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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE

Comptroller of the Currency
TO THE SECOND SESSION OF THE SIXTY-THIRD
CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES




1913
With Appendices

WASHINGTON
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
1914




TREASURY DEPARTMENT,
Document No. 2682.
Comptroller of the Currency.

CONTENTS
Page.

Condition of national banks
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Loans and discounts of national banks
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Loans maturing in 90 days or less
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Reserves of national banks
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Changes in loans, bonds, cash, and deposits
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Savings depositors and deposits in national banks
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Classification of national banks by capital stock
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Relation of capital to deposits, etc., of national banks
Bonds and other similar investments by national banks
Productivity of loans and bond investments
Percentage of principal items of assets and liabilities of national banks,
Development m national banking
Bonded debt of the United States and national-bank holdings
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Deposits and withdrawals of bonds during the year
Earnings and dividends of national banks
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National-bank shareholders
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National-bank notes in circulation
Capital stock, bonds, and circulation
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Circulation issued, redeemed, and outstanding
National-bank redemption agency receipts and redemptions
Expenses of banks incident to the issue of circulation, and expenses of the Currency Bureau
Profit on national-bank circulation
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Organization of national banks
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Extensions and expirations of charters
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Changes of title of national banks
Voluntary liquidation of national banks
National currency associations organized
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Clearing-house exchanges
Rates for money
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Reports of condition of banks in the United States
The growth of banking in the United States
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The growth of banking in recent years
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Banking power of the United States
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Resources and liabilities of the banks, by States
Classification of loans and discounts in all banks
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Investments of all banks in bonds and other securities
Money in banks
Distribution of money in the United States
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Individual deposits in all banks in the United States
Savings deposits in all banks
State, savings, and private banks, and loan and trust companies
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State banks
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Savings banks
Mutual sayings banks
Stock savings banks
Private banks
Loan and trust companies
Banks and banking in the District of Columbia
Banks and banking in the island possessions
Philippines
Hawaii
Porto Rico
State and private bank failures
Building and loan associations in the District of Columbia
Building and loan associations in the United States
School savings banks
Savings banks in foreign countries
Insolvent national banks
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CONTENTS OF APPENDIX.
Pa^re.
THgest of decisions relating to national banks
87
No. 1. Comptrollers and Deputy Comptrollers of the Currency
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101
No. 2. Names and compensation of officers and clerks in the office of the Comptroller of the Currency,
October 31,1913
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No. 3. Expenses of the office of the Comptroller of the Currency for the year ended June 30,1913.. 103
No. 4. National banks organized, number now in operation, and the number passed out of the system since February 25,1863
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No. 5. Authorized capital of national banks organized, number and capital of banks closed in each
year ended October 31 since the establishment of the national banking system, with the
yearly increase or decrease
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No. 6. National banks organized, in liquidation, insolvent, and in operation, with bonds on deposit,
and circulation issued, redeemed, and outstanding on October 31,1913
105
No. 7. National banks organized, in voluntary liquidation, insolvent, number and capital of associations in active operation on January 1 of each year from 1864 to 1913
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No. 8. National banks chartered during the year
107
No. 9. Number and capital of State banks converted into national banking associations, by States,
from 1863 to 1913
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No. 10. Number of national banks in each State extended under the act of July 12,1882, to October
31,1913
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No. 11. Number of national banks, by States, reextended under the act of April 12,1902, to October
31,1913.....
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No. 12. List of national banks the corporate existence of which will expire for t h e first time during
the year ending October 31,1914, with the date of expiration
112
No. 13. List of national banks the corporate existence of which will expire for the second time during
the year ending October 31,1914, with the date of expiration
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No. 14. National banks organized under the act of 1S63, charter of which expired prior to the act of
1882, reorganized under a new charter, which have been permitted to adopt their original
charter number.
113
No. 15. Authorized capital stock of national banks on the first day of each month from January 1,
1904, to November 1, 1913, bonds on deposit to secure circulation, circulation secured by
bonds, lawful money on deposit to redeem circulation, and national-bank notes outstanding 114
No. 16. Yearly increase or decrease in national-bank circulation from January 14,1875, to October 31,
1913
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No. 17. National-bank notes issued, redeemed, and outstanding, by denominations and amounts, on
October 31,1864 to 1913
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No. 18. National gold bank notes issued, redeemed, and outstanding October 31,1913
121
No. 19. National-bank notes ol each denomination outstanding March 13,1900, and October 31,1905
to 1913
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No. 20. National-bank notes outstanding, the amount and per cent of notes of 15 on March 14,1900,
and October 31,1900 to 1913
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No. 21. Amount and denominations of national-bank notes issued and redeemed since the organization of the system, and the amount outstanding October 31,1913
122
No. 22. Vault account of currency received and issued by this bureau during the year, and amount
on hand October 31,1913
122
No. 23. National-bank notes received monthly for redemption during the year by the Comptroller
and the Redemption Agency of the Treasury, together with the total amount received
since June 20,1874
123
No. 24. National-bank notes received at this bureau and destroyed yearly since the establishment
of the system
123
No. 25. Ivfational-bank notes issued; the amount and per cent received and destroyed on account of
active, liquidating, and insolvent banks annually to October 31,1913
124
No. 26. Vault account of currency received and destroyed during the year
124
No. 27. Taxes assessed national banks on deposits, capital, circulation, and corporation tax from
1864 to 1913
125
No. 28. Taxes assessed on national-bank circulation 1864 to 1913, cost of redemption 1874 to 1913,
and cost of plates and examiners* fees 1883 to 1913
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No. 29. Specie and bank-note circulation of the United States from 1800 to 1859
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No. 30. Coin and paper circulation of the United States, 1860 to 1913
127
No. 31. State-bank notes outstanding and percentage of, to total money in the United States, 1800 to
1863
128
No. 32. Total money in the United States, national-bank notes outstanding, and percentage of notes
to money, 1864,to 1.913.........
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No. 33. Per cent of various kinds of currency and instruments of credit, etc., based on receipts of banks
for various dates
129
No. 34. United States bonds on deposit to secure circulating notes of national banks on October 31,
1900 to 1913.
130
No. 35. Profit on national-bank circulation based on deposit of $100,000 consols of 1930, etc., for each
month during the year,
131
No. 36. National banks placed in liquidation from November 1,1912, to October 31,1913, the names,
where known, of succeeding banks in cases of succession, with date of liquidation, capital,
and circulation..
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No. 37. Insolvent national banks in charge of receivers, dates of organization and failure, cause of
failure, dividends paid while solvent, circulation issued, redeemed, and outstanding, 1865
to 1913
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136
No. 38. Insolvent national banks, dates of failure and final liquidation, assets, collections, dividends
paid, etc., 1865 to 1913..
156
No. 39. Capital, nominal assets at date of failure, collections from assets and from assessments* and
disposition of collections, 1865 to October 31,1913, by States
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No. 40. National banks restored to solvency after having been placed in the charge of receivers. T . . . 214
No. 41. Dividends paid to creditors of insolvent national banks during the past year
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No. 42. Dates of reports of condition of national banks, 1869 to 1913
215
No. 43. Capital, circulation, aggregate assets of national banks, October, 1863, to August 9, 1913,
money in the country, etc
216
No. 44. National banks, classified by capital, August 9,1913
220
No. 45. Abstract of the resources and liabilities of national banks on August 9, 1913, in New York
City, all central reserve cities, other reserve cities, country banks, and the aggregate.
222
No. 46. Highest and lowest points reached in the principal items of resources and liabilities of national
banks during the existence of the system
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No. 47. Percentage of loans, United States bonds, and lawful money to the aggregate resources of
national banks, 1898 to 1913
223
No. 48. Classification of loans made by national banks in reserve cities, etc., in the fall of 1909 to 1913.. 224
No. 49. Classification of loans and discounts of national banks by reserve cities and States on June 4,
1913
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No. 50. Classification of loans and discounts by national banks, maturing in 90 days or less, from
August 9,1913
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• No. 51. Amount and character of State bonds, etc., owned by national banks, by reserve cities and
States on June 4,1913
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No. 52. Classification of individual deposits for each call during the year, by geographical divisions.. 234
No. 53. Number of national banks reporting savings deposits, number of savings depositors, and
amount of savings deposits at date of each report during the year, by geographical divisions
248
No. 54. Specie and circulation of national banks at date of each report during the year, by reserve
cities and States
250
No. 55. Gold, silver, coin certificates, legal tenders, and currency certificates held by national banks
at date of each report since February 21,1880
270
No. 56. Specie held by national banks in New York City at date of each report since February 6,
1903, with yearly average
276
No. 57. Lawful money and classification of reserve held by national banks at date of each call during
past five years, by central reserve cities, other reserve cities, country banks, and the aggregate..
273
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No. 58. Lawful money reserve of national banks at date of each report during the year ended August
9,1913, by reserve cities and States
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No. 59. Abstract of reports of earnings and dividends of national banks for the year ended July 1,
1913
302
No. 60. Number, capital, surplus, dividends, net earnings, etc., of national banks, 1870 to 1913
306
No. 61. Aggregate resources and liabilities of national banks from 1863 to 1913
307
No. 62. Summary of principal items of resources and liabilities of national banks, by States, from
1863 to 1913
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No. 63. Summary of the state and condition of national banks for each report since September 4,
1912, by States and reserve cities
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No. 64. Condensed reports of the resources and liabilities of national banks on August 9,1913
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CONTENTS OF APPENDIX.

No. 65. Abstract of reports from loan and trust companies in the District of Columbia for the year
ended August 9,1913
No. 66. Abstract of reports of savings and State banks in the District of Columbia for year ended
August 9,1913
No. 67. Principal items of resources and liabilities of savings and State banks in the District of Columbia on August 9,1913
No. 68. Principal items of resources and liabilities of loan and trust companies in the District of
Columbia on August 9,1913
No. 69. Principal items of resources and liabilities of loan and trust companies in the District of
Columbia on or about October 1,1890, to 1913
No. 70. Principal items of resources and liabilities of savings and State banks in the District of Columbia on or about October 1,1906, to 1913
No. 71. Summary of the condition of building and loan associations in the District of Columbia on
December 31,1912, and July 1,1913
No. 72. Abstract of reports of State banks on June 4,1913, by States
No. 73. Abstract of reports of mutual savings banks on June 4,1913, by States
No. 74. Abstract of reports of stock savings banks on June 4,1913, by States
No. 75. Abstract of reports of private banks on June 4,1913, by States
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No. 76. Abstract of reports of loan and trust companies on June 4,1913, by States
No. 77. Summary of reports of condition of national banks on June 4,1913
No. 78. Summary of reports of condition of State banks on June 4,1913
No. 79. Summary of reports of condition of mutual savings banks on June 4,1913
No. 80. Summary of reports of condition of stock savings banks on June 4,1913
No. 81-. Summary of reports of condition of private banks on June 4,1913
No. 82. Summary of reports of condition of loan and trust companies on June 4,1913
No. 83. Aggregate resources and liabilities of national banks from 1909 to 1913
No. 84. Aggregate resources and liabilities of State banks from 1909 to 1913
No. 85. Aggregate resources and liabilities of savings banks from 1909 to 1913
No. 86. Aggregate resources and liabilities of private banks from 1909 to 1913
No. 87. Aggregate resources and liabilities of loan and trust companies from 1909 to 1913
No. 88. Statement of all reporting banks in seven principal cities for June 4,1913
No. 89. Gold, silver, etc., held by banks other than national in 1873 to 1913
No. 90. Number, assets, and liabilities of State, savings, and private banks, and loan and trust companies which failed during the year ended June 30, 1913
No. 91. Resources and liabilities of the first Bank of the United States
No. 92. Resources and liabilities of the second Bank of the United States
No. 93. Number of colonial and State banks, their capital, circulation, deposits, specie, and loans
from 1774 to 1833
No. 94. Number of State banks in the United States, with their principal resources and liabilities,
from 1834 to 1872
No. 95. Comparative statement of the transactions of the New York Clearing House for each year
from 1854 to 1913, number of banks, aggregate capital, clearings, balances, average of daily
clearings and balances, and percentage of balances to clearings
No. 96. Comparative.statement for two years of the transactions of the New York Clearing House,
showing aggregate amount of clearings, balances, and the kinds and amounts of money
passing in settlement of these balances
No. 97. Exchanges, balances, percentages of balances to exchanges, and percentage of funds used in
settlement of balances by the New York Clearing House in each year from 1893 to 1913..
No. 98. Clearing-house transactions of the Assistant Treasurer of the United States at New York
for the year ended September 30,1913
No. 99. Comparative statement of the exchanges of the clearing houses of the United States for the
year ended September 30,1913, and the year ended September 30,1912
No. 100. Investment value of United States and Panama Canal bonds during the year
No. 101. United States bonds—monthly range of prices in New York from November, 1912, to
October 31,1913
No. 102. Statement from annual report of the commissioner of the Freedman's Savings and Trust
Co., December 1,1912
No. 103. Statement showing the condition of the 25 chartered banks of Canada, September 30,1913..
No. 104. Comparative statement relative to capital, etc., of chartered banks of Canada
No. 105. School savings banks of the United States, June, 1913




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REPORT
OF

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

Washington, D. G.} December 1, 1913.

SIR : In conformity with the requirements of section 333 of the Revised Statutes of the United States, the fifty-first annual report of the
operations of the Currency Bureau for the year ended October 31,
1913, is herewith submitted.
CONDITION OF NATIONAL BANKS.

The operations of the national banks as reflected in detail by the
resources and liabilities of the banks at date of the periodical calls
during the current year are exhibited in the following table:
Abstract of reports of condition of national banks from Nov. £6, 1912y to Aug. 9, 1913.
Nov. 26, 1912— Feb. 4, 1913—• Apr. 4, 1913— j June 4, 1913— Aug. 9, 1913—
7,425 banks.
7,420 banks.
7,440 banks.
7,473 banks.
7,488 banks.
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RESOURCES.

Loans and discounts... $6,058,982,029.4016,125,029,165.96 $6,178,096,379.33 -$6,143,028,132.94 $6,168,555,525.30
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18,377,993.11
Overdrafts
26,493,061.24
22,307,066.94
20,077,156.00
19,006,152.02
U. S. bonds to secure
circulation
728,482,810.00 730,754,970.00 730,424,030.00 735,226,870.00 735,809,330.00
U. S. bonds to secure
47,694,115.00
U. S. deposits
47,598,470.00
46,165,400.00
47,406,310.00
47,061,690.00
Other bonds to secure
33,029,494.25J 34,742,462.12
37,524,380.
55,484,073.54
43,597,929.58
U. S. deposits
7,737,060.00
67135,370.00
7,898,870.
6,519,838.00
6,338,000.00
IT. S. bonds on hand...
Premiums on U. S.
7,059,551.81
6,722,651.98
7,014,837.88
6,605,248.13
1,876,636.89
bonds
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Bonds, securities, etc.. 1,036; 942; 064.36il, 043; 943; 884.13 1,05i; 481) 767.28 1,050,587,655.5511,040,422,273.43
Banking house, furniture, and fixtures.... 245,796,890.28 246,629,609.78 248,570,244.17 248,888,953.95 252,339,399.24
31,229,535.17
31,332,948.16
Other real estate owned
29,078,950.21i 32,070,676.15 31,934,222.55
Due from national
banks (not reserve
477,181,532.05 473,496,114.13 451,758,116.35 439,021,200.04 408,921,998.34
agents)
Due from State banks
218,289,353.55 209,294,468.18 194,311,338.05 194,990,066.54 192,214,416.82
and bankers
Due from approved
reserve agents
786,190,805.24 j 850,478,400.05 808,364,504.79 762,176,994.73 769,213,605.45
Checks and other cash
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29,860,355.62
37,092,245.76
32,680,725.17
34,100,567.74! 36,722,041.76
Exchanges for clearing
house
249,893,991.16 257,560,492.5' 123,507,291.21
278,672,040.53 \ 288,820,252. 73
Bills of other national
banks
51,538,808.00
42,637,771.00
47,751,533.00
49,747,626.00
Fractional currency, I 46,118,234.00
3,580,482.68
nickels, and cents
3,895,212.41
3,650,042.38
3,300,300.971
3,782,668.19
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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

Abstract of reports q/condition of national banks from Nov. £6,1912, to Aug. 9,1913—
Oontinued.
Nov. 26,1912—
7,420 banks.

Feb. 4.1913—
7,425 banks.

Apr. 4,1913—
7,440 banks.

June 4,1913—
7,473 banks.

Aug. 9, 1913—
7,488 banks.

BESOURCES—contd.

Gold coin
$149,551,166.85 $152,044,736.80 $147,312,673.53 $143,762,658.
Gold Treasury certifi-*
cates
286,876,170.00 342,321,240.00 310,979,210.00 323,619,310.
Gold Treasury certify
cate^ (sec. 5192)
90,220,000.00 88,407,500,00 93,263,000.00
89,443,500.
Silver dollars
11,968,302.00 13,955,348.00
13,625,311.00
13,720,873.
Silver Treasury certificates
125,183,709.00 131,692,580.00 127,352,808.00 133,339,825.
Silver fractional coin...
18,521,373.86 21,310,443.33 20,373,397.42
20,188,461.

$143,308,791.61
337,082,500.00
85,726,700.00
12,322,675.00
131,052,874.00
18,773,916.88

Specie

682,320,721.71

749,731,848.13

712,906,399.95

724,074,627.77

728,267,457.49

Legal-tender notes
Five per cent redemption fund
Due from Treasurer
United States

176,778,016.00

183,685,383.00

175,377,336.00

189,908,013.

170,901,917.00

35,486,273.80

34,988,720.82

35,020,010.39

35,394,885.

35,596,823.12

7,583,460.54

9,109,576.42

9,394,808.69

9,636,971.

9,043,334.23

Total

10,965,788,617.68 11,185,599,266.47 11,081,974,333.46 11,036,919,757.04 10,876,852,343.58

INABILITIES.

Capital stock paid i n . . . 1,045,092,580.001,048,899,055.001,052,265,581.531 ,056,919,792.001,056,345,786.00
Surplus fund
701,999,833.53 717,261,016.39 719,673,812.36 720,606,792.54 725,333,629.03
Undivided profits, less
expenses and taxes.. 268,007,255.44 241,828,956.12 255,387,230.68 268,140,962.57 259,549,156.80
National-bank note3
outstanding
721,502,185.50 717,467,661.50 718,976,684.00 722,125,024.00 724,459,849.00
State-bank notes out1
27,701.00
27,701.00
22,415.00
27,701.00
standing
27,701.00
Due to other national
banks
1,050,499,032. 911, ,140,270,695. 0 2 1 ,078,165,210.581,017,460,873. 04 1,008,252,803.55
Due to State banks and
542,198,410.84 578,390,641.93 562,561,795.33 528,264,904.42 545,395,503.07
bankers
Due to trust companies and savings
465,308,937.81 547,774,013.99 510,828,398.62 528,940,184.47 515,379,163.06
banks
Due to approved re39,522,941.44
44,154,947.07
40,790,134.91 45,885,609.76
43,799,304.63
serve agents
1,596,856.68
1,529,195.57
1,908,940.52
2,808,131.27
1,035,738.63
Dividends unpaid
Individual
deposits
subject to check
4,862,501,434.67 4,900,574,262. 93 4 ,884,040,174.94 4 ,866,181,398. 63 4•,753,750,004.82
:
Demand certificates of
deposit
411,213,063.74 412,711,845.19 415,247,831.52 418,661,677.79 413,742,420.96
Time certificates of deposit
502,592,927.91 508,352,894.52 514,170,059.46 525,508,864.56 533,364,588.29
19,098,956.16
105,976,253.62 89,111,787.50 84,498,699.30 80,823,835.00
Certified checks
Cashiers' checks out70,830,279.82
62,285,775.14
41,382,761.54
62,277,389,97
74,681,505.48
standing
Individual
total

deposits,

United States deposits.
Postal-savings deposits
Deposits of U. S. disbursing offi cers
Bonds borrowed
Notes and bills redis-«
counted
Bills payable
Reserved for taxes
Liabilities other than
those above stated...
Total

5,944,561,069.91 5,985,432,295.62 5,968,787,045.04 5,953,461,551.12 5,761,338,731.77
33,594,143. 22
15,649,315.

39,360,041.72
17,008,709.60

39,886,857.14
17,687,643.16

43,118,218.
18,661,875.

51,486,660.10
19,790,320.55

12,692,478.
38,774,688.

6,664,962.19
39,573,476.06

6,316,019.43
42,183,544.32

6,606,821.
43,215,465.

5,817,638.82
43,831,830.04

10,776,272.
61,105,295.
7,447,975.

8,001,091.18
43,446,507.41
4,749,175.46

8,319,078.73
48,213,459.82
5,724,293.54

14,080,980.
58,825,794.
7,030,644.

17,710,480.22
91,396,090.35
7,434,272.79

3,379,378.69

3,371,712.00

1,716,397.83

2,022,652.99

2,182,929.31

10,965,788r617.68 11,185,599,266.47 11,081,974,333.46 ll,036,919r757.04 10,876,852,343.58
i $5,286, charged off by a bank, subsequently restored.

In reviewing the condition of national banks as shown by the
periodical returns it is of interest to note the general situation, particularly in respect of the public debt, the interest charge thereon,
operations of the clearing houses, prices for money, foreign trade as



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represented by imports and exports, including transactions in the
precious metals, and the returns to shareholders in dividends on
their bank stock.
The indebtedness of the Government, less cash in the Treasury, on
June 30,1913, was $1,028,344,055, of which $965,706,610 was interestbearing, the annual interest charge being $22,835,330, averaging 2.36
per cent. The circulating medium, consisting of specie, legal tenders,
and national-banknotes, was $3,720,070,016, of which $356,331,567
is the amount held in the United States Treasury, the remainder,
$3,363,738,449, being in circulation. Based on the estimated population of continental United States on June 30, the per capita of
money in circulation was $34.56. Of the amount in circulation, 46.2
per cent is included in the assets of national, State, and private
banks, leaving 53.8 per cent with the public at large.
The transactions of the clearing houses of the United States, as
represented by the volume of clearings, reached $173,765,288,000,
exceeding the operations of the prior year by $5,564,362,000.
Foreign commerce in merchandise aggregated $4,278,862,383, the
exports amounting to $2,465,884,149, the imports to $1,812,978,235,
or less by $652,905,915 than the volume of exports. Foreign trad.e
for the year exceeded the volume in 1912 by $421,275,040. In addition to the trade in merchandise, gold was exported to the amount of
$77,762,622, or $8,568,597 in excess of the imports. Silver exports
amounted to $71,614,311, or $30,345,795 in excess of the imports.
Thus the exports of gold and silver combined exceeded the imports
of these metals for the year by $38,914,392.
Money has been firm generally and in the New York market rates
for both time loans and commercial paper ruled higher than in any
year since 1907.
Based on capital and surplus, the gross earnings of national banks
during the year were greater by over 2 per cent than during the prior
year. While there has been a notable depreciation in the market
value of standard and other securities, necessitating a cut in the
undivided profit account of the banks, shareholders of national banks
received dividends at t*he average rate of 11.4 per cent as against an
average of 11.01 per cent for the prior five years.
In connection with information relative to the operation of national
banks, elsewhere in this report are submitted statistics relating to
the condition of some 18,500 State and private banks from which
returns were received for June last. The capital of national and
other banking institutions is shown to amount to $2,096,800,000, of
which slightly more than one-half is the capital of national banks.
Of individual deposits aggregating $17,475,700,000, national banks
held approximately one-third, and of the total assets, stated at
$25,712,100,000, approximately two-fifths are those of national
banks.
In the introductory table of this report is shown the condition of
national banks as represented by their assets and liabilities in detail
at date of each return from November 26, 1912, to August 9, 1913.
The number of banks reporting increased during the period in question from 7,420 to 7,488. While the aggregate amount of assets
reached the maximum—$11,185,599,266—on February 4, the returns
on April 4 show a decline of $103,624,933, a further decline of
$45,054,576 by June 4, and $160,067,413 by August 9. Hence



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KEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

between February 4 and August 9 there was a decrease in assets of
$308,746,922.
Loans and discounts standing at $6,058,982,029 in November, 1912,
increased to $6,178,096,379 on April 4 of the current year, decreased
to $6,143,028,132 on June 4, but rose to $6,168,555,525 on August 9.
United States bonds on deposit to secure circulation were lowest
at the beginning of the year, viz, $728,482,810, and at the maximum, $735,809,330 at the close of the year, a net increase of $7,326,520. Including with bonds to secure circulation, those pledged
as security for public deposits and those held in bank, the investment
of national banks in united States bonds increased from $782,385,270 in November, 1912, to $790,023,283 at the close of the year,
the total investment in securities of this character showing an increase
of $7,638,013. These amounts are exclusive of the premiums on the
bonds, which at the beginning of the year were stated at $7,059,551,
and at the close of the year at $6,605,248.
Investments in bonds and securities other than those issued by
the Government amounted in November, 1912, to $1,069,971,558,
a slight increase being shown at the date of each subsequent call
to August 9, when the amount reported was $1,095,906,346, an
increase during the period of $25,934,788.
Specie and other lawful money in bank was at the minimum in
November, 1912, amounting on that date to $859,098,737, with an
increase to the high point of $933,417,231 on February 4. Between
this date and the April call there was a drop of some $45,000,000,
or to $888,283,735. The banks recovered in lawful money between
the last-named date and June 4 over $25,000,000, the amount held
on the latter date being $913,982,640. On August 9 the cash holdings had fallen to $899,169,374, or $34,300,000 less than in February,
but $4,000,000 more than at the date of the corresponding returns
in 1912;
Paid-in capital stock increased from $1,045,092,580 in November, 1912, to $1,056,919,792 in June, 1913, but on the August
call had declined to $1,056,345,786, but the net increase for the year
was $11,253,206. Capital and surplus combined showed a steady
increase from $l,747.,092,413 to $1,781,679,415, the increase, roundly
stated, being $34,600,000. Combining net undivided profits with
capital and surplus, funds representing shareholders' interest in the
banks, it is noted that these funds increased during the year approximately $26,000,000, or from $2,015,099,668 in November, 1912, to
$2,041,228,571 at the close of the current year.
Individual deposits reached the maximum on February 4, amounting on that date to $5,985,432,295, but declined at the close of the
year to $5,761,338,731, a decrease of $224,093,564.
United States deposits, including disbursing officers' accounts and
postal savings deposits, showed an increase at date of each report
during the year, beginning at $61,935,937 and closing with $77,094,619,
the net increase being approximately $15,000,000.
Rediscounts and bills payable, amounting to $71,881,568 in
November, -1912, declined to $51,447,598 on February 4, the low
point during the year; increased to $56,532,538 in April, to $72,906,775 in June, and to $109,106,570 in August.



KEPORT OF THE COMPTEOLLEE OF THE CUEEENCY.

5

What is characterized as banking power, that is capital, surplus,
and other profits, deposits and circulation of national banks, based
on the periodical reports for the year, averaged $8,748,0267626, or
$1,177,234 per bank.
LOANS AND DISCOUNTS OF NATIONAL BANKS.

In connection with periodical statements relating to the assets
and liabilities of national banks, each report states in detail
the amount and character of loans. The variations in proportions
are not notable. Statistics herewith presented are based upon
returns for comparable dates in June during the past three years.
As wall be noted, the paper is divided, into two general classes, demand and time, and the former subdivided into paper with one or
more individual or firm names, and paper secured by stocks, bonds,
and other collateral. Time paper is shown in three classes: first, that
with two or more individual or firm names; single name (one person
or firm), without other security; and third, paper secured by stocks
and bonds and other personal security, including liens on real estate.
From June 7, 1911, to June 4, 1913, the volume of loans increased
from $5,610,838,787 to $6,143,028,133. On June 4 last 25.8 per cent
of the banks' loans was demand, and 74.2 per cent time paper. Of
this class 33.1 per cent represents time paper with two or more individual or firm names, the single name time paper being 20.5 per
cent, and time paper secured by stocks, bonds, etc., 20.6 per cent.
In the following table are shown the changes in amounts and percentages of the various classes of paper in June 1911, 1912," and
1913:
June 14,1912.

June 7,1911.

Class.
Amount.

On demand, paper with one or more
individual orfirmnames
On demand, secured by stocks,
bonds, and other personal securities
On time, paper with two or more
individual or firm names
On time, single-name paper (one
person or firm) without other
security
On time, secured by stocks, bonds,
and other personal securities, or
on mortgages or other real-estate
security
Total...




$529,732,999

June 4, 1913.

Per
cent.

Per

Amount.

9.4

$571,345,681

9.6

cent.

Amount.

Per
cent.

$603,735,269

9.8

953,751,600

17.0

985,421,576

16.6

980,989,427

16.0

1,885,135,321

33.6

1,973,453,245

33.1

2,032,569,547

33.1

1,124,716,389

20.0

1,198,505,689

20.1

1,261,484,534

20.5

1,117,502,478 20.0
5,610,838,787 100.0

1,225,178,240 20.6
5,953,904,431 100.0

$1,264,249,356 . 20.6
6,143,028,133 100.0

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BEPORT OF THE COMPTBOLLER OF THE OUBBENOY.

The distribution and proportion of loans and discounts in the
banks of New York, in all central reserve cities, other reserve cities,
and in country banks are shown in the accompanying table:
Loans.
June 14,1912.

June 7,1911.

Banks in— '

June 4,1913.

Amount.
$903,566,433

All reserve cities
Country

16.1

$959,068,755

16.1

$886,966,804

14.4

1 1,338,814,875 23.8

New York
New York
Chicago
St. Louis
Other reserve cities

Per
cent.

1,409,950,769

23.6

1,315,735,177

21.4

Amount.

Per
cent.

Amount.

Per
cent.

1,496,311,535
...

..

26.7

1,580,419,537

26.5

1,640,317,608

26.7

2,835,126,410
2,775,712,377

50.5
49.5

2,990,370,306
2,963,534,125

50.1
49.9

2,956,052,785
3,186,975,348

48.1
51.9

5,953,904,431 100.0

6,143,028,133

100.0

5,610,838,787 100.0

Total. .

As about 15 per cent of the loans of all national banks are made by
banks located in the city of New York, the following statement is
of interest as showing the amount and character of loans by banks in
that city on comparable dates in 1908 to 1910, and also in 1911, 1912,
and 1913.
Loans and discounts.
On demand, paper
with one or more
i n d i v i d u a l or
firm names
On demand, secured by stocks,
bonds,and other
personal securities
On time, paper
w i t h t w o or
more individual
or firm names...
On time, singlename paper (one
person or firm),
without o t h e r
securities
On time, secured
by stocks,bonds,
and other personal securities,
or on real-estate
mortgages or
other liens on
realty
Total

Sept. 23,1908, Sept. 1,1909, Sept. 1,1910, June 7,1911, June 14,1912, June 4,1913,
36 banks.
39 banks.
40 banks.
37 banks.
38 banks.
37 banks.

$6,800,529

$7,708,853

$9,948,094

$9,356,484

$17,796,847

$13,486,717

374,548,964

385,430,495

328,145,065

331,736,688

326,897,301

302,904,035

146,194,094

145,989,671

176,608,890

177,331,562

171,791,524

178,030,288

132,737,553

163,098,915

170,708,005

197,030,419

219,172,889

189,754,147

245,372,335

223,425,689

188,470,806

188,111,280

223,410,194

202,791,617

905,653,475

925,653,623

873,880,860

903,566,433

959,068,755

886,966,804




EEPOBT OF THE OOMPTEOLLEB OF THE CUBRENCY.

7

The amount and class of loans of all national banks on approximate
dates in 1902 to 1910 and 1911 to 1913 are shown in the following
table:

On demand, paNum- per with
ber of
one or
banks. more individual or
firm names.

Date.

Sept. 15, 1902
Sept. 9,1903.
Sept. 6,1904.
Aug. 25, 1905.
Sept. 4,1906.
Aug. 22, 1907.
Sept. 23,1908
Sept. 1,1909.
Sept. 1,1910.
June 7,1911..
June 14, 1912.
June 4 1913..

4,601
5,042
5,412
5,757
6,137
6,544
6,853
6,977
7,173
7,277
7,372
7,473

Millions.
$237.3
283.1
279.8
320.1
374.7
428.2
395.9
441.5
524.3
529.7
571.3
603.7

On time,
On deOn time, secured by
stocks,
mand, se- On time,
singleand
cured by paper with name paper bonds,perother
stocks,
two or
(one person sonal secubonds, and more indi- or firm), rities, or on
other per- vidual or
without
sonal secu- firm names. other secu- mortgages
or other
rities.
rity.
real-estate
security.
Millions.
$706.9
717.3
818.9
854.1
828.0
832.9
922.7
957.3
939.1
953.8
985.4
980.9

LOANS MATURING IN

Millions.
$1,176.4
1,267.5
1,316.7
1,382.2
1,502.0
1,648.7
1,582.4
1,698.4
1,842.5
1,885.1
1,973.4
2,032.6

Millions.
$517.1
558.1
611.0
689.1
776.1
899.5
852.1
971.5
1,068.3
1,124. 7
1,198.5
1,261.5

90 D A Y S O R

Total.

Millions. Millions.
$642.4 $3,280.1
3,481.4
655.4
3,726.2
699.7
3,998.5
753.0
4,299.0
818.1
4,678.5
869.2
4,750.6
997.5
5,128.8
1,060.1
5,467.2
1,093.0
5,610.8
1,117.5
5,953.9
1,225.3
6,143.0
1,264.3

LESS.

In addition to the usual information submitted by national banks
in relation to the amount and character of their loans, national banks
were requested to segregate and report the amount of their loans
maturing in 90 days or less, from August 9, 1913. The information
desired was given by 7,096 of the 7,488 banks in operation on that
date. Of the total volume of loans of the reporting banks, stated
at $6,022,406,597, the paper running for 90 days or less aggregated
$3,428,055,157, or 56.92 percent. Of this short-time paper, 18J per
cent is on demand.
In the following statement is shown the amount of demand paper,
together with time paper of each class maturing in 90 days from the
date in question:
Classes.

A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.

Loans maturing in 90 days
or less.

On demand (one or more names)
On demand, secured by stocks, bonds, etc
On time (two or more names)
On time, single name, without other security
On time, secured by stocks, bonds, etc
Secured by real-estate mortgages, etc

$252,144,881
384,583,183
1,294,695,469
773,791,174
701,409,037
21,431,413

Total
Maturing in over 90 days
Total

3,428,055,157
2,594,351,440
6,022,406,597

For the purposes of comparison with the foregoing general statement, there is submitted herewith information relating to the amount
of each character of paper maturing in 90 days from August 9, and the
aggregate of all other paper reported by national banks in each of



REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

the three central reserve cities, in other reserve cities, and by country
banks:
Loans maturing in 90 days or less from August 9, 1913.
Central reserve cities,
52 banks.

New York,
36 banks.
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.

$6,196,249
19,759,293
73,754,071
52,386,018
44,740,103

$2,412,125
5,276,533
23,814,102
11,096,501
20,025,680
12,951

$15,613,363
153,397,816
223,095,915
180,163,467
185,852,604
525,627

197,044,598
131,979,772

62,637,892
46,524,081

758,648,792
616,445,995

936,908,444

Maturing in 90 days or less
Maturing in over 90 days
Total

$7,004,989
128,361,990
125,527,742
116,680,948
121,086,821
303,812
498,966,302
437,942,142

On demand (one or more names)
On demand, secured by stocks, bonds, etc..
On time (two or more names)
On time, single name, without other security
On time, secured by stocks, bonds, etc
Secured by real-estate mortgages, etc

Chicago,
9 banks.

329,024,370

109,161,973

1,375,094,787

St. Louis,
7 banks.

Other reserve Country banks, Total banks in
United States,
cities, 308.
6,736.
7,096.
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.

On demand (one or more names)
On demand, secured by stocks, bonds, etc
On time (two or more names)
On time, single name, without other security
On time, secured by stocks, bonds, etc
Secured by real-estate mortgages, etc

RESERVES

OF

$252,144,881
384,583,183
1,294,695,469
773,791,174
701,409,037
21,431,413

1,735,591,907
1,337,980,689

3,428,055,157
2,594,351,440

1,573,739,214

Total

$157,344,961
123,493,347
766,028,358
350,301,629
321,164,876
17,258,736

933,814,458
639,924,756

Maturing in 90 days or less
Maturing in over 90 days

$79,186,557
107,692,020
305,571,196
243,326,078
194,391,557
3,647,050

3,073,572,596

6,022,406,597

NATIONAL

BANKS.

Under the provisions of the act of May 30, 1908, national banks are
exempted from maintaining a reserve against United States deposits,
which are held to include not only deposits made by direction of the
Secretary of the Treasury, but deposits of United States disbursing
officers and postal savings funds, that is, all Government accounts
upon which interest is paid. In computing the reserve required and
held, to the net amount due to national and other banks is added dividends unpaid and individual deposits, and from the gross amount
so obtained the following deductions are made: Checks on other
banks in the same place, exchanges for clearing houses, and nationalbank notes. The remainder is the amount upon which the required
25 or 15 per cent reserve is determined. The 5 per cent redemption
fund is then deducted, leaving the net reserve required to be neld.
Under the law, national banks located in the central reserve cities
are required to maintain a reserve of 25 per cent, all of which must
be held in bank. The same percentage of reserve is required for
other reserve city banks, but one-half of the amount required may
be deposited with correspondents, in the central reserve cities. The
country bank requirement is 15 per cent, of which two-fifths must
be in bank, and three-fifths may be with correspondents in central
or other reserve city banks.
On November 26, 1912, against deposits subject to reserve requirements aggregating $7,034,844,399, banks held reserves of $1,431,275,556, or 20.35 per cent, the aggregate reserve held being $31,000,000
in excess of the legal requirement. Deposits subject to reserve in



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9

the three central reserve city banks were $1,521,666,703, reserve
required $380,416,675, reserve held $371,135,255, the average for
the three cities being 24.39 per cent. On the same date deposits of
other reserve city banks totaled $1,927,292,934; the reserve required
$481,823,233, and the reserve held $471,759,700, or 24.48 per cent.
The average for central and all7 other reserve city banks was 24.44
per cent. The country banks deposits on the same date were
$3,585,884,760; reserve "required $537,882,714, and the amount held
$588,380,600, or 16.41 per cent. On February 4 the central reserve
.city banks7 reserve averaged 25.58 per cent, other reserve city banks
25.09 per cent, making an average for the two classes 25.31 per cent.
The reserve for the country banks was 16.45 per cent, and the average
for all reporting banks 20.91 per cent. On April 4 the reserve in
central reserve city banks averaged 24.33 per cent, that of other reserve city banks 24.75 per cent, with an average for all reserve
city banks of 24.56 per cent. On the same date the country banks
held reserve at an average rate of 16.42 per cent, and all banks
20.44 per cent. The average reserve of the central reserve city
banks was at the maximum, 26.12 per cent, on June 4, while the
average for other reserve city banks was 24.83 per cent. The
country banks7 average rate had increased to 16.62 per cent, while
that of all banks was 20.95 per cent. The report for August 9, the
last of the year, shows that while the average rate for central reserve
cities was 25.41, that of New York was 26.42 per cent, against 22.92
and 22.93 per cent, respectively, for Chicago and St. Louis. In
other reserve city banks the average was 25.27 per cent, and the
average for all reserve city banks 25.33 per cent. The average rate
in country banks dropped to 16.23 per cent. Deposits in all banks
on this date were $7,096,690,068, the reserve required $1,414,601,768,
and the amount held $1,470,487,279, or 20.72 per cent.
While the law only permits a specific percentage of a bank's
reserve to be maintained elsewhere than in its own vaults, the excessive credits, not taken into consideration in computing the reserve
held, placed the banks in a better condition to meet liabilities than
would appear from the foregoing references to the percentages of
reserves held upon the dates indicated. With that condition in
view, there is submitted herewith a statement based upon the returns
for the five calls, showing the percentage of legal reserve as well as
the percentage available at date of each report in each and all classes
of banks:
Nov. 26,1912.
Class of banks.

Central reserve city b a n k s . . . s
Other reserve city banks
Country banks
All banks

Feb. 4,1913.

Apr. 4,1913.

June 4,1913.

Aug. { 1913.
),

Legal Avail- Legal Avail- Legal Avail- Legal Avail- Legal Available
able
able
able
able
rererererererererereserve. serve. serve. serve. serve. serve. serve. serve. serve. serve.
Perct. Perct. Perct. Perct. Perct. Perct. Perct. Perct. Perct. Perct.
24.39 24.39 25.58 25.58 24.33 24.33 26.12 26.12 25.41 25.41
24.48 26.05 25.09 28.13 24.75 26.65 24.83 26.50 25.27
27.48
16.41 22.52 16.45 23.01 16.42 22.40 16.62 21.78 16.23 21.57
20.35 23.89 20.91 24.99 20.44 23.99 20.95 24.02 20.72 24.01

Supplementing the preceding statement there is submitted herewith a table showing for each call from November 26, 1912, to August 9, 1913, the amounts and per cents of reserves held, and the




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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

excess or deficiency of reserve, by banks in the central reserve cities,
other reserve cities, and country banks in each geographical division of the country.
Amount of
reserve held.

Date of call.

Central reserve cities:
Nov. 26
Feb. 4
Apr. 4
June 4
Aug. 9
Other reserve cities:
Nov.26
Feb. 4
Apr. 4
June 4
Aug. 9
Total reserve cities:
Nov.26
Feb.4
Apr.4
June 4
Aug. 9

Percent
reserve
held.

Amount of
excess
reserve.

1

$371,135,255
429,225,430
387,491,954
409,601,424
411,454,004

24.39
25.58
24.33
26.12
25.41

471,759,700
496,227,297
488,611,168
483,188,605
475,447,359

24.48
25.09
24.75
24.83
25.27

110,063,533
1,797,414
14,953,621
13,285,009
5,035,534

842,894,956
925,452,727
876,103,122
892,785,029
886,901,362

24.44
25.31
24.56
25.41
25.33

119,344,954
11,477,982
115,691, 783
14,294,651
11,655,717

55,573,888
55,256,525
54,223,554
55,194,843
52,713,053

16.46
16.39
16.32
16.78
16.07

4,922,040
4,700,860
4,377,214
5,867,924
3,516,235

172,062,453
173,904,518
175,558,820
178,268,783
173,716,515
103,957,101
104,276,844
103,967,325
101,166,069
95,470,019

16.03
16.08
15.97
16.23
15.72

11,049,035
11,654,219
10,712,638
13,518,000
7,972,918

16.56
16.51
16.70
16.91
16.69

9,795,499
9,519,758
10,571,570
11,419,844
9,663,517

156,961,569
162,257,691
164,877,882
166,168,498
163,481,222

16.26
16.37
16.32
16.47
16.09

12,152,698
13,606,420
13,299,371
14,859,678
11,103,043

57,432,595
58,018,165
58,866,375
57,939,192
58,062,534

16.75
16.83
16.81
16.85
16.66

6,010,758
6,302,485
6,325,658
6,347,865
5,778,844

41,493,250
41,305,373
41,363,215
40,641,361
39,385,048

17.55
17.73
17.61
17.63
17.55

6,037,312
6,358,264
6,124,346
6,055,745
5,724,976

899,745
897,340
837,380
702,568
757,528

36.56
36.23
38.05
36.18
39.56

530,546
525,849
507,285
411,323
470,262

588,380,600
595,918,861
599,694,552
600,081,306
583,585,917

16.41
16.45
16.42
16.62
16.23

50,497,886
52,672,553
51,918,081
58,480,377
44,229,794

1,431,275,556
1,521,371,588
1,475,797,674
1,492,866,335
1,470,487,279

20.35
20.91
20.44
20.95
20.72

31,152,932
64,150,535
36,226,298
72,775,028
55,885,510

$9,281,420
9,680,568
10,738,162
17,579,660
6,620,184

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COUNTRY BANKS.

New England States:
Nov.26
Feb.4
Apr.4
June 4
Aug. 9
Eastern States:
Nov.26
,
Feb.4
Apr.4
June 4
Aug. 9
Southern States:
Nov.26
Feb.4
Apr.4
June 4
Aug. 9
Middle Western States:
Nov.26
Feb.4
Apr. 4
June 4
Aug. 9
Western States:
Nov.26
Feb.4
Apr.4
June 4
Aug. 9
Pacific States:
Nov.26
Feb.4
:..
Apr.4
June 4
Aug. 9
Hawaiian Islands:
Nov.26
Feb.4
Apr.4
June 4
Aug. 9
Total States:
Nov.26
Feb.4
Apr.4
June 4
Aug. 9
Total United States:
Nov.26
Feb.4..:
Apr.4
June 4
Aug. 9




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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

11

CHANGES IN LOANS, BONDS, CASH, AND DEPOSITS.

In addition to the general r6sum6 relating to the condition of the
banks of the country at date of various returns during the year, it
is of interest to note the changes in the principal assets and the
individual deposits in banks, and for that purpose there is submitted
herewith a statement by geographical divisions, showing the amount
of loans, bond investments, 'cash in bank, and individual deposits,
together with the averages for the year.
The table in question follows:
Changes in volume of principal assets and in deposits, by geographical

1912-1

[In thousands of dollars.]
Divisions and dates.
New England States:
Nov. 26,1912
Feb. 4, 1913
Apr. 4, 1913
June 4,1913
Aug. 9,1913
Average
Eastern States:
Nov. 26,1912
Feb. 4,1913
Apr. 4,1913
June 4,1913
Aug. 9, 1913
Average
Southern States:
Nov. 26, 1912
Feb. 4, 1913
Apr. 4, 1913
June 4,1913
Aug. 9, 1913
Average
Middle Western States:
Nov. 26,1912
Feb. 4,1913
Apr. 4, 1913
June 4, 1913
Aug. 9, 1913
Average
Western States:
Nov. 26,1912
Feb. 4,1913
Apr. 4, 1913
June 4,1913
Aug. 9, 1913
Average
Pacific States:
Nov. 26, 1912
Feb. 4,1913
Apr. 4, 1913
June 4,1913
Aug. 9,1913
Average

Loans.

Cash and
Bonds, etc. cash items. Individual
deposits.

$516,379
507,497
504,949
507,379
496,140

$164,449
163,826
167,498
167,770
169,419

$75,503
78,912
73,163
78,583
67,343

$507,844
504,506
495,261
509,462
487,620

506,469

166,592

74,701

500,938

2,200,969
2,273,475
2,256,449
2,240,838
2,276,924

821,451
827,080
829,237
834,913
830,234

638,979
691,942
630,217
656,130
539,154

2,225,665
2,238,868
2,223,748
2,221,986
2,110,703

2,249,731

828,583

631,284

2,204,194

808,610
806,667
806,532
806,351
812,345

193,330
194,782
197,062
198,903
201,756

89,024
90,508
89,239
90,882
77,994

737,017
743,226
734,658
715,053
678,449

808,101

197,166

87,529

721,680

1,697,527
1,713,786
1,767,768
1,742,027
1,745,709

436,697
441,237
445,335
444,315
447,345

289,642
312,745
296,820
310,650
289,977

1,572,096
1,596,898
1,604,506
1,609,998
1,603,854

1,733,363

442,986

299,967

1,597,470

400,598
396,577
401,138
405,185
406,427

100,765
100,923
100,379
100,644
100,778

55,239
56,289
57,823
57,249
55,514

440,814
441,120
445,022
441,203
439,318

401,985

100,698

56,423

441,495

433,351
425,479
439,509
439,467
429,232

141,729
140,862
141,438
142,151
142,010

72,192
81,383
74,535
69,687
68,232

459,132
458,821
463,569
453,882
439,478

433,407

141,638

73,206

454,976

Island possessions:
Nov. 26,1912
Feb. 4,1913
Apr. 4,1913
June 4, 1913
Aug. 9,1913

1,548
1,548
1,751
1,781
1,778

995
995

710
710
708
5^3
610

1,993
1,993
2,023
1,877
1,916

Average

1,681

662

1,9




992

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Information comparable with the foregoing but classified to show
the fluctuations in banks in central reserve and other reserve cities
in the country appears in the table following. It will be noted that
the deposits in the central reserve cities were at the maximum on
February 4, 1913, and at the low point on August 9, falling from
$1,030,956,000 in February to $900,260,000 in August. The low
point in cash holdings was reached by other reserve city banks in
August, while their deposits were at the maximum on June 4. Individual deposits in country banks were at the high point on April 4,
and lowest during the period in question on November 26, 1912,
while the cash holdings were highest on June 4 and lowest on August
9. The average individual deposits in the central reserve city banks,
based on the five reports of the year, were $982,607,000, and the
average amount of cash and cash items $567,648,000. The average
deposits in other reserve city banks were $1,403,843,000, and the
cash and cash items $331,827,000, while the average deposits in
country banks were $3,536,265,000, and their average holdings of
cash and cash items $324,298,000.
Loans, bonds, cash, and individual deposits of national banks at date of each call from
Nov. 26, 1912, to Aug. 9, 1913, inclusive, in central reserve cities, and other reserve
cities, and the country, together with the average for each section, 1912-13,
[In thousands of dollars.]
Loans.

Central reserve cities:
Nov. 26, 1912
Feb. 4, 1913
Apr. 4, 1913
June 4, 1913
Aug. 9, 1913

Cash and
Bonds, etc.! cash items.! Individual
deposits.

$1,298,170
1,387,574
1,359,189
1,315,735
1,375,094

$300,218
306,933
298,914
300,689
300,800

$573,774
629,157
563,690
585,274
486,345

$1,021,533
1,030,956
984,707
975,581
900,260

Average

1,347,132

301,511

567,648

982,607

Other reserve cities:
Nov. 26, 1912....
Feb. 4,1913
Apr. 4, 1913
June 4, 1913
Aug. 9, 1913

1,629,264
1,622,851
1,648,673
1,640,317
1,597,647

431,354
432,535
440,486
439,218
430,528

325,852
353,646
331,773
343,220
304,645

1,412,616
1,412,197
1,417,724
1,435,930
1,340,747

Average

1,627,750

434,824

331,827

1,403,843

3,131,546
3,114,602
3,170,232
3,186,975
3,195,813

1,127.843
1,130,235
1,142,541
1,149,779
1,161,206

321,663
329,685
327,050
335,259
307,833

3,510,411
3,542,278
3,566,355
3,541,950
3,520,331

3,159,834

1,142,321

324,298 j

3,536,265

Country banks:
Nov. 26, 1912
Feb. 4, 1913
Apr. 4, 1913
June 4, 1913
Aug. 9, 1913
Average

SAVINGS DEPOSITORS AND DEPOSITS IN NATIONAL BANKS.

By reason of the strong competition for deposits and incidentally
the payment of higher rates of interest on savings than on other
accounts on the part of trust companies and other State banking
institutions, the establishment of savings departments or the payment of interest on savings accounts by national banks has notably
increased until at the present time about 45 per cent of the banks
have taken that action, as shown by the reports relating to the number and volume of savings accounts.



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The number of savings depositors or savings deposit accounts
increased from 2,773,684 on November 26, 1912, to 3,020,831 on
August 9, 1913, and funds to the credit of these depositors from
$776,481,362 in November, 1912, to $824,476,995 in June last,
altliough by August 9 there was a decline, as in the case of other
deposits, when the amount of these accounts had fallen to $820,639,410,
Notwithstanding this decline in volume there was a net increase
during the year in savings accounts of $44,158,049. The average
ameunt of savings deposits, based on the five returns for the year,
is shown to have been $808,964,471, representing approximately
13.66 per cent of the average of all individual deposits. The average savings account is estimated at $265.
"Based on the August 9 returns, the greatest amount, as well as
the highest percentage of savings deposits, was held by national
banks located in the Eastern States. In this section 17.76 per cent
of all deposits are savings. The percentage in the banks in the
Southern States is 15.38, Middle Western States 13.20, the New
England States 12.21, and the Pacific States, including Hawaii, 11.02.
The number of savings depositors, amount of savings deposits,
together with the average savings account based on the reports for
the current year, are shown in the following table:
Number of savings depositors and amount of savings deposits in national banks.

Date.

Nov. 26.1912
Feb. 4, 1913..
Apr. 4, 1913..
June 4, 1913..
Aug. 9, 1913..

Number
of reporting
banks.
7,420
7,425
7,440
7,473
7,488

Number
reporting Number of
savings depositors.
deposits.
3,331
3,332
3,372
3,416
3,421

Amount of
deposits.

Average
deposit.

2, 773,684 $776,481,362.49
2,832,875 807.714,126.67
2,918,546 815,590,460.80
2,965,532 824,476,995.42
3,020,831 820.639,410.68

$280.00
285.21
279.50
278.07
205.50

CLASSIFICATION OF NATIONAL BANKS BY CAPITAL STOCK.

In another part of this report there is a table in which national
banks are classified according to capital stock and by* States and
geographical divisions. The banks are divided into the following
classes: Those of $25,000, over $25,000 and less than $50,000, $50,000
and less than $100,000, $100,000 and less than $250,000, $250,000 and
less than $1,000,000, $1,000,000 and less than $5,000,000, and
$5,000,000 and over. The classification in question is based upon
the returns for August 9 and includes 7,488 banks. There are a
limited number of banks with capital of over $25,000 and less than
,$50,000, and although all banks with capital of less than $50,000
represent 32.34 per cent in number, the capital represented is but
6.07 per cent of the aggregate. Banks with capital from $50,000
and over but less than $250,000 number 4,383, or 58.54 per cent,
while the capital represented by these banks is 36.10 of the aggregate.
There are 665 banks with capital ranging from $250,000 and over but
less than $5,000,000. In number these banks represent 8.88 per
cent and in capital 41.26 per cent of the total capital. There are 18
banks with capital of $5,000,000 or over, less than one-fourth, of 1



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per cent of the banks in operation, but representing 16.57 per cent
of the aggregate capital.
Number of national banks, classified by capital (paid in), on Aug. 9, 1913.
Class.

Number. Percent.

$25,000
Over $25,000 and less than $50,000
$50,000 and less than $100,000
$100,000 and less than $250,000....
$250,000 and less than $1,000,000..
$1,000,000 and less than $5,000,000.
$5,000,000 and over

2,037
385
2,339
2,044
506
159
18

Grand total

74
,

Amount.

Per cent.

27.20
5.14
31.24
27.30
6.76
2.12
.24

$51,082,061
12,978,450
125,199,220
256,198,125
201,882,230
234,005,700
175,000,000

4.84
• 1.23
11.85
24.25
19.11
22.15
16.57

100.00

1,056,345,786

100.00

RELATION OF CAPITAL TO DEPOSITS, ETC., OF NATIONAL BANKS.

The capital of the banks in relation to individual deposits, to loans,
and to aggregate resources, as well as the relation of capital and other
profits to individual deposits, and the amount of specie and legal
tenders to individual deposits, are shown in the following tables for
comparable dates in the years 1910 to 1913, inclusive. As will be
noted the relation of the various items changes but slightly from
year to year.
The table in question follows:
Items.

1910

1911

1912

1913

Capital to individual deposits
Capital to loans.
Capital to aggregate resources
Capital and surplus and other profits to
individual deposits
Specie and legal tenders to individual
deposits

$1.00 to $5.13
1.00 to 5.45
1.00 to 9.80

$1.00 to $5.35
1.00 to 5.52
1.00 to 10.12

$1.00 to $5.63
1.00 to 5.77
1.00 to 10.48

$1.00 to $5.45
1.00 to 5.84
1.00 to 10.30

1.00 to 2.74

1.00 to 2.84

1.00 to 2.96

1.00 to 2.82

1.00 to 6.04

1.00 to 6.14

1.00 to 6.58

1.00 to 6.41

BOND AND OTHER SIMILAR INVESTMENTS BY NATIONAL BANKS.

Excluding premium on United States bonds, stated at $6,876,636,
the national banks' investments in United States bonds and other
similar securities represented 17 per cent of the aggregate assets as
shown by the returns for the call of June 4 last. The total of these
investments is $1,882,812,145, the increase from the amount held on
the corresponding date in 1912 being $1,853,825,171. Investments
in United States bonds aggregated $788,626,560, of which $735,226,870 was held by the Treasurer of the United States as security
for circulation and $47,061,690 as security for public deposits. In
addition the banks hold unpledged United States bonds to the amount
of $6,338,000. The next important investment is in railroad bonds,
which amount to $345,204,195. Other public service corporation
bonds are listed in the sum of $197,459,668, while the investment in
State, county, and municipal bonds totals $175,345,382.
As will be noted by reference to the table following, showing in
detail the investments of the banks in bonds and other securities,
$1,094,185,585 is the total of these securities, exclusive of United
States bonds.




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The table follows:
Class.

June 14,1912.

June 4, 1913.
$175,345,382
345,204,195
197,459,668
220,120,541
52,085,149
38,902,358
43,597,930
17,960,704
3,509,658
1,094,185,585

721,395,970
46,273,660
8,372, 540

Total bonds other than United States
United States bonds to secure circulation
United States bonds to secure United States deposits
United States bonds on hand

$179,322,004
354,321,271
195,452,530
223,500,814
43,097,143
37,884,505
31,163,415
8,615,102
4,426,217
1,077,783,001

State, county, and municipal bonds
Railroad bonds
Other public service corporation bonds
All other bonds
Stocks (presumably taken for debt)
Warrants, claims, judgments, etc
Various securities with the Treasury as security for public deposits
Foreign Government bonds
Other foreign bonds and securities

735,226,870
47,061,690
6,338,000

Total United States bonds

776,042,170

788,626,560

Total bonds of all classes 1

1,853,825,171

1,882,812,145

i Premium on United States bonds amounting to $6,876,636.89 not included.
PRODUCTIVITY OF LOANS AND BOND INVESTMENTS.

As the income of banks is obtained almost wholly from interest on
loans and the return upon bonds and other securities, a statement is
submitted herewith indicating the percentage of gross earnings of the
banks as reported for the year ended June 30 to the volume of loans
and investments reported by the banks on August 9, the next succeeding call. As will be noted, computations are made for each geographical division of the country. The total amount representing
loans and investments is shown to be $8,061,090,393, and the gross
earnings of the banks $499,252,336, or 6.19 per cent. The highest
percentage returned is that obtained by the banks in the western
division, viz, 8.33, and the lowest the Eastern States, 5.62. The rate
in the New England States is 5.88.
In the accompanying table is shown the amount of loans, other
investments, gross earnings of the banks, and the percentage of gross
earnings to total investments for each geographical division:
Total investment.

$169,419,358
830,234,713
201,756,237
447,345,080
100,777,797
142,009,779
991,904

$665,558,965
3,107,158,620
1,014,101,470
2,193,054,867
507,204,322
571,242,640
2,769,509

$39,167,912
174,578,785
70,878,1537
133,234,332
42,236,192
38,977,549
179,029

5.88
5.62
6.99
6.08
8.33
6.82
6.46

6,168,555,525

1,892,534,868

8,061,090,393

499,252,336

6.19

Loans.

New England States
Eastern States
Southern States
Middle Western States
Western States
Pacific States
Hawaii
Total

PERCENTAGE

Per cent
of gross
earnings
Gross earnings. to total
investment.

Bonds, etc.

$496,139,607
2,276,923,907
812,345,233
1,745,709,787
406,426,525
429,232,861
1,777,605

Divisions.

OF

PRINCIPAL ITEMS OF ASSETS
NATIONAL BANKS.

AND

LIABILITIES

OF

Based upon conditions for a series of years it appears that approximately 70 per cent of the banks' assets are represented by loans and
discounts, United States bonds, and lawful money, and a like percentage of liabilities by capital, surplus and other profits, and individual



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deposits. As will be noted by reference to the table following, loans
and discounts represent 56.9 per cent, United States bonds 7.3 per
cent, lawful money in bank 8.3 per cent of the total assets, and that
' the capital represents 9.7 per cent, surplus and profit 9.1 per cent, and
individual deposits 53 per cent of the liabilities, as shown by the
returns on August 9:
Items.

Loans and discounts.
United States bonds.
Lawful money
Total
Capital
Surplus and profits..
Individual deposits.
Total

1904

1905

1906

1907

1908

1909

1910

1911

1912

1913

Per ct. Per ct. Per ct. Per ct. Per ct. Per ct. Per ct. Per ct. Per ct. Per ct.
53.4
54.0
56.1
52.9
53.9
53.5
55.6
54.5
55.1
56.9
7.9
7.9
7.9
7.4
7.8
7.6
7.5
7.4
7.1
7.3
7.2
8.4
9.6
8.9
7.8
9.5
8.1
8.9
8.6
8.3
68.5

70.2

69.6

72.4

70.5

70.6

72.0

70.5

70.3

72.5

11.0
9.8
49.6

10.7
8.3
51.1

10.4
8.4
52.4

10.7
8.8
51.5

10.2
8.5
50.4

9.8
8.4
52.3

10.2
8.9
52.4

9.9
8.7
52.9

53.8

8. i

9.7
9.1
53.0

70.4

70.1

71.2

70.9

69.1

70.5

71.5

71.5

71.9

71.8

DEVELOPMENT IN NATIONAL BANKING.

The development of national banking is graphically portrayed in
the accompanying table relating to the combined capital and surplus,
the individual deposits, deposits of every character, circulation
reported outstanding, loans and discounts, and lawful money in bank.
Tne table in question covers the years beginning February 6, 1903,
and closing August 9, 1913. Without an exception, the combined
capital and surplus of the banks steadily increased from call to call
during this period, the net increase being $699,300,000, or from
$1,082,400,000 to $1,781,700,000. The increase in capital and surplus was attended by a notable increase in circulation from $335,200,000 in February, 1903, to $627,600,000 in February, 1908. It
will be noted that between May, 1907, and February, 1908, circulation
increased approximately $80,000,000, a material portion of which was
issued as a result of the efforts of the Treasury Department to meet
extraordinary demands for currency during the panic by increasing
public deposits with the banks, contingent upon their increasing their
note issues. By November, 1908, however, the banks retired a portion of their issues, the reduction during that period amounting to
$28,300,000. Early in 1909 2 per cent consols declined to 101|, and
at the close of that year were held at from par to 102. This same
range prevailed during 1911 and 1912. The market price of these
bonds w^as at or above par up to July, 1913, when there was a drop to
97.09. The average net price in October last was 96.63. As the
price of bonds declines the profit on the issue of circulation secured
thereby increases. It was thus inevitable that the banks would
increase their circulating-note issues, and the returns show that
between the fall of 1908 and August, 1913, the increase was, roundly,
$25,200,000.
Normal increases are shown with seasonal fluctuations in the volume of individual deposits and of aggregate deposits upon which the
reserve required is determined. The increase of individual deposits
in this ten-year period was from $3,159,500,000 to $5,761,300,000, and
aggregate deposits from $4,580,900,000 to $7,948,600,000.
Loans and discounts approximating in volume individual deposits,
Digitized forwhile indicating seasonal fluctuations as in the case of deposits, show
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generally increases from report to repoit, the increase during this
period being from $3,386,600,000 to $6,186,900,000. While, as stated,
the volume of individual deposits and loans and discounts generally
bear the same relative proportion to aggregate liabilities and assets,
respectively, a notable exception appears in the returns for August
last, on which date the loans and discounts exceeded the deposits by
$425,600,000, and while the proportion of individual deposits to
aggregate liabilities is about normal, the proportion of loans and discounts to assets was greater than at any other time during this tenyear period, the percentage being 56.9, against the previous high
point of 56.1, in 1907.
This over-expanded condition, however, was relieved by the action
of the Secretary of the Treasury in increasing the deposits of public
moneys with depositary banks to the extent of about $34,000,000,
mainly in the aid of crop movements. Between August 9 and October 31 the banks' liabilities to the Government increased from
$57,304,000 to $98,069,000.
As will be noted, the proportion of specie and legal tenders to individual deposits under normal conditions fluctuates between 15 and
19 per cent. In the fall of 1906 the proportion fell to 14.43 per cent,
but was above that point at ever)7 subsequent report, although the
percentage in November, 1912, was but 14.45, and in April, 1913,
14.88. In June and August, 1913, the percentages were 15.35 and
15.6r, respectively. The percentage of lawful money to aggregate
deposits ranged generally from 11 per cent to about 13 per cent, but
it will be noted that there was a drop to ten and a fraction in the fall
of 1906 and spring of 1907, and again in November, 1912, and April,
1913. In June and August of the last-named year the proportions
were 11.22 per cent and 11.31 per cent, respectively. With the exception of the returns for September, 1906, when the percentage dropped
to 13.99, the proportion of lawful money to loans and discounts
exceeded 14 per cent, occasionally but rarely reaching 18 per cent.
The table referred to is submitted herewith.
Capital and surplus, individual deposits, aggregate deposits, amount of circulation outstanding, loans and discounts (including overdrafts), specie and legal tenders, together
with the percentage of specie and legal tenders to individual deposits, all deposits, and to
loans and discounts of national banks, as shown by their returns for each call from February, 1903, to August, 1918.
[Amounts in millions of dollars.]

Date.

Loans
and discounts,
including
overdrafts.

Capital
and
surplus.

Percent- ! Percentage of | age of
specie
specie
Specie • and legal i and legal
ad legal tenders 1 tenders
to indi- to aggregate
vidual
deposits. deposits.

Percentage of
specie
and legal
tenders
to loans
and discounts.

—
1903.
Feb. 6
Apr. 9
June 9
Sept. 9
Nov. 17

1,082.4
1,088.9
1,102.6
1,124.1
1,133.8

3,159.5
3,168.3
3,201.0
3,156.3
3,176.2

4,580.9
4,535.5
4,561.9
4,533.4
4,503.7

3,386.6
3,433.1
3,442.3
3,508.6
3,476.5

570.6
536.2
552.2
554.3
520.6

18.06
16.92
17.25
17.56
16.39

12.46
11.84
12.11
12.23
11.56

16.85
15.62
16.04
15.80
14.98

1904.
Jan. 22
Mar. 28
June 9
Sept. 6
Nov. 10

1,151.4
1,151.1
1,157.0
1,167.3
1,176.0 J

3,300.6
3,254.5
3,312.4
3,458.2
3,707.7

4,788.6
4,798.9
4,836.0
5,131.2
5,332.1

3,511.6
3,575.7
3,621.8
3,757.9
3,827.6

614 6
617.5
658.4
661.5
642.1

18.62
18.97
19.88
19.13
17.32

12.84
12.87
13.60
12.89
12.04

17.50
17.27
18.18
17.60
16.78


13420°—CUR 1913

18

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLEB OF THE CURRENCY.

Capital and surplus, individual deposits, aggregate deposits, amount of circulation outstanding, loans and deposits, etc.—Continued.
[Amounts in millions of dollars.]

Date.

Percentage of
Loans
Amount and disspecie
Capital Individ- Aggre- of circu- counts,
Specie and legal
gate
lation including and legal tenders
ual
and
outtenders. to indisurplus. deposits. deposits.
overstanding. drafts.
vidual
deposits.

Percentage of
specie
and legal
tenders
to aggregate
deposits.

Percentage of
specie
and legal
tenders
to loans
and discounts.

1905.
Jan. 11
Mar. 14
May 29
Aug. 25
Nov. 9

1,183.1
1,191.4
1,205.0
1,217.6
1,229.1

3,612.5
3,777.5
3,783.7
3,820.7
3,989.5

5,257.0
5,427.2
5,407.5
5,508.6
5,556.6

424.3
431.0
445.5
469.0
485.5

3,771.9
3,888.2
3,929.5
4,028.4
4,071.2

670.0
641.2
649.3
665.6
622.1

18.55
16.97
17.16
17.42
15.59

12.74
11.81
12.10
12.08
11.19

17.76
16.49
16.52
16.52
15.28

1906.
Jan. 29
Apr. 6
June 18
Sept. 4
Nov.. 12

1,257.6
1,265.8
1,275.0
1,325.3
1,352.1

4,088.4
3,978.5
4,055.6
4,199.3
4,289.8

5,747.8
5,611.0
5,692.8
5,897.8
6,031.5

498.2
505.5
510.9
518.0
537.0

4,118.3
4,176.0
4,236.9
4,331.5
4,419.8

668.3
620.5
651.2
606.0
634.6

16.35
15.60
16.06
14.43
14.79

11.62
11.06
11.44
10.30
10.52

16.23
14.86
15.37
13.99
14.36

1907.
Jan. 26
Mar. 22
Mav 20
Aug. 22
Dec. 3

1,385.9
1,396.9
1,418.5
1,444.8
1,451.3

4,115.6
4,269.5
4,322.9
4,319.0
4,176.7

5,952.4
6,061.0
6,190.4
6,076.6
5,800.6

545.5
543.3
547.9
551.9
601.8

4,505.2
4,572.6
4,664.0
4,709.0
4,622.9

695.5
656.2
691.6
701.6
760.8

16.90
15.37
16.00
16.24
18.21

11.68
10.82
11.17
11.55
13.12

15.44
14.35
14.83
14.90
16.46

1908.
Feb. 14
May 14
Julv 15
Sept. 23
Nov. 27

1,460.0
1,467.4
1,483.1
1,487.0
1,489.2

4,105.8
4,312.7
4,374.6
4,548.1
4,720.3

5,924.4
6,188.2
6,330.5
6,617.3
6,804.5

627.6
614.1
613.7
613.7
599.3

4,452.0
4,551.7
4,640.4
4,781.5
4,879.3

788.4
861.3
849.0
868.4
844.8

19.20
19.97
19.41
19.09
17.90

13.31
13.92
13.41
13.12
12.41

17.71
18.92
18.30
18.16
17.31

1909.
Feb. 5
Apr. 28
June 30
Sept. 1
Nov. 16

1,510.9
1,521.1
1,527.8
1,542.6
1,557.2

4,699.7
4,826.1
4,898.6
5,009.9
5,120.4

6,836.2
6,934.3
7,009.2
7,079.6
7,059.1

615.3
636.4
641.3
658.0
668.4

4,869.8
4,987.7
5,061.2
5,158.4
5,190.7

860.1
878.6
885.9
854.1
804.9

18.30
18.20
18.09
17.05
15.72

12.58
12.67
12.64
12.06
11.40

17.66
17.61
17.50
16.56
15.51

1910.
Jan. 31
Mar. 29
June 30
Sept. 1
Nov. 10

1,580.0
1,599.7
1,634.4
1,651.0
1,656.7

5,190.8
5,227.*9
5,287.2
5,145.7
5,304.8

7,208.3
7,265.3
7,257.0
7,140.8
7,261.2

667.5
669.2
675.6
674.8
680.4

5,263.5
5,464.0
5,455.9
5,496.7
5,497.7

833.1
834.9
820.8
851.7
816.1

16.05
15.97
15.52
16.55
15.38

11.56
11.49
11.31
11.93
11.24

15.83
15.28
15.04
15.49
14.84

1911.
Jan. 7
Mar. 7
June 7
Sept. 1
Dec. 5

1,673.1
1,677.3
1,691.6
1,695.5
1,699.3

5,113.2
5,304.6
5,478.0
5,490.0
5,536.0

7,156.9
7,576.3
7,675.7
7,628.1
7,675.4

684.1
680.7
681.7
697.0
702.6

5,443.1
5,588.1
5,634.2
5,690.6
5,695.1

856.3
908.0
946.3
895.5
862.8

16.75
17.12
17.28
16.31
15.59

11.96
11.99
12.33
11.74
11.24

15.73
16.25
16.80
15.74
15.15

1912.
Feb. 20
Apr. 18
June 14
Sept. 4
Nov. 26

1,716.8
1,725.1
1,727.6
1,747.0
1,747.1

5,630.6
5,712.1
5,825.5
5,891.7
5,944.6

8,067.7
8,015.5
8,064.2
8,129.7
8,109.3

704.2
707.0
708.7
713.8
721.5

5,834.3
5,902.0
5,973.8
6,061.0
6,085.5

950.5
931.7
945.2
896.0
859.1

16.88
16.31
16.23
15.21
14,45

11.78
11.61
11.72
11.02
10.59

16.29
15.79
15.82
14.78
14.12

1913
Feb. 4
Apr. 4
June 4
Aug. 9

1,766.2
1,771.9
1,777.5
1,781.7

5,985.4
5,968.8
5,953.5
5,761.3

8,361.0
8,227.8
8,143.9
7,948.6

717.5
719.0
722.1
724.5

6,147.3
6,198.2
6,162.0
6,186.9

933.4
888.3
914.0
899.2

15.59
14.88
15.35
15.61

11.16
10.80
11.22
11.31

15.18
14.33
14.83
14.53

Aggregate deposits include: Due to other national banks, due to State banks and bankers, due to trust
companies and savings banks, due to approved reserve agents, dividends unpaid, individual deposits,
United States deposits, postal savings deposits, deposits of United States disbursing officers.




19

BEPOET OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

BONDED DEBT OF THE UNITED STATES AND NATIONAL-BANK HOLDINGS.

At the close of the year ended October 31, 1913, the bonded debt
of the United States available as security for national-bank circulation
was as follows: Consols of 1930 (twos) $646,250,150, loan of 1908
(threes) $63,945,460, loan of 1925 (fours) $118,489,900, Panama
Canal loans of 1906 and 1908 (twos) $84,631,980. The bonds
unavailable as security for circulation are the Panama Canal loan
(threes) issued to the amount of $50,000,000 and postal savings
bond (two-and-a-halfs), of which five series "have been issued aggregating $3,506,000. Of the bonds available as security for circulation, there are on deposit $743,513,990. In addition to the bonds
deposited as security for circulation the Treasury holds like securities
to the amount of $23,604,100 as security for public deposits. As
the Treasury holds in the aggregate $113,218,833 in bonds of various
classes and commercial paper as security for jpublic deposits, it
•appears that $89,614,733 is the amount of securities held in addition
to United States bonds. The latest returns show that the national
banks7 investments in United States bonds represent 80 per cent
of the bonded debt of the United States.
The Government bonded debt in detail, together with the amount
and kinds of Government bonds on deposit to secure circulation and
Government deposits, the issues of postal savings bonds, and various
other bonds, etc., held as security for public deposits, are shown in
the following table:
Interest-bearing bonded debt of the United States and bonds on deposit to secure nationalbank circulation and Government deposits, Oct. 31, 1913.

Class.

Bonded debt.

$646,250,150
Consols of 1930 (twos)
63,945,460
Loan, 1908-1918 (threes)
118,489,900
Loan, 1925 (fours)
Panama Canal loan:
54,631,980
Series of 1906 (twos)
30,000,000
Series of 1908 (twos)
50,000,000
Series of 1911 (threes)
Philippine loans and railway bonds (fours)
Porto Rico loans (fours)
District of Columbia bonds (three-sixty-fives)
Territory of Hawaii bonds (various)
State, city, and railroad bonds (various)
Postal savings bonds (two-and-a-halfs), 1911-1913 (first, second,
2,389,120
third, and fourth series)
1,116,880
Postal savings bonds (two-and-a-halfs), 1913-1933 (fifth series).
Total

DEPOSITS AND WITHDRAWALS

j 966,823,490

Bonds on
deposit to
secure
circulation.

Bonds on
deposit to
secure
Government
deposits.

$604,264,950
22,245,100
35,302,700

$13,510,700
4,146,200
4,037,700

52,915,100
28,786,140

1,287,500
622,000
17,745,200
6,773,000
1,821,000
933,000
2,012,000
60,330,533

743,513,990

113,218,833

OF BONDS DURING THE

YEAR.

The aggregate amount of bonds received, for deposit as security
for circulation, exclusive of deposits in substitution for a like amount
withdrawn, was $40,241,510, of which $2,748,840 was deposited by
banks chartered in the year and $37,492,670 by other banks for the
purpose of increasing their circulation. Bonds to the amount of $20,767,990 were withdrawn by banks upon the deposit of lawful money



20

KEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

for the purpose of retiring a corresponding amount of circulation.
The withdrawal of bonds by reason of liquidations amounted to
$6,104,330, and of the bonds on deposit by insolvent banks $120,000
were withdrawn and disposed of as provided by law, thus making the
total withdrawals $26,992,320, or an excess of deposit over withdrawal of bonds of $13,249,190.
The transactions during each month of the year are shown in the
accompanying table:
Statement relative to the amount of United States bonds deposited as security for circulation
by banks chartered and by those increasing their circulation, together with amount of
bonds iviihdrawn by banks reducing circulation and by those closed, during each month
ended Oct. 31, 1913.

Date.

November .
December..
January
February...
March
April
May
Juno
July
August
September.
October

1912.

1913.

Bonds de- Bonds
Bonds
Bonds
Bonds
posited by posited de- withdrawn withdrawn
withby
banks
drawn,
banks
by banks
chartered increasing by banks in liquida- banks in
reducing
during the circulation. circulation.
insoltion.
year.
vency.

$82,750 $1,925,250
220,000 1,901,950
732,750
131,730
675,500
768,100
046,700
466,200
503,290
390,500
577,300
373,400

2,748,840

Total

295,760
340,050
237,510
366,760
514,500
226,260
130,250
145,750
114,500
74,750

37,492,670

$573,600
617,740

$325,000
326,250

715,750
203,950
067,010
923,250
531,450
049,000
203,540
696,200
438,750
747,750

1,584,250
507,500
100, 750
452,300
1,050,010
552,010
297,500
387,500
488,000
33,260

20,767,990 ! 6,104,330

$90,000

30,000

120,000

EARNINGS AND DIVIDENDS OF NATIONAL BANKS.

To the shareholders of national banks from a dividend standpoint
the year ended June 30, 1913, was quite satisfactory, as from net
earnings totaling $160,980,084 dividends were paid to the amount of
$119,906,050, or at the rate of 11.4 per cent, as against an average
rate of 11.01 per cent for the prior five years, and only twenty-six
hundredths of 1 per cent less than the average for 1912. The net
earnings exceeded those for 1912 by $11,923,481, although the amount
of dividends paid was less by $394,822. Dividends based on capital
and surplus averaged 6.75 per cent for the year, while the net earnings
to capital and surplus were 9.06 per cent.
On capital of $1,051,720,675 and on capital and surplus combined
of $1,776,992,857, the banks' gross earnings were $499,252,336,
against which losses and premiums were written off to the amount of
$53,756,372, together with expenses and taxes of $284,515,880. Upon
comparison with corresponding returns for 1912 it is seen that the
gross earnings, based on capital and surplus, have increased a fraction
in excess of 2 per cent, and the net earnings 'approximately one-half
of 1 per cent.
In the accompanying table will be found data relating to the amount
and per cent of dividends paid by national banks in each geographical
division, together with the amount of capital and surplus of banks



REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

21

reporting their earnings, and the relative proportion of surplus to
capital. As will be noted, the highest dividend rate (15.08 per cent)
was paid by the banks in the western division, and that the lowest,
exclusive of Hawaii, was paid by banks in the New England States,
viz, 8.61 per cent. The surplus of the banks approximated 70 per
cent of their capital, ranging in continental divisions from the minimum of 47.77 per cent in the western division to the maximum of
103.61 per cent in the eastern.
The table in question follows:
Capital, surplus, amount and per cent of dividends paid by national banks in each
geographical division for the year ended June. 1913.

Number i Capital stock.
of banks.

Divisions.

New England Stales...
Eastern States
Southern States
Middle Western States
Western States
Pacific States
Hawaii
Total

Surplus.

Per cent
of surplus to
capital.

Per cent

Amount of
dividends
paid.

of dividends to
capital.

$63,282,552
350,561.370
89,683,676
145,424,562
34,195.228
41,859,372
265.. 422

62.39
103.61
52.44
51.61
47.77
48.14
43.51

$8,730,919
41,135, 784
19,172 007
29,647 178
10,793 546
10,381 416
45 200

8.61
12.16
11.21
10.52
15.08
11.94
7.41

7.404 ! 1.051.720 675

|

$101,436 700
338,349, 675
171,029 900
281:753 100
71.582 500
86,958 800
610 000

725.272,182

68.96

119.906 050

11.40

453
1,650
1.486
2,048
1.259
504
4

i
!
!
j
!
\

Following the abstracts of reports of earnings and dividends of
national banks for the current year, appearing in the appendix is a
condensed statement relating to the capital, surplus, and earnings and
dividends for each year from 1869 to 1913, inclusive, together with
the amount of aggregate earnings and dividends for the 44 years,
from which it will be noted that upon the average capital and surplus
of $633,132,322 and $265,033,657, respectively, the annual earnings
averaged $76,664,139 and the dividends $58,568,695. The percentage
of earnings to capital and surplus was 8.65, dividends, 6.52, and dividends to capital alone, 9.25. The entire net earnings as reported
were $3,417,222,128 and the dividends $2,577,022,602, the latter
amount being equivalent to 245 per cent of the capital as reported on
June 30, 1913.
NATIONAL-BANK SHAREHOLDERS.

The number of national banks, the amount of capital, the number
of shareholders and the average number of shares owned by each
shareholder on July 7, 1913, are shown in the following table. A very
few National banks converted from State banks have shares of stock
of a par value of less or more than $100, but in preparing this table
all shares of stock are regarded as having a par value of $100; that is,
a shareholder owning two shares of stock in a national bank, the par
value being $50, is assumed to be the owner of one share of the par
value of $100.
It will be observed that the average number of shares held b}^ each
shareholder is greater in the Western States than in the Eastern and
greater in the reserve cities than in the country banks, the lowest
average being in the State of Delaware, where it is 8.6 and the highest
average in the city of St. Paul, where it is 164.3.



22

BEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

The average number of shares owned by each shareholder in New
York City is 63.4, and in Chicago is 112.7. The total number of
shareholders is 432,920 and the average holding 24.4 shares.
Number of national banks, capital, number of shareholders, and average number of shares
owned by each shareholder in the various States and reserve cities on July 7, 19IS.

Number
of banks. Capital stock.

States and reserve cities.

Maine
New Hampshire
Massachusetts
Boston
Rhode Island.
Connecticut
Vermont

Average
number
Number of shares
of share- owned by
each
holders.
shareholder.
5,353
3,346
19,688
5,824
2,646
10,995
2,967
50,819

14.5
15.8
15.1
48.4
23.9
17.6
16.8

18.3
36.0
21.6
63.4
13.1
10.6
24.2
52.8
8.6

79
49

$7,740,000
5,285,000
29,792,500
28,200,000
6,320,000
19,314,200
4,985,000

453

101,636,700

431

89
16
1
11

48,830,100
2,100,000
2,252,000
119, 700,000
22,352,000
67,874,390
22,055,000
25,900,000
1,688,975
5,192,000
11, 790,710
252,000
6,350,000

26,682
583
1,041
18,880
17,071
63,908
9,105
4,907
1,969
5,411
6,468
150

2,210

18.2
16.8
28.7

1,656

336,337,175

158,385

21.2

133
116

10,240
6,627
5,458
3,772
6,978

108

17,683,500
10,166,800
8,610,000
6,365,000
14,268,500
900,000
7,505,000
9,965,000
3,385,000
3,020,000
5,200,000
33,874,850
3,400, 000
3,175,000
500,000
5,300,000
2,350,000
1,750,000
5,115,000
12,270,900
5,495,000
13,140,000

1,907
7,804
2,349
7,049

17.3
15.3
15.8
16.9
20.4
39.6
32.9
28.6
16.5
17.7
41.1
23.7
44.0
92.8
50.0
74.6
88.3
28.9
26.8
15.7
23.4
18.6

1,510

173,439,550

80,307

21.6

356
8

35,454,100
13,900,000
9,600,000
3,000, 000
21,508,000
6,400,000
33,045,000
43,750,000
10,010,000
5,000,000
11,500,000
6,300,000
11,956,000
7,500,000
5,900,000

19,243
3,251
1,964
586
10,777
1,378
16,340
3,883
4,713
808
6,578

18.4
42.8
48.9
51.2
20.0
46.4
20.2
112.7
21.2
61.9
17.5
88.9
21.7
52.4
164.3

69

. . . .

56
163
17
20

Total New England States
New York
Albany .
Brooklyn.
..
New York City
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Delaware
Maryland
Baltimore.
District of Columbia
Washington

. ..
.

. . ..

.
.

. ..

.

Total Eastern States
Virginia
West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
Savannah
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
New Orleans...
Texas . . .
Dallas
Fort Worth
Galveston
Houston
San Antonio
Waco
Arkansas
Kentucky
Louisville

....
.

.

. ..

. . .

.

. . . .

Tennessee . . .

.

.

....

6
7
5
50

.

136
8

. . .

Ohio
Cincinnati
Cleveland

.

Columbus
Indiana
Indianapolis
Illinois
Chicago
Michigan
Detroit
Wisconsin
Milwaukee
Minnesota
Minneapolis
St. Paul

.

. . . .

.

...
. -




73
48
115
2
53
87
33
26
5
484
5
8
9

.

Total Southern States

.

3
6
36
201
783
32
22
25

7
8
250

5
450
10
96
3
124
5
261
6
4

227

2,281
3,483
2,057
1,710
1,266
14,302
773
342
100
710
266
606

709

5,515
1,432
359

20.0

9.6

EEPOBT OP THE COMPTBOLLER OF THE CUKKESTCY.

23

Number of national banks, capital, number of shareholders, and average number of shares
owned by each shareholder in the various States and res
reserve cities on July 7, 1913—
Continued.

States and reserve cities.

Average
number
Number of shares
Number Capital stock. of share- owned by
of banks.
each
holders.
shareholder.

325
3
4
3
5
112
12
4
7

Total Western States

8,555
196
259
171
151
3,815
1,452
170
4,211

21.7
30.6
90.7
35.1
62.9
17.6
56.8
64.7
48.0

2,068

284,158,100

96,516

29.4

5,260,000
4,235,000
10,495,000
1,000,000
3,700,000
1,100,000
10,892,500
500,000
400,000
500,000
5,160,000
1,710,000
6,740,000
3,600,000
600,000
2,215,000
12,092,500
900,000
1,300,000

2,008
2,134
3,388
168
350
118
5,334
310
169
65
1,119
530
2,540
357
56
760
4,735
205
202

26.2
19.8
31.0
59.5
105.7
93.2
20.4
16.1
23.7
76.9
46.1
32.3
26.5
100.8
107.1
29.1
25.5
43.9
64.4

1,281

72,400,000

24,548

29.5

4,135,000
4,200,000
3,400,000
500,000
4,936,000
4,500,000
20,786,910
6,800,000
28,500,000
3,370,000
1,155 000
2,400,000
1,710,000
1,155,000
100,000

Total Middle Western States
North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Lincoln
Omaha
South Omaha
Kansas
Kansas City
Topeka
Wichita
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
Denver
Pueblo
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Muskogee
Oklahoma City

$18,570,000
600,000
2,350,000
600,000
950,000
6,715,000
8,250,000
1,100,000
20,200,000

145
104
228
4
7
3
205
2
3
3
57
30
117
6
3
40
313
5

Iowa
Cedar Rapids
DesMoines
Dubuque
Sioux City
Missouri
Kansas City
St. Joseph
St. Louis

1,462
597
448
73
1,556
577
10,009
1,552
2,948
985
600
707
332
373
19

28.3
70.4
75.9
68.5
31.7
78.0
20.8
43.8
96.7
34.2
19.2
33.9
51.5
31.0
52.6

87,647,910

22,238

39.4

610,000
610,000

107
107

57.0
57.0

1,056,229,435

432,920

24.4

Washington
Seattle
Spokane
Tacoma
Oregon
Portland
9
California
Los Angeles
San Francisco
Idaho
Utah
Salt Lake City
Nevada
Arizona
Alaska
Total Pacific States

518

Hawaii
Total island possessions
Total United States

7,490

NATIONAL BANK NOTES IN CIRCULATION.

Monthly statements issued by the Treasury Department relating
to the volume of national-bank circulation outstanding include not
only the issues to active national banks on the security of Government bonds, but also the amount outstanding for which lawful money
has been deposited to provide for its redemption by banks closed
either by voluntary liquidation or insolvency, and banks that have
deposited lawful money for the retirement of a portion of their cir


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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

culation and withdrawn the corresponding amount of bonds. The
amount so reported is necessarily materially in excess of the amount
shown in the periodical returns from the national banks, and as a
matter of fact the latter is less than the amount which they are
entitled to issue as security on bonds deposited by reason of the fact
that an appreciable percentage of the notes received from the
department by the banks is not paid out. Notes so retained do not
appear as a liability of the banks, and to the extent held reduce the
tax on circulation to which they are liable under law. In the bank
reports for August last bonds on deposit as security for circulation
were listed to the amount of $735,809,330, against which notes had
been issued to the amount of $735,589,870, of which $11,130,021
were held in bank, leaving $724,459,849 as the amount outstanding.
In the appendix of this report appears a table relating to the reported capital, aggregate assets, circulation outstanding at date of
each return made by the banks from 1863 to 1913, together with
the stock of money in the United States on or about June 30 of
each year, these figures being supplemented by computations with
respect to the percentage of circulation to capital, assets, and money
in the United States. The low point with respect to the percentage
of circulation to capital since 1888, when it averaged about 25 per
cent, Was reached in 1891, in the midsummer of that year standing
at 18.4. There was a gradual rise from this low point to approximately 33 per cent just prior to the passage of the act of 1900 authorizing the issue of circulation to the par value of bonds deposited and
reducing the tax on notes secured by bonds bearing interest at the
rate of 2 per cent. The act in question stimulated investments in
Government bonds and the circulation outstanding gradually increased until at the present time it approximates 70 per cent of the
amount issuable, the latter being limited to the paid-in capital stock
of the banks on security of the corresponding amount of United
States bonds.
The issue of currency by national banks located in the reserve
cities and elsewhere, as showrn by the periodical returns made during*
the current year, is shown in the following table:

Date.

New
York.

New
York,
Other
Chicago, reserve
cities.
and
St. Louis.

Millions. Millions. Millions.
48.3
79.9
166.1
47.5
77.9
165.2
47.6
78.6
162.2
48.0
79.1
161.9
47.0
78.3
162.1

Nov. 26,1912..
Feb. 4,1913...
Apr. 4,1913...
June 4,1913..
Aug. 9,1913..

CAPITAL STOCK, BONDS, AND

All
reserve
cities.

Millions.
246.1
210.8
241.0
240.4

Country.

Millions.
475.4
474.3
478.1
481.1
484.0

Total.

Millions.
721.5
717.4
718.9
722.1
724.4

CIRCULATION.

At the close of the report year, October 31, 1913, there were in
existence 7,514 national banks with authorized capital of $1,068,534,175; bonds on deposit as security for circulation, $743,513,990;
circulation issued to the banks secured by bonds, $740,063,776. In
addition to circulation issued on security of bonds, there is outstanding



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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

$18,835,933 secured by deposits of lawful money by banks that have
been liquidated or failed and by banks' reducing their circulation,
hence the total national-bank circulation outstanding is $758,899,709.
As will be noted from the table following, there was a net increase
during the year of 88 in the number of reporting banks, $15,478,750
in the amount of paid-in capital stock, of $12,147,310 in bonds on
deposit to secure circulation, of $11,548,491 in circulation secured by
bonds, and $8,713,933 in the total amount of circulation outstanding.
In the following table information appears relating to the number
of banks, their capital, bonds on deposit, circulation outstanding
secured by bonds and by lawful money, together with the average
price of 2-per cent consols of 1930 at the end of each month from
November, 1912, to October, 1913.
Capital, bonds on deposit to secure circulation, circulation outstanding.
Average
Date.

Number of
banks.

Bonds on
deposit.

Capital.

1912.
Nov. 30
Dec. 31

7,426 $1,053,055,425
7,431 1,052,880,175

1913.
Ian. 31
Feb. 28
Mar. 31
Apr. 30
May 31
Tune 30
Julv31
Aug. 30
Sept. 30
Oct. 31

7,438
7,446
7,455
7,468
7,485
7,492
7,498
7,504
7,513
7,514

1,055,328,175
1,057,104,175
1,057,771,175
1,062,021,175
1,063,831,175
1,063,986,175
1,065,922,175
1,066,862,175
1,066,992,175
1,068,534,175

monthly
price of
2 per cent
consols,
1930.

$731,366,680 $101.2201
732,544,640 101.1500
734,273,150
731,943,480
732,688,750
734,418,060
737,427,800
740,529,250
741,631,750
742,081,800
741,846,850
743,513,990

101.2548
101.1307
100.8802
100.3173
100.2150
100.0000
97.9000
98.7700
98.1450
96.6346

Circulation secured by—
Total circulation outstanding.

Bonds.

Lawful
money.

$728,515,285
729,778.823

$21,670,491
21,193,423

$750,185,776
750,972,246

729,931,621
728,246,755
729,400,001
731,044,591
733,754,815
737,065,050
738.502,408
740.029,948
738,467,068
740,063,776

20,550,148
22,871,039
22,659,331
22,032,083
21,539,251
22,092.856
20,790,783
21,690,081
20,563,626
18.835,933

750,481.769
751,117,794
752,059,332
753,076,674
755,294,066
759,157,906
759,293,191
761,720,029
759,030,694
1758,899,709

i Includes 374,339 gold bank notes.

CIRCULATION ISSUED, REDEEMED, AND OUTSTANDING.

Subsequent to the resumption of specie payments no circulating
notes were authorized to be issued by banks of less denominations
than $5, although prior thereto $1 notes to the amount of $23,169,677
and $2 notes to the amount of $15,495,038 had been issued. Of
these two denominations, however, all have been redeemed with the
exception of $343,587 of $1 notes and $164,312 of $2 notes. All
notes issued since 1879 were of the denominations of $5, $10, $20,
$50, $100, $500, and $1,000, but no $500 notes have been issued since
1885 and no $1,000 notes since 1884. The total amount of $500
notes issued was $11,947,000, of which $87,000 has not been returned
for redemption. The issue of $1,000 notes was $7,379,000, and of
this denomination 23 of the notes are still outstanding. The total
amount of all denominations issued from 1863 to 1913 was $6,385,153,375 and the redemptions $5,624,828,976. During the current
year the amount of currency issued to newly organized banks, to
those increasing their issues, and on account of redemptions was
$462,578,550.
At the close of the year ended October 31, 1912, national-bank
currency in the vaults of this office amounted to $539,164,590 and




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REPOKT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

during the current year $522,031,400 was received from the Bureau
of Engraving and Printing. In addition to the $462,578,550 issued
to "banks during the year, notes of liquidating and insolvent banks to
the amount of $17,831,330 were withdrawn from the vaults and canceled, leaving the vault balance October 31, 1913, $580,786,110,
which is approximately $50,000,000 in excess of the amount required
to be maintained under the act of May 30, 1908.
While the legislation of 1900 and the general progress of the country
since that date resulted in the increase in the number of reporting
national banks from 3,631 to 7,488, and their capital stock from
$617,051,000 to $1,056,000,000, there was a more notable increase in
the volume of national-bank circulation. On March 14, 1900, the
outstanding circulation secured by bonds was $216,022,075 and the
amount secured by deposit of lawful money $38,044,155, making the
aggregate $254,026,230. At the close of the current report year the
outstanding issues secured by bonds amounted to $740,063,880,
secured by deposits of lawful money $18,761,594, or a total, exclusive
of gold bank notes to the amount of $74,339, of $758,825,474.
In the following table is shown the amount of circulation of each
denomination outstanding on March 14, 1900, and October 31, 1913:
Denominations.
Ones
.
Twos
Fives...
Tens
Twenties
Fifties
One hundreds...
Five hundreds
One thousands
Unredeemed fractions

.

.

Mar. 14,1900.

. .

.

. . .
.

.

.

.

...

Oct. 31, 1913.

$348,275.00
167,466.00
79,310,710.00
79,378,160.00
58,770,660.00
11,784,150.00
24,103,400.00
104,000.00
27,000.00
32,409. 00

$343,587.00
164,312.00
145,992.510.00
330,783,110.00
229,948,980.00
19,614,550.00
33,367,350.00
87,000.00
23,000.00
52,375.00
760,376,774.00
1,551,300.00

Less notes redeemed but not assorted by denominations
Total

.

.

Circulation secured by lawful money
Circulation secured by bonds.

254,026,230.00 1758,825,474.00
38,004,155. 00
216,022,075.00

18,761,594.00
740,063,880.00

i Exclusive of $74,339 gold bank notes.
NATIONAL-BANK REDEMPTION AGENCY RECEIPTS AND REDEMPTIONS.

While the law does not exempt a national bank from the redemption of its own notes when presented at the counter, by reason of
the legislation contained in the act of June 20, 1874, requiring every
bank to maintain, a redemption fund equal to 5 per cent of its outstanding issues with the Treasurer of the United States, practically
all national-bank circulation is redeemed at the Treasury Department through the National Bank Redemption Agency.
By reason of the nonavailability of national-bank notes as reserve
a material proportion of receipts at the National Bank Redemption
Agency is in nearly as good condition as when originally placed in
circulation. Under the law notes in that condition, while redeemed
by being charged to the issuing bank's redemption fund, are immediately returned to the bank of issue, and only notes worn and mutilated are delivered to the Comptroller of the Currency for destruction and subsequent issue of a corresponding amount of new notes.




REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

27

In the year ended October 31 last the receipts of the national-bank
redemption agency aggregated $683,431,000, the monthly average
being $56,952,583 and the average for each secular day $2,183,500.
Of the total receipts, notes to the amount of $218,275,150 were fit
for circulation and return to the banks of issue, leaving $465,155,850
as the amount turned over to the Comptroller of the Currency for
destruction.
Of the total receipts for redemption $578,759,400 were received
from eight of the principal cities of the country, the amount received
from New York alone being nearly one-half of the total receipts.
The law provides that the expenses incident to the redemption
of national-bank notes shall be borne by the issuing banks, and the
expense for the current year is shown to have been $517,842.93, an
average cost per $1,000 of $0,773.
In the following statement is shown the volume of redemptions
per month from November, 1912, to October, 1913:
November, 1912
December, 1912
January, 1913
February, 1913
March, 1913
April, 1913
May, 1913.
June, 1913
July, 1913
August, 1913
September, 1913
October, 1913

$46, 030, 678
52, 532, 627
79, 753, 664
51, 790, 011
53, 306, 522
61,163,185
66, 525, 360
60, 929, 020
61, 250, 730
52, 458, 530
49, 570, 226
48,120,447
Principal

New York
Chicago
Boston
Philadelphia
St. Louis
Cincinnati
Baltimore
New Orleans
Total
All other sources
Total

sources of receipts.
$322, 825, 800
77,730,000
61,996,000
44, 206, 200
33, 854, 000
16, 265, 000
13, 961, 500
7, 920, 900
578, 759, 400
104, 671, 600
683, 431, 000

EXPENSES OF BANKS INCIDENT TO THE ISSUE OF CIRCULATION AND
EXPENSES OF THE CURRENCY BUREAU.

Expenses of national banks in connection with the issue of circulation during the year ended June 30, 1913, were $4,377,945.22, of
which the semiannual tax on circulation was $3,804,762.29, cost
of redemption of notes $517,842.93, plates for new banks and those
extending their charters and duplicates of original plates $55,340.
(Assessments for the examination of national banks during the year
were paid to the amount of $556,210.) By reason of the fact that
collections of the corporation tax from national banks are not
separated from the tax paid by State banks and other financial institutions, it is impossible to state with exactitude the amount paid by
national banks, but, based on the reported net earnings, the tax paid
is estimated for the calendar year 1912 at $1,283,000. Assuming the




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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

approximate correctness of this estimate, the taxes paid to the Government by national banks during the past year were $5,087,762.29.
Expenses of the Currency Bureau for the year ended June 30
last for special dies, plates, printing, etc., and for salaries, excluding salaries reimbursed by national banks, were $692,192.64. Expenses of the bureau from the date of organization in 1863, excluding contingent expenses not paid by the comptroller but from the
general appropriation for contingent expenses of the Treasury Department, no separate account of which is kept, totaled $14,736,080.97.
Taxes paid by national banks to the United States on capital and
deposits to July 1, 1883, on capital and surplus under act of 1898,
and on circulation to June 30, 1913, amounted to $198,188,278.69.
Adding to this amount the estimated amount of collections under the
corporation-tax act for the years 1909 to 1912, inclusive, estimated at
$4,951,000, it appears that the total taxes paid to the Government
by national banks aggregate $203,139,278.69.
Tables showing in detail the taxes paid by national banks under
each tax act will be found in the appendix.
PROFIT ON NATIONAL-BANK CIRCULATION.

By reason of the depreciation in the market price of Government
bonds the profit on the issue of national-bank circulation was materially greater at the close than at the beginning of the current year.
In the computation of profit made by the actuary of the department
money is assumed to be worth 6 per cent, hence the gross receipts
include the interest on the bonds and interest at 6 per cent on circulation issued on the security of the bonds. From the gross receipts
are deducted taxes, expenses, and the amount necessary to be set
aside to create a sinking fund to offset the premiums paid for the bonds,
to determine the net receipts, and from the latter amount is deducted
interest at the rate of 6 per cent on the cost of the bonds, which indicates the measure of profit on the issue of circulation in excess of
interest on the bond cost at 6 per cent. In November, 1912, the
net price of 2 per cent consols of 1930 was $101.22, and the profit on
circulation 1.308 per cent. In October, 1913, the price of these bonds
was $96,635 and the profit on circulation 1.821 per cent. Panama
Canal bonds of 1916-1936 in November, 1912, were priced at $101,201,
and the profit on circulation secured by these bonds, 1.326 per cent.
In October, 1913, the price of these bonds was $96,606 and the profit
on circulation 1.772 per cent. The 4 per cent bonds of 1925 were
priced at 114 in November, 1912, and the profit on circulation was
at the rate of 1.154. In October, 1913, the price was 109.877 and
the percentage of profit on circulation 1.575.
In the appendix of this report will be found the actuary's computations of the profit on circulation based on a deposit of $100,000
consols of 1930, bonds of 1925, and Panama Canal bonds of 19161936 at the average net price monthly for bonds during the year
ended October 31, 1913.
ORGANIZATION OF NATIONAL BANKS.

Within the year ended October 31, 1913, 243 applications for
authority to organize national banks were received, of which 190
were approved, 4 rejected, and the remainder either abandoned or
held pending the submission of further information.



REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

29

Of the 10,457 banks chartered during the existence of the national
banking system, 172, with authorized capital of $10,175,000, were
chartered during the current year. There are in existence, of the
total number chartered, 7,514 banks, 2,437 having been placed in
voluntary liquidation and 506 in the charge of receivers. State
banks to the number of 1,729, with capital at date of change of
$339,955,928, were converted into national banks from 1863 to 1913.
In addition to the capital of banks organized during the year, there
was an increase in capital of banks organized prior thereto of
$20,260,000, making the gross increase for the year $30,435,000, but
by reason of reductions of capital, voluntary liquidations, and failures
the net increase was but $14,838,740, the authorized capital stock
of all banks at the close of the year standing at $1,068,534,175.
Since March 14, 1900, charters have been granted to 5,193 associations, with authorized capital of $330,938,300, of which 3,304, with
aggregate capital of $86,110,500, were organized under the act of
that date with individual capital of $25,000 generally, although a
limited number of banks were organized with capital in excess of
$25,000 but less than $50,000. The average capital, however, of
banks of this class was slightly in excess of $26,000. During the
same period 1,889 were organized under the act of 1864, the aggregate
capitalization being $244,827,800 and the individual capital $50,000
or over. Further classifying these banks, it appears that 810 were
conversions of State banks, capital $60,735,800; 1,568 reorganizations
of State or private banks, capital $109,892,000; and 2,815, with capital
of $160,310,500 primary organizations.
In the following table will be found a classification of banks organized from March 14, 1900, to October 31, 1913, based upon capital
stock, together with the number of banks and their reported capital
on August 9, 1913, by States and geographical divisions.
Summary, by States, geographical divisions, and classes^ of national banks organized from
Mar. 14, 1900, to Oct. 31, 1913, and the paid-in capital stock of all reporting national
banks on Aug. 9, 1913.
Capital
$25,000.

States, etc.
No.

Capital over
$25,000 and Capital $50,000 Total organizaand over.
tions.
less than
$50,000.

Capital. No. Capital.

No.

Capital.

No.

Capital.

National banks
reporting Aug. 9,
1913.
No. Capital paid in.

New England States.

1

•

$385,000
200,000
150,000
4,450,000
500,000
250,000

36

5,935,000

4
4
5
2

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

5

125,000

20

500,000

1

30,000

New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia

110 2,750,000
57 1,425,000
231 5,775,000
6
150,000
32 800,000

9
8
24
3
5

287,500
240,000
807,000
95,000
172,000

105 18,520,000
43 3,660,000
226 24,290,000

Total....

43610,900,000

49 1,601,500

392 49,700,000

Maine
New Hampshire...
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode I s l a n d . . .
Connecticut
Total

1

$30,000

i

$485,000
330,000
275,000
21 4,500,000

69 i
56;
49!
179;

$7,740,000
5,285,000
5.010.000
58,092,500

375,000

78;

19,239,200

57 6,465,000

451

101,686,700

500,000

10

20!

fi.320.000

Eastern States.




13
5

1,480,000
1,750,000

224, 21,557,500 476i
108, 5,325,000 20l!
48l! 30,872,000 8371
9!
245,000 25i
50 2,452,000 105i
5 1,750,000 12| .

172,882,100
22,322,950
115,820,945
1,688,975
16,982,710
6,602,000

877; 62,201,500 1,656

336,299,680

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BEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

Summary, by States, geographical divisions, and classes, of national banks organized from
Mar. U, 1900, to Oct. 31, 1913, etc.—Continued.
Capital
$25,000.
States, etc.

Capital over
$25,000 and
less than
$50,000.

Capital $50,000 Total organizaand over.
tions.

Capital. No. Capital. No.

No.

Capital.

No.

Capital.

National banks
reporting Aug. 9,
1913.
N o . Capital paid in.

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

39 $1,275,000
52 1,000,000
21 525,000
13 325,000
650,000
26
225,000
9
35
875,000
8
200,000
12
300,000
235 5,875,000
23
575,000
54 1,350,000
37
925,000

11 $396,000
13 455,000
130,000
4
675,000
225,000
379,500
125,000
30,000
2,716,000
?
60,000
230,000
7
210,000
7

?0
7
1?,
4
1

564 14,100,000 173 5,631,500

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

110
91
169
14
37
179
117
37

2,750,000
2,275,000
4,225,000
350,000
925,000
4,475,000
2,925,000
925,000

19
15
19
4
4
15
?,\
15

658,000
483,000
663,500
130,000
125,000
471,000
710,000
480,000

754 18,850,000 112 3,720,500

Total

46
43
30
23

$5,140,000
3,515,000
3,160,000
2,435,000
5,100,000
5,325,000
3,125,000
1,915,000
3,610,000
17,610,000
2,170,000
5,370,000
3,835,000

108 $6,811,000
96 4,970,000
55 3,815,000
36 2,760,000
99 6,425,000
44 5,775,000
85 4,379,500
32 2,240,000
33 3,940,000
468 26,201,000
53 2,805,000
97 6,950,000
79 4,970,000

133
116
72
48
117
53
89
33
31
517
50
143
108

$17,683,500
10,163,135
8,410,000
6,365,000
15,168,500
7,505,000
10,165,000
3,385,000
8,220,000
50,349,850
5,221,000
17,690,900
13,180,000

548 62,310,000 1,285 82,041,500 1,510

173,506,885

53
28
38
?,0
?,0
148
28
36
35

12,925,000
10,450,000
14,750,000
4,890,000
3,550,000
4,700,000
4,170,000
16,085,000

218 16,333,000
178 13,208,000
287 19,638,500
45 5,370,000
71 4,600,000
224 9,646,000

379
255
459
99
129
271
340
133

62,004,100
27,895,861
75,777,500
15,260,000
17,800,000
25,356,000
23,085,000
36,140,000

457 71,520,000 1,323 94,090,500 2,065

283,318,461

89
7?,
99
9,7
30
30
68
42

?m 7,805,000
94 17,490,000

Western States.
124 3,100,000
71 1,775,000
104 2,600,000
94 2,350,000
25
625,000
12
300,000
52 1,300,000
24
600,000
349 8,725,000

Total

11
361,000
4
125,000
31 1,010,000

855 21,375,000

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

92 3,066,000

7
4
?0
11
4

215,000
120,000
715,000
390,000
130,000

213
57
30
126
40
326

5,260,000
4,235,000
%6,270,000
12,312,500
5,160,000
1,710,000
10,940,000
2,215,000
14,330,000

237 18,200,000 1,184 42,641,000 1,283

72,432,500

9
500,000
13
700,000
39 3,395,000
31 2,400,000
16 1,340,000
11
625,000
38 3,310,000
11
625,000
69 5,305,000

140 3,815,000
88 2,595,000
163 6,710,000
136 5,140,000
45 2,095,000
23
925,000
101 4,971,000
39 1,350,000
449 15,040,000

146
104
241

Pacific States.
Washington
Oregon
California...
Idaho
Utah
Nevada...
Arizona
Alaska.

.;

Total

875,000
35
33
825,000
113 2,825,000
775,000
31
7
175,000
3
75,000
4
100,000

?
3
6
6
1

70,000
91,000
190,000
200,000
30,000

1

30,000

226 5,650,000

19

611,000

31 3,545,000
?,7 2,295,000
123 26,862,800
14 1,010,000
6 1,275,000
9 1,225,000
5
250,000
1
50,000

68 4,490,000
63 3,211,000
242 29,877,800
51 1,985,000
14 1,480,000
12 1,300,000
10
380,000
1
50,000

78
83
255
55
23
10
13
2

12,222,500
9,436,000
56,818,060
3,495,000
3,555,000
1,710,000
1,155,000
100,000

216 36,512,800

461 42,773,800

519

88,491,560

610,000

Island possessions.
TTawai]
Porto Rico

3

75,000

2
1

550,000
100,000

5
1

625,000
100,000

4

Total

3

75,000

3

650,000

6

725,000

4

610,000

Grand total.. 2,858 71,450,000 446 14,660,500 1,889 244,827,800 5,193 330,938,300 7,488

1,056,345,786




31

BEPOET OF THE COMPTEOLLEE OF THE CURRENCY.

The number and capital, by classes, of conversions, reorganizations,
and primary organizations, are shown in the following table:
Summary,

by classes, of national

banks organized from

Conversions.

Mar. 14, 1900, to Oct. 31, 1913.

Reorganizations.

Primary organizations.

Total.

ClassificationNumber.

Capital.

476 $12,598,000
334 48,137,800

Capital less than $50,000
Capital $50,000 or over

Capital.

Number.

Num- Capital.
ber.

Capital.

980 $25,977,000 1,848 $47,535,500 3,304 $86,110,500
967 112,775,000 1,889 244,827,800
588 83,915,000

60,735,800 1,568 109,892,000 2,815 160,310,500 |5,193 330,938,300

810

Total

Number.

Number of national banks organized in each month from Mar. 14, 1900, to Oct. 31, 1913.
Months.

1901

1902

1903 1904

1905

1906

1907

1908

1909

1910

1911

1912

1913

No.
6
46
66
95
46
44
20
25
21
29

No.
36
31
35
30
54
40
41
27
23
27
32
36

No.
40
28
41
50
50
42
38
42
38
33
36
54

No.
34
50
56
51
47
58
43

No.
45
41
41
43
45
42
32
33
31
41
27
41

*
11
11

515

460

No.
28
29
37
26
21
40
19
12
27
22
12
18
291

No.
16
16
16
25
23
14
12
11
13
6

492

No.
28
20
22
26
24
44
28
32
24
22
23
27
320

No.
16
14
19
15
22
14
16
15
20
15
6
14

412

No.
40
42
50
46
52
55
40
39
46
38
19
23
490

No.
32
36
39
34
33
21
37
20
14
18
21
18

398

No.
45
39
50
42
49
48
37
44
35
36
23
38
486

No.
12
13
39
28
20
21
13
15

20
32

No.
36
35
42
46
42
43
22
38
32
43
36
45

206

186

152

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

COCOlO

1900

462

323

u

Number and classification of national banks organized during the year ended Oct. 31, 1913.

Conversions.

Reorganizations.

Primary organizations.

Total.
Bonds
deposited.

Months.
No.

Capital.

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

$180,000
75,000
250,000
200,000
200,000
205,000
355,000
125,000
175,000
55,000
100,000
50,000

Total

1,970,000

No.

Capital.

No.

$25,000
825,000
180,000
100,000
225,000
775,000
205,000
300,000
50,000
25,000
80,000
40

2,790,000

Capital.

No.

$50,000
225,000
1,025,000
935,000
495,000
550,000
605,000
375,000
225,000
475,000
235,000
220,000
95

5,415,000 172

Capital.
$255,000
1,125,000
1,455,000
1,235,000
920,000
1,530,000
1,165,000
800,000
450,000
555,000
415,000
270,000

$82,750
220,000
295,760
340,050
237,510
366,760
514,500
226,260
130,250
145,750
ri4,500
74,750

10,175,000

2,748,840

EXTENSIONS AND EXPIRATIONS OF CHARTERS.

Charters are granted to national banks for a period of 20 years
from the date of the execution of the organization certificate. In the
year ended October 31 last 80 banks reached the termination of their
existence, and their charters were extended for an additional period
of 20 years under authority of the act of July 12, 1882. In the same
year charters of 26 banks extended under the act of 1882 were
extended for a further period of 20 years under the act of April 12,




32

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

1902. The total number of extensions of charters under the act of
1882 was 3,268 and under the act of 1902, 1,167. In the coming
r
ear the charters of 39 banks will expire for the first time and 36
or the second. A list of banks interested in the extensions during
the year ending October 31, 1914, will be found in the appendix.

?

CHANGES OF TITLE OF NATIONAL BANKS.

Under the law any national bank, upon authorization by shareholders representing two-thirds of the stock, and with the approval
of the Comptroller of the Currency, may change its corporate title.
Sixteen changes of this character occurred during the past year, a
list of the banks interested being submitted herewith.
Changes of corporate title.
No.

Title and location.

Date.

4348

The Guthrie National Bank, Guthrie, Okla., to "The First National Bank of
Guthrie"
The National Mechanics Bank of Baltimore, Md., to "The Merchants-Mechanics National Bank of Baltimore"
The Vickery National Bank of Lavonia, Ga., to "The First National Bank of Lavonia"
The New Hibernia National Bank of New Orleans, La., to "Hibernia National Bank
of New Orleans "
The National Bank of Sturgis, Mich., to "The Sturgis National Bank"
The National Bank of Garland, Tex., to " The State National Bank of Garland "
The Grange National Bank of Clarion County at Sligo, Pa., to " Sligo National Bank"...
The Tredegar National Bank of Jacksonville, Ala., to "The First National Bank of
Jacksonville"
The Second National Bank of Pittsburgh, Pa., to "The First-Second National Bank of
Pittsburgh"
The National Bank of Western Pennsylvania at Pittsburgh, Pa., to " Western National
Bank of Pittsburgh"
The Drovers Deposit National Bank of Chicago, 111., to "The Drovers National Bank
of Chicago"
The National Bank of Alhambra, Cal., to " The Alhambra National Bank"
The Lexington City National Bank, Lexington, Ky., to "The First and City National Bank of Lexington "
The Central National Bank of Los Angeles, Cal., to "Security National Bank of Los
Angeles "
The Pacific National Bank of Tacoma, Wash., to " The National Bank of Tacoma "
The Lidgerwood National Bank, Lidgerwood, N. Dak., to "The Farmers National Bank
of Lidgerwood"

1912.
Dec. 9

1413
8470
8734
3276
7989
8946
4319
252
4918
6535
906
8827
3417
8230

Dec. 28
1913.
Jan. 10
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.

16
22
23
21

Apr. 7
Apr. 21
May T7
May 22
May 27
Aug. 8
Sept. 2
Sept. 2
Sept. 6

VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION OF NATIONAL BANKS.

Section 5220 of the Revised Statutes provides that any national
bank may be placed in voluntary liquidation by shareholders representing at least two-thirds of the stock. Meetings of shareholders for
this purpose are called in conformity with the requirements of the
articles of association, at which meeting, in addition to adopting a
resolution for the liquidation of the bank, provisions are made either
for immediate liquidation of the assets where practicable, settlement
with creditors and shareholders, or the appointment of a liquidating
agent to settle the affairs of the bank as speedily as possible in the
interest of both creditors and shareholders.
The liquidations during the past year numbered 81, the capital
involved $14,571,010. Of these banks 9, with capital of $3,350,000,
were absorbed by other national banks; 17, with capital of $5,625,000,
consolidated with other national banks; 17, with capital of $2,115,010,
were absorbed by State banks and trust companies; 27, with capital
of $1,901,000, liquidated and reorganized as State banks; 3, with capi


KEPOET OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

33

tal of $280,000, for the purpose of reorganizing as national banks; 1,
with capital of $50,000, the corporate existence of which expired by
limitation, was succeeded by a new national bank; and 2, with capital of $125,000, the corporate existence of which expired by limitation, were succeeded by State banks. Five banks, with combined
capital of $1,125,000, liquidated for the purpose of discontinuing
business.
Elsewhere in this report will be found a list of national banks liquidated from November 1, 1912, to October 31, 1913, showing date of
liquidation, capital, circulation issued, and the amount of circulation
still outstanding.
NATIONAL CURRENCY ASSOCIATIONS ORGANIZED.

Notwithstanding the fact that the act of May 30, 1908, relating in
part to the establishment of national currency associations, will expire
by limitation on June 30, 1914, two associations were formed in the
past year, viz, the National Currency Association of Louisville, with
15 bank members, the capital and surplus being $6,795,000 and
$3,178,000, respectively; and the National Currency Association of
San Francisco, with 10 members, capital of $28,500,000 and surplus
of $16,670,000. Up to the close of the report year there had been
formed 20 associations, representing 339 banks, $365,084,710 capital,
and $311,300,510 surplus.
While the number of banks forming these associations is but 4§ per
cent of the number reporting on August 9, their capital represents
nearly 35 per cent of the capital of all*banks.
While, as stated elsewhere, the comptroller's vaults contain the
stock of bank notes required by the act of 1908, no notes have been
issued on security other than United States bonds.
The title, membership, capital, and surplus of each association are
shown in the following table:
National currency associations.
Number
of banks.

Associations.
National Currency
National Currency
National Currency
National Currency
National Currency
National Currency
National Currency
National Currency
National Currency
neapolis)
National Currency
National Currency
tady Counties
National Currency
National Currency
National Currency
National Currency
National Currency
National Currency
Pueblo
National Currency
National Currency
National Currency

Association
Association
Association
Association
Association
Association
Association
Association
Association

of Washington, D . C
of the city of Now York, N. Y
of the city of Philadelphia, Pa
of the State of Louisiana
of the city of Boston, Mass
of G eorgia
of the city of Chicago
of St. Louis, Mo
of the Twin Cities (St. Paul and Min-

Capital.

Surplus.

Association
Association
Association
Association
Association
Association

of Kansas City and St. Joseph, Mo..
of the city of Baltimore, Md
of Cincinnati, Ohio
of Dallas, Tex
of Alabama
of Denver, Colorado Springs, and
:
Association of Los Angeles, Cal
Association of Louisville, Ky. 1 2
Association of San Francisco, Cal. .

Total
t Organized July 30,1913.


13420°--CUR 1913


3

$5,067,000
129,025; 000
37,748,000
4,105,000
19,450,000
6,651,000
26,400,000
9,095,000

12
15

13,050,000
6,525,000

11,065,000
3? 490,000

13
12
17
37
14
24

3,825,000
7,350,000
11,840,710
17,630,000
4,260,000
5,700,000

3,800,000
3,960,000
8,020,010
9,004,000
3,225,000
3,652,500

15
12
15
10

4,650,000
6,925,000
6,795,000
28,500,000

5,055,000
2,648,000
3,178,000
16,670,000

339

Association of the city of Detroit, Mich
Association of Albany, Kennselaer, and Schenec-

' 10

$6,602,000
117,052,000
20,975,000
6,100,000
26,700,000
8,195,000
42,900,000
19,510,000

365,084,710

311,300,510

12
33
27
10
13
28
10

a Organized Aug. 22,1913.

34

EEPOET OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
CLEARING-HOUSE EXCHANGES.

Through the courtesy of the manager of the New York Clearing
House Association statistics and general information have been
secured relating to the transactions of 162 clearing houses of the
country for the year ending September 30, 1913. The volume of
exchanges cleared created a new record, and reached $173,765,288,000,
an increase of $5,564,362,000 over the prior year. Of the aggregate,
the New York association cleared $98,121,520,000, or nearly 5 6 | per
cent of the total. In only three years of its existence have the clearings in New York exceeded this sum, viz, in 1906, when they amounted
to $103,754,900,000, in 1909 to $99,257,662,000, and in 1910 to
$102,553,959,000.
Second to New York in 1913 was Chicago, with clearings of
$16,018,176,000; Philadelphia and Boston following with
$8,543,472,000 ami $8,326,228,000, respectively. St. Louis cleared
$4,122,115,000. In Baltimore, San Francisco, Kansas City, and
Pittsburgh the clearings were less than three billions of dollars,
ranging from $2,011,447,000 in Baltimore to $2,951,861,000 in Pittsburgh. In the cities clearing over one billion and less than two billion are Cincinnati, Minneapolis, Cleveland, New Orleans, Detroit,
and Los Angeles. The transactions of all other houses range downward, from approximately $895,000,000.
With the exception of Boston, Cincinnati, and New Orleans the
associations clearing over one billion show a larger volume of transactions during the prior year.
Sixty-four banks, with capital of $179,900,000, compose the New
York Clearing House Association, a reduction for the year of one member, but an increase in capital of $5,625,000. In the New York association are 31 national banks, 17 State banks, and 15 trust companies.
There are 25 banks and trust companies in the city and vicinity not
members of the association which make their exchanges through
banks which are members, in accordance with constitutional provisions.
The clearings for the year for the New York association required
the payment of balances in cash to the amount of $5,144,130,385, or
5.24 per cent of the total transactions, gold being used to the extent
of 52 per cent and other currency to the extent of 48 per cent. The
average daily clearings amounted to $323,833,400, and the balances
to $16,977,328. This association has been in existence 60 years, and
during that period its transactions aggregated $2,419,273,696,082;
balancespaid, $112,668,492,956; average daily clearings, $131,948,388;
balances, $6,144,996. The average balance to clearings during the
life of the New York association was 4.65 per cent.
In the year ended September 30 last the clearing house transactions of tne Assistant Treasurer of the United States at New York
were as follows: Exchanges received from the clearing houses,
$679,617,548.61; exchanges delivered to the clearing houses,
$746,383,010.84. The balances received from and paid to the clearing houses were $139,021,273.95 and $72,255,811.72, respectively, or
an excess of credit balances of $66,765,462.23.
The volume of transactions of each of the 15 associations of the
country with clearings in excess of $1,000,000,000, and the aggregate



35

KEPOET OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

clearings of all other associations for the last two years are shown in
the following table:
Comparative

statement,

in millions of dollars, of clearings of the United States for the
years ended Sept. 30, 1913 and 1912.
Exchanges Exchanges i
for year
for year
ending
ending
Increase.
S6pt. 30,
Sept. 30,
1913.
1912.

New York
Chicago
Boston
Philadelphia
St. Louis
Pittsburgh
San Francisco
Kansas City, Mo
Baltimore
Cincinnati
Minneapolis
Cleveland
New Orleans
Detroit
Los Angeles

$98,121.5
16,018.2
8,326.2
8,543.5
4,122.1
2,951.9
2,666.6
2,844.6
2,011.4
1,329.7
1,326.2
1,271.2
1,002.1
1,286.9
1,234.2

Total 15 cities..
147 other cities
Total 162 cities.

153,056.3
20,709.0

$96, 672.3
14, 864.5
8, 865.8
7, 878.6
3, 978.9
2, 688.0
2, 621.0
2, 630.4
878.3
347.1
109.6 j
1, 101.0
031.7
087.9
093.6
1,
148,848.7
1,
19,352.3

$4,207.6
1,356.7

173,765.3

168,201.0

5,564.3

i;
i;

R A T E S FOR M O N E Y .

Through the courtesy of the William B. Dana Co. information has
been obtained in relation to the range and average rates for money in
the New York market monthly from November, 1912, to October,
1913. The range and average monthly rates on call loans, as well
as the range for time loans and commercial paper, were materially
higher than during the corresponding prior 12 months, as will be
noted by reference to the table following and corresponding data appearing in the comptroller's report of 1912.
The report in question follows:
Range and average rates for money in the New York market, year ended Oct. 31, 1913.
1912

1913

Character of loans.
November. December.
Call loans, stock exchange:
Kange
Average
Time loans:
30 days
60 days
90 days
4 months
5 months
6 months
Commercial paper:
Double names, choice, 60 to 90
days
Single n a m e s Prime, 4 to 6 months
Good, 4 to 6 months




3 to 20

to
to
to
to

February.

6
6
6
6
6

6£
6
5f
5f

3i
3f
4
4
4

to 5 J
to 5
to 5
to 5
to 5

April.

3f to 5
4 to 5
4 to 5
4 to 5
4* to 5

to 6
to 6
to 6
to 6
to 6

3|
4
4
4
4

to 4i
to 5
to 5
to 5
to 5

4§ to 5i

5Jto 6
5fto 6
0J

March.

2 to 6
4

I|tol6

to
to
to
to
to

January.

4£to6
4f to 6i

5ito6

5 to 6

4£ to 51
5 to5|

5£to6
5f to 6§

5 to 6
5 | to 6J

36

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

Range and average rates for money in the New York market, year ended Oct. 31, 1913—

Continued.
1913
Character of loans.
May.
Call loans, stock exchange:
Range
Average
Time loans:
60 days
,
90 days
4 months
5 months
,
6 months
Commercial paper:
Double names, choice, 60 to 90
days
Single names—
Prime, 4 to 6 months
Good, 4 to 6 months

June.

2 to 3

July.

August.

September.

1 to 3

n

^to4
to 4
to 41
to H
to 5

3 to 41
I
31 to 5
4; •to 5
4j to5f
to 6

October.

31 to 4
41 to 5
4 J to 5£
5 to 6
5 to 6

5f to 6
5 to5J
5-| to 6

5f to 6i

5J to 6}

51 to 6

5f to 6
6i to 6J

5 | to 6}
61 to 7

51 to 6£
61 to 7

51 to 6
6 to 6J

From the monthly record of the range of rates for the years 1906 to
1913, the following table has been compiled relating to the quarterly
ranges for call loans, time loans, and commercial paper. The seasonal fluctuations will be noted with interest.
Range of rates for money in the Neiu York market, quarterly, Oct. 31,1906, to Oct. 31,1913

Call loans.

1906, November-January
February-April
May-July
August-October
1907, November-January
(February-April
19084 May-July
[August-October
1908, November-January
February-April
May-July
^ August-October
1909, November-January
(February-April
19104 May-July
(August-October
1910, November-January
(February-April
191UMay-July
[August-October
1911, November-January
(February-April
1912-J May-July
[August-October
1912, November-January
(February-April
19134 May-July
[August-October

(

0

If to

30 to 90
days.

4 to 6
months.

4 to&l
6 to 7
4£to8
3 to 5
2\ to 4 |
2|to4
2|to4
2\ to 3£
2£ to 3f
3 | to 5
4 to 5
3\ to 4f
3\ to 51
4 to 5
31 to 51
2|to4
2§ to4
31 to 41
2| to 4\
3 to 4
31to4f
41 to 6
4 to 6
4 to 6
3|to6
4fto6

Commercial paper.
Double
Single
name, 60 name, 4 to
to 90" days. 6 months.
5J to 6J
h\ to 6|
5 to 6
6 to7i
h\ to 8
4 to 6
3£ to 4\
3 to 4£
31 to 4^
3 to3f
3 to 4 .
3 | to h\
4| to 5§
4 to 5
4\ to 5 |
5 to 6
3^ to 6
3§ to 41
3^-to 4
3- to 5
to 5
to4J
to4f
4\ to 6
4j to 6
4i to 6
5^ to 61
51 to 6|
CO CO CO

Time loans.

5| to 7i
5 to6J
6 to7J
4 to 6
31 to 5
3 to 5
3Jto5
31 to 4}
3* to 4§
4 to 6
4* to 6}
41 to 6
4^ to 6£
51 to 6J
3^ to 6i
3 | to 5
31 to 5
4 to 5£
3| to 5^
3 | to 51
5 to6|
41to6|
4i to 6^
5 to 7
51 to 7

REPORTS OF CONDITION OF BANKS IN THE UNITED STATES.

The Comptroller of the Currency is required, under the provisions
of section 333 of the Revised Statutes of the "United States, to incorporate in his annual report to Congress a statement exhibiting under



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37

appropriate heads the resources and liabilities and condition of the
banks, banking companies, and sayings banks organized under the
laws of the several States and Territories, the statute providing that
the information shall be obtained from reports made to legislatures
or officers of the different States and Territories or from such authentic
sources as may be available.
Beginning with 1909, the annual statements received from banks
outside of the national system have conformed in general as to details
of assets and liabilities with the reports made by the national banks.
Individual statements for a date concurrent with the June call on
national banks, beginning with that year, have been furnished by
State and private banks through the courtesy and assistance of the
State bank superintendents. Prior to 1909 statements for State
banks were furnished to the comptroller for varying dates and without uniformity in the form of the reports, many valuable details, such
as classification of cash, bonds, and deposits, being wanting.
The statements used in this compilation are of date June 4, 1913,
with the exception of State banks for Pennsylvania, May 1; Alabama,
June 9; Tennessee, June 30; Iowa, June 28; and the island possessions,
June 30.
Abstracts of reports of condition ior each class of banks, arranged
by States, will be found in the appendix. The summary referred to
follows.
Summary^ of reports of condition from 25,993 banks in the United States and island possessions {including national, State, savings, and private banks and loan and trust companies), showing their condition at the close of business June 4, 1913.
RESOURCES.

Loans and discounts:
Secured by real estate (including mortgages owned)
Secured by collateral other than real estate
All other loans
Overdrafts

$3,547,695,105.05
4,512,707,862.67
6,507,837,576.52
58,532,120.08

Bonds, securities, etc., including premiums thereon:
United States bonds
State, county, and municipal bonds
Railroad bonds
Bonds of other public-service corporations (including street
and interurban railway bonds)
Other bonds, stocks, warrants, etc
Banking house, furniture and
Other real estate owned
Due from banks
Checks and other cash items
Exchanges for clearing house
, Actual cash on hand:
Gold coin
Gold certificates
Silver dollars
Silver certificates
Subsidiary and minor coins
Legal-tender notes
National-bank notes
Cash not classified

$14,626,772.664.32

825,228,283.66
1,239,972,819.08
1,530,184,170.20
721,347,544.12
1,090,486,562.50

fixtures

$225,239,153.12
* 636,684,750.00
25,794,559.00
187,119,158.00
38,442,887.35
242,682,375.00
106,597,492.00
98,149,072.58

Other resources
Total resources

5,407,219,379.56
583,909,887.34
Ill,597,940.66
2,776,613,692.19
141,783,839.99
285,129,107.64

1,560,709,447.05
218,427,550.73
25,712,163,599.48

LIABILITIES.

Capital stock paid in
Surplus
Undivided profits (including accrued interest and any other amounts set aside for
special purposes, less current expenses, interest, and taxes paid)
National bank notes outstanding
Due to banks
Dividends unpaid
i Includes $89,443,500 clearing-house certificates.



2,096,849,861.75
1,676,625,895.34
573,213,465.32
722,125,024.00
2,584,231,078.90
3,590,839.76

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Individual deposits subject to check without notice
Savings deposits or deposits in interest or savings department
Certificates of deposit
Certified checks
Cashier's checks outstanding

$8,240,942,008.89
6,972,069,227.63
2,037,215,038.46
129,398,232.75
96,139,627.08
'•
$17,475,764,134.81
Postal savings deposits
25,242,015.76
United States deposits
49,725,039.13
Notes and bills rediscounted
28,617,628.20
Bills payable, including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed
157,401,457.90
Other liabilities
318,777,158.61
Total liabilities

25,712,163,599.48

The foregoing summary of reports shows resources aggregating
$25,712,163,599. Loans and discounts aggregated $14,626,772,664;
bonds, securities, etc., $5,407,219,379; cash in bank, $1,560,709,447;
capital, $2,096,849,861; surplus, $1,676,625,895; undivided profits,
$573,213,465; individual deposits, $17,475,764,134. The banks
reported postal savings deposits aggregating $25,242,015; and the
United States deposits, including disbursing officers7 accounts,
reported by national banks were $49,725,039.
While there has been a marked increase in capital stock during the
year, the increase being 4 per cent, against 3 per cent shown for the
prior year, the statistics indicate that the volume of business has
increased in much less proportion, resources showing an increase of
2.9 per cent against 6 per cent', and deposits 2.6 per cent against
7 per cent. During the year there has been a reduction of over
$12,200,000 in the cash holdings of the banks.
The increase or decrease during the year is shown in the following
table exhibiting loans, aggregate resources, capital, deposits, etc.,
of national and other reporting banks on June 4, 1913, and on June
14, 1912.
1912

1913
Items.

7,473
national
banks.

Loans and discounts
United States bonds and all other bonds and securities
Cash
Aggregate resources
Capital
Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits (individual)*
i Decrease.




1

18,520
State,
etc.,
banks.

Total,
25,993
banks.

Total,
25,195
banks.

Increase,
1913
over
1912
(798
banks).

Millions. Millions. Millions. Millions. Millions.
$6,162.0 $8,464.7 $14,626.7 $13,953.6
$673.1
1,889.7
969.1
11,036.9
1,056.9
988.7
5,953.4

3,517.5
5,407.2
591.6 1,560.7
14,675.2 25,712.1
1,039.9 2,096.8
1,261.1 2,249.8
11,522.3 17,475.7

5,358.9
1,572.9
24,986.6
2,010.8
2,166.1
17,024.0

Exclusive of postal savings deposits.

48.3
t 12.2
725.5
86.0
83.7
451.7

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BEPOBT OF THE COMPTKOLLEB OF THE CUBBENCY.

The following comparative statement shows the classification of
resources and liabilities of all reporting banks for each year from
1909 to 1913, inclusive:
Aggregate resources and liabilities of national and other reporting banks, 1909 to 1913.
1909

1910

1911

22,491 banks.

23,095 banks.

24,392 banks.

I

1912

1913

25,195 banks.

25,993 banks.

Classification.

KESOURCES.

Loans on real estate i
Loans on other
collateral
security
Other loans and
discounts
Overdrafts
United S t a t e s
bonds
State, county ,and
municipal
bonds
Railroad bonds
and stocks
Bonds of other
public - service
corporations....
Other s t o c k s ,
bonds, etc
Due from other
b a n k s and
bankers
Real estate, furniture, etc
Checks and other
cash items
Cash on hand
Other resources...
Total.

$2,505,977,970.46 $2,696,433,655.30 $3,023,747,576.34 $3,301,485,759.93 $3,547,695,105.05
3,975,993,315.69 4,115,829,707.08 4,123,052,705.66 4,239,942,380.07 4,512,707,862.67
4,821,546,812.25 5,647,164,421.40 5,835,854,369.03 6,350,722,499.00 6,507,837,576.52
69,699,592.98
62,381,193.45
61,455,604.59
63,735,193.87
58,532,120.08
792,787,711.29

784,592,463.97

773,455,177.84

823,266,866.97

825,228,283.66

1,091,541,455.19 1,116,245,096.69 1,200,898,075.21 1,273,554,050.84 1,239,972,819.08
1,560,006,360.83 1,464,842,032.51 1,602,130,358.08 1,631,544,479.26 1,530,184,170.20
466,526,687.08

478,045,935.46

550,192,266.65

703,580,001.88

979,644,571.67

925,180,526.51 1,026,975,383.45 1,090,486,562.50

603,542,601.59

721,347,544.12

2,562,071,702.68 2,393,008,260.76 2,788,772,572.47 2,847,992,843.93 2,776,613,692.19
544,035,541.89

574,231,671.01

616,693,997.78

657,299,660.36

695,507,828.00

437,892,578.11
620,469,182.00
422,688,514.06
430,101,255.82
426,913,037.63
1,452,014,676.34 1,423,808,814.37 1,554,147,169.28 1,572,953,479.43 1,560,709,447.05
111,380,014.05
193,623.517.10
150,534,879.89
165,805,908.94
218,427,550.73
21,095,054,420.72 22,450,320,522.77 23,631,083,382.67 24,986,642,774.18 25,712,163,599.48

LIABILITIES.

Capital stock
Surplus fund
Other undivided
profits
Circulation
(national banks)
Dividends unpaid
Individual
deposits
P o s t a l Savings
deposits
United S t a t e s
deposits /
Due to other
banks and
bankers
Other liabilities...

14,035,523,165.04 15,283,396,254.35 15,906,274,710.27 17,024,067,606.89 17,475,764,134.81

Total

21,095,054,420.72 22,450,320,522.77 23,631,083,382. 67 24,986,642,774.18 25,712,163,599.48

1,800,036,368.00 1, 879,943,887.99 1,952,411,085.56 2,010, 843,505.70 2,096, 849,861.75
1,326,090,642.50 1,547,917,181.08 1,512,083,859.93 1,584,981,106.44 1,676,625,895.34
508,534,786.43

404,649,006.90

553,490,979.77

581,178,042.47

573,213,465.32

636,367,526.00
3,310,944. 76

675,632,565.00
20,856,304.16

681,740,513.00
5,689,184.23

708,690,593.00
3,639,127.75

722,125,024.00
3,590,839.76
25,242,015.76

70,401,818.99

54,541,349.41

48,455,641.54

58,945,980.66

49,725,039.13

2,484,103,895.37 2,225,380,795.62 2,621,054,947.82 2,632,635,075.58 2,584,231,078.90
230,685,273.63
349,882,460.55
504,796.244.71
358,003,178.26
381,661,735.69

i Includes mortgages owned.

The foregoing statistics show that the aggregate resources of the
banks have increased from $21,095,054,420 in 1909, to $25,712,163,599
for the present year; a gain of $4,617,109,179, or about 22 per cent.
The increase in aggregate bank resources during the past year has
been $725,520,825, or 2.90 per cent. The statistics for 1912 showed
an increase in resources over the prior year, in round amounts, of
$1,355,000,000; in 1911 the increase was $1,181,000,000; in 1910,
$1,355,000,000; in 1909, $1,512,000,000. Individual deposits since
1909 have
 increased from $14,035,523,165 to $17,475,764,134, a gain


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BEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

of $3,440,240,969, or 24 per cent. The increase in deposits during the
past year has been $451,696,528, or 2.65 per cent.
For the purpose of comparison the number of reporting banks,
aggregate loans, resources, capital and deposits for the fiscal years
1907 to 1913, inclusive, are shown in the following table:
[In millions of dollars.]

1907
1908
1909
1910
1911
1912
1913

Number of
banks.

Loans.

Resources.

19,746
21,346
22,491
23,095
24,392
25,195
25,993

Year.

$10,763.9
10,437.9
11,373.1
12,521.7
13,046.4
13,953.6
14,626.7

$19,645.0
19,583.4
21,095.0
22,450.3
23,631.0
24,986.6
25,712.1

Individual
deposits.

Capital.
$1,690.8
1,757.1
1.800.0
1,879.9
1,952.4
2,010.8
2,096.8

$13,099.6
12,784.5
14,035.5
15,283.3
15,906.3
17,024.0
17,475.7

THE GROWTH OF BANKING IN THE UNITED STATES.

The first bank of any importance ever organized in this country
was the Bank of North America, organized in Philadelphia with a
capital of $400,000, which was chartered by Congress December 31,
1781. This bank operated under a national charter for a few years
only and then became a State bank by obtaining a charter from the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. In 1791 the Bank of the United
States was incorporated by Congress for a period of 20 years with a
capital of $10,000,000. The charter of this bank expired in 1811.
A statement of its condition for January, 1809, and January, 1811,
follows:
Resources and liabilities of the first Bank of the United States.
[In millions of dollars.]

January.
1809

1811

RESOURCES.

Loans and discounts
United States 6 per cent and other United States stock..
Due from other banks
Real estate
Notes of other banks
Specie

5.0
23,5

Total.

14.6
2.8
.9
.5
.4
5.0
24.2

10.0
.5
4.5
8.5

10.0
.5
5.0
5.9
1.9
.6
.2

23.5

24.2

15.0
2.2
.5

LIABILITIES.

Capital
Surplus
Circulation
Individual deposits
United States deposits
Due to other banks
Unpaid drafts outstanding.
Total




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41

In 1816 the second Bank of the United States was chartered by
Congress for a period of 20 years. This bank began operations in the
midst of the panic of 1817. Its charter was not renewed by Congress,
but a reorganization was effected by means of the authority of the
Legislature of the State of Pennsylvania. In 1841 the bank assigned,
but its affairs were not finally liquidated until 1856. Liabilities to
depositors and note holders were paid in full with interest; the
shareholders, however, received nothing on their investment in the
stock. The following is a statement of the principal items of resources
and liabilities for 1817, five-year periods to 1837, for 1839, and 1840:
Resources and liabilities, second Bank of the United States.
[In millions.]

Year.

1817
1822
1827
1832
1837
1839
1840

Loans.

$32.2
28.1
30.9 |
66.3
57 4
41.6 i
36.8 !

Stocks.

$4.8
13. 3
17.8
18.0
16.3

Notes
and
specie.
$2.3
5.7
7.6
9.2
3.8
6.0
2.9

Capital.

$35 0
35.0 !
35.0
35.0
35.0
35.0
35.0

IndiCirculavidual
tion.
deposits.
$1 P

5.6
8.5
21.4
11.4
6.0
6.7

$11.2
8.1
14.3
22.8
2.3
6.8
3.3

Information relating to banking in the earliest days of the country
is very meager, but some interesting data gathered from reliable
sources are published in the annual reports of the Comptroller of
the Currency. In the appendix is a table which gives the number
of colonial and State banks, together with the principal items of
resources and liabilities, in the United States, from 1784 to 1833.
In 1784 the 3 banks from which reports have been compiled had
capital of about $2,100,000, circulation $2,000,000, and specie
$10,000,000. In 1800 reports from 28 banks showed capital of
$21,300,000, circulation $10,500,000, and specie $17,500,000. In
1820 there were 307 banks with capital of $102,100,000, circulation
$40,600,000, deposits $31,200,000, and specie $16,700,000. In 1830,
329 banks had $110,100,000 capital, $48,400,000 circulation, $39,500,000 deposits, $14,500,000 specie, and $159,800,000 in loans.
A statement of the resources and liabilities of the banks of the
country in detail, from 1834 to 1863, will also be found in the appendix. From the table in question it appears that in 1834 there were
506 State banks in operation in the country with capital of $200,000,000, circulation $94,800,000, and deposits $75,600,000. In 1840
the number of State banks had increased to 901 with capital of
$358,400,000, circulation $106,900,000, and deposits $75,600,000.
In 1850 reports show only 824 banks with capital of $217,300,000,
circulation $131,300,000, and deposits $109,500,000. In 1862, the
year prior to the inauguration of the national banking system, there
appears to have been 1,492 banks in operation, the capital of these
banks being $418,100,000, circulation $183,700,000, and deposits
$296,300,000; the loans aggregated $646,600,000, investments in
stocks $99,000,000, specie funds $27,800,000, and notes of other
banks $25,200,000.



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BEPOBT OF THE COMPTKOLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

While banking statistics for years prior to 1863 are more or less
incomplete and the data relating to State banks between 1863 and
1873 not official, a statement showing the growth of banking since
the establishment of the Government, with respect to the number
of banks, capital, circulation, and deposits, will Tbe of interest. The
following statement shows the number of banks, their capital, circulation, and deposits from 1784 to 1860 (for years showing the most
complete data;, and forfive-yearperiods from 1863 to 1913:
Number of banks, their capital, circulation, and deposits, 1784, 1794, 1804, 1815, 1820 to
1860 (10-year periods), 1863 to 1913 (5-year periods).
[In millions of dollars.]
Number of
banks.

Year.
1784
1794
1804
1815
1820
1830
1840
1850
1860
1863
1868
1873
1878
1883
1888
1893
1898
1903
1908
1913

.

.
.

..
. . .

3
17
59
208
307
329
901
824
1,562
1,466
2,293
3,229
3,835
6.647
9,492
9,485
13,684
21,346
25,993

Capital.
$2.1
18.0
39.5
82.2
102.1
110.1
358.4
217.3
421.8
405.0
486.4
532.9
587.7
625.6
853.7
1,091.8
992.0
1,321.9
1,757.2
2,096.8

Circulation. Deposits.
$2.0
11.6
. 14.0
45.5
40.6
48.4
106.9
131.3
207.1
238.6
294.9
340.2
300.4
312.2
155.5
155.1
189.9
359.2
613.7
722.1

$31.2
39.5
75.6
109.5
253.8
393.6
968.6
1,421.2
1,717.4
2,568.4
3,422.7
4,627.3
5,688.2
9,553.6
12,784.5
17,475.7

The following condensed statement gives the principal items of
resources and liabilities for National, State, savings, private banks,
and loan and trust companies, from 1863 to 1913, inclusive, and
reveals the growth of banking in this country for the past 51 years:




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43

Principal items of resources and liabilities of State, savings, and private banks, loan and
trust companies, and national banks, from 1863 to 1913.
[From 1863 to 1872, inclusive, data from various sources; from 1873 compiled from reports obtained by the
Comptroller of the Currency.]
[Amounts in millions of dollars.]

Year.

1863.
1864.
1865.
1866.
1867.
1868.
1869.
1870.
1871.
1872.
1873.
1874.
1875.
1876.
1877.
1878.
1879.
1880.
1881.
1882.
1883.
1884.
1885.
1886.
1887.
1888.
1889.
1890.
1891.
1892.
1893.
1894.
1895.
1896.
1897.
1898.
1899.
1900.
1901.
1902.
1903.
1904.
1905.
1906.
1907.
1908.
1909.
1910.
1911.
1912.
1913.

Number Loans and
discounts
Bonds, Due from
of banks (including stocks, etc. banks and
reporting. overdrafts).
bankers.
1,466
3 1,089
*467
1,960
2,267
2,279
2,293
2,354
2,457
2,796
3,066
5 1,968
5
1,893,
3,336'
3,448
3,384
3,229
3,335
3,355
3,427
3,572
3,835
4,111
4,350
4,378
6,179
6,647
7,203
7,999
8,641
9,338
9,492
9,508
9,818
9,469
9,457
9,485
9,732
10,382
11,406
12,424
13,084
14,850
16,410
17,905
19,746
21,346
22,491
23,095
24,392
25,195
25,993

Specie.

$180.5
70.7
362.4
550.4
588.5
655.7
686.3
719.3
789'. 4
871.5
1,439.9
1,564.5
1,748.1
1,727.1
1,720.9
1,561.2
1,507.4
1,662.1
1,901.9
2,050.3
2,133.6
2,260.7
2,272.3
2,456.7
2,944.9
•3,161.1
3,475.2
3,842.1
3,965.9
4,336.6
4,368.6
4,085.0
4,268.8
4,251.1
4,216.0
4,652.2
5,177.6
5,657.5
6,425.2
7,189.0
7,738.9
7,982.0
9,027.2
9,893.7
10,763.9
10,438.0
11,373.2
12,521.8
13,046.4
13,953.6
14,626.7

$96.9

$46.1
50.7

93.4
404.3
465.2
443.1
440.5
414.6
406.1
419.9
431.2
713.2
723.2
793.1
807.3
841.2
865.9
1,032.9
900.6
500.9
1,049.1
951.2
1,030.4
952.0
1,031.1
999.9
1,112.1
1,111.9
1,158.0
1,042.5
1,269.4
1,354.1
1,445.3
1,565.2
1,674.4
1,732.3
1,859.7
2,179.0
2,398.3
2,821.2
3,039.2
3,400.1
3,654.2
3,987.9
4,073.5
4,377.1
4,445.9
4,614.4
4,723.4
5,051.9
5,358.9
5,407.2

33.3
103.0
110.7
100.0
123.1
107.6
121.2
143.8
144.0
167.1
193.6
195.0
198.2
184.6
183.2
204.0
248.9
346.1
307.3
392.8
294.1
432.9
349.8
632.1
439.1
513.7
531.3
652.6
684.3
549.2
705.1
714.4
645.0
781.4
924.9
1,203.1
1,272.8
1,448.0
1,561.2
1,570.6
1,842.9
1,981.9
2,029.2
2,135.6
2,236.2
2,562.0
2,393.0
2,788.8
2,848.0
2,776.6

9.4
12.6
11.1
20.8
18.5
31.1
19.9
24.3
6
27.9
6 22.3
6 19.0
6 25.4
621.3
6 29.7
6 42.7
6 100.2
6
129.5
6 112.4
6 116.2
6110.2
6
179.0
6 152.2
e 165.1
226.4
7 221.5
221.9
217.3
262.2
210.9
283.4
246.3
251.2
297.7
402.2
449.1
449.7
479.0
541.0
478.2
612.2
617.3
633.0
719.5
860.5
1,044.6
1,009.6
1,110.7
1,137.0
1,113.3

Paper cur- Total cash
rency.*
in bank.
2$205.5
$190.0
219 3
194.5
179.9
144.0
156.6
174.1
153.3

219.7
277.6
256.4
261.8
324.2
305.0
405.5
384.8
280.6
330.5
285.6
274.2
300.2
328.5
307.1
379.0
378.4
376.8
383.4
394.2
507.8
407.4
414?2
443.4
435.9
447.4

1
Includes cash not classified.
2 Specie funds and notes of other banks,
a From Homan's Banker's Almanac.
* National banks.
5
Number of national banks only; number of State and savings banks not reported.
«Specie in national banks; incomplete iox State banks.
*1ncludes coin certificates from 1889; specie for 1902 partially estimated.




47.6
199.4
231.9
205.6
200.7
162.5
187.7
194.0
177.6
218.2
252.2
238.7
226.4
230.5
214.6
216.3
285.5
295.0
287.1
321.0
321.2
414.3
375.5
432.8
446.1
499.1
478.3
479.1
586.4
515.9
688.9
631.1
531.8
628.2
687.8
723.3
749.9
807.5
848.1
857.2
990.6
994.1
1,016.4
1,113.7
1,368.3
1,452.0
1,423.8
1,"54.2
1,572.9
1,500.7

44

EEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

Principal items of resources and liabilities of State, savings, and private banks, loan and
trust companies, and national banks, from 1863 to 1913—Continued.
[Amounts in millions of dollars.]

Year.

1863
1864
1865
1866
18C7
1808
1869
1870
1871
-1872
1873
1874
1875
1876
1877
1878
1879
1880
1881
1882
.1883
1884
1885
1886
1887
1888
1883
1890
1891
1892
1893
1894
1895
1896
1897
1898
1899
1900
1901
1902
1903
1904
1905
1906
1907
1908
1909
1310
1)11
1)12
1913

Capital.

/
\

$405.0
311.5
75.2
397.0
480.8
483.8
486.4
489.7
513.7
561.7
592.6
532.9
550.3
592.6
602.3
614.2
587.7
580.4
565.2
572.3
590.6
625.6
656.4
678.0
686.7
806.8
'853.7
893.3
968.7
1,029.7
1,071.1
1,091.8
1,069.8
1,060.3
1,051.9
1,012.3
992.0
973.6
1,024.7
1,076.1
1,201.0
1,321.9
1,392.5
1,463.2
1,565.3
1,690.8
1,757.2
1,800.0
1,880.0
1,952.4
2,010.8
2,096.8
1

Surplus
and profits.

$4.2
54.5
79.4
93.9
109.4
126.0
132.7
143.1
155.4
215.6
199.9
254.2
261.6
260.5
237.7
246.1
260.2
292.0
310.1
347.8
379.6
362.0
393.8
460.2
493.7
531.9
584.0
619.2
650.3
689.3
682.4
699.3
694.4
712.7
732.7
761.1
882.2
955.6
1,096.9
1,273.4
1,360.9
1,439.5
1,558.9
1,645.0
1,761.5
1,834.6
1,952.6
2,065.6
2,166.1
2,249.8

Circula-

$238.7
163.3
189.1
131.5
267.8
291.8
294.9
292.7
291.8
315.5
327.1
340.2
338.7
318.1
294.8
290.4
300.4
307.7
318.4
312.5
309.2
312.2
295.3
269.2
238.0
166.8
155.5
129.0
126.5
124.0
141.2
155.1
171.8
178.8
199.2
196.6
189.9
199.4
265.3
319.0
309.4
359.2
399.6
445^4
510.9
547.9
613.7
636.3
675.6
681.7
708.7
722.1

Individual
deposits. -

Due to
banks.

Total
assets.

$393.7
$58.0
39.1
33.3
28.3
12.8
13.2
11.1
12.4
15.1
10.6
10.2
11.1
10.9
25.6
252.1
10.7
12.2
12.6
13.9
14.2
14.0
17.1
23.2
58.4
46.7
30.6
25.9
14.2
13.7
14.1
13.2
15.4
16.4
52.9
76.3
98.9
99.1
124.0
147.3
110.3
75.3
89.9
180.7
130.3
70.4
54.5
48.5
58.9
49.7

$100.5

$1,191.7

119.4
641.0
815.8
876.6
968.6
1,032.0
1,051.3
1,251.6
1,353.8
1,421.2
1,526.5
1,787.0
1,778.6
1,813.6
1,717.4
1,694.2
1,951.6
2,296.8
2,460.1
2,5G8.4
2,566.4
2,734.3
2.812.0
3,308.2
3,422.7
3,778.1
4,062.5
4,196.8
4,664.9
4,027.3
4,651.2
4,921.3
4.945.1
5,094.7
5,688.2
0,768.7
7,238.9
8,460.6
9,104.7
9,553.6
10,000.5
11,350.7
12,215.8
13,099.6
12,784.5
14,035.5
15,283.4
15,906.3
17,024.0
17,475.7

27.4
157.8
122.4
112.5
140.7
129.0
148.5
176.4
172.7
178.6
232.5
194.7
183.3
170.1
161.7
187.9
239.6
314.7
279.0
288.2
227.0
293.0
308.9
350.1
366.1
434.6
432.3
415.7
464.9
419.9
599.1
600.5
521.7
673.4
809.8
1,046.4
1,172.5
1,333.0
1,393.2
1,475.9
1,752.2
1,904.3
1,899.0
2,075.4
2,198.0
2,484.1
2,225.3
2,621.1
2,632.6
2,584.2

252.3
1,126.5
1,476.4
1,494.1
1,572.2
1,564.2
1,510.7
1,730.6
1,770.8
2,731.3
2,890.4
3,204.6
3,183.1
3,204.1
3,080.6
3,212.6
3,399.0
3,869.1
4,031.1
4,208.0
4,221.3
4,426.9
4,521.5
5,203.7
5,470.4
5,940.9
6,343.0
6,562.1
7,245.3
7,192.3
7,220.6
7,609.6
7,553.9
7,822.1
8,609.0
9,C04.9
10,785.9
12,357.5
13,363.9
14,303.1
15,198.8
16,918.2
18,147.6
19,645.0
19,583.4
21,095.0
22,450.3
23,631.1
24,986.6
25,712.1

Includes State bank circulation.
Includes deposits of United States disbursing officers.
NOTE.—Since 1873 the Comptroller of the Currency has collected and published statistics of State banks
but complete data for compiling these statistics for a number of years thereafter were available only for
those States in which the banks were required to report to some State official. For recent years the statistics are practically complete.
s




45

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

GROWTH OF BANKING IN RECENT YEARS.

The table following shows the growth of banks in the United States,
including the island possessions, as indicated by the number of banks,
capital stock, and individual deposits for four-year periods from 1900,
the number of nonreporting banks, their capital and deposits being
estimated from data obtained from reliable sources:
Individual deposits.

Capital.
Bank.

Number.

Amount.
1900.
National
State, etc
Reporting capital only
Total

3,732
6,650
3,595

Per cent.

$621,536,461 1
403,192,214 1
126,000,000 /

13,977

1,150,728,675

National
State, etc
Nonreporting..

5,331
9,519
3,994

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

Total....

18,844

1,473,904,674

6,824
14,522
3,654

919,100,850
838,058,353
76,646,000

25,000

1,833,805,203

7,372
17,823
3,800

1 033,570,675

28,995

2 ,080,843,505

National
State, etc
Nonreporting..

7,473
18,520
3,261

1,056,919,792
1 039,930,069

Total....

29,254

2,161,849,861

Amount.

Per cent.

54.00 $2,458,092,758
\
46.00 / 4,780,893,692 |/
\ 450,000,000
100.00

31.97
68.03

7,688,986,450

100.00

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

31.70
68.10

1904.

i

100.00

I

10,448,545,990

100,00

1908.
National
State, etc
Nonreporting..
Total....

4,374,551,208
50.14
49.86 / 8,409,959,961
\ 485,988. 831
100.00

}

13,270,500,000

32.97
67.03
100.00

1912.
National
State, etc
Nonreporting..
Total....

977,272,830
70,000,000

}

5,825,461,163
49.67
50.33 /ll,198,606,443
\ 470,000,000
100.00

}

17,494,067,606

33.30
66.70
100.00

1913.
65,000,000

48.89 15,953,461,551
11,522,302,583 ^
51.11
460,000,000 1
100.00

17,935,764,134

33.20
66.80
100.00

i Exclusive of postal savings deposits.

Since 1900 the number of banks in operation in the country has
increased by over 109 per cent, and their volume of business, as indicated by their deposits, shows an increase of over 133 per cent. In
1900 the total number of banks in operation (data for nonreporting
banks being estimated) was stated at 13,977, with capital of
$1,150,728,675, individual deposits $7,688,986,450. The nonreporting banks in 1900 were estimated at 3,595, in 1904 at 3,994, in 1908
at 3,654, in 1912 at 3,800, and in 1913 at 3,261.
For the current year (aga.in estimating nonreporting banks) the
number has increased to 29,254, with aggregate capital of $2,161,849,861 and individual deposits of $17,935,764,134. In 1900 the
capital of the 3,732 nation^ banks was 54 per cent of the capital of
all reporting banks and their individual deposits were about 32 per
cent of the total. In June, 1913, the capital of 7,473 national banks
was only 48.89 per cent of that of all banks, but their individual de


46

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

posits had increased to 33.2 per cent. In 1900 the capital stock of
national banks in round amounts aggregated $621,000,000, and of all
other banks $529,000,000. For the current year the capital stock of
national banks aggregates $1,056,900,000, and that of all other
reporting and nonreporting banks $1,104,900,000. The figures
show that national banks during the last 13 years have increased
their capital by 70 per cent, while that of all other banks increased
109 per cent, but it further appears that national banks increased
their volume of business, as measured by individual deposits, by a
much larger percentage than did the other banks, the gain during
this period being 142 per cent for nationals and 129 per cent for other
banks.
BANKING POWER OF THE UNITED STATES.

The banking power of the United States in 1913, as represented
by capital, surplus and other profits, deposits and circulation of
national and other reporting banks, together with the estimated
amount of funds of this character in nonreporting banks, is
$23,181,545,433, against $22,548,706,835 in 1912. The increase for
the year was $632,838,598, or 2.8 per cent, or about one-half of the
percentage of increase in 1912 over 1911, when it was stated at 5.69
per cent. Since 1900, when it was reported at $10,685,000,000, the
banking power has increased over 117 per cent. The details are set
forth in the following table:
Banking power of the United States.
Number.

Capital.

Surplus and
profits.

Deposits.

Circulation.

Total.

National banks
7,473 $1,056,919,792 $988,747,755 "$6,021,848,465 $722,125,024 $8,789,641,036
18,520 1,039,930,069 1,261,091.605 2 11,528,882,723
State, etc., banks
13,829,904,397
65,000,000
460,000,000
37,000,000
562,000,000
Nonreporting banks.. 3,261
Total
29,254 2,161,849,861 2,286,839,360 18,010,731,188 722,125,024 23,181,545,433
i Includes United States deposits.

* Includes postal savings deposits.

RESOURCES AND LIABILITIES OF THE BANKS, BY STATES.

The table following is a condensed statement of the resources and
liabilities of all reporting banks of the United States as of June 4,
1913, arranged by States and geographical divisions:




Condensed statement of resources and liabilities of all reporting banks of the United States on June 4, 19IS.
[Includes national, State, savings, and private banks and loan and trust companies.]

States.

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut
New England States
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia
Eastern States
Virginia
West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee
Southern States
Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michi gan
Wisconsin
Minnesota




Population
(estimated Number Loans and dis-Investments, Due from banks
by Govcounts, includbonds, securities,
and bankers.
ernment of banks. ing overdrafts.
etc.
actuary).
$86,739,315.19
73,000,163.12
87,678,170.14
1,162,016,249.73
131,537,256.99
250,634,873.92

$123,751,732.97
69,685,560.87
24,095,285.09
430,152,533.59
106,342,000.74
218,944,966.40

$9,502,649.69
7,098,735.26
6,451,162.82
143,648,081.08
18,305,551.24
25,630,622.97

Cash on hand.

All other resources.

Total.

$10,580,493.87
3,335,192.12
2,277,305.21
51,203,824.26
4,923,381.03
12,359,378.56

$235,422,054.21
155,443,975.80
122,639,906.18
1.857,551,773.27
'269,810,130.46
517,530,450.94

98,503,804.00

84,679,575.05

3,158,398,290.86

562,017,068.33
23,191,541.36
130,855,433.81
1,591,503.74
11,532,986.77
4,356,372.49

439,705,744.03
28,680,902.49
163,767,859.97
2,018,807.52
19,630,203.35
12,004,757.47

$4,847,862.49
2,324,324.43
2,137,982.92
70,531,084.61
8,701,940.46
9,960,609.09

757,000
437,000
359,000
3,536,000
570,000
1,180,000

162
120
102
437
52

6,839,000

1,081

1,791,606,029.09

972,972,079.66

210,636,803.06

9,773,000
2,765,000
8,116,000
206,000
1,327,000
352,000

907
363
239
36

3,378,018,483.30
373,443,950.89
1,282,352,837.86
23,546,620.52
174,106,591.15
63,067,277.62

1,611,199,222.53
229,089,453.36
795,181.516.97
17,396,058.69
148,905,533.70
27,341,609.56

478,267,177.59
70,083,046.43
297,486,301.72
3,729,748.34
36,620,197.09
16,186,219.14

22,539,000

2,921

5,294,535,761.34

2,829,113,394.81

902,372,690.31

733,544,906.50

665,808,274.83

10,425,375,027.79

2,124,000
1,305,000
2,300,000
1,563,000
2,720,000
825,000
2,218,000
1,865,000
1,730,000
4,135,000
1,668,000
2,345,000
2,240,000

392
307
473
383
786
236
357
365
248
1,355
331
620

170,176,602.65
118,343,977.89
107,130,971.88
88,775,224.30
174,547,013.54
62,578,507.34
95,183,758.62
68,885,920.62
120,160,264.48
313,652,787.65
56,205,667.13
146,041,709.84
128,708,369.15

28,651,928.36
22,444,552.17
10,675,287.23
10,563,470.73
20,603,615.58
12,874,083.90
15,898,581.20
9,735,108.59
25,755,224.83
51,101,889.42
5,455,909.33
38,298,942.22
19,496,940.45

24,142,101.78
21,835,019.03
17,374,284.60
9,643,200.49
22,530,263.34
19,528,022.94
15,711,232.22
12,417,225.69
23,842,678.18
83,047,420.05
11,933,295.45
30,965,587.95
28,792,097.84

9,517,573.20
7,941,574.53
5,042,155.80
2,629,416.80
8,208,201.98
5,394,170.85
7,721,460.74
4,054,994.75
9,278,052.27
33,584,662.84
4,032,240.75
12,692,140.03
11,636,481.38

11,926, 685.96
10,672! 926.70
6,673i 984.57
5,334J 930.56
14,626. 067.30
6,190^ 797.58
8,472, 668.89
4,852, 409.40
16,776, 656.25
30,237. 077.62
5,323! 971.44
15,715' 252.22
18,138, 053.97

244,414, 891.95
181,238! 050.32
146,896! 684.08
116,946', 242.88
240,515, 161.74
106,565, 582.61
142,987, 701. 67
99,945, 659.05
195,812, 876. 01
511,623, 837.58
82,951, 084.10
243,713, 632.26
206,771 942.79

27,038,000

6,341

1,650,390,775.09

271,555,534.01

321,762,429.56

121,733,125.92

154,941,482.46

2,520,383,347.04

4,961,000
2,767,000
5,880,000
2,935,000
2,420,000
2,176,000

1,043
938
1,352
641
755
1,074

652,088,644.09
305,047,176.39
1,074,936,487.10
377,462,752.78
270,731,141.78
329,657,265.43

258,794,018.87
70,983,708.69
250,057,057.34
87,347,923.86
62,605,250.41
48,694,198.23

145,810,546.80
71,383,214.13
229,610,973.51
71,231,968.19
55,666,799.82
67,066,755.41

62,100,216.59
25,319,259.56
164,906,843.33
36,149,358.17
21,815,718.25
26,381,634.56

52,358,033.82
39,110,113.43
61,752,018.38
18,626,751. 45
13,071,447.26 I
19,334,831.00 I

6,469,207,695.78
724,488,894.53
2,669,643,950.33
48,282,738.81
390,795.512.06 '
122,956,236.28

1,171,151,460.17
511,843,472.20
1,781,263,379.60
590,818,754.45
423,890,357.52
491,134,684.03

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Population
(estimated Number Loans and disby Govcounts, includernment of banks.
ing overdrafts.
actuary).

States.

Iowa
Missouri
Middle Western States

I n v e s t m e n t s , Due from banks
bonds, securities, and bankers.
etc.

Cash on hand.

All other resources.

Total.

2,230,000
3,377,000

1,477
1,416

$463,469,885.03
523,900,291.68

$34,173,309.63
94,205,532.48

$77,942,201.00
135,727,011.44

$24,592,954.34
58,257,461.25

$20,858,321.03
34,829,386.10

$621,036,671.63
846,919,682.95

26,746,000

8,696

3,997,293,644.88

906,800,999.51

854,439,470.30

419,523,446.05

259,940,902.47

6,438,058,463.21

675,000
644,000
1,250,000
1,792,000
421,000
165,000
897,000
383,000
1,959,000

752
629
942
1,132
236
97
319
82
923

75,341,131.13
72,741,003.40
182,611,120.47
164,057,696.14
66,170,839.53
19,398,365.16
93,192,647.05
18,253,892.73
92,549,324.50

6,606,227.83
6,080,781.51
18,620,686.16
19,987,810.75
10,033,407.42
2,719,054.51
36,132,987.09
2,802,121.98
21,048,584.56

17,381,334.56
20,904,597.37
46,400,783.35
52,834,288.91
21,126,456.11
4,070,442.52
35,053,016.01
5,321,194.45
32,006,202.01

4,310,162.64
4,819,516.09
16,219,883.92
14,669,334.11
8,303,699.28
1,597,652.61
14,221,610.94
1,496,738.83
9,381,412.98

7,340,482.55
7,785,711.05
13,819,364.45
9,771,221.31
5,767,848.36
1,193,013.90
6,790,272.31
1,669,446.70
8,473,704.80

111,039,338.71
112,331,009.42
277,671,838.35
261,320,351.22
111,402,250.70
28,978,528.70
185,390,533.40
29,543,394.69
163,459,228.85

8,186,000

5,112

784,316,020.11

124,091,661.81

235,098,315.29

75,020,011.40

62,611,065.43

1,281,137,074.04

1,362,000
767,000
2,726,000
395,000
404,000
99,000
236,000
79,000

355
255
804
192
101
33
56
16

136,180,474.61
87,228,688.35
732,811,846.33
31,182,929.12
51,266,581.30
12,640,997.93
20,844,981.00
2,610,705.96

35,590,195.29
25,533,792.96
210,647,190.67
6,642,547.93
10,007,871.67
3,893,524.08
4,557,674.50
367,791.10

42,478,633.88
26,463,781.94
140,850,127.04
7,036,407.00
11,119,022.15
4,347,979.42
8,492,898.21
1,359,866.52

17,816,177.55
13,809,924.23
60,610,949.38
2,941,063.91
4,262,156,02
. 1,532,915.29
2,388,226.89
659,659.74

25,954,102.98
7,834,551.47
60,169,824.72
3,631,644.03
3,951,920.93
1,038,783.89
2,059,391.50
510,534.31

258,019,584.31
160,870,738.95
1,205,089,938.14
51,434,591.99
80,607,552.07
• 23,454,200.61
38,343,172.10
5,508,557.63

6,068,000
97,416,000

1,812
25,963

1,074,767,204.60
14,592,909,435.11

297,240,588.20
5,401,834,25.8.00

242,148,716.16
2,766,458,424.68

104,021,073.01
1,552,346,366.88

105,150,753.83
1,333,132,054.07

1,823,328,335.80
25,646,680,538.74

205,000
1,165,000

13
6
11

8,729,657.16
7,007,909.96
18,125,662.09

2,873,364.22
1,822,366.85
689,390.49

1,069,606.99
5,374,847.54
3,710,812.98

2,535,261.19
2,220,582.68
3>607,236.30

807,423.71
1,005,637.57
5,903,301.01

16,015,313.27
17,431,344.60
32,036,402.87

1,370.000

30

33,863,229.21

5,385,121.56

10,155,267.51

8,363,080.17

7,716,362.29

65,483,060.74

Total, United States and island
possessions .
.
198,786,000

25,993

14,626,772,664.32

5,407,219,379.56

2,776,613,692.19

1,560,709,447.05

21,340,848,416.36

25,712,163,599.48

1

North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana

. ..

Wyoming
Colorado^
New Mexico
Oklahoma

Western States
Washington
Oregon
California
Idaho..
Utah
Nevada.-.
Arizona
Alaska
Pacific States
United States
Hawaii
Porto Rico
Philippines

June 30..
June 30..
.June 30..

Island possessions

1
Population of Philippines not included; estimated by the Government actuary at 8,000,000.
* Other resources include: Banking house, furniture, and fixtures, $583,909,887.34; other real estate owned, $111,597,940.66; checks and other cash items, $141,783,839.99; exchanges
for clearing house, $285,129,197.64; and miscellaneous, $218,427,550.73.




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Capital stock.

States.

CO

New England States

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New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia
Eastern States
Virginia
West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee
Southern States...!
Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan
Wisconsin
Minnesota;,. u ; . ; . , . ' . *

Individual
deposits.

United States i Postal sav- | Due to banks
deposits.
| ings deposits.! and bankers.

$11,205,400.00
6,513,000.00
6,710,000.00
83,984,900.00
14,841,424.00
26,889,300.00

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut

1

Surplus and undivided profits.

$19,306,763.92
14,750,790.88
10,047,349.33
166,270,300.51
22,554,200.46
45,232,663.60

$188.175,323.94
124; 954.251. 49
99,201) 101. 69
1,457,518.190.94
221,448) 068. 78
423,154,478.98

8261,1.92.12
268,491.08
221.628.15
1,179,841.51
302,462.99
245,442.98

150,144,024.00

278,192,068.70

2.514,451,415.82

2,479,058.83

1,950,406.83

281,870,657.93
44,744,414. 60
237,249,120.00 |
4,817,275.09
32,358,254.77 I
19,252,569.00 I

621,610, 784.86
"",011,094.39
367,783,269.41
7,083,201.53
40,157,037.47
11,889,446.18

4,400,902,307.20
543,267,493.39
1.688,779,240.71
33,454,173.82
260,375,882.57
72,552,236.06

4.412,917.02
'617,376.05
2,606,659.44
102,287.81
1,243,522.30
2,879,366.90

1,883,279.73
439,376.51
1,721,679.03
3,612.53
56, 729.61
146,316.23

6,999,331,333.75 I 11,862,129.58

4,250,993.64

1,253,444,107.44

620,292,291.30 ! 1,125,534,833.84
31,066,090.15
21,912, 522. 75 *i
19,436,968.52 i
19,065,636.90
43,892,658. 67
13,444,285.20
23,540,956.19
16,101,926.55
23,171,312. 50
82,665,850. 77
14,334,108.28
37,845,193.25
28, 763,372. 79

24, 732,147.15
16.783,550.58
10,673,645. 56
11,000,141.02
29,788,643.83
7,319,405.46
14,985,663.36
7,505,185.85
16.590,403.04
46,987,721.07
6,123,964.50
18,643,059.08
13,615,412.06

375,240,882.52 I

224,749,542. 56

1,477,269,342.40

9,439,789.13

107,203,895.00
57,255,166.50
160,201,145.91
46,266,480.34
38,410,650.00
43,477,500-.00

80,407.638.59
30,290,118.13
118,902,369.11
35,220,067.10
21,649,519.39
29,345,261.10

821,240,047.04
337,262, 738.34
1,115,803,176.23
464,627,942. 74
321,051,776.32
34386187703

2,931,453.05
2,162,303. 95
4,364,356.05
929,431. 70
951,106. 25
1* 295* 774; 61




146,697, 807. 64
125,586,974.50
91,673, 629.52
60,833, 269. 39
115,592, 908. 87
68,086,062.07
83,065, 428.89
65,193, 956.07
115,730, 535.26
283,938)564.20
50,652, 933. 72
143,498,395.48
126,718,876. 79

1,648, 801. 60
365. 070.10
497, 73. 31
240',443.12
910, 126. 75
422, 110,80
260, 448.89
121, 108. 51
429, 572. 43
1,734,GS1. 95
44, 296. 86
1,943, 449.22
821, 905. 59

$75,889.31 I
202,678.49
31,606.29
1,010,963.78
228,537.07
400,731.89

$1,859,107.14
2,922,099.60
1,281,244.36
109,563.012.18
4,381,405.08
6,093,554.53

f Sayings deposits Average
savings
All other liabili- ? (included with deposits
ties.
1 individual deper
( posits).
capita.
$14,538,377.78
5,832,664.20
5,146,976.36
68,024,564.35
6,054,032.08
15,484,278.96

$148,913,582.84
105,311,727.43
86,388,368.71
877,327,195.87
138,870 ; 575.14
318,983,249.64

£196. 72
240.99
240.64
248.11
243.63
270.32

126,100,422.95

85,080,893.73

1,675,794,699.63

245.03

911,845,589.16
29,059,846.08
267,620.971.38
1,108^205.80
36, 428,172.91
7,381,322.11

246,682,159.88
29,349,293.51
103,883,010.36
1,713,982.32
20,175,912.37
8,854,979.80

1,910,623,644.02
294,654,910.38
669,810,985.00
15,530,039.86
140,080,767.99
8,237,997.11

195.50
106.57
82.53
75.39
105.56
23. 40

410,659,338.24

,038,938,344.36

134.83

15,346 754. 82
5,926! 535. 60"
8,089: 312. 62
3,62a 591.52
8,917, 869.42
8,279! 861.33
5,082: 895.42
1,897) 660.46
20,108 354.87
4s, no:426. 88
706.06
5,059: 028. 82
16,240: 008.96
14,444,

24,813,078.38
10,601,069.58
16,510,251.98
22,173,624.78
41,364,999.61
8,920,603.77
15,994,846.22
9,045,299.29
19,686,235.15
47,731,328.47
6,609,933.04
25,279,479.88
22,225,911.51

1,597,121.39 I

161,130,007.38 i

270,956,661.66

2,371,843.66
831,311.48
1,908,116.63
1,055,496.29
758.538.26
1> 218i 25-li 28

89,401,454.24
30,399,061.35
316,340,243.01
29,069,750.60
23,082,682. 95
57,235* 821; 16

110,212.21 !
02,327.21 ;
15,102.57 i
12,536.15*!
47,954.59 I
' 93,253.98 |
57,462.70
80,522.32 I
96,462. 76 i
449,264.24 i
126,141.04 !
263,426.53 '
182,455.09 ! -

|
!
!
j
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67,595,128.59
53,642, 772.45
63,743,972.12
13,649,579. 68
17,986,084.35
14.700,199.45

47,077, 322.51 j
24,217, 999.90 !
18,254, 741.24 |
949.43 i
30^853^ 213.65 I
18,580, 804.35 !
16,925, 933.63 I
7,892,037.48 !
31,463, 300.47;
13,439, 192. 76 i
5,747,381.18 !
23, 763,649.30 !
21,044, 855.59

22.16
IS. 56
7.94
17.23
11.34
22. 52
7.63
4.23
IS. 19
3.25
3.45
10.13
9.40

286,187,381.49

10.58

324,499,261.86 :
70,744,640.00
346,841,226.59 '.
250,199,642.3S
78,082,064.17
66.445,130*29 ;

65. 41
25.57
58.99
85.25
32.27
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States.

Capital stock.

Surplus and undivided profits.

Individual
deposits.

United States Postal savdeposits.
ings deposits.

O

Savings deposits Average
savings
All other liabili- (included with deposits
individual deties.
per
posits).
capita.

Due to banks
and bankers.

$62,684,586.29
91,292,650.00

$33,296,155.25
68,706,043.69

$447,947,967.30
464,111,347.29

$614,557.30
1,487,082.69

$157,694.64
1,216,427.67

$52,077,551. 76
181,377., 840.62

$24,258,159.09
38,728,290.99

$157,022,383.92
42,222,833.92

$70.41
12.50

606,792,074.04

417,817,17136

4,315,906,872.29

14,736,065.60

9,517,679.91

778,984,412.29

294,304,186.72

1,336,057,183.13

49.95

Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Western States

13,793, 300.00
12,278, 500.00
30,427, 300.00
31,014, 800.00
13,494,000.00
3,324,000.00
17,501, 550.00
3,722,200.00
23,256, 700.00

5,774,333.49
6,100,296.63
17,277,488.62
18,783,977.14
7,029,273.88
2,560,705.53
12,348,286.21
1,524,443.60
8,171,386.73

80,600,604.29
81,105,884.61
179,320,769.34
179,424,502.44
79,561,389.46
19,780,693.11
123,653,130.70
20,535,400.29
107,557,105.22

206, 660.33
342, 950.69
893, 722. 72
866, 807.28
721, 217.28
247, 362.19
1,034, 013.30
252, 374.89
968, 521.34

30,795. 72
122,803. 76
281,684. 75
389,830.63
613,920.13
41,016.85
849,012.67
46,164. 73
228,542. 56

4,805. 728.57
7,458' 178. 56
34,373; 007.40
19,105, 875.27
5,827i 135.06
1,25a 212. 86
19,295^ 558. 89
1,493, 287.46
10,766, 647. 51

5,827, 916.31
4,922, 995.17
15,097, 865.52
11,734, 558. 46
4,155, 308. 89
1,766, 538.16
10,708, 981. 63
1,969, 523.72
12,510, 325.49

2,743,523. 61
3,797r862. 51
18,917,894.13
7,377,526.60
13,422,125.60
3,096,735.11
23,689,329.06
948,988.18
2,179.315.51

4.00
5.90
15.13
4.12
31.88
18.77
26.41
2.48
1.11

148,812,350.00

79,570,191.83

871,539,479.46

5,533,630.02

2,603,777.80 j

104,383,631.58

68,694,013.35

70,173,300.37

9.31

Washington
Oregon.
California
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
Arizona
Alaska

26,897,102.49
18,242,179.55
118,774,393.96
7,260,010.00
9,126,799.35
3,498,350.00
4,306,436.14
923,000.00

14,137,308.60
9,782,278.82
85,469,081.30
3,349,806. 75
4,390,291.94
1,139,377.00
2,675,613.16
278,662.05

175,921.895.53
110.769,664.79
839,661,640.97
34,546,087.38
53,982,475.21
16,024,902.41
28,363,579.27
4; 001,090.20

1,713,107.72
908,910.01
1,495,421.85
191,747.75
412,047.38
63,116.65
236,044.53
234,305.37

1,009,777.54
1,101,757.26
2,575,035.99
237,135.24
48,342.02
93,169.01
239,319.13

19,327,008.22
13,023,577.67
103,427,737.73
1,996,895.48
7,591,750.02
1,053,298.65
1,162,632.41
6,289.81

19,013,384.21
7,042', 370.85
58,686,626.34
3,852,909.39
5,055,846.15
1,581,986.89
1,359, 547. 46
65,210.20

51,236, 775. 77
15,704,936. 77
453,541,414.25
2,440,915.87
21,867)960.43
4,116,241.06
4,456,094.78
81.674.33

\K. 62
20. 48
166.37
6.18
54.13
•11.58
18.8S
1.03

Pacific States
189,028,271.49
United States
2,090,309,, 893.35
Hawaii
June 30. J
2,742,500.00
1,047,468.40
Porto Rico
June 30.,
2,750,000.00
Philippines
June SO..

121,222,419.62
2,247,086,228.91

1,263,271,335.76
17,441,769,779.48

5,254,701.26 5,304,536.19
49,305,374.42 25,224,515.76

147,589,189.99
1,571,631,771.63

91,657.881.49
1,221,352)975.19

700,179.46
769,872.37
1,283,079.92

11,313,718.56
10,939,100.47
11,741,536.30

~419,664.71

6,539,968.40

2,753,131.75

33,994,355.33

419,664.71

2,096,849,861.75

2,249,839,360.66

17,475,764,134.81

Iowa
Missouri
Middle Western
States
North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana

Island possessions.
Total, United States and
island possessions
<l

17,500.00

359,960.75
1,127,700.47
7,671, 472.06
9,159,133.28

479,289.79 I
3,547,202.89 I
8,572,814.59 I

17,500.00

12,599,307.27

49,725,039.13 25,242,015.76

2,584,231,078.90

1

553,446,013.26
6,966,596,922.24
2,710,631.93
1,522,454.88
1,239,218.58
5,472,305.39

1,230,512,108.47

6,972,069,227.63

91.21
71.51
13.22
1.31

70.57

Other liabilities include: National-bank circulation, $722,125,024; dividends unpaid, $3,590,839.76; bills payable, $157,401,457.90; notes and bills rediscounted, $28,617,628.20;
and miscellaneous, $318,777,158.61.




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EEPOBT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

In the foregoing table is shown the distribution of banks among the
geographical sections in the following order: 8,696 in the Middle
Western States, 6,341 in the Southern States, 5,112 in the Western
States, 2,921 in the Eastern States, 1,812 in the Pacific States, 1,081
in the New England States, and 30 in tho island possessions, From
the Middle Western States 313 more banks reported than in 1912,
from the Southern States 272 more, from the Western States 109,
from the Pacific States 91, and from the Eastern States 20. A
decrease of 2 banks is shown in the number reporting from the New
England States and of 5 from the island possessions. Comparing the
aggregate resources of the banks in the several sections, the Eastern
States are first with $10,425,000,000, Middle Western States second
with $6,438,000,000, the New England States third with $3,158,000,000, the Southern States fourth with $2,520,000,000, the Pacific States
fifth with $1,823,000,000, and the Western States sixth with $1,281,000,000, the resources of the island possessions being reported at
$65,000,000. The increase m bank resources during the year was
most marked in the Middle Western States, amounting to $287,000,000, or 4.7 per cent. The increase in the Southern States was $184,000,000, or 7.9 per cent; in the Western States, $101,000,000, or 8.7
per cent; in the Pacific States, $96,000,000, or 5.6 per cent; in the
New England States, $81,000,000, or 2.6 per cent; while in the Eastern
States there was a decrease of $16,000,000 and in the island possessions, $10,000,000. The large decrease indicated in the island possessions is chiefly due to the fact that returns from the Hawaiian
Islands are incomplete.
CLASSIFICATION OF LOANS AND DISCOUNTS IN ALL BANKS.

Loans and discounts in the banks of the United States, as shown
by reports of condition for 1913, aggregate roundly $14,626,700,000.
Of this amount $6,162,000,000 is in national banks and $8,464,700,000
in banks other than national. Of the total loans the sum of $3,547,700,000 is reported as secured by real estate; $4,512,700,000 by collateral other than real estate; $6,507,800,000 are unclassified loans,
and $58,500,000 overdrarts.
The classification of loans of banks other than national and of
national banks compiled from reports of condition as of June 4, 1913,
is set forth in the following table:
Loans and discounts.

Classification.

State banks
Mutual savings banks
Stock savings banks
Loan and trust companies
Private banks.,
Total
National banks.
Grand total




Secured Secured
by real
by colestate
Number (inelud
lateral All other
other
of banks. ing mort,
loans.
than real
gages
estate.
owned).

!
j
J
I

14,011
623
1,355
1,515
1,016
18,520
7,473
25,993

Overdrafts.

Millions, Millions. Millions. Millions.
$555.6
$692.1 $1,467.4
$31.5
1,815.6
149.5
73.8
488.2
113.5
184.0
1.9
576.3
1,374.3
813.0
3.7
35.2
14.9
71.8
2.4
3,470.9
76.8

2,344.3
2,168.4

3,547.7

4,512.7

2,610.0
3,897.8
6,507.8 |

39.5
19.0
58.5

Total.

Millions.
$2,746.7
2,038.9
787.5
2,767. 3
124.3
8,464.7
6,162. 0
14,626.7

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KEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

From the foregoing statement it appears that about 24 per cent
of the total loans are secured by real estate or other liens on realty,
the proportion of loans secured by real estate for each class of banks
being as follows: 89 per cent for mutual sayings banks; 62 per cent
for stock savings banks; 28 per cent for private banks; 20 per cent
for State banks; 21 per cent for loan and trust companies; and?slightly
less than 1J percent for national banks.
INVESTMENTS OF ALL BANKS IN BONDS AND OTHER SECURITIES.

Investments in bonds, securities, etc., of all banks, as shown by
reports of condition for June 4, 1913, aggregated $5,407,200,000,
against $5,358,900,000 in 1912, the increase being $48,300,000.
The classification by amounts and percentages of investments held
in 1912 and 1913 is as follows:
1912

1913

Classification.
Amount. I Percent.

Total

Percent,

Millions.
$823.3
1,273.5
1,631.6
603.5
-1,027.0

United States bonds
State, county, and municipal bonds
R ailroad bonds
"
Bonds of other public-service corporations.
Other bonds, stocks, and securities

Amount.
Millions.
$825.2
1,240.0
1,530.2
721.3
1,090.5

15.2
22.9
28.3
13.4
20.2

r

5,358.9 |

15.4
23.8
30.4
11.3
19.1
100.0

5,407.2 !

100.0

From the foregoing table it will be noted that 28.3 per cent of the
investments of banks reporting in 1913 is in railroad bonds, against
30.4 per cent in 1912; 13.4 per cent in bonds of other public-service
corporations, against 11.3 per cent in 1912; 15.2 per cent in United
States bonds, against 15.4 per cent in 1912. The percentage of State,
county, and municipal bonds is 22.9 per cent, against 23.8 per cent in
1912 {and the unclassified bonds, stocks, and securities is 20.2 per
cent, as against 19.1 per cent in 1912.
In the following table is shown the various classes of bonds, stocks,
and other securities held by the several classes of banks on June 4,
1913:
Classification of investments in bonds, etc., held by banks of the United States on June 4,
1913.
[Expressed in millions,]

Classification.

United States bonds
State, county, and municipal
bonds
Eailroad bonds
Bonds of other public-service
corporations
Other bonds, stocks, etc
Total




State
banks.

Mutual
savings
banks.

Stock
savings
banks.

I Loan and j
Private | trust ; National
banks, j com- ! banks.
I panies. j
$2.8 ! i $795.£

$825.2

175.2
345.2

1,239.9
1,530.2

$18.1

$5.1

$0.3

89.0
65.5

809.4
796.2

50.7
25.3

1.9
.6

52.9
140.8

99.5
95.4

35.8
29.6

351.5 | 1,818.6

146.5

334.3
197.*
1.5 I
443.1
376.2
5.5 !
9.8 | 1,191.0 ; 1,889.6 I

i Includes premium.

All
banks.

113.5 i
297.3 I

721.4
1,090.5
5,407.2

J&EPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

53

It thus appears that of the $825,200,000 United States bonds owned
by the banks, $795,500,000 are held by national and $29,700,000 by
all other banks—$18,100,000 of the latter amount being owned by
mutual savings banks. It will also be noted that during the year
there has been a net gain of $1,900,000 in United States bonds held
by the banks. The national banks during the year have increased
their holdings of United States bonds by $12,000,000, while there
has been a decrease in the holdings of all other banks of $10,100,000.
State banks held $1,100,000 less United States bonds than in 1912;
mutual savings banks $1,800,000 less; stock savings banks $4,000,000
less; loan and trust companies, $3,200,000 less. Of the total investments in bonds, stocks, etc., 35 per cent is held by national banks, 33
per cent by. mutual savings banks, and 22 per cent by loan and trust
companies, the balance, 10 per cent, being the combined holdings of
State banks, stock savings banks, and private banks* Fifty-three
per cent of the investments of loan and trust companies consists of
railroad and other public-service corporation bonds, and 49 per
cent of the bonds held by mutual sayings banks are of the same
character, as also 41 per cent of the investments of stock sayings
banks, 33 per cent of State bank investments, 29 per cent of national
bank investments, and 21 per cent of private bank* investments.
Forty-four per cent of the investments of mutual savings banks consists of State, county, and municipal bonds, the proportion of investments in this class of bonds by the other banks being 34 per cent
for stock savings banks, 25 per cent for State banks, 9 per cent for
loan and trust companies, 9 per cent for national banks, and 19 per
cent for private banks.
MONEY IN BANKS.

During the current year there has been a decrease of $12,244,032.38
in the cash holdings of all reporting banks. On June 14, 1912, the
cash held by the banks aggregated $1,572,953,479.43; on June 4,
1913, it was reported at $1,560,709,447.05. There was a decrease,
roundly, of $27,000,000 in the cash holdings of the national banks,
but an increase of $14,800,000 in the holdings of all other banks. Of
the total amount held by the banks on June 4, 1913, $969,100,000
was in national and $591,600,000 in other reporting banks. The
proportion of cash to individual deposits in national banks was therefore shown to be 16.3 per cent, that for all other commercial banks,
7.4 per cent, and including the mutual savings banks, 5.1 per cent.
Owing to the difference in the reserve requirement of national
banks and those operating under State laws it is not practicable to
make a satisfactory comparable statement of the reserve held by
national and by State banks, but it may be of interest to show here
the percentage of cash holdings to demand liabilities held by national
and by other commercial banks. The national banks held individual
deposits subject to check together with demand certificates of deposit
ori June 4, 1913, aggregating $4,603,400,000, and the cash held
(including legal tender, specie, and bills of other banks) was 21
per cent of this amount. All other commercial banks held cash
aggregating $574,500,000 and their individual deposits subject to
check, together with the estimated amount of demand certificates
of deposit (which are not separately stated) were $4,560,000,000,



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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

the cash holdings therefore being 12.6 per cent, If the amount due
to banks is included with other demand deposits, the percentage of
cash holdings for national banks will be 14.4, and for all other commercial banks 11.4.
Coin and other money held by national banks, by other reporting
banks, and by all reporting banks, are shown in the following table:
Classification of cash in banks June 4, 1913.
7,473 national
banks.

Classification.

18,520 State, etc.,
banks.

25,993 reporting
banks.

...

Silver dollars
Silver certificates
Subsidiary and minor coin
Legal-tender notes
National-bank notes
Cash not classified
Total

$143,762,658.50
323,619,310.00
89,443,500.00
13,720, 873.00
133,339,825.00
23,768,943.95
189,908,013.00
51,538,808.00

$81,476,494.62
223,62.1,940.00
12,073,686.00
53,779,333.00
14,673,943.40
52,774,362.00
55,058,684.00
98,149,072.58

$225,239,153.12
547,241,250.00
89,443,500.00
25.794,559.00
187; 119,158.00
38,442,887.35
242,682,375.00
106,597,492.00
98,149,072.58

969,101,931.45

Gold coin
Gold certificates
Gold clearing-house certificates

591,607,515.60

1,560,709,447.05

DISTRIBUTION OF MONEY IN THE UNITED STATES.

In the following table is shown the distribution of monej^ in the
United States, giving the amount in the Treasury as assets, amount
in reporting banksfc and elsewhere, from 1892 to 1913, inclusive:

Year
ended
J u n e 30—

1892
1893
1894
1895
1896
1897
1898
1899
1900
1901
1902
1903
1904
1905
1906
1907
1908
1909
1910
1911
1912
1913

Coin and
other
money
in the
United
States.

Coin and other

money in Treasury as assets.1

Coin and other
money in reporting banks. 2

Per
Amount. cent. Amount. Per
cent.

MiUions. Millions.
$150.9
$1,752,2
142,1
1,738,8
144.2
1,805.5
1,819. A
217,4
1,799.9
293.5
1,906. 7
265*7
2,073.5
235.7
2,190.0
286.0
2,339.7
284.6
2,483.1
307.8
2,563.2
313.9
2,684.7
317.0
2,803.5
284.3
2,883.1
295.2
3,069.9
333.3
3,115.6
342.6
3,378.8
340.8
3,406. 3
300.1
3, 419.5
317.2
3,555.9
341.9
3,648.8
364.3
3,720.0
356.3

8.60
8.17
7.99
11.95
16.31
13.93
11.37
13.06
12.16
12.39
12.24
11.80
10.14
10.24
10.86
11.00
10.08
8.81
9.27
9.61
9.98
9.58

MiUions.
$586.4
515.9
688.9
631.1
531.8
628.2
687.7
723.2
749.9
794.9
837.9
848.0
982.9
987.8
1,010.7
1,106.5
1,362.9
1, 444. 3
1,414.6
1,545.5
1,563.8
1,552.3

33.48
29.68
38.17
34.96
29.55
32.94
33.17
33.02
32.05
32.02
32.69
31.59
35.06
34.27
32.92
35.51
40.34
42.40
41.37
43.46
42.86
4L73

Coin and other money
not in Treasury or
banks.

Amount.
Millions.
$1,014.9
1,080.8
972.4
970.8
974.6
1,012.8
1,150.1
1,180. 8
1,305.2
1,380.4
1,411.4
1,519.7
1,536. 3
1,600.1
1,725.9
1,666.5
1,675.1
1,661.9
1,687.7
1,668.5
1,720.7
1,811.4

Per
cent.

Per
capita.

57.92 $15.50
62.15
16.14
53.84
14.21
53.36
13.89
54.14
13.65
53.13
13.87
55.46
15.43
53.92
15.51
55.79
17.11
55.59
17.75
55.07
17.90
56.61
18.88
54. SO
18.77
55. 49
19.22
56.22
20.39
53.49
19.36
49.58
19.15
48.78
18.68
49.36
18.68
46.93
17.75
47.16
17.98
48.69
18.61

In circulation,
exclusive of coin
and other money
in Treasury as*
assets.
Per
Amount. capita.
Millions.
$1,601.3
1,596. 7
1,661.3
1,601.9
1,506.4
1,641.0
1,837.8
1,904.0
2,055.1
2,175.3
2,249.3
2,367.7
2,519. 2
2,587.9
2,736.6
2,773.0
3,038.0
3,106.2
3,102.3
3,214.0
3,284.5
3,363.7

$24.60
24.06
24.56
23.24
21.44
22.92
25.19
25.62
26.93
27.98
28.43
29.42
30.77
31.08
32.32
32.22
34.72
34.93
34.33
34.20
34.34
34.56

1
Public money in national-bank depositaries to the credit of the Treasurer of the United States not
included.
2 Money in b a n k s of island possessions not included.

The general stock of money in the United States at the close of the
fiscal year ended June 30,1913, was $3,720,000,000, or $71,200,000 more
than was reported in 1912. Of the total stock of money, $356,300,000,




KEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CUREENCY.

55

or 9.58 per cent, was in the Treasury as assets, $1,552,300,000, or
41.73 per cent, in reporting banks in the United States, and $1,811,400,000, or 48.69, outside the Treasury and banks; that is, in circulation among the people. The amount reported in circulation,
exclusive of coin and other money in the Treasury as assets, is
$3,863,700,000, or $34,56 per capita," being $79,200,000 more than the
amount reported in 1912,
INDIVIDUAL DEPOSITS IN ALL BANKS IN THE UNITED STATES.

Individual deposits in ail reporting banks on June 14, 1912, aggregated $17,024,000,000; for the current year these deposits aggregate
$17,475,700,000, being an increase of $451,700,000, or 2.6 per cent.
The percentage of increase in 1912 over 1911 was 7 per cent. Of the
aggregate deposits in all reporting banks on June 4 last, national banks
held 34.1 per cent; savings banks, 27.1 per cent; loan and trust companies; 20.4 per cent; state banks, 17,6 per cent; and private banks, 0.8
per cent. The following table shows the amount arid per cent of
individual deposits held by the several classes of banks in 1911, 1912,
and 1913:
1912

1911

1913

Classification.
Per cent.

Amount.

Per cent.

Amount.

Per cent.

Millions.
$2, 777.6
4,212.6
142.3
3,295.8
5,478.0

17.5
26.5
.9
20.7
34.4

17.2
26.1
.9
21.6
34.2

Millions,
$3,081.0
4,726.5
143.4
3,571.3
5,953.5

17.6
27.1
,8
20.4
34.1

15,906.3

100.0

Millions.
$2,920.0
4,451.5
'152.5
3,674.6
5,825.4
17,024.0

100.0

117,475.7

100.0

Amount.

State banks
Savings banks
Private banks
Loan and trust companies
^National banks . . .
Total
1

Postal savings not included.

The following table shows the distribution of individual deposits
by geographicalsections on or about April 28, 1909, on June 14, 1912,
and June 4, 1913, together with the amount and percentage of
increase for the four-year period and for the current year:
Distribution of individual deposits.

Geographical divisions.

Increase 1913 over
1912.
1909

1912

1913
Amount.

New England States..
Eastern States
Southern States
Middle Western States
Western S t a t e s . . . . . . .
Pacific States
Islands
Total

Millions.
$2,106.2
6,047.7
1,059.2
3,196.2
700.2
897.1
28.9
14,035.5




Increase 1913 over
1909.

Per cent.

Amount.
Millions.
$408.2
951.6
418.1
1.119.7
171.3
366.2
5.1

Millions.
$2,514.4
6,999.3
1,477.3
4,315.9
871.5
1,263.3
34.0

MiUions.
$2,446.4
7,094.9
1,374.2
4,087.7
786.6
1,191.9
42.3
17,024.0 |
1

Millions.
$68.0
195.6
103.1
228.2
84.9
71.4
7
- 8.3

2.78
11.35
7.50
5.58
10.79
5.99
1
19.62

17,475.7

451.7

2.65

Decrease.

3,440.2 !

Per cent.

10.33
15. 73
39.47
35.03
24.46
40.82
17.65
24,51

56

KEPOET OF THE COMPTROLLEK OF THE CURRENCY.

It will be noted that the highest percentage of increase in deposits
during the past year, 10.79, is shown for the Western vStates. In 1912
the highest percentage of increase was 10.22 for the Pacific States.
The percentage of increase in deposits during the current year for
the other sections is as follows: Southern States 7.50, Pacific States
5.9-9, Middle Western States 5.58, New England States 2.78. In the
Eastern States there is shown to have been a decrease of 1.35 per
cent and also a decrease of 19.62 per cent for the island possessions,
partly due to incomplete returns from Hawaii and Porto Rico.
The largest volume of increase was in the Middle Western States,
or $228^200,000, followed by the Southern States with $103,100,000,
the Western States with $84,900,000, the Pacific States with $71,400,000, and the New England States $68,000,000. For the Eastern
States a decrease of $95,600,000 is shown, and for the island possessions a decrease of $8,300,000.
Since 1909 individual deposits held by the banks have increased
24.51 per cent. The highest percentage of increase for the four
years is shown for the Pacific States, the gain in deposits for that section being 40.82 per cent; next in order are the Southern States with an
increase of 39.47 per cent, the Middle Western States with 35.03 per
cent, the Western States with 24.46 per cent, the New England States
with 19.38 per cent, the island possessions with 17.65 per cent, and
the Eastern States with 15.73 per cent. In the following table is shown
the classification of individual deposits in national banks, in banks
other than national, and in all reporting banks on June 4, 1913:
Classification of individual deposits in national and other banks.
7,473 national
banks.

18,520 State, etc.,
banks.

Total, 25,993 banks.

|
|
j

$4,041,704,403.21
824,476,995.42
944,170,542.35
80,823, &35.00
62,285,775.14

$4,199,237,605.68
6,147,592,232.21
1,093,044,496.11
48,574.397.75
33,853,851.94

$8,240,942,008.89
6,972,069,227.63
2,037,215,038.46
129,398,232.75
96,139,627.08

i

5,953,461,551.12

11,522,302,583.69 I

17,475,764,134.81

Classification.
Individual deposits subject to check
Savings deposits
Certificates of deposits
Certified checks
Cashiers' checks outstanding
Total

It will be noted that of the $17,475,700,000 on deposit in all
reporting banks, $6,972,000,000, or nearly 40 per cent, consists of
savings deposits, $2,037,200,000 are certificates of deposits (time and
demand), and $8,240,900,000 are commercial deposits that are subject
to check without notice.
SAVINGS DEPOSITS IN ALL BANKS.

Savings deposits are supposed to represent chiefly the accumulations
of wage earners and other people of moderate means, and by reason of
this fact statistics relating to such deposits are of special interest.
Savings deposits in all banks of the country increased from $6,496,192,707 in June, 1912, to $6,972,069,227 in June last, the increase
during the year being $475,876,520, or over 7 per cent. The aggregate deposits in all banks on June 4, 1913, roundly stated, were
$17,475,700,000; of this amount $6,972,000,000, as stated, was
savings deposits, exclusive of $211,445,687 held by savings banks



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KEPOKT OF THE COMPTKOLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

subject to check without notice. . Statistics showing the number of
savings depositors in all banks for the current year are not available,
but the information-obtained upon this subject in 1911 showed that
there were on June 7 of that year over 17,600,000 savings accounts
on the books of the various banks of the country. For the purpose of
comparison the following table is presented relative to the classification of deposits in each class of banks as shown by reports of condition as of June 4, 1913:
Classification of deposits in each class of banks as of June 4, 1913.
Individual de- Savings deposits
Number posits subject to
or deposits in
of banks. check without interest or savings
department.
notice.

Classification.

State banks
Mutual savings banks
Stock savings banks
4
Loan and trust companies
Private banks

[

Total, State, etc., banks
National banks
Grand total

.-

Classification.
State banks
Mutual savings banks
Stock savings banks
Loan and trust companies.
Private banks

|

14,011 $1,740,122,513.11
439,374.04
623
138,425,887.58
1,355
1,515 2,244.413,391.43
75,836,439.52
1,016

$636,910? 746.06
3,768,895,176.30
744,532,754.43
970,855,018.71
26,398,536.71

$656,792,526.71
51,544.51
71,487,626.96
323,824,531.72
40,888,266.21

4,199,237,605.68
4,041,704,403.21

6,147,592,232.21
824,476,995.42

1,093,044.496.11
944,170', 542.35

8,240,942,008.89

6,972,069,227.63

2,037,215,038.46

18,520
7,473
25,993

Certified
checks.

Cashiers' checks
outstanding.

$33,571,639.44
1,041,254.30
13,854,105.65
107,398.36

Total, State, etc., banks
National banks
Grand total

48,574,397.75
80,823,835.00
I 129,398,232.75
1

Certificates of
deposit.

Total.

$13,614,157.47 $3,081,011,582.79
169,235. 74 3,769,555,330.59
1,429,913. 82
956,917,437.09
18,413,956.39 3,571,361,003.90
226,588.52
143,457,229.32
33,853,851.94 11,522,302,583.69
62,285,775.14 15,953,461,551.12
96,139,627.08

17,475,764,134.81

United States deposits not included.

A statement showing the aggregate amount of savings deposits
held by banks in each State and geographical division, with the per
capita, will be found incorporated with the table of resources and
liabilities on another page.
By referring to the table in question it will be noted that the
largest amount of savings deposits are held by banks in the State of
New York, $1,910,600,000, followed by Massachusetts with $877,300,000, Pennsylvania with $669,800,000, and California with
$453,500,000. Other large amounts are $346,800,000 in the savings
department of the banks of Illinois, $324,400,000 in the Ohio banks,
and $318,900,000 in the Connecticut banks. The total savings
deposits in the banks of Massachusetts are more than one-third of
the total individual deposits of the banks of the New England States,
and the savings deposits in the banks of New York represent over
27 per cent of the individual deposits in all banks of the Eastern
States. In the Southern States the Virginia banks hold the largest
amount of savings deposits, or $47,000,000, Louisiana being next
with $31,400,000, Georgia third with $30,800,000, and South Carolina
fourth with $26,900,000. In the Middle Western States, as before
indicated, Illinois is first with $346,800,000, Ohio second with



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REPORT OF THE OOMPTROLLEE OF THE CURRENCY,

$324,^00,000, and Michigan third with $250,100,000. In the Western
States Colorado is first with $23^600,000 savings deposits, Nebraska
is second with $18,900 000, and Montana third with $13,400,000. In
the Pacific States, California, as before indicated, is first with $453,500,000, Washington second with $51,200,000, and Utah third with
$21,800,000. The amount of savings deposits per capita for the
United States is $71 and for each geographical section is as follows:
New England States, $245; Eastern States, $134; Pacific States, $91;
Middle Western States, $50; Southern States, $10; Western States,
$9, The gain during the year in the per capita amount of savings
deposits was as follows: $7 for the New England States, $5 for the
Eastern States, $9 for the Pacific States, $4 for the Middle Western
States, 69 cents for the Southern States, and 75 cents for the Western
States, or $3 for the United States.
STATE, SAVINGS, AND PRIVATE BANKS AND LOAN AND TRUST
COMPANIES.

Summaries of 'the reports received for the current year from State,
savings, and private banks, and loan and trust companies show the
condition on June 4, 1913, of 18,520 banks other than national, or
697 more than reported in 1912. The aggregate resources of these
banks are $14,675,243,842.44. In 1912/17,823 banks other than
national made reports showing aggregate resources of $14,124,878,897.03. The increase in resources for the year is therefore shown
to be $550,364,945.41. The returns for the current year include
14,011 commercial banks, 623 mutual savings banks, 17355 stock
savings banks, 1,016 private banks, and 1,515 loan and trust companies, " The returns for each class of banks, with the exception of
private banks, are practically complete.
The statistics for 38 States have been prepared from official returns
as of June 4, 1913, with the exception, as to date, of those from
Pennsylvania, May 1; Alabama, June 9; Tennessee, June 30; Iowa,
June 28; and the island possessions, June 30. These returns were
supplemented as to details of resources and liabilities by reports submitted by individual banks.
A summary of the reports of condition of the banks other than
na tional is submitted herewith:
Summary of reports of condition of 18,520 State, savings, and private hanks and loan and
trust companies in the United States on June 4, 1913,
RESOURCES.

Loans and discounts:
(a) Secured by real estate (including mortgages owned)
(b) Secured by collateral other than real estate
(c) All other loans
Overdrafts
Bonds,
(a)
(6)
(c)
(d)

13,470,875,172.42
2,344,289,012.36
2,610,048,226.52
39,525,968,06

securities, etc., including premiums thereon:
United States bonds
29,725,086.77
State, county, and municipal bonds
1,064,627,437.08
Railroad bonds
1,184,979,975. 20
Bonds of other public-service corporations (including street and
interurban railway bonds)
523,887,876.12
(c) Other bonds, stocks, warrants, etc
714,310,222.37




$8,464,738,379,36

3,517,530,597.54

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CUBRENCY.
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
D ue from banks
Checks and other cash items
Exchanges for clearing house
Actual cash on hand:
(a) Gold coin
(6) Gold certificates
(c) Silver dollars
(d) Silver certificates
(e) Subsidiary and minor coins
(O Legal-tender notes
(a) National-bank notes
(h) Cash not classified.

,

,

$81,476,494.62
223,621,940.00
12,073,6S6. 00
53,779,333,00
14,673,943.40
52,774,302.00
55,058,684.00
98,149,072.58
:

Other resources
Total resources

59

$335,020,933,39
80,264,992.50
1,380,425,430.88
104,691,594.23
27,568,705,07

591,607,515.60
173,395,693.-87
14,675,243,842= 44

LIABILITIES.

Capital stock paid in
1,039,930,069. 75
Surplus
956,019,102.80
Undivided profits (including accrued interest and any other amounts set aside for special purposes, less current expenses, interest, and taxes paid)
305,072,502.75
Q ue to banks
463,679,507.21
Dividends unpaid
2,061,644.19
Individual deposits subject to check without notice
4,199,237,605.68
Savings deposits or deposits in interest or savings department
6,147,592,232.21
Certificates of deposit
1,093,044,496.11
Certified checks
48,574,397.75
Cashier's checks outstanding
33,853,851.94
11,522,302,583.69
Postal savings deposits
6,580,140.29
Notes and bills rediscounted
14,536,647.84
Bills payable, including certificates of deposit representing money borrowed
98,575,662.98
Other liabilities
266,485,980.94
Total liabilities

14,675,243,842.44

The principal items of resources and liabilities for each class of
banks other than national reporting Juno 4, 1913, are set forth in
the table following.




Resources and liabilities of State, savings, private banks, and loan and trust companies June 4, 191$.
14,011 State banks. | 6 2 3 mutual savings 1,355 stock savings

lj0i6

private banks.

Total, 18,520 banks.

RESOURCES.

Loans and discounts
Bonds, securities, etc
Banking house, furniture, and fixtures.
Other real estate owned
Due from banks
Checks and other cash items
Exchanges for clearing house
Cash on hand
All other resources

$2,038,915,500.51
1,818,633,823.62
39.266,671.62
11,822,833.30
155,619,625.57
751,886.87
177,844.03
17,105,290.57
22,346,175.02

$787,543,252.98
146,535,166.97
30,733, 401.31
6,253,599.63
103,626, 810.32
863, 443.81
2,973, 023.22
35,631 731.49
6,685: 363.11

$124,282,694.59
9,845,121.57
6,136,083.69
6,521,283.61
26,763,368.40
689,476.90
150,720.16
7,238,552.87
1,158,096.3S

$2,767,346,174.33
1,191,019,631.99
133,474,447.84
33,227,841.73
553,042,052.26
31,795, 918.71
15,529,208.34
285,384, 815.57
113,100,106.69

$8,464,738,379.36
3,517,530,597.54
335,020,933.39
SO, 264,992. f 0
1,380,425,430.88
104,691,594.23
27,508,705.07
591,607,515.60
173,395,693.87

4,143,052,802.86

Total resources.

$2, ,746,650, 756.95
351,496, 853.39
125,410, 328.93
22,439, 434.23
541,373, 4.33
70,590, 867.94
8,737, 909.32
246,247, 125.10
30,105, 952.67

4,104,639,651.11

1,120,845,792.84

182,785,398.17

5,123,920,197.46

14,675,243,842.44

559,400.00
4,323,029.99

84,837,733.59
36,828,108.77
23,314,431.82
6,960,045.09
37,674.43
956,917,437.09
931,183.11
704,792.02
2,913,699.05
7,400,687.87

19, 601,717.94
7,925,570.48
3,362,365.36
1,878,292.91
30,250.58
143,457,229.32
21,343.59
395,758.71
3,316,977.79
2. 795,891.49

1,839.07
452,386,
i,
445,285, 028.38
,210.66
129,084,
,
291,892: 804.20
;
738,, 954.57
,003.90
3,571,361,
.
,
3,826, 647.38
!
,
2,722, 097.21
,263.23
23,022
203,6001,348.86

1,039,930, 069.75
956,019, 102.80
305,072, 502. 75
463,679, 507.21
2,,061,644.19
11,522,302, 583.69
6,580, 140.29
14,536, 647.84
98,575, 662. S8
266,485, 980.94

Total liabilities..

4,104,639,651.11

1,120,845,792.84

182,785,398.17

5,123,920,197.46

14,675,243,842.44




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LIABILITIES.

Capital stock
Surplus fund
Undivided profits
Due to banks
Dividends unpaid
Deposits (individual)
• Postal savings deposits, United States deposits.
Notes and bills rediscounted
Bills payable
Other liabilities

C
W
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483,103, 779.15
196,271, 287.22
88,845, 027.44
162,922, 049.90
1,254, 764.61
1,081,011, 582.79
1,800, 966.21
10,713, 999.90
68,763, 322.91
48,366, 022.73
4,143,052,802.86

269,709,107.95
60,466,467.47
26,315.11
3,769,555,330.59

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REPOBT OE I H B COMPTEOLLEK OF THE CUKBENCY.

For the purpose of comparison a statement giving the principal
items of resources and liabilities of banks other than national, from
1909 to 1913, inclusive, is submitted herewith:
Consolidated returns from State, savings, private banks, and loan and trust companies.
Items.

!

1909

j

1910

1911

Loans

1912

7,412,153,800.11
>, 385,522,766. 61 i$7,065,906,470.21 !$7,412,153,800.11 $7.979,852,420.09
Bonds
3^009^480,709.72 3,111,409,758.78 3,289,468,093.00 3j497,602,404.25
556,085,728.23
Cash
525,237,773.25
558,355,958.16
576,810,665.97
932,777,933.31
Capital
866,056,465.00
890,376,773.99
977,272,830.70
Surplus arid
undivided,
profits
1,039,548,321.54 1,091,162,580.06 1,152,073,936.93 1,215,331,634.26
Deposits (ind i v i d u a l ) . . 9,209.462,780.06 9,996,179,942.15 10,428,283,553.82 11,198,606,443.53
Resources. . . jll, 726^ 170,577.59 12,553,695,826. 04 13,248,034,688.36 14,124,878,897.03

1913
$8,464,738,379.36
3,517,530,597.54
591,007,515.60
1,039,930,069.75
1,261,091,605.55
11,522,302,583.69
14,675,243,842.44

STATE BANKS.

Reports from State banks (commercial banks) to the number of
14,011 have been received, showing capital of $483,103,779.15 and
aggregate resources of $4,143,052,802.86. In 1912 reports were
received from 13,381 State banks with capital of $459,067,206.81 and
aggregate resources of $3,897,770,826.71. The increase during the
year is shown to be 630 in the number of banks, $24,036,572.34 in
capital, and $245,281,976.15 in aggregate resources. A summary of
the reports submitted by the State banks shows in round amounts
loans aggregating $2,746,600,000, investments in bonds, securities,
etc., $351,400,000, cash on hand $246,200,000, capital $483,100,000^
surplus and undivided profits $285,100,000, and individual deposits
$3,081,000,000. Of the loans, $555,100,000 are reported as secured
by real estate, including mortgages owned, and $692,000,000 as
secured by collateral other than real estate, $1,467,400,000 being
unclassified loans and $31,500,000 overdrafts. The investments in
bonds, securities, etc., consist of $3,350,000 United States bonds,
$88,973,000 State, county, and municipal bonds, $65,501,000 railroad
bonds, $52,854,000 bonds of other public-service corporations, while
$140,817,000 are unclassified. The individual deposits were classified as follows: Deposits subject to check without notice
$1,740,100,000, savings deposits $636,900,000,7 certificates of deposit
$656,700,000, certified checks and cashiers checks outstanding
$47,100,000, and postal savings deposits $1,800,000.
SAVINGS BANKS.

There has been a marked increase in deposit balances of sayings
banks during the past year as well as in the number of depositors,
the increase being largely in excess of the gain in 1912 over 1911.
In 1912 reports were received from 1,922 savings banks; for the
present year reports to the number of 1,978 have been tabulated, 623
being from mutual institutions and 1,355 from stock savings banks—
the latter class transacting both a savings and a commercial bank
business. Deposits in these banks aggregate $4,727,403,950.79 and
the depositors number 10,766,936, the average deposit account being



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KEFOBT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

$439.07. The 1,922 savings banks reporting in June, 1912, had
deposits aggregating $4,451,818,522.88 to the credit of 10,010,304
depositors, the average deposit account being $444.72. It is therefore shown that there has been an increase during the year of 56 in
the number of banks reporting, 756,632 in the number of depositors,
and $275,585,427.91 in the amount of deposits, while the average
deposit account has decreased by $5.65. In 1912 the increase in
deposits over 1911 was $239,234,924; the increase in the number
of depositors was 215/657. The percentage of increase in deposits
in 1913 was 6.2, and in depositors 7.5; the increase in 1912 over 1911
was 5.6 per cent in deposits and 2.2 per cent in depositors. The
average deposit account, however, has fallen from $444.72 in 1912
to $439.07 in 1913.
The following table shows the number of savings depositors, aggregate sayings deposits, and average amount due depositors in savings
banks in each State on June 14, 1912, and June 4, 1913. These
figures do not include the amount of savings deposits in savings departments of the State banks of Illinois, as this information is shown in
the statement for commercial banks in another table.
Number ofsavingrs depositors, aggregate savings deposits, and average amount due to each
depositor in savings banks (mutual and stock savings) in each State on June 4, 19IS.
1912 (1,922 banks).

States.

Maine
New Hampshire...
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut
New E n g land States.
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
D'triet of Columbia
Eastern
States
Virginia
West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee
Southern
States
Ohio
Indiana
Michigan

Number of
banks.

Number
of depositors.

224,665
49
197,724
54
19
124,742
193 2,179,973
17
141,619
85
595,360

Amount of
deposits.

1913 (1,975 banks).

Average to Num- Number
each ber of of dedepos- banks. positors.
itor.

$92,209,826.61 $410.43
92,123,970.88 465.92
45,383,859.12 363.82
824,778,925.86 378.33
76,791,462.05 542.23
295,517,738.43 496.36

48
236,279
55
207,454
21
115,481
190 2,249,824
15
146,560
84
616,530

Amount of
deposits.

Average to
each
depositor.

$95,222,151.37 $403.01
97,125,389.20 468.18
49,777,631.00 431.05
861,416,889.41 382.88
79,864,916.43 544.93
306,428,726.95 497.02

417 3,464,083 1,426,805,782.95 411.88

!
413 3,572,1281 1,489,835,704.36 417.07

140 3,024,746 1,633,495,812.16 540.04
117,278,834.49 361.13
324,748
27
196,140,892.80 408.53
480,113
12
2
10,800,113.45 321.67
33,575
51
103,679,889.94 3S4.98
269,311
12
8,911,160.62 145.69
61,165

140 3,114,240 1,700,063,766.36 545.90
124,449,710.52 355.46
27
350,105
208,057,915.06 423.17
10
491,668
11,524,425.34 338.60
2
34,035
106,899,457.65 383.85
47
278,495
10,423,273.69 160.-20
17
65,065

244 4,193,658 2,070,306,703.46 493.67

243 4,333,608 2,161,418,548.62 498.76

20
8
26
25
24
3
11
20
11
5
13
13

31,213
31,065
41,149
36,340
42,184
5,311
24,925
15,117
72,434
2,015
33,416
31,028

9,484,506.68
4,666,786.48
7,269,464.78
10,473,691.22
10,665,118.56
1,244,731.39
2,652,784.50
4,283,195.51
19,059,912.97
331,063.13
5,786,782.57
8,621,000.67

303.86
150.22
176.66
288. 21
252. 82
234.36
106.43
283.33
263.13
164.29
173.17
277.84

20
g
26
26
28
5
11
17
11
6
15
20

34,335
31,485
44,061
38,385
51,754
7,011
36,285
16,092
131,676
11,375
42,507
45,352

9,365,412.60
5,289,964.69
7,559,221.43
10,699,946.24
12,397,318.85
1,503,082.10
3,309,933.09
4,521,451.35
21,780,873.22
2,283,872.11
5,958,503.35
11,894,627.84

272.77
168.01
171.56
278.75
239.54
214.39
91.22
280.97
165.41
200.78
140.18
262.27

179

366,197

84,539,038.46 230.85

193

490,318

96,564,206.87 196.94

63
5
25

302,350
33,583
156,655

105,907,535.41 350.28
12,677,454.80 377.49
55,879,038.22 356.70

67
5
27

331,480
33,650
189,445

118,264,835.52 356.78
13,056,614.48 388.01
83,992,499.27 443. S6




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63

Number of savings depositors, aggregate savings deposits, and average amount due to each
depositor in savings banks {mutual and stock savings) in each State on June 4, 1918—
Continued.
*
1912 (1,922 banks).
States.

Wisconsin
Minnesota.
Iowa.
Middle Western States..

Num- Number
ber of
of debanks. positors.

20
11
728

64,877
109,739
539, 763

852

1,206,967

Washington
Oregon..
California
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
Arizona
Pacific States.
United States

Aver-;
age to j Num- Number
each | ber of I of dedepos-i banks.j positors.
itor. ;

Amount of
deposits,

$21,065,419. 84 $3: J4. 691
27,885,860.13i 254.111
187,363,040.37. 347.12!

22
11
759

76,414
116,031
590, 763

410,778,;

891

1,337,7831

Average to
each
depositor.

$25,062,555,15 $327.98
30,977', 493.09 266.98
210,697,716.70 356.65
I

North Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Western
States

Amount of
deposits.

1913 (1,975 banks).

4,197
17, 730
19,668
4,826
1,465
14,955
3,406
1,345
58

67,592

10
13
132
4
31
1
1

~257451
32; 984;
597,519|
1,4891
52,100;
1,466!

172

711,807]

651,073.36
2,849,551.12
4,137,242.16
2,410,181.04
626,722.06
2,816,070.85
658,296.47
229,340.88

340.33

155.121
160.71
210.35'
499.41!
427. 791
188.30l
193. 271
170.5l!

14,378.477.94 212.72;
9,578,696.091
13,545.007.66
407,006', 665.52|
-_J,565.80
12,931,603.83
1,162.793.26
429,789.14

376. 35
410.65
681.16
238. 79
248,20
793.17!
538,58

445,010,121.301 625.18j

l,922l 10,010,304| 4,451,818,522. 88| 444.72

4,050J

20'. 584i
20,240|
5,282]
2 ; 291
8,496
5, 490i
2,189
58

68,622;

10
14
136
3
13
1

27,1981
38,152|
841,780
1,310
51,366
1,710
2,961

180

4,477

482,051,614.21 360.34
838,939.81
3,197,030.75
4,689,387.00
2,762,311.50
856,750.74
2,255,072.64
1,133,975.81
334,546.83

207,15
155.32
231.69
522.97
373.96
265.43
206.55
152.83

16,068,015.08 234.15
10,123,018.52
13,891,787.56
440,656,006.34
235,103.iv
13,626,837.36
1,336,178.98
1,596,929.031

372.20
364.12
523.48
179.47
......
265.29
781.39
539.33

481,465,861.65; 499.20

1,978 10,766,936J 4,727,403,950. 79,' 439.07

g
s
$ 8 , 7 , 7 4 8 . 3 6 reported as subject to check without
notioe to the credit of 412,512 depositors. Savings bank reports from Maryland, as of June 29, Georgia, May
29, and Kentucky, May 18. Depositors in the following number of banks for the States named have been
estimated: 1 in North Carolina, 1 in Nebraska, 2 in Mississippi, 2 in Tennessee, 4 in Georgia, 6 in Kentucky, and 131 in Iowa. Deposits include $262,835.16 as "dividends unpaid'' by stock savings banks.
NOTE 2.—The compilation for 1913 includes statements, as of June 4, from 623'mutual savings banks and
1,355 stock savings banks. Many of the stock savings banks receive commercial deposits and included
with th3 figures for such banks for 1913 are $139,357,070.69 reported as subject to check without notice to the
credit of 494,377 depositors. Savings bank reports from Virginia include 5 trust and savings banks; from
Georgia 3 savings and trust companies; from Kentucky 6 trust and savings banks. Figures for Iowa are
from official statement, as of June 28; statistics for California include figures for savings departments for

gan include those banks which transact chiefly a savings bank business, there being over 150 so-called
savings banks in Michigan which are in fact commercial banks.

The growth of savings banks in the United States from 1820 to
1913, as evidenced by the amount of deposits, number of depositors;
average deposit account, and the average per capita in census years
from 1820 to 1890, and annually thereafter, is shown in the table
following.




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Number of savings banks in the United States, number of depositors, amount of savings
deposits, average amount due each depositor in the years 1820, 1825, 1830, 1835, 1840,
and* 1845 to 1913, and average per capita in the United States in the years given.

Year.

1820.
1825.
1830.
1835.
1840.
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.
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
1912
1913




Number Number of
of banks. depositors.

8,635
16,931
38,035
60,058
78,701
145,206
158,709
187,739
.199,764
217,318
251,354
277,148
308,863
365,538
396,173
431,602
487,986
490,428
538,840
622,556
693,870
285 1
694,487
289 I
787,943
293 I
887,096
305
976,025
317 " 980,844
336
1,067,061
371
1,188,202
406
1,310,144
476
1.466,684
517
1,630,846
577
1,902,047
647
1,992,925
669
2,185,832
693 j 2,293,401
771 i 2,359,864
781
2,368, 630
675 | 2,395,314
663 I 2,400, 785
639
2,268, 707
629 ! 2,335, 582
629
2, 528, 749
629
2, 710, 354
630
2,876,438
636
3,015,151
646
3, 071, 495
638
3,158, 950
684
3,418, 013
801
3, 838, 291
849
4,021,523
921
4,258,893
011
4,533,217
059 ! 4,781, 605
030
4, 830, 599
024 ! 4, 777, 687
017 I 4,875, 519
988 I 5,065, 494
980 I 5, 201,132
979 1 5,385, 746
987 ' 5,687, 818
002 6,107, G83
007
6,358, 723
036 6,666, 672
078 7,035,228
157 7,305, 443
237 7,696, 229
319 8,027,192
415 8,588,811
453
703 8, 705, 848
759 8,831,863
884 9,142,908
9, 794, 647
922 10,010,304
978 10,766,936
10
15
36
52
61
70
74
76
83
90
108
128
141
159
190
215
222
231
245
259
278

Deposits.

$1,138,576
2,537,082
0,973,304
10,613,726
14,051,520
24,506,677
27,374,325
31,627,479
33,087,488
36,073,924
43,431,130
50,457,913
59,467,453
72,313,696
77,823,906
84,290,076
95,598,230
98,512,968
108,438,287
128,657,901
-149,277,504
146,729,882
169,434,540
206,235,202
236,280,401
242,619,382
282,455,794
327,009,452
392,781,813
457,675,050
549,874,358
650,745,442
735,046,805
802,363,609
864, 556,902
924,037,304
941,350, 255
866,218,306
879,897,425
802,490, 298
819; 106, 973
891,961,142
966, 797,081
1,024,856,787
1,073,294,955
1,095,172,147
1,141, 530, 578
1,235, 247,371
1,364,196,550
1,425, 230,349
1, 524, 844,506
1, 623,079, 749
1, 712, 769,026
1,785,150,957
1,747, 981, 280
1,810,597,023
1,907,156,277
1.939,376,035
2,065, 631,298
2,230, 366,954
2,449, 547,885
2, 597,094,580
2,750,177,290
2, 935, 204,845
3,060,178, 611
3, 261, 236,119
3,482,137,198
3,690,078,945
3,660, 553,945
3,713, 405,710
4,070.486,246
4,212, 583, 598
4,451,818,522
4, 727, 403,950

i Population estimated at 97,337,000.

Average Average
due each per capita
in the
deposi- United
tor.
States.
$131.86
149. S4
183.09
176. 72
178.54
168. 77
172.48
168.46
165.63
165.99
172. 78
182.06
192.54
197.82
196.44
195.29
195.90
200.87
201.24
206.66
215.13
211.27
215.03
232.48
242,08
247.35
264.70
283.63
299. 80
312.04
337.17
342.13
368. 82
367.07
376. 98
391. 56
397.42
361. 63
366. 50
353. 72
350.71
352.73
356. 70
356. 29
355. 96
356. 56
361.36
361. 39
355.41
354.40
358. 03
358. 04
358.20
369. 55
365.86
371.36
376. 50
372.88
383.54
392.13
401.10
408.30
412. 53
417. 21
418.89
423.74
433.79
429.64
420.47
420.45
445.20
430.09
444.72
439.07

$0.12
.54
.82

1.87

4.75

14.26

16.33

24.35
25.29
26.11
26.63
25.53
25.88
26.68
26.56
27.67
29.24
31.78
33.45
34.89
36.52
37.52
39.17
41.13
42.87
41.84
41.75
45.05
44.82
46.53
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65

In the figures for 1896 to 1908, inclusive, but not subsequently,
are the number of depositors and amount of deposits in the State
banks of Illinois having savings departments, but not the number of
such banks, by reason of the fact that general returns from these
institutions are incorporated in State bank returns. The savings
deposits in savings departments of Illinois State banks and trust
companies were reported officially on June 4 last at $292,933,683.
The increase in aggregate deposits in savings banks since 1909,
has been $1,014,000,000, or over 27 per cent, the deposits in 1909 stated
roundly being $3,713,000,000 and for the present year $4,727,000,000.
During the same period the number of depositors has increased
1,935,073, or 22 per cent. The percentage of increase in the deposits
during the past year was 6.2 and in depositors 7.5. The percentage
of increase during each of four years preceding 1913 has been as
follows: In 1909,1.4 per cent in deposits and 1.4 per cent in depositors;
1910, 9.6 per cent in deposits and 3.5 per cent in depositors; 1911,
3.5 per cent in deposits and 7.1 per cent in depositors; 1912, 5.7 per
cent in deposits and 2.2 per cent in depositors.
MUTUAL SAVINGS BANKS.

Reports were received as of June 4, 1913, from 623 mutual savings banks with $3,769,555,330.59 deposits credited to 8,101,238
depositors, the average deposit account being $465.31. In June,
1912, reports were received from 630 mutual savings banks with
deposits of $3,608,657,828.11 credited to 7,851,377 depositors, the
average deposit account being $459.62. There has been a decrease
of 7 in the number of banks reporting but an increase in deposits
during the year aggregating $160,897,502.48, and an increase of
249,861 in the number of depositors. In 1912 the increase over 1911
was $148,082,756 in deposits and 160,404 in the number of depositors.
Mutual savings banks are confined chiefly to the manufacturing
centers of the New England and Eastern States, there being only 23
institutions of this character reporting from other sections of the
country, namely, 1 in West Virginia, 4 in Ohio, 5 in Indiana, 4 in
Wisconsin, 8 in Minnesota, and 1 in California. The increase in
deposits in mutual savings banks during the past year has been most
marked in the Middle Western States where the percentage of increase
was nearly 9 per cent, the increase in the New England States and the
Eastern States being but 4 per cent.
The resources of the mutual savings banks aggregated $4,104,639,651 invested, as follows: Loans, $2,038,915,500, of which $1,815,585,610 are secured by real estate and $149,547,486 by other collateral security. The investments in bonds, securities, etc., aggregate
$1,818,633,823 and include, in round amounts, United States bonds,
$18,100,000; State, county, and municipal bonds, $809,400,000; railroad bonds, $796,200,000; bonds of other public-service corporations,
$99,500,000; and unclassified bonds, etc., $95,400,000. The amount
invested in banking house, furniture, and fixtures is $39,200,000,
and in other real estate $11,800,000. The amount due from banks
is reported at $155,600,000, and checks, cash items, etc., amount to
$900,000. Cash in banks was reported at $17,100,000 and resources
not classified $22,300,000. The surplus of mutual savings banks aggregates $269,700,000, undivided profits $60,400,000, individual deposits
$3,769,500,000, and unclassified liabilities $4,800,000. The total num
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ber of savings depositors is 8,098,967 and all other depositors 2,271. Of
the 623 mutual savings banks, 404 are located in the New England
States. These banks have deposits aggregating $1,483,127,489 and
3,554,537 depositors. In the Eastern States there are 196 mutual savings banks with deposits of $2,128,458,093 and 4,197.425 depositors;
140 of these banks with deposits of $1,700,063,766 and 3,114,240 depositors are located in the State of New York. There is but one mutual
savings bank in the Southern States, that being located in West
Virginia, with deposits of $1,491,968 and 5,817 depositors. The
Middle Western States have 21 mutual savings banks in operation
with deposits aggregating $102,724,681 and 258,180 depositors.
California has one mutual savings bank with deposits aggregating
$53,753,098 and 85,279 depositors. Depositors in the California
mutual savings bank have the largest average deposit account,
namely, $630.32; in New York the average is $545.90, followed by
Rhode Island with $544.93, Ohio with $526.59, and Connecticut with
$497.02.
The following table shows the number of depositors in mutual
savings banks with aggregate savings deposits and the average
amount due depositors m the States indicated on June 14, 1912, and
June 4, 1913:
Number of mutual savings banks, number of depositors, aggregate deposits, and average
deposit account, by States, June 14, 1912, and June 4, 1913.
1912

States and geographical divisions.

Num- Number
of deber of
banks. positors.

Amount of
deposits.

1913

Average Num- Number
to each ber of
of dedeposi- banks. positors.
tor.

A m o u n t of

deposits.

Average to
each
depositor.

Maine
New Hampshire.
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut

224,665
49
180,940
46
124,742
119
193 2,179,973
141,619
17
595,360
85

Total
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland

409 3,447,299 1,420,529,756.27

412.07

404 3,554,^37 1,483,127,489.65

417.25

140 3,024,746 1,633,495,812.16
292,307 104,716,114.46
26
480,113 196,140,892.80
12
33,575
2
10,800,113.45
239,243
2 20
94,142,308.59

540.04
358.24
408.53
321.67
393.50

140 3,114,240 1,700,063,766.36
26
318,103 111,780,732.56
10
491,668 208,057,915.06
11,524,425.34
2
34,035
97,031,254.04
18
239,379

545.90
351.40
423.17
338.60
405.35

200 4,069,984 2,039,295,241.46

501.06

196 4,197,425 2,128,458,093.36

507.09

Total

$92,209,82%. 61
85,847,944.20
45,383,859.12
824,778,925.86
76,791,462.05
295,517,738.43

$410.43
474.45
363.82
378.34
542.23
496.36

236,279
48
189,863
46
115,481
21
190 2,249,824
15
146,560
84
616,530

$95,222,151.37 $403.01
90,417,174.49 476.22
49,777,631.00 431.05
861,416,889.41 382.88
79,864,916.43 544.93
306,428,726.95 497.02

West Virginia....

1

5,742

1,402,972.71

244.33

31

5,817

1,491,968.14

Total

1

5,742

1,402,972.71

214.33

1

5,817

1,491,968.14

256.48

3
5
3
8

115,390
33,583
7,665
88,442.

59,735,581.53
12,677,454.80
1,768,407.55
20,251,733.52

517.68
377.49
230.71
228.98

4
5
4
8

122,460
33,650
8,190
93,880

64,486,440.75
13,056,514.48
1,964,506.36
23,217,219.58

526.59
388.01
239.86
247.37

19

245,080

94,433,177.40

385.31

21

258,180

102,724,681.17

397.88

1

83,272

52,996,680.27

636.42

1

85,279

53,753,098.27

630.32

1

83,272

52,996,680.27

636.42

1

85,279

53,753,098.27

630.32

630 7,851,377 3,608,657,828.11

459.62

623 8,101,238 3,769,555,330.59

465.31

Ohio
Indiana
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Total
California

Total
Grand total
1
2

Reports from 2 banks received Dec. 3, too late to include in this table.
Reports as of June 29.
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The average rate of interest paid depositors in mutual savings
banks in 1913 was 3.94 per cent, against 3.90 per cent in 1912 and
3.95 per cent in 1911. The highest rate is paid by the West Virginia
bank, 4.5 per cent, and the lowest average by the banks in Minnesota, 3.57 per cent. An average rate of 4 per cent is paid depositors
in mutual savings banks in Rhode Island, Delaware, and Indiana.
The average rate paid by the mutual savings banks in the New
England States is 3.90 per cent, in the Eastern States 3.71 per cent,
in the Middle Western States 3.84 per cent, and by the one bank in
California 3.75 per cent.
STOCK SAVINGS BANKS.

Stock savings banks to the number of 1,355 furnished reports as
of June 4, 1913. A large number of so-called savings banks transact
chiefly a commercial business and carry very few savings accounts.
In those States where savings-bank reports are not separately compiled by the State banking departments but classified with commercial
banks, care has b.een exercised in eliminating from the classification
made by this office all so-called savings banks which are chiefly banks
of discount and deposit, transacting only a minimum of savings-bank
business. Some difficulty is experienced in making the classification
uniform throughout, but this difficulty can not be entirely overcome
until the State banking department of every State shall make a •
separate classification of the reports for this class of banks.
The reporting stock savings banks are located as follows: Nine in
New Hampshire, known as guaranty sayings banks; 47 in the Eastern
States, 192 in the Southern States, 870 in the Middle Western States,
58 in the Western States, and 179 in the Pacific States. There are a
large number of so-called savings banks in Michigan, but only 27,
indicating by their reports that they transact a minimum amount of
commercial bank business, are included in this classification; and while
a large number of commercial banks in Ohio use the word "savings"
in their title, for the same reason only 63 in that State have been
classified with savings banks. In California a large number of banks
are known as departmental banks, which make separate reports to
the banking department of that State for each class of business; that
is, for their commercial, trust, and savings bank departments. The
figures for California therefore include the resources and liabilities of
savings banks and savings departments of other banks.
The capital stock of the 1,355 reporting stock savings banks
amounts to $84,837,733.59, against $76,871,811.79 for 1,292 banks
reporting last year. The increase is therefore shown to be 63 in the
number of banks and $7,965,921.80 in capital. Their loans aggregate $787,543,252.98 and are classified in round amounts as follows:
Secured by real estate, $488,100,000; secured by collateral other than
real estate, $113,400,000; all other loans, including overdrafts,
$185,900,000. Investments in bonds, securities, etc., including premiums, are as follows: United States bonds, $5,100,000; State,
county, and municipal bonds, $50,700,000; railroad bonds,
$25,300,000; bonds of other public service corporations, $35,700,000;
and unclassified stocks, bonds, etc., $29,600,000.
In addition to the foregoing summary, the reports show cash in
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$103,600,000. Banking house, furniture and fixtures, and other real
estate owned aggregate $36,900,000, and the surplus and undivided
profits $60,100;000.
The depositors in stock savings banks number 2,665,698, of which
2,171,321 are savings depositors and 494,377 have commercial
accounts. In arriving at the number of depositors, those in 88 banks
have been estimated. The average rate of interest paid to depositors
in stock savings banks ranges from 3.12 per cent to 3.70 per cent,
the lower rate being for deposits not subject to restrictions as to
withdrawal. In 1912 the percentages were 3.03 to 3.64. The average rate paid on savings deposits by the stock savings banks (guaranty) reporting from the New England States is 3.44 per cent, for
the Eastern States the average is 3.52 per cent, for the Southern
vStates 3.84 per cent, for the Middle Western States 3.46 per cent,
for the Western States 3.95 per cent, and for the Pacific States 4.02
per cent. The highest average rate of interest paid on savings
deposits is 4.50 per cent, by the banks in North Dakota and Wyoming; the lowest average rate, 3.04 per cent, is paid by stock savings banks in Wisconsin.
PRIVATE BANKS,

There are over 3,500 private banking concerns and brokerage
houses in the country, but less than one-half of this number furnished
reports for statistical purposes. Private banks appear to be most
numerous in the Middle Western States, and over 76 per cent of those
reporting are located in that section. Reports were received from
777 private banks in the Middle Western States, 77 from the Southern
States, 75 from the Western States, 58 from the Eastern States,
and 29 from the Pacific States. States from which the largest number reported were: Illinois, 235; Indiana, 197; and Ohio, 152.
In regard to the private banks of Ohio, the department of banks
and banking of that State compiled for the first time, but too late
to include in this report, a statement from 213 private banks
with aggregate resources of $45,615,930.07. The resources of the
152 private banks of Ohio, which furnished reports to this office,
aggregated $29,809,368.61. The reports from the private banks
of New York are also incomplete, only 21 banks with aggregate
resources of $4,625,734 reported this year, against 50 banks with
aggregate resources of $14,799,754 reporting last year.
The capital of the 1,016 private banks from which reports were
obtained aggregates $19,601,717.94. For 1912 reports were obtained
from 1,110 private banks with capital of $22,348,040.33.
The principal items of resources and liabilities of the reporting
private banks were as follows: Loans and discounts, $124,282,694.59;
bonds, securities, etc., $9,845,121.57; due from banks, $26,763,368.40;
cash on hand, $7,238,552.87; total resources, $182,785,398.17.
The capital stock was reported at $19,601,717.94, surplus $7,925,570.48, undivided profits $3,362,365.36, and individual deposits
$143,457,229. 32.
LOAN AND TRUST COMPANIES.

In compiling the statistics for loan and trust companies, as far as
possible, those concerns which are trust companies in name only—
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69

summary which follows, but are included with the statistics for
commercial banks. From these figures it appears that loan and
trust companies have acquired banking resources amounting to over
$5,100,000,000, or about one-half the resources of national banks.
Reports as of June 4, 1913, with the exception of those from
Maine as of April 26, Pennsylvania May 1, and Nevada November
26 (1912), were received from 1,515 loan and trust companies with
aggregate resources of $5,123,920,197.46. In 1912 reports were received from 1,410 loan and trust companies, with aggregate resources
of $5,107,444,382.27; the increase therefore has been 105 in the
number of companies reporting and $16,475,815.19 in aggregate
resources. The capital stock is reported at $452,386,839.07, against
$418,985,771.77 in 1912.
The number of loan and trust companies with aggregate capital
stock, stated in round amounts, are located as follows: In the Eastern
States 513, with capital of $220,300,000; Middle Western States
352, with capital of $108,000,000; Southern States 318, with capital
of $57,700,000; New England States 195, with capital of $44,500,000;
Westerly States 69, with capital of $6,700,000; and Pacific States 68,
with capital of $14,900,000. The loans and discounts of loan and trust
companies aggregate $2,767,346,174.33, classified in round amounts
as follows: Secured by real estate, $576,300,000; by collateral other
than real estate,$l,374,300,000; all other loans, including overdrafts,
$816,600,000. Investments in bonds, securities, etc., including
premiums aggregating $1,191,000,000 are classified as follows:
United States bonds, $2,770,000; State, county, and municipal bonds,
$113,500,000; railroad bonds, $297,300,000; bonds of other publicservice corporations, $334,200,000; other bonds, stocks, etc., $443,000,000. The amount reported as due from banks was $553,000,000;
invested in banking house,furniture, and fixtures, $133,000,000; other
real estate owned, $33,000,000; and cash on hand, $285,000,000. Loan
and trust companies had surplus amounting to $445,200,000 and
undivided profits of $129,000,000. Individual deposits subject to
check were reported at $2,244,000,000, savings deposits $970,000,000,
certificates of deposit $323,000,000, and certified and cashiers' cheeks
$32,000,000.
Comparing the foregoing statistics with those submitted in. 1912
loans show an increase of $56,100,000, cash on hand $3,233,000,
capital $33,401,000, surplus and profits $13,628,000, while investments
in bonds and securities show a decrease of $21,100,000, and individual deposits a decrease of $103,200,000.
BANKS AND BANKING IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.

The act of June 25, 1906, places under the supervision of the Comptroller of the Currency, in addition to national banks and the loan
and trust companies organized under authority of the act of 1&90, all
other banking institutions organized under authority of any act of
Congress to do business in the District of Columbia or organized by
virtue of the laws of any of the States of the Union and having an
office or banking house located within the District of Columbia wliere
deposits or savings are received. The supervision in question extends
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reports of condition, earnings and dividends, and examinations. It
is further provided that the comptroller shall have the power, when
in his opinion it is necessary, to take possession of any such banking
institution for the reason and in the manner and to the same extent
as is provided in the laws of the United States with respect to national
banks.
There are 56 banking institutions in the District of Columbia, consisting of 12-national banks, 7 trust companies, 17 savings banks, and
20 building and loan associations. The aggregate capital of all these
institutions on August 9,1913, was $19,268,851; an increase during the
year of $3,246,975. The total individual deposits were $86,514,014
and the aggregate resources $142,517,552. The increase in individual deposits during the year was $4,296,554 and in aggregate
resources $13,079,643.
The number, capital, individual deposits, and aggregate resources
of each class of financial institutions doing business in the District of
Columbia on August 9, 1913, are shown in the following table:
Num- rCapital.
1t ,
ber.

Classification.
National banks
Loan and trust companies
Savings banks
Building and loan associations.

Individual
deposils.

Aggregate

resources.

$6,602,000 $27,378,249
11,250,000 32,422,023
1,416,851 1 10,260,698
16,453,044
19,268,851

Total.
1

$60,331,889
50,891,044
12,856,325
18,438,294
142,517,552

86,514,014

Share payments,.

BANKS AND BANKING IN THE ISLAND POSSESSIONS.

Banking institutions reporting from the island possessions numbered 30, 4 of which are national associations located in Hawaii.
The number of reports received from banks other than national from
Hawaii was 9, from Porto Rico 6, and from the Philippines 11. A
number of banks in Hawaii and Porto Rico which reported in 1912
failed to furnish a report of condition for this compilation. The bank
resources of Porto Rico, Hawaii, and the Philippines aggregate
$65,483,060.74. The capital of the 30 banks from which reports were
received aggregates $6,539,968.40, loans $33,863,229.21, investments
in bonds, securities, etc., $5,385,121.56, amount due from other banks
and branches $10,155,267.51, cash on hand $8,363,080.17. Surplus
and undivided profits amount to $2,753,131.75, amount due to other
banks and branches $12,599,307.27,individual deposits$33,994,355.33,
United States deposits $419,664.71, and postal savings deposits
$17,500.'
PHILIPPINES.

Through the courtesy of the Bureau of Insular Affairs, United
States War Department, reports of condition as of June 30, 1913,
have been received from the following-named banks in operation in
the Philippine Islands: Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation,
at Manila; Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation, at Iloilo;
Chartered Bank of India, Australia, and China, at Manila; Chartered



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71

Bank of India, Australia, and China, at Uoilo; Chartered Bank of
India, Australia, and China, at Cebu; Bank of the Philippine Islands,
at Manila; Bank of the Philippine Islands (branch), at Zamboanga;
Bank of the Philippine Islands (special branch), at Jolo; Bank of
Philippine Islands, at Iloilo; International Banking Corporation, at
Manila; and International Banking Corporation, at Cebu.
The principal items of resources of these 11 banking institutions
are as follows: Loans and discounts, $18,125,662.09; bonds, securities, etc., $689,390.49; due from banks and bankers, $3,710,812.98;
cash on hand, $3,607,236.30; all other resources, $5,903,301.01; total
resources, $32,036,402.87. The liabilities are as follows: Capital
stock, $2,750,000; surplus and undivided profits, $1,283,079.92; individual deposits, $11,741,536.30; postal saving deposits, $17,500; due
to banks and bankers, $8,572,814.59; all other liabilities, $7,671,472.06.
HAWAII.

Returns as of June 30 have been received, from nine banking institutions other than national banks in operation in the island Territory
of Hawaii, namely: First Bank of Hilo; Bank of Honolulu; Bishop
Trust Co., of Honolulu; First Trust Co., of Hilo; Guardian Trust Co.,
of Honolulu; Trent Trust Co., of Honolulu; Bishop & Co., of
Honolulu; Bank of Hawaii, Lihue branch; Yokohama Specie
Bank, Honolulu branch. A summary of the principal items of
resources and liabilities as of June 30, 1913, for the nine banks
above named is as follows: Loans and discounts, $6,917,101.08;
bonds, securities, etc., $1,881,206.08; banking house, furniture, and
fixtures, $135,764.08; other real estate owned, $82,936.62; due from
banks, $790,167.12; checks and cash items, $155,074.44; cash on
hand, $1,995,472; other resources, $325,974.39; total resources,
$12,283,695.81. . Liabilities: Capital stock, $2,132,500; surplus, $125,790.77; undivided profits, $251,429.45; due to banks, $283,798.84;
individual deposits, $9,437,273.50; bills payable, $15,190.21; other
liabilities, $37,713.04; total liabilities, $12,283,695.81. In 1912 the
total resources and liabilities of the banks other than national reporting from Hawaii aggregated $19,579,365.85. The decrease for the
present year is caused by the failure of one or more territorial banks
to furnish reports to this office.
The principal items of resources and liabilities as of June 30, 1913,
for the nine reporting territorial banks combined with statistics as
of June 4, 1913, for the four national banks show an aggregate banking power for Hawaii as follows: Loans, $8,729,657.16; bonds, securities, etc., $2,873,364.22; due from banks, $1,069,606.99; cash on
hand, $2,535,261.19; capital, $2,742,500; surplus and undivided
profits, $700,179.46; due to banks, $479,289.79; individual deposits,
$11,313,718.56; aggregate resources, $16,015,313.27.
PORTO RICO.

In 1912 reports were received from 11 banking institutions in
operation in the island of Porto Rico. For the present year only six
banks furnished reports of condition for the use of this office. These




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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

banks were: Agency of the Bank of Nova Scotia, at San Juan; American Colonial Bank of Porto Eico at San Juan; Banco Commercial do
Puerto Rico, at San Juan; Banco Popular de Economias y Prestamos,
San Juan; Banco Territorial y Agricola de Puerto Rico, San Juan;
and Royal Bank of Canada, San Juan.
A summary of the resources and liabilities of these banking institutions as of June 30, 1913, is as follows: Loans, $7,007,909.96; bonds,
securities, etc., $1,822,366.85; due from banks and bankers, $5,374,847.54; cash on hand, $2,220,582.68; other resources, $1,005,637.57;
total resources, $17,431,344.60. Liabilities: Capital stock, $1,047,468.40; surplus and undivided profits, $769,872.37; individual deposits, $10,939,100.47; due to banks and bankers, $3,547,202.89; all
other liabilities, $1,127,700.47; total liabilities, $17,431,344.60.
Banks which furnished reports in 1912 but failed to forward a
report for the current year are: Caja de Economias y Prestamos,
San Juan; Credito y Ahorra Ponceno, at Ponce; Caja Popular de
Ahorros y Prestamos, at San German; Caja de Economias y Prestamos at Cabo Roja; and Credito y Ahorro Popular, at Yauco.
STATE AND PRIVATE BANK FAILURES.

Through the courtesy of the Bradstreet Commercial Agency information is obtainable with respect to the number of banks of each
class closed and the amount of assets and liabilities at the date of
closing, but no statistics are at command in relation to the settlement
of the affairs of insolvent State and private banks.
In the year ended June 30, 1913, 40 banks of this character were
closed, the nominal assets at the date of failure being $6,182,295 and
the liabilities $7,520,527. Included in the list of failures are 18 State
banks with assets of $1,362,983 and liabilities of $1,866,480, 4 savings
banks with assets of $564,000 and liabilities of $680,000, 3 trust companies with assets of $3,409,300 and liabilities of $3,419,860, and 15
private banks with assets of $846,012 and liabilities of $1,554,187.
For the period beginning with 1864 and terminating in 1896 as a
result of special efforts information was obtained in relation to the
settlement of the affairs of State and private banks closed during that
time, from which it would appear that creditors received on an average of approximately 45 per cent on their claims. Since 1896 no
statistics have been secured relating to the settlement of the affairs
of banks of this character, but there have been reported from year to
year the number of failures with assets and liabilities at the date of
failure, which are summarized in the following table:




REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
Number of failures,

capital, assets, liabilities, and dividends paid by State and private
banks that failed in each year from 1864 to 19IS.
Number
of
failures.

Year.

1864
1865
1866.
1867
1868
1869
1870
1871
1872..
1873
1874
1875
1876
1877
1878..
1879
1S80
1881
1882
1S83
1884
1885
1886.
1887
1888
1889
1890
1891
1892.
1893
1894
1895
1896

Capital.

Nominal
assets.

Liabilities.

$i25,660.66
275.000. 00
260,000.00
276,381.00
100,000.00

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

226,666.66

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

2,314,871.90
2,326,124.18
4,644,889.91
4,125,731.00
9,190,283.98
7,312,218.73
13,137,835.47
26,001,949.67
5,102,691.94
1,629,146.61
585,653.06
2,765,951.10
2,813,915.19
12,900,819.05
2,982,879.51
1,300,536.30
2,865,300.30
2,805,326.52
1,279,900.68
10,692,385.98
7,190,824.69
2,719,410. 75
54,828,690.65
7,958,284.18
" 11,276,529.99
10,240,244.97

$225,662.14
890,112.00
138,821.00
148,886. 00
361,961.73
50,000.00
2,654,187.15
3.059,318.06
6,938,653.01
4,562,879.00
12,365.475.25
9,206,429.34
15,222, 785.49
27,269,520.51
5.252,307.22
1,311,799.49
1,785,890.45
2,608,489.57
3,193,747.39
15,508,389. 70
4,883,454. 27
1,140,824.48
3,074,622.29
3,342,336.52
2,147,059.18
11,385,584.64
6,365,198.77
3,227,608.56
46,766,818.80
7,218,319.51
9,010,584.93
7,513,837.41

974,256.96
1,906,573.00
3,420,016.33
2,022,498.51
4.143,941.97
5,178,020.98
7,004,558.27
19,485,717.87
4,235,808.85
288,494. 74
851,755.00
1,221,737.29
1,408,047.99
9,671,860.26
2,361,320.01
673,579.10
1,610,527.45
1,924,773.68
1,026,682.73
3,884,577.99
3,090,597.48
803,860. 76
17,912,270. 45
•1,456,522.87
2,251.708.93
534,363.30

70

53,187,259.00
445,000.00

212,725,771.58
1,586,419.00

218,833,563.86
1,796,424.41

99,711,330.75
377,396.20

1 234

53,632,259.00

214,312,190.58 220,629,988.27
17,929,163.00
24,090.879.00
4,493,577.00
7,080,190.00
7,790,244. 00 10,448,159.00
11,421,028 00
7,675,792.00
6,373,372.00
13,334.629.00
10,332,666 00
7,323,737.00
2,166,852.00
4,005,643.00
24,296,823.00
31,774,895.00
6,970,345.00
10,273,023.00
7,187,858.00
6,591,515.00
22,165,448.00
13,037,497.00
177,073,348.00 209,835,443.00
15.760,177.00
25,190 156.00
14', 496,610.00
18,182,592.00
18,546 583.00
13,962,050.00
12,838,837.00
7,797,401.00
6,182,295.00
7,520,527.00

100,088 726 95

53,632,259.00

554,232,988.58

664,858,544.27

100,088, 726. P5

2

..
. ...
.

73

. .

.

.

.

Total
\'ot dated..
Total

1897
1898.. ..
1899
1900
1901
1902
1903.
1904
1905...
T906
1907. .
1908
1909
1910
1911
1912
1913

Total




1
7
10
33
40
14
37
63
70
20
10
9
19
27
54
32
13
19
17
15
30
44
27
261
71
115
78

1,1 C4

122
53
26
32
56
43
26
102
57
34
132
60
28
56
55
40

2,193

Dividends
paid.

$115,592.25
138,821.00
82,844. 74

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EEPOBT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

For the purpose of comparison there is submitted herewith a
statement relating to failures, by years and classes of banks:
• Number, assets, and liabilities of State banks, savings banks, loan and trust companies,
and private banks which failed, by years, from June SO, 1892, to June SO, 191S.
[In the amounts 000 omitted.]
State institutions.
Year.

State banks.

Savings banks.

Loan and trust companies.

No.

No.

Assets.

Liabilities.

No.

$1,892
41,282
1,774
2.555
3,741
6,080
- 694
919
418
1,003
1,364
645
5,194
1,397
710
2 380
41,035
2,732
8,170
9,865
2,318
1,362

$3,178
36,903
2,010
3,445
4,628
8,083
988
1,240
442
1,440
2,056
965
6,725
2,282
1,006
4,833
43,227
3,286
9,111
12,678
3,129
1,866

6
47
9
8
9
19
4
4
3
3
10
1
7
4
5

$484
17,674
2,646
4,653
662
3,998
800
1,153
328
450
4,622
35
1,457
550
360

$917
16,831
2,678
4,818
902
5,455
956
1,632
410
531
5,730
235
1,704
811
490

12
2
1
4
1
4

7,760
85
52
2,021
40
564

7,581
105
63
2,487
66
680

3
19
8
6
4
12
2
2
4
4
1
2
8
2
4
4
25
6
6
2
4
3

$209
15,098
33,420
4,107
1,159
3,436
1,275
5,067
5,243
995
12
371
13,128
2,525
4,636
4 850
110,047
5,342
3,072
140
2,452
3,409

$425
24,144
37 977
5,844
936
4,325
1,575
6,701
6,636
1,113
22
561
15,880
3,600
3,990
8 100
126,200
5,412
2,216
230
4,304
3,419

645

Total

Liabilities.

24
172
27
46
55
44
14
5
9
8
12
6
37
16
15
10
42
19
9
28
29
18

1892
1893
1894
1895
1896
1897
1898
1899
1900
1901
1902
1903
1904
1905
1906
1907
1908
1909..
1910
1911
1912
1913

Assets.

137,530

153,521

163

50,394

55,082

131

219,993

263,610

Private banks.

Assets.

Liabilities.

Total all banks.

Year.
No.
1892
1893
1894
1895
1896
1897
1898
1899
1900
1901
1902
1903
1904
1905
1306
1907
1908
1909
1910
1911
1912
1913

...

.

. .
.. .

Total.




Assets.

Liabilities.

36
176
21
25
42
47
33
15
16
41
20
17
50
35
13
20
53
33
12
22
21
15

$3,540
20,237
1,749
1,389
1,886
4,416
1,725
651
1,687
3,925
1,325
1,116
4,518
2,498
886
5,807
18,231
7,602
3,206
1,935
2,976
846

$6,505
19,315
2,236
1,805
2,708
6,228
3,561
874
3,933
10,251
2,525
2,245
7,466
3,580
1,702
9,232

763

92,151

ort GOG

16,387
6,792
3,150
5,338
1,554
150,215

No.

Assets.

69
$6,125
414
94,291
65
39,589
85
12,704
110
7,448
122
17,930
53
4,494
26
7,790
32
7,676
56
6,373
7,323
43
26
2,167
102
24,297
57
6,970
6,592
37
34
13,037
132
177,073
60
15,761
28
14,496
56
13,962
55
7,797
40 ,
6,182
1,702

500,077

Liabilities.
$11,025
97,193
44,901
15,912
9,174
24,091
7,080
10,447
11,421
13,335
10,333
'
4,006
31,775
10,273
7,188
22,165
209,836
25,190
18,182
18,546
12,838
7,520
622,431

75

KEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.

Building and loan associations in operation in the District of
Columbia, which were placed under the supervision of the Comptroller of the Currency by the act of March 4, 1909, have shown a
steady increase in business from that date as indicated by the volume
of loans, installment payments on shares, and aggregate resources, as
shown in the following table:
Years.

June
June
June
June
June

30,1909
30,1910
30,1911
30,1912
30,1913

Number
of associations.
22
19
19
20
20

Loans.

Installments
on shares.

$13,511,587
14,415,832
14,965,220
16,004,760
17,398,010

$11,996,357
13,213,644
13,324,217
14,529,977
16,453,044

Aggregate
resources.
$14,393,927
15,250,731
16,017,465
17,160,293
18,438,294

These institutions are required to make semiannual reports and
are subject to periodical examinations. The total number of shares
issued by these associations is stated at 367,407, of which 142,368
were in force on June 30, 1913. The membership is reported at
33,756, of whom 8,537 are borrowing and 25,219 nonborrowing
members. Installment payments are for one association $2.50 per
month, two $2, one $1.50, and the remaining $1 per share.
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES.

Statistics relating to the building and loan associations in the
United States for the year 1912 have been obtained through the
courtesy of Mr. H. F. Cellarius, secretary of the United States League
of Local Building and Loan Associations,
There were in 1912 in the United States 6,273 associations, with a
total membership of 2,516,936, and having assets amounting to
$1,137,600,648. The total resources increased $106,913,617, or a little
over 10 per cent for the year, and the membership increased 184,107,
or a little less than 8 per cent, during the same period. The average
amount due each member is $451.98, an increase of $10.17 per member
for the year.
The following table shows, by States, the number of associations,
total membership, and total assets for States in which accurate statistics are compiled by the State authorities. The data for other
States are consolidated under the heading, "Other States/' and the
figures given are estimated.




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KEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
Number
of associations.

Pennsylvania
Ohio...
New Jersey
Massachusetts
Illinois
....
New York
Indiana
Nebraska
California
Michigan
Louisiana v3
Kentucky
District of Columbia..
Kansas
Missouri
North Carolina
Wisconsin
Minnesota
West Virginia
Iowa
Maine
Connecticut
Tennessee...."
North Dakota
New Hampshire
Oklahoma....
Montana
Other States
Total.

Total
membership.

Total assets.

Increase
in membership.

Increase in
assets.

649
599
162
592
237
357
68
91
67
66
106
20
55
134
119
61
64
45
47
37
14
13
9
17
29
16
970

475,494
396,482
219,418
172,691
172,456
151,019
142,202
68,459
30,921
47,119
40,250
48,000
32,231
43,912
31,151
26,060
23,292
12,710
13,400
19,052
11,118
3,931
3,987
4,315
7,900
3,190
1,794
314,382

$213,825,547
205,445,994
106,554,997
74,484,048
74,457,794
159,040,511
51,101,921
28,946,108
24,866,572
22,030,439
19,077,275
18,498,415
17,716,100
14,920,949
14,022,021
9,581,659
8,692,830
5,789,860
5,931,662
5,715,614
4,901,396
2,978,235
2,783,470
2,520,953
2,302,370
1,116,612
1,092,993
139,204,303

$16,585,547
18,011,871
10,106,370
6,910,668
5,482,343
19,455,941
7,041,793
4,060,823
1,526,560
1,910,616
959,946
1,681,674
1,314,857
1,850,779
1,388,724
1,206,354
1,345,147
425,636
473,665
851,885
256,259
322,477
2 47,568
371,101
110,747

32,314
12,225
21,361
14,326
17,136
22,486
8,821
10,268
2 3,764
2,957
2,050
3,500
1,088
2,696
4,201
886
2,347
600
1,200
2,552
507
587
2 615
513
100

205,999
13,103,403

242
23,523

6,273

2,516,936

1,137,600,648

106,913,617

184,107

1,629

i Including $4,734,478 State associations now doing business as locals.

2

Decrease.

3 Estimated.

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS.

The receipts for the year 1912 aggregated $779,479,200, an increase
over the previous year of $71,294,068, or 10.6 per cent. The weekly
dues increased $28,461,854, or 12.1 percent; paid-up stock, $2,657,922,
being 11.2 per cent; deposits, $3,832,888, being 5.8 per cent; interest,
5,824,868, being 9.5 per cent. Premium receipts were $169,258 less
than in 1911. The mortgage loans made last year were $15,880,888
in excess of those of the previous year, or 5.6 per cent; stock withdrawals increased $21,371,168, or 10.9 per cent; paid-up stock withdrawals were $5,015,546 more than in 1911, being an increase of 26.3
per cent, while deposits increased $4,490,544, or 7.8 per cent. The
ratio of expenses to receipts was a fraction under 1 per cent. In
detail the receipts and disbursements for the year were as follows:
Receipts, 1912.
Cash on hand Jan. 1, 1912
Weekly dues
Paid-up stock
Deposits
Loans repaid
Interest .
Premium
Pinesbooks and initiation
Pass
Borrowed money
Heal estate sold
Miscellaneous receipts
Total




Amount.
$32,434,368
262,179,900
26,202,300
69,349,800
214,513,680
65,621,856
3,922,500
947,676
696,636
80,452,044
3,828,360
19,330,080
779,479,200

Disbursements, 1912.
Pass-book loans
Mortgage loans
Stock withdrawals
Paid-up stock withdrawals
Deposit withdrawals
Expenses
Borrowed money repaid
Interest
Real estate purchased
Miscellaneous disbursements
Cash on hand Jan. 1,1913
Total

Amount.
$27,626,952
299,132,988
217,934,100
24,401,088
62,006,880
7,600,236
78-136,200
1,933,008
4,600.308
20,723; 352
35,384,088
779,479,200

REPORT OF THE COMPTEOLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

77

SCHOOL SAVINGS BANKS.

Through the courtesy of Mrs. S. L. Oberholtzer, who has undertaken the work of collecting statistics relating to this class of banks,
the Comptroller is enabled to present the latest statistical data showing the growth of the school savings bank system in this country.
Much interest is now being manifested in this method of accumulating small savings, and recently the American Bankers' Association
provided for a school savings section, in charge of a capable secretary, for the purpose of studying the growth of this movement and
compiling statistics relating thereto.
From reports received and compiled it appears that there are
about 1,200 schools in 201 cities and towns having school savings
banks. The pupils registered at these schools number 1,492,789, and
the number of pupils with savings accounts are 210?320. The total
amount deposited was $4,305,018.83, withdrawn $3,143,551.22, the
balance on deposit being $1,161,467.61.
The following is a summary of reports from school savings banks,
arranged by vStates and geographical divisions:
School savings banks of the United States on or about Jan. 1, 1918.
Number of scholars.
Number
of
cities. On regis- Depositer.
tors.
New England States
Eastern States . .
Southern States
Middle Western States 1
Western States
Pacific States "

...

Total United States

54
80
4
44
4
15

Total.
Deposited.

209,489
976, 457
8,808
208,239
14,101
75, 695

36,538 $334,223.17
77,836 2,560,429.97
597
651.50
78,533 1,030,892.57
1,779
10,425 77
15,037
368,395.85

201 1,492, 789

210,320 i 4,305,018.83

Balance
due
depositors.
Withdrawn.
$191,854.35
2,036,825.26
212.00
661,494.01
2,395.75
250,769.85

$142,368.82
523,604.71
439.50
369,398.56
8,030.02
117,626.00

3,143,551.22 1,161,467.61

i Figures for 3 cities as of Jan. 1,1912.

The statistics in detail relating to school savings banks will be
found in the appendix; while incomplete, only about 75 per cent of
the number in operation reporting, they show the extent to which the
savings of school children has grown.
SAVINGS BANKS IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES.

The Comptroller is indebted to the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic
Commerce, Department of Commerce, for the latest available statistics in relation to the number of depositors and the volume of deposits
in the various classes of sayings banks in foreign countries.
The first table following is a consolidated statement relating to all
foreign savings banks and the second is confined to postal savings
banks, showing the returns for the current year and 10 years prior.
As will be noted, the United Kingdom, the country in which the postal
savings bank system had its first practical origin, leads all other
countries in the volume of deposits and the number of depositors.
The tables in question follow.



Savings banks, including postal savings banks: Number of depositors, amount of deposits, average deposits per deposit account and per inhabitant, by
specified countries.
[Compiled by the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce, Department of Commerce, from the official reports of the respective countries.]

Countries.

Population.* Date of report.

Form of organization.

Communal and private savings banks
Postal savings banks, savings departmentPostal savings banks, check department-..
Government savings banks
7,579,000
Communal and private savings banks
Postal savings banks
4,285,000
Savings banks....
3,415,000
Communal and corporate savings banks...
2,757,000
Government savings banks
11,626,000
/....do
39,602,000 \Dec. 31,1911 Private sayings banks
Postal savings banks
5,564,000 Dec. 31,1909 Municipal savings banks
1,923,000 Dec. 31,1911 Postal savings banks
do
Public and corporate savings banks
64,432,000
do.
260,000
fDec. 31,1909 Communal and private savings banks
20,886,000 p e c . 31,1911 Postal sdvings banks, savings department _.
Postal savings banks, check department..-.
I
do
fDec. 31,1910

Austria..
Belgium....
Bulgaria
Chile
Denmark 2.
Egypt
France
Algeria
Tunis
Germany s
Luxemburg.
Hungary *
Italy
Japan
Formosa
China and Korea.
Netherlands
Dutch East IndiesDutch Guiana
Norway 6
Eoumania
Russia•
Finland
.
*
Spain 7
Sweden




28,572,000 {Dec. 31,1911

I
do
/Dec. 31,1912
\Dec. 31,1911
Dec. 31,1910
June 30,1910
Mar. 31,1911
Dec. 31,1912

do
34,814,000 /
\Dec. 31,1912
/Dec. 31,1911
51,646,000 \Mar. 31,1913
/Dec. 31,1911
3,411,000 \Mar. 31,1912
do.
/Dec. 31,1910
6,022,000 \Dec. 31,1911
31,1910
37,957,000 /Dec. 31,1912
\Dec.
86,000 Dec. 31,1911
do.
2,415,000
6,866,000 July 1,1910
163,779,000 June 30,1912
/Dec. 31,1911
3,145,000 1
do.
19,660,000 Dec. 31,1912
/Dec. 31,1911
5,562,000 \
do

Communal and corporate savings banks
Postal savings banks
Private sayings banks
Postal savings banks
Private sayings banks
Postal savings batiks
do..
Private savings banks...
Postal savings banks
Private sayings banks....
Postal savings banks
doCommunal and private savings banks.
Government savings banks
State, including postal savings banks..
Private savings banks
Postal savings banks
Private savings banks
Communal and trustee savings banks..
Postal savings banks

Number of
depositors.

Deposits.

4,262,108 $1,227,170,253
2,261,658
46,319,119
110,074
89,933,872
3,013,296
204,147,391
48,729
11,798,579
280,775
9,129,433
268,731
10,543,275
1,191,365
181,983,316
265,003
2,819,947
8,391,694
754,409,859
5,970,839
328,890,226
19,427
1,309,769
5,567
1,397,357
22,349,570
4,241,560,792
71,230
12,127,147
1,149,251
428,023,064
823,251
23,653,855
22,603
25,758,397
2,307,408
475,288,597
5,780,010
376,072,443
8,071,087
81,458,012
12,584,743
96,495,896
6,838
151,563
143,650
1,133,847
297,383
3,889,908
451,747
44,573,361
1,556,950
68,726,245
13,228
2,887,566
102,486
3,789,750
10,268
361,067
1,030,820
144,538,398
218,690
11,616,820
8,189,734
784,117,885
308,938
48,431,375
66,002
1,530,935
573,349
55,943,487
1,612,113
229,677,914
565,759
12,645,957

Average Average
deposit deposit
per inaccount. habitant.
$287.93
20.48
817.03
67.75
242.13
32.52
39.23
152.75
10.64
89.90
55.08
67.42
251.01
189.78
170.25
372.44
28.73
1,139.60
205.98
65.06
10.09
7.67
22.16
7.89
13.08
98.67
44.14
218.29
36.98
35.16
140.22
53.12
95.74
156.77
23.20
97.57
142.47
22.35

$42.95
1.62
3.15
26.94
1.56
2.10
3.09
66.01
.24
19.05
8.31
.24
.73
65.83
46.64
20.49
1.13
1.23
13.65
10.80
1.58
1.87
.04
.33
7.40
11.41
.08
.10
4.20
59.85
1.69
4.79
15.40
.49
2.85
41.29
2.27

00

Switzerland
United Kingdom s
British India*
Australia, Commonwealth
New Zealand
Canada 10
British South Africa
British West Indies
British colonies, n. e. s
Total, foreign countries.
United States
Philippine Islands
Grand total

3,555,000 Dec. 31,1908 Communal and private savings banks.
45,663,Q00 /Nov. 20,1912 Trustee sayings banks
\Dec. 31,1912 Postal savings banks
do..
244,221,000 Mar. 31,1912
Government, trustee, and joint-stock savings banks.
4,733,000
1912-13
/Dec. 31,1911 Postal savings banks
1,008,000 id
Private savings banks
Postal savings banks
7,758,000 /June 30,1913 Dominion Government savings banks
\....do
1911-12
6,844,000
Government, post office, and private savings banks.
1911-12
Government and post-office savings banks
1,683,000
1911-12
20,427,000
do
862,156,000
Postal
97,028,000 /June 30,1913 Mutualsavings banks (12,820 offices and branches).
and stock savings bank
\June 4,1913
8,552,000 June 30,1913 Postal savings banks
967,736,000

963,417
870,510
750,693
500,834
895,768
405,566
54,036
145,396
34,309
239,446
94,838
224,858

307,386,431
261,875,606
886,211,861
61,313,176
355,360,823
75,640,920
8,035,930
41,885,255
14,140,754
32,279,008
6,432,097
13,542,547

156.56
140.00
69.50
40.85
187.45
186.51
148.71
288.08
412.16
134.81
67.82
60.23

86.47
5.73
19.41
.25
75.08
75.04
7.97
5.40
1.82
4.72
3.82
.66

115,576,045
330,703
10,766,936
39,909

12,108,411,085
33,818,870
4,727,403,950
1,498,560

104.59
102.26
439.07
37.55

14.04
0.35
48.53
0-18

126,713,593 16,871,132,465

§

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1

The figures of population are for the nearest date to which the statistics of savings banks relate.
s.Exclusive of 1,892 deposits of $194,893 in savings banks in Faroe Islands, and of data for savings departments of ordinary banks, which comprised 160,127 accounts, credited with
$33,027,713 on Mar. 31,1911.
3
Exclusive of Brunswick.
* No separate data available for private and communal savings banks since 1909. The ordinary banks, savings banks, and land-credit banks of Hungary held 1,896,654 savings
accounts credited with $781,477,529 on Dec. 31,1911.
6
Figures for the Casa d'Economie.
8
Includes 38,958 depositors in school savings depositories, credited with $105,060. The above total is exclusive of $162,185,345 worth of securities held by the savings banks to the
credit of depositors.
7
The peseta has been converted at the rate of 18.1 cents. Data taken from " Espafia Econdmica y Financiera," May 31,1913. Exclusive of data for savings departments of commercial banks, which comprised 136,648 accounts credited with $30,500,114 on Dec. 31, 1912.
s Exclusive of Government stock held for depositors, which, at the end of the year, amounted to $126,907,896 in the postal savings banks and to $13,163,196 in the trustee savings
banks.
9
Exclusive of the population of the feudatory States.
io Exclusive of data for special private savings banks which, on June 30,1913, held deposits amounting to $39,440,559. The above total does not include the savings deposits in
chartered banks ("Deposits payable after notice or on a fixed day"), which, on June 30, 1913, amounted to $622,928,969.




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80

BBPORT OF THE COMPTBOLLEB OF THE CTJBBENCY.

Comparative statement relative to number of depositors, amount of deposits, and average
deposit in postal savings banks.
[Compiled by the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce, Department of Commerce, from official
data of the respective countries.]
Country.
1901-1903.
Austria
Belgium
Bulgaria
Finland
France
Hungary
Italy
Net herlands
Russia
Sweden
United Kingdom
Bahamas
Canada
British Guiana1
Dutch Guiana
British India
Ceylon
Straits Settlements
Federated Malay States *
Dutch East Indies
Japan
Formosa
Gold Coast
Rhodesia 1
Sierra Leone
Union of South Africa 1
Egypt
Tunis
New South Wales *
Victoria»
Queensland *
Tasmania 8
Western Australia
New Zealand
Philippine Islands
1911-1913.
Austria
Belgium
Bulgaria
Finland
France
Hungary
Italy
Netherlands
Russia
Sweden
United Kingdom
Bahamas
Canada
British Guiana
;
Dutch Guiana
British India
Ceylon
Straits Settlements
Federated Malay States
Dutch East Indies
Japan
Formosa
Gold Coast
Rhodesia
Sierra Leone
Union of South Africa
Egypt
Tunis
New South Wales
Victoria
Queensland
Tasmania
Western Australia
New Zealand
Philippine Islands
1
8

fear.

Number of
depositors.

1901
1901
1900
1901
1901
1901
1902
1901
1902
1901
1902
1901
1903
1901
1905
1902
1901
1901
1903
1902
1903
1902
1901
1905
1901
1902
1902
1901
1901
1903
1903
1902
1903
1901
1907

1,547,541
1,483,270
53,194
42,965
3,805,881
416,328
4,648,956
896,761
1,163,310
573,800
9,133,161
1,421
167,023
8,262
5,785
866,693
54,426
2,745
2,507
30,058
2,859,143
33,866
341
811
4,116
126,883
13,587
3,365
216,947
418,511
80,043
15,736
48,008
212,436
2,676

$30,355,244
108,372,734
989,983
789,014
208,515,240
7,579,614
151,212,172
37,696,209
77,043,466
14,532,663
703,720,660
79,976
44,255,327
238,332
230,262
34,656,368
429,099
227,133
182,589
1,576,290
14,718,253
326,680
21,705
108,528
238,094
17,198,639
425,098
575,005
32,349,032
50,328,647
18,359,776
1,841,951
9,677,644
30,902,338
255.050

$19.61
73.06
18.61
18.36
54.79
18.21
32.53
42.04
66.23
25.33
77.05
56.28
264.96
28.85
39.80
39.99
7.88
82.74
72.83
52.44
5.15
9.65
63.65
133.82
57.85
135.55
31.29
170.88
149.11
120.26
229.37
117.03
201.59
145.47
111.77

1911
1911
1910
1911
1911
1911
1912
1911
1912
1911
1912
1911
1913
1911
1911
1912
1911
1911
1911
1912
1913
1912
1911
1911
1911
1911
1912
1911
1911
1913
1913
1912
1913
1911
1913

2,261,658
2,472,697
280,775
66,002
5,970,839
823,251
5,780,010
1,556,950
2,691,361
565,759
12,750,693
2,108
145,396
25,816
10,268
1,500,834
89,074
4,812
6,200
102,486
12,584,743
143,650
3,137
4,214
6,002
225,238
265,003
5,567
407,011
678,470
159,232
26,817
114,481
405,566
39,909

46,319,119
166,306,355
9,129,433
1,530,935
328,890,226
23,653,855
376,072,443
68,726,245
192,456,530
12,645,957
886,211,861
124,086
41,885,255
1,188,467
361,067
61,313,176
989,058
429,531
391,439
3,789,750
96,495,896
1,133,847
169,262
538,970
485,735
29,824,117
2,819,947
1,397,357
85,630,423
102,714,680
39,530,662
3,827,308
21,776,721
75,640,920
1,498,560

20.48
67.26
32.52
23.20
55.08
28.73
65.06
44.14
70.02
22.35
69.50
58.86
288.08
46.04
35.16
40.85
11.10
89.26
63.14
36.98
7.67
7.89
53.96
127.90
80.93
132.41
10.64
251.01
210.39
151.39
248.26
142.72
190.22
186.51
37.55

Deposits.

Average
deposits.

Earlier reports not available.
It has been thought proper to include among the postal savings banks also those savings banks in the
Australian States which prior to the transfer of the State post offices to the Federal Government were
operated by the respective State post offices. All these banks continue at present to be operated as Government savings banks.




«1

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
INSOLVENT NATIONAL BANKS.

During the year ended October 31, 1913, six national banks, with
an aggregate capital stock of $4,350,000, were placed in the charge of
receivers appointed by the comptroller. The First-Second National
Bank of Pittsburgh, Pa., which was closed on July 7, 1913, had a
capital stock of $3,400,000, and in point of gross assets is the largest
national bank placed in the charge of a receiver in the history of the
national banking system.
In the accompanying table will be found a list of the banks closed
during the year ended October 31, 1913, showing date that each bank
was authorized to commence business, date of the appointment of
the receiver, the capital stock and the circulation issued, redeemed,
and outstanding of each bank listed.
Name and location of i Char| ter
bank.
No.

Date of

Circulation.

Date of

Capital
stock.
Issued.

A t l a n t i c National
Bank, Providence,
R.I..
2913 Apr. 3,1883 Apr.
First N ationa 1 B ank,
Oneonta, N.Y.i..... 420 May . 9,1864 Apr.
First National Bank,
Norwich, Conn
458 June 6, 1864 May
First-Second National
Bank, Pittsburgh,
Pa—
252 Feb. 13,1864 July
First National Bank,
LaFayette, Ga
7247 May 7,1904 July
T r a d e r s ' National

Redeemed.

Outstanding.

j100

16,1913

$300,000

$899,810

$719,710

17,1913

100,000

274,950

274,950

7,1913

300,000

1,313,410

1,129,410

184,000

7,1913 3,400,000 10,604,900

8,739,802

1,865,098

19,1913

Oct. 20,1913

Total (6 banks).

89,100

69,100

20,000

200,000

2,222,940

2,032,743

190,197

4,350,000 15,405,110 12,965,715

Bank, Lowell, Mass.! 4753 June. 10,1892

50,000

2,439,395

* Formerly in voluntary liquidation. •

From 1865, the date of the first failure of a national bank, to October
31,1913,531 national banks have been placed in the charge of receivers.
Twenty-five of these were, however, restored to solvency and permitted to reopen.
The capital of such failed banks aggregates $90,950,920. The book
or nominal value of assets administered by receivers under the supervision of this office was $391,063,051. The total cash realized from
the liquidation of these assets aggregates $190^098,517. In addition
to this amount there has been realized from assessments of $46,194,540
levied against stockholders the sum of $22,322,747, making total cash
collections from all sources $212,421,264, which has been distributed
as follows:
In dividends to creditors on claims proved amounting to $203,414,650
the sum of..
$141,990,760
In payment of loans and other disbursements discharging liabilities of
the bank other than those of the general creditors
40,808, 647
In payment of legal expenses incurred in the administration of such
receiverships
...
..
.
5,187,764
In payment of receivers' salaries and other expenses of receiverships...
9,247,875
There has been returned to shareholders in rebates on assessments levied.
3,444,256
Leaving a balance in the hands of the comptroller and the receivers of..
11,741,955
Total...............................


13420°—CUR 1913—6


212,421,264

82

KBPOBT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

There are still in the charge of the receivers 45 insolvent national
banks, the assets of which have abook or nominal value of $82,124,646.
In process of liquidation up to October 31, 1913, the receivers have
realized from these assets in cash $36,287,270 and have collected from
the shareholders on account of assessments levied against them to
cover deficiencies in assets the suin of $1,923,583, making total collections from all sources in the liquidation of current or active receiverships the sum of $38,210,853, wnich amount has been distributed as
follows:
Dividends to creditors
$18, 660,176
Loans paid and other disbursements discharging liabilities of the bank
other than those of the general creditors
5, 748, 907
Legal expenses.
569,279
Receivers' salaries and all other expenses of administration
989, 046
Returned to shareholders on account of rebates on assessments
531, 512
Leaving a balance in the hands of the comptroller and with the receivers
of
11, 711, 933
Total

38, 210,853

This large undistributed balance consists primarily of the amount
in the hands of the comptroller to the credit of the First-Second
National Bank of Pittsburgh, Pa. The distribution of this amount
is being arranged for as heretofore stated.
Collections from assets of the 486 national banks, the affairs of
which have been finally closed, were $153,811,247 and from assessments levied against shareholders, $20,399,164, making total collections of $174,210,411, from which on claims proved aggregating
$161,168,878 dividends were paid to the amount of $123,330,591.
The average rate of dividends paid on claims proved was 76.52 per
cent, but including offsets allowed, loans paid, and other disbursements with dividends creditors received on an average 82,87 per cent.
Expenses of administration of these 486 trusts—that is, receivers' salaries, legal and other incidental expenses—amounted to $12,877,314, a
sum equal to 4.17 per cent of the nominal value of assets and 7.39 per
cent of the total collections from assets and from shareholders. The
outstanding circulation of these banks-at the date of failure was
$23,731,707, secured by bonds on deposit in the Treasury of the face
value of $25,855,400. Assessments against shareholders averaged
53.1 per cent of their holdings, the collections therefrom being 48.4 per
cent of the assessments levied.
In the current year 25 dividends were paid to creditors of 19 insolvent banks, the total distribution being $1,468,448.83.
In the table following is summarized the condition of all insolvent
national banks, the condition of the closed and active receiverships
being shown separately.




83

KEPOET OF THE COMPTKOLLEB OF THE CUKRENCY.
Closed receiverships,
486.1
$308.938,405

Total.

33,190,809
36,287,270

31,926,164
117,754,876
14,056,227
37,227,267
190,098,517

82,124,646

391,063,051

36,287,270
1,923,583

190,098,517
22,322,747

38,210,853

212,421,264

5.748,907
18,660,176
569,279
989, 046
11, 711, 933
531, 512

40,808,647
141,990,767
5,187,761
9,247,875
11,741,955
3,444,256

174,210,411

Receivers' salary and other expenses
Balance in hands of comptroller or receivers.
Amount returned to shareholders in cash

7,307,904
5,338, 663

35,059,740
123,330,591
4,618,485
8,258.829
30, 022
2,912, 744

Total collections.
Disposition of collections:
Loans paid and other disbursements.
Dividends paid

24, 618,260
112,416,213
14,056,227
4,036, 458
153,811,247

174,210.411

rotal.
Collected from assets as above
Collected from assessment upon shareholders.

$391,063,051

153,811,247
20,399,164

Disposition of assets:
Offsets allowed and. settled
Loss on assets compounded or sold under order of court...
Nominal value of assets returned to stockholders
Nominal value of remaining assets
Collected from assets

$82,124,646

308,938,405

Total assets taken charge of by receivers

Active receiverships,
45.

38,210,853

Capital stock at date of failure
Bonds at failure
Amount realized from sale of bonds
Circulation outstanding at failure
Amount of assessment upon shareholders.
Claims proved
i Includes 25 banks restored to solvency.

2

212,421,264
•

2

6,460,000
72,925,920
25,855, 400
26,669,029
23,731, 707
42,158,290
161,168,878

Total, 531.

10,710,000
5,352,750
2,116,961
5,601,610
4,036,250
42,245, 772

,,
"a

90,095,920
31,208,150
28,785,990
29,333,317
46,194,540
203, 414,650

Capital stock of 25 banks restored to solvency.

The affairs of eight insolvent banks were closed during the year
ended October 31, 1913, and in the accompanying table appears
information relative to the capital, date of appointment of receiver,
and per cent of dividends paid to creditors.
Title.

Gallon National Bank
Citizens National Bank
Minot National Bank
First National Bank
First National Bank
Merchants & Manufacturers National Bank.
First National Bank
National Bank of Beattyville
i And interest in full.

Location.

Date receiver
appointed.

Capital.

Per cent
dividends
paid to
creditors.

Galion, Ohio
Oberlin, Ohio
Minot, N. Dak
Chelsea, Mass
Clintonville, Pa
Columbus, Ohio 2

Feb.
Nov.
Sept.
Aug.
Apr.
Feb.

15,1904
28,1904
19,1905
17,1906
24,1908
6,1910

$60,000
60,000
25,000
300,000
25,000
500,000

50.25
67.00
1100.00
92.60
95.00

Rhyolite, Nev
Beattyville, Kv

Mar. 23,1910
Oct. 15,1910

50,000
25,000

20.50
1100.00

2 Formerly in voluntary liquidation.

In view of the currency legislation now pending in Congress aild
the contemplated revision of the national banking laws in the immediate future, it is not deemed advisable to submit any suggestions or
recommendations in this report on these subjects.
THOMAS P. KANE,

Acting Comptroller of the Currency.
The

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.







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DIGEST OF DECISIONS RELATING TO NATIONAL BANKS.
[The following decisions relating to national banks are reported in volumes 225-228, U. S. R., and volumes
198-200, Fed. Rep., with the exception of one case taken from the Kentucky reports, one from the N. Y.
reports, and one from those of Oregon.]

CHECKS.
Cashier's check—Consideration (U. S. C. C. A., 1912).—Checks of a contractor, employed to construct city waterworks, drawn on defendant bank, having been protested,
the bank offered to pay plaintiff, frorn whom the contractor had purchased supplies,
$5,870.74 in cash if plaintiff would wait for the balance until bonds of the city issued to
pay for the waterworks, in the hands of the bank for sale, had been sold. A cashier's
check for such sum was issued by defendant bank and delivered to plaintiff; but the
bonds not having been sold, and the bank never having received anything therefor,
payment was refused. Plaintiff's assistant secretary testified that there was no consideration for the cashier's check, except the bank's promise to pay the contractor's
checks, and that he did not know of his own knowledge, except what certain correspondence showed, as to whether any of the materials which had been stopped in
transit were released on the delivery of the check. Held, that the check was without
consideration and unenforceable. (Mine & Smelter Supply Co. v. Stockgrowers'
Bank, 200 Fed. Rep., 245.)
Cashier's check—Action—Evidence (U. S. C. C. A., 1912 V—In an action against a bank
on a cashier's check, evidence of a prior telegram, sent by the bank to plaintiff, advising it of the payment of a draft for certain cement sold by plaintiff to the contractor,
and promising to pay another during the current week, was immaterial. (Ib.)
COLLECTIONS.
Collection of drafts—Mode of payment (U. S. C. C. A., 1913).—A bank, holding a draft
for collection, is not authorized to accept anything but money in payment thereof.
(Bradley Lumber Co. v. Bradley County Bank et a l , 206 Fed. Rep., 41.)
Money received—Nature and elements of action (U. S. C. C. A., 1913).—An action for

money received will only lie where the defendants have received money, the property
of plaintiff, under such circumstances as to be obliged by natural justice, good conscience , right,-and equity to refund. (Ib.)
Money paid on false voucher (U. S. C. C. A., 1913).—In an action to recover money
which plaintiff had been induced to pay out on a false voucher drawn by its agent,
defendants, having changed their position to their prejudice by reason of such payment and without knowledge that the money had been obtained on a false voucher,
held not liable to refund in an action for money received. (Ib.)
Collection of drafts—Special verdict—Sufficiency of evidence (IT. S. C. C. A., 1913).—•

Plaintiff bank sued defendant bank to recover back money paid defendant during the
Russo-Japanese War as the proceeds of a draft sent by defendant to plaintiff's Port
Arthur branch for collection, on defendant's assertion that it had been collected, during
or just prior to the investment of Port Arthur, and not remitted, which plaintiff
alleged was notfthe fact, as was ascertained after the close of the war. Defendant
alleged in the answer as an affirmative defense that, the draft had been collected by
plaintiff's Port Arthur branch, and such issue was submitted to the jury for a special
verdict, which was returned in favor of defendant. Held, that there was sufficient
evidence in the record to support such verdict. (Russo-Chinese Bank v. National
Bank of Commerce of Seattle, 206 Fed. Rep., 646.) '
Competency—Course of dealing (IT. S. C. C. A., 1913).—On such issue, evidence of the
course of dealing between plaintiff's Port Arthur branch and the drawees of the draft,
with respect to the manner of payment of similar previous drafts, held competent.
(Ib.)
DEPOSITS.
DEPOSITS OF TRUST FUNDS.

Corporations—Officers—Breaches of trust (IT. S. C. C. A., 1913).—Rules for following
trust funds apply for the protection of corporations against breaches of trust by their
officers. (Havana Central Railroad Co. v. Central Trust Co. of New York, 204 Fed.
Rep., 546.)
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Corporations—Officers—Misuse of corporate funds (U. S, C. C. A., 1913).—One who
receives from an officer of a corporation corporate obligations for his individual use,
drawn by himself in his own favor, or who receives from such an officer money or
securities of the corporation in payment of the officer's personal debts, does so at his
peril, and is put on inquiry to determine whether the officer had authority to make
such use of the corporation's property. (Ib.)
Deposits—Relation of bank tuith corporate depositor (U. S. 0. C. A., 1913).—A bank
in which corporate funds are deposited is not a trustee, quasi trustee, factor, or agent
of the corporation, but its debtor only, and, though, the bank is bound to satisfy itself
that the officer of the corporation signing checks is authorized to do so, it is not the
corporation's agent to determine whether a check drawn conforms to the contract
between them, but determines the question at i ts peril. (Ib.)
Corporations—-Corporate deposits—Misuse by corporate officers—Duty to inquire
(U. S. C. C. A., 1913).—The treasurer of a corporation having an active deposit account
in defendant bank drew checks against the deposit, signed by himself as treasurer,
payable to himself or another, and, having indorsed them, deposited them to his individual account in another trust company, which presented them to defendant, which
paid them without question. The treasurer had no right to the checks, and his action
in drawing them amounted to a criminal appropriation of the corporation's funds. So
far as defendant is concerned, however, there was nothing suspicious about the checks,
except that they were drawn by the corporation's general liscal officer to his own order
and indorsed by him, and other similar checks had been drawn and paid before, and
•defendant had no knowledge that the checks were being used for the treasurer's
personal benefit. Held, that defendant was not charged with notice, from the mere
fact that the checks were drawn to the treasurer's own order, that they were being
improperly used, and hence was not liable to repay the amount to the corporation.
(Ib.)
Corporations—Corporation depositor—Misuse of funds by corporation officer—Bank's
liability (U. S.-C. C. A., 1913).—Where a bank has knowledge that an officer of a corporation depositor is using a check on the corporation's funds for his personal benefit,
e. g., to pay his own debt to the bank, or to deposit it to his personal credit, the bank is
then put on inquiry, and, if it fails to make it pays at its peril, not because it is agent
of the corporation, but because the bank can not discharge its debts to its depositor,
except on the depositor's authorized order. (Ib.)
Corporations—By-laws—Notice (U. S. C. C. A., 1913).—While a bank in which a corporation had a deposit account is charged with notice of the provisions of the corporation's charter with reference to the authority of its officers to withdraw moneys, it is
not charged with notice of a by-law requiring a counter-signature on all checks drawn
against the corporation's deposit account, not brought to the bank's notice by the cor-poration; especially where for a considerable period checks had been issued, and paid
without question, bearing only the signature of the corporation's general fiscal officer.
(Ib.)
APPLICATION OF DEPOSIT ON CLAIM.

(U. S. G. C. A., 1913.)—In the absence of fraud or collusion a bank has the right to
apply a balance of a regular deposit standing to the credit of a bankrupt on the date
of the bankruptcy to the payment of notes due it from the bankrupt. (Walsh v. First
National Bank of Maysville, 201 Fed. Bep., 522.)
POWER OF BANK TO GIVE SECURITY FOR DEPOSIT.

Organisation and powers of banks (Ky. Appeals, 1913).—Banks can lawfully be organized and authorized to conduct business in this State only upon the terms and conditions and subject to the limitations prescribed by the banking laws. (Commercial
Banking & Trust Company, etal, v. Citizens Trust and Guaranty Company of West
Virginia, 153 Ky. Rep., 566.)
Construction of charter and banking laws (Ky. Appeals, 1913).—The enumeration."in
the banking laws of the powers of banks excludes all other methods of banking. (Ibi)
Implied powers—Public Policy—Deposits (Ky. Appeals, 1913).—A bank has no
implied power to secure by pledge of its assets the deposits of one of its depositors to
the exclusion and detriment of the others. Public policy will not tolerate such practice which in the event of financial trouble would enable a bank to protect the
favored few at the expense of the equally deserving many. (Ib.)
Banking laws—Construction—Intent (Ky. Appeals, 1913).—The banking laws were
contemplated and framed to insure fair and uniform dealings by banks with all of their
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•Implied porters (Ky. Appeals. 1913). To enable a bank \o exercise a power, not
expressly given it by charier or statute, it should be clearly established that such
power is necessary to enable it properly to enjoy, u*e, arid tarry out its express
powers, (ib.i
Sbittttes ConHtrucUon (Ivy. Appeals. 1913;.- Where a statute is susceptible of a dual
construction, one of which secures equality and equity and the other lead ro fraud,
that construction insuring fair dealing will "be adopted, rib.)
Deposit* Guaranty (Jyy. Appeals. 1913).- Where by statute a bank b required to
secure a public or other deposit before it, can receive it. the bank may give .such
security for its safekeeping and repayment as does not involve a pledge of its assets.
(ib.i

Securities•-•••Pledge Tfltra vires acts (Ky. Appeals, 1913). Under a statutei conferring
on banks '\<uc:h powers as may be necessary to carry en. the business of banking by
discounting and negotiating notes, drafts, bills of exchange, and other evidences of
debt," the act of a bank in pledging its liquid assr-rs to secure the deposit* of a county
trea^rer v.£* r:ltra, vires and void. (1 b.)
ESCHEAT or BANK DEPOSITS TO STATE.
Escheat
t

Property mbject Bank deposits (Greg., 1912:.--Since proceedings, under
sections 7378, 7379, 7380. L. O. L., for the escheat of bank deposits to the Scale do not
assume the death of a depositor whose deposit is sought to be recovered, nor attempt to
administer upon Ms estate, section 73/8, providing that the act .shall not affect the
deposit of any person known to be living, but shall apply to a deposit of an insane
person.or person under a legal disability, the statutes do hoi. invade the jurisdiction of
the probate court-? lo administer upon"the estates of decedent*. ("State of Oregon v.
First National Bank of Portland, 61 Oreg. Rep., 551; 123 Pac, 712.)
Escheat-—Mature of-proceedings (Oreg.. 1912). Section 737S, L. O. L., provider that
the cashier, etc., of every bank shall return to the secretary of state a statement showing
the amount to the credit: of every depositor "who ha« not made or withdrawn a deposit,
for more than seven years, the last known place of residence of such depositor, and the
fact of his death, if known, and publish, copies of such statements in a newspaper, but provides that the act shall not. apply to the deposit of any person known to
be living, but shall apply to that of an insane person or person under a legal disability,
whoso relative or guardian shall not have knowledge of such deposit. Section 78*9
provides that such deposits shall be deemed to have escheated to the £tate, and the
attorney general shall demand their payment. Section 7380 authorizes the attorney
general to commence proceedings against any bank which refuses payment in the
same manner as escheat proceedings for the State to recover the property or intestates
without^ heirs: and siu-h deposits, when collected, shall be treated as those of deceased
persons which .have escheated to the State and may be reclaimed by the original depositors, heirs, or representatives in the same manner. Section 73*80 also permits any
person claiming the money to intervene and have his claim established and requires
.notice by publication of escheat, proceedings to be given tor four successive weeks.
Held, that the proceeding was quasi in rein, so that no precedent seizure of the
escheated property was necessary; and the judgment of escheat discharged the bank
from liability to rfie depositor. (Ib.)
Escheat—Validity

of statutes

Escheat of bank deposits (Oreg.. 1912vi.—-The statutes

were authorized under the power of the legislature to escheat and hold the property of
abse utee dvposi tors. (Ib.)

no association shall be subject to any vtsitorial powers other than RUCII as are authorized by the title on national banks or are vested in the courts; the terih "visitorial
power.*" as there used, meaning power to control and arrest abuses and enforce due
observance of the statutes, under section 5240 (I;. S. Coinp. St., 1901. p. 3516). providing for the employment of bank examiners, authorized to examine the affairs of
every banking association, and make a report of the bank's condition to the Comptroller. (Ib.)
SPECIAL DEPOSITS.

Special deposits Relation of parties (U. B. 0.' 0. A., 1912). -Balance of-a bank
deposit made to pay certain out-standing checks held a. special deposit, which the bank
was not entitled to apply to general indebtedness to it. (Continental and Commercial
Trust & Savings Bank i:. Chicago Title & Trust Co., 191) Fed. Rep., 704.)
(U. H. C. C. A., 1012.) -While ordinarily the relation between'banker and depositor
is that, of debUnr and creditor, yet if the deposit U made for a specified purpose the bank
bailee of the depositor. (Ib.)
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STATE GUARANTY LAWS.
KANSAS.-

Equal protection of the law—Impairment of contract obligation—Due process of law—
Validity of Kansas bank depositors' guaranty act (U. S. Sup., 1913).—The Kansas bank

depositors' guaranty act is not unconstitutional as against national banks either because
it discriminates against them in favor of State banks, impairs the obligation of existing
contracts, or deprives them of their property without due process of law. (Abilene
National Bank y. Dolley, 228 U. S. Rep., 1.)

Equal protection of the law—Validity of Kansas bank guaranty act (IT. S. Sup., 1913).—•

The constitutionality of this statute has already been upheld as to State banks «in
Assaria State Bank v. Dolley, 219 U. S., 121. (Ib.)
Competition with—Effect of laws of United States to forbid (U. S. Sup.. 1913).—The

statutes of the United States where they do not prohibit competition with national
banks do not forbid competitors to succeed. (Ib.)

FORGED OR ALTERED PAPER.
United States depositaries—Foiled checks (U. S. C. C. A., 1913).—Where a national

bank which was a United States depositary paid certain forged checks drawn by a
disbursing agent of the Government and on demand by the Government for repayment
unconditionally refused to return the money, and made no demand for the checks nor
offer to pay on condition that the checks be returned, a tender of the checks to the
bank was not a condition precedent to the right of the Government to recover the
money. (United States v. National Bank of Commerce of Seattle, 205 Fed. Rep., 433.)

Limitation of actions—Checks—Forged indorsements—Payment—Recovery of money

(U. S. C. C. A., 1913).—Where a bank on which certain checks with forged indorsements were drawn paid the same, relying on the validity of such indorsements, the
bank's right of action against the banks through which it received the checks arose
immediately on payment thereof. (Ib.)

Forged checks—Payment—-Negligences-Estoppel (U. S. C. C. A., 1913).—Where a

defendant bank which was a United States depositary paid certain checks drawn by a
Government disbursing agent on which indorsements by fictitious payees had been
forged, but defendant and the banks through which it received the checks were both
negligent in failing to discover the forgery and in not requiring identification of the
payees, defendant could not urge in defense of its liability to refund the money to the
Government that it was negligent in failing promptly to discover the fraud. (Ib.)
Checks—Duty to pay—Forgeries (U. S. C. C. A., 1913).—Where abank holds money of
a depositor subject to check, it is bound to pay any valid check of the depositor, but
it can not charge against the depositor's account money paid on a forged check or on a
check to which the bank has obtained title by a forged indorsement. (Ib.)
Bills and notes—Checks—Indorsement—Forged signature of payee (U. S. C. C. A.,

1913).—Where checks were drawn by a Government disbursing agent, the Government
was not chargeable with knowledge of the signatures of the payees of the checks, so as
to charge it with notice that they were forgeries. (Ib.)
Checks—Payment—Duty of bank (U. S. C. C. A., 1913).—Where Government checks
drawn by a disbursing agent are presented to the drawee bank for payment, it is the
bank's duty to ascertain whether there is such a person as the payee named in the
checks and to know that the person presenting the checks is entitled to receive payment; and if payment is made without investigation, identification, or other precaution, it is at the bank's risk. (Ib.)
Government money—Federal depositaries—United States disbursing agents—Author-

ity-~Notice to bank (U. S. C. C, A., 1913). —Revised Statutes, section 5153, provides
that all national banking associations designated for that purpose shall be depositaries
of public money under such regulations as may be prescribed by the Secretary of the
Treasury, and Treasury Department Circular No. 49, section 6, provides that if the
object or purpose for which a check of a public disbursing officer is drawn is not stated
thereon, or if any reason exists for suspecting fraud, the officer or bank on which the
check is drawn snail refuse payment. Department Circular No. 102 declares that any
check drawn by a disbursing officer on moneys thus deposited must be in favor of the
party by name to whom payment is to be made and_pavable to order with certain
exceptions. Held that, where a national bank was a Federal depositary and checks
of a disbursing agent were drawn on it, the bank was chargeable with notice of the
limitations of the agent's authority to check out the money deposited, and that checks
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valid checks on the fund payable to the bearer. (United States v. National Bank of
Commerce of Seattle, 205 Fed. Rep., 433.)
United /States—Expenditure of funds—Disbursing agent—Fraud—Notice to Government (U. S. C. C. A., 1913).—Where a Federal disbursing agent having authority to
draw checks on a Government deposit for a specified purpose drew checks to fictitious
payees, and then by forged indorsements procured the proceeds by depositing the
checks in other banks, such agent acted in fraud of his principal, and the United States
was therefore not charged with his knowledge. (Ib.)
INSOLVENCY AND RECEIVERS.
TRACING TRUST FUNDS.

Insolvency—Claims—Trust funds—Conversion of securities (U. S. C. C. A., 1913).—A
bank of which complainant was a customer while insolvent wrongfully sold certain
of complainant's stock deposited with it as collateral, receiving $3,558.75 which it
deposited in another bank to its credit in a preexisting open account, May 1, 1909.
From May 1 to 8, inclusive, the bank drew drafts on this account in favor of an express
company for amounts aggregating $2,807.32, receiving from the express company over
its counter the amount of the drafts in cash, and at all times from May 1 to 10, inclusive,
the open account, after crediting all deposits and deducting drafts, showed a balance
in favor of the insolvent bank always in excess of the proceeds of the stock so sold.
On May 11 the account was overdrawn, however, but at all times from February 1
until the bank closed there was more than $3,500 of cash on hand in the bank's vaults,
and $15,652.23 in cash came into the hands of a receiver. Held, that the proceeds of
' the stock constituted a trust fund which did not lose its character when mingled with
the other moneys of the bank, and, when the deposit was drawn down by the express
company drafts, the trust attached to the amount paid by the express company for
the drafts pro tanto, and hence there was a sufficient following of the fund to entitle
complainant to a preferred claim therefor. (Brennan v. Tillinghast, Tillinghast v.
Brennan, 201 Fed. Rep., 609.)
Trustfunds—Loss of trust character—Mingling with other funds (U. S. 0. C. A., 1913).—•
Where the proceeds of stocks wrongfully sold by an insolvent bank constituted a trust
fund for the benefit of the owner, they did not lose their trust character by being
mingled with other moneys of the bank, provided the owner could trace the money
either in its original shape or in substituted form into assets which came into the
hands of the bank's receiver. (Ib.)
Trustfunds—Mingling with other moneys (U. S. C. C. A., 1913).—Proof that a tortfeasor has mingled trust funds with his own and made payments thereafter out of the
common fund, in the absence of anything else appearing, is a sufficient identification
of the remainder of that fund coming into the hands of the receiver not exceeding the
smallest amount the fund contained subsequent to the commingling as trust property,
under the presumption that the trust moneys had not been paid out. (Ib.)
Trustfunds—Blending with other funds—Presumptions (U, S. C. C. A., 1913).—•
Where trust funds are blended with other moneys in a bank account from which there
had been drawings from time to time, the presumption that the sums first drawn out
were from the moneys which the tort-feasor had a right to expend in his own business,
and that the balance which remained included the trust fund, will not stand against
evidence to the contrary. (Ib.)
Trusts—Trustfunds— Mingling— Transfers (U. S. C. C. A., 1913).—The presumption
that a tort-feasor, having mingled trust funds with his own, paid out his own funds,
and that the remaining balance included those of the trust, has no application where
the evidence shows that the first moneys drawn from the mingled fund by the tortfeasor were not in fact dissipated by him, but merely transferred in a substituted form
to another fund retained in his own possession. (Ib.)
Deposits—Reclamation—Insolvency (U. S. C. C. A., 1913).—Where a bank, being
hopelessly insolvent; receives a deposit with knowledge that it can not pay its debts
and must fail in business, the depositor may rescind for fraud and reclaim the deposit
or its proceeds, if traced into the assets of the bank coming into the hands of the
receiver. (Ib.)
Insolvency—Deposits—Receipt (U. S. C. C. A., 1913).—Where the officers of a bank
at the time they received a deposit from complainant had known for 10 years that the
bank was insolvent, but it did not appear but that the officers had reason to believe
that by a continuing business the bank might retrieve its fortunes, and that it would
be necessary to close, the receipt of the deposit did not constitute such fraud as would



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entitle ihe deposit >r vo ?-eK-iud ar.d !.rcov«-r ;he «l-'p«^it (••••m "!;•:• h.inic'\s ?y-roivc-r tor
fraud, lib.)
Receipt of deposits Frond iT.'. 8. «'. C. A., 1913".v-<V.mplainant, being indebted to a
bank which was insolvent for money burrowed, deposi'cd £1.000 with, the bank, with
the understanding that it would be used in payment of defendant's note a!, maturity.
Held, thai. HIICJJ deposit was taken b\ the bank-as quasi security iV.r rhe payment of
its debt, and hence a. receipt of the deposit, notwithstanding tlie bank's insolvency,
was not fraudulent. «Ib.)
Assignment* of error'-Scopelie vn:u*•(['.S. C. <\ A., 1913'--.—Where, in a proceeding
to recover certain claims against the receiver of ati insolvent bank, complainant's
$1,000 note in fsvor of the E»ank Mas allowed as an offset against his preferred claim
arising out of the bank's wrongful .sale of \m collateral consistently w ifh the prayer of
the bill, and complainant as-siuned ao error on appeal because' the offset was not
allowed again.si iiis claim as a general creditor under a certificate of deposit, error, if
am, in that, recard, will not be reviewed. (!lb.)
PROOF AVD i'AV?ll.\r ()]•' (.X.A1MS—CLAIMS PROVABLE.

Draft* -Check* Obligation to yu -Loans ,XT. S. C. 0 . A . , 19J3).---The M. Bank
having suffered.an impairment- of capital, h was arranged that a draft should be drawn
on defendant, who was presidentof plaintiff's bank, individually, to cover the impairment until the danger of governmental examination was over, and that the arsift
should be made good by the chock of a corporation drawn on the M. Bank. The draft
was drawn, accepted, and paid through plaintiff's bank; the amount being charged fo
defendant's individual account, and offset by a credit deposit of the corporation's
check for the *ame amount, which, when presented to the M. Bank for payment;,
was protested for lack of funds, and on its return defendant directed that it be carried
as a each item of plaintiff's bank, instead oi being charged back to his account. Held,
that the effect of such transaction being to withdraw ihe amount of the draft from the
assets of plaintiff's bank, the credit of the check should have been canceled and the
draft, charged against defendant's account (Elliott v. Peet, 202 Fed. Rep., 434.)
Insolvency Claim.*- Eeiuihurstfiunt- Burden of proof (.l.\ S. <J. 0. A., 19I;T). Where the president of a bank, in order to tide over a bankf? difliculties, borrowed
$f)O,O(K), giving both the bank's and his own securities as collateral, the burden was
on him to clearly establish the nature and character of his outlays arid expenses in
securing such loan, in order to recover the same from Ihe bank's receiver. (Mb.)
&;t~ojf'and covntercltrim.- • Withdrawal (V. ? . C. C. A . , if) 1.3).- Where, in a n action
bv a receiver of a bank against its former president, to recoxer an ovenlraft, derVndant.
cfaimed a.s an offset misappropriation of a cerHticate of deposit by the receiver, but
there was no suincienl evidence that ihe certificate belonged to defendant, he, having
submitted his claim to the court, was not entitled as of right to withdraw rhe ssune iii
order that he might relitigate the matter iji another case. (lb.^
PREFERENCES OF IXSOLVLXCY- FRIOUTTY OF CLAIMS OF rtTATK.'

Stated Prerogative* of aorfiu ignty-- Priority of public debts (U. A1. 7). C.f Z,9/-V).-—
Montana in adopting, "by Revised Code?, Montana, Feet ions 3552, 8060, the common
law of England, where not excluded by or inconsistent with constitiitioiial or statutory'
enactmeniH, adopted the crown's prerogative with respect to public debts, and rhe
State as Hovereijpt is entitled to priority of payment over private creditors of the *ar.ie
debtor. (American Bonding Co". /'. Reynolds, 20:5 Fed. Hep., 356'.)''
States—Priority of claims • Receivership ( C. S. />. C, 1913),—The prerogative right
of a Slate as a creditor to priority oC payment from the assets of a hanking corporation
is not affected by the fact that a receiver has been appointed for the corporation in a
suit brought by "the State under statutory authority, since the receivership does uot
change the title lo the property, but merely places it in the custody of the law for
the protect ion of all interested parties, (ib.)
Subrogation- Surety - Payment of debt to State (F. .V. />. if1., 191$).—A surety w;ho
has paid a debt due to a State for which the State as sovereign was entitled to priority
of payment from the property of the principal debtor is subrogated to such right. (Ib.)
L i q r IDATIOX.
Distribution of surplus Mights of shareholder (A'. Y\ Sup., 1912).-- Under national
banking act (Rev. Stat., nw\ 5139),.a retention of shares of stoc^k without a transfer
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him as a stockholder and subject him to any liability for unpaid amount for surplus
and organization on the shares. (Jones v. Beaver Nat. Bank, 134 N. Y. Sup., 776.)
Distribution of surplus—Rights of shareholder (N. Y. Sup., 191/).—Knowledge by a
purchaser of bank stock that shares wrongfully issued to him were for the purpose of
deceiving the Comptroller of the Currency would not preclude him from recovering
the amount of a return dividend on capital, declared in voluntary liquidation on the
stock which should have been issued to him. (Ib.)
OFFSETS.
Partial failure of consideration—Set-off (U. S. C. C. A., 1912). — A national bank
owning an equity in certain real estate, a corporation was organized to take over the
eame, which executed bonds to the amount of $85,000 and delivered the same to the
bank to represent such equity. The Comptroller of the Currency required that the
investment be reduced by a sale of $40,000 of the bonds, whereupon the bank's cashier
eold $65OOO par value to defendant for $5,000, taking his note, secured by the bonds,
as collateral therefor. This was objected to as a makeshift by the bank examiner,
who then insisted that the* transaction be rescinded, that the bonds be restored to
the assets of the bank, and that the directors guarantee payment of $20,000 of the
Bum represented by them. This was carried out, and defendant's note withdrawn
from the bank's assets by the cashier and placed in his personal desk, but was never
surrendered to defendant, and on failure of the bank it passed into the hands of plaintiff,
its receiver, who brought suit thereon, after having sold the equity in the real estate
represented by the bonds held by the bank, without notice to defendant, and without
recognizing his interest therein. Held that, since it was not within the power of the
Comptroller, his receiver, the directors, or all of them, to have deprived the bank of
any advantage it had fairly obtained by a sale of the bonds, especially as it affected
their own liability, the rescisson was invalid, and that the most that defendant was
entitled to in an action at law was a set-off of an amount equal to the value of his
interest in the equity, on the theory of partial failure of consideration for the note.
(Clark v. Tillinghast,"201 Fed. Rep., 77.)
OFFICERS.
BONDS OF OFFICERS.

Sureties only liable for termfor .which bond was given ( U. S, C. C. A., 1912).—-When
the term of the president has been fixed, sureties on the bond to answer for the breaches
of duty of a president during his legal term are not liable for his breaches under a sub'
sequent appointment after the expiration of his term current when their bond was
given. (Rankin v. Tygard, 198 Fed. Rep., 795.)
Principal and surety—National bank—Officers—Release of sureties (U. S. C. C. A.,
1912).—An immaterial alteration of the contract of sureties without their knowledge
after they have signed, an alteration which neither changes the legal identity of the
contract nor the liabilities of the parties to it, dpes not release the sureties.
After a bond to indemnify a national bank against the delinquencies of its president,
which recited in its first line that he Was the principal, had been signed by the president over the word "principal" and by the first surety below that word, and over
the word "securities/ 7 the principal inserted the name of the'surety before the word
"principal" in the first line of the bond. While it was in that condition, two other
sureties signed below the signature of the first surety and above the word "securities,"
and thereafter the name of the first surety was erased where it had been inserted in
the first line of the bond before the word "principal." Held, these alterations were
immaterialand did not release the sureties. (Ib.)
Alteration ofinstruments— Mater iality—Presumption and"burden of proof { U. S. C. C.
A.y 1912).-—The legal presumption is that an alteration apparent on the face of a
written instrument wras made before its execution, and is therefore immaterial, and
the burden is not on the party who offers the instrument in evidence to explain the
alteration, but it is on him who assails the instrument to prove that the alteration was
made after its execution, and that it is material. (Ib.)
Liabilities on bonds ( U. S. C. C. A.r 1912).—A bond to a bank was conditioned to
take effect commencing on the date of its approval by proper authority.
Held, its approval by all the directors of the bank, though not by a majority thereof
at a meeting of the board, its receipt, and preservation by ah officer of the bank was
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Election of remedies—Finality of election—Mistake as to remedies (U. 8. C. €. A.,
1912).—Where a wron^ has been inflicted, and the victim is doubtlul which of two
inconsistent remedies is the right one, he may pursue both until he recovers through,
one. His prosecution of the wrong remedy to a judgment of defeat will not, in the
absence of facts creating an equitable estoppel, bar him from subsequently pursuing
the right remedy to victory. It was no defense to the action on the bond on the theory
that the principal had made a note of $3,000, without authority from the H. Company
that the receiver sued the II. Company on the note on the theory that the principal had
authority to make it. He could lawfully pursue each remedy until the loss of the
bank was restored. (Ib.)
POWERS OF AND REPRESENTATION OF BANK BY OFFICERS.
Term of president {IT. S. C. C. A., 1912).—Subject to the free exercise by its board of
directors of its power to remove him at its pleasure, a national bank may fix the term
of omce of its president or other officer, though during that term he is subject to recall
by the board under section 5136, United States Revised Statutes. (Rankin v. Tygard,
198 Fed Rep., 795.)
Provision requiring two-thirds voteof board to remove ultra vires (U. 3. C. 0. A., 1912),—
A national bank provided by its articles of association and by-laws that its board of
directors should elect one of its members president of the association who should hold
his office, unless sooner removed by a two-thirds vote of all the members of the board,
for the term for which he was elected a director. Held, if the restriction of the power
of removal to a two-thirds vote was ultra vires and void under section 5136, United
States Revised Statutes, the other terms of the provision were valid. (Ib.)
Act of president—Breach of duty (U. S. C. C. A,, 1912).—The act of the president ol a
national bank in making a note of a corporation by himself as treasurer, crediting the
corporation with the amount, paying the corporation and another sums of money
thereon, was his act as its president and a breach of hia official duty. (Rankin v.
Tygard, 198 Fed. Rep., 795.)
Authority of president (U. S. C. C. A., 1912).—Where the board of directors of a national bank expressly authorized, or for a reasonable time permitted, the president
to participate in the actual management of its daily business affairs, his authority to
discount commercial paper and to do other acts within the authority of ministerial
officers is ample. (Rankin v. Tygard, 198 Fed. Rep., 795.)
Purchase of stock in national bankw-False representations—Rescission—Bill (U. S. C.
•C A., 1913).—Complainant alleged that in May, 1908, he bought certain shares in a
national bank on representations made to him by its officers with reference to its
financial condition, and that the representations were known to be false by such
officers when made, and that they were made with intent to deceive complainant and
induce him to purchase, that he was ignorant of the bank's affairs, and bought the
shares because he believed the representations and relied on them, and that the stock
was represented to be stock not yet originally issued, but was in fact stock then owned
by the vice president of the bank. The bank suspended in March, 1911, and an
assessment of $100 a share having been levied by the Comptroller of the Currency,
the receiver sued complainant for his proportion of the assessment, which, action complainant ©ought to have perpetually enjoined. Held, that the "bank's failure before
complainant discovered the fraud was no reason why the suit to rescind could not be
brought against the bank, though it made it necessary to add the receiver as a party
defendant, and that the bill was not demurrable. (Ryan v. Mt. Vernon National
Bank et &L, 206 Fed. Rep., 452.)
When b&nhmtopptd to deny liability for president's action (U. S. B. C, 1913).—A bank
having received the entire benefit of a loan obtained for it by its president on his
personal responsibility, Held, estopped to deny the president's authority so to act.
(Kendrick State Bank v. First National Bank, 206 Fed. Rep., 940.)
Right of creditor bank do set of note given by bank's creditor against debtor hank's
deposit (U.B.D. C.,1913).—A note executed by a bank president individually to
defendant bank to obtain fiiads, which were used entirely for the benefit of the president's institution, Held, an indebtedness of the bank, and not of the president, so that,
on the bank's insolvency, the creditor bank was entitled to set oil the note against the
debtor bank's deposit and recover the balance. (Ifo.)
(U. S. D. C, 1913).—That a loan by defendant bank to the K. bank was evidenced
by a note of the K. bank's president to withhold a full statement of the latter'a bank
liabilities from the bank commissioner was no objection to the right of defendant bank
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OFFICERS, CRIMINAL LIABILITY OF.
FALSE ENTRIES.

False entries in reports to Comptroller—Unfilled blanks (U. S. D. C, 1913). The
term "false entries," as used in Revised Statutes, section 5209 (U. S. Comp. St., 1901,
p. 3497), making it an offense for an officer of a national banking association to make
false entries in reports to the Comptroller of the Currency, means untrue statements
of items of account by written words, figures, or marks made therein, and was not
satisfied by a mere unfilled blank in such report,viz, "Notes and bills rediscounted,
, " when in fact the bank had rediscounted $5,000 worth of its paper. (United
States v. Herrig, 204 Fed. Rep., 124.)
False entries—Only those persons who knowingly make false entries chargeable and not
an officer of the bank who verifies the report (U. S. I). C., 1913).—Under Revised Statutes,
section 5209 (U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 3497), making it an offense for a person knowingly to make false entries in reports of the condition of national banks to the Comptroller of the Currency, only those persons who knowingly make the false entries are
chargeable, and not an officer of the bank, who verifies the bank's report containing
a false entry for which he was not responsible. (Ib.)
Aiding and abetting—"Every person7' (U, S. C. 0. A., 1913).—Revised Statutes, section 5209 (U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 3407), denounces a penalty against every president,
cashier, teller, clerk, or agent of a national bank who shall falsify reports to the Comptroller of the Currency and every person who, with like intent, aids or abets any
officer, clerk, or agent in any violation of such action. Held, that the words "any
person " as so used were not limited to persons not connected with the banking association, but included officers and agents of the bank itself, so that the president of a
national bank could be properly convicted of aiding the cashier in committing the
offense described. (Kettenbach et al. v. United States, 202 Fed. Rep., 377.)
INDICTMENT.

Indictment—Presentment—Sufficiency of (IT. S. Sup., 1912).—An indictment duly
found by the Federal grand jury, while in session in a room adjoining the court room with
a door opening into the court room, and which is presented in the manner prescribed
by the law of the State to the presiding judge in open court while the jurors are stiU
in session and able to see the actions of the foreman, is not void because the grand jury
did not in a body accompany the foreman into the court room. (Breese v. United
States, 226 U. S. Rep., 1.)
Indictment—Presentment—Objection to sufficiency of (U. S. Sup., 1912).—An objection that an indictment was not, under such circumstances, duly presented and publicly delivered, should be taken at the first opportunity and is lost by failure to do so;
nor is it saved by permission given, when pleading not guilty, to take advantage upon
motion in arrest of judgment of all matters that can be availed of on motion to quash
or demurrer. (Ib,)
Indictment—Objections to—Effect of 1025 Revised Statutes (U. S. Sup,, 1912).—Section 1025, Revised Statutes, indicates a policy that technical objections to an indictment not presented at the first opportunity are waived and should be construed aa
extending to the objection raised in this case, the same not being based on a constitutional right. (Ib.)
Pleading—Effect of order saving rights (U. S. Sup., *912).—An order of the court
saving rights to one pleading to an indictment does not create new rights. (Ib.)
Trial—Indictments—Consolidation (U. S. C. 0. A., 1913).—Where indictments and
all the counts thereof charged accused as president of a specified national bank with
acts of the same character and degree of offense, constituting an alleged violation of
the national banking act, an order consolidating the indictments for trial and the trial
of the same as one case was authorized by Revised Statutes, section 1024. (Norton
v. United States, 205 Fed. Rep., 593.)
National banks—-Officers—Offenses—• Misappropriation—Indictment (U. S. 0. 0. A.,
1913).—A count in an indictment against the president of a national bank charged
Mm with misappropriating the property of the bank, to wit, a draft drawn by H, on
a specified trust company of the value of $27,125. Held, that since the test of the
offense is whether the misappropriation was made by accused with intent to injure
the bank, the count was not defective for failure to charge that the bank sustained a
loss by the transaction. (Ib.)
I?idictment and information—Duplicity (U.S. .0. C. A., 1913).—Where a count in an
indictment against the president of a national bank charged misappropriation of the
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dered duplicitous because when the draft was drawn there was substituted in its
place three separate notes aggregating the same amount, alleged to be fictitious and
worthless, on the theory that because the notes were used as substitutes for the draft
three offenses were committed. (Ib.)
Indictment and information—Bank officers—Duplicity (U. S. C. C. A., 1913).—A
count in an indictment against a national bank president charged misapplication of
the funds by means of moneys and credits withdrawn in the form of cash exchange in
the sum and value of $9,000, by means of a check drawn by the B. State bank on the
national bank in the sum of $9,000, the State bank having no credit with the national
bank, which gave therefor four drafts payable to the customers of the State bank,
one for $3,000 and three for $2,000 each. Held, that the misapplication charged was
the payment of the draft for $9,000 by means of the national bank's drafts and not
the ultimate payment of the latter drafts;" and hence the count was not duplicitous.
(Ib.)
Officers—Offenses—False entries (U. S. C. 0. A., 1913).—An indictment against a
national bank president charged the making of a false entry in the ledger of the bank
by debiting the account of the F. bank with $25,000. It further charged that, by
such transaction, the account of the F. bank was reduced by such amount. Held,
that such indictment was not demurrable in that an entry of $25,000 on the debit
side of the account did not indicate that that amount had been received by the national bank as alleged, since, if the sum had been received, the entry would have
been in the credit column, for as the sum was taken from the F. bank's credit, it constituted a false entry unless it was paid out on a check or draft of the F. bank. (Ib.)
False entry in report to Comptroller of Currency—Indictment—Sufficiency (U. S. C. C.
A., 1912).—An indictment alleging that accused made a false entry in a report to the
Comptroller of the Currency of the condition of a national bank at the close of business on a designated date, and that the report showed that the balance due to the
bank from another bank on that date was $21,007.97, when in truth and in fact the
balance was only $14,895.97, sufficiently charges a violation of Revised Statutes, section
5209, punishing the making of false reports, when attacked by motion in arrest. (Phillips v. United States, 201 Fed. Rep., 259.)
u
False entry'1 in report to Comptroller of Currency—Indictment—Issues, proof, and
variance (U. IS. C. C. A., 1912).—The variance between an indictment alleging that
accused made a false entry in a report to the Comptroller of the Currency of the condition of a national bank, so as to show the balance due the bank from another bank
as $21,007.97, when in truth and in fact the balance was only $14,895.97, and the proof
that the true balance due was $14,947.68, is immaterial; the gist of the offense being the
making of a i' false entry ? ' knowingly and with intent to deceive, and the exact amount
of the balance stated to be due not being material. (Ib.)
GRAND JURY.

Grand jury—Jurors—Qualifications—Taxpayers (U. S. C. C. A., 1913).^—Code N. C ,
section 1722, provides that the commissioners for the several counties, at their regular
meeting on the first Monday of June in each year, shall cause their clerks to lay before
them the tax returns for the preceding year for their county, from which the commissioners shall select the names of such persons only as have paid tax for the preceding
year and are of good moral character and of sufficient intelligence to act as jurors:
Held, that the absence from the list of taxpayers of the name of a grand juror, and the
consequent nonpayment of ta"xes, did not, of itself, disqualify the juror if it did not
appear that his name should have been on the list. (Breese et al v. United States^
203 Fed. Rep., 824.)
\
Grand jury—Qualification of jurors—Taxpayer—Evidence—^Findings (U. S. 0. 0. A.j
1913).—On an issue as to whether the name of a grand juror should have been on the
tax list, evidence held to warrant a finding that he had no property subject to taxation in the preceding year. (Ib.)
Indictment and information—Drawing grand jury—Venire facias—Issuance (U. S, (X
€. A., 1913).—Revised Statutes, section 810 (U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 627), providing that no grand jury shall be summoned unless the, judge orders a venire to issue
therefor, was intended only to prevent the expense of having a grand jury unnecessarily summoned; and hence, where an order is entered requiring the clerk arid jury
commissioner to draw jurors for service at the succeeding term, an indictmenf found
by a grand jury at such succeeding term was not defective because there was no order
of the court in terms directing that a writ of venire facias issue therefor. (Ib.)
Indictment and information—Return—Entry (U. S. CO, A., 1913). —An entry of
the return of an indictment properly entitled, and reciting that an indictment for
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true bill," with the name of the foreman of the grand jury, and that the cause was
ordered transferred to another city, to be tried at the next term of court to be held
on the first Monday of November next, etc., while incomplete and informal the defect
was one of form only, and the indictment was therefore not fatally defective on the
ground that no record entry was made of its return. (Ib.)
EVIDENCE.

Offenses of officers—False entries (U. S. 0. 0. A., 1913).—In a prosecution of a national
bank president for making a false entry in the bank's books relative to the alleged
withdrawal of $25,000, charged against the account of another bank, evidence held to
justify the jury in finding that the entry was false and that it had not been authorized
by the president of the bank against the account of which the amount was charged.
(Norton v. United States, 205 Fed. Rep., 593.)
Weight of evidence—Duty to credit (U. S. C. C. A., 1913.—The rule that positive,
uncontradicted testimony as to a particular fact should control the decision does not
apply if the testimony is inherently improbable or the witness is contradicted by
physical facts or omissions, or his manner of testifying raises doubts as to his sincerity.
(Ib.)
Funds—Misappropriation—Loss (U. S. C. C. A., 1913).—-Where a national bank
president misappropriated funds of the bank, the criminal character of the transactions was to be determined from the facts existing when they occurred, and if they
were then criminal they did not lose their criminal character by the fact that he subsequently made good to the bank the amount so misappropriated. (Ib.)
False entry in report to Comptroller of Currency of condition of national bank—Criminal prosecution—Evidence—Admissibility (U. S. C. C. A., 1912).—-On a trial for having made on September 4, 1906, a false entry in a report to the Comptroller of the
Currency of the condition of a national bank at the close of business on that date, so
as to falsely show the balance due it from another bank, the admission of evidence
that accused in October following admitted a shortage in his accounts, and that he
thought that most of it was in the account of such bank, to throw light on the question as to whether accused knowingly made the false entry, was not erroneous. (Phillips v. United States, 201 Fed. Rep., 259.)
Evidence—Private records (U. S. C. C. A., 1912).—On a trial for making a false entry
in a report to the Comptroller of the Currency of the condition of a national bank by
showing a false balance due the bank from another bank, the books of the latter bank
are inadmissible in evidence, in absence of the testimony of some person who either
has some knowledge of the correctness of the entries made in the books, or some knowledge of the original transaction on which the entries were founded; and the mere
fact that the laws of the United States make it a crime to make false entries in the
books of a national bank does not make the books prima facie evidence of their contents, simply on their being identified as bank books, but their admissibility is determined by the rule governing the admission of entries in private books of account.
(Ib.)
Evidence—Condition of books of account—Expert testimony (U. S. C. C. A., 1912).—
Expert testimony of a summary of books of account and documents is admissible,
where the items are multifarious and voluminous, and of a character to render it
difficult for the jury to comprehend material facts; but, before such expert testimony
may be given, the books or documents must be public records, or if private books of
account or documents, sufficient evidence must first be given to admit the books or
documents themselves in evidence, unless the books or documents are admitted to
be correct. (Ib.)
Evidence—Other offenses—Similar transactions-—-Intent (U. S. C. C. A., 1913).—In a
prosecution of national bank officers for falsifying reports to the comptroller, etc.,
evidence of the making of a series of false reports as to the bank's condition to the
Comptroller of the Currency, beginning seven years prior to the dates of the reports
which were counted on in the indictments, showing a uniform system of falsification
similar to the falsification of the reports charged in the indictment, was admissible
to show motive or intent. (Kettenbach et al. v. United States, 202 Fed. Rep., 377.)
Evidence—Other offenses—Time (U. S. C. C. A., 1913).—No limit is placed on the
court's power to admit evidence of a series of prior similar transactions committed by
the accused in the ordinary course of his business to show motive or intent, but the
period of time within which such matter may be competent is a matter largely within
the discre tion of the trial court. (Ib.)
Evidence—Other offenses—Limitations—Bequest (U. S. C. C. A., 1913).—Where
alleged evidence of an offense other than that charged in the indictment in part
related directly to and tended to support the offense charged, defendants were, at
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most, entitled to the granting of an instruction, if requested, limiting the effect of
the evidence. (Breese et al. v. United States, 203 Fed. Rep., 824.)
Evidence—Other offenses—Intent (U. S. 0. C. A., 1913).—In a prosecution of defendants for conspiracy to embezzle and misapply the funds and credits of a national
bank, evidence that defendant D., who was treasurer of a church, procured two notes,
for $5,000 each, of a series representing a loan secured by a deed of trust (which in
fact had not been made), and after placing the notes in the possession of the bank used
them as collateral for a discount for the benefit of the bank, was admissible to show
fraudulent intent, though it was separate and apart from the offense charged in the
indictment. (Ib.)
LIMITATIONS.

Criminal law—Limitations—Overt acts—Conspiracy (U. S. C. C. A., 1913).—Where
a conspiracy was formed to embezzle and misapply the funds and credits of a national
bank more than three years prior to the indictment, but the offense charged involved
overt acts committed within the three-year period, the offense was not barred by
limitations. (Breese et al. v. United States, 203 Fed. Rep., 824.)
TRIAL,
CONSOLIDATION OF INDICTMENTS.

Trial—Consolidation of indictments—Right to object (U. S. C. C. A., 1913).—Where
defendants, charged with falsifying reports to the Comptroller of the Currency, applied
for a severance as to them from^ charges against other defendants, and that all of the
indictments involving the applicants be consolidated and tried at the same time, as
authorized by Revised Statutes, section 1024, they could not object after conviction
that the court erred in consolidating their indictments for trial. (Kettenbach et al.
v. United States, 202 Fed. Rep., 377.)
Jury—Indictments—Consolidation—Peremptory challenges (U. S. C. C. A., 1913).—
Where indictments against two defendants for violating the National Bank Act
were consolidated on their application, the consolidated indictments became in
legal effect separate counts of a single indictment, and the defendants were therefore
only entitled to 10 peremptory challenges, as in the case of a trial under a single
indictment. (Ib.)
Indictment and information—Requisites—Certainty—Bill of particulars (U. S. C. C.
A., 1913).—Where an indictment against national-bank officers for falsifying reports
to the Comptroller of the Currency specificially referred to the entries which were
alleged to be false, it was not an abuse of the trial court's discretion to deny an application for a bill of particulars calling for the production of practically all the Government's evidence to sustain the charge and for items from the bank's books; no
affidavit or other showing being made to support the application or show that defendants could not have access to the books, etc. (Ib.)
STATEMENTS BY JUDGE.

Appeal—Objections and exceptions—Necessity (U. S. C. C. A., 1913).—Improper
remarks, alleged to haye been made by the trial judge during the progress of the trial
in the presence of the jury can not be reviewed where no objection or exception was
taken thereto at the trial. (Kettenbach et al. v. United States, 202 U. S., 377.)
Trial—Statements by court (U. S.C. C. A., 1913).—Where, on the trial of bank officers
for falsifying reports to the Comptroller of the Currency, the repprt was blank as to
an item of indebtedness to trust companies and savings banks, it was not error for
the court to remark, "The report shows blank, and that is reporting nothing as a
matter of fact;" it being the court's duty to state the legal effect of leaving a blank
unfilled in such a report. (Ib.)
Witnesses—Federal court—Practice (U. S. C. C. A., 1913).—A trial judge in a Federal court is not a mere presiding officer, it being his function to conduct the trial
in an orderly way? with a view to elicit the truth and attain justice between the
parties, and he being authorized to interrogate witnesses, and to express his opinion
on the weight of the evidence and on the credibility of the witnesses. (Ib.)
Witnesses—Cross-examination—Scope (U. S. C. C. A., 1913).—It was not^error to
exclude questions asked of a witness on cross-examination which were not within the
scope of his direct examination, and which were not relevant to the issues in the case.
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EXAMINATION OF WITNESSES.

Witnesses-—Cross-examination of accused (U. S. C. C. A.-, 1913).—Where, in a prosecution of a national-bank president for violation of the national banking act, accused
had testified in his direct examination that certain notes executed to a trust company had been paid in full with interest, and one of the indictments charged that the
notes had never been paid, it was proper to permit the Government to cross-examine
accused fully as to the transaction by which a credit was obtained with the trust company to take up the notes. (Norton v. United States, 205 Fed. Rep., 593.)
INSTRUCTIONS TO JURY.

Trial—Request to charge—Instructions given (U. S. C. C. A., 1913).—It is not error to
refuse requests to charge substantially covered by instructions given. (Kettenbach
et al. v. United States, 202 U. S., 377.)
(U. S. C. C. A., 1913).—In a prosecution of national-bank officers for making false
reports to the Comptroller of the Currency, the court properly charged that defendants might be convicted on proof that the false reports were made in pursuance of a
previous arrangement between the clerk who made them and the defendants who
instigated them, the statute being applicable to counseling and procuring in advance
of the act, and refused to charge that in order to convict it must be proved beyond
a reasonable doubt that defendants directed the specific reports complained of in the
indictment or made such reports themselves as such request assumed that defendants could be convicted only on proof that they made the reports, or stood by and
directed that the specific reports be made by another. (Ib.)
SENTENCE.

Conviction—Sentence—Different offenses—Operation concurrently (U. S. C. C. A.,
1913).—A national-bank president, having been convicted under three indictments,
was sentenced on one of the counts to a term of imprisonment without the imposition
of a fine, to run concurrently with the sentence on the counts of the other two indictments. Held, that such sentence was in legal effect a single judgment and sentence,
and being supported by the other two indictments, it was immaterial that the evidence
did not support a conviction on the third. (Norton v. United States, 205 Fed. Hep.,
593.)
APPEAL.

Conspiracy—Persons liable—Conviction of less than all (U. S. C. C. A., 1913).—Where
three persons were charged with conspiracy to embezzle and misapply the funds and
credits of a national bank, and the proof was sufficient to convict two of them, but
not the third, the charges against him would be treated as surplusage, and the conviction of the others sustained. (Breese et al. v. United States, 203 Fed. Rep., 824.)
Appeal—Findings—Review (U. S. C. C. A., 1913).—A finding of fact by the trial
judge will not be reversed on appeal, unless it is plainly wrong. (Ib. Breese et al.
v. United States, 203 Fed. Rep., 824.)
New trial—Denial—Review (U. S. C. C. A., 1913).—Denial of a motion for a new trial
in a criminal case is not reviewable on writ of error. (Kettenbach et al. v. United
States, 202 Fed. Rep., 377.)
POWERS.

Loans on security of bank's own stock—Validity (U. S. C. C. A., 1913).—The acceptance by a national bank of a pledge of its own stock to secure a loan, although in violation of Revised Statutes, section 5201 (U. S. Comp. St., 1901, p. 3494), is valid,
except as against the United States, after the pledge has been executed by a sale.
(First National Bank of Lake Charles v. Lanz, 202 Fed. Rep., 117.)




TABLES ACCOMPANYING THE REPORT.

TABLE NO. 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.

»tato.

COMPTROLLERS OF THE CURRENCY.

Hugh McCullocli
Freeman Clarke
Hiland R. Hulburd
John Jay Knox
Henry W. Cannon
William L. Trenholm
Edward S. Lacey
A. Barton Hepburn
James H. Eckels
Charles G. Dawes
William Barret Ridgely
Lawrence O. Murray

May 9,1863
Mar. 21,1865
Feb. 1,1867
Apr. 25,1872
M a y 12,1884
Apr. 20,1886
May 1,1889
Aug. 2,1892
Apr. 26,1893
Jan. 1,1898
Oct. 1,1901
Apr. 28,1908

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

8,1865 Indiana.
24,1866 New York.
3,1872 Ohio.
30,1884 Minnesota.
1,1886
Do.
30,1889 South Carolina.
30,1892 Michigan.
25,1893 New York.
31,1897 Illinois.
30,1901
Do.
28,1908
Do.
27,1913 New York.

DEPUTY COMPTROLLERS OF THE CURRENCY.

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

May
Aug.
Mar.
Aug.
Jan.
Jan.
Aug.
Apr.
Mar.
Sept.
June
July
1

9,1863
1,1865
12,1867
8,1872
5,1886
27,1887
11,1890
7,1893
12,1896
1,1898
29,1899
1,1908

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

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

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

Term expired.

TABLE NO. 2.—Names and compensation of officers and clerks in the office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Oct. 31, 1913.
Name.
Thomas P. Kane
Willis J. Fowler .
Charles A. Stewart
Edmund E. Schreiner
Edmund F. Quinn
Watson W. Eldridge
Stephen L Newnham
Willard E. Buell
William A. Nestler
Frederick R. Steffens
Oilver W. Birckhead
Oscar A. Carlson
William S. Davenport
Frank T. Israel
Willis B. Speare
Adelia M. Stewart
Ephraim S. Wilcox.
Arthur M. Wheeler
Carrie L. Pennock
Antoinette Avery
Harriett M. Black
Henry B. Davenport..
Susan N. Dutrow




Grade.

Salary.

Deputy comptroller
.do
Chief clerk
Superintendent
Chief of division
do....
do
. .
Teller
Bookkeeper
Assistant bookkeeper
Clerk, class 4
do
do
do
do
.do
.do .
do
:
Clerk, class 3 and bond clerk
Stenographer
Clerk, class 3
do
do
1
Includes $200 additional as bond clerk.

13,500
3,000
2,500
2,500
2,500
2,200
2,200
2,000
2,000
2,000
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1
1,800
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600

*

.

101

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

TABLE NO. 2.— Names and compensation of officers and clerks in the office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Oct. 31, 1913—Continued.
Grade.

Name.
William E. Hall
Bruce E. Hutchinson
Morris M. Ogden
John W. Snapp
Julia A. Snelf.
Robert R. Spencer
Warren E . Sullivan
George Thompson
William Tucker
Eveline C. Bates
Hervie A. Dobson
Harrie B . Ellis
Sarah F . Fitzgerald
Thomas D. Gannaway
Clyde E . Gross
William A. Kelly
Tunis Hicks
Eliza R. Hyde
John O. Lewis
Charles T. Maxey
John J. McDonnell
Carrie B . Pumphrey
Matthew E. Ruddy
Eliza A. Saunders
Margaretta L. Simpson
Paul Wagner
Mary E. Bates
George T. Barksdale
Carl Bock
John C. Bulger
Russell O. Burton
Louisa Campbell
Ellen Carey
Ira 1. Chorpenning
Sidney B . Congdon
Mary L. Conrad
Irene Elliott
James R. Facer
James A. Frazier
Thomas E . Harris
Reginald M. Hodgson
Herman Hunt
Edna E . Johnston
Alice M. Kennedy
Isaac B . Lazarus
Mary A. Martin
Daniel H. Mason
Moses Off enburg
Vera L. O'Mara
Walter J. Owens
Frank H . Perry
Marian Radcliffe
Jason P . Stiles
Clara L. Willard
Percival E. Wilson
George H. Wood
John P . Yeatman
Elida M. Carman
George M. Cook
Walter L . E d d y
Chester K. Gould
Julian R. Hohenstein
Kate Kavanaugh
Ray F . Leen
Arthur M. McFadden
Clara M. Murphy
Wade H . Osburn
Lizzie S. Robinson
Henry E . Smith
Emma W. Stokes
Gordon C. True
John R. Vose
Thomas P . Wilgus
Jacob L. Bright
Jane Bailey
Walter K. Durnbaugh
Margaret A. Fallon
Frank Fraser
William G. Jamieson
Anna E. Jones

*




:

Clerk, class 3.
do
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
do
Clerk, class 2 . .
do
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
Clerk, class 1.
do
do
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
....do
Clerk, class E .
do
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
do
*
do
Engineer
Clerk, class D .
do
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.

Salary.

$1,600
1,600
1.600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,400
1, 400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
i.400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,200
1.200
1,200
1,200
1,200
X 200
1,200
1,200
1.200
1,200
1,200
1,200
1,200
1,200
1,200
1,200
1,200
1,200
1,200
1,200
1,200
i,200
1,200
1,200
1.200
1.200
1.200
1,200
1,200
1,200
1,200
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
900
900
900
900
900
900

EEPOBT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

103

TABLE NO. 2.—Names and compensation of officers and clerks in the office of the Comp~
troller of the Currency, Oct. 31, 1913—Continued.
Name.
Alfred W. Judson
Tonina Korhammer
Augusta Pratt
Agnes O. Tansill
Fred A. Wolff
Callie Wood
Gertrude I. Barry
Emma Brodie
Lena M. Brown
Delia J. Burlingame
Mary A. Cross
Annie L. Elmore
Jane A. Fowler
Minna K. Friedrichs
Mary E. Goodall
Alice A. Hagerty
Clara E. Hamacher
Maggie T. Hanlon
Cassie C. Harrigan
Clara L. Jaques
Margaret E. Jones
Harriet P . Lowell
Frank P . Serrin
Lillie M. Stanowsky
Thomas F . Randall
Claude Boor
William B . Carroll
John Dillard
George Kelly
Malcolm Phillips
Harry E. Simms
William Easterday
Sarah A. Barnard
Agnes C. Breen
Alice A. Brittain
Nathan H. Bryant
Thomas W. Soders
James Thompson, jr
Alvin E. Doherty
Robert M. Fahrney
Emmet V. Pomeroy
Ida Sampson
Sadie A. Wright

ary.

Grade.
Clerk, class D .
.do
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do
Clerk counter
.do
..do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
..do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do
Messenger
Assistant messenger,
do
.do.
.do.
.do.
do...
do...
Counter.
do...
.....do...
Laborer.
....do...
....do
Messenger boy.
do
do
Charwoman.
....do

.,

$900
900
900
900
900
900
840
840
840
840
840
840
840
840
840
840
840
840
840
840
840
840
840
840
840
720
720
720
720
720
720
720
700
700
700

660
360
360
360
240
240

TABLE NO. 3.—Expenses of the Office of Comptroller of the Currency for the year ended
June 30, 1913.
For special dies, plates, printing, etc
$552,279.20
For salaries
139,913.44
For salaries reimbursed by national banks
41,623.72
Total expenses of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency from its organization, May,
1863, to June 30, 1913
14,736,080.97

The contingent expenses of the bureau are not paid by the comptroller, but from
the general appropriation for contingent expenses of the Treasury Department, no
separate account of them being kept.
TABLE NO. 4.—Number of national banks organized since Feb. 25, 1863, number passed
out of the system, and number in operation Oct. 31, 1913.
Total number organized
Number passed into voluntary liquidation
Number passed into liquidation upon expiration of corporate existence
Number placed in charge of receivers i
Number passed out of the system
Number now in operation




2,249
188
506

10,457

2,943
7,514

i Exclusive of those restored to solvency.

104

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

TABLE NO. 5.—Number and authorized capital of national banks organized and the
number and capital of banks closed in each year ended Oct. 31 since the establishment of
the national banking system, with the yearly increase or decrease.
Closed.
Organized.
Year.

In voluntary
liquidation.

No.

1863..
1864.,
1865.
1866.
1867.
1868..
1869..
1870..
1871..
1872..
1873..
1874..
1875..
1876..
1877..
1878..
1879..
1880..
1881..
1882..
1883..
1884..
1885..
1886..
1887..
1890.
1891.
1892.
1893.
1894.
1895.
1896.
1897.
1898.
1899.
1900.
1901.
1902.
1903.
1904.
1905.
1906..
1907.
1908.
1909.
1910.
1911.
1912.
1913.

Capital.

No.

134
453
1,014
62
10
12
9
22
170
175
68
71
107
36
29
28
38
57
86
227
262
191
145
174
225
132
211
307
193
163
119
50
43
28
44
56
78
383
394
470
553
431
506
455
516
326
309
311
214
188
172

$16,378,700
79,366,950
242,542,982
8,515,150
4,260,300
1,210,000
1,500,000
2,736,000
19,519,000
18,988,000
7,602,700
6,745,500
12,104,000
3,189,800
2,589,000
2,775,000
3,595,000
6,374,170
9,651,050
30,038,300
28,654,350
16,042,230
16,938,000
21,358,000
30,546,000
12,053,000
21,240,000
36,250,000
20,700,000
15,285,000
11,230,000
5,285,000
4,890,000
3,245,000
4,420,000
9,665,000
16,470,000
19,960,000
21,554,500
31,130,000
34,333,500
21,019,300
33,532,500
21,413,500
34,967,000
22,823,000
22,830,000
30,760,000
12,840,000
16,080,000
10,175,000

3
6
4
12
18
17
14
11
11
21
20
38
32
26
41
33
9
26
78
40
30
85
25
25
34
41
50
41
53
46
79
49
37
70
69
64
43
39
71
72
65
121
81
84
80
149
113
98
83

Aggregate. 10,4571,087,3*71,482
Deduct decrease
N e t increase ...
Add for
banks
restored
to solvency.. .
Total net
increase.

Capital.

$330,000
650,000
2,160,000
2,445,500
3,372,710
2,550,000
1,450,000
2,180,500
3,524, 700
2,795,000
3,820,200
2,565,000
2,539,500
4,237,500
3,750,000
570,000
1,920,000
16,120,000
7,736,000
3,647,250
17,856,590
1,651,100
2,537,450
4,171,000
4,316,000
5,050,000
4,485,000
6,157,500
6,035,000
10,475,000
6,093,100
3,745,000
9,659,000
12,509,000
24,335,000
12,474,950
7,415,000
22,190,000
30,720,000
20,285,000
24,409,500
13,223,000
11,745,000
12,415,000
14,225,850
29,123,500
11,010,000
21,605,250
14,571,010

2,437 432,852,660

Net yearly
increase.
Insolvent.
No.

Capital.

No.

Capital.

134 $16,378,700
450 79,366,960
$50,000 1,007 242,162,982
56
500,000
7,365,150
1,170,000
930,300
410,000
50,000
250,000
7
159 18,069,000
158 15,001,400
1,806,100
36
3,825,000
253,000
48
250,000
3,700,500
64
1,000,000
7,283,800
965,000
3,344,000
2,612,500
1,230,000
700,000
45
5,104,170
60
7,731,050
1,561,300
146 12,357,000
250,000 220 20,668,350
150 11,109,980
1,285,000
600,000
56
650,000 141 19,056,900
1,550,000
192 26,458,550
1,900,000
90
5,982,000
250,000 168 16,674,000
750,000 248 30,450,000
3,622,000 127 12,593,000
2,450,000
93
6,677,500
10,935,000
2,770,000
5,235,020
3,805,000
5,851,500
1,200,000
2
850,000
5,685,050
1,800,000 334
344 12,379,500
1,760,000
8,490,000
450,000 397
133,500
3,480,000 469
1,535,000 346
363
7,088, 000
2,035,000
7,510,500
680,000 366
775,000 425 22,447,000
4,848, 000
5,560,000 222
768,500 151
7,835,650
192
875,000
761,500
113
275,000
1,555,000
97
1,100,000
4,350,000
89,120,920 7,770

644,107,982

281

Net yearly
decrease.

No.

Capital.

$1,645,500
1,922,710
64,000

340,200
3,294,500
4,075,000
1,385,000

1,518,590

5, 740,000
7,960,000
6,338,120
4, 405,000
11,090,500
4,044,000
8, 715,000

800,700

6,625,250
8,746,010

78,710,080

281 78,710,080

565,397,902

25

6,480,000

7,514 2571,877,902

1 Includes 25 banks restored to solvency.
2 The total authorized capital stock on Oct. 31 was $1,068,534,175; the paid-in capital, $1,068,326,773,
including the capital stock of liquidating and insolvent banks which have not deposited lawful money for
the retirement of their circulating notes.




REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

105

TABLE NO. 6.—Number of national banks organized, in liquidation, insolvent, and in
operation, with bonds on deposit, and circulation issued, redeemed, and outstanding on
Oct. 31, 1913.
Banks.
State or Territory.

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

New England
States
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia..

In
InIn
Organ- sol- liqui- operized. vent. datioi] ation,
HO
71
75
313
65
110
744

Middle States...
North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Western States..
Washington
Oregon
California
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
Arizona
Alaska
Pacific States...

101

93




$86,697,195
64,776,103
72,039,911
606,423,767
118,481,208
199,661,302

450 65,298,600 1,218,559,875 1,148,079,486

70,480,389

1,104,240,365 1,011,977,902
188,207,140 168,664,269
865,820,655 780,098,057
17,992,201
19,191,085
142,124,430 128,396,832
44,592,200
37,304,753

92,262,463
19,542,871
85,722,598
1,198,884
13,727,598
7,287,447

121

478 88,858,010
203 18,032,570
838 88,186,160
25 1,430,250
104 12,818,990
12 6,220,000

$6,701,765
5,600,842
4,656,179
33,574,708
5,733,317
14,213,578

354 1,660 215,545,980 2,364,175,875 2,144,434,01.4 219,741,861
15,023,510
9,101,150
6,885,360
4,816,250
12,240,500
5,994,750
9,014,750
3,115,300
5,897,500
37,552,430
3,160,520
16,673,300
11,199,500

94,339,240
59,385,300
45,000,250
33,918,685
71,512,780
27,186,380
52,264,740
17,505,510
44,356,780
181,618,110
14,096,870
130,532,165
67,744,640

473 1,523 140,674,820

839,461,450

694,166,132 145,295,318

45,489,230
25,916,120
43,470,180
10,844,700
12,960,570
12,909,010
18,534,980
27,865,300

383,453,560
179,144, 775
275,990,995
92,160,120
76,649,600
82,561,420
114,809,720
175,580,435

336,984,209
152,981,377
232,924,289
80,849,154
63,163,043
68,716,964
95,110,980
150,310,091

133
118
72
48
117
53
91
33
31
519
54
145
109

256
460
99
129
271
341
133

797
23
26
71
106
19
6
31
11
145

77,651,814
49,287,259
37,348,919
29,069,397
60,011,061
21,706,260
42,727,976
14; 608,678
38,451,546
143,331,762
11,102,514
112,587,657
56,281,289

16,687,426
10,098,041
7,651,331
4,849,288
11,501,719
5,480,120
9,536,764
2,896,832
5,905,234
38,286,348
2,994,356
17,944.508
11,463,351

46,469,351
26,163,398
43,066,706
11,310,966
13,486,557
13,844,456
19,698,740
25;270,344

197,990,090 1,380,350,625 1,181,040,107 199,310,518
17,578,560
146 3,940,040
15,521,090
104 3,334,300
65,731,180
241 12,978,530
64,471,970
213 10,000,000
59 3,353,950 ; 17,224,650
30 1,572,300 ! 8,290,020
48,400,020
126 9,132,260
10,358,640
40 1,747,750
45,450,130
10,312,990
327

13,691,404
12,146,643
52,483,542
53,870,809
14,061,076
6,825,285
39,221,544
8,659,150
34,564,248

3,887,156
3,374,447
13,247,638
10,601,161
3,163,574
1,464,735
9,178,476
1,699,490
10,885,882

43

56,372,120

293,026,260

235,523,701

57,502,559

76 7,522,600
84 6,505,510
258 44,515,550
55 2,813,500
23 3,342,000
10 1,584,510
13 1,007,460
25,000
2

116

33,142,240
26,028,280
189,671,080
10,058,050
16,318,310
6,708,150
4,588,000
255,430

25,702,645
19,319,673
144,871,475
7,341,212
13,085,349
4,781,458
3,646,600
214,950

7,439,595
6,708,607
44,799,605
2,716,838
3,232,961
1,926,692
941,400
40,480

521 67,316,130 I 286,769,540

218,963,362

67,806,178

438 1,286

146
105
294
65
31
15
18
2
676

$93,398,960
70,376,945
76,696,090
639,998,475
124,214,525
213,874,880

Outstanding.

262

183
97
122
99
60
56
99
81

183
141
332
355
89
38
166
56
480
1,840

Redeemed.

$6,168,250
56 5,686,500
49 4,512,500
178 30,199,000
20 4,964,500
78 13,767,850

24
20
18
9
20
8
27
14
24
198
9
60
42

591
368
603
214
195
335
455
226
2,987

Issued.

179
20
125
3
18

32

163
140
95
58
144
70
126
49
61
748
67
210
158

Southern States.
Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Iowa
Missouri

Circulation.

41
11
19
120
44
27

~~707
232
1,001
28
123
24

Eastern States... 2,115
Virginia
West Virginia
N orth Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee

United
States
bonds on
deposit.

112

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TABLE NO. 6.—Number of national banks organized, in liquidation, insolvent, and in
operation, with bonds on deposit, and circulation issued, redeemed, and outstanding on
Oct. SI, 1913—Continued.
Banks.
State or territory.

Organized.

Hawaii
Porto Rico

States
InIn
In
sol- liqui- oper- bonds on
deposit.
vent. dation. ation.

5
1

1

6

1

Outstanding.

Redeemed.

Issued.

10,457

5

1506

$316,250

5

316,250

$2,514,150
295,600

$2,322,303
247,600

2,809,750

2,569,903

239,847

6,385,153,375 5,624,776,705
3,390,900
3, 465,240

Island possessions
Total currency banks..
Add gold banks
United States

Circulation.

United

760,376,670
74,340

2,437 7,514 743,513,990 6,388,618,615 5,628,167,605

$191,847
48,000

2

760,451,010

1
Total number of receiverships, 531. Four banks failed for the second time, and 21 were restored to
solvency.
2
Includes notes redeemed but not destroyed.

TABLE NO. 7.—Number of national banks organized, in voluntary liquidation, insolvent,
and number and capital of associations in active operation on Jan. 1 of each year from
1864 to 1913.
Year.

1864.
1865.
1866.
1867.
1868.
1869.
1870.
1871.
1872.
1873.
1874.
1875.
1876.
1877.
1878.
1879.
1880.
1881.
1882.
1883.
1884.
1885.
1886.
1887.
1888.
1889.
1890.
1891.
1892.
1893.
1894.
1895.
1896.
1897.
1898.
1899.
1900.
1901.
1902.
1903.
1904.
1905.
1906.
1907.
1908
1909
1910
1911
1912
1913




Organized.

179
682
L,626
L,665
1,675
1,688
1,696
L,759
L912
21073
2,131
2,214
2,315
2,345
2,375
2,405
2,445
2,498
2,606
2,849
3,101
3,281
3,427
3,612
3,832
3,954
4,190
4,494
4,673
4,832
4,934
4,983
5,029
5,054
5,108
5', 165
5,240
5,662
6,074
6,566
7,081
7,541
8,027
8,489
8,979
9,302
9,622
9,913
10,119
10,305

In voluntary liquidation.

6
11
16
29

47
62

77

87
101
118
141
179
211
236
274
308
320
349
429
462
506
578
611
632
668
706
754
804
853
905
975
1,024
L,059
L, 144
L,207
1,261
L302
1,351
1,421
L,495
L565
1,686
1,759
1,841
1,932
2,084
2,193
2,285
2,373

Insolvent.

Number.

Capital.

179
$14,040,522
676
135,618,874
1
1,614
403,357,346
3
1,646
420,229,739
10
1,636
420,260,790
13
1,628
428,882,611
15
1,619
433,803,311
1,667
15
442,427,981
19
1,806
468,210,336
1,949
487,781,551
23
34
1,979
499,003,401
37
2,036
503,347,901
40
2,096
511,155,865
50
2,084
501,392,171
61
485,557,771
2,078
76
2,055
471,609,396
461,557,515
81 . 2,056
84
2,094
467,039,084
85
2,172
470,018,135
87
2,333
492,076,635
89
2,550
518,031,135
102
2,673
529,910,165
104
2,745
534,378,265
113
555,865,165
2,888
121
3,079
584,728,915
128
598,239,065
3,158
133
3,351
623,791,365
143
3,597
665,267,865
169
3,700
685,762,265
180
3,799
695,148,665
243
3,786
693,353,165
260
3,748
670,906,365
294
3,711
664,076,915
327
655,334,915
3,668
353
3,614
639,440,295
3,590
622,482,195
368
373
3,606
608,588,045
635,309,395
379
3,981
386
4,337
670,164,195
389
723,416,695
4,756
402
5,184
767,567,095
422
785,411,335
5,554
443
818,482,075
5,898
447
6,283
862,016,775
463
912,369,775
6,675
933,020,275
6,889
481
484
7,054
966,406,925
489
7,231 1,014,591,135
494
7,340 1,033,302,135
501
7,431 1,052,880,175

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107

TABLE N O . 8.—National banks chartered during the year ending Oct. 31, 1913.

10307
10336
10377
10421
10423
10441
10457

Farmers National Bank of Geneva.
City National Bank of Decatur
First National Bank of Fayette
Farmers and Merchants National Bank of Enterprise.
Central National Bank of New Decatur
First National Bank of Boaz
First National Bank of New Brockton
Total (7 banks).

$50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
30,000
45,000
425,000

ARKANSAS.

10406
10422
10434
10439
10447

First
First
First
First
First

National
National
National
National
National

Bank
Bank
Bank
Bank
Bank

of Berryville
of Green Forest.
of Morrilton
of Judsonia
of Horatio

50,000
25,000
50,000
30,000
25,000

Total (5 banks).

180,000
CALIFORNIA.

10292
10293
10299
10301
10309
10312
10324
10328
10352
10357
10362
10364
10372
10378
10387
10391
10396
10412
10427
10435
10453

First National Bank of Coachella
Selma National Bank, Selma
First National Bank of Yuba City
First National Bank of Ducor
First National Bank of Woodlake
Fowler National Bank. Fowler
First National Bank oi Mountain View
National Bank of Orosi
Farmers and Merchants National Bank of Merced.
National Bank of Bakersfield
Jamestown National Bank, Jamestown
First National Bank of Hardwick
First National Bank of Arcata
First National Bank of Orland
First National Bank of McFarland
United States National Bank of San Diego
First National Bank of Torrance
First National Bank of Tropico
First National Bank of Riverbank
Union National Bank of San Diego
First National Bank of Gardena
Total (21 banks).

25,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
100,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
200,000
50,000
1,050,000

CONNECTICUT.

10289

Bethel National Bank, Bethel

10316

Federal National Bank of Washington

10310
10346
10379
10386
10414

Florida National Bank of Gainesville..
First National Bank of Panama City..
Snell Natioanl Bank of Winter Haven.
First National Bank of Fort Meade
First National Bank of Sarasota

,

25,000

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.

500,000

FLORIDA.

Total (5 banks).
10302
10303
10333

National City Bank of Rome
Exchange National Bank of Rome.
First National Bank of Claxton

150,000
30,000
30,000
25,000
25,000
260,000
100,000
150,000
25,000

Total (3 banks).

275,000

10451

First National Bank of Paia.

25,000

10294
10341
10429

First National Bank of Hagerman.
First National Bank of Burley
Firsr National Bank of Rupert

25,000
30,000
25,000

Total (3 banks).




80,000

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TABLE NO. 8.-—National banks chartered during the year ending Oct. 31.191-3—Continued.

ILLINOIS.
10291
10296
10305
10318
10319
10337
10355
10365
10397
10399
10445

First National Bank of Omaha
First National Bank of Divernon
Rogers Park National Bank, Rogers Park (P. O., Chicago)
Farmers National Bank of Allendale
First National Bank of Des Plaines
Austin National Bank, Austin (P. O., Chicago)
Waukegan National Bank, Waukegan
First National Bank of Vermilion
First National Bank of Brownstown
Drovers National Bank of East St. Louis
First National Bank of Mounds
Total (11 banks)

$25,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
25,000
25,000
200,000
25,000
650,000

INDIANA.
10290
10409
10419

Peoples State National Bank of Anderson
Citizens National Bank of Greencastle
Fishers National Bank, Fishers

100,000
50,000
25,000
175,000

Total (3 banks)
10354
10371
10395
10408
10428

IOWA.

Harlan National Bank. Harlan
First National Bank of Bode
Citizens National Bank of Royal
Ames National Bank, Ames
Security National Bank of Mason City
Total (5 banks)

50,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
100,000
250,000

KANSAS.
10359
10390

First National Bank of Attica
Farmers National Bank of Topeka

25,000
100,000
125,000

Total (2 banks)
KENTUCKY.

First National Bank of Whitesburg

25,000
100,000

Warren National Bank of Bowling Green

10433
10448

125,000

Total (2 banks)
10382
10393

MINNESOTA.

First National Bank of Ironton
Blue Earth Valley National Bank of Winnebago

25,000
25,000
50,000

Total (2 banks)
10326
10338
10361

10367
10375
10384
10413

10438
10443

MISSISSIPPI.

Citizens National Bank of Columbia
Progressive National Bank of Summit
National Bank of Commerce of Columbus
Total (3 banks)
'.
MISSOURI.

National Bank of North Kansas City (P. O. Harlem)
First National Bank of Adrian
First National Bank of Holden
Stock Yards National Bank of Kansas City ... Total (4 banks)
MONTANA.

First National Bank of Plentywood

35,000
25,000
100,000
160,000

25,000
25,000
30,000
200,000
280,000

5,000
25,000
50,008

First National Bank of Baker
Total (2 banks)
10340

NEBRASKA.

Farmers and Merchants National Bank of Fairbury



60,909

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TABLE NO. 8.—National banks chartered during the year ending Oct. 31,19IS—Continued.

NEW JERSEY.
10376
10417
10430
10440

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

Keansburg National Bank, Keansburg
First National Bank of Lyndhurst
First National Bank of Westville
First National Bank of Minotola
Total (4 banks)

125,000
NEW YORK,

10295
10329
10351
10358
10374
10410
10444
10446
10456

Hayes National Bank of Clinton
Commercial National Bank of Long Island City
Citizens National Bank of Frankfort
.'
Babylon National Bank, Babylon
Redwood National Bank, Redwood
First National Bank of Arcade
First National Bank of Forestville
First National Bank of Heuvelton
First National Bank of Jeffersonville
Total (9 banks)

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

450,000

,

25,000
25,000

NORTH DAKOTA.
10405
10425

First National Bank of Scranton

First National Bank of East Fairview (P. O. Fairview, Mont.)
Total (2 banks)

10373
10436

s OHIO.

Central National Bank of London

,

Farmers National Bank of Haviland

100,000
25,000
125,000

Total (2 banks)
10288
10298
10304
10311
10314
10317
10321
10332
10339
10342
10343
10347
10349
10356
10363
10366
10368
10380
10381
10385
10388
10389
10394
10402
10424
10431
10437
10442
10454

50,000

,

,
OKLAHOMA.

Madill National Bank, Madill
City National Bank of Hobart
Keota National Bank, Keota
Tecumseh National Bank, Tecumseh
Kiowa National Bank of Snyder
First National Bank of Sasakwa
First National Bank of Snyder
Exchange National Bank of Muskogee
Farmers National Bank of Cushing
First National Bank of Afton
American National Bank of Tulsa
Bennington National Bank, Bennington
First National Bank of Achille
Miners National Bank of Henryetta
First National Bank of Foraker
State National Bank of Boswell
First National Bank of Soper
First National Bank of Blair
Farmers and Merchants National Bank of Achille
First National Bank of Colbert
First National Bank of Aylesworth
State National Bank of Eufaula
First National Bank of Gotebo
Sta^e National Bank of Ardmore
National Bank of Kaw City
First National Bank of Broken Bow
Farmers National Bank of Tishomingo
First National Bank of Braggs
Farmers National Bank of Hydro
Francis National Bank, Francis

,
,

50,000
30,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
25,000
100.000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
30,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
100.000
25,000
25,000
30,000
25,000
25.000
25,000
1,015,000

Total (30 banks)
OREGON.
10300
10345
10432

Northwestern National Bank of Portland
United States National Bank of Eugene
Paisley National Bank, Paisley
Total (3 banks)




500,000
100,000
25,000
625,000

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TABLE NO. 8.—National banks chartered during the year ending Oct. SI, 1913—Continued.

PENNSYLVANIA.
10313
10335
10353
10383
10415
10452

First National Bank of Petersburg
Orbisonia National Bank, Orbisonia
New Florence National Bank, New Florence
Abington National Bank of Clarks Summit
First National Bank of Farrell
Strausstown National Bank, Strausstown

$25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
25,000

Total (6 banks)
SOUTH CAROLINA.
10315

National State Bank of Columbia

:

225,000
—
100,000

SOUTH DAKOTA.
25,000

10416

First National Bank of Henry

10306
10327
10334
10401
10404
10449

First National Bank of Petersburg
American National Bank of Knoxville
Security National Bank of Jackson
Union National Bank of Knoxville
First National Bank of Kenton
First National Bank of Ripley
Total (6 banks)

TENNESSEE.
30,000
100,000
100,000
200,000
25,000
25,000
480,000

TEXAS.
10297
10320
10323
10331
10350
10360
10398
10400
10403
10411
10418
10420
10426

First National Bank of Mt. Calm.,
First National Bank of Poth
First National Bank of Lometa
Merchants National Bank of Dallas
First National Bank of Richmond
Victoria National Bank, Victoria
Farmers National Bank of Sealy
First National Bank of Crawford
First National Bank of MalakofE
Home National Bank of Cleburne
First National Bank of Krum
Freeport National Bank, Freeport
First National Bank of Omaha
Total (13 banks)

50,000
25,000
25,000
250,000
50,000
500,000
25,000
35,000
20,000
150,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
1,230,000
UTAH.

10308

National City Bank of Salt Lake City

250,000

VIRGINIA.
10287
10325
10344

National Bank of Gordonsville
Planters National Bank of Fredericksburg
Broadway National Bank of Richmond
Total (3 banks)

25,000
75,000
200,000
300,000

WASHINGTON.
25,000

10407

First National Bank of Tonasket

10348
10369
10370
10392
10450
10455

Citizens National Bank of Hinton
First National Bank of Keystone
Matewan National Bank, Matewan
First National Bank of Anawalt
First National Bank of Worthington
Citizens National Bank of Wheeling
Total (6 banks)

WEST VIRGINIA.
50,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
30,000
100,000
280,000

WISCONSIN.
10322
10330

First National Bank of Stone Lake
Citizens National Bank of "Grand Rapids
Total (2 banks)

Total United States (172 banks)



25,000
100,000
125,000
10,175,000

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TABLE NO. 9.—Number of State banks converted into national banking associations in
each State and Territory from 1863 to Oct. 31, 1913.
Number
of
banks.

State or Territory.
Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Khode Island
Connecticut

Capital.

22
182
52
65
383

93,256,291
7,670,450
30,444,095
585,010
9,824,372
230,000

403

Eastern States

110,521,510

213
44
104
6
34
2

New England States.
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia

$4,605,000
2,595,000
2,029,990
65,641,200
16,717,550
18,932,770

142,010,218

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

2,641,300
1,998,900
1,766,000
1,650.000
1,787,000
1,540,000
1,225,000
265,000
3,025,000
380,000
1,515,000
5,506,900
3,250,000

Southern States

253

State or Territory.

Number
of
banks.

Ohio

Capital.
$1,790,000
1,153,000
2,555,000
1,465,000
1,810,000
3,721,000
1,735,000
10,809,300

Indiana
Illinois
Michigan
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Iowa
Missouri
Middle States..

226

25,038,300

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

1,235,000
875,000
3,375,000
2,597,000
330,000
100,000
1,345,000
200,000
2,995,000

Western States

333

Washington
Oregon
California
Idaho
Nevada
Arizona

26,550,100

13,052,000
2,065,000
1,366,000
18,627,800
575,000
50,000
100,000

131

United States.

22,783,800

1,729

Pacific States..

339,955,928

TABLE NO. 10.—Number of national banks in each State extended under act of July
1882, to Oct. 31, 1913.
State or Territory.

Number of

State or Territory.

banks.

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut

78
54
50
269
61
86

New E n g l a n d
States
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia

325
96
384
18
62
10

Eastern States
Virginia
West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina




598

895
31
31
20
12

Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee
Southern States..
Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Iowa
Missouri
Middle States....

Number of
banks.
23
11
19
9
15
163
8
72
42
456
214
98
"194
76
66
59
152
57

State or Territory.
North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Western States...
Washington
Oregon
California
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
Arizona
Pacific States

916

Number of
banks.

United States

22
23
89
93
18
10
35
6
7
303
23
23
31
8
9

1
5
100
3,268

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TABLE NO. 11.—Number of national banks in each State reextended under the act of July
12, 1882, as amended Apr. 12, 1902, to Oct. 31, 1018.
Number of
banks.

State or Territory.

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut

,
,
,
,
,
,

47
32
28
147
24
61

New E n g l a n d
States
,
New York
,
New Jersey
,
Pennsylvania
,
Delaware
,
Maryland
District of Columbia...
Eastern States

177
50
147
11

416

Number of
banks.

State or Territory.

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

,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,

Southern States.
Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan
Wisconsin
Minnesota

,
,
,
,

15

State or Territory.

Number of
banks.
41
10

Iowa
Missouri
Middle States..

302
••'•••

:

1
7
6
1
1
5
1

South Dakota
,
Nebraska
,
Kansas
,
Montana
,
Wyoming
,
Colorado
,
New Mexico
,
Western States.
Oregon
California
Utah
Pacific States..
United States..

TABLE NO. 12.—National banks the corporate existence of which will expire during the
year ending Oct. 31, 1914, with date of expiration and capital, the charters of which may
be extended under the act of July 12, 1882.
Title.

State.

Date of
expiration.

Capital.

4933 Trenton National Bank, Trenton
4932 Big Timber National Bank, Big Timber.
4934 First National Bank of Carmi
4935 City National Bank of York
4938 New First National Bank of Meadville...
4936 First National Bank of Fairmont
4940 First National Bank of Onancock

Mo....
Mont..
111..
Nebr..
Pa....
Minn.
Va....

1913.
Nov. 21
Dec. 4
Dec. 19
Dec. 21
Dec. 25
Dec. 26
..do

$75,000
100,000
60,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
50,000

4941
4939
4942
4944
4945
4964
4947
4948
4949
4952
4955
4968
4954
4953
4958
4962
4967
4965
4957
4963
4959
4956
4971
4966
4974
4976
4969
4972
4973
4980
4975
4978

Ill
Mo....
N.J...
Ga.
Kans..
Ind...
N.C..
Pa.
Fla..
111..
Pa....
Mont..
Iowa..
Mich.
111....
N. Y.
111..
Pa
Maine.
Ga.
Minn..
Ky....
Pa.
Iowa.
Pa...
Tex.
Minn .
Ind...
Maine.
N.J...
Wis...
Pa....

1914.
Jan. 28
Jan. 30
Jan. 31
Feb. 28
Mar. 14
..do
Mar. 19
do.
Mar. 25
Mar. 30
Apr. 18
Apr. 20
Apr. 23
Apr. 24
May 13
May 14
May 17
May 18
May 20
do.
May 27
May 28
May 30
June 20
July 2
July 4
July 10
July 11
July 25
July 31
Aug. 29
..do

50,000
500,000
50,000
150,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
250,000
50,000
100,000
150,000
50,000
100,000
65,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
200,000
50,000
800,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
50,000

Lewistown National Bank, Lewistown
First National Bank of Buchanan County, St. Joseph.
Second National Bank of Somerville
National Bank of Brunswick
National Bank of America at Salina
Citizens' National Bank of Martinsville
First National Bank of Wadesboro
First National Bank of Coudersport
Exchange National Bank of Tampa
National Bank of Jerseyville
People's National Bank of Lebanon
Commercial National Bank of Bozeman
First National Bank of Rolfe..
Old Second National Bank of Bay City
Old First National Bank of Farmer City
Schenevus National Bank, Schenevus..
First National Bank of Alexis
Union National Bank of Huntingdon
Phillips National Bank, Phillips
First National Bank of Waycross
First National Bank of Barnesville
American National Bank of Louisville
First National Bank of Cochranton
First National Bank of Lake City
Westmoreland National Bank of Greensburg
First National Bank of Hearne
National Bank of Kasson
National Bank of La Grange
Natonal Bank of Fairfleld
Warren County National Bank of Belvidere
National Bank of Manitowoc
First National Bank of New Bethlehem
Total (39 banks)




3,250,000

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TABLE No. 13.—National banks the corporate existence of which'will expire during the
year ending Oct. 31, 1914, with date of expiration, etc., the charters of which may be reextended under the act of July 12, 1882, as amended Apr. 12, 1902.

2132
2138
2135
2137
2172
2141
2143
2152
2142
2153
2146
2151
2148
2150
2154
2155
2179
2158
2160
2165
2187
2168
2164
2183
2166
2180
2186
2176
2189
2185
2188
2207
2204
2212
2205
2221

Kellogg National Bank of Green Bav

$200,00C

Rochester National Bank, Rochester
Commercial National Bank of Charlotte
National Bank of Boyertown
Athol National Bank, A t h o l . . ,
National Bank of Pontiac
First National Bank of Hancock
Home National Bank of Brockton
National Bank of Schwenksville
Safety Fund National Bank of Fitchburg
First National Bank of East Liverpool
Wilber National Bank of Oneonta
Citizens' National Bank of Winchester
Marion National Bank of Lebanon
First National Bank of Belleville
People's National Bank of Rock Island
First National Bank of Colorado Springs
First National Bank of San Jose
National Exchange Bank^)f Steubenville
Farmers' National Bank of Princeton
People's National Bank of Independence
First National Bank of Jackson..
Citizens' National Bank of Louisville
First National Bank of Crown Point
Second National Bank of New Albany
People's National Bank of Princeton
Citizens National Bank of Romeo
Union National Bank of Streator
First National Bank of Waco
Mt. Sterling National Bank, Mt. Sterling
Citizens' National Bank of Evansville
Boonville National Bank of Boonville
First National Bank of Arcola
Oakland National Bank of Oakland
Second National Bank of Monmouth
First National Bank of McMinnville

N. H..
N.C.
Pa.
Mass.
111..
Mich.
Mass.
Pa.
Mass.
Ohio.
N. Y.
Ky..
...do..
111.
do.,
Colo..
Cal..
Ohio..
Ill
Iowa..
Tenn.
Ky..
Ind..
do..
...do..
Mich.
111..
Tex.
Ky.
Ind.
do..
Ill
...do..
..do..
Tenn.

Total (36 banks).

1914
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Mar.
Mar.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
May
May
May
June
June
June
July
July
July
July
July
July
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept,
Sept,
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

50,000
500,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
100,000
500,000
100,000
200,000
200,000
100,000
100,000
150,000
200,009
100,000
200,000
300,000
250,000
110,000
75,000
200,000
,500,000
50,000
300,000
100,000
50,000
100,000
600,00G
50,00©
300,000
50,000
50,006
53,000
75,000
75,000
0,238,000

TABLE N O . 14.—National banhs organized under act of 1863, charter of which expired
prior to act of 1882, reorganized under a new charter, which have been permitted to adopt
their original charter number.
No.
1
2
3
5
7
8
11
15
17
18
19
20
25
30

Title.

No.

Title.

32 Second National Bank of Cincinnati, Ohio.
First National Bank of Philadelphia, Pa.
42 First National Bank of Strasburg, Pa.
First National Bank of New Haven, Conn.
43 First National Bank of Salem, Ohio.
First National Bank of Youngstown, Ohio.
46 First National Bank of McConnelsville, Ohio,
First National Bank of Fremont, Ohio.
47 First National Bank of Terre Haute, Ind.
First National Bank of Cleveland, Ohio.
48 First National Bank of Pittsburgh, Pa.
First National Bank of Chicago, 111.
51 First National Bank of Johnstown, Pa.
First National Bank of Fort Wayne, Ind.
59 First National Bank of Troy, Ohio.
First National Bank of Davenport, Iowa.
62 Second National Bank of New York, N. Y.
First National Bank of Richmond, Ind.
64 First National Bank of Milwaukee, Wis.
First National Bank of Iowa City, Iowa.
66 First National Bank of Lyons, Iowa.
First National Bank of Portsmouth, N. H.
Fifth-Third National Bank of Cincinnati, Ohio.* 70 First National Bank of Cambridge City, Ind.
77 First National Bank of Scranton, Pa.
First National Bank of Marietta, Pa.
117 First National Bank of Marion, Iowa.
First National Bank of Wilkes-Barre, Pa.

1
This bank is a consolidation of the Third with the Fifth National Bank and by a special act was authorized to adopt the original charter number of the Third National Bank.

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8

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

TABLE NO. 15.—Authorized capital stock of the national banks on the first day of each
month from Jan. 1, 1904, to Nov. 1} 1913, United States bonds on deposit to secure
circulation, circulation secured by the bonds on deposit, the amount of lawful money
on deposit to redeem circulation, and national-bank notes outstanding, including notes
of national gold banks.
United
States bonds Circulation
on deposit to secured by
United *
bSks. capital stock. secure circu- States bonds
lation.

Lawful
money on
deposit to
redeem
circulation.

$389,335,680 $387,273,623
390,231,600 387,657,731
392,671,550 390,352,491
398,034,650 395,600,234
399,795,140 397,802,781
410,572,640 407,279,033
416,016,690 412,759,448
417.958,690 415,025,156
419,683,940 417,380,301
424,701,490 422,014,716
426,544,790 424,530,581
431,075,840 427,947,505

$37,889,395
39,199,896
39,971,819
39,309,708
39,27-7,792
38,709,531
36,475,646
35,181,732
35,136,472
34,064,692
32,750,919
32,731,570

$425,163,018
426,857,627
430,324,310
434,909,942
437,080,573
445,988,564
449,235,094
450,206,888
452,516,773
456,079,408
457,281,500
460,679,075

433,928,140
439,529,040
441,788,140
449,009,890
452,855,790
461,150,290
468,066,940
476,938,290
482,198,090
484,810,890
493,912,790
500,269,440

431,841,786
435,8O7,W1
438,370,083
444,870,178
449,147,766
456,239,096
462,669,414
471,615,771
478,786,166
481,633,526
490,037,806
497,616,304

32,952,370
31,614,952
30,833,757
31,078,766
32,097,179
32,088,420
33,050,392
32y355,624
33,434,201
34,718,714
34,470,443
35,712,954

464,794,156
467,422,853
469,203,840
475,948,944
481,244,945
488,327,516
495,719,806
503,971,395
512,220,367
516,352,240
524,508,249
533,329,258

818,482,075
822,022,075
824,640,275
826,055,275
827,925,275
830,163,775
833,073,775
836,729,775
839,804,775
841,864,775
845,939,775
853,774,775

506,689,990
509,901,690
511,846,440
514,362,990
516,387,440
519,265,530
520,605,210
520,388,610
526,944,030
530,772,270
539,653,180
549,750.830

504,842,313
506,366,649
509,173,566
512,221,552
514,423,519
516,036,147
517,847,749
516,573,399
524,439,161
527,768,924
536,933,169
546,981,447

36,072,034
36,863,431
41,630,329
42,445,415
42,222,762
43,093,513
43,264,611
44,907,646
45,413,142
46,134,184
46,235,816
46,399,102

540,914,347
543,230,080
550,803,895
554,666,967
556,646,281
559,129.660
561,112; 360
561,481,045
569,852,303
573,903,108
583,171,985
593,380,540

6,283
6,315
6,345
6,383
6,422
6.472
6,521
6,550
6,582
6,620
6,650
6,655

862,016,775
867,776,275
877,099,275
880,349,275
887,684,275
892,970,275
898,156,275
902,405,775
904,494,775
906,704,775
909,274,775
910,609,775

551,263,840
553,253,550
552,955,950
550,137,900
553,199,050
556,937,300
558,442,910
558,582,550
559,319,710
559,624,760
567,011,910
618,394,560

549,051,084
549,698,574
549,737,373
547,633,063
550,204,772
553,614,574
555,570,881
555,023,290
556,945,917
556,101,330
562,727,615
610,156,508

47,111,385
46,498,995
46,605,649
49,578,999
49,709,068
48,325,975
48,217,809
48,372,596
47,110,404
47,885,784
47,252,851
46,061,688

596,162,469
596,197,569
596,343,022
597,212,062
599,913,840
601,940,549
603,788,690
603,395,886
604,056,321
603,987,114
609,980,466
656,218,196

6,675
6,609
6,733
6,764
6,787
6,810
6,827
6,855
6,870
6,874
6,873
e,884

912,369,775
916,617,775
917,569,775
921,364,775
923,577,775
925,697, 775
930,542,775
933,085,275
934, 735,275
933,255,275
930,365,275
930,825,275

646,676,800
646,828,820
636,426,660
632,422, 570
628,839,430
629,031,160
628,147,130
629,432,420
631,607,490
632,871,890
632,624,850
618, 497,940

643,459,898
641,919,665
632,458,712
628,834,335
625,425,375
624, 714,147
623,250,517
625,360,982
625,986,993
626,972, 885
626, 779,350
614,907,265

40,670,997
53,483,097
63,215,807
67,573,020
72,220,323
73,735,370
75,083,400
66,728,009
59,339,115
48,639,442
39,065,637
52,270,912

690,130,895
695,402,762
695,674,519
696,407,355
697,645,698
698,449,517
698,333,917
692,088,991
685,326,108
675,612,327
665,844,987

£ ; i

Authorized
l

1904.
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November....
December

5,184
5,215
5,240
5,273
5,313
5,350
5,386
5,399
5,431
5,457
5,495
5,519

$767,567,095
769,005,815
768,750,815
770,975,815
774,449,315
775,838,335
776,904,335
775,679,335
777,061,335
777,741,335
781,126,335
784,821,335

1905.
January
February
March.;
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November....
December

5,554
5,581
5,605
5,644
5,670
5,713
5,750
5,772
5,807
5,831
5,858
5,868

785,411,335
791,559,335
791,674,335
791,849,335
798,987,315
801,615,315
801,33r>,315
807,622,875
808,561,075
810,654,075
812,026,075
815,526,075

1906.
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November....
December

5,935
5,968
5,999
6,032
6,069
6,107
6,132
6,162
6,189
6,225
6,249

1907.
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
1908.
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

Date.




Total
nationalbank notes
outstanding.

667,178,177

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TA.BLE NO. 15.—Authorized capital stock of the national banks on the first day of each
month from Jan. 1. 1904, to Nov. 1, 1918, etc.—Continued.
United
States bonds Circulation
NumAuthorized on deposit to secured by
ber of capital stock
United
secure circu- States bonds.
banks.

Bate.

Lawful
money on
deposit to
redeem
circulation.

lation.

1909.
January
February..
March..:...
April
May
June
July
August
September.
October
November.
December..

6,889
6,903
6,907
6,906
6,916
6,926
6,955
6,975
6,998
7,012
7,025
7,039

1910.
January
February..
March
April
May
June
July
August
September.
October
November.
December..

7,054
7,065
7,079
7,108
7,123
7,137
7,170
7,182
7,184
7,206
7,218
7,222

966,406,925
976,141,935
984,001,935
984,002,635
992,997,635
996,845,135
1,000,070,135
1,003,717,135
1,021,667,135
1,021,562,135
1,015,897,135
1,015,202,135

683,362,240
681,518,900
682,695,850
683,675, 710
684,943, 460
685,671, 510
686,974. 880
688,458;280
689,813, 710
691,961, 860
694,926, 070
696,693' 160

1911.
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

7,231
7,226
7,229
7,252
7,271
7,287
7,301
7,308
7,318
7,329
7,331
7,334

1,014,591,135
1,017,947,135
1,019,282,135
1,025,117,135
1,025,427, .135
1,026,432,135
1,028,632,135
1,030,802,135
1,032,562,135
1,033,637,135
1,032,632,135
1,032,602,135

$933,020,275 $631,318,790 $628,786,205
937,105,275 635,114,560 630,309,637
939,320,275 640,769,140 635,588,885
942,996,775 651,267,130 646,142,390
944, 726, 775 653,901,910 653,164,570
945,516, 775 657,972,970 656,268,268
947,726,775 660,689,070 659,673,408
948,931, 775 667,652,650 667,508, 731
956,017,775 672,925.700 672,263,695
963,976,925 676,386^ 040 676,031,393
964,621,925 679,545,740 678,344,764
965,791,925 681,689.370 680,995,267

Total
nationalbank notes
outstanding,

$677,068,105
676,673,092
678,285,600
684,407,615
687,408,227
688,183,115
689,920,074
695,354,164
698,845,474
702,807,459
703,940,557
707,433,457

|4S, 281,960
46,363,455
42,696, 715
38,265,225
34,243, 657
31,914, 847
30,246, 666
27,845, 433
26,581, 779
26, 776,066
25,595, 793
26,438. 190

j
I
|
!
j
j
;
!

26,952,730 I
28,546,979 !
30,635,348 j
31,047,510 j
30,206,728 i
29,477,138 |
27,913,720 |
27,561,375 j
30,188,728 i
32,638,029 j
33,538,463 i
33,160,390 i

708,192,111
709,879,333
710,022,868
712,226,833
713, 461,586
712,242,841
713,430,733
712,029,468
717,321,051
720,795,606
724,874,308
726,855,833

695,663,920
696,706,300
697,088,760
697,082,510
695,657,540
697,441,300
698,605,810
705,648,210
710,141,420
712,812,810
714,170,320
715,560,170

693,370,056;
692,939,203 i
693,119,715 :
693,261,786 ;
691.468,720 I
693', 665,285 i
695,025,073!
701,427,086 I
707,180,923 !
708,976,455 !
711,099,938 I
712.115,338 i

34,335,925 i
33,506,185 ;
35,815,326 ;
35,891,130 j
36,675,998 I
34,812,726 !
33,169,435 I
31,396,930 !
30,025,825 j
28,811,903 !
28,065,375 :
27,649,008

727,705,981
726,445,388
728,935,041
729,152,916
728,144,718
728,478,011
728,194,508
732,824,016
737,206,748
737,788,358
739,165,313
739;764;346

1,033,302, 135
71
1,036,132, 435
719; 81 IT
1,038,495, 435
722,026, 920
1,041,410, 435 , 721,315, 120
7,372 .1,043,705, 435 ! 723,035, 910
7,387 1,045,170, 435 ! 724,265, 600
7,394 I,040,545, 435 724,493, 740
7,400 1,054,350, 435 725,505,460
7,410 1,056,575, 435 727,317,530
7,422 1.056,775, 435 728,984, 0
7; 428 11,053,670, 435 730,257 280
7,426 1,053,055, 425 731,366,680

714,363,068 !
715,493,996 I
718,548,203 ;
717,001,493 !
718,604, 693 |
719,861,030 !
720,424, 110 !
721,623, 148 |
723,905, 556 I
725,395, 343 !
727,169,316 |
728,515. 285 i

26,240,119 i
26,167,972 :
25,724,070
27,809,790
27,115,655
25,631,642 i
24,710,882 ;
23,282,793 i
22,595,751 I
22,384,311 l
22,179,543 :
21,670,491 ;

740,603,187
741,661,968
744,272,273
744,871,283
745,720,348
745,492,672
745,134,992
744,905,941
746,501,307
747, 779,654
749,348,859
750,185,776

729,778,823
729,931,621
728,246,755
729,400,001
731,044,591
733, 754,815
737,065,050
738, 502,408
740,029,948
738, 467,068
740,063,776

21,193,423
20,550,148
22,871,039
22,659,331
22,032,083
21,539,251
22,092,856
20,790,783
21,690,081
20,563,626
18.835,933

750,972,246
750,481,769
751,117,794
752,059,332
753,076,674
755,294,066
759,157,906
759,293,191
761,720,029
759,030,694
758,899,709

081,239,381
I 681,332.354
679,387,520
I 680,279,323
I 683,254,858
682,765,703
685,517,013
684,468,093
687,132,323
688,157,577
691,335,845
I 693,695,443

1912.
January
February
March.."
April

i

May

I

June
July
August
September
October.
November
December.

j
j

1913.
January
February..
March......
April
May
June
July
August
September.
October
November.




7,340
7.348
7,353
7,365

7,431 11,052,880,175
7,438 1,055,328,175

7,446
7 455
7 468
7,485
7,492
7, 498
7, 504
7 513
7, 514

1,057,104,175
1,057, 771,175
1.062, 021,175
1.063, 831,175
1,063,986,175
1,065, 922,175
1,066,862,165
1,066,992,175
1,068,534,175

732,544, 640
734,273, 150
731,943,480
732,688, 750
734,448, 060
737,427, 800
740,529,250
741,631, 750
742,081, 800
741,846,850
743,513, 990

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REPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY.

TABLE N O . 16.— Yearly increase or decrease in national-bank circulation from Jan. 14,
1875, to Oct. 31, 1912, and quarterly increase or decrease for the year ended Oct. 81. 1913.
Issued.

Date.
From Jan. 14 to Jan. 31, 1875
1875
1876
1877
1878
1879
1880
1881
1882
1883
1884
1885
1886.....1887
1888..
1889.
1890.
1891
1892
1893
1894..:
1895.
1896.
1897.
1898.
1899.
1900
1901
1902
1903
1904
A
1905
1906
1907.
1908
1909
1910
1911
1912

Increased.

$537,580
12,953,695
7,777, 710
19,842,985
12,663,160
27,126,235
8,347,190
34,370,050
21,427,900
12,669,620
8,888,944
17,628,924
8,979,959
16,064,424
15,924,157
5,768,180
9,534.400
18,934,355
12.867,044
Al, 584> 000
10,890,492
20,752,231
31,714,656
7,008,014
34,682,825
19,110,552
101,645,393
123,100,200
42,620,682
68,177,467
69,532,176
90,753,284
84,085,260
56,303,658
141,273,164
82,504,444
57,101,345
49,896,951
38, 747,149

$255,600
18,167,436
28,413,265
16,208,201
9,031,558
6,967,199
6,880,458
15,697,878
20,694,838
24,920,477
30,990,730
26,206,200
32,871,849
42,933,463
52,430.030
40,340,254
28,382,190
21,235,457
11,624,877
8,095,313
13,008,267
12,526,159
9,843; 648
14,613,787
17,087,925
15,198,118
16,537,068
15,951,527
21,868,006
28,474,958
31,930,783
22,732,060
25,055,739
27,980,139
80,025,078
48,433,296
33,011,015
35,284,247
27,586,734

1,443, 790,455
6,769,260
8,313,247
14,033,330
8,094,760

939,495,829
4,343,080
6,354,992
7,673,953
8,069,842

725, 785,159
2,42*6,180
1,958,255
6,359,377
24,918

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Total.

$281,980
$5,213,741
20,635,555
3,634,784
3,631,602
20,159,036
1,466,732
18,672,172
733,062
12,250,857
22,101,786
8,577,276
23,891,890
26,869,039
36,505,873
34,572,074
18,847,790
2,301,102
1,242,167
33,488,687




*
l
2,117,775

8,226,072
21,871,008
7,605,773

221,490,531

736,553,889

Surrendered to this office and retired from Jan.
14, 1875, to Oct. 31, 1913.
Grand total

Decreased.

17,594,900
3,912,434
85,108,325
107,148,673
20,752,676
39,702,509
37,601,393
68,021,224
59,029,521
28,323,519
61,248,086
34,071,148
24,090.330
14,612; 704
11,160,415

r

Total
F r o m Nov. 1, 1912, to Jan. 31, 1913.
Apr. 30,1913.
July 31,1913.
Oct. 31, 1913..

Retired.

221,490,531
25,922,350
jl, 481,001,052

991,860,044

736,553,889

247,412,881

TABLE NO. 17.—National-bank notes issued, redeemed, and outstanding, by denominations and amounts, on Oct. 31 in each year from 1864 to 1913,
inclusive.
Year.

1864
1865....
1866....
1867
1868
1869....
1870....
1871
1872....
1873....
1874
1875
1876....
1877....

Ones.
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding




Twos.

Fives.

$26,924,100
$2,

', 69L
;,396 ;
:, 337'
''272'
i,674,
',663,
973^
l, 690,
1,843,
:
, 752,
;, 091',
,673,
,471,
, 202,
, 297,
,919,
, 377,
,526,
,891,
634,
550;
143,
406,
048,
092,
956,
851,
556.
294,
618,
815,
802,

167

$1,346,778
1,346,778
5,156,012
11,700
5,144,312
5,622,722
42,356
5,580,366
5,990,468
156,016
5,834,452
6,468,392
497,538
5,970,854
7,256,558
1,437,318
5,819,240
8,482,434
3,114,890
5,367,544
9,565,256
.4,816,778
4,748,478
10,390,222
6,241,446
4,148,776
11,078,226
7,110,038
3,968,188
12,079,504
9,233,246
2,846,258
12,614,886
10,249,092
2,365,804
13,793,936
11,111,052
2,682,884

26,924,100
84,796,000
104,820
84,691,180
111,115,620
153,175
110,962,445
113,535,300
753,855
112,781,445
115,738,140
2,515,095
113,223,045
118,674,740
5,146,030
113,528,710
124,376,620
9,035,250
115,341,370
142,195,820
17,014,975
125,180,845
159,666,740
29,803,335
129,863.405
174,472,280
45,709,815
128,762,465 j
196,215,680
65,208,025 |
131,007,655 I
235,275,920 '
124,633,860
110,642,060
258,917,640
161,910,280
97,007.360
284,084;240
190', 579,340
93,504,900 '

Tens.

$19,708,260 |

Twenties.

$6,536,920

6,536,920
19,708,260
28,209,500
53,493,210
1
26,580
195,800
28,182,920
53,297,410
75,807,000
42,278,700
225,390
42,060
42,226,640
75,581,610
43,615,720
77,899^270 I
198,080
510,620
43,417,640
77,388,650
44,430,700
79,227,620
759,700
I 1,300,500
43,670,940
s 77,927,120
45,490,040
81,107,820
1,496,400
2,847,390
43,993,640
78,260,430
48,208,980
85,118,950 |
5,060,560 j
2,701,960
80,058,390
45,507,020
98,246.300
56,132,040
9,689', 570
5,076,520
88,556,730
51,055,520
112,534,520 j
64,513,760
16,997,020
8,777,040
95;537,500
55,736,720
125,603,990 '
72,164,380
25,730,700
13.061,420
99,873,290
59,102,960
133,370,760
79,242, ISO
39,127,070 !
19,832,160
94,243,690 |
59,410,020
174,105,070 I 105,921,280
76,085,320 I
40,489,280
98,019,750
65,432,000
200,086,520 ! 121,729,840
103,692,140 I 57,444,920
96,394,380 j 64,284,920
222,660,640 135,525,060
124,347,790
70,470,560
98,312,850 ' 65,054,500

Fifties.

%2,491,300

One
hundreds.
$2,903,400

Five
I One thouhundreds. ! sands.
$250,000

250,000
2,491,300 - 2,903,400
15,033,600
5,446,500 $4,404,000
10,349,700
89,500
1,000
46,550
14,944,100
5,446,500 4,403,000
10,303,150
6,669,500 4,728.000
24.657,500
16,473,700
302,500
507; 000
76,050
'172,700
6,367,000 4,221,000
16,397,650
24,484,800
6,691,500 4,728,000
17,469,850
26,243,600
671,500 1,563,000
432,300
877,000
6,020,000 3,165,000
25,366,000
17,037,550
6,744,500 4,746,000
26,766,600
17,775,450
1,598,000
909,000 1,858,000
880,950
25,168,600
5,835,500 2,888,000
16,894,500
27,526,300
6,838,500 4,769,000
18,205,350
2,708,100
1,347,000 2,501,000
1,502,050
24,818,200
5.491,500 2,268,000
16,703,300
28,607,200
6,980,000 4,779,000
19,180,600
4,587,500
2,096,000 3,380,000
2,501,050
24,079,700
4,884,000 1,399,000
16,679,550
32.365,500
7,326,500 4,843,000
21,806,850
7,846,100
3,078,000 4,028,000
4,277,250
24,519,400
4,248,500
815,000
17,529,600
36.779,700
7,810,500 4,933,000
24,859,950
11,098,900
3,933,500 4,315,000
6,309,000
25,680'. 800 3,877,000
18,550,950
618,000
41,661^000 I 8,233,000 5,158,000
27,987,100
4,829,000 4,530,000
8 , 448,800 14,405,700
'
27,255,300
3,404,000
19,538,300
628,000
49,250,200
8,657,000 5,250,000
33,348,500
19,657,200
5,838,000 4,683,000
11,577,800
29,593,000
2.819,000
21,770,700
567,000
64,585', 800 9^223,000 5,540,000
44,209,250
29,942,800
7,236,500 5,047,000
19,051,850
34,643,000
1,986,500
25,157,400
493,000
71,092,000
9,345,500 5,549,000
49,281,750
39,578.500
8,108,500 5,272,000
25,789,200
31,513,500
1,237,000
23,492,550
277,000
76,733,700
9,996,000 5,678,000
53,990,050
47,931,700
8,807,500 5,411,000
31,733,950
28,802,000
1,188,500
22,256,100
267,000

Total.

$58,813,980

Issued during current
year.

$5S,813,980

o

146,285,47 0

O

H
58,813,980
205,099,455
464,250
204,635,205
294,585,214
1,498,255
293,086,959
304,202.141
5,107; 317
299,094,824
310,367,276
10,250,318
300,116,958
318,743,726
19,018,935
299,724,791
335,411,601
33;552,326
301,859,275
384,072,311
59,597,104
324,475,207
434,960.786
93.969,961
340,990,825
481,196,161
132,848,487
348,347,674
532,962,805
184,176,899
348,785,906
668,988,000
325,811,982
343,176,018
747.468.410
427,601,340
319,867,070
823,079,650
507,208,400
315,871,190

89,485, 759
9,616,927

G
O

6,165,135
8,376,450

o

16,667,875
48,660,710

o
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* 50," 888* 475

46,235,375

o

51,766,644
136,025,195
"78,"480,410
75,611,240

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TABLE NO. 17.—National-bank notes issued, redeemed, and outstanding, by denominations and amounts, on Oct. 31 in each year from 1864 to 1913,
inclusive—Continued.
00
Year.

1878....
187°
1880
18S1
1882....
1883
1884....
1885
1886
1887....
1888
1889
1890
1891....

Ones.
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued.. .
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding
Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding




$22,480,415
18,194,196
4,286,219
23,169,677
19,600,477
3,569,200
23,169,677
20,875,215
2,294,462
23,169,677
21,838,565
1,331,112
23,169,677
22,353,877
815,800
23,169,677
22,593,909
575,768
23,169,677
22,671,936
497,741
23,169,677
22,731,963
437,714
23,169,677
22,757,987
411,690
23,169,677
22,776,403
393,274
23,169,677
22,783,281
386,396
23,169,677
22,794,643
375,034
23,169,677
22,800,061
369,616
23,169,677
22,802,625

367,052

Twos.
$15,035,530 $305,956,440
12,053,384 213,417,165
2,992,146
92,539,275
15,495,038 327,892,200
13,002,540 229,980,380
2,492,498
97,911,820
15,495,038 345,659,880
13,887,778 245, 749', 120
1,607,260
99,910,760
15,495,038 368,062,520
14,572,868 267,582,440
922,170 100,480,0S0
15;495,038 393,487,120
14,968,280 296,566,165
526,758
96,920,955
15,495,038 417,236,040
15,141,806 325,712,835
353,232
91,523,205
15,495,038 410,505,940
15,206,570 355,196,785
85,309,155
288,468
15,495,038 466,042,000
15,257,754 384,085,330
237,284
81,956,670
15,495,038 488.336,800
15,279,612 405^546)320
215,426
82,790,480
15,495,038 502,277,620
15,293,440 425,853,955
201,598
76,423,665
15,495,038 520,506,800
15;298,872 453,086,540
196,166
67,420,260
15,495,038 532,659,620
15,306,858 476,027. 775
56,631,845
188,180
15,495,038 544,783) 840
15,311,146 494,306,190
183,892
50,482,650
15,495,038 561,426,260
15,313,292 511,284,975
181,746
50,141,285

Twenties.

Fifties.

One
hundreds.

Five
One thouhundreds.
sands.

Total.

$241,572,930 $146,883,340 $57,379,900 $81,292,300 $10,090,000 $6,214,000 $886,904,855
79,063,560 36,411,100 54,185,900 9,447,500 5,900,000 567,264,295
138,591,490
642,500
314,000 319,640,560
102,981,440
67,819,780 20,968,800 27,106,400
259,042,230 157,399,020 60,589,050 85,074,000 10,270,000 6,350,000 945,281,215
149,305,990
85,146,860 39,263,150 58,160,400 9,643,500 6,057,000 610,160,297
626,500
293,000 335,120,918
109,736,240
72,252,160 21,325,900 26,913,600
272,031,680 165,327,960 62,694,250 87,951,000 10,366,500 6,373,000 989,068,985
158,211,100
90,096,400 41,274,950 61,060,100 9,742,000 6,124,000 647,020,663
624,500
249,000 342,048,322
113,820,580
75,231,560 21,419,300 26,890,900
294,775,190 178,816,340 67,879,700 95,973,200 10,964,500 7,154,000 1,062,290,165
173,466,350
98,099,840 44,594,500 66,020,200 10,247) 500 6,943,000 703,365,263
211,000 358,924,902
717,000
121,308,840
80,716,500 23,285,200 29,953,000
320,422,600 195,035,680 72,667,200 103,513,800 11,378,500 7,197,000 1,142,366,615
197,709,340 111,434,140 49,009,100 71,913,000 10,440,000 6; 990,000 781,383,902
938,500
207,000 360,982,713
122,713,260
83,601,540 23,658,100 31,600,800
345,440,860 211,576,920 77,801,450 111,474,200 11,566,500 7,287,000 1,221,047,685
227,123,550 128,492,760 54,535,150 78,912,500 10,683,500 7,092,000 870,288,010
195,000 350,759,675
118,317,310
883,000
83,084,160 23,266,300 32,561,700
371,821,020 228,841,820 83,051,500 119,977,000 11,853,000 7,379,000 1,302,093,995
260,501,070 149,635,240 60,828,650 87,454,300 10,990,500 7,156,000 969,641,051
111,319,950
223,000 332,452,944
862,500
79,206,580 22)222,850 32,522,700
398)040,010 246,363,460 87,927,650 128,770,600 11,947,000 7,379,000 1,385,134,435
293,828,720 171,275,940 67,288,100 97,192,200 11,363)500 7,238,000 1,070,261,507
104,211,290
583,500
141,000 '314,872,928
75,087,520 20,639,550 31,578,400
416,959,700 258,912,360 90,759,700 134,202,100 11,947,000 7,379', 000 1,447,161,375
317,673,7S0 187,957,120 72,565,050 105,533,000 11,569,000 7,290) 0001,146,170,869
378,000
89,000 300,990,506
99,286,920
70,955,240 18,194,650 28,669,100
427,627,990 266,022,900 92,481,650 137,516,600 11,947,000 7,379,000 1,483,917,475
337,999,280 201,838,860 76,807,150 112,745,300 11,646)500 7,305,000 1,212,265,888
300,500
74,000 271,651,587
89,628,710
64,184,040 15,674,500 24,771,300
442,223,330 275,754,140 94,893,350 142,217,600 11,947,000 7,379,000 1,533,585,935
364,436,600 218,806)920 81,230,400 119,872,000 11,706,500 7,320,000 1,294,541,113
77,786,730
56,947,220 13,662,950 22,345,600
240,500
59,000 239,044,822
451,361,990 281,804,220 95,997,250 144,384,000 11,947,000 7,379,000 1,564,197,795
386,221,110 232,686,320 84,750, 700 125,601,800 11,737,500 7,327,000 1,362,453,706
49,117,900 11,246,550 18,782,200
209,500
52,000 201,744,089
65,140,8S0
461,240,000 288,323,560 97,468) 100 147,273,300 11,947,000 7,379,000 1,597,084,515
403,621,260 244,251,900 87, 709,800 130,537,200 11,764,000 7,333,000 ' 417,634,557
9,758,300 16,736,100
183,000
44,071,660
46,000 179,449,958
57,618,740
474,952,880 297,355,680 99,848,700 151,976,100 11,947)000 7,379,000 1,643,550,335
90,406,400 135,172,500 11,779,500 7,337,000 1,471,571,662
421,173,990 256,301,380
41,054,300
167,500
9,442,300 16,803,600
42,000 171,978,673
53,778,890

Issued during current
year.
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49,668,460
30,611,860
32, 886, 720
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Issued
Redeemed...
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Issued
Redeemed
Outstanding.
Issued
Redeemed...
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Redeemed...
Outstanding.
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Redeemed...
Outstanding.
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Outstanding.
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Outstanding.
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Redeemed...
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Outstanding.
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Outstanding..
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Redeemed...
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169,677
806,348
363,329
169,677
810,808
358,869
169,677
813,727
355,950
,169,677
, 81.6,231
353,446
169,677
817,982
351,695
,169,677
,819,141
350,536
,169,677
,820,496
349,181
,169,677
,821,399
348,278
,169,677
,822,125
347,552
,169,677
,822,948
346,729
,169,677
,823,693
345,984
,169,677
,823,721
345,956
,169,677
,824,750
344,927
,169,677
,825,119
344,558
,169,677
,825,423
344,254
,169,677
,825,429
344,248
,169,677
,825,802
343,875

577,190,300
527,218,370
49.971,930
605', 475,540
5431392,670
62,082,870
630,757,720
568,047,950
62,709,770
652,869,420
587,176,685
65,692,735
682,044,800
606;223,735
75,821,065
715,811,820
642,879,715
72,932,105
744,880,780
670,888,605
73,992,175
771,540,360
696,080,655
75,459,705
793,221,520
722,857,925
70,363,595
811,372,680
751,107,035
60,265,645
836,516,480
775,033,700
61,482,780
868,388,540
806,107,560
62,280,980
902,281,700
840,173,505
62,108,195
950,007,240
876,515,625
73,491,615
1,006,305,860
915,147,420
91,158,440
1,079,440,160
959,165,950
120,274,210
1,165,615,720
1,034,454,335
164,470 131,161,385

15,495,038
15,316,106
178,932
15,495,038
15,319,508
175,530
15,495,038
15,321,664
173,374
15,495,038
15,323,762
171,276
15,495,038
15,325,066
169,972
15,495,038
15,326,004
169,034
15,495,038
15,326,836
168,202
15,495,038
15,327,570
167,468
15,495,038
15,327,982
167,056
15,495,038
15,328,632
166,406
15,495;038
15,329,064
165,974
15,495,038
15,329,078
165,960
15,495,038
15,329,872
165,166
15,495,038
15,330,116
164,922
15,495,038
15,330,328
164', 710
15,495,038
15,330,330
164,708
15,495;03§
15,330,568

491,530,600
437,176,700
54,353', 900
519,398,970
452,919,540
66,479,430
539,903,580
474,251,610
65,651,970
556,374,550
489,894,730
66,479,820
580,697,100
508,853,150
71,843,950
604,188,140
533,020,990
71,167,150
628,256,250
553,593,290
74,662,960
648,025,440
572,065,230
75,960,210
718,638,230
595,549,950
123,088,280
773,811,540
630,531,420
143,280,120
831,418,770
677,153,380
154,265,390
913,971,810
738,070,880
175,900,930
1,009,278,600
815,500,950
193,777,650
1,130,564,820
905,801,090
224,763,730
1,240,988,000
996,132,780
244,855,220
1,338,576,420
1,088,629,890
249,946,530
1,507,820,550
1,225,988,270
281,832,280

308,389,420
267,451,740
40,937,680
326,900,880
278,070,440
48,830,440
340,460,600
292,191,960
48,268,640
351,310,920
302,298,800
49,012,120
367,415,620
314,158,980
53,256,640
382,964,400
330,176,200
52,788,200
398,844,140
343,369,700
55,474,440
411,949,920
355,470,780
56,479,140
458,928,920
370,520,820
88,408,100
495,635,500
391,181,100
104,454,400
534,035,360
419,234,460
114,800,900
589,070,720
459,117,980
129,952,740
652,608,580
506,857,140
145,751,440
733,466,060
565,477,240
167,988,820
805,831,300
621,053,860
184,777,440
859,365,420
675,948,800
183,416,620
951,813,720
756,563,780
195,249,940

102,085,550
92,916', 700
9,16S,850
105,970,750
95,400,300
10,570,450
108,420,000
98,256,200
10,163,800
111,083.050
100,367; 300
10,715,750
113,923,900
102,940,650
10,983,250
117,184,950
106,399,050
10,785,900
120,684,300
109,191,200
11,493,100
123,193,200
111,900,000
11,293,200
131,381,650
115,194,750
16,186.900
135,738,100
119,005,900
16,732,200
139,790,950
123,843,700
15,947,250
145,720,550
129,280,850
16,433,700
152,628,650
134,915,750
17,712,900
160,202,500
141,735,300
18,467,200
167,811,650
148,214,600
19,597,050
171,765,950
154,378,950
17,387,000
178,149,200
160,616,150
17,533,050

156,315,100
139,439,800
16,875,300
163,949,500
143,918,400
20,031,100
168,740,100
149,084,000
19,606,100
173,825,100
152,911,100
20,914,000
179,480,200
157,615,700
21,864,500
185,939,200
164,254', 400
21,684,800
192,892,300
169,653,400
23,238,900
197,877,500
174,765,300
23,112,200
214,224,900
181,335,700
32,889,200
222,937,600
188,506,700
34,430,900
231,043,300
197,809,900
33,233,400
242,902,500
208,604,800
34,297,700
256,718,700
219,528,400
37,190,300
271,866,400
232,809,900
39,056,500
287,084,700
245,040,600
42,044,100
294,993,300
256,778,200
38,215,100
30?;759,800
268,432,600
39,327,200

11,947,000
11,794,000
153,000
11,947,000
11,807,500
139,500
11,947,000
11,817,500
129,500
11,947,000
11,824,000
123,000
11,947,000
11,828,500
118,500
11,947,000
11,836,500
110,500
11,947', 000
11,838,500
108,500
11,947,000
11,842,500
104,500
11.947,000
li;844,500
102,500
11,947,000
11,850,000
97,000
11,947,000
11,851,000
96,000
11,947,000
11,853,000
94,000
11,947,000
11,853,500
93,500
11,947,000
11,854,500
92,500
11,947,000
11,855,500
91,500
11,947,000
11,856,000
91,000
11,947,000
11,857,000
90,000

7,379,000
7,345', 000
34,000
7,379,000
7,346,000
33,000
7,379,000
7,348,000
31,000
7,379,000
7,350,000
29,000
7,379,000
7,351,000
28,000
7,379,000
7,351,000
28,000
7,379,000
7,351,000
28,000
7,379,000
7,351* 000
28,000
7,379,000
7,352.000
27', 000
7,379,000
7,354,000
25,000
7,379,000
7,354,000
25,000
7,379,000
7,354 000
25,000
7,379,000
7,355,000
24,000
7,379,000
7,355,000
24,000
7,379,000
7,355,000
24,000
7,379,000
7,355,000
24,000
7,379,000
7,355,000
24,000

1,693,501,685
1,521,464.764
172,036;921
1,779,686,355
1,570,985,166
208,701,189
1,846,272,715
1,639,132,611
207,140,104
1,903,453.755
1,689,962,608
213,491,147
1,981,552,335
1,747,114,763
234,437,572
2,064,079,225
1,834,063,000
230,016,225
2,143,548,485
1,904,033,027

239,515,458
2,210.577', 135
1.967,624,434
'242,952,701
2,374,385,935
2,042,805,752
331,580,183
2,497,486,135
2,137,687,735

359,798,400
2,630,795,575
2,250,432,897
380,362,678
2,818,044,835
2,398,547,869
419,496,966
3,031,506,945
2,574,338,867
457,168,078
3,304,097,735
2,779,703,890
524,393,845
3,566,012,225
2,982,955,511
'583,056,714
3,802,131,965
3,192,268,549
609,863,416
4,169,149,705
3,503,423,505
665,726,200

49,951,350
~86,"i84*676
66,586,360
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57,181,040

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78,098,580
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82,526,890
79,469,260
67,028,650

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123,"166,200
133,309,440

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213,462,110

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272,590,790
26i,9i4,490

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367 ,017, 740

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TABLE NO. 17.—Nationat-bank notes issued, redeemed, and outstanding, by denominations and amounts, on Oct. 31 in each year from 1864 to 1913,
to
inclusive—Continued,

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Year.

Issued
Redeemed...
Outstanding,
Issued
1910
Redeemed...
Outstanding
Issued
1911
Redeemed...
Outstanding
1912.... Issued
Redeemed..
Outstanding
1918.... Issued
Redeemed..
Outstanding
1909

Ones.

Twos.

Fives.

Tens.

Twenties.

Fifties.

One
hundreds.

$23,169,677 $15,495,038 $1,272,288,860 $1,693,765,660 11,054,878,380 $183,972,400 $319,406,200
22,826,064 15,330,716 1,131,221;365 1,390,491,960 850,232,020 167,358,900 281,807,200
164,322 141,067,495 303,273,700 204,646,360 16,613,500 37,599,000
343,613
23,169,677 15,495,038 1,366,609,160 1,890,019,780 1,164,476,700 189,895,450 331,262,300
22,826,067 15,330,718 1,231,172,215 1,569,044,870 945,981,980 173,448,200 293,973,000
164,320 135,436,945 320,974,910 218,494,720 16,447,250 37,279,300
343,610
23,169,677 15,495,038 1,476,866,320 2,104,691,810 1,282,892,640 195,863,250 341,881,700
22,826,067 15,330,718 1,331,383,455 1,779,556,520 1,062,212,360 179,697,100 305,893,500
164,320 145,482,865 325,135,290 220,680,280 16,166,150 35,988,200
343,610
23,169,677 15,495,038 1,587,187,420 2,321,433,180 1,401,706,060 202,812,100 351,445,350
22,826,090 15,330,726 1,447,190,380 1,991,343,450 1,174,373,280 185,453,950 316,369,100
164;312 139,997,040 330,089,730 227,332,780 17,358,150 35,076,250
343,587
23,169,677 15,495,038 1,695,254,560 2,538,961,960 1,520,196,340 211,971,750 360,778,050
22,826,090 15,330,726 1,549,262,050 2,208,178,850 1,290,247,360 192,357,200 327,410,700
164,312 145,992,510 330,783,110 229,948,980 19,614,550 33,367,350
343,587

Five
hundreds.
$11,947,000
11,858,000
89,000
11,947,000
11,859,000
88,000
11,947,000
11,859,000
88,000
11,947,000
11,859,500
87,500
11,947,000
11,860,000
87,000

One thousands.
$7,379,000
7;356,000
23,000
7,379,000
7,356,000
23,000
7,379,600
7,356,000
23,000
7,379,000
7,356,000
23,000
7,379,000
7,356,000
23,000

Total.

Issued during current
year.

$4,582,302,215 $413,152,510
........
3,878,482,225
703,819,990
5,000,244,105 4i7*94i,890
4,270,992,050
729,252,055 •
5,460,186,435
459,942,330
4,716,114,720
744,071,715 '"
5,922,574,825
5,172,102,476 "462,".388,"A66
750,472,349
6,385,153,375
5,624,828,976
760,324,399 462,578,550
•

NOTE 1.—First issue, Dec. 21,1863; first redemption, Apr. 5, 1865.
NOTE 2.—Circulation outstanding is exclusive of gold notes and nonpresented fractions.
NOTE 3.—Fractions not included.




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TABLE NO. 18.—National gold bank notes issued, redeemed, and outstanding Oct. 31, 1913.
Redeemed.

Denominations.
Fives
Tens
Twenties
Fifties
One hundreds..
Five hundreds..
One thousands.

Outstanding.

$346,885. 00
721,660.00
706, 460. 00
399,200. 00
801, 300. 00
340,500. 00
75,000. 00

Total
Unredeemed fractions.

3,465.240.00 j

117 255.00
24 810.00
16 120,00
5 650: 00
8 400. 00
2 000.00

3,391,005.00 |

74,235.00
104.50

Total.

74,339.50

TABLE NO. 19.—National-bank notes of each denomination outstanding on. Mar. 13, 1900,
and on Oct. 31, 1905 to 1913.
[Gold notes not included.]
Denomination.

Oct. 31, 1905.
1348,275.00
167,466.00
79,310; 710.00
79,378.160.00
58, 770, 660.00
11,784,150.00
24.103,400.00
104, 000.00
27,000.00
32,409.00

$344, 558.00
164, 922.00
73,491, 615.00
224, 763, 30. 00
167, 988, 820.00
18.467, 200. 00
39.056, 500.00
92, 500.00
24. 000.00
38, 739.50

$344, 254.00 !
$344,248.00
164, 710.00
164, 708. 00
91,158, 440. 00 120.274, 210.00
244,855, 220. 00 249,946, 530.00
184,777, 440.00 183,416, 620.00
19, 597, 050.00
17,387, 000.00
42,044, 100.00
38,215, 100.00
91, 500. 00
91. 000.00
24, 000.00
24, 000.00
40! 086.50
42, 025. 00

$343, 875.00
164. 470.00
131,161, 385.00
281,832, 280.00
195,249,940.00
17.533, 050.00
39,327,200.00
90, 000.00
24, 000. 00
44, 008. 00

583,096,800.50 609.905,441.50

665,770,203.00

46,163,630.50 47,252,852.00
536,933,169. 50 562,727,614. 00

39,065, 637.50
626, 779,350.00

Oct. 31, 1911.

Oct. 31, 1913,

lawful

money
Secured bv bonds
D enominat ion.
Ones
Twos
Fives
Tens
Twenties
Fifties
One hundreds
Five hundreds
One thousands
Fractions

Oct. 31, 1908.

38,004,155.00
34,394,779.00
216.022,075.00 ! 490,037,806. 00

Total.
by

Oct. 31, 1907.

I 254,026,230.00 j 524,432,584.50

Ones
Twos
Fives
Tens
Twenties
Fifties
One h u n d r e d s . .
Five hundreds..
One thousands.
Fractions

Secured

Oct. 31, 1906.

Oct. 31, 1909. ! Oct. 31, 1910.
$343, 613. 00
164, 322.00
141, 067, 495. 00
303,273, 700.00
204, 646, 360.00
16, 613, 500. 00
,
37,599, 000.00
89, 000.00
23, 000.00
45, 17.00

Total
Secured
by
lawful
money
Secured by bonds

Oct. 31, 19.12.

i
$343,610.00
!
164,320.00
; 135,436,945.00
320,974,910.00
218,494, 720. 00
j 16,447,250.00
37,279,300.00
88,000.00
23,000.00
j
47, 748. 50

$343. 587.00
$343, 610.00
164, 312. 00
164, 320.00
145, 482,865.00 139,997, 040. 00
325,135. 290.00 330,089. 730.00
220,680, 280.00 227,332, 780. 00
16,166, 150. 00 17,358, 150.00
35,988,200.00 35,076,250. 00
87, 500.00
88. 000.00
23, 000.00
23',000. 00
50, 918. 00
49, 504.00

$343, 587. 00
164, 312. 00
145,992, 510.00
330,783, 110.00
229,948, 980.00
19,614, 550. 00
33,367, 350. 00
87, 000.00
23, 000. 00
52. 375. 00

703,865,877.00 ! 729,299,803.50

744,121,219.00 750,523,267.00

760 376 774. 00

25,521.114.00 i 33,538,463.00
678,344,763.00 \ 695,761,340.50

28,065,375.00 22,179,543.00
716,058,844. 00 728,343, 724. 00

18 7 1 594. 00
6
741 615 180. 00

NOTE.—Beginning with Oct. 31, 1910, notes redeemed but not assorted included.




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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

TABLE NO. 20.-—National-bank notes outstanding and the amount and per cent of notes
of $5 on Mar. U, 1900, Oct. 31, 1900 to 1913.1
$5 notes.
Total
circulation.

Date.

Mar 14 1900
Oct 31,1900
Oct. 31,1901
Oct. 31, 1902
Oct 31, 1903
Oct 31, 1904
Oct 31 1905
Oct 31 1906
Oct 31, 1907
Oct. 31, 1908
Oct 31 1909
Oct 31, 1910
Oct. 31, 1911
Oct 31 1912
Oct 31 1913

Amount.

$254,026,230
331.580,183
359.798, 400
380,362, 678
419,496.966
457,168,078
524,393.845
583,056, 714
609,863.416
665, 726,200
703,819,990
729,252,055
744,121,219
750,523,267
760,376. 774

. .

Percent.

$79,310,710
70,363,595
60,265,645
61,482.780
62,280,980
62,108,195
73,491,615
91,158, 440
120.274,210
131,161,385
141,067,495
135,436,945
145,482.865
139.997,040
145.992,510

31.2
21.2
16.7
16.1
14.8
13.6
14.01
15. 63
19.72
19.70
20.05
18.57
19.55
18.65
19.2

i Gold notes not included.

TABLE NO. 21.—Amount and denominations of national-bank notes issued and redeemed
since the organization of the system and amounts outstanding Oct. 31, 1913.
Denominations.
Ones
.
Twos.
"Fives
lens
Twenties...
Fifties
One hundreds .
Fr*re hundreds
One thousands
Total.

Issued.

Redeemed.

Outstanding.

$23,169,677
15,495,038
1,695,254,560
2,538,961,960
1,520,196,340
211,971,750
360,778,050
11,947,000
7,379,000

$22,826,090
15,330,726
1,549,262,050
2,208,178,850
1,290,247,360
192,357,200
327,410,700
11,860,000
7,356,000

$343,587
164,312
145,992,510
330,783,110
229,948,980
19,614,550
33,367,350
87,000
23,000

6,385,153,375

5,624,828,976

760,324,399

NOTE.—Gold notes and fractions not included.

TABLE NO. 22.— Vault account of currency received and issued by this bureau during the
year and the amount on hand Oct. 31, 1913.
National-bank currency in vaults at close of business Oct. 31, 1912
$539,164,590
National-bank currency received from Bureau of Engraving and Printing during year ended
Oct. 31,1913
522,031,400
Total to account for
Amount issued to banks during the year
Amount withdrawn from vaults and' canceled
Total withdrawn
Amount in vault at close of business Oct. 31,1913




$462,578,550
17,831,330

1,061,195,990

480,409,880
580,786,110

REPORT OF THE COMPTKOLLER OF THE

CURRENCY.

123

T A B L E N O . 23.—National-bank nates received monthly for redemption by the Comptroller
of the Currency during the year ended Oct. 81, 19IS, and the amount received during the
same period at the redemption agency of the Treasury, together with the total amount
received since the approval of the act of June 20, 1874-l

Received by the Comptroller of the Currency.

From national banks
in connection
with reduction of circulation and
replacement
with new
notes.

Month.

From the redemption
agency.
Total.
Retirement
account.

20

November, 1912.
December, 1912..
January, 1913
February, 1913..
March, 1913
April, 1913
May, 1913
June, 1913
July, 1913
August, 1913
September, 1913.
October, 1913

For replacement with
new notes.

$28,639,047
29,829,813
42,695,900
37,626,610
37,051,427
37,214,305
39,022,403
36,616,605
34,130,953
30,923,250
31,579,145
40,134,772

SI,294,545
1,348,867
1,699,668
2,315,355
2,300,295
1,739,342
1,995,535
2,919,305
2,759,113
2,884,050
2,647,100
2,538,692

$29,937,422
31,188,380
44,496,568
40,06-1,035
39,501,092
39,261,497
41,345,258
39,636,220
36,892,376
33,807,342
34,226,245
42,673,484

1,110,822

425,474,230

26,441,867

$3,830
9,700
101,000
119,070
139,370
307,850
327,320
100,310
2,310
42

Total
Keceived from June 20, 1874, to
Oet. 31,1912

Received at
the United
States Treasury redemption agency.

$46-, 030,678
52,532,627
79,753,664
51,790,011
53,306,522
61,163,, 185
66,525,360
60,929,020
61,250,730
52,458,530
49,570,226
48,120,447
683,431,000
7,284,539,223

25,009,207 4,472,701,071 968,750,183 5,466,460,362

Grand total.

453,026,920

23,898,385 4,047,226,841 942,308,216 5,013,433,442

7,967,970,223

i Notes of gold banks not included in this table.
T A B L E N O . 24.—National-bank notes received at tins bureau and destroyed yearly since
the establishment of the system.

Date.
Prior to Nov. 1. 1865
During year ended Oct. 31—
1866
1867
1868
1869
1870
1871
1872
1873
1874. .
1875
1876
1877
1878
1879
1880
1881. .
1882
1883
1884.
1885
1886
1887
1888. .
1889
1890
1891.
1892




Amount.
$175, 490
.

.

1,050,382
3 401 423
4,602,825
8', 603,729
14,305,689
24,344,047
30,211,720
36,433,171
49,939, 741
137,697,696
98,672,716
76,918,963
57,381,249
41,101.830
35.539.660
54,941,130
74,917,611
82 91? 766
93,178 418
91,048,723
59 989 810
47,726.083
59,568,525
52,207,627
44,447,467
45,981,963
43,885.319

Date,
During year ended Oct. 31—Contd.
1893*.
1894
1895
1896
1897
1808
1899
1900
1901
1902
1903
1904
1905
1906
1907
1908. . .
1909
1910
1911
1912
1913. . .
Additional amount of insolvent a n d
liquidating national-bank notes
destroyed..
Gold notes
Total

I n addition, $45,715 destroyed in transit.

Amount.

$44,895,466
62,835,395
46,997,527
53,613.811
83,159,973
66,683,467
59,988,303
71,065,968
90,848,100
107,222, 495
140,306,990
167,118,135
195,194,785
191.102,985
197,932,847
231,128,140
348,159,995
359,496,000
4()Q Qor QRK

428 399 608
426,282,840
471,275,761
3,390,560
i 5,628,121,891

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T A B L E N O . 25.—National-bank notes issued during each year from 1864 to 19IS, inclusive; national-bank
notes destroyed of active banks, insolvent and liquidated banks,
and total destructions for each year during the same period, and also the percentage of
destructions to issues.
Destroyed.
Year ended
Oct. 31—

Issued.

$58,813,980
146,285,475
89,485,759
9,616,927
6; 165,135
8,376,450
16,667,875
48,660, 710
50,888,475
46,235,375
51, 766,644
136,025,195
78,480,410
75,611,240
63,825,205
58,376, 360
43, 787, 770
73,221,180
80,076,450
78,681,070
81.046,310
83,040,440
62,026,940
36, 756,100
49,668,460
30,611,860
32,886, 720
46,465, 820
49,951, 350
86,184,670
66,586,360
57,181,040
78,098,580
82,526, 890
79,469', 260
67,028, 650
163.808,800
123.100,200
133; 309,440
187,249, 260
213,462,110
272,590, 790
261, 914,490
236,119, 740
367,017,740
413,152,510
417,941,890
459,942,330
462,388,390
482,217,880

1864..
1865.,
1866.
1S67.,
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..
1S94..
1895..
1896..
1897..
1899.
1900.
1901.
1902.
1903.
1904.
1905.
1906.
1907.
1908*
1909.
1910.
1911.
1912.
1913.

Insolvent
and liquiActive banks. dating
banks.

$1,225,872
3,401.423
4,602,825
8,603,, 729
14,305,689
24,344,047
30,211,720
36,433,171
49,939,741
137,697;696
98,672,716
76,918,963
57,381,249
41,101,830
35,539,660
54,941,130
74,917,611
82,913,766
93,178,418
91,048, 723
59,989, 810
47, 726,083
59,568,525
52,207,627
44,447,467
45,981,963
43, 885,319
44,895,466
62, 835,395
46,997,527
53,613,811
83,159,973
66,683, 467
59,988,303
71,065, 968
90,848; 100
107,222,495
140,306,990
167,118,135
195,194, 785
191,102, 985
197,932,847
231,128,140
326,622,845
359,496.000
409,835,965
428,399, 608
426, 282,840

$272,383
207,639
540,176
164,888
227, 702
1, 700. 731
4,161,137
2,445, 355
1,388,671
3,937, 387
3,116,642
2,688.157
2,674, 586
1,794,172
1,320,706
1,403,470
3,101,028
5,990, 342
6,174,623
9,571, 733
15,919,552
18,368,936
22, 706, 700
15, 704,966
10, 733, 384
7,955,142
6,007,783
4,624, 936
5,312,050
3,832,470
3,538, 344
3, 788, 264
3,286,560
3,603,104
4.115, 350
4,033,883
5,522,667
7, 805, 620
8,663,918
10,148,380
12,142,389
11,378,202
80,024,833
48,433,196
33,011,015
35,284, 248
27,586, 735
26,441, 867

Total outstanding.

Total.

$464,250
1,034,005
3,609,062
5,143', 001
8,768,617
14,533,391
26,044,778
34,372,857
38,878,526
51,328,412
141,635,083
101,789,358
79,607,120
60,055, 835
42,896,002
36,860,366
56,344,600
78,018,639
88,904,108
99,353.041
100,620.456
75,909, 362
66,095,019
82,275, 225
67,912, 593
55,180,851
53,937,105
49,893,102
49,520, 402
68,147,445
50,829,997
57,152,155
86,948,237
69,970,027
63,591.407
75,181', 318
94,881,983
112,745,162
148,112,610
175.782,053
205,158,230
203, 245,374
209,311,049
311,152,973
375,056,041
392,507,015
445,120, 213
455,986,343
452, 724, 707

Per cent
destruc- Per cent
tions ac- destructions to
tive
banks to issues.
issues.

$58,813,980
204,635,205
- 0.52
293,086,959 1
299,094,824
35.36
300,116,958
74.64
299,724, 791
102.71
301,859,275
85.82
324,475,207
50.02
340,990, 825
59.36
348, 347,674
78.79
348,785,906
96.47
343,176,018
101.23
319,867,070
125.73
315,871,190
101.72
319,640,560
89.91
335,120,918
70.40
342,048,322
81.16
358,924,902
75.03
360,982,713
93.55
350,759,675
105.37
332,452,944
114.96
314,872,928
109.64
300;990,506
96.71
271,651,587
129.84
239,044,822
119.93
201, 744,089
170.54
179,449, 958
135.15
171,978,673
98.95
172,036,921
87.85
208,701,189
52.09
207,140.104
94.36
213,491,147
82.18
234, 437,572
68.64
230,016,225
100.76
239,515,458
83.91
242,952, 701
89.49
331, 580,183
43.38
359,798,400
73.80
380,362,678
80.56
419,496,966
74.93
457,295,565
78.29
524,408,249
71.54
583,171,985
72.96
609.905,441
83.83
665', 844,987
62.09
703,940,757
79.06
724,874,508
86.02
739,165, 313
89.10
749,348,559
92.64
760,451,009
88.40

0.65
37.52
83.42
104.68
87.19
53.52
67.54
84.08
99.15
104.12
129.70
105.28
94.09
73.48
84.18
76.95
97.42
112.99
122.58
121.17
122.38
179.82
165.65
221.86
167.79
116.08
99.88
57.45
102.34
88.89
73.18
105.35
88.04
94. 87
45.89
77.07
84.57
79.09
82.35
75. 2G
77.60
88.65
84.77
90.77
93.91
96.77
98.61
93.88

T A B L E N O . 26.— Vault account of currency received and destroyed during the year ended
Oct. 31, 1913.
There was in the vault of the redemption division of this office, awaiting destruction, at the
close of business Oct. 31,1913
$1.249,087.50
Received during the year ended Oct. 31,1913
453; 026,920.00
Total
W i t h d r a w n and destroyed during the year
Balance in v a u l t Oct. 31,1913




\

454,276,007.50
452, 724,707.50
1,551,300. 00

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125

TABLE NO. 27.— Taxes assessed national banks on deposits and capital (from 1864 to
1883) on circulation from, 1864 to 1913, on capital and surplus (war-revenue act of 1898)
from 1S98 to 190:2, and estimated corporation tax (act of 1909) from 1909 to 1913.
O n deposits.

Year.

O n capital.

capital and
O n circulation. O n surplus.

1864
. . .
$95,911.87
$18,432.07
1865
1,087,530.86
133,251.15
1866
2,633,102. 77
406,947.74
2,650,180.09
321,881.36
1867
2,564,143. 44
306,781. 67
1868
2,614.553.58
312,918.68
1869
. . .
2,614'. 767. 61 375,962. 26
1870
2,802,840. 85
385,292.13
1871
3,120,984.37
389,356. 27
1872
3,196,569. 29
454,891.51
1873
469,048.02
1874
.. . 3,209,967. 72
3,514,265. 39
507,417. 76
1875
3,505,129. 64
632,296.16
1876
3,451,965.38
660, 784. 90
1877
7
3 2 3 111 74
560,296.83
1878
401,920.61
3,309,668.90
1879
4,058, 710. 61 379.424.19
1880
4,940,945.12 1 431,233.10
1881..
i 8,295,717.93
707,751.33
1882
1883
!
1884
1885.
1886
1887
1888. . .
1889
1890
1891
1892
1893 .
. .
1894
1895
1896 .
. .
. .
1897
1898 .
1899
1900
1901 .
...
1902

$53,193.32
733,247. 59
2 106 785 30
2,868,636. 78
2,946,343.07
2,957,416. 73
2,949, 744.13
2,987,021.69
3,193,570.03
3,353,186.13
3,404,483.11
3,283, 450.89
3 091 795 76
2,900,957.53
2 948 047 08
3,009,647.16
3,153,635. 63
3,121,374. 33
3,190,981.98
3,132,006. 73
3,024,66S. 24
2,794,584.01
2 592 021. 33
2,044,922.75
1,616,127. 53
1,410,331. 84
1,254,839.65
1,216'104. 72
1,331,287.26
1,443,489.69
1,721,095.18
1,704,007.69
1,851,676.03
2,020,703. 65
1,901,817.71
1,991,743.31
1,881,922.73
1,599,231.08
1,633,309.15

1903
1904
1905
1906
1907
1908
1909
1910
1911
1912
1913

1,708,819.92
1,928,827.49
2,163, 882. 05
2,509,977.80
2,806,070.54
3 090 811.72
3,190,543.04 *
3,463,466.68
3,567,037. 21
3,690,313. 53
3,804,762. 29
Total

60,940,067.16
* To July 1, 1883.




7,855,-887.74 122,343,910. 79
2

$1,752,802.00
1,730,251.00
1,731,929.00
1,833,431.00
7,048,413.00

1,250,000.00
1,250,000.00
1,168,000.00
1,283,000.00
11,999,413.00

Corporation tax.

Total.
$167,537.26
1,954,029.60
5,146,835.81
5,840,698. 23
5,817,268.18
5,884,888.99
5,940,474.00
6,175,154.67
6,703,910.67
7,004,646.93
7,083,498.85
7,305,134.04
7 229 221 56
7,013.707.81
6,781', 455.65
(>, 721,236.67
7,591,770.43
8,493,552.55
12,194,451.24
3,132,006.73
3,024,668.24
2,794,584.01
2,592,021.33
2,044,922. 75
1,616,127.53
1,410,331.84
1,254,839.65
1,216,104. 72
1,331,287.26
1,443,489.69
1,721,095.18
1,704,007.69
1,851,676.03
2,020,703.65
1,901,817.71
3,744,545.31
3,612,173.73
3,33i;i60.08
3,466,740.15
1,708,819.92
1,928,827.49
2,163,882.05
2,509,977.80
2,806,070.54
3,090,811.72
4,440,543.04
4,713,466.68
4,735,037.21
4,973,313.53
3,804,762.29
203,139,278.69

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126

BEP0BT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY,

, TABLE N O . 28.— Taxes assessed on national-bank circulation, years ended June 36, 1864,
to 1918: cost of redemption, 1874 to 1913] cost of pfates and examiners1 fees, 1883 to
1913. y

Year. )

Semiannual
duty on
circulation.

Cost of j
redemption A s g e s s m e n t Assessment
of notes
for cost of for cost of
by the
plates,
United plates, new extended
banks.
banks.

Treasurer.
1804-1882.
1874-1882.
1883
1884
.1885
18S7.
1888.
1889.
1890.
1891.
1892.
1893.
1894.
1895.
1896.
1897.
.1900
1901
1002
1903.
1904
1905
1906
1907
1908
1909
1910
1011
1912
1913
Total

TS

Assessment
I for examTotal.

duplicate.

$52,253,518.24
$1,971,587.10
3,132,006.73 147,592.27 $25,980.00 $34,120.00
3,024,668.24 160,896.65
18,845.00
1,950.00
2,794,584.01 181,857.16
13,150.00
97,800.00
2,592,021.33 168,243.35
14,810.00
24,825.00
2,044,922.75 138,967.00
18,850.00
1,750.00
1,616,127.53 141,141.48
14,100.00
3,900.00
1,410,331.84 131,190.67
12,200.00
575.00
1,254,839.65 107,843.39
24,175.00
725.00
1,210,104. 72 99,366. 52 18,575.00
7,200.00
1,331,287.26 100,593.70
15,700.00
8,100.00
1,443,489.69 103,032.96
14,225.00
5,200.00
1 721,095.18 107,445.14
4,050.00
4,375.00
1,704,007.69 100,352.79
4,950.00!
6,875.00
1,851,676.03 114,085.63
5,450.00;
3,750,00
2,020,703.65 125,061.73|
3,050.00
1,700.00
1,901,817.71 125,924.35!
5,275.00
1,775.00
1,991, 743.31 121,291.40|
8,200.00
2,850.00
1,881,922. 73 122,984.76! 29,200.00! 15,050.00
1,599, 221.08 146,236.18
85,975.00! 13,500.00
1,633,309.15 153,796.33
43,200.00
14,425.00
1,708,819.92 174,477.62
54,475.00
40,325.00
1,928,827.49 219,093.13
45,500.00! 12,600,00
2,163, 882.05 247,973.26! 47,825.00! 64,800.00
2,509, 977.80 250,924.24
54,150. OOl 31,450.00
2,806, 070.54 233,650.52
76,275.00! 12,975.00
3,090, 811.72 270,840.21
48,450.00! 10,025.00
3,190, 543.04 396,743.15
31,475.00
10.800.00
3; 463,466.6S 134,093.10
55,125.00
17,500.00
3,567, 037.21 443,380.12
27,875.00' 22,375.00
3,690; 313.53 505,735.21
22,740.00! 28,190.00 $4,130.00
3,804, 762.29 1517,842.93
28,560.00! 19,805.00 6,975.00
122,343,910.79 8,264,244.05

872,410.00J

$52,253,518.24
1,971,587.10
3,434,305.16
3,306,001.94
3,195,172.90
2,907,172.51
2,314,709.63
1,897,046.87
1,685,023.30
1,524,355.75
1,480,215.63
1,617,664.64
1,728,392.24
2,088,932.11
2,054,437.75
2,212,765.17
2,373,374.30
2,260,237.33
2,368,988.33
2,308,322.35
2,122,748.33
2,152,027.11
2,302,696.51
2,552,915.94
2,912,787.70
3,243,268.27
3,554,128.71
3,849,524.68
4,140,489.26
4,494,223.81
4,552,936.38
4,777,278.5©
4,934,155.44

521,290.00 11,105.00 8,558,444.05140,571,403.89

i Cost of redemption per $1,000, $0.77293687.




$94,606.16
99,642.05
107,781. 73
107,272.83
110,219.88
121,777.86
130,725.79
136,772.71
138,969.39
161,983.68
162,444.59
251,966.79
238,252.27
237,803.51
222,858.92
225,445.27
244,903.62
259,104.86
277,816.07
307, 296. 63
324,598.97
346,895.32
388,307.39
396,766.23
425,157.65
429,397.75
510,928.07
524,039.03
492,269.05
526,169.76
556,210.22

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127

TABLE NO. 29.—Specie and bank-note circulation of the United States in the years specified
from. 1800 to 1859.
[Prepared by Loans and Currency Division, Treasury Department.]
i

Year.

1800
1810
1820
1830
1831
1832
1833....
1834....
1835....
1836....
1837....
1838....
1839....
1840....
1841....
1842....
1843....
1844....
1845....
1846....
1847....
1848....
1849....
1850....
1851....
1852
1853....
1854....
1855....
1856....
1857....
1858....
1859....

Number \ Estimated Estimated Total money
Specie in
of banks ! bank notes specie in
in. United Treasury.
United
States.
.ranches, ^standing. States.
b:
$10,500,000
28,000,000
44,800,000
61,000,000
77,000,000
91,500,000
91,500,000
506 94,839,570
704 103,692,495
713 140,301,038
788 149,185,890
829 116,138,910
840 135,170,995
901 106,968,572
784 107,290,214
692 83,734,011
691 58,563,608
696
75,167,646
707 89,608,711
707 105,552,427
715 105,519,766
751 128,506,091
782 114,743,415
824 131,366,526
879 155,165,251
171,673,000
750 188,181,000
1,208 204,689,207
1,307 186,952,223
1,398 195,74.7,950
1,416 214,778,822
1,422 156,208,344
1,476 193,306,818

$17,500,000
30,000,000
24,300,000
33,100,000
32,100,000
30,400,000
30,650,000
41,000,000
51,000,000
65,000,000
73,000,000
87,500,000
87,000,000
83,000,000
80,000,000
80,000,000
90,000,000
100,000,000
96,000,000
97,000,000
120,000,000
112,000,000
120,000,000
154,000,000
186,000,000
204,000,000
236,000,000
241,000,000
250,000,000
250,000,000
260,000,000
260.000,000
250,000,000

$28,000,000
58,000,000
69,100,000
93,100,000
109,100,000
121,900,000
122,150,000
135,839,570
154,692,495
205,301,038
222,185,890
203,638,910
222,170,995
189,968,572
187,290,214
163,734,011
148,563,608
175,167,646
185,608,711
202,552,427
225;519,766
240,506,091
234,743,415
285,366,526
341,165,251
375,673,000
424,181,000
445,689,207
436,952,223
445,747,950
474,778,822
415,208,344
443,306,818

i$1,500,000
13,000,000
1
2,000,000
5,755,705
6,014,540
4,502,914
2,011,778
11,702,905
8,892,858
15,000,000
15,000; ooo
15,000,000
2,466,962
3,663,084
987,345
230,484
1,449,472
7,857,380
7,658,306
9,126,439
1,701,251
8,101,353
2,184,964
6,604,544
10,911,646
14,632,136
21,942,893
20,137,967
18,931,976
19,909,325
17,710,114
6,398,316
4,339,276

Money in
Per
circulation. P o p u l a t i o n . ] ^ .

$26,500,000
55,000,000
•67,100,000
87,344,295
93,085,460
117,397,086
120,138,222
124,136,665
145,799,637
200,301,038
217,185,890
198,638,910
219,704,033
186,305,488
186,302,869
163,503,527
147,114,136
167,310,266
177,950,405
193,425,988
223,818,515
232,404,738
232,558,451
278,761,982
330,253,605
361,040,864
402,238,107
425,551,210
418,020,247
425,846,625
457,068,708
408,810,028
438,967,542

5,308,483
7,239,881
9,633,822
12,866,020
13,221,000
13,590,000
13,974,000
14,373,000
14,786,000
15,213,000
15,655,000
16,112,000
16,584,000
17,069,453
17,591,000
18,132,000
18,694,000
19,276,000
19,878,000
20/500,000
21,143,000
21,805,000
22,489,000
23,101,876
23,995,000
24,802,000
25,615,000
26,433,000
27,256,000
28,083,000
28,916,000
29,753,000
30,596,000

14.99
7.60
6.9t3
6.69
7.04
8-64
8.60
8.64
9.86
13.17
13.87
12.33
13.26
10.91
10.59
9.02
7.87
8.68
8.95
9.43
10.59
10.66
10.34
12.02
13.76
14.63
15.80
16.10
15.34
15.16
15.81
13.78
14.35

1 Specie in Treasury, estimated.

TABLE NO 30.—Coin and paper circulation of the United States from I860 to 1913,

inclusive, with amount of circulation per capita.
Coin,

Year Coin, including United States
bullion, and
CirculaTotal money. paper money Circulation. Population. tion pes;
bullion
notes and
ending
capita.
in Treasury,
bank notes.
June 30. in Treasury.
as assets.
1860
$235,000,000
1861.
250,000, GOO
1862
25,000,000
1863
25,000,000
1864
25,000,000
1865
25,000,000
1866
25,000,000
1867
25,000,#00
1868
25,000,000
1869
25,000,000
1870
25,000,000
1871......
25,000,000
1872
25,000,000
1873
25,000,000
1874......
25,000,000
1875
25.000,000
1876
52; 418,734
1877......
65,837,506
1878,
102,047,907
1879......
357,268,178
1880......
494,363,884
1881
647,868,682
1882
703,974,839
1883
769,740,048
1884.
801,068,939
1885
872,175,823
1886......
903,027,304
1887
1,007,513,901
1888
1,092,391,690


$207,102,477
202,005,767
333,452,079
649,867,283
680,588,067
745,398,620
729,430,711
703,334,669
692,336,115
691,471,653
698,940,094
719,539,283
740,960,724
751,363,213
781,024,781
773,273,509
738,264,550
697,216,341
687,743,069
676,372,713
691,186,443
701,723.691
705,423; 050
703,496,526
686,180,899
665,750,948
655.691,476
625,898,804
599.043,337



$442,102,477
452,005,767
358,452,079
674,867,283
705,588,067
770,398,620
754,430,711
728,334,669
717,336,115
716,471,653
723,940,094
744,539,283
765,960,724
776,363,213
806,024,781
798,273,509
790,683,284
763,053,847
789,790,976
1,033,640,891
1,185,550,327
1,349,592,373
1,409,397,889
1,473,236,574
1,487,249,838
1,537,926,771
1,558,718,780
1,633,412,705
1,691,435,027

$6,695,225
3,600,000
23.754,335

79J 473,245

35,946,589
55,426,760
80,839,010
66,208,541
36,449,917
50', 898,289
47,655,667
25,923,169
24,412,016
22,563,801
29,941,750
44,171,562
63,073,896
40,738,964
60,658,342
215,009,098
212,168,099
235,354,254
235,107,470
242,188,649
243,323,869
244,864,935
308,707,249
315,873,562
319,270,157

$435,407,252
448,405,767
334,697,744
595,394,038
669,641,478
714,971,860
673,591,701
662,126,128
680,886,198
665,573,364
676,284,427
718,616,114
741,548,708
753,799,412
776,083,031
754,101,947
727,609,388
722,314,883
729,132,634
818,631,793
973,382,228
1,114,238,119
1,174,290,419
1,231,047.925
1,243,925,969
1,393,061,836
1,250,011,531
1,317,539,143
1,372,164,870

31,443,321
32,064,000
32,704,000
33,365,000
34,046,000
34,748,000
35,469,000
36,211,000
36,973,000
37,756,000
38,558,371
39,555,000
40,596,000
41,677,000
42,796,000
43,951,000
45,137,000
46,353,000
47,598,000
48,866,000
50,155,783
51,316,000
52,495,000
53,693,000
54,911,000
56,148,000
57,404,000
58.680,000
59;974,000

$13.85
13.98
10.23
17.84
19.67
20.58
18.99
18.29
18.42
17.63
17.51
18.17
18.27
18.09
18.13
17.16
16.12
15.58
15.32
16.75
19.41
21.71
22.37
22.93
22.65
23.03
21.78
22.45
22.88

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY,

TABLE N O . 30.—Cain and paper circulation of the United States from 1860 to 191$,

inclusive, with amount of circulation per capita—Continued.
Coin,
bullion, and
Year Coin, including United States
notes and
bullion
ending
Total money. paper money Circulation.
in Treasury,
bank notes.
June 30. in Treasury.
as assets.
1889.
1890.
1891.
1892.
1893.
1894.
1895.
1896.
1897.
1898.
1899.
1900.
1901.
1902.
1903.
1904.
1905.
1906.
1907.
1908.
1909.
1910.
1911.
1912.
1913.

$558,059,979
$1,100,612,434
532,651,791
1,152,471,638
564,837,007
1,112,956,637
621,076,937
1,131,142,260
672,584,935
1,066,223,357
706,618,677
1,098,958,741
704,460,451
1,114,899,106
1,097,610,190
702,364,843
1,213,780,289
692,989,982
1,397,785,969
675,788,473
1,508,543,738
681,550,167
1,607,352,213
732,348,460
1,734,861,774
748,206,203
1,829,913,551
733,353,107
1,905,116,321
779,594,666
1,994,610,024
808,894,111
2,031,296,042
851,813,822
2,154,797,215
915,179,376
2,159,103,301
956,457,706
2,328,767,087 1,049,996,933
2,365,512,264 1,040,816,090
2,355,807,734 1,063,783,749
2,477,837,453 1,078,121,524
2,554,125,643 1,094,745,008
2,611,571,094 1,108,498,922

I, 658,672,413
1,685,123,429
1,677,793,644
1,752,219,197
1,738,808,292
1,805,577,418
1,819,359,557
1,799,975,033
1,906,770,271
2,073,574,442
2,190,093,905
2,339,700,673
2,483,067,977
2,563,266,658
2,684,710,987
2,803,504,135
2,883,109,864
3,069,976,591
3,115,561,007
3,378,764,020
3,406,328,354
3,419,591,483
3,555,958,977
3,648,870,651
3,720,070,016

$278,310,764 11,380,361,649
255,872,159 1,429,251,270
180,353,337 1,497,440,307
150,872,010 1,601,347,187
142,107,227 1,596,701,065
144.270,253 1,661,307,165
217;391,084 1,601,968,473
293,540,067 1,506,434,966
265,787,100 1,640,983,171
235,714,547 1,837,859,895
286,022,024 1,904,071,881
284,549,675 2,055,150,998
307,760,015 2,175,307,962
313,876,107 2,249,390,551
317,018,818 2,367,692,169
284,361,275 2,519,142,860
295,227,211 2,587,882,653
333,329,963 2,736,646,628
342,604,552 2,772,956,455
340,748,532 3,038,015,488
300,087,697 3,106,240,657
317,235,878 3,102,355,605
341,956,381 3,214,002,596
364,357,557 3,284,513,094
356,331,567 3,363,738,449

Circula-1
Population. tion per
capita. ;

61,289,000
62,622,250
63,844,000
65,086,000
66,349,000
67,632,000
68,934,000
70,254,000
71,592,000
72,947,000
74,318,000
76,303,387
77,754,000
79,117,000
80,487,000
81,867,000
83,260,000
84,662,000
86,074,000
87,496,000
88,926,000
90,363,000
93,983,000
95,656,000
97,337,000

$22.52
22.82
23.45
24.60
24.06
24.56
23.24
21.44
22.92
25.19
25.62
26.93
27.98
28.43
29.42
30.77
31.08
32.32
32.22
34.72
34.93
34.33
34.20
34.34
34.56

1.—specie payments were suspended from Jan. 1, 1862, to Jan. 1, 1879. During the greater part
NOTE; ]
of that period gold and silver coins were not in circulation except on the Pacific coast, where it is estimated
the specie circulation was generally about $25,000,000. This estimated amount is the only coin included
in the above statement from 1862 to 1875, inclusive.
NOTE 2.—In 1876 subsidiary silver again came into use, and is included in this statement, beginning with
that year.
NOTE 3.—The coinage of standard silver dollars began in 1878, under the act of Feb. 28,1878.
NOTE 4.—Specie payments were resumed Jan. 1,1879, and all gold and silver coins, as well as gold and
silver bullion in the Treasury, are included in this statement from and after that date.
NOTE 5.—The Director of the Mint recently made a revised estimate of the stock of gold coin, and as a
consequence of such revision the estimated stock of gold in Uie United States and of gold coin in circulation has been reduced $135,000,000 in thefiguresfor 1907.
NOTE 6.—There was a reduction as of June 30, 1910, of $9,700,000 of subsidiary silver coin as a result of
the revision of stock by the Mint Bureau.
NOTE 7.—This table has been revised and shows slight changes from previous figures in many of the
items.

TABLE NO. 31.—State-bank notes outstanding, total money in United States, and percentage of bank notes to total money, from 1800 to 1863, inclusive.

Year.

1800
1810
1820
1830
1831
1832
1833
1834
1«35
1836
1837
1838
1839
1840
1841
1842
1843
1844
1845

Per cent
bank
Total money Estimated
bank notes notes to
in United
outstanding.
total
States.
money.
$28,000,000
58,000,000
69,100,000
93,100,000
109,100,000
121,900,000
122,150,000
135,839,570
154,692,495
205,301,038
222,185,890
203,638,910
222,170,995
189,968,572
187,290,214
163,734,011
148,563,608
175,167,646
185,608,711

$10,500,000
28,000,000 "
44,800,000
61,000,000
77,000,000
91,500,000
91,500,000
94,839,570
103,692,495
140,301,038
149,185,890
116,138,910
135,170,995
106,968,572
107,290,214
83,734,011
58,563,608
75,167,646
59,608,711

1
 paper currency, $149,652,079.
Other


37.50
48.27
64.83
65.54
70.57
75.06
74.90
69.81
67.01
68.33
67.14
57.03
60.84
56.30
57.28
51.13
39.39
42.91
48.27

Year.

1846
1847
1848
1849
1850
1851
1852
1853
1854
1855
1856
1857
1858
1859
1860
1861
1862
1863

Total money Estimated
bank notes
in United
outstanding.
States.

$202,552,427 $105,552,427
225,519,766
105,519,766
240,506,091 128,506,091
234,743,415 114,743,415
285,366,526
131,366,526
341,165,251 155,165,251
375,673,000
171,673,000
424,181,000
188,181,000
445,689,207
204,689,207
436,952,223
186,952,223
445,747,950
195,747,950
474,778,822 214,778,822
415,208,344 155,208,344
443,306,818 193,306,818
460,102,477
207,102,-477
452,005,767
202,005,767
358,452,079 i 183,800,000
674,867,283 2 238,700.000
2

Other paper currency, $411,167,283.

52.11
46.78
53.43
48.87
46.03
45.48
45.69
44.36
45.92
42.78
43.91
45.23
37.38
43.60
45.01
44.69
51.27
35.37

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129

TABLE NO. 32.— Total money in United States, national-bank notes outstanding, and
percentage of bank notes to total money, on June SO, 1864 to 1913, inclusive.

Total money in Nationalbank
United States. circulation.1

Year.

1864
1865
1866
1867
1868
1869
1870
1871
1872
1873
1874
1875
1876
1877
1878
1879.
1880
1881
1882
1883
1884
1885......
1886
1887
1888

Percentage of
nationalbank circulation
to total
currency.

$58,813,980
204,635,205
293,086,959
299,094,824
300,116,958
299,724,791
301,859,275
324,475,207
340,990,825
348,347,674
348,785,906
343,176,018
332,998,336
317,048,872
324,514,284
329,691,697
344,505,427
355,042,675
358,742,034
356,815,510
339,499,833
319,069,932
309,010,460
279,217,788
252,362,321

$705,588,067
770,398,620
754,430,711
728,334,669
717,336,115
716,471,653
723,940,094
744,539,283
765,960,724
776,363,213
806,024,781
798,273,509
790,683,284
763,053,847
789,790,976
1,033,640,891
1,185,550,327
1,349,592,373
1,409,397,889
1,473,236,574
1,487,245,838
1,537,926,771
1,558,718,780
1,633,412,705
1,691,435,027

1

8.33
26.56
38.85
41.07
41.84
41.83
41.70
43.58
44.52
44.87
43.27
42.99
42.11
41.55
41.09
31.89
29.06
26.31
25.45
24.29
22.83
20.75
19.83
17.09
14.92

Year

1S89...
1890...
1891...
1892...
1893...
1894...
1895...
1896...
1897...
1898...
1899...
1900...
1901...
1902...
1903...
1904...
1905...
1906...
1907...
1908...
1909...
1910...
1911...
1912...
1913...

Percentage of
National- nationalTotal money in
bank 1 bank cirUnited States.
circulation. culation
to total
currency.
$1,658,672,413 $211,378,963
1,685,123,429 185,970,775
1,677,793,644 167,927,574
1,752,219,197 172,683,850
1,738,808,292 178,713,692
1,805,977,418 207,353,244
1,819,359,557 211,691,035
1,799,975,033 226,000,547
1,906,770,271 231,441,686
2,073,574.442 227,900,176
2,190,093,905 241,350,871
2,339,700,673 309,640,443
2,483,067,977 353,742,186
2;563,266,658 356,672,091
2,684,710,987 413,670,650
504,135 449,235,095
109,864 495,719,807
3,069,976,591 561,112,360
561,007 603,788,690
3,115,
3,378,764,020 698,333,917
3,406,328,354 68.9,920,074
3,419,591,483 713,430,733
3,555,958,977 728,194,508
3,648, 870,651 745,134,992
3,720,070,016 759,157,906

12.74
11.04
10.01
9.86
10.28
11.48
11.63
12.55
12.14
10.99
11.02
13.23
14.25
13.91
15.41
16.02
17.19
18.28
19.38
20.67
20.25
20.86
20,47
20.42
20.41

Oct. 31, 1864 to 1875; June 30, 1876 to 1913.

TABLE NO. 33.—Per cent of the various kinds of currency and instruments of credit,
together with total per cent of instruments of credit, as shown by the daily receipts of
banks on the dates indicated.

Classification.

June 30, Sept. 17,
1881
1881
(2,132
(1,966
banks). banks).

Julv 1,
1890
(3,364
banks).

Sept. 17, Sept. 15, May 15,
1890
1892
1894
(3,474
(3,473
(2,465
banks). banks). banks).

July 1, Mar. 16,
1909
1896
(5,530 1 (11,4922
banks). banks).

Per cent. Per cent. Per cent. Per cent. Per cent. Per cent. Per cent. Per cent.
Gold coin
0.60
1.13
0.88
0.60
1.38
0.89
0.65
Silver coin
.11
.40
.32
.43
.50
.16
.17
Gold Treasury cer!
tificates . . .
1.52
l.SS 1
Silver Treasury cer1
3.00 ;
1.53
tificates
1.81 I
i Ml. 10
Legal-tender notes... \
2.34 | <5.10
1
1.87
4.90
|
6.30
4.36 \
4.06
1.34
National-bank notes..
1.25
United States certificates of deposit for
.12
.03
legal-tender notes ..
94.10
3 58. 90
44.90
51.58
46. 79
91.85
Checks, drafts, etc
91.77
Clearing-house certifi.74
2.24
cates
3.36
1.04
I 43.82 !
92.60
Exchanges for clear46,06
ing house
38. 68
.50
.04
Miscellaneous
Total
Per cent of instruments of credit

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

95.10

94.10

92. 50

91.00

90.60

100.00
(3)

1
Includes 2,056 other than national banks.
2
Includes 6,040 other than national banks.
3
Based solely on transactions with retail merchants.
1

Includes 0.67 per cent currency certificates.

13420°—CUR 1913-




100.00

100.00

92.60

94.10

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TABLE NO. 34.— United States bonds on deposit to secure circulating notes of national
banks for the years ended Oct. 81, from 1900 to 1913.
United States bonds held as security for circulation.
Year.

1900....

1901....

1902....

1903....

1904

1905

1906....

1907....

1908....

1909....
1910....
1911....
1912....
1913....

Number of 2 per cent
banks. consols of
1930.

4 per cent
bonds.

3 per cent
bonds.

5 per cent
bonds.

Total.

United
States
bonds held
for other
purposes
at nearest
date.

Grand
total.

Consols of
f $1,019,950
1907,
L o a n of L o a n of
I Consols of $13,544,100 1898, 3 per 1904,5 per [$301,123,580
3,871 1 1930,
$113,859,250 $414,982,830
Loan of
cent,
cent,
[270,006,600
1895,
$7,756,580 SI,293,000 )
7,503,350
Consols of
f
12,500
1907,
6,032,000
4,221 jConsols of Loan of
3,983,780
268,900 329,833,930 115,003,660 444,837,590
1 1930,
1316,625,650
1895,
2,911,100
Consols of
1907,
4,601 320,73S,00O 8,248,450
6,056,720 1,100,900 338,352,670 132,693,250 471,045,920
Loan of
1895,
2,208,600
Consols of
1907,
5,147 376,003,300 2,979,200
1,797,580
718,650 382,726,830 141,177,680 523,904,510
Loan of
1895,
1,410,100
Consols of
1907,
5,495 416,972,750 5,857,500
1,922,940
426,544,790 121,812,810 548,357,600
L o a n of
1895,
1,791,600
Consols of
1907,
5,858 483,181,900 4,050,3.50
2,215,540
493,912,790 73,888,980 567,801,770
L o a n of
1895,
4,465,000
Consols of
f2 per cent
1907,
6,225 492,170,650 25,124,650
3,273,700 J Panama • 539,653,180 104,759,730 644,412,910
1 Canal,
Loan of
[ 14,482,080
1895,
4,602,100
Loan of
6,620 532,543,650
1895,
6,490,080 17,245,380 507,011,910 103,019,490 670,014,400
. 10,732,900
38,558,680
13,936,500
Certifi6,873 554,700,700 14,960,450 10,468,520 ^cates of in- • 632,624,850 89,033,690 721,658,540
debtedness 3 per
cent.
2 per cent
[4 per cent 1 3 per cent
1936 and
1938,
7,025 573,328,450 Jloan of [ 1908-1918, 1 Panama • 079,545,740 62,367,940 741,913,680
1 1925,
I 15,463,050 I 14,575,560
Canal,
76,178,680
7,218 580,145,400 21,022,650
15,337,540 .78,420,480 694,926,070 62,414,310 757,340,380
7,331 593,006,600 22,854,300
18,199,380 80,110,040 714,170,320 59,013,840 773,184,160
7,428 601,762,600 26,817,000 20,419,220 81,258,460 730,257,280 47,059,500 777,314,780
7,514 604,264,950 35,302,700 22,245,100 81,701,240 713,513,990 113,218,833 856,732,823




T A B L E N O . 35.—Profit on national-bank

circulation, based on a deposit of $100,000 United States consols of 1930, loan of 1925, and Panama
at the average net price, monthly, during the year ended Oct. 31, 1913.

Canal

loan,

CONSOLS OF 1930.
Receipts.
Cost of
bonds.

Date.

Circulation obtainable.

Deductions.

Interest
Interest on circu- Gross relation at ceipts.
on bonds.
6 per cent.

Tax.

Expenses.

Net receipts.

Sinking
fund.

Total.

Interest on
cost of
bonds at 6
per cent.

Profit on circulation
in excess of 6 per
cent on the investment.

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Per cent.

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1912.
$101,220
101,150

$100,000
100,000

$2,000
2,000

$6,000
6,000

$8,000
8,000

$500
500

$62.50
62.50

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

6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000

8,000
8,000
8,000
8,000
8,000
8,000
8,000
8,000
8,000
8,000

500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500

62. 50
62.50
62.50
62.50
62.50
62.50
62.50
62.50
62.50
62.50

41.98
38.14
29.90
10.85
7.42

1913.
January
February
March
April
May
.
June
July
August
September
October

.

$602.69
600.68

$40.19
38.18

101, 255
101,131
100,880
100, 317
100,215
100,000
97, 900
98, 770
98,145
96,635

November
December

604.48
600. 64
592. 40
573.35
569. 92
562.50
488. 86
519. 04
496. 44
441.71

- 73.64
— 43.46
- 66.06
-120. 79

$7,397.31
7,399.32
7,395.52
7, 399.36
7,407.60
7,426.65
7,430. 08
7,437. 50
7,511.14
7,480. 96
7,503. 56
7,558.29

$0,073.20
6,069.00
6,075.30
6,067. 86
6,052.80
3,019.02
6,012.90
6,000.00
5,874.00
5,926.20
5,888. 70
5,798.10

$1,374.11
1,330.32
1,320.22
1,331.50
1,354. 80
1,407.63
1,417.18
1,437.50
1,637.14
1,554. 76
1,614.86
1,760.19

1.308
1.315
1.303
1.317
1.343
1.403
1.414
1.438
1.673
1.574
1.645
1.821

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W
1912.
November
December
1913.
January
February.
March
April
May
June
July
August
September..
October




!
I $114,000
j 113,945

$100,000
100,000

$4,000
4,000

$6,000
6,000

$10,000
10,000

$1,000
1,000

$62.50
62.50

100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100, 000
100,000
100,000
100,000

4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000

6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000

10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000

1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000

62.50
62. 50
62.50
62.50
62. 50
62. 50
62.50
62.50
62.50
62.50

I
113,834
114,074
114,081
113,885
114,180
114,000
112,140
111,065
110,520
109,877

$8,155.50
8,150. 79

$6,840.00
6,836.70

1,850.02 ! 8,149.98
1,871.74 ' 8,128. 26
1,880.05
8,119. 95
1,876.63
8,123.37
1,900.95
8,099.05
1,899. 74
8,100.26
1,795.74
8,204. 26
1,737.54
8,262.46
1,716.91
8,283.09
| 1,677.31
8,322.69

6,830.04
6,844. 44
6,844. 86
6,833.10
6,849. 60
6,840.00
6,728. 40
6,663.90
6,637. 20
6,592.02

$782.00 '$1,844.50
786.71 i 1,849.21
78: 52
809. 24
817. 55
814. 13
838.
837.
732.
675.
654.
614. 81

;
I
|
!

$ 1,315.50
L, 314.09

1.154
1.154

1,319.94
1,283.82
L, 275. 09
L, 290.27
1,249. 45
1,260.26
L, 475. 86
L, 598. £6
L, 645. 89
1,730.07

1.160
1.125
1.118
1.133
1.094
1.105
1.316
1.439
1.488
1.575

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at the average net price, monthly, daring the year ended Oct. 31, 1913—Continued.

OP

to

PANAMA CANAL LOAN OF 1916-1936.
Receipts.
Date.

November.
December.

Cost of
bonds.

Deductions.

Circulation obInterest
tainable. Interest on circu- Gross reon bonds. lation at ceipts.
6 per cent.

Net receipts.

Profit on circulation
in excess of 6 per
! Interest on ; cent on the investI cost of i ment.
I bonds at 6 i
; per cent, j Amount, i Percent.
I

Expenses.

Sinking
fund.

$500
500

$62.50
62.50

$23.14
20.61

$585. 64
583.11

$7,414.36 i
7,416.89

500
500
500
5(X)
500
5(X)
500
500
500
500

62.50
62.50
62.50
62. 50
62. 50
62. 50
62.50
62.50
62.50
62.50

20.65
20.38
16.03
13.06
11.83
1.61
-51.37
-43.55
- 5 4 . 75
-70.33

583.15
582.88
578.53
575. 56
574.33
564.11
511.13
518.95
507.75
492.17

7,416.85
7,417.12
7,421.47
7,424.44
7,425.67
7,435.89
7,488/87
7,481.05
7,492.25
7,507.83

Tax.

Total.

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H

1912.

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




$101,201
101,063

$100,000
100,000

$2,000
2,000

$6,000
6,000

101,058
101,037
100,813
100,656
100.590
100,080
97,520
97,870
97,340
96,606

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, (XX)
2,000

0,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6, 000
6,000

$8,000
8,000

8,000
8,000
8,000
8,000
8,000
8,000
8, (XX>
8,000
8,000
8.000

$6,072.06 i $1,342.30
6,063.78 • 1,353.11 i
6,063.
6,062.
6.048.
6,039.
6.035.
6,004.
5,851.
5,872.
5,840.
5/796.

1,353.37
1,354.90
1,372.69
1,385.08
1,390.27
1,431.09
1,637.67
1,608.85
1,651.85
1,711.47

1.320
1.339
339
341
362
376
382
430
679
644
697

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133

TABLE NO. 36.—National banks placed in liquidation from Nov. U 1912., to Oct. 31, 1913,

the names, where known, of succeeeding banks in cases of succession, together with date of
liquidation, capital, and circulation issued and outstanding.
Circulation.
I Date of liqui!
da t ion.

Name and location of bank.

Capital.
f-ssucd.

Farmers and Traders National Bank of Clearfield,
Pa. (8464); absorbed by Clearfield Trust Co.,-Clearfield, Pa
Nov. 11,1912
First National Bank of Wilmington, Del. (473); absorbed by Wilmington Trust Co., Wilmington, Del.. Nov. 16,1912
National Bank of Wilmington and Brandywine, Wilmington, Del. (1190); absorbed by Wilmington Trust
Co., Wilmington, Del
State National Bank of Boston, Mass. (1028); absorbed
by Merchants National Bank of Boston, Mass
Nov. 9,1912
Farmers National Bank of York, Nebr. (7821); consolidated with First National Bank of York. Nebr... Nov. 19,1912
National German-American Bank of St. Paul, Minn.
(2943); consolidated with Merchants National Bank
Nov. 27,1912
of St. Paul, Minn
City National Bank of Gloucester, Mass. (2292); absorbed by Gloucester Safe Deposit and Trust Co.,
Gloucester, Mass
do
First National Bank of Tifton, Ga. (6542); consolidated
with National Bank of Tifton, Ga
.do.
Bonham National Bank of Fairbury, Nebr. (8995);
consolidated with First National Bank of Fairbury,
Nebr
Dee. 2,1912
Eliot National Bank of Boston, Mass. (536); absorbed
by National Shawmut Bank of Boston, Mass
Nov. 29,1912
Con way, Gordon and Garnett National Bank of Fredericksburg, Va. (5268); absorbed by Farmers and
Merchants State Bank of Fredericksburg. Va
Nov. 20,1912
Kewanee National Bank, Kewanee, 111. i (4854); succeeded by Kewanee State Savings Bank and Trust
Co., Kewanee, 111
Dec. 12,1912
Coon Rapids National Bank, Coon Rapids, Iowa (6080). Dec. 3', 1912
Citizens National Bank of Austin, Minn.i (4847); succeeded by Farmers and Merchants State Bank of
Austin, Minn
Dee. 20,1912
Lake Charles National Bank, Lake Charles, La. (6088);
succeeded by Lake Charles Trust and Savings Bank,
Lake Charles, La
Dee. 31,1912
American National Bank of El Paso, Tex. (7530); condo
solidated with First National Bank of El Paso, Tex.
First National Bank of Hendersonville, N. C. (8837);
absorbed by Wanteska Trust and Banking Co. of
Hendersonville, N. C , which changed its title to
Jan.
1,1913
First Bank and Trust Co., Hendersonville. N. C
First National Bank of New Point, Ind. (8408); sucdo
ceeded by First State Bank of New Point, Ind
Citizens National Bank of Havre, Mont. (9440); abJan. 2,1913
sorbed by Havre National Bank, Havre, Mont
Second National Bank of St. Paul, Minn. (725); consolidated with First National Bank of St. Paul, Minn. Dec. 31,1912
Merchants National Bank of Baltimore, Md. (1336);
consolidated with National Mechanics Bank of Baltimore, Md., which changed its title to The Merchantsdo
Mechanics National Bank of Baltimore, Md
Farmers National Bank of White, S. Dak. (7134); consolidated with First National Bank of White, S. Dak. Jan. 7,1913
First National Bank of Maiden, Wash. (9351); absorbed by Farmers and Merchants State Bank of
Maiden, Wash
Jan. 4,1913




§100,000

«89,200

$32,310

500,000

95,999

41,714

200,010

99,902

47,367

2,000,000

56,810

43,690

50,000

50,000

1,000,000

100,000

150,000

144,000

5H7 945

50,000

50,000

20,000

00,000

50,000

1,000,000

772,930

332,780

50,000

50,000

22,450

75,000
25,000

69,050
24,500

35,450
13,200

50,000

47, 700

28,050

100,000

95,300

50,500

300,000

141,300

75,300

100,000

4S, 997

22,247

25,000

8,500

5,250

50,000

12,500

6,550

400,000

313,000

1,500,000

6-50,000

25,000

12,500

25,000

9,500

5,050

2,1913

25,000

24,100

14,650

Dec. 10,1912

40,000

9,700

4,700

Jan. 25,1913

25,000

6,000

2,750

Feb. 1,1913

200,000

173,100

97,400

Feb. 3,1913

200,000

195,800

85,150

Feb. 1,1913

25.000

5,950

3,300

Dec. 31,1912

250,000

154,250

66,800

; Jan.
dated with Citizens State Bank of Toyah, Tex
First National Bank of Hawley, Tex. (8535); succeeded
by First State Bank of Hawley, Tex
Broadway National Bank of St. Louis, Mo. (9460); succeeded by Broadway Bank of St. Louis, Mo
National Bank of Commerce in Los Angeles, Cal. (8117);
absorbed by Home Savings Bank of Los Angeles, Cal.
Farmers National Bank of Windsor, Colo. (9120); post
office, New Windsor, Colo
National Market Bank of Brighton, Boston, Mass.
(806); succeeded by Market Trust Co. of Brighton,
Mass

Outstanding.

L Expired by limitation.

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TABLE KO. 36.—National banks placed in liquidation from Nov. 1, 1912, to Oct. 31, 1913,
the names, where knoivn, of succeeding banks in cases of succession, together viiih date of
liquidation, capital, and circulation issued and outstanding—Continued.
Circulation.
Date of liquidation.

Name and location of bank.

Capital.
Issued.

Ada National Bank, Ada, Okla. (5633); absorbed by
First Nat ional Bank of Ada, Okla
Palestine National Bank, Palestine, Tex. (4436); absorbed by lloyall National Bank of Palestine, Tex...
American National Bank of Lynchburg, Va. (7308);
succeeded by United Loan and Trust Co. of Lynchburg, Va
Farmers National Bank of Haskell, Tex. (7825); succeeded by Farmers State Bank of Haskell, Tex
First National Bank of Wilburton, Okla. (6890): absorbed by Latimer County National Bank of Wilburton, Okla
National Bank of Summit, Miss. (9753); succeeded by
Progressive National Bank of Summit, Miss
First National Bank of Mahnomen, Minn. (8726); succeeded by State Bank of Mahnomen, Minn
First National Bank of Warner, Okla. (8809); succeeded
by First State Bank, Warner, Okla
Yough National Bank of Conn ells ville, Pa. (4861); consolidated with First National Bank of Connellsville,
Pa
First National Bank of Sykesville, Md. (8578); consolidated with Sykesville National Bank, Sykesville,
Md
First National Bank of Arlington, Mass. (4664); succeeded by Menotomy Trust Co. of Arlington, Mass..
First National Bank of Wautoma, Wis. (7136); absorbed by Wautoma State Bank, Wautoma, Wis...
Farmers and Merchants National Bank of Franklin,
Ky. (7402); absorbed by McElwain-Meguiar Bank
and Trust Co. of Franklin, Ky
First National Bank of Lone Oak, Tex. (6605); succeeded by Guaranty State Bank of Lone Oak, Tex ...
National Bank of Barre, Vt. (2109); succeeded by
Quarry Savings Bank and Trust Co. of Barre, Vt
National Exchange Bank of Lynchburg, Va. (2506);
consolidated with Lynchburg National Bank,
Lynchburg, Va
Babylon National Bank, Babylon, N. Y. * (4906); succeeded by Babylon National Bank, Babylon, N. Y.
(10358)
First National Bank of Dickens, Tex. (8303); absorbed
by Spur National Bank, Spur, Tex
First National Bank of Victoria, Tex. (4184); succeeded
by Victoria National Bank, Victoria, Tex
First National Bank of Pittsburgh, Pa. (48); consolidated with Second National Bank of Pittsburgh, Pa.
First National Bank of Aubrey, Tex. (7495); succeeded
by First Guaranty State Bank of Aubrey, Tex
Shelbina National Bank, Shelbrna, Mo. (9137); succeeded by Old-Bank Trust Co. of Shelbina, Mo
Benton County National Bank of Prosser, Wash.
(9417); absorbed by Prosser State Bank, Prosser,
Wash
First National Bank of Quincy, WTash. (9102); succeeded by Quincy Valley State Bank, Quincy, Wash
Commercial National Bank of Abilene, Tex. (7944);
absorbed by First State Bank and Trust Co. of Abiline, Tex
Citizens National Bank of Williston, N. Dak. (8324);
consolidated with First National Bank of Williston,
N. Dak
Oklahoma National Bank of Muskogee, Okla. (10113);
absorbed by Exchange National Bank of Muskogee,
Okla
Central National Bank of Frederick, Md. (1138); succeeded by Central Trust Co. of Frederick, Md
Aetna National Bank of New York, N. Y. (7450); consolidated with Broadway Trust Co., New York, N. Y.
First National Bank of Garden Grove, Iowa (5464);
succeeded by C. S. Stearns Commercial Bank,
Garden Grove, Iowa
Citizens National Bank of Milford, Ohio (8188); consolidated with Milford National Bank, Milford, Ohio.




1

Dec.

Outstand
ing.

30,1912

$50,000

$12,000

$6, 750

Jan. 21,1913

50,000

48,897

26,047

Feb.

17,1913

300,000

286,597

125,6S7

Feb.

12,1913

31,000

25,000

12,000

Dec.

14,1912

25,000

12,500

4, 750

Mar. 1,1913

30,000

12,000

7,450

25,000

23,950

14,600

2,1913

25,000

15,510

12,110

Mar. 3,1913

75,000

75,000

do
Mar.

Jan.

16,1913

25,000

6,250

Mar.

18,1913

50,000

11,395

5,745

Mar.

26,1913

25,000

11,250

7,300

Apr.

1,1913

25,000

24,000

16,200

Mar.

3; 1913

25,000

5,950

3,900

Apr.

5,1913

100,000

69,600 I

48.850

Apr.

8,1913

250,000

i
250,000 !.

Apr., 13,1913

50,000

12,500 I

5,900

Mar.

26,1913

25,000

2,550

Apr.

15,1913

150,000

6,250 !
I

Apr.

19,1913

1,000,000

103,295 I

77,695

Apr.

14,1913

30,000

Apr.

28,1913

30,000

1,000,000 |
23.800 !

17,800

28,300 |

20,200

25,000

5,960

4, 210

May

15,1913

25,000

5,947

4,347

May

10,1913

75,000

74,000

41,350

May

9,1913

50,000

12,500 !

do

May

5,1913

100,000

23,750

14,450

June

2,1913

150,000

148,200 j

103,600

June

5, 1913

500,000

287,900

160,600

June 11,1913

25,000

June 17,1913

40,000

Expired by limitation.

24,200 |
i
40,000 \

20,050
33,100

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

135

TABLE NO. 36.—National banks placed in liquidation from Nov. 1, 1912, to Oct. SI, 1913,
the names, where known, of succeeeding banks in cases of succession, together with date of
liquidation, capital, and circulation issued and outstanding—Continued.
Circulation.
Name and location of bank.

First National Bank of Decatur, Ala. (3699); succeeded
by City National Bank of Decatur, Ala
National Bank of Newark, Del. (1536); succeeded by
Farmers Trust Co. of Newark, Del
First National Bank of Goldfield, Nev. (9078)
First National Bank of Canadian, Okla. (9993); succeeded by Canadian State Bank, Canadian, Okla
Middlesex County National Bank of Winchester,
Mass. (5071); succeeded by Winchester Trust Co.,
Winchester, Mass
Farmers and. Merchants National Bank of Salisbury,
Mo. (8359); absorbed by Peoples Bank of Salisbury,
Mo
Southern National Bank of Merkel, Tex. (10052); consolidated with Farmers State Bank of Merkel, Tex..
First National Bank of Westport, Conn. (394); succeeded by Westport Bank and Trust Co., Westport,
Conn
Maryville National Bank, Maryville, Mo. (4243); succeeded by Farmers Trust Co. of Maryville, Mo
First National Bank of Lexington, Ky. (760); consolidated with Lexington City National Bank, Lexington, Ky., which changed its title to Tho First and
City National Bank of Lexington
First National Bank of Capitol Hill, Oklahoma City,
Okla. (9584)
Chicago National Bank, Chicago, 111. (2601)
National State Bank of Oneida, N. Y. (2401); succeeded
by Madison County Trust and Deposit Co., Oneida,
First National Bank of Lodgepole, Nebr. (9741); succeeded by First State Bank of Lodgepole, Nebr
National Bank of Commerce of Tacoma, Wash. (3789);
consolidated with Pacific National Bank of Tacoma,
Wash., which changed its title to The National Bank
of Tacoma
Southern National Bank of Wilmington, N . C. (7913);
consolidated with Murchison National Bank of
Wilmington, N. C
First National Bank of Newport, Wash. (8828);
absorbed by Security State Bank of Newport, Wash..
Kiowa National Bank of Snyder. Okla. (10311); succeeded by Kiowa State Bank or Snyder, Okla
Farmers National Bank of Sallisaw, Okla. (9973);
absorbed by Sallisaw Bank & Trust Co., Sallisaw,
Okla
National Bank of Port Deposit, Md. (5610); absorbed
by Cecil National Bank of Port Deposit, Md
Total (81 banks).




Date of liquidation.

Capital.
Issued.

Outstanding.

June 21,1913

$100,000

$74,450

$58,250

June 24,1913
June 30,1913

50,000
50,000

28,700
30,400

June 16,1913

25,000

6,250

21, 200
20; 650
4,305

July

1,1913

50,000

41,400

28,650

July

8,1913

25,000

21,900

19,050

July 25,1913

50,000

50,000

29,250

July 31,1913

100,000

90,000

73,700

Aug. 1,1913

100,000

85,297

76,247

Aug. 5,1913

400,000

86,450

86,450

July 22,1913
Aug. 15,1913

25,000
1,000,000

6,250
44,895

5,600
42,045

Sept. 1,1913

60,000

60,000

35,150

.....do

25,000

23,800

18,500

Aug. 30,1913

200,000

200,000

Sept. 12,1913

200,000

200,000

Sept. 10,1913

25,000

24,190

24,190

Sept. 13,1913

25,000

9,600

9,600

Sept, 29,1913

25,000

24,300

24,300

Oct. 31,1913

50,000

49,997

49,997

14,571,010

7,434,968

2,539,978

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TABLE No. 37.—National banks which have been placed in the hands of receivers, together
dividends paid while solvent, circulation issued, lawful money deposited with the Treasurer
Total dividends
paid during
existence as a
national banking association.

Organization.
Name and location of bank.

Charter
number.

Bate.

Capital.

1

First National Bank, Attica, N. Y

199

Jan. 14,1864

Venango National Bank, Franklin, P a . 1176
Merchants' N. B., Washington, D. C . . . 627

May 20,1865
Dec. 14,1864

300,000
200,000

229
1225
1537
162
1463
1223
1556

Feb.
June
Aug.
Dec.
July
June
Sept.

3,1864
5,1865
24,1865
18,1863
17,1865
5,1865
9,1865

50,000
100,000
100,000
500,000
150,000
300,000
200,000

1141
80
808

May 15,1865
Sept. 9,1863
Feb. 14,1865

60,000
50,000
50,000

429
1331

May 20,1864
June 23,1865

50,000
155,000

1232,
1691
384
286
1192
1631

June
Mar.
Apr.
Feb.
May
Feb.

6,1865
13,1869
16,1864
26,1864
29,1865
6,1866

1978
1473
1937
1388
26
1372
1548
1378
436
1825
21

May
July
Feb.
July
July
July
Sept.
July
May
May
June

7,1872
21,1865
15,1872
1,1865
16,1863
T, 1865
1,1865
1,1865
24,1864
27,1871
29,1863

Total
4
5
0
7
8
9
10

$1,780

First National Bank, Bethel, Conn
First National Bank, Keokuk, Iowa
National Bank of Vicksburg, Miss

14
15

First National Bank, Rockford, 111
First N. B. of Nevada, Austin, Nev

======

gl

?s

.ri
p

Total
11
12
13

Per
cent.

K

„

First National Bank, Medina, N. Y
Tennessee N. B., Memphis, Tenn
First National Bank, Selma, Ala
'FirstNational Bank, New Orleans, La.
National1 Unadilla B., Unadilla, N . Y . .
Farmers & Cits' N. B., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Croton National Bank, New York, N.Y.

Amount.

o •

$50,000

2
3

Surplus.

2,236

£J3

Total
$7,500

4.9

421,052

42.1

140,000

465

56.0

24,403
18,000

23.0
36.0

Total
10
17
18
19
20
21

Ocean National Bank, New York, N. Y.
Union Square N. B., New York, N. Y . .
Eighth National Bank, New York,N.Y.
Fourth N. B., Philadelphia, Pa
Waverly National Bank,Waverly, N. Y.
First National Bank, Fort Smith, Ark.

22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

Scandinavian N. B., Chicago, 111
Wallkill N. B., Middletown, N. Y
Crescent City N. B., New Orleans, L a . .
Atlantic N. B New York, N. Y . . . ..
First National Bank, Washington, I). C.
N.B.of the Commonwealth,N.Y., N.Y.
Merchants7 N. B., Petersburg, Va
First National Bank, Petersburg, Va...
First National Bank, Mansfield, Ohio..
N. O. N. B. Assoc, New Orleans, La
First National Bank, Carlisle, Pa

33
34
35

First National Bank, Anderson, I n d . . .
44 July 31,1863
First National Bank, Topeka, Kans
1660 Aug. 23,1866
First National Bank, Norfolk, Va
271 Feb. 23,1864

30
37
38
39
40

Gibson County N. B., Princeton, I n d . .
First N. B.of Utah,Salt LakeCity,Utah.
Cook County N. B., Chicago, 111
First National Bank, Tiffin, Ohio
Charlottesville N.B.,Charlottesville,Va.

2066
1695
1845
900
1468

Nov.
Nov.
July
Mar.
July

41
42
43
44

Miners' N. B<r,Georgetown, Colo
2199
Fourth National Bank, Chicago, I1U... 276
First National Bank, Bedford, Iowa
2298
First National Bank, Osceola, Iowa
1776

Oct.
Feb.
Sept.
Jan.

1,000,000
250,000
250,000
100,000
106,100
50,000

9,424

Total
=====
250,000
175,000
500,000
300,000
500,000
750,000
140,000
120,000
100,000
600,000
50,000

103,250
25,000
183,000
805,000
429,250
134,200
97,770
102,666
108,000
42,000

59.0
5.0
61.0
161.1
57.2
95.9
81.5
102.6
18.0
84.0

50,000
50,000
100,000

31,150
46,000
90,500

62.3
92.0
90.5

30,1872
15,1869
8,1871
16,1865
19,1865

50,000
100,000
300,000
100,000
100,000

6,000
125,000
53,333
108,279
149,245

12.0
125.0
17.8
108.2
149.2

30,1874
24,1864
18,1875
26,1871

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

4,500
184,008

3.0
184.0

23,500

46. i

59,472

Total

Total

Total




1

Formerly in voluntary liquidation.

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

with the capital and surplus at date of organization and at date offailure, cause of failure,
to redeem circulation, the amount redeemed, and the amount outstanding Oct. 31, 1913. ,

Failures.

Circulation.
Lawful
money
deposited.

Receiver
appointed.

Cause
of
failure.

$50,000

Apr. 14,1865

W

$44,000

$44,000

$43,766

$234

300,000
200,000

May
May

1,1866
8,1866

U
U

85,000
180,000

85,000
180,000

84,803
179,494

197
506

265,000

265,000

264,297

703

Mar.
Mar.
Apr.
May
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.

13,1867
21,1867
30,1867
20,1867
20,1867
6,1867
1,1867

T
V
B

40,000
90,000
85,000
180,000
100,000
253,900
180,000

40,000
90,000
85,000
180,000
100,000
253,900
180,000

39,761
89,778
84,621
178,930
99,829
252,958
179,727

239
222
379
1,070
171
942
273

928,900

928,900

925,604

3,296

26,300
90,000
25,500

26,300
90,000
25,500

26,169
89,669
25,443

131
331
57

Capital.

. Surplus.

500,000
50,000
100', 000
100,000
500,000
120,000
300,000
200,000

$2,288
20,435
4,788
37,903
32,000

%
U
G

1,370,000
60,000
100,000
50,000

Feb. 28,1868
Mar. 3,1868
Apr. 24,1868

N
Q
N

141,800

141,800

141,281

519

1,400
5,580

Mar. 15,1869
Oct. 14,1869

B
U

45,000
129,700

45,000
129,700

44,758
128,801

242
899

174,700

174,700

173,559

1,141

150,000

Dec. 13,1871
Dec. 15,1871
do
Dec. 20,1871
Apr. 23,1872
May 2,1872

V

u
F
u
u

800,000
50,000
243,393
179.000
71,000
45,000

800,000
50,000
243,393
179,000
71,000
45,000

794,042
49,781
241,445
178,050
70,166
44,550

5,958
219
1,948
950
834
450

1,388,393

1,388,393

1,378,034

10,359

Dec. 12,1872
17,000 Dec. 31,1872
3.045 Mar. 18,1873
56', 000 Apr. 28,1873
108,000 Sept. 19,1873
56,027 Sept. 22,1873
18,302 Sept. 25,1873
11,801
do
16,000 Oct. 18,1873
14,161 Oct. 23,1873
25,000 Oct. 24,1873

B
B
M
A
M
V
R
R
P
W
U

135,000
118,900
450,000
100,000
450,000
234,000
360,000
179,200
90,000
360,000
45,000

135,000
118,900
450,000
100,000
450,000
234,000
360,000
179,200
90,000
360,000
45,000

134,801
117;895
448,970
98,931
444,029
231,192
357,600
177,670
89,093
357,500
44,575

199
1,005
1,030
1,069
5,971
2,808
2,400
1,530
907
2,500
425

2,522,100

2,522,100

2,502,256

19,844

45,000
90,000
95,000

45,000
90,000
95,000

44,275
89,275
93,845

725
725
1,155

230,000

230,000

227,395

2,605

43.800
118; 191
285,100
45,000
146,585

43,800
118,191
285,100
45,000
146,585

43,625
117,490
283,783
44,216
144,980

175
701
1,317
784
1,605

638,676

638,676

634,094

4,582

45,000
85,700
27,000
45,000

45,000
85,700
27,000
45,000

44,710
83,290
26,910
44,590

290
2,410

300,000
1.000,000
'200,000
250,000
200,000
106.100
oo;ooo
1,S06,100
250,000
175,000
500,000
300,000
500,000
750,000
400,000
200,000
100,000
600.000
50,000

40,000
33,905
27,139
2,509

V

t 3,825,000
50.000
10OJ 000
100,000

23,839
7,000
3,000

Nov. 23,1873
Dec. 16,1873
June 3,1874

P
P
G

1,000
18,719
80,000
20,000
22,254

Nov.
Dec.
Feb.
Oct.
Oct.

28,1874
10,1874
1,1875
22,1875
28,1875

X
V
V
E

Jan. 24,1876
Feb. 1,1876
do
Feb. 25,1876

V
V
N
V

250,000
50,000
150,000
500,000
100,000
200,000

u

, 1,000,000
150,000
200.000
30,000
50,000

Redeemed. Outstanding.

4,610
20,000
5,000

210,000.
50,000
250,000

Issued.

968

10,000




90
410

138

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
TABLE NO. 37.—National banks which have been placed in the hands
Total dividends
paid during
existence as a
national banking association.

Organization.
Name and location of bank.
Charter
number.
45
46
47
48
49

First National Bank, Duluth, Minn
First National Bank, La Crosse, Wis...
Citv National Bank, Chicago, 111
Watkins National BanK.Watldns, N.Y.
First National Bank, Wichita, Kans...

50
51
52
53

First N. B., Greenfield, Ohio i
National Bank of Fishkill, N.Y
First National Bank, Franklin, Ind
Northumberland County National
Bank, Shamokin, Pa.
First National Bank. Winchester, HI...
N. Exchange B., Minneapolis, Minn
N. B. of State of Mo., St. Louis, Mo
First National Bank, Delphi, Ind
First National Bank, Georgetown, Colo.
Lock Haven N. B., Lock Haven, Pa...

Date.

1954
1313
818
456
1913

Apr. 6,1872
June 20,1865
Feb. 18,1865
June 2,1864
Jan.
2,1872

$50,000
50,000
250,000
75,000
50,000

$25,000
31,500
182,5(30
85,450
36,975

101
971
50
689

Oct.
Apr.
Aug.
Jan.

7,1863
1,1865
5,1863
9,1865

50,000
200,000 $36,205
60,000
67,000
2,976

80,300 160.6
71.5
143,000
222,319 370. 5
670,000 1000.0

14S4
719
1665
1949
1991
1273

July
Jon.
Oct.
Mar.
May
June

25,1865
16,1865
30,1866
25,1872
31,1872
14,1865

50,000
50,000
3,410,300
100,000
50,000
120,000

236
2047
1612
1995
403
364
161
305
1266
2157
2105
2027
1927
2356

Feb.
Sept.
Nov.
June
Apr.
Apr.
Dec.
Mar.
June
July
May
Aug.
Jan.
May

5,1864
18,1872
23,1865
3,1872
27,1864
5,1864
16,1863
5,1864
13,1865
16,1874
13,1873
14,1872
20,1872
5,1877

120,000
200,000
100,000
100,000
60,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
200,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
50,000

1856
2358
1734
1227
49
1200
•2208
300

July
May
Nov.
June
Aug.
May
Dec.
Mar.

31,1871
14,1877
15,1870
6,1865
5,1863
31,1865
3,1874
11,1S64

50,000
130,000
250,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
50,000

Oct. 27,1863
Aug. 7,1863
June 30,1864

70,000
125,000
100,000

1251
235
2373

June
Feb.
Nov.

9,1865
5,1864
9,1877

110

Oct.

23,1863

50,000

91,955

183.9

1583

Oct.

11,1865

200,000

186,000

93.0

Capital.

Surplus.

Per
Amount. cent.

50.0
63.0
73.0
113.9
73.9

Total

54
55
56
57
58
59

71,750
124,000

143.5
248.0

"*"45," 000*

"*45.*6*

15,000

1.53,600

128.0

1,000
7,214

1,035,000
38,000
540,500
25,000
187,131
132,250

862.5
19.0
540.5
25.0
311.9
264.5

86,692
205,940
45,750
10,000
20,000
34,731
4,000

86.7
102.9
45.7
10.0
40.0
69.5
8.0

57,750

115.5

113,000
392,125
92,000
7,400
139,000

113.0
392.1
92.0
14.8
278.0

248,400
605,250
387,000

354.8
484.2
387.0

500,000 251,802 1,198,000
100,000
287,500
250,000
75,000

239.6
287.5
30.0

Total
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73

Third National Bank, Chicago, HI
Central National Bank, Chicago, 111
First National Bank, Kansas City, Mo..
Commercial N. B., Kansas City/Mo
First National Bank, Ashland, Pa.1
First National Bank, Tarrytown, N. Y.
First National Bank, Allehtown, Pa.1..
First N. B., Wavnesburg, Pa.1
Washington Co. N. B., Greenwich, N. Y.
First National Bank, Dallas, Tex
People's National Bank, Helena, Mont..
First National Bank, Bozeman, Mont...
Merchants' N. B., Fort Scott, Kans.i...
Farmers' N. B., Platte City, Mo

74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81

First N. B., Warrensburg, Mo
German-American N. B., Wash., D. O.German National Bank, Chicago, 111.1..
Commercial N. B., Saratoga Spgs., N. Y.
Second National Bank, Scranton, Pa.1..
National Bank of Poultney. Vt
First National Bank, Monticello, Ind...
First National Bank, Butler, Pa

82
83
84

First National Bank, Meadville, Pa
First National Bank, Newark, N. J . . . .
First National Bank, Brattleboro, Vt..

85
86
87

Mechanics' N. B., Newark, N. J
First National Bank, Buffalo, N. Y
Pacific National Bank, Boston, Mass...

88

First N. B. of Union Mills, Union Citv,
Pa.
Vermont K B., St. Albans, Vt
L

Total

Total

222

.
2,000
11,872

.
115
52
470

Total

Total
89

Total




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139

of receivers, together with capital and surplus, etc.-—Continued.

Failures.

Circulation.
Lawful

money
deposited.
Capital.

$100,000
50,000
250,000
75,000
60,000

Receiver
appointed.

Surplus.

Cause
of
failure.

S25,000
130,000
3,000
12,000

Mar.
Apr.
May
July
Sept.

13.1876
11,1876
17,1876
12,1876
23,1876

P
P
V
G
B

10,000
30,000
28,538

Dec.
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.

12,1876
27,1877
13,1877
12,1877

U
B
B
M

50,000
100,000
2,500,000
50,000
75,000
120,000

17,135 Mar. 16,1877
20,000 May 24,1877
248,775 June 23,1877
20,000 July 20,1877
65,000 Aug. 18,1877
8,000 Aug. 20,1877

W
M
O

200,000 Nov. 24,1877
10,000 Dec. 1,1877
25,000 Feb. 11,1878
6,392
do
19'. 000 Feb. 28,1878
25,000 Mar. 23,1878
220,000 Am. 15,1878
May 15,1878
24,000 June 8,1878
5,000
do.:
8,000 Sept. 13,1878
7,000 Sept. 14,1878
13,500 Sept. 25.1878
Oct. 1,1878

V
V
X
V
V
V
N
V
p
V

10,600
2,000
125,000
40,476
70,000
4,000
2,000
10,400

Nov. 1,1878
do
Dec. 20,1878
Feb. 11,1879
Mar. 15,1879
Apr. 7,1879
July 18,1879
July 23,1879

X
p
B
X
X
X
N
E

20,000
62,584
57,000

June 9,1880
June 14,1880
June 19,1880

R
F
N

400,000
50,000

Nov. 2,1881
Apr. 22,1882
May 22,1882

C
P

1,230,000
100,000
300,000
300,000
700,000
500,000
100,000
961,300

s

1,561,300

$44,775
44.293
134,676
66,504
42,701

$225
707
2,533
996
499

540,609

532,449

8,160

29,662
177,200
92,092
60,300

29,662
177,200
92,092
60,300

28,744
175,240
90,342
59,450

918
1,960
I,7o0
850

50
51
52
53

45,000
90,000
296,274
45,000
45,000
71,200

45,000
90,000
296,274
45,000
45,000
71,200

44,302
89,030
281,600
44,355
44,710
70,323

698
970
14,674
645
290
877

54
55
56
57
58
59

951,728

928,096

23,632

597,840
45,000
44,940
44,500
75,554
89,200
78,641
7,002
114,220
29,800
89,300
44,400
35,328
27,000

597,840
45,000
44.940
44,500
75, 554
89,200
78,641
7,002
114,220
29,800
89,300
44,400
35,328
27,000

587,721
44,485
42,990
43,703
73,836
87,487'
76,334
6,277
112,550
29,455
88,945
43,840
34,723
26,790

10,119
515
1,950
797
1,718
1,713
2,307
725
1,670
345
355
560
605
210

1,322,725

1,322,725

1,299,136

23,589

45,000
62,500
42,795
86,900
91,465
90,000
27,000
71,165

45.000
62,500
42,795
86,900
91,465
90,000
27.000
71,165

44,247
62,21.5
40,055
85.317
88,763
88,547
26,624
69,635

753
285
2,740
1,583
2,702
1,453
376
1,530

516,825

505,403

11,422

89,500
326,643
90,000

89,500
326,643
90,000

87,167
320.054
86,372

2,333
6,589
3,628

506,143

N

2,612,500
100,000
130,000
500,000
100,000
200,000
100.000
50,000
50,000

1

$45,000
45,000
137,209
67,500
43,200

516,825

V

$45,000
45,000
137,209
67,500
43,200

951,728

w
u

3,344,000
750,000
200,000
500,000
100,000
112,500
100,000
250,000
100.000
200,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
50,000

Redeemed. Outstanding.

540,609

965,000
50,000
200,000
132,000
67,000

Issued.

506,143

493,593

12,550

449,900
99,500
450,000

449,900
99,500
450,000

441,419
97,755
447,552

8,481
1,745
2,448
12,674

45
46
47
43
49

60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73

74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81

82
83
84

85
86
87

999,400

999,400

986,726

50,000

13,455

Mar. 24,1883

s

43,000

43,000

41,852

1,148

88

200,000

25,000

Aug. 9,1883

V

65,200

65,200

62,877

2,323

89

108,200

108,200

104,729

3,471

250,000




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EEPOET OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
TABLE N O . 37.—National banks which have been placed in the Hands
Total dividends
paid during
existence as a
national banking association.

Organization.
Name and location of bank.

Charter
number.
First-National-Bank, Leadville, 1Colo...
City N . B., Lawrenceburg, Ind.
First National Bank, St. Albans, V t . . .
First National Bank, Monmouth, 111...
Marine National Bank, New York, N.Y.
Hot Springs N . B., Hot Springs, Ark...
Richmond N . B., Richmond, Ind

First N. B., Livingston Mont
First National Bank, Albion, N. Y
First N. B., Jamestown, N. Dak
Logan N. B., West Liberty, Ohio

Capital.

Date.

Surplus. Amount.

2420
2889
269
2751
1215
2887
2090
3006
166
2578"
2942

Mar.
Feb.
Feb.
July
June
Feb.
Mar.
July
Dec.
Oct.
May

19,1879
24,1883
20,1864
7,1882
3,1865
17,1883
5,1873
16,1883
22,1863
25,1881
7,1883

$60,000
100.000
lOOJOOO
75,000
400,000
50,000
270,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000

1276
1791
1510
1137

June
Feb.
Aug.
May

14,1865
18,1871
9,1865
13,1865

1740
583
2465
2624
564
2139
1386
2724

Nov.
Nov.
Mar.
Feb.
Nov.
Mar.
July
June

29,1870
22,1864
15,1880
2,1882
3,1864
17,1874
1,1865
7,1882

2776
3266
3461
3022
3082
75
605

Sept.
Nov.
Feb.
Aug.
Nov.
Sept.
Dec.
Jan.

18,1882
20,1884
27,1886
8,1883
26,1883
4,1863
6,1864
7,1865

2835
2542
231
1801
1682
277
3597
1280

Dec.
July
Feb.
Mar.
June
Feb.
Dec.
June

12,18S2
12,1881
4,1864
11,1871
17,1868
24,1864
7,1886
14,1865

200,000
500,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
60,000
50,000
50,000

3592
2800

Oct. 20,1886
Sept. 14,1882

200,000
50.000

Oct.
Jan.
July
June
Jan.
Oct.
May
Oct.
Sept,

50, 000 I
I
100, 000 '
50,
50.
50,
1,000
50,
200.
J
50,
-|
75.
J

$2,000

Per

$63,000
3,000
197,000
15,000
659,643
3,000
274,000

105.0
3.0
197.0
20.0
164.9
6.0
101.5

170,500

341.0

"""4," 666'

"*8."6"

200,000 23,128
50,000 !
100,000 I
100,000 !

356,000
38,500

178.0
'77.0

337,500

337.5

50,000
200,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
150,000
50,000

90,142
285,000
10,000
12,000
186,000
38,500
307,382
23,000

190.3
142.5
20.0
24.0
186.0
38.5
204.9
46.0

2,784
12,250
13,500
75,825
168,500
306,000

.3
24.5
27.0
151.6
168.5
204.0

75,000
215,000
266,000
146,806

37.5
43.0
266.0
146.8

278,000
5,000
159,494

463.3
10.0
318.9

18,000

36.0

81,265

163.2

2,000
75,350
10,000

4.0
150.6
20.0

24,000
5,000
20,500

12.0
10.0
27.3

Total.
Middletown N . B., Middletown, N . Y .
Farmers' National Bank,Bushnell,111..
Schoharie Co. N. B., Schoharie, N. Y . . . .
Exchange National Bank, Norfolk, Va.,

Total.
First National Bank, Lake City, Minn.
Lancaster N . B., Clinton, Mass
First N . B., Sioux Falls, S. Dak
First N. B., Wahpeton, N . Dak
First National Bank, Angelica, N . Y . .
City National Bank, Williamsport,Pa .
Abington N. B.,Abington, Mass.2
First National Bank, Blair, Nebr

32,894

15,000

Total.
First National Bank, Pine Bluff, Ark.
Palatka National Bank, Palatka, F l a . .
Fidelity N. B., Cincinnati, Ohio
Henrietta N. B., Henrietta, Tex
National Bank of Sumter, S. C
First National Bank, Dansville, N . Y .
First National Bank, Corry, Pa
Stafford N. B., Stafford Springs, Conn

50.000
50,000
1,000,000
50,000
50,000
50,000 !
100,000 i
...
150,0C0 ! 10,000

Total.
Fifth National Bank, St. Louis^ Mo
Metropolitan N. B. of Cincinnati. Ohio..
First National Bank, Auburn, N . Y . . . .
CommercialN. B.. Dubuque. Iowa
State National Bank, Raleigh, N . C
Second National Bank, Xenia, Ohio
Madison N . B., Madison, S. Dak
Lowell National Bank, Lowell, Mich...

Total..
California N. B., San Francisco, Cal
First National Bank, Anoka, Minn

Total..
2198
National Bank of Shelbyville, Tenn
3617
First National Bank, Sheffield, Ala
Third National Bank, Malone, N . Y . . . 3366
2427
First National Bank, Abilene, Kans
Harper National Bank, Harper, K a n s . . . 3431
Gloucester City N. B., Gloucester,N. J . . j 3936
Park National Bank, Chicago, 111
3502
State National Bank, Wellington, Kans. 3564
K i n g m a n N . B., Kingman, Kans
| 3559

29,1874
14,1887
15,1885
23,1879
6,1886
26,1888
11,1886
1,1886
16,1886

Total.
1

.Formerly in voluntary liquidation.




2

Restored to solvency.

141

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
of receivers, together with capital and surplus, etc.—.Continued.

Failures.

Circulation.
Lawful

money
deposited.
Capital.

•160,000
100,000
100,000
75,000
400,000
50,000
250,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000

Surplus.

Receiver
appointed.

Cause
of
failure.

Jan. 24,1884
Mar. 11,1884
Apr. 22,1884

B
G
P
B
T
E
H
X
B
E
P

Issued.

40,000
15,000
225,000
180
33,000
20,000
12,500
1,000

CO...
May 13,1884
Juno 2,1884
July 23,1884
Aug. 25,1884
Aug. 26,1884
Sept. 13,1884
Oct. 18,1884

$53,000
77,000
89,980
27,000
260,100
40,850
158,900
11,240
90,000
18,650
23,400

Nov.
Dec.
Mar.
Apr.

27,000
260,100
40,850
158,900
11,240
90,000
18,650
23,400

26,860
252,479
40,660
152,295
11,110
87,357
IS,435
23,305

$740
605
1,782
140
7,621
190
6,605
130
2,643
215
95

850,120

i
|
!
:
;
i
!
;
I

90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
I 100

829,354

20,766 ;

172,995
42,975
37,015
223,766

3,005
1,025 j
1,335 I
4,434 |

176,000 !

ooo !

20,000
50,000
8,000
10,000
15,000
10,183
24,000

V
V
B
K
A
B
V
B

Nov.
Feb.
Feb.
Apr.
Apr.
May
June
Sept.

15,1887
10,1888
20,1888
2,1888
11,1888
9,1888
23,1888
19,1888

F
V
R
V
B
V
S

Jan. 14,1889 !
Apr. 22,1889 |

Q
B

Dec. 13,1889
Dec. 23,1889
Dec. 30,1889
Jan. 21,1890
Feb. 10,1890
June 12,1890
July 14,1890
Sept. 25,1890
Oct. 2,1890

Q
V
W
F
F
F
F
W
X




.

328,385

320,977

7,408

26,280
19,210
90,000
11,250
11,250
15,730
73,829
139,048

25,875
19,025
89,362
11,090
11,190
14,505
71,448
135,880

405
185
638
160
60
1,225
2,381
3,168

386,597

378,375

8,222

44,430
277,745
63,446
62,170
22,500
48,470
11,250
27,800

44,430
277,745
63,446
62,170
22,500
48,470
11,250
27,800

43,835
275,030
60,452
60,077
21,435
46,160
11,180
25,857

557,811

544,026

13,785

45,000
11,250

45,000
11,250

44,820
11,062

180
188

56,250

20,1886
3,1887
27,1887
17,1887
24,1887
8,1887
11,1887
17,1887

1,026
2,620
245 i
230 I
2,082 I
875 |

56,250

55,882

368

16, 710
22,500
10,750
21,240
10, 750
11,250
45,000
11,250
22,000

16, 710
22,500
10, 750
21,240
10,750
11,250
45,000
11,250.
22,000

16,265
22,240
10,660
20,585
10, 700
11,195
44,500
11,200
21,630

445
260
90
655
50

168,975

2,475

101
102
103
104

9,799 I

43,394
69,740
10,495
16,890
86,918
42,265
25,425
25,850

557,811

Nov.
June
June
Aug.
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Oct.

476,751

26,280
19,210
90,000
11,250
11,250
15,730
73,829
139,048

E
B
J
J
A
D
L
IT

44,420
72,360
10,740
17,120
89,000
43,140
25,425
26,180

386,597

Jan.
4,1886
Jan. 20,1886
Mar. 11,1886
Apr. 8,1886
Apr. 19,1886
May 4,1886
Aug. 2,1886
Sept. 8,1886

486,550

44,420
72,360
10,740
17,120
89,000
43,140
25,425
26,180
328,385

10,000
20,000
30,447
4,000
20,100
12,500
25,300
11,000

1,550,000
300,000
1,000,000
150,000
100,000
100,000
150,000
50,000
50,000

152,260
76,395

176,000
44,000
44,
38,350
38,350 !
228,200 ! . 228,200

29,1884
17,1884
23,1885
9,1885

050,000 i
50,000
50,000
1,000,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
200,000

$53,000 |
77,000 j

486,550 j

40,000
7,500
15,000
150,000

600,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
150,000
50,000

Outstand- i
ing.

850,120 I

S15,000

1,285,000
200,000
50,000
50,000
300,000

; Redeemed.

171,450

171,450

•

330

105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112

113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120

595
2,715
2,994
2,093
1,065
2,310

70
1,943

00

500
50
370

122
123
124
125
126
127
128

129
130

131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139

142

EEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
TABLE NO. 37 .—National banks which have been placed in'the hands
Total dividends
paid during
existence as a
national banking association.

Organization.
N a m e a n d location of b a n k .

Charter
number.
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164

First National Bank, Alma, Kans
First National Bank, Belleville, Kans .
First N. B., Meade Center, Kans
American N. B., Arkansas City, Kans .
City National Bank, Hastings, Nebr...
People's N. B., Fayetteville, N. C
Spokane, N. B., Spokane Falls, Wash..
First National Bank, Ellsworth, Kans..
Second N. B., McPherson, Kans
Pratt County N. B., Pratt, Kans
Keystone N. B., Philadelphia. Pa
Spring Garden N.B., Philadelphia. Pa...
National City Bank, Marshall, Mich...
Red Cloud N. B.. Red Cloud, Nebr....
Asbury Park N. B., Asbury Park, N. J..
Ninth National Bank, Dallas, Tex
First National Bank, Red Cloud, Nebr..
Central Nebr.N.B.,Broken Bow, Nebr..
Florence N. B., Florence, Ala
First National Bank, Palatka, Fla
First N. B., Kansas City, Kans
Rio Grande N. B., Laredo, Tex
First National Bank, Clearfield, Pa
1

Date.

Capital.

SurPer
plus. Amount. cent.

$14,000
17,500
8,857
28,000
44,547
182,500

28.0
35.0
17.7
28.0
89.1
243.3

54,500
8,500

109.0
17.0

122,730
122,198
162,500
23,275

6l. 4
24.4
162.5
46.5

18,000
57,250
8,400

6.0
114.5
14.0

50,000
25,000

100.0
25.0

209,000

209.0

2,080

4.0

984,000
198,000
26,000
79,000
290,710
27,750
17,693
212,988
2,500
56,250
30,000
87,500
2,500
3,500
5,954
15,000
441,000

241.0
198.0
26.0
52.7
116.3
55.5
35.4
213.0
5.0
112.5
60.0
87.5
2.5
7.0
11.9
30.0
441.0

50,000
65,000
100,000
500,000

3,500
58,500
272,500
35,000

7.0
90.0
272.5
7.0

150,000
200,000
300, O O
C
50,000
50,000
200,000
200,000
250,000
100,000
300,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
55,000
75,000
50,000

554,250
232,500
255,830
24,000
64,000
30,000
11,000
52,500
2,000
36,000
34,500
12,000
102,600
15,000
62,000
199,156
56,200
58,000
110,000

369.5
116.2
85.0
48.0
128.8
1.5
5.5
21.0
2.0
12.0
34.5
24.0
205.2
30.0
124.0
199.1
102.2
77.3
220.0

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

3,1887
28,1885
5,1887
15,1889
27,1883
27,1872
4,1888
11,1884
16,1887
8,1887
30,1875
13,1886
29,1872
10,1884
17,1887
12,1890
8,1882
28,1888
3,1889
15,1884
17,1887
28,1889
30,1865
18,1889
9,1887

$50,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
75,000
60,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
200,000
500,000
100,000
50,000
100,000
300,000
50,000
60,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100 000
52,000

677 Dec.
569 N o v .
3416 Dec.
3828 Dec.
1656 J u l y
3267 N o v .
3569 Oct.
837 F e b .
4404 A u g .
3160 A p r .
3554 S e p t .
2859 J a n .
4383 J u l y
4288 A p r .
3963 J a n .
3890 M a y
1454 • J u l y

31,1864
12,1864
2,1885
29,1887
25,1866
21,1884
12,1886
23,1865
25,1890
22,1884
17,1886
16,1883
31,1890
16,1890
15,1889
29,1888
17,1865

400,000 •$61,390
100,000
100,000
150,000
250,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
100,OCO
100,000
50,OCO
50,OCO
50,000
100,000

4264
3297
2988
4213

Mar.
Jan.
June
Jan.

18,1890
28,1885
29,1883
21,1890

1648
3228
1817
3627
2568
3677
4105
4256
4767
3771
3753
4143
2177
4198
First iV. B., Arkansas City, Kans.
3360
Citizens' N. B., Hillsboro, Ohio
2039
First National Bank, Brunswick, Ga... 3116
City JV. B., Brownwood, Tex.1
4344
Merchants' N. B., Tacoma, Wash
3172

Apr.
Julv
May
Jan.
Oct.
Apr.
Aug.
Mar.
June
Aug.
July
Oct.
Sept
Jan.
June
Sept.
Feb.
June
May

12,1866
22,1884
13,1871
28,1887
3,1881
23,1887
30,1889
12,1890
29,1892
5,1887
16,1887
23,1889
1,1874
7,1890
30,1885
4,1872
2,1884
17,1890
2,1884

Farley N. B., Montgomery Ala.

First National Bank, Coldwater, Kans..

3769
3386
3695
3992
3099
2003
3838
3249
3791
3787
2291
3468
2023
3181
3792
4415
2811
3927
4135
3223
3706
4146
768
4180
3703

!

i

Total..
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181

Maverick N. B., Boston, Mass
Corry National Bank, Corrv, Pa
Cheyenne N. B., Cheyenne, Wyo
California N. B., San Diego, Cal
First N. B., Wilmington, N. C
Huron National Bank, Huron, S.Dak..
First National Bank, Downs, Kans
First National Bank, Muney, Pa
Bell County N. B., Temple, Tex
First National Bank, Deming,N. Mex..
First N. B., Silver City, N. Mex
Lima National Bank, Lima, Ohio
National Bank of Guthrie, Okla
Cherry vale N. B., Cherry vale, Kans
First National Bank, Erie, Kans
First National Bank, Rockwall, Tex...
Vincennes N. B., Vincennes, Ind

182
183
184
185

First N. B., Del Norte, Colo
Newton N. B., Newton, Kans
Capital National Bank, Lincoln, Nebr..
Bankers and Merchants' National
Bank, Dallas, Tex.
First N. B Little Rock, Ark
Commercial N. B., Nashville, Tenn
Alabama National Bank, Mobile, Ala..
First NationalBank, Ponca, Nebr
Second N. B., Columbia, Tenn
Columbia National Bank, Chicago, 111..
Elmira National Bank, Elmira, N. Y..
N. B. of N. Dakota, Fargo, N. Dak
Evanston N. B., Evanston, 111
N. B. of Deposit of City of New York..
Oglethorpe N. B., Brunswick, Ga
First National Bank, Lakota, N. Dak..
First N. B., Cedar Falls, Iowa
First National Bank, Brady, Tex1

1

Total

186
187
188
189
390
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204




i Restored to solvency.

143

EEPOET OF THE COMPTROLLER OP THE CURRENCY.
of receivers, together with capital and surplus, etc.—Continued.
Failures.

Capital.

$75,000
50,000
50,000
300,000
100,000
125,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
500,000
750,000
100,000
75,000
100,000
300,000
75,000
60,000
60,000
150,000
150,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
52,000

Receiver
appointed.

Cause
of
failure.

Nov. 21,1890
Dec. 12,1890
Dec. 24,1890
Dec. 26,1890
Jan. 14,1891
Jan. 20,1891
Feb. 3,1891
Feb. 11,1891
Mar. 25,1891
Apr. 7,1891
May 9,1891
May 21,1891
June 22,1891
July 1,1891
July 2,1891
July 16,1891
....fdo..
July 21,1891
July 23,1891
Aug. 7,1891
Aug. 17,1891
Oct. 3,1891
Oct. 7,1891
do
Oct. 14,1891

H
G
V
G
J
R
H
F
Q
H
O
Q
D
V
G
Q.
Q.
G
O
H
G
V

Sarplus.

$1,603
5,000
4,000
24,000

Circulation.

46,000
8 000
790

s
v

H

500,000
500,000
150,000
50,000
100,000
1,000,000
200,000
250,000
100,000
300,000
150,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
125,000
100,000
200,000
150,000
250,000

Redeemed.

Outstanding.

F
R
O
O
B

$16,710
11,035
10,595
44,750
22,280
26,795
21,375
10,620
11,200
10,560
39,385
44,530
42,897
16,560
20,590
44,800
15,955
13,382
12,720
33,320
33,490
22,350
92,702
22,500
11,060

$165
215
155
250
220
1,205
325
130
50
190
1,795
470
1,103
315
110
200
320
118
180
430
260
150
2,895

11,200

$16,875
11,250
10,750
45,000
22,500
28,000
21,700
10,750
11,250
10,750
41,180
45,000
44,000
16,875
20,700
45,000
16,275
13,500
12,900
33,750
33,750
22,500
95,597
22,500
11,200
663,552

652,161

11,391

78,894
96,180
33,750
45,000
52,880
18,000
10,750
94,899
11,250
22,500
11,250
45,000
21,800
11,250
11,250
26,720
31,780

78,894
96,180
33,750
45,000
52,880
18,000
10,750
94,899
11,250
22,500
11,250
45,000
21,800
11,250
11,250
26,720
31,780

70,647
93,299
33,450
44,900
51,270
17,745
10,605
92,203
11,130
22,100
11,130
44,043
21,720
11,150
11,035
26,520
28,105

8,247
2,881
300
100
1,610
255
145
2,696
120
400
120
957
80
100
215
200
3,675

146

15,958
2,500
13,500
4,000
44,000
2,000
1,000
1,500
17,500
40,000

Nov. 2,1891
Nov. 21,1891
Dec. 5,1891
Dec. 18,1891
Dec. 21,1891
Jan.
7,1892
Feb. 6,1892
Feb. 9,1892
Feb. 19,1892
Feb. 29,1892
do .
Mar. 21,1892
June 22,1892
July 2,1892
do. .
July 20,1892
July 22,1892

P
P
G
Q
0
V
Q,
R

623,153

800,000
17,000
15,000
100,000
17,512

623,153

601,052

4,800

G
Y
B
O

11,250
48,740
43, 700
44,000

11,250
48,740
43,700
44,000

11,110
47,950
42,990
43,640

140
790
710
360

6,000
10,000
100,000
100,000

do
Apr. 6,1893
Apr. 17,1893
May 13,1893
May 19,1893
May 22,1893
May 26,1893
June 6,1893
June 7,1893
June 9,1893
June 12,1893
June 13,1893
....do..
...do.
i
June 15", 1893
June 16,1893
J u n e 17,1893
June 20,1893
June 23,1893

T
Q
V
Q
T
Q
0
Q
T
F
Y
U
L
T
G
Q
V
F
Y

63,495
45,000
42,800
11,250
22,500
43,600
43,000
44,250
22,500
45,000
32,900
11,250
11,250
11,250
28,120
24,550
44,000

63,495
45,000
42,800
11,250
22,500
43,600
43,000
44,250
22,500
45,000
32,900
11,250
11,250
11,250
28,120
24,550
44,000

58,160
43,900
39,055
11,060
21,990
42,907
42,590
44,000
22,330
44,235
32,440
11,160
10,138
11,250
27,530
22,775
43,270 ;

3,400
18,500
50,000
16,009
7,797
245
60,000
35,000
1,931
25,000
3,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
6,000
75,000

45,666

45,000

44,450

110
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164

165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181

22,101

Jan. 14,1893
Jan. 16,1893
Feb. 6,1893
do..

u
s
B

V

2,450,000 |
50,000
100,000
300,000
500,000

$16,875
11,250
10,750
45,000
22,500
28,000
21,700
10,750
11,250
10,750
41,180
45,000
44,000
16,875
20,700
45,000
16,275
13,500
12,900
33,750
33,750
22,500
95,597

Issued.

641,052

32,000
25,000
10,000
7,500
3,000
100,000
132,500
20,000
3,000
3,500
4,000
9,000
4,600
500
23,600
10,500

3,622,000
400,000
100,000
150,000
500,000
250,000
75,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
200,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
125,000
100,000

Lawful
money
deposited.




182
183
184
185

186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
590 200
1,775 201
730 ; 202
203
550 204
5,335
1,100
3,745
190
510
693
410
250
170
765
460 i
90 !
1,112 ;

144

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
TABLE XO. 37.—National banks which have been placed in the hands
Total dividends
paid during
existence as a
national banking association.

Organization.
Name and location of bank.
Charter
number.
City National Bank, Greenville,Mich..
First N. B., Whatcom, Wash
Columbia N. B., New Whatcom, Wash.
Citizens' N. B., Spokane, Wash.1
First N. B., Phillipsburg, Monti
Linn County N. B., Albany, Oreg
Nebraska N. B., Beatrice, Nebr
Gulf National Bank, Tampa, Fla
Livingston N. B., Livingston, Mont
Chemical National Bank, Chicago,1111..
Bozeman N. B., Bozeman, Mont.
Consolidated N. B., San Diego, Cal
First National Bank, Cedartown, Ga...
Merchants' N. B., Great Falls, Mont...
State National Bank, Knoxville, Tenn.
Montana N. B., Helena, Mont.1
Indianapolis N. B., Indianapolis, Ind..
Northern N. B., Big Rapids, Mich
First N. B., Great Falls, Mont.1 1
First National Bank, Rankakee, III.
National Banli: of the Commonwealth,
Manchester, N. H.
First National Bank, Starkville, Miss..
Stock-Growers' N. B., Miles City, Mont.
Texas N. B., San Antonio, Tex
Albuquerque National Bank, Albuquerque, N. Mex.
First National Bank, Vernon, Tex
First National Bank, Middlesboro, K y .
First National Bank, Orlando, FlaA 1
Citizens' National Bank,
MunciCflnd ..
First N . B . , Hot Springs, S. Dak
First National Bank, Marion, Kans
Washington N. B., Tacoma, Wash
El Paso National Bank, E l Paso, T e x . .
Lloyd's N . B., Jamestown, N. Dak
N. Granite State B., Exeter, N. H
Chamberlain N. B., Chamberlain, S.Dak
P.Townsend N. B., P.Townsend,Wash.
First N. B., Port Angeles, Wash1
First National Bank, Sundance, Wyo..
First N. B., North Manchester, I n d . . . .
Commercial N. B., Denver, Colo
First National Bank, Dayton, Term

Date.

3243
4099
4351
4005
4658
4326
4185
4478
4117
4666
2803
3056
4075
4434
4102
2813
581
1832
3525
1793
4692

Aug. 28,1884
Aug. 26.1889
June 28,1890
Apr. 8,1889
Dec. 5.1891
May 31.1890
Dec. 21,1889
Dec. 2,1890
Sept. 11,1889
Dec. 15.1891
Oct. 23,1882
Sept. 22,1883
July 16,1889
Oct. 7,1890
Aug. 28,1889
Nov. 11,1882
Nov. 21,1864
June 5,1871
July 1,1886
Feb. 20,1871
Feb. 9.1892

3275
3298
3222

Apr.
Dec.
Jan.
July

30,1887
20,1884
31,1885
14,1884

50,000
100,000
100,000
50,000

16,500
23,000
26,000
69,750

4033
4201
3469
2234
4370
3018
4018
3608
4561
1147
4282
4290
4315
4343
2903
4113
4362

May
Jan.
Mar.
Mar.
July
July
Apr.
Dec.
May
May
Apr.
Apr.
May
June
Mar.
Sept.
July

13.1889

50,
50,
50,
100,
50,
75,
100,
150,
100,
100,
50,
100,
50,
50,
50,
250,
50,

39,000

78.0

8.1890
16,1886
15,1875
15.1890
28,1883
23.1889
22,1886
4.1891
15,1865
8,1890
18.1890
19,1890
16,1890
17,1883
6,1889
10,1890

27,500
196,992

45.0
196.9

72,682
44,000
54,000
6,000
240,500
4,500

96.9
44.0
36.0
6.0
240.5
9.0

10,000
38,673

20.0
77.3

8,500

17.0

3199
2805
3719
3101
4064
3514
3047
4316
4360
1627
4249
3524
2351
3401
3676
4206
4170
2786
4130
585
2806

May
Oct.
June
Dec:
July
June
Sept.
May
July
Jan.
Mar.
June
Apr.
Oct.
Apr.
Jan.
Dec.
Sept.
Sept.
Nov.
Oct.

29,1884
24,1882
7,1887
29,18.83
2,1889
1,1886
14,1883
20,1890
9,1890
2,1866
5,1890
29,1886
9,1887
23,1885
21,1887
11,1890
4,1889
29,1882
27,1889
23,1864
25,1882

50,000
50,000
100,000
60.000
50', 000
200,000
50,000
50,000
200,000
100,000 $7,340
100,000 2,125
52,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
75,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
100,000 17,137
50,000

39,738
190,100
100,000
35,000
4,000
66,000
32,500
15,750
8,000
319,000
15,000

79.5
380.2
100.0
58.3
8.0
33.0
65.0
31.5
4.0
319.0
15.0

555,000
57,500
18,000
9,000
11,000

555.0
115.0
36.0
12.0
22.0
401.4
34.1
231.5
190.2

Capital.

Surplus.

$50,
50,
100,
150,
50,
100,
100,
50,
50,
1,000,
50,
250,
75,
100,
100,
250,
300,
90,
250,
so;
ioo;

Amount.

Per
cent.

$32,250
5,000
4,000

64.5
10.0
4.0

10,000
19,362

10.0
19.3

4,000

8.0

49,500
180,000
11,250

99.0
72.0
15.0

260,000 104.0
1,249,000 416.3
183,053 203.4
122,250 48.8
140,500 280.9
33.0
23.0
26.0
133.5

Total.

Hutchinson N. B., Hutchinson, Kans..
First N. B., Spokane Falls, Wash
Oregon N. B., Portland, Oreg
Citizens' N . B., Grand Island, Nebr
First N. B., Fort Payne, Ala
Third National Bank, Detroit, Mich . . .
First National Bank, Watkins, N. Y . . .
First National Bank, Llano, Tex
American N. B., Springfield, Mo
First National Bank, Sedalia, Mo
National Bank of Pendleton, Oreg
State National Bank, Wichita, Kans...
German National Bank, Denver, Colo..
Black Hills N. B., Rapid City, S. Dak..
First National Bank, Arlington, Oreg..
Baker City N . B., Baker City, Oreg....
First National Bank, Grant, Nebr
Wichita N. B., Wichita, Kans
State National Bank, Vernon, Tex
National Bank of Middletown, Pa
First National Bank, Kearney, Nebr..
Total.




1

Restored to solvency.

200,725
17,065
231,500
95,113

145

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
of receivers, together with capital and surplus, etc.—Continued.

Failures.

Circulation.
Lawful
money
deposited.

Capital.

$50,000
50,000
100,000
150,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
1,000,000
50,000
250,000

75,000
100,000
100,000
500,000
300,000
100,000
250,000
50,000
200,000

Receiver
appointed. .

Surplus.

Cause
of
failure.

Redeemed, Outstanding.

15,000
7,500
10, 000
10, 000
50, 000
8,470
7,000
100, 000
60, 000
95,000
22,000
5,000

J u l y 1, 1893
July 8, 1893
July 10, 1893
July 12, 1893
July 14, 1893
July 20, 1893
July 21, 1893
July 22. 1893
July 24, 1893
July 26, 1893
July 29, 1893

do

Aug. 2, 1893
Aug. 3, 1893
Aug. 5, 1893
do..
....do..
Aug. 7, 1893

3, 782 Aug. 9,1893
do.
10,000
20,000 Aug. 10,1893
38,000 Aug. 11,1893

100,000
50,000
150,000
200,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
150,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
250,000
50,000

10,000 Aug. 12, 1893
2,000 .....do..
55,000
10,000
5,600
60,000
10,000
10,000
1,000
5,000
10,000
40,000
5,000

Aug. 14, 1893
do
Aug. 17, 1893
Aug. 22, 1893
Aug. 26, 1893
Sept 2, 1893
1893
Sept. 14,
1893
Sept. 23,
1893
Sept. 30,
Oct. 3, 1893
Oct. 5, 1893
Oct. 11, 1893
Oct. 16, 1893
Oct. 24, 1893
Oct. 25, 1893

O
O
Y
V
V
V
Y
Y
Y
Y
F
O
Y
V
O
Y
T
F
Y
Y

10,910,000

10,000 N o v . 6,1893
21,515 Nov. 20,1893
40,000 Dec. 12,1893
34,200 Dec. 14,1893
1,500 Jan. 20,1894
25,000 Feb. 1,1894
4,500 Feb. 26,1894
Feb. 28,1894
5,000 ....do
25,000 May 10,1894
13,000 June 8,1894
4,529 June 29,1894
350,000 July 6,1894
July 13,1894
3,000 Aug. 2,1894
13,504
do
4,000 Aug. 14,1894
50,000 Sept. 5,1894
1,000 Sept. 24,1894
do
21,000
8,664 Oct. 24,1

2,770,000

13420°— CUR 1918-




Y
J
IJ
Y
V
U
z
G
Z
Z

s

F
Y
F
L
Y
E
V
I
Y

$11,250
11,250
22,500

$11,160
11,140
22,280

$90
110
220

21,700
21,880
11,250
10, 750
45,000

21,700
21,880
11,250
10, 750
45,000
11,250
55,300
16,370
22,500
21,800
45,000
57,212
33,250
45,000
11,250
67,500

21.440
21,630
11,170
10,580
44,680

67,500

Q

Y
Y
Y
Y
V
Y
Y
Y
T
Y
Y
V
Y
Y
Y
B
W
Y

$11,250
11,250
22,500

67,220

260
250
80
170
320
11,250
720
220
340
210
36,770
7,831
885
34,235
11,250
280

205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225

13,500
17,100
22,500
44,150

13,500
17,100
22,500
44; 150

13,195
16,780
22,190
43,375

305
320
310
775

226
227
228
229

22,500
11,250

22,500
11,250

22,1S5
11,100

315
150

11,250
21,900
43,500
33, 750
22,500
41,137
11,250
22,500
15, 450
11,250
27,000
45,000
11,250

45,000
11,250
21,900
43,500
33, 750
22,500
41,137
11,250
22,500
15,450
11,250
27,000
45,000
11,250

11,165
21,620
42,970
33,270
22,210
38,207
11,120
22,260
15,290
11,140
26,605
44,500
11,205

45,000
85
280
530
480
290
2,930
130
240
160
110
395
500
45

230
231
232
233
234
235
23S
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246

1,636,649

$6,064 J u n e 27, 1893
.do.,
3,000
.do..
1,000

60,000
75,000
100,000
175,000

100,000
250,000
200; 000
60,000
50,000
300,000
53,000
75,000
200,000
250,000
lOty 900
100,000
200,000
75,000
50,000
75,000
50,000
250,000
100,000
85,000
150,000

Issued.

1,775,154

1,595, 838

179,316

22,500
45,000
45,000
13,500
11,250
44,280
11,250
16.870
45', 000
48,341
22,500
22,500
45.000
27, 750
11,250
10,870"
11,250
44,500
21,640
66, 785
33, 750

22,500
45,000
45,000
13,500
11,250
44,280
11,250
16,870
45,000
48,341
22,500
22,500
45,000
27, 750
11,250
16,870
11,250
44,500
21,640
66, 785
33, 750

22,250
44,033
44,015
13,120
11,120
43,520
11,130
16, 700
44,470
46,173
22,280
22,062
43,120
27,410
10,958
16,540
11,152
43,218
21,375
64,640
32,442

250
967
985
380
130
760
120
170
520
2,168
220
438
1,880
340
292
330
98
1,282
265
2,145
1,308

626, 786

611,728

15,058

55,300
16,370
22,500
21,800
8,230
57,212
33,250
10,765

626,786

-10

54,580
16,150
22,160
21,590
8,230
49,381
32,365
10,765

247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
260
2G1
262
263
264
265
266
267

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BEPOBT OF THE COMPTROLLER OP THE CURRENCY.
TABLE X O . 37.—National banks which have been placed in the hands
Total dividends
paid daring
existence as a
national banking association, i

Organization.
Name and location of bank.
Charter
number.
268
269
270
271
272
273
274
275
276
*77
278
279
280
281
>8?
283
284
285
286
287
288
289
290
292
293
294
295
W
298
299
500
01
502
503

504
05
06
507
508
509
510
11
512
13
514
15
516
17
18
19
20
21
522
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Buffalo County, N. B., Kearney, Nebr.
First N. B., Johnson City, Tenn
Citizens' N. B., Madison, S. Dak
Citizens' N. B., Spokane Falls, Wash.1.
TacomaN. B., Tacoma, Wash
City National Bank, Quanah, Tex
Central National Bank, Rome, N. Y...
First National Bank, Redfield, S. Dak.
North PlatteN. B., North Platte, Nebr.
Needles National Bank, Needles, Cal..
Nat. BroomeCo. B., Binghamton, N.Y.
First N. B., San Bernardino, Cal
Dover National Bank, Dover, N. H
Browne N. B., Spokane Falls, Wash...
First N. B^ Anacortes, Wash
Holdrege N. B., Holdrege, Nebr
National Bank of Kansas City, Mo
First N. B., Texarkana, Tex
First National Bank, Ravenna, Nebr..
City National Bank, Fort Worth, Tex .
First National Bank, Dublin, Tex
First National Bank, Ocala, Fla
First N. B., Willimantic, Conn 1
First N. B., Port Angeles, Wash.
First N. B., Ida Grove, Iowa 2
First National Bank, Pella, Iowa
Merchants N. B., Seattle, Wash
Union National Bank, Denver, Colo...
Superior N. B., West Superior, Wis....
Puget Sound N. B., Everett, Wash
Keystone National Bank of Superior,
West Superior, Wis.
First N. B., South Bend, Wash
State National Bank, Denver, Co/0.2 3 . . .
Kearney N. B., Kearney, Nebr
First N. B., Wellington, Kans
Columbia N. B., Tacoma, Wash
Total
First National Bank, Orlando, Fla.1....
Bellingham Bay National Bank, New
Whatcom, Wash.
Chattahoochee N. B., Columbus, Ga...
German N. B., Lincoln, Nebr
Fort Stanwix N. B., Rome, N. Y
Farmers N. B., Portsmouth, Ohio
Humbold First National Bank, Humboldt, Kans.
Grand Forks National Bank, Grand
Forks, N. Dak.
First N. B., Bedford City, Va
National Bank of Jefferson, Tex
Sumner N. B., Wellington, Kans
First National Bank, Cheney, Wash...
Kittitas Valley National Bank, Ellensburg, Wash.
First N. B., Hillsborough, Ohio
American N. B., Denver. Colo.*
First National Bank, Minot, N. Dak...
Yates County N. B., Penn Yan, N. Y . .
First National Bank, Larned, Kans
Citizens' N. B., San Angelo, Tex
Sioux National Bank, Sioux City, Iowa.
American N. B., New Orleans, La
First National Bank, Helena, Mont....
Bennett N. B., New Whatcom, Wash..
First National Bank, Springville, N.Y.
First N. B., Mount Pleasant, Mich
First National Bank, Ithaca, Mich
City National Bank, Tyler, Tex

Total



Date.

Capital.

3526
3951
3151
4005
2924
4361
1376
3398
402-1
4873
1513
3527
1043
4025
4458
3875
3489
3065
4043
2359
4062
3470
2388
4315
3930
1891
2985
4382
4680
4796
4399

July
Dec.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
July
July
Oct.
May
Mar.
Aug.
July
Apr.
May
Nov.
Apr.
Apr.
Oct.
May
May
July
Mar.
June
May
Oct.
Oct.
June
Julv
Jan.
Sept.
Aug.

3,1886
$100,000
24,1888
50,000
10,1884
50,000
8,1889
150,000
13,1883
50,000
9,1890
100,000
1,1865
100,000
2,1885
50,000
4,1889
75,000
6,1893
50,000
9,1865
100,000 $20,000
3,1886
100,000
22,1865
100,000
4,1889
150,000
6,1890
50,000
26,1888
50,000
13,1886 1,000,000 15,000
26,1883
50,000
22,1889
50,000
28,1877
50,000
500
1,1889
50,000
16,1886
50,000
20,1878
100,000
19,1890
50,000
10,1888
100,000
14,1871
50,000
23,1883
50,000
30,1890* 1,000,000
13,1892
200,000
23,1892
50,000
16,1890
100,000

$43,500
12,500
50,000
15,000
218,000
16,600
245,060
34,000
24,208

43.5
25.0
100.0
10.0
436.0
16.6
245.0
68.0
32.3

65,875
241,000
6,000

i88,9ii

188.9
65.8
241.0
4.0

21,250
655,000
100,439
12,500
358,500
3,000
15,750
117,500

42.5
65.5
200.9
25.0
717.0
6.0
31.5
117.5

50,088
57,500
110,250
190,000

50.1
115.0
220.5
19.0

24,500

24.5

4467
2694
3201
2879
4623

Nov.
May
June
Feb.
Sept.

15,1890
16,1882
5,1884
13,1883
2,1891

50,000
120,000
100,000
50,000
200,000

2,000
150,600
95,750
58,750
22,000

4.0
125.5
95.7
117.5
11.0

3469
3976

Mar. 16,1886
Feb. 7,1889

50,000
60,000

27,500
2,400

55.0
4.0

1630
3571
1410
1088
3807

Jan. 22,1866
Oct. 16,1886
July 8,1865
Apr. 29,1865
Nov. 1,1887

100,000
100,000
150,000
250,000
60,000

279,000
33,832
603,000
547,500
15,600

279.0
33.8
402.0
219.0
26.0

3301

Feb.

6,1885

50,000

61,200

4257
1777
3865
4542
3867

Mar.
Jan.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.

13,1890
28,1871
10,1888
1,1891
14,1888

50,000
100,000
75,000
50,000
50,000

19,000
19,500
33,250
3.000
5^000

122.4
38.0
19.5
44.3
6.0
10.0

787
4159
4009
2405
2666
4659
2535
3978
1649
4171
2892
3215
3217
4353

Feb.
Nov.
Apr.
Dec.
Apr.
Dec.
June
Feb.
Apr.
Dec.
Feb.
June
July
Julv

7,1865
13,1889
13,1889
30,1878
27,1882
5,1891
9,1881
14,1889
5,1866
4,1889
26,1883
28,1884
7,1884
2,1890

100,000
250,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
200,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
100,000

254,312
90,000
17,000
66,000
163,750
18,500
419,459
60,000
273,000
5,000
37,500
36,000
41,250
20,000

254.3
36.0
34.0
112.0
327.5
18.5
419.4
30.0
273.0
10.0
75.0
72.0
82.5
20.0

... ... ..
1

SurPer
plus. Amount. cent.

Second failure.
2 Formerly in voluntary liquidation.

54,250

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147

of receivers, together with capital and surplus, etc.—Continued.

Failures.

Circulation.

Lawful
money
deposited.
Capital.

$100,000
50,000
50,000
150,000
"200,000
100,000
100,020
50,000
75,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
75,000
1,000,000
50,000
50,000
300,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
150,000
50,000
200,000
500,000
135,000
50,000
200,000

Surplus.

$35,000
4,000
16,000
25,000
18,417
12,000
20,000
10,000
4,850
20,000
57,000
20,000
3,000
1,500
5,000
4,500
45,000
7,450
25,000
20,000
1,050
25,000
65,000
2,500
22,000

Receiver
appointed.
Nov. 10,1894
Nov. 13,1894
Dec. 12,1894
Dec. 13,1894
Dec. 14,1894
Dec. 15,1894
Jan. 2,1895
Jan. 11,1895
Jan. 14,1895
Jan. 19,1895
Jan. 28,1895
Jan. 29,1895
Feb. 7,1895
Feb. 8,1895
Mar. 6,1895
Mar. 15,1895
Mar. 18,1895
Apr. 1,1895
Apr. 10,1895
.. ..do
Apr. 22,1895
do
Apr. 23,1895
Apr. 26,1895
June 4,1895
June 5,1895
June 19,1895
Aug. 2,1895
Aug. 6,1895
Aug. 7,1895
Aug. 15,1895

Y

§
Y
E
Z
Z
F
Y
G
Z
V
V
TJ
E
N
Y
V
V

3

G
E
R
V
E
W
Q
V
I
E
Y
V
Q

Aug.
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Oct.

85,000
60,000

1,500
40,000

Nov. 29,1895
Dec. 5,1895

100,000
100,000
150,000
250,000
60,000

35,000
30,000
50,000
3,487

Dec. 7,1895
Dec. 19,1895
Feb. 8,1896
do. '.
Feb. 15,1896

200,000

1,000

50,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
50,000

20,000
20,000

100,000
500,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
100; 000
300,000
200,000
800,000
50,000
50,000
$50,000
50,000
100,000

20,000
150,000
33
15,000

1,000

17,1895
24,1895
19,1895
25,1895
30,1895

1

3,805,000

Issued.

$22,500
11,250
33,050
11,250
44,360
22,050
22,545
11,250
16,155
10,850
26,223
21,800
93,211
21,800
11,250
16,875
45,000
15,600
11,250
44,000
11,250
11,250
22,500
11,250
14,020
14,218
43,150
135,000
44,190
10,930
43, 725

$22,500
11,250
33,050
11,250
44,360
22,050
22,545
11,250
16,155
10,850
26,223
21,800
93,211
21,800
11,250
16,875
45,000
15,600
11,250
44,000
11,250
11,250
22,500
11,250
14,020
14,218
43,150
135,000
44,190
10,930
43,725

Redeemed. Outstanding.
$22,120
11,140
32,500
10,920
43,690
21,650
20,186
10,930
15,840
10,810
24,437
21,340
90,210
21,360
11,065
16,625
44,190
15,350
11,100
42,577
11,105
11,030
21,375
11,090
13,640
13,178
42,400
133,070
43,670
10,810
43,175

$380
110
550
330
670
400
2,359
320
315
40
1,786
460
3,001
440
185
250
810
250
150
1,423
145
220
1,125
160
380
1,040
750
1,930
520
120
550

268
269
270
271
272
273
274
275
276
277
278
279
280
281
282
283
284
285
286
287
288
289
290
291
292
293
294
295
296
297
298
299
300
301
302
303

1,000

7,000
5,000
30,000
100,000
25,000
$10,000
10,000
7,200

11,250

11,250

11,080

170

22,500
11,250
45,000

22,500
11,250
45,000

21,900
10,890
44,640

600
360
360

963, 752

941,093

22,659

E
Y
Y
Y
Z
T
W

33,750
13,050

33,750
13,050

33,185
12,840

565
210

304
305

22,500
21,900
135,000
45,000
13,000

22,500
21,900
135,000
45,000
13,000

20,145
21,215
129,490
39,980
12,870

2,355
685
5,510
5,020
130

306
307
308
309
31C

Apr. 28,1896

G

46,150

46,150

45,330

820

311

May
June
June
June
July

2,1896
24,1896
26,1896
27,1896
18,1896

U
E
X
Y
V

11,250
22,500
22,500
11,250
11,250

11,250
22,500
22,500
11,250
11,250

11,055
20,695
21,700
11,135
10,900

195
1,805
800
115
350

312
313
314
315
316

July 22,1896
July 25,1896
Aug. 12,1896
Aug. 17,1896
Aug. 26,1896
Sept, 9,1896
do
Sept. 10,1896
Sept. 11,1896
Sept. 19,1896
Oct. 3,1896
Oct. 7,1896
Oct. 14,1896
Oct. 17,1896

X
Y
F
V
U
V
V

22,150

22,150

19,441

2,709

11,250
11,700
11,250
22,500
44,100
44,300
45,000
11,250
18,000
11,250
11,250
22,495

11,250
11,700
11,250
22,500
44,100
44,300
45,000
11,250
18,000
11,250
11,250
22,495

11,095
11,205
10,740
22,030
42,850
43,180
41,199
11,000
17,345
11,000
10,948
22,170

155
495
510
470
1,250
1,120
3,801
250
655
250
302
325

317
318
319
320
321
322
323
324
325
326
327
328
329
330

695,595

695,595

664,743

30,852

5,235,020

!

•

963,752

20,000
32,500
12,000

50,000
300,000
100,000
50,000
350,000

Cause
of
failure.

o
Y
V
G
X

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148

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
TABLE NO. 37.—National banks which have been placed in the hands
Total dividends
paid during
existence as a
national banking association.

Organization.
Name and location of bank.
Charter
number.
331
332
333
334
335
336
337
338
339
340
341
342
343
344
345
346
347
348
349
350
351
352
353
354
355
356
357
358
359
360
361
362
363
364
365
366
367
3(58

First National Bank, Garnett, Kans...
First National Bank, Eddy, N. Mex...
Second National Bank, Rockford, 111...
Marine National Bank. Duluth, Minn..
First National Bank, Decorah, Iowa ...
Missouri N. B., Kansas City, Mo
First N. B. of E. Saginaw, Saginaw,Mich
First National Bank, Tyler, Tex
First N.B., Niagara Falls, N.Y
National Bank of Illinois, Chicago, 111...
Big Rapids N. B., Big Rapids, Mich.i..
Second N. B., Grand Forks, N. Dak....
First N. B., Sioux City, Iowa*
C itizens' N. B., Fareo, N. Dak
Merchants' N. B., Devils Lake, N. Dak.
First National Bank, Alma, N ebr
Columbia N. B., Minneapolis, Minn
Dakota N. B., Sioux Falls, S. Dak
First National Bank, Newport, Ky
German N. B., Louisville, Ky
Mutual N. B., New Orleans, La
Merchants' National Bank, Ocala, Fla..
Moscow N. B., Moscow, Idaho
First National Bank, Olympia, Wash..
First National Bank, Franklin, Ohio...
First National Bank, Griswold, Iowa...
National Bank of Potsdam, N. Y
NorthwesternN. B., Great Falls, Mont..
Merchants' N. B., Jacksonville, Fla
Union N. B., Minneapolis. Minn
The Dalles N. B., The Dalles, Oreg
City National Bank, Gatesville, Tex...
Merchants' N. B., Helena, Mont
First National Bank, Orleans, Nebr
Keystone National Bank, Erie, Pa
Merchants' and Miners' National Bank,
Phillipsburg, Mont.
First National Bank, Asheville, N. C...
First N. B., Benton Harbor, Mich

Date.

2973
4455
482
4421
493
4494
637
3651
4899
1867
2944
3504
1757
3602
3714
3580
4739
2843
2276
2002
1898
3815
4584
3024
738
3048
868
2476
4332
2795
3534
4732
2732
3342
535
4843

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

11,1883
31,1890
13,1864
23,1890
6,1864
30,1890
20,1864
21,1887
18,1893
29,1871
9,1883
17,1886
28,1870
14,1886
24,1887
28,1886
13,1892
19,1882
15,1875
5,1872
10,1871
21,1887
17,1891
11,1883
23,1865
15,1883
7,1865
14,1880
2,1890
12,1882
16,1886
23,1892
14,1882
19,1885
19,1864
1,1893

3418
4261

Dec. 4,1885
May 15,1890

Capital.

Surplus.

Per
Amount. cent.

$50,000
$71,500 143.0
50,000
50,000 $2,470
636,458 1272.9
250,000 5,000
14,000
5.6
75,000
254,611 339.5
250,000
75,000
30.0
50,000
332,500 665.0
100,000
83,000
83.0
100,000
6,000
6.0
500,000
1,877,500 375.5
100,000
47,500
47.5
55,000
33,550
61.0
100,000
161,000 161.0
100,000 1,000
60,000
60.0
50,000
41,750
83.5
50,000
31,534
63.1
1,143
200,000
24,000
12.0
50,000
23,000
46.0
100,000
288,000 288.0
237, 700
402,400 169.3
300,000
497,500 165.8
50,000
25,500 51.0
75,000 3,000
18,000
24.0
50,000
88,000 176.0
50,000
259,000 518.0
50,000
53,500 107.0
50,000
523,670 1047.3
50,000
177,500 355.0
100,000
60,000
60.0
250,000
317,500 127.0
2,500
50,000
50,000
16,500
33.0
500
150,000
288,500 152.3
50,000
39,337
78.7
150,000
1,343 531,034 354.0
50,000
10,000
500
20.0
100,000
50,000

50,000
17,500

50.0
35.0

50,000

12,000

24.0

Total
3C9
370
371
372
373
374
375

Sault Ste. Marie National Bank,
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.
First National Bank, Pembina, N. Dak.
Chestnut St. N. B., Philadelphia, Pa...
National Bank of Paola, Kans
First National Bank, Larimore, N. Dak.
Hampshire County 2
National
Northampton, Mass.

Bank,

State N. B., Logansport, Ind.1

3747

July

3438
3723
3795
2854
418

Jan.
June
Sept.
Jan.
Apr.

7,1887

2596

Dec.

7,1881

100,000

190,000

2203
2442
4110
3177
1915
4554
1087
1886
2082
358
3360
3521

Nov.
Dec.
Sept.
May
Jan.
Apr.
Apr.
Sept.
Feb.
Feb.
June
June

7,1874
12,1879
2,1889
6,1884
2,1872
16,1891
29,1865
27,1871
8,1873
8,1864
30,1885
17,1886

50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
70,000
50,000
50,0C0
50,000

77,250 154.5
93,473 186.9
20,411 40.8
20,250
40.5
194,000 388.0
7,500
15.0
233,000 233.0
91,000 182.0
76,500 109.3
154,054 308.1

20,1886
50,000
14,1887
250,000
30,1887
100,000
9,1883 * 50,000
6,1864
50,000

53,000 106.0
150,000
60.0
47,500
47.5
49,500
99.0
571,500 1143.0
190.0

Total
376
377
378
379
380
381
382
383
384
385
386
387

First N. B.,New Lisbon, Ohio
First National Bank, Carthage, N. Y...
First National Bank, Neligh, Nebr
First National Bank, Flushing, Ohio...
First National Bank, Emporia, Kans...
First National Bank, Cordele, Ga
Cochecho National Bank, Dover, N. H..
Citizens' National Bank, Niles Mich
Atchison N. B., Atchison, Kans
First National Bank, Penn Yan, N. Y..
First N. B., Arkansas City, Kans.1
First N. B., McPherson, Kans.2

50,250

100.5

Total
Broadway, N. B., Boston, Mass
551 Oct. 25,1864
150,0C0
$654 393,816 262.5
People's National Bank, Denver, Colo.2. '40S4 July 30,1889
132,000 88.0
150,0C0
Globe National Bank, Boston, Mass
936 Mar. 25,1865 i,ooo,cCo 287,304" 2,055,000 205.5
1
2
Formerly in voluntary liquidation.

Restored to solvency.

388
389
390

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
of receivers, together with capital and surplus, etc.—Continued.

Circulation.

Failures.
Lawful
money
deposited.
Capital.

$50,000
50,000
200,000
200,000
75,000
250,000
100,000
200,000
100,000
1,000,000
100,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
200,000
50,000
200,000
251,500
200,000
100,000
75,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
200,000
250,000
100,000
500,000
50,000
50,000
350,000
50,000
150,000
50,000

$10,000
10,000
52,000
1,000
15,000
15,000
60,000
40,000
3,000
1,000,000
18,000

100,000
50,000

Receiver
appointed.

Surplus.

Cause
of
failure.

20,000
6,021

Aug. 23,1897
Sept. 21,1897

N
K

40,000
35,000
3,297
50,000
75,000
30,000
30,000
20,000
10,000
10,000
30,000
35,000
12,000

100,000

Dec.

10,1897
19,1898
29,1898
1,1898
26,1898
23,1898

50,000
500,000
50,000
50,000
250,000

7,985
150,000
2,500
50,000

Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Feb.
May

200,000

V

u

Q
V
X
T
N
Y

s

II
F
V
F
S

z
I
v
G
V
Y
G
F

z

55,000

Sept. 27,1898

u
w
T
W
G
A

Outs tanding.

$11,700
10,900
49,100
45,000
17,320
45,000
37,422
45,000
21,880
52,980
20,880
10,870
6,430
21,950
22,500
11,250
44,010
10,800
45,000
176,400
42,800
22,200
16,875
21,800
22,200
11,250
45,000
42,870
22,100
43,950
10,750
11,020
50,040
11,250
51,071
11,250

$11,700
10,900
49,100
45,000
17,320
45,000
37,422
45,000
21,880
52,980
20,880
10.870
51,430
21,950
22,500
11,250
44,010
10,800
45,000
176,400
42,800
22,200
16,875
21,800
22,200
11,250
45,000
42,870
22,100
43,950
10,750
11,020
50,040
11,250
51,071
11,250

$11,255
10,710
44,646
44,190
15,485
44,200
34,990
43,993
21,570
50,529
20,253
10,595
6,430
21,300
22,045
11,030
43,325
10,500
42,310
170,306
39,768
21,800
16,680
21,290
19,963
10,973
39, 784
41,157
21, 750
42,658
10,450
10,850
48,510
10,732
45,905
11,100

$445
190
4,454
810
1,835
800
2,432
1,007
310
2,451
627
275
45,000
650
455
220
685
* 300
2,690
6,094
3,032
400
195
510
2.2.J7
277
5,216
1,713
350
1,292
300
170
1,530
518
5,166
150

331
332
333
334
335
336
337
338
339
340
341
342
343
344
345
346
347
348
349
350
351
352
353
354
355
356
357
358
359
360
361
362
363
364
365
306

22,500
11,250

22,500
11,250

21,925
10,900

575
350

367
358

1,221,568

1,125,857

95,711

22,000

22,000

21,280

720

369

10,700
42,890
17,560
10,750
90,000

10,700
42,890
17,560
10,750
145,905

10,345
41,615
16,910
10,245
44,675

355
1,275
650
505
101,2J0

370
371
372
3-3
374
375

5,500

Z
A

Nov. 3,1898
Nov. 4,1898
do
Nov. 5,1898
Nov. 16,1898
Mar. 4,1899
June 6,1899
July 8,1899
Sept. 5,1899
Sept. 18,1899
Oct. 19,1899
Oct. 28,1899

V
N
M
T
N
F
J
E
M

Dec. 16,1899
Dec. 20,1899
Dec. 21,1899

M
X
O

z

850,000
175,000

nb, 666




29,110

27,600

1,510

278,915

172,670

106,245

11,250
21,640
10,750
11,250
22,500
11,250
33,750
20,653
45,000
11,250
22,500
16,870

11,250
21,640
10,750
11,250
22,500
11,250
33,750
20,653
45,000
11,250
22,500
16,870

10,240
20,903
10,505
10,760
18,818
11,025
30,630
19,275
42,003
10,260
21,910
16,480

1,010
737
245
490
3,682
225
3,120
1,378
2,997
990
590
390

238,663

1,541
5,000
3,000
1,000
100,000
6,000
3,000
10,000
10,000
15,000

29,110
223,010

E

1,200,000

200, 000
300,000
1,000,000

Redeemed.

1,176,568

Y
J
Y
Y
L
Y
H
G
W
Y
N
Y

1,500
70,000
1,800
10,000
2,500

Nov. 9,1896
Nov. 10,1896
do
Nov. 11,1896
Nov. 24,1896
Dec. 3,1896
Dec. 10,1896
Dec. 17,1896
Dec. 18,1896
Dec. 21,1896
Dec. 31,1896
Jan.
7,1897
do
..do
Jan. 11,1897
Jan. 12,1897
Jan. 14,1897
Jan. 20,1897
Jan. 21,1897
Jan. 22,1897
Jan. 27,1897
Feb. 3,1897
Feb. 4,1897
Feb. 17,1897
do
. . . do
Mar. 2,1897
Mar. 6,1897
Mar. 17,1897
Mar. 20,1897
May 7,1897
May 29,1897
June 2,1897
June 5,1897
July 26,1897
July 28,1897

5,851,500

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

Issued.

238,663

212,809

25,854

104,195
45,000
863, 785

104,195
45,000
863,7S5

99,355
43, 7,30
841,778

4,840
1,250
22,007

376
377
378
379
380
381.
382
383
384
385
3Sd
387

388
389
390

150

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
TABLE NO. 37.—National banks which have been placed in the hands
Total dividends
paid during
existence as a
national banking association.

Organization.

j

Name and location of bank.
Charter
number.
391
392
393

Merchants' N. B., Rutland, Vt
Somerset N. Bkg. Co., Somerset, Ky.i..
South Danvers N. B., Peabody, Mass...

394
395
396
397
398
399
400
401
402
403
404

American N. B., Baltimore, Md
First N. B., White Pigeon, Mich
First National Bank, Niles, Mich
Farmers' N. B., Vergennes, Vt
LeMarsN. B., Le Mars, Iowa
First N. B., Vancouver, Wash
Pynchon N. B., Springfield, Mass
Seventh N B., New York, N. Y*
City National Bank, Buffalo, N. Y
2

405
406

First National Bank, Belmont. Ohio...
Hancock N. B., Boston, Mass.*

407
408

Central National Bank, Boston, Mass...
National Bank of South Pennsylvania,
Hyndman, Pa.
First N. B., Asbury Park, N. J
First N. B., of Fla., Jacksonville, Fla..
Southport N. B., Southport, Conn
Navesink N. B., Red Bank, N. J
Citizens' N. B., Beaumont, Tex
Groesbeck N. B., Groesbeck, Tex
Packard N. B., Greenfield, Mass 2

Date.

3311
5468
958

Feb. 25,1885
June 29,1900
Mar. 31,1865

$50,000
50,000
150,000 $37,041

$79,000

158.0

403,500

269.0

4518
4527
1761
2475
2818
3031
987
998
5174
2118
2309

Feb.
Mar.
Jan.
Apr.
Nov.
Aug.
Apr.
Apr.
Jan.
July
Nov.

100,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
150,000 52,266
500,000
300,000 150,000
100,000
50,000

70,000 70.0
16,500 33.0
269,000 269.0
51,500 103.0
99,000 99.0
102,137 204.2
633,353 422.2
626,000 125.2
6,000
4.0
238,200 238.2
163,510 327.0

4864
1442

Mar. 18,1893
July 15,1865

50,000
600,000

21,500
795,000

40.3 1
132.5 1

2103
4063

Apr. 30,1873
July 2,1889

500,000
50,000

685,000
1,500

137.0
3.0

50,000
81,000
600
50,000
89,500
100,000 29,000 504,250
50,000
30,000
100,000 2,222
50,000
45,000
100,000
129,500
30,000
900
1,000,000
60,000
200,000 20,000 1,283,000

162.0
179.0
504.2
60.0

Capital.

Surplus.

Per
xVmount. cent.

Total

First National Bank, Austin, Tex.

Eufaula National Bank, Eufaula, Ala..

10,1891
3,1891
3,1871
29,1880
13,1882
15,1883
7,1865
11,1865
26,1899
17,1873
30,1875

Total

*

Total

409
410
411
412
413
414
415
416
417
418

Feb.
Aug.
Dec.
Mar.
May
Mar.
May
Feb.
Nov.
Jan.

4,1886
24,1874
29,1864
19,1891
31,1901
22,1890
17,1875
24,1902
16,1901
14,1864

5586
4068
4841
2595
5504
6284
5286
5998
3581
5960
6833

Sept.
July
Jan.
Dec.
July
June
Apr.
Oct.
Nov.
Sept.
June

25,1900
3,1889
7,1893
1,1881
18,1900
2,1902
12,1900
24,1901
2,1886
10,1901
13,1903

50,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
25,000
200,000
200,000
25,000
60,000
25,000
100,000

5735
4705
1617
5839
6164
4986
1629
4943
4273

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

7,1901
9,1892
9,1865
29,1901
17,1902
19,1895
15,1866
7,1894
27,1890

25,000
50,000
100,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000

Oct.
Nov.
Mar.
June
Apr.
Dec.
2 Restored to solvency.

8,1891
30,1891
28,1889
2,1882
27,1886
2,1868

50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000

3451
2174
660
4535
5841
4269
2264
Bolivar National Bank, Bolivar, Pa. 2 6135
Federal National Bank, Pittsburgh, Pa. . 6023
First National Bank, Allegheny, Pa.2... 198

j
j

90.0
129.5
3.0
6.0
641.5

Total

430
431
432
433
434
435
436
437
438

First National Bank, Victor, Colo
Farmers' N. B., Henrietta, Tex
Indiana National Bank, Elkhart, Ind..
First N. B., Storm Lake, Iowa
Citizens' N. B., McGregor, Tex
Equitable N. B., New York, N. Y
American Ex. N. B., Syracuse, N. Y...
First National Bank, Matthews, Ind...
Galion National Bank. Galion, Ohio...
First National Bank, Billings, OklaA..
Orange Growers' National Bank,
Riverside, Cal.
National Bank of Holdenville, Ind. T..
Capital National Bank, Guthrie, Okla...
First National Bank, Macon, Ga
First National Bank, Cape May, N. J..
Elk City, N. B., Elk City, Okla
Medina National Bank, Medina, N. Y . .
First National Bank, Grinnell, Iowa
People's National Bank, Swanton, Vt..
First National Bank, Claysville, Pa

439
440
441
442
443
444

Berlin National Bank, Berlin, Wis
Wooster N. B., Wooster, Ohio
Big Bend N. B., Davenport Wash
Citizens' National Bank, Oberlin, Ohio.
First National Bank, Conneaut, Ohio..
First National Bank, Faribault, Minn..

419
420
421
422
423
424
425
426
427
428
429

25,000
21,925
54,000
79,047
6,250

50.0
43.8
54.0
158.1
25.0

23,340
4,200
87,600

11.7
16.0
146.0

15,000

3,000

3.0

1,575

7,500
117,221
458,000

30.0
234.4
458.0

10,000
309,000
24,250
11,000

20.0
618.0
48.5
22.0

17,750
74,000
44,000
94,200
43,500
186,500

35.5
74.0 I
88.0
188.4
87.0
373.0

Total

1

No circulation.




4641
4657
4002
2718
3492
1686

3

3,000

Formerly in voluntary liquidation.

151

EEPOET OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
of receivers, together with capital and surplus, etc.—Continued.

Failures.

Circulation.
Lawful
money
deposited.

Capital.

$100,000
50,000
150,000

Receiver
appointed.

Cause
of
failure.

Mar. 26,1900
Aug 17,1900
Sept. 19,1900

Z

$22,500

$22,500

$21,865

$635

u
I

50,000

50,000

45,679

4,321

1,085,480

1,085,480

1,052,427

33,053

100,000
50,000
99,000
20,000
23 900
12,500
111,465

100,000
50,000
99,000
20,000
23 900
12,500
111,465

96,690
48, 770
95,406
19,050
22,890
11,700
105,695

3,310
1,230
3,594
950
1 010
800
5,770

297,750

297,750

294,858

2,892

25,000

25,000

23,464

1,536

739,615

739,615

718,523

21,092

50,000
60,400

50,000
60,400

48,260
53,733

1,740
6,667

Surplus.

$500
66,000

1,800,000
200,000
50,000
100,000
60,000
100,000
50,000
200,000
500,000
300,000
100,000
100,000

50,000
10,000
20,000
6,000
4,000
100,000
150,000
150,000
2,500

Dec.
Dec.
Mar.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
June
June
June
Aug
Oct.

21,1900
27,1900
9,1901
13,1901
17,1901
20,1901
24,1901
27,1901
29,1901
3,1901
21,1901

F
G
Z

z

Q
R
F
I
G
W
S

1,760,000
50,000
400,000

10,000

z

Feb. 25,1902
Apr. 4,1902

V

F
T

450,000
Nov. 13,1902
Dec. 16,1902

100,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
100,000
30,000
2,000,000
350,000

60,000
10,000
40,000
20,000
10,000
10,000
13,500
1,000
400,000
100,000

Feb. 13,1903
Mar. 14,1903
May 19,1903
Aug. 14,1903
Aug. 20,1903
Aug. 22,1903
Oct. 1,1903
do
Oct. 21,1903
Oct. 22,1903

F
Z

z

L
L
I
G
AA
AA

3,480,000

391
392
393

394
395
396
397
398
399
400
401
402
403
404

405
406

110,400

101,993

8,407

401,133
12,500

401,133
12,500

392,090
12,015

9,043
485

407
408

25,000
50,000
100,000
12,500
25,000
12,500
98,070
10,000

25,000
50,000
100,000
12,500
25,000
12,500
98,070
10,000
696,500
99,100

23,995
46,350
93,751
12,140
24,390
11,645
95,415
8,450
34,605
3,440

1,005
3,650
6,249
360
610
855
2,655
1,550
661,895
95,660

409
410
411
412
413
414
415
416
417
418

1,542,303

758,286

784,017

48,750
12,500
24,550
50,000
25,000
49,350
200 000
12,500
60,000
6 500
24,400

46,680
11,617
23,003
47,712
24,370
48,460
196 355
12,245
57,750
6 340
24,080

2,070
883
1,547
2,288
630
890
3 645
255
2,250
160
320

419
420
421
422
423
424
425
426
427
428
429

50 000
98,700
197,000
6 000
6,250
12,500
25,000
50,000
49,300

49 300
95,990
186,470
5 640
6,110
12,010
20,874
48,G10
47, 770

700
2,710
10,530
360
140
490
4,126
1,390
1,530

430
431
432
433
434
435
436
437
438

4,1903
18,1903
19,1903
2,1904
8,1904
10,1904
11 1904
13,1904
15,1904
19 1904
23,1904

F
L
N
N
Z
IT
G
I
Z

u
z

48, 750
12,500
24,550
50,000
25,000
49,350
200 000
12,500
60,000
6 500
24,400

5,000
7,000
20,000
314
16,000

do
Apr. 4,1904
May 16,1904
May 24,1904
May 28,1904
June 22,1904
July 27,1904
Aug. 18,1904
Oct. 11,1904

F
G
M
V
G
N
Z
H
Z

50 000
98,700
197,000
6,000
6,250
12,500
25,000
50,000
49,300

2,000
15,000
5,000
20,000
10,000
10,*000

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Dec.
Jan.

V
Q
R
K
R
C

3,000
10,000
20,000
8,500
1,500
4,250
40,000
16,000
20,000
65,000

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Jan.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb
Feb.
Feb.
Feb
Mar.

1,535,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
60,000
50,000
50,000

Outstanding.

746,703

100,000
10,000

50,000
100,000
200,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000

Redeemed.

110,400

500,000
50,000

50,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
25,000
200,000
200,000
25,000
60,000
25,000
100,000

Issued.

1,008,300




17,1904
23,1904
25,1904
28,1904
20,1904
3,1905
3

12,500
100,000
12,500
50,000
12,500
50,000

1,008,300
12,500
100,000
12,500
50,000
12,500
50,000

Formerly in voluntary liquidation.

971,386
11,370
96,660
11,675
47,090
11,740
45,687

36,914
1,130
3,340
825
2,910
760
4,313

440
441
442
443
444

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KEPOBT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
TABLE NO. 37.—National banks which have been placed in the hands
Total dividends
paid during
existence as a
national banking association.

Organization.
Name and location of bank.
Charter
number.
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160

American National Bank, Abilene, Tex.
First National Bank, Nederland, Tex..
First National Bank, Cornwall, N. Y...
First National Bank, Lexington, Okla.
First National Bank, Barberton, Ohio..
First National Bank, Ladysmith, Wis.
Fredonia N. B., Fredonia, N. Y
Vigo County N. B., Terre Haute, Ind..
First National Bank, Topeka, Kans....
Spring Valley N. B., Spring Valley, 111.
First National Bank, Toluca, 111
City National Bank, Kansas City, Mo..
Minot National Bank, Minot, N. Dak..
First National Bank, Orville, Ohio
Peoria National Bank, Peoria, 111
Enterprise N. B., Allegheny, Pa

161
16?
163
164

Farmers' N. B., Kingsfisher, Okla
First National Bank, Lineville, Ala
American National Bank, Boston, Mass.
First National Bank, West, Tex
First National Bank, Attalla, Ala
Delmont National Bank of New Salem,
Delmont, Pa.
First National Bank, Chelsea, Mass
Bates National Bank, Butler, Mo

Date.

Surplus.

Capital.

7028
6596
7344
5462
5230
5535
841
3929
2646
3465
4871
5250
6315
6379
2878
4991

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

30,1903
28,1903
25,1904
27,1900
1,1899
13,1900
27,1865
8,1888
13,1882
6,1886
10,1893
2,1900
23,1902
14,1902
12,1883
4,1895

$75,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
$500
150,000 2,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
250,000 25,000
25,000
25,000
150,000 6,000
200,000 90,000

6702
7516
5840
5543
7951
5837

Mar.
Dec.
May
Aug.
Oct.
May

30,1903
16,1904
29,1901
17,1900
18,1905
28,1901

25,000
25,000
200,000
25,000
30,000
25,000

533
6405

Oct. 14,1864
Aug. 30,1902

300,000
50,000

Per
Amount. cent.

$7,000

28.0

1,800
7.2
289,000 578.0
103,500 69.0
347,500 695.0
62,000 124.0
51,000 102.0
52,500 21.0
14,750 59.0
2,250
9.0
310,000 206.7
170,000 85.0

Total

166
167
168

=
5,000

20.0

10,000

841,500
17,000

280.5
34.0

3,000

597,750

398.4

Total
169
170
171
172
173
174
175

Farmers & Drovers National Bank,
Waynesburg, Pa.
First National Bank, Scotland, S. Dak..
FortDallas National Bank, Miami, Fla.
First National Bank, Dresden, Ohio...
First National Bank of the City of
Brooklyn, N.Y.i
Farmers & Merchants National Bank,
Mount Pleasant, Pa.
First National Bank, Chariton, Iowa...

Feb. 25,1865

150,000

7048
6774
5144
923

Nov.
May
Oct.
Mar.

28,1903
6,1903
7,1898
21,1865

25,000
100,000
50,000
200,000

4892

Mar. 27,1893

50,000

31,500

63.0

1724

Oct. 20,1870

50,000

352,500

705.0

3519
2963
7316
6339
2415
7675

June
May
June
July
Mar.
Mar.

10,1886
26,1883
25,1904
14,1902
6,1879
31,1905

100,000
100,000
200,000
25,000
200,000
100,000

102,200
76,600
36,000
42,127
633,500
2,500

102.2
76.6
18.0
168.5
316.8
2.5

8157
4581

Apr. 3,1906
June 11,1891

25,000
700,000

1,887,000

269.6

5783
5168
7182
6948
5321
3040
7251
722
7929

Apr.
Jan.
Mar.
Sept.
May
Sept.
May
Jan.
Sept.

18,1901
14,1899
22,1904
8,1903
2,1900
3,1883
11,1904
16,1865
29,1905

250,000 250,000 1,495,000 594.0
100,000
53,000 53.0
50,000
25,000 3,000
3,750 II. 6
25,000
7,500
30.0
50,000
144,500 289.0
25,000
6,250 25.0
500,000 115,640 1,600,000 320.0
200,000

7790
5814
4190
6216
4452

June
May
Dec.
Apr.
Oct.

15,1905
15,1901
28,1889
21,1902
29,1890

50,000
25,000
50,000
120,000
60,000

839

4,501
18.0
18,000
18.0
47.0
23,500
84,641 2,874,000 1,437.0

Total
176
177
178
179
180
181
18?
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
•Q?
193
194
195
496
497

First National Bank, Leetonia, Ohio...
Aurora National Bank, Aurora, Ind
Woods N. B., San Antonio, Tex
Hot Springs N. B., Hot Springs, S.Dak.
Fort Pitt N. B., Pittsburgh, Pa
Jewelers National Bank, North Attleboro, Mass.
Peoples N. B., Franklinville, N. Y
National Bank of North America in
New York, N. Y.
New Amsterdam N. B.,New York,N.Y.
City National Bank, Greensboro, N. C.
First National Bank, Bisbee, Ariz
First National Bank, Clinton ville, Pa...
First National Bank, East Brady, Pa..
First National Bank, Manasquan,N. J.
First National Bank, Ramona, Okla
Allegheny N. B., Pittsburgh, Pa
National Deposit Bank, Philadelphia,
Pa.
First N. B., Rock ereek, Ohio
First National Bank, Friendly, W. Va..
First National Bank, Niles, Ohio
Cosmopolitan N. B., Pittsburgh, Pa
Farmers and Traders' National Bank,
La Grande, Oreg.




1

Restored to solvency.

5,000
25,000
187

3,000
6.0
6,750 27.0
212, 750 425.5
82,500
68.8
45,000 75.0

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
of receivers, together with capital

and surplus,

etc.—Continued.

Failures.

Circulation.
Lawful
money
deposited.

Capital.

$75,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
100,000
150,000
300,000
50,000
100,000
300,000
25,000
25,000
200.000
200,000

Receiver
appointed.

Cause
of
failure.

Jan. 18,1905
Jan. 26,1905
May 19,1905
May 24,1905
May 26,1905
June 2,1905
Juno 19,1905
June 28,1905
July 3,1905
July 5,1905
.....do
July 20,1905
Sept. 19,1905
Sept. 27,1905
Oct. 7,1905
Oct. 18,1905

G
V

Surplus.

Issued.

Redeemed.

Outstanding.

1,200
198
50,000
50,000
92; 000
33,000
18,000
90
3,000
800
40,000
200,000

u
u
V
N
N
N
M
M
M
W
B
F
BB
Z

2,035,000

$75,000
7,000
6,250
12,000
50,000
6,250
50,000
37,500
300,000
50,000
100,000
217,000
12,500
6,250
200,000
150,000

$75,000
7,000
6,250
12,000
50,000
6,250
50,000
37,500
300,000
50,000
100,000
217,000
12,500
6,250
200,000
150,000

$72,370
6,770
6,160
11,420
48,300
5,910
46,230
34,805
265, 723
47,575
94,900
207,410
12,090
6,000
188,940
143,250

$2,630
230
90
580
1,700
340
3,770
2,695
34,277
2,425
5,100
9,590
410
250
11,060
6,750

1,517,250

$10,000
200

1,517,250

1,422,075

95,175

6,250
6,250
200,000
6,250
30,000
6,250

5,970
6,030
195,530
6,130
29,235
5,890

280
220
4,470
120
765
360

461
462
463
464
465
466
467
468

445
446
447
448
449
450
451
452
453
454
455
456
457
458
459
460

140
25,000
' 5,000
500
500

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Mar.
Apr.
May

1,1905
24,1905
27,1905
27,1906
24,1906
2,1906

u
N

6,250
6,250
200,000
6,250
30.000
6,250

100,000
6,500

Aug. 17,1906
Sept. 20,1906

L
L

54,710
12,500

54,710
12,500

46,843
11,875

7,867
625

322,210

322,210

307,503

14,707

200,000

540,000

Dec. 12,1906

N

100,, 000

90,653

9,347

469

25,000
* 100,000
50,000
300,000

700
5,500
6/200
600,000

Feb. 4,1907
July 5,1907
Oct. 15,1907
Oct. 25,1907

N
N
K
V

15,000
52,000
50,000
38,900

15,000
52,000
50,000
300,000

14,340
49,080
46,610
38,900

660
2,920
3,390
261,100

470
471
472
473

50,000

30,000

Oct. 29,1907

AA

25,000

25,000

23,013

1,987

474

50,000

30,000

Oct. 31,1907

Z

50,000

50,000

45,860

4,140

475

230,900

592,000

308,456

283,544

100,000
50,000
200,000
25,000
1,000,000
100,000

7,500
7,400
12,000
5,000
1,000,000
25,000

Nov. 4,1907
do
Nov. 9,1907
Nov. 27,1907
Dec. 7,1907
Dec. 20,1907

Z
M
U
F
Y
Z

100,000
25,000
200.000
25,000
500,000
100,000

100,000
25,000
200,000
25,000
500,000
100,000

92, 770
21,580
189,750
23,000
473,575
97,500

7,230
3,420
10,250
2,000
26,425
2,500

476
477
478
479
480
481

25,000
2,000,000

500,000

Jan. 13,1908
Jan. 27,1908

N
E

20,000
404,945

20,000
404,945

19,270
364,625

730
40,320

482
483

1,000,000
100,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
500,000
200; 000

200,000 Jan. 30,1908
20,000 Mar. 6,1908
15,000 Mar. 24,1908
7,500 Apr. 24,1908
10,000 May 1,1908
100,000 May 2,1908
1,900 . . . . : d o
700,000 May 18,1908
200,000 July 14,1908

E
F
Q
L
Z
T
A.
Z

150,000
100,000

u

200,000

150,000
100,000
50,000
15,000
25,000
50,000
6,500
198,340
200,000

142,898
92,380
47,490
13,890
23,440
46,813
6,070
115,753
189,205

7,102
7,620
2,510
1.110
1,560
3,187
430
82,587
10,795

484
485
48fi
487
488
489
490
491
492

I

50,000
25,000
300,000

50,000
25,000
300,000
500,000
15,000

47,050
23,250
274,193
447,805
13,610

2,950
1,750
25,807
52,195
1,390

493
494
49 S
491
497

25,000
25,000
200,000
25,000
30,000
25,000
300,000
50,000

U
U

z
L

680,000

775,000

50,000
25,000
300,000
500,000
60,000

5,650
3,000
125,000
100,000
2,000

July 20,1908
July 25,1908
Sept. 3,1908
Sept. 5,1908
Oct. 13,1908




z
u
L
z

15,000
25,000
50,000
6,500

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KEPOKT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
TABLE NO. 37.—National hanks which have been-placedin the hands
Total dividends
paid during
existence as a
national banking association.

Organization.
Name and location of bank.

498
499

Charter
number.

Union National Bank, Summerville, PaJ

First National Bank, Carroll, Iowa

Date.

Capital.

Surplus.

Amount.

Per
cent.

$2,500

$6,500
150,000

13.0
300.0

1,000

370,938
12,500

741.9
50.0

441,000
148,225
52,000
7,500

441.0
211.7
104.0
30.0

155,000

310.0

6739 Apr. 23,1903
3969 Jan. 25,1889

$50,000
50,000

1763
6341
8234
2266
2452
3971
7645
8903
3203

10,1871
17,1902
25,1906
20,1875
2,1880
31,1889
16,1905
2,1907
10,1884

50,000
25,000
38, 500
100,000
70,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
50,000

5029 Dec. 23,1895

350,000

770 Jan. 31,1865
8686 May 14,1907
4472 Nov. 22,1890

100,000
50,000
50,000

11,059
533

5,500

11.0

3097 Dec. 27,1883
7751 May 19,1905

75,000
25,000

1,369
390

321,350
7,250

428.4
29.0

Total
500
501
502
503
504
505
506
507
508

First National Bank, Fort Scott, Kans..
First National Bank, Rugby, N. Dak...
Coal Belt National Bank, Benton, 111...
Union National Bank, Oakland, Cal
Lititz National Bank, Lititz, Pa
First National Bank, Ironwood, Mich..
First National Bank, Savoy, Tex
First National Bank, Burnside,

Ky>...

First National Bank, Mineral Point, Wis.

Jan.
July
May
May
Feb.
Jan.
Mar.
Oct.
June

10,000
2,500

Total
509
510
511
512
513
514

Merchants and Manufacturers National Bank, Columbus, Ohio.
National City Bank, Cambridge, Mass..
First National Bank, Rhyoiite, Nev...
Middleport National Bank, Middleport, Ohio.2
First National Bank, Billings, Mont...
National Bank of Beattyville, Ky
Total

516
517

Mount Vernon National Bank, Mount
Vernon, N. Y.
First National Bank, Salmon, Idaho...
First National Bank, Texico, N. MexA.

518
519
520
521
522
523
524
525

Washington N. B., Washington,N. J...
Union National Bank, Columbus, Ohio.
Albion National Bank, Albion, Mich...
First National Bank, New Berlin, N. Y.
First National Bank, Ambridge, Pa
Second National Bank, Clarion, Pa
First National Bank,Rowlesburg,W.Va.
First National Bank, New Roads, La..

515

527
528
529
530
531

Total

434.3

650,000

13,351

972,488

200,000

19,549

16,000

8.0

8080 Jan. 13,1906
8173 Mar. 18,1906

25,000
25,000

5,000
2,500

20.0
10.0

250,000
5121
7584
7552
151
8459
3044
9288
7169

May
Jan.
Jan.
Dec.
Dec.
Sept.
Dec.
Mar.

16,1898
30,1905
11,1905
11,1863
8,1908
12,1883
9,1908
15,1904

Total
Atlantic National Bank, Providence,
R.I.
First National Bank, Oneonta, N. Y.2..
First National Bank, Norwich, Conn
First-Second National Bank, Pittsburgh, Pa.
First National Bank, La Fayette, Ga...
Traders National Bank, Lowell, Mass...

58.3

434,388

8516 Dec. 11,1906

Total

526

204,000

50,000
750,000
50,000
60,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
1,060,000

2913 Apr.

19,549

23,500

29,693
10,000
108

5,000
292,500
21,250
370,900

10.0
39-. 0
20.0
618.2

92,000

184.0

39,801

781,650

136.0

3,1883

225,000

306,000

420 May 9,1864
458 June 6,1864
252 Feb. 13,1864

50,000
325,000
300,000

183,900 367.8
1,312,500 403.9
800 4,167,000 1,389.0

7247 May 7,1904
4753 June 10,1892

25,000
200,000

25,250
245,000

1,125., 000

800 2,072,650

101.0
122.5

Grand total
2
1
Formerly in voluntary liquidation.
Restored to'solvency.
A Defalcation of officers.
B Defalcation of officers and fraudulent management.
C Defalcation of officers and excessive loans to others.
D Defalcation of officers and depreciation of securities.
E Depreciation of securities.
F Excessive loans to others, injudicious banking, and depreciation of securities.
G Excessive loans to officers and directors and depreciation of securities.
H Excessive loans to officers and directors and investments in real estate and mortgages.
I Excessive loans to others and depreciation of securities.
J Excessive loans to others and investments in real estate and mortgages.
K Excessive loans and failure of large debtors.
L Excessive loans to officers and directors.
M Failure of large debtors.
N Fraudulent management.
O Fraudulent management, excessive loans to officers and directors, and depreciation of securities.




155

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
of receivers, together with capital and surplus, etc.—Continued.

Failures.

'

Capital.

$50,000
100,000

Surplus.

Circulation.

Receiver
appointed.

$10,000 Oct. 16,1908
Oct. 21,1908

Cause
of
failure.

Issued.

Redeemed.

Outstanding.

Nov.
Jan.
Feb.
Apr.
Apr.
June
June
Sept.
Oct.

20,1908
4,1909
9,1909
14,1909
19,1909
21,1909
30,1909
19,1909
12,1909

768,500

$89,760

3,189,785

2,855,677

334,108

100,000
Q
U
T
A
A
U
A

$30,000
100,000

100,000
6,250
10,000
150,000
40,000
12,500
12,500
6,250
25,000

75,727
5,725
9,230
128,900
34,690
11,105
11,200
20,850

24,273
525
770
21,100
5,310
1,395
1,300
6,250
4,150

175,000

25,000
5,000
2,500
100,000
21,000
20,000
2,402
250
20,000

$15,000
2,311,445

F
Z

6,560,000
100,000
25,000
38,500
300,000
105,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
100,000

Lawful
money
deposited.

362,500

297,427

65,073

100,000

100,000

94,820

5,180

20,980
11,900
10,820

4,020 510
600 511
430 512

25,680
21,515

11,820 513
3,485 514

10,000
40,000
12,500
12,500

$30,000 49S
10,240 499

500
501
502
503
504
505
506
507
508

500,000

200,000 Feb. 16,1910

CC

100,000
50,000
50,000

32,500 Feb. 23,1910
Mar. 23,1910
2,250 May 9,1910

DD
G
CC

12,500
11,250

25,000
12,500
11,250

150,000
25,000

50,000 July 2,1910
2,000 Oct. 15,1910

G
G

25,000

37,500
25,000
211,250

185,715

25,535

200,000

20,643 Apr. 19,1911

U

200,000

184,085

15,915 515

50,000
25,000

15,000 Aug. 8,1911
532 Sept. 5,1911

L
CC

50,000
2,170

42,835
1,310

7,165 516
860 517

252,170

228,230

23,940

25,000
100,000
20 000
100,000
25,000
49,000
10,000
6,250

20 360
59,735
13 620
72,318
18,710
26,120
6,840
3,050

4 640
40,265
6 380
27,682
6,290
22,880
3,160
3,200

335,250

220,753

185,000

79,900

105,100 526

100,000
218,500
1,900,000

82,999
88,100
398,655

17,001 527
130,400 528
1,501,345 529

20,000
200,000

12,450
5

7,550 530
199,995 531

875,000

148,750

275,000
50,000
750,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
25,000

30,000
109,500
10,000
50,000
5,000
14,884

1,100,000

L
U

224,384

Nov.
Dec.
Jan.
Apr.
June
June
July
5,000 Sept.

17,1911
7,1911
4,1912
15,1912
5,1912
21,1912
31,1912
30,1912

300,000

120,000 Apr. 16,1913

160,000
300,000
3,400,000

23,000 Apr. 17,1913
60,000 May 7,1913
1,700,000 July 7,1913

50,000
200,000

8,500 July 19,1913
75,000 Oct. 20,1913

4,350,000

1,986,500

90 095 920

z

Z
L
W

z

L

U
CC
V
U

100,000
30,000

A
V

509

518
519
520
521
522
523
524
525

114,497

130,000

2,623,500

662,109

1,961,391

29,467,643

35,095,513

30,583,269

4,512,244

P Fraudulent management and depreciation of securities.
Q Fraudulent management and injudicious banking.
,
R Fraudulent management, defalcation of officers, and depreciation of securities.
S Fraudulent management, injudicious banking, investments in real estate and mortgages, and depreciation of securities.
T Fraudulent management, excessive loans to officers and directors, and excessive loans to others.
U Injudicious banking.
V Injudicious banking and depreciation of securities.
W Injudicious banking and failure of large debtors.
X Investments in real estate and mortgages and depreciation of securities.
Y General stringency of the money market, shrinkage in values, and imprudent methods of banking.
Z Wrecked by the earlier.
AA Closed by run.
BB Closed by directors in anticipation of run.
CC Receiver appointed after voluntary liquidation.
DD Wrecked by defalcations by bookkeeper.




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KEPOET OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

TABLE NO. 38.—Insolvent national banks, dates of organization, appointment of receiver,
nominal and additional assets, amounts collected from all sources, loans paid and other
and remaining assets returned to stockholders to Oct. 31, 1913.
Date of
organization.

Name and location of bank.

Capital
stock.

Receiver
appointed.

1

First National Bank, Attica, N. Y

Jan. 14.1864

$50,000

Apr. 14,1865

2
3

Venango National Bank, Franklin, Pa
Merchants National Bank, Washington, D. C

May 20,1865
Dec. 14; 1804

300,000
200,000

May
May

1,18C6
8,1866

Mar.
Mar.
Apr.
May
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.

13,1867
21,1867
30,1867
20,1867
20,1867
6,1867
1,1867

500,000

Total
Feb.
June
Aug.
Dec.
July
June
Sept.

3,1804
5,1865
24,1865
18,1863
17,1865
5,1865
9,1865

50,000
100,000
100,000
500,000
120,000
300,000
200,000

4
5
6
7
8
9
10

First National Bank, Medina, N. Y
Tennessee National Bank, Memphis, Tenn
First National Bank Selma, Ala
. . .
First National Bank, New Orleans, La
National Unadilla Bank, Unadiila, N. Y
Farmers and Citizens National Bank, Brooklyn, N . Y . .
Croton National Bank, New York, N . Y

11
12
13

First National Bank, Bethel, Conn
First National Bank, Keokuk, Iowa
National Bank of Vicksburg, Miss

14
15

First National Bank, Rockford, 111
First National Bank of Nevada, Austin, Nev
Total

May 20,1864
June 23,1865

50,000
250,000

Ocean National Bank, New York, N. Y
Union Square National Bank, New York, N. Y
Eighth National Bank, New York, N. Y
Fourth National Bank, Philadelphia, Pa
Waverly National Bank, Waverly, N. Y
First National Bank, Fort Smith, Ark

June 6,1865
Mar. 30,1869
Apr. 6,1864
Feb. 26,1864
May 29,1865
Feb. 6,1866

1,000,000
200,000
250,000
200,000
106,000
50,000

Total

1,370,000
May 15,1865
Sept. 9,1863
Feb. 14,1865

Total

16
17
18
19
20
•21

Total

Feb. 28,1868
Mar. 3,1868
Apr. 24,1868

210,000
Mar. 15,1869
Oct. 14,1869

300,000
Dec. 13,1871
Dec. 15,1871
do
Dec. 20,1871
Apr. 23,1872
May 2,1872

1,806,100

-

22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

Scandanavian National Bank, Chicago, 111
Wallkill National Bank Middletown, N. Y
Crescent City National Bank, New Orleans, La
Atlantic National Bank New York, N. Y
First National Bank, W ashington, D. C
National Bank of the Commonwealth, New York, N. Y..
Merchants National Bank, Petersburg, Va
First National Bank, Petersburg, Va
First National Bank, Mansfield, Ohio
New Orleans N. Bkg. Association, New Orleans, La
First National Bank Carlisle, Pa

33
34
35

First National Bank, Anderson, Ind
First National Bank, Topeka, Kans
First National Bank, Norfolk, Va

36
37
38
39
40

Gibson County National Bank, Princeton, Ind
First National Bank of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah
Cook County National Bank, Chicago, 111
First National Bank, Tiffin, Ohio
Charlottesville National Bank, Charlottesville, Va

41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49

Miners National Bank, Georgetown, 1Colo
Fourth National Bank, Chicago, 111.
First National Bank, Bedford, Iowa
First National Bank, Osceola, Iowa
First National Bank, Duluth, Minn
First National Bank, La Crosse, Wis
City National Bank, Chicago, 111
Watkins National Bank, Watkins, X. Y
First National Bank, Wichita, Kans

May
July
Feb.
July
July
July
Sept.
July
May
May
July

7,1872
21,1865
15,1872
1,1865
16,1863
1,1865
1,1865
1,1865
24,1864
27,1871
7,1863

250,000
175,000
500,000
300,000
500,000
750,000
400,000
200,000
100,000
600,000
50,000

Dec. 12,1872
Dec. 31,1872
Mar. 18,1873
Apr. 28,1873
Sept. 19,1873
Sept. 22,1873
Sept. 25,1873
do
Oct. 18,1873
Oct. 23,1873
Oct. 24,1873

3 825 000

Total
July 31,1863
Aug. 23,1866
Feb. 23,1864

Total

50,000 Nov. 23,1873
100,000 Dec. 16,1873
100,000 June 3,1874
250,000

Nov.
Nov.
July
Mar.
July

30,1872
15,1869
8,1871
16,1865
19,1865

Oct.
Feb.
Sept.
Jan.
Apr.
June
Feb.
June
Jan.

30,1874
24,1864
18,1875
26,1871
6,1872
20,1865
18,1865
2,1864
2,1872

Total

50,000
150,000
500,000
100,000
200,000

Nov.
Dec.
Feb.
Oct.
Oct.

28,1874
10,1874
1,1875
22,1875
28,1875

1,000.000

:

Total




60,000
100,000
50,000

150,000
200,000
30,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
250,000
„ 75,000
60,000
963,000

1

Formerly in voluntary liquidation.

Jan. 24,1876
Feb. 1,1876
do.......
Feb. 26,1876
Mar. 13,1876
Apr. 11,1876
May 17,1876
July 12,1876
Sept. 23,1876

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

and closing, since the organization of the national banking system, with amounts of
disbursements, losses on assets, expenses of receivership, claims proved, dividends paid,
Additional
assets
received
since date
Estimated of suspenworthless.
sion.

Nominal assets at date of
suspension.

Total
assets.

Offsets
allowed
and
settled.

Loss on
Nominal
assets com- value of
pounded or assets resold under turned to
order of
stockcourt.
holders.

Estimated
good.

Estimated
doubtful.

$50,823

$28,053

$115,538

$13,692

$208,106

$18,661

$114,236

83,713

57,029
860,929

818,154

27,741

986,637
860,929

69,445

796,197
686,665

83,713

917,958

818,154

27,741

1,847,566

69,445

1,482,862

18,424
50,000
116,422
853,148
36,748
1,175,656
255,235

2,029
395,412
96,556
276,400
69,857
121,683
144,903

101,072
78,415
701,116
86,856
272,757
65,361

5,400
26,579
57,732
156,575
19,449
121,017
21,572

126,925
471,991
349,125
1,987,239
212,910
1,691,113
487,071

6." 845*
58,645

2,505,633

1,106,840

1,305,577

408,324

5,326,374

151,473

2,304,499

39,486
98,240
21,584

4,809
79,652
49,959

83,830
125,057
22,569

12,212
13,426

140,337
316,375
94,112

1,570
33,454
4,608

70,122
123,409
57,938

159,310

134,420

231,456

25,638

550,824

39,632

251,469

7,000
129,721

811
497,292

91,412

30,371
42,236

38,182
760,661

274
317,742

219,750

136,721

498,103

91,412

72,607

798,843

318,016

219,750

1,867,641
364,973
229,617
653,658
86,493
15,800

124,832
11,895
49,409

40,000
14,174

37,494
25,000

32,517
6,537

2,934,756
468,223
1,181,465
653,658
196,504
61,511

285,736
101,719
38,911
303,504
15,780

1,254,358

736,997

942,283
91,355
165,442

3,218,182

791,171

1,261,574

225,190

5,496,117

745,650

1,727,792

100,000
127,769
379,020
336,833
1,000,000
1,435,113
342,260
100,000
94,483
300,000
28,077

100,000
50,000
110,450
58,852
1,277,690
473,372
252,250
50,000
173,378
100,000
55,386

168,100
25,000
148,920
283,550
453,593
321,722
79,409
7,954
376,870
29,267

24,866
25,102
168,603
128,337
215,724
404,431
103,609
43,225
21,095
654,185
2,574

392,966
227,871
806,993
807,572
2,493,414
2,766,509
1,019,841
272,634
296,910
1,431,055
115,304

6,211
30,378
8,949
98,460
280,955
368,992
103,842
3,225
5.735
8^964
7,068

224,703
22,084
285,346
161,013
765,356
589,213
616,642
146,764
182,231
715,584
51,294

4,243,555

2,701,378

1,894,385

1,791,751

10,631,069

922,779

3,760,230

50,000
25,000
77,723

80,000
85,000
56,350

103,057
78,857
80,297

102,376
14,241
3,542

335,433
203,098
217,912

10,410
26,951
2,191

235,127
118,083
55,917

152,723

221,350

262,211

120,159

756,443

39,552

409,127

51,296
6,300
619,836
140,000
169,520

32,011
204,600
1,250,163
120,000
105,218

29,055
3,274
151,439
63,620
257,655

12,816
15,258
678,349
18,439
30,696

125,178
229,432
2.699,787
'342,059
563,089

3,595
2,869
452,953
60,447
24,882

54,332
196,231
1,948,095
84,709
58,715

986,952

1,711,992

505,043

755,558

3,959,545

544,746

2,342,082

20,000
27,123
29,752
74,376
18,093
35,000
453,037
86,014
59,226

190,069
131,227
26,858
19,938
118,300
25,000
478,917
44,582
18,387

65,802
9,359
5,737
35,855
65,097
85,805
9,105
67,531

27,287
3,084
9,635
15,162
13,816
44,815
86,248
21,738
3j 681

237,356
227,236
75,604
115,213
186,064
169,912
1,104,007
161,439
148,825

8,761
2,100
3,510
3,043
1,139
4,296
48,381
3,151
17,409

186,254
6,266
49,929
30,319
111, 780
85,019
470,908
18,635
67,345

802,621

1,053,278

344,291

225,466

2,425,656

91,790

1,026,455




55," 342"
30,641

<

4

93,638
380,383
179,894
929,289
132,806
400,903
187,586

i
c
1(

1]
12
1:

1-3

lc

$89,855
379,794

56,6ii
37,629

If
1/
1£
K
2C
21

89,855
22
2c
24
2i
2t
2'
2i
2i
3C
31
32

3:
3^
3,

3(
3"
3?
31
4(

33,363

53,473
86,836

41
42
4f
44,
4t
4
4,
.4 C

158

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

TABLE NO. 38.—Insolvent national banks, dates of organization, appointment of receiver,
and additional assets, amounts collected

Collected
from
assets.

Collected
from
assessment
upon
shareholders.

Total
collections
from all
sources.

Loans paid
and other Dividends
disbursepaid.
ments.

1

$75,209

$1,164

$76,373

$70,811

2
3

120,995
174,264

1,245
16,488
17,733

122,240
190,752

$275

101,387
165,769

$6,463
11,281

14,390
13,427

312,992

275

267,156

17,744

27,817

816
935
507
17,477
7,054
18,655
72,399

32,305
65,335
132,608
884,429
58,661
1,138,870
143,307

1,258
6,182
12,247
43,183
6,673
28,677
17,134

2,908 !
19,156 j
24,524
92,440
9,442
48,666
35,983

Nominal
value of
remaining
assets.

295,259

Receiver's
salary and
other
expenses.

$5,562

200

11
12
13

7,500
38,224
2,125

37,287
91,608
169,886
1,037,529
82,029
1,234,868
268,844

2,870,202

51,849

2,922,051

117,843

2,455,515

115,354

233,119

68,645
159,512
31,566

$200

10

33,287
91,608
162,386
999,305
79,904
1,234,868
268,844

28,935
8,936

97,580
168,448
31,566

208
15,507
3,786

86,737
134,929
16,654

5,315
3,977
1,773

5,320
14,008
9,353

259, 723

4
5
6
7
8
q

4,000

Legal
expenses.

37,871

297,594

19,501

238,320

11,065

28,681

37,908
223,169

2,926
4,932

29,277
163,982

2,705
9,091

3,000
45,164

14
15

37,908
223,169

16
17
18
19
20
21

1,394,662
276,649
762,760
350,154
124, 713
23,882

348,961

2,932,820
162,052
175,409
512,698
548,099
1,447,103
1,808,304
299,357
122,645
108,944
700,507
56, 942
5,948,060

261,077

7,858

193,259

11,796

48,164

1,743,623
276,649
898,932
350,154
124,713
23,882

203,170
72,365
596,665

1,326,487
175,920
263,085
342,054
77,568
15,142

76,648
10,437
9,436

137,318
16,713
29,766
8,100
8,264
1,878

485,133

3,417,953

874,496

2,200,236

99,968

202,039

10,079
42,795
109,707
228,580
5,200

172,131
218,204
622,405
776, 679
1,452,303
1,808,304
299,357
142,320
120,344
1,010,320
56, 942

1,300
6,248
18,964
35,839
16,393
746,153
20,315
4,545
3,630
4,350

143,209
175,430
549,427
661,816
1,374,339
747,428
259,487
125,667
107,258
862,263
46,634

6,037
16,709
25,376
27,330
24,241
13,637
728
250
1,270
67,569
1,267

21,564
19,817
28,638
51,445
37,128
53,287
18,827
11,858
11,362
76,858
4,691

857,737

5,052,958

184,414

335,475

72,089
31,068
101,545

4,718
6,075
8,232

13,089
8,278
19,230

205,302

19,025

40,597

1,166
42,067
21,495

4,309
10,164
37,874
13,689
31,642

261,077

22
23
24
25
26

27
28
29
30
31
32

136,172

19,675
11,400
303,813

2," 296"

6,679,309

67,835

2,250
37,597

89,896
60,314
129,566

239,929

39,847

279,776

66,535

"291,357"

67,251
30,332
298, 739
196,903
188,135

93,'6i9'

67,251
30,332
365,274
196,903
281,754

5G, 921
74,896
2,309

62,646
19,002
228,412
108,318
226,308

291,357

35

731,249

89,896
58,064
91,969

67,835

33
34

781,300 .

160,154

941>514

134,422

644,686

42,341
22,080
22,165
48,488
73,145
80,597
584,718
86,180
64,071

106,451
11,269
1,100

15,552

148,792
33,349
23,265
48,488
115,357
85,107
643,544
86, ISO
79,023

1,023,785

239,920

1,263,706

36

37
38
39
40

41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49

196,790

196,790




42,212
4,510
58,826

14,289
559
14,848
296

3,085*
362

64 ,728

97,678

3,928
3,616
5,385
63,475
1,579
16,773

135.797
18,258
12,624
34,536
88,697
05, 783
545,593
60 647
59,121 1

3,946
4,731
1,367
2,077
8,804
5,060
13,802
K«2
2,200

8,604
10,348
9,274
7,935
10,005
8,879
20,230
13,874
1, 529

95,201

1,021,050 !

42,579

90,678

445 i

159

REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

sing, since the organization of the national banking system, ivith amounts of nominal
from all sources, etc.—Continued.

Balance in
hands of
comptroller
or receiver.

Amount
returned to
shareholders
in cash.

Amount of
assessment
upon shareholders.

Amount
of claims
proved.

Dividends
(per cent).

Interest
dividends
(per cent).

Finally
closed.

$50,000

$122,089

58.00

Jan.

2,1867

1

300,000
200,000

434,531
669,513

23.37
24.70

Feb. 2,1885
May 14,1883

?
3

500,000

1,104,044

50,000

July
Feb.
Nov.
Sept.
Dec.
Nov.
Aug.

4
5

21

26,000

* 82,338
376,392
289,467
1,119,313
127,801
1,191,500
170,752

220

796,000

3,357,563

27

39,300
100,000

68,986
205,256
33,870

27

139,300

308,112

100,000
500,000
120,000

$199

69,874
170,012

»..\

39.15
17.333
46.60
79.00
45.90
96.00
88.50

100.00
68.33
49.20

64.00

28,1870
4,1870
25,1882
28,1882
19,1874
18,1874
15,1872

(\
7
fl
9
10

Apr. 7,1881 , 11
Nov. 30,1872
12
Nov. 25,1882
13

Dec. 4,1875
May 16,1884

14
15

Apr.
Nov.
Sept.
Feb.
Oct.
Jan.

20,1882'
16,1874
1,1875
13,1872
2,1877
3,1876

16
17
18
19
20
21

Feb.
Jan.
June
Apr.
July
Mar.
May
May
Nov.
Mar.
Dec.

15,1886
8,1880
1,1881
29,1884
24,1876
31,1883
1,1876
15,1876
30,1883
21,1887
6,1882

??
23
24
25
26
27
28
oq
30
31
32

May 31,1904
Sept. 11,1878
June 2,1883

33
34
35

100.00
24.391
14.941
66 00
62.56

Sept.
May
Nov.
Mar.
Apr.

18,1876
14,1879
20,1883
10,1879
5,1886

3f
37
3H

76.50
51.00
22 50
100 00
100.00
48.40
77.512
100.00
70.00

June
Mar.
Mar.
Feb.
Jan.
July
Feb.
Mav
July

2,1884
4,1886
28,1883
28,1878
31,1881
20,1882
28,1885
23,1888
14,1880

41
4?
43
44
45
4t
47
48
49

41.90
92. 70

239,886
$1,214

135,000

1,282,254
157,120
378,722
645,558
79,864
15,142

535,000

2,558,660

125,000
52,500
350,000
300,000
300,000

254,901
171,408
657,020
597,885
1,619,965
796,995
992,636
167,285
175,081
1,429,595
67,292

400,000

33,500
6,500
41,214
21

249
202

247,799

454

2,277,500

4

144,606
55,372
176,601

4

195,000

500,000
200,000
700,000

60,666

177,512
35,801
56 457
34,535
91,801
135,952
703,658
59,226
97,464

669,000

1,392,406

50.00
100.00

2,566,239

150,000
34,000
50 000

30.00

376,579
62,646
93,021
1,795,992
237 824
376,756

57.46
100.00
84.33
100.00
100.00
100. 00
34.00
76.00
57.50
62.00
73.50

46.00

6,930,123

50,000
45,000
100,000

926

247,799

400,000
50,000
100,000
600,000

100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00

12
12

50

4,185

444

9,488
506

13,685




75,000
50,000
250,000

50.00
58.30
57.50

100.00
100.00

4C

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TABLE NO. 38.—Insolvent national banks, dates of organization, appointment of receiver,
and additional assets, amounts collected

Name and location of bank.

First National Bank, Greenfield, Ohio 1
National Bank of Fishkill, N. Y
First National Bank, Franklin, Ind
Northumberland County National Bank, Shamokin, Pa.
First National Bank, Winchester, 111
National Exchange Bank, Minneapolis, Minn
National Bank of the State of Missouri, St. Louis, Mo..
First National Bank, Delphi, Ind
:...
First National Bank, Georgetown, Colo
Lock Haven National Bank, Lock Haven, Pa

Capital
stock.

Oct.
Apr.
Aug.
Jan.
July
Jan.
Oct.
Mar.
May
June

7,1863
1,1865
5,18o3
9,1865
25,1865
16,1865

$50,000 Dec. 12,1876
200,000 Jan. 27,1877
132,000 Feb. 13,1877
67,000 Mar. 12,1877
50,000 Mar. 16,1877
100,000 May 24,1877
2,500,000 June 23,1877
50,000 July 20,1877
75,000 Aug. 18,1877
120,000 Aug. 20,1877

Feb.
Sept.
Nov.
June
Apr.
Apr.
Dec.
Mar.
June
July
May
Aug.
Jan.
May

5,1864
18,1872
23,1865
3,1872
24,1864
5,1864
16,1863
5,1864
30,1865
16,1874
13,1863
14,1872
20,1872
5,1877

July
May
Nov.
June
Aug.
May
Dec.
Mar.

31,1871
14,1877
15,1870
6,1865
5,1863
31,1865
3,1874
11,1864

25,1872
31,1872
14,1865

Total.

3,344,000

Third National Bank, Chicago, 111
Central National Bank, Chicago, 111
First National Bank, Kansas City, Mo
Commercial National Bank, Kansas City, Mo
First National Bank, Ashland, Pa.i
First National Bank, Tarrytown, N. 1
Y
First National Bank, Allentown, Pa.
First National Bank, Waynesburg, Pa.i
Washington County National Bank, Greenwich, N. Y.
First National Bank, Dallas, Tex
Peoples National Bank, Helena, Mont
First National Bank, Bozeman, Mont
Merchants National Bank, Fort Scott, Kans.1
Farmers National Bank, Platte City, Mo
Total.

750,000 Nov. 24,1877
200,000 Dec. 1,1877
500,000 Feb. 11,1878
do
100,000
112,500 Feb. 28,1878
100,000 Mar. 23,1878
250,000 Apr. 15,1878
100,000 May 15,1878
200,000 June 8,1878
do
50,000
100,000 Sept. 13,1878
50,000 Sep*. 14,1878
50,000 Sept. 25,1878
50,000 Oct. 1,1878
2,612,500

First National Bank, Warrensburg, Mo
German-American National Bank, Washington, D. C .
German National Bank, Chicago, 111.1
Commercial National Bank, Saratoga 1Springs, N. Y..
Second National Bank, Scranton, Pa.
,
National Bank of Poultney. Vt
,
First National Bank, Monticello, Ind
,
First National Bank, Butler, Pa
,
Total.

100,000
130,000
500,000
100,000
200,000
100,000
50,000
50,000

Nov. 1,1878
do
Dec. 20,1878
Feb. 11,1879
Mar. 15,1879
Apr. 7,1879
July 18,1879
July 23,1879

1,230,000

First National Bank, Meadville, Pa
First National Bank, Newark, N. J
First National Bank, Brattleboro, Vt

Oct. 27,1863
Aug. 7,1863
June 30,1864

100,000 June 9,1880
300,000 June 14,1880
300,000 June 19,1880

June 9,1865
Feb. 5,1864
Nov. 9,1877

500,000
100,000
961,300

700,000

Total.,
Mechanics National Bank, Newark, N. J
First National Bank, Buffalo, N. Y
Pacific National Bank, Boston, Mass

Nov. 2,1881
Apr. 22,1882
May 22,1882

1,561,300

Total..
First National Bank of Union Mills, Union City, Pa
Vermont National Bank, St. Albans, Vt

Oct. 23,1863
Oct. 11,1865

50,000
200,000

Mar. 24,1883
Aug. 9,1883

250,000

Total.
First National Bank, Leadville, Colo
City National Bank, Lawrenceburg, Ind.1
First National Bank, St. Albans, Vt
First National Bank, Monmouth, 111
Marine National Bank, New York, N. Y
Ht S i
N t i l Bank, Hot S i
Hot Springs National B k H t Springs, Ark
Richmond National Bank, Richmond, Ind
F i t N t i l B k L i ,i t
M ,t
First National Bank, Livingston, Mont
First National Bank, Albion, N. Y
First National Bank, Jamestown, N. Dak
Logan National Bank, West Liberty, Ohio
Total..,




Receiver
appointed.

Date of
organization.

Mar.
Feb.
Feb.
July
June
Feb.
Mar.
July
Dec.
Oct.
May

19,1879
24,1883
20,1864
7.1882
3,1865
17,1883
5,1873
16,1883
12,1863
25,1881
7.1883

i Formerly in voluntary liquidation.

60,000
100,000
100,000
75,000
400,000
50,000
250,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
1,285,000

Jan. 24,1884
Mar. 11,1884
Apr. 22,1884
do
May 13,1884
June 2,1884
July 23,1884
Aug. 25,1884
Aug. 26,1884
Sept. 13,1884
Oct. 18,1884

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REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

and closing, since the organization of the national banking system, with amounts of nominal
from all sources, etc.—-Continued. *
Nominal assets at date of
suspension.

Additional

Estimated Estimated Estimated
doubtful. worthless.
good.
$194,665
86,492
67,246
67,541
135,231
935,999
175,254
34,368
220,481

$57,675
262,909
58,188
112,026
66,025
90,704
2,818,966
6,250
52,627
150,650

$51,403
200,909
25,941
79,101
124,371
633,744
6,596
629,113
24,990

1,917,277

3,676,020

1 330,215
157,438
1,118,118
52,349
107,318
100,994
19,879

631,797
161,441
313,726
74, 724
41,584

assets
received
since date
of suspension.

Total
assets.

Offsets
allowed

and
settled.

Loss on
Nominal
assets comvalue of
pounded or assets resold under turned to
order of
stockcourt.
holders.

$376
49,441
24,217
14,770
14,270
18,411
433,400
13,478
30,398
34,350

$58,051
558,418
369,806
219,983
226,937
368, 717
4,822,109
201,578
746,506
430,471

$13,192
60,311
8,487
6,537
21 498
166,831
62,774
36,598
41,324

$44,344
223,375
203,7S2
99,588
117,173
139 309
1,771,699
1,310
606,580
143,664

1, 776,168

633,111

8,002,576

417,552

3,350,834

311,324
48,149
32 559
39,010
21,225
9,561

1,057,245
16,680
19,817
6,723
8,859
20,289
2,171
1,861
13,749
4,305
67 942
21,090
1,892
1,944

3,349,961
506,271
1,856,661
184,971
176,831
274.750
339!715
60,014
589,938
156,122
361,903
136,479
85,248
72,492

95 121
7,245
1,482, 725
22 962
16 072
164,949
20,608
714
18,541
30,088
12 492
7,700
178
10,947

384 007
287,682
22,559
67,396

132,445
15,869
27,894
36,245
95,251
76,046
15,543
18,691

330,704
170,712
405,000
51 175
19,070
153,467
185,220
42,284
236,971
67,423
166 151
333
46,588
42,296

3,348,139

1,641,256

1,917,394

1,244,567

8,151,356

1,890,342

1,316,671

90 953
256,286
104,966
133,169
264,908
68,078
23,646
12,647

194,457
139,514
101,971
167,503
101,178
97,257
6,734
134, 716

11,578
37,923
475,052
28,969
104,858
18,384
4,374
34, 737

33 375
61,147
29,881
17,085
47,591
19,560
15,017
27,503

330 363
494,870
711,870
346,726
518,535
203,279
49,771
209,603

55 255
165,846
6,170
17,475
36,737
3,353
8,411
11,920

118 507
202,488
521,783
101,810
203,982
25, 729
64
106,562

69,659
72,754
77,592

954,653

943,330

715,875

251,159

2,865,017

305,167

1,280,925

220,005

115,012
418,951
51,574

22,545
64,041

12,863
55,895
302,654

19,198
41,173
43,895

169,618
580,060
398,123

3,345
154,945
4,902

26,043
86,953
801

26,439
302,654

585,537

86,586

371,412

104,266

1,147,801

163,192

113,797

329,093

1,114,503
488,892
648,710

185,002
65,526
1,416,793

78,286
696,987
1,397,334

232,147
36,916
449,324

1,609,938
1,288,321
3,912,161

73,925
172,063
206,268

167,629
650,736
2,454,138

2,252,105

1,667,321

2,172,607

718,387

6,810,420

452,256

3,272,503

161,699
124,114

46,829
520,917

16,309
118,618

23,640
20,617

248,477
784, 266

4,376
19,171

89,925
483,834

285,813

567, 746

134,927

44,257

1,032,743

23,547

573,759

72,197
13,993
217,314
172,940
3,496,495
31,058
367,109
33,543
55,763
7,519
60,096

56,042
14,500
96,875
96,543
816,916
27, 774
72,356
15,304
44,446
29,826
22,695

102,112
2,554
49,951
9,688
1,568,940
27,190
171,319
22,255
113,329
29,352

56,410
1,599
78,359
34,112
871,204
6,407
124,054
941
212,545
3,312
56,057

286,761
32,646
442,499
313,283
6,753,555
92, 429
734,838
72,043
426,083
70, 009
138,848

8,970
52
9,888
5.320
904^ 725
5,381
32,233
84
42,269
5
11,140

124,949
16,017
286,651
36,622
1,577,187
31,402
348,492
48, 796
284,326
49,155
75,679

18,517

4,528,027

1,293,277

2,096,690

1,445,000

9,362,994

1,020,067

2,879,276

24,345

13420°—CUR 1913


-11

$36,957
34,259

71,216

112,818

268,666
47 239
6,972
106,292
32 372
20,141
65,804
8,207

5(1
51
52
53
54
51
56
57
58
59

279,987

6(1
61
6?
63
64
65
63
67
63
69
70
71
7?
73

392,805
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81

82
83
84

85
86
87

88
89

5,828

90
91
92
93

9\
95
96
97
93
99
100

162

EEPOET OP THE COMPTKOLLEB OF THE CURRENCY.

TABLE NO. 38.'—Insolvent national banks, dates of organization, appointment of receiver,
and additional assets, amounts collected
Nominal
value of
remaining
assets.

Collected
from
assets.

Collected
from
assessment
upon
shareholders.

$13,707
321,851
105,703
111,908
103,227
207,910
2,846,622
103,235
103,328
245,483
4,162,974
$689,362
53,800

$2,664
122,127
91,930
43,232
8,044
9,540
245,108

Total
collections
from all
sources.

Loans paid
and other Dividends
disbursepaid.
ments.

Legal
expenses.

Receiver's
salary and
other
expenses.

$2,751
25,040
5,146

7,846

$9,456
388,856
173,512
136,474
89,715
202,753
2,165,388
81,941
73,890
254,647

2,082
1,888
79,802
2,690
11,987
6,668

$4,164
25,082
9,716
12,903
10,669
12,046
161,036
10,919
17,251
24,271

690,564

3,576,632

139,030

288,057

2,181,471
222,676
351,377
94,613
47,941
126,256
105,643
28,508
407,868
36,242
89,807
80,383
22,146
20,819

420,001

33,126
13,104
5,444

9,762
2,125
272
1,633

1,071,774
193,941
316,828
52,514
33,105
107,575
79,725
21.710
262', 887
29,377
66,810
69,437
16,670
11,803

4,797
8,805
753
658,784
4,059

47,949

$16,371
443,978
197,633
155,140
111,271
217,450
3,091,730
103,235
103,328
293,432

570,594

4,733,568

$5,000
520

986

32,5i9

2,181,471
157,544
351,377
94,613
47,941
109,801
51,107
12,061
284,438
19,742
66,185
78,573
19,266
20,819

850

135,046
15,631
27,314
1,604
5,013
13,135
13,336
4,483
4,950
6,040
11,883
8,187
3,716
3,005

1,056,600

3,494,938

320,812

3,815,750

554,428

2,334,156

90,369

253,343

156,601
126,536
183,917
157,782
205,062
96,605
29,419
91,121

16,277
72.576
80^ 257

47,315
53,898
49,466
2,021
57,745
53
10
8,420

100,870
105,763
182,572
137,428
166,587
88,176
20,998
82,060

3,838
16,327
5,385
. 10,245

4,677
23,001

172,878
199,112
264,174
157,782
260,012
96,605
34,096
114,122

1,792
7,167

8,176
23,110
32,136
12,119
24,551
7,517
11,296
16,475

1,047,043

218,928

884,454

44,754

135,380

96,176
528,305
99,847

3,225
19,338
2,973

6,739
22,690
10,832

250,854
30,065

11,877
11,877

65,132
i6,455
54,536
16,447
123,430
16,500
23,622
1,810
2,880

54,950

1,791
3,048
1,576
114,220

576

3,974
5,546
ai,oo6
2,315
10,129
825
1,352
634
1,488

251,738

1,298,781

113,791
338,162
89,766

267,311
64,655

113,791
605,473
154,421

10,037
10,037

724,328

25,536

40,261

46,918
45,449
101,794

26,084
34,141
127,914

541,719

331,966

873,685

8,250

1,368,384
457,272
1,251,755

495,550
13,450
738,651

1,863,934
470,722
1,990,406

1,910
194,574

1,790,932
389,222
1,566,124

8,250

3,077,411

1,247,651

4,325,062

196,484

3,746,278

194,161

188,139

4,157

150.019
281,261

8,321
123,919

158,340
405,180

247

129,505
321,870

10,511
24,279

18,324
58,784

431,280

132,240

563,520

247

451,375

34,790

77,108

152,842
16,577
145,960
265,513
4,271,643
37,129
294,779
.23,163
99,488
20; 849
52,029

12,010
23,732
12,892
64,650
272,896
19,169
76,936
20,649
94,200

5,099
3,392
25,336
14,434
473,936

23,503

164,852
40,309
158,852
330,163
4,544,539
56,298
371,715
43,812
193,688
20,849
75,532

6,359
6,515
1,893

119,390
26,809
96,525
264,268
3,774,704
39,812
275,684
25,006
143,938
8', 807
59,057

12,054
2,223
12,112
16,600
111,758
4,745
5,168
2,553
29,324
52
5,012

28.309
7,885
24,879
20,738
183,944
11,029
26,828
13,865
14,067
5,475
9,440

5,379,972

620,637

6,000,609

600,999

4,834,000

201,001

346,459 j

4,157

59,334

59,334




64,035

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REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

and closing, since the organization of the national banking system, with amounts of nominal
from all sources, etc.—Continued.

Balance in
hands of
comptroller
or receiver.

Amount
returned to
shareholders
in cash.

Amount of
assessment
upon shareholders.

Amount
of claims
proved.

72,000

$8,739

26,720
3,626

39,085

1,169,000

Interest
dividends
(per cent).

Finally
closed.

Nov.
Aug.
Sept.
Jan.
July
June
Mar.
Oct.
Oct.
Mar.

25,1882
11,1884
14,1881
18,1883
23,1881
10,1880
26,1888
15,1881
5,1885
3,1882

50

Dec. 31,1907
Feb. 23,1892
July 6,1881
100.00 Mar. 9,1882
Aug. 5,1879
Ioo. oo June 20,1882
Mar. 9,1885
Sept. 7,1885
July 5,1879
Mar. 24,1885
Feb. 12,1889
.do .

60
61
62
6c

3,636,723

521,524
200,000
36,871
5,849

15,682

(per cent).

$35,023
352,062
185,760
175,952
140,735
227,355
1,935,721
133,112
196,356
254,647

$30,000
140,000
132,000
67,000
50,000
53,000
625,000

£200
200

Dividends

35,000
125,000
36,000
160,000
50,000
100,000
21,500
17,000

27.00
100.00
!
100.00
81.59
63.60
89.179
100.00
100.00
37.6483
100.00

1,061,598
298,324
392,394
75,175
29,204
118,371
90,424
36,109
261,887
77,104
168,048
70,191
27,801
32,449

108

3,420

108

583,346

744,500
50,000
130,000
121,750

10,000
50,000

156,260
282,370
197,353
128,832
132,461
81,801
21,182
108,385

15,251

521,750
300,000
75,000

93,625
580,592
104,749

73,523

375,000

2,656,254
894,767
2,397,129

1,561,300

186,993
422,772

A p r . 8,1881
Oct. 10,1879

65
66
67
68
60
70
71
72
73

15,1881
10,1894
1,1884
17,1881
24,1886
1,1881
6,1883
6,1887

74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81

5,948,150

50,000
200,000

100.00

56
57
58
59

778,966

500,000
100,000
961,300

100.00

54

1,108,644

7,651
25,103
40,769

100.00
100.00

2,739,079

12,679

100.00
65.57
100.00
100.00
100.00
90.50
88.00
60.00
100.00
38.10
40. 7285
98.925
60.00
100.00

38.50
100.00

14
829
884
859

14

160,000

712
2,388
130
327

17,223




100.00
100.00
100. 00

Mar.
Apr.
Mar.
Jan.
Apr.
Aug.
Feb.
Aug.

100.00
100.00
100.00

100.00
100.00
100.00

F e b . 4,1882
F e b . 18,1885
O c t . 12,1885

82
83
84

67.405
43.50
65.30

Dec. 22,1896
A p r . 30,1892
J u n e 30,1893

85
86
87

70.90
80.25

A p r . 15,1893
J u n e 6 1892

89

208,991
46,441
294,521
' 245,599
4,631,393
36,526
365,931
26,322
409,997
8,131
84,978

1,142,500

6,356,830

«s

609,765

(50,000
50,000
ion 000
75,000
400,000
25,000
250,000
32 500
100 000
50,000

14,123

100.00

•

250,000

197

100.00
68.70
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
99.133
81.00

57.20
81.10
33.00
100. 00
83.465
100.00
75.25
95.00
35.00
100. 00
69.50

100.00
100. 00

100.00

Dec.
Oct.
May
Jan.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Dec.
Apr.
Oct.
Jan

90
5,1893
91
25,1886
92
25,1894
93
4,1894
94
30,1899
95
25,1889
96
30,1890
97
31,1900
OS
19,1893
29,1885
00
22 1890 100

164

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

TABLE NO. 38.-—Insolvent national banks, dates of organization, appointment of receiver,
and additional assets, amounts collected

Name and location of bank.

101
102
103
104

Middletown National Bank, Middletown, N. Y
Farmers' National Bank, Bushnell, HI
Schoharie County National Bank, Schoharie, N. Y..
Exchange National Bank, Norfolk, Va
Total.
First National Bank, Lake City, Minn
Lancaster National Bank, Clinton, Mass...
First National Bank, Sioux Falls, S. Dak..
First National Bank, Wahpeton, N. Dak...
First National Bank, Angelica, N. Y.
City National Bank, Williamsport, Pa 1

Date of
organization.

June 14,1865
Feb. 18,1871
Aug. 9,1865
May 13,1865

First National Bank, Blair, Nebr

113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120

Total.
First National Bank, Pine Bluff, Ark
Palatka National Bank, Palatka, Fla
Fidelity National Bank, Cincinnati, Ohio
Henrietta National Bank, Henrietta, Tex
National Bank of Sumter, S. C
First National Bank, Dansville, N. Y
First National Bank, Corry, Pa
Stafford National Bank, Stafford Springs, Conn.

Sept. 18.1882
Nov. 20,1884
Feb. 27,1886
Aug. 3,1883
Nov. 26.1883
Sept. 4.1863
Dec. 6.1864
June 7.1865

121
122
123
124
125
125
127
128

Fifth National Bank, St. Louis Mo
Metropolitan National Bank, Cincinnati, Ohio..
First National Bank Auburn, N. Y
Commerical National Bank, Dubuque, Iowa
State National Bank, Raleigh, N. C
Second National Bank, Xenia, Ohio
Madison National Bank, Madison, S. Dak
Lowell National Bank, Lowell, Mich

Dec.
June
Jan.
Mar.
June
Jan.
Nov.
June

129
130

Total.
California National Bank, San Francisco, Cal.
First National Bank, Anoka, Minn

Oct. 26,1886
Sept. 14,1882

131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139

Total.
National Bank of Shelby ville, Tenn
First National Bank, Sheffield., Ala
Third National Bank, Malone, N. Y
First National Bank, Abilene, Kans
Harper National Bank, Harper, Kans
Gloucester City National Bank, Gloucester City, N. J.
Park National Bank, Chicago, m
State National Bank, Wellington, Kans
Kingman National Bank, Kingman, Kans

Oct. 29,1874
Jan. 14.1887
July 15.1885
June 23,1879
Jan. 6,1886
Oct. 26.1888
May 11.1886
Oct. 1,1886
Sept. 16,1886

Ahington National Bank, Abington, Mass. .

29,1870
22,1864
15,1880
2,1882
3.1864
17,1874
1.1865
7,1882

Nov.
Dec.
Mar.
Apr.

29,188 i
17,1884
23,1885
9,1885

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

3 an.
Jan.
Mar.
Apr.
Apr.
May
Aug.
Sept.

4,1886
20,1886
11,1886
8,1886
19,1886
4,1886
2,1886
8,1886

650,000

To£al.

50,000
50,000
1,000,000
50,000
• 50,000
50,000
100,000
200,000

Nov. 20,1886
June 3,1887
June 27,1887
Aug. 17,1887
Aug. 24,1887
Sept. 8,1887
Oct. 11,1887
Oct. 17,1887

1,550,000
6,1882
23,1881
13.1864
4,1871
2,1868
1,1864
29,1886
14.1865

300,000
1,000,000
150,000
100,000
100,000
150,000
50,000
50,000

Nov.
Feb.
Feb.
Apr.
Mar.
May
June
Sept.

15,1887
10,1888
20,1888
2,1888
31,1888
9,1888
23,1888
19/1888

1,900,000
200,000
50,000

Jan. 11,1
Apr. 22,1

250,000

Total.
Aug.
First National Bank, Alma, Kans
Aug.
First National Bank, Belleville, Kans
First National Bank, Meade Center, Kans
Mav
American National Bank, Arkansas City, Kans
Mar.
City National Bank, Hastings, Nebr
Dec.
June
Peoples' National Bank, Fayetteville, N. C
Jan.
Spokane National Bank, Spokane Falls, Wash
First National Bank, Ellsworth, Kans
Sept.
Second National Bank, McPherson, Kans
Sept.
Sept.
Pratt County National Bank, Pratt, Kans
July
Keystone National Bank, Philadelphia, Pa
Mar.
Spring Garden National Bank, Philadelphia, Pa
National City Bank, Marshall, Mich
July
Red Cloud National Bank, Red Cloud, Nebr
May
Sept.
Asbury Park National Bank, Asbury Park, N. J
Ninth National Bank, Dallas, Tex. /.
Sept.
First National Bank, Red Cloud, Nebr
Nov.
Central Nebraska National Bank, Broken Bow, Nebr.. Sept.
1
Restored to solvency.


140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157

1200,000
50,000
50,000
300,000

Receiver
appointed.

600,000

Nov.
Nov.
Mar.
Feb.
Nov.
Mar.
July
July

105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112

Capital
stock.

50,000
100,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
200,000
50,000
100,000

Dec. 13,1889
Dec. 23,1889
Dec. 30,1889
Jan. 21,1890
Feb. 10,1890
June 12,1890
July 14,1890
Sept. 25,1S90
Oct. 2,1890

750,000
3,1887
28.1885
5,1887
15.1889
27.1883
27,1872
24,1888
11.1884
16,1887
8,1887
30,1875
13.1886
29,1872
10,1884
17.1887
12.1890
8,1882
28.1888

75,000 Nov. 21,1890
50,000 Dec. 12,1800
50,000 Dec. 24,1890
300,000 Dec. 26,1890
100,000 Jan. 14,18D1
125,000 Jan. 20,1891
100,000 Feb. 3,1891
50,000 Feb. 11,1891
50,000 Mar. 25,1891
50,000 Apr. 7,1891
„
500,000 May 9,1891
750,000 May 21,1891
100,000 June 22,1891
75,000 July 1,1891
100,000 July 2,1891
300,000 July 16,1891
75,000 . . . / . d o
60,000 July 21,1891

165

EEPOET OF THE COMPTROLLER OP THE CURRENCY.

and closing, since the organization of the national banking system, with amounts of nominal
from all sources, etc.—Continued.
Nominal assets at date of
suspension.
Estimated
good.

Estimated
doubtful.

Additional
assets
received
since date
Estimated of suspension.
worthless.

Total
assets.

Offsets
allowed

and
settled.

Nominal
Loss on
assets com- value of
pounded or assets resold under turned to
stockorder of
holders.
court.

$600,810
13,170
96,891
1,273,711

$53,692
3,874
39,593
1,441,378

$167,075
62,229
28,010
938,916

$131,069
11,899
4,809
273,432

$952,646
91,172
169,303
3,927,437

$22,189
3,411
508
197,262

$300,526
350
89,506
1,380,020

1,984,582

1,538,537^

$41,079

1,196,230

421,209

5,140,558

223,370

1, 770,402

57,487
144,850
48,510
20,505
59,810
154,879
122,551
235,474

91,996
138,707
137,859
66,965
28,459
26,825
168,164
8,000

7,291
8,094
3,821
44,909
70,458
24,398
5,462
6,834

57,994
69,964
12,332
4,138
7,798
35,202
21,633
5,439

214, 768
361,615
202,522
136,517
166,525
241,304
317,810
255,747

584
18,883
54,116
1,168
1,284
4,104
3,721
5,645

36,030
85,148'
106,872
10,211
816
76,659
2,358

77,725
70,715
38,917
43,697

844,066

666,975

171,267

214,500

1,896,808

89,505

318,094

357,625

50,793
15,646
2,464,079
74,171
66,081
17,449
156,586
208,243

85,912
32,092
915,577
35,999

16,171
1,790
. 1,775,667
25,696
17,769
56,220
29,501
29,177

154,485
58 319
7,649,834
148,861
84,009
119,638
273,036
418,158

127

80,035

838,120
6,594
883
19,806
8,971
10,556

3,933,986

8,397
20,239
119,869

1,609
8,791
2,494,511
12,995
159
37,572
66, 710
60,869

1,057
68,034
124,580
10,146

3,053,048

1,218,085

2,683,216

1,951,991

8,906,340

885,057

4,217,838

215,238

580,321
1,668,952
268,961
333,506
152, 390
181,870
17,136
55,535

929,388
787,598
160,617
324,872
176,652
214,560
91,153
71,124

61,622
125,236
510,790
15,112
137,561
78,496
20,025
1,316

95,571
7,111
325,342
29,221
8,398
69,652
38,052
46,811

1,666,902
2,588,897
1.265,710
702,711
475,001
544,578
166,366
174, 786

164,276
17,528
53,337
71,172
67,849
13,275
2,001
1,840

582,026
16,000
719,952
403,278
220,176
39,557
129,091
33,240

3,258,671

2,755,964

950,158

620,158

7,584,951

391,278

2,143,320

1,364,895

400,003
83,776

61,519
44,698

216,704
17,225

95,247
24,059

773,473
169,758

21,019
2,196

130,113
69,535

113, 884

483, 779

106,217

233,929

119,306

943,231

23,215

199, 648

113,884

1,898
153,262
74,662
38,896
25, 775
6,675
342,921
23,319
11,416

98,099
117,240
31,442
92, 995
21,224
12,317
256,395
77, 765
101,635

44,592
72,568
33,827
81,897
19,674
56,237
142,551
11,646
64, 792

6,092
9,329
2,446
9,209
4,750
8,040
41,536
10,068
48,396

150,681
352,399
142,377
222,997
71,423
83,269
783,403
122, 798
226,239

3,019
1,586
1,733
5,600
690
75,645
801
1,541

122,751
232,239
49,050
165,667
42,107
59,835
24,345
17,969
192,681

678,824

809,112

527, 784

139,866

2,155,586

90,615

906,644

9, 233
10,794
6,201
206,303
48,128
101,878
314,354
102,952
7,537
24,983
575,606
280,592
157,652
33,823
24,089
123,895
34,040
37,214

27,273
50,866
42.808
376,977
59,642
24,882
190,090
46,213
85,858
56,756
996,992
555,430
38.725
118,333
32,015
229,956
41,226
91,674

40,709
22,426
21,564
55, 732
110,400
124,504
9,060
43,981
29,718
17,166
153,913
1.485,688
641
13, 635
56,240
218,928
82,117
9,321

15,126
4,042
2,036
171,659
18,644
10,516
223,449
6,415
46,220
9,049
138,284
614,952
23,250
26, 708
23,462
19,311
8,714
5,080

92,341
88,128
72,609
810,671
236,814
261,780
736,953
199,561
169,333
107,954
1,864, 795
2,936,662
220,268
192,499
135,806
592,090
166,097
143, 289

128
274
225
56, 738
289
8,760
70,248
2,669
3,611
429
96,788
124,700
4,199
6,756
339
33,427
12,371

76 540
51,149
58,394
226 998
189,822
178,089
173,208
113 595
107,361
57,565
1,429,122
2,367,827
29,727
119,892
92, 652
416,941
103, 792
107,375

101
102
103
104




$41,079
65,573
60,998

105

ioe
107
10«
108
11C
111

m

44,068

11?
114

37,585

115
11f

133,585

119
12C

ir

11^

1,164,063

121
12:
i?3

194

161,275
39,557

12C

I9*
12$

12C
13C

131
13r
13,"

1S4
171,400
45,709

13c
ISf
13'
13«

m
217,109
Mf
141
14r
14r
144

6,498

14f
14'
14F
14r
IV
1^1
155
IT

15'

166

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

TABLE NO. 38.—Insolvent national banks, dates of organization, appointment of receiver,
and additional assets, amounts collected
Collected
from
assessment
upon
shareholders.

Total
collections
from all
sources.

$159,087
50,000
1,400
168,520

$789,018
96,332
80,689
2,477,889

$17,243

$40, 786

$629,931
46,332
79,289
2,309,369

40,785

3,064,921

379,007

3,443,928
148,611
304,008
78,988
05,177
77,305
165,669
198,513
204,047

Nominal
value of
remaining
assets.

101
102
103
104

Collected
from
assets.

105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112

148,611
245, 704
63,258
28,477
77,305
165,669
198,513
204,047

58,304
15, 730
36, 700

1,131,584

110, 734

1,242,318

74,323
14,251
2,877, 728
104,682
82,069
31,798
139,485
263,871

113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120

1,180

75,503
14,251
3,196,898
104,682
100,204
65,800
174,141
263,871

319,170
18,135
34,002
34,656

Loans paid
and other Dividends
disbursepaid.
ments.

Legal
expenses.

Receiver's
salary and
other
expenses.

182,290

$684,428
86, 263
59,461
2,085,826

$53,425
1,825
5,010
108,571

$33,922
8,244
16,215
98,261

199,533

2,915,978

168,831

156,642

231
82,472
16, 764
625

106,424

131,024
188,482
36,929
52,402
66,394
135,574
117,878
82,946

192
2,855
8,407
1,840
1,155
1,425
198
324

2,314
22' 713
16,770
10,299
6,607
7,321
5,208
4,279

222,693

811,629

16,396

75,511

1,500

777
519
1,017

61,379
9,492
2,610,351
86,442
80,120
46,546
161,497
255,495

147,413
1,990
7,152
7,746
2,280
882

12,624
1,348
108,491
8,463
4,802
10,731
9,845
3,988

16,177

82
330,643

3,588,207

157

72,582

1

i
5,534
i
i

160,292

28,906
630
41,754
4,408
2,988
1,810
7,104
1,923

32,974
11,572
36,111
14,741
9,096
4,622
14,896
3,348

397,345

4,082,803

824, 715

2,839,035

89,523

127,360

59,645
32,500

568,102
130,527

59,535
26,881

482,013
87,895

6,001
4,148

16,456
11,603

92,145

698,629

86,416

569,908

10,149

28,059

26,707
19,948
7,981
42,408
10,353
722
21,347
37,210

54,637
125,286
99,722
98,005
31,465
23,466
512,013
79,666
69,227

1,177
58,647
31,483
20,344
3,025
3,404
41,906
10,998
1,774

43,289
43,022
58,356
66,221
20,410
16,047
452,017
60,902
52,178

5,032
8,299
2,626
2,099
872
372
4,455
780
3,529

5,139
15,318
7,257
9,341
6,960
3,643
13,029
6,633
11,042

926,811

14,407
140
141
142
143
144
145
140
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156

168,963

1,091,416
400,998
481,966
248,132
172,909
318,554
32,009
93,051

27,930
105,338
91,741
55,597
21,112
22,744
512,013
58,319
32,017

2,604

3,311,322

19,446
782,390
5,167
5,810
1,983
1,169
7,284
1,466

508,457
98,027

11,803

333,038

1,174,519
1,391,306
564,998
273,091
186,976
330,471
61,293
100,149

606,484
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139

3,995,350

253,919

3,685,458
129
130

407,143

920,600
1,391,308
492,421
228,261
186,976
330,471
35,274
100,149

121
122
12,1
124
125
126
127
128

166,676

1,093,487

172,758

812,442

28,064

78,362

15,673
36,705
13,990
454,353
46,703
74,931
493,497
83,297
58,361
49,960
338,885
438,001
179,844
65,851
42,815
141,722
49,934
35,914

12,490
4,770
9,351
68,921
29,012
35,178
1,613
11,227
780
1,686
241,511
274,110

28,163
41,475
23,341
523,274
75,715
110,109
495,110
94,524
59,141
51,646
580,396
712,711
179,844
89,260
42,815
181,527
73,129
39,007

8,483
6,224
1,919
219,675
20,565
3,346
85,482
27,722
32,132
8,256
57,162
85,105
9,121
4,321
32,2.14
97,644
16,049
27,143

6,218
30,516
11,851
233,984
41,966
86,247
368,251
54,475
21,705
29,813
417,748
537,687
162,987
78,198
8,753
49,002
41,211
3,643

5,195
772
2,897
21,137
6,943
5,735
16,959
2,079
934
5,911
50,030
29,742
261
1,131
18
9,462
8,202
2,091

7,611
3,963
6,674
48,478
6,241
14,781
24,418
10,248
4,370
7,624
55,456
60,177
7,475
5,610
1,830
23,842
7,656
6,130




72,577
44,830
26,019

23,409
39,805
23,195
3,093

167

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

and closing, since the organization of the national banking system, with amounts of nominal
from all sources, etc.—Continued.

Balance in
hands of
comptroller
or receiver.

Amount
Amount of
returned to assessment
shareholders upon sharein cash.
holders.

$3
2,941

$200,000
50,000
50^ 000
300,000

$651,274
86,258
140,333
2,897,197

600,000

3,775,062

i
2,944
$14,850
7,486

ils
n

100,000
50,000
50,000

3,149
5,172
75,229
10,074

129

Amount
of claims
proved.

'

127,524
171,581
54,043
112,135
63,669
130,772
116,626
80,452

200,000

120,129
9,379
4,344,281
82,156
73,343
210,074
174,120
247,920

3,329
7,787
8,130

i 666 666
19,500
50,000
60 000

2,489

1,777

1,179,500

1,130,254
398,236
848,544
435,319
326,222
311,028
51,012
90,136

195, 716
150,000
100 000
100,000

i
4 316

36i

50,000

200,393

700,000
75,000
50,000

456,667
108,127

23.95
100.00

Mar.
Feb.
Sept.
June

29,1893
10,1888
30,1890
23,1894

10
10
10
10

100.00
100.00
68.60
47.00
100. 00
100. 00
100. 00
100.00

100.00
100.00

June
Sept.
Apr.
Mar.
Mar.
Aug.
Feb.
Apr.

1,1886
14,1891
5,1897
20,1890
2,1888
18,1887
17,1887
30,1887

10
10
10
10
10
11
11
11

July
Oct.
Oct.
July
Mar.
May
Apr.
Oct.

25 1895
17,1887
30,1909
11,1889
5 1B91
13,1892
25 1892
20,1888

11
IV
11
IK
11
~\V
11 (
1<>(

June
June
July
Nov
Jan.
Jan
July
Apr.

10,1901
27,1888
6,1897
11 1892
15,1891
21 1889
24,1894
24,1890

1?

100.00
100,00
100. 00
100.00

56.50
100.00
59.95
100.00
100.00
22.1568
92.75
100.00

100 00
100.00
100 00
100. 00

125,000

606
353
704

50 000
100,000
10 000
65,000
12,500
20,000
24,000
40,000
80,000

143,454
172,292
58,797
75,638
22,436
30,566
465,760
56,745
83,756

1,663

401,500

31,08S
30,516
18,822
275 923
122,528
118,419
393 011
111 742
42,962
42,059
2 320 680
2,092,140
155,040
87,086
8,753
108,894
64,368
72,858

100.00

100 00

166.66

w,
1V
*
19f

w
12*

1,109,444

43,950
11,000
18,000
225 000
100 000
62,500
80 000
38 000
39,000
4,000
500 000
750,000

96.60
100.00
56.80
57.00
53.00
100 00
63.20
100.00

564,794

4,097'
•
198

198

100.00
100.00
42.37
72.00

3,590,751

4,097

1,777

Finally
closed.

5,261,402

300,000

21,735

Interest
dividends
(per cent).

85Q, 802

50,000

115,900

Dividends
(per cent).

656

i

*

42

37,500
1,577
11




180,000
45.000
54,000

100.00
75.85

30 177
25.00
95 25
87.55
91.60
52.50
100. 00
100. 00
62. 50

20.00
100. 00
63. 30
84 80
34 25
72.50
93 70
49 35
50.30
70.50
18 00
25.70
100.00
89.80
100.00
45.00
61.25
5.00

100.00

100. 00
100. 00

100. 00

Feb. 26,1895
May 4,1896

19C

Apr.
Jan.
Dec
May
July
Feb.
Feb.
Mar.
June

26 1892
26,1900
31 1892
9,1895
21,1894
2,1894
27,1893
29,1893
7,1899

133
13 r

Oct.
Apr.
Oct
Oct.
Mar.
Jan
Apr.
Nov.
Apr.
Jan
Dec.
Mar.
May
June
Aug.
Feb.
Sept.

31,1893
14,1902
31 1908
7 1896
12,1896
22 1895
11 1898
1,1893
1,1896
31 1902
9,1901
31,1895
24,1895
30,1892
11,1900
25,1896
7,1897

13C

134
iqc

13P

ir

13*
13fi

14(1
141
14?
144
146
147
148
149
150
151
15?
153
154
155
156
157

168

EEPOBT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

TABLE NO. 38.—Insolvent national banks, dates of organization, appointment of receiver,
and additional assets, amounts collected

Name and location of bank.

Florence National Bank, Florence, A l a . . .
First National Bank, Palatka, Fla
First National Bank. Kansas City, Kans.
Rio Grande National Bank, Laredo, T e x .
First National Bank, Clearfield, Pa
Farley National Bank, Montgomery, Ala.1.
First National Bank, Coldwater, K a n s . . .

Date of
organization.

Oct. 3,1889
July 15,1884
May 17,1887
Jan.* 30jl865
Dec. 18,1889
May 9', 1887

Total.
31,1864
12.1864
2,1885
29.1887
25,1866
21,1884
12,1886
23.1865
25.1890
22,1884
17,1886
16,1883
31,1890
16,1890
15,1889
29.1888
17,1865

Mar.
First National Bank, Del Norte, Colo
Newton National Bank, Newton, Kans
Jan.
Capital National Bank, Lincoln, Nebr
June
Bankers and Merchants National Bank, Dallas, Tex
Jan.
First National Bank, Little Rock, Ark
Apr.
Commercial National Bank, Nashville, Tenn
July
Alabama National Bank, Mobile, Ala
May
First National Bank, Ponca, Nebr.
Jan.
Second National Bank, Columbia, Tenn
Oct.
Columbia National Bank. Chicago, 111
Apr.
Elmira National Bank, EJmira, N. Y
Aug.
National Bank of North Dakota, Fargo, N. Dak..
Mar.
Evanston National Bank, Evanston, 111
June
National Bank of Deposit, New York, N. Y
Aug.
Oglethorpe National Bank, Brunswick, Ga
July
First National Bank, Lakota, N. Dak
Oct.
First National Bank, Cedar Falls, Iowa
Sept.
First National Bank, Brady, Tex
Jan.
First National Bank, Arkansas City, Kans.1
June
Citizens National Bank, Hillsboro" Ohio
Sept.
First National Bank, Brunswick, Ga 1
Feb.
City National Bank. Brownwood, Tex.
June
Merchants National Bank, Tacoma. Wash
May
City National Bank, Greenville, Mich
Aug.
First National Bank, Whatcom, Wash
Aug.
June
Columbia National Bank, New Whatcom, Wash.
Apr.
Citizens National Bank, Spokane, Wash.11
First National Bank, Phillipsburg, Mont.
Dec.
Linn County National Bank, Albany, Oreg
May
Dec.
Nebraska National Bank, Beatrice, Nebr
Dec.
Gulf National Bank, Tampa, Fla
Sept.
Livingston National Bank, Livingston, Mont
Dec.
Chemical National Bank, Chicago, 111 1
Oct.
Bozeman National Bank, Bozeman, Mont.
Sept.
Consolidated National Bank, San Diego, Cal
July
First National Bank, Cedartown, Ga
Oct.
Merchants National Bank, Great Falls, Mont
Aug.
State National Bank, Knox ville, Tenn 1
Nov.
Montana National Bank, Helena, Mont
Nov.
Indianapolis National Bank, * AAJLV * XG/LXCbfJU lX~tj LI
X i l u a C b i - l < * j 7 V i l O J- ^ Ch \jX\JXXOtX JLJ CM-l A. Indianapolis, I n d . . .
June
Northern National Bank, Big Rapids, Mich.
First National Bank, Great Falls, Monf.x
July
1
Restored to solvency.

1890
1885
1883
1890
1806
1884
1871
1887
1881
1887
1889
1890
1892
1887
1887
1889
1874
1890
1885
1872
1884
1890
1884
1884
1889
1890
1889
1891
1890
1889
1890
1889
1891
1882
1883
1889
1890
1889
1882
1864
1871

July 23,1891
Aug. 7,1891
Aug. 17,1891
Oct. 3,1891
Oct. 7,1891
do
Oct. 14,1891

400,000
100,000
150,000
500,000
250,000
75,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
200,000
100,000
> 50,000
r 50,000
125,000
100,000

N o v . 2,1891
N o v . 21,1891
Dec. 5,1891
Dec. 18,1891
Dec. 21,1891
Jan. 7,1892
Feb. 6,1892
Feb. 9,1892
Feb. 19,1892
Feb. 29,1892
.do
Max. 21,1892
June 22,1892
July 2,1892
.do
July 20,1892
July 22,1892

2,450,000

Total.




$60,000
150,000
150,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
52,000

Receiver
appointed.

3,622,000

Dec.
Nov.
Dec.
Dec.
July
Nov.
Oct.
Feb.
Aug.
Apr.
Sept.
Jan.
July
Aug.
Jan.
Mav
Julv

Maverick National Bank, Boston, Mass
Corry National Bank, Corry, Pa
Cheyenne National Bank, Cheyenne, Wyo
California National Bank, San'Diego, Cal
First National Bank, Wilmington, N. C
Huron National Bank, Huron, S. Dak
First National Bank, Bowers, Kans
First National Bank, Muncy, Pa
.Bell County National Bank, Temple, Tex
First National Bank, Peming, N. Mex
First National Bank, Silver City, N. Mex
Lima National Bank, Lima. Ohio
National Bank of Guthrie, Okla
Cherry vale National Bank, Cherry vale, Kans
First National Bank, Erie, Kans
First National Bank, Rockwall, Tex
Vincennes National Bank, Vince^^s, Ind

Capital
stock.

50,000
100,000
300.000
500', 000
500.000
500,000
150,000
50,000
100,000
1,000,000
200,000
250,000
100,000
300,000
150,000
50,000
50,000
* 50,000
125,000
100,000
200,000
150,000
250,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
150,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
1,000,000
50,000
250,000
75,000
100,000
100,000
500,000
300,000
100,000
250,000

Jan. 14,1893
Jan. 16,1893
Feb. 6,1893
do..
....do
Apr. 6,1893
Apr. 17,1893
May 13,1893
May 19,1893
May 22,1893
May 26,1893
June 6,1893
June 7,1893
June 9,1893
June 12,1893
June 13,1893
do
do
June 15,1893
June 16,1893
June 17,1893
June 20,1893
June 23,1893
June 27,1893
do
do
July 1,1893
July 8,1893
July 10,1893
July 12,1893
July 14,1893
July 20,1893
July 21,1893
July 22,1893
July 24,1893
July 26,1893
July 29,1893
do.......
Aug. 2,1893
Aug. 3,1893
Aug. 5,1893
do

169

REPORT OF THE COMPTKOLLEB OF THE CURRENCY.

and closing since the organization of the national banking system, with amounts of nominal
from all sources, etc.—Continued.
Nominal assets at date of
suspension.
Estimated
good.
$27,436
157,630
86,050
42,152
74,758

Additional

Estimated
doubtful.

Estimated
worthless.

assets
received
since date
of suspension.

$80,860
214,991
87,665
27,181
51,564

$15,460
112,844
118,023
101,848
142,122

$5,133
9,872
25,157
5,615
97,314

Total

assets.

$128,889
495,337
316,895
176,796
365, 758

Offsets
allowed
and

settled.

$7,435
34,885
11,076
218
8,190

Loss on
assets compounded or
sold under
order of
court.

Nominal
value of
assets returned to
stockholders.

$71,035
366, 708
206,396
128,373
143,929

16,121

50,064

19,455

5,219

90,859

7,091

63,034

2,503,421

3,578,041

3,005,495

1,515,227

10,602,184

490,846

6,879,524

4,170,649
429,340
130,365
541,363
. 140,808
41,221
17,570
62,381
68,264
24,715
63,241
124,113
3,992
15,583
60,369
31,523
106,351

4,747,455
152,513
298,762
535,479
369,140
17,778
60,938
106,718
65,727
209,549
86,124
276,990

772,597
61,480
31,617
330,716
181,995
39,147
39,621
9,696
2,650
32,215
5,048
58,257

528,108
73,296
68,139
220,900
45,155
4,511
7,963
27,100
17,332
20,183
9,749
60,642

1,082,794
35, 836
11,819
51,012
20,685
404
127
7,093
26,650
13,323
12,638
53,282

2,216,405
235,661
297,742
1,208,072
392,970
54,046
78,228

31,110
5,111
79,936
109,297

53,933
30,953
109,651
149,159

1,097
5,886
11,414
32 808

10,218,799
716,629
528,883
1,658,458
737,098
102,657
126,092
205,895
153,973
286,662
164,162
520,002
3,992
101, 723
102,319
232,524
397,615

11,881
1,429
59,725
7,164

56,365
154,073
221,603

6,031,848

7,152,617

1,938,735

1,134,283

16,257,483

1,395,862

5,321,561

68,135
30,329
335,352
34,142
300,549
1,055,328
50,839
28,701
81, 751
831,565
158,187
19,956
48,169
958,872
72,758
7,968
63,781
54,586

83,761
27,959
174,852
157,453
272,803
365,918
131,070
121,847
141, 872
1,097,119
378,953
296, 498
90,902
263,745
267,992
32,874
101,494
13,195

26,342
145,461
413,862
437,285
477,405
958,272
34,910
58,679
128,851
608,148
386,867
3,201
53,163

182,089
213,478
1,163,615
651,749
1,701,065
2,528,187
224,102
220,699
404,944
2,589,885
1,029,402
358,796
201,178
1,249,466
478,635
71,797
216,293
115,237

2,209
13,633
13,875
20,686
20,723
86,139
4,593
1,251
22,427
354,156
152,199
1,093
4,220
133,899
17,935
4,085
10,491
3,550

119,203
170,172
604,905
560,312
742,674
1,300,747
117,417
154,618
231, 822
1,482,204
503,503
3,142
107,443

97,917
1,455
39,292
41,179

3,851
9,729
239,549
22,869
650,308
148,669
7,283
11,472
52,470
53,053
105,395
39,141
8,944
26,849
39,968
29,500
11,726
6,277

221,171
193,193

80,835
387,344

252,321
36,389

62,191
24,017

616,518
640,943

50,423
48,314

336,345

371,884
125,823
38,067
115,530

569,688
159,710
65,807
105,146

90,355
36,245
19,565
4,563

69,748
27,881
12,706
6,430

1,101,675
349,659
136,145
231,669

57,063
3,519
6,426
7,382

761,090
237,498
104,911
188,761

149,100
107,446
118,550
48,019
1,245, 767

122,381
156,577
16,201
50,534
804,337

53,766
18,026
16,684
73,431
603,144

49,369
27,610
6,741
7,732
257,497

374,616
309,659
158,176
179,716
2,910,745

40,419
10,226
21,163
7,351
354,354

110,625
178,633
32,991
99,813
907,546

250,796
85,199
74,026
175,816

437,517
60,104
85,906
44,380

418,910
15,848
117,614
11,323

116,866
4,124
76,100
15,774

1,224,089
165,275
353,646
247,293

74,095
5,360
8,684
3,580

707,892
72,353
181,109

878,946
100,987

521,577
233,958

697,745
2,378

150,618
114,624

2,248,886
451,947

179,701
6,555

1,029,013
180,710

158
159
160
161
162
163
164




$6,498

74,869
82,151
191,035
56,771
76,439

124,032
51,094

165
166
167
168
169
170
171
17?
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181

249,995

276,576
266,041

332,394
37,846
117,582
50,498
328,809

83,375

182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
?07
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223

170

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

TABLE NO. 38.—Insolvent national haul's, dates of organization, appointment of receiver,
and additional assets, amounts collected
Nominal
value of
remaining
assets.

58

$50,419
93,744
99,423
48,205
213,639

5Q

60
61
6?
63
64

9,349

38,284
34,810

82,443
8?
K3
184
85
L86
187
88
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
^00
?,01
202
203
304
?05
206
?07
?08
?09
?10
?11
?M
213
21

142,296
350

13, 719

222
223

$3,600
92,327
42,696
17,657

j
Total
collections
from all
sources.

$54,019
186,071
142,119
65,862
213,639

Loans paid
and other Dividends
disbursepaid.
ments.

$21,907
21,093
24,326
35,991
5,292

$21,164
143,621
88,268
21,927
151,847

Legal
expenses.

Receiver's
salary and
other
expenses.

$4,007
7,874
9,852
1,348
10,178

$6,941
13,483
16 233
6,596
9,136
5,082

5,565

26,299

1,703

i8,196

1,318

3,147,200

941,996

4,089,196

852,875

2,629,278

204,076

360,055 |

6,919,600
445,132
209,973
399,374
323,443
48,207
47, 737
123,933
45,172
44,020
59,943
266,249
3,992
33,477
49,796
18,726
168,848

139,427
31,350
44,546
223,563
144,939
2,079
5,613

83,039
12,204
55,348
130,943
88,362
34,317
16,731
11,946
7,703
9,622
12,931
1,920

6,854,775
440,641
175,801
405,004
340,942
9,298
28,563
80,636
32,323
64, 776
48.802
179,691

40,175
6,578
8,899
60,498
17,539
1,142
2,117

11,861
56,301

7,059,027
476,482
254,519
622,937
468,382
50,286
53,350
123,933
52,260
95,861
82,823
266,249
3,992
33,477
49,796
30,587
225,149

21,623
11,002
2,000
12,869

4,838
35,146
15,983
197,292

2,453
439
7,850
3,615

81,038
17,059
14,471
26,492
21,539
5,529
5,939
2 655
7,192
16,149
14,869
7,354
1,261
4,563
1,553
4,593
11,373

9,207,622

741, 488

9,949,110

512,560

8,914,511

175,447

243,629

60,677
29,673
402,539
70,751
937,318
1,141,301
102 092
64,830
150,695
753,525
373, 700
77,985
89,515
849,526
128,306
16,147
88,220
61,189

14,567
43,317
155,598
58,101
90,268
359,015

75,244
72,990
558,137
128,852
1,027,586
1,500,316
102 092
86,255
197,030
1,152,073
447,223
77,985
94,552
849,526
210,655
22,509
90,768
63,541

42,223
5,055
247,800
16,401
612,199
351,991
17 094
38,671
80,381
214,801
22,236
43,135
20,506
151,002
49,463
6,332
4,573
20,669

23,665
53,334
220,126
72,671
291,487
1,071,619
73 051
26,918
88,182
789,698
351,516
21,473
56,560
615,985
133,328
4,107
75,969
34, 489

3,404
4,886
54,496
19,125
52,595
38,724
291
6,788
9,231
50 087
37,590
2,288
8,043
8,461
9,245
1,078
2,825
1,929

5,952
9,715
35,715
20,655
43,951
37,982
11 633
13,878
19,236
50,137
35,881
10,986
9,443
22,483
18,619
10,992
7,401
6, 454

7,088
51,841
22,880

21,425
46,335
398,548
73,523
5,037
82,349
6,362
2,548
2,352

5,042
5,314
6,221
7,565

229,750
263,760

294,054
263, 760

11,930
5,004

244,888
250, 731

13,874
1,500

23,362
6,275

36,732
12, 207
13,188
7,909

320,254
120,849
37,996
43, 435

173,633
29,345
6,472
9,029

111,174
64,344
19,194
20,071

10,727
11 208
4,508
5,266

24,720
15 952
7,822
9,069

223,572
120,800
104,022
72,552
1,648,845

i5*835"

64,304

283,522
108,642
24,808
35,526

r

216
217
218
219
220

Collected
from
assessment
upon
shareholders.

20,734
$78,116

65
66
L67
68
69
70
71
79
73
L74
75
7h
77
78
79
80
81

Collected
from
assets.

13,593
31,251

237,165
152,051
104,022
93,152
1, 712, 489

26,601
41,131
21,171
27,113
168,118

192,210
91,467
64, 855
47, 766
1,424,484

6, 481
4,854
1,995
2,817
49,401

10,831
14,599
16 001
15,456
40,326

442,102
87,562
148,018
160,338

180,485

622,587
87,562
163,163
160,338

55,324
44,694
89,052
32,306

495,479
36,619
53,739
112,911

17,255
1,801
4,387
2,087

54,529
4,448
15,985
12,356

1,040,172
264,682

186,229
84,710

1,226,401
349,392

454, 790
70,633

678,902
229,966

34,095
17,506

58,614
31,287




20,600
63,644

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EEPOET OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

and closi7ig, since the organization of the national banking system, with amounts of nominal
from all sources, etc.—Continued.

Amount
returned to
shareholders
in cash.

Amount of
assessment
upon shareholders.

$3,440

Balance in
hands of
comptroller
or receiver.

$45,000
150,000
120,000
41,000

37,186
18,200

Amount
of claims
proved.

$36,336
283,020
121,357
59,331
149,699
34,014 1

2,562,150

7,602,341
547,184
281,903
963,889
558,623
17,882
36,156
79,330
46,177
146,232
84,382
174, 356

58.00
50.30
70.00
37.00
100.00

28,696
21,000
100,000
50,000
69 719
2 731
17,500

90.1666
80. 50
61.00
41.80
61.00
52.00
79.00
100.00
70.00
45. 50
63. 50
100.00
35.00
100.00
35.00
86.70

36,250
100,000
1.750.000

102,448
99,610
1,329,841
122,865
324,093
1,479,610
68,459
120,875
155,806
968, 221
488,172
50,775
80,971
600,573
206,714
13,689
126,411
34,489

23.10
53.40
17.71
61.40
73. 60
71.50
100.00
22.40
56.80
81.00
69.50
100.00
73.30
100.00
65. 50
30.00
58.50
100. 00

358,055
239,894

68. 40
100.00

250,000
50,000
50,000
18,000

102 802 i

161

1

I

27,354

626,440
237,099
73,098
110,039

23,000
80,000

179,976
164,644
64,366
84,195
1,342,490

100.00
61.40
100.00
57. 30
100. 00

625,304
30, 839
140,931
103,683

79. 50
100.00
38.00
100.00

1,112,567
240,802

61.00
95. 50

50.000
100,000
750,000
200,000

103
48,000
51,595
112,500
12,500
50,000
0,000
250

1,042

1

30,160

1

50,000
100,000
250,000
100,000

678




ioo.'oo"
100.00

17.75
27.90
26.26
18.24

23
47,350

Final I y
closed".

Apr.
Oct.
May
Sept.
Jan.
Feb.
Nov.

18,1898
l,19C0
25,1899
8,1896
29,1900
15,1892
24,1894

158
159
160
161
162
163
164

Mar.
Oct.
May
June
Sept.
Sept.
Apr.
Oct.
May
Aug.
Sept.
Apr.
June
Jan.
Apr.
Mar.
Oct.

31,1898
16,1896
31,1899
12,1900
21,1899
23,1897
25,1898
12/1892
2,1898
28,1901
30,1905
12,1893
24,1901
5,1897
6,1893
31,1896
24,1900

165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181

J u n e 15,1899
Oct. 27,1897
Dec. 28,1903
Nov. 6,1901
Sept. 30,1908
May 27,1899
Sept. 30,1897
Sept. 5,1899
Sept. 30,1905
do
Apr. 30,1912
Sept. 16,1895
Apr. 3,1897
J u n e 15,1894
Oct. 23,1899
May 7,1904
Jan.
6,1897
Oct. 9,1896
F e b . 6,1894
Apr. 29,1901
Sept. 12,1895
Dec. 5,1894
Sept. 10,1897
J u n e 24,1899
Oct. 19,1897
Jan.
7,1898
Dec. 21,1893
J a n . 29,1894
Apr. 27,1897
J u n e 16,1898
May 24,1899
Jan.
5,1901
May 2,1900
Nov. 17,1893
Mar. 31,1902
Nov. 16,1894
Jan.
6,1900
Aug. 8,1890
Dec. 11,1893
May 3,1900
May 31,1909
Mar. 26,1894

182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201

10,860,890

50,000
75,000
300,000
105,000
460,000
500,000

100,000

ioi

100.00

66.00

16,250
33,986
45,664
226,535

1,656
i

Interest
dividends
(per cent).

6,780,646

400,000
100,000
150,000
500,000
250,000
15,750
9,500

42,203

$709

Dividends
(per cent).

300,000
100,000

100.00

100.00

100.00

ioo." 66"

100.00

66.50
100. 00
93. 40
100.00
100.00

?m

203
204
205
206
207

?m
?m
?,10

m

212
?13
214
215
516
217
?18
219
220
t

m

222
223

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KEPOET OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

TABLE NO. 38.—-Insolvent national banks, dates of organization, appointment of receiver',
and additional assets, amounts collected

Name and location of bank.

First National Bank, Kankakee, III.1
National Bank of the Commonwealth, Manchester, N . H.'
First National Bank, Starkville, Miss
Stock Growers National Bank, Miles City, Mont
Texas National Bank* San Antonio, Tex
i
Albuquerque National Bank, Albuquerque, N . Mex
\
First National B a n k , Vernon, Tex
;
First National B a n k , Middlesboro, K y
First National Bank, Orlando, Fla±
j
Citizens National Bank, Muncie, Ind.1
!
First National B a n k , H o t Springs, S. Dak.
First J.'NatHJAlcXl XJE111JV, JXlOil 1W11, K a n s
-L' 11 Oli National B a n k , Marion, Xk-OiJUO .
Washington National Bank, Tacoma, Wash
E l Paso National Bank, E l Paso, Tex
Lloyds National B a n k , Jamestown, N . Dak
National Granite State Bank, Exeter, N. H
Chamberlain National Bank, Chamberlain, S. Dak
Port Townsend National Bank, Port Townsend, W a s h .
First National Bank, Port Angeles, Wash.1
First National B a n k , Sundance, W y o .
244 First National Bank, North Manchester, I n d .
245 ; Commercial National Bank, Denver, Colo
246 I First National B a n k , Dayton, Tenn

Date of
organization.

Feb.
Feb.
Apr.
Dec.
Jan.
July
May
Jan.
Mar.
Mar.
July
July
Apr.
Dec.
May
May
Apr.
Apr.
May
June
Mar.
Sept.
July

20,1871
9,1892
30,1887
20,1884
31,1885
14,1884
13,1889
8,1890
16,1886
15,1875
15,1890
28,1883
23,1889
22,1886
4,1891
15,1865
8,1890
18,1890
19,1890
16,1890
17,1883
6,1889
10,1890

May
Oct.
June
Dec.
July
June
Sept.
May
July
Jan.
Mar.
June
Apr.
Oct.
Apr.
Jan.
Dec.
Sept.
Set>t.
Nov.
Oct.

29,1884
24.1882
7,1887
29,1883
2,1889
1,1886
14.1883
20,1890
9,1890
2,1866
8,1890
29,1886
9,1877
23,1885
21,1887
11,1890
4,1889
20,1882
27,1889
23,1864
25,1882

July
Dec.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
July
July
Oct.
May
Mar.
Aug.
July
Apr.
May
Nov.
Apr.
Apr.
Oct.
May
May
July
Mar.
June
*N£ay
Oct.
Oct.

3,1886
24.1888
10,1884
8.1889
13,1883
9.1890
1,1865
2.1885
4,1889
6,1893
9,1865
3.1886
22,1865
4,1889
6,1S90
26,1888
13,1886
26,1883
22.1889
28.1877
1,1889
16,1886
20.1878
19.1890
10,1888
14,1871

Total.

$50,000
200,000
60,000
75,000
100,000
175,000
100,COO
50,000
150,000
200,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
150,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
250,000
50,000

Receiver
appointed.

Aug. 5,1893
Aug. 7,1893
Aug. 9,1893
do
Aug. 10,1893
Aug. 11,1893
Aug. 12,1893
do.
Aug. 14,1893
do
Aug. 17,1893
Aug. 22,1893
Aug. 26,1893
Sept. 2,1893
Sept. 14,1893
Sept. 23,1893
Sept. 30,1893
,
~ '
31893
Oct. 3,1893
Oct. 5,1893
Oct. 11,1893
Oct. 16,1893
Oct. 24,1893
Oct. 25,1893

10,910,000

Hutchinson National Bank, Hutchinson, K a n s . .
First National Bank, Spokane, Wash
Oregon National Bank, Portland, Or eg
Citizens National B a n k , Grand Island, Nebr
First National B a n k , Fort P a y n e , Ala
Third National Bank, Detroit, Mich
First National B a n k , Watkrns, N . Y
First National Bank, Llano, Tex
American National Bank, Springfield, Mo
First National Bank, Sedalia, Mo
National B a n k of Pendleton, Oreg
State National Bank, Wichita, Kans
German National Bank, Denver, Colo
Black Hills National Bank, Rapid City, S. D a k .
First National Bank, Arlington, Oreg
Baker City National Bank, Baker City, Oreg
First National Bank, Grant, Nebr
Wichita National Bank, Wichita, Kans
State National Bank, Vernon, Tex
National Bank of Middle town, P a
First National Bank, Kearney, Nebr

100,000
250,000
200,000
60,000
50,000
300,000
50,000
75,000
200,000
250,000
100,000
100,000
200,000
75,000
'50,000
75,000
50,000
250,000
100,000
85,000
150,000

Nov. 6,1893
Nov. 20,1893
Dec. 12,1893
Dec. 14,1893
Jan. 26,1894
Feb.
1,1894
Feb. 26,1894
Feb. 28,1894
do
May 10,1894
June 8,1894
June 20,1894
July
6,1894
July 13,1894
Aug. 2,1894
.do
Aug. 14,1894
Sept. 5,1894
Sept. 24,1894
do
Oct. 24,1894

2,770,0

Total.
Buffalo County National Bank, Kearney, Nebr
First National Bank, Johnson City, Tenn
Citizens National Bank, Madison, S. Dak
Citizens National Bank, Spokane, Wash. 2
Tacoma National Bank, Tacoma, Wash
City"National Bank, Quanah, Tex
Central National Bank, Rome, N . Y
First National Bank, Redfield, S. Dak
North Platte National Bank, North P l a t t e , N e b r . . . .
Needles National Bank, Needles, Cal
National Broome County B a n k , Binghamton, N . Y .
First National Bank, San Bernardino, Cal
Dover National B a n k , Dover, N . H
Browne National Bank, Spokane, Wash
First National Bank, Anacortes, Wash
Holdredge National Bank, Holdredge, Nebr
National B a n k of Kansas City, Mo
First National Bank, Texarkana, Tex
First National Bank, Ravenna, Nebr
City National Bank, Fort Worth, Tex
First National Bank, Dublin, Tex
First National B a n k , Ocala, Fla
First National B a n k , Willimantic, Conn
First National B a n k , Port Angeles, Wash.*
First National Bank, Ida Grove, I o w a 3
First National Bank, Pella, Iowa
1

Restored


Capital
stock.

to solvency.

100,000
50,000
50,000
150,000
200,000
100,000
100,020
50,000
75,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
75,000
1,000,000
50,000
50,000
300,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
150,000
50,000

2 Second failure.

Nov. 10,1894
Nov. 13,1894
Dec 12,1894
Dec 13,1894
Dec. 14,1894
Dec. 15.1894
Jan.
2,1895
Jan. 11,1895
Jan. 14.1895
Jan. 19,1895
Jan. 28,1895
Jan. 29,1895
Feb.
7,1895
Feb. 8,1895
Mar. 6,1895
Mar. 15,1895
Mar. 18,1895
Apr. 1,1895
Apr. 10,1895
do
Apr. 22,1895
do
Apr. 23,1895
Apr. 26,1895
J u n e 4,1895
June 5,1895

173

REPORT OF THE COMPTEOLLEB OF THE CURRENCY.

and closing, since the organization of the national banking system, with amounts of nominal
from all sources, etc.—Continued.
Nominal assets at date of
suspension.

Loss on
assets compounded or
sold under
order of
court.

Estimated
good.

Estimated
doubtful.

Estimated
worthless.

Additional
assets
received
since date
of suspension.

$355,824
31,582
52,159
78,892
226,267
48,562
37,602

$88,038
36,726
163,047
118,193
256,229
178,182
44,630

$53,470
40,169
120,428
22,566
26,402
6,840
1,896

$78,996
2,100
26,204
6,650
51,562
19,426
8,120

$576,328
110,577
361,838
226,301
560,460
253,010
92,248

$27,323
8,315
14,480
10,446
14,021
7,768
8,293

$191,367
73,319
189,441
168,113
30,330
153,524
41,710

58,500
57,065
55,146
144,470
150,177
68,315
38,588
13,037

47,012
41,902
105,596
326,170
181,527
99,690
33,835
60,828

1,814
5,331
57,375
9,713
62,275
26,227
5,278
33,545

41,267
17,108
380,546
59,688
36,507
19,090
12,656
6,679

148,593
121,406
598,663
540,041
430,486
213,322
90,357
114,089

37,567
2,078
3,312
43,808
5,048
2,067
3,638
609

9,697
96,531
172,365
20,125

83,387
76,220
234,080
67,229

14,593
372
336,900
11,622

3,237
25,292
239,501
4,950

110,914
198,415
982,846
103,926

580
8,520
30,484
3,026

90,542
63,169
663,763
54,231

10,216,192

10,164,830

7,217,412

3,536,660

31,13a, 094

1,983,162

14,922,267

63,368
71,327
329,168
78,618
17,928
80,940
82,399
11,339
63,247
182,635
27,870
54,090
855,897
25,488
58,870
61,174
10,193
69,771
14,321
41,420
19,507

93,028
489,454
167,989
134,190
33,376
281,334
58,602
77,651
78,569
89,971
118,615
215,971
378,110
27,611
62,661
43,463
64,624
438,411
74,062
217,681
245,317

79,178
1,982
10,318
94,194
21,246
180,944
51,138
21,677
251,712
374,407
46,039
63,167
261,865
66,450
41,612
61,824
1,996
75,471
66,583
26,240
48,106

32,136
69,116
22,460
62,674
1,938
61,691
10,500
6,473
14,088
124,137
17,419
19,578
159,425
10,378
19,403
23,400
21,174
171,575
10,671
22,981
28,781

267,710
631,879
529,935
369,676
74,488
604,909
202,639
117,140
407,616
771,150
209,943
352,806
1,655,297
129,927
182,546
189,861
97,987
755,228
165,637
308,322
341,711

23,198
7,900
16,566
25,787
1,812
15,413
2,452
34,165
63,077
12,959
16,552
32,339
9,909
15,168
16,528
1,797
131,196
7,554
9,744
10,244

193,649
350,410
348,137
160,435
60,548
462,588
106,537
91,751
58,627
441,374
100,819
245,139
993,491
86,518
103,046
94,243
324,187
131,128
154,176
253,632

2,219,570

3,390,690

1,846,149

909,998

8,366,407.

454,360

4,760,435

18,886
17,562
7,265
63,963
50,006
73.172
316J229
39,777
54,544
6,217
248,967
61,279
112,052
39,248
10,934
11,396
427,982
17,836
26,224
264,516
9,545
191,775
132,643
1,301

176,201
70,589
90,709
170,192
300,705
89,269
117,870
101,319
114,488
2,540
171,033
208,054
65,170
122,829
45,637
80,115
1,029,928
9,154
46,205
267,362
28,203
145,036
149,279
37,990

39,735
61,803
31,777
212,158
68,380
58,162
141,196
23,514
14,922
47,268
172,598
61,242
10,586
20,590
12,332
49,985
600,608
61,216
10,544
401,422
25,720
100,207
115,137
18,581

194,619
101.837
99,587
202,363
402.996
147\547
166,354
58,676
92,922
49,952
238,617
213,907
8,122
25,421
49,967
123,319
1,174,285
60,219
53,686
432,521
44,845
250,676
195,714
60,640

7,774

28,074

252,260
152,253
146,697
496,149
553,185
227,803
618,677
195,275
204,456
59,067
637,996
392,498
242,636
203,100
72,852
143,349
2,449,033
91,311
93,858
1,112,131
76,657
449,974
581,240
73,679
6,007
86,083

3,666
3,429
19,608
42,896
11.480
47393
37,308
8,072
6,111
189
78,977
6,943
6,596
2,348
496
4
70,409
1,809
416
101,730
2,076
43,082
44,474
2,873

23,290

17,438
2,299
16,946
49,836
128,094
7,200
43,382
30,665
20,502
3,042
45,398
61,923
54,828
20,433
3,949
1,853
390,515
3,105
10,885
178,831
13,189
12,956
184,181
15,807
6,007
26,945

9,494

23,237

Nominal
value of
assets returned to
stockholders.

59,644
54,198
531,155
266,398
271,937
107,834
49,168
96,652




Total
assets.

Offsets
allowed
and
settled.

3 Formerly in v o l u n t a r y liquidation.

$175,335

224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246

1,130,196

212,295

69,031

247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
9^S
259
260
261
262
263
264
265
266
267

281,326

?m

115,566

?ffl
270
271
272
273
274
275
276
277
278
279
?R0
281
282
283
284
285
286
287
*>R8

?m
290
291
292
293

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TABLE NO. 38.—Insolvent national banks, dates of organization, appointment ofreceiver,
and additional assets, amounts collected
Nominal
value of
remaining
assets.

9.9A
225
?,?,6
227
228
229
230
231
232
?33
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246

25,985

89,509

263
9M
265

?m
267

115,494
2,550

?m

270
271
9,79,
273
274
275
276
277
278
279
280
281
283
?84
285
286
287
288
289
290
291
292
293

Total
collections
from all
sources.

Loans paid
and other Dividends
disbursepaid.
ments.

Legal

expenses.

Receiver's
salary and
other
expenses.

129,129
4,582

3,108

208,240
2,000
50

$357,638
28,943
157,866
47,742
340,774
91,718
35,369

$24,503
15,162
10,284
42,563
51,451
13,174
2,350

$382,14'i

$89,991
12,994
38,487
22,808
58,745
41,432
10,774

$269,386
13,969
106,902
49,211
275,124
50,618
15,037

$4,48i

44,105
168,150
90,305
392,225
104,892
37,719

4,511
7,208
4,244
23,566
3,923
3,075

$18,283
7,626
15,478
14,042
26, 735
8,919
8,833

9,472
414
76,253
18,171
33,500
16,358
2,764
2,027

60,854
65,544
140,449
248,006
187,001
119,779
40,315
18,855

33,452
16,586
14,060
92,077
20,047
48,617
6,113
4,674

9,350
32,935
91,566
129,550
139,301
56,651
19,547
6,008

5,868
4,562
17,679
4,425
9,272
4,439
1,676
2,112

12,184
11,461
17,144
21,954
18,381
10,072
12,979
6,061

19,792
126,726
288,599
46,669

6,876

?m

268

Collected
from
assessment
upon
shareholders.

51,382
65,130
64,198
229,835
153,501
103,421
37,551
16,828

$51

179,127
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
260
261

Collected
from
assets.

26,134
25
149,668
10,622

45,926
126,751
438,267
57,291

8,504
30,807
171,450
5,910

25,468
82,625
219,836
42,387

5,650
3,242
14,641
1,383

6,304
10,077
32,340
7,611

12,920,342

2,594,237

15,514,579

3,938,406

9,778,449

626,805

999,229

50,863
247,584
165,232
183,454
12,128
142,321
80,689
22,937
102,529
266, 699
96,165
91,115
639,958
33,500
64,332
79,090
27,159
299,845
26,955
144,402
77,835

21,801
3,080
18,851
16,077
8,275
163,559
23,000
13,423
59,295
92,384

47,513
13,684
59,963
55,162

72,664
250,664
184,083
199,531
20,403
305,880
103,689
36,360
161,824
359,083
96,165
136,396
631,411
47,853
76,973
;
84,953
27,159
347,358
40,639
204,365
132,997

26,498
58,908
14,413
61,089
868
54,429
12,699
9,881
49,318
242,230
31,343
48,834
321,552
16,679
44,977
20,508
21,353
200,422
6,327
61,458
59,863

23,938
136,275
126,429
106,827
12,938
235,178
68,437
15,665
87,347
43,868
54,355
67,904
219,388
15,800
21,919
51,118
2,233
110,299
20,934
110,207
50,868

7,190
25,306
15,805
12,070
804
6,819
10,347
2,573
8,345
37,490
2,869
6,337
33,312
4,485
3,082
2,107
16
11,095
4,729
9,274
6,534

13,133
30,175
27,436
19,545
5,793
9,454
12,206
8,241
16,314
35,495
7,598
13,321
57,159
9,458
6,995
11,220
2,004
25,542
8,649
23,426
15,732

2,754,792

765,658

3,520,450

1,363,649

1,581,927

210,589

358,896

51,425
46,987
27,502
121,761
138,709
75,863
410,433
128,527
105,423
8,926
317,294
171,648
227,918'
59,765
22,389
20,026
1,204,339
29,283
39,756
369,640
29,736
156,216
339,052
10,166
6,007
53,302

13,188
13,054
11,857
13,209
19,950
22,349
67,531
16,157
30,814
547
24,750
18,142

64,613
60,041
39,359
134,970
158,659
98,212
477,964
144,684
136,237
9,473
342,044
189,790
227,918
59,765
23, 609
24,674
1,400,874
49, 436
46,930
428,658
29,736
166,480
371,794
20,041
6,007
66,027

21,670
14,335
16,683
95,832
96,421
23,491
25,846
50,462
37,280
678
50,475
52,684
3,545
33,927
10,607
14,405
366,499
3,653
20,239
160.470
11', 668
58,579
94,307
15,496
4,826
5,499

6,500
5,586
3,488
5,231
6,629
7,672
10,964
5,014
6,107
3,477
22,702
9,712
2,673
497
1,157
2,762
34,085
3,026
2,983
24,764
1,389
13,871
28,100
198
210
6,513

12,858
8,713
9,743
13,180
17,418
10,245
22,838
11,949
14,443
3,496
47,506
20,515
10,014
16,424
5,445
7,507
52,835
5,508
9,233
30,989
3,712
15,504
26,504
2,229
971
9,249




45,281
91,453
14,353
12,641
5,863

i,220
4,648
196,535
20,153
7,174
59,018

i6,"264*
32,742
9,875
12,725

20,929*
31,407
9,445
20,727
38,191
56,804
418,316
77,259
75,652
1,822
221,361
106,879
172,686
8,711
6,400
947,455
37,249
11,603
212,435
4,617
78,526
222,883
2,118
39,969

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and closing•, since the organization of the national banking system, with amounts of nominal
from all sources, etc.—Continued.

Balance in
hands of
comptroller
or receiver.

Amount
returned to
shareholders
in cash.

Amount of
assessment
upon shareholders.

Amount
of claims
proved.

Dividends
(per cent).

Interest
dividends
(percent).

57.47

8,055

98

171,592

1,905

500

1,431

253,267
32,220
189,822
93,853
254,324
96,538
22, Oil

100.00
40.00
55.00
52.70
100.00
52.00
65.00

43, 782
42,396
113, 762
175,360
250,993
117,242
18,652
8.414

45.00
78. 73
84.50
76.00
55.50
51.60
100.00
72.00

50,000
16,000
250,000
18,000

$75

$33,000
42,000
75,000
100,000
77,000
50,000
14,500
22,500
9,000
100,000
81,000
100,000
50,000
5,500
6,000

$5,005

48,602
98, 775
419,341
46,707

5,389,500
94,000
250,000
100,000
60,000
15,000
300,000
50,000
28,500
90,000
250,000
100,000
200,000
52,500
50,000
22,000

1,553
142,500
48,200
85,000
144,000
1,9

3, 484

2,656

2,081,700

82,000
50,000
50,000
150,000
164,000
100,000
100,020
40,000
60,000
7,500
100,000
93,000

2,872

95,751
309,716
252,860
208, 477
16,128
364,448
180,021
30,319
81,921
260,192
52, 742
183,608
932,972
44,970
97, 748
64,735
19,530
181,810
50,571
184,131
148,435

44.00
50.00
55.50
100.00
64.53
37.90
51.80
100.00
18.00
100.00
37.05
24.40
35.00
23.00
78.00
100.00

100.00
41.50
77.10
36.70

56,666

61,853

64.62

"8,"350"

4,797




100.00
100.00

100.00
36.09

Feb.
Dec.
Apr.
Dec.
Mar.
Jan.
May
July
June
Oct.
June
Oct.
Mar.
Apr.
Oct.
Sept.
Feb.
Oct.
Apr.
Jan.

12.1900
31,1897
30,1910
14,1897
31.1903
24.1901
1,1899
24,1897
30,1909
28.1897
27.1898
23,1905
13.1899
27,1898
26.1897
17,1895
28.1898
15.1902
27.1904
22,1902

Feb.
Oct.
July
Aug.
June
June
Sept.
May
Oct.
Sept.
Sept.
June
July
May
Dec.
July
Dec.
Jan.
Sept.
Aug.
June
Oct.
Sept,
Apr.
Sept.

20.1899
30,1897
12.1900
9,1900
18,1899
20,1899
18.1897
1,1900
19.1903
30,1905
30.1904
30,1902
21.1902
15,1899
31.1898
1,1908
18.1896
28.1901
28.1903
15.1898
30.1899
1,1906
28.1897
21,1896
30.1904

3, 761,085

100.00
100.00
45.50
42.90
100.00
28.25
70.00
32.00

4,000
75,000
230,000
30,000
20,000
300,000

Dec. 4,
May 22,
Feb. 27, 1899
Sept, 30, 1907
Oct. 3, 1903
Apr. 30, 1898
Apr. 30, 1897
Sept. 30, 1902
May 21, 1894
Nov. 17, 1893
Oct. 28, 1897
do
May 25, 1901
Sept. 30, 1904
Jan. 22, 1896
Sept, 30, 1898
Apr. 7, 1899
Dec. 6, 1897
Apr. 26, 1894
Oct. 28, 1897
June 9, 1902
Dec. 27, 1900
Oct. 5, 1897

14,434,105

101,820
87,848
54,594
262,658
199,766
136,485
474,828
77,786
93,996
7,288
455,055
168, 796
164,488
8,711
16,874
60,343
872,378
36,429
30,038
491,071
5, 936
267,930
295, 254
6,401

39,000
206

19.35

52.05
87.50
57.50
90.167

50,000
100,000
12,500

2,755

100.00

Finally
closed.

21.00
36.10
17.30
10.00
21.00
41.80
87.40
100.00
81.90
25.00
51.80
65.81
100. 00
100.00
55.00

77.02

100.00

78.54
39.50
100.00

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TABLE NO. 38.—Insolvent national hanks, dates of organization, appointment of receiver,
and additional assets, amounts collected

Name and location of bank.

Merchants National Bank, Seattle, Wash
Union National Bank, Denver, Colo
Superior National Bank, West Superior, Wis..
Puget Sound National Bank, Everett, Wash..
Keystone National Bank, West Superior, Wis.
First National Bank, South Bend, Wash
State National Bank, Denver, Colo.1 2
Kearney National Bank, Kearney, Nebr
First National Bank, Wellington, Kans
Columbia National Bank, Tacoma, Wash

Capital
stock.

June
July
Jan.
Sept.
Aug.
Nov.
May
June
Feb.
Sept.

23,1883
30,1890
13,1892
23,1892
16,1890
15,1890
16.1882
5,1884
13.1883
2,1891

$200,000 June 19,1895
500,000 Aug. 2,1895
135,000 Aug. 6,1895
50,000 Aug. 7,1895
200, 000 Aug. 15,1895
50,000 Aug. 17,1895
300, 000 Aug. 24,1895
100, 000 Sept. 19,1895
50, 000 Oct. 25,1895
350, 000 Oct. 30,1895

Mar.
Feb.
Jan.
Oct.
July
Apr.
Nov.
Feb.
Mar.
Jan.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Feb.
Nov.
Apr.
Dec.

16,1886
7,1889
22,1866
16,1886
8.1865
29.1865
1,1887
6,1886
13,1890
28,1871
10,1888
1,1891
14.1888
7.1865
13.1889
13,1S89
30,1878
27.1882
5,1891
9,1881
11,1889
5.1866
4,1889
26.1883
28.1884
7,1884
2,1890

5,235,020

Total.
First National Bank, Orlando, Fla.3
?
Bellingham Bay National Bank, New Whatcom, Wash
Chattahoochee National Bank, Columbus, Ga
German National Bank, Lincoln, Nebr
Fort Stanwix National Bank, Rome, N. Y
Farmers National Bank, Portsmouth, Ohio
,
Hnmboldt First National Bank, Humboldt, Kans
Grand Forks National Bank, Grand Forks, N. Dak
First National Bank, Bedford City, Va
•
National Bank of Jefferson, Tex
Sumner National Bank, Wellington, Kans
First National Bank, Cheney, Wash
Kittitas Valley National Bank, Ellensburg, Wash
,
First National Bank, Hillsboro, Ohio
American National Bank, Denver, Colo.4
First National Bank, Minot, N. Dak
Yates County National Bank, Penn Yan, N. Y
First National Bank, Lamed, Kans
Citizens National Bank, San Angelo, Tex
Sioux National Bank, Sioux City, Iowa
American National Bank, New Orleans, La
First National Bank, Helena, Mont
Bennett National Bank, New Whatcom, Wash
First National Bank, Springville, N. Y.'.
First National Bank, Mount Pleasant, Mich
First National Bank, Ithaca, Mich
City National Bank, Tyler, Tex
Total.

Receiver
appointed.

Date of
organization.

June
Feb.
Apr.
Dec.
Feb.
June
July
July

85,000
60, 000
100,000
100, 000
150, 000
250, 000
60,000
200, 000
50.000
100,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
100, 000
500, 000
50,000
50, 000
50, 000
100,000
300.000
200,000
800, 000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
100,000

Nov. 29,1895
Dec. 5,1895
Dec. 7,1895
Dec. 19,1895
Feb. 8,1896
do
Feb. 15,1896
Apr. 28,1896
May 2,1896
June 24,1896
June 26,1896
June 27,1896
July 18,1896
July 22,1896
July 25,1896
Aug. 12,1896
Aug. 17,1896
Aug. 26,1896
Sept. 9,1896
do
Sept. 10,1896
Sept. 11,1896
Sept. 19,1896
Oct. 3,1896
Oct. 7,1896
Oct. 14,1896
Oct. 17,1896

3,805,000

First National Bank, Garnett, Kans
50,000 Nov. 9,1896
June 11,1883
First National Bank, Eddy, N. Mex
50,000 Nov. 10,1896
Oct. 31,1890
do
Second National Bank, Rockford, 111
200, 000
July 13,1864
Marine National Bank, Duluth, Minn
Sept. 23.1890
200, 000 Nov. 11,1896
First National Bank, Decorah, Iowa
Aug. 6.1864
75,000 Nov. 24,1896
Missouri National Bank, Kansas City, Mo
Dec. 30.1890
250,000 Dec. 3,1896
First National Bank, East Saginaw, Mich
Dec. 20.1864
100,000 Dec. 10,1896
First National Bank, Tyler, Tex
Mar. 21,1887
200,000 Dec. 17,1896
First National Bank, Niagara Falls, N. Y
Apr. 18,1893
100,000 Dec. 18,1896
National Bank of Illinois, Chicago, 111
Aug. 29,1871
1, 000, 000 Dec. 21,1896
Big Rapids National Bank, Big Rapids, Mich. 1 ...
May 9,1883
100,000 Dec. 31,1896
Second National Bank, Grand Forks, 4N. Dak
May 17.1886
50,000 Jan. 7,1897
do
First National Bank, Sioux City, Iowa
Dec. 28.1870
100, 000
do
Citizens National Bank, Fargo, N. Dak
Dec. 4,1886
100,000
Merchants National Bank, Devils Lake, N. Dak..
May 24.1887
50, 000 Jan. 11,1897
Oct. 28.1886
First National Bank, Alma, Nebr
50,000 Jan. 12,1897
Columbia National Bank, Minneapolis, Minn
May 13,1892
200,000 Jan. 14,1897
Dakota National Bank, Sioux Falls, S. Dak
Dec. 19.1882
50,000 Jan. 20,1897
First National Bank, Newport, Ky
200,000 Jan. 21,1897
June 13,1875
251,500 Jan. 22,1897
German National Bank, Louisville, Ky
Nov. 5.1872
Mutual National Bank, New Orleans, La
Nov. 10.1871
200,000 Jan. 27,1897
Nov. 21.1887
Merchants National Bank, Ocala, Fla
100,000 Feb. 3,1897
75,000 Feb. 4,1897
Moscow National Bank, Moscow, Idaho
June 17.1891
First National Bank, Olympia, Wash
Aug. 11.1883
100,000 Feb. 17,1897
do
First National Bank, Franklin, Ohio
Jan. 23.1865
50,000
do
First National Bank, Griswold, Iowa
Sept. 15,1883
50,000
Mar. 7.1865
National Bank of Potsdam, N. Y
200, 000 Mar. 2,1897
Northwestern National Bank, Great Falls, Mont..
May 14,1880
250,000 Mar. 6,1897
Merchants National Bank, Jacksonville, Fla
June 2,1890
100, 000 Mar. 17,1897
Union National Bank, Minneapolis, Minn
Oct. 12,1882
500, 000 Mar. 20,1897
The Dalles National Bank, The Dalles, Oreg
July 16,1886
50,000 May 7,1897
City National Bank, Gatesville, Tex
Apr. 23,1S92
50,000 May 29,1897
Merchants National Bank, Helena, Mont
June 14,1882
350; 000 June 2,1897
2
1

Restored to solvency for voluntary liquidation.
Formerly in voluntary liquidation.



177

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

and closing, since the organization of the national banking system, with amounts of nominal
from all sources, etc.—Continued.
Nominal assets at date of
suspension.

Additional
assets
received
since date
Estimated Estimated Estimated of suspension.
good.
doubtful. worthless.

Offsets
allowed
and
settled.

Total
assets.

Loss on Nominal
assets com- value of
pounded or assets resold under turned to
stockorder of
holders.
court.

$173,689
523,057
59,799
6,962
150,291
6,837

$313,874
816,389
44,130
24,639
61,998
69,338

$54,131
178,049
128,975
75,175
225,654
24,022

$192,38C
991,223
16,173
50,689
36,722
25,522

$734,074
2,508,718
249,077
157.465
474', 665
125,719

$24,594
594,875
1,227
7,312
34,212
1,458

$419,974
880,654
129,594
515
332,768
82,388

35,603
13,078
7., 857

194,297
67,288
231,673

35,131
46,248
322, 772

28,299
20,090
48,938

293,330
146,704
611,240

17,401
604
26,732

206,875
93,111
507.327

3,203, 782

5,477,277

3,477,914

2,760.245

14,919,218

1,217,294

7,125,235

74,579
24,942
107,360
22,438
320,685
110,639
17,852
130,796
24,516
84,267
15,130
15,932
9,197
261,906

100,801
138.931
57,812
135,894
140,493
505,367
62,428
318,580
83.920
156,697
55,734
56,940
47,826
41,295

49,838
36,611
162,437
23.861
494,443
111,445
36,614
128,069
92,812
54,323
84.808
2,463
48.138
74'? 835

28,671
14.492
33'. 964
54,011
47,526
25,580
15,192
116,808
94,040
49,408
21,636
8,368
32,616
15, 710

253,889
214,976
361,573
236,204
1,003,117
753,031
132,086
694,253
295', 288
344,695
177,308
83,703
137,777
393,746

72,105
1,521
7,944
2,807
32,560
15,713
2,331
8,320
1,605
3,112
3,405
79
915
79,193

126,912
146,461
223.827
176,110
192, 670
298.347
79,143
336.172
266,536
202,949
98,867
62.161
44,436
157,827

22,594
58,065
36,712
15,982
231,104
263,997
2,064,048
26,090
21,210
25,450
62.494
48,978

66,618
52.842
56,673
48,428
383,813
68,900
1,639,425
90,725
195,413
83,203
39,999
163,403

37,632
104.475
12,781
100,613
278,638
602,408
463,799
24,162
54,112
10.567
34^ 176
63,255

8.281
6,893
60,879
10,900
315,190
40, 720
1,021,193
26,505
20,318
16,455
26,725
14,914

135,125
222,275
167,045
175,923
1,208,745
976,025
5,188,465
167, 482
291,053
135,675
163,394
290,550

2,040
9,280
10,334
10,178
17,073
31,881
634,228
4,830
10,324
4,536
20,731
3,117

90,803
141,167
1,434
105'. 728
395,927
645.774
3,239,458
67,326
203,666
61,043
50,0n9
188,559

4,096,963

4, 792,160

3.187,315

2,126,995

It", 203,433

988,162

7,603,368

114,048

38,719
41,160
168,784
50,552
63,259
541,307
231,479
44.287
95,791
7,636,207
1,065
76,049

85,796
57,295
208,257
267,451
134,526
765,013
128,063
182,330
135,119
1,490,358
30,693
106,004

7,624
17,090
246,955
103,573
131,758
208,361
223,650
470,037
40,713
4, 778,553
23,490
7.370

3,783
19,170
100,754
112,689
42,422
121,291
26.145
77', 256
19,913
7.963,143
38,014
29,138

135,922
134,715
724, 750
534,265
371,965
1,635,972
609,337
773,910
291,536
21,868,261
93,262
218,561

27,694
4,093
17,569
30.817
3o'; 682
162,553
44,279
37,241
14,980
1.340, 736
63
4,680

51,458
57,267
328,597
369,828
187 525
634,734
231,393
417,475
150
7.132,812
72,308
76,107

80,160
48,522
1,681
150,763
42,510
204,993
233,745
162,646
32,877
14; 878
77,572
23,792
7,576
152,125
422,388
153,080
16,217
54,801
11,102
615,922

308,641
42,074
71,923
202,616
157,962
344,896
306,123
269,016
93,336
95,440
127,122
98,255
64,514
455,334
329,075'
139,608
507,068
144,445
47,988
755,503

76,712
7,296
07,503
85,057
98,495
264,025
92,185
65,848
120,875
95,325
18,807
4,985
39,474
29,745
217,675
53,805
253,916
21,644
30.198
287,311

285,461
7,327
1.478
48,106
' 46,514
368,827
52,953
19,650
7,407
51,068
56,419
8,110
16,771
121,811
361,579
11,014
64,929
37,867
2,955
97.615

750,974
105,219
142,585
486,542
345,481
1,182,741
685,006
517,160
254,495
256,711
279,950
135,142
128,335
759,015
1,330,717
357,507
842,130
258,757
92.243
1,760', 351

12,547
47,204
' 157
37,134
22,235'
218,954
51,799
14,363
7,758
5; 913
8,256
4,368
5,395
13,366
56,444
5.245
167
9,364
7,065
151,469

302,025
5,605
133,38S
210.812
160', 333
481,822
322,297
246,055
189,441
165,361
125,845
59,166
75,008
336,744
7,050
154,368
570,761
24,193
13,134
794,454

331
332
333
334
335
336
337
338
134,002 339
340
i 341
342
343
344
41,940 345
346
347
348
349
350
351
352
353
354
355
356
357
247,012 358
359
360
361
47,564
29, 850 362
363

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Restored to solvency.

$97,653

294
295
296
297
298
299
300
301
302
303

213,219

114,048

304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
316
317
318
319
320
321
322
323
324
325
326
327
328
329
330

178

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OE THE CURRENCY.

TABLE NO. 38.—Insolvent national hauls, dates of organization, appointment of receiver,
and additional assets, amounts collected
Nominal
value of
reisaining
assets.

294
295
296
297
W8

353,659

25,022
283,052
271,547

12,363
2,915

9

594,908
331
332
333
334
335
336
337
338
339
340
341
342
343
344
345
346
347
348
349
350
351
352
353
354
355
356
357
358
359
360
361
362
363

Collected
from
assessment
upon
shareholders.

Total
collections
from all
sources.

Loans paid
and other Dividends
disbursepaid.
ments.

Legal
expenses.

Receiver's
salary and
other
expenses.

16,141

1,041
14,442
12,765
1,000

12,500
31,671
11,440

$361,686
1,390,857
118,256
64,485
139,356
53,313

$206,4S4
448,620
8,673
4,247
33,376
20,499

$115,464
730,557
100,285
52,815
89,052
17,255

$11,114
42,624
2,783
2,8«6
4,127
5,572

$28,624
51,640
6,515
4,289
12,801
9,987

69,054
52,989
77,181

$4,000

300
301
302
303

304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
316
317
318
319
320
321
322
323
324
325
326
327
328
329
330

Collected
from
assets.

12,927
26,500
143,168

8i,98i
79,489
220,349

4:6,523
20,212
41,520

24,994
37,872
127,154

2,899
5,445
31,541

7,565
10,824
20,131

6,009,811

1,277,956

7,287,767

2,119,731

4,118,892

324,281

541,407

54,872
66,994
129,802
32,265
494,859
167,424
50,612
349,761
27,147
138,634
77,036
21,463
80,063
156,726

20,342
12,946
61,390
3,655
124,591
124,637
17,682
40,362
28,866
53,178
17,888
4,780
30,090
80,535

75,214
79,940
191,192
35,920
619,450
292,061
68,294
390,123
56,013
191,812
94,924
26,243
110,153
237,261

35,013
30,869
81,579
11,503
131,160
10,016
14,982
172,863
18,660
14,035
21,902
9,285
69,782
12,551

25,401
36,259
88,471
15,544
432,630
231,093
33,819
169,945
30,148
160,122
49,225
11,851
26,488
182,207

6,539
3,096
6,073
2,658
20,591
16,561
4,400
21,712
828
7,406
4,772
173
7,278
8,346

8,261
9,716
15,069
6,215
35,069
39,203
6,081
25,603
6/377
10,249
8,424
4,934
6,605
21,056

39,367
71,828
41,229
60,017
795,745
298,370
1,314,779
95,326
77,063
70,087
92,604
98,874

10,106
19,078

25,157

49,473
90,906
41,229
64,389
947,925
367,044
1,686,320
106,670
85,891
74,960
92,604
124,031

19,052
32,463
8,342
12,368
752,500
185,420
573,400
49,821
8,346
15,723
8,935
52,715

19,452
39,116
25,023
37,642
114,035
128,235
1,022,614
42,811
54,967
42,283
67,435
52,420

2,325
4,421
2,840
3,316
13,879
21,500
25,588
2,547
7,954
5,349
3,483
4,397

8,644
14,905
3,582
8,953
20,636
31,889
62,. 646
9,973
14,624
11,605
12,751
14,499

1,297,095

6,200,042

2,353,285

3,139,236

208,032

408,570

81',328
55,134
16,200
173,518
68,667
34,830
5,285
838,508

56,770
89,555
459,912
188,754
148,817
1,012,203
402,332
354,024
147,083
14,233,221
20,831
166,810

8,856
25,513
14*9,866
18,805
13,165
204,802
63,488
154,510
58,254
1,989,289
125
33,332

41,505
51,213
273,222
131,995
104,551
744,114
289,710
171,946
72,232
11,932,745
9,817
116,693

1,797
2,757
5,697
6,678
10,410
26,263
3,651
10,633
4,364
158,622
3,854
4,346

4,612
10,072
18,969
22,972
20,691
37,024
18,243
16,935
9,055
152,565
7,035
12,139

505,520
10,470
13,342
280,947
206,287
481,965
430,405
282,286
83,879
90,824
156,982
91,302
83,502
468,067
1,020,211
234,951
442,071
177,636
42,194
960,178

279,405
1,397
3,277
46,345
22,407
113,231
59,775
154,058
32,639
31,455
41,646
18,558
15,227
118,510
260,546
101,099
8,966
14,768
20,211
270,181

194,559
7,074
1,983
190,620
164,898
321,412
310,388
103,472
38,215
37,491
96,611
53,221
44,866
308,281
723,098
108,103
276,330
148,313
13,335
636,142

10,162
195
1,795
3,724
5,616
15,795
23,918
3,424
4,173
5,630
2,985
6,450
5,201
11,834
10,873
7,270
9,662
2,337
2,192
11,130

21,394
1,804
6,287
15, 795
13,366
31,527
26,737
16,335
8,852
16,248
8,917
13,073
10,998
26,466
23,487
18,479
14,787
11,874
5,132
42,585

$289,506
1,029,189
118,256
51,985
107,685
41,873

$72,180
361,668

4,902,947
56,770
73,355
378,584
133,620
132,617
838,685
333,665
319,194
141,798
13,394,713
20,831
137,714
435,802
10,470
9,040
238,596
162,913
481,965
310,910
255,701
57,296
70,995
145,849
58,843
46,932
408,905
1,020,211
197,894
271,202
177,636
42,194
814,428 i




4,372
152,180
68,674
371,541
11,344
8,828
4,873

29,096
69,718
4,302
42,351
43,374
119,495
26,585
26,583
19,829
11,133
32,459
36,570
59,162
37," 057*
170,869
145,750

179

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

and closing, since the organization of the national banking system, with amounts of nominal
from all sources, etc.-—-Continued.
•
Balance in
hands of
comptroller
or receiver.

Amount
returned to
shareholders
in cash.

A m o u n t of
assessment
upon shareholders.

$117,416

$150,000
500,000

Amount
of claims
proved.

Dividends
(per cent).

50.000
166,000
50,000

$240,599
668,236
92,598
52,062
183,021
52,494

52.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
49.20
35.00

5,136

100,000
50,000
213,500

110,801
50,431
189,866

22.40
75.10
75.20

180,800

3,147,520

:.;
4,188
9,012
*
10,601
13,101
:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

;

50,150
60,000
100,000
55,000
150,000
235,000
30,000
200,000
50,000
78 750
56,000
11,500
50,000
100,000

36,287
93,223
147,097
81,830
598,805
303,898
47,686
353,961
118,995
167,778
61,378
22,511 '
73,312
182,207

26.05
100.00
100.00

70.00
39.00
60.10
19 00
72.25
76. 25
70.61
52.15
25.50
96.90
80 20
58.00
43. 70
100.00

•

56,666

166, ooo

72 309
141,571
38, 709
43,524
146,199
599,707
2,874,913
62,624
176,171
49,053
62,044
168,471

2,773,400

2,072
1,518

2,245

88,674

12,158
8,304
27,^40
3,178

20,000
225,000
200,000
800,000
35,000
50,000
17,000

18,000
110,000
156,000
75,000
250,000
100 000
200,000
14,000
1,000,000
50,000
100 000

24,463
1
9,587 i
4,997
6,823
7,210
2,976
2,207
132,326
344
1,324

i46




50,000
120,000
50,000
145,870
70.000
100 000
75,000
44,000
50,000
50,000
140,000

166,666
250,000
350,000

j
!
i
i
j
i
1

41,505
51,215
290,771
197,136
224 862 i
1,005,594
294, 788
307,692
95,143
11,585,189
19,086 !
135,612
266,837
6,834
53,582
188,470
203 054
367,356
292,497
124, 763
149,375
96,443
103,512
72 166
58,906
343,372
660,109
157 752
282, 242
134,021
12,262
961,666

9fi 66
27.70
100.00
91.00
78.00
23.10
39.00
82.30
31.20
86.20
inn m
32.75

Aug.
Sept.
Feb.
Aug.
Aug.
July
Feb.
Apr.
June
Aug.

19,1901
30,1902
26,1897
3,1896
31,1899
18,1905
1,1896
25,1898
18,1900
28,1900

299
300
301
302
303

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

10,1910
25,1901
30,1903
22,1899
15,1906
29,1911
20,1899
31,1903
15,1899
30,1901
21,1900
21,1899
9,1900
27,1907
7,1897
30,1899
12,1901
28,1899
2,1899
24,1902
12,1902
17,1908
24,1902
27,1905
20,1903
21,1901
30,1905

304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
316
317
318
319
320
321
322
323
324
325
326
327
328
329
330

Mar.
Oct.
Mav
Apr.
Oct.
June
Aug.
Sept.
May
Sept.
Apr.
Dec.
Mar.
June
Aug.
May
Jan.
Sept.
Sept.
June
July
Sept.
Sept.
Oct.
Oct.
Sept.
Oct.
July
May
May
May
Mar
June

29,1898
9,1899
6,1901
16,1900
1,1903
23,1902
15,1899
30,1905
16,1898
30,1906
30,1901
1,1900
16,1897
15,1903
7,1897
20,1901
22,1900
5,1900
30,1909
5,1905
9,1900
30,1901
30,1903
24,1900
1,1906
30,1903
24,1902
5,1900
31,1901
23,1901
15,1903
?4 18QQ
17,1903

331
332
333
334
335
336
337
338
339
340
341
342
343
344
345
346
347
348
349
3.50
351
352
353
354
355
356
357
358
359
360
361
362
363

294
295
297

6, 724,263

50,000
1,442
2,110
46,702

173

Finally
closed.

6,078,734

268

$2,656

Interest
dividends
(per cent).

100.00
100.00
98.40
fifi 50
4fi fin
74 00
100.00
58.50
100.00
inn nn
51.20
97.50
71.20
100.00
3.70
100 00
88 40
87.50
100.00
82.80
23. 80
39.40
97 15
fcn
on
82.00
90. 90
100.00
71.40
95.77
100.00
100.00
66.00

100.00

100. 00

100.00
16.30

100.00

48.02

100.00
100.00
100 00

180

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

TABLE NO. 38.—Insolvent national banks, dates of organization, Appointment of receiver,
and additional assets, amounts collected

Date of
organization.

Name and location of bank.

364
365
366
367
368

First National Bank, Orleans, Nebr
May 19,1885
Keystone National Bank, Erie, Pa
.*...•
Oct. 19,1864
Merchants and Miners Nat'l Bank, Phillipsburg, Mont... Feb. 1,1893
First National Bank, Asheville, N. C
:
Dec. 4,1885
First National Bank, Benton Harbor, Mich.
Mar. 15,1890

369
370
371
372
373
374
375

Sault Ste. Marie National Bank, Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. First National Bank ,Pembina, N. Dak
Chestnut Street National Bank, Philadelphia, Pa
National Bank of Paola, Kans
First National Bank, Larimore, N. Dak.
Hampshire County National Bank, Northampton, MassA.
State National Bank, Logansport, Ind. 2 .

376
377
378
379
380
381
382
383
384
385
386
387

First National Bank, New Lisbon, Ohio
First National Bank, Carthage, N. Y
First National Bank, Neligh, Nebr
First National Bank, Flushing, Ohio
First National Bank, Emporia, Kans
First National Bank, Cordele, Ga
.
Cocheco National Bank, Dover, N. H
Citizens National Bank, Niles, Mich
Atchison National Bank, Atchison, Kans
First National Bank, Penn Yan, N. Y
First National Bank, Arkansas City, Kans. 2 3
First National Bank, McPherson, Kans. 2

388
389
390
391
392
393

Broadway National Bank, Boston, Mass
Peoples National Bank, Denver, Colo.2
Globe National Bank, Boston, Mass
Merchants National Bank, Rutland, Vt
Somerset National Banking Company, Somerset, Ky
South Danvers National Bank, Peabody, Mass

394
395
396
397
398
399
400
401
402
403
404

American National Bank, Baltimore, Md
First National Bank, White Pigeon, Mich.
First National Bank, Niles, Mich
Farmers National Bank, Vergennes, Vt
Le Mars National Bank, Le Mars, Iowa
First National Bank, Vancouver, Wash
Pynchon National Bank, Springfield. Mass
Seventh National Bank, New York, tf. Y,*
City National Bank, Buffalo, N. Y
First National Bank, Austin, Tex.*
Eufaula National Bank, Eufaula, Ala

405
406

First National Bank of Belmont, Ohio 2
Hancock National Bank, Boston, Mass.

407
408
409
410
411
412
413
414
415
416
417
418

Central National Bank, Boston. Mass
National Bank of South Pennsylvania, Hyndman, P a . . .
First National Bank, Asbury Park, N. J
First National Bank of Florida, Jacksonville, Fla
Southport National Bank, Southport, Conn
Navesink National Bank J l e d Bank, N. J
Citizens National Bank, Beaumont, Tex
Groesbeek National Bank, Groesbeck, Tex
Packard National Bank, Greenfield, Mass
Bolivar National Bank, Bolivar, Pa.1
Federal National Bank, Pittsburg.Pa*
First National Bank, A lleqheny, Pa.i

Total

Receiver
appointed.

June
July
July
Aug.
Sept.

5,1897
26,1897
28,1897
23,1897
21,1897

Dec.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Feb.
May
Sept.

10,1897
19,1898
29,1898
1,1898
26,1898
23,1898
27,1898

5,851,500
7,1887
20,1886
14,1887
30,1887
9,1883
6,1864
7,1881

Mar.
Dec.
Sept.
May
Jan.
Apr.
Apr.
Sept,
Feb.
Feb.
June
June

7,1874
12,1879
2,1879
6,1884
2,1872
16,1891
29, 1865
27,1871
8,1873
8,1864
30,1885
17,1886

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

Oct.
July
Mar.
Feb.
June
Mar.

25,1864
30,1889
25,1865
25,1885
29,1900
31,1865

200,000
300,000
1,000,000
100,000
50,000
150,000

Feb.
Mar.
Jan.
Apr.
Nov.
Aug.
Apr.
Apr.
Jan.
July
Nov.

10,1891
3,1891
3,1871
29,1880
13,1882
15,1883
7,1865
11,1865
26,1899
17,1873
30,1875

100,000
50,000
500,000
50,000
50,000
250,000
200,000
1,200,000

Nov. 3,1898
Nov. 4,1898
do.......
Nov. 5,1898
Nov. 16,1898
Mar. 4,1899
June 6,1899
July 8,1899
Sept, 5,1899
Sept. 18,1899
Oct. 19,1899
Oct. 28,1899

850,000

Total.

Total

Dec.
Dee.
Dec.
Mar.
Aug.
Sept,

16,1899
20,1899
21,1899
26,1900
17,1900
19,1900

Dec.
Dec.
Mar.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
June
June
June
Aug.
Oct.

21,1900
27,1900
9,1901
13,1901
17,1901
20,1901
24,1901
27,1901
29,1901
3,1901
21,1901

1,800,000

Total

200,000
50,000
100,000
60,000
100,000
50,000
200,000
500,000
300,000
100,000
100,000
1,760,000

Mar. 18,1893
July 15,1865

Total

Total

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

July
Jan.
June
Sept.
Jan.
Apr.
Dec.

Total..

 *Restored to solvency


Capital
stock.

50,000
400,000

Feb. 25,1902
Apr. 4,1902

450 000
Apr. 30,1873
July 2,1899
Feb. 4,1886
Aug. 24, 1874
Dec. 29,1864
Mar. 19,1891
May 31,1901
Mar. 22,1890
May 17,1875
Feb. 24,1902
Nov. 16,1901
Jan. 14,1864

500,000 Nov. 13,1902
50,000 Dec. 16,1902
100,000 Feb. 13,1903
50 000 Mar. 14,1903
100,000 May 19,1903
50,000 Aug. 14,1903
100,000 Aug. 20,1903
50,000 Aug. 22,1903
100,000 Oct. 1,1903
30,000
do.
2,000,000 Oct. 21,1903
350,000 Oct. 22,1903
3,480 000

2 Formerly in voluntary liquidation.

BEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
and closing, since the organization of the national banking system, with-amounts of nominal,
from all sources, etc.— Continued.
Nominal assets at date of
suspension.

Additional

assets
received
since date
Estimated Estimated Estimated of suspension.
doubtful. worthless.
good.
$7,219
116,234
9,259
21,514
46,597

$32,549 :
426,436
42,170
52,969
81,685

Offsets
allowed
and
settled.

Total
assets.

$49,631
107,053
47,862
259,747
10,649

$1,493
157,378
8,148
8,556
23,379

$90,892
807,101
107,439
342,786
162,310

$36," 928*
370
453
11,149

11,700,832

8,787,653

8,664,997

10,420,563

39,574,045

2,448,490

35 933
84,629
1,403,446
19,776
32,559
573,819
2,172

69,543
50,018
393,955
22,573
42,516
174,241
47,557

26,018
20,064
1,452,706
25,189
25,623
117,300
51,068

38,428
34,879
497,164
3,268
41,478
79,519
27,116

169,922
189,590
3,747,271
70,806
142,176
944,879
127,913

5,495
218,813
2,402
2,301
136,857

2,152,334

800,403

1,717,968

721,852

5,392,557

26,885
97,964
65,760
45,903
147,541
25,723
111, 488
99,109
70,202
49,998

37,925
178, 768
32,640
24,193
277,427
24,077
86,217
65,785
79,521
69,130

121,667
32,733
75,639
42,583
205, 487
23,806
43,179
34,283
77,465
48,000

58,286
19,488
14,729
5,310
203,970
2,283
20,901
13,574
26,673
20,465

244,763
328,953
188, 768
117,989
834,425
93,889
261, 785
212,751
253,861
187,593

740,573

875,683

704,842

403,764

2,018,916
38,695
2,818,225
151,884
75,253
103,106

534,916
200,266
3,414,438
74,341
81, 761
427, 776

48,839
269,723
1.172,932
' 206,392
271
42, 472

5,206,079

4, 733, 498

285,336
40,724
220, 767
102,607
25,797
137,247
755,664

Loss on
Nominal
assets com- value of
pounded or assets resold under turned to
stockorder of
holders.
court.
$83,347
496,728
3,099
94 828
13,875

$78,499

14,630,119

602,963

23,496

98 555
82,129
78,346
48,771
97,347
38,235
77

i.80,589
96,940

365,868

394,689
162,437
114,051
93,050
41,710
338,563
36,643
73,306
63,804
140,795
84,861

2,724,862

108,235

1,149,220

730,396
1,074
1,031,844
77,006
42,821
26,546

3,333,067
509,758
8,437,439
509,623
200,106
599,900

223,705

1,062,965

261,820
42,698
9,627
19,216

1,743
445,526
1,107,394
220,932
13,059
380,201

1, 740,629

1,909, 687

13,589,893

557,066

2,168,855

2,115,822

324,152
46,135
94, 854
17,525
114,686
101,198
942,113

102,279
16,064
45,157
13,755
78,303
10,928
8,482

88,721
15,889
94,881
21, 736
33,007
25,864
108,162

800,488
118,812
455,659
155,623
251, 793
275,237
1,814,421

66,859
3,227
26,395
9,129
9,424
7,119
39,884,

34, 491
1,114
88,150
11 561
155,816
37,879
111,429

3,090,031

1,129,594

140,204

550,589

4,910,418

324,038

867,770

182,081

40,688

101,639

46,056

370,464

27,654

162,114

4,840,254

2,810,945

516,811

984,905

9,152,915

513,729

1,470,324

134,036
127

115,915
151,803

34,158
129,994

16,031
22,007

300 140
303,931

13,703

88 339
189,240

134,163

267, 718

164,152

38,038

604,071

13, 703

277,579

2,605,808
42,627
131,396
161,005
184,978
251,356
225,414
108,204
272,348
62,001

932, 765
21,459
259,872
84,082
41,256
101,256
117,809
98,963
130,803
50,808

251,338
37,231
90,995
127,098
82,190
99,286
197, 726
30,475
8,870

107, 885
14,109
65,727
89,550
51,208
68, 746
53,038
8,105
26,834
9,471

3,897,796
115, 426
547,990
461,735
359,632
520,644
593,987
245, 747
438, 855
122,280

599,639
1,209
26,650
34, 789
12,047
31,884
132,313
17,986
19,073
6,733

129, 339
2,681
134,365
233 992
77, 496
79, 474
165, 782
100,507
19,350

433,010
50,007

4,045,137

1,839,073

925,209

494,673

7,304,09-2

882,323

942,986

601,158

369
370
371
372
373
374
375

326,300

3,943
18,898
7,055
6,226
25,229
25,286
5,710
4,652
9,034
2,202

364
365
366
367
368

85




3

376
377
378
379
380
381
38?
383
384
385
386
387

85 \

Second failure.

i , 052,857

388
389
390
391
393

49,412

394
395
3%
397
399
400
401
402
403
404

49,412
405
406

96,191
21,950

407
408
409
410
411
412
413
414
415
416
417
418

182

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER Oi1 THE CURRENCY.

TABLE NO. 38.—Insolvent national banks, dates of organization, appointment of receiver,
and additional assets, amounts collected
Collected'
from
assessment
upon
shareholders.

Total
collections
from all
sources.

$7,545
236,994
25,741
23>165
113,790

$13,080
84,525
34,800
2,417

$20,625
321,519
60,271
25,582
113,790

21,586,293

2,298,825

71,367
101,966
3,118,142
19,633
42,528
589,198
30,896

11,906
17,974
178,058

331,970

3,973,730

2,500
101,540
6,117

78,383
196,004
88,663
67,553
369,093
25,843
182 769
144,295
104,032
100,530

Nominal
value of
remaining
assets.

364
365
366
367
368

$36,451
224,340
306,180

369
370
371
372
373
374
375

376
377
378
379
380
381
382
383
384
385
386

331,970

Collected
from
assets.

85

387

110,157

1,357,250
2,044,654
64,232
6,015,368
245,993
177,420
200,483

388
389
390
391
392
393

Loans paid
and other Dividends
paid.
disbursements.

Legal
expenses.

Receiver's
salary and
other
expenses.

SI, 799
34,355
1,804
3,334
14,731

$7,536
245,577
53,229
12,827
86,197

$5,940
10,718
1,374
1,834
2,859

$5,344
30,809
3,8f4
7,587
9,308

23,885,118

4,389,729

18,123,521

406,169

721,727

83,273
119,940
3,296,200
19,633
56,960
589,198
30,896

1,361
14,956
750,476
721
23,699
7,843
21,980

79,211
83,432
2,195,334
10,099
20,199
508,910

20
5,788
90,282
2,529
2,918
3,426
1,660

2,G8l
15,704
93,415
4,657
10,141
6,399
3,356

222,370

4,196,100

821,036 | 2,897,185

106,623

136,416

39,257
62,832
11,348
2,330
69,382
801

18,100
6,296
10,311

117,640
258,836
100,011
69,883
438,475
26,644
182,769
144,295
104,032
118,630
6,296
10,396

1,516
29,563
15,974
524
71,229
10,200
15,183
12,263
714
21,GC7
4,850

95,083
194,772
70,724
62,649
325,415
4,080
105,314
114,532
92,859
79,877

5,099
7,319
6,694
549
21,145
5,677
1,100
3,502
3,443
4,008

5,718

882

15,942
20,150
6,619
6,101
20,(86
6,687
7,772
13,938
7,016
7,083
1,446
3,796

220,657

1,577,907

183,683

1,151,023

59,478

117,896

ii6,"869*
979,021
92,837
6,383
135,462

2,044,654
181,101
6,994,389
338,830
183,803
335,945

875
6,513
4,052,940
2; 406
23,172
89,506

2,024,779
152,546
2,861,140
307,352
140,556
207,840

2,416
3,099
29,451
8,232
6,582
16,969

4,892
8,180
45,207
20,840
7,172
21,630

14,432

8,748,150

1,330,572

10,078,722

4,175,412

5,694,213

66,749

107,921

12,092

306
209,359

483,319
65,059
338,103
134,933
86,553
229,933
1,453,749

65,149
44,433
35,850
16,140
40,323

495,411
65,059
403,252
179,366
122,403
246,073
1,494,072

113,825
9,291
34,943
79,224
27,632
2,712
358,546

337,310
45,858
322,306
85,125
75,971
227,070
1,056,782

10,911
1,304
15,779
4,179
7,537
2,750
10,973

30,130
2,455
21,491
10,838
6,383
11,971
32,572

2,918

3,715,692

168,356

3,884,048

687,950

3,090,701

37,133

68,264

6,417

174,279

49,339

223,618

85,039

123,715

3,561

11,303

437,830

6,681,620

431,682

7,113,302

1,399,162

5,364,838

94,127

195,407

405
406

198,098
114,691

35,516
80,129

233,614
194,820

8,654
10,858

213,074
131,478

3,096
3,027

6,819
7,422

312,789

115,645

407
408
409
410
411
412
413
414
415
416
417
418

2,735,808
61,529
370,037
192,954
270,089
409,286
242,624
127,254
304,241
93,597

394
395
396
397
398
399
400
401
402
403
404

215,819
3,011

16,938*

53,268

70,206

4,807,419




22,280*
10,640
66,233
42,138
60,862
13,734

215,887

428,434

19,512

344,552

6,123

14,241

2,735,808
61,529
392,317
203,594
336,322
451,424
303,486
140,988
304,241
93,597

484,939
178
101,598
47,417
98,458
166,191
141
80,012
50,368
878

2,116,552
54,092
250,181
122,661
194,268
259,086
263,850
48,271
243,619
82,154

29,912
350
9,306
11,655
17,682
10,045
12,180
5,341
894
3,301

59,794
3,052
14,939
21,861
21,365
16,102
22,970
7,364
5,040
6,990

5,023,306

1,033,180

3,634,734

100,GOO

179,483

183

KEPOET OF THE COMPTEOLLEB OP THE CUKBENCY.

and closing since the organization of the national banking system, with amounts of nominal
from all sources, etc.—Continued.

Balance in
hands of
comptroller
or receiver.

Amount
returned to
shareholders
in cash.

Amount of
assessment
upon shareholders.

$43,000
150 000
40,000
100,000
$695
$140

10,181

243,832

156,512
1,627

71,250
101,748
1,881,341
10,035
63,725
49-7,889

7,032

132,585
196,074
103,012
59,753
500,426
5,829
103,057
134,755
185,718
82,348

73.00
99.50
70.20
100.00
65.00
70.00
100.00
85.00
50.00
97.00

14,567

489,000

100.00

Finally
closed.

18,1907
1,1906
22,1898
27,1909
31,1900

364

Nov. 15,1898
Sept. 18,1907

Sept.
Oct.
Oct.
July
May

366
367
368

100.00
100.00
100.00

ioo.oo

Dec.
Aug.
Mar.
Oct.

26,1899
15,1904
20,1899
7,1899

369
370
371
37?
373
374
375

May
Feb.
Feb.
June
Dee.
Nov.
Sept.
June
Oct.
Oct.
Sept.
Feb.

18,1903
17,1903
10,1902
15,1901
31,1906
30,1909
30,1901
10,1902
25,1901
27,1902
18,1900
24,1903

376
377
378
379
380
381
382
383
384
385
386
387

i5o,0oo
1,000,000
100,000
21,000
150,000

2,009,815
200,000
2,671,318
318,501
120,804
259,404

25,296

1,421,000

4, 880
1,570

100.000
60,000
100,000
30,000
98,000
300,000

100.00

Feb.
June
Feb.
Mar.
Sept.
June

15,1900
30,1904
25,1903
31,1906
30,1908
30,1910

388*
389
390
391
392
393

5,579,842

18,000

87.40

1,518,124

3,235
6,151

2,561
10,763
5,651

8,733

35,199

100.00
76.25
100.00
96.50
100.00
81.00

100.00

315,579
45,222
402,437
119,618
122,403
227,070
1,048,707

100.00
100.00
80.00
71.50
60.00
100.00
100.00

80.77
100.00

3,332,348

92.25
74.60

100,000

160,995

15,836

806,000
50,000
90,000

217,294
128,371

44,006

140,000

53,000
50,000
83,000
50,000
100,000
50,000

100.00

Oct. 31,1908
Sept. 27,1901

N o v . 12,1901
Dec. 31,1909
Jan.
2,1902
May. 4,1904

394
395
396
397
398
399
400
401
402
403
404

F e b . 29,1904
Oct. 20,1904

405
406

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

407
408
409
410
411
412
413
414
415
416
417
418

Oct. 1,1906
Jan.
5,1903
J u n e 14,1904

345,665
2 041,789
53,Q5Q
259,098
239,577
189, 715
301,224
277, 288
119,216
238,929
74,601

100.00

5,774,379

1,971
42,035

44,611
3, 857
10,010
4,549
4,345
4,314
274

3,283

100.00

39.25

50,000
50,000
50,000
21,000
21,000

6,321

3,283

Interest
dividends
(percent).

2,625,988

65,827

43,932

100.00
82.00
100,00
100.00
32.70
100.00

50,000
90,000
50,000
2,500
100,000
4,500

5,395

9,131

20.00
55.00
100.00
7.30
100.00

620,000

53,400

9,131

Dividends
(per cent).

19,576,398

20,000
50,000
500,000
50,000

224,659

$38,952
446,505
49,743
175,726
81,660

4,000,870

62,620
3,900
10,181

Amount
of claims
proved.

71,960




386,000

3,794,993

98.10
100.00

100.00
100.00
96.50
51.20
100.00
86.00
95.30
55.00
100.00
100.00

100.00

100.00
100.00
22.40

100.00
100.00

20,1906
16,1903
23,1906
30,1908
31,1911
9,1906
31,1908
15,1905
1,1904
9,1906
14 1903
7,'1903

184

BEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

TABLE NO. 38.—Insolvent national banks, dates of organization, appointment of receiver•,
and additional assets, amounts collected

Name and location of bank.

First National Bank, Victor, Colo
Farmers National Bank, Henrietta, Tex
Indiana National Bank, Elkhart, Ind
First National Bank, Storm Lake, Iowa
Citizens National Bank, McGregor, Tex
Equitable National Bank, New York, N. Y
American Exchange National Bank, Syracuse, N. Y.,
First National Bank, Matthews, Ind.,
Galion National Bank, Galion Ohio...
First National Bank, Billings, Okla.i
Orange Growers National Bank, Riverside, Cal.
National Bank of Holdenville, Ind. T
Capitol National Bank, Guthrie, Okla
First National Bank, Macon, Ga
First National Bank, Cape May, N. J
Elk City National Bank, Elk City, Okla
Medina National Bank, Medina, N. Y
First National Bank, Grinnell, Iowa
Peoples National Bank, Swanton, Vt.
First National Bank, Claysville, Pa

Date of
organization.

Capital
stock.

Sept.
July
Jan.
Dec.
July
June
Apr.
Oct.
Nov.
Sept.
June
Mar.
Mar.
Dec.
May
Mar.
Feb.
Jan.
Mar.
Mar.

25,1900
3,1889
7.1893
1,1881
18,1900
2,1902
12.1900
24.1901
2,1886

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

8,1891
30,1891
28,1889
2,1882
27,1886
2,1868
30,1903
28.1903
25.1904
27,1900
1.1899
13,1900
27,1865
8,1888
13.1882
6,1886
10-, 1893
2.1900
23,1902
14,1902
12.1883
4,1895

Mar,
Dec.
May
Aug.
Oct.
May
Oct.
Aug.

30,1903
16,1904
29,1901
17,1900
18,1905
28,1901
14,1864
30,1902

25,000
25,000
200,000
25,000
30,000
25,000
300,000
50,000

Feb.
Nov.
May
Oct.
Mar.
Mar.
Oct.

25,1865
28,1903
6,1903
7,1898
21,1865
27,1893
20,1870

200,000 Dec. 12,1906
4,1907
25,000 Feb.
100,000 July 5,1907
50,000 Oct. 15,1907
300,000 Oct. 25,1907
50,000 Oct. 29,1907
50,000 Oct. 31,1907

$50,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
25,000
200,000
200,000
25,000
60,000
25,000
100,000
50,000
100,000
200,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000

10,1901
13,1903
7.1901
9;1892
9,1865
29.1901
17.1902
19,1895
15,1866
7.1894
27,1890

Total.

Nov. 4,1903
Nov. 18,1903
Nov. 19,1903
Jan.
2,1904
Feb.
8,1904
Feb. 10,1904
Feb. 11,1904
Feb. 13,1904
Feb. 15,1904
Feb. 19,1904
Mar. 23,1904
.....do

Apr.
May
May
May
June
July
Aug.
Oct.

4,1904
16,1904
24,1904
28,1904
22,1904
27,1904
18,1904
11,1904

1,535,000

Berlin National Bank, Berlin, Wis
Wooster National Bank, Wooster, Ohio
Big Bend National Bank, Davenport, Wash
Citizens National Bank, Oberlin, Ohio
First National Bank, Conneaut, Ohio
First National Bank, Faribault, Minn
American National Bank, Abilene, Tex
First National Bank, Nederland, Tex
First National Bank, Cornwall, N. Y
First National Bank, Lexington, Okla
First National Bank, Barberton, Ohio
First National Bank, Ladysmith, Wis
Fredonia National Bank, Fredonia, N. Y
Vigo County National Bank, Terre Haute, I n d . .
First National Bank, Topeka, Kans
Spring Valley National Bank, Spring Valley, 111.
First National Bank, Toluca, III
City National Bank, Kansas City, Mo
Minot National Bank, Minot, N. Dak
First National Bank, Orrville, Ohio
Peoria National Bank, Peoria, 111
Enterprise National Bank, Allegheny, Pa

50,000
100,000
50,000
60,000
50,000
50,000
75,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
100,000
150,000
300,000
50,000
100,000
300,000
25,000
25,000
200,000
200,000

Total.

Nov. 17,1904
Nov. 23,1904
Nov. 25,1904
Nov. 28,1904
Dec. 20,1904
Jan. 3,1905
Jan. 18,1905
Jan. 26,1905
May 19,1905
May 24,1905
May 26,1905
June 2,1905
June 19,1905
June 28,1905
July 3,1905
July 5,1905
do
July 20,1905
Sept. 19,1905
Sept. 27,1905
Oct. 7,1905
Oct. 18,1905

2,035,000

Farmers National Bank, Kingfisher, Okla
First Nrtional Bank, Lineville, Ala
American National Bank, Boston, Mass...-..;
First National Bank, West, Tex
First National Bank, Attalla, Ala
Delmont National Bank of New Salem, Delmont, Pa.
First National Bank, Chelsea, Mass
Bates National Bank, Butler, Mo

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Mar.
Apr.
May
Aug.
Sept.

1,1905
24,1905
27.1905
27.1906
24,1906
2,1906
17,1906
20,1906

680,000

Total.
Farmers and Drovers National Bank, Waynesburg, Pa.
First National Bank, Scotland, S. Dak
Fort Dallas National Bank, Miami, Fla.
First National Bank, Dresden, Ohio
First National Bank, Brooklyn, N. Y
Farmers and Merchants N. B., Mount Pleasant, P a . . .
First National Bank, Chariton, Iowa
Total




Receiver j
appointed!

!
1

Formerly in voluntary liquidation.

775,000

185

BEPOBT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

and Closing, since the organization of the national banking system, with amounts of nominal
from nil sources\
etc.—Continned.
Nominal assets at date of
suspension.

Additional
assets
received
since date
Estimated Estimated Estimated of suspengood.
sion.
doubtful. worthless.
•

$97,140
109,243
168,282
88,888
•79,351
175,063
279,960
43,190
150,296
533,519
37,672
327,030
342,584
21,782
22,438
62,746
219,565
67,795
109,162

Total
assets.

Offsets
allowed
and
settled.

Loss on
assets compounded or
sold under
order of
court.
$67,430
79,770
532,540
120,061
23,368

$13,548
30,302
421,100
94,559
13,313
71,512
183,444
11,735
908

16*, 000
102,211
575,516
619,171
4,09725,658
198,988
23,460
82,016
120,829

$34,672
10,837
65,076
32,586
10,087
5,731
74,588
20,801
27,168

$365,338
212,025
863,030
259,065
138,762
455,614
719.345
144J 385
513,608

$31,740
39,352
49,173
14,917
52,260
37,638
81,752
5,886
27,755

121,269
100,630
225,629

12,127
48,991
239,884
33,979
42,994
11,056
227,303
182,265
36,585
36,107

$219,978
61,643
208,572
43,032
36,011
203,308
181,353
68,659
335,236

Nominal
value! of
assets returned to
stockholders.

41,090
30,677
336,657
117,574
1,650
2,400
21,961
49,492
28,931
47,076

602,736
219,551
1,479,087
1,113,308
70,529
61,552
510,998
474,782
215,327
313,174

1,630
45,480
111,949
45,496
11,947
1,755
15,460
12,346
6,032
3,076

46,048
162,369
195,270
27,124
23,101
251,228
199,195
42,595
118,591

$157,072

140,688

419
420
421
422
423
424
425
426
427
428
429
430
431
432
433
434
435
436
437
438

297,7G0

2,935,706

3,125,-738

1,711,712

959,060

8,732,216

595,644

2,336,218

113,232
231,208
200,062
229,245
65,707
87,429
126,643
2,347
22,197
7,745
130,499
13,250
369,822
858,046
756,684
57,108
110,395
849,549
96,527
11,462
1,058,293
874,927

91,244
149,528
241,165
36,441
166,774
328,570
51,909
21,640
6,706
16,319
86,447
27,873
257,604
203,104
1,222,435
463.569
278^226
551,898
53,482
34,680
178,522
1,189,893

35,510
33,336
93,947
247,609
47,161
203,882
146,625
12,602
25,240
25,025
39,286
29,126
356,006
08,538
139,157
46,040
71,586
15,741
9,959
50,333
134,709

22,358
46,470
148,812
38,560
4,254
221,406
23,475
1,338
953
2,267
9,485
2,757
97,501
182,652
110,844
17,821
26, 731
14,360
85,656
1,552
115,728
359,175

262,344
460,542
683,986
551,855
283,896
841,287
348,652
37,927
55,096
51,356
265,717
73,006
1,080,933
1,312,340
2,229,120
538,498
461,392
1,487,393
251', 406
57,653
1, 402,876
2,558,704

5,909
44,289
124,251
40,375
30,129
34,034
31,196
6,199
3,728
1,769
19,997
7,927
113,009
89,182
208,523
8,328
34,686
107,974
45,857
10,148
75,616
302,482

122,555
143,907
164,401
250,290
162,505
417,361
128,992
24,278
22,179
30,063
55,469
35,263
319,397
53,896
577,021
335,900
181,389
228,731
30,806
35,275
36, 448
83,855

6,272,377

5,658,029

1,831,418

1,534,155

15,295,979

1,345,608

3,439,981

313,452

4,235
25,093
204,186
58,437
57,703
33,359
348,712
90,309

9,105
9,201
148,145
32,952
41,455
28,501
305,058
42,084

11,261
24,596
119,730
21,268
49,745
4,033
500,487
80,499

7,200
3,405
31,513

200
7,873
33,301
5,182
13,304
5,021
114.781
44;295

1,303
15,964
• 204,683
14,003
58,405
25,087
548,400
49,031

13,882

12,107
1,591
78,836
23,450

31,807
62,295
503,574
114,458
161,010
67,484
1,233,093
236,342

13,8S2

i;soi

822,034

616,501

811,619

159,909

2,410,063

223,957

916,876

814,783
30,777
137,701
101,952

2,013,406
40,047
404,575
191,593

130,499
48,363
134,825
1,108

2,014,256
5,223
150,710
80,830

4,972,944
124.410
827,811
375,483

546,299
13,720
53,717
6,842

1,353,863
80,789
441,477
154,191

305,596
444,451

366,349
164,565

850
137,488

75,360
226,061

748,155
973,105

38,207
100,496

260,515
53,974

1,835,260

3,180,535

453,133

2,553,040

8,021,968

759,281

2,344,809




439
440
441
442
443
444
-145
44<>
447
448
449
450
451
452
130,087
453
454
455
456
457
458
182, 705; 459
460

461
462
463
464
465
466
467
468

470
471
472
473
474

186

BEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY. .

TABLE NO. 38.—Insolvent national banks, dates of organization, appointment of receiver,
and additional assets, amounts collected

Nominal
value of
remaining
assets.

419
420
421
422
423
424
425
426
427
428
429
430
431
432
433
434
435
436
437
48S

$155,074
43,424
55,093
328,510

65,734

$266,168
92,903
281,317
124,087
63,134
260,904
361,250
37,869
216,800
601,106
72,930
876,259
731,854
31,458
36,696
244,310
263,241
100,966
191,507

Collected
from
assessment
upon
shareholders.

$31,584
65,037
10,200
6,800
94,526
14,033
24,944
2,261
41,831
134,764
6*766"
60,004
8,500
47,464

Total
Loans paid
collections and other Dividends
from all
disbursepaid.
sources.
ments.

Legal
expenses.

Receiver's
salary and
other
expenses.

$266,168
124,487
346,354
134,287
69,934
260,904
455,776
51,902
241,744

$27,284
19,805
16,935
74,898
1,951
50,549
154,541
24,791
50,957

$217,545
88,204
295,431
37,786
. 60,231
174,263
246,107
22,409
159,020

$2,475
2,019
6,934
6,639
1,646
3,961
23,308
715
13,144

$18,864
7,115
27,054
14,964
«5,086
8,904
25,058
3,987
17,717

601,106
75,191
918,090
866,618
31,458
36,696
251,010
323,245
109,466
238,971

33
15,502
305,239
91,607
208
16,008
85,554
6,075
21,544
6,802

552,873
26,710
512,484
635,807
28,07116,673
148,179
290,220
77,698
217,308

253
6,223
20,353
17,666
121
15
3,239
3,657
1,085
3,452

3,185
15,378
37,032
18,002
2,070
4,000
14,038
23,293
9,139
11,409

4,854,759

548,648

5,403,407

970,283

3,807,019

* 116,905

266,295

133,880
271,351
995
395,334
254,580
6,610
91,262
389,892
166,691
21,773
7,450
29,189
• •
19,524
174,151
16,100
29,816
648,527
1,038,575
"
*2i8* 1,443,358
194,270
245,317
1,150,688
174,743
12,230
1,108,047
897,384
1,274,983

33,465
67,252
28,282
47,171
25,689
26,379
22,349
3,402

177,575

167,345
338,603
423,616
301,751
116,951
416,271
189,040
10,852
29,189
25,524
190,348
37,244
715,367
1,038,575
1,465,233
208,268
295,842
1,150,688
176,743
20,870
1,108,047
1,452,558

66,407
34,351
18,935
37,563
26,054
21,662
63,458
576
4,631
12,345
1,943
4,298
188,773
302,195
161,375
6,678
1,215
386,919
39,113
1,884
442,817
470,269

86,766
286,058
378,952
243,746
74,006
365,204
106,375
6,441
21,627
3,684
176,372
24,567
469,464
686,555
1,267,851
175,237
264,835
751,719
99,460
16,435
627,200
781,100

4,394
4,723
5,740
7,757
5,816
10,109
6,977
1,789
28
1,677
3,052
2,937
27,148
12,072
12,913
11,274
7,199
255
8,791
711
2,216
35,229

9,778
13,471
19,989
12,685
11,075
19,296
12,230
2,046
2,903
7,818
8,981
5,442
29,982
31,182
23,094
15,079
15,447
7/887
29,379
1,840
23,122
49,933

625,067

9,878,925

2,293,161

6,913,654

172,807

352,659

9,647
12,781
88,139
2,144
45,032
7,618
100,976
4,337

2,147
19,366
161,252
78,674
34,016
34,212
548,428
88,809

409
225
3,762
2,427
4,414
2,548
13,506
23,873

1,859
6,086
23,120
5,567
11,166
6,541
42,313
19,119

647,835
439
440
441
442
443
444
445
446
447
448
449
450
451
452
453
454
455
456
457
458
459
460

Collected
from
assets.

6," 666*
16,197
7,428
66,840
21*875*
13,998
50,525
2,000
8,640

943,080

469
470
471
472
473
474
475

16,736

34,410

16,422
38,458
265,590
78,537
89,301
37,376
569,912
108,606

10,683
10,995
5,327
13,543
155,366
29,293

16,422
38,458
276,273
89,532
94,628
50,919
725,278
137,899

51,116

461
46^
463
464
465
466
467
468

9,253,858

1,204,202

225,207

1,429,409

270,674

966,904

51,164

115,771

1,798,105

1,274,677
29,901
332,617
214,450

149,271
6,001
28,110
45,370

1,423,918
35,902
360,727
259,820

243,594
9,098
101,635
35,984

1,050,121
18,891
207,432
194,978

46,742
2,319
10,627
8,961

51,128
5,594
41,033
19,897

160,320

449,433
658,375

44,636
50,000

494,069
708,375

36,614
32,855

428,517
599,272

8,138
48,594

20,800
22,379

1,958,425

2,959,453

323,388

3,282,841

459,780

2,499,211

125,381

160,831




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EEPOET OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

and closing, since the organization of the national banking system, ivith amounts of'nominal
from all sources, etc.—Continued.

Balance in
hands of
comptroller
or receiver.

Amount
returned to
shareholders
in cash.

Amount of
assessment
upon shareholders.

$7,344

$42,000
100,000
50,000
10,000

Amount
of claims
proved.

Dividends
(percent).

$236,796
89', 869
620,752
139,455
61,088
170,849
275,930
75,191
324,050

100.00
98.15
47.60
29.00
98.60
100.00
90.00
30.00
50.25

50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000

552,873
134,018
678,050
620,782
27,528
16,673
329,287
337,215
131,761
209,962

100.00
20.00
75.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
45.00
86.00
59.83
100.00

600,000

200,000

124,364
327,298
448,125
353,624
186,455
558,623
165,881
6,780
21,627
16,261
187,516
32,594
626,499
655,486
1,540,306
424,826
275,870
751,851
97,863
21,070
610,605
2,603,706

1,335,250

9,337,230

30,000
25,000
30,000
25,000
300,000
50,000

2,086
18,160
160,874
87,032
79,175
39,328
598,928
122,144

460,000

1,107,747
1,573,232
96,432
501,479
216,643

20.30
41.50
90.00

5,275

200.000
25; 000
100,000
50,000
50,000
50,000

531,031
1,311,365

80.70
45.66

37,638

475,000

4,230,182

Finally
closed'.

5,032,129

50.000
100,000
50,000
60,000
50,000
50,000
75,000
6,250

Interest
dividends
(per cent).

1,020
23,227
$6,762
906

134,000
25,000
60,000

44,762
11,378
42,982

'i03,",536'

50,000
100,000
200,000

988

63,016

179,889

25,000
50,000
25,000
100,000
6,571
7,146
3,908

300,000
50,000
100,000
19,000
25,000

12,692
116,027
119,935

26,409
2,360
720
"20," 055'

1,761
1,761

23,135

32,363




100.00

100.00
100.00
78.00
100.00

100.00
100.00
100.00
90.40
50.00
87.00
92.60
70.00

30, 1908
9, 1905
31, 1910
30, 1911
7, 1608
25, 1904

Sept. 30,
Oct. 31, 1913
Jan. 24, 1905
Jan. 31, 1905

100.00
100.00

66.00

70.00
87.40
84.77
67.00
39.00
65.333
64.30
95.00
100.00
22.50
95.00
75.00
70.25

100.00
82.45
41.25
96.00

Sept,
May
Mar.
Sept.
May
Nov.

100.00

100.00
30.00

100.00
100.00

May
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.
Oct.
Sept.
Apr.

12, 1906
11, 1904
27, 1906
31, 1906
31, 1910 I 436
30, 1908 I 437
13, 1907 438

Dec
Sept.
Oct.
June
Sept.
Sept,
Mar.
July
Oct.
June
June
Mar.
Oct.
June
Sept.
June
May
June
Feb.
Sept,
Nov.

31,1911
30.1908
30.1909
30,1913
30,1909
30,1911
31,1910
12,1909
13.1905
12,1912
11,1S09
13,1912
31,1912
2,1909
30,1909
15,1912
1,1911
30.1906
17,1913
24.1907
13,1907

Jan.
Dec.
Nov.
June
Mar.
Mar.
May

17,1907
3i;i90(i
30,19ll
30,11-09
3,1910
31,1910
31,1913

Sept,
Oct.
Aug.
Feb.
Oct.

30,1909
31,1912
31,1910
10,1908
31,1910

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KEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

TABLE NO. 38. --Insolvent national banks, dates of organization, appointment of receiver+
and additional assets, amounts collected
Date of
organization.

Najne and location of bank.

First National Bank, Leetonia, Ohio
Aurora National Bank, Aurora, Ind
Woods National Bank, San Antonio; Tex
Hot Springs National Bank, Hot Springs, S. Dak
Fort Pitt National Bank, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Jewelers National Bank, North Attleboro, Mass
Peoples National Bank. Franklinville, N. Y
National Bank of North America in New York, N. Y.
New Amsterdam National Bank, New York, N. Y
City National Bank, Greensboro, N. C
First National Bank, Bisbee, Ariz
First National Bank, ClintonvUle, Pa
First National Bank, East Brady, Pa
First National Bank, Manasquan, N. J
First National Bank, Ramona, Okla
Allegheny National Bank, Pittsburgh, Pa
National Deposit Bank, Philadelphia, Pa
First National Bank, Rock Creek, Ohio
First National Bank, Friendly, W. Va
First National Bank, Niles, Ohio
Cosmopolitan National Bank, Pittsburgh, Pa
Farmers & Traders National Bank, La 1Grande, Oreg..
Union National Bank, Summerville, Pa.
First National Bank, Carroll, Iowa

10,1886
26,1883
25,1904
14,1902
6,1879
31,1905
3,1906
11,1891
18,1901
14,1899
22,1904
8,1903
2,1900
3,1883
11.1904
16,1865
29.1905
15,1905
15.1901
28.1889
21.1902
29.1890
23.1903
25,1889

Jan.
July
May
May
Feb.
Jan.
Mar.
Oct.
June

10,1871
17,1902
25,1906
20,1875
2,1880
31,1889
16,1905
2,1907
10,1884

100,000
25,000
38,500
300,000
105,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
100,000

Deo.

23,1895

500,000

Feb.

Jan.
May
Nov.
Dec.
May

31,1865
14,1907
22,1890
27,1883
19,1905

100,000
50,000
50,000
150,000
25,000

Feb. 23,1910
Mar. 23,1910
May 9,1910
July 2,1910
Oct. 15,1910

Dec. 11,1906
Jan. 13,1906
Mar. 18,1906

200,000
50,000
25,000

$100,000
50,000
200,000
25,000
1,000,000
100,000
25,000
2,000,000
1,000,000
100,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
500,000
200,000
50,000
25,000
300,000
500,000
60,000
50,000
100,000

Nov. 4^1907
....do.-..:...
Nov. 9,1907
Nov. 27,1907
Dec.
7,1907
Dec. 20,1907
Jan. 13,1908
Jan. 27,1908
Jan. 30,1908
Mar. 6,1908
Mar. 24,1908
Apr. 24,1908
May 1,1908
May 2,1908
do.
May 18,1908
July 14,1908
July 20,1908
July 25,1908
Sept. 3,1908
Sept. 5,1908
Oct. 13,1908
Oct. 16,1908
Oct. 21,1908

6,560,000
Nov. 20.1908
4,1909
Jan.
9,1909
Feb.
Apr. 14.1909
Apr. 19,1909
June 21,1909
June 30,1909
Sept. 19,1909
Oct. 12,1909

768, .500

Total.

Merchants & Manufacturers National Bank, Columbus, Ohio. 2
National City Bank, Cambridge, Mass
First National Bank, Rhyolite, Nev
Middleport National Bank, Middleport, Ohio 2
First National Bank, Billings, Mont
National Bank of Beattyville, Ky
Total.

6,1910

875,000

Mount Vernon National Bank, Mount Vernon, N. Y .
First National Bank, Salmon, Idaho 2
First National Bank, Texico, N. Mex.
Total.

Apr. 19,1911
Aug. 8,1911
Sept. 5,1911

275,000
May
Jan.
Jan.
Dec.
Dec.
Sept.
Deo.
Mar.

Washington National Bank, Washington, N. J .
Union National Bank, Columbus, Ohio
Albion National Bank, Albion, Mich
First National Bank, New Berlin, N. Y
First National Bank, Ambridge, Pa
Second National Bank, Clarion, Pa
First National Bank, Rowlesburg, W. Va
First National Bank, New Roads, La

16,1898
30,1905
11,1905
11,1863
8,1906
12,1883
9,1908
15,1904

Total.

50,000
750,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
25,000

Nov.
Dec.
Jan.
Apr.
June
June
July
Sept.

17,1911
7,1911
4,1912
15,1912
5,1912
21,1912
31,1912
30,1912

Apr.
Apr.
May
July
July
Oct.

16,1913
17,1913
7,1913
7,1913
19,1913
20,1913

1,100,000

Atlantic National Bank, Providence, R. I
First National Bank, Oneonta, N. Y.2
First National Bank, Norwich, Conn
First-Second National Bank, Pittsburgh, Pa.,
First National Bank, La Fayette, Ga
Traders National Bank, Lowell, Mass.3

Apr. 3,1883
May 9,1864
June 6,1864
Feb. 13,1864
May 7,1904
June 10,1892

Total.

 1 Restored to solvency.


Receiver
appointed.

June
May
June
July
Mar.
Mar.
Apr.
June
Apr.
Jan.
Mar.
Sept.
May
Sept.
May
Jan.
Sept.
June
May
Dec.
Apr.
Oct.
Apr.
Jan.

Total.
First National Bank Fort Scott,-Kans.
First National Bank, Rugby, N. D a k . .
Coal Belt National Bank, Benton, 111...
Union National Bank, Oakland, Cal . . .
Lititz National Bank, Lititz, Pa
First National Bank, Iron wood, Mich..
First National Bank, Savoy, Tex.
First National Bank, Burnside, Ky.x
First National Bank, Mineral Point, Wis.

i Grand total (531 receiverships)
! Active receiverships (45 banks)
I Closed receiverships (486 banks)

Capital
stock.

300,000
100,000
300,000
3,400,000
50,000
200,000
,4,350,000
90,095,920
10,710,000
79,385,920

.1

Formerly in voluntary liquidation.

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

and closing, since the organization of the national banking si/stem, ivith amounts of nominal
from all sources, etc.—Continued.
Additional
assets
received
since date
Estimated Estimated Estimated of suspension.
good.
doubtful. worthless.
Nominal assets at date of
suspension.

$89,085
102,875
758,813
69,442
2,744,899
624,345
34,105
3,876,594
2,378,480
340,657
177,912
85,015
165,987
349,166
14,483
1,602,382
545,872
30,343
10,266
179,377
580,131
107,944

$111,015
62,504
318,406
64,839
2,013,994
165,045
31,697
4,803,115
1,758,851
240,169
76,396
52,130
99,926
258,787
13,365
1,439,873
223,059
113,910
31,301
496,224
272,979
37,441

$74,891
29,027
36,945
11,085
114,047
123,443
12,980
193,413
68,891
34,314
58,967
50,383
126,774
18,396
467,317
211,948
6,550
20,481
363,161
584,564
15,339

Total
assets.

Offsets
allowed
and
settled.

Loss on
assets compounded or
sold under
order of
court.

$41,195
10,110
68,659
7,806
411,846
134,245
2,973
964,393
110,477
19,387
25,983
8,663
14,719
25,532
918
361,877
49,216
5,304
46,138
25,124
107,403
52,521

$316,186
204,516
1,182,823
153,172
5,284,786
1,047,078
81,755
9,644,102
4,441,221
669,104
314,605
204,775
331,015
760,259
47,162
3,871,449
1,030,095
156,107
108,186
1,063,886
1,545,077
213,245
683,159

112,272

154,911

33,353,763

3,568,196

3,030,461

766,612
253,393
70,400
984,690
364,406
699,615
57,263

100,082
21,497
2,442
26,608
29,852
84,577
5,566

293,642
9,944
45,417
99,848
15,443
282,257
17,853

Nominal
value of
assets returned to
stockholders.

114,089

509,331

23,699

36,040

14,982,262

13,194,357

2,646,615

2,530,529

348,768
93,153
13,070
182,172
209,492
28,534
17,912

267,903
56,204
10,841
245,905
21,780
232,179
18,014

22,045
62,758
26,265
386,476
123,749
338,441
16,538

127,896
41,278
20,224
170,137
9,385
100,461
4,799

$6,930
11,083
44,720
13,313
320,469
91,722
2,524
1,127,570
1,062,203
55,415
8,518
22,866
84,091
48,727
71,446
210,639
242
9,807
44,619
203,795
15,225

$152,671
42,016
232,097
27,728
1S3,641
140,288
* 22,460
919,127
16,271
.15,987
19,205
43,050
63,278
183,126
28,869
628,165
22,636
1,138
53,111
1,475
59,969
19,242

$2,335,845
929,877
149,446

293,574
47,531
370,743

476
477
478
479
480
481
482
483
484
485
486
487
488
489
490
491
492
493
494
495
496
497
498
499

4,127,016

78,036

313,628

135,304

288,802

64,020

801,754

45,159

62,679

1,206,729

988,130

1,265,074

538,200

3,998,133

315,783

827,083

196,580
18,472

41,954
32,502

300
93,364

687
118,777

505,016
44,878

552,201
12,069

264,606
152,197
650
2,558,431
123,012

33,237
4,246

1,087,304
50,256

25,772
7,859
650
413,910
15,809

218,032
19,115

102,458
11,930

11,159

1,352,612

624,350

657,934

464,000

3,098,896

274,630

233,852

11,159

158,243
146,373

413,533
132,277
8,865

199,574
46,974
11,600

216,656
55,766

988,006
381,390
20,465

39,046
24,439

579,527
6,359

304,616

554,675

258,148

272,422

1,389,861

63,485

585,886

112,439
1,267,480
73,230
105,300
63,742
126,110
45,544
33,174

216,699
1,182,829
59,384
193,197
85,510
294,804
6,163
44,824

48,975
813,083
13,963
148,042
61,876
19,305
• 3,179
10,226

7,904
146,601
27,522
72,101
3,058
22,977
1,372
1,282

386,017
3,409,993
174,099
518,640
214,186
463,196
56,258
89,506

7,533
322,253
19,516
58,725
13,361
44,014
3,967
1,384

126,439
126,983
4,715
102,411
9,144
839
7,094
500

1,827,019

2,083,410

1,118,649

282,817

5,311,895

470,753

378,125

1,928,431

820,071

506,254

66,977

3,321,733

350,176

32,591

556,229
22,924,343
143,325

355,705
11,074,706
52,233

81,124
674,242
2,983

8,230
428,072
174

1,001,288
35,101,363
198,715

63,756
3,546,005
12,883

619

25,552,328

12,302,715

1,264,603

503,453

39,623,099

3,972,820

33,210

150,696, 845 123,133,997
40,522,049 26,666,258
110,174, 796 96,467/739

68,903,831
8,210,549
60,693,282

48,328,378
6,725,790
41,602,588

391,063,051
82,124,646
308,938,405

500
501
502
503
504
505
506
507
508

78,036
509




»Report not received.

31,926,164 117, 754, 876
5,338,663
7,307,904
24,618,260 112,416,213

510
511
512
513
514

515
516
517

518
519
520
521
522
523
524
525

526
527
528
529
530
531

14,056,227
14,056,227

190

KEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

TABLE NO. 38.—Insolvent national banks, dates of organization, appointment of receiver,
and additional assets, amounts collected
Nominal
value of
remaining
assets.
476
477
478
479
480
481
482
483
484
485
486
487
488
489
400
491
492
494
495
496
497
498
499

$75
39,936
1,531,480

87,558
39,516
732,863

615,309
31,251

Collected
from
assets.

$156,510
111,481
906,006
112,131
3 ; 249,196
815,068
56,771
5,261,560
2,432,870
448,256
199,324
138,859
144,130
528,406
18,293
2,438,975
503,246
107,196
45,268
647,049
666,004
147,527

Collected
from
assessment
upon
shareholders.

Total
collections
from all
sources.

$14,854
34,300
11,356

$171,364
145, 781
917,362
112,131
3,249,196
887,752
66,246
5,261,560
2,432,870
512,556
213,624
155,856
164,050
561,221
18,293
2,756,907
503,246
115,696
66,911
647,049
715,999
177,568

72,684
9,475
64,300
14,300
16,997
19,920
32,815
317,932
8,500
21,643
49,995
30,041

Loans paid
and other Dividends
disbursepaid.
ments.
$31,887
1,853
154,670
26,199
818,325
164,632
663
2,353,286
651,672
219,874
125,520
154
2,658
198,716
14,803
97,138
58,678
37
4,316
96,151
121,618
14,313

$121,133
126,354
714,242
80,602
1,959,621
681,815
53,877
2,787,649
1,608,083
269,786
63,099
145,515
144,418
344,377
2,353
2,544,264
405,142
102,761
51,822
522,639
508,398
141,562

Legal
expenses.

Receiver's
salary and
other
expenses.

$6,051
1,129
12,908
219
16,527
10,243
2,268
26,995
21,724
6,673
4,933
1,869
1,958
6,629
215
27,597
6,458
3,728
743
6,136
17,294
7,868

$12,293
14,233
35,542
4,702
74,665
31,062
7,361
41, 725
53,656
12,765
19,085
7,321
13,665
11,499
922
45,656
25,403
6,236
10,030
9,440
33,786
12, 791

500
501
502

169,068

246,908

4,100

251,008

42,295

163,534

12,288

22, 762

3,247,056

19,381,034

723,212

20,104,246

5,199, 458

13,543,046

202,453

506,600

372,888
121,952
22,541
463,656
241,075
278,152
33,844

35,834
15, 750

408,722
137, 702
22,541
463,656
241,075
292,752
38,145

17,121
17,701
10, 723
63,262
51,619
15,776
23,116

374,189
82,683
10,685
319,423
179,692
213,007
10,455

3,312'
3,540

14,100
29,793
1,133
30,366
4,523
21,949
3,754

100,000
394,578

505
50o
507
508

54,629

14,600
4,301

32,269
1,000
16,566
820

211,624

482,292

70,284

552,576

153,299

315,244

22, 784

23,784

760,831

2,016,400

140, 769

2,157,163

352,617

1,505,378

80,291

129,402

19,867

210,815
29,174
650
1,416,804
80,808

99,000
12,548

309,815
41,722
650
1,424,304
80,808

605
6,825

253,389
17,379

10,641
4,823

20,100
12,613

193,626
12,112

1,108,303
56,522

21,835
2,013

44,622
8,881

841,004

1,738,251

119,048

1,857,299

213,168

1, 435,593

39,312

86,216

17,861
158,544
20,465

351,572
192,048

74,400
24,364

425,972
216,412

86,992
149,905

246,530
34,481

11,979
1,207

19,080
15, 437

196,870

543,620

98,764

642,384

236,897

281,011

13,186

34,517

78,072
1,043,941
32,701
71,318
86,150
262,849
6,557
71,450

173,973
1,916,816
117,167
286,186
105,531
155,494
38,640
16,172

31,138
19,077
89,800
31,375
24,908
2,757
15,135

205,111
1,916,816
136,244
375,986
136,906
180,402
41,397
31,307

52,996
287,191
3,285
12,609
2,632
4,451
533
13,338

134,434
1,543,500
97,241
331,808
112,186
148,169
31/829
8,470

1,580
7,238
429
1,497
1,607
1,853
1,245
1,151

10,245
31,961
8,460
10,156
7,095
6,545
2,105
3,132

1,653,038

2,809,979 |

214,190

3,024,169

377,035

2, 407,637

16,600

79,699

1,654,149

1,284,816

57,141

1,341,957

362,160

782,633

1,780

13,012

490,343
20,204, 216
167,591

446,571
11,351,142
18,241

446,571
11,351,142
18,241

84,486
586,381
7,006

315,486
243

3,645
48,260
1,549

22,516,299

13,100, 770

57,111

13,157,911

1,040,033

1,098,119

2,023

66,466

37,227,267 190,098,517
33,190,809 36,287,270
4,036,458 153,811,247

22,322,747
1,923,583
20,399,164

212,421,264
38,210,853
174,210,411

40,808,647 141,990,767
5,748,907 18,660,176
35,059,740 123,330,591

5,187,764
569,279
461,8,485

9,247,875
989,046
8,258,829

i

509
510
511
512
513
514

515
516
517

518
520
521
522
523
524
525

526
527

821,137

7,500

531

*




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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

and closing, since the organization of the national banking system, with amounts of nominal
from all sources, etc.—Continued.
Balance in
hands of
' comptroller
or receiver.

Amount
returned to
shareholders
in cash.

$65,000
35,000
50,000

$2,212
409
5 058

Amount of
assessment
upon shareholders.

$375 000
2,077
51,905
97,735
3,458

987
997
1,351

100,000
25,000
80,000
14,300
25,000
25,000
50,000
500,000

42 252
7,565
2,934

8,500
25,000

12,683
34 903
1,034

225,000
50,000

Amount
of claims
proved.

$146,830
126,354
732,599
77,278
1 831 467
656,546
61,553
2,707,969
1,554,456
250,679
114,546
153,173
218,815
344,377
2,375
2,364,379
390,875
99,663
57,749
508,267
598,015
212, 268

Dividends
(per cent).

82.50
100.00
97.50
100.00
100.00
100.00
87.50
100.00
100.00
100.00
55.00
95.00
66.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
89.00
100.00
85.00
65.00

Interest
dividends
(percent).

Finally
closed.

Sept. 29,1911
Oct. 31,1912
Sept. 30,1909

100.00
100 00
100.00

Oct.
Sept.
Oct.
Apr.
Jan.

100.00
100.00
100.00

25,1912
30,1910
31,1908
14,1909
19,1910

Oct. 31,1913

476
477
478
479
480
481
482
483
484
485
486
487

May 21,1910
Mar. 31,1912 ; 490

491

100.00
100.00
100.00

June 28,1910 492
Feb. 1,1910 ! 493
May 1,1911 I 494
Sept. 30,1909 495

100.00

496
! 497
Jan. 28,1909 i 498

100,000
553,357

3 985
18,336

407,900

1,377,800

13,618,133

100,000
25,000

10,129
99, 332

481,814
210, 299
10,580
376,585
176,168
601,776
21,616

77.60
40.00
100.00
85.00
100.00
35.00
56.00
52.00

4,24i
50,000
12,500

25,454

499

40.00

100,000

606,238

287,500

389,831
78,554
1,898,753
54,218

60.00
100.00

300,000
200,000
50,000
10,000

474,098
113,755

76,773

260,000

587,853

5 856
46,926
26,829
19,916
13,386
19,384
5,685
5,216

50,000

224,058
1,935,472
388,965
536,692
140,233
330,139
53,050
42,529

166.66

Dec.

7 1909

May 18,1912

500
501
502
503
504
505
506
507
508

2,421,356

61,391
15,382

7,1909

65.00
20.50

150,000

Apr.

2,485,076

100,000
50,000

Apr. 16,1910
100.00

37,465
85,240

4,241

Oct
25,080
82
650
55 918
1,280
81, 730

1,280

50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
25,000

31 1913

Oct. 31,1913
100.00

July 23,1913

509
510
511
512
513
514

515
516
517

52.00
30.00

i
60.00
80.00
25.00'
68.00
80.00
45.00
60.00
20.00

518
519
520
521
522
523
524
525

526
527
528
529
530
531

143,198 1

350,000

3,651,138

182,372

300,000
50,000

2,087,023

37.50

420,652
15,172,223
116,683

75.00

42,954
10,716,258
9,686
10,951,270
11,741,955
11,711,933
30,022

350,000
3,444,256
531,512
2,912,744




17,796,581

46,194,540
4,036,250
42,158,290

203,414,650
42,245,772
161,168,878

i

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OP THE CURRENCY.

Order of failure.

TABLE NO. 39—Capital, nominal assets at date of failure, collections from assets

Location and name of bank.

Receiver
appointed.

Receivership
closed.

Capital at
failure

Circulation
outstanding at .
failure.

NEW HAMPSHIRE.

Manchester, N. B. of the Commonwealth...
Exeter, National Granite State Bank
Dover Dover National Bank
Dover, Cochecho National Bank

May 22,1899

$200,000
50,000
100 000
150,000

$67,500
22,490
89 000
33,750

500,000

212,740

100,000
300,000
200,000
100,000
100,000
60,000
50,000

90,000
90,000
63,000
89,980
22,000
20,000
50,000

910,000

424,980

961,300
100,000
150,000
400,000
250,000
200,000
1,000,000
150,000
200,000
400,000
500,000
100,000
200,000
300,000
100,000
100,000
200,000

450,000
27,000
131,370
45,000
90,000
44,997
45 000
50,000
107,500

Total (all receiverships, 17)

5,311,300

1,736,767

Total (receiverships closed, 14)

225
239
280
382

4,811,300

1,604,267

300,000

182,600

60,000
200,000
100,000
100,000
300,000

26,300
45,000
22,500
100,000
214,000

760,000

407,800

460,000

193,800

Aug.
Sept.
Feb
June

7,1893
23,1893
7 1895
6,1899

Sept. 30,1898
June 30,1902
Sept. 30,1901

Total (all receiverships closed, 4)
VERMONT.

79
84
89
99,
391
397
437

Poultney, National Bank
Brattleboro, First National Bank
St. Albans, Vermont National Bank
St. Albans, First National Bank
Rutland, Merchants National Bank
Vergennes, Farmers National Bank
Swanton, Peoples National Bank
Total (all receiverships closed, 7)

Apr.
June
Aug.
Apr.
Mar.
Apr.
Aug.

7,1879 Aug. 1,1881
19,1880 Oct. 12,1885
9,1883 June 6,1892
22,1884 May 25,1894
26,1900 Mar. 31,1906
13,1901 Oct. 1,1906
18,1904 Sept. 30,1908

MASSACHUSETTS.
87
106
111
165
374
388
390
393
400
406
407
415
463
467
481
510
531

Boston Pacific National Bank
Clinton, Lancaster National Bank2

May
Jan.
Aug.
Abington, Abington National Bank
Boston, Maverick National Bank
... Nov.
May
Northampton, Hampshire County N. B;*
Dec.
Boston, Broadway National Bank
Dec
Boston Globe National Bank
Peabody, South Danvers National Bank... Sept,
Springfield, Pynchon National Bank
June
3
Boston, Hancock National Bank
Apr.
Nov.
Boston, Central National Bank
Oct.
Greenfield, Packard National Bank
Nov.
Boston, American National Bank
Aug.
Chelsea. First National Bank
North Attleborough, Jewelers Natl. Bank.. Dec.
Feb.
Cambridge, National City Bank
Oct.
Lowell, Traders National Bank *

22,1882
20,1886
2,1886
2,1891
23,1898
16,1899
21 1899
19,1900
24,1901
4,1902
13,1902
1,1903
27,1905
17,1906
20,1907
23,1910
20,1913

June
Sept.
Feb.
Mar.
Mar.
Feb.
Feb
June

30,1893
14,1891
17,1887
31,1898
20,1899
15,1900
25 1903
30,1910

Oct.
Oct.
July
Nov.
May
Oct.

20,1904
20,1906
1,1904
30,1911
31,1913
25,1912

395,900
50,000
200,000
50,000
25,000
25,000

RHODE ISLAND.
526

Providence, Atlantic National Bank

Apr. 16,1913

CONNECTICUT.
11
120
290
411
528

Bethel, First National Bank
Stafford Springs, Stafford National Bank..
Willimantic, First National Bank
Southport, Southport National Bank
Norwich, First National Bank
Total (all receiverships, 5)
Total (receiverships cjosed, 4)

Feb.
Oct.
Apr.
May
May

28,1868
17,1887
23,1895
19,1903
7,1913

Apr.
Oct.
Oct.
July

7,1881
20,1888
1,1906
31,1911

NEW YORK.

44,000
50,000
Apr. 14,1865 Jan. 2,1867
Attica, First National Bank
40,000
50,000
Mar. 13,1867 July 28,1870
Medina First National Bank
100,000
120,000
Aug. 20,1867 Dec. 19,1874
Unadilla, National Unadilla Bank
Sept. 6,1867 Nov. 18,1874
253,900
300,000
Brooklyn, Farmers and Citizens N. B
180,000
Oct. 1,1867 Aug. 15,1872
200,000
New York City, Groton National Bank
Dec. 13,1871 Apr. 20,1882
1,000,000
800,000
New York City, Ocean National Bank
Dec. 15,1871 Nov. 16,1874
200,000
50,000
New York City, Union Square N. B
250,000
243,393
Sept 1,1875
New York City, Eighth National Bank
do
71,000
Apr. 23,1872 Oct. 2,1877
106,100
Waverly, Waverly National Bank
Dec. 31,1872 Jan. 8,1880
175,000
118,900
Middletown, Wallkill National Bank
100,000
300,000
New York City, Atlantic National Bank... Apr. 28,1873 Apr. 29,1884
234,000
750,000
New York City, N. B. of the Commonwealth Sept. 22,1873 Mar. 31,1883
July 12,1876 May 23,1888
67,500
75,000
Watkins, Watkins National Bank.
177,200
Jan. 27,1877 Aug. 11,1884
200,000
Fishkill, National Bank of Fishkill
89,200
Mar. 23,1878 June 20,1882
100,000
Tarrytown, First National Bank
114,220
200,000
June 8,1878 July 5,1879
Greenwich, Washington County N. B
1
Offsets allowed and settled, loans paid, and claims proved represent liabilities at date of failure; offsets
and collections
 from assets represent amount assets realized.
1
4
8
9
10
16
17
18
?0
23
25
27
48
51
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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

193

andfromassessments,and disposition of collections, 1865 to Oct. 31,1913, by States.

Total assets.

Offsets.

Collections
from assets
and assessment upon

Claims
proved.

Loans
paid.i

Dividends
paid.

Legal
expenses.

stockholders.

Receivers'
salary
and other
expenses.

u •£
o>

;

r

$576,328
213,322
242,636
261,785

$27,323
2.067
6,596
5,710

$253,267
117,242
164,488
103,057

$382,141
119,779
227,918
182, 769

$89,991
48,617
3,545
15,183

$269,386
56,651
172,686
105,314

$4,481
4,439
2,673
1,100

$18,283
10,072
10,014
7,772

1,294,071

41,696

638,054

912,607

157,336

604,037

12,693

46,141

203,279
398 123
784,266
442,499
509,623
155,623
215,327

3,353
4 902
19,171
9,888
42,698
9,129
6,032

81,801
104 749
422, 772
294,521
318.501
119,618
131, 761

96,605
154, 421
405,180
158,852
338,830
179,366
109,466

53
247
25,336
2,406
79,224
21,544

88,176
9'V 847
321,870
96,525
307,352
85,125
77,698

2 973
24,279
12,112
8,232
4,179
1,085

7,517
10 832
58, 784
24,879
20,840
10,838
9,139

2, 708, 740

95,173

1, 473,723

1,442, 720

128,810

1,076,593

52,860

142.829

3,912, 161
361.615
317,810
10,218,799
944,879
3,333,067
8, 437, 439
599,900
1,814,421
303,931
3,897, 796
438,855
503, 574
1,233,093
1,047,078
264,606

206,268
18,883
3,721
1,082,794
136,857
223,705
261,820
19,216
39,884

1,990,406
304,008
198,513
7,059,027
589,198
2,044, 654
6,994,389
335,945
1,494,072
194,820
2,735,808
304,241
276,273
725,278
887.752
309,815

194,574
82.472

599,639
19,073
33,301
114, 781
91, 722
33,237

2,397,129
171,581
116,626
7,602,341
497,889
2,009,815
2,671,318
259.404
1,048,707
128,371
2,041,789
238,929
160,874
598,928
656,546
389,831

83,039
7,843
875
4,052,940
89,506
358,546
10,858
484,939
50,368
88,139
100,976
164.632
605

1,566,124
188,482
117,878
6,854, 775
508, 910
2,024, 779
2,861,140
207,840
1,056,782
131, 478
2,116,552
243,619
161,252
548,428
681,815
253,389

101, 794
2,855
198
40,175
3,426
2, 416
29,451
16,969
10,973
3,027
29,912
894
3,762
13,506
10,243
10,641

127,914
22, 713
5,208
81,038
6,399
4,892
45,207
21,630
32,572
7,422
59,794
5,046
23,120
42,313
31,062
20,100

37,629,024

2,884, 901

20,99$ 078

26,444,199

5, 770,312

19,523,243

280,242

536, 430

35,549,997

2, 811, 780

19,551,540

24,640,312

5,411,161

18,213,072"

258,628

483, 758

3,321,733

350,176

2,087,023

1,341,957

362,160

782,633

1,780

13,012

526

140,337
418,158
581,240
359,632
1,001,288

1,570
10,556
44, 474
12,047
63,756

68,986
247,920
295,254
189,715
420,652

97,580
263,871
371,794
336,322
446,571

208
1,017
94,307
98,458
84,486

86,737
255,495
222.883
194,268
315,486

5,315
882
28,100
17, 682

5,320
3,988
26,504
21,365
3,645

11
12(
29(
411
528

2,500,655

132,403

1,222,527

1,516,138

278,476

1,074,869

51,979

60,822

1,499,367

68,647

801,875

1,069,567

193,990

759,383

51,979

57,177

208 106
126,925
212,910
1,691,113
487,071
2,934, 756
468,223
1.181,465
196,504
227,871
807,572
2, 766, 509
161, 439
558,418
274, 750
589.938

18 661

122,089
82,338
127,801
1,191,500
170,752
1,282,254
157,120
378, 722
79,864
171,468
597,885
796,995
59,226
352,062
118,371

76 373
37,287
82,029
1,234,868
268,844
1,743.623
276,649
898,932
124,713
218,204
776,679
1,808,304
86,180
443,978
126,256
407,868

70 811
32 305
58,661
1,138,870
143,307
1,326,487
175,920
263,065
77,568
175, 430
661,816
747, 428
60,647
388,856
107,575
262,887

6,673
28,677
17,134
76,648
10,437
9,436
3,085
16,709
27,330
13,637
592
25,040
5,546
10,129

55,342
30,641
285, 736
101, 719
38,911
15,780
30,378
98,460
368,992
3,151
13,192
164,949
18,541

816
7,054
18,655
72,399
203,170
72,365
596,665
2,296
6,248
35,839
746,153
1,579
5,000

261.887
114,220
2
3
Restored to solvency.
Formerly in voluntary liquidation.


13420°—CUR 1913


13

i,258

5 562
2,908
9,442
48,666
35,983
137,318
16,713
29,766
8,264
19,817
51,445
53,287
13,874
25,082
13,135
4,950

* Report not received.

225
23<
280
382

7<1
84
8fl
92
391
397
437

87
106
111
165
37<
888
390
39<
4(X
406
407
415
463
467
481
51fl
531

1
4
8
9
1(

16
17

18
2(
22
25

27
•4*

51
65
68

194

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

TABLE NO. 39.—Capital, nominal assets at date of failure, collections from assets and

Oo

77
86
94
98
101
103
109
118
123
133
192
195
253
274
278
308
320
327
339
357
377
385
401
402
424
425
435
447
451
473
482
483
484
515
521
527

Location and name of bank.

Receiver
appointed.

NEW YOEK-—continued.
Saratoga Springs, Commercial N. B
Buffalo, First National Bank
New York Marine National Bank
Albion, First National Bank
Middletown, Middletown National Bank...
Schoharie, Schoharie National Bank
Angelica, First National Bank
Dansville. First National Bank
Auburn, First National Bank
Malone, Third National Bank
Etmira, Elmira National Bank
New York City, National Bank of Deposit,
Watkins, First National Bank
Rome, Central National Bank
Binghamton, Nat. Broome County Bank..
Rome, Fort Stanwix National Bank
Penn Yan, Yates County National Bank...
Springville, First National Bank
Niagara Falls, First National Bank
Potsdam, National Bank of Potsdam
Carthage, First National Bank
Perm Yan, First National Bank
l

Feb.
Apr.
May
Aug.
Nov.
Mar.
Apr.
Sept.
Feb.
Dec.
May
June
Feb.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Aug.
Oct.
Dec.
Mar.
Nov.
Sept.
June
New York City, Seventh National Bank ..
June
Buffalo, City National Bank
New York City, Equitable National Bank. Feb.
Feb.
Syracuse, American Exchange N. B
June
Medina, Medina National Bank.
May
Cornwall, First National Bank
June
Fredonia, Fredonia National
Oct.
Brooklyn, First National BankBank..
Jan.
Franklin ville. Peoples National Bank
Jan.
New York, N. B. of North America
Jan.
Ne'w. York, New Amsterdam N. B
Apr.
Mount Vernon ; Mount Vernon N. B
Apr.
New Berlin, First National Bank
Oneonta, First National Bank2
, Apr.

11,1879
22,1882
13,1884
26r1884
29.188-1
23', 1885
19,1886
8,1887
20.1888
30.1889
26.1893
9,1893
26.1894
2.1895
28.1895
8.1896
17.1896
3.1896
18,1896
2.1897
4.1898
18,1899
27,1901
29,1901
10.1904
11,1904
22.1904
19.1905
19,1905
25.1907
13,1908
27.1908
31,1908
19.1911
15.1912
17.1913

Receivership
closed.

Jan. 17.1881

Apr.
Sept.
Apr.
May
Sept.
Mar.
May
July
Dee.
Apr.
June
Jan.
June
Sept.
Mar.
Feb.
Dec.
May
Oct.
Feb.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.
Nov.

30.1892
30,1899
19.1893
29.1893
30,1890
2,1888
13,1892
6,1897
31,1892
30,1912
15.1894
24,1901
20,1899
30.1905
15.1906
12.1901
27,1905
16,1898
24.1902
17.1903
27; 1902
12,1901
31,1909
25.1904

Dec.
Oct.
Oct.
Feb.
Sept.
Oct.
Apr.

31,1906
13,1905
31,1912
10,1908
30,1910
31,1908
14,1909

Total (all receiverships, 52)
Total (receiverships closed, 48).
KE¥ JERSEY.
83 Newark, First National Bank
85 Newark, Mechanics National Bank
136 Gloucester City, Gloucester City N. B
154 Asbury Park, Asbury Park National Bank
409 Asbury Park, First National Bank
412 Red Bank, Navesink National Bank
433 Cape May, First National Bank
489 Manasquan, First National Bank
518 Washington, Washington N. B

Capital at
failure.

Circulation
outstanding at
failure.

$100,000
100,000
400,000
100,000
200.000
50.000
100,000
50,000
150,000
50.000
200.000
300.000
50,000
100,020
100,000
150,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
200,000
100.000
50,000
500,000
300,000
200.000
200,000
50,000
25.000
100,000
300,000
25,000
2,000,000
1,000,000
200,000
100.000
100,000

$86,900
99,500
260,100
90,000
176,000
11,250
89,000
11,250
44,400
10,750
43,000
45,000
10,750
22,545
22.500
135,000
11,700
18,000
21,880
44,995
21,640
11,200
297,750
49,350
200,000
12,500
5,950
50,000
20,000
147,800
200,000

11,926,120 I 5,004,021
11,326,120 | 4,604,021

June
Nov.
June
July
Feb.

14,1880 Feb. 18,1885
2,1881 Dec. 22,1896
12,1890 Feb. 2,1894
2,1891 June 30,1892
13,1903 Oct. 23,1906
14.1903 June 9,1906
24.1904 Oct. 11,1904
2,1908 May 21,1910
17,1911

300,000
500,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
50,000

270,000
449,900
11,250
20.700
25,000
12,500
6.000
50,000
25,000

Total (all receiverships, 9)..

1,225,000

870,350

Total (receiverships closed, 8).

l,1757OOO i

845,350

300,000
200,000
50,000
67,000
120,000
112,500
250,000
100,000
200,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
500,000
750.000
100,000
100.000
100,000

85,000
179,000
45,000
60,300
71,200

6 ug '
May

May
Nov.

PENNSYLVANIA.

Franklin, Venango National Bank
Philadelphia, Fourth National Bank
CarlMe, First National Bank
Shamokin, Northumberland County N. B..
Lock Haven, Lock Haven National Bank..
Ashland, First National Bank * 2
AlJentown, First National Bank 2
Waynesburg, First National Bank
Seranton, Second National Bank2
Butler, First National Bank
Meadville, First National Bank
Union City, First N. B. of Union Mills
Williamsport, City National Bank
Cfcrry, First National Bank
Philadelphia, Keystone National Bank
Philadelphia. Spring Garden National Bank
Clearfield, First National Bank
Corry, Corry National Bank
Muncy, First National Bank
 1 Restored to solvency.

2
19
32
53
59
64
66
67
78
81
82
88
110
119
150
151
162
166
172

May
Dec.
Oct.
Mar.
Aug.
Feb.
Apr.
May
Mar.
July
June
Mar.
May
Oct.
May
May
Oct.
Nov.
Feb.
2

1,1866
20,1871
24,1873
12,1877
20.1877
28.1878
15,1878
15.1878
15.1879
23,1879
9,1880
24,1883
4,1886
11,1887
9,1891
21,1891
7,1891
21,1891
9,1892

Feb. 2,1885
Feb. 13,1872
Dec. 6,1882
Jan. 18,1883
Mar. 3,1882
Aug. 5,1879
Mar. 9,1885
Sept. 7,1885
Apr. 24.1886
Aug. 6,1887
Feb. 4,1882
Apr. 15,1893
Aug. 18.1887
Apr. 26,1892
Jan. 31,1902
Dec. 9,1901
Jan. 29,1900
Oct. 16,1896
Oct. 12,1892

Formerly in voluntary liquidation.

45,000
89,500
43,000
27,000
44,450
45,000
45,000
85,340
S7.100
85,950

195

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

Jrom assessments, and disposition of collections, 1865 to Oct. 31,.191-3, by States•—Con-td.

Claims

Total assets

proved.

a t failure.

Collections
from assets
and assessment upon

Loans
paid.

Dividends
paidf

Legal
expenses.

stockholders.

Receivers'
salary
and other
expenses.

0 n>

^ 3
O

777
5,167
31,483
22,236
151,002
12,699
25,846
50,475
131,160
32,463
8,346
58,254
118,510
29,563
21,667

$137,428
389,222.
3,774,704
143,938
684,428
59,461
66,394
46,546
481,966
58,356
351,516
615,985.
68,437
418,316
221,361
432,030
39,116
54,967
72,232
308,281
194,772
79,877

$5,385
45,440
111,758
29,324
53,425
5,010
1,150
7; 746
41,75.4
2.626
37,590
8,461
10,347
10,964
22,702
20,591
4,421
7,954
4,364
11,834
7,319
4,008

3,884,048
260,904
455,776
251,010
29,189
715,367

687,950
50,549
154,541
85,554
4,631
188,773

3,0.90,701
174,263
246,107
148,179
21,627
469,464

37,133
3,961
23,308
3,239
2S
27,148

61,553
2,707,969
1,554,456
474,098
536,692

66,246
5,261,560
% 432,870
425,972
375,986

663
2,353,286
651,672
86,992
12,609

53,877
2,787,649
1,608,083
246,530
331,808

2,268
26,995
21,724
11,979
1,497

5,864,794

27,-911,455

33,823,287

7,360,796

23,569,854

865,798

1,381,320

5,685,271

26,624,735

32,565,553

7,106, 654

22,745,409

829,014

1,327,026

580,060
1,609; 938
83,269
135,808
547,990
520, 644
70,529
760, 259
386,017

154,915
73,925
690
339
26,650
31,884
11,947
48,727
7,533

5S0,592
2, 656,254
30,566
8,753.
259,098
301,224
27,528
344,377
224,058

605, 473
1,863,934
23,466
42,815
392,317
451,424
31,4£8
561,221
205; 111

10,037
3,404
32,214
104,598
166,191
208
198,716
52,996

528,305
1,790,932
16,047
8,753
250,181
259,086
28,071
344,377
134,434

19,338
48,918
372
18
9,306
10,045
121
6.629
1,580

22,690
26,084
3,643
1,830.
14,9391
16,102
2,070
11,4991
10,245

4,694,512

356,640

4,432,450

4,177,219

568,364

3,360,186

94,327

109,102

4,308, 495

349,107

4,208,392

3,972,108

515,368

3,225,752

92,747

98,857

986,637
653,658
115,304
219,983
430,471
176,831
339,715
60,014
518.535
209; 603
169,618
248,477
2.41,304
273,036
1,864,7952,936,662
365,758
716,629
205,895

69,445
303,504
7,068
8,487
41,324
16 072
20,608
714
36,737
11,920
3,345
4,376
4 r 104
8,971
9% 788124,700
8,190
35,836
7,093

434,53]
645,558
67,292
175,952
254,647
29,204
90,424
36,109
132,461
108,38§
93,625 •
186,993
130,772
174,120
2,320,680
2,092,140
149,699
547,184:
79,330

101,387
342,054
46,634
136,474
254,647
33 105
79,725
21, 710
166,587
82,060
96,176
129,505.
135,574
161,497
417,748
537,687
151,847
440> 641
80,636

6,463

$346,726
1,288,321
6,753,555
426,083
952,646
169 303
166 525
119,638
1,265,710
142,377
1,029,402
1,249,466
202,639
618,677
637,996
1,003,147
222,275
291,053
291,536
759,015
328,953
187,593

$17,475
172., 063
904,725
42,269
22,189
508
1,284
19,806
53,337
1,586
152,199
133,89!)
15,?13
37,308
78,977
32,560
9,280
10,324
. 14,980
13,366
18,898
2,202

$128,832
894,767
4,631,393
409,997
651,274
140,333
63,669
210,07/4
848,5"44
58,797
488,172
600,573
180,021
474,828
455,055
598,80*5
141,571
176,171
95,143
343,372
196,074
82,348

$157,782
470,722
4,544,539
193,688
789,018
80,689
77,305
65,800
564,998
99,722
447,223
849,526
103,689
477,964
342,044
619,450
90,906
85,891
147,083
468,067
258,836
118,630

$2,021
1,910
473,936
6,359
17,243

4,910,418
455,614
719,345
510,998
55,096
1,080,933

324,038
37,638
81,752
15,460
3, 728
113,009

3,332,348
170,849
275,930
329,287
21,627
626,499

81,755
9,644,102
4,441,221
988,006
518,640

2,524
1,127,570
1,062,203
39,046
58, 725

54, 752,334
52, 526,343

i

'3




122,240
350,154
56,942
155.140
293,432
47,941
105,643
28,508
260,012
114,122
113,791
158,340
165,669
174,141
580,396
712, 711
213,639
476,4^2
123,933

4,350
4,797
7,846
1,576
57,745
8,420
16,177
519
57,162
85,105
5,292
12,204
11,946

1,267
966
6,668
3 974
11,006
2,31a
10,245
7,167
3,225
10,511
1,425
2,280
50,030
29;, 742:
10,178
6,578

$12,119
7'
34,141 : 8+
183,944 i %
14,0.87 • 9 ?
33,922 ! w
16,215
10;.
IQ{
6,607
10,731
11*
36,111 12;
7,257
35,881
I<V
22,. 433 r 19,
12,206 ; 251
22,838
47,506 ; 91,
35,06914,906
14,624
9*055 33*
26,466
20,150
37'
7,683
38.
40
68,264
408,904
4%
49.
25,058
14,038
2,903
4V
29,982
45
47°
7,361
41,725
4«s
53,656
19,080
51?
10,156 52J
52/

K
8-

nt

4m

m

5U

14,390
8,100 i 1
C
4,691
z:
12,903
24,271
5 013
13,336
&
4,4-83;
fT
24,551
7?
16,475
81
¥
6,73#
18,324
7,321
IK
9,845
IH
55,456
15(
60,177
15
9,136
W
17,059 Uf
2,655
175

196

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.:

TABLE No. 39.—Capital, nominal assets at date of failure, collect ions from assets and.,

Receiver
appointed.

Location and name of bank.

Receivership
closed.

Capital at
failure.

Circulation
outstanding at'
failure.

PENNSYLVANIA—cont inued.
Middletown, National Bank of
Erie, Keystone National Bank
Hyndman, N. B. of South Pennsylvania...
Bolivar, Bolivar National Bank 1
Pittsburgh, Federal National Bank *
Allegheny, First National Bank 1
Claysville, First National Bank
Delmont, Delmont N. B . of New Salem
Mount Pleasant Farmers & Merchants N. B
Philadelphia, National Deposit Bank
Summerville, Union National Bank
Lititz, Lititz National Bank
Philadelphia, Chestnut Street N. B
Allegheny, Enterprise National Bank
Waynesburg, Farmers and Drovers N. B . .
Pittsburgh, Fort Pitt National Bank
Clintonville, First National Bank
East Brady, First National Bank
Pittsburgh, Allegheny National Bank
Pittsburgh, Cosmopolitan National Bank.
Ambridge, First National Bank
Clarion, Second National Bank
,
Pittsburgh, First-Second National Bank..

Sept,
July
Dec.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
May
Oct.
July
Oct.
Apr.
Jan.
Oct.
Dec.
Dec.
Apr.
May
May
Sept.
June
June
July

24,1894
26.1897
16.1902
1,1903
21,1903
22.1903
11,1904
2,1906
29.1907
14.1908
16.1908
19.1909
29.1898
18,1905
12,1906
~ 1907
24,1908
1,1908
18,1908
5,1908
5, 1912
21,1912
7,1913

Apr.
Oct.
July
Oct.
Dec.
Dec.
Apr.
Mar.
Oct.
June
Jan.
Dec.

27,1904
1,1906
16,1903
9,1906
14,1903
7,190:?
13,1907
31,1910
3.1,1910
28,1910
28,1909
7,1909

Total (receiverships closed, 32).

3,438,488

6,519,500

Total (all receiverships, 42)

49,300
6,250
25,000
200,000
30,000
39,200
42,890
150,000
100,000
500,000
15,000
25,000
150,000
500,000
25,000
49,000
1,881,598

12,944,500

Oct. 31,1913

•$85,000
150,000
50,000
30,000
2,000,000
350,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
200,000
50,000
105,000
500,000
200,000
200,000
1,000,000
25,000
25,000
500,000
500,000
50,000
50,000
3,400,000

1,533,090

$63,000
45,000
12,500
10,000

MARYLAND.

Baltimore, American National Bank (receivership closed, 1).

Dec.

21,1900

Oct. 31,1908

200,000

97,800

May 8,1866
Sept. 19,1873
Nov. 1,1878

May 14,1883
July 24,1876
Apr. 10,1894

200,000
500,000
130,000

180,000
450,000
62,500

830,000 j

692,500

400,000
200,000
100,000
200,000
300,000
50,000

360,000
179,200
95,000
45,000
90,000
11,250

1,250,000

780,450

25,000
25,000

25,000
10,000

Total (receiverships, 2)

50,000

35,000

Total (receivership closed, 1).

25,000

25,000

100,000
125,000
2.50,000
100,000
100,000

22,500
28,800
45,000
22,500
100,000

675,000

218,800

50,000

11,250

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.

Washington, Merchants National B a n k . . .
Washington, First National Bank
Washington, German-American N. B
Total (all receiverships closed, 3)
VIRGINIA.

Petersburg, Merchants National Bank
Petersburg, First National Bank
Norfolk, First National Bank
CharlottesviUe, Charlottesville, N. B
Norfolk, Exchange National Bank
Bedford City, First National Bank

Sept. 25,1873
do
June 3,1874
Oct. 28,1875
Apr. 9,1885
May 2,1896

May
May
June
Apr.
June
Aug.

1,1876
15,1876
2,1883
5,1886
23,1894
15,1899

Total (all receiverships closed, 6).
WEST VIRGINIA.

Friendly, First National Bank
Rowlesburg, First National Bank.

July 25,1908
July 31,1912

May

1,1911

NORTH CAROLINA.

Raleigh, State National Bank
Fayetteville, Peoples National Bank
Wilmington, First National Bank
Asheville, First National Bank
Greensboro, City National Bank

Mar.
Jan.
Dec.
Aug.
Mar.

31,1888 Jan. 15,1891
20,1891 Mar. 12,1896
21,1891 Sept. 21,1899
23,1897 July 27,1909
6,1908 Jan. 19,1910

Total (all receiverships closed, 5)
SOUTH CAROLINA.

Sumter, N. B. of (receivership closed, 1)...




Aug. 24,1887

» Restored to solvency.

Mar.

5,1891

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

197

Total assets
at failure.

Claims
proved.

Offsets.

Collections
from assets
and assessment upon
stockholders.

Loans
paid.

Receivers'

Dividends
paid.

Legal *
salary
expenses.
and other

expenses.

Order of failure. •

from assessments, and disposition of collections, 1865 to Oct. 31, 1913, by Sfates— Contd.

^308,322
807,101
115,426
122,280

$204,365
321,519
61,529
93,597

$61,458
34,355
178
878

$110,207
245,577
54,092
82,154

$9,274
10,718
350
3,301

$23,426
30,869
3,052
6,990

3,076
5,021
38,207
210,639

209,962
39,328
531,031
390,875

238,971
50,919
494,069
503,246

6,802
7,618
36,614
58,678

217,308
34,212
428,517
405,142

3,452
2,548
8,138
6,458

11,409
6,541
20,800
25,403

364/406
3,747,271
2,558,704
4,972,944
5,284,786
204,775
331,015
3,871,449
1,545,077
214,186
463,196
35,101,363

29,852
218,813
302,482
546,299
320,469
22,866
84,091
71,446
203,795
13,361
44,014
3,546,005

176,168
1,881,341
2,603,706
1,573,232
1,831,467
153,173
218,815
2,364,379
598,015
140,233
330,139
15,172,223

241,075
3,296,200
1,452.558
1,423,948
3,249,196
155,856
164,050
2,756,907
715,999
136,906
180,402
11,351,142

51,619
750,476
470,269
243,594
818,325
154
2,658
97,138
121,618
2,632
4,451
586,381

179,692
2,195,334
781,100
1,050,121
1,959,621
145,515
144,418
2,544,264
508,398
112,186
148,169

1,000
90,282
35,229
46,742
16,527
1,869
1,958
27,597
17,294
1,607
1,853
243

4,523
93,415
19,933
51,128
74,665
7,321
13,665
45,656
33,786
7,095
6,545
48,260

72,904,134

6,524,332

36,721,986

31,345,690

3,629,035

14,761,721

450,480

879,407

14,814,143

1,173,557

10,008,436

6,61S,382

531,493

5,318,110

211,148

455,259

800,488

66,859

315,579

495,411

113,825

337,310

10,911

30,130

394

860,929
2,493,414
494,870

280,955
165,846

669,513
1,619,965
282,370

190,752
1,452,303
199,112

275
16,393
53,898

165,769
1,374,339
105,763

11,281
24,241
16,327

13,427
37,128
23,110

3
26
75

3,849,213

446,801

2,571,848

1,842,167

70,566

1,645,871

51,849

73,665

1,019,841
272,634
217,912
563,089
3,927,437
295,288

103,842
3,225
2,191
24,882
197,262
1,605

992,636
167,285
176,601
376,756
2,897,197
118,995

299,357
142,320
129,566
281,754
2,477,889
56,013

20.315
4,oi5
559
2,309
1X2,290
18,660

259,487
125,667
101,545
226,308
2,085,826
30,148

728
250
8,232
21,495
108,571
828

18,827
11,858
19,230
31,642
98,261
6,377

6,296,201

333,007

4,729,470

3,386,899

228,678

2,828,981

140,104

186,195

108,186
56,258

9,807
3,967

57,749
53,050

66,911
41,397

4,316
533

51,822
31,829

743
1,245

10,030
2,105

164,444

13,774

110,799

108,308

4,849

83,651

1,988

12,135

108,186

i

$184,131
446,505
53,556
74,601

313,174
67,484
748,155
1,030,095

j

$9,744
36,928
1,209
6,733

9,807

57,749

66,911

4,316

51,822

743

10,030

475,001
261, 780
737,098
342,786
669,104

67,849
8,760
20,685
453
55,415

326,222
118,419
558,623
175,726
250,679

186,976
110,109
468,382
25,582
512,556

1,983
3,346
88,362
3,334
219,874

172,909
86,247
340,942
12,827
269,786

2,988
5,735
17,539
1,834
6,673

9,096
14,781
21,539
7,587
12,765

2,485,769

153,162

1,429,669

1,303,605

316,899

882,711

34,769

65,768

84,009

883

73,343

100,204

80,120

7,152

4,802




266
365
408
416
417
418
438
466
474
492
498
504
371
460
469
480
487
488
491
496
522
523
529

28
29
35
40
104
312

494
524

125
145
169
367
485

117

198

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

T A B L E N O . 39.-—Capital, nominal

assets at date of failure,

collections from assets and

Capital at
failure.

Circulation
outstanding at
failure.

$150,000
200,000
75,000
100,000
50,000
200,000
50,000

$32,900
44,000
16,370
22,500
11,250
197,GOO
20,000

Total (all receiverships, 7)

825,000

344,020

Total (receiverships closed, 6)...

775,000

324,020

Location and name of bank.

Receiver
appointed.

Receivership
closed.

o

196 Brunswick, Oglethorpe National Bank
202 Brunswick, First National Bank.
217 Cedartown, First National Bank
386 Columbus,, Chattahoochee National Bank.
381 Cordele, First National Bank
432 Macon, First National Bank
530 La Fayette, First National Bank

June
June
July
Dec.
Mar.
May
July

12,1S93
17,1893
26,1893
7,1895
4,1899
16,1904
19,1913

Oct.
Sept.
Nov.
Sept.
Nov.
May

23,1899
12,1895
16,1894
30,1903
30,1909
12,1906

FLORIDA.

114 Palatka, Palatka National Bank
159 Paiatka, First National Bank
212 Tampa, Gulf National Bank 1
232 Orlando, First National Bank
289 Ocala, First National Bank 2
304 Orlando, First National Bank
352 Oeaia,, Merchants National Bank
359 Jacksonville, Merchants National Bank
410 Jacksonville,. First N. B. of Florida
471 Miami, Fort Dallas National Bank

June
Aug.
July
Aug.
Apr.
Nov.
Feb.
Mar.
Mar.
July

Oct.
Oct.
May
14-, 1893 May
22,1895 June
June
a, 1897 Sept.
17,1897 May
14,1903 Sept.
5,1907 Oct.
3,1887
7,1891
M , 1893

17,1887
1,1900
24,1899
21,1894
30,1899
10,1910
30-, 1901
31,1901
30,1908
31,1912

50,000
150,000
50,000
150,000
50,000
85,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
100,000
885,000 !

Total (all receiverships closed, 10).
Apr.
Dec.
July
Oct.
Apr.
Jan.
Oct.
Nov.
Apr.

30,1867
23,1889
23,1891
7,1891
17.1893
26.1894
21,1901
24.1905
24.1906

Nov.
Jan.
Apr.
Feb.
Sept.
Dec.
May
Dec.
Mar.

25,1882
26,1900
18,1898
15,1892
30,1897
14,1897
4,1904
31,1906
3,1910

252,900

100,000
100,000
60,000
100,000
150,000
50,000
100,000
25,000
30,000

85,000
22,500
12.900

715,000

235,, 700

50,000
60,000

25,500
13,5U0

110,000

39,000

500,000
500,000
600,000
200,000
200,000
25,000

180,000
450,000
360,000
44,300
42,800
6,250

Total (all receiverships, 6)

2,025,000

1,083,350

Total (receiverships closed, 5).

132
158
163
188
251
404
462
465

2,000,000

1,077,100

50,000
50,000
300,000
100,000
50,000
125,000
500,000
50,000
150,000
100,000
100,000
150,000
75,000
100,000

29,800
11,250
45,000
22,500
11,250
26,720
44,000
10,800

Selma, First National Bank
Sheffield, First National Bank
Florence, Florence National Bank
Montgomery, Farley National Bank *
Mobile, Alabama National Bank,
Fort Payne, First National Bank
Eufaula, E'ufaula National Bank
Lineville. First National Bank
Attalla, First National Bank
Total (all receiverships closed, 9).

42,800
11,250
25,000
6,250
30,000

MISSISSIPPI.

Vicksburg,. First National Bank.
Stark ville, First National Bank..

Apr. 24,1868
Aug. 9,1893

Nov. 25,1882
Feb. 27,1899

Total (all receiverships closed, 2).
LOUISIANA..

7
24
31
324
351
525

New Orleans, First National Bank
New Orleans, Crescent National Bank...
New QrIeans,.New OrleansN. Bkg. As»'n.
New Orleans, American National Bank..
New Orleans, Mutual National Bank
New Roads, First National Bank

69 Dallas, First National Bank
116 Henrietta. Henrietta National Bank..
,
155 Dallas, Ninth National Bank
161 iLaredo, Rio Grande National Bank...
173 Temple, Bel! Comnfy National Bank,.
ISO Bioekwall, First National Bank
186 Dallas, Bankers, and Merchants N. B_.
Brady, First National Barak
....
MrownwoQdr City National Bank *
203 Seal. Antonio* Tessas National Bank..,
228 Yer&on, First National Bamk
.
230 El Paso, El Paso National Bank
237 Llano, First National Bank
,
254 Vecaon, State National Bank.
265
1
Restored to solvency.

m




May
Mar.
Oct.
Sept.
Jan.
Sept.

June
Aug.
July
Oct.
Feb.
July
Feb.
June
June
Aug.
Aug.
Sept.
Fe^.
Sept.

20,1867 Sept. 28,1882
18,1873 June 1,1881
23,1873 Mac. 21,1887
10,1896 Aug. 12,1902
27,1897 July 9,1900
30,1912

8,1878 Mar; 24,1885
17,1887 July 11,1889
16,1891 Aug. 11,1900
a,. 1891 Sept.
19,1892 May
20^1892 Mar. 31,1896
Nov, 6,1901
13,. 1893 Oct. $, 1896
20,1893' Dee. 5,1894
10,1S93 Oct. 5,1903
12.1893 Apr. 30, 1897
2,1893 Sept. 30,1904
28.1894 May 1,1899
2:4,1894 Oct. 15,1902

2 Second failure.

22,500
22,500
33,750
16,170
21,640

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

199

Total assets
at failure.

Offsets.

Claims

proved.

Collections
from assets
and assessment upon
stockholders.

Loans
paid.

$49,463
5,004
44,694
81,579
10,200
91,607
7,006

Dividends
paid.

Legal
expenses.

Receivers'
salary
and other
expenses.

Order of failure.

from assessments t and disposition of collections, 1865 to Oct. SI, 1913, by States—ContcL

$18,619
6,275
4,448
15,069
6,687
18;002
1,549

196
202
217
306
381
432
530

$478,635
640,943
165,275
261,573
93,889
1,113,308
198,715

117,935
48,314
5,360
7,944
25,288
45,4%
12,883

$206,714
239,894
30,839
147,097
5,829
620,782
116,683

$210,655
263,760
87,562
191,192
26,644
866,618
18,241

3,052,338

163,218

1,367,838

1,664,672

289,553

1.149,036

41,962

70,649

2,853,623

150,335

1,251,155

1,646,431

282,547

1,149,036

41,962

69,100

58 319
495,337
158,176

34,885
21,163

9,379
283,020
64,366

14,251
186,071
104,022

82
21,093
21,171

9 492
143,621
64,855

7,874
1,995

1 348
13,483
16,001

449,874
253,889
254,495
357,507
461', 735
827,811

43,082
72,105
7,758
5,245
34,789
53,717

267,930
36,287
149,375
157, 752
239,577
501,479

166,480
75,214
83,879
234,951
203,594
360,727

58,579
35,013
32,639
101,099
47,417
101,635

78,526
25,401
38,215
108,103
122,661
20% 432

13,871
6.539
4,173
7,270
11,655
10,627

15,504
8,261
8,852
18,479
21,861
41,033

3,317,243

272,744

1,709,165

1,429,189

418,728

798,306

64,004

144,822

349,125
352,399
128,889

6,845
3,019
7,435

289,467
172,292
36,336

169,886
125,286
54,019

507
58.647
21,907

132,608
43,022
21,164

12,247
8,299
4,007

24.524
15,318
6,941

224,102
74,488
370, 464
62,295
161,010

4,593
1,812
27,654
7,873
13,304

68,459
16,128
160,995
18,160
79,175

102,092
20,403
223,618
38,458
94,628

17,094
868
85,039
12,781
45,032

73,051
12,938
123,715
19,366
34,016

291
804
3.561
225
4,414

11,633
5,793
11,303
6,086
11,166

1,722,772

72,535

841,012

828,390

241,875

459,880

33,848

92, 764

94,112
110,577

4,608
8,315

33,870
32,220

31,566
44,105

3, 786
12,994

16,654
13,969

1,773
4,511

9.353
7^626

204,689

12,923

66,090

75,671

16,780

30,623

6, 284

16,979

1,987,239
806,993
1,431,055
976,025
517,160
89,506

58,645
8,949
8,964
31,881
14,363
1,384

1,119,313
657,020
1,429,595
599,707
124,763
42,529

1,037,529
622,405
1,010,320
367,044
282,286
31,307

17,477
18,954
3; 630
185,420
154,058
13,338

884,429
549,427
862,263
128,235
103,472
8,470

43,183
25,376
67,569
21,500
3,424
1,151

92,440
28,638
76,858
31,889
16,335
3,132

$133,328
250,731
36,619
88,471
4,080
635,807

$9,245
1,500
1,801
6,073
5,677*
17,666

114
159
212
232
289
304
352
359
410
471

6
132
158
163
188
251
404
462
465

13
226

7
24
31
324
351
525

5,807,978

124,186

3,972,927

3,350,891

392,887

2,636,296

162,203

249,292

5, 718,472

122,802

3,930,398

3,319,584

379,549

2,527,826

161,052

246,160

156,122
148,861
592,090
176, 796
153,973
232,524
651, 749
115,237

30,088
6,594
33,427
218
26,650
59,725
20,686
3,550

77,104
82,156
108,894
59,331
46,177
45,664
122,865
34,489

36,242
104,682
181,527
65,862
52,260
30,587
128,852
63,541

97,644
35,991
7,703
2,000
16,401
20,669

29,377
86,442
49,002
21,927
32,323
15,983
72,671
34,489

825
1,990
9,462
1,348
5,042
7.850
19,125
1,929

6,040
8,463
23,842
6,596
7,192
4,593
20,655
6,454

116
155
161
173
180
185
196

226,301
253,010
540,041
117,140
165,637

10,446
7,768
43,808
2,452
7,554

93,853
96,538
175,360
30,319
50,571

90,305
104,892
248,006
36,360
40,639

22,808
41,432
92,077
9,881
6,327

49,211
50,618
129,550
15,665
20,934

4,244
3,923
4,425
2,573
4,729

14,042
8,919
21,954
8,241
8,649

228
230
237
254
265




200

BEPOBT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

TABLE NO. 39—Capital, nominal assets at date of failure, collections from assets and

Receiver
appointed.

Circulation
outstand• ing at
failure.

Receivership
closed.

Capital at
failure

June 18,1899
Dec. 18,1S96
Sept. 28,1993
Aug. 15,1898
Sept. 30,1901
Dec.
2,1899
Sept. 30,1905
do
Mar. 24,1899
Jan. 2,1902
Oct. 31,1908
Aug. 15,1905
May 9,1905
May 7,1906
Mar. 31,1910
July 12,1909
June 30,1909
Oct. 31,1912
May. 18,1912

$100,000
50,000
300,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
200,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
75,000
25,000
25,000
200,000
25,000

$22,050
11,250
44,000
11,250
. 22,500
22,500
22,495
45,000
11,020

3,625,000

905,695

50,000
50,000
50,000
500,000

45,000
11,250
11,250
45,000

650,000

112,500

50,000
200,000
251,500
50,000
25,000
25,000

11,250
45,000
176,400

601,500

263,900

100,000
50,000
500,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
50 000

90,000
11,250
45,000
22,500
21,800
11,250
11,250

950,000

213,050

2,500,000
500,000
100,000
50,000
100,000
300,000
200,000
250,000
1,000,000
250,000
,300,000
50,000

44,860
44,940
44,500
27,000
45,000
44,430
45,000
44»,980
45,000
45,000
212,600
12,500

Total (all receiverships, 12)

5,600,000

655,810

Total (receiverships closed, 11).

5,550,000

643,310

Location and name of bank.

TEX AS—cont inued.
273 Quanah, City National Bank
285 Texarkana, First National Bank
287 Fort Worth, City National Bank...
288 Dublin, First National Bank
313 Jefferson, National Bank of
322 San Angelo, Citizens National Bank....
330 Tyler, City National Bank
338 Tyler, First National Bank
362 Gatesville, City National Bank.
403 A ustin, First National Bank i
413 Beaumont, Citizens National B a n k . . . .
414 Groesbeck, Groesbeck National B a n k . .
420 Henrietta, Farmers National Bank
423 McGregor, Citizens National Bank.
445 Abilene, American National Bank.
446 Nederland, First National Bank.
464 West. First National Bank
478 San Antonio, Woods National Bank.
506 Savoy, First National Bank

Dec.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
June
Sept.
Oct.
Dec.
May
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Nov.
Feb.
Jan.
Jan.
Mar.
Nov.
June

15.1894
1.1895
10.1895
22.1895
24.1896
9.1896
17,1896
17,1896
29', 1897
3,1901
20,1903
22,1903
18,1903
8,1904
18,1905
26,1905
27,1906
9,1907
29,1909

Total (all receiverships closed 33).,

25,000
12,500
12,500
25,000
75,000
7,000
6,250
200,000
12,500

AEKANSAS.

21
95
113
186

Fort Smith, First National Bank
Hot Springs, Hot Springs National B a n k . . .
Pine Bluff, First National Bank
Little Rock, First National Bank

May
June
Nov.
Feb.

2,1872
2,1884
20,1886
6,1893

Jan.
Sept.
July
Sept.

3,1876
25,1889
25,1895
30,1908

Total (all receiverships closed, 4).
KENTUCKY.

231
349
350
392
507
514

Middlesboro, First National Bank
Newport, First National Bank
Louisville, German National Bank
Somerset, Somerset National Banking C o . Burnside, First National Bank i
Beattyville, National Bank of

Aug. 12,1893 Sept. 30,1902
Jan. 21,1897 Sept. 30,1909
Jan. 22,1897 June 5,1905
Aug. 17,1900 Sept. 30,1908
Sept. 17,1909 Dec. 23,1909
Oct. 15,1910 July 23,1913

Total (all receiverships closed, 6).

6,250
25,000

TENNESSEE.

5
131
187
190
219
246

Memphis, Tennessee National Bank
Shelby ville. National Bank of Shelbyville.
Nashville, Commercial National B a n k . . . .
Columbia, Second National Bank
Knoxville* State National Bank
Dayton, First National Bank
Johnson City, First National Bank

Mar.
Dec.
Apr.
May
July
Oct.
Nov.

21,1867 Feb.
13,1889 Apr.
6,1893 May
19,1893 Sept.
29,1893 Aug.
25,1893 Oct.
13,1894 Feb.

4,1870
26,1892
27,1899
30,1905
8,1896
5,1897
20,1899

Total (all receiverships closed, 7).

56 St. Louis, N. B. of the State of Missouri
62 Kansas City, First National Bank.
63 Kansas City, Commercial National Bank...
73 Platte City, Farmers National Bank
74 Warrensburg, First National Bank.
121 St. Louis, Fifth National Bank
255 Springfield, American National Bank
256 Sedalia, First National Bank
284 Kansas City, National Bank of Kansas City
336 Kansas City, Missouri National B a n k . . . . . .
456 Kansas City, City National Bank
468 Butler, Bates National Bank




1

June 23,1877
Feb. 11,1878
do
Oct. 1,1878
Nov. 1,1878
Nov. 15,1887
Feb. 28,1894
May 10,1894
Mar. 18,1895
Dec.
3,1896
July 20,1905
Sept. 20,1906

Restored to solvency.

Mar.
July
Mar.
Oct.
Mar.
June
July
June
July
June
June

26,1888
6,1881
9,1882
10,1879
15,1881
10,1901
24,1897
30,1909
1,1908
23,1902
30,1906

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

201

from assessments, and disposition of collections, 1865 to Oct. 31, 1913, bij States-~Contd.

Total assets
at failure.

Claims
proved.

Collections
from assets
and assessment upon
stockholders.

Dividends
paid.

Legal
expenses.

Receivers'
salary
and other
expenses.

$23,491
3,653
160,470
11,668
14,035
12,368
52,715
154,510
20,211

$56,804
37,249
212,435
4,617
160,122
37,642
52,420
171,946
13,335

$7,672
3,026
24,764
1,389
7,406
3,316
4,397
10,633
2,192

$10,245
5,508
30,989
3,712
10,249
8,953
14,499
16,935
5,132

141

12,180
5,341
2,019
1,646
6,977
1,789
2,427
12,908

Loans
paid.

$227,803
91,311
1,112,131
76,657
344,695
175,923
290,550
773,910
92,243

$4,393
1,809
101,730
2,076
3,112
10,178
3,117
37,241
7,065

$136,485
36,429
491,071
5,936
167,778
43,524
168,471
307,692
12,262

$98,212
49,436
428,658
29,736
191,812
64,389
124,031
354,024
42,194

593,987
245,747
212,025
138,762
348,652
37,927
114,458
1,182,823
57,263

132,313
17,986
39,352
52,260
31,196
6,199
5,182
44,720
5,566

277,288
119,216
89,869
61,088
165,881
6,780
87,032
732,599
21,616

303,486
140,988
124,487
69,934
189,040
10,852
89,532
917,362
38,145

2,144
154,670
23,116

263,850
48,271
88,204
60,231
106,375
6,441
78,674
714,242
10,455

820

22,970
7,364
7,115
5,086
12,230
2,046
5,567
35,542
3,754

9,646,348

758,461

3,954,338

4,450,073

1,151,927

2,731,505

178,367

353,536

61,511
92,429
154,485
1,701,065

20,723

15,142
36,526
120,129
324,093

23,882
56,298
75,503
1,027,586

612,199

15,142
39,812
61,379
291,487

362

5,381

4,745
1,500
52,595

1,878
11,029
12,624
43,951

2,009,490

26,231

495,890

1,183,269

612,199

407,820

59,202

69,482

92,248
1,182,741
685,006
200,106

8,293
218,954
51,799
9,627

22,011
367,356
292,497
120,804

37,719
481,965
430,405
183,803

10,774
113,231
59,775
23,172

15,037
321,412
310,388
140,556

3,075
15,795
23,918
6,582

8,833'
31,527
26,737
7,172

I

127

80,012
19,805
1,951
63,458
576

123,012

19,115

54,218

80,088

12,ii2

56,522

2,013

8,881

2,283,113

307,788

856,886

1,214,700

219,064

843,915

51,383

376,392
143,454
1,479,610
155,806
103,683
46,707
87,848

91,608
54,637
1,500,316
197,030
160,338
57,291
60,041

935

86,139
22,427
3,580
3,026
3,429

1,177
351,991
80,381
32,306
5,910
14,335

65,335
43,289
1,071,619
88,182
112,911
42,387
31,407

6,182
5,032
38,724
9,231
2,087
1,383
5,586

19,156
5,139
37,982
19,236
12,356
7,611
8,713

4,059,275

118,601

2,393,500

2,121,261

487,035

1,455,130

68,225

166,831
1.482,725
22,962
10,947
55,255
164,276
34,165
63,077
70,409
162,553
107:974
44,295

1,935,721
392,394
75,175
32,449
156,260
1,130,254
81,921
260,192
872,378
1,005,594
751,851
122,144

3,091,730
351,377
94,613
20,819
172,878
1,174,519
161,824
359,083
1,400,874
1,012,203
1,150,688
137,899

658,784
1,791
3,048
1,633
47,315
19,446
49,318
242,230
366,499
204,802
386,919
4,337

2,165,388
316,828
52,514
11,803
100,870
1,091,416
87.347
43*868
- 947,455
744,114
751,719
88,809

79,802
5,444

23,873

161,036
27,314
1,604
3,005
8,176
32,974
16,314
35,495
52,835
37,024
7,887
19,119

15,921,004

2,385-469

6,816,333

9,128,507

1,986,122

6,402,131

249, 727

402, 783

15,684,662

2,341,174

6,694,189

8,990,608

1,981,785

6,313,422

225,854

383,664

231
34<
350
392
507
514

110,193

4,822,109
1,856,661
184,971
72,492
330,363
1,666,902
407,616
771,150
2,449,033
1,635,972
1,487,393
236,342

?1
9^
113
186

83,150

471,991
150,681
2,528,187
404,944
247,293
103,926
152,253

27?
28f
28"
28?
31?
322
33T
33?
362
403
413
41<
42C
423
445
44d
46<
478
506




576
850

3,838
28,906
8,345
37,490
34,085
26,263
255

131
187

m

21<
24ti

26S

5ft
62
&
7i
7
<

12]

25fi

256
2&
33fi

45d
46S

202

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

TABLE NO. 39.—Capital, nominal assets at date of failure, collections from assets and

Location and name of bank.

Receiver
appointed.

Receivership
closed.

Capital at
failure.

"
2
o
Mansfield, First National Bank
Tiffin, First National Bank
Greenfield, First National Bank i
West Liberty, Logan National Bank
Cincinnati, Fidelity National Bank
Cincinnati, Metropolitan National Bank..
Xenia, Second National Bank
Lima, Lima National Bank
Hillsboro, Citizens National Bank
Hillsboro, First National Bank
Franklin, First National Bank
Lisbon, First N. B. of New Lisbon
Flushing, First National Bank
Belmont, First National Bank
Wooster, Wooster National Bank
Conneaut, First National Bank
Barberton, First National Bank
Orrville, First National Bank
Dresden, First National Bank
Rock Creek, First National Bank
Niles, First National Bank
Portsmouth, Farmers National Bank . . . .
Galion, Gallon National Bank
Oberlin, Citizens National Bank
Leetonia, First National Bank
Columbus, Merchants & Mfrs. N. B. 1
Middleport, Middleport National Bank...
Columbus, Union National Bank

Oct.
Oct.
Dec.
Oct.
June
Feb.
May
Mar.
June
July
Feb.
Nov.
Nov.
Feb.
Nov.
Dec.
May
Sept.
Oct.
July
Sept.
Feb.
Feb.
Nov.
Nov.
Feb.
May
Dee.

18,1873
22.1875
12.1876
18,1884
27,1887
10,1888
9,1888
21.1892
16.1893
22.1896
17.1897
3,1898
5,1898
25,1902
23,1904
20.1904
26.1905
27,1905
15.1907
20.1908
3,1908
8,1896
15,1904
28,1904
4,1907
16,1910
9,1910
7,1911

Nov. 30,1883
Mar. 10,1879
Nov. 25,1882
Jan. 22,1890
Oct. 30,1909
June 27.1888
Jan. 21.1889
Apr. 12,1893
Apr. 29,1901
Aug. 27.1907
Oct. 1,1906
May 18.1903
June 15,1901
Feb. 29.1904
Sept. 30.1908
Sept. 30.1909
June 11.1909
Sept. 24,1907
Aug. 31.1910
Feb. 1,1910
Sept. 30,1909
Sept. 29.1911
Oct. 31,1913
June 30,1913
Sept. 29,1911
Oct. 31,1913

Circulation
outstanding at
failure.

$100,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
1.000,000
1,000,000
150,000
200,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
300,000
250,000
60.000
60,000
100,000
500,000
50,000
750,000

$90,000
45,000

5,445,000

1,454,800

4,645,000

1,354,800

50,000
50,000
132,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
250,000
100,000
300,000
200,000
50,000
200,000
100,000
25,000
150,000
50,000

45,000
43,800
45,000
45,000
27,000

24,548
12,500
37,500
-25,000

Total (all receiverships, 16)

1,857,000

444,008

Total (receiverships closed, 15).

30
39
50
100
115
122
126
176
201
317
355
376
379
405
440
443
449
458
472
493
495
309
427
442
476
609
512

1,807,000

419,008

Dec. 4.1875
50,000
Feb. 15; 1886
250,000
Nov. 20,1883
500,000
Mar. 4,1886
200,000
Feb. 28,1885
250,000
July 23,1881
50,000
Dec. 31,1907
750,000
Feb. 23,1892
200,000
Mar. 1,1884
500,000
Jan. 4,1894
75,000
Feb. 10,1888
50,000
Feb. 27,1893
200,000
Sept. 30,1905 1,000,000
Apr. 3,1897
100,000
May 2,1900 1,000,000
> Restored to solvency.

45,000
135,000
90,000

Total (all receiverships, 28)
Total (receiverships closed, 26).

23,400
90,000
72,000
33,750
45,000
22,500
22,150
22,200
11,250
11,250
49,500
100,000
12,500
50,000
12,500
50,000
50,000
286,800
45,000
60,000
50,000
100,000
100,000

INDIANA.
33
36
52
57
80
91
96
181
221
233
244
375
421
426
452
477

14
22
38
42
47
54
60
§1
76
93
102
137
191
194
214

Anderson, First National Bank
Princeton, Gibson County National Bank.
Franklin, First National Bank
Delphi, First National Bank
Monticelio, First National Bank
Lawrenceburg, City National Bank l
Richmond, Richmond National Bank
Vincennes, Vinconnes National Bank
Indianapolis, Indianapolis National Bank.
Muncie, Citizens National Bank2
North Manchester, First National Bank...
Logansport, State National Bank *
•
Elkhart, Indiana National Bank
Matthews, First National Bank
Terre Haute, Vigo County National Bank.
Aurora, Aurora National Bank

Roekford, First National Bank
Chicago, Scandinavian National Bank
Chicago, Cook County National Bank
Chicago, Fourth National Bank i
Chicago, City National Bank
Winchester, First National Bank
Chicago, Third National Bank
Chicago, Central National Bank 1
Chicago, German National Bank
Monmouth, First National Bank
Bushnell, Farmers National Bank
Chicago, Park National Bank
Chicago, Columbia National Bank
Evanston, Evanston National Bank
Chicago, Chemical National Bank
1 Formerly in voluntary liquidation.




Nov.
Nov.
Feb.
July
July
Mar.
July
July
Aug.
Aug.
Oct.
Sept.
Nov.
Feb.
June
Nov.

Mar.
Dec.
Feb.
Feb.
May
Mar.
Nov.
Dec.
Dec.
Apr.
Dec.
July
May
June
July

23.1873
28.1874
13,1877
20,1877
18,1879
11,1884
23,1884
22.1892
3,1893
14.1893
16,1893
27,1898
19.1903
13.1904
28.1905
4,1907

15,1869
12,1872
1.1875
1.1876
17.1876
16.1877
24.1877
1.1877
20.1878
22,1884
17,1884
14,1890
22,1893
17,1893
21,1893

May 31.1904
Sept. 18,1876
Sept. 14,1881
Oct. 15,1881
Feb. 6,1883
Oct. 25,1886
Sept. 30,1890
Oct. 24,1S00
May 3,1900
Nov. 17,1893
June 9,1902
Oct. 7,1899
Mar. 31,1910
Sept. 30.1905
June 2,1909

45,000
22,500
44,160
27,000

49,500
45,000
597,840
45,000
27,000
44,000
45,000
43r600
22,500
45,000

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

203

from assessments, and disposition of collections, I860 to Oct. 31, 1913, by States—Contd.
1

Total1 assetsat failure.

Offsets.

Claims
proved.

Collections
from assets
and assessment upon

Loans
paid.

Dividends
paid.

Legal
expenses.

stockholders.

Receivers'
salary
and other
expenses.

*-< 3

5

11,140
838,120
17,528
13,275
53,282
50,423
79,193
4,368
3,943
6,226
13.703
44,289
30,129
19,997
10,148
6,842
242
44,619
15,713
27, 755
40,375
6,930

$175,081
237,824
35,028
84,978
4,344,281
398,236
311,028
174,356
358,055
182,207
72,166
132,585
59,753
217,294 327,298186,455
187,516
21,070
216,643
99,663
508,267
303,898
324,050
353,624
146,830

$120,344
196,903
16,371
75,532
3,196,898
1,391,306
330,471
266,249
294,054
237,261
91.302
117,640
69.883
233,614
338,603
116,951
190,348
20; 870
259,820
115,696
647,049
292,061
241,744
301,751
171,364

650
3,409,993

322,253

1,935,472

650
1,916,816

287,191

1,543,500

7,238

31,961

22;156,084

1,726,675

11,393,653

11,251,551

1,860,662

8,316,546

287,743

18,745,441

1,404,422

9,458,181

9,334,085

1.573,471

6,773,046

280,505

400,945

835,433
125,178
369,806
201,578
49,771
32,646
734,838
397,615
2,248,886

10,410
3,595
60,311
62, 774
8, 411
52
32,233
7,164
179,701

144,606
62,646
18-5,760
133,112
21,182
46,441
365,931
226,535
1,112,567

89 896
67,251
197,633
103,235
34,096
40,309
371,715
225,149
1,226,401

72,089
62,646
173,512
81,941
20,998
26,809
275-, 684
197,292
678,902

4,718

296
520
4,059
10
3,392
64,035
12,869
454,790

5,146
2,690
1,792
2,223
5,168
3,615
34,095

13,089
4,309
9,716
10,919
11,296
7,885
"26,828
11.373
58,614

198,415
127.913
863,030
144.385
1,312,340
204,516

8,520

98> 775

49,173
5,886
89,182
11,083

620,752
75,191
655,486
126,354

126,751
30,896
346,354
51,902
1,038,575
145,781

30.807
21,980
16,935
24,791
302,195
1,853-

295,431
22,409
686,555
126,354

3,242
1,660
6, 934
715
12,072
1,129

10,077
3,356
27,054
3,987
31.182
14,233

7,346,350

528,495

3,875,338

4,095,944

938,532

2,803,247

85,199

243,918

7,141,834

517,412

3,748,984

3,950,163

936,679

2,676,893

84,070

229,685

38,182
392,966
2,699,787
227,236
1,104.007
226,937
3,349,961
506,271
711 870
313,283
91,172
783.403
2,589,885
201,178
2,910,745

274
6,211
452,953
2,100
48,381
6,537
95,121
7,245
6. 170
5,320
3,411
75,645
354,156
4,220
354,354

69,874
254,901
1,795,992
35,801
703,658
140,735
1,061,598
298.324
197 353
245,599
86,258
465,760
968,221
80,971
1,342,490

37,908
172,131
365,274
33,349
643,544
111,271
2,181.471
222,676
264 174
330,163
96,332
512,013
1,152,073
94,552
1,712,489

2,926
1,30056,921

29,277
143,209
228,412
18,25:8
545.593
89,715
1,071,774
193,941
182,572
264.268
88-. 263
452,017
789,698
56,560
1,424,484

2, 705
6,037
42,067
4,731
13.8022,082
33,126
13,104

3,000
21,564
37,874
10,348
20,230
10,669
135,046
15,631
32,136
20.738
8,244
13,029
50.137
9,443
40,326

3(
3:
51
100
11"

432,906

$296,910
342,059
58,051
138,848
7,649,834
2,588,897
544,578
.520,002
616,518
393,746
135,142
244,763
117,989
300,140
460,542
283,896
265,717
57,653
375,483
156,107
1,063,886
753,031
513.008
551,855
316,186

$5,735
60,447




$74,8W
1,893
330,643
782,390
1,169
1,920
11,930
12,551
18,558
1,516
524
8,654
34.351
26.054
1. 943
1,8-84
35,984
37
96,151
10,016
50,957
37,563
31,S&7

63,475
8,805
420,001
49,466
14,434
41,906
211,801
20,506
168,118

$107,258
108,318
9,456
59', 057
2,f31O,351
400,998
318,554
179,691
244,888
182.207
53,221
95,083
62,649
213,074
286,05874,006
176,372
16,435
194,978
102, 761
522,639
231,093
159,020
243, 746
121,133

82,625

$1,270
2 751
5,012
147,413
630
1,810
7,5"6o13,874
8,346
6,450
5,099
549
3,096
4, 723
5,81:6
3,062
711
8,961
3,, 728
6,136
16,561
13.144
7, 757
6,051

16,600
1,825
4,455
50,087
8.043
49,401

$11,362
13,689
4 164
9,440
308,491
11,572
4,622
7,354
23.362
21,056
13,073
15,942
6.161
6,819
13,471
11,075
8,981
1,840
19,897
6.236
9,440
30,203
17,717
12,685
12,293

12C
17C
201
317
355
37v)
40n
440
443

44°
458
479
495
42-7
44?
476
509
512
519

33
36
52
57
80
91
181
221
233
244
375
42L
426
45?
477

14
22
38
4?
47
54
60
61
76
93
10V<
137
191
194
214

204

REPOBT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURKENCY,

TABLE NO. 39.—Capital, nominal assets at date of failure, collections from assets and

Capital at
failure.

Circulation
outstanding at
failure.

$50,000
200,000
1,000,000
50,000
100,000
200,000
38,500

$43,750
45,000
50,000
50,000
200,000
9,500.

6,813,500

1,632,690

50,000
100,000
50,000
100,000
300,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000

11,250
44,000
11,250
33,250
44,280
11,250
11,250
22,500

Total (all receiverships, 10)

1,350,000

415,030

Total (receiverships closed, 13).

1,150,000

283,530

50,000
135,000
200,000
50,000
25,000
100,000

45,000
10,930
43,725
12,500
6,250
25,000

Total (all receiverships, (>)

560,000

143,405

Total (receiverships closed, 5).

460,000

118,405

100,000
30,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
150,000
50,000
300,000
75,000
100,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
100,000

90,000
27,000
45,000
22,500
11,250

Total (all receiverships, 16)

1,455,000

513,655

Total (receiverships closed, 14)..

1,305,000

378,655

Location and name of bank.

Receiver
appointed.

Receivership
closed.

ILLINOIS—continued.
224
333
340
454
455
459
502

Kankakee, First National Bank l
Aug. 5,1893
Nov. 10,1896
Rockford, Second National Bank
Dec. 21,1896
Chicago, National Bank of Illinois
Spring Valley, Spring Valley Nat'l Bank... July 5,1905
do.
Toluca, First National Bank
Oct. 7,1905
Peoria, Peoria National Bank.
Feb. 9,1909
Benton, Coal Belt National Bank.

Dec.
May
Sept.
June
Aug.
Nov.
Apr.

4,1893
6,1901
30,1906
15,1912
10,1911
13,1907
7,1909

Total (all receiverships closed, 22).

128
152
205
222
252
328
329
337
341
368
369
383
395
396
505
520

Lowell, Lowell National Bank
Marshall, National City Bank
Greenville, City National Bank
Big Rapids, Northern National Bank
Detroit, Third National Bank
Mount Pleasant, First National Bank
Ithaca, First National Bank
Saginaw, First Nat'l Bank of East Saginaw.
Big Rapids, Big Rapids National B a n k 2 . .
Benton Harbor, First National Bank
Sault Ste. Marie, Sault Ste. Marie Nat'l B'k.
Niles, Citizens National Bank
White Pigeon, First National Bank
Niles, First National Bank
Iron wood, First National Bank
Albion, Albion National Bank

Sept.
June
June
Aug.
Feb.
Oct.
Oct.
Dec.
Dec.
Sept.
Dec.
July
Dec.
Mar.
June
Jan.

19,1888
22,1891
27,1893
5.1893
1.1894
7,1896
14,1896
10.1896
31,1896
21.1897
10,1897
8,1899
27,1900
9,1901
21,1909
4,1912

Mar.
June
May
Mar.
Mar.
Oct.
Aug.
Apr.
May
Nov.
June
Sept.

24,1890
31,1895
24,1899
31,1909
31,1903
20,1903
21,1901
15,1899
30.1901
31,1900
15,1898
10.1902
27,1901

11,250
22,000
11,250
50,000
99,000
12,500
20,000

WISCONSIN.
46
296
298
439
450
508

La Crosse, First National Bank
West Superior, Superior National Bank..
West Superior, Keystone National Bank.
Berlin, Berlin National Bank
:....•
Ladysmith, First National Bank
Mineral Point, First National Bank

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Nov.
June
Oct.

11,1876
• 6,1895
15,1895
17,1904
2,1905
12,1909

July
Feb.
Aug.
Dec.
Mar.

20,1882
26,1897
31,1899
31,1911
13,1912

IOWA.
12
43
44
124
198
292
293
323
335
343
356
398
422
436
475
499

Keokuk, First National Bank.
Bedford, First National Bank
Osceola, First National Bank
Dubuque, Commercial National Bank..
Cedar Falls, First National Bank
Ida Grove, First National Bank 2
Pella, First National Bank
Sioux City, Sioux National Bank
Decorah, First National Bank J
Sioux City, First National Bank
Griswold, First National Bank
Lo Mars, Le Mars National Bank
Storm Lake, First National Bank
Grmnell, First National Bank
Chariton, First National Bank
Carroll, First National Bank

1

Restored to solvency.




Mar.
Feb.
Feb.
Apr.
June
June
June
Sept.
Nov.
Jan.
Feb.
Apr.
Jan.
July
Oct.
Oct.

3,1868
1,1876
26,1876
2,1888
13,1893
4,1895
5.1895
9.1896
24.1896
7,1897
17.1897
17,1901
2.1904
27', 1904
31,190/
21,1908

Nov.
Mar.
Feb.
Nov.
Jan.
Apr.
Sept.
July
Oct.
Mar.
Sept.
Jan.
Sept.
Oct.

30,1872
28,1883
28,1878
11,1892
6,1897
21.1896
30,1904
24,1902
1,1903
16.1897
30,1903
5,1903
30,1911
31,1910

* Formerly in voluntary liquidation.

11,700
44,100
17,320
10,887
23,900
49,998
25,000
50,000
85,000

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

205

from assessments, and disposition of collections, 1865 to Oct. 81, 1913, by States—Gontd.
Collections
from assets
and assessment upon
stockholders.

Loans
paid.

Dividends
paid.

Legal
expenses.

Receivers'
salary
and other
expenses.

Total assets.

Offsets.

Claims
proved.

$724,750
21,868,261
538,498
461,392
1,402,876
70,400

$17,569
1,340,736
8,328
34,686
75,616
2,442

$290,771
11,585,189
424,826
275,870
610,605
10,580

$459,912
14,233,221
208,268
295,842
1,108,047
22,541

$149,866
1,989,289
6,673
1,215
442,817
10,723

$273,222
11,932,745
175,237
264,835
627,200
10,085

$5,697
158,622
11,274
7,199
2,216

$18,969
152,565
15,079
15,447
23,122
1,133

41,212,060

2,901,475

20,945,376

24,257,251

3,663,242

18,859,965

433,073

654,730

174,786
220,268
349,659
451,947
604,909
135,675
163,394
609,337
93,262
162,310
169,922
212,751
118,812
455,659
699,615
174,099

1,840
4,199
3,519
6,555

4,652
3,227
26,395
84,577
19,516

90,136
155,040
237,099
240,802
364,448
49,053
62,044
294,788
19,086
81,660
71,250
134,755
45,222
402,437
601,776
388,965

100,149
179,844
120,849
349,392
305,880
74,960
92,604
402,332
20,831
113,790
83,273
144,295
65,059
403,252
292,752
136,244

1,466
9,121
29,345
70,633
54,429
15,723
8,935
63,488
125
14,731
1,361
12,263
9,291
34,943
15,776
3,285

93,051
162,987
64,344
229,966
235,178
42,283
67,435
289,710
9,817
86,197
79,211
114,532
45,858
322,306
213,007
97,241

1,923
261
11,208
17,506
6,819
5,349
3,483
3,651
3,854
2,859
20
3,562
1,304
15,779
16,566
429

3,348
7,47515,952
31,287
9,454
11,605
12,751
18,243
7,035
9,308
2,681
13,938
2,455
21,491
21,949
8,460

4,536
20,731
44,279
63
11,149

4,796,405

3,238,561

2,885,506

344,915

2,153,123

94,573

197,432

104,750

1,845,383

2,053,258

290,911

1,520,569

61,799

145,532

169,912
249,077
474,665
262,344
73,006
801,754

4,296
1,227
34,212
5,909
7,927
45,159

135,952
92,598
183,021
124,364
32,594
606,238

85,107
118,256
139,350
167,345
37,244
552,576

5,385
8,673
33,376
66,407
4,298
153,299

65,783
100,285
89", 052
86,766
24,567
315,244

5,060
2,783
4,127
4,394
2,937
22,784

8,879
6,515
12,801
9,778
5,442
23,784

2,030,758

98,730

1,174,767

1,099,884

271,438

681,697

42,085

67,199

1,229,004

53,571

568,529

547,308

118,139

366,453

19,301

43,415

316,375 i
75,604
115,213
702,711
216,293
6,007
86,083
1,208,745
371,965

33,454
3,510
3,043
71,172
10,491

205,256
56,457
34,535
435,319
126,411

15,507

61,853
146,199
224,862

3,928
5,810
4,573
4,826
5,499
752,500
13,165

134,929
12,624
34,536
248,132
75,969

9,494
17,073
35,682

168,448
23,265
48,488
273,091
90,768
6,007
66,027
947,925
148,817

39,969
114,035
104,551

3,977
1,367
2,077
4,408
2,825
210
6,513
13,879
10,410

14,008
9,274
7,935
14,741
7,401
971
9,249
20,636
20,691

128,335
251,793
259,065
474,782
973,165
683,159

5,395
9,424
14,917
12,346
100,496
112,272

58,906
122,403
139,455
337,215
1,311,365
407,900

83,502
122,403
134,287
323,245
708,375
251,008

15,227
27,632
74,898
6,075
32,855
42,295

44,866
75,971
37,786
290,220
599,272
163,534

5,201
7,537
6,639
3,657
48,594
12,288

10,998
6,383
14,964
23,293
22,379
22,762

5,869,295
;

235,238

3,467,032

438,769

3,668,138

3,395,656

1,004,790

1,976,394

129,582

205,685

4,212,971

226,001

1,948,873

2,436,273

929,640

1,213,588

68,700

160,544




206

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

TABLE NO-. %&.—Capital, nominal assets at date of failure, collections from assets and

Location and n a m e of bank, v

Receiver
appointed.

Receivership
closed.

Capital at

failure.

Circulation
outstanding at
failure.

MINNESOTA.

Duluth, First National Bank
Minneapolis, National Exchange Bank
Laker City,. First National Bank
Anoka, First National Bank
Duluth, Marias National Bank
Minneapolis, Colombia National Bank
Minneapolis, Union National Bank
Faribault, First National Bank..
.,

Mar.
May
Jan.
Apr.
Nov.
Jan.
Mar.
Jan.

13.1876
24.1877
4,1886
22r1889
11,1896
14,1897
20>1897
3,1905

Jan. 31,1881
June 10,1880
June 1,1886
May 4,1896
Apr. 16,1900
Jan, 22.1900
May 25.1901
Sept. 30,1911

$45,000
9©, 000
44,. 420
11,2-50
45,000
44,010
43,950
50,000

lr250,000

Total (all receiverships closed, 8).

$100,000
100,000
50,009
50,000
200,000
200,000
500,009
50,000

373,630

KANSAS.

. Topeka, Ffrst National Bank
Wichita, First National Bank
Fort Scott, Merchants National Bank *
Abilene, First National Bank
Harper, Harper National Bank
Wellington, State National Bank
KmgCnan, KiBgman National Bank
Belleville, First National Bank
Meade Center, First National Bank
Arkansas City, American National Bank...
Ellsworth, First National Bank
MePherson, Second National Bank...
Pratt, Pratt County National Bank
Kansas City, First National Bank
Coldwater, First National Bank..
Downs,. First National Bank
Cherryvale, Cherry vale National Bank
Erie, First National Bank.
Newton, Newton National Bank
Arkansas City, First National Bank2
Marion, First National Bank
Wichita, State National Bank
Wichita, Wichita National Bank
Wellington, First National Bank
Humboldt, Humboldt First National Bank.
Wellington, Sunnier National Bank
Lamed, First National Bank...
...
Garnett, First National Bank
Paola,, National Bank
E mporia, First National Bank
Atehison,. Atchison. National Bank
Arkansas City. First National Banki 3
MePherson, First National Bank*
Topeka, First National Bank
Fort Scott, First National Bank
Alma. First National Bank
Hutchinson, HutchinsoD. National Bank

Dec. 16,1873
Sept. 23,1876
Sept. 25,1878
Jan. 21,1890
Feb. 10,1890
Sept. 25,1890
Oct. 2,1890
Dee. 12,1890
Dec. 24,1890
Dec. 26,1890
Feb. 11,1891
Mar. 25,1891
Apr. 7,1891
Apr. 17,1891
Oct. 14,1891
Feb. 6,1892
July 2,1892
do
J a n . 16,1893
June 15,1893
Aug. 22.1893
June 20.1894
Sept. 5,1894
Oct. 25.1895
Feb. 15r1896
June 26.1896
Aug.. 26,1896
Nov. 1,1896
Feb. 1,1898
Nov. 16,1898
Sept. 5,1899
Oct. 19,1899
Oct. 28>1899
July 3,1905
Nov. 20,1908
Nov. 21,1890
Nov.. 6,1893

Sept.
July
Apr.
May
July
Mar.
June
Oct.
Apr.
Oct.
Apr.
Nov.
Apr.
May
Nov.
Apr.
Jan.
Apr.
Oct.
Feb.
Oct.
June
Feb.
June
Mar.
May
Jan.
Mar.
Dec.
Dec.
Oct.
Sept.
Feb.
Sept.
Apr.

11,1878
14., 1880
8,1881
9.1895
21,1894
29,1893
7,1899
31.1893
14.1902
31.1908
11.1898
1.1893
1.1896
25.1899
24.1894
25,1898
5.1897
6,1893
27,1897
6.1894
28.1897
27.1898
28.1898
18,19.0
20,1S99
21.1900
28.1899
29,1898
26r1899
31,1906
25.1901
1% 1900
24.1903
30.1909
16.1910

Total (all receiverships, 37)
..
Total (.receiverships closed, 35)

100,000
60,000
50,000
100,000
50, 000
50, 000
100,000
50,000
50,000
300,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
150,000
52,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
125,.000
50,000
100,000
250,000
50,000
60,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
100,000
50,000 i
300,000
100,000 !
75,000
100,009*

90,000
43,200
21,240
10,750
11,250
22,000
11, 250
• 10, 750
45,000
11, 250
11,250
11,250
33', 750
11,200
10, 750
11,250
11,250
22,500
21,900
22,500
44,500
11,250
13,000
22,500
11, 250
II, 700
11,250
227.500
45,000.
298,350
99,998
16,875
22,500

3,272,000

1,074,983

* 3,097,000

1,035,588

NEBRASKA.

Blair, First National Bank
Sept. 8,1886
Hastings, City National Bank
... Jan. 14,1891
Red Cloud, Red Cloud National Bank
July 1,1891
July 16,1891
Bed Cloud, Ftest National Bank
Broken Bowr Central Nebraska Nat'I Bank. July 21,1861
Feb. 6,1893
Lincoln, Capital National Bank
May 13,1893
Ponea, First National Bank
July 12,1893
Beatrice, Nebraska National Bank
Dee. 14.1893
Grand IslancL Citizens National Bank
Aug. 14^.1894
Grant, First National Bank
Oct. 24.1894
Kearney, First National Bank
North Platte, North Platte National Bank. Jan. 14r 1895
Holdredge, Holdredge National Bank
I Mar. 15.1895
Formerly in voluntary liquidation.




Apr.
Oct.
May
Feb.
Sept.
D«e.
Sept.
June
Apr.
Sept.
Jam.
May
Dec.

30,1887
7,1896
24,1895
25^ 1896
7,1897
28,1903
5yl890
16,1898 I
3Qyl9ia
17,1895
22,1902 i
1.1900
31,1898

50,000
100, OOG
75,000
75,000 1
60,000
300,000
50,000
100,000:
60,000

soTooa
150,ooa

75,. 000
75,000

2 Restored to solvency.

26,180
22,500
16,875
16,275
13,500
43, 700
11, 250
21, 88Q
13,500
ll T 250
33, 750
16,155
16,875

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

207

from assessments, and disposition of collections, 1865 to Oct. 31, 1913, by States—Oontd.

Total assets
at failure.

Offsets.

Claims
proved.

Collections
from assets
and assessment upon
stockholders.

Loans
paid.

Dividends
paid.

Legal
expenses.

Receivers'
salary
and other
expenses.
!
lo
1

$186,064
368,717
214,768
169,758
534,265
486,542
842,130
841,287

$1,139
21,498
584
2,196
30,817
37,134
167
34,034

$91,801
227,355
127,524
108,127
197,136
188,470
•282,242
558,623

$115,357
217,450
148,611
130,527
188,, 754
280,947
442,071
416,271

$3,616
753
231
26,881
18,805
46,345
8,966
21,662

$88,697
202,753
131,024
87,895
131,995
190,620
276,330
365,204

18,804
1,898
192
4,148
6,678
3,724
9,662
• 10,109
'

$10,005
12,046
2,314
11,603
22,972
15,795
14,787
19,296

3,643,531

127,569

1,781,278

1,939,988

127,259

1,474,518

45,215

108,818

203,098
148.825
85,248
222,997
71,423
122,798
226,239
88,128
72,609
810,671
199,561
169,333
107,954
316,895
90,859
126,092
101,723
102,319
213,478

26,951
17,409
178
1,733
5,600
801
1,541
274
225
56,738
2,669
3,611
429
11,076
7,091
127
11,881'
1,429
13,633

55,372
97,464
27,801
75,638
22,436
56,745
83,756
30,516
18,822
275,923
111,742
42,962
42,059
121,357
34,014
36,156
16,250
33,986
99,610

60,314
79,623
22,146
98,005
31,465
79,666
69,227
41,475
23,341
523,274
94,524
59,141
51 r 646
142,119
26,299
53,350
33,477
49,796
72,990

14,289
16,773
272
20,344
3,025
10,998
1,774
6,224
1,919
219,675
27,722
32,132
8,256
24,326
1,703
16,731
21,623
11,002
5,055

31,668
50,121
16,670
66,221
20,410
60,902
52,178
30,516
11,851
233,984
54,475
21,705
29,813
88,268
18,196
28,563
4,838
35,146
53,334

6,075
2,200
1,488
2,099
872
780
3,529
772
2,897
21,137
2,079
934
5,911
9,852
1,318
2,117
2,453
439
4,886

121,406
352,806
755,228
146,704
132,086
177,308
167,045
135,922
70,806
834,425
253,861

2,078
16,552
131,196
604
2,331
1,405
10,334
27,694
2,402
25,229
9,034

42,396
183,608
181,810
50,431
47,686
61,378
38,709
41,505
10,035
500,426
185,718

16,586
48,834
200,422
20,212
14,982
21,902
8,342
8,856
721
7.1,229
714
4,850

32,935
67,904
110,299
37,872
33,819
49,225
25,023
41,505
10,099
325,415
92,859

4,562
6,337
11,095
5,445
4,400
4,772
2,840
1,797
2,529
21,145
3,443

85
2,229,120
766,612
92,341
267,710

208,523
100,082
128
23,198

14 567
1,540', 306
481,814
31,088
95,751

65,544
136,396
347,358
79,489
68,294
94,924
41,229
56,770
19,633
438,475
104,032
6,296
10 396
1,465,233
408,722
28,163
72,301

161,375
17,121
8,483
26,498

5,718
1,267,851
374,189
6,218
23,938

882
12,913
3,312
5,195
6,827

8,278
1,529
3,716
9,341
6,960
6,633
11,042
3,963
6,674
48,478
10,248
4,370
7,624
16,233
5,082
5,939
4,563
1,553
9,715
>...
11, 461
13,321
25,542
10,824
6,081
8,424
3,582
4,612
4,657
20,686
7,016
1,446
3,796
23,094
14,100
7,611
12,892

45
55
105
130
334
347
3fiO
444

9,983,715

724,186

4,789,837

5,055,133

1,074,970

3,422,728

169,332

351,086

9,623,664

700,860

4,662,998

4,954,669

1,039,989

3,392,572

157,310

330,583

255,747
236,814
192,499
166,097
143,289
1,163,615
220,699
309,659
369,676
97,987
341,711
204,456
143,349

5,645
289
6,756
12,371

80,452
122,528
• 87,086
64,368
72,858
13,875
1,329,841
1,251
120,875
10,226
164,644
25,787 :
208,477
1,797
19,530
10,244
148,435
6, 111
93,9%
4
60,343

204,047
75,715
89,260
73,129
39,007
558,137
86,255
152,051
199-, 531
27,159
132,997
136,237
24,674

106,424
20,565
4,321
16,049
27,143
247,800
38,671
41,131
61,08$
21,353
59,863
37,280
14,405

82,946
41,966
78,198
41,211
3,643
220,126
26,918
91,467
106,827
2,233
50,868
75,652

324
6,943
1,131
*
8,202
2,091
54,496
6,788
4,854
12,070
16
6,534
6,107
2,762

4,279
6,241
5,610
7,656
6,130
35,715
13,878
14,599
19,545
2,004
15,732
14,443
7,507

34
49
72
134
135
138
139
141
142
143
147
148
149
160
164
171
178179
183
200
235
258
264
302
310
31-i
321
331
372
380
384
386
387
453
500
110
247




3

Second failure.

112
144
153
156
157
184
189
211
250
263
267
276
283

208

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

TABLE NO. 39—Capital, nominal

Location and name of bank.

at date of failure, collections from asmts and

Receiver
appointed.

Receivership
closed.

! Circulation
Capital at I outstandfailure. I ing at
! failure.

NEBRASKA—continued.

Ravenna, First National Bank
Kearney, Kearney National Bank
Lincoln, German National Bank
Alma, First National Bank
Orleans, First National Bank
Neligh, First National Bank
Kearney, Buffalo County National Bank.

10,1895
19,1895
19,1895
12,1897
5,1897
4,1898
16,1894

Jan.
Apr.
Sept.
May
Sept.
Feb.

28,1901
25,1898
22,1899
20,1901
18,1907
10,1902

Total (all receiverships, 20)
Total (receiverships closed, 19) .

$50,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
100,000

.$11,250
22,500
21,900
11,250
11,247
10,750
22,500

1,720,000 I

Apr.
Sept.
Dec.
Jan.
June
Nov.
Nov.

375,087

1,620,000

352,587

NEVADA.

250,000
50,000

129,625
12,500

300,000

142,125

100,000
200,000
100,000
50,000
75,000
50,000
60,000

21,700
45,000
22,500
11,250
16,870
10,750
15,000

Total (all receiverships, 7)

635,000

143,070

Total (receiverships closed, 6).

575,000

128,070

150,000
75,000
60,000
50,000
250,000
200,000
500,000
300,000
500,000
300,000
50,000

45,000
45,000
53,000
11,250
45,000
43,420
135,000

A.ustin, First National B a n k . . .
Rhyolite, First National Bank.

Oct. 14,1869
Mar. 23,1910

May 16,1884
Oct. 31,1913

Total (receiverships closed, 2).
OREGON.

Albany, Linn County National Bank
Portland, Oregon National Bank.
Pendleton, National Bank of Pendleton
Arlington, First National Bank
Baker City, Baker City National Bank
The Dalles, The Dalles National Bank
La Grande, Farmers and Traders Nat'l Bk,

July 10,1893 Apr.
Dec. 12,1893 Dec.
June 8,1894 Oct.
Aug. 2,1894 Apr.
Oct.
do
May 7,1897 May
Oct. 13,1908

27,1897
31,1897
28,1897
27,1898
26,1897
15,1903

COLORADO.

Georgetown, Miners National Bank..
Georgetown, First National Bank
Leadville, First National Bank
Del Norte, First National Bank
Denver, Commercial National Bank..
Denver, German National Bank
Denver, Union National Bank
Denver, State National Bank 12
Denver, A merican Nation Bank 3
Denver, Peoples National Bank
Victor, First National Bank

Jan.
Aug.
Jan.
Jan.
Oct.
July
Aug.
Aug.
July
Dec.
Nov.

24,1876
18,1877
24,1884
14,1893
24,1893
6,1894
2,1895
24,1895
25,1896
20,1899
4,1903

June
Oct.
Dec.
June
Dec.
Oct.
Sept.
Feb.
Jan.
Jims
Sept.

2.1884
5.1885
5,1893
15,1899
27,1900
23,1905
30,1902
1,1896
7,1897
30,1904
30,1908

Total (all receiverships closed, 11)....

2,435,000

48,750
426,420

CALIFORNIA.

San Francisco. California National B a n k . .
San Diego, California National Bank
San Diego, Consolidated National Bank
Needles, Needles National Bank
San Bernardino, First National Bank
Riverside, Orange Growers' National Bank
Oakland Union National Bank
Total (all receiverships, 7)
Total (receiverships closed, 6)

Feb.
June
Mar.
Oct.
Sept.
Jan.

26,1895
12,1900
31,1902
19,1903
30,1904
31,1905

45,000
45,000
55,300
10,850
21,800
24,400
150,000

1,500,000 I

14,1889
18,1891
24,1893
19,1895
29,1895
23,1904
14,1909

200,000
500,000
250,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
300,000

352,350

1,200,000

Jan.
Dec.
July
Jan.
Jan.
Mar.
Apr.

202,350

WASHINGTON.

Spokane Falls. Spokane National Bank
Tacoma, Merchants' National Bank
Whatcom, First National Bank
Whatcom, Columbia National B a n k . . .
Spokane, Citizens' National Bank 3
1 Formerly in voluntary liquidation.




22,500
Feb. 3,1891 Jan. 22,1895
100,000
45,000
June 23,1893 Sept. 10,1897
250,000
11,250
June 27,1893 Oct. 19,1897
50,000
22,500
do
Jan. 7,1898
100,000
July 1,1893 Dec. 21,1893!
150,000
2
Restored to solvency for voluntary liquidation.

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

209

Receivers'
salary
and other
expenses.

Order of failure.

from assessments, and disposition of collections, 1865 to Oct. 31, 1913, by States—Contd.

286
301
307
346
364
378
268

Collections

Total assets
at failure.

$93,858
293,330
236,204
142,585
90,892
188,768
252,260

Claims
proved.

Offsets.

$416
17,401
2,807
157

from assets
and assessment upon
stockholders.

$30,038
110,801
81,830
53.582
38;952
103,012
101,820

7,055
3,666

$46,930
81,981
35,920
13,342
20,625
100,011
64,613

Loans
paid.

$20,239
46.523
11,503
3,277
1,799
15,974
21,670

Dividends
paid.

Legal
expenses.

$11,603
24,994
15,544
1,983
7,536
70,724
20,929

$2,983
2,899
2,658
1,795
5,946
6.694
6,500

$9,233
7,565
6,215
6,287
5,344
6,619
12,858

5,143,495

125,858

3,093,468

2,161,621

817,079

975,368

141,793

207,460

4,891,235

122,192

2,991,648

2,097,008

795,409

954,439

135,293

194,602

760,661
152; 197

317,742
4,246

170,012
78,554

223,169
41,722

4,932
6,825

163,982
17,379

9,091
4,823

45,164
12,613

912,858

321,988

248,566

264,891

11,757

181,361

13,914

57,777

374,616
529,935
209,943
182,546
189,861
258, 757
213,245

40,419
16,566
12,959
15,168
16,528
9,364
15,225

179,976
252,860
52,742
'
97,748
64,735
134,021
212,268

237,165
184,083
96,165
76,973
84,953
177,636
177,568

26, 601
14,413
31,343
44,977
20,508
14,768
14,313

192,210
126,429
54,355
21,919
51,118
148,313
141,562

6,481
15,805
2,869
3,082
2,107
2,337
7,868

10,831
27,436
7,598
6,995
11,220
11,874
12, 791

1,958,903

126,229

994,350

1,034,543

166,923

735,906

40,549

88,745

1,745.658

111,004

782,082

856,975

152,610

594,344

32,681

75,954

237,356
746,506
286, 761
182,089
982,846
1,655,297
2,508,718

8,761
36,598
8,970
2,209
30,484
32,339
594,875

177,512
196,356
206,991
102,448
419,341
932,972
668,236

148,792
103,328
164,852
75,244
438,267
631,411
1,390,857

445
5,099
42,223
171,450
321,552
448,620

135,797
73,890
119,390
23,665
219,836
219,388
730,557

3,946
11,987
12,054
3,4§4
14,641
33,312
42,624

8,604
17,251
28,309
5,952
32,340
57,159
51,640

41
58
90
182
245
259
295

509,758
365,338

31,740

200,000
236,796

181,101
266,168

6,513
27?284

152,546
217,545

3,099
2,475

8,180
18,864

318
389
419

7,474,669

745,976

3,140,652

3,400,020

1,023,186

1,892,614

127,542

228,299

773,473
1,658,458
1,224,089
59,067
392,498
602,736
984,690

21,019
51,012
74,095
189
6,943
1,630
26,608

456,667
963,889
625,304
7,288
168,796
552,873
376,585

568,102
622,937
622,587
9,473
189,790
601,106
463,656

59,535
130,943
55,324
678
52,684
33
63,262

482,013
405,004
495,479
1,822
106,879
552,873
319,423

6,001
60,498
17,255
3,477
9,712
253
32,269

16,456
26,492
54,529
3,496
20,515
3,185
30,366

15
511

210
249
257
261
262
361
497

son

5,695,011

181,496

3,151,402

3,077,651

362,459

2,363,493

129,465

155,039

4,710,321

154,888

2,774,817

2,613,995

299,197

2,044,070

97,196

124,673

736,953
1,101,675
136, 145
231,669

70,248
57,063
6,426
7,382

393,011
626,440
73,098
110,039

495,110
320,254
37,996
43,435

85,482
173,633
6,472
9,029

368,251
111,174
19,194
20,071

16,959
10,727
4,508
5,266

24,418
24,720
7,822
9,069

129
168
216
277
279
429
503

3

13420°—CUB 1913



Restored to solvency.

146
204
20(3
207
208

210

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

TABLE NO. 39.—Capital, nominal assets at date of failure, collections from assets and

Location and name of bank.

Receiver
appointed.

Receivership
closed.

Capital at
failure.

Circulation
outstanding at
failure.

WASHINGTON—continued.

Tacoma, Washington National Bank
Port Townsend, Port Townsend Nat'l Bank
Port A ngeles, First National Bank l
Spokane, First National Bank
Spokane, Citizens' National B a n k 2
Tacoma, Tacoma National Bank
Spokane, Browne National Bank
Anacortes, First National Bank
Port Angeles, First National B a n k 2
Seattle, Merchants' National Bank
Everett, Puget Sound National Bank
South Bend, First National Bank
Tacoma, Columbia National Bank
Whatcom, Bellingham Bay National Bank.
Cheney, First National Bank
Ellensburg, Kittitas National Bank
Whatcom, Bennett National Bank
Olympia, First National Bank
Vancouver, First National Bank
Davenport, Big Bend National Bank

Aug.
Oct.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.
Dec.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
June
Aug.
Aug.
Oct.
Dec.
June
July
Sept.
Feb.
Apr.
Nov.

26.1893
3,1893
5,1893
20,1893
13.1894

May
Dec.
Apr.
Feb.
July
Aug.
July
May
Sept.
Aug.
Aug.
July
Aug.
Mar.
Sept.
July
Feb.
Oct.
June
Oct.

Total (all receiverships closed, 25).

$100,000
100,000
50,000
250,000
150,000
200,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
200,000
50,000
50,000
350,000
60,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000

$43,500
22,500

2,760,000

14.1894
8,1895
6,1895
26.1895
19,1895
7,1895
17,1895
30.1895
5,1895
27,1896
18.1896
19.1896
17.1897
20,1901
25,1904

25,1901
6,1897
26,1894
12,1900
12,1900
9,1900
21,1902
15,1899
28,1897
19,1901
3,1896
18,1905
28,1900
25,1901
21,1899
9,1900
24,1902
24,1900
14,1904
30,1909

569,350

100,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
500,000
250,000
75,000
800,000
250,000
350,000
50,000
150,000

89,300
44,400
11,240

45,000
33,050
44,360
22,500
11,250
11,250
43,150
44,190
11,250
45,000
13,050
11,250
11,250
11,250
21,800
10,000
12,500

MONTANA.

Helena, People's National Bank
,
Bozeman, First National Bank
Livingston, First National Bank 1
Phillipsburg, First National Bank
Livingston, Livingston National Bank
Bozeman, Bozeman National Bankl
Great Falls, Merchants' National Bank 1
Helena Montana National Bank of Helena .
Great Falls, First National Bank l
Miles City, Stockgrowers' National Bank...
Helena, First National Bank
Great Falls, Northwestern National Bank..
Helena, Merchants' National Bank
Phillipsburg, Merchants' and Miners' N . B . .
Billings, First National Bank
m.

Sept.
Sept.
Aug.
July
July
July
July
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Sept.
Mar.
June
July
July

13,1878
14,1878
25,1884
8,1893
20,1893
22,1893
29,1893
2,1893
5,1893
9,1893
11,1896
6,1897
2,1897
28,1897
2,1910

Feb. 12,1889
do
Dec. 31,1900
Jan. 29,1894
Jan. 5,1901
Nov. 17,1893
Jan. 6,1900
Dec. 11,1893
Mar. 26,1894
Sept. 30,1907
June 17,1903
July 5,1900
June 17,1903
Oct. 22,1898

10,750
*22," 500
17,100
45,000
42,870
47,940
11,250
37,500

Total (all receiverships, 15)

2,875,000

379,850

Total (receiverships closed, 14).

2,725,000

342,350

50,000
50,000
250,000
50,000
100,000
200,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
25,000

11,250
11,250
44,250
11,250
22,500
46,150
11,250
10,870
21,950
22,500
10,700
10, 750
12,500
6,250

Total (all receiverships, 14)

1,100,000

253,420

Total (receiverships closed, 13).

1,075,000

234,670

50,000
50,000
75,000
50,000
50,000
75,000

10,740
11,250
18,000
11,250
11,250
27,750

NORTH DAKOTA.

Jamestown, First National Bank
Wahpeton, First National Bank
Fargo, National Bank of North Dakota
Lakota, First National Bank
Jamestown, Lloyd's National Bank
Grand Forks, Grand Forks National Bank.
Minot, First National Bank
Grand Forks, Second National Bank
Fargo, Citizens' National Bank
Devils Lake, Merchants' National Bank
Pembina, First National Bank
Larimore, First National Bank
Minot, Minot National Bank
Rugby, First National Bank

Sept. 13,1884
Apr. 8,1886
June 6,1893
June 13,1893
Sept. 14,1893
Apr. 28,1896
Aug. 12,1896
Jan. 7,1897
do.
Jan. 11,1897
Jan. 19,1898
Feb. 26,1898
Sept. 19,1905
Jan. 4,1909

Oct.
Mar.
Sept.
May
Jan.
Mar.
Oct.
Dec.
June
Aug.
Sept.
Aug.
Feb.

29,1885
20,1890
16.1895
7,1904
22.1896
31,1903
30,1899
1,1900
15.1903
7,1897
18,1907
15.1904
17,1913

SOUTH DAKOTA.

Sioux Falls, First National Bank
,
Madison, Madison National Bank
,
Huron, Huron National Bank
Hot Springs, First National Bank
Chamberlain, Chamberlain National Bank..
Rapid City, Black Hills National B a n k . . . .
1
Restored to solvency.




Mar.
June
Jan.
Aug.
Sept.
July

11,1886
23,1888
7,1892
17,1893
30,1893
13,1894

Apr.
July
Sept.
Oct.
Apr.
Mar.

5,1897
24,1894
23,1897
28,1897
7,1899
13,1899

2 Second failure.

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

211

from assessments, and disposition of collections, 1865 to Oct. 31, 1913, by States—Contd.

Claims
proved.

Total assets
at failure.

Collections
from assets
and assessment upon
stock- i

Loans
paid.

Dividends
paid.

Legal
expenses.

Receivers'
salary
and other
expenses.

holders.

o

$140,449
18,855

$14,060
4,674

$91,566
6,008

$17,679
2,112

117,144
6,061

236
241

309,716
262,658
199,766
8,711
16,874
6,401
240,599
52,062
52,494
189,866
93,223
22,511
73,312
62,624
103,512
227,070
448,125

250.664
134,970
158,659
59,765
23,609
20,041
361,686
64,485
53,313
220,349
79,940
26,243
110,153
106,670
156,982
246,073
423,616

58,908
95,832
96,421
33,927
10,607
15,496
206,484
4,247
20,499
41,520
30,869
9,285
69,782
49,821
41,646
2,712
18,935

136,275
20, 727
38,191
8,711
6,400
2,118
115,464
52,815
17,255
127,154
36,259
11,851
26,488
42,811
96,611
227,070
378,952

25,306
5,231
6,629
497
1,157
198
11,114
2,866
5,572
31,541
3,096
173
7,278
2,547
2,985
2,750
5,740

30,175
13,180
17, 418
16,424
5,445
2,229
28,624
4,289
9,987
20,134
9,716
4,934
6,605
9,973
8,917
11,971
19,989

248
271
272
281
282
291
294
297
299
303
305
315
316
326
354
399
441

420,100

3,694,288

3,553,317

1,100,341

1,961,416

171,931

309,244

12,492
7,700
84

168,048
70,191
26,322

89,807
80,383
43,812

9,762
2,125

66,810
69,437
25,006

1,352
634
2,553

11,883
8,187
13,865

$598,663
114,089

$3,312
609

$113,762
8,414

631,879
496,149
553,185
203,100
72,852
73,679
734,074
157,465
125,719
611,240
214,976
83,703
137,777
167,482
279,950
275,237
683,986

7,900
42,896
11,480
2,348
496
2,873
24,594
7,312
1,458
26,732
1,521
79
915
4,830
8,256
7,119
124,251

8,421,647

361,903
136,479
72,043

*

179,716

7,351

84,195

93,152

27,113

47,766

2,817

15,456

70
71
97
209
213

353,646

8,684

140,931

163,163

89,052

53,739

4,387

15,985

218

361,838
5,188,465
1,330,717
1,760,351
107,439
2,558,431

14,480
634,228
56,444
151,469
370
218,032

189,822
2,874,913
660,109
961,666
49,743
1,898,753

168,150
1,686,320
1,020,211
960,178
60,271
1,424,304

38,487
573,400
260,546
270,181
1,804
193,626

106,902
1,022,614
723,098
636,142
53,229
1,108,303

7,208
25,588
10,873
11,130
1,374
21,835

15,478
62,646
23,48?
42,585
3,864
44,622

227
325
358
363
366
513

12,411,028

1,111,334

7,124,693

5,789,751

1,466,096

3,913,046

89, 751

258,058

9,852,597

893,302

5,225,940

4,365,447

1,279,470

2,804,743

67,916

213,436

70,009
136,517
358,796
71,797
430,486
694,253
135,125
218,561
750,974
105,219
189,590
142,176
251,406
253,393

5
1,168
1,093
4,085
5,048
8,320
2,040
4,680
12,547
47,204
5,495
2.301
45,857
21,497

8,131
112,135
50,775
13,689
250,993
353,961
72,309
135,612
266,837
6,834
101, 748
63, 725
97,863
210,299

20,849
65,177
77,985
22,509
187,001
390,123
49,473
166,810
505,520
10,470
119,940
56,960
176,743
137,702

6,515
625
43,135
6,332
20,047
172,863
19,052
33,332
279,405
1,397
14,956
23,699
39,113
17,701

8,807
52,402
21,473
4,107
139,301
169,945
19,452
116.693
194,559
7,074
83,432
20.199
99,460
82,683

52
1,840
2,288
1,078
9,272
21,712
2,325
4,346
10,162
195
5,788
2,918
8,791
3,540

5,475
10,299
10,986
10,992
18,381
25,603
8,644
12,439
21,394
1,804
15, 764
10,144
29,379
29, 793

3,808,302

161,340

1,744,911

1,987,262

678,172

1,019,587

74,307

211,097

3,554,909

139,843

1,534,612

1,849,560

660,471

936,904

70,767

181,304

202,522
166,366
102,657
148,593
90,357
129,927

54,116
2,001
404
37,567
3,638
9,909

54,043
51,012
17,882
43,782
18,652
44,970

78,988
61,293
50,286
60,854
40,315
47,853

16, 764
7,284
34,317
33,452
6,113
16,679

36,929
32,009
9,298
9,350
19,547
15,800

8,407
7,104
1,142
5,868
1,676
4,485

16,770
14,896
5,529
12,184
12, 979
9,458




99
108
193
197
238
311
319
342
344
845
370
373
457
501

107
127
170
234
240
260

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

TABLE NO. 39.—Capital, nominal assets at date of failure, collections from assets and

Location and name of bank.

Receivership
closed.

Capital at
failure.

Circulation
outstanding at
failure.

Oct. 30,1897
Sept. 18,1897
Sept. 5,1900
Sept. 30,1909
do

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

$11,250
11,250
10,800
15,000
25,000

.550,000

Receiver
appointed.

163,540

75,000
50,000

16,875
50,000

SOUTH DAKOTA—continued.

Madison, Citizens' National Bank
Redfield, First National Bank
Sioux Falls, Dakota National Bank
Scotland, First National Bank
Hot Springs, Hot Springs National Bank.

Dec.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Nov.

12,1894*
11,1895
20,1897
4,1907
27,1907

Total (all receiverships closed, 11)...
Moscow, Moscow National Bank.
Salmon, First National Bank

Feb.
Aug.

4,1897
8,1911

Sept. 30,1893

Total (2 receiverships)

125,000

66,875

75,000

16,875

100,000
50,000
175,000
50,000
25,000

22,500
11,250
44,150
10,900

Total (all receiverships, 5)

400,000

88,800

Total (receiverships closed, 4).

375,000

Total (receivership closed, 1).
NEW MEXICO.

Deming, First National Bank
Feb. 29,1892 Aug. 28,1901
Silver City, First National Bank
do
Sept. 30,1905
Albuquerque,Albuquerque National Bank. Aug. 11,1893 Apr. 30,1898
Eddy, First National Bank
Nov. 10,1896 Oct. 9,1899
Texico, First National Bank i
*.
Sept. 5,1911

UTAH.

Salt Lake City, First National Bank (re- Dec. 10,1874 May 14,1879
ceivership closed, 1).

150,000

44,991

Cheyenne, Cheyenne National Bank.
Sundance, First National Bank

150,000
50,000

33,750
11,250

200,000

45,000 I

100,000
25,000
50,000
100,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000

21,800 !

375,000

201,500 j

225,000

52,800 |

50,000

50,000 j

Dec.
Oct.

5,1891
I1,1893

May
Oct.

31,1899
28,1897

Total (all receiverships closed, 2)
OKLAHOMA.

Guthrie, National Bank of Guthrie
.•.
Billings, First National Bank i
Holdenville (Ind. T.), N. B. of Holdenville.
Guthrie, Capital National Bank
Elk City, Elk City National Bank
Lexington, First National Bank
Kingfisher, Farmers' National Bank
Ramona, First National Bank
Total (all receiverships, 8)
Total (receiverships closed, 6).

June
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
May
May
Nov.
May

22,1892 June
19,19G4 Jan.
23,1904
4,1904
28,1904 Nov.
24,1905 June
1,1905 Jan.
2,1908 Mar.

24,1901
24,1905
27,1906
12,1912
17,1907
31,1912

50,000
98,700
6,250
12,000
6,250
6,500

|
I
!
|
!
|

ARIZONA.

Bisbee, First National Bank




Mar. 24,1908
i Formerly in voluntary liquidation.

REPORT OF THE COMPTEOLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

213

Total assets
at failure.

Offsets.

Claims
proved.

Collections
from assets
and assessment upon
stockholders.

Loans
paid.

Dividends
paid.

Legal
expenses.

Receivers'
salary
and other
expenses.

! Order of failure.

from assessments, and disposition of collections, 1865 to Oct. SI, 1913, by States—Contd.

270
275
348
470
479

$146,697
195,275
345,481
124,410
153,172

$19,608
8,072
22,235
13,720
13,313

$54,594
77, 786
203,054
96,432
77,278

$39,359
144, 684
206,287
35,902
112,131

$16,683
50,462
22,407
9,098
26,199

$9,445
77,259
164,898
18,891
80,602

$3,488
5,014
5,616
2,319
219

$9, 743
11.949
13,366
5,594
4,702

1,805,457

184,583

739,485

877,952

239,458

474,028

45,338

117,170

256,711
381,390

5,913
24,439

96,443
113,755

90,824
216,412

31,455
149,905

37,491
34,481

5,630
1,207

16,248
15,437

353
516

638,101

|

30,352

210,198

307,236

181,360

71,972

6,837

31,685

256,711

5,913

96,443

90,824

31,455

37,491

5,630

16,248

286,662
164,162
560,460
134,715
20,465

13,323
12,638
14,021
4,093

146,232
84.382
254,324
51,215

95,861
82,823
392.225
89,555

9,622
12,931
58,745
25,513

64,776
48,802
275,124
51,213

5,314
6,221
23,566
2,757

16,149
14,869
26, 735
10,072

, 1,166,464

44,075

536,153

660,464

106,811

439,915

37,858

67,825

1,145,999

44,075

536,153

660,464

106,811

439,915

37,858

67,825

229,432

2,869

93,021

30,332

19,002

1,166

10,164

37

528,883
110 914

11,819
580

281,903
48,602

254,519
45,926

55,348
8,504

175,801
25,468

8,899
5,650

14,471
6,304

167
243

639,797

12,399

330,505

300,445

63,852

201,269

14,549

20,775

219,551
1,479,087
61,552
51,356
31,807
47.162

45,480
111,949
1,755
1,769
200

134,018
678,050
16,673
16,261
2,086
2,375

75,191
918,090
36,696
25,524
16,422
18,293

15,502
305,239
16,008
12,345
9,647
14,803

26,710
512,484
16,673
3,684
2,147
2,353

6,223
20,353
15
1,677
409
215

15,378
37,032
4,000
7,818
1,859
922

1,894,507

161,153

849,463

1,094,208

373,544

564.051

28,892

68,270

195, 869

3,724

36,295

100,927

52,803

24,857

2,316

15.860

314,605

8,518

114.546

213.C24

125,520

63,099

4,933

19,0S5

3,992

1,261

3,992




174
175
229
332
517

177
4?8
430
431
434
448
461
490

486

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

TABLE N O . 40.—National banks restored to solvency after having been placed in the charge
of receivers.1

Ill
163
200
203
208
209
215
220
223
224
232
233
242
300
318
343
374
401
403
416
417
418
473
498
507

Receiver
appointed.

Title and location of bank.

No.

Abington National Bank, Abington, Mass
Farley National Bank, Montgomery, Ala
First National Bank, Arkansas City, Kans. 2
T.
City National Bank, Brownwood, Tex 2
Citizens National Bank, Spokane, Wash.
First National Bank, Philipsburg, Mont
Bozeman National Bank, Bozeman, Mont
Montana National Bank, Helena, Mont
First National Bank, Great Falls, Mont
First National Bank, Kankakee, 1112
First National Bank, Orlando, Fla. ...
Citizens National Bank, Muncie, Ind
First National Bank, Port Angeles, Wash.2
State National Bank, Denver, Colo
American National Bank, Denver, Colo
First National Bank, Sioux City, Iowa
Hampshire County National Bank, Northampton, Mass.
Seventh National Bank, New York, N. Y
First National Bank, Austin, Tex
Bolivar National Bank, Bolivar, Pa
Federal National Bank, Pittsburgh, Pa
First National Bank, Allegheny, Pa
First National Bank, Brooklyn, N. Y
Union National Bank, Summerville, Pa
First National Bank, Burnside, Ky

Aug. 2,1886
Oct. 7,1891
June 15,1893
June 20,1893
July 1,1893
July 8,1893
July 22,1893
Aug. 2,1893
Aug. 5,1893
do
Aug. 14,1893
do
Oct. 5,1893
Aug. 24,1895
July 25,1896
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

Total (25 banks)

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
6,480,000

National banks which failed subsequent to restoration to solvency.
2
271 Citizens National Bank, Spokane, Wash. ...
2
291 First National Bank, Port Angeles,2 Wash. .
304 First National Bank, Orlando, Fla.
First National Bank, Arkansas City, Kans. 2 .

Dec.
Apr.
Nov.
Oct.

13,1894
26,1895
29,1895
19,1899

Total (4 banks).

150,000
50,000
85,000

100,000
385,000

* Banks which closed and resumed business within the report year not included.

2 Second failure.

TABLE NO. 41.—Dividends, 25 in number, paid to the creditors of 19 insolvent national
banks during the past year, with the total dividends in each case up to Nov. 1, 1913.
Name and location of bank.

First National Bank, Ambridge, P a . .
Do
First National Bank, Salmon, Idaho.
Citizens National Bank, Oberlin,
Ohio
Washington National Bank, Wash• ington, N . J

June 5,1912
do
Aug.

8,1911

Nov. 28,1904

Nov. 17,1911
do
,
DOYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY.
do
Albion National Bank, Albion, Mich. Jan. 4,1912
First National Bank", Rowlesburg,
July 31,1912
W.Va
do
,
Do
Minot National Bank, Minot, N. Dak. Sept. 19,1905
New Berlin National Bank, New
Apr. 15,1912
Berlin,N.Y
Farmers and Drovers National Bank,
Dec. 12,1906
Waynesburg, Pa
First National Bank, Clintonville, Pa. Apr. 24,1908
First National Bank, Chelsea, Mass... Aug. 17,1906
First National Bank, Rhyolite, Nev.. Mar. 23,1910
Second National Bank, Clarion, P a . . . June 21,1912
Galion National Bank, Galion, Ohio. Feb. 15,1904
First National Bank, East Brady, Pa. May 1,1908
First National Bank, New Roads, La. Sept. 30,1912
Atlantic National Bank, Providence,
Apr. 16,1913
R.I
do
Do
First National Bank, Norwich, Conn. May 7,1913
Do
Bates National Bank, Butler, Mo
Sept. 20,1906
Total (19 banks).

Dividends paid during the year.

Date of
appointment
of receiver.

Date.
Nov. 29,1912
June 9,1913
Dec. 1,1912

Amount.

Total
dividends
paid to
Per cent. creditors.

$37,710.47
13,933.97
10,634.05

30.00
10.00
10.00

Per cent.
70.00
80.00
30.00

Dec.

4,1912

24,753.71

7.00

67.00

Dec.
Jan.
July
Dec.

11,1912
21,1913
16,1913
24,1912

10,756.37
11,199.38
11,202.37
19,376.98

5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00

50.00
55.00
60.00
25.00

Dec. 27,1912
Aug. 8,1913
Jan. 4,1913

24,665.64
5,304.05
Ul,254.30

50.00
10.00
11.50

50.00
60.00
101.50

Jan.

8,1913

38,939.23

8.00

68.00

Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
May
May

30,1913
28,1913
26,1913
9,1913
12,1913
26,1913
15,1913
27,1913

78,625.29
7,658.67
3,425.99
4,320.47
49,38$. 54
18,632.88
13,128.92
8,470.70

5.00
5.00
.60
5.50
15.00
5.75
6.00
20.00

55.00
95.00
92.60
20.50
45.00
50.25
66.00
20.00

June
Aug.
July
Sept.
Sept.

27,1913
20,1913
29,1913
22,1913
8,1913

483,163.61
257,624. 71
206,901.81
105,161.35
12,214.37

25.00
12.50
50.00
25.00
10.00

25.00
37.50
50.00
75.00
70.00

1,468,448.83


1
Represents balance of principal and 6 per cent of interest.


REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

215

TABLE NO. 42.—Dates of reports of condition of national banks from 1869 to 1913.
Year.

Feb.

Mar. Apr. May. June. July. Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

4

l

17
24
18

22
27
28
27

. . .

!
!
i

29
19

25

14

. .

15

1

11
11
13

6
19

12
2

1

1

22

1

20

3 j
9
30

1

6
3
30

27

!

k

i
s
4

5
26
24
30
9

13
5
25
6
28
14

6
22
14
5

31
7
20
4

!
!

28
18
4

2 i

3

18
11

28

14
23
14

9
9

i
s
16

!

30

15
9

18

4

25
17
10
9
12

23
1
1

25

29

6
5

20
7

30
29

27
16
10

22

20
14

29
7

25
30

12
12

7
14
5

9

22
11
29
26

17
4

30

9

4

28
28 i

12
18

17
4

^ !

71 .
5 1
4

30

13

1
6
.. .

'

6
12
31
31
30
31
20
24
28
7
12
11
19
2
9
19
19
13
17
15
1
2
13
10

2

13
14
26
28
26

31
17
22

2
1

1

30

24
10
1

28
16
27
26

3

22
29
14
11 i..._ .

1
4
23

21

8 :
9

i i 26
1
30
12
30

1
10
20

9

12
9
10
10
13

CO

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
1912
1913

Jan.

15
23
30
7
14
4

5

1
4

9

Oft

21

i

i Prior to the passage of the act of Mar. Z, 1869, reports were made quarterly—first Monday of January,
April, June, and October.




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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

TABLE NO. 43.—Number, capital stock paid in, circulation outstanding, and aggregate
assets of national banks at date of each report from October, 1863, to August 9, 1913,
together with the total amount of money in the United States on June 30, 1863 to 1913,
and the percentage of national-bank circulation to capital, to assets, and to money in
the country.
[Amounts in millions of dollars.]

Date.

1863.
October 5
1864.
January 4
April 4

Num- Paid-in
ber of
banks. capital.

Circula- Aggregate
tion.
assets.

705.5

23.0
34.4
52.1

10.2
15.2

135.6
215.3
325.8
393.1

66.7
98.8
131.4
171.

512.5
771.5
1,126.4
1,359.7

770.1

49.2
45.9
40.3
43.5

13.0
12.8
11.7
12.6

17.0

1,582
1 612
1,634
1,644

403.3
409.2
414.2
415.4

213.2
248 8
267.7
280.2

1,404.7
1,442.4
1,476.3
1,526.9

754.3

52.8
60.8
64.6
67.4

15.2
17.2
18.2
18.3

35.5

1,648
1,642
1,636
1,642

420.2
419 3
418.5
420.0

291.4
292.7
291.7
293.8

1,511.2
1,465.4
1,494.0
1,499.4

728.2

69.3
69.8
69.7
69.9

19.3
19.9
19.5
19.6

40.0

1 642
1 643
1,640
1,643

420 2
420.6
420.1
420.6

294 3
295.3
294.9
297.7

1,502.6
1,499.6
1,572.1
1,559.6

716.5

70.4
70.2
70.2
70.3

19.6
19.7
18.8
18.9

41.1

1,628
1,620
1 619
1,617

419.0
420.8
422.6
426.3

294.4
292.4
292.7
293.5

1,540.3
1,517.7
1,564.1
1,497.2

715.3

70.2
69.4
69.2
68.8

19.1
19.2
18.7
19.6

40.9

1,615
1 615
1,612
1,615
1,648

426.0
427 5
427.2
430.3
435.3

292.8
292 5
291.1
291.7
296.2

1,546.2
1,529.1
1,565.7
1,510.7
1,538.9

722.8

68.7
68.4
68.1
67.8
68.0

18.9
19.1
18.6
19.3
19.2

40.3

1,688
1,707
1,723
1 767
1,790

444.2
446.9
450.3
458 2
460.2

301.7
306.1
307.7
315.5
318.2

1,627.0
1,694.4
1,703.4
1,730.5
1,715.8

741.8

67.9
68.5
68.3
68.8
69.1

18.5
18.1
18.1
18.2
18.5

41.5

1,814
1,843
1,853
1,919
1 940

464.0
467.9
470.5
479.6
482 6

321.6
325.3
327.0
333.4
336 2

1,719.4
1,743.6
1,770.8
1,755.8
1 773.5

762.7

69.3
69.5
69.5
69.5
69.6

18.7
18.6
18.5
18.9
18.9

42.9

1 947
1,962
1 968
1 976
1^976

484 5
487.8
490.1
491 0
490.2

336 2
338.1
338.7
339 0
341.3

1,839.1
1,800.3
1,851.2
1 830 6
1,729.3

774.4

67.3
69.3
69.1
69.0
69.6

18.3
18.8
18.3
18.5
19.7

43.7

1,975
1 978
1 983
2,004
2,027

490.8
490.0
491.0
493.7
495.8

339.6
340 2
338.5
333.2
331.1

1,808.5
1 867 8
1,851.8
1,877.1
1,902.4

806.0

69.2
69.4
68.9
67.5
66.8

18.7
18.2
18.2
17.7
17.4

42.0

2,029
2 046
2,076
2 088
2,086

496.2
498 7
501.5
504.8
505.4

324.5
323 3
318.1
318.3
314.9

1,869.8
1 909 8
1,913.2
1,882.2
1,823.4

798.2

65.4
64.8
63.4
63.0
62.3

17.3
16.9
16.6
16.9
17.3

39.8

1,294
1,513

638
907

April 2

April 1

July 1
October 7
1868.
January 6

April 6
July 6
October 5
1869.
January 4. x
April 17
June 12.
October 9
1870.

January 22
March 24
June 9

October 8..

December 28
1871.
March 18
April 29.. .
'..
June 10
October 2
December 16 .
1872.
February 27.. . .
April 19
June 10
October 3 . .
December 27
1873.
February 28
April 25
June 13
September 12
December 26
1874.
February 27.. . .
May 1
June 26
October 2
December 31
1875.
March 1
May 1
June 30

States.

25.8
45.2

$0.03

January 1... . . . . . .

Money

Assets. in United

$674 8

14.7
42.2
75.2
86 7

July 2
October 1 . .
1867.
January 4

Capital.

37.6
114.8
252.2
297.1

$7.1

April 3.
July 3
October 2
1866.

Percentage of circulation t o -

$16.7

66
139
307
467
508

July 4
October 3
1865.
January 2

Money
in
United
States.

October 1
December 17



9.7

8.5

3.7

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217

TABLE NO. 43.—Number, capital stock paid in, circulation outstanding, and aggregate
assets of national banks, etc.—Continued.
Number of
banks.

Date.

Paid-in
capital.

Circulation.

Aggregate
assets.

Money
in
United

States.

Percentage of circulation t o -

Money
in United
States.

Capital.

1876.
March 10
May 12
June 30
October 2
December 22..
1877.
January 20
April 14
June 22
October 1.
December28

2,091
2,089
2,091
2,089
2,082

$504.8
500.9
500.3
497.8
497.4

$307.4
300.2
294.4
291.5
292.0

$1,834.3
1,793.3
1,825.7
1,827.2
1,787.4

$790.6

60.9
59.9
58.8
58.3
58.7

16.7
16.8
16.1
15.9
16.3

37.2

2,083
2,073
2,078
2,080
1 2,074

493.6
489.6
481.0
479.4
477.1

292.8
294.7
290.0
291.8
299.2

1,818.1
1,796.1
1,774.3
1,741.0
1,737.2

.763.0

59.3
60.2
62.3
60.9
62.7

16.1
16.4
16.3
16.8
17.2

38.0

1878.
March 15
May 1
June 29
October 1
December 6 . . .

2,063
2,059
2,056
2,053
2,055

473.9
471.9
470.3
466.1
464.8

300.9
301.8
299.6
301.8
303.3

1,729.4
1,741.8
1,750.4
1,767.2
1,742.8

19.7

63.5
63.9
63.7
64.7
65.2

17.4
17.3
17.1
17.1
17.4

37.9

1879.
January 1
April 4
June 14
October 2
December 12..

2,051
2,048
2,048
2,048
2,052

462.0
455.6
455.2
454.0
454.4

303.5
304.4
307.3
313.7
321.9

1,800.5
1,984.0
2,019.8
1,868.7
1,925.2

1,033.6

65.7
66.8
67.5
69.1
70.8

16.8
15.3
15.2
16.8
16.7

29.7

2,061
2,075
2,076
2,090
2,095

454.5
456.0
455.9
457.5
458.5

320.3
320.7
318.0317.3
317.4

2,038.0
1,974.6
2,035.4
2.105.7
2,241.6

1,185.5

70.5
70.3
69.7
69.3
69.2

15.7
16.2
15.6
15.1
14.1

26.8

2,094
2,102
2,115
2,132
| 2,164
I
2,187
2,224
2,239
2,269
2,308

458.2
459.0
460.2
463.8
465.8

298.5
309.7
312.2
320.2
325.0

2.140.1
2,270.2
2,325.8
2,358.3
2,381.8

1,349.5

65.1
67.5
67.8
69.0

13.9
13.6
13.4
13.6
13.6

469.3
473.8
477.1
483.1
484.8

323.6
315.6
308.9
314.7
315.2

2,309.0
2,277.9
2,344.3
2,399.8
2,360.7

1,409.3

66.6
64.7
65.1
65.0

14.0
13.9
13.1
13.1
13.3

2,343
2,375
2,417
2,501
2,529

490.4
493.9
500.2
509.6
511.8

312.7
313.5
311.9
310.5
304.9

2,298.9
2,360.1
2,364.8
2,372.6
2,445.8

1,472.4

63.7
63.5
62.3
60.9
59.6

13.6
13.3
13.2
13.1
12.5

2,563
2,589
2,625
2,664
| 2,664

515.7
518.4
522.5
524.2
524.0

298.7
297.5
295.1
289.7
280.1

2,390.5
2,396.8
2,282.5
2,279.4
2,297.1

1,487.2

57.9
57.4
56.5
55.3
53.4

12.4
12.4
12.9
12.7
12.2

2,671
2 678
2,689
2,714
2,732

524.2
525.1
526.2
527.5
529.3

274.0
273.7
269.1
268.8
267.4

2,312.7
2,346.6
2,421.8
2,432.9
2,457.6

1,537.4

52.3
52.1
51.1
50.9
50.5

11.8
11.7
11.1
11.0
10.9

2,768
2,809
2,849
2,852
2,875

533.3
539.1
545.5
548.2
550.6

256.9
244.8
238.2
228.6
202.0

2,494.3
2,474.5
2,453.6
2.513.8
2,507.7

48.2
45.4
43.6
41.7
36.6

10.3
9.9
9.7
9.1
8.1

2,909
2,955
3,014
3,049
3,070

555.3
565.6
571.6
578.4
580.7

186.2
176.7
166. 6
167.2
164.9

2,581.1
2,629.3
2.637.2
2,620.1
2,624.1

33.5
31.2
29.1
28.9
28.4

6.3
6.4
6.3

1880.
February 21...
April 23
June 11...
October 1
December 3 1 . .
1881.
March 11
May6
June 3 0 . . .
October 1.
December 31
1882.
March 11
May 19
July 1
October 3
December 30..
1883.
March 13
May 1
June 22
October 2
December 3 1 . .
1884.
March 7
April 24
June 20
September 30.
December 20
1885.
March 10
May 6

July 1
October 1
December 24
1886.
March 1
June 3
August 27
October 7
December 28..
1887.
March 4
May 13
August 1
October 5
December 1...

|




1,561.4

1,633.4

21.2

17.5

15.7

7.2
10.2

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KEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

TABLE NO. 43.—Number, capital stock paid in, circulation outstanding, and aggregate
assets of national banks, etc.—Continued.
Date.
1888.
February 14
April 30
June 30
October 4
December 12
1889.
February 26
May 13
July 12

September 30
December 11
1890.
February 28
May 17
July 18
October 2
December 19
1891.
February 26..
May 4 .
July 9
September 25
December 2
1892.
March 1
May 17
July 12
September 30
December 9
1893.
March 6
May 4

July 12

October 3

December 19
1894.
February 28 . . . .
May 4
July 18
October 2

December 19.

1895.
March 5
May 7
July 11
September 28
December 13
1896.

February 28 ..

May 7
July 14
October 6
December 17
1897.
March 9
May 14 . .
July 23 . .

October 5
December 15

1898.
February 18
May 5
July 14
September 20.
December 1
1899.

February 4

April 5
June 30

. .

September?..
December 2

1900.
February 13
April 26
June 29

ber of Paid-in
banks. capital.

Circula- Aggregate
tion.
assets.

Money
in
United
States.

3,077
3,098
3,120
3,140
3,150

$582.1
585.4
588.3
592.6
593 8

$159.7
158.8
155.3
151.7
143.5

3,170
3,206
3,239
3,290
3,326

596.5
599.4
605.8
612.5
617.8

137.2
131.1
128.8
128.4
126.0

2,837.4
2,904.9
2,937.9
2,998.2
2,933.6

3,383
3,438
3,484
3,540
3,573

625.5
635.0
642.0
650.4
657.8

123.8
125.7
126.3
122.9
123.0

3,003.3
3,010.2
3,061.7
3,141.4
3,046.9

3,601
3 633
3,652
3,677
3 692

662.5
667 7
672.9
677.4
677 3

123.1
123 4
123.9
131.3
134 7

3,065.0
3,167.4
3,113.4
3,213.0

3 711
3,734
3,759
3,773
3,784

679 9
682 2
684.6
686.5
689 6

137 6
140.0
141.0
143.4
145.6

3,436.6
3,479.0
3,493.7
3,510.0
3,480.3

3 806
3,830
3,807
3 781
3,787

688 6
688 7
685.7
678 5
681.8

149 1
151 6
155.0
182 9
179.9

>3,459.7
3,432.1
3,213.2
3,109.5
3,242.3

1 738 8

3,777
3 774
3,770
3 755
3,737

678
675
671
668
666

5
8
0
8
2

174 4
172 6
171.7
172 3
169.3

3,324.7
3,433 3
3,422 0
3,473 9
3 423.4

3,728
3 711
3,715
3,712
3,706

662 1
659 1
658.2
657.1
656.9

169.7
175 6
178.8
182.4
185.1

3,378.5
3 410 0
3,470.5
3,423.6
3,423 5

3,699
3,694
3,689
3 676
3,661

653 9
652.0
651.1
648 5
647.1

187 2
197.3
199.2
209 9
210.6

3 634
3 614
3,610
3,610
3,607

642 4
637 0
632.1
631 4
629.6

3,594
3 586
3,582
3,585
3,590

$2,664.3
2,732.4
2,731.4 $1,691.4
2,815.7
2,777.5

1,658.6

1,685.1

Percentage of circulation to—
Money
Capital. Assets. in United
States.
27.4
27.1
26.4
25.6
24.1

6.0
5.8

5.7
5.4

9.2

5.2

23.0
21.9
21.2
20.9
20.4

4.8
4.5

19.7
19.8
19.7
18.9
18.7

4.1

4.4
4.3

7.8

4.3

4.1
4.1

7.5

3.9
4.0

18.6
18.5
18.4
19.4
19.9

4.0
3.9

20.2
20.5
20.6
20.9
21.1

4.0
4.0

21.6
22.0
22.6
27 0
26.4

43

25.5
25 5
25.6
25 7
25 4

52
50

1 805 0

1,819.3

25.6
26 6
27.2
27.7
28.2

50
51
5.1
5.3
54

3,347 8
3,377.6
3,353.7
3 363 6
3,367.1

1 799 9

28.6
30.2
30.6
32 3
32.5

5.8
5.9
64
6.2

11.0

202 6
198 2
196.5
198 9
193.7

3,446 0
3 492 4
3,563.4
3,705 1
3,829.2

1,905.9

31.5
31 1
31.1
31.5
30.7

59
57
5.5
5.4
5.1

10.3

628.8
624 4
622.0
621 5
'620. 5

184.1
188 4
189.8
194 4
207.0

3,946.9
3 869 9
3,977.6
4,003 5
4,313.3

2,073.5

29.3
30 2
30.5
31 3
33.4

4.8
4 9
4.8
4.9
4.8

9.2

3,579
3 583
3,583
3,595
3,602

608.3
607 2
604.8
605.7
606 7

203.6
203 8
199.3
200.3
204.9

4,403.8
4 639 1
4,708.8
4,650.3
4,475.3

2,190.0

33.4
33 6
32.9
33.1
33.8

4.4
4 6
4.2
4.3
4.5

9.1

3,604
3,631
3,732
3,871
3,942

613.0
617 0
621.5
630.2
632.3

204.9
236 2
265.3
283.9
298.9

4,674. 9
4,811.9
4,944.1
5,048.1
5,142.0

2,339.7

33.4
38.3
42.7
45.0
47.3

4.4
4.9
5.4
5.6
5.8

11.3

September 5
December 13...,



1,677.7

o 037 c

1,752. 2

4.0
4.1

7.3

4.2

4.6
4.1

8.1

4.2
4.4
4.8

58

8.9

5.5

5.0

4 9
49

9.5

9.8

5.5

219

EEPOET OF THE COMPTKOLLER OP THE CURRENCY.

TABLE NO. 43.—Number, capital stock paid in, circulation outstanding, and aggregate
assets of national banks, etc.—Continued.
Date.
1901.
February 5
April 24
July 15
September 30
December 10
1902.
February 25
April 30
July 16
September 15
November 25
1903.
February 6
April 9..^
June 9
September 9
November 17
1904.
January 22
March 28
June 9
September 6
November 10
1905.
January 11
Marchl4
May 29
August 25
November 9
1906.
January 29
April 6
June 18
September 4
November 12
1907.
January 26
March 22
May 20
August 22
December 3
1908.
February 14
May 14
July 15
September 23
November 27
1909.
February 5
April 28
June 23
September 1
November 16
1910.
January 31
March 29
June 30
September 1
November 10
1911.
January 7
March 7
June 7
September 1
Decembers
1912.
February 20
April 18
June 14
September 4
November 26
1913.
February 4
April 4
June 4
August 9


Number of Paid-in
banks. capital.

Circula- Aggregate
tion.
assets.

Money
in
United
States.

Percentage of circulation to—
Capital.

! Money
Assets, 'in United
I States.

3,999
4,064
4,165
4,221
4,291

$634.6
640.7
645.7
655.3
665.3

$309.4
317.2
319.0
323.8
319.4

$5,435.9
5,630.7
5,675.9
5,695.3
5,722.7

$2,483.1

48.7
49.5
49.4
49.4
48.0

5.7
5.6
5.6
5.7
5.6

!
!

4,357
4,423
4,535
4,601
4,666

667.3
671.1
701.9
705.5
714.6

314.4
309.7
309.3
317.9
336.5

5,843.0
5,962.1
6,008.7
6,113.9
6,104.0

2,563.2

47.1
46.1
44.0
45.1
47.1

5.4
5.2
5.1
5.2
5.5

!
|
!
j
!

12.1

4,766
4,845
4,939
5,042
5,118

731.2
734.9
743.5
753.7
758.3

335.2
335.0
359.2
375.0
376.2

6,234.7
6,212.7
6,286.9
6,310.4
6,302.2

2,684.7

45.8
45.6
48.3
49.8
49.6

5.4
5.4
5.7
5.9

I
I
I
!

13.4

5,180
5,232
5,331
5,412
5,477

765.8
765.9
767.3
770.7
776.1

380.9
385.9
399.5
411.2
419.1

6,605.9
6,655.9
6,975.0
7,197.0

2,803.5

49.7
50.3
52.1
53.4
54.0

59
5.8
6.0
5 9
5.8

14.2

5,528
5,587
5,668
5,757

776.9
782.5
791.6
799.9
808.3

424.3
431.0
445.5
469.0
485.5

7,117.8
7,308.1
7,327.8
7,472.3
7,563.2

2,883.1

54.6
55.1
56.3
58.6
60.1

60
5.9
6.1
6.3
64

15.5

5,911
5,975
6,053
6,137
6,199

815.0
819.3
826.1
835.1
847.5

498.2
505.5
510.9
518.0
536.1

7,670.6
7,784.2
8,016.0
8,213.0

3,069.9

61.1
61.7
61.8
62.0
63.3

6.4
66
6.6
6.5
6.5

16.6

6.288
6,344
6,429
6,544
6,625

860.9
873.7
883.7
896.5
901.6

545.5
543.3
547.9
551.9
601.8

8.154.8
8,288.2
8,476.5
8,390.3
8.407.9

3,115.5

63.3
62.2
62.0
61.6
66.7

6.7
6 5
6.5
6.6
7.2

16.8

6,698
6,778
6,824
6,853
6,865

905.5
912.3
919.1
921.4
921.0

627.6
614.0
613.6
613.7
599.3

8,396.8
8,594.6
8,714.6
9,027.2
9,197.0

3,378.7

69.3
67.3
66.8
66.6
65.0

71
7.0
6.8
6.5

18.2

6,887
6,893
6,926
6,977
7,006

933.9
937.0
944.6
953.9

615.3
636.3
641.3
658.0
668.3

9,221.1
9,368.8
9,471.7
9,573.9
9,591.3

3,406.3

66.3
68.1
68.4
69.6
70.0

66
6.8
6.7
6.8
7.0

18.8

7,045
7,082
7,145
7,173
7,204

960.1
972.8
989.5
1,002.7
1,004.3

667.5
669.1
675.6
674.8
680.4

9,730.5
9,841.9
9,896.6
9,826.1
9,956.4

3,419.0

69.5
6S.8
68.4
67 3
67.7

6.9
6.8
6.8
69
69

19.8

7,218
7,216
7,277
7,301
7,328

1,007.3
1,011.5
1,019.6
1,025.4
1,026.4

684.1
680.7
681.7
696.9
702.6

9,820.4
10,240.7
10,383.0
10,379.4
10,443.4

3,555.9

67.9
67.3
66.0
67.9
68.4

7.0
6.7
6.6
6.8
6.7

19.1

7,339
7,355
7,372
7,397
7,420

1,031.1
1,036.1
1,033.5
1,046.0
1.045.1

704.2
706.9
708.6
713.8
721.5

10,812.4
10,792.1
10,861.7
10,963.4
10,965.8

3,648.8

68.3
68.2
68. 6
68.2
69.0

6.5
6.5
6.5
6.5
6.6

19.4

7,425
7,440
7,473
7,488

1,048.9
1,052.3
1,056.9
1,056.3

717.5
719.0
722.1
724.5

11,185.6
11,182.0
11,036.9
10,876.9

3,720.0

68.4
68.3
68.3
68.6

6.4
6.4
6.5
6. 7

19.4



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TABLE NO. 44.—Number of national banks, classified by capital (paid in), on August 9, 1918.

o
Number.

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut

4
6
5
3

1

$30 000

36
17
14
25

$865,000
980,000
825,000
1,302,500

8

100,000

425,000

22
32
28
105
12
40

$1,000,000
$100,000
$250,000
and less Num- and less Num- and less Num- $5,000,000
ber.
than
ber. and over. Numthan
ber.
than
$1,000,000.
$5,000,000.
$250,000.
ber. Amount.
$2,775,000
4 125,000
3,460,000
14,340,000
1,520,000
5,913,000

$3,000,000
2
36
7
23

600,000
15,375,000
3,800,000
9,601,200
32,376,200

12

14,252,000
14 5,450,000
68 26,480,020

27

1

30,000

100

5,397,500

239

32,133,000

75

2 450 000
1,170,000
4,816,555
125 000
725,000

11

128

39

68
250
5
19
1

21,175,100
8,770,000
31,970,150
723 175
2,430,000
200,000

38

60
290
13

6 632,500
3,157,000
15,349,220
780,800
2,105,000

166

3

372,500
275,950
605,000
60 000
110,000

9
9

4,402,010
4,352,000

370

9,286,555

43

1,423,450

530

28,024,520

509

65,268,425

138

54,936,030

33
27
29

43
25

4,400,000
3,106,000
3,300,000
2,275,000
4,115,000
1,530,000
4 400 000
1,250,000
1,350,000
15,940,000
1,925,000
5,092,900
3,425,000

22
98

47
191
5

Eastern States

Southern States

Over
Num- $25,000 and Num- $50,000 and Number. less than ber. less than ber.
$100,000.
$50,000.

29

New England States.

Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan
Wisconsin
Minnesota,

SI00,000
150 000
125,000
75,000

4

New York. .
. .
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware .
Maryland
District of Columbia

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

$25,000.

Grand total.

. .

32
28
11
11

....

11
8
20
6

2
100
11
36
26

550,000

. 800,000
696,135
275,000
275,000
275,000
200,000
500 000
150,000
50,000
2,494,850
275,000
900,000
650,000

9
18
2

9
11
3

318,500
400,000
115,000

45
40
19

15
6

43
16
20

8
4

513,000
200,000
230 000
35,000
30,000
1,760,000
101,000
270,000
125,000

1

1
53
3

10

10

11
197
19
40
42

2,440,000
2,186,000.
995 000
565,000
2,365,500
875,000
1 035 000
' 540,000
590,000
10,755,000
970,000
2,208,000
2,380,000

19

33
13
36
11

10
130
13

9 3,725,000
10 3,775,000
10 3,725,000
8
3,250,000
12 4,900,000
9 3,700,000
4 1 500 000
5
1,410,000
4 1,700,000
31 11,900,000
A
1,950 000
15
7,575,000
8
3,500,000

8 $12,000,000
1
1,000,000
3,200,000
3

2 $15,000,000

16,200,000

2

15,000,000

451

101,686,7C0

8

86,000,000

476

2

12,000,000

201
837
25
105
12

172,882,100
22,322,950
115,820,945
1,688,975
16,982,710
6,602,000

56

79,360,700

10

98,000,000 1,656

336,299,680

5

6,000,000

133
116
72

3
1
2

3,000,000
1,000,000
2 500 000

117
53
89

3
6

4,500,000
7,500,000

1
3

1 645,000
3,100,000

31
517
50

48

33

7,540,985

121

4,097,500

512

27,904,500

422

52,108,900

129

52,610,000

24

2,275,000
1,692,861
2,882,500
325,000
625,000
3,925,000

15
14
25
4
4

508,000
458,000
857,000
140,000
135,000
641,000

100
59
175
29
43

5,576,100
3,115,000
9,498,000
1,530,000
2,390,000
3,265,000

129
94
121
44
44

15,995,000
11,070,000
14,940,000
5,065,000
5,850,000
2,325,000

31
16
15
5
11

12,550,000
5,560,000
5,850,000
2,200,000
3,800,000
3,700,000

12
4
5
4
2

19,100,000
6,000,000
10,250,000
6,000,000
5,000,000
11,500,000

143
108

29,245,000

91
68
116
13
25
157




61

19

9

$7,740,000
5,285,000
5,010,000
58,092,500
6,320,000
19,239,200

42,000,000
3 3,500,000
18 24,600,000
6 7,210,700
2 2,050,000

302

20

69
56
49
179
20
78

5

17,683,500
10,163,135
8 410,000
6,365,000
15,168,500
7,505,000
10 165 000
3,385,000
8,220,000
50,349,850
5 221 000
17 690 900
13,180,000

1,510
1

6,000,000

2

31,500,000

173,506,885

379
255
459
99
129

62,004,100
27,895,861
75,777,500
15,260,000
17 800,000
25,356,000

271

Iowa
Missouri
Middle W e s t e r n
States

95
31

2 375 000
775,000

24
13

850 000
430,000

146
33

7,840,000
1,785,000

65
40

7,770,000
5,000,000

9
6

3,250,000
2,750,000

1
9

1,000,000
15,400,000

1

10,000,000

340
133

23,085,000
36,140,000

102

39,660,000

42

74,250,000

4

47,500,000 2,065

283,318,461

146
104
241
213
57
30
126
40
326

5,260,000
4 235 000
16,270,000
12 312 500
5,160,000
1,710,000
10,940,000
2 215 000
14,330,000

596

14,875,361

119

4,019,000

646

34,999,100

556

68,015,000

North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska

104
57
88

Montana
Wvominer
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma

17
8
41
17
196

2 600 000
1 425 000
2^400,000
1 875 000
' 425' 000
200,000
1,025,000
425 000
4,880,000

5
7
20
12
4

155 000
250 000
700,000
442 500
140'000

8
2
23

265,666
65 000
720,000

29
30
98
85
14
16
40
13
68

1,505,000
1 410 000
5,020,000
4 495 000
795 000
910,000
2,250,000
675 000
3,445,000

8
10
26
38
18
6
30
7
33

1,000,000
1 150 000
3,250,000
4 650 000
2 750,000
600,000
3,400,000
750,000
3,535,000

603

15,255,000

81

2,737,500

393

20,505,000

176

22
17
79
16
6
2
1

537 500
425,000
1,961,660
400 000
150 000
50,000
25,000

2
4
4

143

3,549,160

Western States
W^ashinston
Oregon
California
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
Arizona
Alaska
Pacific States

1

1,000,000

5
1
6

1,750,000
300,000
1,750,000

2

2,250,666

21,085,000

27

9,600,000

3

3,250,000

1,283

6
3
12

6 200 000
3,500,000
21,000,000

1

1,000,000

78
83
14,500,000 • 255
55
23
10
13
2

12 222 500
9,436,000
56,818,060
3 495 000
3 555 000
1,710,000
1,155,000
100,000

22

31,700,000

14,500,000

519

88,491,560

4

610,000

1 260 000
1,905,000
3,438,600
1 105 000
200 000
160,000
150,000
100,000

20
18
77
9
6
4
8

2,800,000
1,925,000
9, 737,800
900,000
775 000
500,000
950,000

142

17,587,800

34

12,200,000

1

500,000

1

30,000

19

636,000

157

8,318,600

35,000

1

50,000

25,000

1

51,082,061

385

w

72,432,500

1 350 000
1,550,000
6,050,000
850 000
2,400,000

24
37
64
20
4
3
3
2

1

1




3,900,000
850 000
1 050,000

4
4
17
3
6

75 000
131,000
130,000
240,000
30 000

T o t a l U n i t e d S t a t e s . . 2,037

H a w a i i (island possessions).

8
3
4

12,978,450 2,339 125,199,220 2,044 256,198,125

506 201,882,230

159 234,005,700

2

2

18 175,000,000 7,488 1,056,345,786

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER

OF THE

CURRENCY.

TABLE N O . 45.—Abstract of the resources and liabilities of the national banks at close of
business August 9, 1913, in New York City, in the three central reserve cities, in other
reserve cities, and elsewhere in the country.
Central reserve cities.
New York.

New York,
Chicago, and
St. Louis.

Other reserve
city b£.nks.1

Country banks.

Aggregate.

RESOURCES.

Loans and discounts
$936,908,444.96 $1,375,094,788.94 $1,597,647,661.42 $3,195,813,074.94 $6,168,555,525.30
145,161.10
328,918. 78
Overdrafts
15,019,695.76
3,029,378.57
"
18,377,993.11
U. S. bonds to secure
48,294,300.00
79,820,290.00 165,730,240.00 490,258,800.00 735,809,330.00
circulation
U. T bonds to secure
S.
1,349,000.00
27,071,615.00
L . S. deposits
3,066,000.00
17,556,500.00
47,694,115.00
Other bonds to secure
2,824,362.25i
U. S. deposits
4,126,093.97
22,172,101.15
29,185,878.42
55,484,073.54
U. S. bonds on hand
6,519,838.00
1,838,650.00i
1,842,650.00
1,129,708.00
3,547,480.00
Premiums on U.S.bonds
6,605,248.13
659,865.37
834,433.25
1,856,081.83
3,914,733. 05
Bonds, securities, etc
178,927,248.37 211,110,695.20 222,083,922.17 607,227,656.06 1,040,422,273.43
Banking house, furni30,386,505.43
39,207,133.59
ture, and fixtures
65,982,257.89 147,150,007.76 252,339,399.24
1,640,784.90
6,707,522.27
22,881,228.00
Other real estate owned. 1,221,329.91
31,229,535.17
Due from national banks
97,439,039.62 408,921,998.34
not reserve agents
181,291,610.
Due from State banks 46,624,782.02 130,191,348.03
and bankers, trust
82,071,057.57
52,690,350.83 192,214,416.82
companies, etc
Due from approved re- 38, 508,757.21 57,453,008.42
267,916,437.25 501,297,168.20 769,213,605.45
serve agents
Checks and other cash
17,578,706.72
3,758,259.04
4,470,373.34
7,811,275.56
items
29,860,355.62
Exchanges for clearing
12,007,041.15 123,507,291.21
70,699,755.23
55,773,980.15
40,800,494.83
house
Bills of other national
24,974,381.00
3,398,701,00
' 1,629,777.00
14,264,689.00
42,637,771.00
banks
Fractional currency,
257,310.85
2,570,751.96
119,614.01
821,979.57
3,650,042 38
nickels, and cents
Specie
256,290,797.79 326,479,968.18 203,419,045.31 198,368,444.00 728,267,457.49
Legal-tender notes
81,039,421.00
52,334,536.00 170,901,917.00
44,416,733.00
37,527,960.00
Five per cent redemption fund
35,596,823.12
23,489,064.12
2,408,315.00
8,173,144.50
3,934,614.50
Due from Treasurer
U. S. other than 5 per
cent fund
9,043,334.23
Total
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
Undivided profits, less
expenses and taxes....
National - bank notes
outstanding
State-bank notes outstanding
Due to national banks
not reserve agents
Due to State banks and
bankers
Due to trust companies
and savings banks
Due to approved reserve agents
Dividends unpaid
Individual deposits
U . S . deposits
Postal savings deposits
Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers
Bonds borrowed
Notes and bills rediscounted
Bills payable
Reserved for taxes
Liabilities other than
those above stated

Total.

1,250,362.58
3,556,790.55
2,637,681.10
5,155,290.55
1,655,642,673.16 2,400,151,579. 73 2,950,630,748.68 5,526,070,015.1 10,876,852,343.58
119,700,000.00
129,605,000.00

182,650,000.00
164,845,000.00

49,048,449.29

58,850,147.02

63,883,565.56

136,815,444.22

259,549,156.80

47,018,595.00

78,306, 722.50

162,124,142.50

484,028,984.00

724,459,849.00

16,516.00

16,516.00

468.00

10,717.00

27,701.00

'331,787,999.23

538,534,146.28

400,678,866.25

262,067,710.00
186,556,806.06

611,628,076.00.1,056,345,786.00
373,931,822.97 725,333,629.03

1,039,791.02 1,008,252,803.55

119,610,189.91

223,422,782.23

214,871,230.91

107,101,489.93

545,395,503.07

204,987,731.60

223,757,179. 53

219,265,935.63

72,356,047.90

515,379,163.06

231,470.97
636,544,180.46
2,403,410. 56
823,713.45

12,620,508.18
39,522,941.44
26,902,433.26
259,086. 72
247,306.55
1,090,463.41
1,596,856.68
900,260,189.34 .,340,747,061.25 3,520,331,481.18 5,761,338,731.77
34.1
4,458,654.25
21,883,048.78
25,144,957.07
51,486,660.10
1,152,624.04
6,882,618.53
11,755,077.98
19,790,320.55

432,344.
8,221,750.00

697,220.44
13,461,060.00

2,295,277.65
18,976,177.50

2,825,140.7
11,394,592.54

5,817,638.82
43,831,830.04

154,500.00
2,823,030.00
2,006,025.54

2,863,369.00
3,523,030. 00
2,86

2,982,446.62
17,987,228.35
2,079,673.98

11,864,664.60
69,885,832.00
2,489,338.01

17,710,480.22
91,396,090.35
7,434,272.79

227,766.48

228,591.5$

198,751.30

1,755,586.43

2,182,929.31

1,655,642,673.16 2,400,151,579. 73 2,950,630,748.65 5,526,070,015.17 10,876,852,343.58

iOther reserve cities are Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Albany, Brooklyn, Pittsburgh, Washington,
Savannah, New Orleans, Galveston, Houston, Fort Worth, Dallas, San Antonio, Waco, Louisville, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Indianapolis, Detroit, Milwaukee, Cedar Rapids, Des Moines, Dubuque, Minneapolis, St. Paul, Kansas City, Kans., Wichita, Kansas City, Mo., St. Joseph, Lincoln, Omaha, Denver,
Pueblo, Salt Lake City, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Portland, Oreg., Seattle, Spokane, Tacoma, Topeka,
Muskogee, Oklahoma City, South Omaha, and Sioux City.
for FRASER

Digitized


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REPOBT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

T A B L E N O . 46.—Highest and lowest points reached in the 'principal items of resources and
liabilities of national banks during the existence of the system, as shown by reports of
condition.
Highest point reached.
Jan. 1

Lowest point reached

Aug. 9. 1913.
Date.

Amount

Amount, i

Date.

Capital
$403,357,346 $1,056,345,786 $1,056,345,786 Aug. 9,1913 $403,357,346 Jan. 1,1.866
Capital, surplus, and
!
2,
475,330,204
undivided profits
475,330, 204 2,, 041,228,5715,041,228,571 . . . . . d o
Do.
Circulation
213,239, 530 724,459,849 724,459,849
.do
122,928,084 Oct. 2,1890
Total investments in
170,653,059
United States bonds. 440,380, 350 790,023,283 790,023,283 . . . . . d o
Do.
Individual deposits..
732 i,
520,212, 174 5,761,338,""" 5, 891,670,007 Sept. 4,1912 501,407,586 Oct.
5,
8,1870
Loans and discounts.
i,
500,650, 109 6,168,555,525 6! 168,555,525 Aug. 9,1913 500,650,109 Jan.
1,1866
Cash:
11,841,104 Oct. 7,1867
National-bank notes.
42,637,771
49,217,895 Apr. 18,1912
20,406,
Legal-tender notes..
170,901,917 205,793,578 Oct. 1,1866
52,156,439 Mar. 11,1881
187,846,
728,267,457 769,029,1^ Feb. 20,1912
Specie
16,909,
8,050,380 Oct. 1,1875

T A B L E N O . 47.—Percentages of loans, United States bonds, lawful money, etc., to the aggregate resources of national banks, on or about October 1, 1898 to 1913.
1898

1899

1900

1901

1902

1903

1904

P.ct. P.ct. P.ct. P.ct. P.ct. P.ct. P.ct. P.ct.
54.2 53.7 53.2 53.0 53.7 55.2 53.4
53.9
7.4
7.9
10.6
7.8
7.5
8.6
7.1
8.1
9.2 10.0 10.3
8.3
8.9
9.5
8.8
7.2

Loans and discounts
United States bonds
Lawful money

70.8

71.6

70.3

69.5

72.6

68.5

15.6

13.0

11.5
7.6
51.6

11.5

11.9

11.0

8.1

8.8

9.8

8.3

52.5

50.0

49.6

51.1
70.1

8.5

Total




73.2

69.0

70.7

72.1

70.7

70.4

1906

Capital
Surplus and profits .
Individual deposits

52.7

12.5
7.7
49.7

75.0

. . .

7.5

50.9

Total

Total

70.2

. 74.0

Total
Capital...
Surplus and profits
Individual deposits

Loans and discounts
United States bonds
Lawful money

1905

1907

1908

1909

1910

1911

1912

10.7

1913

P.ct. P.ct. P.ct. P.ct. P.ct. P.ct. P.ct. P.ct.
56.7
54.0 56.1 52.9 53.5 55.6 54.5 55.1
7.3
7.6
7.8
7.9
7.9
7.5
7.4
7.1
7.8

8.4

9.6

9.5

8.9

8.6

8.1

8.3

69.6

72.4

70.5

70.6

72.0

70.5

70.3

72.3

10.4
8.4
52.4

10.7
8.8
51.5

10.2
8.5
50.4

9.8

10.2
8.9
52.4

9.9

9.4

9.7

8.4
52.3

8.7
52.9

8.7
53.8

9.1
53.0

71.2

70.9

69.1

70.5

71.5

71.5

71.9

71.8

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

TABLE NO. 48.—Classification of loans made by the national banks in the central reserve
cities (New York, Chicago, and St. Louis) and other reserve cities, together with country
banks, on appropriate dates for the past five years.
SEPTEMBER 1, 1909.

On demand, paper with
Number of one or more
banks. individual
or firm
names.

New York
Chicago
St. Louis
Other reserve cities
Country
Total

On deOn time,
mand, seOn time,
singlecured by
paper with
name pastocks,
two or more per (one
bonds, and individual
person or
other perfirm), withor firm
sonal secuout other
names.
rities.
securitv.

On time,
secured by
stocks,
bonds, and
other personal securities, or
on mortgages or
other realestate security.

Total.

38 $7,708,853 $385,430,495 $145,989,671 $163,098, 915 $223,425,689 $925,653,623
97,556,025 67,304,368 59,516,388
262,662,488
13 12,188,399 26,097,308
35,164,037 12,717,629 27,689,883
118,469,419
10 12,459,864 30,438,006
321 143,963,616 292,367,684 383,037,317 287,953,693 264,989,274 1,372,311'. 584
6,595 265,208,958 223,016,4411,036,720,641 440,403,363 484,435,834 2,449, 785,237
6,977 441,529,690 957,349,934 1,698,467,691 971,477,9681,060,057,068 5,128,882,351

S E P T E M B E R 1, 1910.
New York
Chicago
St. Louis
Other reserve cities
Country
Total

39 $9, 948, 094 $828,145,065 $176,608,890$l 0,708,005 $188., 470,806 $873,880,860
;
89,708,354 71,561,018 62,422,974
11 21, 387,289 43,577,296
288,656,931
35,123,845 12,976,152 31,365,095
114,454,494
10
9, 779,705 25, 209,697
322 177, 565,013 286,247,583 404, 926, 817 307,806,421 277,896,550 1,454,442,384
699 L,
6,791 305, 626,016 255,931,699 1 136,149,244 505,227,302 532,791,707 2,735,725,968
7,173 524,306,117 939, 111, 340 1,842,517,150 1,068,278,898 1,092,947,1325,467,160,637

J U N E 7, 1911.
New York
Chicago
St. Louis
Other reserve cities
Country
Total

$9,356, 484 $331,736,688 $177,331,562 $197 ,030,419 $188, I l l , 280 $903,566,433
!,
40,826,176 103,261,404 .84,333,202 66,780,576
20,327, " 315,529,055
23,926,801
35,998,093 19,824,260 30,843,449
9,126,
119, 719,387
300,370,159 416,032,778 321,717,946 285,587,754 1,496,311,535
322 172,602,
256, 8 9 1 7761 152,511,484 501,810,562 546,179,4 r 2,775,712,377
, " " L,
318,319,
7,277 529, 732,999 953,751,600 1, 885,135,3211,124,716,389 1,117,502,478 5,610,838,787

J U N E 14, 1912.
New York
Chicago
St. Louis
Other reserve cities
Country
Total

37 $17,796,847 $326,897,301 $171,791,524 $219,172,889 $223,410,194 $959,068,755
10 22,589,835 48,637,670 110,601,822 84,216,690 68,651,357
334,697,374
8
8,751,895 19,803,657
40,898,060 18,453,821 28,277,207
116,184,640
320 '183,101,384 311,679,203 429,791,294 336,792,075 319,055,581 1,580,419,537
6,997 339,105,720 278,403,7451,220,370,545 539,870,214 585,783,901 2,963,534,125
7,372 571,345,681 985,421,576 1,973,453,245|l,198,505,689 1,225,178,240 5,953,904,431

J U N E 4, 1913.
NewYor'c
Chicago

St. Louis
Other reserve cities
Country
Total

36 $13,486,717 $302,904,035 $178,030,288 $189,754,147 $202,791,617 $886,966,804
9 23,954,375 50,142,275
97,858,856 77,586,401 72,841,614
322,383,521
7
9,084,222 16,819,066
33,542,323 20,346,878 26,592,363
106,384,852
315 189,956,388 312,026,205 441,838,680 371,131, 817 325,364,518 1,640,317,608
7,106 367,253,567 299,097,846 1,281,299, 400 602,665,291 636,659,244 3,186,975,348
7,473 603,735,269 980,989,427 2,032,569,547 1,261,484,534 1,264,249,356 6,143,028,133




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225

TABLE N O . 49.—Classification of loans and discounts by the national banks on June

1913.

Reserve cities.

On time,
On time, secured by
On destocks,
singleOn demand,
On time,
pa- bonds, and
mand,
secured by paper with name(one other perper
Num- paper with
two or more
sonal seperson
ber of one or more stocks,
and
or firm), curities, or
banks. individual bonds,per- individual
other
or firm
on mortwithout
or firm sonal secunames.
other senames.
rities.
other realcurity.
estate
security.

Total.

CENTRAL RESERVE
CITIES.

New York City
Chicago
St. Louis

36 $13,486,717 $302,904,035 $178,030,288 $189, 754,147 $202, 791,617$886,966,804
23,954,375 50,142,275 97,858,856 77,586,401 72,841,614 322,383,521
9,084,222 16,819,066 33,542,323 20,346,878 26,592,363 106,384,852

Total

46,525,314 369,865,376 309, 431,467 287,687,426 302,225,5941,315,735,177

OTHER»RESERVE
CITIES.

Boston
Albany
Brooklyn
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Baltimore
Washington
Savannah
New Orleans
Dallas
Fort Worth
Galveston
Houston...
San Antonio
Waco
Louisville
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Indianapolis
Detroit
Milwaukee
Minneapolis
St. Paul
Cedar Rapids
Des Moines
Dubuque
Sioux City
Kansas City, Mo....
St. Joseph
Lincoln
Omaha
South Omaha
Kansas City, Kans..
Topeka
Wichita
Denver
Pueblo
Muskogee
Oklahoma City.
Seattle
Spokane
Tacoma
Portland
Los Angeles
San Francisco
Salt Lake City

13,429, 777
2, 758,848
779,761
5,333,937
12,033,354
3,616,056
1,056,207
110,900
2,681,051
1,204,029
685,897
859,846
750,572
283,880
639,983
1,586,587
7,151,996
4,463,890
2,036,801
1,051,074
1,305,826
3,256,422
6, 702,355
4,735,513
801,375
2,621,989
47,054
550,925
5, 477,1
1,001,025
248, 710
2,426, 448
170,029
52,984
222,105
178,060
742,905
170,389
277, 461
503,885
7,149, o f
1,656,380
1,155,804
9, 497,577
22,666,547
52,313,592
1,509,926

45,567,10'
10,394,751
4,582, 796
52,199,988
38,016, 484
12,502,633
10,159,816
675,503
3,838,256
838,990
534, 691
112,637
2,367,924
112,387
370, 701
4,639,028
12,938,999
12,319,149
3,417," ~
2, 414,022
1,406,360
6,835,816
6,190,117
2,642,027
498,591
1,043,432
474, 749
233,086
7,923,995
818,995
96,133
2,482,396
336,310
180,802
67,101
311,292
4,055,373
56,933
234,888
332,362
4,890, 326
468,896
1,091,192
2,867, 474
9,280,722
37,766,976
1,436,379

44,816,347
5,321,145
8,589,637
52, 753, 704
44,670,850
15.707,549
9,040,124
1,523,530
8,580,054
7,907,842
2,809,329
877,118
7,360,061
2,814,358
1,957,138
9,852,836
13,269,210
18,602,923
4,258,966
11,980, 711
16,115,243
16.903,550
27,932, 459
12,739,243
3,530, 405
4,873, 952
1,126,897
3,583, 768
14,605,750
4,546, 735
2,103,148
10,295,649
567,656
1,358,469
497,805
1,761,934
7,289,180
1,416,130
1,212,125
1,580,330
6,363,091
4,938,348
1,794,366
3,160,345
6,055,704
9,832, 462
2,960,404

66,102,900
3,017,507
2,577,860
74,340,945
24,053,953
19,154,993
2,684,030
356, 534
3,158,158
3,881, 707
6, 435, 788
998,713
6,248,316
3,485,335
1,505,259
4,012,545
13,247,997
18,437,695
3,578,973
6,126,659
7,264,986
9,926,762
8,059,859
6,659,918
1,399,311
3, 404, 710
2,684,555
7,520,996
3,042,303
1,620,487
9,116,840
307,868
540, 960
629,186
1.421,330
5,891,397
1,960,719
698, 710
869,911
4,186,573
3,966,852
817, 456
5,224, 757
6,801,250
10,189,229
2,870,632

30,324,535
2,366,068
909, 647
38,562,611
26,081,242
12,400,257
2, 400,990
718, 469
5,844,031
6,977,879
4,309, 968
804,933
9,*740, 561
3,540,172
2,179, 416
6,438,405
8,527,344
8,040,347
3,828,312
6,641,072
10,180, 685
8, 406,419
9,545, 681
7,834,483
2,315,851
2,426,528
644,941
2,742,978
32, 786,912
1,593,071
2,047,980
7,967,958
5, 610, 622
2.002,896
926,389
1,834,883
11,432,176
1,502,924
1,919,964
2,296,594
5,017,384
4. 762,769
1,104,027
2,256,065
5,079,943
7,352,458
3,135, ""
""

200,240,666
23,858,320
17,439, 700
223,191,185
144,855, 983
63,381, 488
25,341,167
3,384,936
24,101, 550
20,810, 447
14, 775,673
3,653,247
26, 467, 434
10,236,132
6,652,497
26,529, 401
55,135,546
61,864,004
17,120,672
28,213,538
36,273,100
45,328,969
58,430,471
34,611,184
8,545,533
14,370,611
2,942,034
9, 795,312
68,314,742
11,002,129
6,116,458
32,289,291
6,992,485
4,136, 111
2,342,586
5,507,499
29,411,031
5,107,095
4,343,148
5,583,082
27, 606,941
15,793,245
5,962,845
23,006,218
49,884,164
117, 454,717
11,913,019

Total

315 189,956,388 312,026,205

441,838,680 371,131,817 325,364,518 1, 640,317,608

Total all reserve cities .

36; 236,481,702 681,891,581

751,270,14' 658,819,243 627,590,112 2,956,052,785

STATES, ETC.

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut
T o t a l New
England
States

69
56
49
163
20

4,578,388
3,888,862
4, 418, 53,
8,014,508
874, 472
7,458,434

3,864,568
4,419,576
2,986,947
13,688,185
3,044,063
11,859,572

436 29,233,199

39,862,971


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3,744,39'
1,657,527
1,932,96"
33,678,604
11,176.291
9, 797,986

4,755,546
1,737,842
1,801,329
22,982,814
3,903,409
11,131,848

37,232.949
19,186,295
18. 456.572
134,038,025
29,765. 080
68.'459,305

129, 741,606 61,987,772

46,312,788

307.138.276

20,290,050
7, 482, 488
7,316, 794
55,673,964
10,766,845
28.211,465

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TABLE N O . 49.—Classification of loans and discounts by the national banks on June 4,

1913—Continued.

Reserve cities.

Number of
banks.

On demand^
paper with
one or more
individual
or firm
names.

On time,
On desinglemand,
On time,
name pasecured by paper with per (one
stocks, two or more person
bonds, and individual or firm),
other peror firm
without
sonal secunames.
other serities.
curity.

On time
secured b y
stocks,
bonds, and
other personal securities, or
on mortgages or
other realestate
security.

Total.

STATES, ETC.—COn.

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
States
North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Total Western States..
Washington
Oregon
California
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
Arizona
Alaska
Total Pacific
States

429 $32,162,061 $40,542,205 $141,746,399 $46,332,449 $31,755,238 $292,538,352
82,539,722 23,647; 542 12,267,752 154,899,174
200 10,398,254 26,045,904
781 29,404,374 38,310,566 183,019,036 53,337,543 65,223,946 369,195,465
4,598,649
761,018
7,291,322
26
595,385
787,640
548,630
17,562,783
5,143,403
89
30,958,603
3,043,058
2,934,301
2,175,058
238,346
33,532
1
920,823
569,297
79,648
1,526

75,766,278 109,106,415

133
116
73
48
• 116
52
87
33
26
481
49
136
107

5,025,683
3,115,163
1,380,830
615,078
3,385,482
1,827,306
1,848,953
624,715
686,681
9,091,964
1,325,216
5,058,303
2,692,270

6,805,482
3,354,894
1,438,122
1,092,014
4,145,360
1,505,107
2,584,416
1,232,329
873,638
4,699,011
1,482,308
3,893,505
2,635,422

1,457

36,677,644

35, 741,608

357
249
448
96
124
261
325
111

30,054,945
13, 442,349
33,493,244
6,481,157
5,136,418
10,884,536
18,323,087
4,390,129

26,539,327
6,796,604
10,584, 656
11,696,155
3,469,916
5,406,299
5,329,975
1,602,420

1,971 122,205,865

71,425,352

429,704,935 126,041,222 115,184,889

855,803,739

23,357,287
11,775,423
13,294,435
9,730,017
17,100,316
9,091,750
14,297,863
3,669,326
5,287,392
40,543,528
5,560,136
9,340,127
16,389,819

105,406,040
53,246,522
43,092,240
28,715,268
61,671,440
35,879,645
41,694,836
12,916,130
18,028,234
133,807,936
21,128,105
48,330,389
65,823,285

296,290,573 121,592,826 179,437,419

669,740,070

30,923,307
20,858,585
33,095,509
14,806,776
13,270,265
24,663,992
18,345,515
4,890,164

183,386,622
109,303,007
184,472,431
73,978,881
71,528,996
94,225,311
114,351,365
30,063,745

319,346,057 187,478,971 160,854,113

861,310,358

60,989,593
31,476,679
23,564,986
12,593,056
24,854,740
14,200,998
12,206,698
5,007,832
7,716,680
41,724,509
7,894,318
23,243,678
30,816,806

65,577,546
52,058,495
67,929,448
28,097,474
30,247,121
27,772,277
35,441,593
12,222,103

9,227,995
3,524,363
3,413,867
4,685,103
12,185,542
9,254,484
10,756,906
2,381,928
3,463,843
37,748,924
4,866,127
6,794,776
13,288,968

30,291,497
16,146,974
39,369,574
12,897,319
19,405,276
25,498,207
36,911,195
6,958,929

144
103
228
205
57
30
117
40
314

3,338,268
1,520,844
4,196,809
3,097,153
5,673,377
486,939
2,240,423
2,965,885
2,760,876

1,494,152
845,688
648,738
1,481,111
1,360,950
354,764
1,860,273
1,295,578
719,375

6,171,593
6,392,208
15,708,876
17,385,576
6,542,120
2,747,656
7,854,690
2,648,246
12,133,568

6,728,862
8,264,145
18,938,117
15,910,684
7,760,350
2,919,475
8,948,499
2,234,179
7,786,541

13,716,515
10,223,757
16,032,097
18,120,294
7,585,229
5,697,872
9,151,190
3,962,226
25,450,085

31,449,390
27,246,642
55,524,637
55,994,818
28,922,026
12,206,706
30,055,075
13,106,114
48,850,445

1,238

26,280,574

10,060,629

77,584,533

79,490,852 109,939,265

303,355,853

64
78
235
54
17
11
13
2

7,089,251
9,689,071
52,072,314
2,498,935
2,097,277
1,916,209
1,445,654
57,374

3,797,463
2,545,786
21,183,892
1,318,259
1,082,476
856,570
821,743
10,950

5,032,744
3,938,061
11,282,234
3,829,765
1,681,139
861,434
1,824,673
73,122

4,509,679
4,073,521
9,232,745
4,844,109
886,067
1,089,481
1,230,473
178,139

3,352,645
2,851,699
11,312,818
3,895,324
1,143,543
1,085,345
1,040,862
113,124

23,781,782
23,098,138
105,084,003
16,386,392
6,890,502
5,809,039
6,363,405
432,709

474

76,866,085

31,617,139

28,523,172

26,044,214

24,795,360

187,845,970

223,922

1,283,792

108,524

29, 434

135,410

1,781,082

Island possessions,
(Hawaii)
4
Total States,
etc
7,106
Total United
7,473
States



367,253,567 299,097,846 1,281,299,4(X)! 602,665,291 636,659,244 3,186,975,348
603,735,269 980,989,427 2,032,569,547 1,26^,484,534 1,264,249,356 6,143,028,133

TABLE NO. 50.—Classification of loans and discounts by national banks maturing in 90 days or less, from August 9, 1913.

Cities, States, and Territories.

On demand,
Num- paper with
ber of one or more
banks. individual
or firm
names.

On time,
On de.singleOn time,
mand,
On time,
secured by paper with name pa- secured by On mortper (one
stocks,
gages or
stocks," two or more person
Amount of
and
bonds, and individual or firm), bonds,per- other real- 90-day paper.
other
estate
other peror firm
without
sonal se- security.
sonal secunames.
other securities.
rities.
curity.

Amount of
paper over
90 days.

Total.
O

CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES.

New York City
Chicago
St. Louis

$7,004,989 $128,361,990 $125,527,742 $116,680,948 $121,086,821
6,196,249 19,759,293 73,754,071 52,386,018 44,740,103
2,412,125 5,276,533 23,814,102 11,096,501 20,025,680

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14,453,389 137,663,840 219,909,331 176,434,087 183,226,681

$303,812 $498,966,302
197,044,598
208,864
62,637,892
12,951

$437,942,142
131,979,772
46,524,081

$936,908,444
329,024,370
109,161,973

453,216

732,140,544

607,065,189 1,339,205,733

9,314
3,360
22,000
157,281
475,284
57,900
151,497

81,490,943
6,513,764
10,639,993
149,354,077
62,047,609
38,620,483
11,536,886
2,227,509
10,522,065
13,506,618
9,935,353
2,135,185
14,072,270
6,580,930
2,059,881
15,486,312
28,430,900
33,236,736
11,729, 706
24,500,776
26,755,901
27,402,456
30,402,161
18,424,787
4,311,779
10,500,862
1,078,078
5,460,661
45,374,056

107,582,048
17,691,800
6,103,629
69,392,647
67,754,987
25,082,612
3,306,646
1,112,419
13,945,522
6,310,302
5,572,325
1,457,205
6,695,024
4,212,268
5,085,694
7,026,339
25,012,433
27,708,328
5,699,901
3,919,559
12,138,667
15,985,901
24,878,893
15,764,197
4,083,926
2,984,944.
1,664,033
4,458,110
24,299,432

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Boston
Albany
Brooklyn
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Baltimore
Washington
Savannah
New Orleans
Dallas
Port Worth
Galveston
Houston
San Antonio
Waco
Louisville
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Indianapolis
D etroit
Milwaukee
Minneapolis
St. Paul
Cedar Rapids
Des Moines
Dubuque
Sioux City
Kansas City, Mo




2,181,729

6,492,977
1,517,783
30,000 2,579,959
2,291,077 30,077,213
4,425,961 8,736,858
1,656,532 6,868,174
764,081 3,141,250
401,110
87,000
674,896
1,003,070
134,153
591,108
18,850
50,648
481,066
437,716
40,625
144,107
121,764
333,988
649,782 2,423,810
593,926 1,346,467
685,008 1,332,378
1,251,216 1,886,495
436,803 1,177,908
17,613,752 69,453,736
403,473
70,770
3,412,279 3,820,570
548,310
283,454
330,732
517,002
803,661
1,837,473
4,000
17,000
103,131
283, 478
1,492,430 1,688,094

23,187,881
3,134,562
6,107,321
37,082,111
25,025,215
9,646,746
5,351,984
1,104,556
5,199,350
5,588,978
2,884,043
666,000
3,194,108
2,024,874
537,600
6,422,041
10,869,951
14,001,612
3,961,929
10,837,076
20,069,734
14,616,437
12,924,903
8,660,658
1,483,470
3,213,249
442,288
2,242,711
13,824,263

34,568,766 15,050,
1,220,126
637,
473,
1,427,430
53,279,787 26,466,
14,764,684
8,619,
11,741,581 8,649,
1,387,555
740,
344,383
778,
1,982,881 2,821,
2,473,898
3,086,203 3! 122'
794,700
577,
3,766,839 6,087,
2,464,595
1,877,
600,046
445,
1,910,643 4,079,
9,076,748 6,543,
12,012,965 5,204,
2,172,405 2,445,
6,176,267 5,872,
1,498,960 5,187,
6,327,836 5,983,
4,315,436 5,928,
3,925,
4,971,324
596,706 1,383,
2,320,
2,325,808
336,049
278,
1,677,593 1,153,
8,681j 359 19,679;

30,500
37,385
116,850
27,096
125,000
29,286
21,000
430
12,000

35,236

8,688

189,072,991
24,205,564
16,743,622
218,746,724
129,802,596
63,703,095
14,843,532
3,339,928
24,467,587
19,816,920
15,507,678
3,592,390
20,767,294
10,793,198
7,145,575
22,512,651
53,443,333
60,945,064
17,429,607
28,420,335
38,894,568
43,388,357
55,281,054
34,188,984
8,395,705
13,485,806
2,742,111
9,918,771
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Cities, States, and Territories.

On demand ^
Num- paper with
ber of one or more
banks. individual
or firm
names.

On time,
On desinglemand,
On time.
secured by paper with name pait'h per (one
stocks, two or more person
bonds, and individual or firm),
other peror firm
without
sonal secu- names.
other serities.
curity.

On time,
secured by On mortstocks,
gages or
Amount of
bonds, and other real- 90-day paper.
other perestate
sonal sesecurity.
curities.

Amount of
paper over
90 days.

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St. Joseph
Lincoln
Omaha
South Omaha
Kansas City, Kans
Topeka
Wichita
Denver
"
Pueblo
Muskogee
Oklahoma City
Seattle
Spokane
Tacoma
Portland
Los Angeles
San Francisco
Salt Lake City

$290,437
$157,439
56,185
120,008
1,854,960
976,021
111,397
182,587
16,967
86,800
227,122
68,944
252,765
216,743
630,767 4,105,834
120,550
43,705
183,140
165,364
186,238
91,700
2,977,979 2,121,316
• 92,869
88,629
350,225
105,029
5,752,249 1,394,589
17,288,951
6,215,427
21,935,800 13,513,691
1,330,318
882,487

$3,428,820
1,575,025
6,840,562
335,243
1,171,544
536,752
1,277,979
5,554,359
942,584
804,528
954,458
5,518,453
4,204,827
1,448,657
2,684,492
5,038,347
7,598,186
1,350,729

$1,964,427 $1,334,008
1,078,166 1,249,198
7,602,892 6,022,779
331,796 3,234,090
302, 675 1,397,574
501,902
716,316
959,026 1,124,956
4,215,281 6,701,352
1,202,104
899,077
383,121 1,157,191
882,121 1,153,672
3,238,223 3,527,129
4,209,462 3,385,461
838,837
829,028
3,814,484 1,440,105
6,341,715 3,716,315
8,069,004 4,945,832
1,416,988 1,501,604

462,262
75
300,989
131,704
150,182
216,610
182,194
275,386
396,075
93,200

$7,175,131
4,121,036
23,340,701
4,220,776
2,982,222
2,051,036
3,831,469
21,669,855
3,208,185
2,994,333
3,399,893
17,383,100
12,131,430
3,788,386
15,268,113
38,876,141
56,458,588
6,575,326
933,814,458

$42,454
43,487
25,663
6,662

$3,757,946
845,594
9,469,712
2,575,536
1,281,023
343,661
2,009,364
7,542,218
340,702
645,199
2,200,206
8,474,568
3,925,312
1,571,380
6,679,635
8,840,176
57,500,696
4,992,037

$10,933,077
4,966,630
32,810,413
6,796,312
4,263,245
2,394,697
5,840,833
29,212,073
3,548,887
3,909,532
5,600,099
25,857,668
16,056,742
5,359,766
21,947,748
47,716,317
113,959,284
11,567,363

Total

308

79,186,557 107,692,020 305,571,196 243,326,078 194,391,557

3,647,050

Total all reserve cities

360

93,639,946 245,355,860 525,480,527 419,760,165 377,618,238

4,100,266 1,665,955,002 1,246,989,945 2,912,944,947

639,924,756 1,573,739,214

STATES, ETC.

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut
Total New England States
New York
New Jersey




69
54
47
162
20
78

1,025,553
1,093,927
1,229,338
3,157,449
66,900
2,580,630

430

9,153,797

423
196

11,702,718
6,597,872

1,600,407 12,355,600
1,095,569 4,641,139
990,360 4,107,435
5,531,207 35,489,312
517,040 6,680,390
4,370,810 20,112,321

2,861,058 2,263,090
712,580
734,248
1,090,260
766,078
19,824,449 13,533,823
6,290,658 2,678,810
5,866,722 7,241,495

76,067
10,027
17,577
269,286
133,498

20,181,775
8,287,490
8,201,048
77,805,526
16,233,798
40,305,476

17,069,239
10,419,494
9,770,410
57,254,939
11,990,747
27,882,554

37,251,014
18,706,984
17,971,458
135,060,465
28,224,545
"~ '"8,030

83,386,197

36,645,727

27,217,544

506,455

171,015,113

134,387,383

305,402,496

15,584,194 102,356,584
9,900,174 63,844,772

30,591,915
15,148,244

19,330,339
7,748,567

1,506,289
794,435

181,072,039
104,034,064

110,720,103
48,153,381

291,792,142
152,187,445

14,105,393

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Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia.
Total Eastern States.
Virginia
West Virginia...
North Carolima.
South Carolina..
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee

772 14,287,914 21,942,442 124,579,684 35,582,509 45,335,301
304,914
24
326,897 3,163,442
387,533
421,756
940,596 1,393,170 10,058,707 1,046,518 2,700,339
186
27,750

2,670,766
27,164
141,079

244,398,616
4,631,7C6
16,280,409
236,829

123,748,476
1,899,098
14,603,926
750,260

368,147,092
6,530,804
30,884,335
987,089

33,834,014 49,146,877 304,212,082 82,756,905 75,564,052

5,139,733

550,653,663

299,875,244

850,528,907

38,904,018 5,948,174 16,727,947
20,521,056 2,600,671 7,609,831
6,028,515 2,185,082 9,010,630
7,669,590 2,850,553 4,871,612
17,573,122 9,520,134 13,150,586
10,828,186 7,300,273 6,415,414
8,760,177 8,007,856 7,920,844
2,598,364 1,112,990 1,291,598
2,705,668 1,805,028 1,743,445
15,352,844 20,679,265 16,742,365
5,411,567 3,770,143 3,820,182
9,428,862 2,584,337 3,439,465
22,128,335 10,539,406 9,330,906

499,868
142,318
106,696
57,424
185,199
243,023
634,607
276,169
484,426
894,340
326,233
108,721
159,811

69,961,306
34,017,085
19,202,614
16,243,198
43,140,697
26,890,224
26,576,388
5,818,225
7,441,745
60,260,122
14,467,443
18,345,540
43,548,776

32,007,025
18,513,479
22,481,065
12,110,287
17,885,773
6,333,459
16,052,506
6,241,905
5,738,166
61,623,753
6,178,715
26,383,892
17,474,599

101,968,331
52,530,564
41,683,679
28,353,485
61,026,470
33,223,683
42,628,894
12,060,130
13,179,911
121,883,875
20,646,158
44,729,432
61,023,375

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14,470,600 167,910,304 78,903,912 102,074,825

4,118,835

385,913,363

249,024,624

634,937,987

348 14,965,468 12,368,492 37,253,141 18,452,401 15,288,724
242 7,493,285 3,483,158 29,279,103 8,956,154 9,062,579
443 15,864,405 5,263,077 35,568,097 20,962,919 13,456,679
89 2,657,847 2,103,493 15,334,197 8,990,093 7,911,103
122 2,303,396 1,359,628 15,113,763 16,981,162 5,876,741
237 4,056,921 1,834,227 9,015,003 8,972,142 5,075,267
304 7,598,399 2,405,312 11,881,829 13,599,809 4,391,855
109 1,713,325
657,829 6,636,776 3,472,548 2,418,723

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1,455,209
471,101
889,110
107,352
160,908
320,939
288,755
39,980

99,783,435
58,745,380
92,004,287
37,104,085
41,795,598
29,274,499
40,165,959
14,939,181

86,466,009
47,437,986
91,200,811
32,434,478
28,353,676
55,681,948
64,159,735
13,944,137

186,249,444
106,183,366
183,205,098
69,538,563
70,149,274
84,956,447
104,325,694
28,883,318

1,504
129
113
71
48
108
49
87
30
20
416
47
124
100

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

1,342

Total Middle States.
North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma

1,894

Total Western States..
Washington..
Oregon
,
California
Idaho .
Utah

1,139




136
90
207
193
54
29
106
35
289

4,064,143
1,504,275
859,057
319,941
1,579,325
933,383
546,659
355,769
359,890
4,810,588
636,295
1,586,084
879,478
18,434,8

3,817,156
1,638,934
1,012,634
474,078
1,132,331
1,169,945
706,245
183,335
343,288
1,780,720
503,023
1,198,071
510,840

3,733,354

413,812,424

419,678,780

594,489
312,849
257,518
255,093
118,699
81,963
239,429
84,720
804,101

11,153,575
10,622,865
22,188,653
26,346,743
7,655,098
3,693,029
14,526,458
7,496,568
30,532,149

17,894,958
16,541,723
27,277,658
24,160,320
19,026,257
7,712,548
14,490,925
4,162,715
16,140,448

29,048,533
27,164,588
49,466,311
50,507,063
26,681,355
11,405,577
29,017,383
11,659,283
46,672,597

10,337,440 ,3,344,833 35,965,860 37,886,062 43,932,082

2,748,861

134,215,138

147,407,552

281,622,690

86,447
111,953
510,595
222,813
15,950

12,187,942
7,962,491
44,864,622
7,854,372
2,329,271

11,897,821
12,141,255
46,020,405
6,401,177
4,199,008

24,085,763
20,103,746
90,885,030
14,255,549
6,528,279

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2,596,652 4,137,671
3,452,936 3,224,137
8,142,155 5,472,026
7,978,885 7,870,532
2,664,382 1,844,177
1,129,313 1,259,149
5,289,421 3,362,801
1,023,050 2,398,658
5,609,268 14,392,931

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56,653,046 29,475,216 160,081,909 100,387,228 63,481,671
1,319,817 I
681,995
1,771,047
1,675,904
876,330
237,725
885,194
1,206,385
1,683,043

63 2,102,674
68 2,997,355
207 20,550,685
51 1,510,417
16
669,958

451,143
268,429
379,954
768,611
246,657
81,038
414,354
316,993
417,654

1,392,557
806,180
9,036,479
856,771
233,517

2,053,803
2,682,519
6,165,953
7,797, 718
1,934,853
903,841
4,335,259
2,466,762
7,625,152

3,833,810
1,715,985
5,432,827
528,718
697,401

3,090,185
1,633,394
4,930,081
2,557,458
414,896

1,682^269
697,624
4,403,955
1,178,195
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Cities, States, and Territories.

On demand,
Num- paper with
ber of one or more
banks. individual
or firm
names.

On time,
On desingleOn time,
mand,
On time, name pa- secured by On mortsecured by paper with per (one
stocks,
gages or
Amount of
Amount of
stocks, two or more person
and
bonds, and individual or firm), bonds,per- other real- 90-day paper. paper over
other
90 days.
estate
other peror firm
without
sonal sesecurity.
sonal secu- names.
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Nevada
Arizona
Total Pacific States

10
12

$505,771
594,917

$181,830
443,094

$246,178
1,017,087

$355,839
739,942

$83,329
551,781

$18,279
45,461

$1,391,226
3,392,282

$4,077,144
2,870,293

$5,468,370
6,262,575

427

28,931,777

12,950,428

14,472,006

13,721,795

8,894,702

1,011,498

79,982,206

87,607,106

167,589,312

Total States, etc

6,7^6 157,344,961 123,493,347 766,028,358 |350,301,629 321,164,876

Total United States

7,096 352,144,881 384,583,183 1,294,695,469 773,791,174 701,409,037




1392 banks not making returns held loans to the amount of $146,148,928.

17,258,736 i 1 - 735.591.007 1,337,980,689 3,073,572,596
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Number of
banks.

Cities, States, and Territories.

State,
county,
and
municipal
bonds.

Railroad
bonds.

Other
publie* service
corporation
bonds.

All other
bonds.

Stocks.

Warrants,
claims,
judgments,
etc.

Foreign
government
bonds.

Other
foreign
bonds
and
securities.

Total.

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$8,602,895 $88,804,096 $24,176,259 $35,897,349
3,863,667
2,857,933
2,945,802
8,473,710
875,031
436,260
1,653,300
1,828,737

$4,622,263
8,056,525
324,406

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New York City
Chicago
St. Louis

11,897,088

93,403,198

28,914,957

46,199,796

13,003,194

17
3
6
32
23
16
11
2
5
5
8
2
6

1,493,957
1,569,589
125,359
1,610,376
1,788,988
3,189,166
1,968,789

8,521,728
2,051,099
2,461,018
14,702,539
8,952,408
1,259,900
2,578,927

7,650,623
2,481,580
882,746
11,836,214
5,765,090
1,158,432
510,833

4,341,320
2,222,397
1 108,510
6,439,368
19,926,815
960,829
180,980

2,582.390
73i; 711
291,880
38 555
960,260
116,000

281,507

645,350

4.902
5 750

3,920
26 300

308,102
150,067
53,500
9 585
117,000

515,382
4,016,421
1,156,896
2,848,508
420,871
395,548
257,665
547,007
479,487
2,799
37,800
65,000
156,003
655, C88
4,500

1,883,411
4,716,038
1,948,291
707,491
192,597
2,215,056
1,443,039
1,258,205
4,075,281
71,187
103,080

1,110,745
965,780
257,720
285,115
1,177,545
298,488
927,075
890,300
332,623
87,588

235,874
361,025
5,680
1,368,423
5,237,483
273,913
63,774
26,205
207,062
14,750
19,396
22 900
36,600
50,000
10,650
383,942
593,596
339,112
77,746
598,737
47,000
064,527

159,913
474,403
7,020

189,931
49,810
404,926
5,850

407,914
21,000
221,319
356,348

381,180
11,000
27,350
32,600

228,651
6,500
26,000
21,000

$2,753,728 $10,852,460 $1,345,331
882,545
242,486
1,157,330
170
158,196

$177,054,381
28,479,998
5,276,100

11,735,175

210,810,479

4,069,254

1,587,817

OTHER RESERVE CITIES.
Boston

Albany
Brooklyn
Philadelphia

Pittsburgh
Baltimore
Washington
Savannah
New Orleans
Dallas
Fort Worth
Galveston
Houston
San Antonio'
Waco
Louisville
Cincinnati
.
Cleveland
Columbus
Indianapolis
Detroit
Milwaukee .
Minneapolis
St. Paul
Cedar Rapids
Des Moines
Dubuque
Sioux City
Kansas City, Mo
• St. Joseph
Lincoln..
Omaha
South Omaha
Kansas City Kans
Topeka

-. .
.

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...

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. .

8
8
7
8
5
3
5
0
4
3
4
3
5
11
4
4
7
3
2
3

25,000
1,000
215,617
1,289,406
1,438,786
497,373
633,351
1,606,677
687,053
707,324
1,069,507
199,575
148,510
211,025
249,000
791,968
26,800
1,000
213,833
5,000
62,340
29,700

9,750
76,433
427,267
2,651,855
12,242

62,689
9,683
47,500
240,316

25,416
98,875
90,500

14,173
19 534
13,405
9,142
77,830
48,767
150,473
9,856
66,028
123,529
89,038

200,765
90,437
191,875
53,703

15,614
38,100
11,412

15,942
40,314

24,002
15,000
136,694
10,478
342,889
343,130
36,225
1,600
336,454
31,000
350
132.750

32,419
111,495
8,000
158,370
238,397
7,507
29,345
207,585
83,501
10,041
3.331

400

22,253,252
8,685,690
4,685,162
36,545,751
44,422,822
6,901,982
5,543,619
26,205
4,038,584
896,528
373,598
122 624
1,127,265
191,000
20,792
4,187,692
11,720,445
5,498, 767
4,464,189
3,154,244
4,686,298
4,084,339
3,443,150
5,980,900
408,568
537,579
484,434
1,115,985
2,908,812
87,902
31,945
1,776 017
158,001
347,400
575,729

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Cities, States, and Territories.

Number of
banks.

State,
county,
and
municipal
bonds.

Railroad
bonds.

Other
publicservice
corporation
bonds.

$109,512
1,195,565
379,553

$3,230,983
542,352

477,860
246,587

363,000
61,260

487,950
697,399
3,592,355
296,053

187,200
448,538
2,035,581
23,000

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All other

bonds.

Stocks.

Warrants,
claims,
judgments,
etc.

$11,800
1,150,478
222,282
300
1,049
452,750

$9,965
1,657,376
72,950
80,000
4,600
76,950
109,763
132,013
268,775
23,231
1,659,138
37,152

$8,
368,
397,
124,
587,
946,
614,
100,
248,
14,
145,

Foreign
government
bonds.

Other
foreign
bonds
and
securities.

Total.

OTHER RESERVE CITIES—continued.

Wichita
Denver
Pueblo
Muskogee
Oklahoma City
Seattle
Spokane
Tacoma
Portland
Los Angeles
San Francisco
Salt Lake City

$257,056
234,795
346,827
190, 792
860,163
1,529,775
351,018
371,746
2,759,250
2,594,065
6,569,370
204,000

Total

315

45,302,333

41,465
461,310
318,847
974,577
312,560

$30,000
$27,100

997,082

$396,983
7,867,867
1,988,266
395,196
1,453,152
3,846,632
1,383,249
646,209
4,413,029
4,096,447
15,973,939
1,242,310

68,009,754 | 45,143,649

49,850,736

15,980,880

8,605,724

1,946,842

350,631

96,050,532

28,984,074

12,674,978

13,682,017

1,938,448

507,856
2,105,823
241,768
1,573,132
264,364
708,367

13,639
22,757
5,315
126,428
237,960
190,188

52,833
126,792
21,030
236,949
57,726
144,156

73,628
18,394
6,500
57,079
19,400
41,572

14,510,503
6,317,762
5,119,069
28,800,555
7,174,007
15,286,687

216,573 I

77,208,583

g

446,001,028

3,288,120
969,152
1,147,316
9,135,705
1,734,322
2,033,377

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235,190,549

57,199,421 161,412,952 I 74,058,606

Total, all reserve cities

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STATES, ETC.
Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut
Total N e w England States
New York
!
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Mary/and
District of Columbia
Total Eastern States
Virginia
West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina




1,009,917
433,201
1,141,426
499,741
368,488
859,267

4,598,257
1,454,116
1,631,908
7,558,709
2,023,875
8,526,213

4,966,253
1,187,527
923,806
9,612,812
2,467,872
2,783,547

436

4,312,040

25,793,078

21,941,817

18,309,992

5,401,316

596,287

429
200
781

13,724,495
10,618,080
9,041,866
202, 793
1,148,290
10,000

47,126,305
22,639,744
53,254,478
876,406
4,446,625
206,351

13,792,284
14,019,349
36,612,193
1,168,975
3,152,942
99,350

17,217,707
7,231,475
30,515,793
344,826
2,004,708
13,790

2,414,179
1,215,034
4,334,423
48,165
149,378
27,010

1,261,456
492,328
3,390,560
41,086
86,171

796,247
623,311
1,258,160
10,055
2,367

421,447
94,879
568,729
29,131
2,800

96,754,120
56,934,200
138,976,202
2,721,437
10,993,281
356,501

34,745,524 128,549,909

68,845,093

57,328,299

8,188,189

5,271,601

2,690,140

1,116,986

306,735,741

406,402
963,822
28,800

1,490,506
1,396,016
212,128
353,135

901,051
382,888
258,055
584,990

172,375
165,514
21,173
9,464

9,893

4,000

5,717,814
4,502,835
796,061
1,728,244

56
49
163
20
79

1,526
133
116
73
48

1,420,100
719,374
191,929
752,966

1,313,487
875,221
74,977
27,689

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Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee

116
52
87
33
26
481
49
136
107

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.

Total Southern States
Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan
^Wisconsin
Minnesota
Iowa
Missouri

.

775,529
31,220

51,910
81 520
161,777
59,488
415 277
146,580
178,200
674,516
550,741

216,273
148,392
959,732
331,123
43,115
403,638
212,757
326,528
1,031,539

388,596
790,129
169,179
39,405
38 909
240,094
40,294
113,960
493,982

67,704
503,398
172,403
145,713
49,231
877,155
297,067
350,854
390,049

553,377

23,000
25,000

9,660

6,000
25,000

1,018,911
3,402,947
3,387,777
2,043,326
926,325
3,907,632
848,783
2,973,252
3,380,797

.

Total Western States

7,124,882

4,441,532

3,222,100

97,893

13,660

34,634,704

18,795,918
4,330,535
7,970,493
5,678,590
4,106,732
2,311,055
1,000,865
813,267

4,947,753
3,897,852
4,513,299
1,724,457
3,351,132
722,250
621,756
95,425

3,877,941
4,247,407
6,756,442
2,148,832
4,672,435
539,728
678,032
223,465

7,335,974
3,296 872
8,207,973
6,315,985
6,409,424
2,162,254
1,609,354
714,971

1,142,742
219,430
1,049,870
197,230
303,292
163,785
493,441
95,166

500,158
425,635
2,084,049
542,104
250,485
868,375
1,079,276
107,69.6

121,361
106,002
447,046
27,365
48,072
22,240
34,947
9,570

20,018
48,801
30,058
66,536
20,495
19,350

36,741,865
16,572,534
31,029,172
16,664,621
19,208,108
6,810,182
5,517,671
2,078,910

45,007,455

19,873,924

23,144,282

36,052,807

3,664,956

5,857,778

816,603

205,258 ^

134,623,063

389,571
472,938
307,873
2,079,971
548 056
132,393
1,411,211
154,785
1,212,579

5,000
82,304
61,131
193,524
8 869
108,767
869,632
99,470
1,000

69,428
80,577
143,300
436,912
45 000
73,974
877,390
108,200
27,278

91,795
610,259
118,089
309,425
218 388
51,900
980,363
68,494
197,726

28,715
28,522
50,905
127,736
71 733
62,804
251,559
43,982
67,436

506,505
536,502
543,322
454,019
842 414
100,343
1,140,134
120,656
2,289,922

1,238

. . .

3,719,033

144
103
228
205
57
30
117
40
314

...

4,267,130

1,971

.

11,748,474

357
249
448
96
124
261
325
111

Total Middle States

Washington
Oregon
California
Idaho
Utah
Nevada

77,500
69,181
69,863
399,086

1,457

.

North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wvominer
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma

216,928
1 810 327
1,831,823
1,068,510
379 793
1,652,128
120,465
725,865
858,266

6,709,377

1,429,697

1,862,059

2,646,439

733,392

6,533,817

4,738
61,125
343,472
160,982
48,462
23,287
25,104

1,347,683
1,051,472
790, Oil
1,146,012
87,400

64
78
235
54
17
U
13
2

868,416
1,186,329
12,522,726
204,416
224,000
144,522
452,682
10,000

185,713
327, 415
2,947,498
74,500
125,320
161,871
27,203
5,000

141,925
261,723
3,194,943
66,775
22,950
121,212
39,250
20,000

288,688
189,642
1,531,205
45,825
153,443
200,707
80,000
19,000

474

15,613,091

3,854,520

3,868,778

2,508,510

667,170

4,743,035

4

10,000

22,985

20,000

101,080

4,526

7,106 118,145,961 183,791,243 123,401,062 124,070,009

23,101,075

Total United States

7,473 175,345,382 345,204,195 197,459,668 220,120,541

52,085,149

32,565

32,565

19,947,346

2,762

Total States, etc

1,091,014
1,811,102
1,224,620
3,634,152
1,734,460
530,181
5,530,289
595,587
3,795,941

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Arizona
Alaska
Total Pacific States
Island possessions (Hawaii)




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2,837,163
3,077,706
21,350,588
1,698,510
661,575
762,620
833,383
54,292

2,000

18,733

2,000

18,733

4,278,687

1,571,210

17,960,704

3,509,658

1,050,587,655

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38,902,358

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26,227,380

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Nov. 6, 1912, to Aug. 9, 1918.

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Boston
Rhode Island
Connecticut
New England States

Individual
deposits
subject to
check.

Demand certificates of
deposit.
!

$43,589,689.73
19,270,030.09
17,791,990.31
132,634,967.87
176,752,602.29
28,012,793.78
66,453,043.35

States, Territories, and reserve cities.

$1,430,435.18
1,650,533.72
934,000.27
3,935,362.45
1,829,833.50
4,158,812.66
1,489,250.76

Time certificates of
deposit.

Certified
checks.

Cashier's
checks outstanding.

Total.

56,500.00
54,260.90

$51,754.56
21,724.59
54,598.56
364,941.97
2,901,633.86
67,330.31
519,871.39

$175,977.52
165,946.18
81,770.41
357,010.09
1,383,530.70
117,156.47
110,801.24

$45,712,804.39
21,203,090.99
19,413,630.34
137,607,290.70
182,867,600.35
32,412,593.22
68,627,227.64

$464,947.40
94,856.41
551,270.79
315,008.32

484,505,117.42

15,428,228.54

1,536,843.82

3,981,855.24

2,392,192.61

507,844,237.63

New York
Albany
Brooklyn
New York City
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Delaware
Maryland
Baltimore
District of Columbia
Washington

304, 674,935.29
16, 523,166.37
19, 593,776.08
623, 113,139. 71
184, 270,930.78
348, 716,870.90
181, 491,740. 35
121, 144,316.68
7, 643,754.92
36, 515,464.97
44, 238,467.70
934,102.83
24, 804,850.25

51,502,078.81
23,830.39
56,632.66
9,439,100.42
4,625,771.19
52,460,043.88
1,558,220.85
1,853,492.85
539,726.02
1,680,560.97
317,900.65

1,998,083.77

276,140.33
39,825.35
278,714.89
20,897,946.60
279,564.27
964,643.97
3,536,436.52
1,103,981.87
613.71
21,554.48
686,509.11

279,337.91

18,497.00

737, 631.62
31, 086.66
164,280.26
89,227, 751.47
1,267,048.19
349,532.78
348, 200.89
815, 180.34
23,424.31
28, 589.75
892, 417.83
3,82.61
108,894.21

4,771.67

359,188,869.82
16,617,908.77
20,093,403.89
742,932,490.21
192,790,725.92
459,402,970.61
187,221,205.81
126,557,931.18
8,551,539.81
40,017,100.12
46,140,295.29
934,485.44
25,216,351.04

Eastern States

1,913,665,516.83

124,336,696.60

65,597,940.79

93,994,420.92

28,070,702.77

2,225,665,277.91

74, 857,704.66
33, 352,989.40
26, 103,920.20
18, 133,540.57
092,867.44
4
\: 157,603.44
28,996,799.54
37, 804,776.99
10,966,889.57
14, 141,025.19
22, 601,410.65
135, 187,536.70
18,648,790.75
11, 591,562.39
3, 685,548.15

9,065,620.01
3,311,645.35
3,847,175.12
424,068.74
1,697,416.35
196,400.00
1,077,082.73
1,201,647.40
242,771.61
1,698,616.57
288,895.39
3,639,467.92
42,280.12
399,127.38
248,416.47

5,743,458.81
15,034,033.45
4,350,731.94
1,022,143.96
3,235,075.09
128,751.48
1,777,392.84
2,426,734.90
2,662,798.32
660,614.17
503,074.78
6,267,251.78
97,821.50
195,684.77
23,405.30

438,426.31
29,508.23
24,872.96
11,950.77
38,785.15
13,853.00
53,039.94
78,902.01
5,879.76
14,210.49
97,185.00
149,230.89
83,488.44
11,948.74
4,674.12

224,612.22
87,474.02
239,792.40
81,433.14
260,762.10
3.48
131,000.91
89,061.66
90,576.10
71,221.08
110,853.63
1,053,496.43
562,690.25
244,588.91
6,113.88

90,329,822.01
51,815,650.45
34,566,492.62
19,673,137.18
46,324,906.13
1,496,611.40
32,035,315.96
41,601,122.96
13,968,915.36
16,585,687.50
23,601,419.45
146,296,983.72
19,435,071.06
12,442,912.19
3,968,157.92

Virginia
West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
Savannah
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
New Orleans
Texas
Dallas
Fort Worth
Galveston

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254,552.01
2,347,411.49
56,911,879.08
286,607.20
1,640,959.44
344,020.85
1,770,929.95
25,000.00

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San Antonio
Waco
Arkansas
Kentucky
Louisville
Tennessee
Southern States
Ohio

Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Indiana
Indianapolis
Illinois
Chicago
Michigan
Detroit
Wisconsin
Milwaukee
Minnesota
Minneapolis
St. Paul
Iowa
Cedar Rapids
Des Moines
Dubuque
Sioux City
Missouri
Kansas City
St. Joseph
St. Louis
Middle Western States.
North Dakota
South Dakota

Nebraska
Lincoln
Omaha
South Omaha.
Kansas
Kansas C i t y . . .
Topeka
Wichita
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
Denver
Pueblo*




22,893,508.98
9,627,071. 09
5,837,300.69
15,465,702.23
35,337,080.65
15,233,217.01
46,759,087.40

779,320.95
61,974.00
9.060.33
1,916^732.62
1,450,277.24
980,096.94
7,084,341.70

988,039.16
368,828.19
144,602.12
1,301,879.32
4,882,225.61
3,862,213.69
6,687,669.41

78,447.34
3,441.83
5,200.05
16,217.74
38,451.91
50,187.31
130,717.33

396,114.31
51,921.07
37,380.43
84,616.89
46,549.69
62,282.54
202,578.90

629,475,933.69

39,662,434.94

62,364,430.59

1,378,619.32

4,135,124.04

737,016,542.58

133,938, 343.72
39,917, 421.21
42,862, 852.19
14,823, 043.90
79,685, 608.44
21,646, 478.66
136,288, 488.79
196,810, 808.39
64,328, 777.89
29,384^ 262.62
48,427' 282.50
33,603; 241.38
54,294, 748.19
42,728, 922.19
23,184^ 823.22
51,809; 292. 20
1,725, 073.45
5,679, 392.95
1,291, 495.51
4,373; 888.00
23,677, 599.99
34,850, 080.99
5,427, 775.99
54,105, 203. 91

38,107,517760
1,062,407.98
412,935.12
752,681.10
33,978,586.18
1,651,709.75
30,000,564.44
3,851,891.17
20,110,460.66
4,081,869.99
12,428,240.37
7,162,580.48
1,553,251.00
2,607,320.60
1,898,409.97
18,576,960.73
123,347.13
746,228.05
5,610.39
137.510.46
534.593.47
3,176,837.14
619,789.14
105,680.80

22,326,453.33

917,618.65
2,067,087.57
6,068,056.50
4,499,559.00
830,021.39
10,502,817.13

161,564.99
161,980.46
190,060.37
25,349.90
105,128.96
43,125.24
204,660.70
2,151,861.11
119,196.96
116,999. 88
103,484.48
223,921. 45
268,555.79
143,313.82
61,334.30
60,478.21
3,153.00
22,737.00
145. 85
3,774.34
43,244. 41
80,166.56
5,983.00
28,196.66

205,493.20
279,886.44
182.682.57
14,941.08
147,063.59
300,867.19
429,763.33
4,991,836.83
49,771.84
83,552.20
137,245.17
205,710. 41
1,300,961.02
1,323,018. 60
962,286.55
194,476.24
56,390.43
1,823.19
8,201.82
92,026.63
85,328.46
1,001,096.65
248.448.58
1,407,609.72

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194,739,372.84
41,421,696.09
43,648,530.25
19,574,277.02
121,987,133.93
23,642,180.84
205,634,192. 82
212,451,301.14
89,704,837.83
33,666,684.69
89,163,815.94
42,352,813.98
106,788,843.86
47,964,223.64
28,150,033.39
105,641,952.16
2,918,756.46
6,450,181.19
2,223,072.22
6,674,287.00
30,408,822.83
43,607,740.34
7,132,018.10
66,149,508.22

1,144,864,906.28

183,686,983.72

225,505,487.60

4,328,417.44

13,710,481.74

1,572,096,276.78

378,237.94
169,427.11
181,119.30
101,495.41
1,149,233.11
949,464.90
234,138.37
68,003.81
37,628.20
%
67,914.07
338,633.01
48,178.03
237,569.53
386,721.98
180,015.03

33,777,778.11
29,166,077.24
53,267, 803.05
4,717,345.65
28,752, 601. 81
6,701,653.67
58,072,765.69
2,961,835.90
2,818,094.00
4,188,870.09
37,035, i.12
14,118,074.16
41,304,500. 44
39,341,210.52
7,537,272.54

963.120.37
524,841.20
464,725.81
984,908.22
975,4S9. 36
997,118.48
444,348.30
411.178.38
503,949.53
528,134.89
294,475.33
172,431.29
287,102.97
979,189. 78
713,714.64

1,272} 178.92
1,124, 625.29
6,688, 941.16
i 77
.
166,
171, 275.80
656.44
5,
5,838, 509.96
432, 307. 55
275, 679.48
352, 218.96
2,706, 689.73
130, 093.11
4,255, 110.67
427, 434. 75
l,059 3 109. 64

3,958,261.04
8,070,746.76
38,710,715.56
4,644,903.64
5,096,630.48
* 28," 067," 563 .'42
1,157,360.26
49,371,327.86
1,161,648.43
2,043,179.35
35,000,744.78
1,010,792.45

14,135,667.73
14,318,351.62
19,902,054.31
456,754.45
5,382,625.70
1,745,395.76
12,517,955.82
48,700.23
237,925.92
8,666,642. 43
4,754,649.52
8,499,304.08
9,437,804.69
1,582,242.29

28,573.15
28,832.02
30,962.47
7,588.80
73,977.84
4,018.09
37,813.24
1,645.93
836.79
2,676-. 25
29,357.62
12,722.21
25,413.19
110,059.32
2,190.94

25,135,430.74
10,113,236.18
6,033,543.62
18,785,148.80
41,754,585.10
20,187,997.49
60,864,394.74

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States, Territories, and reserve cities.

New Mexico
Oklahoma
Muskogee
Oklahoma City
Western States
Washington
Seattle
Spokane
Tacoma
Oregon
Portland
California
Los Angeles
San Francisco
Idaho
Utah
Salt Lake City
Nevada
Arizona
Alaska
Pacific States
Island possessions, Hawaii
United States

Individual
deposits
subject to
checki

Demand certificates of
deposit.

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Time certificates of
deposit.

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Certified
checks.

Cashier's
checks outstanding.

Total.

$9,742,271.67
44,024,008.56
3,371,741.09
5,893,686.14

$480,112.44
1,976,503.61
51,543.82
146,260.49

$4,265,234.05
4,824,664.41
845,485.72
325,580.31

$11,921.90
29,285.24
14,372.25
23,202.35

$107,306,44
698,793.47
45,958.59
74,525.76

$14,606,846.50
51,653,255.29
4,329,101.47
6,463,255.05

295,276,436.01

27,560,850.59

111,947,039.04

575,449.60

5,454,364.06

440,814,139.30

24, 481,980.28
23.,761,286.95
14,,889,814. 85
6,,477,950.20
23, 076,106.05
19, 344,504.58
107, 788,374.04
42, 772,838.46
84, 003,947.81
14 715,290.98
6 870,702. 78
11 742,921.08
4, 374,110.07
7, 435,689.84
1, 070,155.06

1,245, 233.39
402, 735.03
1,994, 936.29
68j 547.39
1,954, 482.17
1,306, 710.63
7,801, 986.36
813, 231.99
2,024, 554.57
1,789, 213.82
74, 868.19
45. 337.86
772, 027.69
180, 684.09
30, 332.51

3,942,711.54
4,552,990.59
108,736.65
371,786.47
3,483,514.18
242,699.39
10,510,182.72
1,408,461.81
3,409,414.49
2,829,843.12
1,693,961.22
1,533,967.25
857,420.98
612,763.84
39,725.00

29,085.22
260,258.53
52,137.70
56,733.69
21,553.22
96,466.70
284,753.73
201,362.80
599,247.59
52,961.13
10,838.60
32,381.28.
845.62
6,029.15
4,044.56

101,922.78
487,159.41
100,255.91
95,448.95
94,408.72
305,056.95
2,120,561.37
3,187,844.94
1,263,063.47
141,219.72
88,670.98
235,018.30
168,396.97
119,988.06
5,406.07

29,800, 933.21
29,464, 430.51
17,145, 881.40
7,070, 466.70
28,630, 064.34
21,295, 438.25
128,505, 858.22
48,383, 740.00
91,300, 227.93
19,528, S28.77
8,739, 041.77
13,589, 625.77
6,172, 801.33
8,355, 154.98
1,149, 663.20

392,805,G73.03

20,504,881.98

35,598,179.25

1,708,699.52

8,514,422.60

459,131,856.38

W

1,907,851. 41

32,987.37

43,006.82

8,791.58

102.15

1,992,739.33

o

4,862,501,434.67

411,213,063.74

502,592,927.91

105,976,253.62

62,277,389.97

5,944,561,069.91

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New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts..
Boston
Rhode Island...




$43,309,763.50
18,495,919.22
17,692,365.83
129,562,947.14
175,422,240.50
27,633,594.08

$1,491,831.94
1,938,852.43
905,850.95
3,579,370.44
1,614,101.47
4,214,095.41

$441,151.12
94,690.58
564,306.51
328,527.50
56,500.00

$30,129.82
30,047.44
3,371.07
413,647.52
2,699,411.32
62,026.64

$174,879.49
162,429.12
83,355.01
254,179.49
1,752,101.80
108,688.14

$45,447,755.87
20,721,938.79
19,249,249.37
134,138,672.09
181,487,855.09
32,074,904.27

Connecticut.
New England States
New York
Albany
Brooklyn
New York City..
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Delaware
Maryland
Baltimore
District of Columbia.
Washington
Eastern States.
Virginia
West Virginia
North Carolina...
South Carolina...
Georgia
Savannah
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
New Orleans.
Texas
Dallas
Fort Worth..
Gralveston
Houston
San Antonio.
Waco
Arkansas
Kentucky
Louisville
Tennessee.
Southern States.
Ohio
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Indiana
Indianapolis
Illinois
Chicago




68,945,249.23

1,502,440.73

57,423.59

670,331.82

210,328.17

71,385,773.54

I 481,062,079.50

15,246,543.37

1,542,599.30

3,908,965.63

2,745,961.22

504,506,149.02

301,312,401.06
16,317,777.45
18,967,647.32
644,410,052.41
189,076,902.62
353,583,791.68
172,127, 735.68
121,809,542.11
.7,909,463.96
36,769,981.96
43,203,908.80
950,074.22
25,911,035.19

52,942,952.83
14,068.93
64,161.68
8,396,069.04
4,725,716.13
53,013,304.40
1,396,305.71
1,410,531.15
130,662.81
1,426,259.77
562,928.29

2,732,079.42

314,642.47
286,944.07
384,176.26
30,497,225.68
225,823.79
1,042,541.57
4,337,192.02
1,310,821.95
1,784.66
40,355.97
706,505.79

186,685.53

87,302.53

637,234.69
214,388.40
202,904.94
70, 326,660.44
1,216,457,59
407,579.11
350,141.87
668,034.90
33,081.83
31,118.43
1,
067,734.45
331.61
62,660.42

18,735.71

357,939,310.47
16,833,178.85
19,618,890.20
754,284, 535.29
197,976,780.72
465,449,653.50
178,527,582.93
126,836,533.17
8,431,133.37
40,162,965.93
45,591,077.33
950,405.83
26,266,419.38

1,932,350,314.46

124,269,646.27

67,863,427.62

75, 218,328.68

39,166,749.94

2,238,868,466.97

9,198,193.36
2,796,192.16
3,748,956.40
382,280.43
1,632,967.27
131,400.00
965,397.61
1,155,882.32
243,112.61
1,235,513.90
465,831.98
3,796,049.13
67,780.12
459,238.95
251,003.05
802,374.38
138,514.00
10,380.28
2,016,078.64
1,430,118.65
922,452.99
7,087,133.54

5,735,797.60
15,254,074.81
4,693,760.28
932,769.38
3,115,938.74
130,894.60
1,897,305.19
2,436,824.33
2,725,811.34
1,083,968.77
515,411.32
6,271,342.96
152,885.43
68,813.20
40,335.28
854,805.51
409,390.53
169,198.38
1,382,639.13
4,949,636.85
3,814,523.40
6,724,237.02

565,604.45
31,916.55
20,306.36
60,224.10
49,997. 71
4,148.13
52,962.51
105,086.92
17,674.16
14,493.73
375,325.52
103,878.35
67,630.90
143,366.59
1,931.28
32,267.12
3,826.83
10,657.05
24,431.70
47,873.29
48,240.85
135,265.24

515,970.70
169,949.07
258,425.02
151,983.40
255,734. 53
157.48
238,037.15
95,260.37
161,337.88
70,406.81
157,190.12
1,009,627.97
568,207.93
276,787.51
13,177.26
502,178.98
120,307.76
11,421.43
97,989.70
50,277.94
46,941.79
460,512.53

89,549,249.46
54,197,693.56
34,542, 588.8-1
20,958,577.68
46,917,701.45
1,443,685.70
34,746,664.26
41,328,391.79
14,564,617.27
15,765,485.25
23,317,674.57
141,169,501.72
21,753,204.13
12,794,546.16
4,218,148.58
24,157,970. 72
10,327,164.76
5,745,867.28
18,839,905.41
45,013,092.18
20,643,149.77
61,231,140.94

73,533,683.35
35,945,560.97
25,821,140.78
19,431,320.37
41,863,063.20
1,177,085.49
31,592,961.80
37,535,337.85
11,416,681.28
13,361,102.04
21,803,915.63
129,988,603.31
20,896, 699. 75
11,846,339.91
3,911,701.71
21,966,344.73
9,655,125.64
5,544,210.14
15,318,766.24
38,535,185.45
15,810,990.74
46,823,992.61

654,527.72
2,731,880.59
57,402,436.74
316,207.65
1,637,603.06
356,140.11
1,895,249.80
50,000.00

633,779,812.99

38,936,851.77

63,360,364.05

1,
917,109.34

5, 231,883.33

743,226,021.48

147,874, 467.04
42,177,607.31
46,600,918.06
15,555,612.06
75,333,194.81
21 323,232. 77
139,299,236.73
196,055,614.72

39,739,081.58
1,116,755 20
235 226.21
1,019,723.99
34,120,094. 64
1,468 425.95
29,175,571.70
3,017,899.54

22,973,498.33

201,199. 41
209,257.32
201,455.56
46,633. 71
151,459.88
71,833.90
162,844. 81
2, 191,480.14

242,428.39
1,176,585.05
237,887.57
15,801.76
170,973.59
193 855.32
431,159.32
6,000,043.73

211,030,674.75
44,680,204. 88
47,275,477. 40
20,600,113. f.8
117,934, CC3. 02
23,057 347.94
208,744,730. SO
211,032,724.75

3,962,342.36
8,159,270.10
39,625,918.84
3,767,686. 62

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FEBRUARY 4, 1913—Continued.
Individual
deposits
subject to
check.

States, Territories, and reserve cities.

Michigan
D etr oi t
Wisconsin
Milwaukee
Minnesota
Minneapolis
St.PauI
Iowa
Cedar Rapids
Des Moines
Dubuque
Sioux City
Missouri
Kansas City
St. Joseph
St.Louis

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North Dakota..
South Dakota..
Nebraska.
Lincoln
Omaha
South Omaha.
Kansas..
Kansas City.
Topeka
Wichita
Montana.
Wyoming
Colorado
Denver
Pueblo
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Muskogee
Oklahoma City.
Western States




$67,134,846.86 $20,909,411.42
3,771,804.52
3 0,479,812.7 6
12, 828,708.75
51,905,781.37
6, 724, 793.57
33,402,046.61
1,397,227. 45
46,554,267.46
626,283.96
2,
40,637,811.32
3, 722,664.12
!
24,371,898.24
19, 340,266,99
'
55,588,228.80
50,692.44
1,845,372.74
767,818.15
5,853,889. 73
20,462.32
1,552,246.96
57,839.32
4,561,072. 73
533,578.35
25,202,210.41
3 234,989.18
.
'
32,824,932.03
623,539.12
i
5,374,692.30
32,557.57
1
54,209,946.80
i 1,165,718,940.62
131,539.93
355,569.31
833, 706. 22
220,842. 7Kl
78
264,384. 03
691,680.03
.081,515.47
771,696. 76
664,420. 76
769,102. 74
436,803.89
946,295.13
546.194.82
209.490.83
700,659.56
622,273.08
784,381.36
683,125.34
006,228.88
294,719,910.92

Time •certificates of
deposit.

$4, 483,233.39

Certified
checks.

Cashier's
checks outstanding.

Total.

$92,722,484.84
34,480,625.33
93,026.246.49
42,087,152.38
99,950,781.46
45,336,202.48
29,301,861.22
110,336,235.41
2,948,673.91
6,643,859.00
2,518,259.26
6,775,158.92
32,034,578.41
41,800,941.93
6,939,422.02
65,638,887.63

939,754.84
1,971,264.38
6,210,747.11
4,606,153.30
809,502.03
9,791,438.54

$97,886.27
88,591.11
46,230.99
577,954.91
121,862.03
160,945.22
118,582.91
61,672.06
980.66
19,372.42
354.35
11,613.40
. 7,653.38
72,092.94
2,178.50
28,312. 73

186,535,416.04

225,084,505.25

4,652,438.61

236,365.43
050,262.92
531,883.13
152^ 154. 74
271,871.69
487. 40
064, 624.98
441, 797. 46
252,353.05
393,361.99
683, 707.14
119,399. 85
043,006. 41
410,872.65
045, 788.25
182,304.62
946,679.58
53,762.78
192,125. 75

14,811,059.23
14,703,801.44
19,865,077.19
450,159.06
5,318,349.93
1,632,798.14
12,517,3S5.59
44,547.43
230,701.64
8,865,604.25
4,769,467.21
8,492,520.78
8,810,564.03
1,330,672.07
4,722,037.25
5,056,863.90
955,301.81
327,029.85

21,592.15
406,759. 76
35,664.90
9,893.40
333,052.36
9,543.24
53,356*61
2,282.69
537.25
2,200.81
25,839.72
26,055.57
31,912.96
166,945.72
4,085.70
3,104.87
142,879.82
4,675.08
20,495.02

319,596.40
145,201.67
194,491.61
89,573.69
988,470.81
970,684.36
241,927.02
126,360.76
14,631.45
43,578.89
186,335.01
49,038.46
237,383.22
484,687.70
73,980.14
123,537.67
671,348.91
58,447.34
103,895.66

32,520,153.14
28,661,595.10
53,460,823.05
4,922,623.67
27,176,128.82
6,305,193.17
60,958,809.67
3,386,685.10
2,931,942.51
4,438,946.07
36,198,290.01
13,910,256.22
39,351,018.19
38,082,560.93
7,155,185.72
14,653.257.49
55,602,153.57
4,755,312.35
6,649,775.16

112,903,940.80

1,300,877.63

5,123,170.77

441,120,709.94

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Demand certificates of
deposit.

27,072,809.82

28,147,968.38
1,087,294.47
50,896,939.19
1,190,114.89
317,962.72
35,097,602.52
1,045,813.74

$97,106.90
140,416.94
97,557.00
295,062.82
980,485.33
721,047.09
770,753.23
248,465.04
5,814.33
2, 778. 70
5,440.79
173,369.09
80,389.16
1,062,774.48
129,510.07
1,576,631.99
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Seattle
Spokane
Tacoma
Oregon
Portland
California
Los Angeles
San Francisco..
Idaho
Utah
Salt Lake City.
Nevada
Arizona
Alaska

23,782, 913.67
23,150, 011.77
14,114,535.95
6,495,817.61
21,578,841.76
20,907,331.00
105,041,547.61
46,898,103.82
83,951,239.62
14,771,429.87
6,321,812.56
10,756, 422.67
4,177,962.56
8,265,636.09
821, 746.67

1,212,049.45
394,651.60
2,054,985,51
83,165.55
1,892,545.99
1,265,428.69
7,851,116.55
625,854.25
2,310,151.80
1,753,798.07
104,793.57
22,721.99
780,899.98
238,024. 76
27,402.59

4,044,162.16
4,878,480.50
74,952.07
441,513.33
3,657,260.77
320,228.13
10,555,960.50
2,613,144.14
3,166,743.76
2,857,744.09
1,637,120.98
1,685,354.56
885,858.92
685,852.92
50,673.85

31,488.43
280,423.22
33,175.03
6,504.84
18,761.43
83,335.13
328,224.17
102,905.70
1,096,842.20
60,972.09
3,347.48
37,063.59
4,862.83
12,845.33
4,524.56

45, 660.78
399! 854.31
164! 517.97
17: 117.99
m,690.60
692. 44
206! 263.17
2,312: 161.80
1,763: 491.24
1,810! 388.98
233:,637.96
82: 060.65
172:,535.22
156:,617.75
69 ,609.52

29,116, 274.49
29,103, 421.40
16,442, 166.53
7,044, 119.32
27,216, 100.55
22,783, 015.39
126,089, 112.00
52,003. 169.71
92,335; 468.62
19,677. 333.10
8,149: 712.55
12,673; 623.46
6,006, 119.51
9,271; 976.85
957.19

Pacific States

391,035,353.23

20,617,590.35

37,555,050.68

2,105,276.03

i,
7,507,300.38

458,820,570.67

1,907,851.41

32,987.37

43,006.82

8,791.58

102.15

1,992,739.33

4,900,574,262.93

412,711,845.19

508,352,894.52

,9,111,787.50

74,681,505.48

5,985,432,295.62

$463,947.94
84,276.61
610,719.31
310,294.67
61,300.00
52,418.20

$15,274.75
127,543.85
5,772.86
421,332.57
2,492,999.38
36,073.83
474,525.94

$196,867.65
450,054.50
81,044.23
349,271.23
2,006,776.49
66,523.91
93,235.41

$45,878,900.39
19,505,688.03
18,914,534.10
131,549,610.57
179,660,821.91
31,127,703.64
68,623,837.05

Island possessions, Hawaii*
United States

APRIL 4, 1913.
Maine
New Hampshire.
Vermont
Massachusetts
Boston
Rhode Island
Connecticut

$43,696,131.44
16,870,783.46
17,261,815.86
126,323,167.77
172,620,817.37
26,934,265.81
66,474,968.07

New England States.
New York
Albany
Brooklyn
New York City..
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Delaware
Maryland
Baltimore
District of Columbia.
Washington

470,181,949.78

16,678,892.58

1,582,956.73

3,573,523.18

3,243,773.42

50,019,193.04
12,204.32
81,653.87
10,146,122.21
5,034,060.95
53,125,457.61
1,332,390.35
1,352,201.61
470,993.26
1,410,442.96
483,697.92

2,183,944.73

452,212.10
15,359.19
398,577.20
26,881,204.04
279,343.25
1,299,887.44
4,246,983.17
1,501,775.14
1,772.01
59,771.41
617,487.72

85,560.04

767,397.97
38,582.94
261,860.25
63,768,292.21
1,515,675.17
860,213.96
370,194.96
991, C99.00
10,158.29
38,385.19
649,720.45
1,3X.C1
86,330.89

359,701,010.27
17,724,808.33
20,142,713.47
717,010,317.43
198,492,802.52
477,279,403.93
175,613,510.11
134,912,727.10
8,059,450.92
40,746,270.92
44,352,238.50
1,021,783.50
28,090,488.61

07,302,122.77

C9,359,907.80

35,782, G93. CO

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495,261,095.69

306,278,262.43
17,658,751.88
19,400,622.15
616,196,585.75
188,578,056.38
364,893,485.16
169,352,972.89
129,459,772.57
7,217,698.14
37,286,396.45
42,601,332.41
1,020,380.89
27,568,158.54

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1,927,512,481. C4

$1,506,678. 61
1,973,029.61
955,181.84
4,145,544.33
2,540,228.07
4,029,540.09
1,528,689.43

322,117.61
123,790,535. 71

1 Figures for N o v . 26, 1912.

618,113.22
3,085,726.77
57,100,419.76
310,9G8.74
1,607,278.78
358,829.22
1,951,280.91

28,320.93

2,223,747,741. 61

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Individual
States, Territories, and reserve cities.

Virginia
West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
Savannah
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
New Orleans
Texas
Dallas
Fort Worth
Galveston
Houston
San Antonio
Waco
Arkansas
Kentucky
Louisville
Tennessee

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Ohio
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Indiana
Indianapolis
Illinois
Chicago
Michigan
Detroit
Wisconsin
Milwaukee




subject to
check.

Demand certificates of
deposit.

Time certificates of
deposit.

Certified
checks.

Cashier's
checks outstanding.

Total.

$73,907,242.01
36,989,235.36
24,839,440.76
19,241,398.99
41,342,385.06
1,279,249.64
33,676,211.52
36,400,945.11
11,163,854.48
12,787,896.70
20,487,788.44
119,118,395.15
20,835,052.70
12,071,783.82
4,054,275.33
22,256,987.20
9,284,947.70
5.530,256.91
15*287,269.71
39,658,745.90
16,633,608.99
47,638,884.87

$8,920,854.76

2,655,472.41
4,019,372.32
440,028.08
1,484,439.69
75,458.25
1,066,556.40
1,241,787.14
263,120.24
1,197,625.49
466,421.98
3,894,265.87
72,255.87
426,560.52
244,835.65
836,229.34
64,399.27
11,869.44
2,084,275.76
1,437,859.32
1,040,812.45
7,326,424.90

15,767,226.53
, 4,577,948.34
1,032,110.54
3,261,244.35
92,656.47
1,958,581.66
2,487,325.01
2,818,459.41
1,135,194.39
420,576.80
6,768,281.94
106,498.41
61,209.73
50,084.96
738,062.12
437,478.35
160,041.61
1,448,150.65
5,148,810.69
4,259,809.78
6,797,089.91

$350,886.93
34,493.73
18,301.71
9,558.36
81,771.97
264.67
63,605.15
60,895.26
7,694.43
41,140.47
99,863.36
74,912.51
79,926.18
144,386.66
3,689.71
15,150.34
4,684.20
20,469.10
18,558.09
52,915.36
76,012.55
109,259.32

$247,062.02
119,438.89
241,220.11
83,044.95
301,462.36
83.99
205,364.24
84,749.09
68,420.55
67,501.42
122,927.09
999,674.82
421,823.37
161,237.62
8,356.26
365,858.82
63,000.87
24,884.70
81,457.77
50,956.57
168,864.90
328,867.19

$89,216,254.26
55,505,866.92
33,696,283.24
20,806,140.92
46,471,303.43
1,447,713.02
36,970,318.97
40,275,701.61
14,321,549.11
15,229,358.47
21,597,577.67
130,855,530.29
21,515,556.53
12,865,178.35
4,361,241.91
24,212,287.82
9,854,510.39
. 5,747,521.76
18,919,711.98
46,349,287.84
22,179,108.67
62,200,526.19

624,485,856.35

39,270,925.15

65,317,050.19

1,368,440.06

4,216,257.60

734,658,529.35

147,252,208.48
40,051,662.32
44,161,913.04
16,421,447.22
77,038,657.40
21,222,311.58
144,687,721.60
184,908,079.47
67,204,373.63
31,241,146.96
52,605,223.74
35,557,537.58

40,079,750.72
978,408.01
277,230.18
973,624.74
33,433,627.47
1,550,386.79
28,614,136.49
3,292,803.09
20,681,192.44
3,826,515.77
13,236,239.87
6,902,801.06

23,213,040.11

258,611.71
181,426.76
323,074.89
50,695.05
193,364.61
246,220.31
253,929.64
3,810,424.30
63,571.71
69,184. 93
63,521.11
223,873.06

351,625.84
628,632.13
391,881.21
59,078.48
594,433.43
162,327.39
673,052.59
5,045,575. 69
32,070.44
170,731. 76
95,723.19
206,550.87

211,155,236.86
41,840,129.22
45,181,099.32
21,459,285.29
119,100,500.23
23,181,246.07
213,247,213.02
200,723;953.23
92,706,567.44
35,307,579.42
94,359,297.51
44,110,761.73

$5,790,208.54

27,000.00
3,954,439.80
7,840,417.32
39,018,372.70
3,667,070.68
4,725,359.22
28,358,589.60
1,219,999.16

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Minneapolis
St. Paul
Iowa
Cedar Rapids
Des Moines
Dubuque
Sioux City
Missouri
Kansas City
St. Joseph.".
St. Louis
Middle Western States.
North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Lincoln
Omaha
South Omaha...
Kansas
Kansas City
Topeka
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Wichita
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
Denver
Pueblo
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Muskogee
Oklahoma City.
Western States.
Washington
Seattle
Spokane
Tacoma
Oregon
Portland
California
Los Angeles
San Francisco..
Idaho
Utah
Salt Lake City.
Nevada;.....,...;.




,714,225.04
,451,213.38
, 709,820.11
,784,732.02
.410,111.92
241,203.94
442,809.72
950,959.67
328,727.86
112,901.30
180,151.84
955,651.91

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1,169,634,798.33

2,012,974.82
2,714,374.02
3,773,296.55
19,966,777.03
80,074.19
786,625.12
7,162.35
47,901.81
575,775.34
3,287,349.19
634,259.58
15,691.71

882,325.04
2,048,488.12
6,250,583.79
4,526,362.41
794,453.14
9,535,922.04

124,447.86
186,434.18
144,396. 70
84,623. 43
8,415.59
23,208.10
145.85
13,711. 62
5,018.12
73,370. 65
3,931.76
3,728.27

1,077 162.92
787 351. 72
389, 705.49
283, 619. 50
33, 089.57
0 73.32
8, 025.36
125, 023.60
91, 581.87
1,218, 034.50
128, 369.81
1,861, 975.82

103,984,797.03
44,342,326.84
30,309,892.03
116,784,678.97
3,543,073.24
7,057,810.48
2,340,468.32
7,186,084.82
32,251,686.98
41,218,018.05
0,741,166.13
60,372,969. 75

187,748,978.34 226,290,338.60

6,409,330.21

14,422,396.50

1,604,505,841.98

15,398,333.54
15,033,739.87
19,544,298.86
439,565.87
5,324,867.55
1,606,869.31
12,988,209.37
72,409.19
250,331.17
9,083,976.35
4,815,375.32
8,658,662.87
8,739,733.84
1,351,701.09
4,727,308.41
5,643,457.35
1,127,908.26
334,316.87

24,086.09
411,456.85
45,890.79
9,090.60
483,006.45
5,769.05
51,275.63
730.03
555. 03
5,548.37
43,129. 92
11,461.12
30,813.32
473,964.59
9,641.76
6,484.59
113,900.70
69,018.80
10,030.64

304,018. 59
255,892.85
272,875.58
141,640.73
834,787.08
542,650.82
260,459.85
85,906.42
21,052.71
59,803.77
205,958. 02
73,050.54
244,302.36
577,963.18
116,604.95
203,381.41
658,069.30
50,750.57
70,700.19

34,445,891.98
30,584,974. 47
54,632,080.14
4,713,246. 09
27,370,052.58
5,715,896.94
00,554,863.11
3,015,706.85
3,290,075.72
4,425,392.29
35,037,800.03
13,395,130.52
40,517,880.50
37,415,417.45
7,391,247.01
14,586,518.10
55,890,141.89
4,740,308.71

28,370,963.77

115,141,065.09

1,818,454.93

4,979,946.92

445,021,960.21

1,255,694.84
352,563.76
1,359,105.47
77.427.96
1,915,203.44
1,200,403.20
7,180,695.31
647,456.10
2,401,855.08
1,747,667.10
84.606.97
29,376.88
789,598.53

4.073,797.43
5.008,388.44
066,805.18
485,354.86
3,849,059.39
420,332.34
10,872,453.35
1,818,643.48
3,295,667.67
2,917,212.94
1,671,920.07
1,645,109. 68
929,449,11

32,293.04

318,109.86
oQ, 951.87
16,808.49
53,957.40
171,746.25
191,546.87
101,141.94
901,319.08
19,072.12
6,957.15
17,264.49
836.00

74,803. 73
486,150.26
128,865.57
17,195.93
138,463.43
311,485.67
2,069,419.39
2,705,402.54
1,526,370.58
247,392.32
74,472.50
121,827.72
131,996.61

31,870,966.41
31,981,259.48
17,646,453.32
7,444,635.83
29,794,524.99
24,575,708.16
124,330,780.63
49,086,627.47
91,369,514.40
18,915,886.32
7,879,779.40
12,146,350.77
0,044,886.98

17,396,890.03
1,322,563.73
13,868,889.53
1,014,995.37
28, 052,905.11 ' 6,716,115.80
3, '""1,852.85
153,090.64
20,568,585.42
159,406.08
3,560.235.32
372.44
40, 990,669.02
6,264,249.24
2, 385,016.78
471,644.43
3i 028,291.93
240,175.45
3,679,058.14
430,650.84
23 354.468.33
2,950,267.41
8,340,212, 19
155,031.35
183,256.48
4,394,791.47
228,072.88
395,682.96
803,291.44
1,110,008.37
475,685.07
173,658. 62
292,518.36
2,182,196.18
432,908. 63
65,122.45
100,727. 99
170,940.94
294,711,535.50

23'
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104,016,
44,353,
83,184J
13,984,
6,041,
10,332,
4,193,

52,055,985. 79
1,202,953.54
292,667.18
35,664,926. 99
1,011,381.97

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States, Territories, and reserve cities.

Arizona
Alaska..
Pacific States

.
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Hawaii
United States

Individual
deposits
subject to
check.

Demand certificates of
deposit.

Time certificates of
deposit.

Certified
checks.

Cashier's
checks outstanding.

Total.

$7,935,184.45
751,441.44

$235,623.57
21,268.36

$767,001.37
56,383.85

$18,403.50
241.56

$80,760.95
9,008.18

$9,036,973.84
838,343.39

395,636,300.66

19,298,546.57

38,483,579.16

1,966,649.62

8,183,615.38

463,568,691.39

1,877,252.68

88,989.40

52,946.92

2,393.41

1,596.40

2,023,178.81

4,884,040,174.94

415,247,831.52

514,170,059.46

84,498,699.30

70,830,279.82

5,968,788,045.04

JUNE 4, 1913.

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New Hampshire.
Vermont
Massachusetts
Boston
Rhode Island
Connecticut

$43,376,590.32
18,043,903.23
16,846,033.86
130,463,685.71
186,847,606.24
24,922,304.49
65,437,586.08

New England States.
New York
Albany
Brooklyn
New York City..
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Delaware
Maryland
Baltimore
District of Columbia.
Washington

335,639.15

1,928,437,159.24

125,873,854.83

Eastern States.




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4,970.00
149,495.00

$16,932.35
28,518.47
21,977.22
418,560.35
1,931,349.92
55,298.32
421,629.76

$164,519.64
238,723.19
70,995.69
316,388.84
1,770,460.79
170,256.93
197,794.47

$46,267,316.06
20.141,718.12
18,433,087.03
135,000,103.05
193,139,390.48
28,728,038.86
67,752,671.84

16,059,761.43

1,641,448.14

2,894,266.39

2,929,139.55

509,462,325.44

50,047, 274.43
12, 087.18
56, 736.20
7,688, 543.41
5,171, 933.59
53,893, 557.22
1,284, 985.79
1,482, 913.14
457, 119.26
5,024, 694.61
418, 370.85

1,785,370.97

423,919.00
15,064.57
372,142.18
21,556,227.39
728,016.62
974,799.16
4,757,468.46
1,690,669.67
2,567.33
18,620.78
478,469.08

19,195.86

760,710.16
120,218.82
267,868.20
63,669,438.50
1,240,644.97
537,871.09
448,490.58
787,263.92
11,982.87
35,432.55
720,835.32
994.51
113,532.80

53,898.32

360,642, 422.94
17,298, 578.93
19,626, 388.41
704,994, 318.24
194,960, 116.57
479,401, 739.43
192,993, 850.59
130,618, 008.68
8,255, 006.78
40,703, 229.44
43,704, 232.56
1,003, 541.18
27,784, 451.20

67,887,724.03

68,715,284.29

31,071,862.56

2,221,985,884.95

$2,237,765.77
1,747,789.37
893,148.88
3,469,708.23
2,589,973.53
3,575,209.12
1,54&,166.53

$471,507.98
82,783.86
600,931.38
331,759.92

485,937,709.93
307,625, 148.38
17,151, .36
18,929, 641.83
611,288, 726.67
185,560, 237.48
365,897, 071.58
186,211, 385.15
125,219. 584.24
7,428, 165.35
33,615, 701.15
41,245,557.31
1,002,546.67
27,262, 185.07

791,382.27
2,259,283.91
58,098,440.38
291,520.61
1,437,577.71
355,171.97
2,008,780.35
841,000.00

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West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
Savannah
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana.-.,
New Orleans..
Texas..
Dallas
Fort Worth...
Galveston
Houston
San Antonio..
Waco
Arkansas
Kentucky
Louisville
Tennessee
Southern States...
Ohio
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Indiana.
Indianapolis
Illinois-....
Chicago
Michigan
Detroit
Wisconsin,.
Milwaukee
Minnesota
Minneapolis
St. Paul
Iowa,
Cedar Rapids
Des Moines
Dubuque
Sioux City
Missouri
Kansas City
St. Joseph
St. Louis
Middle Western States.




9,095,763.87
2,721,027.60
3,246,102.54
795,136.51
1,455,693.03
24,163.02
1,044,503.43
1,202,881.45
268,745. 41
1,103,879.51
467,771.98
4,006,508. 37
62,215.87
408,085.70
252,194.28
955,459.90
60,249.27
8,102.77
2,174,315.31
1,439,730.99
1,078,569.11
7,104,230.59

5,533, 331.72
16,139, 055.69
5,103, 57.25
1,016, 401.80
3,417, 755.12
88, 656. 47
2,196,794. 66
2,578,315.33
2,809,308.00
1,202, 616.26
346, 676.86
7,008, 860,90
394, 076.18
56, 193. 49
53, 557. 71
1,132,657.63
454, 381.07
195, 406.15
1,485,551.34
5,305, 905.31
4,446',570. 88
7,090,301.19

292,086. 71
24,708,05
26,576. 38
25,611.83
101,604.13
1,795.58
61,244.10
43,921.32
9,439.37
28,664.78
177,781.29
98,531.28
96,744.58
18,657.18
2,378.10
99,510.29
11,331.95
6,039.05
26,057.57
27,693. 89
86,988.58
192,251.80

234,162.44
193,840.16
222,767.43
65,252.05
329,446.25
&5.30
209,000.68
84,769.04
61,092.46
69,300.82
145,547.11
1,019,364.71
448,879.02
117,623.80
5,690.54
327,635.15
136,582.24
8,991.30
93,083.28
33,228. 71
206,492.79
299,282.44

1,598,, 824.98
36,692' ,315.87
38,655!, 704.83
14,025: 319.27
14,832, 407.07
21,930, 855.05
121,992 525.16
20,605 291.43
12,027 , 117.39
,
4,112; 057.29
23,961, 558.71
10,343, 009.53
5,576,231.70
,333.92
18,517,
,401.42
43,348,
21,172, 364.93
623.83

38,975,310.51

68,056,131.01

1,459,617.81

4,312,097.72

715,053,294.27

39,580,722.57
1,017,022.23
510,525.18
,155,776.26 1,204,520.68
si:.017,674.63 34,378,814. .54
1,-533,485.37
23. 198,137.06
144'.231,183.01 28, .541,180.03
2,965,271.43
194. 990,676.26
67. 037,362.50 20,315,851.14
386, 07(5.16
4,502,459.12
.998,010.70 12,952, 398.90
632,910.70
0,889,823.00
047,620.90
1,526,285.79
527,186.12
2,746,681.03
281,596.09
3,881,914.97
.287,333.76
19,264,249.72
052,434.53
76,873.23
917,977.07
737,672.56
534,452.85
19,014.92
.913,936.91
49,820.16
.202,697.34
572,781.02
,628,825.26
3,213,198.39
261,231.62
616,845.29
807,638.91
16,167.24

22,676,658.92

880,175.07
2,003,292.20
U, 523,662.00
4,332,826.44
782,455.40
9,565,812.44

264, 934.15
145, 261.64
208, 856.12
78, 634.24
145, 830.55
56, 761.52
219, 619. 39
2,281^ 161. 99
85, 661.90
52j 793.30
73, 719.60
231, 967.38
126, 170.22
226, 454.21
157,348.52
123,361.87
815.42
799.06
140.35
5S0.31
654.57
326.10
538.70
092.94

250, 570.25
392, 267.89
277, 978.17
26, 137.65
197,439.18
322, 336.52
511, 735.01
4,447,459.95
43, 995.65
273,306.99
99, 634.72
369, 387. 58
1,268, 724.34
980, 582.96
314, 240.49
255, 875. 84
21, 095.03
6, 140.87
17, 111.58
54, 998.61
159,434.47
1,019,799.06
161, 533.60
1.800,542.25

211,234. 297.40
38,359:,928.39
46,034, 766.02
21,569, 385.41
123,635;.112.02
25,110,,720.47
213,207, 817.39
208,391, 727.56
91,984, 937.56
40,214, 635.57
93,362, 170.30
42,292, 119.33
107,292, 299.25
43,784, 579.94
29,930 256.02
112,451, 468.89
3,195, 803.58
7,689, 589.56
2,452, 894.77
7,039, 628.19
31,464, 229.40
40,278, 975.25
6,825, 604.61
62,195, 253.78

230,590,187.11

4,633,493.05

13,272,428.66

1,609,998,200.66

161,827.87
258,785.19
898,619.14
075, 844.03
350,195.10
484,144.61
33^, 180,773.00
34, 745, 817. 69
10, 876, 734.03
12, 427,945.70
20, 793, 077. 81
859,259.90
603,375.78
426,557.22
798, 236.66
: 446, 315.74
21, 680, 465.00
9, 357, 692.43
«; 738, 326.42
541, 842.52
36, 353,743.57
15, 192,557.81
49,
73,
37,
23,
18,
39,

602,250,137.22

*...

:

148. 461,311.51
36:,805,376.63
45; 011,086:55

1,174,388,513.33

187,113,578.51

26,320.00
4,104,316.58
7,895,353.12
39,704,099.95
3,707,157.93
4,502,066.37
29,238,406.38
1,168,030.67
53,323,489.00
1,303,675.62
295,155.95
37,520,647. 70
1,036,585.37

88,317 .172.61
56,337 416.69
32,495, 822. 74
19,978.,246.22
44,654:, 693.63
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JUNE A, 1913—Continued.
Individual
deposits
subject to
check.

States, Territories, and reserve cities.

North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Lincoln
Omaha
South Omaha
Kansas
Kansas City
Topeka
'.
Wichita
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
Denver
Pueblo
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Muskogee
Oklahoma City
Western States..
Washington
Seattle
Spokane
Tacoma
Oregon
Portland
California
Los Angeles
San Francisco..
Idaho....
Utah..
Salt Lake City.




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Cashier's
checks outstanding.

Demand certificates of
deposit.

Time certificates of
deposit.

008.42
907.77
873.98
640.57
259.89
540.87
100.76
473.29
915.78
000.94
291.62
029.09
501.44
319.20
020.15
296.42
825.02
716.86
679.85

$1, 150,866.35
1, 168.722.09
6. 520,860.73

166,448.78

$15,955,592.80
15,213.602.91
20,187,522.82
414,993.83
5,127,943.29
1.645,420.95
13,464,661.92
44.796.93
1,240.00
266.876.84
9.294,272.14
4,936,833.04
9,235,081.99
9,194,057.20
1.645.064.11
4.767,982.04
6,289,885.91
1,192,750.81
385,776.07

$44,880.97
42,221.59
52,459.17
19,447.94
192,398.57
3.771.59
37.770.13
2,301.86
10,050.63
8,161.98
39,063.81
9,951.37
18,090.51
98,337.01
2,135.47
6,251.03
114,469.43
71,983.74
6,970.39

$208,948. 90
149,292.15
162,245.39
103,644.34
596,888.03
1,007,628.34
166,257.94
44,123.38
15.388.47
46,338.74
174.710.16
54,990.67
174,253.51
427,241.55
98,952.49
179,508.94
571,833.01
66,046.79
100,348.37

$32,465,297.4-1
30,010,746.51
55,266,962.09
4,765, 703.59
27,028,641.69
6,990,527.93
59,858.594.77
3,145,144.28
3,308,644.58
4,513,249.92
35,148, 490.96
12.946,684.41
38,953,187.61
37,111,306.78
6.994,267.91
15,271,583.45
55,597,272.15
4.716,498.20
7,110,223.46

288,446,401.92

28. 362,911.85

119,264,355.60

780, 717.19

4,348,641.17

441,203,027.73

24,908, 859.28
25,986, 052.14
14,897, 363.31
6,909. 508.49
23,436, 986.24
23,652, 322.48
100,943, 500.69
40,396, 544.77
81,400, 257.21
13,789, 116.00
5,360, 285.87
9,631, 763.09

1, 222,616.36

4,120,698.48
4,661,921.81
48,752.19
518,805.72
4,090,585.17
435,462.07
10,905,544.33
1,796,393.30
3,321,609.13
2,994,602.37
1,722,035.61
1,653,272.68

45,508.56
247,850.86
48,931.67
76,203.67
21,269.31
216,587.81
269,044.37
457,075.51
878,684.18
26,711.95
15,576.27
16,830.45

58,095.04
414,304.42
115,233.70
20,939.94
106,262.00
403,766.19
2,462,148.64
1,268,181. 74
855,566.22
207,873.34
165,315.48
145,666.01

30,353,777.72
31,700,739.42
17.046,436.34
7,609,533.44
29,448,069.05
25,962,891.00
122,449,952.57
46,436,001.62
88,736,533.51
18,728,112.94
7,323,844.34
11,482,746.50

127,976.91
144,151.91
166.18
6 351,804.02
490,448.82
259,049. 70
473,871.42
o 929,153.23
97,880.24
4 113,260.16
377,351.82
1, 145,095.69
184,545.02
2,661.25S.78

390, 610.19
1, 936,155.47
84,075.62
1, 792,966.93
1, 254, 752.45
7, 869,714.54
2, 517,806.30
2, 280,416.77
1, 709,809.28
60,631.11
35,814.27

Certified
checks.

Total.

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Arizona
Alaska
Pacific States

4 280,059.28
607,650.18
8 786^ 328.86

627.36
14, 546.46
241.56

47,573.15
71.606.28
9,619.03

6,012,025.13
9,716,618.63
875,090.20

22.194,640 50

38, 015,893.45

2.335,689.99

6,351,551.18

453,882,373.01

1,736,879.10

United States

874,602.06
812,964.68
58,643.85

384 984,597.89

Hawaii

809, 163 28
209,851 03
20,256 90

81, 620.16

53,125.22

4, 766.28

54.30

1,876,445.06

418,661,677 79 525,508,864.56

80,823,835.00

62,285,775.14

5,953,461,551.12

4,866. 181,398.63

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Maine.
New Hampshire.
Vermont
Massachusetts—
Boston
Rhode Island
Connecticut
New England States
New York
Albany.
Brooklyn
New York City..
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Delaware
Maryland
Baltimore
District of Columbia.
Washington

$44,714, 755. 92
.19,061,255.11
.16,812,559.60
130,633,089.31
168,002,926. 85
~"
24,498,487. 59
64,484,748."'
-

$445,398.77
112,851.21
133,971.49
206,227.47
188,244.00

$62,236. 52
17,965.31
S, 737.07
269,480.20
532,428.07
24,034.84
474,994.15

$170,712.09
182,028.05
49,289. 47
254,425. 04
390,968. 37
51,449.03
146,131.17

$47,004,561.13
20,782,935. 65
18,612,214.90
134,910,979.18
171,327,393.94
28,029,821.00
66,952,773.45

15,691,283.77

1,086,692.94

1,389,876.16

1,245,003.22

487,620,679.25

309,272,632.12
15,943,974.15
18,706,592.12
611,334,997.49
186,894,273.86
365,623,292. 63
159,150,955.42
110,668,542.15
7,415,473.39
37,180,227. 63
43,599,504.4*9
1,054,996.21
25,855.212.00

52,498,206.14
11,079.64
62,145. 58
6,985,097. 67
5,282,813.86
55,489,306. 50
1,287,186. 43
937,265. 08
458,315. 97
1,817,408.27
381,709.07

2,165,661.47

266,052. 55
79,994. 87
177,996.73
11,138,12.7.54
634,231.43
808,422.85
1,346,785.01
743,777.43
1,440.86
15,841. 76
175,104.61

272,479. 72

103,462.48

561, 280.29
139, 973.98
140, 942.07
6,193, 954.09
840, 826.26
734, 728. 32
268, 192. 52
122, 268. 93
5,850.39
193, 770.66
368,402.70
3 501.11
979.16

364,763,832.57
16,175,022.64
19,087,676.50
636,544,180.46
195,986,356.35
480,703,351.77
162,437,199.76
113,796,785.91
8,224,055.53
41,058,845.62
44,547, 720. 87
1,058,497.32
26,319,752.37

1,892,700,673.66

125,483,013.93

67,469,524.95

9,648,670.48

15,401,394.65

892,003.67
2,334,210.94
58,047,601.47
384,080.38
1,324,932.32
342,974.92
1,851,597.30
23,000.00

13,619.01

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Virginia
West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
Savannah
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi...
Louisiana
New Orleans.




72, 008,187.10
37, 335,504.02
22, 383,326.48
16, "70,494.20
35, 498,880.07
1, 271,606.89
30, 894,619.09
31, 928,551.47
10, 242,596.59
11, 170,230.35
19, 552,083.06

260,290.02
6,474,476.87
180,608.89
15,888,830.02
215,230.53
4,983,504.27
519,504. 74
964,314. 70
, 338,753.68 3,560,567.17
16,750.00
67,350.33
.348,892.11
1,935,460.16
180,790. 07
2,581,446.26
254,549.12
2,865,778.10
, 142,639.38 1,099,352.86
501,140. 79
357,583. 71

198,694.81
44,408.55
18,792.80
12,269.77
02,776. 60
2,421.10
47,210.29
56,824. 06
3,161.85
20,716. 91
59,656. 85

211,353.88
106,985.20
226,550. 82
69,904.40
174,238.33
92.44
165,142.33
113,282.88
51,256.24
64,576.54
140,728.84

2,110,703,277.67
87,153,002.68
56,556,336.68
30,827,404. 90
18,336,487.81
40,635,215.85
1,358,220.76
34,391,323.98
35,860,894. 74
13,417,341.90
13,497,516.04
20,611,193.25

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AUGUST 9, 1913—Continued.

States, Territories, and reserve cities.

Texas
Dallas
Fort Worth
Galveston
Houston
San Antonio
Waco
Arkansas
Kentucky
Louisville
Tennessee
Southern States
Ohio
Cincinnati.
Cleveland..
Columbus..
Indiana.
Indianapolis..
Illinois
Chicago
Michigan
Detroit
Wisconsin.
....
Milwaukee
Minnesota...
Minneapolis...
St. Paul
Iowa
Cedar Rapids.
Des Moines
Dubuque
Sioux City
Missouri
.*
Kansas City..
St. Joseph
St. Louis.
Middle Western States.




Individual
deposits
subject to
check.

Demand certificates of
deposit.

Time certificates of
deposit.

199,938,417.75
18,252,901.68
11,069,567.48
3,861,500.02
20,266,850.55
8,693,102.36
4,771,684.00
13,092,698.31
36,315,382.03
15,033,325.07
46,342,917.31

$3,922,570.56
43,566.81
412,115.26
273,645.19
853,304.14
57,578.02
5,470.89
2,089,593.44
1,488,025.71
1,040,214.38
7,289,472.31

$7,259,048.58
175,080.38
43,134.74
54,227.63
1,162,259.61
415,232.57
165,522.56
1,548,008.78
5,328,954.43
4,486,349.56
7,319,056.16

566,694,425.88

38,434,706.04

68,735,539.45

157,169,454.76
37,147,949.14
45,317, 623.07
16,287,759.84
78,330, 206.27
20,857,695.63
143,283,016.40
190,077, 491.01
68,131. 217.52
35,969; 077.88
50,744, 749.75
31,725, 448.19
49,603, 416.25
37,977,990.62
25,095, 155.47
54,661, 161.88
2,271,994.94
5,954, 818.75
1,393,023.84
4,406,782.62
23,518, 117.41
32,003,704.77
5,501,610.83
50,407,624.01

39,550,473.80 23, 560, 061. , 72
892,773.03
431,058.06
26,320.00
1,039,880.27
4, 219, 504. 20
33,887,004.20
8, 751, 021. 58
1,678,340.99
27,813,951.90 40,257,416.82
3,515,311.05
3,078,698.34
4,064,510.49
20,384,104.61
6,006,775.68
12,933,468.79 '28," 938,'975." 36"
6,693,637.98
1,156,587.22
1,872,278.49 53,485,216.68
2,668,801.09
1,206,781.16
3,815,035.47
272,147.01
18,972,420.70 38,355,760.75
116,402.39
1,057,918.34
692,699. 81
5,841.04
867,541.36
57,480.18
2,113,032.35
663,186.33
6,489,512.94
3/215,704.11
4,478,563.00
564,808.16
762,202.41
13,732.06
9,344,995.86

1,167,837,690.85

Certified
cheeks.

Cashier's
checks outstanding.

Total.

3

187,048,557.48 232,923,380.30

$58,096.32
85,827. 46
11,667. 86
1,337.75
25,283.96
8,112.08
2,914.10
15,853.52
51,585.34
98,075.11
100,806.75

$795,167. 75
361,456.67
171,106.77
31,724.00
290,233.97
76,789.21
6,739.71
85,924.96
39,243.02
108,645.11
306,726.65

$111,973,300.96
18,918,833.00
11,707,592.11
4,222,434.59
22,597,932.23
9,250,814.24
4,952,331.26
16,832,079.01
43,223,190.53
20,766, 609.23
61,358,979.18

!6,493.84

3,597,869.72

678,449,034.93

195,609.98
117,269.03
205,457.95
32,483.42
181,914.44
74,097.30
866,666.05
1,800,304.92
46,597.53
435,540.53
65,893.07
62,290.49
107,892.00
168,633.34
99,773.09
109,980.10
3,292.72
18,602.20
445.85
6,587.25
6,860.07
46,733.60
953.00
5,176.70

161,992.35
301,871.75
129,619.58
17,931.70
221,098.41
180,503.68
464,786.12
3,864,105.52
211,826.50
332,592.60
105,173.67
177,863.33
872,135.72
907,795.83
430,381.07
223,115.36
11,837.32
3,184.36
13,071.82
87,001.06
62,289.05
855,206.01
141,344.14
1,608,569.41

220,637,592.61
38,459,862.95
46,110,078.66
21,597,559.43
121,371,244.90
22,790,637.60
212,685,837.29
202,335,910.84
92,838,256.65
42,744,586.69
92,788,260.64
39,815,827.21
105,940,939.14
42,930,002.04
29,712,492.11
112,322,438.79
3,461,445.71
6,669,305.12
2,279,923.91
6,670,883.46
30,739,965.80
40,599,911.49
6,970,918.54
61,380,098.04

4,659,054.63

11,385,296.36

1,603,853,979.62

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South Dakota
Nebraska
Lincoln
Omaha...
South Omaha
Kansas
Kansas City. .
Topeka
Wichita
Montana
Wyoming.
Colorado
Denver
Pueblo.
New Mexico
Oklahoma..
Muskogee .
Oklahoma City

. . .

14,091 526.69
13,023,573. 75
28 146 954 14
4 075 649 99
21,818, 068.39
3,182, 517.24
40,157 434.87
2,202,751.21
2,575,036. 75
3,573,902.11
23,467,120.31
7,511,771.68
25,862, 556.61
25,162, 636.54
3,885, 792.15
9,145,170.60
46,434,975.44
3,250,203.85
6,224,488.89

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. .

Western States...
Washington..
Seattle
Spokane
Tacoma.
Oregon
Portland
California
Los Angeles
San Francisco
Idaho
Utah..
Salt Lake City
Nevada
Arizona.
Alaska
Pacific States
Hawaii (island possessions)
United States




.

.

1 323,160.51 16,522,405.06
1,184,966.11 15,605,757.92
6,812,450.56
20 425 707 82
105,557.34
417 037.92
4,887,864.76
226,509.60
3,136.31
1,765,238.73
6 430,486.62 13,756,627.84
476,055.03
51,632.95
289,389.41
496,954.26
228,178.90
2,388,747. 20
9,861,880.77
104,963.50
5,030,236.57
4,179,828.10
9,573,252. 75
346,879.14
9,447,002.25
789,349.23
1,682,628.52
4 755,503.15
188,329.08
2,336,254.65
6,804,997.15
1,124,567.51
63,091.37
169,607.05.
382,664.97

97,377.18
44,840.88
52 117.80
6,457.10
170,558.43
10,719.24
27 116.59
575.50
5,021.75
2,262.87
73,296.60
13,406.82
37,749.24
116,369.16
7,884.50
2,968.32
103,638.73
75,611.53
4,813.64

215,561.19
149,387.76
149 821 97
112 315 58
628,079.16
• 677,912.67
189 044 39
34,166.08
9,217.66
63,361.08
226,762.10
90,329.04
157,918. 89
514,865.86
290,641.88
145,784.73
664,721.31
50,503.56
63,439.12

32,250,030.63
30,008,526.42
55 587 052 29
4,717 017.93
27,731,080.34
5,639,524.19
60,560 710 31
2,765,180.77
2,878, 665.57
4,364,659.22
36,017,806.98
12,750, 707.61
39,811,305.59
35,587, 752.95
6,656,296.28
14,237 755.88
56,344,587.28
4,563,977.82
6,845,013.67

283,792,131.21

...

.

-

27,915,715.07

122,323,185.54

852,785.88

4,433,834.03

439,317,651.73

24,153,475.47
23,303,029.09
14,293,209.37
6,655,546.67
22,460,356.54
21,654,839.47
99,319,005.17
38,078,086.68
82,149,311.19
13,418,468.94
5,250,030.25
8,899,908.00
4,389,326. 44
7,699, 210.32
1,010,823.22

1,262,218.73
381,840.69
1,944,638.06
69,025.49
1,610,509.67
1,236,478.03
6 796,278.07
989,535.34
2,007,812.64
1,755,061.50
67,011.90
28,164.22
712,065.95
215,551.01
18,703.14

3,983,561.95
4,564,859.73
47,109.22
500,881.11
4,117,101.47
509,718.56
11,014,667.58
4,037,056.38
3,649,560.29
3,051,903.91
1,832,073.44
1,681,704.50
910,073.80
810,243.48
62,285.91

39,320.18
263,900.90
66,916.82
17,738.96
13,097.88
156,184.09
202,824.79
123,097.14
610,716.98
33,633.27
2,871.03
12,826.92
723.45
14,721.71
206.56

60,312.39
417,706. 62
84,984.64
40,465.53
87,093.56
194,642. 40
2,450,415.28
760,148.99
477,519. 82
133,469.33
173,781.69
197,780.39
140,104.04
95,464.06
3,491.82

29,498,888.72
28,931,337.03
16,436,858.11
7,283,657.76
28,288,159.12
23,751,862.55
119,783 190.89
43,987,924.53
88,894,920.92
18,392,536.95
7,325,768.31
10,820,384.03
6,152,293.68
8,835,190.58
1,095,510.65

372, 734,626.82

19,094,894.44

40,772,801.33

1,558,780.68

5,317,380.56

439,478,483.83

1, 782,633.24

74,250.23

53,463. 78

3,294.49

1,983.00

533,364,588.29

19,098,956.16

41,382,761.54

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4,753, 750., 004.82 413,742,420.96

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report since September 4, 1912.
Nov. 26, 1912—7,420 banks.

Feb. 4, 1913—7,425 banks.

Apr. 4, 1913—7,440 banks.

June 4, 1913—7,473 banks.

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Aug. 9, 1913—7,488 banks.

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States.

Number
showing savings deposits.

Maine
New Hampshire,
Vermont
Massachusetts...
Rhode Island...
Connecticut
Total New
E n g 1and
States
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania....
Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia

Number
of savings depositors.

Amount of
savings deposits.

Number
showing savings deposits.

Number
of savings depositors.

Amount of
savings deposits.

Number
showing savings deposits.

1,789,844.69
74,229 $23,
13,330 1,774,936.55
30,588 9,266,918.82
56,502 15,176,813.95
7,641 5,837,890.48
9,009 3,162,727.13

70,090 823,012,308.3
13,014 1,665,658.90
27,128 9,434,448.99
52,576 14,423,585.10
7,641 5,638,948.35
11,912 2,790,282.52

Number
of savings depositors.

Amount of
savings deposits.

Number
showing savings de-j
posits.

182,361 56,965,232.23

142

191,299 59,009,131.62

144

264,393
166,441
612,995
5,975
54,362

81,135,757.38
57,529,546.60
185;
^5,961,076.37
1,977,333.07
21,059,270.71

227
156
(513
15
83

275,735 83,932,786.
171,746 58,959,782.80
651,498 212'
.2,447,884.66
5,975 2,088,487.40
56,420 22,545,184.10

239
155
619
15
82

276,684 85,204,534.25
175,569 59,526,802.86
648,917 198,976,079.79
6,326 2,074,172.74
57,007 23,390,487.86

2,501

1,005,729.13

2,521

1,177,005.74

Total Eastern States

l,09i 1,056,667 348,668,713.26

1,098 1,163,895 381,151,131. 45

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

90,074 27,965, 230.90
38,868 8,453, 410.50
35,788 4,805, 591.07
26,419 7,319, 626.91
39,362 8,012, 841.76
39,592 9,877, 761.6'
31,314 7,054, 381.16
>.97
.5,278 1,037,
8,531 2,521, 795.76
31,810 6,906, 471.11
958, 183.37
8,023
1.2,109 3,830, 660.54
36,732 7,798, 502.04

91,03 28,074,542.11
41,439 8,970,021.99
37,801 5,176,787.73
26,977 8,737,466.99
41,855 8,840,877.72
39,592 10,260,042* 61
32,476 7,440,091.21
5,477 1,131,384.20
6,012 2,018,846.32
29,724 8,126,537.78
976,516.62
5,952
11,347 4,057,250.61
36,893 7,987,^67,59




3,009

1,348,657

Number
of savings depositors.

Amount of
savings deposits.

240
156
625
15
80

76,303123 ,265,812.05
15,001 1,957,799.68
29,698 9,086,329.25
59,307 16,264,265.95
6,927 5,338,287. 45
17,956 3,633,602.62

143

205,192 59,546,097.00

279,202 84,851,995.17
179,560 60,664,342.42
12,483,507.33
663,245 202!
6,538 2,055,525.60
57,235 22,090,404.98

235
154
618
14
80

291,976 84,699,454.62
182,862 62,427,764.06
259
668,2 201,200,675.58
5,317 1,880,273.63
56,374 22,360,281.08

3,179

1,398,971.49

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198,933 60,622,801.32

231
15.5
610
15
82

Amount of
savings deposits.

Number
showing savings deposits.

74, 688 $24,214,991.70
14,499 1,925,537.66
30,645 9,425,338.52
5 8 , ~ " 15,910,306.46
6,862 5,220,718.71
16,619 3,497,610.78

75,481 $24,090,713.06
to,
13,756 1,792,473.95
28,382 9,977,299.86
58,246 15,339,593.11
8,180 6,037,343.32
14,888 3,38a, 378.02

137

Number
of savings depositors.

3,463

1,547,747.58

1,114 1,167,512 370,520,735.25

1,1201,188,959 373,544,746.99
94,881 28,653, 611.43
46,419 10,556, 259.37
38,278 5,637; 634. 71
28,696 8,844, 239.58
44,078 8,729! 484.06
40,433 n,i4i; 955.83
34,339 7,860, 936.63
5,822 1,252; 132.90
6,923 1,978,255.16
34,094 8,761, 679.83
6,000
981; 235.
11,573 4,156; 304. 70
45,622 9,144',145.65

95,420 27,977,778.24
46,961 10,242,872.80
38,609 5,685,470.88
27,678 8,651,796.26
44,964 8,792,826.34
48,078 11,151,510.59
30,054 6,813,026.55
5,823 1,301,437.47
6,828 1,963,647.35
33,801 8,924,630.72
3,640
610,015.87
11,763 3,352,399.32
44,302 8,975,399.33

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1,1061,208,251 374,116,196.55

93,431 29,179, 935.01
44,235 .9,602, 905.92
37,555 5,367, 249.62
28,519 8,749, 039.96
43,479 8,884, 607.06
39,942 10,925; 199.20
33,872 7,728; 929.76
5,620 1,183, 653/61
6,855 1,968; 556.02
30,424 8 417; 864.24
6,012
976, 488.63
13,130 4,526! 259.29
40,816 8,692! 417. 49

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42
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40
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ern States..!
Ohio
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Indiana
I
Illinois
Michigan..
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Iowa
Missouri
Total Middle States..
North Dakota...
South Dakota...
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Total Western States.
Washington
Oregon
California
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
Arizona
Alaska
Total Pacific
States
Hawaii (island
possessions)
Total United
States

403,900 96,542,266.76
159
71
228
88
111
149
126
31

184,786
38,159
172,571
140,138
144,257
91,133
52,166
19,137

963

841,777 196,408,451.03
6,710
9,553
30,324
21,496
6 . 357
'
6,905
20,547
1,919
9,774

39,625, 089.50
8,883,092.26
42,092, 897.11
42,564,050.34
33,364, 475.5
17,516, 746.92
9,089,591.07
3,349,958.60

423, S90 106,203,105.81

406,582 101,797,933.48
166
72
227
88
110
151
129
30

166,226
40,490
172,571
140,054
146,466
88,046
51,640
16,286

38,050, 213.88
9,655, 773.87
42,946, 959.50
43,252, 884.50
33,324, 672.87
17,899, 998.7
9,666, 179.54
3,186, 954.52

973 821,779197,983,637.45
7,097
8,926
29,821
19,706
6,372
6,959
22,585
1,783
9,472

1,013,043.35
1,317, 014. 77
3,618, 807.18
2,947, 489.95
1,660, 795.66
848, 2,71.90
7,774, 365.10
184, 1.01
1,143,822.37

, 164
73
232
88
110
153
132
30
982

171,1
42,437
182,784
141,404
150,394
91,707
59,182
18,236

550 437,158 107,697,875.81
168
74
241
88
110
156
132
30

1,205,325. 74
1,413, 966.21
3,913; 982.75
1,919^ 952.18
1,797',966.10
1,440, 202. 7
7,847. 701.6!
197; 318.58
1,273! 360. 90

33;

113,585 20,508,238.29

33:

92,721 20,003,531.63

338

51,239 14,956,350.09
21,134 2,939, 1.46
77,353 33,939,082.5!
6,664 1,185,915.5
15,409 3,367, 244.99
555,277.65
1,824
30, 945.85
263
67, 772.24
138

61
33
103
29
16

51,850
21,531
58,380
6,213
14,823
1,928
298
152

61
36
105
31
17
4
2
1

50,306 16,225,852.02
22,636 3,579,269.11
56,997 25,918,802.51
6,971 1,415,655.21
15,391 3,326,588.31
630,027.87
1,793
304
42,162.98
162
74,096.90

2
1

174,024 57,042,057.43
1,370

346,403.49

3,331 2,773,684 776,481,362.49

2
1

250 155,175 47,422,134.90
1,124

154,560 51,212,454.91

346,626.14

222,465.23

3,332)2,832,875 807, 714,126.6'

3,372 2,918,546 815,590,460.80

The statistics here presented are revised returns from banks.




,847, 835.56
730, =88.37
,775, 13.65
,143, 336.17
,254, 440.81
561, 371.41
36, 650.18
72, 298. 75

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43,598, 426.33
10,928! 639.48
43,965!460.38
44,105; 435.68
35,508; 942.62
19,225, 498.54
10,933, 517.58
3,375; 972.36

1,011

896,958 211,641,592.97

178,391
39,602
180,966
142,8S8
152,781
94,346
59,725
19,355

7,082
11,031
29,484
24,907
6,920
7,022
24,033
1,860
9,980

115,486 21,009,776.92

61
36
111
30
16

437.681 104,442,811.72

42,659,789.42
9,904,145.43
44,768,477.53
45,215,105.75
35,418,313.93
19,877,599.59
10,403,195.75
3,428,705.39

868,034 211,675,332.79

857,319 205,799,121.36
7,413
10,450
29,674
20,358
6,742
6,700
22,897
1,841
9,411

1,083,335.01
1,311,825.51
3,733,565.49
1,818,429.54
1,752,118.96
954,018.05
7,911,876.55
186,602.68
1,251,759.84

310,074.53
110,061.51
743,796. 71
083,215.36
786,204.25
575,965.70
692,508.39
497,294.91

181,223
75 45,271
249 191,708
88 145,735
110 157,511
157 95,918
133 60,951
29 18,641

1,449, 111.28
1,495,671.26
3,891, 978.05
1,905, 777.18
1,924, 229.
1,487, 861.10
8,008, 174.28
207, 661.67
1,373,050.27

6,114
10,491
18,856
28,653
7,366
7,170
23,558
1,904
10,283

114,395 22,261,351.12

122,319 21,443,514.84
59
36
112
30
17
4
2
1

54,049 17,159,427.25
22,277 3,791,250.17
45,408 23,017,099.45
6,971 1,396,633.04
15,606 3,460,969.16
1,959
614,240.56
313
44,762.47
17
81,674.33

261 146,760 49,566,056.43
354.964. 73
3,416 2,965,532 824,476,995.42

1,124, 525.51
1,557, 091.39
4,055, 117.58
1,958, 961.01
2,024, 848.77
1,527, 840.29
8,320, 879.75
197, 523.79
1,494, 563.03

56
38
111
31
16

49,690 15,990,505.58
23,202 3,191,043.44
57,736 23,215,459.34
7,788 1,522,823.00
15,742 3,532,897.39
2,150
695,359.55
362
65,645.77
186
79,853.51

261 156,856 48,293,587.58
3

1.498

337,773. 74

3,421 3,020,831820,639,410.68

250

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
TABLE NO. 54.—Specie and circulation of national hanks at date
NOVEMBER 26, 1912.
Specie.
Number of
banks.

City, State, and Territory.

Gold coin.

Gold
ClearingTreasury
Gold
house
certificates certificates
Treasury
to order
certificates. (act of Mar. (sec. 5192,
R. S.).
14, 1900).

CENTRAL RESEEVE CITIES.

1 New York City
2 Chicago
St. Louis

37
9
8

Total, central reserve cities

$5,631,907.00 181,931,390 $23,350,000 353,140,000
4,705,560.00 20,762,470
4,125,000 12,435,000
3,179,605.00 13,390,490
430,000

54

.

13,517,072.00 116,084,350

27,905,000

65,575,000

55,000
60 000

4,530,000

OTHER RESERVE CITIES.

4

7
s
q
10
11

12
13

\/\
15
16
17
1«*
19
7
0
31
#>•

?S

>1
?5

Boston.
Albany
Brooklyn
Philadelphia...
Pittsburgh
Baltimore
Washington
Savannah
New 0 rleans . .
Dallas
Fort Worth
Galveston

. . .
....

.

San Antonio
Waco

.

. .

5
8
8
7
8

Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus

Indianapolis
Detroit
.
Milwaukee

5
3
5
6

?6

St Paul
Cedar Rapids
Des Monies
Dubuque
}1
Sioux Citv
i<C<?nsas City Mo
1°
St Joseph
Lincoln
Omaha
South Omaha
^7 Kansas City, Kans
IS Topeka
-^ Wichita
10 Denver
.
*1 Pueblo
1> Muskogee
*
13 Oklahoma City
44 Seattle
1*1 Sookane
16 Taooma
47 Portland
18 Los Angeles
1Q San Francisco. .
50 Salt Lake Citv...

6
3

>7
?S

39
30

17
3
6
32
24
17
10
2
5
4
g
2
6

.

.

.

.

4
3
5

11
4
4
7
3

.

....

2
2
3
6
3

5
6
6

5
2
4
9

9
5

1,165,271.00
' 489,485.00
213,912.50
2,620,315.00
3,378,592.50
434,866.00
93,745. 50
88,612. 50
36,005. 50
286 020 00
540,780 00
216,445.00
376,493.50
346,422. 50
146,887.50
301,224.50
709 555 00
1,545,682.50
1,003,977.00
1,038,907.50
1,134,100 00
1,005,230.00
3,316,526.00
929,657. 50
94,625.00
427, 216. 40
143, 437. 50
199 987 50
1,150,267. 50
387,395 00
307,683.00
1,178 785 00
361,370.00
149,017.50
107 315 00
113,287 50
3,505.227.50
432,410. (X)
112,242.50
180,317.50
2,870,137. 50
899,395.00
577,557, 50
3,732,125.00
6,410 782 50
9,912, 797.50
1,086,659.25

8,600,580
1,925,820
1 090 140
7,112,890
8,320, 960
2,315,660
1,436,350
6,500
1,817,060
1 296 260
202 450
637, 810
1,864,750
901 560
262,000
762,000
2 526 770
3,561,050
610, 820
1,457,170
897 990
1,906, 420
1, 288, 700
330,820
450 000
528,030
80,000
344 910
2,464,710
555 510
165,510
1 606 860
72 470
158,100
87 800
183 950
1,782,040
466,190
218,930
401,180
312,120
232,140
29 460
96,640
223 560
515,610
836,840

5,870,000
226,666*
70,000

280 000
7,735,000
2, 155,000
40,000
620,000

620 000
1 oso 000
740,000
805 000
1 160 000
300,000
100 000
110,000

1,075,000

500 000
500,000

1,405,000

10 000
ioo'ooo
200,000
120 000
180 000

1,840,000

788 000
1,251,000
416 000
554*000
1 000 000
296,000

Total, other reserve cities

315

55,758,752.65

62,945,090

13,065,000

23,690,000

Total, all reserve cities

369

69,275,824.65 179,029,440

40,970,000

89,265,000

STATES, ETC.

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
14 Massachusetts
50
Rhode Island
Connecticut
Total, New England States




50
168
21
80

1,233,906,91
486,519,32
388 030 82
2,278,043. 43
430,247.52
1,739,218.50

803 500
259 520
309 280
1 639 210
596 820
899,270

20,000

442

6,555,966.50

4,507,600

20,000

69

3 000

3,000

BEPOKT OF THE COMPTBOLLEB OF THE CUBBENCY.

251

of each report during year ended August ,9, 1913.
NOVEMBER 26, 1912,
Circulating notes.

Specie.

Silver
dollars.

$45,315
195,517
124,549

Silver
Treasury
certificates.

Fractional
silver coin.

Total.

$41,285,065 $1,284,550.67 $206,668,227.67
57,460,885.75
469,953.75
14,767,385
22,991,986.42
126,277.42
5,741.065

Received
from
Comptroller.

$48,794,600
14,699,000
17,074,790

On hand.

Outstanding.

$411,612.50 IS48,382,987. 50
134,607.50 14,564,392.50
78,507.50 16,996,282.50

365,381

61,793,515

1,880,781.84

287,121,099.84

7,510
6,538
4,461
167,690
196,441
46,269
7,659
18,720
21,051
130,283
25,578
37,689
131,747
86', 830
81,945
52,913
47,934
90,429
129,715
142.919
70,960
54.859
102. S57
59,249
18,177
61,470
6,960
34,748
82,581
43,735
48,998
125,662
127,196
4,541
14.029
19,069
88', 989
19,211
22,452
76,828
42,439
77,422
20.088
59,131
155,342
180,382
31,208

8,604,168
128,730
1,036,257
5,966,497
a, 566.435
2,626,645
672,859
41,110
565,745
492,799
84,201
59,526
483,990
280,556
78,940
288,749
1,537,955
637,137
241,968
238,638
109,717
1,059,665
45,540
376,466
17,975
67,678
40,216
42,986
1,468,397
200,842
36,621
788,080
105,307
' 44,423
19,577
46,347
57, 794
31,257
62,069
137,850
50,149
37,221
8,273
14,980
74.486
84;569
16,448

349,913.90
37,752.15
133,559.00
594,214.83
484,144.05
139,250.90
69,341.60
22,863.00
28,2)3.65
96,611.95
34,422.80
69,153. 80
100,619. 25
65,468. 65
93,715. 60
35,963.80
75,165.90
68,017.25
69,188.15
44,683.80
60,139.00
82,814.95
81,359.35
62,644.25
22,577.30
27,918.60
13.210.51
28,641.52
172,339.55
23,471.15
45,995.25
94,921.65
20,440.05
i, 145. 65
19,149.70
14;804.45
48,681.90
18.111.15
16,070.40
35,053. 80
120,345.85
140,715.95
32,749.20
105,583.65
234,410.22
497,580. 80
46,375.25

23,312, 442.90
2,648, 325.15
2,758. 329.50
30,066, 606.83
18,131, 572.55
5,822, 690.90
2,349, 955.10
177, SOS.50
3,088, 155.15
2,301, 973.95
887, 431.80
1,020, 623. 80
2,957, 599. 75
1,680, 837.15
663, 488.10
2,060, 850. 30
5,947, 379.90
6,642, 315. 75
2,055, 668.15
2,922, 318.30
3,077, 906.00
4,108, 988.93
5,995, 082.35
3,133, 836. 75
703, 354.30
1,222, 313. 00
283, 854.01
1,151. 273.02
7,243, 295.05
1,210, 953.15
604, 807.25
3,804, 308.65
786, 83.05
563', 227.15
36 870.70
557, 457. 95
5,482, 732, 40
967, 179.15
431, 703. SO
831, 229.30
4,1S3, 191.35
2,637, 893.95
1,084, 127. 70
4,562, 459.65
8,078, 580.72
13,320. 939.30
2.017, 530.50

3.083,034

32,707,838

4,685,595.13

195,935,309.78

168,200,140

2,, 092,015.00 166.108.125.00

3,448,415

94.501.353 I 6,566,376.97

4837oS~4O9~.62

248,768,530

2,716,742.50 1246,051,787.50 I

2,611,305.53
1,155,121. 97
988,677.42
6,445,818.42
1,552,376.95
4,117,626.57

5,995,750
5,031,500
4,737,500
20,321,500
4,856,000
13,451,050

115,210.00
60,825.00
88,613. 50
261,465.00
78,757.50
233,767.50

5,880,540.00
4,970,675.00
4,648,886.50
20,060,035. 00
4,777,242.50
13,217,282.50

16,870,926. 86

54,393,300

838,638.50

53,554,661.50

27,018
21,789
32, 487
135,146
4,475
50,461

435,654
283,368
171,095
1,845,296
419,634
1,078,887

271,376

4,233,934

111,226.62
103,925.65
87. 784. 60
545,122.99
101,200. 43
329,790. 07
1,279,050.36




80,568,390

7,821,000
2,100,000
1,037,000
15,812,000
17,074,000
8,247,000
5,605,000
800,000
3,320,000
2.534,000
2,082,000
405,000
4,300,000
2,115,000
1,500,000
4,855,000
7,480,600
5,862,500
2,500,000
6.191,040
2,154,000
4,117,000
1,995,000
2,093,000
400,000
1,339,000
600,000
875,000
4,605.000
970.000
930.500 .
2.667.500
680,000
399,000
300,000
325,000
3,370,000
480,000
650,000
650,000
1,589,000 i
2,800.000 I
500.000
2,800,000 '
5,170,000
21,950,000
2,150,000

624,727.50

9,943,662.50

7,658 897.50
2,067! 795.00
1,037, 000.00
137,472.50 15,674, 527. 50
245,365.00 16,828, 635.00
8,148, 737.50
100,262.50
5,591, 192.50
13,807.50
800, 000.00
"~26,"l02.~56' 3,293, 897.50
2,534, 000.00
2,075, 495.00
6,505.00
405, 000.00
4,291 200.00
8,800.00
2,027! 897.50
87,102.50
1.500; 000.00
4,849, 900.00
5,100.00
7,464 047.50
16,552.50
5,702! 497. 50
160,002.50
2,469: 597.50
30,402.50
6,117 737.50
73,302.50
2,134 400.00
19,600.00
4,111 795.00
5.205.00
1,987 796.00
7.205.00
2,062 850.00
30.150.00
400: 000.00
1,308. 797.50
30.202. 50
600, 000. 00
874 997.50
2.50
4,394 895.00
210.105.00
958: 995.00
11.005. 00
914; 900.00
15,600.00
2,667: 497. 50
2.50
680, 000.00
393, 000. 00
5,100.00 i
300, 000.00
320, 597.50
4.402.50
3.286, 795.00
83,205.00
480 000.00
649: 100. 00
900.00
650', 000.00
1,588, 945.00
55.00
2,765, 695.00
34.305.00
494. 295.00
5,705,00
2,652, 245.00
147.755.00
5,024, 447. 50
145', 552. 50 21,777, 332. 50
172,667.50
2.091, 795.00
58,205.00
162,102,50
32.205.00

252

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
TABLE NO. 54.—Specie and circulation of national banks at date
N O V E M B E R 26, 1912—Continued.
Specie.

City, State, and Territory.

Number of
banks.

Gold coin.

Gold
Treasury
Clear ingGold
certificates ' house
Treasury
to order
certificates
certificates. (act of Mar.
(sec. 5192,
14, 1900).
R. S.).

STATES, ETC.—continued.
426
199
779
26
91
1

$5,230,141.74
1,933,634.76
9,464,852.91
120,935.50
507,800.15
8,127.50

$6,038,200
3,321,890
8,525,940
107,100
722,840
35,200

$930,000
40,000
270,000

1,522

17,265,492.56

18,751,170

1,270,000

133
112
74
47
114
48
85
31
27
483
49
137
103

1,606,635.68
1,223,244.50
483,864.85
208,166.50
509,635.00
573,328.00
705,082.00
150,299.58
211,210.75
2,395,589.28
264,581.50
764,049.35
1,134,949.00

1,778,840
879,870
433,450
180,870
537,340
596,920
1,418,330
360,390
442,530
3,427,010
461,030
726,460
1,285,880

1,443

10,230,635.99

12,528,920

650,000

6,000

356
249
441
96
123
261
323
110

3,959,750.30
3,163,908.15
4,520,677.57
2,308,715.04
1,915,689.90
3,020,168.00
2,531,145.38
786,438.30

3,386,970
2,417,890
3,969,060
1,479,580
1,202,220
1,441,120
1,752,330
367,660

615,000
80,000
770,000
40,000
750,000
280,000
500,000
45,000

204,000

1,959

22,206,492.64

16,016,830

3,080,000

204,000

145
104
229
204
58
30
118
40
295

623,201.50
765,876.10
1,564,971.05
1,735,383.35
1,622,838.50
504,138. 95
1,318,259.95
388,540.00
840,711.10

706,240
751,900
931,190
1,128,840
1,029,360
335,970
778,980
440,530
1,225,640

1,223

9,363,920.50

7,328,650

67
77
219
52
17
11
13
2

1,607,819.30
2,203,286.50
7,716,303.50
950,477.50
487,630.00
347,422.50
401,931.90
336,240.81

298,340
259,150
960,900
306,270
26,690
108,990
201,530
75,500

Total, Pacific States

458

14,051,112.01

2,237,370

101 Island possessions, Hawaii

4

601,722.00

1,190

Total, States, etc

7,051

80,275,342.20

Total United States

7,420

57
58
59
60
61
62

New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia

63
64
65
66
67

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

Total, Eastern States

60
70
71
79
71
75

*

Total, Southern States
76
77
78
70
£0
81

Ohio
.
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan
"Wisconsin
Minnesota
Iowa
-83 Missouri

-

Total, Middle States
84 North Dakota
85 South Dakota
Nebraska
S7 Kansas
88 Montana
89
90 Colorado
01 New Mexico
92 Oklahoma
Total, Western States
93 Washington .
94 Oregon
California
96 Idaho
97 Utah
98 Nevada
00 Arizona
100 Alaska

.




$505,000
15,000

30,000
520,000

10,000
2,000
90,000
50,000
4,000
20,000
450,000
30,000

80.000
245,000
40,000

365,000

120,000

46,666

182,000

120,000

222,000

61,371,730

5,505,000

955,000

149,551,166.85 240,401,170

46,475,000

90,220,000

BEPOBT OF THE COMPTBOLLEK OF THE CUKBENCY.

253

of each report during year ended August 9, 191,3— Continued.
NOVEMBER 26, 1912—Continued.
Circulating notes.

Specie.

cm v p r
dolH?s

Received
from
Comptroller.

Silver
Treasury

Fractional
silver coin.

$298,500
125,910
706,551
14,806
26,377
600

$4,160,550
2,868,628
4,263,641
162,291
412,911
25,461

$915,213.22 $18,077,604.96
758,011.47
9,048,074.23
1,168,508.63 24,414,493.54
452,258. 80
47,126.30
1,817,734.56
117,806.41
72,048.50
2,660. 00

$37,638,810
17,660,070
56,898,890
1,352,750
4,540,990
250,000

$380,495.00 $37,258,315.00
215,557.50 17,444,512.50
485,216.00 56,413,674.00
1,332,265.00
20,485.00
4,501,567.50
39,422.50
250,000.00

1,172,744

11,893,482

3,009,326.03

53,882,214.59

118,341,510

1,141,176.00 117,200,334.00

189,822
117,849
126,658
65,172
257.261
147,178
204,968
68,310
92,443
804,014
97,229
131,292
166,001

784,877
496,834
386,310
182,554
598,291
343,893
393,051
92, 786
154,742
1,235,632
223,486
321,977
539,189

251,721.26
129,445.44
99,285.18
144,821.25
322,702.82
144,685.71
199,194.55
65,663.95
83,408.30
759,945.21
105,222.60
139,618.30
176,766.15

4,611,895.94
2,857,242.94
1,529,568.03
781,583.75
2,227,229.82
1,806,004. 71
2,920,625.55
827,449.53
1,034,334.05
8,626,190.49
1,171,549.10
2,533,396.65
3,332,785.15

14,500,250
8,713,400
6,827,600
4,886,750
10,603,250
5,722,490
8,347,250
3,039,000
2,671,250
22,073,210
2,949,010
11,271,350
10,560,510

2,468,197

5,753,622

2,622,480. 72

34,259,855.71

112,165,320

492,563
400,799
572,266
176,131
176,375
260,309
372,507
153,224

1,318,031
1,029,208
1,597,261
505,574
471.233
549,766
605.630
199,218

500,077.03
333,098.67
662,804.85
209,717.11
199,878.65
271,719.12
303,678.85
122,733.06

10,476,391.33
7,424,903.82
12,092,069.42
4,719,717.15
4,715,396.55
5,823,082.12
6,065,291.23
1,674,273.36

29,486,430
19,334,520
26,751,840
8,609,750
8,890,970
9,092,350
15,167,450
5,733,810

2,604,174

6,275,921

2,603,707.34

52,991,124.98

123,067,120

!
!
j

92,024
107,394
188,981
287,483
65,531
47,094
137,934
33,027
287,689

240,981
196,400
275.925
410' 338
147,277
69,515
225,578
114,049
438,598

135,016.63
105,404.54
168,311.73
216,590.92
134,461.05
43,867. 52
116,760.95
46,679.75
286,999.95

1,797,463.13
2,006,974.64
3,374,378.78
3,818,635.27
2,999,407.55
1,000,585.47
2,577,512.90
1,022,825.75
3,079,638.05

3,877,980
3,230,800
8,523,560
8,874,740
3,143,950
1,515,300
4,995,910
1,607,750
7,775,260

34,455.00
14,845.00
31,200.00
55,845.00
47,062.50
15,310.00
46,925.00
20,580.00
42,707.50

|

1,247,157

2,118,661

1,254,093.04

21,677,481.54

43,545,250

308,930.00

43,236,320.00

j
i

107,065
97,670
350,604
60,422
37,761

14,830
46,066
2,892

54,333
36,725
192,819
54,421
14.727
6l 374
41,099
6,000

159,623.10
154,219.50
627.517.54
95', 846.30
22,168.56
23,621.70
63,004.20
10,467.25

2,227,180.40
2,751 051.00
10,008,144.04
1,649,436.80
588,976.56
501,238.20
753,631.10
431,100.06

2,582,360
3,113,260
16,133,300
2,516,500
923,250
1,579,000
841,510
62,500

49,287.50
125,062.50
261,755.00
21,837.50
310.00
32,495.00
7,100.00
500.00

2,533,072.50
2,988,197.50
15,871,545.00
2,494,662.50
922,940.00
1,546,505.00
834,410.00
62,000.00

717,310

406,498

1,156,468.15

18,910,758.16

27,751,680

498,347.50

27,253,332.50

38,929

238

29,871.25

671,950.25

306,250

7,602.50

298,647.50

8,519,887

30,682,356

11,954,996.89 199,264,312.09

479,570,430

4,120,032.00 475,450,398.00

125,183,709 18,521., 373. 86 | 682,320,721.71

728,338,960

6,836,774.50 721,502,185.50

dollars.

\

:
I

I

j

11,968,302

C8rtjncates.




Total.

On hand,

113,275.00
45,985.00
5,425.00
9,252.50
4,625.00
32,320.00
23,122.50
9,542.50
15,840. 00
92,745.00
5,175.00
42,205.00
17,307.50

j Outstanding.

14,386,975.00
8,667,415.00
6,822,175.00
4,877,497.50
10,598,625.00
5,690,170.00
8,324,127.50
3,029,457.50
2,655,410.00
21,980,465.00
2,943,835.00
11,229,145.00
10,543,202.50

57
58
59
60
61
62

63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75

416,820.00 111,748 500.00
230,645.00
113,782.50
214,850.00
106,215.00
72,175.00
58,877.50
81,960.00
30,012.50

29,255,785.00
19,220,737.50
26,536,990.00
8,503,535.00
8,818,795.00
9,033,472.50
15,085,490.00
5,703,797.50

76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83

908,517.50 122,158,602.50
3,843,525.00
84
3,215,955.00
85
8,492,360.00 86
8,818,895.00 87
3,096,887.50
1,499,990.00
8S
4,948,985.00
90
1,587,170.00 - 91
7,732,552.50 92

93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100

101

254

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
TABLE NO. 54*—Specie and circulation of national banks at date
FEBRUARY 4, 1913.
Specie.

City, State, and Territory.

Number of
banks.

Gold coin.

Gold
ClearingTreasury
house
Gold
certificates certificates
Treasury
to order
certificates. (act of Mar. (sec. 5192.
R. S.).
14, 1900).
-I:

CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES.

$5> 654,055,50 $126,375,060 24,930,000 151,830,000
4,688>207.50 23,948,590
4,425,000 11,175,000
2401,640.00 13,573,030
500,000

New Y©rk City
Chi g
St, Lottis
Total, central reserve cities

53

12,743,903.00 163,896,680

29y855,000

63,005,000

OTHER RESERVE CITIES,

Boston.
lb y
Brooklyn
Philadelphia
fittstagh
Baltimore
Washmgtem
Savannah..
New Orleans
...
Dallas
Fort Worth...
Galveston
Houston..San Antonio
Waco.,.
Louisville
Cincinnati..
Cleveland
Columbus
...
Indianapolis
Detroit
Milwaukee
Miimeapo-Iis
St. Paul.1.
Cedar Rapids.
Des Moines
Dubucme
Sioux City.
Kansas City, Mo
St. Joseph
Lincoln...,
Omaha
South Omaha
Kansas City, Kans.
Topeka
Wichita
Denver
Pueblo...
Muskogee.
Oklahoma City.....
Seattle
"
Spokane
Tacoma
Portland
Los Angeles
San Francisco
Salt Lake Citv

3
4
3
4
3

5
11
4
4

I

Total, other reserve cities.

I

Total, all reserve cities..

1

315

i
!
!
I

648,874,00
553,087.50
2I0 r 817.50
1,754,3*5.00
422S6900©
345,8M.O©
77,462.50
3,222.5©
36V 580.00
260,877.50
557,675.00
157,595.00
395,014.50
320/160.00
148,182.50
440,316.00
754,925,00
1,814,732,50
1,017,222.00
1,015,550.00
1,050,782.00
1,117,377.50
2,989,675.00
1,037,107.50
59,982.50
462,994.90
141,787.50
182,982.50
1,176,937.50
358,472. 50
247,080.50
1,253,837.50
302,835.00
139,545.00
107,200.00
102,000.00
3,320,632. 50
434,783.00
108,852. 50
200,630.00
3,300,885.00
947,930.00
881,980.00
3,614,377.50
6,796, 882. 50
12,502,650.00
1,095.345.00

8,981,580- i
50,000
60,000
1,580,640
l,17&,150
7,670,000
7,901,460
8,349,880
210,000
2,151,460
60,000
1,841,950
40,400
1,166,190
1,355,350
243,530
628,180
1,969,130
779,950
306,000
750,000
899*, 880 1,350,000
3,321,090
4,056,060
662,410
'897^990
1,186,120
1,233,700
1,265,000
341,460
3G0>000
791,300
130,000
659,830
110,000
80,000
211,000
500,000
2,968.250
300,000
677,370
98,520
1,118,730
10,000
40,020
100,000
200,000
177,200
120r000
82,290
18Or000
208,400
2,286,260
499,280
243,130
333,050
660,210
191,780
17,010
82,280
494,950
919,600
2,220,000 I
792,950

5,550,000
440,000
7,835>000
1,928,000
30,000

735,000

740,000

15,000
1,090,000 :

1,325,000

682,000
1,267,000
363,000
343,000
657,000
412,000

58,670,795.40 I 66,264,270 15,585,000

24,274,000 ;

71,414,693,40 230,160,950 45,440,000

87,279,000 |

STATES, ETC.

Mains
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut

:...

Total, New England States




$1,108,750.11 I $900,260
260,270
495,293.04
385,208.94 | 288,510
1,657,850
2,207,231.98
582,010
403,147. 94
972,020
1,706,181.20

825,000 j

6,306,113.21 | 4,660,920

25,000 i

,13,000 !

3,000 j

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

255

of each report during year ended August ,9, 191J- -Continued.
FEBRUARY 4, 1913.
Specie.

Silver
dollars.

129,964
176,853
97,573
304,390

Silver
Treasury
certificates.

Fractional
silver coin.

Circulating notes.

Total.

$42,596,933 $1,384,746.28 $252,800,758.78
19,358,924
570,576.65
64,343,151.15
21,595,266.05
4,904,923
118,100.05
66,860,780

2,073,422.98

338,739,175,98

23,842,207.45
2,329,939.55
2,948,489.60
31,847,499.64
IS,868,280.80
5,635, 700.24
2,715.124.16
110,770 50
2,217,478.35
2,353,262.45
1,020,785.50
976,135.50
3.226,352.45
1,532,484.30
751,515. 75
2,609,191. 80
6,676,059.26
8,006,861.70
2,242,607. 90
3,190,766.10
3,131,162.00
4,205,000.25
5,910,839.65
3,636,871.50
1,060,723.30
1,440,667.25
290,528.10
994,849.25
7,606,941.90
1,389,633.90
493,387.28
3,509,395. 20
622,115.65
576,535.10
371,105.85
577, 609.85
5,858,198. 56
1,016,534. 65
518, 693. 65
848,596.50
4,950,176.50
2,706,376.80
1,350,865.05
4,271,020.55
8,465,098.55
16,853,676.32
2,040,185.92

Received
from
Comptroller.

On h a n d .

Outstanding.

$48,650.100 81.093,407.50 •$47,556,692.50
919,502.50 13,879,497.00
14,799,000
208,910.00 16,465,880. 00
16,674,790
80,123,890

2,221,820.00

77,902,070.00

8,562,402. 50
2,016,495.00
1,035,1C0.00
15,410,727. 50
16,788, 682. 50
8,128,247.50
5,488,242. 50
800,000.00
69,352. 50
3,250,647. 50
2,534,000. C
O
2,047,395. C
O
34,605.00
405,000.00
25,305.00
4,274,695.CO
57,205. 00
2, 057, 795. C
O
15,400.00
1,484,600. C
O
4,000.00
4,851,000.00
64,605.00
7,458,995. 00
326, 700. 00
5,585,800.00
70,355.00
2,429,645. 00
116,202. 50
5, 979,337. 50
45, 500. 00
2,108,500.00
105,705.00
4,011,295.00
10,500. C
O 1,980,100.00
55,800. 00
1,737,200.00
77,300,00
447, 700. C
O
44, 002. 50
1,294,997.50
5,350. C
O
594,650. 00
6, 602.50
868,397, 50
244,905. C
O 4,360,095. 00
2,305. 00
987, 695. 00
17,000.00
913,500.00
2.50
2,667,497.50
3,800. 00
676,200.00
399,000.00
300,000. 00
2. 50
324,997. 50
71,360.00
3,298,640.00
2,300.00
477, 700.00
2.50
649, 997. 50
700, 00
649,300. 00
4,305. 00
1,584,695.00
33,300. 00
2,766, 700. 00
12,200.00
487,800. C
O
214, 755. 00
2,585,245.00
4,858,397. 50
111,602.50
396,545. 00 21,553,455.00
85,405.00
2,064,595.00

8,192
6,874
3.510
151,041
283,850
47, 707
4,196
5 520
20,515
140 264
85,767
27 530
187,684
139,728
94,554
57', 567
48,626
114,470
142,811
140,974
73,120
78,370
204,026
157,451
20,454
68,458
11,517
35,372
178,665
59,054
63,394
127,979
140,582
19,384
23 548
21,384
143,338
25,901
31,326
100,826
75,128
80,970
29,068
83,116
139,304
177,371
63,489

8,248,666
66,370
966,672
5,788,819
3,502,979
2,713,959
670,711
40 760
243,329
483,920
66,012
86 585
509, 780
195,016
88,881
400,491
1,137,187
1,135,343
323,909
401,301
128,321
1,718,897
82,520
538,193
31,635
94,060
45,136
31,610
1,416,538
263,260
33,755
878,731
22,523
33,463
15,270
47,474
51,484
38,557
110,293
150,133
75,571
62,975
11,552
10,850
52,667
49,825
25,167

354,895.45
62,968.05
151,340.10
746,864. 64
582,881.80
136,683.24
60,804.66
20,868. 00
21,864.35
111,850.95
67,801. 50
76,2^5.50
164, 743.95
97,630.30
113,898.25
60,937.80
64,231.26
146,256.20
96,255.90
75,641.10
95,949.00
104,235.75
135,918. 65
72,660.00
27,351.80
45,324,35
12,087. 60
33,884. 75
241,551.40
31,477.40
50,637. 78
120,117. 70
16,095. 65
6,943.10
22, 797.85
18,351. 85
56,484.06
18,013.65
23,092.15
63,957. 50
156,382. 50
155,721.80
48, 255. 05
137,397.05
324,295.05
572,230.32
63,234.92

3,943,975

33,091,150

5,869,111.68

207,698,302.08

168,603,240

3,386,082, 50 165,217,157.50

4,J248,365

99,951,930

7,942,534.66

546,437,478. 06

248,727,130

5,607,902.50 243,119,227.50

$27,916
21,764
34,359
103,386
4,534
52,341

1430,416
283,902
165,361
1,835,640
426,318
1,134,823

$128,664.53
117,300.68
100,548.35
634,130.58
116,339.45
320,820.39

$2,596,006.64
1,178,529.72
973,987.29
6,441,238,56
1,532,649.39
4,211,185.59

$5,995,750
5,031,500
4,537,500
19,971,500
4,905,100
13,726,850

$163,700.00
109,692.50
84,322.50
399,877.50
88,532.50
475,877.50

$5,832,050.00
4,921,807.50
4,453,177.50
19,571,622. 50
4,816,567.50
13,250,972.50

244,300

4,276,460

1,417,803.98

16,933,597,19

54,168,200

1,322,002.50

52,846,197.50




8,756,000
2,100,COO
1,037,000
15,662, C O
O
17,074,000
8,247,000
5,605,000
800 000
3,320,000
2,534,000
2,082,000
405 C O
O
4,300,000
2,115,0CO
1,500.000
4,855.000
7,523,6C0
5,912,500
2,500,000
6,095,540
2,154,000
4,117,000
1,990,600
1.793,000
525,000
1,339,000
600,000
875, 0C0
4,605,000
970,000
930,500
2,607,500
680,000
399,000
300 000
325,000
3,370,000
480,000
650,000
650,000
1,589,000
2,800,000
500,000
2,800,000
4,970,000
21.950,000
2,150,000

193.597.50
83,505.00
1,900.00
251,272.50
285.317.50
118,752.50
116, 757. 50

256

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
TABLE NO. 54.—Specie and circulation of national banks at date
F E B R U A R Y 4, 1913—Continued.
Specie.
Number of
banks.

. Gold coin.

Gold
ClearingTreasury
Gold
house
certificates
Treasury
certificates
to order
certificates. (act of Mar. (sec. 5192,
R. S.).
14, 1900).

$5,271,679.91
1,864,060.53
9,667,402.54
109,678.00
496,231.30
8,005.00

$5,865,080
3,501,770
8,546,900
88,900
712,710
37,650

$890,000
60,000
270,000

91
1

1,524

17,417,057.28

18,753,010

1,250,000

133
112
73

480
49
137
104

1,570,578.00
1,298,038.90
457,996. 85
211,074. 00
465,280.00
557,122. 57
723,125. 00
141,109.08
222,612.00
2,359,898.78
280,279.50
733,059.35
1,064,858.50

1,440,630
970, 280
440, 870
199, 780
552,440
652, 830
1,309,690
377,670
473,900
3,375,220
354, 520
733, 980
1,202,610

450,000
30,000

1,443

10,085,032.53

12,084,420

640,000

22,000

356

3,558,350
2,459,300
3,967,600
1,575,680
1,274,830
1,310,710
1,736,940
383,380

615,000
80,000
795,000
40,000
740,000
300,000
500,000
45,000

238, 500

249
445
96
123
260
322
110

4,352,228. 80
3,127,103. 00
4,525,922. 48
2,386,982. 54
1,975,107.71
2,945,036.00
2,.562,877.47
769,973.30

1,961

22,645,231.30

16,266, 790

3,115,000

238,500

145
204
57
30
117
40
298

606,989. 80
780,549.10
1,510,221. 80
1,711,454.55
1,681,855.35
549, 766.00
1,347,577.95
393,305.00
863,734.10

717,500
700,120
872,280
1,178,980
924,390
341,180
805, 410
437, 760
1,287,050

1,221

City, Ftate, and Territory.

9,445,453.65

7,264,670

STATES, ETC.—continued.
57 New York

427
199
780
26

New Jersey
59 Pennsylvania .
60 Delaware
61 M a r y l a n d . . .
62 District of Columbia
Total, Eastern States
63 Virginia
64 West Virginia
65 North Carolina

66 South Carolina
67 Georgia
6s Florida
60 Alabama
70 Mississippi
71 Louisiana
7? Texas....
73 Arkansas
74 Kentucky
75 Tennessee

48
115
49
86

31
26

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

76
77
78
79
80
81

.

Total, Middle States
84 North Dakota

85 South Dakota
86 Nebraska
87 K a n s a s . . .
88 Montana
80 \Vv0min2
90 Colorado
New Mexico
92 Oklahoma

103
227

Total, Western States
93 Washington

Oregon
95 California.
96 Idaho

97 Utah
98 Nevada..
99 Arizona
100 Alaska

....

66
77

.

225
53

17
11

. .

13
2

1,684,376.00
2,1S5,229. 00
7, 738,595.50 ~
998,876. 00
502,630.00
351,025.00
422,918.90
245,778.03
14,129,428.43
601,722.00

22 000
90,000
50,000

26,666

40,000
245,000
50,000
i

20,000
355,000

7,057

80,630,038.40

7,425

80,000

160,000

5,465,000

1,128,500

50,905,000

88,407,500




•

152,044,736.80 291,416,240
!

i Figures for November 26, 1912.

16,666

150,000

61,255,290

Total, United States.

80, 000

1,190

Total, States, etc .

705,000
_ ...

2,224,290

4

J

15,000

30,000

303, 760
243,040
965,050
292,150
36,220
93,870
215 980
74,220

464

Total, Pacific States
101 Island possessions: Hawaii

$690,000

BEPORT OF I H E COMPTROLLER OP THE CURRENCY.

257

of each report during year ended August 9,. 1913-—Continued.
FEBRUARY 4, 1913—Continued.
Circulating notes.

Specie.

Silver
dollars.

Silver
Treasury
certificates.

Fractional
silver coin.

Total.

Received
from
Comptroller.

On hand.

Outstanding.

$4.419,110 $1,079,961.40 $18,504,025.31
2,992,981
588,867.68
9,119,218.21
4,157,998 1,343,382.06 24,724,213.60
164,305
47,704.15
428,055.15
408,503
125,284.75
1,802,916.05
14,440
3,375.00
63,850.00

$37,654,560 $661,952.50 $36,992,607.50
17,802,320 , 439,857.50 17,362,462.50
57,013,890 1,007,798.50 56,006,091.50
20,895.00 1,331,855.00
1,352,750
78,302.50 4,461,887.50
4,540,190
6,600.00
250,000
243,400.00

12,157,337 3,188,575.04

54,642,278.32

118,613,710

327,103.04
176,117.40
120,522.10
199,757.45
330,019.91
161,251.91
240,950.35
77,925.95
114,634.55
843,041.43
141,431.60
146,690.95
229,778.20

4,340,233.04
3,132,656.30
1,527,110.95
864,121.45
2,246,164.91
1,913,116.48
3,002,819.35
857,573.03
1,167,312.55
8,720,977.21
1,156,869.10
2,527,327.30
3,502,413.70

14,778,750
8,779,900
6,865,100
4,886,750
11,085,750
5,737,490
8,397,250
3,039,000
2,571,250
22,124,280
2,949,010
11,279,850
10,594,760

6,061,881 3,109,224.84

34,958,695.37

113,089,140

627,857.06
399,204.10
699,149.56
286,585.03
233,886.50
300,320.62
328,265.43
137,956.79

11,456,881.86
7,717,023.10
12,270,562.04
5,023,775.57
4,958,275.21
5,760,252.62
6,162,989.90
1,713,661.09

29,566,430
19,430,620
26,755,420
8,609,750
8,895,970
8,969,760
15,201,420
5,803,810

3,038,951

6,745, 724 3,013,225.09

55,063,421.39

123,233,180

126,753
118,877
196,792
307,367
91,865
47,858
166,659
45,276
338,143

234,297
180,121
258,384
428,416
144,586
77,857
213,542
110,826
703,776

161,293.00
117,343.37
179,461.38
234,234.76
150,517.50
50,634.56
133.807.50
55;780.60
326,611.03

1,846,832.80
1,937,010.47
3,262,139.18
3,910,452.31
2,993,213.85
1,067,295.56
2,666,996.45
1,042,947.60
3,278,314.13

3,897,030
3,223,300
8,558,560
8,889,740
3,206,450
1,497,550
4,994,760
1,645,250
7,885,420

46,475.00
19,100.00
67,990.00
69,192.50
122,562.50
25,805.00
48,202.50
1,500.00
66,232.50

3,850,555.00
3,204,200.00
8,490,570.00
8,820,547.50
3,083,887.50
1,471,745.00
4,946,557.50
1,643,750.00
7,819,187.50

1,439,590

2,090,805

1,409,683.70

22,005,202.35

43,798,060

467,060.00

43,331,000.00

114,591
114,385
393,101
74,505
33,121
19,315
66,951
1,808

43,898
40,591
194,187
63,364
11,554
9,507
39,104
6,000

183,630.25
162,198.07
630,587.12
104,622.35
31,346.60
26,267.30
49,429.08
11,444.00

2,330,255.25
2,745,443.07
10,011,520.62
1,683,517.35
614,871.60
499,984.30
794,382.98
339,250.03

2,572,360
3,243,260
16,547,550
2,600,250
923,250
1,579,000
841,510
62,500

71,205.00
126,817.50
260,040.00
46,030.00
330.00
36,460.00
11,652.50
1,100.00

2,501,155.00
3,116,442.50
16,287,510.00
2,554,220.00
922,920. 00
1,542,540.00
829,857.50
61,400. 00

817,777

408,205

1,199,524.77

19,019,225.20

28,369,680

553,635.00 27,816,045.00

38,929

238

29,871.25

671,950.25

306,250

9,706,983

31,740,650 13,367,908.67

203,294,370.07

481,578,220

13,955,348

131,692,580 21,310,443.33

749,731,848.13

730,305,350 12,837,688.50 717,467,661.50

$288,194
114,539
723,531
17,468
30,187
380
1,171,299
214,907
119,658
156, 382
94,996
275, 406
190,387
258,781
82,291
121,532
889,962
136,759
142,911
272,165
2,956,137
602,830
455, 605
621,691
217,445
227,908
335,320
407,160
170,992

787,015
568,562
351,340
158,514
601,019
351,525
470,273
88,577
184,634
1,252,855
223,879
320,686
703,002

1,462,116
1,195,811
1,661,199
517,083
506,543
568,866
627,747
206,359

13420°—CUR 1912




55
5?
5c
6C
61
6S

2,215,406.00 116,398,304.00
245,180.00
111,795.00
49,305.00
32>,002.50
56,142.50
64,800.00
146,367.50
32,662.50
27,090.00
180,580.00
20,560.00
100,822.50
71,787.50

14,533,570.00
8,668,105.00
6,815,795.00
4,854,747.50
11,029,607.50
5,672,690.00
8,250,882.50
3,006,337.50
2,544,160.00
21,943,700.00
2,928,450.00
11,179,027.50
10,522,972.50

62
64
61
6f
67
65
Of
7(
71
73
74
75

1,139,095.00 111, 950,045.00
381,580.00
197,200.00
346,932.50
152,207.50
132,405.00
119,417.50
142,580.00
52,662.50

29,184,850.00
19,233,420.00
26,408,487.50
8,457,542.50
8,763,565.00
8,850,342.50
15,058,840.00
5,751,147.50

n
77
7^
7S
8C
81
82
83

1,524,985.00 121,708,195.00

7,602.50

298,647.50

7,229,786.00 474,348,434.00

84
85
86
87
8?
8£
9C
91
92

93
94
95
9C
97
98
9S
IOC

101

258

REPORT OF X H E COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
TABLE N O . 54.—Specie and circulation of national banks at date
APRIL 4, 1913.
Specie.

City, State, and Territory.

Number of
banks.

Gold coin.

Gold
ClearingTreasury
house
Gold
Treasury certificates certificates
to order
certificates (act of Mar. (sec. 5192,
R. S.).
14,1900).

CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES.

$4,345,531.50 $106,022,680 $22,050,000 $54,970,000
4,308,257.50 17,513,340
2,115,000 11,510,000
2,144,307.50 12,036,860
450,000

New York City.
Chicago
St. Louis
Total, central reserve cities

53

10,798,096.50 135,572.880 24,615,000

66,480,000

OTHER RESERVE CITIES.

703,375.00
559,625.00
201,598.00
1,355,027.50
3,618,195.00
304,951.00
44,632.40
8,582.50
32,645.00
231,135.00
566,662.50
73, 732.50
337,725.00
290,010.00
150,527.50
522,830.00
340,420.00
1,685,927.50
1.023,699.50
951,195.00
1,073,214.50
1,024,120.00
3,149, 762.50
1,093,045.00
79,412.50
484,562.40
150,682.50
186,660.00
1,060,275.00
361, 705.00
248,448.00
1,043,652.50
268,540.00
134,687.50
134,960.00
121,985.00
3,142,297.50
456,780.00
111, 197.50
194,885.00
3,432,215. QP
764,232.50
721,002.50
4,183,932.50
6,661,840.00
11,501,317.50
1,110,478.15

Boston
Albany
Brooklyn
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Baltimore
Washington
Savannah
New Orleans
Dallas
Fort Worth
Galveston
Houston
San Antonio
Waco
Louisville
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Indianapolis
Detroit
Milwaukee
Minneapolis
St. Paul
Cedar Rapids
Des Moines
Dubuque
Sioux City
Kansas City, Mo
St. Joseph
Lincoln
Omaha
South Omaha
Kansas City, Kans
Topeka
Wichita
Denver
Pueblo
Muskogee
Oklahoma City
Seattle.
Spokane
Tacoma
Portland
Los Angeles
San Francisco
Salt Lake City
Total, other reserve cities
Total, all reserve cities

315
~368~

55,898,386.45

9,006,040
2,245,320
1,295,440
9,318,190
8,485,840
1,328,050
1,954,900
28,500
1,057,890
1,414,500
241,010
613,460
2,203,250
725,250
302,000
1.045,970
4,608,360
4,495,520
782, 450
1,357, 000
767, 990
2,051,920
1,189,040
413,850
825,000
695,590
98,300
341,440
3,166, 700
659,500
111,240
1,774,250
38,600
176,100
135,730
184,000
2,780,040
461, 790
282,270
348,900
625, 750
188,850
38,850
103,150
343,300
609,940
712,470
71,633,560

66,696,482.95 207,206,440

6,030,000
60,000
4,050,000
120,000
380,000
55,000

290,000
7,610,000
1,735,000
60,000
1,000,000

780,000
1,150,000
740,000
770,000
1,160,000
300,000
130,000
110,000

1,090,000

500,000
1,360,000
10,000
100,000
200,000
120,000
180,000

1,300,000

734,000
1,138,000
316,000
734,000
1,000,000
1,092,000

10, 705,000 25,699,000
35,320,000

92,179,000

STATES, ETC.

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




56
50
163
21

$1,119,335.05
498,954.12
404,451.37
2,227,048.47
432,252.74
1,684,182.00

$899,570
238,080
267,660
1,653,560
638,080
888,970

20,000

439

6,366,223.75

4,585,920

25,000

$5,000
$3,000

3,000

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY,

259

of each report during year ended August 9, 19 IS—Continued.
A P R I L 4, 1913.

Circulating notes.

Specie.

Silver
dollars.

$46,440
192,587
99,065

SUver
Treasury
certificates.

Fractional
silver coin.

Total.

$42,739,301 $1,287,620.68 $231,461,573.18
16,406,981
52,566,667.80
520,502.30
4,496,433
108,856.96
19,335,522.46

Received
from
Comptroller.

$48,467,100
14,764,000
16,674,790

On h a n d .

Outstanding.

$858,320.00 $47,608,780.00
205,802.50 14,558,197.50
250,160. 00 16,424,630.00

338,092

63,642,715

1,916,979.94

303,363,763.44

79,905,890

1,314,282.50

78,591,607.50

10,393
8,712
6,525
139,936
252,437
26,133
6,990
17,620
25,688
103,746
114,486
22,107
222, 625
167, 657
101, 746
49,202
46,899
83,229
105,990
110,686
64, 460
68,637
227,052
109,398
27,028
65,624
8,043
33,599
196,375
72,357
49,010
123,500
122,137
26,882
15,691
23,180
157,647
16,413
39,792
110,442
83,970
87,078
20,911
71,625
98,960
167,690
59,603

6,839,859
130,185
1,313,828
5,410,778
3,656,955
2,475,011
694,585
37,230
312, 743
308,820
100,345
107,190
344,325
170, 401
99, 754
392,909
1,008,235
743, 484
346,463
225, 889
175,196
1,670, 796
100, 744
763, 724
28,870
94,205
56,488
29,875
1,453,947
258,280
30,806
1,412,827
38,704
25,319
35,578
76,889
68,518
31,637
137,150
147,589
75,594
75,728
32,259
18,110
71,171
47,462
12,365

366,022.17
57,833.10
115,143.50
658,835.11
540,824. 45
130,JS53. 90
60,799. 58
25,523.00
112,478.55
96,537.55
111,301.70
73,226.65
183,047.20
109,643.95
118,313.60
50,634. 25
58,712.50
126,710.25
71,832.75
65,598.65
101,253.00
60,641.25
166,477.95
96,744.35
24,461. 00
51,212. 00
10, 735. 70
36,065.00
240,731.95
28,826.75
49,056. 05
128,029.40
18,546. 70
10,571.15
23,413. 65
14,095. 25
70,409. 50
25,723.05
36,315.10
54,600.00
191,407. 85
152,198. 40
40,056.35
129,362.75
265,027.60
428,516.03
58,749.05

22,955,689.17
3,061,675.10
3,222,534.50
28,542,766.61
18,409,251. 45
4,704,998. 90
2,816,906.98
117,455.50
2,541,444.55
2,154,798.55
1,133,805.20
889,716.15
3,290,972.20
1,462,961.95
772,341.10
2,841,545.25
7,212,626.50
7,874,870.75
2,330,435.25
2,710,368.65
2,952,113.50
4,876,114.25
5,993,076.45
3,866,761.35
1,114, 771.50
1,501,193.40
324, 249. 20
1,127,639.00
7,478,028.95
1,380,668.75
488,560. 05
4,492,258.90
586,527. 70
573,559. 65
465,372.65
600,149. 25
6,218,912.00
992,343.05
606,724. 60
856,416.00
5,142,936.85
2,406,086.90
1,169,078. 85
5,240,180.25
8,440,298. 60
15,146,925.53
1,953,665.20

8,607,000
2,100,000
1,037,000
12,687,000
17,074,000
8,249,000
5,690,000
800,000
3,320,000
2,584,000
2,082,000
405,000
4,500,000
2,115,000
1,500,000
4,955,000
7,523,600
5,902,500
2,500,000
5,974,840
2,154,000
4,117,000
1,995,000
825,000
525,000
1,384,000
600,000
875,000
4,605,000
970,000
930,500
2,667,500
680,000
399,000
300,000
325,000
3,500,000
480,000
650,000
600,000
1,589,000
2,800,000
500,000
2,900,000
4,970,000
21,950,000
2,400,000

144,792.50
54,502.50

8,462,207.50
2,045,497.50
1,037,000.00
12,575,832.50
16,865,832.50
8,189,025.00
5,562,590.00
800,000.00
3,272,347.50
2,501,800.00
2,022,295.00
400,500.00
4,483,035.00
2,100,992. 50
1,497,200.00
4,944,000.00
7,488,895.00
5,799,250.00
2,485,745.00
5,974,837.50
2,124,000. 00
4,094,445. 00
1,994,995.00
807,900.00
523,150.00
1,355,647.50
600,000.00
852,997.50
4,380,695.00
938,095.00
892,100. 00
2,667,497. 50
676,100.00
399,000. 00
298,000. 00
320,197. 50
3,415,945.00
475,100.00
642,097.50
599,700.00
1,575,395.00
2,732,150. 00
489,200. 00
2,479,992.50
4,556,397.50
21,559,542.50
2,310,492.50

1
2
3

111, 167. 50
208,167.50
59,975.00
127,410.00
47,652.50
82,200.00
59,705.00
4,500.00
16,965.00
14,007. 50
2,800.00
11,000.00
34,705. 00
103,250.00
14,255.00
2.50
30,000.00
22,555. 00
5.00
17,100.00
L85P.00
28,352.50
22,002.50
224,305.,00
31,905. 00
38,400. 00
2.50
3,900.00
2,000. 00
4,802. 50
84,055. 00
4,900.00
7,902.50
300. 00
13,605.00
67,850. 00
10,800. 00
420,007.50
413,602. 50
390,457.50
89,507.50

3,769,911

31,688,820

5,647,099. 24

205,041,776.69

165,296,940

95,331,535

7,564,079.18

508,405,540.13

245,202,830

$371,686
287,300
143,116
1,797,056
408, 969
1,129, 494

$121,740.73
105,865.09
97,085.46
521,918.47
93,228.86
285,465.77

$2,536,397.78
1,157,351.21
947,392.83
6,300,498.94
1,576,101.60
4,058,744.77

$5,995,750
5,031,500
4,537,500
19,959,000
4,901,250
13,726,850

$112,847.50
90,417.50
68,182. 50
331,130.00
95,067.50
308, 607.50

$5,882,902.50
4,941,082.50
4,469,317.50
19,627, 870.00
4,806,182.50
13,418,242.50

233,418

4,137,621

1,225,304.38

16,576,487.13

54,151,850

1,006,252.50

53,145,597.50

8
9
10

H

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
50

4,341,507.50 240,861,322.50

$24,066
22,152
35,080
97,916
3,571
50, 633

7

3,027,225.00 162,269,715. 00

4,108,003

4
5
6




51
52
53
54
55
56

260

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
TABLE NO. 54.—Specie and circulation of national banks at date
A P R I L 4, 1913—Continued.
Specie.

City, State, and Territory.

Number of
banks.

Gold coin.

Gold
ClearingTreasury
Gold
house
certificates certificates
Treasury
certificates. to order (sec. 5192,
(act of Mar. R. S.).
14, 1900).

STATES, ETC.—continued.

New York
New Jersey . . .
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia

428
199
780
26
90
1

$5,354,463.78 $6,010,510
1,889,741.05
3,456,590
9,700,826.67
8,733,540
99,148. 00
103,620
485,910.79
755,860
8,307.50
41,300

$935,000
60' 000
280,000

15,000

30,000

1,524

17,538,397.79

19,101; 420

134
113

136
106

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

$670,000

1,454,043.65
1,323 881.69
414,205.35
210,980.50
464,952.43
591 631.47
695,075.86
145,198. 88
234,326.50
2,433 532.83
318,434.50
748,173.85
1,005,864.50

1,590,520
984,160
461,620
202,830
623, 820
684, 620
1,209,510
379,300
443,560
3,253,000
365,100
843,670
1,394,690

20 000
450,000
40,000

73

48
116
49
86

31
26
481
49

1,305,000

685,000
3,000

30,500
90,000
50,000

1,448

10,040,302.01

12,436,400

650,000

33,500

. . .

356
249
445
96
124
259
322

3,807,170
2,594,320
4,022,960
1,531,150
1260J60
1,258,970
1 913,200
406,610

615,000
80 000
805,000
50,000
770 000
330,000
530 000
45,000

212,500

110

4,186,284. 95
3,062,753.50
4,657,278.00
2,298, 488. 69
1,942,158.93
2,951,640.99
2,581,650.02
794,139.80

Total, Middle States

1,961

22,474,394.88

16,794,540

3,225,000

212,500

145
103
227
204
57
30
117
40
303

626,454. 70
796 078 60
1,487,079.00
1,679,711.25
1,596,489.00
529,846.45
1,354,112.55
419,949.50
873,224.00

712,500
755 290
901,'270
1,225,130
1,146,750
370,870
919,200
480,530
1,314,050

1,226

9,362,945.05

7,825,590

66
78
229
54
17
13
2

1,651,350.75
2,292 158.50
7,764,746.34
966,356.00
468 185.00
407,907.50
421,235.00
241,706.01

280,320
195,530
799,120
294,700
31 590
127,320
205,680
54, 480

Total, Pacific States

470

14,213,645.10

1,988,740

Island possessions, Hawaii

4

620,282.00

160

80,616,190.58

62,732, 770

5,720,000

1,084,000

147,312,673.53 269,939,210

41,040,000

93,263,000 ;

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

. .

North D a k o t a . . . .
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming . .
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma

. .

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

11

Total, States, etc

7,072

Total, United States

7,440




40 000
255'000
60 000

20,000

1

375,000

\
\

140,000

140,000

150,000 i

150,000 j

EEPOET OF THE COMPTKOLLER OF THE CUKRENCY.
of each report during year ended August 97

261

1913—Continued.

APRIL 4, 1913-Continued.

Circulating notes.

Specie.
1

Total.

Received
from
Comptroller.

$4,441,128 $1,001,736.96
2,956,863
564,705.44
4,347,039 1,301,463.12
47,068.15
170,806
111, 102. 65
417,425
2,015.00
16,362

$18,713,338.74
9,059,806.49
25,126, 770. 79
437,190.15
1,824,026.44
68,214.50

$37,846,460
17,916, 690
57,245,490
1,352,750
4,549,740
250,000

$516,135.00 $37,330,325.00
309,550.00 17,607,140.00
633,453.50 56,612,036.50
1,329,975.00
22,775.00
4,487,162.50
62,577.50
245,700.00
4,300.00
1,548,791.00 117,612,339.00

^- iilik.
$300,500
131,907
748,902
16, 548
23,728
230

Fractional
silver coin.

On h a n d .

Outstanding.

1,221,815

!

1
1

3,028,091.32

55,229,347.11

119,161,130

813,516
554,312
349,364
178, 965
655, 909
409, 887
473, 783
95, 329
152,377
1,142, 668
226, 870
330,830
659, 690

303,517.74
159, 740.35
122, 660.88
207,811.10
351,461.28
166,000.82
240,274.92
77,551.59
120,890.50
857, 739.37
125,216.15
132, 695. 70
202,158.95

4,343, 710.39
3,126,141.04
1,469, 717.23
872,357. 60
2,415,061.71
2,072,938.29
2,919,111.78
863,037.47
1, 111, 859.00
8,593,917.20
1,186, 317. 65
2,639,234.55
3,584,871.45

14,608,250
8,997,400
6,894,500
4,969,250
11,189,250
5,984,900
8,364,750
3,026,500
2,571,250
22,606,350
2,971,460
11,442,850
10, 746, 750

2,926, 854
!

12,349, 623

179,113
104,047
121,867
71, 771
288, 419
220, 799
300, 468
75, 658
1105 705
906,977
130,697
133,865
282,468

6,043,500

3,067,719.35

35,198,275.36

114,373,460

530,863
393,040
604,744
195,652
209, 774
316,888
428,100
163,263

1,607,812
1,299,548
1,693,261
530,834
539,550
553,440
652, 798
222,915

568,166.48
352,494.35
681,843.68
246,567.56
224, 766.45
310,035. 82
329, 747. 95
122,891.69

11,527,796.43
7, 782,155.85
12,465, 086. 68
4,852,692.25
4,946, 409.38
5, 720, 974.81
6,435, 495.97
1, 754,819.49

29, 698,180
19,513, 720
26,938,540
8,609, 750
9,109, 970
8,944, 760
15,247,150
5,831,310

2,842,324

7,100,158

2,836,513.98

55,485, 430.86

123,893,380

129,791
111,586
192,187
291, 425
96,411
44,595
159,294
55, 659
• 334,562

206,022
192, 687
255,621
431, 797
132,313
59,475
225,679
77,548
422,651

157,914. 44
119,560. 65
173, 533. 88
226, 697. 56
153,875.18
52, 909.86
126,825. 62
48,435.35
318, 676.10

1,832, 682.14
2,015, 202.25
3,264,690.88
3,914, 760.81
3,125, 838.18
1,057, 696.31
2, 785, 111.17
1,082,121.85
3,283,163.10

3,971,770
3,235,800
8,517,660
8,889, 740
3,306,450
1,535,550
5,001,010
1,660,250
8,087,270

39,347.50
19,420.00
65,142. 50
78, 692. 50
112,460.00
21,105.00
53,437. 50
8,100.00
129,822.50

3, 932, 422.50
3,216, 380.00
8,452,517.50
8,811, 047. 50
3,193, 990. 00
1,514, 445.00
4,947, 572. 50
1,652,150.00
7,957, 447.50

1,415,510

2,003,793

1,378,428.64

22,361,266.69

44,205,500

527,-527.50

43,677,972.50

120, 366
112,158
408,836
75, 656
27, 456
15,528
68,283
3,079

42,854
34,440
167, 444
62, 643
9,504
9,986
53,545
6,133

178,248.15
162, 044.51
623, 900. 44
105, 927. 55
35,306. 65
24, 268. 34
108,244.98
12,864.60

2,273,138.90
2,796,331.01
9, 904. 046. 78
1,655,282.55
572,041.65
585,009. 84
856, 987. 98
318,262.61

2,597,360
3,400, 060
16, 684, 300
2, 650. 250
923. 250
1,579,000
941,510
62, 500

113,735.00 "274837625.00
176, 442. 50
3,223, 617.50
529,520. 00 16,154, 780. 00
63,540.00
2,586, 710.00
4, 710.00
918, 540.00
41,435.00
1,537, 565.00
114,102.50
827, 407.50
500.00
.62,000.00

831,362

386,549

1,250,805.22

18.961,101.32

28,838 230

1,043,985.00

29

22, 455.35

688,951.35

306,250

2.50

9,517,308 ! 32,021,273 12,809,318.24

204,500,859.82

484,929, 800

127,352,808 20,373,397.42

712,906,399.95

730,132,630 11,155,946.00 718,976,684.00

46,025 ;

13,625,311




78,770.00
94,690.00
42,105.00
33,342.50
124,027.50
128,145.00
138,712.50
23,642.50
19,860.00
271,465.00
39,900.00
152,277.50
123,607.50

14,529,4§0.00
8,902,710.00
6,852,395.00
4,935,907.50
11,065,222.50
5,856,755.00
8,226,037.50
3,002,857.50
2,551,390.00
22,334,885.00
2,931,560.00
11,290,572.50
10,623,142.50

1,270,545.00 113,102,915.00
374,717.50
187,342.50
382,272.50
87,287. 50
140,677. 50
63,277. 50
132,897.50
48,862.50

29,323,462.50
19,326,377.50
26,556,267.50
8,522,462.50
8,969,292.50
8,881,482.50
15,114,252.50
5,782,447.50

1,417,335.00 122,476,045.00

27,794,245.00
306,247.50 •

6, 814,438.50 478,115,361.50

262

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
TABLE NO. 54.—Specie and circulation of national banks at date
JUNE 4, 1913.
Specie.
Number of
banks.

City, State, and Territory.

Gold coin.

Gold
Treasury
ClearingGold
certificates
house
Treasury
to order certificates
certificates. (act of Mar. (sec. 5192,
14, 1900).
R. S.).

CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES.

New York City
Chicago
St. Louis

$4,332,011.24 $114,855,720 $22,050,000 $55,450,000
4,023,595. 00 20, 731,880 1,715,000 9,445,000
1,611,515.00 10,587,580
450,000

Total, central reserve cities

52

9,967,121.24 146,175,180 24,215,000

64,895,000

OTHER RESERVE CITIES.

800,941.00 12,145,510
571,845.00 1,810,830
171, 680. 00 1,217,320
1,758,310. 00 8,935, 450
2,769, 713. 00 8,098,720
339,341.50 1,546,160
47,817. 50 1,631, 550
4,960.00
39,500
39, 477. 50 1,123,750
243,082. 50 1,119,550
591,412. 50
296,130
141,105. 00
573,850
258, 557. 50 1,545,170
286,502. 50
782.220
152,162. 50
268,000
602, 445. 00
877, 000
543, 490. 00 3,028,240
1,940,037. 50 3,957,350
699,240
1,045,274.50
1,045, 785. 00 1,704,660
836,990
1,196, 485. 00
940,532. 50 1,476,220
1,218, 780
3,056,942.50
339,380
1,608, 752. 50
342,550
95,080. 00
661,010
530,264.90
85,000
141,170.00
201, 635. 00 • 323,600
1,122, 369.00 3,319,500
447,400. 00
589,500
* 278,236. 00
162,800
1,011,435.00
1,657,360
332, 650. 00
46,400
141,282.50
161,600
94,570
125,865.00
131,500.00
192, 670
3,265, 055.00 2,219,460
452, 460.00
470,210
106,585.00
274,040
199, 597. 50
388,320
2,915', 110. 00
470, 850
879,137. 50
205, 700
757, 867. 50
46,010
3, 728, 040. 00
107,230
174, 780
4,733,365.00
672.190
9, 677, 542. 50
413,100
1,164,499.75

45,000
60,000

5, 415,000

7,170, 000

320,000
6,865,000
2,920,000

460,000
100,000

1!

Boston
Albany
Brooklyn
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Baltimore
Washington
Savannah
New Orleans
Dallas
Fort Worth
Galveston
Houston
San Antonio
Waco
Louisville
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Indianapolis
Detroit
Milwaukee
Minneapolis
St. P a u l . . . .
Cedar Rapids
Des Moines
Dubuque
Sioux City
Kansas City, Mo
St. Joseph
Lincoln
Omaha
South Omaha
Kansas City, Kans.
Topeka
Wichita
Denver
Pueblo
Muskogee
Oklahoma City
Seattle
Spokane
Tacoma.
Portland
Los Angeles
San Francisco
Salt Lake City

560,000
1,050, 000
740,000
60,000
745,000
1,160,000
300,000
120,000
110, 000

1,090,000

500,000
1,130,000
10,000
100,000
200,000
120,000
180,000

802,000
1,011,000

2,260,000

324 000
717. C O
O
1,000 000
838,000

15,576,000

23,406,000

62,562,225.89 214,525,200 39,791,000

88,301,000

Total, other reserve cities .

315 | 52,595,104.65

Total, all reserve cities

367

68,350,020

STATES. ETC.
Maine , _ „ .
New Ilamsphire
Vermont
Massachusetts
R h o d e Island.
Connecticut
Total, New England States




!
I

69
56
49
163
20
79

1,128,882.59
503,921. 32
388,572. 94
2,263, 958.55
428,053. 40
1,690,910. 30

971,660
255, 700
298,790
1,718,890
605,660
880,220

20,000

j

436

6,404,299.10

4,730,920

20,000

!
!
|

!

•

3,000

3,000

KEPOKT OF THE COMPTBOLLER OF THE CUKKEXCY.
of each report during year ended August 9,

263

1913—Continued.

J U N E 4, 1913.
Circulating notes.

Specie.

Silver
dollars

$48,577
220,599
109,877

Silver
I

Fractional
silver coin.

Treasu

^
certificates.

$44,016,186 $1,303,541.78 $242,056,036.02
55,424,322.60
18,716,187 572,061.60
4,475,944
107,255.90 17,342,171.90

379,053

67,208,317

6,991
4,296
3,651
162,860
260,369
38,354
9,063
24,350
28,685
109,944
136,340
40,570
212,887
194,801
100,726
71,331
74,024
65,375
115,586
120,298
70,840
52,207
226,803
103,175
25,558
61,240
7,452
28.521
118,358
46,647
29,154
121, 477
79, 296
20,958
19,112
21,319
161,381
15.405
41', 038
119,960
81,650
89,063
•16,627
67,132
82.562
150,960

7,865,985
65,385
1,065,036
5,908,339
4,035,554
2,282,460
618,636
56,100
678,248
318,820
109,863
65.056
308,024
229,243
100,208
360,833
1,270,307
736,844
331,563
509,989
169,211
1,959,562
37,995
473,407
24,410
76,551
62,116
31,069
1,366,205
201,961
42,714
1,065,587
46,528
30,265
19,571
98,308
53,084
29,972
93,501
120,817
17,892
63,377
21,248
9,770

68,5|6
3,706,942
4,085,995"

Total.

26,634, 789.70
2,555, 290.16
2,914, 784. 75
31,496, 161.60
18,553, 115.55
4,798, 924.65
2,467, 826.22
164, 097.00
2,404, 338. 65
1,892, 234.00
1,286, 698.25
904, 168. 55
2,493, 811.25
1,627, 292.95
752, 606.88
2,520, 543.00
6,045, 256.80
7,533, 008.95
2,315, 052.05
3,450, 033.05
3,104, 755.00
4,480, 274.40
5,862, 567.95
3,995, 373.10
629, 888.30
1,491, 798.40
304, 046. 05
1,112, 821. 90
7,233. 941.95
1,313, 012.90
555, 300.80
3,972, 877. 60
624, 156.10
563, 533.35
407, 627. 85
645, 30.85
5,746, 566.05
985, 487. 40
551, 343.55
882, 587.00
4,463, 463.35
2,405', 014.25
1,195, 806. 75
4,751, 021.05
6,253, 137.15
14.009, 510. 62
1,721, 015.30

8,551,800
2,100,000
1,037,000
11,947,000
17,374,000
8,249,000
5,690,000
800,000
3,270,000
2,584,000
2,282,000
405,000
4,500.000
2,115.000
1,500,000
4,955,000
7,526,600
5,702,500
2,500,000
5,823.140
2,154,000
4,117,000
1,995,000
825,000
525,000
1,384,000
596,700
875,000
4,605.000
970,000
930,500
2,517,500
680,000
399,000
300.000
325.000
3,500,000
480,000
675.000
625,000
l,58§',000
2,800,000
500,000
2,900,000
5,070,000
21,950,000
2,400,000

141,097.50
29,502,50
13,950.00
123,317.50
271,912.50
99,915.00
122,960.00

8,410, 702.50
2,070, 497.50
1,023, 050. 00
11,823, 682.50
17,102, 087.50
8,149, 085.00
5,567, 040. 00
800, 000.00
22,405.00 3,24 595.00
2,563, 200.00
20,800.00
13,855.00 2,268, 145.00
405, 000.00
17,000.00 4,483, 000.00
60,107.50 2,046, 892.50
1,500, 000.00
2,500.00 4,952, 500.00
63,505.00
7,463. 095.00
83,500.00 5,619, 000.00
12,800. 00 2,487, 200.00
21,902.50 5,801, 237. 50
51,600.00 2,102, 400.00
35,405.00 4,081, 595. 00
7,305.00
1,987, 695.00
24,500.00
800, 000.00
9,550.00
515, 450.00
58,302.50
1,325, 697.50
596, 700.00
10,502.50
864, 497. 50
207,405.00 4,39' 595.00
12,905.00
957, 095. 00
19,850.00
910, 650. 00
2.50 2,517, 497. 50
16,250.00
663, '50. 00
399, 000.00
300, 000. 00
4,802.50
320, 197. 50
19,605.00 3,480 395.00
3,500.00
476', 500. 00
2.50
674 997. 50
10,750.00
614, 250.00
11,405.00
1,577, 595. 00
84,600.00 2,715, 400,00
19,350. 00
480, 650. 00
578,607.50 2,321, 392. 50
99,602.50 4.970. 397.50
465. 00
207,535.00 21, 742 595.00
75,405.00 2,324

202,072,701.98

164.5C9.740

2,697, 772. 50 161,901,967.50

7,285,096.61 516,895,232.50

245,954,830

4,920,037.50 241,034,792.50

$2,707,203.14
1,203,184.82
936,698.29
6,889,509.86
1,498,255.47
4,081,227.41

$6,016,650
5,056,500
4,512,500
20,009,000
4,717,000
13,533,350

$115,892.50 $5,900,757.50
89,572.50 4,966,927.50
62,562.50 4,449,937. 50
365,967.50 19,643,032,50
91,797.50 4,625,202.50
364,215.00 13,169,135. G
O

17,316,078.99

53,845,000

355,362. 70
42,934.16
137,097,75
696,197. 60
468,759. 55
132,609.15
60,759. 72
39,187. 00
34.178.15
100,837.50
152,952.75
83,587.55
169,172.75
134,526.45
131,510.38
48,934.00
79,195. 80
93,402.45
63,388.55
69,301.05
86,229.00
51,752.90
162,047. 45
80,658. 60
22.290.30
52,732.50
8,308. 05
27,996. 90
177,509.95
27,504.90
42,405.80
107,018.60
19,282.10
9,427.85
28,509.85
21,933. 85
47,586.05
17,440.40
36,179.55
53,892.50
175,661.35
156,736. 75
30,054.25
121,849.05
228,733.15
352,532.12
62,068. 55

$449,074
302,675
130,825
2,145, 767
373,843
1,094,577
4,496,761

$49,756,300 $1,742,987. 50 I-$48,013,312.50
n'7 nco en
-i A AC\
f\Ai
en
14,549,000
97,952.50 14,451,047.50
17.049,790
381,325.00 16,668,465.00
2,222,265.00

33,136,398 5,302,237.33

266,674

Outstanding.

81,355,090

58,286
12,801

$26,813
24,019
31,774
114,624
3,599
65,845

On hand.

1,982,859.28 314,822,530.52

33,697

100,344,715

Received
from
Comptroller.

$130,773.55
•116,869.50
86,736.35
643,270.31
87,100.07
329,675.11
1,394,424.8




1,090,007.50

79,132,825.00

52,754,992.50

264

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
TABLE NO. 54.—Specie and circulation of national banks at date
JUNE 4, 1913-Continued.
Specie.

City, State, and Territory.

Number of
banks.

Gold coin.

Gold
ClearingTreasury
Gold
house
certificates certificates
Treasury
to order
certificates. (act of Mar. (sec. 5192,
R. S.).
14, 1900).

STATES, ETC.—continued.

New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia
Total, Eastern States
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73

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

North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas
88 Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Total, Western States...
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100

Washington
Oregon
California
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
Arizona
Alaska

429
200
781
26
89
1
1,526

$5,449,538.58 $6,271,030
1,770,269. 43 3,733,570
8,677,550
9,807,566.82
106, 570
105,663. 00
746,970
486,426.94
55,550
8,960.00

$925,000
60,000
360,000

19,591,240

1,375,000

17,628,424.77

$695,000
15,000

30,000
710,000

1,400,936.95
3,343,031.39
439, 730.35
220,952.50
517,790. 93
597,453.33
685,841.21
155,587.35
237,613.15
2,397,048.23
409,387.00
799,721.85
1,067,004.50

1,626,600
1,020,030
409,080
157,020
634,350
617,290
1,096,730
376,840
347,620
3,040, 440
337,420
818, 650
1,432,190

20,000
450,000
40,000

1,457

10,272,098.74

11,914,260

650,000

54,000

357
249
448
96
124
261
325
111

" 4,469,350.27
8,194,143.50
4,592,180.36
2,393,066.34
1,980,427.25
3,035,899.80
2,597,026.07
783,279.30

3,786,100
2,708,510
4,179,520
1,715,800
1,289,620
1,274,280
1,948,000
364,260

635,000
80,000
885, 000
50,000
770,000
340,000
525,000
60,000

206,000

1,971

23,045,372.89

17,266,090

3,345,000

206,000

144
103
228
205
57
30
117
40
314

628, 059. 70
785, 264.10
1,486,472.80
'1,715, 635.75
1,603,351.40
473, 793. 80
1,435,879.75
427,062.50
893, 659.11

682,550
742,850
939,230
1,219,310
1,197,500
343,010
922,990
400,860
1,325,100

1,238

9,449,178.91

7,773,400

133
116
73
48
116
52
87
33
26
481
49
136
107

235
54
17
11
13
2

1,567, 403.00
2,258,351.66
7,645,433.50
919,717. 50
425,652.50
456,227.50
415,232.00
228,469.54

285,610
216,500
870,890
271,560
20, 770
111,550
181,160
53,900

Total, Pacific States

474

13,916,397.20

2,011,940

101 Island possessions, Hawaii

4

484,661.00

14,000

40,000
90,000
50,000

40,000
275,000
60,000

80,000
455,000

260

170,000

20,000
149,500

170,000

169,500

Total, States, etc

7,106

81,200,432761 63,288,110

6,015,000

1,142,500

Total, United States

7,473

143,762,658.50 277,813,310

45,806,000

89,443,500 \




REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

285

of each report during year ended August 9, 1913—Continued.
JUNE 4, 1913—Continued.
Circulating notes.

Specie.

] Fractional
- IceSatesJ silver coin. I!

Silver

!

dollars

Total.

Received \
from
j On hand.
Comptroller, j

Outstanding.

$342,384
116,560
754,497
21,549
24,794
490

$4,678,535
3,332,025
4,564,442
216,299
412,180
8,360

$995,107.38 $19,356,594.96
9,606,742.35
594,317.92
1,314,352.37
25,493,408.19
45,993.75
496,074.75
122,600.14
1,822,971.08
• 1,350.00
74,710.00

$37,971,060
18,043,070
57,618,040
1,415,250
4,399,740
250,000

$086,630.00 $37,384,430.00
401,872.50 17,641,197.50
1,018,453.50 56,599,586.50
18,595.00
1,396,655.00
73,302.50
4,326,437.50
6,350.00
243,650.00

1,260,274

13,211,841

3,073,721.56

56,850,501.33

119,697,160

2,105,203.50 117,591,956.50

193,915
119,912
130,131

771,309
601,619
329,766
160,726
630,101
369,093
516,008
93,089
156,964
993,495
138,320
326,952
781,846

4,336,892.86
3,254,723.37
1,444,257.36
818,543.95
2,433,230.70
2,008,966.84
2,840,797.90
851,332.90
1,038,305.50
8,167,572.69
1,138,083.40
2,664,819.55
3,881,762.25

14,838,250
9,013,400
6,904,100
4,969,250
11,153,000
6,035,000
8,480,050
3,085,300
2,571,250
23,046,410
2,984,510
11,699,350
10,783,000

79,370
233,523
220,106
305,145
70,933
116,640
890,347
112,561
139,265
330,301

330,131.91
170,130.89
135,550.01
200,475.45
377,465. 77
205,024.51
237,073.69
64,883.55
129,468.35
846,242.46
120,395.40
130,230.70
230,420.75

176,425.00
101,715.00
13,755.00
40,962.50
77,277.50
24,925.00
282,852.50
18,912.50
21,610.00
190,812.50
14,530.00
86,077.50
90,552.50

14,661,825.00
8,911,685.00
6,890,345.00
4,928,287.50
11,075,722.50
6,010,075.00
8,197,197.50
3,066,387.50
2,549,640.00
22,855,597.50
2,969,980.00
11,613,272.50
10,692,447.50

2,942,149

0,288

3,177,493.53

34,879,289.27

115,562,870

645,326
446,036
562,191
201,887
210,835
287,359
391,484
150,026

1,565,631
1,235^694
1,805,090
625,459
495,961
593,709
609.966
195;512

547,974.43
350,656.57
675,454.40
218,237.51
226,129.60
300,635.58
310,769.13
120,001.74

11,855,381.70
8,015,040.07
12,699,435.76
5,204,449.85
4,972,972.85
5,831,883.38
6,382,245.20
1,673,079.04

29,796,180
19,594,920
27,081,140
8,609,750
9,124,970
8,988,260
15,308,200
5,844,310

I 2,895,144

7,127,022

2,749,858.96

56,634,487.85

124,347,730

188,851
185,052
250,442
422,688
126,649
55,721
203,102
94,280
381,134

166,879.35
112, 751.75
169, 762.50
224, 490.95
164:
i.22
1.38
49:
120! 800.65
54; 153.15
321,453.74

1,795 198.05
1,971 587.85
3,318 115.30
3,945 511.70
3,183 374.62
966, 903.18
2,821, 813.40
1,029 974.65
3,350 215.85

3,971,770
3,283,300
8,639,760
8,899,740
3,306,450
1,537,550
5,001,010
1,679,000
8,338,030

19,055.00
17,290.00
46,547.50
61,097.50
120,830.00
22,405.00
46,107.50
21,520.00
120,842.50

3,952,715.00
3,266,010.00
8,593,212.50
8,838,642.50
3,185,620.00
1,515,145.00
4,954,902.50
1,657,480.00
8,217,187.50

128,858
105,670 I
197,208
303,387
91,205
44,790
139,041
53,619
348,869

1,140,407.50 114,422,462.50
344,060.00
188,917.50
262,017.50
108,665.00
93,720.00
74,337.50
111,017.50
60,762.50

29,452,120.00
19,406,022.50
26,819,122.50
8,501,085.00
9,031,250.00
8,913,922.50
15,197,182.50
5,783,547.50

1,243,497.50 123,104,232.50

1,907,919

1,384,549.69

22,382,694.60

44,656,610

475,695.00

44,180,915.00 I

124,964
102,694
423,346
69,647
23,297
15,983
59,242
4,520

46,320
31,882
181,917
49,725
15,655
3,654
46,991
6,031

144,313.55
149,127.12
603,834.26
100,662.10
28,849.85
26,622.90
38,398.45
11,880.75

2,168,610.55
2,758,554.78
9,915,420.76
1,560,811.60
514,134.35
614,037.40
741,023.45
304,801.29

2,584,850
3,517,460
16,941,300
2,772,500
923,250
1,579,000
941,510
62,500

78,645.00
128,670.00
313,870.00
31,590.00
8,707.50
21,460.00
9,402.50
600.00

2,506,205.00
3,388,790.00
16,627,430.00
2,740,910.00
914,542.50
1,557,540.00
932,107.50
61 900.00

823,6

382,175

1,103,688.98

1,412,647

18,577,394.18

29,322,370

592,945.00

28,729,425.00

19,627.0

538,949.05

6,250

2.50

306,247.50

9,634,878

32,995,110 12,903,364. €

207,179,395.27

487,737,990

13,720,873

133,339,825 20,188,461.27

724,074,627.77

733,692,820 11,567 796.00 722,125,024.00

34,297

104




6,647,758.50 481,090,231.50

266

EEPOBT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
TABLE NO. 54.—Specie and circulation of national banks at date
AUGUST 9, 1913.
Specie.
Number of
banks.

City, State, and Territory.

Gold coin.

Gold
ClearingTreasury
Gold
house
certificates certificates
Treasury
to order
certificates. (act of Mar. (sec. 5192,
R.S.).
14, 1900).

CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES.

$4,399,810.50 $126,656,750 $22,420,000 $50,345,000
9,263,750.00 18,125,200
1,215,000 11,410,000
1,745,530.00 9,664,540
400,000

New York City.
Chicago
St. Louis
Total, central reserve cities..

52

9,409,090.50 154,446,490

24,035,000

61,755,000

OTHER RESERVE CITIES.

Boston
Albany
Brooklyn
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Baltimore
Washington
Savannah
New Orleans
Dallas
Fort Worth
Galveston
Houston
San Antonio
Waco
Louisville
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Indianapolis
Detroit
Milwaukee
Minneapolis
St. Paul
Cedar Rapids
Des Moines
Dubuque
Sioux City
Kansas City, Mo
St. Joseph."
Lincoln
Omaha
South Omaha
Kansas City, Kans
Topeka
Wichita
Denver
Pueblo
Muskogee
Oklahoma City
Seattle
Spokane
Tacoma
Portland
Los Angeles
San Francisco
Salt Lake City

855,397.00 16,440,450
572,672.50 1,940,840
150,130.00 1,122,810
475,217.00 8,543,170
096,563.00 9,244,050
350,283.50 2,222,760
41,155.00 I, 735, 020
31,180.00
31,500
39,019.50
848,670
125,017.00
790,460
608,292.50
206,820
55,407.50
353,130
230,155.00 1,414,560
362,557.50
710,140
143,612.50
264,000
665,039.50 1,036,000
458,712.50 3,091,930
,842,932.50 3,689,210
878,347.00
638,960
043,775.00 1,602,620
,235,617.50
891, 990
715,185.00 1,769,060
,925,185.00 1,225,670
, 35-1, 947.50 807,390
82,147.50
547,900
502,882.40
698,010
122, 847.50
92, 500
203,415.00
329,100
,090,291.00 3,314,630
425,697.50
534, 960
317,218. 50
155,350
, 052, 780.00 1,842, 580
307, 545.00
77.800
144,040.00
156; 150
158, 985.00
101,120
143,662.50
186,100
,641,470.00 2,094,730
408,890.00
472,760
128,497.50
230,110
210,152.50
440,750
703,097.50
511,910
868,477.50
294,230
879,442.50
73,010
,300,957.50
203,300
,652,822.50
127,090
,483,650.00
767,300
,283,112.50
293,650

:...

,..

Total, other reserve cities

74,166,250

Total, all reserve cities

367

62,777,573.40 228,612,740

4,270,000
60,000

920,666

240, 000
7,070,300
2,665, 000
30,000

50,000

795,000

!, 710,000

420,000
1,050,000
740,000
615,000

1,160,000
300,000
150,000
110,000
500,000
250,000

1,060,000

1,160,000

10,000
100,000
200,000
120,000
180,000

2,130,000

849,000
1,037, 000
304.COO
5;>7, COO
1,000,000
513,000

16,420,000

22,905. 300

40,455,000 j 84,660,300

STATES, ETC.

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




.

69
56
49
162
20
434

1,146,047.89
514,943.82
386, 737.44
2,274,832.58
399,846.37
1,694,787.50

943,160
281, 580
249,420
1,671,920
566, 730
906,950

20,000

6,417,195.60

4,619,760 I

20,000

3,000

3,000

REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
of each report during year ended August 9,

267

1913—Continued.

A U G U S T 9, 19t3.

Circulating notes.

Specie.

Silver
dollars.

$48,254
199, 496
119, 833

Silver
Treasury
certificates.

*
Fractional
silver coin.

Total.

$51,161,935 $1,259,048.29 $256,290,797.79
508,441.40
53,522,300.40
18,800,413
124,286.99
16,666,869.99
4,612,680

Received
from
Comptroller.

On h a n d .

Outstanding.

$48,294,300 $1,275,705.00 $47,018,595.00
15,024,000
70,102.50 14,953,897.50
16,501,990
167, 760.00 16,334,230.00
79,820,290

1,513, 567.50

78,306,722.50

10,610,000
2,100,000
1,037,000
11,942,000
15,474,000
8,465,500
5,825,000
800,000
3,320,000
2,634,000
2,282,000
405,000
4,700,000
2,149,950
1,500,000
4,955,000
7,558,600
5,502.500
2,590', 000
6,111,640
2,155,000
3,963,000
2,065,000
825,000
525,000
1,269,000
600,000
875,000
4,755,000
970,000
930,500
2,517,500
630,000
399,000
325,000
325,000
3,500,000
480,000
775,000
675,000
1,589,000
2,800,000
500,000
2,900,000
5,070,000
21,950,000
2,400,000

820, 737.50
68, 002. 50
12,000.00
101, 970.00
220, 567.50
76, 615.00
102,960.00

9,789,262.50
2,031,997.50
1,025,000.00
11,840,030.00
15,253,432.50
8,388,885.00
5,722,040. 00
800, 000. 00
3,309,997.50
2,584,500.00
2,256,545. 00
400,300.00
4,700,000. 00
2,147, 692.50
1,500,000.00
4,928,700.00
7,513,245.00
5,400,050.00
2,567,897. 50
6,059,737.50
2,129,300.00
3,886, 795.00
2,012,142. 50
793,800.00
510, 250.00
1,055,397. 50
600,000.00
866,397. 50
4,747,795. 00
948,395.00
925,000.00
2,517,497. 50
627,200. 00
399,000.00
312,600. 00
324,997.50
3,465,145.00
474,300. 00
774,497. 50
671,000.00
1,578,590.00
2,754,450.00
483,550. 00
2,264,892. 50
4,809,845.00
21,660,097.50
2,311,895.00

367, 583

74,575,028

1,891,776.68

7, 493
4, 262
4, 266
170,137
162,003
29, 940
5, 892
21, 540
15,633
100, 092
118, 050
54 734
188 583
157 934
92; 799
91 779
41 686
75,622
80,440
63 681
70,920
63 376
192,532
94, 544
30 654
50 523
7 701
23 172
116 696
44 170
12', 644
64 822
70 382
20 257
19 137
10 018
120 163
7 880
28 551
111 588
53 380
79 239
24,135
64 068
114 782
146,224
48 437

5,212,306
61,122
883,957
5,517,809
3,237,379
1,616,197
603,632
45, 960
467,518
240,256
129,482
102, 725
330,276
303,647
78,250
528,100
1,078,210
635,926
375, 750
240,202
212,217
2,012,165
95,127
717,630
35,792
64,450
43 758
29,604
1,376, 780
252,080
24,893
1,149,400
75,036
41,822
26, 773
36,644
41,368
27,420
68,650
117, 721
174,475
42,065
24,788
10,181
41,832
22,201
26,304

370,392.90
38,269.50
107,625.40
557,938.44
444,008.15
95,275.22
51,915.10
49,366.00
24,093.45
84,119.50
129,761.75
88,102.50
184,644. 85
128,219.45
118,368.54
39,716.00
65,365.85
103,371.00
43,483. 55
57,536. 80
90,248.00
99,468. 60
158,028.05
66,703.00
18,256.10
17,361.85
5,412. 60
30,599.50
179,967.55
46,896.00
41,163.60
100,237.80
20,771. 75
9,901.36
21,135.45
14,399.35
42,376.40
11,658.90
28,459. 85
50,214.65
179,662.60
112,408.75
37,958. 95
125,271.10
226,358.15
325,004. 85
61,072.70

27,156,038.90
2,677,166.00
2,508,788.40
32,044,571.44
17,849,003.15
5,264,455. 72
2,437,614.10
179,546.00
2,239,933.95
1,339,944.50
1,192,406. 25
654,099.00
2,348,218.85
1,662,497.95
697,030.04
2,780, 634.50
5,785,904.35
7,087,061.50
2,016, 980. 55
3,007,814.80
3,115,992.50
4,659,254. 60
5, 746,542.05
4,401,214.50
864,749. 60
1,443,227.25
272,219.10
1,115,890.50
7,488,364.55
1,303,803.50
551,269.10
4,219,819. 80
651,534.75
572,170. 36
447,150.45
570,823. 85
5,940,107.40
928,608.90
484,268. 35
930,426.15
4,471,525.10
2,433,420.25
1,343,334.45
4,260, 777. 60
7,162,884. 65
15,387,379.85
1,712,576. 20

3,176 561

28,479,880

4,902,571.41

203,419,045.31

165, 730,190

3,606 047. 50 162,124,142. 50

3,544 144

103,054,908

6,794,348.09

529,899,013.49

245,550,480

5,119 615.00 240,430,865.00

25,004
25 589
32 ,200
99 ,325
4 ,036
62 ,669

446, 700
309,583
121,909
1,329,989
325,569
1,019,346

99,262.55
92,341.16
71,821.40
518,011.07
94,457.11
290,494.60

2,660,174.44
1,224,036. 98
862,087.84
5,897,077.65
1,390,638.48
3,994, 247.10

6,033,250
5,056,500
4,512,500
19,927,000
4, 778,000
13,343, 350

124,417.50
87 010.00
71 067. 50
289 657. 50
82 157. 50
305 255. 00

5,908,832. 50
4,969,490.00
4,441,432.50
19,637, 342. 50
4,695, 842. £0
13,038,095.00

248 ,823

3,553,096

1,166,387.89

16,028,262.49

53,650,600

959 565.00

52,691,035.00




326,479,968.18

10, 002.50
49, 500.00
25, 455.00
4, 700.00
2, 257.50
26 300.00
45, 355.00
102 450.00
22, 102. 50
51 902. 50
25 700. 00
76 205.00
52 857.50
31 200.00
.14 750.00
213 602.50
8
7
21
5

602.50
205.00
605.00
500.00
2.50
2 800.00

12 400.00
2.50
34 855. 00
5 700.00
502. 50
4 000. 00
10 410.00
45 550.00
16 450. 00
635 107.50
260 155. 00
289 902. 50
88 105. 00

268

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
TABLE NO. 54.—Specie and circulation of national banks at date
A U G U S T 9, 1913—Continued.

Specie
Number of
banks.

City, State, and Territory.

Gold coin.

Gold
ClearingTreasury
Gold
house
Treasury certificates certificates
to
certificates. (act order
(sec. 5192,
of Mar.
R. S.).
14,1900).

STATES, ETC.--continued.
57
^
59
fin
61
62

New York
New Jersey
•
P ertnsy 1 v an ia
Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia

63
64
fn
fifi
67
68
69
70
71
79
7S
74
75

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

76
77
7ft
79
80
81
8^
83

Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Iowa
Missouri

84
85
86
87
88
80
90
91
92

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

.. .

431
201
783
25
89
1

$5,613,719.51 $6,134,150
1,689,531.83 3,609,240
9,548,288.90 8,576,980
94,056. 50
110,380
495,356.10
787,170
8,922.50
40,600

$895,000
60,000
400,000

$500,000
15,000

30,000

1,530

Total, Western States
.

. . .

20,000
440,000
40,000

10,415,455.73

11,486,350

647,500

45,000

4,153,584.22
3,078,397.50
4,544,209.00
2,377,592.30
2,034,884.31
3,237,253.05
2,527,467.97
742,430. 80

3,989,190
2,317,880
3,992^470
1,642,550
1,329,380
1,301,630
1,963,660
373,590

635.000
100,000
925 000
90,000
780,000
330,000
580,000
45,000

351,900

22,695,819.15

16,910,350

3,485,000

351,900

673,114.70
759,954.10
1,503,777.00
1,689,572.37
1,639,054.99
458,115.30
1,422,026. 77
447,715.00
931,707.11

671,570
824,260
916,870
1,181,860
1,048,550
350,090
911,370
408,010
1,307,590

1,241

Total, Middle States

7,500

146
104
227
205
57
30
117
40
315

Total, Southern States

1,385,000

1,750,350
1,005,980
358,820
141,060
594,380
612,110
990,720
422,810
245,770
2,826,280
368,010
806,950
1,363,110

1,972

. .

19,258,520

1,655,888.65
1,345,966.37
438,116.69
219,903.00
500,769.28
604,296.10
739,554.36
163,576.75
247,015. 90
2,406,458. 28
293,322.00
759,628. 85
1,040,959.50

356
250
450
96
124
261
325
110

.

17,449,875.34

133
116
72
48
315
53
89
33
26
484
50
135
108
1,462

Total, Eastern States

9,525,037.34

7,620,170

65
78
238
55
17
10
13
2

1,520,432. 50
2,242,834.89
7,255,268.50
924,305.00
429,815.00
433,930.00
415,465.00
315,773.16

285,200
208,120
797,550
291,770
42,770
102,470
154,470
53,200

515,0C0

45,000
90,000
50,000

40,000
285,000
70,000

80,000
475,000

93
94
95
9fi
97
98
99
ICO

Washington
Oregon
California
Idaho . . .
Utah
Nevada
Arizona
Alaska
Total, Pacific States

478

•13,537,824.05

1,935,550

101

Island possessions, Hawaii

4

490,011.00

51,560

80,531,218.21

61,882,260

6,132,500

1,066,400

143,308,791.61 290,495,000

46,587,500

85,726,700

Total, States, etc

7,121

Total, United States

7,488




120,000

120,000

150, W0
1,500

151,500

BEPOKT OF THE COMPTEOLLEK OF THE CUBKENCY.
of. each report during year ended August 9,

269

1913—Continued.

A U G U S T 9, 1913—Continued.
Specie.

Circulating notes.

Silver
Treasury
certificates.

Fractional
silver coin.

Total.

Received
from
Comptroller.

1 211,575.47

1986,923.98
551,285.20

260

$4,304,087
2,466,657
3,959,519
144,590
392,645
12,160

48,028.00
121,739.00
1,335.00

$18,751,375.49
8,481,147.03
24,400,665.37
413,857.50
1,853,586.10
63,277.50

$38,168,060
18,105,070
57,813,640
1,397,750
4,418,490
250,000

$577 245.00 $37 590,815.00
466 232.50 17 638,837.50
781 526.00 57 032,114.00
43 685.00
1 354,065.00
62 602.50
4 355,887.50
7 350.00
242,650.00

1,154,969

11,279,658

2 920,886.65

53,963,908.99

120,163,010

1,938 641.00 118,214,369.00

149,574
113,047
85,171
79,719
188,100
195,336
322,088
75,896
114,239
848,488
96,525
111,177
292,167

775,419
588,603
242,740
157,857
484,218
249,026
318,195
82,613
136,449
870,773
173,986
273,989
593,624

266,697.70
167,161.64
85,887.45
158,105.50
309,585.70
192,933.27
218,629.15
66,286.20
107,004.60
835,683.27
118,688.30
115,670.44
194,666.80

4,605,429.35
3,220,758.01
1,210,735.14
756,644.50
2,122,052.98
1,853,701.37
2,589,186.51
901,181.95
900,478.50
7,787,682.55
1,070,531.30
2,507,415.29
3,524,527.30

15,050,750
9,047,150
6,724,100
4,944,250
11,255,250
6,078,500
8,528,500
3,160,300
2,571,250
23,314,910
3,005,510
11,601,850
10,832,250

14 800,912.50
8 958,305.00
35,005.00 6 689,095.00
14 852.50
4 929,397.50
27 807.50 11 227,442.50
73 235.00
6 005,265.00
60,595.00 8,467,905.00
3 119,757.50
40,542.50
22 660.00
2 543,590.00
181 052.50 23 133,857.50
19 350.00
2 986,160.00
79,427.50 11 522,422.50
129 922.50 10 702,327.50

2,671,527

4,947,492

2 837,000.02

33,050,324.75

116,114,570

1,023 132.50 115,091,437.50

513,740
310,213
518,398
191,792
199,178
304,862
359,313
131,982

1,305,824
890,464
1,515,226
547,213
503,214
649,234
542,690
153,472

489,035.33
307,097.45
679,615.14
200,815.41
222,328.81
298,850.26
292,632.22
112,415.52

11,438,273.55
7,004,051.95
12,174,918.14
5,049,962.71
5,068,985.12
6,121,829.31
6,265,763.19
1,558,890.32

29,921,880
19,664,920
27,583,910
8,659,750
9,048,970
9,057,010
15,401,420
5,786,810

2,529,478

6,107,337

2, 602,790.14

54,682,674.29

125,124,670

132,024
125,829
189,228
260,440
102,716
54,889
118,204
56,158
321,799

206,434
188,173
264,855
330,431
113,413
72,908
185,022
92,496
339,478

170,031.80
116,484.50
165,232.86
224,186.72
174,849.75
49,829.58
114,085.18
53,611.50
321,960.41

1,853,174.50
2,054,700.60
3,324,962.86
3,756,490.09
3,078,583.74
985,831.88
2,750,707.95
1,057,990.50
3,302,534.52

3,986,770
3,305,800
8,743,760
8,899,740
3,306,450
1,537,550
5,006,010
1,703,750
8,489,290

101, 410.00
24, 105.00
49, 077.50
14, 250.00
65, 292.50

3 971,615.00
3, 300,255.00
8, 703,052.50
8, 856,582.50
3, 205,040. 00
1, 513,445.00
4, 956,932. 50
1, 689,500.00
8, 423,997.50

1,361,287

1,793,210

1, 390,272.30

22,164,976.64

44,979,120

358, 700.00

44, 620,420.00

112,864
90,889
427,512
62,714
19,478
16,051
52,124
4,049

43,478
36,273
128,999
48,602
11,946
2,463
39,258
6,021

140,324.10
136,745.54
590,492.22
93,956.36
16,165.25
27,400.25
36,627.77
10,062.50

2,102,298.60
2,714,862.43
9,319,821.72
1,571,347.36
521,674.25
582,314.25
697,944. 77
389,105.66

2,593,100
3,578,010
17,274,300
2,772,750
942,000
1,547,000
941,510
62,500

64, 725.00
80, 105.00

346, 890.00
27, 295.00
8, 012.50
27, 945.00
13, 252.50
1, 550.00

2, 528,375.00
3, 497,905.00
16, 927,410.00
2, 745,455.00

785,681

317,040

1, 051,773.99

17,899,369.04

29,711,170

569,775.00

29, 141,395.00

26,766

133

10,457.80

578,927.80

306,250

26, 702.50

279,547.50

27,997,966 11, 979,568. 79 198,368,444.00

490,039,390

Silver
dollars.

.

.

$317,495
104,433
689,302
16,803
26,676

8,778,531
12,322,675

131,052,874 18, 773,916.88




728,267,457.49

On hand.

Outstanding.

249 837.50
88 845.00

282 590.00
109, 687.50
268, 070.00
132, 917.50
94, 300.00
67 000.00
119, 097.50
60, 227.50

29 639,290.00
19 555,232.50
27,315,840.00
8 526,832.50
8 954,670.00
8 990,010.00
15 282,322.50
5, 726,582.50

57
58
59
60
61
62

63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
7?
73
74
75

76
77
78
79
80
81

83

1,133, 890.00 123 990,780.00
15, 155.00
0,

545.00

40, 707.50
43, 157.50

933,987.50

1, 519,055.00

928,257.50
60,950.00

6,010,406.00 484, 018,984.00

735,589,870 11,130,021.00 724, 459,849.00

84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92

93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100

101

270

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY,

TABLE N O . 55.—Gold, silver, coin certificates, legal tenders, and currency certificates held

Gold

Date.

No.

Gold coin.

Treasury
certificates.

Clearing- United States
house
certificates
certificates.
for gold
(Sec. 5192.)
deposited.

1880.

Feb. 21..
Apr. 23..
June 11.
Oct. 1 . . .
Dec. 31..

$37,756,021
39,599,469
43,622,510
47,508,472
56,131,943

$8,238,600
7,380,000
8,439,560
7,175,560
7,557,200

$38,090,000
33,538,000
41,087,000
48,167,000
36,053,000

53,916,465
65,002,542
60,043,276
58,910,369
62,783,387

5,523,400
5,351,300
5,137,500
5,221,800
4,621,500

38,461,000
44,194,000
56,030,000
43,090,000
38,332,000

59,485,006
59,885,129
58,371,599
55,003,663
47,091,033

4,609,700
4,505,100
4,440,400
4,594,300
22,651, 770

37,987,000
39,581,000
41,132,000
34,986,000
28,235,000

46,543,644
47,584, 784
44,863,816
45,807,457
46,404,061

15,340,440
21,013,490
32,791,590
27,012,600
28,555,260

27,239,000
25,487,000
27,369,000
24,750,000
27,043,000

Mar. 7....
Apr. 24...
June 20.
Sept. 30..
Dec. 20...

51,091,689
51,064,871
50,145,738
50,876,067
53,939,911

27,660,450
26,486,120
26,637,110
47,217,340
50,559,910

30,837,000
25,317,000
20,900,000
19,092,000
22,231,000

Mar. 10.
May 6...
Julyl...
Oct. 1...
Dec. 24..

58,796,463
62,392,112
66,559,947
65,196,781
70,107,747

70,250,860
77,412,160
74,816,920
72,986,340
59,611,840

24,364,000
24,149,000
24,199,000
1
25,294,000
26,634,000

Mar. 1...
June 3 . .
Aug. 27.
Oct. 7 . . .
Dec. 28..

74,262,790
77,663,587
71,249,234
71,682,807
72,855,405

62,377,500
41,446,430
41,339,220
48,426,920
55,259,260

25,115,000
26,867,000
25,706,000
24,520,000
24,926,000

Mar. 4..
May 13.
Aug.l..
Oct. 5...
Dec. 7...

73,503,962
73,864,674
74,093,439
73,782,489
73,677,377

59,245,100
56,387,010
54,274,940
53,961,690
44,341,120

24,590,000
21,489,000
24,044,000
23,981,000
25,485,000

Feb. 14..
Apr. 30..
June 30.
Oct. 4 . . .
Dec. 12..

74,317,628
74,921,740
74,825,782
70,222,886
70,825,188

55,230,020
54,604,280
68,761,930
79,883,810
75,334,420

26,246,000
24,050,000
20,884,000
10,385,000
7,399,000

73,751,134
74,597,566
73,907,610
71,601,530
71,910,468

78,861,210
78,256,120
69,517,790
66,010,950
64,902,260

7,619,000
9,614,000
8,744,000
7,375,000
12,506,000

77,467,560
74,776,720
72,968,100
93,335,600
82,569,980
i Includes $1,820,000 clearing-house coin certificates.

4,958,000
5,708 000
4,463,000
3,469,000
3,036 000

1881.

Mar. 11..
May 6...
June 30.
Oct. 1 . . .
Dec. 31..
1882.

Mar. 11.
May 19..
Julyl..
Oct. 3 . .
Dec. 30.
1883.

Mar. 13..
May 1...
Juno 22.
Oct. 2 . . .
Dec. 31..
1884.

1886.

1889.

Feb. 26..
May 13..
July 12..
Sept. 30.
Dec. 11..
1890.

Feb. 28.
May 17..
July 18..
Oct. 2 . . .
Dec. 19..




72,286,957
72,601,180
73, 989, 093
74, 664,828
77,325,784

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
by national banks at date of each report from February 21, 1880, to August

Silver dollars.

Silver
Treasury
certificates.

Fractional
silver coin.

271

9,1918.

United States
certificates of
Total specie. Legal-tender deposit for Total lawful No.
notes.
money.
legal-tender
notes.

$5,062,090
5,416,403
5,862,035
5,330,357
5,976,558

$295,340
495,860
495,400
1,165,120
1,454,200

$89,442,051
86,429,732
99,506,505
109,346,509
107,172,901

$55,229,408
61,059,175
64,480,717
56,640,458
59,216,934

6,250,370
6,820,380
6,482,561
5,450,387
6,800,512

1,004,960
1,260,340
945,590
1,662,180
1,143,240

105,156,439
122,628,562
128,638,927
114,334,736
113,680,639

52,156,439
62,516,296
58,728, 713
53,158,441
60,114,387

6,110,000
8,045,000
9,540,000
6,740,000
7,920,000

163,422,878
193,189,858
196,907,640
174,233,177
181,715,026

6,700,325
7,233,758
6,896,223
6,466,215
6,984,896

1,202,080
1,202,020
854,040
1,807,600
1,464,460

109,984,111
112,407,007
111,694,262
102,857,778
106,427,159

56,633,572
65,979,013
64,019,518
63,313,517
68,478,421

9,445,000
10,385,000
11,045,000
8,645,000
8,475,000

176,062,683
188,771,020
186,758, 780
174,816,295
183,380,580

6,910,472
6,963,732
7,208,858
7,594,896
8,470,647

1,928,810
2,558,260
3,121,130
2,653,030
3,803,190

97,962,366
103,607,266
115,354,394
107,817,983
114,276,158

60,848,068
68,256,468
73,832,458
70,682,997
80,559,796

8,405,000
8,420,000
10,645,000
9,960,000
10,840,000

167,215,434
180,283,734
199,831,852
188,460,980
205,675,954

8,961,408
9,141,466
9,117,834
8,092,557
7,985;488

3,529,580
2,735,250
2,861,000
3,331,510
5,030,770

122,080,127
114,744,707
109,661,682
128,609,474
139,747,079

75,847,095
77,712,628
76,917,212
77,044,659
76,369,555

14,045,000
11,975,000
9,870,000
14,200,000
19;040,000

211,972,222
204,432,335
196,448,894
219,854,133
235,156,634

9,188,060
9,327,047
8,897,555
6,322.832
5,303,288

4,516,490
4,135,100
3,139,070
2,274,650
1,637,340

$2,797,969
2,060,137

167,115,873
177,415,419
177,612,492
174,872,572
165,354,352

71,017,322
77,336,999
79,701,352
69,738,119
67,585,466

22,760,000
19,135,000
22,920,000
18,800,000
11,765,000

, 3,195
273,887,418
280,233;844
263,410,691
244,704,818

6,029,733
6,757,263
6,209,600
6,465,792
7,463,152

1,502,960
1,812,290
1,820,770
2,610,652
3,690,225

2,327,936
2,913,305
2,675,668
2,681,525
2,789,514

171,615,919
157,459,875
149,000,492
156,387,696
166,983,556

67,014,886
79,656,783
64,039,751
62,812,322
67,739,828

12,430,000
11,850,000
8,115,000
5,855,000
6,195,000

251,060,805
248,966,658
221,155,243
225,055,018
240,918,384

7,517.343
7,139,180
6,343,213
6,683,368
7,724,334

3,667,608
5,121,188
3,535,479
3,961,380
5,029,545

3,154,893
3,314,613
2,813,139
2,715,527
2,983,267

171,678,906
167,315,665
165,104,210
165,085,454
159,240,643

66,228,158
79,595,088
74,477,342
73,751,255
75,361,975

7,645,000
8,025,000
7,810,000
6,190,000
6,165,000

245,552,064
254,935,753
247,391,552
245,026,709
240,767,618

7,835,028
7,569,827
6,906,432
7,051,931
7,086,626

6,945,275
7,813,657
7;094,854
7,298,298
8,812,844

3,256,663
3,114,507
2,819,278
3,255,891
3,276,200

173,830,614172,074,011
181,292,276
178,097,816
172,734,278

82,317,670
83,574,210
81,995,643
81,099,461
82,555,060

10,120,000
9,330,000
12,315,000
8,955,000
9,220,000

266,268,284
264,978,221
275,602,919
268,152,277
264,509,338

6,990,879
6,700,739
6,786,730
5,543,006
6,459,483

10,863,380
11,955,291
12,452,057
10,067,062
11,222,004

4,199,200
4,052,735
4,495,682
3,728,901
4,089,243

182,284,803
185,176,451
175,903,869
164,326,449
171,089,458

88,624,860
97,838,385
97,456,832
86,752,093
84,490,894

13,785,000
13,355,000
14,890,000
12,945,000
9,045,000

284,694,663
296,369,836
288,250,701
264,023,542
264,625,352

7,294,424
6,098,007
6,793, 752
6,489,534
7,229,637

14,761,061
15,002,127
15,865,318
13,629,284
15,484,038

4,778,136
3,979,460
4,524,801
4,320,613
4,417,567

181,546,138
178,165,494
178,604,064
195,908,859
190,063,006

86,551,602
88,088,992
92,480,469
80,604, 731
82,177,126

8,830,000
8,135,000
9,825,000
6,155,000
5,760,000

276,927,740
274,389,486
280,909,533
282,668,590
278,000,132




$10,760,000 $155,431,459
7,870,000 155,358,907
12,500,000 176,487,222
7,655,000 173,641,967
6,150,000 172,539,835

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TABLE N O . 55.—Gold, silver, coin certificates, legal tenders, and currency certificates held

No.

Date.

Gold coin.

Gold
Treasury
certificates.

Clearinghouse
certificates.
(Sec. 5192.)

United States
certificates
for gold
deposited.

1891.

$82, 050,500
82,891,099
87,695,142
84,464,347
84,200,590

$83,^97,900
75,314,460
63,910,310
60,173,670
85,091,060

$4,913,000
6,424,000
6,706, 000
7,300,000
7,689,000

Mar. 1 . . .
May 17..
July 12..
Sept. 30.
Dec. 9 . . .

88,426,189
95,1.04,914
96,723, 083
95,021,253
94,754,328

97,841,160
96,656,060
85,530,100
71,050,180
73,118,480

8,066,000
8,530,000
8,498,000
7, 860,000
6,237,000

Mar. 6 . .
May 4...
July 12..
Oct. 3...
Dec. 19.

99,857,235
101,006,532
95,799,862
129,740,438
143,928 989

69,198,790
62,783,410
50,550,100
47,522,510
52,274,100

4,939,000
5,073,000
4,285,000
5,080,000
7,305,000

j 124,904,
128,180,159
119,898,047

66,456,110
41,928,330
40,560,490
37,810,940
29,677,720

7,825,000
34,721,000
34,023,000
34,096,000
31,219,000

120,855,576
123,258,437
117,476,837
110,378,360
j 113,843,401

25,400,860
23,182,950
22,425,600
21,525,930
20,936,030

31,904,000
30,823,000
31,315,000
31,021,000
33,465,000

108,165,901
105,938,780
110,133,160
114,921,270
118,631,050

20,935,130
21,383,020
20,336,400
19,706,620
19,192,210

27,793,000
30,440 000
31,384,000
26,096,000
43,197,000

j 118,809,396
119,609,201
119,467,606
' 118,856,207
119,747,644

19,725,360
19,426,050
16,792,990
17,513,900
19,484,500

49,770,000
51,361,000
57,426,000
59,525,000
67,861,000

125, 710,167
131,081,263
132, 888,037
127,990,556
129 009,745

18,062,350
18,230,690
18,457,340
18,323,870
17,586,450

79,083,000
118,333,000
133,576,000
104,356,000
134,879,000

134, 336,296
133, 190,652
137, 690,618
117, 082,951
103, 052,570

17,669,500
17,708,880
23,152,390
41,389,130
70,986,670

169,910,000
166,311,000
148,495,000
133,140,500
100,648,000

104,882,872
104 624,499
102,834,447
103,750,172
107,561,080

93,611,360
100,989,330
101,263,430
115,018,140
102,269,91.0

90,887,000
92,070,000
91,023,500
93,390,000
91,789,000

110,369,107
110,280,301
108,871,024
106,736,761
105,425,840

133,447,930
122,950,940
108,490,040
117,806,580
100,266,100

89,154,000
82,315,000
85,465,000
89,854,000
84,746,500

Feb. 26..
May 4 . . .
July 9 . . .
Sept. 25.
Dec. 2 . . .
1892.

1894.
Feb. 28
May 4

July 18.
Oct. 2..
Dec. 19

125,051,677
125,020,291
1895.

Mar. 5
May 7
July 11
Sept. 28
Dec. 13

*

1896.

!
!

Feb. 28
May 7
July 14
Oct. 6
Dec. 17

1
!
|
j
1897.

Mar. 9
May 14
July 23
Oct. 5
Dec. 17

.*

Feb. 18..
May 5 . . .
July 14..
Sept. 20.
Dec.l...
1899.

Feb. 4 . .
97 Apr. 15.
June 30.
Sept. 7 . .
100 Dec. 2 . . .
1900.
101
102
103
104
105

Feb. 13.
Apr. 26.
June 29.
Sept. 5 . .
Dec. 13..

106
107
108
109

Feb. 5 . . .
Apr. 2 4 . .
July 15..
Sept. .30.
Dec. 1 0 . .

1901.

110




$13,315,000

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

273

by national banks at date of each report from February 21, 1880, to August 9, 1913—Con.

Silver dollars.

Silver
Treasury
certificates.

Fractional
silver coin.

United States
certificates of
Total specie. Legal-tender deposit for Total lawful No.
notes.
money.
legal-tender
notes.

$4,950,509 $201,240,363
4,588; 654 194,939,411
190.769,537
5,023,920
183,515,076
4.818,751
207,898,035
4; 948,125

$89,400,399
96,375,249
100,399,811
97,615,608
93,854,354

$8,231,195
7,448,417
7,631,470
6,348,573
7,152,798

$17,397,259
18,272, 781
19,802,695
20,409,735
18,816,462

7,304,242
7,259,640
7,466,596
6,785,084
7,593,084

22,954,656
26,040,211
25,523,399
22,993,451
22,556,689

5,555,721
5,453,283
5,579,302
5,405,711
5,635,680

230,147,968
239,044,108
229,320,480
209,116,379
209,895,261

99,445,735
107,981,402
113,915,016
104,267,945
102,276,335

24,080,000
26,405,000
23,115,000
13,995,000
6,470,000

353,673,703
373,430,510
366,350,496
327/379,324
318,641,596

7,212,800
7,615i574
7,380,457
7,965,844
7,530,135

21,695,114
24,603,511
22,626,180
28,385,889
34,776,253

5,438,877
6,140,115
6,119,574
6,009,179
5,439,171

208,341,816
207,222,142
186,761,173
224,703,860
251,253,648

90,935,774
103,511,163
95,833,677
114,709,352
131,626,759

14,675,000
12,130,000
6,660,000
7,020,000
31,255,000

313,952,590
322,863,305
289,254,850
346.433,212
414; 135,407

7,741,205
7,489,931
7,016,489
6,116,354
6,954,778

43,181,166
41,580,654
38,075,412
28,784,897
29,743,446

6,058,278
6,041,850
5,943,584
5,422,172
5,548,232

256,166,585
259,941,924
250,670,652
237,250,654
218,041,223

142,768,676
146,131,292
138,216,318
120,544,028
119,513,472

35,045,000
46,030,000
50,045,000
45,100,000
37,090,000

433,980,261
452,103,216
438,931,970
402,894,682
374,644,695

7,263,610
7,245,537
7,248,059
5,505,459
6,984,382

29,550,637
28,519,277
30,127,457
22,914,180
25,878,323

5,956,959
5,617,399
5,834,241
4,892,382
5,605,274

220,931,642
218,646,600
214,427,194
196,237,311
206,712,410

113,281,622
118,529,158
123,185,172
93,946,685
99,209,423

31,655,000
26,930,000
45,330,000
49,920,000
31,440,000

365,868,264
364,105,758
382,942,366
340,103,996
337,361,833

7,406,130
7,285,0-43
6,867,060
6,721,871
6,975,625

25,869,370
31,512,287
29,495,375
28,057,095
32,144,649

5,847,928
5,814,316
5,619,454
5,305,176
5,400,174

196,017,459
202,373,446
203,835,449
200,808,632
225,540,709

112,507,513
118,971,652
113,213,290
110,494,730
118,893,612

28,735,000
28,035,000
27,165,000
31,840,000
37,080,000

337,259,972
349,380,098
344,213, 739
343,143,362
381,514,321

7,198,522
6,948,233
6,853,275
6,476,504
7,509,247

32,864,502
33,175,176
34,626,625
31,593,302
31,752,596

5,581,082
5,556,723
5,756,105
5,422,788
5,808,565

233,948,862
236,076,383
240,922,601
239,387,702
252,163,552

118,637,852
120,554,992
126,511,020
107,219,929
112,564,875

67,695,000
53,590,000
46,085,000
42,275,000
45,840,000

420,281,714
410,221,375
413,518,621
388,882,631
410,568,427

7,459,428
8,100,544
7,963,587
6,861,433
8; 012,695

34, 964,239
35,316,796
36,458,014
30,679,950
32,700,654

6,098,741
6,120,479
6,334,152
5,662,349
6,412,167

271,377,925
317,182,772
335,677,130
293,874,158
328,600,711

120,265,185
119,058,681
114,914,997
110,038,300
117,845,702

49,250,000
23,975,000
20,385,000
16,810,000
17,905,000

440,893,110
460,216,453
470,977,127
420,722,458
464,351,413

8,151,429
8,246,829
8,361,974
7,998,538
7,569,649

35,359,818
32,193,899
32,578,638
32,458,505
26,356,766

6,416,452
6,511,293
6,543,426
6,501,758
6,211,721

371,843,494
364,162,558
356,822,046
338,571,383
314,825,376

116,003,066
110,235,423
116,337,935
111,214,651
101,675,795

21,140,000
19,820,000
18,590,000
16,540,000
13,055,000

508,986,560
493,417,975
491,749,981
466,326,034
429,556,171

8,798,952
9,053,551
9,236,232
8,782,306
9,748,534

34,132,389
44,049,035
44,437,981
45,243,559
40,763,675

7,265,251
7,264,654
7,218,119
7,144,233
7,540,024

339,587,824
358,051,069
356,013,709
373,328,410
359,672,224

122,466,493
139,838,063
143,755,522
145,046,493
141,284,945

114,500,000
6,360,000
3,195,000
2,085,000
850,000

476,554,317
504,249,132
502,964,231
520,459,903
501,807,168

10,436,238
9,593,379
9,399,355
8,649,959
9,600,000

48,533,778
53,893,133
51,259,021
46,467,349
48,452,821

8,015,090
7,740,938
7,601,102
7,167,222
7,846,237

399,956,143
386,773,692
371,085,543
376,681,871
369,652,498

152,386,332
159,324,246
164,929,624
151,018,751
151,118,358

$11,6,55,000 $302,295,762
11,515,000 302,829,660
18,845,000 310,014,348
15,720,000 296,850,684
8, 765,000 310,517,389

552,342,475
549,857,938
540,800,167
539,555,622
520,770,856
» The act authorizing the issue of these certificates was repealed Mar, 14, 1900.

13420°--CUR 1913



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KJBPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

TABLE N O . 55.—Gold, silver, coin certificates, legal tenders, and currency certificates held
Clearing- United States
house
certificates
certificates.
for gold
deposited.
(Sec- 5192.)

Gold coin.

Gold
Treasury
certificates.

$105,572,077
110,687,138
108,202,383
104,051,296
101,333,097

$126,900,190
105,709,930
106,867,430
84,248,770
115,484,070

188,409,000
83,749,000
82,099,000
82,137,000
76,814,000

$16,970,000
21,720,000
25,950,000
28,425,000
28,015,000

105,288,729
105,337,464
107,539,938
105,569,894
102,963,258

118,705,050
108,460,880
104,561,520
119,367,220
110,020,660

72,435,000
68,693,000
64,984,000
63,307,000
67,584,000

42,215,000
32,385,000
28,505,000
27,180,000
25,730,000

107,699,553
109,154,988
111,296,409
108.439,861
108,575,819

146,028,950
148,464,700
161,155,120
175,077,020
153,101,640

62,661,000
85,689,500
82,278,000
80,969,000
86,535,400

45,765,000
38,360,000
36,880,000
53,655,000
46,899,000

112,221,348
107,061,094
in, 221,153
114, 105,132
117, 022,998

Date.

No.

160,675,460
169,374,460
158,238,690
170,707,820
146,375,090

79,120,000
77,593,000
75,974,500
79,905,000
79,678,000

34,350,000
33,675,000
34,765,000
32,615,000
24,520,000

1902.

Ill
112
113
114
115

Feb. 25..
Apr. 30..
July 1 6 . .
Sept 15.
Nov. 25.

116
117
118
119
120

Feb. 6 . . .
Apr, 9 . . .
June 9 . . .
Sept.SU.
Nov. 17.

121
122
123
124
125

Jan. 2 2 . .
Mar. 28..
June 9 . .
Sept. 6 . .
Nov. 10.

126
127
128
129
130

Jan. 11..
Mar. 14.
May 29..
Aug. 25.
Nov. 9 . .

131
132
133
134
135

Jan. 29..
Apr. 6 . .
June 18.
Sept. 4 . .
Nov. 12.

116, 305,486
112, 326,222
118,513,281
120, 765,996
117, 124,753

176,977,160
146,016,280
163,439,710
147,408,760
173,262,050

76,203,000
70,503,500
69,197,000
66,515,500
68,248,500

24,550,000
29,565,000
30,040,000
29,150,000
32,230,000

136
137
138
139
140

Jan. 26..
Mar. 22.
May 20..
Aug. 22.
Dec. 3 . .

119,848,124
121,972,200
123,013,697
125,114,859
160,420,045

198,518,340
182,658,800
189,009,420
169,034,270
171,217,160

67,402,000
66,701,000
62,988,000
69,605,500
42,869,000

31,005,000
28,450,000
48,225,000
41,045,000
23,540,000

141
142
143
144
145

Feb. 14..
May 14..
July 15..
Sept. 23.
Nov. 27.

148,670,869
154,463,358
153,582,996
150,303,527
144,890,261

240,978,140
252,662,620
241,445,400
267,468,000
253,801,610

47,810,000
54,551,000
57,324,000
65,599,500
64,295,500

40,810,000
63,685,000
51,590,000
53,130,000
49,220,000

146
147
148
149
150

Feb. 5 . .
Apr. 28.,
June 23.
Sept. 1 . .
Nov. 16.

150,563,069
151,366,529
150,504,310
147,832,909
146,888,455

242,931,430
255,486,980
268,206,280
253,908,700
231,238,870

74,280,000
76,971,500
73,577,500
73,363,500
67,102,500

45,280,500
43,210,000
43,640,000
44,335,000
42,980,000

151
152
153
154
155

Jan. 31..
Mar. 29.
June 30.
Sept. 1 . .
Nov. 10.

147,112,214
353,410,043
151,129,890
147,835,023
149,022,910

245,717,550
233,997,400
225,092,390
246,404,370
235,202,020

71,153,500
75,695,000
70,975,000
75,423,000
74,257,500

43,565,000
42,660,000
41,610,000
48,735,000
35,340,000

156
157
158
159
160

Jan. 7..
Mar. 7..
June 7.
Sept. 1.
Dec. 5.

153,993,178
153,356,566
153,411,301
146,297,582
152,374,404

251,110,090
292,250,790
300,201,210
262,252,180
244,711,700

73,984,500
77,263,000
79,758,000
84,502,000
82,810,000

33,730,000
51,185,000
54,395,000
60,640,000
40,135,000

161
162
163
164
165

Apr. 18..
June 14.
Sept. 4 . .
Nov. 26.

149,361,369
159,128,760
149,294,417
150,677,158
149,551,167

290,632,870
272,840 370
296,922,380
267,823,290
240,401,170

95,975,000
85,207,500
80,479,000
85,706,500
90,220,000

62,545,000
59,195,000
59,680,000
52,165,000
46,475,0U0

166
167
168
169

Feb. 4.
Apr. 4 .
June 4.
Aug. 9.

152,044,737
147,312,674
143,762,659
143,308,791

291,416,240
269,939,210
277,813,310
290,495,000

88,407,500
93,263,000
89,443,500
85,726,700

50,905,000
41,040,000
45,806,000
46,587,500

1903.

1904.

1905.

1906.

1908.

1909.

1910.

1911.

1912.

Feb. 20..

1913.




BEFORE OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

275

by national banks at date of each report from February 21,1880, to August 9,1913—Con.

Silver dak
larsu

Silver
Treasury
certificates.

Fractional
silver coin.

10.379,556
8', 868,571
9,389,713

$51,277,355"
58,590,893
62,466,880
50,747,624
51,950,374

11,1.60,021
10,481,056
10,560,422.
10,336,143
10,044,184

58,161,298
54, §37,57$
63,350,733
62,791,768
53,084,545

9,547", 048
9,086,543
9,114,. 765
9,004,143
8,863,779

11,676,304
10,090,134
11,209,634
9,880,982
11,134,774

69,105,776
63,472,250
76,251,788
67,532,494
68,381,697

13,173,946
10,716,821
10,244,630
10,696,469
12,023,556

$9,594,579

United States
certificates of
Total specie. Legal-tender deposit for Total lawful No.
money.
notes.
legal-tender
notes.

$8,358,962 $407,082,162
8,303,974 398,760,561
8,798, 719 404,763,968
7,757, 859 366,236,120
8,295,407 391,281,661

$151,082,692
159,484,226
164,854,292
141,757,018
141,310,109

$561,764,854
558,244, 787
569,618,260
507,993,738
532,591,770

417,572,146
389,081,521
388,616,378
397,556,168
378,290,426

153,025,573
147.133,313
163,592,829
156,749,859
142,325,352

570,597,719
536,214,834
552,209,207
554,306,027
520,615, 778

10,254,970
9,185,698
9,593,194
9,194,578
9,559,492

453,191,553
464,417,270
488,664,145
504, 748,935
484,187,822

161,434,599
153.098,314
169,729,173
156, 707,594
157,942,968

614,626,152
617,515,584
658,393,318
661,456,529
642,130,790

80,948,964.
74,754,758
79,574,711
77,454,951
70,549,585

11,359,312
10,073,927
9,616,387
9,995,081
10,755,238

491,849,030
483,249.060
479,635,071
495> 479,453
460,934,467

178,122,523
15.7,904,573
169,629,979
170,073,847
161,157,612

669,971,553
641,153,633
649,265,050
665,553,300
622,092,079

12,166,780
13,913,893
11,585,5:83
11,693,445
11,676,649

75,211,364
74,596,749
81,841,914
77,142,042
67,779,733

11,154,585
12,257,757
11,369,769
11,731,548
11,954,586

492,508,375
459,179,401
485,987,257
464,437,291
482,276,271

175,734,915
161,315,467
165,246,347
161,575,120
152,273,887

608,303,290
620.494,868
651,233,604
626,012,411
634,550,158

12,404,499
13, 434,941
12,298,117
12,797,869
14,743,594

79,262,608
74,665,847
82,382,636
99,668,414
81,722,820

13,281,982
13,203,126
12, 797,039
13,841,839
15,172,659

521,722,553
500,085,914
530,713,909
531,107, 751
509,685,278

173,780,969
156,134,637
160,877,239
170,515, 782
151,099,458

695,503,522
656,220,551
691,591,148
701,623, 533
660,784, 736

17,535,178
15,137,398
13,521,001
11,670,786
4,397,676

101,286,902
120,804,039
123,478,641
116,882,254
117,192,329

17, 293,780
15,838,880
15,515,834
15,131,428
15,731,399

614, 384,869
677,142,295
656,457,872
680,185,555
656,528,775

174,010,707
184,184,155
192,560,877
188,238,515
188,230, 744

788,395,576
861? 326, 450
849,018, 749
868, 424,070
844, 759,519

12,802, ITS
11,869,927
12,822,408
12,753,590
11,948,515

121,687,086
124,348,526
129,205,129
117,697,856
111,845,096

17,038,963
16,405,336
16,185,383
16,508,342
16,831,222

664,583,226
679,658,798
694,141,010
666,397,897
628,834,658

195,533,656
198,898,210
191,774, 761
187,693,960
176,026,076

860,116,882
878,557,008
885,915,771
854,091,857
804,860,734

13,272,076
12,854,262
13,455,754
13,308,421
13,410,605

121,411,843
125,397, 496
123,439,564
122,459,673
121,032,160

18, 446,533
17,775,570
18'. 641,256
18,461,059
17,881,255

660,678,716
661,799,771
644,343,854
672,626,546
646,146,451

172,400,153
173,095,815
176,429,038
179,058,491
169,924,209

833.078,869
834,895,586
820,772,892
851,685,037
816,070,660

14,248,149
14,297,384
14,418,204
13,644,260
13,508,457

121,912,237
128,493,229
140,277,209
125,885,418
128,911,341

18,893,049
18,915,979
18,649,883
18,3.00,964
19,098,713

667,871,263
735,761,949
761,111, 507
711,522,344
681,549,615

168,396,096
172,274,678
185,219,602
183,953,062
181,244,581

836,267,359
908,036,627
946,331,109
895, 475, 406
862,794-, 196

14,123,278
12,775,940
12,637,221
12.105,806
Ui 968,302

136,547,665
135,238,087
138,569,628
126,743,559
125,183, 709

19,843,995
19,522,813
19,180,042
18,239,907
18,521,374

769,029,177
743,86S, 470
756,762,688
713,460,600
682,320,722

181,468,221
187,820.692
188, 440,207
182,490,494
176, 778,016

950,497,398
931,689,162
945,202,895
895,951,094
859,098,766

13,955,348
13,625,311
13,720,873
12,322,675

131,692,580
127,352,808
133,339,825
131,052,874

21,310,443
20,373,397
20,188,461
18,773,917

7, 731,84842
728 64006,9
7214,04,06,

183,685,383
175,377,336
189,908,013
170,901,917

933,417,231
888,283,736
913,982,641
899,169,374




728,277,457

TABLE NO. 56.—Specie held by the national banks in New York City on dates indicated and averages in 1903 to 1913, inclusive.

Feb. 6
Apr. 9
June 9
Sept. 9
Nov. 17

Gold Treasury certificates payable to order.

Clearingbouse
certificates.
(Sec. 5192.)

$4,674,013.45
5,000,261.50
5,342,364.00
4,792,139.50
4,697,172.40

$63,837,220
55,993,820
51,365,700
69,531,380
55,359,930

§18.585,000
11,865,000
10,275,000
10,265,000
9,915,000

$61,515,000
58,145,000
53,514,000
51,925,000
56,745,000

59,217,610

12,181,000

56,368,800

5,478,087.80
5,920,547.40
5,356,457.30
4,941,183.00
4,617,609.00

80,222,020
87,368,800
98,996,070
113,320,930
82,162, SCO

25,325,000
21,100,000
18,195,000
33,495,000
29,655,000

92, ill, 124

6,043,193.50
4,068,272.50
4,557,380.50
4,896,261.10
4,799,305.00

Silver
Treasury
certificates.

Fractional
silver coin.

Total.

Average

$726,138.5S
731,078.53
732,232.59
713,634.83
712.193.81

$168,554,017.03
145,823,562.03
138,991,763.59
155,476,735.33
138,778,778.21

70,244

10,063,071.00

723,055.67

149,524,971.23

52.475,000
71', 045,000
69,325,000
68,290,000
74,930,000

6.1,221
72,109
62,539
69,260
63,735

17,158,484.00
16,939,075.00
21,062,056.00
20,420,309.00
18,487,105.00

734,837. 46
616,769.87
644,520.02
701,344.09
714.303.27

181,454,650.26
203,062,301.27
213,641,642.32
241,2nS, 116. 99
210,630,552.27

25,554,000

67,213,000

65,773

IS, 813,424.00

682,355.12

210,005,452.62

83,728.290
93,228,170
82,820.400
91,082^890
64,194,290

17,205,000
16,965,000
16,965,000
15,885,000
12,665,000

67,020,000
65,320,000
63,400,500
66,815,000
dS7205,000

58,601
56,237
67,477
58,074
61,512

23,096,930.00
23,946,136.00
22,928.988.00
20,415; 291.00
15,612,538.00

888,806.46
807,878.91
820,562.17
824,980.22
938,798.98

198,040,910.%
204,391,694.41
191', 560,307.67
199,978,396.32
166,476,443.98

S3,010,SOS

15,937,000

66,152,100

60,578

21,199,977.00

856,205.35

192,089,550. 67

86,890,720
59,019,300
80,-119,050
61,368,750
73,382,700

9,705,000
13,685,000
13,585,000
15,885,000
16,650,000

63,885,000
58,122,000
54,715,000
51,920,000
52,020,000

30,934
35,431
42,227
67,791
71,752

18,564,099.00
16,926,879.00
21,785,128.00
18,563,851.00
12,466,858.00

828,139.41
841,964.05
797,547.92
752,282.55
775,686.95

183,561,084.13
1.53,452,037.15
174,799,919.92
152,771,523.55
159,678,025.35

4,151,479. S4

1905.

Jan.11..
Mar. 14..
May 29..
Aug. 25.
Nov. 9 . .

$83,069 $19,133,576.00
79,281 14,009,121.00
52,857 17,709,610.00
68,883 18,ISO,698.00
11.282,351.00
67,131

3,657,191.72
4,822,363.10
3,755,967.00
4,213,849.00
4,308,028.40

1904.

Average..

Jan. 29
Apr. 6
June IS
Sept. 4
Nov. 12
Average

72,156,104

13,902,000

56,132,400

50,227

17,661,363.00

799,124.18

164,852,698.02

1907.

4,369,212.50
4,022,570.10
3,626,009.70
3,593,373.23
14,469,972.00

87,309,000
79,380,090
90,000,520
68,286,160
68,552,300

14,000,000
14,450,000
29,690,000
25,690,000
13,300,000

51,783,000
51,555,000
48 670,000
53,975,000
33,755,000

69,854
66,061
129,291
55,544
162,313

17,806,349.00
16,409,019.00
17,909,519.00
20,810,416.00
16,691,609.00

834,285.00
825,269.59
823,912.61
810,513.91
1,043,724.77

176,171,790.59
166,708,009.69
190,849,252.31
173,221,007.14
147,974,918.77

Average..

6,016,227.51

78,705,632

19,426,000

47,947,600

96,613

17,925,382.00

867,541.19

170,984,995.70




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1906.

Jan. 26
Mar. 22
May 20
Aug. 22
Dec. 3

Silver
dollars.

4,872,882.52

Average
Jan. 22
Mar. 28
June 9
Sept. 6
Nov. 10

Gold
Treasury
certificates.

5,262,776.90

1903.

Gold coin.

4,901,190.17

Date.

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1908.

•$35,430,000
38,245,000
41,010,000
45,810,000
41,780,000

139,853,778

31,673,000

40,455,000

54,250 I 36,976,033.20

5,396,122.00
5,057,149.50
5,466,470.00
4,437,373.45
4,799,601.00

115,148,290
122,523,020
145,214,550
130,252,730
93,820,520

21,560,000
19,120,000
18,940,000
22,610,000
21,750,000

47,035,000
53,075,000
49,330,000
48,235,000
41,875,000

94,722
79,068
74,151
50,127
53,760

121,391,822

20,796,000

47,910,000

4,373,064.15
5,168,917.00
4,556,083.00
4,680,752.50
5,339,191.50

113,581,500
100,589,470
97,893,140
120,749,540
89,732,830

22,020,000
21,660,000
17,560,000
26,340,000
15,530,000

4,823,601.63

104,509,296

6,285,195.00
5,382,554.50
5,866,523.00
6,078,148.50
5,805,907.50

929,743.16

254,471,381; S6

42,371,220.00
40,307,985.00
43,292,196.00
38,241,858.00
37,086,395.00

911,902.99
1,045,769.55
977,385.99
1,047,553.52
1,019,598.96

232,517,256.99
241,207,992.05
263,294,752.90
244,874,641.97
200,404,874.86

70,366

40,259,931.00

1,000,442.20

2156,459,903.77

46,015,000
50,540,000
47,295,000
51,755,000
50,852,000

64,320
52,624
67,152
37,439
42,574

41,449,915.00
42,278,516.00
38,842,904.00
38,616,402.00
38,204,427.00

940,070. C7
938,911.32
1,156,470.94
1,048,166.26
1,104,780.02

228,443,869.22
221,228,438.32
207,370,749.94
213,227,299.76
200,805,802.52

20,622,000

49,291,400

52,822

39,878,433.00

1,037,67'

220,215,231.05

98,616,830
135,684,950
140,611,580
117,208,880
95,200,850

13,690,000
27,200,000
24,020,000
31,000,000
20,460,000

51,125,000
52,950,000
54,325,000
48,980,000
47,910,000

40,077
87,251
51,136
37.968
39lOil

41,104,195.00
45,680,683.00
50,340,912.00
43,667,050.00
44,970,539.00

1,097,558.91
1,097,734.70
1,266,131.91
1,213,123.70
1,372,297.77

211,958,855.91
268,083,173.20
276,481,282.91
•248,183,170.20
215,758,605.27

hrj

117,464,618

23,274,000

51,058,000

51,089

45,152,276.00 | 1,209,369.40

244,093,017.44

H

130,957,610
114,614,180
141,103,950
116,238,800
81,931,390

29,950,000
2S,590,000
31,180,000
23,950,000
23,350,000

58,770,000
47,213,500
43,265,000
50,920,000
53,140,000

44,128
43,498
36,214
42,504
45,315

52,379,343.00
47,559,893.00
47,910,899.00
39,297.541.00
41.285'. 065.00

1,288,773.12
1,256,969.20
1,316,593.94
1,239,115.85
1,284,550.67

278,097,488.62
252,580,034.70
269,292,343.44
236,077,418.85
206,668,227/67

fed

6,502,136.10

Average

$219,423,603.43
267,108,545.11
'255,639,185.21
277,999,243.02
252,186,332.55

4,707,634.50
13,301,994.50
4,479,686.50
4,389,458.00
5,631,907.00

1911.

$969,17S.43
911,207.61
894,233.21
858,451.52
1,015,645.05

5,883,665.70

1910.

Average..
Jan. 7..
Mar. 7..
June 7..
Sept. 1.
Bee. 5..

$23,185,000
42,740,000
29,715,000
32,365,000
30;360,000

5,631,343.19

1909.

Average..
Jan. 31..
Mar. 29..
June 30.
Sept. 1..
Nov. 10.

$129,636,150
142,311,370
137,636,880
155,177,860
134,506,600

4,530,177.90

Average..
Feb. 5...
Apr. 28..
June 23.
Sept. 1..
Nov. 16.

{
$5,099,059.00
4,354,353.50
4,36-5,354.00
4,376,853.50
4,455,269.50

Feb. 14
-- -•
May 14
July 15
Sept. 23
Nov. 27

116,969,186

27,404,000 I

50,661,700

42,332

45,886,548.00

1,277,200.55

248,143,102.65

5,654,055.50
4,345,531.50
4,332,011.24
4,399,810.50

126,375,080
106,022,650
114,855,720
126,656,750

24,930,000
22,050,000
22,050,000
22,420,000

•31,830,000
54,970.000
55,450^000
50,345,000

29,964
46,440
48,577
48,254

42,596,933.00
42,739,301.00
44,016,186.00
51,161,935.00

1,384,746.28
1,287,620.68
1,303,541.78
1,259,048.29

252,800,758.78
231,461,573.18
242,056,036.02
256,290,797.79

1912.
Feb. 20
Apr. IS
June 14
Sept. 4
Nov. 26
Average..
Feb. 4..
Apr. 4..
June 4..
Aug. 9.

1913.




$56,440 $25,050,746.00
49,6G3 3S, 497, Oil. 00
41,609 41,976,109.00
58,013 39,353,065.00
65,583
40,003,235.00

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NEW YORK CITY.
Reserve held.
Date.

Number
of banks. Net deposits.

Reserve
required,
Amount,

Feb. 5, 1909...
Apr. 28, 1909.,
June 23, 1909.
Sept, 1,1909..
Nov. iG, 1909.
Jan. 31,1910..
Mar. 29,1910..
June 30,1010..
Sept. 1, 1910..
Nov. 10, 1910.
Jan. 7,1911...
Mar. 7, 1911...
June 7,1911..
Sept. 1,1911..
Dec. 5,1911...
Feb. 20, 1912.
Apr. 18, 1912..
June 14, 1912..
Sept. 4,1912..
Nov. 26,1912.
Feb. 4,1913...
Apr. 4, 1913...
June 4, 1913..
Aug. 9? 1913..

1,155,358,770 $288,839,692 $295,517,580
37 91
1,177,570,317 294,392.579 302,437,174
38 1
1,191,954,242 297,988,560 325,077,640
38 1
1,179,387,229 294,846,807 304,609,967
38 1
993,453,980 248,363,495 253,562; 550
39
1,048,431,890 262,107,972 279,312,846
38 1
1,049,683,194 262,420,798 270,369,524
38 I
1,016,442,344 254,110,586 256.900,174
39 1
1,070,213,630 267,553,407 294,085,163
39 1
962,460,368 240,615,092 249,952,594
39
988,654,224 247,163,556 262,096,552
39
1,157,290,436 289,322,608 321,679,566
39 1
1,184,618,047 296,154,511 332,^7,096
40 1
1,150,578,574 287,644,643 305'890,087
40 1
1,061,226,627 265,306,666 268,007,875
39 1
1,243,353,761 310,838,440 336,151,916
39 1
1,162,938,541 290,734,635 306,005,875
39 1
1,213,576,064 303,394,016 323,923,068
37 1
1,162,223,929 290,555,982 288,543,006
37 1
1,053,419,097 263,354,774 260,130,200
37 1
1,185,941,849
37 1,104,604,800 296,485,462 307,067,139
1
276,151,200 282,079,046
37 1
1,093,896,154
294,995,013
36 1147,067,485 273,474,038 303,115,845
1
286,766,87k
36 1
CHICAGO.

Feb, 5,1909..
Apr. 28,1909.
June 23,1909.
Sept. 1,1909.
Nov. 16,1909
Jan. 31,1910.




$308,593,715
309,851.012
319,395,588
318,505,124
312,427,822
320,726,408

$77,148,428
77,462,753
79,848,897
79,626,281
78,106,955
80,181,602

Classification of reserve held.

Ratio to
net
deposits.

Specie.

Legal
tenders.

Due from
reserve
agents.

Redemption fund
with
Treasurer.

Per cent.
25.58 $232,517,256
25.68 241,207,992
27.27 263,294,752
25.83 244,874,641
25.52 200,404,874
26.64 228,443,869
25.76 221,228,438
25.27 207,370,749
27.48 243,227,299
25.97 200,805,302
26.51 211,958,855
27.80 268,083,173
28.04 276,481,282
26.59 248,183,170
25.25 215,758,005
27.04 278,097,488
26.31 252,580,034
26.69 269,292,343
24.83 236,077,418
24.69- 206,668,227
25.89' 252,800,758
25.5.4 231,461,673
• 26.9? 242,056,036
26.42 256,290,797

$60,423,119
58,665,252
59,186,058
57,057,516
50,400,666
48,214,867
46,660,376
47,014,815
48,425,254
46,662,987
47,700,372
51,180,138
63,334,109
65,176,337
49,630,137
55,373,623
50,906,261
52,186,295
60,080,908
61,022,243
61,842,626
48,194,118
60,461.912
44,416,733

$2,577,205
2,563,930
2,596,830
2,677,810
2,757,010
2,654, U0
2,480,710
2,514,610
2,432,610
2,483,805
2,437,325
2,416,255
2,382,305
2,530,580
2,319,133
2,680,805
2,519,580
2,444,430
2,384,680
2,439,730
2,423,755
2,423,355
2,477,065
2,408,315

$49,610,488
48,630,121
51,665,030
48,332,553
50,762,186
51,925,323

$29,891,517
31,698,791
29,792,727
28,311,402
24,295,957
24,567,357

$099,600
730,052
733,562
764,065
836,200
858,500

f.
$80,201,605
81,064,965
82,191,309
77,408,010
75,894,343
77,351,180

25.99
26.16
25.73
24.30
24.29
24.12

Mar. 29,1910.
June 30,1910
Sept. 1,1910.
Nov. 10,1910
Jan. 7,1911..
Mar. 7,1911..
June 7,1911.
Sept. 1,1911.
Dec. 5,1911..
Feb. 20,1912.
Apr. 18,1912.
June 14,1912.
Sept. 4,1912.
Nov. 26, 1912
Feb. 4,1913..
Apr. 4,1913..
June 4,1913..
Aug. 9,1913.

12
13
11
11
11
11
11
11
10
10
10
10
10
9
9
9
9
9

346,365,371
326,240,018
329,156,461
316,397,564
312,862.675
356,949; 582
368,639,276
364,084,111
341,713,231
371,603,291
393,438,398
390,264,702
370,272,201
349,854,082
371,215,011
368,604,798
363,020,439
362,634,330

86,591,342
81,560,004
82,289,115
79,099,391
78,215,668
89,237,395
91,659,819
91,021,027
85,428,307
92,900,822
98,359,599
97,566,175
92,568,050
87,463,520
92,803,752
92,151,199
90,755,109
90,658,582

80,875,268
78,168,132
82,904,437
76,067,329
76,045,578
85,667,307
94,732,345
89,764,803
84,913,270
92,268,761
97,847,590
97,730,520
89,689,964
81,301,924
93,185,549
79,116,875
88,295,948
83,197,763

23.35
53,361,304
23.96
50,642,592
25.19
47,722,993
24.04
52,747,084
24.31
52,653,294
24.00
62,463,372
25.84
65,167,563
24.65
60,987,155
24.85
58,433,011
24.83
68,124,981
24.87
64,694,658
25.04
65,911,725
24.22
61,741,840
23.24
57,460,885
25.10
64,343,151
21.46 . 52,566,667
24.32
55,424,322
22.94
53,522,300

26,687,814
26,691,790
34,310,944
22,422,245
22,494,284
22,369,335
28,807,932
28,043,798
25,750,509
23,431,330
32,430,482
31,095,345
27,230,674
23,100,089
28,102,448
25,812,008
32,144,176
28,924,263

826,150
833,750
870,500
898,000
808,000
834,600
756,850
733,850
729,750
712,450
722,450
722,450
717,450
734,950
739,950
738,200
727,450
751,200

ST. LOUIS.
Feb. 5,1909..
Apr. 28,1909.
June 23,1909.
Sept. 1,1909.
Nov. 16,1909
Jan. 31.1910.
Mar. 29,1910.
June 30,1910.
Sept. 1,1910.
Nov. 10,1910
Jan, 7,1911..
Mar. 7,1911..
June 7,1911..
Sept. 1,1911.
Dec. 5,1911..
Feb. 20,1912.
Apr. 18, 1912.
June 14 1912.
Sept. 4,1912.
Nov. 26,1912.
Feb. 4,1913..
Apr. 4,1913..
June 4,1913..
Aug. 9,1913..




9
9
9
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
9
8
S
8
8
8
8

s

8
8
7
7
7
7

$122,029,692
132,323,840
124,375,307
126,726,288
126,641,270
127,543,084
131,790,494
120,152,380
116,201,262
112,266,714
121,746,020
133,187,425
128,389,336
126,063, 981
119,747,815
126,423,795
128,699, 662
121,920, 648
115,047,874
118,393, 523
121,022,586
119, 710, 866
111,170,462
109,633,464

$30,507,423
33,080,960
31,093,826
31,681,572
31,660,317
31,885,771
32,947,623
30,038,095
29,050,315
28,066,678
30,436,505
33,296,856
32,097,334
31,515, 995
29,936, 953
31,605, 948
32,174, 915
30,480,162
28, 761,968
29,598,380
30,255,646
29,927, 716
27, 792, 615
27,408,366

$32,362,368
33,666,849
31,358,656
31,328,883
31,412,373
30,670,504
29,469,404
30,025,555
27,334,415
27,863,823
29,591,525
33,732,516
32,709,201
30,892,854
30,166, 600
32,822,378
32,007, 807
30,336,640
29,417,828
29,703,129
28,972, 741
26,296,031
26/310,462
25,-140,394

26.52
25.44
25.21
24.72
24.80
24.05
22.36
24.99
23,52
24.82
24.31
25.33
25.48
24.51
25.19
25.96
24.87
24.88
25.57
25.09
23.94
21.97
23.66
22.93

$25,836,068
27,089,023
24,951,239
25,977,306
24,332,286
23,119,656
23,459,160
23,199,696
21,560,842
23,060,345
23,899,629
27,093,394
26,238,301
23,974,480
21,543,971
24,864,660
24,055,318
21,653, 789
22,576,633
22,991,986
21,595,266
19,335,522
17,342,171
16, 666,869

$5,748,686
5,866,762
5,610,953
4,444,563
6,198,123
6,689,133
5,178,880
6,060,745
4,924,058
3,931,413
4,851,291
5,858,457
5,661,936
6,116,884
7,809,489
7,260,276
7,209,799
7,931,914
6,047,006
5,909, 599
6,646,136
6,364,370
8,199,971
7,698,425

$777,614
711,064
796,464
907,014
881,964
861,714
831,364
765,114
849,514
872,064
840, 604
780,664
818,964
801,489
813,139
697,442
742,689
750,937
794,189
801,544
731,339
596,139
768,319
775,099

to

TABLE NO. 57.—Lawful money and classification of reserve held by national banks as shown by reports for the past five years—Continued.

Classification of reserve held.

Reserve held.
Number
of banks. Net deposits.

Date.

Reserve
required.
Amount.

Feb. 5,1909..
Apr. 28,1909
June 23,1909
Sept. 1,1909
Nov. 16,1909
Jan. 31,1910
Mar. 29,1910
June 30,1910
Sept. 1,1910
Nov. 10,1910
Jan. 7,1911
Mar. 7,1911
June 7,1911
Sept. 1,1911
Dec. 5,1911
Feb. 20,1912
Apr. 18,1912
June 14,1912
Sept. 4,1912
Nov. 26,1912
Feb. 4,1913
Apr. 4,1913
June 4,1913
Aug. 9,1913

309 $1,641,841,582
516 1,656,359,435
318 1,681,867,203
321 1,718,828,537
323 1,675,937,837
323 1,686,464,512
327 1,768,423,799
325 1,724, 047,181
322 1,714,597,237
321 1,706,073,162
321 1, 718,646,443
324 1,820,898,538
322 1,849,526,744
323 1,850,164,532
322 1,853,191,204
324 1,917,015,154
321 1,918,821,404
320 1,933, 781,258
316 1,960,528,227
315 1,927,292,934
315 1,977,719,531
315 1,97,4,259,154
315 1,945,874,457
315 1,881,647,300

'

$403,710,395 $438,273,964
414,089,858 446,507,973
420,466,800 442,015,251
429,707,134 440,844,074
418,984,459 428,340,815
421,616,128 430,491,646
442,105,949 446,901,810
431,011,795 436,113,177
428,649,309 434,004,841
426,518,290 432,633,340
429,661,610 443,601,978
455,224,588 464,220,842
462,381,686 481,364,283
462,541,133 471,051,269
463,297,801 469,518,426
479,253,7S8 490,613,475
479,705,351 491,420,608
483,445,314 492,792,873
490,132,056 488,572,440
481,823,233 471,759,700
494,429,882 496,227,297
493,564,788 488,611,167
486,468,614 483,183,605
470,411,825 475,447,358

Ratio to
net
deposits.

Specie.

Per cent.
27.14 $190,207,073
26.96 193,071,930
26.28 188,087,336
25.65 181,806,277
25.56 182,237,302
25.53 182,945,264
25.27 188,174,676
25.30 184,818,786
25.31 184,353,831
25.36 187,709,345
25.81 196,039,812
25.49 196,419,191
26.03 206,392, 700
25.46 197,459,412
25.34 196,257,693
25.59 210,260,321
25.61 210,945,791
25.48 209,152,722
24.92 200,406,434
24.48 195,935,309
25.09 207,698,302
24.75 205,041,776
24.83 202,072,701
25.27 203,419,045

Legal
tenders.

Due from
reserve
agents.

$43,471,551 $197,576,370
43,749,339 202,381,037
41,297,816 205,272, 659
43,551,074 207,976, 807
39,618,828 JOS,933,000
37,836,847 200,080,289
37,872,413 213,200, 768
39,988, 763 203,483,569
37,264,891 204,576,-539
38,971, 733 198,124,177
36,764, 759 202,900,429
37,589,689 222,358,143
40,024,665 226,971, 682
41,018,185 224,424,517
41,241,626 223,975,429
39,867,939 232,364,303
40,197,344 232,162,448
41.337,649 234,198,075
13,122,603 236,849,081
30,632,588 227,879,660
39,146,202 241,120,583
37,509,667 237,952,319
40,221,479 232,799,679
37,527,960 226,327,208

Redemption fund
with
Treasurer.
$7,018,070
7,305,667
7,357,439
7,509,914
7,551,684
7,629,244
7,653,952
7,822,058
7,809,579
7,828,085
7,896,977
7,853,818
7,975,234
8,149,154
8,043,677
8,120,912
8,115,024
8,104,427
8,194,322
8,312,142
8,262,209
8,107,401
8,089,744
8,173,144

COUNTRY BANKS.
Feb. 5,1909
Apr. 28,1909
June 23,1909
Sept. 1,1909
Nov. 16, 1909
Jan. 31,1910




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6,518 $2,697,656,766 $404,648,514
6,516 2,742,061,673 411,309,251
2,756,916,819 413,537,522
6,547
6,595 2,821,230, 761 423,184,614
6,621 2,937,963,748 440,694,562
6,661 2,980/037,269 447,005,590

$472,759,837
483,324,628
478,107,894
481,899,218
499,314,841
505,701,423

OQ

o

OTHER RESERVE CITIES.

17.52
17.63
17.34
17.08
17.00
16.97

$166,411,439
169,653,730
166,142,651
165,407,118
171,098,008
174,244,602

$55,998,783
58,918,066
55,887,207
54,329,405
55,512,502
55,091,949

$231 437,062 $18,912,552
234 734, 665 20,018,166
236,060, 270 20,017,765
241 532, 877 20,629,818
251 985,346 20,718,983
255 874. 959 20,489,913

Mar. 29,1910..
June 30,1910..
Sept. 1,1910...
Nov. 10,1910..
Jan. 7,1911...
Mar. 7,1911....
June 7,1911....
Sept. 1,1911..
Dec. 5, 1911...
Feb. 20,1912..
Apr. IS, 1912..
June 14,1912..
Sept. 14,1912.
Nov. 26,1912..
Feb. 4,1913...
Apr. 4,1913...
June 4,1913...
Aug. 9,1913...

6,695
6,758
6,791
6,823
6,838
6,834
6,896
6,919
6,949
6,908
6,977
6,997
7,026
7,051
7,057
7,072
7,106
7,121

3,023,756,638
3,009,274,562
3,017,098,243
3,108, 796,924
3,125,960,714
3,150, 156,937
3,159,845,396
3,193,968,427
3,294,925,732
3,372,245,995
3,393,346,597
3,390,592', 319
3,485,264,301
3,585,884,760 j
3,621,642,054 I
3,651,843,139
3,610,672,858
3,595,707,487

453,563,496
451,391,184
452,564,736
466,319,538
468,894,107
472,523,540
473,976,809
479,095,264
494,238,859
505,836,899
509,001.989
508,588,847
522,789,645
537,882,714
543,246,308
547,776,470
541,600,928
539,356,123

512,834
513,779;
509,384,
528,094,
529,842,
528,909,
537,137,
530,469,
551,794!
565,658;
563,070,
560,367!
571,516:
588,380:
595,918:
599,694;
600,081,
583,585,

16.96
17.07
16,88
16.99
16.95
16.79
17.00
16.61
16.75
16.4S
16.59
16.53
16.40
16.41
10.45
16.42
16.62
16.23

j
I
I
I
I

175,576,192
178,312,030
175,761,578
181,823,873
183,319,670
181;702,817
186,831,659
.180,918,126
189,556,333
187,681,724
191,592,666
190,752,10S
192,658. 273
199,264; 312
203,294,370
204,500,859
207,179,395
198,368,444

56,696,332 ;
56,672,925 1
54,133,344 !
57,935.831 !
56,585,390 j
55,277,059
57,400,960
53,597,858
56,812,820
55, 535,053
57,076,806
55,888,004
56,009,303
57,107,497
57,947,971
57,497,173
58,880,475
52,334,536

259.869,516
257,746,914
258,330,901
266,977,006
268,300,903
270,791,135
271,195,130
273,794,066
283,128,210
200,067,243
291,857,814
291,261,805
299,911,352 ;
308,810,883 !
311,845,052
314,541,608
310,689,129
309,393; 872

20,692,775
21,048,110
21,159,004
21,357,527
21,546,697
21,138,298
21,709,697
22,159.249
22,297,406
22,374,283
22,543,277
22,465,934
22,937,391
23,197,907
22,831,466
23,154,911
23,332,306
23,489,064

SUMMARY.
Feb. 5,1909
Apr. 28,1909
June 23,1909
Sept. 1,1909.
Nov. 16,1909
Jan. 31,1910
Mar. 29,1910
June 30,1910
Sept, 1,1910
Nov. 10, 1910
Jan. 7, 1911
Mar. 7,1911
June 7,1911
Sept. 1, 1911
Dec. 5,1911
Feb. 20, 1912
Apr. 18, 1912
June 14, 1912
Sept. 4,1912
Nov. 26,1912
Feb. 4, 1913
Apr. 4,1913
June 4, 1913
Aug. 9, 1913

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6,887 ,"$5, , 480,527 $1,204,854,455 j$1.319,115,357
6,893 6,018, 166,279 1,230,335,402 1,347,001,591
6,926 6,074, 509,161 1,242,935,608 jl, 358,750,753
6,977 6,164, 677,941 1,259,046,409 1,336,090,154
7,006 6,046, 424,659 1,217,809; 789 1,288,524,924
7,045 6,163, 203,165 1,242,797,064 1,323,527,599
7,082 6,320, 019,497 1,277,629,210 11,340,450,822
7,145 6,196, 156,487 1,248, 111', 665 11,314,987,018
7,173 6,247, 266,834 1,260,106,884 11,347,713,686
7,204 6,205, 994,773 1,240,618,990 !l, 314,611,326
7,218 6,267, 870,077 1,254,371,448 jl, 341,178,295
7,216 6,618, 482,968 1,339,605,048 1,434,209,543
7,277 6,689, 018,801 1,356,270,160 11,478,140,975
7,301 6,684, 859,627 1,351,818,064 |l,428,068,314
7,328 6,670, 804,612 1,338,208,579 jl,404,400,973
7,339 7,030, 641,998 1,420,435,900 11,507,514,837
7,355 6,997, 244,603 1,409,976,491 !l, 490,352,447
7,372 7,050, 134,993 1,423,474,516 !l,505,150,954
7,093, 336,535 1,424,807,703 11,467,739,561
7,397
7,034, 844,399 1,400,122,623 11,431,275,555
7,420
7,425 7,277, 541,033 1,457,221,052 !l, 521,371,588
7,219, 022,759 1,439,571,375 !1,475,797,673
7, 140
7,124, 634,372 1,420,091,307 !1,492,866,335
7,473
7,488 7,096, 690,068 1,414,601,768 1,470,487,279

$664,583,226 $195,533,656 $429,013,432 $29,98-5,012
679,658,798
198,898,210 437,115,702 31,328,880
694,141,010
191,774,761 441,332,929 31,502,052
666,397,897 187,693,960 449,509,680 32,488,612
628,834,658 176,026,076 450,918,347 32,745,842
660,678,716
172,400,153 457,955,248 32,493,481
661,799,771 173,095,815 473,070,284 32,484,951
644,343,854
176,429,038 461,230,483 32,983,643
672,626,546 179,058,491 462,907,440 33,121,208
646,146,451 169,924,209 465,101,183 33,439,482
667,871,263 168,396,096 471,291,332 33,619,603
735,; 761,949
172,274,678 493,149,279 33,023,636
761,111,507 185,219,602 498,166,813 33,643,051
711,522,344
183,953,062 498,218,584 34,374,323
681,549,615 181,244,581 507,103,670 34,503,106
769,029,177 181,468,221 522,431,546 34,585,892
743,868,470
187,820,692 524,020,262 34,643,021
756,762,688 188,440,207 525,459,880 34,488,175
713,460,600 182,490,494 538,760,433 35,028,032
682,320,721 176,778,016 536,690,544 35,486,273
749,731,848 183,685,383 552,965,636 34,988,720
712,906,399
175,377,336 552,493,927 35,020,010
724,074,627
189,908,013 543,488,809 35,394,885
728,267, 457 170,901,917 535,721,081 35,596,823
l>0
00

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRE2>CY.
TABLE NO. 58.—Lawful money reserve of the national banks
NOVEMBER 26, 1912.
Cash on hand, due from
reserve agents, and in
the redemption fund.
Cities, States, and Territories.

Net deposits
subject to
reserve requirements.
Amount.

Per
cent.

$1,053,419,097.26
349,854,082.35
118,393,523. 86

$260,130,200.67
81,301,924.75
29, 703,129.92

24.69
23.24
25.09

1,521,666,703. 47

371,135,255. 34

24.39

CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES.

New York City..
Chicago
St. Louis
Total, central reserve cities.
OTHER RESERVE CITIES.

Boston
Albany
Brooklyn
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Baltimore
Washington
Savannah
New Orleans
Dallas
Fort Worth
Galveston
Houston
San Antonio
Waco
Louisville
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Indianapolis
Detroit
Milwaukee
Minneapolis
St. Paul
Cedar Rapids
Des Moines
Dubuque
Sioux City
Kansas City, Mo
St. Joseph
Lincoln
Omaha
South Omaha
Kansas City, Kans
Topeka
Wichita
Denver
Pueblo
Muskogee
Oklahoma City
Seattle
Spokane
Tacoma
Portland
Los Angeles
San Francisco
Salt Lake City

223, 467, 755.95
39, 319,837.33
23, 168,451.94
271, 148,066.31
189, 767,016.66
64, 130, 764.28
26, 423, 478.39
1, 765,305.86
28, 064,898. 76
25, 146, 426. 79
18, 030, 718.97
6, 486,694. 44
37, 993,284.37
11, 971, 474. 65
7, 453, 562.24
27, 131,491. 45
58, 285,821.29
64, 172,352.08
21, 805, 877.29
31, 775, 935.63
41, 308,057.26
50, 560,049.56
65, 139, 385.57
37, 042,024.69
8,985, 573.89
13, 700,825.10
3,245, 605. 40
11, 778,111.16
82, 858, 639.17
13,209, 320. 79
6, 486,092. 54
40, 196, 351. 71
8,266, 638. 35
5,018. 769. 35
3,210, 557. 74
6,092,675. 44
072,130.84
983,826. 39
833,824. 87
120,016. 55
33 449,809. 39
19 109,124. 37
7,229, 471.82
25, 972,539. 34
57. 854,575.25
122 326,195. 85
16. 733,527.79

59,423, 884.02
11,317, 002.98
5,807, 747.82
73,138, 241.37
45,656, 113.81
16,583, 513.45
5,965, 712. 73
460, 668.03
7,073, 363.02
7,064, 429.97
6,177. 645.71
1,952, 073. 45
10,346, 046. 62
4,190, 337. 72
2,352, 651.02
7,132, 298.43
14,949. 934.93
17,029, 419. 44
5,196, 618. 98
7,644, 399. 77
9,344, 356.21
13,209, 470.22
16,316, 817.62
9,938, 100.48
2,091, 347.20
3,131, 484. 55
998, 476. 71
2,818, 746.65
22,898, 086. 90
3, 764, 479.11
1,376, 807. 46
9, 727, 833.71
1,866. 218. 64
1,212, 566.10
921, 734.01
1,934, 395. 47
14, 483,
2,829, 380.81
1,398, 629.38
2,041, 638.33
7,931, 005.46
4, 646, 071.99
2,023, 297.82
7,120, 223.59
14,756, 028.16
29,200, 452.69
4,700, 658.11

26.59
28.78
25.00
26.97
24.05
25.86
22.58
26.11
25.20
28.09
34.26
30.09
27.23
35.00
31.56
26.28
25.65
26.54
23.83
24.06
22.62
26.12
25.05
26.83
23.27
22.86
30.76
23.93
27.64
28.50
21.23
24.21
22.58
24.16
28.71
31.75
30.13
31.49
28.93
25.14
23.71
24.31
27.98
27.42
25. 51
23.87
28.09

Total, other reserve cities.

1,927,292,934.86

502,144.098.97 26.05

Total, all reserve cities

3,448,959,638.33

873,279.354.31 25.32

STATES, ETC.

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

46,863,695.90
23,164,800.41
20,048,593.54
143,118,976.21
34,014,409.23
70,468,512.99

8,865,073.22
5,459,003.64
4,185,165.10
30,090,482.91
6,473,336.27
18,309,648.07

18.92
23.56
20.88
21.03
19.03
25.98

Total, New England States.



337,678,988.28

73,382,709.21

21.73

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283

at date of each report during year ended August 9, 1913.
NOVEMBER 26, 1912.
Reserve required, and the amount and per cent heldL
Held.
Required.
Specie.

Legal
tenders.

Available with
reserve agents,
Redemption not exceeding Total amount.
50 per cent of
fund.
net reserve
required.

$263,354,774.32 $206,668,227.67 $51,022,243 $2,439, 730. 00
734,950.00
87,463,520.59 57,460,885. 75 23,106,089
5,909,599
801,544.50
29,598,380,96 22,991,986.42
380,416,675.87

287,121,099.84

55,866,938.99
9,829,959.33
5,792,112.99
67,787,016.58
47,441,754.16
16,032,691.07
6,605,869.60
441,326.46
7,016,224.69
6,286,606.70
4,507,679.74
1,621,673.61
9,498,321.09
2,992,868.66
1,863,390.56
6,782,872.86
14,571,455.32
16,043,088.02
5,451,469.32
7,943,983.91
10,327,014.32
12,640,012.39
16,284,846.39
• 9,260,506.17
2,246,393.47
3,425,206.27
811,401.35
2,944,527.79
20,714,659.79
3,302,330.20
1,621,523.14
10,049,087.93
2,066,659.59
1,254,692.34
802,639.43
1,523,168,86
12,018,032.71
2,245,956.60
1,208,456.22
2,030,004.14
8,362,452.35
4,777,281.09
1,807,367.95
6,493,134.84
14,463,643.81
30^581,548,96
; 4,183,331.95

23,312,442.90
2,648,325.15
2,758,329.50
30,066,606.83
18,131,572.55
5,822,690.90
2,349,955.10
177,805.50
3,088,155.15
2,301,973.95
887,431.80
1,020,623.80
2,957,599.75
1,680,837.15
663,488.10
2,060,850.30
5,947,379.90
6,642,315.75
2,055,668.15
2,922,318.30
3,077,906.00
4,108,988.95
5,995,082.35
3,133,836.75
703,354.30
1,222,313.00
283,854.01
1,151,273.02
7,243,295.05
1,210,953.15
604,807.25
3,804,308.65
786,783.05
563,227.15
367,8.70.70
557,457.95
5,482,732.40
967,179.15
431,763.90
831,229.30
4,183,191.35
2,637,893.95
1,084,127.70
4,562,459.65
8,098,580.72
13,326,939.30
2,017,530.50

80,037,931

$260,130,200. 67 24.69
81,301,924.75 23.24
29,703,129.92 25. 09
371,135,255.34

3,976,224.50

391,050.00 $27,737,944.49
5,018,540
1,898,035
105,000.00
4,862,479.66
839,529
51,850.00
2,138,039.32
4,224,628
790,600.00 33,498,208.28
5,156,730
853,697.50
21,514,113.76
471,430
389,850.00
7,821,420.53
416,948
280,250.00
2,918,559.63
7,900
40,000.00
200,663.23
332,899
166,000.00
3,425,112.34
406,530
126,700.00
3,079,953.34
641,335
104,100.00
2,201,789.87
128,980
20,250.00
782,219.65
816,654
215,000.00
4.641,660.54
290,095
99,650.00
1,446,609.33
136,500
75,000.00
894,195.28
661,725
242,750.00
3,270,061.43
1,129,065
371,825.00
7,099,815.16
2,152,370
291,925.00
7,875,581.51
621,336
112,650.00
2,406,964.83
1,223,415
270,852.00
3,227,814.47
1,797,364
107,650.00
4,361,436.21
1,035,130
205,850.00
6,217,081.19
1,867,043
99,750.00
8,092,548.19
1,111,479
104,650.00
4,577,928.08
254,535
19,200.00
1,113,596.73
324,585
66,950.00
1,517,636.55
144,487
30,000.00
390,700.67
397,865
43,750.00
1,225,858.63
1,048,656
227,550.00
10,243,554.89
249,350
48,497.50
1,626,916.34
201,833
46,525.00
523,642.21
1,174,904
133,372.50
4,615,248.56
217,741
34,000.00
827,694.59
35,990
18,550.00
594,798 95
65,010
15,000.00
393,819.71
60,560
11,847.50
755,660.68
1,679,415
163,050.00
5,927,491.35
77,695
24,000.00
1,110.978.29
97,275
32,500.00
587; 978.10
114,200
32,500.00
998,752.06
214,740
79,450.00
3,453,624.11
49,485
140,000.00
1,818,693.04
14,912
25,000.00
891,183.97
11,230
140,000.00
2,406,533.94
503,293
258,500.00
5,895,654.44
146,512 1,097,500.00 14,629,501.39
162,655
107,500.00
2,037,940.97
39,632,588

Per
cent.

24.39

56,459,977.39
9,513,839. 81
5,787, 747.82
68,580,043.11
45.656,113.81
14; 505,391.43
5,965,712.73
426,368.73
7,012,166.49
5,915,157.29
3,834,656.67
1,952,073.45
8,630,914.29
3,517,191.48
1,769,183.38
6,235,386.73
14,548,085.06
16,962,192.26
5,196,618.98
7,644,399.77
9,344,356.21
11,567,050.14
16,054,423.54
8,927,893.83
2,090,686.03
3,131,484.55
849,041.68
2,818,746.65
18,763,055.94
3,135,716.99
1,376,807.46
9,727,833.71
1,866,218.64
1,212,566.10
841,700.41
1,385,526.13
13,252,688.75
2,179,852.44
1,149,517.00
1,976,681.36
7,931,005.46
4,646,071.99
2,015,223.67
7,120,223.59
14,756,028.16
29,200,452.69
4,325,626.47

25.27
24.20
25.00
25.29
24.05
22.62
22.58
24.15
24.98
23.52
21.27
30.09
22.72
29.38
23.73
22.98
24.96
26.43
23.83
24.06
22.62
22.88
24,64
24.10
23.27
22.86
26.16
23.93
22.64
23.74
21.23
24.21
22. 58
24.16
26.22
22.74
27.57
24.27
23.78
24.34
23.71
24.31
27.87
27.42
25. 51
23.87
25.85

481,823,233.71

:

195,935,309.78

8,312,142.00

227,879,660.49

471,759,700.27

483,056,409.62 119,670,519 12,288,366.50

227,879,660.49

842,894,955.61

24.44

7,451,558.05
3,795,820.00
3,300,479.83
23,418,521.27
5,349,070.78
12,258,437.73

15.90
16.39
16.46
16.36
15.73
17.40

55,573,887. 66 16.46

4
5
6
7
8
9
1G
11
12
15
14
15
lb
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
20
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
3v
37
35
3S
4C
41
42
43
4A
45
46
47
4*49
50

24.48

862,239,909.58

;

1
2

7,029,554.39
3,474,720.06
3,007,289.03
21,467.846.43
5,102; 161.38
10; 570,276.95

2,611,305.53
1,155,121.97
988,677. 42
6,445,818.42
1,552,376.95
4,117,626.57

503,933
457,396
416,899
3,688,105
639,567
1,539,738

296,467.24
246,175.00
226,325.00
1,009,725.00
239,575.00
647,267.50

Not exceeding
60 per cent.
4,039,852.28
1,937,127.03
1,668,578.41
12,274,872.85
2,917,551.83
5,953,805.66

50,651,848.24

16,870,926.86

7,245.638

2,665,534.74

28,791,788.06




51
52
53
54
55

56

284

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURREKCY.
TABLE NO. 58.—Lawful money reserve of the national banks at date
NOVEMBER 26, 1912—Continued.
Cash on hand, due from
reserve agents, and in
the redemption fund.
Net deposits
subject to
reserve requirements.

Cities, States, and Territories.

Amount.

Per
cent.

STATES, ETC.—continued.

$368,690,446.85
199,286,021.03
455,642,655.49
8,905,482.81
39,938,104.04
960,075.71

210,354,195.59

19.60

18,065, 368.08
11,017, 286.98
5,602, 246.47
3,519, 041.27
9,491, 389.97
6,158, 580.00
9,756, 607.81
.3,370, 335.41
4,461, 246.66
52,323, 488.99
5,153, 785.42
9,085, 863.06
12,119, 251.24

18.40
21.30
15.97
17.06
20.85
19.52
24.15
24.38
23.33
35.71
25.43
21.82
19.15

627,744,016.15

150,124, 491.36

23.91

195,378,890.28
125,679,924.98
209,404,593.31
90,379,421.00
91,038,642.86
107,585,103.67
114,517,563.54
31,408,333.16

39,720> 928.00
30,013, 908.76
45,156, 879.63
16,925, 111.06
18,845, 694.93
23,083, 656.13
23,942, 375.16
8,574, 242.07

20.33
23.88
21.56
18.73
20.70
21.46
20". 91
27.30

965,392,472.80

206,262,795.74

21.37

35,416,911.04
31,761,001.36
55,264,483.75
60,809,542.61
36,759,404.16
14,535,619.06
40,889,977.19
14,918,724.50
52,456,585.91

8,977,406.55
7,661,259.03
11,770,014.34
18,092,804.94
12,719,437.24
4,909,049.62
13,928,570.25
4,843,426.79
17,896,302.35

25.35
24.12
21.30
29.75
34.60
33.77
34.01
32.47
34.12

342,812,249.58

100,798,271.11

29.40

29,957,058.30
28,419,049.50
133,162,959.27
19,589,669.45
9,172,328.20
6,577,682.38
8,191,394.24
1,302,790.29

Total, K ast em S1 a t es.

$71,386,037.18
36,519,789.32
93,352,343.02
1,689,273.94
7,171,688.02
235,064.11

1,073,422,785.93

New York
New Jersey...
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia

8,383,720.32
8,436,288.82
35,213,948.86
5,265,511.07
2,316,029.22
2,185,267,87
2,947,174.91
843,186.73

29.69
26.44
26.88
25.25
33.22
35.98
64.72

65,591,127.80

27.75

98,174,'
51,729,'
35,0.83,!
20,631,;
45,532,'
31,550,1
40,395,'
13,825,!
19,122, i
146,521,'
20,266,'
41,622,1
63,287/

Virginia
West Virginia..
North Carolina.
South Carolina.
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee
Total, Southern States.
Ohio
Indiana—
Illinois....
Michigan..
Wisconsin.
Minnesota.
Iowa
Missouri...
Total, Middle States.
North Dakota.
South Dakota.
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico...
Oklahoma
Total, Western States.
Washington.
Oregon
California....
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
Arizona
Alaska
Total, Pacific States

|

236,372,921.63

Island possessions, Hawaii

I

% 461,326.50

Total, States, etc
Total, United States




19.36
18.33
20.49
18.96
17.96
24.48

12,871.63. 39.93

| 3,585,884,760.87

807,496,462.44

22.52

7,034,844,399.20

1,680,775,816.75

23.89

285

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
of each report during year ended August 9, 191S—Continued.
N O V E M B E R 26, 1912—Continued.
Reserve required, and the amount and j>er cent helc
Held.
Available with
Required.
Specie.

Legal

tenders.

Redemption
fund.

reserve agents,
not exceeding
60 percent of
net reserve
required.

Per

Total amount.

cent.

$32,083,095.91
17,410,256.29
39,333,535.75
763,521.25
3,463,085.16
78,906.81

$58,223,774.37
31,448,364.85
74,641,593.69
1,461,416.05
6,098,508.72
188,795.31

15.79
15.78
16.38
16.41
15.27
19.66

$55,303,567.03- $18,077,604.96
29,892,903.15
9,048,074.23
68,346,398.32
24,414,493.54
1,335,822.42
452,258.80
1,817,734.56
5,990,715.61
144,011.36
72,048.50

$6,231,333 $1,831,740.50
4,114,225
875,809.33
8,103,059 2,790,505.40
182,349
63,287.00
598,782
218,907.00
25,340
12,500.00

161,013,417.89

53,882,214.59

19,255,088

5,792,749.23

93,132,401.17

172,062,452.99

16.03

14,726,235.45
7,759,418.21
5,262,490.58
3,094,702.78
6,829,869.9$
4,732,580.29
6,059,318.84
2,073,805.04
2,868,378.89
21,978,289.43
3,040,017.57
6,243,382.51
9,493,112.85

4,611,895.94
2,857,242.94
1,529,568.03
781,583.75
2,227,229.82
1,806,004.71
2,920,625.55
. 827,449.53
1,034,334.05
8,626,190.49
1,171,549.10
2,533,396.65
3,332,785.15

1,888,516
849,045
672,960
493,099
987,563
686,215
389,637
173,169
111,150
2,312,417
429,735
559,330
1,510,057

683,862.50
412,884.00
321,868.00
236,537.50
503,327.50
267,319.50
411,392.50
139,248.80
133,562.50
1,091,091.50
144,850.50
496,657.50
500,873. 70

8,425,423.77
4,407,920,52
2,964,373.54
1,714,899.16
3,795,925.49
2,679,156.47
3,388,755.80
1,160,733.74
1,640,889.83
12,532,318.75
1,737,100.24
3,448,035.00
5,395,343.48

15,609,698.21
8,527,092.46
5,488,769.57
3,226,119.41
7,514,045.81
5,438,695.68
7,110,410.85
2,300,601.07
2,919,936.38
24,562,017.74
3,483,234.84
7,037,419.15
10,739,059.33

15. 90
16.48
15.64
15.64
16.50
17.24
17.61
16.65
15.26
16.76
17.19
16. 90
16.97

94,161,602.42

34,259,855.71

11,062,893

5,343,476.00

53,290