400,000
200,000
100,000
100, 000
25,000
60,000
600,000
50,000

3, 992,909
1, 545, 923
861,036
1,914, 488
149, 564
797,526
7, 630, 419
670, 260

862, 429
217, 758
135, 313
447, 336
12, 210
215, 426
3, 562, 280
253, 594

423, 466
611, 515
282, 334
491, 792
260, 225
44, 547
191, 589

372, 629
1, 047, 685
1, 382, 787
1, 402, 864
618, 457
504, 590
381, 282

104, 949
356, 370
37, 566
238, 906
19, 565
3,163
7,173

17,875
88, 758
41, 080
33, 494
61,031
36,915
5, 930

100, 000
150,000
100,000

1,018, 919
2, 254, 328
1, 843, 767
2,167,056
1,109, 278
639, 215
635, 974

213, 604
961, 597
549,428
446, 492
231, 817
66, 206
122, 813




150,000
50, 000
50,000

Cash collections
from
stock
assessment
1842
1843
1844
1845
1846
1847
1848
1849
1850
1851
1852
1853
1854
1855
1856
1857
1858
1859
1860
1861
1862
1863
1864
1865
9,409 1866
5,200 1867
12,490 1868
72, 036 1869
147, 846 1870
24,010 1871
131,581 1872
16, 925 1873
25,329 1874
4,500 1875
8,675 1876
11,903 1877
7,200 1878
1879
19,200 1880
583 1881
7,005 1882
900 1883
1,618 1884
26,736 1885
1886
1887
43, 378 1888
20, 001 1889
110, 782 1890
6,265 1891
10, 509 1892
5,106 1893
1894
1895
62, 708 1896
55, 693 1897
62, 356 1898
73,437 1899
2,965 1900
13, 600 1901
1902
41, 200 1903
1904
1905
107,608 1906
25, 389 1907
1908
68,026 1909
18,05511910
16,45511911
$55,437
39,475
10, 200
7,000
38, 766
13,891
222,807
7,674
35,506
1,925
23,850
31,207
18, 625
62, 583
255,321
10,524
32,100
10, 600
70,930
95,911
9,589
20, 399
5,952

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 43.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent theretof
allowed together with the disposition of such collections, and various other data
Disposition of proceeds of liquidation

Progress of liquidation to date of this report—Continued

Unpaid
balance
R. F. C.
loan

1842
1843
1844
3845
1846
1847
1848
1849
1850
1851
1852
1853
1854
1855
1856
1857
1858
1859
1860
1861
1862
1863
1864
1865
1866
1867
1868
1869
1870
1871
1872
1873
1874
1875
1876
1877
1878
1879
1880
1881
1882
1883
1884
1885
1886
1887
1888
1889
1890
1891
1892
1893
1894
1895
1896
1897
1898
1899
1900
1901
190/2
1903
1904
1905
1906
1907
1908
1909
1910
1911

$7,000
22,400
31,200
9,600
12, 900
3,300
15,000
1,200

450,000

9,666
6,600
2,400

90,000
36, 000
16,300
5,400

Offsets
allowed
and
settled

$84,031
58,612
21, 208
12, 083
41,192
14, 576
1, 459, 509
685
6,096
346
30, 292
11, 955
1,988
5,850
349, 884
9,000

547,873
48, 280
38, 234
9,286
5,186
117, 863
3,950
379, 404
87, 663
20, 388
105, 400
6,301
38,960
23, 407
6,075
7, 4981

4,400
3,000
25, 200
600
6,500
5,290
64,900
29,100
131, 600
17,500
17, 900

3,000
10,500

6,391
4,569
6,557
1,751
111, 503
960
5,776
122,184
6,187
161, 859
14, 867
8,194
5,103
202, 399
29,928
37,828
53,947
2,390
34, 230
51,486
9,812

1, I<i2, 436
303'. 379
2f4, 597
706, 320
35, 065
2S1,156
3,613,766
31)4, 606

39, 623
157, 759
52, 792
90, 518
32, 230
2,992
25. 431

2/i3, 227
1, 226, 964
6:10, 609
537, 010
342, 073
07, 753
1M f.QQ

See footnotes at end of table.




Book

value of
Book
value of assets
reremaining uncol- turned
to
lected
stock as- sharesessment holders'

29,035
5,260

144, 701
1, 595, 763
87,122
1, 057, 302
462,681
1, 441, 221
177, 217
301,242
132, 298
119, 525
138,914
93, 892
213, 000
304, 411
119, 621
143,193
874,031
77,145
637, 829
122, 793
131,139
516, 355
117, 386
886,030
314, 402
115,312
92, 299

40, 591
194, 800
12, 510
27, 964
52,154
75,990
68,419
8,075
4,671
20, 500
16,325
13,097
42, 800
60,000
30,800
24,417
32,995
149,100
23, 382
73,264
25,000
50,000
56, 622
29,999
139, 218
68,735
14,491
19, 894

2, 437, 881
1,098, 237
587, 895
1,306,211
109,964
487, 501
3, 303, 298
216, 063

337, 292
144,307
37, 644
26, 563
22,035
46,400
600,000
8,800

665, 692
902, 718
82, 254
955, 625
185, 922
40, 652 1, 589, 394
691, 873
3,358
519, 717
300
431. 272
fi. 4fiR

100,000
42,392
74,611

271, 896
16, 521
7,422
112, 474
30
89, 723
29,827

10,247
1,711
1,885
77,588
12, 471
76,152
137,721
3,393
7,892
5,971
90,200
6,994
369
113,355
140, 791

Dividends
paid on
secured
claims

Dividends
paid on
unsecured
claims

agents

$65.% 175
$9, 513 $1, 267, 625
$94, 563
532, 433
729, 969
60,525
39, 964
406, 228
39,800
615, 382
118, 111
18,000
68, 609
206, 302
61, 234
564, 582
5 355
3 6 \ 579
36,109
169, 056
87, 348
1,132
6,923, 571 2, 616, 208 20, 765, 874 1, 782,778
17, 326
97, 862
20, 209
14, 494
534,163
20H, 961
48, 075
89, 831
S, 345
1,150
253, 706
191, 876
4,911
43, 793
28<i, 589
142, 451 1, 090, 593
6,375
119, 783
74, 597
18, 637
37, 417
389, 702
6,293
189, 016
344, 679
145,973 3, 732,665
2,691,684
14, 476
34,491
195,016
140, 619
17, 900
32, 341
14, 400
14,139
43, 209
29, 070
7:!, 255
904, 089
2, 510, 776
431,681 5,059, 013
40, 411
237,903
163,960
5,975
4,601
501, 796
339, 236
33, 742
44, 048
105, 930
200, 404
26, 493
76, 389
399, 738
46, 614
2, 047,110
mi, 049
231,911
1,101,187
87, 409
41S, 172
360, 501
14-13.007
(17. 457
43,963
43,844
51,990
81,170
77, 823
85,310
19,154
696, 752
5, 441
36, 25(3
610,940
II5, 303
1,011,590
126,476
101,414
o 1,245

15,911
4,300

Total eo LlecLoss on
tions f;.om
Book
all sources, assets comvalue of
pounded
including
remaining
or sold
offsets aluncollected
under
lowed und
assets
order of
unpa d
court
baiar.ee
R.F.C.loan

81, 974
31,945
23 S4fi

$65,151
4,214
12, 916
3,450
27, 029

$66,109
111, 753
85, 977
21, 565
86,874
53, 432

2,513
20, 554

7,456
100, 736
1,761

165,024

331, 842
23, 656

28,855

8,977
29, 355

65,000
59, 035
367, 454
48, 464

7,908
561, 667
10, 516
ii 1, 528, 710
320, 414
35,168
94,800
375,465
33,249
12,194
248,738
104, 416
785
37, 657
23, 506
4 950
14,001
7,598
5,997

12,141
8,484

1,783
7,107

3,329
154,058

6,737
86, 637
2,847

5,181
36,937
66,026
246,493

1,918

22,941
12,131
175,957

94,979

171,958
266, 664
25,739
93, 585

1,388

181, 550
326, 767

24,283
2,254

136,173
26,737

REPOET OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

255

1932, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources including offsets
indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31, 1932—Continued
Disposition of proceeds of liquidation—Continued
Secured and
preferred
liabilities Cash adpaid except vanced in
protecthrough
tion of
dividends,
assets
including
offsets
allowed
$488, 749
346, 373
290, 393
33, 302
210, 408
15, 631
3, 279,151
5,548
62,399
3,404
82,967
219,441
21, 799
51,725
2,062, 362
80, 758

$6,445
5,972
1,340
26
2,618
184
151, 783
42
6
260
164
1,269
44
1,355
3,577
175

3,453

Cash in Amount
Receivhands of returned
ers' salary, legal comptrol- to shareholders
and other ler and
expenses receivers in cash

4,063
22, 253
2,603
10,850
17,413
12,927
14,322
5,445
6,985
7,947
4,307
4,640
594
6,221
1,798
4,955
3,972
8,362
2,025
14,622
1,841
3,405
10,258
4,913
18,175
5,919
4,329
4,068

18, 516
9,584
11, 797
24,372
21, 272
9,263
137, 856
5,606
74, 23 3
58,654
6,74i
18,85o
2,69?
21,10^
4,811
1,159
6,837
16,711
880
30, 605
266
3,249
28,027
4,965
243,311
19,816
17, 351
3,264

Date finally
closed or
restored to
solvency

149,928
7.5
1, 872, 263 30
61, 742 17.5
1, 534, 702 "100
941, 579 40
305,805 31
1, 501, 857 25
151, 477 30
519, 478 50
332, 024 32
132,018 30
122,217 20
99, 000
5
99, 243
186, 681
7.5
109, 665 18
132, 912 11
239, 451
51, 556 10
720, 464 22
29, 795
93,800 12.5
519, 523 24
116, 086 60
987, 819 25
167,922
120, 498 22
49,144 25

239, 591
143, 245
15, 965
42, 617
4,567
15, 581
402, 727
210, 225

1, 759,150
748,262
491,308
1,445,073
91,927
425,203
805,426
358,257

35
25
28
22

102,654
230, 351
61,993
223, 879
20,675
8,104
48.206

546,238
740,578
1,313,047

25
25

45,257
239, 826
21, 674
483,172
470, 232
113, 684
571, 900
30, 777
85,255
188, 672
97, 210
18,860
40,726
16, 521
31, 380
55,238
52,480
59, 773
11,095
489,809
3,313
17,684
449,081
36,515
499,693
99,502
54,875
31,750

643
66,406
27
1
3,550
1,238
1,647
138
2,958
28
89
1,700

752,388
150, 326
63,128
284,846
2,465
163, 295
3,188, 560
86, 775

873
3,830
2,609
82
103
84

23,627
9,808
9,716
14,605
2,212
8,592
22,479
7,522

142, 896
788, 998
225, 234
295, 419
141,153
54,633
110 667

1,915
554
1,010
372
232
aR

7,677
24,150
14,673
16, 702
9,417
5,793
6.8R8

32

Interest
dividends
(per
cent)

10
18
15
12.5
20
33. 3333

$13,692
48,047
7,493
5,877
30,687
12,906
3, 322, 641
2,047
10,140
1,663
102,887
59,546
18, 690
128,623
106,319
27, 592
31, 747
1,263
5,372
1, 377, 926
5,548
51, 348
12, 458
8

269
298

37
3,918
1,239

$1,313,056
038, 292
573, 218
197, 392
475, 481
157,996
17, 352, 228
68, 840
449, 223
19,484
261,917
727, 917
116,430
294,979
2,484, 334
125, 014
50,223
19,099
100,000
4,125,124
172,077
734,903
205,120

Dividends
(per
cent)

$15,029
16,074
8,109
4,389
10,963
5,195
169,996
2,603
7,126
1,517
5,762
7,438
3,984
8,624
24,782
5,036
419
446
883
53, 794
6,996
10,830
6,124

1,078, 787
67, 728
75,164
39,884

79
63
464
42
551
21

Amount
of claims
proved

15
27
10
25
20
19
47
65
50
50
25
Mar.

1,1932

Apr. 7,1932
J u n e 16,1932
10

Apr. 19,1932




448,348
342,008

35
8.5

1842
1843
1844
1845
1846
1847
1848
1849
1850
1851
1852
1853
1854
1855
1856
1857
1858
1859
1860
1861
1862
1863
1864
1866
1866
1867
1868
1869
1870
1871
1872
1873
1874
1875
1876
1877
1878
1879
1880
1881
1882
1883
1884
1885
1886
1887
1888
1889
1890
1891
1892
1893
1894
1895
1896
1897
1898
1899
1900
1901
1902
1903
1904
1905
1906
1907
1908
1909
1910
1911

256

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 43.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31,
total assets at date of failure and, additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
allowed together with the disposition of such collectionsf and various other data

Name and location of banks

1912
1913
1914
1915
1916
1917
1918
1919
1920
1921
1922
1923
1924
1925
1926
1927
1928
1929
1930
1931
1932
1933
1934
1935
1936
1937
1938
1939
1940
1941
1942
1943
1944
1945
1946
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979

Corinth National Bank, Corinth, N. Y
Citizens National Bank, Albion,. N. Y
Central National Bank, Mount Union, Pa, 2
First National Bank, Harlem, Mont.
National Bank of Adrian, Adrian, Mo
First National Bank, Woodward, Okla
Germantown National Bank, Germantown, N. Y_.
First National Bank, Iowa City, Iowa 2
First National Bank, Henderson, N. C.
First National Bank, Culver City, Calif
National Bank of Rensselaer. Rensselaer, N. Y
Griggsville National Bank, Griggsville, 111
First National Bank, Arcadia, Fla
Nephi National Bank, Nephi, Utah..
Elkin National Bank, Elkin, N. O
Ocean Grove National Bank, Ocean Grove, N. J—
Farmers National Bank, Pekin, 111
National Bank of Whitehall, Whitehall, N. Y
Anamosa National Bank, Anamosa, Iowa
First National Bank, Gary, Ind
_
First National Bank, Bradley Beach, N. J.a
Third National Bank, Pittsburgh, Pa. 1
First National Bank, Hiawatha, Kans
Trigg National Bank, Glasgow, Ky
Bell National Bank, Pineville, Ky
First National Bank, Columbus, Mont.
First National Bank, Murfreesboro, Tenn
First National Bank, Harvey, 111
Cumberland National Bank, Fayetteville, N. C
First National Bank, Danvers, 111.2_
Peoples National Bank, Clinton, Mo
Hopedale National Bank, Hopedale, 111
First National Bank, Palatine, 111
Washington National BFinis: in the City of Tacoma, Tacoma, W a s h . . .
Middlesex National Bank, Lowell, Mass
First National Bank, Milton, Oreg
Coast National Bank, Seaside Heights, N. J
Point Pleasant Beach National Bank & Trust Co., Point Pleasant
Beach, N. J.
Olympia National Bank, Olympia, Wash
First Willapa Harbor National Bank, Raymond, Wash
First National Bank, Oconomowoc, 2Wis.*
First National Bank, Abbeville, La.
Pikesville National. Bank. Pikesville, Md
South Gate National Bank, South Gate, Calif
Peoples National Bank, Wellsville, Ohio
First National Bank, Monte Vista, Colo
First National Bark, Bos well, Pa
First National Bank, Monterey Park, Calif
First National Bank, Victoria, Va
Joliet National Bank, Joliet, 111
Commercial National Bank, High Point, N . C
National Bank of America at Gary, Ind
First National Bank, Shelbyville, Ind
First National Bank, Wilson, N. C.2
First National Bank, Brookway, Pa. 1 1
First National Bank in Brockway, Pa.
Rockford National Bank, Rockford, 111
First National Bank, Mendota, 111
Mendota National Bank, Mendota, 111
Sedalia National Bank, Sedalia, Mo
National Bank of De Pere, De Pere, Wis
Wayne National Bank, Goldsboro, N . C
First National Bank, Pittsburg, Kans
First National Bank, Cherokee, Kans
First National Bank, Newport Beach, Calif
Seaside National Bank, Long Beach, Calif
First National Bank, Craig, Colo
Craig National Bank, Cr tig, Colo

See footnotes at end of table.




Capital
stock at
date of
failure

Date receiver
appointed

$35,000 Jan. 20,1932
200,000 Jan. 21,1932
do.
60,000
25, 000
25,000
do
50,000
50, 000 Jan. 22,1932
100, 000
do.
200, 000 Jan. 23,1932
100, 000 .....do
do...
100,000
50,000 Jan. 26,1932
do
100, 000
50,000
50, 000
100, 000
100, 000 . . . . . d o
100, 000
do
100, 000 Jan. 27,1932
do
250, 000
do
50, 000
500, 000 Jan. 28,1932
do
55,000
do
75, 000
do
100, 000
25,000 Jan. 29,1932
200, 000 Feb. 1,1932
100, 000 . . . . do
do
150, 000
25, 000 Feb. 2,1932
do
50, 000
50, 000
..do..
50,000
-do-.
200,000
..do..
200,000 Feb. 3,1932
50,000 . . . . d o
25,000 . . . . d o
do
100,000
125, 000 — d o
do
100,000
100, 000 Feb. 4,1932
50,000 Feb. 5,1932
40, 000 Feb. 6,1932
do
50, 000
100,000
do
50, 000 Feb. 8,1932
30,000 Feb. 9,1932
25, 000 . . . - d o
25, 000 . — d p
700,000 Feb. 10,1932
1, 000, 000
do.
150, 000
do
100, 000 . — d o
200, 000 Feb. 11,1932
35, 000
do
65, 000
do.
750, 00C Feb. 12,1932
100, 00C ---do
100, 00C
.do
100, 00C Feb. 15,1932
100,00C Feb. 16,1932
325, 00C Feb. 17,1932
100,00C
do
25,00C
25,00C
o
300, 00C — d o
25,00C Feb. 18,1932
25, 00C
do

REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

257

1932, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, a?nounts collected from all sources including offsets
indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31, 1932—Continued
Progress of liquidation
to date of this report

Book value of assets at date of
failure
Additional
Total
assets
assessment
upon
received
sharesince
Estimated Estimated Estimated
good

doubtful

worthless

uaxe oi
failure

holders

Total assets
and stock
assessment

Cash collections
from
assets

$1,081, 443
2, 605, 254

$3, 353
194,070

$89,804
64, 754

$35,000
200, 000

$1,804,229
4, 567,167

$754, 880
2, 487,082

106,
59,
239,
275,
300,

545
782
561
359
761

74, 369
19, 364
19, 517
36,088
90, 266

69, 095
13, 085
11,285
34,038
412, 466

25,000
25,000
50,000
50.000
100,000

348, 356
135, 368
560, 953
593, 363
1, 704,124

32,032
21, 485
104, 589
142, 627
595,038

207, 251
680, 640
56, 496
106,107
27,177
171, 919
502, 824
506, 461
464, 539
240,169
1, 991,128

717, 495
436, 017
247, 328
595, 044
129, 221
264, 225
1, 367, 096
743, 929
862,166
491, 851
1, 851, 321

53,028
56, 558
19, 588
27, 356
37, 531
177, 405
167,480
3,779
74,678
7,559
218,053

46,043
28,623
6,645
180, 477
22, 770
2,342
47, 743
168, 367
49,912
53,128
537,181

100, 000
100, 000
50,000
100, 000
50, 000
50,000
100,000
100, 000
100, 000
100, 000
250, 000

1,123, 817
1, 301, 838
380, 057
1,008,984
266, 699
665, 891
2,185,143
1, 522, 536
1, 551, 295
892, 707
4,847, 683

347, 612
360, 732
105,045
126, 716
22, 307
93, 331
428, 383
374, 846
734, 309
231,148
1, 350, 798

90, 784
502,113
379, 378
66, 688
796,847
479, 533
678, 957

297, 686
300, 994
193,131
102, 252
527,129
655, 030
903, 922

71, 850
38,112
11,135
26, 621
372, 277
56, 433
38, 616

45, 205
51,835
43, 627
49, 315
43, 668
49, 546
17,245

55,000
75,000
100, 000
25, 000
200. 000
100, 000
150,000

560, 525
968, 054
727, 271
269, 876
1,939, 921
1,340, 542
1, 788, 740

138, 061
246, 036
98, 979
59,392
332, 421
222, 809
410, 229

126,142
54, 513
24, 268
356,124
1,021,876
230, 691
37, 419
76,000

157, 845
99, 796
163, 947
994, 652
3, 811, 758
265, 435
188,221
416,008

58, 605
28,388
32,141
52, 700
364, 971
89, 584
95, 265
91, 972

8,959
46,104
6,578
111, 195
160, 378
71, 634
15, 027
5,524

50,000
50,000
50, 000
200, 000
200,000
50,000
25,000
100,000

401, 551
278, 801
276, 934
1, 714, 671
5, 558, 983
707, 344
360, 932
689, 504

115, 790
32, 096
38, 608
634, 462
1,407, 900
117,188
51, 530
87, 722

1. 236, 540
295, 768

805, 903
806, 348

112,617
49, 221

40, 761
37, 575

125,000
100,000

2, 320, 821
1, 288, 912

988, 517
431, 543

499,881
194, 943
99, 984
62, 234
145, 731
88, 042
102, 948
1, 229,847
1,455, 571
479,143
331,927

529, 380
358, 734
735, 941
144,172
663,189
386, 058
242, 822
4, 346, 476
6, 817, 970
735,156
375, 576

38, 052
5,774
49,187
64, 270
13, 318
34, 373
3,212
17,229
50, 443
118, 611
28,712

32, 953
31, 334
11,890
36, 802
26, 789
20,244
1,304
295, 267
127, 268
86, 270
107,089

40,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
30,000
25,000
25,000
700,000
1, 000, 000
150,000
100,000

1,140, 266
640, 785
997,002
357, 478
879, 027
553, 717
375, 286
6, 588, 819
9,451, 252
1, 569,180
943, 304

180, 704
188, 684
202, 247
60,112
106, 847
183, 220
48, 253
811,136
1,045, 361
361,022
183,918

2, 379, 291
84,823
166,108
107, 301
180, 607
362, 298
265, 392
60,160
147, 430
1,001, 329
33,132

4, 284,188
381, 618
475, 892
565, 993
323, 950
1,984, 448
1, 377, 799
130, 316
96,101
458, 317
192, 814
109, 214

107, 990
207,178
268, 810
25, 345
308, 474
153,945
28,290
7,100
3,252
10,952
9,385
99, 467

108
199
369,078
61,042
106,184
13,178
43, 360
139, 506
181, 303
13, 438
12,200
63, 912
56, 744
156,109

35,000
65, 000
750, 000
100, 000
100,000
100, 000
100,000
325, 000
100, 000
25,000
25, 000
300,000
25,000
25,000

35 108
65,199
7, 890, 547
834, 661
1,116, 994
811, 817
956, 391
2, 965,197
1, 952, 784
236, 014
283, 983
1, 834, 510
317,075
437,466

108
199
1, 655, 225
128, 372
251, 269
234, 596
185, 946
794, 375
404, 881
44, 753
54, 259
516, 242
42,885
65, 547

$594, 629
1, 503, 089
73, 347
18,137
240, 590
197, 878
800, 631

47, 67e




Cash collections
from
stock
assessment

$34, 200 1912
141,332 1913
1914
7,731 1915
1,275 1916
19 1917
42, 415 1918
60, 623 1919
1920
11,000 1921
26, 545 1922
38,800 1923
2,944 1924
14,822 1925
16, 429 1926
70,850 1927
73,010 1928
72,600 1929
27,644 1930
74, 355 1931
1932
1933
24, 669 1934
18,850 1935
35, 200 1936
3,916 1937
63, 867 1938
35, 738 1939
1940
1941
10,813 1942
20,180 1943
11,980 1944
19, 247 1945
21, 234 1946
32, 974 1947
8, 655 1948
41,105 1949
41, 406 1950
23,148 1951
1952
1953
29,250 1954
13, 596 1955
31, 528 1956
1957
1958
12,166 1959
13,245 1960
1961
57,657 1962
12, 221 1963
39, 950 1964
1965
28, 664 1966
41 255 1967
226, 464 1968
66, 876 1969
48, 350 1970
74,834 1971
80,114 1972
198, 602 1973
36,816 1974
3,206 1975
4,291 1976
128, 336 1977
7,500 1978
112 1979

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REPORT OF I K E COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 43.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
allowed together with the disposition of such collectionsy and various other data
Progress of liquidation to date of this report—Continued

Unpaid
balance
R. F. C.
loan

1912
1913
1914
1915
1916
1917
1918
1919
1920
1921
1922
1923
1924
1925
1926
1927
1928
1929
1930
1931
1932
1933
1934
1935
1936
1937
1938
1939
1940
1941
1942
1943
1944
1945
1946
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979

Offsets
allowed
and
settled

Disposition of proceeds of liquidation

Book
Total collecBook value of
tions from
Loss on
value of assets
Diviall sources, assets comBook
remaindends
including
repounded
value of
offsets alor sold
remaining ing uncol- turned paid on
secured
lowed and
under
to
uncollected lected
stock as- share- claims
unpaid
order of
assets
sessment holders'
balance
court
R.F.C.loan
ents

Dividends
paid on
unsecured
claims

$58,149
178, 673

15,200
38,800
17,500
30,000
8,000
100,000

26, 600

46,100

48, 800
43, 200
16,500

20,700

70,600
112,500

13,100
14, 300
85,000
1,500

$132, 772
344, 236

$823, 428
1, 357,171

4,321
873
22, 309
24,911
68, 209

48,:
23, 633
126,917
225,153
723, 870

1,535

285, 468
88, 010
383,095
350,639
940, 877

17, 289
23, 725
49,981
7,585
39, 377

60, 038
106, 752
14, 277
38, 321
5,681
21, 566
166, 073
48, 444
67,141
36,199
292,835

457, 450
494, 029
158,122
185, 481
72, 810
139,326
€.65, 306
196, 300
874, 050
S;94,991
1,717,988

594, 583
7347 354
203, 043
737, 734
188,711
500, 495

1,420,092
988, 907
508, 200
489, 556
2,925, 064

89,000
73, 455
11, 200
97, 056
35,178
33, 571
29,150
26,990
27,400
72, 356
175,645

11,373
40, 379
24, 488
3,977
26, 962
44, 211
113, 955

174,103
J!S1, 865
158,667
07,285
423, 250
322, 758
.524,184

348,157
576,357
503, 804
171, 245
10, 262
19,178 1, 361, 360
1,960
971, 562
5,740 1,108, 816

30, 331
56,150
64, 800
21,084
136,133
64, 262
150, 000

77, 321
106, 054

17, 523
29, 815
4,488
48, 568
135, 586
32, 984
24, 805
12, 277

144,126
82, 091
55, 076
702, 277
1, 504, 720
229, 246
84, 990
141,104

218, 238
166, 890
12,028
171,810
701, 932
129, 709
511,926 3, 303, 571
507,172
223, 633
35,964
461,380
28,125

39,187
29,820
38, 020
180, 753
178, 766
17,026
16,345
58, 895

99, 974

179,043
31, 772

$4,800

$847, 229
% 807, 092

1, 208,966
486, 463

42, 018
29,480
14, 258
5,596
4,193
28, 776
3, 495
27, 273
142, 768
128, 332
29, 413

251,972
280, 560
291, 233
65, 708
111,040
240,662
64,993
838, 409
1, 245,'
501, 575
273, 981

511, 725
12, 533
45,100
18,402
35, 285
112, 990
91, 950
9,080
12, 435
47, 485
2,092
2,867

28,772
41,454
2. 393, 414
278, 381
457, 219
327, 832
801, 345
1 105,967
533, 647
70,139
85, 285
777, 063
53, 977
68, 526

See footnotes at end of




table.

960
25,186
21, 584
7,692
6, 213
499
70, 595
10,339
141, 645
35,804
28,986

7,934
30, 282

37, 738
73,680

990, 523
651,917

4

83, 594
76,852

10,750
877, 544
36,404
360, 260
68, 472
648, 610
233,621
50,000
737,987
30, 000
290, 746
12, 834
25, 975
298, 538
11, 755
5, 050, 410 700,000
42, 391 7, 220, 732 942, 343
890,201 137, 779
39, 625
627,655
60,050
2,318

12, 361
31,887
8,149

36,900

25,400
115,691

4,58!
260

4, 936, 697
593, 756
720, 625
389, 935
609, 760
1, 617,141
1, 355, 953
157,181
192, 289
970, 783
242, 516
343,792

6,336
23, 745
523, 536
33,124
51, 650
25,166
19, 886
126, 398
63,184
21, 794
20, 709
171, 664
17,500
24,888

$582, 604
1, 453, 229

$4, 057

6,291

17, 238

32, 582
219,626

87, 319
26,358
4,364

27, 558
"§59," 372
' 195," 045
"

113,884

209, 275
1,157, 492
125, 722

13,474

58,697

23, 489

63,117
61, 798

5,944

38, 462

5,223
108, 722

114, 386

33, 473

37, 823
3,114
9,485
2,373

187, 781
303, 853
82,905
110, 765
269, 754
36, 243
26,097
272,041
8,500

REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

259

1938, dates of appointment of receivers arid final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources including offsets
indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31, 1932—Continued
Disposition of proceeds of liquidation—Continued
Secured and
preferred
liabilities Cash adpaid except vanced in
through
protecdividends,
tion of
including
assets
offsets
allowed
$93,483
1, 016,847

$4
1,421

Cash in
Receivers' sal- hands of
ary, legal comptroland other ler and
expenses receivers

$16,194
19, 789

$154,944
315,806

Dividends
(per

Amount Amount
returned of claims
to share- proved
holders
in cash

$1,456,530
2,906,459

cent)

4

40
50

Interest Date finally
diviclosed or
dends
restored to
(per
solvency
cent)

315
3,973
576

4,255
4,679
27, 521
4,783
94, 838

208,223
28,114
359, 962
383,075
696,267

13, 026
171, 500
16, 945
4,817
16,412
8,145
202,123
55, 712
447,604
31,069
373, 750

441, 303
708, 693
199, 790
350, 402
83,965
410, 739
1,033, 326
792,849
804, 465
557, 274
1, 650, 371

4,1932

Oct.

4,797
2,112
4,649
7,372
12,127

509

1,1932

Oct.

28, 975
16, 842
94,432
159,225
396, 703

June

15,1932

20

5

13

40

342, 804
300, 350
39, 286
136, 567
50,472
89,164
439, 013
166, 256
416, 057
60,583
1,316,408

2,241
11,528
7,528
8,662
136
792
10,375
613
1,815
440

11,123
10,651
4,457
6,579
5,790
9,303
13, 795
14, 960
9,876
6,479
27, 390

74, 403
202, 999
49, 213
54,781
212,066
174, 235
393,460

2,681
246
28
370
913
182
1,397

6,562
6,924
8,472
5,256
12,429
13,678
18, 678

13,136
15, 642
100,954
6,878
197, 842
20,779
110, 649

309, 287
530, 286
399, 396
116, 389
1, 010, 566
692, 518
386,548

25
20

17, 913
50, 441
28,678
384, 758
249, 980
81,912
71,315
113, 326

17

22, 270
27,648
21, 758
81,953
118, 258
8,854
9,835
21,879

212, 720
104,918
97, 766
663, 715
4, 629,931
419,883
110, 007
148, 783

47

146
353
2,176
3,133
15
1,425

3,952
4,002
4,494
25,938
36,814
9,625
3,825
4,474

973,676
369,994

10
93

15,262
8,650

220,018
35,555

1, 328,973
458,429

45
8. 3333
8
46
35

16 6667
Mar. 18,1932

32
25
30

13
J u n e 6,1932
Mar. 16,1932

118, 736
198,592
167,601
47, 787
75, 887
175, 969
27, 286
731, 624
1,039, 777
327, 579
140,879

258
117
3,624
619
996
1,872
1,143
4,793
562
3,012

7,030
8,838
8,859
5,023
3,497
6,345
3,249
43,031
31,993
15,348
11,693

126,206
9,755
29,369
9,274
31, 037
12, 946
32,586
62,611
169, 223
38,477
9,675

443
720
31,074
6,424
6,402
6,108
8,560
28, 251
13, 572
3,684
4,526
10,694
4,902
3,416

28,329
40, 734
1,108,642
19,659
26, 810
55, 486
119, 046
340,904
56,157
7,804
10,993
33,985
3, 511

670, 328
255,483
657, 560
182, 714

25
13

296, 791
198,126

15
13

492, 600
633, 625
437,029

20
25
July

1, 253, 036
64,142
120,154
149,860
62, 377
734, 292
155, 553
19,101
34,113
449, 540
27,402
57,094

662
375
597
2,520
788
193
71
1,803
7,289
643




7,473

3, 572, 841
417, 290
607, 705
417,139
554, 905
1,147,102
1,024, 507
125, 705
166, 306
681, 715
108, 738
169,015

45
50
28
20
30
35
20
40
10

15,1932

191?
1913
1914
1915
1916
1917
1918
1919
1920
1921
1922
1923
1924
1925
1926
1927
1928
19?9
1930
1931
1932
1933
1934
1935
1936
1937
1938
1939
1940
1941
1942
1943
1944
1945
1946
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE N O . 43.—National banks in charge of receivers during^ year ended October 31,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
allowed together with the disposition of such collectionst and various other data

Name an 1 location of banks

1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
2017
2018
2019
2020
2021
2022
2023
2024
2025
2026
2027
2028
2029
2030
2031
2032
2033
2034
2035
2036
2037
2038
2039
2040
2041
2042
2043
2044
2045
2046
2047
2048

Pioneer National Bank, Waterloo, Iowa
Burnet National Bank, Burnet, Tex
John Weedman National Bank,, Farmer City, 111
First National Bank, Le Roy, 111
First National Bank, Foosland, 111
Citizens National Bank, Greet Bend, Kans
First National Bank, Sedro-Woolley, Wash
First National Bank, Ilenovo, Pa
First National Bank, Hornell, N. Y
First National Bank, Pitcairn, Pa
Peoples National Bank, Pitcairn, Pa
P
First National Bank, Trafford, P
F i t N t i l B k T f f d Pa
First National Bank, Champaign, III
First National Bank, Bardwcll, Ky
First National Bank, Hamilton, 111
First National Bank, Pittsburg, Tex.1
First National Bank, Arlington, Ga
First National Bank, Hartwell, Ga
City National Bank, Knoxville, 1
Tenn.1
First National Bank, Alexis, 111.
Citizens National Bank, Kendallville, Ind_._
National Bank, Kendallville, Ind_
Fi National Bank f B P i t P t Chicago, Calif
First N i l B k of Bay Point, Port Ch

First National Bank, Alva, Okla
Security National Bank, Fairfield, Idaho
National Bank of Commerce, Garnett, Kans
Merchants National Bank, Brownsville, Tex
First National Bank, High Bridge, N. J
Merchants National Bank, Defiance, Ohio *
First National Bank, Defiance, Ohio i
First National Bank, Lonaconing, Md.1
First National Bank, Fairfax, Okla
First National Bank, Nebo, 111
First National Bank, Glasgow, Ky
Forest City National Bank, Rockford, 111
First National Bank, Highland, Kans
First National Bank, Albion, 111.1
Albion National Bank, Albion, 111.1
Coggin National Bank, Brown wood, Tex.1
First National Bank, Roscoe, Tex.1
Bayard National Bank, Bayard, W. Va
First N t o l
F i r t National Bank in Driggs, Idaho--.
in
gg,
F i t National B k S
Id
First N t i l Bank, Seymour, Ind.1
First National Bank, Lafayette, Colo
:
Citizens National Bank & Trust Co., Hornell, N. Y
National City Bank, Tampa, Fla.1
Douglass National Bank of Chicago, Chicago, 111
United States National Bank, La Grande, Oreg.1
First National Bank, South Glens Falls, N. Y
Hancock National Bank,, Sparta, Ga_ 1
State National Bank, Santa Anna, Tex
United States National Bank, Iron Mountain, Mich
Citizens National Bank, Salmon, Idaho
First National Bank, Hartington, Nebr
First National Bank, Crofton, Nebr
Bank, Crofton,
Bg
C t y N t i l B k , L'A
Baraga County National Bank, L'Anse, Mich

L i b t
N t i l B k
W
T i
Liberty National Bank, Waco, Tex.i
First National Bank, Beverly Hills, Calif
National Bank of Rolla, Rolla, Mo
First National Bank, Jaytcn, Tex
Washington National Bank, New York, N. Y.1
First National Bank, Sutersville, Pa
First National Bank, Rock Falls, 111
Leominster National Bank, Leominster, Mass
First National Bank, Sheffield, Iowa
Henderson National Bank, Henderson, Ky
New Jersey National Bank & Trust Co., Newark, N. J
Holston National Bank, Elizabethton, Tenn.1
Alliance National Bank of Chicago, Chicago, 111
First National Bank, Arlington, Nebr

See footnotes at end of table.




Capital
stock at
date of
failure

Date receiver
appointed

$200, 000 Feb. 18,1932
30,000 _—do
75,000 Feb. 19,1932
50,000
do.
25,000 .....do
50,000 Feb. 20,1932
25,000 Feb. 23,1932
50,000 Feb. 26,1922
300,000 Feb. 27,1932
100,000
75,000
30,000
300,000
25,000
50,000
100, 000
30, 000
75,000
1, 000, 000
50,000
80,000
25,000
50,000
25, 000
25,000
250,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
25,000
25,000
40,000
50,000
300, 000
25,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
125,000
500,000
250,000
100,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
60,000
25,000
50, 000
300, 000
450, 000
50, 000
40,000
500,000
25,000
50, 000
150, 000
40,000
200,000
2, 800,000
50,000
200,000
25,000

Mar. 2,1932

do._.
do.
Mar. 4,1932
do
do
Mar. 8,1932
do
do.

Mar. 9,1932
Mar. 15,1932
Mar. 16,1932
Mar. 18,1932
do

Mar. 19,1932
Mar. 25,1932
Mar. 28,1932
Mar. 30,1932
Apr. 11,1932
do
do
Apr. 12,1932
do

Apr. 15,1932
Apr. 19,1932
Apr. 26,1932
Apr. 27,1932
do
do

do

Apr. 28,1932
May 3,1932
May 6,1932
May 9,1932
May 10,1932
May 20,1932
May 21,1932
May 23,1932
May 24,1932
do.
do
do
May 25,1932
June 1,1932
do.
June 2,1932
June 3,1932
June 7,1932
June 8,1932
do
June 10,1932
do
do.
June 11,1932
do
do
..—do
June 14,1932
June 15,1932
June 17,1932

REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

261

1932, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources including offsets
indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 81, 1932—Continued
Book value of assets at date of

Progress of liquidation
to date of this report

failure
Additional

Estimated
good

Estimated
doubtful

Estimated
worthless

$279, 450
50,040
208, 339
111, 090
44, 032
193,901
74, 756
169, 217
671, 437
345, 603
161, 594
182,130
2, 337, 646
211, 441
58, 743

$2, 736, 632
28,986
196,095
135,116
110, 209
242, 963
242, 355
563, 573
1,800, 366
580, 836
356, 063
304, 080
2,807, 223
97, 718
141, 560

$7, 290
16,888
72, 745
41, 012
1,956
8,433
58, 779
298, 709
257,180
96, 575
72, 591
69, 629
557, 983
31, 375
75,462

13, 383
80, 069
874, 341
11, 644
190, 999
19, 956
350, 278
52, 688
118, 832
1,822, 005
102, 382
609
1,338
1,650
69, 570
66, 938
163,868
1,171,980
59, 712
4,439
10, 382

78, 462
160, 471
2,177, 467
55, 828
427, 360
129, 505
185, 514
74, 308
216, 016
1,654, 474
722, 474
47, 618
76,823

32, 429
25, 216
1,171, 798
14, 579
1,544
19, 733
45,149
540
49, 240
558, 226
46, 354
180, 907
83,304

214, 785
134, 775
200,096
1, 555, 934
96, 048
118, 039
127, 099

18, 553
2,438
50,082
154, 869
18, 420
77,286
75, 732

2,340
24, 821
63, 589
7,165
64,181
504,540
4,276
57, 625
365
146,147
100, 250
1
107,140
194, 867
127,180
49, 319
308, 690

26, 417
184, 644
62, 479
261,992
87,134
1,135, 218
682, 212
673, 268
125, 649
314, 047
109, 975
18, 764
563, 036
377,064
177, 059
114, 007
263,140

10, 793
2,665
58,269
53,921
3,024
261, 448
147, 900
22, 006
266, 445
72,621
49, 649
112,965
38, 883
74, 213
117, 594
33, 347
7,254

3, 032,107
237, 684
19, 723
8,128
103, 659
137, 814
535, 538
59, 016
749, 369
2, 736, 228
14,003
217,902
23,857

2, 234, 771
304, 361
149, 652
148, 731
350, 914
314, 820
1, 357, 062
284,135
583, 098
12, 958, 425
227, 896
1, 675,105
106,144

1,607,978
197, 681
76, 468
88, 584
1,318
46, 014
71,822
2,615
79, 319
1, 240, 980
93,661
8,794
11,621




assets
received
since
date of
failure

$233, 591
43,835
119,154
106,947
5,822
8,114
102, 325
5,394
43,952
47,066
8,262
14,120
901, 855
5,165
5,612
599
9,680
52, 659
459, 513
522
12,163
3,901
2,217
13, 633
3,766
316, 904
20, 847
511
775
134
13, 909
19, 628
8,375
256, 052
33, 035
300
424
4,195
1,388
19, 381
1, 585
10, 868
723, 064
116, 437
15,033
11, 561
925
10
27, 718
25,889
13, 888
8,373
1,704
65
107, 882
38, 486
188
1,817
4,704
13,500
32, 400
11, 597
11,168
76,130
52, 400
4,033

Total
assessment
upon
shareholders

$200,000
30,000
75,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
300, 000
100, 000
75, 000
30,000
25,000
50,000
100 000
30, 000
75, 000
1, 000, 000
50,000
80,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
250, 000
100,000
100, 000
25 000
25^ 000
40,000
50,000
300,000
25, 000
50,000
50,000
100 000
25^ 000
25,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
125 000
500, 000
250,000
100,000
25,000
25,000
60,000
100,000
100,000
60,000
25,000
50,000
300,000
450,000
50, 000
40, 000
100,000
25,000
50.000
150,000
40, 000
2, 800, 000
50,000
200,000
25,000

Total assets
and stock
assessment

$3, 456, 963
169,749
671,333
444,165
187, 019
503, 411
503, 215
1, 086, 893
3, 072, 935
1,170, 080
673, 510
599, 959
6,604 707
370, 699
331, 377
100 599
163, 954
393, 415
5, 683,119
132, 573
712, 066
198, 095
633,158
141 169
412, 854
4, 601, 609
892 057
329, 645
262, 240
26 784
34l[ 817
263, 779
472, 421
3, 438, 835
232, 215
250, 064
263, 637
100, 000
68^ 745
238, 518
228, 718
424, 663
190, 207
2,026, 206
2,057, 452
1,119, 336
507, 492
569, 376
285, 799
181, 740
836, 777
772, 033
495, 721
230,046
630, 788
300 065
7,432^ 738
828, 212
286, 031
347, 260
485, 595
562,148
2,146, 822
397, 363
1, 422, 954
19, 811, 763
385 560
2,154^ 201
170,655

Cash col-

lections
from
assets

$659, 014
25,199
146,982
83, 462
24, 290
154, 758
100,420
140,110
942, 456
171, 991
136, 215
113,901
3, 321, 935
64, 794
89, 529
599
15, 251
55, 657
2,178, 406
11, 852
213, 527
77, 502
64, 382
22, 204
99, 346
956, 680
202, 815
4,149
4,330
1 784
120,' 205
82, 842
123, 036
649, 879
57, 737
1,116
4,071
784
22, 026
31, 591
11,952
35,088
20,970
83, 751
17, 433
163, 336
52, 423
10
80, 737
63, 400
20, 452
7,603
51, 275
65
2, 297,174
81, 581
5,890
22, 532
33, 891
55, 379
509, 255
49, 022
377 576
5, 516! 102
716,347
35,155

Cash collections
from
stock
assessment

1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
22, 862 1994
50 000 1995
2,900 1996
27, 251 1997
496,182 1998
20, 775 1999
57, 593 2000
1,750 2001
2002
'2003
1,450 2004
67, 250 2005
2006
2007
3,025 2008
19, 400 2009
1,000 2010
28,728 2011
16, 207 2012
2013
9,510 2014
19,453 2015
15,144 2016
1 000 2017
5,775 2018
3,895 2019
24 2020
97,775 2021
830 2022
2023
171,985 2024
2025
4,500 2026
7,200 2027
2,661 2028
21,125 2029
15,855 2030
3,401 2031
2,600 2032
108 2033
1,425 2034
91 950 2035
75* 530 2036
13,175 2037
3,250 2038
3,124 2039
3,200 2040
16, 502 2041
32, 775 2042
6,260 2043
2044
104, 318 2045
2046
2,559 2047
8,362 2048
$19, 725
3,250
36, 846
12, 325
8,022
10,100
2,518
39,465
81,128
37, 511
17, 710
9, 580

262

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 43.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 81,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
allowed together with the disposition of such collections, and various other data
Progress of liquidnti.cn to date of this report—Continued

Unpaid
balance
R. F . C.
loan

1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
2017
2018
2019
2020
2021
2022
2023
2024
2025
2026
2027
2028
2029
2030
2031
2032
2033
2034
2035
2036
2037
2038
2039
2040
2041
2042
2043
2044
2045
2046
2047
2048
Sf ;e

$9, 500
32,900

355,000
18,100

Offsets
allowed
and
settled

Book
Total collecvalue of
Book
Loss on
tions from
value of assets
Book
all sources, assets comreremainpounded
value of
including
or sold
remaining ing uncol- turned
offsets alto
under
uncollected lected
lowed and
stock as- shareorder of
unpaid
assets
sessment holders'
court
balance
agents
R.F.C.loan

$87,185
2,019
31, 662
16, 498
4,647
4,685
5,484
32,126
85, 677
34, 795
14, 481
9,685
400,878
11, 204
24, 284
7,124
9,138
134,188

21, 500

8,900

23, 927
80
6, 542
3, 323
5,135
103, 341
11, 296

12, 950
3,812
5,117
206, 669
3,800
148

7,200

126
509
10
7,289
1,124
15,148
5, 651
11,171
19, 981
5, 498
2,000
7,192
628
11, 582
19
1,778
5,271
106, 364
8,178
57, 757
329,114
5,261
9 141

$7, 703 $2, 503, 061 $180, 275
$76.:., 924
112, 531
26, 750
30, 468
409, 200
38,154
8,489
215, 490
294, 205
37, 675
112, 285
132, 508
16, 978
36, 959
574
293, 968
39,900
179, 043
366, 633
22, 482
10 B, 422
5,678
770, 534
10, 535
244, 601
94,123
218, 872
1,109, 261
19, 223 1, 725, 579
837, 314
62, 489
244, 297
25, 980
443, 933
57, 290
168, 406
3,881
382, 702
20, 420
133,166
63, 671
2,446, 314
4, 07", 813
435, 580
269, 701
75, 998
25,000
167, 444
154, 775
27,138
120
50, .599
50,000
25, 275
27,100
111, 579
92, 046
47, 749
253, 620
2. 808, 776 2, 297, 722
503, 818
72, 803
32, G27
29, 225
70, 721
22. 407
370, 767
23, 845
31 a, 547
23, 250
30, 866
7'J, 332
64,647
50,000
512, 234
70, 924
115 642
25, 527
23, 550
282, 892
l i t , 831
481
182, 750
1,127, 271
3,623 3,287, 965
677, 946
214, 111
4,149
225, 496
166,666
157, 910
7, 355
96, 975
2i 184
5,600
181, 842
134,155
1,820
24, 000
137,125
115,382
11, 272
294, 268
141, 360
33, 793
8135, 548
1,174 2,281,113
300, 000
143, 501
71,047
2,177
15, 490
198, 878
20, 639
30, 547
209, 418
19,363
34, 856
1,000
99,000
6,559
42, 961
19, 225
26,047
191, 366
21,105
S2,124
171, 618
24, 976
109, 737
312, 701
2,225
o0, 407
122,171
659
24,170
1, 901, 206
125,000
:
r i2, 955
1, 536, 482
328, 015
84, 875
781, 924
2,537
250, 000
.21, 933
390, 059
95, 500
185, 684
365, 179
17, 800
713
fiO, 735
22, 339
202, 725
28, 875
21,135
131, 730
84,145
568, 705
76,164
107, 763
96, 599
587, 82?
?s6, 782
830
57,400
409, 771
28, 550
24, 89?
195, 443
9,711
48, 575
522, 321
f>9, 892
208, 050
S»2, 015
374, 470
2, 373, 332
44, 335 4, 640, 601
36, 825
106, 338
685, 049
36, 750
240,122
9,159
96, 876
224, 728
25, 65f
21,800
424, 926
38, 869
33, 498
450, 945
77, 152
553
117, 225
648, 394
18, 976 1, 362, 227
33, 740
300,163
03. 460
986, 271
435. 333
1,350
10, 832, 042 2, 695, 682
5, 949, 534
334, 505
335, 560
50, 000
1, 232, 593
197, 44
724, 16"
i.S fiSK

footnotes a t end of table.




9.Q. 1 7 f\

7Q IRS

1fi.fiSR

Disposition of proceeds of liquidation

Dividends
paid on
secured
claims

Dividends
paid on
unsecured
claims

$123,100
72, 793
122, 069

4

1, 491,001
78,142
50, 000

$12,087

18, 210

19,405
156,379

7,359

18, 395

9,384

47,014

22,184

14,987
134,16?

263

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

1932, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources including offsets
indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31, 1932—Continued
Disposition of proceeds of liquidation—Continued
Secured and
preferred
liabilities
paid except
through
dividends,
including
offsets
allowed

Amount
returned
to shareholders
in cash

Cash advanced in
protection of
assets

Receivers' salary, legal
and other
expenses

$694, 799
18,185
51,072
60,646
9,816
84,189
52, 551
98,123
852, 568
104,922
111, 173
66,114
2.050,117
33, 623
61,959

$2,165

$46,698
9,019]
35,108
47,148 25,075
13,979
49,394
11,206
235, 049
130,039
51,349
60,835
487, 066
37,090
10,837

14,378
52,539
2,297,046
11, 770
109,521
69, 757
48, 257
9,067
77,187
594,956
112,077
2,829
2,264

112
343

$22, 262
3,264
6,060
4,491
2,068
7,849
6,158
11.913
12, 016
9,187
5,864
6,217
33.292
5,281
3,837
599
2,132
6,186
2,330
380
6,183
2 341
7,182
3,643
4,375
13,060
4,768
357
1,033
185
4,884
2,857
2,772
24, 656
2,394
313
563
678
432
2,557
4,603
574
2,027
1,551
5,726
4,192
3,007
3,201
681
3,810
4,878
3,207
2,737
2,553
122
23, 638
5,017
1,011
8,187
2,042
3,562
8,912
2,649
6,086
21,071

41, 752
16,885
4 602
102,567
21,932
6,204
28, 747
16, 352
6,996
1, 353
26, 332
91, 893
121,937
36,424
2,900
16, 955
10, 989
10,559
270,688
34, 269
201, 757
825,870

5,713
1.693

8,839
21.004

60,612
3, 859
81,053
485,267
35, 585
70
2,648
738
14, 092
12,675
11, 703
30,229

150
233
319
1,290
9, 6281
169
20
!
16,337
4

1,629
167
805
28,877
151
761
286
19
553
319
704
42
593

15, 249
61, 543
3,115
80,110
35, 602
14, 250
75,169
65, 383
18,311
5, 615
30,651

241
721
10, 024

2, 225, 072
62, 405
5,248
514
25,838
62, 984
368, 790
26,542
225,868
5,102, 336

2,685
2,492

37
169
36
6
356

47
4
1,622
257

709,615
22,961

147796°—33




Cash in
h a n d s of
comptroller a n d
receivers

18

8,653
2,681
509,400
1,072
44, 464
7,234
13,856
12,650
6,710
490,378
97, 266
812
3,297
20,999
12, 261
108, 380
60, 516
346,072
10, 884
19, 937
15, 448
322
5,347
9,398
14, 253
97,460
3,164

Amount
of claims
proved

$1,434,710
214
313,791
157, 678
107,961
252,883
38,647
819,669

Divi- Interest Date finally
dividends dends
closed or
(per
restored to
(per
cent) cent)
solvency

40
30
15

674,135
383,934
422,995
2,611,388 *60
157,279 50
50,000 100
49, 752
137, 716 22
3,317,593
49,756 39
391, 495 40
67, 512
153,307
88,068
257, 574 10
2, 572, 718
103, 571
102,884
88, 461
188, 793
147,810
268,571
73, 947
141, 235
149,192
100,000
123,104
89, 323
236,348
74,937
533,294
131, 793
345,480
133,908
51,192
381, 356
222, 736
201, 853
300,000
1, 587,372
387,625
6,476
33,565
296,014
878,715
208, 203
699,634
90,412
316, 701
76,514

30

30

20
25

J

_
_
Sept.

1,1932

1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
199?
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
?,000
2001
200?
2003
?,004
?,005
2006
?007
2008
2009
2010
?,011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
2017
2018
2019
2020
2021
2022
2023
2024
2025
2026
2027
2028
2029
2030
2031
2032
2033
2034
2035
2036
2037
2038
2039
2040
2041
2042
2043
2044
2045
2046
2047
2048

264

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 43.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
allowed together with the disposition of such collections, and various other data

Capital
stock at
date of
failure

Name and location of banks

First National Bank, Whitesburg, Ky
__.
First National Bank, Etowah, Tenn
_.
Bowmanville National Bank of Chicago, Chicago, 111
First National Bank, Oneida, 111
Boonville National Bank. Boonville, Mo
Hurley National Bank, Hurley, Wis
_.
First American National Bank & Trust Co., Berwyn, 111.
Columbia National Bank, Columbia Heights, Minn.
San Bernardino National Bank, San Bernardino, Calif..
Jefferson Park National Bank of Chicago, Chicago, IllNational Bank of Milton, Milton, Iowa
Jackson Park NationalBank of Chicago, Chicago, 111..
Standard National Bank of Chicago, Chicago, 111
Ravenswood National Bank, Ravenswood, 111_.
First National Bank, Wilmette, 111
--National Bank of Woodlawn of Chicago, Chicago, 111.
First National Bank, Martinsville, Ind
_
First National Bank, Mesa, Ariz
Midland National Bank of Chicago, Chicago, 111.
South Ashland National Bank of Chicago, Chicago, 111
Peoples National Bank & Trust Co. of Chicago, Chicago, 111
eope a
Fit N t i l B k M k t I
First National Bank, Maquoketa, Iowa
First National Bank, Thompson, I
Iowa
First National Bank, Gardner, 1
F i t N t i l B k G d 1111.
1
West Hollywood First National Bank, West Hollywood, Calif
Guernsey National Bank, Cambridge, Ohio *
--First National Bank, Willoughby, Ohio *
First National Bank, Spartanburg, S. C
Hyde Park-Kenwood National Bank of Chicago, Chicago, 111
First National Bank, Tyndall, S. Dak
First National Bank in Kerman, Calif
Fanners National Bank in Vinton, Iowa
First National Bank, Davidsville, Pa
First National Bank, Riverside, 111
State National Bank in Terrell, Tex
'.
First National Bank, Waynesboro, Miss
_
111
_
First National Bank in Aurora, 111
First National Bank & Trust Co.,
Fi N i l B k < T t C Chicago Heights, 111
National Tradesmens Bank & Trust Co., New Haven, Conn
First National Bank, Burns, Oreg
State National Bank, Iowa Falls, Iowa
._.
Pulaski National Bank, Pulaski, N. Y
Fit N t i l B k J k i K
First National Bank, Jenkins, Ky
Ross County National Bank, Chillicothe, Ohio
Consolidated National Bank, Dubuque, Iowa
Peoples National Bank & Trust Co., Sullivan, Ind
Commercial National Bank. Waterloo, Iowa
Clearfield National Bank, Clearfield, Pa
First National Bank, Enterprise, Ala *
First National Bank, Artesia, Calif.
Whitley National Bank, Corbin, Ky
.._
City National Bank, Sumter, S. C.1
Farmers National Bank, Wewoka, Okla_
First National Bank, Thomasville, Ga
First National Bank, Sylacauga, Ala.
Producers National Bank, Tulsa, Okla.i
Monroe National Bank, Monroe, N. Y
_
Spencer National Bank, Spencer, Ind
First National ju»ajLiJv, Leland, 111
Bank, j u c i a i i u , xii
jr uov xvanuiJai
.__
B h
Buchanan C t N t i l B
County National Bank, Independence, Iowa.
First National Bank in Sioux Rapids, Iowa___
-.
First National Bank, Adams, Minn
First National Bank, Northwood, Iowa__
Boise City National Bank, Boise, Idaho
First National Bank, Gulfport, Miss.1
First National Bank, Eldora, Iowa
First National Bank, Ackley,Iowa
First National Bank, Milton, N. 1
Dak
First National Bank, Aurora, 111.
First National Bank, Mount Olive, 111.1
See footnotes at end of table.

2049
2050
2051
2052
2053
2054
2055
2056
2057
2058
2059
2060
2061
2062
2063
2064
2065
2066
2067
2068
2069
2070
2071
2072
2073
2074
2075
2076
2077
2078
2079
2080
2081
2082
2083
2084
2085
2086
2087
2088
2089
2090
2091
2092
2093
2094
2095
2096
2097
2098
2099
2100
2101
2102
2103
2104
2105
2106
2107
2108
2109
2110
2111
2112
2113
2114
2115
2116
2117
2118




-

Date receiver
appointed

$50,000 June 17,1932
50,000 June 21,1932
300,000
do
35,000
do
200,000
do
50,000 — d o
175,000
do
25,000
do
100,000
do.-—.
300,000 June 25,1932
25,000
do
200,000 — d o
300,000
do
200,000
do
150,000
do
300,000
do
100,000 June 27,1932
do
100, 000
250, 000
do
200,000
do
, 000,000
do
50, 000 June 28,1932
50,000
do
do
25,000
75,000
do
50,000 June 29,1932
100,000
do
500,000 June 30,1932
600,000 July 1,1932
40,000 July 2,1932
25,000
do
75,000
do
25,000 July 6,1932
50,000
do
100,000
do
25,000
do
200,000
do
200,000 July 7,1932
500,000
do
-.
50,000
do
50,000
do
75,000 July 11,1932
75,000 July 12,1932
150,000 July 14,1932
500,000
do
150,000 July 15,1932
400,000 July 18,1932
do
200,000
100,000
do
do
50,000
do
25,000
150,000 July 21,1932
25,000 July 22,1932
100,000 July 27,1932
do
50,000
do
250, 000
50, 000 July 28,1932
50, 000 July 30,1932
30, 000 Aug. 1,1932
do
125,000
do
50,000
30,000 Aug. 8,1932
50,000
do
_
375, 000 Aug. 9,1932
400, 000
50, 000 Aug. 10~1932~
do
50,000
25, 000 Aug. 11,1932
300,000 Aug. 12,1932
do
70,000

265

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

1982, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources including offsets
indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31, 1932—Continued
Book value of assets at date of
failure

Progress of liquidation
to date of this report

Additional.
Total
assets
assets
received assessment Totalstock
upon
and
since
shareassessment
Estimated Estimated Estimated
date of
holders
doubtful worthless
good
failure

Cash collections
from

Cash collections
from
stock
ment

$150,067
265,603
335,821
64, 200
606, 821
317,689
43,098
11,706
245,557
292,975
44,247
220, 717
92, 575
225, 680
357, 697
180, 974
477, 319
76,818
117, 253
78,208
480, 937
302, 031
21, 231
57,657
86,041
1, 388, 977
908, 568
64,938
59, 259
275, 802
11,922!
110, 828!
65,181!
90, 220
856,499
223, 328
2,161, 698
142, 686
77,906
450, 8041
38,023j
476, 534
1, 209,680
162, 365
1,668, 830
346,883
43,415
280, 735
122,172
31,240
330,149
123, 965
126,909
46,032
272, 240
252,109
69,903
468,114
51,131
70,655
66,934

1, 539, 386
272
178, 309
53, 678
6,739
11,056
200

$367,658
268, 336
2,089,159
92,268
436,017
282,406
812, 711
320, 804
803,478
1,843,188
55, 266
1,006, 584
522,341
528, 226
635, 413
1, 908, 095
284, 356
392, 202
700, 917
191, 305
6, 726, 552
504, 621
257, 351
155, 075
195,900

$124,016
53,420
229, 865

426, 535
1,659, 278
3,145, 838
340,676
146,498
496,669
149,842
222,191
225, 954
434, 243
2, 067, 710
1,151, 328
1, 595, 927
144, 860
304, 363
1, 403, 627
292,937
1,088,064
3,609,939
1,116, 310
3,929, 873
682, 503
284,333
224,466
145, 559

13, 801
506, 203
795,364
31,463
1,416
11,442

389, 300
191, 630
178, 764
254,423
311, 230
408,194
152, 591
694, 924
172, 529
256, 435
193, 613
886, 087
394, 591
314, 474
377, 937
77,942
201, 536
196,850




115, 894
11,106
27,015
781
678,874
22,859
4,503
95, 538
103, 750
9,502
166, 227
107,65r
274,423
58, 573
153,090
73,753
9,278
3,124
7,865
22, 546

1,110
33, 543
117,765
394, 575
194, 884
655, 718
72, 275
85,452
8
34,555
63, 950
193, 433
245,176
240,981
292,375
159,694
35,022
2,241
80, 767
43, 230
100, 874
152,196
288,875
55, 702
84,883
23, 996
83,391
28,066
616, 544
502, 873
29,119
79, 749
10, 860
845,614
3,151

$4,167
46,144
70,204
8,790
102, 791
15,127
3,773
22,765
126, 030
55,164
22, 433
15, 846
19,375
76,840
15,546
132,477
69, 724
26,381
21,333
28, 558
263, 291
98, 503
13,062
8,027
5,291
1
9,829
608, 417
198,173
26,463
9,908
5,914
18,984
17,383
229,940
374
19,050
25,805
65,040
36, 549
19, 932
54,099
37, 295
14,620
119,089
63,962
132,159
5,789
111
3,643
6,677
495
88,877
6,146
78,028
7,544
85,627
29, 205
21, 269
650
14, 881
6,103
7,437
1,287
11, 732
22, 530
2,529
72

$50,000
50,000
300,000
35,000
200,000
50,000
175,000
25,000
100, 000
300,000
25,000
200,000
150,000
200,000
150,000
300,000
100,000
100,000
250,000
1,000,000
50,000
50, 000
25,000
75,000
50,000
100, 000
500,000
600,000
40,000
25,000
75,000
25,000
50,000
100,000
25,000
200,000
200,000
50,000
50, 000
75,000
150, 000
500,000
150,000
400, 000
200,000
100,000
50,000
25,000
150,000
100,000
50,000
250,000
50,000
50,000
30,000
125, 000
50, 000
30, 000
50,000
375,000
400,000
50,000
50,000
25, 000
300,000
70,000

$695,908
683, 503
3,025,049
200, 258
1,461, 523
676, 328
1,061, 597
381, 056
1,953, 939
2, 514,186
151, 449
1, 538, 685
888, 041
1,040, 248
1,324, 883
2,629,198
1, 205, 822
653,974
1, 242, 593
384,671
8,544, 533
964,433
344, 768
253,624
384, 778
50,001
1,159, 011
4,662, 875
5,647, 943
503,540
242,081
864, 827
205, 748
401, 512
654,618
667,602
3, 537, 834
1,795, 345
4,478, 383
446,370
537, 653
1, 908, 538
477, 810
1, 793,168
5,632,141
1,737, 813
6, 371, 843
1, 527, 550
587, 553
593,!
301, 649
523, 435
762,679
605,346
514,015
917, 358
641,014
851,632
366,582
1,333,303
311,038
455,362
344,716
3,424, 454
1, 299,023
583, 634
583, 894
123,070
1, 358, 278
270, 237

2049
108, 764
301,946
15, 215
261,834
116, 702
31, 221
191, 722
318, 990
288, 261
26, 768
238.121
87,054
122,061
118,354
537.122
114,665
63,043
175, 782
39,497
810, 567
123, 584
23,094
13,333
85,911
1
187,329
236,186
861, 819
58, 650
104, 590
82,106
27,426
21, 223
25,124
20,012
387,820
301,710
1,094,456
19, 530
63,038
188,056
66,005
495, 278
473,054
134,670
963, 218
99,915
4,265
211,167
9,773
2,377
51, 771
35,796
91,114
103,980
74,211
19, 257
112,357
13,034
7,829
11,232
211,405
2,940
74, 597
27, 344
1,397
1,131
967

1,280 2050
1,500 2051
7,300 2052
34,025 2053
1,578 2054
750 2055

2056
2057
2058
2059
2060
2061
1,700 2062
2063
17,177 2064
15,224 2065
6,800 2066
16,730 2067
2068
40,474 2069
12,634 2070
2,350 2071
1,000 2072
6,066 2073
22,050 2074
45,073 2075
76,994 2076
2077
2,801 2078
3,475 2079
6,725 2080
2,525 2081
1,539
5,096
639
4,805

6,730
1,300
1,325 2084
63,750 2085
400

2087
8,125

2090
21,197 2091
67,175 2092
11,074 2093

2094
1,650 2095

2096
2097
700 2098
2099
"2,156 2100
2101
18,003 2102
2103
22,091 2104
2105
2106
2,234 2107
600 2108
1,000 2109
2110
5,175 2111
2112
2113
612 2114
2115
2116
~6~383 2117
2118

266

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 43.—National hanks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
allowed together with the disposition of such collections, and various other data
Progress of liquidation to date of this report—Continued

Unpaid
balance
R. F. C.
loan

2049
2050
2051
2052
2053
2054
2055
2056
2057
2058
2059
2060
2061
2062
2063
2064
2065
2066
2067
2068
2069
2070
2071
2072
2073
2074
2075
2076
2077
2078
2079
2080
2081
2082
2083
2084
2085
2086
2087
2088
2089
2090
2091
2092
2093
2094
2095
2096
2097
2098
2099
2100
2101
2102
2103
2104
2105
2106
2107
2108
2109
2110
2111
2112
2113
2114
2115
2116
2117
2118

Offsets
allowed
and
settled

Book
Total collecvalue of
Book
tions from
Loss on
value of assets
all sources, assets comBook
reremainincluding
pounded
value of
offsets alor sold
remaining ing uncol- turned
lowed and
to
under
uncollected lected
unpaid
order of
stock as- shareassets
balance
court
sessment holders'
R . F . C Joan
agents

$16,804
6,151
11,937
3,415
10,179
1,608
6,614
6, 731
22,295
6,718
6,223
22,182
6,956
15,900
27,897
20, 353
8,570
9,001
20,665
6,068
64,570
16,807
6,988
54
5,608
45,149
98, 560
3,622
7,416
27, 565
1,813
4,068
18, 874
11,728
45, 211
38, 767
65, 738
4,311
9,031
417
4,794
42, 733
110, 353
4,580
239,904
17, 348
16,395
776
6,904
4,481
14, 347
1,616
2, 639
20,670
780
1,361
3,075
57, 788
7,908
2,718
1

$71,725
llti, 195
316, 383
25, 930
306, 038
119,888
38,585
201, 321
342, 824
300, 075
33, 630
26o, 108
94, 010
139, 661
146, 251
574, 652
138, 459
78, 844
213,177
45, 565
915, 611
153, 025
32,432
14, 387
97, 585
22,051
232,402
358, 329
960. 379
65, 073
115,481
116, 396
31, 764
82, 021
45, 298
33, 065
496, 781
340, 877
1,100,194
23, 841
80,194
188, 473
91, 996
005,186
594, 481
139, 250
1 2434, 772

1,044
18, 739
32,982
7,040

19,819
133,008

427
9,091
4,200
19,876

644
16, 708
25,980
76,345
109,976

117,263
4,265
228, 262
10,549
4,877
76,678
40,277
113,205
118,327
75,827
24,130
133, 627
14,814
9,190
19, 482
269,193
2,940
85,117
30, 062
1,398
7,514
967

See footnotes at end of table.




$58,183

4,826

"

ifiS
120

$583,008
518,588
2, 352, 983
146, 628
988, 466
508, 018
848, 762
138, 864
1, 479, 672
1,919, 207
93,458
1, 071, 342
644, 031
702, 287
1,028, 632
1, 771, 723
982, 587
481, 930
776, 327
339,106
6, 536, 388
774, 042
264,686
215, 237
217,832
862, 591
3, 881, 540
4, 087, 564
397, 068
85,199
680,156
161, 509
326, 221
510, 620
610, 862
2,904,159
1, 254, 868
3, 301, 481
372, 529
389, 604
1, 720, 065
255, 666
995,181
4, 548, 734
1,448, 563
4, 768, 721
1, 210, 287
483, 288
316, 304
266,100
371, 058
762, 679
446, 671
423, 738
571, 418
472, 687
725, 805
314, 686
1,075, 276
247,224
414, 784
280,409
2, 780, 261
895, 963
451,129
503, 832
96, 672
1, 057,147
199, 270

Disposition of proceeds of liquidation

Dividends
paid on
secured
claims

Dividends
paid on
unsecured
claims

$41,175
48,720
298,500
27,700
165,975
48,422
174,250
22,132
98, 461
294,904
24,361
195,195
150,000
198, 300
150,000
282, 823
84,776
93,200
233, 270
959, 526
37,366
47,650
24,000
68,934
27, 950
54, 927
423,006
600,000
37,199
21, 525
68, 275
22,475
43, 270
98, 700
23, 675
136, 250
199, 600
50,000
41, 875
53,803
82, 825
488,926
150,000
398, 350
200,000
100,000
49,300
25,000
147,500
81,997
50,000
227, 909
50,000
50,000
27,766
124,400
49,000
30,000
44,825
375,000
400,000
47, 388
50,000
25,000
293,617
70,000

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267

1982, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources including offsets
indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31, 1932—Continued
Disposition of proceeds of liquidation—Continued
Secured and
preferred
liabilities Cash adpaid except vanced in
through
protecdividends, tion of
including
assets
offsets
allowed
$30,108
85, 314
277, 255
5,336
213, 489
77,943
30,199
176, 089
111,860
259, 395
12, 539
90,961
47, 774
39,031
125,951
430,658
102, 589
47,410
158,893
26, 351
661, 058
108, 665
20, 325
6,495
73, 713
182, 347
199, 343
595, 274
40,073
84, 520
87, 231
14, 751
19, 377
23,660
14, 737
234, 353
236,

2,222
1,58
254

$159

460
108
539
537
132
96

41
768

379

920, 646
14, 473
41,835
152,270
60,159
342, 258
400, 397
101, 375
721, 302
81,009
4,265
214,498
6,811
1,884

38, 079
28, 261
88,646
85, 459
49,248
13,008
88949
,
11,357
4,545
6,679
144, 545
2,387
38,106
19, 354
384
96

Receiv- Cash in
ers' sal- hands of
ary, legal comptroland other ler and
expenses receivers

654
90
62
5
1,721
121
265
682

$38,573
26, 714
29,651
19,174
88,434
40,251
3,085
23, 491
224, 745
31, 387
19,687
167, 028
42, 446
94, 506
13,315
137,968
30934
,
27,062
49, 547
16, 534
227,471
40,835
8,857
6,488
22,295
21, 846
44,817
150,630
350,945
23, 245
29, 659
26,170
15,922
10,606
19, 538
15, 334
253,033
98,481
226,001
6,829
36,194
32,886
30,105
259, 009
181,852
34, 362
474, 345
31,940
11, 542
2,158
2,739

1,433
2,812
1,225
2,007
2,287
678
2,61
1,407
1,472
833
3,614
383
2,082
996
536
316

37,016
9,204
22, 733
30,675
24,210
10,444
42,061
2,050
3,173
11,970
119,984
170
44, 816
9,539
383
7,198

$3,044
4,008
8,477
1,420
4,115
1,635
5,289
1,741
6,219
9,293
1,404
7,119
3,790
6,124
6,525
6,026
4,828
3,833
4,737
2,680

26, 545
3,393
3,154
1,404
1,540
205
5,187
8,356
14,160
1,755
1,237
2,993
1,067
2,038
2,100
2,953
8,627
6,017
12,893
2,449
2,165
3,317
1,670
3,914
10, 511
3,392
8,860
3,632

150
601
186
82

1,050
113
173
95




Amount Amount
returned of claims
to share- proved
holders
in cash

$186,702
81,545
~I88,~6O7
69,735
471, 489
66,496
463,176
127,100
334, 541
368,805
823, 274
310,003
79, 574
2,822, 491
342, 418
54,245
104,695
51,604
1,297,420
1, 280,644
283, 821
98, 303
398,093
63, 377
141,765
1,575,004
522, 536
453,838
237,372
132,049
687,579
481,173
1,934, 773
140, 217
83,916
201,245

412, 564
224,475
109,593
312,506
53, 717
596,292
193, 363
112,631
569, 399

Divi- Interest Date finally
dividends dends
closed or
(per
restored to
(per
cent)
solvency
cent)

2049
2050
2051
2052
2053
2054
2055
2056
2057
2058
2059
2060
2061
2062
2063
2064
2065
2066
2067
2068
2069
2070
2071
2072
2073
2074
2075
2076
2077
2078
2079
2080
2081
2082
2083
2084
2085
2086
2087
2088
2089
2090
2091
2092
2093
2094
2095
2096
2097
2098
2099
2100
2101
2102
2103
2104
2105
2106
2107
2108
2109
2110
2111
2112
2113
2114
2115
2116
2117
2118

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TABLE N O . 43.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 81,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
allowed together with the disposition of such collections, and various other data

Capital
stock at
date of
failure

Name and location of banks

2119
2120
2121
2122
2123
2124
2125
2126
2127
2128
2129
2130
2131
2132
2133
2134
2135
2136
2137
2138
2139
2140
2141
2142
2143
2144
2145
2146
2147
2148
2149
2150
2151
2152
2153
2154
2155
2156
2157
2158
2159
2160
2161
3162
2163
2164
2165
2166

First National Bank & Trust Co. in Pontiac, Mich. 1
National Bank of Unionville, Unionville, Mo
First National Bank, Sevierville, Tenn
First National Bank, Silverton, Oreg
First National Bank, Indianola, Iowa
First National Bank, Laurenceville, 111
Twin City National Bank, Bluefield, Va
First National Bank, George West, Tex
First National Bank, Marengo, 111
Broadway National Bank of Chicago, Chicago, 111.1
Citizens National Bank, Indiana, Pa
Parma National Bank, Parma, Idaho
First National Bank, Northboro, Iowa
First National Bank, Yukon, Pa
Ashland National Bank, Ashland, Ky. 1 1
American National Bank, Gillespie, 111. ..
—
Springfield National Bank, Springfield, Pa
First National Bank, Cairnbrook, Pa
First National Bank, Wendell, Minn
First National Bank, Peetz, Colo
First National Bank, Emporium, Pa
._.
First National Bank, Frazee, Minn
First National Bank, Letcher, S. Dak 1
Central National Bank, Deeatur, Ala.
Brown National Bank, Jackson, Minn
Citizens National Bank, Wessington, S. Dak
First National Bank, Vincennes, Ind
Andalusia National Bank, Andalusia, Ala
Liberty National Bank, Dickson City, Pa
First National Bank, LewivSville, Ind__
First National Bank, Mazon, 111
First National Bank, Egan, S. Dak__
First National Bank, Story City, Iowa1
First National Bank, Wyoming, Iowa 1
_
First National Bank, Gormania, W. Va.
First National Bank in Greensburg, Kans
First National Bank, Scappoose, Oreg
Home City National Bank, Homer City, Pa
First National Bank, Reynolds, Ga
First National Bank, Palestine, 111.
First National Bank, La Grande, Oreg
First National Bank, Springfield, Oreg.._
_
_
Masontown National Bank, Masontown, Pa. 1
First National Bank, Portsmouth, Va.1
_
United States National Bank, Deer Lodge, Mont 1
McDowell County National Bank, Welch, W. Va.
Schmelz National Bank, Newport News, Va. 1
_
National Citizens Bank, Lake Benton, Minn..
Grand total (1,093 receiverships).
Total active (971 receiverships)
Total closed (97 receiverships)
Total 1932 failures (380 receiverships).

__

_
_
_

___

_._

.
__.

Date receiver
appointed

$600,000 Aug. 12,1932
40,000 Aug. 13,1932
60,000
do
35,000 Aug. 15,1932
50,000 Aug. 20,1932
100,000 Aug. 22,1932
50,000
do
50,000 Aug.* 24,1932
50, 000 Aug. 29,1932
200,000 Sept. 7,1932
50,000 Sept. 12,1932
25,000
do
25,000 Sept. 16,1932
30,000 Sept. 20,1932
800,000 Sept. 22,1932
do
50,000;
v 50,000
do
25,000 Sept. 23,1932
50,000
do
25,000 Sept. 24,1932
200,000
do
30,000 Sept. 26,1932
25,000 Sept. 27,1932
200,000 Oct. 1,1932
40,000 Oct. 3,1932
30,000
do
200,000
do——..
200,000 Oct. 5,1932
100,000 Oct. 6,1932
35,000 Oct. 8,1932
50,000
do
25,000 Oct. 10,1932
75,000
do
50,000 Oct. 11,1932
25,000 . . — d o
40,000 Oct. 12,1932
25,000 Oct. 18,1932
50,000
do
25,000 Oct. 20,1932
25,000
do
125,000 Oct. 22,1932
25,000 .
do
100,000 Oct. 24,1932
300,000 . . — d o
100,000 Oct. 25,1932
250,000
do
400,000 Oct. 27,1932
25,000 Oct. 28,1932
126,305,085
115, 442, 585
" 10,862, 500
50, 505, 585

1
Receiver appointed to levy and collect stock assessment covering deficiency in value of assets sold, or to
complete unfinished liquidation.
2
Restored to solvency.
3
Including dividends paid through or by purchasing bank.
4
Dividends paid through or by purchasing bank.
5
79.5 per cent paid assenting creditors and 100 per cent paid nonassenting creditors in accordance with
agreements.
6
113.15 per cent principal and interest in full paid unsecured creditors and 91.97 per cent paid secured
creditors, 30 per cent thereof having been paid by comptroller's checks and the balance by purchasing bank.
7
Principal and interest paid in lull.




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269

1939, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources including offsets
indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October SI, 1932—Continued
Progress of liquidation
to date of this report

Book value of assets at date of
failure
Additional

Estimated Estimated Estimated
worthless
doubtful
good

assets
received
since
date of
failure

Total
assessment Total assets
upon
and stock
shareassessment
holders

$600,000
40,000
60,000
35,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000

$600,000
199,724
394,768
346,063
565,401
920, 524
242,834
313,515
816,485

61,277

50,000

909,182

47,103
1,334

25,000
30,000
800,000
50, 000

Cash collections
from
stock
assessment

2119
$660 2120
400 2121
2122
2123
2124
2125
2126
2127
2128
2129
2130

211,193
174,718
800,000
197,016
180,812
315,469
169,136
107,296

$46,786
113,344
101,431
122,020
129,481
78,637
58,150
68,667

$96,572
155,528
167,693
384,855
564,869
90,913
191,640
505,930

$6,817
63,412
40,717
8,526
126,174
23,284
59,884
191,888

156,328

641,577

41,442
19,216

97,648
124,168

704
50,557
29,939
32,606
28,658

71,144
112,254
285, 530
105, 332
70,573

75,168
18,001

78,455
27,110
7,672
35,867
58,486

285, 646
28,927
269,840
193,410
167,993

15,300
11,081
246,275
27,564
18,855

165,955

139,143

48,883

33,368
171,091
2,344

96,730
373,854
27,376
45,975
188,283

44,217
19,236
31,127

$9,549
2,484
1,222

31,198
8,065

107,854

Cash collections
from
assets

3,841

25,000
200,000
30,000

$20,107
16, 279
26,893

27,204

379,401
92,118
723,787
256,841
275,334

353,981

50, 000
25, 000

15,780

100,000

174,315
564,181
110,847
70,975
311,917

100,000

426,401, 289 598,921,173 134, 527,650

2147
2148
2149
2150
2151
2152
2153
2154
2155
2156
2157
2158
2159
2160
2161
2162
2163
2164
2165
2166

77,374, 905 112, 670, 085 1, 349, 895,102 465, 584,995 40,355,623

395,880,259 571,550,849 123,194,151
30, 521,030 27,370,324 11,333,499
114,560,476 233,730,900 39,051,706

2132
2133
2134
2135
2136
2137
2138
2139
2140
2141
2142
2143
2144
2145

68, 410,891 106,972,585 1,266,008, 735 419,804,766 37,315,909
5,697, 500
83,886, 367 45,780,229 3,039,714
8,964,014
19,263,319 42,915,585
449,521,986 94,731,642 8,270,919

8
103 per cent principal and interest in full paid nonassenting creditors by comptroller's checks and 100
per cent paid assenting creditors by purchasing bank, in accordance with agreements.
9
104.283 per cent principal and interest in full paid nonassenting creditors by comptroller's checks and
100 per cent paid assenting creditors by purchasing bank, in accordance with agreements.
10
102.5 per cent principal and interest in full paid nonassenting creditors by comptoller's checks and 100
per cent paid assenting creditors by purchasing bank, in accordance with agreements.
11
103.5 per cent principal and interest in full paid nonassenting creditors by comptroller's checks and 100
per cent paid assenting creditors by purchasing bank, in accordance with agreements.
12
Includes (25) receiverships restored to solvency with capital of $3,675,000.




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TABLE NO. 43.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
allowed together with the disposition of such collections, and various other data
Progress of liquidation to date of this report—Continued

Unpaid
balance
K. F . C.
loan

2119
2120
2121
2122
2123
2124
2125
2126
2127
2128
2129
2130
2131
2132
2133
2134
2135
2136
2137
2138
2139
2140
2141
2142
2143
2144
2145
2146
2147
2148
2149
2150
2151
2152
2153
2154
2155
2156
2157
2158
2159
2160
2161
2162
2163
2164
2165
2166

Offsets
allowed
and
settled

Disposition of proceeds of liquidation

Book
Total collecBook value of
Loss on
tions from
value of assets
Book
all sources, assets comDiviremainpounded
value of
reincluding
dends
or sold
remaining ing uncol- turned paid on
offsets alunder
uncoliected iected
lowed and
to
secured
order of
stock as- shareunpai'l
assets
claims
court
balac ;e
sessment holders5
R.F.C.loan
agents

$2,683
3,998
1,092

4,505

$136,934
314, 491
283, 078
515, 401
820, 524
192, 834
281, 806
766, 485

$23, 450
20, 677
27, 985

31, 709
i

Dividends
paid on
unsecured
claims

$600, 000
39, 340
59, 600
35,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000

859,182

50,000

186,193
144,718

25,000
30,000
800, 000
50,000

147,016
180, 812
315, 469
169,136
107,296
379,401
67,118
523, 787
256,841
245, 334

25,000
200,000
30,000

353,981
174, 315
564,181
60, 847
45,975
311,917

i

50,000
25,000

j

|

!

i

i

100, 000

$11,660,513 63, 894,670 581, 495, 701 $96,441,673 611,213,368 72, 314,462 $90,411 $9,975,320 $234, 287, 217
11,660,513 58,967, 041 527,748, 229 69,050,975 611,213,368 69,656,676
2,657,786
4,927,529 53,747,472 27,390,698
2,990,590 13,826,855 119,820,006 13,080,036 284,967,868 34,644,666




8,877,073 203,017,781
90,411 1,098,247 31, 269, 436
1,454,765 21,078,195

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271

1982, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assess?nentsf amounts collected from all sources including offsets
indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31, 1932—Continued
Disposition of proceeds of liquidation—Continued
Secured and
preferred
liabilities Cash adpaid except vanced in
protecthrough
tion of
dividends
assets
including
offsets
allowed
$13,259
11,670
20,036

$715
1,130
1,793

1,475

$52,691

$9,476
7,877
6,156

4,505

Divi- Interest
dividends dends
(per
(per
cent)
cent)

Amount Amount
returned of claims
to share- proved
holders
in cash

Cash in
Receivers' sal- hands of
ary, legal comptroland other ler and
expenses receivers

25,729

91,604

1

I

I
I

|

i

i
i

260,388,139 $5,964, 715 21, 503, 767 48, 573, 629 $802,914 583, 240, 576
243,665,461 5,152,141 18, 462,144 48, 573, 629
812, 574 3,041, 623
16, 722,678
68, 368,027
516,416 2, 598, 443 25, 804,160




802, 914

536,174, 402
47, 072,174
104,312,687

Date finally
closed or
restored to
solvency

2119
2120
2121
2122
2123
2124
2125
2126
2127
2128
2129
2130
2131
2132
2133
2134
2135
2136
2137
2138
2139
2140
2141
2142
2143
2144
2145
2146
2147
2148
2149
2150
2151
2152
2153
2154
2155
2156
2157
2158
2159
2160
2161
2162
2163
2164
2165
2166

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TABLE MO. 43-A.—State banks under supervision of Comptroller of the Currency,
appointment of receivers, and final closing, with nominal amounts of total assets
and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources including offsets allowed
the progress or results of liquidation to October 31, 1932

Date of
organization

Name and location of banks

l-a
2-a
3-a
4-a

International Exchange Bank, Washington, D. C
North Capital Savings Bank, Washington, D. C
Bank of Brightwood, Washington, D. C__
Departmental Bank, Washington, D. C_
_

June
Sept.
Apr.
Aug.

30,1921
3,1912
26,1922
24,1920

Capital
stock at
date of
failure

$116,830
90, 000
100,000
106, 060

Date receiver
appointed

July
July
July
July

14,1932
14,1932
16,1932
22,1932

412, 890
Progress of liquidation to date of this report—Continued

Unpaid
balance
R. F. C.
loan

1-1

2-a
3-a
4-a

Offsets
allowed
and
settled

$9,862
49,740
59, 826
2,898
122, 326




Total collections
Loss on
from all assets comsources, pounded
including
or sold
offsets alunder
lowed and order of
unpaid
court
bala ace
R.F.C. loan

Book
value of
remaining
uncollected assets

(Disposition of proceeds
of liquidation

Book
Book
value of value of Diviremaining assets
dends
reuncol- turned paid on
lected
secured
to
stock as- sharesessment holders' claims
agents

$54,351 !
.
208, 263
189, 378
172, 248

$652, 814
1,105, 392
824, 527
949, 607

$116, 830
90,000
100, 000
106, 060

624, 240

3, 532, 340

412, 890

Dividends
paid on
unsecured
claims

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in charge of receivers during year ended October 81, 1932, dates of organization,
at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto, capital stock
together with the disposition of such collections, and various other data indicating
Progress of liquidation to
date of this report

Book value of assets at date of failure
Additional
assets
Total
Total
received assessment assets and
since
upon sharestock
date of
holders
assessment

Cash
Cash
collections
collections
from
from
stock
assets
assessment

Estimated
good

Estimated
doubtful

Estimated
worthless

$166, 111
409, 535
442, 330
805, 820

$426, 556
344, 855
379, 920
247, 267

$110, 368
476, 838
133, 574
65, 780

$4,130
82, 427
58, 081
2,988

$116, 830
90, 000
100, 000
106, 060

$823, 995
1, 403, 655
1,113, 905
1, 227, 915

$44, 489
158, 523
129, 552
169 350

1, 823, 796

1, 398, 598

786, 560

147. 626

412, 890

4, 569. 470

501 914

1-R
2-a
3-^
4-a

Disposition of proceeds of liquidation—Continued
Secured and
preferred
liabilities
paid, except
through
dividends,
including

Receivers' Cash in
Cash
hands of
advanced salary,
legal, comptrolin protection and other ler and
of assets expenses receivers

Amount Amount of
returned
to shareholders
in cash

Dividends
(per
cent)

Tn

tirLl
*\lf
(per

Date

finall

y

closed to
restoredor
solvency

allowed
$17 621
128 608
85 513
46, 295

$187
1 441
1, 805

$4, 377
4 471
3,508
4,911

$32 166
73 743
98, 552
121, 042

$335,088

278, 037

3, 433

17, 267

325, 503

335, 088




1-a
2-a
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TABLE NO. 44.—National banks restored to solvency after having been placed in
charge of receivers—Continued
Title and location of bank
1498
1499
1504
1703
1706
1710
1713
1716
1719
1745
1751
1768
1791
1816
1817
1829
1838
1865
1894
1895
1904
1914
1920
1932
1941
1952
1953
1965

First National Bank, Green Forest, Ark
First National Bank, Holly Grove, Ark
First National Bank, Dardanelle, Ark
First National Bank, Rich wood, W. Va
First National Bank, Fleischmanns, N. Y
San Angelo National Bank, San Angelo, Tex
Ashland National Bank, Ashland, Ky
First National Bank, Newton, Iowa
National Exchange Bank, Weston, W. Va
First National Bank, Fennimore, Wis
First National Bank & Trust Co., Merchant ville, N. J_.
First National Bank, Lake Village, Ark
First National Bank, Golconda, 111
First National Bank, Luray, Va
Citizens National Bank, New Lexington, Ohio
First National Bank, Bay City, Mich
First National Bank, Parkersburg, W. Va
T
Curwensville National Bank, Curwensville, Pa
Portland National Bank, Portland, Pa
Peoples National Bank, Laurel, DelFirst National Bank, Ripley, W. Va
Central National Bank, Mount Union, Pa_
First National Bank, Henderson, N. C
First National Bank, Bradley Beach, N. J_.
First National Bank, Danvers, 111
First National Bank, Oconomowoc, Wis
First National Bank, Abbeville, La
First National Bank, Wilson, N. C

Receiver
appointed
Jan. 21,1931
Jan. 22,1931
Jan. 26,1931
Oct. 5,1931
do
Oct.
6,1931
Oct.
7,1931
Oct.
8,1931
Oct.
9,1931
Oct. 16,1931
Oct. 19,1931
Oct. 23,1931
Nov. 5,1931
Nov. 30,1931
do.
Dec. 7,1931
Dec. 9,1931
Dec. 23,1931
Jan. 18,1932
.do.
Jan. 19,1932
Jan. 21,1932
Jan. 23,1932
Jan. 27,1932
Feb. 2,1932
Feb. 4,1932
Feb. 5,1932

Feb. 11,1932

Total, 109 banks..

Capital
stock
$25, 000
25, 000
25,000
40, 000
25,000
300, 000
800, 000
100,000
150,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
30, 000
75,000
400, 000
500, 000
100,000
50,000
100, 000
70,000
60,000
200,000
50, 000
25,000
100, 000
50,000
200,000
17, 230, 000

TABLE N O . 44—A.—National banks restored to solvency which subsequently became
insolvent
Title and location of bank
271
291
304
386
575
661
736
840
876
1048
1110
1310
1317
1442
1446
1455
1851
2022
2133

Citizens National Bank, Spokane Falls, Wash.1
First National Bank, Port Angeles, Wash.i
First National Bank, Orlando, Fla.i
First National Bank, Arkansas City, Kans.1
Ben Hill National Bank, Fitzgerald,1 Ga. 12
First National Bank, Lawton, Okla.1
First National Bank, Poplar, Mont.
State National Bank, Carlsbad, N. Mex.i
First National Bank, Mohall, N. Dak.i
First National Bank, Ackerman, Miss.*
Farmers and Merchants National Bank, 1
Mount Morris, Pa.l_
Farmers National Bank, Red Oak, Iowa 1
First National Bank, Tower City, N. Dak.
First National Bank, Walhalla, N. Dak.1
First National Bank, Sioux City, Iowa 11
Fanners National Bank, Laurens, S. 1C.
First National Bank, Warsaw, N. C. 1
First National Bank, Lafayette, Colo.
Ashland National Bank, Ashland, Ky.1

Receiver
appointed
Dec. 13,1894
Apr. .26,1895
Nov. 29.1895
:
Oct. 19,1899
Mar. 6,1916
Nov. :
18,1922
Dec. 17,1923
Aug. 25.1924
Jan. 22,1925
Nov. 12,1926
Feb. 21,1927
Oct. 14,1929
Dec. 10,1929
Dec. 5,1930
Dec. 8,1930
Dec. 16,1930
Dec. 17,1931
May 9,1932
Sept. :22,1932

Total, 19 banks..
1

Second failure.




Capital
stock
$150, 000
50,000
85,000
100, COO
50,000
200,000
25,000
75,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
60,000
25,000
25,000
1, 000, 000
50,000
50, 000
25,000
800,000
2,845, 000

• Formerly "Third National Bank."

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TABLE NO. 44.—National banks restored to solvency after having been placed in
charge of receivers
Title and location of bank
111
163
200
203
208
209
215
220
223
224
232
233
242
300
318
343
374
401
403
416
417
418
473
498
507
629
639
644
560
553
555
556
561
662
566
572
584
595
604
608
609
622
627
631
636
637
639
641
647
690
705
712
730
750
786
790
792
793
826
828
900
940
953
956
1056
1086
1118
1143
1163
1233
1271
1301
1311
1315
1377
1378
1408
1464
1482
1483
1485

Abington National Bank, Aldington, Mass
Farley National Bank, Montgomery, Ala
First National Bank, Arkansas City, Kans
City National Bank, Brown wood, Tex
Citizens National Bank, Spokane Falls, Wash
First National Bank, Philips burg, Mont
_.
Bozeman National Bank, Bozeman, Mont
Montana National Bank, Helena, Mont
First National Bank, Great Falls, Mont
First National Bank, Kankakee, HI
First National Bank, Orlando, Fla_ _
Citizens National Bank, Miincie, Ind
First National Bank, Port; Angeles, Wash
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
BOliver National Bank, Boliver, Pa
Federal National Bank, Pittsburgh, Pa
First National Bank, Allegheny, Pa
First National Bank, Brooklyn, N . Y
Union National Bank, Sommerville, Pa
First National Bank, Burnside, Ky
First-Second National Bank, Pittsburgh, Pa
Marion National Bank, Marion, Kans
First National Bank, Gallatin, Tenn
American National Bank, Pensacola, Fla
First National Bank,, Islip, N . Y
Farmers & Merchants National Bank, Mount Morris, Pa
Union National Bank, Providence, Ky
First National Bank, Perry, Ark
Third National Bank, Fitzgerald, Ga
Wharton National Bank, Wharton, Tex
First National Bank, Casselton, N . Dak
First National Bank, Daytona, Fla
First National Bank, Killeen, 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
National Bank of Hastings, Hastings, Okla
First National Bank, Mohall, N . Dak
First National Bank, Aekerman, 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 . Dak
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
City National Bank, McAlester, Okla
First National Bank, Volant, Pa
First National Bank, Libby, Mont
Farmers National Bank, Laurens, S. C
First National Bank, Hardin, Mont
First National Bank, Steele, N . Dak
First National Bank, Granger, Tex
First National Bank, Warsaw, N . C
Stockmens National Bank, Nampa, Idaho
First National Bank, Hawarden, Iowa
First National Bank, Fort Branch, Ind
National Bank of Ainsworth, Ainsworth, Nebr
First National Bank, Winter Garden, Fla_.
Taylorville National Bank, Taylorville, 111
_
First National Bank, Claxton, Ga
Brotherhood of Railway Clerks National Bank, Cincinnati. Ohio
First National Bank, Kimball, W. Va
Hartford National Bank, Hartford, Kans
First National Bank, Gastonia, N . C
First National Bank in Harrison, Ark
First National Bank, Ayden, N . C
First National Bank, Eureka Springs, Ark




Receiver
appointed
Aug. 3,1886
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. 16,1908
Sept. 17,1909
July 7,1913
Jan. 12,1914
Mar. 25,1914
Sept. 2,1914
Dec. 30,1914
Feb. 4,1915
Feb. 12,1915
May 17,1915
June 3,1915
July 29,1915
Dec. 6,1915
Apr. 16,1917
Nov. 16,1920
Feb. 16,1921
Mar. 19,1921
Mar. 25,1921
Aug. 25,1921
Sept. 16,1921
Nov. 9,1921
Dec. 12,1921
Dec. 22,1921
Jan. 4,1922
Jan. 12,1922
Feb. 20,1922
June 20,1923
Oct. 2,1923
Nov. 7,1923
Nov. 28,1923
Jan. 28,1924
Mar. 21,1924
Mar. 24,1924
Mar. 27,1924
.do
June 23,1924
June 24,1924
Mar. 7,1925
Oct. 6,1925
Nov. 21,1925
Nov. 27,1925
Nov. 23,1926
Jan. 12,1927
Mar. 17,1927
May 27,1927
Sept. 15,1927
Oct. 6,1928
Feb. 27,1929
July 25,1929
Oct. 18,1929
Dec. 7,1929
June 26,1930
do
Oct.
Dec.
Dec.
Jan.
Jan.

11,1930
20,1930
30,1930
2,1931
6,1931

Capital
stock
$150,000
100,000
125,000
150,000
150,000
50,000
50, 000
500,000
250,000
50, 000
150,000
200,000
50,000
300,000
500,000
100,000
250,000
500,000
100,000
30,000
2,000,000
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
25,000
25,000
100,000
50,000
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
65,000
25,000
35,000
50,000
75,000
50,000
25,000
35, 000
50,000
150, 000
50,000
400,000
25,000
25,000
500, 00C
25,00C
75,00C
50.0CK

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TABLE NO. 45.—Dividends paid to creditors of insolvent national banks during the
year ended October 81, 1982

Name and location of bank

Date of appointment of
receiver

Dividends paid during Total
the year
per cent
of dividends
paid to
Amount
Per cent creditors

First National Bank, Abercrombie, N. Dak
June 30,1925
First National Bank, Aberdeen,, Wash
Dec. 11,1931
First National Bank, Ada, Minn
Feb. 10,1926
Peoples National Bank, Adena, Ohio
Apr. 13,1929
New Georgia National Bank, Albany, Ga
Jan. 4,1928
Citizens National Bank, Albert Lea, Minn
Feb. 18,1927
The National Bank, Albion, 111
Oct. 29,1931
Farmers and Merchants National Bank, Alcester, S.
Dak
May 17,1927
Alderson National Bank, Alderson, W. Va
Sept. 28,1931
First National Bank in Alexandria, S. Dak
Sept. 11.1931
First National Bank, Alexis, 111
Mar. 15.1932
First National Bank, Alta, Iowa
Dec. 3,1926
Second National Bank, Altoona, Pa
Apr. 16.1931
First National Bank, Altus, Okla
Sept. 26,1930
First National Bank, Ambia, Ind
First National Bank, Ambrose, N . Dak
Anamosa National Bank, Anamosa, Iowa
First National Bank, Anawalt, W. Va
First National Bank, Aneta, N . Dak
Anoka National Bank, Anoka, Minn
First National Bank, Arcadia, Fla
First National Bank, Arcadia, Ind
American National Bank, AshevOe, N . C
Astoria National Bank, Astoria, Oreg
Georgia National Bank, Athens, Ga
First National Bank, Auburn, Nebr
First National Bank, Auburn, Wash
First National Bank, Auburndale, Fla
First National Bank, Augusta, 111
Lincoln National Bank, Avella, Pa
First National Bank, Avon Park, Fla
First National Bank, Avoca, Minn
First National Bank, Ayrshire, Iowa
First National Bank, Bagley, Iowa
First National Bank, Baldwin Park, Calif
First National Bank, Bancroft, Idaho
First National Bank, Barnsdall, Okla
Central National Bank, Bartlesville, Okla
Polk County National Bank in Bartow, Fla
First National Bank, Beaverdale, Pa
First National Bank, Beggs, Okla
First National Bank, Belington, W. Va
First National Bank, Belle Fourche, S. Dak
First National Bank, Bend, Oreg
First National Bank, Belle Plaine, Iowa
First National Bank, Benson, N . C
First National Bank, Benton, 111
First National Bank, Benson, Pa
American National Bank and Trust Co., Benton
Harbor, Mich
Benton County National Bank, Bentonville, Ark
First National Bank, Berwyn, Okla
City National Bank, Bessemer, Ala
American National Bank, Billings, Mont
Billings National Bank, Billings, Okla
First National Bank, Bishop, Calif
First National Bank, Bishop, Tex
First National Bank, Biwabik, Minn
First National Bank, Bixby, Okla
Peoples National Bank, Blairstown, N . J
First National Bank, Blissfield, Mich
First National Bank, Blockton, Iowa
Blossom National Bank, Blossom, Tex
First National Bank, Blythe, Calif
First National Bank, Blytheville,, Ark
First National Bank, Bode,, Iowa
First National Bank, Boise City, Okla
Boston Continental National Bank, Boston, Mass
Federal National Bank, Boston, Mass
Bottineau National Bank, Bottineau, N . Dak
_
_
Security National Bank, Bowie, Tex
First National Bank, Bowerstoa, Ohio
First National Bank, Boyne City, Mich
First National Bank, Brandt, S. Dak
First National Bank, Brantley, Ala
2

$11,648.14
131,259.43
36,778.15
23,436.49
321.13
48,871.13
86,512.15

Apr.
Feb.
Jan.
Oct.
June
Jan.
Jan.
July
Nov.
Feb.
Apr.
Oct.
Oct.
May
Dec.
Mar.
Feb.
May
Aug.
July
Oct.
Aug.
June
Mar.
June
July
July
Oct.
Nov.
Apr.
Mar.
Dec.
Dec.
Mar.

21.1930
24.1928
17.1925
13.1931
28,1930
15.1929
23.1930
7,1931
18.1929
5,1928
12.1930
3,1931
22.1931
20,1931
22.1926
29.1930
28.1929
28.1931
9,1931
13,1931
6,1931
29.1927
3,1927
11.1928
2,1930
28,1927

17,987.83
182,518. 50
58,148. 36
19,404. 94
24,033. 54
427,765.68
38,059.88
1,989. 74
9.07
195,044. 91
61,614. 27
25, 752. 08
99, 583. 22
28,807. 51
12,828.18
362,399. 21
1,002. 37
43, 778.17
72,519. 21
132,926. 91
14,209. 75
67,158. 24
40,864. 91
15, 796. 62
21,584. 32
8,091. 85
51,122. 75
41,240. 30
25,883. 65
17,848. 39
1,128.17
60,912. 30
180,898.23
21,671. 37
93,280. 89
87,904.12
41,428.24
56,249. 41
10,804.76
74,584. 36
26,230. 92

Dec.
Dec.
Nov.
Jan.
Sept.
Oct.
Aug.
Oct.
May
Feb.
Oct.
July
Oct.
Mar.
Aug.
Nov.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.
Dec.
June
Oct.
June
Aug<
Apr.
Feb.

29,1931
16.1930
6.1930
12.1931
23,1922
17.1930
15,1927
15.1931
10,1927
20.1929
29,1931
3.1931
22,1931
17,1931
12,1931
6,1931
1,1931
25,1924
22.1931
15,1931
23,1931
6,1931
11.1930
7,1931
27.1931
17,1930

375,465.26
117,363. 04
5,178. 69
6, 785. 08
724.00
15,381. 36
62,313. 44
15,137.87
5,819.14
10,593. 23
238,677.12
206,955. 38
29,338. 74
6,825. 35
11,738. 51
45,450.97
22,136. 44
6,587. 09
925,032. 52
1,698,340. 09
27,160. 87
32,652. 74
7,885.11
192,505.12
24,348. 23
9,879.48

5,1921
20.1930
27.1932
15.1931
3,1929
27.1931
26.1932

Including dividend percentage paid through or by purchasing bank.




5.2
10
8.8
5
5
20
5
40
20
39
.058
23
14
2.1
35
40
15
19
8.33
8
21
4
35
23
5
25
5
5
11.2
7
43
22
47.5
7.7
6.5
38
30
30
16.66
4
7.41
10
12.25
25
15
30
7
5
15
2.4
9
66.66
36
27
10
7
33.33
27
7.3
20
10
10
20
30
45
30

65.2
10
53.8
55
35
75
20
75
40
20
39
65.058
48
49
52.1
15
35
40
40
49
8.33
88
41
60
2
100
35
53
15
50
20
25
76.2
42
43
22
47.5
52.7
90
16.5
38
30
30
16.66
44
52.41
50
10
57.25
25
15
30
25
20
67
60
15
67.4
69
66.66
36
27
35
7
33.33
27
52.3
20
10
10
20
100
45
30
53

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277

TABLE NO. 45.—Dividends paid to creditors of insolvent national banks during the
year ended October 81, 1932—Continued

Name and location of bank

Date of appointment of
receiver

Dividends paid during Total
per cent
the year
of dividends
paid to
Amount
Per cent creditors

Farmers National Bank, Bridgowater, S. Dak
Aug. 24,1931
$49,537.68 24
24
First National Bank, Brighton, Colo
Dec. 2,1931
21
43,181.96 21
Feb. 11,1932
First National Bank in Brockway, Pa
8.5
8.5
50,894.21
First National Bank, Brockway, Pa
do
23
23,657.33 23
First National Bank, Brookfield, Mo
Jan. 22,1931
55
36,457.95 20
First National Bank, Brookhaven, Miss
Jan. 13,1931
26
177,303.45 26
Farmer's National Bank, Brookings, S. Dak
Dec. 3,1926
73
15,591.9G
47,957.99
15
Oct. 31,1930
Peoples National Bank, Brookneal, Va
30
Apr. 16,1931
Monongahela National Bank, Brownsville, Pa
25
978,290.15 25
Nov. 30,1931
Second National Bank, Brownsville, Pa
20
36,913.20 20
Oct. 16,1931
First National Bank, Brunswick, Mo
10
10
25,802.36
Feb. 20,1929
First National Bank, Brunson, S. C
3.77
2,727.65
3.77
Dec. 23,1931
First National Bank, Brushton, N. Y
50
367,454.11 50
Oct. 30,1931
First National Bank, Buchanan, Mich
45
195,745.40 45
Nov. 6,1931
First National Bank, Buena Vista, Colo
95
67,217.27 95
Oct. 17,1925
First National Bank, Buffalo, Minn
72.07
12,865.86
2.07
1
Dec. 24,1931
First National Bank, Burlington, N. C
103. 5
186,889.01 103.5
May 14,1925
Burgettstown National Bank, Burgettstown, Pa
70
2,286.37
Jan. 11,1932
Peoples National Bank, Burgettstown, Pa
68,535.78 60
60
Dec. 2,1930
Merchants National Bank, Burlington, Iowa
5
15
21,860.74
Jan. 22,1930
First National Bank, Burlington Junction, Mo
25
86,610. 22 25
Sept. 5,1930
First National Bank, Burt, Iowa_
51.5
6.5
19,925. 66
Apr. 18,1931
Noble County National Bank, Caldwell, Ohio
35
16,080. 75 35
Jan.
8,1932
First National Bank, Cambridge, 111
7.5
7.5
14,054.25
June 29,1932
Guernsey National Bank, Cambridge, Ohio
35
18,061.41 35
May 22,1926
First National Bank, Cambridge, Iowa
26.57
24,478.80
6.57
Nov. 24,1930
Fiist National Bank, Campbell, Mo
12
16,426,61 12
Feb. 6,1926
Cando National Bank, Cando, N. Dak
36
6
15,617.78
Farmers and Merchants National Bank, Cannon
Falls, Minn
Dec. 17,1925
10,103.89
3.2
43.2
Oct. 12,1931
First National Bank, Carey, Ohio
73.33
134,625.84 73.33
May 14,1924
First National Bank, Carlsbad, N. Mex
95
35
16,375.68
Oct. 29,1931
First National Bank, Cardington, Ohio
50
95,609.20 50
Oct. 10,1931
First National Bank, Carterville, 111
20
50,046.45 20
Dec. 18,1930
First National Bank, Caruthersville, Mo.
48
169,573.32 48
Dec. 10,1928
Cass County National Bank, Casselton, N. Dak
70
5
12,460.86
Mar. 19,1931
First National Bank, Champlain, N. Y
62.5
399,747.05 32.5
Nov. 12,1930
First National Bank, Charleston, 111
78.42
8,205.45
8.42
Dec. 8,1930
First National Bank, Charlotte, N. C
14
31
203,536.88
Oct. 13,1931
First National Bank, Chase City, Va
20
113,159.16 20
Mar. 8,1930
Commercial National Bank, Chatsworth, 111
45
15
43,697.64
June 12,1930
First National Bank, Cheboygan, Mich
85
10
134,098.66
Dec. 1,1927
First National Bank, Checotah, Okla
70
144.00
Mar. 17,1930
Security National Bank, Cherokee, Iowa
10
13,941.07
35
Feb. 17,1932
First National Bank, Cherokee, Kans
39,356.21 35
Montgomery County National Bank, Cherryvale,
12
Kans
_
18,150.19
May 7,1931
12
Albany Park National Bank and Trust Co., Chicago,
627,044. 72 43
May 19,1931
111
43
Austin National Bank, Chicago, I1L__
Apr.
6,1931
40
379,959.72 20
Calumet National Bank, Chicago, IU__
Oct.
7,1931
20
418,213. 50 20
Inland-Irving National Bank, Chicago, 111
June 9,1931 1,085,195.15 30
30
Lawrence Avenue National Bank, Chicago, 111
Jan.
9,1931
27
73,405.01 12
Ogden National Bank, Chicago, 111
Oct.
1,1931
25
106,029. 34 25
Rogers Park National Bank, Chicago, 111
Sept. 24,1931
20
164,345. 72 20
South Ashland National Bank, Chicago, 111
June 27 1932
60
47,744.26 60
Standard National Bank, Chicago, 111
June 25,1932
40
52,837.40 40
Washington Park National Bank, Chicago, 111
June 9,1931 3,003, 266. 25 45
45
West Side Atlas National Bank, Chicago, 111
Oct. 16,1931
206,098.11 16.66
16.66
First National Bank, Chillicothe, Mo
16
June 22,1931
16
132,640.68
First National Bank, Christopher, 111
Dec. 7,1931
15
39,202.15 15
Planters National Bank, Clarksdale, Miss
Jan. 26,1931
10
25
119,640.64
First National Bank, Clarksville, Ark
5
Nov. 18,1929
40
22,030.93
Clinton National Bank, Clinton, Mo
Feb. 10,1931
40
139,830.21 40
Peoples National Bank, Clinton, Mo
Feb. 2,1932
47
102, 504.08 47
First National Bank, Clinton, S. C
Jan. 27,1931
60
24,455. 21 10
Clymer National Bank, Clymer, Pa
Aug. 22,1930
50
90,179.37 15
2
87. 5
First-Exchange National Bank, Coeur D'Alene, Idaho Jan. 19,1929
6,062. 44
First National Bank, Coin, Iowa
Sept. 8,1931
31,655.59 35
35
First National Bank, Coleridge, Nebr
Jan. 12,1929
90
5
7,119. 36
First National Bank, Colony, Kans
Aug. 14,1931
10
11,275. 59 10
First National Bank, Columbia City, Ind
Mar. 31,1927
65
5
48,435. 29
Columbus National Bank, Columbus, Ohio
Aug. 11,1931
37.5
189,065.25 37.5
Citizens National Bank, Commerce, Tex
Jan. 20,1927
80.6
5.6
3, 597. 99
60
Citizens National Bank, Connellsville, Pa
July 31,1930
10
227, 256. 55
2
Including dividend percentage paid through or by purchasing bank.
3
103.5 per cent principal and interest in full paid nonassenting creditors by comptroller's checks and 100
per cent paid assenting creditors by purchasing bank, in accordance with agreements.




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TABLE NO. 45.—Dividends paid to creditors of insolvent national banks during the
year ended October 31, 1982—Continued

Name and location of bank

First National Bank, Connells\ille, Pa
Union National Bank, Connellsville, Pa
First National Bank, Connersville, Ind
Coolville National Bank, Coolville, Ohio
First National Bank, Corinth, Miss
Corinth National Bank, Corinth, N. Y
First National Bank, Cowen, W. Va
First National Bank, Craig, Colo
First National Bank, Crandon, Wis
First National Bank, Crary, N.Dak
Creighton National Bank, Creigh ton, Nebr
First National Bank, Crestline, Ohio
Merchants National Bank, Crookston, Minn
__.
First National Bank, Culver City, Calif
First National Bank, Cumberland, Iowa
First National Bank, Custer City, S. Dak
First National Bank, Dawson, Minn
American National Bank, Dayton, Tenn.__
First National Bank, Dearborn, Mich
First National Bank, Deer Creek, Minn
First National Bank, Deer Trail, Colo
The National Bank, Defiance, Ohio
First National Bank, De Land, Fla
Peoples National Bank, Delmont, Pa
First National Bank, Delta, Colo
Broadway National Bank, Denver, Colo
Globe National Bank, Denver, Colo
The National Bank, De Pere, Wis
De Smet National Bank, De Smet, S. Dak
First National Bank, Dexter, Mo
Dakota National Bank, Dickinson, N. Dak
Merchants and Planters National Bank, Dillwyn, Va.
First National Bank, Doon, Iowa
Dothan. National Bank, Dothan, Ala
First National Bank, Dougherty, Iowa
First National Bank, Downers Grove, 111
First National Bank, Dublin, Ga
First National Bank, Dunbar, Pa
First National Bank, Dunn, N. O
First National Bank, East Grand Forks, Minn
First National Bank, Edgeley, N. Dak.
First National Bank, Elgin, Nebr
Home National Bank, Elgin, 111
Elkin National Bank, Elkin, N. C
First National Bank, Eldorado, III
First National Bank, Elk Point, S. Dak
First National Bank, Elliott, Iowa
Central National Bank, Ellsworth, Kans
Citizens National Bank, Ellwood City, Pa
First National Bank, El Paso, Tex
The National Bank, Emmetsburg, Iowa__
First National Bank, Ennis, Tex..
First National Bank, Erie, 111..
_
First National Bank, Estherville, Iowa
Commercial National Bank, Essex, Iowa
First National Bank, Eudora, Ark
Commercial National Bank, Eufaula, Ala
East Alabama National Bank, Eufaula, Ala
First National Bank, Eureka, S. Dak
First National Bank, Excelsior Springs, Mo
First National Bank, Fairchanee, Pa
First National Bank, Fairchild, Wis__
First National Bank, Fairfax, Okla
Union National Bank, Fairmont, W. Va
First National Bank, Fairview, Mo
First National Bank, Fairview, W. Va
First National Bank, Farmer, S. Dak
John Weedman National Bank, Farmer City, 111
First National Bank, Farmersville, Tex
New First National Bank in Farmland, Ind
Fayette City National Bank, Fayette City, Pa
The National Bank of FayetteviDe, N. C
First National Bank, Federalsburg, Md
First National Bank, Florala, Ala
First National Bank in Florence, S. C
First National Bank, Floyd, Iowa
Floyd County National Bank, Floydada, Tex




Date cf appointment of
receiver

Feb. 12,1931
July 3,1930
Dec. 30,1930
Mar. 18,1931
Nov. 30,1931
Jan. 20,1932
Oct. 20,1931
Feb. 18,1932
May 29,1925
May 18,1931
Jan. 9,1932
Jan. 28,1931
Mar. 24,1924
Jan. 23,1932
July 22,1926
Nov. 17,1931
May 14,1931
Nov. 14,1931
July 3,1931
Dec. 2,1930
Oct. 13,1931
Sept. 10,1931
July 12,1929
June 18,1931
Sept. 25,1929
Jan. 16,1926
Oct. 1,1925
Feb. 16,1932
July 6,1926
"
Oct. -53, 1931
7,1924
Feb. 9,1931
Jan. 22,1931
Oct.
Jan. 30,1930
Dec. 14,1931
June 19,1931
Sept. 24,1928
Mar. 7,1927
Nov. 14,1928
July 28,1927
Jan. 31,1927
Nov. 3,1930
Jan. 20,1932
Jan. 26,1932
Aug. 6,1926
Dec. 16,1930
July 2,1931
Mar. 30,1931
Dec. 8,1931
Sept. 4,1931
Mar. 15,1929
Feb. 11,1930
Oct. 19,1931
Feb. 27,1926
May 5,1931
Sept. 12,1931
Oct. 27,1931
July 1,1929
Aug. 20,1920
Jan. 24,1925
Feb. 26,1931
Aug. 18,1931
Apr. 12,1932
Dec. 16,1930
Sept. 17,1930
Oct. 13,1931
Jan. 11,1932
Feb. 19,1932
Aug. 6,1930
June 25,1930
July 28,1927
Aug. 12,1927
July 9,1931
13,1930
Jan. 11,1932
Jan. 9,1931
Jan.
July 17,1931

Dividends paid during Total
the year
per cent
of dividends
paid to
Amount
Per cent creditors
$47,005. 21
33,108. 28
323, 462. 67
69, 552. 89
79,177.18
584, 238. 04
21, 681. 98
10, 873. 47
21, 399. 00
15, 589. 11
19, 739. 16
10, 633. 34
56,924. 43
88, 256. 07
11,010.03
33, 589. 56
36, 912. 01
43,800. 89
132, 212. 68
2,400. 00
16, 379. 47
204,194. 75
45, 653. 93
137,158. 69
45, 937. 62
1, 454. 45
4, 661. 41
110, 765. 21
7, 729. 39
29,832. 91
15,931. 97
25, 701.12
33, 402. 33
475. 14
25, 015. 21
289,924. 00
1, 257. 66
1,494.00
16,994. 04
34, 724. 99
12, 259. 40
8, 298. 61
370, 260. 84
33,977. 71
29,492. 02
25,907. 76
86,699. 93
183,062.94
141, 050. 03
1, 816,123. 31
63, 239.31
52,947. 91
175,963. 90
20,841. 29
43, 730. 35
18, 288. 15
50,131. 31
194. 32
32, 618. 45
5, 737.13
81,197. 58
33,902. 59
57,103. 76
297,943. 25
5,837. 30
155,073. 31
5,155. 61
125, 516. 25
15,000. 00
6,166. 84
i 302. 30
101,172. 46
132, 511. 68
30, 613. 51
126, 892. 08
25, 378. 34
27, 545. 83

20
5
31.66
24
7.5
40
40
10
6.3
22.5
18
20
4.2
20
7.48
24
20
9
25
10
30
20
5
45
9
20
22
9.1
16
23
12.5
37.5
8.1
8
5
10
50
8
9
15
64.5
24
25
30
10
13.33
36
6.2
27.5
13
30
4.07
2.22
25
26
30
36
10
55.83
10
40
30
5
7.5
62.5
10
24
16
9

20
55
65
44
7.5
40
40
10
41.3
22.5
18
90
77.2
20
57.48
24
20
9
25
70
30
40
25
45
49
74
60
20
57.43
22
54.1
46
23
40
12.5
37.5
15
83
53.1
73
95
70
50
8
49
35
64.5
49
25
30
55
73.33
36
46.2
77.5
13
30
20
59.07
62.22
45
26
30
36
40
55.83
10
40
60
50
23
32.5
62.5
50
24
66

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TABLE NO. 45.—Dividends paid to creditors of insolvent national banks during the
year ended October 81, 1982—Continued

Name and location of bank

First National Bank, Forman, N. Dak
First National Bank, Forsyth, Mont
First National Bank, Fort Mill, S. C
First National Bank, Fort Stockton, Tex
Texas National Bank, Fort Worth, Tex
First National Bank, Fountain, Colo
First National Bank, Fowler, Ind
The National Bank, Franklin, Tenn
First National Bank, Fredericktown, Ohio
First National Bank, Frederic, Wis
First National Bank in Fresno, Calif
First National Bank, Frisco, Tex
Front Eoyal National Bank, Front Royal, Va
First National Bank, Fulton, K y
First National Bank, Gaffney, S. C
Citizens National Bank, Galion, Ohio
The National Bank of Commerce, Garnett, Kans
First National Bank, Gary, Ind
The National Bank of America at Gary, Ind
Gary National Bank, Gary, W. Va
First National Bank, Gasport, N . Y
First National Bank, Genoa, N . Y
Qermantown National Bank, Germantown, N. Y
Trigg National Bank, Glasgow, Ky
Farmers National Bank, Glenwood City, Wis
The National Bank, Goldsboro, N . C
First National Bank, Goodwin, S. Dak
First National Bank, Goreville, 111
First National Bank, Graceville, Fla
Farmers National Bank, Granville, N . Y
Citizens National Bank, Great Bend, Kans
McCartney National Bank, Green Bay, Wis
Greenville National Bank, Greenville, Mich
Commercial National Bank, Greenville, Tex
First National Bank, Greenville, Tex
First National Bank, Greenwood, Miss
National Loan and Exchange Bank, Greenwood, S. C_
Gregory National Bank, Gregory, S. Dak
Griggsville National Bank, Griggsville, 111
Merchants National Bank, Grinnell, Iowa
First National Bank, Grundy, Va
First National Bank in Gulfport, Miss
First National Bank, Hagerstown, Md
First National Bank, Hamilton, 111
Hammond National Bank & Trust Co., Hammond,
Ind.
First National Bank, Hankinson, N . Dak
First National Bank, Harlem, Mont
First National Bank, Harrington, Wash
Hartington National Bank, Hartington, Nebr
First National Bank, Hartley, Iowa
First National Bank, Hartselle, Ala
First National Bank, Hartsville, S. C
First National Bank, Hartwell, Ga
First National Bank, Harvey, 111
First National Bank, Hastings, Nebr
Commercial National Bank, Hattiesburg, Miss
First National Bank, Hazard, Ky
First National Bank in Hazard, Ky
Interstate National Bank, Helena, Ark
Farmers National Bank, Hempstead, Tex
Citizens National Bank, Hendersonville, N. C
City National Bank, Herrin, 111
First National Bank, Hiawatha, Kans
Farmers National Bank, Hickory, Pa
First National Bank, Highland, Kans
First National Bank, Holton, Kans
Planters National Bank, Honey Grove, Tex
Citizens National Bank, Hope, Ind
Security National Bank, Hope, N . Dak
Hopedale National Bank, Hopedale, 111
Hopewell National Bank, Hopewell, Pa
First National Bank, Hoquiam, Wash
First National Bank, Horse Cave, Ky

Date of appointment of
receiver

Nov.
Dec.
Oct.
Oct.
Feb.
Aug.
June
Oct.
Dec.
Nov.
July
Dec.
Mar.
Dec.
Feb.
Aug.
Mar.
Jan.
Feb.
Oct.
Dec.
July
Jan.
Jan.
Aug.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Oct.
Jan.
Feb.
May
July
Apr.
Jan.
Dec.
May
Nov.
Jan.
Nov.
Dec.
Dec.
Oct.
Mar.
Jan.

24.1930
18.1923
1,1931
13.1931
4,1930
1.1930

Dividends paid during Total
per cent
the year
of dividends

Amount

2.1931
18,1926
30,1931
17,1931
7,1930
31,1928
19.1931
8,1930
17.1930
4.1930
25.1932
27,1932
10,1932
15.1931
30.1931
2.1931
22.1932
28,1932
22,1930
30,1930
17.1930
5.1930
27.1931
18.1932
20,1932
29,1931
21.1931
6,1925
11.1928
27,1930
16,1930
25,1925
26.1932
12.1924
13.1929
3.1931
5.1931
4.1932
18,1932

$22, 754. 22
12.50
38, 032. 58
38, 540. 65
299,173. 09
6,167. 35
114, 023. 24
32,138.13
45,442. 97
22,143. 25
216,110. 85
2, 532. 94
10, 533. 37
27, 807. 99
101, 710. 23
58, 776. 66
25, 753. 09
553, 468. 59
233,181. 46
120, 963. 72
37, 576. 21
100, 235. 97
49, 799. 85
100, 053. 94
12, 581. 35
31, 329. 54
17, 270.12
21, 732.11
30, 298. 90
361, 643. 25
72, 793. 02
1, 361, 841. 70
74, 621. 06
3, 656. 78
41.62
112, 490. 61
772 34
22, 016. 56
89, 905. 87
57, 645. 77
25, 497. 69
537,254.31
419, 756. 72
78,142.17
184, 653. 09

Sept. 28,1931
Jan. 21,1932
Aug. 6,1924
Nov. 13,1928
Mar. 22,1927
Feb. 16,1931
Jan. 16,1930
Mar. 8,1932
Feb. 1,1932
Oct. 13,1931
June 12,1931
Mar. 18,1930
do.
Jan. 3,1931
Feb. 7.1925
Nov. 28.1930
Oct. 22.1931
Jan. 28.1932
May 6.1931
Apr. 26,1932
May 23,1931
Dec. 6.1926
Feb. 15,1929
Mar. 13,1931
Feb. 2.1932
Dec. 3,1931
Nov. 6,1931
Dec. 9,1930

18, 759. 02
10, 348. 41
10, 978. 35
18, 726. 88
32, 047.11
141, 582.18
1, 548. 96
30, 691. 54
115, 428. 22
295, 877.16
160, 473. 37
1 20. 00
163, 551.61
328, 919.86
24,115.33
52, 044. 42
45, 571. 85
77, 321.63
222, 918.64
22,184.15
566 76
10,919! 16
48,105. 90
12, 920. 96
36, 761. 62
119,872.93
197, 202. 02
818.16

2 Including dividend percentage paid through or by purchasing bank.

147796°—33-




-19

paid to
Per cent creditors
15
15
10
7
10
40
5
30
7.5

8.33
5

19.4

20
8.5
5.5
10

32.5
36.66
25
30

62.5
13
20
6

12.5

7
30
25
25
30
70
33
.39
10
9
45

4.69
16.67

18
20
50
10
35
5

6.39
5

14.14

35

10.62

22

16.66
25
35
35
25

13.7
6

12.5

25
47
30

5.45
12.5

10
35

55
12

15
35.86
15
10
42
25
40
48
30
7.5
2 88. 33
55
34.4
70
78.5
48
10
32.5
36.66
25
30
62.5
13
20
36
27.5
7
50
25
25
30
70
33
65.39
60
30
20
29
45
19.69
31.67
18
20
50
10
15
5
71.39
60
74.14
35
95.62
22
16.66
25
35
18
35
50
88.7
6
12.5
25
47
30
20
80.45
72.5
10
35
55
12
65

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TABLE NO. 45.—Dividends paid to creditors of insolvent national banks during the
year ended October 31, 1932—Continued

Name and location of bank

Date of appointment of
receiver

Dividends paid during Total
the year
per cent
of dividends
paid to
Amount
Per cent creditors

Oct. 8,1930
Farmers National Bank, Howe, Tex
10
$6,106.10
35
Jan. 30,1930
First National Bank, Humphrey, Nebr
8
73
17,406.82
Walnut Park National Bank, Huntington Park, Calif. Jan. 11,1932
22
22
161,164. 79
Mar. 14,1924
First National Bank, Huron, S. Dak
21
79,865.88
5
Oct. 31,1930
Tug River National Bank, Iaeger, W. Va
11, 743. 20
13.83
26.83
Apr. 19,1930
State National Bank, Idabel, Okia
12, 750. 62
10
10
Dec. 23,1931
First National Bank, Idaho Springs, Colo
23, 489. 20
15
15
Mar. 13,1930
Commercial National Bank, Independence, Kans
2 76
27.59
Sept; 23,1931
Inkster National Bank, Inkster, Mich
45
45
102,233.07
Dec. 20,1930
66
Farmers National Bank, Inwood, Iowa
27,060. 59
16
Jan. 22,1932
40
First National Bank, Iowa City, Iowa
230, 904. 97
40
May 26,1931
65
Iron. National Bank, Ironwood, Mich
65
227, 450. 08
First National Bank, Irvona, Pa
June 2,1931
39, 563. 55
16. 66
16.66
First National Bank, Isanti, Minn
Oct. 16,1931
72, 377. 92
40
40
Dec. 7,1931
181,643. 67
Ithaca National Bank, Ithaca, Mich
37.5
37.5
Apr. 9,1931
53,643.41
First National Bank, Ivanhoe, Minn
30
30
Feb. 16,1931
First National Bank, Jackson, Miss
_
10
232, 466. 86
50
May 13,1930
First National Bank, Jasper, Fla
25, 538.61
17
27
July 12,1932
First National Bank, Jenkins, Ky
21
27, 730. 21
21
June 27,1931
Citizens National Bank, Jenkintown, Pa
43, 998. 27
10
10
July 15,1931
Will County National Bank, Joilet, 111
367, 901. 89
15
15
First National Bank, Junction City, Ark
Dec. 3,1930
72, 577.75
85
25
Kansas National Bank, Kansas, 111
Dec. 17,1930
70
30,916.88
15
Central National Bank, Kearney,, Nebr.
Sept. 30,1927
10, 541. 00
4.15
8.15
City National Bank in Kearney, Nebr.
_. May 14,1927
168,032. 98
10.85
50.85
City National Bank, Kearney, Nebr
do.
16,135. 25
15.47
15.47
First National Bank, Kelso, Wash
Dec. 29.1931
94, 799.65
31
31
Citizens National Bank, Kendall ville, Ind
Mar. 16.1932
40
156, 379. 35
40
First National Bank, Kerkhoven, Minn
Jan. 6,1931
25
17, 782. 38
75
Feb. 25.1930
American National Bank, Kewanna, Ind
35
43, 940. 78
85
Oct. 6,1931
32
First National Bank, Kewanee, III
32
308,182.88
Jan. 10,1929
20
First National Bank, Kingsbury, Tex
20
11,111.44
Dec. 24.1931
32.5
First National Bank, Kingston, Tenn
32.5
20, 064. 27
May 1,1931
65, 621. 37
First National Bank, Kinston, N. C
9
9
.do..
80, 302. 36
The National Bank, Kinston, N. C
10
10
Oct. 23,1931
728,673.13
Citizens National Bank, Kokomo, Ind
31.66
31.66
Dec. 26, 1930
11, 051. 05
First National Bank, Ladonia, Tex.
5
5
14, 987. 36
First National Bank, Lafayette, Colo
--. M a y 9,1932
20
20
Oct. 24,1927
53, 046.14
The National Bank, La Grange, Ind
10.5
90.5
Oct. 22,1931
First National Bank, Lake City, Iowa
108, 207.11
35
35
Farmers and Merchants National Bank, Lake City,
Oct. 18,1926
163. 04
S. C
50
Apr. 8,1927
7, 924. 63
First National Bank, Lake Mills, Iowa
2.26
42.26
Apr. 2,1927
First National Bank, Lake Worth, Fla
1,956. 51 - - - - - - .
40
First National Bank, Lakeland, Fia
May 15, 1929
121, 336. 63
2 32
First National Bank in Langdon, N. Dak
June 14, 1929
1,168. 89
10
First National Bank, La Pine, Ala
15
Mar. 3.1931
6,907. 82
35
The National Bank, Larimore, N. Dak
5
Mar. 5,1929
7, 253.16
55
40
Peoples National Bank, Latrobe, Pa
Aug. 24,1931
921, 844.06
40
Laurel National Bank, Laurel, Nebr__
__ May 14, 1927
31, 956.95
110. 69
Farmers National Bank, Laurens, S. C
__ Dec. 16,1930
-_
15
17, 321.18
15
First National Bank, Laurinburg, N. C
25
Dec. 23.1930
23, 546. 60
65
Farmers National Bank, Leechburg, Pa
40
Oct. 12.1931
215, 999. 96
40
First National Bank, Leeds, N. Dak
Dec. 1,1926
5
5, 751. 27
80
Aug. 17.1931
First National Bank, Lehigb, Iowa
55
120, 449. 42
55
Feb. 19.1932
35
First National Bank, Le Roy, 1 1
1
55,187. 34
35
Sept. 21.1926
Farmers National Bank in Lidgerwood, N. Dak
7.34
16, 610. 20
62.34
Old National City Bank, Lima, Ohio
Apr. 29, 1931
32.50
612,073.40
32.5
Limon National Bank, Limon, Colo
Sept. 16, 1931
25
7, 778, 65
25
First National Bank, Lindsborg, Kans
Oct. 31.1930
3.595
6, 270.18
103. 595
Jan. 14.1931
First National Bank, Litchfield, Mian
15.5
24, 994.11
15.5
First National Bank, Litchville, N. Dak
_. June 30.1930
7
9, 762.73
32
Dec. 8, 1931
Peoples National Bank, Lodi, Ohio.40
162, 603.99
40
First-Rempel National Bank, Logan, Ohio .
24
Apr. 16.1931
175, 286. 46
44
First National Bank, Lometa, Tex
Aug. 18.1930
1, 326. 60
30
Citizens National Bank, Lone Oak, Tex
Jan. 20.1927
348. 60
45
40
Seaside National Bank, Long Beach, Calif
Feb. 17.1932
272,040.86
40
United States National Bank, Los Angeles, Calif
Aug. 18.1931 2, 024, 414. 31 35
35
11
Jan. 11.1932
First National Bank, Lost Nation, Iowa
14, 675. 54
11
50
First National Bank, Louisburg, N. C
88,201. 44
50
Dec. 22,1931
Loveland National Bank, Loveland. Colo
4.5
8 100
7, 330.03
Oct. 22,1925
Middlesex National Bank, Lowell, Mass
25
Feb. 3.1932 1,156, 547. 87 25
22.5
16.582.15
Jan. 9,1931
First National Bank, Ludlow, Mo..
82.5
22
143', 213. 60
First and Farmers National Bank, Luverne, Minn... Mar. 23,1931
22
2
Including dividend percentage paid through or by purchasing bank.
8
100 per cent paid nonassen ting creditors and 75 per cent paid assenting creditors, in accordance with
agreements.




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TABLE NO. 45.—Dividends paid to creditors of insolvent national banks during the
year ended October SI, 1982—Continued

Name and location of bank

Date of appointment of
receiver

Dividends paid during Total
per cent
the year
of dividends
paid to
Amount
Per cent creditors

First National Bank, Lynchburg, Ohio
Sept. 28,1931
$85, 099. 04
30
30
State National Bank in Lynn, Mass
Dec. 23,1931
561, 667. 15
30
30
The National Bank, Lynwood, Calif
May 29,1931
18,092.87
25
25
First National Bank, Lyons, Ga
Sept. 3,1931
25, 472. 55
20
20
First National Bank, McLeansboro, 111
Aug. 4,1930
45, 040. 89
10
20
First National Bank, Macedon, N. Y
Apr. 10,1931
145, 200. 91
52.5
52,5
Fourth National Bank, Macon, Ga
Nov. 26,1928
468. 39
2 80
First National Bank, McKinney, Tex
Mar. 19.1930
3, 484. 89
3. 4848
63. 4848
Macksburg National Bank, Macksburg, Iowa
Dec. 22.1931
8, 976. 54
47
47
Lake County National Bank, Madison, S. Dak
Aug. 29.1928
18, 409. 91
5
70
June 16,1931
Mahaffey National Bank, Mahaffey, Pa
197, 880. 90
35
35
Feb. 13.1929
First National Bank, Manchester, Iowa
27,162. 35
5
75
Dec. 26,1923
Merchants National Bank, Mandan, N. Dak
449. 76
45
Oct. 3,1927
First National Bank, Mallard, Iowa
719.11
50
Dec. 14,1927
First National Bank, Manning, S. C
34, 361. 25
15.07
22.07
Aug. 14.1929
First National Bank, Maquon, 111
11, 382. 33
10
90
Nov. 13,1931
First National Bank, Marceline, Mo
48, 069. 84
22
22
Feb. 18,1927
First National Bank, Marengo, Iowa
40,181.16
5.43
72.43
Dec. 5.1930
First National Bank, Marion, 111
293, 252.66
22
22
Dec. 24,1931
Marion National Bank, Marion, Ohio
354,119.07
40
40
Oct. 11.1930
First National Bank, Martinsville, 111
61, 575.19
21
36
Aug. 10.1931
First National Bank, Maryville, Mo
26, 800. 89
50
2 50
Dec. 29,1925
Security National Bank, Mason City, Iowa..
24, 275. 31
3.15
83.15
Apr. 18,1931
First National Bank, Masontown, Pa
_
122, 402. 34
10
10
Oct. 15, 1931
Ffrst National Bank, Mathis, Tex
23, 779.29
35
35
Mar. 3,1925
First National Bank, Matoaka, W. Va
.
25,116.22
5
85
June 25.1929
First National Bank, Mayville, N. Dak
23,188. 75
15
75
July 9.1931
First National Bank, Mechanicville, N. Y
709, 905.90
59
59
Manufacturer's National Bank, Mechanicville, N. Y__ Aug. 10.1931 1, 476, 207. 79 57
57
Nov. 29.1930
First National Bank, Mendon, Ohio
22, 910.08
10
55
Feb. 12.1932
First National Bank, Mendota, 111
187, 750. 51
45
45
Mendota National Bank, Mendota, 111
.do..
303, 852. 72
50
50
4
Jan. 26,1931
First National Bank, Meridian, Miss
14, 783. 41
102. 5
Sept. 18,1931
First National Bank, Merrill, Iowa
92,137. 78
50
50
Dec. 23,1930
City National Bank in Miami, Fla
504, 075. 23
12.5
32.5
Dec. 30,1931
First National Bank, Middleport, N. Y
107, 033. 08
32
32
Dec. 14,1928
Peoples National Bank, Middletown, Del
560. 43
53.33
Nov. 15,1926
First National Bank, Milbank, S. Dak
12, 224.82
5
55
Feb. 15,1924
Commercial National Bank, Miles City, Mont.
76.78
57
Mar. 4,1930
First National Bank, Milford, 111
18, 061.18
5
75
May 11,1931
Security National Bank, Milford, Iowa
45
71,106. 75
45
Apr. 28,1931
First National Bank, Millsboro, Pa_
33
29, 640. 30
63
Feb. 3,1932
First National Bank, Milton, Oreg
129, 382.15
30
30
Feb. 9,1929
Minneapolis National Bank, Minneapolis, Kans
61.04
25
Sept. 11,1931
Security National Bank, Mobridge, S. Dak
16, 738. 62
12.5
12.5
The National Mohawk Valley Bank, Mohawk, N. Y. Oct. 12,1931
435, 069.90
53.5
53.5
Dec. 17,1931
First National Bank, Momence, 111
27
121, 290. 29
27
Apr. 17,1931
Citizens National Bank, Monessen, Pa
103.07
45
Nov. 6,1931
263,825.73
First National Bank & Trust Co., Monessen, Pa
12.5
12.5
Feb. 9,1932
First National Bank, Monterey Park, Calif.
15
15
44,316.64
Feb. 5,1927
First National Bank, Montevideo, Minn....
19, 989.00
3.52
41.52
Sept. 16,1929
First National Bank, Montezuma, Iowa
23,165.78
5
50
Sept. 6,1930
Fourth National Bank, Montgomery, Ala—
10,121.77
.0035
8.0035
Aug. 15,1931
The National Bank, Monticello, Ind
15, 754.11 102. 64
102. 64
First and Moorhead National Bank, Moorhead, Minn. Dec. 24,1928
8
118, 936. 39
2 58
Sept. 14,1931
First National Bank, Mora, Minn
126, 592. 56
50
50
Nov. 11,1931
Second National Bank, Morgantown, W. Va.
30
487, 227. 35
30
June 29,1931
First National Bank, Morrisonville, 111
45, 747. 56
26
26
Aug. 27,1929
First National Bank, Moultrie, Ga
5, 590.73
4.42
4.42
Dec. 19,1931
First National Bank, Mound City, 111
28, 854. 71
25
25
June 12,1931
55
120,147. 07
55
First National Bank, Mountain Lake, Minn
Farmers and Merchants National Bank, Mount Feb. 21,1927
Morris, Pa212.86
65
First National Bank in Mount Olive, 111
Jan. 20,1932
29, 066. 58
8.5
8.5
First National Bank in Mt. Vernon, S. Dak..
Aug. 12,1931
26, 561.26
18
18
First National Bank, Moweaqua, 111
May 23,1928
24,821.84
8.27
53.27
First National Bank, Mullins, S. C
Dec. 14,1931
53, 432.08
33.5
33.5
First National Bank, Naper, Nebr__.
Dec. 12,1930
7,158.71
20
60
First National Bank, Nevada, Iowa
_.
Jan. 10,1927
19, 844. 55
7.7
67.7
First National Bank, Newark, N. Y
Oct. 23,1931
589, 370. 27
32
32
Farmers National Bank, New Bedford, 111
Oct. 1,1931
53, 781. 30
65
65
The National Bank, Newberry, S. C
July 1,1929
80.73
18
First National Bank, Newburg, W. Va
Oct. 30,1931
41, 267.41
17.5
17.5
Second National Bank, New Hampton, Iowa.
July 14,1931
365, 858. 55
60
60
2 Including dividend percentage paid through or by purchasing bank.
4
102.5 per cent principal and interest in full paid nonassenting creditors by comptroller's checks and
100 per cent paid assenting creditors by purchasing bank, in accordance with agreements.




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TABLE NO. 45.—Dividends paid to creditors of insolvent national banks during the
year ended October 81, 1932—Continued

Name and location of bank

Third National Bank, New London, Ohio
First National Bank, Newport, Term
First National Bank, Newport Beach, Calif
First National Bank, New Windsor, Md
Queensboro National Bank of the City of New York,
N.Y
Rockaway Beach National Bank, New York, N. Y__
First National Bank, Noble, 111
First National Bank, Noblesville, Ind
Nogales National Bank, Nogales, Ariz
Norfolk National Bank, Norfolk, Kebr
First National Bank, Norris City, [11
First National Bank, North wood, N. Dak
The National Bank, Norton, Va
Oakes National Bank, Oakes, N. Dak
The National Bank, Oakesdale, Wash
First National Bank, Oak Park, 111
Ocean Grove National Bank, Ocean Grove, N. J
Oconto National Bank, Oconto, WIs
Citizens National Bank, Odessa, Tex
Olympia National Bank, Olympla, Wash
First National Bank, Oneida, 111
First National Bank, Orbisonia, Pa
Citizens National Bank, Ortonville., Minn
Peoples National Bank, Osceola Mills, Pa
Oskaloosa National Bank, Oskaloosa, Iowa
First National Bank, Osnabrock, N. Dak
The City National Bank, Ottawa, 111
National Farmers Bank, Owatonna, Minn
First National Bank, Ozark, Ala
First National Bank, Ozark, Ark
City National Bank, Paducah, Ky..._
Pana National Bank, Pana, 111
First National Bank, Panama City, Fla
__
First National Bank and Trust Co., Paris, 111
American National Bank, Paris, Tex
Parkesburg National Bank, Parkesburg, Pa
First National Bank, Parshall, N. Dak
Pecan Gap National Bank, Pecan Gap, Tex
Farmers National Bank, Pekin, Hi.
First National Bank, Perry, Fla
_
__
First National Bank, Pharr, Tex
Overbrook National Bank, Philadelphia, Pa
Citizens National Bank, Philippi, W. Va
Farmers National Bank, Phillipsburg, Kans
The National Bank of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, Ark__.
Bell National Bank, Pineville, Ely
First National Bank, Pineville, W. Va
First National Bank, Pittsburg, Kans
Exchange National Bank, Pittsburgh, Pa
Highland National Bank, Pittsburgh, Pa
The Bank of Pittsburgh N. A., Pittsburgh, Pa
First National Bank, Plainview. Nebr
First National Bank, Plainview, Tex
Plainview National Bank, Plainview, Tex
First National Bank, Plymouth, III
Bannock National Bank, Pocatello, Idaho
Merchants National Bank, Point Pleasant, W. Va
First National Bank, Polo, 111
First National Bank, Pomeroy, Iowa
Farmers National Bank, Pomeroy, Wash
First National Bank, Portage, Pa
First National Bank, Poultney, Vt
First National Bank, Prattville, Ala
Prineville National Bank, Prineville, Oreg
Citizens National Bank. Prosperity, S. C
Peoples National Bank, Pulaski, N. Y
First National Bank, Punta Gotda, Fla
Quincy-Ricker National Bank <e Trust Co., Quinf
"cy, 111
Commercial National Bank, Raleigh, N. C
First National Bank, Rails, Tex
First National Bank, Randolph, Iowa
First Willapa Harbor National Bank, Raymond,
Wash
First National Bank, Rector, Ark..
._
2 Including dividend percentage paid through or by




Date of appointment of
receiver

July
Dec.
Feb.
Oct.

Dividends paid during
Total
per cent
the year
of dividends
paid to
Amount
Per cent creditors

20,1931
4,1930
17,1932
29,1931

$198, 509.19
115, 346.12
35, 582.03
220, 058. 24

Aug. 26,1931
Sept. 19,1931
Nov. 14,1931
.Tune 3,1926
Dec. 11,1931
Dec. 2,1931
Mar. 31,1930
Feb. 5.1930
Mar. 31,1931
Sept. 4, 1926
Dec. 21,1926
Apr. 1,1931
Jan. 26,1932
Aug. 3, 1931
May 19,1931
Feb. 3,1932
June 21,1932
Oct. 5,1931
Jan. 4,1927
Feb. 10,1931
Jan. 20,1932
Jan. 18,1932
Oct. 6,1931
Sept. 10,1926
Oct. 23,1924
Jan. 13,1932
Oct. 28,1931
Apr. 1,1930
Feb. 12,1931
May 4,1931
Mar. 9,1931
Dec. 26,1924
Aug. 8, 1931
Dec. 26,1930
Jan. 26,1932
Oct. 25,1930
Nov. 12,1931
May 15,1931
Oct. 30,1931
Mar. 2,1928
July 21,1930
Jan. 28,1932
May 1.1930
Feb. 17,1932
Oct. 23,1931
Sept. 28,1931
Sept. 21,1931
Aug. 22,1928
Dec. 29,1930
Sept. 16,1931
Nov. 21,1930
June 11,1921
Apr. 22,1931
Aug. 12,1931
May 5,1931
May 19,1931
Mar. 25,1931
June 20,1930
June 1,1931
Sept. 1,1931
Oct. 22,1931
Oct. 5,1931
Feb. IS, 1929

1,161, 541.64
1,156,545.92
38, 472. 60
8,197. 53
96, 535. 82
316, 519. 78
23, 663. 88
30, 383.84
33, 613.74
31.46
8, 572. 50
44, 724. 68
190, 900. 44
210,721.08
90, 517. 20
239, 204. 35
27, 484. 78
210, 292.06
3, 712. 78
60, 071.16
328,155.19
25, 739. 31
260, 801.17
37,775.06
1, 060.96
12, 286.11
426, 492. 24
63,184. 59
123, 069. 75
94,995.06
159, 071.79
18, 544. 83
15, 307.49
13, 551.18
359, 367. 83
32,975.94
15,072. 08
787, 833.08
109, 326. 74
9, 741. 21
213, 088. 59
111, 830. 31
32, 073.14
307, 576. 48
1,157, 017. 45
1, 313, 730.65
2, 673, 333. 47
11,137.64
29, 654. 24
140,911.42
9,000.18
11.13
18, 416. 75
223,139. 63
25,988. 64
39, 490. 83
176, 878.91
106, 939. 30
47, 571. 98
19, 376. 32
101, 544. 85
130, 808.90
938, 40

Nov.
Dec.
Jan.
Sept.

10,1930
21,1931
6,1931
8,1931

815,979.80
522, 567. 46
18, 105. 55
31, 772. 43

Feb. 3,1932
72,170. 60
20, 087. 96
Dec. 3,1930
purchasing bank.

50
25
20
50
65
70
24
3.2
27
30
16
14

22.5
13
10
16

36.66
23.33
18

33.33

45

17.5
25
28
32
3
25
10
15
15
16
19
5.4
10

12.5

46
9

12.5

38
18
7.8
17
28
15
30

33.33
43
10
5

28.89
8.5
10
15
55
15
20
25
15
10
22
60
27

26.66
20

32.5
60

15
9

50
70
20
50
65
70
24
98.2
27
30
76
24
32.5
15
68
40
16
36.66
23. 33
18
33.33
45
55
47.5
25
28
32
53
5
25
10
40
25
16
34
85.4
10
37.5
46
19
12.5
35
18
97.8
42
28
25
30
33.33
43
2
60
40
28.89
8.5
75
15.5
75
55
35
40
25
75
10
22
60
27
60
51. 66
20
32.5
60
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TABLE NO. 45.—Dividends paid to creditors of insolvent national banks during the
year ended October 81, 1982—Continued

Name and location of bank

Date of appointment of
receiver

Dividends paid during Total
per cent
the year
Amount

of dividends
paid to
Per cent creditors

American National Bank, Redfield, S. Dak
Dec. 12.1930
$83,021. 39 21
41
Jan. 24.1927
Farmers National Bank, Red Lake Falls, Minn
56.8
19,053. 83 16.8
Feb. 12.1931
First National Bank, Redmond, Oreg
20
43,135. 52 20
Oct. 14.1929
Farmers National Bank, Red Oak, Iowa
78
30, 648. 50 8
Oct. 5,1931
First National Bank, Reed City, Mich
12
110, 658. 98 12
May 2,1929
Reed City National Bank, Reed City, Mich
25
5
11,059. 55
Feb. 26.1932
First National Bank, Renovo, Pa
15
123, 563.15 15
Jan. 23,1932
The National Bank, Rensselaer, N. Y
50
353, 466. 41 50
Feb. 13,1931
First National Bank, Republic, Pa
37.5
26,158. 55 12.5
Nov. 26.1928
First National Bank, Richland Center, Wis
25
147. 73
Apr. 17,1931
First National Bank, Riehwood, Ohio
84, 301.12 25.16
25.16
Dec. 23.1930
First National Bank, Ridgeway, Mo
80
19, 336. 43 25
July 30.1931
First National Bank, Ripley, N. Y
29
149,189. 37 29
Mar. 12.1930
First National Bank, Rising Star, Tex
30
15, 421. 00 10
Feb. 23.1929
First National Bank, Rockford, Iowa
65
7, 227. 84 5
Manufacturers National Bank & Trust Co., Rockford,
111.
June 16.1931 1,177, 621. 66 46
46
June 18.1931
Security National Bank, Rockford, 111
36
558, 815. 05 36
Feb. 12.1932 1, 080,152. 68 30
Rockford National Bank, Rockford, 111
30
53
Farmers & Merchants National Bank, Rockmart, Ga. Feb. 13,1931
50, 779.01 28
Dec. 20.1930
61
First National Bank, Rock Rapids, Iowa
56, 333. 69 26
Oct. 20.1931
38
Lyon County National Bank, Rock Rapids, Iowa
367, 620. 29 38
Mar. 30,1931
43
First National Bank, Rockwell, Iowa
28, 921. 28 18
Jan. 13,1931
43
First National Bank, Rogers, Ark
119, 685. 21 23
Nov. 29.1930
42.5
First National Bank, Roland, Iowa
30, 416.19 12.5
5
Farmers & Merchants National Bank, Roseville, 111-. Dec. 31.1931
5
4,950. 00
Mar. 19.1931
First National Bank, Rouses Point, N. Y
70
218, 837. 52 30
July 3,1931
First National Bank, Royal Oak, Mich
20
133, 533. 09 20
July 22.1926
First National Bank, Royalton, Minn
41.06
34, 728. 57 11.06
Feb. 21.1927
First National Bank, Rush City, Minn
60
5, 362. 32
May 2,1929
First National Bank, Ruthven, Iowa
67
13,059,82
7
Aug. 8,1931
First National Bank, Ryder, N. Dak
8.33
9, 898. 57 8.33
Jan. 18.1932
The National Bank, Sabetha, Kans
22
93, 329. 57 22
First National Bank, St. Augustine, Fla
_.. July 25,1929
23
5
58,856. 47
June 17,1931
First National Bank, St. Clair Shores, Mich
25
133, 653.15 25
Apr. 3,1928
55.9
First National Bank, St. George, S. C
24,086. 48 10.9
Commercial National Bank & Trust Co., St. Joseph,
Sept. 28,1931
Mich
723,113. 33 30
Jan. 11,1932
Vandeventer National Bank, St. Louis, Mo
59
584,040. 99 59
Central National Bank & Trust Co., St. Petersburg, Fla. Apr. 21,1931
37.5
275, 509. 90 12.5
June 9,1930
First National Bank, St. Petersburg, Fla
33
277, 092. 39 8
Nov. 6,1931
First National Bank, St. Thomas, N. Dak
14
20, 378. 08 14
Sept. 23,1931
Peoples National Bank, Salem, N. Y
60
298, 888.12 10"
July 3,1923
Peoples National Bank, Salisbury, N. C
57.3
7.3
58,443. 91
June 22,1931
Planters National Bank, Saluda, S. C
20
75,035. 21 20
Jan. 8,1930
First National Bank, Samson, Ala
20
8, 663. 66 10
Apr. 10,1929
5, 802. 73 10
First National Bank, Sanborn, N. Dak
70
July 15,1929
899. 79
52
First National Bank, Sanford, Fla
May 24, 1932
4,863. 21
9.5
State National Bank, Santa Anna, Tex
95
.
July 30,1923
24.9
First National Bank, Sapulpa, Okla
4.9
26,958. 86
May 15,1928
18.27
American National Bank, Sarasota, Fla
26, 547. 45 8.27
May 6,1931
43
Savona National Bank, Savona, N. Y
39, 486. 64 18
May 24,1924
54. 17
First National Bank, Schuyler, Nebr
9.17
45,988. 27
Nov. 11,1931
22.5
First National Bank, Sea Isle City, N. J
58, 824. 57 22.5
Nov. 6,1931
25
Citizens National Bank, Sedalia, Mo
393, 559. 69 25
Feb. 15,1932
28
Sedalia National Bank, Sedalia, Mo
116, 378. 69 28
Dec. 26,1930
20
First National Bank, Sesser, 111
49,193. 13 20
Nov. 2,1931
45
Citizens National Bank, Seward, Pa
.
26, 383. 07 45
Jan. 10,1930
40
First National Bank, Seward, Pa
5
7,192. 66
Dec. 30,1931
30
The National Bank, Seymour, Iowa
36, 663. 20 30
May 13,1931
50
Peoples National Bank, Shakopee, Minn
21, 032. 24 15
May 26,1930
35. 344
City National Bank, Shawneetown, 111
3, 264. 60 5.344
Feb. 10,1932
25
First National Bank, Shelbyville, Ind_-_
109, 268. 95 25
Mar. 29,1927
80
First National Bank, Sheldon, Iowa
821. 03
May 13,1926
35
30, 515. 72 5
First National Bank, Shenandoah, Iowa
9,1931
34
Farmers & Merchants National Bank, Sheridan, Ind_. Feb. 22,1929
46, 317. 48 14
May
70
First National Bank, Shinnston, W. Va
81, 626